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THE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT.
THE CRAND OLD MAN STEPS
DOWN AND OUT.
LORD ROSEBERT THE NEXT PREMIER.
Saramonrd by the Queen to Take Vp
the Kelus of Government iladatone
Decline the Offer of Elevation
to tho Peerage HUty-Four
Tnn Kpent In the Service
of Hie Country.
Lospom, March 5. William Ewart
Gladstone has retired from the pre
miership of Great liritain for the last
time and Lord R mebcry has been sum
moned to Windsor castle by Sir Henry
Ponsonby, Queen Victoria's private
secretary , to take up the reins of gov
ernment laid down by the great com
moner. Mr. Gladstone will spend his last
days as a commoner of England. lie
refused as he has done several times
before, the offer of the queen of eleva
tion to the peerage.
Official announcement of the retire
ment of the grand old man from ac
tive public life has not yet been made,
but the fact that Lord Kosebcry was
summoned by Kir Henry I'onsonby at
4 o'clock this afternoon makes it posi
tive that the venerable leader has laid
down his work forever. Official an
nouncement is not expected before
It Is said that when Mr. Gladstone
tendered his resignation formally to
the queen yesterday the scene was
very pathetic. He explained his phy
sical incapacitv to continue his public
work longer and the queen replied in
feeling terms. (She then urged the
venerable statesman to accept a peer
age, but he firmly declined.
Mr. Gladstone, who was the Queen's
guett at Windsor, rone early this
morning and took a long walk in the
grounds of the castle. Tho morning
air was fine, and accompanied by Gen
eral the Kt Hon. 8lr Henry Frederick
Tonnonby, private secretary to her
majesty, he enjoyed his walk greatly,
lie looked In the best of health and
was certainly in tho best of spirits.
At tho queen's dinner he was also in
the highest of spirits and convened
with great animation.
After his morning walk Mr. Glad
stone vinited his old friend, tho dean
of Windsor, the Very Rev. Philip
Frank Eliot, D. D., and later at
tended services in Kt. George's chapel.
About 1 o'clock all the cabinet min
isters except Lord Rosebcry, who re
mained In London, arrived at the
castle and the council meeting took
Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone left Wind
sor at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Tho
route from the castle to the railroad
station was thronged with people,
who heartily cheered tho retiring
After Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone and
tho cabinet ministers had left Wind
sor it became known that tho queen
had sent her private secretary, the
Rt Hon. Sir Henry I'onsonby, to Lon
don, summoning Lord Rosebery to
Numbers of telegraphic messages
reached Mr. Gladstone during tho
morning, some of them being from
Ireland, asking tho premier to recon
sider his determination to retire from
office and recording resolutions ex
pressing sympathy with him and urg
ing him to continue at the head of the
Liberal party. Among' the towns
which sent huch messages wcro Bel
fast, Londonderry, Cavan and Mona
ghan. During tin morning Earl Spencer
and the Right Honorable tlcury U.
Asquith, secretary of state for home
affairs, and other ministers called
upon Lord Rosebery at his house and
remained in consultation with him for
some time. His house, No. 38 lterkely
square, where ho arrived yesterday
evening was surrounded all morning
by a crowd of curious people anxious
to catch a glimpse of the man who
now occupies such a share of public
attention. Messengers, bearing dis
patch boxes, were to bo seen constant
ly coining In and going out of tho
Tho consultations nt Lord Uoso
bery's residence endod towards noon,
when Earl Spencer left for Padding
ton railroad station where Sir William
Vernon llaronnrt, chancellor of the
exchequer, and tho Earl of KliuUcrly
joined him and they sturtud on their
way to Windsor.
lxrd Rosebery and Mr. Asoutih
then drove to Mr. John Moricv's where
another consultation was hehi previous
to the departure of other iiu'inhera of
the cabinet for Windsor.
There Is considerable diversity of
opinion as to who will be the next
secretary of state for foreign affair.
The general idea seems to U that tho
Karl vt Kiinlx-rlv, now Uml predion t
of the council and secretary of state
for India, l the coming mini for tlx
SUTV-Kol M tKAHS Of I I 111 H I U K.
