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THJ BED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, NOV. 10, 1899.
When my son George wot
14, he was stricken with a ter
rible nervous affliction Phy-
icknc nor medicines helped
Urn. He krt his speech use of
Mn&W aad could hardly swal
low food. Before he had f In
stiled a bottle of Dr. Miles'
Nervine he could talk and eat
well and 5 bottles cured him.
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TREATING AN EMPEROR.
Horr Oia Court IMtralalaa ol China
Ha to Approach Ilia
A curious story of the visit of Shcn
Lien-Fang, the most celebrated native
physician in China, to attend tho cm
peroral Puking is furnished by uShnng
lial correspondent. An I ttiiM-rlul edict
wan Issued in October hut dlriotlngthc
viceroys and governors to send physi
cians of distinction to the capital, nnd
Chen LIen-1'iing was ordered, much
ngnlnst his will, to report himself to
the grand council. The account of his
'j:qcricuca Is supplied by himself. A
few days after his nrrhnl nt Peking
Chen was- summoned to nn audience.
He entered thu presence of his sov
ereign on his knees, crossing the apart
meat in that position, nfter tho cus
tomary kow-tows. The emperor nnd
the dowager empress were Heated nt
opposite sides of a low tabic on Uie
dais and faced each other in that posi
tion during the greater pnrt of tho in
The emperor appeared pale and lint
less, had a troublesome irritation of the
throat and was evidently feverish; the
thin oval of his face, clearly defined
features nnd aquiline nose gave him, in
the physician's eyes (to uSe his own
words) the appcurauce of a foreigner.
The emprcsa, who struck him ns an ex
tremely well-preserved and Intelligent
woman, seemed to be extremely so
licitous as to the patient's heriltn, and
careful for his comfort. As it would
have been a serious breach of etiquette
for the physician to ask any questions
of his majesty, the empress proceeded
to describe his .symptoms, tho Invalid
occasionally signifying confirmation of
what was said by a word or nod.
During this monologue tho physician
following the uimtomnry procedure at
imperial audiences, kept his gnr.e con
centrated upon the floor, until, at the
command of the empress, and still
kneeling, he wus permitted topluceonu
kand upon the emperor's wrist. There
waa no feeling of the pulse, simply con
tact with the flat of tho hand, first
on one side of the wrist and then on the
other. This done, the vmprcss contin
ued her narrative of the patient's suf
ferings; she described the state of his
tongue and symptoms of ulceration in
the mouth and throat; but ns it was not
permissible for the doctor to examine
these he was obliged to mnke the most.
of a somewhat unprofessional descrip
tion. As ho wisely observed, it is dllll
cult to look atn patient's tongue when
IiIk exalted rank compels you to keep
your eyes ll.vcd rigidly on the lioor.
The empress, having concluded her re
marks on the case, Chen was permitted
to withdraw and to present to the
grand council his diagnosis, together
v,lth advice us to future treatment,
which was subsequently communicated
otllclally to the throne. The gist of
the advice was to prescribe certain ton
ics of the orthodox native type and U
suggest the greatest possible amount
of mental and physical rest. St. Louis
nintacir ropalar wlik
Paoala !r Slmalleltr of
Ilia career contains a reasonable num
ber of contradictions. Thus his first
Act in connection with the revolution
was to rebuke and threaten the rebel
lenders in the next town for the cruel
slaughter of the natives loynl to Spain.
The next duy he compelled the men of
several sluggish villages to rally for the
storming of the convent and hacienda
at Iiuus. He let led taxes and paid his
wuy as far as possible, so that current
prices remained unchanged in the rebel
provinces. He restrained plunderers
and repressed cruelty with a strong
hand. His popularity was largely due
to the fact that he was simple in his
manner and always accessible. He took
his place in the foremost rank in the
contests in 18!W and 1897, nnd saw his
brother slain when Lachambre'a divi
sion stormed Imus. Since his return in
1808 he haa not been under fire, his staff
restraining him from risking a life In
valunble to the cause. While the brief
record of his public life seems to show
that he was moderate, simple nnd hu
mane in the midst of revolution, there
is much in his career thnt puzzles the
observer more, perhaps, that puzzles
Agulnnldo himself. Does he owe his
great power to the fact that he is the
representative of his race, or to his per
sonal qualities? Up to May, 1898, his
personality seemed the chief factor.
