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A FATALITY AVOIDED.
(Tram tka DBXsoiret. rinahea, 14.) WW neuralgia to accooipaaled by a doll, beeey pain hw th heart, frsqoetitly ' baaiming la Mom, It mow all 7 Urmia alas fatally. Mre. Nancy Flvan, wbollvae naar tciteben, Indiana, eurvtt a4 taeb aa attack 1 end bee dle to worth heeding "U Use (all of 'W, aha aald. "1 lag an to to have trouble with my heart. There was sharp P' ,D "" bceeal whlrk became rapidly worse. The doctor waapasaled end pjt me oader tha Indue ore of ocplalae Tfeeeesherp attacks followed oaeaBetberat latere ala, and 1 baoaina week and bad a haggard look. I a constantly la pain seldom alep and bad ou appall la. "At tka and of two yaara I waa confined to my con. k awt of tka tlma aud Iba doctors agreed that my death waa only a mattar of a abort lima "Una day 1 Bot 1. l In a Daw .paper an Itam about a wo mil kaving barn rmad of neuralgia of tka bart bv lr Wllllama Lt... k. I' ll v I W 111 I 11 U-for Ptlt " " I'aopla, aad I innclieled to try thru Wbea I bail Unlabel Ml hot I but icad an luv 1 riifii 1 f In A uUm Ttma, mroo.iition. BBat whan I bad takrn twelve Uiaa I waa emu) lately 1 11 red. Tkoaa pllll kaa dooa tor you what we meld not do,' aald oaa o' n.r iihv.i, Ian. 'tliry bava aavrdyoBrllfe That waa two yaara ago aud my brert has hi, 1 troubled ma IBe I believe I owe y lifato Ilr Wllllama I'inb fill- forfait People and I taka pleasure lu tailing other, bout Irises." Among tha manv form of neuralgia ara kaila ha nervuii'tieaa , pnralv.i. a.plsxv aad ba omotnr alalia, hoiuaof thaaa wat c BBaatcavcred lm orIJ until I'r William Fink Pill, for Pela People warr formulated Tolav tlm canda tratlfy to kavlng tiara eared of MM b duraaaa by thaaa p,IU. Uucton frrnautiv pi ribe tbam and til druggists tail them. It li grol thing that tha law dla- flajaliX)ing ex confederate from bold "Bfl positions la tbe 1'olted Stataa ar- y MM markad off the books Tht rs tnoval of the disqualification gives ui PHlbugh Lgg and J sp'. Wheeler, gad they ara needed In tbli emergency Jus tice it wail, but Justice tempered with erey ) better And tha furthar we get from those four yaara of civil war tba katlar ll ibat w didn't bang oy persons of our own flh and blood 'or lighting for their oplnloni And ttey t'" aayr do any rebelling gala. Try Allan a root rata. A powder to be shaken into the hoc. At tbli mmn your fact feci swollen, nervous aud hot. and get tlrr.l easily. If yot have smarting fret or tight hoc, try Allen' Knot -Kate. II roolt the feet and makea walking eaty. Curei swollen and sweating feel, blls ' tart and ralloui spot Relieves corns yabd bunions of all pain and glvea rert 1 aad cBBtfort. Try It today. Sold by a!) druggtoti aad abue Korea fur :5c Trial paikage free. Addrra Alleu It. .::.':. Ia Hoy. N. Y. According to the In llan Engtnear tha merrbtnt marina of Japan haa In ereaaed aln e the t'btneae-Japanaae war from 1(9.000 tB 400(100 tnna f ateam ahlpplng. Llnea ara now organized tailing from the hlef porta of Japan to China, India. Europe. America anl Aaatrtllt Thta growth follows a change from an tgrirulturtl to a man ufacturing nation In HT2 Japan only iported manufactured trt'c tn tb Talua of l&OO.uOO, la 1IM atporta of this rto'l amounted la I4S.000.000, or 40 par cast, of her total eiporta. IVMUM EXC(IMIO!( It iTKaV After Jinn- la) tka santii ft n wM will 1 1 i lruralog ll. k. t. lu nil pmi i'.'! KiiiiniH'r rriMirir North. Knat mid Ufc a uri-;tt ly ! lm 1 .1 t;ii. . I Or "atfckiil.iiB - i t 1 Ui-t ui v. up, WHEN SPAIN (JAVEIN. AMPIN WALL CASK AND CAST A'8 POLICY SA. ' 1 -J t'nitad Itataa lalatar. Tba curt, da rtarre reply of laariUry nak akawa taat tba patlaaoa of tha Patted Btataa run rnuiaot waa at .a ezaaoated It waa "imply Make demand'" The order waa rarrleal eat asd after aaarly thraa months of dalay and evaalona on the part of the (taaalab go ram man t. the Coloaol IJoyd Atplawall aallad la freedom from Havana bar nor la the meantime the Pnlted fftataa go v em - mtaL strict la Ita obasrvaare of inter- Kansas City BUr Thirty yeara ago. national law. bad captured all agpe In 1101. r pain and the Palled Sutes dltloni sent by Amer'rana toward were on the verge of war The atrug- I Cuba and agalnat Hpanleh cruelty and Thraa Moaiha ml OlplaMay Thai ita Uaa with Maa aag Bablarlugaa I hararlarUllr of law I'aatlltsae A Uawaaad Thai BSaaai alaalaaaa. LAST FOUR LEAGUES. 