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TII03. CONLIN, Kiitcr. CUVbTAL FAL1S, i MIUIHiAN. The News Condensed. Important IntJlizonco From AH Parts. domestic. The exchanges nt the lending clear ing houses in tho Cnitcd States during the week ended on the 3d nggrrguted $!,12'J,2,SI", ugainst f t,0 17,0-', 4 1 1 the previous wool;. The increase compared with 'the corresponding vvrtk cf ls'JG was 30.3. There were 101 business failures in the United States in the (.even days "ended on the 3d, against 223 the week previous and 334 lu the corresponding period of 18'Jft. Charles M. Charnley, of Chicago, for 15 years treasurer of the Presbyterian board rr aid for colleges ami academies, was said to be a defaulter to the extent of $10,000. V. Kusrcll Ward, the. I'uglishman whoso elopement with the. wife of John Drndbury, n Los Angehs (Cal.) million aire, created a fcn.satioti last duly, leaped through the. window of a fast train near Wheatland, la., ami was killed. A company has been incorporated in New York with a capital of 575.0OO.OU0 to construct a ship eanal from the At ln n t ie to the (iulf of Mexico. fter ten years of comparative lux ury Jack MeAulilTe, the pugilist, has returned to his old occusition, that of u eooncr. It is said that Dr. i:. II. Andrews, who returned the presidency of Drown uni versity at Providence, II. I., has accept ed the position of president of the new Cosmopolitan university, founded by John 15. Walker and to open on the 13th lust, in Providence. An exi.losion at the Sunshine coal tntnn near Clenwood Springs, Col., killed 12 men. President McKlnlcy and his party w ere the special guests of the Ohio state board of ngricultcre at the fairgrounds in Columbus. Judge Kllsworth, of Oakland, Cal., ruled that a bicycle is personal property nnd exempt from execution if used by the owner in his daily business. 1'ire destroyed all but two business houses at Ilillsboro, la. It was thought that the miners' strike would end in a few clays, the national executive board of the United Mine .Workers having agreed to recommend to the miners a proposition from the Pittsburgh operators for a straight price of 05 cents n ton, to continue in force until the end of the year. On the farm of Nathan Cox in Taylor county, Ky., his two young sons were bitten by rattlesnakes and died. The percentages of the baseball clubs in the National league for the week er.ded on the 4tU were: Doston, .COG; Baltimore, .091; New York, .030; Cincin nati, .58.1; Cleveland, .514; Chicago, .410; P.rooklyn, .411; Pittsburgh, .430; Louisville, .43S; Philadelphia, .433; .Washington, .431; St. Louis. .213. ; Two explosions of natural gas nt Urond Hippie, Ind., killed eight persona aud 24 others were badly injured. In the ten weeks the miners' strike Ins been going on the strikers have lor.t In wages $10,500,000. An official estimate of the com crop of Kansas this year places It at 105,077. 20 bushels. In Dlootnington, Peoria and other Il linois cities many business men were victimized through two-dollar bills raised to ten-dollar bills. Three tramps set tire to the jail at Conway, N. !., nnd perished in the 11a me?. Forest II. Parker, president of the Produce I'xrhange bank of New York, and hie. w ife were drowned in the Chain lake in the Adirondack by the upset ting of u boat. The sixteenth nnnual exhibition of the Milwnukee Industrial Exposition tiKsociation was opened by (ov. Scho ficld. The financial statement of the. com mittee of '07 of the sixteenth interna tional Christian Endeavor convention fhows n balance In the. hands of the treasurer of $2,274.38. Two little sons of Adam Majrwski were drowned at Stevens Point, Wis. Yellow fever was reported at Ocean Fprings, Miss., nnd the place was quar ii ntined. An excursion train was wrecked near Newport, Me., nnd one man unskilled nnd four other persons were fatally In jured. New York city has ifow a population of 2,000,910. Four masked men held up n train nt Irvin Mountain, Col., nnd took $10, 000 