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' Qna blood mrtm a clean rkin. No twauty without it. t'aacareta, Candy C'atbar tie claa jrwr blood aod keep it clean, ly tlrrint P the lazy liver and driving ail in Kritiea from the body. lgia toIsy to nieh pbnplea, boila, blotches, blackheadi, and that atckly bilious cotnplfiion by uLir, .Ciscarrta, beauty (or ten rent. All r!njj gU, aatialacUoo guaranteed, 10c, Sic, Vx. A eottoo a a J woolen rr.lll will i .toraty I' etai'iimna at in- joias bum I'koiu diu: j at t&e town of bunk. To Car A Col1 la One- Iay. Taa Lar Mt Hromo Quintan TaWeta, All Priflu r-''v' mn.i.v if it fail incur. iV rdi-jeno lx lf irn Allaitown Coan fl to IsoreiMo th rtty loan 0 l,0o" for pr naaiot lai(rov-tonta. TT-T-Da for Hfiy teata. f.aaranUNl tobacoo ba'K eure, tnakM weak awoac, blood jwir. Kc.L All Uru-,u Mar U an vnlnir tar, hlnin? iiarly throuR'ioat th- cU-tit, ami j now br far th tuoat latertltif ot thu planu. K4art Tone HowHa KTIn 'aiearata. famly Oathiiritr, mire rotwUpntlnii forever. UcSc XX CO C. fall, inigUU rvfuAJ moaex. Fir thousand chif lrini urj ?t.r llel la AI leotowa'a fublic KU'iolt. Ho. 11. ' T Car Constipation Forever TaknCmcaret rami Cathartic. Vncr&c If C C. C. foil to cure, drug urn la rtfuott iuuim.jt. A half-vlllloi. dollar' worth of Aintii ajlk !ini com Into the port of Tocoma, Wa.it., wittilu Im tlmo a wei-a. After phyalelatia had iovp - ip. I wa mvm nyrio ' urn -t.Ai.i'it Kkilo. Wil. la wport, !'., Nov. 171. Mnv, T'lDliw Sooth! 1 rnp for r.hfMren tetbf rir,Hf 'ena U.m kuiim, ridiirin,.' lull irnn Uom allay a.lri.R:trei win I nolle ij a OoUi VnnM la k alull'l morning ftir, In tho ouiha.t. Sho wa.i at hr umato.it brtlllau y tbo 6th of Iat month. F1U jiermanetit.lT cured. No fit ornTrom tp rttr flrnt tlir't nti of r. Kllnr'nfir'-at Narva Kaitorer. J2trlM huttlaaii'I trauf.No fr-e Vli.lt, II. KlJNK. Ltil..l.ll Arc f. St. i'liiU. 1100 lie ward. IOO. Tfca ral;r f tlli paper will ln pleatl ot laarn tlmt t'lero t At one lri;al- l di-- aae Uiat tnl-wm hut hv-n I1 Ui i-ur-i'ln nil ItattaptaK. ni.il tlmt In Tatirrli. IIill'x C' tarrri Dure In tha onlv po-it.ivn cttra known tu tha nirHir,l frnternlry. Catarrh hring rv ronatltutlanal 1li-o-i rfjtiiro' a nontit'J tiopal Uo-.ttiir.f. Hull's :ut irrh Cure t tak n Intei umly. acLinx dtirrtly on thn bll ant iiuir n nurfaci- of tlm r-tnni. tlieroby lca'roylng the foiindatlon of f.lin 'I'eane, and oIvIdk tho jiivtiitnt tri,'1h by buildiiii; up t.na i."rinfUtiij)ii aud aaaia'.InK nature In it Invl lf work. 'I ti prnprltitor hnvc t-o much faUhlolta i-nitiv pori that they olTcr Oilo Hundred I)oHri for auv rane that It fatlitooure. Send for lift of totlmoiiUla. AdHr F. J. Ciir.NRV tV Co., Toledo, o. old r liruiiKHt-. t.V, !UU'a a'aiully fills are Uia belt llctwcon 7,M)i) uii't 'i.diki notindfl of plug tolwuvo nro yearly furulshoil to llio tcu!tiul:iry iunntt) in Jllssis- ' ' 1 - : '- ( Out of Siaht Oat of Mind.' In other montfis ivc forget the liarsh winds of Spring, 'Bat they have their use, as some say, to bloiv out the bad air accumulated after Winter storms and Spring thaws. There is far more important accumulation cf badness in the veins and ar teries of humanity, which needs Hood's Sarsaparilla, ' This creat Snrinj Medicine clurifica the blood as nothing ele can. It cures Kcrofula, kidncv disc.afo, liver troubles, rheumatism am! kindred ailments. Tims Itivra perfect heallli, ftrcngth and ap petite (or months to come. ' KKIneyS - " My kidneys troubled me, 'and. on advice took Hood s Sarsaparilla which pare prompt reurr, better appetite. My sleep Is refreihin?. It cured my wife aluo. Mtr-HAKL Coylk, 3-1 7 J Ucmiy Street, rutsburx. Pa. Dyspepsia - Complicated with Hrer na RiUuey trouble, I sutlerert for years with dyapepsla, witlj severe pains. Hood's Sarsaparilla mado me strong nnd hearty, J. it. Kmkrton, Main Street, Auburn, Me. Hip Disease-" Five running sores on my htp cause! me to use crutches. Was rwitlnett to bed every winter. Hood's Sar- aaparllla saved my life, as it cured mc per fectly. Am strong und well." Awim JtosiRT, 43 Fourth St.. Fall Kiver, Mass. ITio4't PHU rata Ittr t:i. the non IrrltaMoi; and null "'tlirtlc to tko with ItiKwI't SarairlH The Strenjth of Instinct. ine oiominounu trials held on the tnoors near Scarborough, Eupland, aro Interesting rather as drawin:; atton tlon to a neglected and possibly valua ble form of nnional talent than for an contribution they made to our knowl edge ct what these dops can do. The runs were scarcely a mile in length nnd most of the hounds acquitted hemaelres creditably. The result nn snown tnat after Fom century ami a naif, during which the bived has not been trained or exercised In the work which was formerly the solo ribject for which It was kept, the dogs readily follow the trail of a man at once, and at a rapid pace. Cut heath ft Is the best eeentlns ground in Eng land, nnd it was largely over such moorlands that the Border blood hounds were used. If only required to fiollow a single trail there h Httlo doubt that the dogs would have gone Hot one mile, but ten. London Spec Utor. SINGULAR STATEMENT. Prom Mrs. Ranis to' Mrs. Pinkhara. Hie following letter to Mrs. Tink nam ironj mrs, w. KANK, No. 2,354 East Susquehanna Ave, I'hiladelphia, Is a remarkable statement of re lief from utter discouragement. She ays: . " I never caa find words with which to thank you for what Lrdia E. Vintr. ham'i Vegetable Compound has done for me. Some years ago I had womb trouble " w a ioug- nine, not see ing any Improvement. At time I would,j4ccl well enough, and other limes was miserable. So it until last October, I felt something terrible creeping over mc, I knew not what, lut kept gcttinjf worse. I can hardly explain ray feelings at that time. , I waj so depressed In spirits that I did not wish to live, although I u sTcrjiainy w nve for. Ilad hys- u.,tw very nervous; could not aleep and was not safo to be left lone. M Indeed, I thought I would lose my mind. No one knows what I endured. 