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THE MEN ARE NAMED.
THE VENEZUELA COMMISSION
TuiIck ltrpwT l Clmlrniiiti of Hip Snmo
Tlip (itlii r nro Itlctiitnl I. Oluey, An
ilrrw II. While, 1'roilcrlrk K. t'nmtnrt
niul Dmitri (1. Oilman l'ollt.tcnl Coin
lrilon uf tliu .Aim Xniiirtil.
Washington, Jan. 3. President
Clevclnnd has unnounccd the appoint
ment of tho Venezuelan boundary
commission, as follows.
David J. ISrotrcr of Kansas, justice.
United States Supreme court.
Richard H. Alvcy of Maryland, chief
justice of the Court of Appeals of the
District of Columbia.
Andrew 1). Wlutu of Now York.
IVcderlck H. Condert of Now York.
Daniel C. Oilman of Maryland.
The commission is regarded hero as
a very satisfactory one, whose opin
ions and conclusions will bo received
by the American public with that con
fidence which tho standing of the
members of tho commission in the
public cyo inspires.
.Justice Drawer is a Republican in
politics, and about fif ty-clght years of
ngc. He is n graduate, of Yale, and
has spent considerable time in tho
practice of his profession in Kansas,
where ho tilled a number of judicial
offices. Ju 1SS4 he was appointed
Circuit court judge of the United
States for the Eighth district and was
appointed associate ju.stico of the Su
premo court in December, 1880, by
Diehard II. Alvcy is a Democrat in
politics and a niuu of marked legal
ability. It was the great reputation
ho gained as judge in tho Maryland
courts which led President Cleveland
in the absence of political influence1 on
Judge Alvuy's part, to appoint him to
tho position of chief justice of tho
Court of Appeals of this district. lie
is about sixty years of age.
Andrew D. Vhitu is a Republican in
politics. Ho is ono of the best known
) men of letters in this country, uml
perhaps in the world; is an author anil
historian and iias been the president
of Cornell university. Mr. White was
appointed minister to Itussia by Presi
dent Harrison and this position lie
held through Harrison's administra
tion and for a year or more during
Mr. Cleveland's administration.
Frederick D. Coudert is n Democrat
In politics and is one of the best known
members of the bar in New York. Mr.
Coudert was ono of the counsel for tho
United States on the Dehring sea com
mission, and in that capacity made
one of the most eloquent and efl'cctlve
speeches delivered in behalf of the
The last named member of the com
mission, Daniel C. Oilman, president
of Johns Hopkins university, is well
known as an authority in internation
al law. He was at one time president
of the University of California, and
was later called to take up the work
of the organization of the university
of which he is now at tho head. He is
the author of a life of President Mon
roe. Mr. Oilman has never figured
prominently in politics. At the White
bouse it is stated that ho has no poli
tics, but his proclivities are under
stood to be Republican Tho two
great parties, it will lie seen, are
equally represented on tho commis
sion, with the fifth member having no
All of lite above named persons will
accept the places to which they have
been appointed and aro expected to
nssemble in Washington as soon as
practicable, with a view to taking
th'o oat i and entering upon their work.
The appointments are inadn in com
pliance with a resolution of Congress
passed at the request of President
Cleveland, and the work of the com
missioners will be to examine mid
collect evidence with a view to deter
mining the true divisional line be
tween Venezuela and Dritlsh Ouiuna.
The conclusion reached by the com
mission will oe reported to tho Presi
dent for his information in connection
with any further representations and
communications that may be made by
this government to Great Dritain in
connection with the boundary lino dis
putc between ihc latter country ami
PAINTEW SLAtK'S bAD END.
l'urmerly famous anil Wcaltlij', lie Died
in a lloiuo for lnrur.llri.
