Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on September 21, 1889 · Page 4
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CROUP" WIU'Oi'iNG COt'OH and 'ISronrhHis immpiiistoly rcli^v?'! by Sbiloh'B Ci>rn. For FI!? by I'oTy, the rtrufrsrist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock Falls, N^ver employ a cierk fit any price; be eontpnfc with what, business you can do yoursolf. SIlILOirSUUKE will immediately relieve Croup, Whooping Cough nnd Bronchitis. For »n)e by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. IJlckford, llocfc Falls' Soareb the i3ib!e to 11 nd the bottom of the deceitful humai. heart and say your prayers at night, SIIILOirS COUGH and Consumption Cure is Bold by us on a guarantee. It cures consumption. For sale by Perry, the druggist,and J.1I. Bickford Roete Falls Never buy white, spronty, craw fishy lend at any price expecting to make money by cultivating it. A StartlJns JtMBriosnre. RHEUMATIC SYIWP Co., Jackson, Mich. GENTS: For years I have been greatly afflicted with inflammatory rheumatism, the pain and soreness of the joints at times being almost unbearable; could move about only with the use of crutches. In addition to this my stom ach became badly diseased.'and neural- jjia set in which threatened to end my days. A travelling man stopping with me gave quite a history of Hlbbard's Rheumatic Syrup, and the peculiarities of its combination, which induced me to try it, I have taken six bottles, and no act in my life affords me greater satisfaction than in writing you that I am a well man. I believe it to be the best remedy ever formulated. A. J. BOWLF.Y, Proprietor, Empire House, Independence, Iowa tths 3 Jffft.ft.fL m r-'^^-i j - * .. . A— .^_ . yrts"! , f^l ! 1 -™- •*&• •«>• -*"- —. -— .— .* -**-< ••*?• -i- •- ->•- ' ~ •&*•- -*»• -* •••» - ^ -' — •&- -»^~" • • i ^- " u *°* ' " H>»j|-g:^l_—g-Jtff p-t^ Jg^j^^S-i^t^ _p-|^-—^j.^ THE CHICAGO Never deposit money unless you tuke a receipt for it. WILL YOU cough when Shin, B Cure will give you immediate relief. Price 10 eta., 50 cts., and &l. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J M. Bickford, Eock Falls. RAILWAY. OVEE 7,000 MILES Of slsoLtrack in Uljnpis, lawsrrWrsconsin, 'WUKSctuii. Minnesota, Nebraska, Dakota and Wyoming, penetrates the Agricultural. Mining and Commercial Centres of the WEST AND NORTHWEST. The Unrivaled Equipment of the Line embrace* Sumptuous Dining Cars, New Wagner and Pullnan Sleepers, Superb day Coaches and FAST YESTIBULED TRAINS Running direct between Chicago, St. Paul und Minneapolis, Council Bluffs and Omaha, connecting for Portland, Denver, San Francisco and all Pacific Coast Points. OMlTUHETOTHEBUCKHiLlS . For Ticket*, Rat*i, M»p«, Time Tables and Jail Information, apply to any Tlcfcot Agent or wh drum the Oen'l Fuscngcr Agent, Chicago, 111. There ia nothing in this world death that is certain. but THETIEV.GKO. 11. THAYEU, of Bonrbon, Ihd., says; ".Bothmvself and wife ewe our lives to SHLLOIi'8 CONSUMPTION CURE." For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock Falls. Weigh all you buy and all >you sell If possibly convenient. j. it a. o. must, a P. Oea'lPm. Ajt. Never endanger your life for money. curable T Bead the following: Mr. C. H. Morris, Newark, Ark M says:" Was down with Abacesaof Lungs, and friends and physicians pronounced me an Incurable Consumptive. Began taking Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle, and able to oversee the work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever made." Jease Middlewart, Decatur-Ohio, aays: "Had it not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for have died of Consumption 1" would