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y . THABGUS, SATURDAY, JULY, 9, 1898.
i " 1 ' i . . . .
J ! Beware of
at PERFECT FOOD
"Has atoed the test of mere than too yerra axe amass
clauci, &d tar purity tud boocst worth ii unequalled."
XcdKol ami Utrgicol JUvaot,
Costs less than ONE CENT a Cup.'
Trade-Mark on Every Package.
WALTER BAKER & CO. LTD.,
Tom A. Marshall
M6 OTANCT LINK
CITItS Ann mirm at APm rr
f3 TELEGRAPH RATES.
Ahlnnli.n, 111. Li-wlMon.HL
A in I al a. Iu, 1 II, IMJIttf e, low.
Avun.lU. Jiacntnb, HI.
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Arise, 111. MuKutiuc, la.
Ali.ua, 111. Millc-.tiurc. 111.
iiiKiivini', in. niimmouui. in.
Ml. I'l"C-rIll, Iowa.
hVw lUKfuiD, 111.
New Wind'. ir, 111.
North lU-tMieriMJii. Ill,
!'..rt Byron, Til.
frail In C'il, IU.
Hwan Crwk, III.
HI. AllfTn-UUO, lit.
Walnut lin.vo, IU.
V. tl.ilirrtr, luwa.
Volc City, 111.
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I 'r.lar linjilii., Iowa.
f -u.lnvl.io, in.
lll. Iin-t, III.
riii.nlil -, 111.
" Wccderslurc C$
mm tnmuca ana, aawt ar voa.
ELY'S CBF.AN BAI.M la a posltlveeure.
Apply Into the nctrlla, ll la quickly absorbed. M
ram at Prwrrlata or by nail ; aanpk Kir. by mail
ill DKOTUKKS, M Warren St., Nrw Iota City.
Health is Wealth.
Dirt. K. C. WEST'S
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT
THI 0RI6IBAL. U OTHERS NUTATI0M.
laaoldimdor poaitna TTrlttcn vlaaraatM,
tT anthoti arwiU only, in eoro Weak aiamor.
lhanrwaa. Wakpfalnn, Tita, Hratrwna. OnirK.
raa. Riant Is, k.n Vttia, lark of One.
dear. kn nan, liv-i'nt. all I)raina, iooltl-
tal Crrora, or ttrwxiro of Tiik-ioon, Ujiinm,
ft U.imir. whirti to Hl(j. t Viravutnrtira.
loaanivjr aj.,1 1 Daatb. At atr ur bt r.aiL tl a
hna: n i for at; with wrttten ranrantee So
curt) r rruad manrr. Knaunle ueUr.
aa. aootainim S U;r trroi.nL wi;fa fuU
. laatrwctooaa, & tntt. Oro aainrlo ooiy (old to
vmca imam, awrw or ij a.au.
arilii Ubel Special
lwt. - S .
nr i rxrra BirBnurn. at
Ml tMarilitir or BarrantMaaA
MVtl a boat ais for . witt,
rh rvrrltteu mimaiad
fitlK5FEor by mail. Mi
A J. Hiea Fourth Aveou Vng Store, sole
ss-enb kock uiaoa, ui
.ri' sr wt
MS Wholesome an Him Delicious." .
BAKER & CO.'S
Upon tb trctt highway, xrretibed la emefce.
Or enwt or wa! the clank;:iR ea;Snc reels,
Tho weary dust rpins onward ct the stroke
Of half a liundrod r-ht-efai.
It eoiocts the lirca'.hlcrj driver staring straight
TlironsU misty cjcliolcw, wi:h tho budden
Of Lmrnirbrd d-irsc, ctI rir.Ua of penucrcus
And plouds of bls;!ii: r:cara.
Old r-uun:rj k un that trud;;c from ncT7p!oTrcd
And on hisi bridoa s'ay their vrnary foot
Bi-o fwt f!a.Ki boncaih Ihfrn, waviug bands
That ui-.ij rot tuy to gvrvi.
