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ANARCHISTS III ITALY
8ensational Arrests Made at
Milan Today Unearth
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Milan. Aug. 13. Three anarchist!
war arretted thia morning and the
police aeized explosives and docu
menta, including letters from Caes
ario Santo, the assassin of President
Carnot, and Pietro Acciarlte, who at
tempted to assassinate King Hum
bert. Oiber arrests are expected to
follow. The police claim to hare
coneluslve evidence of the existence
of an international anarchistia plot.
MlariV Mrlke Hltnetloa.
Pittsburg, Ang. 13. The first
bloodshed since the miners1 strike
began was shed this morning, when
Jacob Mott, a drummer in a band
leading a section of the Plnm Creek
marchers, got hit over the eye, mak
ing a deep gash, and causing a free
flow of blood.
The marchers were going to the
Center school house when met by
the sheriff with deputies. The
sheriff ordered them back, and then
read the court's injunction issued
yesterday. The party followed. No
weapons were used, but both sides
began shoving until in some way
Mott was injured. The minora gave
up and returned to camp.
Pittsburg, Aug. 13 The uniform-
ity committee reports a number ol
signatures secured to the agree
ment, including some of the larger
Ta Ores Regatta.
Philadelphia, Aug. 13. It is a
beautiful day for the National Bow
log association regatta on the Schuyl
kill river in Fairmount park. The
international 4-oared shell race and
8-oared raoe will be a mile and a half
straight away; all others the same
distance with turn. The water at
noon was glassy ; no current to speak
of. The first race was at 2:30 p. m.
Aasevleea Noiaaaa Aseeslatloa.
Detroit, Aug. 13 Prof. Frederick
Ward Putnam, of Harvard, was
elected president of the American
association for. the advancement of
soience this morning. L. O. How
ard, of the department of agricul
ture, Washington, aucceeds Prof.
Putnam aa permanent secretary
Boston was chosen as the place for
holding the next meeting.
Bryea lleaerj a Boycott.
Butte, Aug. 13. Bryan received
an enthusiastio welcome here. He
made a brief speech at the hotel, and
later spoke at the race track. The
tracks have been under the ban of
lsbor unions, and he refused to gn
fiere until the boycott ua declared
off for this occasion.
Death aa the Re alt af a Dastard's Aet.
Dallas, Tex., Aug. 13. A north
bound Misfouri, Kansas & Texas
train was wrecked this morning near
Caddo Mills by some one removing a
nth plate bending the rails. Every
car, but the rear aleeper, waa turned
over. Messenger Rawlins was in
stantly killed and several passengers
OB? Fir TMM WoaOtrrd DatL
Borne, Aug. 13. A local news
paper says the oount of Turin, who
is understood to have challenged
Prince Henry of Orleans to fight a
dual, has left Italy secretly for that
purpose, awords are reported se
looted as weapons.
AaOUHaa Usage. '
Raltnmora. An?. 13 Patar Mnnn
han, 74 years old, waa hanged here
loaay lor who muruer.
Heaet 1 BotldHB Wi rkmea 9 r;ke.
Chicago. Aug. IS Two thousand
five hundred workmen employed on
publio aehool buildings sirnck todav
because of the refusal of the board of
education to place a clause in the
contracts for new buildings binding
Rajral asanas tka lead pew.
WktswtMM 4MtS ofottcleNaW
IlL. A A A. - I I I aWaaaBWaaaU aaSBBI MMMM
the ccntractprs t3 employ all union
Wheat asjasa Brratta.
Chioaeo. Auff. IS Wheat ia airaln
erratic, closing 1 under yesterday.
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ioi reaction waa eauaea 07 a reeling
that it is about due. and traders an
c'osing deala rather than carry them
a-l -M -a. a a -
oTor ounaay at tae rise 01 a break.
OuUide markets are also weak.
CHICAGO MAN shot to oetth.
Allrfd Outraged Hasbaad Doca tka Work
Durango. Colo., Aug. 13. Will A rev
brother of C. J. S. Arey, of Chicago, Was
shot and almost instantly killed bv Dr.
W. R. Winters yesterday. The tragedy
occurred at 8:30 a. ra. Arey waa accused
by Dr. Winters of criminal intimacy
with the letter's wife. TV- rn.
months ago Dr. Winters made threats
against Arey and he left town for a time.
