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A St rone Man's Secret.
The strongest man on earth says the se
cret of his wonderful power is perfect di
Station. Hostette's Stomach Hitters make
igestion easy, and cures all complaints
arising from weak stomach, such as indi
gestion, biliousness and all liver and kid
ney ailments. As a blood purifier and
nerve tonic it is marvelous. It is recom
mended by all physicians, and i9 sold by
every druggist in the country. Everybody
seeds it at this time of the year.
"I more." said the lecislator. "that wa
"Mr. Chairman," interrupted a senator,
'hasn't that white man's burden noetrv
worked about enough?" Philadelphia
"Courage and Strength
in Times of Danger'
ead the warning Between
the tines. What is that warn
ing? It is of the danger from
accumulation of badness in
the blood, caused by the
usual heavy living of the
Winter months. Spring is
the clearing, cleansing time
of the year ; the forerunner of
the brightness and beauty of
Follow the principle th:it Nature lays
down. Start in at once anil purify your
blood with that great specific. ilxd's
Sarsaparilla. It iicrcr ilis,ij,j,i.ii(n.
Tumors "A tumor as l;;r as a lanre
martiiu cauie limier my tongue aad inst. ail
of lettim.' my physician operate i n it. I used
my favorite Siriusr tonic. Heed's Sarsapa
rilla. Tin' hunch soon di-ni.pear. Mks.
H. M. Coiii KN. Tu'.i Mcr'ic St., Lowell. Muss.
Rheumatism I had rheumatism for
five years anil ca:i c-r.s(-icuTionsiy say that
Hooil's Sarsauari'Ia lias iriven me entire
relief. As a blond purilier it has helped my
children wonderfully. " Jlr.s. S. A. Saoaii,
43 Praukliu Avenue, l'assaic, X. J.
the non-irritating an4
nlj cutiatuc ti l;iko with lloud's SiirMipurilla
Anions Ills Imprillmenla.
"You've cot a lot of baiiace," remarked
the W.ihimiten Irieiui who had accom
panied ii nil to the railway station.
"es." re ponded the retiring congress,
wan, "but 1 carry somethini; on my mind
that we:hs me down more than all th;
atutf ptit together."
"What is it';" inquired the other.
"It's my 'ex! said the clt-partmi; states
man, with a dry sob. I'hieago Tribune.
Advantnitrs of Direct Hoj-lns;.
Certain inarmfacturins institutions hat
In recent years inaugurated a new system
of disposing of tlitir products which is un
qualifiedly to the advantage of the con
sumer. Among the pioneers in th.s t;ev
method of doing business aS the Klkhart
Carnage and Harness Manufacturing com
pany of Klkhart, Ind. 'These people began
this plan 'M years ag.j and haveadln red to
it strictly ever since. The result Ills been
so entirely successful that tli.y are to-daw
the largest l::.iimfnct-irers of carnages an-1
harr.ess in tile- evuild seiln.,; to the cui.i
The advantages to t'ie consumer are a!
most beyond estimate, lie gets better go .d-',
bett.T and larger selections, and he buys at it
much lower price. There is no risk, as this
firm ship vehicles or harness everywhere l.T
examination, and guarantee every article
they mannf icture ami sell. The Elkhart Car
riage and Harness Manufacturing company
publish a large illustrated catalogue, which
they will cheerfully mail to all who request it.
Fair Warning. Visitor (in Brooklyn)
"Does the trolley line lead to the ceme
tery f" Citizen " Vcs, if one isn't very care
I.nnes Family Medicine.
Moves the bowels each day. In order to
be healthy this is necessary. Acts gently on
the liver and kidneys. "Cures eick head
ache. I'rice '25 and 5Uc.
A pood occupation prevents mental dissi
pation. Ham's Horn.
Peae-h seed wanted. H. Keed, Louisiaca,Mo.
Life is a his poker game in which every
body is blulling the loser. Atchison Globe.
