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DEATH AND CHAOS.
wful Hurrlcano Devastates tha
Southern and Eastern Coasts.
Dnf llnmtrel lVron Lose Thrlr Liven In I
tialr from the ffl Imllr The Prop
erly tUningo Inritliuatile The
hllr Home Dliuiantlecl.
MrMrnis, Tcnn., Oct. 1. A special
from Ja Kouvi!le, l'la., sayt.: It is a
conservative estimate to say that 50
jv,. e have lost their lives from yes
teruaj' hurricane, and the number
jniv rim much higher. News from
taat portion of the state where tho
sto-m first strnek is very slow in cora
in ' n for the wires are down and rail
na ,s are impassable Wrecking
pa ties which went out have not re
turned, and it will bo several davs be
fore the full extent of tho damage is
know n The hurricane struck Florida
at lo ar Keys. It passed In its path of
deduction over 20 towns and villages,
01)1 reports show thatletween SO urn)
4 rootle have certainly been killed.
'I - wind forced a tidal wave in the
fleets of Cedar Keys. All tho news
received from that town is that it was
swe"t away and many lives were lost.
lac first indication of tho storm at
Jacksonville was a cloud of greenish
ye iow hue. From the descriptions re
ceived it seem that the M. Louis cy
clone has been duplicated in these ter
rib e storms which have devastated the
southeastern portion of the United
Mato. It was the same storm that
uoriied such havoc in Georgia.
The storm is thought to be tlie result
of atmospheric disturbances in tho
est Indies and its ravages was not
confined to the southern coast. From
the south it extended along the whole
At antic coast. At the national cap
ital at Washington it was very severe.
The white house was damaged and
the tall Hag stall which shows whether
or not the president is in the city was
carried away. Mariners on tho great
lakes heeded the warnings of the
weather bureau and prepared for the
gale. The small craft in Xew York
harbor sustained considerable damage.
The velocity with which tho wind
traveled cannot bo estimated. The
weather bureau notified President
Cleveland that tho storm was the most
disastrous one which ever visited the
United States from tne south. Tho
area swept by the storm is larger than
that of any other hurricane for years
past, lielow is given a condensed
statement of the storm's havoc at sev
In variou Florida towns Fifty or
more people killed, scores injured and
between 51,003,000 and S'.'.OOU.OOO dam
age done to property.
At Savannah, Ga. Eleven people
ki led, a dozen seriously injured and
51,000,000 worth of property destroyed.
At Itrunswick, Ga. Four people
killed and 5500,000 worth of property
At Stanton, Va. Many lives lost and
5500,000 damage doDC to property.
At Alexandria, Va. Four people
killed and 500,000 worth of property
At Heading, l'a.-Two mill workmen
At Texas, Md. Ono man killed and
Atbhamokin.Va. Two people killed,
six injured and 5350,030 damage.
At Columbia, l'a. A 51,000,000 bridge
Off Milwaukee Barge sunk and four
All along the Atlantic coast as far
north as New York and far inland
scores of people were injured and hun
dreds of thousands of dollars' worth of
Farm Cnder Water.
noLUDAYsnuito, l'a., Oct. 1. The
low lands along the Juniata rivnr in
Illair county were Hooded with last
night's heavy rain. The farms in
Frankstown township were submerged
by lakes of water, and banks and out
buildings were swept down the stream.
At the Three Mile dam tho river i
choked with a ilood of pumpklus and
other farm products. Heavy damages
have been done to the farmers. Sev
eral bridges on the Martinsburg branch
of tho Pennsylvania railroad were
swept away and no trains passed over
that line this morning.
Imprlnon Tarkx, Hang Armenian.
CoNSTASTlsofLB, Oct. 1. Tho extra
ordinary tribunal yesterday convicted
the first Mussulmans for tho murder
of Armenians, and sentenced them to
15 years' imprisonment. At the same
time, however, a long list of Armenians
suspected of being implicated in tho
outbreak were condemned to death.
The mission of Artin I'asha to recon
cile the Armenians is not making any
Republican United In Delaware.
Dovek, Del., Oct. 1. There will bo
but one republican electoral ticket in
Delaware. Tho republican central
committee yesterday received and ac
cepted tho resignations of two electors
on tho Higglns ticket and unanimously
nominated two who were electors on
tho Addick? ticket The remaining
electors were nominated by both sides.
