The Cushing Herald. (Cushing, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, November 11, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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After a man hu been
I years whenever he g*U hi thoea p® -
i&hed be fe«U aa if be wm doing hi*
From the Wai! wife *
Bring the prai of malaria, fererw *«< , Shall >• Keep the PhUJpflMf
other which m*r prove conu*i«u ' While pnblic opicion i% divided aa U
A NATION Or DYSPEPTICS-
mrvm Utf M<mntMnttr% WaXMCLa, S. Dakota.
The remorse of a guilty gtoaoarb i« what
a large majority of to. peop le are s uffering
the wisdom of keeping the Philippines,
H is. however, all one " ay in regard
In their own lamilies. Ilood'i .e r*ap*rUl*
if a special boon to soldiers, because it
eradicate-; all civas* %~rw, builds pp th j to the wisdom of everybody keeping NOBODY WANTS A CONFLICT.
debilitated ty;U-m and brings back health. ■ their health. For this purpose Has-
Every returned v :: er and every friend! tetters Stomach Bitters is widely used.
and revive of v,!d ers should take 1 hUl medicine is both preventive and
.. ,, ... core for malarial fevers and stomach
Hood s Sarsaparilla
A Mil ill I -*** -* ■ — MaJt.l. . "*S . ,l_ r 1
A girl without money is the moat
ai ^ * imt gQ uuijuiii/ wt —B
Tne Country Not Prepared For end ^th today. Dvt;*p.>aU a characteristic
' " American disease and it ti frequently stated
that -*• u nation of dyspeytyfe
Fashoda Not Worth War.
i Greatest Medicine. R; ilifor&
Hood's Pills enre >ck h<- dacbe. e r
following Storm* a MUa High.
The United States weather bureai
is about to make the experiment of
following the course of storms and
cold waves, from the Rocky mountains
to the A!!eghanies. at an altitude of a
mile from the '■arth's surface. This
Is to be accomplished by means of a
•cries of fifteen or twenty high-level
observing stations. By means of sim-
ultaneous observations made at these
stations it is hoped that Important
facts may be developed. At the height
•f j mile the diurnal variations of tem-
perature felt at the earth's surface
practically disappear, and the progress
of a storm at that elevation is free
from the distracting elements introduc-
ed by local effe<-ts near the ground.
Hero-worship is too often but anoth
V name for self-esteem.
Next to beefsteak, love ia probabli
the moat divine thing in the world.
How It this? &
Perhaps sleepless nights
csuted it, or grief, or sick-
ness, or perhaps it was care.
No matter what the cause,
you cannot wish to look old
Gray hair is starved hair.
The hair bulbs have been
deprived of proper food or
proper nerve force.
increases the circulation in
the scalp, gives more power
to the nerves, supplies miss-
ing elements to the hair
Used according to direc-
tions, gray hair begins to
show color in a few days.
Soon It has all the softness
and richness of youth and
the color of early lire returns.
Would you like our book
on the Hair? Wo will gladly
send It to you.
Wrilo vol V
If you do not obtain all thb
benefits you expected from
the Vigor, write the doctor
about it. He may be able to
suggest something of value
to you. Address, Dr. J. C.
a t -«• r PA I /"><!•/• II Marc
IlouW. .id.J.v.r, at.TI. T"P. >7 7.V
WYKOFF. SFAMANS 8 BENEDICT,
105 West Blh St.. Kiimns city, mo
JUSTIN, 1,000 IWrh-
Tariff. Ury go to
quick bortri at old
I op, Jt'tv' RlffflT tl&'
■ , tic low creryona— Ilargnint in
L'KlVl.HOM°A K M• GO.."ilTll''wmr'N^V.
. CURE YOURSELF!
I !'•« 111k «l fur unnatural
I ill«i -lim ■(<>., i h nmil lit ti t ion n ,
| irritation. or ulceration.
of luiicou. nKUibnuirK.
£ll*r. au ceotait.a. ,„cl not •■till).
