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Governor Johnston of Alabama linn
just granted a unique -pardon to John
Boston , n negro , of Hushcll county.
Boston was aeivlng a term for ntonlliiK
tylllcketyp and the Rovornor gvnutcil him
a- jmr.ilojiytyi \ \ condition . .Uijjt for
\\yelvq ninths ho slujiild. o ' bti , alcal
yr eat another chicken or 'any portion
In Prance cdvortlslng posters must
l > onr njvoiuif Ptnmiw , varying 'n ' vnluo
ncccmUug , to th < ? sjze , qf Afop papert. A
man who afllxcd a Ifi-centlrnc Htanip pa
a poster which shoujd have had w ) > :
a G-cefitlmc stamp has just been fined
125 lqincs , or $25 , for the offense.
The' U. S. Patent Otfl'co ' tesn'oil 57 ! )
patents to American "fnventorn the
past week , and of 'this number 88'wcro
able to Hell the u'holo
or a part of their In
ventions bcfort the pat
ent was Issued. '
Q.\ \ Amongst the promi
nent flrma to purchaae
imtents were the following - >
lowing : '
New Britain Machlnfe'
Co. , Now Brit aln , Conn. i
Syraousc Chilled Plow Co. , Syracuse ;
N. Y ? , '
Ellwood City Gas Engine Co. , Ell-
wood City , Pa.
Dietrich Gear Co. , Now York , N. , \ ' .
Winulow Bros. Co. , Chicago , 111.
Kaatinan Kodak Co. of New York.
General Electric Co. of Now York ,
and the Manhattan Brass Co. , N.CW
Inventors desiring a free list of
manufacturers of a certain Hue of
goods may obtain the same In audrcss- ,
Ing Sues & Co. , Patent Lawyers and
Solicitors , Bee Bldg. , Qmaha , Neb.
When a miner getsi down to biiBlneos
he lowers himself In 'the world.
5118 buys new upright piano. Schmol-
ler & Mueller , 1313'Fnnmm St. , Omaha.
i * *
If all flesh is grass a mummy must
be ! a load of hay. * : ' * *
If all our wishes were gratified life
would soon becomemonotonous.
> oesyourhcr.dpchc ? Tnintackof
yoUrcycs ? Bad tnSte in your mouth ?
It's your liver I Ayers Pills arc
liver pills. They cure constipation ,
headache , dyspepsia , and all liver
complaints. 25c. All druggists-
Want your mmiHtiiclio rr bc.ird a boautltul
In own or ildi lilnrlc" Then in > o
or PH'JfifiHTf n R. P Hut A Co NABMU , N
Keeps both rider and siddle per
fectly dry In the hardest storms.
Substitutes M III disappoint Ask for
1897 Fish Brand I'oir.mel Slicker-
it Is entirely new. if notfor siloln
your town , write for cataloRue to
A. 1 TOW ! R 1'nston Mass
Worth $4 to $ G compared wifi
Indorsed by over
ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES
Till. I.I'M INK Into \ \ , ! DiiuKlai'
imroe Bed yrlfe stauprJ on hoUoni.
TnVo no cubftltnto cla'-ieil
to lions K < I. lnrKCKtnialirH
nf 6' ) nnd (3.51) phocs In the
world. Your dealer nhoiild keep
ttiQin If nut , e wllUcndjou
npnlr on receipt of price , btnto
kind or leather. g70 | otnl width , plain ur cap toe.
Ciitiilo'iuo A Free.
IV. i. DOUGLAS SHOE CO. . Brockton. Mass.
Abk for It If your dealer
liuHM't It ho cnn pot It easily.
for fall and Inter to Gent
or Lady Introducing onr
reeLs In thin country. Particulars
E. U. TREAT & CO. , Publishers. New York City.
Gef Your Pension
Write CAPT. O'FARRELL. Pension Asent ,
I42C Ilew Vori : A > enue. WASII1NQTON , D. C.
OTCWCinfJQ Simnluli niul CUllWurs. Sol-
MJC aiun.3 djers , .Snllors WldowsChlldrcn ,
8 t'utlrerS kind MiHhci s. N'ofcollnll'ss success
ful. K. II blU > lON 10. , AllornrUkliiojtuli , 1) . C.
iiclon , 7 ; < n
Successfully Prosecutes CInlms.
ntePrlpolpnlBrlnninorU 8 Ponaion IlurettU.
tiklnclvllnur. l&uiViudlu.itliiuruliiuuttVHhicu. ! !