Or rlf.-w, T.-fk hr.!:o-x blast rnd wml'.hy din,
Ky wii6 rvi SiilK:inlHrvre;)(licl(l;a train,
fiuli v.iia i:h niiaou.Tinp iutt and clinking
And cf eirilit riaj cLr.in.
VVWs pyn!, tri.-t'itrd cai:lr,rrcik End still,
fni Ji:u:l:y roz.l for -1t- toli te lir.rn.
And ii" .ly l.!i l-j Utiwcd liuin bouo v.ustorn
Asd v.ristlu j in twis'.rd frrn.
L'vt, Ix-Ht of i.l U tt' i n. it tl.c ehIIi ii uiglst,
.Mn!iK (fit' i'i:.i I'tRimil-.mmt, liuag in r.ir,
M.:'.alkH u.l H.r.Tii.t r. IinktU with choorfal
K'J v. h!o r.ivis fnrnEer i;lnre
Li;r'.itii i'.'.c t"i:n licitt anl (!. rolliTij strnm,
Hnn rir-vrscno, in nr.! towing ditani-o, dies,
XtnckitJ ly tuo wctthiul bi-.tius' loosening
Two rid; n-sontfnl ryes. '
Lord Vyit hihI Other Turns" by Artbnr
C!:rLs:oi.lii r LVni-on.
TROOPS AND DRINK.
Thn Curtntu Stat Mica Sliowlng What Ett-riM-nn
Natku.a Tay I'"or Tlieiu.
Tho frw mis uitrl cdvorates tf "uni
vt rs.il ptiico'' nuil tho fern c.f intemprr
atuo ntt'l ini l ricty art prt fty generally
njrwil tbat tbc espt'iisvu uttL-ndiug war
ami war uru:acii-ut.w u;i.l liijniJ bever
d:,t s of nn ititcsicalitig or sbilarjiing
liiml ere miiluly largo. Tbwe is au old
proverb it is net a Swiss proverb, of
ronr.e to t he effirt tluit a ui;iu who
ilriiiKs mere tlutu bo fhculil "drinkB
Hko a Swiss." usi-l it for tliis reason,
prrbnpii i.!id rcsidet:ts of tbu rcpbli
(if h:wit;;rli:t:d nty fnr tin better oue
thct the famti if Tti(li iii of tiwitzer
l iinl fcr s'ltrit ty is nr.t as fnTroacliint:
as tho fait:c of the grotoh, for iiistetice,
fi friiy'itlity. A recru eoitiptihttiJu
which tint appeared flx.ws that The au
itual expcndi'.ates af the Swim lor wfne,
bir, cit.Vr mid Iruudy aro 175,OOO,.O0i
franrs, sis tinios dh r.meh as is spent on
the army. Ccn:i;iy expeuds, er, more
pr;ierly, iiidiviilaul (inriuiius expend,
?.'iliO,ttl)i).00n a year, on liqnid rrcsb
rnci:Jt3, di;ti!lrd or 'fenaintetl chiefly
Lost' end Rl.ino niae and $1L0,COO,
000 n year tu the Gerinnu army. Frauce
expends in a year ?00,000,000 on
thin!;, chiefty wine, nd ?140,000,000
a year on the maiatesr.nce of th army
of thn rimlilir). Tho Italians expend
02'-0,00,000 a year for lifjcors, wine
and cordials and f .'.5,000,000 for the
Italian oriny, tho espeuditnres bein in
al.oi:t (he. Mane ratio cs in other nations.
Anuria Hungary expeudg less upon
liiicor i:i a roar than cuy other coattry
of the first class in Cnropo, aimmutiu
toabnnt f-J2.'i, 000,000, thonph pcrnoBS
win) aro familiar with lite alon,; thu
blue I)ai:ul:o niipht not nnreawjjii.bly
come ts tho tvui lesion tht-t f0U,fi0u,
000 of this soin wan priit in tho city
of Vienna alone in lai;er beer. Such,
br.wrtur, fit not the c:ia. In tho nnran-
tainnrjs distrirtw, partiechirly in tho
ft i rwt . n
jfrui, iriinsyivuHi.t anil in tjreatia,
vcrj.-littlov.iun is drnuk, and Mjonfjh
Iinncr.ry t.rodures a larce and steadily
inen ausHifj anidiiiit of w ine a veyr large
proporliuii of it is exported to other
tonutrics. Hclativcly not much of it is
kept fur home consumption.
xua iiMiM'iiuiiji.tfmii nrmy uumh
170,000,000 a year, or lew than one
third of tho cost of the liquors con
Eunjed in a year. Tho Rnssiana expeud
1300,000.000 a year in liquors and
Tl... . ... .: . T T rT:-.- a-
f i.iu,vou,uou a year, r.r one-ball as
much, for the maintenance of the army.