W'rit Evans Chimio*lOo. k«-«t <>r polaonou.. •
Note by nrnmlala,
or tent In plain wrarpcr,
by egnreaa, prepaid, fur
il.di, or 3 bofflea, # .7.V
Circular aunt on roqu.it
Lata Prlacipa1. Kxamin«r V. M. Petition Bar«aa.
Syr*.In la*l war.lftmljuiltcaUii*claims,atty •iuoa.
_ quick relief and
ic of tOKtimnntala and 1 O rinya'
a BONK, Atlanta, Ua.
b of bad health that TUT A N fl
H«Mid r, renin to Itfpana Chrmlcal
•r 'At tamplM and 1.000 tcMtuionl'U
h/rup. TmUi Uood. Use
d by dfVKU
W. N. U>—WICHITA.— N0.45-I8UH
Khcn Answcriun XiUtrthcmoats Kind!)
Mcaiicq IliUJMer, .
generous thing on earth.
Read th« AdirrllMiaacU.
Von will enjoy this publication mncb
better if yon will get in the habit oj
reading the advertisements; they will
afford a most interesting study and
some excellent bargains. Our adver-
tisers are reliable, and send what they
Tlie average girl's idea of modesty li
to blush when any one mentions gar-
Englaad'a Xaval Activity Cau« I'eaal-
mtatlr Conmanu From the Parta Pa-
r*"—Coal Bought |n PhlUdelphla
for th* British Ship*.
xmpropar food, harrieJ eating, mantal
i worry, exhaustion: any of these produce a
I lack of vitality in the system, by causing
: the blood to lose its li/e-iustaing elements.
! Tne blood is t-e vital elemost in our lives
j and <bon!4 t« carefully nartured. Restore
! tee blood to it# proper condition, dyspepsia
| will vanish and go^i health follow'.
I For exe-jple. in the county of Pembina,
North Dakota, a few mile; from Walhaila,
re-ides Mr. Earnest Snider, a man of ster-
i:ng integr.ty, whose veracity cannot tie
doubted, lie says:
Oar country friend kfaotild not fall to carry
ho-r.e a bor of I>r. MoJIr tnl rtTHi^i Tt ih-
los f€,mdrra . It M the best remedy ever
uved t'.T Wornn Teethln* and the Bowel
disorders of children and only cosu a ceata
liewareof the man who says he love*
his neighbor better than himself; he's
either a fool or a fibber.
Sire. Wiaslow'a Raataiaf ay rap
for rhll-lrra u-etbinc.aofteoi tha ruaia.raduraa laSa«
alloo. alla/a pata. cure* wLad colic. U cula a boala
The religious devotee burns a lot ol
incense and the editor b -rns a lot ol
.*" ol Dr. Klio* a (.raat >'ar a Kaatorar.
K*nd I r Kit KK 94.OO trial boltla and trratiaa.
"a R. M. fcLl.ii. Ltd..*31 ArcD St.. FbiUdaipbia. fa
Little thinks frequently annoy a
man—small boarding bouse steaks, foi
We will forfeit $1,000 If any of onr put*
Ushed testimonial* are proven to be net
genuine. Tub Piso Co., Warren, Fa.
Which ever way a man first kisses a
girl, he wishes he had done it som<
Women are more successful at coiv
ceialing their feelings than men, be
cause they have so many of them the]
A Maw Idea.
The maa who believes in making tht
worst of everything happened to se«
the Washington monument looming
up In the distance. Immediately h«
hesved a deep sigh. "What's the trou'
ble?" Inquired the friend. "Don't H
suit you?" "Not quite." "It has been
approved by the monument experts
from all parts of the world." "It 1s
very good as far as It goea. But If
some enterprising man would fit It up
with mercury and a glass tube what a
fine thing It would be for measuring
this weather."—Washington Star.
How Adam Was Punished.
The other day, In a Sunday-school
class of boys between the ages of six
and ten, a question was asked as to
how God punishes Adam for disobey'
Ing Him. There was sllenoe for i
moment or no, and then one bright
boy said: "Please, sir, Ood took away
one of his ribs and gave him a wife.'
Expressions of Natura.
Acta are the language of natura.
When let alone they are true to nature.
