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w.in tenements, one on Aver fO BE ' , o second street In North T W , w t ". J.Reynolds A Hon'. n trood, first-class black- -ZZ.-r rive lUrge connecting rooms, r.vp lour-roonied tenement on 1 Wanted. -TmT Kilcmcn; good Hularv, steady gKiter. nnlaniAfl iHrl a nosf. lit' 1111 EAUGI iw,v- 0 - -VTr.l. " . f In. It HllHlllfl. W V:.;.i,lioiiseworK. tlOB I" "" Injure T-A child's ring, gold, with a ru Osl'- A, . L..n.iav between L.J. Meai UtPBH IOl 1 1. .nun 1m ..- and the Commerc. .. BiUiui-"- 7., .,, rubv d's Leave M"":.' ..I.i.mt mil lothlng sales- i am . . ... rnfKrf.nue. Call of Co.; jMS Co.. Brre,Vt Tvtm'd - Hsperienced clothing s WAN 1 1 ., , ,1 v the Combination Ci r. '.Sh1 reference. Call m-lnimediately. one cnamDer WAld .ml two waitresses. Apply jtoJdilou, Uetiilehem.N.H. THE FALL OF MAHD1SM. End of Misrule In Sudan In Sight at Last, WILL ATTACK OMDURMAN. British Are Advancing- Against the Der- villi Stronghold and "Chlnoao" Gkr don'a Death Will at tail Bo Amgtd. Central Vermont Railroad. Time-Table. T1;'l"''iuyi"Mpt8u,,da,,"to' 0C1NO BOUTB. u ri Kor Boston via. Lowell oi 810 "riew Vork via. dprlngdeld and ',v KtichbuiK . purlir car to Bo ,H Ne ff'f'Sul "hl(.. Con. ton via. .f'' " , wltb White lioun- 'Kr I.-U. .o Now York Ji.OO P - vV Springfield andvla 'don Buffet parlor oarto Boston. , OALPABSBSGKB. For HVrtb, S.W 1-SI--L1 .Vd Randolph, and White River June in, connecting with mixed train for Winder. ?"?n 25 a a On Sunday, runs to Spring jon ,-. VVaraleepiigoar. to JoaU,. Lowell and to Springfield GOING NORTH. wl"' niinviAn. KotUnd. FUf grtss e . . 4.0& P.M -sl'VlJJ..f" S. Allans. Montreal, n.mbr due Juw"i "" .v. ii..i o.-od.OgdMra" Cambridge J r for Burlington, St. Al- MO P- M--??1 Jr.s.?r Mlmu Hleenlng Car. b,nd Chioaao.- without MoBipeiier o p. ...x, night. ",i-irto.lor New Yor. Kutlandand Irov. Wady Hamed, Lower Enrpt, Aug. 27. The Anglo -Egyptian expedition Is now well on the way to El Hajlr, 40 miles north of Omdurman. The advance guard Is probably there by this time. It is now probable that the attack on the khalifa's forces at Omdurman will be made before Sept. 4, as El Hajlr is only two days' march from the dervish stronghold. Gordon Death Beealled. The approaching attack of the Anglo Egyptian forces on the city of Omdur man, the headquarters of the Mahdl chief, known as the khalifa, recalls viv idly the fall of Khartum and the death of Gordon, which are responsible for the present expedition under General Sir Herbert Kitchener. The Sudan, former ly belonging to Egypt, Was taken by the Mahdl and his followern, ending with the fall of V'hartum and death of Gor don, the governor general, In January, 1885. The Mahdl, a religious fanatic, had aroused the natives to a point of re. belllon, and gradually the power of Egypt had been broken down. On the death of the Mahdl, Adbullah bin Sayd Mohammed, one of the Mahdl's khalifas, of whom there were three, proclaimed himself the Mahdi's successor and came Into power. He has been a cunning, cruel, but shortsighted ruler. Omdurman, his city, opposite ruined Khartum, on the Nile, was built by the Mahdl's followers after the fall of the older city. Advance to the Front. The expedition now advancing against Omdurman consists of about 25.000 troops, most of whom are Egyptians, the rest being tried British soldiers. This expedition was undertaken more than a year ago by the British and Egyptian governments, not only to re gain the rich and vast domain of the Sudan, taken by the Mahdi, but also to punish the natives and possibly to avenge the heroic death of Gordon. The advance of the expedition from Cairo along the Nile has been slow, but considering that a railroad has been constructed as the columns moved for ward, the