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A new bank Is to be opened at Crete
About the 1st of August.
Kustis is beginning to put on airs.
It lins a colored boot black.
Fred Anderson, nine miles from Os
ceola, wnB killed by a kick from one. of
York people are having their annual
discussion over the question of build
ing an opera house.
The opera house at Syracuse was
purchased by a man who will convert
it Into a livery rttablc.
Kenrnoy, David City, nnd Inuumcr
nble other Nebraska towns, will have
celebrations on the Fourth.
Three prisoners were sentenced to
terms in the penitentiary by Judge
JHurslmll at i'remont last week.
(Sen. Manager Uoldrege of thu llur
lingtou has announced these appoint
ments: W. W. Johnson, coinmerelal
tigent at Rentrlec; II. II. Segur, general
ngent at Hillings; II. L. Lewis general
ngent nt Atchison.
Tramps arc so numerous hcrcobouts
of lute, says a West Point dispatch, as
to be veritable nuisances. A couple of
little girls were assaulted In town one
day tho foro part of the week, but the
villains could not be Identified.
Tho little son of Coltimbus Thrash of
Columbus drank a quantity of spavin
liniment, and would have died but for
tho energy of the mother in drenching
the llttlo fellow with milk, eggs uml
other antidotes to corrosive poison.
Safe blowers visited Fairbury. The
Iloughtktn & McDowell mill was en
tered and the safe blown open, but
nothing of any value was taken. Tins
hardware store of John Trice was bur
glarized of a large amount of cutlery.
The old settlors of Palmyra and vi
cinity will hold their annual picnic on
Thursday, Juno 10. In the morning
Judge Samuel 1'. Davidson of Tecum
uoh will deliver the address, and in tho
afternoon Judge Ilayward will do tho
Ex-Congressman Kein, who has been
in Colorado since his term In congress
pired, returned eto ltrokcn How
lost week to attend thu graduation of
Ids daughter. Ho Is arranging affairs
preparatory to removing permanently
Tho 12-year old son of II. M. Wicd
inan, a stockman near Chnppell, while
herding cattle, tied the rope about his
body, and his horse, becoming fright
ened, dragged him till his clothing wa
nearly ull torn off. Ills Injuries will
doubtless prove fatal.
The transcript and petition in error
in the case of tho Y. M. C. A. of Oma
ha against Douglas county have been
filed In the supreme court. Jn this
case tho Y. M. C. A. people seek to
be relieved from the payment of taxes
levied upon their bulldnig by Douglas
county, sotting up Unit under the law
it should be exempted.
A well-to-do man at McCool Junc
tion waa solicited by an agent of a
harvester company to give his order
for a binder only for the purpose of
giving tlie ngent his name in assisting
him to make sales. This farmer has
just been notified by the company of
the receipt of his order. Ho Is now
wondering how he cun get out of tak
ing tho harvester.
Thu Stanton Picket has discovered
the causo of tho death of tho imported
JXexns "razor back" boss. It was lice!
llcc of tho regular Texas varlet, a
cms between an alligator and a mud
turtlr. -1. Stuuton county hogs,o af
fected were treated to an immersion of
coal oil without biblical ceremonies
and they are coming out all right rftcr
Ignatz llenner filed a complaint with
the clerk of court at West Point, alleg
ing his belief that Philip llrandstettcr,
who lives In liismarck township, is a
lit subject for the hospital for thu in
sane. Sheriff Phillips went out to tho
insane man's home to servo the war
rant. Ho had become quite demon
strative In his manner, nnd as ho is the
father of several small children, it was
feared he might do violence to them.