YORWIANapp , , , , , , . , . *
per month Hilary and Mi c\peuHH.
Xiuui.KiiCo.T18 Muuon Uldu.ChlcaKU
KnililltH. i'liiuiTHM and I'liutoFiippllo Catu-
lluteiiiin 15.M DoiiBhu stroi't. Oinnh.i
X".1. : } Thompson's Eye Wafer.
W , OMAHA. No. 39 1899
UiJilLSWrltHTAaELbri. . . . . . ,
Ucst Couuh fy. lt. 'iis tea Good. CTeo
In lime , fold hy rtniitrlstii.
t Sept. 25. Tlrd nuprcmo
cbtirt haft declared Void tha section -of
the statutes providing for the-control
and maintenance by county boards'of
bridges constructed by Irrigation corn- "
jinnies'or-ownoro. of. Irrigation systems.
Tlilti dprlslnn la In thn case of State.
ex rel. Dnwson county , vs. Farmers.1
and Merchant ' Irrigation company ,
the povfer of , the legislature to enact
laws securing for certain persons Im
munity from burdens which , under
similar conditions , rest upon till other
persons , being .danlerl.
One section ot the- statutes of 1897
provides that any corporation , canal
company , mill owner or any ether per
son , shall make and kerp In good re
pair sufficient crossings over public or
private highways. Section 58 of the
sbablon laws'of 1895 provides that any
owner of any system of Irrigation shall
construct suitable bridges across Ha
ditches on public roads and that the
county boards shall thereafter control
and maintain them. '
Prior lo 1895 all owners of'ditches '
crossing public ( highways were charged
with the duty cf keeping public bridges
across the ditches In repair. The legJ
Islaturo of 1SP5 , the court holds ) as- *
Filmedto * exempt Irrigation companies
from this burden , while leaving all
other ditch ownern still subject to It.
The opinion Is by Judge Sullivan and
closes with the following :
' 'Section 58 of the Irrigation law ot
1895 , being an attempt to confer a
special privilege on a particular class ,
comes under the ban of the. constitu
tion and Is therefore null. The sactlon
Is not so connected with the balance
of the act as to be Incapable of sepa
ration from it. Neither can It be said
that It constituted an Inducement to
the adoptlori 'of ' the measure. The bal
ance of the mw Is , therefore , uimffectdd
by 'this decision. " '
AH to I.u.m AHSOC
LINCOLN , Neo. , Sept. ,25. A deci
sion of interest , to people connected
with building and loan associations
is "found in ttyc rasp of the Interstate
Savings and Loan associations , appej-
lee , agafnsj. Hat.tle. . p , Strlne , . The
contention of Ihe association in this
case was that the usury law was not
applicable to either foreign or domes
tic conwUicjis cf th'e class towhcU _ !
it bclo7ifad. TLat fnmuin and loan ad-
soclallons , incorporated under the
laws of Nebraska , are not .affected by
the statute against usury has peon set
tled beyond controversy , the court
holds , but In other cases it has been
ruled that foreign corporations arc not
within the provision of section 9 of
the act of 1.891 , that being the clause
under which th.e exemption was
claimed. The syllabus in this case H
that : "Foreign building and loan as
sociations doing business in this state
are , on their usurious contracts , sub
ject to the penalties of the statute
against usury. "
Incendiary 1'lre at Harvard.
HARVARD , Neb. , Sept. 25. Fire
was discovered in the barn on the
premises occupied y C. C. Kenyon In
the northeast portion of the city. The
structure was all ablaze inside when
discovered and before the fire depart
ment could reach the scene with the
apparatus It was beyond saving and
all the boys could do was to prevent
the spread of the lire. Every indica
tion points to incendiary origin. Mr.
Kenyon wan In the barn at S o'clock
and everything was all right when he
locked the door for the night. The
structure was v.'orth probably | 125
with no Insurance. Mr. Kenyon had
three trunks filled with clothing and
tools and some household furniture
stored in. the building.
Cliuncollor Ilitlgii ! < i ,
L1NCILN , Not ) . , Sept. 25. The regents -
gents of the university met m special
session to consider the leslgnatlon ot
Chancellor MacLean , to look after the
now building projects , and to care for
other business connected with prepar
ing the institution for the regular
opening in September. All of mo
members of the board were present.
