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Big Teacher forFhllippInes.
Fred Washington Atkinson, princi pal of the high school at Springfield, Mass., who is now studying the meth ods of the industrial schools of tha south, preparatory to taking up his new duties as the first American su perintendent of public instruction in tha Philippines, stands six feet and four inches tall in his stockings, and is straight a3 an arrow. The American Working Man. Much comparison has been made be tween the endurance of the Chinese and the American working- man. Those with authority say that the average working man of America is as superior to the Chinese as Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is to any other dyspepsia cure. The Bitters also cures constipation, in digestion and prevents malaria. Disappointment is the saucer be longing to the cup of sorrow. - Ladles, If you want a beautiful complexion, a bright eye, a good appetite, an active liver, bowels regular as clock work, and vigorous, healthy body, use Mor ley's Liver and Kidney Cordial, the great system renovator. It cures all diseases to which women are subject, such as weakness, debility, melan choly, nervous prostration, etc. Sold by agent in every town. The width of a broad grin is equal to the length of a smile. The best Ball Blue is Red Crosa brand. Large 2-oz. package 5 cents. There are more or less miss-divings about a girl's affections. Like the Deadly 1 UnderCurrent which grasps one without warning, the mucous membrane which lines the entire body suddenly becomes weakened in some spot and disease is established. It may be of the lungs, the head, throat, stomach, bowels, or any other organ. Where ever it is. and whatever it seems, it all springs from the same cause CATARRH or inflammation of this delicate pink membrane. The system is weakened in win ter. The delicate lining is more susceptible to irritation or inflamma tion, and thus we have pneumonia, grip, colds, coughs, fevers, etc., all catarrhal conditions which may easily be checked by one catarrh cure Pe-ru-na. That's the only way out of it. You may dose forever you will not le well until you try the true cure and that is Pe-ru-na. You may think your trouble is some other disease and not catarrh. Gall It what you will, one thing is sure, your system is affected and must be treated, and Pe-ru-na is the only remedy which reaches the right place and does cure. EDUCATIONAL. THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, NOTRE DAME, INDIAP4V. Classics, Letters, Economics and History, lournallsm. Art, Science. Pharmacy, Law, Civil, rtechanlcal and Electrical Engineering, Architecture. Thorough Preparatory and Commercial Courses. Ecclesiastical students at special rates. Rooms Free. Junior or Senior Year, Collegiate Courses. Rooms to Rent, moderate charges. St. Edward's Hall, for bov's under 13. The 57th Year will open September 4th, 1900 Catalogues Free. Address REV. A. MORR1SSEY. C. S C. President. ST. MARY'S ACADEMY NOTRE DAME, INDIANA Conducted by the Sisters of the Holy Cross. Chartered 1855. Thorough Eng lish and Classical education. Regular Collegiate Degrees. - In Preparatory Department students carefully prepared for Collegiate course. Physical and Chemical Laboratories well equipped. Conservatory of Music and (School of Art. Gymnasium under direc tion of graduate of Boston Normal School of Gymnastics. Catalogue free. The 46th year opens Sept. 4, 1900. Address, DIRECTRESS OF THE ACADEMY. St. Mary's Academy, Notre Dame, Indiana El LACKER WILL KEEP YOU DRY : Don't be footed with a mackintosh or rubber coat. If you want a coat that wi il keep you dry In the hard est storm buy the Fish Brand Slicker. If not for sale In your town, write for catalogue to A. J. TOWER, Boston. Mass. IS? I Best Cough Syrup, Tastes Good. Use liUKrS WHrHf All CI C'C EA1 C 1H lima. Knl 1 Yrw riirTTr.r 4, a-T fwrajiwii. Two Officials of Chinese Foreign Office Suffer For Kindnessi CABLE FROM CHEF00T0 TAKU. Washington, Aug-. 