Newspaper Page Text
ill ] JNMKKOl/K NliJWS : FRIDAY" , AVW'SL 7 , IflOfl.
State Officials go East to Seek a Model for Norfolk. THEY WILL BE ADGENT A WEEK. Will Flrnt Visit One of the Most Sue- ccssful Insane Hospitals In the Country at Lognnspoit , Intl. Hope to Begin Work This Fall. TlinnMliiy'H Pnlly 1 At lust Micro In Niiini'tliliiK liupiionliiK Inwaril tlin of I lie litwpltttl for tlu > IIIMUIIO ul Uil' < plnt'o. n Hlmwn In tlio Hiihjnlnoil n > port of tin' Lincoln corrcHponiliMit ol tlio Oinitliu Hoc , In UIH | inornliiKV odll Ion , Honl In nnilor yoHlonliiy's tittle HUP. OIIU'liilH liavo lol'l for I In' OUKI to inako a wluily of tlio cotliiKo H.VH toin and export to inlnrn In a wuok \vhon tlio arolillort will propaio pliitiH , and It IH Itiliiiiatoil that Ilio work ol COIIH ! ruction may coinnionco Ililn Tall "Allornoy Uonoral I'roul. Hluli- ArohltorV Tyler and Hiiporliitomlonl KouriiH ol' this lluntlnnn Iniuini' IINJ linn loft tonight Tor u lour of HIM oral oiih'iorn HtittoH ( o H'OUII ' Inronna ( Ion aH to Ilio 'Vnlliw" plan ol railni ; for tlio IIIHIUIP Tlio Idciu inliHMl on thin tour \\lll ho IIHUI ! In tlio rocoiiHlrnrllon of tlio Norfolk any linn. Tlio ( rip will probably laid a wook. Toledo will ho 'iho llrnl cllj vlHltoil and then a HOI | | will ho made at LonaiiMporl , Ind. . and pomdhly at KankaKco , 111. Attorney ( iononil 1'rout IH a momlior of tlio hoard ol public lands and building , will have tlio work of r tlio Norfolk Institution In and ho KOOM as the olllclnl roproHonl atlvo of that hody , whllo Iho wlato urcliltoct will Bocitro planii for tin- work In the Htii'iu. The nioinhors of Ilio hoard arc Ki'ciitly In favor of the proposed ] ilan The LoKiinsporl Inslllntion lit said to ho 0110 of tlio lies ! In Ilio worlil. II WIIH cons'truetotl hy an o\pi < rt who inado u tour of all Ilio Important In BtltutlotiH of tin1 Kuropcan countries and It IK supposed to embody ( be latest Ideas In carlnn for Mio Insane The cuutral Idea of the schenio Is to keep the iiatlents In several detached hnlldliiKS instead of the lane ; prison llko HtrnctnrcH which have heon used lu the pus' ; . Tlio siinoiidliiKM arc said to ho nioro conducho to u cure of domontla and Iho patients uro HOII orally inoro cluwful hccanno of the homo-llko aspect of things. The only object Ion urnotl Is a slightly In creased cost of inaln'uMiaiieM. ' although the prlco per bed Is much lower than under the old system. The dopartiuo of the Varl > for the east will bo iood ; IIOWH for the people of Norfolk' , who huvo been clamoring over slnco the adjonrninent of lie h'glHlntiiro for a lHvlnniuK ; of the work of reoonstrnetlon. The appro prlatlon Is $100.000. This , It Is o.\ pected by the members of the hoard , will ho enough to remodel the old building , which escaped vho lire , Into n modern administration building and also to provide for the erection of u few detached buildings forwards The hoard of public lands and build ings will try to have the plans com pleted so that the work can b com inencod vlils fall , although the arch itect has a large amount of work ahead In repairing buildings at var ions institutions. " WANTS ANOTHER TRY , Frank Dwyer is of the Opinion That he Is a Better Wrestler Than His Late Opponent. IKrotn Tlutibdixy's Dally. ] ' Frank Uwyor , chumpUm wrestler of thu DaUotas , was not sutlulled with thu oiitcoino of his bout with Sou- ncuscholn , the local wrestler , at Ar mory hall .Tuesday night , and v/uuYs another try to rodooni himself , lie thinks that while the referee as honest enough In his intention * he had one fall chalked against him that he did no'c tloseno , and as a re- milt of this hellef has made another challenge , which follows : Norfolk , Aug. C. To The News : Will you kindly allow me space In the columns of your valuahlo paper to state that the outcome of my wrestling ma\ch with Mr. H. T. Son- nonscheln at the Armory last Tues day Is not ut all satisfactory to mo. 1 would llko a return match ami make the following proposition : 1 will wrestle Mr. Sonnensoheln again , two out of three falls , catch- as-catch-cau style , for $100 ti side and the total receipts , or 1 will wres tle him for a guaranteed pursu of $100. 