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xnos. j. o'KEEwrjc, mMUbw.
rnplllion is in need of a new depot.
Cedar Bnplds is suffering from n long
lege of diphthcrin.
Keith county has nbout 830,000 tied
up in broken banks.
Wolves tiro becoming very trouble
tomo in Grant county.
Tho women of Lexington nro waging
war against tobacco,
Alfalfa seeds Bells in eonfo parts of
tho sUto for SI a. bushel.
Commissioner Faught of Deuel coun
ty is very low with erysipelas.
Many farmers aro using corn for
fuel as it is chenpor than coal.
Evangelist Redding is battling with
tho hosts of sin at Wood River.
Nebraska City has & Bleating rink
with a floor of suro enough ice.
The Kearney charity association re
ports several cases of destitution.
It was 13 degrees below zoro at North
Flatte during tho recent cold snap.
The Boeno county "Blade, published
nt Albion, has raado its appearance.
In Nuckolls county tho ground is
frorcn to a depth of eighteen inches.
Dr. Hadlyof Cedar Bluffs is prepared
to givotho "Edlsoa" euro for consump
tion. At Alliance Thursday morning the
mercury registered 11 degrees below
Tho largo flouring mill nt Rushvillo
has been placed in tho hands of a re
ceiver. Several deaths from croup havo oc
curred over the stnto in tho past week
A Plattsmouthypung man of twenty
two married a young girl six years his
Tho North Bend flouring mill is run
ning night and day to keep up with its;
There is talk of organizing n stock
company to build an opera houso at
A mull carrier in Cherry county had
to abandon his routo on account of tho
Grand Island is preparing to survivo
the invasion of tho nowspaper hosts
Dodgo county treated tho inmates
of its poor farm to a special Thanks
Some little troublo has been experi
enced of late up at Willow Island from
York county farmers paid $9,000
more mortgageindebtedness last month
than they incurred.
The annual meeting of tho state
press association will bo held at Grand
Island January 14 and 15.
Polk county paid $331 for publishing
its tax list. Merrick paid S124 for all
official printing including tax list.
Way no is ono of tho few towns of any
size in the northwest part of tho btnte
that has not adopted n curfew law.
Mlko O'Neil, living near Julcsburg,
was thrown from a horse and so badly
injured the doctors say ho will die.
Thero is quito on epidemic of diph
theria in and around Milburn and a
number or fatalities have occurred.
Tho little son of George Rallies, liv
iug near Madison, got a bean iu his
windpipe nnd is not expected to live.
Four children of Louis Schultz of
Goge county wero down with pneu
monia at tho 6amo timo. No fatalities.
Dr. naywood Mardcsty, of Frontier
county, was lately adjudged insano
and sent to tho hospital for treatment.
Charlie McFaddcn took threo hogs to
St. Edward that were soventeen
months old and weighed 1,033 pounds.
Tho broom factory of John D. Syas
at Fairmont was burglarized one night
last week and about four dozen brooms
stolen. Entranco wbb gained by break
ing the lock of tho door.
Steel range fakirs are circulating in
Cedar County looking forsuckors to
whom tbey can sell steel ranges for
$00 that any reputablo hardware man
never thinks of asking moro than S10
a man suuject to epilepsy nau an
attack whtlo walking along tho right
of way near Dunbar, and lay uncon
scious all night. Ho was fatally chilled
when found. .
Hall county farmers aro not experi
encing any loss of their hogs from
cholera, which seems to prevail to an
alarming extent in some portions of
An enterprising Ponca man is pre
paring to build a dam on the creek
between Ponca and tho river for the
purpose of obtaining ice to supply
Ponca next summer.
A United States marshal arrested
farl Johnson nnd Nels Johnson in Nick
erson township. They were wantedfor
roDDing mo unitea states mall at a
little town in South Dakota.
The West Lincoln packing house
company will soon begin killing hogs,
and expect to run the plant with its
full complement of 100 men and at the
full capacity of 12,000 to 15,000 hogs
An interesting entertainment was
given to the veterans of the sol
diers' homo at Milford last Friday by
tho teachers and pupils of the Milford
fccbpols. The program consisted of
lining, recitations and marches.
