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BULL FI GHTS IN MEXICO.
BMItalo«* Side of tke HIMorle Sport n Ke» O berried. Every once in a while we read in some northern paper, a descriptive letter f-Qin some American in Mexico, giving a lurid account of some bull fights which the exiled correspondent has witnessed. A Mexican bull tight is one of the institutions of that coun try. There is a great deal of show, noise and clamor, but very little fight ing or danger, reminding one of the revolutions that used to prevail in Mexico some years ago. There is really very little danger in a bull fight. There is more absolute peril in light ing a kerosene lamp, or calling a po liceman a liar, than there is in a dozen bull tights. The so-called bull fight takes place in an amphitheatre built for that pur pose. It will hold a groat many peo ple, probably more than can get into it, in which respect it seems to resem ble an American street car, A board fence separates the audience from the arena, and is so arranged that if the bull should undertake to overtake some bold matador, the latter can climb up to a place of safety, where the bull couldn't reach him with aten-foot pole. The exalted position enables the bull fighter to show his contempt for dan ger, and he makes n liberal use of his opportunities. Tbe so-called bull fighters are mar velous objects to look at. Solomon in all his glory was never arrayed so gloriously. They are dressed in all the colors of the rainbow, are very prone to take water. When dressed up in their toggery, they bear a whim sical resemblance to the face cards. It is really amusing to see the Jack of Diamonds and the King of Hearts, and all the rest of the male members of the pack, that are familiar to most read ers. prancing atout the arena. Hull fighting in Mexico might be come dangerous if the bulls were given a fair show; for occasionally an uuimal can be found that has a griev ance, and is really anxious to lift a Mexican into the next world. But as a general thing, the bulls are almost us cowardly as their tormentors. The Mexicans have a way of discouraging that really does credit to their in genuity. Before the bull is presented with the freedom of the arena, several inches of his horns are sawed off down to the very quick, which operation makes the end of the bull's horns as sensitive as a ripe boil on a human being. Now, the last thing in the world that the animal is going to do with his sore horns is to bump them against anything whatever. There fore the bull develops an almost hu man intelligence in keeping out of the way of the heroic bull lighter. A man with a large sized boil on his person does not go ubout trying to bump it against people, and the tender-horned bull has pretty much the same way of thinking. Eaakei and Wild Eeasts in India. The government of India appear to be at vuriance with experts like Mr. Vidal on the question of the feasibility of the "stumping out" process as ap plied to the snakes which annually exact so large a tribute of human life in that country. The significant fact is that in spite of the large number destroyed every year under the stimu lus of the government reward no perceptible impression is made upon this terrible scourge. In eleven years the annual average of deaths by snake bite has been 20,000. The opin ion of the government appears to be that the snake contest is not to bo carried on in the jungle, where these reptiles do little harm, but in the vil lages, where they And cover in heaps of refuse. Compared with snakes the most formidable of man-eating uni mals are unimportant. The total number of human beings killed by wild animals in ten years is under 30, 000, while the number of wild beasts slain for that period is nearly 166,000, including 17,885 tigers, 44,464 leopards, and 61,404 wolves. It will be soon that in this war of extermina tion man has considerably the best of it Unfortunately, hero, as in the case of snakes, the rewards produce little impression on numbers. Four teen and a half lakhs of rupees have been paid during the last ten yenrs without resulting in any diminution whatever in the loss of life caused by the larger carnivora. What is "Destitute." A citizen of Portland, Me., applied to another citizen