Caused by Interaal Catarrh,
Promptly Cured by
Hon. J. H. Caldwell, a prominent
member of the Louisiana State Legisla
ture, says the following in regard to Ver
ru-na for catarrh:
Hon. J. H. Caldwell.
"I have used Pe-ru-na for a number
of years with the very best results for
catarrhal diseases. I shall never be
without it. I never fail to recommend
it when an opportunity presents itself."
J. H. Caldwell. Kobeline, La.
Gilbert Hofer, Grays, Ky., says in a
letter dated March 7th. 1S94: "I have
used four bottles of Te-ru-na and I am
well of my catarrh, and it cured my
ltright's disease. I had been troubled
for two years. I weigh twenty pounds
more than I did before I was taken sick,
I shall never be without Pe-ru-na."
Send for free catarrh book. Addrej
Dr. llartman, Columbus, 0.
"inr Tn i'(ir
Hood ii dir.- liver ill-:
I IB .
Col. Stotsenburg, the Gallant Com
Blander of the First Nebraska,
LIEUT. SISSON ALSO AMONG THE SLAIIt
S) Reconnaissance In the Vicinity of Qnln
as that Led to One of the Hottest
Fights Yet, In Which the First Me.
brasko Suffered Severely The Enem)
Washington, April 4. The follow
ing message regarding- the fight ul
Quingua was received at he war do
Gen. Otis' Iteport.
Manila, April 23.
Adjutant General, Washington: J
reconnaissance on l.iiiiiierua place, fdl
miles northeast of Malolos, made 1J
Maj. Hell ami a troop of cavalry yes
tcrduy morning-, resulted in contact
and battle, jit which four battalions o
infantry ami four pieces of arlillVrj
became cng-ag-i-il. The enemy wt-rt
driven from their iiitrenchiuents :.l
Qiiintrna with considerable loss; oi;l
casualties quite severe. Col. Stotzen
burer anil Lieut. Sisson, First Mis
bruska. killed; also s-veral cnlistei
men. Considerable nuulftr wounded
Sot yet reported.
lig-nciij OTIS, j
DiMastrofi. TImiiikIi icesf ul. I
The engai.rcmi nt ilevi-lopetl into a '
fli.triHt. ll...l..rl, ..... l'..l ei.rt.t !
The i iisiiirij-i nlsliailaliur.-cshoe trench
about a mile long-, encircling- a riot
lichi, on the e-iig-e a wooil.
Capt. Hell, with -111 cavalrymen, et
coimttred a strniiir outpost. One :
his men was killed and live vterf
wounded by a nlliy.
The Americans Kctircd.
The Americans retired, carrying
their wounded, under lire, and with
pleat tlillic nlty, Winer closely pursued,
a fop enabli'd the enemy to crec) i:p
to the-m. Two men, who were carry
inj.' a comrade, were shot in the arms,
but they continued with their burden.
Sent fur Reinforcements.
Capt. llell sent for reinforcements tc
rescue the body of the killed cavalry
men, anil a battalion of tht Xcbraskj
r ijimeiit, twiilcr Maj. MutTord, arrived
and adtanced until checked by vollevs
from the enemy's trenches. I
'J'b' Anierieans lay about SOrt yards
from the trencln-s, behind rice furrows i
uniler (ire for two hours. Several men 1
were siinstruck. one dyintr from the!
effects of the heat, as tbe-y h'V thert
vaitinir for the artillery to come :i; !
l'inally l!i second battalion arrive.;!
Mid then Col. Stotsenburtr. who had
spi nt 1 lie- niirbt with bis wife at i
) Manila, came upon the field. The met: '
j immediately rccojrnized him, and
: raised a cheer. !
!' Col. S(ilseiilnrK Killed. j
Col. Stotscnliiirir, ileciiliner lo char:! i
as ihe cheapest way out of the illili-i
! cully, led tin- attack at the bead of Id; j
n oiincnt. Je fell with a bullet ill the '
i breast, ilvinir instantly, about
ynrds from the breastworks.
