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I Wtra Trnrrllnt
Whelhcfon ple.iatire hent. or btnlncss, take
no every trip a brittle of Hym I o! Figs tt
sots mwl pleaiantl? ami effoctlre. jr oa the
" kldnera, liver nnl bowels, preventing fever,
he1.cties nn I other fnnni of sltkni-as. For
sale In Mcentsaal 1 bj-.t.es by all leaillng
We Iihvc nonntliiiltlis In thlscnitntry ex
tfjit our Jnkn, 1'ii' k. ,
Thcmaanila of rases of female rilspase have
been trratcil by Mn. ritikham, and r vvry fats
rwonleil. Those ravinls are available to eiif.
fcring a-otnrn.prlvata cori-iiinilrtice solicited,
t.nvK Is hlltiil; but tlio liulnhlxirs arc not
bllnil, l'U'k, 5
Pennies. Caa't bo Cared
Py local appllratli.ti. an tlicy cannot reach the
iHwai-,l purtlun ..f the car. Thrre I oolv ona
way Uiciirv itvafm., aifl that Ik hy constitu.
tlmial tt mc; Ira. Iimfnr.ai. c niiM.I lv an In.
Panic.l coiiilltl.in of the inuroiia llnltiii of i,e
Eustachian Tula-. When thla tube Beta In.
Jsnieil you harp a rtimhlliiK iontM vt In.tier.
fact .lirarlim, anil alien It la entirely rlnsc.L
deafness I the result, ami unless the liiHani.
nation can b. tnkcii out ami thla till re
et.irc.1 to It. normal condition, hinrlng villi le
Bestrew.! f. .revert nlna cases nut of ten are
cauwij by catarrh, which la m.thliiK but au In.
turned comlltion of the mucous auifai ea.
wesvtll glveoue lliinilriil Hollars for an?
eaaeof rlctifnesa icanaeil by cntnrrbi that we
cannot cure by taklnv Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Bsmd for circulars, free.
bmi t. FJ'lt!" Co., Toledo. (X
Bold by IrKtlt. ok.
Thehe Is always room at the.tnp in
the first row in the orchestra,. Pock.
t'nnVr nil clrcmtancea, under all condition,
tinder all liilliienccs, Hrit.lvcnulne will promptly
cure all headache. All druggieta, fifty ceiite.
If afflicted wlthsnreeyesnse Dr. laicThnmp.
aona l-.ve-wnter. Ilrniriristssell at!iV perN.'tlo.
In the Spring
Kearly everybody needs a guod m.dk u.e. Tin
Impurities which hare accumulated In tue
blood during the cold niontlia mut be expelled
or when the mild daya come, and the effect of
bracing air la lout, the body la liable to be over
come by debility or anme serious dlarnae. The
remarkable aucceaa of Hood-a Sarnnarllla. and
the unlreraal praiae It hns recclreil, make It
worthy your confidence. It la the "Ideal
" It Is Invaluable."
. 1 hare used Hood'a rnrKaparlllii In my fnm.
Ily for the past four yenra, and for a thorough
blood purifier It haa no auperlor. It la invnlii
able an a spring medicine; It Invigorates the
whole system and tonea up tho atninach. and
ince 1 became acquainted with Hood'a hnra
parlUa 1 always take aerernl bottlca In the
spring, and, a occasion requires, the rest t the
year." L. V. liu.MAM, Auiultn, luwu.
TvTiere other preparations full. Ite sure to g't
Hood'a Harwipnrilla. It la Peculiar to Itself.
HOOD'S PILL'S cure liver ills oonatlpn
tlon, biliousness. Jaundice, alck Leadache.
Should Have It In Tho Ilnnse.
Jtmpptti on 8nfrart VhiUlrrn Lore
KoreThront, Tomllltla, folic. Crnmpa an.t I nlna Ite.
lleveaall aumnier fon-plnlnta, f uiHniKl Pnilnrallko
niaate. HilileviT-wtiere. Price fCc. by ninll: Dlw'ttlea
Kxpnxa paid, 1. U. JOHNSON a. CO., Umuh, Mum.
Scott's Emulsion of cod
livcr oil is an easy food it is
more than food, if you please;
but it is a food to bring
back plumpness to those who
have lost it.
Do you know what it is to
Thinness is poverty, living
from hand to mouth. To be
plump is to have a little more
than enough, a reserve.
