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THE NEBRA8KAN ARRIVES At
NEW YORK FROM HIS TOUR
AROUND THE WORLD.
given an ovation
Would Net Talk Politics, Holding In
Reserve His Opinions to Express
Them at Madison Square
Col. William J. Uryan, of Nebraska,
arrived at Now York on the steamer
Prlnzcss Irene, Wednesday afternoon.
Ho was taken on board the yacht
"lllinl," owned by a citizen of S
Louis, and then ashore, where he
spent the evening at the home of Louis
Nixon. ISarly this morning ho boarded
yacht again, and at 4 p. m. will make
his formal entrance Into the city, and
to-night will speak at Madison Square
Carden. Tho story of his arrival Is
told In the following dispatch:
Now York, Aug. 30. Under gray
skies, but In exuberant spirits, and
bronzed by the suns of many climes,
during a year of travel completely
around tho world, William Jennings
Uryan, of Nebraska, steamed up Now
York bay Wednesday afternoon on the
steamer Prinzess rent?, and recelvoi.
Mr. Bryan Interviewed.
Mr. llryan, surrounded by his fel
low passengers, stood well forward on
the promenade deck of the Prinzesf
Irene as the vessel steamed In p;u
Sandy Hook. His steamer's unchoi
had not been cast in quarantine be
fore tut; iebrnskau was met by a del
egation of newspapermen.
"I do not know what I can say
worth reporting," he said In answer tc
their queries. "Our travels havo been
discussed in my letters, and as 1 make
a speech on Thursday night 1 shul!
reserve until that time any comments
1 may havo to make upon the present
situation. What I have to say of pi
Itics at this time, and with my Incom
plete knowledge of affairs at hnmn.
will be said at the Madison Sauura
A Third Nomination.
Asked pointedly regarding tho prob
ability of his candidature, Sir. llryan
said he had nothing to add to the
letter he wrote former Senator .r. K
Jones, of Arkansas, in which ho said
he might accept a third nomination
under conditions which ho nnnind.
Asked regarding his opinion as to
ino rnanccs for a democratic victory
two years nencp, .Mr. llryan said:
"I havo been away for some tlmp
and 1 can add that I havo been awny
too long to come back a prophet. 1
novcr predict, for predictions do not
tell the story.
"No. I Will Not Prophecy."
"You nave seen foiiio of tho pre
dictions given out In tho bent nf r
campaign, anl you know how different
romo estimates are from what como
to pass. No, I will not prophecy.
always assume that tho chances ol
democratic success iu-p Improving."
"Do you think that the republican
administration has been such as
increase those chances?" was nRicnri
I can not discuss that question at
present; but I do think that tho pros
cnt administration has dono mnph ir
olucato the people to make them seo
tho value of democratic Ideas. To go
ncyond that would bo to discuss poll
tlcp, and that I will not do."
By Courtesy of Roos-elt.
lie was taken off the Prinzes;
liono by special permission of Pics
Ident Roosevelt shortly ufter th vos
sol had anchored In quarantine. First
he went aboard two tugs, which had
Decn chartered by "Bryan's Nebraska
Homo Folks," where ho was exultant
ly greeted, and hailed as tho next
prctilont. Ho then went aboard the
trim little yacht "lllini," owned by his
long-time mend oud schoolmate, Ed
ward V, Cioltra. of St. LouIh. nmi
where such well-known democrats as
r.orman E. Mack, national commltco
man for New York, and Daniel J. Cam
1 an, national committeeman for Mich
igau. wcro awuitlng him.
Spent the Evening On Shore.
In las "lllinl ' Mr. Hryan was taker,
to tho landing of the Ocean Yacht
club, at Stapleton, Staten Island,
vhcro he landed, and wa3 whirled
awuy In an automobile to the homo o.
I.cwla Nlxou, "Hen Draw," on the
heights of Tompklniiville, and over
looking the harbor. Hero Mr. Hryan
was entertained, the evening being tie
oted to u serious confereucu with in
timatu personal friends, aud men o
prominence in his party.
Mr. Bryan was accompanied by hb
wife and daughter, Miss driest Brya
WORN TO A SKELETON.
A Wonderful Restoration Caused
Sensation In a Pennsylvania
Mrs. Charles N. Preston, of Elkland,
Pa., says: "Three years ago I found
that my housework
was becoming a bur
den. I tired easily,
had no ambition and
was fading fast. My
complexion got yel
low, and I lost over
CO pounds. My thirst
was terrible, and
thero was sugar, In
tho kidney secre
tions. My doctor kept mo on a strict
ilet, but as his medicine was not help
ing me, I began using Doan's Kidney
Pills. They helped mo at once, and
soon all traces of sugar disappeared.