A distressing accident occurred at
the tow mill of tho Fremont hemp
company, which cost Peter Iveson his
Tight arm. Iveson works with tho
night shift, and operates one of the
machines. While feeding into the ma
chine it was necessary to push the tow
into tne rollers, anil it is supposed that
Iveson shoved the tow with his hand
and turned to get more when Ills hand
got caught in thu machine and was so
badly injured that amputation becatnu
The clerk of the supreme court last
week approved a bond for the appear
ance of K. S. Whitney, tho county
treasurer of Harlan county, who is un
der conviction for embezzlement of
public funds. The amount of the
bond as fixed by the court is S8.000,
and is to secure Ills obedlencu to the or
der of the supremo court if the appeal
goes against him. Whitney had been
in the penitentiary several days, hav
ing commenced to servo his sentence,
lie was rcleabed when the bond was
The following data, covering a period
of twenty-two years, lias been com
piled from the weather bureau records
at North Platte for the month of June:
Mean or normal temperature, 08 de
grees; warmest month, lhSl, averugo
71 degrees; coldest month, ISSI, 04 de
grees; lijghcst temperature, 101 de
grees, June 25, 1870; lowest tempera
ture, 33 degrees, June 3. 1870; average
date on which first "killing'' frost oc
curred In autumn, September 111;
average dato last "killing" frost in
spring. May 3.
An accident occurred on the street
nt Wilcox resulting In the death of
Clyde, tho 10-year-old son of A. A. Cox.
A U'ttm of horses hitched to a wagou
being used by the boy became unman
ageable and ran away, throwing him
in such a manner as to cause injuries
which brought death within un hour.
The bcvcnth annual teachers' insti
tute for Cheyenne county will bo held
In Sidney Juno 14 to .."."
An ex-otlicer warns Norfolk mer
chants to keen a sharp eyo on the caali
taken in within the next few days. A
man arrived in that city recently
"whom lie recognized as a very sharp
counterfeiter aud skovcr of the Queer.
THE TARIFF Bill DEBATE.
DEMOCRATS DISAGREE ON
DOES NOT SUIT MR. JONES
Tli Arknnia Senator Argue Acaltut
the lint cw In tlis Senate Mill Mr.
Voit Makea Homo Sharp lt-
mnrk Alont; Same. I.lno
Mr. Ilncon of (leorRln
Wabhinoton, June 7. On tho open
ing of the Senate to-day the consider
ation of tho tariff bill was resumed.
Tho first paragraph of the wood sched
ule, rotating to hewn timber, etc, was
agreed to at M conts per cubic foot
When tho paragraph relating to
sawed boards, planks, deals, etc., was
reached, .Mr. Jones of Arkansas
spoke of an additional tax on lum
ber, referring to tho heavy burden It
imposed on tho people of tho West
Ho said the rates of tho bill were the
result of a systematic effort by tho
lumbermen, and In this connec
tion read a letter from tho National
Lumber convention, urging that peti
tions to Senators and members be pre
pared, bearing tho names of working
men. This, Mr. Jones declared, was
tho moans by which tho high rates
wore being urged.
Mr. Vest said thcro was not a singlo
Item in the bill so utterly Indefensible
as that Increasing tho rato on white
pine, taking It from the frco list and
plnclng It at 3-' per 1,000 feet, and mak
ing tho duty absolutely prohibitory on
Mr. Bacon, Democrat, of Georgia,
made a vigorous response to the at
tack by Mr. Vest ou tho lumber sched
ule, especially tho white pine rates.
Mr. Hacon said the averago rato of tho
schedulo was only 20 per cent, and
that he would support it
NO RESULTS LIKELY.
America's Monetary Commlailoner, Not
Speaking French, Are Handicapped.
Pa ins, Juno 7. In spite of tho cor
diality which tho United States
monetary commission has been re
ceiving on all sides In France, it is
not believed that anything practical
is to bo accomplished here. Much
had been made of the utteranco of M
Mclin, tho French premier, at last
week's banquet, but he carefully
pointed out that he spoko in his name
and not in behalf of the government of
France. It is also known that ho has
declared Franco would not take the
initiative until certain that Great Brit
ain would take part In the movement.
Unfortunately for their usefulness
In Franco, at least two out of the
American commissioners do not speak
a word of French. Tho awkwardness
of this was shown at tho banquet,
when tho American visitors could not
respond to the toasts.
On Adjourning IUInolt I.egUIatorThrov
Uatketi and Itrcak Deika.
Spkinofjkld, 111., June 7. When
the Legislature adjourned sine die at
4 o'clock this morning, the house
of representatives was In an uproar.
