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fJANNIK H. HUCKnilY
Matrimony by mnl! linii met with
setback because pholoxraphy Is too
A monkey broke up a ftlrls' party
down In Ohio. This monkey, how
ever, wa.i not Invited.
Prince Tenuis of P.ttcnherR pciv
proof that he I the possessor of a
good set of digestive organs.
Klr.K George of G rcee buys Ms
wife a now (sown every day. Won
der what he has been caught at.
Illph tides have been flooding the
canals of Venice and the Venetian
street department is la sore atraits.
A land flowing with milk and honey
wouldn't appeal ao much to some peo
ple as a land Bowing with beer and
The shah of Fersia, ia said to have
an unconquerable aversion to lobsters.
Teheran la no place for a musical
Sir Tommy Lipton says he reprets
never having been married. All rtsht,
girls; his address la "care of King
When a Russian worklnsman sees
a new manifesto by the novernmen.
his first Impulse is not to take it home
and try it on the piano.
The fact that a Philadelphia man
committed suicide while h'.s daughter
was piayinfr "Goodbye, LiUia Girl,
Goodbye." is significant.
If It Is true that music will curs
crime it is on the homeopathic prin
ciple of similia c'.millniia curantur,
when ragtime Is employed.
He Is a reckless man who on leav
ing St. Petersburg pays out money for
a return ticket in the hope that he
may want to use it some time.
How much extra would you be will
ing to pay for that favored pair of
horses at the New York show that
was kissed by Mrs. Vanderbilt?
That celebrated English beauty doe
tor who is coming over to cure Ameri
can women of homeliness should re
main where she can do most good.
The telephone now -Is blamed fcr
putting corns on the ear. But It has
yet to encourage corns on the tongue
of the impatient and irascible sub
scriber. The Russian name for the league
of Leagues Is Obstchestvo Professlon
alnlkh Obstchestv. Is It any wonder
that this organization has terror lit d
The queen of Greece Is the oidy
woman admiral In the world, having
received that distinction from the
czar of Russia. Russian admirals
are a miscellaneous lot.
Twelve rules for choosing a hus
band are formulated by a New York
woman. The first one Is, Choose oao
with money. The other eleven do not
matter. Chicago Journal.
1 One of the saddest figures in the
world is the optimist who believes
that human Ingenuity will yet be able
to frame a law that human Ingenuity
will not be able to evade.
Alfred Austin, the English peet
laureate, says he never reads what
the newspapers publish about him
Even In his writings Alfred shows
that he baa little taste for humor.
A great deal of Inventive talent is
wasted on flying machines that mlrtt
be useful to mankind if turned In the
direction of making the frog In the
railway switch track less deadly.
fomelviy robbed h city of Ruf
lalo of ro,Msfl four year ago, and It
hat Just been found out. Kut that a
nothing. Phladelphia baa been robtted
of millions that never will be found
Th Florida orange crop la reported
to be small this year, but the oranges
are. said to be exceptionally good.
These two rumors Indicate that the
orange trust Is getting ready to raise
To Upton's two merits, that be
failed to "lift the cup" and that he
never married, he will probably be
able to add a third, that he ever men
tioned the second, as wxiit a the re
turns come lu.
Sir Thomas Upton's regret at not
having been able yet to lilt the
America's cup Is more or less offset
by the satisfaction of thinking that
so many millions of his customers
tegularly lift the teacup.
There has not been such alarm, dis
tress, perturbation, fear, and misery
In Boston since Cervera'a fleet nearly
bombarded the city as there is now.
Boston Is threatened with a bean
famine. Sacred Codfish! . What Is
to b done?
A Springfield. Ohio, boy ag1 S
ytars has composed a comic opera
which Is to be put on the stage. We
sniped, however, that some of the re
cent musical prod in tiuus were turned
out by younger children than the
SIX MONTHS IN JAIL AND A FINE
OF ?,5C0 SAYS THE COURT.
CUT Oil AN APPEAL BOND
Judgs Van Devanter Stayed th execu
tion ef the Sentence Kerens
on $5,000 Bail.