Lung Troubles. Was given np by dcotors. Am now in best of health." Try it. Sample bottles free at D. B. Strickler'a Drug Store. i Think twice before you speak once. «U>bu«'« KhCttinktte and itver Fills <JSM»e PUta are' scientifically com- poaoded, uniform in action. No grip- lag, pain so commonly following the use of PUls. They are adapted to both adults and children with perfect safety. Ws guarantee they have no equal in the cure of sick headache, constipation, dyipeimia, biliousness, and, as an appe tizer, ih»j excel any other preparation. Think over every day's business at night. THAT HACKING COUGH can be quickly cured by Shiloh's Core. We etiarantee it. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Bock Falta ___________ . Never keep all your money in one channel. UlBcovery. Weakened and deranged livers, stomachs and bowels should never be acted on by irritants like common pills, bran, etc. Mile's Pills cures liver complaint, constipation, piles, etc., by a new method. Samples free at A. H. Hendrick's or J. M. Blckford's. Never buy inferior articles of any kind to make money on. CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Falls. Who ever heard of u cheese mine? Yet ono has been discovered nt Palmyra, Wis. It isn't precisely a mine; in fact being a largo quantity of cheese which was buried 'many years ago beneath a factory and there in some manner forgotten. It has just been discovered and the, valuable product is being quarried out by the, present owners of tlio factory. There Arm No Happy l>af* 'For those who continue to rise nnre; freshed after nights of unrest. Ner- Tousness, insomnia, indigestion—these constitute a triple alliance that perpetually wars against man's comfort, and robs both brain and body of tranquility. Combat the trio for a time with Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, and it will give ground and eventually fly the field. The basis of reform is the rectification of digestion, for the brain and nerve trouble is>simply a reflex of the disturbance of that all important function. A wineglassful before each meal of the national stomachic insures facile digestion, and a repetition of the plea sant dose before retiring promotes nerve and muscle invigorating sleep. Associated with indigestion we usually find biliousness and constipation. But together or independent of each other, these maladies are subjugated by the Bitters, which also remedies kidney trouble, rheumatism, neuralgia and malaria. • tths Kin- rim- PHILADELPHIA. K->p i£- cl 1(1, s 'ut mid t;i 1 Ellen, yt-siiT.iav. wh ; /oivi-r Unit ti'i I !>• " !>•• rlul li-«pi' '•••.! -ii •^i« Tobin, ir-t'Ui sister -, in.^ with a ro- s-lv h>ft within .CODA. ,f~-_ —, . _i" q" .* r J J : N _'* .g~ *>•--- —i ^a-O -2 -D O-D fl'/*3 0-^ f°3 "-G 'ri-ti' <*> r2 -T y, mo Rock Aratea Salve. The best salve in the world for Cuts, Braises. Bores, . Ulcers. Bait Kheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posttvely cures Piles, or no pay required. It ia guaranteed to give perfect aatdaf action, or money refunded. Price 26 cents per box. For sale byD.B.Striokler. Never be persuaded own judgment. beyond your Nothing is more common, nor less true, than for phyaicians to tell patients lathe first stages of heart disease that the trouble is only nervous, etc., and of no account. A little knowledge ia a dangerous thing as shown by the great —Bomber of people who-die of heart disease when its existence is not suspected. Take warning. Don't neglect the , ftasfc iymptoms, and if you would avoid sstfMmi death,, angina pectoria, etc., tafce Dr. Mi.es* New Core before it is too late. Sold at A. B. Hendrick's or J. M. Bickford's