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THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 21 , 1902 ,
HE MAN WHO WAS MUSTERED OUT. . . . DY LEO CRANE Copyright , 1001 , by tito Gmn . I-O-IO-IOI-O-IO-IOO-IOIO-I-O-KW-O-M I The Hinall column of rough looking mnn that wound In nliiRlo fllo IhroiiRh the tangled JuiiRlo wnw nil that ro- ninlncd of Iho once mlRhty Twelfth. It hnd dwindled to this hnndfiil In the npnco of nlno montliH , and no tloubt when the wet HCIIHOII bcRim even the skeleton would have room for fronh recruits , providing nlwayn the rubeln , who Iny hidden In the wild Rrnnm'fl , would allow the fever tlmo cnoiiRh. A robcl In the wild grnus IH us certain n the fever , anil much quicker. Nine mouths before the Twelfth hnd Inmled from the niHly red trnnnport Southern Queen niul hnd mnrchcd with n swinging Htep over the wet nniid. The straggly Hue of pnlinn skirling Iho bench Hwnlloweil them , niul from that moment the declmntlon began. Kor n tlmo they Idled In the hot flun nt QunlmiiM , where they nto fruit , nlckcned , a few died nnd the rc t re covered to curse the hunt and to won der why they didn't RO up country. Then they wont up country and the robelH mmipcd them Rrlmly. Thin for nlno montliH. The Twelfth wns thor oughly tired out. "Don't you wish you were goln1 home , Connelly ? " asked a man trudg ing behind n Rrent tall chap. "Ilomol Do you ever expect to get homo ? llosh ! " "Do you mean Snn I'cdro or do you menu tlio ronl homo ? " asked another. "Why , I meant home , ncrosn the water , where the people are of the . while brand , nud where there's hot biscuits , nnd a bed , nnd clean water nnd girls. Oil ! 1 meant homo ! " Harrison looked nt the mnn nnd shook his bend strangely. "Don't git that way often , Fnrsonn ; It affects the bend so. " "But 1 hnd n dronm Inst night nnd , wo were nil goln' home. " "Funny drenm , that , " said Mnrtln. "What you wnnt Is n good Htllt dose of quinine Bomothln' like twenty-flvo crnlns. " "No doubt the poor Ind'a ncrvca arc gone , " snld another , "all Jangled and out of tune. " "Wish 1 could drcnm , though , " growled Connelly. "There's lots of things I'd drcnm nbout there's" But Connelly broke off with n murmur In his tliront. The things ho would drcnm nbout were evidently not for the enrs of the regiment. "You'd dream about what ? " asked n man. | Hut his question went unanswered. ' ' The straggly line of men emerged from the shadow and came to where they could see the whlto huts of San Pedro glaring In the tropical sun. "Seems to mo there's somcthln * a-go- ln * on down there , " said Martin. "There just Is that , " replied Harri son , shading his eyes from the sun nnd gazing nt the town's gate. "Denied If 1 don't believe It's the reserve that's como up. " 'Too good to bo true , and , besides , Parsons , you're always btillcvln * and drenmln' things. " "But If It Is mnybo we'll go to flome place farther down the const Maybe we'll sco Bomethln' now. Mnybo" "Well , nln't you done with may- beln' ? " The tall man looked nt the questioner and replied slowly : "And mnybo we'll go homol" It seemed to stun the lot of them. One gnsped nnd turned pule. Home ! They had never given that a thought. ITomo ? While the rebels wcro yet hiding In the bush and the war In prog ress ? Then n fellow who never did anything of note before began to sing to a wonderful tune of his own : "We're coin" home I We're golu * home I Our ililp Is at the shore. And you can park your haversack , Fur we won't come back no more. Oh , we won't come back no more , my boys. We won't come hack no morel" and the whole rank took up the burden of the chorus : "Oh , we won't como b ck no more , my boys , < We won't come back no morel" 1 With n quickened step , bora of the swinging tucter of the fiong , the Twelfth marched to the town's little gate. The hot sun , the tropical smell , the petty Ills and the quinine \vero all forgotten In their curiosity to lenrn why n strange sentry paced forward nnd back before the place. Like BO runny statues they waited for the lieutenant