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o the busy man the full en
fBe sJid healthy digestion when
i ri Pierce's Pleasant Pellet* to
f'M'.J
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busy n^an the fuUen
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i Dr. Pierce
I«m1 »"d
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of
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Tftable ingredients which relieve
of all offending matters easily
rmrlilv Thev need only be taken
Jrttimeto cure tlie biliousness
Eion and slotlifulness, or toipor, of
£then the "Medical Discovery"
El taken in teaspoon fnl doses to in
Le blood and enrich it. It has a
frfect upon the lining membranes
(tomacband bowels, toning up and
.nine them for ell tune. The
hrHem feels the effec'. of the pure
awn* through the body and the
|«t vitalized and strengthened, not
or put to sleep, as the so called
•compounds and nerve mixtures do
tfreslied and fed on the food they
(health. If you s.iffer from iiuli
dyspepsia, nervousness, and any
lillswhich come from impure blood
bordered stomach, you can cure
wwith Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
which can be obtained at auy
in the country.
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you
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obliged to kiss
pirtfe, now that you arc married?
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for
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after a wanting and pro-
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la Training.
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Rhodes—Night before last I
in a hay mow and last night in a
•bin.
Dogood-That's good by the
I of the week you ill be tougb
to tackle A a tor's bed.
Rome Life Ininrano* Cm,
I*}or: have just issued tho ihomI au
proiiey, combining both protection and
taent ever offered by any old line com-
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tl Mr.
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Ushsurrendt-rs, loaning feature, etc.,
•o.utelytpiarnnteod. I'rutitalde agency
lets can iw Heeured. Willi for partleu
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|s, Mainnnr North-
Uaptrtmeuw 306-9 Plonoar Pr«m
fig. bt Paul
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sty Rhodes-You haven't a pile 01
y°u split In return for some
jhsome Internal decorations, have
Dogood-No.
Ry Khodes-in that case I believe
1
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«My have to offer.
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and well med remedy.
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KNOWLEDGE
pandj
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Is
®p comfort and improvement and
ui_ Phonal enjoyment when
many, who live bet
here and enjoy life more, with
WjJL!1,/
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Ure»
by more promptly
ibm world's best products to
y Physical being, will attest
tati»«e ,tt^ °f the pure liquid
-j».j- Jnnc'ple8 embraced in the
ISSxupo?Fi^
I&. .^"^ce is due to its presenting
fcttn*k°r? ^ost acceptable and pleas
hej^i refreshing and truly
Pfoperties of a ]erfect lax-
r» wiectually cleansing the system,
£|j^R colds, headaches and fevers
rrj"manently curing constipation.
|et sattwfaction to millions and
Mete* approval of the medical
r«i I "ccause it acts on the Kid
iwn* thT6r
an(^
.P,owela without weafc
*a perfectly free from
8mJ.^eSti?na^ substance.
F* ^or
sa^e
by drug-
and $1 bottles, but it is man
by the California Fig Syrup
whose
name is printed on every
Si!. name, Syrup of Hg»,
n8
well informed, you will not
'•°y
Bab«tituto
if o&rtd.
MABELIS HYPNOTIZED
0TRANGB
OCCURRENCES IN THE
BAV OMIIUI CA8JG.
Dr. Pielda'a Alleged Victim Say*
Tbat
Sbe
la Attala Under
trol—Another
made
H1r
the Save Condition.
the
^nuJfood in a few "»n-
Con­
tiirl round to B* in
Enu Claire, Wis., Doo. 12. The
facts Hl*ut the strange occurronroH
tfH! pant forty-ciKht hour* in eonnec
tion with the BrigsH-rickin case aye
Just coming out. Mabel re
jUjisrd into whut would ordinarily be
called a Btate of nervous prostration
Hitturday iii^'ht and dwlared she was
under Dr. IMekiu'a control ajraln and
that Alma l.nnard would be found in
the same conditlou.