. . .
tnpiana expenos $4HU,uuu,000 a year
on beer, ale, wine, porter, giu, rntn and
nioky whisky and $'.10,000,000 a year
0u tl)oniaininauceof the British amir,
No ouo knows exactly how much i
pent m tho Lotted States on liquor in
a year, especially in prohibition 6tates,
but it is tnppncd tbat the wbisky tak
en for mcfljcinal purpotcs coats eefh
year more tnau (iota tbo raaintcnanco
of tho rejrular enuy. litw York Son.
Don't Ntnp film.
He ha a bad attack of colic ami is
making for Thomas' dm;; store after
a bottle of Vo1hv' C.l It fill- A
cent. For sale bv T. It. Thomas.
rwmtv (Ten AI
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.tt. T.- iurhlr 1
nrlr r..w Ln,l Vliallij, n
"r riB a.id at a nu ic
rtafl.. ..nrma .t marr acw.
)...: lain Inun. Tlulrik.
tJrZ th. , , lt , h-r fall. Inalx apm
IT :m a ft u v '
AJAX REMEDY C0?
'Tm sals a Roek Ialaait tn leaafisats'eB
STAGE QUEEN1 AND SPY.
Thrilling Adventures of Patri
otic Pauline Cushman. -
HOW SUE FOOLED GE3EBAL BBAG6.
Her Famoos Toaet to Jcfferaan Davis and
the Soathena CoBfederaey Gives) the j
Hoaorary Title or Major and liarted
With Military Honor.
The remains of Pauline Cushman, tho
noted actress and Union spy. were recent
ly laid at rest with military honors in the
Grand Army plot of tha San Francisco
cemetery. Miss C'lhhmaa'g father was a
Spanlsli rrfnceo of excellent family and
Her mother a Frensh creolo noted for her
graeo and beauty even In that city of
prnceful and beautiful women. From
lier iwrents she inherited the charms of
fare and fijrure, the ardent. Impulsive,
emotional temjicratnent, tho brilliancy of
intellect and the faa-ination if manner
which particularly fitted her for tho role
she was destined to play in the drama of
the preservation of our Union.
AVhen war was declared, Miss Cushman
was playing a successful engaguuicnt
through tho middle and western states,
FAl'LINK CUSUMAN'S FAMOUS TOAST.
but went, south tho next year, olavinir in
those cities which had not us yet ranged
themselves ojienly aud Ixildly on tbo sido
of the Confederacy.
There aro those allvo today who remom-
berwcll the night when PatilinoCushman
m;ulo her drauiatio exit from the scene of
her many triumphs. She had been play
ing a lonjr ciPH!cnient in Wood's theater,
Iiuisville, and had had a lirilliantlv suc
cessful season, forth socially and profes
sionally. Tho city was full of carefully
repulsed secession sentiment, and Pau
line was tho renter of attraction to tho
larRy cintinfnt of paroled Confederate
oOirrrs who made tho placo tfieir tempo
rary home, tine of those Rentlemaa, wrth
a viey to making a sensation arid HUKr
is;r tho loyal residents, daivd the Bomil.ir
nctrehs to drink a toast tj .Tuffcrson Davis
inonoof thesue.ncaof the "Seven Siators,"
the piny then on tho boards, and she gave
linn her wra that sho would.
