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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 January 1904

HHUJIimiUUIB THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefe, Publloher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. Brief Telegrams A flro of unknown origin did $50,000 damngo to tho cigar factory of tbo Michigan stata prison. Secretary Hay made Ms first ap pearance nt tMf Blnto department Tuesday ntter Ills Illness of the past fo wceki. Plro gutted three business blocks on Morrlmac street nt Lowell, Mass., entailing a loss estimated nt $200,000. Flvo firemen were Injured. Figures nro bolng compiled at tho ofllces of tho Union Pacific in Omaha for tho remodeling of tho ofllcc build ing and making it moro flroproof. Senator Quay has Introduced n bill Authorizing tho president to appoint Major General John P. Drooko, a lieutenant general, on tho retired list. After a suspension of sovcral weeks for repairs It Is announced that tho Edgar Thompson steel works at Pitts burg, Pa., will rcsumo operations in full. Tho big smelter of tho North Amer ican Copper company which closed down at Grand Encampment, Wyo., for extensive r...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 January 1904

ft I hn S- m.!-;,! iltJE; OIRL HALFWAY STO R Y O F Y K. HOUGH. AlTllUIl OP T U 1'. STORY OF THK COWBOY CofyriehttJ, lvos, by I) Attltlon & Cmtnr, Mew York wW2fianAta&wSMw'llp0wWjVa CHAPTER XIII. Continued. The hours grow older. At the head of tho hall the musicians manifested more signs of their Inexorable purpose. A sad protesting squeal camo from tho accotdlon. The violins moaned, but were held firm. Tho worst might bo precipitated at any moment. But again there was a transfer of the general attention toward tho upper' ;enu or the hall. The door once more jopened, and there appeared a llttlo group of three persons, on whom there was fixed a regard so steadfast and !so silent that It might well have been peon that they woro strangers to all present. Of the three, one was a tall and slender man, who carried him pelf with that ease which, Itself uncon scious, causes self-consciousness In Ahoso still some generations back of tit. Upon tho nrm of this gentleman Jwas a lady, als...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 January 1904

Tr e Famous G REASONS The Famous ..THE .. RIGHT GOODS nt tho RIGHT PRICES nc c- v'l BEST GOODS LOWCST PRICES W!aMME There are 45 reasons why we should have your patronage. We will name only 3 and they are so good that you wont want to know the other 42 - t No. 1 The Largest and Newest Stock for Men . No. 2 Best Goods and Lowest Prices No. 3 We are Advertisers of Facts Dictators of Popular Prices e are yes on all Winter Clofhin? for the next 1. Remember, NEW GOODS for LESS HONEY than the other fellow is charging you for "OLD GOODS MEN'S OVERCOATS $395 In all styles, Long-, Short, Medium, Wc start 'em at 100 MEN'S FINE SUITS $11.95 Cheviots. Cassimeres, Vccimas finely tailored, all colors and cuts, sold up to SiG.oo, now y&ur free choice for ------ - While they last, small sizes 29 Suits for Men worth $7.50 for --.-.- Hen's Cotton Sox three pairs for - - 10c The Best $3.50 Shoe .. IN THKWOUM) IH THE .. DOUG-LASS SHOE We sell tliom at Factory prices Boys' Underwear ,Ap one small lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 January 1904

i r'J a'. Soc'oty H tr- Vi N MB The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of the City and County, Largest Circu lation of any Ah liance Paper. VOLUME XI, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, JAN, 29, 1904, NUMBER G I, ft t. K A - & - a$ W 4i vtr. 4 ; i f ii 1 jr. A CAR LOAD OF FRESH Oranges Just Received i Hoc, :tfc, 40c. 45c mid 80c dozen for litre, swept Nuvnl Oranges. Pantry apple, per peek 30c; perbiiBlic, 111 boxes $1.73 every npplo Kood. .Inst looelved a ear IimkI of velvot flour (lie kind Hint can't lie beat $1.20 per ack. Also ear load of assorted entitled Roods can make good prices. Will duplicate any price and grade on any price list In tho country. UrliiR thorn In. LARGEST STOCK in Noimnvr.sTEitr nkiiiiavka Alliance Grocery Co. AoososoaesosrtoeoooAaeeecse a o e o o o a e 0 0 o 9 0 0 :d:e35LEList In Alliance 1G-30 of every month. Office over The Famous . , . 'Phone 391. 009eo0eeoeoso90009e008e90 Wanted Well sorted potatoes. A. D. RODGliRS. A new DeLaval cream...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 January 1904

