The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19??, November 29, 1901, Page 4, Image 5

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Government Forces Lose Heav
ily in the Fighting.
Decisive Battle Likely to De Fought
at Monkey Hill Cemetery , Outside
the Capital Liberate Sorely In
Need of Ammunition ,
Colon , Colombia , Nov. 27. The
overdue tmHHcngcr train , with n mix-
rlno guard on board , Ima arrived hero.
The train brings IUJWH to the oftoct
tbnt ( lunonil Allmn , with about 300
Eovornmonl troops , bus crossed Ilur-
bacon brhlKo and In continuing his
march to Colon. Ho In now at Tavorn-
lltn , where bo IB resting. The llbural
forci-fl continue to retreat before him.
They oxplaln their retreat by saying
they have no nmmunltlon. All of the
fighting occurred ycutorday &t Bur
lirliluc. PuHfluneoru by the do
layed train assort that fully 100 con-
jK'rviitlvcR were killed and wounded
during the fighting thcro nnd that the
liberal losses were liiHlKiilllcant. The
liberals are now approaching Oatun
station , about flvo mllt'H from Colon ,
nnd It IB holloved a decisive engage
ment will probably be fought today at
Monkey 111111 romotory , distant oiui
mile from the llmltH of Colon ,
The traliiH which left hero yoslcr-
flay for Panama with the Iowa ma
rlnns and the passongcrH from the
steamer Orizllm were delayed In
transit , but reached Panama In Btifo-
ty. Ueportfl current hero thjit the
General Plnzon had bombarded Porto
Hello , have been found upon Investiga
tion to bo unreliable and not authen
Walt Till Snow Disappears Before
Proceeding With Negotiations.
Sofia , Bulgaria , Nov. 27. The brl-
garnis are determined to wait until
the dlflappearanco of the snow per
inltB them freedom of movements before
fore roHiinilng negotiations for the ru-
Icano of Miss Ellen M. Stone , the
American missionary , and Madame
Talllcn , her companion. The Impros
nlon which prevails among the best
Informed people hero IB that Mr. Dick
luson's departure for Constantinople
increases the dlfllcnlty of gaining the
confidence of the brigands and expu
riltlng a Bottloment of the rntiRou
Work of Pan-American Congress.
Mexico City , Nov. 27. The commit
tecs of the pan-American congress are
rapidly completing their work , -will
the exception of the arbitration com
inlttco and the commuted on com
niorco and reciprocity. The latter is
withholding action until It learns the
stand which President Roosevelt wll
take on the subject of reciprocity in
his forthcoming messngo to congress
The work of the arbitration committee
too is delayed by the dlfllcultloB of
the subject and the many conHlctlng
Interests which it is necessary to
Judge Dunne Hears Whole Story.
Chicago , Nov. 27. The habeas
orpu8 case of Andrew W. Lawrence
and H. S. Canfleld , convicted of con
tempt of court by reason of their re
sponslblllty for articles appearing In
Hearst's Chicago American , came before
fore Judge Dunne yesterday. The
day was occupied by Attorney Sam
uel Alschuler , acting for the editors
In reading to Judge Dunne a complete
report of the proceedings of the con
tempt case heard by Judge Hanccy a
fortnight ago.
Sea Gives Up Its Dead.
New York , Nov. 27. A dispatch
from Tom's River , N. J. , last night
says that live bodies have now washed
nshoro from the five barges stranded
along the coast. Four of the barges
have gone to pieces. The fifth lies
out on the bar , tossing about and
pounding. She will probably break
up In a day or two. Only two men
have been saved from the flvo barges ,
fcut no ono at Tom's River knows
Jiow many were drowned.
Studebaker Is Dying.
South Bend , Ind. , Nov. 27. Clement
Studebaker rested comfortably last
night , but In spite of this his condi
tion is extremely critical. It is evi
dent that ho is much weaker. Mr.
Studebaker last evening surprised his
physicians by recovering conscious-
DOBS and recognizing the members of
his family. This period , however ,
lasted only eight minutes and the end
Is in sight.
.Semple Jury Unable to Agree.
