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Of Intrrrst to Women, llcciumo In This
Citao Thoy Procfcritcit I'ruin nn All
mrnt IVcullnr tn tho Sex.
Vrom tho Herald I)nmocrat, Huron, S. D.
A few yenrs since, .1. W. Kelloy camo to
"Huron, South Dakotn, from Osceola, Iowa,
antl purchased an interest in the Huron
City Mill, an Immense structure, having a
capacity of 200 barrels of Hour per day.
Soon after his arrival Air. Kullcy's family
removed hero and sonW montns later they
v?ero Joined by their son Elmer nnd family,
lie having purchased an interest in tho con-
cem, ana tho Arm bccatiio known as J. W.
Kellcy & Bon. Sinco their arrival thoy
liavo built up an immciuo trado for their
patent roller flower, nnd ahlp many carloads
every month to eastern and other mnrltots.
Wlion they camo to Huron, Mrs. J. W.
Kelloy was in very dollcuto health and tho
clianco of cllmato and conditions seemed to
benefit her. But tho relief proved only
temporary, however, for after a few months
residence hero she, lapsed Into tho same in
firm physical condition that had been her
lot for then nearly twenty years. Her ail
ments vrcro thoso peculiar to women, and
which women alono can best understand.
In addition to theso troubles Mrs. Kellcy
was a sufferer from acute sick headncho.
This would eomo upon her at intervals of
about two weeks, continuing for two, three
or four days, much of tho timo compo llnj?
her to keep to her bed. Hccauso 1 1 her
affliction sho was quite unablo to do her
housework, visit her neighbors or attend
.church. Tills worried her greatly, for sho
is a devout Christian nud lives according
to her profession. As llov. B. II. Burtt,
, pastor of tho Congregational Church, tp-
Wlliuu .urs. ivuili-.y uuiuiiHS, Bum ui nut uuu
evening at tho closo of son ice:
"Mrs. Kellcy is indeed a truo mother in
Israel; she is conscientious and earnest,
faithful and devoteda Christian In tlio
itrucst sense of tho term."
In replying to inquiries touching her caso
Mrs. Kelloy said:
"1 am sixty years of ago, and was born In
Now York state, where 1 lived for fourteen
years, then removed with my parents to
Michizan, living there about tho same num
ber of years, then went to Iowa, remaining
there till wo camo- hero four years ago or
more. 1 ha vo been troubled with weaknesses
peculiar to my sex for tho past twenty-five
years. During that timo my husband has
expended a largo amount of money feeing
physicians and buying remedies, but 1 found
littlo relict Physicians told me tho womb
was badlv disarranged and no permanent
relief could bo afToidcd till tho change of
llfo had fully taken place. In this thoy,
like myself, wcro disappointed. To add to
iy other troubles n headncho, painfully
sickening would como upon mo about every
two wet Us. I became qulto discouraged
nud for a time ceased doctoring almost en
tirely: I had lost faith in tho science of
medicine, both of the old school nnd now,
.and cared to expend no more money in that
"About a year ago my son read in some
ncwspiper an advertisement of Dr. Wil
liams' Tink Pills, and urged mo to try them.
I hesitated becauso 1 had tried so many
patent medicines without securing tho
much sought and long hoped for roller, mil
ho insisted so strongly that I finally do-
cided to give them a trial. Almost from
tho first 1 experienced relief, and after
using the first box a change for tho hotter
was so apparent that I took courage and
continued to use them strictly according to
directions, until a short timo since. 1 am
s-o much better, as any one can soe. that 1
have gradually discontinued their use I
take them now, but not regularly. 1 am a
firm bclievor in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,
and have no hesitancy in recommonding
them to any who may be similarly afflicted
as myself. What thoy havo done for mo
thev will do for others."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain, in a
condensed form, all tho olements necessary
to give new life and richness to tho blcod and
restore shattered nerves. They are an un
failing si't'cifio for such diseases as locomotor
.ataxia, partial paralysis. St Vitus' dance,
sciatica, ncuialgia, rheumatism, nervous
hcudachc, tho alter effeetsof la grippe, pal
pitation of the heart, palo and sallow com
plexions, all forms of weakness either In
mnlo or female. Piulc Pills are sold by all
dealers, or will bo sent post paid on receipt
of price, 50 cents a box, or six boxes for
tpiM (thoy nro never sold in bulk or by the
100), by addressing Dr. Williams' Mcdlcluo
Company. Schenectady, N. Y.
