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CATARRH CURED BY DRY AIR.
Hyomei Mediates the Air You Breathe, Kills the Germs and Cures the Disease. - Hyomei cures catarrh thoroughly and permanently, because it reaches the small est air cells in the head, throat and lung', kills the germ causing the disease and drives it from the system. Hyomei goes to the root of the disease, destroys the canse, and makes permanent cures which can be nl'eeted In no other way. Breathe it for a few minutes four times a day and benefit will be seen at once. Continue this treatment for a few weeks and Uy oniei will have cured you. The Hyomei in the Inhaler furnihhed with the outfit diies and sterilizes the air Jou breathe. It is a local and direct treatment for eradicating all catarrh germs la the inucuous membrane and tissues and in this way cures catarrh in any part of the system. Used In connection with Hyomei Halm it has been successful In curing the worst find most deep-seated cases of catarrhal deafness. A. V. Clark of Everett, Mass., writes: "J have spent a fortune on different treat ments for catarrh and could not hear across the table. After using Hyomei and Hy omei Halm for ei.ht days I can hear as well as ever." Stronger than any claims that can be made hi an advertisement is the fact that the Red Cross Pharmacy will give their personal guarantee with every Hyomei outfit they sell to refund the money if the purchaser can ay that Hyomei has not given satisfaction. To in n mo I.orulmnll Kelenned. Maiden. Mass., May 13. Tomasso Lombardl, the Italian arrested on sus picion last 'Wednesday night in connec tion with the murder of Miss Nellie A. .Murievani or : woiiumi, has been ri leased by Judge Charles M. Bruce of the district court, no case bavins been made out against him. Lomhardi was arrested while riding a bicycle In the north end of Boston about fin hour and a half after Miss Sturtovant was shot, the police of Boston Paving received 'word that the- murderer escaped on a bicycle. -Both Mr. and Mrs. Sturtevant. who witnessed the shooting, having seen Lombardl agreed in the statement that be was not the murderer. Hornl Levee In Ilolyrooil I'lilnee. Edinburgh, May KS.-Tho city of Ed. Inhurgli was in holiday attire and im mense crowds of people warmly greet ed King Edward and Queen Alexan dra as their majesties proceeded from Dalkeith castle to Ilolyrood palace. jWhere they held a court and a levee, the fust of such functions to 1m bold in the historic palace for eighty years. On their arrival at the famous palace the king and rpieen received n number of public addresses. Presentations to their majesties followed. Mr. fleveluml Flhlne. Middle Bass Island, ()., May 1.1. Ex President (Jrover Cleveland and Cap taiH B P, Lamherton. V. S. N., who recently arrived here to fish, have been Joined by several other distinguished visitors. Amoi.g those now in the par ty are ex-Governor Charles Foster, John T'rl Lloyd. Cincinnati; .J. . Mitchell. Toledo; Judson Harmon, ei attorney general. Cincibnati; LeRoy Brooks, Cincinnati, and C. C. Dwlght, Chicago. Aeefnlt Not I'lnced. London, May 13. -At the second spring meeting at Newmarket the New market handicap (of l.buO sovereigns, for three-year-old and upward, (lis tanco one mile and two furlongs) was won by Bistonian, AeefuM, the Amer ican Lerby .candidate, was not placed, which was considered as extinguishing tual Horses chances of winning the Derby Victoria VVnnt Strike IlrenkerH. jMeinonrne, Victoria, May ' 13. The government has sent a circular to em ployers or labor, asking for volun teers, who are invited to state the ca pacity in which they are prepared to serve during the railroad strike. One hundred and fifty university students nave been enrolled as a vigilance com mittee to protect the men at work. Fire In l.lcn I n)), X. V. (.lens tall. N. Y., May 13.