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The largeat (urn ever paid for pre scription changed hand. in Han Fran cisco, August :, likll, The transfer is inrolvd,in coin and stork I112,M0 00, and wa paid lv a party of holiness men for aecillc lor Hright's Dlaaaee and Dialwtri, biiherto Incurable di. ' eaare. Thay coniuisnced the aerious in j vstigation ul tbe iecific Novemlier 16, IWOX). They interviewed acorei of tit cured and tried it out on it merit by treatment and aatching them. They also pit physician lo name chronic, in curable cases, and administered it with the phyalciana for Judges. Up to Au gust jo, by per ctni ol in ner cent ol tli teat caaei ! were either well or proereiiing favor- ; bly. Ther lieing but 13 per rent, ol failures tbe parties were satisfied and closed the tranaactinn. The proceed I ti are ol tbe inveetigatlns committee and the clinical reports of tbe testcasei were i ! putilialicd and w ill be mailed free on ap ' plication. Aildreiithe John J. Fulton 'Company, 480, Montgomery I San Franciaco, Calif. trtet, Rminhtr thl It U th our buiiuM to March tb It t tltv run I ! ii In rltlon to Una buvtm Und or liiln monr r .! sr. hcums. on ceo M horn. Ill t everr maiaiines niti.tratMl articlna nn inblacta Dromlnentlv The second half il devoted to the inter- maklnx. i ) . . neweit dellfni la bat nd COItume . - H vanain. utmi Information that I. nK.uar, to th EVENTS OF THE DAY GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OP THE TWO HEMISPHERES. Comprchenalva Review of tha Import ant Happening! of tha Paat Week, Preacntcd In Condcnacd Form, Moat Likely to Prove Interfiling to Our Many keadera. An hliinliop Katzer, of Milwaukee, ii lfya. King Kdwanl ban etarted tour f Ireland. Tlie war Ming againat Rumia i igruwing in Japan. In the destruction of a Nome hotel threo people lout their live. A ttreot car collidwl with a wagon at Kanraa City, mrioualy injur;ng aii pwiple. A Connor crii'k mine, near Huntiog Urn, liai loen rohlied o( a large amount ol money am durit. The heir to the Britiah throne ii to viait the 1'iiitml Htata and will be the guwut of I'rpftident KooBBvelt. In an explmion at the Minnequa alt) Korku, I'ueblo, five men were bitrnexl by hot mittal, tno fatally. A bloody battle occurred at Cindad IJnlivar, in Venevat-la, when that place waa captured by government forcei. A aevere wind, hail and rain atorm awept over a part of Sou t'i falter n Iowa, dentroying all cropi in it path and lev eling many building and tree. (iiivcmor Yatea, of Illinois, baa re- turnetl from a trip to Kumpe. Tae next animal convention of Kni(htof St. John will lie held at I'eoria, 111., on June 22, 1904. John I-anbernhim, of Ioi Angeles, the llarvaid rtudent who tole an auto- mcbile ai a "lark," ban compensated Hie owner and been released. A dog which hit a number of cliil- lren in Milwaukee prove to have had rallies and the litalth board la trying to Bud the children in order to apply an (idotei. The death by apendiciti of Mr. K 0. Matthiesen, widow of the former president of the American engar refining company, leavei Her uepliew, Lonrau II. Matthieaeu, heir to f 15,000,000. Axel Simoninn, a aea captain, ha sued for libel a magaxine publiahing company for publishing a Mory repie- aenling him as having been the first to leave bis wrecked ship. He says the tury is fall and by depicting him as a ((ward damages hi reputation. Notice to vacate has been served on 68 squatters on a tract in tbe suburb . , v t- ...i.i. .k i a ... Man " rerted into lakes lor additional water supply, OQi some ui .neui win rvaiea. Included are four churches, four schools, six hotels, ten summer resiliences ana about 40 farm. A package containing six yards of lace mid to lie valued at ItiOO hag been missing inee April 6, when it wa shipped by express from New York to Washington. The lace is a part of a set valued at (30,000 belonging to tbe wife of General A. K. Bate, of Wash ington, 1) C. It was a family heir loom. Japan has now a gold