from the express car. Miss Mabel Morrill, nged 22 years, of East Cambridge, Mass., while riding o bicycle, fell into mi excavation and was killed. Charles E. dower, a moldrr of Alle gheny, Pa.. wa idiot nnd killed by tramps on a freight train nenr f'eaver Falls. Thomas II. Morgan, Sr., head of the Morgan Engineering company, dropped dad nt Alliance, O., from apoplexy. Harry Eaton Smith, of the- United Ptates navy, nnd Miss Frances Hayes, only daughter of the late ex-President Hayes, were married nt the lln.vcshomc at cud In I'reniont, (). President MeKin ley was one of the guests present. Virginia republicans will hold their tate convention nt Lynchburg October S to nominate n state ticket. Robert Henry (colored) was hanged in Jacksonville, Fla., for the murder of Ms wife In February, 1804. The government exports for the first acven months of the calendar year were valued at $540,043,870, against $500,572. 00. for the first seven months of last jear. Fire In the paper mills of Manning A Paine In Troy. N. Y., damaged the bnilling nnd machinery totbeextcnt of Si oo.ooo. The eighth annual convention of the National Association of Pott Unite Clerks convened at Paltlmore, about 250 delegate being present. As the result of a fire at Iloxbury, Mass., Mrs. Slewurt nnd her son (col ored) lost their lives. The body of a woman, shockingly mutilated, was found In the w oods near Laurel, Md. Fire In Philadelphia, which broke out In the basket nnd wickerware factory of John M. Howe Sons & Co.. did dam age to the amount of $100,000. Labor day was generally observed tl.roughout thc country by parades and picnics. George W. Clarke broke the world's high-dive record by jumping off the rr.iling of the Ilalstcd street bridge in Chicago when the structure was raised t.) an clevatbn of 105 feet. . In a (it of jealous rnge, nt his horn In Toledo. O.. S. It. Ashwell shot and killed his wife, then turned the weapon upon himself and inflicted injuries that w ill cause his death. As the result of a quarrel near Kich- l.uid Center, Wis.. Dick Thompson was instantly killed by Jerome Fry. Yellow fever was said to have broken . i i .1 . i. out In Iouisiana, ami several cnun have occurred In various portions of the state. Henry Wall was lynched near Friend Mission, Va.. by a mob for ravishing and afterwards murdering Miss Sadie Cook. Customs Inspectors at Laredo, Tew, found an unclaimed valise on n train containing $200,000 worth of diamonds, jewelry and other valuables. Four warehouses in Philadelphia were destroyed by lire, the loss being $200,000. The chief business portion of Cairo, W. Ya., was wiped out by fire. Fenton Wnltc, nged seven, nnd Lidy Holdan. nged three, were killed by street cars In Toledo, 4). II. 1J. Ackert, the oldest conductor in point of service on the Wabash road, fell from his train near P.clknap, la., and died from his Injuries. Henry 11. Tillotson shot nnd kil'ed his sweetheart, Ella Taylor, nt Victor, Col., and then killed himself with the same weapon. Jealousy was the cause. The National Association of Station ary Engineers met in annual session in Columbus, (). Gov. lbislmell welcomed the convention to the state. Henry lljlam, nged 00, or t luster town, Ind., shot his wife, probably fa tally, nnd then shot himself, lie vv.;s Insane. The full text of the formal acceptance by the Japanese government of the pro posal to arbitrate its differences with Hawaii has been received in Washing ton. Japan proposes the king of the Iiclgians as the sole arbitrator. President Katchford, of the miners' organization, said he believed the min ers would accept the C5-ccnt rate and return to work. The breaking out of yellow fever at Of c an Springs, Miss., New Oilcans and other iilaces has caused a very wide spread alarm In the south. A terrible explosion of nitroglycerin o-curred nt Cygnet, ()., which resulted in the death of nt least six persons. Evan lliester, nged 45 years; Warren Faust, aged 10, uml Leon Faust, aged 7, were instantly killed by a train at a crossing near Heading, Pa. At Tocsin, Hid., Hurt Miller, a school teacher, shot nml killed his young wife in n (it of jealousy. They had been mar ried but a short time. The rejxjrts as to the condition of the crops throughout the country say that warm weather had helped corn, but more rain wus needed. