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la cases where bronchitis has become
chronic from want of proper treatment
in the earlier stages, there is nothing
so good as Dr. August Keonig's Ham
burg Breast Tea, in conjunction with
whieh is strongly advised the use of
8t. Jacobs Oil as an outward applica
tion along the front of the throat, from
close np under the chin to well down to
the top of the chest ; the one remedy
assists the other, and as intended, they
work in complete unison. The wonder
ful penetrating power of 8t. Jacobs Oil
enables it to reach the adhesion of for
eign matter which lines the bronchial
tubes and which makes breathing more
and more difficult. As these adhesions
become inflamed and enlarged, 8t.
Jacobs Oil causes such adhesions to
break away, making expectoration easi
er and more free. Dr. August Koenig's
Hamburg Breast Tea, drank slowly and
very hot, sooths and heals the parts, is
comforting and quieting, stops the
cough and relieves the breathing. This
manner of treatment (and there is no
other two remedies that will work to
gether so successfully) reaches the diffi
culty from the outside and the inside
at tne same time,
reaches the roots of the adhesion, and
assists Dr. August Koenig's Hamburg
Breast Tea in clearing them ; the both
remedies act in nnision in healing and
curing. The above remarks apply with
equal force in cases of asthma; crcup,
whooping cough, enlarged tonsils and
all bronchial affections. Every family
should have St. Jacobs Oil and Dr.Aug
ust Koenig's Hamburg Breast Tea al
ways in the house in order that they may
be promptly used in the first stages.
Often the maladies develop with won
derful rapidity, and complications take
place with equal suddenness.
St. Jacobs Oil
Alarm That Worked.
- irst Office Boy—What's Johnnj
hurry in' for? Looks like he heard
flro alarm.
Second Office Boy—He did. De boss
said if he wasn't back from that errand
in 10 minutes he'd lose his job!
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D&.R. U. Klink. Ltd..V31 Arch St.. Philadelphia,P*
, Decanters.
Decanters and carafes may be cleaned
easily on the inside by using a mixture
of salt and vinegar. Rock salt is best
for. this purpose. To a small glass o<
vinegar allow a handful of salt. Shake
until stains disappear.
Health For Ten Cents.0
A lively liver, pure blood, clean skin,
bright eyes, perrect health—Cascarets
Candy Cathartic will obtain and se
cure them for you. All druggists, 10c,
25c, 50c.
Lettuce.
The mineral salts contained in let
tuce, its refreshing, cooling properties
and its easy digestion make it a most
wholesome addition to the more solid
/jods.
.Mothers will find Mrs.
Soothing'Syrup the best remedy to usi
for their children during teething period.
Winslow's
doing to Meet.
As it. is talked nowadays:
She— Are you going to go?
■ Another She—Yos.
Are you goin(f
to come for me?—Indianapolis News.
For bronchial troubles try Piso's Cure
fçr Consumption. It is a good cough
Uiedicine. At dniggints, price 25 cents.
The poet who writes love sonnets
is amazed that bo few people love son
nets.
CATARRH OF LUNGS.
A Prominent' Chicago Lady Cured
' : by Pe-ru-na.
Miss Maggie Welch, secretary of the
Betsey Ross Educational and Benevo
lent Society, writes from 328 North
State street, Chicago, III., the follow
ing glowing words concerning Périma:
"Last fail I caught the most severe
cold I evet had in niy Hie. I coughed
night and day, and my lungs and
throat became so sore that I was in
Üs
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Miss Maggie Welch,
great distress. All cough remedies
nauseateud me, and nothing afforded
me relief until my doctor said, rather
in a joke, 'I guet* Périma is the only
medicine that will cure yuo.'
"I told him that I would certainly
try it, and immediately sent for a bot
tle. I found that relief came the first
day, and as I kept taking it faithfully
the cough gradually diminished, and
the soreness left me. It 1 j fine."—
Maggie Welch.
Address the Peruna Mediacine Co.,
Columbus, Ohio, for free literature on
catarrh
W. H. STOWEU & CO., J
ASSAYERS,
: :
j ' Spokane. Prospect samples: Silver, 50c
I I lead, 50c; Gold and silver, Jl.
