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Ist and 3rd Wed lies* lines. liiectors will call on you, please I e llosettle your bill. i< a rar-1 if you want, printing M,v H send our representative to ! in D. A. I!. Steamer Sailings. sing February lth. the S. S. ;Arlhur’ of the Dominion At t 'Tiiy Line, will he lemporal foi a few weeks, from ifloo-St’ John direct service, to will be given when service 1 COFFEE has won reputation n K f ° rm alif v. Every J bv ollr Trade=Mark. Wal ‘ty wins. ~CK >R belong the Spoils ** Grocers Everywhere. COFFEE CO., Mass l,V "'Nters. That’s Vlf! *; moved U ' ln ® 111 l)0 ' n S nliead inpri,,ting * orihcir support Ule -ervicc I ** M U ' e ! hein t 0 call ou us Pride to our *’ 11 Elm street. Events of th« Week Told In a Few Words. I he ports of Rio Janeiro a~d Santos. Brazil, have officially been declared free from the bubonic plague. The Lawton fund to date amounts to $95,922. Gen. Shafter reports that he has $1,300 at San Francisco. The lower house of the Mississippi Legislature has defeated a resolution “endorsing the action of Congress in refusing to allow Roberts, of Utah, to take his seat.” Heavy snowstorms prevail through out France, especially on the north and west coasts, where numbers of small wrecks have occurred. Philadelphia has been unable to jaise the hundred thousand dollar fund guaranteed to the Republican National Committee in return for the national convention. Professor Alfred J. Henry, for twen ty years connected with the Weather Bureau Service at Washington, has been chosen to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Professor Henry A. Hazen. A Washington despatch says that the American shippers whose goods were on the British ship Beatrice, ; seized off the African coast by British | war ships, have had news to the ef feet that the vessel was released six weeks ago; that the goods which were landed at New London have in part ! been sold. All the mechanical departments at 1 the United States torpedo station were shut down on Saturday for an indefinite period because of the lack of coal. The Surgeon General of the Marine Hospital Service has shipped to Hon olulu 1,900 doses of Kaffkine prophy lactic. This in addition to 1,500 doses of this serum that were sent about ten days ago. Frank Haine was taken from a ho tel at Fritztown. Berk county. Pa., the other day, by whitecaps, who flogged him to cure him of alleged laziness. E. W. Howe, author of “The Story of a Country Town,” will write lay sermons on ministers while the Rev. Mr. Sheldon is conducting the Topeka i Capital. Republican leaders in Washington ' are considering the proposal by Con | gross of a constitutional amendment ! putting trusts under government con i trol as a means of taking the issue out | of the coming campaign. Blue laws were enforced in Balti j more last Sunday, even drug stores being closed. Thousands of names of those who were concerned in techni cal violation of the laws were taken for presentation to the Grand Jury. David MacClure, a wealthy Scotch man. died in Brooklyn, N. Y.. Jan. 28. from knockout drops, after having been robbed. Pensions for old city employes are provided for in a bill before the Leg islature in Albany. Because Dr. Charles E. Woodwood refuses to pay the express charges, the body of his son George, who (lied in Denver, Col., is lying uncared for in the express office at New Egypt, N. J. Official notice has been issued by the Diamond and Goodyear Rubber I Companies of an agreement made with Theodore A. Dodge, of New York, owning patents on single tube bicycle tires, which will, it is be lieved, result in an increase in the price of tires about 50 per cent. The transport Pennsylvania has | sailed from San Francisco for Manila. She carries $1,500,000 in gold coins and a considerable sum in Treasury notes for the payment of the soldiers Two government printers, three men to assist in putting up a refrigerating plant at Manila ?md twenty men of the hospital service also went along. A thousand armed men reached Frankfort, Kentucky, Jan. 25. and stacked their arms in the State House grounds. A public meeting was held, and resolutions adopted asserting their determination to uphold their rights and liberties. The men all wore