advance up to the present point, now only 40 miles from Omdur man, has been rapid, from a military point of vlw. The khalifa is supposea to have abov 70,000 native troops, ana It is said ne is aeterminea 10 nme a desperate stani. AMERICANIZING SANTIAGO. KILLED AT A GROSSING. Fleaeure Party In a Wagon Struck by a Train and rive Killed. Ware, Mass., Aug. 29. A pleasure party of 11 met a terrible fate In a grade crossing collision here, with the result that four persons were killed outright, the crossing boy killed and all the oth ers on the buckboard more or less In jured, three being very seriously hurt, one of them so badly that he will die! The first Intimation of the terrible af fair was brought by the train which had the victims on board. The bodies of the dead were left In the baggage car of the train awaiting the medical examiner, while the wounded were taken to the town hall, where the surgeons worked over them. The dead are: George Whiting, aged 50; Mrs. Whiting; Jessie Whiting, theii daughter, aged 18; Sadie Whiting, an other daughter, aged 20; a boy who flagged the crossing (name unknown). The seriously injured are: George Whiting, Jr., fatally; Harold Rich, aged 13; John Scott, aged 6; Mildred Scott, aged 4; Mrs. Houghton, both legs bro ken. The pleasure party was made up 6t the Whiting family and some of theti immediate friends of Eondville, and they were going from their home in Bondvllle to Forest lake, l picnic grove about one mile away, in a covered barge drawn by four horses. The accident occurred at Whiting's crossing, in Palmer, on the Central Massachusetts branch of the Boston and Maine railroad. On one side of the crossing there is quite a steep hill run nlng right down to the tracks. It Is ex plained that as the barge came over the crest of the hill and started down to ward the railroad track the flagboy at the foot of the hill was seen to come out of his station to flag an approaching train. The barge had considerable headway, and the four horses were not easily held. In fact, the momentum ot the vehicle on the steep grade was so great that It went by the flagboy and out upon the tracks just as the North ampton and Ware accommodation train for Ware came along. The engine struck the wagon about in the middle, tossing the occupants on all sides, killing the horses and demol ishing the vehicle. The train was stopped and tendei hands at once went to the aid of the victims. Five bodies were picked up In a terribly mangled condition one, that of a boy, being decapitated. The lattei was the substitute crossing tender, the regular flagman, having been called away, put the boy on to flag this train, PEARY AT ST. JDHV3. VOLUME OF TRADE BIG. AGENTS WANTED FOR Dun's Keview Says Iiness Is Run. QfJgjJ (jg (Jjj mug Aiuug oiiiuuuuv, . Klondike Country. And the Gold Fields'of Alaska. Retail Price, $1.00. IRON AND STEEL SITUATION. Illlnola Combination Getting All It Can Do Prions Ralaeil l.y the Tin Plate Producers Week' Failure Ve Than a Vear Ago. Inton.ly tnterpatlne and atrlctly authentic. in 12.00, S-Oo, .10. 13.001 Suburban Service. TKAISfS TO MONTfKLIKK. t.,r i.10. S.W 1. M. ttm'' TBAXKfl TO BARRB. L.n liootpoller 0. . " tsoiudl-'Wr-' wniiamstown Trains. U. Barro 1.20 r m. 4.30 f . . Due W lUlama. SJL 3.30 r. m. Du. 8irr t.U5 a.m. 3.00 F.H. ,,. A. W . CUMJ1INGB, Hint. Gen, P.... Agent Jl. R. BTPl'tfUTOy. Bnpt. M. W. H. l"v. Montpelier &. Wells River R. R TIME-TABLE Oa and ftr Monday, Auguat lot, 1898. trains will run aa roiiowa, duuubjb cvh. SUBURBAN TRAIN SERV1CK Uve Barre, 7.30, 8.51. 10.20 A-m. 12.80,1.45. t.i;. 7.io. io.da.., 12.45. UM.40 , 4.50, s.ao, 7.10,10.10 P. Leave Montirolter, 8.30 8.10, 0.45 A. x . ... n . It A 1 Q Mi P. M. ilrin at Bane, 6.60, 5.26, 10.05 A. iM,tM. 5.00, 6.31), 9.40P. H. a..i....i.A u..