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tot »I» ^ french census returns for Al reveal the fact that In less than years the native population the colony. Arab and Kabyle, has al most doubled Itself, having risen from 2307,000 In 1866 to 4,071,000 at the time. gerla of on un fi t 1 » i,»u»cji»n Hay for Africa. Canada's entire surplus crop of hay tn d oats is being marketed this year the British government for the use 0 f the army in South Africa. An extra fleet ot steamers is transporting this to the seat of war. for«* prof. Emory B. Johnson, one of the ^embers of the Isthmian Canal minion, contributes to the Review of Belie* 9 tor January a compact and „(H^ligested account of the commis skw* portant features of the report recently laid before congress. cora work, summarizing the more im , Education In Cuba. Some idea of the important educational brought about and the wonder fui procréas made since the Island came under American rule, can be obtained from their exhibit at the Pan-American Exposition recently, for which they were awarded nine medals. There is also a wonderful record back of Hostetter's Stomach Hitters, and one that has never been equaled. It Is a specific remedy for dyspepsia. Indigestion, sick headache and malaria, fever and ague. Don't fall to try it. A Long Marrow City. Duluth is a peculiar city. Its popu lation is about 70,000, yet the length of the incorporated town along the lake front Is twenty-eight miles. Its width ranges from one to two miles. Brooklyn, N. Y., JUn. 4th.—A very timely and practical suggestion comes from a pbysl clan of Ibis city: He says, "Take Garfield Tea, tbe Herb Medicine. It Is especially needed at tbls season when the system is apt to be out of order from eating rich food. This wonderful remedy cleanBes the system and regulates the liter. kidneys, stomach and bowels It Is simply, pure and effective, and is good for young and old." Fresh Air In a Tunnel. Ths carbonic acid in the cars of the Metropolitan railway of Paris never exceeds 1 per cent in the tunnel. The frequent trains going in opposite directions act as powerful ventilators. I am sure Plso's Cure for Consumption saved my life three years ago.—Mrs. Tbos. Robbins. Maple Street, Norwloh, N. Y., Feb. 17.1900. Th« World'» Great Cities. There are in the world 270 cities, haying more than 100,000 Inhabitants each; thirty-five having more than 600,000, and twelve with a population of more than 1 »»0 000. Mrs. Wiualow'a Soothing Syrup. For children teething, aoftens the gums, reduces In flammation.allay a pain.cures wind colic. 26c & bottle Our Recently-It all t War Vessels. The vessels built or authorized by congress since the Spanish war more than equal in tonnage the regular naval vessels we then had. The effec tiveness of guns has also been doubled. MRS. HULDA JAKEMAN Wife of President Jakeman of Elders of the Mormon Church, Salt Lake City, Utah, Recom mends Lydia E. Pinkham'g Vegetable Compound For Wo* Periodic Pains. Dear Mrs. Pinkham :—Before I "T'iTi 0 *I-yilla E. Pinkbam's Veg> eta hie Compound I dreaded the Approach of the time for my menstrual period, as it would mean a couple of man's tl I ■ ♦ J 'Wf Mrs. hulda jakeman. flays in bed with intense pain and suf lering. I was under the physicians "j™ for OTer a year without any relief, r, "S? 5*7 attention was called to Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound by I, our Mormon women who naa been cured through its use. began its systematic use and im f7° Ted Squally in health, and after tue use of s i x bottles my health was tnpletely restored, and for over two V* Sr v have had neither ache or pain, ou have a truly wonderful remedy for omen. Very sincerely yours, Mrs. , Jakeman - It Lake City, Utah." •—« 000 forftlt If about testimonial la not ganulna. Just as surely as Mrs. Jake ? a P waf » cured just so surely will Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ^nipound cure every woman suffering from any form of fe male in s . Mrs. Pinkham advises sick wo men free. Address, Lynn, Mass. JUST think of it branoM l a < rm * er his OWQ landlord, no Incam m— rrrr n >>:ink ar omint. increasing year by year,land value increas ing, stock increasing, .»lend id cëllent schools and churches, low taxation, high prices for cattle grain, low railway rates, and every possi )nditi, „,~ ■ . . ble comfort. Thisls the rovlncnnf J£ h * «urmer In Western Csnads— 3 ia Manitoba nnd districts of Asslni of AmerÔ.„ tchewan and Albert*. Thousands r»te"on l- ns "f e "«» settled there. Reduced tiers, for homeseekers und set Vear •n™'T, rt s V icu Urn being opened up this nud, £5® " ew «orty-page Atlas of Western Ca BuDerlnôî n î roe to a11 applicants. F. Pediev, Vv Immlgfitlon.Ottawa.Caaada B01 New*v% n r 1 * 1, ClfcUa dian Government Agent, NBW York Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb. WA climate, ex I ft (ill or Alexander, q e., o™.