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PERRVSBURG. : OHIO. Inn mining industry of Colorado is reported to havo never been moro note lve than nt present. No private citizen ovor lived in nny ngo or country of tlio world who gnvo rcmunerntlvo employment to as many persons as Jny Gould did. CllICAClo is agitating the question of Increasing the annual saloon licenso to 91,000. This increase is proposed for two reasons; first, to incrcaso tho city's revenue, and second, to improvo tho character of tho saloons. AlVINEA Haywaiid, one of tho earliest of tho gold millionaires of -California, is very old and feeblo now. Ho is worth probably 20,000,OOO or more, but has droppod completely out of sight behind tho newer bonanzaists. Tim German health officials havo fesued the ofllclnl statement that of 10,017 cases of cholera reported this year, 8,570, or nearly 45 per cent, proved fatal The Boston Herald wonders if this includes tho 23,000 cases and 11,000 deaths which occurred ia Hamburg alone. Evkrt president of the United States to fur has either been a lawyer, a sol Bier, or both. Washington, William II. Harrison, Taylor and Grant wero sol fliers: Monroe, Jackson, Pierce, Hayes, Garfield and Benjamin Harrison wero soldiers and lawyers, while all tho rest wero lawyers. Senator Pitocroit, of Vermont, con templates erecting In Washington an elegant mansion, built of marble from his own state and town, and designed in a Itomancsquo stylo. Tho walls of tho dining-room will bo of Mexican onyx. The cost of the residence Is esti mated at $200,000. A TEltloDlCAl. issued in tho interestof the Chicago World's fair contains an article by Prince Bistnarck, in which ho says: "International exhibitions I regard as a necessary oviL Largo bodies congregate not so much for pur poses of assiduous and profitable study as to indulge in indiscriminate curiosity nd trivial sight-seeing." In making a great blast of rock near nocheport, Mo., it was noted that a largo fragment struck a sandbar In tho Missouri and vanished out of sight. In vestigation revealed that tho rock had sunk through the sand Into the wreck of the government supply steamer Buf Bngton, sunk by Bill Anderson and his gang In 1S04. The hull and many relies have been found. Phesident-elkct Cleveland had a brother who many years ago lived nt New Albany, Ind. He was a house and sign painter. He enlisted in the war and came out with the rank of lieuten ant. In 1804 he took passage on tho iteamer at New Orleans for Hew York. The vessel reached port in safety, but If Lieut Cleveland was among the passen rers that landed It was never known to bis friends. It is believed that he was lost overboard. Some one with patience for investiga tion has discovered that among tho great men of tho world blue eyes havo always predominated. Socrates, Shake tpeare, Locke, Bacon, Milton, Goethe, Franklin, Napoleon and Kenan all had blue eyes. Tho eye6of Bismarck, Glad stone, Huxley, Virchow and Buchner are also of this color, and all the presi dents of the United States, except Gen. Harrison, enjoyed the same cerulean color as to their optics. The experiments with the new Mnnn Mcher rifle by government experts have proved satisfactory. It fires 120 rounds a minute, and is sighted at 2,700 yards, and is of smaller bore than previous Mannllchers. Tho bullets have an In creased velocity, the weight of tho car tridges is lessened, and the recoil Is re duced to the minimum. Shots can be fired in rapid succession, or at any de sired interval. Though it pours out a bail-storm of bullets, it does not become too hot to handle. IN Cochin, a town on the coast of Travanoore. asfftlsin India, there in a small body of Jews who are called white Jews, because their skin is fair and their hair light They wero once very numerous along this coast, but in Cochin, where they have a quarter all to themselves, there are now only some COO of them. They have dwelt here for hundreds of years as a distinct race and claim to be descendants of the Jewa who fled from Jerusalem after its de struction by the Romans (A. D. 70). The latest scheme for Negro emigra tion is to send thousands of colored peo ple to Brazil. John M. Brown, the col ored county clerk of Shawneo county, Kas., is president of the association. Eleven years ago he headed tho exodus of seventy thousand Negroes to Kansas. Ho claims that the climate is most fa vorable, and that there is now a largo colored population in a country whiuh will support millions. Tho government of Brazil favors tho