1 will guarantee this purse my self , and hi the event the receipts will not amount to $100 1 will add the required amount out of my o\\n pocket. This will Klvo him a guar antee by which ho has nothing to lose , whllo 1 am taking chances of losing the amount 1 have to mid and the receipts. I would llko to hear from him or his friends aV once. Respectfully , Frank Dwycr. NEW TELEGRAPH LINE. Making Connections From New York to Philippines. The Postal Telegraph company has at last entered into a contract with the Union Pacific railway company for the construction of its proposed now line from Omaha to San Fran Cisco along 'iho right-of-way of the railway company It began the work of eroolliiK liolt'H out * inljn weal of ColumliuH , thla Tiliwiluy"innniliiK Thorn mo live men In-tho KIUIK No Kollnlliiim for Iho 1110 of Iho I'nlifii ' I'at'ltlc'H right-of-way have boon pond- liiK f' ' " ' xovnral inoiillm , and It looked at one ( line an If Ihoy might not bo concluded ; hn'i tlio conlnii'l wax fin ally Hlgued nnd active proparntltiiiH were at oiit'o made to boRln opera tloiiB and piiHh the work fnrnmplMInn with Ilio iilinoMllnor. . Under the torniH of the contract II IIIIM Jim' . ' en tered Into with the Union I'aolllr. the I'OMlal will build a line from Omaha to Hun Fraiiclm'o parallel with ( bat of the \Vonlorii Union. When the work of ooiin'1 ruction IH completed , Ilio I'oHtal will have direct tliioimli York to the I'hll < or\co | from New ipplnoM. the now line cnnnocllng allan -lan FranolHco with tlio now I'aclllc cublo ColumlniH .loiinial. MAY ORGANIZE ATHLETIC CLUB , Entluiolaom Is High nnd n Oyinna- Blum , With Apparatus and Showers , May Result. TlmrHiliiy'M Dally ] Coii'ddorahlo Interest has been ironsed among a number of young non In Norfolk In athletics. A move- nont JIIH ! now Is on foot to organl/.o i elnb for the purpose of syslo natlc 'raining ' , with a gymnasium Including parallel bars , rings , lopes , horse , nals and the llko. where members "oiild go during the winter evenings for wholesome oxerclso and pastime. I'ho Idea Is , It IH said , to have a diower bath In connection and all ipparatns strictly modern and llrsl class. BOY DROWNED IN THE BLUE. Georfjo Haitian , .of Sutton , Was Diowned In the River Today , While Swimming. Sutton. Neb. , Aug. fi.- Sped il to I'lio Nc\\s : lioorgo llalllan , while swimming In Iho Illno river , was Irowned ( his morning. The Htream \van o\ceplionally high on acconnl of almi. MIMIC WAR OF FLEETS. Naval Contest Begins Off the Coast of Maine. Portland , Mo. , Aug. ti. That p-irtlnn of the Now Kngland < 'oant Iroia the Ilrltlsh boundary to Capo An i has been theoretically threatened hy a hostile ( lent for u period ot twenty- four hourH , but HO far as knoAii the enemy had not taken advantape of the northeast storm and thick went tier to Blip pant the defending licet and es tablish himself In any harbor. The attacking lluol baa been at tu a for about three days and will have until Saturday to win the game planned by the naval oxportB In Washington , by occupying any of the harbora hi this portion of the const for a per'od ' of flvo hours without being discovered. The defending licet , under the com mand of Hear Admiral Marker , stilled from liar Harbor at fi a. in. and by night the various ships of the squad ron were well distributed along the coast nnd the work of patrol had begun. Many of the shins are oqiilpprd with a wireless system of telegraphy , BO that a majority of them can bo