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ADDIv'KSS -ALrjOK'DKUS TO
A CHILD IN THE LIONS' CAGE.
j Awful Ordeal of at 1.1 on Kre irr In the
I Kinplo i tlit Khedive of Kgypt.
VhMi Ifiuail IVh;t. the? extravagant
, khedive of Esrypt, reiijm'tl over that his
i.toncal latnl." bai'l an aojtt.iiutatice of
' the notorious ruler, "he hail in his pir
j Uen a larw ca;'e of African Hons Xoblo
brutes thy were, ami until tl- event of
' winch 1 s-ak I never tired of looking
at them One day while walking with
Inn highness in the tcarden, the keejer.
accompanied iv h pretty little jfirl. en
tereil carryiti a b.i.sket of incut tor the
"The khedive and 1 walked toward the
cn-re to watch the iK-ast.s eat They
were hniivrrv. aul pounced unon th-ir
food with a ra vein in fury that chilled
me Standing close by the cage, witi
her hands resting on the bars, was the
little child tier long golden hair at
times blown by the breezo in.side the in
" 'Why do you jxrmit your daughter
to gi so near the lions?' the khedive uskt-d
of tlie keej-r
" 'Oh.' replied the keeper, they are so
accustomed to her they would not harm
" 'Then oen the door and put her in
side, said the khedive.
"My blood froze at the command, for
command it was 1 tried to speak, but
could not. 1 was unable even to move.
The keejer, with the submissiveuess of
those who know their livea will pay for
feit if they disobey their ruler, tnada
with his eyes an appeal for mercy But,
seeing none in the kliedive's face, he
kissed the little one tenderly, lifted her
up. ojened the door, placed her inside
and. as the door swung to. he turned his
face away and groaned. The little one,
though she did not stir, seemed not
"The lions appeared surprised, and as
the largest and fiercest rose and walked
toward her 1 thought 1 sliould choke.
Happily the father did not see the beast.
"The khedive alone was unmoved, and
stood gazing at the scene calmly and
with the curious smile I had so often
seen play ujion his features when watch
ing the dance of a ballet. The lion went
up to the child, suielled of her, looked at
her for fully half a minute, then lay
down at her feet and beat the floor with
his tail. Another lion approached. The
first one gave an ominous growl and the
second lion went back. The others
crouched low, and each second 1 ex
ected them to spring, but they did not.
This continued. I think, about five min
utes, the big lion never taking his eves
from the girl and ceaslessly lashing the
ine Kneaive ty this time was evi
dently satisfied, and turned to the keep
er and commanded him to thrust a live
lamb into the cage through another
door. With a celerity I have never seen
equaled, the keeper caught a straying
lamb and obeyed. As he did so. every
lion sprang upon the Iamb.
Take out the child,' the khedive
commanded, and scarce had the words
escaped him ere the keeper, who had al
ready run to that end of the cage, jerked
it 3 . -l .i - . . i
open ine uoor. suarcueu me tittle one
out and clasped her in his arms. The
khedive laughed, tossed the keeper a
coin, ana. taking my arm, walked on
It Should be in Every House
J. R Wilson. :t7l Clay St.. Sharps,
hurjr. J'a., f.ty s he w ill not he with
out Dr. Kingf's .New Discovery for
Consumption. Coughs .ni'I (."!!.-.
that it ctircil hi wife who was
threatci:el with 1'iniiiiiom'a afu-r
an attack of I.a (irippc," when
varion.- other remedies aixl .-i vn;:l
physicians Ii.nl 1iic her no tfool.
h'ohcit Marh.r. of fockspoit. J'a.,
claims Dr. Kind's New I i.-co ci
has done him more im 1 than an
1 1 1 i 1 1 ii" . he ever used for J unV
Trouhle. .Nothing like it. Trv it.
Free trial hotlh-.-nt !'.(!. I "i i kc A:
Cos lriio-.tort l.arye holtlc. .")i
I am an obi man ami have heeu a
constant siillerer with catarrh lor
the last ten years. I am entirely
enrol hy the use of Kly'.- Cream
IJalin. It is slianye that'so simple
a remedy will curt- such a stuhl.orn
disease. --Henry Hillings. I. S. Pen
sion Attorney, Washington, 1 . C.