scheme. Brown believes that tens and even hundreds of thousand:! will go from tho cotton states. The officers of tho Watertown (U. S.) arsenal hare just been making some tests to demonstrate the holding power of cut and wire nails of tho same size. Tho nails were driven into a seasoned Hpruce plank and a machine arranged by which the holding power could bu shown in pounds. It was found that tho six-inch wire nail driven into tho plank four inches required 78!) pounds to pull it out, while the cut nail held until the indicator showed 830 pounds. In all tho tests made the holding power of the cut exceeded that of tho wira nails by a number 9f pounds greatei than above stated. The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. CONGRESSIONAL. Hnvutiil HonkIoii. BKNATon Hii.ii (N. Y.) introduced n bill In tho scnato on tho th to repent tliu Sherman sil ver purchase, net of July 14, 1850. Senator Cul loin (III.) presented n petition to limit the freo entry of wearing npjnrol tho output of foreign manufactories. ...In the houso a bill was Intro duced to provide for tho perpetuation of tho national banltlng system and tho restoration of state bank notes on a safe basis, also bill for tho establishment ol a uniform rovenuo cus toms duty upon sugar and tho abolishment of tho payment of sugar bounties. Tub senate on tho 8th ratMcu the treaty with Chill A memorial was presented from the Chicago Womon's club for tho repeal of tho provision of law requiring tho world's fair to bo closed on Sundajs. Adjourned to the 12th.... In tho houso the annual report of tho secretary of the treasury was presented nnd referred to tho committee on ways and means. Tint senate was sot In session on tho 0th.... In the houso tho publlo printing bill was passed and a bill was Introduced to reduce postago on first class mall matter, except postal cards, to ono cent per hnlf ounce. Tho secretary of tho treasury sent word that tho deficiencies of tho government for thA current llscal yrar woro estimated at tH,030,&:, of which tlO.ROO.OOO Is on account of pensions. Adjourned to tho 12th. IN tho senate on the 12th bills were intro duced to amend the Sherman act so as to pro vldo for froo silver colnago: to encourage tho construction of electric railroads, and provid ing that hereafter the tax on distilled spirits bo fixed at tl.2fl a gallon. Tho following nomina tions wero rocelvcd from tho president: l'otor S. Qrosscup, of Chicago, to bo United States district Judge for tho northern district of 111 nols; Genlo M. Lambcrtson, of Nebraska, to bu nsslstant secretary of tho treasury, and Per son C Chrncv, of Now Hampshire, to bo minis ter of tho United States to Switzerland. ...In tho houso tho army appropriation bill aud a bill to prohibit tho employment of convict labor on public works were reported. DOMESTIC. Meredith Stani.ky jumped in suc cession from the five bridges across thn Ohio nt Cincinnati. Tho height ranged from 100 to 120 feet Time, one hour and twenty minutes. Dit CiiAiti.ns K. Kr.YF.s, assistant state geologist, has discovered rich nlekel ores near Keokuk, la. This is the first discovery of the kind ever an nounced from Iowa. A iiuii.dinq at Burlington, Ind., oc cupied by John A. Graham for saloon purposes, was blown up by dynamite and completely destroyed. Tub great Mercer county (O.) gas field has given out A total population of 300,000 was dependent upon tho field and more than 1,000 industries would be compelled to close on this account A TKrtltlFtc blizzard prevailed in Kansas, stopping all railway traffic and freezing to death hundreds of cat tle. DuitlNO the season just closed ninety five lives were lost in navigating the great lakes. The death list is much longer than for many years in tho lako marine. In property tho losses of the season aggregate $2,050,000. Attouney Uencrai. Mili.hr in his annual report to eongross says that during the fiscal year l&02the expenses of his department aggregated S3.74S, 2119.08, and 2,000 civil suits and 18,724 criminal prosecutions were terminated. Tho attorney general says that tho in crease in the number of southern war claims (now aggregating 5400,000,000) is a bubject that demands the imme diate attention of congress. The num ber of convicts pardoned by tho presi dent during the year was 71 out of 505 applications. Sentences were com muted in 82 cases. Jaui:s Ha kg us, of Nevada, Mo., fa tally shot Miss Pearl Mann because she refused to marry him and then killed himself. Jacob B. Ckowkll, of Greencostlc, Pa., was buncoed out of $5,003 in