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. In convention nt Denver the Colorado i publicans renominated ( harlis 1 Iloyt for justice of the supreme court, and the silver republicans In session at Glenwood Indorsed him. Lazarus Grcengard, the oldest Jew in the United States, died at the residence of his son in St. Louis, nged 105 years Mrs. Helen Lew Is died at her home in St. Josenh. Mich., aired 107 years. She was bom in slavery in Delaware In 1 90 The populists of Colorado met nt Salida and nominated William Cabbcrt for the supreme court bench. Seth Ixjvv has signified his acceptance of the nomination by the ( itizens union for mayor of Greater New York Hcnjamin Hrewster, president of the Keokuk &. Des Moines railroad, died at his summer home in Cuenovia, N. V nged 00 years. President nnd Mrs. MeKinley nrrlvei at their home in Cnntoo. ()., for a few lays' visit. The death Is announced of ex-Con gressman Lew llanback at Armourdale Ken. I'v-Con-rressman T. T. Flagler, of Lockport, Niagara county, N. Y., dead, nged Mi years. President nnd Mrs. McKlnley, nfter visiting their Canton friends, left for Somerset, Pa., there to be the guests o Abncr McKlnley, of New York, at his summer horn. The marriage of Hev. Harry Newlnnd Mount, only son of Gov. Mount, nml Miss Verda H. Pell, was olcmnied lu the First Presbyterian church at Craw fordsville, Ind. FOREIGN. A bill was Introduced In the Nica ragua!! congress to establish a ffold standard in that republic. (ion. Eitzhugh Lee, consul general, left Cuba for New York on a leave of absence. Kifaat P.ey, until recently councilor of the Turkish embassy In London, has been appointed Turkish minister at Washington. It is said that the sultan has ngreed never to use his Influence against Pus sla in central Asia and that the czar has pledged himself to uphold Turkish rights In Europe. The tradrs union congress met In Plrmingham, England, S'JO drlrgatei beinff present, representing l,250,OOd urlonlsts. The Insurgents nt Crete fired upon the Turkish troops and the latter returned the fire, but no casualties occurred. Mont Mayon, south of the Hlaud of Luzon, Philippine Islands, was said to be In a state of violent -ruption. Sev eral villages were raid to have been de stroyed nnd 500 persons killed. Ireland Is threatened with a famlue because of the failure of the harvest. A special meeting of the Hawaiian senate has conv ened to consider the pro posed niuiexation treaty with the United States. Sir William Cave, Judge of the l.gh court of justice, died in London, aged C5 years. The governor of German New Guinea hr.r been killed by the natives. P.arril, the anarchist who shot the Harcclona (Spain) jxdice officials, has been sentenced to 40 ears' imprison ment. The government of Mexico has Issued notices that -ailing vessels, coal laden, will be mlmined to Mexican ports free of tonnage duties. It is announced on good authority that the Spanish ministry will go out v. Ithin two weeks nnd will he succeeded by a liberal cabinet headed by Seuor S.ig-.ista. LATER. Passenger trains collided on the Santa IV road three miles cast of I'm- pt.ria, Ivan., ami 12 persons were killed uml tenor twelve others badly wounded. Snow fell for several hours at itutte, Mont. The, steamer St. Louis made the trip from Sandy Hook to Southampton in 0 days 10 hours and 14 minutes, break- ng all previous ocean records. It is announced that n concession to omplete the Panama canal has been ven to England. Gen. James Longstrcet was married nt Atlanta, da., to ,Mis Idlen Dorieii, who is many years younger than her illustrious husband. At Guadaloupe in the West Indies al most continuous fhoeks of earthquake were being experienced. Nine