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THB SCHANTON TH1BUNB-MONDA V, .1ANIIA1IV 28, lOOf.
Fl.i.al la tic Srititon rtibmic.
TowiiikIii, Jan. 27. Sixty of tlio cv-onty-slx
iippllcnllons for liquor licenses
urn Knintcil liv ilio comt.
A dividend of It jiur rout. Inn In-i-u
dcelarc-d by tli llia llutii'f it ml
The Kplxpripallfitis or WjaUiKltiy an
lnoparliiK i i-n'd n eliun'li at that
Tho JlldiK-mtntrt holul, ut VyiiluliiK,
ihh been put chased by J. I.. 1'lliwortli.
AinonR tlia runes lit-utd befori JuiIk'
Dunham In nrcumrnt cotut last mul-U
uumhat of tho I.i'lilith Valley Ilulli-mul
company sprux Snvic botouKli and
Independent school district of said boi
ough. The ptalnllffx obtained a pic
llinlmiry Injunetloti restialnlnif the col
lection of iiijcoh on (hi tain iitllronil
property In tliat borough, on the
ground that the accessed propcity, In-i-ltidlntr
building.1) and real oxtntt. wan
pild for by the plaintiffs from the Bale
of bonds nnd other means, and that
th" company p.iyo annually to the Ht.ite
all the tuxes by law uimwspil It and Its
bonds and capital stock. It was al
leged that th teal f state was a portion
hi pait nf1lie public woiks ol tile cor
poration. Thi' amount of the tns as
't'MMd against the locomotive shops of
the company at K.tyre for lS'J'J was $1,
U71.M. Tho amount will appear In tha
i onuiatlons In the county statement.
The opinion by Judge Dunham is
Mr. and Mrs. S. Kendall have gono
io .Missouri and will also visit Call
loinln. Mtchlbld fanner has discovered
nil animal of inro curiosity, which was
found in a wood lot and was stunned
by hitting It with a. mono for only a
Dine. lu calls It a guncola. As Its mi-tin-
homo Is lioittro. It is guessing as
to how It was roaming annual unless
It hnd escaped from a clutis. It re
sembles a monkey, and it is claimed
tin animal lives mostly on biuls and
in tice.3. It lias a snake-like tall about
eight feet long and is carried In a coll,
and when It climbs a tree It shoot'i
out the coll lariat fashion, catches a
limb and shins up Its own tall with
nipldlty and makes Its motions vi-iy
iiuletly. J f it is not claimed tlu Under
xpects to piescnt It to the Smithson
ian Institute at Washington.
Charles Hubbs, a Lehigh Valley ll.ig-
Sadt a Noise I
The mother ?ays to herself sometime.
" I can hardly endure it " Then a chill
creep-, over her ns she thinks of the aw
ful silence which falls upon the home
when children are taken away, and she
is clad her children are hardy of body
and lusty of lunss.
When n child does not enjoy noisy
sports and garnet. ther,e is something
wroiip, n..d t.int somethinp will often be
found to be a lack of nutrition Adequate
.o the needs of youth and growth. The
stomach is "weak," digestion is imper
fect, and so the nourishment of the body
In Mich cases. Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery works wonders. It
changes puny, fretful children into
healthy, happy girls and boys. The
process by which this change is ac
complished is strictlv along the Hues
marked by Natute. " All growth and
strength come from food when it has
been digested, converted iuto nutrition
and assimilated. " Golden Medical Dis
covery" cures diseases of the stotnuch
and other organs of digestion and nutri
tion, and so enables tlie bodv to obtain
without loss or waste the benefit of the
nutrition provided in food. The "DU
coery" contains no alcohol and is en
tirely free from opium, cocaine and all
A Wonderful Thing,
"I hive been tliiukiiifr of writing to von for
some time," write Mrs W I) Benson, 6t Ma.
ton, Robckon Co N C "to let von know what
. wonderful thin? I)r rierce'v, Oolden MeUicat
I) Ucoverydid lor my little boy llewrn. taken
with indigestion when he u a. a ear and u hall
old nnd he was under the doctor'a treatment (or
nie loner years. We spent all we made lor doc
tor's bills, and it did no Rood lie eould eit onlv
a little milk and cracker, and tome times even
this would make him sick He could not nit up
all day, and I gave up nil hope of hl evoi get
ting any better Three car ao I found one of
I our books, and on looilnc; it mtt one ilu I
noticed Dr. Pierce's ('.olden Medical Discovery
recommended for indigestion. We bought tome
and Kae it to our boy He had been tre.Ued
at Hoods by a good doctor and at DennttU
illc, a, C, and at Curric and I.umberton and
Maxton, and was only relieved for a khort time
Wc gave him twdbottlesof Dr. Pierce's Oolden
Medical Dlsco ery and it cured him He is well
as can be nnd can eat an) thine that he wants
and it does not hurt him He has not been nick
a day since and it has been thiee years since he
took your medicine "
A Thankful Mother.
" l have felt it my duty for a Iour time,'' writes
Mrs. Mollle Jones, of Cap, Comanche Co , Tenas,
"to tell you of the wonderful cure effected by
your 'Golden Medical Discovery' and Tleassnt
relicts in the case of our little boy, now nearly
seven years old hen he vas two mouths old
he was taken with La Grippe, and it settled on
his lungs and in his throat. His tonsils en
larged, aud when he was two jear old we had
the doctor operate on them. Thin we l.ad the
doctor take his tonsils out and he made bad
work of it. If he went iu the wind he would
be sick, and we tried even thing we could hear
of aud consulted every physician we taw, but
they did not know what Io do. When he was
nearly six years old (hi October, 1(1)81 he was
worse thau ever, and I could not rest for belnjr
J uneasy about him He was nur fourth boy
(the other three were dead), and it seemed to
me that If he died I Inst could not bear it. I
would ko to sleep crying and begging Cod to
spare him. Well. I could i.ee he was getting so
much worse; he was just as poor as he could be,
ml his kidneys had been troublesome all hU
life. I had read a book abojt Di riant a medi
cine. It teemed to me that this was the very
medicine we wanted, and I told rav husband
that if he would buy tome of Dr. I three's med
icine I felt almost sure it would hilp our boy.
He tent and got r.orue and e commenced with
the 'Golden Medical Discovery' en hriday
night, aud with the ' Ftllets' the nest morning,
we gave him your medicine three timet a day
and by Sunday he was able to play, and In one
month from the time he commenced lakiug it
he had gained six pounds and bit cough was all
5 one. He has uot coughed any tlnce, and he
on't take cold any more than the test of us.
