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The Ceredo Advance.
T. T. McDOlQAL, Publisher. CEREDO. • WEST VIRGINIA. The largest Itbiary of the world is that of Paris. It contains upward of 2,000,000 printed books and 100.000 manuscripts. The woman tennis champion of New Zealand has but one hand, and that is the left one. but she can serve u ball this is exceedingly difficult to return. There Is only one $10,000 govern ment greenback still In existence It is owned by a Michigan farmer, ar.d he refuses to let the government re tire it. The baobab trees of Senegambia are believed to be tho oldest living trees on earth. Some scientist* have put the age of one of these trees at 0.000 years. The longest underground thorough fare in Great Britain la in Central Der byshire, where one can walk seven miles upon a road connecting several coal mines. The League of Agricultural Associa tions of Poland has organized a cen tral bureau in Warsaw*, which is to purchase all goods, machines and sup plies needed by these associations. Upon the spot, where the Grand Duke Sergius was killed wns found a large Rapphire that had been torn by the explosion out of the ring lie was wearing. The flames of the bomb had turned the sapphire black. Puget Sound and Columbia river sal mon are delicacies offered to the peo ple of Paris. Berlin, Copenhagen and other European cities in a fresh state. They are being successfully shipped in cold storage from the plants of Puget Sound and the Columbia river direct to Copenhagen and other European jtorts. A troop of United States cavalry re centlv lost Itself In the jungles of Min danao (Philippines) and for 19 days men and officers subsisted on the flesh of monkeys. A sergeant of the troop, who has returned to San Francisco, Is authority for the statement that the men became accustomed to the food, learned to like it in a measure and suffered no ill effects from its use. In Great Britain there are 22,380 miles of track, and in the United States 203,132 miles. But in 1903 the British railroads transported nearly twice as many passengers as did thu American railroads. In Grea,t Britain there were 235 collisions or derail ments of trains, while In the United States the number was 10,643. In Great Britain only one passenger out of every 47,793.320 was killed. In the United States the proportion was one to every 3.963,673. “If you would be Rtrong eat. all the sweets you can." Thus said George Hackenschmidt. the “Russian Idon,” who is reputed to be the strongest man in the world. After delivering this piece of advice Hackenschmidt turned a somersault, lifted with his open hands a man weighing 165 pounds out of a chair as easily as an or dinary person would lift an overcoat, juggled a 20o-pound iron dumbbell and did a flip-flap all in the space of less than five minutes. From a schoolboys’ game at Its In ception baseball has developed into a national sport, that costs the promo ters of organized leagues $2,000,000 a season and furnishes entertainment for the residents of cities with an ag gregate population of 27,000,000. A3 every city. town, village and hamlet In America has its ball team, it can readily be seen that the total amount expended each season in the mainte nance of the game in this country and the number of people who patronize It must be stupendous. China is essentially n land of liomc ■teads, for the gons, contrary to the general rule in Western countries, a’ ways live with their father. Some times as many as four generation* will b# found In one habitation and as many as 50 human beings. In order to accommodate the ever-increasing family additions are built on to the rear of the houses, and sometime* the bouses attain a length of 100 feet. The majority of the houses of China are built around an open court and ha v® no windows for admitting light in me outside walls. Butter, fresh, sweet and in largo quantities, will enter largely into the diet of tuberculosis patients at Summit. Hill, I‘a The use of butter adopted by Bcotch physicians in High land sanitariums has worked a m<*<t amazing number of cures even in ad vanced case*. Absolute freshness 1- j Insisted upon, the butter n*\n being more than three days old. Its use is pushed to an extreme that would be Impossible In persons of norma! hea tij. I The system of a tuberculosis patient demands the hydro-carbon that in found in milk products fine of the strangest of modern in dustries is that carried on in the .Fur-\ district of France. It consists in tak ing the fur from live rabbits and weav- I Ing It into a textile fabric which makes the wannest kind of clothing material known. The species of rabbits which furnish the material for the manufac- ! turlng process- Is the Angora, which has received th# name of the silk rab bit. Every three months it sheds p.