Chicago, Jan. 3. John D. Dlair,
born in ISoO, and once famous and
wealthy, died yesterday at tho home
for incurable. Dlair vas a famous
painter n half century ago. His skill
is attested by the fact that his portrait
of Pieaident Taylor is in the White
house gallery. He wasoneof the first
painters of war panoramas and the
llrst to paint nny jrreat panorama
in this country. His llrst was
a picture of blnis of all the world,
and to accomplish this work he
circled the globe twice. He was
the inventor of the silk bag gas bal
loon, such as aeronauts of to-day em
ploy, unit lift,' years ago invented a
bicycle on the same lines as the present
safety. He added half a million of
wealth to a well known pencil inanti
fuctmer by inventing the rubber tips
for pencils Ho painted landscapes of
foreign countries and pictures of sheep
in almost endless numbers, and his
auction .sales of these were annual
events in art circles ajquartcr of a cen
tury ago. Five years ago lie was
stricken with paralysis and thice years
later became blind and also lost tho
strcugth of his mind. He was then
placed in the home for incurables.
AtrliUuu to .Malta Cur Coupler.
Atchison, Kan., Jau. 3. t. T.
Hack us, C. T. Dackus, C. W. Wellcr,
11 11 Herd ami It. A. Park, have in
corporated the "Columbia car Coupler
Company" for a term of fifty years.
Capital stock, $1.10,000; general offices,
Thut Zinc Smelter Deal.
i:n.u.iA, Mo., Jan. 2. Robert IT.
Laiiyon, who returned from Chicago
yesterday, hays tho syndic te plans
for the purchase of all the y.lne smel
ter iu this suction have not been con
hiiuiniiit.'d, but thut hi ten furnaco
Miirtior at this place and those of the
Luuyon Founlr.y at I'itUbtirjir, Kan.,
hwvc been hold to tho syndicate. He
will give j oiiession iu about forty
dys It is pre&umwl that the new
ovvtwrs will continue tho works hero,
as th ay have ordered Mispendid fur
rtuattJ to be repaired fr Imtnodlato
ENGLAND THE BULLY. I
filgninrnnt Remark Mailo Itorrntly by
Vonrrurla CnrmnlsMoncr Cnudrrt.
Wasiiinuion, Jan. 3. Frederick It.
Coudert is the only one of tho commis
sioners, who, in advance of his ap
pointment, expressed an opinion on
the boundary controversy. Mr. Cou
dert, while the country rang with tho
Venezuela message, took occasion to
express his views of Dngland. Now
that he is a commissioner they become
significant and are presented as ho
gave tlicm some days ago:
'Kngland has been tho bully of tho i
world. Her policy has been one of i
aggression, She holds Oibraltar and
by that means lias hpaln by tho throat.
When France was tied up with Ger
many, England seized Egypt, as sho
had practically seized Cyprus. In tho
event of trouble between this country
and England. Franco would sweep into
Egypt and Russia would march upon
Constantinople. England, of course,
is responsible for tho Armenian mnsa
crcs. England will not permit Russia
to seize Constantinople and wipe tho
unspeakable Turk oft the face of tho
drtli, therefore thousands of Chris
tians must suiter death. John Dull
has no friends and Uncle Sara has no
enemies. If there should bo troublo
between America and England tho
sympathy of all Europe would bo with
ns and tho hand of every European
nation would bo raised against Eng
land. The English government ap
preciates its friendliness and helpless
ness. Dccuuse of that fact there will
bo no war. If war should come, tho
map of Europe would bo recast and
perhaps the map of Asia, too."
A JUDGE KILLS A FOOTPAD
.lustko Ultimo nf fiilenco limits Tnro j
Attacking Thieves. j
Chicago, J .in. 3. Justico Jarvis
Illume of the West Chicago Avenuo '
police station was passing underneath
tho Alley "I structure at Thirteenth
street at 1:30 o'clock this morning on
his way home in company with his j
daughter May, when two masked mcu
attacked the magistrate. One of them
threw his arms about Mr. Dlumc'.s
neck and tried to strangle him; tho
other made an attempt to find his
Making a feint to assist the robbers,
Illume drew his revolver and lircd.
