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THE TURLINGTON FREE PRESS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1895) .
Will bu Subject to Japanese
Courts Under the New
TOTAL NUMBER IS 10,531,
About One-Tenth of Tlicm Are Amorl-caiis-A
I.nrgo l'roptirtion Aro Mer
chants -I he ilnpiiueso Look to Am
erican I'or Kilttciulou i:p
ciitl Coiiiineicliil Itulutlona.
- IN A TORNADO.
Tho Onlr TUInpr tit Ho 3 to Open the
Hour nml WlmliMTa,
Discussing the nwfitl disaster In Wis
consin, Professor E. II. Onrrlott of the
weather buronu says thnt whim people
see n funnel shaped cloml coming tliey
should throw open every door nml win
dow In tholr houses mid then unit for
the storm to pnss orer.
"Your furniture will probably be dnra
aged by the heavy rain thnt usually ac
rompanica a lonindo," bo says, "but
your bouse will not bo carried Into tho
next county, nor torn to places by tho
fury of tho winds. The velocity of tho
wind causes a vacuum In tho atmosphere.
When tho cloud reaches n houso with all
Its doors and windows shut, tho four
walls of tho building must glvo way in
that vacuum, or the bouse is lifted from
its foundation and is carried with tho
wind. When the destructlvo cyclone vis
ited St. I.ouis a few years ngo, many
largo and substantial bouses were blown
down. In the path of the storm wero
many frail houses and xheds. Those
places escaped without the loss of n shin
irle. The numerous openings permitted
tho air to esciie freely. On tho othor
hand, where tho buildings were largo nnd
seourely rloscd the confined air caused
destruction. There was a similar Inel
dent just outside ChicaRo n few years
ago. There a storm wrocitea a largo
Washington, Aup. IS. Over ono thous
u 1 ill.' n of the United States, two
1 . . UiiKllshnien unit about onu
th.'.-iii.t (hi'inaii and French ciuzi.is.
v .H tn ..ivrclly affected by the new or- ,arlli Within a few feet of the demolish-
tl. r c iliinss in japan ny wnieu exu.i- ,triictiiro wero a workshop nnd corn
U iriKU'l.l lll msnilicill - wi'i iuivin
dots .ire made subject to the lawn and
Ih-m.ics regulations of that llmplie.
Th. iot.il number oC foreigners) ri.-ldlng
The Cramps Cannot Get
Steel to Complete Rus
A GIGANTIC EXPANSION
In thn tlomo Dcmnnil For Stool Larger
Payments Tliroiich (he Clenrlnj-Uounei-lliiilniis
.It on Hmpact r
Itsantloii-llio Gencrnl Trmln
Situ At Ion Gat bullae Strong th.
New York, Am?. IS. It, O. Dun it Co. '8
weekly icvlcw of tr.idc says
Tho Cramp havo discharged many liiin-
Thin Futile Strnlo For llcaonnl
tloii In .Society.
"It would seem thnt thoro could bono
condition moro unsatisfactory than that
of bolng on tho edgo of n situation,"
writes Mnry It, llnldwln in Tho Woman's
Homo Oompanlon under tho suggestlvo
tttlo "On tho KdRO of Things." "Yob
thcro nro many woninii every wboro who nro
clinging to tho outer olrolo of fashion,
nooloty, ncoompllshmnnts or n llfo pur
noso. In society ninny n wnmnn persists
In standing Just outsldo tho ohnrmed cir
cle, catching n gllmpso now nnd tbon of
splondld olloots, Imping soonor or lntor to
got Insldo; watching her chanco with
Digests what you eat.
It artlflclally digests the food and nldk
Nature- in strcngthonlng and rccon
structlnR the exnaustcd digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No othor preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
i Ktantly relieves nnd permanently cures
.1 . .11.. ........ T" 1 .. T .1 1 .1 T y . . .
ll.n ..ml (linn Cull I, net- fn n TilflPn Vlnli.lnnnA Unnr Clnmanl. Mnnann
tho spot ruthor than fall back to n plnco
whero sho might havo a linn foothold.
"Homo life health, comfort, self ro
sncct. lmvo beon sacrificed to gnln tho no
tlco of socloty lendors. It Is related of ono
all other rcsultsof Imperfect dlsostion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWItt A Co., Chicago.
J. W. O'Sulltvan. W. P. Hall, F. Henry
THE REPUBLIC OF BRAZIL,
ITS PRESENT CONDITION AND THE
OUTLOOK FOR ITS FUTURE-
Us hlnnll Trade WlthThli Conntry A flor
the Full (if the Kmplru In lHKD-Tlio
Ailnilnltrntlon of Harm---Inducements
Inhabitants of Ilrar.lt nro Intelligent ai a Rain by remaining under the Federal Oov
general rule, nnd quick to graps the ts- crnment at It in tin J i In "o ir-
entiui noluts or uiy idea placet boon um.tH'ic 'hir roi 1 w 11 i no sur-
thcin, they aro, however, con -orvutlV( in prise lo m iny if th xilvi.slon of tho
thnr habits, unit loath to change their former Hinzill-in I.tnoitf mount bo
in. inner of life, even when tho benefit to bioutrlit (' Jit at no j dl tunt date.
lliemMi lvc I very obvlauly npp.irnit "
who for many years had bowed beforo so- Parker, City PniR Store, R. Oossolln
clal position nnd who hail runclied tho " .. . i rammn. .yiiium.
round noxt to the lost In tho ascending ,2ZZZZZIIIZ
ladder thnt nftcr thu death mossungor hnu
ognltlon bad coino to sco hor. Sho Insist- '
od upon being nrrayod In n obnriulng
nogllgco robo to rocolvo her visitor. For
n fow minutes she enjoyed tno long covet-
dred hands mid asksl Ilusia to extend thui cd honor, nnd then, ns sho found herself
IIiikj for completion of two wnrihlpn be
e.iuae they ca'not KCt tho ateel. Comple
tion of lo out of 37 vessels building In tlio
Ueluwaro Is nlso .trfuetcd, It Is a curious
experience for this country but shows tho
KlRutitlu expansion ol home demand. Pay
ments thi'jueh tho principal cle.irln
just Inside tho circle, tho death mossengor
beckoned and tho ruling passion had spent
and outsldo fow York i'3.u per cent. How
long and how fnr this advance can no
crib, which escaped without damage.
"It is difficult to forecast tornadoes,
or rather to predict where otic will strike.
Jn Jnp.ui, as shown by n moiiosr.ipn on It is like attempting to ioreteu Tvuere
Jai an jut lireimred by the tiensury tm- lightning will 'hit.' The only thins to
it ,u of t: iiiHtlc ns. on January 1, IV'S l,e done when a tornado visits your neigh
jo.f.ll, aa against liats in lNiT and f.Jlt". in )OVlmo.' is to throw open the doors and
Ivk, Oi tills number In 1W ."-uB, or near- ... .,., .tn ,
1 oia-h.ilf. were ClJlnwe. 1U1S l-ms.lsli, ni,lt.,,imrhooti rnlc chances of without reaction Is the problem wnlch lev
Ann. lean. 52! (iermans, IM t'leneh. " rour n, Rl ilior lo 01- A ? cnnn9 01 , id headed Inislness men aro s
r? Itutl..iiH. I"i Coreans. IW Portuguese, "capo about equa those of destruction.! j , ,.Ut.stInll , f hU.,,, MUcll
1 Dm. h. and tlio remnlmler dKld 'di J he storm mny hit or miss you. it is wi,Ci, the groat consuming companies dress,
mi. i tin other eoimtrloB In numbers less i purely a matter of chance. have bought far In advance ?o that, all m w A French writer of tho thlrtconth cell-
ti -I m i. nil. "xnc uortnwest lias rareu ns wen this
Hie iiiw r.'lnllon In which tho forclt;u-l VP!lI. n nny other section in the matter
tr J u ..a stntwl to Its citizens, laws, destructlvp storms," continued Dr.