1 It wat fondown la flaata Roaalla The rainy aeaaoa waa 00 la Cuba, aud low, rumbling thunder had baea haard all tba after noon That la tbajjaa.p who lived la the little 1 luster . palm j r.ing etrtklag the tall 'palate reals'' I batched bouses called Raata' Roaalla cauaed Uada many tlmae to ahy aad thought It was thunder. Aad ao It waa alavost bolt tha roel hut tha brave llt- denger, aaOfcg daaated hat- ad aioaa. sh urged her boraa over tba road at a pace which would have made "ncef girts tremble with faar Not erD whea aa hoar later tha tropical norm broke tn all lu fury around her did she keettate. Light- AN OLD BULLY, People who live in fear of bis attacks. How to avoid him or beat him off. of tt rir 1 "V: tared that a2 an,j lab. ,.rV iry (m ; .. . lniuLrtl B.., or i ...ia . ..11 ir Oraii .r fmL" n.i -t vt Ar wawawaaaa,,,. aWawc 1 ntsWa.l - T- 1 1 anurr wag a nBfayL-aa Jajjanwgpm- a I'ar r lirnara tad tlksral eeauelaatoes rrfiif.it tha rekrnr ilia. irnin pnni k-r.lH r unil.i. tht in tSf "aid Mfg Te liiwarV'lty,,,Ta'ik ,',B' waaa) aha kdawraasemassai Tag II aajoy tlii pulillraiion much 1 "' r f get into the iMlili of fading Iba ailvcrilsrinant: they wli ksTord it Bjaaf lataraatlag iiniy gad iil put aaajj i0 Hie way of fjattlga some eti-ell.-ni Imrgains. Our ayjrtr. -i n IN rcl .ilile. lUcy BfgaJ what Ibej atltiii.se. Itrauu in,... 1 lirr,. flraa bli.-l 111 an s stogg k a ' allheal H taaeareai Oaadycataar ktoadaad in'pi M clean, br m ma laj liver aad drtviag an latatrit ihr l-.li li.4 a no la in baa o be ll, bb.lrhee, klartkaads, anl ' 1 kllleaj raasptoalea to laaing 1 ai beta!) 1. 11 tea eeata All iiuagim, . . . hi Sh. ier If .1'iairtnTis inlaw were l!i' lr tVoiilil In- Ivnn I'i'nMtiriv gajdagat) lbM rinurnrv writes "t can wtih t mil- I lift MufTrtl'a IKklltii Terthlag I'nwilrrai aa Ike tt atol attest urdiiiBi I ever a Id lor Teething 1 bllilnn nd the Ituarl dtoordait of our Southern ii.iiin Iiiiiiim tlda Digisilnn II. j. a 1 11 II. ... an.i inukcs irribing Raav If weal girl gradtuitad bloom in tin- la f y 11 "ii' li of .lime. atra TTtaalow' sofiibing .irni 1 . iaa teefkiag.tortt aiKa au rriibia. Inlim lm . :!) miu, vaan wind, :i . ii ivtin bum. IttrSTtn MVtf iiakf at Um lglit of lift glea of Cuba for Indepeauence and Spanish conduct toward an Amernan ship were then, is now, tbr thorns In the flesh of the Amerlrsn people The rapture of tba American ship Colonel Movd Asplnwall hy a Span lab man-of-war led to an International dtapuie which but for the final sur render of Spain, would have eiploded the shells of actual warfare between 1 t deaerwd the republic and the monarchy. The mi blent of the Asplnwall brought out the unt hanged national disposition of Spain that of pro. riatlnatlon and tin tha timbrra warranted delay In Us dealing with the I Pnlted Statee The Colonel Uoyd At- I plnwall owned by a New York firm, had arrived within five miles of I ta rama on January 31. ISM. on Ita Jour nay from Port -an Prince, when the Harnan fortes, a Spanish man-of-war. breugh: the Amerbsn to a standstill With a shot arroat Ita bow and sent a force of armed man aboard In tplte of the pmtiiet of Captain Mif'nrty of the Amerban skip that bd bore dle pati lies to Ra ir Admiral Poor g the North Atlantic aguadri 11. tnd In the ftce of IswQart ' afflclaJ passports and letters tha Hpanleh captain kept the armed forte uboaril the Aapinwall for atx days, and then when M'Ctrty re fused to sail for Havana under Span ish orders the Asplnwall was towed, bar crew still captive Into the harbor of Cuba's lapital under the shadow of Morro laatle There was a whole day't delay before the captain of the Arnerl ran ship waa allowed to send his dis patches atbore to ihe American con sul general Not until February 13, twenty-thrre flajrg after the capture was Captcln UcCarty permittee) to hold a conference with tha American eaa tul. and so dilatory were th tartlet of the Spanish thai th I'nl'ed States gov. ernment did not learn of the capture by a foreign power of an American ship upon the h'.gh teas until Febru ary If, twenty -all days after the oc currenie Af'er two davs. Secretary Flth