. Do you want a reserve of
health? Let us send you a
book on careful living;
Scott a Bowks. Chcmuu, i jt South jth Arraue,
Your dniEfffet kpi Scott'a Emultioa of codllvr
eil eli drugguta everywhere oo. $u
Kidney, Liver and BladderCurea
tiorohairo, pain In Jolntaor bac k, brick duet in
urine, frequent call, lrritutliiti, lntlamHtion,
irrarel, ulotratioa ur catarrh of bladder.
Impaired dlmatinn. gout, btllloue-headache.
K W AJTIP-lteUT curve kidney ditticultloa,
hnUrlin, uriuarjr trouble, bright'! dieeuat).
Scrofula, malaria, gen'l weukneu or debility,
Oaaeaatee Va emtnta of On Pottle, If act baa
fltwl, brug-glaW wlU rwtuud to y ji .lui prke laad.
At DruKffWIa, 60c. nice, 1.00 Size,
lDTild" Vutd to Healtli"rrae ConnilUUon Ine,
1 Da. KiLJiia ft Co., Uikouamtom.N. Y.
oTult's Tiny Pills0
Anbl tli dyapetloto at whatever A
fa wUtuMa. Tfavjr I'AUMi ik fowl Uim
OeJiullaU mnd nourUh tli boily Kvj
lUt mud develop tl-tt Frlcw, WO Q
MtnUa KjuMit uliuwn In brdr.
O O O O O OO OOP
m I n W Tbe Mrtt t the Vakrj 0r4tr ettnt Hrt
it ll 4 ftMoaai(.M. It nHufM tU wu of C'AflH bud.
Cm A f I A MtvU ihir ftilwiiU u4 kMp Um
. IMIili U ioo4n4Him 1 ukMKJuivtM
r"l IK MM wlu it l-ftttor. IU
IMI4Wi br ir U iwii, ftid bf all 4ruf
Va f f THK JKI1MI0 C'O uu N, I
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THE METHODIST CONFERENCE
FOLLOWERS OF JOHN WESLEY
Assemble In Oeneral Conforencs at
Omaha. Summary of Froceedlnfe.
wrprrantY a arwinjr.
Al to-ilnra aeviun nf the Methnillat fon
fcrctice, I r. tlray, if I'liilnilc!.ila. ofTcreil
a tva ilutlon iniilltut that ench blalmti be
nli.'in d to a irpaorilel ti'rritorv for four
vean. ami that the Kplanqiai y lie illrlilml
Ititn na ttianv iliatrlrta na there arc liiKhopa.
I r. Webli, i'if Hjiat Ohio, In tho Interest cif
Hie tttiiil'li ni. nlTerpil n reaoltttinn that the
Conference rmniive the t'tne limit from the
atiirntM. Hnth roaoltiliiina were rcferreil
without debate, but were recelvcil with evl
Jr lit I'lcuaure.
Tlie lay ilehttntea. tlirnuuti John I'leM, nf
I'liilaiU'ljdiia. inen'eil a iiicmorial n"kiiif
foreipiMl rviireai'iitntiiin In conference.
A r olutlon n.kltmtlmt aeven hiahnp.
fire tiiltiiter anil lire tiiritien be niiiiintei
to attend the Ueiiernl ( iin'ereine nf the
Mellimliat t'bttrch You'll, nnd Iny befure it
the nt-t'itti nf thla tieneriil t'onfere'iice, which
believe thnt the intrreM or the I 'htiri'h will
be lnTened by the itititiltriiitinii'iii n' the
t'hurcli .Ninth ami South, wa referred to a
' The report of the fntiatitullonnl f'ommi
Inn wii then taken up nne a Jirntrnctej
tlt'liate fnllmreil reipitinu; the ciili-l it lit li 'll
nl aliilit i ( Iny ileletrnte. l'l"cuann nf the
ret ort wn peiolini.' when the Conference
H'!J"urned tin t il to iimrmw.
Tin tnw a rinji,
llih')i ,lo"ih W. Seivrnnn relileil.
