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... id AN 0 JUH A Ffc SAVED BY PE-RU-NA 1 K V !i I» o to o Jfcfcr MX 3 $ ) BEV. ill STUBENVi Rev. H. Stubenvoll, of Elkhcrn, Wis., is pastor of the Evangelical Lu theran St.John's Church of that place. Rev. Stulienvoll is the possesor of two bibles presented to him by Emperor William of Germany. Upon the fly leaf of one of the bibles the Emperor has written in bis own handwriting a text. This honored pastor, in a recent letter to the Peruna Medicine Co., of Columbus, Ohio, says concerning their famous caturrh remedy, Pei The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen :—"/ had hemorrhages of the lungs for a long time, and all despaired of me. 1 took Peruna and was cured. It gave me strength and courage, and made healthy, pure blood. It Increased my weight, gaye me a healthy color, and I feel well. It is the best medicine In the world. If everyone kept Peruna In the house It would save many from death every year. una: H. STUBENVOLL. Thousands of people have catarrh I If you do not derive prompt and sat who would be surprised to know it, be- | isfactory resn Its from the use of Peril cause it has been called some other : na, write at once Vo Dr. Hartman, giv name than catarrh. The fact is ca- j in a full statement of your case, and he tarrh is catarrh wherever located; and | will be pleased to give you his valuable another fact which is of equally great ' advice gratis, importance, is that Peruna cures ca tarrh Wherever located. I Address Dr. Hartman, President ol The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O ELEPHANT KILL8 HER KEEPER. She Goes Mad While Traveling In Georgia. Savannah, Ga., Nov. 26.—Gypsy, the big elephant, belonging to a circus, the elephant which Injured its keeper in winter quarters in Chicago several years ago. went crazy six miles from Valdosta and killed her keeper, James O'Rourke. The circus train had been in a wreck early in the day, when sev eral of the animal cars were wrecked and two or three horses killed. Gypsy was in a highly nervous state when the train finally pulled out for Val dosta, the next show point. Six miles out from that town Gypsy became so nervous and restless that she waa tied down and the train stopped to try to quiet her. Immediately the mad brute attacked her keeper and crushed his life out against the side of the car. O'Rourke, for some reason, did not close the door of the car after him, so after killing her keeper Gypsy escaped to the woods. The big beast was shot a number of times before she suc cumbed to rifle bullets in the brain. | BESTFORTHE BOWELS âî t iâp o, t ssî I , m bann t a regular, da ererr Say, you're I lie open, and be '— pnjalo or pill ■noothMt, eatlGst, moot wwli elMur and olnan I CANDY t CATHARTIC ^ 1 « ■* ! bwwdy o-MWi eu we«, ■ ■e tml , Iwfah B: KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAR ÎWET weather comfort There is no satisfaction keener than being dry and comfortable When oui in the hardest storm. YOU ARE SURE OF THIS S, IP YOU WEAK sL ifmua ^ ^ \ WATEDPBOOF OILED CLOTHINi I MADE IN SLACK OR YEUOW AND BACKED BY OUR OUARANT1 rr — Ä. J.TOWER CO, BOSTON. j 1 AflK YOUR DEALER. LT ! kC?- in* will pot Mippiy you «, i ftrw for ow free cololoQu* of gftrnwnts oi>d hots. : . j ! I /.*] RELIABLE A55AYS ..$ .50 j Qold and Sliver... .f .76 ...5U I Hold, 8ilv'«, Cop'r. 1.ÖU Prompt returns on mall samplea OGDEN ASSAY COnPANY 1725 Arapahoe 8t., Denver,Colo. I Gold _____________ ~ —— No. 48, 1902 k & N. U. Commission to Settle Strike. Washington, Nov. 27.—All prospects for an understanding between the his associates, which had been sug gested. | United Mineworkers and the coal operators outside the anthracite coal strike commission has come to a sud den termination through the receipt of a dispatch to Wayne MacVeagh, 1 representing the Pennsylvania Coal company, notifying him that at a meet ing of the anthracite coal road men in New York it had been decided not to grant an interview to Mr. Mitchell and Small, but Flourishing. Papa—You were up late last night daugther. Daughter—Yes, papa. Our fresh air club met on the piazza. Papa—Who belongs to your fresh air club. Daughter (glowlv 'and somewhat re luctantly) — Well, Jack — and— and —me.—Detriot Free Press. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Signatur» of An Amusing Error. William Black was once tho victim of an arnUKin K typographical error. , °ne °f his books the heroine died of dose of opium, but the compositor got in his fino work on the passage, and when tho novel appeared tho first edi I tion stated that sho diod of "a doso of , opinion." In a Ton Can Get Allen's Foot Ease FREE Write Allen 8. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y , for a free sample of Allen's Foot Kaso. It cures chil plains, sweating, damp, swollen, aching feet It makes new or tight shoes easy. A curtail pure for Corns and Bunions. All dmggiBts sei it 25c. Don't accept any substitute. In Revenge. "He told his wife she ought to take cookery leseons." "Did she?" "Well, yae; she sent for her motv. to come and give her a three mönths couree."