IT IS NOT UNFAVORABLE
TROUBLE NOT PROBABLE.
Tho Spitnluli Stntciimnn Think the I'rc
ldcnt Mcmheo In Merely Calculated
to Arrest tho Itnpntlcnco of tho
dhigolit In This Country
nnil Thnt Nothing Will
t Mo Done. v
Mxnmn, Deo. 14. Senor Kmlllo Cas
tcllar, tho noted Spanish republican
leader, gives tho following statement
of his opinion of that part of President
Cleveland's message which rofcrs to
tho Cuban question: "I do not coivt
Bldcr tho President's messago unfavor
able, to Spain, becauso tho attitudo of
Mr. Clovclnnd reminds mo of that of
General Grant in 1873. only that Mr,
Cleveland reads harder lectures tt tho
insurgents and the jingo elements in
tho United States. His silenco on Cu
ban independence and his opposition
to recognition of bolligercncy shows
really honest, correct, statesmanlike
conduct. So does his official disposition
toward Spain. I portdst in believing
that tho moro reasonable, tho far
sighted clement of the American peo
ple, tho old Puritan stock, will give us
fair play. I approve tho temporizing
attitudo of Mr. Cleveland in the first
part of his lnecsage. 1 considor his re
ply to tho party resolution of tho
American congress last winter ns a
damper for the insurgents, In tho lat
ter part of the message undoubtedly
thoro are unpalatable declarations,
ugainst which all patriotic Spaniards
protest for instance, what he says
about tho sale of Cuba, the inaccurato
statements concerning the situation In
tho colony and tho conduct of our
forces and generals. But we must ills
tinguish In the latter part of the mes
sago between tho purely hypothetical
surmises as to what Amorica would
deem herself justified in doing if
Spain wore Impotent to crush the
insurrection promptly, and tho
friendly advice and suggestions vol
unteered by Mr. Clovclnnd when
ho recommends nnd oven otters to co
operate in obliging tho Cubnus to
accept autonomy or home rule, which
we ourselves offered them a largo in
stallment of in the law which tho
Cortes passed last year. We must bo
practical and understand that this
part of tho message is calculated
raorely to arrest tho impatience of tho
public in tho United Stutcs nnd to
check once for all any Euroucan power
attempting to interfere with tho pol
itics of tle new world. Mr. Cleveland
thus gains timo nnd allows us to expect
that ho will romaln friendly to the end
of his terra of office."
LIBERTY, MO., VIGILANTES.
Thieves Taken From Home
Whipped With Ropes.
LmEnxv, Mo., Dec. 14. At 11 o'clock
last night forty horsemen rodo to the
houses of J. J. Overstreotnnd 'Curloy"
Eggleston, near tho new cemetery,
took tho two to a pasture nearby and,
after tying them to a tree, severely
whippad them with pieces of rope.
The two had been stealing chickens,
harness and other things and had
served several jail sentences for such
offenses. They lived in a row of houses
near the Hannibal track.
A third man was warned to leave tho
commuuity. Tho vigilantes have been
very active recently, nnd appear to bo
determined to reform bad characters
or force them to leavo the community.
Lieutenant Qoicrnor-Klrct Harvey An'
nouttces rivo Committee Chiefs.
Topkka, Kan., Dec. 1 1. -Lieutenant
Governor-elect Harvey, president of
tho senate, caused surprise to-day by
making tho announcement of h s selec
tion of tho chairmen of five importunt
benato committeemen as follows: Ways
and means, ex-Governor L. D. Lcweil
ing of Wichita; judiciary, W. B. Cros
sen of Miami county; railroads, ex
Congrebsman W. A. Harris of Leaven
worth county; fees and salaries. H. G.
Jumper of Osage county; agriculture
nnd irrigation, L. P. King of Cowley
The Steel Trust Still Stands.
PITT5MTRO, Pa., Dec. 14. The Bes
semer Steel association of the United
States adjourned after a three days'
bcsslon when George S. Grlscom, the
secretary, gnvo out the following state
ment: "Qwing to conditions existing
in the iron nnd steel trade, no fixed
price has been arranged by the asso
ciation for billets, slabs and sheet bars,
covcrcij by the association. However,
tho association continues intact and
tho adjournment was taken with a
harmonious feeling existing among tho
A g Alabama Company Vails.