tho usual way by a man who "wanted to buy a farm." Aftkh a long fight the home for dis abled and iudigentconfederato veterans has been accepted by tho Georgia legis lature. John S. McDonald, assessor of the city of Boston, was burned to death by the upsettiug of a lamp. Postmastkr General Wanamakkr sent an order to New York for .1,000, 000,000 Columbian postage stamps, to be delivered in 1693. In a railway collision on tho Central road in Jersey City, N. J., a young woman was fatally injured and ten other persons were badly bruised. The city armory at Cleveland, O., was completely gutted by fire, the loss being S100.000. Tub Jefferson woolen mills at Jeffer sonvllle, Mass., were burned, the loss being SI 00, 000. The relief committee at Homestead, Pa., is caring for seventy-five families which are destitute as a result of the strike. A poll of both branches of congress on the subject of restriction of immi gration shows that hixty-three senators nnd 150 representatives favor restric tion, while bixtccn benators were non committal. The Rock Island railwny telegraphers went on a strike, nnd it was thought they would bo joined in their struggle by the conductors and switchmen. In tho United States tho leading clearing Iioutes reported exchanges of SI, 450,502,872 during the seven days ended an the 0th, against 81,382,000,380 the previous seven days. As compared with the correbpondlng week of 1801 the increase was 18.11. IS. It. Paiu.i.son, aged 55, a wealthy Detroit (Mich.) mun, killed himself with a revolver at a hotel in Boston. William Kasishy. a pioneer farmer of Sunman, Ind., 80 yearn old, was mangled to death by a hog. Gov. Flower has pardoned Polly Frlsch, who, lu 1851), was Indicted in Geuesca county, N. Y., for killing her husband and two children by poison ing them and bcutunccd to life im prisonment Dennis McCarthy und Stephen Tllto (whito) und Grant Thomas and Nelson Lewis (colored) woro hanged from tho same scaffold In the jallyurd at Louis ville, Ky., for murder. This was tho first quadruple hanging in tho state. Jameh Nkkdles und Frunk Lewis fought during u revivul in a church in Monroe township, O., und both were fatally injured. Hkv. Mit. Liohtkoot, a colored preacher, was assassinated by a bund of negroes at u church 13 miles west of Nowport, Ark, DtmtNfl tho seven days ended on tho 0th the business failures in tho United Slates numbered 207, ngalnst 200 tho preceding week nnd fllO for the cor responding timo last yea'-. Frank Kkiinrk, under u twelve-years' sentence for wife murder, committed suicide in tho llorks county (Pa.) jail by hanging hlmsolf. Martin Buiikb, ono of tho three men convicted of tho murder of Dr. Cronln in Chlcngo in 1880 and sentenced to life imprisonment, died in tho prison at Jolictof consumption.' Only ono of tho three (Dan Caughlln) Is now alive, O'Sullivnn having died last winter. A prominent cattleman from north weBtoru New Mexico says that for moro than two years no rain has fallen there and that over 76,000 head of catllo have died from starvation and lack of water. In his annual report Secretary of tho Navy Trncy says the new navy con sists of forty-two first-class vessels, nnd also says that tho progress by which the United States has emerged from its condition of helplessness at sea nnd by the employment of Its own resources has distanced its most ex perienced' competitors and marks an epoch In naval development not only of this country but of tho world. The estimates for tho fiscal year ending June 80, 18U4, are 524,571,498, being $2,713,141 less than those for tho last fiscal year. Ciiari.es A. Chanter, a botanist aged 55 from Kilbourno City, Wis., was crushed to death by an ascending ele vator in the Masonic temple in Chicago and his mangled remains fell fift.cn stories to tho bottom of the shaft The Denver & Itlo Grande railway roundhouse with its contents were burned at Salida, Col., tho loss being S400.000. The principal business portion of Sumter, S. C, was destroyed by fire. In a collision between two freight trains near South Ford, Conn., Engi neer Thompson and Engineer Recbc were killed and the tralus were badly wrecked. It was said that a conspiracy to poison non-union workmen at Home stead, Pa., had come to light, and that several prominent labor leaders were implicated. At least two deaths and perhaps a number of others had been traced to the work of Itobert Bcatty, the tool selected to carry tho murder ous plan into execution. Three squares of business houses and residences were burned at Plaque