for relief, claiming to be in destitute circumstances. He was arrested next day on a charge of false pretenses, as it was discovered that he had a quart of whisky and nine cents when he applied for relief. The law will now have to define what "destitute" means. Ooed Judges. I don't see any special merit in this make of rifle." observed the customer. "'Ibis is the style," said the gun maker with pardonable pride, "that has been furnished the Indians out West If you want an Inferior gun I can sell you an army rifle for much less. " Besssured. Mrs. New wed: "Have some of the pie, Mr. Old boy. I mode it myself." Mr. Oldboy (guest): "Um— I thank you. but I seldom eat pie. " Mr. New wed: "Don't be afraid of it, my old friend; It's all right. I tried it on a tramp." EXCITEMENT IN ROCHESTER. The Commotion Caueed by the State ment of a Phjelclan. An unusual article from the Roches ter, N. Y.. Democrat and Chronicle, was recently republished in this paper and was a subject of much comment. I hat the article caused even more commotion in Rochester, the following from the same paper shows: Dr. J. B. llenion, who is well-known not only in Rochester, but in nearly every part of America, sent an ex tended article to this paper, a few days since, which was duly published, de tailing his remarkablo experience and rescue from what seemed to be certain death. It would bo impossible to enumerate the personal inquiries which ^ aV .°.k° en raa de at 0l >r office as to the validity of the article, but they have been so numerous that further investi- 1 gation of the subject was deemed neces- j 8 ary. \\ ith this end in view a représenta- j tive of this paper called on Dr, lien- ; ion, at his residence, when the follow- ! ing interview occurred: "That article of yours, Doctor, has created quite a whirlwind. Are the statements ubout | the terrible condition you were in. and the way you wore rescued such as you can sustain?" "Every one of them and many addi- j tional ones. 1 was brought so low by : neglecting the first and most simple 1 symptoms. I did not think I was sick. It is true L had frequent head aches; felt tired most of the time; could eat nothing one day and was ravenous the next: felt dull pains and mv stom ach was out of order, but I did not think it meant anything serious. "iho medical profession has been treating symptoms instead of diseases for years, and it is higli time it ceased. The symptoms I have just mentioned or any unusual action or irritation of the water channels indicate the ap proach of kidney disease more than a cough announces the coining of con sumption. IVe do not treat the cough, but try to help the lungs. We should not waste our time trying to relieve the headache, pains about the body or other symptoms, but go directly to the kidneys, the source of most of these ailments. '•This, then, is what you meant when you said that more than one-half the deaths which occur arise from Bright's I disease, is it, Doctor?" "Precisely. Thousands of diseases are 1 torturing people today, which in reality i are Bright's disease in some of its many forms. It is a Hydra-headed monster, and the slightest symptoms should strike terror to every one who has them. 1 can look back and recall hun dreds of deaths which physicians de clared at the time were caused by pa ralysis, apoplexy, heart disease, pneu monia, malarial fever and oilier com mon complaints which I see now were caused by Bright's disease.'' • And did all these cases have simple symptoms at first?" > ••Every one of them, and might have been cured as I was by the timely use of the same remedy. I am getting my eyes thoroughly opened in this matter and think I am helping others to see the facts and their possible danger also." Mr. Warner, who was visited at his establishment on N St. Paul street, spoke very earnestly: "It is true that Bright's disease had increased wonderfully, and we find, by reliable statistics, that from '70 to '80 its growth was over 250 per cent. Look at the prominent men it has car ried off, and is taking every year, for while many are dying apparently from paralysis and apoplexy, they are really victims of kidney disorder, which cause heart disease, paralysis, apo plexy, etc. Nearly every week the papers record the death