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By EUzabatfc D. Gifting.
lOoyjrta-b.1, lw, bj Autautt ajtMUoaia.)
MRS. OSCAR UKID hurt been for
some timo in the hunria of th
sophists. 8ae belonged to a North end
elub celled "Sons and Daughters ot
Propresa." 1 1 m watchword was "The
'Si.bordinatinn of the Individual to the
Goodof the Whole." From this point of
view it discussed the lending issues of
the day, nml arrived ntaouie remark
able conclusions. It held, for Instance,
that the claims of youth were in every
way paramount to those of udsanced
afro, inasmuch as childhood hold un
told possibilities of rich fruitage y"t
in bud, while old titfe wan hutu ripened
and emptied sord pod, and even middle
life had in most cusc past the zenith
of fruition. Some of t lie most projTri
aiv members even went no far as to
aver that when public sentiment had
been sufficiently educated to overcome
sentimental prejudice regarding the
value of human life. It nilfht lie poa
Bible and wine to dispone of the senile
or hopelessly diseased in a Biiiuuiary
a way aa we treat the emptied pod or
the blighted plant.
Mra. lieid Joined the club as the wife
of a well-to-do stock broker who had
come went for "a slight throat trou
ble." The same winter a tumbla
In stocks and an attack of la grippe
had left hliu a penniless InvaliJ. They
removed to a two-roomed house in the
South end and Mrs. Ibid took In fin
acwlng and embroidery. A few months
after this change their daughter Al
lert was born. A wick previous to
her birth a wealthy customer came
to consult about an infant's wardrobe.
"I will do what I can for you, but can
promise not blng ahead. I"
Iter lip quivered and n midden pallor
followed the thought of what she
must soon fno and the slender sum
laid by or the cioorpi ncv. Her cus
tomer wiu politely sympathetic.
"I am sorry," she r.ald; " would like
everything done by your band; your
work is exquisite."
That evening, when her husband was
aaleep, .Mrs. Held took out the dnhiiy
little dollies ntilch she had fashioned
before adversity mens helmed her.
They were fine enough for the child of
a millionaire,. After kiting each liny
garment ami crying quietly awhile,
she replaced them.. The next morning
she telephoned the wealthy customer,
who came and examined the wardrobe
critically and took It away In her car
riage. After Mis. Weld had bonght a
cheap, ready-made outfit there was
enough money loft to double the emer
gency fund. Hut she cried a good dual
nlghta, which was bad for Alberla.
For Alberta was not only a delicate,
sensitive child, but very early devel
oped a orarlng for things dainty anil
fine, which her mother could not sup
ply. Imbued with the club t heories of
the aupraniacy of childhood, Mrs. Held
began to gTow bitter over Albertu'i
defrauded childhood. Her husband's
cough began to exasperate aer In
stead of arousing her sympathy. Evary
didlar she spent for medicine aeemril
stolen from Alberta. She found hcrsell
vaguely wondering how lung a cob
auiuptira could live. Of course there
were times when these feeling
Hhncknd and pained her. und she would
then redouble her devotion to her hus
band and try to forget club theories.
Homctlines she almost winlied she
had withdrawn from the club when
thalr change of fortune came, but It
asemed the one link with her happy
past, and she could not let It go.
Her husband shared or tried to
shara the rcmarknble In lie fa of tint
"Sona and Daughters of Progress."
To you know, dear," he said, as
ahe was dressing lor the cJuh one
evening, "that you would ln quits
justified In suing for divorce?"
Mrs. Ileid started. Divorce was tlia
subject for discussion that night.
"Ya," he continued. "M the laws
are now, yon could get one easily
enough nonsupport, you know-anil
unhampered by me you could give
Alberta the privileges which should
be har birthright. 1 have thought
often that I oiitflit to take myself
away but I am too cowardly - I'm
too sick to be brave and I-I lovs
you and Alberta so"
"Hut not well enough to die for lis
harkl there is my ear. He sure Al
berta kcrpa covered, but du't ait up
for ma. Oood byl"
Mra. lUdd's worda wera lightly
spoken. Pha meant thorn as a jest,
but they entered her husband's soul
like a rsd-hot Iron.
At the ejub they took the same
lew of divoroe suggested by Mr.
Held. If for any cause a man failed
to support and properly tducatc. L 1
children and the mother could do this
better alone, she v.ns amply junt itiett
in severing the marriage tie. In fact,
It was her piiilu duty to do so.
"Hut If the husband was sick and
helpless?" ventured Mrs. Held, Mm.
Harmon Hale shot her a ksan In
terrogating fiance, which so illaccin
ccrted her that she but half heeded
the niisvsai to her question.
"There ;u lo-pituls and sanitari
ums. A i li lit -minded man would
rather hiniM I' become a public charge
than risk the future of I. Is children."
Harmon Hale was a bachelor mil
lionaire win) liutdc no secret of his
admiration for Mrs. Held, although
he never rave her ollensive nttcu.
tiollS. Aftir the club lie offered to
drive her li.uac in his truii and she
ad a dm lug scheme to
I ran catitioiulv:
,d I .
There whs l,
"Will v it .
I say ti n: . i
your qio- r : ' . '
disc is a laita!
BiqiC ' of the
in.-. Mrs. Held, If
'd ,1m' thought behind
ei.dit V 1 Itnow your
i.e but did you uot
Remember a fifty rent bottle
of Scott's KiuuImoii given in
proper quantities will last a
baby fifty days; a eliiKl six or
seven, thirty days; and a child
of ten or twelve, twenty tins.
It's a very economical medi
If the child is sickly, without
appetite, it will nourih and
' bridge it over until it can take
its usual food.
For delicate children witbou
any real disease, it can be used
with splendid results.
We'll acini you a liltU lo try. If you like.
SCOTT ajiOWNK, uu 1'kiI itrwt, Ntw York
Brownies $.-.tE. Vocrliler.
