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1 .'«'< tiwtt eaah , . .paftyMMb IW*WBB>WWBB' 4 . 9MM «*»*«* • a»lt «-* •**•* * Y*e» ***» Away . „ . •fes want to H» mt*«o oaini •^''JS? *^\ IWll F«K BMHUlOOd, V» m*d* I** 11 * '^-^^leTfell at new Hf* as d v&jor. je, th* .wonder-worker that _ teles day*. Over «»^ cared. Ba y S&Be * from TOO' ow n drwasiet. tndo r ga*-«araste*t»cor*. )*>**'^n*mp> * Address Kter-ie*. fiemedy Co., Chicago York. • ' rn^S»tryp«Sriwawip«TO«n«itlreirrj<L So if Facts From the Annual Report oJ Secrattry Morton. WE CAN SUPPLY THE WORLD. A T**» rj-.tt*etng Mdt*re o f th * o t bur Vassal n s A*f»t»a-—A Bre-lletltan Tfca* W* Alkali tea* H* l a a «***ttJ** . to raratok th* w#rM Wit* tree***** • * ts* .Ifj3wsa«»»«-~1*r Oaa«m—1tnT Wasatjroro-., D. C. (Speeial).-I n h i fourth annual repori, ^i**t*r y o t Agtieul- lure J . Sterling Morten ikon that with #3*3,0K>, which ma y Ha saved trot* tb * ajh propriatloai for th * esrren* nseal jaar , tlwre will bat e baas covered back into rbeTMes - ory atae* Man* T. IMS, over M,000,CK»L That this great economy was wffeeted with- out an y lost of efficiency b e mtribnte* ta a large degree to tb e improvement tn ta * per-- sonaet of ttta form under elvtt service rules. •a ja^^^^^^ iBaaaaBBBBa' \WJa^aaai * 'Wha^aa'aaBaBfai awa^. WrtnaJoW* 9ooUitng Syrup tor children win s ooile. ar. a. now o - Wjna btttos* or costive, ea t a Cajear«. aaia^caJharttg. car* yaaxantaad, H)c.. »c. . Ringing Holm i a th e ear*, sometimes a rosnng , ImssiB* sound, or snapping tin* th * re- aacl of a pistol, ara eaused by catarrh, fia t exceedingly disagreeable and . very 'sneamon disease. Loss ot emeil or beer- tag *-*o resorts from emarrb. Hood's aatraparlila, tb e Croat blood purifier, ta a peculiarly aseeesafnl remedy lor this waieh It cores by purifying th e If yo u •offer from catarrh, try Mood's - Sarsaparilla best—la fact the On* True Sltwud purifier. 1 •.-It,*. HIMA »f» th e best after-dinner 11 0 1 rlM ptlfa. «\ headache, flfc. Ito Typtea l lnertean Saw. . Yom rarel y w» a ain b noa e in the Uait«4 States . The American organ W P«tly Roman and partl y Bed ln- ttiaa. The nobl e earage au a floe nqailin e nose , an d yon wil l »e e Ameri - MBC o f no particula r note with note* . that engpea t the Last o f the Mohican* . and als o the bridge tha t was defended by Horatins . Englishmen, on the other hand , ax e jpite. Jsjigsifioant shout the nose . \As a rale, i t is no in- 'dace o f character , an d in Inter lif e i t i s Wejtel y something to snore with . Here sad there yon meet a man whose nose 1 » •ahp>-poe t tha t point s to glory, and i»» a Satkmal ohaiaoteristi o to use ta* nose a s a musica l instrument in a j—nnsr which, i n America , would be considered ill rbred. Bat I fea r tha t iu the presenc e o f th e transatlanti c proboscis w e most hid e oar diminishe d boeee an d ge t wha t comfor t we mat e t o f the^prominenee o f the Anglo- j xon baldnead.—London Sketch. Qs* Benito. wMeb UiftTsaoiw lorAan 9x*»- •tie * wftb a enaleMi n o f •*»' tons aada o»s » e t tartjMtuaa man. wa s 4rt««a mhei* tw o mtlesnartb of Poin t Arams, OaUtorais, hi nhenfTiBela. rttm of tbaaraw wara drewtwd an d te a otb« n ware piekad o p by th e vmmmt Pmk Ares*. Th e Cantata an a twenty •are a otaa were left eUairUur t o th e rlflina*, wttb sHurbt topas of tftalrliatac saved. Tbs tssaai wtll baa totalio« . Th e drowaad are- f . ConJkm, aaouod a»- atateataiiaHBeafr^oeeaxanaa: K , IhmlenpMt. TJba Ran Bsaita eaaoantarsd ft lMW*Tsoatb> east cal * wttb a drtvUM rata wbe a off Pol»t Area*, and It Is mwooead that CaotaiB Reslib teat few heartatpi owtwr t o tb e tblek waatbw. Wkaa th e vassal atraeit a a effort *m mad* ta hwHHh te a botia. Th e Nest on*, eontaln- ~lnit llntJtartiies r tteett and biaeonioMloae, waS'an|iaiasA, and all ware' drowsed* T* e aatoad boat, la eoatmand o f CntatBa- fteee r Wood, wtrft nin e otbats o n board.wa» mot * saiisssafBl, and set * afioaJt naUtolekad •» b y tb e steamar Polat Are**, Tb e otber boat* waes nasbad t o ptees* after taarlait tbe dastts. an d ttoa e oa hoard war* oUInd t o taketotberta«t«xforsafety , a s neae y •*» war* broaklwt ove r tb e daek*. and tb e eoHlar. rradaaJH* ssttMnK dow n tip- o n tb « rpefcs, broke l a two amtdablpa. Th a rout Ar<tts was naaMot o aapwao h •hawraek oaaeaerotot ttte blitb seas raa nine , and so- amtstaao* eoal d b e randere.1 from shore, a s tb * eottttr wa s fnW* a n etsbtb at a miW Mwn tb * naateat jxrtal of land.' A lUaeaTiajt crew with a roeset «u a -warn ftratmonedfrom Point arenaitrattaa. bnttbe Kna woal d not oerry far raoaitb t o mebtb* i wreok. H J Tom IriuntJitod uid milionj Worth H rrOpftfty Lost* TRAINS STORM AND SROW BOUND A wieesa a^tasaial nwoaws Oeor teasseiw^aa** er a Waebiavto a aadi Krlttoh CMaasbl* ^lUeera OeaMSeer Vbats Mash * mmmttm^ r. w«a*>n«n*ta4a t asmat UuuMKbl ton*. ^^miysfcUied oSotal s to &*• •«* !