Crop In India a Failure.
London, Oct. 1. A dispatch from
Bombay says tho drought continues
in northern and central India where
thero has been no rain for many weeks.
The crops in thoso sections have ut
terly failed and grain riots have oc
curred in many places as tho result of
the scarcity of cereals.
Kobber Vie Chloroform.
PiTTSTiuiicur, Pa., Oct. 1. A score of
people wcro chloroformed in a hotel at
Walls station, a vlllago on the Penn
sylvania railroad, 14 mites east of
Pittsburgh. The hotel safe was blown
open with dynamite and 510,000 worth
of booty, mostly in cash, secured.
I'orter fur Free Kilter.
New Yohk, Oct. l.W. K. Porter,
tho nominee for governor on the demo
cratic, ticket, has eent his telegram of
acceptance to tho state committee, lie
indorses the platform and nominees of
the Chicago convention, Including freo
BANDITS GET NOTHING.
Slashed Men Hold Up a Train with DUap
pointing Krtult In New Mexico.
Alhuqckimjui:, N. L, Oct. 3. The
eastlouud passenger train, due here
at SMS from the west, was held up at
Wo Puerco bridge, about 20 miles from
this city. As soon as the train pulled
out of the station It was halted by sev
eral masked meu and the express mes
senger commanded to open the door of
his car. A general fusillade of shots
kept the passengers terrorized. When
the robbers jumped on the engine and
compelled Engineer Ross and his fire
man to uncouple the engine and ex
press car from the train, Deputy United
State Marshal Loomis, who was re
turning from the west, took in the sit
uation and tired at tho first man, kill
ing him. The robbers then commenced
shooting, and shot a lantern from the
hand of a brakeman. Rumors here are
that several others are shot, but this
is not yet confirmed. The hold-up was
a failure financially, the robbers se
curing no money.
AN AWFUL CRIME.
lllootlhuumU Trnllinc n fiend Wli 1T1U
lie l.jnchi'd It Caught.
St. Joseimi, Mo., Oct 3. News
reached this city of an awful tragedy
near Arkoe, Mo., yesterday afternoon.
Some unknown man, presumably a
tramp, entered tho house of John llom
ley w hile he was away and murdered
his wife, who was alone at home.
After a hard fight, and the breaking
of considerable furniture, the man
finally overpowered Mrs. Iiomley, who
was a powerful woman, and beat her
brains out. All the rooms in which the
tight took place are covered with blcod.
No cause can be assigned for tho terri
ble crime other than the tramp found
Mrs. ltomley alone and attempted to
assault her. Posses are scouring Nod
away county, and if the man is caught
he will le lynched, ltloodhounds havo
been ordered from Clinton county, and
the police of this city are watching
closely for the murderer.
NATIONAL BANK NOTES.
The Amount In ClrruUtlnn S233,.i.'3030,
a IIIC Incrrast' fur tlu Year.
Washington-. Oct. "i. The monthly
statement of the comptroller of the
currency shows the amount of nation
al bank notes in circulation Septem
ber 30 was 533,552,030, an increase for
the month of 51,025,531 aud for tho 12
months 520,730,793. The circulation
based on the United States bonds was
S214,SG7,094, an increase for the month
of 54,374,120, and for the year 520,070,
S17. The circulation secured by law
fill money amounted to SlS,35J,33(i.
which is a decrease for the month of
SC4S.539, ond for tho year S5,2S1,024.
The amount of United States regis
tered bonds on deposit to secure circu
lating notes was S23S,773,20, and to
secure public deposits S15,b7S,000.
Killed In a Colllnlon.
Quixcv, 111., Oct. n. When
mail train from tho east over
cago, Burlington & Quincy
was rounding a curve near
railroad the citv
yesterday morning, tho engineer ob
served a baud-car, carrying some sec
tion hands, a short distance ahead.
Ho made every effort to check his
train, but a collision was inevitable.
The men on the hand-car jumped off.
Patrick Burke, aged 51 years, in trying
to remove the car from tho track, re
ceived injuries from which he died
two hours later.
tVrjlrr to He lteralled.