Drugstore. Never bay a small place with a'fine building on it. Ifee latest Tarcudtt Tite aytpiisiBg manner in which the country it being swept by the great tjUecovery of Dr. Miles for cunnp the sjsay dlsaasea tb&t originate in the iwrvcs to astonishing aU vbo know the T to. Bevteixnti ve Narvlne, a i csfTB food, gold by A, H. or J. M. Biskfort, cures g. waut df appetite, eihuuatiou, overwork, care, worry n. It takes the plae« of ojvt»tea, cblotii!. etc., siui eaaxf s&l u«iroa» troafelas. If you ever loan money to any person take security if you can get it. "There was a frog who lived in a spring, lie caught such a could he conld not sing." Poor, unfortunate Batrachianl In what a sad plight he must have been. And yet his misfortune was one tba often befalls singers. Many a once tuneful voice among those who belong to the "genus homo" is utterly spoiled by "cola in the bead," or on the lungs, or both combined. For the above mentioned "croakei" we are not aware that any remedy was ever devised; but we rejoice to know that all human singers may keep their heads clear and throats in tune by a timely use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, and Dr. Pierce's Golden 'Medical Discovery, both of which are aold by druggists. Four per cent, when certain Is better than 3 per cent, when uncertain. Elertrle Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise.A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt llheum and other affections caused by impure biood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial fevers.-For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitters-Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.-Price ^octe. and 81.00 per bottle at D. B. Stickler's Drug Store. Buy goods on time only in small quantities, whether, wholesale 6r> retail. Forced to l>»ave Home. i Over 80 people were forced to leave their homes yesterday to call for afree trial package of Lane's Family Medicine. If your bloed is bad, your liver and kidneys out of order, if you are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion, don't fall to call on any druggist to-day for a free sample «f this grana remedy. The ladies praise it. Everyone likes it. Large size package 60 cents. 2 Be certain to give your children an English education at anyjioet ifjou "can. " '' " " " ~ ~~ V Intereated People. Advertising a patent medicine in the peculiar way in which the proprietor of Kemp's Balsam for Coughs and Golds does is indeed wonderful. He authorizes all druggists to give those who call for it a sample bottle free that they may try it before purchasing. The large bottles are 50c and 81.00. We certainly would advise a trial. It may save you from consumption. 2a Never sell the products of the farm you work to any man on, time at any price. Yho Indian Malilon Tells the Soorot. SWIFT'U :JpKf:tno hm* u brifk niul r.nntitnnt Fnl.i ivlth us, ond tlic universal verdict 1», Unit 09 n !>lo<«l ncdicino It lias no rival. LAKKFcinn fc TOVJTAH, Dnifri;iBtH,R!ierm!U!, Toron. Treatise an ISloori and Bkln Discuses mailed Irco. Tar. SWIFT Krncina Co., Brnwrr 3, Atlnnlu, Ga For Strains and Pains. NEW AND STRONG FACTS, THE MA JOE IN YITED TO DEEE PAEK. Orent Prounro lirought. (o Rear on the Mun from Mi.xnourl tu Got Him to Take tbe Panilou llurenu—Secretary Noble Bound to Hiivo Ufin; So In the President —An Illinois Man mentioned as » Uurk Horse—Cnpllal Nptei*. WASHINGTON CITY. Sapt. 2L—The president has ngain asked Mnj. AVilliam Warner, of Missouri, to accept the post of coramis- lloner of pensions. Maj. Warner bad announced his determination not to accept,and bad placed his reasons before the president In writing, reconinioodiiijt