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For Sale. . . . T.' I Ii? ' ') I LKT. A two-tene F0R , mil-eat N'o-11 short Btreet" ln . eSeW.C-. ijnlnto'. Q"'ten 1 To Rent. ....vt Vn. 1,. K. Smith has a tene- r"Elm Street, pEKT.-FKe Inrt-'c conuectin I ?S3tATcriir llloek, recent y lurjre connecting rooms, lUlUUllieu, .,,, In, 1 II ATI"" f,.nt nflli.A nn W5! Jt.t l?'., i nov, HIo r-iiio"- -r 1 ,M. Averui. Wanted. 'TKP -Salesmen; good salary, it W work- l'irst -S',,itmul ur,,erle8 steady KO- ,-hftfr, liv un experienced Kin a jnr mrtet. V rlnft, K"ii W1,lu, V 7." sindsy between L.J. Wend s 1 !1V - ...1.- I OST.-A cl. I It am il !riU al I lie ' omtnerciai nouse. wm ,t TF.l.F.'iHA M otlii'C. Central Vermont Railroad. Time-Table. .BKKCTEOTOJUKK.l.U8. leave Uurrc daily, except Sunday., fo. "' UCINU OUU in. V II.. for Boston in Lowell oi . ill A. Sow York via. Springfield and " Fitf-Mim?. . u Prt,rcroBo al i. owell. without change. Con lnvi iso r h notion with White Moun "' 1! w i i i ro Z 1'arior Car to New York Wtinr K tiTKXWtbBS. KorBo.ton 12.00 l' M;-, votk via. bprlngHeldandvla S un'in. B.t P"lor carto Boston. 'v .i I.ASSKSOKB. For North- 6,10 i,,ndolph,and White River Junction, connecting with mixed 'ir,.in for Windsor. u vMiHTKXritKSS. Leaves Barre U.00 L7.vi on v.butleave. Montpellerli.40 ;My(,Ptay)9A.i S' .leepiugear to Boston Via. f.owull ami to Bpnuguciu OOl NO NORTH. t u Y lw MHH For Burling- i-Jill A. -l- . ., T.i!rffn.H . itni...,. Point and -' . a riih.ivi.....". - . ..l ion, km Junction wnn ..n-hLUlT. I OIllKTLir v , ,. ... lj,.lnnrt K.. H.. ,fol lilt poinw J I'. M.-31."" . ."' Z. Montreal. ifnr Bur nn'.on, ivuimnu 5L , ' r & nun to Chicago via- Niagara .Ipouii onr p ... .... T...ll.,,n , St. Al UO I' V .'.XI 'ltr.0 or i""6"'H . .1 H.,llmil H MUD l'ullman bleeping Car, l'll'"l lu , ; To Chicago, without 0 Wllliuu . next uiuht '.!...... in... I'liioiitroD IO r.M i-x Junction for New Y'orli via, Rutland u"l Troy. Suburban Service. TliUNS TO MONTl'ELIElt. ,,.ve Barr. H.10. ) . 8-10' 11.1)11 P. TltAlXa TO BAUHK. u. . II,, ii.30. 9.15. 10.50 A.M., 12.56, Williamstown Trains. UaTeB.rrel.SOP m. 4.30p.m. Due William. towa 1.55 p. w. o.'.;u p. m. Lmv. Wiluamatowii 7.30 A. M. 2.30 P. M. Due Bane S.U5 a. M.3.U0 v. a. f W BUmVIX 8. W.CUMMJ.NG8, (,V.BAl.mu., o Oon. Pa... Agent U.K. bTOL'iili TON". Sunt. M. it W. R. Dlv. Montpeiier & Wells River R. R TIME-TABLE. Ob asJ slier Holiday, Juue i7, 1898, trains will run a follows, Sunday, excepted. SUBURBAN TRAIN SERVICE. Leave Brrc,7.30,9.lU, 10.30, A ra. 12.30,2.00,4.00, 1.15,7.10, lu.ua p. m. Arrive at ilontpclier 7.50, .9.30, 10.50 A.M., 12.50, l.,l.jJ,5.35 7.), lu.io p. . Leave Motmniier, 6.;i0 8.30, 9.45, A, , 12.00 II 1.06, 8.80 , 4.45 , 0.30 9.30 P.. Arrive at liarie, U.00, 8.60, 10.05 A. M., 12.20, 1.25 3.11, i.05, 6.50 , 9.a0 P. M. euburhau riervice la aubject to changes. Appll eailon from thu pwiple for more trains, qulckei lime, or taller ecrvleu will bo cheerfully con.ld ered. All triiina will nop on signal at any place between .MinielieruBd liurre lo take passengers, and will Hup at any place to leave passengers, pro tided the (date i made known to the conductor. T D A M- Connects at WYila River with Accommodation Train nurtli, ami witri Mail and Express Train until over ilia ramummic Division of Boston lliine II, It. Throinjh Train service from vVells River via. riyimoitn or 'hite River Junction to llxtun, and via, lioiln. Kalla and (jpringtleld for Xew Yort. Arrive. In Boston 4.60 p. a., New Vols vliranJ Central Depot) 7.10 P. M. 12 30 P. M. Tliroush eerviti , llarliiiKton tofabyans. Stops illliriiiei,nl stations between Wells River and Futjiiua, arrii iuu al Kabyana 4.0(1 p. H. Connects liitiyam wal iiiilii for Portland and Old Or ckard lieaeh. Also with train for Bummtt Mt. Wa.hinkiion, arri inr timinil 0.30 P. at. Con iieds al w Mis iiivcr with the Mail Train north over IWiniiie Divuioii, and tin 'Pacillc Coast Kx I'ie" i iii t'aiiadiaii i'acillc Railway to Montreal, tlucliec, ihirauo ami the I'aetlii Coast. Through leeiint cars Montreal to Chicago every day except Samrdavf. To l'aeiiie Coast every day except Bun day. AI,o wiih Express l'rain a. living in Boston 4P. x. Alan with train for Kabyana, Lancaster, )ihiieli.dd,.lei'f.Tsoii, Herlin, Uroveton and (irand i'ni.lk idiilruad. 4.00 P.M. t'omieet. iii Wells Itiver with Kipreas train north over II. M.u. H, fr st. .lohnsUury, Lyndon 'iile. Ban.jii and Newport with Aceommodallon liain soutli for all siations between Wells River and Whut l(iv,r .luiietion. Also with Express 'rain norm over White Mountain Division for Lis ;oi, l.itileton, llrililiihem Strtet, Prolile House, 'am Moiiniaiii, Fal.yans, Crawforr'.'s. Whltefleld, .vijoii i,ii,i .:uieaMel. f. W. STAN Y AN", Ueneral Agent. K. W . llOU-iE, (len'l Pass. Agent. . A. HTUWKI.L, General Manager. I AFE URE PEEDY Ml, LE CLAIR'S FRENCH REMEDY Never PaIIs. ENDORSED BY THBOSANDS. s 8 rent Mumps brtwra trial pack Twenh trial package and ifilr WAniSBrtoTDroD- Bow. Put. (.a U. S- Aftnf adertm p Mtiw paclnte. t liny This. 