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One "Wife and Three Husbands.
Lizzie Arlderson , of Erie , Pa. , agei
37 , was married thrpo times , and ye
was not legally separated from an ;
of her husbands. Death brought then
together , and they shook hands silent
ly over her coffin. She met and mar
rled-Jesse Samson when but a youni
girl , but eloped with Moses Arm
strong. Soon afterward she left bin
and was wedded to Noah Anderson
The husbands were sworn enemies ani
never spoke. No legal proceeding
were taken and the matter never go
Into the courts. Then she got sic !
and was thought to be dying. She ral
lied , but again had a relapse. She diei
last week. Then it was that the thre
men met at her coffin. Samson stretch
ed out his band slowly , and they al
A Cartoon Saved Ills Life.
Several weeks ago an abeess devel
oped in the stomach of "Willian
Thorpe , a resident of Quantico , Md
The growth so weakened him tha
physicians feared to use the knife an
patient was slowly dying. A few day
ago he saw a Philadelphia paper i :
which there was a cartoon making fu :
of Senator Quay , of Pennsylvania
Thorpe laughed and Immediately
stream of blood gushed from hi
mouth. The doctor happened to ca ]
ijust then , and after examining Thorp <
declared that the abcess had broke :
and that the patient would now ge
A DOCTOR THIS TIME ,
Portland , May Cth. Dr. E. A. Ros <
a practising physician , formerly c
Yates Center , Kans. , was on wha
everyone supposed was his deal
bed. He had-Diabetes , and six c
his brother doctors were in attend
ance and consultation at his bedsid
They had done everything that med
cal skill could suggest to save his lift
but they were at last reluctantly force
to tell him that he must prepare fc
His aunt had been summoned to hi
dying bedside. After the doctors ha
given her nephew up , she insisted the
as a last resort , he be given a treat
ment of Dodd's Kidney Pills.
From the very first dose , the tid
turned in his favor. His life wa
saved , and he is hale and hearty tc
day.This cas e and its cure has amaze
the physicians , and is the sensation c
the hour. It is interesting to not
that while many others are bein
cured this great discovery in medi
cine , the physicians themselves ar
among the first to benefit , and tha
while the simpler and more prevalen
for.ms , such as Rheumatism , Sciaticj
Bladder and Urinary Trouble and Fe
male Weakness disappear before ii
the more malignant forms , such a
Bright's Disease , Diabetes and Dropsj
Y which have always been regarded a
incurable , are yielding just as easilj
Dodd's Kidney Pills are fast super
ceding all other treatment for Kidne
Disease , and as nearly all human sick
ness and suffering has its origin in th
Kidneys , the use of this wonderfu
medicine is becoming almost universal
The Lily's "Dream. "
Mrs. Langtry's English house i
Chelsea is described as "a dream c
beauty. " The flooring of the drawin
room "has been taken up and replace
by white marble , and everything 1
done on the same splendid scale. Th
furniture and decorations are said t
have cost more than § 10,000.
For Good Roads.
"We want good roads , " which ha
so long been the slogan of the Leagu
of American Wheelmen , is now to b
taken up by the Automatic club c
America. The movement is to be for
mally launched at a banquet to be hel
at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel , Nei
York , on the evening of April 18 , whe
the list of guests will include the sec
retary of war , the governors of th
states of New York and New Jersey
the New York engineer , the state com
inissioner of roads for New Jersey an
the director general of the Pan-Amei
The Oldest Doctor.
The oldest duly qualified physicia
in the world resides at Carlsbad in th
person of Callus Ritter von Hochbsi
ger , M. D. , imperial and royal cour
selor of the Austrian court. He wa
born on October 15 , 1803 , and , then
fore , is years old. He has been i
practice for seventy-four years and sti
gives medical advice.
To Be Enlarged Defore the First of Jul ;
Make 6.000 Fairs Daily.
W. L. Douglas is going to increas
the capacity of his factory to 6OC
pairs of shoes per day. The additio
will add 16,000 square feet of space fc
manufacturing purposes. At the sam
time a new 400 horse-power engine an
an additional 150 horse-power boile
will be installed , which will afford ade
quate power for the present and ai
"other addition to the factory , whic
will no doubt be necessary later 01
When the factory starts up the fin
of July it will be on an output of 5C
dozen or 6,000 pairs of shoes per da ;
and the weekly pay roll , exclusive e
office help , superintendent , foremei
etc. , will be § 22,000 per week. Th
Douglas salesmen on the road are sel
ing 25 per cent more goods than las
season. The increased sales is the d :
rect result of good shoemaking and < s
tensive advertising. The advertisin
expenditure of Mr. Douglas is no1
larger than at any period of his bus
ness , and this Is to be still further ir
creased. Beginning this week hall
page advertisements of the Dougla
shoe will appear in all the principi
newspapers of the large cities , as we
as such papers as the Youth's Compar
Ion. Brockton , Mass. , Times.