Iter. 1 1 :i ltiul of mliiinn li d the ilerntiiinnl
meet tip. A reo!iitiou waa Intrniluceil fn
rorint: the aintil!iMiitlnn of the Kreeiiinn's
Al 1 1 mill Southern Kilin atinti Society ami
I he educatintiiil aiH iety nf the board of edu
cntion. The resolution wn relerred to n
I'ecitil cmninittee for cntinblertitinn. The
rcmiliir buaiueaa wa upenile I fur the pur
pose of reauniiiiff the ilicua,'inn nf tlie enti
'titu'lniiiil revision. I'r. Hucklev motion
to indefinitely (matpnue the con-titutiotinl
iiietiun wuV carried by a vutenf Zi3 ayes to
1 J noes.
Knllowitiff I the full text of the uhtl.
tute for the report of the constitutional
commission, nhich v, m adopted by the con
" I he ei t'nn on ti e peneral nmference In
the dicidine nf Ioh. n adopted by the iren
erul conference nf siw, has the niiture and
force of n constituiion, Thnt section t.
lietlicr with such tnodillcntliins nshnre been
Hilopled since that time ill ni cnrdiilice with
the provision for iiineniluient in that
section is the present ennstitntinn. and 1
Ims, 'incliideil ill Miriuirnph o" to tit inclu
sive in thedi-ctplinent' the Methodist Kpis
inpnl chun h of las eccptiii:
"First, The clinn.'e of the provisions for
the ctillinir of an extra session of the pen.
erul conference from an unanimous to n
two-thirds vote of the unmml conference;
"Second, Thnt which i known n the
plnn nf lay delciratinn n reconunended liy
the-tfenenil cnnfenuiceof lt;niid passed by
the t'cnenil conference of 1ST J." '
This is regarded as a sort nf compromise
between those who hold thutthe plan of lay
representation Is not a part of the constitu
tion ii ml those who hold thnt it wits in
reality. It sooiiis n victory for the former
wth the ndiniion on their part thnt the
principle nf lay representation is in hur
tnonr with and supported by tho constitu
tion. FttltUY' PsslnN.
llishop fioodsell presided to-dnv. l!ev,
Thmna Hiinlon. nf l'ennni.'toii Seininnry
ntrndined n resolution dcclariiiK that the
Methodist Kpiscopal chiin Ii should mil
out Uarely on the jtreat stniede between
capital and labor beinit waned in this oo"n.
try. He declared in his remark that tbt
cliurrb had not shown sutllcient eyiupaiuy
for the toilinjt million. His resolution was
referred. A de legato from the Indiana Con
f Tonce introduced a resolution to chant;
the rules an as to admit women us lay dele
tMtcs in the tjeneral Conference, and to in
struct the annual conference that either
men or women may be elected as deleirutes.
Heferred toCoinmittee on !.ny Pelenate.
The Conference adopted tlio report of tho
Committee on Kevivals, ftivinx iinordalned
p-eachers, ervin(t as pastor, authority to
solemnize marriage wherethecivil law nives
i'.ch authority. Memorial services occupied
the Conference from tliis point on. Confer
ence litmlly adjourned until Monday.
SIXTY PEOPLE DROWNED.
K Terrible Disaster on thi Dtnubs by a
Raft Oolna; to Plecse,
Vinns, May 12 A (?reut lumber raft
carrying 1( men, women and children,
who live J on bouru during the trip down
the river, went to picjos on snap's near
rtrody in Galicia during a blah wind to-day.
All on board were thrown Into the river.
Sixty were drowned. The rest clung to logs
and boards from the rii't until help reached
tliera from tt shore. About 411 of the
bodies have been recoverel and have been
laid side by side on the river bant;. Sores
of men are out In boats drag?iiii the river
for the other bodies. The riift was defec
tively constructed uni the o.vnc.-s will bt
KANSAS CITT DAMAGED.
The Mlseourl la a Raarlnr Torrent
and People Fly for Their Llvta,
Kansas City, Mo., May 14. The danget
line 1ms been passed, and the flood is increas
ing every minuta. The Missouri river is
now a raging torrent, and the town of Har
lem if being covered,, The signal office tent
a tvurning messenger to tliuf place ut 0
o'clock to-night and told the iuhabitan'i to
get out as quickly as passible and they at
once began fleeing for their livei. All the
low-lyitiB parts of Kansas City, Kn are
now under water and In many cases the
people were taken from the ir homes In
boats, while several were compelled to wade
through the water up to their waists,
FLOODS ON THE INCREASE.