1 continued this way until the last of February, when I saw In a paper a testimonial of a lady whose case was fdmilar, to mine, and who bad cured by Lydia E. IMnkhams Vcgcta- ir wiBpouna. i aetcrmincd to try it uu iki ner oner ine first dose. I well woman, and can say from mv Ti 4 wuu Jr tucn a medi- win, trm Tv..vk. i irs. linitUam lnvItCI all suffering jromon i to wrlta to hor at Lynn, Mass., Wr MTM4' AH lueh latf i He Anticipates the Goiden Wedding and Ruminatei HOW HE WON THE PARTNER, - Who Now Celebrates th: Happy Cxasioa Wiih Him -An Incident ia Kansas The Safe's Idea of tote. Thia U to be a play-a dram ia Tthicb there, are but two actors & hero cad a heroine. Fifty years Ro tbey wtre the bright particular star in this aauio 1'lay abd were the cynosures of many eyes and received the wurui congiutu lationa of kindred aod friends, but now the role of the drau.a ia reversed. The btars Lave faded nud lost their daz zling light. The actors caa co longer strut or pose upon the ttugo and the sympathetic audieuco must do the playing. 1'assire, pensive, atibdned and grateful, my wifo and 1 can only receive oar (riouds, listen to their ba'.a- tntions, rejoice with thone who rejoice and sympathize with thofo who nave bud sorrow. J'ifty years ago there was not a cloud hoverinz over our hori zon no upprehension of troubieor grief or death or war or any dire calamity. Hnght hopes and fond cST'CCUtionu filled our cup to tho brim aud Love's yoi eg dream made e.ry thing to teem beauti.'al. o breathed the pool n grateful prayer, it'll. n,A ;a -. .. !..! (U (lod, I thank Thee that I live." The memory of tbo?e halcyon dava is sweet ani lingers with us, but iu courso of time tho nawelcome contrast cauo. AfiLctions and anxieties invaded our humble homo. Kiekness cume, and death, and then war with all its hor rors. Then our dear parent passed way and left us to tight cur battles alone, and we have long since learned that lu9 a victory is to sutler and be ajroDg to look upon the bright side to enjoy the blessings of the present rather than lament thoso wa have lot or borrow tronblo that may never come. In lookinc backward over our wedded Iifo I can nay that we have had mere than our share of peace and joy of comfort and lnxury of health aud stiength; more than usually falls to the lot of mortals. An we look a round or read the public press we learn cf misery and distress, fcickness and want all over this blessed land, aud there arc thousands of unhappy creatures lan guishing in the prisons while their wives and mothers and children suffer and grieve in broken-hearted homes. It grieves us to think of those, and we can but rejoice that I'rovulonce has granted to us a better fate. We still havo liberty and neither wo nor our children nor our children's children hare ever Buffered for tho comforts of life. Home years ago, at a county fair in Arkansas, I was introduced to an aged couple who had been awarded the pre mium for briutfin? Uion the around the largest family and the most numerous posterity. J.ach ot theia had paaseel the four score mark, nnd while I was taking notes the old man said: "And you may put down that nary one of out ten sons or seven sons-in-law have ever been brought iuto court for anything that they have dono. And Mr. Arpyou may put down that mo and my wile have hvou, together sixty-one years and doiq ioidcu tho Uaptibt cliurch six'.v years ago, and enduriu' ail that lime 1 have voted the Democratic ticket; put that down, Mr. Arp. If I wero asked what is tho lever tnat moves the world, I would answer, "Jt is love." The poet savs: "All thoughts, all p&s&iout', all de lights Whatever stirs this mortal frame. All are but ministers of lovo And feed its sacred llamo." Education and religion and invention aro all levers, but stronger than all com- pincd is loveithelove of parents for their children and their children's children; tho love of husband andwife,yonnc men for thoir sweethearts or girls for tho i lovers, the love of friend for friend aud of tho generous and philanthropic for humankind, the love of home and coun try and the scenes of our childhood, the hills and vales and springs aud streams. the trees and flowers that adorn them. Walter Scott never wrote a stronger or truer verso than when he said: 'Love rules the camp, tho court, tho grove, And men, below and paints above, For love Is heaven and heaven is love." Fond memory goes back to niv own yonthful days when I was a school boy ana lovea a rretty lass of twelve sum mors and she knew it, and when at out books on opposite sides of the room ever and anon she glanced at me ami always blushed when l returned hei gaze. It was an incentive to mo to atudy and keep up with her for she was good scholar. At the weeklv spelling' bee, when all of us stood in a semi-circle half round the room she generally cot head and staved there. and I generally got n6Xt to her andsiy- y neia ner nana in mino and staved . 