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STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1898
Both tbo method and results when
Syrup of l?ig8 is taken; it is pleasant
'and refreshing to tho taste, and acta
gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys,
Liver and Howols, cleanses tho sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
(tones and f overs and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is 'tho
only remedy of its kind ever pro-
cluccu, pleasing to tlio taste nna no
coptablo to tho stomach, prompt hi
its notion and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from tho most
healthy and ngrocablo substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to nil and hnvo mado it tho most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50
cent bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not havo it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any ono who
wishes to try it Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
lqwsvw. xr. new york, nj.
It will pay you to read tliH nnd think 1 over
carefully, especially if you Imvo doctored
tlon" tukes nnj oro no better ofl to-day. Wo
nro ronutablo physicians, honored nnd rO-
fctioctccl in our own eltv.
For over 20 years
a liavo mudo a specialty ot tlio nervous
disorders of men and women and our romdey
r-, is mo result or many years
f experience HAK-1JKN will
f not rcstoro you In a night,
r -Sri nor a week, but wKh pa-u-
i tlonconnd thrjonrreet usoof
. our rcatmniit, wo do assert
It will uosltlvelv niitho a
man of you In time. II.VH-1IEN
alo nt nil drus stores nW-dose box for 60
cents, ono to two months' treatment. You
need not bo ashamed to ask for It. Its uses
nro many, and no matter what Toon object
Is In taking It, no ono need bo tho wiser. If
you prefer, send us 81.00 nnd wo will forward
a 00-doso box by moll, securely scaled, along
with a fow private words of udvlco to suit
your Individual case In complicated eases
ot lost vitality liAU-UUX may bo talton at
homo, under our directions, or wo will pay
railroad fares and hotol bills to all who pre
for to como to us for troatment, It wo fall to
cure. It will only cost you a stamp to
loam full particulars and It Is a duty
you owo to yourself that you should
writo to-uay. Wo answer all lottcrs in plain
cnvciopo and now on corre
spondence strictly confidential.
Drl. Barton and Benson,
I Suite 81 J8 Public Sq .CJtvclind.O.
Initst on (culuc IB gfuln
It strengthen i the nerves.
mh A CO dot box iocWcuU.
ALL DltUGGIsi'S IN CANTON
to think "fe
male diseases "
could only be
treated alter "lo
c a 1 examina
tions" by physi
cians. Dread of
kept thousands of
silent about their
suffering. The In
Wine of Cardul has now demon
strated that n!ne-tenth3 of all the
cases of menstrual disorders do
not require a physician's attention
at all. The simple, puro
taken In the privacy of a woman's
own home Insures quick relief and
speedy cure. Women need not
hesitate now. Vlno of Cardul re
quires no humiliating examina
tions for its adoption. It cures any
dlseast that comes under the head
of "female troubles" disordered
menses, falling of tho womb,
"whites," change of life. It makes
women beautiful by making them
well. It keeps them young by
keeping them healthy. $1.00 at
the drug store.
For tdvlca In eases requiring: special
dlrsctlons. address, clvln? symptoms,
the "Ladles' Advisory Department,"
The Chattanooca Medicine Co., Chatta
W. I. ADDISOII, M.D., dry, Miss., uyi:
"I use Wine of Cardul extensively In
my prtetlceand And It amoit excellent
preparation for female troubles."
for a generous
TRIAL 81 ZB.
contains no cocaine,
mercury nor any other
It is nulok ly A l sorted,
uives ucuet at once.
Altars inflammation. Heals and PmteoU the
Membrane. Kettores the Hemes of Taste nail
Bmell. Full Blie duo.) Trial Bite wo at UruigltU
iY 1M0THEI18. M Warren Street, New York.
In pursuance of the order of tho Probate Court
oi owns county, uuio, i will oner lor.saie at vvy
41a auction, on
Saturday, March 51b, 1898,
it 1 o'clock n.m,.unon the nremlses. the folloi
lng described real estate, belonging to the e.Ute
Domlnick Tyler, free ot the dower Interest of
C'fttnarlnn Tyler therein, situated in tuo city of
-uanton, county ot nturn anq Dtoie ot ymo, ana
known as lot number three hundred and seventy-
(JJDIund three hundred and eighty utu In
tbe city of Uantou, Ohio, formerly known as lotr
number nine Ml and ten (101 In Havnold's addition
to too stiy or uanion
., -. ....
