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i CRITICAL PERIODS
f J / , jlh Woman's Life Are Made Dangerous
i by Pelvic Catarrh.
HUB UATHILDE lUCHTEH.
Mrs. Mnthllde Rier > tr , Donipban , Neb. ,
f "I suffered from oetarrh fc > r many yenrn ,
but since I hare boon taklag Pa-ru-na. I feel
f ctron ; and well. I would advise all people
' to try Pe-ru-na. As K us d Pe-ru-na and-
; Man-a-lln while I w a paisiag through tbe
change of life , I am poslUrely conrlnced
1 your beneficial remedies have rellaved me
from all my Ills. "
Pe ru-nn has raided more women from
beds of sickness and set tbem to work again
than any other remedy. Pelvic catarrh is
the bane of womankind. Prun.i Is the
bane of catarrh In all forms and stages.
Mrs. Col. Hamilton , Columbus , O. , says : "I
I recommend 1'e-r.u-na to women , believing it
' to be especially beneficial to them. "
Send for a free baoJc written by Dr. Hartman -
man , entitled "Health and Beauty. " Ad-
1 dress Dr. Unrtmaii , Columbus , O.
Remember that cboiera morbus , chol
era infantum , summer complaint , bilious
colic , diarrhoea and d/n tery arc each
and all catarrh of the bowela. Catarrh Is
the only correct same for these aftec-
tions. Pe-ru-na Is an absolute specific
for these ailmenta , vrhlch are so coimnon.
in summer. DC. llnrtman , in a practice
of over forty yeur , ner r loat a single
case of cholera iufantum , dysentery ,
diarrhoea , or cholera morbus , and his
Pe . Tb-ose dasir-
only remedy was rn-na. - -
ing further particular * should siid for a
free copy of "Summer Catarrh. " Ad
dress Dr. IJartman , Columbus , Ohio.
FINED FOR WINNING HIS CASE.
Out West It Is Not Conaidcr d Proper
to Defend llorae Tbl voe.
. "When I graduated from the knv
school , " said the old laATyer , with a
reminiscent smile , " ! took Horace Gree-
ley's advice aud ATent West. I located
in a little toAvn that then was on the
frontier and AA-aited with the confidence
of youth for clients.
"Before I had fairly opened my office
I was retained to defend a man for
stealing a horse. This elated me vary
much , for I was not aware at the time
that the case had been refused by all
the other lawyers in town , as defend
ing a horse thief \vaa not a thing to be
desired if a man valued hifl life.
"The case came to trial before an old
Judge and a jury composed of beAvhis-
kered ram-hera. There was 110 doubt
that the man Araa guilty , but he had a
number of friend * who Avere Avilliug to
swear to anything , and I thought that
1t Avas my duty to make tbe best possi
ble use of them. They wera all willing
to. swear that the defendant Avas forty
miles away from the spot when the
horse was stolen , and th prosecution
was unable to break doATn their testi
mony. I saAV that I AVSUS going to free
my client , so it Aras with u satisfied air
that I saw the jary learicg the room
to prepare their verdict.
"They were back in fhve minutes , and
the old judge aked them if tbey had
succeeded in arriving & 4 a verd4ct
" 'We hev , ' aa tr red ' the foreman ,
as he shifted tlva gun ha carried on his
hip. 'We find ths defends * not guilty ,
an' recommend1 tbe defendant's law
yer , owin' to his youth and Innocence ,
to the mercy of the court * '
"While I Avaa gwsplng for breath the
Judge fined mo $500 , and suspended
sentence long enough fc * me to get out
of town. It wasn't lav , but I didn't
stop to argue the matter. "
"Pauline didn't break her heart eve ?
that faithless man , after aiL"
"No : she convinced herself that If
she had married him he would hare
tyrannized over her dreadfully. "
fapp f Bother
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BIG RELIGIOUS MEET.