6. The state de partment makes public the following' telegrams received from the consul general at Shanghai, and the consul at Che Foo: "Shanghai. Secretary of state, Washington: Americans have left Shun King. Li told French consul no mes sages will be delivered ministers be cause foreigners advancing on Pekin. Two pro-foreign members of the tsung li yemen beheaded 27th for urging preservation of ministers, by Li Ping Han, now commanding troops, Pekin. He ordered Pao Ting masacre. (Signed.) "GOODNOW." Che Foo. Secretary of State, Wash ington: Just received telegram from Governor of Shan Tung, requesting me to transmit to you the following. "Have just received a telegram dated July 30, tsung li yamen, stating vari ous ministers, the German legation and others (foreigners) well; not in distress; provisions were repeatedly sent. Relations most friendly. Now conferring as to proper measures to protect various ministers to Tien Tsin for temporary shelter, which confer ence will soon be ended. 'Yuan, Gov ernor.' (Signed) "FOWLER." A cable is being laid between Che Foo and Taku. The land line between Che Foo and Shanghai is managed and operated by Chinamen and is ineffi cient. The line is overcrowded with work and business is in hopeless con fusion. Messages over the line are public property. Commercial Brokers. Kansas City, Aug. 2. A ruling of the internal revenue department of the United States was received by Collector Kellogg which imposes a tax of $20 each on nearly every member of the board of trade. It gives commer cial brokers whom it affects only until today to pay this tax, with a penalty of a 50 per cent increase if delay in payment is made. Heretofore a commercial broker has not been very clearly defined in the new law. This ruling says: "Persons whose business, it is to buy or sell grain (or other merchandise) on com mission or orders received from cus tomers are commercial brokers, are required to pay special tax as such, even when they negotiate such pur chases or sales in their own names only (the grain or merchandise not being received into their actual posses sion)." Eloping: Couple Drowned. Poplar Bluff, Mo., Aug. 4. Martha Hendricks, 17 years old, and Paul Varner, an eloping couple, lost their lives by drowning in the Currant river, while attempting to escape from the angry father of the girL The elopers thought to outwit their pursuer by crossing the river. They embarked in a skiff which struck a snag and over turned. Both occupants were swept away in the swift current and drown ed. tost In Yellowstone Park. Helena, Mont., Aug. 4. S. R. Piper, cashier of the First National bank, of St. Marys, who was in a party going through the National Yellowstone park, is lost in Wonderland. He strayed away on Monday from the rest of the party at Fountain Geyser hotel, and at last accounts no trace of him had been found. A detachment of troops is assist ing in the search for the missing man. Searching: New Jersey for Conspiracy. Washington, August 4. In compli ance with an urgent request made by Ambassador Fava, the Italian repre sentative in this "country, Secretaiy Hay has requested the governor of New Jersey to obtain evidence prelim inary to the prosecution of any per sons within his state who conspired to bring about the assassination of King Humbert. Within a short time the authorities expect to have officially determined the question whether the crime was the result of a conspiracy hatched in the United States. Bargaining to Save Pekin. Paris, Aug. 3. The French consul general in China sends this: "Li Hung Chang has stated to the United States consul that the ministers will be put in communication with their respective governments if the allies arrest their march on Pekin, but they will not be permitted to send or receive cipher messages." New York, Aug. 3. The Japanese vanguard has been repulsed with a loss of 150 killed and wounded. Favors an Alliance. St. Petersburg, Aug. An alliance between Russia and the United States for the settlement of the Chinese crisis is urged in a lengthy article in the Novoe Vremya, The journal points out that just as the France-Russian alliance neutralized the warlike me nace of the triple alliance, so would a "rapprochment" between the northern empire and the United Stated conserve the peace of Eastern Asia. Neither country seeks vengeance, but desires pacification of China and the east. Kansas Boy Wins Fortune. Leavenworth, Aug. 4. William P. Dunham, who was reared in this city, is today in possession of the Hull City placer mine, one of the richest mineral properties in the Cripple Creek district, he having won out in one of the big gest mining suits ever contested in the state of Colorado. By the court's de cision he has made a snug fortune as the property is worth millions. The property was turned ' over to Dunham and his associates by the former owner of