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A WOMAN TO BE PRETTY
Mu»t Have LuxurUnt and dotty Mjir.
No Matter Whit Color
Tho flnritt eo&tottr of a frmalo fare,
the nweetwt >mIU of a femalo
mouth, lnprfi itnmrthlnc If the h*ad i»
crowned with *rant hair. BciAt md
fAllinc hair, it ll no« kn; mtl •• • J
by a parasite thAt t»nrro^it Into the
iKffl'.p to iho r»^-»t of the bn'r. vrtcrc It
Mp* thr TlUllty. The little nhitr
►ralwi the prrni throve up In bur
rowinc Are cnllcd dandrufT. To cure
dandruff prrmanrntly. shrn. and to
Hop falllnc hair, that germ must be
killod. JCewbro'i H^rpScli!<-. nn entirr
ly new result of the chemlral la'.o.a
tory. destroys the dandruff porm. anil,
of countr. ttops the falling ha!r. and
The IWit Prescription or M*UrU.
rr.:: • a»J frwr »» » bottl# cf Orcr**» u*t*»
U«J Chill TC*Jf, It »t HTK&T ««>« «** «ttJStC«
ir. * t*»:«:< *• form. No tmrr— no r*y. me* »&,
Tbr « tnn,ii.i.ii' • Htf".
Thnsj* v,i:o underpin ml lie robj'ct
hare to Gduill tLst when !t coiuti :o
T.iO qor*!lou o: rc::c::al t!rrs,« the C ;!•
s:ams:i La* rcrjr caucli tbi* best cf It
American c!o?l «•« - r»* net tuadc fcr t jc
performance « . ...«i stooping or do
vs.ctV.r p \:t :«r-:: r*. Itct tbe Chinaman.
In hi* U»r .-. .r. v fMlx? clctbcs. Is as
free 13 *::>;<. v.:.u;«. r-n cr turn basJ
fjirinsr^ cs :: F££2ll loy ia bathing. In
a i*ulr:tfe *u'.t <f c'.otbcs you can lie
down a«il *'<vj» crltj the fatae ncaour.t
of comfort tU;«: ;ou caa stand up acd
Cotael* cf the r?.*t Ce^ntory.
Purinj: the u'.arteentb century 235
new coruois trero dlioorered ci asa!a<l
G2 In :b>* tvs'.j'o^ath century. Tbe
nineteenth o*:;:*.::t a!*o bcbeld a great
er Dumber f l^rye s::*! brilliant cooi
e!s iha:i dl<i i:« ;«:vxltiv<.scr. The finest
of tbt*s<? r.vsv :Li« comets of ISII. IS4S.
ISSS, ISSI ami !S>:2. lo tbe year IStO
only one periodical comet tras known.
Hailer's Nott osny are known, of
which a» leas: '.' have been seen at
more thnn coc rttur.i to perihelion.
Locnl to Enjoy flermelf.
final ia*irur;io~« to i:!?:e. v. Lo Is poi.-s
to take tea n lilt a p!ariante. "xrtea yuu
are asli^l If rcu will Usve soujetbit;^.
Ron tnnsl fry. "Yes. tlauk jou,' a-d \t
rou doxft r. in: It you must my*—
-Oh. jou :;«-<tlu*t bother about ibat."
Elsie lnt<'rr;:i)trd. *i *'.or.'i cxi>ect to
re/u/e aa;.tt;i:ic." # — Pbll3«!t!i»bla Vri-s*.
When Jack T=r rTbUtlee.
The first tin»«» I went to w*n I n-a>
whistling blitbclj oae dar. fcr the sua
traa bri^Lt anJ tbe breeze tvn« fresh
and tbt> tub eras sjiankin^ a!on^ under
ell her canva*. xrbeij a uallcr trarned
me to stop, write* Cbartes \t. Skinner
In Llppincotfs Masarlue. I asted wbj.
He said tbe wind was coniln;; up fast
enough as it vras and tbnt if 1 kept on
tvblstllns I would be fetching a gale
about tbeir ears. Aftervrard 1 learned
that it Is permissible to whistle daring
a calm, and Indeed I bare Lnown cap
tains and mates to turn toward tbe
quarter from which they wished the
tvlnd to spring and whistle for some
minutes. But It Is against all custom
to whistle when tbe wind is rising, for
that Iff notice to Davy Jones that you
want more, and be may turn on a hur
Adams* Sarsaparllla Pills cure elck
headaches, conctlpatlon. billlousness,
dyspepsia, purify the blood. 10 cents,
25 cents. Druggists.