Philadelphia , Nov. 27. After delib
erating for nearly 30 hours , the Jury
in the cuss of John L. Semple , the
Camden lawyer who was tried in the
United States district court hero ,
charged with aiding and abetting
counterfeiters , was unable to agree
and was discharged by Judge MePher-
Two More Deaths From Tetanus.
Camden , N. J. , Nov. 27. Two more
deaths from tetanus following vacci
nation were recorded in this city yes
terday , making a total of nine deaths
from that disease during the past
three weeks. Yesterday's victims \roro
Ada Heath , aged 13 years , and Gcorgi-
ana Overby , aged 9 years.
Predict Severe Winter Abroad.
London , Nov. 27. Danish meteorol
ogists predict a severe winter , with
great cold. Snowstorms have oc
curred in Belgium and Spain , with
eelous interruption to railroad traf
fic. The temperature In Spain Is
lower than In several years.
Western Magnates Agree on Division
of the League ,
Kt. Joseph , Mo. , Nov. 27. A now
Imxelmll league , ( o tale In Mlnneapo-
UH , St. Paul , KantciH City and Omaha
In the west and Milwaukee. Indianap
olis , Columbus and Toledo In the cast ,
was formed here yesterday , uud the
revolt of the Wostoin league WUB
ended , an agreement having been
reached between President Hlckey ,
W. T. Van Ilrunt , owner of the St. Jo.
soph ehib , nnd ( loorgo Tebeau of Kan
sas City. President Hlckey will re
sign al the annual meeting of the
league to ho held next week and hiu
Bticccnsor will be appointed.
Van Ilrunt will glvo up hlfl St. Jo
seph franchise Blnco St. Joseph IB to
bo placed In the minor league , and
Tobeati , It Is said , will go with the
Denver team. Tehean agreed to nl n
a pledge not to employ a single Kan-
Ban City player. The league formed
yesterday will be distinct from the
new WcBtern league , as now planned ,
and which IB to comprise Denver , Ht.
Joseph , Colorado Springs , Slosix C'lty ,
Des MolncB and probably' Lincoln ,
De Molncs Man on Trial for Using
the Malls for Purposes of Fraud.
Dos MolnoB , Nov 27. The trial of
, etson llalllett , mine owner and large-
y Interested In the properties at Hit-
ior City , Or. , was begun yesterday In
ho United StitteH federal court. Hal-
let t watt Indicted by ( bo fcdr > m\ \ grand
lury two yeara ago , charged with us-
ng the United States malls to furthei
i ftcheinu to defraud by Bending out
L-opleB of a linker City ( Or. ) paper
nnil clrcuhua ndvertlulng the White
Swan gold mine of that place , adver
tising the mine as a lucrative pleco
of property and offering to sell Htork.
The prosecution assorts the mine IB
worthless and that llnlllett has real
ized $250,000 by selling stock In what
they call only a hole In the ground ,
llalllett is a mm of Judge S. F. Hal-
llott of DCS Molnvu. Witnesses are
here from San Francisco , Portland ,
Salem , Haker City , St. Paul and Min
neapolis. ,
Congressional Party Back.
San Francisco , Nov. 27. Among
the passengers of the Btoamer Doric ,
released from quarantine yesterday ,
were Congressmen Mercer , Jack ,
Galiieo and Greene. These gentlemen
have been to the Philippines and will
report on the condition of affairs at
the next meeting of congress. They
were on the Sheridan when she got
Into trouble , and weie later trans
fened to the Warren , which went
Choctnw Judge Convicted.
ParlB , Tex , , Nov. 27. llotenm , the
Choctaw Judge who Is charged will :
murdering three persons because ho
believed thorn to bo witches and re
spoiiBlblo for the deaths of a nuin
her of children who were aflllctei
with meningitis , was yesterday con
vlcted of murder In the federal court
If the ease IB alllrmed by the supreme
court ho will bang , as the jury made
no recommendation.
Fines Violators of Injunction.
Chicago , Nov. 27. Judge Kohlsaat
in the United States court yesterday
passed sentence on the men iicainei
of violating the Injunction against the
Allls-Chnlmers striking machinists.
