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Then your 't body receives good, for the purified goes tingling to every organ. It is trr.edy for all ages and both sexes. ! rtiottiffraph Tim. careful observer of photographic I and shadows has discovered that Sinst striking time to photograph mtdoor view la during the half 1 or so Just before sunrise. The ' .lest landscape looks broad and e. and there Is nn unusual atmos c stillness. The light Is steel and while longer exposure will ; tcesaltated the effect with a careful ,;er would more than repay one he few hours of sleep which have 'dost. ' CutrB m Coiirrh or CoM At once.LJ Conquers Croup without fall. I'll ' In the best for llroiicmtts. Hoarseness, Whooping-Couh, au i for the cure ot consumption. WWiirmjiiuiM: u, jnw.iuinjiicBi.iiiitu. Sinall dost ; quick, sure remits. fm AumiBtlll Duly'a Ills 111 Mr. "1'je story of the late Mr. Augustin iM'b big grangerized Bible Is an in 111 itlng one. Mr. Daly spent many 'a in collecting the plates, of which mi e were about 8,000. When they 11 3 bound and arranged they made "( jr-two. volumes. Two copies of the ii. al version were used for the text. ' ry page Of the work was mounted "special paper. Some of the mate It for the pages was much soiled. y: ln order to get It clean Mr. Dlack 0:, who did the mounting, boiled the ".its. Then he hung them on a it hes line and eat watching them ' l he smoked his pipe. Mr. Black j estimates that Mr. Daly must r spent 5,000 pounds on his Bible. 1 1 J1! Teaching Under Difficulties, ,i tachar Who was the man that il .(r told a lie? Scholar My dad. Ihor-No, no! George Washing u'.i Scholar Oh, nil right, den. I'm ' g home and tell my dad you said ',ras ft' liar. Judse. fivf positions grow constantly worse. Such women need the coun sel and treatment of a woman who understands the peculiar VEfSY-BAY 'IV your Vegetable Compound has done for me. It has helped me taore than anything else. 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Kiom's orown rrlnco, having completed his edueatlon at Harrow, Ills brother, l'rlnco ItiiiiKi-lt, lias now bucu sent to England to school. HtipiTinn Court. Decisions. Chtnf Juailce Hinckley, of (in., has tried Ty nor'a PyapepBla Hmncily. 111b decision : "AtlHiitii. tin.. .March 11 Dr. 1ms. i. Tytinr, Atlnila. 'Jn.: 1 luivo lined, and inn niiw ulnu. Tyuer'a I)vspeislu Itemedy. It Is n inelltnl as well as a physical elixir. W Ithltsald alii pair uf spectxcltM I ean frequently see tta law In spite of unsuitable or ton much diet, i.ouah h. l.l.st'KI.SY." Price 50e. a l.ottle at all tlru-iKHts; or sent for price, uxpres-i iald. Iy Tyner lys peima Kuuiedy t'o.,4j Mitchell St., AUuuta.Oa. Old Iln Ins to lie Sold. The ruins of Chepstow Castle, in England, In which Henry Marten, one of the Judges of Charles I., was con fined for upward of twenty years after the restoration, are to be sold at pub lic auction. They cover an extensive area near the mouth of the Wye, and the walls on one side are nearly per pendicular with the cliff, which over hangs that river. The castle itself Is said to date from the time of William the Conqueror, and It stood two sieges during tho revolution. It has been successively In the huids of the Kltz Oshornes, the Clares, the Blgods, the Herberts and the Somersets, and It Is now placed on the market by order ol the new Duke of Beaufort. SlaujrTiter of Itlrds, One million five hundred and thirty eight thousand seven hundred and thirty-eight Is tho precise number of birds estimated by the British consul In Venezuela to have been killed last year to provide aigrettes forladies' hats. RS. l'INKHAM says that irritability uiuKutc-o ui&euse. Women who are nervous and snappish are to be pitied. Their homes are uncomfortable; their dis troubles of her sex. Mrs. Anna E. Hall, of Mill dale, Conn., was all run down in health and had completely lost control of her nerves. She wrote to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass., for advice. Now she writes: "I wish to thank you for what .KtL -dV VM'J. VT .li il- - S-a X yfi i i , .1... A3 VT5fw? ill Will eucli obtain (Din lnrii 10n itnolMma ,t t.llA.I t'w.tuaJ9 4Ji..-l. .... . packago of llubiuKci"M Jlct" hlon-h, two Shakespeare puuels, V'',lu V'a've beautiful colors, as natural as life, or one Twentieth Ceuturv I "- win miiu ever pruned, all absolutely free. All proeunnor tu KiiiIIckm Clunn Ktri-h i ..l ..i. '.i . Z . I ."