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THE ALLIANCE HERALD
W. 8. RAKER, Publisher.
Tho Agra diamond, weighing 31
karats, was sold lu London for $25,
COO. fho nntl-prlzo fight bill wns dercat
rd In tho California assembly by ai
TOtn or 33 ti 3G. ,
Tho Central Passenger association
has granted reduced rates (or eighty
Tho Now York Evening Post la go
ing lo put up a modern offlco build
ing occupying three lpts.
Three- hundred and eight West In
dian contract laborers arrived at Pen-,
ama lo work on tho canal.
Secretary Met calf has appointed
Richard K. Campbell, law officer of
tho bureau of Immigration.
Sir Henry Irving has signed a con
tract for an Amorlcan tour under tho
management of Charles Frohrnan and
beginning in October.
W. A. Tuloy, general passenger
ngent of tho 'Frisco linos In Texas,
has tendered his resignation to tako
effect April 1. ill health causes this
Emperor William, addressing tho
naval recruits at Wllh'elmshavon, held
up tho Jnpaneso soldiers as a lumln-
ous examplo of patriotism and sol
Tho London Times' Paris corres
pondent telegraphs that tho Russian
government lias placed, an order with
a French firm for 80,000 thrco-lnch
According to a semi-official state
ment given out at Schwerln, tho mar
riage of Crown Prlnco Froderlclc "Wil
liam and Duchess Cecilia will take
placo in Dorlln on Juno C.
Senator Burkett of Nebraska has
purchased a Washington homo at .a
cost of $17,500. Tho house Is a hand
Botno now brick structure, vlth a
enottlGvl front, and contains twolvo
, Tho Frawloy boxing bill In Now
""York, permitting limited round con
tests between amateurs undor tho
sanction of tho Amateur Athletic as
sociation, has passed tho senate. Tho
bill now goes to tho assombly.
Count Renkondorff, tho RuBstan am
bassador to Great Britain, paid J32G,-
000 to Forclgu Secretary LanBdowno
In settlement for tho North sea,
claims, and tho Incident was thus
E. D, TucRer, division Buporlnend
cnt of the Mllwnukeo railroad, died at
his homo In Des Moines of pneumonia.
Mr. Tucker took chnrgo of this divi
sion last October, coming from Aber
deen, 8. D.
A City of Moxlco dispatch says tho
volcano of Collma is emitting great
clouds of thick 'smoko, which rlso
high abovo tho 'crater. Many pcoplo
living In tho neighboring towns nro
preparing for flight.
Tho cabinet clfsla in Norway has
been settled by tho formation of a
coalition ministry, of whlrlt "M. Mich
olsen Is tho premier. Lovland, a for
mer minister, will head tho section of
tho state council sitting at Stockholm.
Tho Missouri senato passed a bill
making all plpo lines, constructed or
to bo constructed In tho stato for tho
purposo of carrying oil, common car
riers and placing them undor tho di
rection of tho railroad commissioners.
Tho secretary of tho treasury has
Issued a warrant for $750,000 In favor
of Mansfield. McMurrny & Cornish,
lawyors, residing In Indian Territory,
as fees for services rendored by them
to the Choctaw and Chickasaw In
dians. In tho present of famous educators
representing tho leading educational
Institutions of tho couutry, Samuel
Black McCormlck, D, D., LTj. D., was
formally mado chancellor of tho West
ern University of Pennsylvania at
New York Rapid Transit rolling
stock Is to bo augmented by two cars,
each 8.000 feet long, containing 2,700
scatB, and a seating capacity of 8,000
passongers. The motive power will bo
electricity and the speed from nine to
twelve miles a" hour.
Tho resignation of W. W. Rockhtll,
IIhahIaii a tliv li t nfi it rP A erv mat A n
as director of tho bureau of American
republics, hns boon nccepted and Mr.
Rockhlll, who has been nominated to
Rticcoed Mr. Conger, as minister to
China, will probably leave for his
new post romo tlmo lu April.
Row Dr. William II. Roberts, stated
clerk of the Prosbyterlan general as.
pemblv and secretnry of tho Inter
church conference on marriage and di
vorce, will send to 30.000 ministers,
representing moro than 18.000 000
membPts of almost all of tho Protest
ant denominations In tho country,
copies of an appeal urging the adop
tion by tho various stato legislatures
of more strlngest divorce and remar
At Jackson. Miss. Governor Varda
man issuod an address to the peace
officers of tho stato, declaring that the
situation Is growing oxtromoly critical
that crlmo is rampant in all quarters
of the commonwealth and urging offi
cers nt onco to begin a crusado and
clean out the dlvos and haunts of
It ! Intimated that President Roose
velt hns tenderod tho office of United
States district attorney for tho north
ern district of Georgia to 'ormor Hop
resentatlvo F. O. Tato of Georgia. Mr.