Washington, Oct. a. It is reported
here on excellent authority that the
state department has been notified
that Gen. Wcylcr is to Le recalled to
Spain immediately. The ostensible
reason is that Wcylcr is needed in
Spaiu becauso of a threatened out
break of tho republicans and Carlists.
The underlying reason is asserted to
be, however, that Spain has lost con
fidence in "the Butcher's" ability to
suppress the Cubans.
Miner Will tin to Work.
LKAiivn.i.n, Col.. Oct. 3. Prepara
tions ar being made for the resump
tion of work in the Bison, the Littlo
Johnny, the Mahula und the Resurrec
tion mines. At least 500 men are ex
pected to bo at work on theso proper
tics within two weeks. If full forces
cannot I c obtained in camp, men will
te brought from Missouri. Miners will
be paid S3 pjr day, but for topmen and
trammers in dry parts of the mines,
the rate will be S2.50.
Great Traffic on the Krle Canal.
Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 3. Since the
opening of navigation up to tho pres
ent time, 4.20S boats have cleared from
Buffalo, on the Erie canal. This is al
most double the clearances of last year.
Tho amount of grain forwarded by
canal to dato is over 20,000,000 bushels,
ogainst 13,000,000 last year. Tho ship
ments of lumber have increased by one
half as compared with former years.
Wheat llelng Milpped to India.
San FiiANCiRco,Oct.3. What has late
ly given tho strongest kind of support
to the local wheat market and has be
come a startling and sensational feat
ure of the situation is a demand from
India for California wheat. The rice
crop has been a failure this year, to
what extent is not yet known, and tho
grain crops arc also damaged.
Cnrllile. Itcfuie to Debate.
Washinton, Oct. 3. Secretary Car
lisle sent the following telegram to C
P. Johnson, Louisville, Ky.: "Your
favor asking a division of time with
Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn nt all the ap
pointments I may make to speak in
Kentucky is this moment received
and the request is respectfully de
clined." Senator' Wire Kill Herself.
Point Px.kasant, W. Va., Oct. 3.
While Senator Wiley was attending
tho Bryan meeting here, his wifo com
mitted suicide by tutting her throat.
Her mind had been affected for some
time. She sent her nurso to get horn
glass of water and while the young
woman was gone sho took her life.
Union and Confederate Ivy.
Nf.w Havf.n, Conn., 0,21, 3. Yale's
rebel ivy will bo replanted, but along
side of it will bo a union ivy, and the
two vines will grow up together, sym
bolizing the union of the nortli and
WATSON ATTACKS BUTLER.
The TopalUt Nominee Now After 1IU
lartj' National Chairman.
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 3. In this week's
Issue of his people's party paper
Thomas E. Watson, populist nominee
for vice president, makes the follow
ing editorial attack on Chairman
Marion Butler, of the populist na
tional committee: "Attempts have
been made to show that Mr. Walsoa
favored fusion in the state of Indiana.
This is not correct. Mr. Watson took
tho position at the beginning of tho
campaign that no populist could con
sistently voto for a sinsle Sewnll
elector any more than he could
vote for a llobart elector, lie
filed with Chairman Butler a writ
ten protest against Mr. Butler's
fusion policy. Mr. Butler has
ignored Mr. Watson's protest and gono
steadily forward on his own line. Mr.
Wntson's position U now what it was
when tho Georgia state convention
met. He is for u straight 'middle-of-the-road'
ticket. In i:o other way can
the democratic managers be forced to
abide by the St. Louis contract. Mr.
Watson'3 position has been humiliating
and embarrassing, and he has been
compelled to submit to policies he did
R EVIEW OF TRAD E.
The Failure for the, I'at Quarter Advance
In Whent Cotton Weaker.