ST. LOCI, M O, Joseph Ralph Ilur
ton. Culled Stales senator from Kan
sas, has been sentenced in the I'nlted
States circuit court to serve six months
In the Iron county Jail, Ironton, Mo.,
and to pay a fine of $2.r.0fi as a penalty
for conviction upon the Indictment
charging that he had acted In the ca
pacity of a paid attorney In behalf of
the Rlnlto Grnln and Securities com
pany of Bt- Louis before the Postoffice
department to prevent 'he Issuance
of a fraud order. Senator Burton was
released on a bond of $".,000, with R.
C. Kerens as surety, pending an appeal
to the Vnlted States supreme court,
fexeeut.on of sentence was staid penJ
After a trial which continued
throughout last week Senator Burton
was found guilty early Sunday morn
ing on six counts, which charged that
he agreed to receive compensation for
his services as an attorney before the
Postoffice department In behalf of
the Rialto company and two charging
that he received such compensation.
A number of friends crow, led around
the senator after the ordeal was over.-
lie shook his hands with then? and
accepted their good wishes without
comment. The courtroom wai pretty
Troll crowded with friends of the sen
ltor and by others interested in the
ease. The general opinion after the
sentence was passed was that It was
what was tr hnve been expected.
Senator Burton refuse! to discuss
the sentence and referred Inquiries
to his attorneys, who wire also un
communicative. FIXED A UNITED
STATES SENATOR $1,000
DENVER. vOL-Vnited States Sen
ator Thomas McDoueal Patterson, pro
prietor of the R:eky Mountain News
and the Denver Times, has been fined
$1,000 for alleged contempt of court
and ordered to stand committed until
the fine was paid. Subsequently an
appeal to the t'nlted States supreme
court broueht about the suspension of
the fine. Just before the penalty was
announced Senator Patterson, when
asked If he had anything to say. shook
an accusing finger at Chief Juitice
Gabtert and told the court the article
complained of was true. There was
a sensation at Patterson's stand and
on angry Rush mounted Judge Gab-
bert's check when he commanded the
bailiffs to stop any demonstrations.
When the Rush till, merging the
city and county of Denver, was de
clared unconstitutional by the supreme
court, that tribunal unseated nil Dem
ocratic county officers, replacing them
with Republican cffirials. At the time
8enter Pnttrrron printed a cartoon
showing Chief Justice Gabbort as the
clil f high cxecut loner, decnnliatlng
the county officers. Prior to this time
the Denver News had crliieltel Judge
Gabtert for his decision In the Mover
RESULTS OF THE LAKE STORM.
Five Vessels Wrecked and Sunk and
Five Others Stranded.
Dl'Ll'TH, MINN. The net results
of the great storm on Lake Suerlor,
as far a known, are the total wrecks
of the steamers Mataafa. Crescent
Citv. Edenltorn and Lafavette. the
sinking of the Elwood In Dututh har
bor, the stranding of the barge Manila
and the steamer W. B. England, the
stran'lng of the Bransford at Isle
Royale and two barges missing, the
Madeira and Constitution. The Brans
ford escaped with a puncture In her
forwarl eompsrtment and succeeded
In reaching Dulitth. A fireman off the
Ia'avett was drowned and the second
Itant engineer of the Edenliorn
was lost. Their nanus are unobtain
able President Cotilby of the Pittsburg
Steamship company arrived at mid
nlfht cn a ap-clal train with mueh
wrecking apparatus, and an effort will
be made to save some erf the strand
ed boats, among them the Manila.
FLOODS IN OHIO AND KENTUCKY.
Th Peoole In One Town Forced to
Flee to the Highlands. .
CINCINNATI, OHIO. Heavy Jam
an'e from flmd and rBin Is reported
from Ohio river points. A cloudburst
at Carrollton. Kv, caused damage es
timated t $no,oon. Th,. town of Mur-phyf-vllle
Is under water, the people
having been forced to the blgh land
for safety. Heavy, damage is report
ed In M-wis and Pie mi tig counties,
600 Bales of Cotton Burn.
OK EM AH, OKLA. Nearly CtO bales
of col Ion were U-Htroyed by fire on
the railroad platform here, a spark
from a freight ngine causing the
I laze, only twenty bales were saved.
