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culty wiH! BLOOD IS UP TO THE CHARGES BY MAJ. BARTELLOT. Ha H»« Not One Wont to Retract—'What Hi! Bnlit thra H« 8a} N«w anl Reltrr ./ ate* that It IK the Truth- I'rpor Safllclent to Corroborate His Statements. LONDON, Oct. 27.—Stanley, interviewed toy a correspondent in London on the charges In Bartellott's diaries and letters, says: "In regard to what I have written in 'In Darkest Africa' about Maj. Bartellott," said the explorer, "I have not one word to re tract. What I said then I say now, and what Hiy is the truth. The rest I have withJI^Htut df regard for the family, par te venerable father of the dead brother Is now attacking me, iy rouse me to declare to the ^whlnh I know, bat of which he has no conception. Yes," continued Stan ley, with a queer look in his eyes, "there is an atmosphere of mystery pervading what transpired at, Yambaza camp, which I should havo wtehed to leave un penetrated. I know the real facts and know them to be black. I know why Bartellott lay Idle at Yambaza «leven months Instead of carrying out instructions and ad vancing, however slewly. I know why Bartellott was killed—killed, I say, not mur dered. I know why my personal effects were sent away so that ia returning 1 found myself reduced to nakelness. I know, in short, all the terrible details of what hap pened between the day we marched forward leaving tite rear guard in splendid condition anxious tq follow on, and another day when niarchina^mickward we came upon Banalya hldegnflK death and disease. All that I knowjp^pdfitof pity for the dead and re spect fflfce living it has thus far seemed right to jfcld pcace." "But sufcely, Mr. Stanley," I ventured, ••These painful facts must ultimately come out, fbr 1 tako it you ars not the only per-' son in possession of them. Bonny, for in stance, must know the whole truth, does he -not?" "Certainly he does," was the quiet answer,"and Ward also. The real truth will, I suppsse, In the end fce known, for the truth is hard to conceal. This much, how ever, I can say, that it would ne'ver have come out through any indiscretion on my part, nor would I now contemplate its pub lication but for the wanton attack upon me made by the very man who, did he but jthat is the nature of the3e ley thought a moment and then an swered: "Written reports made by Messrs. Bonny .and Ward are alone quite sufficient. Those reports are now in my possession." .. But surely the rupurts you speak of were published in your book. "You are right," said he, "and yet you are wrong. It is true, 'In Darkest Africa* contains the reports by Ward and Bonny, ,but are not COQIJ.ljte. For the same reasons mentioned I made extensive revisions and supprossed certain portions and it is pre-' cisely in these portions, revised or sup pressed, that the whole mystery of Yambaza camp is unraveled. "I have often wondered whether a thoughtful person read in? ray chapter en "titled *Sad Story of the Rear Column,' has not been struck with the. fact that much might bo read between ilia iinss, and that ,:the most intcftsting part of. the tame story Is that left untold. At any rate such Is the case, when I came to this meat trying por tion of the book. I found myself in a dilemma. If I related the facts as they transpired I should blacken ths memory of a mistaken but valiant olilccr and bring on an honored name. If, on the ,ni), I made but scant reference to •y of the rear column tho public :t. So as a way out of the diffl as much as I dared and praised I dared, and trusted that no meddling hand would insiston tearing away the veil which had been cast over this chap ter of ugly events." "May I ask whether you have now in view of the attacks in Barttelot's book de cided to abandon tho purpose of suppress Ing portions of the reports comprising?" "That is a question I must have time to consider. In the first place I shall wait un til all these gentlemeu have finished any thing they may .propose writing about the ''exhibition. Then when I have read their books I shall make up my mind as to my 'duty." Leaving this part of the discussion I asked Mr. Stanley to explain what he meant by saying that Ma]. Barttelot had been killed, not murJerad. "That is another lnt upon which I will not speak freely at present," was the reply. "This much, however, I