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TRIP TO CUBA PROPOSED.
Expenses Will Be Paid by Louisiana Cane Sugar Interests. "Washington, Feb. 13.—Chairman Payne has presented to the ways and means committee a brief submitted by New Orleans chamber of commerce and endorsed by the cane sugar in terests supporting the statement that cane sugar was now being raised in Cuba at a profit and asking that a special committee proceed to Cuba to investigate the question of cost of pro duction, profit, etc. Representative Steele of Indiana asked if the invitation to go to Cuba included payment of expenses of the trip, to which Representative Robert son of Louisiana answered that the expense item would be included if nec essary. The brief sums up the conditions at considerable length and suggests that if the testimony of the government experts is correct then the military governor of Cuba, Governor Wood, had been misinformed and sugar is now being manufactured and sold in Cuba at a profit, so there exists no possible justification for the reduction of the present tariff on unrefined su gar coming from Cuba upon the ground that the Cuban planters are now manufacturing at a loss. Beyond receiving the brief the com mittee took no action on the Cuban reciprocity subject. NO PRO-BOERS IN CANADA. Patriotic Boast Made by Lord St. ath cona in London. London, Feb. 13.—Lord Strathcona, who appears to have completely recov ered his health, presided Tuesday night at a meeting of the Colonial in stitute, when J. H. Turner read a pa per on British Columbia, Both the high commissioner and the agent general spoke of the loyalty of the Canadian people, and Lord Strath cona was loudly cheered for saying that not a single individual in the whole dominion could be got to pro fess himself a pro-Boer. He antici pated that swift communication with Canada will shortly bring the Pacific coast within eight days of England. Admiral Fremantel and Gilbert Parker, M. P., referred to the strategic advantages of British Columbia to the empire. .. League of American Wheelmen. Torrington, Conn., Feb. 13.—Twen ty-one delegates, representing. 12 states, were present at the opening session of the national assembly, League of American Wheelmen, here. The national president, S. A. Earle of Detroit, presided. The morning ses sion was taken up entirely with the presentation of reports. A LEGACY OF THE GRIP. Is often a run-down system. Weak 5, ness, nervousness, lack of appetite, energy and ambition, with disordered liver and kidneys often follow an art tpck of this wretched disease. The greatest need then is Electric Bitters, the splendid tonic, blood purifier and regulator of Stomach, Liver and Kid neys. Thousands have proved that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves, build up the system, and re store to health and good spirits after an attack of Grip. If suffering, try •. them. Only 50c. Perfect satisfac tion guaranteed by P. C. Remington. Ask an Increase of Wages. Chicago, Feb. 13.—Engineers and firemen of the Illinois Central system have requested increases in their wages, says The Chronicle. Commit tees representing the two branches of work are now in Chicago for the pur pose of conferring with officers of the road. SAVED HER CHILD'S LIFE. "In three weeks our chubby little boy was changed by ^pneumonia alnupt to a skeleton," writes Mrs. W. Wait kins, of Pleasant City, O. "A terrible cough set in, that, in spite of a good doctor's treatment for several weeks, grew worse every day. We then used Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption, and our darling was soon sound and well. We are sure this grand medicine saved his life." Mil lions know it's the only sure icure for Coughs, Colds and Lung diseases. P. C. Remington guarantees satisfac tion. 50c, $1.00. Trial bottles free. Ostentations Display of Wealth. Tim—Dat Muggsy kid makes me tired. Sal-Why? Tim—Aw, he got a nickel snmbow, and ever" feller he meets he asts him ef be kin change it—Boston Post A Warning—to feel tired before ex ertion Is not laziness—it's a sign that the system lacks vitality, and nee-13 the tonic effect of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Sufferers should not delay. Get rid of that tired feeling by beginning to fly take Hood's Sarsaparilla today. fi. Iiongevlty, The span of life is gradually expand ing. We lire longer and get more out of it than our grandfathers did. Wheth er the cause of this is a better knowl edge of natural law or more Skillful surgery we will not undertake to say. At any rate, people think this a pretty good world to live in and want to stay here as long as they can comfortably. The man with 100 birth anniversaries behind him is not such a remarkable fellow after all.—New York Herald. a BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. '«"The best and most famous cam pound in the world to conquer aches and kill painsplf Cures outs, heels burns and bruisesf subdues inflamma tion, masters piles. Millions of boxes, mrtd yearly. Wqrfes wonders In boils, ulcers, felons, skis eruptions, ft' rares or no pay. -25c at Reming ton's drugstore. KIDNEY TROUBLES. Mrs. Louise M. Gibson Says That This Fatal Disease is Easily Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. DEAB MRS. PINKHAM I felt very discouraged two years ago, I had suf fered so long1 with kidney troubles and other complications, and had taken so much medicine without relief -that I began to think there was no hope for me. Life looked so good to me, but what is life without health I wanted to be welL MRS. LOUISE M. GIBSON. "Liydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound cured me and made me well, and that is why I gladly write you this, and gladly thank you six bottles was all I took, together with your Pills. My headache and •backache and kidney trouble went, never to return the burning sensation I had left altogether my general health was so improved I felt as young and light and happy as at twenty." —MBS. LOUISE Grason, 4813 Langley Ave., Chicago, I1L—$5000 forfeit If abooe testimonial Is not genuine. If you feel that there is anything at all unusual or puzzling about your case, or if you wish confidential advice •of the most experienced, write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., and you will be advised free of charge. Liydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has cured and is curing thousands o£ cases of female trouble. Riotous Disturbances in Spain. Madrid, Feb. 13.