'F; II her." ; '1 Tor.nv.v, tho oilier '' "Why j ii iimt tho Uov is said to "v I'". Huh, r ,.fl.u, man? -nr. j Mllijirf "mpkins had never given thi IDI.Y thuiiL'ht. mill wna lmrrllv 1m....... i l" lo u,SWl,r 1Ta.m(1( ... ,UI wl ho sitiil stnmblingly, i '" uiN' n is, i suppose. "'1, sinco I'm vonr father, I'm t-'dlll? Id men vim n tw.knt: tn t.hfl " iimi half a crown besides. I al that, if I was stingy ,w a father tho rost of tinm ' ', '" lm I 0!1- '""1 have a good ' ' )vlul" '""r young. I never had a"y'liniin,,uv.si.ifr, Ki,!r' T'""'l,killfl Hazed in blank astoii tW"'mrat To"""-v- Slowly tho signifl ' "I iliu hint dawned upon him. Imlf hovuMku. he said: ukc it, Thuiuas. Whon you really 'eu.ni, a uihvr, I hope it won't be ,: Jm'sl"rtu"0 t" huvo a sou who ia FAMOUS LIKELY TO SUBBENDEB. Little Doubt Spaniards at Hnlirul,, win Yield to Necessity. Guantanamo Bay, July 27. It is diffi cult to see how the large body of Span- lern troops at itoiguin can fall to sur render very shortly, although re-enforced by the Spanish forces from Gl- bara. Holguln Is one of the command ing points ln eastern Cuba, and the sur render of Its garrison will be an Im portant event In the war. News from there Is expected shortly, and urjon it will depend some of the plans of our commanders. The Vixen and Suwanee have return ed to Santiago, convoying the prize ships brought here for disinfection. The main body of the fleet is here ccal lng and cleaning as well as the facilities of the bay permit. The movements of the ships under Hear Admiral Samp son s command, except those engaged ln the Porto Rico expedition, depend upon the decisions of the authorities at Washington, and the Impression is growing among naval officers of high rank In these waters that it is not ad visable to send a fleet to Spain without previously enabling the ships to under go thorough preparation, including go ing into drydock in several cases. The list of vesseJs In Guantanamo bay up to Monday morning included the flagship New York, the Brooklyn, Iowa, Indiana, Oregon, Marblehead, Mont gomery, Detroit, Newark, Yankee, Yankton, Hornet, Ericsson, Rodgprs, Wampatuck, Samoset, Vesuvius, Celtic, Vulcan, Alvarado, five colliers and one transport. A Boston fruit Bteamer arrived here loaded with fruit, in consequence of a request upon the part of Admiral Samp son, but the steamer refused to sell anything, and each ship was given a supply of fruit, which was much appre ciated. No news has been received here from Porto Rico. Colonel Hewer, who was sent by Gen eral Shafter to receive the surrender of the 6,000 Spanish troops at Guantanamo, arrived here on Sunday night with two of General Toral's officers and proceed ed to Calmanera and Guantanamo. The Spanish troops there surrendered at once. It is said' that 1,700 of the Spanish troops of the Guantanamo district are on the sick list. The work of tending the sick, feeding the healthy and main taining order among the prisoners will probably devolve upon the navy. The Nlpe bay engagement was quite hot, but there were no casualties on the American side. The Spanish gunboat Jorge Juan was riddled by our shells. It Is believed that about 200 men desert ed from her after opening the Kingston valves. A fleet bulletin just Issued In regard to the Investigation of the effect of the navy's shells at the bombardments of Santiago de Cuba says: "Twelve houses were completely wrecked Inside, and one house was burned. Sixteen 8 inch shells struck within three blocks on the Calle de Ma rina. These excavated the ground to a depth of about four feet and to a length of about ten feet. The street was macadamized. It is Judged from the fact that many of them struck near the water's edge that a number of the shells must have gone into the bay. Army of ficers have stated that 30 or 40 went be yond the northern edge of the bay into the Spanish lines. "A dozen or more of the shells had not exploded. In four of them the base had been simply blown out. In one case a 4 inch shell, which was prob ably a stray shell fired during the dem onstration at Aguadores on Jaly 1, had gone through a tree and had exploded in the ground beyond. "When the severe effect of the 8 inch hells Is considered, It Is e. matter for ongratulation that It was not neces sary to continue the bombardment lon nch shells, as the squad- on had prepared to do. The effect of ihese latter would undoubtedly have een of a most disastrous character to ,he town. The board has completed its nvestlgatlon and will make a detailed eport later." The Prairie has arrived here from tflpe bay and reported all quiet. The Spaniards have sunk the Spanish gun joat Sandoval, which has been lying iear calmanera. mis - is being a gross breach of the terms of :he surrender, which the Spaniards then lad knowledge of, especially consider- ng the fact that food has oeen Rem iy he United States navy into i.,aiiim..