Tho play went on smoothly and quietly
until tho fateful moment came. Then,
with brilliantly Hashing eyes and a smila
that was scornfully triumphant, albeit she
was iiioro thau a trifle jmlo behind tho
rniie that tho had thought liost to wear
for this oaa niht, Miss Cushmnn ad
vanctHl to ten front of the stao and, rais
in a wineglass on hljrh in her slender
hand, said clearly, deliberately and d8
amly : "Here's to Jefferson Davis and the
southern Confederacy I May the sout h al
ways maintain her honor and herrijrhts!"
Tho house became a pandemonium on
tho instant, and tho terrifled manager,
who had never believed that the dashing
actress would carry out what he consid
ered an idlo boast intended t advertise
herself, rang down the curtain before tho
wineglass touched tho laudiing lips.
That night Paulino was discharged
from tho company, aud the next day alio
wns the idol of every southerner who hrard
tho story. Every door and every heart
was open to her, and when, after twing
lionized for some tine in Louisville, she
was sent licyond the lines on account of
her openly expressed disloyalty tho people
of Xanhville, considurihfr her a victim of
Yankee tyranny, welcomed her enthusias
tically and lauded her to the skies.
Not for many months was the truth
even suspected. Xo one save the actress
herself and those under whose ostlers she
was working; knew that previons to that
sensational episode in Louisville sho had
made a confidant of Colonel Moore, tho
provost marshal of the district, convinced
him of her stanch loyalty, taken tho oath
of allctriance and entered the secret servica
of the Lnited States.
11 vr narrow escapes wero many, but per
haps the narrowest was when sho was
capttu-ed by tho famous guerrilla. Jack
Morgan. Out on a scouting expedition.
misadventures on tho road had caused
Miss Cushman to seek temporary shelter
in the house ol a small planter, and Mor
gan, swooping down upon tho place in
his unexpected fashion, had found her
there and 'Straightway suspected her of
being what she really was a spy. Xot
wishing to take the responsibility of de
ciding upon her case, he concluded to turn
her over to General McKinstry, tho pro
vost marshal, and sho wns sent to tho
headquarters of General lining, known
because of his wiry, angular physique and
his cold, reserved, uniiupreasionable man
ner as "Cast Iron Bragg."
To the fact that the excitement and anx
iety which sho experienced made her too
111 to rise from the rough pallet in her
prison she owed the preservation of her
life. Even tho grim general did not eare
to hang a woman, spy though she was,
who was so sick that she could not stand
upon her fwt. and, taking her cue from
this unexpected leniency, the clever ac
tress grew worse Instaad of bctfa-r daily.
Her case seriously puzzled the tkilled phy
sician called In to diagnose it- Per cap
tors were beginning to snspect that sho
was quite well enough to be hanged if Ehe
wanted to be when General . Rosccran'
advance gaard came rattling into- tiwn
and restored her to "life, liberty and the
pursuit of happiness."
A major's commission was given hr
honorary, of course, as it Is in all cacs
where it is bestowed on women bnt in
her eyes of inestimable value a expressing
something of the army's feeling regarding
ho Aehreataz of a, Yankee Ueateuat at
Gibraltar la 1806.
Two noteworthy facts mark the bat
tle of Lake CLamp'.ain aud that of Lake
Erie. Tney were the only squadron but
tles of the war of 1812, and the two vic
torious American commanders were very
yorng. Perry was 28 and Matdonough
When Macdonoagb was bnt 23 years
of age, an adventure at Gibraltar, in
1806, desfribed in Mr. Spears' "History
of Onr Navy," showed the character of
the man. He was first lieutenant of tho
Yankee brig Siren, and one t'ay while
the captain was on shore at Gibraltar a
Yankee merchantman came into the
port aud anchored near the Siren. A
boat from a Bfitigb frigate near by
went directly to tbatnerchautnmu- acd
in a few miuntesptilled away again,
having oue more man in it than when
it left the frigate.
Maodouongh noted tho fact and sent
Lieutenant Page to tho merchantman,
who returned with the information that
the British had impressed ouo of t!:e
crew of the merchantman.
Macdonough ordered the Siren's gig
away, manned with armed men aud
petting into it himself overtook tho
British boat alongside of the frigate aud
took out of it by force tha impressed
seaman and carried him to the Siren.