P. -in ar.i twtat
have i.u effect ca
will, buret liar
nei nil. It rc
:m the damp, w v
do not break. V A '
No rotii'H tor
Ur to cttaf
nil cut. Iht
" wi art twite
i loOK by tht
"What was It? Oh, yes hospitals
and sanitariums. I suppose I. is
right, but it seems cruel, heartless
when a man Is not to blame. It la
not like willful neglect."
"I know but If the ease were j;op
erly presented to him would be not
see it as you'flo?"
"He doea already he suggested It
Harmon Hale could acarcely represa
an exclamation of joy, but he con
trolled himself and proceeded quietly:
"Then your duty seems plain."
"Hut I cannot tie so sure of my
ability to furnish Alberta those priv
ileges which alone would justify the
step. My earnings are small, even If
she had Uicrn ail.'
There was a moment's silence,
broken only by the sharp clatter of
hoofs on the graveled road. Then
Harmon Hale boldly played his trump
"Aa soon as you are free, all that
I hare la yours yours and Alberta's
no, do not answer yet hear trie
And she heard him sitting aa one
In a dream while vision after vision
of ease and splendor floated before
her bewildered senses. With consum
mate skill he played upon her mor
bid dswolion to her child's worldly
advancement. He spoke not of love,
only of respect and duty far higher
than love of sacrifice, the highest
form of love. On his own part ths
desire to have his fortune accomplish
the highest good, the development of
human souls to their utmoa. capacity,
and he could think of no worthier
subjects than herself and the beauti
ful Albertn. And ail could be easily
arranged. They could go quietly away
a good sanitarium selected a life
term paid In advance. The divorce
courts of a distant elty and no ques
tions asked. The husband and fathrr
must be happy In the thought of his
sublime sacrifice his years could be
few at best but In the meantime to
a child every year counted much.
"Do not answer me to-night," he
said, as they drew up at the door of
the mean little cottage where the
light from a single cheap nil lamp
burned dimly; "to-morrow at four
o'clock I shall be near the south en
trance of the park; if you are pass
ing I will Join you there, and you may
Hlie murmured a fnint assent, and
Harmon Hale drove away feeling sure
that he had won.
i The house was ao still when ahe
entered that she could almost hear
the beating of her own heart. With
a strange foreluidiug slu. entered the
bedrnnui. Her husband lay upon his
hsek, hands prone on the covrrlrt and
a horrible pallor on his fsce. His
half open eyes were unseeing. She
sprang forward, calling his name
sharply, but he did not stir. She
plueed her ear to his Hps, her fingers
upou l.ls pulse. There wss a faint
sighing breath, a feeble flutter of the
heart. Searching for a stimulant, her
eyes fell npon the innrphint bottle.
It was empty! In an Instant the
hssty words shs had fluug him : t
parting recurred to her, and she
knew what he had done. It he died
she was no liettrr thsu a murderer.
She forced a sllmulsnt down his
throat, then ran to her nearest neigh
bor, roused him and sent for the doc
tor. She msde strong coffee, poured
It lietween the Hps, chafcd'hls hands,
put hot cloths upon his heart, and all
the while prayed desperately: "Oh,
(bid! bring l.im Imek to lue If only
for a moment! ,lust long enough for
me to tell him how I love hlin!"
For in the moment of that awful
dlsoovery she had become clothed and
In her right mind. She knew that he
was her first, her Ust, her best, her
only love "for better, for worse. In
sickness end hralth, till death do u
part." Alberta stirred In her sleep
and spoke her name. For an Instant
she almost listed the sound of her
voice. It hsd lieeu her Insane vanity
for her child that had done thl ,
deed. After what seemed to her an
sge of suffering the doctor came, ami
togsther they fought for that pre
cious life and won.
At a quarter of four the next after
noon Mrs. Held said to her husband:
"The sunshine vlll do you g mil; let
us take a little walk in the park. It
is not far you can lean on me, and
we will rest tliere if you are tired.
As they approached the south en
trance they saw Harmon Hale lining
Ins on a bench close to the walk.
Mrs. Held drew ner husband closer to
her side and raised her voice lust a
trifle si they passed him, but did not
look Ins way.
"I shall never leave you alone
again, Oscar. As for the club, I ham
done with It. The members are a
set of i isersble sophists, who w on I
trample every holy sentiment of the
heart under foot la the name of
"Hush, dear, is not that Mr. Hair"
j He -ll hear you lie Is a member of
its- club. Is he not?"
Harmon Hale had heard and uni
I answered. As for Oscar lieid. he never
; knew of that memorable drive from
At a certain ftineiion, presided oier
by a ven shortsighted bishop, a
i J omif lean ..rriml icry late and ex
I p! i I tl.at l,c I, a, I been detained in
I :i 1 1 - i., a i , .- I, ' -- not In r.
j "',u;t : , ." ..il Oie bishop, "no
t ii,, l it t,i r. man's first duty
i is I i !. s , i M- 1 h,,pe the dear old
! !.o!, is .;. u,lt'. Kcmcmher mo
j n il Kii i, to her, mid tell her I
' sloill tin ii .a to tea next Sunday if
! 1 can manage it."
! W hen I he voilng mini had p.tssr l
(on the bishop turned to u b .lander
j Hint said: "That wss you q. Jin k
ri y ii. our. mis it not?
"No, toy lord." was tin. iv;!y: "that
gentleman was the duke of Ion-naught."-London
Tit m ,
al iris M:Vct linairt Blood.
drove's ""asleless Chill Tonic cur.
Thar Is a Class of Pavople.
Who are injured by the ue of coffee.
Recently there baa been placed in all
the grocery atoret a new preparation
called ORAIN-0, made o( pure grains,
that takes the place of coffee. The most
delicate stomach receives it without dis
tress, and but few ran tell it from coffee.
U doea not cost over "4 aa much. Chil
dren may drink it with great benefit.
15 eta. and 26 eta. per package. Try it.
LITTLE. BUT HE BAD GRIT. '
AboIosImsI fur Ills lalateatloaal Of-
lease, Thea Called Ike HI Maa'a
Ulu la a Queer War.