The resignation of the chancellor
was read and accepted , to take effect
August 1. The board spent some time
in executive session after this , consid
ering , u is understood , the course to
bo taken in filling the executive chair.
Another meeting will uo held this
morning , when the subjects considered
last night will probably be acted upon.
Michael IlilKloj Kuunil ( Sillily.
O'NEILL , Neb. , Sept. 25. The tria.
of Michael Uagley , accused c-f assault
ing Mis. August Yanko August 21 ,
was concluded last week and a verdict
of guilty returned by the jury this
morning. The 'trial of i-atrick Welsh ,
on the same charge , Is In progress.
The trial of Bagley lasted three days
and was ti bitter legal contest upon
the part of Judge Jackson of Noligh
and R. R. Dlckson of this place , who
appeared "for the defense. The ctate
waa represented by me county ; attor
ney and J. J. Harrington. On account
of the Intensity of public sentiment
Judge Kinkald upon petition called a
special term of court for trial of the
lilt lilt Dilitor AVI til a Hummer
PLATTSMOUni , Neb. . Sept. 23.
Frank Balrd went into A. Nitka'n sa
loon to collect 10 cents from Julius
Ramge. Julius did not pay and Balru
In a rage struck him on the head with
a hammer , felling him to the fioor and
cutting a gash which required five
stitches to close. Ramge went doiore
County Attorney . ) . L. Root and swore
out a warrant for Baird's arrest , charg
ing assault and battery.
I'ciuler , * Now Church Out of IKlit.
PENDER , Neb. , Sept. 25. The Meth
odists of Ponder dedicated their now
? 2,200 church and Dr. Chase of the
First Methodist church of Omaha
preached the dedicatory address. A
deficit of $450 was promptly raised and
the now church is entirely out of debt.
I'nrnuiii'H Corner on Old Corn.
FARNAM , Nob. , Sept. 25. The 200-
000 bushels of old corn that was
cribbed hero is being shelled and
shipped to tno market as rapidly as
possible to make room for the no v
Tlirnilinl hy n Wnmntti
TIEM1NOFORD , Neb. , Sept. 23.
William Wllmott , a bachelbr furntor
living five miles west qf hero , received
a Bound thrashing at the hands ot ,
Mis. Ltilr > Phillips , ( u neighbor's , wife <
The rauso of the trouble ; it lo"tmlu ,
was that AVlllmoll'B Block word Ires-1
pusallig on the Phillip's farm and after
bc.irlni ? the nihmyitutte 'for oovcral
lhy Mrs PhUtlps Ifonnod u J the 'stock ,
Mr. Phillips being away .from home.
This" aroused Mr. Wlllmott'e Ire and
when ho came aft'or his stock , she
claims , he commenced to' call her vile
names , whoreulton she proceeded to
give him a lashing with u strap which
had a buckle on the end. AVlllmott
madd no resistance , but when1 ho made
his escape ho again abused Mrs. 1'hli-
llpn. She fears further violence from
Wlllmott rlid cnmti to town witn a
View of having him placed under an1
rest Willmott wits examined by tha
board 6f Insanity a bbuplo of years ftg > .
DAVID CITY , Nell. , S'cpf. 23. The
celebration and reception given In
honor of , Company Evno a red , leltcr
day for David , City. More people
wore in town than ever before. The
celebration' opened- promptly at 10
o'clock by the parade under .command
of Captain Zellnger of Company E ,
and consisted of four bands , Com
pany 12 , David City and Huwood flro
departments and civic soqletlps , with
other attractions. The parade over
dinner was served by the ladles of
the G. A. R < and .honorary members
of old Company E , .This .meal wad n
great repast and npthlng gppd to cat
was missing from the table.
After dinner the program of the
afternoon in , the public , square was
carried ouvt , , the feature of Which wag
the speech of Chaplain James Mauley ,
who was pastor of the Methodist
chur.ch here the vear before lie went
+ , o the Philippines. " -i
Tlio Iooriu Sciol ! \ Act. t
LINCOLN , Sept. 23. The case of
Scott against Flowers , a case Involvr
Ing the constitutionality of the reform
school act. "which has been1 dragging
along In the cn'urts in'Lrailcastei''counJ '
ty for several years ? was argue'd a'nd
submitted to the supreme 'court last
week. " < A yourig * girl 'named ' Flowers
was charged In the county court by
her gttardjnrt With 'incorrlglbllityl
After a h < Hmng tii < ? KM WRS c nlmlt-1
led to the reform school , but was
afterward released on an order 'fron.1 '
the court. Friends of the girl'brought
suit for damages agafti'st the guardian ,
Scott , and secured a judgment for her
for $2,500. This case was appealed to
the supreme court and the point is
now raised that 'the entire reform
school lav.is contrary to satute.