- First Sergeant of Marines Kinnm m Sew York has gone north on me ie o get his commission as socona ueuu - int of marines. This is almost w - - ase of such promotion on recorn in jrnnch of the service. Tne toui-." try has also departetl. SANTIAGO FATALITIES. leneral Slmftor's Detailed Kepni i r........ There Were l.r.DS Ciuhhiiii". Washington, July 27.-General Shar er's detailed report of the American ... . .. an n i Intro has :asualtles in me uani .----- jeen received at the war jut-,-. -tnd is now being prepared for publica ion The total number of casua ties ' . ccr. vjoo-nitulated. the American "VaU X.eJtTif. -a-" I , 208 ..f K 1 Mil. ZA .HIllL-l" .ntwl mpn: wounck'd, 80 oflU-eia and miss- i oai Man micuinr. Hi nit'ii. Ing are supposed to be dead, as, so tar as known, the Spanish forces took no prisoners. General t ev.o Trirsr nivisiuii, K-t r.r.mmandlnc. the casualties were as follows: , o slvth First brigade, consisting u, ... and Sixteenth Infantry and tne aev-ty-flrst New York: Killed 6 officer, and 40 men: wounded, 14 officers and 262 men; missing, 50 men. Second brigade, consisung . end. Tentn and Twenty-first 'nfantiy. Killed, 1 officer and 17 men; wounded. 10 officers and 114 men; missing 3 men Third brigade, consisting oi "'""""' Thirteenth and Twenty-ic-u. . -- try: Killed, 6 omcers u.m wounded. U officers and 186 men; miss- lnSecondedlvision, Major General Law ton commanding: irio-hti, First brigade, consisting of the E ghth and Twenty-second Infantry and the Second Massachusetts: KUled, -T and 15 men; wounded, 8 officers and 111 Tcond brigade, consisting of the First, Fourth and Twenty-fifth M"1' Killed, 2 officers and 14 men; wounded, 5 officers and 55 men; missing, Third brigade, consisting of the Sev en TweKth and Seventeenth infantry: Killed, 2 officers and 45 me", wounded. 3 officers and 148 men; m ssing, 1 man. Cavalry division, Major General Wheeler commanding: virst brigade, consisting of the Thirci, ....v. ,a Ninth cavalry: Killed, 2 offl- i n man wo'jnrten, & officers cers ii" ' 'mLm';-..C of the First aTSn. --by and the rough rid ers: Killed. 4 olllcers and 30 men; wound la, 13 officers and 179 men; tnlahlng. 8 ght bnncy battalion: Killed. 3 men; wounded, 1 orin ei u- It is calculated that if tho ch. drcn under tho care or tue Ajuunu" - i-i i it i..,,h1h t 1PV woum rSSK to Carlisle, a dis received Instructions from General Mer. rlam to cause a preliminary survey to be made of the harbor at Honolulu and Its surroundings as the initiative of for tification plans. He is to prepare plans for barracks and officers' quartir.,, which will be final after they have been ap proved by the war department. They will be subject to change by General Merrlam before being sunt to Washington. Exploiting Mines at Xew York. Washington, July 27. General Wil. son, chief of engineers, has returned from a visit to New York harbor, where) he went to witness the explosion of some of the submarine mines forming part of the defense of New York har bor. Nearly the entire day was occupied in setting off six mines, owing to the amount of shipping passing near the mines and the disregard of the skippers of the danger signals. Another Light Goes Out. Gibraltar, July 27. The one great light near Ceuta, the Spanish penal settlement on the coast oi Africa, will be extinguished until furtLer orders. Kolio of I, a limirgagiie Found. Gloucester, Mass., July 27. The Brit ish ship E. J. Splcer, Captain Cochrane, has arrived here from Trapani, Italy, with a cargo of salt after a remarkably quick voyage of only 42 days from Trapani and 26 days from the rock of Gibraltar. The Splcer had on board a large life raft marked, "La Bourgogne," which was picked up on July 19 In north latitude 42.5, west longitude 59.12. On the raft were found life preservers, which leads Captain Cochrane to be lieve mat s.ome ot the passengers or crew of the 111 fated steamer had es caped on the raft and were rescued. A pair of oars were lashed In the center of the raft. Captain Cochrane will for ward the raft to the agents of the French line steamers. Rifle Company llluiuod. London, July 27. As a re-sult of the Inquest Into the deaths caused by the explosion of a case of primers on board the American steamer Manitoba at the Royal Albert