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A nhn'tly Sprrtrn
Disease Ir cvor, but tn no fo m Is It tnoro to
bo dreaded tlmn In Unit of tlio formidable
maladies which attar. tlio kldnoy Mid
tladdcr. llrlslil'ft dl'ouaov1 dlnticloa, and
graxel may alike buprvvaptcd. If InactMty
of tlio kidneys Is root Hied In time with llos
tetU'r'sMoinuch llltler-s Miri-rclen almoin
cases of rlieiiim(l-in. dyspen-dii, constipa
tion, mulurin, lilllloiisness unit nervousness.
The Vol co of Afiliunlft.
The roar of the lion can bo heard
farther than tlio Found of any other
living creature. Next comes the cry of
the hyena and then the hoot of tin owl.
After these the nanther und the jackal.
'The donkey can be heard fllty times
farther than the horse, and the cat ten
times farther than the doff. Strange
as it may seem, the cry of tho horo can
bo heard farther than that of cither
tho dog or cat.
"Hanson's Magio Corn Halve."
Warranto! to rare or immey refunded. Aak f oar
drngiclit for It. l'rlco 15mU.
Tlio present (?ar of Uiusia, llko his fath
er, is a groat novel reader.
If the Uaby U Cutting Teeth.
Be (are and ue that oU and veil trlod remnlj-, Mr.
Wu.low' BooTiitxa Srnvr for Children Ttetlilnff.
rn pa Mlaat-d the lllcmlng.
Little Jack prays every night for
every member of the family. His fath
er had been awuy at ouo time for a
short journey, and that night .lack was
praying for him as usual. "Bless papa,
and tako care of him," ho was begin
ning as usual, when suddenly he rnised
his head and listened. "Never mind
about it now, Lord," ended tho little
fellow. "I hoar him down in tho
hall."- Albany State.
llcnllh once Impaired la nnt cnmlly rrif allied,
yet'rkcr'UlrK r Tonic tint ottiilnrd tli"s. retuita
lnninnycubos. Uoodforovorywcukncasandd Uicsj
Actions ppoak and persnndo, whllo moro
words without kindly deeds aro but vain.
If l more lluin ondeiTuI
how rintlo aly people MifTurwltli eorn. Ootppnej
and cuiur jrt by removing tnem with Illndurcorns.
Ocean telegraphic tables cost about 51,000
IVc desire to direct your attention to tlio
Gulf Coast of Alatnmo. Our motto: "If
vou nnticirntc n chnngo iu location or for
investment, why not got tho Lest? Wo havo
it," and in order to verify our statement
wo nro making extremely low rates to
honieseekcTK and investors thnt thoy may
make a personal investigation. For par
ticulars and low railroad rates n(ldres Tho
Union Land Co., Mobile, Ala., or Major T.
H, ClarLson, Northwestern Agent, Omaha,
Nebraska has thirty-threo daily papers.
Tho Latest Sensation.
The surprisingly low rates offered by
the Nickel Plate road to Boston nnd re
turn account Knights Templar con
clave and a choice of forty routes.
Tickets on sale Aug. 19th to 2Sth inclu
sive: longest return limit; service strict
ly first-class, C-leeplng car space re
served in advance. For further Infor
mation address J. T. Calahan, General
Agent. Ill Adams street, Chicago.
3air Sailing through life fur the person
who keeps in health. With a torpid liver
and the impure blood that follows it, you
are an easy prey to all sorts of ailments.
That "used-up" feeling is the first warning
that your liver isn't doing its work.
That is the time to take Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medical Discovery. As an appetizing,
restorative tonic, to repel disease aud build
up the needed flesh and strength, there's
nothing to equal it. It rouses every organ
into healthful action, purifies and enriches
the blood, braces up the whole system, aud
restores health aud visor.
from every tobacco chewer is wanted
as to the merits of
All good judges of chewing tobacco
bare thus far been unanimous in pro
nouncing it the best in quality, thef
most delicious iu flavor, the best in
every way. It's Lorillard's.
Ask the dealer for it.
Is the best medicine tor all diseases Incident to
children. It regulates the bowels ; assists denti
tion: cures diarrhea and dysentery in the worst
forms; cure canker sore throat ; Is a certain pre
entiteof diphtheria; quiets aud soothes all pain
Invigorates the stomach aud bowels; correct all
mc. bo not fatiima vourself and child with
flA i ll
; will cure griping In tho bowels and wind
eleepless nlchts tvheu It Is within your reach to
cure your ciiild and gave your ow a strength.
