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The News Briefly Told.
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Charles A. Slncl tir , n well known
railroad and hotel financier of Boston.
Thomas Kaln , an assistant door
keeper at a Cleveland hospital , has
fallen heir to $100,000.
Havana papers report the killing of
a child by bandits In Holguln province
and the subsequent capture of two of
The duke to Tetuan , former minister
of foreign affairs , has baen appointed
Spain's delegate to the International
peace conference , which Is to meet at
The Hague next month.
The Paris academy of moral and po
litical sciences has awarded the Au-
dlfferot prize of 15,000 francs , given
yearly for the greatest act of devotion ,
to Major Marchaud for traversing Af
Ferdinand W. Peck. United States
commissioner general to the Paris ex
position , has Informed the exposition
authorities that ho approves the plans
for the buildings for the American
Thomas Durkln , the messenger who
was sent by the Chicago Trlbuno with
a communication to the Dally Mall ,
reached the ofllce of the latter paper
and delivered his message at 10:59 :
Rudyard Kipling has sued 0. M.
Putnam's Sons , D. Appleton , Sons &
Co. , Doubleday & McClure , Charles
Scrlbner's Sons and the Century Pub
lishing company for $25,000 cleamed as
damages for alleged Infriugment of
The remains of Colonel M. Lewis
Clark , the widely known turfman , who
committed suicide in the Gaston hotel
at Minneapolis , wore taken to Louisville
villeon the Louisville & Nashville
railroad by sorrowing friends. The
train will arrive at its destination at
an early hour today.
A dispatch to the New York Herald
from Berlin says : On the historic
Warthburg , where Martin Luther
hurled his Ink pot at the devil , the
duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha pre
sented to the kaiser his brother , the
duke of Connaught , as heir apparent
to the duchy of Saxe-Coburg and Go
tha , thus giving effect to the decision
of the family council presided over
by Queen Victoria at Clmlez.
Two policemen were shot at Havana
yesterday In a collision with citizens.
Bodies of twenty-five Cubans , mache-
ted by Narcisso , mayor of Guanabacoa ,
have been found.
It Is said General Brooke has not
considered General doAndrade for the
Brigadier General John C. Bates ,
United States volunteers , who has re
cently been recalled from Cuba , will go
President Iglesslas of Costa Rica , ac
companied by Minister Calve of that
country , had a conference with Secre
tary Hay concerning Nicaragua canal
affairs , and also paid calls of respect
on the president and vice president.
The Texas senate of the Texas leg
islature set as a special order for to
morrow morning and from day to day
until disposed of , the Arkansas anti
trust bill , introduced and reported fa
vorably from the committee last Fri
President McKlnley was unable to
see callers yesterday and remained In
his private apartments. At Intervals
during the last several days he has
been in the hands of his dentist and is
now suffering somewhat from neural
gia of the face.
ihe net earnings of the Santa Fo
road for the month of March were
$1,104,869 , an incraeso of $144,418 over
the same mouth in 1898. For the nine
months of the fiscal year ending
March 31 , the net earnings of the road
have been $9,924,134.
It Is claimed that the Texas legis
lature will pay little attention to the
decree of the court at Little Rock , that
the Arkansas anti-trust law is un
constitutional outside the state. It
will pass the senate bill and the case
will probably go to the state courts
If the insurance men so desire.
. Letters received from members of
the First regiment , South Dakota vol
unteers , during the last few days are
unusually interesting. Among them is
a letter from Otis Robinson , In which
he gives an account of his experience
as a sharpshooter and tells of the pre
cautions taken to prevent the assassi
nation of General Otis.
General de Sespedes reports that
there arc 30,000 Cuban soldiers In San
Major General Warren Welfer has
almost completely recovered from an
attack of fever , caught in Cuba.
Senor Duarte , at Havana , has sued
the Banco Espanol to compel the re
demption of $365,000 of bank notes.