the Ipdependenca Miniujy company.. ISTHMUS CANAL TO BE BUILT. A New Concession Have Been Given . by Nlcaragaan Congress. New York, Aug. 6. John D. Crim mins, of the syndicate formed to con struct an inter-oceanic canal through Nicaragua under the concession given by the government of Nicaragua to Edward Eyre and Edward F. Cragin, the existence of which has been pro claimed by Zelaya, said that the com pany to construct the canal, organized under the laws of New Jersey, would proceed to carry out the terms of its cohtract without delay. The capital needed has been secured, and if the es timate of cost made for this govern ment is correct the canal can be built for the same money and probably for' less. This estimate is about $130,000, 000. Mr. Crimmins said that the com pany would prefer to have the govern ment leave the matter in the company's hands, so as to permit a private con struction and operation of the canal for the benefit of the whole world. However, he added, the syndicate had no desire to embarrass the government and would defer to its conception of policy. The route has not been select ed and the company has liberty to choose any within the domain of Nic aragua. That preferred by this gov-' erhment would certainly have prefer-1 ence. The probability is that the route will be that hitherto called the Nicaragua. 1 Mr. Crimmins said: "Our concession is perpetual. It' gives us the right to police the country for two miles on either side of the canal, whereas the Maratime Company's concession policing was to be done by the Nicaraguan government. Kansas Congressional Nominations. Topeka, Aug. 3. Here is a list of nominations, now complete, of candi dates nominated for members of Cop gress from Kansas. First district Republican, Charles . Curtis, Shawnee, Fusion, George W. Glick, Atchison. Second Republican, J. D. Bower- sock, Douglas. Fusion, M. S. ' Peters Wyandotte. Third Republican, Geo. W. Wheat ley, Cherokee. Fusion, A. M. Jackson, Cowley. Socialist, J. M. McLaughlin, Cherokee. Fourth Republican, J. M. Miller, Morris. Fusion, Thomas H. Grisham Chase. Fifth Republican, W. A. Calder head, Marshall. Fusion, W. S. Via cent, Clay. Sixth Republican, W. A. Reeder Phillips. Populist, J. B. Dykes, Smith. Democrat, Tully Scott, Decatur. Seventh Republican, Chester Z, Long, Barber. Populist, I. P. Campbell, Sedgwick. Democrat, Claud Duva?r Reno. At Large Republican, Charles F. Scott, Allen. Fusion, J. D. Botkin, Cowley. Socialist, J. A. Carnahan, Cloud. Chinese Women Held as Slaves. Chicago, Aug. 4. Four Chinese women are reported to have been pur chased by Chinamen and it is said are being held as slaves. The women were among the number exhibited in the Chinese theater at the Omaha exposi position. It is claimed that $500 was the price of each woman and that they have been held in captivity for nearly two years. Acting Mayor Walker instructed the police officers to liberate the women. Bucket Shops Raided. Chiccago, Aug. 2. Wholesale raids on alleged bucketshops resulted in the arrest of over two hundred persons. The police force swooped down upon the speculators without warning and it is said that some prominent board of trade men were included among the men arrested. North Dakota Ready to Barn. Bismarck, N. D., Aug. 4. The maxi mum temperature of 105.2 degrees was recorded here. " The prairies are as dry as tinder and fires are reported to have been started by the sun's light re flected through glass lying on the prairies. Bad fires are reported in Emmons county. Advance to Pekin. London, Aug. 2. The allies now confront a most difficult and dangerous problem. Without doubt the ministers are held by the .Chinese as hostages; and the outcome ' of the advance on Pekin, which, in all probability, has already begun, will be awaited with intense anxiety. Dispatches show that the allies, notably the Japanese, have been pushing their operations with feverish haste, organizing a service of pack cars, trains and junks. It is possible that the advance of the allies will be signal for the Chinese authorities to compel all foreigners to quit the capital, in which event they might become the prey of the fanatical Boxers. New Judge in Arkansas. Little Rock, Aug. 6. Jacob Trieber was sworn in as judge of the United States court of the eastern Arkansas district, to succeed the late Judge John A. Williams. Judge Trieber's com mission reached Little Rock the pre vious day and it was the