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b Invites Consumption It weakens the delicate long tist-K deranges the digestive organs, ..a breaks down the general health. It often causes headache and di/ ness, impairs the taste, smell an hearing, and affects the voice. Being a constitutional disease it r> quires a constitutional remedy. Hood's Sarsaparsijct Radically and permanently cures. In usual liquid form or in chocolated tablet* known as Sarsatabs. 100 doues $ 1 . Prominent Men Present. Washington, D. C., Nov. 18.'—At the installation ot Kev. W. P. Thir.oUd president of Howard university, which institution is devoted principally to the advancement of the negro, Pres ident Roosevelt, British Ambassador James Bryce and Andrew Carnegie made speeches dealing principally with the negro question. The presi dent called attention to the many diffi culties encountered by the negro in his desire to get ahead in the world, but counseled him to march steadily ahead and overcome the difficulties one by one and that his reward would be equally great. Mr. Bryce and Mr. Carnegie spoke along similar lines. : i B Fraud Charged. New York, Nov. 18.—Charging that the president of the Jenkins Trust of Brooklyn borrowed illo instltution company gaily $567,000 from that and that evidence of civil and crim inal liability had been found In the Borough bank of Brooklyn as well, At General Jackson has startled torney financial circles by the obtaining of receivers for six suspended temporary banks and trust companies. ! 1 Ammonia Fumes Kill Fireman. Oakland. Cal., Nov. 19.—Fire broke out in Collins' drug store at Washing and Twelfth streets and caused $20,000 or $30,000 loss. Edward Brandt, killed, and several ton Don't be forever hounding and spy Ing—they are alike detestable. a fireman, was other firemen were almost overcome with ammonia fumes. Taft Not to See Kaiser. Berlin, Nov. 20.—Secretary Taft has definitely and finally decided not to visit Emperor William. 'Trur-ii'-'r ■ Mij Hair is xtra Long H kx j j Feed your hair ; nourish it ; give it something to live on. Then it will stop falliflg, and will grow long and heavy. Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only genuine buy. It gives new hair-bulbs, hair you have, and get more, And it keeps the scalp hair-food you can life to the You save what too. clean and healthy. The best kind of a testimonial— " Sold lor over sixty » lUdo by J. O. Avc-- Co. T.owoll. Ms« ' Also manufiteturoro If Ayer's or sarsaparilla. pills. CHcRRY PECTORAL. ■aaxaaraEBB THE MEN 1R0 KNOW SÜk THE SUPERIOR QUALITIES OF ^kbrW® suckers, surrst AND HAÏS A) \' \F are the men who have put them to the hard est tests in the rough est weather. Get the original Towers Fish Brand made since 1636 CATALOG r/fee TOR THE ASKING A J TOWER CO. BOSTON V««oJtO i TOWH C»..>- 1AM CO 1 L———■ 4^ Pure as Hother's Bread: INLAND CRACKHRS In the... RED PACKAGES^ Not made by the Trust. • ADS. C L A S S I F I E D following announcements from leading business men and r . ^ y well worth your careful r c . a ^ in 5" _ re looking contain just the proposition you arc looamg NOTICE—The governmen t land. ■ OF STEVENS VACANT -STcjaft. Ha* n r 1 "t ington street, Spokane, Wasn. — No. 47 7 So NTJ MINES AND MININU. iMlenor'e. Pehn.-rQno b '.V, a t.j pieces when two tons of pow der In the storage room of the Pitts burg Fuel &. Mining company, two miles west of here, exploded. Trinidad, Col.—The $22,000 worth of pay checks for the miners and coke men of the Carbon Coal & Coke com pany which were lost a few days ago from the stage was found later by some boys. A full face of arsenical Iron ore as saying from $8 to $69 a ton has been opened up in the lower workings of the Capital mine, in Finley canyon, near Twlsp, Wash. London.