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How it reddens the skin, itcbes, oozes,
dries and scales 1
Some people.call It tetter, milk crust or
The suffering from it is sometimes in
tense; local applications are resorted to
they mitigate, but cannot cure.
It proceeds from humors inherited or ac
quired and persists until these have been
positively removes them, has radically
and permanently cured the worst cases, and
is without an equal for all cutaneous
Hood's Ulls are tbe best cathartic. Price 25 cent.
Emperor William's Soldierly Habits.
Emperor William is a soldier even
when he goes to bed, for he sleeps on
a regulation camp bed, such as his
officers use. The bed clothing is of
the rough regiment. pattern. He re
tires at 11 p. m. and is up and
dressed soon after 5 a. m.
"Who is the hero of this, piece?
asked the man who was coming out
of the theater.
And the manager thoughtfully re
plied: 'The man who is putting up
the money. Washington etar.
Hamlin's Wizard Oil Co. send sonj?
books free. Your druggist sells the Oil
and it stops pain.
A High Standard.
They have a new way of testing the
quality of whiskey west of here
They inject three drops into a jack
rabbit, and if he doesn't lick a bull
dog in six seconds the goods are re
jected. Crary, N. D., Courier.
Woman Scores at Repartee.
An Independence woman said that
when she died she was going to ask
Shakespeare if he really wrote all his
plays. Her husband suggested that
probably Willie would not be up
there, when she quickly replied:
"Then you ask him." Keodosha
EITC Permanently Cured. No fits or nervousness
I I tf after first day's meof Dr. Kline's Great Nerrt
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ise. DB.B.H.Kz.iNB,Ltd..931 ArchSt..Philadelplua,P
Prisoners in British India.
No fewer than 587,884 prisoners were
in the prisons of British India in
1899-1900, an increase of 92,064 over
the number of 1891. Of this huge total
only 24,555 were females, which is a
smaller proporiton than in western
Piso's Cure is the best medicine we ever
used for all affections of the throat and
lungs. Wm. O. Ehdsley, Vanbureu, Iu.d.,
Feb. 10, 1900.
Empress Eugenie's Home.
The Empress Eugenie is now set
tled down in her English home. It
is reported that the empress is about
to build a small convent in the beau
tiful grounds at Farnborough hill to
the memory of her husband and their
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Sooth
ing Syrup the best remedy to use for their
children during the teething period.
Money for tier.
Mr. Gill. I dreamed the other
night that I was going around in rags.
Fortune Teller Ah, that means
Mr. Gill Does it, really, madam?
Fortune Teller Yes, indsed. One
dollar, please. Philadelphia Press.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any
case of Cattarrh that can not be cured by HaU'f
w t r' irii'Vi-'v nn t- -T-i .i
We the undersigned, have known F.J. Cheney
u. u" unai. X't , cms) rauu uciwve mill peneCt.y
honorable in all business transactions ani fin.
- anei ally able to carry out any obligations made
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Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally .acting
v mic i7iuim aim mucous suriaeesor
the system. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
English Fruit Culture.
Fruit culture is often conducted on
a large scale in England. A manu
facturer of jam and jelly has a thous
and acres at Histon, near Cambridge,
employing at times 800 hands. The !
factory is in the center of the fruit !
There is a certain
disease that has
come down to us
through many cen-;
i turies and is
f yet very few
those who have learned from bitter ex
perience know anything of its nature or
tharacteristics. At first a little ulcer or
ore appears, then glands of the neck or
groins swell; pimples break out on the
breast, back or some other part of the
body and fill with yellow pustular matter ;
the mouth and throat become sore and
the tongue i3 at all times badly coated.
Headaches are frequent, and muscles and
joints throb and hurt, especially during
damp, rainy weather. These are some of
the symptoms of that most loathsome of
ill diseases, Contagious Blood Poison.
. This strange pois-
1OntaglOUS on does not affect
Blood Poison SffcUSS
eaten up with it within a short time after
being inoculated, while others show but
slight evidence of any taint for a long
time after exposure, but its tendency in
every case is to complete destruction of
the physical system, sooner or later.