concentrated at any point with in a short time. Several vessels of this fleet weio sighted during 1'ie day at various points along tlio coaU. REVOLUTION 10 PROCLAIMED. Turkey Sends Mora Tioops to Mace donia -Menace to Bulgnrir. Sofia , lliflgarla , AUK. D. The Mace donian committee announced that a revolution was proclaimed at the vilayet of Monastlr lu confonnance with the decision of the central revo lutionary committee and forces In the districts of Monastlr , Koszon , Debro , Kctchoro , Poretchka , Kronchero , Per- lone , Serin.Knylarl mad Demlihlssar simultaneously commenced hostilities. All telegraphic communication has been cut In the districts mentioned. The announcement has not been con firmed owing o the lack of communi cation. Constantinople , Aug. C. The porto has abandoned all Idea of withdrawing troops from Macedonia and Is now making vigorous preparations to draft troops for the disturbed district. A circular note has been sent out , warn ing the powers of the intention of the government. The note states that the situation Is very serious , and although it does not mention Bulgaria , the docu ment Is regarded as n menace to the Bulgarian government. PANHANDLE LIMITED DERAILED. Fireman Is Scalded to Death and En * glneer Fatally Injured , Wheeling , W. Va. , Aug. 0. The lim ited Panhandle train from the west , moving toward Plttsburg at the r.ito of sixty miles an hour , was derailed between Jowett , O. , and Sdo , O. Kirc- man J. W. Smith of Denison , O.as scalded to death under the engine and Engineer John 1) . Hoffman of Alle gheny was probably fatally scalded. James B. Cablcrwood of Denver , a pas senger in the smoker , had his left arm broken and was badly bruised and con tused about the body. Walter Corbett of Unite , Mont. , a passenger In the smoker , sustained facial and scalp lacerations and body bruises. Sev eral other passengers received lesser injuries. Shaw to Attend Mining Congress. Dcadwood , S. D , , Aug. C. Secretary Shaw , it is announced here , has ac cepted the invitation of the Black Hills Mining Men's association to at tend the session of the Americat Min ing congress at Ucadwood uud Lead , EepU 10 to 12. Pius X Receives Pilgrims from United States. FIRST VISITORS TO BE ADMITTED. This Signal Honor In Brought About by Cardinal Gibbons Coronation of New Pontiff Is Fixed for Sunday Next Orcglla Kcepa Place. Home , Aug. n. The splilt of "tho king IH dead , long I've ' the lilng , " which hint been lepeated thiongh all the long agtHUIH the dominant note at Iho vallcau ntming HIOBO gathered thoio , not to ackuowledgu an earthly Koverelgn , hut to accept Pope Pints X 11 H their spiritual 1.1 mi. Not only hul America enjoyed the honor of Unit an nouncing through the Associated Pronn. the accoHjdoii of the present pontiff to the chair of SI. Peter's , but AmorlcmiH enjoyed the far gientor privilege nnd honor of being the tlrnt among HIOHO of many other countries who were to follow to convoy to his hollnofm Iho homage of the natlona. The American pilgrimage , conducted hy John J. Mc(5rane of New York , and Father Lynch of NMagara university of Buffalo , which left the United Slates for Us pious jotiinoy to Homo to receive the blessing of Leo XIII , ar rived whllo the conclave was silling. Cardinal Gibbons had been asked lo try to arrange for the reception of the Americans nnd had promised to do his beat , al tlin name lime explaining bow unprecedented It would bo for n , pope the day after his election to rev celvo a foreign pllgrlnmun when there were scores of high dignitaries who had not yet heon admitted , Including even tlin diplomatic body. Neverthe less ho used hla Inlluonco with the happiest result and secured the con- Rent of the pope to receive his fellow- countrymen. At the hron/o doors of the va I lean , they were met by Mgr. Kennedy , rector of the