—Cassell's Journal. KITA Fermanonflr Ono Wo Sts or norromMi — jfler ftr*tJ(ty'«u*(>of I>r Klioe'tdr««» Nor»» fintofur. Bond for FKB E 8'J.OO trial iHittivud Uwl Isa Da.B.U.Kuiir.Ltil..»SlArchSt..PhiUdeh>hiafa By order of the Japanese empress wooden legs have just been distribut ed to tho seven maimed survivors of the Aomori disaster, when 200 Japan ese soldiers were frozen to death. For coughs and colds there is no better medicine than l'iso's Cure for Consump tion. Price 25 cents. Mrs. Laura J. Brawer, wife of J. T. Brawer of North Yakima. Wash., cently took an overdose of morphine and died. re Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup the best remedy to une for their children during teething period. Failures for the week number 266 the United States, against 218 last year, and 24 In Canada, compared with 3 i a year ago. I CULLED FROM ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Expounded. The new Pacific cable to Australia will be open for the dispatch of busi ness on December 8. The right Rev. John Stariha has been formally installed as Catholic bishop for the Black Hills diocese. The senate and chamber at Buenos Ayres has passed a bill which author izes the expulsion of undesirable for eigners. At Denver, Col., the entire plant of the Colorado Paving company was de stroyed by fire recently, which origin ated from an explosion of boiling as phalt. Loss $50,000. The management of the National Railroad of Mexico has decided to at once construct the proposed road ex tending from tfie main line to Mata moras. At Noblesville, Ind., Antonio Migasi died recently, aged 82 years. Migasi was the moving spirit In Antonio Bros.' circus, famous before the civil war, and was a widely known acrobat. Richard Stockton Emmett, aged 82 years, died recently at his home in Now Rochelle, N. Y. Mr. Emmett was related to the family of Robert Emmett, the Irish patriot, one of the oldest active members of the New York bar. i He was With the approval of the minister of the interior, the Austrian league to combat the white slave traffic will es tablish branches in all the important towns and frontier stations of Austria and take active means to suppress the traffic. The Telluride Miners' union has adopted resolutions condemning "the cowardly assassination" of Arthur L. Collins, general manager of the Smug gler-Union Mining company, "as be ing wholly opposed to the policy and spirit of organized labor." A trainman was killed and seven others seriously injured by the ex plosion of a locomotive boiler at Thompson, on the Monongahela di vision of the Pennsylvania railroad recemtly. Of the injured, all are rail road employes and none are expected to die. EXPLOSION AT WARDNER, IDAHO. Two ^ ead antl O ne Injured Before Miners Reached Place of Safety. Wardner, Idaho, Nov. 26.—Louis H. plm and Mike Milmo were instantly kllle( l and M. J. Millen was badly cut and binised about the face in an ex P' o3 i° n at the Last Chance mine as ^ey were coming off the night shift, W ' c - Woods, another miner, was in workings at the time, crol,c hed in a corner and ho came out without à scratch, but sustained a severe nervous shock. The men were cutting a station on the No. 2 level. They had put in 16 loads, and having completed the work of the shift, they started to fire the charge just before leaving the drift. When the fuses were carried in one of the men remarked that they rather short. but he were Tho fire was placed to the upper shaft first, and It exploded before the lower one was lighted. Milmo. who was lighting the lower fuse, was hit in the back by the hurtling rocks from above. A part of his head was blown off, and his body was mangled. Pirn had Btarted to leave the drift, but he was not beyond the reach of the flying rocks. His back and the back of his head were crushed in. Both killed instantly. Millen was further away, and only small rocks hit him In the face. Woods who did not receive a scratch, had perilous escape, as he was only feet from the point where the explo sion occurred. Both are in the Ward her hospital, and a speedy recovery 19 expected. men were a a few DEMAND WAGES IN GOLD. Native Officials at Manila Dislike Sil ver Now. Manila, Nov. 25.—Silver has fered a further decline in value. The government has issued a proclamation making the official rate $2.60 for $1 gold. The former rate was $2.50. suf Mr. Cleveland Will Speak. Philadelphia, Nov. Cleveland has accepted an invitation to preside at a public meeting to be held here on December 11 in the in terests of a manual training and in dustrial school for colored people. Mr. Cleveland will make an address. Among other speakers will Charles Emory Smith, Colonel A. K. McClure and Booker T. Washington. 28.—Grover be Slayer of Judge Brady. Boise, Idaho, Nov. 27.