The loss la about $35,000; mostly lie
Hearing Is Postponed.
NEW YORK The taking at testi
mony bore In the case of the slate of
Missouri against the Standard Oil
Company, which was act for tecem
ber, has been postpoued until Jan. S.
RCCE KFE.LLCR IS ELUDING THEM.
The Stsn.tard Oil Klng'a Employees
Protectlno Him From Subpoenas.
NRW YOfiK. Although a doen
process servers have been looking for
John D. Rockefeller and other Stand
ard OH notable to serve thnti with
pnprrs issued by Supreme Court Just
Ire I'ltserald, at the Inquest of Gov
ernor Polk of MlKxouii, Mr. Rocke
feller has been living quietly at hi
country mansion at Pocantlco hllla,
Mr. Rockefeller takes dally rides
around his estate, ncompanled by a
body guard, and when a stranger ap
proaches his horse are whipped up
and he is driven to his homo befor
the stranger can get near him. But
lers bar tho tWr at the house and tell
callors that Mr. Rockefeller It "not at
It is reported that the watchers will
camp out around the Rockefeller place
and endeavor to serve the milllonarie
when he goes out. The statement Is
made that he has not been on the
ilnks since Governor Folk began
BRIDGEPORT. CONN. During a
mass play In a game of football be
tween two local teams. Leo McNally.
aged 2. hint his soino fractured and
is not expected to ilve.
SULLIVAN, iTd Right Halfback
Williams, of the Owetisvllle. Ind., Ath
letic club, sustained a fracture,! skull
in a football grttno here. Ills condi
tion is serious.
PEORIA, ILL. George Pryor. tac
kle on the football team of the Social
Athletic club, was seriously Injured
in the groin In a game played here
between the local team and Ijorobard
college. The Injury will necessitate
an operation, which will probably dis
til le the player. Lombard college was
defeated by the score cf 11 to C, but
the last touchdown by the Peoria team
is protested, Ijimbard claiming a tie
CHICAGO Another football ens
ur.lty was added to the s-ason's a?f
grecate. Arthur S. Whitney, rlt'ht
halfback of the Clyde team, a social
organization, sustained concussion of
the brain and other internal Injuries
Whitney was Injured while one of the
opposing players was trying to make
an end one. While Whitney is In a
dangerous condition. It is believed his
injuries will cot prove fatal.
NEW YORK. The resignation of
President Richard A. MeCurdy of the
Mutual Life Insurance company has
been accepted by the board of trustees
of that company.
The resignation of Mr. McCurly was
presented to the board of trustees to
day. Krederlrk Cromwell, treasurer
ef the Mutual Life, was tunned by the
trustees to act temporarily a spresi-
j Jent oi the company.
I The resignation o fJnst.ee Kufus W.
P-'ckharn s trrstee of the Mutual also
ass received by the beard an 1 was
A JEW "PARADE OF MOURNING."
The Demonstration In Philadelphia In
Mmorv ef Massacre Victims.
PHILADELPHIA. In the face of
a sweeping rainstorm, s"veral thou
sand Jewish residents of this city
participated In a "parade of mourn
ing" in memory of tho vietirns of the
ft'isslsn mnssnrres. The procession
was under tho auspices of the De
fense and Aid society and the local
branch of the Russian Arbltwrhun 1.
A large mass meeting, at which sey.
eral hundred dollars was collected for
the Jewish suffers preceded tho pa
rade. MARSHALL FIELD DIES.
Son ef Millionaire Morchent Suc
cumbs to Wound From Pistol.
CHICAGO. Marshall Field. Jr., died
t Mercv hospital. An Inquest will be
held Frldny afternoon. His wife and
his father were at the bedside when
the end came. The body was Im
mediately removed 'o the Field home,
from where the funeral will he held.
A Heavy Storm In North Sea,
CCXHAVEN. GERMANY. A great
storm, accompanied bv lightning and
hall. Is rnelnr In th" North sea. The
regular English services Is overdue)
and shipping from this port has been
entirely stopped. There has been
Haakon Takes Oath.
CIIRISTIANIA -King Haakon has
taken the oath to support the Nor
Bank Robbers In Indian Territory.