IMMENSE THRONG ATTENDS ENDEAVOR -
Christian Workers from All States
and Canada Arc Present Detroit Bida
All Hearts * Welcome-Old OOicersRe-
elected Year's Progress Reviewed.
Fifteen thousand Christian Endenvor-
ers ntti'iidhig the eighteenth annual in
ternational convention at Detroit march
ed into Tent Endeavor on the opening
night singing hymiis and waving the flags
symbolical of their order. Officials of the
society announced from the speakers'
stand that this meeting established a neAV
record for a Christian Endeavor conven
tion , both in numbers and enthusiasm.
Fringed about the thousands who were
seated within the canvas auditorium were
other thousands who tiptoed and pressed
over and against their neighbors in their
anxiety to see and to hear. From the
moment the great audience rose and sang
the ilrst inspiring song to the last dying
strain of the orchestra that played dur
ing the reception following the set pro
gram , through the thousands of people
ran an indescribable exulting flood of re
At sundown long wavering lines of
young folks from various directions cross
ed the green fields about the white-tented
city , all converging toward Tent En
deavor , beneath whose broad , spreading
canvas the welcoming rally was held. The
crowds poured in through the four en
trances on each side and down the six
broad sawdnst covered aisles , until the
great tent's capacity of 10,000 was filled ,
after which a crowd of outsiders obtain
ed sight and hearing through a dropping
of the tent walls at each side.
The Christian Endeavor red and white
was suspended in hundreds of broad
streamers from the lofty roofs of the
eaves. Flags of all nations , draped with
the Stars and Stripes , hung overhead at
intervals. The coat of arms of the States
were attached to the tent poles. The
Christian Endeavor monogram shone
from large red and white electric globes
over the resonator , suspended above the
speaker's platform. Higher up the union
jack and the Stars and Stripes intermin
Great Choir Furnishes Music.
A thousand white-capped young men
and maids composed the choir on the big
stage , the front of which was occupied
by the officers and clergy.
Promptly at 7:30 o'clock arose the
swelling strains of "The Son of God Goes
Forth to War , " followed by "There Shall
Be Showers of Blessing , " "Onward ,
Christian Soldiers , " etc. , in all of which
the great crowd enthusiastically joined.
Devotional exercises were led by Rev.
J. G. Butler of Washington.
The welcome of the local committee
was extended by William II. Strong , its
chairman. Mr. Strong dwelt upon the
beauties of Detroit and greeted the dele
gates not only on behalf of the local
Christian Endeavor societies , but also on
behalf of the young people's religious so
cieties , allied to special denominations ,
which had collaborated in all efforts of
the general committee , llev. Charles B.
Newman eloquently welcomed the con
vention in behalf of Detroit pastors. May
or Mayberry also welcomed the En
Orcetinjj from Foreign I/anda.
Xoxt on the program came responses
in behalf of Endeavorers from foreign
lands. As Rev. William Patterson of To
ronto came forward to speak for Canada
some one struck up "God Save the
Quoen. " The Canadians on the platform
took up the strain and in a moment the
huge tent was reverberating with the
swelling chorus of the British anthem.
The friendly relations between Canada
and the United States , particularly with
reference to religious matters , formed
the burden of Dr. Patterson's address.
Rev. Dr. H. J..Tressider , secretary of
the London council of Christian Endea
vor , answered the greetings in behalf of
Great Britain. ' "Perish the mad dream , "
said he , "that a conflict should over come
between our two countries. It is the
work and the duty of the Christian En
deavorers to make impossible such an
For AustraJia response was made by
Rev. Joseph Walker of Queensland ; for
China , by Rev. Elwood G. Tewksbury , a
missionary in the vicinity of Pekin ; for
Turkey , by Rev. Lyndon S. Crawford ,
for many years a missionary in that coun
try ; for Japan , by Rev. Otis Carey ; for
Mexico , by Rev. C. Scott Williams , and
for the United States by Rev. Arthur X
Smith of Georgia.