Alexander Story was sentenced to 30
days in Jail , while Herman Poggen-
dorf and James Crevlo were given
fines of ? 50. An appeal was taken
and the prisoners allowed to furnish
Death Ends 20 Years of Suffering.
St. Louis , Nov. 27. Mrs. Nancy A.
Burns , widow of the late Colonel
James N. Burns , congressman of this
district , died yesterday afternoon ,
Having been a constant sufiorer for
20 years. Mrs. Burns was heiress to
part of the $10.000,000 estate of Dan
iel Burns of Platte county. She was
73 years old.
Alleged Wife Poisoner Arrested.
Guthrle , 0. T. , Nov. 27. James M.
Nix of Shawnee was arrested yester
day on the charge of having poisoned
his wlfo , who died suddenly last Fri
day. A warrant has been issued for
the arrest of Mrs. Nix's sister as an
accomplice. The stomach of the dead
woman was examined and found to
contain arsenic.
The battleship Missouri will be
launched at Newport News Dec. 28
Reports have been received of fight
Ing between Turkish troops and Ar
mcnlnns at Sassoun.
The French chamber of deputies
after a stormy sitting Tuesday , passei
the second article of the Chinese lii
demnlty bill.
Martin llogan , the Irish patriot ,
who has been lying at a Chicago hos
pital for some days , died Tuesday ,
aged 93 years.
Professor James Henry Thayer ,
professor emeritus of New Testament
scriptures of Harvard university , died
Tuesday in his 74th year.
At McCoy , Tex. , Tuesday J. A.
Hurst shot and killled his brother.
Hurst then turned the revolver on
himself and blow his brains out.
The large packing plant of the G.
H. Hammond company at Hammond ,
Ind. , is to be moved from there to
the Union stock yards In Chicago.
The dead body -of Bert Williams ,
a union miner , was found near Nor-
tonvllle , Ky. , Tuesday. The coroner's
verdict was that ho was shot by un
known parties.
John T. Hayden , formerly treas
urer of the Swift Beef company at
New York , who , it was alleged ab
sconded In July last with several
thousand dollars belonging to his em
ployers , Was arrested Tuesday at Wil
mington , Del.
Lesvcnworth Mutineero Charged With
Capital Punishment Offenses.
LeaMiUHh < , Kan. . No27. . - United
ed HlntrH Attorney Dean was hero
with Warden
ycHterdny In i-nnmiltatloii
den .Mic'liuiKlioy of the federal prison.
After tin- consultation Mr. Dean Haiti
that every convict that was In the
mutiny would be tried for murder at
the April term of the United Statcfl
district court here. Mr. Dean sayB
each one of the IB prlHoners recap
tured IB guilty of murder and ho be
lieves several will bo hanged hero.
Warden MeClaughey haB received
word of the capture at TiiBrumbla ,
Ala. , of JamcB Seymour , one of the
convicts who cBraped during the mu
tiny. Word III.H also been received
that a JIOBHO of deputy United States
inarBhalH have surrounded Kilting and
Murray In the Shawnco hlllB , In the
wcstein portion of the Indian terri
tory. Thcflo men are dcfiporato and
battle IB expected. The man held at
Council Bluffs , at first Biipposod to
bo Frank Lawrence , IB now thought to
be John Morgan , alias Baldwin , who
escaped Nov. 22 ,
Told the Day After Tragedy to Attor
ney Gardner.
Washington , Nov. 27. The fact
was brought out In the trial of MTB.
.ola Ida Honlno for Iho killing of
lames Seymour Ayrcs , Jr. , that flho
iad iiuido a private confession of her
nut In the tragedy on the evening
ifter the homicide , several days be-
foie she took the pollco otllclals Into
icr confidence. This recital was
made to Mr. George B. Gardner , an at-
orney employed In the law division of
the Interior department , who was a
Hoarder at the Kenmore hotel and
iHiiatly sat at the same table at which
Mrs. llonlne took her meals. Mr.
Gardner was on the witness stand
yesterday and told his story for the
IrHt time. Ho Bald Mrs. Bonlno had
Bought him out and asked his advlco
is to whether she should make a pub
lic statement , and ho suggested to
licr that she should delay her con
reunion until the theory of sulcldo ,
which was first entertained , should bo
fully exploited.