Tr.Jaaue'a German Worm Calces
destroy wrrns & remove them from the system
Jfteparedby Emmert Proprietory Co., CWwso( l!l.
SOLO BY ALL DmUGGIBTS.
TRET'S GREAT LEAP.
It 13 T was about
twelve yearn old,
and slio was a little
I stopped at Old
Ferguson's cabin, I
found Tret tho sun
shine and Joy of tho
lonely place. Her
mother was dead.
Trot could not re
member her mother,
as she had been no
more than a babe when Mrs. Ferguson
Tho girl was rmall, but still she was
She had the nerve of n man, nnd hor
strength and quickness were really as
tonishing. Sometimes sho would laughingly in
vite me, to feel of her muscle.
Old Ferguson was a reserved man,
rather sullen and suspicious toward
Still, he seemed to bo educated, and I
wondered why ho lived there In that
lonely mountain hut, so far from civil
ization. There was something strange about it
One time I asked him:
"Why don't you move to Bozcman or
Helena? What Is your Idea of living
hero where nobody can find you?"
He Bhot me a queer look.
"Mebbe that's What I want," ho
"Nobody to find me."
If I had not known him well, I might
have taken that as a hint; but I knew I
was always welcome at Ferguson's.
"You seem to forget Little Trot," I ox
postulated. "It Is scarcoly right to
bring her up here without any advan
tages." "Waal, I dunno 'bout that." ho re
turned. "Gals brought up In big places
don't nlwus turn out for tho best; an
thnr hain't no temptations fer Trot
hyar. She kin enjoy the free air, tho
sunshine, the birds an' flowers, nn' I
won't hev ter watch fer snakes all thor
time human snakes, I mean."
"But her schooling "
"Say, Swift, you'll muddle mo all up,
an' get me ter tWnkln o' things as I
don't knnr to. I wish you'd drop It."
And he would never talk on tho sub
In the course of tlmo I camo to sur
mise there was a mystery connected
with old Ferguson's life, and that ho
lived in that secluded spot for a reason.
But I never questioned him.
I knew it would be useless.
In time, however, he partly revealed
He had nn enemy a deadly foe
who had hunted him for years.
He did not explain why the man was
his enemy; but I came to suspect that
tho dead Mrs. Ferguson had something
to do with It.
"Ther onery whelp'll find me ng'ln
some day!" the hermit declared. "When
he does thar's goin' ter be a rccker
nln'." I had not seen Ferguson and his
pretty daughter for six months.
Passing that way, I sought tho se
T yffhouppr wasopen,,andswjnglngJn
Something looked wrong about tho
STILL CLINGING TO THE OPEN
I sprang from my norse, but no one
met me at the door.
Then I hurried Into the cabin.
There was a huddled figure sitting on
a stool in one corner.
As I entered the figure moved, and a
haggard, ghastly face, with wildly-glaring
eyes, looked up at me.
There was no recognition in those
Yet Ferguson was beforo me.
"For God's sake, what Is the matter,
man?" I cried aghast.
He mumbled something I did not un
derstand. I leaped forward and caught him by
tho shoulder, giving him a fierce shake.
"'What's happened? Tretty '
"Gone where? Dead?"
I caw the man was almost perished
from exhaustion and hunger.
First I gave him a little watered
whisky, and then I made him eat some
thing. "Ndw tell me what has happened?"
His shaking hands fumbled In his
pockets, and he brought out a ecrap of
On the paper, scrawled by a lend
pencil, were these words.
"I've found you at last, Harris! You
stole the mother, now I will steal the
daughter. You'll never see your girl
again, and Ben Raven hns his revenge.
She's mine, and you know what I mean
"Explain It!" was my demand. "How
came you by thls7"
"Found it hyar."
"Week ago. Was away six hours.
Came back found that Tret gone!
I've hunted everywharl I'll never see
my little girl agin!"
I knew Ferguson waB an expert trail
er, and he was familiar with the moun
tains. It looked as if his enemy had
But I did my best to give him now
life and courage.
I kept at him till he was In milch bn
tsr shape than when I found him.