to reappear from the com mander's hut. 11 o cauio out with a smile on his face. "The Twelfth Is mustered out ! " 'A yell went skyward that made the .Tines rustle , and above all the rest big Connelly bawled : "Hurrah ! Hurrah ! Wo'ro gain' liome. " ti i Five men surrounded a pair of the new guard and begged from them an old newspaper. "Look here , Connelly" "What ? Newspapers ? Olmme one rtVhat a find ! A newspaper ! " | "S'pose you almost forgot there was such a thing. " "Perhaps. Sco If there's anything trom home. " I "Home ? Where d'you live anyway Connelly T "Gloucester. " "Why , tbafs In Massachusetts. " "Of course , dummyhousel Look fe the news , will you ? " I "What's the date ? Five months old , .this paper ! Gloucester-Gloucester facre 'Us Gloucester : i. " 'Man killed at the town ball IOB -now tlml'n what I call an In- plow of nowfl , Hcclii' nH wo tlou't know what a klllln' Is. 'Ocorgo Hall convicted of ntcalln' from Nathrui Korrpflt'-llmt Roiiiidw Hko homo ' tlinl'n very homcllko 'Ulll i dead ; leaven forty thounntul dollars. ' That'N all , Connelly , from aioncoHtrr , " "HumphI Who'fl married7" "I.pmmo BOO 'MlHfl llcsslo Williams nnd' " "Yon Hot Let mo HOO thai ! " "What In the name of nation IB the mattur with you , Connelly ? " "You'ro right , rarsoim , that's all ! Tlmt'H all ! " AmK ] \ \ Connelly , the man with an InteiiRo longing for home , bent down hlH heiul and walked with a swnggor to the far cud of the town. * * The next morning , when the bugle called the men of tlio Twelfth from the dingy white huts , they sprang forth with alacrity. "Wo'ro a mighty nllm crowd com pared to all that came up , ain't wo ? " "Well , I Hhoiild Hay ! There was Sam JoluiHim and Jerry Patternaii , Hill Williams , Harry Carter hut what'fl the use In conntln' 'cm ? all gone , and good boys , too , all good boys. IJut , then , that's what wo 'listed fur. " "And wo'ro the lucky dogs ! I wouldn't he ono of them fellers what's como to relieve un no , not fer a cool million. Would you , Connolly ? " "I don't know , " replied Connelly wearily. "You don't know ? " * " "No , 1 don't know. " Then the bugle blared ngaln. The tall man turned and walked to the lieutenant and saluted : "Well , Connelly T" "I 1 think I'd like to stay and enlist with the other regiment Hlr nnd and stay out the war. You sco" The face of the lieutenant became as a Htono mask and for a moment ho Blared llxcdly. Then , remembering his rank , ho wilil kindly : "If you think RO , Connelly , you may report to Major Southern. " The Twelfth marched out and th6 lant man , looking back from n distant hill , saw a forlorn llguro watching by the old gate. Ho waved a last fare well to the man In the RUII painted landscape. A fellow by his.Hide Htart- ed to hum again the song of the swing ing muter : "Oh , we're coin' hornet We're goln' home I Our ship Is at" "Oh , shut upl" growled out the man. The skeleton of the Twelfth , minus ono of the larger bones , marched on lu silence. TurqnolncH nnd the Mongol * . Turquoises are the favorite Rtoncs of all the Mongol races and are generally worn In their original state , except by the Chinese women , who have them roughly cut and wear them mixed with pearls and coral. Iloth the Tibetan men and women ornament themselves with lump turquoises , the men wearing them attached to their single gold ear rings , which are worn lu the right car only. The women of Ladakh carry their fortunes on their heads , In the shape of a broad strip of red cloth studded with huge turquoises , which , starting from the forehead , Is carried over the head anil hangs nearly to the waist These peraks , as they are called , Borne- times cost as much as 20. lly the Ladakhls those turquoises arc prefer red that have llttlo black specks on hem , which show their genuineness , or oven In the wilds of central Asia ho spotless blue composition cmanat- ug from Europe Is offered for sale , the mzaar at Darjcellng being flooded with t The Bhutla women In the Dnrjeellng district wear quaint brass ornaments covered with chip turquoises , which are cheap , but the Mongolians have the embossed silver plates which form such a becoming headgear , studded with really fine turquoises , for which ho owners have to glvo valuable furs u exchange. Coruhlll. SICKNESS DUE TO EXPOSURE. American Soldiers In the Philippines Fail to Observe Sanitary Rules. Washington , Fob. 21. Governor Toft continued to discuss the climatic conditions In the Philippines yester day hoforo the senate Philippine coin- mltteo. Reverting to what ho had said concerning the health of the American troops In the Philippines , Governor Toft sold that much of the Blcknoss which does oxlst was due to exposure- and ho Incidentally made an appeal for liberal appropriations for the construction of tmrrachB for the protection of officers and men. The witness thought the high death rate of troops In the Philippines was not duo to the guerrilla warfare , saying that It was Impossible to get soldiers to observe the laws of hygiene. His experience. Governor Toft sold , was that the greatest danger In the matter of health In the Philippines Is found In the neglect of symptoms which are not generally regarded as of Import ance In the Unltod States. He know , he sold , of Buropeans who had spent 30 or 40 years In the islands and who are In good health. King Opens Italian Parliament Rome , Fob. 21. King Victor Hm- manual opened parliament yesterday with considerable ceremonial. In Uio speech from the tbrono ho referred to the tranqulllzlng-effect on the coun try of the government's liberal policy and to the excellent relations existing between Italy and all powers. Central Iowa Teachers Meet Boone , la. , Fob. 21. The third annual - nual convention of the Central Iowa Teachers' association convened la thla city yesterday. Hundreds of teach/ ore have arrived and attended the onv torio of "Isaiah" last night In the First Methodist Episcopal church , undei the direction of E. L. Cobura. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. Features of the Day's Trading and Closing Quotations. Chk'fiKO , Kcli. 20.Oniln market * HFC- Mwrd n K | n todnr In A Jiulcil faxliloii , The ruling tcndi'iiclm worn for lower prkw , but tint ntnnll hrcnkH liroiiKlit In cuoiiRli \tnf\t\a \ \ \ to prevent tnaturlul ilcvllncfl nnd tlio cloHo WHH rather flrin , Mujr whmit cloned nnchntiKiil , Miijr corn Vic hltd'cr and Mny until % c up , I'rorUloiiH closed n Hlinilc lu IOC lower. CiiMlng prices : Whi'Bt-Mujr , 7Hc ; July , 78Wc. Corn-Mitjr. lUKe ; July , ( II Vic. OntB-Mny , Kej July , SX)4c. ( ) 1'ork-Mny , IIG.07V4 ! July , lin I , rd-Muy , $1MO ; July , $9.r.2W. C'hlcnRo CiiMli I'rleri-No. 2 r < nl wheat , aiWUHI o ; No. 3 rod wheat , 7UGtH2ic ; No. 'I uprlnc whrat , 706OT5U" : No , U Inird wlinut , IWiWTKc' No. H hunl whcttt , 7 y 77y c ; No. 3 e nh corn , r > 8y , < aK 8Wi ! ; No. 3 yellow corn , ( MKttMHlc ; No. Z cunh ontx , 4'HVitfHr ; No. 2 white outfl , ISftlfiUc ; No. a while ouln , Chicago Live Stock. Koli. a-Cttttlo ) n 'colptn , l,000 , Ineluillni ; 'too Trionn ; octlvn anil KtroiiR ; Kood to prltiin NtrtTM , $ ( l.fpOW7.00 ; poor to medium , J4.CHKi l.O ( ) ; HtockcrM and fooderH , $ l.r X/if > , lX ) ; C WM , $ l.'J.VilA. > ; hi : I fern , ? 2.W ) ftrt.W ; cnnnurii , $ l.tr ! > ( i 2.K ; ) | biiltH , J'J.r.WJ 4.1)0 ) ; rnlvPH , $2.riO < 57.Xj TCIUH fed ntucrN , fl.riOi7iO.75. HoKH-llccclptH , today , .tU.OOO ; tomorrow , 2MKX ) ! left over , fi.OOO ; uctlvn and ntroiiK ut curly yrHterdny'H prlccn ; mixed nnd ImtcherH , Ki.WVuO.no ; goon to choice heavy , $ U.WW ! .40 ; roiiRli heavy , $ r > .IKXCiUn ( ; ItKht , $ C.7r/itU.OO ; hulk of niilc.i , J5.l)0 ) < i ( < ) . ) . Blieop-Hccclpls , I'J.OOO ; Hhccp Rtcudy ; lumlm lOfttl&o lower ; Rood to cholcn wetherx , $4.7r/C.'i ; fulr to choice uitxcil , $ . * I.R.Vil-l.Ki ( woHtern Hheep and ycurlliiRt , J4.Wr ( 1.00 ; niitlvp Inmhs , ji.75afl.r.0j : ( west ern IttinbH , $ r .I ( fifl. 0. Kansas City Live Stock. KanflUH City , Keh. 'JO.