."r1"1 0 4 nn grades of starch in the United Stutes. Ask your REV. DRJALMAGE. THE EMINENT DIVINE'S SUNT AY DISCOURSE. Subjects Lay nolil or Clirlst Ttm Hnlp. lulnvs of Itpllclon In FlKhllnc Llffl's llaltls lis Until For the Hl-cht anil Trust In the Son of God. CopjTlRlit, Louis Klopscli. HKI.l Wasiiiniito!, r. O.Tn this discourse Dr.' TnliDDKo employs n very bold (Inure ot tbe llinlnto brliiK out tlie linlpfiiliiHss of ro lllon for nil thoao In nny kind ot stni?io.' TIih toxt is Isnlnli xxv., 11, "llnsliall sprnd fortli bis hands In the mlilst ot them, as he. that swlmmeth sprimilolh forth his linnils." In tho summer sonson multitudes of peo ple wmle Into the pourts nuil lakes nnd rlvors nnd sens to dive or float or swim. In s world the most of whloh is wstur nil mon nnd women should losrn to swim, bomnof you have lenrned tlie side stroko Intro rlucnd by Quorne Pewters In 1830, enoli stroke of thnt kind carrylnn the swimmer n dlstnnee ol six fpet, nnd someof you may use tho overlisml stroke inventad by Onr .leiiBr, the expert who by It won the BOO ynrd uhnmpionxhlp In Manchester In 1802. the swimmer by that stroke carrying hie nrm in tlentrfor n more letiKthened nmch, mid so:no of you mny tread the wnter ns though you liud Ucn mndetownlk the sou, but most of you usually take wlint Is cnll eil tho bronst stroke, plnultiK tho hands with the hacks upwnr.l, about tlvo Inches under the water, tho lu'ldo of the wrists tounhliiK tho lironst, then pushlnu the arms forward coincident with the stroke of tliu fi-nt stru.'li out to tho greatest width pnsslhlo, nnd you thus linaonseloiisly lllus trntn tlie moaiiliiR of my text, "Ho nhnll siru.Kl forth his linmls In tho nildKt of them, ns no that Mvlmmi'tli surendetb forth his luinils to hwIiii." Tlie Illmrmiin seeks out unrrequentod nook.-. You stand all day on tho bank of a river in the broiling suu and Mlntf out your line and cntnh nothiiic, whilu nn ox pert miller breaks throiiKh tho Junlo nnd Koes by tho shadow of the solitary roeic and. In a place where no llshermau lias benu for ton years, throws out his line and comes homo at nbdit, his face shining anil Ills basket lull. I do not know why we ministers ot the gospel need always bo HbIiIiik In the same stream and rreaohliiK from the came texts that other peopie preach from. I cannot understand the policy of the minister who In lllaekfrliirs, London, England, every week for thirty years preached from the Kplstle to the Hebrews. It is au exhilaration to me when I come across a theme which I feel no one else has troated, and my text Is one of that klud. There are paths In God's word that are well beaten by Christian feet. When men want to quote Scripture, they quote the old passages that every 0110 lias beard. When they wnut n chapter read, they read it chapter that all tlie other people have been reudiug, so that the church to-day Is ignorant of throe-Iourths ol tlie Bible. You go Into the Louvre at Paris. You coii'lne yoursolt to one corridor ot that opulent gallery of paintings. As yon come out your friend says to you, "Dill you sue thnt liembrandt?" "No." "Did you see that Iluhens?" "No." "Did you sen that Titian?' "No." "Did you see that Itnpli Hei?" "No." "Well," says your friend, "then you did not see the Louvre." ' Now, my friends, I think we are too much apt to confine ourselves to one ot the great corri dors of Hcrlpturu truth, and so much so that there Is not one person out of mil lion who has ever noticed the all sugges tive and powerful picture lu the words of my text. This text represents dod as a strong swimmer, striking out to push down Iniq uity and snve tho souls of man, "He shall spread fortli his hands la the midst of them, as be that swlmir.nth spreadeth fortli bis hands to swim." Tho llgure U bold and many sldud. Most of you know how to swim. Scum ot you learned it In tbe city school, where this art Is taught; some of you in boyhood, in the river near your father's house; some of you since you came to manhood or womanhood, while sum mering on tho beach of the sen. It is u good thing to know bow to swim, not only lor yourself, but becuuse you will utter uwiille perhaps have to help others. I do not know anything more