( 'urn I'll Aculuftt 1'olnlur.
LINCOLN. Nob. , Sopt. 23. It Is
probable that the caae of Auditor
Cornell 'against Governor Poyntcr ,
testing the1 Weaver act , will be argued
before the supreme court at its next
sitting. When the court took up for
consideration the motion of Judge
Ryan , attorney for 'Auditor Cornell ,
asking for an advancement of the
case , Attorney General Smyth ap
peared and expressed his willingness
to participate in the proceedings on
behalf of the governor. The court
granted the attorneys for the defend
ant two wreks in which to file an
answer to the information of Auditor
Cornell and Judge Ryan.
' Ciiso Dcclilcd.
LINCOLN , Sept. 23. The supreme
court handed down a decision of the
case of the Nebraska Telephone com
pany against the State Board of Public
Lands and Buildings , afiirmjng the dis
missal by the lower court of the peti
tion of the company for a permanent
Injunction restraining the board from
taking action on the complaint of
John 0. Yclser , who sought to have
telephone r.-'tcs reduced. It was
thought the decision in the case would
touch upon the constitutionality of
the various ntato boards , provided for
by statute and not by constitution , but
this point Is not decided.
Narrowly I ? ( Mics DcM rurlinn.
M'COOK , Neb. . Sept. 23. The St.
Charles hotel of this city narrowly
escaped destruction by fire. QuIcK
work of the department alone saved
the largo brick building , which , with
its contents , was damaged to the ex
tent of several hundred dpllars oy fire
and water. There are indications that
the fire was of incendiary origin. The
city was full strangers on account
of the exhibition of Ringling'a show.
Ht'Iionl Iniciuir I'ociiiiiri Tnsiiiu * .
NEBRASKA CITY , Neb. , Sept. 23.
Miss Mary N. Case , formerly of Syra
cuse , nut more recently a school
teacher in the western part of the
fitato , became suddenly ( insane here ,
it is believed because of overwork.
She has been tak n , lo "Lincoln acd
placed in the asylum. (
ii < > ) M'iuont at r.jnns.
LYONS. Neb. . Sept. 23. Rodney
McCathern , who bait been for some
time a clerk at the Logan house , dis
appeared recently. Nothing strange
Wjould have been thought of McCath-
er.n's departure had not a waitress ,
Dolly Cranford. Idft at the same time.
McCathern is a marrlejl man and has
u wife at Bancroft , Neb.
hy u Thresher.
ELMWOOD. Neb. , Sqpt. 23. While
assisting In threshing at Joseph Mul-
lln's farm , west of town , Ferdinand
Mlcrgergcn got his right hand , in the
machinery of the stacker and the third
finger run through between the cog
wlieels and was badly manglcfl.
K'Mi'ul at Clnrlci
CLARKS. Neb. , Sept. 23. The local
lodge of the Sons and Daughters of
Protection gave a watermelon social
on the beautiful lawn of William
Harris' homo. There was nn excellent
musical and laterary program.
Shooting : .
ASHLAND. Nob. , Sept. 23. While
Roy Beers of Sargent was flourishing
a rifle at Clmr.es Williams' place west
of Ashland the trigger caught , dis
charging a bullet into his abdomen ,
but not producing a serious wound.
A vrcmnu named Annld \ \ : ninRto"n" !
WOK burled on July 21 at Northwltoh.
Shoallod at the ago of 41 yearsmi J
Imd hfccn the nu > thcr ofttwontiY-nv < j
children , of whom It wns stated that
three air living , aged JO , 38 and S
yearn , so , that twenty-two 'of this num
her have died. Slip wns married at a'
years and hod twins throe times. , .
Platform car recently completed at
the Jloston Maine i\llroad shops , in
Sajcm , Mass. , has. a carrying rapacity
of 100,000 pounds , -iO.OOO pounds more
than any other car on the road. It Is
thjrty-two f et longt
NEBRASKA'S GREAT CORN CRO F
HIP KKIIiimUi anil
A conservative estimate of Nebras1-
ku'a corn crop , wjilch Is now safe , froih
frost , IB HOO'.OOO.O'OO ' bushels. It Is haril
for thd hitlul to'gragp what thwi'u fig
ures in etui.