docks on July 6 the Jury has rendered a verdict that they were accidental, but a rider was added, at taching strong blame to the Winchester Rifle company and the port authorities for the "loose manner in which they dealt in primers." The Manitoba was recently sold to the United States gov ernment by the Atlantic Transport com pany. Three men were killed, and seven others were Injured by the explosion. Two Suicides and a Murder. Whitehall, N. Y., July 27. Mrs. Bev erly Robinson shot and killed her child and then killed herself at Fair Haven, Vt. Her husband had been camping at Lake St. Catherine, near Poultney, foi the past three days. His sister-in-law Mrs. Metheney, who formerly resided in Philadelphia and was with the camp ing party, committed sulelde yesterday afternoon by taking carbolic acid. News was sent to Mrs. Robinson late last night and it is supposed upset hei mind, causing her to kill herself and baby. Colombia Must Pay. Rome. July 27 Admiral CandlanI, Is announced ln a dispatch received here from Carthagena, Colombia, formally demanded on Saturday last that the Co lombian government accept President Cleveland's award ln the Cerruti cas in its entirety and to guarantee Its ful: execution. The Italian admiral insists upon a definite reply In 20 days. In tht meanwhile the Italian warships wil' visit other Colombian ports. Disgruntled ItntlllT Shoots to Kill. Manchester, July 27. While Judge Parry of the county court was deliver ing judgment canceling the commlsslor of the court bailiff, a man named Tay lor, for misconduct the latter drew a re volver and fired three shots at the Judge. It is feared Judge Parry's Inju. rles will prove fatal. The AVeuthor. variable winds. Fair; FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. Closing Quotations of the New Yol k Sloes Kxehange. New York, July 20. Money on cull nmiiinnlly al l'nl 1'er cent Prime mercantile paper, 3U,i4 per cent. Ster linn exeliumre steady, with nctiml business ir bankers' bills at f 4.8r4.H for demand anc at J4 KTOii4.H4 for Wl days. Posted rates. S4.a ami VW. Conimerrinl bills. ?4.(8Mn4.H,1 Silver certitlcntcH. WaWUc. Hnr silver, filte Mexican dollars, 4.1c. (lovert.meiit bond, strong. Slate bonda !' Railroad bondi strong. Closing prices: Atchison W Rur. (Julncy...HllkR C.,C. C. St. L.. K fl'iesHnenke & ().. &i N. .1. Cent ml North American Northern Pacific Do. pref - N. Y. ('eiitrn-l. .. On, aba Ontario & West. l'nclllc Mail Heading Rock Island Silver Bullion... St. I'll til Sugar Refinery.. Texns Pacific. . . Union I'uciflc... Wabash pref Western Union.. 111; no 71i 11HH , My. . 15 , 2! , 18 CbiiuKo tins 1011 Cotton Oil ' Del. & Hudson. ..lib5 Krle (Jeneral Klectrlc M'm Hocking Valley... Ji Lackawanna Lake Shore WH Lead Louisville & Nash fit Manhattan Con.. HUMS Missouri Pacific. KM Northwestern ....WH .11101 .1W. , lSVf . 24V . 10 . my4 nenernl Sluvkets. New lorU. July 91. FLOUK - Slate and western .lull and lmvel sell: winter patents, "' i...ii.t' 4.4r,n4..-w; Minnesota patents, $4.7 rul; winter extras, t:i.Wn:i.ll. ' .... v 9 rH ruled weak all tin VeeanKU of lower cables and mot. liberal receipts west; July, TlluTSc.: September 7!Hu71 IS-lrlc. HYE Easy No. 2 western, 4flc., c. I. f., Hut fBCORN-Xo. 2 n shade easier through realls. fg r!mi scattered rains; September, IWaJdMc Krt-No -8 dull and harely Mcady: track white, state. BlnSTc; track, white, western, 31 "p't'lRK-Steady, mess, $10nl0.23; family LARD-Qtil'-'ti 1'rimc western' steam, $5.80 "lil'TTE It Firm: state dairy, lSMlc.. RK.Krge. white, c: small white, S!-4C KHtiW Steady slate and IVnnsylvunia, 14a 15c. western, tic. .... 3l,, ul'lt H - Haw nrm: in centrifugal. IM test.tVtic; i ,lliieu mini 5'kc: powdered, muc. Ti;i!l'KNTlNK-ulet at 2,' JIOI.ASSKS Steady: Xew Irleuns, snaokKi. KII'K-Steatiy; domestlf, ri!jiilS-4c; Japan. fljtiiill'hc. TALLOW -Quiet; city. !4a3-c.! country. H AY-I)t.lh shipping. ak.to.; g'l tocholce, tuuruc. . War and Soldiers. ; l,ia "IIol.V fctiii" conimuilal)le p n lawful, ncciwsiiry, k,.,,viiblu profession yea, CrOd unu - tn be ono fico of tho himself nmy Z ;,,, lu, 8tvleth CHI"!""'