-. irto u .HhiAftt tn chanuea. AppU satlon Irom th people for more trains, et batter nervice will be cheerfully eonsM mi. All trains will atop on signal at any plaot tieuei'D Mompeiinraad uarre to u tad will nop at uny place to lave passengers, pro fldeil tin) ilaoe l niacin mown iu mo 1 30 A. M Connects at Wells River with Accommodation Tl .,-,L, .wl lulth Mall M,ni Minn over h 1'aaaumpsie Division of Boston lUias It. K. Through t rain service J' m i k urhi,. Kiuxr Junction to Boilon.and via, Bellows Falls and Bprlngfleld lor Sum Vurb Arr viu in HOBUin JOV r. ' " " York (UraoJ Central Depot) 7.10 P. M. i2.no p. M. Ti..n....k inA u.ilint.n .nffithvans. fltops tt all principal aiotiona between Wells Kiver and f.hv.n.. mrtvlno l VRhvunS 4.00 P. . Connect at Fabyam witL train for Portland and Old Or cbardlleach. Aluo with tralu for Summit alt. lC.k;,.. UnmmiL S.SO P. M. ton nevta at Wells ltlver with the atail Train north over PaHumpsie Division, and the "Facinc vom ,..." Vi. iwiAn Rllnv to Montreal, Quebec, UhicaKO and the Paclllr Coast. Through sleeping cars Montreal tu Chicago every day ecepi Bstordays. To Paclttc Coaet every day eicept Bun- il.v Ai.n.,.h If,-.. Train . .IvlDlf In BOBtOO lr.. AinoRith train for Fabyans, Ineaster, U'hii.M..i.i i..i-r..nn uuriin amvntan and Urana iruok ilullroad. a mi v. M Connects at Wells ltlver with Kxpreaa train north orerli.lt M. H. R, foi St. JohnsDury, i-yp"""' Our Postal and School flratoin llelng Ks- tabllahed-Death Kate Increasing. Santiago, Cuba, Aug. 29. The Ameri can postal system is soon to beintro duced here and house to house delivery and letter boxes are to be established. The merchants are much pleased, and the desire is general for the inaugura tion of American business systems. The modification of the administra tion of the provincial governments by Generals Lawton and Wood meets with the approbation of Intelligent cituens and co-operation in the movement is increasing. The schools will open on Sept. 1. English will be taught In all the grades for the purpone of its Ameri canizing effect. The employees of the civil government are now paid wun checks only, owing to the scarcity of small change. The death rate among citizens ana troops is increasing. The deatns in me city daily number about 80. The mortal ity among the soldiers is sman. .. ... , - - nnnirlofllKnl ever, patienis wim ,i,... r an attack of dysentery and yellow- fever gain strength slowly owing to the enervating effect of tne cnmate. u ti.inr!rd Immunes are now in tne noi"- The steamer Panther nas en will sick soldiers of all regiments arm in Louisiana with 425 sick from all regi ments, leaving 500 for the Olivette, which is expected on Wednesday to take all the sick save the critical cases. Eight thousand rations nave patched to Guantanamo bay for two companies of Bay's Immunes. The transports San Augustine. Leonora ana San Francisco will go for 6.000 Span- lards at Guantnnamo nay. The Cherlhan, a hospital ship, left with 1,000 sick Spaniards. The condi tion of all Spanish soldiers "ho have left or are about to leave Is pl.iful. Physicians say tht 30 per cent of them will die before reaching r-pam thousand remain here. Three THE SIOK AT BOSTON. Soldlor. I- .1- HP"' V'Za" """" Idly Imp-swing In Henlth. 