Rivera Out of Their Banks and Causing
Drs Moines. Ia., May 14 The rivers are
over their banks and creating bavoo with
arm and city property. Dozens of
fumilies have had to move out of their
8r. Louis, May 14 Reports from all parti
of Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Ne
braska and Iowa state that the streams are
out of their batiks and causing destruction
that hundreds of thousands of dollar will
The flood at Oraaba has wrecked the 123,
UK) county hospital building.
CLUBBED TO DEATH.
Horrible Double Murder In Iowa A
Buspioted Farm Hand Disappaare.
Pkescott, Ia., Muy 14. Wednesday morn
ing William Coons, a furmer, left his home
on business. He returned this afternoon to
find the horribly mangled remains of hi
wife and daughter, who had been beaten to
death with club. Dooley, the form baud,
ha disappeared, as alio has team belong
ing to Coons. Lynching will result If the
tuilty man i found.
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WORLD'3 FAIB NOTES,
Tun Admlnletratlon buttling will have a
tnoeate floor costing t-iOOJ.
A roLLKCTioft of finely mounts 1 hlrrra and
animtla will b shown iu the Pennsylvania
A TrtMojs exehmr havinir, It Is now
thou lit, about II si Instrument, will be es
tablished In the Exposition ground,
It I the Intention, If possible, to arrann
for a itrand International reratta for both
salt and fresh water ya 'hU during the Ex
Tna model o! tin Victory, Nelson's e !
h rated flnar-atilp. wilt hs brought to the Ex
position by Manatrar Abut, of the Prince of
Wales' Theatre, London. ,
Invitation are belnt; sent ti dl'tln
(tuished guest toattend the dedication oere
monle of the Kxixmitlon next Uc:ober.
Home lpO,UU0 or 25.UUU Invitations are being
It Is announced that the Pope ba directed
that specimens nf the beaiititul mosaic pic
ture, ma le at the mosaic wnr in the Vatl
ran, shall he exhibited at ttin Err ieltlon.au I
that at least one picture shall be made ex
pressly for the Fair.
It Is announce 1 that ths Virginia Expo
Horn Board intend to repro luci at the
Fair Mount Vernon, the famous home and
last retins; place of tteorge Washington. If
this la dona a large an I Imerjsting collection
of Washingtou relics will b exhibitel In the
Dr. Hknrt J. K'TNot.o and Samuel 6.
Fostsr, Chicago tourists, recently cliinhsl
to the summit of Mouth Dom, one of tbe
hlgheat points of the Yose nits range, and
painted in enormous letters on one of the
moat consiiieiinu cliffs tun words: "Visit
the World's Fair iu Cnicigo, lu BV3."
A company has been granted the pri vilegs
of carrying visitors by lake to ant from the
Exposition ground. It is planning to run
at least fourteen steamer. Between the
'lake front' In Chicago and the grounds,
four la rite boats; two of them whaleiiack,
and all having capacity of 6.KW each, will
uiake trips every bait ho jr.
A New Jrrriy pottery Ann Is making
large numbor ot specimens of flue work for
exhibition at the Fair. One piece already
completed I an elegant vase, forty Inches
high and fifty-two Inches in circumference,
valued at tlmJO. It I thought to be one of
the moat perfect and beautilul specimens ot
the cotters' art ever produced iu this cvuu
Over three hundred thousand
orar.Ru trees were planted In Mexico
lasi year by planter from California.
THK Wllol.r.FAI It I'hlrrs ARK mviN Ell.ow.
uiiain, i Lorn anv nil),
WHEAT No. 2 lied I Wl Q I 97
No. 3 Ked ID) M
C(KX No. 2 Yellow ear... 4't Nt
Hik-h Mixed ear 47 4
Mixed ear 44 45
Shelled Mixed 44 44
OATS-No. 1 White Wl 87
No. 2 White 8,1 80
No. 3 White 85 8B
Mixed 83 85
RYF. No. 1 laifcOhio.... M M
No. 2 Western fcS W
FI.oL'H Fancy winter pat' 4 f.l
F'lincv Sprinit patents 4 SI 6 10
Fnttey Straight winter.... 4M 6 10
XXX linkers 4 25 4 60
live Flour 4 7,1 6 0
HAY Haled No. 1 Tim'y.. 14 00 14 AC
Haled No. 2 Timothy 12 UJ 12 N)
Mixed Clover 12 W 12 ftO
Timothy from coiiutry... Id 00 18 W
BTl'.A W Whtut 0 W
Oats 7 50 R. 00
FKK.I) No. 1 W h Md f ' IS Wl 10 00
Hrown Middlings 15 60 10 60
Hran IU 00 17 (J
Chop 14 60 18 00
I'AIIIY I HOIUH'TS.
