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t'ahwWkaa fear Me knits, sb will-take h, kaa bw trawler Bed net
pruned la b r serenl e-ei'.h vary aeh. aad I taka plMran In reoaaaaadiae
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f lw. in. Dr Kaj't Reneta
pis it is aire to can Trr cbm.1i
r.om wiaur . tt always cans BIL
-- '" mwuimi aei uuraeea.nenr ia tmpare Blood,
pimple-, boila. b etcnaa, (Uadalar enlargeaMBte. dr pry, B
pim. it ao o or oranituoreaai by
k j. Ky. "Uorm Treauacat aad Valaabla BMlpeV a SSeera book mattes all
7 dlMMca. Addree, Or. B. J.Kar Madlcnll&o.. WrtUra Ot Oaukha, N.-ask i.
) Sold by T; M. Thomas, Druggist,
Something Akt tha ArebiUctara af
Karly Vaw Englaod.
Hardly' 90 hooaea in all Kew Eng
land dating back of 1700 are yet in ez
ttcnoo, nnlcfa in a materially trana
forntcd condition. At boat tbe mosof
them wcro very rtiBxIi, box nhaped, with
door in oun aide aud a high pitched
roof, to rnnlco the anow alide off easily,
nd n ckiinnoy.of prndigiooa aiae. A
few yiars ago the great chimney of the
iionm at Boacawen, vrbers General
Jol.u A. Diz vii born, waa tor tloarn
and foand toaon(ain 150,000 of brick.
Th chiranry of tbe Darling bonae in
tlii.i town, dptrrayed about the aame
timo, waa nbrrat aa IkVge, Ita re moral
prnvidnd tha hoaaa with a good aiaed
additional room. Almdat all tha aeren
tewth centnry honaea were woe-Jen,
though about tha oMent atractnre in
Kew KnglaiHi waa'bniit of atone at
Qailford, Conn,, in or near 1638. Exe
ter'a older, tbe OarKng honao, ia about
10 or 1 1 year younger. Exeter bad on
ly three brick hnra .dating far back
into the eighteenth Century, and now
baa only two, if thay still can be called
trick after being oorrred with wood
and receiving toge. wooden extension.
These are tlia PeaTy honse, on the New
market road, ud the old boaaa off Wa
ter street built by Nathaniel Ladd.
iJoth r.rrc rVected between 1720 and
130, tbe Peary house, of which James
Oilman wai Inn builder, replacing an
older rtntetore whirh bad .been bnrned.
The very 'pirtnrene Dennett Oilman
liiiano. a brick Ptractoro with srambrcl
rnof, whirh Ktood atxwt where the Amos
incK iinnso uow atandt, waa torn down
nl out CO years aga Tno block near the
great Irittgn iv of nineteenth century
origin, havirg leep built by Major Sim
eon Fulvoia a Loot 18J3.
Dwelling house architecture first be
raxne a really Cue art in Now England
during the flush times which intervened
brtvvten Wolfe 'a capture of Quebec in
1753 and tho Revolutionary outbreak of
1775. It waa then that tbe older of tha
stately mansions of Portsmouth and
Nowburyport wore erected. Tbe war
pretty effectively stopped bouse build
ing, but by 1800 prosperity bad returned,
mid New England shipowners became
very rich. Tke house building mania
broke out again in the form of those
great, Miuaro, three story houses of
which Exeter baa a few and of which
S.tIexo, Nowborv-port und Portsmouth
are full. '
The ma.gnatra of 1S0O-I1 disliked
gnrabrol roofs aud bad no pntieuce with
iioofca and passages. They were plain,
downright and utilitarian men, and
they built houses aa square as them
selves, with no nonsense about them,
except pcrhapg tha usually superfluous
third story. Were these worthies to re
turn to earth they might appreciate the
many modern improvements which
havo been lntiodaccd in architecture,
but they would' bo pretty sure to repu
diate wkh scosn the adornmenta for
which poor Qoeon Anne baa been held
responsible! Enter (N. Ev) Newa
Dcstituto Englishmen abroad can de
mand to be aenl home. They apply to
their con sal, who gives notice accord
ingly to captains of ships about to sail
Wine taster sal a small piece of
bread, with m scrap of cheese, between
samples, to insure an unprejudiced taste.