Lieut. Sisson fell with a bullet in bis
I heart, the bullet strikinir him near
the picture of a trirl suspended by a
ribbon from his neck.
In the meantime, the artillery had
arrived and shelled the trenches.
Itolleil to Second F.nlrciichnient:.
The 1'ilipinos stood until the Ne
braska troops were' rii'ht on tlin
trenches, and then Ibey bolted In
the see-ond line of intrcncliiacntsa mile
The Nebraska regiment lost twa
privates and bad many wounded, in
cluding tr.o lieutenants. The ow.i
regiment had several wounded. Thj!
1'iah regiment had one ol'ie-er and
three men wounded.
The llnemy's Drnd.
Thirteen dead Filipinos were found
in the trench. Their loss was com
paratively small, on account of their
The Americans carried the se ond
trench with small loss.and are holding
the town to-night.
W fi h n llrnve O HI -1-
vol. rMoisciiDurg nan won a reputa-
tietn as one of the bravest fighters in
the army. He always led his regiment
and had achieved remarkable popular
ity with his men since the war be
gan, although, during the first col
oiielency, the volunteers, who were not
used to the strict discipline of the
regular troops, thought him a hard
officer. The loss of the Nediraska reg
iment in the campaign is the heavi-.-st
sustained by any regiment, and to
day's disaster has greatly saddened
otlicers and men, who promise to take
fierce vengeance in the next fight.
Fntnl Shooting Affray.
Houston, Tex., April 24. In a shoot
ing affray near Treval, in Trinity
county, Edward Harding and James
C. Trebathan were killed and L. C.
Harding fatally wounded. The ori
ginal difficulty was between L. C.
Harding and Trebathing. Etlward
Harding interfere'd and was killed by
Trebathan, who fatally wounded the
remaining Harding before being killed
himself. The cause of the trouble is
Katlonal Good Cltlenhip Lmcne.
Cincinnati, April 24. An elaborate
programme has been prepared by Sec
retary S. T. Nicholson for the third
annual convention here next week of
the National Good Citizenship league.
Mayor Sam M. Jones, of Toledo, candi
date for governor, Ilev. Sam. I. Jones,
the Georgia Evangelist; llev. Dwight
L. Moody, Gov. Pingree and represen
tatives of all the reform organization!
and leading thinkers and lecturers are
cniong those who will deliver id
dresses. The convention begins May S
and continues four days.
DEATH OF RICHARD J, OGLESBY.
The General and Three-Times Gov
ernor of Illinois Fell Dead
Xear Lincoln, 111.
Lincoln, 111., April 24. Kichard J.
Dtrlesby, former governor of Illinois,
died at his home in Oirlehurst, near
Elkhart, 111., at five minutes past one
o'clock this afternoon. Concussion of
IiK'IIAKK J. OUI.KSIJY.
the brain, icsiiltiug- from a fall, was
the direct cause of bis death, but the
indirect cause was weakness from
i which be bad suffered ever siiu-e a se-
crc attack of the grip four years ago.
To-day. while preparing- lunch at his
home in Oirlehurst. an attack of ver
tigo caused dm. (Iglesby to fall to the
lloor. and in the fall his bead struck
upon a small box. Dr. C. 11. Taylor,
the family physician, was summoned,
and all possible aid was given, but the
e.-go eriior's system was too weak to
rally, and death came without bis hav
ing" rcgaincil consciousness.
Ittchurd .1. g!eshv was born in Oldham
county. Ky.. July l-'l.
ll came tu
Illinois in t
lie was a.imitt.il to the
liar in T-I.V ami the following year volun-
! t.-er.-.l fur service in the M-xi-an war as
I le-utonant of f.i. i Fourth Illinois n-i-I
m.-nt. ami Imiiilu in the l.atilt s of Vera
ruz ami e t-rru i,onlo. He liecame a
"i;ol,l argonaut" in lvm. mail.- a limiteci
amount in t'alilornia, ami returned to Illi
nois iu W.J.