Bl'TTKM Elgin Creamery 21 27
Fancy Creamery 24 25
Fancy country roll 23 25
Choice country roll 15 )0
Low rude iV ccKiklng.... 0 7
CHKKSl: o F'll cr'iu mild 11 12
New York (inslien 12 13
WUconsIn Swiss bricks.. 14 15
Wisconsin SwciUer 14 15
I.imburger 12 18
ruvit anii VF.nrrAiLis,
AI'l'LIiS-Fancy, V bbl...
fail to iiiuite, V oi'l
UKANS Select, bbl 1 8.1
1'a t U Beans, V bbl..
W It i.vs
l ellow uanvers Jf bbl.... 2 60
Yellow onion, bbl 1 60
C..-..i..l. J n . us
CAlHIAIifc V head 8
Choice from store, V ba 41
Irish on track V bit 80
Kilndri'd Jer'y sweety bbl 8 25
irecscil ducks f lh
llresse! ttirkev W 1L
1 00 1 15
48 . 60
7 85 8 25
2 85 2 SO
I 40 1 60
Live chickens V pr
Live Iiucks v pr
Live tiecse V pr
Live Tnrkevs Vlb
E(i)S-I'a bhio fresh....
F.xtra live Geese f) lb
Nol Extra live geese) ft
TALLOW Country, lb . . .
SEEDS West Med'm clo'er
Uiu' thy Prllue-.
RAGS Country mixed
13 40 f 4 60
WHEAT No. 2 Red
It j E No. 2
WHEAT New No. 2. Red .
4 70(3 14 85
CORN No. 2, Mixed
OATS-No. 2, White
HU H r-K creamery E;.tru.
EOtiS I'a., First
FLOUR Patents 6 00 6 00
WHEAT No, 2 lied Wl 9
RYE Western 80 M
CORN Ungraded Mixed 45 63
OATS Mixed Western 84 35
BUT TEH Creamery 15 22
EGGS tnte and l'enn 13 16
1A8T HBBHTY, PITTSBUHO STOCK YARD.
Prime Steer 4 65 to 4 80
Fair to Good 4 20 to 4 60
Common 8 60 to 8 75
Bulls and dry cow 160 to 8 60
Veal Calves 8 75 to 4 00
Heavy rough calves 2 60 to 8 60
Fresh cow, per head 20 00 to 60 00
Prime 95 to 100-tt sheen.. ..I 6 50to6 25
Common 70 to 75 lb sheep... 4 60 to 4 75
Lsniut , o puw i w
Philadelphia bog 5 00 to 6 20
Corn Yorker BOOI06IO
Rough iU.. 1 . j i 70to 4 M
ROOSTER TAMES A HORSE.
How Poor ninrta raklr Overcame a 1-
. clous Rlalllon.
Illndus fire very skillful In training
wild anlmnl and unakoa, and an In
cident was related the other day by
on Indian traveler of how an Indian
fakir turned In a few minutes n re
fractory horse that no one else could
manage. Tho horse In question was
a full-blooded stallion, belonging to
one of the Rajahs who had bought
him for 25.000 rupees. The animal's
favorite trick was to run backward
when anyone mounted him, and no
amount of spurring or whipping could
make him go in the direction that a
pood horse should go. Many famed
horse trainers were hired to cure the
horse of this disgraceful trick, but
none succeeded. The Rajah offered
200 to any one who should break the
uorso of his bad habit
'An Kngllsli officer who was ac
quainted with the ITaJah told him
that ho knew a common fakir who
was of a very Inventive turn of mind,
nn advised him to give the fellow a
trial. Tho fakir was sent for, and
appointed a day on which lie said he
would positively cure tho horse of all
The Hajah, with a number of ofll
cers and retainers, went to witness
tho taming. .Tho tricky horse was
handsomely caparisoned, but the fakir
made his uppeuraure In his evcry-day
dilapidated clothes, that were dirty,
as usual, for he had no others. Hf
his side walkeJ a ragged boy, carry
ing a bag with something In It. Tlio
fakir said a few words to tho boy, and
then leaped upon tho horse's back
with the agility of a monkey. The
horse Immediately began running
backward. Everybody was wonder
ing what the fakir could do, when
suddenly tho boy thrust his hand Into
the bag and brought out a wild, vl-clous-looking
rooster, with spurs
three Inches In length. Quck as a
flash the boy fastened the fowl to tho
horse's tall an l then the fun began.
