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Wife of Hoxer Leader.
She (i Mid to bf n rouit ambitious woman who he 'h- lowager m press i "h 'fni women rlvaii jam in 'ii' i f ii'hi-i" if iK-r touatjr " or. ' lu' i I !iini in ;:i tn- Col. DlcKman. la Lieut -roi. Joseph i. Dlckman of ti. Juih U. 8 infantry. MaJ.-Oen. Ckaf fee wx urea for hit staff on of the best ttVers tu the U t. army. Col. Dick man, previous to hi appointment m major ami latnr nontenant colonel In th Jfi'h win rapuln In tbe Ith ear Irr Hp : a native of Oslo and w.i unpointed to Waal Point tram I Da'n Aa a etu- dent in the mill i tary eohoot ha dis played marked re- I paclty yu vary popular and waa graduati-d wall up In the !.( of I Ml I lat ini; ' :i rear- 1 . I .n i f.i'.ii anl '"ma an impart i .r. in tit waa j r t Ii r i ivii'jr ii'.uii'ii i f Hi.' rv- . ' 'ii xhi'li h wna assigned. Hefore '. i Mllti.- 'noke out between tha Unit I -'int. ,, Spain Hickman eerved In i!.. ww. down n the Taa bor I. r wh-re In I1M, with 10 men, ha ' m. . eedcl in rounillni up two notorl- f "uk rnvolutionary leaders on Laluart. r-ck. In Texas Tbla ha did attar n long und )iHZ.in.. night march, sur- toindlng a house full of desperate liaractera and taking hla men without itiltig 4 aht. Col. Dtckman. MIH KINI -I.i TSAY fcuiaMnl warfdi.' in Ji I'hrlaiiana nd foreign. m li' tiu bi Ilia uoxt "Old S "iiuti of i Inna " Capt. Hcaly Insane. Captain Michael Healy. of tba United fltrtf k revenue cutter service, In com mand of tht handaom cutter flush Mci'ulhx'h, waa brought to Port Town Mnd Wush . tha othar day In Hint r Ba sel from the north hopelessly ineane and .Uiigeroua to hlmaalf and thoaa with A'lintn hi comes In contact. Ila (j lu tt.o marina hoapltal there now la a straight Ja.:k t bavin !)imn ao violent that thl wutha only means of restraining him Captain Michuel lloaly la 83 years of .i und liit fol- iwnl thu ao ever in hla Alxt.'i'tith y'ByLy egi IL' .-nteied I nit(l gov prnnftit in Mnn-h. ' iiml Iua on- tinu.'l oil ii-llvf dntv ttiri-ln evnr ain-' -it t'i; .in Intetlm of four yeai. fmro lunf !'. to tUy. 1900. duriiiM vth ' h tluiM te waa -tiapnded on half :.iy Trofirc-t-t of Huula. OfHdul aUtlntlra itilUim by tha ;Iltiaalau gorernm 'tit nhr.w thn ri.mitrk aWi' pronraaa uiado tiy Uir t'aar' do Hlnlona during rar -nt yp.tr !ir.na; 1W 'lif caplt.il of nw (ompani.'K or Unn wil anumiili'd 'xi S.'.K :if.l.H12 m $!T ij'M !;' iiln-t 2.Vi,IE3? W :u- III UHa IJ' U.1 1 In 1W. ainl 11.4 Sr. Hillil.a thw la.it hui.'lrnl m ii.iiiinpfi a. Hi i-apl- aiL f Hit (duly. jndree'j Fate. Nnwa ooihm from Port William. On tano, that aoin Indiana who wan hunting on tba aat eoaat of lludaon iniy laat aprlng found a larga quan tify of wrrkK, tha bodlaa of two man jud a lying man, whoa iaiiKuage thsy couKl not u ml prat ml. Prom Uitr daacription of tba wreckage thora can bo no doubt It waa the ramnauta of a balloon Tba lludaon Hay ollU-lnla ara conrlncid that thu vlctlnm nre An draa'a party and have aant out men, kmldad by the aame Indiana, to llnd and bring back audi evldonca aa will Identify thani, a taak wlilrh will be way, aa tha Indiana uaaert that tliwo were booka and papora itrewn about, whleb, eiuBiilarly anutigh, tbuy did not bring baek with them. Thero In aome prospect now that the fate of Andree and ltd comiMUiloni may be definitely known, and that tho papers, If thoy till remain, may giro Important de tails of tbla traKtrdy lu "tha fur, far North." Mrs, Tatmer'j Gem. Mra. Potter Palmer, who la ut pres ent In Parte, hn been made the vletlm of ,i robbery, tbe f 17,000 diamond neck l&ra which attract! ao much atten tion during tba world'a fa)r being .iiiiong Uie trcamirrii m ulr away with Thn theft waa ioniiiili. it aIiIU' ilir wua fa .f 2 S K ' -d. ill A , It. n tb'- i aplta' ' l.ui III ul:i dlviil' 'i.l i a4 'tit hi n i9't Hi.- ut hi. J Uitt gr. m-i f r mm ill"! i hV ll.-i II f w 'ii h . 