Itary iUX waTmmaU know GKAKD
irui ns, at nua
Facta, tbaoW lsaiead
tba Now Oioattsrtae of
tlrf U. Wbtarrltd LiraTwho
J iXT: 4" i iditd tJSn alb
XriVa .7I kaad aad Hal, to Aaaki
e n v.
d ai A
or baa can d ro nmn; or tba want cam
equal far headache
, UlNUS and ad fonns of Urrr
erornia. r-kla diastase.
auliatSSeaadgi. bead etwto for
Tho Mia mmd His WaMh.
The man had lost a valuable watch.
It waa a case of pickpocket, he waa cer
tain, and -he advertised for its return,
offering the full value of the watch.
which waa worth more than ita intrin
sic . value, tl 00, to him, and no ques
tions asked. Net long after a man ap
peared at ma business office, snowed
him the advertisement, and asked if he
waa ready to stand by it. and was as
sured that he was. "Where is your
money?" asked tbe visitor. "Here it
is," waa the answer. "Where is the
watch?" Taking the one handed him,
the victim of the robbery saw with much
delight that it was his own, pnt it in
his pocket and handed over tbe 160.
But be could not resist the temptation
to ask one question. "Now, when did
you take that watch?" he asked. "Do
you remember," said the visitor,
"standing on such a day on the corner
of such a street?" "Yea." "You -were
talking with friends?" ."Yea." "And
somo one came along and brushed
against yon? Well, that was when I
took tbe watch. I brushed against you
like this" illustrating "and it ia very
simple. Good day, air." "Good day."
The man's face waa alight with pleas
ure at again having his watch and bis
intelligent curiosity was satisfied. "It
is a curious thing," he murmured to
himself. "I would not have believed it
could have been done." Be put bis
hand to his watch pocket. There was
no watch there. It bad been taken a
aeoond time. New York Times.
.Vast 8ptkera la C
Fred Irland. one of the esnnrt atonno
rapbera of tbe house, talks interesting
ly regarding the speed with which con
"It has been said in the newspapers,"
remarks Jlr. Irland, "that Bepresent
ative Lewis of Washington talks at tbe
rate of 800 words minnta. ITa Hnna
not. No man could speak in the house
at tnat speed and be reported. I doubt
whether he could be understood. I
mean, of course, such words as occur in
debates. Of course in taking routine
testimony, where frequently recurring
phrases, such aa 'What ia your name?
and 'Where do yon live?' are expressed
by brief arbitrary aigns, a stenographer
can write as fast aa man can think. It
ia a Verv different matter wlxm & mn.
greasman talks. Ha uaea words with
many syuaoies. "
"What ia the fastest record in the
"Representative Johnson of Indiana
onoe talked for IX hours, whendisousa
ing a contested election case, at an av
erage rate of U0 words a minute. Tha
ia rapid work. If a man talks 850 words
a minute, he ia very swift. X have no
ticed one thing." added Mr. Irland.
"The fast talkers slow up after being
in the house a little while. The vast
nem of the air space makes its Impres
sion upon them, and they find, tod, that
they get mora attention when they do
not talk so fast" Washington Post.
Fifty MOaa be
It ia not an uncommon thing ia
Franca to see a farmer 40 or 60 miles
from home in wet weather with a load.
If he ssea a prospect of a three daja'
rain, he puta his tarpaulin over hia load,
a cover over his horses and a waterproof
ooat on and atarta off to market. He
may go 50 miles before he finds a mar
ket that suits him, or ha may know In
advance just where ha ia going. You
do ant often see anybody driving SO
miles through a rainstorm in the Unit
ed fltatea to find a market for a load of
bay, but it ia not uncommon to aes
farmers' wagons 40 or SO miles from
home in Franca. They choose tba wet
weather for that purpose. Their roads
are just as good then as at any time.