will say. If the man who shot Maj. Barttelot were put on trial for murder in England under tho English law and before an English jury .there is not a fair-miifded man in this country who would findi him guilty." Let me call attention to a paragraph in Bonny's report where he makes reference to the major's death. Mr.. Bonny says: "The major then pushed aside some Man yuen a and passed through them towards the woman who was beating the drum and singing. and ordered her to desist. Just tCTb a shot Was fired through a Icop-hole la tuHflteposite h~ut by the" Sauga woman's hudPQ^»and the major fell dead." "Mov^-satd Mr. Stanley, "bear la mind that where I have printed, 'pushed aside some Manyuema and ordered her to desist,' the original manuscript has been decidedly altered. Appeal to your -imagination and try to supply what really happened.' Re member, Sanga was not a slave, but a great warrior and chief of the tribe. Think what you would do yourself if you saw your wife in a similar position there. With the clew I have given you now I don't believe you can go far astray." Juntiflfd in Hi* NEW YORK, Oct. 27.—AWashington special says it is understood that Ml: nor. the minis ter to Central America, lias received from Secretary Blaine assurances if the approval of the president of his conduct in the Bar rundia case, and has been fully justified in the course he pursued. Struck by a Passenger Train. STUBEXVIIXE, O., Oct. 27.—An eastbound tan Handle passenger train ran into a crowd of five persons walking on the track between here and Mingo la*t evening. Mrs. Bluebank was killed instantly aud Mrs. Mary Wind fatally injured. Joshua Wind bad'hls back broken. PECULIAR INFATUATION!. Di.Terent Me liods of Following the la Junction "Lete One Another." 17o men ever fall in love with each other} Women do. Not long ajro a young wonan in New Jersey was married to a youthful laborer on her father's farm. Sometime afterward it was discovered that the hus bnnl was a female the young wife refused, however, though earnestly entreated by her friends, to give up her chosen consort. The strongest part of the disepvery was the fact that the bride knew her husband was a woman before she was led to the altar. If men do not exhibit this strange lnfatu atit for one of their own sex, they at least often lmos give evidence of the fact that they leve one another. Therj are many instances, on rccord where one man has given h's life for another. There are many more instances where men have given lite toauother. It is a proud possession—the knowledge that rna has saved a precious human life. Merlden, Conn., is the home of such a harP7 man. John H. Prcs'.on, of that city. July 11. If5t0, writes: "Five years ago I was taken very sick. I had several of the best doctors, and one and all called it a compli cation of diseases. I was sick four years, taking prescriptions prescribed by these same doctors, and I tiuthfully state I never expected to get any better. At this time, I commenced to have the most terrible pains In ray hack. One fay an o'd frieiidof mine, Mr. R..T. Cook, of the flrra of'CurUVIfc CcWc. advised me-to try Warner's Safe Cure."as he had been troubled the same way and It had effected a cure for him. I bought si* bat tles. took the medicine ns directed, and am to-day a will man. I am suie no one ever had a worse case of kidney anl liver trou ble than I hat1. Befoqp this I was always against proprietary medicines, but not now, oil, no." Friendship expresses itself in very pecul iar ways sometimes but the true friend the friend in need. Men Who Have Crossed Africa. '. A Brussels correspondent of the Vos siscbo Zettung has made a list of the e£* plorers who have crossed Africa. From 1802 to 1811 the feat was accomplished by a Portuguese, Honordto de Costa fn 1838 and 1853 by Francesco Coimbra and Sliva Porto 1854 by Livingston 1865, Gethard Rohlfs 1874, Lieut. Cameron and Stanley then by Serpa Pinto, the Italians Mattenio and Massari Lieut. Wissmann, who crossed from St. Paul de Loanda to Sad^ni on tho cast coast in 1882 to 1884 the Scotch missionary Arnat, the Portuguese, Capclla and Evans the Swedish Lieut. iGleGrup, who needed the last time, crossing from Stanley Falls to Bogamoyo in six months the Austrian, Dr. Senz Stanley for the second time, and finally Capt.. Trivier, the French traveler. Tho first explorer know, has the best possible motive for re- was ten years, tho latter scarcely a year, straining his tongue and his pen. I ventured to. ask Stanluy If he had the material proofs calculatcd to bear out the insinuations. "Proofs?" was tho reply, "I have a pile of documents calculated. It made public, to Here Stanley checked himself as if re alizing that he was about to say too much, "loibkin? sharply over hii spectacles, fled: "Yoi, I have qi^lte sufficient in crossing Africa.