*•» MasanjieMBast wa s mad* tbat tb * •*•*bad *Bnetnt«d tb e Be*. 1*r, ****** 9>o*tr 1 _a*atorof ib*Oinra b otttenVsws d «ac«sT*»T *. sVsaunt*'m»sT09. •H - ha s jost made his last asoual report on the Department ot Ajtricuttore.) Oa»mor » rtep, HajMetarJ^MortOB deem* seoNoary t o oompiete tb* tystete of eiril »er- .tice t.o bts department. Tbl s i«\tbe appotat- Rieot of a permanent -*0tr*etor in ebarire ot bareaasan 4 acteoilfio taT«»tlffatft«^^wbo »b*II b e destffnsied t o serve a* Aettnjr Secre- tary to oaae of tb s abaenoi eimattaneoiwly of the Secretary and aeslsUs t Seerretary- The ia»p*ctlon o t aehn*t« Intended for food 1* treated o t at length. SlrtMortoa' arc-* that Oo'varntnent ln»p«!i»on sbonltl be of operation*. Toe»p*otar.!» Is lli'.*na »n (adlgaant at Weyler'sStuttritity t o (r™-«h ttie,lB*Brreetl*!« in Pioar del Bio, « a I mii'miri ara beard. All-are despondent la Htf»-.,% an d eoasidar the outlook gloomy. At i he rnwtlOB t o take putt lath e poptMar lean »H»p*lb n o »p* 8 wa* nhovn. -Ail held baek, an d only tbrottitb tb e preeeare ot th-» rt*tt Oa**m<lrr.^ __ •a'bo was present, tSo.Wtt wa* r»i»e>t * » * free M^d\»Tto\sH*ntm7AVBteB^ed\fo^ ^ a <*ot *« bean added food, whether for eoasamwi« n la tbe United **«**• tootai w Batt.. * pfo»to« M hanker. •m VMEMaWCnVnWbbMiBV aWHMiaT^ CWatn# H -JmWNmlJP* wbtcb swept Nortbwestern Wsablngton aw t Britlab Ootambta tor foHy-alfbt bos M wa s tbe most ester * t a the aMorT of tbaeoaslrr . UU estimated tbat lb * damatat o raUroads alone in Westers Wsabla«ton wtll eseaad •SOO.Oen. an d tbs ' lo w t o pHest * property wtll be retry a s freat. Th a *tt*' ws * abeb- laielyeba t off from eom m inleailon by tsj> wttb th e obtstd* world, aa d from mtdsi«bt aanday slfb t unUt abont « o'eioob Tnasday afternoon all tb * tsiesrap b Unas wore pats - : lysad. Tbe eaantered a b*t * Isndallda tb* e etera slope of tb * Oaeea>t*s, and- re- lattted to tssoms. A lew mites beyea d awajr. Th e PprtTand btaneb of tb * Mtntnesn Paettte wa s Itkaertaa disabled by • btg: bend* •ilda In OowMts Valley, Bltr mil** som b of Taoama, Tb e Oraat Northern BaUwmy la ihebeaetast eattersr, an d all It* Uaea oa ibis aid* o f tb * Onoeades ar* t a a deptorsbl* eon* dstloa. Prom Bsabomlsb t c Kkyhomtsb i n the Caaead* Moontatn*. a disunMo l flfty- tw o mil**, tb * road will nraetlaaUr bar * t o beretmllt, aslbnron d be * Ne n nearly all ewept awa y as d lb * trld*es waabad oat, At I a lea tb * big railroad bridjt* was swept . from Its pters an d earne d downth a *kjr» bomtsb River tor a dtetane* of ball a mU«v At SeobomtsbOtiy tb * rteer Is bMtber tha* ever before Known, beiay bomstt t o te n mtieo wtdatn pises*. Th e wuerltorar a foot d**p la tb* Oraat Sorthero ><*pot, wb|«n •taada e^rnt- feet* *bo*e tb * br**l of to * traek. Steamers ortthwd abont oe- r fAralSAds, piekinjf o p raaebem* an d «to«k», Moani Veraoa, in »ka«*t Oonaty, la t a • sad ptiffbt, tb e Skaret Rteer betojt nnpr*e*4«nt> ediy blfb , and tb * dykes ar* abont t o Ktre way. tablleh headquarter; near Artewtoa, a t tbe j ' Artm m «ttta«*.!» *ad* r water, an d tb» estate pilar, wbteb b e elaim* u • better' base [ B^^ ^^ Olympta marabee are tanndatad, Bea^ W^r**M*r, at***., tob* rsoto ^n^Onliwreity, Wasblaetoa, l a •ton t o B^op Joh n 3. leaa* . Dr. ts atesebe r an d a n editor of * ween y if Mfitms Jssnis' . . Asotbero f tb * ra^ po*to4b M I * Alaska has been serahlhAad b y tb * creation o t tb* . THIRTEEN JttlMDa&D BLU Waytof a March Throas b rttmr 4*1 Rt o Atieade l WH S ItarJabif*. It Is ettrrenity adgMtted tbat CapUto-cies- eral Weyler of Cttha bu failed in bts east pal** e*-njn*t lb * Co ban iosttrgent teadot\ Jtaeort. * Thou«h n o aeettrate data are ob- tainable a* t o the latter\* (net<»t!tmts, atire- ports atrree that b e hi i dlttd» t hie rorcw iato sntal! tao'l*. wh o bar*** th e Bfmoteh troops, bat present o n ebanoe for pUenof battlea or deoWre resolts. Oeneral Warier smareh M bat e b»ea pain- fnl, an d bi s soldiers b*re «tsffwrMS great hardship*. la«On»Bqa»aretmn*otdl*n b»t * been sent to ('natelarla Hi. M'»t » t Oeserei Weyter's staff are ill, nm& sr» retoralac t« Haraoa. B e »!