Trustees Review the Year.
At the meeting of the trustees the busi
ness before the United Society Avas quick
ly transacted. Treasurer Shaw's report
showed expenditures during the -fiscal
year of $ JC7S , and § 332 now in the treas
ury. The report of George B. Graff of
Boston , agent of the publishing depart
ment , under whose direction the Chris
tian Endeavor World is published , show
ed cash on hand at the beginning of the
fiscal year , June 1 , 1S9S , $1,110 ; receipts
during the year , $07,930 ; expenditures ,
$ OGG2S ; cash on hand , $2,439. The
Western office of the publishing depart
ment , located at Chicago , reported expen
ditures of $12,303 , and $004 now in its
The old officers of the United Society
were unanimously re-elected upon recom
mendation of the' nominating committee ,
as follows : President , Rev. Dr. Francis
E. Clark ; secretary , John Willis Baer ;
treasurer , William Shaw , all of Boston.
Representatives on the board of trus
tees of the United Society Avere elected
from each State , territory and the prov
inces of Canada.
The Moon May Come Back.
Professor Darwin of Cambridge pro
phesies that the moon will ultimately
return to the earth , whence itwas cast
off in the remote past.
Says the Negro Is the Missirijj Link.
Rev. Gottlieb C. H. Hosskarl , D. D. ,
pastor of the Second Lutheran church
of Chambersburg , Pa. , has undertaken
to prove by scriptural history that the
negro is not descended from Adam and
Eve , and Is not of the progeny of Ham ;
but Is Darwin's missing link. He af
firms that the negro's main superiori
ty over the gorilla , orang-outang and
baboon is that he utters sounds that
could be imitated and understood by"
All preparations have been made at the
War Department to enlist the full pro
visional army of 35,000 men , Avhich will
make in all 100,000 men under arms. It
is the intention of the officials to call for
ten more regiments after the twelve or
ganizations now being recruited are filled.
When enough men have been enlisted to
give those organizations their full quotas
it AA-ill be giA-eu out by the department
that five more regiments will be enlisted ,
making twenty-seven in all , which is the
number authorized by Congress. In fact ,
there will be no cessation of enlistments ,
but from this time on all able-bodied men
Avho present themseh-es AA'ill be accepted
until the army reaches its maximum
strength of 100,000. Recruits for the new
volunteer regiments must be from IS to
35 years of age , at least five feet four
inches high , and weigh from 120 to 190
pounds. Recruiting officers haA'e author
ity to overlook a variation of ten pounds
in weight and a fraction of an inch in
height and chest measurement. Owing to
the character of the service expected the
physical qualifications of the men will be
closely scrutinized. Married men will not
be permitted to enlist in the new force
except in certain exceptional cases , by
special permission from headquarters ,
when it is shown to , be for the direct ben
efit of the serA'ice.
Grave apprehension exists among army
surgeons as a result of reports received
during the last twenty-four hours from
Santiago. The yellow fever epidemic
which threatens that province was anti
cipated some time ago , although the dread
of the doctors has been carefully conceal
ed and no mention of it has been alloAved
to get into the reports given out at the
War Department. Some time ago the de
partment Avas advised that the conditions
at Havana and at Santiago Avere nor
such , even now , as to assure the troops
and people there immunity from conta
gious diseases. It Avas said the system df
sanitation adopted was inadequate , and ,
coming as it did after the long period of
utter disregard of all the rules of public
health , it Avas not to be expected the
yelloAV fever could be kept out. There
have been a number of deaths , most of
them so sudden that the day which brings
the first news of disability often brings
later the notice of death. Three officers
have died of the disease in as many days.
