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DR. BROWN DEAD.
H« Was Too High Church tor Btahop
New York. Dee. It. —Rev. Dr. Thom
as* MrKre Brown, for 8* year* rector
of the Preteataot Eplacopol Churrh of
Bt. Mary the Virgin, died today of
pneumonia. Dr. Brown waa the lead
er of the rHuallatlc moTetneatl In the
Rptaropa! cbnrrh. hi* attitude *o att
tagonliing Biahop Potter that for a
time the latter refuaed to etmhrni
glasses in the St. Mary Virgins rhurdi.
Dr. Brown Introdured orchestral mu
alr and artrocated the elevation of the
boat He introduced a aurpliced choir
and altar candlea. and Inatalled the
confessional. Hla congregation* he
taught to bleu tbemaelvea. and kneel
when paaaina the altar and to use holy
water. When the ne*v church of St,
Mary the Virgin waa opened Biahop
Potter wax present to dedicate 1C
Class from SC Mary * were then con
firmed at SC Thomas, and Father
Brown's triumph waa complete.
Two Pointed Questions Answered.
What is the use of making a better
article than your competitor If you can
not get a better price for It?
Ana.—-As there la no difference In the
price the public will buy only the bet
ter, 8« that while our profits may be
smaller on a single sale they will be
much greater In the aggregate.
How can you get the public to know
your make Is the best?
It brth articles are brought promin
ently before the public both arc certain
♦o be tried and the puhllo will very
quickly pass Judgment on them and
use only the better one.
This explains the Urge sale on Cham
berlain's Cough Hemedy. The people
have been using it for years and have
found that it ran always lie depended
upon. They may occaalonally take up
with some fashionable novelty put forth
with exaggerated claims, but are cer
tain to return to the one remedy that
they know to be reliable, and for
roughs, colds and croup there is no
thing equal to Chamberlain’s Cough
Remedy. For sale by Alexander Drug
A Heed Co., C. It. Parr of Bell Tower
Drug Co. ___________
A Fourth New Jersey Private Jumps
Greenville, 8. C., Dec. 20.-A Fourth
New Jersey private yesterday eve
ning jumped out of the second
story window at provost headquarters
and was taken to his regimental hos
pital dangerously wounded. He
Jumped bead first while drunk and his (
face and shoulders were terribly j
bruised. It rannot yet be said whether
he is fatally hurt or not. He
could not he Identified at nrovost
headquarters, but he Is thought to be
the same prisoner who made a similar
lump when the West Virginia detail
were on pruvost duty. Whe-a the
lvtruer Jump Was ITtade the officers in
charge would not allow his recapture
surmising that lie was sufficiently pun
ished by the Jump, but half an hour j
later they narrested him on another i
charge, brought against him after he j
had made the leap.
A DOUBLE LEAOUE.
Harry Weldon, ot Detroit, Makes
Detroit. Par. 20. Harry Waldoo.
who, with Tom Doftns and Charley
Cromiskey, created that superb organ
isation of bait players known as the
Ml. IgHils Browns, champions of the
Atnerk-an association a doxen years
ago, the rredlt for nblclt was usurped
by Von der Ahe. la in Net* York, cir
culating among the league directors,
and In without a vision. Weldon de
clares that a double league will be the
plan In ’.Hits that It I* now receiving
favorable consideration, and that It
will be con*oimnateil before the close
of the meeting. Louisville and Cleve
land have had enough of the present
arrangement and want to sell out as
a means of getting out. A ten club
league would tie even worse than a
twelve, and the only rational solution
of the difficulty la a double league.
Weldon, however, la of the opinion
that the division of clubs will not lie
eeetlonal, but along the line* of the
day* when there waa a National league
and an American association; that the
National will lie composed of New
York, Boston. Philadelphia and Wash
ington iu the east, and Plttaburg, St.
Louis, Cincinnati and Chicago In the ,
west, while the association teams will
be Brooklyn, Buffalo. Baltimore and
Cleveland for an eastern division, and
Detroit, Milwaukee, Indianapolis and
Louisville in the west. This seems ,
hardly probable. Cleveland naturally ,
belongs to the west, and to place that j
city In the eastern division would call
for long Jumps from Boaton and Wash
ington to Cleveland and hack again.
The more rational plan would be for
eastern and western leagues, the sole
objection being that the cast does not
embrace enough large cities to form a
strong combination, while the west
would have a surplus of them. Wel
don's plan, however, throws possibly
strong light upon the action of Van
Derbeck in negotiating for the Louis
ville franchise and players. Such an
arrangement would probably prote< t
the association clubs from the ruin of a
For Whooping Cough
use CHENEY’S EXPEC
The Insatiate demand for the buttons
of military officers as souvenirs and as
rafTle prizes at charity bazars holds out
the prospect that our army will have
to go into the next .war with its rai
ments held on by safety pins and shin
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
THE BEST SALVE in the world for
Cuts, Biulse*, Sores. Ulcers. Salt
Rheum. Fever Suies. Tetter, Chapped
Honda Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions and positively cures Plies,
or no pay required. It le guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 rente per box. FOR
SALE BY HOWARD h WILLET.
