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PERRYSBURG, t OHIO. A i.ocomotivi: is being constructed in England to run 100 miles nn hour. It is 2,000 horso power, the driving whcols 12 feet in diameter. The three, cylinders nro 40, 28 nnd 18 inches dlnm ctcr with ii thirty-Inch stroke. Tho boiler pressure is 200 pounds. Despitr losses through tho big wind storms, Delaware's peach crop this year was tho biggest in tho history of the peninsula. Tho various estimates place it at from O.OQO.OOO to 0,000,000 baskets. The railroad alono carried fi,0S0 carloads of peaches and over n third of tho crop is usually sMppcd by water. The ex-Empress CharloUi, of Mex ico, has aged rapidly in tlm lt.st twelve, months. Although only about fifty three years old, tho deeply wrinkled iacc, tho pure wlilto hair, und the eare worn expression of her eyes make her seem at least seventy. Hope that sho will ever recover her reason was long ago abandoned. A witlTMt in Longman's Jtagazino figures that tho l'aciflc ocean Includes 03,000,000 square miles, or over one third of tho total area Qf the earth's Burfacc. He further says that the l'a ciflc extends through nearly 135 degrees of latitude, or three-eighths of tho world's circumference a btrctch of 0,000 miles from north to nouth. The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From Ail Parts. CONGRESSIONAL. JCltru Session. IN tho sennto on tho 4th, nfter tho approval or tho Journal nnd tho introduction or a row bills or minor Importance, tho silver purchase repeal hill wns taken up nnd rtlscussed by Senv tors llutlcr und lllncltburn, each pleading Tor a compromise of somo sort.... In tho bsuso tho question or war clntms wns brought up and dis cussed. A substltutu tor tho election laws re peal b)l was introduced, tho northern demo crats, atter an Informal conference, deciding that tho Tucltcr bill wns too n coping, nnd this substitute was formulated to mcot tho objec tions. Tins scnato on tho 5th apent tho entire day behind closed doors lu tho consideration ol c' ecutlte business., Tho greater part or the tlmo was devoted ton discussion of tho alleged viola tion of tho homc-rulo prlnclplo In tho appoint mont or men as Indian ngents in one state who llvo in nnothcr ... In tho houso a number of bills of minor importance -were passed. Tho federal election lnws repeal bill was then takeh up and Mr. Murray addressed tho houso in op position to tho measure. In tho sennto on tho 0th a resolution was In troduced for a special committeo on tho lm nrovement of tho banking system of tho coun try, which was rcforrcd to the llnnncc commit tee. Tho silver purchase repeal bill w as taken up and Senator Call addressed tho Bcnale in oppo sition to tho measuro.,,. In tho house, after tho rending of tho Journal, the federal election bill nas tnlion Up nnd Messrs. miner, Ulcus unci Kay denounced tho pending measuro nnd Mr. Urookshlrc defended it. ON the 7th, nfter debate on the silver repeal bill in the senate. Senator Voorhces gae no tice that on the 11th ho shouUl nslc tho sonato to contlnuo in session until a voto is taken on tho pending measure, und should ask senators to maintain n quorum uutll tho end of the'pro tracted struggle was reached.... Debate on tho federal elections bill was continued In tho house. Tun tlmo of tho senate on the 9th was glen up entirely to considering tho Sherman silver act.... In tho houso tho federal election bill de bate was clOMOd. It is a remarkable fact that the cli mate of the southern pidar region is inuch-inoro severe than that of corre sponding regions to the north. It is woll known that a race of human be ings live within the arctic circle with some degree of comfort, but at a corre sponding degree of latitude at the south all is one dreary waste, wholly uninhabitable. It is stated that ordinary bricks boiled in tar for about twelve hours, or until they are saturated with it, aro increased nbout thirty per cent, in weight, aro much harder than common ones and unaffected by frost and acids as woll as perfectly waterproof. They form an excellent flooring for work shops or storerooms, particularly in chemical establishments. A itncn.vT visitor at Pittsburgh is John. Grcenwald, superintendent of tho Norwegian railways. lie is making :v studi- of American railroad methods, and is much impressed with