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A now detachable grip for blcycli
handle bars has nn expansible sleeve
with a sono Inside and a cap at the
end , a screw being set'ln the latter to
draw the cone Into the sleeve nnd grip
the Interior of the bnr , while the outer
portion of the grip Is attached to the
rim of the cap.
Locks for mall boxes are protected
from the weather by a new cover which
Is hinged to the face of the door and
provided with a spring catch nt the
top , which engages a notch cut In the
top of the door to hold It In a closed
T-mUrn Cnn Wonr 8lioo
One size smaller nf tcr using Allen's Foot
Ease , a powder for the feet. It makes
tight or new shoes easy. Cures swol
len , hot. sweating , nulling feet , ingrow
ing nulls , corns and bunions. At nil
druggists and shoe stores , " 5 cts. Trial
pnclcnirc FK12I3 by mull. Address Allen
S. Ohnsted , . Le Hey , N. Y.
A strong-minded woman never haste
to borrow a penknife from a man.
U. S. I'lUciit Olllci )
A patent has been granted to Alice
M. Stover of Guthrlo Center , Iowa , fern
n rotnblo table top , upon which
dishes of food can be placed and pass-
successively to persons seated around
We secured the grant of a patent to
J. W. Brubaker of Tracy , la. , for n
wagon end-gate in which standards
are fixed to the Inside faces nnd icar
ends of the side-boards of the box and
the end-gate , connected with the
standards In such a manner that it can
be locked in a closed position or sup
ported In an inclined position.
Upon appeal to the board of ex-
amlners-in-chief , a patent 1ms been al
lowed to W. P. Unrtholow of Laurens ,
la. , for an adjustable milk pall holder.
Of the five latest appeals we have
made we won four.
Michael Harrold of Redding , la. , has
been granted a copyright for a book
entitled "Harrold's War Songs. "
Consultation and advice free. Address -
THOMAS G. ORWIG & CO. ,
Solicitors of Patents.
Des Moines , Iowa , July 29 , 1S99.
It Is a sign of spring when the gun
clubs put forth their shoots.
Coo'rt Cotili liiilxiini
Is thooldc't nuil host. Itlll lirenk tip n cold quicker
than auytlmii ; clsu. It Unm-nys reliable , irylt.
The owner sometimes discovers tlmt
the mare makes the money go.
Cut Kiilcs on All Itiillunyn P. II. Plillliln
Ticket Broker , 1505 Farnam , Omaha.
T. H. Price , the New York million
aire , is , facially , the double of Con
gressman "Joe" Bailey of Texas.
" The present "needs patrlots"'as well
as the past.
With what stationery yo write yo
shall Uo written unto.
What does it do ?
It causes the oil glands
in the skin to become more
active , making the hair soft
and glossy , precisely as
It cleanses the scalp from
dandruff and thus removes
one of the great causes of
It makes a better circu
lation in the scalp and stops
the hair from coming out.
9 ! PreiTCRK and II
Ayer's Hair Vigor will
surely make hair grow on
i bald heads , provided only
there is any life remain
ing in the hair bulbs.
It restores color to grayer
or white hair. It does not
do this in a moment , as
will a hair dye ; but in a
short time the gray color
of age gradually disap
pears and the darker color
of youth takes its place.
X7ou.ld you like a copy
of our book on the Hair
and Scalp ? It is free.
If you do not olitaln nil thn bcncQtt
you expected from tlio use of the VlKor
write the Doctor nbout It.
Adilreu , UH. J. 0. AYEIt.
Lowell , Mass ,
WILL KEEP YOU DRY.
I Don't bt fooled with a mackintosh
j or rubber coat , II you wnnUcoat
I th t will keep you dry In the lianl-
leit ittrm buy the Fish Brand
I Slicker. It not ( or fale In your
I town , wtltt for catalogue to
A. J. TOWER. Daitun. Matt.
The Admiral and His Flagship Journey
ing Home ,
DISTINGUISHED HERO AT NAPLES.