Republican badges, and the movement is considered as a threat to the Goe bel Democrats. A despatch from Buenos Ayres, Ar gentine Republic, says the bubonic plague has broken out at Rosario, and a rigorous cordon has been estab lished. E. J. Phelps, ex-Minister to Eng land, is ill with pneumonia at his resi dence in New Haven, Connecticut. At the annual meeting of the Massa chusetts Total Abstinnce Society. Sec retary of the Navy John D. Long was elected President. A report of vital statistics of Ha vana for 1899 shows an apparent ex cess of deaths over births of about 4,000. The Commissioner of the Internal Revenue has decided, in effect, that every malt extract composed of malt liquor, combined with drugs, may be sold by druggists without involving them in liability as a retail malt liquor dealer, if they sell it in good faith for medicinal use only. William J. Bryan made a journey into New England Jan. 24, addressing meetings at Stamford and New Haven, and then hurried back to New York to address a public meeting in Jersey City. Thursday, Jan. 25, he went to Harrisburg, Pa. The official census of Puerto Rico, just completed, shows that the popu lation of the island is 957,000. San Juan has 32,000 inhabitants and Ponce has 56,000. It is said that the definitive notes, growing out of negotiations for the j "open door” to trade in China, have been received in Washington from all I °f the powers excepting Japan and Italy. The Glasgow steamer Ardandhu, from New London for Halifax, was sunk in collison with the Metropolitan liner Herman Winter, from Boston for New York, off Robinson's Hole, vineyard Sound, Jan. 23. The chief engineer and second mate of the Ard andhu were drowned. The rest of the crew were landed at Vineyard Haven by the Herman Winter. The National Board of Trade has held its thirtieth annual meeting in Washington. Frederick Fraley, of Philadelphia, was re-elected presi dent. Words. MASONIC DIRECTORY OF A AND A SCOTTISH RITE. Lodge of Perfection meets every first and third Friday nights at 12 Ktieelai:tl st. Robert G. Shaw Counbil meets every third Friday evening iu each month at 12 Kneeland street. William Lloyd Garrison Consistory meets every Friday evening at 12 Koeel »nd street. J. H. Wcolfolk, secretary. Keystone Temple of Mystic Shrine meets the first Wednesday in each month at 12 Kneeland street. J. M. Henderson, Re corder, Deputy and Patron, 124 Camden street, Boston. C. H. ROlilM. (Formerly with the Firm of J. I. Robin son & Sou.) FUR X ITUREantf PI ANO MOVE RS, SOUTH END CITY EXPRESS, May 1 e found at 121 Kendall Street, near Tremont St., Where he will gladly welcome you and perform any duties in the line of teaming. Storage for all kinds of goods. Also Coal and Wood in large or small quantities Will you kindly give me a call? Tele, phone, Roxbury 408. SCOTT’S MAGIC HAIR STRAIGHTENED GROWER BEFORE USING. AFTER USING. Is guaranteed to be perfectly safe and harmless. Is the most wonderful hair preparation in the world, to make kinky, harsh and stubborn hair grow long, straight, soft, pliable and glossy. It restores color .and grows hair on bald heads and thin places. A great hair tonic for all Scalp Dis eases. Price, 25 and 50 cents. SCOTT’S FACE BLEACH AlfD BEAUTIFIES, 25 cts. LITTLE HEM PILLS. Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Kidney Affection, the Completion and For The Blood. Price 10 and 25 cts. At all drug stores or sent by mall on receipt of price. Stamps accepted. Agents wanted. Can make $75 to $l5O per month. Write for instructions. Enclose 2c. stamp for reply* t. o. Bsx 570 SCOn REMEDY C 0 Loulsrtlle, Kj. 5 cents additional for packing and postage. Agents Wanted. To sell “One Hundred Distinguished Leaders” by Charles Alexander, a book containing one hundred portraits and sketches of the leading colored men of lie race. Send 25 cents to the Ad vance for a complete copy. NOTICE. Special cent is tolm in n.oilii gth paper but os this item ■mptrjiet noil mistakes are likely to occur Jj ye ud o e the “A dvance" regularly each week, please notify the office at once. rVTTTTTTTTTTTT* S-WT-T W T V T Tf-fn ’ DATCIIT6 TRAD E E-MaRKS 4 ; r AICNI f ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY j l Notice in “ Inventive Age ” ■■ BC ■■ Ml 1 k Book “How to obtain Patents” | f Charges moderate. No fee till patent is secured. 