* j fur, and several day,1’ before this take< * Jace nature is anticipated •. fen,a ids, which remove tly- long *:11 cn 1 by gerjtle frifiioife _i IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS CONDENSED. Interesting Happenings Boiled Down for the Busy Readers. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NOTES. Government Official*’ Doings—Crime* and Casualties—Progress of the War Between Russia and Ja pan In the Far East. Nebogatoff's squadron npix’ared at daybreak of May 5* L'O miles off Cape St. James, preparing to ascend the riv er to Saigon, where the commander ex pected to find the necessary orders for effecting a junction with Hojestvensky and revictalling his fleet. He was in formed of France’s desire that the Junction of the Russian squadrons should occur outside of Indo-Chinese waters. Nebogatoff then disappeared on t lie open sea. A correspondent at Hong-Kong de scribing tiie formidable preparations for the defense of Formosa, sayB the Pescadore islands have been supplied with provisions and ammunition suffi cient for two years and are now heav ily armed with cannon. t»en. Mnevitch in a dispatch to Em peror Nicholas says: "Our advance posts along the line from Podysouzsche to Shihonuza were attacked by the en emy’s cavalry. The Japanese were re pulsed. They renewed the attack the next day, but were again unsuccess ful.” President Roosevelt was In Chicago for 12% hours on his return trip to Washington. The time was consum ed by one luncheon, three receptions one banquet and four carriage rides. Honoring and honored by his political foes, but personal friends. President Roosevelt was at night the chief guest at a magnificent banquet tendered to him by the Iroquois club, the leading democratic organization of Illinois. Surrounded by men who have fought against him in two national cam paigns, who deprecate many of his wowed policies, and who have frowned upon some of his political actions, the president was cheered to the echo as he entered and left the banquet hall. President Roosevelt has reached home from his western trip, which he regards as one of the most enjoyable Journeys he has taken since he has been president. He traveled 6,000 miles I and passed through 12 states and three territories. Every state and territory in the United States except Florida and Arkansas have been visited by Mr. Roosevelt since he became president. A terrific wind storm worked havoc to many buildings in St. Joseph. Mo., and vicinity. Th*e loss is $100,000. Henry G. Goli, former assistant cash ier of the First National bank, of Mil waukee, who is charged with embez zlement, may make a confession. Controller of the Currency Ridgele.v has levied an assessment of 66 2-3 per cent, upon stockholders of the First National hank of Milwaukee to make good the capital stock which wus im paired by the defalcation of former President Frank G. Bigelow. Hr. Adm. Evans reports that th.> West Indian cruise of the North At lantic squadron was gratifying in ev- ! ery respect. An earthquake was experienced ,\t Bender Abbas, Persia, and HO persons are reported to have been buried by a landslide. Two hundred yards of the mountain behind the town collapsed. It is known that 2« lives have been lost in the tornado thai wrecked part of Marquette, Kan., and did much dam age in that vicinity, and that 44 per sons had been injured. Of the injured 35 were seriously hurt and some of them may die. The trustees of the McKinley Na tional Memorial association met atm formally approved the design for .. mausoleum submitted by H. Van Hurim McGonigle. At present the body o. president McKinley is in a public van In West lawn cemetery. Canton, O. Count Cassini, the Russian ambassa dor tft iIds country, has been transfer red 1 o Madrid. He will be succeeded In Washington by Baron Rosen, unr'i recently Russian minister to Toklo. Returns to the chief of the bureau of statistics of the department of ac rlculture made up to May 1 show the sics under winter wheat In cultivation on thai date to have been about 29 723,<"*« nr r*-s. Reports of n remarkable tidal wave along the west shore of l.ake Michigan were received. The wave seemed to b. the highest at Kenosha and Racln. Wit?., where a wa'I of water swept in causing much damage and alarm along the rhteks Torn Witherspoon, a negro, was tn ken from officers at llelniont, Mo., 15 miles below Cairo, by a mob of see end hundred persons and hanged in ! »lu public square to a large swing, If • 1 w; - charged with extorting money | from a white man. A semiofficial statement fr«*m high sources -..as published g'ving France’s position in reply to Japan's charges of breathes of neutrality. One of the heading Is: “Japan hns done in the Philippines and Dutch Fast Indies the same as she accuse* France of doing in In do-China.” An oil tank containing 14.000 barrels of oil. at Downs, five miles from Fair mont. W. Va.. owned by the South F’enn Oil Co., took Are and blazed fu riousiy. A cannon was brought on a train and three shots were