In Isiil he inlisteil In the civil war. ami
at Kort 1 ione!son. ;is hriu.-oiier i-neriil
lost ' men. liis briKaile lieiu the nrst
... i i 1 .i... , i.. ..f e...i..l
he was shot In 'the l. ft'lun. ami was
carn.il from the n.-hl to ili but he re-
covere-il. ami carrieil the bull iu his body
to ii,.- .lav of bis .ie:iih
j Fur his braverv he had lcn promoted
! i'rine 'i;:'
: Irom active serviee on jieeoant of the
I wound sustained at "..rintli. 1 1.- reterne.l
horn., in lvii, and in the fall of that year
I was el.-et.-.l governor of Illinois, lb- waa
1 m'',,:'n,i,ho' eam.a'bir1.
j n.-nt was Caro r 11. Itarris.ui. the m-ist
pillar .l.tnoerat iieisolially in tin- lus-
rv of the Stat.-,
rne'.e I iiek did
t-Tin in full. As so
e-.TIVetl.-ll it elect. -d
Stales Seieite. Wil- I".
until .Mar Ii I.
slat lire i
rveii tile .Mate
il"V. 1 e.d.-be i surviv.-d ly liis widow ;
ami live clii'.lr. n -John. ,i:is;..-r and Kieh- i
I'l'd J. iii:esl.y, Jr.. .Mrs. . tin.. Snvd'-r. of
Kansas iiiv. and Miss l-'- li- it.- 1 i'l.-sliv. i
. who is now visiting in Paris, l'ranee.
Without r.-c:'rd n. party lines. Cnele
pi'-k" il--si.- ii.i.l i'..r ni.. r.- than a '-'.-a- '
I ration ii.-.-n Ii.- idol of the jieop'.e ..f liii- ,
ii-.is. In 1 act. from the time of t;-.e bre ik- :
I Inu 01:1 of the .b :eall war. V.'Ilea be ha.!
just pass-d his m i :--r.ty. no .ti.-s!i..i; ..t
! public policy in in.- slat" was s.-!tl..
; Willi. ait bis h.-iiiiu b-n tafc-n into eon-;
! f. rein-.-. W ii li a id", heart, and a brain'
as b; as his taarl. Ii. uld not have
been o'.h.-r than .1 bin m.tn. lb- siaried j
j in life a e..rp. -liter's a;.i.r. it !.-.-. tried
I farmini; lai.-r on. and decided lie was not I
a success in either, but the eonia'-t which
' he had wilii til.- e-ommoll pie diitini:1
I this eprio.l. cupl.-d witli a unlive u.-m- !
( oeratic spirit, which ail th- honors
j h.-ape.l upon him eonl.l tint submenu-, h.
kepi close to tie- pot.ul.-ir affections witii- j
out kiio.vinn or earing how lie did it.
Kx-i'.ov. iiel.-sby iiad no likim: for ma- '
chine uolitics. In fact, that part of mod-
crn ...litical sci.-nee was an abs.iltn.-ly :
unknouii ouaiiiiiy to him. and yet no '
man ever liv.-.l in Illinois w! ould in- '
luetic.- as many v..t.-s as h--. 11.- reii.-d I
always oil 111- people ns the s.eir. f
political power, and in this he followed '
the advice of Abraham laneo!... who oner i
said to him: "lM. k. keep close to th- p.-.i-
pie: th. y are always rinlit. and will irv- ;
er mislead you.''
lie had no thought of political fences.