ARKANSAS TRAVELER RESPONDED. Got Back In Rhyme at Missouri Pa cific'fi General Passenger Agent. H. C. Townsond. general passenger nnd ticket agent of the Missouri Pa cific with hoatlquartcrs nt St. Louis, sent out n novol holiday greeting to patrons of tho road and was surprised to receive a response In rhymo from n man In Arkansas. Horo is tho greet ing followed by the answer: Thl ix the train tlint rutin o fit Actus the filHlnn to mountain lt; This )( tho train thiil'a neicr late, And kreps It ervlco tip to dute. Till H tho train that runs out West. Anil liken ou there for work or rrdts This In the train thut run to tho land Of woiinUltiB hlph and canons urund; This Ih n true hotel mi wheel. Jt (reive to you tho herd of tneali; Tliln In the trnln llti low Oft rate Ht I.ouln to tho riolden Onto If you ahottld wlnh to ko that waj, Bob H. r. Townsend, O. I A. This Id what tho Arkansas traveler wroto In response: II C Townwml, O. P. A: 1 received votir enrd to-dny, And I'm wrltliiK no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 January 1904

ER SOLDIERS COERCES) DA.NKERS. ?3& f I TT' r TO B C Miss Gannon, Scc'y Detroit Amateur Art Association, tells young women what to do to avoid pain and suffering caused by female troubles. " Dear Mna. Pijjkiiam : I can con scientiously recommend Lydin 12. 1 ink ham's Vegetable Compound to thoso of my bisters suffering with female weakness nnd the troubles which so often befall women. I suf fered for months with pencr."l weak ness, nnd felt bo weary that 1 had hard work to keep up. I had shooting pains, nnd was utterly miserable. In my dis tress I was advised to use Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, and it was a red letter day to mo when I took tho first dose, for at that time my restoration bepan. In bIx weeks 1 was a chanped woman, perfectly well in every respect. I felt eo elated and happy that I want all women who suffer to get well as I did." Jlisa CJuii.a. Oannok, 3."D Jones St., Detroit, Mich., Secretary Amateur Art Association. J 5000 forfeit If original of above Utt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 January 1904

Zhc Iberalb. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. T, J. O'KEEFE Publlslier J 11. KNIEST Associate Ktlitor Entered at Oio postonice nt Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission tlirotigti the mails, ns second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES: Display, per single column inch per month 5 Business locals, per lino first insertion .10 Each subsequent insertion, per line .05 Legal notices at statute rates. CiT Tim Hkrali is the Official Publica tion of Box Butte county and its circula tion is nearly twice that of any other Al liance paper. Subscription, $1.50 por year in advance. Jnminr came in like a lamb, appar ently, but the recent unprecedented cold snap proves that it was a bliz zard in lamb's clothing. Emperor Menolik of Jibuli, French Somaliland, has recently sent two lions to President Roosevelt as a mark of friendship. The pets will no doubt ro quiro strenuous training before they will be allowed tho privilege of the white house grounds. Mayor Harrison and seven others were arrested last Tuesday charged...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 January 1904

aB L ? A; r IP 4 HEMINGFORD. IKcltli L. Pierce Is fully authorized to so licit subscriptions nnd jofi work mill collect anil receipt for same, and tmnsnct nil oilier business In connection with hl.s position as nu accredited representative of this paper. P. H. Fitch went to Alliance Tues day. Kcrtha Rowland is attending school in town now. Alonzo Sherwood was an Alliance visitor Tuesday. Arthur Osgood won the bicycle in the raflle this week. ( 13. Fendrich will give n dance at Dunlap Friday evening. v There will he a basket social at Dun lap Friday of this week. Geo. Carter has another daughter, born Monday, January 25. H. E. Johnson went to Alliance Tuesday returning Wednesday. Tony Kuhn has been very sick with scarlet fever but is now much better. Claude Brown will brake on the passenger out of Alliance henceforth. Ira Bushnell has had a force of meu at work, this week filling his ice house. Alice Potmesil has ironn linmn fnr the present to care for her mother who is ill. Tim Morr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 January 1904

THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Kcefo, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. Brief Telegrams J. M. Hagnman, the founder of Con rordla, Knn., Is tteml nt the ngo of 74 years. Adjutant General John 8. Saunderfl of the Mnryland nntionnl guard Iff dead nt Annnpolls. Tiis death of Horman F. A. Rodell, promlnont In Illinois Grand Army cir cles, occurred at Poldn, 111. Senator Quay Introduced n bill pro viding for the admission of Oklahoma and Indtan Territory ns ono state. Tho directors of tho Erie railroad declared a 2 por cont r.eml-nnnunl div idend on tho first preferred stock. A dispatch from Pelting nays that missionaries who have- arrived there report that Prlnco Tunn Is seriously 111. It Is reported that a sorlotiB hattlo has taken placo between the govern ment troops nnd tho Insurgents In Uruguay, the Insurgents losing heav ily. Senator Penrose Introduced a bill pro hibiting the Issuing or paying of mon ey orders or tho registering of letters on Sunday. Tho Northern Pacific directors have de...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 January 1904

t ft ,J$fM,,Vi?',ftwVl OIT O W T V A & o a . ;w HALFWAY HOUSE A STORY OF THE PLAINS BY K HOl'Oll, At'THOR OK TIIH STORY Ol' TUB COWltOY tj rtehttJ, 190$, by P. AtH'ti & Comtam, A'rw Yerk (fltXiJffcowatJ CHAPTER XIV. Another Hour. "But It Bcoms as though I hnd al ways known you." said Frankllu, turn ing again toward the tall figure at the window. There was no reply to this, neither was there wavorlng In the at titude of the head whose glossy back was turned to him at that moment. "It was llko sonio forgotten strain or nuifclc!" he blundered on, feeling how hopeless, how distinctly absurd Avas all his speech. "I surely must always havo known you, somewhere!" Mary Ellen still gazed out of tho window. In her mind there was a scene strangely different from this which she beheld. She recalled tho green forests and the yellow farms of Loulsburg, tho droning bees, tho broken flowers and all the details of that sodden, stricken field. With a shudder there came over her a swift resent...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 January 1904

r5ex& MwH lamari Tre Famous BIS f GOODS LOWEST PRICES GOOD REASONS The Famous I t& K THE RIGHT GOODS nt the RIGHT PRICES There are 45 reasons why we should have your patronage. We will name only 3 and they are so good that you wont want to know the other 42 f t -- - No. 1 The Largest and Newest Stock for Men . No. 2 Best G-oods and Lowest Prices No. 3 We are Advertisers of Facts Dictators of Popular Prices e are Slashing Valises on all Winter Clothim u v Remember, NEW GOODS for LESS HONEY than the other fellow is charging you for OLD GOODS BweSSPB MEN'S OVERCOATS $395 In all styles, Long, Short, Medium, We start 'em at 100 MEN'S FINE SUITS $11.95 Cheviots. Cassimeres, Vecimas finely tailored, all colors and cuts, sold up to $iG.oo, now your free choice for - - - - Hen's Cotton Sox three pairs for - - 10c The Best $3.50 Shoe Marine Calf Shoes .. . IN THE WOULD IS THE .... DOUG-LASS SHOE Wc mU tlioin nt Factory prices While they last, small sizes 29 Suits for Men worth $7.50 A...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 January 1904

KeElM"! Tre Famous ncsr GOODS LOWEST PRICES GOOD REASONS The Famous THE RIGHT GOODS at the RIGHT PRICES K99Rx&9l There are 45 reasons why we should have your patronage. "We will name only 3 and they are so good that you wont want to know the other 42 t j- ! f f- No. 1 The Largest and Newest Stock for Men . No. 2 -Best G-oods and Lowest Prices No. 3 We are Advertisers of Facts Dictators of Popular Prices "V i it O "W T -et 44 TTTT V I U i a .. . . e are Masmnsr values on all winter l othmtr tor the next o Davs Remember, NEW GOODS for LESS HONEY than the other fellow is charging you for OLD GOODS BEZ351 MEN'S OVERCOATS In all styles, Long-, Short, Medium, We start 'em at $395 Hen's Cotton Sox 1 fmsy three pairs for - - A J w The Best $3.50 Shoe Marine Calf Shoes ,. IN THE WOUM) J5 Till: .... DOUG-LASS SHOE We mjII them lit Factory prices 100 MEN'S FINE SUITS Cheviots. Cassimercs, Vecimas finely tailored, all ? -g -g tfK far colors and cuts, sold up to $i0.oo, now your L B M jB fre...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 February 1904