first intimation that the president had made the ap pointment. W. G. Whipple was appointed by the president at the same time of the other appointment to succeed Judge Trieber as federal district attorney. North Carolina Election. Raleigh, N. C, Aug. 4. After a hot ly contested campaign, the Democrats and white supremacy- triumphed by a majority of about 30,000. The election disfranchises the negro and changes the complexion of Ihe legislature in suring the defeat of Marion Butler for re-election as United States . senator. The negroes as a general thing re mained away from the polls. The election, unexpectedly, passed off with out trouble, except at a little town named Fanison. " ; The Range Checks Tuberculosis. I The potency for evil of the tuber culous germ depends greatly on the conditions under which it gains ac cess to, and the resisting power of, the recipient. Under such conditions as generally prevail In the artificial handling of cattle and other domesti cated animals, tuberculosis is strictly contagious. Under range conditions as .'exist in the western states, it is very feebly, if at all. contagious. Quarantine measures are an ineffectu al preventive against the disease under most conditions, and certainly . un necessary and Impracticable in the case of range cattle. The disease is insidious In its action, and usually of very slow progress, and absolutely im possible of detection by ordinary in spection, except in advanced cases. The remedy against purchase of in fected breeding stock lies in the hands of the individual more than of the state, as proof of freedom from the disease can be exacted of the vendor. The tuberculin test is the only reliable test of the existence of the disease. The spread of the disease can be checked by preventive measures based upon the conditions favorable to its occurrence, more than by direct at tempts to isolate and destroy the germ. Official action should be confined to the prevention of the spread of the disease to mankind by the sale of tu berculous animal products, and be un dertaken by the public health authori ties. There is at present no fear whatever of tuberculousis endanger ing the range cattle of the western states. Dr Chas. Cressweli. Poplar Stem Gall Louse. A United States Entomological Re port says: The gall-louse, Pemphigus populicaulis, forms imperfectly globu lar galls the size of a bullet at the Junction of the leaf with its stalk, these galls having a mouth-like orifice The Poolar tm Gall Lou. Marx on their under side, and a large cavity within, crowded with small dull-white lice and their white-cast skins, and, with winged lice of a blue-black color, their antennae reaching beyond the base of their wings, the rib-vein of their fore wings black, thick, much thicker at its apex along the inner margin of the stigma, and the short veinlet bounding the anterior end of this spot more slender than the rib vein; its length is 0.10, and to the tips of its wings 0.15. Profits of German Farms. Consul-General Guenther writes from Frankfort, April 23, 1900: For the purpose of furnishing information with reference to new commercial treaties, investigation concerning the profitableness of a large number of farms have been made by the author ities in the kingdom of Wurttemberg. Ninety-four were selected, including the smallest and those of several hun dred acres. The appraised value amounted to $2,970,000; the average value per acre, to $225, varying from $75 to $850. The average profit per acre was ?1, or 1.72 per cent of the to tal appraised value. The several es tablishments, however, showed very different results. Of the ninety-four farms, nine worked with a loss. Of the remainder, only sixteen return ed interest on the working capital; nineteen yielded 5 per cent on the working capital and 3 per cent on the investment for buildings; fifty yielded S per cent on the working capital and 3 per cent on the capital invested in buildings, and in addition an income on the lands ("Grundrente"), which latter in two instances amounted to 5.17 per cent. Scale Insects on Grasses. We generally think of scale insects as damaging trees and tree fruits. Most of us have never felt that we need concern ourselves about these in sects on our other grasses. It is a fact, however, that in some part of the country scale insects abound in the grasses. Whether or not they are to become a pest remains to be dem onstrated. The Kansas Agricultural