1 1 lit pit 1. 1 "v i il, 'I lll'l, Hil.i ; I'lJ,.. I) IO"' ' ' ii -' ii the ' . ' Mv ' 'i' 1 is. . i il u (i.irv i if! 1 hat- vn net h t ru- 1 of .' " 'i iini.'n tttot tli ill .lti il itood-mct-il i ii i' jpiul. whl.'b can inn li water Thua. In 'l viiL-Dil paid waa or i,l h miu 00") ruble, on Waald Joi Marry a tfobh. AwejM tha many ttlr anea who re soft to Mewrmt ld(n mmmo nono will be mors songtit niter than M1m May Oostot, Ut M-ysar-old ilnughter of tho famovM morrbant of Neiv York, roaent ly deeejuHHl. Her debut In society will be mMe at Orhre Court, Uie palatial aMmNMr home of thn (loelets, and thuaa who have had th plnanure of her ne qwtlMlanee unite In pronouncing her tha lovalleat of ihn l-iiiitantfta of many yoars past. She hna Juat refused the ... i 6 I-leut. Cootldga MAY OOEUCT. hand of a Herman nobleman who wanted to marry her. fine says an American la good enough. LUeum'j Successor. Lieutenant Colonel c. A. Cool Idge, who has been aMlgned to the command nf the N'lnth United fttatee Infantry, now In China, vice Colonel Ms rum, who was killed at Tlon Taln. hat been an offlcftr for thlrty alx years In the lie served In tbo Seventh Infantry. t-lvll war, lu tarlous wars with the In dlHiia, ami In the wat' with Mpaln. Upon hla return from Cuba he was as signed with the Seventh at Port Ura- dy, was Inter transferred to Port Sher idan, and wna then sent to the Phil ippines, where hu Joined the Ninth. Ho Is a hravu soldier and bears sears of severe wounds. Mm. Conlldga Is at prueeut living at Port Sheridan. Woman jj Coroner. Miss Lillian H. Hull, of Winflold, Kan., Is probably tha only wonon In tho world to hold the olllco of co ro nor. She entered upon thu dis charge of her du tlHM Inst week Miss Halt was ap pointed to fill tho vaeuney caused by the death of Cowley County's oo roner by Governor Stanloy. Tho only exiierlence she ever had In tho cor oner's oUlce was that of stenographer. She a 2U years old and Is one of the moat Kpular young women of Win field. Her education bns oaen llmttoi to the roiumou seboals of Cowli,t I'ounty. KliMFff'S REASON For Not Taking Tart In flic n gagcmenl at Toku MADE I'llDLIC AT WASHINGTON fly the Navy Drpartmenl-The Admiral Hat forwarded by Mall Cotnprchen the Report. Waftbtngtou, July 18. Tho nary da tmrltnont mokta imUle tliej fallowing: UiiUftil Btaloa Ship Newark. Takw, Qhlnn, June is, 1P00, llr: I liare the Dehor te report as follows: Tha eom ffifliidiHg oMcar of the Runboaia In Ute ftvsr met on the sfternoon of June 16 and agreed for lb senior ofltoor of gunboau to direct the movement. This ameer happened to be a Httaalan. Tho pMMUons of the vartnus gunboats were llioti aalgned, taking positions In the second "reach" of tho r1r above the north fort. The gnnboata partlclimt IhK were the KoreeU, Otillak, Ikihr, ltuaalan; litis, Oerman; Mom, Prencli; Algerlno, English. The Kugllsli tor-pedo-boat destroyers Pnme and Whit ing Joined In tbe latter part, after as suring the raptured torpedo ImmiM near Tung Kit. The Japanese gunboat clHlmed that her engines were disabled, IlllB-Oaptaln very tm41 Injured, three er four men klllsd, tig or olght wounded. KoreeU Two offleors badly woundt ed, olght men dead, twetvo wounded aulllak One oflleer badly wounded, olglit men killed, tan wounded and forty-seven burned by explosion of powder-room. Lien One man killed, one badly wounded. The above la an Recount gleanod from eonvortntlnns with artUwrn on Based, but may onnlrvln minor Inneou rttslsa. DuriHg the eugngemant nuns were turned on tha Monoeaey, which was out of the line of fire. Mho wis struek (no oaaualtluH) and waa forued to withdraw Hp tbe river. Very reepertfnlly, LOUIS KIIMPPP, Itoar Admiral. U 8. N. Tk Socretary of ttie Navy, Wash ington, I). C. OUBAN POSTAL PHAUDS. I'Hurtli A. altlnHt I'mtiiHKter (If nml lin pan InfHritmilHn, Washlniton, July M. The Post tn aster gonoral hna made public the report of Ponrth Asolatant Postmaster Ueneral llrletow, who Investigated tha Cuban (HMtal frauds. Mr. llrlstow finds that Neely's emlieaslementa hr grgtl at lonat $111,718, and says he was Justified tn recommending the re moval of Director General Itathlwne. 