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Heart Disease 30 Yrsl
t Short Breath, Palpitation.
Mr. 0. W. McKinscy, postmaster of
Kokomo, Jnd., and a bravo cx-soldler.
Bays: "1 had becu severely troubled
with heart disease ever slnco leaving
tho army at tho close of the late war.
I was troubled with palpitation and
shortness of breath. I could nob
sleep on my left side, and had pain
around my heart. 1 became to ill
that 1 was much alarmed, and for
tunately my attention wad called to
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
I decided to try It Tho first lmttlo
undo a decided Improvement In my
condition, and live bottles have com
pletely cured me."
G. W. McKINSEV, P. M Kofcomo, I ml
Dr. Mllcn Heart Cnroli poM on n imslllro
punrantcotluutlioilnii buttle) will Iwru'llt.
AllrirtiKKlMiHcllltniei, o bottles fortl.or
It will bo be lit. on-paid, cm receipt of prlco
b7 tha Dr. Mile Mcxilcat Co , Ulkhart, lad.
m I u Wj'sBmlwSiwIia! t '11 I fit
Kntm.AT.niA cured by Dr. Miles' Nii?i!aai1' JIlno host. delighted to honor a
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G. P. Stapleton,
IaIJ.; v. "fpochtUy or s:ulrlM
llits:;;le and r'urrlao.
llore h'.iiifi j; ntnl ll( w Work prompt
ly aUeii'led to, n 1 fikes
pains slnii- 'tr
Mu., Minim or llu, l.,i,!rv.
QASK & iMoNITT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Moo.v Hlock, - UK!) (JLOUD, NEIL
'olloatlons promptly iittmuled to, nnd
"Ml AS. ItAi'l,
'S'liv O. St. Shop,
IStMl Worn!, . .i)!ini(liii.
I 'iv my perxoiifil ittmiMon () niy
pitrou. KiM-oiiitM lmTliij; ni Imlr
C'i-ni it iitliilt r.
UUTCIIISuN ,i MlAri
4 ill . AhMlll.. Itl'.ltl'l.OUO, N'KUMCHKi
rirsi.ef-lMijdjjw tinil llrsi-oliiBH work
gunnuiioi'il uitii uioauHll
r L. WINFUKV,
Run Cloud, - NisnASKA
Will attend sales at reasoaablo figures. Btli-fucUuuuuurbUUitd,
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'if.v.':ju.-ujm-j j; '-' J. J iw.TOTaa3assitontgca3t;gt3tt
obody but Mllll
cent Mllly foi
short would ovot
have been cnrclest
enough to nllow
such a catastro
phe to overtake
her; bo her fam
ily salt!. Nobody
Miss Barrel for
dignity coil hi
havo risen ko gracefully out of the dif
ficulty, ho her gentlemen nilmlrerssald,
half sndly. Nobody but Mllly, snld her
girl friends, enviously, would have met
with ho romantic an adventure. No-
, body but hli wife but that'B ahead of
1 wy Btory.
I Tho great ocean steamship was on
i Hb way from Australia to England,
through the Hod sea, which, as every
( one knows, Ib tho longest ocean voy
, ago In the world. She had stopped nt
n port In Ccflon. in order that her son-
j weary passengers might go ashore for
u iuw uuiii-H iiiki ieuai eneir eyes upon
the city and surrounding country, and
fool once more terra ilrmti beneath
their feet. MilUccnt most of all re
joiced at the opportunity, for she wnb
not more weary of tho sea than of a
ccrtuin extremely young man aboard
ship whoso persistent attentions, while
very wearying at times, offered
only diversion from tho monotony ofl.'"c,r "Yl's m'' :i" '" the hold of one
women's society, for thcro was n sad
I dearth of men on tho trip. Tills short
i pauso gavo her nn opportunity to os-
capo botli sea aud fellow-pa?scngfr.