In campaign times he would tell th.. party I
managers ill his crude, direct wav to put
him where he would do the most good. I
He would then pull his coat and wad.- 111 '
f.r the party. Mis speeches were a j
stranue mixture of the commonplace and
the eloinieiit. At rural picnics he was an
, oracle of political wisdom. He adapted
: his languai;.- to the caliber and character
; of the audience before him. and cm'orce.1
J his points in a homely way that never ;
I failed to win applause and hrinic convlc- i
j ti-.n. oftentimes he descended to the in
; elegant and hinged on the vulgar, but hi? 1
; words were the impetuous expressions of 1
a sanguine, honest and unaffected nature-. '
As an Illustration of the simplicity anil '
iienioeraey ot i nele nick, it is told of
him that once when in New York iluritm
tin- levelaini-lilaln camtai);n. anil ask.-.
Ins companion what kind of place it was.
1 ne laiter replied: "1'ome in and see."
The two dined royally on a luncheon or
dered by the governor's friend, who
wound up by asking I'ncle flick to smok
handed out some line Ilavanas. I'ncle
Pick reached out a hand to take one of
them, when a thought arrested him.
"What's the price of these?" he asked
"Twenty-live cents." said the clerk.
"Holy smoke:" ejaculated I'ncle Kick.
"Put 'em back, put '.-m back .prick. I
darsen't do it. Why. man alive, if thev
ev.-r found out in Illinois that I smoked
S cut cigars, whether I paid for 'em
or not, they'd turn me out of the church,
ami It would ruin me forever. No, sir:
live cent cigars at nome and ten cent
ones in New York are good enough for
Although born in Kentucky, and resi.l. I
iiik mere i years. n
joined the abolition 1
pariy in mo north as soon as he could
and he attributed his antipathy to slavery
to "I 'nele Tim." who was the only slave
in the family in Kentucky, t'pon the
death of the elder iglesbv it Was neces-
vide the money among the heirs. "I shall I
never forget how he lonur,; as he stood on I
s.ir iii s.-ii 1 nele im at auction t.. .11.
tne 0.1X r.-.-u v lor sni.. " o.i -i-
. :1 .... .-
Idck. "I went up to him and said- Tn
cle Tim. I'm going to work and earn
money to buy y..n iind s.-t v..ti free it
was a long struggle for he. "but In m:i I
had saved several thousand dollars In
t'aiifornia. and, sending part of the monev
to my brother. I purchased the freedom
of the old man. who was then past his
best vorking days."
Itrtnrned from a llcnlth Trip to Die.
New York. Aiirili'a. Heron r n,.,:..
a corporation lawyer and president
the topper King of Arizona Mining
Co., died Sunday night at his home in
Hrooklyn, aged 40 years. Two months
ago Mr. Davis went to Oklahoma for
his health and came here two week!
ago much debilitated.
(ondrnnril Milk Trout.
Trenton, N. J.. April 23. The Dor
den Condensed Milk Co., capital 20,
000,000, was inctirpeirated here vester
day, to take the place of the New York
Condensed Milk Co.
f IB II
Fleer's Chewing Gum Works,
by Two Explosions.
WO OF THE EMPLOYES WERE KILLED.
4, Score of Persons More or Less In
jnred. One Woman Fatally Knllr
a Hundred Ilnlldinits in the VI
clnlty Dnmagted. and Some of
Philadelphia. April 20. I!y the ex
plosion of 73 gallons of benzol in the
Jalmratory of Frank II. Fleer fc Co.,
manufacturers of chewing gum, at
2441! Callow Hill street, yesterday, two
men were killed, three persons serious
ly injured and over a score of others
more or less injured by Hying debris.
Of those injured, Harry Kandall. an
employe, and Mrs. Ilivison and her sou
are the most seriously hurt, but the-y
The F.Mlion Via Tcrrifle.
The explosion was a terrific one. and
for a time caused the wildest excite-
meat. .'o less than 100 buildings iu
ibe vicinity, most of them small eiwel
j lintrs, were damaged.
j Only Four Men in the llilildinjs.
j The laboratory building was a two-
story structure. At the tune of the
explosion there were only fe;ir men
ivorking iu the building, who were pre
paring a mixture for the making of
vanilline. The doors to the room in
which they were working were closed.
j but the fumes from the benzol iu
tome manner reached the luiiiace km
i Ihe next room, and the explosion in
stantly followed. Walter ManwarinjJ
j was instantly killed, ami Charles Me:-
Kinley was so badly hurt Vhat he die-d
several hours later in a hospital.
llt-iiinrUuhle Kki'U ii-k.
llandall's escape was remarkable.