flred into the tank, thus releasing the flujd |.os« 125,000. The Society of the Army of the Po tomac, which he’d its 3€th reunion at Manassas, Va., visited the Bull Run battlefield and other points of interest. At the historic Henry house farm vet erans who fought each other in that battle walked arm in arm and pointed out the trying positions occupied by their commands. Justice (iaynor in the supreme court in Brooklyn gave a decision In which he holds that a contract made in Ken tucky, which had been declared illegal by the courts of that state. Is illegal and void in New York as well. Snyder, Okla., was visited by a tor nado and part of town was wrecked. The list of dead is expected to exceed 100, and 85 bodies have been recover ed; a dozen persons ure missing and given up for dead, and of the 41 seri ously injured seven are fatally hurt. More than 100 others suffered less se- j vere injuries. Re’lef was sent from neighboring towns. From Oklahoma (*ity went 100 men to dig graves and seek the dead still in the ruins, and ' also a dozen undertakers with cofiins. Four more of t^ie persons injured in the Snyder. Okla., tornado are dead— I Miss Mize, Mr. Paulson, John Md'ar. and Miss Ruser—bringing the total number of known dead to 117. Twenty persons were killed and more than 100 injured in a collision between an express train and a freight, at Harrisburg, Pa. A earload of dyna mite in the freight train was exploded and the wreckage was destroyed by tire. Most of the bodies were burned to a crisp, and in some cases arms and legs are missing. Two or the bodies have nothing left but a portion of the trunk. Two more victims of the wreck of ’he Cleveland and Cincinnati express on the Pennsylvania railroad Ht South Harrisburg, Pa., have died, bringing the total number of victims to 22. Two others are in a critical condition. Four men were killed, one was fatal ly injured and a score of others were more or* less seriously burned by th** collapse of an immense gas holder at the Point Breeze works of the 1’nited (las Improvement Co., Philadelphia. A heavy rain and wind storm pre vailed in southwestern Oklahoma, as- j suntlng the proportions of a cloudburst near Lawton, Okla. The streets of Lawton were flooded and water ran into many houses. A man who says his name is Daniel Costable, an Italian, was arrested by Policeman Hopkins while trying to force an entrance at the rear door of the white house about midnight. He was locked up at the police station. Seven men were killed and one in jured, probably fatally, in an exp'osiOn in the Cora mine, one of the Heinze properties, near Butte, Mont. One of the men, who was carrying an armful of dynamite sticks, was blown to atoms. Herbert V. Croker. a son of Richard Croker, the former Tammany leader, of New York, was found dead on a southbound Santa Fe train near New ton, Kan., and it is supposed that he died of opium poisoning. Nan Patterson, the one-time Floro dora show girl, was released on hei own recognizance from the New York Tombs prison, after almost a year within its walls, awaiting a determina lion of the charge that she hail mu* dered Caesar Voting, a race irach bookmaker. Business failures for the week end ing May II. number 138. against 193 last week. 2”1 in the like week in 1904, 1X2 in 1903 and 19b in 1902. In Canada failures for the week number ■ 18, against 29 last week. A cabinet officer is authority for the statement that Paul Morton, secretary of the navy, will sever his connection with the government service in ih< near future. John B. Goodwin, ex-mayor of At lanta, (ia.. the newly appointed gram! “ecretnry of Sovereign Grand Ixxlge ot Odd Fellows, was Installed at Odd Fel lows’ hall. Baltimore. A treaty between France and Mex ioo has been signed whereby a reduo tion of |M>sta) rates is orought hIkmii. The rate of portage to r ranee is now the same as the rate to the Fnile 1 Stales. There will lie no strike of the mi ners in the employ of the Pennsylva nia Foal Co. arm the Hillside Coal and Iron Co.. Scranton. Fa., satisfactory terms having been agreed upon. Howard Malcolm Tichnor, the au thor. lecturer and eritic. is dead rt his home in San Francisco after a brief i'lnesa. Matilda Huttengen. 21. and Charles Henderson. 