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Bow To Find Out.
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and Ml II nana iwemy-iour nours. a
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. unhealthy condi
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What to Do.
ere is comton in tne snowieace so
expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
, the great Kidney remedy lunula every
l in curing rneumausm, pain in mo
I kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
I urinary passage. It corrects Inability
va-.er and scalding pain in passing
bad effects following use of liquor.
or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
sity of being compelled to go often
I,; the day, and to get up many times
? the nieht. The mild and the extra-
fury effect of Swamp-Root Is soon
:ed. It stands the highest for Its won-
lll cures of the most distressing cases.
ou need a medicine you should have the
Sold by druggist in 50c. and$l. sizes.
roil may have a sample oottie ol tnis
a book that tells
Ire about it, both sent
olutely free by mail,
dress Ur. Mimer ct
rtomo of Swamp-it, t.
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THE ADVANCE IN CHINA.
Allied rraMBdrn Prrp.rln- For
the Bis Expedition.
Pekln. Feb. 19. Great preparations
are being made by the varloua com
manders preparatory to the big expedi
tion, especially In the matter of trans
portation. Apparently the only com
manders Who have enough of anything
for a long campaign are the American.
British and Japanese. The others are
deficient, especially the German, al
though Count von Waldersee believes
that in few days be will have all the
supplies really necessary. He takes
the position that It will be better to
secure the greater part of the provis
ions from the country itself, but most
of the generals think It unwise to take
so great a risk.
The British will reply almost entire
ly upon pack trains. Any other method
of transportation through the moun
tain passes would probably be impos
sible, as, according to the information
received here, the Chinese have pre
pared for just this contingency am1
have blocked every possible pass wit
big boulders In order to render th
passage Oi artillery next to Impossihlr
Many people in rekin Ray that Coun'
Ton Waldersee Is "working a bluff" li
co-operation with the foreign envoy;
hoping to compel the Chine le plen
potentinries to comply with the di
manda of the powers. The military Rt
thorlties say this may be the rase, 1 -that
China would never belleTe in
foreigners again If they fnlh '. tu bi .
Prince Chlng and LI Hung CI ns, it
greatly worried, They e u
will blame them, Th y v ,...;. ,,i
they print rut. With Ihc t ' ,.
tag, the foty!gt ers, and m . ni
campaign Is ImtHrii '. the
consider that th ir r. 1st! i
To Imnearh Mnrtb i
Rnlelph, N, C h, 10 The I war
houce of thi rcreral BBsentbly of North
Carolina yestetdiy y ii ;-. rcinlutlon
calling for the Impe-rhraent before the
liar of the Benatc of Chief Justice DaTld
M, Purches and Associate Justice ltnli
ert M. Douglaa, of the supreme court
of North Carolina. The resolution
charges them with high crimes and
misdemeanors In office, in that they
issued eertaln processes in a ease of
a politieal nature, which, it is charged,
are in violation of the constitution of
North Carolina, and the statute law
of the Btate. The vote was tlj to 33 for
Impeachment. Of the 33 nays is wero
Republicans and two were Populists.
All those voting for the resolution
Convicted r Stealing; Water.
Chicago, Feb. 19. Harry Boo re, su
perintendent of tin- Continental Pack
ing and Provision company, was found
guilty yesterday of Stealing 1ST. 000
gallons of water from the city mains In
the stock yards for the use of the
packing company with which he is con
nected. The value of the water was
fixed at $14.!C, and Boo: c '- 111 he Riven
a sentence for petit Ian ny, the pun
ishment for which Is a One not to ex
ceed $1,000 and imprisonment not to
exceed one year. Boore's trial and
conviction was the first resulting from
a recent examination of the city water
mains In the stock yards district. In
which It was discovered that the mains
have been Illicitly tap" d In many
places and millions of gallons of water
The Baldwin Pnlac Rxpedltlon.
New York, Feb. 19. Kvelyn It. Bald
win, the organizer of the Baldwin
Zeigler Polar expedition, will leave
here o" his search for the North Pole
about ,ne middle of next June. Mr.
Baldwin returned yesterday from
Washington atul Philadelphia, and im
mediately plunged into business con
nected with his forthcoming expedi
tion. His first move was to order the
making of too muzzles of an original
design for the dogs he recently pur
chased in Siberia and Russian, and
which will form an Important detail of
his elaborate equipment. Regarding
the route to be taken by this expedition
Mr. Baldwin could only say that it
would be one that has never been
now in tin- City of Mexico.