OWL I. T. Robbers wrecked the
bank at Owl, I. T., and etcuped with
Tawnev to Head Appropriations.
WASHINGTON. Although no of
f trial announcement bns been made. It
Is known that Socaker fr,nnon ha
determined to appoint Representative
James A. Tawnev, of Minnesota, chair
man of the committee on appropria
tions. Manchuria Army MutlnesT
MANCHESTER. ENG. The Guar
dlan's Bt. Petersburg correspondent
says lb Mancburian army Is now en
tirely beyond control and a fierce mu
tiny has brokeo out
GUNS OF K RONSTADT SAID TO BR
TRAINED ON CAPITAL.
CZAR SHOT BY AN ASSASSIN
Grand Duke Vladimir Said to Have
Attempted to Kill Nlcholei East
ern Army In Mutiny.
BT, rKTEnSHl'UG.The Hus de
clare that the situation throughout
the empire and particularly In the
capital la acute and the government
la unable to guarantee that Saturday
the guns of the Kruiixtadl forts will
not bombard the capital.
The Witte government seems unable
to check the growth of the revolution
ary tendency. It has attempted to
steer the people towards passive
course of revolution, but without suc
cess. The loyalty of the troops grows
weaker day by day and the ciar is re
lying for safety solely on the Cos
sacks, Increasing numbers of which
are being brought into the capital
dally. The government has ordered
the mobilization of all the Cossnck
forces, numbering. It is estimated, 450.
000. On these troops the government
stakes Its last hope.
Attempts to Kill Cur.
BERLIN. The St. Petersburg cor
respondent of the Vosslsrho Ztitung
reiterates the statement to his paper
that one of the grand dukes of the
imperial family attempted to assassi
nate the car. Intending to sacrifice
Nicholas rather than tolerate the In
troduction of a constitutional govern
ment and the consequent retirement
of the grand ducal autocracy.
According to the dispatch the czar
was wounded In the hand. It Is be
lieved that Grand Duke Vladimir
made the attempt which hits been long
expected, since the reactionary court
party considers it patriotic to murder
the C7,:ir rather than nrcept the re
forms which it believes would ruin
THEY HOOT THE
LONDON. Eirged on by the Social
Democratic party, the unemployed
tnustered In strons force around the
church army tents of the Strand and
Je;-rel and hooted the princess royal,
the Princess Ioulse. Duchess of Fife,
eldest daughter of King Edward, who
performed the ceremony of opening the
tents, which were presented by the
king and endowed with $5,000 from
Queen Alexandra's fund to house and
fwod great numbers of the unemployed
who are to chop wood for Hits relief.
Shouts of "Religious sweater!" and
"Curse thy charity!" greeted the
prince; s and the crowd became so
boisterous that a larce number of po
lice had to be summoned to disperse
ONE IN TEN CAN'T WRITE.
A Bulletin Issued Showlnn the Illiter
acy in th Unifd States.
WASHINGTON. According to a
bulletin Just Issued by the census
btireiu about IOC persons out of 1 .000
in the 1'nitei! S'.ites more than 0
years old arc unable to write. This Is
equivalent to about one la ten. Of the
native white population, only 41 out
of every l.ooo, or fewer thn one In
twenty of the foreign born, while US
oet of every 1.000, and of the negroes
415 out of every 1,000 are illiterate.
There Is ground for satisfaction In the
statistical reducing. In IS!") the num
ber of Illiterates for each 1,000 was
133 for the total popu ation. f!2 for the
natlvo white population. 130 for the
foreign born w hite and 5"8 for negroes.
Indians and Mongolians. Women are
shown to be more Illiterate than the
men. The Illiteracy for women Is 11 J
In each l.ooo, and for men 101. But
the contrast Is less marked than It
was In 1S!0. when the Illiteracy for
the two sexes was 14 4 and 123 re
spectively. STOLE 13,000 IN DIAMONDS.
The Dralng Robbery of a Chicago Jew
elry Store by Three Men,
CHICAGO, ILL. The Baumsn Jew
elry company, 78 Madison street, was
rohled of 19.000 worth of diamonds
by three tnen, who threw a paper
weight through the show window from
the outside and. snatching a tray of
gems, escaped In 'he crowded street.