.No Mvlo 'I here.
Littlo Miss Brickrow Wo'ro livin'
"In a vory Btylish' and xjaoIuoho board
Uttio Miss Backcourt Huh! You
can't make anybody beliovo that.
Little Miss Brickrow Why not?
Littlo Miss Backcourt YouYo too
iltoaullful Stones to Ito Seen nt the
Every day in tho week and every
hour in the day one can see crowds
.around tho show windows of TH13
CHICAGO DIAMOND PALACE. The
cause of it all is the now widely known
Whito Topaz. Tho White Topaz, or
.carbonated diamonds, havo come to he
lecognizcd as the nearest thing on
earth to genulno diamonds, so near In-
.deed Is it that the proprietors of tho
DIAMOND PALACE do not hesitate to
place real diamonds In their windows
amidst their display of White Topaz,
.and allow the public to pick them out
.at the selling price of tho Topaz.
The latter stones havo all tho lovely
brilliancy of the diamonds, sparkling
.-steadily and with wonderful fire. Tho
thousands of these stones in the wln
dows forms one of the most gorgeous
.displays and has proven an attraction
which is one of tho features of Chi
.cago. In order to find out the advertising
medium best suited to their hti3lnes3,
this enterprising concern offers to send
.n genuine Whito Ttfyaz to all those
who will cut out and send them tholr
advertisement, which appears else-
whero in this paper, together with -!5c
THE DIAMOND PALACE, like all
successful Institutions, has many imi
tators, who endeavor to sell cheap
l'hinestoncs and other pastes claiming
they are topaz. Wo caution tho pub
lic to ho careful, as THE DIAMOND
PALACE, Amorlcan Express building,
Chicago, arc the solo importers of these
Old I'lilimis Sttmrt'a TUtilng 1'sirty.
IMiinoas Stuart of Livingston county,
Llleh.. has just celebrtod the 103d an
rivorsary of his birth by giving a fish
ing party, at which ho himself was
1 It-o's Curo or Consumption is the best
of nil tough mro. (Seorco W, lAitz, l'a
I tidier, La., August 20. Ibl'S.
Everybody like, fun, but no one ha
much of it.
To Cure Constipation Forever,
Tnlio Cawurots Candy
It C C. C. fail to crxe. dr
r Cathartic, too or so.
rucL-lsts refund money.
NO MORE JUDGES YET.
COURT PASSES UPON THE CON
The State' Jtiiltclnl Tribunal Declares
that Tlicy WcraXot Atliiptril -A Mrs
Jorlljr cif All tho Vote lteiulrd
Only Tlirco lurice-
The Constitutional Amendments.
Tho supreme court has decided that
Iho constitutional amendment Increas
ing the number of judges of the court,
from three to live was not adopted at
the election last fall. This decision
was handed down Thursday before the
court ndjourned for the s'ittitu. The
question was raised in a banking ense
from Johnson county and the court has
passed upon it, holding that a majority
of all votes cast at tho i section on uny
proposition is necessary for adoption
of a constitutional ninondment. Tho
court rendered practically the same
opinion in the suit instituted by W. .1.
Bryan to prevent the city of Lincoln
from issuing gold bonds. '
The question of adoption of the con
stitutional amendment was raised by
attorneys in the case of tho Tecumseh
National Bunk vs. Anna it. Saunders,
error iroip Johnson county, on a mo-
t'Arf ffitr ft tnrtlwiti trtttrtr TL. j(,tuit.itn
iVM ll.JIVUlllli LliU -i ill 1 11 UL' ?
gave several reasons for asking a re
hearing. One reason that the case
was reversed by the action of two
judges, Chief Justice Post and Judge
Harrison joining in an opinion for re
versal nnd Judge Norval for alllrmancc.
