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rre thousands of vr.nrme on the 'ery threshofld ot life ythi to make a wise decision as to Ualbrssiness or tsrofessien they will yfoUw. To all sscb. we would say, be r . 'fore Aecidinjj the question write to B. F. jjohnson fc Co.. Richmond, Va. 'They can be of sea-rice to yon as they . - -e been to others. T1& Uzrfted States has a lower per-. : -ent4ge of blind people than any otlnsr ; 'oonrtry in tie world. So) vast are the mins of Pompeii that "'they cannot all be excavated at the or dinary rate of progress, before the - middle of the next century. There mre 6.000,000 lea ves on an elm tree thirty feet high. G 19 i- Two beetles of German Syrup reared fme of Hemorrhage of the Ivlicgs when other remedies failed, i-Ham a married man and, thirty-six yfcars of age, and live with my wife aiid two little girls at Durham, Mo. i Ihave stated this brief and plain so tpat all may understand. My case ' ' was a bad one, and I shall be glad !r tb tell anyone about it who will y r-rite me. 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CO., J BrrLd- tenis, Trade-Marks, ln. rj-lKl fT " Inrfi'oiVOnidi. or linn rn.. i.wauva uu j.uir as to ratentiit.::t ?E?J,lSfBa H" "?E8 CURES ii.iiMLBij wciallrrMdiM fall. SoldmpJ 1 -1 alacteA NW JuJOntrtntt" ooanty Sunday School ajuuw.la.tion will noia naif dozea meetias U th county thU week. married; Wedcebday niffat to Euebne iiereriue, ovmiyuns, u a member of th oompny school honse at Washington Friday in the stampede which followed a number f pupils were injured. The arrest ot Editor Gradseur, o the Saxon Arbiter Zeitung , at Berlin was due to a statement in his pape that he propagated Socialist doctrine among his comrades in the army. The first annual meeting' of the Southwestern Association of Railway Surgeons convened at St. Louis Thurs day morning for a two days' session with nearly 300 delegates in attend ance. At the City of Mexico the banking bouse of Pedro Martina & Sons, estab lished thirty years ago failed Thurs day for $1,000,000. It had been the Mexican correspondent of the Bar ings. Superintendent Stump, of the bu reau of immigration, has irone to Chi cago to settle the questions apt to ariie there on the occasion of the numerous foreigners leaving the grounds. The three men killed in the svreclt on the Pennsylvania road near Law rence station, N. J., have as yet not been identified. It was one of the worst wrecks that ever occured on that line. It is now generally believed that Stone has confessed to the truth in his last statement concerning the Wrattan murder, and that his mind is affected by the horrible work he per petrated. Three hundred miners at the mines of the Union Coal company, at Lafay ette colliery, near Denver, are out of a 6trike. The trouble grew out of a manner in which the company pays the men. After a stormy passage of 186 days the ship Undaunted has arrived at 'Frisco from Philadelphia. The Un daunted had a terrible time rounding Cape Horn aud for days could make no headway. Edward S. Hart, secretary of the Bank of California, died at Ian Fran cisco Friday, after an illness of two months. He was 58 years of age and had been in the service of the bank several years. The officials of the American Ex press Company now admit that a large sum of money was stolen m transit between New York and St. Lome, and say that they are on the track of the guilty parties. The presentation of a handsome sil ver service to the cruiser .New York took place Tuursday in the New York navy yard. It is the gift of the citi zens of New York and was raised by subscription. Governor McKinney, of Virginia, has refused to give Doc Taylor, the preacher murderer: a reprieve, or to commute his sentence. He was hanged at Wise court bouse Friday, preachiag his own funeral on the scaffold. The remains of Gounod were re moved Thursday from the house at St. Cloud where he breathed his last. The body was taken to the Gounod resi dence in Paris. wllPrR if. nan Hoc in state in the great composer's study. The interstate commerce commis sion Thlirllai in an nnininn Vitt rVm- missioner Knapp announced its de- uecision oi ine case ot 1'nelps & Vo. aiynin5t. tn Tptqo Jt- .... ; ! -.. j company in favor of the complainants. Men to the number of 600, at work r, . ...... uuituiiiga, 6truck Thursday on account of a sub contractor employing- non-union men. An effort is beino- mmli tn hsvs Ya Boston building trade men co-operate. A cotton gin belonging to J. II. Med lock. five miles smith nf Ktonhianc Ark., together with a small quantity ox cotton, was ournea to tne ground Wednesdav niVht. T1k fi w ex posed to be the work of White Caps. William fJilison nnrl Pa,l TTV.;.- son were arrested at Salt Lake Cit Friday for a safecracking job commit ted in Grand Island, Neb., last Sun dav. Thev arp lir. i -oil t ..-.....