Since then he haa been swept along in
the tide of revolution, owning himself
astonished at the mighty impulse which
rallied hla countrymen. Harper's Mrfg
asine. CuuTlnoina; Logic.
The Misses Muldoon had ordered two
portraits of their deceased mother, one
in crayon and tho other in water color.
lloth pictures hnd come home, but the
Misses muiuoou were not satisfied with
the water color. "You see," said the
eldest, " 'taint as like mother as the
other. by, even Mr. Sinks could see
the difference. I showed him this hpm"
pointing to the water color "and he
sayB nouung; nnu uien I showed him
thla" indicating the crayon "and he
aaya at once: 'Ah, that's the thing
thnt'a more like.' And if he, that never
saw mother at all, could see it was a
better likeness it surely must be.M
Mat a Oaaaitata for MatHatea-.
A certain Irish member of parlla
raetn, popular and a bachelor, had been
very polite to the daughter of the house
where he wm visiting. When the time
c&nio for him to go the too anxious
mamma called him in for a serious talk.
"I'm sure I don't know what to say."
she went on; " 'tis reported all around
that you are to marry Letitia."
"Just say that she refused me,"
quietly advised the parliamentarian.
FEAR OF LIGHTNING.
Maeh Mental Snfferlna- Is Needleaaly-
Undergone lir Norvona
Tho keen suffering which many un
dergo just In advance of or during n
thunder storm Is of a dual nature. The
sense of impending danger alarms nnd
terrifies but there is also a depression
of spirits whkh is physical and ivinl,
brought about by same ns yet unknown
relation between tho nervous system
and conditions of nlr pressure, humid
ity nnd purity. Tho suffering duo to de
pression nnd pnrtinl exhaustion re
quires, from those who are strong,
Hyurputhy rather than ridicule. The
suffering due to alarm and fright, how
ever, is unnecessary, it is largely the
work of tho imagination. To a nerv
ous nature there is something nppull
ing In the wicked, spiteful gleam of the
lightning, nnd the crash and tumult of
thunder. Hut such u one should re
member that the flash is almost nlwnys
far distant, and that thunder can do no
more damage than the low notes of a
church organ. Counting all the deaths
from nil the storms during h year, we
find that the chance of being killed by
lightning is less than one iu a hundred
thousand. The risk in the city may be
said to be live times less than in the
country. Dwellers in city houses may
be startled by peals of thunder, but
owing to the great spread of tin roofing
and fair ground connections, there is
very little danger. In the country, if
buildings are adequately protected, and
the momentum of thu flash provided
for, the occupants may feci secure. A
good conductor well grounded is nec
essary in all isolated and exposed build
ings. Darns, especially when lined
with green crops, should have good
lightning conductors. The question it
often asked: "Do trees protect?" The
answer is that the degree of protection
will vary with the character of thu tree
and its distance from a watercourse.
An oak is more liable to lightning
stroke than a beach. The character of
the wood, the area of leafage, the ex
tent and depth of root, will determine
the liability to stroke. Another ques
tion which is often asked is whether
there is danger aboard a large ntcaiu
ship during a thunder storm. On the
contrary, there nre few safer places.
Sufficient in'tnl with proper superficial
nren is interposed in the path of tin
lightning, nnd its eleetrlenl energy con
torted into harmless heat and rapidly
dissipated. Accidents occur chiefly lie
cause the victims ignorantly place
themselves lu the line of greatest
strain, and thus form part of the path ol
discharge. For this reason, it is not
wise to stand under trees, near ling
poles, or masts, in doorways, on
porches, close to fireplaces, or near
barns. Those who are not exposed in
nny of these wuys may feel reasonably
safe. It should be remembered, iu the
event of accident, that lightning doe
not alwajH kill. It more often result)
in suspended uuinlntiou than iu somatic
death. Therefore," In case of accident,
try to restore animation, keep the body
warm, and send for a physician without
delay. Alexander McCabe, in Century.
