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" ' LtT ME BEGIN ANtW.IV"
lord God. Thou lettaat th nn thing
A new life every year;
Out of their sunken aelvei they rta,
Greet and iweet and clear;
Behold the lily's pure whit learn
Unfolding by each mere,
Atratn the sop mount tn the fir
Through ivery swelling vein:
Again the clover itln and thrill,
Responsive to the rain;
Again the urd.r grata makea grn
Th lone LrtAst of the plain.
Hear the nw, the golden flood of so a.
The lark pours forth to the bluet
Behold the strong, undaunted shoot
Pushing Its brave front through
Th fallen tree. Lord (lod, Lard Qui,
Let me begin anew!
Out of my own self let me riaa.
For, Ood, If It can be
A new and noble growth may sprint
From yon decaying tree
Burely a strong, pure Ufa may mount
Out of this life of me.
Ella Hlgglnion, In the Pacific.
By Frederic C Thorn pun.
(Uopjrtsbl, net, fcj Author fttaae-t
T N8IDE Manuel' cantina tb Amer-
I lean music Dog was playing, mat
was nothing unusual, fur, from morn.'
inf? to nltfht, the music bug was going.
At s table drawn close to the one on
which the box stood sat old man
Chamberlain. Ilia eyes were closed
ind he wax seemingly half-aslcep. But
with an almost automatic action hs
now and then lifted a glass to his lip
and sipped the fiery mescal which It
contuined. And that was nothing tin
usual, for, from morning to night for
many a year, old man Chamberlain sat
beside the box and the bottle in the
dark Mexican suloon.
Between the box and the man were
two point of respmblnnce. Koch had
come from the United Slates and each
whs wearing It life out In Manuel'
cantina. There the resemblance end
ed. Of the two the music box was
more respectable member of society.
"The Drunken Gringo" the palsnno
called him. It was a double contempt
because he was a foreigner and a sot,
And yet, once each month, they wel
comed him as one of themselves. For,
then, there came tn the old man
oheck from a fur-off city In gringo
land, and thitt strange check, convert
ed Into cash, speedily found it way
over Manuel' bar. On the day that
It came there was free mescal for all
who eared, and they were few who
would not leave the tiresome scratch
Ing of the soil for a time of Intoxicated
hilarity. Then "The Drunken Orlngo"
became "El Benor," and his tottering
teps were steadied by willing hand
It was. not a big check only for ISO
United Htates currency. Hut that make
almost a roomf ulof Mexican peso, and,
besides, so fur a result went, it was
worthy the respect it received. For, In
one way or another, it wa one of the
supports of the village. On it old man
Chamberlain lived entirely. To him
it wa board, lodging, clothing, and
what wa more drunken forgetful
nea. To Manuel two-third of H
found It way to hi pocket It wa
prosperity In business. What sifted
by him directly or indirectly support
ed half th village. So It was that for
one day In the month th old town had
fiesta when Ilacchus wa king aud
th Drunken Gringo hi premier.
Old man Champerlaln had not al
ways been the "Drunken Gringo."
Once It was before hi music box wa
invented he had been young and th
future had seemed fair. He had had vl
lon of a prosperous and honored life,
Then had come his durk day, and Mex
ico waahl refuge, a It I that of many
another American. Our across th
border he had been seized with a long
ing for his native iund. The scene
which bad been o prosalo and com
mon tn the day he lived among them
were transformed Into dreams of par
adise. To se them again In reality
wo forbidden by the law h had
broken. To dream of them over a mes
cal bottle wa a resource left him,
and In this he found his solace. Little
by little the reality of the past wa
forgotten; little by llttl he became
th "Drunken Gringo," and all that
wa left wa the mualo box, the men
tal bottle and the monthly check.
The lust fiesta of the check had been
unusually exciting. It wa the holi
day time, and the spirit of the season
had covered the disgrace of the gain
go so that the check wa larger than
ordinary, and brought with It a me
age of Christum greeting. For
time the old man had shaken off hi
tupor. Hut now the music box was
grinding away a usual, the mescal
in the bottle had been reduced by half,
and Munuel dozing on the bench
outside the door.
Then came a crash. The music box
went tumbling to the floor. Through
th open doorway nine flying the
metal disc in which were punched the
note of "Home, Bwect Home," aud on
which the box had been at work.
"Maauell Manuel! Come here, Man
ell I tell you I will go. No one shall
top me. I will go. I say, Manuel -"
Old man Chamberlain was standing
In the doorway grasping the wall to
support hi trembling log and shout
ttoused from his nap by the unwont
ed disturbance and the cries of hi
usually speechless patron, Manuel
Uod half frightens,! before him.