The attorneys alleged that before tho
court rendered nn opinion a constitu
tional amendment increasing the milli
ner of judges to live was adopted by
a vote of the people and therefore two
judges of the court could not render
an opinion for the court, the neces
sary majority of the court being lack
ing. The court has overruled the motion
for a rehearing, Commissioner Ityan
writing the opinion. Judge Norval
dissents, but concurs in that part of
the opinion relating to the constitu
tional question. All members of the
court and the commissioners concur in
that part of the decision nnd in Judge
Norval's opinion so far as it relates to
the constitutional question.
The syllabus of Commissioner Ityan's
opinion is as follows:
'A rehearing will not be 'granted
when it is clear that no other conclus
ion than that already reached, is possi
ble. "A proposition to amend tho consti
tution of this state can only be sub
mitted at a general election at which
there is elected senators and reprc
"To alTeet the adoption of nn amend
ment to tho constitution of this state
it must receive more than one-half the
highest number of votes cast at such
general election, whether such highest
number be for tho filling of nn office or
for the adoption of a proposition."
Itollr. of tho War Missing.
Some time ago ex-Oov. Furnas was
at the state house, and while visiting
in the rooms of tho adjutant general
of the Nebraska national guard ex
pressed surprise that the iiags, guidons
and other relics of the Second Nebras
ka and the four companies of tho Cur
tis Horse were not in tho state house.
The Curtis Horse was made up from
Nebraska men, but was consolidated
with the Fifth Iowa cavalry. The relics
of the First Nebraska are at the office
of the adjutant general, but wherea
bouts of the others arc unknown.
Gen. Barry wrote to Mr. Furnas about
the matter, and has received a reply
"My Dear General: Beferring to
yours of May 28, when I left the ofllee
of governor, all ihtrwur relics of the
Second Nebraska cavalry were in the
capitol building. What lias become of
them I know not. I have not one of
them, nor do I know who has. As I
said when in your office, 1 was sur
prised to find none of them in there. I
advise that you advertise for them, ask
ing that they be sent to you for preser
vation. It is important. All 1 can do
to that end will be done willingly and
cheerfully. Hoping that you may suc
ceed in obtaining these relics for the
state archives, 1 am, as ever,
Yours very truly,
Uoiit. W. FUItNAB.
Gen. Barry is making every possible
effort to find the missing relics, as
their proper place is at the state house
alongside the Hags of the First Ne
braska. Jtnj Katnhllsli an Inillnn School.
Senator Allen was recently in Omaha,
and having been asked what would
probably be done with the old Fort
Omaha reservation, the senator said
that he bad had this subject in mind
for some time and he had a suggestion
which lie thought might solve the prob
lem to the eminent satisfaction of the
government, the state of Nebraska and
especially the people of Omaha. His
plan is that the site be used for an In
dian school. Tho interior department
has decided to recommend that another
Indian school be established to meet a
positive ncccssitj' for tho accommoda
tion of about 500 pupils and Senator
Allen is sure that the Fort Omaha res
ervation will so perfectly servo the
purpose that ho proposes soon to intro
duce a bill providing that the school Imj
established there. It is thought that
some of the buildings now on the site
can be remodeled so as to bo made suit
able for the purpoEC without great ex
pense. Morgan Must Jinn it.
The judgment of the Douglas county
court and death sentence in the case of
the state v... George W. Morgan has
been affirmed by the .supreme court.
The dnte of execution is fixed October
8. Morgan, it will be remembered, was
convicted of ravishing and afterward
choking to death, little Ida Guskell.
State I'nlr Outlook.
Secretary Furnas told a newspaper
reporter that tho prospects for a large
attendance and a profitable exhibit at
the state fair this year were excellent.
So far the applications fof space had
J been unusually numerous. Tho farm
ers throughout the state were looking
forward to a largo crop this year and
j were enjoying more prosperity than
for several years back, lie considered
it an assured fact that thoy would turn
out in largo numbers to the fair and
would swell tho attendance last year
over iO per cent.