-Fire has destroyed the plant of the Glenn Falls Lantern company and the Menzles Mreet Sweeper company. Considerable damage Was done to adjoining prop erly, jiio total loss is estimated at iflo.tMi, fully covered by. insurance. AVIioleKnle Tolmcco Smoking-. ( tneuuuitl, May 13. --The warehouse of the Universal Tobacco company at Covington, Ky., has been damaged $50, 000 by tire. F.npelleil I'rlcnl. In Port. ' New York. May 13 - On the Spanish steamer Manuel Calvo. which has ar rived from Spanish ports, were a num ber or priests expelled from France. They are going to Mexico to act as in structors in schools. Mill Workers who need clear eyes and steady hands, as well as strong arms, prefer Pillsbury's Best Flour to any other. The reason is that this, fiour, being made of Spring wheat, contains a larger percent age of gluten than does other flour. FORESTS ARE BURNING fcr- Tlvania Villains Threatened With Instruction. EIG OIL FIELD IN DANGER. Fifty In MoKean County Burn ed Apnnrentl y Ko Way to Save Hundred of AVelli Large Force Fighting Flame. Bradford, Pa., May 13. Forest fires are again raging in this vicinity. Near Ormsby fifty oil well rigs have been destroyed, tho majority of them be longing to the South Pennsylvania Oil company. Nine thousand cords of wood, chopped and piled In the forest to be used In the manufacture of wood alcohol, were consumed. The W ood be longed to R. W. Hilton 'of this city. Hundreds of men are at work endeav oring to divert the course of the flames from endangered oil wells and other property. The lire is moving rapidly through a regTon where many oil wells ore located, and there Is no absolute way of checking its progress. At Timbuctoo another forest fire Is raging. A family living in the woods near Ormsby were compelled to leave their cottage, and they are missing. Whether they are lost In the woods or have been overcome by the smoke and flames is unknown. Firemen Save Three Villages. The lumbermen and mountaineers of Cambria, Somerset and Westmoreland counties are praying for rain to quench the forest fires that have been raging for n week. By almost superhuman efforts of the Inhabitants and with the aid of fire companies summoned from Altoona and Johnstown the villages and mills at lMinlo, Vlntondale and Twin Rocks have been saved. On the Laurel Hill In Westmoreland county several bouses have been burned and loss of life was narrowly avoided. Guards surround the Conemaugh Pow der company's plant at Seward to pre vent the flames reaching that establish ment. The relays of mountaineers and lum bermen Work about two hours each, when a new body of fire fighters takes the place of each retiring brigade. The most destructive forest (ire in years is sweeping the ridge and threat ening the destruction of Waterford and Laughlinstown. The fire commission ers have a large force of men lighting the fire. Fire Wardena In Maine. Augusta, Me., May 13. The unusual prevalence and seriousness of forest Ilres at this season of the year havo led Forest Commissioner Ilward E. King to arrange for the appointment of lire wardens to patrol and protect the woods of the wild land counties. Hlot In ll French I linrrli. Paris, May 13. There has been a small riot in a church at Aubervilllers, a village five miles from here. Father Coube, a prominent Jesuit and author, was announced to deliver a discourse and u large crowd of anticlerlcals made a demonstration against him, during which St. Tory, editor of a So cialist organ, Interrupted the speaker. A pitched fight followed Inside the church. Fists, canes and chairs were used, and the Abbe Yaladier was struck in the face with a cane and fell ed by a blow from. a chair. Fifteen of the rioters were arrested. I Itiinnttim lla o F.ft'eet. Mobile, Ala., May 13. -The ultimatum issued by General Manager Clark to the effect that all striking employees must return to work or their places would be filled by new men failed of effect here, as none of the men re turned.' A freight train has left for Okaloma, Miss., manned by nonunion men and guarded by officers. .1. J. Anderson of West Point, Miss., head brakeman of another freight train, claims that he was shot at three times as his train passed through Whistler, live miles north of Mobile. t Fatally llnrt In I'lnyinir IIiin-)ii)). Chicago, May 13. A dispatch to the Chronicle from Springfield, O., says that in a baseball game between Ce (larvllle college and Wilborforee uni versity at the AVilberforce grounds Charles Glenn, center fielder for the Cedarville team, was fatally Injured. A short fly was struck, and the short stop and center fielder both made a rush to get It. Neither saw tho other, and they collided with great force, both being knocked unconscious for a few minutes. Glenn's skull was frac tured. DerUiou -4titint Ki-(ulef (,'roker. Albany. N. Y, May 13,-The court ol appeals has denied the application ot former Chief Croker of the New Yorb fire department for a mandamus com pelling his reinstatement by Fire Com missioner Sturgis, by wjioin be was indeCnite'y suspended. The appeal from the adverse decision of the lower courts is (Ibrniisseil without costs. Southern I'acllle Boiler Makers Ont. P.akersfield. Cal., May 13. All the boiler makers employed on the South ern Pacific here have gone on strike. Advices received at division headquar ters say this Is the only point on the entire system where the men have re fused to work. All work in the boiler makers' department is at a standstill. The Cnnnnlan Cup Defender. Toronto. Out., May KS.