Peculiarities are certain traits whi (
your neighbor has which are differei
from your own traits.
THE- LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Latest Quotation * from South Onoal
and Kansas City.
Cattle There was a fairly liberal ri
o cattle , and owing to unfavorable r
ports from other points trade started o
a llttlo slow and packers In some cas
tried to buy their supplies a little lowc
but the market soon braced up and pac'
era paid Just about steady prices. The
were about 60 cars of beef steers Includi
in the receipts and except for the llr
round the market was steady and activ
The more desirable kinds sold readily
yesterday's quotations , and even the cor
inoncr grades sold without much troub
at what looked to be steady prices. 1
has been the case for some time pat
there were not many cows and heifers <
sale. Buyers seemed to want the catt
and although the trade was a little slo
in starting. It ruled fairly active and Ju
about steady later on. Bulls also sold
just about yesterday's notches , and tl
same could be said of veal calves ai
stags. Stockers and feeders eased off
little. The high prices of the last f
days have rather shut off the demai
from the country and as a result spe
ulators did not care for any more catt
at the fancy prices paid yesterday ai
the day before. In some cases sales we
made that looked as much as 10..15c low
than the same kind sold for yesterday ai
the day before. The common cattle we
neglected and also sold lower.
Hogs Today's hog market was a b
nickel higher than yesterday. The qur
ity of the offerings was better than ye
terday , which makes the market she
up on paper 67c higher. The supp
was liberal , but the demand was -ful
equal to the occasion and trade was acti
at the advance. Practically everything c
fered was out of first hands by 9 o'cloc
The bulk of the mixed hogs " > ld at $5 ,
and $5.72 ! . The heavier and better grad
sold largely at $5.73 , while the light ai
common stuff sold from ? 3.671/4 down.
Sheep There were not manv sheep i
the market. Followintr are quotation
Choice wethers , $4.2504.55 ; fair to go
wethers , $1.00@-1.25 ; clipped wethers , $1.X (
4.25 ; fair to good clipped wethers , $3.7 ;
4.00 ; choice lightweight yearlings , $4.4 (
4.65 ; fair to good yearlings , $4.25@4. <
clipped yearlings. $4.154.35 ; choice Hgl
weight ewes , $email@example.com ; fair to good ej\ * (
$3.50ff4.00 ! ; clipped ewes , SS.25ffi3.75 ; chol
lambs , $4.90Cia.OO ; fair to good lambs , $ i.C ;
4.90 ; clipped lambs $4.20 UO ; spri :
lambs , $5.50@G.50 ; feeder wethers. $3.51
4.00 ; feeder lambs , $4.00'G'4.40. '
Cattle Market active , but general
steady to lOc lower * : choice native steei
J5.15S5.40 ; fair to _ good , $firstname.lastname@example.org ; stocke
and feeders. $3.S5@5.25westernfed steci
$4.CO@5.00 ; Texans and Indians , $email@example.com
cows , $3.3504.50 ; heifers. $firstname.lastname@example.org ; bul
$3.403T4.50 ; calves , $4.0006.00.
Hogs Market 5@7c higher ; top. $5.S7'
bulk of sales , $email@example.com ; heavy , $5.SI
3.87 ; mixed packers , $5.70@o.SO ; light , $5
( 5.75 ; pigs. $4.25 ( < F5.30.
Sheep and Lambs Choice lambs , stead
sheep , slow ; common grades , lOc lowe
western lambs , $4.7545.09 ; common
good. $firstname.lastname@example.org ; clipped Texas sheep , $3
< ? ? 4.10 ; western ewes , $3.7504.40 ; culls , $2
03.50 ; spring lambs , $email@example.com.
WORK BEGINS IN MANILA.
Philippine Commission Inaugurates Cii
Government Procedure There.
MANILA , May 4. Civil governmei
in Manila was established today as
preliminary to the inauguration of
general civil government. The Unit (
States Philippine commission is ui
willing at present to permit the e :
periment of elections here , althou §
they have been authorized in all oth
municipalities. Judge Taft says
municipal structure for Manila wi
shortly be erected. The officers wi
probably be appointive. Lepanto ai
possibly all the other uncivilized pro
inces will be organized specially on
plan similar to that adopted in tl
province of Bengali.