General Gomez has gone to Molinas ,
where he will confer with other Cuban
generals on plans of disbursing money
to the soldiers.
Secretary Alger has received a board
report on the destruction of beef on
the tninsport Manitoba , at Porto Rico
lost summer. Contents not made pub
The French court of cessation has
decided by a large majority not to con
front Colonel Plcquart with General
Roget. It has also been decided to
make a further examination of Col
onel Paty du Clam and to investigate
the Panizzardl telegram.
General Miguel Gomez , civil gover
nor of Santa Clara province , has Is
sued a decree , declaring all persons
equal before the law , regardless of race
James Austin Henry , a prominent
Little Rock , Ark. , Mason , fell down a
stairway at the Masonic Temple , Lit
tle Rock , and died from the injuries
General Brooke reports the follow
ing deaths : April 23 , Puerto Princi
pe , Private Herman G. Bartelme , com
pany A , Eighth cavalry , typhoid ; Sa-
gua la Grande , Private Edward Kraky ,
company E , Second infantry , April 21 ,
General Betancourt , civil governor of
Mntnnzas. has placed his services at
General Gomez' disposal , In the work
of upbuilding Cuba.
General Brooke , at Havana , Is con
sidering the Issuance of n decree legal
izing marriages performed by Prates
tant ministers , and to permit soldiers
to bo married by their chiefs , If re
garded as civil marriages.
The United States transport Zca-
landla , from San Francisco , March 28 ,
having on board several companies of
the Ninth Infantry and n largo quantity
of supplies , arrived after an uneventful
voyage. The troops arc now camped
on the water front.
Postmaster General Charles Emory
Smith arrived In Chicago. Ho will
leave today for Galena , 111. , whore ho
Is to deliver the oration nt the Grant
celebration In the afternoon. A largo
delegation of Chicago citizens will ac
company the postmaster general to
El Cobre , one of the richest copper
mines In the world , will probably re
sume operations nt nn early date. A
meeting of the stockholders and those
of the railway leading to It will beheld
held In Havana iay 15 , to consider a
proposition made by a BrlUsu syndi
cate. If the meeting Is successful it
wm mean n great stimulus to business.
Pasenger Traffic Manager D. G. Ed
wards of the Cincinnati , Hamilton &
Dayton railroad received from Presi
dent Doel of the Monon nn answer tea
a message Inquiring what effect , if any ,
the now relations of the Monon would
have on Its past relations with the
Cincinnati , Hamilton & Dayton rail
road. The telegram states In reply :
' 'Our very satisfactory arrangements
with your company arc assured.
Three plants In Cleveland , O. , wore
transferred to the American Shipbuild
ing company , tno recently organized
trust. By the transfer over $1,000,000
worth of property was deeded to the
new company. The concerns trans-
-erred arc the Cleveland Shipbuilding
company's plant , valued at $300,500 ;
Shipowners' Dry Dock company , val
ued at $265,000 ; Globe Iron Works
company , valued nt $515,000. Revenue
stamps amounting to $1,293 were used
on the deeds.
Virulent smallpox is appearing In
many parts of Germany.
Major General Chaffeo has returned
to Havana from Washington.
The navy department will not make
public the letter of reprimand to Cap
The Lake Village Savings bank ,
Lakoport , N. H. , has gone to the wall ,
with debts approximating $230,000.
The olliclal announcement has been
made at Havana of the extension of
all Cuban mortgages for two years.
Sheridan Shook died at Red Hook ,
N. Y. , aged 77 years. Ho for many
years was proprietor of the Union
Square theater and of the Morton
It has been felt proper to admonish
Admiral Kautz to be more careful
either In writing such letters ns that
published yesterday from Cincinnati
or in guarding his letters from pub
licity , and a letter of that character
was addressed to him yesterday.
Land Commissioner Hermann Is
preparing to augment the corps OL for
est rangers on forest reserves. The
largest number of rangers in the Black
Hills , S. D. , reserve last year was nine ,
which will bo .ncreascd during the
coining heated term to twelve , and
probably fifteen. Similar increases
will be made in all reserves.