1 [ Letters strictly confidential. Address, f E. G. SIGGERS, Patent Lawyer, Washington, D. C. 1 Wonderful Discovery OZONIZED OX MARROW the original— copyrighted. The only safe preparation In the world that makes curly hair straight, as shown above. J* nourishes the scalp, prevents the hair H-oin fall ing out and makes it grow Sold over 40 jcais and used by thousands. Warranted harmless. Beware of imitations. Get the OriginallOion* ■ _ Af i Ov MnrroWi as the (jeniimp nover * a, «® to keep the hair pliable and l)ca, i t ' f 2L. cents. Sold by dealers or send us $1.40 Po *«“.” 1 r Express Money order for 3 bottles, express pajA Write your name and address plainly to o*o OX MABKOW CO., 76 WAKABII AYh, CHICAGO, lU, • Boston W eekly gdvance. Circulation unsurpassed by any other Paper of the Race. a Pmrerfnl Tonlo For Tired AdyartlMra. Ob» Basin*. »• snuioo by Infinencing Dodrable Trait A Healthy Hewn- tlit ha. Coma to Stay. It. Baadaaa hay. many H.ed». much Moony. OIBOOIAHOH three tbaea non than All tha Hegia fapwa la Haw England. Office, ; V - Boston $l, OOO REWARD. DIl SHEA MARVELOUS MEDIUM Gives the names of dead and living friends tells who and when you will marry, also of business journeys, lawsuits, absent friends, health or any* thing you wish to know, no matter what it is. lie can call up your spirit friends and show them to vou. <an make them rap all around the room, .le asks no questions, don’t ask you to write names for him. Don’t try to pump you in any way, hut tells you right off. Hois thoroughly endorsed by leading spiritualists everywhere, received from them a gold medal and special license to practice his wonderful powers ; credentials no one else can show, can give thousands of reference to both whit- and colored patrons. Twenty-live years’ practice—seven in Brooklyn—will show you that he can do all he tells of. Can tell what business is best for you and where, how to win speedy mar t inge with the one.von love. How to he successful :n all voar doings, in short, what is best to do He succeeds when all others fail. Positive satisfaction or no pay. Call and see. You will find it lucky to consult this Christian gentleman. He has a medi cine that will cure drunkedness, can he given to pa tients not knowing it. Thousands through him are now RICH, lIAPPV AND SUCCESSFUL with all their undertaKings, while those who nog left his advice are still laboring against poverty. Through his perfect knowledge of chemistry he can impart to you a secret that will overcome vonr enemies and win you friends. His aid and advice has often been solicited; the result has always been the securing of speedy and happy marriages ami all your wishes. In love affairs he never fails. He has the secret of winning the affections of the opposite sex. It is the curse.of Spiritualism that in all large cities there are a class of men ami women who claim power they do not possess. They have neith er gifts, credentials, nor reference. Surely the colored people are not so wanting in senses as to throw time and money away on such. Dr. Shea refers to the Hon. Clias. Miller, capitalist, 2481 Atlantic Avenue: the Hon. Win. Dcnmore, archi tect and builder, 47 Cleveland Ave nue, and Ar thur SeweTl. ship,builder. South Brooklyn. Ali have known him for the past ten years. He gives a free test of His power to all. The doctor has practiced five years in New Orleans, St. Louis, Memphis and Louisville; understands thoroughly the diseases, spells or influences the race is sub ject to. He lias now and always bad large patron age from them. PLEASE REAL TIIE FOLLOWING : Brooklyn, Aug-15.—This is to certify that 1 came to New York from Albany. I was a stranger in a strange city, out of work and out of money. I had no luck in nothing I undertook. Wliat to do I did not know. A friend advised me to go and see Dr. Shea. I did. He told me the cause of my troubles; he took me in and treated me as a broth er. Through him I got a good position that very week. I had been to others; they took my money and did me no good. I bless the day I first met Dr Shea. I would advise all in bad luck, sick or in trouble to go to him at once. Sincerely Albert Ayers, 2987 Atlantic Avenue. Brooklyn, Aug. 15.