of the state depar'ment tele graphed to the consul genrrtl In Cuba ' Report particulars, and If seised on the high seas d-'nand release." On February 2( Captain McCartv filed hit formal proteet with the authorities of Spain Then followed a period of tn etruaable delay Spain appearad tn Ig nore thr protest of tbr Pulled Statee. Meanwhile Spanish aYwastf and out tagtt floiirihad uni his ked In revolt! tlontd Cuba. The Pnlted States gov ernment with (lereral (irant at Ita bead, rigidly enforced it. laws agalnat flllhustering This 'urhr.g of tba American tvmpathv fur the i-bpreeaed waa an uapopuiar MMM of the ad ministration, but still tha Spaniards delayed A telegram was at last iwnt by the secretary of attte to Pnlted State Minister Slrblr at Madrid, au thoring bim to make an official de niand fu- the releaae of the pina.il. March .'. Spain replied after more de lay that the ship was under the -on trol of tbe admiralty c ourt ut h.ivana. tnd could only lie MlgMM bv that liody The Pnlted Stit rt I w. M dematil Spain again replied that thr ship had hi-en eelied , ., .usplrlnn taat she was landing orms in Ci and was thuefore a subjsci: prlie coiitt Secretary ' Suppose rhe had her for ijis nar in More delav It waa r part of fj,, 1. I Oram ...1. ... -j m ef- . mmm, . u , rif w fin li.nl cl U1.1.1 ., 1 n wm 1 ,, n aiinivicr - - I cWTaaraphed -The presfent It not ntltfled with 'his long delay " This aa thr frst intimation that the tnltcl Ki(M a t,,,,,n.in offended ha Wlb .. ---- c .-I'iiiii. circiriRi ; srlike spirit roil. , Me pro , the cabinet that an armed lie sent on boanl of the Spanish gate then in dn k In New Vo-k har ciou allien ait miKbl lave lm n the "atnrlny of hoatilities Minister 'r",,'e. rh rem wed his protests with "paniai. pren-ler Saga'a twho It t tt the Bjin, f the Ipaalab ship of slatal w.. . . ' .. agam put on w. Ita lBe.,,i.,, aeaaa that ,be ,.,., , wiMmmy , " mmmmmmmtmn in the prise c- I'nde Kam then m,Biiiew turn, which would aa" bet"" 'he con Hie I had not SoaW surrendered in the end Minister ahet ti .11 Ihe Span Itrds that ee Cnllid Stataa would nut reognist i ' '"' '""rt which had bo Jurladl,on esceptmg in g alate of w,r The very positive information of Ihe Spanish minister that the gov ernment of the 1 nlted States would 1 construe the Jurladlctlon of a prlre , rnttrt In fh!t ctse at a declaration of , a ttate of war. thus according the Cubans their long-hoped for re.omil tlon of bccllgerenry, was .1 dil.inmn from which there waa only one escape, and thai waa hy an unconditional re ; lease of ihe vessel. This brought the Issue to a point, and Sagaata 'old the Pnlted Slates minister that orders for I tbe release of ihe Asplnwall would go at once lo Cuba Hither thin promise I wtt not carried out or the orders were Ignored it Havana, for tbe American ship iimtlnued a aptlve. Har men were prisoners In their own tjuartert. The caplain wis nut itllowel the prlv ! liege of wetting down tbe sides of the ' thlp. so that the weather boirdi of the Aiplnwnll dii-'d and warped In the hot ' southern un The cabinet n: Wiah I Ington grew Impatient The president I and half his nfltcUl advisers wanted to take affirmative anion that would have oppresalon. At the suggeatlon of Sec retary Fish the dispute for damage to this country was settlsd by arbitra tion. For daman and demurrage to tbe vessel Spain paid tla.4a In gold and to the crew H. 220 WltL gall" supreme, ".pain put In a bill for tow age, S1.400. of the captured abip Th demnnd received the prompt refuaal PROM BUCCANEER TO PIRATE ..r tha ..ell M acred the distant roar of Spanish artillery that came up from tbe a6utb One little cottage stood by the road side, soma dlatance apart from tbe others It waa tbe home of the Mori , radoa. The father. Joae. waa dead He had fallen a victim to the laat, the "ten years' " war. Three sons were left to tarry on the fight and they were then with Hrigadler IOpet Redo Only mother and Rmilla. the slater a little girl of 12 yaara. were left at home to watch snd pray to Ood to aid the Cu bans tn their struggle for liberty Suddenly the noise of clattering hoofs fame from the southwest. The still j Bight air bore tbe unmistakable Bound j with distinctness In an Instant every ! bead was at the own door Nearer Aaalnal Star Siilcc. Mr Frank R Stockton continues la I nd B,rrr rmm lloplng rider . age ' ST c lean- cr.ag sp 1 Im-B IUc ! 