Ono man uttered a cry of paiu and fell
with blood streaming from a wound
in his abdomen. Dofore the police ar
rived the man was dead.
When tho man fell Justice Dlumo
turned his revolver upon tho other,
who was making hasto to escape.
None of the bullets took effect.
After thu hhooting Justice Illume
anil his daughter went to the Harrison
street police station and told what had
occurred. The patrol wagon was sent
out at once and the man found dead.
The body was taken to the morgue.
Among the papers in his pocket was a
vaccination certificate mado out to
Sliver Men Aro Preparing n Measure to
buperscdo tliu ISoml Hill.
Washington, Jan. 3. The Senato
bill finance committ adjourned at l-:30
until to-morrow. No action was taken
and no vote was had. Tho bond bill
was discussed, but tho tariff bill was
not tacn up. Senators White and
Wolcott were not present.
Senator Vest was not present so the
silver men and anti-silver men were a
tie. It is understood that tho inten
tion of the bilver men is to report
either a free coinage substituto or
amendment to the bond bill, probably
an amendment. After tho regular
meeting of the committee the Repub
lican members held a conference in
tho committee room nnd the Demo
crats conferred in the district commit
tee room. Senator Jones, Populist,
of Nevada, went with tho Democrats
at the conference. The silver men
have unanimously decided t6 insist
upon nn amendment iu the nature of
an cntiro substitute providing for ffceo
coinage of silver ntid the elimination
of all authority for the issuance of
bonds. Senator Jones of Arkansas
was delegated to prepare a message In
accordance with these views to be sub
mittal to a full meeting of the com
mittee as soon as it ecu bo oomplctcd.
SIX LIVES LOST IN A FIRE.
The Homo of n Wealthy Olilotin Iluruoit
l'lve Jfurrouly Kscnpo.
Cor.UMiius, Ohio, Jau. fl. At 4 o'clock
this morning the home of John II.
Hibbard was discovered to bo on flro.
Jir. and Mrs. Hibbard, their son,
Allen, aged .1, and baby, Dorothy, Miss
Fay Hibbard and Mrs Grace Hibbard
Lee, sisters, of Durnesville, Ohio, per
ished by suiroeatiou although their
bodies wore more or less burned.
Mr. Hibbard was secretary of tho
Central Ohio Natural Gas and Fuel
Company and was related by marriago
with the Dcshlcrs, Huntingtons and
other of the wealthiest families of
Columbus. Four sons, less than 15
years of age, and tho colored servant
narrowly escaped by jumping from
A lletiilimUtlon Newspaper.
Topkka, Kan., Jan. 3. Simon
Greenspan, who married the widow of
Allen D. Sells, the wealthy ex-circus
man, is seeking to establish a resub
mission dally paper in Topeka. Tho
movement has not assumed definite
form yet, and will not be carried into
effect unless the National Liquor
Association will subscribe liberally.
Greenspan is a pronounced opponent
of prohibition, and thinks tho oppor
tunity is now ripe to begin a resub
Colorado rroilurei Morn GoM Than Sllier,
Dknvkii, Colo., Jan. S. For tho first
time iu the history of the State the
gold output for thu year just closed
exceeded iu valtio that of silver The
moot carofnl computation of the min
eral tutput for the year from the sta
tistics attained shows the following:
Oold, 517,310,435; silver, S!4,'JM),0l'J;
luud. 82,955,1 14; opiwr, fc$7;,4t2; total,
S35.432.1&U. For sJ tho output whs:
fiold. $I1.33-VSOt; sllvur, S,7'l,750;
loud, ja.S'W.On; copper, 707,4fO; total,
&rt),Ui3,2ttU. Thu increase in tho gold
production U almost wholly from thu
Cripplo Cxmk tlU.trit
THE HORSELESS VEHICLE
Uenernt Silica Conslderlnc It Utility la
Army Use Would lie n. tSrvitt Suvlnc.