Paper balls, pasteboard boxes, books
and even market baskets were
used ut tho gamo of pitch nnd toss. A
couple of members broko the tops of
their desks and with pieces pounded
the remnants. Whilo nil this was
going on Charles Ii Selby, who was in
the chair, complained of tho undigni
fied conduct of n couplo of members
who had put on their hats.
Votes on many bills wore recorded,
and nobody but tho clerk knew how.
Bills were passed, and nobody but tho
speaker and the clerk knew the bills
by number, to say nothing of knowing
their contents. The Senate was
equally disorderly, and personal en
counters wero narrowly averted In
A FIRE IN KANSAS' PRISON.
rlaiue In tho State Penitentiary Cnuae
n Damage of 80,000.
Laxbino, Kan., Juno 7. Fire orig
inated in the tobacco room of the Kan
sas state penitentiary at 0:15 o'clock
last night An alarm was sounded
and nearly every able bodied citizen
of Lansing turned out to assist. War
den Harry Landls had 100 trusties re
leased to fight the (lames.
The noise and the general excite
ment about tho prison caused tho con
victs lu their cells to yell for fully an
hour. The prisouors were, however,
at no time in danger.
Tho loss is alout SC.fiOO, of which
S1.000 is on the building and S.1.000 on
clothing and other material. There is
SCRUGGS BOUND OVER
The St. Louis Merchant to Ansuror to
the Grand .fury for SinucKllng.
Nkw Youk, June 7. -Tho second
hearing before I'nltod States Commis
sioner Shields In the examination of
charges of smuggling against Richard
M. Scruggs, the St. Louis dry goods
merchant, aud E. S. Luugiiorn, also of
St Louis, was held to-day. The ac
cused was hohl for the grand jury.
Mr. Scruggs was greatly agitated at
the result. Th- uhl bonds were renewed.
BULLET PROOF CLOTH.
Tito Invention of n Chicago l'rlett Sac
ceil fully llestH 44-Cnllber Mullet.
Chicago, June 7. With tho dead
body of a woman for a turgct, the bul
let proof cloth invented by Caslmlr
Zcglcn, n cloistered brother of the or
der of Resurrectionists, was tested
last evening nt the Chicago college ot
dentnl surgery In the presence of n
number of professors, army officers
and citizens interested in tho science
of bodily armor. Tho test was con
ducted under tho supervision of Lieu
tenant Stanislaus dc Korwtn Sarneclil
of the Austrian army.
A 44-callbcr Colt's revolver was first
put Into practice, after the upper por
tion of tho body hnd boon Incased in
tho alleged impenetrable: cloth. Thlrtv
shots failed to pierce tho cloth, fired
nt a distance of from three to fifteen
A 38-callbcr revolver was then
brought into use, aud the representa
tive of tho inventor demonstrated that
it was impossible to penctrato tho
tcxturo with such a missile.
Wlillo the cloth or outer portion of
the armor had been disfigured only
slightly an examination later by Dr.
Leon C. Borland revealed tho fact that
two of the ribs on the right sldu of tho
body had been shattered by tho forco
of the bullet coming in contact with
tho cloth. Asido from the bruises In
those parts of the body in which the
bullet carao in direct contact, thcro
was no Indication that tho bullet had
been directed against it
Major Smith Says tho Irmurgont
I In Good Condition.
Washington, Juno 7. Captain W.
D. Smith of the Cuban army spent con
siderable time again yesterday with
the Senate comraltteo on foreign rela
tions. In a brief interview he said:
"Tho Cuban army is now in better
condition to resist the Spaniards and
to maintain tho fight for independence
than it lias been since the beginning
of tho wnr. General Gomez has
a well disciplined army of about
00,000 men who arc determined to
hold out until their efforts shall be
crowned with victory. Our soldiers
are rapidly procuring arms, and every
day serves to out them ou a better
footing In this respect Our troops
enjoy a vast advantage over the Span
iards, in that they arc not injuriously
affected by the climate. 1 may say
that I have not seen a case of yel
low fever or smallpox among tho
Cuban soldiers slnco I have been
on tho island, and that I have
not been sick a day myself. Further
more, we have no difficulty in feeding
our troops. In the portion of the
country iu which the Cuban troops arc
in control, the provisions aro protect
ed, and we draw our supplies from
this source. Our commissary is, there
fore, regularly renewed and our sup
plies are received In quantities quite
sufficient to meet all our wants."