In his endeavors to roitse Main1!
from her lethargy Mr. liriKjrs, her
father, firel two shots from a revol
ver. A crowd pitherod awund the
UriRRS residence. Two doctors were
called, and Mabel was finally taken In
a carriage to the I*»nard residence,
where Alino I/eonard was found to be
iri the same condition as Mabel. After
Alina had been rt-vived ti H»ine extent
she operated by mesmeric metluxls on
Mabel, who was brought to something
like her normal condition again. Both
girls, however, all day Sunday from
time to time suffered what seemed
to be a complete nervous collapse, but
which they declared was the hypnotic
control of Dr. I'ickin. Today they
were somewhat better. During peri
ods of comparative mental equipoise
Mabel Uriggs. with one hand on her
forehead and a pad of paper on her
knee, rapidly wrote answers to all
questions asked her, and in this way
descriled events which were occurring
elsewhere in the city of which ^lie
could not possibly have had knowl
edge by ordinary means. Tliis is testi
fied to by some of the best citizens of
tlio town. The j:!rl wrote from right
to left, reversing the letters so that, tho
writing could only easily be read by
reflection in a mirror. She notified the
people present ef the whereabouts and
identity of persons who were ap
proaching the l»ou.se and made no mis
takes.
These things are creating a state of
amazement, which it is hard to exag
gerate. About fifty leading citizens
are closely interested in tlie phen«nn
ena and have witnessed tliem. One
of the cji.ses against I'ickin will prob
ably be called in circuit court tomor
row.
REPRBSKNTira LABOR.
Aasemblage of Detegntea In tk« In
terest of the Tofllnn Mniiiea.
Denver. Dec. 12— On the floor of the
Odd Fellows' hall there gathered this
morning hundreds of representatives
of tho bone and sinew, tbe muscle and
the energy of the toiling millions of
the United States. They were the del
egates to tlie fourteenth annual con
vent ion of the Amor/an Federation
of Labor, and among them were rep
resented every trade and every in
dustry of the New World. It was an
assemblage of brainy, line looking, in
tellectual representatives of the toil
ers, and one that must have immedi
ately impressed itself on the mind of
John Hums and his associates from
the old country. The hall was hand
somely decorated with banners and
flags of the local labor organizations,
several hundred members of which oc
cupied the galleries.
Promptly it 10 o'clock President
Samuel (.ompers, P. .f. McfJuire and
W. II. Marden mounted the rostrum,
escorting the English labor members
of parliament who have come to this
country as fraternal delegates from
the organized labor of Kngland. Their
appearance was the signal for uproar
otts and prolonged applause, the dele
gates arising and continuing the en
thusiastic greeting for several mo
ments.
crnnKxrv i'i\x.
Secretary Carlisle Esplalaa the De
(nllM ot
11 In
Mew SpIipimc.
Washington, Dec. 12—Secretary Car
lisle appeared before the house com
mittee on banking and currency to
day to present, in detail, the features
of the new currency plan proposed in
his annual report and indorsed in the
president's message. There was much
interest in the hearing, as it was felt
that Mr. Carlisle would lend a more
popular interest to the subject than
had appeared in the formal report.
The crowd in attendance made it
necessary to use the lartf worn of the
committee on ways and means. Be
sides the full membership of the com
mittee, Senator Komero, the Mexican
minister, and many members of con
gress were presfnt. Mr. Carlisle
adopted an easy.^conversational style
of address. He said he was ready to
answer questions from the committee
as well as elaborate his own views.
He took up each section of his recent
recommendations.
BETTKR ROOST HIGH.
A Bad Time of Yon v for Oar Friend*
the Turk*.
Vienna. Dec. 12.—All foreign diplo
matic action at Constantinople lias
been suspended in consequence of the
exchange of views which on the in
itiative of Great Britain is proceeding
between the Berlin treaty signatory
powers with a view of taking joint ac
tion on the Armenian question. The
porte Is very anxious at this turn of
affairs and has appraised the sultan
of the exchange of views taking place
among the powers. In consequence of
this, the Turkish ministry, assisted by
Kiamil, Said and Chakir Paslm sat
continuously from noon, on Saturday,
and was still in session at noon yes
terdftjr.
CORK BP, WHEAT I)OWl.
The Price of ARrtf-nltaral Prodiiota
at the Farm.
Washington, Dec. 12. Tlie returns
to the statistical division of the de
partment of agriculture for the month
of December relate principally to the
average farm price of the various ag
ricultural products on the first day of
the month. By farm prices is meant
the price at the farm or at the nearest
local or railway market. In compari
son of tht*e prices with commercial
quotations allowance must be made*
for cost of handling, transportation,
profits of dealers, etc. The farm
price of corn averaged 45.tto per bush
el, which is il.
