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A mean man always attributes th
good deeds of other to el9ihnM.
KMinrrr. rrrlir lt-itan.i triwiw-.
SoJ la ls. HUM, HI An BL, I'bUadtlpM, !'
A happy home n vrnli n courtship
that Iihs never ended
vJ lcldriGSS LjOlTniGS '
W"" better understand of tho I
VV transient nnturo of the many phys-
leal Ills, which vanish before proper of-'
rightly directed. There is comfort In
tho knowledge, that no many forms of
sickness are not duo to any actual dis
ease, but simply to n constipated condi
tion of tho system, which tho pleasant
family laxative. Syrup of rigs, prompt
ly remove. That is why it In tho only
remedy with milllonsof families, nnd Is
everywhere esteemed m highly by all
who value good health. lUt bencllclnl
effects are duo to tho fuct, that His the
ono remedy which promotes Internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs nn which It acts. It Is therefore
nil Important, In order to got Hh bono
fiolnl effects, to nolo when you pur
chase, that you hava tho gcnulno arti
cle, which Is manufactured by tho Cali
fornia I'lg Hyrtip Co. only and Mild by
all ronu table druiralittft.
IVI Ml n -" ' V II VI fc ll VlinUII ll'IIUI VI?
If Ituthtvcnjcyment of good honlth,
and the svntcm Is re;rular, laxatives or !
other l-eiwdtca arc thin not needed. If ,
anilctcd villi nny nctiinl dlscinte, ono ,
may be commended t the most Milllful
physicians, but if in need of n Incentive, I
ono should huvo tho best, und with th !
welMnformed everywhere. Hymp of
Flg stands hlghct rind is mot largely '
csen andnlves most general satUfnuMon. I
WILL KEEP YOU DRY.
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Maldtltl Polwn It l.i the Atr, Carth and
Waler-Dr. Ilirinun'i New Bwk.
Malaria I nn endemlo disease) Hint
1 to My, mnlarla Is n poison that in
fests certain localities. This potion
germinates In the ground and finds Iti
way into the nlr wo breathe, the witter
wo drink, ami the food wn cat. 'film
are two kinds of tunlarial poWon tho
nnitp and tho clionlo. 'Did nouto ma
Iarinl poison li more common to new
localities where the ground has not
beau thoroughly tilled, 'litis kind pro
dure tho rogular old-fashioned chills
and fever, or fever ami njfiie. The
poison of ohronlu malaria Is common
to older sections and Is mora or lot
provnlent In all parts of tho Unite!
States. It oooti r In late summer and
inn. i iirumu iiiuiui iinua in graniui
numbor ' victims after a hot summor.
J,1'0 ant "ro. ' tl1,f "Um'
mor w, undoubtedly bo followed by o
groat doal of chronlo malaria. This
Kilton does not produco dlstlnut chills
or fever llko tho aotito varloty, but
makes Its victims horribly miserable
In many Indescribable ways. One will
Imvo nasty cold sweats, followed by
llaithos of heat, aehlng bono, creeping
rigors, and great Irritability. Furred
tongue, foul breath, Irregular appetite,
stuggUh feelings, constipation, dlzsy
head -all these, In wholo or in part,
mark the presence of uhronlo malaria.
The only natural remedy In oxlst
onee for ohronlu malaria Is l'e-ru-na.
It erndlentos the malarial jmlfon from
the system, und, at the sumo tlmo.
stimulates the deranged functions of
the body. Digestion is corrected,
nerves restored, feelings revived, and
health returns. Tho Pe-iii-tii Drug
Manufacturing Company, Columbus,
Ohio. Is sending free to any add row
Dr. Ifurtmnii's lutest book on tuulurla.
When Wllltum Junes of Newark, N.
J., went swimming the other day he
took his small dog along to watch his
clothe. While bathing Jones was
suddenly ndzod with ertimjw und
drownud. Tending tho recovery of tho
body the faithful dog kept close guard
rn the clothing, und then followed his
tluad muster to the morgue.
4hutrrr of TouiU.