"What 1 It, senor?" he guped,
"I tell you I will go," repeated old
Chamberlain. " don't care for
th law. I don't care if they do get
. I'm going home again."'
"Hut, tenor," proleslcl Manuel, a
the old man'a Idea became apparent
to hint. "If you cross the river they
will get you. You have id so muny
time. And you have snid. too, that
it Is better to live here than die in
Nothing, that conies in a
bottle, is more important for
children than Scott's emulsion
of cod-liver oil.
And "important" means that
it keeps them in even health.
Whenever they show the least
disturbance of even balance of
t 1 . , i
ncann, it promptly restores !
It .is to be used as a food,
whenever their usual food does
hot quite answer the purpose
WVII usd vos link ta trv, II vua like.
KOTT miWNK. y,t
Brownlaa $1 A. E. Voorhle.
"I don't care, I tell you; I don't
care," mumbled th old man. "I'm go
ing back. It was playin? 'Home, Sweet
Home." unil I can't stand it any longer.
Jfou d.ni'i know what a home is down
here. None of your people do. How
can you, living a you do? Hut I know.
I had a honi once, and 1'iu going buck
The strength which had come with
hi excitement left the old man and
he lank down on the loucli. .Manuel,
thinking to quiet him. linuiht him the
mescal bottle. Chainneilnin drank,
but clung to the idea fixed In his mind.
To Manuel such a thing was worse
than folly., It was sheer madness, for
the old man had told him ninny a time
of the trouble which had mmle him
flee the states and which had made
the Kio Grande the boundary of a for
bidden laud. The thought of what he
might lose financially did not enter hi
head. With long years of association
he had come to like the old man, and
"Drunken Gringo" though he was he
wanted to save him from harm. This
idea wss strong in him, and be hur
ried for two or three men who, he
thought, might have Influence with
Chamberlain. They came and they
argued their beat, but the old man wa
"I tell you I'm going back," he In
dited. "I'm going back, even If they
do get me."
"He'll have changed his mind by to
morrow," said the jefe politioo. "They
say the prisons In hi land are worse
than those we have, and"
A significant shake of the head
bowed what the Jefe thought.
Hut on the morrow old man Cham
berlain was as firm as ever. The music
box was picked up and repaired, and
the mescal bottle was refilled. Manuel
and hit friends argued. All In ruin.
Finally they held a consultation. It
wat in one end of the cantina. In the
other old man Chamberlain was lis
tening to the music box anil fitting to
It air the words: "I'm going back,
I'm going back, I'm going buck nguin."
When the consultation was ended,
Manuel came to him.
"I'm going back, I tell you," said the
old man, hi voice keeping time to the
"Si, si. You shall go bnek," answered
Munuel. "Hut I will go back with you.
Then, perhaps, they won't get you
"I'm going back, I'm going buck,
I'm going buck aguin," persisted old
man Chamberlain, as the music box
continued to ahaklngly grind nut its
Thnt night there wa a long talk,
and the mescal bottle was emptied
and raemptied. Manuel talked and
the jefe politico talked and old man
Chamberlain crooned hi one refrain
Hut he listened to the arguments. He
had no money, and Manuel could not
pay th expense to New York. That
did not matter to the old man. New
York wa a dream so far In the past
that it had ceased to be real. Hut the
United State still existed for him, nnd
if he eould step foot In them once
more he would be content. Ho it wa
The next night a the Mexican Cen
tral train drew into Ciudad Junrei two
men got off. One wa Manuel; the
other wna the "Drunken Gringo." It
wa (till light, and slowly, by bnek
street, they made their way to a an-
loon. There a bottle of mescnl was
secured. When it was empty Manuel
went to the door and looked out.
"Dime," he said. "It I time."
Old man Chamberlain totterlngly
rose from hi chair, lis drew him
self a erect as he could, and walked
to the street. In his hand he held the
empty mescal bottle, which he had
been grasping as it stood on the table.
Slowly Manuel led the way to the
stretch of dry sand which, for geo
graphical purposes, Is called a river.
Are you sure? Is this the way?"
asked the old man, a they stumbled
HI, at. I am ure. I know the
way, replied Manuel.
Gradually they went down a sandy
Inelin. Then they crossed a small
plain cut up by mlnut arroyos. Then
there waa a sharp ascent.
Here, here," whispered Manuel, in
frightened voice that allowed he waa
trembling a though he was the one
who stood in fear of the law.
Are you sure?" again protested the
old man. "Arc you sore? I this really
the United States?"
Yes, ye. Look," answered Munuel,
a he pointed to one aide where could
be seen the lights of th river guard
on duty at the frontier customhouse.