mine, La., causing a loss of S 150,001). Tommy Warren, the former feather weight champion, was senteuced to six years in the penitentiary at Waco, Tex., for murdering a negro saloon porter. Francis Murphy, the temperance evangelist, Is to establish a home for fallen women in Pittsburgh. Pa. Feed Sciinesslkr worked for Farmer McAff, near Lima, 0., for some time without getting pay. He asked McAff for his money, whereupon the latter killed him with a piece of wood. Cornelius Coffee, who shot Officers Dillon and Barton at Bluefield, W. Va., was captured by a mob at Pocahontas, Va., and hanged to a tree. The Mlncrsmith hotel at Milford, Conn., was burned with its contents. It was over 200 years old and was used as headquarters by Washington. Flames in Milwaukee that started in the art store of C. Henneckc & Co. caused a Joss of S130.000. Josephine Mallison. the murderer of John Hobbs in Philadelphia, has been sentenced to twelve years in the penitentiary. A fire in the house of Ole R. Albert son at York, N. D., caused the death of his two little children. John Daley, a wealthy farmer liv ing near Springfield, Mo., aged 7B years, was swindled out of 82,000 by confidence men who worked the old gold brick scheme. O. C. Wing, a young farmer near Quincy, 111., ended his life because he thought he was too wicked to live. The entire fam.ly of Robert JJrown, of White Oak, O.. was poisoned by eat ing meal in which arsenic had been placed to kill rats. Many lives were endangered and a loss of over S100.000 was entailed by the bursting of u water main in Chi cago. George I. Bagi.ky, the United States express messenger who took a package of money amounting to 8100,000 and gave it up tho next day, pleaded guilty at Davenport, la., and was sentenced to two years and six months imprison ment. Miss Susan B. Anthony, of Roches ter, N. Y., tho well-known woman suffrage advocate, has been appointed manager of the state Industrial school by Gov. Flower. The twelfth annual session of the American Federation of Labor opened in Philadelphia. In the United States the visible sup ply of grain on tho 12th was: Wheat, 75,571,000 bushels; corn, 10,711,000 bush els; oats, 7,027,000 bushels; rye, 1,350, 000 bushels; barley, 2,238,000 bushels. The Cincinnati presbytery found Prof. Henry P. Smith, of Lane Theo logical seminary, guilty of teaching heresy. By a decision of the United States supreme court the Southern Pacific railway has lost its title to millions of dollars' worth of California lands. Great excitement prcvailod at Phvenix, A. T. , over u gold find In now placer grounds on' the San Juan rlvor. A neoro woman in Edgofleld county, S. C, was uccused of murdering her 2-year-old bubo and then serving it cooked to her frlend-i at a party as roast pig. The value of dairy products exported front the United States during the sev en months ended November's!) wus 87, 677,140, against $7,422,085 during tho same period in 1891. The beef and hog exports in November were 810,448,624, ugaiust $9,040,684 lu November, 1891. The Texas cotton crop this season is estimated at 2,000,000 bulcs. That of lbOl was 2,200.000. Thomas G, Lamar while resisting ar rest wus shot and killed ut Aiken, S. C, by Major R. A. Chaffee, who was ia turn futnlly wounded, unit Marshal Robert Guston waa likewise fatally hot Two old women, Purrlo nnd Merrill by name, who had been telling fortunes for a wcok, woro arrested at Wilming ton, Del., charged with wltchci aft Jay Gould's will, containing 0,000 words and disposing of $72,000,000 wortlt of property, was filed for pro bate in the surrogate's court in New York. The coal operators of the Hocking valley, In session at Cincinnati, decided to form a trust company for tho com mercial handling of tho output of all their mines. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. Prof. John Strong: Ninvnunr, one of tho most eminent geologists in tho United States, died In New Haven, Conn., aged 70 years. Tun official vote of Massachusetts was: Harrison, 202,814; Cleveland, 170, 813, a republican plurality of 20,001. Russell's plurality for governor over Halle Is 2,534. Tho article of amend ment to the constitution abolishing property qualification for the office of governor was adopted by 141,321 yeas to 08,048 nays. , Mrs. Mary McKinley died in Chica go, aged 100 years and 2 months. The vote of Montana on presidential electors at the recent election was: Harrison, 18,883; Clevolaud, 17,534; Weaver, 7,259; Bldwell, 517. Dixon (dem.) was defeated for congress by Ilartman (rep.) by 220 votes. Col. John Ryan, who fought with Sam Houston for Texas Independpnce, died a pauper in the hospital at Kansas City. The official vote of California nt tho recent election was: Cleveland, 117,903; Harrison, 117,750; Weaver. 