of the eleven men w ho will form the monetary commission for the prep aration of a bill to be submitted to con . . i . .1. gress Iiave been named, iicorge t. Edmunds, of Vermont, heading the list. Advices from Cuba say that Gen. lUirtolome MasM has been elected presi dent of the provisional government. The sixteenth national encampment of the Sous ot Veterans opened nt In- linnapolis with au informal reception ut t he 1 )enison house. Consul General rithtigh Lec arrived New York from Havana on hoard tlie SegtirancM. (ii'ii. l'rai.k Heeder, secretary of state, sent his resignation to Gov. Hastings, of Pcnnsv lvania. John Egan. aged SI, and his wife, U.cd SO, died within a few hours of each oilier near Pittsbuigh, Pa., and were buried in the same grave. They had Ijccii married 50 years. President Andn-ws, of Drown univer- it sent a letter to the corporation for mally renewing his resignation. The twenty-first initial reunion of the Army of West Virginia began at Colum bus. O. The Massachusetts prohibitionists have nominated Prof. J. I ta scorn, of Wil- liamstovvn, for governor. The American Eagle Tobacco com pany tailed in Detroit w nil Mainlines oi $1 15,000. Louise, queen of Denmark, celebrated her eightieth birthday in Copenhagen. H. S. Perry was hanged at Atlanta, Ga for the murder of I'.ely Lanier at Decatur. A yacht capsized In Lake St. Clair and Thomas Ncwsome, Herman Ger ters, Jay Tansey, Thomas Frit, Charles Hice and Grant Murray, all of Detroit, were drowned. MINOR NtWS ITEMS. Ella Wheeler Wilcox h is named her rummer home on Long Island fcound "The Jtiingalovv." The ordinance prohibiting the cag ing of birds of song is being strictly en forced in Tampa, 1'la. A Phoenix (A. T.) firm has secured 5,01)0 pennies for the purpose of intro ducing them into the trade of that city. Lars Kike, who died not long ago in Norway, was the last Norwegian vet eran of the war of ISM between Norway nnd Sweden. Surgeon Ceneral Sternberg, of the United States army, lays claim to hav ing been the first discoverer of the v el low fever germ. Mrs. Louis Sebru, of Payette, Mo., is said to be the oldest representative of the postal service in this country. She held ofliee in 1SI2. The Portuguese bark Kosita Earlo was attacked IT the coast of Morocco by pirates belonging to the poc.a Kabils. The captain ami four of the crew of the bark were carried o!T. Ex-President (luman itlanco, of Ycneuela. is said to be the richest man in the world, owning C.ooo.ooo square miles of land, 2,onO.OO(. virtual slaves and en loving an annual income of $.17,- 000.000. The great bridge nt Montreal, 7.000 feet in length, built to accommodate two railroad tracks, two trolley lines nnd two foot paths, U to be erected by American contactors und made of American matttia1s. A law h;w been made In P.ulgari i mak ing it obligatory on all state official to wear during their hours of service no other clothing and shoes than such as have been made in Pnlgnrla. which are provided with a special stamp or mark. The revised returns of the Pussian census give the total population of that country as 12'..non.iiuo. This makes llus ln third In rank among the nations, China coming first, with nn estimated population of 400.000.0(10, and the Prit ish empire next with 2H.(ioo.ooo. During the Inst fiscal 3 ear 40.SS4 ap plications for patents were tiled and 25. M'J patents, trade-marks, etc., were granted. Tlie receipts of the ofliee were $l.:i4.l.7;o.4l. and the expenditures fl, 02d.oM.r. leaving n surplus of J.117. 