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Tljof take Mtieillon of t»i«» ttfxljr, nnt\
nr«« l/»rtlii of Mhrulo.
Tliojr nre ittendod hy ptmp!tt« bollf, tiM
itrhiiitf totter, tall rheum, and. other : cti<
tnnroiiN cruptloii)i; hy ft-cllnKi Of wrnkno^^,
Innuuor, munii d<Mllty niul wluit not.
They causa more MinYrinif than anything
llitiiiii. Btrenath. Peocn nn<l IMeatura
requlra their ClpUllloti, nml tnh \n \Kiih
tlvHy offcrtrt!, mrorillliK to thousamH of
rr;i'< fnl te^tlllionlnlit, l>>
Which radically nml permanently «irivi«
them out ami bullda up tbo whole tyitcni.
; m THE" WORLD
Ay // , WARST«;STBAPtrtA.W
S—i» vM \ ITMO'JGM OrTEH lOJTATEC
-- : :■-;..• ma SAME COAT
cNisjj&si.': I [HAS HO EQUAL
Sh;v?!.s: r«u w:.*.; 0; CA«Mt VTS AND MATS.
Leading Evil Uvci in Gay Par«e
I'nrls A surprising result of the
campaign agnlmst thorte who entice,
pretty girls from shops and homes by
promises of good situations has been
tho discovery of over two hundred
American young women loading evil |
lives In Paris. Most of thorn camo
herd In search of work or to study j
music and painting. Absolute want
soon, made thorn easy victims of pro- ;
Thn Hftt Prescription or Slhlmmm.
ChU:« «nJ f«-v*r In a »w>!tlr of Orov*'« ta§t#-
Icm Chill Tonlr. It !• »!n>|>'y Iron ami rjulnln*
In 11 tavfrlrn.il form. No cur«*— no rty. Trice lAc.
Mrs. Chrlsfan Science: Henry, you
aro in a state r:f beastly intoxication.
Henry: Imposh'ble, m' dear; men
tal delusion. Only think I'm (hit)
Sioo REWARD Sioo
Tho readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
cmc dreaded ilincnso that science has
been nblo to 'tiro In n'l Its stages, and
that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive 'cure known to
tho medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires n
constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca
tarrh Curo is takon Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of tho Bystcm, thereby do.
straying the foundation of tho dis<»nso.
an:l giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and as.
slating nature In doing its work. Tho
proprietors have bo much faith in its
curatlyo powers, that they offer one
hundred dollars for any case that It
falls to cur?. Send for list of testi
Addrre*. P. .1. CHENKV & CO.. To.
lodo. Ohio. Sold by nil druggist, ?."»
cents. Mall's Family Tills are the
Thi« •lj,' r '*'»' i< > U 0:» Ctery hot o( the- yenuint
Laxative lkomo«Qninine ™>»cv
SUMMER Is best time to
cure Catarrh Bronchitas and
Consumption. Our remedy is
P. B B X 973 W.H. SMITH *Cn.Boll3ln.N.Y
L.A.N.U. No. 20
Ttf tuis wHltiTii ffinAiis. * [a
jTrj In tlm« K^-iJ >-y drutft)»t*. C?l_
Wii«.|ilrirf'iti. July II. — Tho roll run
ofnro 1 ■.iM'i n bulletin concofotnic Ine
urban population of tho country. It
fttiowft that I'M. n I. os pooplo In tho
United Ktntofi live In cltlei nti«l townn
of ovrr 4000 population. Thin I 373
i" r rcrit. of the <n tiro population] a
r-iin of nlrnom .'» por cent* lloca the
e'-riHUH of WjQ.
Tho pcrrotitOKo of pooplo living In
cltlei nnd lowm an compared with the
entire population of tho States ratiK r »
Indian T< rrltory, tho porrontano In
from 91. C In Uhodo Inland to 2.U In
California being iH.'J.
HOW BIOBEA Tjlil LL3 FEED
ToLr IJI« r:n::n ut Crrnn Onl t« Hen
and tun Uhiir s\»lusst!nc<
With my pomrotioulc ta3to 1 naturol*
ly was very curious tj Ltiotv J.:*'t what
kind of Icrropln ore «;ii!«i.t In tbefc
v.ati-iH. fur Ibe «l: !• Is one niucb
totigbl nftur I y epicures nml forms
part of (be menu for every llrst claw
hotel on tho coant. I wan told that
none Ih caught about lure, but was
Invited to a sea turtle bunt. Lot the
nailer Imagine a turtle weighing all
tho way from I,'JOO to l.r»<jo pounds,
and not long a^o one «.ih turned over
on the beach near Miami that weighed
more than 1.000 pounds. Of course I
am giving tho largest weight, for the
average weight of those caught along
tho coast 1.1 about fjOO pounds. After
they arc caught the turtles nre kept for
a long lime, their captors feeding them
on cabbage, lettuce, turnips, carrots
ami sea graxsoH.
