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of the Age.
DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS.,
Has discovered in one of our common
pasture weeds a remedy that cures everv
kind of Humor, from the worst ScrofuU
down to a common Pimple.
He lus tried it inocr eleven hundred
cases, and neer failed except in two cases
(both thunder humor). He has now in his
possession over two hundred certificates
of its value, all within twenty miles of
Boston. Send postal card for book.
A benefit is always experienced fiom
A the lirst bottle, and A perfect cure is war
ranted when the i iglit quantity is taken.
) wnen me lungs are anectea it causes
snooting pains, like needles passing
through them: the same with the Liver
or Bowels. This is caused by the ducts
being stopped, and always disappears in a
week after taking it. Read the label.
If the stomach is foul or bilious it will
ouse squeamish feelings at lirst.
ro cnangc ol met ever necessary. Eat
best you can net. and enough of it
Lvise, one tablespoonful in water af bed-
isoiu oy an Druggists.
i No i
SnVmtn ?.'.." 01.0,t -'o-.,l0,s half tlio srortd'j
wntuwmrt.. i tiVhtt jtwtr. it Tr.rSi5SrbSJS
..5ci-. niiu ruppups in rooos and repa re
,-mvu.uimu it 1-4. u niiuaoro luruibli a
rut: wtmt.ns i:Ani.ii:T imhato.
That's Salter's Krtrllest, fit for use In
28 days. Snlzer'a now Into tomato,
Champion of the World, Is pronounced
the heaviest ylelder In the world, nmt
wc challenge you to produco Its oqualt
10 ncres to Salzer's Karllest Potatoes
yield 4000 buMtels, Hold in June at $1.00
a bushel $4000. That pays. A word
to the wise. etc.
.on If you "111 nit Mil out ni,, truil
It with 10c postago you will got, freo,
10 pacKitRCs grains nnd grasses, In
cluding Teosintc, LHthyrus, Sand
Vetch, Glnnt Spurry, Giant Glovcr.etc.,
nnd our mammoth seed catalogue, w.u.
t'tirca for u Cold.
Sit so that the back Is near the lire
and stay there until It is thoroughly
Soak the feet in mustard water as
hot as can be endured.
Drink u ulnss of hot water and Scotch
whiskey, then jump into bed and have
blankets heaped vition yon.
If the cold bepins with u chill start
immediately to drink hot lemonade.
licit of Alt
To cleanse the system In a gentle and
truly beneficial manner, when the
(Springtime comes, use the true and per
fect remedy, Syvup or Figs. One bottle
will answer for nil tho family and costs
only CO cents; the lnrge size $1. Buy
the genuine. Manufactured by the Cal
ifornia Klir Kvrilti r'ntntiimv ntilv nnil
Oeaml, Mmi. u iltamzcd afipr. I i. ..... .. .
' "Oninpli'tliiii Windmill. IIIIIiik ii uihi". n (jowl ilciil in Hlillltj to Uonuv-
nna Fltl',1 Nfcl Ta..-.,., o.n. n. . I 4lih.fr .ll
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Mt .1... . ... . ' .. 7 . "... I.i.lim ."fill . -..-- . ... n. v....bi-(- , irilir ,,,,- ,1 , I 1 f,1
or thon article that it will fiirnWi until You -111 nmt It In tMc-i-cl )imr cxpci'tnil ti? in
utiliiituilJs. nnil lu.my Ills adieu ami noakiieswi.
jjt..,.1:.. ."."". "" "' "" iunnn I
Knirinn i..i- .v"r. v.:""' .?.. " ?"
fcj.. ii.i n I .'.' vu"13- "na tor catalogue.
fuiarji Jlto. ItodtweU end Fillmore strttts, Chlcaji
SMOKE YOUR MFAT viru
WffigBg LIQUID ' EXTRACfJFsHDKE
W. N. U., OMAHA 12-1800." "
JiVheti writing to advertisers, kindly
iiieiitiun iin.s paper.
Ti no lovo often iis.es most shocking grnm
u j in-.
ln I ii la nol rnnilutlte t plenaticr,
e'lwcia It wIiimi iirralniMil lir mrns 11 mli rconiv
w.ii I'li'a-e you fur,lt rviiRves tlicm piTfi-cilr.