*» Is fal]fnxb«<*k, so d Wtll '*- st I>r*», wttb semne l *- Her**,. M#er. Tb * oJkm totwesty-etnht mtta* aorth or Onilkai an d 1 M mile* routbeast of ^sseaa . A Imtof lb * Cimtreswuen fleet ha s baa* madaaa . ft abows ths t 4 * tb * ***« Bone* Iba Bopaattaans wtll bat e * *wlor**y owe * » otatjMbr* * trotaa. T**r* will b e a goW staadard majortlyof forty-eeres. B. B lords* . rVestdent of Mand atastord Cntwesltr, wb o le s member of tbeeomtn**- «i*n sopoista d t > mak e a **|*«tiietn*eMc* * ttonoftsefsreesl Osbwrtas, ha* arrl»ed I s t was nwnewt aetant y «ttbo « '*-*•*- fjp*ent •ami t * •*** * _ r feto Tb. •paetator.m w tam^sBaw**' THE BLUES. A GRAPHI C DESCRIPTION O F THE DREADFU L FEELtNQ . w/ftat u Mean* b y Thla Yor m o f Aewto HJecry-Wher e Poetox s Vslss Wtetabea. tflien * cbecrfnl . brsro, llght-besxte d woman !• suddenl y plunged into thst perfectio n o f misery , tb e sums, i t i s s ss£t picture . It in nsnslly thi s way:— \. She has bee n feelin g *' ont o f sorta 1 ' fo r some time ; hea d ass ached , nnt back also ; ha s slept poorly ; been quit e nervous, an d •early fainte d ones o r twiee; head dixzy , and heart has Best rery Skat ; then tha t bearing-dow n feeling . Her docto r says , \ cheSr^op, yon har e dyspepsia ; you'l l b e al l right soon. \ But ah e doesn' t get \ al l right. \ She grows worse day b y dny.-till al l at onc e she realize s that a distressin g femal e complaint i s established . Her docto r has made a mistake . , 8he has los t fait h i n him; hop e ran - fahes; then comes the brooding , mor - bid , melancholy, everlastin g suns. Bur doctor , i f he knew, should have told her an d cure d her , but he di d not , 'an d ah e was allowed to suffer. By ebance »h e cnas e acros s one o f Mrs . Plnkham's books , and i n i t she found her very symptoms describe d and an explanatio n o f what the y meant. Then she wrote t o Mrs . Pinkham, st Lynn, Has*., fo r advice , feelin g that she was telling he r tremble * t o s woman. Speedy relie f followed , and vigorou s health returned . Lydis E . Finkham* Vegetabl e Com - pound instantl y asserts-rtt s curativ e powers i n al l thos e peculia r ailments o f women. It has bee n th e standb y 'of intelligen t America n women fo r 'twent y years, and the stor y recite d above i s the tru e experienc e o f hun - dreds o f women, whose letter s o f gratitude are to b e foun d on file i n Mrs . Pinkham* librsry . State* or abroad, ba t b e maintain* tbat the coat of this inspect ton »bottt9~ be - paid by the paokers. Ot live meat •rriviag ta tbe Catted K(t>«r>!.>a> darla s th e Bret #tx months of ISftt, tb * Oolt^d States supplied 75.10 per cent, of tbe rattle an d tint per ©en*, of the *beep. Tbe testlmoay of the department repreeeotatlve* abroad la ihat oat tie from tb e linMed State* arrive In EacHab ports In •xe*U*at eo a Utloe. Amerka a paeker* are not periMpaJtJur in the proftt* of tb * erowtb i n eonaemntlon of swine flesh and no * prodnets l a Oraat Brit- aiBasmnebaatbe y o«*bt t<% beesse e tb*v do not enr* m»rt» t o wilt tlte Britlab demand. Oa lb* otse r hand, Daalsb sa d Canadian, paekass ar* taeraaaisg tbatr abtpmests •eer y year. American baoon av-rsit** abont tw o eeot* per ponod baiow Conilaeatal sa d Irbb baooa, an d about three below Kojtltab, Tb * shipment of Ameriean home* to Keg- land Is deadity Increasing, is t**S On* Britain took 13,737 Ameriean bpiees, nearly 33,000 I D 1*S4, *s d MjflftNsHlMfc bardwr- fait tb e first nine moot ha of 19*5 more Amer- ican boraea were snipped Into England than In sa y previous twelve moot ft*. Tbe seeds dtatrtboted sratnttoosly by tb * Government dartng tn e present fiscal year welghe ] 330 ton*, and oceupled tblrty malt ears in transit. Tb * east o f earryte* tbetn throujtb tb e mat is was over »T0.0O0. Bnooan *eed was seat out iRratnttoosty to plant Hi •qoare miles of garden. Bae b Coa<tressraaa receive 1 enong b l o plant tS$ii aerni. For the ourrent year, at preeeat prteee, th e amount required by Congress to be ripead - ed in th e purebasa of se*J will make «*eh Caagreasmaa'* qnoto double what It was last vear. The Seoratary calls this a n nnneees- »ary and wasteful «sp*ndi!ar» of p«ibHe mooev. an d hopes Congress may i n «o>il time pat a stop thereto. 8e<!retsry Morton refutes the idea prevail- ing tbat th e farms ot tb e West an*»l South are more heavily hardened <rlib moiijrsge* I bun those of the East and Horttiweyt. States atonic the North Atlantic, be says, are <]<itt* heavily incumbered wi m farm mortffair-*, »nd New Jersey-earrfes-a debt ot tbls kta.J jrre*!