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Are Earty Shown. "
Just so evil in the blood
comes' out in shape of scrof
ula, pimples, etc, in children
and young people Taken in
time it can be eradicated by
using Hood' s Sarsaparilla,
In older people, the aftermath
of irregular living shows it
self in bilious conditions, a
heavy head, a foul mouth,
a general bad feeling.
It ia the blood, the impure blood,
friends, which ia the real cause. Purify
that with Hood's Sarsaparilla and
happiness will reign in your family.
BlOOd Poison I lived in a bed of fire
for years owing to blood poisoning that fol
lowed small pox. It broke out all over my
body, itching intensely. Tried doctors and
hospitals in vain. I tried Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. It helped. I kept at it and was en
tirely cured. I could po on the housetops
and ehnut about it." Mas. J. T. Williams,
Scrofula Sores -"My baby at two
months had srrofula sores on ilnfk and
arm. Local applications and physicians'
medicine did little or no Rood. Hood's Sar
saparilla cured him permanently. He is
now four, with smooth fair skin." Mas.
S. S. V botes, Farmington, Del.
R3odIillscareiierills: non-irritatlnt n4
the oaly cathartic to take with Hood s Sarsaparilla.
HE DID NOT HAVE IT.
How a Joshing Judge Salted UdhI
William Lightfoot Yisscher tells tlii char
acteristic story of Hon. Isaac Parker, fuinnu
as the terrible judge at Fort Smith, Ark,
who prohably sentenced more men to he ex
ecuted than any other judge that ever lived.
This was not, however, because he was sn
unrelentingly severe, but because lie had
the hardest and most numerous lot of crim
inals to deal with that ever came within the
jurisdiction of such an official. ine day
when there was an unusually Iarse Ivitt-h it
culprits to be sentenced, the judge lucked
compasisonately over his spectacles at one
young scamp, and said:
"in consideration of the youth mid in
experience of this prisoner I shall let him oil
with a fine of SfjO "
Before the judge had done speaking tli
very fresh young man coolly stretched his
nglit leg and r.m his hand into his ti,, users'
pocket on one side, remarking noncliulantlj
as he did so:
"That's all hunky, judge: I've git thai
much right hero in my jear.s."
"And one year in the penitentiary," con
cluded the ju!ge. Then looking over at the
convict in a quizzical sort of way. he added:
"Do you happen to have that in your jean?"
Woman's Home Companion.
A genial prrson is one who laugh hrartilj
when he hears a funny story a second time.
Will it cure? Use St. Jacobs Oil for lame
back and you'll see.
"I feel all run down." said the j.rf-u'at
ritizen as the cyclist rode over him. L. A.
I use Piso's Cure for Consumption birth in
my family and practice. Dr. (J. W. Patter
eon, Inka'ter, Mich., Nov. 5, 1804.
When we hear of a fire where the orgar
was saved, we don't know whether it is an
advantage or a detriment. Washingtol
A "doubting Thomas" full of aches usci
St. uacous Oil. He's cured.
In order to keep the stove hot you shcuic
keep it coaled. Chicago Daily News.
Explosions of Coughing are stopped bj
TT.de s Honey of liorehound and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute
Set all things in their own peculiar place
and know that order is the greatest grace.
Y'ou will be disabled by Eheumatism. Use
St. Jacobs Oil and cure it.
A bad player and a bad piano make a bad
combination. Atchison Globe.
Unqualified Success of Lydia E.
Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wheelock, Magno
lia, Iowa, in the following letter de
scribes her recovery from a very criti
" Deab Mrs. Pixkham: I have oeen
taking your Vegetable Compound, and
am now- ready to sound
its praises. It
has done won
ders for me in
of a tumor.
has been poor
for three years.
Change of life
upon me. 1
and was a bur
den to myself Was troubled with
smothering 6pcilj, also palpitation o.
the heart and that bearing-down feel,
ing, and could not be on my feet much.
' I was growing worse all the time,
nntil I took your medicine.