MU i jv.inn.eiii, Is especially important 0nrl.lott ..Thnt 0(.tlon hns been a fa
t, in-., m the unusual relation they hold . .,nmiB, o,l fnr t(.rnn.lne.
n eommeice. Ilotli tlio import ,," V " , ... . .
I'UUI ...l'.v ...l U..
ri l.u-lness of Japan are colidiici- e"'-' "" "'..
l.y foreigners residing In that of warm air nnd cold air, which gener
nrrlvcd word was brought to hor thnt n OLD BILL JONES. '
popular member of tho cotcrlo boforo which
nil hor llfo sho bad stood waiting for roo- n- loafed around the dlireln'j on the head o'
Too -hlfttiK, (ur to draw Ms breath, too lat fur
A alouthy, soort fur nothln cui, dresiod like a
A fort o' w'art upiM the taec o' a rfipeet'd camp.
Ills worldly (roods war Jttt an ole pro-pectin
pan an pick,
With which he oat to ot'n ay he'd ome day
turn a trick,
Tint all us miners laughed at him an in disdainful
Allowed thar wan't a bit o nerve vrappcd up4n
ole 11111 Jones.
Krp' trampin up an down the creeks an climbin
up the hills,
An scratchln round in laty way 't'd give a man
! clnlm to wear this particular nrtlclo of An talkin 'hout the way hard luck had bitted
him with a club.
An butnmin Wlmky Jack fur boozo an bummln
us (ur grub.
It you should offer him a Job, he'd aort o' sneer
He ralkiiatcd he'd be hlrin men himself some
lie AVon tho Urcecliesi. I
Thcro Is n proverbial phrnso signifying
1,raf. thn ttlfn ta natot In thn bnllRnhnhl.
houses havo been In August 55.9 per cut . , , , h u , lntnmtc(1 that "sho wears
larger than In 1$D2 for tho month thus far, ,,,. . u,,a i,-, r1,1'n,l
common nnd Is only lmlf understood by
inodorn explanations, but In incdlioval
story wo learn how "sho" first put In her
Hagcr to learn nmd willing to be taught. I
thdr piogicss Is freinieiitly elwcked by
this Itniato spirit of cnnnervatlsm thnt
holds them back from many an improve
ment for their 'ountry and them-elveM.
The greatest fault to-day with llrazlllanH
ns 'i peopb; Is tho lack of energy ilnd In
itiative, the first In all probability due to
clbnatle Inllueiiee nnd the second to Ihn
absence or moro widespread (olitest with
the more ndaneed slago of civilization
lo he found In tho fivlted States and lOu
rope. Time and foreign Immigration must
be relh d upon to remedy this somewhat
i-orlous defect. The treat boom In lirazll
Tho gigantic development In recent years In tho years of iwi and lvil threatened
of manufacturing Industry In tho Unlt"d permnneiitly to deteriorate llrazllian thar-
HLates naturally blng to the front thu ncter, and undoubtedly has lowered th-
questtoii of foreign markets In which to standard of commercial morality ftmonr
.. ...... a .i n,..i ...... j .. mn .. K.
i.i.u r-m,j mi .uu.-, ivtin Kuuun, niija u. jhu i it v Heuiiui s Ji n i in i i nn. Mir
Janeiro correspondent. .Spasmodic effoits is this a matter for iirnrlso when It Im
nave neen mauo irom tinio to iimo uurmg remembered that Ilrn7.ll for several years. ' rr o , , -jr TTi'lT
tho laH decade to open fieely to American 1 fr0, m-i t imh, was exploited and help- H .ITT I P 1 ,T7'PY1 (rl I 1 Q .
commerce the very valuable trade cen-' less In the hands of a bund of iinscrupu- Juall. I, li V Jt-tl V VI Ji. XAAjrl
trea of tho South American republics, but lone, adventuiers to whom honesty In II-
iliuiuno wunoui any imporiun. measure mnee mid commerce was an unknown
of success. Widely disseminated Itiforma ,,n;1titlt v, and who succeeded, moreover,
Hon of an accurate and detailed character ,,u,:ng the successive governments of
concerning tho existing conditions the day trucklo to their swindling and
throughout South America, would un- H,.,in(iniouH Intrigues at every turn.
douiitcdiy go rar to uwpet the apparent n,.llZi 0rCM rr indtu'emen'tH for Uu
Must Boar Signature- of
orders nave a narrow mat l(t. For six I try rMaucolles) rolates somo of
months billets havo sold nt SI to i high- , f n,-VI1Iltllrn. n( 0n whoso boUBO-
cr than the rails made from them. Utlier , ,, ,.' i. ui-
demands not covered by conliMcts aro ' -
,iiv v-i,iU .i,n.. nn.i .ioa nniv - laities was tho husband j Uitmo Anlouso,
prescribed in contracts. I tho wife. Aftorn quarrel onoovonlng Slro i,ut (u'r hm h,rd labor wir t00 trjln on tl,0
Cotton rose a week ago to ,5.S0 cents but llnins saltl, "l'-any in tno morning 1 win bones,
tina f..llon In 1ft Valll li.tlin, natl. ,.,ln n(T Yn T. li-.nihna nnd In fbnm llnwn In ,,, anl a ffftnl tf , In thn ,!,,.. nf nta mtl
i. Aioie than 1,11 iwr cent, of the e.- nlly meet tn .uinnesota, sotunern is m.,teii ,no coming yield at 11. STiO.oin to 12,- In tho mlddlo of tho oourt, nnd tho ono Jones,
itions trom Japan and more iham vT cousin, Illinois and Michigan. The re- no,v,i hales. Official and other estimates who can win them will bo acknowledged
-it. t r its Importations are conduct- )()r 0f storms, as may be expected, in- ,are all much smaller but tho man who tno ,nstor or mistress of tho houso " i c t0O(l " ,IU ,he c,m ' wtr n
y t..r.-uners. ui tno town exports rrpI1Sn ve.irlv ns tho nonu ni on n the . tlilced r c it v a vcar aco has tho floor. .1 i .1 u.n "1B "'"'"i'
I' ?;".!" r;,e ZZXXZ" -r"Wt becomes more dense. Here- . Prices S advanced ... cents jl I 0 uZX
" inrnrn t ip BtnrrriK nnvp Rivpni nver inn '""r"'" v - muiuwi im .-ion. .fwi., , t.i i 1.1 i..
;;,,lm, for year, and years, and nothing hj, nre ,ollle md.catlons of decreased oXl
was heard of their seventy, wink their , n(,vancr(1 a ,,, ,lurlnR but the good damo bad convinced tho
force was spent upon trees and plains. ,he WCpUf wlth Atlantic exports onlv :.3CT.-' world that sho was entitled to wear them
Now as cities and towns are being built src himhels, flour Included, against 3.050,: In hor ovf houso.
every lew nines, uie paui 111 me moiiiih jr(S year,
a :-iiu s in that country and lltty
' 11111II011 by Japanese merehants,
r ! t'ie total Imports of tin yea ,
v , ink, . y,n In vnlue wero imported by
rn ,!j;i- ami WUtuO yen in value by
J 11111.1-. men hunts.
Tn.it the Japaneco havo piovel npt pu
pil- I 1 Uk siiuly of foreign commerce as ,e destroyed without the reading public
mi it .b -Iiumii by un oxamlnatlou of tho (earning of it.
e ml of Japan's foreign trade durliug tho ..Tornndoes' travel from west to enst
He'd better hit a easy trail an nose It out o'
An Jet as an incenlhe to accelerate his gait
1 slung my hoot out with a kick that wa'n't no
apathy now generally exhibited In tlio ropean Immigration and settlenunt
United Stutes regarding theso countries, tinnm-tinni n im,... ,.rr,n ,.c tm- miinri.
