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THE BED CLOUD CHIEF.
A. C. HOSMER, Publisher.
RED CLOUD. .--- NEBRASKA
The February earnings of the New
York Central were the largest in the
history of that road over S100.000 a
A Rosa Uoxheur painting, "Les
Chamois," that was smuggled into New
York, was sold by the customs officials
for 51, 050.
CnABLES L. Hublbukt, of New York,
lias made a clock of 320 kinds of wood,
in 341,000 pieces. It took over sixteen
years to build.
A bili. prohibiting to private individ
uals in Italy the sale and export of
rare old paintings to foreigners abroad
was passed by the Italian parliament
the other day.
Gejt. WiSTOR,of Philadelphia, has just
piven 5100,000 to the university there,
with the understanding that his name
should not be known, but one of the
trustees incautiously divulged it
The Patagonian lights his pipe,
throws himself down with his face to
ward the ground and swallows several
mouthfuls of smoke in a manner which
produces a kind of intoxication lasting
During the last forty years in which
Lord Tennyson has drawn a pension
lie has devoted the whole of it each
year toward the relief of authors or
the families of authors in distress. lie
has, in fact, constituted himself the
almoner of a fund of 51,000 a year for
the relief of the necessities of authors.
Two little islands furnish four-Gfths
of the cloves consumed by the world.
The islands are Zanzibar and Pemba,
and a little while ago Arabs found it
very proQtable to bring slaves from
the African lake region to the coast
and smuggle them in the night over to
Pemba to work on the clove planta
tions. Some Swiss artists at Geneva arc
painting a large panorama of the
IJernese Alp?, with the intention of
bringing it to Chicago for the world's
fair. The panorama will measure
51x345 feet and cost 5300,000. The
sketches for the panorama were taken
from the summit cf the Mannlichen,
e.OOO feet high.
TnE French crown jewels arc said to
have once included among their num
ber a perfect dragon, two inches in
length, carved from a ruby of the first
water. When the Summer Palace at
I'ekin was sacked a head of Buddha,
carved from a magnificent ruby, fell to
the duke of Brunswick as his share of
the spoils. After his death it sold for
, Tun king of Italy has a perfect fancy
for attending fires. The other evening
he was due at the German embassv,
where Count Solms gave a balL Her
Majesty Queen Margaret, radiant in a
toilet of pale yellow silk, and dazzling
with superb diamonds, came alone, and
stated that his majesty the king had
gone to a fire which had broken out at
a manufactory of maccaroni and
Italian paste, and he remained at the
scene until the flames were subdued.
A laege meteor fell on the prairie
in the Choctaw nation, Indian territory,
recently. It was imbedded at least
twenty feet in the earth and protruded
twelve feet in the air. The meteor
when seen appeared in the air like a
monster ball of fire. When the earth
was struck it fairly trembled, and
there was a spluttering and sizzing
like unto a piece of hot iron dipped in
to cold water. The meteoric stone was
as hot as a furnace several hours after
it descended to the earth.
SECKETAnr Foster, who recently re
turned from a trip to London says he
found that the silver question is one of
the principal topics of conversation in
London. He also noticed that there is
an increasing sentiment in favor of bi
metallism. This sentiment, however,
found but slow growth among the
bankers and brokers of Lombard street
which corresponds with our Wall street
They are generally opposed to a change.
He hoped that an international confer
ence in silver would be arranged.
A remarkaiii.e family lives in Morris
county, New Jersey. It is composed of
the children of L. Sliker and Mehita
bel Swavne, who were married in 1793
at Pleasant Grove, Morris county.
