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Does a uslimir Dauger Thre"em
Evrcyeme o[ Us?
Kew N~ubil wAl..le As Dlreeled$ ee.
Rochfetet (N. Y.) Corfrstoedneae Indian
'Juadg~," siad ayoung lawyer to a
very cii vesesul senior, "tell me the s
(ret of your uniform sumlie, at the
"Ah, young man, that secret is a Ilif
uitudy, liut I will give it to you on con
lit ion t hat you pay tall my billeduring
this Meu sioni of court."
"Agrn'l, sir," said the junior.
At the end of the month the judge
remndu'ed the young waur of hits penal
"1l recall no such promboe."
'"Ah, but you made it."
'Your evidence, please?"
And thle jussge, not having ansy wit
nstese,', lost a case for oneel
The mian who casn produce Indiepti
ablle evidlence wins pnblic favorI d
an interview yesterday with the most
successful of American advertisers',
whose advertising Iis most successful
because always backed by evidence.
"What styles of advert ising do you
use?" I asinsld H. If. Warner, Ksq.
"Display, rending matter and jiara
grai ohs of tiest imoninle."
'hNave you many testimonials?"
In answer he showed me a large
cabinet chiock-fusll. "We have enough
to fill Boston, New York, Chicago, 8t.
Louis and Philadelphia morning
"I1o you publish rissny of theis?"
"Xot a tithe. Wonderful as are
those we do ppuiblishm. we iave t housansil
like thlens which we cannot use. 'Whs~
not?' Let nietell you. 'Warner's sale
cure' has probably been thme most sue
cessful inedlicisie for lemale disorders
i'ver'Iiscovesyu. We have testimoniasls
fromt ladies of the highest rank, hilt it
would lie insdelicate to publish them.
Likewise massy statesisen, lawyers,
clergymen, doctors of worli wide fasme
have Is-u-i cured. but we can only refer
to su-Ih persons in the msost guardled
tersis, as we do in our reading arti
"Are these reading articles success
"Whsen read they make such ass im
preussion that wisen the 'evil days' of
ill health draw night they are rmens
bered, and Warnser's safecuire isused."
"No, sir, it is niot necessary now, as
at first, to do such constant and ea
tensive adivert isisig. A nmeritorious
medicine sells itself aifter its mieriti' are
known. We liresesit just evidence
enough to dlisuarmi sukeptics and to ins
press the merits of the remedies upson
new consutmers. We feel it to be our
duty to do this. Hence, best to at
coasplisli ouir mission of hsealinig the
sick, we haveto use the reading-art icle
style. People won't read plaits testi
"Yes, sir, thousanthadmit that had
they not learned of Warner's safe cure'
through this clever style they would
still be ailing and still imapoverishinag
themselves in fees to tuasuctesa'futl
'practitioners.' It would do your soul
godto read the letters of titankspiv.
tng we get from mothers grateful for
the peiect success which attends
Warner's safe cure when userd for chil
dren, and the surprised gratifications
with which men and women oft older
yearsaud impaired vigor, testify tothe
youthful feelings restored to thmb
the same means." httb
,,Are these good effects permanent?"
"Of all the cases of kidney, liver,
urinary and female diseases we have
cured, not two per tent, report a re
turn of their disorder.. Who else can
show such a record?"
"What is the secret of WAartner's
safe cure permanently reaching so
many serious disorders?""
"I will explain by an illustration:
The little town of PlymnouthI. Pa., lana
been plaque-strieken for several mont ha
because its water supply was carele,.a
ly poisoned. The kidneys and liver
are the sources of physical well-being.
If polluted by disease, all the blood
becomes poisoned and every organ is
affected and this great dangsr threat
ens every one, who neglects to treat
himself promptly. I was nearly dead
myself of extreme kidney disease, bait
what is now Warner's safe cure cured
me, and I know it is the only remedy
in the world that can cure such dis
orders, for I tried everything else In
vain. Cured by it mieself, I bought it
and, from a sense of lusty, presentc t
to the world. Only by restornug the
kines and liver can disease leave the
bodand the system."