"After taking three boxes of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Lozenges, the tumor passed from me.
"My health has been better ever
since, can now walk quite distance
and am troubled no more with palpita
tion of the heart or bloating. I rec
ommend your medicine to all tufferera
from female troubles."
It is hardly reasonable to suppose
that ny one can doubt the efficiency
of Mrs. Pinkham's methods and medi
cine In the face of the tremendous vol
ume of testimony.
I HIE MINI
A Complete Report of the Relief
Work of the War Department
Sent to Congress.
SUCCINCT STATEMENT OF CAPT. P. H. RAY
Nothlnc Found In Either Alaska or the
Northwest Territory to Justify the Great
Rash or People There, or the Enormous
Inrestoieot In Trai-sportation and Trad-
1,1 c Companies.
Washington, Feb. 21. Secretary Al
ger has transmitted to congress a
complete report on the relief work of
the war department in the Klondike
country, undertaken under act of con
gress as a. result of reports that ex
treme distress among the miners fol
lowed the inliux to the gold country
during 189T-9S. It embraces the de
tailed reports of Capt. P. II. Hay and
Lieut. Y. 1. Kichur.lson. Aside from,
details of the relief work, t'apt. Hay's
last report, dated .May last, contains
the following interesting statement:
CAl'T ilAVS STATEMENT.
"I deem it of the greatest impor
tance for the development of the coun-
trv th.it ro:ils si,,., ,1,1 l. ,n..,.,i
to enable the people to enter the coun- j to soIi,,it subscriptions there will be
try not. only from the Yukon to the !siv,:l1 surprises for the World's fair
open sea in our own country, which ' -nhusiast3 in St. Louis. This mem
is of the greatest importance, but to ' ber ,,f l'"mmi,u'L' sa-vs ,I,:,t I,e can
i n:, 1,1,. niit,..r ;m,l ,-,.v,.,., i vouch for iit least two capitalists in
into the interior with their sumiiies.
Under existing conditions persons can
enter the country only bv the one
(rreat highway-the Yukon river and
they can' not "hope to be landed at anv
point in Alaska earlier than July J.
The gold-bearing districts are from
50 to 150 miles back from the main
stream. There are not any summer
trails except fKt trails, and provi
sions and mining tools can only be
transported on the backs of men.
"I do not find anything cither in
Alaska or Northwest territory to jus
tify the great rush of people to that
country, or tne enormous investment
now oeing made in transportation,
trading and mining companies. n
j Northwest territory no discoveries of
extraordinary richness have been ;
; made since that of the Klondike, and :
the claim!-, are almost entirely con- J
lined to P.onanza, Eldarado. Dominica,
Jlonkii and Sulphur, with a few ;
claims on Hear creek.. I
In this district all rich claims are
well known and held at very high ;
prices, and while the whole country
i has I n staked it has been done for
j speculative purposes, and no work i.-5 j
1 being done except such as is necessary :
to hold title until they can 1h- sold to
the unwary newcomer or disposed of
I in the .states for corporation schemes. !
j Capt. Constant inc. of the Canadian
Northwestern mounted police, is inv i
, authority for denouncing the move-1
i ment as a fraud.
I "In the abseence of any other ln
j dustry. except cutting wood for the
! river boats, I do not see anything in
I the future for over 00 per cent, of the
people now flocking to that country;
j but disappointment and suffering.
Even those who obtain employment at '
$1:.-i0 per hour, find that after de- I
I uuciing ine cost ot lood-paekiii-r. ca:i- !
tiles, etc., they do not net to exceed V!
per day, and they tell me it is barely
enough to tide them over the idle sea
son. "I'p to date no paying mineral lodes'
vi cimci- ijohi or silver nave iieen dis
i ., ,
covered in north Alaska,
so far as j
DKYKLOPMKXT WILL i'.K SLOW.