1.15.05. which is f 100.000 more than last 3 ear. The total receipts of the patent ofliee over expenditures to date are 15,033.014.23. SCARE DYINQ OUT. Fertilise of Confidence Itratoreil in lite Yellow Fever District. New Or lea on, Sept. 0. When the board of health nut Wednesday night Dr. Olliphant had no ndditionul cases to report to that body- in having oc curred In New Oilcans, and was able to ay that the local situation had vastly Improved, and that there were no pres ent prospects of eviPrcsults following the death of the Gelpi child. New Or leans is almost ready to declare that it hus had a scare for nothing. Dr. Olli phant nnd his stall have slept but lit tle lu the past 70 hours, ami have fair ly honeycombed the city for suspicious cases of fever without result. Now they ure ready to render any assistance in their power to the government ami to the Mississippi authorities in (bottling up whatever fever exists in Ocean Springs and ISiloxl. Deep interest has naturally been felt here lu the outcome of the examination of Dr. Guiteras, who arrived at Ocean Springs Wednesday morning. On his arrival in Ocean Springs Dr. Guiterau went immediately to work, and in per son is investigating n number of cases of the prevailing sickness. He found only two cases, it is said, that deserve theterm doubt fill or suspicious. A cor respondent wired to the city that he had learned from a source that co.lld not be doubted that Dr. Guiteras, after his examination, had not been entirely convinced that any yellow fever has ex isted or does exist in Ocean Springs. The local physicians are not prepared to say what effect an opinion by Dr. Guiteras counter to that expressed by the four experts, who declared the cases they investigated was yellow fever, would have. , A thorough canvass of the wards of Ocean Springs completed late Wednes I day evening, shows there have been 74S cases of the prevailing fever since July S. There are now 157 still sic. I The total deaths have been nine, and in several Instances physicians' certificates show the fever was complicated with j other diseases. There are believed to have been only tw o deaths due to yellow jack. At the suggestion of Dr. Gant every house where there had been siek , ness'or there is now, is being fumigated. Dr. Gant says whether the prevailing disease is yellow fever or low malaria It is certainly contagious. I Quarantine is being very strictly maintained. Fishermen ami hunters who were out of the town when the cor don was estalMished, have not been per J mittcd to return. Armed men are post e l in every direction and Ocean Springs sems to be determined that no more i sickness of any kind shall be Imported within its borders. The cases are very rare wherein the gauntlet has been run, and generally the guards have made t'10 discrimination as between rich or poor, j white or black. There is a law in Mis j sissippi against the violation of quur j online laws, funnily in yellow fever I epidemics, however, au unwritten law, enforced by the shotgun, obtains, and that Is the law which is now in ellect about Ocean Springs and P.iloxl. ANNEXATIONISTS WORRIED. Thrlr F.iirnilc Will Try lo InJluriiee lulled Mate Mennlorn. Honolulu, via Victoria, P. C, Sept. 9. The annexationists are very much worried over the difficulty of an al leged attempt on the part ut the nnti annexationists to influence Senators Morgan nnd (uay, vv ho are expected to arrive here soon on n tour of investiga tion. They say that Senators White, of California, and Thurston, of Nebraska, who will lend the tight against annexa tion In congress this winter, will also v isit Hawaii, and attend the mass meet ing of natives which, it is alleged by the annexationists, has been called for the purpose of convincing the senators that the natives bitterly oppose annexa tion. It is stated that Senators White and Thurston will superintend the drafting of a monster petition to con gress. In which the llawaiians will as sert that the government was torn from them through the action of American Minister Stev ens. It is also alleged that the mass meet ing will be conducted entirely by llawaiians and will be made as dra matic as possible. The idea is to work upon the sympathies of Senator Mor gan and to persuade him, if possible, that the natives have been deprived of lands ami power by n handful of rich nnd powerful whites, backed hy n treacherous American minister. It is believed that the ex-queen may nrrive on the same steamer as