-." wanted in a dozen cities for similar jobs. At Brunswii'k. O.i th. cially reported FriJav thirty-one new MnA3 r ....li " i .aoco jx vciiuw icvcr aiiu one ueatn. Unless the' be ikbone of t.lio wooil,, that has prevailed for 6ix days past soon changes the result is erpected to 'be bad. Mr. Savers, of Tc the house committee on appropria- isaya vnai ne presumes that he will earn the title of the meanest man in congress because ba intends to in sist on rigid economy in all expendi tures. The Illinois sunremp ivinrt Tlmi. day reversed the dacision of the lower court in the case of the people against the Braceville Coal Company, and de clared the weekly pay 3 aw passed by the Illinois legislature unconstitu tional. The senatft rmnmitt. . , ......... . ....... . . jumu re lations met Thursday morning to con- vifll" V; PI i Ina.n r 61CW to action unon the hnnso hill amendin.tr th Irpnrtr ten! lor six months tho timo t.-k;,v. - . -- (LA ' H1V.11 Chinese laborers can register. Lindsbur has tm nn o.,-it ,i,..n ' " . 'n I i . i . ' 1 1 ing house. The Preshvterinn smmi f i sustained tire action of the Des Moine Presbytery in deposin"- Kev. G. XV. Baxter, who until ,.,.uni,. t,..i charge of the church at Kn x'vilie. n.-.w, na-hs triat ne was convict-l ed of iinmoralitv. Masts sticking up thirty-five feet above the water Jed to the discovery that a large vessel was sunk in thir teen fathoms about twenty-three miles from Cleveland, O., in Lake Erie. It is thought to be the River aide, with seven people aboard. WAsanraTcsr, OcU 50. United SUtes Consul Courtney Hixon at Foochow, China,1 observinir th decrease of con sumption through tho Amlck treat- meat is supplying tne American col ony as well as the Chinese with the free medicines obtained from the gen erous Cincinnati discoverer. No gor ern mental action will be taken to wards iss slating consumptives until the regular session. Chicago, Oct 30. The sanitary au thorities aroused by recent editorials on the Amlck cure and the infectious ness of the disease, are debating how best to isolate consumptives. The Post says: "Consumption is placed by Mich igan in the same category as smallpox and it will be similarly quarantined. Let Illinois fall in line at once." Dksveb, Ost. 30. The proposed state legislation isolating both resi dent consumptives and those coming here has led to the incorporation oi institutions for their care. The Den ver Sanitarium company opened theirs last week to the patients of all phy sicians, .and combines isolation with the Amick treatment, which each con sumptive is given opportunity of test ing with medicines furnished these physicians by the Cincinnati doctor without cost. The Boston company for the colonization in Colorado of is olated consumptives has applied to the state land commissioner for two sections of land, which will give out of doors occupation. The Lawrence wire mill is now run ning day and night at full capacity. The public funeral of Gounod, the composer, has been postponed until Friday. Russia's czar has ordered large in creases to be made in the Baltic and Black sea fleets. Eastern Dakota reports one or more inches of snow and a bad storm of hail prevailing. Professor Brooks, at Genava, N. Y., says his comet is growing brighter and has two tails. Its speed is in creasing. The annual reunion of the Twenty first Illinois, General Grant's old reg iment, was held at Mattoon, 111., Sat urday. A dispatch to the London Times from Shanghai says that the great Chinese cotton mill has been entirely destroyed by fire. Loss, 8500,000; un insured. Emperor William was represented Friday at the funeral of Count Blucher, who was murdered on Thursday last by a gardener on his estate with whom he had some trouble. The Love wagon factory at Durant, Mich., was destroyed by fire Sunday morning. A residence owned by Wil liam Schilds, adjoining was also bnrned. Loss S4",000. At Kenova, Ky., Saturday night, James Murray, a baggageman, shot and mortally wounded Harry Smith. Murray escaped. The cause of the quarrel is unknown. Bernhard Baum, proprietor of the resort known as liuuiu's Pavilion, in Chicago, suicided Saturday afternoon by shooting. His business had not been prospering of late. Commodore George W. Melville, engineer-in-chief of the Uuited States, makes in his annual report, a strong recommendation for the conferring of positive rank on members of the en gineer corps, instead of ''relative rank," now held. Seven people were injured in a col lision of an electric car and a street railway car in Chicago Monday morn ing. One woman sustained a fracture of the skull a n may die. All but L. L. Wallace of Clinton, la. were Chi cagoans, At Southampton an American named Windell, accompanied by his wife and son, was Thursday taken into custody at the request of United States Minister Bayard, and is said to be wanted in New York charged with a heavy defalcation. Cassius H. Reed of New York, twelve years ago owned the Hoffman house and real estate bringing his wealth up to about SI. 000,000. Now he is said to be penniless. His home at Far Rockaway was sold October 13 under foreclosure. George Meyer, a New York carriage maker has disappeared, and Harry Meyer, his partner, made an assign ment for the firm Monday. The affairs are in a very cenfuscd state, and the sheriff has received attach ments for $9,400. At Kokomo, Ind., Buck Harland and Steve Finebolt were arrested by United States