"I am now fully satisfied that in the
near future Alaska will 1m- the source
of great wealth, but the development
will necessarily be slow owing to the
climate conditions. I recommend the
early introduction of horses, mules
and cattle and ectni inducements
should be held out for the develop- '
ment of agriculture in the valley of. here next June. The contractors are
The lower Yukon especially. Wild hay 1 tinder bond of $10,000 to complete the
can be obtained there in great ahumi- j building by June 10. The stage is to
af,cc, and oats, barley and spring j be ready for rehearsals June 1.
wheat can be successfully cultivated j Chairman Schuler of the commit
as well as potatoes, turnips, and all tee on reception announces that quar
the more hardy garden vegetables, all ters have been secured already for 1.125
of which would be required for many j singers, most of them being'from Ger-
years to meet the local demand, and
by reducing the cost of tarnsportation
and food render it possible to profita
bly work a large per cent, of tlte
mines now lying idle."
A NEW ALASKAN TOWN.
tt Will be Named Tako.and Will oe Advan
taceoanly Located on Talsh Kay,
In the Atlln District.
Tacoma, Wash., Feb. 21. Engineer
J. T. Jones has returned to Juneau
from a surveying trip over the Taku
trail to the Atlin district. He sur
veyed the site of a new town, which
will be called Taku. It is advantage
ously located on Taku bay, four miles
above the mouth of the Taku river,
and about 25 miles from Juneau, and
is expected to become the ocean term
inus of a railroad in which eastern
capitalists are interested. This, road
is to traverse the Atlin mining dis
trict, and will extend to Tcsliu on the
route to the Klondike country.
The Hoote Committee on Appropriation
Ordered a Favorable Report on
the BUI to Taj It.
Washington, Feb. 21. The housa
committee on appropriations ordered
a favorable report on the bill to pay
Spain $20,000,000 for the Philippines.
An amendment declaring the policy
of the government toward the Philip
pines was defeated by a party rote.
Chairman Cannon was directed to call
cp the bill undv suspension of tha
BEAT ALL RECORDS.
Extraordinary Bun of the llorlioetaa
Fast Mail Between Cbicaco
Omaha, Xcb.. Feb. 19. The west
bound IUirlington fast mail train beat
all previous records between the two
cities. The train left Chicago Friday
evening at 10:47, being1 delayed by
the eastern connections. The train
was an unusually heavy one, carrying
the accumulated mail delayed in the
east. The weight of the mail in the
cars is estimated at 250 tons. The
best time was made between Chicago
and Burlington, when it exceeded 100
miles per hour for several spurts. The
train reached its destination at 8:01
a. in. The actual elapsed time was 9
! hours and 14 minutes; actual running
time, taking out stops, 8 hours and 44
minutes for the 502 miles. The best
previous runs were the east-bound
mail on the Uurlington, January 2, 9
hours 23 minutes, and a Northwestern
Fpecial last summer, 9 hours and 29
THE ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR.
The Finance Committee Will Have o
Trouble in Raising the five Million
St. Louis, Feb. 1!). A member of
the World's fair executive committee
is authority for the statement that
' nnanee committee licgms
i I-oll!s have promised to sub-
' ribe loo,0(iO each, while $50,000 sul-
"-'npiions win not oe uncommon, j ne
l:,'"t '"at the .local ..,!)( I0,i00
: tc",1 1,e raised in short order goes
without question. Asv
THE G. A. R. COBblANDERSHIP.
The .Judge Advocate General Decides that
the National Kxecutlve Committee
Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. 19. Capt.
Eli Torrance.of Minneapolis, judge ad-
I vecate general of the National G. A.
: ,;lti,,,, m.,i,. i,;t ,i,
l in the matter of the disputed sucees- '
I t-ion to the national commandership
made vacant bv the death of Col. Sex- '
ton, of Chicago. The decision is that
a successor must be elected, that thers
is no promotion in the I!. A. 1J.
Capt. Torrance holds that the execu
tive committee of the National council
powerto elect the com ma nder.
ing of the national council,
cision is sustained by a len
rthy a,;d !
NEBRASKA WINTER WHEAT.
Ailvtres from the Northern l-ortlon of the
Stale Sllonr tareat IlitlllitKe Hone
liy Cold Weather.