Auuralied at V WXJ.00
Titiui of Kale 'A cash on day of salet 'A in one
'A cash on day of tale
vear nnd lA in two years from ilav of sa
ear and 'A in two yean from Jay of, sale, resimo-
lively deterred iayments to bear interest from
the day of sale, parable annually, and be secured
br uiortauiie du the ureinlies. Purchaser to ba
given immediate iwtieision of property.
1IKNHY W. HOBBiiBn, ,
.TruiHe for the beaedt of the credl
.. .... tors of Koinliilo Tyler. ,
XoOabtt k MoPovkll, Att'ys. t lObir
FRANCE'S BIG FAIR.
THE PAWS EXPOSITION OF 1900 AL
READY BEGINS TO TAKE SHAPE.
Rome of the Frluotpftl Itarri of the
Grant Enterprise Two rermsnent rl
nets In Coarse of Kreotloa Corn llusk
Costumes From Kant.
Tho year 1000 is still somo llttlo dlstnnco
In tbe tuturo, but the Fronoh aro pushing
work on tholr opposition, whloh Is to bo
hold In I'nrls at tho contury'a oiul, with ns
much onorgy ns If it were only a month or
two away. As n result tho opposition has
already begun to take doflnlto slinpo. You
may rest assured that Paris will havo n
world's fair well worth soolng, ono which,
although it may bo unpntrlotlo to admit
it, will fairly ocllpso our exposition of flvo
years ngo at Chicago.
In shupo and situation tho world's fair
of 1000 will rcsomblo a hugo letter H, with
tho tops of tho porpendioulars slightly ap
proaching each othor. Tho horizontal
stroko represents tho Solne from tho 1'ont
do la Concordo to tho Pont d'.Tona. This
portion of tho Solno will brcomo tho "Uuo
do Vcnlso' with gondolas, ailnuos and
plonsura craft of ovcry description. Tho
quays of tho northern bank of tho Solno
OltANT) PALAIS, PA1H8 EXPOSITION.
will bo transformed Into tho "lluo do
Paris," with scores of thuators, panoramas, '
novoltlus nnd attractions. Tho southern '
bank of tho Solno will bo set apart for tho
palaces and pavilions of foreign countrios,
nnd for tho building of military nnd nnvnl
arts, nnd for maritime commerce, navlgn-
Tho eastern ! perpondlcnlar of tho n '
represents tho Avonuo Nicholas II, nt
right nnglcs with nnd wider than tho
Avonuo des Chnmps Elysocs. Fnolng
each othor on tho Avonuo Nicholas II nro
the two vast structures called tho Grand
Pnlole nnd tho Petit Palais, which oro
Tho western perpendicular of tho II ox-
tends from thoTrocndoro palnco across tho
Pont d'Jonn, lnoludos tho Eiffel towor and
tho Chnmps do Mars nnd rcnohos to tho
Ecolo Mllitnlro. Screening tho Eoolo Mill
talro, tho enormous Sallo des Fetes will bo
built, nnd In front of this tho fnlryllko
palaco of Electricity, forming n rcsplon
dont terminus for this great artery of tho
Tho principal building of tho oxhlbltlon
will bo tbo Grand Palais, dcslgnod by M.
Louvet, which will oocupy 33,000 squaro
motors of ground surfaco nnd Is bolng
tJlUVilUU UI1 bIJU HUBV BlViU Ul bilU XI tUllUrj
Nloholns II. During the exposition tho
Grnnd Palais will bo used for tho exhibi
tions of painting, sculpturo nnd musla.
Tho horso show will nlso tnko plnco In tho
Grand Palais. Tho foundations aro ter
minated and tho walls uro already about 7
feet high. The pcdostals of tho columns
mcasuro 8 cublo motors nnd weigh 7, GOO
kilograms cneh. Tho mnsslvo nrchltccturo
nnd imposing rows of splondld columns
which characterize tho Grand Palais de
signs nro universally approved,
Tho Grand Palais nnd tho Petit Palais
nro pormanont structures of mosonry, Tho
material is tho usual light colored build
ing stono of Paris. Blocks from tho Pulals
do l'lndustrlo aro being employed In tho
construction of tho Grnnd Palais nnd tho
Potlt Palais, which aro now rising from
tho debris of that familiar edifice.
