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A Railroad Official's Experience. if MB. EDWARD EDMOXDS, lonff con nected with railroad v'on.structlon in Nebraska,wrltcs: "Wy heart troubled and pained mo for M yours. Shortness of breath was the constant aud most common symptom. Intense, excruciating pain, gener- 'aUyfulkmedanyBeTeretiertlon. l amtnesa, hunjfor without any apptlte; fluttering that mado mo clutch my breast, and palpitation that often staggered mo as if I would fall, were frequent attacks. Again, everything would, turn black if Isrosefrom a stooping jvosture quickly. Sleepless nights with their Tr TVTilPC' jprostrating unrest were ills lulled numerous and I could Hc&rt Cure jT,jt no rest day or nlsat " 31 consulted leading phy- ReStOreS siclans and tried auvor 'rrmu.. 'tised remedies. They gave me no relief. Ono of Dr. Miles clrcufccrs described my case eo exactly umli i. kjuk. . ..-.v.. Cure and I am tow a well man. I hope every one troubled with heart disease will try Dr. Miles1 remedies. If they will write xne personally, I will gladly give them f ull details of my experience." Edv7. Edmonds. P. 0. Box 5, David City, Nebraska. Dr. Miles Ilcxrt Cure is sold on guarantee that first bottle benefits or money refunded. Prof. w. H. reeke, wixi makes a specialty oc Epilepsy, has without doubt treated and cur ed more cases than any living Physician: his success is astonishing: we nave nearu ot cases cC so years' standing curea uy him. He publishes valuable work on this dis ease, which uo senaa w 1 1 fc a laree bot tle of liis Absolute ewe, free t any sufferers rho.may send their P. O. and Express address. We'adviRe any one wishing a-cure to address Frof.W.ILTEK. F.IU 4 CedJirSt.. Haw York VAN R. POND, Attorney Ceunsdlorv raneral law .nd chancery . . practice ia all courts. Over M. L. Stewart & Co's eank DR. EDGERTON T. WILSON . fflYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE Room 7 KeeJer Blook. RESIDENCE 822 Riyer Street. OWOSSO. W10W. J;B. Dowcligan, DENTIST. 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Nenrmin rit Ji.v' nw. !uf.i1l,ht fpra'l Ve'-vmi ;im 7aa Mrflrortrd. Ticknw f . fri .I I '.plit, tVyryin.' rtprra " ", tMi'..Mt .If f . '4 l I. Kl.INIi.oii Arch Jh . riiil.- If. 'h. ' bid by Prout. !" o4 i-taUn DICYCLEG Bparlal Karrklns. OoM rna Wantod. Catatua I ft is. vim Cycl Ccmpmav S3Z-344 Wtstt Ar.,Utksj0 OADTOniA. 1 ttn Trf alalia QUEEFS OltEAT DAY. REMARKABLE jubilee procession IN OLD LONDON. lie Ficort the Flower of European No bility aul Troops That Came' from All l'urta of the Kniplre Some of the Sol diers Ilrteny Described Colonies All Represented Tremendous Enthusiasm. London, June 23. The great day of the queen's Jubilee has passed and the pageant that wound through the streets of the metropolis1 of the world was worthy of the city and the empire of 'which It Is the capital. To tell of the gathering: of the royalties and others at Buckingham palace yesterday morning would cccupy columns. But the first apeparance of the queen was a central feature of the celebration. The car riages cf the envoys and many of the royalties and other distinguished per sons had formed In line and proceeded on the route of march toward Constitu tion Hill when a platoon of the royal servants lined up on each f1de of the great door cf the palace, and an in clined platform from the foot of the stairs to the place to be occpuled by the queen's coach was placed In position and carefully tested by a Scotch gillie. After a momentary wait a hoarse roar of cheers, quickly started by the nation al anthem played by the band outside, announced the arrival of the Prince and Princess of Wales. Sends a Montage That Girdles the Earth. The Prince of Wales mounted by the scarlet covered steps to. the entrance of the palace and then the Hanoverian steeds slowly drew the queen's carriage into position. At 11:10 a. ra. a bustle on the main staircase announced the com ing of her majesty. Queen Victoria slowly descended the stairs, assisted by a scarlet-clad and whlte-turbaned In dian -attendant. She was dressed In black, wore a black bonnet trimmed with white, and carried a white sun thada. At the foot of the stairway her majesty paused for a minute and touched an electric button connected tvlth all the telegraphic systemsthrough out the British empire, and it. flashed around the world the message: "From my heart I thank my beloved people. Slty God bless them." San Shines on Her Majesty. 