—London Dally News. In Many Forms Scrofula taints tho blood of almost every one. and it .is the causc of much of our lioilltli. If ic attacks the breathing organs, the issue is consumption if the digestive apparatus, tho issue is dyspepsia and do biilty if the muscles, the issue is rheu matism if the nerves, the issue is paraly sis if the glandular system, tho issue is in bails and other superficial.exhibitions of corruption. It Is a mistake to characterize it as unseen. What festers your skin on every little abrasion? Scrjfula. What gives that hack to your cou^h ou exposuro to the slightest damp and cold? Scrofula. What makes your food an oppression? fc'crofula. What racks and twists the bones and sinews as you grow old? Scrofula. It operates by withholding nutrition and de feating all efforts toward nourishment, lifo becomes a burden, and the victim knows not the blessings and happiness pf health, it is your duty to yourself, your family, and your race to manfully oppose aud dis lodge this demon. HJOW?- We c^N only say that others who „wfi!rq. afflicted as^you are hare found relief And cure in "a moderate use of Hood's S&rsapa'rilla, that comptund in which the skill of the modern pharmacist and the science of the most advanced med ical knowledge unite tor the benefit ol suf fering humanity. •. Vanderblltantllllshop. It is not generally known that Bishop, the mind reader, when a boy was much in the household of old Commodore Van derbilt, and that the boy and the Com modore were chums after a fashion. At tlfbt early day the boy possessed the odd faculty that afterward made him fa mous, and it was a favorite trick of the commodore's to place a.hand on the boy's head and demand the price of some rail way stock. As often as not young Bishop gave a correct answer, and the old financier was deeply puzzled by the feat. Koxious lluinors, Combined with .v. lad and water, are'carried to and from every part of the body everj six minutes. In many cases there are flying pains in the body—sometimes in the back, sometimes in the side, and at other times in the arms and legs, and these are often called rhcumutic pains, but in reality art nothing ni ro than wind and water mingled with the biood, and cairicd to every part ol the body in its circulct on. Let anyone troubled with any or all of the symptoms here £03Crlbed take the wonderful English remedy, Bcecham's Pills, four, five, or even six. and afterward two pills morning and ifght for a few days, and they will carry oil all noxious humors, exp 1 the wind, cause a free circulation of the water, and lay the foundation of health and strength. Beecham's Pills are prepared only by Thomas Beecham, St. Helens, Lancashire, England. B. F. Allen Co., 305 Canal street, New York, Sole Agents for the United 8tates. will mail Beecham's Pills on receipt of price, 25 cents a box, if your druggist doss not keep them. THERE is in the yard of Samuel Owens, at Whittier, Cal., an acacia tree that visitors are never tired of. admiring. It has grown from a seed planted two years ago last April, and is 32 feet high. Its trunk, a foot above the ground, is 12 inches in diameter, while tho branches are 1G feet in diameter. SJIRAM C. WHEELER. Importer of Pereheron and Shire Stallions. Odeboltj Sao County, Iowa. LARGEST IMPORTATION of draft stallions to America this season. Quality the very best. First-class horse, either breed. tl,000. Two and three year's time, 8 per cent., en abling horse to pay for himself. IN Bloomfieid, N. J., a few days ago, was buried Adam Metz. a well-known citizen. In accordance with his dying wish his funeral procession was headed by a brass baud and fourteen societies and about 100 coaches followed. When Baby was sick, ws gave her Osstorls. When she wss Child, she cried for Csrtoria, When die became Miss, she clung to CastorUb