Mexico City, Feb. IS.- Early yester
day morning snow fell in this city and
In the valley of Mexico. The ground
being covered with snow in the higher
suburbs, where trees and tropical
plants were beautiful with B white
mantle, greatly aroused the curiosity
of the people and created much excite
ment. Snow had not fallen in this city
before for nearly half a century. In
this city, however, it melted as fast
as it fell.
St. i.ouia Exposition Assured.
Washington. Feb. 19. The bill to au
thorize the holding of the international
exposition in celebration of the cen
tennial anniversary of the Louisiana
purchase at St. Louis in 1903, and ap
propriating $5,000,000 therefor, passed
the house yesterday by a vote of 191
to 41. The opposition was hopelessly
in the minority atul t ho struggle over
the bill wus brief. The question of
closing the exposition on Sunday wus
not mentioned during the debate.
St. Petersburg. Feb. 18. In retalia
tion for the act of the United States'
treasury department in holding that
the countervailing duty against boun
ty fed sugar applies to the Russian ar- I
tide, the Russian government on Sat
urday, In a decree Issued by M. de
Wltte, minister of finance, ordered the j
i in piiMi ii in in a maximum larnr on im
ports Into Knssi.i of American manu
A Mordrrona Honolulu Kdltor.
Honolulu. Feb. IB. Edwin S mil
editor of The Republican, shot and
BBrlous'y wounaea Mortimer in. ste
vens. a member of the staff of The Ad
vertlser, In the office of The Republi
can on the evening of the 6th. The
shooting followed a controversy about
an article Gill had published concern
ing some ladles who were stopping at
the Hawaiian hotel.
Dividend Por Wealth Prodaeera.
Kingston, N. Y., Feb. 19. The Sau
gertles Manufacturing company haa di
vided the profits with Its employes.
The total amount distributed was $40,
00. Each employe received 6 per
cent of his rear's wages. The dividend
was a surprise to the men and was
paid only after the stockholders' divi
dend was paid.
Scene of Royal Splendor in the
Decaying Spanish. Capital.
C0UBT BALL AT THE PALACE.
Tae Peatare of the Bis Show Wn
the Cordial UrretlaB-a Extrndrd to
Mr. Hrllamr Storrr, the Anarrlcaa
Mlalatrr, ait Hie Wife.
Madrid. Feb. 12. Yesterday, a day
awaited with some anxiety in official
circles because the anniversary of the
establishment of the republic was ac
centuated by the recent manifestations,
passed oft more quietly than several
days of late. Just after nightfall an
Idle crowd, chiefly composed of street
gamins, gathered on the l'uerta Del
Sol, but when shouts arose the civil
guards charged and cleared the space,
ufter which there wus no disturbance
The rain began to fall and dampened
the ardor of the manlfestants.
Meanwhile the aristocracy of Spain
gathered at the palace to attend a
court ball in honor of the wedding of
the Princess of the Annus and Princa
Charles of Bourbon. The magnificent
structure, which was ablaze with elec
tric lights, could scarcely accommodate
the invited guests, whose carriages
were wending their way thither as
early as 9 o'clock.
All entered by the royal staircase of
white marble, at the top of which Na
poleon stoppul at the time of Ills en
try into Madrid and uttered the famous
expression, as he rested bis hands on
the tnarbla lions: "At last, Spain. 1
mid thee whom I have so long de
sired!" and, turning to his brother,
'You are better installed than 1."
The line ol guests traversed the for
mer ballroom called the Mall of Col
umns and passed through apartment
after apartment gorgeously hung with
gobelin tapestry of magnificent de
sijnis. The members of the diplomatic
Corps awaited the royal party, which
entered promptly at 111 o'clock, The
queen regent was escorted by the Count
nt Cascrta. Then followed the Count
ess of Caserta. with Archduke Eugene
;if Austria, the Princess of the As
turias, with Prime Charles; the in
fanta Isabella, with the Duke of Calai
bra; the Infanta Bulalla, with Prime
Oennaro, younger brother of Prince
Charles, and then three of the daugh
ters of the Count of Caserta.
The regent welcomed the members of
the diplomatic corps. Mr, Bellamy
Storer, thi United states minister, was
.ii i mpanied by Mrs. Storer, Her ma
jesty advanced and gave Mr. Storer a
cordial personal greeting.
