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mo. I feel liho
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ft. temples and
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head, that I
chills, was very
weak; my left
side from my
my waist paln-
torrlbly. I could not bleep for
Pln Plasters would help for a
Hp. but as soon as taken off, the pain
M in.' just as bad as ever. Doctors
nova medicine, but It nave me no
Now I feel bo well and strong.
no more headaches, and no
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WILIft M FINCK CO.,
'k.t otroct. ti.ii Franclmi. Cmt.
Eat in Haste
DEWEY IS TIIEIR KING
Insurgents Have Great Con
fidencc in the Admiral.
KBBBITT A !! ANDERSON fBABBD
DawllltagSMftM to DUarm rmr.l by
r ..r tt.o wltkmwaJ of
a wtltaa frill.. nun,
London. Aim. 18 Tb.. Pi,iii..r,:
Junta in London laoaivrd a rliipatoh
from Manila rMtaiday onBoaneing that
matters theiH an. r,.,,,. Ik-
lowil, mid tlint tbn frlotlrui hat.
Aguinaldo aiij the Americans is rJlaflD-
Aceordlni: to the Innta'a
jaaaigmti fur a Una ragardail Uenoral
Merrltt ond Ooneral AndttlOa ns Mar
tliiets, uml (eared they would inlnot
harsh notbodi. liko tbo Bpanlarda,
toward tho Filiniuini: but ll... I iiii.
gents from the Hist bate had the great
est contlileiioe in Admiral D.iwey, whom
Uii'V nvai.I a a -ml .. father and tin.
most important Amerleuu at Manila.
Hie junta Is sutlslled that nil tho fric
tion will Boon disupiiear, and that there
win no no troutilo Ironi tins insurgents
If tho Americans decide to letiiln the
KILLED AND WOUNDED.
Dm oral If nitt'i Bspsrt on tho Tletlaot
of tint Last llaltlr.
Washington, Aug. 2.V Corbln this
afternoon received tho following from
Merrltt, ut Manila:
Tho lint of killed, wonnded and
loaths in this command since August 1
August 2, killed, William EL Lenis,
private, First Nebiasku; wiinn.led, John
F. Duncan, Lawrence P. Conn, Qeorfe
Hansen, William W. Wiekbam,
Joseph S. Oviatt, Churles F. lVdsei and
John P. McCauley, all privates from
the First Nebraska.
Augut 5, killed, Robert McCann and
Samuel F. Howell, privates, Foui
teenth Infantry; Clements Lanei,
Twenty-third Infantiy; WOOnded,
Obiude F. Head, Georgo Engelhorn,
Fiist Nebraska; Clinton Lambert, Lu
cius Snow, Daniel .1. O'Connor, all of
tho Fourteenth Infantry! Henry W. Hal
lard, Twenty-third infantry; William
W. Sterling, First Colorado.
August 13, wounded, F. nton F. Now
man, Joseph Smith, R. L. Turk, Twenty-third
infantry; Thomas Harden, As
tor battery; Mcrviu Carloton, .Sergeant
Henry E. Williams, Corporal Frank
Craft! Charles Little, Thirteenth Min
nesota; Robert F. McCann, C. A. Mor
gan, IL IL Parker, Peter Porge, Hurry
H. Oker, Twenty-third Infantry; Chas.
Van Hall, Robert II. Billman, 1).
Uaknr, Astor battery; Frank Smith, K.
Brady, First Colorado; A. T. Hammer
gon, First California; William A.
Jonos, Lewis H. Wallace, dayman
Thoreeou, C, T. Rice, H. li. Harrow
man, George T. Twenty, Louis Dlmore,
George Kahl, William B. Moore. Ern
est L. Rider, Henry FritzlofT, Hilton
A. Trcnhtim, Albert S. Sanson, Charles
,1. Aleres, Charles Wood, Thirteenth
Minnesota; Robert McDonald, First
Coloindo, died as a result of two wounds
roccived In action.
KILLED BY THE FRENCH.