Nr.w Yohk, Oct. 3. R. G. Dun & Co.'s
Weekly Review of trade says:
The complete report of failures for the quar
ter which cndcl Wednesday shows, un Increase
i hich wouM bo surprising It tho political
caui.es were not ocrlou. In number, CJj per
rent, less than In the panic quarter of 1831
Failures for the quarter show liabilities 1 1.1
percent, less, amounting to (73,3) i,3U. a.Mlnsl
f97,bft,CS! In tho previous half year. Manufac
turing; liabilities were ti.4V,IH or 37 per
cent greater than In the same quarter
of 1WJ. while trading were US.TU.'.U
and "other commercial" were Ill.OOf.iSfl. To
this tnu-t boadJcd!l!Ji:,9!)llabl-ltles!n SO
bank failures, making exclusive of railways
nearly ttt.COJ.O.'Q In a slnslo quarter. Com
parisons arc given showing that in only six
quarter in 2 J year havo defaulted liabilities
been as large, that tho ratio to solvent busi
ness has been M.00 per II.0O, against, .'. 31 for
the same quarter last year: that theaverago
per 11 rm In business has been "J.7, against
&.'&!! last year that the proportion of Increase
has been greater In the western states, both
In amount and In average liabilities per fail
ure, and much larger In manufacturing than
The continued advance In wheat may prove
of the utmost Importance. It has been 1.1
cents for the week and 1 10 cents since Septem
ber i. and Is mainly due to short crops abroad
and unusual foreign demand. Cotton has
weakened after Its sudden rise, because tho
demand for goods has relipsed Into hand to
mouth buying und print cloths are lower at
DEATH LIST GROWING.
I'roba'.ily Five Hundred l'eople I.ot In the
Awful btorm on the Southern Count.
Jacksonville, Flu.. Oct. X. At least
310 lives possibly 500 ivero lost in
and about Cedar Keys as a result of
tho terrific hurricane and tidal wave
Tuesday night. Of 100 fishing and
sponge boats with from four to ten
ii.en each, anchored below the town
Monday night, only about 20 ecaped
destruction and the loss of life there is
estimated at from 3::o to 4.0. In tho
town itself, before the storm, a thriv
ing place of l,f00 people. '20 dead bodies
have been recovered from the mud and
ruins. Few houses are left standing
and scores are suffering from injuries.
3Iexlen !lti)lnK American Corn.
Mor.ll.K, Ala., Oct. 3. Corn is being
shipped from this pflrt to Mexico in
big quantities just now. Two months
ago Mexico lifted the import duty off
corn from this country. A corn famine
in tho two Mexican provinces upon
which Mexico depends for its supply of
grain prompted the action. Since that
time 1,500,000 bushels have been shipped
from this port alone to the City of
Mexico and to Pueblo, whereas the to
tal corn shipments from the United
States to Mexico during 1SU3 aggre
gated less than 180.000 bushels.
Union (icncrala In Kansas.
Auka.nsas Citv. Ivan., Oct 3. Over
75,000 Kn. n sans saw the ex-generals yes
terday on their trip from Topeka to
this city. It has been in the nature of
a grand ovation. The banner crowds
were at Mcl'hcrson, Newton, Wichita
and hero. The greatest demonstration
was made here, but this tuny be ex
plained by the fact that tho hour was
better fitted for u wild reception than
at any other place visited during tho
No Window-Glass Trust.
PlTTSBUltOll, Pa., Oct. 3. The big
window-glass trust that was to havo
teen formed by all the window-glass
manufacturers has collapsed, and tho
conditions that regulated the trado
last season will prevail during the com
ing "fire." Had tho scheme been car
ried out the combination would havo
been the greatest in the country. It
would have embraced firms, tho total
capital of which would amount to S15,-
l'rogenltor of n Multitude Head.
Maiiinetti:, Wis., Oct. .1. Francis
Pellaut, a resident of Fond du Lao
county for 25 years, but of late of this
city, is dead at the age of 83 years.
He probably left moro progeny than
any other man in the state. lie was
grandfather to 115 children and tho
parent of 15. Ten children now aro
living, and ono of his daughters is the
mother of 20 children.
Coinage In September.
Washington, Oct. a. The monthly
statement of the director of the mint
shows the total coinage at the United
States mints during the month of Sep
tember, 180(1, to have been $.VJ15,3G3.50,
which is divided as follows: Gold,
83,110,022.50; silver, S2.734.1G5; minor
coins, S20,?2G. Of tho silver coined
$2,700,100 was in standard dollars.
1T1I1 Contest the Title.
Nnw Yoiuc, Oct. 3. Chairman Dan
forth, of the democratic state commit
tee, said to-day that an effort would bo
made in tiie courts to wrest from tho
gold standard democrats of this statn
tho titlo of national democratic party
used in filing the nominations.