Then we went out to search for the
The render may not believe In luck,
but I do. I have seen too many strange
frenks of cards not to believe In It.
Luck was with us that day.
Old Ferguson had scoured the moun
tains all about, and ho did not believe
his child wns within hundreds of miles
of his cabin.
Wo were riding through n canyon
about twenty-five miles from tho cabin.
At our left ran a strong, deep' stream.
On cither hand the walls of tho can
yon rose perpendicularly.
A sudden scream caused us to look up.
On tins opposite side of tho stream,
far up the face of tho canyon wall, was
a big black opening.
In the blackness of this opening n
figure suddenly appeared.
Ferguson shouted the words, clutch
ing my arm.
Then' something astounding hap
pened. The girl suddenly opened a huge um
brella, and, In another moment, clinging
fast to the handle, she sprang out from
As she did this a man came into view,
and clutched at her.
Then wo saw him reeling on tho verge,
trying to gain his balance once moro.
Like a Hash Ferguson flung up his
rifle, and flred.
With a hoarse shriek of horror tho
man fell outward, and camo whirling
He passed tho girl, who was descend
ing swiftly but steadily, still clinging
to the open umbrella, which served as
Into the river I urged my horse.
The man had struck with a great
splash, and disappeared.
The girl followed.
Sho relinquished tho umbrella and
swam toward mo.
I picked her up.
Little Tret was saved.
Sho told us her story as wo sat before
the open flro In Old Ferguson's cabin
The man hnd taken her to a cave
which wns tho retreat of several ruf
fians nnd robbers.
Their booty was stored there.
Amid tho stuff was a big government
Tlio regular entrance to the cave was
gunrded, but they did not guard tho
opening Into the canyon, aB thero
seemed no possibility of any one enter
ing or leaving that way.
Trot had heard of parachutes, and
sho conceived a desperate plan for es
cape. Itaven was tormenting her when sho
was driven to put her plan to the teBt.
It happened we were passing at that
Whether Ferguson's bullet reached
his enemy or not could not bo known,
but certain It Is thnt Raven disap
peared, and never troubled Little Tret
or her father afterward.
Being satisfied his enemy was dead,
"Ferguson" resumed his right name of
Harris, nnd moved to Bozemnn.
There Tret attended school, and she
is now one of the most cultured and
charming young ladles of the place.
LOSING THE EMPEROR.
Why. Nninloon,.'V...AiiGrjr ami ll.tfaaml
to Itldo ',
As to MnJ. Poppleton's letter, dated
March 15, 1817, It may be stated that
some little sensation had recently been
occasioned In the Island by the reputed
"losing" of Napoleon by that offlcor
whon accompanying him on one of his
"Mly r'.'lea. says sf GfcV.loman's
Alluding to this circumstance MnJ. P.
"With regard to my encounter with
his majesty, it is erroneously stated.
Wo never exchanged a syllable. In con
sequence of his riding at a vory great
rate I lost sight of him altogother, but,
being perfectly satisfied as to his ulti
mate bafety, I did not trouble myself
about him, but left him to return to
Longwood when ho pleased. This he
did In duo couise. I afterward related
what had happened 10 Admiral Sir
George Cockburn and ho desired of me
"If we rode out again not to lose sight
of the emperor, but to ride near him.'
In tho course of a day or two he (Bona
parte) sent to me to say he wished to
ride. I sent word to him that I should
attend him with pleasure, but that for
the future I should ride nenr him If I
chose, not ns his servant; that I should
behave toward him with every dellcncy
possible; that I would not Interrupt
nor listen to his conversation, and If a
wish were expressed by him to be left
alono It should bo complied with. The
horses were Immediately unsaddled,
his breakfast equipage was unloaded
and ho gave out that he was unwell.
We have never ridden together since.
A most terrible business was made of It
all, but not a word of truth In the whole
of It. Tho French officers who were
with him were determined at that time
to misrepresent everything and to make
him dislike the English. In this they
completely succeeded for n length of
time, but Napoleon 2t for some time
past been of a contrary opinion and ex
pressed himself highly pleased with my
self personally. I have no doubt but
that all I desired to be told him was
Saturday afternoon passengers on a
north-bound limits car going past Lin
coln park saw a large, odd-shaped ob
ject flitting among the trees nnd moving
along a distant driveway In the same
direction as the car.