American CoiiKiilnto Olllccrs Pat Oft In
Launch to Tomlor Welcome Ailnilnil
\ Boromuletly n Troop of JHliistroU
Umwn Alongside lliinqtiot In IIli
NAPLES , Aug. 7. ( New York World
Cablegram. ) In the morning mist ,
with Veusvlus obscuring the light of
the rising sun , the Olympla entered the
bay , anchoring well out from the piers ,
nt 0 o'clock. Consul Bylngtou went
aboard at 0 and the admiral sent off
Ensign Scott to inform Mr. Iddlngs ,
our charge d'affaires at Rome , that
the launch was nt his disposal. Id-
dings , with Mr. Parsons , the secretary ,
went out on the launch. Consul Gen
eral Decastro and the vice consul gen
eral at Rome and Consul Gaughy nt
Messina also paid their respects , mak
ing n little American party , which ,
after seeing the ship , formed a group
around the admiral , who was much
amused by the singing of itinerant
minstrels , who came alongside the
boat , reaping n harvest of coppers.
Then came a tourist party , anl after
ward Vice Admiral Gonzales , com
manding the department , Signer Cav-
nsola , the prefect , and General Bagll-
At 3 Admiral Dewey returned the
minister's , prefect's nnd general's call ,
accompanied by Flag Lieutenant
Brumby and Captain Lnmbcrton.
At today's dinner the guests will be
the resident consuls , Dr. Ilelsor of the
Marine corps , sent here to Inspect Im
migrants , nnd Admiral Gonznles , Pre
fect Cavasola and General Bagllola ,
besides the admiral , Brumby , Lamber-
ton and four other oniccrs. The Olympia -
pia dinner will be private. There- will
bo no speeches , merely the toasts of
the president , the admiral and the king
of Italy being drunk. Some night next
week Iddlngs will have the admiral
and officers over at his summer place
nt Sorrento for an entertainment , con
sisting of music nnd dancing in native
The admiral took the greatest cnro
of the officers' and men's wishes and
so far as possible granted them leaves
freely , seeming to enjoy arranging
their holidays. He insisted that Father
Brunoy , the chnplnln. must go to
Rome , whore Sunday is a great day
of his church , and other signs of-his
regard for hlR men were given.
Lewis M. Iddingo , secretary oC the
United States embassy , and Mrn. Id
dlngs , who arrived hero from Rome
for the purpose of welcoming Admiral
Dewey , nave a banquet in his honor
nt the Hotel Royal. The room was
richly decorated with llowers nnd hung
with American and Italian Hags.
The eighteen guests Included Lieu
tenant General B. Bngliola of the
Twentieth ( Ralzornc ) military division ,
Vice Admiral Gonzales. commander in
chief of the Naples Maritime depart
ment ; the prefect of police of Naples.
Captain Benjamin T Ivimberton and
four officers of the Olympia ; R. C. Par
sons , second secretary of the embassy ;
H. Docastro , United States consul gen
eral at Rome ; A. II. Byington , United
States consul at Naples ; Charles M.
Gnughy , United States consul at Mes
sina , and Dr. Helser.
Mr. Iddings toasted King Humbert ,
President McKlnloy and Admiral
Dowey. There were no set speeches.
PENSIONS Of THE LAST WAR.
A Nebraska Soldlrr of tlio Spanish AVnr
Ootn pao u Month.
WASHINGTON , Aug. 7. In the list
of pensions granted by the department
nt Washington , nnd published Satur
day , appears the name of Clarence
Reed of Red Cloud , Neb. , who has
been granted a pension of $30 n month ,
for injuries received during his service
in the army In the late war between
Spain and the United States. The
regiment to which Mr. Reed was at
tached does not appear In the official
nnnouncement of the granting of the
WyomliiK Will "Want Mm Corn.