The Southern railway , the Chese-
peako & Ohio and the Norfolk & West
ern are the roads named as about to
enter into n combination which , It Is
said on good authority , is soon to bo
made. It is asserted that options on
the stocks of these companies have
been secured at figures considerably
above the present market price.
After the United States steamer
Badger sailed from San Francisco for
Samoa with the Samoan commission
ers aboard , Important orders arrived.
A boat was sent after the steamer , buc
was unable to overtake her. The
transports Ohio and Senator sail to
day and the latter will try to reach
Honolulu before the Badger leaves.
The engineer corps which arrived
from Honolulu on the steamer Au
stralia at San Francisco was conveyed
to the Presidio. It will be mustered
The Dawes Indian commission has
forwarded to the Interior department
a report of Its plans for the allotment
and citizenship enrollment and other
work required by the Indian Territory
Movements of warships : The An
napolis and Vlcksburg arrived at Gar-
diners bay , near Washington. The
Peorla has sailed from San Juan to
make an inspection of the lights around
the coast of Porto Rico. The Alliance
has sailed from Santiago for Guanta-
namo. The Nashville arrived yester
day at Greenville , Miss.
The Wade court of inquiry spent
yesterday in making the final revision
of Its report upon the allegations of
General Miles concerning the beef
supplied to the army during the Span
ish war. Colonel Davis announced at
the close of the session that the report
would certainly bo handed to the sec
retary of war tomorrow.
The steamer America Maru at San
Francisco from Hong Kong and Yokohama
hama had on board Major General An
derson and wife , Lieutenant Anderson ,
Lieutenant Allen and wife , Major
Guise , Viscountess de Labry and
Commander Orpen of the royal navy.
Wireless telegraphy was first put
to practical use at London. The Good
win Sands light ship was struck by
a passing vessel and the crow , utiliz
ing the wireless telegraphy apparatus ,
notified South Foreland that . . .iclr ship
was In a sinking condition. Tugs were
thereupon dispatched to the assistance
of the light ship.
The Zulu clergyman who left Now 1
York for his African home last week
has some surprises up his sleeve for
llU ulinnlo .Atyuj'-timl lit 'CllU'COIfl 0 [
America water becomes so hard that
men can walk on It , and shall con
found our medicine men with my
alarm clock. I shall take great pleas
ure In telling them of cities built upon
to twenty stories high , and of the ma
chines which talk. "
A parrot escaped from a drug store
in a Georgia village , Hew Into a church
where the colored brethren wore holdIng -
Ing a meeting , perched on the pulpit
and , surveying the congregation , ob
served In a sharp voice : "It's hot as
hell ! " Some of the brethren Jumped
out of the windows , while many of
the sisters fell fainting. The preacher
sought refuge In the steeple , and was
so llrmly wedged in It that they had
to saw him out. Atlanta Constitution.
Our renders who are Interested In
puzzles should secure ono of the map
puzzles sent out by the Chicago Great
Western railway. It Is a map of the
United States on heavy cardboard and
cut up Into states , each state and ter
ritory being on a separate piece. They
are nicely colored and show the cap
itals of the different states , as well as
the largo rivers. The puzzle consists
in putting the different pieces to
gether so as to form the map of the
United States. It makes more of a
puzzle than would at first be sup
posed and will bo found Interesting
03 well as Instructive to the older
people as well as the young ones. In
cidentally it Is quite valuable as
showing the comparative size of dif
ferent states , and this will bo a mat
ter of some surprise. This puzzle will
! > } sent to our readers if they will send
10 cents to Mr. F. II. Lord , G. P. &
T. A. , Chicago , 111.
The blood completes Its circuit
through the body in twenty-two sec
onds. Every three minutes all of the
blood in the body Is revitalized.