reserve of 173,- 000,000. Tbe battleship Kearsarge ha started on her race across tbe ocaen. United States authorities have cap tured seven Italian counterfeiters in Brooklyn. A conspiracy ha been discovered among army otllcers ol Portugal to over throw the king. Fire destroyed the Babin hotel and natatorlum at Pert Arthur, Tex. Loes $100,000, bartly insured. A paint and oil warehouse in Denver burned. The loss is estimated at 200,000, nearly covered by insurance. A report is in circulation in London that France intend to transfer it pos sessions in the eaBtein Pacific to the United States. The Russian war minister says Port Arthur ia a fortress inaccessible to all enemies no matter how great their num bers or whence they come. The prohibition of the importation of arm and ammunition into China ex pires in August. Tbe minister have decided that the prohibition Is useless and ineffective and that the Chinese are capable ol regulating the importation of war munitions. Twelve Chinese were killed in an ex plosion in a Nanaimo, B. C, mine. Treaty port of Manchuria will be opened by China through Russian con sent. Chicago striker threaten to shut off the city' light unless their demand are granted. The salmon fishermen on the Fraser river have given up their fight, and will accept the term of the cannera. Colonel Morris B. Belknap ha been nominated for governor of Kentucky by Republicans. It i said that should Postmaster General Payne resign H. H. Kohlsaat, ol Chicago, will be named as hi suc cessor. Great Britain ha asked the United States for an explanation regarding the annexation of the islands oft the coast of Borneo. Many Indian war veterans, whose claim have been turned down, will re reive pensions under ruling of Interior department. OLD LOUISIANA BONOS. Issue Which Paid for Territory to fie Shown at St. Loots. Washington, J ly 22.-One of tbe most interesting histrolcal exhibit to be made at the St. I.oui exposition next year will be a collection of can celled bonds used in payment for the Louisiana Territory. Then) old papers were recently found in the treasury de partment by Chief ClerkJHill. A history of tbe payment ha been compiled by R A. Bayley, of the treas ury department, who statestbat among the national loan of the United State wa one known a "Louisiana 0 per tent stock," issued in 1804. Mr. Bay ley rays: "tins loan was contracted to pay France for the province of Louisiana, ceded to the United State by that power April 30, 1801!. According to tho conitrnction of the United State, the c-ssion by Fiance included all the region between tbe 31st parallel and the Golf of Mexico, and between the MiisiBsippi river and the Perdido river, now the western boundary of the atate of Florida. The United State bad heavy demand on France for spalla tion committed on American commerce during tbe pieviou ten year. Tbe amount of these claim was estimated at 'i, 000, 000. The fint proposal of the French minister wa that tbe United State should pay for the pro vince of Louisiana 100,000,000 franca, and take upon themselves the payment of the claim for spoliation, but tbe amount wa finally fixed at 115,000, 000, ol which France wa to receive 1 1 1 ,250,000 in I'niUd State bonds, pay able in 15 yearn, and bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent. Tbe retnaind er, amounting to (3.750,000, wa to be devoted to reimbursing American citizen for French depredation on their ommerc. Tbe treaty was con firmed by the senate of the United State, but wis the occasion of an ex tended debate in the houte of represen tative. Tbe act to issue tbe stock in payment for the territory, which became known as tbe Louisiana etock, wa approved Novemlier 10, 1803. THE POPE'S FUNERAL. Only Preliminary Arrangement Made, but Will Be Elaborate. Only the mct general funeral ar rangement have thus tar been made. a tbe shock of the pope' death for tbe moment occupies all attention Cardinal Oreglia, together with tbe member of tbe sacred college, will