Elgin barbers have reduced the price
of a hair cut to 10 cent"
O'Neill Will llnrW Up Oonnlil Mrl.rnu'n
O'Neill dispatch: Donald McLean,
the great railroad promoter, was in
O'Neill tonight nnd met the citizens of
this place at the court house and briefly
outlined his plans for a new line from
Ponen, on the Missouri river, to Los
Angeles, Cal., by way of O'Neill. Tlur
meeting was very well attended and
enthusiastic speeches were iniido by
ninliy of the citizens. A letter fioni Mr.
Cheeney of Crelghton was read anil en
thusias'tictilly received, statin.; Unit his
city and community wcro heartily in
favor of the enterprise nnd would lend
their assistance- In every way nosslble.
A committee, consisting of Mayor
Gillespie, M. F. Harrington, O. O. Sny
der. J. J. McC'uiTcrty, J. P. Mann and
John Mcliugh, was appointed to act
jointly with like committees selected
by other towns along the new route in
promoting the enterprise. The sense
of the people hero was expressed in tho
"Kesolved, That the city of O'Neill
and surrounding country are in full
.sympathy with the proposed new route
and are willing to render any assist
an" '-Unlit the ranee of their ability
to aid he en erpris ."
1 hn llnrtluy Cm p.
Omaha dispatch: The battle In the
Hartley muse this afternoon eventually
resulted in a victory for the state, in
that Uic ledger, which was the bono of
contention, was all read to be Intro
duced in evidence. By this ledger it
was shown that the money was depos
ited to Hartley's credit, and that at the
time the money was so deposited Bart
ley had no personal account at the
bank, but did have an account as state
treasurer. In passing upon the objec
tion to the introduction of the book,
Judge Bakers ruling was to the ell'eet
that it was good as secondary evidence,
it having been shown that the state is
not in possession of Hartley's checks,
which would have been the best evi
dence. The books showed also that
Hartley's account as treasurer was open
at the time of the deposit of the pro
ceeds of the wnrrant to Hartley's per
sonal account. Attorney Mahoney cross
examined Book-keeper Adair and elic
ited the fact that the entry of Hartley's
name and the characterizing of the ac
count as a "personal" account was
made prior to April 10, ISICi. and that
prior to that date Hartley did have a
personal uecouut at the bank, though it
did not contain a balance to his credit,
as shown by witnesses' statonents on
oldlorH March Against Tlmn.
Valentine dispatch: In conformity
with an ollicial order issued by Colonel
Andrews, commanding Fort Niobrara,
detachments consisting of one olllcer
and thirty-live picked men from each
company of the Twelfth infantry,
marched this morning from the Hag
staff at Fort Niobrara to and around
the Grand Armv of the Republic Hug-
stall' here and back to the point of
starting in a contest. The detachments
started ten minutes apart, marched
over a heavy, sandy road most of the
way, and in coming this way faced a
thirty-mile wind. Company D, Lieu
tenant Coehu, won in one hour, twenty-three
minutes and llfty-four seconds.
They carried rifles and ammunition,
but no other accouterinents. The con
test was ordered to demonstrate wliat
might be done on a forced march, and
a.s one of the means employed by Colo
nel Andrews In keeping his regiment
in physical condition for nctive service
at any time. Tin. contest excited great
interest here, as well as at Fort Nio
brara. A Hensntlonal Lund Cine.
Dakota City dispatch: Attorney Will
iam P. Warner of tills place today re
ceived notice of a decision handed down
by Judge W. I J. Mungcr of the oiivuit
court of the United States for the dis
trict of Nebraska, in the much litigated
and strongly contested land case of
Leon Grczaud et al. v.s. John M. Sever
son et nl., in which the court finds for
the complainants, which side Attorney
Warner, in conjunction with Lahr, Gar
diner & Lahr of Sioux City, repre
sented. The case involves the title to 210
acres of lund in this county, located
near Jackson, and over which much
bitterness has existed. The land was
the property of John B. Artcnux, an
eccentric and rich pioneer Frenchman
of this section, who suddenly dropped
dead in Sioux City, la, November 10,
181)4. Tho complainants in this case
arc his heirs ami relatives at law living
in France, who since Arteaux's death
have made a visit to this county.