11 aaaJf 'lllll, . i:a.' St Nicholas his series of narrative Iketeheg of "The Hucraneera of Our Coeat ' In the May number Mr Stockton says- The buccaneers had grown to be reckless freebooters And when they hcmmr soldiers and march ed in Utile armiea. the patience of the clvlliged world began to weaken. Pan ama, for Instance, waa an important Spanish city; Kngland was tt peace with Spalni therefore, when a military force composed mainly f Kngllahmen and led by a Hrltlsh subject, captured and sacked Panama, if Kngland should not Interfere with her buccaneers aba would have a quarrel to eettle with Spain So a new governor waa sent to Jamaica with strict orders to put down the huccaneera and to break up their oigaalaetlon and then it waa he sat a thief to catch thieves and empowered tbe W jdritl Morgan, to execute his former at tnrades. But mth Js of out-Illation, as well aa tbraata of pun ishment, were used to Induce the buc- enters to give up tbelr Illegal railing, snd liberal offers were ir.,)a to them to settle In Jamaica and become law abiding citlcns Riil these offera did not tempt the Brothers of the Coast, from active pirates to retired pirates 1 wtt too great a cbanga. aad though I tome of tbeni returned to their original avocations of Cattle butchering and beef drying, aome. It la aald, rhoaa rather to live among tha wild Indians ! and thara tbelr Independent Uvea, ! than to bind themselveg to any form of honest Industry. Tbe French also I had been active In suppressing tbe op eritions of tbelr bimaneeri. tnd toon tha Brethren of the deal, considered as tn orgtnltatlon for preying upon tbe commerce and settlers of Spain, might be said to have ceased to eitet But it must not he supposed that be cause bin sneering had died out that , piracy waa dead Driven fiom Jamaica, from San Domingo and even from Tor tugt. they retained a resting place only at New Pravldenie, an Island In tbt Bahamas and thla they did not main tain very long Then tbey spread thsmaelvea all over tbe watery world , They were no longer buccaneers, they were no longer "Brothers" of any sort, they no longer set out merely against Spaniards but their attacks wer made upon people ,f every nation Thty con I fined themselves to attacks upon peace able merchant veaaela. often Hem and then sruttllng th ed with the spertaclt all lit crew, a set. rn ch chang 1 .is oV the Brothers of rhe uireggYr united Ly any ' -STwehlb Nut each nlrate ng independently in hit bed way. were omtng up from MANNERS OUTSIDE THE NAVY III. I ea llng Have l.lltle Unpen t tmw l.aml l.ubbar's Itays. From tin a Mtn-of-War " The or dinary seaman's respect for rank and ststlon when not ronne ted with hit beloved vessel Is decidedly meagi-r When the president ut the Pnlted Statea visits one of oar men of-war he 1. elred st the gsngwar r the ad n.lral. 1 otnmaudltig ewteer. and all of 1 he ..HI, ers of ihe ap. "1 full uniform .. ai for inspection. th roanacf"r'1 ''"an up with the band ,ae quarter neck, the national flag layed at the main, the drummer four ruffles the band plays tba national tlr. and a salute of twentv one guna Is fired. Th. aame ceremouy also takes plare on hla leaving. On one occasion the president visited one of ihe ships Informslly. dispensing with the salute and ceremony, warn one of 'be men rather ladignatitly asked in other who that lubber wat on the quarterdeck that didn't "duuae his pcik to the commodore "Choke your luff, will you." was the reply "that s MM . resident of the Pnlted States "Wtlll ain't hr got manners enough to salute the quarterdeck If he Is" M.nitiers! What does he know gbeut manners? I don't siippoae he was He waa alone Hla horse waa covered with foam and panting ilka a tired kound Pp to tbe little gate of tbe Monrado cottage be staggered, and then bis rider reeled and almost fell Into tbe arms of bis mother. "My God' Hafael. you are wounded my boy -" "It It no matter. 