.! '"f . himself 'a man ot company ois. tllouKh " " ... .1 twins ue 10U amon countries into ... into rupunttmco, jet is ropentiinco, ) i Heroism of the Fishermen. It is always with a vague regret that wh read the sagas, and are thrilled by the viking's exploits. It seems as if the deeds of daring had gone by "forever, and as if the heroes of the deep were a myth of the past. Absorbed in tho Norse romance, we forget that the vik ings were only pirates, and that they dared for slaughter and for booty. " Ji the Gloucester of today had only existed then, what horoio saga would it not have inspired! Por to risk life for glory or riches or rescue ''or love is in the heart of every man to do, but to risk life for a bare existence, for other peq pie's profit and for an anonymous end partakosof that commonplace sublimity which does not form the favorite plot of poets, although onoe in awhile it is the subject of a daily paragraph. For the vikings are not dead. From Portland to New Orleans, our harbors are full of them. They lounge upon our wharfs, and wo do not recognise thorn. They loiter on our. streets, and we knoV them not. But if there is a moro inod est, unconscious, or braver follow than Jack tho Fisherman, our eyes have, yet to rest upon his face. He is the hardiest and most daring, the best sailor in the world today. Any continental kingdom would give its wealth to possess hiia for its defense. He is the. envy of every maritime nation. Has he no value for us, beyond tho halibut and the cod, the haddock and the ousk? Herbert D. Ward in Century. The Debut of the Bowie Knife. To the public mind duels were really a necessity. The man who would not fight "at tho drop of a hat and drop it himself," was soon made to feel that be hud very much better not have been born. There were progressive duels, too, from which the popular mind no more revolted than it does in this era frp;n progressive whist or eiiohro. It was ono of them which gave Bowie and his knife to fame. In some way there had comp to be had blood, black and bitter, between him and a certain ColuHftl Norris Wright. After long bickering, it was agreed to meet upon the levee opposite Natchez, Miss., each with half a dozen friends, duly armed, and there shoot tho matter out. There were a doz en on each side when it came to fight ing. The battle was arrauged to begin wjth threes, the rest standing by, and coming in only when those of the first fight were dead or disabled. But thoy had miscalculated their own self con trol. After tho first fire thcro was a general melee the reserves to a man gripped pistols hard, drew knife belts to a handy clutch and went into tli9 combat to do or die. Martha McCul-loch-Williams in Harper's Magazine. The Climate of the Philippines. In regard to the climate which a for eigner encounters it is easy to exagger ate its discomforts. Although it is tropical, still even in summer the cli mate may be called healthy. From De cember to March thero are warm days, with cool nights and little rain. Dur ing March, April and May the days are hot, dry and dusty, while the thermom eter rises to 96 degrees at noon, but the nights are not uncomfortable. In the latter part of May and of Juno there are thunderstorms every afternoon with a tremendous downpour of rain. The createst heat occurs in these mouths, tho thermonyitcr rising frequently to 105 degrees in the shade. July, August and Septomber are the months of the ereat typhoons, ana wniie jhjuuui es capes the greatest fury of these still enough of their force remains to acmoi ish many houses. During October and November storms lessen in frequency and soverity, and the weather gradual ly settles into the fine days of Decem ber. Isaac M. Elliott m acnuner s. His Only Opportunity. "Hattio," said the clerk at the blan ket counter in tho department store. speaking rapidly and in an undertone, "iust a moment. Will you what is it, sir? Harness department? Six aisles down Hattio, do you think yon could furnituro, madam? Third floor. Take tho elevator Hattio, I'd like to know handkerchiefs, ma'am? Third counter to vour right. Blankets, sir? Right hero. Wait on you in a moment Hat- tie, will you marry me? "Yes, Tom," whispered tho girl at tho notion counter, still tapping with her nencil on tho showcase. "Ca-a-a-a- n.nsh I" Chicago Tribune. 5-a and Weather, On the 1st of July the earth receives 6 por cent less heat from tho sun than it does during a corresponding period in tho mouth of January. But winter does not occur then in the northern hemisphere, because the sun ruus high in tho sky and its rays fall upon the earth more nearly vertically than six months later, and, too, tho day is much longer than tho night, so that whilo the sun sends us a little loss heat in to tal amount we get a much larger pro portion of what it does give us than we do in January, when tho total heat for tho whole earth is greater. New York Times. - Fun From the French. A boulovardier is at once surprised and enchanted to meet an old time com panion whose suicide had been rcportod. "It's true," said the latter. "I did want to kill myself, simply from dis taste of lifo. And then came along the doctors and discovered that I had a grave disordsr. Since thou, you under stand, I tako caro of myself I" Figaro. Surely He Wouldn't. ,, i i j "If I were only a man, sue tsuu, "we could" "Possibly we