Me goes about like the rest of tin children tnd
pla) s In the cold and hot weather "
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser in paper covers is smiret on
receipt of 21 one-cent atampr to pay '
exprme of mailing only. Address Dr.
Jt. V, Pierce, Huffulo, N. Y
i ill rail
tJJss. R 4)
IYTTo fcit ' 3v' if
BT i i
inau, died fioin the effects of limine
both legs nit off by the cars njnr
The state board of charities lias lee
ommended an npptnpiiittton of 520,000
for the Snyie hospital.
A llnee days' walking contest lia
been going on at Athens bstween Law
Ileckwlth, of Wllllnmsport, and Calvin
and 121mcr Cole, of tinyrc
At n meeting of the XortliPHstsin
Pennsylvania J'tuss association the
following oIllceiR weis choson: Presl
dint, i:. A. I'ar&ous, of Towanda; vice
picsldeuts, U. Stieeby, of Dushore, G.
H. it. Ward, ofI.nceyvllle; secretary
and treasuier, K. U, McKce, of Tow
anda, executive committee, Alvin Day,
of Tunkhnnnock, C. I Heverly, of
Towunda, Kreil Newell, of Dushore.
The next meeting will be held at Tunk
hnnnock, .Silas Mills died at his home In Xoitli
Towanda, aged $1 years. A son and
tinea duuehtets survive hint.
Michael Cangley died very suddenly
of pneumonia on Wednesday, aged 134
years. He had bieii a typo during his
last "sit" for about nine yenrs on tho
Dally Review and won the esteem of
many fi lends, He began the printing
business In IMS and followed the trade
ever since. Two daughtel-s survive
Attorneys J. C. Ingham and 1. .Me
Pherson had legal business for the
Supetior court at Scrim ton.
Oeoige MncKarlane has nccouled a
position with the Jlaltlmore and Ohio
railroad a! Cumberland, Md.
intiat to the scranton Trlbum
Km est City. Jan. 27. The following
candidates won placed in nomination
Frldav night by the Doinociatlc cau
cus foi the spring election: Auditors,
three yeats, Frank Doud: one year
C. .1. .lay. Overseers of the poor, tw.
joam, L. A. Kelts, one ear, John I!.
Hell. School directois, fiisl ward,
Ileimud Fallon: Second waid. three
years, Levi Decker; one year, Patrick
Cli-aiy. Council, First ward, J, P.
Itaggpilj,; Second ward. M. J. Kane,
John J. Dearie, assessor, First ward,
F. P. fland: Second waul, John R.
Hell Judge of election, First ward,
William Yonehltls: Second ward,
George McKernon. Inspector, First
ward, Joel Harris; Second ward, Wil
Frank Muiray is lecovorintr fioni ty
fieotgc Rrmay has put chased the
Westgite property, on Stisriuehaunn
Mrs. M II. llcndlci lias letuined
fiom an extended visit In New Yoil:
Rl. Rev. Kthelbert Talbot, bishop of.
Cential Psnnsylvnnla, will be In For
est City Feb. 18, to udmlnister the lite
of confirmation to a elites in Chi 1st
The Houcsdnlt distiict Kpwoith
League convention will be held in the
Forest City Methodist chutc.li Mon
day evening and Tuesday, Feb. 4 and
N. S. Caryl has been In Sciamon
the past week, under the treatment
of Dr. Ruins.
f!. A. Shepherd and wife are both
very 111 with the gilp. It is said thero
aie over a hundred cases of tho mal
ady In town.
Tho barbers or Forest City have
lonned a union, nnd hereafter the
hhops will close at S o'clock, eveept
iig Satin day night.
Mis. J. L. Hauls Is veiy ill
A new fcoclal club bis been foimed
and will furnish rooms in th new
The f uncial of the latu .Mis. Mullndu
Hiesecker was held at the Rrlck Metho
dist Episcopal church Saturday after
noon and presided over 'by Rev. H,
Clrcen. At the conclusion of tho ser
mon the funeral procession moved to
the Marcy cemetery, whete the remains
weie Intei ted.
The funeial of the late Mis Jamei
Murphy, of the Rack road, whose death
was announced In Saturday's Tribune,
will be hold this morning ut f o'clock.
A requiem high mass will b0 celebrated
In St. Mary's chuich, and the remains
will be intened In St. Mary's cme
tory. The deceased is survived by a
husband and seven children. Some
weeks ago the deceased sustained In
juries by falling over a wire In the
gat den, placed theie by borne mis
chievous person, which led to her
On Friday ntternoon the pupils of
the High school rendeied a very pleas
ing und entcitalnlng programme In the
auditorium or the school, Tho debate
was very Interesting. The pupils of
this room have great ability for this
line of woik. as they also have for
study. The programme was as fol
lows Chorus, school; debate, "Re
solved, That woman has done more for
their country thnn man," Aifirmailw,
Miss Ruatilco Perry and Alice Foster;
negative, Mlsfes Klslc Hughes and
May Refian; Judges decided In favor of
tho negative, solo, Mary Uranson, es
say "Woman," Joseph flames, speech,
"Lite Is What We Alako It," Duano
Dills, solo, Maud Peckens: leiltatlon,
The steieoptlcon views given ut the
Lawienee Hose company' hall was a
financial success. Rut at the conclus
ion of the exeiclses Police Olllcor Addi
son, of Old Forgv, placed un attach
ment against the stereoptlcon for
wages due Mi. William Willlunu, of
this plate, lor singing for soveial
mouths. Mr, Williams took possession
of the machine till the double is ad
Justed. A companj or ouug people fiom
this place enjoyed a stiaw ride to
Wyoming on Filduy evening. Those
who paitook of the pleasmo weio
Misses Marv Kvans, Saiah Rvans,
Rdlth Rogun. Dora Coicorau, Cassln
Stull. Rdlth Rvelaud, Mary Maicy,
Carrie ivnhtile. tleitiude Penhale,
Anna Blown, and Mcssis. Fred Nay.
lor, Charles Kluck, Alex Penn, Robert
Wlckel, John Thompson, William Will
luuiri, Joseph ICIuck Rlchuid Xnyor.
Hauy Williams and Thomas Ilronn.
A pleasant hlnhdiiv patty was ten
dered Mlus Rtta Mostellet' tile other
nv eiilug. All the vailour amusements
were participated In.