—The famous ease of the state against G. H. H. Wilmbusse for the murder of Probate Judge J. C. Brady of Kootenai county has been decided by the supreme court, the judgment of the lower court being affirmed. The murder was committed July 5, 1901. Big Fire at Elma, Wash. Seattle, Wash., Nov. 26.—A special from Elma. Wash., says that a large part of the business section of that place has been destroyed by fire. The loss is nearly $75,000. with little insur ance. Ten business houses were wiped out. y ABSOLUTE SECURITY I Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills * ^ CURE SICK HEADACHE. • Must Bear Signature of -* Am Fac-SImlte Wrapper Below. \ I» KtlkcwiUW /»« fvrrnTç FOR,HEADACHE* UAKItKo FOR DIZZINESS* -- FOR BILIOUSNESS* FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR C0MSTIPATI0R. FOR SALLOW SKIH. _ FOR 1 HE COMPLEXION i .. , amounts xutriuvi . ts Conti I Purely rfhJL IVER PILLS, RECLAIMING OF ARID LANDS. Report of Secretary of Interior on the Subject. Washington.—The report of the sec retary of the interior for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1902, has been made public. It refers to the passage ol the law for the reclamation of arid lands at the last session of congress and says: "On the day following the passage of the act plans were submitted by the director of the geological survey for putting it into effect; and those being approved by me, survey parties were at once put in the field to obtain all oi the facts concerning the feasibility or various projects. "Great care ig being exercised in selecting projects which will be of tht. greatest benefit to the country; which will settle upon the land the greatest number of people, and which will re turn to the treasury the cost of the undertaking, keeping intact the fund for new works. No considerations of expediency or sentiment can be toler abed, but only those of making the work a success from a business stand point." The report shows that there were disposed of during the fiscal year pub lie lands aggregating 19.488.535.3b acres, an increase of 3,925.739 acres, as compared with the aggregate disposals for the preceding fiscal year. The total cash receipts during the fiscal year from various sources, in eluding disposal of public lands. $5. 880,088.65, aggregate $6,261,927.18, increase of $1,289.000. „ T , Salt Lake, Nov. 26.—The ministeria alliance of Salt Lake adopted résolu ions strongly opposing the proposed election to the United States senate of Reed Smoot, one of the lz apostles of e Mormon church. The resolutions oppose him, not as a member of the 1 J? 1 J 11 ? 11 ctlurc h' but as one of the high officials of that body. His election, it is declared, would be a menace to civil and religious liberties. an Ministers Against Smoot. « t. ft \ •? y X 0&Ï p maim n \ Wüc5i:f, j 'äüiüüinm THE CHILDREN ENJOY WSM < ; "S v ' n 1 ": <"? »a greater part of that * efT «ris which they make, comes the happiness when grown When »T °P™ent which is so essential to their given to them to cleanse and needed the remedy which is on which it acts should V.» u ecte " a " d strengthen the internal organs component parts are known as physlclans would sanction, because its every objecLnabTe ouamv Theone 0 ^ an ^. the remedy itself frea *«>« well-informed, approve and ro remedy which physicians and parents, because of its nleasInT fl-T" -T ommen * and which the little ones enjoy, Syrup of Figs—and for the°snm ** ^ act . IOn and its beneficial effects, is— be used by fathers and mothers. 6 reai>0n ll ls the only taxative which should naturally 5 without griping, irriUtîiur^r Wh ' Ch f. cts F cntI y> pleasantly and system effectually without nmd °* nauseat \ n ff and which cleanses the from the use of the old-time^aB ^T^ * la ^ constipated habit which results which the children .C5 be « S C n" d imitation8 ' and against grow to manhood and woman^o^. 7 lf you would have them them medicines, when medicines areTnt ^ d ^ ^ happy ' do not S 1 ™ assistance in the way of a laxative n-' neede< 3. and when nature needs gentle—Syrup of Figs. ' S * VS tllem °nly the simple, pleasant and laxative^principles of phuits'with ole eXCellence of the combination of the also to our original method of aromatic syrups and juices, but the little ones; do not aceSt a„v ^the C K e . a w &S y ° U Value the health ° f ers sometimes offer to increasj theV^ su ^ 8tlt "te s which unscrupulous de a l bought anywhere of all reliable d^ , profits ' The e enuin e article may be rèmemt "J fifty cents per bottle ' Please CALimowiA it fUl1 name of the Company— . FIG SYRUP CO- is printed on tue iront of every pack age. In order t» get its beneficial effects it is al ways necessary to buy the genuine only. N art* s ■ s 9 jSfi i < h : WO TV Â 1 V .. v ;\ r if » ? fkâe * sV ; » MR L 4 *:■ M f. ? r- i.Vf * ?' :.rv 'M: ./ 1th 1 ; vv V 'G* 'i-.-iv A to Nr c v t •* Va V.( Kf & Q i |\j j V--. fZ r j/ ■: LJ C s i 5 . ! I ; V' :.'i / £ & Ul .