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H WORK FOR THE BLIND.
B Mttttf Stems Proper Occupation for
B tht Afflicted.
H I. Matlmon urret tho adoption of
H HLUuso by tho blind, citing tbe ex-
H aunpli of tho Japanese, among whom
H it It 'practiced almost entirely by per-
B lua thut afflicted. S ht la not necet-
H ftary (or effectual wor in uilt line,
H prorldlnc the operato ba familiar
H With the musculf ersttm and knows
Hl too art of masss.o thoroughly Swetl-
PHj- "en, SwItrerlatK" and Belgium are fol-
PV lowing; tho eiamplos of Japan In this
PHGJ roipect, and tho author describes a
PHn class meet! g held In Brussels by
PR J Professor 0 Daniel for tbo Instruc-
S Hon of about a dozen blind persons
PEv four theoretical lessons are given at
Kj) the beginning of the course as to tho
M Value of massage and Its application
K The fifth lesson Is devoted to the
PPSj ttudy of tho skeleton the sixth and
H seventh to tho muscles which movo
B tho various portions of tho body Each
H pupil palpatca tho muscles on a liu
H man subject. Tho following lessons
H concern massago Itself, and are con-
H tlnued until the pupils are Individual!
H well versed In tho art. They are then
H admitted to practlco In the clinic, and
B perfect themselves In the vocation by
HBV means of which they are afterward en-
Hj abled to etrn their living
H ..The Most Common Disease.
H Torktown, Ark., Feb. 29th. Leland
PPPJL--'''---.-a, Williamson, M. D a successful and
KT clever local physician, says:
H "There Is scarcely another form of
H dlstaio a physician Is called upon so
HBb often to treat as Kidney Disease. I
HBb tnvarlablly prescribe Dodd'a Kidney
HBa Pills and am not disappointed In their
HBl effect for they are always reliable.
HBl I could mention many cases In which
HBJ I have used this medicine with tplen-
HBf did success, for example, I might re-
HBl fer to the case of Mr. A. H. Cole.
HBa "Ago 31, ereatly emaciated, some
HBm fever, great pain and pressure over
HBl region of Kidneys, urine filled with
HBa pus or corruption and very foul smell-
HBl Ing and passed some blood. Directed
H to drink a great deal of water, gave
H brisk purgative and Dodd'a Kidney
H Pills. The pills wore continued regu-
H larly for three weeks and then a tew
H doses every week, especially If patient
H felt any pain In region of Kidneys.
H Cured completely and patient per-
H formed his duties as farm laboror In
H four woeks."
H "Dr. Williamson haa been a regular
H practitioner for over twenty years and
H tils unqualified Indorsement of Dodd'a
H Kidney Pills Is certainly a wonderful
H tribute to this remedy.
H Women Replace Men.
H Women are now being substituted
H for men In the Italian postal service.
H filgnor Oallmbertl, the minister of
H ports and telegraphs, Is responsible
H for the change.
H INTERESTING. TO AMERICANA.
B Western Canada Will 8oon Decome
H the Supply Depot for Wheat for
H Qreat Britain.
H During tho past year about 60,000
H Americans went from tbo United
r States to Canada. Most of theso set-
H tlod upon farm lands, and the writer
la Informed by agents of the Cans-
Bga. t, . - -1 itsWHc n'" ''vjfrflf-r- r 'T-
PPPYf aucceas baa follow eOtTo efforts of
B nearly all To their friends on this
PPH- aide of the boundary Hue tho fullest
H assurance Is given of tho prosperity
H that la In store for thorn. Thcro will
H always bo a splendid market for all
H tho grain, cattle, and other produco
PPB that can bo raised In Western Can-
K ada, and with tho advantages offered
B of a free homestead of 160 acres of
land, and other lands which may be
PPBvr ' bought cheaply, an excellent climate,
KVB aplendld school aystem, educational
KVB Advantages of tho beat, what mora
B ta rtqultfif" The husbandman gets
BkS more return for his money than In
Sj. VW other country In the world
k On tho occasion of 8lr Wilfred Lau
yByBV rlar's visit to the Corn exchange, Ion-
PPPPV Ion, England, Colonel Montgomery, V.