Tho nows of tho death of tho United
States commissioner, Major Handy, was
rocolvod with dcop regret by M. Alfrod
Picnrd and tho othor opposition authori
ties. Mcnnwhllo his duties nro being per
formed by Colonol Challlo Long, who Is
zcnlously looking nfter tho lntorcsts of
American exhibitors. Colonol Long has
already succeodod In acquiring additional
spaco for tho United States, and hopes to
obtain evon moro. Tho United Statos has
so far obtained 150,000 squnro foot, ox
oluslvo of whnt Is to bo accorded in tho
spoelnl subject sections.
Among tho novelties whloh will bo seen
in tho American exhibit will bo corn cos
tumes from Kansas. Thcio wore first dls-
iCOSTUUB OF COUN IIUBES.rOIt TUB PAT.IS EX
POSITION. played at tbo Mg corn fostlval held In
Atohlson three years ago. , Slnco thon thero
has bcon suoh a domand for costumes
mado of corn husks that a.ttnlqua industry
has boon established in 4hat city. Tho
Parisians, hearing of this novelty, mudo a
request for this addition to tho Amorlean
exhibit, sa several oxnmplts of oorn dress
making and oorn , husk uillllnory will be
Thousands sufferf rom Catarrh or Cold
in the head and have never tried tho
popular remedy. There is no longer
any excuse, as a 10 cent trial sir.o of Ely's
Cream Onlin can be had of your druggist
or wo maul it for 10 cents. Full tiro 60
ELY DUQ8 6dVnrren St., N, Y. City.
A friend advised mo tb try Kly's
I beliove mysoll cured of catarrh. It is
a most valuable
Hlewnrt, 021 Grand
Earl's Clover Root Tea,Vfor Consump
tion, It's tho Best, and If after using It
yon don't say so, return the package
and got your money. Sold by Fred F.
Bhnnafclt ot Co.: E. L. Ort, Market and
Bth Bt.5 E. (1. Miller. Knst Knd.
A NOTED HAWAIIAN.
President Dole's rrlrnto Secretary Is ill
Ono of tbo most noticcablo figures in
tho llttlo group of men who havo no
oompnulcil President Oolo nbout the
country is that of Major O. P. Iuultcn,
JIAJOU C. P. IAUKKA.
Ills prlvnto eccrctary, nltl-do-camp nnd
right linud innn. Lots of pcoplo havo
wondered who ho was, for ho Is a strik
ing looking limn. Ho is big mid tall nnd
looks llko n mnn of distinction. His
bearing is military nnd graceful. Ho is
nlso modest nnd nffablo, but nt tho snmo
tlmo diplomatio. Stato secrets nro safo
with him, ns tho reporters hnvo found
Sccrotnry Innkcn is n nntivo Honolu
Innn. Ho wns bnt n lad of 10 when tho
royal rulors found that thoy needed his
Rorvico. Tlint wns 23 years ngo, nnd ho
has been in continuous servico over
slnco. Dnvid Knlnkun, king of tho Hn
wniinn Islands, wns tlio first to tnko to
tho yonug mnn. Ho mado him his cbnui-
bcrlnin nnd privnto scciotnry. Tuo king
died nnd tonecn iitliuolmlaui tool: tho
throno. Still Iaukea hold his plnco, nud
in n llttlo whila was promoted to tho
position of president of tho laud office
Ho wnH tll0 ngcmt oi tuo crown iands
vnM U)oy wcro turncd ovcr tQ t)0 pofl.
P, ? 0 l.o has ohnrgo of tho pub-
His first trip nbrond wns in 1888,
when ho reproBCUtcd his government nt
tho coronation of tho czar of Russia,
'ruo peoplo nt homo nnd tho powers
tuat woro im( by tbjH timo colno to roo.
Buizo th0 6tatOBinnulIkoqnnllHcao tho
ulnn and thoy doubled his mission. Ho
was Bout to Japan nud India in tho in-
forests of cmigratiou beforo ho returned
to his native isles.
It happened tlint iu 1887 ho wni tho
chnniberluin nnd sccrotnry of tho queen,
when tho jubileo iu Loudon broko out.
Ho took chargo of tho royal party, in
cluding tho two queens, Liliuokalnui
and Lnpiolani, nul went ovor to tho
queon's jubileo. Ho says that is nbout
tho wny it has been nil tho timo, but
that ho has mauaged to onjoy lifo.
SENATOR HANNA'S SON.
lias Succeeded In lltmlncn", hat Has Made
n ralluro of Matrimony.