Tato is a democrat. Tho office is now
lield by E. A. Angler, republican.
THE JAP VICTORY
FIELD MARSHAL OYAMA REPORTS
FORTY THOUSAND PRISONERS
Casualties on the Japanese Side Esti
mated at Forty-one Thousand.
Those of the Russian Forces Said
to Be Ninety Thousand.
TOKIO-Flcld Marshal Oynma re
ported f that 40,000 prisenors wcro
taken and that thero wcro 90,000 Rus
sian casualties in tho Shakho river
direction alone. He estimated that tho
number of Russian prisoners captured
will ex'eced 40,000. Tho Japanese cas
ualties aro estimated at 41,000. Tho
spoils Include two flags, about sixty
guns, 60,000 rifles, lf0 ammunition
wagons, 1,000 carts, 200,000 shells, 25,
000,000 of small arms ammunition,
25,000 bushels of terea!s275,000 bush
els of fodder, 45 miles of light railway
outfit, 2,000 horses, 23 cart lots of
maps, 1,000 cart loads of clothing and
accounlrcmcntB, 1,000,000 rations of
bread, 70,000 tons of fuel and 60 tons
of hny, besides tools, touts, bullocks,
tolcgrnph wire and poles, limber, beds,
stoves and numerous other property.
Tho Japanese captured a retreating
Russian column at tho Pu river yes
terday. TOKIO -The Japaneso pursuit of
tho Russian armies continues and a
resumption of heavy fighting in tho
vicinity of Tie Pass Is anticipated. Tio
Pass, which Is naturally strong, has
been extensively fortified and it is
thought tho Russians will rally thero
In an endeavor to check tho Japa
nese. Tho rapidly advancing Japanese nl
ready aro In touch nt Tlo Pass-. Tho
Russians ovldently aro confused nnd
exhausted nnd possibly aro abort of
food and ammunition, nnd It is bo
iioved hero they will bo unnblo to re
sist a strong attack.
Succeeding field reports lncrcaso
tho extent of tho Russian disaster. It
will tako months to resupply nnd ro
orgnntzo tho Russian nrmlcs. Reports
at casualties given by captives reach
10 per cent, Tho artillery looses were
Dspcclally heavy. Tho captured guns
havo not yet boon counted, but tho nu
merous captured stores and muni
tions aro valued at millions of dollars.
This loss materially adds, to tho crip
pling of tho Russian armies. Tho Jap
aucso pcoplo nro receiving details of
tho victory with calmness. Toklo and
other cities nro exceedingly quiet and
tho recent ndmonitlon to tho pcoplo to
rofrnln from spending monoy In cele
brations nnd devoto their saving to
war charities is boing universally
Tho Jnpaneso press editorials, in
discussing tho possible effects of peace
an victory, declare Japan will con
dnito tho vigorous prosecution of tho
war nnd has no suggestion to make to
Russia directly or Indirectly.
In the general olatlon over tho suc
cess of tho Jnpaneso a special sourco
of satisfaction is tho celority with
which tho finnklng operations were
:nrrled out, tho quick seizure of ad
vantago and tho spoed made In pur
suit of tho Russians. After tho Bum
mer campatgn thero was u general
ldmlsslon of tho truth of the repeated
;rltlclsm thnt tho Japanoso army had
'ailed In those respects and an avow
d determination was made to redeem
:ho shortcomings. During tho recent
operations against the Russians tho
left portion of tho Fifth army march
sd forty miles In ono day, greatly aid
'ng In tho achievement of tho victory.
Captives taken In this last engage
ment mako the total of prisoners now
Bold by Japan 75,000. Their enro is
bocomlng a very expensive problem.
This government Is formulating plans
to romovo tho prisoners to tho IsHnds,
probnbly in tho Inland sea, and It is
possible thnt tho captives will bo re
Funeral of Mrs. Stanford.