tho appointment of Maj. G.wrzo B. Morrill, of Massachusetts, instead. Tho president was not entirely satisfied with the suggestion, however, and ifter some deliberation and conferences with icnie of tbo Republican leaders he asked Maj. Warner to como to Deor Park to have mother conferenca with him. The Mojor Under Preiaure. . An enorniom pressure is being brought to Dear upon Maj. Warner, and although he Is is much averse to, accepting the place as he was lait Monday his objections may b> overborne, .and it Is prsiible that to-day his com- nission will bo signed by the president with ais knowle.lgo an t consent. Maj. Warner was accompanied to Deur Park by Secretary Noble. Tbe secretary of the interior is determined that Mnj. Warner shall accept tha position. Thursday ni^ht he ro- jeived from tbo pri s'llent information that ae wonld not bo fully satisfied with any >thor man as cominfouioni'r "f pensions,' ind that he wished to sec Mnj. Warner with i view to pressing him nguin to accept the position. " Cimsht on the Fiy, IIH It Warn. Maj. Warner called ut the interior department on his way to the iSnltimoro and Ohio itation, where heuxp»ut«j to ta't-.1 tho 11:30 i. m. train for Chiongo, on his wny to Kan- uia City. Secretary Noble laM b<fore him tho president's wishes in (he mutter, and isked him If he would RO to Door Park with aim (tho secretary). Maj. Warnerconsent - sd to go, ond he anci t!\e secretary were passengers on the 3 o'clock train. May Accept tlte I'QNitlon. When Maj. Warner left tho ci y bo said to % close friend that he wnul<l not s ly that be would not accept the appointment under any xmditions, but he WHS as llrmly averse to accepting it as ho had b-:?on before. Ho did not know what arguments tho president had to advance, ami hodii nut think it would be fair to announce an unalterable- determination In advance of thoir inU'rAietv. Other Posalbllltlea. It Is not believed now that Maj. Morrill will be appointed. It Is considered more likely that G-n, Pownil, of_ Illinois, or Pan. Brown, of Oliio, will get tbo appointment la svont Warner linally concludes not to take it. A Conference »t JDuer Park. A telegram from Djtir 1'urk says Secretary Noblo and Muj. Warner arrived there last night ami went at once to the president's cottage. They went over the whole ground of tho pension cominissionorship with the president, Lufc no dt'c'bion wtis reached. Maj. .Warner, left Deer Park for Kansas City this morning, Han Nothing to I>o with tbo Case. WASHINGTON CITY, 8upt 31.—Tha attorney general has rendered an opinion in the matter of tbe fees paid by tho ilolegjjU.';* of :li9 Creek nation to thoir attorney*, aggregating $3-W,OtW. Tb« dflogntus, tho cliiof of whom was Flo.-wuit Fortor, wero uutbori2,jdl by the Ciaak intiuii to draw tiiia uioit^y. U was cl.-iiutvKl thaL no /i,-<vnnitifiy was injuls to the iitttion ut Ha exp<-ri-.liturv, ftnd a special igout wn.1 yi*nt by ihu inti> u>r vlapuvtiut?ut U.' jt!Vi-fliigfil<j tiir' iu,-At(.>,r. 'llt-j ftttoruoy rt!'a- ~ Copyrlaht, IBM. by John do Witt. T HERE IS almost an unlimited quantity of Cheap Twilled Goods called by some dealers Henriettas. Please do not confound our 40 inch Henriettas with these goods; there is no comparison between them cither in weight, color or durability. The goods we sell in such large quantities can not be duplicated in this city at les* than 75c. "Wo have all the New Shades and guarantee fliem to be the best value ever offered at 50c in the history of Sterling. Brooklyn, N. T.: "1 bar.' nevi-i' s:iU, run- is it true, that Commissioner Tatm-jr was prom- Isatl tho reeordorship or .any ntliur nfllcti b»- [ore ho consented to resign. Oi> tho contrary I have said, and it is trua, that be resigned nnaaksd, and, of course, without promise of future political ofllrts." John 11, I*ynoh Going to Illlnoln. WASHINGTON CITY, Bept. 21.