Marshal Haskins Thurs day for counterfeiting: Harland is said to have made some of the best counterfeits in this country. Lew Harlan, a brother of Buck, made his escape. Superintendent Mendenthal of the United States coast and geodetic sur vey, arrived at Cleveland Monday to meet Commissioners W. F. King, rep resenting the Canadian government. To-day they will confer upon the long standing dispute concerning the loca tion of about twenty-five miles of the boundary line between Maine and Now Brunswick, surveys for which were made last summer. In compliance with the request of the California branch of the society of the I laughters of the Ainoricaa Revolu tion, who are arranging to plant a liberty tree at opening of the mid winter fair at San Francisco, the members of the Washington society have sent small quantities of earth from the grave of Martha Washing ton, MtJ Vernon, liladensburg and the Washington monument to be used in the- planting. Mon. Calabiana, archbishop of Mi lan, died there Monday. The officials of the Big Four deny that their employes showed heartless nef,s in connei-tion with the recent wreck at Namooki, I1L, and the offi cials of the Alton also deny that the employes refused to give aid when sailed upon. The Westminster Gazette contra dicts the report that Herbert Spenier is dangerously ill, and says that he is at his heme in London, and though in a feeble state ot health, his condition does not war- mt the alarming rumors circulated coaji-rnin him. it ilet far Amal fO fnix, -The terrible poisons, Paris green, London purple and arseaioua icier one or all hare become necessary requisites of the farm and garden. Familiarity with danger has bred con tempt aod recklessness to such a de gree that the press cannot too often urge rural people to greater care and I caution. . People making as of Pari green, etc., who live many miles from a drug store, however, should keep the material for making the antidote on hand. According to the "Dispensatory of th United States of America" the following can be recommended: "Mix 1,000 grains of the solution of tersulphate of Iron with twice its weight of water, and keep the'raixture in a well stopped bottle, rub 160 grains of magnesia with water to a smooth and thin mixture, put this in a bottle capable of holding thirty-two fluid ounces (about one quart), and fill it up with water. When the preparation is wanted for use, mix the two fluids by adding the magnesia mixture grad ually to the Iron solution, acd shake them together until a homogeneous mass results." Farmers remote from villages or cities will do no more than use ordi nary precaution, if they have the two mixtures put up by their apothecary, and keepthem on hand for use in an emergency. The mixture of the two, prepared as directed above, is a safS antidote for Paris green. Londoa pur ple, or white arsenic (arsenious acid), the three compounds of arsenic most apt to be found in the hands of farmers nnd gardeners. Sorrow in the Xear Future Awaits those who disregard symptoms of liver disorder. Be on time if yon f?el distress in th region of your liver. If your viesge isallow, eyeballs yellowish, tongue coated, or if you are tronbled with constipation, sick headache and occasional dizziness. Hostcttcr's Stomach Bitters will banish theseTinpleasant Bymptoms, and shonld be used early and persistently. The bowels are relaxed without pais or griping, and are not weakened by It as they are by the action of a violent purgative. Digestion grow more active when it is used and the system in vigorated, because it insures assimilation of the food constituents by the blood. Kidney complaints, malaria and rheumatism are over come by this searching and thorough remedy. ltrm TYatar Fur low. The popular fad recently current in regard to warm water for cows is one of the silliest. It is aa invention by ome person who has never realized how a cow will enjoy a draught of fresh cold water as much as her owner does. If the person who gives bis cows warm water should take his drink in the same way he will realize this fact. Why! warm water ia an emetic! and is so because it nauseates the stomach. But a drink of cold, fresh water; how refresh; ir :t. is. k "Sweet Charity.' In the Artists' Exhibition of 1893 at the New York Academy of Design, there was exhibited an oil painting by J. L. G. Ferris,entitled'Sweet Charity," Its richness of coloring commanded instant attention, while the lesson it taught was so impressive that one nat urally returned to it for a second view. Its"subiect is a young- lady of colonial times who is on an errand toine of the poorer families of the town. She has a sensible, charming face, which ex presses with remarkable fidelity the sentiment of her errand. There is not a home that this charming picture will not ornament. It must, be seen to be appreciated. Sweet Charity" was purchased by the Publishers of the Youth's Conpax ion and has been reproduced in colors in large rdze 14x21. It will be sent to all new subscribers to The Companion who send $1.75 for a year's subscription, and the paper will also been sent Fre from the time the subscription