Tho party all women took dinner
( ashore at tho hotel, which, all
, tmvelern know, is tho resoi t of all Kn-
gllsli speaking people who visit the Is
group of do charming young ladles and
having In mind tho success of a hep on
j tho program for tho hotel that wnio
evening, showed hinralf very attentive
nrd extended a mo3t cordial Invitation
, to como back and dunce for an hour or
I Tho Krr.imhlo Ir.tn tlin v-nltlmr linnt
, . "
fi:i ur''ont entreaties to tho rowers
hrrry gavo evidence of the delight w
v.hich tho invitation was received. A
tho hotel proprietor, watching its
1 e irjo toward tho ship, smiled n'j he
, t jiu'tntulated himself on the social
cuc-eBU lo foreaaw. l'or the pretty Ku-
gl oh and American girls had been
I much observed during tho day nnd he
ltn-,v tho nunicrotiB Kngllsh nnd Amcr-
iciu bachelor mercltants and profen-
Blonnl men of the town would como In
i, 'ires should they learn these ladies
w-re to dance, whleh report mlno host
tiil: care should bo spread rapidly far
an 1 wide.
When tho captain saw tho eager
faces of his girls, aa lie laughingly
called them, nnd learned tho cause of
thoir umiMinl amount of animntlon, ho
had not the heart to disappoint them,
but promised to hold tho boat until 11
o'clock, that they might attend tho
Fo back to land again, over the
sparkling wctT. in ball gowns and
slippers and opera cloaks, wero two
full boat loads rowed. They danced,
they laughed, they flirted. Mauy n
loinly bachelor, hitting in his dingy of
fice vlth a long column of figures bo
fore him, or murounded by tho heavy
tones of law or medicine, was liauntoil
for days by a pair of bright brown or
blue eyeo and a vhiou of khoulder and
cheek of alabaster flushing to ne.
More than one man present that night
traveled, bofore ninny months, to ling
land, Franco or America to renew the
acquaintance thus pleasantly formed
0::o or two succeded In making the
oljects of their vltit believe thnt to
livo always In sight of the sparkling
v.'ators of tho Mediterranean, always to
biatho its urtczes laden with tho odor
of orange flowers end tho spices of Cey
I n. would lie heaven upon earth and
did not go back alone.
f.o tiio happy hours flow, nnd ovoi'
tV chaperons, who UBtinlly found such
r...':!lra extremely dull nnd longed to be
at their sleep, wero so popular upon
this evening they were loath to nc-
(iWMWA W'A K
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? 3fi JMJ,''V
;j w . 'iTi 'vi" jlii'rt
1 SHALL SKI; THAT IT 13 IMfj-
kaowledgo that tlmo was up and the
hour for departure had arrived. Unf
iled good bys, a scramble back into the
ship's boats, a dreamy row to tho ship,
a hurrying aboard, a clanking ol
chains, a (pilch order or two, and the
great monster wan undei qy almost
Loforo tho echo of a Pont song from
protty feminine throats hail died in
tho cars of a black coated group upon
Uut still In tho ball room of tho hotel
tho raur.le wailed on and tho dancers
circled to its measure. Still In tho cor
ner of nn nlcovo two men sat In low
toned discourse. Still behind a flow
ing curtain of tho same room a till
woman now wearily sank upon the
floor and gazed about tho clmlriess ox
panso in which slio found hersolf, now
stepped cautiously out upon a small
balcony nnd gazod lnlnnd upon tho fra
grant beauty of tho tropical landscapo
while tho soft raya of moonlght showod
tho flush ot pink upon her cheeks deep
ening nnd glov.iug to tho huo of an
Mlliccnl was priscmod by n velvet
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF,
preaching As the first house came Into
view the engine sent its shrieks of warn
ing; It grew louder still louder.
We danlieil over the switches, up to
tho Btntlon, where a group of pnssengcrs
waited, nnrt passed It without thu hnlt
of nn Instnnt, cntchlng a glimpse of the
iippniica races ond the waiting crowd.
Then we weie In the fields again. The
speed now became literally breathless
the furnace glared red hot. The bent,
the velocity, the terrible nervous strain
of the man beside me seemed to weight
the air. I found myself drawing low.
stertorous breaths, like one drowning.