—Mo v J. R. Lynch, fourth auditor of the treasury do- jiartmont, loft last evening for Springfljld, Ills., where ha will on Monday deliver an Drntlon, ths occasion being the unveiling of l atatuo to Lincoln. "Jack tho Kipper*' A Woman. LONDON, Sept. 2L—Lawson Tait, tho eminent gynecologist, expresses the opinion that the murders in Wliitechapel, at Chelsea and at Battersea were all committed by the pafue criminal. Tb<> guilty person be thinks is a woman and a lunatic. According to bis view the woman is employed in a slaughter house and is subject to fits of epileptic fury. *WAntft Twenty Ye^ro of Co«rolon« LONDON, Sept. 21.—'i'he marquis of Londonderry, recently lord lieutenant of Ireland, made a tipdtcli at Stockton last night, 6t which ho expressed tba belief that twenty years of coei oioti would pacify Ireland. ' ST AETLIN Gr_E YIDENCE - OPTHB CURE 0? 8K1N DISEASES WHEN ALL OTHEa HBTHOB3 PAIL. , covering fnee, head, and entire body with -white scabs Skin r«a, itchy and bleeding. Hair all gone. Hpent huadreda ot dollars Pronounced Snourable. Cured by Cutleura Remediea. My disease (psoriasis) first broke out on m; left cbeek, a prcatHne across my DOW, and almas covering my face, it ran Into my eyes, and th< physician was afraid I would lose my eyeslgb altogether. It spread all over my bead, and my hair all fell out, until I was entirely bald-headed It then broke cut on my arms and shoulders, un til my arms were Juat one sore. It covered my entire body, my face, head and-shouldera belug the worst. The white scabs fell constantly fron my head, shoulders aud arms; the skin woulc thicken and 1» red and very- Itchy, _and _woul crack and bleed If scratched. Alter Bpfiidln many hundreds of dollars,-! was pronounced In curable. I heard 08 the CUTICUUA KEJBKDIKS and after using two bottles CUTIOBRA HKBOI^ TKNT, I could see a ehauaei and after I bad taken four bottles, I was almot-t cured: and when I had used BU bottles o! CimcuuA KBSOLVBHT and one box of CoTioiraA, aud one cake of Cir TICDSA BOAP, I was cured of the dreadful dl sesse from which I had suffered for five years I thought tee disease would leave a very dee scar, but the CimoouA KKMEDIIW cured I without any scam. I cannot express with a ixs what I suffered before usln/s the CUTICCTRA RKH X]>iKa. They saved my life, and ifeelltmydut to recommend them. My hair l» re»torod as good as ever, and so Is niy eyesight. I know o a number of dlllcraut persons who have used th CUTICUIIA llKMBDisa, and all h»7e receive great beneflt from their use. M M. ttOSA KKIXY, Bockwcll City, Cullioun County, Iowa Cu tirura K«««4IC8 of asoulziai?, UumlllaU&g Cuf« ev«ry sjwvlea ItcJiiug, ble«rtog, tuvning, sejUy, blotchy, an pimply dis<.'U.iics oftha skill, aealp, mid Wuod ii taiaoi hair, from piiup!^» to scrofula, cisie yoaU. verywhere. Price, OinricunA, SIX' ;. ; KKSOLVKHT, $1, Prupiired by U DiiUfi AKU ClUBUOAli COK oU tot "Him u> Hokl ON CHICKAMftUQA'S HELD. !i —^—• 'he nine and the Gray Meet Once Store, bat Not in Ituttle Array. . CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Sept. 31.