3ler majesty then slowly Beated herself 'in her carriage, the royal trumpeters sounded a fanfare, the Princess of Wales .'Joined the queen and then the Prlncera 'Christian of Sehleswlg-Holsteln joined :the party. Both the princesses seated themselves opposite her majesty and -at 11:12 the queen's coach started. Two . gillies In Highland costume, wearing the tartan of MacBonald of the Isles, the eo called crown prince of Scotland, occu pied the rumble. As her majesty emerged from the portico the buji broke brightly through the clouds "and the queen raised her stmshafle. The Prince of Wales, the Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Connaxtght took up their places about her majesty's carriage and the latter took Its place In the procession. KEPIlKSEXTATlVJiS OF THE EM TIKE Was the lrooesiuii That Jsorted the ErltUh yivee-n Through Eaiidon. The queen's carriage was about the center of the procession as it was the center of Interest to eight or ten million people. The procession was headed by an advance party of the Jtoyal Horse guards. Then followed the band of the same corps, playing the Inspiriting "Washington Post JSIarch." -Close upon the band came a portion of the pictur esque northwest mounted .police, as es cort to the first .colonial premier, Hon. Wilfred Laurler. The northwest po lice, men to whom evidently a saddle has never been a novelty, .made a strik ing appearance; quite as brave and serviceable-looking as the New South AVales mounted rifles, with their gray aemi-sombreros a.nd black cock-plumes, who followed them, escorting the premier ot New South Wales, Hon. S. II. Reid. Che Victorian mounted troops followed, -rmart, weather-beaten fellows, In un attractive brownish uniforms. Then came New Zealand's premier, Hon. Elchard J. Seddun. For the moment Australia gave way and Africa was allowed a chance; the Cape of Good' Hoie mounted rifles well set up men wearing jscarlet, with white helmets, rode by lo herald the coming of the Cape premier, the Hon. Sir, J. Gordon Sprigg, K.C.M. G. Hardly had he passed when attention was claimed for the yellowlshbrown Khar kee, . lit with bright acarlet, which pro claimed the South Australian mounted troops. Lean, long specimens of wiry manhood, they won applause like the rest, .and passed on to give place to the premier of Newfoundland, Hon. Sir W. W. WJiIteway. From Newfoundland one was transported to Natal by the Natal .mouxvi troons. a. oonUnicent .elmllar. In 50 lbs. of Coal A day would keep your rooms warm in winter. But that small stove will turn only twenty-five. Hence, discomfort and misery. A certain amount of fat turned daily, would keep your body warm and healthy. But your digestion is bad, and you don't get it from ordinary fat food. Hence you are chilly, you catch cold easily, you have coughs and shivers; while pneumonia, bronchitis, or con sumption finds you with no re sistive power. Do this. Burn better fuel. Use SCOTT'S EMULSION of Cod-liver Oil. Appetite and digestive power will revive ) and soon a warm coating of good flesh will protect the vital organs against the cold and the body against disease. .. TVo tiztSf 50 cts. and $1.00 Book free for the asking;. SCOTT & BOWNE, Ntw York. moaM ana "'equipment ,to their Cape j brothcre-in-arnis. Hon. 11. N. .Nelson, K. C. M. G., rode after them, the of- i flclal personification of the western Aus tralian. The premiers being disposed of, then succeeded a most attractive dis play, mounted troops of the crown colonies, the Ithodeslan horse, the colonial Infantry broken by three bands, typical of the United Kingdom, those of bt. George s, the London Scottish and the London Irish rifle volunteer corps and others. Then there passed the splendid con tingent from Canada, Infantry 175 strong, uniformed somewhat like the regular service infantry, with Colonel Alymer leading. Following came the read oddities, of which the Zaptlehs from Cyprus, divided the honors with the Dyaks of Borneo. Both are military police; the Zaptlehs were mounted on ponies and naturally wore the Turkish fez. The Borneo Dyaks, yellow-colored, smallish chaps, were eagerly expected by the crowd, owing to their head hunting proclivities. The Trinidad field artillery, the Sierra Leone militia, the British Guiana police, with their whlte curtalned caps; the Hausas, in the familiar zouave costumes of long ago, and the Royal Niger Hausas men who fought at Ilorln and Blda were all blacks. The Hausas, the blackest of the blacks, were most enthusiastically greeted. The second procession passed the pal ace fifty minutes after the colonials had climbed Constitution hill. It more than eloquently filled in the picture of Brit ain's war strength; more than magnifi cently completed the carnival of gorge ous costume and color. Scarlet and blue and gold, white and yellow, shining cuirasses and polished helmets, plumes and tassels, furs and gold and silver pangled cloths, bullion embroideries r.rtl accouterments, eplendid trappings for horses and more splendid for men, cashes and stars, crosses