. lierritt Would you marry a one eyed
Oora-Why, good gracious, not :
aierritt Then let ma carry your par-
TAtlf CF TKE TITACX
Swibehsaaa Pago, of tha Bar line-
ton, had ben vlaiUo his folks at
Tha attaches of tbe freight offices
are a till acltatiar the movement t
etasaatt 4 o'otoak Satardaya. .'
at. Btoeanouae, oi uw voec lsiaaa
Peoria, and hia eon. Charles, have
gone to Springfield to spend Sandaj.
- raga ana pssssagor onsweee en
all the roads ia reported fair. The
sock lsiaaa nas been aing a large
amount of stock ahipmenta from the
west the past few weeks.
P. Handecsen and Robert Pier
son, operatora at tha Book Island's
train dispatcher's office, the 'former
of the night shift, and the latter of
the day, hare swapped tricks.
The Book Island will ran a special
from Omaha to Buffalo. N. Y., Aug.
22. oaaooouat ef the G. A. B. reunion.
The train will leave Omaha at noon
of that day and arrive at Buffalo at
4:0 p. BV- the following day.
Yard master F. V. MoXee, of the
Book Ialand. has quipped hia pri
vate office with an eieotrie fan. And
maybe he don't enjoy laying back in
hia easy chair and drinking in the
xephyra from the little contrivance
holding forte at the top of hia desk
and singing like a baaa saw. He
says it is a boon to human comfort
and happiness, aud he aaya every
office should have one.
There ia a probability that the
third rail aystem will be introduced
on the Big Four aad other eastern
railroads, and then the locomotive
will be discarded and the ears will
be ran by electricity. J. Pierpoat
Morgan Is going to introduce the
system on the 87,030 miles of road
he controls, among which ia the Big
Four, aud it figures out that he will
make a profit therebv of 1203. 135.000.
of which $136,885,000 would be his
profit as a manufacturer of eleotrioal
railway equipments, and $66,350,000
wouia oe nto prout of electrical
- The railroad men are teUiaar one on
F.jA. Bledsoe, the Rock Island con
ductor. He has a great habit of con-
louaaiag things when be becomes
impatient. He was sent out with a
western special recently. His train
was having some difficulty in getting
out oi one oi us western cities.
Conductor Bledsoe had no acquaint
ances among the railroad boys at
that poiat. H is considered one of
the best knights of the punch on the
line, and when the train did not move
along as he thought it should he
ausuea out in the yara. "Confound
the confounded, confound thing, any
way," he declared. "Why, hello,
Bledsoe," shouted some fellow cn
top of a freight ear. The conductor
men realized that U they didn't
know him they knew his expressions
in ine west.
Healthv. haoov children make haU
ter men and women of us all. A
little care and a little planning be
fore birth is often more important
than anything thatoan be done after.
On the mother's health and strength
often depend the life and the future
of the children. A weak and sickly
woman cannot bear strong and
ueaitnv cnuareu. most oi toe weak
ness of women is ntterlv Iddti-h,..
ble. Proper care and proper medi
cine will cure almost any disorder
or too leminine organism. Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Preacrintinn haa
been tested in SO years' of practiee.
ltisneaimg, sootuing, strengthen
ing. It is perfectly natural in ita
o Deration and affnt R, ita na
thousands of weak women have been
maae strong and healthy have been
made the mntk.r, nf atvAMw
healthy . children. Taken during
..II f . . . ...... . o
gosiauon, it mazes cnuaoirtn eaav
and almost painless and insures the
well beins? of both mother and child.
Send SI cents ia one-cent stamps to
tlT IJI. t oka
nunu a vtapenssry xueaieai associa
tion. Buffalo. N. T and recelvo Tlr
Pieree'a 1008 page "Common Sense
Medical Adviser," profusely illus-
VYho are Injured by the use of coffee.
Recently there has been plaoed ia all
the grocery stores a new preparation
called Grain-O, made of pure grains.
that takes the plaoe of coffee. The
most delicate stomach receives it
without distress, and but few can
tell it from coffee. It does not cost
over one-half as much. Children
may drink it with great benefit. 15
eats and 25 eenta per package. Try
is. bk tor uraia-u.