The royal party then entered the
state dining room, which Is one of tin
must splendid salmis in Europe, The
queen and her partner opened thi
dancing within a reserved space, each
having as partner the one already men
tioned as escort. The guests followed
so closely that the room became dense
ly packed, and circulation, as well as
dancing, wus virtually impossible for
two hours. The people were literally
jammed In and it was not until the
queen regent, on the arm of her broth
er, and followed by her mother and
the royal party, left the ballroom that
any one could move about in the dense
throng. After midnight the younger
princes and princesses, with the mem
t ers of the diplomatic corps, found a
littlp freedom In dancing.
The whole scene was a bewildering
spectacle of court grandeur, in which
brilliant uniforms were really less no
ticeable than evening dress. Count
Dubsky, the Austrian ambassador, who
is the Doyen of the diplomatic corps
in Madrid, on whose arm Mrs. Storer
entered the palace, was especially dis
tinguished by his resplendent uniform
Particularly noticeable, on account of
the war between the United States and
Spain, was the cordiality everywhere
extended to Mr. and Mrs. Storer.
Owing to the repeated disorders mar
tial law has been declared In Valencia
and In Saragoasa. During the anti
clerical demonstration at Saragoasa
the students stoned several monks
They were dispersed by police and
gendarmes, Demonstrators carrying a
republican flag fired on the gendarmes
and a sergeant and several people iu
the crowd were wounded.
THE PEOPLE KNEW HIM.
Benson's Plaster is Pain's Master.)
Ooiiree Washington nuula nn.l enld dnnr
and every barrel of flour in the market
branded "O. Washington, Mount Vernon,"
Bold without delay. No queation wus ever
raised us to quality or weight.
Benson's Porous Piaster sella on its repu
tation everywhere. All the buyer wants t,
be curtain of is that the plaster offered him
realty it Benson's, and not a worthless imi
tation of it or substitute for it.
A plaster is the best lorm of external rem.
edy, and Benson's is the beat plaster; f,CHX
physicians and druggists, and a multitude
f people no man can number, have settled
that, "You can trust it," they say.
Coughs, col Is, lame back, luuiliago, mus
cular atiffneaa and rheumatism, troublea ot
the liver uud kidneys, influenza or grin,
pneumonia, uud all oilier diseases open to
external treatment, are at vure relieved and
cured by Benson's Plaster.
Do no' assume thai Belladonna, Capsi
cum or 8 lengthening plasters are "just as
good us" Benton's. They aru vastly in
ferior. A'y other plaster is us good U6
In competition with the best-known
plasters of Europe and America, Benson'i
For sale by nil droggiata or we w ill pre
pav poatag on any number ordered iu the
Unite,! States, on reoeit of 25c. eueh.
oeauurv ,iomison, ang. uueuiuts, N.l.
Reliable man lor Manager of
BranchOffioG vw wish to open lo
tliirt vicinity. II" your record is (). K.
liere is an opportunity. Kindly
give good reference when writing.
The A- T- Morris Wholesale House,
Illustrated catalogue 4 cts stamps.
The plague of 'oo La Grippe.
Tke deSrojrerof IjKirippe-Mile.' Nervine.
When the excretorv organs fail to carry off the waste material from the system, there ie an abnor
mal a cumulation of effete matter which poisons and clogl the blood, and it becomes sour and acid.
Tnis poison is carried through the general circulation to all parts of the body, and upon reaching
the skin surface there ta a reduces and eruption, and by certain peculiarities we recognize Eczema,
Tetter, Acne, Salt Rheum, Pioriasis, Erysipelas and many other skin troubles, more or less severe.
While the akin is the seat of irritation, the real disease is in the blood. Medicated lotions aud
powders may allay the itching and burning, but never cure, no matter how long and faithfully
cunuuucu, ana me conuuion is otien aggravated anil akin permanently injurea by their use.
The disease is more man shin deep; the entire circulation is poisoned.
The many preparations of arsenic, mercury, jKjtash, etc., not onlv do not cure skin diaeuaes, but eoon ruin the digestion
and break down the constitution.
8. S. 8., nature's own remedy, made of roots, herbs aud barks, of great purifying and tonical properties, quickly ami
effectually cure blood and skin troubles, tiecause it goes direct to the root of the disease ami btiniulates and restores normal,
healthy actioutotht different organs, cleanses and enrichea the blood, aud thus relieves the system of all poisonous secretions.
6. S. 8. cures permanently because it leaves none of the original poison to referment in the blood and cause h fresh attack.