The Trnna-MUalimppI I'xpnaltlon.
Washington special to Omaha Bee:
Senator Allen hnd a conversation with
Speaker Reed today relative to the
two resolutions now pending in the
house regarding the Omaha exposi
tion, and the speaker consented to al
low them to be considered early in the
The concurrent resolution .submitted
by Senator Allen, which was consider
ed and agreed to by the senate, call
ing upon the senute of the United
States to invite the foreign nations to
make exhibits at the Trans-Mississippi
and International Exposition was re
porU'd to the house this morning. Con
gressman Mercer endeavored to secure
Speaker Reed's consent for considera
tion of the resolution, but through
difficulty arising from the absence of a
quorum in the early hours of the ses
sion the resolution went over until the
next meeting of the house on Monday.
Chlncan nt thn Kxpoiltlon.
Arrangements have been completed
for a valuable addition to the exhibits
of the Trans-Mississltmi exposition. It
will be high grade Chinese exhibit and
will occupy a separate building with a
Hoor area of 5,000 siaure feet and fifty
feet in height. The building and ex
hibit will cost S10.000 and uillbw'un
annex to the Manufacturers' building.
Trio of HorK Tliliue Captured. .
Harwell dispatch: Gust Guteh. Paul
Rummie and M. Trewiler, the men who
stole two horses from the barn of Nels
I'eterson, a prominent stock grower in
tht eastern part of the county last I'rl
d y night, were landed here by Sheriff
Ilcnuich this afternoon. The thieves
were trailed and captured by Peterson
twelve mileh north of Neligh. For over
forty miles Peterson was guided on by
the trail. The hordes wore taken Fri
day night. Peterson started Saturday
morning and the thieves were jaifcjd
The rattlesnake season has opened
uupleiously iu Lincoln county.
A tVni Hprltig.
"I bcllevo that Utah will ono day
produce more mineral wealth than nny
state In tho entire country," p.Mimrkoil
a goutlcman who hnd at one time mndo
a tour of tho country, "wnen I was
In tho then territory, I mndo a proo
pcctlng trip Into the Uintah rosena
tlon, located In the northeastern cor
ner of tho state. During tho trip my
celt nnd partnor camo upon ono of tho
most remarkable curiosities In tho west,
a spring of mineral wax. Enough had
bubbled out upon tho surfaco of tho
ground to have satisfied tho demand
for ten years. It was then worth $1
a pound, and was used for tho insula
tion of electric wires, yet thoio wn3
enough in sight nt half tho prlco to
haio mado tia two rich for life, If wo
could havo carried it to market. Two
things stood In the way the mandato
of the government and tho difficulty of
transporting the stuff ovcrlnnd bouio
Bcvcral hundred miles into Provo. Ono
of these days tho reservation will bo
turned Into tho public domain and tho
wealth It contains will How Into some
body's pocketo. Ah It Is now, not a
soul la pormlttcd to trouble a single
one of Its resources. Well, wo passed
on and left tho spring with a sigh that
might have been heard at 'Frisco."--,
Now Orleans Times-Democrat.
1 ' .
Tlio editor of this paper ndvlnes his
renders that a freo paeVngo of Pcriiviund,
tho host kldnoy mid llvor euro on enrtu, win
bo delivered HIKB to any sufferer, If writ-
ten for promptly.
I'RitrvHNA HcMcur Co.,
Slsuuth St., Cincinnati. Ohio.
rnclnVn I.r.cl Ilottout.
The bottom of tho Pacific botwccui
Hawaii and California Is said to bo so
lovel that a railroad could bo laid for
BOO miles without the grade anywhere.
This fact was discovered by tho United
States surveying vessels engaged In
making eoundlngs with the view of lay
ing a cable
Hull's Catiirrh Curo
Is a constitutional cm o. Price, 75c.
Understood ut I.n-.t.
An old Scotch lady, who had no rel
ish for modern church music, was ex
pressing her disliko of tho singing of
an anthem In her own church ono day,
when a neighbor said: "Why, that Is a
very old anthem. David Bung that an
them to Saul." To this tho old lady re
plied: "Weel, wcel, I noo for tho first
timo understand why Saul threw his
Javelin at Dald when tho lad sung
for him." Exchange.