It may Important also to call attention 1)le slalQr of aio Grande do Sul, Sai.t.i 1
to the fact that In the caso of certain , c'atarlna, Parana and Sao I'nulo, aw.iy
com-modilles the exportation from bouth fr(,m thc ,,cnc.0Kt rnJoy (l tempeiatc ell
America to Kitropo Is in direct compoti- mao Hlil A frtlIo ,,, ln tho llrst tllr,.0
tieti with products shipped from lho provinces named tho natural facilities of
('lilted States, and that this competition ,hf, ,ull( Iir(. favl,rablo for cuttle ranching
threatens to becotnn much moto scyero n ,n,rp0i,CSi ngrictilturo of all kinds, fruit
tho course of the next few years .Notably KrowB nn,i maj. 3mli industries from
i.s this so ln connect cei with tlio Argentina wnU.h a conif0rtablo living can be gained.
Jtepubllc. whence the shipments of beef, Jn H.inta Catarlna and Itlo Clrande do
cattle and breadstuffs during the last ilvo SuI llc nuinl),,r of Ocrman settlerH Is now
j cars have rnp illy increased and bid fair i)ciWccn M.ooo and m.o, and these peopio
to continue doing so as the natural re ,.(lem o bo falrl . wU COIU(.ntr.,i wlUl ,hPir
smirccH of the vast fort c p.ulns in tho ; Iol T)lp StntP of Hn( ,,au() , p,.,neipal y
vicinity ot tho lllvcr 1'latr become d'-inoKa for ti,0 production of coffee, and
vclopcd by the nivllcatioii ot improved small attention Is paid to other industrial
sstem of farm ng. In he present letter ,r8ultf, ,, lmmlgratlon has takm
propose to deal only with the conditions H ,ln,,, , , jrt nf 1 ,, t,
to-r ay prevailing 11 mazu anii 1110 room , I10pu,atltm ln Ule city and State of Sao I
. ...nw..h ... j .r 1 i. ,1 . I'aulo now exceeding lOO.OO) souls and con-
o American trade ln tho Immediato 8tant1y ,cre(1K)MB by ti10 lnnu!c of frf.sh
I , .., ,, , larrlvals from Italy, Tho -State of Mlnas
,,,15 0 rl I ui Lfu. , '(itrara produces cattlo and coffee, and
.consisting ciiiedy of coffee and rub- ft
her; on tho other hand, the exports to ,, ,,, , 1.. p ' , ,
i!.... ,n , , r tnnt.n-t tnnt factor in the worlds supply of gold,
thus' ea ? Vntho-i 1 a,e dtbtoV WgV0 JU V
to the extent of H8.4S7.I1S. This result Is 'cn' lo' V.?S' -ii"1.'!1' '.l J Pr,,i,m"
oblalnod nntwlthstandUig thn fact that V", . , i ,
i, .., ..,1 .1.. colfee and cotton, tho former place b' ng
grU majority ot all articles of ordinary alt" 1,10 "nlr.e otu thn ""'"1"; n.o,,l
!r,...n,n..,ir. n i,.r.r m,., .,f ,.i.;, trade. ! resit discoveries of diam'.nd I
See PocSlmlle Wrapper Below.
I Texy sruoli nnd as cawy
to taJco ns augur.
FOR TORPID LIVER.
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
FOR THE COMPLEXION
ij cirti I Purely Tcscttblo.yS
CURE SICK HEADACHE
are obstructed by bouses, which cannot
He only scowled in buy way an said that he war ' consumptlo,,, a large amount of cotton 'n wrently r eportAi ,, . r
.... and woollen goods, lumber, coal, oil and " , , rcl-";11'1 lar
... , 1 u j L 1 . . , I,, inaeblnerv of oil klnd fnr nn ii.ni, th,, the head of tho Sao ! ranclsco Hlver, closo
To roiiKh ole knocks, an he had heerd that chicks macninet ot nil Kinds tor use upon tho . .. of ,..d Mllm
. . eotfen es nles. l-n lltvn vs . Hilirn r 11 n 11..1 1 uliu 1 iilll(-l 01 JJcllllll anu .11I1I13
come home to roost,
J. ,. 1 ..1 ,.. u ..
tono and "trow Hporulntlvo movements GREGORY'S FOG HORN VOICE An then along tho Ouray trail he dragged hi.
i.i- i h je.iis 111 ora 1.,-si , per ic ., . freuueut in the northwest hnro for industrials. London speculative, Unrtolntt ot the
31 ilie lmpoits mio Japan anu ji.i per ceiii. -, , ,. pel ng he ped to depress eat ly inl tho weeK
a-,', , vi.oiis were tiiinie bv Jaimiiese an" uiiUdlc v. est, Vi here mere are raucs ,.' , ',., Much has, been said about
utrc ut- Hy lu. the percentage of im- of. prnitie In the winter the storms ' " a ,.-.,nr fnl. the'ouk voice possessed by
,io tic-n mado by Japanese merchants form ou the I acinc coast and in the gulf W(.pk havp i.ccn in tho United Slates ' Gregory, member of the
I ad 1 r. 1-. d to l,.s per ei nt; by is-m, tin y btates. 1 lie summer tornuuoes come out i-n nsr.,inst ,-,i iHl year and in Canada 2t Osaco county. The voice is
h. 1 ! i
hid 21.2 per cent., and in 1K' :'.:H of the llocky mountain region and aro
, v t 01 the total Imports was mado ,,( nf tlC- come jn contact with tho
l I 1 'i' 11 merch ..its. .Meantime, their warm air of tho vnlley states. The com-
b .r. in the expert , t,n buses Increa- 1)ination o ,),. cold nir in the original
ncr .,m. In 'Mi,, and S3.7 per cent, mi niixiug at different angles forms the cy-
The total value of tho Imports by clonic force which causes the destruction.
Ja 1 - merchants In ISs.". was l,M,lul Tornadoes nre broken by obstacles and
ye, 1 in 1 v i, 'ui iTJ.S.'.n yen, while the to- cannot exist in n mountainous country.
Ul in ot Hie oxiwrts hy Japanese mil- The storms form at a low barometric pros i
for a decline, ".! cents tier sharo In the
average for railroads and i2 cents per once rtt Leant, It Proved to lie ilic
t& Hon. Pete
rcnlly a phe
against 17 last year.
nomcnon, a volcano, a salvo of 13 iuch
guns. Our good friend Bottom said: "Let
me play the lion too. I will roar that I may
An Ro.irin 1'ork war purged at last o' slilltleM
ole Pill Jones.
We thoiiRht it war the richest Joke a-goln when
That he had stmcV a fissure vein thft war .1
Hut down in Uenvrr t'other day 1 saw a clean
cotton iUlds and mills, and for other pur S'orjos' , a,nu C-Npc;rt8 "ro ntnv roal
poses, su.h as mining a..d agriculture. At Uic sr,;t " 1""ln the ground on behalf
present Hrazll supplies the greater part ot "f a ' "rls y"dicate. Should tho dlscov-
her ,w.er.UJlllou l.u ..o.nh., ..,, I l.-,,. CrT Ol U1CS0 OHW I1C1US piOVII tO 1 10 Of 1 110
although more than half of her products ,xtfM,t nn.d Nnluo claimed for them, an
are disposed of to the United States. ThW "'"ensc development In mill tig vuntmes
Mate of affairs affords food for reflection jninedlatcly occur. In tho north ol
In the minds of American business men rf'z1'' ln 11,0 '"sf'cts In tho vicinity nf
and calls for radical change. 1 110 Amazon, aro tho forests containing
Ono of the great impediments at present V10 rubbcr tr?p?' tho amount of this pro
existing to a satisfactory development of i1.'"'1 'Ported lust year being valu.d .it
WE MAKE THEIU.