History records few 'ir'ur u re
markable in their many f.Miirva a
that of William Kwtut !. Ut.m
England's rvtlrinsr hvihIt. of lit si
years aUty-fonr have l'n t.p, t in
active strviee for hi country, onoc
.down f the j.!.iti.ini .. ai-titr
work and leadership and hau.li
capH.'d and picyed upon by (hvuul
lutirmitit and t14 a tht vlif r tf
"the jr mud u4 in u ' will t'lolml.ly not
long withstand aauU UoiU, In '
MU work, has ! the Malt of hi
life, UUninrvk ha held hi lil alate
omfcreitc, ;U,li,.ti' h rtlret.
lotfetlit l (lira tmi yn-at itiMUt'Uial
JUutatif tt t( tsiH'hl will ivmh1 mt
a stul t 't titter H i in ( i rt?i
y etlau ric aiul ciiior (,uitttr tlu
tiU hcsof taM tlil'i tlu r h I iM-n
so Umg au.l nU-iMlil,! I.MhiiH .( litpr
ulstUtoitv's ilUiuiitiy 'jtwr
isles ftvMi I tuber, lU, sen b
Utok ata wst in the h a mt
ber trw Newark, a noiuiH4Vt
borouf a VeloMgtng l the Hks &t
iVewU. M lata a fradttlU
from Oxford of one sear's standing
anl was just entering bis 23d year
and has been in public life ever since.
THE COMING PREMIER'S CABF.KB.
Archibald Philip Primrose, fifth earl
of Rosebery, is one of the most promi
nent peers of England and has been
considered far and away the ablest
man among Mr. Gladstone's col
leagues. He is a boyish looking fel
low who does not appear within many
years of his age 47. He . grad
uated at Eton and Christ church,
Oxford,; with honors. At first he
gave considerable attention to the
turf but in the 70s he mode some
clever speeches in the house of lords
and in Midlothian he took an active
part in the campaigns. He assisted
Mr. Gladstone in the campaign of 1879
and also In the noted struggle for
Liberal supremacy in the following
year. He began his ministerial career
as under secretary of state for the
home department from 1881 to 1883,
and from February to June 1835,
was a member of the cabinet
as lord privy seal and first
commissioner cf works. In tho ses
sion of 1X84 he moved a resolution fa
voring the reform of the house of
lords and on the return of the Liberals
to office in J88o he accepted tho sec
retaryship for foreign affairs. He
then showed great sagacity and fore
sight and won the commendation
of all parties. It was during
his term that the Gnnco-T urklsh war
was averted and peaceable relations
restored between the Porto and
Alexander of Dulg.iria. He returned
to the present cabinet as secretary for
Like Mr. Gladstone, Rosebery is a
prodigious worker. He is a speaker
of undoubted power and talents and a
ready command of language. Further
more he is witty.
Lady Rosebery was Miss Hannah
Rotuchild, daughter of the late liaron
Mayer do Rothschild. She was mar
ried to the earl March SO, 1878. Both
families were gainers by the alliance,
though tho Primroses were sufficiently
wealthy to disregard the money con
sideration in such affairs. The Prince
of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge
were present while the bride was
given away by Lord lleaconsflcld.
Four children were born of tho union,
the two eldest being girls.
SUNDAY REST ON THE ERIE.
All Freight Train to He Held In the
Yards Only Necessary Work Hone,
Chicago, March 5. Four thousand
railroad men, who haveibccn working
seven duys a week for years, will get
a holiday to-morrow.
For tho first tlmo in tho history of
trunk lines in this country an order
has been issued by tho Erie road to
hold all common freight trains in the
yards jrom 11 o'clock Saturday until
13 o'clock Sunday night every week
In tho year. The order will go into
effect at midnight and all the railroad
men handling freight on the New
York, Lako Erie & Western, tho New
York, Pennsylvania & Ohio and the
Chicago & Erie railroads will be given
a day off tomorrow.
Only the necessary crews to handle
perishable freight will bo kept at
work. The passenger servlco will
also be cut down so that tho station
agents and telegraph operators may
get a few hours extra rest on Sunduy.
The order affects nearly 8,000 men,
nan ot which will get a day's rest,
the other half being compelled to
work two or three hours on the
UNJUST ON OUR MEATS.
Uerraan Crltkilaina of American Inspec
tion Declared Without Good HnsU.
Wasiiisotox, March 8. Tho atten
tion of tho agricultural department
has been called to the Hcrlin dispatch
in which Professor Muller and Herr
Werner, directors of tho agricultural
high school, denounced tho manner in
which American meats were inspected.
The department officials, however,
are not giving themselves any
concern regarding tho statements
made, as they say there can
bo no grounds for such complaints, if
tho experience of tho past two years
since the meat Inspection law ..'nt
Into operation is taken into considera
tion. There has not been a single cuso
of trichina proved during that tlmo In
meats inspected and shipped abroad.