China experts 11,000,000 fans nnnu-
FRANCES WILU.BD HOSPITAL
USES PE-BU-NA FOR CATARRH OF THE STOMACH.
The Frances WHIard Hospital , Chicago. III.
Miss Georglana Dean was for thrco
years missionary In Liberia under the
M. B. Church from the training school
in Chicago. After her return she stud
ied nursing , graduating from the pres
ent Frances E. Wlllard National Tem
perance Hospital of Chicago. She Is an
enthusiastic friend of Pe-ru-na , as Is
evident from the following letter :
Chicago , 111. , Jan. 20 , 1899.
Pe-ru-na Drug Mfg. Co. , Columbus , 0. :
Gentlemen You will bo glad to
know of the happy results obtained
from the use of Pc-ru-na among the
patients under my care whenever pre
scribed by the physician. I have seen
Admiral Dewey's favorite watch Is
made of stool from the sunken battle
ship Maine. Captain Sigsbee , who
commanled the ill-fated war vessel at
the time she was blown up , carries a
similar timepiece. Both were made
by a patriotic down cast Yankee.
Arc You Using Alien' * Kuut-KnsoT
It Is the only cure for Swollen ,
Smarting , Burning , Sweating Feet ,
Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen's
Foot-Ease , a powder to be shaken into
the shoes. At all Druggists and Shoo
Stores , 25c. Sample sent FREE. Ad
dress , Allen S. Olmsted , LeRoy , N. Y.
Harvard university is to pension
professors and assistant professors who
have served the institution for twenty
years or more , a plan of retiring allow
ances having been established by the
president and fellows of the university.
The plan was first suggested in Har
vard in 1880 , since which time the
necessity fund has grown to $310,000.
Harvard is the first American uni
versity to establish a general system
of retiring allowances.
Ibollevo Plfio'8 Uuro IB the only mcdlclno
that will euro consumption. Amm M.
Koss , Williiitiisjiort , 1'a. , Nov. 12 , ' 03.
It is relieved that In China there are
twenty times a much coal as In all
Mrs. WliiHlow'B Soothing Syrup.
ForclilMrcn teething , softcnutho gums , reduced It ?
n , alia ) a piilu , cures wluil colic. 23c a bottla
The spring pool should confine his
efforts 10 the advertising columns and
sing rf the automatic spring that shuts
Is the oldest anil 1 cut It "HI luc-iik up n cold quicker
IliimuajlhltiKcUo. It IB always reliable 1rjlt
Make haste slowly except when you
are trying to catch a car.
some very remarkable euros of cases
of very obstinate catarrh of the stomach
ach , where Pe-ru-na was the only med
icine used. 1 consider it a reliable
medicine. GEORGIANA DEAN.
The symptoms of catarrhal dyspepsia
are : Coated tongue , pain or heavy
feeling in the stomach , belching of gas ,
dizzy head , sometimes headache , de
spondent feelings , loss of appetite , pal
pitation of the heart and irregularity
of the bowels.
Send for a free book written by Dr.
Hartman , entitled "Health and
Beauty. " Address Dr. Hartman , Co
lumbus , 0.
CHARMING grandmother ! _ is n delight *
" < 1
tnl"oY < I .n dy1.n good health I
MRS. MoLLir. lUnnr.n , St. James , Mo. , writes : "I took
Lydia E. Ptnkhnm's Vegetnhlo Compound during change of
life , nnd have passed through that
critical period safely. 1 suffered for
years with falling of the womb nnd
female weakness. At times could
hardly stand on my feet , nlso had
leucorrhcea. I tried several good
doctors , but instead of getting better , grew worse nil the
time. A friend ndvised me to try Mrs. IMnkluun's Compound.
I did so and nfter tnkhig six bottles , wns cured of both
loucorrhtca and falling of womb. I am now enjoying good
health nnd feel very grateful for
the good your medicine has
done me. I would recommend
0 nil women suffering as I
MRS. N. E. LACEY ,
Pearl , La. , writes :
1 for about twenty years ,
falling of womb by spells
| for ten years , and my
bladder wns affected , had
backache a great deal.