The old man looked. From behind
rame the rumble of the street cars as
they cringed the bridge. Straight
ahead, the first one hardly Ml feet
away, were the lights of 1.1 l'aso.
"I believe you. It la It la - home,"
said the ld man In n strange voice.
I hen he sank on th sand, his face
hidden from sight.
For a time Munuel left him. There
was no danger, probably, but to the
friendly Mexican every sound, every
movement of the hushes ahead was a
warning that they should go. At last
he touched th old mnn on the shoul
Yea. ye, I'll go. Only give me an
Manuel waited. Then the two stum
bled bark across the sand to the
lights of Jarci aud safety for Chum
bvrluin. The music tn Is still nlavlnir In
Manuel's cantina. The disc of'"llome,
Rweet Homo" which old man Clinm
berluin nearly destroyed when he tore
It loose has been repaired nx well as
Munuel could do it. On the table are
two bottles, one of mescnl, the other
of the sand which the old man irnt ti
ered on the "homo" bank of the Kio
Grande. The imuit hi v check mill comes.
and the llesla is held us of old Itul now.
after euch one, the "Drunken liriugo"
croons a new rcfrajn. it is: "Fur I've
Uen home, I've bco. home, I've been
home ouce mora."
What do tho Chlldrn I)r Irk?
IVin'l give them colfee. Have von
rled the new I.hhI drink called (iraiii-OV
It it delicious and nourishing iviid laker
the place ol collee. The morn t Irani 0
you give the children the mora health
you distribute through Ibeir eviMcm.
Orain-0 is made of pure grains, and
when iroHrly prepared lisle like the
choice grade ol collee but coal almnt
l(M much. All grocers "dl it. Uc
lieo. W.Lane, l'cwauto, Mich., wrilft.
'Your Kodul Dyspepsia Cure I tho bet
n'uimy lor "wigesiiuii ami eioaiai litrnu-
bi that I ever used. For Vfin I .(ill'.r.i
Irom dyspepsia, at times compelling in.,
to stay in tied and rauiing me untold
agony. 1 am completely cured by Koilo!
Dyspepsia Cure. In recommending- it In
I Irtendt who miter from indigestion I al
wayt offer to pay for it il it fails. Thus
I (url have never paid." Dr. Krtmer.
MslarU Makii Impur Blood.
Urovt't Taateleti Chill Tonic tuns
; Hilar la 6 V.
I? I.anl.diWeM X-
I j Sr.S2 aUREKA
r.:: Oil. It re-- M
l! do not trek. . y V
L No roulitfjf-
fi iict to thsft
rj nitut. 'I hi
3 barney not
OGlv kcrti, x j
IK W, Lilt
a lont'bv lb
tit- of Knfrka
CRIMES AND ACCIDENTS.
A cry of fire nt tho Temple theater
Lonisville, created a ptmic, aud in the
rush to escape mnuy were knocked
down, and about score were badly
hurt, two or three so seriously that it
i feared they will n .t survive their In
juries. A little flush of Hum) from
polyscope caused tho panic.
Uulf a million dollars' worth of build
ings and slaughtered cuttle were de
stroyed by lire which broke out in the
plant of the O. II. Hummoud Packing
company ut Hammond, Ind. More than
2,000 ix-rxona wero employed In the de-
partmoiita destroyed. Tho plant will
be rebuilt nt once.
Twenty-one persons wore killed and
in my injured in a firo that started in
tho eight-story . building occupied by
Hunt, Wilkinson & Co., upholsterers
and furniture dealers, Market street,
l'hiladelphia. More than half of tho
firm's employees were on the upper live
floors, and it was among tlieso that the
(.Tea test number wero killed mid in
jun.il. The property loss is estimated
at about ?.)00,000.
An (row isruulson, a boinestnador uour
Beech wood, a hinu'.l nctllemcut( eight
miles went of Iron rivur, Midi., became
insulin, nnd seizing his gun, wilt a bul
let through hi wife's head, killing her
instantly. Tho wifo's father was shot
tlironub tliu body nnd is believed to be
fatally wounded. The mania.) next
allot his sistcr-iii-liiw through tho heart,
then Bet lire to tliu lieu', ill which,
lying in bed, wan thu nged mother of
bis wifo, who, however, win rescued
from thu fl. lines by soma passers-by.
Israelson then put tliu gun to his head
mid blow out his bruins.
Kugeno Wull was shot to death by
unknown perH.ms seven miles from Huu
Angustiuu, Tex. Wall is the sixth man
to dio in tho WalM'.roolia feud, and bis
fuotlou him contributed live victims, two
of them sheriirx of the county. Hungers
have boon ordered to s op any furtbor
trouble. Null wits shot from ambush,
und full within a few yards of where
his brother wu usHansiiiuted recently.