Skin Diseases will be sent free upon application. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, CA.
"You huve never had a wife, I pre
sume," mi it! the generous matron who
bad taken pity on hiiu to the extent
of supplying him wiih some cast-off
clothing ami a plate of victuals,
"No, ma'am," answered Cioodman
Gonrong, "an' 1 don't reckon I ever
will have, unless 1 run nerost some
woman who wants to make the ex
peerimenl of mnrryln' a man to re
form him. An' that ain't likely to
happen," with bis mouth full of
baked beans, "'cause she'd hev to bi
young an' harnsome." Chicago Trib
une. Cool l in. Hnn,
"So imi want in murr, my dntigh
ter'.' Well, what are your prospects,
JOU li ma ii ?"
"1 expect to come into possession of
1 00.000 In a short time."
"Why, that is just I lie amount of my
"Y,s; that's the hundred thousand
I meant." Ilrookh n Life.
Jester- oh! Knueezii ha- ngrerd the:
after bis death his IhhIi sltallb turned
over to the university, iii the interests
Jimson Interest of science?
Jester Ye. all Squee.lt's relatives
have Insisted that lie ha,! no heurt;
the doctors are going to timl out,
Ohio state Journal,
ilia Bonoroaa Conaeleneo.
Mrs. Boon It seems in me that com!
old Deacon Sobersides never deviates
iu the slightest cc'.'-ec from the strait
and narrow way.
Mr. Hoon- -No; I sometimes fancy be
has the approval of his own conscience
to Mich an extent that the still, small
voice within must be as audible to him
i as u brass band.--J mice.
Not Quite Free,
i .New Arrival Oi wnz tow Id tlii- wait
a free ounl ry.
Friend Weil, isn't It?
New Arrival Indnde, it is not. 01
had lo sthny at Sandv Hook Mve days
1 an' then be fumy gated befar 1)1 c'u'il
j get on th' police foorce. N. V
The Snuer nnchelnr,
"What deduction can von f!r.iw
I from Ihe fact that single men are
j more dissipated than married men'.'"
asked the sweet miiiiic thing,
j "It shows that the greater part of
humanity Is governed by terror only,"
answered Ihe savage bachelor. In-
Willing to Help.
Pastor's Wife lias anyone offered to
! rcplaster I he church j el ?
j Struggling Pastor X-o, nol exactly;
but Dr. Stickem has offered to cover
j the walls with porous plasters, If we
don't mind seeing bis name on them.
I X. V. Weekly.
I lull V ill illl I I., it e.
She--Hurry, tell me, do vou love me
for myself alone?
lie of course, darling, nnd I'm to
piad to know that you are to come
alone. 1 was a little afraid that your
j mother might be thrown in as ,-t sort
' of handicap, you know. Tit-Ilits,
vv omaa of II,
Husband (at the opera) Why didn't
you bring your opera-glasses?
Wife I iiil. but I ean'l use them.
I Husband What's wrong with them?
Wife Nothing; but I forgot to wear
my rings. Chicago Daily News.
II ii I ii k Tlilnua.
engagements never should be long,
Ve swains who ko to court
Take heed! Tin- long engagement's
keeps a fellow short.
TOBY COMB ii vmiy.
"Johnny, ma i calling you."
"Aw get outl How kin she expect me
to hear wit dese car muffs on." X. Y.
Healthy blood is necessory to preserve that clear, smooth skin and beautiful com
plexion so much desired by all. S. S. S. can be relied ujon with Certainty to keep
the blood in perfect order. It lias lieen curing blood and skiu diseases for halt a ct-u-tury
; no other medicine can show such a record.
S. S. S. contains no poisonous minerals is purely vegetable nnd harmless.
Cur medical department is in charge of physicians of Targe experience in treating
blocl and skin diseases, who will take pleasure in siding by their advice ami direction all
Whi i desire it. Write fully nnd freely about your case ; vour letters are lirl.l in itrictest
confidence. We make no charm whatever for this service Our honk nn in. , ..1 ami
Km Karlj Call.
Mrs. Von Winner Dear! deal ! 1
dropped my diamond ring off mv tin
prr this morning and can't II ml ii any
where. Von Blumer It's all right, I came
across it in one of my trousers pock
ets. Harper's Itn.ur.
"1 often wonder what's the best
thing to do for the grip." remarked
the stingy man. who was trying lo
get some advice gratis,
"Oo out without your overcout," re
plied the doctor, Philadelphia Press.