is received, to January, 18!4. and for a full year from that date, to January, l8!Kr This offer in cludes the Double Souvenir Numbers published at Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's. Address. Tiik Youth's Companion, Boston, Mass. Yeiitilfttloii urRoMe abTM. The eyesight of many horses Is in jured by the pungent ammonia odors from their manura. The liquid excre ment is especial 'y rLuh in ;:mmonia. At all seasons an absorbent ghould be kept within re .ch, aiTd in SunitrieK especially, free ventilation must be given, to remove the o.lors us soon as the ammonia is roi-med. .Wire net ting over windows will admit air and exclude fii ?s. Last year 19,488 licences were taken out in England by persons wishing to brew their own ale. iiow'a This I We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. Vie, the tuitlcrehjneu, cave known F. J. Cheney for ttie last 15 years, and btllcve him perfectly honorable in all business trans actions and financially able to carry out any obliga tion made by their firm. Wcst fc Tri-ax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Wai-dixo, Kixnan & SJArvin, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O. Hull's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system. Price 75c per bottle, bold by sit Druggists. Testimonials free. 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Baking of its ingredients upon each other in the loaf while baking, itself produces the necessary gas and leaves the wholesome properties of the flour unimpaired. It is not possible with any other leavening agent to make such wholesome and delicious bread, biscuit, rolls, cake, pastry, griddle-cakes, doughnuts, etc. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 1 06 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. WINGED MISSILES. A Bncksport, Ma, man paid his taxes in crows' heads the other day. A colored man was the first one in Geor gia to market a bale of cotton. Atchison Gioba: "A man's reformation always da'.es back to the last tim he was caught." French school boys wear uniform, and every Institution of learning ha Its dis tinctive dress. The barbers ct New York are renting out the ceiling of their shops for adver tising purposes. John Sherman is a financier. It Is said the bulk of hi wealth is so invested as to bring him 13 per cent. France has a salvation navy. It is aa annex of the Salvation army and has a boat on the river Seino, The Milwaukee Journal think when liv ing becomes a mere matter of habit our days ot usefulness are over. The publishers compliment Stanley's manuscripts. He writes pi duly and accu rately. No changes to make. The people are alway taking advantage of the rat. An "illuminated cat" to scare the rodents away ha been Invented. Carlyle: The meaning of song goes deep. Who is there that la logical word can ex press the effect that music has on ual Nockamixon township, Bueks County, Pa, boasts of a lour-legged duck which uses them al'. in a way that Is a sight to see. v '- ..'"'-- Mrs. Anna Garland Spencer has charge of a church la ProvilentS. B. L She has the reputation of being the best speaker here. - ' -'' ' Senator Stewart of Nevada is alw.ts enveloped in a cloud of moka. . He is more closely wedded to the weed than Grant A railroad is to be built from Archangel to Vologda to unite the extreme habitable north of the Russian empire with the interior. Mrs. Reagan, wife-of the Texas senator, learned shorthaud without a teaohsr, in order to become her husband's private secretary. Miss Louise Imogene Gulney, the poetess, is a remarkable pedestrian. She think nothing of walking twenty mile a day by way or pleasure. A new model school in Germany, which has been built at a co-it of t)ij,003, coutins a large dining-room where 7)J poor ohllUrea can be fed in winter. The czar of Russia has forbidden ap plause in the theaters of St. Petersburg. ' He is liable at any time to issue an order against babies crying. A sum of $53,00. has been collected by American ladles for the furtherance of the higher medical education of womea at the Johns Hopkins University. Nobody ever likes to meet tha "I-toli. you so" people. Person avoid them in this world and they hops jjt to meet thel in either of the other worlds, A plan'i has bco-i saw2l to Eureka, CaL, for exhibition at lbs world's fair. It is of redwood, twelve and a half feet long, six teen feet wide and foyr inches thick. A novel summer charity in New York provide) summer excursions for little girls who are cbligod to take cars of younger children while their parents aro at work. A Waterviile, Me, m n was placed in Ibe lockup for being drunk. When h. awoke in the mora ing he discovered th'it he had been sleeping with a corpse oil night. A farmer at Warwick, R. I., being un able otherwise to disperse a gang of tramps la bis yard, overturned a hive of bee Extreme Chronic, Tortusring Cases of ftRE CURED BY ST. JiCOns xf--:. , -XVV . . a.f.Ts 't.-U - - , . . ji- a.. Especially for Farmers, Miners, R. R. Hands and others. Double sole ex tending down to the heel. ' EXTRA WEARING QUALITY. 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