the sena tors and that she will address the peo ple at the mass meetings. The second card of the nnti-nnnexationists will be played on the arrival here late. In Sep tember of Senator Pettigrew, of South Dagota, Leo Mantle, of Montana, and Prank Cannon, of IMah. I hey nre now In Japan and China studying the silver question. P.cfore they sailed by one of the Empress liners from Victoria. It.C, thev secured return passage by the Pacific mail steamer Doric, due here from Yokohama on September 2t. and announced their Intentions of remain ing over n week in this city to study the annexation question. Ofllelnllr Denied. Madrid, Sept. 0. It is officially d nied that the premier, (ien. Acarrnga, has written to the leaders of the polit leal parties saying that the govern ment at Havana would prefer war with the United States to the Intervention of that country In the affairs of Cuba. Wllllnii to Serve. Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 9. II. II Hnnna, chairman of the executive com- mlttre of the monetary convention that met iu this city In last January, an tioiinces that nine of the 11 members of tNc monetary commission that were t be chosen have accepted and authorize the publication of their names. Old ntiil nelor llend. Moberlv. Mo.. Sept. 9. P. K. Ackert theohlrst conductor on the Wabash rail road. Is dead from injuries received by falling from his train. He was over 79 years of age and had been a conductor since 1S55. SHOWN IN THE STORES. Girls checked cheviot frock with braid trimmings. Pule-green, grayl&h-blue and pearl gray note paper. Many mohair braid yoke and shaped waist pieces. Hlue serg blouse and hort trouser uiu for small boys. Hand trimmings of allk embroidery In applique, effect. Hostou bags of brown cloth mounted in crocodile leather. Cambric and batistenightdrcK.vethav Lng a small square neck. Nightgowns with large empire col lars of luce-edged tucking. Ieather-covrrcd flasks having silver screw tops for traveling. Close reefers in tan, navy and grayish-blue cloth for early fall. Small toques for September trimmed w ith knots of velvet aud wings. liong black and white net carfs edged with a plaited frill of lace. Small square and round empiie pic ture frames enameled in colors. Small toques having w ings or quills nnd a knot of velvet for traveling. Sets of black mohair braid Vandykes for basque and skirt of woolen goods. Hicycle suits of cravenetted serge or mixed gray and brown covert for hard wear. Ladies' handkerchiefs having a tiny vine, of embroidery; others with a very idcmlcr initial. Hoys sailor units of blue serge, or flannel with black or white braid and white collar and vest. Dry Goods Econ oiuist. SAID OF KLONDIKE. If the Klondike gold fields turn out to belong to us, we may expect (Ireat Pritain to ask for arbitration. Toledo Itladc. The. Klondike mosquitoes are very disagreeable creatures. They are too big to bar out with blankets, nnd yet lu.rdly big enough to eat. Kunsas City Journal. Considering the reports of gold dis coveries which come from at least tbree of the four western points of the com- l pus, the whole western hemisphere is under Mispicion of being infected w ith a Klondike microbe. Pittsburgh Dis patch. A liquor purveyor in New Orleans found out. a day or two ago that the two gold bricks he had purchased for $7,000 were worth about two dollars a pair, lie is evidently taking his Klon dike disappointment right hero at Louie. Cleveland Pluiu Dealer. THE MARKE.TS. New York. Sept. 0. IJVEHTOCK-Natlve Steers Jl V, 'i &.'!' Sheep 3ll I'l 4 -" liovs a a:, (u 4 ;:. l'L U K Minnesota I'atenLa i 4'i M :. !) Minnesota linkers' 4 4i 'u 4 7' ,11 KAT No Ued 1 oiV't 1 or. S. i.t. ml., r 1 i"l .1 1 '-." OKN-No. 2 :.7', S. i.tenile r 37'4 21 IS OATS -No. I' il'TTKK Creamery K' Factory s IIKKSK-trKe, White.... ! :(!CS Western b t'MICACiO. 1 in; Hi' CATTIJ:-Shlp l"K' Steers.. 