He was blown through the roof, and i
i landed on an ailiuininir building. At
first it was thought that, lie was dead,
but after treatment in the hospital he
. . .-,i
regained consciousness. Although
badly hurt, be will recover.
(ieorge Connor, the fourth employe
i the room, escaped with a few ,e- j
j vcre bruises.
. . i;:.:,,.. ln-r child in
'xs Jlrs- ''" w u" r 4 111 j
ln-r arms, was hurried I v leaving her :
J -. "hicl. was direc.ly opposite the
; laboratory, her dress caught lire Irom
l,i,r; .inlier. ami she ami the.
t - I
! -'bib! wen
badly burned. Their n-cov- !
t ry is iloiib: f 11 1. I
Adjoining Itlliltlingrft tVri'rki-ll. J
The explosion was so terrific that the :
buildings adjoining i;i em-h side of the :
laboratory were coiplctel y ileniol- :
jsh.'d. On both sides of the street for
u whole square, the explosion wrought
:lest rucl ion. Vinilow s were broken,
tixlures were siuashed and walls were
cracked, l ire added to the dsl ruction
in a number of places, but the ilanu-s ;
Were ipMcklv extinguished before they j
lid any considerable damage. !
The Score of IVrsons Injured. i
Tin- score of persons injured were all
tenants of the many dwellings, and :
were ill no way connected with the ;
laboratory. Some were reverely cut by !
L'lass. while many were struck by the
The money loss is estimated to be
consiileralil v ou r loo.ooo.
HE BOGUS REVENUE STAMPS.
Innocent I'urchilNcrM Will lie l'ro-tectt-tl
on I'nynii-nl of t.nvt-rn-ment
Washington. April The internal
revenue bureau has In course of prepa
ration a circular Idler to collectors, in
which they are directed to forward to
the bureau all applications for relief
from innocent holders of cigars
stamped with counterfeit stamps and
purchased from Jacobs, the I.aiieaster
(I'a.) cigar manufacturer recently ar
rested by secret service otlicers. It is
probable 1ha innocent dealers who
have actually paid for the cigars will
be! permitted to retain tliein on con
dition that they re-stamp them. Cigars
not paid for will lie sold, anil the pro
ceeds turned into the treasury. It is
not thought that Jacobs has lieen able
lo use counterfeit stamps in excess of
MO.ooo or $12,IHMt.
WILL REST IN ARLINGTON.
Ihr tiallnnt Marino Who Died
Unantanaino ConilnK Hume
Washington, April The gallant
marines who lost their lives in the
curly figlitiiiir around (.uautananio, are
. i... : I :.. i:
lu . ""'"'- ".g cciiieeei.
iM-siiie tne Doilies et tlie soldiers whose
j remains were recently brought from
j Cuba and Porto Kieo. The funeral ship
! Crook is now on her way to New York
with these bodies, together with the
: e i . .1 .: .1
i.-iiiiiiiis ui u iiiiiiim-r 01 soiiiieis dis
interred in I'orto Kien. It is expecte-d
that these remains will reach here
Monday or Tuesday next. Their rein
terment will be inarkedby simple cere
monies similar to those which attend
ed the burial of their comrades in the
same cemetery a few weeks airo.
The Yellow Axter Minn lo be Sold.
Los An-relcs. Cnl., April UH. It is
stated here that a ileal lias ln-cn made
whereby the famous Yellow Aster
mines at l!ranlsliurr will be trans
ferred to the ownership of a French
syndicate represented by Capt. Dela
uiar. What Jacoli' Book. Ilevealed.