American col lege. They trooped up the sta'rway and through the corridors , be-idlng their heads to pass through the openIngs - Ings In the walls which had boon erected for the conclave. At the unique flail of Inscriptions a halt was called. After a considerable wait two Swiss guards entered from a corridor. Deforo the pilgrims could quite realize it the pope stood among them , llo walked slowly , but with the firmness of a young man , down the long luieol- ing line , accompanied by Cardinal Gibbons bens and Mgr. Kennedy , and gave to each of Iho pilgrims as ho passed his hand to bo kissed. Ho spolto a few words to almost every one. The now popr > has continued Car 'illnal Oreglla as camorllngo. Plus X has decided that his corona tlon shall occur Sunday nc t. Premier 7anardolll has sent out n circular ordering all government offl clals to abstain from participation In the festivities over the election of the new pope , as Plus X has not notllled the government of his election. CATHOLIC SOCIETIES ADJOURN Next Meeting Will Be Held in St Louis Mlnaltnn Elected President. Atlantic City. N. .1. . Aug. G. Severa Important resolutions wore adoptee , ' by the American Federation of Cath ollc societies at the closing session The first resolution condemned font rlofn and mob law as unworthy of civ lll/ed people. Lynching Is rcgardec us murder and the burning and for two of people , even when clearlj guilty. Is barbarous and a menace to the peace and security of all good citi zens. All Catholics were enjoined to evert an Influence to spread In the community sound opinions against such savagery. The next meeting will be held In St. Txiuls. The otllcors elected were : President , Thomas B. Mlnahan of Columbus. O. ; first vice president , ' .T. B. JolUors of Newark , N. J. ; second vice provident , F. J. Klerce of San Francisco ; secre tary. Anthony Matlre of Cincinnati ; treasurer , Henry J. Fries of l-3rle. Pa ; marshal , II. Merwlck of Kansas City. Total Abotlaners Meet. Plttsburg. Aug. fi. At the opening posslon of the national convention of the Catholic Total Abstinence associa tion a telegram offering congratula tions to Plus X and a committee was appointed to draft a letter giving the history of the work of the union , to bo sent to him with a request that he send his blessing. The credentials committee reported that 732 delegates were present who were entitled to ' vote. i Seven Hundred Are Drowned. | Berlin. Aug. C. A dispatch re- , reived here says 700 persons were drowned In the disastrous floods which ' occurred at Oho Fee , China. The I brldres within the city and many hoiiPCB , with tholr occupants , were Bwept away in the ( orient. Two thon- earn ! of the Inhabitants are left with out means of subsistence. Italians Killed In V/reck. Now Hampton , la. . Aug. G. Six or seven Italian workmen were killed at Devon , live miles north of here , In a wreck on the Clieat Western road. A freight train broke In two and ran backward Into a grave ] train. Three bodies have been recovered , and it Is uncertain how many are in the debris. Confectionery Jobbers In Session. Cleveland. Aug. G. Confectionery Jobbers from all parts of tbo country met in convention here. The most im portant irnttt-re to be taken up Is the securing of uniform weights and meas ures and a natiuu.il pure food law. ROCK ISLAND AVOIDS fJTr.iKE. Acjreca to Increase Wages Paid to Trainmen cn.l Conductor ! . Chicago , AUK. 0.Hy the terms of a BCUI < nn-iit reached the Rock IB' ind ngriM H to raise thu waru'n paid t , . tin- nen and conductor * ! and i ovine in'en. By the Iprmg of Iho Holt lenient , vagcH will bo Incrotist'd urd th < 5 woik- tig nil H revised. A < cordl'iK to thu igroeMi"iil. which takc'8 effect Aug. 1 , viSHiuv'i * fdndudorn will receive 11 ! iur c i nt nioro than UIH Hcalo of Jan. . , liiuL' , which wan $126. and