The board of health has complet <
the census of Manila. The populatic
The trial of Lieutenant Bbye
charged with commissary irregular
ties , has been completed. The ve
diet has not been announced. Tl
trial of Captain Barrows , also charg <
with commissary irregularities , begii
PRESIDENT BUftT EXPLORES.
He and Clark to Inspect the Proposi
Extension to the Coast.
SALT LAKE CITY , Utah , May 4.-
President Horace G. Burt of the Ui
ion Pacific and General Manager 'J
0. Clark of the Union Pacific Co
company arrived here this mornin
in Mr. Burt's private car. They le
ttis evening for Uvada , where tht
will meet General Manager Bancro
and General Superintendent Calvin i
the Short Line. After inspecting tl
line and inevstigating the work thi
has been done in track laying on tl
recently contested grade , the par !
will proceed in all probability by waj
on over the route to be taken by tl
Short Line in its extension to tl
coast A visit to the coal fields i
the vicinity of Cedar City also is
Joseph A. Glenning of Chicago cor
mtited suicide by throwing himself u :
derneath a freight train in the Lai
Shore yards at Collinwood , O. Gle
ning was between GO and 70 years o
and a veteran of the civil war.
Shoots at Her Four Times.
NEBRASKA CITY , Neb. , May 4.
A maiupvho gave his name as H. .
Simmons of Shenandoah , Ta. , was a
rested upon the charge of shootii
with intent to kill. Mrs. Sidney Boi
states'that Simmons accosted h
while she was standing in front of h
house and upon her refusal to a
swer his question , he drew a revolv
and fired at her four times , but t
ohots were wild and none of the bi
lets took effect.
Don't strike your neighbor while ho
ic hot ; he might burn you.
If You Hove Dyspepsia
Ecnd no money , but write Dr. Sboop , UacIne.Wls.
liox 143 , for six bottles of Dr. Bhoop'n Heetorntlvc
express pa'd. If cured , pay IS.50 If not , it IB free.
There are 16,000 policemen in Lon
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing : Syrnp.
for children teethingeoftcna the gums , reduces IB
flaminatlon , allaya pain , cures wind colic. 23caiottle
People who ask "time" for theii
debts don't care to spend it In jail.
Ask your grocer for DEFIANCE
STARCH , the only 16 oz. package foi
10 cents. All other 10-cent starch con
tains only 12 oz. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
Where they pay attention to the lit
tle things in the orphan asylum.
Are You Interested In the Northwest ?
Cut out this advertisement , mention
paper in which it appeared.enclose with
lOc in silver to address given and
Home and Garden , illustrated , month
ly , will be sent you free for one year.
Regular price , 50c. Address Home and
Garden , Newspaper Row , St. Paul ,
For Health nnd Decency. _
Disregard for the law against ex
pectorating in public conveyances has
at last moved the New York health
department to action. Tuesday morn-
nig seventy officers of the department
in citizen's attire were detailed tc
travel all day in the ears of the various
companies throughout the city and on
all the ferry boats. They had orders
to arrest any person found violating
the ordinace. Before noon several men
were compelled to accompany
cers to a magistrate's court , where
they were fined and warned against a
repetition of the offense.
Guns. Heard Eighty-Four Miles.
An interesting matter , from a scien
tific point of view , in connection witti
the death of the queen is the distance
at which the sound of firing was heard
when the fleet saluted as the body was
conveyed from Cowes to Portsmouth.
Letters in the English journals oi
science show that the sounds of the
guns were heard in several places at
a distance of sixty miles , and that ai
a distance of sixty miles the concus
sions were sufficiently intense to shake
The Brainy Ogllvles.
Dr. Alexander Ogilvie , who , at the
age of 70 , has resigned the principal-
ship of Robert Gordon's college , Aber
deen , Scotland , is the youngest of foui
brothers who have made high reputa
tions as educators. The eldest , Dr ,
Joseph Ogilvie , is rector of the Church
of Scotland Training school , Aber
deen ; Dr. George Ogilvie was until
lately headmaster of George Watson's
college , Edinburg ; Dr. Robert Ogilvie
( deceased ) was senior inspector ol
schools. None of them was a minis
ter , but all were given the LL. D. de
gree by Aberdeen university.
Bored The Holes "With A Rifle.
A novel method of boring holes ir
a flat bar of iron was recently adopted
on a flat ship where a breakdown oc
curred. To repair the breakage it was
necessary to make bolt holes in the
square bar , and as the engineer was
without the appliances required foi
the purpose he marked the exact places
in chalk and then fired a 30-calibei
bullet through from a rifie.