29, cjuarierniasici notice from me The Hope Arrives There With tlie fireen, land Kxplorntion l'aitv. St. John's, N. F Aug. 29. The steam. er Hope has arrived here from her trip to Greenland with the Peary exploring expedition. After leaving Sydney, C. B., their first landing was at Cape York where natives were expected to be found. The party was disappointed, how ever, all the natives having left. With out anv delay the expedition then sailed for Snow Pocket hay, but here again they were disappointed. They then pro ceeded to Saunders island, finding tho natives there in poor condition, they having had an exceptionally badwin ter, snowfalls which lasted for weeks forcings, them to quit their old haunts in quest of food. The natives were de lighted to see Lieutenant Peary and swarmed all over the ship. The Hope took on board a numbei of Eskimos and sailed for Whale sound, "but owing to the heavy ice pack was unable to get In. She came out all right, though she received some bad scrapes. The party then decided to re turn to Saunders Island, and spent a fortnight there, during which time 6C walrus and a quantity of seal were ob Then the Hope proceeded foi Foulkefiord. She met the Windward on the way. The latter is a poor ship roi ,1,1. ,nrir helntr unable to steam to an ih. Hnne leavinK her fat behind on every occasion when they left port together. At Foulkefiord the Hope parted with t ui0iit Pearv and sailed south or. the 13th inst., the Windward leaving at the same time for Sheard OsborneFlord, ,horo Pearv will make his neaaquar- ters during the winter. Resides 60 walrus, ou uos v.bimn men and women j north. . Tho Prince floes Ashore, London, Aug. 29.-The j v,i first landing on Saturday . rnvnl vacht Osborne in ' v. soine ashore at Mount Edge. nvnnnort. after elaborate prep arations amid a flurry of excitement among the villagers. A houseboat from Sevonport dockyard had been 111 tec . , frm level with the gunwale and this was brought alongside the O.. borne and made fast and the platform S la"hed to the yacht furnished a neins m mince's invalio means u f om 'tne stables the Earl of Mount Edgecombe, whom , th prince visited, was in wa.wns, -p. .,! hiirhness was Installed 'capful manner by four sailor, m the vacht. The prince arove tu New York, Aug. 27. It. G. Dun Co.'s weekly review of trade says: The volume of business reflected exchanges at the principal clearing houses is 20.4 per cent larger than last year and 26.8 per cent larger than in 1892, heretofore the year of largest busi ness and highest prosperity ever known. Part of this increase was de to specu lation at New York, but there remains a healthy Increase over the best of pre vious years, and though in some branches business Is not satisfactory In character in nearly all it is in volume larger than ever before. No unfavorable change appears in the prospect of crops upon which the wel fare of the country so largely depends, nor is there present or threatening financial disturbance. Europe has not wearied of buying American securities, although some speculators have been selling, nor Is there shown any want of confidence among American Investors. The money market is running smoothly. without any symptom of danger, and the unusual delay of western demand for crop moving uses only indicates the enormous Increase In available re sources carried in the banks of that section. Wheat goes down 3 cents for the week, as if there were no foreign de mand coming, the obvious concert of farmers to keep Dack wheat, the crop being certainly very large, tending to encourage a conspiracy of traders against them, which thus far has entire control of the market. Atlantic exports for the week have- been 2,731,594 bushels, against 3,059,380 last year, and for four weeks of August 11,736,285 bushels, against 13.387,688 last year, while Pacific exports, 254,239 bush els for the week against 770,819 last year, have been for the month 1,363,794, against 1,405,333 last year. Foreign Crops Up to Average. It is wise to remember that the for eign demand on account of last year's Bhortage is still lapping over, while all reports tend to show that foreign crops are quite up to the average, The output of iron and steel no longer measures the demand, and the stipulat ed Btoppage of furnaces in the