CZOLG0S2 DIES AT AUBURN,
AhmiimhIii of. I're.litent McKinley f;,rn to
l:le'trle t'lntlr t'lireienliint.
At lii iis (N. Y.), Oct. ail. U'on C.ol
gosz, tho nkHUHiu of 1'roMdont McKin
Icy, was put to death in thu ulectric
chair nt 7:13 o'clock this morning. The
primmer was given three shocks beforu
ho was pronounced dead. lie mitilu a
brief speech in I ha clmir, nnd said he
was not sorry for what he bud done.
IIu expressed regret thnt ho bud not
seen Ins father.
Cxolgosz rested exceedingly woll dur
ing thu uii:ht und woku trp nt 4:45
o'clock. A few minutes ufter ho hud
finished dressing il substantial break
fast was sent into his coll. Ho wore no
under garments and no shoes. Tliu left
leg of tho trousers was slit nt tho bot
tom to permit tile free adjustment of
thu electrode, ami the shirt was open ut
tho neck, so that the doctors could take
tlio heart act ion.
(.'.ol'o . held his last two interviews
hiHluigiit, tile til -I Willi Superintendent
C .Huts and the second with his brother
nnd 1 rolle r in-law. When religion was
:in lit i. on il t'.o'g.e. awnliii Imiii bis
seeming liihaiwy und violeully do
lle line. (I the church and the clergy, und
Iliad., bis n l it. v.s pn.nrse that there
should Ik) no seiv io t'o linn, living or
Warden Meade ( l lained u in iiupiisli-
incut oi t)n family ciami to the mur
derer's remains, and Ihoy wero buried
in thu cemetery attached to tho prison.
A keepir of a museum in a huge east
ern t ttv tch graphed tin otter ol f-.,UOO
spot ca.li tor either Hi body or the gar
ments ol t'zolgo nnd lite owner of n
ktiieio-cope w tied A'ai-.icti Me. .do that
he would pay if'.'.tHitl for permission to
lake a moving picture of t'zolgosz en
tering tin. death chamber.
Villi' IIiiIiiii. I'l'l'-I.lelit ItiHKtcVclt.
During the celehr.it ion ut I ho biueu-
tcnuiai of Vale uutversity the degreu
of 1.1, 1). was conloiTod upon President
Hoosevelt. in the presence of many
ilistiugutsli. il p.ople w ho bad coinu to
New Haven to alli n l the cel. bunion,
Tic nidciit ll.idley, tiddresMng President
K.iosovclt, spoke us lollows:
Theodore Koosev. It, while yon were
yet a private citizen, wu ollered yon
most worthily the degree of I.I,. ).
Since in Ins providence it has pleased
ti.nl to give Theodore Koo.M.velt another
litle, we give linn on that uccotint a
double portion of welcome. Ho is a
Harvard man by nurture, but we are
proud lo think that u Ins democratic
spirit, ins broad national sympathies,
und above all Ills clearness and purity
and truth, b. will bo glad to Ih ail
adopted sou of V.lle. "
President li..o-evell, ill reply, said:
President ll.idley; 1 hive never vet
wotked nt a task worth doing that I did
Il .t tlild lnvsoll working shoulder lo
hliou'iler w it h some s .11 ot Vaie. I have
never yet been in a struggl.i lor
righteousness and decency that thero
were not me:; of V lie lo aid mo
und give me strength and courage. As
we wnlked Iniher lilts morning we
His-ed by u gateway w lueli was raised
lo liie memory ..f a youn, Y.ile lad w ho
Was hint todeatu Is slde ni ', as he and
great many oilers like us marched
Ugalllst III. I.U1II le of tile heights. Olid
with those memories nui. k in my mind
I thank you troui lev lean lor the
honor you hao done me, and 1 thank
you doubly, f you planned lo do mo
that honor while I was vet a private
At a reception afterward, nt winch
President K .osevelt was pies nl, it was
noticeable thai there w is ti.i li.iudsliak
li'K A plot was discovered to release ,VJ
Chinese Imprison,.. I m th,i M.,H d,K.i
Corral al Sun l'laueiseo. As it was, live
of I bo ''luncsu got away by escaping
through u hole m the loot into the street,
wheio backs were in walling lo convey
them lo I'hinur.wii.
Norrl Si'ier. North S' rsilord, N U.I
"I pniel.s.e.l a betile of One Minn
t'oiu ti 'ur. ben sellerini with a rough
.1...: l.. , me ' it curable. One Ikc
i I n I ee.l me I he n cond ami third al-
t no.-. I lo-.isv I am a woll man."