stirring or sublime than to see some man like Norman McKenzie leaping from the ship Mitdras Into the sea to save Charles Turner, who bad dropped from the royal ynrd whllo trying to loosen thu sail, bringing him back to the deck amid the huzzas of tho passen gers and orew. If a mau has not entliusl. asm enough to cheer In snub circum stances, ho doBervts himself to drop into the tea and have no one help hi in. Tlie Hoyal HumanHSociety of England wns es tablished in 1774, Its object to applaud and reward those who should pluck up life from the deep. Any one who has performed such u deed of daring has nil thu particu lars of that bravery recorded in a public) record and on his breast a medal done in blue ami gold and bronze, anchor and mon ogram and Inscription, telling to future generations the bravery of tlie mau or woman who saved somo one from drown ing. Hut if It Is such a worthy thing to snion body from tlie deep I ask you If it Is not n worthier thing to save uu immortal soul. Aud you shall sue this hour thu Hon of God step forth for this achievement. "He shall pre id forth his hands lu the midst of thorn, as he that swituinuth spreaditth fortli his hands to swim." In order to understand tbe full force ot this figure, you need to realize that our ace Is iu a sinking condition. You some times hear people tulkiug of what they consider the most beautiful words in all our lungmigo. One man says It Is "home," another Buys it is tbe word "mother," an other suys it the word "Jesus," but I tell you the bitterest word In all our language, the word most nugry nnd baleful, the word saturated with the most trouble, the word that accounts for all tho loathsomeness aud the pang and the outrage find the har rowing, und that word is "siu," You spell it with three letters, und yot those three letters describe the circumference nnd pierce tlie diameter of everything bad In the universe. Slu Is a sibilant word. You cannot pronounce it without giving tbe slss of the Hume or the bins of the serpent. Hinl And then if you add three letters to that word it desorll'es every one of us by: nature sinner. . We have outraged the law of Clod, not occasionally, or now and then, but perpetually. Tbe Jilhle declares It. Hark! It thunders two claps: "The heart is deceitful above ull things und des- fierately wicked." "Tne soul that slnnnth, t shall die." What the bible suys our own couscluuce nlllrms. After Judge Morguu bud senloaood Ladv June Grey to death his oouscieuee troubled him so union for the deed that be became Insane, anil all through his Insanity bo kept iuytng: "Take her away from me! Lady June Grey! Take ber awayl Lady Jane Oreyl" It was the voice of conscience. And no man ever does anything wrong, however great or small, but the conscience brings that matter before him, und at every step of his mlshohuvior it says, "Wrong, wrougl" Kin is a leprosy; sin Is it paralysis; sin Is n consumption, sin Is pollu tion; siu is dentil. Give It u fair chance, and it will swamp you und me, body, mind nnd soul, forever, lu this world it only gives u Inlnt Intimation of its virulence. You boo a patlont lu tbe first stages of ty phoid fever. The clieok is somewhat (lushed, the hands somewhat hot, preceded by a slight chill. "Why," you say, "ty phoid fever does not seem to be much of it dlseuse." tint wait until the patient bus been six weeks under it, aud all bis energies have be.'n wrung out, aud bo Is too weak to lift his little linger, und bis intellect gone, then you seo the (ull havoo of the dlseuse. Now, slu III this world Is an ailment which Is only In its tlrst stages, but let it got under full sway, and it is uu nil consuming typhoid. Oh, if we could sue our unpardoned sins as God sees them, our teeth would chatter and our knees would knock together, nnd our respiration would be choked, und our heart would breuk. If your sius lire uuforglven, they are bearing dowu on you, and you are sinking Bluklng nwuy from bapplnesu, slnkiug away from God, sinking away from everything that Is good nnd blessed. Then what do we want) A swimmer n strong swimmer, a nvlft swiminerl And, blessed be God, iu my text we havo blin auuouuaed. "He shall spread forth his hands In the midst ot tnom, as he that swlmmeth stretohuth forth his bunds to swim." You have noticed that when a swimmer