£ S , S ü yer ' Chemist, Metallurgist "I ln ®»r .load lots. Mailing ast'k. frM MoPhee Building, Denver. Ool<t DROPQV new DISCOVERY; Ri™» him. 1 quick relief and cura, worW -seek of te.Umonlnla and 1# BITS'treatma. uaaan'a aoii. iaa a. in—»«, ea. * l ©UR GOODS Ÿ ..WELCOME m Mo.nxj facturer Talks of Traufe with South America y • • J f the bll8iness d ta J f the bll8iness d °ne by all manu acturers in the United States with tbeir customers in South increased in the last eight a matter of about , when American-made g Oils will have displaced all others in cle„ i? M lnent '" Bald a maker ot vehi Ne „ w York - a «er he had read a cabled order from a South American customer for enough carriages to keep bis factory running night and day for six weeks to "The America has years - as one ours has It is more decade come. newspapers have said much for * score of months crease of American exports to Europe; they have told wonderful true stories or how we are competing with England n English markets, with France in French markets, with Germany man markets, but hardly been said until or so about the in in Ger a word has „ . , vei 'y recently about our advance in the markets of South ica and our victorious competition there with England, France and Ger many. It is a fact that ploughs are being snipped by the trainload from Moline, ill-, to South America, and that a steamship company whose vessels ply between London and Buenos Ayres has contracted for every inch of its space which will be available for the trans portation of American heavy machin ery for a year to "A certain importing firm in South America has a standing order with a United States firm for a certain num ber of thousands of shovels Amer come. to be ++t r +++++++++++++++ ' w ' M ' +++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ! + Hogs Ripened +++ *** l u Ms Whisky I MycnMni . * ! Old Pennsylvanian | Knew the Benefit of + There are but few people who can be induced to believe that there ever vas such a drink as "hog-ripened whisky," but among the older genera tion it would be no trouble at all to secure affidavits that such a beverage was well known in this immediate vicinity, writes a correspondent of the Philadelphia Record from Doyles town, Pa. There was, in the days gone by, in a village only four miles from here, a man who kept a tavern that soon became famous through its- pro prietor's unique inventions and ingeni ous contrivances to attract attention to his hostelry. Then, as now, to suc ceed meant the necessity of being well advertised. In his effort to do some thing new, "Uncle Billy," as he was called, conceived an invention that was potent in making his tavern the most talked about one for miles around. The result, as known to the patrons of the inn, was some good whisky, of some age, that had been continuously agi tated while within the oaken casts within which the drinks were kept for "ripening." What the curious ones discovered about the invention was this: When they went to see the ripening of the whisky they found a hog pen with a plank floor so balanced as to swing like a big barn scale. There was an open side farthest from the feeding trough, and the sides were fenced. * Truthful Guide Telle 2 * of an * 5 Just f'a.'Oed « *4 * ^ His Life \ , * —^ idtrondacKs 0 « IdxJenture in the * * The Adirondack guide who wants to retain his patrons year after year must know how to tell good stories around the camp fire, as well as how to guide the greenhorn through the pathless woods, says the New York Tribune. A grizzled veteran of the forest who had charge of a mixed party of New York city men and women last August had well nigh exhausted his store of "strictly true" anecdotes, and one night was forced to draw upon his imagination to supply the constant de mand. "I remember well," said he, "years when I was a young fellow and ago before 1 had learned enough about the woods to set up as a guide, that I got lost in the forest. Darkness came on while I was still trying to rediscover the trail, and as the cold was severe, I decided to camp for the night before I became exhausted. To my horror. I discovered upon searching my pock ets that I had not a single match left with which to light a fire. It had been raining all aay, and the fallen wood soaked, so that it was impossible was for me to rub two pieces of dry wood together, as the' Indians do, till they take fire, even if I knew how, which I didn't. "For the second time I searched all pockets and even carefully exam my Seek Frost Proof Orange. For several years the United States been working to secure, by breed of oranges resistant to frost. has ing. a race proposed by this means to re of Florida. It was store the orange groves which formerly produced several mil dollars' worth of oranges yearly, nearly all destroyed by cold lion but were Twelve of the new a few years ago. hybrid oranges, secured as evergreen a result of crossing the hardy Japanese with the Florida sweet orange, form have proved to he the hardiest ever green oranges Southern nurserymen have pronounced them to be of great value as hedge known in the world. shipped every month, yet the demand Is so great that a special order for 12. 