I henped In the coal at Intervals ns
be bade me. 1 did it because I was op
pressed by nn odd sense of duty which
I never had In my ordlnnry brain-work.
Ilnc then I have understood how It ta
that dull, Ignorant men, without a h:in;
of enthusiasm, show such heorlsm as
ailcllern, firemen, and captains of wreck
It Is this overpowering sense of
routine duty. It's a liner thing than
sheer bravery. In my him. iimvouoi..
I hejron to think that Mnrkley was mad
laboring under some frenzy from
di Ink. though I had never Keen him
H did not move band or foot, ex
cept In the mechanical control of Mi
engine, his eyci going from the gunge
to the tlme-pK-o with n stendlncs-i tlmt
wan more threatening than any gleam
of Insanity would have been. Once he
glared back at the long train sweeping
after the engine with u headlong speed
that locked It from side to side.
one could Imagine he saw u hundred
men nnii women In the cars, tnllcimr.
leading, smoking, uncomriutm thut
man, uhom I now sumierterf tn i mini
I knew by h look that he remembered
that their lives were In his hand, llo
glanced at the clock.
"Twenty miles," he muttered. "Throw
on more coal, Jack; tho lire Is going
I did It. Vts. I did It. There was
something In the face of that man t
could not resist. Then I climbed forward
and shook him roughly by the shoulder.
"Mnrkley," I shouted, "you are run
ning this train into tho Jaws of death!"
"I know It." be replied, quietly.
"Your mother Is on board."
He staggered to bis feet. Hut even
then he did not remove his eyes fiom
"Make up the lire." he commanded,
and pushed In thu throttle valve.
"I will not."
"Aliiko ui) the fire, Juck,"
"I will not. You mny kill yourself and
your mother, but you shall not murder
He looked at me. llln kindly gray eyes
(glared like those of a wild beast, but
i.j controlled Himself in n moment.
"I could throw you off this euglnS
i.nd mi'kc short work of you," he said.
"flat, Icok here, do you see the station
I saw a fnlnt 3trcak In the nky about
hVo miles ahead.
"I unit told to reach th.it station by
C o'clock," he continued. "The express
truln meeting us In due now. I ought
to hoo laid by for It nt liufreme. I
was told to come on. The track Is a
tingle one. Utile? I can make the hid
ing at the gtntlon In thtee minutes, wo
"hall met In yonder hollow."
Somebody's blonder?" 1 mild.
"Y-'?. I think rii."
T s?ld nothing. threw on cor.!. If I
had Klroleu I should havo thrown
It on: rut I never wiih calmer In my
life. When death actually stares a mail
In the face. It often frighten him Into
the most perfect composure. Mar.'tley
pished the vnlvo still further. The en
gine began to give a strange limiting
sound. Far olf to the south 1 could see
ths dMise black snnke of a tr.iln. I
Poked lit Mnrkley inquiringly. Ho
in deled. It was the express. I stooped
to the lire.
"Xo more," l.e said.
I looked ucroKs the clear summer Pky
ot the gray smoke of the peaceful little
ll.'igo, and be; nnd that at a black line
rnin closer, closer, across the sy.
T'..en 1 turned to the watch. In one
minute more wdl, I confess I sat down
and burled r.vy face In my hands. I don t
tMnk 1 trle'l to pray. I bad n confused
thought cf mangled. 0 Ing men and
women i'.ftthers and their babies.
There T7s u terrible shriek from the
engine, egnlnet which I leaned, another
In my S'J(C. A hot, hissing ten ; en
swept fist me. 1 looked up. We were
on the Fldli.g. nnd the c:;pr."-u had gone
by. It gamed our end ear In passing.
In a fort of delirious Joy, I sprang up
and hhouted to Alaikley. He did not
apeak. He sat there Immovable and cold
as n stone. 1 went to the train and
brought his mother to him, and, when
ho opened his eyes and took the old
lady's bund In his, 1 tuni"d hastily
Yes, gentlemen, I havo been In many
a railway ifldent, but I have always
considered that the closest shave 1 ever
"What wan the blunder?"