Tb«? study of this monster nhellflsh Is
n most Interesting one. In order to get
rid of the parasites that cling to their
sheila they often enter fresh streams to
enjoy a bath, but they arc extremely
timid and take fright nt the least
noise. The hunter knows, however,
that the turtle feeds In brackish
t»t roams where the tide falls rather low
and where the turtle grass grows In
greatest profusion. Tho turtles cut
groat quantities of this grass and then
roll it Into a ball, cementing It as they
roll it with the clay In which the grass
grows, nud In this way, when they
have managed to amass n goodly sup-
ply of provisions, they wait for high
tide and lloat away seaward, feeding
as they tlcat.
Tho professional hunters are quick to
detect those balls, ami Just the mo
ment they do so they sot their seines
nnd send their peggers, as the men are
called. In search of the feeding shoals.
Men are not tho only enemies the tur
tles have, however, for bears, raccoons
and otter animals native to Florida
destroy great numbers of them.—-Jack
sonville (Fla.» Cor. Baltimore Ameri
Nearly every Chinaman can read,
but 90 per cent of the women are en
In Rrltlsh India only DM, per cent of
the population live In cities.
\V«uil(l Ilntlirr Smoke Ttmn Hut.
"Quo day," writes an American In
Havana, "I came across an old Cuban
woman sittltiK disconsolately on a rock
near Morro castle. She told mo In
Spanish that for three days she had
had nothing to cat but n loaf of bread
and coffee. She looked It. I save her
n Spanish dollar ami followed In her
wake. She entered the Urst cafe nho
came to d'tid bought n drink and a cl«
par. I couldn't belp laughing to see her
as she walked alous tho street, pufflns
away at tho weed purchased wish i:iy
money. S!io seemed perfectly coutcut*
til. Tho Cubans, oven t!:o woiacn.
would ratlur BtuoUe than cat. They
take only two meals a day. breakfast
nbotit U» o'clock and tlluner lit -i In the
V.'lion Mr Il<iar«,
"Your iiiD-l'iunl thvsse.s very q'lit'tly."
•'Docu Im? Yon uucht In lioar him
trhrh bccnb'i Jukl hi* collar liutton ( or his
ilrcvo llukw U'como mlKlniU."
Tho fortune trltcr i-« IntlUpcntoble nt ft
Cnincse %ve«}«|tiisr. If ibe fortuuw nrb »!<>:
HatUfoclorj tiih<r |>nity may break the
A dotf i\ovn not l>ru>li his tooth or p!H; j
th»in. but xv l* 11 1 Quv levtb n d'lg ha-.!— |
"I hat* Ron* 14 <In»i •( a tlm<» wlihont ■
rt.Mtr m»MI t.f tUr, linnrtl, |K,l l,«-,i,rf ftbl* tO |
»('»»• lh#ni mtrn.t \,f iitlnf h'»l »»t«r lu)*rtloo«, i
Chr'Kilf rontlipaixii tut ««-rn, yi>ar« \ a"A m« la
lt»i» lerril.ie r.,i,<itii.,(., ftutliiff tliftt tint* I «1M •»-
rr » • 1.. IkII. . f •' t,t 1, -it 1< t . r fCHtfW) ft i« 1 f*>:'»>f *rjrh
fllimf ra»#i until I Milan Bllflg (.'AMCAURTH. I
i. • •» i. ■ > r frotn '.nn to thtrr i ■ <1«f » t>-1 If I
«ni nrh I «>miii ifito l! '• "< tot *■*> '< rnot »m«uti II
i»fc.-ii» !«.;.« r ' AMuttti. in vt.
I >It n< .m , l>«iroii. illcb.
L§f " CATHARTIC
TNAOC »/*/»« WfOltTlUffO
|'>s».iiil. I'.ti.-it.iliir. I'otrttt. Ts*l« Orr-A. F)o
ii'fni. ,•.••!. f Mrkf.'ll, V.inUi.i.i l.i,|c Vx.VK.'JK.
... CURE CON3TIPATION. ...
lUrlUf Utm*4t Itmptmt. Vkitft H.«l»»»l, >•• T«rt. m
A WlnnSnc To nrh.
The »tro:i:r. manly voice was low ami
Intense n« the handsome face bent
over the fj;ir. bowed head by tho Hrc.
"Darling." be wont ou eagerly, "there
are others hero observing us. 1 must
nee you n moment alone."
For nn Instant Ihe listener was qulot.
: and not n curl stirred on the lofty
brow. Then the blue eyes wore raised
to the beseeching darl: ones,
"Yes. what Is it';" was the low reply.