CHEYENNE , Wyo. , Aug. 7. Gover
nor Richards has returned from n three
weeks' trip through Kansas , Missouri
nnd Texas to the gulf of Mexico , where
nt Tarpon City ho spent several days
catching tarpon. Governor Richards
says the immense corn crop of the
states -he passed through Insures a big
demand for Wyoming , Colorado and
other western states' feeders , both In
sheep nnd cattle , and a consequent
continuation of good prices in the live
CuMilry to ( io to
FORT MEADE , S. D. , Aug. 7. It Is
rumored here that the First Cavalry ,
stationed here , will bo ordered very
soon to go to the Philippines. For
some time the canteen has been dis
posing of everything , nnd the troops
nre gradually getting in shape to move
nt a moment's notice. This Is one of
the crack regiments.
Joint Inquiry In TruiiHviinl.
LONDON , Aug. 7. A special from
Johannesburg says : It is reported
that the government has accepted the
proposal for a joint inquiry and has
suggested that France , Germany , Rus
sia and Holland bo nsked to send rep
resentatives to take part in the In
The KIIIINIIH Corn Crop ,
TOPEKA , Aug. 7. Secretary Coburn
of the state board of arglcultnre has
issued a bulletin , based upon reliable
reports from correspondents through
out the stnto , In which he states the
present condition of the Kansas corn
crop to be 99.03 , with prospects for the
greatest yield ever known In the his
tory of the state. The ncerago of corn
Is 8,234,500 and the estimate yled per
acre , forty-four bushels , which would
give the astonishing total of 302,000,000 )
bushels , or throe times the yield )0f
last sumn.ar and almost 100,000,000
bushels greater than the banner year
rrcnldcnt Mny Appoint.
WASHINGTON , D. C. , Aug. 7. The
following Nebraska postolllccs will be
come presidential ofllces October li
Bancroft , salary of postmaster , $1,000 ;
Plalnvlew , salary of postmaster , $1,1UO ;
University Place , salary of postmaster ,
$1,000 ; Tnblu Iloek , salary of postmas
ter , $1,000.
Ciirprntur I'till * 35 l-'oot.
OXFORD , Neb. , Aug. 7. While
working on the B. & M. lound house
C. H. Chase , one of the company car
penters , fell n distance of thlrty-flvo
feet , seriously Injuring him nbout the
head nnd shoulders. Ho Is a resident
of Lincoln nnd will bo taken homo ns
soon ns he is able.
Hoys llvcuiiiu Intoxli'ittcd.
BEATRICE , Neb. , Aug. 7. Five
lads , ranging In ngo from 13 to 10
years , were arrested by the olllcers
hero on n charge of being drunk. They
wore lodged In the city Jail for the
night nnd nt their trlnl the quintet
were nil fined $5 each. They will bo
compelled to Iny out their lines unless
their parents come to the rescue.
Corn 00 ] liilit < lN r-r Acre.
IIARBINE , Nob. , Aug. 7. This portion
tion of Nebraska has the best pros
pect for the largest yield of corn per
acre wo Imvo over had. The stand Is
perfect and sufllclent rains have kept
the ground in excellent condition. The
recent rainfall was over three Inches.
Corn Is well along , and with n few
more light rains It will make an average -
ago yield of sixty bushels per aero.
YORK , Neu. , Aug. 7. York county
never raised larger corn stalks nor
over had brighter propspects for so
largo a yield of corn. Corn stnllcs
measuring eleven to twelve foot arc
the rule , but there nre a number which
measure from thirteen to fifteen feet
high and fully two Indies thick , on
which nro ears of corn looking ns long
as a boy's arm.
Mnjr Yet Ilcromo Murder.
FALLS CITY , Aug. 7. Policeman
Stump , who was shot several days ago
by an unknown mnn , Is growing
worse. There is scarcely any hope for
his recovery. John Hurst was sot at
liberty , as no case could bo made
against him. It Is thought tlmt a man
by the name of Qulmby set the would-
be murderer across the river , but as
yet Qulmby will not toll who the party
was. The officers hope to Induce him
Koport on IMutt- County School * .