Shenan go and Mahoning valleys has raised the price of bessemer pig at Pittsburg to (il0.50 and of gray forge to $9.25, without any certainty whatever that such prices can be maintained when the valley fur naces resume operations, as some of them are now doing. The natural result is that the Pitts burg region Is by so much the less able to compete with the great Illinois combination, Just formed, which is get ting all the business it can do and prom- The actual experiences of minora and their marvelous dlacoverlcs ot gold. The information contained In this book has been oaaefully prepared from the moat reliable sources, and will be the means of lead- ng thonsanus to fortune in the GOLDFIELDS OF THE NORTH. The book contains 300 pngos and Is Illustrated with 32 full dbks lihotoKrupha, taken especially for this work, and also 8 P"'" of official maps, We are the sole vnb I sher a oi " The OITI - clol Guide to the Klondike Country! an- Other publications purporting to be I are Imitations. Our usual liberal Commieaions. Send 50 eemts at once for compute book, to. gather with agents' outfit. W. B. Conker Company, Dearborn Street, Chicago. AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHE WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS 'f THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "PITCHER'S C ASTORIA," ' AS OUB TRAPt 7, DR. 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Barun and Newport with Accommoda Ion ,t to he used for the SOI tf" sooth for all elation, between Wells Kiver pot in inis t aiers in - . H -t the hospi snread of fever. -"". v,Dr,itnls and White Kiver Junction. Also with Kxpreas train north over White Mountain Division for J.M hnn t ii.ui..n i,n.hi..kam a,r.o... Profile House: Twin Mountain, fabyans, Crawford'?. Whltefleld, ueiierso!) ana l.incuniei . r. VI. HTAVYAW. Snnerinlendent. P. W.MOUSB.Gen'l Pasa. Agent. W. A. BTOWELL, General Manager. in KUUi CORRECT. CONCISE. COMPLETE. Over 20,000 Copies of 1897 Book were Sold at 25 Cents each. An accurate and superior book of Reference that tel s vou all you want to know. There will not be . . . . 1 1 .1 I I," .1 . . . - -,1 a useless page in n. j rmi:nii i.u ....... aUU uunH nntr nf Kncvclnnedlc information on sub- i,.,.ia tBtiatlcAl. Offlcta . Historical. 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It is well to note that the liabilities of failures reporting for the three weeks of August have been only $4 598.213 against .338.273 last year, and f20.932.285 In 1896, 8,519.366 in 1895 and $8,214,470 In 1894 Manufacturing were fl,5.8,633 against $2,731,966, and trading were ?2,910,114 against ?3,201,614 last year. Failures for the week have been 1.9 In the united States against 223 last year, and 26 In Canada against 34 last year. I vear for tl.M) and yon can have a copy of the book by sending 16 cents auauionai. THE ENTERPRISE, Barro, Vt. hnrana were nevei LZri7n.r. faster pace than a walk. .... ....lr Are Frightened. TMnntet Aug. 29.-The general council haadopted a resolution declaring thai as the importation of American horse, as me i i . becnme a has so -hrM,dlnK of French man ace u Barre Railroad Co. TIME-TABLE. On and after Monday, August 1ft, IMS. until further notice, passenger trains between Barre ano flurries will run daily, Sundays excepted, leaving Barre at 1.20 p. . Returtiing, arrive Barre at 3.0" P.. Above train runa direct to the largest quarries and time is given to inspect them. F. W. HTANYAN. Genl. Bup't. "re,Vl.,.luly 28, 1898- BVT TnLnts of the various hospitals p!r,"t!rd'"tl calls on Quartermaster at ma-. - . limher of appn- Hyde for clothing. A nurber ofso,Ppers cations for trap"'a furioughs have Wh haV.eteed by the quartermaster. ats'?- are able to be moved. hnrlv OI Aim". ohbtt'KH'f BOOK OF THE WEI . ba iu Every Borne and Library. 