1 s.1 r. r. i 4 3 '.l 4 U) 4 20 4 4."i 3 !0 4 2.1 17 1.1 IP 5 S.I Itlltcheri hit el s .1 Stoekers A ':' KeediT 3 s" Cow 1 ! IIOCS I.lKht 4 P KoiuMl 3 S'l SHKKP 2 4.. hi;tti:k cnuiii.ty 12 Hairy KfUJS V.' I'oTAToKS-dVr l.u.) 47 I'l IHK -Mesx. September !..1I October 4 ,. 'l 4 K"i f.i I! :M I'l.ofll rub-iit r. ii Straight 4 mi l: A IN W heat. September. Corn, September Oats. September Hve. No 2 is.trlcy. Choice. New of :7 31 b','.f u 1 1 .. 1 .T.l 'X l'.'N t'.'. 22 , M', s r.r, 4 so m 1 iiWAi'K K.MN-Whe.it.No. 2 Spring S 'urn, No. :i I!"1 Oats. No. 3 White 21' IS.nb-v. No. 2 4'!' live. No. 1 M roitk Mint S I.AHI) 4 7.1 DKTKOIT. lJlt.MN-Wlie.it, No. 2 Ued.. S !M7 1 'urn, Nik i - 1 nt. No. 2 W hlte 2 Itye, No. 2 4"' ST. I.OCIS. 41 r. no 4 40 4 :io 3 75 5 20 4 2.1 4 40 I;'- 3 u l.'ATTI.l J Stilpblcir Natives It Stoekers and l eeilein ! 1 tOC.S 3 !M HUKK.r 3 (ni KANSAS "IT Y. CATTLi: Native Stur.... M 4'. Texas 2 Stoekers and Feeders.... 2 "." MOOS 3 'hi Sll Ki;i' Muttons 2 ( THE HEAT PLAGUE OF AUGUST. 189C Mrs. Plnkham'o Expliumtion of tho Unusual Numbor of Doatho anA Prostrations Among' Women. Thn rrrenfc borif Tdftfnift of AllITUSt. 11 ... . .sxt. ie:vvm. vnc count uui. ian 41,.. ,1n,1 OimiirrVwmt tlita roiintfV. that tho victims were women In their thirties and '':A ft women Utween forty-livo nnd fifty. tyli fii T)i women wlin Miecumbed to the pro- t L . 3 s V? tractcd licnt vvero women whoso energies wero exhausted byRtilTerlns peculiar to t their sex; women who, taking fia thought Y of themselves, or who, attaching no lin- V port.mco to first aymptoms, allowed their female nyMem to beconio run down. Constipation, cnpriciousappctlte, restlessness, forebodings of evil, vertigo, languor, and weak ness, especially I" the morning, an insfitioii which auddonly attaxks jiicht, or whenever tho blood lxcome!i nrerbeated. are nil wamlncs. Don't tx long to build up your fttrc la now a positive necessity I rinkham's Vegetable ComjHJiin rifle curative nowcrs. Youcannot t..r tn loimmnrn ii roimft of thin of first symptoms you will neo hy tho ing hensation feelings. i 'woman. W5 KiitHSl . riven up when I heard of tho rinkham medicine. I M&H Vi" V Cft a iKittle. me I wish I could get every lady doctor could not do." Mm. 8ulli ENGLISH AS SHE IS SPOKEN On War pell Tomatoes, Flva t Pronounce It. One word in its time has ninny pronuncia tion. 1-Yr instance: Mrs. llousekeep ins other day was doing her morning's market- mjj. v itn ner naa come me snunKvr wu was upending a vvcefc or iwo vviiinn iifr fates. Stanmng by wtnle the snappeu ins ean between her fingers to see that they w,ro tender, narted the husks to make sure that the torn wan ripe, pulled th? pears out of their paper wrappings nnd conducted her self generally after the manner of a careful housewife, was tlie cleik, older woi w lianii. and obsequiousness oa lus brow. u visitor began it with: 'iheso tomavtoes look r.iee. oei some there's a dear! ' . . ,,. To which Mrs. Ifmiekeep replied: v ni, certainly, if you like them! Ihen to the clerk: "How much srs tonuhtoes this morning: I'm not sure; III ask. .Jim, eauing o u. fellow clerk, "how much is them teiniait- "I'll ask the boss. Fay," naming the word further back, "watcher gettin for toniat- toen to day r "T'nmU? O, two basket for a quarter, I guess." , , , Therefore, to pleas' tier guest vviio loveti "tomavtoes," Mrs. llousekeep invested irv some "toinuhtoes" and Jim, who was inves tigating the price of "toniattocs" for the benefit of a fellow clerk who wanted to know how to sell "termaiters," was en lightened as to what he should charge for "t'mats." And the bystander was left mar veling at the infinite variety of "Engh-has alio u poke." Chicago Chiooicle. "LAGER, ALES UNO WINES." lleanlns; of "I.. A. V. Iloiel" nm Kx plnlncd lr German. Among the many advantages set forth by the L. A. V. to rider to join tlu organiza tion are the Hpeeialaceoinmodationsextcndcd to members at the official hotels in cities and towns. It is the euxtom in suburban places for proprietor of othcial hotels to display a sign hke this: "L. A. W. Hotel," in noma conspicuous place. Naturally