I.urge pJambere of Blatsrs Shot Dswa
In the Suburbs of Shanghai.
San Francisco, Aug. 25. Seiious
rioting has occntred over French con
cessions in Shanghai's suburbs, attend
ed by sorlous loss of life. According
to ailvlces brought by tho steamer Bel
gic, tho trouble grew out of the failure
of tho negotiations by the French mu
nicipality to secure. Ning Po josshousc
and nn unused cemetery on tho French
concession for n proposed school, hoB
nltal and a battery. After lengthy par
leying with fruitless results, the French
seized tho cemetery on July 17, and
pulled down the walls.
The force employed In tho work, In
cluded landing parties from the French
gnnboat Eclaireur and tho steamer Uc
Oanleno, together with polico and
French rolunteeis, numbering alto
gothcr 200. Tho Ning Po population
was greatly wionght up, and after all
the shops had been shut up an ottack
WM made on tho polico station and the
south cud of the l'rencti quarter.
Tho Frenchmen opened tho flro on
tho tffob. killing 15 and wounding 29
others, who wero taken to the boapital,
one of them lu a dyjug condition. The
situation is serious. All the Ning Pc
eervants have been ordered to leovo for
eign employ. Following the attack on
tho police station, 150 men were land
ed from tho Italian man-of-war Maiec
Tola Tho Shanghai volunteer cot p.
was also called out as a demonstration,
and ordcied to hold themselves in read
iness for another ontlueak. Tho Sikh
polico, fully armed, are holding the
bridges between tho English and French
Now York, Aug. 23.-Fifteen thou
sand people saw Martimas at tho long
odds of 40 to 1, win tho gieat futurity
stal.es at Sheopshead nay toui iy. u.gn
Degree coming in second, while tbt
public's eboico was nowhere. The day
Wus excessively hot. Tho delay at the
post was tho longest on record, 1 houi
ond 83 minutes.
Supplies for Flk-hteri.
Chicago. Ang. 23. - Tho Rocoio
says Great Britain. Russia and Japan
iv.) entered the markets of the
United States for tho purpose of pur
chasing provisions such as canned and
sailed meats, for use in their armic.
Sin, navies. For several weeks a re,
DOrt has been in circulation, among the
Jreat packing-houses at the stockyards
to this effect, audnovit Is iconflimed.
Tho numbcTof Chinese In San Fran
cisco is about 80,000.
Ml. I OewU'S rienerii.lly'
New York. Aug. 25. -At a rooef njj
of tl,c Woman's Natlmia
AssiH-iatlon, at tho W.iidsijr bote . to
it was announced that Mi Helen
Ooul.I had icn 133.000 to pur chost
foo.1 and delicacies for the III and
funded soldiers hi Cam tkoff.
Washington, Aag. 2S.-IUy. in
cablegram to the state department tb.
af ernoon sav. the Ur.tish government
. r .... .nn n ation for per-
Struck by MchlnluK at
Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 20. During .
heavy thiindei slorm (Klay lightning
truck a mnimer car on the Second
oveiiue traction lino as it was paining
lireeiiwood avenue, end as a result BM
pii-.enger is dead, another will proba
bly die, ond lour otberi ate badly hurt
Dea,R s. Feare. aged 2d, a well
known business man of Hmclwood.
Injured Mrs. Sarah Munhall, skull
IraOtoad, arm broken and hurt Inter
nally will piobably die; Eugene Mun
hall, her ion, badly cut about head;
David Thoina.. head unit arm cut and
bra lied unknown foreigner, foot
crushed; .Tamca A. Hutler, shocked.
The ear, which contained about 12
p.is-rn.., rs, was tiavelii g at alniut a 20
mile rate when the bolt struck it, ex
ploding the IDOtOrl and Setting lire lu
the coach. The passengers weie panic
stricken, and mado frantic efforts to es
cape through the tightly-drawii canvas
Mr. Feare, in jumping, alighted on
his head, crushing his skull in a hor
rible manner. Ho lived but a short
lima. All tho injtiicd leceived their
injuries in lttemptin to jump before
tho car came to a standstill.