The surgeons report that they are making
heroic efforts to stay the spread of the
contagion , which has gained a strong
Rear Admiral Sampson has received a
body blow from an unexpected quarter ,
and is to be deprived of his admiral's pay
from Aug. 10 , Avlien he was appointed by
the President in advance of Schley , to the
adjournment of Congress. Acting Con
troller of the Treasury Mitchell ha held
Chat as the Senate did not confirm the
President's appointment he can draw no
pay as such , but only since his regular
appointment under the naAal personnel
bill , by Avhich he becomes junior to
Schley. The Controller decides an ad
vancement in rank is not complete unti' '
confirmed by the Senate , and hence nc
pay can accrue until the promotion is
legally completed. This decision will tend
to stop the Samp ou-Schley controversy ,
for if Sampson is barred out of his extra
pay there would be no advantage in re
opening the matter , as he is HOAV a rear
admiral in good standing , and draws pay
as such , although still junior to Schley.
The revival of the story that the Wai
Department has let army clothing con
tracts to SAveat shops in the large cities ,
notably at Philadelphia , is pronounced
by army quartermasters absolutely un
true. * Xo large contracts for made uni
forms haAe been awarded lately , and all
those Avhich are let have a provision that
the work is to be done in factories. Inspectors
specters are employed to observe closely
the methods of the contractors , and a re
port that a manufacturer is having his
"finishing" done outside his plant leads
to a rejection of the material.
Under the system adopted by the War
Department , the volunteer regiments wiil
be national in character , and yet each
command Avill be made up of men from
the same locality , so the regiments Avill
haAe the necessary local pride in their
identity. There Avill be stragglers in all
the regiments , but as a rule the men Avill
be near neighbors and there Avill be good-
natured rivalry in seeing Avhich section of
the country is first in filling up its regi
ment. The first regiment to be fully or
ganized and drilled AA'ill stand the best
chance of an early call for active duty.
Col. David B. Henderson , the prospec
tive Speaker , called upon the President
the other morning by appointment , and
remained at the White House for more
than an hour. When he left he declined
to talk about his conference with the
President. Col. Henderson still adheres
to his belief that there \vftl not be an early
session of Congress.f
Told in a Few lanes.
Mr. Fife and daughter killed by a train
at Clinton , Mass.
Judge refused to quash indictments
against Wardner rioters.
Jasper Temple , Tompkinsville , Ky. ,
killed by a man named * Atkins.
Eight persons were injured in a wreck
on the P. & W. , near RenfreAV , Pa.
Steamer Rio de Janeiro brought $453-
000 of opium to 'Frisco from Hong Kong.
Solomon Bernstein , Rahway , X. J. , had
a "moonshine still" in a fine residence.
Captured by the officers.
Arthur Hauser , now in Mexico , is
wanted in Toledo. He is said to have six
The posse which has been trailing the
train robbers in Montana has given up
While drilling a gas well at Chatham ,
Ohio , an arrow point was found at the
depth of 1,502 feet.
Vanderbilts have secured control of the
Boston and Albany Railroad , which gives
them an opening into New England.
Frank Cook , colored , swung to eternity
in Birmingham , Ala. Jxilled a conductor.
ROW AT THE PEACE CONGRESS.
The Husband of an American Girl May
Have to Fijrht One or More Duels.
The peace congress at The Hague has
developed many rows that may eventu
ally lead to something more serious. It
is not unlikely that a duel or tAvo Avill
result from this gathering , where every
thing was supposed to move along peace
fully and harmoniously. Rechid Bey ,
secretary to the head of the Turkish del
egation , figures prominently in one of
these quarrels and is after the scalp of a
couple of Turkish and Armenian reform
ers who tried to get the conference to
stop the Sultan from butchering Arme
nians. Rechid is very close to the Sultan
and this stirred up his Turkish bloodto
such a degree that he challenged the two
reformers. Duelling is against the laAvs
of Holland and , anyway , would hardly
fit in a peace congress , so the reformers
were expelled from the country and are
now in Paris AA'aiting for Rechid Bey to
come along and fight them.