'Yhettter or not Uie latter waa guilty ao sho remained moored near Tong Ku w,lu In the emtimleinetita, ho nnd was neslgnel In rlmrge of the rail-1 J" ' '"" tint In road station at that place. The Unltad " of "nanthortrwl r diem States steamship Monooacy. being tin- "omn. personal expensea nnd der onlera, remained inourwl at Tone i wmnU casheil nnd unHeeouuted for, Ku and took no art In the action, i """"""v nppniprmieu io mn umi Miss Hall Kites Soar to Sat)e Life. Dr. K W P. Itlehl of Alameda. Oal., Iiuh designed a kite which, he claims, will save many human beings from i crinhiiiK at sea aud prove Invaluable .ii'iti to tin. life-saving crews along our . o.mt Dr. Itlehl served as all OR!- Mauy foreigners were afforded shelter nnd protection during tho night A copy of the report of the commanding olllcer of the Monocncy Is herewith In closed. The vessels, except the litis, took their assigned iHMltlnus early lu the evening of the 18th Instant, nnd at about 1J:M n. m one hour before the expiration of the time limit, all of the fort's guns which could lie trained on the ships fired stuiultnneoosly, many shots striking the KoreeU. The vessels returned tho fire with n rapid fire frtno their guns, which, with the exception of the guns of six-Inch caliber, were nf small rapid lire type. use money of the Culmn revenues, l'or this, Mr. llrlstow says, he believes Mr. Itathlwne should be required to an swer. Mr. llrlstow explains that the buret of finance Inaugurated by Director Oanernl ltathboue, of which Neoly wnB appointed chief, was started July 7, 1300. This bureau wns ehargod with the custody of all stamps and postal supplies. The dlvlsluu qf postal no counts, changed July 1, 1800, to a dl vision of the auditor's olllco, wns In charge of Dr. W. H. lleevee, who was appointed by the secretory of war. The report says that no noeoit' u . t ,9PfcttT DON ISP AM8nlQAN9. Cermnmnt Fltlilng In tb Orient and 1 1 hit the ttlnU An Trained, Cormorant Uahlng Is little known In the Lotted States, but It Is considered fine simrt In some countries. The proc ess or training Uio birds Is thlist Hla long feathers of the left wing are fit and a wire mask Is worn to pravoiit tho untrained birds from lacerating tho fnee of Uie trainer. Then to aaeh foot Is attached a leather thong, by means of which the birds can bo held con veniently without risk. Kor two or three days oaeh bin Is fed carefully by hand at regular Intervals, and at the end of this time complete docility Is obtained, and the birds having become nocuetomml to their master follow him about like a couple of nffettlonntn poodle. Several live flub nre placed tn n tank nnd the cormorant, having mxd a collar adjusted to tils neck immetsnt ly tight to prevent him from swallow ing the flsh, Is allowed to plunge for Ills pray. In a few seconds he renp pears with a Hah partly swallowed. He Is pamtsadsd easily le parch upon his master's ringer and, placed on the ground, lis Is made to disgorge hla patch, which Immediately Is putwit of sight, the cormorant, being rewarded by h small piece of Hah or other suit able food. The sport Is merit Inter esting, and even fascinating, eripeelnlly If the cormorant pits himself against n good-slsed flab. The movemrnU and maneuvers of the cormorant are of marvelous rapidity 'and nrnife. Cor morant Hulling Is practiced largely us n business In China and Japan. In theee countries It usually la carried 'tit nt night and in boats. Hash fish erman takes five cormorants, nnd to the prow of the boat Is attnohtnl n bril liant light, which attract the fllti, at which enormous numherti are aftight by the birds. Those Chlnoso and Jap