For eiyht years I have suth red
from catarrh, which affected my
eyes ami hearing; I liave employed i
many physicians without relief. 1 I
mil now on 1113 second hottle of
July's Cream Halm, and feel confi
dent of a complete cure. Mary C.
Thompson, Cerro (iordo, 111.
W ilis' Nerveand Liver Hide-
Act on a in w principa- n giilitriij
t he h ver, stomach ami bowil th j O'igl.
the l-ervc. A. new disci, vei v. Dr. Miles'
I'illf H eeillly 1 lirt- l'i!l"lrln nt. t'e-t .
torpid liver, piles, const pHtieii. I'ne
ipualed tor iiieii. women. chililren.
Sinillesf, mililist. -nrst! . do-e.
SninplH free K. (i. F:i'. k- vV Cv's
11- 1 r r r c,
EOMUfv'DS & ROOT
1 lie pioneer iih-k bruit of
GROCERS ! MuasiAY
HAVE THE MOST
STOCK IK THE CITY.
Cuny h full Mock of ycnerai
in. ri lioii.iiM,. hi4 tli . II v.-ry
close. Iligliot price paid for,
nil k ind of farm produce, (h-n
eroun treat iiieutMtid fsir dealing
l the -eeiel i f our N(iTeM.
A I I I : VI ( ). J- A K" M i; K" S
The Cr-atest Strike
Ainono- the o-n.jit strikes that of
Dr. Miles in discovering his New
Heart Cure has proven itself to he-
one of the most important. The de
mand for it has hceouie astonish-ino-.
Alr-ady the treatment of heart
disease is heiny revid ut ion i.ed, am!
iniitiy unexpected cures effected. It
soon relieves short hreath, llutter
i 1 1 .if. pains in side, arm. r-houlilcr.
weak and hungry s;n-ll v opp"-..-s-sion.
swtdlino- of ankles, smotlu 1 in-
ami heart dnipsy. Dr. Mile' hook
on Heart ami .Nervine Diseases
free. The unequaled New Hem
Ciiv is sold and i;"iiaraiitet-d l I
i. rricke v C o. also his KVstorat ivc
Nervine for headache, lits. sprees
1101 uasiies, nervous cliills, oiiuu
liamt, etc. 4
Heart disease is hy tactile most
frepient cause of sudden death
which 111 mree out ot lour cases i
unsuspecteI. The sviiititoms an
not o-enerallv understood. These
an-: a hahit of lyino- on the rio-Jit
side, short hreath, pain or ditress in
the side, hack or shoulder, irreofitlar
pulse, asthma, weak and htinory
spells, wind in stomach, swellino-of
ankles or tlropsy, oppression, dry
couo-h and smotherini;. Dr. Miles
illustrated hook 011 Heart Disease,
free at K Ci. hriie .V C'o's, wJio sell
ami guarantee Dr. Miles' unopialed
Aew Heart Cure, and his restora
five Nervine, which cures nervous
ness, headache, sleeplessness, drop
sy, etc. Jt contains no opiates.
HakfM In London.
There are 14,000 bakers in London, of
whom 5.000 are foreigners, mostly Ger
mans. Foremen bakers get from five
dollars to eight dollars a week, second
hands from four dollars to five dollars a
week, third hands from two dollars to
three dollars a week The hours of labor
range from twelve to fifteen hours a day
and on Saturdays from twenty to twen
ty-three hours. Most of the small bakers
act as their own foremen.
The majority of the bakehouses are
miserable underground cellars, overrun
with roaches, mice and other vermin.
Tl 11 Ml ... .
xue cenars are so in ventilated and so
unhealthy that the bakers are subject to
a number of special diseases, all of
which may be communicated to the con
sumers of the bread they make, for they
are mostly diseases of the skin, and the
bakers in these dens, as a rule, work
stark naked from their waists up. and
there is generally no accommodation of
any kind for washing except in the
kneading tubs. New York Recorder.
The rrescfeiice of t'nie.