J
RELIABLE ASSAYS
..$ .60 I Gold and Stiver_ y .75
w«*.60 I Gold, Stlv'i, Cop'r. 1.60
Prompt returns on mall samples
OODEN ASSAY COflPANY
_1726 A rapshee 8t., Denver,Colo,
Gold.
OPENING OF 57TH SESSION A
SPECTACULAR ONE.
Galleries and Halls Packed to the
Utmost with People—Many Floral
Presentations—Adjourned Out of
Respect for Deceased Members—
Blind Chaplain Resigns.
Washington, Dec. 2.—The opening of
the fifty-seventh congress in the house
was, as usual, a spectacular event. The
galleries of the freshly decorated hail
were packed to the utmost with people
prominent in, society and the flower
show on the floor, although not as elab
orate as usual, filled the chamber with
perfume and added grace and beauty
to the scene. The members were good
natured and jovial, and there waB no
outcropping of partisan feeling. Speak
er Henderson received a cordial re
ception as he assumed the gavel, but
beyond this there was no demonstra
tion.
The proceedings were purely func
tionary. A prayer, the calling of the
roll, the swearing in of members elect
ed to fill vacancies created by death or
resignation during the recess, the
adoption of the customary resolutions
to appoint a committee to wait upon
the president and to inform the senate
that the house was ready to transact
business and t,o fix the dally hour of
meeting summarizes what was done.
Then the death of the late Representa
tive Russell of Connecticut, which oc
curred in the early fall, was announced
by his successor, Mr. Brandege, the
usual resolution of regret was adopted,
and the house, as a further mark of
respect, adjourned. The session lasted
less than one hour.
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and
In the House.
The house of representatives pre
lented a brilliant scene. During the
recess the chamber had been redecor
ated. The old color scheme of gold
and carmine was preserved but the
fresh colors served to lighten the gen
eral effect. The famous paintings of
Blerstadt, "The Discovery of the Hud
son," and the "Landing of the Verbaln
Expedition at Monterey, Cal., in 1601,"
which formerly hung in panels on eith
er side of the speaker's rostrum, have
been removed to the lobby in the rear
of the hall and In their places now
hang the full length portraits of Wash
ington and Lafayette. Although the
gavel was not to fall until noon, the
public galleries were packed soon after
they were thrown open at 10 o'clock
and the sections reserved for the fam*
files and friends of members also filled
early. The opening of congress is a
society as well as a political event, and
In the galleries were many handsome'
ly gowned women.
Blind Chaplain Resigns.
Washington, Dec. 3.—Rev. W. H.
Milburn, the blind chaplain of the sen
ate, who Is now In California, has for
warded his resignation to President
Pro Tem. Frye. His successor will be
elected by the senate.
Mr.'Milburn, In his letter to Senator
Frye, says 111 health compels him to
retire from the position, and he adds:
"It Is with deep sorrow that I have
come to this decision, as It was my
cherished wish that under the favor of
the senate I could conduct Its religious
services during the remainder of my
days."
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TRADE REPORT.
R. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of
trade last week says: Weather c n
ditions have proved the important
movement In the last week In the
business world. Excessive rains In
some sections, notably the south
west, facilitated distribution of heavy
food products, overshoes and kindred
lines, while seasonably low temper
ature at other points Increased the
movement of winter wearing apparel.
These influences, together with a
large Thanksgiving trade In food pro
ducts, stimulated retail dealings very
materially. Jobbing and wholesale
trade Is fully maintained and manu
facturing plants have orders far ahead,
but In many cases the coke shortage
retards operations. Railway officials
are making every effort to relieve the
freight congestion. Gross earnings are
fully maintained, for November thus
far exceeds last year's by 6.3 per cent
and of 1900 by 16.4 per cent, while It
Is anticipated that higher freights will
offset the advances In increasing
wages, sustaining net earnings.
Failures for the week number 213
In the United States against 182 last
year and 16 In Canada against 26 a
year ago.
WHEAT REPORT.
Portland, Oregon.—Quiet; steady.