"It moves like a bicycle, but the top
part Is too big for a man," said ono.
"Maybe he's got a load of hay on his
back," said another.
"I bet that's the fat blcyclo agent,"
was the Inspiration of the man who
spoke first. As the object sailed along
people wondered. Suddenly there was
nn opening In the trees and the object
darted out Into the sunshine, disclosing
a combination of bicycle and a large
The Dally News reporter who was go
ing to view the 600 feet extension of tho
lake shore speeding drive yearned to
know more. The car steadily gained on
the rider, nnd when It had got far
enough ahead the reporter dropped off
the footboard and started on a cross
country move toward a spot where In
terception and an Interview seemed
plausible. But it was too warm for the
nature of the undertaking and tho bl
cyollenne had passed the point of ar
rival. The parasol had lace on It end
ahi wore bloomers. Chicago News.
The only qulckrllver mlnea In
country are located in California.
THE ELECTRIC LIGHT.
Submarine Lump Aro Now Caod
rinhrrnirn with SticcfM.
Eastern nuglerB nro taking n loaf out
of tho book of tho flshormen of tho Pa
cific coast. It will bo remembered that
an enterprising Callfornlan wns tho
first In tho country to utillzo tho Idea
of attncklng fish by means of tho elec
tric light. Ho had tho nets for his
coast fishing studded with Incandescent
lamps, which were connected to bat
teries In nn nccompanylng boat. As
soon na tho nets woro sunk tho curront
wob turned on, nnd tho Incandescent
filament drew fish from far nnd nenr,
grently surpassing In Its effects on tho
hauling of tho not tho most irresist
ible of bnitB. Now nn Albany man has
devised nn "electrical not," which
works very much after tho samo fash
ion, except that tho electric light used
is fixed above tho water instead of bo
low Its Biirfnco. When tho light 1b
placed in position, tho nets nro set
eithor to se.iwnrd of It or nround It,
Hat upon tho bottom. When tho fish
nro drawn to tho lamp n rubber tubo
which runs along tho top of tho net
Is lnflnted by n pump In tho boat, tho
upper edge of tho net will risd to tho
Biirfnco tho lower edgo being held
down by sinkers nnd tho flBh nro
caught. A Now Yorker has mndo a
modification of tho California plan In
using submerged lights. Ho simply
puts a thrce-candlo-power lamp In a
quart preserving Jnr, lowers It In tho
water, and runs It with a sowing ma
chine battery. Ho recommends thoso
who wish to follow his examplo not to
spond $20 on n battery, but buy nn elec
tric hnndbook nnd, with thrco goblets
securely fastened In a plain wooden
box, mnko for thcruselves for about
$2.50 a battery which works just na
well. Ho snys that night fishing be
comes a very lively sport if tho light
Is placed anywhere In tho neighborhood
of fish. They swim around and Bpond
considerable tlmo Investigating, but as
soon as their curiosity is satisfied, thoy
get down to buBlness nnd discuss tho
baited hook which Is dangling near-by.
ELECTRICITY AT SEA.
Tho White Mirtit J l'rovod to lie.
Ono the Knaloat nnd licit Hoen.
Some Interesting experiments havo
been mado on the visibility of tho elec
tric light at Bea by tho government ot
tho United States, Germany nnd tho
Netherlands. Tho word "vlslblo" In
tho report on tho testa mtana visible
on a dark night with a clear atmos
phere. Tho result of the experience of
tho German commltteo was that a
whlto light of ono candle power wbb
vlaiblo 1.4 miles on a dark, clear night,
and one mile on a rainy night. Tho
Amorlcan teats resulted as follows: In
very clear weather a light of ono candlo
power was plainly vlolblo nt ono nnutl-
cal inilo; one ot three candlo power at
two miles; ono of ten candlo power was
seen by the old of a binocular at four
miles; one of twenty-nino candle pow
er faintly at five miles, and one of thlr-ty-thrco
candlo powor plainly at flvo
miles. On an exceptionally clear night
a white light of 3,2 candlo powor was
readily distinguished at thrco miles;
one of 5.6 candlo power at four miles
nnd ono of 17.2 candlo power at flvo
miles. In tho Dutch experiments tho
results were almost similar, but a 10
candle power light was plainly vlslblo
at flvo miles. For a green light tho
power roquired was two for ono mile,
fifteen for two miles, flfty-ono for threo
miles nnd IOC for four mllea. Tho re
sult of tests with a red light wero al
most identical with thoso with green,
but it was conclusively proved that a
white light was by far the most easily
Delicious Tuscan Pudding.