There was one instance where it was
alleged trichina existed in exported
meat, but this was it ease in which the
meat had not undergone the proper
inspection by an official of the United
States and the consul who had certi
fied to its inspection had been imposed
No More Kree lepartmrnt Hreil.
Washing ro.v, March 5. The annual
distribution of seed by the department
of n.ffrieniMro In response to personal
applications, has been discontinued
for th pre ent season and hereafter
dfctribtition will bo made at the direc
tion of tho congressmen who still have
certain quantities to their account
The department this year provided for
more than U.WHt.ooo packages of seed,
two-thirds of which were the quota
I'rrala Take Arltnn A latitat otUrr,
Tuimvx. March .V The govern
ment Persia ha nYuUHy unuottito
cd that the mint will no l.-ner coin
silver for the public. It aWi dec tares
that tin Importation of silver U pro
hibited for the futnrn and that a
month hence the rnsloms authorities
wilt treat a contraband all silver not
ordered by the mint.
Afrll ff 1 MtbalHtal.
Ki t irv, Mv, March 1. W. II.
Tow n c-f Chicago an officer of the M
t'oriiiU W harvesting uiavhlne company,
cauh the arrot lerd) afternoon
of Prank Latter, gcncrnl iintof th
company at Kan t it v. on a l..ivs
of r iuhviuMMit s.t of the ctt'iifany s
fund, and of John J. vhapivt t, IhhiW.
ipr f lh Kanasai'iir tin'h,. ot
a rimrtf if futaltitf ,i,'i
atulthf tpi-oinl niH Hi H'.III. 4iv
K ti tut, Mrch V I Intel
5Ult MaikUel Mo lit) t.fUv routiuia
ktoucd J, K t-Mll a h' ik . v ; .,U f
deputy. Mr. sid.U 11 u a IU hm .
Ha aotel chief deputy for t r
frrnVM until lri.k.Al '1 fd,in. llu la
tbo. Highly tniiiihod Urfatoinv the
workings or in niticat
111 lid Wll.
JUDGE PHILLIPS DECIDES THE
TEMPLE LOT CASE.
HEDRICKITES HOT TRUE MORMONS.
Itrleham Voune'a Aaauuied I'realtlcncy of
the (bnrch In 1844 After the Kpllt
Was at luarpatloii and Departure
From tbe Law of the Church
The Halt Lake liranrh
Scored by the Judge.
Kansas Cm", Mo., Marcl3. Temple
lot, the sacred piece of Mormon soil
in Independence for which the Re
organized Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints and the Indepen
dence faction of the Mormon church
have been fighting in the courts for
four years was to-day decided by
Judge Philips to be tho property of
the Reorganized church.
The Independence faction of the
Mormons is by tho opinion enjoined
from asserting title to the property,
the cloud is removed and full posses
sion allotted i to tho plaintiff. The
successful organization has its head
quarters at Laroml, la. Its following
numbers 25,000 souls and its president
is Joseph Hinith, jr., a son of Prophet
Joseph Binith, tho founder of Mor
Resides settling the title to tho
much prized Temple lot, the opinion
incidentally finds from the evidence
thot the Reorganized Church of Latter
Day Suints at Lamotii, Iowa, is the
real church which was founded in 1830
by Prophet Joseph Kmith and that the
factious of tho Mormon church in Utah
and in Independence are offshoots of
the mother church and have departed
from the teachings of the prophet.
Temple lot originally consisted of
sixty acres of ground, but its area has
been gradually reduced until now It
comprises a block of property 300 feet
square located on one of tho highest
eminences in Independence. It is
surrounded by a barb wire fence and
in the northeast corner is a small
frame church which is used by the
Judge Philips said that a good
chancellor may be an indifferent
theologian, but asserted that lirigham
Young's assumed presidency of the
church after the church uplit up into
factions in 1844 wus a bold usurpation
and departure from the law of the
church. He declared that the church
was the same from 1830 to 1844 and
that the Utah church was the real
power behind the defense in the suit
The Hedrickites arc called ecclesias
tical nondescripts, repudiating poly
gamy, while looking to Salt Lake City
for succor. They are described as a
small band, whoso Hci.ure of Templo
lot and attempt to divert the trust
involves the interposition of a court,
of equity. Judge Philips gave it as
the rule of civil courts that the title
to church property is in that faction
which adheres Unoriginal tenets and
doctrines for the promulgation of
which the church was established.
If tho Reorganized church is again
victorious on the appeal of the case It
is expected that tho prestige obtained
by being the possessor of Temple lot
will cause it to rapidly grow in power,,
wealth and numbers.