RdnrntaTonr Howell With Cascarctn.
Candy Cathartic, curo constipation forever.
lOo. it C. C. C. fall, drucslsts refund money.
A nny Mich I'lirnueui.
"Furnace" is a geographical namo
not unusual in the Atlantlo coast ro
gion just bolow Mason and Dixon's
lino. In many instancos tho actual
furnace is a moro tradition, but sixty
or Boventy years ngo many such fur
naces wero built to smelt tho bog-Iron
ore usual in all that region. It was
onco profitablo to smelt this ore, but
tho marvelous ubundanco and cheap
ness of iron doposlts olsowhoro havo
mado it imposslblo to carry on tho
Iloeeraan Camphor Ice with Olycerlnn.
The orlnlnsl and only n-nuln-. Cure Chippfil lUndi
ud Face, Cold .Sorr, Ac. CU.CUlk A Co.,N.llaii,Ct.
I.oiir Kli;n- In Trance.
While the reign of Victoria has been
longer than that of any of her pre
decessors on the English throne, thcro
havo been monarchs who havo sur
passed even her phenomenal record.
Louis XIV. of Franco reigned for bov-enty-two
ynrn n-nd Totiln.X.v., his suc
cessor and grandson, held tho throno
for fifty-nine years. Thus two succes
sive monarchs reigned for tho extraor
dinary period of 131 years.
EIra. AVIinlow'e Hoothlnc Njr
nation, allaja jmln, ture wind colic. if utiabuttlo-
.Not it Miiftfot.
"What Is this I hear about you
making a good deal of monoy at tho
raeo truck lately? I never would
havo believod it."
"It is to, though," roplled Jonah
II. Hoodoo, "Thcro arj a half doon
follows i aylng mo ovory day not to
bet ' on their horses." Cincinnati
If you are "dead tlrod" tono
system w ith Dr. Kay's Renovator.
A drunkard's idea of a smart
one who doesn't touch liquor.
IlohU Hie tcorld'a record for
lorrj'diatance fast running.
It is cool
Tho real difference be
twaon tho summer temper
Mure of Colorado and that
of Iowa or Nnliraalca is
only about ten degrees.
Tho apparent difference
is about thirty degrees.
July Is the best month to
visit Colorado In July the
temperature Is Just nclit,
the mountain resorts lillod
with pleasure-beokerf, and
the cost of machine them
little more than half aa
great as is ordinarily the
Write for Information
about rates and train ser
vice. Alio for Advertising
matter descriptive of Man
itou, Glenwood Springs,
Kateti Park, Etc.
.f. ritANCIS, General Passenger Agent,
HAIR REN EWER
Beautifies and estores Gray
Hair to its original color and
vitality, prevents baldness;
cures itching and dandruff.
A fine hair drercing.
It. V. Hall & Co., Prom . Xwlma, N. H.
Sold by all Druggists.
Darlington Kotilr Only 833,00 to Ran
.Tune SO to July :i. neeoimt nntlonal
convention Christian Kndeavorcrs.
Special trains. Through tourist ami
palace sleepers. Slop-overs allowed at
nnd west of Denver. Return via Port
lond, Yellowstone Park and Black
II ills If desired.
Endeavorers and their friends who
take the Burlington Route are guar
anteed a quick, cool and comfortable
journey, line scenery (by daylight) and
first class equipment.
Berths nro reserved and descriptive
literature furnished on request. See
nearest B. fc M. R. R. ticket ngent or
wrllo to J. Francis, 0. P. A., Burling
ton Route, Omaha, Neb.
Tit for Tilt.
They aro telling this story of how
Prince Bismarck came to choose Dr.
Schweninger for his personal phy
sician: At their first Intervlow tho
prince lost his temper and growled.
"Don't ask so many questlono," to
which Schweninger replied, "What you
need is a horso doctor; ho askn no
questions." Wheicupon Bismarck
Bcowled and presently tugged nt tho
hell. Tho doctor was In doubt ns to
whether ho was not to bo Bhown out
Into the street. But tho commnnd was,
"Fetch tho doctor's things from tho
station." Now York Tribune.