freight comliK IOI-H will get n 15 per cent In- croxso over the acnlo of II ceiiU a rnllo. The Increase of fielght trainmen IR 15 ) ci' cent over the former ncalo of a cents a mile and ptiHHoiiKor brukotion will get nn Increase of 12 per cent over the cdd scale , which varied In different parts of the country. FAILS TO REACH DYING DAUGHTER Marlrn Lowe , Whoae Father Paid $ 1,000 to Sec Her , Died In Lor Angeles This Morning. Los Augolos , Aug. -Special ( to I'ho NOWH : Marlon Lowe , whom- wi'iillhy fulhor IH ninliliiK across Iho country on n $1,000 apodal train from Now York nnd v/l'o ' ' , linked to ro.ich the hodnldo of hi , dying claugb- , or before she pusued nwny , djetl hero this moniliiB. Alt' . Lowo.wlll arrive I'YIday night. Clil'ao , Aug. fi. To teach the sick bed of his young daughter , reported dying In l.os Aiigelos , tjtil. , Henry 10. Lowe of New Yoik , chief engineer of the United Statca Steel corporation , Is rushing acrosii the western prairies on a $ Minn apodal train that prom ises to beat all transcontinental speed rocoids. Mr. Ijnvo loft New York Tuesday afternoon tit 2 : P.5 and Is duo In Los Angeles nt 11 o'clock Friday evening , making his total time for the tiln from vcn to sen thieo days and i.Ino hours. Ho was reported on time at Top"ka , Kan. , at 11:110 : o'clock last night. " Dizzy ? Then your liver isn't Acting well. You suffer from bilious ness , constipation. Ayer's Pills act directly on the liver. For 60 years they have been the Standard Family Pill. Small doses cure. V > ml > ni i nnni-i i , iio c\ inril a bctiulifiil lirnniiiu rli li tilm I , ' 1'lion tisn BUCKINGHAM'S DYE W 60 i r * Dnii if r OH r > f MAI t A Co N SMIA N H She Has Cured Thousands Given up to Die. DR. CALDWELl OF CHICAGO AleopsiUiy , Home opalhy , ISleHrir and Gen eral Medicine. Will , bj request , \leit pmfoefciomdly NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , PACIFIC HOTEL , THURSDAY , AUGUST cij four\\ooVe. Contultliervlille the uj purtui itj tent Imml , Dll. CAIin\Kl 1,1.mils her pr ct co to tl.o aiiociul tri'ittcniMit i f iliNi nef < > f the eye , onr. tin" * ihriml , IIIUVH , fou , ilr ( UcoiucB , illtoiiso * of , rlnldrun and n'lilim ' . . uorMmu anil Miwciil I ilifoabff of n ruralilo uiituro l < nrl > cotibumi- ! tiun , bmnc-hUiB , I'luiiiliuil catarrh , tlirmuc i cutnrrh. liotulu ho , nuiflipiuio , , stomach and ' bo\\ol troubl" ! ) . ilioimmiiMii noiirululn , tc\- \ a'irn , Hitutit'e ihien < - < < , ki.lmiy of tlin ll\or an i liUililur , dirimops , tiorxinsnoES , iniliio-tl ; n , ol > oMt\ iniiiiriiiitoil Mi'ritiou , plow Drouth in c'liildror. mill all a6tiiR ( Its- onioa in ntlnlls , ilndi'mltio clnthftiot cur\n- niro of tlio | itiiiihteiixoa of tlin l.niln , pnraly. nlu , lieart tlineiinitro ( < by , ouolltnc o' the lliiihs. Ptrkturo , " | ) i > n eori'i , pain in the bones , granu lar nnlarKnmoiitn nnd all IouK-6taiulln die- oasex proporl } troatot , lllooil mill SUIn DIsciiKi-M , IMniplet. b'otrtiob , eruptions , li\or spots , fall- hiK nf tin1 hiur I ) ul riuiiiloxlon cczenin , throat iilcort , bo u iiiuib I laildiT tionblos , weak luck , Imrninii i rum i a Bint ; urlno too oftoM. Tlin ollocts tit cuiiflil'Mional bicknosa or tlio tallii-T of ton iniicli mjunoiiH mi'iUcino rocotroe neHirh UK Iro.ilniont , t'lunniit ' relief and n cure for Wo. . PUnanesdf wnmnn , irrcKiilar mciiBtruntlon , fallltiK < ' the vonih , bearing down pnlne , foi a'u ' Itpl.ii'omnMe Ihck of soxnnl tone. i eno rrhe.i ftoril'tj. or Imrrennots , cnntult Ir Caldwell and hl'i- ilt rliow them tlio cuuso of tlieir trouliln ntul tliova > to bocnmu en rod , Cum fix , riullt-r , I'Mnlii , 1'llcn nn I cnlnrco' B mill * troBtoil with tlio sulicn- taiiooiis Injii" ! on ine'luil ' , ulwuluii'ly without pain . .I'nlMf ' "iirtlin lota f a drop of blood , lixinonf linrown ilikcorlr > and i leally the