TORPEDOES WITHOUT WIRES.
How tha Deadly Kxploalrea Ara to Be
teas-ad by Maaaa of
Contemporaneous with the sitting of
tho international peucc conference
comes the announcement of a new in
vention by which torpedoes are to bt
rendered more deadly in modern war
fare then heretofore.
The invention, due to Walter Jamie
son and John Trotter, consists in util
izing the "ethereal" or "Hertzian"
waves, which are the basis of wireless
telegraph', as a means of steering and
controlling torpedoes on their deadly
The apparatus is made iu several
forms, which differ principally in the
means by which the current induced
by the wuves is applied to the steering
mechanism. The best arrangement con
sists of n coll of iron wire, or "solenoid,"
thnt becomes magnetic ou receiving the
ethereal waves, and is thus rendered
capable of sucking into itself n magnet,
the motion of which brings about any
required change in the steering gear
of the torpedo.
Tho latter is fitted with two rods,
which project above the wuter and
serve as "receivers" that is, means of
collecting the waves. Each of the rods
is in connection with a coll of the type
described, one on the right of the tor
pedo and one on the left, and, accord
ing as the rlght-haud or the left-hand
rod absorbs the waves, so the torpedo
is guided to the right or left.
The means adopted in using the ap
paratus is as follows: Suppose that the
torpedo is fired in the usual mauner
and that its course is seen to swerve
from its upper path. From tho torpedo
boat eleotrio waves are immediately
dispatched by the processes used lit
wireless talegraphy in auch a manner
xnai iney oniy anect eitfter tno right
hand or left-hand coil controlling the
helm, which is thus turned in any re
quired direction, and the original
course of tho torpedo reproduced.
When this is accomplished the eleo
trio waves are .stopped and tho helm
flies back to the midship position.
Large models of the nppnrntuB have
been experimented with, and it is said
that perfect success has been obtained
under all possible conditions. Since
the new method of guiding torpedoes is
greatly superior to the old, which made
use of electric wires, it Is evident that
the new invention will be an important
inuiur in xuiure naval warfare. Lon
raarad raa- Worat.
Mrs. Young Elephants live 400
Young I'm afraid your mother is go
ing to be an elephant on our hands.
N. Y. World.
Do not erlpc nor Irritate tho alimen
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Bold by all druggists. 25 cents.
iPROOF OF PROSPERITY.!
Fow Facts For the
After having gono through f jur yonr
of depression and hard times, tho poo
plo of Nobmskn nro nil tho hotter nblo to
rocognizo and appreciate tho present
era of prosperity. And they nro all the
moro nblo to detect tho fallacies of tho
arguments ndvnuocd by tho freo sllvor
shoutcrs and tho calamity howlers
who worn making snoh direful predic
tions three years ago.
Under the circumstance! it is remark
able that any tmaineai man or any farmer
should rote for the calamity crowd
and against his own interests. It is re
markable that he should allow himsolf
to bo fooled by any such a bugaboo as
"iperiItn," 'militarism," "foreiga
allianm" or Sulu "treaties."
Tho prosperity hero at homo is appar
ent. To correctly judge how it is all
over the country, it is only neoessary to
read the reports which hare boon gath
ered from among tho industrial institu
tions of the surrounding states.
The 8,329 concerns which have sent
in reports not only employed 64,749
mors hands in 1898 than they did in
1895, but there was an increase in the
amount of wages paid of 37,446,768.20.