Daniel It. Hnnnn, who has boon
brought beforo tho public oyo through
tho medium of tho divorco courts, is tho
ouly sou of Senator M. A. Hnuua aud
DANIEL n. IIANNA.
is tho virtual head of tho oxtonsivo ship
ping, iron and conl business of tho sen
ator. Dan Hnunn is nlmost ns woll
known inOlovolnud nshiadistinguishqd
father. Ho is very prominont socially.
Ho bolongs to tho Union, Tuveru, Cen
tury, Roadsido and Couutry clubs and
is n leader iu tho movements of tho
fnshiounhlo set of tho Forest City.
His full linmo is Dnuiol Rhodes Han
na. Ho was nnmod aftor his mntornnl
grandfather. Though ouly about 83
years old, ho has shown liimsolf to bo a
man of much business ability. Ho is
bloud and good looking. Ho bears con
sidorablo resemhlaueo to hia father,
though ho is thrco or four inohoa tailor.
Indood, ho is ono of tho tallost mon iu
Clovoland. Ho spends money frooly nnd
bolongs to tho "sporty" or "horsy"
class of wenltby young mon.
Mrs. Ilanun wns Cnrrio Mny Harring
ton. Sho is nbout 80, 6 feot 0 inches
tall, dark and boautiful. No brunotto
iu Oloveland Js handsomer. Hor family
inoved thore from Detroit not long bo-
t foro tho marriage Thoy had boon poor,
but at or about that timo tho fathor in-
.horlted mouoy from a sister.
Cnrrio Mny wns tho youngest child.
Sho and young Hanua wero mombers of
A sailing 'party up tho lakes. Roth woro
oarcoly moro than children, Thoy fell
in doro, and at an uppor lako port they
leftrtho boat and wero married in Es
loanabs, Mioh. This was iu 1887. Somo
timo'lator thoy announced tho wedding.
Tho Haunas woro displeased, bnt mado
tho best of it.
Tho.yotiug pouplo havo always movod
in tho best of society aud until lntoly
Bcomod .to got nlong woll togothor.
Though much given to sooloty, Mrs.
Hnuua has won tho respect of all by
iior devotion to her children.
Give tho Children a Drlnlc
called Graln-O. It is a dollcious, nnpetiz
lug, nourishing food drink to take the
place of coflep. Sold by nil grocers and
ked bv all who 1 in Vs"dH it heciu e
thbJwWpSSrit tas es' ke
ti,a ,; Li, i!,, 'u r, r,-. ..n ia
the tinest collee but is froa from nil its
Injurious properties. Oraln-0 hUIs dlgos.
tlon and stronglhtwi the nerves, it is
not a stimulant but a health builder,
and children ns well as adults, ran drink
it with grfxt be ne tit. Cos is about as
much as collee, 10 and 25 cents.
THE BEAK IN CHINA.
AHY RUSSIA OBJECTS TO THE OPEN
ING OF TA-UEN-WAN.
Tim I.onjr Flglit to Kopp tho Itallroad Out
of the Flowery Klncdnm Given Up at
Last The Czar's l'lans I'or nn Knstern
Jnt now tho most Important featuro of
tho sqnnbblo over tho looting of Chlnn Is
tho withdrawn! of Kiinlnnd's demand that
Vn -Lion Wan bo mndo n frco port and lirr
reasons for mnklng that ilnumml In tbo
first plnco. It wns n shrewd ilrltlsli movo
to chockinato Itussln.
As is well known, tho pot project ot tho
czar Is to mako Port Arthur, which ho 1ms
rccontly ncqulrod, an oriental Qlbrnltar.
The reason ho iloslrcs to have bucIi n
stronghold In tlio far onBt Is hecuueo ho
plans to mnko tho tormlnnl of tho Trans
Siberian rullroatl an linprcgnoblo Etrong
hold. Ho Is pushing forward with nil
hasto his railroad, tho greatest enterprise
of tho kind over untlortnkcii.
Groat Urltaln's demand tlint Tn-Llnn-Wnn
should bo mndo n treaty port knocked
his plans nil nskow. A glanco at the map
will mnko tho situation elenr. Tn-Llon-Wtin
Is on tho eastern sldo of the Hcgont's Sword,
not for from Port Arthur, nnd command
ing tho approaches to tho latter at tho rear
or landwnrd sldo. II ltwcro iiinuo nn opon
port, Itussli scoinineralnl facilities ntl'ort
Arthur would not bo Impaired, but her
dream of making n now Gibraltar there
would bo dissolved into thin nlr.