HONOLULU Tho mall room of tho
steamer Alameda, which sails for San
Francisco next Wednesday, has been
appropriately draped for tho recep
tion of tho body of Mrs. Jano L. Stan
ford. Before tho doparturo of tho
steamer funeral services will bo held,
at which Bishop Resarlck will read
tho Bervlccs. Among tho pall bearers
will bo Governor Carter, United
Rtntps nlstrlnt .Tiulirn D.iln nml flnvlil
gtarr Jordnn president of Stanford
university. Tnero havo not been any
developments In tllo case.
Kuropatkln Has Enough.
LONDON The St Peterburg corre
spondent of the Times says: General
Kuropatkln baa asked tho emperor's
gracious permission to hand over his
command, alleging that ho Is In ur
gent need of physical and mental rest,
It is said that Japan has twice ap
proached Russia through Informal
channels on tho subject of pcaco, but
that In each case the proposal failed
because Japan demanded an Indem
nity and a pledge that Russia would
not keep warships In tho Pacific for
Decides Against Government,
NEW YORK Judge Whcan, In tho
United States circuit court, handed
down an opinion, which, If finally mib
talned, will cost tho United Status
government five dollars. This money
tho government will have to refund to
the American Sugar Refining com
pany for duties paid to It on raw
sugars Imported from Cuba in 1903
and upon which tho company contend
ed that a roduetlqn of 20 per cent
should havo been allowed under tho
- I men existing treaty, iiio aim was a
I test case.
BRITISH QUE8TION PEACE.
Believe Russia Will Fight Until She
Is Worn Out.
LONDON Tho announcement of
fall of Mukdon was discounted in
London by tho reports chronicling tho
progress of tho groat battle, but tho
actual, occupation of tho capital of
Manchuria by tho Japanese Is tho sub
ject of comment everywhere, especial
ly In diplomatic circles. Tho foreign
offlco declined to comment on tho
event, but there, as olsowhcre, thero
was Intense Interest In tho result of
tho Japanese encircling movement
and its posslblo effect on tho future
progress of tho war.' Few who aro
well informed nro inclined to tho be
lief that Oyama's magnificent victory
and successful strategy' would bring
pcaco within measurnblo distance tho
opinion being that whllo tho Russian
lighting forco is disabled nnd prob
ably will bo obliged to rotlro further
than Tlo pass or oven Hnrbln, tho
fighting spirit of tho Russian nation
would bo increased rather than de
terred by tho defeat, nnd that only
compulsion will bring tho nation to its
Baron Suyomatau, formerly Jnpa
neso minister of tho Interior, In the
course' of an Interview said that
whether tho victory Indicated an early
termination of tho war was a question
that Rufisla ajono could answer.
Tho Japanese legation has been In
undated with congratulations and
everywhere tho prlmo note Is tho
praise of tho genius of Oyama, which
was conceded even by tho most pro
Thero is intense anxiety hero to
learn tho fato of Kuropatkln's forco
and whether tho chain Oyama has
drawn around them will bo strong
enough to hold them. Tho Russian
forces must bo In a terrible plight,
and n repetition of all tho errors of
Napoleon's retreat from Moscow is re
garded as among tho possibilities. On
tho other hand, tho condition of the
Japanoso nrmlcs, which must bo suf
fering from exhaustion, might possibly
ennblo Kuropatkln to gather his forces
and break through. Ho Is said to have
been a spectator at Sedan, and It Is
believed tho memories of those days
will suffice to convlnco him of tho
hopelessness of tho struggle.
CZAR DETERMINED TO FIGHT.
More Troops to Be Mobilized
Sent to the Scene of War.
ST. PETERSBURG The lmmedlato
answer of tho Russian government to
tho dofcat at Mukden Is tho announce
ment that another army will bo rais
ed and tho forces In tho far east re
organized; that Vice Admlnral Ro
Jestvensky will bo ordered to sail on
and try conclusions with Togo, and
thnt tho war will be prosecuted to tho
bitter end. This Is tho present tem
per of Eraepror Nicholas and his dom
inant advisers, voiced In u firm offi
cial announcement that the position
of Russia is unchanged and that tho
inttlatlvo for peace can only como
from Japan. Should tho Island cm
plro choose tho tender "moderate"
terms and rccognlzo Its adversary as
tho powor in tho far east, peace
could bo easily arranged, but the
volco of her diplomacy In various
parts of tho world Indicates that she
Is not ready to do this, and tho Rus
sian government, with tho full magni
tude of tho disaster at Mukden still
undetermined, but with tho 1905 cam
paign seomlnly already1 hopelessly
compromised, retreat to Harbin Inev
itable and Vladivostok practically
lost, declares that tho time has not
yet como when Russian can be forced
to humblo herself.