BliiMlNGUAU, Ala., Dec. 14. A bill
lias b?cn filed asking for a receiver for
thp Elyion company, the largest land
cone rn in Alabama. It controlled
'ovcr"S2,0ob,O00-worth of property in
and nronud Birmingham and lias 81,
700,000 bonds outstanding with the
beatsMu Trlcet Tu'xe a Fall.
Loxdon, Dec, 14. The first big heal
6kin sale of tho season occurred on
Wednesday. Although the offerings
were far below the usual number, be
ing duly" Ctf.ODO pelts, there was a great
decline, averaging 20 per cent, iu
prices The reason given for tills is
that the trade in America has not yet
recovered from tho turmoil of election.
American AVarahln at Havana.
Havasa. Dec. II, The United States
warship Newark arrived hero this
morning. Nothing can bo learned of
ber errand or whither she is bound.
OOV. SMITH IMPUGNED,
to-Clcrk ltnddlag Make Sensational
Statement About the Home Manager.
Wasiiixoto, Dec. 14. William I
Redding, an ininato of tho Hampton,
Va., Soldiers' home, who was the clerk
of Governor Smith of tho Leavenworth
homo from 1890 to 18N2, appeared to
day beforo tho llouso commlttco in
vestigating tho Leavenworth home nnd
testified that he drew tho contract
Svith tho Leslie Kceley institute, by
which cures of tho morphine nnd nlco
hol habits wero to bo ndminlstorcd to
the Inmates. By tho terms of the con
tract, 810 was to bo charged far the
cure of tho morphine habit and 88 for
the alcohol habit.
Redding sWorc that on one occasion
Governor Smith told hinl, when it was
suggested that tho telnporanco socie
ties should glvo him a medal for his
activity in pushing tho Kceley cure,
that he did not want a medal, what ho
Wanted was "tho 81,000." This wns
when negotiations with the institute
wero pending. He also testified thnt
Governor Smith raised tho sum charged
to Inmates for the administration of
tho euro to S20, although tho contract
price Wuh 88. lio sold that Governor
Smith took tho qure himself, and that
subsequently ho (Redding) saw Smith
under tho influence of liquor. Ho tes
tified that uovernor bnntli frequently
went to Excelsior Springs nnd re
mained for several days.
Redding testified to various minor
incidents tending to show Governor
Smith's arbitrary nnd oppressive treat
ment of the inmates. He attributed
his removal from a position ho held nt
tho Northwestern home to Governor
Smith's Influence. Ho was the only
DEATH FOR TRAIN ROBBERS
Governor Stono Speaks In Most I'oeltlto
Terms of tho Crime.
JKFKEnsox Cm', Mo., Dec. 14. Gov
ernor Stono tills afternoon offered a
reward of 8100 each for tho arrest and
conviction of tho persons connected
with tho attempted trntn robbery on
tho Iron Mountain road in fit. Louis
Wednesday night, and 3200 for each of
the robbers who might bo sentenced
Tho governor said of train robbery:
"In 1895 a law was enacted by the
legislature of this stato making train
robbing a capital offense. I heartily
endorsed tho enactment of this law.
Train robbing is u crime which greatly
endnngors human life, as it is accom
panied by circumstances of risk nnd
danger and is perpetrated by armed
and desperate men. It is usually
accompanied by actual violenco
done thoso in charge of trains
and express cars. But in addition
to the foregoing it is a erimo
which brings a stato Into public disre
pute greater than that of any other
crime in the calendar of which I havo
knowledge. Its frequent occurrence
will do incalculable harm to tho state.
It is a crimo that should bo broken up,
nnd 1 confess disappointment and im
patience that Juries do not deal with
criminals of this class with tho utmost
severity. Tho execution of a few of
theso highwaymen n punishment
always richly deserved would, in my
judgment, put an end to this descrip
tion of crimo in this state.
llalllngton Booth's "Joilel the Conatltir
tlon Stars nnd Stripes the Banner.