goas to rescue any one he puts oft bis heavy apparel. He must not hitvo Buy such Impediment about him It be Is going to do this great deed. And when Christ stepped forth to save us be shook oil the ssndalsof heaven, aud bis feet were free, aud then he stepped down Into tbe JIB T Qt OUr trsnr -resstpBH, and It )t over bis wounded reot, and it came abovS tlie spear stab In bis side aye, It dashed to the Ineernted temple, tlie high water mark of anguish. Tlino, rising above the flood, "He stretched forth his hands In the nih)t of them, ns lie thnt swlmmeth sprend eth forth his hands to swim." If you bnvo over watched swimmer, you notice thnt bis whole body Is brought Into play. The nrms nro flexed, the hands drive the water back, the knees nro active, the head Is thrown back to escnpa strangu lation, the wiole body Is la propiilsloD. And when Christ sprang into the deep to save ns He threw Hlseuilro nature Into It all His godhead, Ills omniscience, Hlsgood ness, His love, His omnipotence, head, heart, eyes, hands, foot. We were far out ou the sea and so deep down In tbe waves and so far out from the shore that nothing short of nn entire God could save us. Chiist leaped out for our rescue, saving, "Lo, I come to do thy Willi" and all the surges of human and sntanlo bate bent ngnlnst Him, and those who watehod Him from the gates of heaven feared Ha would go down under the waves and instead ot saving others would Himself porlsh; but, putting Ills breast to the foam and shuk Ing the surf from His locks, He came on and on until He Is now within the rnnoh of every one hero, eye omniscient, heart Inllnlte, nrm omnipotent, mighty to savo, even unto the uttermost. On, It wns not half a Ood thnt trampled down bellowing Geunesarot; it was not n quarter of a God that mastered the de mons ol tluduru; it was not two-thirds of a God that lifted up Lazarus Into the nrms of his overjoyed sisters; It wis not a frag ment of a God who ofTerod pardon nnd ponce to nil the race. No. This mighty swimmer threw his grandeur, bis glory, bis might, his wisdom, his omnipotence und bis eternity Into this one act. It took both hands of O d to savo us both feet. How do I prove It? On the cross wore not both hands nailed? On the crops were not both feet spik'd? His entire nature involved In our redemption! If you havo lived much by the wator. you notice also thnt if any one is going out to tlie rescue of the drowning he must bo Independent, self-reliant, able to go nlone. There may be a tlmn when he must spring out to save one, aud be cannot get a life boat, nnd If ho goes out aud lias not strength enough to hear himself up and bear another up be will sink, and instend ot dragging ouo corpse out of the billows you will huve two to drag out. When Christ sprang out Into the sou to deliver us. He had no Hie buoy. His Father did not help Him. Alone la the wine pre9S, alone in the pang, nlone In the darkness, ulonn on thu mountain, nlone In the seal Oh, if Hosaves us He shall have nil tho credit, for "there was none to help," uo oar, no wing, no ladderl When Nathaniel Lyon fell in the buttle charge in front of his iroop9, ho had a whole army to cheer him. When .Marshal Ney sprang Into tho contest and plunged In the spurs till the horse's flanks spurted blood, all France applauded him. liut Jesus alone! "Of tho people there was uonn in 1 help." "All forsook him und (led." oh.lt wns not a tlotllla that sailed down mid savod us. It was not a cluster of gondolas that came over tho wave. It was ono per son. Independent und alono. "snreadiui I out Ills bauds among us us n swimmer sprenduth fortli his bands to swim." Heboid, then, the spectacle of it drown ing soul nnd Christ the swimmer! I believe it was lu when there were six Kugllsh soldiers of tho Fifth fusllcers who were hanging to it capsized boat a boat that had beeu upset by a squull three miles from shore. It wns lu the night, but one iiuiu Bwnm mightily lor the beach, guided by the dark mountain that lifted their tops through the night. He cunio to the bench. He found n shoreman that consented to go with htiu und suve the other men, and they put out. It was some time betotu they could liud tlie place where the men wero but after awhile they hoard their cr "Help, hoipl" aud they bore dowu to thorn, and they saved them und