1 i. rri l i i i ,,- , iuti v, iug. iuvi was out n scuooi oov love and with time and separation it fad ed away. Then I went to tho institute and was prepared for college aud in dne time became a sophomore nt what is now called tho. University of Geor gia. I fonnd many sweet and rreltv girls m Athens, and during my second year fell desperately in love with one oi them. Ah, how gently she tolled me alone ana how sweetly she toyed with me and sang the same old story "Wil you walk into my parlor, 8aid tho si i der to the ay and 1 walked in. bhe was kind, very kind, and said she would always lovo me as a sister. Alas, these sisters who are of no kin. llv addresses were rejected and all I could do was to smite upon my breast and exclaim: "Maid of Athens, ere wo part. Give, oh give me back my heart," But time is a good doctor, and in a few months I was well and ready for an- otner spiaer. When neanng the close of my. col lege life my father's extreme illness called me home aud I took charge of his mercantile business. Three years before, when I went to college, I left behind me a sweet little hazel-eved. Diaca-naireu uruueue wno was c school girl in short dresses and panta lettes. Soon after my departure shr. lengthened out her dresses and was 6ent by her father to Augusta, there to nmab bar education. We both re turned home about the same time' and I was both surprised and delighted to find her a fnll blown rose, a brunette maiden as dark as Pocahontas and as shy as a fawn. She wore number uva tuu Bbct'ixju uae a tiecr. one mas then just sweet sixteen and I bad . . . , i t . i reason to believe had never had a full grown lover. Her father was a wealthy and distinguished lawyer. Her mother was a Holt with a strain of Indian blood in her veins, that came straight down from Pocahontas through the Randolphs of Virginia.. That Indian maiden had loved Captain John Smith. ana as x naa a strain of smith Llocd m my veins I saw no reason why ihi maiden should not love me and I deter mined to play tho spider myself, The village graveyard was near the big gtte that stood at the end of the avenue that led to her father s house. A smart young lawyer of the town had begun his visitations at the naternal mansion witn serious intent, but one dark night he became frightened near the graveyard and declared that some ooqy snot at mm. x caa uogun my visits, too. and it was whispered aronnd ion ii vii i. wno uaauiou me young Uwvar arwl fltnrari him ntT tho f r.nir Of Ai A a T 1 1 x 1 at oa"B tbr Wfl 00 tai'iviB tbis, for I I did net hahVay afte in ftlrsna Yiwt. II m i If and it took c( a lots time to erv come tar sorer stitioa and to fe-el calm and serene on the way. Hat I did, and fcoinetimei wonid get within the en closure and ait upon a tomb-s'one aaa , rammate and wait for the spirits to ; come. i liut this little narrative is becoming -telious. To me it is lengthened sweet- ness long drawa oat, for it did not tike rae long to fall deeply, depprte- j ly, devotedly ia love an my opiniou , was then and still is, that Cupid shot us both at tea with the same arrow. ' A g;rl of sixteen who has never had a j lover is easily cai;tnred by a smart. t handsome, proruiding youn? man, and ; my wife will teil you that I was all of ; that and more, too. j I remember, ohye, I remember, bow ( one moonlight Bight, when we were j tukmg a walk with a party of yoUrg ! eoj le and I had ventured to take her Laud in miuo as I recited some jretty ' verses from (ioldsmilh's "Hermit," 1 said: "And now, my dear girl, wb : sh'.ulilent we love each other and mate a lid marry like the birds." The gentle ' pressure cf her hand was auswei enough and I drew ler closer to tut, aud Kissed ner. ".She wept with pity and delight, bhe blushed with lovo and virgin ehatne. And like the murmur of a dream 1 heurd her Lrtulhe mv name." "She half inclosed me in her arms, She grossed roe with a meek embrace. Anj boi:diug back her heal looked up And gazed Uito my face." That is the way that Coleridge won his tleaevievo his bright and beaute ous bride; and on (that same line did I win mine, bhe wan-not my first love, but I was hers, bless her heart. On love, delicious, angelic love, the boon from heaven, the comfort of the soul! When I was young uty father Ln:ule me ct Limit to memory tht "Hermit" and "Geneyieve," "The Kong of tho Shirt," "Gray's Elegy," "Marco iicarifc" and rnauy other po etic pieces, and I love to recall them, for there is no such poetry written now. They help to mold and establish , the emotional character of the young I and to lis their moral principles, lie hud a fear cf Uyron and kept it from me until I was older Byron of whom Mc Cauley said: "His othics were com pounded of misanthropy and volup tousnesi and whose two command ments were to bate your neighbor and love your neighbor's wife." 1 cannot write poetry but I love to recite it. Sometimes when I hovo be.cn long absent 1 would sup in at nignt auu our prise my wife and children as they wore gathered around the hearthstono, and gently opening the door, exclaim: "Turn, Angelina, ever