I Omaha. Neb.. Feb. 20. Advices to
the I'.ee from its regular cttrrcspoud
I cuts in northern Nebraska indicate
that the winter wheat crop has bee:t
badly damaged by the recent cold
snap. Those who have examined the
' fields say that if there had been even
a light covering of snow the germ
i would have withstood the extreme
cold. As it was, however, the ground
' was bare nearly all over the state at
the time the severe weather came on
and the result, is that in many locali
ties the crop will be a total failure.
"bile in others it will be very light
! Dodge county reports the most severe
I SAENGERBUND CENTENNIAL.
Oreat Preparation Making In Clnrlnimt.
to Entertain Their Musical
(auentff in Juue.
Cincinnati, l'eb. 20. Ground will be
broken to-day for the grea tint e nation
al saencrcrfest buildinir. The centennial
of this organization wiil lie celebrated
many. Most of the musical societies
of this country will send representa
tives here in person to secure quar
ters. AT A RJ0LDAGE.
Mrs. Zachariah Chandler, Widow of the
Famous Mich lean Statesman, fassos
Detroit, Mich., Feb. 20. Mrs. Zacha
riah Chandler, widow of the famous
Michigan statesman, died here yester
day afternoon. She had lieen a suffer
er for several months from various in
firmities incident to old age, to which
she finally succumbed. Mrs. Chand
ler's maiden name was Letitia Doug
las. She was a native of Baltimore,
but previous to her marriage, lived in
New York. During Senator Chand
ler's career in Washington.Mrs. Chand
ler passed the winters at Washington,
where she was know n as a social enter
tainer. Much of her time in later
years was spent at Ellsworth, Me.
PEACE AND HONESTY.
What They Hare Done for the Develop
ment of Trade and Commerce
Lima, Peru, Feb. 20. The Teruvian
government is about to publish in En
glish a pamphlet giving a synopsis of
the commercial statistics of Peru dur
ing the last three years. It is extreme
ly interesting as showing an increase
in revenue generally and a 50-per-cen.
increase in exportations, both due, the
government will declare, to peace and
THE CORTES REASSEMBLES. !
Sanatora Who Want the Blood of Spanish
Generals and Admirals to Flow
Madrid, Feb. 21. The cortes rea
Ecmbled yesterday. The galleries ia
both chambers were thronged with an
expectast crowd. The senate was rerf
full, hardly a single senator being ab
sent. Senor Montero Ilios, president of tht
senate, in opening the proceeding
pronounced an eulogy upon M. Faure,
and a resolution of condolence with
France was adopted unanimously.
The Bill to Cede the Philippines.
Senor SugaMa, the premier, then
proposed to refer the bill providing
for the cession of the I'hili, pines to
the United States to a special commit
tee, but this the conservatives protest
ed against, declaring that the bill
ought to be conscientiously discussed,
and Senor Sagasta withdrew his pro
posal. Conduct of Spanish Kenerals During tits
Count d'Almenas then brought up
the question of the conduct of the gen
erals engaged in the war in Cuba, de
claring that Cen. Primo Uivera, (Jen.
Weyler, (ien. Klanco. Admiral Cervcra
and Gen. Linares had proved failures.
This declaration elicited much a
plause from the public galleries, in
consequence of which several of th?
spectators were expelled from the
Tlie Shameful Capitulation of Santiago
Observing that he would deal wi:h
the "shameful capitulation of Santia
go," Count d'Almenas asked the house
whether he should proceed, anil was
' answered with cries of "yes" and "no."
j and a general uproar ensued.
A repetition of the query provoking
a still greater tumult. Senor Sagasta
arose and defended the government
and its peace commissioners. The pre
mier criticized America's unjustified
conduct, and said that everything
might be discussed concerning the wai
liecause the ci'ses of the generals wer
slill sub judicio.