-Stratheona will be the name of tho new Canada e-:p defender if the high commlsslonet to England gives bis sanction. The boat will be launched In three weeks. V 5 -'v-v:!'- ( M "JiS How an abscess in the Fallo pian Tubes of Mrs. Hollinger was removed without a surgical operation. "I had an abscess in my sido in tLe fallopian tubo (the fallopian tube is a connect ion of the ovaries). I suffered untold misery and was so weak I could scarcely get around. The sharp burning pains low down in my side were terrible. My physi cian said there was no help for mo unless I would go to the hospital and le operated on. I thought lefore that I would try Lydia II lMiiklin m's Vegetable Com pound which, fortunately, I did, and it has made mo a stout, healthy woman. Jly advice to all women who sutler with any kind of female trouble- is to commence taking Lydia 12. l'inkhara's Vegetable Compound at once." Mrs. Ira S. IIollixger, StilvidCO, Ohio. 95000 forfeit If original of mbovt letter proving genuineness cannot be produced. It woifld seem by this state ment that women would save time and much sickness if they would pet Lydia 13. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound at once, and also write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass., for special ad vice. It is free and always helps. No other person can give such helpful advice as Mrs. Pinkham to women w ho are sick. CONGRESS OF DG0T0E3. Eminent Spc-i'lnH t From All the ". World Meet In Vnl)liiK ton. . Washington, May 13,-The sixth tri ennial session of the congress of Amer ica n physicians and surgeons has con vened at the Columbia theater. The congress includes In its membership many of the most eminent medical and surgical specialists in tho country, sev eral hundred of whom were present w hen it was called to order by Dr. Wal ter Keen of Philadelphia, professor of surgery at the Jefferson Medical col lege. Dr. Adolf Lorenz, the distin guished Austrian surgeon, was expect cd to be present, but has not arrived. Among those in attendance were' emi nent physicians and surgeons not only of the United States, but of all coun tries of Europe. Among them were Professor Von Mikuli of P.erlin, an au thority on therapeutics and pathology; Professor Hans Kan of Halberstadt. Germany, a surgeon of international distinction; Dr. Roswell Park of 'Buf falo, one of the surgeons who attended the late President McKinley. and Dr. Simon Fiexnor of Philadelphia. During the sessions of the congress, which will occupy the greater part of three days, papers by eminent authori ties will be read on the spread of ma laria, yellow fever and kindred dis eases, on the prevention of disease among employees on the Panama canal and on the discoveries made by the late Dr. Walter Peed and their value to medical science. i Sixteen societies, of specialists, affil iated with the congress, held meetings during the day for the discussion of lubjeets directly related to their work. Seven Sew Cardinal. Home, May IS. The pope has detl itely decided to appoint .cardinals at the next consistory. The following prelates have already been informed of the intention of the pontiff to bestow the red hat on them: Mgr. Xocella, neeretSry of the college of cardinals; Mgr. Cavieohioni, secretary of , the congregation of the council; Mgr. T liani. papal nuncio at Vienna; "Mgr. Ajnti, papal nuncio at Lisbon; Mgr. KatsehtliMler, archbishop of Salzburg, and Mgr. Fischer, archbishop of Cologne. The consistory is likely to take place June 15 or June 22. , Mr. (oKtrllo ArrulRiied. Tiuffalo, N. Y., May-l,1.rrs. John II. Costeilo, who shot her husband in an office building in this city eight days ago, was arraigned in police court on the charge of assault, first degree, with