I have regained my former weight and
am perfectly well."
Sold by all dealers. CO cents a box.
Fostcr-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
A woman willingly promises to obey
a man at tho altar, mil sues api to
forgot to deliver the goods.
To prevent that tlrod feeling on
Ironing day Use Defiance Starch
saves time saves labor saves annoy
ance, will not stick to tho Iron. Tho
big 1C oz. package for 10c, at your gro
Eugenie's Mission to Austria.
Th Paris tiancrs still insist that
Empress Eugcnio went to lsclil on a
match-maklnc errand. She wishes. It
Is said, tho hand of a granddaughter
of Francis Joseph for Princess Louis
That an article may bo good as wjli
as cheap, and give entire satisfaction,
Is proven by tho extraordinary sale of
Defiance Starch, each p.ickago ccn
talnlng one-third more Starch tlrin
can be had of any other brand for tho
In a thousand miles of Europe an
observer saw only ono rubbish heap
some old metal cans at Carlsruhe.
Everywhere else was a complete ab
sence of all waste or carelessness,
and above all, of defacement and
'FRISCO'S CROP OF GENIUS.
Seeond Only to New York in Vigor
and Freshness of Its Literature.
New York Is of course tho great
American market for literary wares
says E. S. Martin In Appleton's
Magazine. There Is also a measure of
hospitality shown to writers and their
products in Boston, Philadelphia, Chi
rago anil Indiannpolls.
But San Francisco for thirty years
past has beaten all four of these sub
sidiary literary centers in tho fresh
ness and vigor of its inspirations.
It bus had nn ocean of its own to
stimulate) its Imagination, a new conn
try behind and about it and an nd
venturous and virile population that
has liked to live Its own llfo in Its
own way and dream and live Its own
It has had money, too. It has sent
out Its envoys to view tho world (and
a good many of them havo stayed
away), anl because it has been one
of the world's great Stirling places
and landing places It lias viewed ha
bltually from its own doorstep pretty
much every kind of human creature
that bus been worth looking at.
Altogether, San Francisco lias been
like no other city of our republic
GOOD AND HARD.
Results of Excessive Coffee Drinking.
It Is remarkablo what suffering
some persons put up with just to sat
isfy an appetite for something.
A Mich, woman says: "1 had been
using coffee since I was old enough to
have a cup of my own at tho table
and from It I have suliered agony
hundreds of times in the years past
"My trouble first began in tho form
of bilious colic, coming on every few
weeks and almost ending my life. At
every attack for 8 years I suffered In
this way. I used to pray for death to
relievo me from my suffering. I had
also attacks of sick headache, and lie
gan to suffer from catarrh of the stonv
ach, and of course awful dyspepsia.
"For about a year I lived on crack
era and water. Believing that coffee
was the cause of all this suffering, I
finally quit It and began to use
Postum Food Coffee. It agreed with
my stomach, my troubles havo left
me and I am fast gaining my health
under Its use.
"No wonder I condemn coffee and
tea. No ono could be In a much more
critical condition than I was from
the uso of coffee. Some doctors pro
nounced It cancer, others ulceration
but none gave mo any relief. But
3lnco I stopped coffee and began Pos
turn I am getting well so fast I can
heartily recommend It for ul) who
suffer as I did." Name given by
Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Bead
ho little book, "The Boad to Woll
vllle." "There's a reason."
aSBSa.0 -B -.tVfe
WILD WITH ITCHING HUMOR.
Eruption Broke Out In Spots All Over
Body Cured at Expense of Only
$1.25 Thanks Cutlcura.
"The Cutlcura Remedies cured mo of
my skin disease, and I am very thank
ful to you. My troublo was eruption
of tho skin, which broko out In spots
all over my body, and caused a con
tinual Itching which nearly drovo mo
wild at times. I got medicine of a
doctor, but It did not cure me, and
when I saw In a paper your ad, I sont
you for the Cutlcura book and I
studied my caso In it. I then went
to tho drug store and bought one cake
of Cutlcura Soap, ono box of Cutlcura
Ointment and ono vial of Cutlcura
Pills. From tho first application I re
ceived relief. I used tho first set and
two extra cakes of Cutlcura Soap, and
was completely cured. I had suffered
for two years, and I again thank Cutl
cura for my cure. Claude N. John
son, Maplo Orovo Farm, It. F. D. 2,
Walnut, Kan., Juno 15, 1905."