College has been investigating them and has just published a bulletin de scribing a considerable number of spe cies. Nothing is said as to their harmfulness or necessity for measures of destruction. These points must yet be learned. The grass scales attach themselves to the plants near the roots or on the crowns.. The greatest dan ger from them seems to be in relation to grasses on ranges and permanent pastures. Many a man takes ?50 worth of hay from his orchard at the exDense of worth of fruit. Wise is the woman who thinks large feet preferable to a small understand ing. The light in the eye of a gossip is several scandal power. iMfi I I HI Being Made to the Indiana Mineral Springs (Indiana) Hotel AT AN OUTLAY OF $30,000. Growth of Enterprise Representing Ex penditure of SJ25O.O0O Sue ful Management of B. I Kramer. Ten years ago the ground where the magnificent hotel property of the Indi ana Mineral Springs Company is locat ted at Indiana Mineral Springs, In diana was wholly unimproved and al most a wilderness. Now, owing to the discovery of the valuable medicinal qualities of the springs and the heal ing virtue of the soil itself, together with the enterprise of Major H. L. Kramer, there is located there one of the finest sanitariums in the United States. The natural picturesque sur roundings have been made more at tractive and 'the hotel is a model of comfort and elegance. For the greater accommodation of guests who come in constantly increas ing numbers from every section of the United States, arrangements have now been made for the enlargement of the hotel buildings. The contract was let yesterday by Major Kramer for addi tions that will cause an outlay of over $30,000. The improvements will consist of a new bath house and an addition to the hotel. The addition will be two stories in height and will occupy a ground space 80x160 feet. It provides forty additional guest chambers.' The entire addition will be handsomely and elegantly furnished. The bath house, when completed, will be the finest in the United States. Besides the bath house and the guest chambers there will be on the first floor a dining hall, a music room, a billiard hall, physician's offices and a barber shop. In connection with the bath house there will be ladies and gentlemen's dressing rooms and cool ing rooms. The dressing and cooling rooms will be elaborately decorated and the floors will be laid in white tile. In both cooling rooms will be built large ornamental fire places which will be used for heating pur poses in addition to the regular steam heating. The work will be entirely completed in 90 days. The improvement and the entire ar rangements of the' hotel and grounds are made, keeping in view the artistic effect of the whole, and when the im provements arranged for are complet ed the hotel and surroundings will be much more attractive than before. Major Kramer states that a still fur ther addition to the hotel is contem plated, and that plans are now being prepared for an additional structure to contain 150 rooms for guests. Already a quarter of a million dol lars has been expended on the In diana Mineral Springs enterprise and under the present management greater growth and development in the future is assured. Attica Daily Ledger. Pat Smith Summed Up. Here is a somewhat personal birth notice recently printed by the Silver ton, Colo., Standard: "Born To the wife of Pat Smith, a boy. The . boy favors his old dad in several ways, viz.: He's bald, has a red nose, takes to a bottle like a bumblebee to a lump of sugar, makes a great deal of noise for the money he spends and won't work." Read the Advertisements. You will enjoy this publication much better if you will get in the habit of reading the advertisements; they will afford a most interesting study and some excellent bargains. Our adver tisers are reliable and send what they advertise. Only a skillful stonecutter can make an impression on the heart of a co quette. Whan tbe balr Is thin and gray, Pamir s Hub Balsam reaews the growth and color. HINDIRCOEN3, tbe best cure for corns. 15cts. The rich man has troubles of which the poor man knows nothing. Goldthwaite & Son., Troy, Ala., wrote: Teethina's speedy cure of sores and erup tions upon the skin have been remarkable. A woman's sweetest smile may hide an aching heart. Mrs. fVinslow's Soothing Syrup. For children teetnlne. softens the euros, reduces In' flammatlon, allays pain, cures wind colic. 