Counting fiO bushels of shelled onrn
to the lortd , It would take five million
foams to haul the crop to market , 'II
crtrnvaii f hat"VduM reaiMl around th'e
world. It will take -an army of 80,000
men over two montlls'to husk it -tluty
hudk < iO bushels a day each. It loailoil
Into cars of 30,000 capacity It would
tuko COp.OOO cars to hanl the crop , u
train over 1,000 miles long. At no
time within , , UiO' 'pmit < ten * pears .has
thcie bccii.biich a tendency on the , part
of fanners to. flook , for now locations ,
cither to better themselves or to pro
vide homes for their ehlldrpn. Many
Hui'.tloiiB Jn the East ar.e ovcr.crowdcdt
while thousands of acres of rich , wo 1-
watorcd lands run still bo had In Ne
braska and Northern Jvansas.at com
paratively low prices. T.hqusnnds . civlll
visit that country this fall , as the
railroads , have , announce/1 / cheap-rate
harvest excursions for Oct. 3 and 17.
U. S. rntunt Odlre. hi
III the list of 397 patents this wo'k
fl were for Iowa inventors ; K for Nr-
brauka ; 11 for Minnesota ; fi for K.ui-
fias ; 1C. for .Missouri . ; : $7 $ for Illinois ,
50 for New York.
Patents' ' have been allod oun vll-
ent v but * not' yet lasrucd' as'followbs
To. , Ii M. CUillander , of DCSMjlncs ,
for a cabinet for holding and display
ing packages. A hinged glass covered
front is provided with vertically > ar-
Tanged compartments for .packages ,
suc.li as spices. , The lo 'ernq / of any
column of these packages may be re
moved without opening the cab'ni't.
To H , Wl'l' ' ' , of DR Molnofl , for a
suiuViAhle cd'cU"1 button and ncckt'r '
holder specially adapted to facilitate
securing collais to Bhirts and maliir
talnlng neckties In proper position
relative thereto as icqulred to prevent
the annoyances incident to neckties
becoming loose and displaced on the
Consultation and advice for Invent
ors , free.
REUIJlMS G. ORWIG ,
THOMAS G. ORWIO ,
J. RALPH ORWIG ,
DCS Molncs , Iowa , Sept. in , ' 99.
The Improvements that are being
made to the Baltimore and Ohio
South Western railroad between Park-
crsburg and East St. Loula are being
pushed rapidly to completion. Sev
enteen thousand tons of 85 pound
steel rails have been placed In the
track , and there are still 25,000 tons to
come , delivery being delayed on ac
count of rush of orders at the mills.
The company has also put In 125 miles
of gravel ballast and expects to got
out 200 miles more during the season ,
and It is hoped by Fall that the track
will rank as the best in the west. A
great many grade reductions and
changes in line arc also being made
between Cincinnati and St. Louis. The
purpose Is to make n uniform one-half
of one per cclit grade between Cincin
nati and St. Louis , as well as to elimi
nate a largo amount of objectionable
curvature. At one point , for instance ,
the line is to be shortened a mile and
a half , o'GO degiceb of curvature elimi
nated ami seven bridges abandoned.
Its wonderful resources and superior
advantages to hoineseokcr.s arc set
forth in : i liiuulsouie illustrated pam
phlet just issued by the Fribco Line
I'a.ssongLT Department. Copy will be
mailed free on application to Bryan
Snydcr , General Passenger Agent , St.
Louib , Mo.
There's probably no success BO sweet
as that achieved by acting contrary
to the advice of our knowing friends
S15.OO PER WEEK.
We will pay usnlarv or Ul.'i.W ) iiorc U ana
expenses for mini with iljr to ititrixlnco our
1'otiltrv Compound anil r , cICillor In the roun-
trItof. . rcqulicil. Address , with stump , Acme
MJb'Co. . , Kast DCH Mollies Iowa.
A * woman , to say the least but ,
then , it Isn't a woman's nature to say
I believe my prompt IIKO ot Flso's Cure
provontedqmeU uon < iimiptloii. Mrn. Lucy
Wallace , llrtrquoUe , ICnii , JJeu. 12 , TO ,
The father who walks the fioor with
a crying boy baby is a Bub male-car
Never ( ! rl | > Nor ( Jrlpe.