Br D., made several Important stato-
H menta. "Tho function," he Bald, "which
PPH you have Just beun assisting In con-
PPH nectlon with a kindred association haa
H doubtless shown you tho Importance of
'the provision trado of Llrorpool In Ita
B relationship with the Dominion, and
BH the enormous possibilities of the fu-
H ture development of that trado. Well,
BBBB the grain trade of IJverpool has In-
PPH tcrcsta with Canada no less Important
Bflflfl than those of tho provision trade,
PPH When It la borno In mind that SO per
B' cant of tho broadstuffa of this great
BBBW country has to be brought from
BflftS abroad, you will readily appreciate
BBBB with what great satisfaction wo view
BBBB the largo and steadily Increasing up-
BBBV plies of grain which are annually avail-
BBBB able for export from Canada, and I
B. challongo contradiction when I say
H that of tbo wheats wo Import
BBftV from Hussla, India, the Tactile,
BBBfl and the length and breadth of
BBB the United States, none gives mora
BBBVL general satisfaction, none Is more
V geucrally appreciated than that
F ralsod In the rrovlnce of Manl-
PM-' toba. Wo cannot got enough of It,
B ' and It It no exaggeration to say that
BBBJ there aro before us doions of millers
BBBI who hnngor for It This Is not the
BBBV time to enter Into statistical ques-
BBBa tlons, but we look, forward with con-
B fldence to tbo time at which, with tho
BBBB presont rato of progress, the Dominion
BBBB of Canada will liavo a sufficient sur-
H plus of wheat to render thla country
BBSB Independent of other aources of sup-
CVAVfl ply. I think I may, with justlflabla
B' pride, remind you that this Is tbo chief
BBBB grain market of the British Kraplro,
BBVB. and through Ita excellent geographical
BBBBT position, as well at through tho entor-
BBBf prise of Its millers. It Is now the soo-
H ond milling center In tho world
BBBf Send to any authorized Canadian
Hl ( Oovernnont agent for copy of Atlaa
BBSH and Information as to railway rate.
BBBT' Bomewhst Ambiguous,
H "My dear fellow," said Drown to bis
B friend Jones, wuu was bespeaking his
B attendance at Smith's funeral. I uavcr
RAf CO to cercmonlalt of thla description
Bl unless I have loved and liked the
BBBS man through life. Thla Invitation I
KBJB must, therefore, decline. It it were
BBBB you about to bo burlod, I would go
BBVMfJ with pleasure
HAVB Adder Inftst Island.
B C) Tbo Prussian Island of Ituegen, In
BBBBt v the Daltlc, la Infested with adders.
v ") Ift year 1,143 of these poisonous
B I snakes wer Llllod and bounty col-
LflVBVi looted ov Ihem
Sir Walter Besant'a staay ol old
Kngllsb customs shows that the doc
tors ot several ceaturtaa ago pro
scribed for fevers "a told water af
fusion" with drinking ot asses' milk.
When the queen was III In IMS they
shaved her head and applied pigeon
to her feet Powdered mummy for a
long time was considered to be a
specific against diseases. It Is said
that the reason It went out ot nse
was that dealers took to embalming
bodies and then sold them for genu
ine ancient mummies
Moravian lUrlsr anit fiplti.
Two Brent cereals makes aTowlnir and
fattening hog and rattle possible In
Dnk., Mont, Idaho. Colo yes, every
where, and add to above Snlsfr's Till
lion Dollar dross, Teoslnte, whleh pro
duces 80 tons of Kreen fodder per ncre.
Kaiser's I.'arllMt I'nne, Hnlier'H CO Day
Oats nml n hundred of other rare farm
seeds that he nrfra
JCST CCT THIS OCT i"n niTcnn :t
with 10c In stnmps to tho John A.
Baiter Heed Co . 1.0 Crosse, Wis , nnd
get their big catalog; nnd lots of farm
teed samples. (W. N. U )
1 do not think the Provldtnes unkind
Thtt alves Its bad thlnts to this Ilia ol
They are the thorns whereby we traveler!
feel out our (loners
1 think hste shows the quality of love.
That wronx Attests thst somewhere
there U rlcht;
Do not the darkest shadows serve to
The power of tlshtt
On tyrannous ways the feet of Freedom
The areen boufh broken on lata sun
And where sin la, aboundeth rlfhteous
neia. Much more than aln
Man cannot be all selfish separate good
Is nowhere found beneath the ihlnlnf
All adverse Interests, truly understood,
neeolvo to one!
I do believe all worship doth aacewo
Whether from temple floors by heathes
Or from the rhrlnea where Chrletlai
To the true Mod
nieseed forever that Ills love prepare!