A alunhle horse owned b hutltei
lund & McMillan died fiom tho effects
of iv sttoke of paialypls the other even
ing. Miibleis Chailes and William Willis
ute HI with the measles.
Tho Infant child of Mr. and Mis.
Riddle Is seriously III with measles
Misses Flroeneo Keefe and Anna
Flight havo lelurned home, after a few
dns' visit with friends In town.
Fied Dennis Is convncsclnp, nfter a
recent Illness of tho gilp.
Mrs. John Dills Is 111.
Sirs. Wultor Nnylor Is 111 with the.
Mis. Charles Rolls, of Dupont, visited
at tho home of her son, James Rolls,
of Millet 'g grove, recently.
The funi'ial of Mis. William Mor
ton was held from tho family resi
dence. In Not th Taylor, yestetdav af
ternoon and was attended by it largo
nnd forrowing concouisc ot ft lends.
The Interment vas made In the Foiest
Iloino emetery. Funeral service
weie held In the FliFt Congregational
cliutch at i'.SO o'clock. Pastor Rev.
Thomas Uutland olllcluted and preach
ed n very Imptosslvo sermon. Many
beautiful lloinl oftrlngs were stiov.'ti
on the bier of the detuuscd. The pall
bearers were: John Ft amis, sr., Wil
liam Richards, John FinncK Jr., Obf
ill.xli Day. Thomas C, Fianols and Da
Mies Jessie Nichols was tendeied a
reception nt her homo on Cnlon stieet
on aStuiday evening. The occnslon
was Miss Nichols' sixteenth blrthdar
nntilversiuy. A numltfr of her young1
ft lends assembled theie und passed a
few pleaant hours. Tho usual party
diversions were Indulged In. Dainty
refieshments were served. Thoje
present weie: Misses Letltla Cool
bntigh, Rlislo Richards, Nellie Card
well, Guslc Holntvtrdt, Jessie Nich
olas, Mao Williams. Rdlth Coombs,
Jessie Harlos. nndCharles W. Powell,
Chester A. Reese, I'.ziu R. Powell.
William Morgans, Lloyd Frtilchey and
The funeral sei vices of the late
Mrs. Mellndu Hiesecker weie held
Saturday afternoon fiom her late
residence, on South Main stieet, nnd
weie qttltu laigely uttended, many of
those who knew her thiottghout her
whole life being piesenl. The lunenil
set vices wen held In the Rrlck
chuich Many lloial offeilngs were
contilbutcd by Irlonds and telatlves of
tho deceased. Interment was made In
the Matey cemeteiy
Tho socials held on Sutuidnj even
ing by the members of the Calvary
Raptlsl and 'Welsh Congregational
i lunches wetc well patumized.
Tonight at Weber's link, the Tay
lor Stnrs will have as their opponents
In a basket ball contest the Cinel:"r
jacks, of Not th Scranton.
lsaa" Daniels, 0 Scranton, has ben
appointed u ynid mastei ut the Tav
lor yards to fill the uicnney made
by Robert Flynn.
The Junior Lengue of the Archbald
Primitive Methodist chuich will con
duct a grand entertainment hi the
chuich audltoiium on Tuesday even
ing, Jan. I'll. An elaborate piogrnmme
of brilliant talent will participate.
The citizens of tho Fourth ward will
hold their caucus this afternoon rrom
I to 7 (i. m.
Tho employes of the
Holden und Archbald
ceived the fit si of their
earnings on Saturday.
Mrs. Ruiiand and daughter, Rellu. of
Nantlcoko, are the guests of Mr. an 1
Mis. John A. Jones, of Main street.
Rmblem division, No. i"7, Sons of
Temperance, will meet in tegular ses
sion this evening.
Mr. and Mis. W. R. Jones, of Car
bondalo, spent Sabbath with the lat
ter's mother, Mrs. R. W. Heese, of
Mrs. Rdward U. DaK. of West
Scranton, visited lelatlves in town the
latter part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Drowning, of
Hellevue. visited lelatlves of the lat
ter In this town yesterday.
Miss Rertha Jones, of Stows street,
was the guest of Mr. and Mis. .1. A.
Jones in Hvdo Park yestenlay.
Miss Mue Rvans. of Rloomsburg,
who is visiting fi lends In this town,
spent yesteidav visiting In North
Miss Kate Rurkc. of West Scranton,
was tho guest of friends in town yes
terday. CHINESE LAND LAWS.
How the Landlords Are Boycotted
and Robbed by Their Tenants.
Tho leasing of ceitulti tonitoiy fiom
the Chinese Emperor as an extension
of the Rrltlsh colony of Hong Kon
has brought tho queen's local repre
sentative in contnet with tho unwi It
ten land laws of tho Chinese Inhabi
tants, saytJ a Peking correspondent in
a London newspaper.
Deeds of absolute sale of land dated
between 1519 and 1620 luue beeeu
brought In for icgistratlou and,
strange io say, the pit-bent owners of
such gi iints are all the existing male
descendants ot tho oilglnal owner, and
thus, In one case, the proprietor iium
bi'i owi 7ih. Females cannot Inherit
Should .in nwii'i wish to sili his
land, he has to olfer to his neatest
relatives, and only aftei their lefusal
to buy it may ho sell to anyone out
side his dan. Ciafty tenants Inflict
the bovcott on an unyielding landlord
by threatening to glvo up theli ten
ure ot Innd unions tha tent bo re
duced Should ho refuse, the tennnts
lot m a "ling" aud allow no one el.s.j
to take up the tenantry. It Is also not
an unusual proceeding for ome ten
ant", taking advantage or their land
Imd's Ignorance, to make an 'ibsoluf
sale of a'patt of the land, Just letaln
lng suiflclPiil to pay the rent.
The fiist official icpoit on tho llomr
Kong extension gives un Instance of
the conuptness of Chinese olllcbils
About ten ucis (English) hud In
course of tlmo been adedd to tho farm
by the silting process of the sea and
the detiltus la ought down by the Can
ton liver. This natural acciotlon was
claimed by the owners ot tho faun,
but was sold by the Saii-ou muglstiale
as waste land belonging to the govern
ment for CU0 tiii'ls. ($$31) to a ft lend,
who. It U alleged, foimed u swullcuto
consisting of himself tho magistrate,
the major geiioial, and, under cover
ot the sale and by means of the sol
diers at their command, took foiclhle
possession of the while faun which
wbs wot tit 5ij0,(ioi).
Japs Do Not Originate ; Thby Copy.