—The reunion of the Array of tho Cumberland closed •estarday with a grand barbecue at Crawfish springs, on tho odgo of the famous bat- leflald of Chickamauga. Fully 25,000 people were on the grounds. The blue and the rray were together and the past forgotten, ioveruor Gordon, of Georgia, delivered a eeling address ot welcome, which was re- ponded to by Gen. Rosecrans. After the addresses the permanent organization of the Chickaroauga Memorial -7 association -waa ormoJ. The crowd in attendance at the meeting was very enthusiastic, and tho proceedings gave evidence that the movement will be a gran I sucoasi. Oflioers Clio-en. After a discussion of tbo objacts and purposes of the association, tho following offl s were elected for four years; President, Gen. J.T. Wililer.of Tomiessoe; vice president, 3en. Joseph Wheeler, of Alabama; secretary, 3en. Marcus J. Wright, of Washington; ,reasurer. Gein. J. 8. Fullerton, of St. Louis, ioard of dlroctors, from the Union side—G. C. Kniffen, G. W. Binhop, Henry M. Cist, C. H, Grosvenor, Fred Vaudeveer, 8. P. Thurston, J. S. Fullerton, J. J. Reynolds, J. T. Wilder, A. C. McClung, A. Baird, 8. C. Kellogg, W. 8. Uoaecraus, H. V. Boynton, From tho Coufedurale sida—Hon. Joseph Wheeler, C. Brmkonrid -o, Joase T. Plndlay, David H. Hill,. E. W. luiw, Morons J. Wright, Roger Q. Mills, George D. Wise, AllredB. Colquitt, Jame-tljonsitnwt, Joseph H. Ixiwis, Randall U Gibson, Charles E. Hooker, F. M. Coukrall. A lllg Olit-uf-Uoor Foast. A large number of members of tho association were enrolled. After the meeting tbi barbecue too* place, an I it was tho most tremendous affair of the kind over known in this country. Thirty tables, each 85 feet long, 'weru spread, and all wore aniplj provided for. The day patsed without tb slightest jar or accident-. GREAT STATE, THAT OHIO. Wh, lASta. t^f« wiMt ^«- w&#s rt A »« I \ , " • t 1 i < "» 1 -I *1 I*f 1 , *•*• ' It iU," '. - t Icuolher Skii-mUh with Deftpera U«t Away Thin Time. EAST IjVKnj'OOL, O., Sopt 21, —Three mei yesterday afternoon heli»d thrmsolvas soina clothing (Usplayed in front of Josepl Bros.' store. Olllcer Supplee saw toem anc placed one under arrest. The other twi drew revolvern, anil, demanding their com ntde'i roloase, oponoJ lire. A lively fusilladi rt?&ultod, but no cua was bit, and tho thr&o men escaped. Stipplee summoned other of fleers to hia assistaiicB, oud the men were chased across tho st.'Uoliuo to tba woods near Bmith'a Ferry, Pa. Thoro they ware over taken and caiiad upon to surrender. A voile from their revolvuns cauio in answer. Th officers returned tha lire, and one of IV rol-bors waa wound* 1. Tuoy tliuu in»i)og«< to««e:ip<9 in'.o tl.o wooilsi, and although largo number of porsotH juiiiiij in tha tfy letit night, they hitV(> »at y«t byyu eaptui'* K'lttf C»-»»i» Mut-i)«r Trial. CUK'.in", 8;,'pt. 'JL—Ttw Wc/rk of «uc<irliig i jury tu tL'u Ci-uiuiv trial «rso r^um-jd »t ju U*t«il fs?ur hytii'i During shut Mats tu > >ur.v liii . .. :•. ...,..i i:i 1'rtiptM-ty Ituruud* 'NKW YUIIK, Si'pc. HI.—Si-vrnl of the >uililin;.H of the I/»onard & Ellis oil re- rii'a at Shiuly Sido, N. J., were burned ust ol^ht with.a large quantity of refined >il. Tlio loia may roach 4500,000. A REMINISCENCE. S. saw the wild honey bee kissing a rose, A wee one, that KI'QWH • )own low on the bush, where her slKters.above Cannot HOG all that'H dona As the moments roll on, for hear alltho whispers and murmurs of love. They f aunt out their beautiful Icavti to the aun, And they llirt, every one, With the wild beos who parss, and the> gay butter- And that weo thing lu pink- Why, tlicy neiyr ouee think That she's v.-on a lover right under their eyes. t reminded me, Kate, nf a Wine—you knowwhenl You were BO petlto then, * four divsses wero. sh«j|^ and your feet were BO small. ' Your flistci's, Maiid, Belle And Madt'lhif?