<»r m propor.loo t o Its farm valuations than an y other State in th e IJntoo. During tb e fiscal year jast .ended th e ex- ported product* of Ameriean furtt\ aattr- S»*n»r tju«**4a» Mayor »l tbeelty . l*lt tbe martin* witbost eootrtboting t o (b * fund. KftwJ* ta other •wtton* of lb * hisn d eoo- tino * mi UK ft U mii tbat tho important town at VtetorH i>» »a* Tana*. i » SaatUuTJ Province, t* bewegml by a «trft*s fore* »f la* *or»r*n-(». Tbe train Jrtartkn* frot* t*ard«n«<i was oblHred to return o a awwoa t of tb * lanr* nuum of reimta irrnewioit th*> line. They are said t o be tb e vnnguart of OOTt-r, wb o Is report«•! already la Santa Ctars Province. marenin* weat. PBSHCETOM DEFEAT S TAtE . Beeal t o f tb e Oraat rNKrtball Xate b l a K*t* T«wk €»•». Princeton defeated Tal<- at football e n Bftntialtaa Pleld, SewTor * City, by a aaor* ot M to ft, Fal) ; 39.0.O persons wlinesaed tbe *aia*. It was a maentnoent $rame throni-boot. Tal* contestiaK every ln.*d of the groasd, - and the strongest men won. AD enormous omvJ *sl i s th e rain sa d sheared ilsalf boars*. Different men mit* mated tb * number won saw tb e sn*n* at v*tr- loui flsures rangin* sit tbe way from %>,£(*} to 100,000. Of acotdent* Jiaere were few tbat were seri- ou>l. Th.-oe Tale *ae»-an>l one Pfin«*etoni»n watt*so hnookeit out that th»>-h*4 to sit e way to~ »uL*Kit!)t9->, out no oo e w*» hxll y InUired. From the time when Yale Sn<*klfy «-«t»re.t her Orst and only ton-bdown. o n B*lr-.i*« blocked pant, an I wo o a «oo.i tb<>r»»fro«i, th* Princeton player* had thin«t» ait tbetr «* o way. The Prinwton seons ws« asadefrom ftrf tooebdowtu, each •wurMl by lb« nam\ (-to- ti.-s of jt-na»bli«f down Tate* rtwh lias t>y mas* movement* an t winnlns gr^t n I by hall Oa<*k work ihrongb the eentm *a l nf jun-' the ends. w r. K u-«t * l WHISKYH*t>tt-eor.!l. ttoattaem is, Br. a. a. woeujn . -tuni, «». rxrr (11 (b'r* WAJ a nliiDK off i n the percentage o l airrioallaral pro>loats exported l o th e totnl e-tport», bat this ws* das t o th e unprece- dented «ie abroad of American manufac- tured jroodsr - The prindpal market for American prod- nets t» found in th e Catted Kingdom of Oreat Britain and her colonies. These Eng- lish speaking people bought 59 per cent, of »IL exports from th e United States In tbe flseWr year 1896. Together with Germany. France. Holland an d Belgium, they par- phased H1.9 per cent, of ou r entire otitput, leaving 18.1 per cent, for th e rest of the world. Secretary Morton a»V» If a Nation which, like the United Mates, possesses th e trreateet power and facilities tor producing and man- afaeturlnK things wblcb tbe world demands, la not destined t o monopolise tha market* of the globe. With th e most favorable condi- tions for varied and successful agriani- ture and th e lightest burden of National taxation, what country, b e asks, can compete wltb this In developlrg tb e best results of human toil with a minimum of human effort. With our wonderful labor* saving coetrtrat-eee applied to nearly every sti-nae of proddotton, th e wages paid In th e United States, i n tb e production o t wheat and ootton. for instance, are fifty to 100 per cent, higher than In tbe countries with which we compete, s o th e wages paid In the manufactures from meta b are from 35 to 101 per cent, higher than tbe wages paid workers in th e same industries by other Nation' If any of tb * farmboner* bat * water wveta l fa-tdeeptntbem, Tb* Baobomhtb Biver « Eferett Issevettcniie* wide.sn d tb * *#*«*> and Intemsttooat fertds* ft** t»*n rendered utnaft. by the *r**l Jam of driftwood. Sear Lowell tn * river » tw o feat above high water mark, as d tb * rsi-lrosd mes ha * bee* waabad away for mil**, Tbtw* fbwt of water at standing la tb * Everett an d Moare Cruto tonnel for tbe entire t*n**h of tat* f*wt. Tbe **9«ns*ek Bl v*r ha* ovarao wed its bank*, fl'KHtiag bandredsotanreso f vainabi* (arm- in-* property. in British Cola-abta tb * <;»** Han Paetfte for a <tt*t!ttt«eor l« miint ria.it ot V»n*o*var ha* ba«tt aertossly damajred. Many brtdses are washed cot , aa d l«*i<*er»phio 'j-.Tj-naatea- tt»a with tb * East was interrupted for ibirty- •u boar*. i^art*** , Or**;o«- fSpe*tal),^-A **•* • anoweiorm r*#*4 over th e WHltametfe T*i* ley Tuesday night, flach a otia-tard be* not !*e o see * for tar** y«»re, and at tbi* season it ta remarkabt*. Th e WiUtsawtt* Btvnr spra s t over tb * lowland* bniow tb * ally, earrying everythIn* before It. ifo train* ar- rived o a tb * northern o r Montbeim Paetde. Wa*bi**ton, Pt**M*at derslasd tstss d *nro*l*«»ation rssdjaatis* tbe bouadarie* o f a aavaJ ras- ervaiKm t * t.btsba, watsb tear* tsnati in**' eroseb os land belong!