'the ,ljjieo JH' liul oilKltMliiir, Inn jiuii.i
ten. Urn ('him? ran orhiUmtr, Imi i.uinut
brinv Iu jny dvune ol ncrfu lion; liiu Jjuik'w
unnnt uiit'liiiU', but Jie ilewr at odiptlni; nnd
in irntiu. Thdr ilustlcal booU an if ( tiliie
I'llvin. u is ulv thi-ir ri'lljiUm Iheir iny i
IIiftlr.li, their aimy l.'iiinaii, tl.cr l.uul evJo
I rrncli, tlioir tdiKdtloiMl v.Ii-iii Amcriciu und
thull larlMUi ludustrlC4 Jiu lal.cn from all over
the woihl. 'llicy jit not slmplt copieil. .o-t-ri
the borrcivcd ideas i.ru eatiu jinl ill
Kf-lii), us it yrrc, and u ststnHi nh ilic (in.
pilnt ft the art aid life of the Japanixi at io
become I lull' uun, liul tlw iirndiKla nf Janni
lack the .trrnstli and ilm.tblllty of thow (rom
tha ounlrles from wlildi thi.t luu been Imi
tated, hruie me not llkd.i in ili.luili the ffjuUi.
bllum ut tbr wnililV ruii fin in.in.t ,nars In
T.f r.Pt-".rlionj." Mulil
tt'ADKMV OP Mt R' lark llyMllr compii
NIM. Tho County Fuir.
Niil HuiKisj in hit fjmoui iliaiaclciltatlou
nl JIUi Ablsnll I'nie In "Tin County Pair,"
u the allructhn that dicw ljtk't- audentes
to the lucrum Salurday altrrtioon and evrnin
It Is n i, that Ins been ou the staite lor
Ortn,v Jrars b'tl necr serins Io loe lt p(.cr
to drisr, Mr IUirc.ci n surrniindi'il bj
conil tciinf jn.v
"i In In" Is tu be I'HseUcil beir l.'iiial'i .H
ilit? I.jcimiiii itli nil Ine atmnvplirrc nnd ltlhty
nf Hut Rrcat territory of lliu uit. Time Is .1
holrvinc plcisuie In this stlrrlni; fieture nt
life in tin i,rcit MoJac countiy wlicrc tlic sol
ilkr and tlic uncliiiuui ate Hie men who ilornlii
tp, snd here th' noincn. if tiny know ttig
tl.nui', lUo Kiiuw the itjddli) und the sun.
lluwetri, not rtcrs tiling Is tough n thl net
ivlilcb Mr. lliomai Intuduces In "Arzoiu " It
tlic men arc xlvcn to tlie nccsslorsl tue ot xli;
ctotus l.unii-ie, us tlie men who fljlit tlie lai
ties' mid Mike tin I'niriiris and lepubllis lain
bwii In eer.v time, tliey linn- thdr Rentier side
they Imto otliir trails of iliirarli-r. Henry
CMnby, pro)ilttcr ut Catibr's r.indi, Iu tlic An
nlm Vllei, nles the whole ij Utn 111
"llmt's AiirviM Wi'n little thj on ut
ter, tut theie is .is nuuli cluiily for u'uiiun as
yon ran round up In I he flospel of t .lohn "
Brockwfiy Tomonow Night.
nmIh me now ou m1i foi the eltflitli ul dm
llioikuu.v riittrluinuiHit series, HottonhlM M
ttlte club crand cerccit Jt the b,cium toivei-icu-
This rntdtulniiKiit ill be apiirccl.ited la the
main patrnts of the IlioCkv.aj hiium,
I In. Iliutliei llinic'i "nichl lldh" will 0"
pivMiited at the l.jeium next Vci1iiih1) nlslit,
.l.unijij uii Tlic entire production his Ken
lemodelkd r that It will scarcely be recoj.
iilzcil in the nc di mi. It s qulle snpeilluous
to say llMt the nltcratlrn aM to the jcn'ral
merit of the production.
Tlic plot lemilns Hindi a ll wik, but th
Fpccialtlps Introtluird ut holt Intervals ine in
llrely nin .mil plcasintr. The Hmii brotheis
iiinalns to (,'iie lllo and action to tier; Vti.c.
The third att is ulmMt entirely new. 'ihtt cur
tain li-ta upon a nutli fctiie Ir a Parisian pirk.
in the bicksioucd are ihe acrobats ixning
Kt.ilurs. llnlr antics aie u-iv .nnvnli if. The
mUliMlIls of th- p. rrormincc and the iliniti.
His of Its tpcclalttis ale eilic Iu till the hoibc.
flri sctm al tli iIom' of the la-l am l a no.
Jnck Hooffler Comjiauy.
'Iheie Is no doubt that tho Acadtmj will be
crowded Io tin doors this cenlne; when the
I.uk lloetllir hnw opens n veek's rngap merit
'the east comprl-cR twenty flic nictropoliun
tors and .boiiUl k!u a spleiiilid performance,
Thdr opening bill will be the New York pro.
duution "riio Woman In Itlaik," Uiro-i Horn
tie lliiud.i., New link, and will be siccn th
n,e utaclnir lu-re tu it Imi In New York. Tho
scenery uiul (lietili.il cITfils displayed tluouKii
ort this piiHluclieni icllpse aiicthliigr litietnfore
rcccii in a production of this I Imi.
Unllef' tickets for Momlav nlslit, whli li ha
been limited to 2uo, should be s;urei1 as early
as possible, n thire will be no lj-ccm ticlals
hold hr.tfind this number. Kiatx i,nn on jln
Illjiidu- WuL-h undo a ideal poiMinl iut-vs
as Jiephlne in "More llian Queen." Jotepli
lliouks and Den Mem .un negutlat ioint foi li
plajs lor liei we nest season.
ainille D'Anille, who ictlied lion, the ixe
whin tho nun led in sail PrineiMo lart rag.
nir, irf luck on the xtnj.1- asaln. She rppeircd
in avdcillr In Ofveland Ust week.