I'r. W K. Kreinir.
(i-;;vs of the world.
iAPPENI'J3S OF Tl-ii PAST FEW
PAYS ?r,OM ALL Q'JARTE?.3.
't,.f.tnn) Yriic rnllm Hrsiooner- Mr
1h)1'T - Ovitr N Hi;:ira VmM In
l'iir. I-- Imp rt.mt ! cUhiu by lllJnuJi
lir.iisli admiralty li.u o.-lerol
tile c ei -ti uctio'i of a battleship larger
than any iiii;r cxts'in:;. II r distilucu
t wili liu 14, .VM t i.i i uii l her length
I'J j . et. Site will lo Hie first ViS-ul ol
the King lj 'war.l class.
'1 D e ll' s "f Manchcstor (who war
U s- llel -.i ', iti'in niiau of Cincinnati)
v.is 1 ccou lied of a duughtir. llolb
!) mother nnd child tiro doing w II
I'h'i infant will receive tho names Mur)
A v i Moiitagn
Ks-m c rotary of Etnte Caleb Power,
was again convicted ut (je.'lj. tow I
Ky., as ncici-aorv betoro thu fuel ti th-
itiui. liroi Governor Williatn . tjoelrf
in J.n t:..i v. l'J U, and tl.u sccon I in.
sentenced to luipriMjiiuif lit for iifi
Tile Miprcnie Conrt at Linsi- , M.ch.
handed doivti a decision alilr.niti.'
ju Iguieiit for t'100 secured bv Ann
!.-e, n bceii-etl bicycle rider, against In
city c f Port Union, for Injuries in a fal
causi.l by the detective uoudi ton of lb
walks. 'J ho court was of op.niou thu
"to r.de u b cycle up ui th si iew.il.
may not be a nuisance, wh. ro to drive ;
horse an. I weg .n npoti it would," mi
held that thu municipality must keej
lie sidewalks in reasouubiu repair foi
ull ordinary us i.
According to the Iudou correspond
ent of the New York Tribune, the Suutl
African Cold Storage company bus beeu
making immense profits oat of the sup
plying of meat to tho British soldiers.
The amount now available for distribu
tion, as tho result of a year' trailing, it
about $o,o00,000. The preponderating
interest iu the company is, curiously
enough, Dutch and Boer.
Mrs. Anna Edsou Taylor, to celebrate
her 43d birthday, navigated, in a barrel,
tho Cuuadlau rupids at Niagara aud
plunged over tho Horseshoe falls, a drop
of 105 foot. The barrel, which was
padded with cushions and equipped
with a harness of straps, wut started
over the falls at 4 o clock, and 40 mill
ntcs later was takcu from the water half
a mile below. It wa necessary to saw
a portion of tho barrel away to get Mrs.
Taylor oat. She has a eut throe luchoi
long behind the right ear, and she suf
fered severely from tho shook, bat the
doctors suy,she will recover. Mr. Tay-
Taylor cuine to Niagara Fall from Buy
Ciiy, wburo she hud beou engaged In
The Loudon Daily News publishes an
interview with Charles Blottermua El
liott, general manager of the Cape gov
ernment railways, on the resnlt of hit
recent visit to the United States. Mr.
K holt says: "American industrial com.
petition is serious, as it has only just
begun. Splendid now niachinory aud
new methods nru everywhere iu prepar
ation, and work will be nndurtukeu on
such u scale as to make Hucocssfal com
letitton dillleult. My strong advios to
the heeds of lirilish firms is to visit th
United States and sou for themselves.
What greatly surprised me was the ex
tent of tho use of automatic uiachiuery.
lotliing liku winch is to bo seen iu
Advices from the Orient state that
three more schooners, Japanese sealers,
have huuu ruizod by tliu Hussiuii cruiser
Yakut for sealing within the limit
ir. .nnd I ho Copiiur and other Russian
seal islands. This luukos six schooners
ami a Is. .it's crew, or about 71 men,
most of them Jajiuneso, but some ol
ih. in Americans and Canadians. The
chooiiers w ero taken to Potropaulbvski,
win re they wciu condemned, and the
men to Vladivostok, where some were
sentenced to a year iu juil aud others
w ru waiting trial.