As words express the Inner, unseen ex-
erclscs of thought, so the acts as ths
language of nature are the expression*
the visible Images of the heart—Its ex-
ercises and states.—Dr. J. H. Hall.
A Valuable Adjanefc
Squilldlg—"Iiobson Intends to raise
the Cristobal Colon by means of air-
bags." McSwIlllgen—"If his supply of
wind-bags becomes exhausted he might
go to Havana and capture Blanco."—
No Time T.ost.
"I wonder why It Is that meetings ot
(he unemployed are nlways called
Bund&y." "That la so the men who at-
tend will not be forced to lose a day
from their work."—Exchange.
THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS
is due not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the euro anil skill with which it is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to tho California Fig Srnur
Co. only, and we wish to Impress upon
all the importance of purchasing the
true and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs Is manufactured
by the CALiroiiNiA Flo Syrup Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthlesa
imitations manufactured by other par-
ties. The high standing of the Cali-
fornia Fio Svhup Co. with tho medi-
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which tho genuino Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
tho name of tho Company a guaranty
of the excellcnce of its remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken-
ing them, auil it doea not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
the Company —
Paris, Sot 4 —France is regarding
Knjfland with anxious eyes. Every-
thing indicates the warlike spirit pre-
vailing across the channel. All the
journals record the British navai prep-
arations with pessimistic comments.
Nobody here desires war. In the first
p.ace. Fashoda is not worth it. In the
second place, France is not ready. If
force is resorted to it will be England
that insists upon it.
The Temps even advocates the avoid-
ance of a struggle at any cost.
"t ranee," it argues, "ought to con-
sider her interests and those of civil-
ization, both of which forbid an ap-
peal to arms. She ought to preserve
her dignity by imparting a new char-
acter to her relations with the United
Kingdom. Some victories, either
diplomatic or otherwise, are dearly
purchased By abusing a momentary
advantage the risk is run of determin-
ing the general direction of interna-
tional politics in a sense quite opposite
to the real interest of the country
whii.-b seems to triumph."
This means presumably that Eng-
land is in a strong position, but that if
she pushes France too hard she risks
bringing about an European coalition
against her everywhere abroad.
Philadelphia, Nov. 3.—The proba-
bility of a war between England and
France received fresh impetus here
yesterday by England's purchase of a
large umount of American coal for Im-
mediate delivery at her West India
naval stations. The first. shipments
are to be sent to Kingston, to be fol-
lowed by vessels to Bermuda and De-
merara, the principal points in the
West Indies subject to Great Britain.
It is also proposed to discharge a part
of the purchase at St. Thomas, a Dan-
ish island, where hulks will be used
Hoxo Kojto, Nov. 3.—Extraordinary
activity has prevailed in naval and
military circles here duriJlg the last
tew days. The British first class
cruiser Powerful has just taken on
board over 2,000 tons of coal and all
the other British warships here are
taking on board stores and ammuni-
tion. It is reported that they have
been ordered to be ready for sea im-
The British second class cruiser
Bonaventure has been recalled from
Manila and arrived here last night.
She is now coaling with all possible
It is reported that British gunboats
have been ordered to rendezvous here.
At the navy yard the ordnance depart-
ment is most active and is engaged in
mounting siege guns.
The DocUt't DitaQrttd.
"'I became eerionsly ill three year* ago.
The doctor gave me medicine for indiges-
tion, but I continued to become worse. I
had several physicians at intervals who
gave me some relief, but the disease woulU
return with all its accustomed severity.
"I read in the newspapers articles re-
garding the wonderful curative powers of
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People,
and finally concluded to try the pilis. I
purchased six boxes. This was five months
ego. The first box gave me much relief.
1 continued taking the pills, and after
using four boxei
These pills are recognized everywhere ass
specific for diseases of the blood and nerves,
r or paralysis, locomotor ataxia, and other
diseases long snppo-o 1 i
proved their efTW.e.- <t>
_ irahie.they have
'hc.mandi of cases.
AFTERMATH OF THE RAID.
EUROPE GLAD^TO KEEP OUT.