*a;: ^•jl I : f / ; hv. .»* I •. 2Ö IM : f. ! i i M2 » %-Æ 1 a&TNjv r;:r t V f •l m v. ,Vv «f"" ••V. / P* & & cH ^ 'yVi't fii ; i atrocities are monstrous. ; Ambassador White Is Severe Upon Laws of Roumania. . Berlin, Nov. 27.—A privute letter written by Ambassador Henry Seligman of Frankfort on the Main, regarding the treatment of He brews in Roumania, appears In the The letter White to Zeitung. not intended for present 'publication is in part as follows: 1 ' The Roumanian atrocities are simp and startle the civilized Frankfurter which was lv monstrous would. I have just received the Rou maniau Bulletin. No document is cruelty since the series of equal in laws with I.ouis XIV. persecuted the Huguenots. But even these which have hitherto been regarded as the acme of cruelty are exceeded by those in the I can not believe that right thinking Roumanians or the civilized powers can allow this condition of things to continue. It appears to be ' open defiance of law, justice and com mon decency." Mr. White presented his letters to Emperor William at noon on Thurs day .and after that he and his wife took luncheon with the emperor and Bulletin. empress. ! Count and Countess Von Buelow will give Mr. and Mrs. White an official dinner on Saturday evening. Three millions of the inhabitants of the German empire speak the Polish language. RHEUMATISM CANNOT BE RUBBED OUT % But a good liniment or piaster will often give temporary relief because it produces counter irritation or reduces the inflammation and ness. But no sort of external treatment can have any effect whatever upon the disease itself, for Rhoumatlam la not a akin <flsoase, but is due to an over acid condition of the blood, and the deposit of irritating matter or Uric Add *' salts or sediment in the muscles and joints, and no amount of rubbing or blistering can dislodge these gritty particles or change the acid blood. ' Rheumatism often becomes chronic, and the mus cles and joints permanently stiff and useless and the nervous system almost wrecked, because so much time is lost in trying to cure a blood disease with outside applications or doctoring the «in« , , ■ja \v, IsiiB ) 7J Rheumatism must be treated through the blood, and no remedy brings such prompt and lasting relief as S. S. S. It attacks the disease in the blood, neutralizes the acids, and removes all irritating or poisonous substances from the system. S. S. S. strengthens and enriches the thin acid blood, and, as it circu lates through the body, the corroding, gnawing poisons and acid deposits are dislodged and washed out of the muscles and joints, and the sufferer is happily relieved from the discom forts and misery of Rheumatism. External remedies are all right so far as they go, but they don't go far enough, and you can't depend upon them to do the work of a blood purifier, and those who pin their faith to liniments and plasters as cures are bound to meet with disappointment, and will _ _—__ _ _ __ _ ___ be nursing a case of Rheumatism the I greater part of their lives.. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable remedy, 'w U does not contain any Potash or mineral of any kind, and can be taken with safety by old and young. . Rheumatic sufferers who write ns about their case will receive valuable aid and helpful advice from our physicians, for which no charge is made. We will mail free our special book on Rheumatism, which is the result of years of practical experience in treating this disease. It contains in a condensed form much information about Rheumatism, Louisville, Xy., March 87, '08. Gentlemen:—I am triad to say that S. S. S. has cured me of fLheumatl»m. ▲bout two years ago I Buffered from Rheumatism in my knees and fest, my ankles swelling so that ! could not pnt on my shoes. This continued for several months, during 1 whloh time I was applying liniments and. going by my physioian'g directions, but derived no benefit. I was told of S. S. 8. and tried it. I immedi ately got relief, and oontlnned the medicine until I was entirely well. 2108 Floyd St. D. J. DUANE. T HE SWIFT SPEOIFIO GO., ATLANTA, GA. Coughs My wife had «deep-seated cough for three years. I purchased two bottles of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral large size, and it cured her ' pletely. >< com J. H. Burge, Macon, Col. » Probably you know of cough medicines that re lieve little coughs, all coughs, except deep onesl The medicine that has been curing the worst of deep coughs for sixty years is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Three siros: 25c., enough for an orilin.n, colrt; 50c., Juot right furlironchlU., Des«, hard colds, etc.; pi, most economical M>i chronic cases and to keep on hand J. C. AYJiU CO.. Lowell. Mast. W. C. Gilliam Murdered, Sioux Falls, S. Ö. Nov. 27.—W. C Gilliam, the Sioux Falls man who found dead at Rock Rapids, a few mornings ago under circumstances which indicated that he had commit- v ted suicide, was murdered.