The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of the City and County. Largest Circu lation of any Al liance Paper, VOLUME XI. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA: FRIDAY, FEB, 5, 1904. NUMBER 7 i '-.tyir I . 1 at Bl - fv lWPSk. POTATOES We can handle po tatoes now any day that weather per mits. Only well sorted Early Ohio wanted. XDIEJIfcTTISarS w In Alliance 16-300! every month. " Office over The Famous . . . 'Phone 391. o eceasec9999eaeo00 Call at the Midway. Atiley .V Wilson handle the only I'nlon Made Uecr in town. O-tf. For Sale A No. at this office. 1 milk cow. Inquire Wanted Well sorted potatoes. A. D. Rodgers. A new DeLaval cream separator to trade for cows or calves. Reason for selling I need one twice as large. J. R. VanBobkirk. Two good individual grade bulls for sale or trade at bargain price. J. K. VanBoskirk. Macaroni wheat and beardless bar ley for sale. J. R. VanBoskirk. Good feeding hay at low price. J. R. VanBoskirk. Rowan's for flour, rye and graham. Carpet and drap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 February 1904

The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of the City and County. Largest Circu lation of any Al liance Paper. VOLUME XI, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY. NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, FEB, 5, 1904, NUMBER 7 4? 3 J w ir t c -U wir m to POTATOES We can handle po tatoes now any day that weather per mits. Only well sorted Early Ohio wanted. Alliance Grocery Co. T- "tT! -NT rpTCi'T' mi ml J -l-N .k. w. rw mm. In Alliance 16-30 of every month. Office over The Famous , . . 'Phone 301. e Call at the Midway. Abler .V Wilson handle the only I'nlon Miulc Hccr in town. Mf. For Sale A No 1 milk cow. Inquire at this office. Wanted Well sorted potatoes. A. D. Rodgkrs. A new DeLaval cream separator to trade for cowb or calves. Reason for selling I need one twice as large. J. R. VanBoskirk. Two good individual grade bulls for sale or trade at bargain price. J. K. VanBoskirk. Macaroni wheat and beardless bar ley for sale. J. R. VanBoskirk. Good feeding hay at low price. J. R. VanBoskirk. Rowan's for flour, rye and ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 February 1904

THE ALLIANCE HERALD i T. J. O'Kccro, Publlohor. ALLIANCE, " NEBRASKA. News in Brief Commodore Schoder, In command of th" Germnn West lndlnn squndron, Iiqb been appointed a rear admiral. W. W. Russell, at present socretary of legation nt Caracas, hns been ap pointed chargo of tho American lega tion at Panama. Secretary Moody proposes two plans for tho naval program next yoar. Ono entails an expenditure or J34.000.000 and tho second lor $30,000?)00. V. A. McKownn, ex-secretary of tho University of California, pleaded guilty to tho chargo of embezzlement. Ho will bo sentenced February 12. Complete donlal to tho chargo by D. I). Groff In tho postal fraud enscs that Immunity had been offered him Is mado by Postmaster Inspector Mayer. Gavornors of tho Now York Stock Exchange havo decided to romovo tho Btocka of tho Amorlcan Steel Foun dries company from the list traded In on tho exchnngo. William E. Curtis writes of tho discovery of tho tombs of ancient Egyptian klngB nt Luxor, which be c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 February 1904

& f K r V r T. - 14 J. JC' ;&5Wlrrfifti$Ji IMH; GIRL AT THE HALFWAY HOUSE A STORY OFT HE PLAINS PY K. HOl'GII, At'THOR OH T1IK STORY Ol' TUB COWIIOY Cttltrithttd, 1903, by V. Attttttn & Camany, A'en Ycrk tatfJjSWWtfSyW&uwlWfcwtftyWtwtftyW CHAPTER XV Continued. In the swift current of humanity then streaming up anil down the cattle rango, the reputation of the Halfway House was carried far and near: and for fifty miles east and west, for flvo hundred miles north and south, tho beauty of the girl at the Halfway House was matter of general story. About her there grew a saga of the cow range, and sho was spokon of with awo from tho Brazos to tho Blue. Many n rudo cowman made long pil grimage to verify rumors he had heard of tho personal beauty, the per sonal sweetness of nature, tho personal. Kindness or heart, and yet tho personal -reserve and dignity of this now god dess, whoso like was not to be found iu all the wldo realms of the range. For each of those rude, silent...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 February 1904