1 cm atill ride Tbe battle of Saratoga to raging I am on my way to Colonel Pent He does not know of It. We need him tnd hit cav alry. Help m to a fresh horse and I'll catch Pena at Santa Lucta tonight I matt " The poor fel'ow never finished the sentence H had fainted The irmt of tender wo;: c.n here him Into the house P. - little Kmillt followed, tbe terrs streaming from her eyes She watched them draw off tbe riding hoots filled with her brother's blood She hrougbt aster to moisten his rrm 1hrrr ,u ,( ,mm mtt parrn d lips She saw tbe ugly wouna tie rider held on and never looaenad rein until In sight of Pena s rampfires "Qulea va! suddenly called out tbe pi'ket "Cuba!" answered the brave little girl. She relaed up her panting steed. "Adelante una'" ordered the guard, and Emilia pale. wet. and dripping, rode forward "Caramba! It la a child. Who art youT What do you want" "I am Emilia Mom ado I want to tall Colonel Pena that there Is a battle st Saratoga. General Gomel has only fV men against over 2 Spaniard!, and he needa help." A few minutea later almost fainting with fatigue and nervous strain she was borne Into tbe presence of Pena "Otos mlo'" he etrlaimed aa he list ened to ber story tnd tbtn gave the signal for hla command ti mount. "You poor little thing, you should be sbed snd asleep " Wrapping h.s coat around her little, tumbling, wet form, he pimped Into his saddle at d had an officer psaa the child up to Um The order MM given to march, and In his irmt 'he fighting rn.onei of Camaguay carried the llttla heroin bach to hat home m Rosalia. "Take her." he said, ts he bsnded her our u, .ytr l.alf iraied mother "She brought us the news. I'll speak cf ber to 1 lereral Gomez. She dseBTTBg tba rack of a major general She has saved her brother's life, and her brave deed may win the day at Puntoga." Omaha Bee If witiaataeee Iset th batty at tka bed? 1 Ihaai te be atwsas reliable. Tbey ara laae aawhatis' Whea aaca billecaasess arts liable to ihm than at Bar ssftinm i4 tha appar haad yoa Aea't 4ste aay year sithaagh nfd Is settee, they str tteisegB eaeca is roar owa owe 1 yew ears eat : la awetaiiee Tara ara tka brat taenia rva 1 ncdicoi 'a cocriaii-.a Thr ara tha br laai that dish says bllleaaweaa. or yee ll sac physic last aa be had. fBTSa J Pint, what I II da4 Yea laha tha darr aad yea 1 Back port. Taaaa do sae ar rataar lri in wngni 01 isr ' -B VT j. v. die t I sacf iharoaakly issted Ihaai oiiio sad cars for bllioa bailer's lfrssr Th rrgalsr scha. bad aa Tba eyas ache, set a but with sn sarcttivc teiag bored by a givlri trrmbirt with aautrs Is tick and ita ara scores of I so aadar the louccaraa that tha stomach Tha whola haad - Hs.iag aaad Or J f. A.rr rills years aad ihoieaahlp tested thra hath aa a pir.rnn.r aad care lor Mllaasaisa, I caa trataially say that I brlir.a thr I be the bast ssrdictaa lev Iba perpaaa aad -r.ey c, a,i mil c icjime, l.f Jo. K KoLS.Shsrk.Ark.. tkcm -- ol tfr os TharCa ao seed r . C. Aytr s P. lis isarM. A NOT UNUSUAL EXPERIENCE -I In his hip anl murmured through her gritting teeth "Bad Spaniards' Bad Spaniards! They will kill us all yet!" And then ber brother's eyes opened The cold water had revived him He tried to move, but only groaned In agony Once more h- strove to rise. "Mother some mc. help me to my feet' I must go on 1 must go on I have ridden slgteen leagues since morning There are only four more to Santa IrMtf, and to Pena We muat IMW him ' And with a mighty effort he rose to his feet Then be wavered tears of helplessness 1 ame Into hla ' yea. and he sank bar k on tba bad with a sob of anguish. "To think that I should go so near o tbe end of my Journey and. then fall!" L "How were yon wounded, my how" Twas near El Deamayo latef this afternoon I had (hanged hnrdftt tt I Vlnda an hour before, guddjjrnly I ran Into a body of Spanish gurlclo from San Miguel. 1 could not ngvV them, there were too many, so I took up u ravine toward Isldro They fired five volleys after me and gave chase They knew I bora a comn.iss llnow Ihs tturdo cf 11, r BBjdBBBBM Airs. From the Washington Poet There waa a meeting of a lertalo women's society a night or two ago. and patri otic enthusiasm ran high The spirit of music awoke la somebody breast, and that somebody began to sing that moat unilngal le of national airs the "Star Spangled liai. .er It went brave ly along for tbe fltt verse witb only a i rai k or two on tbe roc ket's red glare. ' The leadlr.g spirit began tbe srrobd veise. Some of the women sang tra-la-la-ll." and