de termine the detail of tbe elaborate fu neral ceremonies, which will last nine days. In the case of Pius IX, bi per sonal friend among the Roman arigtoc ra' y we e permitted to see tbe em balmed bxly before it wa removed to St. Peter', where the general public had a like privilege. It isjexpected that similar plan will be carried out in the present cane. On tbe evening of the eighth day tbe corpse will be enclosed in two coltlns, the inner cue o' cypres and the outer of lead, wLuh will be de posited within a sloi.e acarcsphagus. It will not be imac Ji.itely committed to its final resting pli.ee. but will bede posited high over the door near tbe choir if a chapel in St. Peter's, where it may be viewed by all visitors. The ultimate burial place will b tbe mag nificent basilica of St. John the Lateran Following Pope Lso'i expressed wish, the niche in which it will lie will cor respond to that which the pope desig nated a the resting place c f Innocent III. The marble memorial will show a recumbent figure of the pontiff, sur rounded by allgorical figures. Plenty of Chance to Steal. Washington, July 2J. The special report of the treasury expert on their examination of the affair of Anditor Petty, of tbe District of Clcumbia, fixes the shortage in that office, for which Jame M. A. Watson, a clerk, is now in jail, at 173,397. The expert criti cise the system by which the money was bandied and say that for a period of more than four year Wat sons' work wa not revised, checked np or other wi e proved or tested by any other em ploye of the office or by the auditor. Caaslnl Gave Verbal Pledge. Washington, July 82. In a conver sation at the Russian embassy cm the afternoon of June 28 with the Associ ated Press, Count Cassini referred to tbe call of Secretary Hay on tbe day previous, and expressed hi gratifica tion at its results. The ambassador, in reply to the question as to whether Manchuria wsa under discussion during tbe call, replied in the affirmative, and stated that be had assurred Mr. Hay that Russia would execute to the letter her pledge in Manchuria and concede certain portr. fllve Old Soldier Preference. Washington. July 22. Acting Com missioner Williams, of the internal rev enue bureau, by direction of Secretary Shaw, has issued a letter to collectors of internal revenue, cal.ing attention to President RoofevelC order of Janu ary 17, 1902, providing that pre f ere n e shall be given alike in appointments and retention in tbe public service to honorably discharged eolideri of tbe civil war. Col'ectois are instructed carefully to oneerve this order. Chines Seek Revenge. Honolulu, July 29. It ha been an nounced that the Chinese here will hold mass meeting to make an em phatic protest against their exclusion from the United States. They will ask their government to enact tariff regu lations against American good a a matter of retaliation if the immigra tion restriction are not removed. IN ETERNAL REST POPE LEO XIII HAS PASSED TO THE GREAT BEYOND. Earthly Career of Oo of World' Moit Remarkable Men I Completed-He Wa Over Ninety-Three Year Old and Had Been Pope a Little More Than Twenty-Five Year. awoitoLocT of ran uo xm. Born at l ari.ln.to, March 2, 110. Kntred n Aleut at Kunie, 124. Matriculated at Gregorian unlr.raity, Man. Kntered college of Noble Ecclealaitlea, mi. Appolnu-d domestic prelate br Oreff- ory XVII, utr,. Order ol prteathood conferred, Decem ber in, ix.17. Apostolic delegate at Benevento, 1&37 IMl liovemor of gpoleto, lMI-lxt Papal nuncio at HrtiSMl.. IMI5. Created cardinal, Jiecember If, 18A3. Made cardinal carrnerleneo, July, 177. Klected poio, February an, IS7S. Keviewed Koman Catholic hlerarehv In Hrolland. March 4. 