17, were drowned in Lake Michigan, Chicago, when a sailing yacht in which they were 'ailing cap sized. Gen. Thomas ,J. Churchill, a forrnp; governor of Arkansas and commander of the Arkansas division. Lulled Con federate veterans, is dead in Little Rock, Ark. Kva Dakin, a Chicago concert haP singer on her way home, shot and ki’l *d one of two nun who attacked her and tried to rob her. Accnsrd by h!s seven-year-old step daughter of having killed his wife and infant enlld by pouring kerosene over • heir bed as they lay asleep and then setting fire to the bed clothing. Joseph I.elding, of Chicago, was arrested At Rome, Ga., Frank Siarr. negro was shot to death after terrorizing the community and threatening for several hours to annihilate ail who interfered with him. A tornado struck the town of Hamp ton. Mo., and several persons were In jured, though none was ki’led. A drug store, a general store and a blacksmitn shop were demolished. At NIJnl, Novogorod. Lieut. Col. Creschner. of the gendarmlc. was shot d*-ad as he was entering his residence at midnight on his return from the theater. The house watchman was seriously wounded. I The committee of labor men appoint ed to call upon President Roosevelt and lodge with him a protest age Inst the employment of federal troops dur ing the present, teamsters' strike was granted an audience. He Informed them that no request had been made to him for aid but Intimated that the strikers and strike-breakers must not violate the laws. The Employers' Teaming association at Chicago operated 1,900 wagons and made deliveries in all pans of the city. Two non-union drivers were as saulted and beaten, one of them so se verely that he will die. Beyond these cases there was no interference with ihe wagons worth mentioning. At Memphis, Tonn., Thomas McCall, a night watchman, shot and killed Edith Ferguson and Hal Williamson. The murderer an hour later turned the weapon upon himself, firing a bullet Into his head. Soldiers belonging to the .j3d bat talion of the infantry reserve pillaged several Jewish houses in Nicholas street, Klshineff. Two parties of foreign delegates to the International Railway congress, which closed its seventh session in Washington, left on tours of the I’nit ed States. A powerful body comprising leading public men of Europe ami America have founded the National Interests anti International Conciliation associa tion under the presidency of Senator Bert helot. William H. Taft, secretary of war, is slated to succeed William H. Moody as attorrify general, when the latte retires from th** cabinet to take up the practice of law in Boston, his homo city. That, at any rate, is the present plan of President Roosevelt. Unless the president changes his mind, both Herbert Bowen, late minis ter to Venezuela, and Francis B. Loom is first assistant secretary of state, will retire from the public service of a result of the controversy in whh'h the two men have been engaged. A prominent member of the cabinet is au thority for this statement. At P.lomington. III., Conrad Blanch ard. a farmer, shot his wife twice, in flicting probably fatal wounds. He then shot himself dead. Both were 50 years old. The Lindell hotel. St. Louis, will he torn down to make way for a de partment store. The Lindell has been in existence for 30 years, and w as popular with traveling men. Statistics which have been gathered by the Charity Organization society show' that the American negroes are more subject to consumption than any other race of people of which statisti<-s can be secured. Walter F. Matthews, of Portland, ITnlted States marshal for the district of Oregon, has been removed by order of the president. The seventh session of the Interna tional Railway congress ended in Washington. Its eighth session will meet in Berne, Switzerland, five year* hence. Twenty-two miners were’ killed by a premature explosion during blasting operations in the Almasy coal mine at Resicza, Hungary. Master carj»enter8 of Janesville, Wls„ declared every shop In the city ‘‘open." This will bring al>out a com plete tie-up of build'ng. A terrific tornado passed two and n half miles southeast of Mt. Pleasant, Tex. One person was killed and many were injured. The pope ha? appointed Cardinal Satolli. former papal delegate io the United States, to be protector of he Sisters of Charity of the Incarna e Word at San Antonio. Tex. Archibald MacKirdy, American vice consul at Muscat. Aralea, was married at St. Margaret church. Westminster, l<ondon, to Olive Christian Mai very, an Fast Indian, who has spent five years working among the poor of l^oti don. In an opinion rendered by Attorney C.encral Moody regarding the applica tion of the eight hour law to the em ployes of the Isthmian Canal Co. on the Isthmus of Panama, the attorney general holds that the law applies 'o those employes. Mrs. Max Waller was killed and M:. Haller and three children and a Mrs. White were injured by a w'ndstorm which demolished the Waller home in the Thorn bury neighborhood, sixteen miles north of Wichita Falls. Tex. Italy and Portugal signed a treaty of arbitration similar to that existing bet ween Fram e and Orcat Ftritain. At Flobarf. Okla.. K. A. Wright, non- ! \ictecl of murder of William Slattery ' •vas sentenced to he hanged July 7. | Repairs to cost al*out a million do! ! lars. and whic h will refpnre more than fr y*‘ars time, are recommended by an 1 r ffh a| board to survey the United I States armored c ruiser New York. The riulser Is tied up at Ho ton and in out of commission. The eruption of Mf. Vesuvius 'r again active. There