most trlentifio niotlrnl ol tint , aihiincod BRO Or. Caldwell has practiro I hur prufofeiou io wimtt of the lai ( . t-Bt lioepi'als ihiniiRlmnt the count rj. Sha lm < mi lupnrl r I1 tno troatliiR niiili > lnBno itni5 il * 'iii'i > di'orndtios. o < c. hhe IUIH latfly " 'i iiiioil u olllco InOniBlm Nebraska , where lut w.ll n < eu I a portion of cnch weak treatl h-ir many pull * ' te. No liirnrublo casoe ncceptod for trratniont Cmibultntirin exumltintion mid iid ic . ono doll.ir t tlioeo in lorostod. I . ° K v C ti V,1,1 * Cm OIlIcHKO 111 , \ddro88 nil mnil to Hoe ItutlduiK. Omaha Neb. . . . w > .vAJ.Oy// Tripplc Circus , Elevated Stages , Roman Hippo drome , Free Horse Exibit and Deep Sea Aquarium. A ( iigunlic Undorlakin , head and shoulders ahovo out1 .so-callod rivals. 'JO KUNN V OLDCLOWNS 20 A miiKiiliiulo of Hitlers , Leapers , Aerialists , Aeronauts , ( iyninasls , Charioteers and ovorythin pertaining to the Circus voild. llig Double Menagerie of the Imito creation. Herd of big Mlophanls. Ciollmiir Uros. ' § 20,000 Keatnro tlio Only ISMSAL LIVING HIPPOPOTAMUS n cantivity ; a savage , blood sweating terror of the Jtivor Nile ; Jio wuinl man-slaying inonslor ; tlio only ono in tlio known iVorltl on oxliibition ; at'tornoon and evening in Ci oil mar ] 3ros. ' nillionsiiro memigerio. bands of music. J5 circus rings. Klevaiod stages. DOOmonaml women employed. l00 ] horses and ponies. livery IMorning at 10 O'clock a Grand Colossal STRE12T PARADE A Mammoth Free Street Show. OPhJN DlilNS OK WILD BEASTS Ponderous inarching elephants. An amazing wonderland. 10 .different kinds of music. A big double procession of shining armor , glittering dens , cages , band chariots , rich and rare costumes of silks and satins , tableaux , floats , comedy provokcrs , a perfect blaze of splendor majestically moving upon the public highway at 10 o'clock. Two Performances Daily , Afternoon and Evening. Doors Open at I and 7 o'clock. WILL EXHIBIT AT IFOLK , SATURDAY , AUGUST 22 _ N. Y Life tilde , OMAHA , NBIJR. PALL TERM COMMKNCI-S SEPTRM11ER 1. Tlio InrRrst. most firmW established and best equipped Commercial and Shorthand School In . Omaha Moilerncoursesotstuily Uxpcrienced icacliers Individual instruction Strict discipline. . I > r.ittiral methods 1'ireproof building V M C A adjacent Athletics Fully equipped ermnaj. iuni iuiass amort limurnis Graduates n istud lo positions STUUllNTb , I'UUNISHED TO EARN UOAKI ) WHILE AT TENDING Send ( or Caliiloxur ! < Why Should Ca- 1 lamity Be Full of \ Words ? " 4 > < > The mere saying of words is \ \ easy , and some men devotee o their whole lives to it. They talk rather than act. The ca lamity howlers in any commu nity are of this kind. While the unsuccessful busi ness man is talking the success ful man is acting. When he speaks he uses words , but he tells facts. He seldom , however - \ \ ever , depends upon his own voice. He brings to his aid the trumpet tongued voice of the press. He purchases space in the \ \ advertising columns of his local \ [ paper , and he uses it to good advantage. This is your local paper. There is space in these columns - umns for use. Are you adding - \ \ \ \ ing its strength to your voice ? \ \ Properly used it will aid you. An abiolute pcclfl and nntt-jeptlc fnf eratlon for all klndi of SORE THROAT. SIMPLY A QARQLB. PERFECTLY HARMLESS. A ' "re cure for MoarjencM , Topsllltlf , Qulruy , In emed , Ulcariteil and Catarrhal Sera Throat. A prcentlv * of Croup , Whooping Cough and Diphtheria. rUIUFYINO HEALINO BOOTHINQ Endonea bj the Jlost Eminent Throal 8p al J Itti in the countrr. BhonW bo kept In erory home. Price 35 Cent * . litre Uettlolno Co. , DOS Mnlno * , Iowa. KIKSAU DRUG COMPANY. . . . .TRY. . . . THE . NEWS UP-TO-DATE PRINTING. CURES A GOLD IN ONE DA- CURES GRIP IN TWO DAYS .JL THIS SIQNATUJIH AI'l'KAU ON EVERY BOX OF THE GENUINE