y& Zhc loeralo, PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. T, J. O'KEEFE Puhllshor J B. KNIEST Associate Editor Entered at tho poitofhco nt Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES: Display, per single column inch per month 5 Business locals, per line first inicrtion . 10 Each subsequent insertion, per lino .05 Legal notices nt statute rates. ST The Hkrami is the Official Publica tion of Box Butto county and' its circula tion is nearly twice that of any other Al liance paper. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Furniture and all house furnishings from "kitchen to parlor" sold on easy pay ments. B. F. Lockwood Co. G. V. Harmon, of the Auburn Tele phone Co., arrived in the city Wednesday and will spend a few days looking after the company's business. R. B. Hamilton's mothbr died at Min der Saturday after a brief illness, her death being the result of a paralytic stroke. She was 74 years of age. Mr. Hamilton and son Harry attt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 February 1904

! u tf MS! yft- 4. I &. OC if . ir . i - W. A. Hampton, President A. S. Rkbd, Vice President ,'4226 First National Bank, ALLIANCE. NEBRASKA. Capital, $50,000. - Surplus and Profits, $20,000 Directors: W. A. Hampton. A. S. Reed E. C. Hampton. R. M Hampton. sasS S ( 1JI M Dierks' Lumber Coal Co The best work Is the cheapest Do you know who does it? BV RFFVFS The Painter- PaPer Hanger and . I. lUililiJOj Decorator. Work guaranteed. PHONB 385. Dray and Transfer Line. W them The only spring dray Phone 139. Coffee Sc Dowd PROPRIETORS Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Agent for FRED KHUG HREWING CO , SELECT CABINET, EXTRA PALE and Other Popular Hruuds. . : JPaaacLlsr Trade Solicited. Goods Delivered to anv part of the citv. Comtt and TJs. Phone-206 ftps- mmWl I grry 'er-g- -g -y ' ;j , . ....--,.. .. j"":.-.!.? rv.' '."- HOLSTEN'S PHARMACY.... Is One of tho Most Stores in Nebraska Prescriptions Carefully tgg. Watches and Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty F. . HOI.STEN, Proprietor. T3 'a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 February 1904

RFl Mrs. Hughson, ' of letter follows, is another woman in high position who owes her health to the use of Lydia E Pinfcham's Vegetable Compound u Dear Mrs. Pinkham: I suffered for several ycara with general tvcrikiiosa and bearing-down paint, caused by womb trouble My appo . tiio was fitful, and I would Ho awake for hours, and could not Bleep, until I seomod more weary in the morning than when I retired. After reading ono of your advertisements I decided to try the merits of Lydla 13. Pinlcliam'M Vcgctablo Compound, and I am 80 glad I did. No ono can describe tho good it did mo. I took three bottles faithfully, and besides building' up my gonorol health, it drovo all disease and poison out of my body, and rnado mo feel as spry and active as a young girl. Mrs. Pinkham medicines aro certainly all they aro claimed to be?' Mas. M. E. HuaiisoK-, 047 East Ohio St., Chicago, III. Mrs. Pinkham Tells How Ordinary Tasks Produco liisplncemonts. Apparently trifling incidents In -woman's daily ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 February 1904

f U u V 'J I J .. f-x--::c4-aiHKWf4f:fMf! Jfttk S-XPK!. MARK. Big Risks Loss of Tims. Less cf Money, Loss cf Place, Loss of Comfort, til follow In the train cf net u:ine Jacobs Oil For Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lumbarjo, Sciatica, Sprains It has cured thousands. Will euro you, Prl:o 25c. and 50c. .HHC-MHHfe Hospital for Insane Indians. The national hospital for Insane In dians, at Canton, S. D., 1ms finished Its first year. At the beginning It had thirty-four patients, half Its capacity. In a fow months It was filled. Accord ing to Superintendent Gifford the num ber of Insane Indians Is constantly in creasing, the chief cause being tie npondency. Lack of nctive occupation, hunting and the like Is the chief cause of this. Ido not bclIevoPIso's euro for Consumption bus an equal tor coughs and colds. John E UoTEn, Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb. IB, 1900. The Count to Retire. Count Wolkensteln, who has acted ns Austro-Hungartan ambassador to France since 189G, Is to retire. Ad vancing ago and...

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