Career and Character of Abraham Linco'n ' ,
An address by Joseph Choate , Am
bassador to Great Britain , on the ca
reer and character of Abraham Lincoli
his early life his early struggle :
with the world his character as de
veloped in the later years of his life
and his administration , which placet
his name so high on the world's roll o :
honor and fame , has been publishec
by the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railway ' d may be had by sending
six (6) cents In postage to F. A. Miller
General Passenger Agent , Chicago , 111 ,
There are no elevators in the hous <
UNITED STATES MARSHAL
Thanks Fsrisna For His Rapid Recovery
Frm Catarrh ,
EX-UNITED STATES MARSHAL MATTHEWS , OF MISSISSIPPI. . *
Hon. S. S. Matthews , ex-United States Marshal of Mississippi , in a recent
letter to The Peruna Medicine Company of Columbus , Ohio , written from
Hazelhurst , Miss. , says :
cured of catarrh and need no more
"I am happy to say that I am
attention from you. .It Is a great satisfaction that lam able to write
you that Peruna has in my case dons nil that you claim , and that
I will need no more medicine. "
Thousands Coins to Ctlifornlu.
Everything points to the extreme
likelihood that at least 25,000 will take
advantage of the low rates to San
Francisco which have been made for
the Epworth League meeting in that
city in July.
Never has a better opportunity of
visiting California presented itself.
Think of it ! For ? 25 you can buy a
ticket that will take you from Omaha
to San Francisco and back again , giv
ing you a chance to see the wonderful
scenery of Colorado and Utah , all the
famous cities and resorts of the West ,
at the time of year when they are at
their best. Correspondingly low rates
from all other points.
Wrtte to J. Francis , G. P. A. , Bur
lington Route , Omaha , Neb. , for
folder giving full information. It's
Tucked white satin is a charming
yoke material for early spring.
Good Health comes to those who
take the great herb blood purifier , Garfield -
field Tea ; it cleanses the system and
cures digestive disorders. All the drug
gists sell it.
The silk foundation skirts of all
summer gowns as yet shown are cut
in the circular shape.
Tt is foolish to worry today if you
can put it off until tomorrow.
Shirrings will be worn extensively
It doesn't take an artist to draw a
perfectly natural long breath.
The great multitude take this romc-
cdy without any other advice than the
directions to bo found upon the bottle
and In the pamphlets. There uro these
who prefer , however , to correspond
with Dr. Hartman during their sick
ness. To all such ho will make prompt
and careful answer without charge.
Hon.'J. F. Crooker of Buffalo , N. Y. ,
who was for years Superintendent of
Schools at Buffalo , in a letter dated .Oc
tober 16 , writes :
" / have been a sufferer from ca
tarrh SIX Or mii | E
seven years , |
and after !
trying many ]
remedies was\ \
induced by a'
friend to takcl
Peruna. Th e\ \
satisfactory. I :
take pleasure3 Hon. j. P. crooiter.
, r .3 Supt. Buffalo , N. Y. -
in recommend- Public schools , c
ing Peruna tO 3m MTmTTrrrTTrrrTTTTTrrnt
any one suffering with catarrh ,
as my case is complete. "
Hon. B. B. Doviner , Congressman
from West Virginia , in a letter from
Washington , D. C. , to The Peruna Med
icine Co. , says the following of theic
catarrh remedy , Peruna :
"I Join with my colleagues in the
House of Representatives In recom
mending your excellent remedy , Pe
runa , as a good tonic and also an ef
fective cure for catarrh. "
Mrs. Mary C. entress writes from :
Paradise , Tex. , the following : "I
think I can say that your good advlco
and medicine has cured me of chronic
catarrh. I have had no pains in my
head since I have taken Peruna , I
have been in bad health ever since
' 59 , and have taken a good many med
icines which were only of temporary
relief. Peruna is the catarrh cure. The
Peruna stopped my catarrh of the head
so that it did not become chronic , and
I am very thankful for Dr. Hartman's
advlco and medicine. "
Peruna is a specific for all catarrhal
diseases. It acts quickly and bene
ficially upon the inflamed mucous
membrane , thus removing the cause of.
Catarrh is catarrh -wherever located.
Catarrh is essentially the same every
where. The remedy that will euro ca
tarrh in one situation will euro it in
If you cio not derive prompt and sat
isfactory results from the use of Pe
runa , write at once to Dr. Hartman ,
giving a full statement of your case
and he will be pleased to give you his
valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman , President oC
The Hartman Sanitarium , Columbus , O.