Naswrlag Owl Has Finally nrm d
Washington, Aug. 2fl. Orders have
been is.-ued fur tho mustering out ol
tho following regiments: First Ver
in nit, First Maine. Fifty -sih-iui.I Iowa,
Sixth Pennsylvania, Fifth Indiana,
Second New York, Second Nebraska and
ono Handled ami Pitty-aeTenth In
diana, all volunteer infantiy.
One battery Ohio light artillery,
Fitat Illinois volunteer cavalry. bat
teriei A and B, of theOeOlgla artillery,
Twenly-ieghth Indiana light battery,
and tho Now York and Pennsylvania
Ca rally trtsips now in Porto Rico.
Other orders to muter oat troopt w ill
be announced as soon us a definite de
cision is reached.
The Poito Moan cavalry to bo nms
t. re.l out cunpiises troops A and C,
New York; Philadelphia city troop,
tfthoiidan troops and Governor's troop,
CAPTURED FROM SPANISH
Twenty-Five TI.i..ihuiI Arm. nn.l Mil
lions of It.. inula of Ammunition.
Washington, Ang. 20. General
Flagler, chief of tho ordnunco bureau
has received fuither reports from the
ollleers in charge of the captmcd Span
ish arms at Santiago. They show that
the number taken will bo about 25,000
with "severul million" rounds of am
munition, the exact number not stated.
Tho reports say that these anus aro
Muuscis and Remingtons, and for tho
most part aro in bad condition, rusty
mid badly kept. The aims will bo sent
to New York and Springlleld, to bo
.leaned up and examined critically.
Ordnance officers euy that if they can
bo put in proper condition they will
bo made uso of by the army.
BLUNDERS OF ALQER.
London Times Oirera Some Suggestlona
llegttr.lli.g American 1'olltlca.
Indon, Aug. 20. Discussing tho
rumor that Secretary of War Alger will
take refuge in the senate to escape re
sponsibility for his blunders in the war
office and that Senator McMillan will
become ambassador in London, tho
Times expresses tho opinion that if
America becomes n colonizing power,
sho will lie compelled to abandon this
fluctuating style of administration in
favor of trained civil and military ad
ministrators, not likely to removal with
each procidentia! change, mid not too
dependent upon politics for their selec
tion and promotion. It will bo equally
impoitant to cultivate permanence in
diplomatic representation abroad.
Utica, N. Y., Aug 20. Aa tho re
sult of a furious storm which swept
over tho region north of Utica this
afternoon, over $300,000 worth of dam
age was done to propeity. In Deor
Held, 10,000 damage was done to faim
property, and every bridge on the high
ways north, oast and west of the place
W6M carried away by tho swollen
streams. A washout in the cunal
bank occurred near Rome as a result of
tho storm. Several sections of ruil
wuy roadbed wero washed out, uml eer-
eral railroad bridges cumin! nwuy.
Mines Will lie H.iiinve.1.
Washington, Aug. 2rt. Negotiations
have been opened through diplomatic
channels by which it is expected that
tho Spanish government will co operutu
with the authorities hero in tho re
moval ol the mines and toipedoes in
II. iv. mi hurbor before the militai y com
mission assembled there, the nuvul
authorities believing this to ho a
proper precaution before any ot our
naval vessels enter tho hurlior with tho
A Paris Sensation.
Loudon, Aug. 2. The Paris corre
spondent of the Daily Chioniclo says:
A tenia lien has boon created in tho
Amoricun colony by 11 beautiful ond
wealthy California lady, ulways de
scribed os V'icomtesse do Henriot,
jumping fiom a second-floor window
in tho Rno Hluncho to tho pavement,
sustaining terrible injuries. There is
1:0 hope Of bef recovery. The opera
tion of trepanning will be ierformed to
night. Promotion for Philippine Fighters.