Six weeks ago Mrs. Winters aplied for
divorce and the case was to come up
yesterday. In going; to work Arey passed
the office of Dr. Winters and It Is claimed
that he looked in at the window. He had
a revolver in his hand. The wtnr
stepped out on the sidewalk. '
It IS not known Who flml flaat tint nn
witness states that Arey did. After two
snots were nred Arey ran across the
street. ' Winters followed. Arev fell
on the sidewalk and Winters continued
snooting at the orostrate man until hia
revolver was emptied. Arey died where
he had fallen. Dr. Winters is one of the
most prominent Physicians In south
western Colorado, and waa at one time
a member of the legislature.
BATES MARRIED FOR SYMPATHY.
Rcaaon Oivea by the Chicago Bigamist for
in suj Wives.
Chicago. Aug. 13. David E. Rate ad
mitted Ave of his seven marrlaeea Tea.
terday. He said most of them were mart
for sympathy. His tender heart was so
inucnea py seeing so many young wom
en mruerllnz alone- iimriv ...i ,
world that he started bravely out to al-
cviaiu me sunerings or as great a nura-
uer aa possible on S60 a month.
Halts has admitted to a friend that
there are two more wives whom the po
lice have never dlnrnvprmt u ,ii .1.1.
friend that he had been married seven
times, one of the mlsslne- vivu 1.
In Wisconsin and the other la In Ohioo.
go, but It is said that neither will appear
agalnH him. His lawyers will plead In
sanity on the subject of marriage alone.
Wheat noes Jumping I'pward.
New Tork, Aug. 13. Wheat prk-esshot
up yesterday In leaps and bounds, sur
passing by more than a cent a bushel
II previous records since the bull cam
paign opened. Chicago at first led the
riie, but gave place to New Tork later
In the day. The range on September
was from 88 cents, the opening figure.
to cants, from which it dropped a
cent a bushel, only to recover later In
the day, reaching 90 cents. Right at
the close a lot of long wheat was unex
pectedly dumped on the market, precipi
tating a sudden break to 89 cents for
September, or a cent below the highest
Held for a Mysterious Murder.
Waukon, la.. Aug. 13. Frank Arnold.
a local sporting man, has been, held to
the grand Jury without bail after a
week's preliminary hearing for the mur
der of Henry V. Duffy, a prominent
ouslness man of this city, on the nieht
of April 26. The matter has since been
wrapped In mystery, and public senti
ment was divided as between murder
and suicide. The general opinion is that
the evidence against Arnold will not
Yacht Merita Is All Right.
Chicago. Aug. 13. All dmiht o n
the safety of the yacht Merlin nf Chi
cago and its Dassensrera wn Hansii4
yesterday morning by a report brought
i mm across tne lake oy Henry Oldam.
cashier of the recorder's office. The
yacht reached Silvan beach WninnHx-
In good condition and the same night
set sail from that port headed south
for a month's cruise on the lake.
Wov. Drake Svrloasly Ilk
Des Moines, la., Aug. 13. Governor
Drake lies at Excelsior Springs In a
very critical condition. Adlutant nn-
eral Henry H. Wright, who has Just
rexurnea irom nis bedside, says that
very serious fears are entertained rv
his recovery. He is BunVrinar tmm .
severe attacke of diabetes.
Score on the Ball Field.
Chicago, Aug. 13. League base ball
scores yesterday were: At Washington
Brooklyn 0, Washington 3; at Louis
villeChicago 5, Louisville 6; at Cleve
landPittsburg 2. Cleveland 9; at Phil
adelphiaBaltimore 11, Philadelphia 7;
at New Tork Boston 5. New Tork 4;
(second game) Boston 10, New Tork 7.
Western League: At Milwaukee Kan
sas City 2, Milwaukee 8.
Western Association: At Qulncy
Dubuque S. Qulncy 4: at Des Moines
Cedar Rapids C Des Moines 3; at Bur
lingtonPeoria 11. Burlington 6; at St.
Joseph Rock ford 4, St. Joseph 5.
Fire Loss Mot Over $10,000.
St. Louis, Aug. 13. The loss by fire
in the building of the Enterprise Brass
company Wednesday night was greatly
over-estimated by those giving the fig
ures. The president of the company says
his loss will not exceed $10,000. which
is covered by Insorance.
Broaght a Wife Hosne with Bias.
Muskegon. Mich.. Aug. 13. Isaac P.
Newton, a wealthy lumberman and mill
owner, formerly of Ashland. Wis., went
. to Chicago Saturday on business. H
' surprised his friends by returning yes
terday with a bride, Olive Foster, of
Haaaa's Taeht SUll Agroaad.