Does this not look Hkn nrnaawtt
What would the showing be if all the
urausinai concerns in the country had
reported; For these 3,299 concerns
alone it means that the 64,000 hands
who were out of employment in 1695
were all employed at good wages in
1898. With this great prosperity
among tho consumers is It nny wonder
that the farmers of tho west are pros
perous? Iu 1805 whoro ton men were at work
and received $100 iu wagos, in 1808 18
wero at work and received $144 in
wages. Tho ton mon not only had
thrco now companions besido thorn, but
thoy wero themselves getting -11 per
cent moro wngos. Thoso ten men uu.
dorstaml it nnd so do tho thrco moa be
From Colorado thero are reports from
60 concerns which employed 4,768
hands iu 1805 and 6,032 iu 1808. Thu
iucreaso iu wages was 1117,676.73.
Thero was an iucreaso of 40 per cent in
the number of bauds and an increase of
15 per cent in the wages of each man.
From Connecticut thero nro reports
from 78 concerns which employed 8,830
hands iu 1805 and 15,570 in 1808. Tho
increase in wages per month was 106,
411.09. From South Carolina there are 15 re
ports from concerns whioh employed
8,718 hands in 1805 nnd 8,802 iu 1898.
The incrcAso in wages paid was $111,
800.60 each month, or over 100 per oent,
whilo tho wages of each man was iu
creased over 10 per cout.
From Missouri thero ore 206 reports
from concerns which employed 6,057 in
1895 and 7,565 iu 1808. Tho total in
crease in wages was $95,431.80 for oue
In Ohio, from 80 reports there was an
iucreaso of 3,785 in tho number of
hands, and an Increase of $426,040.57
in tho amount of wages paid every
In the state of Washington there was
an increase of 8,644 in the number of
hands employed by 168 firms, and a
monthly Increase of wages paid of
Taking the country at large, reports
from 203 lumber firms which employed
9,070 hands in March, 1895, employed
15,485 in March, 1898, and the incroaso
in wagos for tho month was $258,188.76.
Reports from 176 woolen mills show
tho employment' of 23,466 hands in
March, 1805, and 29,656 in March, 1898,
an incroaso in wagos of $209,166.40 for
tho month, or an increase of over two
million dollars for the year.
In tho manufacture of iron and steel
64 firms have reported with an increase
of 8,451 hauds for the month of March,
and a yearly increase in wages of $111,
In the coal industry 24 firms report
an incroaso of 8,207 in the numbir of
hands and an increase of $2,431,080.64
in tho amount of wages paid during the
year. During the month of March,
1800, the hands received eaoh an aver
age of $67.40 oenU. In Marsh, IMS Ike
averaga yntto was $48.50.
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Regular examinations for persons
desiring to teach in Webster county
are held iu the superintendent's office
at Red Cloud, tin third Saturday in
Eva J. Cask, Couaty Supt.
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Theadministtators of the estate of
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She was n fine tiealtky child and the only one I
have ever been able in nurse. Bhe is now two
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Hair to IU Youthful Color? i
Cum atala tfiaraat a hair ttluaK. I
UmaadlLgtat Druajl.M I
k. m.lrM. km ta Dr. Slloc, I. it. Bill.ra
laitllm.i f nkih.. Wl Ar.bm . fhllaa.l, hla. Ta.
The Coal Period
IS NOW 11ERK.
Pttrohnsn now, before tho price goea up
ar ut nick bottom, and will not go
lowor this wear, sir i
Iu timo of licit preumo for cold. Thero
la crlittci lllO" o-nmlnnva In ..in- nn.l
Oltnn, slow burning, grent heat giving,
Humus uui nine nsue.; tueneloro
plflitseu tidy people.
Full lino of Ftoun nnd Fkeu onjhaud.
W. B. ROBY,
No. l Tinnu Av. Phonk No. 51
IKiTW-aArE. Al3.rir.ihi!. UMtoHiikDracrla
Tt at & a oHlCHasrrststSS 1KS1I TRJB
California randie?. .
PABST MILWAUKEE Beer
ALWAYS OB TAf .
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