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A gorgeous costume flashed beneath the brilliant lights
of a ball room. The queen of society is radiant to-night.
The nervous hands of a weak woman have toiled day
and night , the weary form and aching head have known no
rest , for the dress must be finished in time.
To that queen of society and her dressmaker wo would
say a word. Ono through hothouse culture , luxury and
social excitement , and the other through the toil of necessity ,
may some day find their ailments a common cause.
Nervous prostration , excitability , fainting spells , dizzi
ness , sleeplessness , loss of appetite and strength , all indicate
serious trouble , which has been promoted by an over-taxed
For the society queen and the dressmaker alike , there is
nothing reliable as Jjyrtia JE. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound to restore strength , vigor , and happiness.
Mrs. Lizzie Anderson , 49 Union St. , Salem , N. J. , writes :
" DEAII Mns. PINKIIAM : T feel it is my duty to write and tell yon how
grateful I nm to you for what your medicine has done for me. At one
time I suffered everything' a woman could. I had inflammation of the
ovaries , falling of the woinb , nnd leueorrhcca. At times could not hold a
needle to GC\V. The first dose of your Vegetable Compound helped me BO
much that I kept on using it. I have now taken six bottles and am well
and able to do my work. I also ride a wheel and feel no bad effects from
it. 1 am thankful to the Giver of all good for giving you the wisdom of
curing suffering women. I recommend your med
icine to every woman troubled with any of these
Mrs. Sarah Swoder , 103 West St. ,
La Porte , Ind. , writes :
Mns. PINKHAM : It gives me preat
pleasure to tell you how much good Lydfa E.
Pinklmm's Vegetable Compound has done for me.
"I had been u sufferer for years with female
trouble. I could not sew hut a few minutes at a
time without suffering terribly with my head.
My hack und kidneys also troubled me all the
time. I was advitsecl by a friend to tuke your med
icine. I had no faith in it , but decided to try it.
After taking one bottle I felt so much better that
I continued its use , and by the time I had taken
six bottles I was cured. There is no other medicine
for me. I recommend it to all my friends. "
Owing to the fact that some skeptical
people have from time to time questioned
the genuineness of the testimonial letter )
we arc constantly publishinj ; , we have
deposited with the National City Hank , of Lynn , Mass. , $5,000 ,
which will be paid , to any person who will show that the above
testimonials are not genuinr , or were published before obtaining
the writers' special permission. LYDIA E. PINKHAM MEDICINE Co.
Must Bonr Signature of
5ce Pac-Stmlle Wrapper
Very small and as oaey
to tuko 03 eujrtxr.
FOR TORPID LIVER.
FOR SALLOW SKIM.
UCTKAVilKIIIATU . _ _
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
Cut oul arvl return tlu nj. end
we will uml you this lileh
crude , htffh urmSO.jvar
hy tretghtc O U. fcubjtit tocxaml-
luitlou. If you Hud It perfectly sat
isfy tory.rqual luih. litf beiltrad.w.
nb'dlarft oM .ifryHhtr. At 9SO.M )
anil frt-lpht chartrea. I't * the narblne
l Rod If dUtcfliOrd In ART f7 ve villl return v.ur
none/ . Comet complete iti ! qullter , n-roilrlvcni. bob-
IHIIB , ntwllcs. eauifu , ollcuu and Infraction U9ok l eati *
tlful solid oak Wrawrr , drop lu'arl cal.lnot HM on-ry
liniiroveinpnt. ) 'n lr > t riinnlnc , lint unrLlnir > rwInif
rnnrhlneurrr nfTi-rc.l. IJdbV Hli.Mltllll I R < UIU1r.VKU ,
IIIAIIIIIIK "rllrtar ttf Ff l sJIithlnt Cat ! iru' . Jddrrn , i
SEARS , ROEBUCK & CO. , CHICAGO ,
W.N.U. OA1AI1A. No. 40 1900
Shot silk Is hardly the proper ma
terial for war balloons.
FfinnflforealPoneaRj-tcrniR , or rxrhnnvo , In In. ,
Acb.illnu.orri. 1) . J. Mullmll , Sioux City , Iowa.
Every woman Is a conundrum , but
there are some that a man doesn't
want to give up.
CA Kill IMS.
"Uro are the Nebraska Belling agents
for the Union Carbide Co. , manufac
turers of Calcium Carbide for malting
Acetylene Gas. Order your supplies
from us. Pacific Storage nnd Ware
house Co. , 91i-914 ; Jones St. , Omaha ,
lie who wishes to learn all his faulta
must become poor.