—The United States bought $471,000 in bar gold from the Bank ot England Saturday, making in all about $2,750,000 from this source dur ing the week, besides $500,000 bought in the open market. man was Mining in Central Idaho. Harry Hinkson has begun work on a 200-foot crosscut tunnel on his prop erty on Marshall creek, in the Mar shall lake district. The Fox & Briggs mine, near Big creek, is being run fall force and is turning out bullion. A new road is being built from Florence across the Salmon river, which will bring the camp 20 miles nearer the Bear creek mines. The Big Idaho Continental mine, sit uated near the head of Priest lake, in the Priest lake mining district, is re ported to be new preparing to put in a four-mile aerial tramway to haul the ore from the mine to the head ot the lake, where it will be put on barges and shipped thence by rail from the foot of the lake. It is esti mated that nine minths' time will be required to complete the tramway. In the Coeur d'Alenes. The shaft on the Basin property is down 50 feet and has followed the ledge all the way. The ore is said to he improving as depth is' gained. The shaft of the Amazon-Dixie property in the Saltese district is down 35 feet, and is in rich copper ore. The lodge lias been opened by surface cuts for 800 feet. The crosscut on the Ben Hur prop erty is in 180 feet, and has yet 100 feet to go before it will open up the ledge, ihe crosscut will cut the vein at a depth of 150 feet. The Bunker Thursday of last week broke all pre Hill & Sullivan on vious working day records by deliver ing to the mill through the Kellogg tunnel 1154 tons of ore. The Gettysburg mine, near Mullan, has been closed, and will not reopen until the spring. A report trom the Rex mine, on Nine Mile creek, in the Coeur d'Aleues, is that the long-lost ledge, which was ' missed when No. 1 slope was driven off to the northeast instead of to the northwest, has again been located, and carries a vein of rich lead and silver upward of five feet in width. While working on a gallows frame at the Hecla mine, at Burke, recently, C, W. Holmes, a miner, lost ins bal and fell 30 feet to the ground an ce breaking his neck and killing him in stantly. British Columbia Mines. A large new boarding house is be ing built at the Stemwinder mine, in Falrview camp. During the month of October more than 25,000 tons of copper ore was shipped from which established a new high record the Snowshoe mine, for that property. It Is rumored among that the closing down ol the G.anby mines and smelter will be of but short duration and that there is a big niergei of Boundary companies planned. One encouraging feature in the news of the week was the receipt by Boun dary and other stockholders in the Consolidated Mining & Smelting com pany of Canada, Ltd., of the seventh dividend checks of that concern, be ing what is known as the November dividend payment. It is the general Impression in Nel thal the shutdown of the copper mines in the Boundary is merely a of adjustment of wages, and mining men son that if the men are willing to take the scale—the Butte scale being the with the rise Butte rise and fall of wages and fall of copper—the Boundary smelters will soon be in mines and full blast again. The Le Koi, at Rossland. B. C., is developing in a satisfactory manner, as new ore finds continue to be of a high grade and the outlook is for a long period of usefulness. A larger force—about 125 men—is employed in and mill than for several Le Roie No. 2 is operating mine in the Slocan, the mine years past, the Vancouver and it Is a valuable asset of the com cmployed in Seventy men are and mill at Vancouver, and of concentrates to be made to the pany. the mine regular shipments and ore continue Trail smelter. Population in Havana. It Is announced that the taken In this city shows Havana.— recent census that Havana has a population of 299. increase of 45,000 over 278. being an the census of 1899. cRUNA A TONSC OF GREAT USEFULNESS i v' .-•v , ■ : 'C 5? ; i : • vy. ; m 1» m g M . a® V M m. ■ ■: ;S. ii mm ■ •<:r mm HON. R. S. THARIN Hon. K. 8. Tharin, attorney-at-law and counsel lor Anti-Trust League, writes from Pennsylvania Ave. N. W., Washington, D. C., as follows: "Having used Peruna for catarrhal disorders, I am able to testify to its great remedial excellence and do not hesitate to give it my emphatic en dorsement and earnest recommendation to all persons affected by that disorder. It is also a tonic of great usefulness." Mr. T. Birnecott, West Ayimer, On tario, Can., writes: "Last winter I was ill with pneumonia after having la grippe. I took became quite well, young lady, who was ail run down and confined to the house, to take Pernna, and after taking Pernna for three months fire is able to follow her trade of tailor t can recommend Peruna for all I also induced a mg. such wuo are ill and require a tonic. Pe-ru-na Tablets Some people prefer to take tablets, rather than to take medicine in a fluid form. Such people can obtain Pernnit tablets, which represent the solid medi cinal ingredients of Peruna. Each tab let is equivalent to one average dose oi Peruna.