J. W. COOD&&L
57 Tine St.. Jlurllnston. Tt.
MANUFACTURING AT A MAXIMUM
Anil Trices ttetaln Tholr Mrength With
the Kxreptlrm of Hnw Cotton.
New York, Aug. IS. Uradstrcct's to
monow will s.'iv:
Tlie trade situation gathers strength as hastened to qiinlifj his roar in these fit-
summer wanes. In manufacturing lines ting terms: "Hut I will aggravate my
,-ihk. Our .ronil friend Itottnm said : "Let That hid a darned familiar look I somehow i American trade with Hrazll Is tho at).-enca '"''m"' nna tlio fupply us yet shown.
- ... . .... i no ,'.len or ev h:i Mt Inn
couliln t puce. i rnpiu uiui easy mcnans oi uircct. com-. ' ""
I , He lolled back ln a kerridge, dressed as nobby as I municaiion iietwei-n the two countrl-s. 1 "' i.ii ncvn re "
i ne oniy steamers carrying ti.iHengers "-"""-"- - ' -unm
trom .New York to Kto do Janeiro aro ,l """'J siauii.-iiuu imiustry in jsrazu
In hut ninn's beiirt eood to hear me
...111 .1.,., T nll1 ,.,!, Il, ,l,,l.n env a king,
""' 1 r" , . . ; - The driver togged In uniform, th. ho.-cs jest tho
J.;L ill 111 IUUI l;illll, IUI iiuu luui a
, . ,V - I ."" 'n -n,; r . ! l ,', , SUrt': rlu'-v 1,1 KI0"PS ""'I "ca prfH,Uctlon appears to be nt a maximum, volco s0 ,hat I will loar you as gently as
I, ifk. ion. lho fact that two- t times will cover several states. The and tho price situation retains most of its' anv ,ucu:ne dove I will roar vou as
.1..-,. ot tl.. exports ol J-ipan still nnd cyclonic force of the ditturbance is con- I old strength. Notable In the matter nf P,"5! "U"su f' , JiMlfferenen
Hut Quince was fearful that huch roaring An ,' slM , m who lt WJJ h5 (ilA.
might affright the ladies, anil Uottom i ..0 own,
Clua onto hall this town, I guess; that's Colonel
market through foieigners residing in
t'i t ountiy and that over two-tliiids of
the irrport- are biought in Japan adds
grt.J'lj to tho importance of the niew rela
tions win. h now exist between the Japan
fined generally to the eastern section f ! "oirr.mltcoT innviarv f'ormsTho between Pete and Bottom i. that while
the storm and sometimes is so high in nnd iron and steel in in. n forms. I ho
tho atmosphere as to cause no damage. , "Z 'y: nT
ther reinforced hy les- favorable crop ad- ing dove nor yet to that of the nigbtin-
Tbe cyclonic forces remain a mystery,
(St government and foreigners lesidlng nml while the causes of the phenomena v, f othor 'countries, notably 'ndla. cnh.
-...I .In I.,ILI,ULU I., ,.,,. ..n,..,l.- l. ... nn ,,,, c , . ..on t it 1 I r fnl'.,. . .... . . . . . ! M"1-
and domn i'iisiiiies In that country. nre known we are not successful in fore-
(f thv- 10.:,tl forulgni is irriding in .lapnn enkting the storms." Chicago ltccord.
in Is is :i.".!S wen, classed as "merchants . -
The Knit of the! World t
Professor A. M. Leonard, Chicago's
and export business Is reported somewhat At,,1 this fact recalls us to a story told
Impioved. Advice as to the corn crop ,, r.i,nrir sheblon of the onlr time
and Pete him-
,,.,, ,.. "'s- io . s.m s.ui- uy (-hnrley Sheldon of tb
still as favorable ns ever, some States. , . " . , ,,. ,., ,,
Jtably, Kansas, reporting phenomenally 1 8 Ionr ilJ vo,,,,m "
lire vlohl., .Iinlrrmrr from illlnerolls re. Self hecnmo silent llllll aba:
1.1,,-,. 'lnllfc .tuilp.1,1 fpnm iiHIiinrnllG re
n,.rlu II, ,,rollv nf uti,,.,llu nf Irnn ,.,! Were Home Kind Ol ( 111 I L'S 11 USSCC COUI1-
' apostle of the Mission of the .Messenger steel Is becoming Increasngly sei Ions, sup- ty, nnd Pete had been selected as the
of Tiutli," has discovered that the ndvent ,,Hes of structural and material being ro- orator of the day. lie wiote a speech
of the "kissing bug" presages the end of v"rled inadequate nt a number of points, that was to be the effort of his life and
the world. , There Is an appearance of quiet at east- rehearsed It down in the cornfields on his
iid ot'v r profess!. is." while ol" the lt'Tii
from thc l'ult-(l Status ST"' were clawed as
mere ll.uits and other profex-dmi-. Ol the
211 I ul' h -ubjectu. 371 were til .is l.if.-i.l
end f the iJi (ji uuii.-, l.-i we'e so cl i.-si-lud
'1 1 1 ly number if f. 'nun. r- residing
in J 1 m l only ahoul n X'b as great
as it 1 11111'" r of Japan, '-e 11 -al n; In fnr-
. ,. .. .lp O't,.-. I.,,, r,. . ..11.111a .,f
Ul mill. :i, IH'7. .mil lt i 11. t 'i. stlii,' 10 go the other night he pronounced the rotable exception 'to the gincril, I'ete faced his nudience, threw out his
. fi'ir tl at the Japanese taU- a census mysterious plcipcs to be the veritable lo- u-p,,,.,), of ,,rees Is found In raw cotton,! chest and thundered, "Fellow citizens!"
cu. 11 j. bowed 5S,7s:. Jnp.me.-f le.-ldlng cust which the book of Hevelation says Whleh lost all of last week's advan e ow- J Down went a chandelier, crash went a
in 1 ti er countries. Jf this iium'iei 7' 10 sl,nll come from the bottomless pit, nt- lng to the Issaunco of a bearish ctop esti-, window, while all the old fellows sitting
" " "" ' "'" 'i nuii'-. -.".' ". meg men witn me Ming oi tno scorpion, mine wnicu irom tne present outioou nt ni,out the stage fell over backward
In a thunderous and sulphuric dis- ' ern markets not shared In, however, by fn,h4,r., fnrn, when the dav rolled
I.- i 1: :.. ri.i.. 1 western centers, wheie sales are renorteil . . . ..... - ...