Yes, the prisoner was a woman of
extraordinary nerve. They tried in
ovcry known way to make her nerv
"Yes. They shot off n gun unexpect
edly, yelled 'Firo!' and told her n dls
tunt powder blast was an earthquake.
Still she was unmoved. Then they
liberated a mouse."
I'll wager a bank roll against a
stogie that the mouse made her nerv
ous." Not at all. She only stepped on
It and laughed."
"Great Jupiter! Such a woman as
that wouldn't loso her nerve if tho
"Ob, yes. One of the detectives
stepped up and whispered In her car
that her hair had been mussed up for
I wo hours, and then she collapsed."
What a miserable crowd of pessi
mists wo would lie If wo could see
ourselves m others see us.
It's unsafe to bury tho dead past
better cremate it.
Positlvclr enrrd by
inese lauiu t-uitu
They also relleio Dis
tress from Drancreta. in-
digestion and Too Hearty
Eating, A perfect rem
edy tor Dizziness, Nausea,
Drowsiness, Bad Tasto
In tho Mouth, Coated
Tontruo, Pain In tho Side,
TOUPID LIVETL Taw
rcgulato tho Bowels.
SHALL PILL SHALL DOSE SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
That OXIDINE, is the BEST CHILI TONIC on the marhet
is the fact that others are trying to imitate it.
OXIDINC CAME INTO THE FIELD THE FIRST OF ITS KIND DRAND NEW. NOW YOU ARE OFFERED OTHER THINOS WHICH
THEY CLAIM ARE "JUST AS GOOD." WHEN THEY DO THIS, THEY ADMIT THAT IF THEY COULD ONLY MAKE IT JUST LIKE
OXIDINE, THEY WOULD HAVE REACHED PERFECTION. Br this they acknowledge that OXIDINE IS THE BEST. Let imitations
alone. STICK TO THE ORIGINAL. You get it at tba same price.
THE CHILL TONIC THAT CURES CHILLS AND FEVERS
Head tho following analysis
Secretary ot tnu state I'narmaceutical Association 1 1 ho Texas
Chemical and Biological
aselrilt end Valuation el Cottoa feed sad lice rrodeeti a Specialty.
Watere, sclli. Otis. Oree, r.te., Cerefelly Eiaalaea ssd teportea
Upon. Keporte Made oa XceneaJe Oeolof.
P. S. TiLSON. Director, Analytical and Consulting Chemist
US 1-1 IIAIH tTItIT
HornTol, Tsi. June !7, ItW..
Mr. It. II tl'uflrr, R'crtlary Ttxat Slatt l'liumactultcul Anoclallon,
Drill t.lK. Herewith I bril to hand you certMcato it enelj.le of tlie
Ollitlno ! Mltnnlltx.1 a few day flncu,
I trut till. lll 1 llly rfHttlve.1 and found rntlri'ly aatUfactnry. I
havoki'iit im waltlriir for a little wlillu, Itilt I ai'pni'late lliArf.Hineltlllty
wulrh yuu have lit t'i .la.'.t UMin inoi for that rraeuii I liavu Ukl'ti
uiy tint to l. trrtaln and amira to about my wulle.
If 1 ran rtnuyoq u tuv future il-ao4dvlM inc. Thanking you, I lg
to rome.u, ) our t cry truly.
l'. B. T1L80.N, Chemist.
To keep your auto looking bright
uso the following mixture for all paint
ed parts: Sperm oil, . one-halt pint;
common vinegar, one-halt pint; oil
bergamot, one dram. Mix and rub with
clean cloth. For all brass work use
trtpoll, ono and one-bait pounds; any
lubricating oil, eight ounces; gasoline,
threo quarts. This is one of the best
cleaners for all polished brass.
If you contemplate buying a medium
priced automobile- and want to bo cer
tnln of securing a car suitable for tour
ing on country roads, up hill as well as
down hill, you will make no mistake
In buying cither a Bulcck, Maxwell,
Mitchell, Reo, Knox, Franklin or
Queen. Thcso range in price from
750 to $2,000.
Magnificent Sacred Edifice.
Tho largest and costliest building
thus far undertaken In Now York, the
city of Immcnso structures, Is the
magnificent $10,000,000 Episcopal Ca
thedral of St. John tho Divine, now bo
lng erected on Mornlngsldo Heights.