the magni tude of the transportation S3-stems of this country. Many American locomo tives arc used on the Norivcigan lines, and Mr. Greenwald expects to order six more while ho is in this country. As to the healthfulness of going without shoes or stockings there can, says' tho London hospital, be no question. Some of the healthiest children of tho world urc to bo found in the Scottish highlands, whero shoes are seldom worn at an carliei ago than twelve or thirteen. The Xegro and coo.'io laborers, who work bare footed, are usually in robuut health. Tun czar is described as the largest cater among crowned heads and tho kaiser comes next The latter is stated to have a mania for eating at extraordin ary times, and, although dining co piously before going to the theater, ho generally insists on the dispatch from the imperial kitchens of a fully pre pared supper, which he devours in ono of tho private rooms of tho theater be tween tho acts. It is an American woman ivho is tho mistress of llulwcr Lytton'a old home, Knebworth house. She Is Mrs. John Cleveland Osgood, formerly Miss Ilc lote,' of Virginia. Like many other Virginians bhe is of English descent, and her English blood shows itself in an ardent love of sport, which is said to be her chief reason for living in Eng land. Her husband is an American, with large Interests in the west, but ho spcrids a good deal of time in England. She has recently become known to novel readers as "Irene Osgood." DOMESTIC. Dn. Many Wai.kkk caused tho arrest of Arthur D. Snoad, of Syracuse, X. Y., who, she says, is the murderer of Chris tie Warden at Haverhill, X. JI., in July, 1S91. She alleges tho wrong man was hanged for that crime. ' Tiik entire town of Fulton, Arlc, a thriving town of several thousand In habitants, was destroyed by fire. Tiik Association for the Advance ment of Women celebrated its twenty first birthday in Chicago. llisiior IIuNitv M. Tunxi:n, of the negro Methodist church, south, has is sued a call for a convention to meet in Cincinnati, O., November 2S, to con sider lynehings. Oscak Daksei.i., of Jamestown, Ind., shot and stabbed Miss Tillie Major and then killed himself. Jealousy caused it. At the bimetallic convention in St. Louis resolutions were adopted strong ly advocating the free coinage of silver, opposing the further issue of govern ment bonds and demanding the speedy improvement of all great western and southern waterways. Hew Thomas McClarv. of St. Paul, is to be disciplined for attending the performance of "America" while he was in Chicago. Judqk Long, of Detroit, will attempt to force the government to pay his peu olon, susnended September 23. DuitlNO a riot at the Big Four shops at Indianapolis, Ind., special police fired at the crowd, fatally wounding one man. At the Cincinnati stock yards a mad bull attacked John Maker, aged 15), and gored him to death, one horn penetrat ing the skull near the right ear. GoTTFitiKi) GitKUTzn, a farmer living near Golfs, Kan., had his head com pletely severed from his body in a run away accident. Tiik body of Charles Cook, a farmer living near Cairo, III., was found in a Held close to his farm. IIo had want dered away six weeks ago. W. K. Hilt., of llnmtown, O., sought out his wife, who had left him, killed her and her mother and escaped. Joseph L. Counkliub, a Harvard student, while insane from illness crawled into the hospitaL furnace and was cremated. Uei.oit W Is.) citizens were wild with , excitement over three attempts to burn Rev. Dit. IIntAM UixaiiAJf, who, with his wife, is about to sail from San Francisco for tho Gilbert ii.lnnds, has completed a translation of the liiblo for tho natives of those islands, whero ho has been a missionary for many year's. Mrs. Ilingham is tho author of several fichoolbooks for tho islanders, nnd is at present working on an arith metic, a task which offers many diffi culties on account of the lack of equiva lents in the Gilbert island language for many arithmetical terms. Certain of them Mrs. Itiugham has bean obliged to coin. , Tun exchanges at the leading clear ing houses in tho United States during the week ended on tho Oth aggregated f9U0,840,7nr, against $772,008,85)0 the pre vious week. Tho increase, compared with tho corresponding week in 1802, was 30. 