nnoso riHliormon, nttnln groat skill In the manipulation of the birds. They handle four or five eormernnU, all re tained by strings, and send thorn into tho water at the same time. To Jug glo with the strings whloh are hold between the fingers of the left hand while the birds plunge about In nil di rections. Is n matter requiring the greatest dexterity. Chicago Chronicle The guns on the north fort were i the unbonded posf.a .; voro ro chtetly 1.7-liich, while the south fort 'quired, remittances being ontercd ns has it number of guns from six to olght Inches Iti cnlllier. Tim Algertue, having aboard a land ing party of some MO men, Immedi ately put them aahore. A portion of thm advanced through Tnku to the navy yard, nnd took by surprise four new modern torpedo ItoaU, carrying two lubes and six three-pound rs each, and. convoyed by the fame aud Whit ing, took them to Tong Ku. The other binding puitl' H and the reniulnder of the lingHah, iiggregatln sjrae 660 wen, awaited an opportunity for the aNitull. The firing continued with mere or leaa spirit until itaylitrht, when It became very rupid and active aud It la suppoaed very destructive, to tho Chinese. About 1:30 a. m. a bhell en tered the magxln of the Uulllak, blowing It up, causing her to take wa- i tcr and burning torty-sewu men more or loss severely After a few hours' work she waa TALLY-HO TRAVEL. . er m the Oerman army during two warn and la highly recommended both floHt,B at her normal height. ... V T 1 , . . n.?:: At bout 6 a. . the guuboata. hav ltli whom h waa associated lie has , , , A. .... be. r. in ittlsi country a number of " ,,ence"1 ." eara He claims to have got his kite i Undlng force disembark) and occu- Hying Idea from reading tbe great pled It, where, holatlng the Hag. few nr.: J e. ' iii.ii him) ruulw4 it '-tapltaal. Vice Admiral Seymour. Vice A.iiiiuui sir ICdward Hofeart ayiiiour K ' II . l one of tke MRri I'DITBH I'M. MRU. Htatca and i pi.tvlmaed In Parts .inm iii ,'i mi lie npni lm-nt.i In the 'hniii' i:: and althoiih the Parle poil have been notified, no trace of ttie mlaalng gsms have been found The mlaalng neck I are waa on aldered one of tbe Anast In ths L'nltoi about tan v. are ago. It la dtgicrttied at .ontalnlng In the renter on large 'Itamund of ascaptlonsl purity. wklW two amaller gema act aa guards an each aide. Over a acore of emallar dia monds compnsa tbe remainder of the aparkllng atrlag. "A t , i Ia. ..." A- V Ii K ADMIRAL HKYMOt R yrumiti. iit dguras la tb 'k'n.,. u ,i Mi II aaalorliv lie I,. ...i.. .n-.-onl lag to tba ikul'j". ui i it t i Allied naval forrtte at tbe tlaw of the outfe.ttak and tha leader of tke force Wi.o atuuipurd the retUf u tke leg- City Supplies MIIKt Pougbkeipie. N Y , has gone Into Uie dairy biuiiies The city has bought a farm throe Bliss beyond the city limits and has there established thw headquarter of the H' milk d partment I !i aork la under 1 ' barge f a tr.iin.'.l nurae. Mum Hutli Joaea She gta up every morning at 8 o'clmk and auper latrada tke milk ing of the cows. She sees In the Srst plate that each of the mllkmes) care- folly washes bis hands before he be Sine work Then eaoh row Is covered lih a olieet In order tu preterit dut r hair from falling Into the pill. Be fore bwing VMit the aheeta are sprln- r 'In ' Med with ll!nfe-t.. ii l I he milk Is put up In clean gltae boltlea. and after li.