__ GENERAL NEWS ITEMS. President Roosevelt tins been com mended and congratulated on the wis dom and success of the financial relief measures launched by the administra tion. The province of Reggie di t'alabria, Italy, was visited by another earth quake Tuesday. William Warner met death in Portland,Ore., by fulling onto steam woodsaw. Secretary Taft has engaged passage for New York on the steamer President Grant, sailing from Hamburg Satnr day, December. The trial of George A. Pettibione for complicity in the killing of former Governor Stenuenberg has been reset for November 25 at Boise. If the ' dams trial at Rathdrum is finished by that time there will be no further a horrible postponement. Congressman state of Washing!on is in favor of a postal savings bank system to meet snch conditions as u-w confront the W. L. Jones of the country. Two firemen were killed and $100, 000 losses sustained in a fire last Mon William H. day at Fargo, N. D. White and George H. Hartman were tbe firemen killed by falling walls. The emxption of foreign wheat from import duty has been prolonged until the end of January in consequence of the continuance of food scarcity in the Turkish empire. In a duel with knives, fought far be. low the surface of the earth,' Williard J. Donnelly was killed by Ben West in the Union Companion mine at Cornu copia, Oregon, a trivial dispute, and in their struggle the men knocked out the light. They drew knives and continued the fight, when, by a chance blow.West outDon nell'ys throat. President Leunan of the St, Paul The trouble started in Base nail olnb has drafted Mike Lynch, of the Tacoma olnb, and will manager offer him the position of manager of the St. Paul club and left field on the team. "Dakota Bob," who fought Indians under General Miles and for the last 12 has been a professional pedes years trian, landed in Yonkers N. Y., Mon dav after having walked 8486 miles from Portland, Ore., on a wager of Bob was 16 days ahead of his $8000. schedule, it having been stipulated that he should reach Yonkers on Billy Lee of Yon Thanksgiving day. kers put up the $3000 for the pedes trian. against a like sum furnished by Joe Miller ,a rich Portland man. Oklahoma Duel; Two Dead. Bartlesville, Okla., Nov. 20.—Georgf Williams of Collinsville, a United States deputy marshal, and Ernest Lewis, an alleged bootlegger, killed In a pistol battle here when Williams and Fred Keeler, anothei United States deputy marshal, attempt ed to arrest Lewis. wen HIS WIFE COMMITS SUICIDE. Mrs. Wyman Thrown Aside Because of Excessive Use of Narcotics. Mrs. Julie Wyman of New York city recently put an end to a brilliant musi cal career and a most pathetic life by killing hersolf with gas in her daugh ter's studio at No. 736 Lexington avc nue. A friend of her daughter, who had been warned by the mother hersell that she would live no longer separ ated from W'alter Myman, her million aire husband of Chicago, broke into the studio and found her dead in bed, a gas tube at her mouth. Mrs. Wyman was a noted contralto. Twenty years ago when she married Wyman, a coal magnate of the west, there was no more sought-for amateur singer in America. Moreover, she was beautiful, and the pair were feted from California to Maine in the wealthiest and most cultured circles. The separation came 12 years ago, after the birth of her three daughters. Caro, Florence and Loreat. Mrs. Wy man had succumbed to the liquor and cocaine habits. Her husband cast her off and she was forced to earn a liveli hood by her voice for herself and the children, whom she had kidnaped from ira soon after they began to live apart Government Ownership? No. The American Federation of Labor, by a vote of 154 to 60, has refused to record itself as favoring government ownership of railroads and mines. Just as long as society makes It t< our interest to pretend to be what wt are not, that