1. Fjiank Spikoei,, of Sandusky, 0., com mitted suicide by hanging. IIo quar reled with his ylfo and killed himself soon after. J. N. Kii.i.an, of Washington, Ind., married n second tlmo whilo his di vorce was pending. The divorce has been denied, leaving him with two wives. The E. N. Welch Manufacturing com pany, of Hristol, Conn., one of tho largest clock manufacturing concerns In tho world, passed Into tho hands of a receiver. Tho liabilities were placed at $400,000. The Chilian bark Lcnore was wrecked off Port Townscnd, Wash., and four seamen were drowned. Tin: Lucanio, tho new Cunard steamer, made tho run from Queens town to New York in 5 days, 1U hours and 25 minutes, tho fastest time on record ' Tun Wabash will bo sued for refus ing to carry a man who came on an ex cursion ticket and died at the depot in Chicago while awaiting a train home. UnoWN won tho championship in both singles nnd doubles in the inter collegiate contest at Now Haven, Conn. Tui: Safe Deposit Trust and Hanking company of Nashville, Tenu., made a general assignment of all Its property for the benefit of creditors. At a railway crossing near Middle-1 town, O., a wagon containing Matthew Foley and his wife and two children was struck by a train and Mrs. Foley and the two boys were killed and Mr. Foley was fatally injured. William Mukkay was sentenced to five years' imprisonment and to receive ninety lashes at St. Thomns, Ont., for assaulting an 8-year-old girl. Vioilaxt, the American yncljt, de feated Valkyrie, the English boat, in the first of the series of international races by 5 minutes and 4S seconds. The time wns 3 hours, 32 minutes and 20 seconds. John Koberts, the English cham pion, defeated Frank Ives in the bil liard match at New York by 1,150 points. The score was: Roberts, 10,- 000 points; Ives, 8,850. Pensioners in the various soldiers' homes throughout the country increased in the last year 1,214, being June 30, 14,481. Maintenance per member, S140.03. In a cyclone in Union county, Ark., many houses were destroyed, two wom en were killed and two fatally injured. Tho cyclone was several miles wide and left a dreary waste. The attendance at the world's fair up to anil including the Sth was 15,702,150. Delegates to the recent bimetallic convention in St. Louis claim a ne w party is forming with free silver as a basis. W. II. Carpenter and his wife and a crew of five men were drowned in Lake Superior near Deer Park, Mich., by the wrecking of their boat during a storm. Grain buyers say the damage to crops from rain and snow in Washing ton will reach $2,500,000, but they esti mate that the shipment from the state will reach nearly 10,000,000 bushels, which is about the same as last year. Four persons were killed and over twenty were injured in various mis haps during the celebration of Chicago day at the world's fair. Tom Poxaska, a Creek Indian who killed Simon Tully last j'ear, was shot according to law at Wellington, I. T. Miss Etta Gunn and Miss Josephine Dresser, deaf girls, were killed by the cars near Bluffs, 111. Tin: South Baltimore Car Works com pany wns placed in the hands of re ceivers with assets of ?017,000 and lia bilities of $204,000. Henry Michaels, Mathias Greefe, Michael Brown and Ilnttie Lovell com mitted suicide in St, Louis in one day. The uncompleted Hotel Mesa was Twenty-six business houses at Pnrk crsburg, In., wore destroyed by nn in cendiary Arc, tho total loss being 175, 000. hoi-:- PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. Ex-Prksident Harrison was in stalled commander of tho Oh o com mandry of the Military Order of tho Loyal Legion at Cincinnati. William Lawrence was confirmed bishop of Massachusetts to succeed tho Into Phillips Brooks of tho Methodist Episcopal church. New tonic repuuiicnii'j lioiu a con vention at Syracuse and placed a state ticket In the field headed by Edward T. Bartlctt for judgo of the court of appeals Jilts. Cornelia L. Chary, only sur viving child of Robert Fulton, inventor of tho steamboat, died in Now York. Massachusetts republicans in con vention at Boston nominated F. T. Greenhalgo for governor, and renomi nated Lieut Gov. Wolcott, Secretary of State Olin, State Treasurer Phillips and Attorney General Knowlton. The plat form declares for silver repeal, favors national banks, and condemns viola tions of the civil service law and tho barter of high offices for campaign