New Yohk, Dee. 14. Comraander-in
Chiof Ballington Booth nnd his staff
field officers of tho Volunteers of Amer
ica have draughted a constitution for
the organization, following the spirit
of tho constitution of tho United
States, removing entirely any semb
lance of autocratic power and avoiding
any possibility of theological discus
sion, the theological tenets being such
ns will be readily accepted by all evan
glelcal bodies with whom it is the desire
of tho Volunteers to co-operate in all
Christian work. The stnrs and stripes
has been adopted us the banner of tho
Ihe Proposed Army Appropriation.
Washington, Dec. H. Tho army
appropriation bill for tho fiscal year of
1809 has been completed by the Houso
military affairs committee, and Chair
man Hull expects to call it up early
next week. Tho amount isS23,122,400,
5150,000 less than for tho current year
and 8710,000 below the estimates, the
reduction being due to provision for
average instead of full legal strength
Tho principal reductions in estimates
aro in pay, subsistence and the quar
termaster's department. A provision
is embodied to turn over to the interior
department tho hospital at Hot
Ten Years Kacb for Eootpads.
Sauna, Kan., Dec. 14. Andrew
Johnson and Edward Manning havo
been sentenced to ten years each in
tho penitentiary for holding up threo
l)oys here last August, from whom they
secured S7. Johnson is said to have
served live years in tho Iowa peniten
tiary for burglary. He claims to bo a
printer of Kansas City. Manniug is
59 years old and is known to tho tramp
fraternity throughout the West as
f A Iteporter In Contempt.
FttANKKOiiT, Ky., Dec. 14. Frank G.
Robblns of Cincinnati, who bus been
here assisting E. G. Burkum of the
Times-Star in court of appeals work,
was arrested to-day for contempt of
court. It is claimed that ho clandes
tinely secured means for evesdropplng
in tho court's consultations and gave
out the decision in the Walling case
to the Times-Star over nn hour beforo
it was announced by the court.
Still Doubt Maceo's Death.
Key West, Flu., Dec 14. The story
of Maceo's death is still discredited by
the greater number of prominent Cu
bans here. Yet there uro u number
who fear it is true. All await tho ar
rival of the steamship from Havana to
day, however, beforo conceding it to
Thousands Starrlnrr Iu RutaU.
Lonoos, Dec. 14. An Odessa dis
patch to tho Daily News says thet
thero are reports thero of famine in the
Amur district of Bussla and that 10,000
people are starving there
RESOURCES OF ALABAMA.
Recited In tho Inaugural Address of
Governor Joseph F. Johnston was in
augurated governor of Alabama Dec. 1.
Beforo taking tho oath of office ho de
livered a long address, sounding tho
kcynoto of his administration, which
Is to promote tho development of Ala
bama's resources nnd Improvo tho con
dition of her people. Speaking of tho
resources of the state ho eald:
''With nn area of but llttlo moro than
fifty thousand squnro miles, thero Is no
torrltory of llko slzo in the known
world so prolific ih tho variety of its
resources; wero n wall erected around
our Btato, cutting off all access, wo
could produce within our borders
everything necessary for tho comfort
or convenience of man. Great veins
of iron ore nnd scama of coal put at
our command almost boundless re
sources In fuel, Iron, and steel. Splen
did forests of yellow plno hero stand
ready to build homes for millions of
people. Building stono nnd marblo,
fire clay, kaolin nnd llmo exist in great
abundance; walnut, maplo, oak, cherry,
ash and other hard woods await tho
hand of man for manufacture or tho
adornment of our homes. In tho pro
duction of pig Iron wo take rank as
tho fourth stato In tho union; in iron
ore, third; in coal wo stand fifth; in
tho production of cotton, fourth, and
In its manufacture, fourth. In lumber
wo aro near tho head of tho list. It
would bo unjust should I fnll to in
cludo In our minerals copper, lead,
graphite, marl and gold; indeed, tho
only mineral that we seem to bo with
out and to want most is silver. Leav
ing forest and mine and coming to our
fields we find that they produce gen
erously cotton, corn, wheat, rye, oatB,
tobacco, rlco and the grasses and hero
Is tho homo of tho pear, the peach, the
grape and all small fruits. Vegetables
are grown with great success, and this
Industry Is Btcadlly developing. Our
splendid rivero, tho Alabama, Coosa,
Tallapoosa, Warrior, Cahaba, Blgbco
and tho Tennessee, aro tho liquid ar
teries of the commonwealth, fed by In
numerable creeks, all fruitful in power
to convert our raw products into arti
cles of merchandise. Over 3,000 miles
of railroads traverse our stato from
north to south, and cast to west, fur
nishing quick transportation to market
for our products. When wo come to
our cllmnto wo find that the Giver of
all good tilings has not stayed His
hand, and that Ho has blessed us with
opportunity to labor twelve months In
the year without detriment to health or
comfort. Indeed, wo can scarcely ap
preciate the blessings we enjoy in tills
respect when compared with less fa
vored regions, for even now wo are
seemingly unconscious that roses aro
blooming in our gardens, and the fra
grant air Is sweet with their perfume.