riders patron ize the oflieial quarters, and as a conse quence the keepers of road house and of hotels in the country are now hanging out "L. A. W. Hotel" signs. The practice has been called to the attention of the league, ami it otIi cr are trying to compel the non oflieial houses to remove the sigiilwards, I mini Inint was madu to the New .leisey di vision of the league lliai a iiuieii.ccpcr on the outskirts of Jersey t. itv not entitled to divplny the oflieial sign of the L. A. . was an otlrnder. A visit to the place developed the f.u t that the owner was not disposed to accede to tlie uemanus oi me league a np- renentative. The latter, finding that mild persuasion was futile, became indignant and , threatened legrv! proceedings. The propri etor, a Cermin, also waxed warm, nnd iu response to the remain tnai no was usun the oflieial sign of the leuguc without author ity, retorted: . "Vot I know ahoud veelmen s lergsr Dot don't shtand for nodding like dot. Dot sign shtand for lager, ales und wines hotel, ulretty yet. Dot my leeg, togeddcr." The explanation amused the otlieial so much that no legal move was taken. N. Y. Sun. YIELDED TO TEMPTATION. With i flonl Above Pclllncr I.nee !! Tliouulit Only tf I.ove. , lie was a clerk in a dry goods tdore. and her beauty and grace simply turned his head. It was in a Chicago dry goods store, which is in its way unique, and the Chicago dry goods clerk i a creation indigenous to the plant he serves. The "boolul" lady youiiK, albeit fhe is a matron, ami as alio atoodentranced before remnants of lace and tried their different ciTci ts by spreading, the incbh over her lily-white hand, he, poor fellow, was entranced too. Isn't it beautiful?" she asked, enthusi astically, as she luid another upecitnen otcr the back of her small, plump list. "Kxmiisite! Divine!" ejaculated the be- wildered clerk, with an energy that ougni to have sold ail the lace iu the establish ment, but which w as lost on the object of it. 'Is it pure vhito or ircam?" she further demanded. 'Til re white, with dim pies," responded th loft knight of the yardstick. There was one more question for the shop per to ak and he anked it. "Is it hand-made?" "iNo," answered the poor frllowrushing on to his doom, "it is heaven-made. ' It took the manager of the department some little time to square the matter up and sell the lace, and now the too susceptible clerk is transferred to a department where lie wil be out of the way of temptation. Chi cago Tunes Herald. Wlirr lie Agreed svlth II I in. "What! What!" The irate old man choked with indigna tion "You want to steal my child from me, to rob me of my daughter? Why sir!" His rage got the upper hand of him, and he gasped some more "Kascal is no name for you!" The young man was perfectly calm. "You bet it isn't," he said, slowly: "and if anvbodv saya otlicrwino there's liable to be trouble." In the fare of such sublime gall what could the old man do? Tuck. A Fundaysrhool Interruption. - Clerry my dear mnn M. children." Truth. l'aul made one error, Juvenile "Did it let in a run?" 1830. Was not without IU In 41ia 1n rr lictanf - HO IliaDV of t4? lU-hlug ono wait f :ngth, that 4vvfY idhanapo- V ST: otdobetter r this grand ' ' medicine. enml ' ' medicine. Itv the neglccl following letter what terrible auffcrlng f came to Mrs. Craig, ana now ne was eurea : - 'I have taken Lydia K. Tinkhama Vegetalde Com pound nnd think It la tho best medicine for women la the world. I wn.i ro weak and nervous that I thought I could not live from one day to the next. I had pro lapsus uteri and leucorrhcca nnd thought I was go ing Into consumption. I would get so faint I thought I would die. I had dragging pains In my back, burn down to my feet, nnd ro many miserable rcoplo said that I looked liko a dead Doctors iriea 10 euro me, mil iaiica. 1 naa I did not have much faith In it, but thought I would try it, ar.d it made a new woman of In the Uad to try It, for it did for me what Q Caxia, Uaker'i Laqllnff, Ta, UN 0 o 0 o