"I don't know. Mnrkley made light
i f It ever afterward, and kept It a se
cret; but no man on the line stood so
high in the conHd-ncu of tho company
lifter that us he. 1'y h!u coolness and
nerve he bad snvutl a hundred lives.
Although the cobra In one of the most
poisonous. unaKis l.uiny of the na
tives of India regard th (-itching at
.ho serpi nt as a kind or spurt. Armed
vlth a bamboo enne about rlx l'eit long,
split to thu lirst knot, or Joint, and with
a wedge Inverted to keep the split ideloa
apart, like a fork, they set out for sonm
cobra-lnf.'Sted spot. When they havo
succeeded in tracking a snake In Its
hole they place tiome rl.'o and inlllc near
tho opening. lly find by tho snake
comes out after the bilt. Put before It
known anything of Its danger tho man
brings down tho enne and fastens tho
animal's head to the ground between
the forks, A nlow on the head kills tho
ercniuru at once. It Is then taken homo
and Bkluivd, the skin being worth n
couple of shillings. The body Is next
burled In the earth, whero the unts
clean the skoleton In a very short time.
The bones urn then threaded on wire In
their proper order nndEold ut a good
prico as u curiosity.
, 11 trail Cooked In u Ktmriiltip,
Some cooks are making crusty bread
In sections of stovepipe. These utensils
are cut In tho required length at tho
tinsmith's and the edges turned over so
the hands will not bo Injured. Tho
dough, inudo Into a louf somewhat
shorter than the pipe. Is placed In It.
From this npparenlly crude affair
colnes crusty bread of excellent aual.
Ity If the cook knows her business
FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1895.
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BIG WARS 1 AUGED BY TRIFLES.
A felmvrn Chin Oca rrnnre Three .'.IU'.Iou
Him J'.ciile-.r.'i llitcl.it.
Jinny times it has happened that n
(treat nnd costly v;:.r law hem brought
about by nu incident trivial and even
Thut. tno v;ar of t!-o Spanish s-ucc-sioit
i.s (-aid to havo been cau-'ed throv;:!
n glass of v.-at. r. A lady, Mrs. Jla-ham,
wad carryin;; a glass of water when Mio
was olestrirtcdby t ho Marquis do T-rey
A slight cmflio ruined, and thowat.r
Tho marquis therm: tool: offense, r.u-l
bad feeling ensued between t!:-) Ef.T'.S.h
nnd French courts, with tho ultimate
lesult that n war was declared.
Tho campaign cost Franco mauy so
vcro battles viz, IUeahcim, 1701; P.a
niillics, 1707; Audeunrde, 170b, nnd
Quito as nliAurd in its origin was tlio
war that tool: placo during tho com
inouwealth of Modeua.
A soldier s.tolo u bucket from a public
well belonging to tho sfr.fn of Uolo.'-na.
Althougli tho valuo ol thu nrtHo did
not e::cecda quarter, its nnuosatiou .".s
tho lignal f or n licrce nud prop nj;ed
Henry, tho king of Sardinia, autcd
tho Modenc8o to retain tho backet, and
in one of tho uibscqucnt battle Ik wt h
lnntlo n prisoner. Tho bucket is : till ex
hibited in tho tower of tho oathcial of
A third instnnco of a war resulting
from a trifling cr.usu wr.i that Ljtwucn
LounMIof Lrauco and Henry II of
Tho nrchhishop of Koucn don cd that
no en hhonld wear long iiair tipuii t'uir
heads ev chins. Louii hubmitte I tu teo
decree, v.dieroupou lii3 wife, Ehr.uor,
rallied liiin upon Ins appearanec A
quarrel ensued, which tesulted in the
dissolution of tho inarriago nud Elea
nor's marritigo with Henry.