—well, They both Bet their cajia for me, after that ball. low the blue eye* mid black eyes smiled up In my face! w i'\vuw a iHH-'U am! neck race, Till that day when you opened the door In the hall, • And looked up and looked down, Vt'ith your uwoet eyes of brown, Aud you hoem&d so tiny and I felt so UUl. Your sisters had sent you to keep mo, my doar, Till they should appear. Then you were, dismissed, like a child lu disgrace, How meekly you went! IJnt your browu eyes, they sent A thrill to my heart anil a flush to my face. We always were meeting Boino way after that, You hung up my hat, And got It again when 1 finished my call. Sixteen, ami so sweet I O those cuto little feetl ' Shall I ever forget iiow they tripped down the hull' Shall I over forget tho first kiss by the door, Or tho vows murmured o'er, Or tlio ntgo rtn«A surprtso of ^lutul-Bello? Well-*. ilgy, How swiftly time, HOWH! And who wouM BII UKDEH NEW YOKK STOllE, IsAgoutfor Applegate's. Patent Electric Alao, Agent for tlio Dr. Gassner ana J. A. Barralt DBY CELL GALVANIC I am prepared to put In Door Bells, Burglar Alarms, Wtttcnmttn'a Detector's and felectrlc Motors. 0, & N, W. TIME TABLE, Atlantlo Ex 2:43 ft, m I Sterling fas9...e :!19 a. m Limited Pass. 8:52 a. m. 1:69 p. m 3:40 a. m.' Clinton Denver Paclflo Ex 2:228, m. Sterling Pass.B.-OO p, in. Limited Fasa. 4:04 p. in. OllntonPass Denver 1:1S p. m. 8:58 " That a ben coukl have carried me so fur away» -Ella Wht-ttkr. An Alubumu Neura Ulllmi bj a Hear. Yestorday three negroes—Ned Taylor, Jim 'Robinson anil Joo Sweeny—wont equirre! hunting--in-Uie swamps of the Warren river, o few miles from Carthage, Ala. In n hollow stump they found two young bears, and attempted to capture thera ulivu. While they wore tying 0110 of tbo cubs the mother suddenly appeared on tho set-no and Attacked Taylor. His gun was knocked out of his hand and tho imar 8cjz«d him .around tlio body. Taylor's companion* weru so badly frigl»U>eod thukUiey tirop^od thulr guns and ile>l from tln> «[>o'., Whe« they roturned hull" an hour !at«-r they fuiind Taylor ileiid ami torn to [>;.««« by the teeth iiiid cliiw^ of the bear, Th« cuba in * trt'e, but the old boor gl FiUUOHT TKAIM3 TH AT !"A8aiUJOltF3, OOINO KABT. aOIHO WK8T. NO, 18. ........ .....8.1S p. IB.INO. 85 ...... -...,7:40 ». IB. No. 48...—. ..... 6:50 a. m. No. 17...™... 10:52 a. m. QO1NO EAST. I OOIKU WK8T. 8-PaasenKer 6sW a.m.|36— l"as»enger.4:20o.in, 78 -Freight.... .«:« ji.m.lll— Freight. ..... &:00a,m ABHIVB PBOM BAST. 70 — l"nssenger...9:00p,m. 77-Freight. 8:40a,m. ABK1TK FHOM WEST. 96— Passenger 10:su». m. 42 -Frclglit......8:30p.m. Passenger Mo, 36 conuecu with trains east and west ou Clinton Branch; with O. It. I & 1>. It. It. at Itocklalaiid CMt ana west; with inaln llus lor uolnts west, Council Blulls, Uraaha and beyond aiid (or Kansas City and paints beyond. |~\O NOT DELAY TOtlE BUBSClltl'riCM FOB ^ UPPfftCQTT'S ^AOftZJNE, flblch now lUadb la tbe Croat raufc vi uouUily jiulllsft- Udud ill id ocoQplsi tho posit I wit of A LEADER AMOHO LEADERS, B«ch nnmlHir conUSnt A COllPtETE KOVEL, >1» » 'ttwralqoiatlly ormll« Uaixfiou* mjtttftt at no inwrvBUaa uul Ittstruotiyj BitOM. OM r«»r'« jubsotitUoa Ehw« LIBRARY OF 12 COMPLETE NOVELS •r American mthon, toa«t'.(af •rflto -AN AUl.'NDJtKCE )fc'HU01iT STOttJBS. yOilMS^ £SSA_Y3, ftlfd.ffiftttscB , rf uodiaallatQrwCtogflQCral xt*A»tt f NEARLY TWO THOUSAND :h« ftuuftl» rf Mngflnir title la wdluomsd la # iJ todtjr Us i writ&ra of tb« k&t hA?a b f; a* iims wtll, from tliaa t& tine, b« A Q!STiNCT!VE PLACE OF ITS CWN, AmSSU Hlvs*, I»g»t StvH-js, John I i *!>!** rtMi t ^4*** FuwMit, CujvUiu CLsuica Kisuf, U.S.A., iinfcca iH=«, 51, £IHoU8««»-«lS. 9*1 ID* IS-vUm. SUutU'-T* lUrrywo-n, C^wMft, and in*f>7 lii^flFO will o»yairrb-.i ( >) ia i(* f'tso* f*f is§s. K-s? ui-'y sltUi prasentMl b>- "if STOPS THE PAIN

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