The quality of courage ia not
atralned. On the open ear of a
Clark atreet cable train the other
day there was a goodly gathering of
smokers. They were there because
the company graciously permitted
the burning of tobneco on this
branch of its possessions. A good
many other passengers most of them
nienwere also seated there, not be
cause they smoked, or even approved
of smoking, but because there was
no room for them In the closed part,
and they had nowhere else to sit,
says the Chicago Itecord-Herald.
ft..A n .!. amnlf.,, a aliirht fierV-
ous-looking little chap. . struggled j 7 who hi Hi'S9
heroically with a pipe. Under or-1 when they were uttered, were: "(Jood
dinary circumstances a pipe Is no . by. all; good-by. It Is Uod's way. Hia
easy proposition for any. but the will be done." Jnst previous to thia he
horny-handed son of aoil to nego-1 chanted the wor.dsof the hymn, "Nearer,
tinte. In the mouth of a man not , my Qq,!, to Thee. " "
born to the hod and jeans it ia gen- Hii sud th8 members of hia
erally a case of "smoking matches j offldal f era Bt the Miibnru
in attempting to keep a pipe alight
for two or three block. Hut lo! the
poor laborer may turn his pipe up
side down or at a half hitch or a
right angle, and the thick and pun
gent smoke will roll out in an un
When the winds blow It ia es-
nAnlnllv ltni,.,it S, 1, a man wkn Hh
rlcs a meersciiaiini instead or a ciay
to keep his pipe alight, and the winds
were blowing, with goodly will
through the spaces of the open car
on this day. A sudden puff of play
ful zephyr rnught up a pinch of
ashes from the pipe of the little man'
and deposited them on the clothing
of the next man, a big chap, sour
and surly looking.
"Oh, I beg your pardon, sir," the
little smoker hastened to say, as he
hurriedly brushed the ashes from the
The sour man scowled fiercely,
"Well, don't let It happen again," he
Quick as a flash the apologetic look
died out of the face of the little man.
"Why," he demanded, "what would
you do if it did happen again?"
"I'd show you blank quick," said
the other so fiercely that the cotiduc
tor trembled, and In clutching the
rail to steady himself rang up an Bud om8 of hls P'raonal "'! political
citra fare. 1 friends took leuve of him. This painful
The little man puffed on his pipe ceremony was simple. Hia friends cuino
till he had it in a healthy glow. Then 10 tue door of the ";kr"n. took a long
when the ashes were well formed (in K'"!"'" a' ulm and turned tearfully
the top of the howl he turned till htr '' He w,ls practically unconscious
faced the sour' almB and deliberate! dorlug this timoi but the powerful
mew the entire, collection-into hia
The sour mud changed hia aeat.
AN EVE-LESS EDEN.
Twenty llaupr llaehelura la m Kettle,
rnrnl ut Their Own la Florida
I'rn from Wosaea.
United States District Attorney
llimdy, of Ohio, who has been spend
ing his vacation nt l.emon City, on
the gulf coast, aavs It Is mirmlixs
for persona desiring a quiet resting
spot, a "regular Kve-less Kden."
'At I.cmon hay," he said, "there ia
a point running out into the gulf
unout a mile long und u quarter of a
mile wide. On one side is the roar of
the surf und on the other the placid
blue waters of l.emon hay. It is 011
this point that the colony makes Its
home. It is composed of men Just
past the meridian of life, about 20 in
number, all scholarly, traveled and of
wide experience. On Lemon point
they have found on ideal spot for
frittering uwuy their remaining days
In Idleness or communion with na
ture. "They are all bachelors and live
alone so far as the fair sex ia con
cerned. They have built their own
hoines, of rough yellow pine. Their
clearings occupy from one-half to
two ucres, surrounded by palmetto
trees. Kach man owns 11 hunt and
all have titles from commander, cap
tains and commodore to admiral, de
pending upon the size of the Iniats.
There are plenty of deer and wild
fowls ami Hsh of every variety in the
neighborhood. The colonists spend
their days In fishing and hunting and
their nights In communion with their
pipes and a Jug or two of aguardiente,
a drink distilled from sugar cane and
smuggled to the coast from Culm or
the West Indies.
"The members of this unique com
pany include, among others, a Swed
ish count and a retired army cap
tain, a graduate of West l'oint. Kor
live dollars per month they can II v
well and an income of :'U a month
purchases the necessaries and
luxuries. They have but to drop a
baited hook into the water and pull
up the choicest fish and by walking
along the shores they can pick up the
finest claiua and oysters. Then a
walk of an ordinary city block will
likely furnish them with venison
from a passing deer.
"Occasionally they lslt the hotel
across the bay for iiecrisary supplies,
but they keep almost entirely to
tlieuiselies. The climate Is adorable
and one can bathe In the waters of
the bay at all seasons and even In
summer the heat ia not great if one
remains out of the direct lays of the
"Its luhnbitiints call U'mon bay a
paradise on earth and lo nie it
seemed a perfect Kve les Kden."
Ilneaa'l lloaat of It nm.
Nell She used to boast that ahe
was one of the charter members of
the Woman's Suffrage club. She
doesn't appear to be as proud of It
llelle -Oh! she's just as proud, but
you know, the club was organized 15
years ago, and she must have been
at least 20 when she Joined.-Philadelphia
I Vse All.-n s Foot Tase.
j A s wdcrlobe shaken tuu the itu e
I Your feet feel swollen, nervous an, I hot.
and net tired easily It you have inmi -j
ii it leel or tight shoes, try Alien's root.
I Kr. U cools His cei ,d nuke,
jaalking easv. Cu.,m swollen, sweat)
! '"'I- in.Towiug nails, blisters and cii'l ' i
spois. Relieves coins and bunions 01
t all pain and (lives n si and comfort
, Try il lo-diy. Sold In all drufvi-la ,.
I shoe stun s for :V. Trlsl pseVsiie Kree
Address, Allen S. OliiulVsd, Le Hoi.