Tho Illinois supreme court awarded a
writ ot mandamus, against tha state
Ui-ird of to mil izui ion to compol it to
iisscss the capital stock, including fran-
liises, of '.'II Chicago corporation, tha
fair c isli valuo of whoso capital stock.
including franchises, over aud above
their tangible property, is alleged to be
Him.ishi.iskj, nil of winch hud csenpod
i i iti..ii previously, and waa likely to
be omitted again by the state board,
which adjourned lust December with
out assessing this vast amount of prop
erty. Dr. Scliult, health commissioner of
Milwaukee, bus recommended that con
sumptives, or I ho ho suspected of having
thai disease, do not indulgo iu kissiug,
for the reason that genus uro likely to
gather mound Ihe mouth and thus aid
ii tho spread of consumption. The
loclor also advises coiisumptivos to ex
;eetor.ito only on piecos of ptipur or
nli of cloth carried for thut purpose
(which must be burned inimudiutely),
r iu u pasteboard box, tho bottom ot
which is lo bo covered with c.irboho acid.
A Chicago jury rendered a verdict of
fll i,lkKj damages for Albert C. Whitney,
I bookkeeiH'r employed by the Anion
ran Steel and Wiro company, from Sig-
iiiiind A. Sebnii.lt, a wholosiilo dry
gisxls dealer of New York, Whitney
alleged alieiiutlou of' his wife's uffoo-
.lis by Schmidt. Tho latter made no
Admiral (ioorgn Dewnv resigned th
presidency of tile Metropolitan olub, one
of tho most exclusive organizations ot
tho city of Washington, because of th
suv.igo criticism mado by members of
the club of tho rulings of tho court of
iuiiuiry in the Schley cuso. Tho critt-
ism was not leveled nt Admiral Dewey
alone, but at K. ar Admirals llenhaiu
ami Hams.iy as well, some of the mom.
bers charging that I ho rulings of th
conn were ton favorable to Schley.
Wh.leujslll Dewey, fueling that he
:.oiill act not otiiy on his uwu bubulf,
bin also on behalf of his distinguished
..1. agues. II -till mi and Rani-ay, ru
Another ridicnlous (out lad hat been
bran.hd by (he most competent tuthori
ties They have di-is-lled the tiliy
no ion that one kind ol loud is needed
(or l-rii'ii. another lor muscles, and still
another lor bones. A correct diet will
not un'y nourish a particular part of the
bodi, hul it Mill sustain every other
part. Yel, however guial jour food may
be, its miliiiiieut is desiroysd by indi
uestio.i or dysix-psm. You must pre
pare (or their appearance or prevent
ibeir is.iiiiiik bv taking regular dose ol
(Iiocii'h August r'oer, the favoril
mod cue 1 1 the healthy mil lions. A
lew doses aids digest ion, sliniulste the
liver to healthy action, purines the
bloo I. and makes oii feel htloi till and
viit.ooos You can net Dr. U ti lireen's
relish1!- remedies at l-i. Krrmer'a.
tie! tireon's Special Aluiaiuc.
ti uists. ntst iui l.il tins. ti
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HOBSO.N IS OUTDONE.
Schwab, the Stwl Mataate, Make
Iv Racord for Kissing.
Prttr Wsvaaesi ( BraalslMk, rsv.
OesMsielrse Tmelv Arltai
f Bt Sift ( BeaseT. thai
Da-M 4 m Ckarask.
Charle M. Schwab, president el
the United State Steel corporation,
entered the Lieut. Ilobson elaa the
other night at Iiraddock, fa., and
kissed 200 women in V minutes. Both
he and Mrs. Schwab, who stood by,
seemed to like it.
Mr. Schwab came to Braddock to
attend th dedication of the Episco
pal church, which be built aa
memorial to bi mother-in-law, who
is still living. Tha member of th
Firat Presbyterian church thought
this wa a good occasion to thank
Mr. Schwab for the S13,00 which he
had given to lift th debt bf the
church. A reception wa given Mr.
and Mrs. Schwab in th parlor ol
the Presbyterian church at ' night
The majority of th congregation
consist of steel worker employed la
the works of Mr. Schwab' company
and their wires and daughter.
One of the women with a baby In
her arm stepped up to the couple
and shook hand with Mr. Schwab.
Then she turned to Mr. Schwab. Mr.
Schwab murmured: "What a pretty
baby," and stooping down kiased th
child. Then b took th mother's
face in hi hand and kied har.
There was great applause and
cheers and when the next woman
came up the also got a klsa from
the steel magnate. The woman filed
by and Mr. Schwab kiased too of
them. After he had kiased aH the
women, not disappointing one, he
turned and kissed Mrs. Schwab, who
waa standing by, laughing heartily.