The prescience of fame is very infre
quent. The village gazes in wonder at
the return of the famous man who was
born on the farm under the hill, and
whose latent greatness nobody suspect
ed; while the youth who printed verses
in the corner of the county paper, and
drew the fascinated glances of palpita
ting maidens in the meeting house, and
seemed to the farmers to have associated
himself at once with Shakespeare and
Tupper and the great literary or "littery
folks, never emerges from the poet's de
partment in the paper in which uncon
sciously and forever he has been cor
nered. It would be a grim Puritan jest
if that department had been nam?d from
the comer of the famous dead in West
minster abley. George William Cur
tis in Harper's.
Ihis remedy is hecomino- so well
and so popular as to need no special
mention. All who have used Jvlecl
trie Hitters sino- the same sono- of
praise.- A purer medicine does no
exist and it is iruaranteed to do al-
that is claimed. Klectric Hitter.-
wiu cure all diseases ot ttie liver
and kidneys, will remove pimples,
boils, salt rheum and other affec
tions caused hy impure blood.
Will drive malaria from the system
and prevent as well as cure all ma
larial fevers. F'or cure of headache.
constipation and uidioestion try
Klectric Hitters.- Jm tire satisfaction
o-unranteed, or money refunded. -
Price- .)e and .fl per bottle at F. (',.
Fricke A: Co's drim-store. a
Hrown V Harrett dispense a
o-reater variety of Summer drinks
than any house 111 the city. tf
A Fatal Mistake.
Physicians make mi more fatal
mistake than when they inform pa
tients that nervous heart troubles
come from the stomach ami are of
little consequence. Dr. Franklin
Miles, the noted Indiana specialist,
has proven the contrary in his new
book on "Heart Disease" which may
be had free of P. ( i. Fricke & Co.,
who "iiarantee and recommend Dr.
Miles' unequalled new Heart Cure,
which has the lary-est sale of anv
heart remedy in the world. Itcures
nervous and organic heart disease,
short breath, fluttering, pain or ten
derness 111 the side, arm or shoulder.
irregular pulse, faintino;, smother-
1110-, drops v, etc. 11 is Kestorative
Nervine cures headache, fits, etc.
lee Cream Delivered
J. P. Antil has started an ice
cream delivery wniron, which de
livers ice cream to your homes in
any amount.you wish, .leave orders
at his place. near corner of Sixth and
Pearl street. tf
W'AXTKh-A desirable tenant for
the Dovey homestead, corner of
Seventh and Oak streets,
tf K. G. Dovky i Sox.
Cor Fifth asp "ink Sts
A Sift Answer.
Francois is an excellent servant, and
always sits up for his master. One night
Viscount de i Fiancois" master.
came home from his club at 3 o'clock in i
the morning tie found his faithful j
valet in the bedroom, reclining fast '
asleep on the sofa near the fire. Instead i
of waking him, he quietly undressed and i
pot into bed. Ten minutes afterward '
t raucois awoke and exclaimed: "Past 3
o'clock and the beast hasn't come in yet!"
The viscount raised his head and said,
in a very gentle voice: 'Yon may go to
bed, Francois; the beast has got back to
its lair." L'Univeis
Philip Krause will sell his goods
cheap till the lath, of August, in
order to make room for his fall
Wood for -. 1 : e .
Over a thousand cords of dry
wood for sale hy Charley Hemple.
J,eave orders at Henry Weekback
A: Co's. dtf
Vale has confessed to a
consists of putting on
j A professor of
i suierstition It
and taking off his clothes in a regular
way The right siioe. the right leg of
j his trousers, the right sleeve to shirt or
j coat, are always put on first, because of
a foolish idea that - Taehow or other
I mishaps would follow tavoring the left
shoes, sleeves and legs in such a way.
New Barn New SatcK'k.