When she had CfaUdrn. she gave thsmCiitsria. "iTirE Alpena, Mich., fair committee roasted one of the racing oxen and cut him into sandwiches for the crowd. A League of Kindness. The "Children's League of Kindness," in London, embodies a very pretty idea, its primary objuct being to induce chil dren to help children and bridge the gulf between those of affluent and unfortu nate circumstances with deeds of kind ness. The members, children of wealthy parents, give two articles annually, either dolls or toys, to the poor, and the ass ciates (motliors or guardians) give two garments annually.: The'garments are sold at a verv low price, tho pro ceeds of the salo and the -subscriptions going to the children's holiday fund. A Visoase Unaccountably Prevalent. The prevalence of ailments attributable to miitsmatio poison in the air that people iNMtlis. and the water they drin'i, is well nigh nnatcountable. Not alone in pestilential swamps, badly draiued suburban districts, and marshes exposed to the sun's "rays by the re ceding tile, is this scourge of humanity found. Even in great cities, healthfully located, skill. luliy sewered, well looked after in every respect iu a sanitary way, we find maltuia. Its pres. wee is often inexplicable, but its attacks are always preventable. The protector is Hostet ter's htoma^h BitWs. The eradlcator bears the same name—a name known to thousands throughout onr broad land and elsewhere as a synonym of relief, pramtio:i and com of the insidious disorders In its abtniiiuable phases— cbitls and fev«r. bilious remittent, dumb ague and sgue,cake, as well as others. Nor is the Hitters less effective fdr Indigestion, kidney complaint, biliousness, and rheumatism. IT is stated that the report of the latfe royal commission on the blind and deaf has produced a very favorable effect in India, and that voluntary contributions are forthcoming for the erection iA Cal cutta of-an educational institution for the deaf. Baber Girindra Nath Bose, a na tive gentleman, promises 2,400 rupees per annum for three years and 1,000 rupees at once. These contributions the Bengal government will supplement by a grant from public funds, and under its auspices inquiries are being made in England for a competent oral teacher. Bow's 1 his! Wo offer One'Hundred Dollars reward for any enne of catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Ball's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENKY & CO.. Props, Toledo, Chio. e, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last Ii years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financial! mada •WKSI inorauie in alt Business irausacuons. ana tancially able to carry out any obligations ado by their fir n.' KSI & TAUAX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Chio. WAI-OINO, KINNAN & MABVIX, Wholesale Drag .. gists,'l'oledo, Ohio. Ball's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, aoU ing direotly upon the blond and mucous sur faces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 73 cents per bottlo. Hold by all Druggists. NEARI.Y every farmer in the eastern part of Mount Pleasant township, West moreland county, Pennsylvania, and in the northern end of Bullskin township, Payette county, has grown into an agree ment to prevent the killing of all game for the next five years. The signers will prosecute all trespassers. ,: Comni(ndab?c. AH elnims not consistent with the high ehnracter of Syiup of Figs are purposely avoided by the Cal. Ti. By. up Company. It acts gently on tho kidneys, liver and bow els, cleansing the system effectually, but it is not cure-all and makes no pret-n plons that every Lottie will not substan tiate. The SO cents Were Heeded. "Can you give me 30 cents, kind sir?" asked a beggar. "I wish to buy a ham sandwich." "But you can ge^ hatp sandwich, for ianickel." "Yes but the quarter is to fee the waiter with." —i WHEN you are tired of trying to And relief from troublos.of the Liver or Kidneys, buy California Kidney Tea of your druggist. It will relieve and cure any disease of the Liver, Stomach or Urinary organs. Your druggist sells it at SOo a package. Ask him tor California Kidney Tea, and do not be deceived by trying anything else. If your druggist is out of it send to CIUFOBMIA KIDNEY TEA Co.. Fairfield. Ia. WHII.K a political meeting was impa