With a profound gratitude to
tho God of our fathers, that our lots
havo been cast In this sunny land, let
us beseech Him to send warmth and
vitality and enduring growth into
every field of endeavor, that will mako
us strong to accomplish tho things that
mako a state loved at homo and re
Tho Shoe and Leather Reporter pub
lishes each week a list of shipments of
boots and shoes. Tho Issue of Novem
ber 20 shows a total for the preceding
week of 07,00.1 cases shipped; tho cor
responding week of last year showed
00,825 cases. Only five houses in tho
United States had a larger number of
eases shipped to them than did Bentley
& Olmsted of Dcs Moines, who had a
little moro than twlco ns many as all
the other dealers in Iowa.
LIVE STOCK AND TKODOUK JHAIlKKTS
Quotntlons I'rom Xcwr York, Chicago,
Loul', Omaha und hljowlicrc.
Putter Croamcry separator.. CO
lliittcr t'holco fancy country 1J
IRl?s 1'rosh -I
i rtilrlo chickens, uor doz 0 00
Ouull, per do 100
lied head and Mallard Ducks. 'A 0
(A 0 f0
6 1 50
('5 3 75
0 3 7r
tt 1 40
to 4 00
c'to mid Ducks
Lemons Choice Mcsslnas....
Honey rancy Wlilto.. ,
Onions, pnr bu
Ileaiih liuudplukod nvy .....
.meet I'ottitoes per bbl
Oranses 1'er box
liny Upland, per ton
Ainiles 1'cr bbl
, i ai
fcOUTll OMAHA bTOOK MARKET.
IIogb-Llght Mixed 3 20 0 a 31
Dors Heavy weights J is
Hcef-fctcors a i'
Hulls 1 ;o
Milkers and springers 25 0J
Mag : 00
SIuks 2 2J
it 3 25
dl 3 50
C4 3 15
6i 3 31
& 3 81
blockers nnd Feeders
Wheat No. 2 Spring
Corn l'cr bu
Oath 1'or bu
Cuttle Christ nuib buuvts......
Hogs Medium mixed
Mirep Lambs ,
fcheep Ycarlluea ,.
Wheat No. 1, lmrd....
Corn No. 2, ,
Outb No. 2,..:
Wheat Na 2 red, cash
Oats l'cr bu
Hoys Mixed packing
Cattlo Natlvo Milp'ng Steers.
Corn No.2 ,
Outs No. 2
Cuttle fctockcrs and feeders..
fcheep Lambs , ,.,,
5 3 IO
(ft fi HO
Ijulf Ilrooko Acquitted.
lEnnr, Okla., Dec. 10 Lady Brooke,
wife of Lord It. T. Brooke, who is said
to bo very wealth v, was accniltted hero
of perjury In the United State court
The trial lasted several days and wns
exciting from the first. Able counsel
wero employed on both sldos. Tho
casu grew out of hind coutest In tho
local lund oflice.
At the Same Old (Jaine.
JUseriEMJ, Mo., Dec 10. A farmer
named Springston. residing in Ozark
county fifty miles south of this place,
has just been buncoed and robbed of
5500 by the old green goods swindle.
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Creole Ulrls' Charming Kncllah.