25,220; Bid well, 7,187. One republican elector was chosen. The recount of the 20,000 ballots cast for congressman in Kent county, Mich., gives Belknap (rep.) a plurality of two in the district The official returns on the recount of the vote of Nelson county, N. D., give a sufficient majority to elect all the Weaver presidential electors. Gf.op.oe Harrington, formerly as sistant secretary of the treasury and minister to Switzerland under Presi dent Lincoln, died at sea while on hi3 way from New York to Hamburg. Miss Elizabeth Appleman, of Mid dletown, celebrated the 101st anniver sary of her birth. She is tho oldest whito woman in Maryland. Tun official canvass of tho vote in West Virginia shows: Cleveland, 84.408; Harrison, 80,385; Bldwell, 2,130; Weav er. 4.105. MacDorkle (dem.), for gov ernor, a plurality of 3,918. FOREIGN. Influenza has again broken out in Berlin. The fearful cold in north Germany was causing intense suffering. Four farm laborers were frozen to death at Havel. Countess Vis Tonte and her maid were murdered in the countess' villa at Valeria, Italy, by a German named Schumann. Robbery was the motive. Over 30,000 cotton operators in Lan cashire, England, were said to be in a starving condition. In the province of Sassari, Sardinia, the gendarmes surprised and surround ed a band of brigands and killed five of them. Floating Ice in the Mugglesse, near Berlin, Germany, crushed in three canal boats and five lives were lost A fire broke out in a dwelling house at Frederiksburg, a suburb of Copen hagen, and seven of its inmates were killed. The city of Hamburg estimates ita loss from cholera the past year at $35, 000,000. I-.A.TIEK- Ttte secretary of tho Continental Steamship association, at London, states that the members of the association havo cabledto their American agents to cease the sale of prepaid tickets for immigrant passengers to the United States. At Rapid City, a D., on the 13th tho Black Hills National bank suspended pa3-ment and turned over its affairs to State Bank Examiner Diamond. The unexpeected presentation of a ?7,500 certificate caused the suspension. A FlitE in Tokio, Japan recently, de stroyed nearly seven hundred houses and seventeen firemen wero injured while fighting tho immense conflagra tion. A cyclone struck tho vie inity of Sum mit Miss., on the 14th, killing four persons and wounding many others. Many house were entirely swept away and much damage resulted. Near Huntington, W. Va., on the night of the 12th four masked men, heavily armed, mode an attempt to rob the passengers of a Chesapeake & Ohio train. After fatally shooting m passen ger named Tuck and wounding Peter Drake, they wero compelled to leap from the cur wlthoutseeuring nny booty. On the 13th H. C. Eckbohm, a Detroit traveling man, representing tho Schul enburg Manufacturing Company, was found dead in his room in tho Hotel Jef ferson, at Toledo, 0., with tho gas turned on. The trial of Rev. Henry' Preserved Smith for heresy was ended nt Cincin nati, 0., on tho 13th. Tho presbytery by a vote of 34 to 20 suspended Prof. Smith from the ministry. Lii'jian & Co., jute merchants of Dun dee, Scotland, failed on tho 13th with liabilities amounting to fl.500,000. Itis tho biggest failure In tho jute trade within twenty years. Tho firm had a large South American connection. IN tlio benato on the lbth tho Joint reudution for tho appointment of a commission to make on agreement with tho ilvo civilized Ind an tribes for allotments of their hurl In over.il ty unil for opening thu IiiUlun 'icrrlt ry to settle ment, wus discussed (luring the morning hour. Mr. Piatt, of Couuectiout, mlvocutid putting an cml to tho existing anomalous cond.tlon of things In tho Indian Territory by tho ostauliblv mont of o regular territorial Kovornuicnt thtre. After that mottor was laid asldo tho autl option bill was taken up und Iho rent of tho duy'tf HCHblon wan occupied by Mr, George, ol MlalsMpil. In advocucy of that bill AOJouixol. ....In the houso tho greater part of tho NCbSlon wus consumed In tho iliHOUSsslon of tho bills re. forrlng to the tho ancient Weil und La Abru Mexican nwurdit to tho court of cJaunu to pjhs on tho alU'gutluuR ot fraud made in ouch case. These were paused und without trunsuctlugany other tnmluea o uublla lm,orUiCP, the )'ou udjourmxl " Do You . It is conceded that the Royal Baking Powder is f Hie purest and strongest of all the baking powders, j The purest baking powder makes the finest, sweet est, most delicious food. The strongest baking pow der makes the lightest food. That baking powder which is both purest and strongest makes the most digestible and wholesome food. Why should not every housekeeper avail herself of the baking powder which will give her the best food with the least trouble? Avoid all baking powders aold "with a gift or prize, or at a lower price than tho EoyaL as they invariably contain alum, limo or sul phuric acid, and render the food unwholesome. Certain protection from alum baking powders can be had by declining to accept any substitute for the Royal, which is absolutely pure. Lint Xuslc. The little clavichord of past times needs that a present-day pianist should put his car to it in order to hear it Ita delicate, miniature gradations of tone would bo lost indeed on a modern audi ence. Yet Bach's forty-eight preludes and fagues were written for it Wero they intended for a single hearer? String quartets still hold their own, but tho day Is not far off when they too, must disappear from public life before the myriad-headed audiences of the immediate future. They will retire into private circles, and become again what they were originally intended to be chamber music. Somo day may it be a distant one! they may bo revived by the curious in those things, as speci mens of a charming but obsolete fqrm ofart Nineteenth Century. The Sprny llouqiiot. An English fashion for wedding bou quets is what they call tlio '"spray bou quet" It is of enormous size, and is made to be suspended from the waist at the side, leaving the bride's hands freo for the praycrbook which an English bride invariably carries. The effect ot the bcautifu ly grouped fiat arrange ment of flowers is very charming against the rich white satin or brocade ot the bride's dress; and the decorative effect is still further heightened by long loops of white satin ribbon which mingle with the flowers and maidens hair fern, and hanir in a irraceful cas cade down tho entire length of the skirt N. Y. Sun. California In Three nnil Ono.llnlf nayi. If you aro g'ing to California and desire to make thu lournevln thu most economical. quick and comfortable manner, puri-tiaso your ticlict via tlio Chicago & North-Western, Union l'acitiu nnd Southern Pacific H'ys. Pullman drawing-room slconlng cars aro run from Chicago to San Francisco without chaugo in three and one-hull days. Completely furnished touiist sleeping cars ore also run in which accommodations can bo procured by passengers holding either first or stvond-class tirkcisiitacceiof only $4.M) per berth irom Chicago to San Fran cisco nnd other California points. Tho hour of departure of truius from Chlrngo affords prompt connection with n'l truing from tho Eust nnd South. Variable run 10 excursion HcUctn, allowing nine months' stay in the health-giving cltinalo of Califor nia, second-class tickets at low rates, sleep ing car reservations and full information can lie procured of any ticket ngent. or by addressing W. A. Thrall. General Passen ger nnd Ticket Agent Chicago & North- western ivy, uuieugo. 'I am very popular," said tho chrysan themum. "Nearly every mun that sees mo wants to buttouuolo me." Washington Star. Atianta. Oa.. November 21, 1803. Messrs. Editors: My son, William, was, In IffisO, entirely cured of winner of tho mouth, which had caused hira much pain and eutfciing, by S. S. S. By advico of physi cians, who woro unnblo to rellovo him, an o Deration was performed, extending to tho jawbone (which they scraped), but tho can cer returned shortly after, and commenced growing rupldly. Finally, after trying tnuny other remedies. 1 commenced to civo him S. 8. S.,uudw tlithosecondbotUohoucgaa to improve; after seven bottles had bcea taken, the canwr disappeared entirely, n I though six ycaxs havo elapsed, there has boon no return. My boy la now thirteen years old, in good health, and I havo every reason to beliovo is permanently cured of tho cancer and hit curu IB UUU CUU1UIJ IV. . J. U. J. It. Munnocic, 05 Factory St, Atlanta, Go. MANGLim remains tho part of your shirt that comes buck from tho stoaui laundry. Puck Look Out for Cold Weather butrido insldo of the F.Ioctrlc Lighted and Steam Hunted Vcstibulo Apartment trains of tlio Chicago, Mllwuukeo o; St Paul Hallway and you will bo as warm, com forUibla nnd cheerful as In your ewn library or boudoir. 