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
wiu cure blind, bleeding, uloerated
and Itching piles. It absorbs the
tumors, allava the itch! so- at onm.
acta aa a poultice, tivinr instant re
lief. Dr. WililamsrIndian Pile Oint
ment la IMBTrd nnl for . adlaa
uw iiooing oi sne private parts, aad
! mum. every noz is guaraa
teed. 1 Sold by druggists or seat by
mail for go mil aari ai mmr Tan.
Wnxioju Ww'a. Co.. Props , Qere-
aa)o. vara, wot aaie oy an drug-
gnaii - -
The manaf aoturwrs have instructed
aa. . naaaa aae x. a. Theonaa. to
trive a bottla of M wt aiu nf vi
woao euro free to the first soldier of
tae civil war that applies lot- aame.
It ia tha rat md a
diarrhoea, cramp eoUo, aad all bowel
top fiaiana. - .. . .
Miginmette and yellow, pink or white
uerps eosataaa beaattTuUy for an oral
ia the center of a dinner table.
When ibllloms or eoetlv eat a Cae-
NOVEL EOUINS PYRAMID.
- r- - f-- - v.. . . -r , r -
A maiastie eauine exhibition bor
dering on the eablima will aatonish
all the visitors to Barauaa A Bailey's
greatest show oa earth when it comes
here July 31. The grand aad exalted
tableaux includes 70 fine bred horaes.
all in one ring, daahiag arouad ia
eirelee, corns one way, others la the
opposite direction, upon -Barrow
staging, raised ia circles, one above
the ether, to a lofty height. The
mass ef horses will appear to the eye
like 70 Pegasuaes ia pyramidlcal
The etaciag is built aftor the faah.
toa of the traditional Towtr of Babel.
with the differenoe that the circles
whioh surround the tower are not on
the inside. The circular planes run
arouad the main shaft, aad ea the
Eaaaele ia to pons the white atallioa
igle. The ring is 44 lest ia diame
ter. Around this run 12 black stal
lioas. Upon the aext plane, raa
aing la the opposite direction, are lo
mux watte atauioas. Bsxt above
are eight - bay atallieas; then aix
cream-colored aUUions. StUl higher
are four chestnut stallions, and on
the ground ia eirelee are SO others.
wulle at tho pianaote ia White Ea
gle. Eaeh of the 70 horaes is
adorned with bright-eolored head
plumes and white bridles aad aer
ologies. The spectacle is stupendous
and fairly takes one's breath away
to behold it Each horse matt do his
part well, or else the performance Is
broken up. It is alao daagerooe, for
should one of the stalltoaa stop off
one oi ine upper pisnes as would
fall down aud doubtless unset stal
lion a oa the lower plaaec, all of
which would cause noend of trouble.
Sueoeedivgthla rare exhibition comes
another in which actually 24 huge
eiepnauM periorm at onoe, only they
use all three of the rings at one time.
Then cgaia after this the three ele
vated stages are takea possessioa of
by troupes of athletes aadaerobata,
meanwhile the equestrian rings are
ooeupiea oy toe champion riders, the
lady downs fend ths lady ringmas
ters, aii oi wnomareia tha execution
of wonderful feata aad eomie acts,
and following these are whole com
panies of aerialists. aud so the
elever aud remarkable performances
in three rings, oa three atages aad
racing track go oa for over two hours
uatii 100 acta are given. Consider
ing there are two menageries con
taining the only complete soologioal
ooueeuoa in tae wona, with animals
irom rfonauna. the gorilla, to a
giraffe, and that there ia another ex
hibition in the menagerie tent of
living human curiosities aad maerio
ians, jugglers, musicians, fire kings,
etc., it ceases to be a woader that
this show attracts multitudes of all
elasses of people. 8b much is on
exhibition that ao one eaa see it all
ia a week.
It ia hard tn malian Tnnw email ml.
der's web really is. A famous micro-
Buupu unce maae some interesting com
parisons of a cobweb with human hair.