Later the cap'.uin of the British Uran-
of-war came on bcarJ tho Sireu aud in
a great rage demanded to know how
Macdonpugh had "dared to take a man
from one of bis majtaty'a boats."
" I vilL' said be, "haul my shin
alongside tbo Siren cud take tho man
by forco. "
"I suppose," answered Uacdonough,
yonr ship can sink the Siren, but e.s
Icng as sho cau swim I shall keep the
"You are a very young man and v.rv
indiscreet," said the buliy. "Suppose I
had been in tbo boat. What would Ton '
"I would have taken the man or last
my life," replied Macdonoogh.
What, sir, would you attempt to
stop mo if I were now to try to impress
men from tbat brig?" thundered the
"I would." answered the calm Mac
donough, "aud to convince yourself
tbat I would yon have only to make the
At that the British captain got into
his boat, rowed away to his frigate ami
then turned and rowed toward tbo mer
chantman. Macdonough at once manned
a boat with an armed crew and rowed
out to protect tho brig. The Euglibh
tuan rowed around tho murchautman
without boarding her and then put back
to his frigate. He had tried to impress
the Yankee sailor not because he wished
to add more to his crow, but to show
his contempt for the little Yankee war
ship. Youth's Companion.
UNCLE SAM'S DOMAIN.
of His Extravacaaoe
a Over oeo.oao.aoo Acres.
The idea that Uiicla Sam is at present
a landless old fellow has generally tak-
on possession of the people throughout
the country. This, however, is a great
mistake. Ho still has land enough to
give each one of his 73,000,000 children
a nico litflo homestead tf eight acres
cacb end still have a ranch of over 1G,-
000,000 acres left. In other words, your
dear old mido still owns something
over 000,000,000 acres, distributed as
follows throughout the various states
Alabama,. 632,839 acres; Arizona,
64,400,211 acres; Arkansas, 8,023,042
acres; California, 43,841,044 acres;
Colorado, 4,037,204 acres; Florida,
l,i0i,GG3 acres; Idaho, 43,9o2,Sri5
acres; Kansas, 1,046, 5S3 ucrcs: Louis
iann, 845,020 seres; Michigan, 532,431
acres; Minnesota, 0,240, 049 acres; Mis-
sppi, 41,441,220 acresj Missouri
49i,7Gl acres; Montana, 71,432,917
acres; Nebraska, 10,6.9,353 acres; Ne
vada, t i, o 1 8,o86 acres; New Mexico,
fifi.983,047 acres; North Dakota, 21,
J8o,293 acres; Oklahoma, 8,105,218
acres; Oregon, 3.1.892.318 acres; South
Dakota, 13,250,718 acres; Utah, 44,-
207,270 acres; Washington, lT.958,5:iO
acres; Wisconsin, 454,107 acres; Wy
oming, 49,341,088 acres; Alaska, 809,
About oue-half this vast amonnt of
land lies, it will be seen, in Alaska, and
it ia very certain that this will never be
availablo for homestead purposes, but
for mining purposes its value In cold
coin may prove to be even greater than
though it were arable. The larger part
of tbe balance lies in fertile and pro
dnctive6tatesand is all subject to borne
Those wbo want homes should avail
themselves of the more liberal than
homestead laws of the United States.
This is the place for tbe eurplns labor.
St Louis Star.
Holland is an abbreviation of Hollow-
laud. It is a low. flat country on tbo
Aortn sea aud is composed mostly of
deposits from tbeKbine and other rivers
and of sand thrown up by the sea. Some
parts of it are even lower than the eea
itself, aud to keep the water out strong
walls called dikes, made of great stones,
timber, tnrf and clay, have bten built
along the shores. Tbe land was former
ly very soft and swampy, but it has
been tiled up or drawn cut by hundreds
of pumps, wbicb are worked either by
windmills or steam engines. Tbe wa
ter is pumped ints canals, which take
tbe place of streets, and the people go
about on tbcin in summer in littls boats
drawn by horses or by dogs, and in
winter they travel merrily over the ice
on skates, which men, women and chil
dren use witb ease and grace.
1 Yeast TEat boy of Sbarpley's is a
bright boy, ien't he?