It wns that consideration that Impelled
Russia not only to protest ngalnst tho
opening of Tn-Llon-Wnii, hut actually to
threaten China with forco to prevent her
from making such n concofslon. She doos
not wish to lliid, after bulldlnp a railroad
from thu Urals to tho Yellow sea, the only
satisfactory terminus check by Jowl with
a port throiiKod with British nnd Japa
nese ships. On tho othor hand, Grcnt Brit
ain nnd Jnpnii.'whilo freely granting Rus
sia's right to ncccss to thoso waters, sought
to proont her having n monopoly of tho
northern bulwarks of tho entrnnco way to
Peking for tho undisguised purposo of
transforming thorn Into n Russian fortress.
Whllo this controversy is being thrashed
out, It Is of interest to obsono that tho
work of thu engineer is being pushed In
MAP 8H0WIXO IinSSIAN" r.AILUOADS IN CIIIKA.
various parts of the bmplro which was so
long scaled ngnlnst such Innovations. It
was as long ngo us 18(13 tlint the first Chi
ncso railroad wns projected, but It was
never built, tho opposition of tho man
darins proving too strung. Tho second at
tempt wns nt first successful. A line was
built In 1870 from Hhanghiil to Woo-Sung
and actually put into operation. But tho
natives wero scandalized by such nn ex
hibition of thu blaek arts of tho "forolgn
deUls" nnd literally roso In rebellion
ngalnst it, so that for tho sako of penco tho
mils had to bo torn up and tho whole en
terprise abolished. Somo of tho plant was
sent to Formosa and laid down there, but
tho bulk of it wns thrown into tho Vnng-to-Klaiig
and still lies rusting at tlio
bottom of that rler. It was perhaps a
good thing that that road did not prosper,
for It was of nnrrow gaugo only 3 feet 0
Inches and It would hne been n misfor
tuno to hnvo that established as tho bttuul
md Knt!o throughout the empire.
Tho ilrst successful rnilrond was built
by LI Hung Chang in tho eighties. That
farhcctng statesman determined to intro
duce Into thu umpire what ho recognized
to be ono of tho most valuable adjuncts of
elvllbatlon, and ho undertook to do It on
his own account and on his own property
Ho opened biimo Iron minus at Lln-Sl, In
tho north, In 1881, and built u trnmway to
connect them with tho nearest canal. This
was workud by hursopnwur, but it demon
strated tho voluu of such a roadway. Then,
in 1888, ho had I lie tramway transformed
Into n steam railroad. Tho story of that
work is a most romantlo ono.
Tho rhlof onglneor was nn Englishman,
n Mr. Kinder. lie wns compelled to work
by stealth, as though ho wero committing
6(iinu great crime. Ho had to build tho
llrst locainotho secretly, out of such tcraps
of machinery as ho could pick up. Ho got
somo small driving wheels as scrap cast
ings and a holler from a wornout station
ary engine, whllo n local winding engine
furnished him with a cyliudor and pUton.
When tho thing was only linlf done, tho
authorities got wind of it and ordored
work stopped nt onco, nud it took nil of
Li's tnot aud lnlluenco to got tho order re
voked and permlbslon (jh en for tlio com
pletion of tho lino on his own private
It wns not long beforo tho downgcr em
press been mo interested In tho ontorprlso,
nnd sho nnd LI togothor got tho govern
ment to consont to nn extonslon of tho
lino under official control. It was llrst ex
tended to Lu-Tai, then to Peh-Tnng and
Till; n, then to Tlcn-tsln and finally to n
point ton miles beyond Shan-IInl-ICwan,
its present limit. It is now, however, to
bo prolonged northwmd and eastward, to
connect with tho Hussion system at Klrln.
Tho plans for tho Russian railroads in
China nro oxtenslvo. A urnnoh Is to bo
run from tho Slbcilan rond from n point n
llttlo oast of Lnku llalknl down through
Mongolia nnd Manchuria to Klrln, but
not touohlng tho f acrid olty of Mukden,
which is to ba ontered ouly by tho Chinese
lino. Thuiico it Is to branch In two direc
tions. Ono branch will run north nnd oast
to Vladivostok, nnd tho othor southward
to Port Arthur, thoro finding tho terminal
so long desired. A bettor could not be
wished. Tho port Is a commodious one,
already supplied with fine docks and ship
yards. It Is always freo from loo. It is
enpnblo of bolng fortified into n practloally
Impregnable state. Thorn is a good supply
of fresh water nt hand for shipping. In
deed it is au ideal placo for either a naval
station or n commercial emporium. If
UiiBsla could mako the approach to It
nlong tho peninsula socuro shu would bo
satisfied. To muko it thus scouro is tho
tusk sho now has In baud, nud nn uncom
monly hard tr.kl- I, iimionrs to hn.