The robbery was committed on one of
the busiest corners In the city, when
the streets were crowded, but the
thieve worked so quickly that they
had disappeared before anvone except
the employees of the Jewelrv company
were aware of what was going on.
Cbsrles T. Verkes Very HI.
NE WYOHK. Charles T. Yerkes. Is
dangerously ill In the Waldorf-Astoria
The report, had It that Mr. Yurke's
family had been summoned to bis bed
Cheaper Fare to Asia.
SEATTLE. WASH The steamship
Dakota bss arrived from Japan and
China. The Great Northern Steam
ship Company, operating two steam
ships, announced new second class
round trip rata of 1250 to Hong Kong-
Shlnol Mills to Shut Down.
TACOMA. WASH. At a meeting
the state shingle manufacturers It was
announced (hat 0 per rent of the
mllla In th alate bad sitreed to shut
down for slty days. Th shutdown
will take effect December 1.
IT PUTS THE BLAME ON A RIVEH.
The Plea of the Rork Island In a Suit
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. Re
cently Andrew Bbnffer of this county
filed suit a;nlnt tho Chicago, Rock
Island & Pacific railway for dntnimes.
slleitlng that his farm was destroyed
by water canned by overflows on ac
count of embankments along the rail
way. The Rock Island railway entered
a demurrer on the ground that the
river was responsible for the dam
anro and this was sustained by Judge
Burwo.ll and the esse thrown out of
court. This was the forerunner of
suits In thla county Involvtnfj 1 mil
A BLIZZARD IN THE NORTH.
Traffic Greatly Delayed In Minnesota
and Several Other 8ttee.
ST. PAl'L. The lirst blizzard of
the season struck St. Pa.i1 late Mon
day and Is raging with unabated fury.
High northwest winds sent the snow
In such terrir'c gusts that pedestrians
were all but blinded and travel greatly
Impeded. From all parts of Minnesota.
North Dakota and South Dakota came
reports of heavy snow and wind, with
consequent partial demoralization of
GIVES THE JAPS MILLIONS.
Prisoners' Expenses Will Mean a Huge
Sum From Russia for Toklo.
TOKIO Generri Baron Kurokl.
who com mended the ,lflnanes rlcht
nrmy In Manchuria, will soon leave
Port Dnlnv for Japan.
The balance In favor of Japan for
prisoners' expenses Is estimated at 15
million dollars. It Is believed that
this sum will be devoted to the de
velonment of the Interest In Man
churia. BRIEF TELEGRAPH.
Among the pasenger who arrived
r, New York on the ateamer Kaiser
Wl'helm rter Crosse from Bremen was
Colonel William F. Codv.
The grand Jury at Dubuque, Iowa,
returned Indictments acainst every
slot machine owner In Dubuque county
the total I eiCT 194-
Silver Stoos A Rjn.
KEOKl'K, IA. The run which be
gan on the State Central Saviivi
bank was stopped almort entirely
after the arrival of four wagon loads
of silver dollars Iran Chicago and St.
Uxils. A half million dollars was car
ried Into the bank nnd w-as piled up
In sight of the people. The run pro
bably was caused bv a stntement that
the president's health was falling, the
word "fnlllng" being repeated to de
positors. Guilty Of Embezzlement.
OMAHA. John J. Wiley, ex as
sistant superintendent of the postof
fice money order department here,
pleaded guilty In the federal court to
the charge of embezzling; !0 of
government money. He was senten
ce.) V si month. In the county jail
and to pay a fine of I'.iOO.
New Vcrk Teamsters Stria Off.
NEW YORK - The strike of the
temters bus been declared off. Th"
eact torn-s of the settlement were
twh msd piitlle but II was said that
Thomas Orr. the ream owner whos
men Initiated the strike, br- -an
acvemert for a "closed shop" with
bis former emplee.
May Stoo Irrlciatlon.
T-AWTON. O. T.-J J. Combs. In
cbarre of the lnvextleation of the
Navalo Irrlcatlo-i aystein in the west
ern part of this and Kiowa county, has
made the reeort on the protect. He
state that there Is too much salt In
the water which Is to be used.