Cnmsonbeak Yes, bat he'll know
more when be forgets a lot tbat be
thinks be knows now. Yonkers States
PULPIT AND PEW. 3
There will be a nnion service at
Memorial Christian church Sunday
evening, in which the congregations
of the Central and United Presbvter-
ian and First Baptist churches will
oin. Rev. V. L. McNary, of St.
Cloud, Pa., w ill siteak.
There will lie services in the vari
ous churches tomorrow as follows:
Trinity Epwcmal. corner of Stxth ave
nue and Nineteenth atrret. Rev. R F.
Sweet, R T. D.. rector Kev. K F. Gee
curate. Karly celebration, at 7 a. m.
voodavsrboiil at V:laa. m. Matins at !-. a.
m.: second celebration at 12 m.: even sous at
:K p. m
Trinity Fnlacoiial. corner of Fourth
avenue and Seventa street. Kev. R. F. Sweet.
S.T. D.. rector: K. V tire, eiirate. Even
aorg and cut day arbool at S p. m.
si. juaepn Kout:tn Uaihoue. corner
of Second avenue and Fourteenth street. Rev.
Thomas Mackln. dean and paator. Mass at f a
iu. ana nr.w a. m. vesuera at I p. m. a linear
uhuui at t p. m.
ct. atarya ucrtnan Calliolie. corner
of Fourth avenue and Twenty-aeeond street.
iter, m-rnaro uak. D.-wtor. Maaa at S a. m.
and 10:30 p. m. Vesnera at I o. m. Biudar
(German Lutheran, corner of Twen
tieth street and Fifth avenue. Rev. C. A.
Uennlcke pastor, bervlcva at 10 a. m. and
:0pm. Sunday scb.xtl at :30 p. tn.
Grace Knirlish Lntneran. corner of
Fortv-fourth street and Staventa avenue. Raw.
Joseph 1.. Murphy pastor, services al llhaa
a. tn. and 7 p. tn.
Firwt Swedish F.vaneelieal. corner of
Fourteenth street and Fourth arenue. Re.
Carl K. Hlatt, pastor. Swrvloca at 10:30 a. m.
at d i:3i p. m. Suuday school at t p. m.
um swentsta uitberan. 4fna seventh
avenue. Service at lO-.ta a. m. sad 8 P. n
buuda school at :30 a. m.
(jfrmaa Kvaneeucal. Ninth at reel between
ruin and Kixth avenues. Kev. Tneo. F. Kruc
Ker. pastor: services at 10 a. m. and 7.X n. m
aunduy school at p. m.
t irsi Baptist, corner of Third svenus and
rirteeutb xtreet ICev. CaHum E. Taylor Ph
l)..tawi: servioes at 10:4S a. m. Sulilecu
tor t Clisl s stake. ao emnff Hen-ice.
Sunday -vn.H.1 at V:30 a m . S J. Wooain.
superlnleedent. It. Y. 1. U at : p m.
V.ra. i;. K Taylor. leader Topis. -The lrrt-
iuvoftbe Wayv" Junior nuiou atZ:W p. m.
free 8wedisa nussiun. corner ol beventa
street and Fifth avenue. Sunday school at
p. m. Services at 3:30 p. m. l'rayer meetnts
i nur iiwf at s p. m.
KinaiiUK) Hntb.t. 447 KortT-fourth atreet
Sunday nchool at I p.m. H. Y. . V. at
.Second Rumist. IfiilU Second avenue. Re.
WashmKion, pastor; services at, 11 a. m. and
Swedish llBPtlst. correr of Twentv-flrst
street and Fifth avenue, hev. Lucenjuist. pa
vurrnerv.eea at iu-4 a. m. aua i.M o. m
Sunday school at 0.30 a. m.
t irsi Mettaiidtsl. corner of Fifth avenue aad
Nineteenth street. Kev. C. O. MoOulloch.
pastor. Services at I0ft a. m. and 7::w
p. liu MornlUK subject. "I'.iileriui; Into Kcsl;
erelllnir. "A lVrsonal Measatre. Sundv
scli.Hil at V.M a. m Junior leairoe at i'M
p. TO. Kpaiinii league at t:i u. m.