con tributions. Jon Heps, ex-pugilist, and during tho latter years of his life a tempcrnnco evangelist, died at Clarendon, N. Y. Alexis A. Yor, who crossed tho plains with Gen. Fremont and Kit Unr- on und first planted the United States flag on Pike's Peak, died in Rutland, Vt,, aged 78. Rev. Milton Bradley, aged 81, cel ebrated the completion of the fiftieth year of his pastorate of the Presbyte rian church at Richland, Mich. The Massachusetts republican stato committee will pay nothing but actual expenses to tho campaign orators this year. Michigan democrats nominated Levi T. Griflin for congress from the First district to fill Logan Chipman's place. FOREIGN. Fire in the Russian barracks at Rosslavo caused the death of eleven soldiers. Eight others were fatally hurt. Advices state that Hamburg wns now free from cholera, nnd It wns believed that no further cases would appear this year. At Bercan, Bohemia, an anti-semctlc mob attacked the Jewish quarter of the town, setting many houses on fire. The anniversary of the death of Charles Stewart Parnell was celebrated in Cork, Ireland, with imposing cere monies. Pallas, the anarchist, was shot in the back at Barcelona, Spain, in ac cordance with court-martial findings. Bombarding was resumed at Rio Janeiro and it was reported that thero had been great loss of life and prop erty. It was reported that the czar had issued an order expelling 22,000 wealthy Jews from Russia. In Rostoff, Russia, a newly-built house collapsed without warning and thirty persons were killed. Eleven mutinous Sepoys were blown from the mouth of a cannon at Lahore in British India. From Penang comes the story that pirates boarded the Dutch vessel Rajah Kongsee Aljeck, killing tho officers and twenty-two men. R. G. McConnell, sent by tho Ottawa government on an exploring expedition, reports that he has discovered the source of the Mackenzie river to bo a lake nt the head of the Findlay river and that gold was found by him in abundance for 250 miles along the Find lay river. WON AGAIN. The Vigilant Knnlly Heats tho Vnlkyrlo In tho Second or tlm Series of Yacht liners. New Yonic, Oct, 11. Tho second of tho scries of yncht races for America's cup took placo on Monday, and ngain tho American vessel, tho Vigilant, dofentcd tho Valkyrio, her English rival. Tho start wn s nindo at 11:25 a. m., nnd was nearly a perfect HloocFs Cures Till fllfe lit: Trill. JiVlcfc Saved From the Grave Scrofula In Face and Neck Blind at Times VIGILANT. one. Tho nrst turn of tho triangular course of tho 30 miles was made by tho Vigilant in 1 hour. 0 minutes and 35 sec onds, the Valkyrie being near ly live minutes behind. The second turn wns nindo by tho Vigilant in 1 hour, 50 minutes and 55 seconds; by the Valkyrie in 2 hours, 5 minutes and 52 seconds. Tho Vigilant finished, 10 minutes nnd 35 seconds ahead of tho Valkyrie, her corrected time over tho entire course being 3 hours, 25 minutes JI i , -r-- Til I I 2iv.aV - StiV fL :5k 'r- "r ft " 'fi d I J --':: ff-y ;Y Xffi- -FV t ifil '','' JlooiVa Siirnapnrltln Itcstoral JlciiUh "1 havo been tx very great sufferer from Bcrof ulti. Tlrst, n largo bunch enmo in my neck, growing as big ns u goo1! sized apple. Tho iloo tor lnnccil it, nnil wo Bucccoded in healing it up, but tho dlseaso began to appear In ray face, which would swell up nnd affect my oyes. Ev ery morning tlioy wero so inflamed nnd swollen that I wni blind. I was in this condition for about a year. I began to talto Hood's Sarsapa rllla, and when I had used n bottlo and a half, tho swelling in my f aco had entirely gono down. I Havo Boon Porfootly Curod and nm now In good hoalth." Wm. Enicrc, West Duluth, Minn. Hood's Pills cure Constipation by restor ing tho pcrlstaltlcactlonof tho alimentary canal. ? W fZ is:i:2f - PitiNCE John, of Lichtcnstisln, is not n mighty ruler, although a tfrcnt hub bub was mado when ho broke his leg' while out hunting, tho other day. His highness rules over.-a stato so btnall that it was overlooked when peace was declared between Austria and Prussia in 1800, and consequently Lichtenstcin is still nominally nt war with Prussia. Princo John's army numbers exactly fort3'-slx men, including several brigadier gen erals, and an hour's march In tiny direc tion would take it out of the principality and into u foreign lnnd. Miss VniaiNiA Fair, who in interest ing to tho public because of the fact that sho will some timo bo ono of tho richest women in America, Js a nineteen-year-old girl, short, plump, dark nnd vivacious. Site is a pious Roman Catholic, and it is said that a few years ago she was anxious to join one of tho sisterhoods of that church. 