The sign painter Is also a figure
Alnu.VH Holflull ,
"Let me toll you n strange story of
human nature , " said a member of the
cabinet to u correspondent of a Chicago
cage paper recently. "For nearly four
years now I have sat at this desk. In
that time I have seen nearly all the
members of the senate and thu house
of representatives. They have been
here , ono after another , some ot them
many times. But you will be surprised
when I tell you that not a single call
have I ever had from a senator or
representative on any other errand
than one of selfishness. Every last
ono of them comes here to asic some
thing for himself or for one of his
constituents , which amounts to the
same thing. Not one of them has
over come to see me to talk about
legislation , politics , or public business.
It is always and forever appointments ,
patronage , jobs , favors. "
I.u mi cy In Irnlmul.
The latest official report on lunacy
in Ireland shows that mental disor
ders are still increasing there. The ag
gregate number of patients In the hos
pitals for mental diseases is the high
est on record , whereas the estimated
population is the lowest In recent
years. The average number of the
Insane per 100,000 of the population has
increased from 250 In 1S80 to. 4GO
in 1U99. Of the deaths in hospitals
for tno insane , consumption Is re
turned as the cause In 2S.-1 per cent.
"Where there's a will there's always
ono or moro lawyer * .
The art of society Is dissimulation.
Instructions to Conger inHIE Doaliugs
with Oliina Soon to fce Sent.
AN OBJECTION TO PRINCE TUAN
Itutirrlnl Government nt I'ckln Notified
Thnt Appointment of Itluoily lloxer U
TJiuU'slriiblo Hiul Miiy llcimlt In Stop
WASHINGTON , Sept. ? S. Minister
Conger has been advised by the State
department ot the substance of the
replica nado by this government last
Friday to the governments of Ger
many , Russia nnd China , respecting
China , which clearly Indicates to him
the general nature of the Instructions
he Is to receive. Moreover , by this
time he Is Informed of the orders Is
sued to General Chaffee to reduce his
force to a legation guard. The note
to China specifically pointed out the
lines on which this government will
issue Us Instructions to Us minister.
The document Itself Is In course of
final aproval , Acting Secretary 11111
having completed the draft some clays
ago and forwarded It to the president.
It was the belief of the State depart
ment late this afternoon that the ac
tual transmission of the Instructions
would bo carried out vey soon , proba
bly within the next twelve hours. It
Is said that the text of the Instruc
tions will not be given publicity at
present for diplomatic reasons , but
there Is no concealment of the pen-
cm ! scope of the document , which Is
on the lines laid down In the three
In this connection It Is said at tlio
State department that Mr. Conger will
put these negotiations In motion with
out any purpose of acting for any
government other than the United
States , although the government stead
ily keeps In mind that the United
States Is but one of the several na
tions mutually Interested In obtaining
a common end and it Is hoped that the
effect of Mr. Conger's milking a be
ginning toward negotiations may lie
to Induce other powers to follow. This
government has never assumed to lay
clown any mandate as to the course to
be followed by all or any of the other
It Is believed that the State de
partment already has taken steps
through Minister Wu to Impress upon
the Chinese government the undeBlnv
blllty of the appointment of Prince
Titan ns grand secretary and the pain
ful Impression this appointment has
created throughout this country. The
effect of his appointment , If persisted
In , It Is said , might be to , retard seri
ously the final negotiations , or in fact
any negotiations at all.
The government feels that It Is
much reinforced in its present posi
tion by the note from LI Hung Chang
In which hp gave positive assurance
to the United States that he had suffl-
clent authority to protect all Ameri
can interests and would cee that this
authority was exercised. The govern
ment now Jooks upon this assurance
as a guarantee which must bo faith
fully performed as a condition prcce
dent to even the establisnmcnt of re
lations with Ll and Prlnco Chlng. If
the appointment of Titan promises to
obstruct the performance of this
pledge In any manner , then It would
be clearly violatlve of the guarantee
laid down and would wairant the Im
mediate withdrawal of Mr. Conger
from further relations with the Chi
nese envoys. So It appears that much
more depends upon what Tuan docs
than upon what ho has clone.
FiiMorul of ( leu. Piilini-r.