000 more, to be shipped at the earliest moment possible, was received by cable a few days ago. These orders former ly, and not so many years ago, went to England, France and Germany. "I have been informed by our agents in. South America, whp handle many and various lines of goods, that this trade has been transferred from Eng land, France and Germany to the Unit ed States because of the superior excel lence of American good», the quickness with which they can be delivered and their comparative cheapness. "The sale of American products in South America depends upon price, just as it does in England, France, Ger many and every otber country where the use of American goods is increas ing, and the feeling against the United States which is known to exist in cer tain Latln-American countries disap pears when it becomes a matter of dol lars. When an article is desired it is bought where it can be had for the least money, no matter where it was made. "Moreover, the fact that it is of American manufacture gives it a repu tation for excellence which similar ar ticles made in other countries do not have." The late Bishop Whipple's diocese contained 20,000 Indians, and it was his self-imposed task to keep in fre quent communication with all of them. The way the thing operated was sim ple enough. The hogs were out in the yard nosing around, when they heard the splash of the feed as it was put in the trough. Naturally, as the weight came first on the side farthest from ths trough, that side of the floor tilted down under the swine's weight. When they all got over to the trough that side, in turn, went down. And so the plank floor was rocked back and forth every time a hog went in or out. Connected with this swinging plat form was another one which received equivalent motion, of course, through the medium of a long lever. On this second platform were set the casks of whisky which were to undergo the rip ening process. Of course, 'every time the lower floor rocked, so did the up per likewise, and the whisky waS shaken around with every motion. Naturally, Uncle Billy's hogs were fatter than anybody else's, because they were fed so much oftener. Part of the ripening depended on feeding the hogs, so as to make them rush in through the open door and thus shake the platforms. It sometimes happens that a baoheloi envies a married man almost as much as a married man envies a bachelor. The population of the Australian commonwealth, according to the latest returns, is 3.775.366. ined the lining of my coat and waist coat in the hope that some stray match might have lodged there; but in vain. I did find, however, a small sheet of dry paper. As I drew it forth I felt that my life was saved; for, though I had no match, I had thought of a way to set fire to the paper. "Hastily constructing a pile of the dryest wood and twigs that I could find, I knelt before it, with the paper in my hand, carefully screened from the wind with my body.. Seizing then a stout and knotty oak stick, like a po liceman's club, I struck myself a vio lent blow over the head with It. Im mediately a multitude of bright sparks danced before my eyes. Instantly I passed the paper cautiously back and forth among the sparks. To my joy several settled upon It I fanned them gently with my breath. The paper be came ignited. Plunging it among the twigs, I soon had the joyful satisfac tion of seeing a tiny crackling flame kindle there. "I was saved! The rest was easy. Ai splendid bonfire soon lit up the gloom of the surrounding forest. As I bound up a long scalp wound on the back of my aching head, I thanked my lucky stars for the clever expedient which had occurred to me only in the nick of time." plants, entirely apart from their fruit bearing value. There is great promise, however, that we will ultimately secure a fruit that is hardy and of good qual ity. Some of the hybrid raisin grapes, produced with a view of securing re sistance to a disease known as "cou lure," or dropping of the fruit, have borne for the first time. These vines have proved hardy so far and have produced fruit of remarkably fine qual ity. Some of the vines appear to