dear, My charmer, turn to see Thine own, thy long lost William here, lieatored to love and thee." Such sweet courtesies help to restore tho equilibrium between the joys and sorrows, the ups and downs of married lifo. Wo can make it happy if we choose, but one cannot make it sc alone. It takes two for happinest was born a twin, Bill Akp in Atlanti Constitution. MEXICAN INDIAN INDUSTRY. Teeth Cut Benr-Trap Fashion and PI tjjed Liberally With Iron. Mr. Leopoldo Uatres, National Cur r.tor of Mexican Autiouiries, has made i:n innn-estiug -present to his friend. Jm Howe, the dentist. It consists of some articles discov ered in Hie tombs of Mitla. The arti cle': in question are a portion of a nkidl. a glass bead, a little copper bell, just like those which t.re at this day tied about tho necks of kittens, and an upper left bicuspid tooth with a circu lar Incrustation of . pyrites of iron vi front, all from the saaio skeleton. It is no new fact that sonic of the aboriginal pnoples. of Mexico wore or- iinnients or incrustations in their tetM.h. Lie. Alfredo Ohavero possessed it front tooth taken from a toub at I'aleiique, in the middle of which a xeen stone is set. Sometimes the in- crust aliens were of gold, and the in crustations of iron pyrites, when they were new and the sulphur iu them was fresh, undoubtedly shone like old. There is reason to suppose that only the eight front upper teeth were m crusted, at any rate as a rule, for a second bicuspid given by Mr. Uatres to Dr. ltojo, the young Mexican den tist, iu Dr. Howes ofliee, and also ta ken from the Mitla tomb, is without any such incrustation. On the other baud, a cauiue, given by Mr. Batres to Dr. ltojo, has the incrustation, and also affords evidence that these orna ments wero made during life and not after death. The present, condi tion of the tooth shows that the in crustation had -reached the mere cav ity and destroyed the life of the tooth a process that argues life in the sub ject, as decay of the teeth does not occur after death, the microbes or or ganisms which cause decay dying with the individual. As to the object and significance of these incrustations, they are a matter of conjecture. Thej" may have been affected by all who could afford them. of they may have been a distinction mark of some rank or caste. What is evident from the specimen possessed by Dr. Bojo is that they must have caused suffering to those who used them, aud, therefore, it is to be in ferred that the fashion or custom which prescribed them must have had a strong social or religious sanction. Another custom revealed by the teeth found ia these prehistoric tombs is that of notching the teeth so as to form dove-tailing indentations. Each contiguous pair of upper front teeth were notched for a certain distance upward and sideways, so as to bear a resemblance to battlements turned up- ide down. The lower teeth were al ternately cut off and left of their nat ural size, so as to fit in with the notches above. In other words, a lower tooth situated below a cavity above was left of its original size, and the adjoining tooth was cut off for some distance. Of course, the upper and lower teeth thus treated would not meet at once, but it is a fact well known to dentists that if an upper tooth is cut off, the corresponding low er tooth will gradually grow up to it. and. vice versa, if a lower tooth is sawed off, the corresponding upper tooth will grow down to it. Therefore, in course of time, the notched teeth of these prehistoric Indians fitted inte one another exactly, and must have given them a peculiarly firm grip up on anything they got between their teeth. The fragment of skull which Dr. Howe has, as well as the tooth, is col ored red, which must have resulted from their being dipped in mercury. This was naturally a post mortem op eration. The cavity in the tooth in which the incrustation of iron pyrites is inserted (it is loose now and easily comes out) is perfectly circular and symmetrical. It argues good instruments and skill ful workmanship. The instruments used were of tempered copper, the art of producing which has been lost. The little bell taken from the tomb, and which is also one of Dr, Howe's valued possessions, is green, of course, but it is otherwise in perfect preserva tion, and it tinkle just as audibly as it did when deposited la tho tomb, thousands ot yearn ago. by g ?$gf af A Cct?r:c of f'hrderers Pay ihe Death Fcnaity Friday. m DOUBLE HANGING IN CANADA. WcnaJ:crcd at on 1 :e Scaffold; 5-c was a Church Orjaa it but f retailed os Her loer to kill H:r Husb:aJ. Atrecial from St. ScLclatiqne.Cjae., eays Mrs. (,'ordeiia l'oirier and Samuel t'arslow weie hanged here Friday. The drop fell at .