Washington. Aug. 20. The presi
dent has culled upon Gonciol Merritt,
commanding the 11 ilitary forces ut
Manila, for his recommendations ie
garding the operations Unit resulted
in the sunender of the capital of the
Philippines. It is the president's pnr
isise to promote the officeis who ren
dered conspicuously meritorious services
in ll, land lighting at Manila, just as
was done In the cuse of the gallant
officers at Santiago.
Some K.tiaonlloary llemanda.
New York, Aug. 26. A Herald spe
cial from Santiago soys the entire
clergv, from Ardihishop Cres down,
has sent to Customs Collector Donaldson
h regular monthly "impress" for pay
meut ol their salari.-s, as was tho Mfr
tom under the Spanish regime. The
archbishop's salary is 112.000. Donald
son was also presented with claims
from tiie pioleesois ol schools, police
ri other bodies. Instructions have
been asked (rom Washington.
Glove mode ol fiogsklnarethe latest
Fnm lie MesirraJ .Vrm. Jael-o Mirk.
The subject of this sketch is M years
of BfB, and aelively ongagisl p fariii
ing. When IT years old he hurt his
shoulder and a few years aflet com
DMBOad to have rliemualu' pulus in it.
i in taking ii flight odd or the the la, si
strain, sometimes without any appar
ent cause whatever, tho trouble would
start and ho would suffer the mot
BSet iieiatiug pains.
He suffered f.n over :IU years, and tho
last decade has suffered so inncli that
he was unable to do tiny work. To
this the frequent oocurreuces of dizsv
-p. II- were added, uiukiiig him alm.et
a helplcsi invalid.
In nil Hi, It of U'e-ilAsr
He tried the hest physiciuns,
W ithout being Immii filed hiiiI has Used
Severul sH'cillo rheiimalic cures, but
was not helped. Almut one your and
six months ii go lie read in this papei of
a case somewhat similar to his which
was cur.-. I by Hi. Williams' Pink Pills,
uml ooaelnded to try this laaaady.
After taking the first box ho felt
somewhat bettet, and aftei using Ihreo '
IklVK. II. lift. Mlbftll. .1. - - I
..... , ' uiiii ij "ii.'r '
the dliaintai left him. and bo has now
for over u ymr been entiudy free from
all his former ttoub'e and entoys belter
health than he has hud since his boy
hood. Ho is loud in his ptaieM o( Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills for Palo People, and
will gladly oorroborato the alsovo state
ments. His "'-t OfllaO address is lo
ronao Neeley, Horton, Jackaon County,
All the elements necessary to give
new lifo and richness to tin. bloOtl and
restore shuttered nerves urn contained,
in a condensed form, in Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Pale People, All drug
gists sell thoni.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Wisconsin has 11,000 Indians of rnrious
Some physiologists suppose that eloc
trio shocks pioduce death by asphyxia,
others that tho heart is suddenly par
alyaad. A (liumond in constant uso foi cutting
cohl glass lusts about tine mouths, lint
,. .. . . .... ... ...
I tise.i to c.i 1,01 glass, 11 wuui.i on.y
lust for one day
The voice of a woman is audible in a
balloon at the height of alsnit two miles,
while that of u man has novor reached
higher than a mile.
Two Woolriih (Me. ) men made the
queerest hnrs" Ha le recently 011 leeoril.
Tho ownoi of the annual swapped the
horse for 14 loosters.
Four hundred years ago only seven
metuls were known. Now there are 51
30 of which have been discovered
within the present century.
Mahogany is now Tory generally sub
stituted for hickory in tho maniifai tiire
ol wagon wheels in France, it ladng '
found 1 Ilea per mid quite us durable.
The flow ol water over Niagara Falls
is estimated at 213,000 cubic te. l pel
second, which is equal to 1,698.160
gullons, weighing 1(1,433,270 pounds.