A slight red flush mantled tho nock
a:ul cheeks of the speaker, in striking
\ contrast to the cool, calm dignity dis
played in every movement of the half
reclining figure In the big plusb chair.
"Tho fact Is." be wont on. mustering
up courage, tho first embarrassment
giving place to a little more self con
fidence. **l have come to ask you some
thing I never expected would pass my
lips, especially after tho last sum I
borrowed from you. Darling, will you
lend mo SluV
Jack Darling laid aside his paper.
"Of con rso. old man." be cried hearti
ly. "Let's first git a drink." And the
two passed out of the clubroom togeth
er.—San l-'rauclsco News Letter.
even when a«lniinistcrcd in very small doses, and r\v\ C\ \ S oM%&&*•0 M %&&*•
few constitutions can stand it for any length of time. 1 \ \ s/^§a^^/jK^
Pota-sli produces inflammation of the stomach /^i^^r^^^jP/u^^^'r^C
and bowels, ;t:i«i a dangerous form of dyspepsia and < ~^^&&4^'So\[e§J&
often chronic diarrhcta follow its u?e. * * f^ '^$ i ST~x-"irssr
Now, Uic doctors will tell you if you have
Contagious IJlckxl roi?on you must take "these minerals for two years or longer;
first, a course of Mercury, and when your teeth eet so sensitive and sore that you
can't cat, and the gums have a spongy; unnatural appearance, you are told to stop
and a change to Potash is made. When the stomach rebels you are put on Mercury
againi and so on cd infinitutn, or until the system becomes so thoroughly saturated
with these poisonous drugs that the most disgusting sores break out on the body,
the bones become diseased, and the muscles and joints are racked with the most
torturing pains. Mercury and Potash drive the eruptions and blotches from the
skin, but the virus remains in t!:e blood and the reappearance of the old symptoms
and the occasional sore mouth show that the poison is still active, and you can
never hope to completely eradicate it by this method of treatment.
mx . ' S. S. S. is the only
When I was about twont7-ono years of ape, or antidote for this de-
oiirhtoen years ago, I contracted Blood Poison in a stnictivo virw<: nnri in
bad form, and am satisfied t.;at tho rapid progress • V fi-i\ ' i r
tho disease was making would soon have mado mo a infallible remedy for
lifo-lor.K" invalid cr ended xny life. As my system this peculiar poison. It
camo undor tho influoixco of S. S. S., tho sores, destroy sand eradicates
splotches and pimples gradually disappeared and soon every "particle of the
no ovidenco of tho discaso was left. lam now thirty- noison nnd miL-i>« tli»
nine years old, and have- soon no siens of it during LTotd n5 W?hv nml
tho past oijrhteea years. S. S. O. doos all you claim Ulooa a ? I } ealth y and
for it. WH. EMERSON; Povely, Mo. I nirc as before the dis-
ease v.'as contracted.
S. S. S. is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known, and we offer $r,ooo
for proof that it contains any mineral ingredient whatever. The general health
improves OS the S;>ecific purges the system of impurities, nnd as new, rich blood
begins to flow in the veins the unsightly sores ami other evidences of blood poison
disappear ; strength returns and you are forever rid of this loathsome disease.
Our Home Treatment Hook on Contagious Mood Poison tells you all about the
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Filipinos Mutin> r d Commit Murder
Manila.— A report 'reaches here, from
uncfficlal sources that the Filipino
crew of the steamship Belgika mu
tinied recently. They killed the cap
tain and engineer and then abandoned
the vessel, which was pickeri up by a
gunboat and towed to Zamboanga.
During the at'.mlniKtration cf General
Otis the Helgika %vas seized and her
ownors were heavily fine^l for illegal
Advices from I loll: stit: that eleven
murderers groke out of a fortress
there recently. The guards killo.l two
of them, Lut the ethers crossed tho
channel in a blinding storm and
reached the Island of Guioarai.
I WIDER OF H
Tho grvtil Airship J2B frci lung nml fit]
fvet hi^h. now biiihliiiK "t-..!i Friiii Uii,
l'» Ifoi nlit, will uinkv il» tl nt vuvHiff M»>.iitt
Bt'Ptember i'»th. KVEKY ONKthuuM haw
ft few SHAKES The* »n> vow <.»'llinK nt
l.'.uin ktiHri', hm<l will be wortti f tUVOJ aftvi
tin- »liJ|> Imi» mntle her lir-t voyi>KU >>nl
or«l«'«» for Itoek wiih rtloCk »»r luniifv or fer
tot'nl Ay ml Nm iir»tn>ii Ct»,<Hrw of Cc I -
llllubiA llnUkitlg •'<' , Hull FltilU'ikto, Chl.