SPRINGFIELD , 111. , Sept. 28 Un
der leaden skies and with cold ralu
falling the remains of General John
McAuley Palmer , soldier , statesman ,
jurist and writer , were laid away In
the cemetery at Carllnvllle. All the
state offices were closed and flugs on
the state house and all public build
ings floated at half mast. Funeral ser
vices at the residence were brief , con
sisting only of prayers , hymns by u
quartet and the reading of Christ's
sermon on the mount , which was a
favorite passage with the decease1 !
rfnfHBB mid SupplloH for .Moulin.
PORTLAND , Ore. , Sept. 28. The
transport Thyra sailed for Manila to
day with COO horses and mules and
n large cargo of hay and grain. The
Thyrn will touch at Hllo. where ttm
animals will bo put ashore for a few
days' rest. '
I.lciitnmnl Duiiimr Killed.
WASHINGTON , D. C. , Sept. 28. A
dispatch from General Mat-Arthur.
dated at Manila , today , reports thn
death of Second Lieutenant .lamos ] J.
Danner , Twenty-eighth United States
volunteer Infantry , caused by the ac
cidental discharge of a pistol.
OnKtroyg nil I own Town.
CLARINDA. la. , Sept. 28 A cyclone -
clone nearly destroyed Sharps , a small
town east of hero. The depot , two
churches and half a dozen dwellings
were all blown down. The storm also
Btruck New Market , a larger town ,
demolishing a few small houses.
Sllpr n Iliinkrupt.
CHICAGO , 111. . Sept. 2 > S. George SI-
lor. the prize fight referee , and Lou M.
Houseman , the boxing exhibition man
ager. both filed petitions In bankrupt
cy here today. Slier Hchjcliiled liabil
ities of JC.130 and Houseman of $5.-
7S3. Their combined assets were put
at ? 100.
llrlcl.ui Klnu- Will
PARIS. Sept. 28. "From a source
worthy of confidence , " says the Courier
tin Solr. "wo learn that the king of
the Belgians Intends to nhdlc-ato bo
for the close of the present Itolglnn
parliament , in favor of the princes of
"King Leopold counts confidently
upor the result of his notion bolnp
the sluicing of the quarrtis of the ri
val purtloB , which would then unite
to observe tlio conditions of the now
LAST MOVE OF RUSSIA.
It tun or Hint Ciur Now 1'r opinion to
Dlocliutlr ChlncMt Nitrnl 1'orln.
WASHINGTON' , Sept. 20. The re
port from St. Petersburg , said to have
been made on the authority of the
Ituaslnn navnl staff , t..at , owing to the
hoatllo nttltmlo of the Chinese lleet
at Shnngnnl , Russia proposes to
blockade the Chinese "naval ports , "
created much Interest nt the navy de
partment and in government circles
generally today. As tncro IB no state
ment to tiie effect that It IB to bo pre
ceded by a declaration , It Is assumed
the blocKade proponed under the
designation In International law of
"pacific blockade. "
A Pacific blockade IB considered
something of an anomaly , and though
Us JtiBtlhcntlon Is not recognized by
Homo writers on International law , It
has bc.cn lesorted to on several occa
sions during the last century and the
majority of writers now recognize It
us a niciiHiiro of constraint snort of
war. It has been Instituted some
times by the Joint action of novel-ill
powers , sometimes of a single power
In seine eases , against all vessels , and
In other cases the vessels of the na
tion concerned , The penalties have
generally been'the seizure and confis
cation of the cargo and property of
the offending nat.ion , or seizure and
detention. The legal procedure of a
legal blockade Is DO unsettled as to
the attitude of the blockodcrs toward
the vessels of states not concerned
that their course has varied In almost
The first pacific * blockade over Insti
tuted was In 18117 , when the coasts
of Ctreccc , then nominally subjec-t to
Turkey , wore blockaded by the 12ng-
llsh , French and Husslan squadrons.
New Granada was blockaded by ling-
land In 1SCC , Mexico by France In
1S38 , La Plata by Franco in 1838-10 ,
the Greek ports by England In 1S50 ,
the coasts of Formona by Franco In
1SSI , Greece by Great IMrtain , Ger
many , Austria , Italy and Russia In
1SSG and Crete In 1897 by the six pow
ers of Europe.
When Formosa was blockaded by
Franco In 1881. the blockade was In
tended to Include neutral vessels as
liable to capture and condemnation ,
despite the fact that Franco had not
assumed the attitude of a bollgoront.
