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We are ill at building? Yet have we at least
Destroyed to better purpose than we knew.
We have raised up heroes where we found but

We have ravaged well, our rapine is not vain.
Redder from our red hoofprints the wild rose
Of freedom shall afresh hereafter spring,
And in our own despite are we the sires
Of liberty, as night begets the day.
Sufficient claim to memory this I deem,
Title enow, were other passport none.

-In the London Speaker.


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Foreign. CHINA. June 25.-A claim of 400,000 taels against the

United States is made by the China Mer

chants' Company for looting at Tien-Tsin. June 27.- Mr. Rockhill notifies the State Depart

ment that he will leave Peking for home in August, by which time, it is hoped, Mr. Conger will have nearly reached his destina

tion. June 28.-Fresh uprisings in Manchuria are re

ported; the whole province is reported to be affected and the Russian soldiers are powerless to maintain order ; M. de Giers, Russian minister at Peking, is appointed Russian

minister at Munich, Bavaria. June 30.—The Empress-Dowager, fearing a trap

to capture her, declines to return to Peking, and announces her intention to make KaiFeng-Fu, in the province of Ho Nan, her

future capital. SOUTH AFRICA. June 29.-Lord Kitchener reports an attack of

Boers on two blockhouses on the Delagoa Bay line, which was repulsed with loss to the Boers; a field-cornet and forty-four men surrender to the British at Petersburg in the Northern Transvaal; a mutiny on the Boer transport at Bermuda is suppressed, and the

ringleaders placed in irons. OTHER FOREIGN NEWS. June 24.--Further anti-clerical riots occur at

Madrid and Alicante.
The King and Queen of Portugal arrive in

June 25.-D. B. Henderson, the speaker of the

House of Representatives, is presented to
King Edward; the King reviews the yeomen

of the guard at Marlborough Gardens.
Three Japanese torpedo-boats collide at the

naval maneuvres, and several lives are lost in British artillery practise off the Isle of Wight a gun explodes, killing two and

wounding eight men. June 26.-Ex-President Kruger is welcomed at

Rotterdam with great enthusiasm by the

inhabitants. The Marquis de Lur-Saluces, tried for treason

before the French High Court of Justice, is found guilty and sentenced to five years'

banishment. The Orient line steamer Lusitania goes on a

rock north of Cape Race and, it is believed,

will prove a total wreck. June 27:— The Paris-Berlin autocar race attracts

wide attention; the first day's run is won by

M. Fournier.
King Edward announces that his coronation

will take place in June, 1902.
June 28.- The Cabinet of Holland resigns, in

consequence of recent elections by which the

Government lost thirteen seats. J. Pierpont Morgan, and other leaders of FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND CLAIMS

PAID, The Prudential Insurance Company of America has recently paid its five hundred thousandth claim. The Prudential" is the only life insurance company confining its operations exclusively to the United States ihat can pointto such a record.

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Another feature is that of addi ional benefits, by which an Industrial policy, after it has been five years in force, is credited with an additional amount of insurance, without any additional expense whatever to the insured

Considering both Ordinary and Industrial The Prudential has paid over $50,000,000 to its policy-holders since its organization.

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Deutschland for America.
June 29.- M. Fournier wins the Paris-Berlin

automobile road race, reaching the German

capital at 11.38 A.M. American athletes win many honors at the

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Faii Term opens September 26th for year 1901-02. Large Faculty and non-resident lec-
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turers, Campus of 65 acres; and

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Forty-seventh year begins Sept. 11, June 24.-The loss of life and property by the and complete curriculum render it a most desirable pre- 1901. Number limited. Address

West Virginia floods is said to have been paratory school for the University." greatly exaggerated; the number of missing

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LEILA S. McKEE, Ph.D., President. persons is about 75 and the property damage about $500,000. CHAS. A. STILES, B.S., Headmaster,

On one The Ohio State Republican convention meets

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Commissioner Evans and General Daniel E.