II. (' liarnahce's role In "The Viceroy" is
tho tweity-M'Uiith piuuilneiit part he has in'
on the lu-U t-lii vc. When tin- nv pioducllon
if "floblti Hood" is tmdc ho will mkbiato his
lu huiidiedth pcrformaneo oi the Hirrll! in
'I he cist ot prln ipils so fai cna.iKd hi Chailes
I'loliiiuu foi "In Haic nnd to Hold," in' addition
to Hubert Loialne, Isabel Ininc;, Sidney Hei
tcrt and Holbiook Illinn. Iiiclmlts Chntlew W.il.
colt, lent be Daniel Kiohmin; Maud Iloslonl,
Mabel Girrison, lAittio Alti'i, I'lorcrce Itobln
on, Clairu lliPowell, Wallaii- Krsl Inc. full
11.' Mllle mil " Miller Kent
KUSSIA'S GREAT FEAT
Railway Ferry at Lake Baikul a Tri
umph of Modern Engineering.
Pioin Ia.ndi.li sphere.
The most inteiestlng portion of riits-s-i'i'.s
gte-it 4,000-mIIe lallway Is the
mount teny across Lake llolkal, In
Cential Sibeila. The lake 1ms an ex
tent of over 13,000 square miles, and
is nioi e than twice n.s wide us the
nnglish channel nt Dover. In places
It Is as deep as 4,500 feet, and parts
of It have never been plumbed. It l
suuounded by some of the hardest
mountains which a railway engineer
could encounter. The olilclnl plan of
the Tians-Slberlan lallway Includes a
railway round the southern end of
the lak to connect the two lake-shore
timlnal, but th enormous difficulty
nnd the expense, which Is an iniport
nnt mattei to Kuusla at the present
lime, of constructing such n line eon-sphe-
to Indefinitely postpone Its com
pletion. To link the two ends with u steuim
eny which would V- able to break
tlnough the Ice which oovcis the lake
from the middle of December to Slay
was undoubtedly suggested by the ex
cellent woik of the Yt'imah Ice-bieak-ei
In the Baltic. Fir Willi im Arm
stioug, AV'hltwoitli Co., of New cas
tle, were tho constructors of tho Vor
miik. and to the older of tho Itusslun
government Ihey constituted u sec
ond and laiger Ico-bieaker which was
clfiKtened the Baikal.
The Tktlkul has thiee lints of i all
In Id upon her mnln deck to cany one
passenger and two goods tifilns across
the lake. The tinlns eiitei ihn leo
bienkcr nt tho bow, which Is run 'up
ngalnst u pier, The tails mo con
rccteil and the trains hut; Into tin ea
sel. With this load she will crush
hi i way llnotigli thiee let of Icu ut it
speed or thliteen knots an hour.
t-ctew at th bow with ft sepaiate en
glue Micks away the nti fiom un
deinenth the Ice at tho bow, which
thus spills fiom Its own weight- dm
two stubby-blnded piopcllcis it ih.i
Mem nt the Fame time force the ves.
ml thioiigh the bioken lco sheet. Thi
u-tual tinck of the Baikal measures
HELPED EACH OTHER.
Two Caihieis Who Ai ranged to Rob
Two Banka Simultaneously.
1 nun ilis Niw- lili-in- 'lliiiis-lirinnii n
"No system of checks can piexeut ,i
(llshriniist emnlovo from .stpnllntr." mm
n vctc-itin business man and bank ill- !
reetor of this city, "nnd the best de-
tcirent I know of Is un occasslnnnt
occi hauling of accounts by an outside
actual y. If all hands feel that this
Is liable to linppen at any moment,
they nrc very apt to keep stialght.
Tho stiong point about such examina
tions should be their unexpeeteilnpss.
I don't bollevo In the rotation of book
keepers or other trusted employes ns
.a check on ono another. Good men In
the same establishment nlways hao
un avaisioii to tale-beating, nnd, Iu
nine ensos out of ten, they will fall to
teport little things that would nt once
excite their suspicion In u ledger kept
by n stranger. They don't want to
tun the tlsk of making' it mistake and
securing the everlasting enmity of n
fellow employe. The man who makes
the Inspection .should be brought, If
possible from another city.
"That reminds me, by tho way, of
:i lemarkablc stoiy of collusion which
wns related to me lately by n na
tional bank examiner of my acquaint
ance. One day ho was going through
the usual Inspection of iilYuIrs ut a
solid old bank In u. northeastern city,
when the cashier suddenly toppled
oer Iu an npopleetlo fit, and died al
most instantly. Ills tnsli and ac
count weie found to be tibo1ulelv
i orerct. Home mouths later tho In
spector dropped In to make nti exam
ination of another bank only a few
dooia uway, and the cuMder promptly
slipped out a side entrance and dis
appeared. It developed that ho win
short a huge itmount, and, when sub
sequently caught u cuiioua story leak
ed out. It seemed that both cashiers
were defaulters, nnd had been In the
habit of helping each other out with
cash to 'mal;e t:ood' when the exam
iner appealed. At the time tho llrst
man droprcd dead he had about $J0,.
00(1 of tlu other bank's money, which
he hnd Intended to return next day.
The trngedv left his friend Iu a terri
ble hole, as he had to shoulder both
shoitngcs, and when tho examiner
next arrived, there was nothlns to dn
but run. His statement was eon
ilnned by ample extraneous evidence,
but I don't believe It was ever given
to the public iu all Its dctalK'"
" THE WORLD jjtjtss
ONE HUNDRED YEARS
If opwh,M. I'M, by It K Hush!"", Loius
illle.l Hie poiil.iliuli of the'
1 woihl was a Huh inotc
lilted Stite was onh a
th ii n billion. 'I he I
diop ii the bmket, I.
inhabit nits ot Knrnpe
txjo, divided as follow:
N'orw.i) and Pentmrk .
l':ii;liiil and Wales ...
itli r..',0-.SI.t souls. The
Mimboi-ed iiho it IT.l.tVO,-
'1 ho lieiiinnlii i'f the eomi'iv, utm.--ul tue
Uahluhei' noemeiil in Ai ihl.i. riith colic. led
srmicn invadoil thi- U-iillory of Uaitdid and laid
ilCBi' to Kcibela. a loealltv faninus for th
tomb ol llosevu, the martyr, ivii cf All, mid .1
renter o( popuhr Mohametnn fupcistllion. I'he
town was stormed, the Inhabitants in.ii-ai.ri J
and lli.ni fjioils uf uiiluciuo lalue tuiwlem.il
fiom its tihrinrs to the Wnliliubn- tieisury n
loiloui eni the- .-let, the WahhaUc ann wen
nest directed wejtward. an-1 Meua, ilwll tukin,
came Into their possession.