I N. Y.
President Dies, Reconciled to
POIGNANT GRIEF OF MR3. kt'KINLEY.
tad Scenes In Utmth hmnliar-Ilesiilt
uf IUm Aitl..M.w Arranriimenui VltV
Fun.r.l-K..o.ev.lt Takes the o.lli
of ttttlre as I'rssldent No Clisnges la
(k Cahiuet at Present.
Mimiihn Hoi-he, Buffalo, Sept. 14
President McKiuley dtod at 2:15 a. m.
He bad been nucouscioua aiuoe 7:15 p. 111.
Ilia last conscious hoar ou earth was.
pent with his wife, to whom he had
devoted a lifetime of care. He died un
attended by a minister of the Gospel,
but his last worda were a humble sub
mission to the will of the UoJ in whom
he believed. He was recouciltd to the
cruel fate to which uu assassin's bnllct
had condemned him, and faced death iu
the same spirit of calmness which ha
marked bit long and honorable career.
Uis lust couscions words, written down
"". Secretary Wilson, who
Coprrlfht, 1000, tir CharlH A. Orar.
am uot avail nimseii 01 tno opportnnity,
heart stiiuuliiuW, including oxygen,
wera employed to restore him to con
sciiiuaiieh for the final puning with his
wife. He asked for her and she sat ut
his side and held hia hand. He consoled
her and bade bur goisl-by. Shu went
through tho heart-rending scene with
the same bravery and fortitude with
which she has borne the grief of the
tragedy that euded his lifo.
Infuruieil of Her Husband's Death.
Gently she was led from tho room.
Never again was she to sea the man
''8 who for so many years had been
her devoted hern. Cluing to her own
room, she was gently put to lied, where
ahe lay most of thu tnno iu tho border
hind betweeu sleep und consciousness.
At the moment when the cud camu so
peacefully Mrs. McKiuley was alueping,
and uot until 1) o'clock this morning did
sliu learn the news that it was feared
would break her heart. Dr. Hixcy, who
has devoted himself constantly to her
since the last hope of saving tin, presi
dent's lite was given up, was ut her side
when she opened her eves.
"I)is:tor, in the major nsleopr" she
"Yes, but he in sleeping the s' nitlnit
knows uu end," were the tat.il ,v rds
that Dr. Kixoy had to reply. A fl xid
ot teurs was her only reply. Dr. li.miy
all the lime did his best to i- niilort her,
lulling her it would 1st h r liushiud's
dearest wish that she lie culm. A' last
the he.U'l-bi u.ikiug a hs subsided and
she lapsed into a statu of grief more im
pressive iu its calmness limn tlio nu-t
The doclors bexnu work on th-j au
topsy about noon. They found tiie tirst
Imilet fired did not pass tlii'onii the
skin. The doctors for two bom s lis.k ' t
tur the second or fatal bullet, but tinuMv
gave up tbn search. Dr. Matthew
Maun, win:, as s-t former of the opera
vu the president niter thu shooting, hat
been principally in charge of the case
during the president's prostration, said.
"Tile lintopsy allowed two llnqil 'sll,,.
ubic facts: First, that the presid- ut
never had the sl ghtest chance to n .
cover; und second, that the siii-jua',
steps taken immediately after lie was
allot were w hat ought have saved his
lito under favorab'e conditions. The
presiilint's hurt was one that under
nearly any circumstances wauild b-j fatal.
In the case of a yonug man iu pert, ot
health and vigor the same suik'ical at
tention after tiie same injuries nii;lit
save his life. The bullet punctures iu
the stomach were held toigi'tlicr by the
llie suifuecs, 1 leventing tile escape of
mutter into the utaloiuiual cavity, hut
tho tis-iies hud shown no disposition to
unite. The president's death was dne
to Hii9iiu developed by tfuiurcuc. Tna
poison was absorbed into th 1 system.
A NiHht of Terror.
" A a fill anxiety was fell for tbc uido
ol the biave tiencrsl l'urii In: in of Ma.h
las, Me, w ll.-ll the d s-iors said she
would d'e troui I'll- urn, -nia bi lute 111. n:i.
ing"n'c Mis. S 1. l.irc.dn,
atlen led her iliit fearful nvli'. h.i she
la-Cdi d I r IK Kiin:'" N- Ib-cme'v,
III, lib. id ,. limn 111.,. - veil,, 1
life, ail I cured I ' t', llsumti-1 11
ler taking, she sieio sil tilth: Km, lor
use en ile!i pitied lo r." I I, s in r, l
lolls metluiiieis year iin,.e,l 10 cur.- sd
Throat, t'lnst and 1. 11:1; I1 seas. .. o!; i
Mi and fl 110. r.n.1 hi I. a (in- i,t lr.
Ktemer s dnm s ore
Kriipthms.culs, bum.. al 1, ,re
of all kind" quickly lirnl.d h. It.l iit',
W tc i Itaael Sslve t'erui,, , er,, f,
piles. Hesireol t'- u iterii m. Il-uie
you set the original IK, Woe.- lr
3 ; jjVa
II lltDO a.'l,l h Irtha .1
1 0 w
rv is. ce yTixi
r I III . I : ii 1 I , L
, thrive and g'roT
The perfect food drink for
I growing children is FlGPP.UNS.
It is made from carefully se
lected California figs, prunes and
I sound, well ripened grain.
Looks like coffee- Tastes like
coffee. But there is not a
I grain of coffee in it.
Boil from 5 to 10 minutes only.
ALL GROCERS SELL
nnd killed just as suroiy as yolson taken
by the nnjtfh." The j ru.si.lent, accord
ing to Dr. ilauu, had uu recuperative
Secretary f'ortolyon tonight gave ont
the following order of tho movement of
the funeral ceremonies: Alter a private
ceremony nt the Milburu house 011 Sun
day, Sept. 13, at 11 a. m , the remains of
the late president will be taken, under
military escort, to the Kuffalo city ball.