"Tho creolo gentlewoman will charm
your car with an inimitable accent,but
her enunciation will bo clear and line,"
Writes Ruth MoEnerV Stuart in tho De
cember Ladles' Home Journal. Her
English, acquired at tho convent of
the Ursullno nuns, will havo n certain
stilted form and a bookish tlavor.whlch
you will quickly confess to bo an added
charm when you got it from her own
pretty lips, and in tho sonorous voice
of tho south. And it will have, too,
tho flavor of delicacy and refinement
Even though Bho may occasionally glvo
you a literal translation of a 1-rcnch
idiom, she will give It to you with a
naivete at once so piquant and so dig
nified, nnd In so fine a setting of fin
ished English, that you, if you aro a
man, will bo ready to crawl at her
llutr to Keep Wrinkles A war.
A simple preventive against tho
appearance of wrinkles Is this: Satu
rate a soft towel in very hot water,
wring it nnd apply it to tho face, keep
Intr it thero for at least twenty min
utes. Then dry tho face very gently.
This must be done just beforo going to
bed. When traveling, if tho skin is
verv sensitive, do not bathe tho faco
except at night and in tho morning,
and then throw a few drops of tincture ,
or benzoin into too water, eo mat. n
may be made soft and agreeable to the
skin. Ladies' Homo Journal.
Thero nre knaves now and then met rlth
who represent cor aln loenl ulttors and pol
onous stimuli ns Identical with or possess
Insr properties akin to He Blotters Momach
Hitters. Theo scamps only succeed In
folstlnit tholrtrnsby compounds upon noo
plo unncnniilnted with tho Rcntllno. article,
which Is ns much their opposite lis day Is to
nlRht. Ask and take no substitute for tho
Brand remedy for mnlarln, dyspepsia, con
stipation, rhoumatlsm and kidney trouble.
Power of tho Camera.
a Aiancncsicr piioiograpner
that ho recently took a photograph of
a child who was apparently In good
health and had a clear skin. The neg
ative showed tho faco to be thickly
covered with nn eruption. Three days
afterward tho child was covered with
spots due to prickly heat. Tho camera
had seen and photographed the erup
tion three days before It appeared. It
is said that another case of a similar
kind is recorded, where a child showed
spots on his portrait, that wero invisi
ble on his face n fortnight previous to
an attack of small-pox.
Cnascs of Dcuth.
Prof. Sncllison 6ays Hint not only 900
persons in 1,000,000, nccordlng to medi
cal authority, die from old age, while
1,200 succumb to gout,lS,400 to measles,
0,7C0 to apoplexy, 7.0C0 to erysipelas,
7,.ri00 to consumption, 48,000 to scarlet
fever, 2.r,030 to whooping cough, 30,000
to typhoid and typhus, and 7,000 to
rheumatism. The averages vary ac
cording to locality, but these are con
sidered accurate as regards the popula
tion of the globe as a whole.
Catarrh Cannot bn Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, ns they
cannot roach tho seat of tho disease. U
turrh Is n blood or constitutional disease,
nnd In order to euro It juu must tako In
ternal tcmodlo3. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is
taken Inti riuilly nnd acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure Is not a (intick medicine. It
was prescribed by ono ot tlio best phy
sicians In this country for years, and Is
a recular prcscilpllon. It Is composed of
tho best tonics known, combined nlth tho
Lost blood purifiers, acting directly on the
mucous surfaces. Tlio peifect combina
tion of tho two Ingredients Is what pto
du es huch wonderful results In curing
Catarrh. Sond for testimonial, free.
F. J. CHENKY . CO.. 1'iops, Toledo, O.
t-old by drucglsts. i rice 75c.
Hall'o I'amlly 1111-, aro the bet.
"Why, sir," said tho gold standard
man, who was letting tho leak in his
cellar go at full tilt while ho talked
finance with tho plumber, "it is a most
unreasonable proposition. Wo might
just as well take that lead pipe of yours
and coin it."
"Hold on, mister," tho plumber ex
claimed. "Don't say the rest of it.
Don't let such an idea get started. The
thought of takiug anythiug
as valuable as that lead pipe an' turn
ing it into plain ordinary money, mnkes
mo shiver with horror." Washington
FITS itoprtd free unit permanfMly cured. Nofltt
nflcr first dny t us of Or. Kline's (J rent Ncn e
Itestorer. Kr i! trial totUnd trtli
fctiu! to Pa Km MW1 Arch ft., I'hllftdrlphlA, r.