itr,,s. Tho Jiii' .ci. - i ensiis of suui.-v .. .'".. inr-e -n, nrlee :ulv,inee mimoronu around anu tne muiiiiuue iinu nsseui men,
When I say I cure I do not mean merely tq
v o ,'i it '.o per cent ol the .lap.in. so from the effprtg of whoso bite the victim least seems very heavy ami it tilt- least, ri,ltchincr at their enrs
1 ;VJ':,V,,.,r'''i- V ,1' v h shall linger five months nnd which fas- prematurely issued. The str.nsth of 'd ntn e Z the i
mi ii.. i of the United htates. nf tho f ,vi,oHe foiehends do cotton poods market s maintained though l ite piused to Me tne I
inira n n - J'i.'.lU .IaiMiidso. ic-lding abioad, tens itself upon those whose foieheads do , ; f , , h h air a chance to settle down, ;
1 i;r w re in Cole. .V. In Unglnnd and , not bear the seal of the Lord. Professor IVpV Hriggs, sitting in tl
I'.ngllsn eolciil-s. I'S'il in Kussla and itus- , i.eounru reiiu extensively iruui me uuus i t'olncldnlally there b
"ian col'inb . and lli,.'i in China. Of tho i of ltevelation, applying each verse to j ,)0,.t ti,ilt a numbrv
and just then
staple is reported. L'hnrlcy Unggs, sitting in the front row,
Is a k viv.il of the re- squeaked out, Louder, please! The
imrl that .1 number or I-n 1 Klver iril Is I efTeet xyni, instntitnneotts. 'I be niirllence
r sl ung- :n tne l int. u Mtatcs, -lis beveral recent calamities, such as the cy- lir,. to be ,-onolldatcd. in woollen gcods w,,nt wlld and faiily bntnmered holes in
ii-. udints and 7LT, merchants. I clone nt St. Louis, the sinking ot La r.rdcrs for light weight men s wear go' ds ti1P floor . foolish grin overspread tho
, i1' ' ,'''ythe1iim.u-risVi,VnV.'n Uourgogno and the tornado in Wisconsin, 'continue heavy, and raw wool though hss face of , ,, , j that he
H ,tes ,n iilui itlonal m liters, as the total n the a d ence a nounced and shoes seems to have been felt i He drank something like a buck-
oi Japimosi) students iCMidlng, neveii wiiat ne sam to ue true, mil itrotn- . . . .. . . . , . et of water in a vain effort to recover bis
hown by th- census ilguies. er W heeler, a courngeous layman, signi- ., imnai ts a vcrv tlrm tone to hides. I voice nnd equilibrium, but it was plain
his life had gone
a load, i
v a l'i . and of this
he I nitid States, 1
number, i'17i wein In i fied that be did not nccept the professor's Most' staple osld" from those mentioned . that "the effort ot
2!i In t.cirn.iny. 4, In theory. This wns tho only expression of ,,,-c nrm and unchanged on thn ween. Cur- glimmering, and ho s
sua City Jouinnl.
luissn .ml Itussian ( oionlcs,. K In hnu'land i ,ijSsent from the new explanation of tho n ut railroad earnings show little icllcctlon
nnd r u'i-h colonlus, l In China, 11 in Co-, mission of tho "kissing hug." lot the fulling off In the grain movement
rea ii .1 in in trance. I .! mahf, escllcnt comparisons with pic-
Thc jniu.frial reletlons Let ween Jnpapi Kn froveri... ceding years, and the like Is true of net
n.d riiPod Ht.it- dltfer materially Sonree, ot V.l Known I merlia, earnings, mentioned elsewhere,
frain tho. of many other countries. Vhllo j lno persons out of ten attribute tho ns!ness failure for the week number 172,
r r total exports lnigcly exceed our total well known expression, "Mnn proposes, ' aa compared with '( last week, 133 in this
1 11 pi it t'e lonilUlcns are reveised In our , hut God disposes" to the Bible, but It . week a yen- ago, ;:i In lf07, :6t In lSsO-J
( mmern with Japan as our Immu ts from 1 wfts t)10 B00lj Thomas a Kcmpis who i and 102 In IW,.
I ,,' . 1 -v, " . Y '": snid It in his "Imitation of Christ."
,JrhXu Another often u,ed expression is "Com.
1 qt. red :, tho L-nited Slates and which I l'nrisons are odious." This is properly,
1 nno, (r at piesent are not prouu. ea in
t is 1 oui try. Of raw silk tor our miinu
lacturcis our ImpDrts from Japan in tho
y at Jui 1 uip d amounted in lound num
1m , to "'O.ono or nenrly ns much as our
' 'a' 1 m it- lo that country, whll" prac
t 1 11 y 111 -half ol our tea Imported was
1 so tr ii J 1 pan, tho total trom that coun
trj d iriiig 1I10 year being ovor If l.fHM.Wu.
Ot rin th' imports iiing.s in the vicinity of
vi b ilf million dollars; ll ix. lump and juto
1 r r .iiiufai tnring in loucid tfims a half
11. db 1 dollirs, while manufacturers tf
Ii ir pi J u:n range 1" iween two nnd
t ' million lollnrn nnnimlly. Jupahesii
0,11 al f'gures shows that the expoits fiom
t nt ( jmitry to tho Pnlted Stales were In
1 is 17,311. 134 yon and her 'mpoits from tho
" rltcd SUitos 10.00I.W7 ym.
n examination of tho t( tnl figures for
'is i li5ws that Japan's total with tho U'nl
' 1 SUI - Is larger than that with any
0U11 r oTiutry. The exports to tho Unlled
s-i ,is . in,- 17,1ll.l.Vl yen, against ". 173.
' 10 Hong Kong, 2u,1!i3,17'. to China. 2'4ii;,-
"i to I'r.in. e, nnd 7,7s.!,iU3 to the United
K i.gd.iin, whllo tho Imports from tho Uil
I (1 Kingdom. 40,7i;i,21t from lirltlsii Kast
Iridic SU.'V.M.SCO from China and 2i,010.!,Cl
yen from Germany.
Scrofula, salt rheum, erysipelas and oth
er distressing eruptive diseases yield
riulrkly and permanently to the cleansing
purifying nower of llunlock lllood Hitters,
Distressing Mnniiirli Iliseane.
rcrmnntly cured by the masterly power
ot South Anurlcan Nervinu Tdilc.
ilids ne"d bufler no longer, because this
great remedy can euro them ull. It Is a
nirc for tho whole world of stomach
weakness and Indigestion. The euro he
K n with lho first dose. Tlio relief It
brings Is marvellous nnd surprising. It
riakis no failure; nmor disappoints. No
ma'tcr how long you havo sulfered, your
1 iiro is certain under tho 110 of tills gieat
li aith-glvlng force. Pleasant und always
Bold hy W J. Henderson & Co., druggist,
372 College St., liurllngton,- Vt.
All weak places In your system effect
ually closed against disease hy OoWltt'B
Little Karly Itlsers. They eleanso the
bowels, promptly euro chronic coiutipa
tlon, regulate tho liver, and fill you with
new life and vigor. Small, pleasant, sure;
J W O'Sulllvan, W. P, Hall, F. 11.
i'arker, K Oossehn, E. It, Crundall and
so far as English literature is concerned,
Attributed to John Fortescue, who flour
ished in the middle of the fifteenth cen
tury, but we find It in Cervnntes, Mar
lowe, Iturtou nnd Herbert, whllo Iley
wood hns it among bis proverbs. Shakes
neare in Ids "Much Ado About Xotblni'"
paraphrased it Into "Comparisons tiro 1 R13.7RC: Incicaso 1S.0.
odorous, and iu this form the saying
has almost as much currency as in the
"Spare the rod nnd spoil the child" is
generally thought to be u text from tho
Hilile. And in substance it Is, for King
Solomon snid, "He that spnreth the rod
hateth his son," but it is found in But
ler's "Mtidibras" in tho neater form in
which It Is usually quoted. John (lilmer
Speed in Woman s Homo Companion.
New York, Aug. IS. Bunk clearings at
the principal cities in the United States
nnd Canada as telegraphed 3rudtrcets
for the week ending August IS, were as
Totals for the United States, $1,.1M3.'.M3;
Increaso 19.3; total outsldo New York, $374,
Gl 3.133: increae 23.2.
Totals for the Dominion of Canada, 52'),-
MY OLD WOMAN AND I.
Wo havo crossed tho hrldgo o'er the mid
dle of life,
My old woman nnd I:
Taking our share in the calm and strife.
With the travelers passing by;
And though on our pathway tho shadows
There's u light In tho western ky.
Some losses and crosses, of course, wo'vo
My old woman nnd I:
Hut, bless you! wo never found tlmo to
And a very good reason why.