The sif-lit of n rut nll'eets a I,oy ami u dog
in nliout tliu snine vmi.
.Nrr llt'Miiri'i'. Jmi I- Itiuflrr tin- Il-t.i o.i ( 'o nn-.
JhirM'li.uioiiri. TrcatlM'siml t'Jtrmlliuiil-fi.'. t .
'I here K hoi for nnyhoily who is willing
Big as a Barn Door
For 5 cents you get almost as
much "Battle Ax" as you do of
other high grade goods for 1 0 cents.
Before the days of "Battle Ax"
consumers paid 10 cents for same
quality. Now, "Battle Ax"
Highest Grade, 5 cents. That's
. 4th PRIZE S01TEST . . I
Sdiiib Tttnrljr Hint Upon nn
Tlnthlng is tt very Itnportnnt dally
duty, necotdlnB to the St. Louts l'ost
IMspateh, yet few people Know how to
take a bath to get tho most good out of
It. There are certain things that add
to tho comfort of tt bath which should
not be missing front a well-appointed
bath room. Kvery bath room should
have a cork or rubber mat beside the
tub. Woolen mats absorb moisture and
become dingy and unhygienic. Kvery
bath room should ltavo attached to tho
wall beside the rub. low enough to be
accessible, two suinll wire trays; one
to hold the sponge and the other tho
onp lit the Intervals of bathing, when
these articles are not In active use.
Kvery bath mom should contain n set of
shelves on which should be kept hoap,
tooth powder, a can or almond meal, a
jar of cold cream, a bottle of ammonia,
a bottle of alcohol, n bottle of lavendar
or violet water, a bottle of listerine and
a bottle of witch hazel. Of course, the
woman vho indulges In lotions and
bleaches will keep them also. If medi
cine Is kept In the bath room it should
not be mixed indiscriminately with tho
toilet preparations but should have a
section to Itself.
The brushes which very woman needs
for her bath are a llesli brush for occa
sional use, a rubber complexion brush
and a nail brush. Some skins are kept
smooth by friction: others mo tough
ened. It will, therefoie. be the part of
wisdom not to indulge In continual
bcrubbing until one discovers which
Fort of skin one has. Cold water in not
cleansing. It is bracing; It Is harden
ing and It helps to make the skin
linn, but it Is not cleansing. The shock
of cold water application closes tho
pores at once and they tetaln all tho
Impurities which they should cast out.
So that the woman who wishes to be
clean must wash in warm water every
day and use her cold water sponge only
as a skin tonic. When one is fatigued
a sponge bath with warm water and
alcohol will restore one's strength and
vigor. When one is not well a thorough
rubbing down with oil is an excellent
OF REAL LIFE.
(Ilrl Anne from the Crave to
I.l Mirny ltuimv Vrr.
One night in lSOl a little girl about
one year old was deposited on the steps
of the foundling hospltul at Drest. Sho
was dressed with much finery and a note
attached to her skirts told that her
name was Solange and that she would
he reclaimed by her father, says an ex
change. Tho claim was never made,
however, and in due time the child was
transferred tu the orphan asylum to bo
educated. As she grew up she de
veloped a most extraordinary beauty;
but her Intellect appeared to be very
weak and she suffered from frequent
nervous fits. When she was twelve
years old she was sent out into tho
streets to sell flowers, and her beauty
and her modesty attracted many peo
ple's good will; hut she grew weaker
nnd weaker, and at last die died, or at
least It was thought so. According to
French custom, sho was burled In an
open basket, and. as It was winter and
the soil was frozen, she was laid into
the grave covered only with n thin layer
of sand. During the night she awoke,
and. pushing the sand away, crept out
from the grave. Not. exactly under
standing what had taken place, she was
not so very much frichtfiw.ii- i.m i,.
crossing the glacis between the ceme
tery and the fortifications sho was sud
denly stopped by tho cry: "Qui ive?"
and. as she did not answer, the Fcntinel
tired and she fell to the ground. Brought
Into the guardhouse, her wound was
found to be very slight and she hoon re
covered. IJut her singular hlstorv anil
silso her great beauty had made so deep
an Itnpresbloit on a young lieutenant
of the garrison Kramer that lie de
termined to bo her protector and Gent
ber to one of tho most fashionable edu
cational establishments In Paris. Dur
ing the next few years Kramer was
much tosEcd about by the war; but
when in 1818 he returned to Paris ho
found Solange a full-grown woman, not
only beautiful but accomplished and
spirited, with no more trace of intel
lectual weakness or nervous fits. He
married her and for heveral years tho
couple lived happily in Paris.