The prospective dueling is of interest
to Americans principally because the AA'ife
of Rechid Bey is a Yankee girl. She is
Miss Edith Collins , once the ward of
Chauncey M. Depew , and her marriage
to Rechid Bey , Count CzaykoAVski , in
1S97 , in Paris , occasioned considerable
surprise. It Avas rumored at one time
that she Avas to marry her guardian. She
is finely educated , strikingly beautiful and
is very Avealthy. Her husband is a bril
liant diplomat , an adviser to the Sultan
uul has a handsome fortune. He has a
fiery temper , however , as the incident
WIND CITY IS GONE.
Fcourjie of Scurvy Depopulates an
Alaskan Miiiinsr Settlement.
The news Avas brought to Seattle ,
Wash. , by the steamer City of Topeka
that AVind City , on the Wind river , the
third south branch of the Peel , Avas a
scurvy camp during the Avinter , and that
a score of miners have perished. It was
late in January when the last report Avas
received from the pest camp by miners
crossing the Rocky Mountains on the
way to DaAvson. These finally got
through with the news. They did not
luiA-e a list of the dead , but the following
were not expected to live Avhen the mes
senger left : Dr. J. B. Mason , Chicago ;
W. C. Cuch , San Francisco ; Dr. Martin ,
dentist , Chicago ; EdAvard Harris ,
All Avere very sick with the dread arc
tic disease. Harris had to have a leg
amputated from freezing , and Mitchell
was suffering from a broken leg. The
miners were the only ones left in Wind
City. They sent out an Indian to secure
-instance. He said the men Avere unable
to care for themselves , and that none ox-
ected to live.
Wind City Avas started last September ,
when about seventy-five miners who had
been trying to reach DaAvson over the
Edmonton trail gathered there and built
winter quarters. A number of substan
tial cabins went up , and when Avinter
settled down Wind City became a liA'ely
place. The AA'hirl of social affairs \vas
varied and interesting. For four months
the miners at Wind City had just as good
a time as the miners in any other part of
Alaska. Nothing Avent seriously wrong
until one morning several of the miners
were struck doAvn with the scurvy. They
were folloAved by several others. The
pestilence seemed to strike the camp all
at once. Soon half of the seventy-five
people there were stricken Avith the dis
ease. Then came the undoing of Wind
City. Those of the miners who could
move loaded their sleds and turned their
cabins over to the less fortunate. With
words of good cheer all round , parties set
off , one by one , over the SUOAV and ice.
Death helped to depopulate Wind City
The scurvy seemed to be particularly
fatal. The medicine which Mr. Mason
had was soon exhausted and when he
Avas stricken down himself he had noth
ing left to take. There were no vegeta
bles in the camp and no source from
which fresh ones could be secured. There
is a graveyard at Wind City Avhere the
bodies of fifteen or tAventy men lie in
testimony of the terrible price some had
to pay for gold. In the outlying cabins
several dead men have nothing but frozra
blankets for their coffins. They died af
ter all the Avell men left the camp , and
there is no one to bury them.
Wife of "Jimmy" Michaels , London ,
nas secured a divorce.
Prof. Mnzzoni believes the Pope will
live to see the ncAv century.
Clara Ward Rigo is about to launch a
society journal in Cairo , Egypt.
Fred M. Kerns , Parson" . W. Va. , goes
up for life for killing Lucy Day.
Hoisting tub fell in a mine , Jopliu , Mo. ,
killing Alex. Sharp of Millport , Ohio.
George BarroAA' , Xew York kidnaper , is
working on the stone pile , Sing Sing.
Grand stand burned at Topeka , Kan. ,
races. Unknown man burned to death.
German reichstag has formally adopted
the treaty with Spain for the Carolines.
I. M. WoodAA-ard , Jr. , Roanoke , Va. ,
shot himself to death. Ill health.
Ball players arrested in Buffalo for
playing Sunday ; found not guilty.