The raven a food-the sparrow's (alt
And, simple sinful as I am, Ho cares
Rven for me
Where Lord Nelson Really Died.
Visitors to tho Victory at Port
mouth, England, who have gated upon
a spot In the cockpit and believed It
to be the place whore Kelson breathed
his last, were qulto mistaken, accord
lug to dlscovertea just made during
the overhauling of the ship, Tho au
thentlo place where the hero died
was elose sgalnst one ot tho bugs ribs
of tht ship a little further forward
This place It now to bo railed around,
and It will be lighted with electric
light, for which a store battory Is to
be placod on board. The old ship Is
undergoing a thorough refit, which will
not bo comploted for several weeks.
London St. James' Oaietto,
Pecullarl'lea of Philosopher.
Herbert Spcncor hated clockt which
strike, especially out of door clocks.
When staying In lodgings Id a Berk
shire village be sent a request to the
owner of the principal house there that
the stable clock, which struck the
hours, might bo stoppod. Ho waa not
with, as. It he did not feel well, ha
would ascertain how fast bla pulsa
was beating and If It were not satis
factory would Instantly glvo tbo order
to return home.
What Ice Will Dear.
tt Is said that two-Inch ice will sus
tain a man, or a regiment ot properly
spaced Infantry, four-Inch Ico will
carry a man on horseback, a squad
ron ot cavalry, or light gum, six-Inch
Ice, heavy field gunt, such at eighty
pounders; eight Inch Ice, a battery of
artillery, with carriage! and hones,
but not over one thousand pounds a
square foot on sledges, ten Inch Ice
will sustain an army, while on fifteen
Inch Ico a railway can be built and
Seared the Doya.
A witty Englishman who sought to
save a tract of woodland and shrub
bery from the destructive attentions
of the boys ot tho neighborhood put
up a large board bearing the warn
Ing: "Any ono trospasslng In this
plantation will be splfllcatcd accord
ing to tbo law" Tho result waa very
satisfactory, as the fear of applica
tion, whatever It meant to them, de
terred Intruders from patting through
tho woods and tbo trees wcie unmo
Curious Motor Race.
The most curious motor race ever
organized wat held In Parla. The
competitors were taken to tbo top ot
the Klrfcl tower, and a distant church
spire waa pointed out to them. Then
they had to descond, get aboard their
machines, and find their way through
the mate of streets ta tbo church.
And His Daughter Matched Him.
Coffee drinking troubled tho family
ot a physician ot Grafton, V. Va, who
describes the situation briefly
"Having suffered qulto a while from
vertigo, palpitation of the heart and
many other dorangeroents of tbo ner
vous ty 1111 and finding no relief
from usual methods ot treatment, I
thought to sou how much there was
tn tho Postum argument against cof
fee "So I resorted to Postum, cutting
off tho coffee and to my surprise and
satisfaction have found entire relief
from nil my sufferings, proving con
clusively the baneful effect of coffoo
and tho way to bo rid ot It
"I have found Postum completely
lakea tho place ot coffee both In flavor
and In tntto It la becoming more
popular every day with mauy of our
puoplo and Is having great demand
"My daughter Mrs Long, has been
u sufferer for a long time from at
tack of acute Indigestion By the
dismissal of coffee and using Pi'.um
In Ita place tbo bat obtained com
"I have also heard from many oth
ers who have used your Pottum very
favorable accounts of Ita good effects.
"I prescribe Postum In place ot cof
fee in a great many cases and I be
lieve that upon Ita merits Postum will
come Into general use" Nsrao given
by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Look tor tht famous little book
To noad to WaUvUltV In acb pkg.
RC8ULT OF RANCE WAR.
Colorado Cattlemen on Trial for As
sassination of Business Rival.
A murder trial growing out of a
rtnge war betweon cattlemen, which
has much of the aspect of tho famous
Dowcy caso was begun at Akron,
Colo, Tuesday, when D W Irwin,
Frank Irwin, Ocorge I Ttitllf, Perry
Tuttlc. Clinton Dandtdlll nnd Elmer
Shank were placed on trial, charged
with roionslblllty for tho nssasslna
tlon of Jospph I Mecnnn, who was
found (lend near his homo In April,
1001 About n yptr previous Mecnnn
hod killed John Irwin In a pistol duel,
but was acquitted by tho coroner'
Jur Prom this n feud began A
number of small ranchers took sides
with Median against tho Irwlns and
Tuttles who nre wealth) cattlemen
Tho whole trouble originated In n
quarrel 01 or rango rights
Negro Postmasters Are Evidently Not
Wanted In Arkansas.