Port Arthur. Ont.. Aug. 13. Senator
iianra s yacht, the "Comanche." la atlll
aground ten miles from Niplgon. The
lugs aiary Ann ana ueorgisna left h
yesterday mornlr.g to pull her oft. All
ooara ars sare.
Traia la tae Ditch ia Texas.
Dallas, Tex., Aug. 13. It la renorted
that the Missouri, Kansas and Texas
nortn-bound passenger train is in the
dch at Caddo Mills. . No partJtUara.
CAPITAL CITY IIOTES.
Opinion on That Discriminating
Tariff Against Canadian Rail
ways Coming Soon.
TEA DaTOBTESS ASK A EEABUG.
Will Oppose ImpoalUoB of the Duty oa
Goods Coualag Over Caaadlaa Beads ia
Bead. Which Is the Kah or the Matter
Statistics oa Oar Ooaaa-CarrylBg Trade
Caloa Labels ot Prohibited oa Cigar
aad Cigarette Packages.
Washington. Aug. 13. Attorney Gen
eral McKenna and Solicitor General
Richards are making a careful study
of the questions involved in the con
struction of section 22 of the new tariff
act. and it is expected that an opin
ion covering the subject will be sent to
Secretary Gage early in the coming
week. The main question at issue is
whether teas and other goods shipped
from China and Japan by vessel to
Vancouver, B. C, and thence by rail
In bond to the United States are sub
ject to the 10 per cent, discriminating
duty imposed by section 22. It is stated
at the treasury department that a very
large proportion of the teas and other
products of China and Japan are so
shipped to the New England and other
eastern cities at a less rate than is
charged by way of American lines of
railroad from San Francisco. Eastern
exporters of these commodities there
fore are said to be opposed to any con
struction ef the act which would Impose
the additional 10 per cent. duty. The
Boston and Maine Railroad comoany
has asked to be heard on the question
pending its final determination and the
attorney general has concluded to give
it a Hearing tomorrow morning.
Foreigners Set Our Carrying Trade.
An Interesting report, albeit It is
mostly figures, is obtained from the
treasury records as to who does our
ocean carrying trade. According to
these records British vessels are car
rying over 55 per cent, of the merchan
dise of the United States, both of im
ports and of exports. Eamination of
figures for the first six months of 1897
show that the total Imports in vessels
have been of the value of S432.689.981.
and of domestic exports in vessels $452.
800,405. The percentage of Imports car
lied in American vessels is 15.35, and in
foreign vessels 84.65; of Imports in ves
sels the British have carried 53.89 per
cent.; the Germans. 11.49; French,
S.46; Dutch, 3.3; and all other
foreign vessels 8.51; of domestic
exports only 8.19 is carried in
American bottoms, 91.81 being carried
in vessels of other nations. British
vesssels carry 68.23 per cent, of the
value of exports by vessels; German,
8.92; French. 2.19; Norwegian, 2.93; and
all other foreign, 9.54.
Values of Cargoes Compared.
The value of Imports carried In Amer
ican vesssels for the six months ended
June 30 was 366,428,149, and of that car
ried In foreign vessels 3366.261.832. and
the value of exports for the same period
carried in American vessels, was $37.-
113,168. and of that carried In foreign
vessels, $415,687,267. The value of sugar,
wmcn has been largely brought from
the West Indies ia American vessels,
carries the percentage of imparts In
American vessels higher than that of
the value of domestics exports. Since
1870 the bureau of statistics'has stated
the value of merchandise imported and
exported in cars and other land vehicles.
During the first half of the present year
the value of Imports carried was $20.-
068.149 and of exports, $27,297,618.
Government Must Pay Itself Duty oa Stoao
or Stop a Big Work.
Washington, Aug. 13. Unless the treas
ury department can be brought to modi
fy Its construction of the tariff law in
respect to the duty on stone Imported
for government use, one of he largest
engineering works now in progress in
thia country, the construction of the Buf
falo breakwater, will be brought to an
absolute standstill. The war depart
ment made a .contract with Hughes
Brothers A Bangs for the construction
of this work, and under the contract the
government was to take the stone from
the Canadian quarries across the lake
and lay it down at the breakwater.
The treasury department had been first
consulted and held that this could be
done without Incurring any duty. Now,
nowever. Just as the work is starting,
the collector at Buffalo has notified the
war department officials that he must
assess duty on the stone and refuse to
admit it until the duty is paid.