Where the body will Ho in statu until
nightfall, thus affurding tho citiwua of
Buffulo an opportunity to pay their re
spects. The funeral train will leuvo
liufTitlo st 8::I0 n. m. Monday und pro
ceed to Washington. Monday evening
tho body will be taken from the train to
the executive niiuiMioii, where it W'ill
i-eiimiii njtil 0 o'clock Tuesday morn
ing, when il will be taken to t lie ro
tunda of thu capitol, there (olio iu stc.to
until 11 u. 111. Wednesday. At Vi o'clock
the public Itinera! service will be hciil
nt the rotunda. At 1 o'clock the body
will be taken, tiudur luinfiiy i-scor,
followed by the funeral procession in
accordance with the precedent in li:e
ense of l'ri'sident Garfield, to the l alti
more and Potomac station, and tiie
funeral train will leave for Canton nt
Uiii'i oV'i.ck 011 Wediii s lay all 'i iiuoii.
The fuaercl train will reach Cnliloil
Thursday forenoon, where the tii:::l
services will be couinii'.lcl to t!n c!i:u;:o
of the citizens under the direction of a
committee to be si.'Lcti.il by the mayor
of the city.
Arrl.ul of U-....v. It.
1'fr'r'U.l), Sept. 1-1. lVciadcllt JiooSO-
volt reached liiiil'alo at 1:1;J o'clock this
afternoon, accompanied only by his
private secretary, William Loch, Ji-.
Au immense crowd, which, had been
awaiting hii arrival for hours, was
gathered about the station, :ar to
catch the first si'ht of the piesideut.
W'licn ho left the train un escort of the
i''ourtli signal corps formed about him
and conducted him t- an automobile
w hich ills friend, Ausley W'ilunx, had in
waiting. Those who saw liim did not
raise a cheer, bill showed their repect
by lifting their hats. He arrived lit
the Wilcox home at 1:15 o'clock, und lit
2:110 o'chs'k lie was ready to leave for
the Milliuru home, where he desired to
make his oflicial call of condolence, A
greut crowd was gather u near the
house of mourning wlieii the vica-presi.
dent arrived, but the people toil back
ti. f -wv ;':!' i Vi- & . S : -1)1 ,tlr
Coi.yriiJr.t. ii'-K). by Rock wood. N. Y
rRjootfunv. IL' liis rosnsra to
tho iiiDuniini; family, nnd :fit-r ;i wliort
call, Wi'Ut h.u-K to th- WiU'ix l:tut.
T;ik h tit.' ( tlh of Olllt r.
A ffv utiimt s n.'it r hi-; :rriv?.l nt tlu
WlK'oX lldU.sO lii) :IS ,t) A'fil ly tlli
mt'Uib. rH ut !ti (.I'ltu-t I'.M.I .in io
II.'Z-'I, whn Ii ; I l-fi.tj (!) s 'i! to a 'min
i hi tllO (mill. Thr. p!.,.',. 1,.,'t.tl fiff
tho ccrt'iirmy w.tf . )w ii'tTarv. A . ! v
Imv wiih'mv w-tli 't.t'tit'tl .1 ...
pV'-tty t'entr-t th t'.n'uf.foiiml,
ami 1 t't'.nt' thit 'li" r-: I nt t. k
wit i. -I.. Siii t otuuii ;iu' him w ,i-f t lit' ti V
nii'tnVr4 th-- t ui.iiit'i, S ffi'i.tri -s
Hoot, !liii!ic,rU, T.oii,-, WiUi.m uu.
I'osi mi; -T' y 1 1 -in' i - : "ii t Ii. At 1 1 c
ci.s.'ly !.:;t'J n VI. r. jaiy i?
in an alnit -t ii 'iu.l.'. ' 1" i i v i 1 1
"Mi Vu-.-p; -i hi t: 1 " If -rcli-ifl
Voiro I'lo!;., f-T iuhytwo ldiaiiitd
tho tt-.ti i- ii'ii- u hit U tw i.t h h
lip?. i- . ih tl h. ooni t mi' t
tiinio Ins n't : in t"i Th r w -io syin
patiu tio i v.". in iu !.i rl -ut iuia,
und two n;t,i. ,liip-t i a iv iinw ;i t'.n!i
oliook f ti:.- -.ii;- -.'i t. Wiiit.na M--lVy.
Kooi '.-s i hin va.s ..a hit luot.
iSiniiU'iiiy, :r, M iliar l'.i ii h. ",.. ,,s I;
wit Ii uu t IV t , h.' i t'iiliiui il, it a hr.-U-
'i liavo l mm. i.'rp'i iii 1, mi leli .If of,
tln ra'im t tl tl.. la to yv i-i.-nt. !t-n s
tiinio v ho .ii'1 a .r-.'M' In l.n:V.i o, :i !
t'XOi'pt , lo ii ijiit ti , toi r .,i; s v
w i;ht, a ... ; t he .ifl airs ut v r:i
mout, tUat a 'h -i.ia proot-.v i ,lt
i tlui toiiMitLltMll o th oT otl:o-. 11 ptt si
1 d. nt f : ho I'lint 1 S:,iTr.'
K..- oo:.i::i; r . r to oro'.uy
1 H t. s i-..;: "I s'i i : -t. i ho
imuv, in u. .'-..; 'h y.iur rf.j'.-t-j
Hl.t 111 til": i. . ! il--.M iV.r . .-,,; .
ill.ittint. I n ii! 1 v..-li t.i :r
! ih.il it h'l.t,. 1. my ,u t' ,ai:
j nl Mv.y in;' -ii ..-ii 1 !i p,.l..-y . i rri-ii-j
iK i.t Mi iv: ;: i- y I 4' t iu- j 1. a -(
jMrit y an. I h.': r ot our l v v.i
I Jivli;o thou a lii-iiiisrvr. - tiu-
i coiiM.;ututi il o.iili if nil! to v,ii:i !i
tho pivituliut aturwat-l a:tac::.vl hi
Tho tttviu!-r-i (tf tho o.il' iit'i w, I n
I Ulll iht'T poV.l I"., ;.i U;i.v. f..- Jj-.o
I S011.it. Frve 'a:iu v lew ptv.
ulo ovi-rtao Ml-;,itio,io: l aitr-l
I St.te ti.-,:o u '.in a : -v v - .1 m
, i cliovii at i!,i 1: : vx r.t! ,i 11
1 uml hi-.'raavt a i . r..,;a .-t . :!1 ; ,ra
I 4. 1 ..
l"iv-isl. ;t K OM-ie'r, l pi-iv.vu .titia,
di-cl-iToU lh'aivhiv, Srpc. li. a h ii.i .v.