Mnko a boiled custard with ono pint
of milk, sweetened with half a cup of
sugar, boiled and poured on three
beaten eggs, writes Elizabeth Robinson
Scovll. Return tho mixture to the
saucepan and stir until It thickens, but
do not let It curdle as it will if it bolls
for moro than a second. When cool add
one pint of cream, half a cup of sugar,
a quarter of a box of gelatine, dissolved
and strained, half a teaspoonful of va
nilla, a quarter of a teaspoonful of es
sence of lemon, twenty drops of ex
tract of bitter almond. Put in a
mould with smooth sides and pack Jn
ice and salt. The proportion is two
quarts ot broken Ico to ono of coarse
salt, well mixed. In an hour removo
the mould, and after wiping It care
fully uncover It, and with a knlfo
scrape the frozen cream from tho sides.
Beat It thoroughly, as this makes tho
texture fine and smooth. If it Is near
ly frozen add half a pound of sweet al
monds, blanched and chopped lino, half
a pound of candied ginger, cut In small
pieces, and half a pound of citron pre
oared In tho same way.
Increnso la Number of Lire T.otr.
General Dumont, of tho United States
steamboat Inspection service has rec
ords to show that during tho last fiscal
year the number of lives lost on steam
vessels approximately was 3C8. This
was an lncreaso over tho average of
tho preceding 18 years of 128. Tho
great Increase was caused by tho large
loss of life by the foundering of tho
steamship Collma recently off tho Pa
cific coast. Tho average for the last
19 years Is 247. Tho highest previous
annual loss was G8C, In 1874; the lowest
was 133, In 1S8G.
Sho Got a Safety.
Tho Mankato girl that worked three
weeks Belling baking powder to get a
safety that a Chicago firm advertised
to give anyono selling three cans of
their stuff, was hot enough to warp her
clothes when she got a big pin, such as
is used to keep the baby's bloomers on
Highest of all in Leavening Pdwcr.
A .Mmiii Menn.
A French paper tolls of a man who
ought to bo set down as tho meanest
man of tho tlmo. His uamo Is Rapl
neau, and ho is tho happy father of
thrco children. Ills chief claim to
meanness lies in tho fact that ho has
lately discovered a plan to reduce his
weekly expenditure. Every morning,
when sitting down at table, ho mnkes
tho following proposal: "Thoso who
will go without uraiKiaht filial I navo
twopence." "Me me!" exclaim tho
younghters In chorus. llnpincnu gives
them tho money nnd suppresses tho
breakfast. In tho afternoon when tho
children wero anxiously expecting tholr
first meal, Itaplncau calls out, "liioso
who want their dinner must glvo two
poncoj" nnd thoy all pay back what
they received In tho morning for going
without their breakfast, und in that
way Hapincau saves u meal a day.
Hurpcrs' Hound Table.
EV. H.P. CAKSON, Scotland, Dak., snys:
TtobotUos ot Hnll's Catarrh euro comploioly
cured my little- clrl " hold by Druggists, 71c
"Where." inquired tho tourist, "if I
may ask, does your mujchty get your
tnsto for good living?-'
"In our nock," retorted the barbaric
Of tho courtiers, thoso who laughed
with conspicuous zeal wero at onco
raised to knightly rank and adorned
with tho Cross of tho Shirt Wnlst,
whllo thoso who, to tho number of
thrco or four, hod to bo pounded on
tlio back to save them from choking to
death wero ennobled. Detroit Tri
JlillbUlll, rili-K. .tr. C.l.CluiKUi,NoW lUen,U,
Tho llorao Cunning Factory.
Tho building being erected just bo
low Linnton by tho Western Packing
company for a liorso abattoir Is rap
idly approaching completion. Tho
foundations for tho engines and boilers
nro all in, and tho machinery is on tho
ground and should bo in place in a few
days. Tlio building and plant aro on
an extensive Bcalo, and will probably
bo ready for operation soon. Tlio first
shriek of tho whistle will sound tho
death knell of C.000 cayuscs now roam
ing the plains of eastern Oregon and
eating good grass, which might better
bo turned into beef and mutton. Mr.