That pleasure is thero in life with u
headache, constipation and biliousness?
thousands experience them who could
become perfectly healthy by using De-
witt's Litt'e inrly Klsers, the famous
little pills. E. C. Miller, East End Plinr.
F. P. Shanafelt & Co., and Fisher's
Don't annoy others by your coughing
and riBk your lifo by neglecting a cold.
One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs,
colds, croup, grippe and all throat Rnd
lung troubles, K. O. Millar, East End
Plinr., F. P. Shanafelt & Co., Mel
bourne Hotel, Fisher's drag store,
GOLD AND KNOWLEDGE.
hno Aro the Thlncs For Which
Crane Goes tn Atnnlta.
Mrs. Alico Rollins Crnuo, who is now
m her way toward tho goldflolds'of
Mnskn, goes thcro for n threefold pur
poso. In tho first placo sho goes ns nn
lecredited commissioner of tho bureau
of American ethnology of tbo Smith
touiau institution. In tho second plnco
r-ho goes ns n mngnzino writer, with pen
Ind kodak iu liund, nnd thirdly sho
rroos ns nn argonaut, looking for n golden
fortune Mrs. Cruno is a distinguished
member of tho Southern California
Academy of Sciences nnd 1b, besides, n
Writer of ability nud n student of Indian
llfo nnd folklore.
"I hnvo no fixed or dcfluito plnn,"
sho says, "nsldo from my intention to
go into tho heart of tlio Alaskan wild-,
nud seo nil that is to bo soon nnd licnr
nil that thero is to hear. If whnt I seo
and whnt I hear oiiablo mo to grasp n
fortune from tho storo of hidden wealth
along tho streams and rivers nud nmoug
tho mountains, I will not complain.
"I will bo frank enough to confess to
n theory or belief call it which you
will that is nn inceutivo to my desiro
for ndventuro. For yenrs I havo lived
among nud btndicd tho liven uud cus-
.' -K " v
vrisr.. k , lif iz&vn.'
-lit I " .A.
Mr.S. ALICK ItOLMKS C1IANE IN ALASKAH
tonis of tho Indians iu California, Ari
zona, New Mexico nnd old Mexico. It
hns been my good fortuno to como to
know nn Iudinu as ho knows himself.
This knowlcdgo hns taught mo tlint
what a red mau doos not know of na
tnro's scorots is hnrdly worth knowing.
If tho beds of Alnskn's water courses nro
paved with nuggets of gold, you may
rest assured tlint tho fact hns been
known to tho Indians of Alaska for gen
erations. If thoy know it, I shall know
it, nnd knowing it will profit by tho
SORROW HER LOT.
Tho Llttlo Ctrl Who May Somo Dny 11a
(Juecn of Spulu.
Tho llttlo Arohduchoss Elizabeth,
whoso betrothal to Alfonso XIII, tho
boy king of Spain, was rocently nn
uouueed, is tho grnuddnughtor of Francis
Joseph, emporor of Austria. Sho is only
15 years old, hut has already had her
sharo of trouble. Iu hor thus far brii f
lifo tragedy hns chased scandal uud
Her father wns Crown Princo Ru
dolph, whoso tragio dentil, by murder or
suicide, nt Moyerling, nfter n lifo of es
capades, was ono of tho most extraordi
nary stories of his generation. Her
mother, Crown Princoss Stepbanio, is
tho daughter of tho king of Belgium,
a woman erratic ns tho wind, whoso
nets havo frequently given riso to scan
dals nud who hns uover shown a mother's-
lovo for her child.
Woro it not for tho niTootion of tho
nged emperor, who has been not only a
fathor but u companion ntid playfellow
of tho little heiross to his throne, her
lifo wonl 1 hnvo bcuu far from hnppy.