1S78. Kne-flical condemning communism, ao-'lallau and nlhlll.ia, December 28, 1ST. Kncjcllial aain.t hersv and aoclal tani, Norember 5, Wi. Recognized unity of Italy, October 7, 111. Encyclical condemning Ilberall.ni, Novemlier 6, lMh.y Celebrated golden Jubilee, ISS7. Celebrated grand Jubilee. MUD. Kricyi li. al on socialism and labor. May 16. ixfl. Celebrated Eptacopal Jubilee, Febru ary, bi. fanned appeal to F.neland tor reunion ol Christendom, April n, 1(. Celebrated alxtieit: anniveraarr of his first maiw. February 13, le. Be. lared iwiu a year of universal Jubi lee. May, lMif. Held conaiatory and created eleven new cardinal., June If, Ifcff. Celebrated ninetieth birthday, March 2. lwu. Ktrli ken with pneumonia, July 3, 10aj3. Died, July ft, Rome, July 20. Pope Leo XIII is dead. The last flicker of life expired al 4 minute past 4 o'clock this after noon and the pontiff now lies at rest. Tonight tbe emaciated and lifelet frame which beld so brave a spirit lie on tbe bed in the Vatican, betide which almost all tbe world ha prayed. The red damask coverlet rest lightly over the body, the cardinal' arlet rape ia about tbe shoulder, while on bis head has been placed the psps! hoed cf vel vet, bordered with ermine. A white silk handkerchief is bound about his chin, and in the hand that have bleased so many thousands ha been placed a crucifix. Sc Pope Leo will le main until tomorrow, watched by uni formed officer of the Noble Guard and rough clad Franciscan penitentiaries, who will keep a ceaseless vigil until tbe bural ceremonies. Tomorrow tbe sacred college of card inal will assemble for the official duty of pronouncing Pope Leo dead. After this sad function ha been performed, the body will be taken to the small tbroneroom adjoining tbe death cham ber, where it will be embalmed. The funeral ceremonies will extend over nine days, the body being removed to tbe cathedral of St. Peter', where it twnirri PorE LEO XIII. will lie in state. The ultimate resting plaee of the dead pontiff will be in the magnificent basilica of St. John the Lateran. Pope Leo's final momenta were marked by that same serenity and de votion, and, when he wa conscious, that calm intelligence, which is asso ciated with his 25 year' pontificate Hi was no easy death. An bour be fore he died, turning to Pr. Lapponi and hi devoted valet, Pio Centra, he murmured: "The pain I suffer is most terrible " Yet bis parting words were not of tbe physical anguish that he suffered, but were whispered 'benedictions upon the cardinal and bis nephews, who knelt at tbe bedside and the last look of hi almost sightless eyes was toward the great ivory crucifix hanging in the death chamber. Practically all the cardinals now in Rome kneeling at the bedside, watched the passage of his soul. Earlier in the day Cardinal 6erati.no Vannutelli had impressively announced tbe absolution in articulo mortis. Tbe condition of hi holiness varied from agony to coma. W ishing to re lieve him, Dt. Mazxoni suggested that morphine ahould be administered. War Feeling Orowi. Victoria. B. C, July 22 The steamer Indrasamaha, which arrived last night, brought news that tbe war feeling in Japan wa stronger than ever when the steamer sailed, a arenlt of the alleged secret concession made by the Chinese government to Russia. The increasing excitement of Japanese papers ia also accentuated by the change of attitude of Prince Ching, who it id to have gone over completely to the Russian side. I i A QUESTION OP HOURS. Death ef Aged Pontiff Expected at Aay Moment. Rome, July 20. Tbe pope lie in a tate of coma, and there ara nan doubt in the minds of hi doctor whether he will ever completely emerge. His immediate dissolution seem only to be diverted by the action of hi heart. Hi pulse, though weak, continue teady. Shortly before mid night, ir. Lapponi aaid: "The popi a4 the pre nt moment is in a state of coma, wbkb mar be railed a condition preceding the laat agony, the duration'of which it i imooaaihl. to forecast, although everything leads to the belief that hi condition cannot laat. 