A I.lttlo (lock. Ark , dispatch snys
Conflicting reports reach hero con
cerning the dynamiting of tho post
omce nt Humphrey, Ark Ono report
say tho act was commuted with rob
bery as the mothe Another Is that
It was prompted by prcjtidlco against
J, B. Orecr, tho nORm postmaster
At Humphrey It Is said that Post
master Orecr Is In I.lttlo Itock, but In
quiries have failed to locatn blm It
Is also reported from Humphrey that
Orecr lias expressed n desire to re
sign The postofflce was situated In
tho storo of A II Quctermous nnd has
recently been In charge of a negro
girl and man as deputies of Orecr
MEANS DEATH TO KOREA.
Hermit Kingdom Loses No Matter
How the War Results.
In anticipation ot negotiations
which will follow tho Ilusso-Jnpaiicsa
war, tho Korean ofllctaln In Europe
aro turning their attention tn tho
power which give their country sup
port It Is feared that Japan, oven It
victorious, will find that sho ennnot
live tip to tho high principles to which
tho pledged herself, particularly if tho
war bo long drawn out Her oxpenses
nnd losses will bo grctt nnd Koroa,
having been occupied nnd sorvlng as
a field of battle, will bo one of the
subjects of negotiations If Ilussla Is
victorious Korea' fnte. so far a Hus
slnn diplomacy can make It Is sealed
AFTER THE BEEF TRU8T.
Alleged Violation to Be Investigated
by Demand of Congress.
Whether tho "beef trust" Is violat
ing tho Injunction against It Is to be
made tho subject of Investigation by
tho department of commorco and
labor, according to a resolution or
dered reporled"7aorably to tho hotiso
by tho commltteo on Interstate and
foreign commorco Should tho houso
tako favornblo action on tho resold
earliest posslblo moment by Chairman
Hepburn, It will constltuto tho first
Instruction from congress to tho now
department to cxorrlso the poworg
given It under tho laws to Investigate
tbo operation of Industrial Institutions.
Jews Pray for Russians.
Tho Hebrew community nt Ornjovo,
Hussla, crowded tho aynngoguo Sun
day to pray for a Itusslan victory.
Tho rnbbl compared tho Japanese to
tho Amnlckltes, "tho memory of whom
would bo wiped out." Tho congre
gation raised n popular subscription
Treaty Between England and 8paln.
The arbitration treaty between
Great Britain and Spain, which waa
announced February 20 tho countries
wero on tho verge of concluding wo
Servl and Bulgaria Agree.
Tho rorresiKindent of a Borlln pa
por nt Belgrade Scrvlo, telegraphs
tint Klnu Peter, nddrcftslng tho of
ficer of tho army on tho occasion of
tho Servian centennnry. alluded to tho
Balkan situation, saying that they
must preparo themselves for great
days General Putnlk, tho war min
ister, rosponded, saying that the army
would defend Servian right This
Incident I taken In Berlin to menu
that Hervla and Rulgarln may liato
reached an ngreemont to rooporate.
Would Raise 8alarles.
Senator Oallinger lias Introduced n
bill Increasing the nalarla of tho ex
ecutive officers of tho Rovcrnmont
nml nlao of senators and member- of
tho houso of representative The
bill flxo tho following toalo'
President. $76,000; vice president,
$15,000; gpenker of houso of repro
tentative. 12.000; mombor of tho
cabinet. 1 IB 000 each: senators nnd
roombcr of tho houso. J8.000 oach
Tho hill provldo that tho now sal
arlo shall tako effect March i. 1905.
Chicago Messenger Boys Defy Court
and Beat Strike Breakera.
An Injunction taiuot! by the federal
court agalntt striking telegraph mes
Bcngor boy of Chicago hat failed to
put a stop to "slugging" tactic.