Attack the Men Who Rescue Them
From Overturned Cars at McCook.
MeCook , Neb. , Nov. 27. AB the Bur
lington and Missouri special stock
train No. 70 was pulling Into the yards
here yesterday morning from the west
It ran into a broken switch , which
caused two cars to leave the track ,
turning one car completely over and
leaving the other on Its side. The
cattle In one car were able to got out ,
but the roof of the other had to bo
removed before they could bo liber
ated. Three of them were killed and
a number crippled. After being liber
ated the cattle were crazed for the
time nnd attempted to attack the per
sons present. The Blow speed at
which the train was going la all that
saved a serious wreck. The stock
were being shipped from Denver to
Sovth Omaha.
Nine Indictments Returned.
Denver , Nov. 27. The special
grand jury which has been Investigat
ing alleged irregularities In the crlm-
i Inal division of the district court dur-
ng the first trial of W. W. Anderson ,
charged with attempting to kill the
proprietors of the Denver Post , re
ported that whisky was furnished to
the jurors In the case and young
women Introduced to the Jury room by
a Imlllff. It further charged that the
trial of Police Judge W. J. Thomas ,
Court Bailiff Robert Schrader and
Daniel J. Sadler , on a charge of em
bracery , was not In good faith. Nine
Indli'tments were returned.
Lark Is Acquitted.
Springfield , Mo. , Nov. 27. Joe
Lark , the 'Frisco porter charged with
the murder of Gazelle Wild , which
caused three lynchlngs and the run
ning out of all the negroes In Pelrco
City months ago. was acquitted yester
day In the circuit court at Mount Ver-
non. He left at once for Kansas City ,
accompanied by the sheriff as a pro
tector. Stories of an Intended lynch
ing caused precautions to be taken.
Shooting Affray In Hotel Lobby.
Salt Lake , Nov. 27. William
Haynes , a traveling man from Chica
go , was Bhot and probably fatally
wounded yesterday by Roy Kalghn ,
the 19-year-old son of Colonel M. M.
Kalghn , who is prominent In law
and G. A. R. circles of this city. The
Bhootlng occurred In the lobby of the
Knutzford hotel at noon and created
a panic among the guests and em
ployes of the hotel.
Indiana Bank Robbed.
Valparaiso , Intl. , Nov. 27. The bank
of Julius Conltz at Wanatah was
broken Into by robbers last night.
The burglars effected an entrance to
the vault and attacked the big safe
with explosives. Until the safe Is
opened by an export now working on
It , It cannot bo known whether or
not the robbers secured the $10,000
The doors In the safe are Jammed In
Union Miners Defy Court.
Madlsonvllle , Ky. , Nov. 27. The
news from the strikers' camp is that
a contract was let by the union men
today for the building of a temporary
box house , 20x100 feet. The building
Is to bo used by the campers as n
home during the winter and they
claim It as their place of legal resl-
1 dence. There are at least 100 men
' in and around the camp.
Kitchener Atks for Staff Officers.
Calcutta , Nov. 27. It is said here
that Lord Kitchener has again applied
for a number of staff officers from In
dia to be sent forthwith to South Af
To the Public.
Allow mo to Hay a few words in praise
of ( Jhamborlnin'H Oough Hemedy , I
had a very hovero cough and cold and
feared I would get pneumonia , but after
taking the sucond done of tlilH medicine
I felt better , three bottles of it cured
my cold and the pain in my chest diHiip-
poured entiroly. 1 am most respectfully
yonrn for health , KAI.PII S. Mi'.Yi'.ltH.UI
L'hirty-sovi'iith .St. Whtiolli-g , W. Va.
For sale by Kie au Drug Co.
Recommends It to Trainmen.
Q H. HiiUHiiii , Lima , O. , Engineer L.
13. it W. H , 11 , writes : "I have been
troubled u great deal with backache. I
was induced to try Foloy'B Kidney Cure ,
and one bottle entirely relieved mo. 1
gladly recommend it to any one , espec
ially my friend * among the train men ,
who are 'usually similarly aflllcted. "
A. II. Kiesau.
A Liberal Offer.