Swltzlcr, who ruised these horses, as
ho lias many thousands before them,
will now retiro from tho business, nnd
has expressed his detenninatidn of
buying a bicycle, and, if ho likes it,
will perhaps start n bicycle factory.
Ho says that tho bicycles havo driven
tho liorso to tlio slaughter house; but
when Botnotmnr,ncwArJius run.ottjtlio
bicycle it cannot lie utilised for can
ning, as tho horso now is. Portland
Tor Knight Tontpl.ir.
Low-rate excursion to Boston via
Nickel Pinto road. Tickets on sale Aug.
19th to 23th Inclusive. Lowest rates;
".hrugn train"" palaco Hleeplng-cnrs;
unexcelled service, Including dining
cars and colored porters in charge of
day coaches. For particulars address
J. Y. Calahan, Genernl Ageni,
Adams street, Chicago, III.
When Judgo lluxton of North Caro
lina ns n young lawyer mado his first
appearance at tho bar, tho solicitor, as
is customary in that state, asked him
to talco charge of u case for hiih. Tho
young lawyer did ills best, and tho jury
'found tlio defendant, who was charged
with somo petty misdemeanor, guilty.
Soon utter ono of thu jurors, coming
round the bar, tapped him on the
shoulder. "Huxton." said lie, "tho
jury did not think that man guilty,
but wo did not llko to discourage a
young man." Green Hog.
Looking After tho Trifle.
"It Is only by looking closely after
tho trifles that a profit can be mado In
these days of close competition," said
tho grocer to his now assistant.
"Yes, elr, I understand," replied the
"For example," continued his employ
er, "when you pick the flies out of the
sugar, don't throw them away. Put
them among tho currants."
Xeatnrsii und Ueultli.
Cleanliness is tho safeguard of health.
People who are not clean catch all man
ner of unpleasant things. Tho history
of plagues is the history ot unsanltnry
conditions. When the cholera shows Us
hideous claws tho authorities bogln at
once to clean up tho foul neighbor
hoods. Mortality Is frail, but its pre
servation is neatness.
Slurried nt I-ast.
Thirty years ago, August M. Merrlke
of Laporte, Ind., asked a lady of 20
to bo his bride. She refused him. He
continued his attentions to her, and the
other day ho won her consent. Sho is
now 50, and he is 91.
Choice of ltoutcs.
To Knights Templar conclave, Uoston, via
the Niclol Plato road, embracing Chautau
qua Lako. Mngarn Fal k, 'thousand Is. ends,
Ituplds of the Bt. Lawrence, KarutoRn, Pal
lkadoH ot tho Hudson, Hoosac Tunnel, and
rldo through tho L'orUhiro Hills by day
light, 'lickets on sale Aug. lllth to iiSth in
clusive. Lowest rates, nuiek time and
t ervlre unexcelled, Including palace 'eej
ing und dining car. Address J. Y. Ca a
hnn, (Jeuerul Acent, 111 Adams street,
Chicago, for further information.
Our total product of zinc in 1800 was 63,
C83 short tons.
It Is not enouch to Lnow, ono must also
be alio to impart.
Sneezing was onco thought to be a sign
of good luck.
The only joys which llvo and grow are
those we share with others.
Billiard table, second-hand, for sa'.e
cheap. Apply to or address, H. C Akin,
fill B. 12th St., Omaho, Neb.
Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Ho Irelt Mfr
Tho 4-yoar-old son of a well known
naval oflfcor was tho other day enlight
ened, on tho death of a friend, as to
what constituted the real ergo, which
was Indestructible, ns contrasted with'
the perishable body. It was evident
that this lesson sunk deeply Into his
mind, as nppoarcd soon after, when his
mama had occasion to spank thu small
man for somo offenso or other. I.ooic-
mini iur nuuiu uuvuiu ui uiwvti. iww-
Ing up through his tears ho stammered
ant. "Mama, you can't hurt my skin.
And under my skin is mo!" Tho little
Anil under mv
follow did not know what a ttcmend
ous truth ho had stumbled on.