1 n BiUle History Itov. A. II. Bayce, Quean's College. Oxford, tml., SamiMl ive t'urtlsa, IJ.D.. Chicago Theological 5mmr), ('hirsgo. III.; Rev. Frederic W. Forrar, D.V., V "' ftinterbury. Canterbury, tn.-i.'": f-rll.i:aiwn, D.D..Tuft. College, 8omeivllle,M"is.. jf" trunk W Uunaaulua, D. 1., Armour Institute, u..-. ., 'r'an .,'niircn, iawwii --vArk CaWarr Baptist l""ron. a-j- martrn nummenwi.. "WArlhur. DM :!". N. V.: W. STflFrs,, Bawist (Ihuroh, Lewiaton, Mo.i B. I vmijli L"!"'"l,n I).. 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"',. room from the taken to ar unaei been com. his -u,. t the xne Buiu.c." -- hospital. horses urgent restrictive measures re " lr such importation should be garding waa ,sgued that ev- TJU import should have IU origin branded under it. rlng Wonder -ail. , tu - Y Aug. 29 Marlon Mills, tne t nd fell on thu She stumniea municsted wun. ,ng ni0ely. hosnltals are all f'-A ,vorse There has been no cnang- a. - ed 1 the moet s enow. -- - of ChanS,! Xts rt ' phy-lcians think the Patlen ,v ha; occurred among had an examination ne duUe9 ,a8t WfHk,not Bo before the board, he could not go be exam. Tt was ordered that nis h)m t(, ined to see If that say9: Th the higher rank, in iJd ,n ad. board joins with J" and gallant miring the Navai Constructor conduct f Aslant ction with Richmond P. Hobson m the ,et f the Merrimac, as ee ; ro North of the commanding office tnen feterH Atlantic station. Tbe ed ,n to the var iouspape Bon,g d a nection wh,hacbmmendation that he r Vnava. constructor. h6r , the Cortland County Agricul traC? sc etv hereustaining concus T o lne la n. She was unable to 8ln nfter fanang. The mare had been ;ntVhe Ctern clfcult races and was on route to Bangor, Me. . ... t-l.iv Hiitl IU' Wife. Oenerm - .ini to ThJ Gen journal from "naS bought eral Cassius Marcut. u y a farnichardson h0 still refuses to Dra htm declares he will pro-vChraslongasvc-s," Nnval Volerims' Aunounoement. New York. Aug. 29. Daniel F. Kelly, urtmlrnl commanding, of the Na tional Association of Naval Veterans of the united States of America, and who is chief engineer of the revenue cutter service now on duty in New York, gave ,. tho announcement for the tnir- toenth reunion, convention and parade. which is to take place in Cincinnati on TiiBHrfav. SeDt. 6. The National Associ ation of Veterans of the United States is composed of naval veterans whose vionrtn.inrters are in Independence hall, oMioHeinhlA. A neace Jubilee and a re union of the naval veterans of the Fed eral and Confederate armies will consll features f the programme. It is intended to invite the ex-Confederates . zonula with tne navai veieioim. ii iont northern and southern gen erals and civilians will be Invited to ad the gathering. Among those who ...ni h invited to address the naval vet- erans is General J. B. Gold n cf Georgia. I'leasm! With. Camp at ..exliigtim, Ky Ameshurv. Mass., Aug. 29. Lleuten. ant Colonel Bailey of the Eighth Masa- ,.pni. United States vol unteers who has had command of the reelmerit at Chickamauga during Col onel Pew's absence, arrived here on a ten days' leave of absence. In an in terview Colonel Bailey said that when v. i.rt the reerlment was settled in the.r new camp at Lexington, Ky., and the men were greatly pleased with it. Tho camp was much better than Camp Thomas and the men had picked up ,wf,,llv since reaching there. They now had no cases of serious illness. All of the sick men were left at Camp Thomas, being transput ten iu u m vlslonal hospital. All of the sick are having the best of treatment now, and their friends need not worry about them As soon as the sick men are we:i enough they will be sent home on fur loughs. r-niiiiariunt mr Sir Sol.llira. Baltimore, Aug. 29.