Fifteen children were born to this
union and of these the survivors are:
Anna, 00 years and 9 months; James,
85 years and 8 months; Delilah, S3 years
and 9 months; Isaac, 77 years and 11
months; Catharina. 73 years and 8
months; Loisa, CO years and 7 months;
Matthew. 07 years and 0 months; Me
hitabel, 05 years and 0 months. This
is an aggregate of over 70 years and 0
months for eight living brothers and
Mas Strakosch, who died recently,
came to America in 1S53 in response to
an invitation from his brother Maurice,
who was then conducting musical en
terprises in the United States. In 1855
he managed his first season of Italian
opera at the old Academy of Music in
New York. Teresa Parodi was then
his prima donna and his brother Mau
rice was the musical conductor. In
1859 he became the agent of Adelina
Patti, accompanying her on her tour to
New Orleans and Havana. In 1SG1 the
young manager brought out Carlotta
1'attL His concert troupe then com
prised 6uch artists as Mile. Cordier,
llrignoli. Carlo Patti, a brother of Ade
lina Patti, the great pianist Gottschalk
Rntl others. Four years later, after
parting from Jacob Grau, Max formed
hi first Italian opera company. Ghioni,
Cantssa, Errani, Maccaferri, Parepa
Uosu and Brignoli were members of
tho troupe. Franceses Jlosa was the
conductor. In 1SSS ho introduced Clara
jioub Kellogg to the American public.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Gleaned By Telegraph and MaiL
FERSOXAI. AND rOUTICAI-
The Jacksonian club, of Omaha, has
engased rooms for 1.003 members dur
ing the Chicago convention.
The Kentucky democratic convention
to elect delegates to the Chicago con
vention will be held in Louisville, May
Queex Victoria has gone to southern
France on a visit
Lord Dufferix, the new British am
bassador to France, has presented his
credentials to President Carnot The
ceremony was conducted with great
Geo. Trevixo denies the report that
he is a candidate for the presidency of
Mexico. He says he regarJs the elec
tion of Senor Diaz as necessary to the
welfare and prosperity of the country.
It is reported that the Russian am
bassador at Viennahasbecn instructed
to give the Austrian government assur
ance that the movement of Russian
troops in Poland arises from the neces
sity of facilitating the provisioning of
forces and has no hostile meaning.
Brazilian Minister Mexdoxea de
clares that Brazil is preparing a grand
world's fair exhibit and Caliz Gomez.
the Brazilian composer, proposes to
write an anthem.
Hox. J. S. Clarksox, ex-postmaster
general, nrrived at Hot Springs,
Ark., on the 22d accompanied by his
wife and C. F. Meek and Charles Mc
Atler, of New York.
Hox. Roger Q. Mills was elected a
senator of the United States from
Texas, almost unauimouslv on the 22d.
Dr. Agnkw. who attended President
Garfield, at Elberon, N. J., is dead.
British troops have been repulsed
The local option bill has been de
feated in the Iowa legislature.
The Wisconsin supreme court has de
clared the reapportionment bill un
constitutional Couxt Zedi.itz has refused to with
draw his resignation from the German
cabinet Chancellor von Caprivi has
Col. J. IL Estell has resigned his
membership in the national democratic
executive committee in which body he
represented thi state of Georgia.
M. Ribot, minister of foreign affairs,
and M. Ricard, minister of justice,
have submitted to the French cabinet
the text of an extradition treaty with
the United States.
President Harrison on the 23d sent
Lord Salisbury's refusal to renew the
modus vivendi to the senate, which
held an executive session on the mat
ter. Mr. Gordon, of British Columbia,
has given notice of his intention of in
troducing a bill amending the Chinese
immigration act by increasing the poll
tax on Chinese immigrants from 550 to
5100 per head.
Hero Bauer, editor of the Leipsic
Tagesanscr, has been expelled from
that country by order of the Saxon
ministry for slandering Minister Schel
linn. Bauer is a Russian.
The Bishop of Rimouski, Canada,
has cited three priests from the county
of Rimouski to appear before him to
answer to charges of undue influence
in the recent provincial elections.
The chairman of the state executive
committee of the people's party of Tex
as has issued a call for conventions to
be held in every county throughout
the state to elect delegates to the state
convention at Waco, May 8.
It is announced that Premier Abbott
of Canada, will be knighted shortly by
Minister Reid made a farewell
speech at a banquet tendered him in
Paris on the 24th.
The Behring sea matter was dis
cussed by the senate committee on for
eign relations on the 24th at" a special
meeting and it was decided to recom
mend the ratification of the treaty.
The president on the 24th sent to tho
senate tho following nominations:
Stanton J. Peele, of Indiana, judge of
the court of claims, vice Glenn V. Sco
field, retired; United States district
judges, William K. Townsend, for the
district of Connecticut; John B. Rector,
northern district of Texas; John II.