'To'be mor exact ha i aim i- - - 1 . ,u a state of tornor and .tnnn. i.i-l l - , ".ui amvu, however, bs arouses occasionally, when T ' . """Hue, as, wr instance, tbe insistent voice of una r m. u iars calling loudly to him. Left alone, uo rciapaea immediately into a condi tion of torpor. At intervals be mur murs in hi .eep, continuing to have forbodine that ha fa lu;nn -k. i j by hi valet, Centra and mvlf these are the cerobra! anemia and oanci A.i - ai"i ciuioga lion, lie can no lontrer tnrn i. hi. bed withont umi - , Buu mna kept alive by artificial stimulant. iui nig mo laei x3 nonr he has had two inicCtiona nt - fJJl three of caffeine and two o" hypclerm- . ... ... oesiaea drinking stim ulants." RUIN BY WIND AND RAIN. Central State Softer Qrcat Damaga by Milwaukee.. Jnlv 21.p.... - - ---.j. ui damage from vesterdav'a .. coming in from many parts of tbe tate, and are to the effect that the crop were battered down flat. r many instance it will bi Impossible to harvest the grain crops, and the only raw,rK o he farmers will be to turnktheir livestock into the field for pasture. The atnrma ara. 1 , r-wubwarij severe on Lake Michigan. Thousand of dollars' worth nf diimaa. ... --- wrongnc to the government-pier which protects Jlil- WankM harhne r. 1 ..I .. . piles were uprooted and tossed aboot Ilka feaiheea n-.-. ..... wuuacHir ,u 11 gay that massive stones wjighins; a much a IS tan. n j, , , . ..m uispiacea and tossed across the breakwater as though they weighed but few pound. RhaHai Inu. . . . --. worn uprooiea in many aawttnna of Mi j . . . ana onndred ol cellars were flooded because ef the in adequacy of the sewers to carry off the fiOOd. Two inrhM of ..;n aii i .... .nk- -J'"""" ' .. .-,,, loporia a.04 inches. Janeville, Broadhcad and Chippewa Falls report severe ttorms and minor railroad washouts. PALMA SENDS THANKS. Cabaa Prealdeat Rejoices That Treaties w Mtapatteo. Havana, Jnlv 21. PnwMani o-i ha sent a letter toPreaidant ia vu w MUUDD TVJI Bj expressing his personal gratitude for the consideration shown by the United States throughout tbe negotiation of the treaties, and also hia nl.... .u. satifactory conclusions regarding naval sUtions and the Isle of Pine question. The Cuban administration is great T pleated over the action on the treat- tAm Tat-k Ilk it, a. . t V. r . U, ievefl relleretwhat miebt have devAlnnavi u . -aw alU rJZUUSr rassing situation, both to the United V.! Cuh' The ""'oritie earn that the amount of trovernmant land within the area of the naval sta tion at Gnitanamn I. . i. . auucu greater than was supposed. The expense of ac quiring the private holding will not be great e The gunboat Nashville will proceed at once to Bahia Honda, where ihewill Plat lillti ansa L. . i 1 a "j tne uooan engineers. Tha ama ol n . - - aiatiuu ai uania ilonda ha been delimitated, and include land on both aides of the harbor. Hail KM Fruit and Alfalfa. Pueblo. Colo.. Jnl 91 a a- , . .- J Dinviai tu tbe Chieftain from v-int , One of the heaviest hailstorm ever ex perisncea in tins country visited IVine land thi afternoon, accompanied by high wind. The hailstone were as large as walnuts and tbe ground was covered with ice to a depth of three inches. The alfalfa cop was beaten into the ffronn.1 ami Inuu .-I of their fruit.S The area of the storm was only about three mile. Turkey Must Explain. New York, July 21. A report has been recived bv Re. T)r. T r n... of the American ooard of foreign mil . "Tjaraing ine seuure and im prisonment by Turk of Professor Tena. kijian, of Euphrates college, Harpool, a graduate of an American college in Turkey. The professor is charged with conspiracy against the sultan and with fomenting revolution. The report as serts that he has been subjected to cru el treatment. Representations ara be ing made to tbe state department at Washington. Six Regiments Coning Horn. Washington, July 20. In carrying out the program for the reduction o the force In tbe Philippine the ecref tsry'of war ha directed that three reg iment of cavalry and three regiments of infantry be returned to the United States as soon as transportation is tvailable. The regiment having (he longest service in the islands will be silected.