Tho ro'nter put In some lino work
with his spurs and cackled and
screeched as loud as he could. Tho
horse was evidently surprised. First
ho stopped and then tried to catch
the rooster, as a kitten does Its tall,
by turning round and round. Tho
fakir held on like a leech.
Finding this did not succeed tho
horse started on a run straight ahead,
Just as would a dog with a tin can
attached to his caudal appendage.
Tho stallion had been conquered.
That 0110 lesson was sufllclcnt, and ho
never tried to run backward again.
Kew York Times.
Housekeepers In New York and
Brooklyn II ml that tradesmen in the
two cities havo began to adopt the
1'arlsian custom of paying commis
sions to maitls that do the household
marketing. Tho thing has hardened
Into law In Faris, and the housekeeper
who attempts to do her own market
ing finds the prices even higher than
thoso charged to tho maids. The
custom In New York and Urooklyn
first took the form of Christmas pres
ents from butcher, baker, and candle
stick maker to their friends the maids.
No special secrecy was maintained,
and now the grocer's com mission is u
tacitly recognized matter In somo
households. Jt Is not unusual for club
Btewards to stipulate 'or this privi.
lege, and only tho other day one of
the largest New York clubs woko up
to tho fact that It had within a year
lost nearly $12,000 through corrupt
relations between steward and trades
men. Jt was found that all sorts of
articles were billed at prices far above
the market rate, land that goods de
livered when put to tho test of tho
scales turned out to bo sadly short in
Do not aend your oimiiliter away for change
of air till you understand her ailment, tend
two Sc. alanine fur "Guide to Health," to Lvilla
E. Piukhaui Medicine Co., Lynn, Mais.
Fastanu Looc A Runaway Horse.
rtKBCH am s 1'ii.tJi act like macle on the vital
oryaiiH, restore lost coitiultsxioii and briiiu hMk
Uw keen nine of auiwtiti. "
A tpiH of licknets
is due when the system's weakened,
and the blood impure. It'a what
you must expect.
But it's what yon mnst prevent,
too. And Dr. Pierce'a Golden Med
ical Discovery prevents as well as
cures. It invigorates the liver and
kidneys, purities and enriches tho
blood, sharpens the appetite, im
proves digestion, and restores health
and strength. For Dyspepsia,
" Liver Complaint," and every lorra
of Scrofulous, Skin, or Scalp Dis
eases, as Salt-rheum, Tetter, Ery
sipelas, or any blood-taint, it's an
It's not like tho sarsaparillas,
which claim to be good for the
blood in March, April and May.
At all seasons alike, and in all cases,
the "Discovery" clone is guaran
teed. If it doesn't benefit or euro,
you have your money back.
It'a the cheapest blood-purifier, no
matter bow many doses are offered
for a dollar, for you pay only for
tbt good you get. liut it's the
lett, or it couldn't bo sold so.
A REJIAtlKAOLG LETTER.
A Prominent Professional Man'e ft trace
.V. 1. Sun.)
To tht Editor: Pin A my name and fane
have appeared In your paper and the puhlio
irinta lately, anil as many ot my professional
rethren are wondering nt It, I feel It only
Just that I ahnuld m!ie an explanation, The
atat-ment puhlished over my name was
made ten years ago, after long and mature
investigation, and 1 have never changed my
mind as to the facta then state I. At that time
I eaid.aaa nhysiclan.that I helieved Warner's
Hale Cure was the heat of all known prepara
tions for the trouble It was advocated to
cure, nmf sit to lill. I known It Is con
sidered the proper thing for the medical
profession to decry proprietary and other
advertise I articles; but hy should thev do
tot As the late br. J. (I. Holland, writing
over bis own name in Heribntr'i monthly,
"it Is fact tbnt many nf the best pro
prietary medicines of the day era more suc
cessful than many phvalclans, and most of
them were first discovered or used In actual
medical practice; when, however, any per
son knotting their virtue and foreseeing
their popularity tecure and advertise.!
them, in the opinion ol the bigoted all virtue
went out nt them."
lir. Holland was an educated phyatclan,
an unprejudiced ohserver, an I lie spoke
from a brnad an I unuMi il experience. Pro
prietary tnedicln-a should not lie decried.