1 higher than the cor
resioiiding price of last year, which
was ,'i«».Ge per bushel. This price is
(.:'»e per bushel higher than the aver
age price for the dM-ade- 1SS0 to 1SS0
-and Is just 4c higher than the av
erage for the four years 1K00 to 1898,
The average price of wleat is 49.8c
per bushel, tii lowest price in the
last twenty-live years. This price
Xl.dc less than the average for the tcu
years—lSSO to 1881) -and 22.1c less
than the average for the four years
of lh'iX) to 18SM. The returns make the
general price per bushel of rye 50.5c,
which is l."c lower than the price at
the same date last year. The average
farm price of oats as returned for
Dec. 1 this year is 4.1c higher than
for the corresponding date last year,
being 32.0c per bushel, against 28.Sc
Dee. 1, 18!Ki. The average farni pric*
of barley is 44..*'c per bushel against
10.(e for the year 1S93, or a gain of
3.7c. The price for 181)2 was 47.24
The average price of buckwheat is
fWi.2c per bushel, against 59c for the
year 189:5, or a decline of 2.8c. The
returns show the average price of
hay to be $8.3f» per ton, while that of
last year on the farms was S9.12.
SO".)N TO UK PAID.
Gratifying New* for Settler* oa the
Dra lltdnei Kivor l.stnda.
Sioux City, Iowa. Dec. 12.—!Tbe sev
eral thousand settlers on the Ies
Moines river lands, whose troubles
over their titles have been before con
gress for two or three decades, have
at last an assurance that they are to
be given their rights by the govern
ment. The last congress passed a
bill appropriating a large sum of
money for the adjustment of the
claims of these settlers for indemnity,
amounting to over $1,00**000. No
steps hi"! been taken to pay out the
money till recently, when, at the in
stance of tbe Iowa delegation in con
gress, the interior department de
cided to name a commission to come
to Iowa and make a report on th«
apportionment of the fund. The com
mission will consist of R. L. Bonier of
Ooorg'a and J. M. Wilson of Iowa,
who will spend several months mak
ing the report, in accordance with the
recommendations of which th*« fcioney
will be expended.
I,OST ON A CONTRACT.
As
a Result Prominent Merchant
Is Forced to AMslarn.
Sioux Fails, S. I)., Dec. 12.—-J. C. Mc
Millan, a prominent boot and shoe
dealer of Sturgis, this state, has made
an assignment for the benefit of his
creditors. The failure was brought on
by a loss sustained in tilling a govern
ment contract. Mr. McMillan a few
years ago took the contract to furnish
oats for Fort Mead, and in doing so
he lost about $4,000, which was more
than his business would stand. He
named John W. Wenke of Sturgis as
assignee. The latter thinks the cred
itors' will not lose anything.
NEWS DUILED DOWN.
Itcma Of General Intercut Placed fa
a Few Line*.
The new German Protestant church
in Paris was inaugurated to-day. Em
peror William sent a gift.
The Shenanco glass works, owned
by Knox, Foltz & Co.. to-day sus
tained a loss of about $100,000 by fire.
The new viceroy of Nankin is chang
ing the officials. It is
supposed
Guiseppe Olivere and his wife,
Theresa, wero probably fatally
stabbed by Antonio Constantino as the
result of a quarrel over a game of
cards In Boston.
Tlie condition of Eugene Kelly, the
New York banker whose condition
was so precarious during the latter
part of last week, Is reported to be
much improved.
A statue of M. Plancon. who first
advocated
the introduction into France
of American vines to combat the
phylloxera, was unveiled Sunday at
Moiitpclier, France.
Stephen Zapheropoulo Is dead in
France. He was the celebrated Greek
grsiia merchant who sent the uational
deferse government a gift of over
$400,000 during the war of 1870.
A meeting to express sympathy for
the persecuted Armenians and the out
rages perpetrated on that race by the
Turks was held in New York last
night in the Calvary Baptist church.
A violent wind and rain storm which
has
Ik
en prevailing for two days
throughout the northwestern part of
Oregon has almost entirely cut off
telegraphic communication with the
outside world.
At Binghamton, N. Y., a train on
the Erie road struck a carriage at a
etreet crossing containing John Bur
rows and Miss A. Campbell. Both
were crushed about the head and will
probably die.
r~
fc f"X
CMIACiM WHISKY AT1ISB&
ou
that
he expects the Japanese to make an
attack on the place during the winter.
Deputy Marshal John Beard of
Claremore.* Ind. T., was shot and in
stantly killed this morning while at
tempting to arrest Jim l'rince, a local
tough.
THAOC NAHM*
Tbe
World'* Tribute to
Dr. Price's Cream
Baking Powder
Hlghe«t
Honors Awarded
by the World's Colnm
bian Exposition!