The undersigned will give n free
sample of Chamberlain's Stomach , and
Liver Tablets to any ouo wanting a re
liable remedy for disorders of the
Htomach , biliousness or constipation
Tliis IB n now remedy and a good one.
Kiesau Drug Co.
Spreads Like Wildfire
When things uro "tho bebt" they bo-
como"tho best selling. " Abraham Hare ,
u leading druggist , of Belleville , O. ,
writes : "Klootrio bittorH are the best
Belling bitters I have handled in 20
years. " You know why ? Mostdis uses
begin i i disorders of the stomach , liver ,
kidneys , bowels , blood and nerves. Elec
tric Bitters tones up the stomach , regu
lates liver , kidney and bowels , purifies
the blood , strengthens the nerves , hence
cures multitudes of maladict ) . It builds
up the entire system. Puts now life
and vigor into any weak , sickly , run
down man or woman. Price 00 cents.
Sold by A. II. Kiisau , druggist.
For Hoarseness.
Bonj. Ingerson , lud. , says ho had not
spoken a word above n whisper for
nonths , and one bottle of Foloy'B Honey
\ Tar restored his voice. Bo . .suro
you got Foloy's. A. H. Kiesau.
_ jMothers write us that they have
solved the problem of keeping their
children well. Give them Rocky
Mountain Tea each week. A blessing
to mother and child. Qeo. B. Chris-
Seymour Webb , Moira , N. Y. , writes :
I had been troubled with my kidneys
for twenty-five years and had tried sev
eral physicians but received no relief
until I bought a bottle of Foloy's Kid
ney euro. After using two bottles I
was absolutely cured. I earnestly reo-
ouimcud Foloy's Kidney cure. " Take
only Foley's. A. H. Kiesan.
Goo. A. Points , Upper Sandnsky , O. ,
writes : "I have been using Foley's
Honey anil Tar for hoarseness and find
it the best remedy I ever tried. It
stopped the cough immediately and re
lieved all soroncps. " T
Foloy's. A. II. Kiesau.
.W. J. Shivoly , Batesvillo , O. , speak
ing of Banner Salvo , says : "I used it
for piles , and it has done mo more good
than any salvo I have over used , and I
have tried u great many kinds. " A. II.
Kiesau. . ,
The beauty thief lias come to stay ,
unless you drive the pimples and blackheads -
heads away ; do this ; don't look like a
tright ; take Rocky Mountain Tea to
night. Geo. B. Christoph.
[ Experience Convinces.
Prove its vnluo by investing 10 cents in
trial Bio of Ely's Cream Unlm. DruggistH
supply it nnd wo mail it. Full size 50 cents.
ELY BROS. , C ( > NVixrrcn St. , Now York.
Clifton , Arizona , Jim. 20 , 181)9. )
Messrs. ELY BROS. : Please eond mo a50
cent bottle of Cream Itahn. I find your
remedy the quickest and most permanent
euro for cntnrrh and cold in the head.
DEII < M. POTTER , Gou.Mgr.Ariz.GoldM.Co.
Messrs. ELT Bnos. : I hnvo been afllicted
with catarrh for tweuty years. It niado mo
so xvenk I thought I had consumption. I
got ono bottle of Ely's Cream Balm and in
thrco days the discharge stopped. It is the
bent medicine I have used for catarrh.
A Violent Attack ofCroup Cured.
"Last winter an infant child of mine
had croup in a violent form , " saysF' . .or
John W. Rogors.ft Christian Evangelist ,
of Filley , Mo. "I gave her a few doses
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and in
a short time all danger was past ad
the child recovered. " This remedy not
only cures croup , but when given as
soon as the first symptoms appear , will
prevent the attack. It contains no
opium or other harmful substance and
may bo given as confidently to n baby
as to an adult. For sale by Kiosau Drug
It is Easy to Say
"Bo careful , " but we must all go from
heated houses into chill outer air , and
the change sots us coughing and wheez
ing. Avoiding winter colds is difllcult ;
curing them is not hard if yon take Al
len's Lung Balsam. Better begin when
the cold is young and not wait until it
settles deep into the lungs , for then ,
even with Allen's Lung Balsam , com
plete relief will be slower.