Ono of the adult inetiecngera em
ployed a a Mrlko breaker was beaten
Into Intontlblllt and atiolhoi rough,
ly handled In each cato the strike,
breaker wat attnekod by a doion lioya
who had trailed him from iho com
puny' office The assailants only de
sisted upon the arrival of the pollco
Delegates Jumped from Windows '
Tho Democratic county convention
which met nt Clayton. Mo to select
delegate to tho taln convent Ion for
tho noinlnntlon of candidate for gov
ernor nml other state ollkers, ended
In n row and A split Tbo Polk dole
Riitc, to CBcapv their opponents
Jumped from tho window uf the court
house, whore tho convention wn held
Tho turmoil stopped the IlmliiHton
murder trial Eventually the llawea
delegates met and elected del. Kites
whllo the adherent of Joseph Folk de
cided to meet later this week
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VALUE OP THE HEAnTY t.AUQH
There It a Tonic In Merriment That
What It there In a hearty laugh
that clears the' moral and mental at
mosphere and gives a man or a woman
new physical vigor? There It noth
ing like It for baslihlng miasmas and
do-jbts Thrie Is something infec
tious In It merriment, too. If we
only had more time for spontaneous
gayety and Joy we would be Letter
physically mentally nd morally. The
man who laughs seldom Is a dncger 1
ous one, Cactar recognized that ccn
turlea ago Even If ono thinks that '
tho man who decs not laugh hurts no
one but hlmnJf he Is ncvertreloss ,
Injuring socleVg.st leipe by reduolnn
Its turn total fjfmlrth and Jollity And j
ho Is sure to hTJrt himself because he
donlos MmselMtbo slmrle Innocent
Joys which maye men ono win man
kind. There I something tonic In n
hearty laugh. 'It freea the spirit and
quickens the blood Omaha World-Herald.
PUTNAM FADKLKSS DYES pro
duce the brightest and fastest colors.
Bishop Tucker of Uganda, with the
resident doctor and lady assistant,
bad a very narrow escape at Klkl re
cently. A ntnaff r of natives awaited
the doctor's flPntlon outtlde a tittle
building In wWh a confirmation serv
ice wat belngjield. They crouched
agalntt the wans to obtain what lit
tle shelter frop the rain the over
hanging roof afforded. The combined
pressure waa too much for the frail
tdlflce to resist and a collapse of tht
whole structure wat the result. With
tht assistance of a large band of men,
who hastened to the spot, the debrtt
wat removed arts' the three wbltt peo
ple rescued, fortunately not much tht
wort for the accident.
Mre. Wtnslow'a Roottiloa; yrop
Tor cbtldrta leethtos, eortf aa tbe autaa, rejoeea h
Ute of Garth at Food.
Contumptton of earth at food It
ssld to be common not only In China,
New Caledonia and New Guinea, but
In the Malay archipelago as well. The
testimony of roony travolers In the
Orient Is that the yellow races are
especially addicted to the practice. In
Java and Sumatra the clay used un
dergoes a preliminary preparation for
consumption, bojng mixed with water,
reduced to a paste, and the land and
othtr hard substances removed. Tbe
city Is then formed Into small cakes
or tablets about as thick as a lead
pencil and baked la an Iron saucepan.
When the tablet emerges from this
process It resemblea a piece ot dried
pork. The Japanese frequently eat
small figures roughly modeled from
clay, which resemble the animals
turntd out In pastry shops.
Flso's Cure cancel be too hlthly spoken of at
a cough cure. J. W. O llaitx, St3 TMrd Ave.,
W., aUnaeapoua, Mum., Jan. 0, 1900,
EVERYDAYFARE IN INDIA.
Chickens and Rice the Staple Form
Tho woman who goes as a mission
ary to India mub oxpecttooiit up
gess, a missionary Just returned from
that country, savs "During tho last
year of our stay In India wo had beef
only once, mutton twice nnd fish about
eight times. Chickens are so common
we got tired of them In fact, chicken
Is about tho only kind of meat to be
had. The natives are vegetarians and
seldom eat meat of any kind. A
butcher came to our city once a week
and brought goat meat, the only kind
to bo had. The natlvea cat cither rlct
or bread made from wheat or a grata
peculiar to the country. It Is a two
meal a day country, Tho rich people
live well and have dainties, but tht
poor live on rice and vegetables.
Nolthor knives nor forka aro used."
Uphill Walk for Health.
Tbo best way to get oxygen Into
tho blood It to walk a mile uphill two
or three timet a day, koeplng the
mouth closed and expanding tho nos
trils. This beats all other methods.
During tuch a walk every drop oi
blood in tho body wilt make the cir
cuit of tho limes and stream, red nnd
pure, back to Ita appointed work of
cleansing and repairing worn-out tis
sues. Tho uphill walk, as a prophy
lactic and curative measuro In many
chronic ailments dependent upon a
weak condition of the heart, lungt
and blood vessels, would prove Inval
uable. Medical Brief.