COLUMBUS. Nob. . Aug. 7. Superin
tendent L. II. Lcavey has just finished
his nnnunl report of the schools of
Platte county. The repot t Is for the
school year ending July 10 , 1899 , and
shows that cho total amount of money
received from all sources during that
time was ? 91,17-1.52 , and the total ex
penditure during the same tlmo was
? 7G.471.S1. The total value of all school
property In the county Is given nt
LINCOLN , Nob. , Aug. 7. Reports
received from the Nebraska weather
station Indicate tlmt the recent rain
fall was quite general over the state
and of generous proportions. At Col
umbus two Inches fell , at Aurora 2.5 ,
Kearney 2.G4 , Ashland 1.1 , Benklemnn
1.24 , Broken Bow 1.18 , Central City
1.5 , Curtis 1.8 , Greeley 1.74 , McCook
1.12 , Palmer 1.3 , Alliance 0.3 , Arapahoe
0.54 , Burwell 0.02 , Erlcson 0.42 , Hart-
Ington 0.24 , Hastings 0.3 , lloldrcgc 0.8 ,
Imperial 0.8 , Lincoln 0.1 , Loup City
0.8 , North Platte 0.52 , Oakdalo 042 ,
Omaha 0.8 , Plattsmouth 0.54 , Schuylor
0.20 , Seward O.G1 , Tckamah 1.12 , Vnlen-
I'lnttn Cnnnl 1'cnnllilo.
WAHOO , Neb. , Aug. 7. The Fre
mont Canal and Power company filed ,
by their secretary , J. F. Hanson , with
the county clerk of this county the
duly authorized permit from the secre
tary of state , to construct n big reser
voir In the northern part of this
county , partly on a flno farm belong
ing to W. J. Harmon. The reservoir
will cover an area of 700 acres to an
average depth of10 feet. The greatest
depth will bo 120 feet. The power ca
pacity will be nearly 700,000,000 cubic
feet. Preliminary surveys have been
made and the plan Is perfectly feasible.
The topography of the country Is such
that an Immense power plant could be
constructed nt a minimum cost.
Colil DiiKt for NHmiHlci Irurmn.
LYONS , Neb. , Aug. 7.-Charlie P.
Osberg of Dawson City , Alaska , n
brother to N. G. Osberg , living near
town , with Anthony Crown , a partner
associated with him In mining prop
erty there , nre trading their gold dust
for Nebraska farms. Mr. Osberg and
his three partners , Crown , Nelson nnd
Armstrong , nre practical irlners. They
went to Alaska from Cripple Crook ,
Colo. , two years ago , locating claims
about twelve miles from Dawsop In
partnership , each working his own
claim , with the understanding that the
one that struck pay dirt was to share
equally with the others. Mr. Osberg's
claim proved the bonanza , the thirty
days' clcnn-up from his mine amount
ing to $15,000. Mr. Osberg and Crown
cnmo out to Invest the money In farm
property , wlilch they did In the name
of the four partners , and returned to
Alaska this morning.
> 0t tO UllVO Illl OHTIl | IIOIISO.
HARVARD , Neb. , Aug. 7. It has
been demonstrated that the people of
Harvard do not want nn opera house ;
that Is to say , they do not want to fur
nish the price. For nearlj four weeks
J. S. Rose of Des Moines has been In
the city working up the interests of the
Highland Nobles , a fraternal benefici
ary organization. Ho made a proposi
tion to the citizens' opera house eom--
mlttee to organize a lodge of 250 mem
bers and guarantee the erection of a
commodious opera house , If the citi
zens would subscribe $1,000. Only
about $400 could be raised.
Killed In n Itunitwny Accident ,
FREMONT , Neb. , Aug. 1. James
Choczem died at the hospital In thla
city , from the effects of Injuries by
being run over by a runaway team.
Ho was 77 years old.
Tlio Stnto AMrmnimit.
LINCOLN , Nob. , Aug. 4. The Btato '
assessment made by the state board
nf equalization Is divided among the
various funds as follows : General
fund , ? S 15,529.45 ; sinking fund , 198-
043.11 ; university fund , $109,105.91 ;
school fund , $174,114.02 ; total , ? 1 , SG-
New Dlncmi ! Among Cuttle.
SHELTON , Nob. , Aug. 4. Much
apprehension Is expressed ever n new
disease which has mndo Its appearance
among cattle In pastures In this vicin
ity , one stockman having n large num
ber of cows which have gone blind. A
tine bull Is also affected In like manner.