'1 lie Wallabee inoirai.-i.i ivilvuuiul uiti
one hundred je.n bcfoie this period, when Mid
ul-Wnhhab iktciniii.i-d to inauinuate a ulonn
that Rhould ieacil the- elietilui- anil practice
of the Koieu as thay had been at the begin
nine; Hi- held tint the piunitbi- faiih of Mam
had btvninp romidi-rably comipted
Jewelry hid only a mechanual kind ul e
celleiii o, the result of a rune tradition of i ir
workshop, (lorireous illects wen- aimed ul In
n.utln? fold, and introducing i-iones rlaboutrb
cut in Clientele? ui- clustcied in nuUn. Thus
diamonds were clustend Iu lomttK and In. li
quet and rubles, pcaiK cmiralds and olhct
eolon-d spedal stones brouaht to-.-.-thn for lit
Ho other purpo- tlun to get them Into a
giien span- in rnMJuiuUwi with a rrrtain (plan.
tlty of fold,
Mlliniibli 1 1"' applitiition of tlic sbliile iniuo
cope lo tho minute scructuic o( plants and in!
nulls hid been In proptiwi flnrt- the- end of the
Seieiiticnth csntuty, the rise ol modem lil.
tnloKV I eull) dates flora the bcicinriliiif of the
Nilictreiitli ccntuiv, when was puhlUlnd Ulcliat'a
"Anatonile (lenierale,' whhli analues the or
i;anlm Into a. tirka of simple tusUea with
ill-finite ktnietural L-liaracttr. The niw impulse,
toeijlhir with the improvements of opllcal ap.
pllanri-s In I lo rnucli further locauh
Th.- liliif in inoriiioiii niailne ieptilc rtn
nun clted lo a nuuked deniec. Akuuiks
of one ott the Atlautli- io.ua ut the United
states bicanie- eo Irequcnt as to jriln foi the
monster Hie- bobriquit in Kmopo ot '-Ameiican
Sea N-rpent." A Rljantie tquld w.i mest llkily
tin- foundation fei the man) hariowin tale's
ul this Bieat water animal
I.Xplllllleia, had liului,ld lo Hint ualri b
its iiwa eapi'iutoii in a lanniiii but this
method cfiuld In- jpplltd lo the pioductlor. of
lie iu mull quantities old), 'liie idea ot tnid.
lux ill ice oeeuned about this time to i. Iloston
meichaiit, named Tiului, who hitu r,lpi,l iie
V rfiul impLiiu. w.m ifiuii il,- lien iaUiDiiy,
e to must othoi tiadii. In- tin. vteuin tiuitu-s
teimliiK into iu, uwluj to the oil it ire faUlltlt,
in nil illu-etiona bIicii by the IihipitiI mm.
in. i d c. po-wi tins obtained
1 otopaii, a cole mo it tlie ,i,i,s In l.i uair,
was approaehlus an eiupthi- pnlml, ,vi tic
porf ol l.uayaquil, 100 mlUs liom Ihi- oaier,
nobis day nnd night like the coiillmnil dl
ili.iiues ill a batten ouM be lieu. I.
Ilu- Pipe l'iii ll manud the Icsulis llbul)
to teioiistiiict in Nullum iluxla and p'niill.
ted Piauclxus .ailn k.iiin, a Pole, Hie ilm,
to vxrirfsi. (nil aiitliniity'uiili ,i ueiu ill.
Paul I ullee, Vni,rii.iii im,i , plilljialimpj.i,
aiituipti'd to found a ink.iiv m mr np.'in, . 'n
fili i, but failed
The I-illmviiiv peiaist., who aiiii-itinl ji
tali.ul fame, wire bom ilurlntc (hr tiaii
Uillhui Mltdili, Mnoikmi nni.t
hilubi Mlllei, (jiiman theolowlaii,
l ha-les Jiwph Mondelei, Canadian juiUi
lluii) Mo.el), riullt'i Hiilptoi- and wjll.i
Kail IuiIwIk .Mlelitlct, (Ic-imaii pliilosuphei.
John Mar.i Odin, I'lemli iehll.iop In n.
I iimllilu Itipil-u- i.. itllitlia, llriylllim states
.Miami Millei, i.riinan phinoh.-al.t , md jn.n.
IMwaid I. Uuiilir. Iiench lumr.ilUi ,,in
William II. Milts t . Ii.kIi.Ii pliiilm and inin
llaitliolviiien y. Miiiui, uinit,ii .luip.mj,, I
Join II SiHiii.iu n aidiiuli. I-mil. , iln,,.
itlau and author
awlioii Aihilli- iliii.ii, i, mil .uinn,,,
nnd aulhoi In Amrilia
Mrs. Winfilow's Soothing Syuip
ii i ...I r.. .ticx t. us,, . -
I0 i.ri-ii m. i... u.t ,11 it lj.(S li
MILLIONS l'l MOIli:ilS ior ll-i, ill ii.
Wllll.i: Tliniln. with l-LlirM.T ,(TI
it sooniM tiw- ( im ii. -oni:Nb u,,, v,vw'.
M.l.WH sll I'AlNt CUIIVh WISH ( OI.UI. m '
Is tlie bi iinifily fur III WtllllOKA. s.ib i,y
Dnmsl't 1 " I1"' "' "' woilil. Hi- (uui
ml dU fui "His. Willow's buotliliu; Mtii,
anil lilr n s lis.- Mini, ruilfii- Mnn j,
Special Offerings of
i OUTING FLANNELS in
light and medium grounds; -ja
6c kind. Monduv for J-tC
CALICOES in pretty de-
signs with chocolate ground;, a
f the 6c kind, Monday for. . . .t"C
1 in pretty colorings and p:tt- 1
Items, ;c kind. Aond.iy for.T'iC
INDIGO BLUE Calicoes in
newest patterns and designs, e
the 7C kinds, Monday for . .5C
DRESS GINGHAMS, line
Madras, all newest patterns::
(the ioc kind, Monday for..O.C
! 2-s-l NCH PERCALES in
flightand medium grounds;
i the roc kind, Monday for 0-C
, FINEST PERCALES, -in.
i navy, cardinal and black; o i
(the iajc kind for OC
'FRENCH FLANNELS. i(
I inch wide, latest colorings, i r
i the 1 5c kind, Monday for "C j
Special Offerings of
Dress Goods and Silks.
PLAIDS it pieces of fine
, double folds suitable for child
ren's dresses all fast colors,;j
1 the I2jc kind, Monday for 0.fi
full 40 inch in all the newest
shades including black, -5Q-'good
weight; the 50c kind ?VC
Special Offerings of
Reefers, Skirts and Capes.