Tho royal crown of Persia, which
I dates back to remote ages, is in the
form nl a pot of flowers, surmounted
j hy un uncut ruby tho sixo of u hen's
Neur ti e Caspian sea theio are sev
I oral "eternal llros," so cull. si by the
natives, whore natural gas issues from '
the ground and has boon on flro for
The expedition of Major Uibhons, to
eioss Africa from Cape Town to i' iiio,
Egypt will have aluminum launches
that may bo separated into sections for
M. Victor, tho Flench naturalist,
ays thai a toad will live 2H months
completely embedded in plaster of paris
poured on us o liquid, and then allowed
1 lo harden.
Papei artificial teeth an- now made
' in Germany. They are said to be not
i brittle, to retain their color, am! to be
I lighlei than china teeth, and they do
j not melt in the mouth.
Tho cylindrical hales of cotton now
' shipped from the United States to Liv-
: erpool are pronounced u great Improve
ment upon the flist specimens, and also
upon tho old bole.
Cerosie, a new product extra, tod from
tho scum rising .... sugar cane juice, is
I'l'ilsiiul I., f-,i.,iih I'liminm in I111.1. Ilm
nroiieitios of ordmury beeswax, whi.li
it resembles in appeuranco.
Kinco 1735, 11 acts of parliament
hove been passed dealing with the sub
ject of literary OOpy light in Bngland
and the law is yet in a very OOBOtlc
and unsatisfaetorv condition.
colored tea. Try
ho tha i .. I i.i. Oft
A nunitwr of readers aro curious to
know what ia meant by the (request
reference to the fear of a "Curllet up
ruing" in Spain. At tho death of
King Keidlnaii i of Spain, in lsJS, his
l yeui-ol'l .laughter, Isubolhi IL, sue
oaadad to tho throne, though Carina,
Ferdinand's brother, claimed to bo en
tilled to the honor under tho aatic law,
which provi led that no female should
go to the throne as long aa any male
descendant of the King was living.
This law. however, had been revoked
by Ferdinand, who had nn children at
tlir time, but six months after his death
a daughter was horn, and she becniue
queen to the exclusion of Cailne. The
hitter's descendants, who am called
Catlists, have since pcisistciitly insist
ed that, by right of succession, tho
th i. mo belongs to them, and (or over
.'.o ears Spain has U-eti subject to t'ar-
lllt uprisings, which have simply meant
a niiml.cr o im.-ii, . essrul wai s, lite ,h.-
ttrootion of property, and general pub-
lie iintcst. The CarliHta have found
their strength in what aro culled tho
hasqno pioviucos, dominated mostly
by the clergy, who believe in tho divine
right of kings and of kingly iiic.vr
elin.' Tho inhabitants of tho llusque
region uio ln-. lv shepherds and fann
ers. They are good lighters, and have
been the main strength ol thoCuilist
forces. A lining sentiment in luvor of
u republic exists in tho cities, where
I lie people have ticcii led to iinleis nd-
cut views bv In iii 'i, reading and
travel, ll is unnoeesHmy to say that be-
ll Is iiiilioeesH.ii y to say that be
tweeti w h it aro called the Republicans
aiul the ("arlisti there is a strong anti
pathy, (or their aims aro radically .Iii-
fetent. In 1S73 Spain was u republic, i
and the people owe to that brief period
of m. polar government ninny of the lib- .
orliea which they now oiijoy. Les
II.H Mn sm r i nit riTI ittlis.
It la rrp..rtei that a man In liutlana ha. got
lull..,, I. hi . tlaep ler Ivi tears Hee.ii-
, . . , ...lb. .1 .....
no. little Kara than a skelelon. There are
lliouaa.i.ls ol men an. I a. .111.11 a he are unable
lo sh i p mure titan an hour or two a nl.l.l
la'cause . I i. r "1.11. -, aeakiicsi, .1. -i - 1 -in.
1.. a.laehe atl.l .-.iu.lipall..u. A certain 1. 111e.lv
lor thisc illH.r.lrrs I. Ileal. tier.' hiuuiaeli
lilti. r. All .Iriigglmi wlls It.
IplsaO r I'lutaeh On.