** t * tb * Ore- * Chareh, isooatrarmtttono f BnasSs esasos ofAtaaka. The poetofllees s t IbefoUoWlS* tows * tb Mew Tes t at*** arwestnied t o ta* fr** **• Uv«rT*TM*m,but will not b*abt* t o **t It o n aoaoast of th e laefe o f fuad* B-ib , Broekport, Dajwvtlt*, for t t*U!o/reeds*** . r*ltoa . Lyoas, MnrrWtown. Sor**|w-rt. Sjp- a*k. Pa * Tan, Port Rtehatond, |-ot»d**i, Staptetoe, Ta-rytowa, TompklnsvliJe, Wbi;# It wa s learned that IH*bop Satterie*. ot Washington, last aoraowr sereoaaUy pre- sented t « tb * dar of Beast* a p«<hlo* I* be- half of tb » ArtoenJan*. *»*n*d byltnidlSs' Ta * ann'nftl report >i th e Board ol Ord- naae*. Inst 9!*>l. ««r**» o n Const*** ftbeswi •pproprtatwa* fcr ont eo**t. dele****, ' . **od noamai**; *sl f a ssssv*- 3 * ib*t tlnMo * tasreWNi attWbp-,^ - ltm\ aMMaB* BBalammm *»**-2aai-iZ t»abo<9t csr-Hswd ewaCgfeMH #«£||||aaest, bs -^•l^tioa.O B!C CASflPA'CN ACA1NST SIN. gated *.37O,CIOO.O00, na increase of SIT.&OO.OiO .Vovement B«iu » for th e C«aver«loa of over tbe preceding y-at.—In-splte ot tl^ « . 7«tR«ri<-an <l«l»*. tbe Bmtttaiu Paetfte Baftrea* were - prne- ttcaily Malted. Ts* flood ha* torn on t lb * wire* la all direction*, eadeostmoatoatfon with Interior parts Of tb* Blst* Is wry dlffl- enif. Th * town o t Weodlaad, Wash., bt tan feet under watt, a* a r*s*B of the freshet ta lewis Blrer. as d antes* tn * storm anatat •jootaeeottrvLewt * Biv*r f alley will b* d*va*tat*s. Ol the other rail eye o a tb * Ool> . ambts , Oowttls, os th* Wsabfsgtas side, has bee s laundered, and tha tababttaau o t Oss - tle Bock n*vab»-*a foreed t o nee tn th * *d|s> e*nt bills^Bevernl t restle* have been washed oat by th e Bond, and tb * Own Opera Com- pany ws s stormbound bet wean Kataa * as d Taoo-as. At Cottage Orcve, Oregon, sev- eral bosse s were washed away, as d many fsmiMe*oomp*iled to seek *af*iy l a tb * high- land*. At fl*!een, a sreat deal of damage is reported ta tb e Mill Creek TaUey and adja- cent territory. •rosjt** . Wash. {Special). — Cnpr*e*4*nted floods sr * prevailing tnrottgnout thU sec- tion of th * Jforthwest. Mottal»m *treams ar* now ragtag torrent*. AU th e trantwostt* nentsl railroad line* running it,rough bar* ar* washed on t i n a dosen pis<*ea both east and west, and several bridges are goae. Mash damage to resulting to settler* along tb* valleys and low land* in Xcrtbera Idaho, Western Montana and tn Waahtsgtoa. SPAIN'S PATRIOTIC LOAN. Patriotic Spanlt h TTomen. Spanish ladies are selling their jewelry In order t o raise money to help their cnase In Cuba. Work of th e Weather Bureau . Professor Willis L. Moor*. Chief cf the Weather Buresa , has submiited » report of the operations or th e bureau daring th e fis- cal year of his administration. Th e average percentage of verification of the bun-no's forecast*, h e »ys,durin g the year\ was .82.* percent., n o Imofovetceflt of 2.4 percent, over that o t last year. Wo t In Cleveland. A riot occurred at Cleveland, Ohlo,-Be-\ t ween a score of Hungarians hntTa s many irishmen. Knives, dirks as d slabs were freely used. Tw o me n were killed, tw o probably fatally injured, an d more than a dose s out aa d injured. To start a revival tbat shall sweep th# whole of S« w Tork City, Brooklyn atnl *--r- roonding gubarbs, aad rsJlate fro-a th« metropolis tbrosgliout the ooaatry la th* ambition nn*l expectation of th e tnlnUlerj and Christian workers who are no w engaged wllh Bsssr*. Mo i.Jy an t 8*nk»vr. la th e <\\i\y Bible conference at Cooper Union, Se w York. Alrss/tv th e movement Is showing oner p-cted force, and its prorootar* are en-vjqr. aged to hope that the tatereif will k<-»e OR growing rat'l tbat-S'r/Jlglos s revival will result, lasting tNroughoat the entire winter. Mr. Moody himself Is particularly IMUS- gutne. i n the thirty years of his erp-rien w at an evangelist h e deolanM he hat never seen th e Oospoi which he preaehe* tn<c-> hold of n city a s th e meetings hela recently bar? affected Jfew Vork. The Isbor ot the twa waeit* tbat he has been in Se w Tork City hat stirred u p th e Christian pabltemore than he was able to arouse London tn tw o month? which ho spent there. Mrs, fcott-Siddoa* Dead . •Mrs. Scott-Slddons, famous several yeart lotoses dramatic reader, diod a few day! since in Paris, Franco, and her bojy hut been shipped l o New Vork. Sh e hurt lived abroad In tha latter years of herllfe i n broken health. Ma-y Frances 8-ott-Sidloin, one of the moat beautlfnt women on theutu-e in bet day, wa s a ltnral d<«oendant of the great Sarah RI'Moua, her father. WilUam Yoong SUldons, befni th»so n of Oeorge, tbo el4a»t son of Mrs. Slddons. Sir*. 