brought them to shore. If you have boon much by the water, you know very well that wheu one Is In peril help must come very quickly, or it will be of no use. Ono minute may decide every thing. Immudlnta help the man wants or no help nt nil. Now, that is Just tlie kind of relief we want. Tho case is urgent, Imminent, instantaneous. Hco that soul sinking! Hon of God, lay hold of him. lie quick, be quick! Oh, I wish you nil understood how urgent this gospel Is. Thore was it man In tho navy at sou who had beeu severely whipped for bad behavior, and he was maddened by It and lonned Into tbe sea, nnd no soouui hud belonped Into the sea than, quick us lightning, an albatross swooped upon him. The drowning mau, brought to his souses, seized hold of the albatross und hold oa. Tho llutterlng ot tho bird kept him ou tho wnve until relief oould come. Would now that the dove of God's couvlcting, convert ing and saving spirits might Hush from the throne upon your soul and tlmt you, tak ing hold of its potent wing, might live and live forever. Tho world bus had strojg swimmers be sides thu one ot the text, perhaps the greatest among them Matthew Webb, of tlu lirltlsh mereantile marine survioe. '.fa leaped from the deok of tlie Kussla. tho Can ard steamer, to save tho life ot a ballot who had fallen overboard. No wonder thu pnsseugers subserlbed for him n largo re ward and the Hoyul Humane Society ut London decorated him with honors. A mighty swimmer wits he, by the strength of his own arm und foot pushing througb the waters from lilnckwall pier to (Iraves eud pier, eighteen miles, aud from Dover to Calais. :!:) miles, where he crossed, yet lie was drowned at last lu our Niagara's whirlpool, lint tbe strong swimmer of my text put out ulone to swim a wruthlor sen nnd for vaster distance, even from world to world, to save us who were swamped lu guilt uud woe, und brought us to the shore of safety, although lie at lust wont dowu Into the whirlpool of human and sntunio rage. "He descended Into holl!" Now modes have bean Invented for res cuing it drowning body, but there has been uo new lnvontlou for rescuing n drowning soul. In 1785 Lionel Lukln, a London eonoh builder, iltted up n Norway yuwl us it lifeboat and culled It tho lnsuUinurglble, uud thnt has boon Improved upon until from ull the coasts of tho rouud world per fect lifeboats nro ready to put out for tho relief of marina disasters. Iu sixteen years the French Society Vat Having Life From Hhlpwreclc saved 212!) lives. The Gor man Association For tho ltescuo of Llfo From Hblpwrook, the ltoyul Na tion Lifeboat Institution uud our United titutes life Bsvlng service have done a work beyond the power ot statistics to commemorate. What rooket lines and sling life buoys and tally boards uud mortars und hammocks nnd cork mat tresses aud life saving stations tilled with machinery for saving tho bodlos ot the drowning! lint let me here aud now make It plnin that there bus been uo newwny in vented ior iae moral ana eternal resaue of a struggling soul. Five hundred attempts at such contrivance have been made, but all of them dend fuliures. Hear it! "There is none other name under heaven given among men whereby wo must be saved" than tbe name ol' Jesus. An occasional failure of tlie harvests lu (ireut Britain, France and Switzer land ia now Hindu good by the appear ance of a new harvest which is as steudy as thu traditiouul ice crop aud granite crop iu .Maine, mid which dillers fr uu them only iu its steady grow th. This is the croi of Amer ican tourists, which bus uiiiti broken the record. The loading Loudon tourist agency estimates the European crop for the yelir ut not less thau 70, tlllU AinericuiiH, who have yielded an averuKU return of $1,500 per tourist to tho Europium hnrvosters. In round Biwubei'B we may call the total IjflOU, OOD, IKK), or a little bit more thau the value of Nebraska's 300, 01)0, 000 bushel corn crop ut thirty cents a Uusbul. The French Burgeon, Dr. Doyen, lins exhibited to numerous doctui and students ut tho knl Universal ninemu'ogrt jib pictures showing vari ous surgical operations. The dootoi advocates the use of such pictures foi the educr.tion of students, Buying thej aro fur more effective thau the most sluborutely written descriptions. THE KEYSTONE STATE. Latest News Gleaned from Various Parts. KILLED IN A RUNAWAY. Mrs. I. flnndmnn Dead anil Two Cninpan letia Irjnrrri a ll.lt of am Arrlil-nt r hamnliln llrrausa of Trouble VVlll, T,Tn Council. 