Dnn't oi u a il ( > or\vlh | iin iix. nxc 11 U)1 Don't
"I > < Mr ) < iiirl > o\U'lH with mnmirliil rill pnlxni , unit
( Iiibcurrtf ( nmly I'utlurtli : ' DriiKUlm * . lUc,2H,9tic
The North American Review for Sep
tember is in close toucli with the load
ing interests of the day , and In the
quality of its eontentu it more than
fulfills the promises made by the > new
tiflltor when' he-undcrtook the manage
ment of the Review which indeed ,
hnVe been most generously redeemed
by every issue that has come from this
hands. The number opens with' the
late Colonel Iiigcrsoll's famous rply
late Colonel IngersoH's famous reply
was published originally in the Review
in November , 1897 , and which Is rc-
publishcd now In consideration ot the
keen and widespread Interest awaken
ed by Colonel ItigorsoH'K death In hla
views on religion and religious dogma.
This paper contains what is In all prob
ability the fullest , strongest and most
eloquent statement of his position
which the brilliant agnostic ever
Husband I have Just been talking
with the new clergyman and find we
agree. Wife Why , I didn't know that
yon didn't believe in the Bible.
Through the Mg telescope of the
LlnkKObKprVntory.'ll'iins been cllscdv-
erod that' Poltirls , or the North star , In
roitlly n system > of .thrco stun , which
viivtflvo n round each other. Tltoso
thrfco bodies rannol bo noon oven with
the L1ek toleaeoiio. Their oxIaUmco lo
dotonnliwl by obBctvatlons nindo viUi
the Hinictlost'ono.M < it \ ( i
i fi'il I r i v4 < E I
'A' SrtlMvan ' ( lnfl.t iuiin llaff'i'crndoll '
to'Yiny'a notfc' ' for ' $1CO. wh'lblP ' ho'ga\ '
tU 'it chftrch HOtn ycanl ng < 5 Oil Wo
grounds that the paper was drawn on
a Sunday , and wan , therefore , ot'tiA
\1ilhc. ' > l
t i , i.
A tea pnrty wo.i bold nt Bncs Point ,
Boonc county , Ic.jn few/laypirtgo. ] vt *
which the ! comblticd ages of tlfcfjirt'o ,
ladlcn proKont wore 410 years. GrAudM
inn Gootzman , aged SO , wna the oldest ;
Grandma Kltnodob , second In point of
ago , lo 87 ; Grandma Zlmbelman ] %
82 , Grandma Swltzcr la 81 and Ornnd-
mti Bennett 71. All mo wldov/a. They
have been friends for half ti century
and frequently meet at these llttlo let
The now umbrella and the unloaded
gun ; nrq liable " \o \ g9 off ylthout
ills of women overshadow their whojeJivcsj
TUB Some women nrc'constnntly gcttinp inccHcal trcat-
jnent and nre never well. "A woman best understands
women's ills , ' nnd , the women who consult Mrs. PJnkham find
In her counsel practical assistance ,
Mrs. Pinkham's address is Lynn ,
' .jMns. JJAimi. Go6ri , Corrc'otionvillc ,
. . . .tcjlnjiow 'Mr' inkhai'n ' sa\cd *
her life. 'the says :
" I cannot thank you enough for
what your medicine ims domi for me.
I can rccommcn. ! it as one of the best
medicines 'on cartl for nil women's
ills. I suffered for two years with female weakness nnd nt
last became bcdfttst. Three of onr bent doctors di'd me no
good BO I concluded to try Lydin E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. After talcing a few bottles of 'your medicine , I was
nble to do all my house
work. I know that your
medicine rained me from
a bed of sielc/icss nild
perlj&ps death , and , run
very thojikful for what it
has done for me. I hope
that every suffering
wbmAp , may be
suaded tp try your medicine.
soon an you begin to' bo
The sick headachea
dragging ; sensation Comd ' '
'from a curable cause. Writ'o-
help as soon as they , up ,
Campbollsburg , Ind ; ,
writes : " DCAUMus. . "
r-J was troubled
with sick headache and '
was so weak and nervous1 V
I could hardly go. A VV
friend called upon mo one
evening and recommended Lydia B < Pinldiam'B Vdgetablo
Compound , saying tl\at she ) cnew that it would cure me. I then
sent for your medicine and after taking five bottles of it , I wa3
entirely curcdi cannot iir.iiso it onomrh. "
The man who sells his vote proba
bly gets what he wants , but not what
he ought to get.
llow'g This ?