Washington, Jan. 1. (Jen. Miles is
now making a study of the horseless
..nl.lnlr. ...111. w .,..... ... .1 .. .... I .. it. It. I
't'n'-'u, ,, a.,, , iuY iu iiuiuriuimii iia
utility in army use. The idea is to
use it for tho army trains. Al ench
of its forty-ono military posts our
army employs two or more wag
ons, prescribed by the Quartermaster
General. Tho larger, tho six-mule
wagon, is for transporting army sup'
I'lics to and from intlrond Btntlons on
lllc frontier posts. The other, known
no tlir cirttt .nnt t j itii..1 ! tn
. vit V3VWIW ? ti iwita ) M LlUll u V bUU
or lour mines, it is used in tno inoro
thickly settled regions, for tho samo
purpose, ns well as for ofllcial errands.
Those wagons have been used in tho
army since the war, with but littlo
alteration. The horseless vehicle, if
feasible, would be a big improvement
over them. Dcsidcs, it would bo a
Our small army of S.'.'.OOO men em
ploys 0,000 horses and mules for uses
of tho cavalry and artillery and for
general drafting purposes. Tho nvor
ngo cost of these for tho last fiscal
year, for instance, ranged from $05 to
8108 each, tho cavalry horses costing
the least, oven less than tho Govern
ment mules, and draft horses tho most.
Thus tho army makes a great outlay
each year, not only for purchasing
horses, but for keeping them well fed
HI Nomination to Ho n llrlgntllcr Still
Washington, Jan. 1. Tho nomina
tion of Colonol Copplngcr to bo briga
dier general of thu urmy is still hold
up in tho Senate. There Is a hard
fight being mado against his nomina
tion. This fight is being conducted by
tho A. P. A. Tho most serious ob
jection to tho distinguished soldier is
thut he is a Catholic in religion and
when a young mansorvedin tho Pope's
Coppinger camo to this country in
J8IH), entered tho Union army, served
with distinction throughout tho civil
war, has been wounded several times,
nnd received a commission in tho reg
ular service and in tho natural ordur
of things reached tho command of his
regiment and was nominated by tho
President to tho grade of brigadier
general. Colonel Coppingcr's wifo was
the eldest daughter of the late James
(J. Diaine, and it is said that one of tho
reasons for tho serious break between
the Dlaiuc nnd Harrison families was
the refusal of President Harrison to
promote Coppinger to brigadier pen
eralshlp when requested to do so by
Mrs. Diaine. Last summer, when a
vacancy occurred in the grado of
brigadier general, Ptcsldcnt Cleveland
A Modern William Tcl.
Hot SntiNOS, Ark., Jan. 1. "Ari
zona Charley," whoenjoys tho distinc
tion of having conducted u week of
bull fighting at Cripple Creek, Col., in
spite of the opposition of tho local
authorities and the governor, was acci
dentally shot and painfully wounded
last evening. Ho had too much cont
lldcnco in the marksmanship of a
friend, whom ho requested to shoot a
snow ball from tho top of his head.
The friend's nerve was bad and
Charley received a painful wound iu
Kniull Operutorx Kciir It.
Cartiiaoi;, Mo., Jan. 1. Consider
able interest is manifested hero us to
tho probable outcome of the great
zinc combine. As its workings can
yet only bo guessed, those interested
do not feel at liberty to express them
selves. The impression among many
miners and operators is that tho re
biilt will be simply to choke out of
existence all small ontcrprlscs and to
prevent any further ell'orts toward tho
building of any additional smelting
works iu this section.
LIVK STOCK. AND J'KUIIUUU MAIHtKTS
Quotation I'rnm Now York, 'Chlengo
l.oul, Omithu anil l.lsuwhcro.