The evidences of their value ore overwhelm
ing. 1 have seen patients recover from
travel. Inflammation nf tbe Madder and
llrlitht s disease after Using Warner' Hafe
Cure, even when all other treatment bad
I make this frank anil outspoken statement
in the Interest of humanity and because I
know It to be true, I trust for the same
reason, you will give it to the public,
H. A. Ol'W!.
Ko. 124 ItVsl Fottu-uvtnth street, A'eie
York, March 1.
Telephones are a great conveni
ence, and yet people are all the time
talking ngalnst them.
Eight doctors treated me for Heart
Disease and one for Rheumatism,
but did me no good. I could not
speak aloud. Everything that I took
into the Stomrch distressed me. I
could not sleep. I bad taken all
kinds of medicines. Through a
neighbor I got one of your books.
I procured a bottle of Green's Aug
ust Flower and took it. I am to-day
stout, hearty and strong and enjoy
the best of health. August Flower
saved my life and gave me my health.
Mrs. Sarah J Cox, Defiance, O. 9
nt! NDT RE DFCFIVFQ
with hUci, Klin uiTii, and F.nt wtilcli tftiu
llit hnnl, In litres 1I19 Iron. Hitrl burn off.
Tlie RlHlim Sun Stnvo Pntmh In Itrllllint, Orlnr
1ms, DiirHlilp.atiil tlio rmnutur pnyi lor no Uu
or iflaftn larkHtto with every purchase.
IIKHT IN THE WOItl.lt.
Its wenrlnu cunUrle are uniurnAsse't, actually
euilastlnif f uree boxes or inr other lirnml. Nut
netted l,jr best. trdr.T Till'. (IKM'INE.
(K HA l.f. UV l,ril,bbni,vi-Li.iiv
tared la a few mluutss br Rust's
tUrild Remedy. Hwn,l,
. ...- " enerm. nailed
IU fT eV BOM. wuruuwlca.i. X
1ATETt I I'KNHIONsI t-fw-nd for Invent,
iir's liiilde nr Hnw in I ihtnlii a fnlent. Si'tld for
Iilestof I'KNttlON and IKII NT V 1.4 VM.
J-ATKH.K OiAltlltU WASHINUIOXU.C.
Q1 LJ( ( I'KIt YEAH, f.ifnl Iwk: new rules.
O 1 Jl t lull lea. rut liits. Write f'ircriMUr.
CtUHI.M KINMI.Ky, ful.ll.her. llmillon. Iowa.
n Plan's Reneo f Catarrh I the If
I 1 Hew, Fastest to Cs anil fhr.es. I I
I I fculd by druicgitu or seat mf oiall, 1 I
Wl inc. E. T. Ilaultln. Warren, J J
IV. L. DOUGLAS S3,00 SHOE
Pot gentlemen la Una Calf Bhoa, mad saamlaaa, et
tb bast laatbar prodaoad In tble country Thais are no
lacks or wast torsade to hart tbs fast, and Is mads aa
amooUi tnalda aa a baad-aawsd abos. It (a aa atyltaU, aaay
tittle ( and durabls aa ooatom.mada abosa oosttag fxosa
$4.00 to SS.00, and aokaowladf ad to be tba
Best in the World for the price.