Five Months of Peace anil Not a SlugU
Count d'Almenas resumed his at
tack upon the generals, and coin
plained that "five months had elapsed
and not a single general had been
This gave rise to another tumult,
; and Count d'Almenas was called to ot- j
der. Again he asked wliv the "cnerals
. who capitulated bad not lM-cu'execut-
, . ... ... , , ,!
jed. It is quite true, he declared, ,
j "that the army is an armv of lions led '
' by asses." Capt .-Gen. Illaneo's admin
istration in (nb:i w:is dotilomble. 1-.a
: .-, , ,, ,,, ri.SIin,ls:ni,. fnT
i the surrender at Santiago.
I jeei-iii!inatioiis eoiiiinueii net ween
; Count d'Almenas and Lieut.- Gen. Cor- !
rt a. the minister of war. and tin-re was
! r in wi ll disorder. Then Gen. Prima '
; de liivcrn arose and denouncd Count ,
; d'Almenas as a "contemptible caliim- '
i inator." j
Gen. l;!;:no followed, li. fen-iing t!i,? '
I generals and accepting full responsi- ;
' bilitv for events in Cuba during his j
''command in the island. (Jen. llarges ;
also donouiieed Count d'Almenas as a i
After a promise on the part of Count
d'Almenas to produce proofs of his as
sertions to-day, the senate adjourned.
THE SAM0AN DISPUTE.
The Whole Matter Nirar Kntirely Wlthll
the Line or Sr-tr-TVill n Set
tled liy Diplomacy.
Washington, Feb. 21. What is re-
P!ir,I, 1 :,s an inspired suggestion, coin-
ing iroin j.criin. 10 ine eucct mat tut-
fereiiees between the powers party to
the treaty of Berlin, relative to Samoa,
could best be adjusted by mutual dis
claimers for the objectionable acts of
their agents at Apia, is regarded here
as evidence that the whole matter is
now entirely within the line of safety.
Contrary to the accepted belief her:
the German president of the munici
pal council, KatTel, has not yet left
Apia, but information has reached
here that he will sail from there to
day. While Raffel has many good qualities
and acted with humanity in giving
shelter to the partisans of Malietoi
when they were in great distress from
the attacks of the Mataafa men, he ban
a high temper and lacks tact. On our
intimation Germany ordered KafTel to
leave Apia, and come to Germany, re
placing him by another German; but it
would lie incorrect to state that our
government has demanded the with
drawal of the officials of German na
tionality. Nor has the German gov
ernment demanded the withdrawal ol
Chief Justice Chambers
But objections to all parties have
been pretty strongly noted in the of
ficial correspondence. Our govern
ment has called attention to the ar
bitrary conduct of the German consul.
Rose, and of Dr. Raffel, in connection
with the recent uprising, while the
German government has not failed to
object to Chief Justice Chamliers deci
sion against Mataafa, and against the
assumption by him of the right to
try and punish German subjects.
These issues are not very imp-irtant,
after all. in the opinion of the cfficiaJa
here, who say they will readily lend
themselves to cool, diplomatic treat
ment. Arrsngemrata for thn Transfer
Boston, Feb. 21. A message was re
ceived yesterday afternoon by Mr. Al
exander Martin, Boston agent of the
Cunard line, from the home office at
Liverpool, regarding the arrangements
for the transfer of the passengers of
the steamship Pavonia, which was
towed into St. Michaels on Saturday,
disabled, to the effect that those on
board the Pavonia will leave the
Azores about the 22d, probably by the
steamship Vega. The Vega is an
ocean-going vessel plying regularly he.
tween New York and Spanish ports.
ilia Peculiar View.
"Doesm't it sometimes make you gloomy
to hear the wind howling about od a wild
"No," answered the man with a careworn
look. "I rather like to hear it. The wind
doesn't come up and ring your door bell and
ask how about that hill, or tell you you'll
get arrested if you don't tag your dog. It
doesn t sing I H on t do Home fill Morn
ing' awav off the key and disgrace the
neighborhood. It bowls because tt enjoys
it. Hut it never says anything to hurt any
body's feelings. 1 sometimes honestly wish
that there was more wind in this life and
less people. ashmgton Post.