of some prom inent man from this scourge. Recent ly, however, the increase has been checked and I attribute this to the general use of my remedy." ••Do you think many people are af flicted with it to-day who do not real ize it, Mr. Warner?" "A prominent professor in a New Orleans medical college was lecturing before his class on the subject of Bright's disease. He had various flu ids under microscopic analysis and was showing the students what the indica tions of this terrible malady were. •And now, gentlemen,' ho said, "as we have seen the unhealthy indications, I will show you how it appears in a state of perfect health,' and he submitted his own fluid to the usual test As he watched the results his countenance suddenly Changed—his color and com mand both left him and in a trembling voice he said: 'Gentlemen I have made a painful discovery; I have Bright's disease of the kidneys;' andin less than a year he was dead. The slightest in d. cations of any kidney difficulty should be enough to strike terror to any one." "You know of Dr. Henion's case?" "Yes, I have both read and heard of it." "It is very wonderful, is it not?" "No more so than a great many oth ers that have come to my notice as having been cured by the same means." 1 'You believe then that Bright's dis ease can be cured." "I know it can. I know it from my own and the experience of thousands of prominent persons who were given up to die by both their physicians and friends." "You speak of your own experience, what was it?" "A fearful one. I had felt languid and unfitted for business for years. But I did not know what ailed me. When, however, I found it was kidney difficulty I thought there was little hope and so did the doctors. I have since learned that one of the physi cians of this city pointed me out to a gentleman on the street one day. say ing: 'There goes a man who will be dead within a year.' I believe his words would have proved true if I had not fortunately used the remedy now known as Warner's Safe Cure." "Did you make a chemical analysis of the case of Mr. H. H. Warner some three years ago, Doctor? was asked it is | j : 1 I 1 i Dr. S. A. Luttlmore. one of the an alysts of the State Board of Health. u "Yes, sir." "What did this analysis show you?" "A serious disease of the kidneys. ' "Did you think Mr. Warner could recover?" "No, sir. I did not think it possi ble." "Do you know anything about the remedy which cured him?" "I have chemically analyzed it and find it pure and harmless." The standing of Dr. llenion. Mr. Warner and Dr. Lnttimoro in this community is beyond question, and the statements they make cannot for a mo ment be disputed. Dr. Henion's expe rience shows that Bright's disease of tile kidneys is one of the most decep tive and dangerous of all diseases, that it is exceedingly common, but that it can be cured if taken in time. I j ! j I Orange« lu Kan Hernardlno. There are upward of 5,000,000 orange trees in seed bed in this county. This is over three times the number set out in in orchard form in the county. But each year the demand for trees in creases. At the present ratio of in crease two years from now 1,000,000 will bo planted annually in this county alone. As many trees aro shipped into San Diego and other counties, and if all the trees now in seed bed should mature to a condition for planting, there will be but little danger of an overstock. But many of these trees will be killed by frost and from neg lect and other causes.—San Bernardino (Cal.) Times. Frog re«.. It is very important in this age of vast material progress that a remedy be pleasing to the taste and to the eye, easily taken, acceptable to the stomach and healthy in its nature and effects. Possessing theso qualities. Syrup of Ligs is the one perfect laxative and most gentle diuretic known. "Dead stuck ou it"—The fly on the point of a pin. Covens AVn IlOAitsENERS.—The irritation which induces coughing immediately re lieved by use of "Brown's Bronchial Troches." Sold only in boxes. There are .'iTT.TT grains of pure silver in a Mexican dollar. Ilnlmnn*« l.tver Pnd*. tint MAN'S I.IVKIl 1'il.l.S cur# M AT.AHIA. Hoi. man's Liven Ph i s cure IliLlot'SM'SS. 