Down re ot Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
ta ntercarrvlll eorelr deairoy Ibe ae&ne of imall
and completely Ueraufe tbe whide a.atem wbrn
catering II tbroush tbe mucoiM aorlaeaa Such
arUclea aboald naver bo u.ed etcept un prticrlp
tlMia (rom reputable phralclana, aa ibe dtmaao ibay
will du la tan Sam 10 tbn luul yeu caa p-iaalUf de-
Ilre (rvm tbem. Uaire laurrb Care, niaaufacmred
f y. J. Cbroer si Cu., Tuledo, o f!talne no mer
cury, and la taken Internally siting dlreetly up, a
tbe Dbx4 aad mucous ur(a?ee u( Ibe eraleni, la
buying Halle Laurrn Cure be tare yuti gel the
Eenulne, It la taken tatentallr audniejelnloledo,
ialo,byr J CbenayAOo. Icailmtiale a (res.
Kkl by Droital.i.. I rlee tso per hutue.
Take Haifa Karally l'l la (or ottuUpallen.
Heaviest' In Winter.
Borne curious experiment bare
been made at one of tbo royal phil
anthropic Institutions at Copenhagen.
Fer tomo years back the toventy boyt
and girls In the place havo been care
fully weighed every day In groups ot
fittetn and under Thereby It It
proved that the children gain weight
mostly In autumn and In tho early
part of December From that time till
the end ot April there It tctrcely any
Increase In weight More remarkablt
still, there Is a diminution till the end
Tht Oat Wonder.
Tht Editor must tell It reader ot
this marvel. It originated with tht
largest farm reed grower In the world,
John A. Bailor Seed Co , La Crosse,
Wis. It liaa stiff straw, ttandt up like
a ttone wall, Is white, heavy, and hat
long ears, rilled to the tip with fat.
Plump kernels. It I n. great tteoler, 10
stocks from one kernel
U YOU WIU. SIM THIS SOTICS AKD
lOo It TAMIt
to above addreae jpu will get a sam
ple or this Oat Weiulei, which yielded
In 1903, In 40 Htaui from 2M to 310 bu.
per acre, together with other farm
seed samples and their big catalog.
(W. N. U.)
Can Da Acclimated.
The red thanked grouse preserved
In Scotland It a noble bird, and It
peculiar to that country, though
wor'y of a wldt dissemination be
came of Itt large alio and edlblt
qualities. It should do well In Wash
ington statt or uven In Ulcblgsut.
SHIP BURNED AT SEA
FOURTEEN LIVE8 LO&T AS RE
SULT OF FIRE OH 8TEAMER.
Life Boatt Were Launched, But Ow
ing to Heavy Seat Were Cap
sized, the Pattengen Being
A special from Seattlo save: Four
con people lost their live ns tho re
sult of tho ftro on tho steamer Queen
from San Francisco to Senttlp, early
Sunday morning Tho origin of tho
fire Is a yet unknown It started In
the soclnl hall of tho vessel nt about
A SO In tho morning and raged for
tbreo hour before It was gotten under
control When the conflagration was
first discovered the lifeboats contain
ing tho women nnd children nnd many
men, wero launched, hut threo of
these, awing to the heavy seas, cap
sized, spilling tho passengers In tho
water and causing tho loss of nlno
lives Three men, waiter on tho ve
sol, wero suffocated beforo they could
reach tho outer air In safety from
their bunks In tho "glory holo" In tho
aft part ot tho ship, and ono woman
died later from exposure.
According to the stories told by pas
songers and crew ot the Queen, which
arrived In port at G o'clock Bunday
afternoon, tho vessel was off Tilla
mook and about thirty mile from land
when the fire wns discovered, Thcro
was a heavy sea on and tho ship was
pitching badly. When smoke was dis
covered coming out of tho social hall
on tho after main deck of the vessel,
tho crew was Immediately rousted out
and tho hoso manned while the stew
ards went from cabin to cabin waking
up the passengers Thcro was no dis
order either nmong tho crow or pas
sengers. When Captain Cousins, commander
of the vessel, discovered the extent of
tho fire, which embraced practically
all tho rear portion of tho vessel, ho
Immediately ordered tho Ufa bonts
launched Four, filled with women
and children nnd sufficient men to
mnn them, wero dropped over from
tho wlndwnrd of tho vessel, each con
taining ebout sixteen people Tho first
boat rnpslzcd almost ns soon ns It
touched tho water by getting under
the etern of tho hlp All tho passen
ger In this wero rescued by tho othor
small beats with the exception ot n
Miss Stclner a flrst-clnss passencer,
who wns drawn tinder tho hlp when
tho boat capsized The second boat
capsized while being lowered. There
I wero no passenger In this at tho
time, but tho crew of four men who
worn aboard wo spilled out nnd lost,
A third boat filled about half a mile
from the Queen, and all but four of It
pascngors nnd crew wore rescued by
tho other small craft In tho vicinity.