The Pintacb gusts now nsial foi light
ing .;,.'.sj cars III dilTeteiit purls of tho
wi.ii 1. Uarmany takes tho lead with
;il,!i;i."i ems, mid Kngland comes next
j with lu.hSl curs. The Unilo.1 States
is third with 10, SOU cars, and India
has 0,35(1 cars lighted by this gas. It
bus boon onnliod toB.lSVI locomotives
;i,12l of which aro in Germany. Not n
single locomotive in the United Slates
ha- I piovi.lcil with this gas, which
is Hither a surprising thing, consider
ing tho line light it gives.
TIIT ALLEN'S) POOT-KAHK.
A iM.wdcr to lH"iiuken Into tho shoes.
Al 1! 1 season your feel feel
saallv. If you
Tolls, mid llol, and get i re I
have siniirtiiiLT feet or tikflil aiioea. Irv
A)i nS ,..,, u ,.,,,, . ,-,
I makes walking easy, l ures swollen and
aacu.ing leci, nosier un.l eiiooua ss.ui.
(tells es corns and bunionoofall pain and
gives rest mid comfort Ten thousand tea
Hum inula of cures. Try it hxny. Sold by
all druggists and shoe stores for 2.V. Sent
bv m id lor "V in slumps. Trial luu kugo
FREE, Address Allen ti. Olmsted. L
Hoy, New York.
A 111111 who lives on the Suhustis
road, near Lcwiaton, Me., sella small
tish for bait IrODJ a well in tho (I.hii
yard. When a customer comes ulong 11
pull ia low. 'led into tho well and a
large number of little shiners are
tt Aooiva impkovbh.
Tho new improved Slougbton wagons
stand the nickel. Three more car loa.ls kit
oillheniiy. It pais to have tbo best.
Write lor free catuiogue. JnllN POOLI,
soleugent, foot ot Morrison street, Port
A well on BalnBOl island, Flu. .which
had always been ticsh wuler, changed
to sulphur water 11 few weeks after a
Windmill had boon built over it to Utile
izo tho water for ungating piitposea.
ciTt I'sjiaaaswili rand Reawaraar?oeMet
III uri.r nrst .is. s .is., ut nr. Kline's Ureal
tor. r. M.i. l lor ri(KK S.00 1
11. i n. IL IL llUSli, U.I.,
tx.ul.' an. I trend
It is against tho rules to carry
iiiatuhes 011 Isjard a modern man-of-war.
From the lime when tho ship
leaves h.uhor for a cruise she Is uevi r
without u light Ol some kind burning.
t ry Bclillllng'i In si Ira and baking powder.
Tho London County Council has re
ceived a petition hearing many promi
nent names in favor of a municipal
operu house, supsirtod hy local taxa
tion. The pi'titioners osseit that it
will ho possible for Hie council by 1111
annual financial grant of moderate
amount to establish a piTiiiminht np. in
house, where music of the hist can he
brought within the reach of the peoph.,
where eiicniiriigcmcht can be offered to
young artisla to puisne tho highest
j paths of their profession, mid WllOII
' levelopmo.it of natlTO OMIBtlfl art
can bo promoted. They oltO the Oiporl
once 01 imporlai.t 1 onlinenini towns,
u- lere soul..
such m Ii. iii.i has p.ove.l
Tim largest muss of pure rock suit in
tlm World In s under the province of
Gulli.ia, Hungary. Ills known to Ih.
500 mil 's long, 20 broad and 260 fuel
To Mallear Hie l obster Supply.
The Unltod States government Is
making groat efforts by scioutillc propa
gation to restock the coast waters of
Maine with lobsteis, says a Hangor dis
patch in tho Now Yoik Sun. Tho
United Slates fish eomniiaaonora'
- ho, nn r Oiampos, which has boon at
wmk along the cast for scveiul month,
has collected 1,750 sottl lobsters from
which 1H, 000,000 egg have been ob
tained and hutched out ut Gloucester.