.Tumping at Concluilnn.
Tlio Minister "Ilrother Brown, I
hear jou attended tho theatre this
week. 1 cannot tell you how dceph
pained 1 am to hear this."
rown-I5ut I thought yon didn't
object to the theatre on principle mat
you merely condemned tho objection
The Minister "That, alas, is just it!
This must have been a particularly dis
reputable performance. Why, I urn
told that they had the 'Standing ltoom
Only' sign out every night!"
She You may say what you will, I
think you will find that women are
less wicked than men. I expect thnt
heaven will be inhabited principally by
He Very likely. Tho men.of course,
will be found in tho smoking room bo
low. Boston Transcript.
SPRAINS $ St.
5 it and
: 11 $mN
1 ttl jr
TO CUKG A COLD IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxative Brotno Qulntno Tablots, AH
Druggists refund tho Inoncy It It tails to cure, sa
Tho natlvo home of wheat is suprosed to
Le tho mountain rogion of Armenia.
Returns to tho heart or tho victim bound in tho
'lialns or rheumatism, dyspepsia, scrorula. ca
tarrh, when tho blood Is enriched and purified by
Tlio Ono Truo Wood Purifier. AHDrnrglats.f I
Hood's Fills &eXnTK
aro tho beet afterdincet
Old Jackson What you rldo back
Cuffeo So I won't have to turn
ro'ind when I cum back.
With a better understanding of tho
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort In
the knowledge, that bo many forms of
sickness aro not duo to any uctual dis
ease, but simply to n constipated condi
tion of the avstem, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is (lie only
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. , Its beneficial
effects aro duo to the fuct, that it is the
ono remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating tho
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, In order to get its bene
ficial effect:, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and Bold by
all reputable druggists.
If in tho enjoyment of good hcnlth,
and tho system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies nrc then not needed. If
nflllctcd with any actual disease, one
may bo commended to tho most skillful
phi-sicians, but If in need of a laxative,
one should havo the best, and with tho
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
WOEV1M3HOOD IS &
Mirroring women l.ow to guard aga nsl danger
ous surgical operations and quack treatment
Hie American Association of Physicians
fassod a resolution to dt. tribute, a HI lie
ooti on tcmalo fllteas-s. "Womanhood" ex
plains all dl'eae nnd Irregularities peculiar
to woman and giUs the best methods of bome
treatment. Sent free for stamp to pay postage.
Address Kleanor Kendall,
tie North 25th St.,bouth Omaha. Neb
DflDT DIIDWI0 lUrlne httn In tbe product
HUUI I Ull 10 limbic" " rcsri, m well c
nuBtstrdwtth the urantlof the
tradcsconitqurntljr can obtain
I nutter. Kec. Poui in miking r
( n"ct Jhi ?.
tne niRiicu price . Am prompt
in tnaklug; returm, and reipon-
rcncei: Any oani
PENSIONS, PATENTS, CLAIMS.
JOHNW. MORRIS, WASHINBTOH. 0. C.
Liu rrlaslpil Exualntr O. 8. Ftniloa Burtaa,
3 J il. la hut war, 13 adjudicating cltiml, sttjr. tWn.
DrKay's Lung Balm &sssfrdgg&
W. N. U., OMAHA-51-1806
When writing to advertisers, kindly
mention this paper.
l!URfft"rtllf!F ill FlSf FAil S
Beit Couch Birup. TasUaOood. Ceo I
latlme. Bold et drontuta.
JaCObS Oil the foil. Use
promptly feel the cure.
but that is something sure.
fllrl UliU'r wi 9 IL'" m k '
it your own baby or your neighbor's I
tnat drove sweet sleep away? If s all un
necessary. Caxcarets Candv Cathartic
the taste, mild but effective, stoo sour
stomach and colic in babies, and make papa's !
t:... i..,r. 4n. fs,. !..ti. i I
wns. uu uutaimcs ana puruy nts j
fl CASCARETS JP
1 hey perfume the breath and make thingi all right alt"
around. At your druggist's 10c, 25c, 50c. or mailed
for price. Address
8TERLINO REMEDY COMPANY, CHtOAOO 0 NEW YORK,
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