5y th death of her mother she became nn heiress to (l,S0O,6o0, to pass into her control when sho is twenty-five, and a monthly incomo of $2,500. Iler father is one of the western inultl-mllllonalrca and sho will probably inncrit largely from him also. tl. ..!-. 1.. .!.. LJ1U Uliy 111 uuu Uil. I Benjamin F. Tennis, who assaulted . and murdered the little 0-year-old girl, J Agnes Cooper Wright, at Hummelv town. Pa., on September 10, has been sentenced to be hanged. Charles Puii.i.irs, of Pine Bluff, Ark., killed Dan Bynum, whom he ac cused of harboring Phillips' runaway wife. Dwight L. Moody closed the con gress of missions in Chicago with a stirring appeal to close the saloons ol that city. Reference to the report of the inter state commerce commission shows the railway milcasro in tho western states increased during 1801-02 .'1,1(10 78 miles. A terrific wind and rainstorm which passed over Arkansas in the vicinity ol Little Rock done great damage. Six persons wero reported killed and sev eral severely injured. Two sections of a freltrht train col lided near New Haven, Ky., killing'; Engineers Burke and IHggins. Two trainmen were killed In a rear- end collision at Gothseinaue, b.y., on tho Louisville &. Nashville road. ., Business failures to the number of 320 occurred in tho United States in tho seven days ended on tho Oth. During tho week previous the failures num bered 407, against 184 in-the correspnd ing time in lfa2. Fotu of tho fumily of C. II. Bassett, living near. Emporia, IJan,, were, jiois oned by eating headcheese. The father and dtiutrhtor would die. By the explosion of a blast at Clin ton, Ind., Andrew VLipps, af'boy, was killed, and Billy Brown, a miner, fatal ly injured. X- J ' ? t Cornell university 'at Kltliueu, N. Y., celebrated tho twenty-ufth,un"jiivcrsary of its opening. J. G. Williamson, a wealthy mer chant of Hawkeye, Id., fell under a train at SprinjjUeld, Mof, and was killed. '':,'.' ," Wihteoai'h wero burnlrig gin houses of fanners near Sallna, Arlc, who sell cotton for lcs than ascertain price. t A SKIFF containing a. fishings party of four men yvns overturned in the Missis sippi river near St LotnVand'two of thb party Joseph Franklin and an un known man wero drowned. I burned at Pueblo, Col., the loss being THE VALKYRIE. nnd 1 second; that of the Valkyrie be ing 3 hours, US minutes and ail seconds. The wind blew almost half a gule during the last half of the race and the boats came in with decks forward wet with spray. The next race will bo Wednesday. It will be a beat to wind ward, 15 miles and return. Should the Vigilant win ugain tho America's cup will remain here at least another year and the American eenterboard will still be the champion yacht of the world. HONORED IN DEATH. S100.O00. John Brandt, a ranchman near Miles City, Mont., in a fit of insanity killed his wifo and daughter and then took his own life. There were 713,040 paid admissions to the world's fair on Chicago day and 37,380 went inside the gates on passes, making the total attendance 751,020. The works at Auburn, N. Y., of the Birdsall company, manufacturers of 'traction engines, grain thrashers and portable sawmills, wero closed with liabilities of $105,000. I Bon Hudson (colored) wns shot and killed nt Dresden, Tenn., while defend ing his wifo from white caps. Thomas Joyce and Murtin Tighe were fatally burned by an explosion of gas in Old Forge colliery at Scranton, Pa, Several others were badly hurt. RoiuiERS held up a btage near Robert Lee, T.OX., and secured $3,000 from the United States mail backs. The Apollo Iron & Steel company at Apollo, Pa., ono of the largest mills in the country, started up in nearly nil de partments with non-union workmen. , A freight train on the Pittsburgh & Fort Wayne road wus blown to pieces near North Lawrence, O., by an explo sion of powder In transit. State troops that for more than a year-have becii guarding Coal Creek (Tenn.) convicts were withdrawn by tho authorities. Five different piles of heavy tics were discovered on