(". Life was declared extinct in minutes, tho necks of both having been broken. Mrs. loir:er,who said farewell to Ler relatives at mcht, waa firm and collected tt;roa:;hout. The crowd iuside the jail jeered at her, but even then her composure did notdeset her, and at the suggestion of the execu tioner fche turned and faced the jeerers, and ftocd erect aud i rayed to tne last. Tarslow exhibited much less courage. and wits more deadthau alivo when the drop fell. The condemned were taken to the scufifoid toparately and were pre vented from teeing each other by a hcieen placed between them. Six hundred men, who remained up all niLt, witnessed the execution. Tho woman and her lover, Parslow, were handed for the murder of Isidore l'oirier, the woman's husband, on Sun day, November 21, l?:i7. The crime was committed in the l'oirier home in St Canute, Quebec. For the Murder of !!is MoJher-in-Law- A special from Glasgow, Ky., says: John Franklin was hanged at 1:10 a. in. Friday for tho murder of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Bowles. A great crowd was iu the town, but only a limited number was admitted to the eutdosuro to witness the execution. Franklin professed to havint: experi enced roliion and stepped to the scaf fold smiling. Hanged in New Jersey. Louis Roebe was executed by hang ing Friday in the Union county jail at Elizabeth. N. -J.. for the murder of James C. 1'itt.s, of Summit. Hanged in Savannah. John Charlon, colored, was hanged Friday at Savaunah, Ga., for the mur der of Meat Inspector Harry McLeod on September lUh last. Charlon in tended to kill another man, but shot McLeod. Raided the Dispensary. A special from Raleigh, N. C, says further particulars in regard to tho conduct of the Tenth Immunes were received here Friday from the towns along the Seaboard Air Line. Between Atlanta nd Monroe they shot Flagman Sam Senly in tho heel, inflicting a painful wound. At Monroe they raided tho dispensary, carrying off some 7o packages of whibkey. At Hen derson they came near killing an old white man named Crosier. In Weldon, the last point at which they stopped in this State, their con duct was the worst. . At tho point of a pistol they forced John Battle a worthy colored man, to drink seven glasses of liquor. Battle fell down senseless soon after drinking the liquor and died be fore a physician could be summoned. Tho riotous troops forced their way in to (stores and saloons, taking whatever they wanted. They fired upon a switch man who failed to run at their com mand and spoko insultingly to those Avhom tuev met upon the Btreots. V ages of Railroad Hands Advanced. More, than 3,000 employes of the roadway department of the Chicago, Kock Island & Pacific Railroad are to be made happy by an increase in pay. Vice President aad General Manaser Parker, of the company, - gave notice F'riday that commencing at once, every section hand and employe of the road-" way department on every lino of the 2,000 miles of tho big system would have his wages advanced from 5 to 10 per cent. Protest Withdrawn. Tho Chinese Foreign Office at Tekin has received a dispatch from St. Pe tersburg saying that as a result of ne gotiations between Russia and Great Britain, the Russian minister there will withdraw his protest against the lions: Kong contract. The Hong JKong contract is identical with the Niu Chwang contract. Change in Cuban Government. The administration is contemplating a chanjro in some features of the gov ernment of Cuba. It is probable that the military government will be re placed, to a certain extent, with civil government. Tho head of the govern ment must of course remain military, but the chance in contemplation is to have civil officers in places of the mili tary men ii? the cabinet and subordin ate positions. TCTai Greensboro Steel Plant Sold. The plant of tho North CarolinaSteel and Iron Company at dreensdorO, has been sold to a party of capitalists rep resented by Brown, Itogers fc Co., of New York. Mr. S. G. Noble, one of the pioneer iron men of Alabama, is in terested iu the new company and was largely instrumental in effactirg the Bale. Only One Senator for Delaware. Tho Democrats and regular Republi cans of the Delaware Legislature, who have been such in rcrtant factors in the triangular senatorial fight, have had an understanding which amounts loan agreement to disasree. This means that Uelaware will have only one Senator at Washington for two years. Contract Given for an Electric Railway. Tho Tennis Construction Company, of Philadelphia, has been awarded a contract for the construction of an electric street railroad from Norfolk to Sewell'a Point, Ya. Tho contract calls for the building and equipment of the power house and furnishing of the rolling stock. According to a dispatch to The London Times from Sydney, N. S. W.. no fewer than 200 persons perished in the hurricane that has just swept the northeast coast of Queensland. Tiie Bear Backed Out. The British lion and the Russian bear came to uncomfortable close quarters last week, over the Chinese imbroglio. The newspapers had al ready besrun to talk of a serious crisis aad a prav outlook, but the diplomat ic switchmen again succeded in ward ing off a collision on tbe subject of the Northern Railroad, a conflict being averted by a Russian backdown, act ( cording to the jingoes, and by a com- rrmise according to more impartial observers. Rev. J. H. Caldwell, D. IX, a prom iment Methodist divine, died at Dover Del., in his TSth rear. ' Shooting in a Court House. A special from Bristol, Ya., says that while ex-Congressman James A. Walker, contestant for the seat of Judge Rhea in. the Fifty-sixth Con gress, was cross-examining Rhea's witnesses, he became involved in a quarrel with Wm. A. Hamilton, of counsel for Rhea. Walker shot Ham ilton in the abdomen and Hamilton may dia Walker was shot in the arm and shoulder, but not seriously wound ed. Ho and 020 of his friends hra hare beea arrested. Walker was shot Ja4jtilUfi AN EXCEILENT COMBINATION. SUCCESSFUL ENTERPRISE CASED ON MERITS. Th ImporUac f lalornalae th. rahlie r th Valo of Art. el Thjoujta the IraWllac '.ppr. The few remedies which have attain 1 to wide-worM fame, as tmtr tneO-rlal la ef- fet auJ ffivln SAtt-fa-tiwn to million uf peopl everywirr. are the product -t the koowiedsoof tbe m.5t eajlneut phy sicians, anl prMcid tn the for most acceptable to the husr.an system hy tue skfil of th world's preat ctetnlat: an 1 ue cf tLe mt-M suce-f ai rxaa-.pi- t t'tr hyrop or 1 1 rs reauuiaoiurtvi t,yi--- k.i lornla Fig' yap t'nii a host ci irrigations and -Lap t.utltute. Syrup of Fist is permaneiitly benrflcial in its : and tti-re!re hr and promote g'1 t!taltb. while inferior prt-priitioij are inc er.