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ror. waa fully awahe. convinced my
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haustion fell asleep again. My rest
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si rings. "Oh, save me, mother: Save
It la useless to rehears* the contin
ued torture of that night. Sulfite It
to say that with the dawn only It
-When the maid came to make Ihe
fire, she said. "How did you sleep,
I replied, - l have h»(l a night or In
! tense sußMlng." "Oh.” she cried,
bursting Into tears. "I told them not to
put yon in this room. A man died in
1 here yesterday of delirium tremens,
j Hit cries could he heard all over the
i house. For days his constant appeal
I for days was, ‘Ob, aavo me, mother!
Save me.' ”
This startling corroboration of my
recent Impressions quite unnerved me.
I begged the maid to remain until T
could leave the room whose walls had
witnessed and were still repeating the
despairing appeal of that distracted
soul. I never think of that night In In
dianapolis without a shudder..
How to Look Qood.
Good looks are really more than skin
deep, depending entirely on a healthy
condition of the vital organs. If the
liver ta Inactive, you have a bilious
look; If your stomach Is disordered, you
have o dyspeptic look; If your kidneys
are affected, you have a pinched look.
Secure good health and you will surely
hava good looks. -Electric Bitters" Is
a good alterative and tonic. Acts di
rectly on the stomach, liver and kid
neys, purifies the blood, cures pimples,
blotches and bolls and fives a good
complexion. Every bottle guaranteed.
Sold at Howard A Wlllet's drug store.
50 cents per bottle.
General Weyler has been offering his
sword to various factions In Spain, but
it has been declined. General Wey
ler'a error lay in not remaining in
Cuba, when he would have had a
chance to offer his sword to General
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Onyx Tables at prices
that will surprise you- Just
the thing for a gift.
At Richards & Shaver’s.
A pretty effect Is sained by using lace
beading—the kind which rounds out and
is like a string of beads—between nar
row hands of silk for the collar and
cuffs on a silk waist, ffnd between
groups of tucks for the yoke or waist.
For Infants and Children.
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CAPTAIN CHARLEB D. SIQSBEE
and Interesting Scenes associated with the destruction of our Giant Bot
ahlp and her Heroic Crew.
Few Incidents or American history have b *f n *r iulckly P unon
excitement and national Indignation as that which foil , ,
the destruction of the Battleship Maine. In response to th '‘ ?_
mand for a pictorial history of the 111-fated warship. It* oo * "ey
fact everything in connection with It leading up to and Including I a asaas
slnatlon, we have secured and offer our readers this week a beautiful Maine
Album or Portfolio, the moat complete photographic recuid Issued upon th
subject, embracipg splendid photos ot
Which Is riow ready for delivery nt our office, or by mall for Ten Cents.
CONTJ3NTB UF “MAINE" LABUM. .
Captain Chas. p. Slgsbee. General
The Battleship Maine.
The Destruction of the Main*.
Havana Harbor and the Maine An
The Harbor Entrance to Havana.
Gunner's clang of the Maine.
Views of the Maine’s Crew off Duty.
A Minstrel Show on the Maine. Ship’s
Company of the Maine.
Please notice the Maine Album above advertised Is one of a Bouven\T
Series” of eight portfolios, devoted to the great Heroes and Achievements
of the Spanish-American War, each portfolio being a special number devoted
to a great and principal event. nt
Next week No. 2 will he offered as a Memorial or the First Harrlfice of
the war or the heroic death of Ensign Hagley and Ids companions, inclu
ding many oilier special features of the curly events of the war, such;us tho
vessel that fired the first shot; (he first prize; bombardment of Mptanzas.
f litting nf the f ables, etc., etc.
Then in weekly aj)«i oomiebUtlve orAAr will appear the following.
THE JDEwjEY NUMBfiK The IMo and battle of Manila.
THE SAMT-SON NUMBER—Bombardment of Salt-Juan and Morro Cas
HOBSON ifcND THE MERRIMAC—'with additional special features.
ADMIRALdJCHLEY—The Destruction of Carvara’a Fleet.
THE SHAf?TER NI'MEEIV-The Siege and Capture of Santiago.
GENERAi.a MILES AND MERRITT—Army Operations In Porto Rico
an,, Be l Hurca l itd'gel each number of this souvenir series while you have an
opportunity, and advise your friends to do the same thing.
History Devoted t
General B anco
A ClrouD of Junior Officers of the
Wardroom of the Maine.
Tile Court Of Inquiry In Session.
Funeral of the Victims of the Maine.
A Fruit Vender in Havana. Milk De
livery In Havana.
The Captain General's Palace la Ha
General Blanco y Arenas.
Looking Down the Prado, Havana,
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