Baker, district of Indiana; Ellery P.
Ingham, United States attorney, and
Alexander P. Colesberry, marshal for
the eastern district of Pennsylvania.
Seven Chicago aldermen were in
dicted on the 21st for corruption in
Visitors to the national republican
convention at Minneapolis will be
treated to a novelt. At a meeting of
the executive committee it was decided
to establish a lumbermen's camp near
the exposition and serve pork and
beans and other foid in lumbermen's
style. It is also proposed to establish
tents in which cots will be placed. This
will be done to accommodate the over
flow. Warren Watson, clerk of the United
States circuit court at Kansas City,
Mo., was run over on the evening of
the 22.1 in that city by a Santa Fe
freight train and fatally injured. His
right hand was torn off and his right
leg severed at the knee.
Thirteen boys, all under 15 years of
age, were arrested in a Chicago bucket
shop and pool room recently.
The association of the bar of New
York city tried Isaac Maynard, judge
of the court of appeals, on the 22d and
brought in a. verdict of guilty. The
judge was found guilty of reprehensi
ble conduct in the Dutchess county
election frauds. The senators and rep
resentatives in Albany will be called
on by the bar to remove him from the
high judicial office to which he was re
Seventeen passengers were serious
ly injured in a collision on the Ohio &
Mississippi railroad on the 23d.
Joseph Joyce, a supporter of the
Parnellite section of the Irish parlia
mentary party, was, at Cork on the 23d,
sentenced to be hanged for the murder
of Patrick O'Leary, an anti-Parnellite.
The only motive for the crime was the
ill feeling Joyce entertained for O'Leary
because of his different political views.
Mrs. Sarah Althea Terry, since her
incarceration in the asvlum, has been
very violent and leads her attendants
a life of misery. Refusing to conform
to tho asylum rules and discipline, it
was recently necessary to use lome
force with her, and she became so re
fractory that she has since been put in
a straight jacket
The sundry civil appropriation bill
of last year carried an aggregate ap
propriation of about 538,000,000, while
the bill this year amounts to a little
more than 525,000.000, being in the
neighborhood of 513,000,000 less than
the act for the current fiscal year. Tho
largest cut made is in the items making
appropriation for public buildings.
Judge Van Brunt signed an order
directing that Edward M. Field, in
dicted for forgery, be committed to an
insane asylum where he will be
watched to see if he is shamming.
Sarah Price, a colored woman liv
ing near Arcania, La., locked her thrco
children in her house and left them for a
few hours. The house caught fire and
the children were burned to death.
The offer of silver to the treasury de
partment on the 23d aggregated GS2.000
ounces. The amount purchased was
150,000 ounces at figures ranging from
50.S90S to 50.8915.
A passenger car on the Utah Cen
tral railroad was wrecked on a curve
near Park City, U. T., the other day,
and six persons were severely injured.
Rollin White, who claimed to be
the inventor of the Smith & Wesson re
volver, died on the 23d at Lowell, Mass.
He once petitioned congress to give
him possession of the invention, and a
bill to that effect passed congress, but
was vetood by President Grant
TnE Texas stato encampment of the
G. A. R. assembled at El Paso on the
24th formally. The blue and the gray
were camped together on the court
Pleuro-pneumonia is declared ex
tinct in Great Britain and there have
been only a few sporadic outbreaks of
the foot and mouth disease.
Charles Quesenrerry, of Carroll
ton, Mo., has been found guilty of per
jury in a land contest case in Guthrie,
OIc, and sentenced to five years ia tho
There has been a severe drouth in
South Australia. Sheep died by the
The Chilian fiscai's report on the
Carlssen case in Valparaiso, says the
evidence fails entirely to show that the
police had any hand in his death.
However, as Consul McCrcary claims
they had, the fiscal directs the judge of
crimes to order the police to continue
E. M. Willard, the English actor, at
present on a tour in the west, has sent
a check for 5500 to the New York
actors' fund committee.
The new law of Denmark imposing a
penalty of 250 ore per 100 kilograms on
wheat meal and rye meal and of 125
ore on whole wheat and rye has gone
Dr. Edmund J. James, of the Whar
ton school of finance and economy, has
decided to refuse the offer of Dr. Will
iam Harper t? organize in the new
Chicago university a department sim
ilar to the Wharton school.