German Methouit. emrr of mix in avenue
and f ourteenth street. Kev. F. H. Hnllnmun
pistor, services at I0:l.s a. pi. and p. m.
tiev. C J. Ixlr, of Iowa, will speak in the
eveiuna. suuday school ul l:l. a tn. l:n
worth LeuL'tie iu 7.
African altlbudist. Fourteenth street and
Konrin avenue. Kev U. 11 Ttioniaa. pastor.
nervicea at iu:. a. rn ana 7:4U n. Hi. bun-
dav schixil at iM p. m.
Mroadway I'restivwnau. corner of Twenty-
third street and Seventh avenue, lie. VV. S
harqul. pastor. Services at 10: IS a m. and
:. p. m. suoa-iv school at v:30 a. m
Vouiik peiileH uieetiiiK at 630 p. au.
uentrai i rcsiiyiertan. ejucuo avenue, be
twern Fourteenth aud Fifteenth street-.. Kev
Ira W. Allen. Jr.. pastor. S--rvicia at 10 IS
rn. Subject, "louiiiiiii; it Jiy to be
Tempted. Sunday sen mi at :la a. ui
i on. or people a muiting at B:W p. in.
United f resbytcnan. Tiilra avenue and
Fourteenth street tSen'Ices at Id. TU a. ru
IVeacliuitr by Itev. D. K McNary. of SI.
t loud. I a Sutijcr:, "The Glorv of Gl.'
Hunoay school at 0:30 a in. YuiioK leoplci
mcelinz ' T. a in.
Alkan Street Chanel. I'resbvterlan. Houth
itooa isiana, Kev. t. w . Alien, jr., pastor: sun
Any school at 3 p. m. Christian lndeavor
meeting at 4 p. m. Services every Tueaday
at 7:30 p. tn.
south iant unapei. iTesnytsnan. Kim street
and Fifteenth avenue, Kev. W. 8. Marquia.
pastor; Sunday school at 8:30 p. m.; services
Tucxiay at ju p. m.
Memorial Christian. Rev. T. W. Craftnn. pa
tor. service at i:i) a. m. ami 7: In p. m
Sunday school al V:15 a m. Y. P. S C. K
l K t.i p. m
Tweiiii-nlntu Street Su-dav Aeb'Hl. Chris
tian, seieuth avenue andTwcnty-ninthureet,
Rev. T- W. Grafton, pastor. Suuday school al
z:.w p. m cnan-a a. v ana in. auMrintentienl
Mihh I tta Tanner. secretary. l'raycr
nieeiinc cnnexoi.v cvrninic at
salvation Army rlarrauaa. Ibiti Keennd av-
enua, aervtcea a follows: Knee drill at
a m., hollnes roecllns at 1W a. in., curia
ttana' meeting at J p. rn., salvatloa meeting at
First Church of Christ. Relentfct.
T Went v third street between Seventh
and Ninth avenues, service at to-to a. m
mill l n. Mo.uiu'' sin i ice I ire: 'even-
inir. "Kliiab s Hroof - hat (Sm1 is ihc fcmiiee of
iipiny. stinaav sebuul tollowa thla servica
Testimonial meetinu rvery Wedaesdav even-
ui if at 7:jo. KoauiiiK rooms open every after-
niHn. except Btinu v. rrom z to i. sunaav
eve.nlov fi m 7 to I.
Y. M. CJ. A. HuildiDir. corner of Third avenue
and Nluetceuth street. Sarvlce at .
The Holland Hubmarlne llnat.