-t j.ide and forsvtiea. In fdla tt:na If n rm-dy ;.iv teaiporary relief t individual !:ere anl th-re. it V7-v. thought gfol. Lut Dow-a-days a Imative rta:edy must Rive satisfaction to nil. If you nave never used Smp of I'iit. ive it a trial; yo'j will 1-" pleased with it. and r-- . . m m a. I, , . i f.Ii,,!, . . w ti. am TS-li., UIIIUJIUM . , ill- w ummM r m . j sunt-r irorsi constiaiiMn. over-t--a:nir. i colds, badachs, bllin' s. or other Lis resulting from an inactive conditio-! t." kiduey, liver and b W'?l!. In the process of manuM-tunnT tie pleasant family lasttlve ran 1 by th . - , ; m i tt - I t i. unarm rii; r-vrup ir., n i ii itnr-cj 1U1 Ul L 113, 1.3 HITJ lirO'l, fl3 HI- : properties of the remedy are obtained from j a:i excellent combination of j l.iuts known J to I e ine,!:-maiiy laxative anil to act mot j Lene'lciallv. A.-, the true and criminal ' remedy, earned Svrupof Fi?s. i.s tnacuf-te. tured by the C.nlilorni.i Fi Syrup Co. only, a knowledge of tiiat faet will assist in avoiding tbe worthies in.itations :i;uuu- faeturel by other parties. The Company lias selected for vears pn"t the leading pub lications of the United States through whi-.-h to inform the nublio of the merits of it remedy. Uses of Palp. It almost as '.f ihe old saying, "cot ton is king," might bo revised to apply to woodpulp. WMdpuIp has been used as a substitute for iron, ivory aud in numerable kinds of nuiinal and veg trrblo. fibre. As u rnaterial for car wheels the manufacturers have found it superior to any kind of metal, being about three times as durable as sleel and much more elastic. It has been found available an a male-rial for pav ing brb-ks, drain tiling and conduit- for lecetric cables. Eor ivory, which is becoming scarcer every day, cel lulose is the lcst substitute that hai yet been found. When properly ttcai ed it is practivally proof against beat and moisture, hence it has boon found superior to timber as a material for telegraph poles and screws. Cannon, too, and bicycles are made out of woodpulp in Germany and Chicago re- , spectively; while a Frenchman has ! succeeded in producing a thread from the substance, winch he declares can be worked into all sorts of fabric?, i A Vienna inventor declares that his" woodpulp leather is superior to ;;iii- m.il leather in fineness and durability. Amoau other articles made ot wood- pulp are boats, canoes, cuspidors. pails, flower-pots, tables, chairs, bu reaus, barrels, wagons, horseshoes. aud imitation porcelain ware. The manufacture of ilk from woodpulp ii now an important industry in England and France. Inventive Age. Narrow fcscape of rifty People. Fifty people narrowly escaped death at Chicago in an accident to a Halstead street electric car, at North Halstead street bridge. Approaching the bridge at rapid speed, the motorman failed to notice that the bridge was open. Wrhen within a few feet of the rivor, ho dis covered tho danger and put on tho brakes, at the same time endeavoring to reverse the electric curreuL Tn spite of his efforts the front part of the car ran down the abutments of tho bridge and hung there. One foot fur ther and it would have plunged into ! tho river, '60 feet below, and at. tt waa crowded with passengers, the loss of life would probably have been large. Do not think for a sinsle moment th2t corumption will ever strike you a sudden blow. It does not come mat way. It creeps its way along. First, you tbik it is a little cold ; nothing but a litt'i; hack ing cough ; then a little loss in weight: then a harder cough; then the fever and the nip.ht sweats. The suddenness comes when you have a hemorrhage. lictter stop the dises&e while it is yet creeping. lou can co ;t vita You first notice that you cough less. The pressure on the chest is lifted. That feeling of suffocation is removed. A cureisliastenedfcyplacingoneof Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster over the Chest. A Book Freom It is on the Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. - . . ' , Wrtta am "roey. If rc;u have any complaint whatever and dea'.re the best medical art Tic tou can pouU1t receive, write tbe doctor , f reelv. Tou wil I receive a Dromnt renlT. I DR. J. C. AVER. Lowell, Mul. I 3 A Torpedo Catcher. Tbe new torpedo-defense net, or crinoline, for the British navy, is sup posed to be impenetrable to any tor pedo, eveu when armed with a cutter. It is considerably heavier than the old pet, but can be handled just as easily. Each net is- twenty-five feet wide, twenty-eight feet deep, weighs seven teen hundred and fifty pounds, and consists of sixteen thousand wire meshes. Each mesh is secured by six small rings; these, combined witii ihe small size of mesh, render it prae iically impossible for the cutter of a torpedo to make any impression on it o euro, or Conssnpsii8.l ti 1 You can do it with I - ODiiiiiii Boll tan n wmmmM Tbe Orrssaa I UMc The JcaJxi rraiden f th r-.bMlc to bi.UfU'p Mvlcg atii -k:r:c. rvu.a J fiwh bV Her Ifviwa g cue another as ."