Walla Walla, 72c; bluestem, 79c; val
ley, 76. The total shipments of wheat
from this port for last week were 368,
934 bushels.
Tacoma, Wash.—Unchanged ; blue
stem. 79c; club, 72c.
Bank Clerk Kiljëd.
La Porte, Ind., Dec. 3.—Mosely Reyn
olds, aged 16, employed as a clerk in
the bank at Wastville, In this county,
was shot and killed at an early hour
In the morning by robbers, who had
broken into the place and were about
to blow open the safe. The men es
caped in a stolen rig. Beside Reyn
olds' body when found were an empty
revolver and another partially empty.
Examination showed evidences of a
desperate battle. More than 20 shots
had been exchanged. From the trail
of blood left by the robbers it is be
lieved one of the men was wounded.
A posse of men is scouring the coun
try for the men. A rewatd of $1000
has been offered for the apprehension
of the robbers.
ey
the
United
able
TRUST AND TARIFF ISSUES RE
CEIVED CLOSE ATTENTION.
A
Western Senators Heartily Approve
Recommendation Regarding State
hood— Statua of Isthmian Canal is
Satisfactory—Gen. Alger Sworn in
—Speaker Henderson Announced
Appointments.
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Washington, Dec. 3.—The galleries
were scarcely filled Tuesday when or
der was called In the house of repre
sentatives.
Speaker Henderson announced many
appointments to vacancies in the vari
ous house committees, among them
Representative Hill of Connecticut to
succeed the late Congressman Russell
on the ways and means committee, and
Congressman Palmer, republican of
Pennsylvania, to the judiciary commit
tee.
At 12:10, the president's message not
being received, a recess was taken un
til the receipt of the message at 12:30,
when the house was again called to
order, and the message submitted. The
reading began almost Immediately.
The senate chamber has lost part of
the holiday appearance It wore the
previous day, though upon the desks
of Senators Simon of Oregon and Alger
o/ Michigan reposed beautiful flower
remembrances.
When the gavel fell there were but
few spectators present. Senator Al
ger's credentials were presented and
he was sworn In, after which he took
his seat between Senators Beveridge
and Dryden, where he was given an
informal reception until the president's
message was received.
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In the Senate.
Washington, Dec. 3.—In anticipation
of the receipt of President Roosevelt's
message members of the senate assem
bled early in the senatb chamber and
in the cloak rooms adjoining.
Many of the senators, particularly
the close personal and political friends
of the president, such s,3 Lodge of
Massachusetts, Burrows of Michigan,
Spooner of Wisconsin, Fairbanks of
Indiana, and Scott of West Virginia,
were already familiar with the prin
cipal features of the message, but the
reading of the important state paper
of the president was marked with un
usual Interest. Those passages of the
message treating of the trust and tariff
issues were listened to' with closest
attention, notwithstanding the fact
that the recommendation concerning
the creation of a non-partisan tariff
commission and the cautious attitude
regarding the question of trusts had
been generally forecasted. Equal In
terest was displayed by the senators
in those portions of the message re
lating to the question of reciprocity
with Cuba and to the existing condi
tions In the Philippines, Porto Rico
and Hawaii. The recommendations in
regard to statehood for the territories,
irrigation and the protection of for
ests evoked nods of approval from the
western senators. Mention of the sat
isfactory status of the Isthmian canal
question also was received with gen
eral approval.
FATAL EXPLOSION IN CHICAGO.
Thirteen Persons Killed in 8wlft &
Co.'s Plant.
Chicago—With a deafening report a
boiler in Swift & Oo.'s plant exploded
shortly after 10 o'clock in the morn
ing. Thirteen lives were sacrificed
and scores of employes, visitors and
others were Injured. Huge boilers
were sent through the roof of the boil
er house and hurled hundreds of feet.
Nobody within the boiler room
vived to tell the story of the accident
and it may never be known what
caused the explosion. A careful in
vestigation later, however, convinced
the experts that the explosion was the
result of carelessness on the part of
an employe, whose own life also was
lost. Five minutes after the explosion
nothing of the boiler house but a pile
of twisted iron, bricks and mortar
mained.
Flames sprang from the ruins and
the spectators realized that it would
be impossible to save the lives of those
who were caught in the wreck.