8<'ott-«idflpn» mi born In 1811 in India, where her father was a captain in the British military service. SnaaU S Bask * rin d f t OlOWnlt t a R*-*t*a • Al l AsptletUoe * t*v »«b*eri-»tlo*a. The greatest eageme w is still displayed by all elseses of Spaniards to sahserib* for lb * sew Internal ton s There has bean a great crowd of people at the offices l a Madrid of tb * Bank of Spain, which ts handling lb * loan, ail anxious to subscrtb* for tb e lasso. It we * found that tbe ordinary fsoilJi tee were not snfadea t to transact Its bastnea*. Twen- ty special eoonter* were pot II see . The bank an d Its various branches t a th e principal cities of Spats has alone teoeived subMrlptinn* t o lb * amount o t Stl.OOO.ooo pesetas, ft i s estimated that tb e total appll- eations amount l o Hfl.OOO.OOO peseta*. Tb * amount of tbe loan Is SUO.OOO.OOO pesetas, about •SD.QuO.OdO, an d there Is n o doubt that -tbe Issue will be largely orersab- eoribed. owing t o th e unusual metbods em- ployed to arose th e patriotism o t th e people. CHURCHES FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES. Haver Htao g Asks th a Pe e a t M*w Tork Ctty lUUAoe*. Mayor Btrong, o t He w Tork City, sent s circular t o all o f tb * city eburebes reviewing tbe present over-crowded condition of tb e New Tork public schools and asking them to allow tb * etiy t o us e their Sunday-school rooms for school purposes during th * week. ••While large appropriations have been made for sebools,** the Mayor said, \yet t o supply tb * present wants and tb e annual tnereassof the number of school children, tf makes it difficult to build sehoo r houses enough t o •apply the demand, but w e hope in th e very n**r future to bat e school accommodations tor every child In tbe cUy.\ Paper \Worker'* Bi g Family , Theirstxteenth child, it danghtor, ha* jost been born to Mr. sa d Mrs. Henry Hoore, of Monroe Falls-, Ohio. They havebw n married twenty year?. Of th e children, nil o f whom were single birth*, nlnn were boy* and »e»en girl*. Fourteen of them «r> no w living. Moore works in a paper mill for tL2 3 per day. - Th e entire expenre wilt he borne by Mm. J . Plerpont Morgan. School of Carpentry. A school of carpentry for boya and gtrlj _ ._ is t o be established nt Highland Falls. N. t . [ out opposition. Choraloeeretary-Treasurer _ .... W.-aa-i al M era* r* •Unfi t wllhnnt nnn-a . Th e Blind t o See . Thomas A. Edison made experiments tr his laboratory at West Orange, M. J., with two men, totally blind, with encouraging re- sults, and predicts that within three years, bv mesa s of electricity, he will make in * blind see. Sovereign Ke-eteeietl Heate r Workman . Th e Knights of Labor, at their National Assembly, Rochester, N. Y., re-electeJ J, B. Sovereign Oenernl Master Workman, with- Hayes*i*owa s reelected, without na»oa> Il*l.ene* BomaMM>, • milUoaJUre resident- m Psfoirso*. S . J.. «>-taniBi*4*iii->id*after earn- plaining of violent pain* t* hi* b**4. B)ob*f-t Crokw arrived «; S* w f >»rk Oty fromKurop*. H* -taebsed-t * dl*«sm-s«tt- tl«*. H-r«T* h» »i!S *-«--, o n »**<ns l o £»* - land nstlt h* win* a l>->ibv. B o *n l revamp tb * Tammany fjcv-** Is tb * mwani'is-* and sMSl wolro t tb * gr«*t flitit tor taitntapa/ plums o*xt y*»r floors* W. O. Perrt*. tnwntar and bnndwt et tb* P*rrt» Wh#*A, which w-s* *sht »«*4 si th* Chlesgw World** Pair, d*ed in PHwbmrg, r*nn- „ ' Mrs. Thomas C*--*-*!**. of 8#BI«m Centre. %.• T.. eomtnlttevt esield * by cuttle * her twr-iSa*\ trets as d tb * arteries of her wrMe. lib* b*d used stam, wbi-h *a * r«»l!* rrom a etetut* tram*, t o st** * tb * incwooa. A presto** at- tempt with H a ianum had laiSed. l're*tj»*>t-<!*»l MeXlfcley wtll not an . sottsaw hi* tnmta*tton* tor r»Mn«t <»» *er» until they ar* **«t t-» tb * &-«*f*, it 1« re- potted from Cast***. Obt«*. Tn* Fir-* National Bask '>* Blous Cny, • Iowa, eiow d li s door* s * a result of beatry withdrawal* ale*** tb* fall*** of lb * I«*wa (Savtogs.Bank. Tb * b-m« ha - *lw*y» n**n eonsidered on e o f fba «»o*f. soUd BssaetaJ isstttueioss tn th * Sort*****. rtw**-*art»4 la ten. Tb * bank had nearly MBO.Min I s depoatt*; loans aa d dissonsts, •+«.