could," he said, "but the chances are we wouldn't. If you were a man, I wouldn't be hero. I'd bo saying nice things to somebody who wasn't a man." . Sometimes it is worth whilo to think of such facts as these. Chicago Post. The Tongue. The tongue is divided into threo re gions of taste, each of which has its own special function. The tip of the tongue is chiefly sensible to pungent and acid tastes, the middle portion to 0,.,0nra or bitters, while the back is con fined entirely to the flavors of roast .. butter, oils and rich and fatty substances. ' llarsrain In Real Estate. Ageut I think I can sell this place forvou. but I can't get the o, 000 you i,ir Vnn Ml have to take $4,998. Owner That's queer. Why. should rh. ortra SU stand in the way? Agent My custoinef is a woman. Pain-Kiiler. (pinnv DAVIS'.) A Pure and Safe Remedy In every case and every kind of Bowel Complaint Is Pain-Killer. This Is a true statement and It can't be made too strong or too emphatic It is a simple, safe and quick euro tor i Crsrmps, O h, Kheumatls ti, Colic, Colls, Neni-avgla, Vlayrifioaa, Cr p, Toothache. J TWO BJZB Jjc.aml gfja. $70,000,000 IN GOLD Will be token out of tho Klondike next fieUBOD. $7M000 IN GOLD The arrival of the steamer Ex cchiiorat San Francisco, Sept. 15, with a.fioa.ooo worth of gold from the Klondike makes a grand tovm uioYtre, ,uvu,vw rvcoivuu from that district since July 1st, and probably as much morehaj already been taken out and if held by miners who have not yet returned, whilo competent au thorities cstimato that at least 835,000,000 more will be taken out this season. You can secure a share of thiu vast wealth if you will embrace tho opportunity and Invest in the stock of the Alaska. Yukon-Klondike Gold Syndicate, linn. Fred 12. Henna, Pres. Col Vm. J. ainybiiryt Treti.. Capital Stock, $500,000. Shares $1 urjj. Full Paid andrioD-Assusabla Wo offer the first block of 100, OOO shares of tliis stock at only One, (1) Dollar per Jlire, in amounts to suit any investor, largo or small, Ito not fail to in vestigato this enterprise, 8100, invested now may bo wojth thousands to you within 13 months, m&rQ or lcsa ia WAS proportion. The Syndicate ! nuthorlrcd to pnrdisaa, build and sell all kinila of uiaehuiery, ahipe and boat., to transnurt frcitOit and pasien gers. locate, purchase slid develop miuei aikd mining proiierties', to purchase, local, .nil obtain government riphts, to town sites, tim ber reserves, placer and quartz .nines, tnd to do a general trading business In supplies, rteam and electrical uiaeh' if ry. These priv-llcst-a will lie oi" immense value to trie, faajtc Jioku'raol'tlie Syndicate Write for "Tho Story of Klon dike," an illustrated book, free, Addreasall inquiries to Alaska-Vukon-Klondtke Gold Syndicate, (asgo Bnb toci, nRl"?! 4f 'HE GESilTEST BOOK OF THE AGE! S!iG; ;!dbo ia Every Ecrae and Library. ii Ft pig's Ble Hlsters rftlen hv RiKht Hon. William Fwirt Obid.ton., Kx-I'iernier oi' (treat liriliun snd Ire, end, t hosier. Kil l ; ll.e. A. II. Snyee. tjiieen'a Collet.. Oxford, Entf.i Kev Siuno.d Ivos I'nrtlMi. 1. D., Chloneo lliBoloaieal Ser.iLnary, ChleaKO. 111.; Hev. Frederic W. Furrnr, U.P., F.U-S., Denn of l.'nnterbury, (lantsrhurr, Kng.i Uev. Klnicr H.Cnpou, I).U.,Tofts College, riomarville, Iwhsm.; Kev. Frank W. Guaaoulus, Ii. P., Armour lnlimi, Uhiceuo, ill. Rev. (leorao F. Pentecost, Maryls- M,u Arthur. D O.. Calvsry Bnptiat Ohurcli, New York City, N. V.: Rev. Marlyn Kuntmerrjeil, Main Evunslon, 111.; Rov. W. T. Moore, I.T..1J.. ''The Ohris tiun (lomioonivealtli," London, Fan.: Ilev. Kdwnrd KvereU Hole, It.U.. South ConaresaMonal Church, ll.u,.,n M,,.a Colleiro, Kichmond, En.: Rer. Cnspnr Kene Qreaorj, Leipzig tlnivorslty, Leipzle. Oermaiiii Bev. Mm. Cleaver Wilkinson, D.l) , Vniversif.y of Chicase, Chi coko, 111.! Kev. Samuol Hint, H.D.. Inrnty Oiileee, ; nev. ,losepo AHr uhkv, ...u.., ,..t, llartlord.lionn.: Kev. j. r.ionroiji,juii,.i... .-..,.:.... -Wood Prosbyterian Church, lindon, l.np.: I.ov. Oeorue C.I.orimer, Tho Tomplo, Ho ton, mass. lt.tl.l-, .1, ,.'l,IT,n' UIO r.nn. R7 flll .llAU'. llluatro' ll.n. pili. odoos. oioth. UMi hull lovant, M.-tll full eXr1i,' r,.'''i iiiTinv i mip Wi futl.ncfTo 1. luntrn tions. Stylo A ilt odces, lull levanl, ono voiurne. fl5.,KI: Mlylo Ii two voiuniee, ion ;e-vr,,, j---j.-n 11 PA li'l'S, quorlo size, roview cjt-e l ion locacli.c, it. V ,r nn'n 11V 1,1, lir'nUtorC"! .-l.d l.Oe.wliiTS. I'll furilier inforniuriou. wriio lll'WsllV I). SiifXAliJ I'uiiiislio-.inand ili Mom oc Silent, Llucuuo, lilinoir AGENTS WANTED FOR The Olllcal Guide to the Klondike Country. And the Gold Fielils of Alaska. Retail Price, $1.00. Ititen.lv Interesting and strictly authentic. 