Iluttcr Creamery separator.
Httttur l'nlr to good country
i tKs fresh
Chlckons llressou, pertt. ....
TnrlcnVB l'er lb
Prulrlo chickens l'ordoz.
-Per lb 7 0 H
s-('lintco Mcssluus 4 2 (ft 4 M)
;s-lVrhov 4 00 4 M)
Apnle-i-I'orlihl 2 73 dp :i 60
.svroet uotutocti -Uoou, per uol 'i m
Potatoes Per bit 'M
Benin Navy. hand-jilcKort.lm 1 OS
Cranberries i npo Cod, pr.ubl 0 00
liny -Upland, per ton 0 ffl
Onions -I'orbu 2Ti
llroom Corn Green, per tt 'i
llo.'h-Mlxed packliiK 3 31
Iiiirs Heavy wolsliis 3 40
lleoxoj Mockors and feeders. 2 75
Heef s-tcors 3 00
Mil 4 1 75
Own 2 10
Heifers 1 "5
WoMorns 2 1
Hioup-I iuiiIh 3 7
Hicup-Muod natives 2 10
heat No. 2, fpriti,'
t urn-I'or liu
Oats l'cr bu
5 33 l
attlu Common to ox beovea. 3 15
lliUh-Averages 3 GO Gj
Mieop l.mnbs 3 00 i
Sheep Westerns SCO 4
Wlient No. ?, red winter 69
orn No. 2. 3t i
Oah-No.2 21 a
Cork- 7K5 i
l.uru SW i
heat No. 2 reel, cash f.1 i
font-Tor bit 23 6
Outs Per liu IB u
llo's Mlxcil packing 3 30 i
t attlo Nattuboi5tt 3 !5 i
Hlicon Natives 2 21 i
Lambs , 3 7i C
Wheat-No. 2 hard ?7W
Caul Mocker-ill nil feeilur..
IIork .VMimI raekor.
Denletl I'rom M'uihlnRton.
Washikqtos, Jan. 1. Tho
that Iowa -Indians have leased
J ncres of iar.d from tho Kaw tribe, in
tending to live off the rental of their
allotted lands to whites, is disputed
by Indian uillciuls. All leases mado
by or v.ith Indians require tho up
proval of the Indian bureau, and In
dians cannot abandon their allotments
nnd move onto reservation lands only
by authority of an act of Congrtms.
This notion has nevar boon allowed
and tho Indian bureau will not author
ize it now.
F0IUV0MAN AND HOME
NTERESTINC READING FOD
DAMES AND DAMSELS.
for Llllln llrl I'nirk for the.
Dmieliij; School ItrlRltt Hue for
Kietilni; tlowns Sninn Hints for tho
DA1DS Bcem miulc
for wear by chil
dren, nnd they aro
In strong f.nor this
Benson. Tho bluo
and green plaids
nro tho most com
monly Keen thtu
season, nnd tire
gcnornlly more be
coming than thoso
of the rod shades, nnd aro ttmnrtly com
bined with hunter's grcon or peacock
blue velvet, rows of tiny brnss buttons
nnd black Bntin. A charming little
clonk for a miss of C years la of tho soft
cat wool In bluo nnd gioon plnld, made
to hung in full box plaits from n clrcu-
lar yoke. Tho sleeves are modlshly
draped to spread at the elbow, tho lower
arm being composed of richly broended
velvet, a black pattern upon a ground
work of dull blue. A Ballor-shnpod
capo collar of tho camo Is edged with
heavy blnck Thlbot. Tho smnll wrists
are trimmed In tho snmo way. Tho
cloak Is mado wonderfully warm and
cozy by a wadded lining of lenf-green
satin. A "grandmother's" muff of
Thibet accompanies tho rig nnd londn
an nlr of quaintnoss. A "Hilly Cock"
hat of dark blue felt hns Its rolling brim
faced with dark blue velvet, and at Its
side two stiff Iridescent quills, hold by
a snug littlo choux of velvet.