intent to kill. She pleaded not guilty and asked-for an examination Attorney Hamilton Ward, Jr, looked after Mrs. Costcllo's interests. Assist ant District Attorney Jackson rep re Cl.titfwl .l.n r.r....!. .... .. ... me j.i-ujjiu. . .llr. iosteno was not present. QWELS If yon faavm't aroirular, healthy movement of the bowu every day, you're ill or will be. Kp your bowel open, and bo well, t'oroe, in tbe sli&j ot violent physic or pill poison, is (Uniceroun. Th smoothest, easiest, mont perfect way of keeping the bowels cloac and elan Is to take CANDY CATHARTIO - EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY riaint. Palatable, Potnt, Taste Hood, Do OfmU, Nevpr Sicken. Wfnlicn orGripej jo. utid 60 coiiu pi'rboi. Write fur tree sample, suit book let on hoalth. Addreii tsi Sterllno Bemedj Company, Chicago or New York, KEEP YO'JH CLCGD CLEAll hot STODDARD POET, DEAD Another of Sew York's Literary Landmarks Gone. PRECEDED BY SON AND WIFE DUIinKuiRhed Poet unit Knnnylat, Only Recently Ilerented if All Ilia Family. Victim , if IHa Incident to old Axe New York. May 13.-ltich.ird Henry Stoddard has died at bis residence. 329 East l-'iftceiitu street, aged seven-ty-eight. - , ' ' Mrs. Stoddard died less than a year ago, and his son. I.orimer Stoddard, is also dead. Mr. Stoddard was the only one of the family left. For a week past he had been confined to his bed with rheumatism of the heart and ills incident to old age. The end was, however, not expected so soon. The death of Richard Henry Stod dard takes from New York one of its most venerable and respected literary RICHARD HEXRT STODDARD. figures. Although the old poet and critic had leA a more or less retired life for many years, he was almost up to the last engaged actively and regu larly In the labors of his profession. keeping abreast of the ever swelling flood of new publications despite bis failing health and eyesight and the shocks of severe domestic adliction. A Self Made Man. He was u self made man. coming of that sturdy New England stock which often seems to flourish best in the face of obstacles and misfortune. Horn In Ilingbam. Mass., on the 2d. of Julv. 1S25, the son of a ship captain, he lost his father, who went down at sea, be fore he was ten years old and was brought to this city by his mother, who soon married again. For some time he attended the public schools, but it was necessary for him to earn his living, and he went to work while still very young in an iron foundry. Soon his health, unequal to the strain of arduous physical exertion, compel led him to abandon the1 foundry, and it was then that he began to think of get ting a living hyhis pen. At this time he was twenty-three years old. With many misgivings he offered a numbei of verslcal compositions to the weekly and monthly press and succeeded a! most beyond his most sanguine expec tations. In lS-i!) Mr. Stoddard printed private iy a collection of his early poems un der tho title "Footprints." This edl tion be destroyed a little later on, ai though the book did not lack admirers Fornmlly Knrolleil With-the Poet. In 1S52 he published a volume ot ma hirer work, which was exceedingly well received; became a contributor to the Knickerbocker and enrolled him self formally and finally in the army of poets. In 1S53 be published his "Adventures in Fairyland," which (was intended chiefly for the young. Hut he soon found that it would be neces sary for him to have some other means of subsistence than his pen, and through the influence of Nathaniel Hawthorne lie was able to secure a position In the custom house, which he held from 1S53 until 1.ST0. and this was the period of his greatest literary activity. Many Years nn Kdttor. 11 is literary occupations, indeed, were so varied and insistent that he was compelled to resign Ids position in the custom bouse. From bS70 to 1873 he arted as the private secretary of (ion erai deorse n. McClellan when the latter was commissioner of docks In New York, and for a year he filled the position of city librarian. For ten years, from 1 set) to 1870, be discharged the duties of literary .reviewer for the New York World In the days when that journal was held in repute as an authority on literary and artistic sub jects, and in 1880 he -accepted a sim ilar position on the staff of the Mall and Express, which he held to the day of bis death. Two of bis latest