' RUSSIA WAHTS PEACE.
Iter Principal Natloasl Marnit Is
lb Ue.elopment of Her
The prrnt csr has been aome
thinif of a 1 izle to the world. Much
whs ex,. ' i i d of him by the friends of
Kuuiisn in (ri ess brcanse of his known
inclination tivjrd Kber.ilj :u. His
courM bus been SMiiewhiit. lut not
whollv, d:s3iw,intin'. A cx-nrnirmble
lnflueiie has been reUiliied by I'obe
dowiff. Tiie I!us.-ion ut.ior.l par
ty hns f-r-own- in strenr'th until revolu
tion ar.d sceialisin, if they exist, are
lost in pi-eaur mcv: .nems and un
heard of no more. The K"1' understad
jr.y ti-ith 1 r.mcr cmtiuu.-s. bein basrd
on the solid" grouml of financial self
Interest. The (rinrrul p'.tice pa'.icy inaugu
rated bv Aiexnndvr III. has been- nil-
l,isized by an aticinpt I" reach a Im
sis cf iirdvi'ii-al piece thrr.u-.rh the
p.-occ pon.-eas Rt The li.vue. says a
nriter in tiie f hauiauquan. Hie i nl
t ,:ion of thi niovf!:tnt hy Jiu-.i:i has
l. rn thr sii'iject cf hcani CLiitro
v. rsy as to the Ku-sien n. tivr. Ii may
have" bein line in purl to the i-nli'-h!-r.-ied
vicv.t vi tiv. war, I "t it pit.ino
tiiui by liit.-is a: 'ii.qiiesUi.nnbl.v dic
tated in i-. if-inte -.-n. It is tu be rioted
that Un .- - 'n is mr.v at the h!pht-t point
of prosperity that. ha. yt ! :r lained,
and is .ti!li.i!r forth r.treiui.i.ts i fTorta
to extend and conjo!ilate her vast em
pire. loce Is the ncwl of the Iliii.'ion na-tiMi,alit---a
peace that will eneble
them to negotiate with China U r Man
churia, and to utilize thrir wealth in
Ice buiM-iiiif of railroads and- in pro
ii.o;im unity in other ways. They do
n it wish to he diMurhid in the H u ssi
fieatl;in tif Tinlund ant! tl.e othi-r prov
ince, ;riii( h is an impudent tsirt of the
FINEST NEW YORK PULPIT.
ileauttful Work Latnlr Ckfnptsteil
for All Auacls' Eiilseopal
All Angels' Kpltcopal church, West
I-i'td kvi nne and Ki-ht r-lirHt street,
h is ji.st required whnt is dcscrilw d
n tliv !'.:.i:t puljiit In Ameiicn. It
is tiirf w- ri. of Karl Hitter, and wns
iMjii to the church by Mrs. Sarah
( . nell in memory of her husband
r. ; tvto sons. The style of the pul
!: i. Itulian retiaisance, changed
.v!,dit!y to ci.nform with the interior
uf the cliurch, says the Nefv York
landing- ii.eninst a column, the pi!
1: has fi r its foundation a reprc-:-"utat
Ion of Muses with the tablets
; ' 'aw, nnd- corbels presenting' the
luad of lie proh! els, intended to
:.ll tiat tl.c (!os-el preached
fi1' in the ptilt it is 1-r.i.ud ii(.n the law
und tiie -.i:;,ii. Is.
A choir r::i!. which h ads up to ihe
; 'il; il r."l and .surrounds the pulpit
I'm !f, c-e-ii-atcd with a iiroce.ssion
of nii),', . .' hove the pulpit is a can
'!'i' cf " ' ! 'irnioiii'.tt-'.i by n ii angelic
!it ire l.n!'i'i- r a triiuipet. tied forming
an a-:. if what is befiin below
in the ;in.i , -i-in.
'I her" "litis aiso just been ued for
t'n first time in the same church an
iilf'ir and reredns. i-reet-d by mcm
1. is of t'c 1'oti' ,::ni flltli'Iv ill nieni
cry of t' e most liberal nitron of All
Anuels' c!""eli. the !nic Rev. Dr.
r!:,ir!es l. liolTinaii. Tlr- a!t::r i. snr
: i ,n 1 el hy a ounnpy of l-rti.-?. per
l'n; s the i n'v one of the kind in this
cviiitrv. alt ii' 117-!, jucli are coieinon
in nortliein Italy. The new rectory
cf the narish. costing $i,r,00. Is ni
EASILY LOSE THEIR KE.RVE.
tlanr People Collapse I'ttorlr Whea
( They Are Con fronted li?
"I rf men, l.er cue hrnrin!.. of n fellow
fll:n. 1 vii.i i-;- ,i:i;njured out -,f a railw ay
iv :e: l;. -, . ;k'o iil.e 11 llelcoa t'l ;:ssj-t
Lit", i- I,,' ; i.a t e fi llow-t.;!' i: i-.s."
anid a ra:'.'.:il (iflieiiil reel: I !. , ai-cs. id
iliir to t 'o- ( it'cinnati rri;i:i!er. "Al3
tl.e tiror be was al iork, !',.ii"rer. he
l.'ld i lie I.:. :ld to lii Coil. .-. :l:., nh-:;
I ! ,- , r. i lie of ii , c ;r. , : : e '.
coer.r! that he mis ho, u tiht I"
lr neckti.. is li io h t'e had In , n in the
ti-M of tying- when the col.ision ot
curred. "IVople act very qucerly when they
ore or ;li!i:l; they are in danger.