S. S. S. is a safe and infallible cure for
this bad disease the only antidots for
this specific poison. It cures Contagious
Blood Poison in every form and stage
thoroughly and permanently. S. S. S.
contains no Mercury, Potash or other
harmful minerals, but is strictly and
entirely a vegetable remedy, and we offer
f 1 ,000.00 reward for proof that it is not.
OUR. MEDICAL which was estab
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is doing- a noble
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Oontaeioua Blood Poison yon can
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CHINA'S GRAND LB MAN.,
In U Hans Chang:' Death the Orient
Loses Its Greatest Man.
In tbe death of Li Hung Chang the
ancient empire of China has lost its
most powerful and greatest citizen and
oriental civilization its most distin-'
guished exponent Our own Gen. Grant
ranked him with Bismarck and Glad
stone, and in return for the compliment
Li compared Grant to himself. The
great Chinaman bad an unbounded ad
miration for the hero of Appomattox,
whom be entertained when the latter
was making a tour of tbe world, and
every year after Gen. Grant's death
hi had a wreath placed on his grave.
When Li visited this country on a tour
of the world he planted a tree by Gen.
Grant's tomb in Riverside Park, New
Li Hung Chang was not a leader of
his people by birth or hereditary rank.
He was not even of the blood of the
ruling caste, the Manchus. He was of
old Chinese stock and was born in
1822 the same year as Gen. Grant. He
first came into prominence during the
awful Taeping rebellion, which deso
lated China -for fourteen years, costing
20,000,000 lives and lucalculable finan
cial loss. Li raised a regiment of mili
tia and attacked the rebels on their
march toward Pekin. He gained notice
by this and was promoted. First with
the aid of Gen. Ward, an American,
and next with Gen. Gordon, who sub
sequently met a tragic fate in the Sou
dan, he organized and disciplined an
army and ultimately crushed out the
rebellion For this service he was pro
moted to be governor or the metropoli
tan province of Pe-chi-li, and here he
ruled with autocratic sway for a quar
ter of a century. He was the buffer
between the Invading foreigners on
one side and a reactionary court off the
other, and It was his fate to be frown
ed upon and smiled upon by the latter
Through his contact with foreigners
LI became impressed with the advan
tages of western methods and these be
introduced in his own province of Pe-chi-li.
To do so he had to run counter
to the rooted customs of centuries and
often his work was retarded. As grand
secretary of the empire, which he be
came in 1875, he was the negotiator
of treaties with foreign nations and
thus his name became well known In
all civilized countries having commer
cial relations with China, Li's work
was indefatigable. He introduced the
telegraph and the railroad into China,
founded a military and naval academy,
created a navy, established arsenals,
built forts and gave to the empire a
And then came the war with Japan,
which proved the rottenness of Chi
nese methods. The unwieldy giant
was whipped, both.army and navy, ow
ing to the ignorance of the Chinese,
being practically worthless. Li became
the scapegoat of that war, which he
neither counseled nor countenanced,
and suffered degradation by an ignor
ant and stupid court on account of it
He negotiated the terms of peace, how
ever, and gained the best possible. He
was transferred to the obscure prov
inces of Kwang-Sl and Kwang-Tung
as viceroy, where he remained until
called to Interpose his Influence and
offices between the enraged Christian
world and those responsible for the
Boxer outrages. The subsequent nego
tiations on behalf of the Imperial
court were carried on by him.
LI has been reckoned as one of the
wealthiest men in the world, but this
statement may be doubted. , In this
country LI will be long remembered
for his inqulsitlveness. He was an un
tiring and at times Impertinent ques
tioner. He was shreyd, cunning, sly,
diplomatic In a word oriental. When
In Germany the Kaiser asked him,
"How do our women compare with
those -In China?"
"I really Cannot tell," said LI, slyly,
fastening his eyes on the corsage of a
lady who was present "We never see
half as much of our women as you do
Sharp answers such as this frequent
ly fell from the lips of the wily orient
al and these, together with his numer
ous questions, will long perpetuate an
interesting phase of his many-sided
TRAPS FOR MEN OF SCIENCE.
Bid for a Trip to Africa A Mexican
Fortrery Bogus Relics.
In order to keep out of trouble nowa
days men of science have to be detec
tives to some extent. Traps are con
stantly being laid for them.