Khun Parmele has pushed his
way to the frrrnt as a livery man by
keeping nothing but the linest car
riages ami buggies ami best horses
to be found in the state. Those
j wanting a satisfactory livery can't
do better than to call on ."Mr. Par
! mele. dtf
Notice is hereby given that I will
apply to the count- commissioners
at their next regular mi eting tor a
license to sell malt, spirituous anil
vinous liquors in the village of
Union, Cass county. Nebraska?
d&wtf. "jOHX MOHLEK. -
e want your Poultry, IJggs, Hut
ami our farm produce of .ill
we will pay you the highest
price as we are buying lor a
tin- i.kadim; gkci:ks
l'lattsiiiouth - - Nehta.-
ZUCK WEILER 4 LUTZ-
( - lll l'I'SI .
lilllT tuli A V' Mil-
tlt-;u'.aiai't. i - (el
Horn: a, i i-ki-I).
HI hi-: MIMXI.IS.U'KKK.
U;u;..i. rtlnl li!;t:k.-.llil! Il simp
A MugL'y, Michiiu kihI
pl.iiv lie .nil tit ''t.ne
lIuUSKSIhiKINO A SCKCIALTY
-IIe lite til 0
Which is thr biht hurwshof for th
fnrnicr. . r for fnt drivinu. r for citj
purposes ever invented. It i so nmde
that unyone c;.n put on sharp or lint
.'i.rks, n needed for wit mid slipprry
d vs. or smooth, dry romls. Call at
M':- shop and examine tin nkvkhsi.ip
nd you will use no otle-i.
J. M. SHN'KI.LJiACKKIt.
2 North Fifth St. I'lHttsinouth
vie nay no rer.t nnd m 11 1
You don't'pny hiiy l.ii! fei
when yi-u buy i f this firm.
-t SOFT CO Ah always ol
MANl'KACTbHKH OK fl
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
I'KAI.KK IN TH K
K( l,l. t.INK OK
H'HA('CiiANI) S.MOKKItS' AIM 1CLK
w t yt iii jo .eU
Nov. an. ihh.
ME at mar: e
F. 1 1. i;LKKNJAL'3I, Prop.
!. I iiil rn vrllii-
A muni l'li:l ! Il.tiir ti ff
Villi ni-i-il III. Ciiiii;tl Hi lcH Miif a reliable
Unit that waiTiinl- iinrsci v -lock Il'st c;is ;inl
true to iian.H Work ll the Year h ',
Kiioil pity Weekly le i-in-i irvtiv iin-n. Miplv
.Mj.-k. Ht.vn,,.. L L MaY & CO.
Miisfijineii Hi.n-t ami v-i...ii!.,, . i pain Mill
1 hi house is l esimiisidl,.
The I. est of fresh meat alway s found
in tins market. Also fresh
Ivs ami Jhttter.
Wild oaiiie of all kinds kept in
. SIXTH STKKKT
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria,
When Baby was sick, h -.a-.-e li. r ( 'as: ria.
When she wo "li:.M, h!... .-(.,: f, p '- '-,r:a
Wt.er: sjje li.M-rie M ;t i ,! .
7ierisliehi!( 1 : -. . -i
C'astoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregrorc, Drops, Soothing- Syrups and Castor Oil
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Custoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting- Sour Curd
cures. Diarrhoea, and Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething troubles cures constipation and flatulency
Castoria assimilates the food, regulate the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's .Tanaceai the Mother's Friend
"CastoHa Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me ot it
pood effect upon their children."
Da. O. C OeoooD,
" Castoria Is the bet rmely for children of
which I arn acquainted. I bejre the day isnot
far distant hn mothers will coaiaiier the real
interest of their children, and uso Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying thir loved ones, by forcing ofAnm,
morphine, X)thin? syrup and fth-r hurtful
agents down th' ir throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Pa. J. F. KwcheijOK,
Cantria ia so well a.1aptel to children thai
I rwvMiaund it fattwperiortoany preiicriptiur
known to bm."
EE. A. Arthur, 5L
ill So. Oxford St., Iirrklyn, S. Y.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spokea highly of their expert
ence In their eutnide practice with CaKtoriA
fuii altiKJUgh tre oaly Aire nmmg our
medical supplies what is ZBOvn an regniar
prodncts, yet wb are frue to crmfess that tli
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor Ufmn it."
L'StTED IIOsnTAl. 1.1D IttSPEKSAXT.
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