Wo were busy as boes, and wo weren't so
As to stop In, our work to cry.
On our changeable road ns wo Journeyed
My old woman nnd I;
Tho kindly companions wo met In tho
Made our lives like a vision fly;
And, tbercfoie, tlio fow that Imagined us
Henrrely cost us a slnglo sigh.
The weak and the weary we'vo striven
My old woman nnd I:
I.'or each of us thought that our duty
Wns to do as we'd bo done by,
In the hope to exhibit n balance clear
When thj reckoning day is nigh.
New York Weekly.
PATH Kit HOYLK AND HIS HULL
Some years ago tho eha-iel which Father
soon tat down. Kau-
DEWIOVS COMIN' HOME
(Prom the Chicago ltccord.)
Prom Maine to California, throughout our
Ther's snmothln' ngltatln' us a child could
A patriotic sentiment as strong nn' warm
As ever cheered the heart of mnn an'
thrilled It through an' through;
No partisan or race or creed or low or up
Can gather in this feelln' an1 control It
with a trust.
An" pretty soon from inluo pit up to
heaven's distant dome
That prnt-np feelln' will explode for
Dewey's comln' home.
Jimmy Dose gnils must t'Ink I'm somf.
sort of infant food, de way dey cry fer
inc. New York Journal.
tho-je owned by Lambert & llolu Tho "n many Instances the companies engagoil
I, of iie n! n n h m 1 1 1 JE.,1 factory rcsuH I. but .1 is has " in osV n-' stop them for a tune and then have them reJ
antiquated character as to olt'e- no at- variably been duo to bad management 1 turn again. I mean a radical Cure. Ihavemadi
tractions to tho would-bo traveller. Of "ntl lnc.poilerice. Whero tho concerns the disease of FITS, EPILEPSY or FALLING
course there Is tho alternative of proceed- havo boon under tho direction of torn- qCKNESS a life-Ions' Studv I warrant mv
ing to Kuropo nnd embarking ln a Hrltlsh l)cl011t ,ncn. ""-' " 11 rule bcig foreign- ll-M;L" a 'nf. 5luay- ' warrant m
KteiKl, or German ship . for Itlo do fair profit has generally been made. remedy to Cure the worst COSeS. BecauSS-
Jar.eiro; but a Journey so undertaken. Tho cottons manufactured are entirely for Others have failej is no reason for not nov
means n largely increased expenditure ,nomc, usc' lhe output being not sufiicient receiving a cure. -end at once for a treatise
before the traveller reaches his dcstlna- J u'Iow ot an" attempt at oxpoi tation. ,nd a Free Bottle of mv infallible remedy-
tic.i, and also, probably, a considerable 1 In llc f"""-o there Is no reason why tins 1. JL 0 V D , Ji.r mlUiDK r-meav
waste of time In transit. It Is quite, ev!-; Industry should not become of very great 1 ulve "Press ana St U1I1CC
dent that ono of tho first and most im- Importance. Vast areas of land aio a. ill- Prof W II PEEKE F.D jCedarSt'VY
portant steps toward bringing South Am- n,"e I0'- growth of tho raw material, -r'- v.u.ri,ci.C, l ,u.t 4marat.srt. X.
erica generally, and lirazll and the lllvcr 'nbor is cheap, water power is convenient ., Irtr.. ,,.,,,
Plate particularly. Into closer commer- a"d can be utilized with gieat expense EsrArKOl- JOTU, JIARHIb.
Soela' relations with thn Unite,! slt..,i.. for driving tin- necessary machinery All STATK ()!' VEIt.MO.NT., Distrkt of Chit
Is the establishment of better nnd more tli.it Is needed to carry such undertakings! ,ndon; , , ., ,, , ,
modem transport facilities, and it icts to .1 mrv.-uI Issue are experience, in-. . Jh'u, J. ''t of 'l"t? nil, n '
I with merican energy and enterprise to Itlathe, attention to details and enoigy. To all persons interested m the estate
take the matter In hand and solve the Brazilians may fail for tho lack of theso Joel Hunts, lite of Colchester, in sail
present d.'liicltlcs. four qualities, but there Is no reason why district, deceased.
The nolitknl situation tn T!r:ir.ll ttwinv loreiEiiers who understand tho bui,liii;.t . l,ki.i.ii..
promises a better prospect for peaco and hotild.
l. ... - ..... ...... .. . O'l.n ,li.,.. 1,1 0.I..
luiei 111 uie iiiiineiiiaio luturn inan nas ' miiuiuuii ui uie Kuveru- 1 of tu, ;ltcount i 11
, neen me case since tno almost nloodless "" "i.iu e.xueineiy compiieaii"! . trntrix of the
revolution of UK) overturned tho monarch- an" unsatisfiutor'. I'or live years tho for a decree of 1 h
lal system of government tluti in voguo country was debauched by a clique of un the lawful
nnri unit lion, lVwIrv, II .,vll I.'.. Scrunilioils llOlIt lel.'l ivs who rami, tn ll... I Of .lltl d
n'i. ' ... .... frnnl i,f,.. tl... e.. 1 1 e I UUbtiC llutil"'
event alluded to has tjeen a stormy de- flieso men robi ed the nation ii e.-1 I thli onl ,. ,,,,, , ,
cado for this youngster horn of tho re- chequer, emitted huge amounts of incon- y.oiis to th dav i
publican fraternity of nations. On tho "runic paper money anil straln.ed the ton Free Pr, -- a t'W-
11 Ill'U'tf, piii.i v v, . uiir .ir 'i nt ' i ii.
3lst day of Aug i-i i t r the st ttl me 5.
( "nn. ,1'Jmim -v
'i - ii. ee.1' it ar f
. ' s.n.l i ita'i
the cs at rr
i "r.l. ! 1 tli v
- . 'li in all if
- i . by publish''
ec-isn ely pr
I i, tb. I-1 rli n.
M pu 'i. shed 1 V
diH i- i
Hi i. .
"Miss Miami llrown," be said severe-
heels of the umpire came (he praetorian credit of lirazll at home and abroad un ll UmlitiBton in s.,i,i . i- r .
method ot administration In Hrazll, pleas- il collapse becamo Inevitable. To-day Therefore, .,u ir. ..ti n .t P-1 tj,
ing to none except those at the head of r.-2ll Is unable to meet her obligations j,y'Vmr..., "n U i-'d' i. .1 " " m
affairs and the vicious circlo of friends lin'- has suspended cash payments on, her. 0 yon est tie- ,'.l..v'an . ' sa 1
nil t .i .li - iti
.ir.d i. win!-
'this Sth 1 y ofl
lb - r
.... ... .luiLiis iiii'i ini' vieiuus cii cm or irienos .-...-i-v .i.-.,i i. im-iun un, iivi tv,,,,... ,r i.nM,..a,
, n-nn ii. k nniirienin io in.s lie win- . .... . .. . . .i ...... ...... .. . . ...