The Kalmia branch of the Philadel
phia & Reading road extending to
Clarksrille, Pa., which was closed by
last week's storm is only now being
opened. The tracks were covered for
the long distance with from three to
six feet of snow and ice.
The committee of the German reichs
rath to which was referred the bill
making an extra grant of 2,500,000
marks for the German exhibit at the
Chicago exhibition has unanimously
approved the credit asked for.
Twenty-three bodies of the victims
of the Hill Farm, Dunbar, Pa., mine
horror were buried on the 25th.
The president of the St Louis city
council has been charged with running
a pool room in disguise.
English liberals have assailed Lord
Salisbury's policy in the Behring sea
German hankers express a disap
proval of free coinage of silver.
An imperial decree has been issued
forbidding Russian Jews to cross Ger
The house committee on agriculture
have authorized a favorable report to
be made on the Paddock pure food bill
which passed tho senate.
Representative Geary, of Cali
fornia, has introduced in the house a
bill to prevent the use of substitutes
for hops or pure extract of hops in the
making of ale or beer.
Ex-Secretary of State Bayard
proposes to visit ex-President Cleveland
in New York in a few days. It is un
derstood the conference will be of a
Tim nnvr dfnnrtment has received
information nf thr arrival of the United!
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States steamship Newark at La
Guayara. She was ordered there to
look after Amcricnn interests during'
the revolution said to be in progress,
but in the dispatch no reference is
made to any trouble.
The Dockery world's fair investigat-
mir subcommittee of the house com'
mittee on appropriations will not leave
Washington for Chicago until after the
silver question is disposed of in the
Mrs. Fanxie Schade committed
suicide at Cedar Rapids, la., on the
25th. She shot herself five times with
a single-barreled 22-caliber revolver,
three times in the right breast, once in
the abdomen and the last time in the
The offer of silver to the treasury
department on the 25th aggregated
939,000 ounces. The amount purchased
was 170,000 ounces, ranging from
50.8S30 to 0.SS34. The director of the
mint announced that the government
having purchased its quota of silver re
quired by law for the present month,
no further offers will be considered un
til Friday, April 1.
In the senate on the 25th there was
an executive session after which there
was some unimportant business done
and then eulogies were delivered on the
late Senator Hearst In the house
there was nothing of general interest.
the private bill calendar having been J
taken un. '
NEBRASKA STATE KEWS.
Jonx Hart was recently killed by
the cars at Grand Island. His father
Uves at O'NeilL
By a large majority tho people of
Beemer recently voted 50,000 to build
a new schoolhouse.
A chapter of the Eastern Star has
been organized at Juniata with twenty
five charter members.
The camp of Sons of Veterans at
Lyons is the largest in the state. It
has sixty-six members.
James Devore, sixteen years old,
was recently accidentally shot and
killed by a companion while hunting
geese near Aurora.
FirrY-SEVEN girls who had been in
mates at the industrial school at Kear
ney, were lately taken to the industrial
school for girls at Geneva.
The residence of David Condon at
Brayton was recently entirely de
stroyed by fire with all is contents, and
Mrs. Condon barely escaped from tho
building with her life.
While Ida Jackson, daughter of
Thomas Jackson, was rf contly burning
trash in the yard at Dunbar her clothes
caught fire and burned off to the waist.
She was terribly burned.
The state convention of the people's
independent party will be held at Kear
ney August 3. The convention to select
delegates to the national convention
meets in Lincoln June 30.
Sneak thieves made a wholesale raid
of buggy robes and horse blankets
from carriages and other vehicles in
front of the several churches at Bea
trice some evenings since.
The acreage of sweet corn and peas
for the canning factory at Grand Isl
and will be greatly increased this year.
There will be raised 2,500 acres of
sweet corn and 500 acres of peas. It is
expected that it will take 300 hands in
the canning factory to work up the
WAnoo is figuring on securing the
location of a private insane asylum,
which is to be established by Dr.