What the malady Is no one seems to
know. ' v t V n
Corn lluilly l
PLAINV1EW , Neb. , Aug. 4. A heavy
lain fell hero. It was accompanied with
n hard wind , which blow almost
ntratght from the north. Corn Is bad
ly lodged over nnd small grain un
cut Is badly down. The largest part
of the small grain Is In shock. Oats
are very heavy. Wheat Is good
straw , but will not bo ns heavy yield
as at first antlclnated.
ft.'her < ! < ti the Child.
BEATRICE , Nob. , Aug. 4. In the
elrcuito court a habeas corpus case In
volving the custody of n 2-year-old-
glrl was hoard. The child's mother
died about a week ago and the con
tention was between Eugene Ames ,
father of the child , nnd William Him-
vcr , her grandfather. The court di
rected that the child bo given Into the
custody of Its father. The parties to
the case are from the vicinity of Dlller.
WILCOX , Aug. 4. Sunday night the
postulllcc nt this plnco was entered by
burglars and an attempt was mndo to
force open the safe , but for some cause
the burglars did not succeed In getting
tlio drill In but about half an Inch.
Tlio till was opened and $0.80 secured.
The Hnalrlco bloodhounds were Bent
for and the trail was taken up and fol
lowed to Holdrego , sixteen miles ,
whore the parties had taken the train.
Tronu-ndoiiH Itiiln Storm.
NIOBRARA , Aug. 4. A tremendous
rain storm , accompanied by a high
wind , visited this section. The wind
did no damage. The rain came .lust
In the nick of time , as corn , wlilch
was looking flue a week ago , was ,
under the excessive hot , dry winds , be
ginning to curl , especially In places
wlioiT the Roll Is light and sandy.
Tills last rain has changed the out
look very much , nnd it look.s now ns
though there will bo an immense crop.
Tim SnUlllTI' KiMinloti.
LINCOLN , Nob. , Aug. 4. Chairman
II. C. Russell of the program commit
tee for the Grand Army reunion 1ms
nbout completed the order of exercises
for reunion week. The committee has
Invited President McKlnlov to come
and It in believed If he derides to tnko
a trip through the west ho will bo
present nt the reception for the First
Nebraska volunteers. Congressmen
Hepburn and Henderson of Iowa and
Congressman .lames B. Bellord of Col
orado are also expected.
The Coining uilcllcr ' Kminlon.
WYMORE , Neb. , Aug. 4. The vari
ous committees are hard at work get
ting things in readiness for the annual
leunlon of the Southeastern Nebraska
Veterans' association , which will beheld
held at Horseshoe park , in this city ,
for six days , beginning August 21. The
railroads have made a rate of one fare
for the round trip and thousands of
people are expected. Letters have been
received from many parts of Kansas ,
Missouri and Nebraska , and the writers
say they are coming in a body.
Kntul Acrhlrniiil Shooting.
STROMSBURG , Aug. 4. Clark Pros-
son , youngest son of Rev. and Mra.
J. II. PresBon of this city , shot himself
by accident and was instantly killed.
Ho was 22 years old and had always
lived with his parents , they moving
hero from Pawnee City three years
ago. Young Clark was assistant book
keeper In the Farmerr ' and Merchants'
bank here for two years , until nbout
a month ngo ho resigned on account
of poor health. There was an old re
volver nbout the hoiiHO that had not
boon in working order whicn ho had
been repairing nnd It was this that
was the cause of his death.
Ciipt. lliirtoii KoporM'd Kfllnvrd.
WYMORE , Neb. , Aug. 4. Word Ima
been received here to the effect that
Captain A. F. Burton of Company B ,
Kifty-ilist Iowa volunteers , has boon
relieved from the command of his
company nnd that ho Is now In Manila
uwatlng a dishonorable dlnchnrgo. The
news comes In private letters from
members of Company B , which stnto
that Captain Burton was relieved be
cause ho showed himself to bo a cow
ard. At the time the war broke out
ho was superintendent of the Wymoro
schools nnd two weeks before the
i ehools were to have closed ho sud
denly disappeared , and when next
heard of he had gone to DCS Moines ,
la. , whore he had been made captain
of Company B , which Is from Villlsca ,
la. , his old home.