"Spotted Fever" Killing Many.
NEW YORK That cerebrospinal
meningitis, or "spotted fever," is kill
big about forty persons a week in
this city, was asserted by Commis
sioner Darling of tho health depart
ment. M. Wltte Has Not Resigned.
ST. PETERSBURG Tho report
from Berlin that M. Wltto, president
of tho committee of ministers, has re
signed Is officially denied.
TOLD TO PUSH SUITS.
More Favors for Cattlemen
WASHINGTON District Attorney
Baxter had an Important Itflorvlcw
with tho secretary of tho Interior on
tho subjoct of tho ponding suits
against cattlomon who have fenced
In portions of the public domain. Sec
retary Hitchcock is of the opinion
that such violators of tho law should
ho proceeded against vigorously hy
tho government. Judge Baxter also
consulted Major Lnrabee. assistant
comnfisspinor or Indian affairs, and ro
celvcd tho latter's congratulations up
on his successful prosecution of the
bootlosglng case arising at tho
Omaha and Winnebago Indian reserva
tions. Judge Baxter loft for New
York. Ho will bp in Chicago at the
opening of tho Inquiry Into the meth
ods of the beef trust by the fodornl
grand Jury. Thero Is a roport that ho
will appear officially, but he said ho
would rather not discuss the matter.
Service Needs Reforming.
WASHINGTON Hon. Andrew D.
Whlto, formerly Amorlcan minister to
Gormnny, delivered a lecturo bore un
der tho auspices of tho regents of the
Smithsonian Institution on the sub
ject of tho diplomatic service of tho
United States, with hints to nrds re
form. Mr. Whlto charged Uuu resi
dence abroad inakos men un-Amerl-can,
and combnttod tho statement that
tho diplomatic sorvlco is mostly re
creation. He doclared that no country
does bo much as ours to protect
TEN DAYS CONTINUOUS FIGHTINC
Every One of These Attended With
Fearful Lota of Life Severe Fight
ing Still Going. On In the Country
Round About Mukden.
, Tho fate of the Russian army of up
ward of 250,000 men and tho 2,000
pieces of artillery with which It was
expected confidently General Kouro
patklu and his lieutenants could pre
vent tho advanco of' the Japanese be
yond tho Shakhe and Run river posi
tions, still is in tho balance They
have been driven from those positions
and now nro rushing northward to
ward Tlo pass, around which aro high
hill which wcro prepared for defenso
after tho battle of Llao Yang In Sep
tember, thero being no hope at that
tlmo that tho Japanese would allow
tho defeated army to rest south of tho
Tlo pass. That tho Russians have lost
many guns anJ largo quantities of am
munition and supplies is certain, for
with but a single track railway to tho
north It would bo Impossible to re
move tho .'ergo stores which had been
gathered together at Mukden. Those,
It aeems certain, havo been destroyed.
TOKIO Field Marshal Oyama tele
graphed as follows under Friday's1
Wo occupied Mukden at 10 o'clock
this morning. Our surrounding move
ment in which wo have been engaged
for Bomo days past, has now complete
ly succeeded. The fiercest fighting
continues at several places in tho vi
cinity of Mukden.
Wc captured n great number of
prisoners, enormous quantities of arms,
ammunition, provisions nnd other war
supplies. Thero Is nt present no tlmo
to Investigate tho number of these.
NEW CHWANG According to re
llablo information received here, tho
Russians, having been driven out of
Mukden and Fushuan, and, with tho
railroad cut, aro retreating in a de
moralized condition to tho hill country
toward tho northeast.
Detached bodies of Russians are
roughly entrenching with a view to
checking tho pursuit, but no great
rear guard action Is being fought.
It will bo ImpoBsble for tho Rus
sians to keep up any sort of resistance
for many days, as there aro no means
of provisioning in tho rough country
through which they aro rotreatlng.
It Is believed that the Russians- may
attempt to reach KIrIn, 225 miles
northeast of Mukden, through tho val
leys, but a special Japaneso corps
from tho direction of tho Ynlu rlvci
(probably General Kamamura's
forces) threatens to cut them off. .,
The casualties on botli sides have
been enormous. The Russian Sixteenth
army corpB was practically annihilated
at Tatchekiao. Eight thousand Ru3
slnns ftdl nt Lcukuaripao.