-rt- -o manr p a. th- li.-jor;; l'"t it s :fcr by owi: handv knw. :tul ni full alu- of wrr Ur-utexr rlndi. :b1 In r c-lT.--: au-l oak. unaurpw-ablc. For recreation or.l th-ah-ar j got w.'ih l.cr.fa nily t t;- garden., i on u:.iiti.cr evt'iat'ii'i .nid !.. kr.'U ' wb.1- t.rt listens to the tuuv.o. Kr j eryiody ;:t Gi-rmaJ v ih l' tt-i vtitnfa reath of ttiK:t iin.tr -n t. them. a they Ugi:i e-arly In thv tv.n n;. lau b-j. and eti Pfp c nrt u.t i.s-.ial. IwII. rs rt tL ixiunirv -nv v nu-uteti ';t!i tl.f rtally rti.ad a:id .oru.ou ta-k, at: 1 ij,:l('-.t'ii frTM ti:.l.:: .x u. "I t. G siuau girl. a a rvW. is cot ambi tious. ttmt Tka'r-t aa4 Saor Vaar life To quit :o:at3ro ei..y aial forerer. Ie mac r.'Jtie. lu.l Cf nrrvc i-rt ..-cr. ta'-e No T IIjc. the fjne" wirL'r, that n a". ir.r-ri hiror-c. All lalCis.t-i.-''iK':. Cure n--rac-t-l BukS-i tnd isamvle free- Ai'Jrefs fa'.crllts Ueardy Ca. Ct.:cc3 tr New Vera. Kreverort La., l , (V, i ftb Lad tk trifi 1 sIKodcrn Science Recognizes &s a Disease the Blood v There is . popular 'dcA, trm thib dicc is caused by exposure to cold, and that seme loclitic rc .nrcctccl with tt more th&n others Such conditions frequently ij? pro-mote the development or the Oi'jCc. vt but trom tne r&ct tiAt thi Mime M m ccriCvin rmmcs. t s novfn to m it&ry. &nd .consequently & disease (f blood. ' Anon; oldest -r i - krowrn r-ierV- 'f r.li.iT. Ill . Van;:uriv. He 'ha alw .w 1ti fr,ei ;sn n.'.r fit :it "-! ,1 !i I . of that pincr. He v.a the f.rt Pt-xl .- loin; t.m-- has ix.ro a Jt'Mior of t'ie l- -vr. l!r s.iv-, : -1 J ..J : : ictt-r of rhruUMtiMn for a imi'ilct o: ye :: .m.l IV. iin sorj intense. 1 trird all UiC plo; tkt.tTy Ctu.-'-m I v-: Vi::.' ot Si-.t vl.t'ut received uo r li f. "I liuallv til.iced roy aiti p-r'tnl hv.i .? .. - 1 .1 v i ?e1.t:i h-m lor son? t!ir.c, but tV.i-y l".nd tn io :m urn- K'"-l- '' ,:h vv hoju-s of relief ncatlv ci'.vuis-ied 1 i.rvlnii i.t ;- irj,it,ii!.j lr. u "...t.;. I'uik rill for I'alc People, whuh iiv';i- d rr.: .!: . th. -u 1 . . to Ket rid vi .he tt-niM.- ll-ac ami !i-:i.;lit t. t.r ot t-" pi'.!. I rt turns; then: oout Man-It, iS7- All't I "-el. tak lu 1, .. 1 . . jih tely ciirerf, nnd the ;am has anrr t :. I t -t: V. .: . :v i -t r.- ciur I hawwr l.iti n, an.! au .iS'.iuj kl uvy time l titily to . -ti ! tacrita.' Blj, t ..! Junn. Tne ccfiuir?, sold only in pick- per box The Potash Question. A thorough study of the sub- ject has proven that crop fail- urcs can be prevented ly usinj fertilizers containing a large . e T. f percentage Ot Potash ; nt "plant can rrov without Potash. 1 to . . .... . We have a btilcboli on the subject of Potash, 'written Ly authorities, thai we would like f!b send to every farmer, free uf cost, if he will only write and ask for it. ' "v"'. 93 Nassau St., New i ork. Queen of tier Soldier. In Holland just now there U the liveliest satisfaction at the appal cut I interest Quccu Wilhehuimi tdiows in her army, lteceui ly. while at ! o? her country residences, word wa.t brought that a regiment w.n ap. proaching cm a praclicw m:ir-l .-nil would soon pas? the reidonce. Sti oiounted hurriedly. galioiiHt ut t meet ihe dust.v. trav I st.iincd tffps. saluted the olncl. aii t. imtting Iit self at tho head t.f the -oluinu. p.-r-soualij' led it in front cf the ,ueen Regent Emma, giving the word f command for tho fcaiute as it parsed her mother. Queen Wilhclniina TicM bcr first re view of tlio army uf tho Ncthorlr-iids since usccuuiag the throne at K-i. kuni Ileide, - near Aruhclci, ta St-p:. 21 last. There were aniout 20000 soldiers of all arms present, and as their yonus queen rode onto the licld sbo cvoki.il an. almost frenzied enthusiasm auion thorn nnd tho iieople. Ii was at iirst decided that Queoa Wilhelmina should appear at the re view wearing the uniform of a g. eral of llio royal horse guards, dark blue with gold facings, epaulets nud the other insignia of rank. Her ma jesty, however, promptly vKood tlie proposition and wore :i white smzon riding habit with the regulation iall black hat. She ode her pet ponv, "baby." 3ackis a Great Eater. Our Jack of the navy I. not only a great talker, but a great eater, and in many cases a good share of bis $it; :t mouth goes for food to sapplertipnt Ms regular rations. Tho ration is reck oned at thirty cents a day, and it con sists of good, substantial foo.1 la what a landsman ashore would consider lib, eral quantity. Under the regulations, fresh meat and fruit cannot be served oftener than four times a week unless ordered by the surgeon; but this is co privation, for the old tar. accustomed to a diet, of hard ta.