Out this out and take it to' Kiesan
Drug Co.'s drug store and got a free
sample of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets , the best physio. They
cleanse and invigorate the stomach , im
prove the appetite and regulate the
bowels. Regular si/.e , 25 cents per box.
Inspires ono to nobler and better
[ leeds ; unlocks the gates of happiness ,
pours glowing vitality into your system.
That's what Rocky Mountain Ten will
do. ! ! 5o. Goo. B. Ohristoph.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you , if you used
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved their matchless
merit for pick and nervous headaches.
l > v f-jxke pure blood and build up
your ntiuu. Duly 25 cents. Money
back if not cured. Sold by A. H. Kie-
san , druggist.
Brain t-ood Nonsense.
RTAnothpr ridiculous food fad has been
branded by the most competent author- !
ities. They have dispelled the silly no
tion that one kind of food is needed for
brain , another for muscles and still an
other for bones. A correct diet will not
only nourish a particular part of the
body , but it will sustain every other
part. Yet , howevrr good your food may
be , its nutriment is destroyed by in-
illKOHtlon or dyspepsia. You must pro-
jmro for their iippcarniicu or prevent
I heir coming by taking regular dosuH of
Urwn'H August Flower , the favorite
inediulno of tlm healthy inillioim. A
few doMM aldH digestion , BtimulntcH the
liver to healthy notion , ptirifli-H the
bloo/1 , and inalteH you feel buoyant and
vigorous. You can got Dr. O. G.
Onsoii'H reliable remedies of the Kiesau
Lrug Ct.
Get Green's Special Alnmimo.
Jumped on n Ten Penny Nail.
The lutlu daughter of Mr. . ) . N. Powell
jumped on nit inverted rake made of ten
penny uallH , and ilirusc one nail entirely
through her foot and a second ono half
wuy thruiiKh. Ohauiborlain'H Pain
Balm was promptly applied and five
minntt'H later the pniu hud disappeared
and no moro BUflferinR wns experienced.
In throe days the child was wearing her
shoe nsutmul and with absolutely no dis
comfort. Mr. Powell is n well known
merchant of Forklnnd , Va. Pain Balm
IH an antiseptic and heals such injuries
without maturation and in one-third the
time required by the usual treatment.
For Bale by Kiesnu Drug Co.
To Cure a Cough
stop coughing , as it irritates the lungs ,
and gives them no chance to heal.
Foley's ' Honey and Tar cures without
causing n strain in throwing off the
phlegm like common cough expectorants
ants , A. II. Kiesau.
Great Luck of an Editor.
"For two years all efforts to euro Ec
zema in the palms of my hands failed , "
writes Editor II. N. Lester , of Syracuto ,
Kan. , "then I wns wholly cured by
Huekleu's Arnica Salve. " It's the
world's best for eruptions , sores rfud all
skin diseases. Only 25o at A. II Kio-
Women and Jewels.
Jewels , caudy , Hewers , man that is
o order of a woman's preferences.
Jewels form a magnet of mighty power
to the average woman. Even that
greatest of all jewels , health , is often
ruined in the strenuous efforts to make
or save the money to purchase them.
If a woman will risk her health to get a
coveted gem , then let her fortify her
self against the insidious consequences
of coughs , colds and bronchial affections
by the regular use of Dr. Boscheo's
German Syrup. It will promptly arrest
consumption in its early stages and heal
the affected lungs and bronchial tubes
and drive the dread disease from the
system. It is not a euro-all , but it is a
certain cure for coughs , colds and all
bronchial tubec. Yon can get Dr. G. G.
Green's reliable remedies at A. II.
Kiesan's Drug Co.
Got Green's special almanac.
"Today take Foley's Honey and Tar.
It positively prevents pneumonia , or
other soiious results from colds. It may
bo too late tomorrow. A. H. Kiesau.
Astounding Discovery.