CHILDREN'S strictly all-
wool Kersey cloth Box Reefers
with notched sailor collars,hand-
somely embroidered with novelty
braid; navv blue only; sizes 0
and 8 years, the real val 1 ap
1 ue $4, cut for Monday to "O
LADIES' line separate Skirts
, ot all wool Cheviots. Serges and
Homespun; part of this lot are
'trimmed with stitched taffeta
SATURDAY'S STOCK QUOTATIONS
Ths fulluninir quotations srt (urnlslicJ Tin
Trlbiuf l.v JI -. Ionian k I o . rnonin TUf.-TOd
M'urs liuil Im;, v r.ininii, l'.i Telf phf m-SO0.I :
0Hll lllgli- l.ov. ("lis-
ins. -t ct inff.
Ai1Ui11.H1 Nimi . I..4's HI'.- Ulj Ul".
Aiiiiriuu '1'otijoi .j .. Hi in IN HI
Am. .-. i V I '.- '0 4t's
Aldi., Iu i IV . .. 4i1s 4'I'h W, W's
T. 4- -J. K. I'r ?.... (-" si's; l 3',i
IJiookhn lY.'itiim . .is rt'i sr3 w?5
tmit. Tubal u IP. ll? il'i Hli
Cliis. li OI1I1 yts .W. ' '
fliii. k O. V IT', I7'v IPs JT'.i
Cliie.il k g HI IU'j ll-' l8i
M Kml TJiVi JJ lW'i l5Vi
noiK Islaiiil .. . 11'jV UlU Ul)? llU
UoUwJtc k IliuUun . 151'i Ul'S: 1'il'j l'llj
I.aikjUMinu 111. Hi IK 10',
fetltul -iietl I'vU sii'i: lU 4UU
IVdeial Wcel, I'r TO'j 701.. ;o, 7u,
Kju. J: Tix.. IT 11 5l j 32i .W-
Louis, k Nj1i li W7 S') iJH
llmiliatln Kle lUTs 11 Ht'i Hu
Met. Tracllon (c KOVj JiUsj H.J1, l'i
Jllsaouri l'.ulfip SO-; -4 ".'i i4
I'eaile' Ca 00U Vfit V Wi
N. J. (iitul 1VI IV) 110 liO
Scutiirrn l'.uifio 14 m, JJ-' UU
:.onh I'jclht W k sVi M
North, rarillc, lr Si', ;7'i Jl'i 'i
X. V. Cfntul HJ's Ul'j n: Hi
Ont. k Vl 'il5 Jl'7-i .U', a JI-
K tin j II It UW, 140 Hi 14i4
Itudlnff 31 y-i'l .11 .I2H
riMillnjr, I'r 71 . 715, n 71,
Soutlu-iu H. It XU5, J0' TV.- 201i
S.)ullicni II II . l'l- .... 70-V 7H.. 7u5s 'Mi
'Jfiin., I' V Iron A7's ."i7 'i7 67
lT. -. I-catlxr !C5, ir M MV,
V S LmtUl, IT 74 71U :-i 7IU
I. S. Itubboi Ji iU, 21U -Jill
I nion 1'iifltlc 8.1'i si et -il
I nlon IMifle, I'r S) Sf"'ir "I .l'-j
Wtliash. Pi iVi is5. Wt -"'i
V.'i li in I'ihoii SI S. a!
riiir(,o f.uux Mvninx
Opdi- lllul,. low- (los. '
HIIMI' IHB. i, ft in.
iljy 7.13 tu 7.l
i:t MHIK UIHIV ilMIKir
Oik n- lllirli- Low- ( Im.
11rr. d.:. i-t. nt. i.'.
Mini il'l ll" Ms, sl
J.i st'. i-Ji, Mij 1
M.u 4I. 15', II', n
Eciantou Boaul uf Tiniie Exchange
Quotnttons All Quotntions Dascd
on Pur of 100.
sTOlR. HiJ ,lfj.
Hi, 1 Sutipi.1l H..l Ui ...
Guillen Siilugs ri-iiil i5u
lliiril Nllutul IIjiiU m
Dime IK'iiosll slut llisiouni Hull'... jm
lAimomj liglil, II fc I' to iJ
Latla. lui-t ih' Tojioit Cu .... 150
CUit. u.n 1 lu, l'l i.'j
Muntui lion IViict .Mix. to 100
Sraiuuii Al' W'wk Yi
LaiUialil J rJlr 1.0, I'r jo
Count! Mium: Hani. I11M lu., M
Kiul Nuii-.i jl 'link iLstbomlilt-) -f
tlunJaut Drilling i ,vi
TuJr.' National Hank lis
S raiiUMi ri'li an.l .Nut Cu n'i
t-iulitoii !'. inn ltiilJ, Gut
MoiUtam-. iliii- 1"0 in
IVoiilf's "tuil llallnai But uinrt
taai. dm- Ml Ill
IViU's Stui-i Kailtsa.i, lii-mul
moitBOBC Uui 'l II J
Duk.on Mariubuuilr1. Cu luil
LJika. Tunn.lil S.libOl ft rr n'lll , 0i
(II) ul fiianiui M Imp. 0 r
twranlon luiilou (1 tev tint 113
Sctnntoii Wholesale Muiket.
(Ci'iliilfl Io II. 1-. Dale, 27 laikaw.nna i)
llutlfi I ifiinu'i, Jr.'ajjr.
Iits Vln t Wfstwii, Ji.'."i-I nuibl stair,
SKIRT PATTERNS, 84x36,
large variety of patterns; q
the 29c kind, Monday for VC
GREY BLANKETS, 11-4
size with fancy borders; i(
the Si kind, iMondny for aVC
FULL SIZE COMFORTS,
extra heavy, loured on 1 o
side; 1.25 kind, Monday VOC
FEATHER PILLOWS, $'
lbs covered with good tick- o
ing; 1.25 kind, Monday forVOC
PERCALINES. strictly last
black and fine quality; the 03
i24c kind, Mcnday tor... O4C
SILESIASin last black and
staple shades; the 15c j r
kind, Monday for 1 UC
CANVASS Dress Facing of
extra good weight; the 01
I23..C kind, Monday ior...2C
SKIRT LININGS, Moire
silk finish in all new shades j s
the 25c kind Monday (or. IOC
SILKS More than a thous
and yards of exquisite braided
and lace Taffetas; rich stripes in
cerise, violet, brown, cardinal,
navy, garnet and green; just
the thing for stylish waists;
worth from 75c to 1 the Afv
yard. Your choice for. . tVC
bands and have full Hare; per
caline lined. Real value ap
sj.no cut to .&"
LADIES' AND MISSES'
rich and pretty Golf Capes, full
sweep with plaid flounce; part
of them are of Kersey cloth with
flounce to match; large rolling
collars and perfect hanging.