ST. PETERSBURG "Last night all
our armies commenced to retreat."
Tho greatest defeat in tho history ol
tho Russlnn-Japaneso war was made
known In St. Petersburg last night;
but only In tno paltry eight wordf
from General Kouropatkln to Emperoi
Nicholas, which wero flung about the
strcots In newspaper extras and pass
ed from mouth to mouth. Twc
thoughts formed Instantly In the minds
of everyone, and two words were on
every lip surrender peace tho for
mer dreaded, tho latter hoped for.
General Kouropatkln Is no makcv
of phrases; his words never are quoted
like, tho famous- "All Is lost save
honor," but his laconic messages hldo
more than probably any other two
sentences in the literature of war. St.
Petersburg know nothing of tho ex
tent of the disaster, not oven the lines
of Kouropatkln's retreat: whether the
route to Tie pass Is still open, whether
he Is endeavoring to cut his way
through to safety or whether, as many
of the pcssimestlc believe, ho hns
taken to the mountnlns. If it bo tho
lntter ho will Inevitably bo hemmed
In and starved Into 6urrondcr, as
Marshal, Bazalne was at Metz.
Orders Schools Reopened.
WARSAW The authorities havo
decided to order tho schools to re
opon on Tuesday, and unless the boys
return within a week to expel them.
It Is expected that the majority will
continue on strike.
Red Flag In Heart of Russia.
ST. PETERSBURG A telegram
from Ekatorlnoslav, Sonth Russia,
rays that five minors have been killed
and fifteen wounded In a conflict be
tween strlkors of tho Shoerblnoff
mines and tho Auerbach quicksilver
mines nnd soldiers In the district of
Bnkhmut. Tho strikers started looting
nnd tho troops threatened to Fhoot.
Tho former thereupon fired on the sol
dlors with revolvers and also threw
stonos at them, whoreupon tho troops
flrod a volley and order "Was restored.
Wichita Merchant Killed.
WICHITA. Knns. J. C. Casey, head
of tho Casey Wholesale Mercantile
company was shot through tho head
and Instantly killed by James Oliver.
Oliver lost ?23.000 In the failure of tho
Casey & Garst Mercantile company
a few months ago, and the mlBfortuno
preyed on his mind. He demanded
his money when tho firm was reor
ganized and had soveral arguments
with Casoy over tho loss. While Casoy
was seated at his desk, Oliver slipped
up behind him and fired three times
News in Nebraska I
An opora company has bean organ
ized In Madison.
Four houses In Albion aro now fly
ing tho red flag for smallpox.
Tho Dodgo County Formers' Tele
phone company has mado a slight
ralso In rates.
Mrs. Beats of Grand Island, who
wont to Indiana to nurse her sick hus
band, died suddenly In that slate.
The Bluo Valley Milling company
of Hblmesvlllc, hns been reorganized
with an authorized capital stock of
Tho Norfolk police have entered up
on a crusado against vice In that city,
raiding somo placos of questlonnblo
Three colored mon placed In Jail at
Alliance for house breaking, pleaded
guilty and are awaiting sentence ns
soon as tho judge arrives.
Recently a grafter persuaded n niim
bor of Cass county people to invest
in an incubator at tho small price of
i, and afterwards attempted to real
ize J37 for tho same.
Governor Mickey hai honored the
rculsltlon of tho governor of Missouri
for tho return to that stato of Leo
Norman Taylor, wanted in Andrews
county for grand larceny.
The now city directory of Fremont
for 1905 Is out. It contains 4,4.16
names, which would Indicate a popu
lation of 11,000 .nn Increase of 1,000
Blnce tlio last directory was Issued.
Blythe & Patton, whose elovator
was destroyed by fire at Blue Springs
a few dnys aco, expect to soon erect
a now 20,000-bushel elevator not far
from tho Burlington depot nt that
Word was brought to Clay Center of
the burning of a bam on tho farm
of Mrs. Crlt Stephenson, five mllos
southeast. No particulars wcro learn
ed as to tho amount of loss or cause
Joo C. Hottel of Omaha, a lad 18
years old, was killed at Ashland by
falling under n Rock Island train over
tho Burlington tracks. It is supposed
that he was catching a ride and
William Thrcadkell was hilled In
tho Burlington yards at Lincoln while
trying to uncouple two cars. Ho
caught a foot in n fish plato as ho
stepped between tho cars and was In
William. M. Quackenbush, a farmer
living thirteen miles ' northwest of
Beatrice, was accidentally shot . and
instnntly killed by William N. Pluck
nett, his wife's cousin, whilo tho two
wero duck hunting.