Sho was bom tho child of a loveless
marriage on Sept. 2, 1883, nnd wns
named Elizabeth Mario Heuriottu
Stcphnnio Gisela. Sho took her first
communion when 12 yenr3 old in tho
chapol of tho imperial palnco nt Vien
na. At tho conclusion of tho ceremony
sho gave her mother tho cut direct, and
walking up to tho old emporor was
clasped in his arms uud covored with
By Rudolph's will sho was mado tho
ward of hor grandparents, aud nobody
wus surprised or displeased, unless it
was Stophauio horself, who uover show
ed any signs of anger at this post mortem
evidence of tho crown priuco's soutii
ivtnnra finnwl fir lit ti a til f ji
cm 7f"tu",,B "" """ . , tl
Should sho become tho consort of tho
yuuiiuiu ai"h u uiutll, wnu la lillt'U
years nor junior, eho will llkoly liiul
moro trouble uwoitiug her iu trying to
cost easy upon that totterinu throue.
Gbntb: I was dreadfully nervous, and
tor relief took your Karl's Clover Itoot
Tea. It quieted my nerves and strength
ened my whole Nervous system. I wae
troubled with Constipation, Kidney and
Bowel troublo. Your Tea soon cleansed
my system so thoroughly that I rapidly
regained health and strength. Mrs. b.
A. Sweet, Hartford, Conn, Bold by Fred
P. Bhanafelt & Co., K, L. Ortt, Market
Bt; E. C. Miller. East End.
Energy all gone? Hendnche7 Stom
ach out ol order? Simply a case of tor
pid liver, liurdock Blood Hitters will
make a new man or woman out of you.
MA' tit 3& ",?:
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m. mi?;x.v '' -tew
Devotes Much of Her
From the Evening
Mrs. John Taniey, of 130 Baker Street,
Detroit, Michigan, is one of thosa women
who always know just what to do in all
trouble and slokness. Ono that is a mother
to those in distress. To a reporter she said :
" I am the mother of ten children and
have raised eight of them. Sevcrnl years
ago we had a serious tlmo with my daughter,
which began when tlio wai about rtxtecn
years old. She did not hnvo any serious
illness but seemed to Gradually waste away.
Having never had any consumption in our
families, as wo come of good old Irish nnd
Scotch descent, we did not think it wai tlint
disease. Neither did she havo n hacking
cough, yet sho grew thinner nnd paler each
day. Our doctor called tho disease by nn
odd name which, as I afterward learned,
meant lack of blood.
"It Is imposiblo to describe the fivltntjs
John nnd I had ns we noticed our daughter
slowly IMmlntr nwny from us. As a lnt re
sort I was induecd to try T)r. WHliann' Pink
l'llli for Pa'.e People, made by the Dr Wil
liams Medicine Company, Schenectady, N.
Y., which I uiiderst'iod contained in n con
densed form all the elements necessary to
give new life anJ richness to the blood and
r&im'nnnA a KrbMUL
IOO STYLES TO SUIT ALL WRITERS.all STATIONERS HAVE THEM.
ZC JOHN ST, NW YORK-AND CAMDEti , N.J.
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tlnD i f in ii i i it . nn in
ftrHEEvUhSCHEMii-iini), brail'". Mm aotnuvi lit
: NciNriHTi.o EKa y "r"BCl,
or Miit in I'liiin urtpjir,
by fx priii, lupuiil. fur
81.1X1. r I i.i.tllin, $.2 7'.
Circular mnl uu rpgumt
C. luiwl lilt Cliiun.
A St. Iji jii iudftid attempted to hold
up Cuhiml Kit Chum of Kiutucky one
night ri n ntly, and tbo aforthuid loot
pud hamtduuo any thing fcinco. If thin
is n man cti eurlh w bom footpads fchiiil.l
shun as u tunpcrute rnii shuns a blind
tigir, tLut man is Kit (Jhiuii. He is u
bom ulur, aid bis faMiri'.e wcajiiiie
are thi' mes Litb tl'C Cnutor indov. d
him Willi ut Ji is lirth. He is one ot the
few uiiu in Ki Mf ky who hold tbo use
of pihtol or kuiio iu conk nipt nud in to
tally deM-id ot ltar. Iio hux luught a
wilde.it iu tl o open with nothing but
his bare Lnmklts mid come out winner,
and it is k.hI thi.t upon one (itenhiou lie
oil'ered to fibt u rnttleMiaku nud give
him tho i.st Lite. Olatgow (Ky. )
"Did you oer," asked tho young
husband, "uue your wife look yuu m
tho eyo whui you eamu liomo nnd as-k
you if you had not foigotten homu-
"Many a time, mo boy, " answered
tho old mai'iied man. "ahu dots yet.
Iu tho early days it UM'd to mean u kis.i,
now it is uhtiully a reference to wijiing
my blioeb. " Cincinnati Enquirer.