TOU K>'O\T WHAT YOU AHE TAKIJCO
Wfcra rou uk« Grvv«'» T*Jtd<«a Cbi:i Tcsie
Utu^ tbr '.: rri.u.* :t pnoi«4 on every
butt)* i!-.y«!tr that it ;• *:r..; ..• Iron and vui-
Din* Is » Unrttlert form. No cur*. No t»«y. Uc
"Oh. Mies SJmpKins. when you srni.e
on me I'm in the seventh btaven."
"Wfll. Mr. Hopkins, that's nj
#jlevrtJcn. according to the way bu Id
lag aro put up now."— [Chicago Htc
Mothers will find Mra. Window r
fioothlng Byrup the best remedy to
qm for thrir children during the
Piao'a Cure cannot be too highly
spoken of aa a coufh cure.— J. W.
OimiEN. 222 Third Aye., X., Mlnn«p
oils. MJnn.. Jan. C. 1900.
OFFICERS ATTACK EDITORS
Insultinj Article In Spanith .Ncwipapir
Cauics Free Fl^ht
Madrid. —Kl Cor wo do GuUucoa. a
CarlUt Journal, published In &in Sc*
tvutUn. the summer rmldcnre of the
Spanish court, recently printed an ar
ticle which the officers of the Spanish,
•quadrat) «tatlonc»l off San Hobanttanj
c«n»l»Scr<Hl Intuiting. A scoro of tho 1
ofTkfm went last evening lo tho offi
ce* of tho paprr and atarke<) the man
. • r And two editors with stick*.
A frre flßbt followed, in which a
lieutenant «a* severely hurt, nnd two
other officer* wero slightly Injured.
The tnanagrr of the paper and one,
editor wcro roughly handled, recelr*
Ing cosidcrablo injury. Several of the!
ofUeers were nrrestc*! but they werej
liberated en giving their word of honor!
to keep tho peac<\
Sold by Parents in Slave Markets of
Tacoma.— Filipino girls. 10 to 16
years old. are being scld Into slavery
by their parents In regular markets
la Manila under the very eyes of the
police and civilian authorltnes. This
Is the substance of sensational alle
gations made by the Manila Times,
which seeks to have American officers
Investigate and stop the Infamous
trade in human flesh.
Places where slaves are sold are
Fainted out by the Times and details
are plven. both of recent sales and of
the manner In which the bargaining Is
conducted. Shapely Filipino girls
bring several hundred dollars each in
Mexican money. Tempted by this op
portunity to gain riches, their Inhu
man, but poverty stricken parents
openly sell them to rich Chinese and
Filipinos. Many prefer to be sold to
living In poverty at hsme. Tbe Ma
nila Times declares that the traffic
Is more base than that formerly ex
isting In the United States. Mozambi
que cr Zanzibar since. In these coun
tries, the chief object was cheap labor.
In Manila, the slave trade has deprav
ity and immorality for Its basis.
Status of Veterinarian
Washington.—- The secretary of war
has decided that veterinarians are not
competent to sit as members of conrt3
martial, or to j^rform any of the du
ties which are expressly requlre-i by
law to be performed by commissloneo
Ab their status is assimilated to that
of commissioned officers, they are eli
gible for detail as members of boards
of urvey cr counsels of administration
an<l may. when non-com missioned offi
cers are available gerve as exhange or
past treasurer and may witness pay
ment to enlisted men.
ANDREE AND HIS COMPANIONS
Indians of Far North Bring a Strange
Talc of Dead M«n
Chicago, Sept. 2.— A dispatch to the
Tribune from Kankakee. 111., says that
Walter W. Cobb and W. G. Shields,
well-known young men of Kankakec.
who have Juat returned from a forty
flro days' trip through the Hudson
Bay regloo. bring back a story told
by Indians of the far north that may
relate to the missing explorer Andre*
and one of bis two companies.
At Mooae Factory, a Hadaon Hay
trading jo.-.t at the mouth of Moose
River, the seven men stationed there
reported that a party of Indians who
came down from the far north last
spring told of the finding of the bodies
of two white men at a point about 990
miles north of Moose factory. The
st.-ry of the Indians wna that tho<
bodies were found In n broken basket,
their drrorlptlon of which seemed to'
Indicate n basket of n baloon. and thnt
tho bodka had been burled by In
dians. The Indian* brought nothlnjt
In support of their utory. but the men
at Moose factory. Cobb nnd Shields
say*, were Inclined to believe them.
Stone Plow Unearthed
New York. Sopt. 2.— A mono plow,
bellrvnl to be 3<H) yrar* old, haa been
unearthed nt Bloomflcld, N. J.. by
workmen on a culvert.
Powder Mills Blown Up
PotUvllle, n Srpt. I.— The pow
der tullls at Kreba tuntlon were to
li'iffly destroyed by a terrific explosion
nt noon yesterday nml two men were
Instantly klllod. They nre lrin Uu
pert and Richard Houser, both of
Little's Long Sleep Almost Ended
Santa Ana.— John S. Little, who
c.in:e here trom Hiawatha. Kansas,
about five months ago. and has been
sleeping the greater portion of that
time, has left for his Kansas home.