-Ciittlo-HccclptH , 2.ROO , ull klllltit ; cattln lOc higher ; choice beef stoorH , $ II,0KU ( < ) .M ; fair to good , $ n.OO ( il.OO ) ; Htockern and fooderH , ji.r.CKi-l. ; ( 0 ; wcntcrn fed Htccrn , ( C.iT/iiU.OO ! ; native cowi , 1 004M.75 ; helfari ) , | 3.75il5.riO ( ; cannem , ilOOrtCI.OO ; hull * , | 3.25ruM.r > 0 ; cnlveH , $4.r > 0 df7.X ( ) . lIoKH-ltecelptn , 8,500 ; active , arm ; top , JHI.10 , hulk of dulcs , * .r..70tiO. > - > 0 ; hcuvy , $ ( ) , 'JOCn < ) . : W ; mixed puckrrH , fR.STxUO.'A ) ; Hunt. $ ri.3. > < ai.00 ) ; plRH , $4.TiiW.30. ( ( Sheep ItocelptH , l.-lX ( ) ; Hteiuly ; native lambx , | a.40 iUir ( > ; WOHITIlumlm | , JO.mMXO.tW ; na tive wetlii'i'i , $ .r > .0Xfir ( ( > ,7r > ; woHteru wethers , $ n. < MXin.li ! ! ) ; yviirlliiKH , ( . ' .HVitn R ; ewes , $ I.GYc.ir > .rrO ; culh mid feeders , $ ' - ' . South Omaha Live Stock. Bouth Omaha , Kelt.CattloltocclptH < ) , : i'lK ) ; active , Hlronger , native Hteerfl , $4.00 Gf" " ( ) ; COWH und heifers. $ : i. < XXif > . < X ) ; wt-Ht- c. Hteorn , $ : t.Miri.0 ( : ! ; TCXUH utecrn , ? 't..riO CMJfi ; caiincrM , $ lri04f-.75 ; HtockerH and feeders , f . ' l-l.tX ) ; cnlven , JH.nOii/T.OO ; Jiiilln , ( itnKH , etc..7ri ! < UM.7fi. Ilo H-Ho- crlplH , 1),7X ) ( ) ; stroiiK to He holier ; heavy , $ r > .tl.Vntlir ( ; mixed , $5.W < Iiri.O.5 : IlKht , $ . ' ( .r ( ii G.l > 3 ; plRH. JJ.OOfftO.M ) ; hulk of saleo , $5.SOQ O.K ( ) . Sheep KecelptH , 4,100 ; active , steady , fed miittoiiN , $ .ri.XC(7fi.lK ( ) ; western , $4.0 ® 5.00 ; ewcH , $ I.OXfM.70 ; common and stock- era , ? : i. < XX34.7G ; lumba , J5.505iti.50. St. Joseph Live Stock. Kt. Joseph , Feb. -Cattlc-ltccclpts , 1- 000 ; HtroiiR to 15c hlt'lipr ; natives , $4.00 ® 0.85 ; COWH and belfurs , JL'.OORfi.W ) ; veals , $ 'l.7r > ftU.8T ) ; Rtockers and feeders , $2.GO@ 4.74. HoKN-UccelptH , 8.000 ; steady ; llfint nnd IlKlit mixed , $5.tXKm.0. ! > ; medium und heavy , I'"nlicrleN * Clilltlroii In Japan. Japan has only one orphanage , yet In no other html arc fatherless children better cnrctl for. Every family cures for the sick , destitute or orphans near est to It. There Is a superstition that n childless house Is accursed , nnd people ple who arc not blessed with children of their own never rest till they have adopted some waif. OrnilKCN. Oranges nre a most valuable fruit. Orange Juice allays thirst nnd with few exceptions Is well borne by the weakest stomach. It Is ulso n laxative , nnd If taken nt night or before break- fnst It will be found most beneficial. Lades' Home Journal. If He Win * . "That eastern cashier speculated. " "And of course was unsuccessful. " "Why do you jump to that conclu sion ? " "Because they don't call It specula tion when the cashier wins. " Cleve land. Plain Dealer. Notice of Sheriffs Sale. By virtue of an order of sale issued and directed to mo by the clerk of the district court of Madison county , Ne braska , upon a decree of foreclosure ren dered by the district conrt of Madison connty , Nebraska , on the 19th day of November , 1900 , in favor of Ferdinand Pasewnlk for the sum of f 130.60 with interest thereon from November 19,1900 , at 10 per cent , per annum together with 11.08. costs of suit , and accrnincr costs. in an action , wherein Ferdinand Paso- walk is plaintiff , and Fred Sahwlmoister and Ida Schwlmoistor are defendants , I will offer the promises described in said decree and taken as the property of said defendants , towlt : Lot four (4) ( ) , in block three ( U ) , of Paeowalk's third addition to the city of Norfolk in Madi son county , Nebraska , for Bale at pnblio auction to the highest bidder for cash in hand on the 1st day of April , 1002 , nt the hoar of 1 o'clock p. in. , nt the east front door of the conrt house at Madison in Bald connty nnd state , that being the building wherein the last term of said court was hold , when and where dne at tendance will bo given by the under- aignod. Dated this 21st day of February , 1903. J. J. CLEMENTS , Sheriff of said county. ( She Recommends Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a number of years nnd have no hesitancy in saying that it is the best remedy for conghs , colds and croup I have ever used in my family. I haye not words to express my confidence in this remedy. Mrs. J. A. Moore , North Star , Mich. For sale by Kioaau Drug Oo. Something That Will Do You Good. We know of no way in which we can be of more service to oar readers than to tell them of something that will be of real good to them. For this reason wo want to acquaint them with what we consider ono of the very best remedies on the market for coughs , colds , and that alarming complaint , croup. We refer to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. We have used it with snob good results in our family so long that it has become a household necessity. By its prompt nso we haven't any donbt but that it has time and again prevented croup. The testimony is given upon our own experience , and wo suggest that onr readers , especially those who have small children , always keep It In their homes nfl n nafogunrd against croup , Oanulon ( S. 0 , ) Mosflongcr. For sale by Kiosan Drug Oo. Does it Pay to Buy Cheap ? A ohonp remedy for coughs and colds is all right , but you want something that will relieve and euro the nioro severe - vero and dangerous rosnlts of throat nnd lung troubles. What shall yon do ? Qo to a warmer nnd more regular ell * mate ? Yes , if possible ; If not possible for yon , then In either case take the only remedy that has boon introduced in all civilized countries with success In BOYoro throat and Inug troubles , "Boa- oboe's Gorman Syrup. " It not only heals and stimulates the tissues to do- Htroy the germ disease , but allays in flammation , oanses easy expectoration , gives a good night's rest , and cures the patlont. Try ono bottle. Rocoui- niciidod'many years by all druggists in the world. Got Qroou's Prize almanac. A. II. Klosan. Mothers can safely give Foloy's Honey and Tar to their children for coughs and colds , for it contains no opiates or other poiHons. A. II. Kiosau. Saved Her Child's Life. "In throe weeks our chubby little boy was changed by pneumonia almost to a skeleton , " writes Mrs. W. Wntkius of Pleasant City , 0. "A terrible cough sot in , that , in spite of a good doctor's treatment for several weeks , grew worse every day. Wo then used Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption aud our darling was soon sound and well. Wo are sure this grand medicine saved his life. " Millions know it's the only sure euro for coughs , colds and all luug diseases. A. H. Kiosau guaran tees satisfaction. 50o , $1.00 Trial bottle free. 'Millions ' Put To Work. The wondorfnl activity of the new century is shown by an onomoas do- maud for the world's host workers Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills. For con stipation , Biok headache , biliousness , or any trouble of stomach , liver or kid neys they're unrivalled. Ouly.35o. at A. H. Kiosau's drug store. Experience Convinces. Prove its vnluo by investing 10 cents In trial fllzo of Ely's Crcnm Unltn. Druggista supply It nnd wo mail it. Full size GO cents. ELY BROS. , 50 Wurren St. , Now York. Clifton , Arizona , Jan. 20,1809. Mossrfl. ELY linos. : I'lcnaoBond monGO cent bottle of Cream liulin. I find your remedy the quickest and inoBt permanent euro for cntnrrh and cold in the bend. DKLI < M. I'oTTEn , Goii.Mgr. Ariz.GoldM.Co. Messrs. EI.T Buos. : Ihnvo beonnfllictcd with catarrh for twenty years. It inndo mo so weak I thought I hnd consumption. I got ono bottle of Ely's Crcnm Ilium ana m three days the discharge stopped. It is the best medicine I have uaod for cntnrrh. Proborto , Cnl. FBANK E. KIUDI/ESPIHE. Saved Him From Torture. Thoro'is no more agonizing trouble than piles. The constant itching and burning make lifo intolerable. No po sition is comfortable. The tortnro is unceasing. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures piles at once. For skin dis eases , cuts , burns , braises , all kinds of wounds it is unequalled. J. S. Gerall , St. Paul , Ark. , says : "From 1805 I suffered with the protruding , bleeding piles and could find nothing to help me until I used DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo. A few boxes completely cured mo. " Beware of oonnterfoits. The Kiesau Drag Oo. The average ago of men nnd women has boon increased ! ii ! per cent daring the last docade. People have been tak ing Rocky Mountain Tea. A life pre server. Geo. B. Ohristoph. Clerk's Wise Suggestion. "I have lately been much troubled with dyspepsia , belching and sour stom- aoh , " writes M. S. Mead , leading phar macist of Attleboro , Mass. "I could hardly eat anything without suffering several hours. My clerk suggested I try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which I did with moat happy results. I have had no more trouble and when one can go to eating mince pie , cheese , candy and nuts after such a time , their digestion must bj pretty good. I endorse Kodol Dyspepsia Care heartily. " Yon don't have to diet. Eat all the good food you want but don't overload the stomach. Kodol Dyspep sia Cure digests your food. The Kiosau Drug Co. The moat reliable preparation for kid ney troubles on the market is Foley's Kidney Cure. A. H. Kiesan. The Last Heard of It. "My little boy took the croup one night and BOOU grow so bad you conld hear him breathe all over the house , " says F. D. Reynolds , Mansfield , O. "Wo feared ho would die , but a few doses of Ono Minute Oough Cure quickly relieved him and he went to sleep. That's the last wo hoard of the croup. Now isn't a cough cure like that valu able ? " Ouo Minute Cough Onre is ab solutely safe and acts immediately. For conghs , colds , croup , grip , bron chitis and all other throat and Inng troubles itis , a certain cure , very pleas ant to take. The little ones like It. The Kiesau Drug Oo. For Stomach Troubles. "I have taken a great many different medicines for stomach trouble and con stipation , " says Mrs. S. Gelger of Dnn- keiton , Iowa , "bat never had as good results from any as from Chamberlain's Stomach & Liver Tablets. " For sale by Kiesau Drug Company. Kidney complaint kills more people than any other disease. This Is duo to the disease being so insidious that It gets a good hold on the system before it Is recognized. Foley's Kidney Onre will prevent the development of fatal disease if taken in tlmo. A. H. Kiesan. A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away Mr. W. W. Baker , of Plalnview.Neb. , writes : "My wife had Inng trouble over fifteen years. We tried a number of doctors and spent over a thousand dollars lars without any relief. She was very low and I lost all hope , when n friend suggested trying Foley's Honey and Tar which I did ; and thanks be to this great remedy it saved her life. She is stronger aud enjoys better health than she has over known in ten years. We shall never bo without Foloy's Honey and Tar and wonld ask those afflicted to try it. " A. H. Kie&au. It adds pleasure to the lifo beautiful. Doubles up one's allowance of bliss. That's what Rocky Mountain Tea does. SSots. Geo. B. Ohristoph. Oucklin's Arnica Salve , The bout nnd most famous compound In the world to conquer aches and kill pains , Ouroa outs , heals bruises , and burns , subdues inflammation , masters piles , o Millions of boxes sold yearly. Works wonders in bolls , ulcers , felons , Bkla eruptions. It cares or no pay , 25o. at A. H. Kiosaa's drug store. Question Answered. Yea , August Flower still has the larg est sale of any modioiuo in the civilized world. Your mothers nnd grandmothora never thought of using anything else for indigestion or biliousness. Doctors wore scarce , nnd they seldom hoard of appen dicitis , nervous prostration or heart fail ure , oto. They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermenta tion of undigested food , regulate the action of the livorstlmnlato the nervous and organlo action of the system , nnd that is nil they took when fooling dull and bad with headaches nnd other aches. Yon only need a few doaos of Green's August Flower , iu liquid form , to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with yon. Got Groou's Prize almanac. A. H. A sound mind lu a sonnd