Another fetching plaid cloak is In
shndes of brown nnd white In very largo
unbroken checks. It Is mndo In
Mother Hubbard fashion, with a huge
sailor collar of golden-brown volvet
overlaying the round yoke. Tho collar
is edged flntly with a coarso yellow lnce,
from under which falls whlto Angora
fur. A hugo white felt hat, massed
with heavy plumes, tho brim tied down
over the little ears in the qunlntcst
manner by broad ties of gauffered silk,
makes tho small wearer a picture of
childish beauty. Tho pretty gray as
trakhan is tho body of'ono of tho pret
tiest cloaks of tho senEon for small lad
dies. It Is, as are all tho smart coats,
cut abnormally short, so as to set out
llko a hugo frill about tho small legs.
Thcro is an ouvcloplng collar of navy
blue velvet, edged with whlto Angora,
topped by nn openwork band of cut
Krorlti for tho Diiwilnc School.
Now Is the season of delight for tho
young dancing-school miss who is con
sidered too young to "como out" in so
ciety, but who may dance and flirt to
her heart's content under the chaperon
age of the dancing teacher. White
forms tho foundation for many of the
dainty dancing gowns, nnd is really the
only appropriate thiug for these young
budn to wear, though, no doubt, their
hearts acho for the more goigeous array
of their fully fledged sister, who has
"queened" it In society for two wawna.
White inufllin, whits satin, white ohif
fan or tulle, and dnlnty gautforod white
u .. n. iiD'.'Mt. .ie utrtuvfMtyzz --r ,p:.i.t i r t
mameseaam urn w m mrrvtrrwiw .
AFTERNOON A ND EVENING.
teffetn are Urn favorite materials, and
J for (leeoratlww ate th exqulaltq laea
edgtogt. Deep ftouncea of lace are not
nt nil good form on the gown of n young
girl, beautifully shiny rlbboim nnd dol
Icnto ombrolderloa. An exceedingly
smart -frock of pontly white tnfTotn is
made girlish and sweet by ItenccosBorlos
of broad penrl-whlto sntln ribbon nnd
hugo buttons 8ot with pearls. Tho
skirt is Immensely wide, llnrlng out In
hugo pleats of gnuffored tnffctn, wllh a
grndimtcd panel of whlto antln ribbon
directly down tho contor. Tho bodlco
In ns dnlnty ns posslhln, mado of tho
tnffctn, pouching well over tho folded
bolt of whlto sntln ribbon. Directly
down tho center of tho front is n flvo
Inch natln ribbon in tho form of n box
plent, nnd decorated with hugo buttons
Hut with ponrl. It is cut quite low,
squnrcly ncross from shoulder to
shoulder nnd bnndoil with rib
bon. A Roft-frlll of chiffon covors tho
pretty Rhouldors. Tho sleeves nro
broad loops of the ribbon knotted
through tho center. With this frlck nro
worn long ruciIo gloves of ponrl whlto
nnd suede slippers to match. Tho
clonic to go with this pretty creation Is
of snowy-white elder down, very full
and qulto long, with n deep opera hood,
nnd till edged with tho softest and Huf
fiest of whlto Angorn.
(Initm of Combination linen.
Ono sees a romnrknblo numbor of
costumes showing combinations of
white. Any nnd every color is put with
it and with an astonishingly good ef
fect. Dlack nnd whlto has long been
in vogue, nnd Is still so much in favor
thnt thcro aro no ond of incs show-
ing this combination. White hns a
softening effect upon color in every
case, and is especially charming when
mndo up with pretty soft grays, browns
or some of the pretty mixed goodB.
A fetching gown for seraldress even
ing wear Is mado up of smoko-gray
crepon and penrly whlto vclvot. Tho
flaring skirt Is set full of panelo of
pearly whlto volvet, broad at foot and
tapering to tho wnlst in a sharp point.