pub lications are "The Men's Cub" and "Under the Evening Lamp." KiikIhiiiI t.cls More I.iinil. London, May 13. Colonial Secretary Chamberlain has announced In the house of commons that as a result or the British military operations in th; Soboto and Kano districts, ending witt the capture of the ameer of Kano, 100, 000 square miles of territory had been added to northern Nigeria and would be administered by the government of that territory. Vmw'4 TEIALP NEAP. END. Shamrock Will . to Yrl Mon day to Let Orean IMii. I'lourock. Scotland. May 13. Sir Thomas Upton and Designer Fife have decided that it is imt necessary to de vote further time to trials between the Shamrocks on this side of the Atlan tic. Consequently Saturday's race wib be the last. Tho two yachts will be rent to the Greenock yard Monday in order to be fitted with their oocan rigs Itaeing. however, has been arranged for every day tins week. . The boats started tit 10:30 in the morning over a course from GourocS to Kotliesny and Ealloeh bay and re turn, forty miles. A light, steady wind was blowing, and fine weather canvas was set on both yachts. The Shamrock I. had the advantage In being 200 yards dead to windward when the yachts started to beat down channel on the first leg of the course. Hut the cup challenger, lying very high In the wind, pulled up steadily. After a couple of miles short tacking the Shamrocks came together, and the challenger had done so well that she was able to cross the bows of her op ponent and take the lead. In a freshening wind the challenger constantly widened the gap, gaining practically a minute a mile. ' The yachts luffed round Toward point and beat into Kotbesay bay. The challenger was about a mile and a half ahead on turning tfie Kotliesny mark at the finish of a.ten mile beat. The times here were: The Shamrock III., 1:03:15; the Shamrock I., 1:11:40. After turning the mrtrk at Kotliesay bay t lie programme was altered. In stead of making for the mark in I'.al loch bay the yachts headed up the firth and homeward. The wind was light and fluky, and not much interest was taken In this part of the trial. The yachts finished the run In close company, turned together off Greenock for a short beat to windward to Gou rook and finished the day's work. Dur ing the final beat the challenger luffed right across her opponent's course and gained half a minute in ten minutes' nailing. ;anK of llurglars tawtureil. Attleboro, Mass. May 13. The po Hoe here have succeeded in making a wholesale arrest of men suspected of belonging to a. gang of burglars, and two of the men, Charles A. Clarke and Henry Feoples, have confessed, the police say, that they committed rob beries at post olfices and railroad sta tions in Manton, H. I., and Walpole. Medfleld, Norwood and Assonet, Mass. In addition to admitting these facts the men had in their possession a cata logue of other places which were to be raided in the near future. - Hot (Ian ritcht at Ithaen. Ithaca, N. Y., May 13. The attempt on the part of the Cornell freshmen In a body to enter tho Lyceum theater where the sophomore banquet will be helil resulted in a rush between the freshmen and the sophomores, who had surrounded the house. E. F. Fox, a freshman, and W. H. Smith were In jured, but not seriously, while half a dozen others received sliubt bruises. J. H. Costeilo, the sophomore class president, and the bampiet committee are guarding the theater against fresh men. brand Court of I'lirenlrrt. New York. May 13. Grand Chief Ranger Samuel M. Edwards called the convention of tho grand court of the Order "of Foresfers to order at its an nual meeting in Jersey City. The re ports show the membership on May 1 to have been 12,371. an increase of 2,"il7 dining the year. New courts established in the year numbered 103. The tl'ty-six courts of Hudson coun ty have a membership of 5.0fiO and a surplus of 10,000. ( onllxcntcd Lumber For Sale. Ardmore, I. T., May 13. Secretary of the Interior Hitchcock has ordered the sale of the 2.000,000 feet of lum ber seized by officials in the Choctaw Nation recently when several large lum ber mills, running in violation of the law, were ordered closed by the Interior department. The seized lumber will be sold Immediately and the proceeds expended in behalf of the Choctaw tribe of Indians. Olileat Lutheran Milliliter Head. York. Pa., May 13.