the Luku Shore tracks near Qulney, Mich. John Davis, a negro, was shotQto death by a mob In Kenny county, Ala., for attempting to assault a white wom'an. Tin: Vfgllant won the second race in tho international series for America's cup, beating the Valkyrio, tho English yacht, over ten and a half minutes and making the .'10 miles in U hours und 25 minutes. Treasurer Seeiikhgek and Auditor Ackorman celebrated Chicago day by making out a check for $1,505,310.70, thus freeing tho world's fuir from dobt. Tiik unveiling of tho stutuo of Alex ander Hamilton took placo in New York city in front of the Hamilton clubhouse. LATEE. It has been learned at Denver, Col., that the man whose mutilated remains were found in the Cherokee strip a day or two ago wns J. B. Polk, a well known civil engineer of that city and formerly of Kansas City. It Is sup posed that he was murdered Jfor what money lie had about him and the caso will bo investigated. J. Willis Menard, the first colored man to run for congress, died in Wash ington on the 10th, aged nbout. '54 years. On the 10th experts opened the safe of the Bank of Huntington, Tenn., and instend of finding a pile of money nnd securities, just $10 was there. The cash ier has disappeared. On tho lOtii Monaca, a village near Beaver, Pa., was bndly scorched. Five buildings with their contents wero en tirely consumed and two others badly damaged. Loss, $20,000; insurance about one-half that amount. At San Francisco, Cal., on the 10th the stntc anti-Chinese convention re solved that President Cleveland and his cabinet be censured for non-enforcement of tho Geary act and that con gress be called upon to refuse an ox tension of time for registration. Fourteen buildings at Mcshoppen, Pn.. embracing tho opera house, two hardware, two general stores nnd a jewelry store and several dwellings, were destroyed by fire on the night of tho Oth, entailing a loss estimated at $100,000. Tho town had no fire appa ratus. At St Clair. Mich., on tho 10th Mrs. James Balfour was burned in a gaso line explosion and so terribly Injured she cannot live. Mrs. Balfour was fill ing the stove whilo it was lightediund the escaping gas cattbed the explosion. C.un.i: ndvlces from Rio Janeiro aro to the effect that President Pelxoto has succeeded at labt in purchasing boveral torpedo boats in Europe. They are said to bo noiv on the way across tho At lantic and are manned by English crows. Tiik scnato on tho 10th went Into oxccutlva session nhortly nfter convening, to discuss tho resolution of Mr Dolph railing for Information as to whether tho Chlncoo government hod re quested an oxtonalonot tlmo for the registra tion of laborers under tho Geary net. Tho doors were II n (illy roopened nnd tho silver repeal bill talten up. Mr. Mel'horcon argued in supportof tho hill. Mr. Squlro, of Washington, offered an amendment to tho Hllvcr bill under constdera tlon In tho sonato. Tho proposition una In tho naluro of ft compromise and embraces nearly everything demanded by thu different sides of tho sliver question, ...In the houso tho Tuckor bill repealing tho federal election laws was passed without amendment by a voto of 1W0 ayes to 1UI nays Tho bill wns passed by a strict party vole. Af'.cr tho paesuge of tho repeal bill tho bouse adjourned. CURED WIE Of Kidnoyand Liver Complaint, Inflammation of tho Bladder. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Dinshnmton, N. Y. Gentlemen: "It affords mo plcnsuro to gtro you n rccomraendntlon Tor Dr. Kilmer's-SAVAMI'-IEOOT, of which I havo taken S smuu Domes, n. nns nearly removed tho ef fect of tho RHEUMATISM of nbout7 yenrHBtand ing, nlsouFovero weak ness of my bnclt nnd kWInc-jhof nbout lO yfiiri. standing and r,A Tins helped a severe !sK? attack of NfO INFLAMMATION of tho Iilnilrtor, which. I nm euro SWAMP- tv. n. ciulson. HOOT will cntlrcly curo mo of in a short time. I purchased the mcdlcinoofS. G. Ptouo, tho Drugcist hero in llutlcr, Ind." W. lUChllson. March, 7, 10. AtDrusglntn BO contn and $1.00 Slzo, Intalidi" Ouldo to Hcallh"frro-Conulttttloafrcf. Dr. Kilmer & Co.. - Dlnghnmtou, If. Y. tVr. Kilmer's P.tllLLA LIVER PILLS Aro tho Best. 42 Pills, 25 cent. All DrtigKUt. JHAwL M J8S5M8 vAW&i$ vWr32&P ELY'S eATAERH nonflRfl dai m iWi&rzw'i Irishmen Iy Tribute to the Memory of ClmrlcH btcwiirt I'.irncll. Dublin, Oct. 11. Irishmen