A Prominent Populist Holts.
Pkriiv, Ok., Oct. 3. A. J. Biddison, a
democratic leader of Pawnee for some
years, formerly of Coffeyville, Kan.,
has renounced the democratic nnd pop
ulist pari1 of Oklahoma nnd declared
for McKlnlcy, Dennis Flvun and tho
Wonderful Results front Pink Pills.
Mrs. John Tooler Belatet m Bemarkablo
From tfit Demotrat, Charicvolx, Sltth.
Tho Democrat has had its attention called
to a remarkable cure, duo to tho uso of Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills, and tho .following
statement, made to a reporter ot this paper,
will bo read with interest by all similarly
Afflicted. Mrs. John Tooley, of Dwlght, in
this county, is tho lndy benefited by tho
medlclno named, and she makes the follow
State of Michigan, l
CorTr or Cium.nvoix, f
"In the year 1891 1 was a great s;ifferer
from cxtreino nervousness, which finally
doveloicd into nn aggravated attack of St.
Vitus dance. My health was very poor and
I suffered terribly for six months, constant
ly grotving worse. Finally I loll home and
went to my relatives in Canada for a visit,
and mv ixjjple never cxjiected I would re
turn alive. In Canada I was induced to try
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, ami the resultwas
truly marvellous. When I began taking
them 1 weighed but ninety-six pounds, and
in nine weeks' time, during w liieh I took
four boxes of the medicine. I rained so that
I weiji.ied li" poiuicl. aud the St. Vitus'
dance aud all rervousness disappears U. I
returned homo in nine weeks, completely
cured and in the best of health, and hao
coiitiuued so lo this dnv. Previous to tak
ing tho Pink Pills 1 had been attended by
Hcveral physicians, but with no good re
sults. I otvo my life to Pink Pill, and havo
earnestly recommended them to all ray
friends, and my mother and three brothers
havo ukeu incm with good results, my
mother for heart trouble. I will be glad to
nuswer nny and nil enquiries as to what
Pink Pills have done for me." . ,
(Signed.) Mrs. John Tooley.
Bworn to and subscrilicd before me this
2nd dnv of July, lb'.3.
Mrs. Toolov is now tlio picture of health,
and tho Demucrat reporter could hardly
realize that sho was at ono time so near to
death. But her testimony Is unassailable,
and sho is very earnest in her desire to
spread tho good news to other sufferers.
l)r. Williams' Pink Pills contain. In a
condensed form, all tho elements necessarv
to clvo new llfo and richness to the blood
and restore shattered nerves. They arc
also a specific for troubles peculiar to
females, sueli as suppressions, irregularities
and all forms of weakness. They build up
tho blood, and restore tho glow of health to
pale and sallow checUs. lu men they effect
a radical euro in all cases arising from
mental worrv, overwork or excesses of
whatever nature. Pink Pills nro sold in
boxes and may lie had of all drugtrists, or
direct by mad from I)r. Williams' Medicine
Company, Schenectody, K. Y.
wn l'ronomlst of Nature.
A traveler passing through Kansas a
short while ago stopped at a settler's
cabin, r.car the western part of the
state line. The owner, a tall, lank
farmer, with a stub of a beard and
sharp blue eyes, slowly hoisted his
booted legs off a rail fence and slouched
up to the stranger.
"How ycr le, stranger? Goin' fcr
tcr stop long in these parts?''
"Oh no only a very short time."
"That's lucky fcr you, stranger,
'cause there's goin' tcr be a little blow
here shortly, and it mightn't be safe
fer ye to be round. I've just been er
flxin' up the chicksover yonder."
"Why, what funny-looking chickens!
Somebody plucked half their feathers
"Somebody? Say, stranger, be yer
jokin'? 'Cause it's safer fer ye if I
knows what yer mean. Them air
plucked chicks is what the last blow
"What! a cyclone pllickcd half the
"Yep, that's it; and, stranger, I've
got 'em tied to that fence er-waitin'
fer the next blow, which is due here
purty nigh 'bout now. Yer see, when
ft comes it will take tho other half off
nnd save pluckin". There's lots tcr do
hereabouts, stranger, 'sides pluckin'
chicks." Harper's Magazine.