Toads In such numbers enmo with a
shower at Tojioka, Kns., lutoly thut it
fri'lght train in charge o' Knglneor
I Charles llatos was unulile to mako u
I grade Just wost of tho elty, nt had to
! burl; to u siding until a dou'it-lxnind
IKiBneiigor train had cleared the track.
WOULD PAY HIS FARE.
A Mutt llrninrUithlii k In ISuruini.
Irrnt In Nrir Vurk Clly.
1 He snt In a Sixth nvonco elovntod
, rallreud enr and twlrlod a A-cont
piece expectantly. At length h
turned to u New York Tribune repor
ter, who happened to be silting near
him, and stildi "What's the fare on
this roadr" l'lvo conts." "Don't
they collont Itr -Certninly noL
You buy a ticket nt tho station wliaro
you gat on anil put it in tho box on
tho platform." "That's strange,"
said tho man with the unused nlokoL
Somehow l'vo slipped In without
paying. You ice." ho nddoa confi
dentially. "I'm from California, and
wo don't rldo around In this sort of
thing out there, (luois I can put in a
ticket when I get off. can't IP"
Well" said tho reporter, "tho ole
vntoU road crowds and hustles us so
that somo Xow Yorkers wouldn't
hesltnte to boat the road If it
wero In such nn unintentional manner
as you huve done it" "1 think 1 had
better pay," said the Cnlifornlan
doeldodly. And at Fourteenth strcot
he loft tho trtttn and said to tho ticket
choppers "Somehow or other I have
ridden up hero from Chambers street
without paying anything. bavcu a
nlcKle, did yer?" "I want to pay
now." ' Hoy?" "I say I want to pay
for my ride." "Don't llvo In New
York, do yon?" "Xo." -Didn't
como from Jersey or llroolilyn. did
yer" "No," "Where did you como
fromf"1 'California." ConvontlonF"
Yes." "WelL you go round to
thht window," gasped tho chopper,
plank down 6 cents for n tlckot, and
came back ana put It In this box.
Then lei me look at yer. I've chopped
ttckots goln' on three yoars. but 1
never seed a man llko you before."
Leave your troubles, at tho oflloe and
sunshine will gladden your homo.
Did you ever know a man to own a
horse with bad quuIUImP
ik jhi iura sfSM,oeo U prsiU.
a imsTitucTiVK ram
eluvsn rmsMON Ana killbd
BY PALLING WALLS,
4n Opera lion Took I'lrn nml th l'lre
mm In Trying te Sure Ilie ttiiliillnsr 'let
leth-t,Ut r ttra llruTt nail Injured
Detroit, Mloh., Bept. 7. A
from Denton Harbor says: A
holocaust, with tho greatest toss of life
that has ever occurred In this part of
tho state, occurred Saturday night
when Myers' opera house took fire, and
In the fight to savo tho building and
other blocks adjoining cloven drome ,
ono a volunteer, met their fate at ono
tell swoop, tho death bolng Instanta
Icous with flvo of them, six living only
a few hours In awful agony, whllo sev
eral others met with sovero brslsos
During tho evening the play, "A Fac
tory Qlrl," had been given by loonl
talent and had closed but half an hour
before lira was discovered, when tho
building was filled fromo basement to
tho fourth story with n suffocating
smoko which burst Into n sheet of
names through tho cntlro nudlenco
room, nlmost Instantly before tho flro
department could respond with it singlo
stream of water, there holng some con
fusion nt tho outset, owIdk to hook and
laddor facilities bolng short, although
tho local flro companies had Hint day
closed a two days' tournnmcnt exhibit
ing much skill In quick work.
St. Joseph was called on for assist-
anco nt tho outset, thoy npproaohlug
tho building through an alloy, unload
Ing ladders In the roar of tho building
nnd while hoisting them tho upper
wnlls felt over without a second's warn
Ing, covering tho men, which was wit
ncsscd by hundreds of spectators. The
following wore killed:
Frank Wntsnn. of Bt. Joseph, lege
brokon, skull crushed; leavea wifo,
John Hoffman, Ilontou Harbor,
crushed Into unrecugnlxnbls mnaa;
caven wife and flvo children.