Kvery dny wo meet men who havonppnrcntly
lost all Intercut in liro, but thoy chew and
kiiioko nil tho tlmo and wondor why tho sun
mi I no Is not bright and tho suoot blrd'H Boris:
sounds illttronlaiit. Tobimo hue away tin
pleasures of life and leaves Irritated nono edi
tors In return No-To-lluo 1s tho cony watr out.
Guaranteed to euro and inalio you wall nnd
strong, by UruKRiats overj whore.
Iltintlnn tlio Antelope.
On tlio pralrio successful untelopo
hunting- Is no child's play. Tho gnmo
nearly nlwnya sees you first, and re
tires In rxood order, but on doublo
quick, to somo high knoll n long itillo'
uwny, from which safo distance you
arc enref ully surveyed by tho keenest
eyes, As you try to stent up within
long rlllo range, tho band suddenly
glides down tho side of tho knoll, seem
ingly without effort, sourrlcs across tho
next flat, and presently hulls on an
other hlg'ii point at tho end of another
The tlmo was when nntclopo had so
much curlo.ilty nnd so littlo sense they
could bo brought up within gunshot by
waving n ra? on a ramrod or wriggling
a No. 10 foot in tho nlr; but that pe
riod hnB cono by. at least In Montana.
Wo tried it repeatedly, but found tho
Eronghorn wns not half the fool ho had
eon represented. Iu tho broken bad
lands, "whoro coulees nro deep and
sharp ridges numerous, it Is an ensy
mnttor to stalk antelope, and to shoot
them nlso provided you nro a good
shot, don't got tho buck nguo and can
judgo dlstanco reasonably well. Au
gust St. Nicholas.
WINT12K W1II2AT, BO ItUHUFXS I'EIt
Did you ever hear of that? Well there
are thousands of farmers who thlnlc
they will reach this yield with Salzer's
now hardy Bed Cross Wheat. Kyo CO
bushels per ncrel Crimson Clover at
$3.C0 per bushel. Lots and lots of grass
and clover for fall seeding. Cut this out
and send to John A. Salzer Seed co
La Crosse, Wis., for fall catalogue nnd
sample of above wheat free. (W.N.TJ.)
Hrnln has extended tlio prlvllogo of copy- -right
to foreign authors. .
rico's Curo for Consumption hns no
otiunl as a cough medicine, F. M. AmiOTT,
Hb'll Henoca Bt. Unffnlo. N. Y.,Moy t, 1MM.
Over f lOd.OCO wns spent In improving tho
upper MloslBsIppl river last year.
Tvcrvo JtcMtorur. ho l'lUatter tlt llreitlay'a uto,
Jlnrvrlouacuri'". TrratlMiaml J2trlallottWri'i'ti
He I've a good mind to Uis you. She
Yon d totter mind what vou ro about.
Bpcclnl Kzcnrslan to lloston,
Tho Knights Templar conclave will
bo held In Boston from Aug. 26th to 30th
inclusive. Tickets will be on sale via
the Niokel Plate road from Aug. 10th
to 25th Inclusive. Hates always tho
lowest: through trains; drawing-room'
sleeping-cars; unexcelled dining-cars;
side trips to (jn&utnuqua JaKe, iag
ara Falls, and Saratoga without addi
tional expense. For additional Infor
mation call on or address J. Y. Cala
han, General Agent, 111 Adams street,
M. I.otifn Pasteur has refused a German
Brings comfort nnd improvement and
tenda to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. Tho many, who livo bet
ter than others and onj'oy life moro, with,
less expenditure, by moro promptly
adapting tlio world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
tho value to health of the puroliqujd
laxative principles embraced in tho
remedy. Syrup of Figs.
Its cxcellenco is duo to its presenting
in tho form most acceptable aud pleas
ant to tho taste, tho refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect !ax
ativo ; effectually cleansing tho system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with tho approval of tho medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
noyB, Liver and Bowels witiiout weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable aulwtance.
Syrup of Figs is for salo by all dro
gists in 60c and $ 1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by tho California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whoso narno is printed on every
package, also tho name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any eubstituto if offered.
OlruiM and bttuWSu tba hair.
Promote a laxurUnl irowth.
Never Fall to Saatora Qrajr
II air to lta Youthful ColorT
Cure eealn dueajce a: hllr ftUiir.
tOj.aniHl.UUat tlruglau I
W. Pi. V.t Omuhn-33, 1S&5.
When nnswerlnc adveitlsements kindly
mention this paper
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