Severe electrical storm visited Gallipo- ,
lis , Ohio. Two barns burned. Loss $4-
Degree of LL. D. conferred on Rear
Admiral Schley by Georgetown Univer
Pending the" court's decision , automo-
bites AA-ill be allowed to run in Chicago
Second immunes mustered out , Camp
Meade. The Nineteenth is the only regi
Detroit people will probably vote on the
question of municipal ownership of street
Off th Trnrlc.
"John has 5 oranges , James gave him
11 , and he gives Peter 7 ; how many
has he left ? "
Before this problem the class recoil
"Please , sir'said a young lad , "wo
always does our sums in apples. " Tit-
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One * iz smaller after using Allen's Foot-
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"Mamma and I are not on speaking
"How distressing. "
"She vrent and toW Harry that 1
trimmed all my own hats before we
were married. "
Manila Hemp Not Hemp at All.
On of the most valuable products of
our wnr possessions , the Philippine Isl
ands , ia what is called Manila hemp ,
whUh ia not hemp at all , but i obtained
from a plant belonging to tha plantain
family. Trees of thrte years' growth
yield only about two-thirds of a pound of
fibie each ; a bale of 1TTO pounds , there
for * , represents the three years' produc
tion of about 400 trees The Deering
twine mills at Chicago consume an im
mense amount of this fibre , manufactur
ing one-third of all the binder twine used
No .Intellectual Gran p.
"That professor says that Shak-
speare's women are not intellectual. "
"Of course not. Look at Ophelia ,
going out in the woods and picking
flowers when she might have made
Hamlet buy them for her. "
Hall's Catarrh Cure
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Jones Are you going to pay me that
Smith Not just yet.
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Many people arc Biff shadows of their
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Moth I'atche-i , Ita-u. ami Skis
s , and e erj blemish oi
kbea'ity ami ilefle <
ildettcUon. H haj
I/stood / tl e tftt ol Lt
. year ? , and ia so
harmle-s we to.-te 11
to be sure tt J- < I > TOJ >
crly ra < lc Ai' pt
no e junterftit ot
ciHii'ur naiu * Ur I.
A. Savre vi.il to a
ladj of thf huut-toq
( a pattT.t ; AsjoO
ladies frill u'i- them ,
11 recommend "G jur-
I aud - rrain' ua tb
/.If nt harmful of all
the ' kin pn-panu
tlon ? " For sate by
all DnsRlrts ana
Fansy-Goodi Dealers IB the U. S. . Canada. * and Europe.
FERD. T. HOPKINS. J'rop'r , ZJ Great Jones bt. , N Y.
I RnirCThfl Periodical Montniy Kesulator never
LnUILw falliwrU forrreel > oxeDclose4clnM'inp3.
New Yors Chemical Co. . Bos 70. Milwaukee \Vn
THIS FAPEK ra w mo TO
S. C. N. U. - 28-90
CURES WHERE ALL ELSE F/UlS / :
Best Cough &yrnp. Tastes Good- Usa
In time. Sold br drwrzlata.
Guts Repair Expenses In Two ,
"iff There are many reasons why the Ideal is
the most economical mower on the market :
Tli IDEAL saves tine by catting more m a
L. day than any othr.
The IDEAL. "ares Mwer by transmitting it
direct from wheels to kaites throu H simple
Th IDEAL safes horse flesh by virtue
. of cvnaiae bicycle bearinpa , which
l ss a th s4raft to a minimnm.
fc * ISiKAL saTes hay by giving
tha soond a clean , close shave.
.Tu , power , hosse flesh and
' h j represent monfy. The
IDEAL saresaH. The
repair bill for the SSs. .
i s revelcion
' to those who
bava woTried Ihrotwb past hanrsts iriii the wrongiy-constnicted ,
breaking-down kind. Tbe WEAL cuts repair expenses in two.
OEERIMG HARVESTER CO. , Chicago.
"IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T
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