-mg eterllliid Is aant In to the c.ty milk 'ltt.'iU. where It I sold at the rate of a eat a bottle. lUHk Joms. torm scene In Dickens' David Cop nit ItlHIlL AND KITH per AeM." The graphic description ef taw drowning of Ham and SUortorth, while tha multitude stood helplessly hy. ao Imareesad tbe doctor that he wondered If kites could not he used In snch a terrible emergency. Te wonder wttk him wss to try. as he ha? done successfully on more than one occasion Is both Oerman)- and America. A few days ago ks gave an exhibition at the ocean beach at Ala mnda. Alter swimming out through tbe corf about 100 yards he lay mo tlonleas on bis back and 1st the kite tow him ask're again 'Bars Hallroait Men, The italUmore and Ohio railroad has noil Had certain classes of its employes that It does not wish them to he can dictates for political u Sices. One rea son given for this order Is tbst a man cannot do satisfactorily the work na la hired to do If he la at the nurae time running for oiHce. Another rev I aon given Is that If men In the employ ofa road are In pursuit of oBe tk public will be led to believe the rail road la promoting their candidal ror 1U omn aetSeh purposes and will uhe a dlalike te that road. casualties occurred, notably the rap tain of tho Japnnese landing party and one hwglleh sailor killed and several wounded. The Chinese than aban doned the north forta. whlek are Joined to the iiortfliwat forts by a protected passage. After about two hours more tli- south forte were taken, after tbe explosion of the tnsgaalne. Moat of th occupants fled, but were not pur sued. Some thirty or forty were found hiding In varloua parts of the fort. The varloua nations participating hoisted their flags on the various flag stalla. Tho forta being of thick mud and grass adobe, were but little damagsd by tho gun Are, although they received a host of projectiles. The guns and gun shells aa a rule ware not damaged. Two or three of tb modern guns were dleabtad. Tha nand Chinese were not counted, but )t ks eatlmated by aa eye-wltneaa that aome two hundred were left In the forta. Tke losses on ths side of the allied forces ware, as nearly ss possible, as folio we: Alger! a---One omcar very badly In jured, tight men wounded. AHulher Aeiatlit, cssh sales, nnd the only Information the auditor's oftleo had of those trans actions came from Neoly hlniBolf. There was no check whntovor on his transactions. Prom tho noeounts ex amined, the report says, the minimum of Neely's embeselements mny be sum marlsed aa follows: The report say a tliat Itnthbono np Itoluted Neely, who had custody of tho Htampa; Heaves, the only man who could have a cheek on Neely's trans actions, and I). Warfleld, chief of tho bureau of registration, a commission to destroy tho surcharged stamps, of which Neely had received J5il,000, and that Neely and Heaves entered Into conspiracy to report a larger quanti ty of stamps destroyed than were ac tually deatroyed. Uut, the report says, Neely 'a fraudulent transactions were not confined to theee embesalsmenU. und while the amounta were small .compared with the latter, "they show the same otUclal depravity and utter dlaicgard of the Interests of the pub lic service." Tha connection between Neely and the Neely Priming com pany of Muncle. lnd., of which he wna proprietor before he went to Cuba, If then explained. Tbe alleged ante of the plant of tbla company to Go wan, Neely's business aaooclale, tbe roporl says, waa not a bow Ada IrauaaoUim, as it Is not bellevtd Obwsh ever paid Neoly any money for bit pretautlotl In terest. Neoly ordered from tbla com pany eappliee for the ilenartmtnt of tioata In Cuba. The booka of the printing company show it received for printing ffttT, while the hills paid ami the money or der r "onls at Muncls show (ItSl mora, than the amount indicated by the hooka waa paid. Some of the bills war a paid twice. Ra lit bone, whan naked why ho approved these aeU, salt lie did not bjnow until alter Neely's nr reat that any printing waa done at Muneta. it tbla stataMtgt Is tins, suy. tho report, he convicts hlmaalf of th moat utter and IndWawMble nag llirwc of official duties. Tb depart ment of posts purchased of the Xsrlsns ixk company of Indianapolis worth or furniture. Tbla company paid Neely $Sttl In two cheeks, one or tmi and the other for 1 3ft). Par what purpose this money wna paid blm dose not appear. Otwie fTwtlc SIImIhk. Tho il.iiiHi.d