This will bo the greatest edifice in
America, and tho fourth in import
ance in tho world.
Tuberculosis In Germany.
Under tho workmen's sickness in
surance law about $9,500,000 was
nnni In fieriiumv In tho treatment
of tuberculous patients in the years
1001 to 1903.
Skin & Scalp
Because of its Delicate
Sanative, and Antiseptic
Properties combined with
the purest of Cleansing
Ingredients and most re
freshing of Flower Odors.
Sold thro'irhnut the world. Cutlcura floee, V.,Olnt.
tnriit,"i-., toeulvenftuc. (in form ol Chocolate Coated
Mil. lie. prr vial of AO). A .Ingle tet oft.n curte.
Ih'iM.tit tatiUon, L-7 Chert, rhouaobij.i farlM Kue d la.
Til 1 1 llo.ton, M7 Coluuihue Ate. I'utur Drug Cham.
Corp.. Solo Trope.
-Knil f..r "How taVmnn. Purify, end Rtentlfy ths
Belu, fecalp, Hall, mod Hand, ul lulaula and Children."
made by tho state chemist
who analyzed Ihreo
CHILL CURE THAT CURES CHILLS
Whan you buy
oier good points
re combined In
Tmi ran atifaM '
to Bvy arty other
a j town co MitcM uta,
Towta. c...om co he
W. L. DOUGLAS
1ST IN THK WORLD
W.LDong!M$46ilt Edg ltn
Miwot w eqimiea atani ptio
To Shoe Of alert t
HOES FOR EVIRY10DY AT ALL FBICKS.
ICan'a Sboaa. S5 to Sl.BO. Son' Shoal, S3
toSl.35. Woman'! Shoe. S4.00 to Sl.BO.
Mssee'ee Children's Shoci. fa. SO to fl.OO.
Try W. I.. DiiukIm Woinru'a. Misses and
Children' thorn; for style, fit and wear
Mirny ftctl other make!.
II I could take you Into my targe
factories at Brockton, Mass., and show
you how carefully W.L. Douglas shoes
are made, you would then understand
why they hold their shape, fit better,
wear longer, and are of greater value
than any other make.
Wherever you live, you can obtain W. I..
Deuclaa allocs. Hit name and price t ttamrcd
on the bottom, which protect! you acalnst lilzti
prices and Interior hoes. Tak no uhif
tuter. Aik your dealer lor W. L. Douglas shoe!
nd Insist upon having them. ...
fait Color tgtltti used; thti will not wear brassy.
Write lor Illustrated Catalog ot Pall Styles.
W. U DOUOLAS, Dept. 12, Brockton, Mass.
that women suffer every
month, can be relieved by
taking opiates and other
dangerous drugs, but the
only safe way is to cure
the disease that causes
the pain, which can be
done by taking
"I would nearly dio every
month," writes Mrs. Nellie
French, of Batavia, O., "with
pains in head and back, but
Cardui eased all pain. I can
not recommend it too highly."
At all Druggists. en
WHITE lor Free Advlce.stati lis ace
ml describing your symptoms. u
ediclno Co., Cbuttunooga. 'lenn.
bottles of Oxidino sent to him by tho
l . . I. liouglae- job- r bbwY gara a
I bins Iioiim la tha molt I f BJBJ vfl
I complete In Ihla country II Hjsk. Jy 1
Hctail Druggists Association);
Chemical and Biological
aaelyeli sad Tslastlaa ef Cettsa lead ssd Bice rrodscts s Specialty.
Watere, loll), oils, Ores. lie., Csrefslly Itemised ssd Keyorted
Vpea. Beyorls Made oa gesaomto O.oloiy,
P. S. TILSON. Director, Analytical and Consulting Chembt
111 1-3 MaW 1TKIT
CERTIFICATE OK ANALYSIS
Ol Three Bottles of Ozldine Submitted by R. II. Walker, ol Gonzales,
Texas, Secretary ol tha State Pharmaceutical
llol'KToo, THAU, Juno 87, IJWI.
I find tlila Oildlna to contain ateolut)y no ikiImjuomh or Injurloua
drutce or rueinlpala aud hot a trere ot Arariift'. routine, klorpljlni, Ituc-lno
or htryrlinlue nor, lafst, anything thai would produce u harmful tttoct
whatever. rlssvectfully euUuiu.d,
l a. TILSON. Chcmlet.