1st Prize. Kimball Piano. "Style 3.".
2d Prize. Bicycle, for man or woman
3d Prize. Cash
10 Cash Prizes, each $25
10 Cash Prizes, each $10
60 Cash Prizes, each $2
OTIio Itrst prlifl llt lie given to tltn iiorann
$1.195 00 W
...it. vuu.iriii'iH me loiicent
en ton to lu Boil KiirIIhIi rniilalnlug no l-tlr of tint itliiliubrt uioro tlimi lUri.. 9
'linen. l("otiirreiiii'rtoueever)rlttfrrt!tiililiHbrt. TliothrrurlHI 4
Co In regular orttcr to iIiomo competitor! whim vvutuiir- urn next in leuctli !k
Every competitor whose i-cnuuice renrlios twenty-tun letters will rtvelvo iVimmir W
cove-red volume eotitaliiliiK twelve of WllkieCoUlna'iiaiflt.uliettHThu vrlnsa iirUo 0
orjiot- llitsroiitcstcloes April li, 1S'J. The prize wlnuerh will li announced one 2
wei'UJnter and tliu winning nuiucnces published Irieasn twunriuorn nririwln-
nliis benteiu't-s nro of the baino Jcwrth preference will Imj Riven to the bent one a
hauh .competitor must construct Ms own sentence, and no person will tie allowed i
to enter this contest more than onco. Sentence uinuot be -orre-td or substituted m
uimjc .tlicy nro received. Residents of Omaha are not permitted u compete,
alroetly or indirectly. .im,i.
RULES FOR THE SENTENQE-No Other Furnished.)
TbtJcngili of a enteuco is to be measured hy the number of letters It contains
t iw letter can be used or counted more than three tlmex. No word except "a"
-l-eau bo used more than once. Tho sentence must coniNt of comnlelo words.
ii uciiiins, uw.t must not oe used The pronoun
pted as eouipleto words. Proper nouns caunot
tlcate by tlsuio at tho end of bis sentenco how
or -lM can
SIkdh, BKiircs. abbreviations or contractions, eto., must not be used
"I" miI lin iiktliiln i" m I I I Iwi t. n..nt.. .... ... . ...t . ..
l.....7r,7v'..,V'i...'......'..l,r.,", n? ,ieio worus. miner nouns caunot
many letters it contains.
.i This rcniaiUubly liberal offer Is made by the Wkekly Woui.o-HEiiALO.of which
the dUtiosulshtd ex-congicssmuu.
WILLIAM J. BRYAN, is Editor.
and it Is required that eaeli eonnietlnz sentence bo enclnsed with nnn rfnii. tn.
, tycar'aiiubBcripllon. The VVeeklv Woui.u-IJkkami Is issued In semi-weekly sec-
,-fii a"., 1,e"co '? ."ie:,Tlys C0JKl .! Ua,ly ,l '! J.lie western champluu of free
fTJilver coiuuuiuid the leading family newspaper of Nebraska.
Weekly World-Herald, Omaha. Neb.
FIRST contest closed February SH. 1H)3.
BECOND contest closet May &), lS'J
THIRD conte.t closed February 13. 1SU0.
Winner of Knabu I'lano In tlilrd contest was I) D. I.Ijjht, Tient 'n Mo
WiHiierol '?tiiui-tili prlio In same contest v?as Mrs Mary l..l).inbar Oarriso'n.Neb.
. . " . ' - " - I" " "" - -- w... ...t-tiiij.v'll ..
f vr BrsisT&rorwMrQr&rS0r&-u-Q'vtj&
'Hid r.ulllon of l'orlui;i,l.
Portugal ia a weak nation atid selilom
considered in speaking of tho powera
of JJurope. hut kIio Ih In a position now
to bo of gteat Importance in the contro
versy between England and Germany.