body is the greatest blessing humanity can bo endowed dewed with. It Insures success in lifo. Take Rooky Mountain Ton , the advance agent of success. When yon'laok energy , do not relish your food , fool dull nnd stupid , after eating , all you need is a dose of Oham- borlaiu's Stomach & Liver Tablets. They will make you feel Hko a newman man and give you an appetite like a bear. For sale by Kiooan Drug Oo. Winter conghs ore apt to result in consumption if neglected. They can bo soon brokeu up bv using Foloy's Honey and Tor. A. H. Kiosan. Favorite Nearly Everywhere. _ Constipation moans dullness , depres sion , headache , generally disordered health. DeWitt's Little Early Risers stimulate the liver , open the bowels and relieve this condition. Safe , speedily and thorough. They never gripe. Fa vorite pills. The Ktesau Drug Co. Constipation , bowel irregularity , headache , torpid liver , bad kidneys , rheumatism , disorders incident to / sedentary dentary life positively cured by Rocky Mountain Tea , the greatest American remedy. _ A Night Alarm. Worse than an alarm of fire at night is the brassy congh of croup , which sounds Hko the children's death knell and it moans death unless something is done quickly. Foloy's Honey and Tar never fails to civo instant relief and quickly cures the worst forms of oroup. Mrs. P. L. Oordier , of Mannington.Ky. , writes : "My threo-year-oldhad a severe case of croup ; the doctor said she conld not live. I got a bottle Foley's Honey acd Tar , the first dose gave qnick relief and saved her life. " Refuse substitutes. A. H. Kiesau. Foloy's Honey and Tar is best for croup aud whooping cough , contains no opiates , and cures quickly. Oarefnl mothers keep it in the house. A. H. Kiesau. A Legacy of the Grip Is of ton a run-down system. Weak ness , nervousness , lack of appetite , ener gy aud ambition , with disordered liver aud kidneys often follow an attack of this wretched disease. The greatest need then is Electric Bitters , the splen did tonic , blood purifier and regulator of stomach , liver nnd kidneys. Thou sands have proved that they wonder fully strengthen the nerves , build up the system , and restore to health and good spirits after an attack of grip. If suf fering , try them. Only 50o. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by A. H. Kiesau. Foley's Honey nnd Tar cures the cough caused by attack of la grippe. It heals the lungs. A. H. Kiesau. Mr. Wheeler Got Rid of His Rheuma tism. * "During the winter of 18981 was so lame in my joints , in faot all over my body , that I conld hardly hobble around , when I bought a bottle of Chamber lain's Pain Balm. From the first ap plication I began to get well , and was cured and have worked steadily all the year. R. Wheeler , Northwood , N. Y. For sale by Kiesau Drug Oo. Rheumatism Rheumatic pains ore the cries of protest and distress from tortured muscles , aching joints and excited nerves. The blood has been poisoned by the accumulation of waste matter in the system , and can no longer supply the pure and health sustain ing food they require. The whole system feels the effect of this acid poison ; and not until the blood has been purified and brought back to a healthy condition will the aches and pains cease. Mrs. James Kelt , of 707 Ninth street. N. It. Washington , DC. , writes as follows : "A few months ago I had an attack of Sciatic Rheuma tism in Its worst form. The pain was so intense that I became completely pros- trated. The attack was an unusually severe one , and my condition was regard ed as being very danger ous. I was attended by one of the most able doc tors in Washington , who is also a member of the fac ulty of a leading medical college here. lie told mete to continue bis prescriptions - . tions and I would get well. After having It Cited twelve times without receiving1 the slightest beneGt , I declined to continue his treatment any lancer. Having heard of 3. S. S.Swift's ( Specific ) recommended for Rheumatism , I decided , almost In despair however , to give the medicine a trial , end