have been heavy explosions anc| the cpianlty of ]a ^ emitted produces a magnificent spec tacle at night. Artilleryman Dowey. a member of flic- f.Xth Co, heavy coast artfl’ery. was killed in Phoebus, Va„ by Police Offi cer Phillips. According 'o Officer FMiil lips he had occasion to reprimand three artillerymen for an infraction of n town ordinance, whereupon Dowey picked n fight with him. A tornado preceded by a heavy hall ‘•form struck Marlow. I. T. Twenty dwelling houses were wrecked and Io** . of life is reported. Engineer Harry Taylor was killed orif right and two others fatally in- ! Jared by an explosion of a boiler on 1 an engine. I > ON ISLAND OF JOLO. Fierce Fighting Went on For Two Weeks. Loss of Americans Under Command of Gen. Wood Was Seven Killed and Nineteen Wounded—The Moro'a Lose Was 300 Killed. Manila. May 15.—Fierce righting has been going on the past two weeks on the island of Jolo between the outlaw Moro Chief Pala, with 600 well armed followers and troops under the per sonal command of MaJ. Gen. Leonard Wood. Pala’s losses thus far are 300 killed, while those of Gen. Wood are seven killed and 19 wounded. Pala and his remaining followers in accord ance with Moro tradition, prefer death to capture. Gen. Wood, with detachments from the 14th cavalry, the 17th, 22d, 23d in fantry and constabulary scouts, has driven Pala and his followers into a swamp which has been surrounded. Pala was a noted slave trader and warrior when the Americans occupied ! the is’ands. Later ne escaped with his followers to the island of Pula Se kar, near Borneo. One of Pala's lead ers deserted and took refuge in the British settlement at Lahad. Pala. dis covering his whereabouts, landed with a following and demanded of the Brit ish magistrate that he turn the desert er over to him. The demand was not complied with and Pala ordered a mas sacre. Twenty five persons, including several British were killed. Pala es-~ raped to the Island of Jolo and organ ized the present uprising. It is report ed that the Borneo authorities request ed Gen. Wood to apprehend Pala dead or alive and turn him over to them. ___ « THE LABOR TROUBLE. Gensral Strike of Union Drivers in Chicago is Threatened. Chicago, May 1C.— Cnless comprom ises are effected by all the opposing interests in the fight now in progress in Chicago between capital and labor the teamsters’ strike may spread many fold during the next few days. The refusal of the teamsters’ joint council, representing 35,000 union drivers, to accede to the demands of the Chicago Team Owners’ association to handle merchandise for all business house* having contracts with the members of the owners organization, without dis criminating against the firms Involved in the present strike, has brought the controversy to a point where a speedy settlement will have to be made to prevent an extension of the trouble. There is a possiblity, however, that the whole trouble may be satisfactor ily adjusted without resorting to such drastics measures. After receiving the annnouncement of the teamsters joint I council refusing to obey the ultimatum of the Team Owners’ association a meeting of the latter organization was held and it was decided to give the teamsters more time to consider the proposition. THE AUSTRIAN THRONE. Woman, Claiming to Be Carlotta, Say* She is the Rightful Heir. fJostot'.. .'fay i .V - -A woman, who claimed to be Carlotta. the wife of Maxmilian. former emperor of Mexico and brother of the present emperor of Austria, has left the city after secur ing some $40,000 from members of the Italian colony on the pretense that she was the rightful claimant of the Aus trian throne. She is being sought oy over 100 resi dents of the North End district, who for almost eight years have been pay ing her money to enable her, as they suoposed, to gain possession of tho Austrian throne upon which event tak ing place she promised that those whj helped her would he made ministers and nobles and be given vast estate*. CHAMPION JEFFRIES. Hf Announce* That He Will Never Again Enter the Ring. Chicago. May 15.—James J. Jeffrie*, champion henvyweight pugilist of the world, left Chicago for Ix>s Angeles, Cal. It is his announced Intention to build a home in that city. Crippled with rheumatism and suffering inter mittently from malarial fever, Jeffrie-! says he has put on fighting gloves for the last time, and that he will never again enter the ring. Jeffries, with his brother Jack, owns several mining claims in Arizona, and to these and to mining In general Jeffries says he will devote his time in the future. Alleged Trusts to Be Investigated. Chicago, May 15.— Following the presc.it investigation of the packing Industrie-' by the federal grand Jury, rteps will he taken by the federal au thorities to make an investigation of the drug and steel industries with a view to determining whether the largo firms in control of the bulk of these industries are not violating the anti trust law*. The Cases Dismissed. Cripple Creek. Col., May 15.