Soon after Sir Harry Johnston an
nounced the discovery of the okapi an
animal having points of resemblance to
fill 1,1 HUNG CHANG. ; '.1
both the xebra and "tbe giraffe In -he
Semllika forest region of Central Af
rica, a letter was received at the Na
tional museum In Washington from a
man Id New England, who said that for
many years be was stationed as a
trader in the region named. He de
clared that tbe okapi were exceedingly
common. His knowledge of zoology
was then very limited, and as a result,
he had labored under tbe impression
that the okapl was known to science.
Tbe announcement of Sir Harry's dis
covery was tbe first intimation of tbe
scientific Importance of this animal.
This much of tbe letter is all well
enough, but be spoiled the whole by
offering for a "modest consideration,"
to return to Africa and secure for the
institution a dozen or more live speci
mens of this animal.
Side by side with the advance of an
thropological science, the great relic In
dustry has kept pace, and, as a result,
a very large part of the time of the
government anthropologists in tbe lab
oratory as well as In the field Is occu
pied by ferreting out frauds. At pres
ent only seven or eight of the sacred
books or codices of tbe Aztecs are
known to exist, these being scattered
about in the libraries of Rome, Paris,
Madrid, Berlin and London. Archeol
ogistt have long entertained hopes of
finding a few more of these strange
books bidden away In some obscure
corner of Mexico, and the Joy of one of
the leading archeologlsts of America
may be imagined when two months ago
he received information of a rather
vague character that a work of this
sort had turned up in a remote quarter
He went Immediately to the region
where, according to report, the codex
was found, sought out tbe shrewd Mex-
lean, who pretended to he the finder
looked at the work, became satisfied
that it was genuine, and nurchased
for a large sum. But he had no more
than secured the work when he began
to grow susdIcIous.
His suspicions increasing, he deelrlert
to stop over. In Washington and sub
mit nis una to Professor William FT
Holmes, curator of the Department of
Arcneology or the National museum
This he did. Professor Holmes held
the COdex UD to his nose, and remnrlrerl
that it "smelled new." In short, the
story was this:
When a certain French archeologist
was in Mexico he employed as a
draughtsman the Mexican from whom
the duped archeologist secured the
codex, and durine his serviee rhl Mot.
lean learned all about Aztec antiquar
ies. When his employer left the
draughtsman devoted himself to manu
facturing bogue antiquities, his mas
terpiece being the fraudulent codex, for
even such It proved to be.
Preferred thn Old Wan-
Mrs. Bradbury was Instructing the
new cook, who was not only new, but
as green as her own Emerald Isle. One
morning the mistress went into the
kitchen and found Katie weeping over
a pan of onions.
"Oh, you're having a harder time
than you need to have, Katie," said
sne. "Always peel onions under water,
"Indade. ma'am." said Katie. "I'm
the last one to do that askln' yer par
don. Me brother Mick was always div
ln' and plckin' up stones from the bot
tom. It's little he couldn't do under
wather, if 'twas tyin' his shoes
writln' a letther; but me. I'm that
aisy in It I'd be gettin' me mouth full
and drownln' entirely. So if ve nlnso
ma'am, I'll pale thlm the same ould
way I've always been accustomed tn
and dhry me tears afterwards."
Mrs. Nurlch I don't know whatever
I'm goln' to do with that father o'
Mr. Nurlch What's up now?
Mrs. Nurlch He insists on smokin' In
the parlor, an' he won't mind me.
Mr. Nurich Just tell the butler to
speak to him. He's scared o' him.
An Exact Fit.
Cumso The band played a most ap
propriate tune at tne horse show.
Cawker What was It?
"Listen to my tale of whoa," Phil
adelphia North American.'
Grain Fields in Norway.
Less than 1 per cent of the land In
Norway Is in use for grain fields.
First Guide (treed by moose) Are
are we all safe? Second Guide Safe?
Well, hardly! That dude in the next
tree still has his gun with him!
' A boy who doesn't like to work never
has any trouble In convincing his moth
er that he Is sick.
When their first son was born Adam
is thought by some critics to have
remarked, not without much acerbity :
Bed hair! Wouldn't that jar
"Well, I'm not presenting you
with any gold headed Cains, if I know
myself." retorted Eve, affecting in
difference, albeit secretly mortified to
Advertising Petitions for Pardons.