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Solution of Problems, bearing interest from July, 1901

No. 566. The money is required for the settlement


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ARTISTIC HOMES A (NEW) 608 possible use and will be handled by men who

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Wainwright WASHINGTON E. CONNOR, Esq.,

New York, N. Y. Hon. MYRON T. HERRICK,

Dear Sir: -We cure every case of catarrh, stomach
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A Knight, Hillsboro, Tex.; D. G. Harris, Mem-
phis, Tenn.; L. A. Gouldie, Brooklyn, N. Y; R.
H. Renshaw, Boyce, Va., Dr. J. T. Glass, Wo-
mack, Tex.; G. Patterson, Winnipeg, Can.; '0. C.
Pitkin, Syracuse, N. Y.; the Rev. F. A. M., Hin-
ton, W. Va.; T. Hilgers, Paterson, N. J.; W. J.
Leake, Richmond, Va.

566 (only): Dr. H. W. Fannin, Hackett, Ark; F.
L. Hitchcock, Scranton, Pa.; Dr. Hazlewood.

wood, Grand Rapids, Mich.; the Rev. J. G. Law,
Depends on Good Digestion.

Walhalla, S. C.; C. Q. De France, Lincoln, Neb.,
C, N. Hartt, Brooklyn, N. Y.; J. E. Wharton, Sher-

man, Tex ; H. M. Coss, and H. E. Davis, Cattaraii-
This is almost an axiom although usually we are gus, N. Y.; W. W. S. Randolph-Macon System,
apt to think that cosmetics, face powders, lotions, Lynchburg, Va.; L. H. R., Bennington, Vt.; W. H.
fancy soaps, etc., are the secrets for securing a clear McMillan, Allegheny, Pa.; Prof. J. A. Dewey,
complexion. But all these are simply superficial Wanainie, Pa,; Č. E. Lloyd, Washington C.H., O.;

G. Middleton, Savannah, Ga.; J. T. Graves,
Chicago, N.; H. V. Fitch, Omaha, Neb.; Dr. J. M.
Diaz, Santa Fe, N. M.; G. C. Spencer, Greenwich,

567 (only): T. J. Merrifield, St. Louis, Mo.

Comments (566): "Most excellent and novel.
Avoidance of duals a remarkable feature. This
should be classed highly "-M. M.; "Highly ingen-
ious"-W. W.; "I admire it, but do not agree with
The B. C. M."-G, D.; "Some of the mates are
most ingenious"—W. R.

C.; "Refreshingly
original and brilliant"-J. H. S.; "Most remark-
able"-A K.; "It stands alone for beauty"-D. G.
H.; "A gem"-R. H. R.; "One of the few, the im-
mortal few, that were not born to die "-H. W. F.;
"Exquisite"-F. L. H.; "Very pretty ambuscade"
-Dr. H.; “Key-move quite obvious, but varia-
tions troublesome "-J. G. L.; "A decided novel-
ty"-C. Q. De F.; "Very neat little study”-C. N.
H.; "Extraordinary"— J. E. W.; "A chef-d'æuvre"
-H. M. C.; "Very fine"-H. E. D.

(567): Some fine points in this, but somewhat
disappointing on account of some imaginary
glimpses of beauty that the solver thinks he sees,
but which are not there. On the whole, a very
creditable composition"-M. M., “Has soine very
good mates"—W. W.; “Very fine indeed "-G. D.;

Seems to have an attacking or aggressive key,
and to be of simple construction "_W. R. C.; " An
abstruse study, as full as a porcupine of sharp
points"-J. H. S.; "Difficult; one of the greatest
-A K.; “More difficult than 566"-L. A. G.

In addition to those reported, T. J. M., and H.
It is impossible to have a good complexion unless Ketcham, Vergennes, Vt, got 565; the Rev. N. H.
the digestive organs perform their work properly. Smith, Morrisdale, Pa., 564.
unless the stomach by properly digesting the food
taken into it furnishes an abundance of pure blood, sound, and well worth studying.

Problem 569. by A. H. Robbins, is perfectly
a good complexion is impossible.

This is the reason so many ladies are using Stuart's
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Bear in mind that beauty proceeds from good
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and we have advanced the best argument to induce
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Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets can be found in drug
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If there is any derangement of the stomach or
bowels they will remove it and the resultant effects
are good digestion, good health, and a clear, bright

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