Thin position wan assumed because
France continued to coal at Hong
Kong. England refused on this occa
sion to adniit that under the circum
stances that France had the right to
capture and condemn neutrals.
In 1807 when ho European powers
blot-leaded Crete the flhlps of neutrala
wore allowed lo enter and discharge
cargoen , provided they were not In
tended for the uao of Greek troops In
the Interior. Previous to that , In 1887 ,
the Institute do Drolt International
aodpted n declaration to the effect
that a pacific blockade was only per-
mlsHablo on condition that vessels
under foreign Hags could freely enter
blockaded ports and that vessels of
the offending nation which might be
sequestered when the blockade ceased
should be restored to their owners
CAPT. fntDf.ltICK DENT SHARP.
Well Known ICx-OHlurr of tlio Army
Tiikrx an OvonloKn nf Itroinlilr.
KANSAS CITY , Mo. , Sept. 28.
Captain Frederick Dent Sharp , U. S.
A. , retired , cousin of General Ulysses
S. Grant , died today In this city from
an overdose of bromide , taUen for the
purpose of relieving nervousness and
pain. Captain Sharp was totally blind
and It Is supposed that he had been
unable to properly gauge the quantity
of the drug.
Captain Sharp was appointed to the
regular army by President Grant dur
ing his first ndmlnistatlon. Ills moth
er and JUrs , Grant wore sisters. Ho
saw hard service on the frontier and
was stationed for several years at Fort
In'lSfltihe was promoted to the rank
of captain of company II , Twentieth
Infantry , the regiment with which ho
served from the time he entered the
army. During the later vcarn of his
milltay service he was stationed with
tin1 regiment at Fort Leavenworth ,
where his family lived.
Work nt C.iilvrHlon.
OALVESTON , Sept. 29. The rc-
recclpts of cotton today were 0.000
bales. The grain receipts are only
moderate. Seventeen hundred men
are working along the wharves and
1.-100 arc clearing away the debris.
There Is need for as many more.
Corpses are being foi'ml dally and
burned. Tnc nuinuur Discovered Is
twenty-five a day.
Forces In Olilnii.
VIENNA , Sept. 28. Trc > admiralty
has received a dispatch from Taku
giving the strength of th-i forces land
ed there by the allied powers as fol
Austrian -lO-I , German 8.178 , Hrltlsh
S.353 , American r.C08 , French ti,57G ,
Italian 2..ri-M , Russian 20,93-1 , Japan
ese 12,570 ; total , C8,2iJ3.
Continue * to I
WASHINGTON , Sept. 29. The- pop
ulation of the city of Spokane , Wash. ,
as officially announced today , Is : For
1900. 30,818 ; 1890 , 19.922. These fig
ures show for the city as a whole an
Increase In population of 10,926 , or
81.9G per cent from 18)0 ! ) to 1900.
llnlf tin * Cokn OVCIIH Clour.
CHARLESTON , W. Va. , Sept. 29.
Fifty per cent of the .100 coke ovens
in McDowell and Meyer county have
been put out of blast in the last week ,
throwing out of employment 1,500 men.
This Is said to be due to the dull mar
ket for the product.
RAPID CITY. S. D. , Sept. 29. The
record of cattle shipments for the
Black HlllB has been broken by Cortln
Morse of this city , who Is now con
sidered the cattle king of this part
of the ranges. On Sunday he shipped
from Ilrcnnan thirty carloads of
Bloora , on Monday sixteen , and on
Tuesday twenty moro carloads , mak
ing in all sixty-six carloads , or six
trains. Moreo owns the largest herds
in this part of the Hills. His yearly
income from his cattle is about $ lee -
000. A few years ago lie wna a cow
boy oil the ranges , working for a sal
It Is hnrd for ono ( ot base parentage
to personate a king' without overact
ing his part ,
Men who spoil Mblos and build air
castles Indulge In-fancy.
FITSlVrm.itirni'jr Cuml , r.ofitnori.rvTotti'nriMaflrr
flmt d y' n "t IIP , KMnt'n Ulcul Xtrvc hr t irr.
Prnil fur Flt.r.1' : BU.im tiUI 'iiittlr mil ! ! iratl .
Int. U. II. Kl.1.11 , lUI.V3t Atx-UHt. , 1 hllailclt hla , I' < u
A flddlo Is a violin and an Inferior
hotel Is also a vile Inn.
Cnrtfr * * Ink In tlio
tiost Ink tlmt cun bo miule. It coiU you no
wore than poor niun not ill to wilto with.