WORKING ON THE TARIFF.
Lead Ore Will lie Taxed a Quarter of a
Cent I'er l'ound.
Washington, March 5. When the
Democratic majority resumed its sit
ting this morning the intention, as
one of the members expressed it, wus
to continue the day's session until the
bill should be completed. The mem
bers of tho committee decline to give
out any figures, as any conclusions
reached may be subsequently changed
as they still have in mind tho idea of
formulating what shall ba in most re
spects a revenue bill.
Somo senators who have been be
fore the committee express their be
lief that their requests for higher
rates of duty will bo granted.
Advocates of a lead ore duty have
been assured by members of tho
senate finance committee that a duty
of cent per pound will bo fixed on
that article. This is just half the rate
of tho McKinley tariff, while the
Wilson bill made it practically free.
It is stated unon tho same authority
that the provisions In the Wilson bill
which lets In Mexican lend ore free
when mixed with silver and the ore Is
more valuable for silver than lead,
will Iw stricken ont.
Unless the committee should change
Its decision, coal and iron ore will be
given a duty of forty cents per ton
and prunes and currents receive a duty
of cents per pound.
POISON IN THEIR COFFEE.
K. U Murder of ! It k.K an., Ijln and
ttla Witrn lrd a UaugMer Uetvhed.
Nkwton, Kan., March Thres
members of the family of rid hnydcr,
grocer of Sedgwick, cr poisoned
yesterday at dinner, by arwuie in tho
coffee. Mr. Nnyder tiled In terrible
agony within a few hour, Mr, Kny
dcr still linger, with small hoea of
recovery. A young ti,titghter l very
sick, but 1 not In danger.
The oldest daughter, sd about Is,
U not aick and U bctuif watched, hits
Ul aleptoitiauiad and la supposed t.
have done th deed from a morbid lm
putiMfi. llo corncr will hold an In
lead sad Via t'wllt, M
Coito. Mv, March Ical and
lnc ha r been liMHvrcd ut Uoie
thrt of this cllv lit targe quanti
ties and ths p ice of land has grvstvy
advanced, tin nwu tots been offered
SHMkUt f.r f..iv sere b r fwwed 9
swept tt. l and the! at held at frvw
Itt t, si xr .-rt a fe nomUi a to
could not bought br IJ Sue
C Wilt s II. llsrUa was held wtthmt
Vi fr killtuf M"r at t lf nty,
CATCHING AN OCTOPUS.
It Is no Trick to Land Them if You Hook
"It is no trick to catch them. They
are pulled out with hook and line
from the deep waters of the sound,
just like Dsn, and are found on the
rocky bottoms of the fishing bank',
said a Seattle fisherman. "Look at
thia," continued Nick, raising the
slimy mass of legs and pointing to a
.perfect .counterpart of a parrot's
black beak. "That's his mouth, just
like a parrot's only much larger and
more powerful. When once those
jaws fasten on the bait they never let
go until landed on the deck of , the
boat No. they seldom give us much
trouble. That is part of a Greek fish
erman's early education. Experience
has 'taught tbe men how to handle
"The only care necessary is to pre
vent their fastening their suckers on
the sides and bottom of the boat If
by accident or carelessness they suc
ceed in dolrig so. tho octopus is safe,
for tho suction of those cup like disk
is so great that nothing but the knife
can dislodge them, and as they can't
be reached they get away. The men
know by the weight of tho line and
Its action when an octopus is hooked.
Then, by moans of poles, tho line is
kept away from the boat, and watch
ing a favorable opportunity, with tho
assistance of boat-hooks, the fellow is
suddenly yanked on board and left to
thrush it lifo away on deck. Of
courso, the men learn to keep care
fully out of reach of its tentacles.
'On a clear ' da and in clear
weather ono can see an octopus at
great depths. Their bodies usually
lie hlddon under shelving rocks, leav
ing only one or more of those long
feelers visible, moving cautiously
back and forth. Ily bailing a hook
with a whlto rag and drooping it close
by it is fun to watch their movements.
They pretend not to see tbe bait, be
lieving It Is a living prey. They will
advance their feelers inch by inch,
and gradually their body, and retreat
again a if to draw on their intended
victim. Playing tho bait back and
forth excites their cupidity, and when
satisfied of the result the bc-ul makes
a spring for tho bait that for llght-nlng-liko
speed beats anything on
record. Of courso it fastens its razor
like double-back-action beak into the
rag and holds on like grim death, al
lowing itself to be pulled out of tho
water rather than lot go." .