The real value is 6.98 -y a
cut Monday to 0,"D
CUetKC ruJl cream, new, liuUVJc.
llejiu lVr Im. ihoice maneif, (160.
Onions Jl.OO per bu.
I'loiir nest patrnt, H wl.
Dairy Uutter WiSOc.
Jinn IVus M.40al.li.
1'oa Hfaiis .'.oaJ JO.
Philadelphia Liva Stock Markat.
l'liilaUi-lphi 1, .Inn, 27. Li etockl Receipts
for tlic wrrk Outilp, i.Zil; uliecp, TW3j ho,
4,13. Cattle Market dull and draeiry; prus.
Iuihti hit, W.07VJa3.J0; choice, o.l2yjSA -,'6
good, flt7!;.i); nmlluiu, tl.50i4.73i common.
1.25al.:t7'. hhfp and fjrabs Steady 00 all
clTcilni;s which weio ltbiral but tradlns; not
vi-tilc; lits-p, (linlce, WMlsC.; (tool, li,H'ir..,
medium, .iaJ'.iu; rommon, SodVie. tpnuj
lambs,, 3'$atw,i-. llovs Supplies liberal thoutfli
nut etti-u'li ami veil dlapod ot at atesdj
prkes, nuil.it iloscd strons, best western, IM
7?4C-.; other kiliilj. 7.7 Ho. j 4tii hog, Dot ut
fcrrd. 1'at cons, dull, at 2u.1?io,j thin rouw
n Ifiht intiuiry, Zaiic; cal calves, ruled eitid
I l.v, active, bringinir J7Vii-,j extra ckelue com
itmuM SuSVio.! milch cows wanted only of thi
best kind,, at (JiaDO; dreaded cleera, ateady al
S'intfc. ; drid .owa, Ca75ic
Buffnlo Llva Stock Mnrket.
Last Buffalo, Jin. 27. Becelpto-Oattla, 111
tars; sla-eep and Jjinlw, 21 cars; hoc, 'ii ears.
Shipments Cattle, 10.1 cutj clutp and lamb),
II can; Iicgs. 21 cars. Csttle Demand mmlir.
ate; laltxe, IoMr; bulk ot ot best sold at
M.&U. Lambs-Choke to ejtra, ao.VSaH.T.l.
Miccn Mlted. tM.23Jl.i3. Hogs Ue.ivy, j.U
3 10; pis, 1W).
It is oio (0 kpprclicr.J tlun to suffa.
History Is His mKr.cg ct iunuinerablo ll"
Ho man na.s rier m mucb deceived ISy n
otliti- i I) IiIum,!', CIrevIlle.
It men ate an svicLcd willi rellictoit, uhal
nould Ihcj- be without it?-tnklin.
Love Hut bail but beauty tu feci on it short,
llicd and subject to f.L. L'r;-mu..
Ol all the eiil spirits abicuil In tho svotdl in
sincerity Is th" lno"t dansreroui. Ftoude.
The Kiatltudc if place expectants Is a lively
senx- ot future favors. Sir Kobeit Walpole.
I.i t J cut literal- romposltioni be kept from
ilm public e lov nlue jcaiv, at least. Hoi
ace. Il is a v,Ut man nho l.r.o.vs Us own baiinrn
ami It is a wiser man win thoroughly attends
to ii. II. h. AVai-Iiml.
Hut Health ii a 1,1 c.l lueaiu of refinement)
anil It Is 3 jouirily tor ffcnllenev. alnie it re.
niiAca ilUtinbluj aialelien. Ik Marid.
1 1n.1lt1t.1lH that I hot- who hair died honorably
ate nlle, i.itlu'i than that tliov Hit who rn
h ih.honiirable llie.Kuripideii.
-luce tin- ccncrality ol tuun. act fiom im
puNi- nuuli niui 1' than Horn piinriple, men ur
i.dlliki j 4,00.1 imi o bvl as wc air npi 1
tlilnl. thi 111. -Hue.
Tlic only uaj to make ihc mas. uf nuiikim
via llii lieautv ol Jiwtkc is In- thouinic lliein,
in pietty plain ti'ini', Ihc iuiiciUCiKe( n in
.iii-lui-. t-i Jin v Smith.
Die tiilnclral rcaoii ulj men ate to ulim
uvi.-lcs Ik thar tl.iv divide anil shift their at
trillion mnoiifr u iiiultlpllilly of olijeils ami
Ihiiuel liuhmsn, eaili in the pieirut ihealinai
Ma.n, liuufuratul a Klii. ul inlitimsl riiniieii
11I1UI1 In- Kites al hU hoine on .Sunday nil,t".
and there tho nuinbeis ul hi, loiniianlea wlo
till- plJ.iii.i; snd 1 how who au walking mound,
but ihawins sslary Jut the same, Ii.mi a iliams
tu iiiii-t and uxilniMi- bittersweet irtnnk,
Mali- uf 111. 10, l ui oi 'luledo, l.iua Ivliniv.
I'ltsSK J. ( IIKNIIV make, oath that In I.
si 1 lor paitner of tho Mini ot K. .1. CIIKNtV Jt
CO.. doln bii,liie-s in the Cilv c( Toledo, t'u.int
ami Male aloiesalil, ami that ajIiI lit nt will .
tic sum nt DM! llll.NDIIUIl DOLIvsHs foi
rai-li ami iieiy cave ui C.vrsltltll that unnoi
be uui'i b ih- ui ot lUI.U'S OATARHIl
CIHIi: tnVNK J. (.IIKNEY.
swoiii to l.etoie me and MuVilbcd in im
piewiue, ibis Ul 1 1 d.y ul JMeuibcr. A. 1)., lih'i.
l"ial. , llliKASON.
ll.ll's CatJtih tun- U taken ititemally, an-1
aels illrettl on tln liloud and mucoua aurtariyi
ol thu twtun. send for testimonials, frx
1". J. CIIKNXV it I O , Tolo, O,
Mml liv DiunKtsta. 73c,
Hall's Vamilv Pills sis- the Usl. ., . , t ,