His condition but little Improved, lib
peculiar malady Is excessive sleep.
He has slept, with only slight Inter
ruption, almost continuously for the
past five tnoiKus. He Is easily
aroused, and when awa»c converses
freely, but quickly drops Into slumoer
again. His case has baffled medical
skill and he was orought to Califor
nia lc the hope that the climatic con
ditions here would be more favorable
for him. but the experiment has not
been sue:essful. his appetite has
failed hlni recently, hh prlnc pal
nourlshmen. being milk and softened
toast, which he swallows I his sleep
whim placed in his mouth.
Little has been a large man, weigh
ing In or-. nary health 230 pounds,
but bis prolonged siesta has greatly
lessened his avoirdupois. His family
has concluded there Is little or no
hope for his recovery, and according}
have t.iken him home to his friends.
Interest in Dreibund
Berlin.— An article In the Deutsche
Revue, signed "Italian Diplomat," at
tracts much attention as showing
from secret Inside Information that
Italy only renewed the Dreibund In
1592 for tho advantages of a commer
cial treaty with Germany, and that she
now has but slight Interest In the
Dreibund as compared with her Inter
est In good commercial treaties.
In Algiers a motor vehicle transport
now males a daily run of ninety-four
miles between two towns where ve
hicular traffic of no kind haa ever
before been possible.
To Use Electric Engines
New York.— President J. J. Hill of |
the Great Northern railroad, it Is Bald
haa ordered that steam locomotives be;
superseded by electric motors on the
Cascade division of the Great North-]
crn railroad. It is understood that If
this change works but satisfactorily
electric motom will be Introduced on
other divlslonfi of the road.
Ir.iian Agent C. T. Stramhan. at
LcwJston, io-.io. says the cenun or
the N*»z Percei Indians Jtist cor;plete:l
the total Indian population to bo 150/,
of which number over 900 are female*.
There has been a decrease of slxy
since last year.
Q tai Unit) Brrap. Tuim Oood. U*s I*]
 la tUnt Ho^l by droglUu. Ert,-
Catarrh of the Stomach.
Hnbbl Unvld Klein, .v.v. E. Mnln
utrret. ColUOlbut, ()., writer, tho fol-
lowing to hfi llnrtnmn In regnrd to
Peruna: "It affords mo great plran*
ui. s to testify to all curatlvo mer-
it * of your medicine. Peruna li ft
well-tried nnd widely used remed).
KNpcclnlly ns a specific fcr catarrh of
the stomach It cannot be excelled.
Peruna will do nil thnt U il.ilmed fur
(CW>l -'^ -^/^ -^ * VJC-/I
!t«bbl Imvl.l Klein
I'raplo atlllctcil with catarrh of the
btomach complain of lassitude, oil*
tired-out feelings, their blood bocomes
Lhln. nervous Bystem deranged, food
seems to do them uo Rood, contin-
uous and increasing weakness. Peruna
Is a specific for catarrh of tne stom-
ach. Peru tin correct* thn Impaired
digestion, makes rich blood and »tead>*
•■Summer Catarrh" sent free by
The Peruna Medicine Co.. Columbus, 0.
Little Liver Pills.
Must Boar Signature of
Sec Facsimile Wrapper Iklow.
Vcr/ nm«ll and «• emmj
to take as *ng or.
ibAIXItKO FOR DIZZINESS.
ffIITTLE rOR BILIOUSNESS.
Mp|l ts FOR COHSTIPATIOH.
Mm FOR SAUOW SKIM.
Emmm Ifor tp.e complexion
CURF' OK HEAD
Thi« •Ifrnnturo I* on every hox of the genuini
Laxative Bromo-Quininc Tablet.
th# rrnw'- thnt mr«» n rnl«l In od« «I»jr
(i A. MR9, JONEB*
&L**t* Prlco $2.00.
¥(&*s&&■ TJil« l« Die genuine. It lnrrr»»-
%lr \ •' i"li 011 »ny part i<f Oiv tK*«!y,
A jvjki •!< vtl->|ii huit to «ny de*lrr«l RiMt
/UL ». •flJ 1 mul inuK«-« rnuri'l. |ilinnpr»< •■ in I
•A^^Mf/V nrck. Ki-Miuvcs nil MackliraiM
■ . -*," inn frrcklr*, i>liii|>li-<i, IU*U
worms, knd mitkrg ttm «kln *n nn<\ wtilt*. Wnic
rorMMil*' term*. Silts. K. JfINKH * CO.,
OffliYt 610411 lutcr Otcun Illdjf., Ctilctt«u, 111.
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