after I bad taken a few bottles I was able to bobble around on crutches , and very soon there after bad no u for them at oil , 8. S. 3. having cured me iound and well. All the distressing pains have left me , my appetite has returned , and I am happy to be again restored to perfect health. the great vegetable purifier nnd tonic , is the ideal remedy in all rheumatic troubles. ss There arc no opiates or minerals in it to disturb the digestion and lead to ruinous habits. We have prepared a special book on Rheumatism which every sufferer from this painful disease should read. It is the most complete and interesting book of the kind in existence. It will be sent free our pbyai- ourcase. Wo . . advice. THE SWIFT fcPEClflO CO * ATLANTA , QA. Heart Pains arc Nature's warning notes of approaching danger from a dis eased heart. If you would avoid debilitating diseases , or even sudden death from xthis hidden trouble pay heed to the early warnings. Strengthen the heart's muscles , quiet its nerv ous irritation and regulate its action with that greatest of all heart remedies , Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. "Darting pains through my heart , left side and arm would bo followed by smothering , heart spasms nnd fainting. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure has entirely relieved mo of those troubles. " JOHN VANDENntmoir , 856 Kewaunee St. , Milwaukee , Wla , Dt. Miles' Heat Cte controls the heart action , accel erates the circulation and builds up the entire system. Sold by druggists on a guarantee. Dr. Miles Medical Co. , Elkhart , Ind. + RED CROSS * ILLS \L \ ARC REDCROSV * imtxccuttr , PILL * StMOVAt roflrxi + ADDRESS -f VCGITABIX I I NPlAIN PACKAGES DC LQNS STANDI AFTER crrccrti AND TMC THtVHAVC TMt oru V fTHAlEIRRCCUlARITICS.1 OPEVERV PHYSKMM WHIUABWITH THt DC CINCHONA OS OES AIO'T ! For Sole by George B. Ohr * , ph DON'T BE FqoLEor Take the genuine , original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madison McdN cine Co. , Madison , WIs. It keeps you well. Our trade mark cut on each package. Price , 35 cent * . Never sold In bulk. Accept no iubstl ice pen T DiMi tute. Ask your druzsrlst. HEADACHE At all tfnig stores. 25 Doata 25 * . KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all dis eases. Cm CVJQ KIDNEY CURE III I ULb I 0 Guaranteed Remedy or money refunded. Contains remedies recognized by emi nent physicians as the best for Kidney and Bladder troubles. PRICE SOc. and $1.00. t OLD BY F. W. KIESAUr Ids ASK CATARRH Druggist for 10 CENT TRIAL SIZE. Ely's Cream Balm Gives RelUI at once. It cleanses , soothes and heals the diseased mem brane. It cures Catarrh L.V- ' * ! and drives away a Cold U A V P F V r K In the Ilcad quickly. It Bl l rUWfc.01 la absorbed. Heals and the Protects Membrane. B Muowtisvu Al aiD MUU i iUkVl > M fcitu AUCUlUrBUtJ . Iteetores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Full Bias 60C.J Trial Klze inc. ; at Druggists or by mall. ELY imOTIIKUS , 66 Warreo Street , Now York. Riotofrmpbd Oromllte. REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY Made a Well Man i. of Me. produce * the above remits In 30 dan. powerfully and quickly. Cures wben all others Call. xoong men will ngaln tbelr lost manbood.aodokl men Trill recover their youthful vigor by tulnf BEVIVO. It Quickly and Burelyreitorea Hmona. new. Lost Vitality , Impotency , Nightly Emlaalom Loet Power , Falling Memory. Wautlnff Disease * , and all effecta ot aelf-abuao or eiceeaand Indiscretion , which unfits ona for study , business or marriage. II not only cures by starting at tbo Beat ot disease , but la a great nerve tonic and blood bnllder , bring ing back the pink clew to palo cheeks and re storing the flro of youth. It wards off Insanity and Consumption. Insist on having KEVIVO.na other. It can be carried In vest pocket. By mail , 81.00 perpackage , or alt lot 80.OO , with posi tive -written guarantee to core or retond the money , nook and advise free. Address BOYAl MEDICINE CO. , ' For sale In Norfolk , Nebraska , by Geo. B. Ohristoph , druggist.