Knapp, late superintendent of the state
institution at Lincoln. The proposed
asylum will accommodate eighty pa
tients and the building will cost about
A beet sugar convention was held
in Lincoln the other day, with dele
gates from every precinct of Lancaster
county. An organization in conform
ity with the plans suggested by the
state beet sugar association was ef
fected, and the work of spreading in
formation on the subject will be imme
Richard Childs was sent to the pen
itentiary from Gage county nearly a
year and a-half ago on a charge of
stealing a quantity of flax seed. The
case was taken to the supreme court on
appeal and has just been reversed by
the supreme court and a new trial or
dered. Childs was released, but he
only had two days to serve when the
decision was made.
The supreme court the other morn
ing called up the case of the state ex
rel. Thayer against James E. Boyd,
and on motion of Gov. Boyd's counsel
sustained judgment and dismissed the
case at Thayer's costs. This practically
ends the case. The court might allow
it to be reinstated, but no steps have
been taken in the matter of applying
for such a procedure.
Some night since three tramps called
at the farmhouse of D. E. Starr, near
Sutton, and after some parleying suc
ceeded ia getting permission to stay
all night Before leaving in the morn
ing they appropriated some underwear
belonging to the family, to which Mr.
Starr objected. The tramps then drew
their revolvers on him and demanded
his money. To avoid the shots he
dodged behind a door. The tramps
thought he was after his gun and fled.
The young rascals were captured at
Judge Joseph II. Blair, of Omaha,
counsel for Gen. Thayer in the guber
natorial wrangle, has addressed a letter
to Attorney-General Hastings calling
his attention to the fact that no
mandate from tho United States su
preme court has yet been issued revers
ing the holdings of the state court that
Gen. Thayer is the legal governor, that
the voluntary withdrawal of Thayer
does not establish Boyd's title to the
seat and virtually suggesting that the
attorney-general bring action against
Boyd to test his right to the seat
The records in the office of the sec
retary of state show that fifty-six irri
gating and canal companies have been
incorporated within the past three
years. With but a single exception
these companies are Nebraska enter
prises. The total capitalization is 510,
000.000, the larger proportion of which
will be invested in irrigating improve
ments covering an area greater in ex
tent than most of the eastern states.
These companies will draw their sup-
! plies of water from the riaue, ijoup,
' Niobrara and numberless smaller rivers
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TlrraxTM- there was a fritrantic at
tempt to capture 20,000 acres of land in j
Holt county. One hundred ana twenty
men under the leadership of J. H.
Stewart emigration commissioner of
the Pacific Short line.arrivedat O'Neill
one nijiht and next morning they ap
peared at the United States land office
and attempted to file contests on 120
quarter sections of the finest land in
the county. The land is nearly all oc
cupied by settlers, and there was much
excitement among the people, and
threats were freely made against the
jumpers. Later, however, the "colony"
decided to choose a more hospitable
locality in Boyd county.
William Winegar, a young man
with Mormonistic tendencies, ran away
from Lincoln the other day with Laura
Meecham. Lillie and Minnie Lobaugh,
girls of fifteen and sixteen. He also
stele a neighbor's horse, bought a
prairie schooner and when overtaken
was peacefully enjoying his new posi
tion as head of a harem, ten miles from
the nearest town. When taken back
thii Lobaugh girls' father tried to shoot
Winegar, but was prevonted by the
The family of G. M. Uein, editor of
the Grand Island Herald, camo near
being asphyxiated the other night A
:i uan. nt , .,
A Promising Situation.
Xew York Dally Investigator.
Good judges say that one of the next lo
calities to achieve distinction by jumping
from a substantial town to a turiviug me
tropolis in a few years will bo tho city of
Superior, Wisconsin, and this, too, without
tho effort mid struggle through which In
terior towns have passed while etfecting
the same result Lntila year or two ago
the avenure man did not stop to think that
Superior as a monopolist of tho water and
rail termini at ono end of the hikes is In the
same position as Buffalo at tfco other end.
Figures aro uninteresting unless given
briefly, but comparison aro always impor
tant. Tliislittio Superior, credited by its
last census witli only 22,000 people, handled
moro coal last year than did Chicago; of
grain, It shipped nineteen million bushels;
of flour, sixteen hundred thousand barrels:
I ?t wool, four million pounds; of merchan-
disc, to ihc value of thirteen million dol
lars. Of all lake cities this business was
second only to Chicago in magnitude.