be resistant to a serious and destructive roof, disease which has appeared in California, and they may resist the worst of all Pacific coast grape dis eases—the so-cahvd "California vine disease." Bacteria In Sehonl Inks. The authorities at Minden, Germany, have made a bacteriological examina tion of school inks. They have found that most of them which, if animals are Inoculated with them, often prove fatal. Professor John B. Clark, of Columbia University, contributes a notable ar ticle to the January Atlantic in the "Booking Backward" vein, rehearsing and analyzing the probabilities of the coming century from the standpoint of a citizen of the year 2000. contain bacteria Beware of Ointment« for Catarrh That Contatn Mercury, As mercury will surely destroy the sense of •smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except_ prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is tenfold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney Si Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists, price 75c per bottle. Hall's Family Pills are the best The postofliee at Buevelto, N. M., was robbed of $400 by four masked men on Friday last. Stops the Cough and Works Off the Cold Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Price 25c. Miss Alice Roosevelt, eldest daughter of President Roosevelt, will christen the German kaiser's new yacht. The Distinctive Value of Syrup of Figs is due to its pleasant form and perfect freedom from every objectionable quality or substance and to the fact that it acts gently and truly as a laxative, without in any way disturbing the natural functions. The requisite knowledge of what a laxative should be and of the best means for its production enable the California Fig Syrup Co. to supply the general demand for a laxative, simple and wholesome in its nature and truly beneficial in its effects; a laxative which acts pleasantly and leaves the internal naturally healthy condition and which does not weaken them. To assist nature, when nature needs assistance, it is all important that the medicinal agents used should be of the best quality and of known value and Syrup of Figs possesses this great advantage over all other remedies, that it does not weaken the organs on which it acts and therefore it promotes a healthful con dition of the bowels and-assists one in forming regular habits. Among its many excellent qualities may be mentioned its perfect safety, in all cases requiring a laxative, even for the babe, or its mother, the maiden, or the wife, the invalid, or the robust man. Syrup of Figs is well known to be a combination of the laxative principles of plants, which act most beneficially, with pleasant aromatic liquids and the juice of figs, agreeable and refreshing to the taste and acceptable to the system, when its gentle cleansing is desired. The quality of Syrup of Figs is due not only to the excellence of the combination, but also to the original method of manufacture which ensures perfect purity and uniformity of product and it is therefore all important, in. buying, in order to get its beneficial effects, to note the full name of the Company—California Fig Syrup Co.—printed on the front of every package. organs in a ■ m (mform|Ï<î 5 yrup(<l y San Francisco. Cal. Louisville. Ky. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. New York, N. Y. PRICE FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE. paaasgmoiBi rm; » , ■ • : -V. . ^ Admiral Schley is to be the guest of tlie Maryland society of Chicago at an entertainment in his honor during this month. Time proves all things. It has seen Wizard Oil cure pain for over forty years. Many people know this. John W. Reese, formerly a New York salesman, has returned home from Klondike a rich man, after being mourned for dead. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES color more goods, perpackage.thanany other. Sold by druggists, 10c. per package. Smallpox is breaking out in a num ber of Kansas towns. <s * *» *• < • . > • * mm IN « » A Disabled Man I Is certainly not in It, and M Sprains and Bruises disable, but this is where ■ St. Jacobs Oil - > comes in for a prompt, sup» It Conquers Pain Price, 25c. and 50c. •OLD BT ALL DEALERS IN MEDICINE. Wonderful Collection of Birds. Mrs. Henry Wells Terry, a resident of Babylon, L. I., has one of the most complete and valuable collections ot birds In America, which she inherited from her father, J. C. Knoess, an orni thologist, known all over the world for bis knowledge on this subject. New York's Extinct Volcano. A Harvard professor has discovered what he considers the remains of extinct volcano at Schuylenrille, N. Y. a small country place already famous In American historv. an Consistent Melancholy Her