A dog's tall , like the heart of n tree ,
is farthest from the bark.
The Ktomnch hns to orU hnrd , KrlmlltiR the
food wo crowd Ililo It. Mulco Us work eusy by
Dcemiui's 1'ciislu Uvim.
People who pose as practical jokers
arc apt to Joke once too often.
If you have not tried Magnetic Stait-h
try It now. You will then use no other.
Many of the most troublesome tlslugn
In Ufa spring from wrong Inferences.
I do not believe rise's Cure for Consumption
lins un o-iuul for rouitbH uiul coMn. JOMK V
ilOTEit. Trinity Surlnca. Ind. . Feb.f \ > . 1UOU.
Many a straightforward man Is oc
casionally to bo scon on pleasure bent.
, .Tolt-O , tliu Nmr Donor t ,
pleases all the family. Four flavors :
Lemon , Orange , Raspberry and Straw
berry. At your grocers. 10 cts. Try
Two men who are half-witted may
have un understanding between them.
Mr * . AVInuhiw'n Sootlilnu Syrup ,
ForchlMti'ti tcollilmt , coftotmtlir itnms , roclnros In-
UaimiiuUunalluyiiiainuuro.4 wlml colic. lUiiuloHli >
There Is always room at the top ,
but the careless youth never reaches
Magnetic Starch is the very best
laundry starch In the world.
Lean dogs growl moro tl an fat qncs.
licit for din Itnwrlih
No matter what alia you , hcndarho
to , a cancer , you will never got well
until your bowels arc put right.
CASCARKTS help nature , euro you
without u grlpo or pain , produce easy
natural movements , cost you Just 10
ccnls to start getting your health back ,
CASCARETS Candy Cathartic , the
genuine , put up In metal boxes , every
tablet has C. C. C. stamped oil It Beware -
ware of Imitations.
A woman's age Is an Imaglnory quan
llow.tro of uintim'uU for Ciitnrrh Tlmt
Contain Mnrc.ury ,
As nicrniiy will mircly ilCKtroy the srmo of
\vhoii mitatliiK It throiiK'Utliu IIIUCOIIN mirfnci'K.
Such tirtlclpH should nnvor 1 > tifcutl oxoopt on
Iirchcrlpllnns from ruinilublo nhyNluliiiis , untlio
iliumiKO tlipy will do IN tenfold to tint K" d you
run possibly drrlvo from them. IliiU'N C'litn'rrh
l'uru. inunufuuttm-il by F. .1. Chanciy & Co. ,
Toledo , O. , contains no morriiry , mid Is tulccn
Intm-milly , iiotltiK dlrcrtly upon the blood nnd
muooiiH MirfiUTs ot the jiytaum. In buying
Hull's Ciiturrh Cure bomiroyouucttliOKomilnu.
It IK taken In lurnully , and iniido In Toledo , Ohio.
byF. .1. Clicnuy&Co. TustliiionluUfruu. 3olJ
by UriiKtflHts , iirlco 7Bo per bottlo.
lIull'H Family 1'llls are the bust.
As a rule the man who talks loudest
in an argument is In the wrong.
To noirlort tlio Imlr l to lonn 5oulli nnO comclliieu.
tiiiva It with I'AIIKKII'N HAIII HALHAII.
lllNDKIICOII.NK , ILO Lu > t CUIC I0f Cums. 13ct > .
If you would luivo a good servant
select neither a friend nor a relative.
Beware of the bottle especially If it
is broken and you arc a blcyulo rider.
WHAT IS WHEAT-O ?
It Is an Abfiolutcily Pure Health
Food , prepared byta Steel Cut process
that removes nil Indlsostlblc ! parts of
the wheat and retains the nutritious
strength-giving parts , which render
this food very easily digested and as
easily cooked. When served with sugar
and cream you have a most delicious
and palatable article. Wheat-O Is
made of choice wheat , thoroughly
cleansed and purified , and Is especially
recommended for children and nil thoao
who may bo troubled with dyspepsia ,
constipation , or headache. It keeps
the well healthy , makes the weak
strong , and as a nerve food it la un-
emialod. All teed croccrs sell It.
High angel-fire Is that from guns at
all clov&tloms beyond llftcon degrees.
Try Magnetic Starch H will last
longer than any other.
I believe there arc hearts that could
Use Magnetic Starch It Has no equal.
Thus far in 1900 England has Im
ported 19 per cent less foreign grain
than In 1899.