Thomas Kltld, llenton Harbor, tin
married: killed by llvo wires.
Frank Woodloy. llenton Harbor. klll-
ed by llvo electric wires: leave? wife
and thrco chlldron,
Rd II. Gnngo, St. Joseph, dairyman
head crushed, legs broken.
Scott Itlce. boil boy nt tho Denton
hotel, skull fractured.
Wm. Mltton. both logs fractured, In
ternal Injuries: lived two hours.
Louis Hoffman. Ilontou Harbor, bond
smnshed. thlch crushed, widower;
leaves two smnll children.
Arthur C. Hill. St. Joseph, foromnn
St Joseph Hoso company. Ij?h broken
torrlbly burned; lived an hour.
Frank Seavor. St. Joseph, log
broken, badly cut and burned; lived
rtobort h. Itofc. St. Josoph. com
pound fructuro of tjio left log, Internal
Injurloe; lived ono hour.
Tho Injured are: John A. Crawford,
ox-chief Ilonton Harbor flro depart
ment; ovorcomo by hoot nnd smoke.
Will Fround, St. Josoph, cut about
Frank Pogctt. Bt. Joseph, leg broken.
Policeman Johnson narrowly oernped
as falling bricks toro his cont off. whllo
another was protected by n tclophono
pole. The work of removing tho debris
wna commenced nt once, nnd thnso
pinned In were romoved In a fow min
utes, except C. A. IIIII. whoso body was
recovered at 4 o'clock yesterday morn
ing. It was rumored soveral moro
bodies were under tho pllo of brick,
and starch was continued until every
doubt was passed.
Tho causo of tho flro Is a mystery.
Several theories, from n cigar stun to
a lamp explosion arc given, (luy Pros
cott Is under arrest as being ono who
knowa of tho orlglu, but will probably
Hnn of Vntrrnii' liiirmniiiiril.
LoulBVltlc, Ky., Sept. 7.-The tmeomp
mont of tho Sons of Veteran-, which
begins In this city nost Thursday, la
expected to bo ono of the ntoet success
ful ever held by that organization. Uni
versally low ratea In all directions have
been secured, and ns those rates apply
to visitors as well as the netunl partici
pants a largo attendance Is oxpected.
Sevoral of the officers of the orcanUa
tlon, Including (Jon. Loganstcln and As
slstant Quartermaster Trenford. of
Chicago, nro oxpected. The Kentucky
division will keep open house at 213
West Main stroet, and here the main
reception to Incoming delegate will
take place. The local camps, with a
band, will meet Commander-la-chlef
Itussoll when he arrive. The pro
gramme for the week' entertainment
Includes a grand parade Wednesday, In
which, besides the visiting camp, a
number of local uniformed bodlea will
be In line, Campfirea will bo hold ev
ery evening, with an bbundanee of nov
At Johnstown. Pa., the other day. the
Cambria Iron worke shut down, throw
ing 2,000 men out of employment.
New York, lent. 7.Annle Uvlng
ston, for ytes the common law wife of
John I Sullivan, died at Uellavue boa
pltal on Satlirtlar bt heart fatlHre.
nnd her body win taken to the morgue.
She was SO year old, as actrea. and
married to a Jtotfiwi candy maker, twt
left tier bust ml twelve years ago to
accompany ialllvaH to Burope. She
lived with the pugilist for some time,
and baa also been on th stage In lur
lesque. Sullivan Ub tc n notified of
In r death, and filemu will see that the
body Is fil'-ea proptr burial.
Qloncoe, Minn.. Sept. 7. Tho trlnl of.
tho first of the two men charged with
the minder af Iherlft Joseph Itogers,
resulted Saturday In n verdict of mur
der in the second dogree, which did not
please some of the people of this coun
ty asd a double lynching bee resulted
early yesterday morning. Tho two mou
lynched wero Darman Musgrove and II.
On Juno U they had assaulted a
farmer, and Bhorlff llogors tuid depu
ties went after them with n warrant
the following day. Thoy resisted ar
rest, and during tho nltorcntlon the
sheriff wna shot nnd killed.