The explosion was of such force that
adjoining buildings were wrecked, torn
and twisted like toys,
and boys at work In adjoining depart
ments were hurled through windows
to the ground below. Many of them
escaped with slight bruises, hut most
of the victims were hurt to such
extent that it was necessary to
move them to hospitals. The others
were taken to their homes.
Digging for Victims.
While the fire was still burning
police, firemen and employes of the
packing firm began digging in the
ruins. Soon the mangled remains of
a man were discovered. At the same
time other rescuers were digging with
desperation to rescue several victims
who were still alive. Bodies, torn,
bruised or mangled, were taken from
the ruins and sent to the morgues. A
boy, scalded from head to foot and
bleeding from cuts and bruises, stag
gered toward the office of General Sup
ply Agent Young. The boy was Mr.
Young's personal messenger. The lad,
however, had been so badly disfigured
that Mr. Young did not recognize him.
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Admiral Dewey on Sea Duty.
Washington, Dec. 3.—Admiral Dew
ey has resumed actual sea duty for
the first time since his return to the
United States from his
able cruise in Philippine waters.
ever memor
associated
CULLED FROM
PRESS DISPATCHES.
in Both
A Review of Happenings
Eastern and Western Hemispheres
During the Past Week—National
Historical, Political and Personal
Events Tersely Expounded.
The family of General Lew Wallace
Is quite alarmed over an illness with
which he has been suffering.
The annual report of the secretary
of the navy has been made public.
Among other comments are the fol
lowing:
Three men were recently killed In a
sawmill at Bulger, near Kenworth. The
dead are:
istant, Arnold Declamar.
Dr. Parker, who recently died in Lon
don, was one of the most prominent
clergymen in Great Britain and per
haps the first pulpit orator of his time.
Fire in the factory building at 442
Broadway, N. Y., caused $100,000 dam
ages recently. Purcell Bros., umbrella
manufacturers, sustained a loss oi
about $75,000.
The associated press learns that im
portant steps have been taken in Lon
don with a view to satisfying all the
financial and diplomatic claims by for
eign powers and bondholders against
Venezuela.
Stanford's eleven found it rather an
easy matter recently to defeat the Uni
versity of Utah eleven. Three touch
downs in the first half and three in the
second half were scored by the stur-l}
Californians.
Constabulary Inspector Hendrix,
who has been in Samar island, was
killed recently oy a band of ladrone3
His detachment of constabulary wat
routed and Hendrix, with one soldier,
was surrounded and killed.
C. A. Cruder, Albert Arm
Commissioner
Edward F. Croker, chief of the N.
Y. City fire department, who recently
was tried on a series of charges, was
declared guilty by
Sturgis and was dismissed from the
service, the dismissal to take effect ou
December 1.
The most imperative need of the
navy today is of additional officers,
It invites the instant attention of
congress. The administration of the
department is embarrassed almost
daily by the lack of officers below
command rank.
One of the worst fires that ever vis
ited the Rat Portage lumber district I
occurred recently at Norman, Ont.,
and spread swiftly through immense
piles of lumber to the docks and from
the docks to boats until stopped in
that direction by the water's edge. I
After eluding arrest for several
months, Charles F. Kelley the former !
speaker of the St. Louis house of!
delegates, who is wanted in St. Louis !
in connection with the bribery cases, !
was arrested in Philadelphia on his !
arrival from Europe where he has
been for the last few 'months
o ence Burns, the young Brooklyn
oman who was accused and later
exonerated of the murder of her sweet-1
heart, Walter Brooks,in New York city !
some months 8-go, was married I
recently to Charles W. Wildrick.
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Wlldrick is a son of Lieutenant Colonel ]
Abram C. Wlldrick, U. S. A., who died [
in 1S94.
Charles Dykes and "Kid" Murphy, j
who are charged with having terror- ■
ized Rifle, Colo., on Thursday, Nov. j
20, by shooting at everything in sight j
having raided several
ranches and wounded David Wolford,
captured in the mountains by
Emerson and
ar.d with
were
Deputy Sheriff J. C.
posse of five men, who followed their j
trail for eight days. Dykes and Mur- j
without food for several dayä j
almost exhausted when
phy were
and were
taken. It is alleged that they were as
sisted in their flight by Miss Bleveus,
better known as "Silver Bess," and she
has been arrested.