Mass. Of these fry utxiut 5,000,000 ;
have Ni'n release I in Cuseo buy and ,
.. tners aro to no iisirtnulc.l at various
places from Portland eastward.
The fry ai very -mill, hut thiough
tho thin and transparent shell can I hi
teen the H'lfe.'tlv funned lobster with
tho eyes especially prominent. Con
stant changes of water are necesarv lo
keep them alive. It is likely th.it u
lobstoi butchery will soon ho estab
lished on the MatneTcoast, and before
many years tin s,. sheUIMi w ill
plentiful and cheap us ever they
ni l r Ms i i smi i tit. i i iii.
hy h-ral api. alt.iiii, aa tin ) IBMMM reach the
.if.. n-."l i'..ri..t. ( the oar. Then. Is only one
I aa. t.. cure a- lino.., an. I thai I. by .'..n.ilt.i.
I ....... ....... r... , ... . ... ... i ..
iaaisd issoaliloa i ibs iaaeows Ualnc wlhe
K.i.lachtan Tills-. When this till set Hi-
thuiict )uii l.a.e a riiiiilillu.1 Miuuit or tmpcr
I l. ct hearing, ait.l alien It la entirely clo.ol
. ilcafnes ll las result, aiul unieiitlt.1 ttilliitniiia.
II. hi call be taken out au.l this iiiIh' re.t'.rr.l in
i Its normal c..ii.ltl.n, henrlng wiUMOMtreyea
! I.ircver: nil..1 eaae. out el no ate eaiiicl by
i catarrh, wl.l.-l. Is nothing hut an lnlianie.l
c.uillllen .'I lite n.ui'.uis .urlacea.
I We u III el. m Hue llii.t.lr.'.l lt.dlnrs 1... i.nv
. use ..I H.'slii. s. o nal by cniarth) il.at can
'.'"'.'r.':!."... . '' " ( """" 1 " K'"" '"'
r j i iiknky .t ctx, fstiae. o
S..M M VtUUUUL TH
Hall', la. i. I'lllt arv the la-sl
Theio are HO mountains in Colorado
w hoso peak aro over 12,000 f. et above
The attenlion of the public is Onlle I
to the ptofossionul work of Di. T. II.
White, No. 271 tg Morrison sheet,
l'orllaiid, Ot. His electrical appli
ances aro tho most model n, nn.l his
crown uml bridge work is of such intis
.u l. . .1..1.1. i.i. ....i
tic form and tinish, that his patients
are delighted not only with the looks,
but with the comfort I hoy receive from
tho uso of such artificial work. All
D . rations aro pulnless under his meth
ods. Seo that your teeth are properly
ii. . I for and that by u skillful dentist.
'I hero is no need to suffer the discom
forts of broken-down and stuine.l teeth
when they can bo mado useful and
pleasant to look upon without pain.
l'a II In 4a) for Miiiii.tur.tJ
Jtat rirarve, liillu m in al i i.a.
If iH;tli no or tih 1 1 11 Mi me.
vt 111 u roup in' i" 1 r n ie a.
Preeaio tsiuiafloa. Pailiilitiii, aUi hut rtnttlQ
oi. 1 .t lraaTlta.
or ownt In pi .in rtpppr.
br rirn-M, i-rrpotdi, fta
ll in, nt s 1 tii-, . :v
Willi Ml 1. in al.
mgm 1. 1 w 1 1.1. v
war m u
BaaOK r.r.i.li ft Hfl
A Beautiful Present
In order to lurther introduce ELASTIC STARCH (Flat Iron nraml),
the manufacturers. L C. Ilutiinger Pros. Co., of Kcnktik, Iowa, have
dc id. . I toaiVR AWAY a lieautilul present with each package ol
itarch sold. These presents are in the fnrin ol
Beautiful Fastel Pictures
They arc 13x19 inches in site, and are entitled ns (ollowo:
on lines, lour 111
R. I.eRoy, ol New York, have bei n
In his studio and arc now ollercd lor the lirst time to the piiDllc.