State of Ohio, Citt op Toledo,
LfCAS C'OfSTT, I
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he ia the
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney
& Co., doing business in the city of Toledo,
County and State aforesaid, and that said
firm will pay the sum ofOne Hundred Dol
lars for each and every case of catarrh that
cannot be cured hv the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, this 6th day of December, A. D.
1SSC A. W. t;LEASON,
fSeal . Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
acts directly on the blood and mucous sur
faces of the svstem. Send for testimonials,
free. F. J. CH ENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by drusgists, 75e.
Hall's Familv Pills are the best.
TTa, ha!" laughed Desdemona, derisively.
"Do your worst!"
For, it being a or.e-night stand, the pillow
borrowed from the hotel certainly wasn't
large enough to smother anybody.
"Think not to escape me, wretched wom
en!" cried Othello, deftly felling her with a
chunk of cord wood.
Thus art rises superior to obstacles. De
Florida Air Line.
The Louisville Air Line has inaugurated
for the season through Sleeping car route to
Jacksonville, Fia., in connection with the
Southern Railway, Oueen & Crescent Uoute
and Florida and Central Peninsular railroad,
Eassing through the important cities of
ouisville, Lexington, Chattanooga, At
lanta. Macon. This line affords passengers
for Florida trip via Asheviile, N. C, the
greatest American all-year-around resort.
Correspondence solicited and information
promptly furnished. K. A. Campbell, Gen
eral Passenger Agent, St. Louis. Mo.
What Caused the Fracture.
Hanson Did you hear about Stewart? He
is suffering from a broken jaw.
Billhury That's what football comes to.
"Hut it wasn't football. It was golf. A
tangle with the dialect, you know." Bostcn
Many l'cople Cannot Dri3R
coffee at nicht. It spoils their sleep. You
can drink Orain-O when you please and sleep
like a tup. For Uruin-O does not stimulate;
it nourishes, cheers anil feeds. Yet it looks
and tastes like the best coffee. For nervous
persons, young people ami children Grain-O
the perfect drink. Made from pure grains.
(,et a package from your grocer to-day. lry
jt m ,,iare ,,, otfre. ir,
Freddy What's a reformer, pa?
Cobwizcr He's a man who failed to get
a nomination on the machine ticket Judge.
You Can t.ct Allen's Foot-Kitse FKKK.
Write to Allen S. Olmsted, Lc Boy,
N. Y., for a KHKK sample of Allen's Foot
Kave, a powder to shake into your shoes. Jt
cures eiiiliilains. sweating, damp, swollen,
aching f, c!. It makes tight shoes easy.
Cures Corns, Bunions and Ingrowing Nails.
Alidi-i-ggistsand slioestoressell it. U"cenUi.
The fool's advice may he pror. hut it is at
lea-; s. Metre. Chicago Daily News.
hat does your mirror say?
Does tt tell you or some lime
streaks of gray? Are you
pleased? Do your friends of
tne same age scow tnis loss
of power also
Just remember that gray
hair never Incomes darker
without help, while dark hair
rapidly becomes gray when
once toe cnanije Degins.
will bring back to your balr
tae coior or youtn. it never
tails, it is lust as sure as
that heat melts snow, or that
water quencnes nre.
It cleanses the scalp also
and prevents the formation of
dandruff. It feeds and nour
ishes the bulbs of the hair
making them produce a luxu
riant growth. It stops the
hair from falling out and gives
a fine soft finish to the hair
Ws hire a book an th Hair and
Scalp which you may obtain tra
If yon do not obtain all the benedta
ipectea irom toe ae oi ih
A GOOD GARDEN
Is m pleasure and a profit Grwrr seed book di
rects a rifrbt befrfnniDR. iJret ry a Seed insure the
most successful end) on. Get the book now it's free.
JAMES J.JI. tiUKUOBY SOX. Xarbiekcatl, Baa.
