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The capture hy th1 Japanese t:M ps of another Chinese port suggests that if China ' .hi tight she ought to begin before sh" lir.s !' :i clubbed t- death. Phila delphia Iniiuirer. it seems thrt the aewspaper eorre sj)i indents ikht in van of the Jap nnese forces. The ignominious defeats of the Chinese may t. ,v be readily un derstood. St. Louia Post-Dispatch. The Chinese have eoneluded that if the Japs are so awfulij stuek on having Port Arthur they may hare it. Therefore they themselves hare lef) perhaps for 8me town. -New York Morning Journal. Rfrpri; Tr- n II u beries. The promptness with 1 1 : - the :n thorities :re eatehini; the Virginia train rohtiers in 1 heir interviews will only strengthen tin pnhiii- ;' ;i;;it if the outlaws ; re ever eapturd it wiii he by aeeideut. i'ittshurg Dispatch. Train rohters ore ojera tiny dtingerous ly uear Philadelphia. '!!.. audacious raseals who held up a train near 1 1 -1 1 - mond, Va.. n :ii donbtl in' narelentiug- ly pursue and punished. Prompt retri bution may prevent furtlnr trouble. Philadelidna Call. -"itr setentifie train robbing, f 4ilifor?ita is entitled to the psilni over inditm 'i'erri tory. Two of the b:inli( f-ntry not otdy cleaned out tin express ear ivith neatness and disp:! t eh !i;i wmh Ihe hx-otnxtive to carry them beyond the reach of pursuit. Kansas i 'it s Star. The California and Virginia train rob beries oriiu'red nlmosl iisiultane)usly with lr. Conan I);.i,- arrival in this country. The brigands wvre pmbsibly desirous of seeing h vv a stor' i' tiu nde beries would rend after lM-ing toin isod up by the etniun1 writer ot" iletwtive tales. Baltimore Herald. Col IngersoK's remarks will also apply ! to politieal suicide. -Washington Post. Col. IJobei-i i. IngersoM has lot n n Closes long emmgh to Kpea k a good word for snieide. Philadelphia Call. Col. "Bob" Ingersoll h,-is eome int in favor of snieble, whirh is another of "l!ol" Ingersoll's hohingcrsnlls.' Spring field KeiMiblieau. Col. 1 ii .'( i'si II"s article is virtually a pica for suicide ;is .1 justifiable ami even commendable w ay of ending one's career if it is not satisfactory to one's self.- - j Buffalo Enquirer. The law in New York which punishes an atfetnpl at suicide with imprisonment is attacked in his twsl vigorous fashion I by Col. Ingersoll. The law is i.f course barbarous, for a person despairing or in sane enough to attempt suicide assuredly ageds other treatment than imprisonment if he fails. Boston Transeript. j The Czar' Heath. Alexander 111. from the opening of his reign was harassed by morbid dread of assassination. At las', comes Death, the j cynical seene-shifter. alike indifferent whether life is a comedy or a tragedy, and rings down the curtain. -Tribune. It is impossible to think of the death of the Czar except as that of the peace keeper of Kurope an auto, rat who was nevertheless an exemplary ruler in many ways and one whose private virtues earned the respect of all men. Philadel phia Ledger. He was not a great man. and fortun ately not a bad one. Destiny had placed him in the groove of a great machine, I which, with all his autocracy, he had int ; the power to change; and he did the best ; that any Czar can do when he moved de I eorously and decently down the groove to the end. New York Journal. i'p maker. j It is well thai the police commissioners ; are to be examined. They can explain ! many things which stand sorely in need of explanation. The public should know 1 the worst. Indianapolis News. Isn't Mr. (Joff a little indiscreet in an ' nouneing that he may call Mr. Richard j Croker to the Lexow stand? Mr. ! Croker's health is very precarious and : there are steamers starting for Kurope I constantly. Providence Journal. It does not take much effort to imagine n more comfortable state 1" mind than thai of the "Iml: men" in New York who feel the l.exow wmmittee drap-nel slow ly Imi surely gathering around them. Philadelphia Bulletin. K!ertlim KcHoe. Xo one can blame the weather num. He played his pari well. -Baltimore Anierii u u. In a day or so the excitement will have died out and ueijrhhor will again be on speaking terms.- -Washington Post. The iit thing to npset the country will be Christmas, when it will be the women's torn to go crazy. Atchison Globe. As a tribute to some of the candidates the brass band will please strike up "Home Again" while the election returns are being read. Washington Star. The l ily of Hammtt. Possibly Lilinokalani will be able to pair her unsettled mind with her unset tled pension claim.