I tried a number of
doctors. They would relieve
lievo me for a little
while , then I would bo
* worse than ever. I
then thought I would
try Lydia 13. Pinkhnm'3
Eleven bottles of Com
pound nnd one box of
Liver Pills cured mo
and I am now sound
and well. It helped mo through the change of life period. I
am fifty-five years old. "
The women of advanced years who are healthy and happy
are invariably those who have known how to secure help
when they needed it. Mrs. Pinkham will advise any woman
free of charge who writes aboui her health. Her address ia
Lynn , Mass.
We arc offering- the widest range of pat
tern and price ami the greatest number of
improvements ever presented by any manu
facturer in a single season. No matter what
style of wheel your prefer to ride or how
much you wish to pay for it , it will be
to your advantage to examine our ma
chines and compare them with others.
OUR 1899 MODELS.
Columbia Bevel-Gear Chalnless , , . , $75
Columbia Chain Wheels $50
Vedettes , , , . Men's ' , $25 ; Ladles' , $26
Tha Columbia Head nml Fork
Crown nltonl iteconsnry itrongtti
nt iHal point nml form n dl tlnci- Ask any Columbia dealer forcntnloRiiobooklets , folilcri , etc. ,
Ivo fouturo which impart * an .
. or wrllu to in encloMtiK ! I-ccut ( tamp.
vnluo to tlio machine.
PORE 7VY.FG. CO. , Hartford , Conn.
"DIRT DEFIES THE KING. " THEN
IS GREATER THAN ROYALTY ETSELF.
Alabantlno , the only durable wall coai-
lUK , takes the place of scaling kalsomlncs ,
wall paper and paint for walls. It can bu
used on plaster , brick , wood or canvas.
Mint Ho I'oll I r.
General Manager Underwood of the
IlnUlmoro and 01iloUi\JJwAuVit'D "ro
station agents and trainmen : "Your
especial attention la directed to the
treatment of patrons by employes of
the company. Complaints have been
made from various RCIUITPS of discour
tesy to freight and passenger patrons
on the part of our agents , or their
representatives , at several of our sta
tions , and also Inattention of conduct
ors and braUcmen to properly care for
the comfort of passengers. There
should bo no cause for such com
plaints. It Is a part of your duty to
Bee that our patrons are treated at all
times with politeness and courtesy , not
1 only by yourself but by employe's un
der your charge. Ono of the valuable
assets of a railroad company Is uni
form polltcneBs and courtesy from all
of Its employes to Its patrons , and
, this capital must not bo encroached
upon. It Is proper for you to under
stand that advancement docs not de-
j pent ! wholly on your olllclency , but In
other directions also , and will bo
measured In a great degree by the
treatment accorded to patrons. "
A KnUo MUtrtKr.
The T. M. Roberts' Supply House of
Minneapolis , Minn. , which advertised
a remarkably liberal knlfo offer in a
recent IBBUO of our paper , wishes
to have It explained to our readers
that through a mistake in olcctrotyp-
Ing , the numbers over each of the
knives were reversed. The Cattle
knife should be 77 S. U. , and the Con
gress knife 7 S. H. Their remarkable
offer to send 37 packages of garden
seeds and the Congress knlfo for 77
cents , or 37 packages of seeds and the
Cattle knife for 97 cents Is one of the
most liberal ever mado.
One of the charities fostered by the
Eastern college settlements In Now
York Is cheap musical Instruction. Les
sons are to be given at the rate of 25
cents an hour , with free scholarship
for talented pupils who cannot afford
to pay so much , and the pianos at the
school are rented for practice at1
cents a half hour.