aome 1 dum dea. dee-dee " but they all 1 a ma out ttrong on the refrain Then there was a pause Go on. said aomeliody. The leading spirit grew red tn the fj.e "How does it Ivegln?' b asked Ev erybody looked at everybody . Ie and then everybody blushed, for nobody In all the gathering kt.ew aby mure of the song Bllleaseeea to la fractal bat a cyaipchsai -ol a mors stabbera dtsordar. cocascflwatans. Coasnpatioa la the root ol aiasoat all phya Icat avila, aad Dr J C. Ayara Pills care a I moat all thaaa physical ems hy goiag te tha root. Tbey core coaatcpaiioo aed Ike "For flflrae aaars I karr aaad Dr T C oasaqarol slsdlrs I 1I1. ..sews hesrt. Ayar s Pills and had Ihm .tra aflrctira SalptUstlaa shertacaa ol breath, la all kiads ol biltoas cowplalets Thar I eleepleaaseas aarraoa Irritability, beat ara asild la operstioa aad rasr to tskr 1 brasth coaled loagar aad a acora of other prater thaa 10 aay other pift, aad hart 'eteble aaladias that hara ihalr oiigia yet to sec thr cssr .hrtc they Bars failed ' toaatlpatloa. Dr Avar's cTUle are IBe iocair -A Bassets Tosrkana Ark rest aad salaal irairdy lor all dlsrssas . ef Ihe llraf . sioiasch. aad bewrls. Bead I hare ased Dr J C Ayefa Pills la lor Dr Aytr s 1 urebooh aad lead thr eery tcco cl loliotisncit sad gracral disorders I of cares (old by Iba cared, gree. Add rasa el tka itcaek aad bowafa aad bare laaad tha J. C Ay area, 'awotl. Maaa. HSSwa a 1 i A Beautiful Present Free For a frw months to all users of 'he BtMsMbBj ELASnC STABCR fFlat Iron Brand . To induce you to try 'his triad ol I'dixh. so that you may find out for youncJ 'bat tU claims for i's superv en'y and ccenomy arc true, the makers have had prepared, at (rest cipense, a acnes cl 'hrtc Game Plaques elect reproductions ol the VC.00C originals ty Muvi to. which will at given you ABSOLUTELY FPEE ty yourgrectr on conditions named below. These. r.aquctarc 4C inches in eirruinfcreoce, arc free of aay sugget'ioo, ol advcriaiog whs-eve-, aad will ornament 'he moat elegant apartment. No aunubcuring ccacern ever before gave sway such valuable prcscn's to its customers. They are net lor sale at any peice, and can be obtained only in the manner specified. Tba subjects srti AMERICAN WILD DUCKS. AMERICAN PHEASANT. ENGLISH n. ML. ENGLISH SNIPE. The birds arc handsome. y cm coated aod stand out oeturai as liic. Each Plaqua to bordered wi'n a band of gold. HOW TO GET THEM. Ail pirt-Ux t "fet.t (JharktaW 1 ron Mrma mrm il Ul fr" your urocer tvery (inxif Kccpt Elvtk SUrth. To am 4Ut. 11. offtr 1 for tbort time mli Elastic Starch has keen the t'jodard for 25 yean. TWENTY-TWO MILLION pack ages cl this brand were sold taat year. That's how good it it. Ask Your Dealer to shew you the PUcwuca aad tell ycu about Elastic Starch. Acceatl aaBWBBWBBBWaVW' .aaBBBBBT fm .r-m m , Wc-SSH 1 T w. .aBBBBBBBBSr tftkW awh ' i ' J .aaBBaWaaBwaBWaBwaBBBW- ae aB ' ' a aa. 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I nde ito the children, who have Just had a iloae of coilllver oil all iirnunill "Well, do you like codllver all'" t'hllilren "Oh. no; out mamma glree us five tents for every spoonful I'nde And then ilo vnu buy aome thing nl e" Qfctswfag Nu. mamnici puts It into the savings hank " DM le "Aud then you buy something hy anil by' Chtluien No. inaniniii buvs mure c oclllver nil with II." tcelieve Hm't l ure Is the only meril I bat will curs ronsiiBiiitlin Anna IKuss, Williannport, Pa., Nov. 12,'Vtt. taliiahlr BWBWt The Um hean of Nnrthuml erlaml brought a n his. Hut one more mas- "haw I which formirlv helonged age was sent lo Spain by the aei re tary of sinte. If Immediate gallon was not taken bv the .Spanish government, he said, this government (the I nltecl States) would consider the prufirl' : ' of resorting, to the policy of reprisals " Even Ibis did not bring the dtlnifM Rpsnliirils to irtlon. fleneml SlcklcV wns told to aik in expinnnilon of tbe' TH a Z 7 .i-e lBltb promise to ralataa the Asnln- I pmmt ivnii.,11, is w..!.y of wall tfmm 1;it( i lh( JJJ which M:i BkwIaOd had ,; '. , I c. goitn Informed Hloklen April ll thai on the day before iirll 11. he had nr. dered the icleuse ol the Ai.i.