1 h. actual experiences of miners and their marvelous discoveries of fold. The infonnstion contained in ihlhm,k has been naaeftilly prepared from the n;oet relinlil" sources, aud will be the means of lead ng thousands to fortuno in the. (iOLI)FIELDS OF THE SOUTH. The book contains 300 pages and is Illustrated witli 32 full page photographs, taken especially for, his work, and also H pages ot oiumi mans, We archcBolenubllshersoi TheOffl cial Guide to the Klondike Country)' an- Other publications purporting to be areiuiif.tlons. Our usual liberal i;o,i,,i,is.-loP. R ml so esnits at once for complete book, to gather wiih ageuts' outfit. w. It. Conkey Company, Dearborn Street, Chicago 3 to 5 Per Cent. PEK MONTH, Earned for clients. Money is not in vested in the stock market or in so-called syndicates, but in good, solid collateral, where no loss can be possible. You can invest $10 to $1000, or any amount between ; can withdraw it at any time ; and can have principal and inter est guaranteed. Have never lost a dollar for a etisto- r ... .,:..(:. ,.4 nior. 1 t ars OI expeiiuuco wnn biuimh-u customers throughout all New England Write for circulars. The best of refer cnees. A. J. LITCHFIELD, 60 State St.. 15oston Maw. Ready for agents "FoHQwin?j ins Eauator" is the title of MM TWAIN'S Fuv Book of Travel. T lie story of his jourm :r AROUND JHK WORLD t!.-otiali Hawaii, Austra lia. Fiji Islands, India, South". iriea, etc. Beau- iftillv illustrated by Oan lieanl, A. I?. Frost, Ii. YV. Clinedinst. The Author's Masterpiece. fnolher Innocent Abroad A Fticccss i t'oiii the start. (Cnorinous sale assured. 3003 ants Wanted T xi-liisivc field. Send fof i .lit ion n-it'-T. AildrcM PU(ii:8h,R3 CC t.f.nTFORD CONN. DeWitt's Colic Cholera Curv Pleasr.nt, quick result, al " ; Si "i ct AN OPEN - To MOTHEF WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS f EIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD 'S RIA," AND " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRAPfc. I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyann. was the oriainator of "CASTORIA," has borne and does now bear yyr" r.-' the fac-simile signature of C&yfZcZfea--This is the original "CASTORIA" which has . the homes of the Mothers of America for over thin LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see the hind you have always bought and has the signature of per. No one has authority from me to use my name except The Centaur Company, of which Chas. H. Fletcher is President. Do Not Be Deceived. Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in gredients of which even he does not know. "The Kind You Have Always Bought5' BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You. TM CIFITAUII COMPANY, TT sCS,aV CTRIST, SIB CITS. ft! n REM 3 'Is li EsiV NOW WITHIN TKS REACH O? EVERY iV.AN. r - ...ffn.inn tinrolil mlftAfV onAnf. 4.,., eVnin m,.nv fur fllrt.iuMQLS EOOcl 1111. UAtl, Dut ior ir.e wau. ui ii.M.i.h".n, hmhh.;, -bolnif laid uwuy ii prfentuture craven. H&l- itiA i-fsarh of every sullen nu nnrt weak man. All ciiwwof NERVOUS DISEASES WEAKNESS, FAILING ENERGIES, VARICOCELE, UNNA rUKAU luao- ES AND DRAINS, whether thoy ne rrom the envctti of early errors, indiscretions i overwork, sickness or frm any chum, i by most unfailing methodB known to modern 1 l,,ll ilmrut nil naua f tVinS11Ill CtlOn Kheumatisrni Catarrh, Kidney and 1.1 ver Com- j plaintH, enn oe traoea o uibj uwmwn, n" " .l,u,lhi.il,aiiMur rumrui it4 a tirB CUI1 Bl ways be effootod. Many men suffering from them aifteaMB are UKearowning men, ..ffue saaea cf enan Sllioh nu FrKS PrlhVn DtlODB. Free Treatments, etc., only to find themselves I duped by some fraudulent O. O. D. druKgist or mM ininn oomDnnT. n i ur ejiimiiuTJiinsi. Wealve a legal Bond or Guarantee to cure or refund your .Yioney. Trentment at home as well as here: same price, same guarantee. 10 iaow wuu iomr , to come here we will contract to refund railroad fare and hotol eipeneei if wa fail to cure. pr250,G0O.0O capital I hu rtf nur nhftoluta Guarantee tO cure or refund your money. If you are . tired of quackery, if youhafany of the above thai mutta Mfrt f. miMnriibie exist l ence, WRITE US und srewlM nei valuable papr f ui !y expluiiiinii thj cud our methods at ti:e mwt perf !c j fltitti:i HBUtt t r nrfnnt. rr.liahle and effective treat monts kntiwu to -nedical boi onco. Oorrrs;oni!eiieo etrir-tly conH 'eritlol. i Ne medioinertsent uutll ordered.) Adu 969 State Kebscal Co., Omaha, Neb. (OI Nabraskft, Iiicorporaten, S tnstc good. nt them CANDY CATHARTIC iiKsotn.f. more anr bud tsste liitBcmctitb.iMTlnB the breath sweet snd perfuiped. It I. a reul plca.nre to take ttaeiu Instead of aaa- I seating liquid, or oaauoa-ball pills. - - - OAaCAHBTS Iare purelr Tesstahle ana contain no mer euil.l or oiker nln. eral po'son. Thoy are rustle of tb lat est remedies dlscor ored and areascien. Cl l Ctecsafcina canablnatica never before put together la anr form. . ...CAaCAKKTS nie nntlssptlo. 