tiently listening to a speech in Alabama last week some one got away with the meat and drink with which the rally was to wind up and the ungorged free men came near lynching some negroes who were suspected of the abstraction. Ir you wish to do the easiest and quickest week's washing you ever did, try Dobbins' Electric Soap next wash day. Follow the directions. Ask your grocer for it. Been on the market 21 years. Take no other. THE English authorities are investi gating the habit of ether drinking, which is said to be spreading in that country, many persons using ether as a substitute for alcoholic liquors. A FATHEB lov-s his child. A mother worships it. Both leeldu the child should occasionally be given D.-. Bull's Worm Destroyers. A CASK of extraordinary longevity is reported by a Monastlr newspaper. In a village near Elbassan lives a man named Ismail, who is said to be 140 years old. THE Chinese say, "When the wind blows your II:e. it's uselus* to tire yourself." About halt ot your toil ean be avoiaeJ by the use o. SAlOliIO. A MAN that oin bo flattered Is hot nt?™* sarily a foo!, but you can always make oao of him. THK best cougli medicine is Plso's Cure for Consumption. Sold everywhere. 25c. KINO ALFONSO h?s lost his youthful face and has the appearanco of having gone to seed. BEECHAM'S Nervous Ills. E'IIXS cure Bilious and EVEBX twenty-four hours 2,'iCO trains leave the London rai.way stations. are cured bu according to DIRECTIONSwitti eactlBums ^SoreTHROA'F' WOL]NDS.Cln&SWELLINGS THE CHARLES ft. V0GELER CO.. Bsltlmof*. BM. WeSiUMrtwfmift 1 BIANOS nilp ANS AiateUfWI -A.<p></p>LSent l-l.l la.<p></p>In Mtl* fel fortrlal your Pown home before you buy. Local Agents must tell inferior instruments or «fcaivetanMewhatwea*k. Pi 11AKCIIAL Mvewk. Cntnlofwefree SMITH 1*IAN« HI., MI* MM H.Y. 1S.C.N.1T. 1 Vo. 44-00 A KANSAS paper says a leading ques tion asked a young lady, who was mak ing final proof on a quarter section, by one of the clerks in the Lamed United States land office was: "Which is the most direct road leading from Larhed to your piece of land, and will you be at home if I should call?" A BLIND old soldier, asking for alms at a Manchester, England, church door, had a board hung rouiid his neck inscribed as follows: '"Engagements, 8 wounds, 10 children, 6 total, 24." A HEW restaurant in Paris has colored men waiters West Indians and other, stranded after the exposition. .!Is-S I COLD For thoy AG. ptexton, bringing buck' the Life Is Misery To thousands of people who have the taint of scrolula'lii their blood. TH» Monies cau el by the dreadful running sores nnd other msnUestar lions of thfs dieea«e ar» bevood description. 'Jhere is ro remedy equal to Hool's Sars^parilH fcr scrofula, bait rheum, and every.lonn of tlood fsease. We know that it has cured the severest cafes and it will benefit a'i who give it a fair trial. "8t*ro.u*a bun/iies in my neck disappeared when I trok flood'S Saraaparilla.1* A. 11. KELLEY, Par kerbburg,W. Va. Hood's Sarsaparilla Fold by all dmpgista. l: fix for *3. Prepared only C. 1. HOOD ic RELIEVES INSTANTLY. InareiMTDEM, WartSB Bt«BswYoric. CO.. Low**1!. Man. too Doses One Dollar Best Cough Medicine. Kecommended by Physicians. Cures where all else fails. Pleasant and agreeable to the taste. Children take it without objection. By druggists. EECHAMS PAINLESS. PI LLdEFFECTUAtT1 W WORTH A GUINEA A BOX.'OT BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS Such as. Wind and Pain.in the Stomach, Fu'ffnesa and Swelling after Meats, Dizziness, and Drowsiness, Cold Chills,Flushings of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness of 8reedh, Costheness, Scurvy, Blotches on tho Skin, Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Dreams, and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations, Ac. THE FIRST DOSK WILL CIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY MINUTES. *£ECHAM'8 PIUS TAKBH AS DIRECTED RESTORE FEMALES TO COMPLETE HEALTH. For Sick Headache, Weak Stomach, Impaired Digestion, Constipation, Disordered Liver, etc., ACT LIKE MAOIC, 8trenath*nlng the muscular Sustem, restoring long-lost kthecM€tfg« of appetite, ileal energy of the haman ANY PROPRIETARY MEDICINE IN THE WORLD. Pwrnirdiml* by T1MM. UGECBAH. Sold bjf Dtuggfetegeneralty. B. F. 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