-ilc.m ship on receiving u formal demand. Hhs I luakc :hls daaa&d?" teligraphtd rnly of Imlt mul imtli'iiiv aro u-- I It. ( Iter I cinal l)MSt Icill I ....... i ksl'ssrarets I ancly I slhsrllo. inn. nriVt i. lau 10 curr, ; i. ,i i ...... I m hi.. ll 1 1 UTTKHMII.K TUIUcfT KOAP he akin soft, white and healthy 10 i narirs a hi i runic i.nn m. mm ufnctiiinl from thr fur of Persian cats Many thousamls of cats' skins were limited, and the weaving nri'tipled aome years The shawl measured eight yards square, but ll la so bat ihat n can he compie-sed In the snai of ,i lai g- offee cup. "VOf MIK WtllMiKD" horse was fleet and strong and I got way. tut carried with ma one of their rlflebtllt I tore off parts of my sleeve and pinked them In thr wound, hut It atlll hies. I'm better now. I'm rested. I'll go os," and again he tried to ge on his feet "Rafael my hoy. It la Impose:- you are weak You . annot rldr the motion of the horse will cause u to bleed to death Ouldu must go Km . lit. tall him to saddle a free horse tnd get rrsdv to ride to Sana Lucia " Emilia started toward th' ""'. but ber brother ralaed hit ham'" proteet "Ouldo is nnly a half arfj He might start for Santa t.orla. 4 l would never find his way tn I drk. Even If he reached the plirea would forget whom he wanted to r Hut there It ao "f-tr. in Ro salia.' pleaded the anther True' Thereto I must go wnuml or no wound. irnllls tell tluldo to ssditle t horse sad bring It to the gate quickly We a rBwiM time "Flrether. w ran t let you go I'll never ass yet again," and the poor ihlld hurled her heud on her brother's neck That, suddenly rising, she e ilalmed h why was I not t man' BVatl I'ena oust go to heli tioniei " tTirn lng. ie klaaed her Ircilors forebea I end hurried out to the siahles Soon Ihe quirk gallop of a horse wis beard approaching the house. Hut It did not stop at the gate. On It 'ed In the dl . rrrtlon of Santa Luclt A moment 'iter Ouldo, the half-witted black bw) wandered aimlessly Int" the room "Where Is the horse, where It Emi lia?" inquired her brother "(lone'" n plled the boy "flotie Where" iame from all ' present. "I dun know, Sha said rrmethln' 'bout Dt. l.ttrla. jumped on Linda's b.nrk. ami looks m me as how she's gone." past .11 in greater or less numlers aa hla means and ronvenier.. jenolfed He found them profitable, and gjtl to have about tbe plare. There la nothing mi r desirable aa a change from wlntrr caWt than spring lamb snd all thrcgh the summer these yoimg'lngs . iJ Into use and the entire flork war source of Income, small, perhaps, bat generally sure, to the owner. r Now one ma make a day s Journey throueh ttmad any thickly settled country wtaont se-ing ehaep and 1 there are rstnv rhlldrrn old enough to j atk queataaa who do not even know what thy -. Thcrrlnrlpal cauae of the absence of thla valuable auvlllary to the farm It j thegretence of Innumerable untrained i daa that scour the country aad make we Keeping of abeep next d.ior to an ampoaslhlllty These troublesome ani mals tietome verv shrewd and crafty. They have been known to watch until quite certain that no one waa within 1 eyeabot or earshot, then suddenly spring upon a sheep or Ismh and kill It almost Instsatly A faint bleat from tbe victim and a rapid scurrying away of the remainder of the flock are the only alarm that these timid creatures can give Efforts have l.een made ti MAY PROVE A FOUL BAI . IF SHE US SAPOLI TINY HOUSES. A moat curious Insect Is the tree orUcella. It does not Pu'ld a bouse, but Instead, with Hi fellows, builds up a sort nf tree wl:h waving branches from whb-h the jnsecta hang like flow em. swaying hick and forth la their gay colon of green and yellow 1 he nimt mtgnlflcent r.alire built by man for dwelling plicea sink into Insignificance when compared with some of the houses constituted by In sects. An Interesting example is tbe brlrkmaker. who lavs bricks with the kill of a mason, making a house of ; tiny bricks or pellets laid regularly , and so evenly there are no chinks be tween them. It makes Its own brlekl nd layt them up with no help. These I brick housrs sre umially fastened to the leaf of some water plant. An insec! .ailed the floscule lives In a glass house which li often found broken by naturalists whether from the stonts of tome enemy or not ts un known. Tbe floscule has a long foot talk which it fastens to a water plant nd remains