25c a bottle. Nearly every woman you meet has her prejudice cut on the bias. PITS PermanantlrCurad. Koflta ornerrouaness after farat day a ase of Dr. Klios a (.&at nerve Keatorer. Sand for FREE S3.O0 ti'al bottla and treatise, "a. S. 11. Kliki. Ltd-Ml Arch bt Philadslohia. F Many are willing to give advice, but few are willing to lend assistance. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES do not stain the hands or spot the kettle. Lots of men would rather swindle a fellowman out of a nickel than earn a dollar by honest labor. Indies Can Wear Shoes. One size smaller after usingAllen's Foot Ease, a powder. It makes tight or new shoes easy. Cures swollen, not, sweating, aching feet, ingrowing nails, corns and bunions. All druggists and shoe' stores, 23c. Trial package i KED by mail. Ad dress Allen S. Olmsted. LeRoy, N.Y. Even if a woman is as young as she claims to be, no other woman will be' lieve it. Neuralgia. EanUbed. There is no more severe or stubborn pain than neuralgia. A remedy that will cure It will cure any pain, Dr. G. S. Stivers, dentist, Louisville, Ky., says: "My wife suffered over two years from very severe neuralgia. which several physicians failed to re lieve. I then got Morley's Wonderful Eight, which relieved her "in five min utes and soon effected a permanent cure. Sold by agent in every town. When defeat stares an office-seeker in the face he should meet it with- resignation. Wfl If 0$ teiite According to a merchant's creed the best book is a profitable ledger. Your secret is your servant, but give it liberty and it becomes your master. Ptso's Cure for Consumption la an infallible medicine for coughs and colds. N. W. Savdki Ocean Grove, N. J.. Feb. 17, 1900 Blood will tell therefore it is un wise to confide a secret to your rela tives. Some articles must be described. White's Yucatan needs no description ; it's the real thing. The sweetest natures are those pos sessing the faculty of being contented under all circumstaces. Save money Buy Red Cross Ball Blue. Large 2-oz. package 5 cents. Almost any man can be in it when it comes to debt. The Best Prescription for Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless Chill Toxic. It is simply iron and auinine In a tasteless form. No cure no pay. Price, 60c Many a broken engagement is due to heart failure. Carter's Ink is bo Rood and so cheap that no family can afford to be without iu Is yours Carter's? The fellow who' dpesen't figure to any extent must be of no account. Good Housekeepers use 'Taultless Starch" because it gives the best results at all grocers, 10c In these days no man has acquired true fame until he has figured in mov ing pictures. Are Ton Using Allen's Foot-Ease? It is the only cure for Swollen, Smarting, Burning, Sweating F3et, Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen s Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken into the shoes. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 25c. Sample sent FREE. Ad dress Allen S. Olmsted. LeRoy, N. Y. Cold shoulder is an unpalatable dish for a friend. Catarrh Cannot Be Cared with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians In this country for years, and is a regular pre scription. It is composed of the best tonics Known, comoinea wun idu uest oiooa punners, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. J. vatNtr x uu., frops., xoieuu, j. Sold by druggists, price I5o. Hall's Family Pills are the best A matchless novel one in which the engagement is broken off. Is Life Worth Living t Sleeplessness, debility, nervousness and palpitation of the heart are not diseases, they are symptoms Indicating that the various vital organs are not working in harmony. Morley's Liver and Kidney Cordial restores order and rids the body of all waste products that clog the system. It insures sound digestion, sound nerves and sound sleep. Sold by agent in every town. When a storm is brewing the down pour never comes in the form of beer. Best for the Bowels. No matter what ails you, headache to a cancer, you will never get well until your bowels are put right. CASCARETS help nature, cure you without a gripe or pain, produce easy natural movements, cost you just 10 cents to start getting your health back. CASCARETS Candy Cathartic, the genuine, put up in metal boxes, every tablet has C. C. C. stamped on it Be ware of imitations. There is something radically wrong with the small boy who likes to have