QUEER SOUTHERN PHRASES.
Provliit'lullmn Abound There, and Are
In Dr. Plorson's description of life
in the southwest as he taw it many
years ago 'before tho war" he
speaks often of the peculiar turns of
speech tbcro prevalent. Ho wus once
present ut an ecclesiastical meeting
where motions wore piled upon each
other until matters wero in a fright
ful muddle. Finally tho moderator
was appealed to for a decision.
Ho rose from his seat, as bocumo a
presiding olllcer thus appealed to. and
lifting his lank form till his head was
among tho rafters of the low school
house, ha hesitated a mom out and
"Brethren, my decision is that you
aro all ahead of tho hounds."
Dr. Plerson confesses that ho did
not fully comprehend tho meaning of
tho words but ho could not help see
ing that tho decision was porfectly
clear and satisfactory to the assembly.
As Dr. l'ierson traveled about he
was an agent of the Bible society he
often put up for tho night ut very
humble cabins, and commonly, bofore
tho family went to bod. he was in
vited to conduct family worship. The
form of tho invitation was peculiar
Tho Biblo and hymn-book were
brought forward and laid upon the
tabla and then tho host turned to
tho preacher and said: "Will you
tako tho books, sir?"
At tablo he was expected to ask a
blossing. and hero, ugain, tho phrase
ology employed was peculiar. Whon
all were seated, tho man of the house
would suyi "Will you raako a begin
ning, sir?" Then all heads were
bowed, and tho blossing was invoked.
A Novel Incltnotl Hallway,
A novel form of inclinod railway
has been built at Hrldgcnorth, Kng
land. It connects the upper and
lower parts of the town, communica
tion between which was formorly pro
vldod by tncuns of stops cut In the
solid rock. The lengtn of the track
is only 201 feot but its vertical rUo
is HI foot. There are two car on
separate Unci of rait and they are
connected hy a steel ruble passing
round a wheel at tho top. are
thus balanced and a pr-; o rating
weight Is given whichever one Is at
the top by pumping a supply of water
into a tank placed In the frame of the
car. the sleol rtttls are 'secured to
ties which are bolto I to tho solid
rock and utmost Imbedded In con
crete. The brake nre normally on
the wheels and motion U out pool
bis while the brake. in. in turn his
handle. 1 he tract' i i ui out of s U4
rock so thut it ha.l not spoil ths
bcautif t tho IttinUcapa
vhi tUte tell Hat I4 t ,
A few rears sl'O iitfuiiit tnia U vlnsr
! not over a tboustid mil front lUrt
forl fell head over hts in lot with
a )cunj lady wl out hs had been In
trod ik ed l) at la boms ( a tris4
tl rot her ers.l Hot and r
reived no answer, ssd finally becc-iav
inir disaiiersla wrote that hs wauii
J find ait c:d torp on hr front port ti
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or before toe r im ajr ot April, inh.
pa Ml' it. M. m H.I4I. i-iaiiiun,
Fy Lamb. Adams pVutt, tits aittrney.
IratiMl r ehmary 17, IfM.
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it lit v kmt :u uimo
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ta bs et cNiS'l Tiwwiajr Is lVe uhr
m JsMir, I'ehrusr. March, pril
and Mf. t'tri. ta MitMiurl I 'Ke
ttowU wUlll nws4 trl tlrs to s'.l
it Ik Tsisjs lvh test Unit U re-
r a ;.irt.f Jajs fn m iUb ot a'e
KUver are siloH) Is Arsanaa.
Tv s4UklsriB, New KUttru ss4
Is JUS isrntory, ix-me sal take t
trtstd lft StmU I'HIt 1)4X1 KLS, i
k T. r. ).Xt O street.
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BIfirC IT AID PAY HEIGHT.
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nl BrakSiMaa, SkkUaW piaMatd . SVUbaW l litr.
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sWr feha.tJtrV.r.rti.)ff XniJ suiai a cocapkt
wtof (M1 AlUtaVssMMiUi abappeai svof smt osv
go Dar Trial. No BMaf rrqarresl im advanca.
T5,n00 wow fa oat. tt arid? ku Medal awartfod aaacai aad atUclv
ata Bay fmi factory ad aara oVtJeVa ax4 aa;ca4a aoeia.
rDrr Cat Tai O- and arad ttvdayfor awataa or larra 1W
f n C, t eatt!ire, lrttifimi( (J'-mwara vt the Worid'a Fair.