SO " Extra Tain
SO OK WorUnff
feiAJ man's Shoe,
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTES. 'SPSl
A DUTY yu we to yourself anil your family, during these hard
times, to get the most value for your money. You can economize iu your foot,
wear if you purchase W. L. Douglas' Shoes, which, without question, represent
grester value lor tue money than any other makes.
p Al TI O IM w' L' DOUGLAS name and the price Is stamp
"wrw I I af la on tha bottom of each shoe, which protect tttst
consumer against high prices and Inferior shoes. Beware of dealers
who acknowledge the superiority of W. L. Douglas' Shoes by attempt
ing to substitute other makes for them. Such substitutions are fraud"'
ulent, and subject to proseoutlon by law, for obtaining money under,
false pretencee. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
If not for sale In rear place eenj direct
wanted, rosin. Ir. AUKNTH WANTKU, M ill sis. eacls.lve sale Is abas dsajsaa.
wbrra I has, u. ayem anj .ilv.rils. tfc.n. tree In focal .r. ""'
LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES
ror t-aai.e ana
1 r nawmaiie wuenion ana I
I Diamond Pram.,
1 uoinf. aoiuiiawe
ftlaysila Caftalafjaa 1
aaae es aaaa,
JOHN rLOVELL ABMS OO
Mrs. G. 3. Ttowell, Meilford, Mass., say ba
mother ha been eurerl nf Sorofula by the as)
of four bottle ef "w t1"
roach other treat- taaUMjl ment, and
reduced to quite low erniditlon of hoalUs, I
was thought she could not lire. , .
WTfZTQ Cared mv little dot of I
fvTOw terT aorofula fg&. Which SfS
peareil all over his fW face, fa
a year I had -rfirlvennpaUawsi
of bis J?ii recovery, when finally
I wa 2e Indnned to uae I
Afewbo ""ttlescuredhlm.anclno I
Symptoms of the dlaeaso remain.
Mas. T. L. MATnr.w. Mathervllle, Mia.
Oarbookoa Blood sa l sstn l)i,i,,-,nirl-d te,
Swirr siaciric co.,Aiiuta.ta.
1' If U II O
CHILD BIRTH -i
" Mothers' Fttm ' l scientific- -j
ally prepared Liniment, every Ingre
dient of recognized value and in
constant use by the medical pro
fession. These ingredients are com- ,
bined in a manner hitherto unknown
WILL DO all that Is claimed for
It AM) MORE. It Shortens Labor,
Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to)
. Life of Mother and Child. Book
to " Mothers " mailed FREE, con
taining valuable Information and
voluntary testimonials. ,
Beat bvespresa on receipt of price tt.BOpeebutlSS 1
BRaOFIELO REGULATOR CO., Rtlsnta.O. . I
SOLI) BV ALL URtKintBTa )
Bia flassr Tiioarao, tbsj
moat noted phraletsn of Haas
land, inri that more thaas
half of all dueaaaa eoiua ftu
errors In diet
Bend for Free Sample ssT
Garfield Tea to Sl West .
4Sth Street, New Tork City.
MI of bd ffttlKKIcarM Hlrit IIrtMli9
RIPANS TABULE8 rrnu
mr uMiiru-ii, nvor mv.n dowml
i.urify tlie lilooH. nro uf and f
fiftnal. Th IrvHt (ruue.-al family
ConvtlnAtion, DTirscp-ta, konj
Breath, Headache, Moan Wo, Low
tit Aiprtltt Uot.t Iei)rialOB.
Pafnfilll(rwtlf n, llmpleii, Sailow
CmriTitaxInn. Tirv riIInsi aaut
r"? f7TnPfnri iiifa nMiultiiif from Tmfrrjra
- uiwai, rn imiiir inrj rnrmcn. Ui'rr or mTlllaa
Xto pcrfonn thflr prorwr function. IVrtiotia ulva r
J nTT-ritlnart heni-fitM by tk Inaa T A H f LF. aftw
aivsi 11 riiini. i-rn-f.iiv rriE.11, 1 iri I I rxiii m inc. jtt
t"!"" ssnu-n r. pT yy
PilvatB European Pailies
Under the patronage of
Mrs. M. I. Fraainr,
70 and 71 Olob Building, Boston.
Tour of eighty, sixty, fifty an J forty 6
I'm ty for North Cape sails June IS.
Ouua fur elroaiara an,t rulurouua.
drlteout yoo t Tbla query luorMM imim
I tonaitr m th warm wttatxier adfaooes. i
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la a power.ut UUr. it uurta tham a
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Bra doea a leaXt la a tura orTnUvt of ntun. anid
la a promoter of tSlaep la Faac," ttm 4
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Mnnr Fine etptclnltlr tm ifffi
wriv qutcc nuu wiuisj iuvum ui ti-miory, aimtji
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2 tc 8L75
is Faelsrr, alatlnc kind
alas and wldrB,
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igi to all lunninf pvts,
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