1'Blllsla Official Swallows 1'iilnon. -Vrs, I, Goodman wns killed In a runaway t Jlnysvllbi Park, Bhuinokln, lining thrown from a enrrlnge. Mrr. Atmn llclter wns In ternally Injured nml will likely die, while Mrs. Augurt Czmiskl wa bud y cut nnd bruised em the face nnd arm. The victims are residents of Jit. Carinal. Jlrs. Oood Binu's husband Is a physician nnd the He. I'lil'llcnn ranitidine! fur Coiinly Coroner. Mrs. Cr-nski's husband Is n hotclkee er, while Mr. 11 Iter Is a well known resident. The husbands und wives drove In two single carriages to Khnmckln. Iu the evening they Mopped at H rliiglleld ou their wy home, nnd i-bonly before the accident, left NprlujMh-ld, tlie women being in one enr rlnge, while the men occupied the olher. Mrs. Goedinnn, being nnixprt whip, drove fast, nml soon left the other carriage lu the resr. Un a steep hill leading to Jtiijvll!e Landing the home ran awaj. At a i-harp curve the cnrrlugn upset, throwing the women out. Mrr. Goodman struck a tele phone pole and was instantly kpied, Ii.t nrcl; being broken. Her companions fell "a her, and, while the three wero lying there senseless mid bloodstained, tbesccoud ferriage drove up. When the mm discovered tlie victims they were nlmoft cruz.d by print. They summoned help, and the dend nnd Injured were carried into the porkkeep. er's lodge, uutil a Hhamnkrn nml Ml. Car niel trolley car nrrlvtd, iu which tho victims wero tukun home. Ilirgrss Attempts "lllcliU. Brooding over oflklal dllJlciililos, William L. Fought, Uurgers of Cnrlble, ntunipted suicide I y swallowlug a mlxturu of corrosive sublimate nhd spirits of turpentine. He en tered the police station nnd swallowed about an ounce of the mixture. He then attempt ed to repeat tho dose, but was prevented by Chief of Police KliesnVr, who wrrsted the boitlo Irom his hand'. Fought theu In. come very 111 from the i-ITVots of the potion, and for n time It wns thought death would ensue. He still remains very ill. Fiunn clally, the Iturgess, It is suit), bus bnoa short In ids accounts with Town Council, and st n regular nieotlug hold several dnys ago that body relused to accept bis report of the amount of flues collected, ns It tiu claimed bo had not accounted for lines ninouutlng to ubout SllO. A short mcu'.iiig of tlie Council was culled llllll 1!M mitlrtn In... I noiilled to make uo future reports to the "'""i eui 10 nave an iienrlims hold berore Jusilcesof tho Peace. Because of this he became dot pendent. Hlg Church is I'ninte. Rev. Arthur lingers iiuuouncod to the congrorfuilun of the Church of tlie Holy Trinity, ut West Chester, thnt the edlllce had been pronounced unsafe by experts, and that It will be closed pending Improvement! coning suvornl thousand dollars. For some time services will therefore be held In the arish building. lLly Trinity is the largest nnd fluett church building In Chester County, and Is said to be one of the pret tiest l'rotestuut Episoopul churches in the Btutc. ltevengn oil Uovan.niont. Jacob Kuiz, a crippled C.vll War veteran, decuples a coil lu the County Jail, nt Leban on, ns the result of his unusual course In securing saiMnc;lon from the Government lor l.uiiglnary wrongs. Kuib says he served lu Ohio and Pennsylvania commands durlug the liubelllon, and, although homeless nnd holplos, he has boeu denied lldililaslon to a soldiers' borne, and was unable to secure it pension. Armed Willi it Heavy came, he al lacked the platnglass windows nt the rust Ofllce, and succeeded lu shuttering two be lore the police arrested him. Costly I'nllenia Itnrnril. The pattern Mornge house and repair shop cf the American Cur and Fouudry C uni any. formeny the Milton Car Works, at .Milton, caught lire, it is supposed from a pas-lng locomotive, nnd wns burnt d to the ground. The second Hour was lllled with valuable patterns that have beeu the work of years. Alter a vnlluut light by the Mlllon Fire Com pnny and the company's own brigade, the adjoining buildings were snved. Tho less is (25,000, fully covered by insurance. Cleared cr Murder Cliarra. The Jury In the esse of Edwin J. Brogun, tried for murder, after belna out nil night nt Lancaster rendered A verdict of not guilty. Urogau shot J. Marlon Wiley, n lad who threw stones at Ilrogan's dog whllo passing thu latter' house late nt night. Brogun was aroused aud tired on" Ids i ill--, with the In tention, he claimed, of frightening cfT thu supposed Intruder, but the shot struck young Wiley und proved fatal. Ia llrlef. Charged with assault upon William Lncey, Andrew Jlih y hut been committed to J ill ut Chester by Mayor Jeff.