Ey this liiauiago tho broad don aind
in Normandy fortm ily belonging to
Louis passed into tho po-virion of
Henry. Louis, hotly inrcined, m.-.-lo an
attack on JSormaudy, and June, .'oitk,
for nearly t;00 year--, nm thoji-1 !ooiy
aud dovastaf Ing v;iir.i v. l.i.-h cent Franco
upward of I'.OOO.OOO cf IlvtALodoa
Children Cry for
T,'l i:' : T .roiiKh Ills Tile.
George M. Pi.lhn.xn wealth .$?i0,
000,000 tu!d a iiow.spaper porter, "I
b'jlhvo thut I was far happier in tho
day.i v.-h.-n 1 Jiada't a dollar than 1 am
now." Tint i.i all very fine-, but if ho
was happier then, why not go bad: to
tho) halcyon and dollnvless duyh.' Tho
disposition of his great wealth need not
bother him. Tho fact that Georgo M.
Pullman is working onrly and lato to
add to his "burden" of wealth aud re
sponsibilities it, enidenoothattho palace
car king is "talking through his hat."
U'lmt iairopi- It I'.i jilliif.
l'ook fctores and uow,' "tunds aro nu
merous both In Kngland and on the
continent. In 1'raneo Zola'o book3 an
displayed In greater profusion than
thoso of all other authors co nbincd
from which it Is a fair inferonco that
tho demand for them la greater. The
novel Is enormously consumed there
Tho nows stnnds aro more llko Amer-
A Huldcnlrn; Slclit.
First Tramp l.ookco hero, Jim,
Hero's a man been killed on tho rail
road; all cut to bits.
Second Tramp (sadly) Too bad! too
bad! Thlm clothes would 'a' Just about
at me, and thcy's all spoiled.
Don't forgat thut I aai propared to
enny passengers to all purta ot thu oity.
Lonvo orders at the Holland House.
Children Cry for
of enjoyment is found by every lover
A Ilriiln-Wt'.irliiK Tnk.
I'lrst Iluslness Man Mercy, George!
What's the matter? Another bank gone
or what? Never saw you look so hag
gard, nnd worried and careworn. Sec
ond Iluslness Man (went lly) Nothing
wrong. I've been trying to ilgure my
way out of the Income tax.
ltlKK-t. Aluminum Plant on K.irth.
Tlio largest aluminum plant In the
world has Just been completed at Oak
llidge. Mo. It will have a capacity of
ono hundred tons of clay per day, giv
ing a dally output of about twenty'
thousand pounds of metal.
A l):iv In Clilim.
Tho Chinese divide tlio dny Into 13
parts of two hours each.
c Oiler You a ,
UI L.IIC CO jllOlll-
er und Chili).
Ko'js Ccnflnsmenl of ils Pain, Hwrorand Risk. !
Mr wife uaeil "JI()IIli:its' 1-ltll.Mi" in.. ,
I fore II rlll of tier Ur.it i-hllil. hIim .11,1 n,.l
sutler from ('ltt)IPsor l'.l.S wusipiirldy '
i ii-iii-icu iu iiiMCTiiicui aonr hiiiicriiiguut
. Utile -hhe Ii.nl no jiiihn at tumuril und her '
iitoiery was ruinii.
i.. i.. .loiinsror;, i-aimum. Ala.
Sent Ijy Mull or i:xnn4. mi n nlnt r
Iirlrc, $1.0(1 i.rr MtW. J foots "To Moth-
its iiiiiucu rice1:
lIUUini.'M) KWIUMTOIt (.. Ailnntn. (.'a.
SOLD BY ALT. DU0G01STS.
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ll"r uro tlio Ilurliiigton Jimio'.i
liehl ( jr.iins in the wiy of rtducud
j rites Do tin y ii.tereM yi u?
To Du-inti, Muss. ,!uly "i to S; ore
faro for tho routni trip, ymnl to r-turti
until Auu.-t (it!i.
To Denver, Colorado Springs, Man
itou and Pnoblo, July 4 to S, ono fare
plus $2 for tin: round trip, good to re
turn until Soptoinber 1st.
Tho local agent of tho IJ. & .M. It.
It , will gladly give you full inform i
tion about the cost oi tickets, return
limits, train service, etc.
. I. A., Omilia, X.l)
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