-Dr. Walter 13. Piatt has placed the Garrett sanita rium at Mount Airy at the disposal of the United States government for 90 davs at the instance of its founder, Mrs Robert Garrett. The hospital Is complete In every particular, and the government will only need to furnish some cots if a great number of sick so -dlers are sent there. The sanitarium is -Jmihiv located for such an emer gency as the present, situated as It Is in the high, healthy atmosphere of Car roll county. : Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You. TMI CENTAUR OOMFANY. TT MUMIAV TKCT, NCWYOnH IT. . e VV'liat sort of start ar-you Boinp to make 3n life f Are you going j fj f J ic mak0 money and be successful business men f Or are yon ' going to wear yourselves out in the cheerless drudgery c: hard labor I Halt ot this depends on your jjartwf. the othor half oa you. -rav f IXI J ll Wealth ' honors await yon if yon V V V? IrV prepare yourself to take them. Men succeed WHO ABE BEADY. If you want to bo paid a goo salary you must malte n wnrthw nf It. There are thousands of $50 a week places begging for good men, .mininn.ntctansnliincn beeeins for poor places. If you are worth IBOa wee ouu es . . . . .. . n irnnnn' man Aari ho.VsH .uttrlll t7PT. ltHUPe. TnK DCSV IM "'"miOUtt t jwuua wws w a own way la tbe world is a wurats in i vjUq expects to nmiu Vg- NATIONAL rmMt9 BUSINESS COLLEGE . - SO a. etisk laavltAfffl The most celebrated practical school in America .The $W4t Is to give young people suca training iur ""'""-.r, , ir.-T mara thaa , hir-he? Dlaces and tHus earn better pay. During 1 40 year, ol lire, i "S nersons. mostlv young men and boys from tBooouutry.iuavoB...- positions . . -lenaatlons are recogniiea ettrw. SituatfonTnromptl " l Bu81M" ""J '"'"nforfre.eatalotrue-a beautiful book giving much helpful lnferalo.W .... . , " , ... . limn unri nl wnat Bmuil COB hwvi . will ne snrnnsva w imra ia uuv, .uui . . may be bad. Address as above mtnlion IIm paptr) Vent CLEMENT U. UAlUliS, l-roBmen, riuui.Bv,ro, $70,000,000 IN GOLD Will betaken out ef the Klondike w peason. $7,003,000 IN GOLD The arrival of the steamer Ex nel.".inrn,t S.in Fr.ineiseo. SeDt. lfl, with f8-4,soo,oco worth of golfl from tho Klondike makes a graiiq r.nr.n.1 of over St7.000.003 received from Hint-district since July lt, and probably as much more has already boon taken out and is held by miners who have riot yot roturnod, wlnlo competent flu- tlinrii.ii.a PRl.imstfl that at leC'J -5,ooo,000 moro will be taken out tins season, iou can secure a shrroof this vast wealth if yorj will embrace the opportunity and invest in the stock of the Alaska- VnVnn-KlnTirlirre Gold SvndlCatO. Hon. Fi.'.l 1". ISvnne, Pres. Col Wm. J. Sli.j bury, Treas. Capllal Stock, I"a,C03. Shares $1 each. Full Paid and lion-Assessable. Wo offer Urn first block of 100, T.OO glii'MS ni tiiia stock at only Cno () t.'ollnr per Share, in amounts to suit any investor, largo or sm"ll. Bo not fail to in ventilate tliis ontcrpriso. 8100. invested now nicy bo i worth tliona;.nils to you within 1 months, more or less in same proportion. The sync-lute Is authorlacd to purchase, tmild and s 11 ail kiia ol machinery, ships and bor.ta, to trfi'iepurt fieH!htandpo.iieii gcrs, locale, nnreliaw and develop mines and Siitilng iiroprnicai to liun-haso, locate and obtain government rlirhts, to town sites, tim ber resewce. p!?.eer and quartz .i.ines, and te do a geneial trodiiiK business m supplies, Btoam an I eleetri.-al maeli'nery. These pnv Dec, will be of ii.-.m-.- so value to the shara hoMcrs ol the Syndicate. Write frf "The Stnry nf Kloa Ctlfce.' an illustrated book., free. Address all inquiries to Alaska-Yukon-Klondlkt Gold Syndicate, Cssco Bank Block, Portland. U. NOW WITH"! AN. iiD i;;r:n. use, iiieu'.youre lern Many men ai s t ..ir iiui tlieir loonC' l.v but for the wfnt uJ i beini! laid amis in is in viie ir.t.v man. Ailcioi WEAKNaS.'