After th kissiug be Mr. Schwab
announced that hs Intended to do
something for Braddock that Brad
dock would like. He would not say
what it would be, but the people here
believe he Intend to give them a
$500,000 Industrial school.
till a Mattes at Dawks aa Wkers
It Will B leat4 Pev
Kobody yet know where th futnrt
capital of federated Austrtlia la tc
be located. It is agreed that Mel
bourne must be the temporary me
tropolis for five year at the very
least. Everything possible 1 being
done by th Melbourne local authori
ties to make the commonwealth gov
ernment and parliament comfortable'
in their city and reluctant to depart
say tne London Chronicle. The it
presence not only confers prestige
but circulate a considerable quanti
ty of cash. It is Sir William Lyne
who, as home secretary, has control
of all th preliminaries incidental tc
the selection of the site of th Otta
wa of the antipodes. Some predict
a prolonged controversy over this
matter, aa Sydney is atill swayed to
a large extent by local consideration,
one of which i that the new federal
capital must on no account be lo
cated where it might interfere with
Sydney' commercial supremacy oi
paramount importance a the parent
British settlement in the southern
seas. Sir William Lyne kt himself
strong 8ydneyite in' this sens.
HYPNOTIC TEST A FAILURE.
Blaekamahe Barl4 wltk a Maa at
'Wkeellaa, W. Vs. ta
A hypnotist and hi subject, Jame
"Cannonball" Morris, who have for
several year given exhibition al
Wheeling, W. Va., have made one
failure. The hypnotist used to hypno
tize Morn and bury him under
ground in the local park and resur
rect him the next day for the edi
fication of public picnic, but theae
became commonplace. So the othei
night Morrla was hypnotised, with
five-foot hlacksnake, and buried with
it, to be dug up the next day at th
butchers' picnic. About daylight the
guard was roused by muffled crlet
for help coming up from the earth
and, through the air pipe Morris told
him the anak had oome from undei
control and wa getting entirely toe
friendly. Morn was released In
few minute. He waa black In th
face. The friendly aerpent was thrice
wrapped about hi neck.
One of the most remarkable case
of fasting that have come under the
observation of the Mercer county
physicians is that of Ollie Relmer, an
inmate at the Mereer almshouse at
Sharon, Pa. Tor tighten months
she has refused to eat. In order tc
save her lit a rubber hose is in
serted through her mouth into her
stomach daily, and she is fed on milk.
Her mania "la to starve htrsslf. Her
mother starved herself to death in
the Warren hospital a short tlmt ago.
Breaks ateeara fas Devatlaa.
Georg Van Horn, of Seneca Fall,
N. Y., break the record for lover'
devotion. He sleep under th back
it-oop of hi (weetheart'a house al
night in order to be near her. Van
Horn ia IS and she, Jennie Hibbard,
ia 15. Mrs. Hibbard object to Van
Horn' taking up lodging under hr
toop, and ha complained to th po
Waaaea Cssisl Praetle Law.
The state aupreme court of Tennes
see, sitting at Jackson, has decided
that a woman cannot practice law in
Spread Lik Wlldflr.
Wnen things sre "tha beet" they be-
onie "the best telling. "Abrthtm Hare,
leading drutg.tt, nl lieileville, II ,
writet a"Electiic Uillert are the beat tell-
ini bittirs 1 have handled in 20 yetrt "
to.1 ki ow why ? Most diseases begin ii.
disorders of tlomacb, liver, kidneis
bowels, bl kxI and neives. Khc rc Hit-
tars touet up the stoiuscli, r-gilatt-t
liver, kidneit and bioel., eir ilih.-
blood, ItrenKtheut the uervrt, henc.
cures mil It i u.1. of mils. lies. It builds
up the entire sistriu l int new lilt
tod vigor in'o anv cik. sn kl rim
do n nun or woman. I'liev 50 cent.
Sold bv Dr. kr. met, ilrugsitt.
Tha Latest Yarn.
A I'itlsb irg d u n.iiir 11 is this varn
I always carry a Isgtle ol Kriui.'.
Balsam in my grip. 1 take cold ,asil
and a lea doer ol the Balsam !
make me a well man. Everywhere I
go I speak a good word lor Krnia I
take bold of my customers I lakeol.
men and young men, and le-l thru
conudrniiaUy ahat I do ahru t Uke
eolil. At druggist, ittc aud Wc.
! OPPOSES EARLY MARRIAGES.
nua Jmimm hn That Tker Art) ta
. Caasw s st Majority at
t The number of divorce eaaea com-
Ins- before thi court la appalling,'
tald Judge Frank E-Dellenbaugh In th
divorce division of the common pleat
I Mtirt at Cleveland, 0-. the other even
ing a h granted the seventh divorct
of the day. Be continued:
"Two-third of th divorce easel
that com before me ar due to early
marriagee. I believ that th aame
would hold true la all divorce courts.