—Tliis letter is to certify that my husband had gone away and had been absent two years. I mourned for him night and day. I gave him np as dead. Hearing of the wonderful things Dr. Shea was doing I resolved to consult him. He tohl me that my husband was alive and well and where he was; told me lie would come home and when. To my joy all of it came true. He is home now. came hack like one from the dead I also wish to say that this month I lost §250. lam a poor woman and 1 was almost insane. I went to Dr. Shea and he told me I would find my money and to my intense joy 1 did ttinl it as lie told me. I thank Bod there is a man so gifted in our midst that can help people and ted them what to do. Sincerely Mrs. Mary Miller Smith. South l’laintield, N. J. A SENSATION IN BROOKLYN—A MINISTER'S STATEMENT. I wish (o state that one of my parishoners wa» sick and in trouble for a long time, Mrs. Brown, 37 Gay St. No one seem to understand her case. She had several doctors, but none of them seemed to know what was the matter. None couia do her any good. It was ms duty its her pastor to call and see her. Hearing of the wonderful work be ing done by Dr. Shea the last few years, I thought I would call and see him myself. I found him a sympathetic gentleman. He gave me a wonderful test of hi; powers ; told me to send him a lock of patient’s liair, which I did by her daughter. He ti.ld at once what was the matter and in a short time cured her sound and well - Her family had seem ingly been under a cloud. Now ail is changed. All are well and prosperous. I can truly and heartily recommend Dr. Shea, to oil those iii sick ness or distress of any kind.—Rev. William John son, pastor Lebanon Church, Brooklyn. Dr. Shea can show thousands such as the above. I)R. SHEA has been carefully educated in the Homepathic and Electric Schools of Medicine. His success is won derful in curing Paralysis, Rheumatism, Asthma, Sore Eyes, Tumors, Cancers, Constipation, Ague, Dyspepsia, Tape Worms, Liver Corn plaints. Deaf ness, Catarrah, Dropsy, Piles, Nervous Debility, Heart Diseases. Consumption, Diseases of Women and Children, Fits. Kidney Disease, and all strange mysterious diseases which others don’t understand All diseases no matter what they be. Nothing but honorable treatment. He cauatid will honestly tell you if you can be cured. Has all new reme dies and new success. Has an ample experience in public hospitals and private clinics. No trilling with human life. Call at once. Do not delay. Diplomas hang in parlors. Isa registered physi cian. A new remedy for rheumatism just discov ered, not a liniment. Hopeless eases and those that others cannot cure solicited to call. Fat thin, the childless made parents. All letters must con tain §l.OO, two stamps, age, lock of hair, charges for medical treatment only. Closed Sundays. Mention this paper. 651 Fulton StreM, Brooklyn. R i ot Deceived To Tlie Colored People Of America. RECOGNIZING THE FACT that there are many so-called hair growers and straigliteners of Boston, now being offered on tlie market, and knowing C !l certainty that most of these are frauds pure and simple, we wish to make a straight-forward statement to the colored people of America, through its best paper, Thk Advance. In the year Is7l our present Secretary through a fortunate circumstance ac quired the receipt for OZONO. It was not offered for sale or pushed to any extent until 1875 when it was put upon the market and met with marked suc cess. After a thorough test by the leading colored people at that time, it was pronounced an honest, legitimate remedy. True to all we claimed for it and worthy in every respect of the confidence and attention of every member of the colored r<ice. Recause they found it to cause the hair to GROW LONG AND S ritAIGHT, softand fine and as beautiful as an April morning. It also cures all formsof itching, humiliating scalp diseases, stops the hair from falling out, and causes a new growth to grow on the baldest head. Now, whenever a genuine article appears on the market, there are always a lot of people who imitate and make capital out of the merit of other peoples* goods. Seeing our marked success numerous so-called hair growers and straigliteners