"I have often compared the sixe of
the thread spun by full grown spiders
with a hair of my beard," he says. "I
Dlaoed the thickest nart nf tha vt- he.
fare the microscope, and, from tbe most
arourate juogment i couio lorra, mors
than 100 of snch thieada nlaned aide be
side could not equal the diameter of
one oi sucn nair. u, then, we suppose
each a hair to he nf a rnnml frwm it
lows that 10,000 threads spun by the
iuu grown spider, when taken together.
Will BOt he en rial in anhatanM tn the
siae of a single hair. To this, if we add
ummouw young spioers at tne time wnen
tbey begin to spin their webs are not
larger than one full grown one and
that each of these mi net enldeea
aessea the same mwana aa tha leeeae
ones, it follows that the exceedingly
amau inreaoa spun ny uese little crea
tures Intuit be atill 400 Mmea el utnmm.
and consequently that 4,000,000 of
uen mmnn iminnri inraana immt
eonal in anhatanna tha eiea nf e. einIe
hair. "Chicago Beoord.
Sfo-rias; CM aaya.
Tears ago the business of shoring up
and moving ordinary aiaed buildings
waa considered somewhat risky and
was one which only experts were will.
ing to undertake. Becently it became
desirable to move a chimney, and the
idea was suggested that ft might be
moved intact. Of coarse it involved
same special preparation, but the task
waa successfully accomplished. Tbe
chimney was 85 feet high, weighed 100
tons, waa 7 feet square at the base and
had outer and inner walla 8 Inches
thick. Its destination led over aougb
ground, with grades up and down, but
the job waa completed without accident
or damage. There waa neither crack nor
flaw in the masonry when the chimney
was sec down on Its new fooodation.
This is the tallest and heaviest chimney
tnat nas ever- been moved. Another
chimney 52 feet high waa safely trane-
lerred. and these two are, it ia believed.
tbe only ones ever taken from one place
to another. new York Ledger.
Then Is nothing just aa good as
Dr. Kins-'s Hew Piano verv far Caow
owaapuvav vnu asm uuus, so 0
maad it aad do not permit the deal
to sail yon coma substitute. He will
aot claim there is aaythinr better.
bat ia order to make more prof the
may claim something else to be just
gww. a. aw warns vr. swing's ate
Diaeoverv haaanaa waa taew Ifta.
be safe aad reliable, aad guaranteed
towgoeaor money refunded, wot
Couch. Colds. GBnsaeiaai aal
for all affections of Throat, Chest
aaa utnga taara is nothing so good
as Is Dr. Kiag's Hew rtaceverv.
Trial bottle free at Harta A Ulle-
seeyesra drug store. v
sgular aiac 50 ceaU aad L
18 8 8 SI
w ' " - rt!i m
There wffl be sterlets la the Vari
ous churches as follows: . -
Trinity EMeoopel.- eoraer ' of Sixth ave
aoe and Ntaaaaaatk asaee, eWv. a. F.
s. t. u.. ast. nsiaBratiaa as r
hovaa aaoat. fcov. a. 1
a. T. n.. 1
of Foonk avoaso aad Twenty sasool
mot. BaraawiHaaa, paator. Haaa at I
Gen aaa LatJ
detbktreet aad Fifth avoaao.
aad7-J0p. a. Bia4aTaaaoolattJ0p.au
Fortv-foortk etreet aaa aeeatk mi
eOaepk L.. kfnrpoy paator. B lua at Pfcdi a.
at. aaai p. m. aaaaay boos at at pas a. at
Flret Bwadiak KraaeeUeal. eoraai af
Fovneoatk strooa aad Founk avoaao. Bov.
Cart X. Bleu, paetor. Serrteea as bbJt a. m.
aadTJOp. m. Boaday aoaoolatt p. i.
BwoOak iAUberem, daa Bo team
, BarrleOB at Ms a. au aadtaSa.aa.
Boaday aobool at M0 a.
German EraasOBOal. Ntntk atroot between
Fifth aad aUxth aeaaoa. Bov. Taso. F. Xra
ser. paator; aerrloea at 10 a. av aad TJS a. BL
Boaday aobool at t p. at.
Firm BapUat. oorner of Third avenue aad
Fifteenth street, Bov. Carl toa K. Taylor. Pa.