In reply to a question, Captain Smith
said: "All talk about uutonomy and of
Spanish reforms for Cuba is so much
breath wasted There is not n man in
tho Cuban army who will agree to ac
cept anything short of absolute inde
A Large Number ot Consul mid .in Ac
algtunt Attorney General Nominated.
Washington, June 7. Tho Presi
dent to-day sent the following
nominuttvns to thu ' Scualer Har
old S. VnnBurcn of New Jersey,
to be consul at Nice, France; Carl
Bailoy Hurst of tho District of Colum
bia, now consul at Prague, to be con
sul general at Vienna, Austria; Henry
II. Morgan of Louisiana, to be consul
at Horgcn, Switzerland; William W.
Canada of Indiana, to be consul at
Vera Cruz, Mexico.
Justice Louis A. Pradt of Wiscon
sin, to bo Asslstnnl Attorney General.
Interior Stephen J. Weeks of Neb
raska to be register of the land office
at O'Neill, Neb.
Satvatlon Army I.as Slurries an Indian.
Atchison, Kan., June 7. Red Eagle,
a full blooded Indian, belonged to tho
Salvation Army and traveled about
giving lectures of his experiences. He
met Captain Anderson, a woman
officer of the Atchison corps, and an
attachment sprang up between them.
They informed their superior officers
that they wanted to marry, but ob
jection was made. They married In
spite of their superiors and have since
left the army and joined the Volun
teers. Canadian at the .Jubilee.
Nkw Yoiik. June 0. Sir Wilfred
Laurior, premier ot Canada, sailed for
England to-day upon thu Lucanla to
take part in tho queen's jubilee. He
was accompanied by his wlfo and by
Captain 11. Allan Bate, the military
attache. In the sane party was Sir
Henry Strong, chief justice of Canada,
who. after the jubilee, will represent
tho Canndlau government In tho privy
council. Sir Henri hns been twenty
seven years in public life.
Auierlrnn Ulaliop. Leave tor the .Inbllee.
Nkw Vomc, June 7. Five American
bishops of the Episcopal church, Un
derwood Dudley of Kentucky, Wor
thington of Nebraska, Leonard of
Ohio, Perry of Iowa and Vincent of
Southern Ohio, accompanied by their
wives and some by families, sailed on
the Lucanla to-day to take part in
(juecn Victoria's jubileo and attend thu
Lambeth eougross. Six American
bishops sailed last week.
Torrlll to Itnnialii In Prison.
Toi'KKA, Kan., Juno 7. Tho su
preme court denied tho writ of habeas
corpus applied for by Ira Torrlll, an
Oklahoma prisoner, confined in the
Ournn Itrgenl Warned AgaliMt IVeyler.
Maiihip, Juno 7. The Corrcspon
dcucia says Marshal Martinez, do
Campos has advised tho queen regent
against retaining General Wcyler as
captain general of Cuba.
WILL ACCEPT AMELL
THE SULTAN FINDS HE
JIU Maniiieral Ip to the. Concrecatlonal
Clinrch Bntlifnctorlly Explained to
Turk I lit Government by the State
Department What the So I
Objection Are Withdrawn.
Washington, Juno 3. Tho sultan of
Turkey is said to have withdrawn his
objection to tho appointment of James
B. Angcll as minister of the United
States at Constantinople. Official
word to this effect was received by
cable by Secretary Sherman from Min
Since the receipt of tho first news
that tho sultan did not look favorably
upon Dr. Angoll's selection by the
state department, ho has been In com
munication with Mustapha Bey, the
Turkish minister at Washington, and
with Minister Terrell. As President
McKlnley appointed Dr. Angell only
after much deliberation and on ac
count of his signul fitness for the post
at Constantinople, ho was particularly
desirous that tho cancellation of the
nomination should not bo made neces
sary. While every country has the un
questioned right to refuse to rccolvo a
minister accredited by another coun
try, and while it Is unusual for the
country appointing tho minister to
protest against any objection which is
raised, Dr. Angell's ease is an excep
tional one. It is one in which objec
tion was offered not upon facts, but
upon erroneous information, and Sec
retary Sherman felt wnrranted, under
tho circumstances, in opening a cor
respondence with tho Turkish govern
ment As stated, he communicated with
Mustapha Bey and Minister Terrell.