""" - ' ' ' , , . , ami poiliicians immediately surrounding -u-e-Kii ueui. uu tne linproveu political i account If you see v.nis.
dow yesterday evenin. an 1 hyulid a them. Pnder tlie rule of Declioio da Fon- sitiiutlon, however, attempts are being i your light as lairs, 1. .
houn. It wall a smack. ' oca and I'ioriaiio Peixoto Hrazll vas made to curtnll expenditure and to revive 'claimants of s-id reside
"Oh, I done fohget to tell you dat de tho sc-eno of tho wildest excesses, a de- the national ciedit. Considerable sums of I t-'ven under my hand
I.!-. I 1..... a...... 1...M..,. I V.. ii inn.' ,yf I..-1 lleliet-v nf dir. ntiMlo ..r.ulil .u.mx'.r'.li.l llillier money .11 o ln.lnifr i,.i.l tei 1 1 . ,.-1,1,. AUgtlst A. U., lv'l.
niSII Olli ,,1'llt I.I....W .... .iui. ...u .... .... v. ....... u.i.k.v . v .... . -ry r, .......... ... . .,,.-
hyuhd 'Im." extravagances that bid fair to plungo thu druvin from circulation und destroyed, un- r, w St
"Miss Miami 1 bills VOU ndOO """ iumi J lino uailllllliu , lino, --.. - -in-u.--'.- ui un- uiuiiiiusiiuiiuil
.vi,i. la v,.i'i ..wlii..-'" Ilmilly, a bloody revolt in Itlo do .Innelro nro being cm tailed, and the question of
unauiijim gwim ,lm) tn(, ,,,.1,, ot j..nl.una, Sartta Catar- taxation Is being studied with a view to ' KS'PATK OP HlltAM WALKKH
gwine , own an u a p.uii.-ssei. t ma .ina J,0 (Jranilo llo riu , the raisin? of sulliclent revenue to allow l.IMiTO.V
wants to tell Im dat l-oggy Ilottoin hnb preyed at the cost of immense sums of the govornmutit lo meet honestly tho nee-' STATU or VP.ttMONT. District of Chit
done turned UI) a kisslll bug (int W'rs a money nml mnnv Viilniililn lli-.i es.irv exnellilltnre enlrill,.! In ihn .11...-.- tutulell.
ri.il neeloib. nn iilfivs de ban io." Wash- I ln I ir I'iii,len,u ,1 iinrrnu ion of the national nrY.ilrs T h,.. i.nim ..7' Persons concerned in the esta'" 9T
ington Star. ' I was elected presl-leit, and assumed olhce these good resolutions will be carried it 'll"tr!ct, decca-'ed! ! l'ur""Kt"n' 111 s' v
. . 'in the autumn of the samo year. The new Is impossible to ay, but It Is a hopeful ' ' GURKTTNO
!,.,, president set his face steadily against it sign that action in tlie matter is actually At a Probate Court, holdoii at Hur.ln.-4
irni n lirnte. ,., i, , .,. . ,. ,i,i. nfn.it 11,., ,i... i ton within :,n,l fir tho nisrri,-, nt i-i
,. t-v. L.-i, ....... i. .1,. , i. . i v,. .uu no 11,111 1.-.11, iiviHiiiii -"""' ...... ...... .-ui.iviiiit, iiju,er llllll. , , , . - - ...
Mrs. Oldhnin-Doctor, what shall 1 do , i,eavily on his country, and succeeded ' may be. has already been accomplished H-ndeii on the Sth dav ot AuRii-t u y'
to prevent these horrid wrinkles from ,i his endeavor so far as to bie.ik the toward sti-aljhtenlng out tlie tangled w.-b "VrJn ! n tint of HiV-.m k ut?'
coming at the corners of my eyes? back of this bugbear; but his hands were Into which Htazll was allowed to drift be- of llurlltigion. in said dlstrli , ' '' i !l.
Doctor Stop getting old, minium. Two tied iu many ways, a"0d constant polltl- twruu bsvi and It-DI. was picseiued to the court aiorc- id, f !A
dollars, please. Chicago News.
Street Cnr Conrtesy.
off your back. Here, I'll put it on again
Y. you bay so." Chicago ltecord.
eal intrltrue was afoot lo thwart ninny of Tlie commercial situation of rti-nit l.-,u nrobate.
.Ills plans. In 1Ki7 a conspiracy, orsan- of course been severely affected by the Alul " ,s oriIrfd by said rn- -i 1 m t-el
Ized by a band of ueiscrunuloil.s uollticnl collapse of the national llnanees. The 3th day of Septemln'r Ivyi at ' . P-.at vJ
"Don't vou dare touch mv shoulder "PI10"-". Plotted to bring thu reforms of reckless issue of paper money drove tho s,Xyd for iWving
.,ln !? snotihler Ur. aailllllNtratloll , ,m abruiu ellU by lhB vnluo of the curreiuy steadily downward. ' tjfa" oth-e thereof be ! given t" Ul' per-
,ain, mi. . ... . I assassination of tho president. This and to-day the milrcls, worth at par 27 sons concerned, bv publishing tin.- o:Aa
I wns only tailing n pincning bug murderous attempt failed to a, complisli pence, or a tulle over 51 cents ot Pnited three weeks successively In th. I irbng-v
"Perhaps you could learn to lovo mo in
Ther's never been nn admiral who had a time?"
better W.IV i l .l.m't !. T nnvne TVfiQ snr ,-nnil
Hoyle was Instrumental In building In Of takln' up tin argument nn' settlln' lt to, nt iPn,-nine thlnes I didn't like " Cleve-
l,-..v.l,., I r hniiph, of (lin l'reshv.. 1 Bt icainilll, llllllj.1 l Ulilll V iiiwl.
ic end in view, but only because the Sutes money, Is valued mly at slxpen- o, ' ton Ptte Piess, a newspaper p .' INh 'd nC
illet aimed at tho president missed the or 12 cents. Naturally tho trade of tho said Hurlington, previous to tlie time
"Two heads nre better than ono," If
the ono you have Is dull nnd heavy you
need Hood's fiarsa pari 11a. It will give you
Washlncton. D, C. bought of tho Presby
terian church near by a hell, which had I i'or when his side hns had Its say IiIh
been discarded on account of a llaw In lt broadside, In a word-
that created a painfully harsh and Jls- Tho opposition argument Is very seldom
tordant sound. The bell was sent to a. heaid.
foundry, whero several Inches nf tho low-1 You never hear him qulhblo an' he never
er rim was cut off. It was then returned hesitates
and put In place in tho chapel. Tho tone?, When he is mnkln' history for tho United
were now exceedingly soft and sweet und States.
the boll a source ot much pride to the con-Oh, talk ot cheerln' Caesar onco upon) a
grcgatlon nnd pleasuro to the neighbor-, time In Pome
hood. One day the pastor of the Presby- We'll knbek that cheerln' galley west-for
terlan church, meeting Puttier Hoyle, euld i Dewey's comln' home
"Father Hoyle, I was passing the chapel. He's modest as they mako 'cm, an' there's
rectntly nnd wns struck ty the rich, mel- nn one ehnnres that
low itiiiu oi yuui oeit. i uniiti i never ne
foro heard anything so clear and chlnie
llke. I quite envied you its possession.
Where did you get It?"
"That is the bell," replied tho father,,
"that wo iKiiijiht of your congregation."
"Is It possible?" said tho pastor. "I can
scarcely credit It, What in tho world did
you do with It to bring uliout such n. mar
Illlssed It, bllsscd it," returned Father
hind I'lniu Denier.
KZHA m. noun s'
l.neklnK III Spirit.
Jimmio What kind of a man is yer
new boss, Tommy?
Tommy Aw, I guess he don't nmnunt
to much. He never swears nt me. New
Hoylo Iu u rich hroguo and with a sly.
mlschlovous expression cn his hundsome,
happy countenance. "Missed It nnd got
tho Presby terlan dlvll out of it, nnd noth
ing else, I assure you," and with hearty
laughter that brought tho hearts of thn
two preachers closo together they went
their several ways.
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"nnsn't the peace conference done
"Of courte; it lias unearthed n lot of
new things to quarrel about." Chicago
Since he has won his victories ho wears a
lie's had all kinds of trials, an' there's no
one ever said
That he was ever rattled or he ever lost
No wonder that hlH countrymen will swear
that bo's about
As perfect an American ns ever was ' 1 ,," n aeria bo Hntho V production
ground out. ?' ., . , . 1 ii m,V,'. Tv...i,.-,i 10 vreMe for tho coming four years. Dr. tho cofteo
Ro hurry u,i, Olympla an' churn tho briny ' V' ,,'r,. I Snipes Mallcs waa formerly governor ofibeabandoi
An' everybody whoop 'er up-for Dewey'n
MRS. LANGTRY MARRIED.