Ilrolum Arm CIIIIHUH lii'tnrn.
WYMORE. Aug. 4. John With , who
on the 24th day of last March assaulted
Michael Kenin and who ran away when
It was thought the old man would
die from the assault , returned homo
lust week and was arrested , brought
to the city and tried before Judge
Southwlck , who fined him for the
assault. The flue was paid and then
the father William With 1
, , Instituted
an action In replevin to recover the
hog ever which the row began. Tlio
young mnn , a minor , ran awny to Salt i .
Lake after committing the assault. A |
broken arm caused his return home.
Slnto Senator Gerard C. Brown of
York , Pn. , who was gored to death by
nn Infuriated bull , left Yale when only
IS years old , on the day following the
bombardment of Fort Sumptor , nnd
began raising n company before Lin
coln had Issued n call for 75,000 volun
teers. Ho served IIH find lieutenant
of Company G , Thirty-eighth reglmonl ,
Now , York stnto volunteers , nnd was
honorably discharged on September 20 ,
Underground London contains 84,000
miles of toltgrnph wires , 3,003 miles of
sewers , 4,530 miles of water mains , and
i > ,200 miles of gas pipes.
Dowry nought a Ticket.
When Commodore Dewey loft Wash
ington In November , 1897 , to take com
mand of the licet In the Pnclllc ocean ,
ho did not ride on a pass or a half
rnto ticket. Doing n personal friend of
S. B. Hefio , General Agent of the IJul-
tlmoro & Ohio passenger department
In Washington , the now famous sen
fighter , bought two Ural-class tickets
from Washington to San Francisco via
the B. and 0. , Chicago and North-
Wcalern , Union Pnclflo and Southern
Pnclllc lines. Llout. Brumby accom
panied the admiral and they departed
on November 27. Some tlmo ngo , Man
ager of PnsaC'igor Trntllc D. 1 . Mar
tin of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad ,
sot out to collect the coupons of the
ticket and only recently secured all
of thorn. Ho has had the ticket , con
taining Dowoy's signature , lithograph
ed , and Is Issuing fao slinllos ay sou
Aitlc Your Di-ilhir for Allen' * Pool-Kuan.
A powder to shiihe in your shoos. It
rests the fuel. C tires ( . 'orns , Bunions ,
Swollen , Sore , Hot , Callous , Aching ,
Sweating Feet and Ingrowing Nails.
At all druggists and shoo stores , a5 cts.
Sample mulled FUKK. Address Allen
S. Olm.sted , Lo Hey , N. Y.
An Oregon man has patented a gala
which can bo operated without leaving
the carriage , consisting of a jointed
beam attached to the gate and n post
nt the side of the road , with ropes hold
by pulleys to double the beam up and
pull the gate open.
AVorU for Alt.
Thousands of men are making good
wages In the harvest Holds of Minnesota
seta , North and South Dakota. There
hi room for thousands more. Half
rates via the Qrait Northern Ry. from
St. Paul. Write Max Bass , 220 South
Clark Street , Chicago.
Railroads genornlly East nnd West
nro rapidly lilting their freight cars
with air brakes and automatic coup
lers. An olllccr of the Burlington
road Bald In Chicago recently that on
his line there nro 39,000 freight earn ,
GO per cent of which nro equipped
with WcstlnghniiHo Air Brakes , and 90
per conl with Master Car Builder Au-
Chicago has c ( nlrlbuted nearly $7-
000,000 so far In war taxes.
Iti'tMity lit Itlood Deep.
Not nlsln iliMii Voiul ili't'p ! I'lm1 , Imnltliy blnm
ini'iniH piiro'lii'iilthi coinplcxlnn CimrnruliiiiiiiUt
tliublnoil pure nml hi'.ililiy. DniKKlmH , Illi ; , 1r , le
Everybody In the world depend *
upon somebody else.