D.; aerrleea at lOcdt a. at. Baaday aobool
at t-JO a. m., B. i. Woodla. nr ri1iiiaiitai
B. T.P. C. at: p. at.. Q. A. Hooerv leader;
topi-. "The Natural History of Sta." JaakK
bbiob at t-JO p. av
Free) Bwadiak biIbbob. eoraer of Flat oalb
street aad FUik avenue. Boaday sskool at t
p-na. u ui iuea at a p. m. rvayor
launaay at p. bv
Baptist, Off For tfffowrl
ftdfp. at. by Bar. W. W
Baaday aobool at I p. at. B. T. P. U. at S
Second Bapta. ttv Sixth avoaao, Bov.
Waaklnstoa, paator; earvleee at 11 a. m.
and 7 JO n. at- Buadav aobool at It bl
Bwedbdi BepUat, eoraer of Twooty-dm
ot aad Flf tk areaoe. Bar. Laaerqniet, paa
eerrtoaa at W-M a. at. aaa TJS a. a.
Fine BT ethodlat. oorner of Fifth avenue aad
Nineteenth treet. Bar. C. O. MeCuuook.
paator. Bomoeo ot ltai a. bl aaa 7 js p. bl
Morainfaubjaet. "Hjw God hi Known;" eveo
Im. "Jeau the Life." Buadar anhoolatt-JD a.
bl Junior leacue at tM p. at. apwocth
laaiie o.vp. am.
German htethadlat. eoraer af Sixth a
aad Fourteeathatreot. Bav. F. H. Hollaaan.
aeniuaaat imt. av aaa ?xm a. av
la aobool at felt a. ai.
Ninth Street MetbodJat. Nmtb otroot. be
tween loita ana Hixth s
i0Mta.as. aad 7 Jt p. aa. Suaday aobool at
v:a a. ax
African lfatbodbrt, Fourtooatk atroot aad
Fourth areoue. Bav. C IL Jaoksoa. paator.
IOJ0 a. m. aad 7-M p. av Sua-
lay aobool at t p. m. Bible rsadlns at p. be.
nroaaway i iwri i aa.
third street aad Bereatk araaao, Bov. W. 8.
ktarooJo, paator. PraBoklae ot ICnot aad 7 JO
p. nv Sunday aobool at S:IS a. at, Yoaaf
people a aaeettoa a b. bv
United Preabyten ao. Third vooae aad
Fourteenth street. Bov. H. C. bfarahall. paator.
Borvloes at 10:46 a. av aad 7:46 p. bl Caloa
aerrloe la the ereaino with aerotoa by Bar. L
W. Allan. Suaday aobool at J0 a. av Yeans
people a awetins at ore, p. av
Central Preebrterlaa, Bseoed aveaae, bo
twees Fonrtoeath and Fifteenth anweta. Be.
Ira W. Allen, Jr., paator; aervloea at 10:46 a. av
Buoaay aenoot at r.im a. av xouag people
BMtua at 6:40 D. av
A then Street Chapel. Proobytorlaa, Booth
Rock Ialaod. Rev. L W. Alloa. Jr.. oaetor. Baa
day aobool at t p. at, Ckriatiaa Xadoavor
meetlns at 4 p. av Borrioos every Tueeday
at 7 JO p. tn.
Boatn ran unapei, i eooyteiiaa, aaa street
ana hvteeaui arenue. Her. w. B. Maraula,
pastor; Sunday aobool at Mt p. at.; aerrioas
weaaay a iwp.a
Memorial Ckriatiaa, Rev. T. W. Oraftoa. Mo
tor. Sunday aobool ett-.lt a. am, Y. P. 8. C
C at :46 p. bl
Twenty-Ninth Street Chapel, Ctarlatlaa. Soe.
enta avenue aaa Tweoty-aita atroot, iter. T.
W. Oraftoa, paator. Sunday aobool at t p. at,
Alfred Bowea, supsrutoadeat. aflat Jeoato
Serration Anns Barracks, Burralli bloek.
Second avenue, sen lues aa foUowa:
Knee drtn U It at., bollneei bmsiIiis at
10:Wa. av, ehrlatiaae' aieetinc at t p. av.aalra-
uua Djeeuns at im p. bv vapt. ana bus.