Slmko Into Your Hhora,
Allen's Foot-Easo, a powder for tho
feet. It cures palufifl, 'swollen, smart
ing feet and Instantly takes tho Bttng
out of corns nnd bunions. It Is tho
greatest comfort discovery of tho ago.
Allen's Foot-Easo makes tight-fitting
or new shoes feci easy. It Is a certain
curo for sweating, callous nnd hot,
tired, aching feoL Try It to-day. Sold
by all drugglstB and shoo Btorcs. By
mall for 21c In stamps. Trial packago
FREE. Address Allen S. Olmsted. Le
Roy, N. Y.
It IMiln't I'lt Anybody There.
"How do you llko your now minis
tor?" "Vory much, indeed. Hopronchod
a stirring sermon to-day."
"Yes. It was a denunciation of tho
solf-rlghtcous, tho pharisalral, tho
envious, tho speakers of ovll. tho cov
etous, tho wealth worshippers In
short, it was a lino effort. What a
pity that none of tho peoplo to whom
it was implied woro at church to hoar
JU"N Y. PrcBS.
A Stout llnrkhnnit
Is ns pssentlnt to physical health nt to polit
ical consistency. I'or weakness of tho buck,
llit'iuiKitlMi). nud disorders of tlm kidneys
tlio tonic mid dietetic iiftlnn of Hosteller's
Moiimcli Hitters Is the, one tliiiiK needful.
The Mouincli N tlio mainstay of every other
oiriiii, and by luvlKoratliu; the digestion
with this preparation, the spinal column nnd
nil lis dependencies, urn jsymji.'it lict Icully
strenitllieued. Tim dyspeptic and lilllous
will llnd It u puro cuctiilile Mlmulnnt and
A Slnrknl CoIIcbb,
Uukano: "The college which will at
tract tho most attention this year does
not possess a football team." Gaswoll:
"Oh, nonsense!" "It's a fact." "What
coUceo do you refer to?" "Tho elector
al college." Pittsburg Chronlclc-Tole-graph.
Don't Tobiece Spit and Smoke Your Lift Away.
To quit tobucco easily aud forever, tie mag
netic, full of life, nerve and vigor, tako No-To-llnc.
the wnndur-wnrkor, that makes weak
men KtroiiR. All drupclst. MX; or $1. Cure
guaranteed. Ilooklot aud satnplo free. Address
Sterling ltomedy Co., Chicago or Now YorU.
Some people Inutfli like amateur sing
ers trying to run the scales.
FITS trrainntl) Curnl. Monti or nroune ttei
tirt dnjf u at Dr. Kline'a tlrel ervb Meilornr
Send lor FUKK SV1.00 trial bottla nd trtti.
Oil It. II. Kline. I.W.,911 Arcli St.. I'lilUdelphU, 1't.
Probably every man "has made an
honest effort to talk less, and failed.
I-AItHKMH IIAIllXU I'OWOKK IN
Thr brit. at half the price; All Krorrr will re
fund yutir muui'jr If you aro not latUflcd.
It is pretty hard to decide on the
meanest man you ever knew.
Everyone is more of a crank than he
is willing to admit.
We have demonstrated. exDcrts admit, and every one Is con
vlnced that genuine White Topai cannot be dctecte..' from real
diamonds. White Topai Is the stone you have rrati so much I
nbout. I he one that has tooled the pawnbrokers. Place them side
bv aide with eenulne diamonds
ference. We have sold thousands of these stones at from one
to ten dollars, but In order to Introduce them quickly as well
as to llnd out the advertising medium best suited to our busi
ness, we mike this
We will tend you a beautiful, brilliant,
genuine While lopa, wliii-h can be mounted
in a rinc. tcarl or neiktid pin, nud, cuff but
tons locket or pair earnnc, like any article
In this border on receipt of .