-Uev. Feter An stadt, I). I)., the oldest minister in the general synod of the Lutheran church, has died at his home here. At one time he was a member of the faculty of husrjuelinnna university at Selins Grove, tilled the pulpit at Gettysburj ana ior ninny years was engaged in tho publication of church and Sunday scnooi literature. Sliimv reck oil .Mariner Heneiieil. Fans. May 13. The crew, number ing thirty-one men. of the French three master Star of the Seas, bound for Newfoundland, has been rescued by the Kussian steamer Capella and taken to Cherbourg. The French sailors were many days without food. The Star of the Seas was abandoned and subse quently foundered. Tetnna Surrounded by In urge Ma. Tangier, Morocco, .Slay 13. Advices from Tetuan say the inhabitants of that town, which is now entirely sur rounded by hostile tribes who have set fire to numerous gardens and planta tions, are in a state of great panic. Troops are being dispatched hence by sea to Tetuan. Syrneue Freshmen lielnatiitetl. Syracuse. N. Y.. May 13. The fresh- maft class of Syracuse university, sus pended last Saturday by Chancellor Day for escapades in connection tvith moving up day," has been reinstated, with the exception" of Its president, by the chancellcr. Banish III Health. When spots will rise before your eyes 'tis time to take Beechams Pills So! J Everywhere. In boxes 10c and 25c. LYNCHEES AT A CIRCUS. Xegrro Foreed to Flee From Wild Ilii ml of Student. Chicago, May 13. A dispatch to the Chronicle from Columbia, Mo., says that a negro employee of a circus there was obliged to rice from the tent at the performance to escape lynching by a inob of Missouri university students. ' During n rush for seats the negro struck Stanley Sisson of Toledo, O., a student, a blow on the head with a tent pule, causing a dangerous but not fatal wound. The students on seeing the blood flow rushed over the ropes and' one of the football team caught the negro with his fist on the point of the chin. The negro rolled under tha tent and escaped in the .darkness. The students assaulted a number of the employees and demanded the ne pro be given tq that they might string him to the center pole, but he could not lie found. The cirrus was allowed to proceed, but whoa a negro singer appeared in the concert the perform ance was broken up in an uproar of groans and hisses. - Fatal I I no. In In Kmiioii. Topeka, Kan., May 13. Owing to heavy rains in many parts of Kansas serious floods are reported, resulting In loss of life and destruction of property. The Republican river is spreading over thousands of acres of land, de stroying wheat iwid corn. The central brand) of the Missouri Facifle has been forced to suspend traffic. Mrs. Louise Studden was drowned In Buf falo creek near Randall. Fa trick Mur ray and bis son were drowned In t'heyenne creek near Jamestown. Hallway rnmluctom In Conference. Fittsburg, Fa.. May 13 Nearly five thousand delegates and their friends were present in old city hall when Grand Chief Conductor E. E. Clark called to order the twenty-ninth bien nlal eoiivemioii of the Order of Rail-, way Conductors of the United States, Canada and Mexico. Little business was transacted at the opening session other than perfecting the organization, addresses of the oflbvrs and the read ing the reports of the various standing committees. l.nraln Menna I)nlne. Lorain, O., May 13:-Seven thousand dollars is now the sum available to enable the authorities to secure skill ful detective talent to work on the Relchlin murder case. ' It Is under stood that when City Auditor Malioney makes known the plan of campaign for investigating the. case the treas urer of the Order of the Precious Wood will send a substantial contribu tion to the fund. "I'rlnee of Sportu" llaiikrnpt. Chicago. Mav 13. Genriro V Ifmlr. ins, once known as the 'prince of tile sporting fraternity" or Chicago and whoso fortune was accounted at over $'J.0O( t.OOO, has been relieved of debts amounting to .?M1.(!1S by bankruptcy proceedings before .lodge Kolilsaat of the Fnited States district court. He told the court that he had no available assets. Aeed F.iiKiiierr men In Almnhoniie. Chicago. May r3.- Kynere Van Sickle said to have been the oldest living rail way engineer, has died in the alms house of Winnebago county. 111., t the age of ninety-six years. 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