and medals medals for the Crimea, Indian, Ser ingapatam, the Nile, Ashantl, Afghanis tan, Chitral, South Africa, China and dozens of others, and here and there the finest of them all, the finest and most highly prized the world can show, the Victoria Cross; death dealing weapons, swords and revolvers, carbines and cut lasses, batteries of artillery; men of splendid physique and horses with rare action fully, entered into the spirit and meaning of It alii the fondly carried colors for which those men would die. and over all the rich strains of that music they best loved to hear the sight was one to stir the blood as only sol dlers have stirred it since the dawn of time. Th,en came her majesty! Wherever she appeared In the six miles of procession there the British cheer which had been keeping the nlr a-shake for those who had preceded the royal carriage swelled louder and louder until the very earth trembled. Her escort was 'composed of the flower of European and British no bility, and the military and civic officials of the British empire. At historic Tern pie Bar the carriage stopped a moment, for this Is the gate of the City, and the lord mayor In the ceremony of old gave his obeisance to the queen. At St. Paul's another Btop was made and here a brief Tllgious service was performed the singing of a Te Deum, the offering of prayers and the benediction by the archbishop of Canterbury. The service took place at a temporary altal built outside of the church. And then St. Paul's bells, which had been Tinging from the time the proces sion started until it stopped for the ser vice, broke out again and Joined the roar of cheers from the masses of tensof thou sands of loyal Britishers packed solidly as far' as one could see, in street, in windows, on balconies, on housetops ina gTand swelling cyclone of sound that was enough to lift ore off hla feet. The roar kept pace with the procession round the whole route, until the queen was again at Buckingham palace, when the throngs looked forward nest to the festivities of the night. THE WORK IN CONGRESS. Synopsis -of the Proceedings of the Nation al Lawmaker. Washington, June 22. The senate made giant stretches on the tariff bill yesterday, covering fifty-six pages and establishing a record for progress dur ing this tfrrlff debate. The last two schedules of the dutiable list, covering paper .and manufactured sundries, were eomnleled. with the exceDtion of the j paragraphs on hides, gloves, coal and some lesser articles, which went over. This advanced the senate to the free list, which was taken up at 2 p. m. and completed In three hours. Early In the day the wool and silk schedules went over with an agreement that wool would be taken up today.- After that the tobacco schedule, the reciprocity provisions and the Internal revenue por tions of the bill, as well as the many Isolated paragraphs passed over, re main to be considered. The progress yesterday was so marked, however, that for the first time there was a feeling that the end was not far off. The house passed a bill to appropri ate $100,000 for the repair of dry dock No. 3 at the New York navy yard, and after receiving a favorable report on a Joint resolution permitting foreign ex hibitors at the Omaha exposition under stringent provisions to bring laborers Into the United States to take charge of exhibits, adjourned until Thursday. Washington, June 23. The senate had a little squabble over the wool schedule, some of the Republicans claiming that the commltte was not keeping faith with them. Good progress was made, the most Important action being that mak ing the rate 10 cents a pound on tirBt' ClftKff wool. . . , . Madeline Tollard In England. London, June 21. Miss Madeline Pol lard, who was the plaintiff In the sensa tional suit against former Representa tive W. C. P. Breckinridge, of Frank fort, Ky., and who disappeared after the trial which resulted in a verdict in her favor for $lf,000 damage?, has been liv ing quietly In London. She Is apparent ly In gocd circumstances, and Is under stock to be studying with the view of engaging In literary work. She Intend to make England her home. Kt-ar Admiral llrowi Keflivd. Washington, June 21. I:.al Af'-n':al George Brown, until with in th :a: tivr weeks In command of the Ndfr'k rtivv yard, was placed on the retir.d I M f at urday oh account of age. AdrrirnJ rr w.i is at preent at his home !n IrrtirrH. from which he was appointed to the navy when only 14 years of agt. lnc the war he has held many Important commands and has been for several years the ranking officer of the United itatei navy. "WORN OUT." A COMMON EXPRESSION USED BY AMERICAN WOMEN. Bfany do not Realize the Full Significance of Those Two Word. 