TVio irfiiTurnd, "if 'Vrvrt.Vi C.iiTll 1 n A
liaa nnfifiorl frtA nonnlfl nf rin Htflte
that all petitions for the pardon of
- . . f .1 - i l l i r
convicts must nrsi oe auveruaeu iui
soma Inno-t.h nf timA iti the newspa
pers of the locality where the offender
uvea or wnere tne crime was comnuir
Not Always Gold That Glitters.
Mnr.ripr Whr frpnrrifi. I'm
ashamed nf vnn. rubbine off the kiss
that Margery gave you.
ueorgie 1 am t ruDDin it on; a m
rubbin' it in.
"We are twice as much advanced
as our ancestors.
"No doubt of it."
"In ball games especially. The
game of 'fives' was a favorite sport
with them, and now tennis." Phila
Editor (on new paper) There's
one great pleasure in publishing a
Owner What's that?
Editor We escape all those long
letters from Old Subscriber."
Sniffles I cannot understand a
word your friend says. What is he?
Biffles Whv no. He's a puard on
the "L" road.
Had to Keep Both Lighted.
He looked down in her wonderful
Light of my life! he faltered.
"Nit!" she answered. "No tuin
out the gas tonight. Pop's been
kickin . Indianapo.is un.
She I'm going over to South Bos
ton to call on Mrs. Hopthorp.
He Hasn t she seen that dress yet?
of a laxative of known value and distinctive
action is rapidly growing in public favor, along
with the many other material improvements of
the age. The many
wIoPTW91 Irvf orftSTd
must understand quite clearly, that in order
to meet the above conditions a laxative should
be wholly free from every objectionable quality
or substance, with its component parts simple
and wholesome and it should act pleasantly
and gently without disturbing the natural
functions in any way. The laxative which
fulfils most perfectly the requirements, in the
highest degree, is
Syrup of gs
The sale of millions of bottles annually for
many years past, a,nd the universal satisfiction
which it has given confirm the claim we make,
that it possesses the qualities which commend
it to public favor.
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Must Bear Signature of
See Fac-Slmlle Wrapper Below.
Verr small and as easy
to take as sngarw
FOR TORPID LIVER.
FOR SALLOW SKIM.
FOR THE COMPLEXION
D uiib I Purely Tegtalil
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
TheT cost a llttlft mora. Thpr '
I are worth a artat deal mora 1
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OMENS OF ROYAL DEATHS.
When Belle Bins Thirteen and Phan
torn Chip Appear.
A grewsome story came from London
of the appearance of the "phantom
barge of the Thames" for three succes
sive nights preceding the death of the
queen. This phantom barge of the
Thames appears - when a member of
the royal family Is about to die, just
as the celebrated "white lady of the
Hohenzollerns" gives warning of the
death of a monarch of that family. And
when this phantom barge appears glid
ing through the low-lying shadows and
night mists of the river the great clock
of Westminster, Big Ben, gives thir
teen strokes at midnight instead of his
ordinary dozen. Just now any num
ber of Thames watermen can be found
who say they have seen the phantom
barge and heard Big Ben strike his
There are well-authenticated In
stances of Big Ben having struck thir
teen at midnight Once a soldier on
sentry duty at Windsor was charged
with having slept on post and was sen
tenced to be shot runs a story in the
Portsmouth Times. It was charged
that he was asleep there at midnight
of a certain night His defense was
that he was not asleep and that he had
heard Big Ben in London strike thir
teen at the moment he was charged
with having been sleeping on duty. It
was proved that on that night Big
Ben had struck thirteen and had been
heard In Windsor. The man was par
doned. " This is a recorded case, but
the record does not say that ary catas
trophe happened to the royri; family
the next day.
It is said that the phantom barge ap
peared on the Thames at midnight and
Big Ben- struck thirteen on the night
before the death of the prince consort
and that the same things happened the
night preceding the death of the Prin
cess Alice and of the Duke of Clar
ence. When the phantom barge ap
peared on Jan. 13, 1892, the night be
fore the death of the Duke of Clar
ence, Another boat, pulled by four men,
gave chase. The phantom boat glided
swiftly toward the terrace of the
House of Commons and vanished. The
pursuing boat dashed against the stone
embankment and was wrecked.