Lane-aster. Pa., April 20. An exami
nation was made yesterday of V. M.
Jacobs' books, anel it was found thivt
he- had defrauded the g-overninent out
of about $125,000 with his bogus reve
PAINFUL PERIODS NO MORE
MRS. GEORGE OSMUN. of Belvidere, Warren Co., N. J.. wnies:
"Suffering1 as I had from weakness, irregularities and backacha
for several years, a release from this suffering1 was a blessing. Ohl
how I wish more suffering women would accept your kind offer and be relieved.
There is no need for women to suffer. Mrs. Pinkham's advice and Lydia E.
Mrs. H. A.. 124 S. Cedar Street. Owosso. Mich., writes:
Nearly three vcars ago I wrote to you asking advice in regard to my health.
I was so miserallle; suffered from painful menstruation and backache, was
nervous, dizzv and faint. I received such a kind letter from you, telling me
just what to do. I followed your advice and I now am recommending Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I thank God for this paia destroyer."
''Mis' Johnsinsr, w'v doan' yo' pit dat man
o' vnuahs to atten' TJivine tvo'ship once in
"t'o' de cood lan's sake. Pa'son Green, dnt
no 'count niepih I'se married to ain' bin in-
. D,',tV. . " i" T,V ,ean. . u -
I ' uvmi, li.r.iu i ten me uae lie inn b
Bevah spenenced religion, .Mis Jojinsing?
"I piu ss dat's 'bout right, pa'son, doah
don' lak' t' say it."
"Ef he ain' in de faith, den wha' doctrine
docs he cling to, Mis' Johnsing?"
"Well, pa Von, 1 ain't got much opinion
in de mattah, but I kind o' reckon !at de
only doctrine he hangs onto wid any very
crcV amount o' tcnasticy am de one dat sez:
A bird in de bag am wuth two on de ron.-?.'
wh'.u de divih o' de coop's got a cpring
lock an' de dawg's unchaiacd." Cleveland
llannta In the Wild Woods and Gay
l'l.-ice for Summer UntinRs.
Either, or both, can be found along the
lines of the Chicago, -Milwaukee & St. Paul
ICy in Wisconsin, Iinr.esota, .Northern
Miihigan, Iowa and the Dakotas. Among
the many delightful summer resorts are Del
r.v.tn, Waukesha, i Iconomoweic, Klkhart
Lake, Marquette, Madison, Kilbourn. Mi-noi-'Hi.t,
Star Lake, Lakes OknLnji, Spirit
Ltdte, Clear L;.l;e, Ihg Stone, Krontenac,
White Be-ar and Lake ilinne tonka. In the
r.orth voods of Wisconsin, in the fore"St!
of X-.rthern Michigan and Minnesota, and
in the far stretches of the Dakotas true
sportsmen can iish and hunt to tiieir heart's
content. For pamphlet of "SmnmiT Tours,"
tend "risking and Hunting," apply to near
est ticket ngent, or address with two cent
ft imp. i;K. JI. IIKAKFKKI), W1 Pass.
Aft., i5 Old Colony Building, Chicago, 111.
Honesty is a shield with two sides. The
two parties to a business transaction see it
from different points of view. Life.
You can tell the caliber of a man by the
way he counts the change a person gives
Liia Washington (la.) Democrat.
Two Valued Opinions.
A prominent western railway man, in
speaking of the passenger service of the
New York Central, says: "It besins right,
ends right, and is right in he middle."
An officer of one of the transpacific steam
ship lines says: "There is no train service
in the world comparable with that of the
Xew York Central s Lake Shore Limited."
The best is the cheapest, and the best
is always best. The New York Central
Etands at the head of the passenger lines
of this country and has fairly earned the
title of "America's Greatest Railroad."
Buffalo Commercial, February 14, 1899.
There's no denying the fact that Boston
is one of the has-beans. L. A. W. Bulletin.
tC Tht Maf nral
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the stomach after eating?
Wind on the stnm.
certain glands. When