'1 hese itonr are exactly tlio tame at (how
we havi advritised at one dollar
i Tit' ; offer for a few days
Cut out this advertliement and
, tnzether with "JSc in com or itainpi
a stone that you can be luttly proud
ui end vou a white local bv return man:
be detected (rum a real diamond.
whether (mall, medium or larse ttone
I NO ORDER FILLED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
GENUINE WHITE TOPAZ
bears no relation to other so-called imitation diamonds no matter
under what name they are advertised. They are the hardest ol semi
precious stones, impossible to detect from real diamonds and warranted
to retain their brilliancy. All others pale to insignihcan.ee hen compared
with White I'opax.
Wa warrant each and every
Topes to retain Iu brilliancy and
tb mountluK to fc-lr parfact
Dollars If you can rbuw tliat wa
liars orer refused to raplaca a
White Torms that was returned
White Tonaz are Qood
THE OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME
Don't Miss It
Send us twenty-live cents In coin or stamps and you will be
delighted with the White Topaz that jou revive
Monoy Refunded If Goods aro Not Satisfactory
THE DIAMOND PALACE,
iThere is a
I Class of People
Who nro injured by thouso
of coffee. Recently thero
has boon placed in all the
grocery stores a now pre
paration called GRAINO,
mado of puro grains, that
takes tlio placo of coffee.
The most delicate stomach X
receives it wlthoutdlstrcBS,
and but fow can tell it from
coffee. It docs not cost over
H as much. Children may
drink it with great benefit.
ir cents aud SR cents per
package. Try it. AbIc for
I Try Grain0!
On a red hot . Jt&
day litres c5? S (3 rZ
IWI'I'II Villi SJt.
fnMc rf t1ic 1lnr
Jfg AWWtW W m aw.
4r Roof beer
cools the blood,
tones the stom
the body, fully
satisfies the thirst.
A delicious ,spark
drink of the high
est medicinal value.
Tht Cbitttt R. lllrri C , ThlU.
DVM V!V( W B(f
'Wcctcm "Wheel "WorUs
-0- M A K E B S -Ovj
CfilCA GO n t AO3
CATA U9 GVE FR E E
nob (! Wkiria. Ml
aKtt, UOOD1INIW. KO-l
Nw lllgu Uraua It modrl-.,
fully cuaranterd, (11 to .
ftpectal Clrarlna Salr.
Imp an-wbers on appro-al.
aa-V m Hm a hmmu. km-i
r U twk ! Mn tfl ( ! vhMl
l 1tr4a Itoa. Ovr lptU to
II kHn IkfwlMt tW mtmrnln.
-irHlt al nt Ut ear imcIiI aSu.
N.-MEAX) & 1'ltENTISS, Chicago. lit
Don't you know apt VratUiMTlnt;! Anll-Ja will do
IU KiilimrormAtlonitiadlyniallpil l'UKU byJlenoTa,
C'homlcr ICr.4Strilroadwnr,Nevr i orkuity.
ENSIONS. PATENTS, CLAIMS.
JOHN W. MORRIS, WASHINGTON. D.C
Lata Prlaclpal SxamlBir D. fl. ftailca Sanaa.
3ra. la lut war, lAadjuJlcU claimi, atty U.
lBLlr J I qulrkrrtlcfandcurnwurat
raara. Send for book or tntlmonlali and lOclaya
treatment Jfree. iir. u. u.okie9I'IbOSb, iuaata.ua.
H. B.WILLSON AOO.,Wan
InctoD, D. V. No fen till patant
cured. 4N.pna;e book n-ee.
W. N. U. OMAHA. No. 25.-1897.
When writing to advertise, kindly mon
tlon till paper.
ir r s una.
fy the Expert;
and no one can tell the dif
lend It to us
of and one that posltirely cannot
In crdermE. be lure and state
U fi i
V f .
DIAMONDS DUPLICATED IN
Itoyalty and the four hundred
wbu own calibrated and costly
diamonds tut In necklaces, tiaras, t
brooches, tracclata and alrdles, I
koepthemlnburgUrrroof vaults, 1
duplicates In White Tonax and J
no one ercr uo;cm am uiucrvucc,
Enough for Royalty;
Are They Qood Enough for You?
DUILDIHO, CHICAGO, ILLS.
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