A warning which applies to the death
of sovereigns only is the fall of one
of the stones at Stonehedge, the great
Druid relic on Salisbury Plain. A
stone certainly did fall there on the
night of the death of the late queen.
In 1820 pens began to be made by
Gillott, who manufactured them of
steel finely tempered. The pen was
hand made throughout and, though
very inferior to the machine made ar
ticles of today, was still a great ad
vance upon the iron barreled pens
that had been previously made.
"Bridget, did you call the boys?"
"Indade an' Oi called thim ivery
thing OL cud think of, but they
wudn't git up." Brooklyn Life.
-Mrs. Scrappington (in the midst of
her reading) Here is an item which
says that in Patagonia a wife can be
purchased for one dollar. - -
Mr. Scrappington Well, there
may be wives in Patagonia that are
worth that much. Harper's Bazar.
Teacher Johnny, if cakes were 20
cents a dozen and I gave you 10 cents,
how many would you get?
Johnny None. I'd get candy.
Boston Herald. '
Worse Than a Widow,
' Charitable Old Ladv Poor woman I
And you are a widow?
.Beggar Worse than a widow,
ma'am. Me 'usban's livin', an' I
have to support him.- Tit Bits.
Didn't See 'Em.
"What," asked the proud young
mama, "do you think of the baby's
Her brother looked downat the
precious little innocent a moment,
and then asked :
"What are theyT"
The Savage Husband.
"It has been my observation," said
the Savage Bachelor, "that a man is
due to feel his cheapest a short time
after his wife begins the conversation
by calling him 'dearest.'" Indian
CHOOSING A CAPTAIN.
Tne Rongb. and Tumble Custom of the
' Japanese Fishermen of Hawaii.
Where several years ago the fishing
for tbe supplying of tbe Honolulu mar
ket was done almost exclusively by the
natives In their canoes and a few
Chinamen, now tbe bulk of the work is
done by tbe Japanese, who are at it in
The boats which they use are built
here after patterns used In Japan, and
once in a while an Oriental steamer ar
riving from the west brings an import
ed fishing boat which tbe fishermen
think is superior to those of local manu
facture. The boats are of a peculiar
shape and are of different sizes, some
able to accommodate but three men.
which is an ordinary crew, and others
are large enough for seven or eight
Up to tbe time that the vessel is
launched there is no captain selected
for tbe boat Tbe choosing of this im
portant factor in every case is left un
til the boat is in tbe water. It is known
who the members of the crew are, and
from them tbe captain Is selected.
When the boat is In the water and
moored securely, the members of the
crew, who are generally the owners of
the boat strip themselves and get into
the boat Then the fun of making tbe
selection of the commander begins
There is no voting or drawing of lots
to settle the matter. At a given signal
from one of the crowd on shore, who
are watching, the men in tbe boat be
gin with all their might to try to throw
each other out Into the water. Each
man is against the other, and so the
struggle, as a usual thing, lasts a long
time and is remarkably exciting. All
the time the play goes on the friends
of the contestants yell words of cheer
to the struggling men In the boat and
throw buckets of water on them and
Into the boat, seemingly with the idea
of making the battleground more slip
pery as well as refreshing to the men
at work. As soon as a man is thrown
out of the boat he must stay out, but
may assist with water if he so desires.
The man who stays in the boat longest
or rather who is able to put all the
! others out of the boat, has by his prow
' ess shown himself competent to be cap
tain, and so he is greeted with much
applause and showered with congratu
lations at the termination of the scuffle,
i There Is no appeal from the selection
so made, and the man so chosen con
tinues to be captain1 until he voluntarily
I retires or sells out his share in the boat
is due to the originality and simplicity of the
combination and also to the method of manu
facture, which is known to the California Fig
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always buy the genuine and note the full name
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process of manufacturing figs are used as they
are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal
virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from an
excellent combination of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and to act most beneficially.
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iou need not, you ought not to let
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Bnggies. i'iowa, lioilera and Engines,
Wiri'imilla and Pumps and General
Machinery. See as before baying.
Patents Send no Money
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