Spain Can Expect No Aid From tha
Paris, Nov. i.—The Echo de Paris
to-day expresses strong approval of
the speech delivered at Worcester,
Mass., by Senator Iloar, in which he
denounced the so-called policy of
American extension. The paper men-
tioned quoted the speech fully and re-
marks that all American political men
"apparently do not agree with the pol-
icy of conquest."
The Echo also says: "The peace ne-
gotiations have reached a very critical
point. Up to yesterday the Spanish
delegates had received no definite in-
structions from Madrid. Will the Span-
ish government accept the American
proposition? We doubt it."
The Petit Bleu remarks: "The Span-
ish delegates, for whose sad condition
one must feci pity, had for a moment
the illusion that Europe would inter-
vene and defend tho interests of Spain.
They must hove lost this illusion by
now. American diplomacy has played
Its part with great cleverness and has
from the outset gained an extraordin-
ary position. At the present moment
the United States is taking advantage
of the hatred against England, which
is growing upon the continent, and of-
fers its neutrality if Europe will leave
the United States a free hand with
"Besides, Europe really has no in
terest to interfere. The various
European governments foresee what
will inevitably come if the United
States restores the Philippine islands
to Spain. As soon as Spain should
have proved her inability to quash the
revolt (.Jermany would offer her inter-
ested assistance and Immediately the
covetousncss of French, English and
Busslan diplomacy would provoke in-
ternational intervention, which would
raise a quarrel of exceptional gravity.
" At tho present moment it is be-
ause something of the sort might hap-
pen that the attitude of Europe in
general towards the Spaniards and
Americans is as follows: 'Cama to
some agreement about the price of the
Philippines; make concessions on
either side, but, whatever you d , be
quick about it. There are plenty of
troubles floating round just now upon
the political liorUon without a pro-
longation of these dangerou.% negotia-
tions of yours ' "
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
Nearly SOO Tennesson Snidlars Unlit.
San Francisco, Nov. 4. — One hun-
dred and seventy-five members of the
Tennessee regiment found unfit for
the servlco will be mustered out under
special orders of tlio War department
to-day. Captain Danes. Third ealnlry,
will act as mustering officer. These
men will be given sufficient money to
san I'llANrisco, C.L I can-y thcm bnck to Tenn0"ee
|.VUSVlfcl,H. Ki, HKff. niUE.Uk
Jameson'* Men Csn Collect Damage*
from tbe Government.
The Jameson case came into the law
courts on the civil side In the form
of an action for damages by one of
Dr. Jamesons' troopers, says the Lon-
don News. The trooper sought com-
pensation for the loss and Inconveni-
ence to which he had been subjected
fcy the false representations of the de-
fendants, "the British South African
company, Dr. Jameson and the Right
Hon. Cecil Rhodes." All these powers
or persons had assured him that they
were engaged in a perfectly lawful
purpose when they marched him to
Pltsanl. They were not. They aggra-
vated their offense by Inducing him
to push on toward Johannesburg on
the plea that his services were urgent-
ly required there for the prot«ction of
certain women and children. There
was no possible defense and the de-
fendants came Into court with the
white flag of a verdict by consent for
£500. This will indemnify the trooper
for his loss of kit, loss of health, loss
Df liberty—he was imprisoned—and
loss of pay. On the whole he has
done pretty well by the raid. His suc-
cess will probably serve to encourage
the otl rs who were victims of the
*a;ae misrepresentation. The laureate
for instance might have ground for
tction in the false pretenses under
which he wrote his ode. In its dry
technicalities of legal phrasing the
statement of claim offers a wholesome
corrective of that impassioned out-
burst. Thus the deceived trooper:
"On or about the 31st December, 1895,
the said forces of the defendant com-
pany In which the plaintiff was serv-
ing were assembled at Pitsanl, under
the control of the defendant Jameson,
acting on behalf of the defendants, and
at the time and place last mentioned,
the defendants, for the purpose of the
said Invasion, and In order to induce
the plaintiff to take part therein and
to enter the territory of the said re-
public as a member of the defendant
company's said forces, fraudulently
represented to the plaintiff that fight-
ing was about to commence In or neaT
Johannesburg and mat protection wa
needed for the women and children
Cc*npare with the still more grossly
"There are girls in the gold-reef city,
There are mothers and children, tool
And they cry. 'Hurry up! for pity!"