Both of tho Incubator factories at
Clay Center aro running night forces
in their shops. Tho postofllce 'thero
has been paying out to these con
cerns over ?2,000 per day in money
orders for somo time.
A society for the prevention of
cruelty to animals has been organ
ized at Osceola. Dr.- E. D. Buckner,
Judgo F. H. Ball and Postmaster
Henry H. Campbell are tho Incorpora
tors and board of trustees.
Relatives of Michael Lamb of Greel
ey county, who is doing time at tho
penitentiary on a charge of being Im
plicated In a cattle stealing case, havo
renewed their efforts to havo him par
doned, or his sentence commuted.
Since tho ico has broken u In Gib
son's lake east of Nebraska City,
thousands of dead fish havo floated to
the shoro. Among the dead flsh are
hundreds of fine has? and croppy.
Many of tho bass weigh from four to
six pounds each.
Tho house committee on claims dis
covered thnt the claim of the heirs
of Horman Goeddc of Sioux City had
been raised from ?1.500 to ?1 1,500.
Goedde died several years ago and his
heirs live In Germany. Tho property
went to tho stnte.
State Auditor Searle has refused to
honor the warrant of State Senntor
Jennings for $3 a day extra pay as
president of the senate, claiming the
act providing for increased compensa
tion is unconstitutional. Tho attornev
general upholds tho auditor in his
Colin H, Mclsaac, commissioner
general of the Lewis and Clark cxprsl
tlon. Is in Lincoln conferring with
Btato officials and legislators in re
gard to Increasing the proposed ?15.
030 appropriation from Nebraska. He
reminds the state that Oregon appro
priated $30,000 to mako the Omaha
exposition a success; that Oregon has
sustained the most cordial relations
with Nebraska and does a business
with us of more than $10,000 per year.
The general store of J. Carlyle at
Scotia was entered nnd robbed. Tho
thieves broke open n desk and secured
$203. Evidently tho use of blood
hounds wns anticipated for a quantity
of sulphur was sprinkled on tho floor
nnd also upon the sidewalk for some
distance outside the door. Sheriff
Smith came In a fow hours after tho
robbery was discovered, bringing his
bloodhounds, but the sulphur ontlrely
baffled them and they could do noth
ing. Four cars of Northwestorn freight
train No. 46 were piled in a heap and
wrecked near Platte river station, six
miles wost of Fremont. Tho wreck
was caused by u broken flange. Iirgo
quantities of grain wero spilled on
Holdrege Is etiioyln? an unusual
building boom this sirhiff. Thors aro
now twenty-seven rosMerces In course
of construction nnd the now Onrnnc'o
library will bo eommencod w'thin tho
next thirty dnys. There iff also talk
of n new $15,000 schorl building
which, in all probability, will bo oroct
rt In time for tho fall torni.
MAERED A YOUNO WOMAN'S HAP
HNESB POR SEVEN YEARB.
Intrt-fereil Willi Her Social Diittr nnd
Threatened to Cnuae Jler lletlre-
ment How She Wan Cured.
EVery sufferer from nervous headache
knows how completely it unfits ono for
tho duties nnd pleasures of life. Any
little excitement, or ove'.-exertion, or Ir
regularity brings it on. Sometimes tho
pain is over tho wholo bond. Again it
is like n nail driven into the brain, or a
wedgo splitting it open, or rt band tight
ening about it. At ono time it is all iu
tho top of tho head, nt another it is all
at tho baso of tho skull.
Most headaches can bo traced to soma
faulty stato of tho blood. When tho.
blood Is scnuty or charged with poison,
nnd tho nerves nro imperfectly nourished
nnd tho digestion weak, ono of thocom-
nionost results is frequent nnd sovero
Tho important thing is to get rid of tho
diseased condition of tho blood that
causes tho nttnek by tho uso of a remedy
that will do tho work quickly and
thoroughly. What is that remedy? Tho
experience of Miss Ellen McKenna far
uishes tho answer. She says :
"For moro than soven years I was iv
great sufferer from nervous hcadnohe and
dizziness. My stomach wns disordered,
and I became so restless thnt I could not'
Bit still any length of time. Dizziness
interrupted my work greatly. At first
tho attacks were not so severe, but tlioy
gradually grew more violent, and finally
became no ncuto that I was on tho point
of relinquishing my membership in the,
different organizations to which I be
" What saved yon from that necessity?"