Dcan.nl m enanre.
FlratCbureb ef Christ. Belaatat. Tweatv.
third street between Seventh and Nlntk are
auea. Serrloea at 10:4 a. at, Subieot. "Je
sus, too unrat rrooobta at TkoaMalo
nloa." BnadaT aahool follow, tbla aerviea.
Testimonial aieotlns overy Friday erenlnc at
7 JO. Kooma open every artoraooa aad eroa
ln eaoept Suaday, from I to t Suaday
evening iron i to . .
Y.iL O. A. BoUdtnc. oorner of Third arOBUO
and Nineteenth atroot, Borvloe at I JO
The best Salve la the world for
Cats. Bruises, Soree, Ulcers, Salt
Kheum, rover sores. Tetter. Chated
Heads. Chilblalaa. Coras, aaa all
Skin Eruptions, aad positively cares
Piles, or ao pay required. It Is guar
anteed ao give peneot satisiaeuon er
money refunded. Price Sft eeata pet
to- ur aoa oy nana Of uusBBCfCt.
T. J. Blackmore, of Haller
Blaekmore. Pittsburg, Pa., says: "A
short time since I procured a bottle
ot Mystic Cure. It got me out of
the house ia 24 hours. I took to mv
bed with rheumatism nine meatas
age and the Myatio Cure is the ealy
medielna that did ana aaw bmwI t
had five of the best physicians la the
. , . . . . .....
oaty, oat s raoeavea very utile relief
from them." Bold by Otto Grotjua,
1601 Second aveaae, druggist. Bock
Islaad; Oust Sehlsgel Soa, 130
West Second street, Davenport.
Chad- CatkarbLe tV a
WOBOrfBl s-adtaal dbwB.
tk aga, pleasant aad refreeaiag to
the taste, act geaUy aad podttTely
oa the bowels, !ng the an tire
system. Jpei colds, cure headache,
fever, habitual ooastlpatloa aad bil-
of C. C C today; 10, SS,
Sold aad goaraatesd
to ears by all
Hoc Idatttts aal.Cllaiiaa,
Thoaua tlaakte. w aad aaaaar; Jeaa K.
Caaaoau aaabaaav MaasatS a. ak - aad ie-a
a. l Vaepani at I p. a. Caidsy aobool as
St. ktanr'a fleieime A
oaaeaa ao a p. as. aaaaay
atev. O. A.
:.:v3l:::::d clc:d caa. c:-
TG Ef jTl:. j OVOTTGD,
CSD C3T TC3 ErfuQT.
Tasre It a Brunt roaaoa why the bloat
la the hassaa system shoeM be kept ia a
perfectly hoabhy esaditioB. Wkoa taia ta
ia evaosad to oar aad
ill, hsmass the blood it the life ioakt
Ia trvatJag easm of tmaoverished blood
is oftaa aaado af treatiaa the
atoad of aotat
The ease of Mr. T. P. ftevotsr, of Priaes
tea, Ht, is aa adaiimbts exaaiple of thai
sort of wrong ttmetim. .Mr. Streeter la a
baatoaaj saaa well kaewn aad rawBiati bt
BetvaaCouty. Ho haa aeea ia tho print-
has booa. sssha-tly saraassfaL 'uTsofntter
aavs that oeato tiaat aga ak hoaltk began ta
a-1 him. Ho eapaaatd a was eeasei la
sart by a tae etsss aMoatlsa to boaiaeav.
Ho know hia blood was ta a poor, weak,
easd esnoJllsB aad aa he la a aatsl well
along In years, was aware that the slilni
attaatioa to hia ailaamt woald 1
if bs wiokod to rogaia hia health. His appa-
ttto, of eourse, was very poor, aad nearly
every orgaa ta khi body
Ha aoaaalted varioaa tAvafeUaa
for a tuae thom(fat the luslaiial waa
m hha.- Bat aa eaoa oa a area Stm.
wallssiil Hit sill tjajiiaaae ioobibbiI.
One day en lookias; eror a aewapaper, hb
sas alii sited to aa aeeoaat ef a
nabs had iBsewa all his Ufa, be.