- Washington IVs:. Ex-Queen Lilinokalani, who may with poetic license be styled a faded Lili, mod estly requests of I nele Sam a pension of $40,000. This petition is evidently offered a a compromise upon her original demand for President Dole's head. Philadelphia Record. Th; Cerium I rei!U'elttrs!i ip. Pur- ie is filled with the suspicion that the brash young Emperor of Ger many is gradually working down to a figure-head chancellor. St. Louis Post Dispatch. Count Caprivi has accquitted himself creo.it a liy. and the fact thai he was not willing to herd his convictions to suit the notions of the young and somewhat erratt Kmneror that he had the requisite ronrspf and resolntion for tlso pr. miership. - -Pittsburg Commercial Ga ge! te. Rinht at I.at. Human nature continues to display itself in street ears, an 1 on "o in a while a r.ewsi a: e r ej ter happens to be n hand to s Ketch the -eene. ne of the latest instanc s 01 the kind is borrowed from the ITtica Observer, and readers will pr bably find it credi ble although exceptional. As a rule, it i- ne dies-; to . ay. hu uan natur is tt'. IIS Uv.'.-l ill kllC ifLUUlU'.'. f A sma 1 woman of perhaps fifty! years, ono of the nervous, quick-spoken sort, on her way into town paid tier fare and called for a transfer ticket. " i ca-i t give you one." mid the polit conductor. 1 es. you ca 1. "and j ou will. I The c nd ctor an - w e in-i t re neat ed the woman, pon it d that he had none. "Yes, you have, an 5 I !i r.-port you don t gio me oue."" Ihe conductor explained t again, and m re fully, but the ffer would n it believe him. ; e 1 ase passe n nd con tinlinff tinned h demands. i:.aliV Iho batt e oing against her, .-he rose i-uddenly and said: "Well, I'll get off here." The conductor rang the bell, the motorman went through the necessary motion-, and the car stop: ed, but no till it had passed the crossing. The condu tor waited for Madam opitfire toaligh: but she kept her seat. "1 sa d i d get off baci therj!" she cried. "I won t get off here "' The conductor smiled ai d rang the bell, when up jumped the iittde woman - 1-1 again. " Y 8," she said, I s'iie-- I will get off her, aft r all;" and a she left the c:.'t she added "Say, 1 guess T'm a little bit cress, ain't IV" And all her fellow-pas eug rs felt that she was right. Sir. Fremont lr sidont. Mrs. .Teie B nton Fremont has been elected president of a now chap ter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, wiiich has b en formed at Los Ang -les, Cal. The fourteen char ter members of the chapter represent man. famous colonial ; atriots. At the opening of tho s ssion tea was browed in camp-kettles th ;t are heirlooms in the Darsey family, and were use ! by Wa hington and Lafay tt j in the ev olutionary war. To "SnffiT ttiiil t'.e Stroinj' In other words, to exhibit fortitude when en during botfly pain, is, of course, jri-e-worthy, but. sufferers frxm riienmatism wonUl unclonbteilly foreeo the praise which the exer cise of this Spartan virtue calls forth to ob tain prompt and easy relief. It is at their very threshold in the shape of lI,.totter' Stomach Bitters, which arrests tnis formidable disease at the outr-ef . atid acts as an efncifnt anodyne poo tiie afflicted nervous system. Ta'e ti:iu by the forelock if yon feei rheumatic twinges and give them a quie ade at once. Ilheuma tlsm is, reader, you may perhaps not be aware, liable to attack the heart. Many a man and woman with a heart t hus attacked hai; prompt ly "shuffled off this mortal coil." The Hitters i is also an excellent remedy for kidney trouble, malaria, constipation, debility, neuralgia sleeplessness, and dyspepsia. Cute Little t attle. Tho Satnoan Islands are the natural habitat of the most dimin live species of variety of the genus bos n w known to the naturalist. The average weight of the males of these liliputiun cattle seldom exce -d 20it pounds, the ave'age beino- not greater than !"' pounds. The females usually average about KW pound larger, are very "stocky"' built, seldom being tall r than merino sheep. These dwarf cattle are nearly all of the same color reddish mouse color marked with white. They have very large heads as com: ared wit, their bodies, and their horns are of excep tional length. State or Ohio. City ok Toledo, Lucas Cocntt, ( Frank J. Cheney ma ken oath that he is the senior partner ot the firm of F. J. Cheney ,v Co., loirif' business in the City of Toledo, County fiv.d State aforesaid, and that said firm will ia. the Hum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case oi Catarhh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's CatakRh Ccbe. FRANK J . CHENEY. Sworn to beforo mo ami sabscribeci in my presence, this tth uay of December, A. 1. 1386. " A. W. GLEASON, -j seal Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly ou the blood and mucous surfaces of the svstcm. bend for testimonials, free. F. .1. 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