"1 know ayi.utn?glr!wholi:i.l learned
to si u quite uel! ar.J one day she tr-i.'
to swim aerosii a river. Time were
p'.rtlty of pepic alKiut and the liistance
was not rr-nt, hia when she ku.s liaif
way across o:ne one calleil cut : 'How
.ieep U it?' She let her foot down and,
of course, found she was out of her
depth, IiiM.iniiv i.;,,. los-i hPr nrtve
1 ? calm up once, tried to
yhe water choked her and
ot :i i ri .
fi Ooi:-:' that snmetliin;?
j''.KI" ' :. clothes anil a li.
"- i nr. 1!.- was none t.x,
w .is ti t con scions i hen hi
p. it as the she,-r frii-ht
down she Y
s.. 11. f. r si-,
piiiicd her 1
of knowing that was out of her
ilipth that cans ,1 it aM. asotherw.se
there wiiEu't the sl'jhtcst danger."
Auttqullr of Aiiiil.inileal SluBr.
Pir Norman l.cekier i.,ints out thai
the statin nnd iaque
strue and wood lo le
.'i a ill the
t' " jiricst-''-!'
i of an
t -cores of
j liizeh mi. s,-ma pr.n,. tl.
j n.iir.iiiilliers cf Memphi.s
j ago had a profound Un, ,
atomy. Seii nee, he ti,, :
j is ns old as art. und I !
sauced together. Ai.ctl
I b!e fact is that the e
Italy have brought to ii
finely finished surgical
for certain oueratin.,H ,
'almost esery particular ,: f. ; m pre
cisely like those reinvent, -! ,,, modern
times and used by the most ndmaotd
'.trrenna or to-day.
f.-miliar nsmo fur the Chicago, Mi!-
u,.,St. Paul Kiilway, known a!'
v r tl.c I'nion as the lircst Railway
"ii nie.- i he- ';,,"e..r T.-niitesl"' tra:i p
-'. day a:;.! ni.-lit Uqwecn St. Paul
' - ami "nili-i. at: J Chicago,
I' .ni e ivrdi't trains in the world.'
i S--I t it .1: (.'niiiiei tior.sw are made
s i !i vii T hascontiiieii'iil Lines, assur-
i v: -1 ;"i - p;i ts the best service known.
I.n.ir o ;s r acliei, electric lisftifs. steam
mi', ots v i::v eqnullcj by no other
" bat vour ti.-ket rca.ls via "The
ti' into,." alien goinj lo any oint in
the I'nited States or Canada. All tick
et stents sell them,
lor rates, pamphlets or other tnfoT
nstien, a Mless.
I. W. C.iai:v, C.J. Ktiov,
list. I s .t. General Aitent,
"'-it tit, V s.s.i. 1'oKTi.ANn, Ur'
I Dititr for the Blood than Waiparilla.
j For Those Living in the Malaria Pis
i tots, l.rove'a Taslelcn Chill Tjnic.
.THE AVII1TE IS KING.
Beauty ol Finish, Quality of Material,
n simnieet. most comnlete and best
' pert teai hers, easy payments, old machines taken in exchange, the fullest pouijf
'.... ,n,.,a nna n.illinn ftvn hundred thousand batiDV. Satisfied users. I),!.,. - '!
of success, coutleouB treatment Whal More Can You Aik? ""5
We have dtber makes of mscbinre, withoul ball leatiniis, mm, imj
Some pood second band machines cheap. AlVkinds of sewing machine Net,) j
ml. attachments and reDairf. New niacbinea for rent. .
oil, attachments and repairs. New niacbinea for rent.
Don't think of buying a Sewing
We say "The 'White' is King" of
phon or write and let us prove it.
Ire You mmg lost?
Perhaps I can be of service to you.
I can ticket you over any railroad running
trains out of Portland; tell you when to leave
home; where'to change cars; when you will
reach your destination, and what there is to
be seen on the way.
Call or write I '11 take pleasure in answer
ing your questions.
Omaha, Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis and
One of the most helpful books on nerve
weaknees ever issued is that entitled
' Netve Waste," bv Dr. Sawyer of Kan
Kramisco, now in its fi fl li thousand
This work of an experienced and repu
table physician is in agreeable contrast
to the vast sum of false teaching which
prevails on this interesting subject. It
shoutids in eurcfullv considered and
practical adviif, und lias the two great
merits of w isdom und sincerity.
It is indorsed by both the religious
and secular press. The Chicago Ad
vance save: "A perusal of the book
and tho application of its principles will
put health, hope and heart into thous
ands of lives that are now Buffering
tin ouh nervous impairment."
The book is $1.00, by mail, postpaid.
One of the most interesting chapters
chapter xx, on Nervines and Nerve
Tonics has been printed separately as a
ample chapter, and will be sent to any
address for stump hy the publishers,
The Pacific I i: ii . Co., Bos 2ti5M, San
Wood wanted on subscription at the
Cm 'ini:n oif'ne.