The only Beaport through which Gor
man forces can go to the assistance of
the Transvaal Is on Delagoa bay, which
belongs to Portugal, and if that power
refusou to assent Delagoa bay cannot
le used for hostile ptirpobcs without
making war against Portugal. The sit
uation 1 awkward for Germany. If Por
tugal skies with England, us reported,
for who cannot give tho Uotra the en
couragement of a military demonstra
tion without committing an act of war
against a power with which she has no
quarrel; hut it Is still worse for Portu
gal, who llnds herself between two Ures,
and In a fair way to be burned which
ever way she turns. Philadelphia
hoiiiollilnir to I'uudrr r.
The sailing tonnage of all countries
fell off 100,000 tons last year, us com
pared with 189t. IJut there was au in
crease of about 824,000 tons in steam
tonnage -a very significant sign of tho
, times. England leads In ship building,
1 as a matter of course. Indeed, GS. per
cent of tho now tonnage launched'dtir
Ing the yoar was acquired by her, al
though there was a falling off In the to
tal credited to her, as compared with
the showing for 1S95. Nearly 20 per
cent of tho English output went to for- ,
els?n countries and mor than one
fiuth Wf ' k iivM; hir.it!
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward i
for any ease of catarrh that cannot he
cured by Hall'n itnrrh Cure.
T J. CHK.S'IJY & CO.. Toledo. O.
We. the untfi-rftiKueil. hnve Known V. ,
J. Cheney for thr lnit IB year?, and h-1
llevc him perfe -tly hoiiornhle In nil .
buslne tranu. tlon, nnd llnunclnlly ,
utile to carry uut any obllKivtlmm made
by their tit in. i
WA1.D1NO. KIVN'AN ,t MAUVIN.
AVholesrtlr rnugglntJi, Tollo, Ohio.
Hall's Cntnrth Cut i ttiKett Internal
ly, nctinjc illrectly upon the blood and i
mucous HUifncen of the ny.tetn. Trstl
inonlnlfl sftit flee. Pilce. 75c per battle. I
Hold by all (linguist.
Halls Family IMllc. '.5c.
Ulmt It VV n Mini.
Every boy and jjirl has doubtless
hennl of the ifieal coinnnset' Handel.
Here is a little story told of hint and of
Dr. Maurice tlreun, a musician whose
compositions were never remarkably
tine. It seems ho hud sent, a solo an
them to Handel for his opinion, and
Handel invited him to take break fust,
anil he vvoultl suy what he thought, of
it After coll'ee Green's patience be
came exhausted, nnd he said:
"Well, sir, what tio you think of it'.'"'
"Oil, your anthem! " Ah, 1 did t'lnlc
tint it wanted ttir."
"Air!" cried (itccn.
"Yes. sir; nnil so I did linnir it out of
do vindovv." replied Handel. Harpers
vni:iti: did you titer this toi'int:?
Had the Ladles' Aid Society of our
Church out for tea, forty of theni, nnd
nil pronounced the Gerninn ColTeeberry
equal to Rio! Salzer's catalogue tells
you all nliout It! :i' packages Earliest
vegetable seeds $1.00 post paid.
If von will rut ibis out nnil kpiiiI
with inc. fitampH to John A. Sulzer Seed
Co.. La CroMo, Win., you will get free n
package of above great coffee seed ami
our 14b pago catalogue! Catalogue alone
Thr Ui Old Ciiiuird.
"Dear me," said Maude, "there has
bacn a dreadful lot of talk In the finan
cial articles u bt in t a gold ritiff. What
tio you suppose thev nre driving at,'.'"
"Oh, I don't know," replied Manilo,
in a weary tone. "1 yttosN it's Just some
more of thi silly joking about, entrttgo-
tiients. - Washington Mar.