COSSACko IN KOREA.
Said to Have Routed Detachment of
Japanese, Capturing Their Horses.
A dispatch received In St Peters
burg from I.lao Yang and dated Feb
ruary e;,.ay that Chlncsb on tho
Yai "river report that on adynnca
guard of Russian cavalry, which has
penetrated Korea for n dlatnnco or
about two hundred vrcsts ncross tho
river, had nn encounter with n detach
ment of Japanese nnd that tho Japan
eso wero compelled to retreat nnd tied,
leaving their horses which wero
seized by Cossacks General I.lno
vltch dispatched cavalry nnd a body
of Infantry in pursuit, and with an
order to occupy northern Korea.
Blockaded by Japanese.
Vladivostok ha boon blockaded by
8. Japenese fleet slnco Thursday, ac
cording to a London Dally Mall dis
patch from Hakodate, which adds that
Incoming steamers report Russian
cruisers on tho east coast of Klnlt
wasan. In tho bay of Scndal. Japan
Japanese warships havo been reported
In tho vicinity of Vladivostok, but this
report of n blockade, although consid
ered probablo ho not yet boon con
firmed from other sources.
Ooom Paul Growing Very Feeble,
A letter received In 8t. Loula by
General Benjamin Vlljoen, formerly of
j tho Boer nrmy nnommces that ox-
President Kruger of tho Boor republic
1 Is slowly dying as an exllo nt Men-
tono. Franco and that Dr. Itcltr, state
! secretory under President Kruger, Is
also an oxtlo In Holland nnd a con
stant sufferer irom nervous prostra
. tlon General Vlljoen say his Infor
1 mation com 01 from n member of Pres
ident Kruger' household.
Evangelist Given Coat of Tar.
A mob of 200 took nn evangelist
named Bldwell to n point nbout a mllo
out of Dillon, Mont., nnd treated him
to a coat of tar end feather. Ho was
accused of causing trouble In many
families Tho crowd wont to tho
houso whom ho wag holding sorvlcos
nnd wrecked tho place. Thoro was n
froo fight, In which ronnj s 'n
Jured. Bldwell Jumped throti. ,. j
tlow and sought refute In another
house, where he was found later and
taken out of town and tarred and
War Clouds In Balkan.
Tho sltuntlon In tho Balkans, with
which Hussla. Italy nnd Austria aro so
closoly connected, although It has ap
parently Improved somowhnt during
tho Inst few day, still occasions much
anxiety It I no longer a secret that
Boris Sarafoff, the Macedonian leader,
camo to Italy with the principal object
of deciding on a course of action with
nicclottl Garibaldi, who heretofore
ha not approved of an Isolated move
ment on tho part ot the Macedonians,
Railroad Accidents During Term of
Accident bulletin No 9, which has
Just been Istued by the Interstate
Commerce commission, gives an ac
count of railroad Occident that oc
curred In the United States during tho
months of July, August and Septem
ber. 1003, and show that during this
quarter there were CO passenger and
220 omployees killed and l,u(S8 passen
gers and 1 OH employees Injured,
making In all !8o po.sons killed axid
J.68T Injured In train accidents.
DOCTORS FALL IN LINE.
Practicing Physicians rtcognlzt tht unlnlllnj reliability ct Doan't Kidney Pill! by Prt
scribing Uisnt lor Bicktcat, KWnjy, Bladdar, tad Ur nary Olterdtrt-a Iributt woe)
by no othtr Proprietary Medicine. Four cam cited from "Note! el Hit Prattice," by
Dr. Ltland WlllUmjon, ol Yorklown, Ark.
FosTts-MaausM Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. YoRKTOWN, ArK., Mar. 1, 1904.