1'hat means thev stoplin dlirestcd food from souring- in the stom ach prevent fer ni.iiiintlon In tec boivel. nnd kill dls pa qerms of anr ANTISEPTIC LAXATIVE kind that breed and feed Id the e.'sten. r.acA BETsi tone the stomaLh and bowelsand stlBulate the lazy liver, eiak line l work. They trnthn the bow els and put them tnte vlKorons haaithy oondltlon. Biaklaa tbelr actloa easy and natural. f r t." si , Sonet $ j t -i ,y i""lIW!T? i5": ''v'"rrtTi I M - cmciatTi j LIVER j STIMULANT t jtid?e CASCARETS fcy othet medicines you have tried. They w,nke anythineelse that's sold, and infinitely superior. , jDon' are new. Try a The only genuine. Samole Beware ui imitations I STCLfTla NO-Y0-BAC j. . JmmmLmiuWmzi?rT rrr jtt - saMa. .gnswat afj.i lu-, .f k im wniriF thk f What sort of start are you going to make ln life i Aro yon going E3J JT CD to make money and be sucocssf ul business men I Or are you going to wear yourselves out in the cheerless drudgery of hard labor 1 Half ot this depends on your partnts, tho other half oa you. tl llXlf lll yiAl Wealth and honors await you If yous y JJI Vry IVIrAIM prepare yourself to hike them. Mn succeed WHO ARE READY. If you want to be paid a good salary yon must moke yourself worthy of It, There are thousands of 150 a week places begging for good muu, , .rMmiuinna of its unfair men beeglnr you will get It-sure. The best equipment a young man cis own way ia the world is a course u The most eeieorawa pracuoM scnooi .... ...... is to five younf? peopia ucn iraiu.ux t.ui,n. o.H thua anpn hatfpr riiiv poraonsVmSstlyy pcsivioiis ui iu. worm. Sltuatfons promptly sooured toe all u5?:, . . , win h anrnrlaed to lrara iu how short X may bo bud. Address aa abovo ttn.Uien tus paper) X CLEMENT C. OAINES, President, PorjcmcMPSlB, NW YORK, LETTER assachusetts, same that on every wrapper. used ih ars. it is the KLONDIKE GOLD FIELDS Men, women and votitiK' peoiile to the mim lier of 1000 are wanted nt mice to sell "(lolil Fields of the Klondike," n new book from hi'h mithoritv, betiutifullv lllustritled from netniil photographs tonttiiin'ii(r also a superior map of Alaska 18x24 inches printed in six eolors. It tells alt about the country. mines, fortunes made, the unexplored liekls, how to fret there, etc. It sells Chen Dlv. evervbodv is Interested and is just the book for a read v sale nt sight. Send 20c and receive by niiiil a complete out lit which includes the large map and conimeiico work anywhere you choose at once. AVe give ibcral terms. Address S. S. SCRAXTON ft CO., rublishers. Hartford, Conn. UnionTeachers9 Agenciesof America Iter. L. O. BASS, D. D., Manaf or. rittsburg, l'a.; Toronto, Canada: Xew Or leans, La. ; Xew ork, N. Y. : Washing ton, 1). C'.j San Francisco, CbI. ; (Chi cago, III.; St. Louis, Slo., and Denver, Colorado. There are thousands of positions to be filled within the next lew months. Address all applications to Uxios Teciieiis Agknciks, Saltsliuig, l'a. 3o R..r. th. Jt i M ' "'"!!? tl. w:j u... ji.... li,.,.. rispntTl Increase Wi. low of I nillklasorstnssseto- BOON FOR MOTHERS ers. A tablet enten j by the nether makes I her allk sslldly par. I alive ad has a aaiid I buteeratla ctbet on J she babv- the enlv s safe lazaHTC for the baDe-lu-arwe, .... Ajn3AHKTS mmmmmmmtem arellkW by tnoehll-l dsen. They ta.tel ni C1CC good and Cl geod, rkKHSb tan vlnrfialln sua W SrlvYeVwora!.1. SSjl THE CHILDREN all klads Cf Barn- sites tbat live la the enssnaaBasa j. bowels cf the growing child. V .CA8CARET8, , tnken patiently, per sistently, sregaaran teed to cure any cusc ef censtlpatloB, nc natter hew eld and obstinate, er Pur chase money will be eheerfuliv refundod CURE GUARANTEED by year ewn drngglsk, .... CAIOAHbTI arc sold by all drat glts for le. e. BOe a hex, accord ing to Blse. A 1cm box will prove their snerttand pntyen on the right read to per- HEALTH FOR 10 CENTS tpoi sss sin...... health. Don t risk delay. 10c box to-day, if not pleased get' and booklet mailed free- Address naiBT CO., tnnsue, tontscal, cm.i new vosSt SBB lookleb for poor places. If you are wort HO a wee oan have who expects to malt MATHQMAL BUSINESS COLLEGE in Aim-r -xv. : . -i -t nn . J mi,,, gcw-Alnl atTnrt rf tftflOUFRe' iur "L"" ,rf" ora .han 0,OTO llnrillkT tt 40 VeurtOI Hie, mor lill w,vw n""1 to ml '; ,,; ,nnntd eTerYWnerB. worthy Briuate of its Uusiuess aud fahorlhaul .i.i .i, M.h. mnpb fcslnfiil Information. YOU. a tlmo and at what small cost a good education 19 l 1 XT Jt n would grow so licentious. -"""t than fililiitj. Chicago Jtewa. yourself. 1 London tanco of B00 miles.