Don't lie Ton l.ntn for the simmer. ,
A ml don't omit w lieu vniinrepitcKliiaiiiijoiii'
elfeclH vrt'imrutory for the uko hi In
clutlH Hinoiu tliettt a supply of lliHii-ltcr's '
'louiitcli Itltlcr. tlioeii'iil temetlv for sea '
ti liies. 'I'nivflerM tot plt'ttMiii' or busl-!
tiess si oMim torelxu (ilim'. tit ln Iim v
luoti. Ii slt'iiiul.oat or train, bcu'dcs yatcli
men Mini lnaihii i, tcstlf) to tint iimikmIIhI :
ami preventive t'ltlciiey of the lititeis.nhU'h
Istni-oiiiimralilc for iuiustti. hcatliiclie, tlvt
pepsttt. filllltiiisiicsM, tbiMiiiiatlsiii. iiious.
and Mtlue) tioiible.
If it itirl is l.uilt rltht hIiu doesn't need n
gnrti'i' to st op her stix klups up. I
Mi rrr.ttnt-ritiivt Cm tins, Hmti: Thiuht.
etc, should ho constiintly supplictl vxltli!
"brown's Uroiiihiiil 'Irothet." Avoid linl-l
An liimglimi; blujisliig is only part of n '
hlosslnj. " i
I'lso's Cine for Consumption 1ms saved i
Hie large doctor hills -C L. Hn.er, AtH .
lteReut .Sj . I'lii ndelphlii. I'd., Do;- i, Ui
lien von lire to lliniic ucsiiu'ele.e It
II the Unity Is Cuttliifr Teotti.
tpsiun utiilu.r tlistulil nrl vi'll trlfit IritttslT, M'.
Uissiu's8ootiiiu I inil' furl'lilMnnTttlMnc
tlillll his Vittillis
" A Word
Tho so.tBon ia Spring,
Spring whou you call ou
your body for nil it m
ory, nnd tux it to tho
limit of arforl. Does tt
miHwoi' yoa whoa you
cull? Dooy it creep un
willingly to work? U'b
tho natural offoot of tho
wiisto of winttn. So much
for tho aonson. Now for
tho word. If you would
oat heartily, nluep
soundly, work ottaily, and
feci liko a now boiiitf,
Cupid pt'iiiiii.us more
lire ub'e to pei'i'nriil.
'i55tj Wi' Thompson's Eye Water.
If you VMiut ti .ood tei'viiut ulrl
l ii ii urn (i ii.
Coh' Coui;h llntunm
J ll.r nhlit iiml tift. 11 w III liic.ik iiii ,i folu ytilclt.
-rti,ac uiiittittiicvlw. HKalunja reliable. Tirlu
Why is it vvcMilvvuv'M believe that we urn
live a little iiioiicv nut month f
All About Western t'nriii I.hihIh.
The "Corn Hell" is the name of an
illustrated monthly newspaper pub
lished by the Chieii(.'o. Itu'rllnton .V
Quiney 1!. It It aims to jrlve informa
tion in an inlercstiiif,' way about the
farm lainis of the west. .Viiil I'.-i cents
in postage stamps to the "Corn Melt."
'-'Oil Atltims St., Chicago, and the ptijier
will be sent to your address for one
Nn iiiiiii'h ereetl is comi:cte vvhM) 'dot's
not tie -Jin e u I o.il'1 in hiuifo.t.
Still f.UIni; Ann J l'rlen.
The novol iri7e contests of tho
Omaha World-Herald still continue
The last ono closed February first and
tliu prioH have been awarded.
The new prizocoutest justnnnounced
in our advertising columns is to see
who can construct the longest jood
sentence in English without usiti'' any
letter more than thieti times. As usual
the first prize is asr.no.OO jiano, tliis
time a Kimball, ami live or si.; bundled
dollars in easli prizes follow:
Of course the object of the Weekly
Worltl-lieniltl is to secure new subscri
bers for their popular and newsy
This is the third bijf contest of the
kind which the World-llernld has had
to boom circulation anil Editor Hryan's
paper, which champions the chum- of
free silver, must be spending; a t;00
deal of it in prizes.
All thiiiffs tome to him vilio knows when
not to wait.
I rce lo " Coiiiruile."
The latest photographs of the lion. I.
X. Walker, coinmantler-in-chief of the
tirainl Army of the Republic. Write to
I'. II. Lord, tjiiincy liuildinp. I liicnoo.
and you will receive one free.
t THE Km CURE OVER ALL FOR
U U df Tl
U 1 V M
1 Dicvcie C
Before buying a bicycle said to be "just as mfi
gooa as a voiumoia it is wen to compare the i
prices at which the machines sell second-hand.