There is an economical reason for this con
dition of things. It is that tho rail rate on
freight sent west of Lake Michigan is one
cent per ton per mile, while tho water rate
is one-tenth of one riit per ton per mile.
This position at the extreme western end of
Lake Superior is what gives the city of Su
perior its prestige, and is making it grow
faster than Chicago ever did. Besides one
hundred and one smaller industrial con
cerns, Superior has located twenty-eight
largo mauufacturingenterprises in tho past
eighteen months, including tho American
Steel Bargo Company, tho builders of tho
famous "whalebiick" vessel, which is revo
lutionizing tho lako nnd ocean freipht car
rying trade. '1 he twenty eight institutions
ahovo mentioned, include iron and nteel
plants, flour mills, stovo foundries, wagon
factories, pump makers, shipbuilders and
saw and shingle mills. The most conserva
tive business men in tho Northwest believo
that Superior will grow faster in tho next
ten years than any other city in that pros
perous section of the country, nnd many of
them claim that Chicago, St Paul, Minne
apolis and Milwaukee have never seen vie
rapid growth that will como to the head 'of
the great chain of lakes and tho city of Su
perior. Wnnx you borrow money you borrow
trouble, but at the sauiotime you sometimes
increase the trouble of the fellow who leuds
it to you. Soniervillo Journal.
SlOO Reward ClOO.
The readers of this paper will bo pleased
to learu that there is at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure
in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, ucting directly
upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the
ej'Btera, thereby desti oyiug tho foundation
of the disease, and giving tho patient
strength bv building ui tho coustltution
I aud nsisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in its cura
tive powers, tnat tney oner unc uuuureu
Dollars for any case that it fails u cure.
Send for list, of testimonial.
Address, F. J. CHENEYS Co., Toledo, O.
t2TSo!d by Druggists, 75c.
Trie truth of the saying "To be fore
warned Is to bo forearmed" often resolves
itself into a question of speed. Columbus
Open for BuqlneM.
The popular Louisville & St. Louis Air
Line, after having the misfortuno to sus
pend through traffic for GO days on account
of the burning out and caving in of a tun
nel, is again open for business. The Air
Line is 53 miles the shortest between St.Louis
and Louisville, and tho only line running
eolid vestibulod trains with parlor and din
ing cars daily between the two cities. Our
popular agents are at their usual places,
ready to serve tne puniic.
F. A. Willard,
R. A. CAMPBELL,
Dist Passenger Ag't,
103 21. Broadway,
St Louis. Mo.
A coxTEMrorcAijT's headline, ''Corn is
Safe," should be qualified by the Important
addition, "except in a liquid form."
Ofothinjr Xow Under the San."
STo? not even through cars to Denver,
Ogden. Salt Lake City, San Francisco and
Portland. This is simply written to remind
you that tho Union Pacific is tho Pioneer in
rmnjng through cars to tho above men
tioned points, and that tho present through
car arrangement is unexcelled. Wo also
mako iue time. For details address any
agent of tho company, call on your nearest
ticket agent, or wrlto to E. L LOMAX,
G. P. & T. A. U. P. System, Omaha, Neb.
It is always proper to call upon the su
perintendent of streets to"mcad his ways."
The Garrett Fence Machine, manufac-tcr-jd
by S. H. Garrett Mansfield, O., is in
successful operation in every Stato and
Terr itorv in the United States. No farmer
should be without one of these machines as
tho fence built by it is ono of tho best and
cheapest fences that can be built Write
to tho above address for wholesale prico of
fencing material direct from tho factory to
the farmer. Be sure to name this paper-
If it be true that tho man who is his own
lawyer has a fool for a client then there are"
cases where it is not expedient to keep cue's
own counsel. Boston Transcript
The Only One Kver Printed Can Toa Find
There is a 3 inch display advertisement
in this paper, this week, which has no two
words alike except one word. The same is
true of each new one appearing each week,
from Tho Dr. Hartcr Mediciuo Co. This
house places a "Crescent" on everything
they make and publish. Look for it, send
them the name of tho word aud they will
return you book, beautiful lithographs or
Man wants but little here below, and as a
general thing he's gutting it. Bmghamton
On the Billow or tho Rail,
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters arc a most de
sirable companion for the traveler. They
arc an excellent remedy for the nausea and
fatigue which many persons suffer who
travel by water or land. Visitors to malar
ious lociilities should have it with them as
a safeguard. Incomparable for biliousness,
dyspepsia and bowel complaint, and as a
means of checking la grippe and rheumatic
Natural Histort. Teacher "Hans,
name three beasts of prey." Hans "Two
lions and a tiger." Texas Sif tings.