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They take pleasure in show ing people through their establishment, which Is equal to any in Ch cago. SEEDS UORTHtRH GROWN-rRtSH.BtUMJkC QtST fOR AtV S0\\_S AND ClUAtS ' 60.000,qBUS. SEED 1 **~ | potatoes cheap ' S A U v DL S° E "v WD C A T A VO GÜ V 'JohnA. Salzer lacrosses Vour health is a citadel. The winter's storms are the coming enemy. You know that this enemy will sit down for five long months outside this citadel, and do its best to break in and destroy. Is this citadel garrisoned and provisioned ? The garrison is your constitution. Is it vigorous or depleted ? How long can it fight without help ? Have you made provision for the garrison by fur nishing a supply of SCOTT'S EMULSION of pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda ? It restores the flagging energies, in creases the resisting powers against disease ; cures Con - sumption, Scrofula , General Debility , and all A neemic and Wasting Diseases (especially in Childrai), keeps coughs and colds out, and so enables the constitution to hold the fort of health. Palatable as Milk. BPECIAL.—Scott's Emulsion is non-oecret, and is prescribed by the Medical Pro fession all over the world, because its ingredients are scientifically combined in such • manner as to greatly increase their remedial value. CAUTION.—Scott's Emulsion is put up In salmon-colored wrappers. Be sure and get tbe genuine. Prepared only by Scott ft Bowne, Manufacturing Chemists. New Y ork. Bold by all Druggists. _ <Uk \ Ss It's a cold day for the housekeeper when Pearline gets left. Take Pearline from washing and cleaning and nothing remains but hard work. It shows in the things that are washed ; it tells on the woman who washes. Pearline saves work, and works safely. It leaves nothing undone that you want done well ; what it leaves undone, it ought noi to do. ~t ___ _ Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you " this ffk t* P is ax good os" or " the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE — » V Ct i V/ pearline is never peddled, and if your grocer sends you something in place of Pearline, do the honest thing— tend it Seek. *Q JAMES PYLE, H. * «'an »ach Tiling« lie 1 There is such a thing as carrying economy even beyond tho borders of parsimony, llero is a case we vouch for as actually occurring, wo will not snv where. Three years ngo a certain person purchased as a Christmas gift for his 2-year-old daughter a little chair, painted red. In 1889 ho had the chair painted blue and gave it to her us a brand new Christmas gift. Last year he had the same chair gilded, and worked it off again as a Christmas gift on his innocent and helpless child, in a very poor household such an inci dent would bo pathetic. But this father is by no means a poor man.— Buffalo Commercial. Did you ever go within * mile of » soap factory I If so you know w hat material they make soup of. Dobbins' Electric Soap fac tory is as free from odor as a chair factory. Try It once. Ask your grocer for it. 'lake no Imltution. Telephones are now being Introduced on lcard men of war. From 18S0 to ISfO the Indians decreased nearly 7 percent. Here I« u < tianre I» linin' vioncj. 11 ought a machine for plat ng gold, sil ver ami nickel, and it works splendid. When people heard about it they brought more spoons, forks and jewelry than 1 <ould plate. In a week 1 made and In a mouth ÎIÎ2.50. My daughter made fcil In live days. You can get a ('later for from W.'ll. (iiitlitli .t Co.. Zanesville, Ohio, and will, wc trust, he henefitted as much as 1 have been. B M. GRAY. The sober second thought usually comes after the bauquet. For Hlrkeis, vi a ru» mu*, and ull Wa«t Ing IMsorih r« <>l < lilldreii, Scott's Emulsion of Pure Cod I.iver Oil, witli Hypopliosphites, is unequalled. The rapidity with wideli children gain flesh and strength iqum It Is very wonderful. "I have used 8cott's Emulsion in cases of Rickets and Marasmus of long standing. In every ease the improvement was marked."—J. M. Main, M.D., New York. The good who die young have a great deal to be thankful for. yjACOBsoil GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND SATS: IT EXECUTIVE CHAMBER. IS •Annapolis, .TW., Jan. 6, '90. "J hare often used, ST. JACOBS OIL., and find It a food animent.'