Another Grain Rate "War"t
CHICAGO A grain rote war began
when h Chicago. Milwaukee St.
Paul railroad put Into effect a through
tariff on corn between Mlsourl river
point and Liverpool of twentylght
and naif rent from Ksnsaa City and
thirty cents from Omaha.
A Draft For A Million.
WASHINGTON One million dol
lars has been trsnoferrcd bv draft
from Chtcaeo to the New York city
postoffice. The transfer w made by
the first asslntant postmaster general,
Mr. Hitchcock, from the money order
Says Turkey Gives In.
VIENNA. The Nene FHn Pre
published a dispatch from Constant!
nople, saving that th sultan. ha an
nounce that urkey acced to tho
demand of the power reitardlng the
fltianrlul control of Macedonia.
Lincoln Stops 0m.
I1NCOI.N. NEH. The Lincoln
hoard of education has declared that
tho football season of the high school
team was ended. The team will be
prohibited nest )ar.
Nn New Cases of Fver In Havana.
HAVANA There bits been no new
rases of yellow fever reported and the
In f tit Ion Is believed to b checked.
Government Charaed With Weakness
VIENNA. The upper bouse of th
rclchsrsth dlseiisHod the government
suffrsse proiMxtal. Count Franx Tbun
ami Prince von Auersperg accused th
vovernmont of Inconsistency and weak
pes In permitting the recent suffrage
demonstrations In Austria.
Linked By Trolley Lin.
CHICAGO Chicago Is now connect
ed with Milwaukee) by electric roads.
The link that Joins the two clllea has
been opened for traffic at Kenosha,
Wis., with approt Hat ccrviuootea.
IN CONSTANT AGONY. ,
A West Virginian's Awful Distress
Through Kidney Troubles.
W. L. Jackson, merchant, of Pnrk
ersbiirg, W. Va., nays: ' Driving about
in bud wra'.her
brought kidney trou
bles on me, umt 1
suffered 20 j ear
with sharp, ct snip
ing paint In the buck
anl urinary disor
ders. 1 often had to.
git up a doten time
st nisht to urinate.
Hstcntion set In. and
I was ohllRi-d to use
.'. : i
th catheter, t took to my bed. and
th doctors failing to help, begin using
Doan's Kidney Pills The mine soon
came freely again, and the pain gradu
ally dlnsppeared. I have been cured
eight years, nnd though over 70, am as
active as a boy."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cent a bo.
Foster-Miltoirn Co. Buffalo. N. Y.
The only difference be" ween an old
maid and a bachelor girl Is a differ
ence of opinion.
MILK CRUST ON BABY.
Lost All Hia Hair Scratched Till
Blood Ran Grateful Mother
Telia of Hia Cure by Cutl
cura for 75c
"When our baby boy was three,
months old he had the milk crust very
badly on bis bead, so that ail the l.lr
came out. and it Itched so bad he
would scratch until the blood ran. I
got a cake of Ctiticura Soap and a box
of Cutleura Ointment. I applied th
Cutlenra and put a thin enp on bis
bt ad. snd before I bad nsrd half of
the box It was entirely cured, bis hair
commenced to grow out cicely again,
and he has had no return of the troi
ble. (Signed) Mrs. H. P. Holme
Occasionally you bear of a "good
fellow" who baa developej into a
C. F. I'nly. paFsengrr traffic ms ea
ger of the New York Central Lues
tint of Buffalo, and Varrn Lnrh.
general paFsengrr s;::;t t tlic Big
Four, were railed to New York ftefni-
ly for conference with President New
man. A plan is said to be on f.x.t to
transfer Xtr Daly to New York as
pansrnecr traffic mnnacer cf the New
York Central, to gtte Mr. Ljnch tb
Chicago pes', to retire Grorce Pan'els.
general rasM-nzer atent ot the New
York Central, and lo make H.J. Rbela.
now general paenier eject cf tb
Lake Erie and Western, general pas
senger agent of the Big Four. Mr.