—There have been renewals of disturbances in several towns. At St. Sebastian,, crowds of people stoned the police and the latter charged several times, A score of people were injured. At Barcelona the strikers and workers have had several conflicts. Shots were ex changed and a number of people were wounded. MR. WHEELER GOT RID OP HIS RHEUMATISM. "During the winter of 1898 I was so lame :n my joints, in fact all over'my body, that I could hardly hobble around, when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. From the first application I began to get well, and was cured and have worked stead ily all the year.—R. Whfeeler, North wood, N. Y. For sale by Beardsley & Finney. Debt*. Father—How Is it yon never have any money? ,' Son—It's not my fault It's all due to other people.—Philadelphia, Press. One man lies in his words and gets a bad reputation another in his manners and enjoys a good one.—Thorean. "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Rmedy for a number of years and have no hesitancy in saying that it is the best remedy for coughs, col|^and croup I have ever used in my family. I have not words to express my confi dence in this* remedy.—Mrs. J. A. Moore, North Star, Mich. For sale by Beardsley & Finney. His Fall. Customer—I understand that your chef has been discharged. Waiter—Yes, sir. He has gone to a place where they call him a cook.— Judge. IF THE BA.BY IS GUTTING TEETH, Be sure and use that old and well-tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. A NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN ON THE NICKET, PLATE ROAD. A change of schedule for departure of train No. 6 from Chicago on the Nickel Plate road, provides a conven ient express train for Fort Wayne, Findlay, Fostoria, Cleveland, Erie, Dunkirk, Buffalo, New York City, Bos ton and all points east, leaving Chi cago daily at 11:20 p. m., reaching New York City at 6:50 second morning, Boston 10:07 second morning also all other points" east of Buffalo on same time as heretofore. Sleeping car open for reception of passengers to retire at their convenieqjbe. after 9:30 p. m. Daily train from Chicago at 10i'35 a. m. reaches New York City following afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, Boston at 5:20. Dally train froin Chicago at 2:30 p. m. reaches New York at 7:35 p. m. next day. Through vestibuled sleeping car.« .-Meals served In Nickel Plate dining' cars, on individual club meal plan*. Tanging in price rom 35c to. 11.00. No excess fares on any train of the Nickel Plaite road. Chicago depot. Van Buren street and Pacific avenue, on the Elevated Loop. For-aftuther information, write John Y. Calahan, general agent, 111 Adams street Chicago. Minneapolis. GERMAN ARMY OFFICERS. The Abject Deference Shown Them by Civilians la Amaiing, The respect and deference shown to the German army officer on duty and off duty by his countrymen are won derful to see, according to a London writer. "Civilians, even compatriots of distinction, on entering the dining room bow to him with formal humility. He acknowledges the^ obeisances only iWith a rigid glare of haughty indiffer ence, though he is politely conscious of the coming and going of ladies. The German civilian does not appear to be surprised at or to resent being con temptuously ignored by him, but rec ognizes bim aud looks up to him as a superior member of av superior race and continues to make his obeisances, however loftily they are ignored. "But, 'while the officer is unable to see the civilian at whom he is looking point blank, he never misses observ ing the entrance and acknowledging the salute of another of his own race. He rises from his seat and stands stiff and erect while the newcomer ad vances and exchanges formal bows and greetings, and as he recovers the erect position from the bow he bring3 his heels together with a sharp parade click and waits until lfts superior has taken a seat before he resumes his own." There were tremendous ceremonies in eating and drinking, too, especially In drinking. "Each table group* lifted their glasses invariably together,, as if at the word of command, taking their time apparently from the senior pres ent. Having seized their glasses to gether and raised them together and simultaneously drunk, they would sumultaneously finish and then, hold ing their glasses before them, would with great ceremony bow to one another before replacing them on the table. It did not matter wither they were drinking beer or claret or the German champagne, which seems to be the especially smart thing to take, there was the same ceremony. When a senior officer went out of the room, all the juniors present rose to stiff attention and bowed as he passed. When a junior rose, he made the round 6t the table on his way to the door and bowed separately, with a- spur jingling heel click every time to every other officer." The JLaat Nickel. The Philadelphia Record tells of a little Sunday school boy who always receives a nickel from bis father to place in the collection plate. Last Sun day bis father gave him two nickels, saying, "One is for the Lord, and the other is for yourself." As it was too early to start for Sunday school the little boy sat on the porch steps, play ing with the two nickels. After awhile he dropped one of them, and it disap peared down a crack. Without a mo ment's hesitation and still clutching, the remaining coin in his clinched fist, he looked up at bis father, exclaiming, "Oh, pop, there goes the Lord's nickelT You Could Look If into the future and see the condition tc will brini to which your cough, if neglected, ag yon, you would seek relief at once—and that naturally would be through Shiloh's Consumption 'V Guaranteed to cure Con-: sumption, Bronchitis, Asthma, and all I,ung Troubles. Cures Coughs and Colds in a day. 25 cents. Write to S. C. WJBXAS & Co., Le Roy, N. Y., for free trial bottle.. Karl's Clover Root Tea purifies the Blood Every rfsman tfl interested tin«1 shonldkaow about tlie wonderful MARVEL Whirling Spray tbe new tioa and Suction. Best—Sat eat—Most Convenient. blrmrlnRMfvit. Cf h» oiinnot supply the MARVEL., accept no jther, bnt send stamp foi nstrated book—MdaUt lull particulars and rtlreotionr, 1 «UiulSSto ladles. KIABVFI It Qtuaes I silently. ^Imes fUltr. e*v' O O THEr NEW NORTH DA- O 0 KOTA CODE. 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