For Top Trices Ship Your
G A 31 K A X It V O V Iff It Y
O. IV. Icltcu Company.
Batter , EKKB , Veal. Hldea and Furs. Potatoes.
Onions in Carload Lots.
.A. Jv .A.A. A.A.A.A. A.A.A. iA'A- i/V
FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS
Ins& upon having them , take no others and you will get the best shells that money can buy.
ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM.
The real worth of my 83.03 and j i.50 shoes compared with
other makes is 84.00 to 5.00. My 24.00 Gilt Edge Line cannot be
equalled at any price. JJest iu the world for men.
I make nml sell more nicn'ii fine Nhoe * , Goodyear
\VeIttIuiiil-Se\ve l Process ) , thai : any other manufac
turer In the worl l. I will pay § 1OOO to any one whoeun ,
prove that my statement is not true.
( Sinned ) W. I * . Donglnfl.
Take no * nb tltiite ! Insist on having W.L. Douglas shoes
with name and price stamped on bottom. Your dealer should
keep them ; I give one dealer exclusive salein each town. If
he does not keep them and will not Ret them for you , order
direct from factory , enclosing price and 25c. extra for carriage.
Over 1,000,000 satisfied wearers. New Spring Catalog free ,
-nst Color Eyelets csed exclusively. W. L DOUGLAS , Brockton , MaSS.
lI5nfnniinnSH5nilnnnSIS11HnlilfinlInitS5InS2 ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ] ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ] ! ! ? ! ! ! ! ? ! ! ? !
You know very well how you feel when your liver don't act. Bile collects in the blood , bowels become
constipated and your whole system is poisoned. A lazy liver is an invitation for a thousand pains and aches to
come and dwell with you. Your life becomes one long measure of irritability and despondency and bad feeling.
CASCARETS act directly , and in a peculiarly happy manner on the liver and bowels , cleansing , purifying ,
revitalizing every portion of the liver , driving all the bile from the blood , as is soon shown by increased appetite
for food , power to digest it , and strength to throw off the waste. , Be\A/ar of imitations !
.Jet swimmln' . " Washington
'I have been troubled , a great deal mail
rfor vrith a torpid liver , which produces constipa Tha *
tion. I found CASCARIiTS to DC all you
\i a claim for them , and secured such relief the hap.
sd first trial that I purchased another supply I ju
and was completely cured. I shall only bo
the too Glad to recommend Cascarets whenever
ring the opportunity Is presented. " J. A. SMITH. hat
SSOSusquohanna Ave. . Philadelphia , Pa.
< ely clat
ss nd "He did i * loickly and - * ° matically a d stcr
a BEST FOR BOWELS AND LIVER.
THIS IS JOc.
NEVER SOLD IN BULK.
THE TABLET DRUGGISTS
f"C GUARANTEED TO CUKE all Dovreltronblei , appendlcltli , lilllonincM ,
breath , bad blood , wind on the utomnch , bloated botvcU , foal raoath ,
after cntlncr , liver trouble , anllotv comer
headache. Indigestion , plmplec , pala *
g"T nnd dlzxlnei * . When yonr bowrelm donM ; move rernlarly yon are
than all other ca e
* ? * ? petting cick. Conitlpntlon ltlll more people
nllaient * and lonp years > orsncrerlnir thijt come
It U a ntarter Tor the chronic
n- vs CASCAKET8 today , for
" EaJTCcrwnrdi. . No matter what alls yon , start taking bowel
- all the time until yon put your *
will never et well and bewell
pr CA8CAKETS today , under an abtolute
yy ? rlsnt. Take oar advice ! tart with
r- Buairantec to cure or money refunded.
OTTAHANTEED TO CURE : Five year * aso the flr t box of CAS *
CARETS * sold. Now It U over tjx million boxe > a year , si-enter than any
similar medicine In the world. TBU Is absolute proof of prcat merit , nnd
our best tc tlmonlal. We have faith , and trill cll CASCA1CGTS absolutely
ffuarnntccd to care or money refunded. Go buy today , two SOc bose . elve
them a fair , honcxt trial , as per simple direction * , and If you arc not antiifled
after uslner one COc box , return the unused SOc box and the empty box to
u by mall , or the UrurcUt from whom you purchased It , and ret your money
back for both boxen. Takconrndvlce no matter-what alls yon start todny.
Health will qnlcklv follow and you will bless the dny yon flmt started the use
ofCJUSCAKETS. Uook free by mall. Add : STSELiaQ nESKOT CO. , S YorkorCaJras * .
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