A cslsbrated sanitarian physician
once said to mue. "The secret of the
'onderful suc-ess of Warner's safeetare
is that It is soverteign over all kidney,
live.s and urinary diseases, which pri
marily or seconda.-ily uinakeujatheina
jority of human ailnuents, like all
great discoveries it is remiarkably sumi
The house of H. H. Warner & Co.
stands deservedly high in Rochester,
and it is certainly matter of congratu
lation that merit has been recognized
ali over the world, and that this suc
cess hasbeen unqualifiedly deserved.
Women are now admitted to 120 of
the colleges in the United States, and
that is the reason Vassar college has
of late years suffered somewhat finan
dially. It used to have almost a
monopoly of the women students.
Neantrly 1 0U4 ursy.
Fromn the Aurora INade.
Saturday Ham Cherry aesh inthe
morning, took a bath, put on his black
suit, and after breakfaat occupied hit-'
"self reading sacred booka. Be toidhim
folks that as it was so far to church,
as the of hiorne had galled hi.
shoulder j.Iocghins., he gummsed he
would not drive thither. Everythinmg
=q wa uiet. and peaceable about, and
wansw. glad there was a day left for
man to reust and recuperate. But just
after dinner a neighbor camer a op
with alowadof hay. Ham stepped to!
the door and called out:
"Hlow in this. John, that you sar
working to-day? You should go tc
"Hain't got no time to go to meeting
ou week days. " anawered John. "Sun.
Sday isall the time Ican spatsfoe~
chur h going."
The moan drove on. Cherry stood
and scratched lais head meditatively a
few mouments and then entered the
house. He told his wife to take a pen
cil and check off thme days.
"Lea's as.-M.onday I went to town.
(lot that down?"
t"Taa.edty I broke the colt. Wednes.
day I put up that fence down in the
itlower field. Thrday a klled the pig.
IFriday I licked the tramps. Satny
Sd-a-y. ('onfound it, what did I do
&tatnraluy?" In just ten aninutee alter
the conversation Ham Cherry was
r holding mai the whililetres with one
hand and driving lain team down the
e lane toward the faied on a sharp trot.
the Isome elrs. 3imims.
tWanntnaomx, D. C'.-The son of lgsatos
gFrye, of Xslrae. who bes fI'aan sufferiag from
a rre'jes cold, whiahl maittlel on his chest,
was acured bli bea doure of lied StarCough
sCure. le publicly endorses It asaprompt,
Y rsnaedy. It couatains so opates or poisons.
A Noted PFells O~eee.
New York Letter: The redloubtable
Capt. Williams is a candidate for the
Inspectorsalip made vacant by the pro
motion of Murray. The commission
era meight do worse than give It to him
rliough Willinams has received more
abuse in hisi time than any other seat
ever got in New York for pekoes work.
lie is really one of the beet om eers the
cityeverlind. (liarge.. have been mad.
againet heint over and over, hut none
have ever been proved, and he stand:
higher to-dlay than ever before. 'lee
special cliiructeriatic of Weiliams Is to
take holdl of a luing with aitll his might
and do it cit onwe. riThere is no stop
ping to thinik cilwiot it. Whieii there
is rough wiork to dlo he is am
ready with lii. fitat iasa with his
club. Hie kiiows the manly art as
well a. anvtrniieedlaugiliiat,uied ablow
from hiut i as Bi ure to fell aa if It came
froii the big Boston bruhimer himself.
William. cleared ther whole trilie of
bunko thieve.' out of him precinct with
out ever anaing a club. Itepreferred to
grab a couple of thcena, ome with each
hand. knoc-k t heir heads together like
two cooaoinutac. than give each a kick
and tell theti if he ever acanghit them
in lhis bailiwick again he would break
their nieiks. A few nilita'ago Manager
McCeaull went for ia putlia-enen to drive
oil a lot of ticket spea-ulators who had
taken poai..escsiouu of Sthe sidewalk In
front of lain t lieateir. Willicami respond.
edl in person iastentd of sending a marn.
He oraleredI lhea sipculators to clear
out, and teas thcev were in no hurry
about it he erralaledl a couple of theist
at a ruieh, hamng tien. sprawling into
the street cind na-amed the others one.
a dead run.
By the will of the late Henry Sing.
master of Sti roudsaburg, Pa., who died
recently at anutcdvanuceldage, hiseetate,
which in estitnanted at between $160,.