AU our readers aro familiar with the Uo
land Stibmari -e bol, with which it fc p asih'e
to go about comi Ictoly under aaler. Ifibe
enemy have a Mtf waisblp lytrn in attronirly
for hied barber, the brat ean be suhmcrsed
and niaka Pa way to th s tp. p'acc s power
ful exibwlvc under it s-d blow It to pieces
without appearing abut water. While IliH
b'int sccrcUy destroy sbipsot Ihe enemy
Hosteller's St.iin.ica lilt'eis likewise attack
and ovoreomes danKcrous duie3es. A few
doses will five relief in any stomach, liver or
blood disorder. Ihe Hitter sot only cure the
sick, but prevent the well tioui becouiiun
sick. They should be lakn bv all who need a
Hany Teople Cannot rlnk
Coffee at night. It spoil their sleep,
iou can nriuK t.miu-u when vou
please ami sleep like a top. For
irain-l) noes not stimulate; it nour
ishes, cheers ami feeds. Yet it looks
ami tastes like the best coffee. For
nervous itersons, voting people and
children. (Jrain-O is the perfeet drink
Made from pure grains. Get a pack
age irom your grocer today. 1 ry
in place of coffee. 15 and 25 cents.
Whew tin Take tour Vacation
the most ncccssarv article to hare
with you (after your pocket book) i
a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. It i
an absolute prevention or cure of all
derangements of the foiwels caused lr
a change of water. Yon are likely to
need it. For sale bv T. H. Thomas.
I- C. Blanks, of Louisville, Tex.
writes that one box of l)e Witt's Wileh
llael Salve was worth .0.HKMo him
It enred bis piles of 10 years' standing
He advises others to try it. It also
cures eczema, skin disease and ol
stinate sore. T. II. Thomas, A. J
liiess and M. F. Rabnseu. druggists.
A household necetaity. Dr. Thomas
Eclcctric Oil. HeaU burns, cuts
wounds of any sort; cure sore throat
croup, catarrh, asthma; never fail.
Sold lv Marshall 4 Fisher.
Mo-Tv-Uae for fifty Ceatav
Guaranteed tobacco habit rare, make weak
kb atroDfi oiooo pure, sue, n. All orugiariB,
3 KOSaHSaTirossaic tl I
. a. vi.k.s-m a,
exact reproductions of the $io,ooo orifitials by Muville, which wiQ be rives
yon ABSOLUTELY FREE by your
These Plaques are 40 inches in circunifereace, are free of any suggestion of
advertising whatever, and will orrmment the most elegant apartment. No
manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its
customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in
the manner specified. Tbe subjects are:
American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant.
English Quail, English Snipe.
The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each
Plaque is bordered with a band of gold.
has been the standard for 35 years.
TWENTY -TWO MILLION
packages of this brand were sold
last year. That's how good it is.
ASK YOUR DEALER
to show yon tbe plaques and tell
you about Elastic Starch. Accept
That is what the ancients, did in time of war.
Study the bargain offer ings and where to K.t
them is the thing these days, either in times of
war or times of peace. Our store has always
commanded attention by deserving it. Our
stock of furniture surpasses all others in the
variety of assortment and fairness of price. Vc
ask only an inspection
That the purses of the people regulate our
prices. The past two years have been close
times and our prices are consequently close.
Come to our store and see the goods they will
please you, we're sure, and you will not regret
the time you spend, even if you do not buy.
We have many pretty things in tvery line that
should interest you. He alive to your own inter
ests and come to the store that never disappoints.
Clemann & Salzmann
Cor. Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue
LEADERS in FTJE,1TITTJ-K,EI
What the Spaniards Hit!
FREE for st few snoatbs to all users f tha
celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron
Brand). To induce yon to try this brand of
starcbo that yoa may find out far yoorsetf
tbat all claims for its superiority and ecooa
otny are true, the inakershav had prepared,
at great expense, a scries of
grocer on conditions named below.
(Ion To Got Then:
All parrhaser of three tn rent or
all Scent poekarea of Elaat ie Starch
(I'lal Inn Brand), are cot it led torw
eive from their irrnrer one of tlieaa
heaotiful flan Plaaan free. Tbo
plaque will not be aent by avail.
They can be obtained only from your
Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch.
Do oof delay. This ofTnr
1 for a abort tine only.
YOU ! :
"Tbe Spaniards didn't
hitatbin but water, and tbst
wasn't a great difficulty.'" fipbt
ing IV.I) Kvans said. If they bad
seen anything so tempting and
refreshing as our Wines they
would have aimed for it sure,
and -hit" it more than once. .
Our fine Wines and Lienors are .
nnexM-lled as a tonic- and pure