Don't Tobacco Kptt and Smoke Yonr Llfo
If veil want tl quit tobacco using easily
and forever. Imj mado well, strong, magnet c,
full of now llfo and vigor, tike No-To-Ilae,
the wondcr-worltei' that makes weal: men
strong. Alanv gnln ten pounds in ten days.
Over OO.OOii itired. Ility No-To-Dac from
your own druggist, who will guarantee, a
cure. Booklet nnd sample mailed free. Ad.
Sterling Ilcincdy Co., Chicago or New York.
"Ir I should dlo. you would never cet
nnotherwifc who would look nfler von ns I
havo done.'' "No, not If 1 could help It."
Foitnrr Fecblo Lunr-s Against Winlrr
with Halo's Honev of Ilnrelioiiiiil and Tnr.
l'iko'sToothncliu Drops Cure lu ono minute.
Mif. .lAunnt (to Mr. Jabber) "Aro you
awai o tluit j oil talk in your sleep!'' Young
Jabber (who has just been silcncedi
"What other chaneocloeshuKCt?" Tit-Bits.
JfsT try a 10.? box of Cascarets. tho finest
liver and bowel regulator ever made.
Noah was an expert with tho gloves. Ho
boxed cver tiling m tho url(. Texas Sifter.
THE GENERAL MARKET.
KANSAS Citt, Ma, Oct. S.
CATTLK-Hcst breves I 3 30 4 01
Stockcrs 3 11 Q 3 &J
Nathccows a SS CI 2 fi
rtOGS-ChoIco to heavy 2 8J Oifi
WHEAT-Xo. 2 red 7U U Jl
No. Shard C3 S M
CORN No. 2 mixed 10!a 50i
OATS Na 2 mixed Id it Ty,
ItYK Na2 20!f 3d
FLOUK-Patcnt, per sack I 70 1 W
Fancy. 1 n ft 1 60
IIAV-Choico timothy 7 W 8 00
Fancy prairie 4 0) 5 OJ
BItAN-(Sacked 23 56 SO
UUTTI'It-CboIco creamery.... 12 13
C1IKKSK Full cream 9'(3 liii
EGGS-Cholco 12'A 13
POTATOES I'KH 20
CATTLE Native nnd shipping 3 50 68 4 8J
Tcxnns 2 10 Q 3 50
HOOS-IIeavy 3 10 O 3 55
SHEEP-Falrto ebolce 2 00 3 0J
FLOUK-Cholce 3 SO 44 3 43
WHKAT Xa 3 red f8S4a CO
COKN-Na 8 mixed 2I!J 21',
OATS-Na 2 mixed 10 16K
RYE Na2 2SWtf 30
BUTTEU-Crcamcry loa 17
LARD-Wcstern mess 3 90 ii 3 V17U
PORK 0 50 0 75
CATTLE Common to prime... 4 10 4 8"
HOGS Packing and shlpplmr. 2 00 3 50
SHEEP-Falr to cholco 1 7S 3 2i
FLOUR Winter wheat 3 3) 3 00
WHEAT Na 2 rod 70 70J,
COIIN-Na 2 :3!fa 21
OATS Na 2 Slli "i
RYE SSH SO
LARD S8J UiOM
PORK 0 45 0 0J
CATTLE Native Steers 3 50 4 70
HOGS-Oood to Cholco 3 0J 4 21
FLOUR-Good to Cholco 3 70 4 0)
WHEAT-No. 2 red 0:f;A OS
CORN No 2 ,. W 'DM
OATS-Na 2 2111(4 SIX
IJUTTER-Creamcry 11 18
fOUK Mess 7 7J 8 23
No Time Should Be Lmt
By those troubled with constipation in soek-
Inn MAlttff fwtm TTntfAttnr& Ktomnrh Ttlt.
ters. Tho disease Is easily relieved in its
earlier stage, and as it Is utterly subversive
oi mo general ncaiui, pusiiunciii:ui.ui uo
w.mn.1,. I nni.lt. 11lA Kmn 1,tJrl 9W)iT fit
IblUUl .aU,t,9V. all. WH.w hu.hu f.w.n. ...
delay iu cases of fever and rgue. kidney
eoniiiiaims, ui'ituumii;, ucumo un m.-u-
matism, ailments to which the 1
: Bitters is
"Don't you think thero should bo music
In every home!" "By ull means; what I
object to is music next door." Chicaso
A Household Nccmlty.