his hair cut. The Dneber Watch Works, at Canton, O., form the finest and most complete watch plant in the world. The twin factories producing both watch movements and watch cases are devoted exclusively to the manufacture of high-grade watch movements and watch cases. Every re source and every effort is concentrated in the single direction of making watch movements and watch cases as nearly perfect as lies within human power. All common watches are pendant set, and consequently dangerous and unreliable. The Hampden 17 Jewel watch is Lever Set and pronounced by all experts as the most reliable and accurate watch on the martlet. In buying a watch, get the very best you can afford. It will be the cheapest in the end and give the great est satisfaction. Railroad men, in the nature of their employment, .are neces sarily good judges of a timekeeper. They will tell you that no watch made equals the "Special Railway 23 Jewel" manu factured by the Hampden Watch Co., Canton, Ohio. Thousands of these watches are the standard In train ser vice, and their accuracy of movement and reliability under all conditions have earned for them the enviable reputation of surpassing all others In the world. The latest uroduction of the Dueber- Hampden factories is the smallest ladies' waiv.li u.ttuc in Allltliua. X lie iiaiiic wi this unique production is "The Four Hundred." Any lady who is the proud possessor of one of these gems has a thing of utility and beauty not exceeded by anything that money can purchase. The mechanical equipment of the Due-ber-Hampi?en Watch factories is of the finest quality, and its experienced work men stand without peers in the watch industry. To-day the Dueber-Hampden watch is supreme; and the Dueber-Hampden Works the greatest watch plant in the world. AH first-class jewelers keep these goods, demand the Dueber-Hampden watches and accept no substitute. Irish World, July Tth. 1900 Physical courage can be bought cheap, but moral courage is unpur chaseable at any price. 'iADM6 Of SCJAii.5fOfirtMl0. PfAfAMiSHP S rtfCfiAPty r li 1 r r t EETHINA 11 (Teething Tf7SrJGH ESTER JX gun cataloge free y ' jells all about Winchester Rifles, Shotpns, and Ammualtlos Send name and address on a postal now. Don't delay if you are interested. WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. 180 WINCnaSTER AVENUE - - - - NEW HAVEN, CONN. t UaLI LSmU Vegetable Compound cures the ills peculiar to women, it tones up their general health, eases, down overwrought nerves, cures those awful backaches and reg ulates menstruation. it does this because It acts directly on the fe male organism and makes' It healthy, relieving and curing all inflammation and displacements. Nothing else is Just as good and many things that may be suggested are dangerous. This great medicine has a constant record of cure. Thou sands of women testify to it. Read their letters con stantly appearing in this paper. SOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of ee Fac-Slmlls Wrapper Below. I Tery small amd as easy to take as agar. FOB HEABaCKE. FOR DIZZINESS. FOR BIUOUSKESS. FOR TORPID LIVER. FCR CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SKI.V FOR THE COMPLEXION CARTERS IrnrLE. IVER PILLS. ncZflto 1 Purely TegvUMo.y&tie-?&i CURE SICK HEADACHE. ICcopOut tha Wet Sawyer's Slickers Sawyer's "Excelsior Brand" Suit and Slickers are the hent waterproof car meats in the world. Made from the best ma terial b and warranted waterproof. Made to stand the roughest work and weather. look for the trade mnrk. If your dealer does not have thni. rito for catalogue. .' 11. M. S WW Kit Jc MN, le .Mfra.. Knat (.'umbrldffe. Ma. MONEY FOR Soldiers' Heirs Heirs of Union Soldier who made homestead of lesa than 1G0 acres before June 22, 1874 (no matter If abandoned), if tbe additional homestead right -was not sold or iwd, 6bould address, with full particulars. HENRY N. COPP, Duhbfiu, D. C A Sure RolUn KIDDER'S PASmLES.S Hollillld. SSSSSSBSSEtSB Cuarleatown. Huss. LADIES! When doctors and other fall to re- fi- V V Iff K .(fnM.Dlla box free. Sr. B. I Ruwu, HltwrnskM, Wis. W. N.U. WICHITA NO.--32 1900 When Answering Advertisements Kindt Mentio ThU facei. AB ill fit i v rrri DR.MOFFETTS A Ways Irritation. Aids Digestion, li i ai I A esu,at Bwei$. Strengthens the Child. Makes Teething Easy. Powders) jLULTEETKlNA Relieves the Bowel Costs only 25 cents at Drnggists. any ace. OrBansseenUteC.J.MOFFETT, Ml. D ST. LOUIS. MO.