FITSI'i'nnniii'iillvCiin'il. .Voi1lm > rm'rvoiunrm < i\rti'r
llrnt ility'H mn n ! | ir , Klliiu'ri ( lii'iit Ncrui Hi'Moii'f.
Rviul for I''itii : ; ! * " .IH > tilal liottlo nnil irpiiil o.
l > u. U. H. KIIM : , Ltd. , Ml Arch bt. , I'lilluilillililu , l'iu
The nrclilboshop of Canterbury IH
paid $10,000 n ynnr more than Prcol-
dcnt McKlnley'a salary.
Washing ; Diiy
Is relieved of much of HH dniilgury by the
iibo of. " FnultlosH Btiireh. " Uni-o mod ,
iihvnyH tisoil. Get n tiaekiigo from your
grocer , lOc. Hook of Wit nuil Humor free
with every package.
Nothing Is more disgraceful than
NO REMEDY EQUALS PERUNA ,
SO THE WOYIEN ALL SAY ,
Mhis Susan Wymar , teacher In the
Richmond school , Chicago , 111. , writes
the following letter to Dr. Hnrtman re
garding Pe-ru-na. She says : "Only
those who have Buffered aa I have can
know what a blessing It IB to be able to
MlHH KuBiin Wyrnnr.
find relief in Pe-ru-na. Thin has been
my experience. A friend in need Is a
friend Indeed , nnd every bottle of Po-
rti-na I over bought proved a good
friend to mo. " Susan Wymar.
Mrs. Mnrgarotlm Dauben , 1211 North
Superior St. , Racine City , WIs. ,
writes : "I feel KO well and good and
happy now that pen cannot describe It.
Pe-ru-na Is everything to me. I have
taken aovcrnl uottle.s of Pe-ru-na for
female complaint. I am In the change
ot life and It does me good. " Pe-ru-na
has no equal In all of the Irregularities
find emergencies peculiar to women
caused by pelvic catarrh.
AddrcES Dr. Hartman , Columbus , 0. .
for a free book for women only.
Remember that cholera morbus ,
cholera infnntum , summer com
plaint , bilious colic , diarrhoea and
dysentery are each and all catarrh
of the bowels. Catarrh Is the only
correct name for these affections.
Pe-ru-na Is nn absolute specific foi
these nllmentH , wlilch are so com-
mon In summer. Dr. Hartman , In
a practice of ever forty years , never
lost a single case of cholera Infan-
turn , dysentary , diarrhoea , or cholera -
era morbus , nnd his only remedy
was Pe-ru-nn. Those desiring fur-
ther particulars should send for a
free copy of "Summer Catarrh. "
Address Dr. Hartmnn , Columbus. O.
In "Tho Progress of the World , " the
dllorlul department of tiiu Review of
RovlowH for August , the questions
connected with the Manila censorship
nnd Secretary Alger's resignation are
UscusBcd , nnd also the differences be-
: woon Secretary Gage and the Civil
5urvlcu Reform league. Theru la rlso
some comment on the Buffalo confer
ence of political and social reformers ,
There Is a creature known nn the
iingllsh which Is in the habit of gct-
: lng Inside cod nnd similar fluh nnd
devouring the Interior until ony the
skin nnd the skeleton nro left.
The North American Review for Au-
ust Is remarkable for the number nnd
llvorslty of subjects of present Inter
est which nro represented In Its pages.
Home of the most Important events
mil movements of the time nro dta-
usBod In It by those who nro either
closely associated with them or have
undo n special study of them ; nnd ,
it the same tlmo , as bollta n mngnzmo
ntomled for summer reading , It con
tains several brilliant articles of an
entertaining character en literriry ,
dramatic , artistic and athletic themes.
Washington has 249 shingle mills ,
with a dally capacity of 1C8 car loads.
Sometimes nn optimist Is n pessimist
who doesn't want people to catch hta
[ LKTTKK TO MK3. rlNXRAU NO.