Cascarets Camly Cathartic, the most won
derful medical discovery of tho age, picas
cut and refreshing to Uio taste, acts penny
and positively on kidneys, liver nnd bowels,
cleansing tho entire system, dispels colds,
cures headache, fover, habitual constipa
tion and biliousness, rieasc buy and try a
box of C. C. C to-day; 10, ' a cents, bold
and guaranteed to cure by all druggists.
"Jamie," called out his mother, sharply,
"you've been loafing all day. Patnn al
ways finds some woilc for idla hands to do.
Talto tills basket und bring in some kind
lings." A Child Enjoys
The pleasant flavor, gentle action, and sooth
ing effect of Syrup of Kigs, when iu need of
a lava'.ivc, and if tho father or mother bo
costive or bilious, tho mot gratifying re
sults follow its use; so that It is tho best
family remedy known aud every family
should have a bottle.
'WniT Is this mental poise that women
talk so much aboui nowadays"' "Itisbo
ing able to look nt caterpillars without feel
ing them crawling all over you."
Hull's Catarrh Cure
Is a Constitutional Cure. Price 73c
Mast a cinn who wore shoulder straps
during tho war has been strapped ever
CAsevnnT.s stimulate liver, kidneys and
bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gric.
Tumi: Is too much said about love in this
world, nnd not euouga about tho necessity
of a mariiagc license. Atchisou Globe.
No one can make rheumatism or bilious
ness interesting. Therefore if you ere sick,
I cas recommend Piso's Curo for Con
sumption to sufferers from Astnmi. Ii 1).
Tousse.nii, Ft- Howard, Wis., May 4, UL
A M ts's idea of a good woman Is ono who
thinks her husband doesn't need prajing
for. Alch sou Olobo.
When bilious or costive, eat a Cascarct,
candy cathartic, curo guaranteed, 10c, "Joe
The favorite string instrument of a Bos
toclaii slriug beans. Texas Sitter.
I The Pill that Will. '
"Tho pill that will," implies the pills that
won't. Their name is legion. The nomo of "tho
pill that will" is Ayor's Cathartic Pill. It is a
pill to rely on. Properly used it will curo con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, and tho
.other ills that result from torpid liver. Ayer's
pills aro not designed to spur the liver into a
momentary activity, leaving it in yot moro
incapablo condition after the immodiato effect
is. past. They are compounded with tho pur
pose of toning up tho entire system, removing
tho obstructing conditions, and putting the
liver into proper relations with the rest of tho
organs for natural co-operation. The record of
Ayer's Pills during tho half century they havo
been in public uso establishes their great cud
permanent value in all liver affections.
Ayer's Cathartic PaSSs.
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"The Old Soldier's Favorite'
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A little bit of pension goes a long
way if you chew "Battle Ax'
The biggest piece of really high
grade tobacco ever sold for 5 cents?
almost twice as large as the other
fellow's inferior brand
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Get Rid of It!1.
It Is sign that you have Kid-'
ney Disease; Kidney Disease,
if not checked, leads to Bdsht's
Because? the Kidneys break
down and pass away with
the urine. . A ..
Heed the Danger Signal
and begin to cure your Kidseys
to-day by taking
Large bottlo or new style rrcaUor cue
Ik JfA S UfefeU
This bftta w?Ji s Im eel bi tf
the Ideal laxatlve-
'ond fluarorjtccd consti
pation cure, sent TREE
on receipt of five 2-ccnt.
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n ant men everywhere lohKLU
1oi1t bet." 8oprboitflL.nw
c-T-leni. 8TAUK HIU11 llttlv.
1.0UIIUN A.Mik, Uociii-oarJlL.
i,G09 SALESMEN WANTEQ-
EMPIRE SVliSEKY CO.. Kt. I.onl., 3f.
A. N. K. D.
WIIEX WRITIXO TO AnVEItTISERar-
pleUBC Mute lliut )ou law the alerLU
mm! In thla pntif-.