The board of agriculture has closed
the ports of the United Kingdom
against the importation of animals
from Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont,
Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode .
Island. The order takes effect January j
5. Cargoes arriving in the meanwhile
will be the subject of the special in-,
vestigation. !
Whle one half of a chrysanthemum
plucked at Wallsend, Northumberland,
is pure white, the other half is of a
heliotrope shade.
SEEmSl
When the cold wave flag is up, freezing weather is on the way. Winter
here in earnest, and with it all the miserable symptoms of Catarrh
return—blinding headaches and neuralgia, thick mucous discharges
from the nose and throat, a hacking cough and pain in the chest, bad
taste in the mouth, fetid breath, nausea and all that makes Catarrh the
most sickening and disgusting of all complaints. It causes a feeling of per
sonal defilement and mortification that keeps one nervous and anxious wails
Manchester, Va., Kar eh 0,1801. I
Gentlemen:—I had all the symptoms
that aooompany this disease, snoh as
muons dropping in the throat, a con
stant desire to hawk'and spit, ft sling
of dryness th the throat, oough
spitting upon rising in the morning,
soabs forming in the nose, whloh re
quired mnoh effort to blow out, some
times causing the nose to bleed and
leaving me with a sick headaohe. X
had thus suffered for live years. I
I oommenoed to take 8. 8 . 8 . and
after I had taken three large bottles,
I notioed a change for the better.!
Thus encouraged, X continued to take
it and in a short while was entirely
oured. JUDSON A. BELLAK.
Main and Vine 8ts., Blohmond, Va.
the company of others.
In spite of all efforts to prevent it,
the filthy secretions and mucous mat
find their way into the Stomach
and are distributed by the blood to
every nook and comer of the system;
the Stomach and Kidneys, in fact
every organ and part of the body, be
come infected with the catarrhal
poison. This disease is rarely, if ever,
eveninitsearlieststrfges, a purely local
disease or simple inflammation of the
nose and throat, and this is why sprays,
washes, powders and the various in
haling mixtures fail to cure. Heredity
and so do their children.
In the treatment of Catarrh, anti
sometimes back of it—parents have
septic and soothing washes are good for cleansing purposes or clearing the
head and throat, but this is the extent of their usefulness. To cure Catarrh!
permanently, the blood must be purified and the system relieved of its load
foul secretions, and the remedy to accomplish this is S.^S. S. which has
no equal as a blood purifier. It restores
the blood to a natural, healthy state and
V the catarrhal poison and effete matter
are carried out of the system through the
k. l l k. » 1 k. 1 1 proper channels. S. S. S. restores to the
tTT/ blood all its good qualities, and when
, , . , , . . .J 1 .' P" r f. ^lood reaches the inflamed
mett ^ rane and 13 carri ed through the circulation to all the Catarrh infected
portions of the body, they soon heal, the mucous discharges cease and the
patient is relieved of the most offensive and humiliating of all complaints.?
S. S. S. is a vegetable remedy and contains nothing that could injure the
most delicate constitution. It cures Catarrh in its most aggravated forms,
and cases apparently incurable and hopeless. Write us if you have Catarrh,
and our physicians will advise you without charge.
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Spokane, Wash,
No. 49, 1902
Asthma
One of mv daughters had a
terrible case or asthma. We tried
almost everything, but without
lief. We then tried Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral, and three and one-haft
bottles cured her."—Emma Jana
Entsminger, Langaville. O.
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Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
certainly cures many cases
of asthma*. *
And it cures bronchitis,
hoarseness, weak lungs,
whooping-cough, croup,
winter coughs, night
coughs, and hard colds.
Thrashes: 25c., Sic., II. AlldntfUta
Conduit your doctor. It bs un takelt,
then do as lio lays. It ha «alla yon not
to take It. then don't take It. He know«
Leave It with hint. Wo are willing. •
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"L Donglas made and «old more men'« Good
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