«•, m&- tt*L •ia»,e*«. Torkiown Cnapter. Bs-MCntwr* of th e Amerleaa Bevomtt**, aavatied a tablet' t o th e isamery * t Cessans Tbaunas Hartley fa Tork, Pirns, ft Is is BL lobs''* ProtsStast Kp«at>oe*i Cbureb, of wbieb tb * Oo*tts*nt*t soMler aa d Hatesms s ws e vestryman until hi* daatb, la IMM. ^ Tb* grant tapestry mill of rb* SsriMi Car- p*t Company M Yoskers, ft. f. throw s ot of emptorm**t. At a'meeting of nUateret* It ws s determ- load t o begin revival iwr*l*as tn all lb * ebnreb**, if posdble, in S»« York (*tty, aa d t o eontins * lb * Moody meeting*ttid*n»tl*ly. James E . Wtmmer was ae*{ettt*d b y sjnry tn Blebmond. Ts, for killing Bsm«*i Thal- ht-ner. who. he alleged, bad e**e*d lb * win ot hie daogbler. A broken ax<* wreeked twenty eosl oem a t Cnionrllle. f-sa,, on lb * Bald E*gl* branch ot tb * P*aa»ylvasts tuitr-iad. Isador* Baaey. of JMUrmte . wa s kilted. Bt.reet -*r> la Baffalo, ft. Y.. wet * «••*•*— fully prop*4i*4 by eJoetrl* power from SI - •Jrars. • John R. Oenlry, fb* gresl p***r. wa s a-4d to U <t. Twwksbnry si Xadlsoa H^ssre Oar- deo. Se w York jCtty. tot »l»,*9ft. •foha L. FarweSl.or Claremoot, X. 8., I* said l o bar * Invested stou t •!SOO.OOO o t hi* (-Uent** mone y in losing Western ventum , and to have taken refug* la Surope. The total offl-lal tot e in Tenn***** lor President *o<- Oovtao^r, as r*p«ri<\«t by tb e fleeretary at State, fat a s f«>:|ow»; For Presl- deot-acK[»l-- T an d Bohart, If.\I Bryan and Hewall. t«s,«Sl; Bryan and Wttson, «3ii Palmer an d Boakaer. ISSJ. L«vertng and lobasoo , 309s. Ell Houstoa Marrsy, ex-Oovorsor of Ctab. died at bis home, In Bowling Oreen, By . Although he bad won * National dltftltteHatt, he was only fifty-two years old. H e wa s born t n doverport , BreeUwrtdg* County. Ky., Prhmar y W, 1SI3, Tb* Pcpnlh* l*ed*r* of KansM propoa* t o pat a la w through th e Legislator* maktag Mexican silver dollar* l*tr*l lender. Th e eabeme wa s originated by 8 , 8, sting, wh o i s a candidate for United States Senator. The Keutncky Stat* Commute* of the *ta- tlonal Democratic party deetosd t o eontiaue the party organisation and t o refns* t o act with the silver Democrat* except on the basts of the Indianapolis plstform., Jacob Landts, while rabbit hunting near Petersbag, Pen*., with AdamZepby. bad bts brains Mown on t b y a charge from Kavhy'i gun. They ware cbaslng a rabbit wfalob lb * other mas ass«a * wkjWLaadla wasiarasas , Tbe Bret convention of tb* Council o t Jew- ish Women was endad is Hew York Cltr, with tb* re-election o t Mrs. Hannah O. Bolomon. of Chicago, a s PrssJoent, and th * election of Mm. Bosaia Beer, of \few tor k City, as First Tloe-Prestdast. A Tb e Plasterers , Labor Chios , of Hew York City, reported tbat I w o of Its tn*mb«rs, Michael Klersan and Tlmatby Soillvaq. sa d Bbseonded with Btfr7< of th e union's money. Tb * Chattanooga and Norfolk veatlbul* limited collided wftb s helper engine wbieb we* racing down tb e mountain at Old Fort. N. C. John Howard, fireman, und Engineer William A. Jame s of th e lln-tted were killed, and Postal Clerk Willitm Henderson had hi* left le* cut off. Th e accident wa s caused by Knglneer Terrell or th e helper disregard- ing an order, Portsmouth (5. B. ) harbor Is lobe forti- fied. Tw o eight-Inch dUappeartn* gunsar e to be mounted near to * ramouaold WnUbaok tover . cannon will be planed at Jerry's Point and a battery will be put os on e of th e isl- and* of tb e Sboal* group, Edith Bohr was released from Jail inCth-a* both, N. J. , afterserving tear of th e ninety day-.' sentence of imprisonment Imposed by Jodg e MoCormack for assanltlng tw o farm-' era who ha d attacked ber father. The annual Chamber of Commerce ban . goet at Deltnoeleo**, Ne w York Olty, re- solved Itself into e n enthusiastic eeesbrstfbn oltbeaoM standard vietorr, as d spamas t iweremsJ*hyBosrMOo-dtil« , ^nstauwtsK 0*s-waiWUswss4ntbjp> v Bd«* Babr.ajuastl womaa, i »*o. wMSsatto |sti-a t Bti three stostba, !*«• sSseslttag s«xl Her atber* tw o eawswasdarsi i farm of Wflttom sa d UanryBkey.i H«* Ibat of bar fsftMr, Tbs t t*mpt*dt»s*ev>tB***w « i » aetd i lb*po4*d . \ ^\ Mr. aebr west to es t hi* stKaV tNaf so t **oe**d, sa d aVBih. wbo had b*ml2 tn« for * walk, raa from s*r r**a - w *»*!**** to pat oa .her **«**. Bb* in * «•** , but so t eettl tkttwaiorttf-^ •toy' s t*tr«. serat^bed bis fa**, e*aMNT'' up t ^ ptastis g a** pretty bar* teeta i Mornseb-- sa d throw* tbr** lam* -*---- htm. WWI«*I»»>aa*ba* hajkdass*-*- 1 bar father wa* as*-«i- w Beary.