Just tlio Word I'or lllm.
"Iu your letter to mo nbout tho post
offlco nt t-orreltop, " said tho benator,
"you spoko of Higgitibido us tho 'pres
ent incumbrance. ' You menu, of course,
tho 'present incumbent. ' "
" 'Iuenni bianco' is tho right word,
senator," replied tho man who wus utt
er Higgiusido's job somewhat stillly.
TH10 MODERN WAY
Commends itself to the woll informed
to do pteasantly ond efleetuolly whnt
was formerly done in the crudest man
ner and disagreeably as well. Tq cleanse
the system and break up colds, head
aches, and fevers without unpleasant
after eflects, use the delightful liquid
laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs, Made
by California Fig Syrup Co.
I J. V. Ilowmnn, of New PltUbnirir, O.,
4 necomme,;8 Wr,Bt.. colery
New Pittsburg, 0 Jan. 21, 1897.
To The Wright Medical Co,, Columbus,
O.: DearSirs I have purchased a box of
Wright's Celery Capsules from George
Krelgor, druggist, Wooster, O., and used
them for rheumatism and stomach
troublo. The Cnnsulesrelleved me and 1
am now in excellent health. ' It is the
best remedy I ever used. I am out In all
kinds of weather carrying overland mail,
and am now in perfect health. I gladly
recommend the Capsules.
Very truly yours,
J. F, llowman,
Sold by all druggists at GUo and tl 00
per box, Send address on postal to the
Wright Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio, for
trial slro, Iree.
All the healing balsamic virtues of the
Norway plnu are concentrated in I3r,
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. Nature's
own remedy for cougliH and colds.
uwi Q1 w tr.otDra
. u. b. a. vara
Time to the Benefits ofl
She Helps Them.
R'euii, Detroit, Jicft.
restore shattered nerves. Deforf she hs,d
taken half a box, thero wns n, deckled chance,
and after three months' treatment you would
not hnvo recognlrcd her, as her health ws
so frreatly improved. She gained In flesh
rapidly and soon wns In perfect health. I
have always kept the pills in the house since
and have recommended them to every one I
could. I hnvo told many mothers nbout
them and they havo made some wonderful
cures. Ono of the girls had a young lady
friend that came to the house nlmost every
day, nnd sho was a sight. Honestly, she
seemed nlmost transparent. I did not care
to have my daughters nssocintc with her, a
I wns nfrnld sho would drop dead some day
when thoy wero out on the street. I recom
mended and hogged her to take Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills for l'nle People, nnd told
her of their sterling qualities and how the
cost was slight, being only CO cents a box or
six boxes for $2.50, nt any druggUt's. Final
ly I induced her to try them.
"They helped her wonderfully, nnd un
doubtedly sived her lite. She now recom
mends them to other young women.
"Lvery mother in this land should keep
these pills in the house, ns they arc good for
ninny otlier ailments, i aoni uencre in
doctoring nnd nejer spent much money In
medicines, but I can recommend Dr, Wil
liams' Pink Pills to every mother that hM
a daughter just comiuglnto womanhood."
LACE CURTAIN SALE
S5.00.S6.50 S7.50, S8.5Q
A PA IK.
Bought nearly ton
thousand do 11 n rs'
worth for cash at
lower priced than
tho product of St.
Gull was ever sold
in America. White,
Ivoiy and Ecru
lrUh Puinte Lace
and Ivory Swiss
Ivennissnnce a n d
the swtdl now dark
Araho color Swiss
Arabian Lico Cur
Wo have every reason to bblievo
that this salo in consideration of tho
way thoy wero bought, and tho basis
they aro boingsold on, places beforo
you a hotter opportunity to get Fino
Curtains than any community on
this continent ever had. Let tho
Curtains provo it. All clean, fresh
and choice patterns. Orders by
mail will got tho benefit of our best
judgment. If you havo any special
preference, stato it in your ordor.
Wvo an illustrated book nbout
other taco Curtains 75c to $5.00
wo'll send tho book frco if you writo.
Silks, Drees Goods and lilack
Goods arriving and being rutt on
salo ovory day finest collection
now wash goods wo evcr-offered
values to mako it interesting
samples roady to send.
Boggs & Buhl,
Notice of Appointment.
Tho undersigned bus been duly appointed
executor oi tho rstnto of John Ho ben, lato ot
SUrk County, Ohio, deceased.
Dated tlio 3rd day of February, 1808.
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