The second-hand price of Columbias often
equals or exceeds the NEW price of the "just-as-good."
If you look a year ahead, there is wise economy in
m "wl I
POPE MFG. COMPANY 9Jt The lunJal Art CiUlogu: evt 4
- i rin j tt . S5 kutd telu oi CoIumbUi. You exn st- ,e
9rnJSSS i..el0n:S' curt 'w bycaUtng onUic Columbia I
HARTFORD, CONN. Ccnli by nuil for two 2-cnl ttunpi
STANDARD OF THE WORLD
Made by Walter Baker & Co., Ltd.,
Dorchester, Mass., has Leen cele
brated for more than a century as
a nutritious, delicious, and flesh-
l& forming beverage. Sold by gro
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wiinwiimiiii iii ii i ii in a ii an 1 1 umii mi
$1,000 FOR THE ONE WHO GUESSES BEST!
chanter, the purpose liclnn to Ivo CASH I'KI7.i:s to those rjau.srs ot
TIIK I'llICAUO KKCOKU viho bhould bn ahlo tohoheUteniystoryi
or ctimo nenrevt to n correct soltitltm of it, IN ADVANCB ot tho puh-
ni-uiiun ui me jasi cnapior in llio paper.
A YEAR AGO THE CHICAGO EECORD oirere.l $30,000
f hi i ush prizes to authors for the best Muile of mystery.'' 'i'ho
norlCHwero so callctl liueauso It wan reuulrcd that a myntory
homo; run throufh tho entire story uml hi- dlselosea only In the last
ii awaku wi- AUlllOKb' PIU7.ES HAS JUST UHCN HADO.
or Irru"4 Z1sTriln'iUru:Zf WOrMif ,,,e """I"' f 8'6' WerC ,nter", '" ,he C-"P''""''. Twelve C..I, VrUcs weraolf.reU
lorineUMttwelvtstorlcB. 1 lie first prle was $,o,ooo, nnd was won Ly Harry Stlllwell ITUvvards. ol .Macon, fla. Ill story Utntitledt
" SONS AND FATHERS,"
A VFl ITC DlilM lfi'riiu tint ..!.. ... .... .
AND ITS llULICATION WILL UUUIN IN TI1IJ CIIICAOO HI-COUI)
ON MAKCM S3, nnd continue In uhoui thirty dally iustallmetits until
roinpl. t.-tl. SOV, A.S'I Kvl'lllIHS " it, ucyontl all question TIIIJ
aWHAT STORV OP TIIIJ VL'AK. There vrlll Do an Interval of a
we. K t.r more Oeiween tho publication of tho last Installment con
ta.n.t.f the explanation of the niyMiry and the Immediately preccd
Inif chapter, durlm; which period the t'uescs will bt received by
To still further promoto popular Interest In this remarkublc story
TMU CHICAGO k'l-COKl) offers 410.000 In fcW cash prlies for the 8S9
ruohscH which hhall como tho nearest to belns; truo and complete solu
tion:! of the, mystery lu tho fctory.
THE $10,000 IS OI VIDEO S FOLLOWS:
To tin rentier from ivltuiu TJIK HIXOUl) receltm
the uiOHt eoiiiptete unit correct Hiilntloii in nil IIm di
tails ot the emir.. iiOKtery or the utiiry, lis It xliitll
lie illneloheil III llielast cluipter vv lieu iiubllihetl
1'or tlin kfcoml Ueht xolutiou
J'or the third liest koliitlon
for the lourtli lickt kiiliillon
I or the next fi niarc.t het golutiotm, SIflO each ....
Kor tint next 10 ueurekt liet holtitlons, BO end
1'iir tin next ( neurekt het Molutlinm, :JJ each
For the next BO neiirent best iutloiin, ao each
J'or the next ailtl nrurent het nolutioiu, 10 each
1'or the lien ftllO ueureiit bent Miilutl.w.. n ......i.
III all Ht) prUtu, uiiiiiuutlui: to SIO.OOO
THE GHlGnGO RECORD ?!$&
tokUUmeut of a blub-i-rkdo aerial tory la a featuii, InUndedto iuectallr
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