"A very siniplo thing ; tho call of a
member of ono of tho clubs.who strongly
ndvised mo to tryDr. Williams' Pink Pills
before giving up. I nctcil on her sugges
tion atones, nnd nf tor steadily using this
great blood nnd nerve remedy for two
months, my headaches nnd my dizzi
ness entirely disnpjM'nrcd.
Miss Mckenim is Fccrotnry of tho
Associated Ladies' Guild, nnd resides at
No. 48 Wail street . Roxbnry, Mass. Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills havo cured many'
hunlreds of similar cn-cp, and can'bn
confidently recommended to drive nil
poisons from the blood and to givo needed
strength to tho nerves. Every druggist
Man wants hut little here below'
nnd thatts about all he gets.
DISFIGURED DY ECZEMA.
Wonderful Change In a Night In '
Month Face Was Clear as Ever
Another Cure by Cutlcura.
"I had eczema on the faco for five
months, during which tlmo I was In
tho caro of physicians. My faco was
so disfigured I could not go out, and lt
was going from bad to worse. A,
friend recommended Cuticura. Tho'
first night after I washed my face
with Cutlcura Soap, and used Cuticura :
Ointment and Resolvent, It changed
wonderfully. From that day I was '
able to go out, and In n month thoj
treatment had removed all scales and !
senbs, and my face was as clear as
sver. (Signed) T. J. Soth, 317 Staggl
Street, Brooklyn, N. Y."
Hope Isn't much gcod unless It is'
oacked up by hustle.
Important to Mothers.
Cxuntno carefully every bottle of CASTOIUA,
a mfa and euro remedy for Infants and children,
and sea that It
ta Use Tor Over ao Years.
Tbo Kind You llavo Always nought.
Somo men are paid to havo good
sense becauso they are lucky, and
what thoy think have but little to say.
Try One Package.
If "Defiance Starch" Ooes not please
you, return It to your dealer. If It does,
rou get one-third more for the same
money. It will give you satisfaction,
and will not ntlck to the Iron.
It'atoo suggestive if tho hangman
walks with a swing.
Mnrnrnnl "IV lien r.
Salrer'n strain of tin's licit Is the kind
which laughs nt drought and the ele
ments and positively mocks Black Rust
thnt terrible scorch!
I''" sre of yM'ng 80 bushels of finest
heat the sun slimes on wt iicre on oood
111., la., Mtih.. Wis., O.. I'o., Mo., Neb,
lands and 40 to (10 budiels on and lands!
Io rust, no inject, no failure. Catalog
tells asl about it.
Jtrir fiF.M 10c AMI THIS NOTCB
to the John A. Salrer Feed Co., La Crosse,
r ?; 8n,1.Mley Wlll ""-''I'' J" f,ee a samplo
of this hejt and, oilier faun seeds, to-
E?,,J..W,,h Urr K?c" """W. wortk
100.00 toany widc-awakcfnrn.vr. LW.N.U J
Tho ballet might como under tha
head of "figured goods."
How's This ?
yf olTir One Hundred Di.llara Hewird for any
et of CftUrrh I tut caunut be cared br Uall's
... .. F. J.C1IKVEY CO.. Toledo. O.
We. be undersigned, bate knn K. J. Cheney
'orlhelait 15 rer. and believe lilm perfectly non
arable In all liulur iranai'tona and financially
able to carry out any oliiiaii na nude by hU firm.
WaLitivn, Kixmn & Urv.y,
... , VI'I'Ie-alenrniifUia.Tt.ledo.O.
Hilt's Caiarrli Can la lal.cn Internally, aetln
directly upon Hie IiI-m-I and tnucnua aurfacre of tba
ayilem. IrailinnoUlaarnt'free. l'rlco JS cents B
bottle Sold by all Jirul.ia.
Take Haifa family I'llla fur comtlpatlon.
Truth is as Impossible to bo soiled
by any outward touch' as tho sun
TO CUKK A TOM IN ONE HAY
Take Latallie Itiumu (jululne TaWeta. AM dm,
rlaia refund tbe .u..0ey If It fall, to cure, E.K
linnee tlgnature la oa cacti bui. use.
In a multitude of advisers there la
confusion. " ,
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