Daniels bas coutlrnied the report as to
bis retirement. He will be made gen
eral dvertii.!r:g trauagcr t'f the -
A rose by a y other tame would
bav It thorn.
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1 Uui ..!, J ri.l f. euautjMlki.
No man Is a fool who knows enough.
to keep bis mouth fchut.
There are 3T6 submarine cables In
the world, the It-ngtii of which
amount to 178.919 nillrs Most of
these belong to private parties, only
15.000 miles being owned by th vart-
oua governments. All, however, brine
dally ordera from every land on th
globe, for PliUbury's VltoJ. tb all
Il Is generally th esmalest men what
bav the most colossal nerve.
Are You Tired, Nervous
NervoiiMteM and aterplciwne ar us
ually due to the fact tint th nerves era
not led on projx-rljr iMiurobiiig bbtud;
they tn sl'lrecd nerve. Dr. I'lercn's
liolden Mxitical Diw-ttvrry tmiltes wr,
rUh M'l. and lhrhy tho itttrvm am
1roprrlv nourished and all the urgsnt of
Its botly sr run iiitxitkiy as msriitn
err li ft-li runt In ell. In Ibis way yuti
fwl rlrsn, strong and trnumi you arw
famed up and Invigorated, and you ar
goal for w uot b t id pli) tlrl or moiitsl
.rk. Lrt of all, llio irriigth and ln
rrenMt In tHnlliy and hiih srw LiaNmi.
The troiilde w lib Mint kmlts and litftl
jrliir wlili h hsve a lr. Imomlog iin
lor a liori tun. ! thai ilier are Isrcrly
r,nii,r-.( ot siroliol loilillng th drugt In
solution, i lot ttlt'oiml .In lot. up II. r ret
bloal rorrinni snl In tlin long run
g redly Injun . ih l.-in line itt y ferj
rklillsrsl.Hl and U-tt.-r for the tuna Itrltig,
) in the rnd wi-ato-ned Slid w I th VII sill f
tl-ert-etl. Dr. Pierce's liol.tt-u Mllrl
i -.. virr C"iiiin mi ali-obol. l.-ry
l.m.t of it l r uiioti It orsprn r J'.
fhi.jie i.r ;(. lu full h.t of all It.
St-trral Ingretlit tits. I or tho tlrnf.it to
ott'r ton ftonit-ili lug be rls'tiift Itt'ju&t as
good i to inaiili ),.ur lutt-ii k-vni'o.
livrrr liigrxii-iil etil.-nng Into !)
wnrlil fsnmi (,olil,-ii Mnlirjtl l-overv
hm llio inm nliiKi'i. ;iprovl snd fiulnrw"
Ui'-lil of tiie b sillli llietil, ! aulhorill"
of a il tho several iiiooi of pra.-ticw. S-t
oilier nonli. iiie sold thioiiith tlrtiutfiai br
IiWm ptirMMt hat mil)' utli rintoieiut-iit,.
The "IojuIbii Mt-ditl ilroirr" iioi
only prlur ail the no.. I rll.vl lo t
bltilnd front the ue of titdden itl
root, lu alt stomitiii, bx-r ami bowel
trouble, a In dv, -,.!. bii;iiiiin , con
tlipalloii, iili-rrtioii of n-.m.i. h and
bot-la and ktu.lr.tl l ln.riil. tint llio
ttolvlrll hM-sl root UM-.I tit Its i-otu poll Ittl -in
I crvsllv eiiiiit'e,l In lu i in u to i
tlon by oilier liu.'iitiieuU such Mime
Ktot. lila.'U ( lit i r t i it r ,t . li..ir..t, Man
tlrakr root sud chi.u.1 'a.iy pur tripie-tetoo-d
i liv t iiiiunoii SvnMt Metllt-sl Advler."
I sent free III ih r vover mi r'elil of
II iiiwtTiil muim Ui pay the t-oM of Miail
luaoiil. I or .HI iiii. tbe 1-loiti-l.minl
yoiutnnwlll t m. AtMrva 4'r. K, V,
Pi-rv. HufTalo. N, Y.
lr. I'lent' i'leaaanl Pfl!e rr coti
SUwwUtiit, lullouaii auU bftt .!..