Chicago,
1893
World's Fair
HIGHEST MEDAL
awarded to
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
The highest award was given on every clain^ comprising
•tiperiority in leavening power, keeping properties, purity and
excellence. This verdict has been given by the best jury
ever assembled for such a purpose, backed by the recommend
ation of the Chief Chemist of the United States Department
of Agriculture, Washington,
T'
ate examination and test of he baking powders. This
is pre-eminently tho highest authority on such matters in
America.
This verdict conclusively settles the estion and
proves that Dr. Price's Cream Baking owder is
superior in every way to any other brand.
NoTS.—-The Chief Chemut rejected the Alum baking powu /stating
to the World's Pair jury that he considered them unwholesome.
coming on/ away with me the first day I had him
Daughter-in-Law—First rate, ma. We out.
never quarrel.
0., who made an elabor­
Matrimonial Item. I Trne to the I.elter.
T3/**»r vnn two Purchaser-You told me this horse
MutheivhvLaw—How are you two
1
"Has he given up drinking and tnnok- said he was very easy to get away with,
tog as he promised?" He always runs away.
"No, ma, but he has taught me how
to drink aud smoke."
aT^rfe
We
wag wigy to mana} aml the bruU, ran
Horse Dealer—I didn say that. I
Big ernb« are found in India. Some of
lliein measure two leet in length.
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S CI ATI CA
v|h e e rfe tc u re y U LS 6_ S^.
Holiday Sale of Pure Wines & Liquors
Low Prices That Are tlie Talk of tie Town.
have cut deeper than «u'er before.
VVp
customers to our already lur^o trade in Dakota.. A trial
will make you a regular customer. Right Prices and Quality will
do It. We are content with a broker's margin.
1 dozen
quarts
in case.
$3.00
These Prices Good Only to Jan. I st.
Port Wi'if. ot i
Port Wine, Oporto, very eh lee..
Sherry Wine, extra quality
Hherry Wine, imported, exceptional line quality...
Angelica Wine
Claret Wine, tine quality
Zirfandel Claret, rich tine Wine
Durgundy. old stout Wine
Sweet Catawba Wine 'Mgli grade)
Webb's Meul. inal Back terry Cordial 4.00
Crysial liye Canadian Whisky 12.00
Murphy 1 'ure Kye VVbisuy
Gibson XXXX ft ye Whisky
1-gallon jug and box
W. H. MeBrayer Bourbon Whisky, 8 years old, 1
gallon in
jug and box ,,
on ()fe.-ar Pepper Bourbon Whisky, 4 years old, 1 gallon in
lug ani box
W. S. Hume Bourbon Whisky, 3 years old, 1 gallon in jug
and
was formerly pronounced incurable. Now it is not. In all
of the early stages of the disease
Scott's Emulsion
will effect a cure quicker than any other
known specific. Scott's Emulsion pro
motes the making of healthy lung-tissue,
relieves inflammation, overcomes the excess
ive waste of the disease and gives vital
strength.
want to adtl n®w
or(t®r
6-quart
bottles
Incase.
$1 50
2.50
1.50
5 00
3.00
6 00
3.00
2.40
4.00
5.00
2.90
S.00
1.50
1.20
2.00
2.50
1.50
3L00
a oo
6.00
4.2ft
50
"Old Hickory Club," Whisky, the tinest on earth tor the
money, 5 gals in keg. securely boxed 11.00
"Old Vernon" K\e Whisky, the peer of all Eastern Ryes, ex
ceptional gooi bargain. 6 gallons in keg. securely boxed...915.00
"Old Nabob Whisky, the tinest lot of whisky in the West,
We ship In plain boxes, nothing but your name and addre?.i on
Wo will assort case or ha case, as desired. Terms are Cash,
send money by Draft, I'. O. Money Order, or Express Order. We
ship by freight or express. Please give directions. Bend tor com
plete price list.
COLUMBIA WINE HOUSE
460, 462,464 Wabasha St., St. Paul, Minn.
Consumption
For Oonghfi, Golds, Weak Lungs, Sore Throat,
Bronchitis, Consumption, Scrofula, Anseniia,
XjOtw of Flesh and Wasting Diseases of Children.
Buy only the genuine with oar trade
mark on salmon-colored wrapper,
"Send for pamphlet on Scott's Emulsion. FREE.
Scott A. Bowne, N. Y. All Druggists. SO cents and $,l.
ys.oo
54.00
(2.7ft
51.90
i
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