Sliortcst and Quickest
ST. PAUL, DUIiUTH, MINNEAPOLIS
AM) ALL POINTS KAST
ThrmiKti Pnlaco anil Touelsl Hleep-i-rs,
liiiliit and Ituft'et Siiioknii
PAII.Y TRAINS; FAST TIMK; SF.U
YICK AM SCKNKUY L'NKQl'AI.F.D
Tickets to paims Ka-t via Portland and
tin' tiKKAT M'RTHKR.N UY., un sale
at Southern l'aiitic I lepot Ticket Otlii-e,
tirauts Pass, or liHKAT NoRTHKKN
Ti. ket tltlu e
l'JM Third Street, Portland
For 1; iti-i. Folders nml full iiiformntior
recarding F.astcrn trip, call on or address
A. P.. V. I'FNNlSTuX,
City Pass and Ticket Aient, Portland
visit DPI. JORDAN'S oxiatJ
mi l.u ft n.. in Faiici.Li.eiL
Wmrl. Watihu.e .t J Cci-.tTclJ r
Stt4ir.l am iu CoiM. tat yn. f
CS. J?.RDAM-OlStAS:SOF MCfli
venu le tlMSTrtthlf prt'lir.nd
r orui'.f . t? lltlit A rtfiftn Cttr in ;TeT ttM
" MatLBU katlaA. A '" jf Ii Y1
oa jo.dn a c, iosi M.at , t
NOTUT: lo CKF.P1TORS.
f'-e iit.il-rs'.iie.i having bteu appoint
I i ji'i'ii'm id ti e , fiiie at Jewptt Kess
.le. ea' d, bv the ('(unity Court of
c lone Ci e.iiiv, all lsets.nn havinft
1 -ii a.-aiTisi sud tsiate are berahy no
:i 1 ' i pi,-., i, i ihe-niM i,, lm. a; i jratt'
e.-s. I .-, i !,. ne l o'loty, Orei-n, will,
i t't, j-" p'nit and vnneheis. aithir;
,s trio i ; s nam t,e ,i ii.. ol this notice
P.iisi ttil ..'I'll dsv of Iu ,'. I'.Kll.
II T. KrssLca.
.! , utoroi li.e esta'e ol Joseph Ketsler,
(b IV f e.i.
t'yiwreaTysparj mt fisn
, am aii-iawastassiiisaaMaa.i a a'tii iafsr rniiiiia.
Like a Bicycle
' Makes the "VhitB"
Easiiest Running Sewic.?
Machine Made. '
EUgance ol Design, the finest Wotktiiant, f
eet ol attacbmenti, lull instructions k. .
Machine until you have Recn the NtL
Sewing Macbinea and Bicycles. Call, uj
WHITE SEWING MACHINE COMPANY,
Main Office, 1!00 l'oet St San Francisco, C
For Sale By
Grants Pass, Ore!
A. C. Sheldon, General Agent,
Third and Stark Sts., Portland, Ore,
NOTICH TO CONTRIBUTE
To Fred Sleveneon:
Notice ia hereby given by t lie under
tigned, your cj-owners in the tight
quarts mining claims situated m'i
Kancliciio Creek in Josephine Counti,
Oregon, and known as tiie "Sunrise'1,',
the notice of wihcli is recorded at p(t '
47, V. 9; the "Confidence", the nutm j
ot which is tecotded at pages 61-52, V. J
tl; The "KxceUior" tiie notice ol i.
which is recorded ut pages 52 53, V, S, '
the "San Pedro", notice of which il n
corded at page 4S, V. 9; the "lioldti ? .
Eagle", notice of which ie recorded l
puges 21-22, V. 9; the "Cleopatra", no-j
tice of which 'is recorded al jisge (L7,
V. 12; the "Mossbark", notice ul sliidi i
is recorded at page(i2(, V 12; t lie " Web- J
foot", located by Ld Ilurke in lHff; s
all of the above being volumes ul the y
MiHcolluueuiis Mining Records ul Jiw t
pliine C'JUllly, Oregon ; thnt un less Km f
conlrihiite nml pay to said tiiulertigiini f
co-owners witliiu ninety days fiom ibe '
date of the first publication of this no-
tice, the sum of two bundled dollars, t
tiie same being your pioiortion cf the '
cost of annual labor done on said cl.iim t
in order to protect the tnle tlietito j
during the year 1(100, your one ioutlh '
interest tbeiein will be lorieited tu jou ?
F". M. Ai.iii.iuht. j
Kl lit KKE f
. OakL Wimjes. J
EAST and SOUTH i.
Trains Leave Grunts il'ass for Purl
luml ami Way Htatiiwis at 0:30
a. m. and 0:15 li. in.
. :;) a.m. V trr .
12aia a.m. P- I " I
i. 7:15 p in. S .4.") a.i f
I. v. Orantsl'aes. .
Ar. Ashland. .
Ar. SanF rancisco
....4 55 p m.
7 :01 a.m.
H lo f BI.
7 ;'.'.' a.m.
..i .30 a iu.
A r. Kansas t'itv . .7 :25 a in
Ar. Chicago 7 :i.' a.m.
Ar. Los Angclea. .2:00 p. ni. 8:05 -m-
Ar. Kll'aso ti:00p.ui. .0 ' p.
Ar. Fort Worth . . .tl :S0 a. m. 6 :SQ a. m.
Ar.Cily of Mexicoll :30 a. m. 11 SO
Ar. lloiielon.. . .4:00a. in. 7 :t 0 a. in
Ar. New Orleans fi :; p. m. 6 :3f I'.
Ar. Washington . . fi :42 a. ni. (i 42 lu
Ar. New York. . .12:10 I. ni. 12:10 ! o;'
PULLMAN AND Tol Ill-T CAKS on
both trains. Chair cars Sacramento '0
Oglen and Kl Pafo. ami Tourist cars l
I hicago, St. Louis, New Orieanl at)
Connecting at San Fiancisco ilt
several eteamehip lines for Hof."!"!0
Japan, China, Philippines, Cent''
See J. P. Jester, agent at Grants I'm
Pasa station or address
C. II. MAUKIIAM, i. I'- A-
nintaete urftst VDtl 21
It artificially digest the food
structtng the eihausteU o'l-6"""
(rana. It tithe lateskdiacoTercddteiw
antandtoDio. io ouier pi"'." Tsi.
can approach It in eOiclency. it J"
, .. . . i , r.aro, ntiv cures
eiau.ijr luiicvrsauu iti w."-. i,.,,n
Dvspepsla, Indigestion, Ileartburti,
Flatulence. Sour Stomach, a""j
Sick Headache. Gastralgia Cramp'00
all other results of imperfect dipeit on.
PrlceVle audit. UreslseeoiiUloaH"3
frtoani by E. CDaaflTT CO,Ct)l
FOR SALE BY W. F. HREMER-