Iletwccn IS und I o'clock Saturday
night a mob of mankcd men nppenrcd
quietly at tho Jail door and rapped for
admission. Jailor Kdward Waddoll
opened tho door to sco who was there,
and n demand was nt onoo made for the
keys to tho Jail. On his refusal lie was
tied In his chair, and tho men proceed
ed to batter down tho doom with n
slcdgo hammer. After breaking tho
looks of tho cells thoy made tho prison
ers dress. In spite of tholr pitiful re
quests to be allowed to speak, tho two
men wero gagged and hustled away.
Tho mob took them to the bridge
over lluffnlo creek, on tho rond leading
to the scene of the murder and placed
them In tho emtio relative positions as
when they committed the murder
they swung thorn over tho edgo of tho
brldgo. Tho drop of fifteen feet broke
both their necks.
Jailor Waddoll and Ounrd Iloppe
wero so much oxclted ovor tholr oxpo
rlcnco that thoy could give llttlo de
scription of tho mob. all wearing black
masks. An Inquest will bo held ovor
tho romnlns and nn examination rondo
to locate tho moh.
Train tlotilirr Klllnl.
Sacramento, Cnl.. Sept. 7. An at
tempt was made Saturdny night to hold
up tho overland express train nt Web
ster, six miles west of this city. Tho
enKlno was in charge of ltnglncer ling
lish and Fireman Patrick Hums. As
the train approached Webster n man
crawled over the tender, and, covering
the engineer and fireman with n pistol.
compelled them to stop tho train. 'Hi
man guarded the engineer, whllo nn ac
complice, who had been In wnltlng start
ed back to rob tho trnln.
Hnglnoor Rngllsh, soetng his raptor
off his guard, shot him nnd ran tho
train Into Sacramento. A largo force
of men ure scouring the country l
search of the escaped robber. The
train wna crowded with pnMougors and
there wna a large amount of money In
tho oxpraea cnr.
Tho body of the train robbor who wns
shot was found lying near tho track
yesterday morning. In tils hand wna
grasped n loaded plBtol. Tho man's
name is thought to ue r. .i. .tiorgnu,
and ho probably came from San Fran
ItiiKlneer Hnsllsh. In speaking of his
niivmitni-n. imtd: "The conductor nnd
brnkomnn enmo out on tho platform of
mm nf the curs to so why tho train had
Rlnppml. Ono of the rouuore wioi ni
thnm twice with his revolver, and with
a string of ontha ordered them back
Into tho train. At tho sound of tho
nlwwitltiir llin rnlllinr. Willi mo Oil tllC
engine, stepped to the side between the
cab nnd tender and loolted iiacit. no
lnrnt lila liank nn inn. That WOS 1111'
opportunity, and I lost no tlmo In tak
ing advantage or it. I ronencu iiuwh
min mv tnefcpr. cot my rovolvor and
ehot him In tho bnek. I shot him
again, and he pitched forworn irom
ih rmHtm n the around and rolled
down tho bank. Then t pulled the
throttlo wldo opan."
til Rnnf. 7. JninfM II. Tel-
lor. of thU city, lift btcn nut. fled of his
nittt.ir.nt l.i itin nivrntiilv of tllO
member of tho recently
nuthorlxod commission to negotiate
with a number of Indian tribes of the
.......i Tim iwiminlaaliin consists Of
throo members, ono from each political
.. . a n tin.
party, Mr. i oner ubiiib raw
puhllean. For business reasons the np
polntmeut was declined.
Killed lir n Wiiiimn
Louisville. Ky.. Sept. 7.--A sperlal
hrv Kr.. says: John Combs, a
young ronrrled man of Dolaware. on
Urcen river, north of here, was shut
...i triiliul liv n wnman naminl Mills at
n lain hour Haturday iitRht. t'ombs
throw his weight against the door, nnd
. i. .,iArAit tim wmnnn drew a revol-
IVO .IV u ... V. -' .-- " - -
ver and shot him throuB1 te brain.
killing htm instantly.
llmnkrii Stall Klllrd
New York. Sept. 7. Jofcn Thenrer.