moored the rest of its life. ' a LZ ,a w ' ' vrT tensttlve. and at the slight- ber of dogs so that farmer, could keep ; ... . " sheep but the law wnm any exists. . -.h. " ' . " la a dead letter and or.c of thr most Important Industries In this country Is practically abandoned on thla account. The wealthy farmer who can keep i aretaki rs and dogs la guard bis flocks may do well with them, but the small farmer cannot afford such protection, and as It has come to that state of affairs when no guard no sheep is the rule, lie has no choice but to pass by a bra'.c h of business tbit would yield him I certxln. '.hough perhaps not very lurie. rrveni.e. ing Uben It emerges It seems to be O'm cif .incite st flr-t for there sre glut-like fllaraentt attached t- tg toned body which search for fund In the water which Is stowed beneath the b. In Is one'r tranipaient fn-. ISJUSTASCOODFOfll WARRANTED. PRK THE BEST PM FOR CHILLS AND" .1 iCl VLV. I hall A ralrlol VtU.ici.lrr.ttM.il. "When I think of the wrongs nar cfcffcmrv his siiffsred." said the orator ew I new he son too old t he dinftrd. v ii'oui aw ell), wi h liittla net o:i ' "Oh Is thai ll?" squeaked ihe man who didn't like him, "I thought It wnu your abut wasn't a fit," II. And so she was; the brave little Rmi lla. although not a soldier of Cuba, i had taken her brother's plire. She I hid gone to get Pena; to tell him that the flght between Oomer and the Span, lab (leneral rartellanos waejon at Sar atoga ind t Tint every Cuhnf In Cam , guey was needed. On the little heroine rtode In the darkness nf the nigh. ShjV had been horn ami talsed In the routwy, and she ii i the 'gflc-1. aaaa bar brolhet lift and Hangers from I at i n I aa. So many people aufftt from head aches, extreme laaaltude and dlslnilln atlon Is malicr any nu ntal effort, a con dition Which amount- to posttlva inert nee fill meillc-al men have be"n In vestigating the why BcM wherefore of this stste of things In order. If pos aibit . to And a reason, ami following that, i remedy for thla annoying and lata n aglng condltlitn Among other fa ts I rought to light. It ai pears f.at u. i.v ' . .. s. '."a .... I in ; iinfccrt are tia.valilr largely to the poisonous rffictf of gus of various acuta. Ordi nary Illuminating iias has. as Is well known, t hi properties that produie at ph.vviatton. and. even i hough the vic tims rr.av survive ihe accident of in- haling a large amount of gus. the head ai he. nausea and prostration following inch an experlrncr are distressing In the extreme. It Is often the case that people who live In houses lighted by gas suffer serious -ontequencea with out being ar of It. They do not In hale enough tn attract their attention, but the poisonous vapor slowly hut surely undermine their health, proe duces headaches. 'ingestion and a lotf ' 1 llln tiTT'!-l i"l ev lis anatlwrr t nut lal Rslea. Write I". J. Irlee. giuieral vnssenger getil Inlet rational iilnl Orent N.u tli trn rgWregaV Pnlellne. Tel.. for In- I formation regarding atinmier tour.st rates ll li.l routes to nil Hilnt. The I. i inl ti. Y It. It. iifTrrs uivr!or train ' seivlte to the North ami Masts After pounding the Sp.-inlth fleet it Manila till lbafl was little left to shoot , at, there tarr.t tbe o-der "Tbe Bring will ceare We will devote in hour to breakfast " T bat it a pretty good lot of vetetla to board with aa well aa to flght with. .i -1 Trt.w rata Thee was Hail I'atarrh I cire Is taken lutarnally. Price, iSe. Knjoy life ami do your duty under all r.i c lllii-tatic f. t' Gh; Mail HIIL rLIMSINS Cekowhia Chain Wheel. S75 Harlttrdt. . . 50 Vesettes M0 ft IS Pops Mfg. Co. rlartfntd, C ess Deal Tilnri isa mi Smtkt Yaa Lett Away l.c fan ti.tiaco ra.ili ana ture see. Ia mis nai . rail ft Ut' nrrvr aa'l vlgar, taka No-Teliae Ihawcin'U' aco ker. that iiissrs weak men 1 drtuig All .UU.-i-l IVS1V ci il laregaairn. l.c. I ll.a.viel all 1 .ainpi. ova onw hlerling Uaraad; la . Uhireguor seta Your father In law should las one of volit lies! frlellila. r ntir autwd "resu' irctlon on rntr.-we the hlttoiy Of tax - A l ath w,th t tlHVIO IU TTKUMII.K KO 1". i ug ami beueilcial. held averywhere A iiihii should love Ills wife better aa the v.aia roll by. DROP! ca.cra. Sat , I M ic.aliurul ll kkca A nu ualvi aril, like spell