were put on the market. Of course the colored people had no way to tell that, they were be ing fooled and Jjought most of them to their sorrow. Now we ask you a plain question. Would we absolutely agree to refund you your money provided you are not satisfied with the preparations we man ufacture if our goods were not true to ali we claim for them? We assert right here that we have advertised for nearly ‘24 years offering (o return tlie money for every case in wlnth Ozono did not give satisfaction and we have never vet. had to refund the money. Ozono will positively take the Kinks out of Knotty. Kinky. Curly, Refactory Hair. It will make short, harsh hair, long and' straight. It will cure your head of nil itching, worrying, running scalp diseases. Eczema, Pimples, Dandruff, Itch. etc. It will stop your hair from falling out, It will restore gray hair to its natural color, making the hair Cong and Soft, Fine and Silkv and as beautiful as an April morning. 10.000 people are to-dav using Ozono and not one complaint. We have thousands of testimonials. We have space to publish. Rev. R. Hertz an eminent Colored Divine of the Church writes. I have found your Ozono to prove satisfactory' in every particular. Kite \\r. Rige. Blacksburg, Va., writes Vour prepirition has provenlrue to all you claim for it. The price of Ozono is 50c. a box. It takes from oto 4 boxes to accomplish the treatment. We make this liberal offer good only up to Feb. sth. 1000 Cut out this Coupon and send to us wilh $l.OO and we will forward to you 4 boxes of Ozono and one bottle of Electrical Skin Refiner wl ich makes black skin bright, rough skin sort and pliant and cures all skin diseases. We will also in clude one fancy jar of our Electrical Skin Food—nature’s great beautifier, re moves Wrinkles, Moth patches, freckles and all facial blemishes, and to prove our hheralit vwe will add to this one Package of Anti-Odor. A positive cure for Sore Throat, all forms of Womb Diseases. Chilblains, Sore and Frosted Feet, also removes nil Smells and Odors arising from tlie human body such as Feet, Arm Pits, etc. Remember we will refund the money if you are not pleased wilh ihe goods and positively this offer is not good if you do not send in your order on f>r before February sth. Cut our and mail this Coupon to us with One Dollar and get this Grand Combination Offer, as this opportunity will not occur again. Boston Chemical Cc mpany , 4111. 23rd Street, Richmond, Va . 1 enclose you SI.OO (One Dollar) for which please send me the follow ing goods at once: 4 (Jour) Large Boxes OZONO Hair Grower and Hair Straightener , 1 (one) Large Bottle Electrical Skin Refiner. 1 (one) Large Jay Electrical Skin Food. 1 (one) Large Package Anti-Odor. My Name is Name House No Street City Co State The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one inmate, seventy years of age, who has been in the infirmary for three years, a great sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is never without them. He is willing that his name should be used fa* a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other person to try them. A second old gentleman, in the same institution, eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and finds that help him very much. They also have two nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nen* onsness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that always have a package in their pockets. The matron also staU® that she is forty-five years of age and at times suffers with indigo fion, causing pain and paroxysms of belching, and finds that tfcft Tabules are very good indeed and is perfectly willing to have Ihv name used in a testimonial. WAFTEDA case of bad health that RI-P-A K;8 will net kMtt **&*“£* W B *”* relief. Rote the word R I P-A'K 8 on the package and aooei* ae iah rlOiif. R 1 p-A W-fi. M forhee^fr^ Eh ££• cL n j^r. l 11 Stomach Troubles Take CHAWFOHD SSI OMAGII 124 (jainden street. and LIVER REGULATOR. Jt Vigorales and Builds up the Con- j . , T _, . solution. Sold by VAX! PRINTING DONE J l ( H VIVFiIHFI Cftll or a<l( lresB, 11 Elm street—]>]e . it. UIM I! rimiN phone, 323-3 Harm ark efc-and our rep -88 West Cedai Street, lioston, Mass, eseutntivc will call and see you.