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars rownnl fornnv
rtiHoof CiUnirh tluil cannot bo cured by Hull's
Catarrh Cut o.
P. J. CHKN'nV .t.CO. , rropToledo. . O.
We , the uriilorsliriieil , have known V , .1.
Choiioy for the lust 15 yojirs nud bullovo him
purfuctiy hoMorablo In itubuslncuslr.insnctlons
niul llnuncliUly ultlu lo cun'y out any obliga
tions m.ido by iholr linn.
West & Truivx.Vholosnlo DniKiflsts. Tolo.lo ,
0. ; Waldliur , Klnniui & Marvin , AVliolusulu
Unifslsts. Toledo , Ohio
Jluir.sCatiirrli Cum Is UiUcn lntcrnally.net-
Itu : rtlroctlv upon tliu hloodnud inueouHsurriiuos
nf the KVHtoni. TtstlmonlitM soul froo. 1'rlco
ifio pur hnttli ) . HiiM by nil ( lnmilsts.
liull'H Kuiully I'lllu nro tha liusu
It Is effort rather than achievement
that counts with God.
The stage prompter might bo appro
priately termed a theatrical poster.
Don't Oo IlrnhuTliun Von Hot.
Send for mv Inuiluuhlo Hxstetn. Goo. U.
Klelitnond * . ' ' Deuiborn . ' ' .
, - > St. , C'h'cnyo.
A policeman is supposed to be al
ways looking for trouble.
Do Your rent Arlio unit Jlnrn ?
Shake into your nhoes Allen's Foot-
Ease , a powder for the feet. It makes
tight or New Shoes feel Eaqy. Cures
Corns , Bunions , Swollen , Hot and
Sweating Feet. At nil Druggists and
Shoo Stores , 23c. Sample sent FHEE.
Address Allen S. Olmatcd. LcRoy , N. Y.
A man's llory resolutions are apt to
! go up in umokc.
AMMUNITION nt Wholesale Prices to
l\erybody. Our LniRU ( un : C.it.IOL'n e contnlnlti ! ; 96 p.iics , slo
o'iiXtsJt inches , \\ill be r.cnt postage p.iid on receipt of thrco cent *
D to ; iny one rcturnlnc thl.f nd nnd tncntlonlnir tlilti paper Wo can
' sntiniioiQ ilnllnrJoii Uiins. Wiilcntonce
T. M. ROBERTS' SUPPLY HOUSE , MINNEAPOLIS. MINM.
Out- No. 110. Ladles' Rojal Capo I >
Mncl.intoili Coat , made of high I i
tics are l > r.ilo double tcxturo wool ( i
.Hlilncrn in navy Iiluo or
such that - - black , liiiud Ihtuii iout v\ltll t ?
fancy plaid , full sweep double'
we are brcnbted dctacliablo cape , \ \ ith
enabled to Pine prarl buttons. Inlaid vol.
\et collar , OlKa plait In back ;
quote now Eliipo | skirt with one opt- I >
Siiic packet nnd opening Inside
prices that I *
side scum to nllo\v access to
always interest I dress pocket : buttonholes nro
worked with ilk and all
terest strongly sewed. The
manufacturer's guarantee for
econom entire satisfaction. stands back
ical buyers. of every Rannunt ; this coupled
with the way down price wo
Our goods name should settle all doubt < as
to the \aluc. A Kood Mackintosh
are tosh is a wise investment ,
trust- vvhcrcas a poor one Is money
thrown away. Our strong
worthyklnd points are practical Knowledge
of quality and bujinf * in largo
tthat always quantities at the lowed cash
give satio- prices ; these advantage iwo
extend to our customers. Una
faction. of tl/cse / mackintoshes will prb-
tec fjou from rain and < lomp-
nc snnd Kit best of satisfac
are the un tion , Sizes 54 , 50 , 58 , 60 nnd < .a
inches long , no larger. 1'rico
In wliicli is listed at lowest wli'olesale prices everything to
g eat , wear and use , is furnished on receipt of only lOc. tea
a partly pay postage or expressage , and as evidence of good
faith the lOc. is allowed on first purchase amounting to
SKCO or above.