from all over tho world on Sunday assembled around the grave of Charles Stewart Parnell in Glasnevin cemetery and did boner and reverence to the memory of the great Irish leader. It was the sec ond anniversary of tho death of tho champion of home rule, and the crowds attending the ceremonies showed very clearly that Ireland has not forgotten the services of Parnell in the cause so dear to the hearts of her bons and daughters. The procession of mourners through the streets of Dublin far exceeded in number and in rever ence that of last year upon the saruo occasion. The admirers ot i'arneu ana the principles he represented took ono and a half hours to pass the city hull. The procession was headed by a black-draped wagon upon which were piled memorial wreaths sei.t from dif ferent parts of the country, as well us several from the United States, Canada and Australia. The independent Irish party of New York sent a hand some floral harp. It was 5 feet high, 8K feet across and the top was made of green and gold immortelles, enlivened by red flowers of the same kind. Tho btrings were of red immortelles, and across them in white ilowers were tho words: " Charles Stewart Purnell. " Across the base of New York's tribute to the dead leader was the inscription: "In loving memorial; from tho Irish of New York." The oflleials nnd corporations of the cities of Dublin and Cork attended tho ceremonies in state. Tho streets along the route to the cemetery were packed with men and women and the neighbor hood of Glnssnovin burial ground was crowded to the utmost. John Parnell, brother of the late Charles Stewart Parnell, and Mrs. Dickinson, his sister, appeared in '-ho parade in a carriage, accompanied by John Redmond, M. P., the Puruollite leader. At tho cemetery the wreaths were placed upon the gravo of the beloved statesman. Tho procession then re formed and returned to tho city, tho btreets being lined with thousands ol persons, while every window along the route was filled with persons who dis played mourning emblems. lllsitstrnus I'l re. WATKm.oo, la., Oct. 1 1. Fire starteit Monday morning in tne business por tion of the town of Purkersburg, 25 miles west of this city. Tho town has no flro protection and tho lire was toon beyond control. Waterloo sent help, which succeeded in getting tho names under control after twenty-blx business houses wero destroyed. The buildings that wero destroyed were mostly frame structures, though there wero three or four brick blocks among them. Tho loss is estimated at about S17fi,0f)0, with insurance from 50,000 to 176,000. Cleanses tho Nasal Passages, Allays Fniiinnd Inflammation, llcnls the Sores. Restores tho Senses of Taste and Smell. vwfiD&wiwxm DDH . I R TEY THE OUBE. jHAY-FEVE A pnrtlcla H applied Into each nostril nnd 1 NOW 1 orK. OKrecabln. I'rlco la centum Ilrnitclftn. orlr rw.ll. Ul. miUTiiiais.uJ warren si, I IX tTjy TT-f III S 3Jxrffx OnA4 an -IX- L'Art De LaMode. 7 OIIMIIEEII i'i,vim ILL TIIK MT1.ST riltlS IhO XXT C3" Order II of rrtur Newi dealer or letil SS cult for Uuil number 10 W.J. JIIIIIKi:, I'ul.ll.licr, a Eo.tlUtUrtU,J.er orlr. The Best Waterproof Coat In tho WORLD I t&ffl Thcl'ISII 11UAXD SUCKER ll warranted water. proof, anil w 11! Kicp you dry In tho hnrdnt ttorra. The iiciviuji.Mi.u ui.u jvuusfipiru.tiriuiiiifcuat.nna cmcrstlidtmiroiuiMlc. Uenorouf Imitations. Doiil iDiiy a com u me, ri&n jirmui ' u nocon it. iim;r tcl Catalogue Inf. A. .1. 'IQWKIt, Huston, Alast. kmwl Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup rUSS: Mr. J C. Jones, of I'uiKra, Arkansas. snvaoris "About ten vears aim I omi. tractod a sovcro caso of blood not. uoti. Leading pliysicians jirescrtbod medlcino Jf tor ruoillclno, which I took without any relief . 1 also tried morcuri.il and potash remedies, with unsuccessful results, but which broufjht on an attack of mercurial rheumatism that unuo my jiio rmnn ono of acony, MMV Aftor sulteriiif. liBlIu lour j ears I gavo up all remedies and becan usliii? B. B. B. Aftor tailing several bottles I vntt antlroly cured and ablo to rcsumo work. RSKrtfJJH Is .tho Greatest modlclno for blood KgffiR-ytl poUonlnij to-day on tho market." Troatlsoon IJIood and Bliln Diseases roaiua oca. Bwurr Brscino Co., Atlanta, da. " T frtSK3raos53TAjrtia maUaamaujataaimsutLasai j2JfcE3a3 yiTTr;TOr'''"''TT' mtmmaam