Tho correspondanca between Secre
tary Sherman and Mustapha Bey and
Minister Tcrrill has developed the
fact that the sultan objected to Dr.
Angell's coming to Constantinople,
chiefly on the ground that he was a
member of the Congregntlonal church.
Minister Terrell has Informed Secre
tary Sherman that the sultan had
been advised that tilts denomination
was Jesuitical in character and that
Dr. Angell would be over-zealous in
spreading the doctrine of his church
Secretary Sherman did not delay In
having tho truth presented to the
Turkish government Tho fact that
Dr. Angell was a member of the Con
gregational church was not important
It was important, however, that the
sultan should learn that the church
was not a secret order; one whoso ob
jects differed essentially from those ol
other Christian denominations in this
Minister Terrell was instructed by
Secretary Sherman to put tho facts
before the sultan nnd to assure him in
a polite way that tho United States
would not accredit Turkey with a dip
lomatic representative who would be
objectionable for any such reasons.
Mr. Terrell carefully carried out his
instructions and conveyed tho intelli
gence that the Congregational church
was merely ono of many worthy relig
ious denominations of this! country,
and that while Dr. Angcll had been
prominent In educational matters foi
a.nn!"ber of yvar", thcro was no good
reason why ho should not be accepted
as minister to Turkey.
From this nnd other information im
parted by Mr. Terrell It becamo ap
parent to tho sultan that he had been
misinformed. Ho accordingly with
drew his objections and cabled the fact
to Secretary Sherman. Dr. Angcll had
arranged to start for Constantinople
last Saturday, but tho correspondence
with the Turkish government made a
change in his plans necessary. There
is no further reason for delay and the
doctor will probably sail next Satur
day. WEYLER'S LATEST ORDER.
Extreme War Measure Applied Now to
the Province In Kaatern Cuba.
Havana. Juno 3. A decree issued
by Captain General Wcyler, dated
Saneti Spirltus. May 27, was published
Here to-day. lie announces the ap
proaching commencement of military
operations in tho eastern part of the
Island of Cuba, and orders the en
forcement of tho provisions of his
decree of January Iu the provinces of
Puerto l'rincipu and Santa Clara, the
organization of cultivation ones, the
closing of stores in unfortified towns,
the concentration of tho country
people, and the destruction of all re
sources which arc undefended, as was
done in the other provinces. The
captain general gives the people of
those two provinces onu month in
which to comply with tho terms of
the decree, to begin on the date of the
publication of tho decree in the vat-lout-districts
ot those provinces.
(nod Kurplu for May.
Yaniuxiitox, June 3. The compai
tire statement of the government re
felpls and expenditures during May
bows that the total receipts wero
H9,707,:i0.t, and the expenditures 520,
lM,3.V.t, leaving the surplus for the
month. S08S.1S1. Tho statement for
Mzy, 1S0G, showed a deficit of 83.782,-
Dcmorratlo Candidate Klectcil tu Con
crrm In the Klrtt Mlunurl HUtrlct.
Sr. Lot' is, Juno 3. A special con
gressional election was held in tho
first Missouri district yesterday to
elect a congressman to succeed Rich
ard Giles, who died last winter. Ks
tlmatcs based upon returns reeelvud
up to midnight indicate Lloyd (Hem.)
elected over Clark (Rep.) by a plural
ity of ,1,00a The total vote east is
about 80 per cent of that east last
November. Lloyd carried Hannibal,
Clark's home, by 241 plurality, a Dem
ocratic gain of -0d over tho November
A PLEA FOR WOOL.
Montana' Senator Tnlk for Tito Sottd
Hour on the Subject.
Washington, Juno 5. Senator Man
tlu addressed tho Senate for two hoars
to-day upon tho subject of wool He
declared that by reason of tho enor
mous Importations In anticipation of
the enactment of tho tariff law tho
wool grower would not receive much
benefit from a protective tariff for
four years to come.