Lord Salisbury once handled a pick
and shovel. During the great Aus
tralian gold craze he set out as a gold
hunter , and the hovel In which ho lived
as a rough , red-shlrted miner Is Btlll
The Opening of the Ute Indian It norvntton
By proclamation of the President of
the United States , the Ute Indian res
ervation In southern Colorado will bo
opened for settlement at noon of May
4 , 189D. It comprises 600,000 acres of
arable mesa land , which has long been
considered the most desirable in the
state. For free pamphlets , giving
complete information , address S. K.
Hooper , General Passenger Agent D.
& II. G. n. R. , Denver , Colo.
Jacob IJupp , wiiu died recently at
Homewood , Pa. , made during his life
time 108 hangmen's ropes , not one of
which ever broke. lie made the rope
with which Gulteau was executed.
Do Your Ir et Aclin mid liurnf
Shake Into your hhoes , Allen's Foot-
Ease , a powder for the feet. It makes
tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures
Corns , Bunions , Swollen , Hot and
Sweating Feet. At all Druggists and
Shoe Stores , 25c. Sample sent FREE.
Address Allen S. Olmsted , LeRoy , N. Y.
In Iceland men and women are In
every respect political equals. The
nation , which numbers about 70,000
people , Is governed by representatives
elected by men nnd women together.
One of Them My daughter , said the
father , has always been accustomed to
the luxuries of wealth. Yes. replied
the count , bristling up. Hat ees what
1 am Philadelphia American.
Henry Irving la in a fair way of get
ting on his llimnclnl feet again , ai
which everybody will rejoice. His pro
rtuctlon of "Robespierre" has set the
playgolng London wild with cnthusl
Alubtifitlnt ) can be us < pd o\er paint or
JW | > T paint or pniicr can bo used ov r
Alabahllne. Uuj only In Ihe pound pack-
properly labeled ) take no substitute.
In 1792 the first Boston Htngo coach
started for New York , and now 700
railway trains arc sent out of the city
IInil's Catarrh Cure
Is taken internally. 1'rico , 75c.
It's only married women that say
all men are alike. Every girl knows
at least ono man who Is superior to all
Senator Clark of Montana is busy
with the picture dealers of Paris. Dur
ing his short vlsi. he Is said to have
spent among them close upon $200,000.
Ington have been mounted on bicycles
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ntlilotln ( 'iuHlH In stock send your nmnu
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Now York Chicago Denver
You will never know what
is unless you use Carter's. It costs
no more than poor ink.
Funny bookkt" How to Make Ink 1'icturcs' iree.
CARTEL'S INK CO. , Boston , Mass.
livery cl < urcli nnd schoolhoiiHo should bo
coutul only VMtli Al.tiiustitio. Hundreds
of tons usi.l > curly foi Oil * work. Genu
ine .AJubastlnu do(8 not rub and ucalo oft.
W. N.U. OMAHA. No. 18-lb99
Our 60 > NBrvBiuBrain PillsJI
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T. M. ROBERTS' SUPPLY HOUSE.
Minneapolis , Minn.
but wheat ; what you might
cnll a uca of wheat , " IH what was sulil
by a lecturer Hiiouklng of Western Gun-
ailn. Tor particulars no to routes , rail
way fares , etc. , apply to Huputlntendcnt
of Immigration , Department Interior , Ot-
tnwa , Canada , or to AV V Dennett. iOl
New York Life Ittilldlng. Omnlia. Neb.
Dr ' Renovator
, Kay's ,
Bin constipation , liver andkldncydlscases.bfl-
s , licaducUu , etc. At druggists t5o ! & 41.
\VANTKD Ca o of tma UealtU that 1M-P-A-N-B
will not benefit , t-cnd 8 cents to Klpana Chemical
Co. , New Yorkfor 10 samples and 1,000 tcetluioulals.
Dr. Kay's ' Lung Balm
Alababtlno packages have full direc
tions Ai ) > onu can brush It on. Ask paint
dealer for tint card. "Alabastlno Era"
fiee. Aluslmstlno Co , , Grand IlapldsMlcli.
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