"I have been afflicted withan affection
of the Throat from childhood, caused by
diphtheria, and have used various remedies,
but have never found anything equal to
Brown's Bronchial Troches " Rev. G. .V.
F. Hampton, PSuton, Ku- Sold only in boxes.
A man's deeds live after him. So do his
mortgages. Columbus Post
Mb. a D. PATxn, publisher ""of tho Union
Signal, Chicago, HL, writes: I never saw
anything that would cure hcadacho like
yourBradycrotice. All druggists. 50c.
WnEN the funny man Is at his wit's end
he waats a period. Galveston News.
WnisKT fires the blood. "Tho A. B. C.
Bohemian Bottled Beer" of St Louis cools
it aad make meat Try it
There is no more faithful friend than 8
well-fed dog. Dallas News.
The pleasant coating of Beecham's Pills
completely disguises the taite without im
pairing their efficiency. 25 cents a box.
Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar re
lieves whooping cough.
Pike'f Toothache Drops Cure In one minute.
Both tho method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it i3 pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys
tem efiectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers aad cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to tho stomach, prompt ia
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and havo made it tho most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in oOo
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pr
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRAfJClSCO. CAU
LOVISVllLE. KY. NEW YORK. K.Y.
I have been troubled with dyspep
sia, but after a fair trial of August
Flower, am freed from the vexatious
trouble J. B. Young, Daughters
College, Harrodsburg, Ky. I had
headache one year steady. One bottle
of August Flower cured rue. It was
positively worth one hundred dollars
to me J . W. Smith, P.M. and Gen.
Merchant, Townsend, Ont. I have
used it myself for constipation and
dyspepsia and it cured me, It is the
best seller I ever handled C. Rugh,
Druggist, Mechanicsburg, Pa. .
mmm V w
DO KOT GEIPE HOIt SICKEX-
8nre eun for SICK HEAD-
ti&i uraus, xciaoTc nausrx. uiz -ilrt.
Slarical effect on Kid
neys and bladder. CoaijE
bilious lit-rvout di.-
order. J-.itabii-h noi-
Beautify complexion by puriljinjt
bloml. 1'Lcrt.T Vegetable.
The doe It r Irelr adjusted to salt rsj. a one pill c3
Enrrbtoomuctu Each vial contain! 42,c;rnrtl iavett
pocket, like lc-xl pencil. Iiiinr4 nian'H pni
eonrenienee. Taken !er than tujar. soUererj
where. All genuine poodi bear"Crocent.
SsadS-cent tUmp.Tor set 22 psje book ith fample.
OH. HA1TER MEDICINE CO.. St. Louis. Ma.
Ely's Cream Balm
COLD IN HEAD
ApplT Ralmintocacb no?trlI.
ELY BIlOS-uJ Warren St..A".T.
;Tuffs Tiny Pis;
elsshonld be avoided; it wculcen-tthcir
P power of motion. A gentlo aperleutB
effect is only required. Tutt's Tiny w
OUver Pills are prepared with special
views to the permanent core of V
CCST1VENESS and HEADACHE.
They aro mild and remain In tho ys- A
tern until tliey act on the- liver, cauo
-v a natural flow of bile and their tonic
Improperties impart power to tho bow-J
els to remove unhealthy cccnmida
Ations. Good appetite and digestion a
0 renlt from the use of these litt lo pills. 3v
l'ricc,25c OtHce.3J Park Place, A". 1".
Salvation Oil iSL
Rots Clothes and
- Chaps Hands.
II II i In LVi lllJ
.- UBW au Vttui. jjii wish wnw mc ku
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