.i... buna a tiiaskamlth ahon. yesterday
nitU KTD . . - -
.t..., inaionttv itllleil Michael Mur-
HHUfc ...""- '
pity, a drlnk-craaed man who ataagerwl
Into hla howe. Murpar iiac"i
.ii..,r nmt Mr. I'ate SllKer, her si
tiv..v. --' -
... ii.B,, triml to throw them down
stair. Theurer was defending the
women and himself when the shot was
fired, according to all thair testimony.
Tha oaternlllar are great eaters, the
different apeetes eonaumlng from five
to twenty tlmee their own weight of
toed each day.
Madrid, Sept. 7. Offlelal dlsratehoa
havo been received from Manilla stat-
lag that a plot liaa been dlaeovered for
the eurrender of the Ineurgwu of the
fortified town of Cavita. In the I land of
Luzon, in the Philippine Islands, while
the garrison waa engaged In n aortic,
Spanish troops have relieved the garrl
son of San Indrn, lu tka province of
Nueva KrIJa. which waa besieged by
Near Huffaio, N Y.. rei ently, two ne
sons were drowned by the overtutulni
oi a steam ya ut.
Itetf mlilea tilnrnih.
There Is a ran a In Ohio named Jenk
ins, whose reHrtnWanc to Abraham
Mtieoln is Hld to be wonderful. He
mttl to have reeeivinl in hi time
onough Jnll senteneos to rouitd out an
ordinary life, nml Iw-n lit enough
brawls and aeMnla to kill n dosen
hi1Iii'v men. Yet. on account of his
IlkenOM to Lincoln, It Is asserted he
got all the free pues on the railroads
that he wants and almost any favors ho
Power ami authority hare converted
many good men Into tyrants.
Tun !.( In Mrml,
There I, a petni twrena Mh medleatlen
cannot pe. ll&fere H U tee late te mtml, ir.
we of n theetla uejlener, Inliertlea st ar-
iHifcti, bImmm est last btateMtu Xeti'
licalti't the fertitar uresresi it ue uer-
af thUifwrn ner ia ilqlttr'a fltemsrh
Hitter, which. It hIhhiM aVau rrvollrttnt,
riifa rtrMpU, llrtr eemjitslht, fever ami
tgvm, deMllljr and eerTewmew.
?omn people think the first rcquUlte
of BucceM Is lying.
Te tottl of Plio' (Jure fer ConitjispHen
cured me of s Ud lu(f trouUe. .Mm. J.
h'lebeli, l'rtsef lee. lnd Mar, go, 1R6.
A kind wonl inakos n lasting Impres
sion ujxin tho mind of a child.
lUII'a Cntarrh Cure
Is a constitutional euro. Price, 7fio.
A real ualy buby Is ns rare as a real
pretty man. I
'Battle Ax,f is popular with all
parties because of its remarkably
fine flavor, its high quality and the
low price at which it is sold
The people of the United States
know a good thing when they see
it, and they won't pay 10 cents for
other high grade tobaccos while they
can get "Battle Ax" for 5 cents.
! 1 Poor 1
: I Pilgarlic; I
J X tUtf ia no ltootl for you ffl
I to contemplatt ft w I u H
j ffi when you can enjoy the &
I plttnaure of fritting ngnin 1
I umlcrvour own "thatch."
iimlor your own
You en n btgin to gel
your hair Imck na soon
as you begin to use
No matter how much pain
to tht square inch your sje
a'al skin disorder gives yout
ran cure it.
IIKIKKKM.lt ntla will alat th CHBlrMhV
mar qtiMkly lottllava and r by i"'"SJ
liumora Iruni lh Uaul. &lBlicftii x IIUaM
At itrurjl'ia r hr mall. .
(BJltOl. NOlUWil (9.. Ul Unmut It., faUtl.
I'KAt I HVSTITITK, HnUlali. N.I . B r)g
filatil-ukol(orirlt nniff. Jf;l ua, iii Wita
,a. hnranuiliiipii nm imuiniiii