Tho round bodlco of crepon hns panels
of velvet from throat to waist, gradu
ating llko tho skirt. Over the full
mandolin sleeves of crepon aro flaring
points of velvet smartly stiffened. A
protty gown of blnck satin Is mado gay
with pipings of white satin and row3
of tiny white pearl buttons. Another
protty frock Is of tobacco brown taffeta,
with trimmings of whlto satin ribbon
edged with frills of yellow Valen
ciennes lace. Tho skirt has a wonder
ful width, and Is decorated by two
pnnels set in cither side of tho skirt,
edged with rows of lace-edged ribbons.
Tho round bodice, and it seems as
though all bodices aro round nowadays,
is composed of alternate rows of lace
edged ribbon and tobacco-brown vclvot
ribbon. There aro hugo balloon sleeves,
deeply tucked across tho tipper por
tions nnd finished at the wrist by lace
A protty black and white chocked
gown of softest taffeta has decorations
of Ivory whlto satin and blnck Jot. The
godctod skirt is enormously full and
perfoctly plain. It has a seamless little
bodice of tho checked goods, with a let
in yoke of white satin edged about with
Jet. Tho lower part of the full sleeves
aro of Jet-covered satin.
I tout Iclrnn In Kasliluno.
Nothing Is prettier for n tailor-made
gown than n doeskin vest with daintily
speckled buttons for trimming.
The tnoit oloKnnt wldo skirts havo
the foldB fulling in flutings all around
and are strapped at tho seams with vel
vet, pluah, otc. Plainer skirts are fre
quently finished off above the lower
uilsje with rows af narrow braid or
The .luilce'd Mtislrnl Inntrnmcnt.
A now typewilter story comes from
India. It appears that one of the Eng
lish judges In India was an expert on
tho machine, and It occurred to him to
use it for the making of Judicial notes.
Tho tnnchlno was conveyed into court,
when n certain novelty was imparted
to tho proceedings by tho click of tho
keys and tho tinkle of tho boll which
indicated that a lino had been com
pleted. Tho prisoner wr.s found guilty
and sentenced. Promptly ho appealed,
on tho ground that, instead of listen
ing to tho evidence, tho jutlgo had
whilcd nway his tlmo by playing on a.
musical instrument. This was a tech
nicality as well as ti typewriter, and
quite a good enough reason for a bad
man to got a now trial.
Con' I'oagti IlftWam
1 1 tholilMt and bMt. It will bmk up aCold quletu
erthauiiujttilagelaa. it lialway reliable. Try It.
If you havo hot h tracts nnd brend to givo
to tho poor, rIvo thoni tho trend first.
Womnn nnt dress; man wants nd-dress.
AVo havo not boeu without Who's Curofor
Consuinption for twenty years- I.izzm
Kr.mtEi., CatnpHt, Ilarrlslmrg, 1'ft., May 4,
Tho extent oi your troublo Is tho Impor
tance which jott nttnch to yourso.f.
Many n ninn who clnlms that charity bo
kIiik nt homo lots his wifo saw tho wood.
Sarsnparllln hns over nnd over ngniu
proved Itself tho best blood unrlllcr medi
cal science hns over produced. It cures
When other medicines utterly fall. IU
record Is unequalled In tho history ol
medicine. IU success Is based upon It!
intrinsic merit. Hood'H
The Ono Truo Dlood Purifier. ?1; C for f5.
ItUUU & I llltcny hi elTrct. J.1 ecnti
World's Palrl IIKIHBST AWARD. J
t vi jr jjcvjnuL:
IsPure and unsweetened;
and can be retained by
the weakest stomach.!
A safe, easily digested!
FOOD for DYSPEPTICS I
LSold by DRUOniSTS nVERYWHERIJ! 5
John Carle & Son. New York. J
The Greatest ricdical Discovery
of the Arc.
DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXSIW, MASS.,
Has discovered In one of our common
pasture weeds a remedy lli.it cures every
kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofuia
down to a common Pimple.
ile lias tried it in over eleven hundred
cases, and nescr failed except in two cases
(both thunder humor) He has now in his
possession ocr two hundred tertificates
of its alue, all within twenty miles of
Boston. Send postal card for book.
A" benefit is always experienced from
the first bottle, and a perfect cure is war
ranted when the right quantity is taken.
When the lungs are affected it causes
shooting pains, like needles passing
through them; the same with the Liver
or Bowels. Tills is caused by the duds
being stopped, and always disappears in a
week a'ler taking it. Keau tne laoci.
If the stomach is foul or bilious it will
cause squeamish feelings at first.
No chanse of diet ever necessary. Eat
the best you ca.i get, and enough of it
Dose, one tablespoonful in water at bed
time. Sold by ail Druggists.
THIS AnilMOTOIt CO. Jona bair tba world'
windmill buslnoM, bwatue It iuu minced tho cutl or
wind power to 1 'Ownm unite It ! manj branch
uousns, una supplies IU good and repairs
. juiit uoor. ji can ana ace lurmui
, iieuer aruce tor los tuunej than
lliis. It maltrs Pnoiplni; and
lleaxrd, bletl, tlalvamaa alter
IC-'UIlrtlnn Wlrulmllla. TIIU02
FUrd hlrtt Tirvrm.Snol llntxHjw
Trames. Slrcl l'wil Cutters and Feed
Of UlfO) unifies that. It will furtifkh nntil
Januarr 1st at l;i ti uf.ual price. It also toakra
Tsuifca and Pumiur.f r.il klana. Hm) for ratalosiic.
Factory: I2tb, Rockwell cad ritoire Elrcclii. CtJcaie.
r.iamlnallf.n mul Ad. Ice a to ratrntalilllty of
Invftitlim Sr.iilfiir' luv -itrira' Uuldr. or ll tn Oet
WHY DOH'T YCU BUY CORN?
JJnoDlf "im, eel) ) our rr0J1.cn ncl wrllo to n for
Inforntatlr it hiw to make bl,r ninnercii the pn.
rretltf In tl puirliaie ir corn oil ma vln- Infortria.
Ucnand Iwokoi uUtluu lUCE. C K. Ill HllXtS
to., Ml USH. SI., Ul.i!.,
CletiMcf atd Utut.liM th hair.
1'rotnuivt a laauriaut puvth.
Meter Fall to Jtcatore Gray
Hair to It Vouthmi Color.
Cum iralp dl c hair talhnz.
1-ull Husiness, Shorthand, l'eu Art
and Telegraph course. Oldest, Larjrest
nnd Hcst in Ncbrasku. Mudentu can
work for board, lleaulifnl Catalog free
F. F. ROOSE, Proo, Omarvi.
Iiy endIof for our whole aale
aod retail prlco Ut o( Dry
uockIii. detain?, uiot-crie.
Furniture, Clothluc, l'tauoi,
Mia. NotloiM. Jewelrv. Ladlei'
Uiilc, VuniUfalni; Qood,
SSftarallAWH BROS., OoiUa, Deb,
Omaha STOVE REPAIR Works
Nturei llfialr for 40,000 dlfTrrrutxtovea
unilrancfs, 1-J01 Iouslant.,linalia,fei
Tnlilnn Habit Cured In lft
Itaaddnjs. No tiny till rtircU.
1 DR, J. STEPHENS, LeSanon.Ohio.
OMAHA 2 189U.
Wlien writing to nilvertisers, kirjdly
mention ibis paper.
nsa CGrts viutfc ail lutTSiLS. ga
lug Uost Cougt byrup. Tatui Uoid. UsO fS
txl latiiue. i ld by Cnwtrtats. fyj
V. N. U
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