Mile, for u Trip During ttie Hummer, Captain 'Jack" Phelps, of Haokou wtok, atnrtsil off on a record-breaking drive of 2,000 miles Thursday with u tally-ho and four sturdy anlmali, gan tho New York Journal. A rousing scnd-alf was given l hU frlontlH. With him on the front tent wai Mrs, Pholps, who ncaomiiaiilod her husband on an 800-mile drlva four years ago, and who, firtoon yours ago, nceomMiilod tha onp. tain whun he sailed hla stenm ynolit Ilrunotlde around tho world. Colono' Hhtiltlold Phelps snd his wife were also In the tally-ho. and will remain with tho tourlata a week or tan days. Other friend will ha picked up at different IMints tn remain ror stages varying from one to two weeks, which will do much lo relieve the monotony of the long trip. Carj'aln Phelps headed for Greenwood Lake, by way of Pomptou ami Newfoundland. Friday the iwrly will be headed for Liberty. Prom there they go to Hancock. Uwego, lllrmlng 1mm. Ithaca, the lake region to Niag ara, across tn Canada to Toronto.along Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence river to Montreal, the objective point. The return trip will lie made through Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York. Captain Pbelpa U Im mensely wealthy. Ha Is a son and heir or the late William Walter Phelps, for mer minister to nermany. Attain. Ala.. July M. Alt business wns suspended Tuesday sjdlarnoon and every ahlebodled man shouldered a gun and In systematic pause organisation hacan the search for a negro who Bherlly l,r attempted an aa Washington. July SI. -A dlsovsilon of tha authenticity of tke d epateb from Minister Conger anted sU". kla oh tke ltb developed the fact hat several years sajo a copy of the suite datum- men I rlpfcar code disappeared and aault on the 15 year old daughter of never has been recovcied. Th'se coda Lcgndor Wltoon. a wealthy and proinl-1 books ara uumbe.ed and rscelptod ror ant c-ltlaen of this place Tbe girl when placed In the hands of those e- iwinrnlnat from aa erran4 to her ! lltu K " The InUmntlon was brotfaora place of emplo)mea when ill v the missing cade book fell malted hr tke nnr" luto of the Ohlaean gevara . meML ibmillt' nut. The hat that fell from tbe bead of Orant Dalton, one of the bandits In the bank raid at Coffeyvllle, Kan., several year ago, has been presented lo Sam Campbell, one of tke proprietors of tba Contropqlls Hotel, and tor yoars a well known and popular hotel clerk of Kansas City. Tho bat Is a vary An. Itabt-rolored sombrero, and probably oost $13 or 1S wtsn now. It la of tho finest o felt, nnd, altnougk large, la light In weight. Tha crown runs to a peak, like a haystack, and tho hand around It Is a plain leather one Kan- saa City Journal. tltaelate tX4rirtdM Nat Owl. It would not pay to reflll rim Are re volver crrtrldgea. If Indeed one abould succeed la doing ao. The percussion cap is made of fulminate of Mercury or aome almilar preparation whleh a nov lee must not attempt to make on ac count of tht danger attending tbe op eration. Batter be content to buy car tridge huve the making of them to an expert. lilted Iilawt Maw to Cka'tfte. Rbono tatoad wna tho last of tha original tittrtaea slates to eater tho union. It wna the laat to abandon tke Hagllsh system of entailing property and oopflrmlng tke suffrage to eldest sous. It waa the last to allow foreign born elUaens not holding property t- vote. It has held or to traditions and historical preoedeata with a Nrw held. AiHtrutM fur Ntarlllitils Itaior. Itasore ran be conveniently steril ised by a new apparatus, wblsk has a tank tor heating tno water or stertllc log lliinld. provided with a hood whleh tonAuss the steam, slots being cut around tha edge of tba hood ror tbe In sertion of the raaor blades. tleiaMiMl UaaUilee f MHlraaa. Mutmeaja are sllgnt stimulants anil when administered In warm wntar they mske a gentle nervons sedative and a tair itomacblu.