" Dr.Aii MIIH. PINKII.VM For some
tlmo 1 have thought of wrlliuif to you
to lot you know of the great benefit I
from the use of
m Lydla 13. Plnlc-
Savatf front hnm'a Vegeta
.Soon nfter the
birth of my first
child , I com
menced to Imvo spoils with my splno.
Every month I grew worsts nnd > it last
became- > o bad that I found I wtis
( jrndually losing my nilnd.
"Tho doctors treated mo for female
troubles , but I got no bottor. Ono
doctor told mo that I would bo Insane.
I was advlficd by n friend to give Lydia
E. Plnhhnm'H Vegetable Compound n
trial , and before I hud taken all of the
first bottlemy iielghbora noticed the
change in me.
" 1 hnvo now taken five bottles and
cannot find words milllclent to pralso It.
I tidvl.so every woman who is suffering
from any female weakness to glvo It a
fair trial. 1 thank you for your good
medicine. " Mus. GnivriiUDn M. JOHN-
BON , JONKBIIOIIO , TiXA8. :
. Vcrhliit' T ittnr.
"I had femnlo trouble of all kinds ,
had ( hrtiu doctors , but only prow worse.
I begun tnklnp Lytlla 13. Plnkhnm's
Vt get a bio Compound and Liver Plllo
Did used ( ho Miiiiallvu YVnVh , nud cnn-
not praise your remedies enough. "
' rtR. Vwii : PlJllKlNfi , I'KAUI , , JjA.
Is what LTnclo Sam uses.
-tf Mtf am mi * t * mi mm * im
Contalnlnif llvo Kiilondld Maps of C'nnndn mid Us
1'iovlncoH , ns well us u description of tlio resources -
sources of the Dominion , will bo mulled frco to
nil applicants desirous of learning homothlntf of
the Fruo Hoinustuud Lands of Western Canada.
Address R I'edloy , Supt. of ImmlKrntlon , Ot-
tiiwii.Ciuiiuliii or to W. V. Uunnott , 801 Now
York Llfo Uutldlni , ' , Omaha , Neo.
UiAVI HnUP TRFATMPWTror "I0 ii c e or
VIAVI MUfflC lnr.AllrlL.Fll women rciHlem ex-
niiiliiHtlons , KiirKli'iil opuriitlnnn uinl lnmpltnU 1111-
nt'Ut'Ktnry. Thu phllunophy i'f tlui trcalincnt la
i-xpliilnuil In tin ) ' 'Vlnxl Mc'HKiit-n" mint by iniill to
nuy nililrens.'IAVI to.lII A. > 'V , U IN Jico
Omnlm StnintiicrcrB1 Iiutl
STAMMERING tnic , Hnnr.'o IHk. , Omiilm ,
Xuh. .Inllii i : . VniiKliun ,
MORE SWIMS , HIM EVER.
Since 18'JO the Hot Spring.sof Soutlt
Dakota have been reeogni/.ed as the re
sort for \\uslfrn people.
All things arc favorable for these
seeking rc.sl , lu-altli or pleasure.
This season llndfi the resort well
putroni/.ed by people from Nebraska ,
Iowa , Illinois , Minnesota , Wisconsin
and eastern South Dakota , and every *
one well satisfied with this
Varied attractions for .sight-seers.
Tlio Xorlli-Wuhturn Line is the
pioneer to this resort.
This North-Westuni Line runs
Wngner Pnlnee .Sleepers to Hot Springs ,
The Xorth-Westorn Line makes
low round trip rates to this resort.
Ask you nearest railroad agent for
the date of the next excursion via tht
Fremont , Klkhom & Missouri Valley
n. It. , North-Western Lino.
J , H , GABLE , J , R , BUCHANAN ,
Trxrlltif 1'ait. llfiil , C'eucrul !
DIS : MOIMS. : OMAHA.
DA 1LY SLEWING CAlt SERVICE
TO HOT SI'ItlNUS. Sorni DAKOTA ,
VIA Tin : XOIITIMVESTKUN LINE.
W. N. U. OMAHA. No. 32 1899
Uoat Cough Hyrup. Tfuitixi
In time. Boldb