The pictures are accurately reproduced in all the colors used in the orig
inals, and arc pronounced hy competent crfticB, works ol art.
Pustrl pictures are the correct thing (or the home, nothing surpassing
Ih 111 in beauty, richness ol color anil
One ol these pictures
will he given away
unb cu ll I..K kaire of
liiir. based ol your grocer. It ia the
is sold for in rents a package. Ask your grocer for this itarch and get a
ILL GROCERS KEEP ELASTIO 8TIRCN. ICCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE
W ll COB ho destroy, d in guldens
ami ulong railways hy a now machine
having ail oil reservoir mounted on
wheels and piovided with an air pump
to force the oil into a series of burners,
which transform It into gas uml dis
chargo it against the weeds.
Tho first book printed In the limits
of tho United States was the "Hay
Psalms Hook," which was issued iu
Cambii.lge, Mas., in 1010. Specimens
ul this publication are extremely ruro
and command Tory high piicos.
THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS
U duo not only to tho originality and
r.implielty of tbo combination, but also
to tho caro and skill with which it ia
manufacture.! by scientific procesM-a
Irnowa to tha Oaiavonu Fro Brsot
Co. only, and wo wish to impress upon
all the Importance of purchasing tho
true and original remedy. As tho
genuine Syrup of Figs Is manufactured
by the 1'Ai.iroiiMA Flo BTBtTp Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
atari el ono In avoiding tho worthless
imitations manufactured by other pur-tli-a.
Tho high standing of the CaLI
ronMA Pm Srilirp Oo, with the medi
cal profession, and the sutiafactloa
which tho p:. inline Syrup of Figs has
rrlven to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company u irunranty
of the excellence .f It.-, i an Iv. It ia
fur lu udvance of till oilier laxatives,
as It acts on l lie ItidneyOi liver and
U.ivels without irrilating or weaken
ing them, uml It ih.es nut griic nor
natiseato. In order toget its benctlclul
effects, please rcmombor the numc of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
HAN l m v. Cat
l.ol is. ii i i ifj. ,m u VOIIB. N. T.
Urn unlrr Watt, blr ,,'.l(id)rl(hfrii".
in lolrhr '(ink rliipiiubtru in bcitcti co bil
fjet noa) IU.1 1 orini.jinb brfounl roar, frnbtn
roii c con trbt an bi6 mm 1. ,juu.h IHU0
(rti an oDt U.jrnifKn, trjld)r fav tat uihl)f)t
t unfit 'V c.i 10 nidi tvatifn unb btn
Cllroa bajilr 12.00, csi (Inltnbcn. Wan
l.illt i 1) r 1 0 r ?uiiimrrii fdjufrn.
(ieimin PuMi'hing Co., P.utland, Or.
Cutler's Carbolate of Iodine.
.tfiMl ritrc for t'attnrrli sml rnnaiiitiillon.
All hnuBiil 1 1 1. V. II. hniltli, HtilTHln. N V.
Mill' I II IN K
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1. Villi M Tt
llli J.f. lion-Mas. lstl."iiU'llalil.lg,flil...,:".lll.
M. P. is. 1 .
Nn. IB. 'WH.
WIIBN urllll.K ( a.l.
luenlloii this paper.
11111:1 ner. iiv
renowned pastel ortlst,
1 hOOOB from the very choicest subjects
ol color anil anisiic merit.
hesl laundry starch on the market, and
Nickel Hteel V.I. -
Aoceoriling to tho London Engineer
street car axles are being mud., ut the
Krupp works, Essen, with seven to
eight per cent of nickel. Hollow driv
ing alios for locomntiTcs are also being
11. ih. of this alloy, while for flro
boxes stool having ns high us 26 per
cent of niokel 1 used.
Ilanlaherl lo fllhcrU.
In 16 years Russia has sent 021,000
peraoM to llbaria, fully 10,000 rela
tive of prisouois having uccompouiod
the prisoner of llmir own tree will.