OXFORD MFG. C0.312WituaATt.CHICAGOlILU
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ROOT'S REPAIRING OUTFIT,
consifttingor iron Labt
and utisvr toola and m
Boot. Rhus, and Kvuiiua.
rt'ptti rtcg. Any iy fan
uto if Thousand now
In Bia Weigttt, t.v lti.
Vriffl. iinivi nn c.. i
4,3, 1). In e.tr.i.tent
by luaiL STRAPS f r ci
ther making or
aaTleiurth or i li.i .l.l..
ed and creased, b:f ti-'il
prices. H uii injn. c m
plete.lla. eacli i !.. 7: c.
inner irooda In i npoi
tion, Mtolr and t-hi-iij!ir
by mail. Root'aHOME
flmt-plaxa KIT til HlJ'H-
i SKJfl smith Tool. RontVdxM
,a)iii mtn Boi.uimrno Cask ft. v, c. t
mail, ne. Az,-nt-i.iii-el.
ROOT BROS.. MEDINA. OHIO.
BENNETT STUMP PULLER 9 Sizes
nurse anu nana ruwer.
ThreA Dav' Trial. Cat.
Ii: 1000 rec. free. H. L.
'"Bennett, Wettervilie, 0.
"Dear Mr. Congreves Ais rule I have no
faith in advertised remedies; but it must now
be some twenty-five years since first I taw in
the person of one of my students the effects
oi your remeay.
H e seemed a t death's
door, but helives
now, a strong, hearty
I do notgo
REV. C. H. SPURGEON. by hear
say, but testify to what I have seen with my
own eyes. I believe that you have saved num
bers from Consumption. I have friends with,
coughs and weak lungs, who speak of your
medicine with sincere gratitude. Personally, I
find it most useful in the case of wearing cough.
Very reluctantly do I give testimonials for
publication ! but I send you this as your due.
What I have seen of God's healing power
through you, demand of me that I apeak for
the good of others. 1 have those around me
whose health I value, and they are living wiU
nesses that yours is a very beneficial prepara-
Vours heartily, (Rev.) C. H. SPURGEON.
"WESTWOOD," Beulah Hill, England."
G-. T. Congreve's
Message to America;
The above letter
from the late emi
nent preacher, C. H.
Spurgcon, is one of
thousands of test
imonials to tho won
derful curative prop
ertiesof mv Halsamic
Elixir, which not
only cures consump-
xion i.hic gives in
I cases of f V
8, Influenza' A
.!... .. (tan '
and all Chest affec
tions. GEO. TI10S. CONGREVE.
For years I have been entreated
to make my remedy known in the United States,
but my time has been too much absorbed by
my huropean patients to allow this. Now,
I have been able to extend my organization
so as to bring America within the scope of my
personal observation, and my desire is to
make it clear to all citizens of the United States
that they may henceforth procure from my
A cure for Consumption
which, even in the advanced stages of that
terrible disease, may be used with certainty of
Every person suffering from Chest Disease,
and all of weak lungs anu delicate habit, should
read my book on Consumption of the Lungs or
Decline, and its successful treatment, showing
that formidable disease to be curable in all its
stages, with observations on Coughs, Colds
Asthma, Chronic Bronchitis; together with
accounts of nearly aoosuccessfully cured cases,
any one of which may be likejrours, to be had
post free for 25 cts., or the book will be sent
tree with every first order of $1.00 bottlo of
my Balsamic Elixir.
CONGREVE'S BALSAMIC ELIXIR can be
obtained from many drug stores, but it will
take some time before it will be ir;roduced
into all of them throughout this rt country.
If your druggist has not yet put it in stock, it
will be sent you, carriage paid, from my own
depot, on receipt of 50 cts., $1.00, $1.75, $1.75 or
$7.00, according to the size of the bottle ordered.
CEO. THOflAS CONOREVC.
London, Eng., and
4 Wooster Street, NEW YORK,
ty Mention this paper.
North Western tins Palace Sleeper
and Fast Chicago Train Service.
A palace car for Lincoln people Is
row attached daily to the Chicago lim
ited, leaving Lincoln at 1:35. No better
service, lowest, rates.
For ticket, berth reservations etc.,
call at city oftW 1 18.) o street, or dcpol
Cor. S and 8th streets.
See that your ticket read via the
Mlswturl Pacific route fur San Francisco,
Cl. (tty tlokt'l ortlce 1201 O street.
l!o Northwestern line to Chicago
ltw rah. Fast trains. Off.ee 1133
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