^w ' wet* tbss r*t*m*d-t* ta * Bebre, tit wea t bsfwrets * Oma n Jury wa r sat ' .fedietmeat* found a«*tn#i Br. laW' ' K*«b. Tb*y w*r* l^nnd gsfl;y J» Ts*«o%ft f**n*aesd Mm B*at-tia m mostba is lb * C-ttar» Jsi t ilneapatilB , b * dsaed wb*n sb * besrd'fc* \M*«na ' tbea'siiertkt* etafstag mtowm eadaiiif: off tb * poMaame* wh o ntsmpt* ! saw »aw-Babr ut s sandema* eo^etry I ttv***iKbb*wf*tii«-ros his tsnraf l Fan**, * eubwtbof Bliuj»eus. ly 8» * f«»« i*il. CAPTAlJt MAMAN RETflfl. Pee*** * Xaval A*ta**<tfv U-a«t* ***»te» • « nt * o*» B-weaaT Csptaia Alfred T. M*b*n, Canal - N»vv. h* . b**n pjseed. « * tb* letteti •H.lfj bit ow s rv-j-jf*f. after forty lean\ swJmiP; vtee. ta ac«s>-<4*-*--» wtohl*». meat was r***tv*4 at llw Kavy Be , wttb **to»i*tt»»s», a s Oaptsisl bat * h**a pe**»»ted toih a nst«f Caaat» d>^rem*few me**b^a*4e*ej d th**'. \ sstamd wiBt amrsaasf pay, _ l % Bewssf^eea d t a **< so w ky rental et\;° pressisg llieiaij *sj*-agem*aav a t a t .™ twaa svattshe* for votaisis-T raMataaat\*\\: H*nwadwas,iamaavtt«*stemtC- \ tn i******* r»» tttea. ft (Sptata W*ban enjoys tb* datBHaaMi beta* on * of tb * meet ta**o*s semi - \:_. to tb * world, sa d f a ibst reepstt ssB' ^ known *hrnsd tbaa I s tbt* eossnje, book oa_ tb * \laffeaso* of Am IWFJ g Htetofy\ ts tagnrded ss a stsaa^BBtaBjffP tb * grest ssvs t Powers of MM •*_, Bsfted «t*t«* Bsval War t^le*a^lliai«| diseised by htm. - H * wa* bora Ulatt * aadappuinltd from tan asm* Btsts | • TErT\lLfv5To»T~AT^»i I %#****- w »- 'iaste-swE-BK a^ne * K*<* a aa\*»-*)ibi* ^Ma***'**!; •^tMBe*i. tr->m |swrisc-«>l it>s< ^a*as**>:, tk# * bras * » a.-: \ at mws >s* •-|»**r4*J pn * B*a *|W\4* \ *B*8*&*\*t tb- \»»!4»<i' 4t*wr»i w*» are***** lCee»*Cts Meess WKb 1 it** trie* C«M*. Th e 8rtt*d» it*sm*r M*-ap*», flaja1| WElitam*. from Montreal. Canada, *\*- j jJf 1 4 for BrMo;, is aebor* in r>*sleajbW near Mtses H«s4, o a tb* *oelb *aattta1|. land. Captats -WHWame.**d prnM** -r»w nf tb * Mempbls w*r» ssred eAtast *rrtv*4_at CrookJmven, '. Jl Tbe Betnshta ttruek s t I* e'sBtfcJk^ Ber ere * look t o tb * rt*g»ng, »*•*•_?. remained all night* TMrtr-**!** M-^a. were rescued nes t morslnf. in a* -»**•*----»> conduios , by mesa * of • line SoseBaJ- tbesteame r ny th * rocket appsi*W«B» r life saving ere* , tea of tb * ship* »-Wf% r**r**b*d. _. * The Mempbto Is «wpl*!el y »t*t**m*l---- is a total wreek, 8* r eatf o to noettaf *fi and washing ssbor*. Tn * M«wpbto b B » tons register, MS fast long. i*-<J-«fS beam and iw*ety«*ig test depth ™ basbJW wasbnllf at Beiraw. Ireland,Is »«•**• owned o r lb* Alrieaa Btesmsbip (*•#•» London. \REKtO-fiATEO*' B Y HERS5HT* . •faeal Kea^aeee* Bee-rlt******! ^ *•\•\,. tSewk Ae-rt**»« of Aarraei. flecretsry Herbert has severely rsuti. td Civil Xurineers Meaoest and waBJ S-tngrespooatble forth * dry dot* s.-^ at th e Brooklyn Snv y Tard iset Aaj»*\*. baa declined t o oonrt marital ibem_c_, •.„ In a letter sent Mr. Meaoeei tbe lew save that, In view of that ofs^srtlaTt-- laithfol ssrvtsa, b* would nme*art»—.,-•• him, but tb s fladisgs of th e eeurtSlt..- proved an d is* departmeet -*rept*as--i Meaooal* eonduet. -A Mr. White, whose T*snes*fbfltty Wj^ tea* decree, wa s stmiiarly \ne Coofgrnetor Bowles, o a whom an •nede l o shi n th * blame, was eso\ ' Brra a Caretee w/tms***• j _,^ OompleteoffioUl returns were reteWMtt! tb e Wyoming Bwrnoerattc ComtnltteiiBBk Big Horn County, wbieb w»s entriesBjfWS B-pablloans by a majortir cf » v*-?. 5 the electoral\ an d U» for tb« Co *^ mm S ticke t Th*eomplet* vol * of the aaw*^ countiea being Ibe offlelal and « ties tbe unofflciel, B : Be«ttbllcM Uriltals, 10,4iT3i H o well. I0,fl-6i af* J BtaiT. Democratic electors. W*« IS9, Martin, l«.Sa», Qnealry. I- 1 .\*- rtllbasta e T«** s ladsrW**- - ; Th* trial of Colonel Nnav* end OB* g Dlckmsn, charged wttti sJptt •* * ***5 tb* Laur-.de expedition 11* Md-stJ 1 ? * arms and ammunition Irl CTbs. ** S\-' i bsfor* Julge Brows in lb* V*iT2P Cirouit Court, Ne w York i K l witnes* for tb * apahtsti mas Qulna.on e o t tb the expedition, wh o has t Mealr-c ta *< Meile o Js rortifrlng *els*4esvao**ao ! __ , jwf a at a Bpaa aa d tas s, As^-aiM fc* I ,*»*«<JB1< J\ -k'-m-fA&l****- : —rfvJr^s***.^*. 1 *A •hseiu*--^** - B Ps-vio p -ejsts-e.of Ooi -,-Tfest agatt.* ,-naain* i 0J i -r- w Catnap q *- *#aesi» la' J||s*t a Ciar me* tbat the • •*• la tbo* •^fcmaiwni a ;,*• hot t«*»a * • vff»w. aad t -w_ht* pre-wat ^-c-rtred \rewion ; ., dtag tc a - ^capita l i« --•• a au^-h died r-frota Wa-*i Jwta4iora a » _' »•**«» Bil l r -tyiSRa-klin . htm th * aet au-nber ?'E*»ot0re >?\•*• » remo ™\ t * *«e mei '\•iatetest K^ht-rh>B, of i-* «**r*ny. tot \»*•*» thi s 2wl!? w - h««* -»»b» and hat * ;**«lei C**Mti«a , ^* , b*a}ord, a ^*mise* tw

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