Dolly That young iiiinist, r seems
Madge Ves, He appears to know
nine of the next world, than he dm of
"There's a fellow cuts some Ice in Ihe
world t hese duj s."
"No iceman."- Ohio State Journal.
The man looked up and SIIW "Nxit"
on I he door.
"Well." he mused, "thai lets mc
out." Syracuse Herald.
How He Dill II.
"Doblej has ni invt painted a picture
that will keep the wolf from the ,!,, r."
"That mi'.' Painted it no the dour,
Jid he?" Town Topics
v er On- Rail,
First Passenger Aren'l you anxious
!o reach I he ol her Bide?
Second Passenger Ves. Indeed! I
lan scarcely coutnin myself I'uck.
The Poollah Bheplienlesa,
Little Bo-Peep, she losl her sheep
And failed in advertise;
The result, of course, was much remorss
Ami terribly reddened eyes,
x,i Venl ii re bow I II.
"Is this vour Hrsl venture in matri
mony?" the preacher asked, the
groom was oui In the vestibule giving
certain instructions to the best niai.
who u as. also, hi- In ad pin k.
"Mv dear Mr. (iumiii igh," she repltied,
almost blushing, "ti is isn't a i i lure
at all. He has n mi deeds to inon
than $00,000 worth of properlj o.n udy,''
Chicago Ti uies Hera Id,
Looking for Trniihlc.
"They sav that riches do not bring
"l'es. And the reason is quite evi
dent. As soon as a mail gels a few mil
lions saved up be begins to think about
going into politics." Washington
BACKACHE is a symptom.
Something makes the backache nnd that somctliinfj
requires attention "r the backache can never be perma
nently stopped. I suffered for yens with a long list of
troubles," writes Mrs, C. Ki.knk, of Wells, Minn. (Box 151), to
Mrs, Pinkham, "anil I want to
thank you for my complete re
covery. LydiaE, Pinkham's Vege
table Compound is a wonderful
medicine for women.
" I had severe female complaints
causing; terrible backache anil ner
vous prostration ; was dizzy most of '
the time, had headache anil such a tired fex-ling. I now have
taken seven buttles of your Compound and have also used the
Sanative Wash and feel like a new woman. 1 must say I nevet
had anything help tne so much. 1 have better health than I
ever had in my life. I sleep well at night, anil can work all
day without feeling tired. 1 give Lydia E, Pinkham's Vege-
1 v t
frightened and sent for the doctor; and he said that it was for
tunate for me that it came away. I got quite well after that
and have your Compound alone to thank for my recovery. "
Multitudes of women suffer constantly with backache. Other
grateful multitudes have been relieved of it by Mrs. Pinkham's
advice and medicine.
A Itnrn V , la.
Mr. Twoyear Kidillett was Baying:
"I have alwuys been very much inter
ested in the Buying of children.
Now, my lit t le bov
The general exodus was checked by
his next words:
" 's Ihe only child I pver -aw
whose remarks were not worth re
p,a t itiL'."
of the 11 men who fought for op
portunities to take Mr, Klddlett's
bund, one was hurt seriously. Town
Little Willie- lion tall are j on, Mr,.
Mr. Flushing- M t 5 feet ;i it ches.
Little Willie Vui: l ow toll were you
Mr. h'lushlnp, Why, just alHmt tin
ntn' height, Wht i!o you ask, Willie?
Little Willie (puzr.icd)- Why, b
cause I heard papa sav vou were a
e reat deal shorter this Inter than VTil
were last summer.- Ilrooklyn ICug!e,
tin ei.: llnal
II ml. I I 11 Willi. ait a stagger,
In a manner lhat was swagger,
How to finance a nation, while spcaklnit
mi the stump;
But when it came to glv'nR
Ills wile .imi i hi III a living,
It became a loenl Issue, and you bet J. i
hud i" hump
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bug was too t'oi'Sii t::km,
Miss lie Me-Why is it.c tint, that you
never married .
Count The trouble w ti nt when I
w as of a marriageable ngi you were a
wee, tiny bnbt . lb ii' i Welt,
table Compound all the
credit, for I know it has
cured mc of all my
troubles. I would not
do without your reme
dies for anything."
Mrs. E. Furtok, of
Meade, Mich., writes:
"Two years ago 1 was
troubled with constant
was very nerv
ous. I resolved
to try your medi
cine and took two
bottles of Lydia
pound, and on taking
the third a tumor was
expelled. I was a little