UP - " 1 1 V, W(WWWf1BBJ. SJjT
aa P ffW laTalla-teaa t2kIL. mlt- A a a
gar inBsinilBl fam
w-bj bbbj b-b an a ww aoAaaBOBBBB rsmasJa, g- MUm wkW gBM
People. He was intereeted the more Deeaoas
the patieat waa one of hia friend. Ht.
Btreeter at ones resolved that what was aaad
tor ooo atight peadbly bo gaod for aaotW,
aad eoBaaqaentiy want out aad rirrtisaiil a
box of the pilla. jw-b-a
"Had yea ever had say farth la Ma.
prietory waisdiss, Mr. Streeter f" aekedtaa
'Well, I esanot my that I really had,
still I am always open tee fa-trial of aae
thtagOat I havo reason to bebev, pesaasos
."Please toll ate, Mr. BliotUi, tab fall
' Ijotweared a box of the pUls ftestthe
"1. aa bona bvkiar the-. At tkia
tiaio. my wrifaf waa greatly reduced, my
uaable to eat aaythlag bat tha ssost delicate,
easily diseased Ibod. . Thio of eon rat waa a
sJiaa diet for a beay aaaa like myself.
" ,Bk' ssipwaat, the aithl sweats.
headaebaa aad eeoaalooal paBitatiea efthe
heart oombtood to ataka bm abeat aa aiserabio
aauwMeojaaaoJdiad, Maayaday 1 would
"X begaa te take the pills at
Holt Water Heating,
Steam and Gas Fitting,
Copper, Tin and
Sheet Iron Work.
Ccr. Ni-sUcrth street
end Seccnd krzzzz.
La VatJ V' 1 J
everBd wtstanlaf. Vary atSbfVJ ef tsyerlf.
Hqw aoaa waaHbtra say k iwioll"
"The flrat edeM 'were saatinasspr ta the
dlBBaraaeo of the Bwf swe If re
have over osperi sad taat L elaaime
a dad yeamtir sM sr atcrbt
ea with BayBawaraa
aleioaWer, imfttds? .1
"On the surh Bterorag f swako with aa
nwtita. I eeuld tatrdrVwvA to wrea.. aa
eat aay iw art hot TVd Bsemiejr
' a areearaar af want Mswed. li
t era-alar tbiaasWaVa aat l,t. -
a ratBBBT. . Mr a aaa ia. -
apaasraata brfcre leaev and Bay .WShrbt ta
creasei oteadUr. I tell aoa, I wad a, ulra
with, Dr- Wi&aaa' PteVpiUs J Pais
Pooajothat I weald Moo say Shoe te fell
aiy Meada how they hoi oared a f ,
to-etors Bswaoaaa-1 a varf Ud on ef
a v - . . n . . .
V e bbbb mmm mm ww bb WBBBB. OaWaO
una i oie bcbbbv
waata toaow want them
caaai af debaUrV. It t
te ma. dsclstvd lu. llrr
Dr. Will W MffA be PaU Poonls
easwj mm mm
nysMna, awalysai ieroaaoha-
ropal-as- sreai eiuated
soaaiBg srvefalo, owoUod
riekMa I.hla4 " - .
eatret .dadbretittss, decayel haasa. ehrooio
eryBraehaveaterrh. snsisi Mm of Sfce bow.
tv5 K"TLf M tavtatBSdnr the
blood aad syatam wboa kawkaldawB br
: -r - ' aHBUBJt.
"uarmwa at uta
as frreSt, ok Vat af Vital
Btedirfaa. Tbey aeotsta aotSiog tbat
id injare tho anal UliiaJs ssasai. TL .
F" pm not ia
lnf'baiHapH aad temg
If eTwith its
. koad red.
tbera to aetivny la I
aad that i
the finals trade aosrk aal aa aw, at 66
" a hem or sis bem sbr WiT ul are
sr; Z2 dirwJrDr4
of treatSBrnt iaoxptsaive as compsjed with
"u-uj itb aissaiHMaiira.
..BanBBjw BBaaa aa aurta