Gentlemen: I have been engaged in the practice oi medicine in tbU 1
lection (or ten years. This is a very sickly climate, on the Bayou Bar
tholomew, near the Arkansas River. It is particularly malarious and
miasmatic; wo meet with many and various abnormal conditions of tha
human family, prominent among the cases in which I have been called f ,
upon to prescribe is kidney disease. Many of these disorders manifest
themselves by pains in the back, often extending to other parts of the
body; sometimes headache is present, caused by urrcmic or chronic uric
acid poisoning, soreness in region of kidneys, cloudy, thickened and
foul-smelling urine, discharges of pus or corruption; inflammation of the ,
kidneys, extending to tho bladder, is caused by excess of uric acid and
decomposition of tho urine. Hemorrhage is sometimes met with, caused
by high Etnto of inflammation or congestion. , ,
There is no class of diseases n doctor is called oftencrto treat than ' "J!
the variety of kidney diseases, in many of which the patient will have n
chills or rigors, followed by fever, n result of the kidneys failing to clim-
inatc the uriencid poison from the system. Such cases require tho kid-
nev s restored to their natural functions, then the poison and foreign sub j
stances arc removed shock to the nervous system averted, and natural A
I have, for soma time, been using Doan's Kidney Pills in these many
manifestations and with uniform success, curing most cases. I can '
further say that even in hopeless cases where they have waited too long, f
Doan's Kidney 1'ills n'ford much relief and prolong life. J can recom
mend tho pills in conditions of excessive or deficient secretion of urine. '
as also in convalescence from swamp-fever and malarial attack aa
verified by the following cases in my practice. - '
CASE I. CA.SC 3. '
Tiios. OatLL, Bear, Ark , age fiO. Brown Eaks, Wynne, Ark,, ago J
Pain (a back for several weeks, then 21. Had severe case ol malarial j
chills, irregular sometimes, severe hcemataria or swamp fever. Cava 1
rigors followed by fever. Gavegood necessary liver medicine.calomel and v
purgative ot calomel and padoph, radoph, and morph.-sulph , to re
and Doan't Kidney rills. After lievo pain, and ordered Doan't Tills ,
taking four botes of tbe pills, patient for the high state of congestion and
up and enjoying good health for one inflammation of the kidneys. Ro
of his age. covery resulted in two weeks. Pre
scribed Doan's Kidney I'ilis, to be
CASE 2. continued until the kidneys wero
Mas. Suitii, Tarry, Ark., age 29, thoroughly strengthened and all pain
mother of four children. Had female In back subsided. ' 1
complaint and kidney trouble, mani
fest Ly pain In back and urine irregu- CASE 4.
lar; sometimes very clear, changing Elijah Elliott, Tarry, Ark.,
to cloudy, and with much sediment ago 34. Tain in back and legs and
oa standing In chamber. Gave local headache. Uric atid poisoning. Pro
treatment for female complaint and scribed Doan's Kidney Pills. After
prescribed Doan's Pills, after using taking several boxes pain subsided
sis. boxes she regards berscll as urine becamo normal, or natural,
cured. and patient able to resume his work.
These are a few of the typical cases in vv hich I have used Doan's Kid-
ncy Pills. In a great many instances I use them nlone with curative
results, while with some others indicated remedies nre associated.
I believe that by the judicious use of Doan's Pills many serious com
plications are arrested and many hopeless nnd incurable cases of Uright's
disease prevented. '
I have often found that one box of the pills is all that is required to
effect a cure, but in ioine cases I continue their use until all symptoms are
entirely absent nnd the cure effectual and permanent. Yours truly,
Afreetrlelottbls-r-at Kldnerand Mad- rf -o - '. v '
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The careless eye read gathering for
There are millions of Instructions
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world and tho world needs better ear
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A breezy Individual from the Windy
City drifted Into ono of tho uptown
hotel yesterday and used the public
telephone to talk with a friend la
Brooklyn. When he wat through hs
offered tho young woman at tha
switchboard 10 cent. "Twenty cents,
please," sho said "Twenty cents!"
hs tbouted Indignantly; "20 centtl
Why, In Chicago we can telephone to
h - for 10 centt." "Yet," respond
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know, that it tn tbo city limits."
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Value of Cold, Fresh Air.
Cold, fresh air has special valuo be
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of tbe body. It quickens the heart and
Increases tho number of red corpus
cles la tho blood A reduction of 70
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the proportion of oxygen In air one
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vital Urea as well as Ores In grates
burn brighter In cold weather The
wholo lde ot llfo moves with greater
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and wasto ot tho body, then much ol
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