-k aud 6alt Junk, often complains if he Is forced to eat soft bread and fresh meat. On all ships some of tbe rations are cominut-c-d-that Is, drawn in money. At one time it was in the discretion of th: captain to commute any of the sail ors' rations, but the regulations now limit commutations to on-fourth o the whole number. Philadelphia Press. The Shanghai correspondent of The London Daily Mail savs that Japan is supporting China in her resistance to the Italian demands for a concession at San Man. noaey roftiatictt ny your Vk tVAE " ' 1 """SSSiBSSSSSSSSfBlllMMBSJilSJfaHMMBlBBMMififMBM l Vcu Will NcKnowl a kf- la-rh Ter VB X -r - -j- ar. W.r c r t A i . i A cln"i U' I - t4 I X sif lHv utiM'.ti-i Jet. - s- " a. 1 M i r,- a t. . v . .' tr . : i-t ojtt. 'r, , :iS - t y-i.t'-i V . -. -.. f v...... l l',.ji,l;-.':.. fcr V Wi.i,5;jte,i:.T-ne pin t.m k ir At.el.f-' '' 4 if r :c-f l- tw lSa.l,il, J t. . -:. tttj , -Sat' C-rt-t'.-.-.rV '' T 9 m -a IJuIius Hines & Son, I & MrpC. S! ' r.allliaor-. f. runs hcred-fW the m i .Mart irl t ! la t:t ! tV :it 1 of " t::, ... ar IT V rf rM iiii'i ftrWitli imi 1 41 I1I11IUY v s,- ti. Jl:z New aj! 0.-ar.:ri:ni. TI - . . . . me new crganiar.on o; ific caw 11 1 beaded by Admiral tlov-rgo Ivwcy, who cow holds tho bigbcsl rank f nuy ofllcer In either aru' cr navy in Urn United States, aud tLc following re tho rear admirals of lha fir it -il n.-oi;.l. clasi given ocpordins to tLe.r rank: i '.. ... ..i... . I .i ..v ... . . 11 it... Howisoa: i, Kaniz; i:uiry; I'm- piuar; ., iumon; ?, i:oiK-,r,a; V, i-ohley. Si-con l c!a: Ji, '; 1', ! Sampson: 12. Cruriwe!!: I t. I'iid: 11. I VS:.;;."- V"'v- j I o rear aJmuals cf thi Cit rla embrace one L.a.f -f l, aiJd Jiav j tho rank and ray , t,'.ajr veucral in riur. a l ti...- t tji0 o i. i J clas Lave the rar.U aa l a v or a Lr;a licr general. It wiil l, hid hat hchloy n ninth on the list f.f the fin-t tlaa and now ranks ss a major g-ucral 4 the unuy w.'.li the fcicntbiy pay f , c wiiue iieur .tuiuirai r-atupaoa is jfcctood iu the itoc1 claf.a with ILu I tn L- - ti.l i r -w . ft ..-..I: general iu ti.e !,srofe; :K nuy. and the luoiithly a. --4m av . 1 'V Va5 T3E HCTLlXvCE CF SYEU? CF FIGS Is due not only to the onria'ity and simplicity of the combination. ,l:t tcith! care end fki!! with vii.V.i it . panufa.-iur-d by MrientSSc processes i:r.oivn to the C u.iro:::ciA, Yin :syi:ci ' o. only, and v.'.- winit t. 5rr.pr-M, upon all the iropott&nte cl purchasing1 the true and oriyinal renvdr. As the genuine Syrup of Pigs is tnatiufact xr-a by tiio Cjllifotixia I'm Murr Crt. or.ly, a kno-.vitlfce of tlit fact villi a.-.'iitt as in uvr.idcg the worthk-j.'i i.nitationt raanuf?c-tared by olber par Xi. The LiiTh standing f the Cam For.."!lA l io Svi::;p Co. r.-.th the inli calprifesiion. and tttibfaction which the genuine? Syrup .f Fig J,as riven to minion.", of fa:u:llei. u Ucz th nume nf the Company a ;,t;arantr of the c.cei.et.cr; of it remedy. It L, far in advance of all Lbcr laxalivi-. is it act on the hidr.rjs. liver &ad bowels v.itiut irriutinr or weaken ing theru, and it -lots not irririe nor ninseaU. In ortler tort: I it. UncCcial ffects, plesi rua.lier t'.ic iiiime cf Ihe Coin party CALIFORNIA HG SYRUP C9. rStMIMfl, Cat. tvecisTuxE. uj. tw vcac. x t. TrrA,rTrr:- er ti ty.t b tVa7-w- " ' wH ivt ti- at setitt .-ia. f oatiat.nial Co .N.w. rf . fvr l-twur Pa.d -rs m ltni t Uia HCTIC'K U n rnm rli m4ertip,m Llallv riliiii I til. hi.r I. i.i.. 4. ..: . meai iri;iir u. 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'.ll I ! Tmc f'aerar 'i -iar. TmIo ..o i , r.i ri '-l. . I Ttampion'sEie Wsltr for alx )rn t ivrna l Him ffl ti r . ri ;..mi l ..u: i . ,,. , - 1 t.S.:l" :-tt f !.. ! m... I ' . A I t t ti.14 k.,'l 0I.-I ' - 4 . fi U 111 M. ..LI i-t-i ,i.i. i:!i At mm . t n ! i :.. -j'..!.' lrif,iinl, t,:.tll I ui b . t r iu niy u--. ' uiti If. Mt .i ii T.i .r.. I-i!.nlile I'liK-til Tl r W .li;- In, . .. e ... CUHE CONSTIPATION. ( ,mvmm. ItiVnmr. bntMl. mrK. ali UOMaj K nvlll.l i i.t aii . tU i2 PROOF. It la a ev tattler tMl.ra t), at a r u ' r ! tileiitil -r.Ut n.ti. 1L; Ainacia' turera ; BKEUMAOIBE lev it t ' r. lti 1 lute jw tr" tif":l r.t. I'i1.v:j . ur 1 J i'.Hip. WiTlUViOlit.ill f., Amnirtli'i tn liav reeri.tlr r''rn 3-.'aa. r l1t .ajll r Tier livl ebrt'ti it are: U-r. J. 1.. Vvlr. Karti. N. t Mr. J. F. fv.tlt.fcn. J J I . tvr4. N. tr.-n:Mr A lin.. tirm.. iti.nt wi-r- iti. '.a;.... i,y.r. t .ii. L'lle.a rc.i.-i1 fttan.Katiaae fiT..l. isiiraniaeide i in a etr 1 m. Matvaiaetti-lbTT?.. HCeeiHCaXfica ail.l.IMI :. tt If-rc wi'v-mi ). STXXBCa Saw Mills SI 29 TO S929.00 TfUU Iuproifw I.'op un4 IMt i.tW. nt.i: ! TI.LTII ! M-.Il. Enrjiaes, Ecilcrs aad Maciun-rj All !il:ifl anl ll'jalre fa- air,.. Cliarilii,,4.:tea.lu-Hii.clljMi0ra,taaaw : and I itflage. L0M35P.D iRO'J Vi'ORK 1 1UPFLY CO.. ATCt FTA. GA. DPnDt2Vliri'iigiivuiiM a O i -. 4a w Eiuk tl tM .l..i4 (t 4a' liUMl t rcw. n. a. a. tuu a aaa. fc ti. atatai. a. jyjOHEY.IH CHICKENS. Se-J u ccnls Iu ttampa for Bovk. book rtuLisiiixo norsr. 134 Leoivaril Street. . . ,.. L f 11 FROM niWl! SAWS 5 Pi W CATHARTIC l;ifc. rADt a.0iTtrf.9 XIE mlr t. , .t t jJ r"uf :-...... ft,- I ' 4 r.i-s.i'-", l - , i i & ti . i at' .' 4 i I ftj -i4iic4lf.. r ' ' I V fff l- If , . !. la.4M M 10 DO Lt. Ad 3 WOWTH roc 10c ia ... .4 T . . . t'..i. im tf : I n aflk t ' t. i t 4 -t i,. i jm " ' I i 4.iM 4 i4J 4 hv'. i I im.. i m K W-. , 44i l . -' Jk . m, ..... 4) . l.fM fjf u i t I'C .44.4, 14 4. 4 -44.tw. Fr.raiti U. f.v k im1 At a1 K k .ic.f !iu T!ni- riit V.it C Miutiii Icwd.va. f am i'a- S err Time tf 1-n XI III l a tt nLift All tUat ILLS Beat C-oach irrcjL Tmim(M. Cm ht'rai Kurd fir H"r-rra. I U? C3 CQZ (1