0100 and $2110:000) in to be sold after
the death of hisa wife and divided into
two equal silategi. Onue share mgoe.s to
the Lutheran Theological Semninaryof
PhIladelphia. and time other to the
lI theran Theological &-uminary at
Ikes Ustose .1 the rairo.
The siuperiaarlty of Well.., Richuardasan t
Co.'s In.tariara-a Butter Coloar over all oth.
Sr. seile. ia agagilualeiuositrata'-u by. ate rae
oral at ilce Atitumnmal FaIrn. Tleetesat ol
practiical acet- i. whate tells theaatory~aadtlus
peat valwe oft the~ jretiaunam given by7 the
Agricultuaral Fair... Ie" in the faet. that the
j' wes..in these rcase-nareu-egumlarfaraaenawho
know wlit Itheir nesed. mrs anal what sill
supply thenm. WYell.. RB-hanlmian A (').'s
,alnpeatml liutter, folaor, which has taken
SEnt preaemuni at till talr we.sl-re exhibiteda, ise
put upi' n a v-4eitai ale tail ao n macureul that
It counrat la-i-a~miae rancid, a mosat iiailart
ant ptrolierty. tli. lack of whIch lea fatal to
so mneasoaf t helBut ter-('ois oiuffere fuar aak"..
It dimes inot caldar t lie butter-mallk; itlaalaarta
a br-ight natanal acalar. whlach Ia uanattained
by meany tothers: aned la-lag the strougeejst me
the achiecapst ~ulur in the accarkat.
The steamerr Wiscansin arrIved at New
York with 511 recrumits for Mormnonisma.
I was moat eala-ai eith Ihe-art diffilcilt y, can
now doia guaacl Bayst~ wark.anidalacera-lyrec.
omanteeid lie. (:rcavea litart Regulator as
thie rueeay.-iieo. tilaildingllusrtmgraare,..
$1.00 per botitle. at youair drug states. Free
pamnphlat of F. E. ltigialls"Cccbralgm, Mesa.
John Fecallucreood was stabbed thirteen
tinmes anti killed by Nick Ettiker sear An.
flae McCormick & Bons paension card.
Gread Calesn .etel, epp. GrandCmst. Depot, N.
Y. city, lioa elegant ream,, i a day a epwarat
Trawler arriviag at thine depoi esee5 i er
ru~eshlre andI lgasse transfer, Enropsas plan.
The 3mltlmore sad Ohio Saasll ..ars.
the tight to octet the city .1 Phlladelphia.
so nee Cwsay a.0 3c.
The man who takes his lam~ily late the
country lot the smammr should remamber
that be wil awe hiechildre a peast deal
of pasi and hheaai a lapamount of mon
e7 ia doctors' bibs, if he is thoughtful
.aoegh to ntry a aupyl, of Pma:r Dais'
Pun KuaL~ac. The mejcte hsa staudard
sejucir lot all eawe olcrnaups,eollc,choebsa
m~orba., dlsuthes, or dysemtery.
P..,ne New York tasrtice eoatemldalte
luaaidhcg a $750,000 h totel Ina Washlcgtoc.
ALwa's lioa Tuoar Mnainte 0 Twm moat
poerful Tank in the World. AlD pailar
+ba h iatuse o J. P. MAle, ihualst,
St. Paul, Mica.
Pam thees-sa. Ite Oam.Ln.eDo sestct d Eu.e,
SwTol att Is byh waj sbeolatdy pueas d cci awmt.
Patienta eke haes ors. tahs.Rpthaer It to m5
others. Pmaklmian have derdeda It inpsei5 t
aso the otherern In matteL.
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Caaeau., Miasams A Co.. New York.
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hIl.. About Ice yewts ngo I had beeame
me deb~litatedl that to do a day's work wus
as lmpoeetbltlty. I was complt~ely is.
conraged. wbea a frieo.d adis lad ma to
try Ayes'se Sarsapertlla. I bought -w
bottle, took the Sarsaparila regularly, ned
began to improve at once. Cendeduig
tbe treatsast, I wee permaaently aetnd
taking les than one dosn beetles In aL
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through mry nech lta a nember of please,
tepidly heeled. and my strength grodaeil,
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