Ho asserted that whenever a tariff
low Is to be enacted tho powerful
manufacturing Interests of tho coun
try, with their compact and effectivo
organizations, aro always upon the
ground pressing their claims, while
tho farmers and wool growers and pro
ducers of raw materials generally are
an Isolated and scattered class and
wero thus lacking In effective organi
zation. The tariff bill as it passed the
House and as now amended by the
Senate, he said, utterly failed to moet
tli expectations of tho wool growers
and Is regarded by them largely os a
repudiation of the Republican pledge
of "ample protection for wool."
He asserted that the McKlnley law
had not afforded tho necessary pro
tection to tho wool growers and quoted
statistics to prove, the assertion. The
senator quoted Senator Aldrich's state
ment that tho proposed senate rates
would give from 10 to 20 per cent more
protection to the wool growers than
It had ever received under any former
tariff, and produced statistics to show
that the proposed rates wero much
lower instead of being higher.
Referring to the large Importation
of cheap Chinese nnd other wool pro
duced by like cheap labor, and which
comes into competition with American
grown wools nt such rates of duty
which, Mr. Mantle said, afford no pro
tection whatever, ho inquired if this
policy was not quite as hurtful to the
American wool grower as Chinese
cheap labor to tlio Industrial wage
earners of the country.
"If the laborer himself comes," he
said, "lie may perhaps be induced to
co-operato with our own laborers for
the protection of labor Interests; ho
can be talked to and reasoned with, but
the American wago earner cannot
argue with a box of cheap foreign
merchandise, neither can tho Ameri
can farmer argue with a bale of cheap
RESPITE FOR DURRANT.
The California Murderer Not to Hang
for at Leant Six Month.
San Fuancisco, June r.. The attor
neys for Theodora Durrant again ap
peared before Judge Gilbert, in the
United States circuit court, yesterday
and applied for a writ of supersedeas
for tho purpose of staying the execu
tion of tho sentence, but this was de
nied by the court. An application for
leave to appeal from this decision to
the supreme court of the United States
was then granted. Although it is an
open question whether, in viaw of tho
denial of the writ of supersedeas, the
order of the court acts as a stny of
proceedings, Attorney General Fitz
gerald wired to Warden Hale to taku
no action In the premises, pending the
As the United States supreme court
does not meet again until October
next, this virtually means a respite
for six months at least
GAGE AND ECKELS TALK.
Dots Danker Addrei tho Hanker'
oelatlon of Maryland.
Cumiikui.AND, Md., Juno 5. The
Maryland Bankers' association held its
final session yesterday, and the exer
cises were concluded with a banquet,
at which Secretary of the Treasury
Lyman J. Gage and Comptroller of
the Currency James 11. Eckels wero
the principal speakers.
Mr. Gage said: "Referonco was
made here tills evening to my recent
address; in Cincinnati. Let mu repeat
hero the substance of the conclusion
of that address. Tho prophecy made
then will be fulfilled. The promiso I
am certain will bo kept The prophecy
was that both bodies of Congress would
soon put through an adequate tariff
bill, and the promiso was that the
administration would be faithful to
the task of putting the currency of
tho country on a sound, enduring and
TVlre Tapper Caught.
Dknvkii, Col., June 5. Two men
giving their names as Charles Moran
and U. M. Sumincrtleld. aged, respect
ively, 23 and 2(5 years, who have been
posing as expert electricians in tho
employ of the Western Kleotrio com
pany of New York, wero arrested yes
terday on a charge of wire tapping
and swindling the pool rooms ot this
and many other cities. Their rooms
iu thu Burke block were raided and
one of tho most complete and expen
sive outfits for wire tapping ever seen
was found. The men say they would
not havo taken 320,000 for their bus
iness during tho Overland races which
begin next Saturday.
Given 88,000 for the l.oii or an Arm.
Olatiik. Kan.. June .'i. William M.
Forkner of Argentine, Kan., obtained
judgment for 8S.000 in the district
court of this county to-tiny against the
Atch.son, Topcka .t Santa Fc Railway
company for the loss of his loft arm
at North Ottawa, Kan., last July,
while acting as liremn for tho com
pany. REV. J. D. KNOX ACQUITTED
The Preacher-Hunker Vniiud Not tlgllty
of Charge. Afjatnil Hlui.