L. & M. HATURAl LEAF PLUG
CORNER STONE PLUG
6CALPING KHIFX PLUG
SLEDGE KIXTURE SC0EIX6
II too expected from the oe of u H
II Vigor, write the Doctkr about tt. fl
1 1 Address, Sit. J. v.. AVER. 1 1
1 1 Lowell. Mass. I 1
XalGfrGErrX fc MYKRH TOBACCO "SMPV, M-n-nfai-t
MISSOURI'S WAR GOVERNOR
Restored By Pe-ru-na.
GOVERNOR T. C FLETCHER.
Hon. Thomas C. Fletcher, the noted
war Governor of the State of Missouri,
is a great friend of Pe-ru-na. Hewrites:
The Pe-ru-na Drug M'f g Co., Columbus,
Gentlemen For years I have been
afllicted with chronic catarrh, which
has gone through my wholesystem.and
no one knows the torture and misery I
have passed through. My doctor has
prescribed various remedies, and I have
never found any relief until I was per
suaded by a friend to use Dr.Hartman's
Pe-ru-na. After the use of one bottle I
feel like a new man. It also cured me
of a dropping I had in my throat, and
built my system up generally. To those
who are suffering with catarrh I tike
pleasure in recommending your gr.att
medicine. Very respectfully,
" Thomas C. Fletcher.
Everything that affects the welfare oi
the people is a legitimate subject of
comment to the real statesman. The
statesman is not a narrow man. It is
the politician who is narrow. The trne
statesman looks out on the world as it
is. and seeks, as far as is in hispower.to
remedy evils and encourage the good.
Catarrh in its various forms is rapid
ly becoming a national curse. An un
doubted remedy has been discovered by
Dr. Ilartman. This remedy has been
thoroughly tested during the past forty
years. Prominent men have come to
know of its virtues and are making pub
lic utterances on the subject. To save
the country we must save the people.
To save the people we must protect
them from disease. The disease that is
at once the most prevalent and stub
born of cure is catarrh.
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S WINCHESTER REPEATIH9 ARMS CO.,
180 Winchester Are.. HEW 2AV2.1, C03H.
rSaluri Seeds art Wanutei U fndiea.
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' bv rrowin? 2jH buUirU Bitf Foot OfcU : J. Ere.der. 1
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juu.iw bcw customer, nr r re wtu anra on itim
I 10 DOLLARS VVORTH FOR 10c
I 10 pkrvnf rare firm ant!. Salt Bosh. Rape tbr Shn. ,
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36 pkrt rariwt neta
tOOOs of UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS SAY
Permainti cures mil Itchiav, Burninn. ttcalef.
Koalpanlikin Diseases, such as Salt Kbeum. Kc-x-raa.
Kcaid Heart. Cbilblalna. Piles. Burns, flab?
U u mors. Iandrnff. Itctainit Scalp. Fallinc Hair
(thickenlnstand maklnjc i Soft. Hi Iky. and Luxuri
ant). All Face Eruptions frodactnaa Soft. Clear.
Beanriful Skin anU romplexton). It contains no
tread. Sulphur. Cantharides or anything Inturtoos.
An eay. great seller Lady canvassers make ft I
to tt:t a day. Druitglsts or mail AOe. Cant liar ia
MimifirTurlrir Co.. N. Y. Address T
MAKHFIELD. irt, OI-E BlDOE, A. J.
of Western Canada,
and tbrlr Tastcasa and
Eroductlveness and tea
road expanse of tba
Grazlna plains Kast of
the Rocky Mountains aa
well as tbe beautiful re
wards for toil of tbakaa
bandman. was wb. '-oi-pressed
Editors on tbelr inn
tbronffb that eountrr last summer. Kreebomescaa
be bad tbere. and particulars obtained front tba
Ihpabt tT or rni Intkrior. Ottawa. Canadaor
to C a. BROIieHTOX. 1SS oMonadnoeft
Buildlu. Chicago, and J. 8. CHAW01Ut.Z14 Wasa
MlnU buaet, Kansas City. Ms.
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