So what can a brave man do?"
But the poet has, perhaps, to some
extent, put himself out of court, by
"Let lawyers an<J statesmen addle
Their pates over points of law."
On th« whole, the honors are with
the solicitor, both as to the results and
as to the adequacy of hia literary
treatment of the theme. The raid has
never cut such a poor figure as It does
In this sober philippic from Chancery
A recent remarkable rainfall of 31.71
.nches in twenty-four hours, which oc-
curred in northern Ceylon, leads a
correspondent of Nature ta recall othei
records of heavy ralna. The greatest
annual rainfall known occurs, it li
said. In the Khasla Hills In India. It
•mounts to 600 lnchcs, or 50 feet! On
one occasion 2% feet of rain fell In the
Khasla Hills every twenty-four hours
for five successive daya. Gibraltar hag
keen drenched with 33 Inche3 of rain
In 2G hours, and Genoa.with 30 inches
In the same length of time.
Microbe* for Toothaih*.
A German dentist numed Dr. Her*
has made a most valuable discovery,
which i« likely to prove beneficial to
vast numbers of persona. It consists in
an lnoculnnt prepared from microbe!
ho cultivates for the purpoue. When
applied In the caae of a decayed tooth
It stops the pain, but does not destroy
the nerve; further, It again fixes the
V-ath and mulcts it possible to put In
a lasting stopping. He has already
treated a number of cases with It, and
they have proved most successful.
It Is some consolation to a ma* skn
jfirl refuses him in a hesitating man-
ter. It's the negav>e produced by the
astantaneous process that harts.
9D CXKC A COLD IJC 0!T« OAT
Laxative Broao Quinine Tablets. All
It is a sad thing that so few men
sray over it before tbey ask a woman
io marry them.
Catarrh Caanot Bo Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as tbey esnnot
reach the of tbe disntwi. Catarrh is a
blood or constitutional dlseuae. and in order to
cure It you nsust take Internal remedies. Hail s
Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, and acts
directly on the blood and mucous surfaces.
Hall s Catarrh Cure Is not a qusok medicine.
It was prescribed by one cf the best physician*
tn this country for years, and is a regular pre-
scription. It is composed of the best tonics
known combined with the best bloort purifiers,
acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The
perfcct combination of the two li«redients Is
what produces such wonderful resijta in curing
Catarrh. Send for testimonials, fre*.
F J. CHENEY A CO.. Prop*., Toledo, (X
Sold by druggists, price Tie.
Bali'a Family Pills are the best
A man who proposes to a girl just to
hear what she will say isn't very apt
to do it more than once.
REGAINED HEALTH. \]
Gratifying Lettern to Mrs. Pink,
bam From Happy Woman.
After a man is left a widower, yon
can hear as many things about him as
A man is usually able to conceal his
middle name while he rrves, but it al-
ways crops ont on his tombstone.
When a man can go into a pawnshop
without a quickening of the pulse or a
heightening of color, it's a sure sign
that he has been there before.
It is a rare wife who will not "talk"
sbout her husband to a sympathizing
When a man begins to be his own
worst enemy his fool friends invaria-
bly assist him.
When a bride is a way on her wed-
ding trip, her sisters Improve their
chance by appearing in all the clothes
she left behind.
Men don't seem to improve; there is
a greater demand for whisky and shot
guns every day.
We would probably find our crosses
■just as hard to bear were we permitted
to select them ourselves.
The only kind of frnit Noah had in
the ark was preserved pairs.
Brains is the lawyer's stock in trade,
but he sslls them by the case.
People who talk too much seldom
WILL KEEP YOU DRY.
I Don't be fooled with a mackintosh
I or rubber coat. If you want a coat
I that will keep you dry in the hard-
■ est storm buy the Fish Brand
■ Slicker. If not for sale In your
■ town, write for catalogue to
tfOA. J. TOWER. Boston, Mast.
WE WILL HAVE PEACE, afflicted'with'61^
Will have peace from PAIN and a CURE by using
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