Ideal. A Quakeress of revolutionary times, Ann Whitall, kept a little diary or book of "meditations," as she quaintly phrased it. She was a very earnest and devout woman, full of good works, but like many of later date, she re garded consistent melancholy as her Ideal of conduct She writes In her diary: "I often thinks if 1 could be so fixt as never to laugh nor to smll I shud be won step better; It fils me with sorrow when I gee people so ful of laf and of orate." Aside from Senator Hanna's "Wil liam McKinley as I Knew Him," tbe January "National" is a strong and at tractive Dumber. A new and moat kindly portrait of Senator Hanna adorns tbe cover and smiles benevo lently at the reader from tbe first page of "Affairs at Washington." ■ . I Sauer's Rape gives Rich, ^ SPELTZ— . What Is itl rW Cat*;««* tells. Foods* FARM „ SEEDS , tef BALZER'S SEEDS NEVER FAIX! NS ion j j 1,000,000 Customers Proudest rocord of a-y «red.tman on earth, are reach'n* out for more. We and hence and yet desire, by July 1st. *> 0,000 m this unprecedented offer. ; $10 WORTH FOR 10c We trill mail upon receipt of 10c in atainpe our great e*talo<n*e, worth * 100.00 to any Wide awake fanner or «ardener. to- J pother with many farm seed samples, positively worth iio.oo to pet a w start with, upon receipt of but l^lOc In atampa. S5 pkgs. ft iMs. earliest vegetable w »end thte Catalog alone, 6c. ».IV With Ifj Send at 10c to Salzer. We Treat and Cure I*A* CATARRH. Bronchitis, Neural***. Heart Di. * ^ L -*" 1 . Dyspepsie.. Skin Disease, Blood Disease. Rheumatism, Mslsris, Nervous Disea.se». Kidney Diseases, Female Complaints, In* somrvia. Dysentery. Paralysis. Rickets, Scrofula, Consumption in First Stages, Liver Diseases, Diseases of the Bowels. <s Vl \ Home Treatment Cure j. Write for Lift Conjugation WEAK MEN If you suffer from any of the weaknesses or diseases caused by ignorance, excess tagion—YOU ARK THE VERY PERSON WE WANT TO TALK TO. We bave proved our skill in curing all CHRONIC diseases by publishing thousands of voluntary testimonials of home people, giving names, pictures and addresses. WE CAN'T PUBLISH OUR CURES IN PRIVATE DISEASES Beeanse it would betray confidence. Hence we have to prove our skill in this class of troubles in another way. This is our plan: I r< li or person. OR WRITE. to prove our in another way. This is our plan: Office Hours: 9 a m. to 4 p. m.; evenings 7 to 8; Sundays and Holidays 10 to U. LYON BLOCK. 66 West 2nd So. SU SALT LAKE CITY. DBS. SHORES & SHORES. Exoert Specialists. Beet Cough Byron» Taste» Good. U»C In time. Sold by dr ■aagHsaa E THE HANDSOMEST CALENDAR of the season (In ten colors) six beau tiful heads (on six sheets, 10x12 Inch es), reproductions of paintings by Moran, issued by General Passenger Department, Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul Railway, will be sent on receipt of twenty-five cents. Address F. A. Miller, General Passenger Agent, Chi cago. Practically every business building In Catoosa, I. T„ has been destroyed by fire. AlCH •M ' • R -, « CAW,,, PRICE. 25c. CAPSICUM VASELINE ( PUT OP IS COLLAPSIBLE TCBES ) A substitute for and superior to mustard or any other plaster, and will not blister the nvat delicate skin. Tbe pain-allaying and curative qualities of thisartide are wonder ful. It wiU stop tbe toothache at once, and relieve headache and sciatica. We recom mend it as the best and safest external counter-irritant known, also as an external remedy for pains in the chest and stomach and all rheumatic, neuralgic and gouty oom Ï ilalnts. A trial will prove what we claim or it. and it will be found to be invaluable in the household. Many people say "it is the best of all of your preparations." Price is cents, at all druggists or other dealers, or by sending this amount to us In postage stamps we will send you a tube by malL No article should be accepted by the public unless the same carries genuine. w î a bel, a* otherwise it is not CHESEBROUGH MFC. CO., 17 State Street, New York City. 6c. Conjugation Tree. Pay When Cured We cure you first and then ask a REASON ABLE FJEE when you are cured. Y pend upon our word: any bank in Utah will endorse it: thousands of patients have endorsed ua. NOW WE WANT TO CURE YOU—with the distinct understanding that we will not de mand a FEE until we cure you. We cure LOST MANHOOD. Seminal Weakness. Spermator rhoea. Gonorrhoea. Syphilis and all weaknesses of men. We absolutely cure Vartooceleor it don't cost you a penny. Consultation and advice FREE, by letter or in person. CALL OR WRITE. can de PENSION BICKFORD, Washington. I>. C-. they ■ ■ will r«c«ira uuick replie». B. 5th N.H.V 0 I* Staff axh Corps. Prosecktin« Claims slate 1878 IF W. N. U.. 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