The difficulty is. that th engineers
have no money to pay this duty, and so
the work must stop unless the treasury
officials relent. The stoppage would in
volve serious loss to the government,
for the contractors who have their la
borers and plant on the ground ready
to carry out their contract might seoure
heavy damages for demurrage. General
Wilson, chief of engineers, has referred
the subject again to the treasury with
several propositions to meet the case.
It Is estimated that the duties thai
the government must pay Itself on the
stone would amount to between a quar
ter and a half of a million of dollars,
according to the construction given to
the tariff act by the treasury depart
ment. KO LAW AGAINST CMIOI4 LABKLS.'
Tariff Act Does Sot Prohibit
'Washington, Aug. 13. A delegation
representing the dgarmakers unions
called on Secretary Gage yesterday te
lnqoir if the provision in the new tariff
taw prohibiting the Insertion cf pictures;
numbers, etc.. in cigar and cigarette
packages applied to the "tags' put on
an union-made gocda Certain manu
facturers had raised the point that un
der the law they could no longer put the
tags on their productions. Fearful that
if. this proved to be the .case it wnw
324, 326, 328 Breft Strut.
There to receive oar im
mense new stock of
Whieh will be the choic
est etoek ever placed
in Davenport. In the
- meantime we will dis
pose of the balance of
oar former stock at ri
diculously low prices,
making bargains for
those seeking bargains.
Remember We Are at
The Big Store.
& Carpet Co.,
give non-union wcrknen jn the tobacco
trades a broad field for the introduction
of goctis now boycotted, the union men
asked for an Immediate ruling.
Secretary Gage referred the matter to
Acting Internal Revenue Commissioner
Wilson, who decided that there was
nothing in ttie law to prevent a contin
uation of the practice of decorating
packages i cigars and cigarettes with
trades union labels, the trademarks of
of manufacturers, etc. The workmen re
tired feeling that they had won a great
victory and effectually headed off any
schwnes that might be hatching to en
courage the manufacture of non-union
Sm Maps af Alaska for Months.
Washington, Aug. 13.' The report hav
ing been published that the general laad
office would socn issue maps of Alaska
showing the latest surveys and explora
tions of the gold regions, that office has
been flooded with Utters rqasting
copies of the maps. As it will be impos
sible to prepare the maps for several
months the requests cannot be granted.
The officials have not time to respond
to the letters, explaining the situation
The geological survey is in much the
Civil Service Exemlaatloa Sehedaled.
Washington. Aug. 13. The alvll ser
vice commission has Issued a circular to
the examining beards of the sixty-three
internal revenue districts announcing
that examinations tor deputy collectors,
clerks, storekeepers, gaugers. storekeep-er-gaugers
and messengers m-iH be held
in each district on Sept. 18, to be contin
ued the next week day if all applicants
cannct be eahmined Jn one day.
Xatlenal Dank for Illinois.
Washington, Aug. 13. Authority has
been granted for the Millikon National
bank, of Decatur, Ills. Capital stock.
Suspected a Mistake.
"Sim Wilkison has two mighty smart
boy a," remarked Mrs. CorntosseL "One
of 'em bes gone to town an learnt to
paint They say he puts a lot of atmos
phere in hia work. "
"ilandy, ain't yon tbinkin about the
"Tea. The one that leant to play
the cornet. " Washington Star.
Old Caaaeas ItevlveeL
An ancient custom has been revived
in some English rural districts. Clergy.
en, in surplices and attended fey a
r, made a tour in ptooession of the
cornfields and farmyards, where prayers
were, offered np for a blessing on the
The Kation says that in England at
I tbe pseaent day the expression genteel
ia mainly a peculium of the underbred
ef those with whom wives are la
idles and ef those who in their own
sphere are known as gents and tbe like.
Marshes of 1
From 1875 to tbe present time over
luv.uuo acres annually have been re
claimed from marsh and sea by tbe peo
ple of Denmark.
Well Oave the Greatest cT
JiVE (Qreatlearing ales.