Career of tho I'iinkhi lleituty.
Mrs. l.Uy Lnngtry, tho actres-, was
married on July 27, In thc Island of lei
inioiiiieii wciuii. iviini uie iiiiiiisiei ul vv,ui,i,3 nu.-, uerti tire.u iv emnari.-issii ny - .. . .... ...
war, who was talking to Dr. Monies at this depreciation In the circulating med- pcnr hefore said court, at tho time ii ' JC
tlie time. Notwithstanding this attempt luni and the importation of forelRii goods place aforesaid, and contest the pr-bat,
upon his life, tho presldont continued to ui-ircly curtailed as a consequence. A still 1 of said will. If you have cans.. j
put In practice his poliey of strengthen- stronger factor in the lommerclal depres-1 'jv-'n unacr my nana at liuritngton .iv'
ing the power of the civil authoiltles and slon is the low price ruling for toffee in,1'' district, this .'th day oj Auti.st, jJ
wcaKcuing tne military element tnrougn- me liuh-u amies i uu t-iurope. The low
out tho country whenever opportunities value of this product Is undoubtedly due
offereirfor this purpose. Discontent, of to oi erproductlon, tho total consumption
courso. was to bo found in many quarters, of codec in the world d irlmg 1SUS being
but It Is safe to say that when President about 700,000 tons and the production ex
.Monies Jlarros vacated his olllco In tho ceeumg tons. Of the total prodiic- pointed by the Honorable tho Probit.iK
autumn ot last year tho political condl- tion. urazil was respon.lble for iliio.uo , Court for the dutrlct of Chlttondsn. com-y
Hons in Brazil wero infinitely moro fav- tons In the year beliming July 1. W.fl. to mlsslonei-s to receive, examine and adju fl
oruble for tho gonerul welfuro of tho peo- Juno 30, 1S;. For the c-orrespondlnK pe- the cl.iuns and demands of all l ers. , a
plo and the progress and development of Hod ending Juno next tho total will not against the estate of Avery P FlwtirJv
the country than when ho assumed the be far short of W.OoO tons, Por the year '"tr- o Colchester Jn"1'1 Utik t b ens, ,X
reins of power In 1P.M. wviwu thc exportation of coffee from fn"? t',!ere'to and six nTontl.s from thV
Dr. Campos Sail's, who has succeeded Hrazll will show a large incresse. owing jay 0f the date' hereof being illowed by
Dr. Prudenle do .Morues ns president of to the tact that many new plantations (aid Court for that purpose, we do there.
Hrazll, may be trustcxl to set his face will then be?tn to yield crops. In l.ict, . fore hereby give notice that we will nttem
against any revivnl of tho praotorlan sys- ns matters now stand, proluetlou Is stead- I to the du'li of our apiwilntment a' tlia'
tern or government with which tho conn- lly gaining on consumption, and low er ' ",,, i,', . .ni,,.iX, , if ' '
1 1ST AT K OP AVKRV H. EDWARDS,
Wo, the subacrlbr-rs. having beon ap-.
lev una nli.uo.l ,.fln,. n,nr, , I lu.l. ,i,.,.,.u Hum ,it mn.nnt I.... I """"' ill .u .il oil, oil ll. S"-.
luiiunn urn! bivl-iiu away, i ersouauy me -oil n ip. un? inu-iieei oi a sun iiiriner in xt ill 1"
new president is a somewhat vain man drop In the alue of coffee that mnkis, days'
and baa no very brilllniit qualities to re- commercial nlfairs in Hrazll so depressed Datnl th.
deem his weakness iu this respect; ho has, und the whole mercantile community so
however, the leputatlon of being honest uneasy as to their tuture. Of course, If
In his Intentions ua rcKiirds tho people the price of coffie drops below the cost of
over whose destinies ho has been elected production for any considerable period, I. '
(slates over a largo area Willi
loneu, and tho exportation at once
tlio stato of Sao I'aulo, ono of the most be reduced to m-arly ono-half of tho pre
.'.nek a. m. on nn h -i fa ii
M dav of July ivm
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ll.LJAM 11 l,ANO.
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Thero nro few men more wldo nwako
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who spares no pains to secuio tho best
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,tll0mns J .', i' e-,ri ?i,m! !i ' '.ho Important, and certainly tho wealthiest of sent llmnc, this appears to be tho on.y
X nieeiis rr ll y tn vi Her ' father w s ,1,e Provinces In Hrazll, and since holding solution of the coffee crisis. Jn the meau
V ' w c t o ii ton clean of I .rIVv tl,llt otthv hc travelled In Kuropo, , time the Brazilians will have to turn their
qt li 1 nt 1? ; to F, : making the acquaintance ot tho principal .attention to other articles and so gradual
war,! i Sntrv an Irlsnm n S Xr , ent to 'representatives of tho foreign creditors, 'ly work up industries to take the place of
ward I.Hngtr, . un It ' "' , 10 ,n(i gcnoraiiy crC(,in(r a fiivtirablci lmiire. thc one they aro oblige! to abandon
attc tlni I v her remarl S hie be. v. Tim ion wlth th"' P00Pl0 wlth wno 110 l-llmo "KU force of circumstances.
I i lucu of Wales becau her friend i d lnto c0,"act 1,1 I'-nglancI and France. II Is not easy to foresee what the fat
ii n nni .,ni , i for otliers Her a ' i It Is loo soon as yet to form uny rellablo of Brazil will be In tho course of the next
ambitions became too expenslvo for tho "Pinion as lo whether tho four years of few years. In extent ',21t..'i00 squnro
hushaiid rind her father, nnd Mm decided administration for whloh Dr. Campos as compared with 3,7.7.nn0 contained
to go "n tlm stage! ,! ftillcs Is now responsible will bo nu ub-.Pnlted Suites. Brazil is so los.-ly
' "" -. -- ,,u , H'l'ht 1- (llf. fM,,. 1'.OU ..f fo,- -H.l,u ,1 V n. t ( Ol.l ..1,1 .ttn... .,,..,
Her first nppearnnco was In 1SS1, nt tho , solute success, hut there Is every reason 1 together that the only really common tlo
llaymcirket Theatre Imdon. In "Sho 10 l,ono lnal ,no Pouticai situation will mnuing ner is tnat ot inngunge. The Idea
Stoops to Conquer." In 1SS2 she came totc"d to improve uttadlly, und freedom of the various States separating Into
America to aft, and "he made other visits
She is an American citizen, having rain
ed a residence In California for ttn pur
pose of obtaining a divorce from Capt.
I.angtry. She made tnreo attempts to get
from Internal political disturbances Is a, groups and tanning Independent confed
greal factor In the prosperity of South ' oration? Is scarcely ever mooted umorc
American republics. I Brazilians. Looking at the matter from
Brazilian character bears many very ex-1 nn absolutely Impartial point of view,
ccllent traits thnt must be kepi In mind there steins, however, evety likelihood
Jwhcn forming nny estimate of Brazilians 1 that this separation will ocur. San Paulo
this divorce, and finally succeeded In May, bb a nation. Hospitality Is a national nnd the threo State to tho South would
1S07 Mr Uingtry died In an Insane virtue, and Is practiced by nearly all per- be better olt If they t -vcred their connect
flsyium at Chotter England, on October .sons of high or 'ow degree. Courtesy Is Ion with Hie cn're nnd north; the north
-A5, 1537, ueinom wanting toward strangers Tho,ern districts havo little or nothing to
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