From Coopersvillo , Mich. , conirs word
of a wonderful discovery of a pleasant
tasting liquid that when used before re
tiring by any one troubled with a bad
cough alwa.ys ensures a good night's
rest. "It will soon euro the cough too , "
writes Mrs. S. Himmelburger"for three
generations of our family have used Dr.
King's Now Discovery for consumption
and never found its eqvml for coughs
and colds " It's an unrivaled life-saver
when used for desperate lung diseases.
Guaranteed bottles COc and $1 at A. H ,
Kiesau. Trial bottles free.
Adolph Bluuer , Grand Mound , la. ,
writes : "I have used Honey and Tar in
my family and think it is the best cough
cure on the market. I would not be
without it in my home , as there is noth
ing BO good for coughs and colds. A. II.
wander when the brain n
tired. Overwork , nervous
irritation , worry and mental
strain exhaust the b-ctin
forces and diminish t'Kir '
thought power. 1'ecci * .
brain , strengthen the r.c" * '
and build up new vigor , N i-
tality and mental power.
The greatest of all brain
foods and nerve tonics is
Dr. Miles' Nervine.
"I have used Dr. Miles' Nerv no at
various times for years. 1 have found
it a perfect remedv in cases of nervous
ness and insomnia , caused by pro
tracted mental strain and overwork.
Have also used it in my fami y and I
know it is a true brain and nerve food. "
R. II. MARTIN , Charleston , W. Va.
Dr. Miles'
feeds and nourishes the
brain and nerves , over
comes irritation , and brings
sweet , refreshing sleep.
Sold by druggists on guarantee.
Dr. Miles Medical Co. , Elkhart , Ind.
In all Ita Btftgea there
ebould bo cleanliness.
Ely's Cream Balm
cleanes , soothes and beala
the dlteued membrane.
11 cures catarrh and drives
away a cold In the bead
Cream Halm is placed Into tbe nostrils , epreadi
aver Iho membrane and Is absorbed. Iteltetls Im
mediate and a cure follows. II la not drying-don
nol produce sneering. Large Size , 60 cenls at Drug
gists or by mall ; Trial Blze , 10 cents by mall.
ELY BIIOT11EU8,60 Warren 8tt t , New Y rk
Scrofula in but n modified form of Bloocl
Poison and Consumption. The parent
who h tainted by cither will sec in the
child the panic dtt.canc
manifesting itaulf in
the form cf swollen
glands of the neck and
throat , catarrh , weak ,
cyeq , offensive sores j
and abscesses and of-j
tcntimcs white swelling - '
ing sure signs of <
Scrofula. There may !
be no external signs for j
a long time , for the disease develops slowly
in some cases , but the poison is in the-
blood and will break out at the first favor
able opportunity. S.S.S. cures this wast
ing , destructive disease by first purifying :
and building up the blood and stimulating'
and invigflJating the whole system.
J. M. Bents S PublicSquare , N. hvlllc.Tenn. .
sn > i : "leu yenmngomy daughter fell mid cut
her forehead. 1'rom thli wound the glands cm
the side of her fncc liecamcswolleii nnd Imrstetl.
Some of the t > cst doctors here nnil elsewhere
attended her without nny benefit. We decided
to try S. S. 8. , and a few bottles cured her en
tirely. "
\ ZsM "I'ltcs new mm pint ;
it KT blood to nourish and
SofSfZsM strengthen the body ,
fetorw rViiJ n" 1S n Pos'lvc ' a1i
VVU1' " .
"Si safe cure for Scrofula.
It overcomes nil forms of blood poison ,
whether inherited or acquired , and no
remedy so thoroughly and effectively
cleanses the blood. If you have any
blood trouble , or your child has inherited
some blood taint , take S. S. S. and get
the blood in good condition and prevent
the disease doing further damage.
Send for our free book and write our
physicians about your case. We make no-
charge whatever for medical advice.
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Take the genuine , original
Made only by Madison Medi
cine Co. , Madison , WIs. It
keeps you well. Our trademark
mark cut on each package.
Price , .15 cents. Never sold
In bulk. Accept no aubstl *
. .
tute. Ask your drugget.
At oil rfnig ttom. 35 Dotta 25e.
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