long will we court at hypocrisy that kills. HOWARD F.. BURTON. Assayor an Leadville, Colo. Specimen prices Chemist, Gold, silver, lead, ÿl; gold silver, 75c; gold or copper, $1. Cyanide tests; mailini and lull price list sent on applies Control and umpire work solicited. Rcl National K)c; rinc envelopes tion. erencea: Carbonate '•■Ilk Look into the past of the man win likes to go visiting, and somewher. away back you will find him a hoj in a photograph album with lout curls down his back. St. Vitus Dance and all Nervous Dis eases permanently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. Send for FREE $z trial buttle and treatise. Dr. R. H. Kline, Ld., p8i Arch street, Phila., Pa. If the strength of a thing is devo! oped by its use then some men'i brains are awfully shrunk up. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup the best remedy to use for their chit dren during teething period. It's a real fact—you can't put 8 Neither can you put a little man in a big plat t square peg in a round hole. It la perfectly natural to nib the spot that hurts, and when the muscla*. nerves, Joints and bones are throbbing and twitching with the pains of Rheumatism the sufferer is apt to turn to the liniment bottle, or some other external application, in an effort to get relief from the disease, by producing counter-irritation on the flesh. Such treatment will quiet the pain tempo rarily, but can have no direct curative effect on the real disease because it does not reach the blood, where the cause is located. Rheumatism ia more than skin deep—it la rooted and grounded in the blood and can only bo reached by constitutional treatment—IT CANNOT BE RUBBED AWAY. Rheumatism is due to an excess of uric acid in the blood, brought about by the accumulation in the system of refuse matter which the natural avenue* bodily waste, the Bowels and Kidneys, have failed to carry off. ThU refuse matter, coming in contact with the different acids of the body, form* uric acid which is absorbed into tbe blood and distributed to all parts of tho body, and Rheumatism gets possession of the system. The aches and paia* are only symptoms, and though they may be scattered or relieved for a tim« by surface treatment, they will reappear at the first exposure to cold or dampness, or after an attack of indigestion or other irregularity. Rheuma tism can never be permanently cured while the circulation remains saturated with irritating, pain-producing uric acid poison. The disease will abut from muscle to muscle or joint to Joint, settling on the nerves, causing Inflammation and swelling and such terrible pains that the nervous system Is often shattered, the health undermined, and perhaps the patient become* deformed and crippled for life. S. S. S. thoroughly cleanses the blood and renovates the circulation by neutralizing the acids and expelling all foreign matter from the system. It worms and invigorates the blood so that Instead of a weak, sour stream, constantly deposit ing acrid and corrosive matter In the mus cles, nerves, joints and bones, the body is fed and nourished by rich, health-sustaining anently 1 ml CAN NOT BE .RUBBED AWAY # blood which completely and pe S. 8. 8. 1* cures Rheumatism. DllttFIV VFRCTABLE of both purifying and tonic properties— PUntLY 'tua. MD just what Is needed In every case of Rheu matism, It contains no potash, alkali or other mineral ingredient but i* made entirely of purifying, healing extracts and juices of roots ***• •■« barks. If you are suffering from Rheumatism do not waste valuable Hma trying to rub a blood disease away, but begin the use of 8. 8. 8. and write us about your case and our physicians will give you any Information ot ad vit» desired free cf charge and will send our special treatise on Rheumatism, JHE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO*, ATLANTA, CAm W. L. DOUGLAS $3.00 & $3.50 SHOES THE 'wOR.O $ 25,000 ( BSStfTSjASHJgg Reward \ would I ben understand whv th«v hold theirshane^b»«« . GILT COO F Shoo, omnnot bo oqomHod ot mny prior Sf .OOmnd S » -oo aiLI a *«, Ç ; j nMe *„d price «lamped on battom Taka Plo BmbJtltatel ÄjJ-eboj. J ' .b.^gn oot. uppl^you.^ direct to factory. ShocsoDteverywhereby mail. 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