-ris In tl.OOO bnll. Biley, it Is clnltned, burbd a brick at L ioey, striking blm In the lack of the head nnd knocking him senseless. While James Flanagan, engineer nt tbe Duck K d je fan bnuse, Khaniokln, w is oll lug machinery, four unknown highwaymen entered aud brutally assaulted bin , i.f;er which two of tho gang searched his clothes, Hading (2.C0. William Bavsor, nged 74 years, Supervisor of Limerick Township, nbout a mile south ol B .yorsford, while banging nhuiters Irom a iMdder fell and dislocated his knee Joint lid fractured bones ot Ills right leg. The large wnter main supplying the princi pal pints of Husleton burs', due lo a slight ettnuir, nnd when ths citizens arose there wns uo water. It was some tiinu b. fnelho leak was located. N. W. lbiypt, ef C-menton, has purohared the Ani-rlcnii Hotel, st Cutuutuqun, for (14.260. Governrr 8!one has uppnlnti d llariy C, Willsou Coroner ot Mulllvnn County. Tbli vcs rnnsucned the home of Charles F.rtuksou nt Soring City, breaslug eousid.-i-uble f n r n il ii re. A S-moalhs-old child of Joseph Lswhend, of Pottstown, wu shockingly burned, Mr. Lswhrad having accidentally throwu a bluz tetf rag into thu child's coach. IliiSfrU a the rii'cli Mnlie, It, To make haggis, take the heart, tongue end a small liver of the sheep, ono pound of bacon, four ounces of crumb of bread, the rind of one lemon, two tKfc'E. two anchovies (sardines, may be used), ftNjuarter of a tcaspoonful of pepper and two teuspoonfuls of salt. Chop tho heart, tongue, liver and ba con; mix thoroughly; add tho bread crumbed, the anchovies chopped fine, tho lcmti rind grated, then the pepper and salt. Heat the eggs and then pour them ever, pack this Into a kettle or mould, cover and boll or steam con tinuously for two hours. Turn It on a dish and serve hot. August Ladiea' Home Journal. ! ff h t AW l TTr JWJ H, BUBBLES. With their pipes, nnd with a pan Filled with soap-suds pure and stronfj, Utile maid and little man Play with bubbles all day Iopr. No chapped hnnds will worry mother No stained clothes; they play secure; Ivory Soap, unlike all other, Cannot hurt, because 'tis pure. coevaiOHTjaM av tmi Baron Toll, of Nt. Petersburg, bus char tered n steamer In Norway for uu expedition lo the New Hiberinn Isluuds. Beauty la Itlood Deep, Clenn blood means n clean skin. TCo beauty without it. t'ascarets, Cundy Cathar tic clean your blood and keep it clenn, by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im purities from the bodv. Begin todny to banish pimples, boils, blotches, blnckbeads, and that sukly bilious complexion by taking t'ascarcts, beauty for ten cents. All ding Cists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 2jc,50c. Wlille plowing on bis farm. Joshua Dean, near Petersburg. Ind., unearthed IW flint spearheads aud 2 skeletons. Fits permanently cured. No fits or nervous, ri'ss niter first ilny's use of llr. Kline' tireut Nerve Iteslorer.S'J trial bottle end treatise f reo Lu. H. 11. Ki.ink, Ltd.. Ull Arch St, l'hlU.. lt. Mine. Felix Fun re, widow of tho French President, Intends milking a stay of some weeks in owllzcrland. . could not get along without Plan's Curi fnr Consumption. Itslwaj-scures. -Mrs. 1". . MoilLTO.N, Need hum. Mass.. October U.'. iri'.-. Charles Laurler. a brother of the Canadian Premier. Is traveling salcsmuu for a cigar firm of Calumet, Mich. CAtitrrli Cniiit.it lie Cured Wlt't local applicatiniiF, as tiicy cannot reach the ses,t ot the ilisense. Catarrh is n blood or I'oustitu cional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hull's Cstarm Cure is iiken internally, and nets di rectly on the bliiodnnd mucous siit'tanc. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is not a quack medicine. It was I.rescribed by one ot the best physicians in his country lor years, and is a regular pre scription, it is composed of the best tonics known, combined with thehcAthlnrsI purifier, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results Ui cur ins c ittt'rh. Send for testimonials, free. F. .1. Chknkv & Co., Props., Toledo, O. SnM by Droioeist-', price. T5e. Hull's Famliy 1'ills are the best. Rwect 1'ones from Wnorl. In Peru, Ecuador, and Bolivia there In a remarkably resonant wood called hormaguilla. Tho Quichua and Amay la Indians mske a most excellent musi cal Instrument out of this wood. It Is on tho principle of the well-known xylophone, only that underneath each piece they construct a sounding-box out of the same wood, varying In slz2 to tho uotc to bo segmented and sus taining evidences of tbe old prehistoric civilizations. A party cf l'eruvlans lately traveled through Mexico' with ono of these largo instruments and cre ated quite a nensatton among ths uiuslc-lovlnc Mexicans. A Heavy Responsibility. Mr. Gotrox I suppose you thorough ly realize that marriage Is a serious matter. Mr. Dudley Well, I should say yes, ye know. Such u deticedly twylng and sewlous matter, deciding just whom to Invite and whom to leave out, yo knew! Puck. The Missouri Leu is justified in cackling. Tho shipments of poultry and eggs from that Ktute exceed the vnlue of the combined shipments of whont, corn, outs and bay. We may expect an arly corner iu hens. Dizzy? Then your liver Isn't acting well. You suffer from bilious ness, constipation. Ayer's Pills act directly on the liver. For 60 years the Standard Family Pill. Small doses cure. 25c. All druggists. Wsut uur inoiuiuclie el' beslii it bttaulllul liruwn er rich black? Then into BUCKINGHAM'S DYE Mi rri, or rune'AT, rt P. p. Hii, Co. Hshh, h. i. "nr I wa InUimcd lo try ( Aue'A- It lO'l li, mil uu ci'lie milium lliciu In Hie linun-. My liver wiih In a very bail bluiim. anil mr hcuU ktlicil unit 1 incl t-l. iituicii iniulilo. Knw. .luce ink Hue IWuiul.. I luul II lie. My wllti lm hImi usi'd tiicui wliii hciiettolul re.uli. Inr .uur tnnuiu'ti." Jos. Uutui.lNU, I'j.'l Cuimro.. HI., Hi. Luul., Mo. CANDV TRAOI MARK IXSIaTIRIO laio -if piea.ant. I'lilainblc. I'liiciil. T.nle fined, no ujuU, Nolor blukvu, Wca.vu. ur Oritt, Ulo. klic, U)o. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... II. ill.. . t'MMar. e klni. aalml, . twk. UI M-TflHlf! 6nM Iiioranli-rd by all drns- Sour Sfomaolii In the housework, ns In play, Tcndcrest skin or frailest lace Washed with Ivory dny by day Is not harmed the f lightest trace Half the housewife's cr.re nnd troubles In the cleaning work befall; Common soap the mischief doublcs Ivory Soap prevents it all. asoCTts a gambli CO. Cincinnati Mrs. P. M. Bice, of Aptos. Cain., Is the oldest daughter of American parents born iu thnt Stale. Kbe is but fill years old. To Care Canatlimtlon Forar. Take discards Can.lv I'alliartto. 10a arSTa. If C. C. C. lull to cure, druggists refusa moat. William tVahlorr Aster has paid t406,M'JC tnxes lu New York this year. H. H. Giikkn's Hons, of Atlnnt i, G , are the only succestitul Hropsy hpecialists la the world. tee their Ubernl utter in advertise ment In another culuinu of tb.s paper. Winston Churchill, thenuthor of "Illohnrd Cnrvcl," bus druwu "J3.0l)0 ns royulties for . hree luol. Ills' mho of his book. Itdnrnrn Your liuwela With Caararats. Canity e"atharilr, ours cniistlrvutnn forever. lOo.itJu. If C. C. C. full, Uruk'Kisu refund mouey. An Austrinu factory makes a, 600,000,000, 000 mulches uutiuully. Acts gently on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels Cleanses the ystem r. EFFECTUALLY. Gog-.gADACM pS OVERCOMES lrrO 1 H4B,TUALCT'PAT.0N PERMANENTLY Buy THJ GENUINl - MAN'F o oy (AUIvRNIAlTG.SYRVPg. fOd ftAlt BY Ail CRUAST ftOl PUMTUl. No household can afford In hit without it-Kvcry household can afford to havu it. W. L. DOUGLAS S3&S3.G0 SHOES " " n Worth $4 U 18 compared with othr mike., Tndornad bj over l.ooO.uuo wuarerf). ALL LEATHERS. ALL SU'LilS TIIK ttKHCINK W, 1. ..paU. ud prlr tUapad am bettin. Take so BubnlMttts olnlmel to lip an Komi, l.arttost umkm J if H mid .h.vi ( in i o world. Yotir delrrtv)iiiu ki en lllPIlt If Dill, w will if ml Vbl ft tut Iron rui'plnf of rtrlc. Mum Uud uf it'itttirr, tire ui.il width, pitiln or cap too. uia-o'no t; Free. W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. DrocMon. 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