?, ' VARlCOCii V ES ANi tn.ii-t- -the onsets vt e.3: i; overwork ,..ii''-' wo can qu icily a medical ekill.A'vio-t -H cwbi1 Conauwt. miT'.!,;; i',..r.h Kulii.Tiimi l.ive-Com- plni.it,cm.'b'e trnced to t! ;'"') b m.i.lvin;. U.j nroir rasawliMi u care an .....-T -iri.. A. Mi.iiv Kino fiQtti.rr.ii? irrnn tlicsedlsoiKasarB lire nrui...-K '! "V' " " after mere hi-.iwk, sunn m; 1-1 rrrl M1"l I duned liyaomcfr'nuduliini',! O. ' driwgW or I We stive a letta Bono) or Ouorontee to euro or refund vour noncy. Trentmsnt ut homo as wolj as hero: some price, eanp) cuariiu:-i. m "-", j to come ve mil onrt. -t to rrfuud railroad fr nod .i-l ! I foil to euro. t--3r5C-.CCH.0O capital eisirsior rafur 1 !'' l' """ , tired of qiiiii.'l; symntiinirt !. ence, Wfsr. Vllliniom P'l' -and par in..' ! and offi'Oi-ii' enco. ('-ni; (Jio med-.-i-. i t' IGi.or-i KLONDIKE GOLD FIELDS Men, women and Young people to the num ber of 1000 are wanted at once to sell "Gold Fields of the Klondike," a new book from high tiuthority, beautifully Illustrated from gotual photographs containing also a superior map of Aluka 18x24 inches printed in six colors. It tells nit about the country, mines, fortunes made, tbe unexplored fields, how to get there, efc. It pells cheaply, everybody is interested and is inst the book for a ready sale at sight. 8end 20c and receive by mail a complete out fit which includes the large map and commence work anywhere you choose at once. We give ibcral terms. Address S. S. SCRAKTON A CO., l'ublishers. Hartford, conn. State ..riiuruttid.1 ffi he nbovo Iff ' Fit En . n.linble m ic-ui "i;i- Q r ralltllU. B Bei. L. D. BASS, D. D., Manager. Vittsburg, r.: Toronto, Canada: New Or leans, l.a. ; New ork, N. Y. ; Washing ton, V. C: San Francisco, Cal.; Chi cago, III.; St: Louis, lio., and Denver, Colorado. There are thousunds of positions to be filled within the next few months. Address all applications to Union Tucirens Agencies, Saltsburg, Fa. 35 s. 31 1 arm g g v- iO- a fioam ths " The Kind You Haw Always Bought Bignatnre of. (2Ur The Weather. Increasing cloudiness; local rains; easterly winds. Ciii,"b'""' Mil Zil. 1 Llllfi ' Shangnai, " " ,8 a tonce8. American l'1 f'' sun(,.,i-yainen for tho sion n-'-m th'. fu ' mlhvayj say:1 nffer from an indu- Hpcurvu . VH.iu-'lii-'" ijhal, Tien-Ts he has .... smwiian nrm . , enuai concessIon. tne uc- cient to wfl k ,W , ln tne work ii imerican He-. Iment "le"' Chicago, AUB. i haa cease,, t Dewey Timnki Mllwnul eeans. uriiw.nkee. Aug. 29. Secretary W. J Langs on of the Chamber of Commerce Qivorl ft letter from Rear Admiral George Dewey in which he thanks the ,,Dr nf Commerce for the resolu- r,aorl bv that body on the brll .vi victory of the United States fleet on My 1. The letter concludes follows-. "It would afford me much l..atinoatloii to partake of the hospital V... e vnur city, of which I hear so much, and I shall hope for that pleasure in the near m ...-. General Terry Wry if:. .... ,, ig. 29. Surgeon General A1""..J thvmiBh this city on his Terry P-- He , , cVnaequ nee f hi. tour of Inspection o JBr.tae military camps of the south. In DOWNS' ELIXIR Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping-Cough, Consumption and all Lung Diseases. 1 Peonle stand bv Downs' Elixir because it cures and has cured for sixty-five years. This is ne i strongest possible endorsement of i Ita mnritR. Price 25c. 60c. and 1.00 per bottle. At Druggists. Henry, Johnson &Lord. Propi., Burlington, Yt. I CANDY CATHARTIC j rTriTr"""ff Pain-Killor. 41 tmiT da via'.) fPTJtllT DAVIS'.) very ose a a..M mnA Rafa Rnmedv la ev. nd sverr kind ot Bowsi Complaint is Pain-Killer. 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