It is our intention to sell every dollar's worth of this season's goods aad do
it quickly with bona fide prices that no other houses in the three cities
would dare to offer. Our reputation for carrying the highest class of mer
chandise is established. We are going to sacrifice every department and
cut the life out of everything. We quote a few of the prices t give you
Hen's and Boys' Sniu that ore worth
$8. $9. 910 and fcven p to fit. wo
are going to sell at t5. Don't mita
it. 5 for an all wool eoit. well
trimmed, well made and good fit
ters. Come early. They won't last
long at that prion
Hen's and Boys' Summer Snita, frocks
and sacks, round and square oats,
worth 116 AO. $15, S13.S0. nil the
beat material, workmanship the
finest, in fact high art clothing in
every respect. Ail go for the small
Te bicycle riders, all of onr 910, 99,
and 98 suits take year choioe of
any Bike Salt in the honse for 95.
You'll have to seorch or you'll lose
We are going to close the balance of
our Children's Spring and Summer
Suits, ages 4 to 14, worth 96, 95 and
94, all go at the same price
Everything must go.
Bis Store . .
The wheat yield of Washington Is S3..
000.000 bushels and may be mere.
The battleship Indiana has bean suc
cessfully placed in drydock at Halifax,
W. J. Bryan has returned to Bntncer.
Ida., from his seventeen days' trip
through Yellowstone park.
Ethan AHen Hitehcock. of St. Louis.
has accepted the Russian mission. He
was m no sense a candidate.
C. C. Harris fell from a thirty-foot
soafTeld while painting at Butler, rnd..
and received Injuries which proved fatal.
The 14-year-old son of Richard Bell.
living south of St. Charles, ia., was bit
ten three times by a rattlesnake and died
in great agony.
WlUie Freeze and Budy Kloeppel,
years of age. tapped the tnl at Sponsa
ble's restauaant in Monroe, Wis., It is
alleged, and were arrest' d.
The deadly cigarette tiaimed another
victim at Chicago whan James Morgan
attempted to handle gasoline with a
lighted cigarette In his month. .He waa
The American Express office in Mon
roe, Wis., was eatere'd and sealed packages-were
torn open and a valuable dia
mond ring that was in one of the pack
ages was taken.
The engagement of Grace Anson,
daughter of the well-known Chicago
baee ball player. Adrian C. Anson, to
Walker H. Clough. formerly of Leaven
worth., Kan., is announced.
Chales Stevens waa arrested at NeRls
vllle. Wis., by the sheriff from Emmetts
burg. la., charged with forging ordera.
The sheriff had' extradition papers from
the governors of Iowa and Wisconsin.
Assistaat State Dairy and Food Com
missioner W. W Chad wick. ef. Wiscon
sin, was In Janeville, Wis., this week,
and will soon begin prosecutions against
seventeen persons who have violated the
milk and vinegar laws.
Mrs. John Falgate, who lives near
Orangeville, Green county. Wis., met
with a terrible accident. While untying
her horse she got targled and fell and
the horse stepped on her head severe!
times, tearing out her left eye. breaking
her nose and cheek bene and cutting
ber face In a asvere manaer.
STn. B. C. While, Aged It,
Mexico. Mo.. Aug. 13. Ernest Cross
White tan off with the 12-year-old
daughter of Thomas PIckerson and went
to Halliday, where they were married.
The father of the girl started" in pursuit,
and secured the young bride and will try
to hold her until of age. Mrs. Cross
Whlse Is probably the youngest bride in
the state', if not in the United Stataa
Boils, pimples and eruptions.
seroieia, salt meant ana nil other
manifestations of impure blood are
cared by Hood's Bsrssparuia.
It is not nenorally known that
ore adults die of lidnev trouble
than any other disease. When the
first symptoms of this disease appear
no time should bo lost in taking Fo
ley's Kidney Cars, whieh ia ruaran.
teed or money refunded. Bold by
M. 7. Bahnsen and T. H. Thnsaaa.
Any Child's Bleuee Waah Sail, worth
op to 91. sow 91. Bines I to 9
Tourenoioa of any Mothers' FHend
Percale Shirt Waist, worth an te
75c,for7e . .
If en's Underwear, worth tfo,
We must Have the room.
L M DO U
Five Thousand Bottles of Dr.
tism Cure, Prescription
without Charge by
port, Rock Island ' and Moline.
The First Free Test Ever Given of True Homeonatblo RemeClts. This Is not
a newspaper Distribution. Controlled by aa Advertiser. Bat an
Honest Test Conducted by Reputable Druggists. Woo
Will Rsport Results Daily, end Prove That .
BalUntine Remedies Do Cure the Sink.