** ELIHU E. JACKSON, THE c ° v - ° ,M0 ' BEST. CARTERS Witt le Hiver Positively cured by these Utile Pills. They also relievo Pin tress from Dyspepsia.In ri igestiem and Toollearty Eating. A perfect rem edy forDizzinesg.Nausea Drowsiness, Had Taste in the Mouth, Costed Tongue,Pain in the Side. TORPID LIVER. They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. Price 2ft Cents i CASTES MEDICINE CO., NEW YOAE. Small Pill. Small Dose, Small Price. to I fac- | , on sil wc : ■____ „ , ' " : ,e B" en a * air * na '' 1 ^ V**'v î°*V*lo)lT mo "WHAT AN ASS AM I!»» The ass thought lilmsclf as fine look ing as his neighbor, the horse, until he, one tiny, saw himself lu the looking glass, when he said "What an ass am II" Are there not scores of people who cannot see themselves as others see them? They have had blood, pim ples, blotches, eruptions, and other kiu dred disfigurements. All these annoy ing things could be entirely eradicated, and the skin restored to "lily white ness," if that world-famed remedy, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medlcid Discovery, It cures all humors, from the ordi nary blotch, pimple or eruption to the worst scrofula, or the most inveterate j blood-taints, no matter what their na ; turc, or whether they be inherited or acquired. The "Golden Medical Dis | covery" is the only blood - purifier i guaranteed to do just what it is rec ; ommended to, or money refunded. I World's Dispensary Medical As | sociATioN, Proprietors, No. 663 Mala Street, Buffalo, N. Y. Oil, The and have every M. deal IS It V-A-SJÜXjXIsrE. ONT5 DOLLAR Rent us by mnll. we will deliver, fro© uf nil clmrtce*. to any person In tho United Suites, ull the luliowing articles :aiefull, pat Led lu a neat box : One two-oiinoo Dottle of Ptiro Vaseline 10 eta. One two-omu*o bottle Vaseline Pomade If) eta. Onej nr of Vaseline ('old Cream..........15 eta. One cake of Vaseline Camphor Ice......lOcUk One cakeof Vaseline Snap, unscentod.... 10 eta. One cake of Vaseline Soap, scented.......25 da. One two-ounce bottle of White Vuseline 25 cu. -11.10 Or for stamp« any slmilo article at the price. If you hnve occasion to nso Vaseline In any form bocaieful to accept only genuine goods put up by u» In original packages. A great uiuny druggists are trying to persuade buyer« to take VASKL1NK put up by them. Never yield to such persunslon. ns tho article 1 n an Imitation without value, and will not plve you the result von expect. A bottle of Blue beat Vaseline Is sold by all druggists alten cents. i'HESKBROt till *T*. Co., •» 1 Stale Bt., Sew York. IN THREE DAYS by Hector obtained f otiuoR lm\e done nearly as well. T. C'lencav sold 7, Oft«; K. C. bavin Mild 7,:if.8; L. Paruioleo îl.'-'h 7 during 1800. Complete list and prices paid for each coin can U) exam ined at our oflicc. Ifvoulmve any old coins or proofs coined before 1K7M, save them, as they might be w orth fortune, lll'd. Circulars on ruro coin« at office or mailed for twu stumps. MUlBiUTMHANk, ««Court St., liostou, Mu.-s. A special lcpi vscntativu wanted in each P riUCIAM' ,< »Du uoitiiis criaiura WM.iiingioii, !».«•. Successfully Prosecutes Claims. 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Stock was all new and in first-class condition and filled the five floors of the new Eiseman Build - ing in Council Bluffs. Hayden Bros, have moved the whole stock to their »stores on Sixteenth street and have opened their new Building-. Have overhauled the entire stock and reduced the prices away down on every article in order to close out all in a very short time. Among this stock you will find finer Dry Goods than ever carried in Omaha. It will pay you to lay in a supply for years to come. Such an opportunity was never offered in this city before, and may never occur again. There never were as many Dry Goods displayed by one firm in Omaha as at present by Hayden Bros. There never were bargains offered like the bargains now going from the Eiseman stock. You will be well repaid for your time and trouble to attend this sale. HAYDEN BROS., Sixteenth and Dodge streets, Omaha, Nelx Mil. TACOMA! Parums Am.« s»s piftiti mW MABHSQBÜ Debility, Lost IKanbood, dp., having trt Known remedy, has discovered n simple menas efO cure, which he will « IfeMlcted with! aore eyes, use j TlMnpsM'sEj« Water. W. N. 'J., Omaha, 660—8