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Caprice, 2:12Ji, by Kentucky Wilkes, reported retired last season, is being en tered in stakes. THE MARKETS. Chicago Grain and Produce. Chicago, June 22. Following were the quotations on the Board of Trade today: Wheat June, opened nominal, closed 69 Vic; July, opened 67c, closed 68V$c; September, opened 63c, closed 64V4c; December, opened 66c, closed 66Vic Corn June, opened nominal, closed 24c; July, opeped 24c, closed 24c; September, opened 25c, closed 25c; December, opened 26c, closed 26c. Oats June, opened nominal, closed 17c; July, opened and closed 18c; September, opened 17c, closed 18c. Pork July, opened and closed $7.40; September, opened $7.50, closed $7.47V. Lard July, opened $3.72, closed $3.75; September, opened $3.82, closed $3.85. Produce: Butter Extra creamery, 14y2c per lt; extra dairy, 12c; fresh packing stock, 78c. Eggs Fresh stock, 8c per dozen. Live Poultry Turkeys, 67c per lb; chickens, 7c; ducks, 737V&c. Potatoes Burbanks, 20 28c per bu. Honey White clover, 11 12c per rt; imperfect, 79c. Apples Common to fancy, $2.003.B0 per bbl. Chicago Live Ntock. Chicago, June 22. Hogs Estimated receipts for the day, 21,000; sales ranged at $2.1603.45 for pigs, $3.30(g,3.45 for light, $3.1083.20 for rough packing, $3.303.42V4 for mixed, and $3.25 3.40 for heavy packing and shipping lots. Cattle Estimated receipts for the day, 2,500; quality fair; quotations ranged at $5.00(5.30 for choice to extra shipping steers, $4.454.95 good to choice do., $4.20-4.75 fair to good, $3.854.30 common to medium do.,$3.704.20 butch ers' steers, $3.353.90 etockers, $3.8504.45 feeders, $1.8503.80 cows, $2.6004.20 heif ers, $2.2503.80 bulls, oxen and stags, $2.7504.10 Texas steers, and $3.6006.00 veal calves. Sheep and Lambs quo tations ranged at $3.1004.80 westerns, 12.9003.85 Texans, $2.3504.60 natives, and $3.35 0 5.65 lambs. Milwaukee Grain. Milwaukee, June 22. Wheat Strong and higher; No. 2 rprlng, 72c; No. 1 northern, 76c; July, 8C Corn Quiet; No. 3, 24025c. Oats Steady, but quiet :No. 2 white, 22 023c. Barley Steady; No. 2, 8233c; sample, 26Vii33c. Rye Firmer; high er; No. 1, 85c. St. t,onU Grain. St. Louis, June 22. Wheat Lower: No. 2 red cash ele vator, 76a a Meed; track, 75076c; No. 2 hard cash, 75c asked; July, 67H067V4C Corn Easy; No. 2 cash, 2223c bid; July, 22c. Oats Firm; No. 2 cash, 17V4c; July, 17fcc bid. Rye Higher; 32a bid. ' x . .. Detroit Grain. Detroit, June 22. Wheat Canh white, 83c; cath red, 83cj July, 70c; September, 67V4c bid. as 17 Y -S Tnc Well Milk. Detroit. June 23. The tug Wella was run into and sunk at Ballard's reef Monday night by the steamer Mono- hansett. The crew of the tug wero saved and arrived here on the Mono- hansett at 2:15 o'clock Tuesday morn ing. Fireman Walsh was badly scald ed by the breaking ot a steam pipe on the Wells. The Wells is now on tne bank at Fighting Island with a large hole In her. Two Mineri Killed. Ishnemlner. Mich.. June 23. Abram Kylmaneh and Henry AJa, Finish min ers who came to this country two months ago, were Instantly killed at the Bops gold mine Monday night by a ran of earth. State Note. Lawrence Gerrlty committed suicide at Bessemer, Mich., because he had been arrested for being drunk and disorderly. William J. Bryan, accompanied by his family, will spend several months at Black Lake, a southern Michigan re sort, where they will be the guests of William B. Conkey, the Chicago book manufacturer. Frank Evelslzzer of Gratiot county, Mich., was thrown from a horse and killed. Bay City, Mich., announces the fail ure of W. 11. Miller & Co., wholesalers. Mrs. Jane Okley, a feeble old lady liv ing near Brldgeton, Mich., ten miles from Newaygo, was robbed of which she had secreted in her bed, by two masked men after they had tied the hands and feet of her hired man. Dr. A. T. Getchell, while boring for water at his residence near' the heart of Mount Pleasant, Mich., struck a bed of coal, six feet thick, seventy-three feet below the surface. Grand Rapids, Mich., has at present the greatest epidemic of meales ever known in its history, fully 600 cases being reported to the board of health In ten days. Mrs. ROxanna Townsend, aged 67 years, hanged herself from her bedpost with a ribbon at Pentwater. Mich. Dauntless Captured Red-llanded. Washington, June 23. The secretary of the treasury has received informa tion of the capture of the suspected filibuster Dauntless off Indian Key, Fla., with men, arms and ammunition on board. No further particulars are given. rostmuster at San Francisco. Washington, June 22. The president has nominated Wilfred W. Montague to h. postmaster at San Francisco. Cal. "A wrtett tvp. of the Mgbt oraor ot csceue.ee in v. . 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