-Dis trict Attorney Hamlin dismissed the lases on the criminal docket against .eaders and members of tho Western Federation of Miners, charged with responsibility for and participation in the Victor riot of June f». 1904. Death of Well-Known Actress Chicago. May 15.—Jessie Bartlett Davis, wife of Will J. Davis, the the atrical manager, and weil known ac tress, died suddenly at her home in this city. The cause of her death wo* heart disease produce^ by nephritis. The exposition of rare oid books and manuscripts now- neing held in the British Museum imludes the oldest known manuscript of the Bible, of the ninth century. A. 14 page lette-. written by Mary Queen of Scots in January, 15G2. stat ing that she had under consideration the formation of a .arge party of the nobility, was sold at auction in London the other day for $4,500. A Psalter, which belonged to Bos well, was sold at Sotheby’s in London recently for A15. It contained the in scription: “James Boswell, 1703. I "* bought this for 2d a: Greenwich when 1 was walking there with Mr. Kumnel Johnson.” Prof. Flinders Petrie, the Egyptolo gist, has made some important dis coveries in the Sinai peninsula. The ancient temple of Seabit el Kliadem, five days' camel journey south of Sue/., he found to be of a Semitic type, dif ferent from any other known Egyptian temple, possessing two courts for a»e lution and a long series of subterran ean chambers. These had been added * • by successive kings from the lHth to the 20th dynasties. What is probably the most ancient letter in the world has Just- liwn dis covered in some excavations made in the province of Attica, and is said to have been written four cen turies before Christ. It is engraved on a leaden leaf, and runs es follows: „ “Mnesiengos sends his greetings to those in the house and Informs them that he is in good health. Please send me a blanket or some sheepskius. if possible, of the ordinary kind, with out ornaments. As soon as tho occas ion offers I shall return them '* LITERARY LITTER Madame Sarah Grand does all h**r writing in secret, and her own family, it is said, never know what kind of story she is preparing. Philip Yerrill .Mighels, the author, has been elected president of th* branch of the Dickens Fellowship re cently established in New York T he society has a membership ot ten in V. New York and 5,000 In all parts of ’ii*» ' world. Donald G. Mitchell, who, as Ik Mar vel, delighted an earlier generation with "Reveries of a Bachelor" and other works of a i i< h and quaint ianci fulnesa, lives, at the age of K.j, on a quiet and peaceful farm neai New Haven. The longest no\el which has ever been published is the "Story of the Eight Dogs." It is written In Japan ese and is publisned in 10G volumes. The novel contains several hundred characters (not counting the dogs), and they are all dead by the time the la.-»t chapter is reached. All the schoolboys and schoolgirls of France are asked to contribute !t> centimes (2 cents) each for the pur chase of a tribute to the memory of Jules V'erne, who has entertained and enlightened them by his numerous boka of fiction. The subscription is opened by an Amiens newspaper and money Is already coming in. Private Car Lines. The railroads seem very willing to have the private car lines brought tin der the jurisdiction of the Interstate Commerce Commission. A railroad president is authority for the staie nient that lines are paid mileage, with out discrimination, and the question of excessive charges is a matter for the shipper to settle with the car tines, so long as there is no law to govern their rates. Car mileage paying has been de cided to be as legal as the payment, of rental for property. ODD OCCURRENCES James O Brien, a miner, laughed ■«> heartily In the gallery of a theater in Han Bernardino. Cal., that he fell over the railing and broke his bark A prominent Mason, named Little, of H'lU, England, committed xuicide recently while laboring under the le lusion that he had betrayed some secret of the craft. Just before tien. de Sont.ur. an Italian senator, died recently he had himself dressed In his general’n uni form, and all his medals and decora tions. Then he railed for a pines of —'"*' champagne, and. with his relative* gathered around Lis oo ich. drank to ‘The kings liealtb and the prosperity of Italy.” > SICK HEADACHE Positively cured hy these Little Pills. They also relieve DU- * tress from Dyspepsia, In digestion and Too Heart./ Ealtog. A perfect rem edy for ro.-zloesR, Nausea. Drowsiness, Bad Taste ‘n the Mouth. Con red Tennis, poJn in ti>e side. TOBHD LTVER. They regulate tbe Bowels. Purely Vegetablo. SMALL HLL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Similc Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. 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