St. JosKr-H, Mo., June The eccle
siastical trial of Rev. John D. Knox of
Topeka, Kan., on charges of hypocrisy
and fraud, was concluded here last
nipht and resulted in acquittal. Mr.
Knox uppearA to have been sustained
on every point which he set up in his
defense. The finding of the Manhat
tan trial was declared to be unjust.
He will return to Topeka ut onco and
make a strong fight for appointment
m consul to. Mexic
An lire to Itulnr.
'I was directed to you as tho loading
huckster of thio county," said Mr.
Stormlngton Barnes. i
"That's what I am," was tho reply1.
"An by watching tho corners closelV I
have built up a business In eggs and
vegetables that I'm proud of."
"Of course. Thcro nro varieties of
greatness. Just as I am a great actor
you aro a great huckster. I wish to
offer you an opportunity for an in
vestment that Is right In your line."
" 'Taln't In a show ticket, then."
"Of course not. I want to know how
much you will pay mo for tho sweop-ing-up
privileges after my perform
ance to-morrow night." Washington
More than KM) kinds of wlnu are
made In Australia.
Ilall'a Catarrh Cura
Is taken internally. Prico, 75c.
Irish and French Canadians consti
tutes 70 per cent of tho foreign popula
tion of New England.
Coe' Const! TInWnni
I the oldfft ami Ixtt. It will break up a cold quicker
than anything eltc It la always rnllaule. Try It.
The United States acreage in grain
is greater than, the entire acreage of
tho German empire.
To Cure Constipation Forerer.
Tnlto Cascarcts Cnndv Cathartic. lOo orSSo..
It C. C. C. (all to cure, drucclsts refund money.
Greek wines nearly all turn to vine
gar in summer.
Because the nerves aro
weak and easily excited
and the body is in a
feverish and unhealthy condition. Nerves
aro fed and nourished by puro, rich blood.
Hood's Sarsaparllla gives sweet, refresh
ing sleep becauso it purifies and enriches
tho blood and builds up the system.
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Darilla Is tho best In fact tho One Truo mood Purifier.
HrkrHc QJllc euro nnuwi.lndIgestron,
IIOOU b fUIS biliousness. Mcents.
of Hires Rootbccr
on a sweltering hot
day is highly essen
tial to comfort and
health. It cools the
blood, reduces your
should be in every
home, in every
office, in every work
shop. A temperance
drink, more health
ful than ice water, .
more delightful and
satisfying than any
other ocvcioge pro
Mtdoulrbj lit Chutct K.
rrrn..rMfo1'lrMi. A pel.
" If business
would not be
cles to go
Aj Stmditdof the World, .fc
lr $100 to all alike, rf
HARTFOMS, Heit Beit. J60, S5, S0, MS.
Catabrui frit rem POPE MFC. CO.
LetuHioia dealers ;
by mail far 2-c. ttamf.
HARtrOnD, CONN. fc
Tim craving fnr drink Is a dlneaso. a tinrvellouf
cure for which lias betn discovered called "Antl
Jbl'." which makrs tbo Inebriate lo&e oil taste for
sironc dnok without knowlnK why, a It can tw
Clvni secretly In tea, coffee, non? and the like.
If "Antl-Jg" hmotkept by your rtruirulst send
one dollar to the Kenova, Chemical Co.. ui Ilroart
way, New York, and It will be aent poatpald, In
plain wrapper, with full directions how to cive
ecrttly. Information mailed Irec.
EARN A BICYCLE
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Uakt. UiwDumw. (ttotl.
new jiieu uraae to moatif,
I fully iruanuitecd, III to !.
i.yperiai uiraring aoie.
linlp anywhere on approval.
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MEAD & rnr.NTISS, Chicago, 111.
"Wcef-crn "Wheel "Works,
Cfl CACO It I IN on
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nontscv mew discovery: .-it
mJ . f al C UHk relief and cure worat
raw bend for book of mtiDionlaUand I O day a'
treatment .free, vr. u.n.umjpi'Jmag.Uau.i.
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