Toung people marry before they are
old enough to form sensible views oi
matrimony or on the character t
those thy marry. There have bee-
young wivac here weeping for divorce
who must have been ao young at the
time they were married that spanking
would hav been mora appropriate
Toung men ar as great fools a young
, Ther It another olast of foolish
marriages in which matrimony is con
tracted before the parties have been
acquainted long enough to know each
other thoroughly. These hasty and un
fortunate marriage are usually con
tracted by very young persons, so that
it come back to th same proposition
of too early marriage. When tha in-
Judicious marriage ha been made
there i nothing left but a life of mis
ery for each of th parties to it ot
th divorce court, and to the divorce
record keep growing. It is thamt
tul, and th lessons of th divoree
court ought to teach young people who
ar la a hurry to get married to go
In the Circuit Couit of the State
Oregon, for th County ol Josephine.
Charle l, Tutt, riaintiir,
Jane A. Chtdwick,
F. U. Downing,
Jane Matilda Knapp
Matilda H. Baxter,
John Biandt Rapt tt min
lo Jane Matilda Kntpp Florence Lan
drine and Matilda II. Baxter, defend1
In the name ol Hie State of Oregon:
You and each ol you are hereby required
to appear and answer the complaint
Hied against you in Ihe above entitled
suit on or before the 5th day ol Decern.
ber, 1U01. that being the last day ol
lima prescribed in tha order lor pub'
lictlion of thit summons, made by the
Honorable Abe Axtell. Judge of the
County Court, ol the State ol Oregon, (or
Josephine County, on the 22d day ol
October, 1901, and Bled in the above
entitled Court and cause: and if you fail
so to answer for want thereof, the plain
tiff will apply to the Court for the reliel
prayed lor in hit complaint on file id
said cause, to-wit: That a partition ol
the Northwest yuarter ol section Thirty.
tix in Township Forty, South, Range
bight West ol the Willamette Meridian
in Josephine County, State of Oregon,
be made according to the right ol the
respective parties, or if a partition can
not be bad without material injury to
those rights, then that laid premises be
told by and under tha direction ol the
Court and the proceeds applied, first,
to tha payment of the general cotti and
disbursement! of the suit; second, to th
cotti of reference and ol tale, and third,
the residue be paid to the several ownert
in proportion to their respective in
tercut, and for aucb further and dif
ferent order and relief in the premises
as to the Court may teem equitable.
The first publication of thit tummont
ii made on Thursday the 24th day ol
Uctooer, 1U01, and the last on Thurs
day, the 5lb day of December, 1001.
A. C. tlouou.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WITH
DRAW INSURANCE DEPOSIT.
In accordance with the requirement!
ol th lawt of the State of Oregon, re la
live to iniurance companies, notice it
hereby given that
The Lancashire Insurance Compan)
of Manchestec, England, desiring tc
cease doini business within the StaU
of Oregon, intendi to withdraw its de
posit with th Treasurer of atid State and
will, if no claim ihall be filed witb the
Iniurance Commiiidoner within sis
month from the 22nd day of July. 1901
withdraw ill deposit irom Ih State
Tut Lamcaiuiui Inbueinc Comfamt.
By Mann A Wilion
Mtntgert for tha Pacific Cotit.
Dated at Han Francisco, this 16th. day ol
NOTICE TO CONTRIBUTE.
To Arche L. Lee Lewii:
Notice ii hereby given by the under
signed, your co-owners in th placer
mining claim situated on Roirua river.
in Josephine County aud known at th
Horseshoe" mining claim, located by
Cbtrlet II. Ewing, Mty 21, 1896, the
notice ol which it recorded at ptgt 4.10,
Vol. 9, of the Miscellaneous Mining
Records of Josephine County, Oregon ;
that unless you contribute end pay to
aid undersigned ro-ownen within
ninety dayt Irom the date ol the Ural
publication ol thit notice, th turn of
Seventy live Dollars, (75 00) lb lams
being your pinporlioo of the cost of
tnnutl labor done on laid claim it order
to protect the title thereto during the
I ears 1898. 1899, 1900, your one-fourth
interest therein will be lorfeiled to your
W. E. Bxcxmii,
E. U. FkANCll.
Sept. 2fl, 101.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The underlined having been ammini.
ed eitculor of the estate of Joseph Keat
ler, decesned, by the County Court ol
Joephine Counlv. til bertons havina
claims against laid etttte are hereby no
tified to present Ihe tame to meal (iranb
fate, Josephine loiinty, Oregon, wit!
the uroper prool and vouchers, wilhit
six montbi Irom the date ol this nolice
Dated tint 24th day ol lulv, 1901.
II. T. KassLx.
Executor ol the estate of Joseph Kestler,
drct as i rl
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