This is the first opportunity the
public has ever had. or probably
ever will have, of testing true home
opathic remedies free. Thousands
of bottles of factory made homeo
pathic remedies have been Riven
awuy during tho past, but never bo
fore in tbe history of medicine has a
genuine homeopathic physician com
pounded a lino of TRUE homeo
pathic euros HtMSBLF nnd givon
them to the public
Dr. Ballentiae is able to prove by
tho thousands upon thousands that
his remedies do euro mora people of
dif esse, and afford more Immediate
rellrf. than any medicine ever sold
by tho druggist. -
The Free Distribution.
Saturday. Aug. 14, Dr. BaUeatlno's
True Specific for Rheumatism (the fa
mous cio. su) xne sped no whieh
cures rheumatism ia every ease, will
be distributed frte to all tho people
7 in ursgrisss wnoso names will
appear In this paper on Thursday.
Friday and Saturday. Aay a sufferer
from rheumaUsm. or aay one who
ass a raeumaue sufferer ia bis Ism
ily, may, by calling at the drug etere
nearest his home, obtain a bottle of
Dr. Ballentine's True Specific for
Rheumatism absolutely free. Look
for tho nemo of the drug store near'
oet your homo.
Tho following well known and ra
sponsible druggists have kindly con
sented to give awsy free 01 eaarre to
all tho people Dr. BelleuUae's True
Homeopathic Remedy for Rheuma
Usm repeciue Ho. 80) oa Aug. 14.
LbS af Dreaxaate.
' ion roana.
HARPER HOUSE PH ABMACY.
at- r. BAHNSEN. eoraer Fourta arenas and
A. J . RIESB. Poena avenue dnsr si si a.
HAUTZ ULLKMEYER, man Third ev
eaue aad Twentieth street.
LOCIS A. SCHMIDT. Seventh Aveaae
SORBBECK BBOS., Third avesjae and ais-
Tho followiar are a few of his rem'
adieu, aad all are no Id by your drug
The balance of onr lion's Worsted aad
Caeslmere laate. worth np to 94.
for 9S-S5. Those pants are aa ex- syr"
celleat borteia...VT 2.25
Boys' Panta, worth 7e, o7
Boys' Pants, worth 50c, m
Hats, worth 50e,
Ballentine's Famous Rheuma
No. 30, to be Given A
the Druggists of Daven-'
gist nt the uniform price af 26a each:
NO. 70 LOCALTREATM INT far
catarrhal affections, to bo used In
connection with No. S8. -
NO. 26 CURES CROUP ta all its
forms insteataeeous relief.
NO. tf-CUIM MALARIA
ague and kindred eomplalute.
UL TO CUKES DTSFKF8
lieves latuleney. ladlgestioa aad die.
trees in ue stomach la u law min
utes. ; -
KO. 8 CURES DIARUICEA. chol
era morbus aad dysentery.
NO. 68 CURES EFILkPST. ana.
ealar twitching and dysentery.
HU. IS CUKES HEADACHE la a
NO. 8x CURES HEART DISEASE.
palpitation, throbbing aad irregular
actloa of the heart.
NO. 78 -CURES LA GRIPPE, ra.
Revee tbe eoagestloa and pain in a
NO. 74 CURES LIVER COM.
PLAINTS, suea as torpid Uver, con
stipation, jaundice, ate.
NO. S4 CURES PILES, stronrth-
ans tha weakened Tolas aad allays
una eurea ue internal tnnammauon.
NO. 72 PILE OINTMENT, to be
used la eoaaocUoa with tho Pile
Care; an external application. Coras
itching at once.
BO. SO CURES RHEUMATISM,
sciatic. Inflammatory, muscular aad
iambago. It gives Immediate relief
aad purmaaeat euro.
NO. S CURBS DIPHTHERIA
and sore throat of ov-tv dsserlptieeu
NO. IS CURES NEURALGIA, re
lieves the severest pain ta a law ml a.
NO. tS CURES SKIN DISEASES,
dry aad scaly akin, pimples oa the
face or body, dirty specs.blackhoads.
NO. 4 CURES WORMS; tho
remedy to destroy worms la ehO.
droa, as It la aot only pleasant ta
take, but acta effectively In a tew
no. at-cracs WHonpna ooraH; a
aare aare. If atvaa early at the etieeh. H pre-.
vaata tae wbeovlac aatlrely.
NO. se NERVE CCK aatatas Leas VI
taut. Sanaa aa atahaa Sowatl aass, aataaeq
.ahllki 1 : CN
ale la asaa, aura au