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Thon it comes ovory week, aud ono gets n groat deal lor 51.75 a your. Tho prloo soutntonoo will oni itlo you to tho paper to Jan. 1S94. Address Tub Youtu's Compan ion, Boston, Mass. What I vnluo most is my pouco of mind." "That's btrungo. too. You've such u small piooe," Hurper's Bazar. Tub munlvture's motto ist mUL" "Cosh on tho "Wish, i Tooplo Who Mitkn a Nolo Aro tho ubhorrenco of tho nervous. But why he nervous when Hostcttcr'j Stomach Bitters will rocuefrom that wretched con dition! It Invigorates tho nervous system through tho medium of renewod digestion and assimilation. Moreover, it Is a sterling . remedy for liver complaint, constipation, rheumatism and un imj overished condition of tho blood. ' "Weo," snld tho telephone that had been thrown awav, "I'm not tho ilrst to bo talked to death." Philadelphia Ledger. Map or tba United Stntr. A largo handsome Man of the United States, mounted and suibiblo for oQlee or homo use.. Is Issued by tho llnrllncton Houte. Copies will be mailed to nny address on re rolpt of twolvo cents in postage by P. 8. Eustis, Gen'l Pass. Agent. C, B. & Q. VL It, Chicago, BL Most mon llk to eo themselves In print, but women don't; they prefer silk or satin. Texas Sifting. "REMEMnnn that In Garfield Tea you hav nn unfailing remedy for indigestion, Sick Utadacho, and every attending 111 that nn abusud stomach can make you suffer. Every druggist sells it 25c, 50c, und $1.0U" Fott Coughs and Throat troubles ubo Bhown's BttoNcitiAL Tuocncs. "They stop an attack of my sistlimncoiigh very prompt ly." t,. taiai, MiamicuiCfVitin. A mtcr is generally distant in his man ner if ho suspects un ofllccr is after him. Biughamton Republican. Fon Indigestion, constipation, slok head ooho, weak stomach, disordered liver talco Beocham'B Pills. For solo by all druggists. A nESTAURAST mutton-chop never looks half so xhocplsh as tho wuttcr who serves the microscopic ouject. S. K. Concnx, Mgr., Clarlo Scott writes i "I find noil's Catarrh Cure a vidimliln rama. dy." DruggiBta sell It, 75c Tna lazy laundress, as well as tho tlunnd shirt, shrinks from washiug. Puck. The Grip of Pneumonia may bo warded oft with Hale a Koney of llorehound nnd Tar. Pike) a Toothache Drops Cure in ono minute. Monbt talks execpt when It Is "hutup In a bad Investment Texas Sittings. "Wr-rx. I'll bn kicked 1" tho football said when ho head that tho college had oixmcd. No man who tries to accumulate a gre.it fortune has any mercy ou himself. Barn's Horn. No FACLT-piXDEn can ho happy. Barn's Hrn- Subject to chango A X-dolIar bill. Now is a good timo to buy thormqmetcrs; they are going down every duy. Look ah -ad. but do not spend nil yonr timo in n vain effort to scan eternity. Qul vcslou Nows. To nn sneo ssful on the stago ono re quires u good deal of couching. Boston Courier. Tnn confectioner Is the fellow who con be relied upou for candid criticism. Tnr.nc are lxys who tiro themselves al most to death looking out for easy pl.ioos. Wr. consider oursolvca bettor than other peoplo only whoti wo forgot that all siun aro tho uma size Ram's liorn. A. hed of a lake Is always furnished with a sheet of water. A mo man groans mo3t when ho pots slek because tharu is moro of him to sutler. Tun poorest man is not tho ono who has tho least, but tho ouo who wants tho most Bah boys aro very promising youngsters Just before being laid over tho parental knee. Glens Falls Republican. "Yocn turn will como soon," said tho im pecunious young man us ho inspscted his oulTs. Tun enthusiast Is a man who feo's per fectly sure (if u good many thlugs kola mistuUcu about. POT TO FLIOHt all tho peculiar troubles that beset a wo man. Tho only guaranteed retnody for them is Dr. PicrcVs Favorite Prescription. For womon suffering from any chronic "female complaint" or weakness; ur women who aro rvi-aown and overworked; for women ex pecting to bocomo mothers, and for mothers who uro nursing and exhausted; at the chango from girlhood to womanhood; and later, nt tho critical "chango of llfo" it is a modiclno that safely and certainly builds up, strengthens, regulates, and cures. If it doesn't, it it oven fails to benefit or euro, you have your money back. What you nro Euro of, It you use Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, i3 cither a per fect and permanent euro for your Ca tarrh, no matter how bad your case may be, or $500 In cash. Tho proprietors ot the medlclno promlao to pay you tbo money, if they cau't euro you. ft U I M 5M v tit V 'r.f iwwtr rrrz