Grain-0 is not a stimulant , like
coffees. It is a tonic and its effects }
A successful substitute for coffee ,
because it has the coffee flavor that
Lots of coffee substitutes in the
market , but only ono food drink
; 15c. nndSSc.
Many \vomnn , fitclc nncl
weary of life , dragged down by
weakening drains , pnllmil ir-
rcgnlnritics.dcpr''S'ilon , nntl the
hundred and one ailments
which affect women only , 1ms
found in IVriMia n bright ntar
of hope , which has changed
her misery to joy , her KufTcr-
liig to health. *
No woman need differ front
the cleningcincntn peculiar to
her r.ex , if phe wjll give Po-ru-
nn n fair trial. >
The majority of weaknesses
which make woman's life n
burden , spring from n simple
cmisc. The mucoua membrane
which lines the pelvic organo
become ! ) weakened nucl in
flamed owing to strain , cold ,
overwork , etc. This cnunea
cntnrrhnl congestion , inflam
mation , painful Irregularities ,
depression of npirits. Irritabil
ity , weakness mul suffering. It
shows in thu haggaicl lines of
the face , the dull eyes , the fiallow
Complexion nncl angular fonn.
1 lpor thn prompt euro of nuclt ull-
montntry ro-ni-nn. Jtclrlvcurtway
"tho blues , " clunri ) the complexion ,
lirllilciui | the cyoschatiKi--n thin-
iirnntopliimpnpns.undcurotipiiln. ) ,
iioln-i nnd drnliia , bcctiusc it fmmo-
illntoly Htrlkosnt the root of oucl )
ti oubluil nnd romovoa tbo cnneo.
1'oru frco copy of
Health and Beauty"
innn Hnnltnrlutn , Cnlumliui , Ohio.
' 1'lin rnnlvortli of
our V3.OO mill * 8IJ.1U >
lMF > icnmnarrvlcli
l Wrt.OO. W am the
UrRfit nmVcri oiM mailer ,
of mrn'n t.1.Uiml 11.N ) thor
In jliovuiild.V < MM kc nt.l
nil lntiri $1.00 mil .1..V )
.li'Ki than stir olhrr two
uiiuuUcturora In the U. U.
lu 1U7U. jn
do you pay $1 to
$5 Tor HIOCS ) when , you
Nliocs ft , * $3 and
Your dmlfr liouM keep tlicmi wo clro ono dealer
srlunrn mlo In ch tovrn.
1'iiUe nil ttit llllit < ; t Inilil on hnvlnr W. I. .
Donglm tlinra wllli ninin nnj price ilaniiwl oa Ijollonu
It yonr.dralcr will not Ret Ihtm lor jou , xncl illrrcl to
factory jnclndnff rriro anil lie. utra for carringe.
Htalrklndof Icathrr.alir.ond wMUi , plainer cnii toa.
Our theca will mii-li you ony whm. Calaluaut trtt. I
W. I. DOUGLAS SHOE CO. , Brockton ,
Leave Omaha 5 05 p. in. ; arrive St.
Louis 7 ; 00 a. m.
WHERE ARE YOU COING ?
MANY SPfCIAl RATES EAST 08 SOU1II.
TrnhiB leave Union Station Dally for
Kansas City , Qulncy , St. Louln and all
points Kast or South. Half Rates to
( I'lus $2.00) ) many ( southern points on
1st anil 3rcl Tuesday of Kach month.
All Information at City Ticket OlHco ,
1-115 Karnam Street ( Paxton Hotel
Dlk. ) or write
HARRY E. MOORES.
City Passonnor and Ticket Agent ,
' NEW DISCOVERY ; Rlvos
quick relief anil euros worn !
llMik nf tcHilniunlalu nnil lu lUYK' trontrueat
lilt. II. II. Ulll.rK'H ECIH8 , llm I ! , Alltata , Ua.
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tuUr drum & Co , TJI Aduiiit hx | > , llldK. , Ulilcago.
Tells nil about Winchester Rifles
, Shotguns , and Ammunition
Send name and address en a postal now. Don't delay if you jire interested.
WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.
iSoWINCHESTER AVENUE . . . . NU\V IIAVKN , CONN.
2,000 Bu. of Grain Five Cents
In Flno Condition to IVUiUo Nlonoy.
Send for Frco Hook , "Successful Speculation. "
J. K. COTflSTOCK & CO. , Traders Bldg. , CHICAGO.
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