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WANTED COMPITENT SALESMEN.
F-xeellen- position to proper parties,
nereides Mvaulaoturu company, Cleveland,
WANTED COODS TO 8 TORE IN CHEAP,
eleao end tith storage rooms, with ele
vator at iflss Hmod avenue. Johnny J one.
Two rings on UI7.
WANTED PUPILS IN FLOCCTION AND
tb valetl culture. Tr lining la especially
beneficial to lawver and ministers, .ddress
Mlas Nellie V. Wuson, 44U rlftu avenue.
WANTED A GENERAL AG'.NT. WBO
understand to take charge of agent
and take tut chsrsn of the Rock Inland and
ttoline aeencles. For particulars addreaa i3
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WANTED PnF.A AND SCISSOBS
maker, mien as formers, gilders and
temperera: ii.eady t mployment and out omary
wanes ti ibe ritrtit mm. Addreaa with refer
encts, Mmoi Bhear company, Maoon, Mo.
WANTED A FIVE TO HKVENHOOM
boiMe, near or between Industrial ball
andtfti new Woodmen ulte. Sta'e location
convenience awl rent required. Prompt pay
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T. Kerry. Rook Island, Mauekar house. Hours,
11 to I :M, 6 to 7:30.
WANTED TRC8TWORTHT AND Ac
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responsible, established house In Illinois.
Monthly and expenses. Position ateady.
Itrferenee. Enclose self-addressed atamped
envelope. The Dominion Company, Depart
ment V, Chioago.
WANTED TO LOAN MONET ON DIA
icnnda, wstefeee, jewelry, hardware,
fnusleal Instruments, blnyolas. slothing, dry
goods', furniture, eta. Riches cash siloes
pa d for taeond band goods of all kinds aio
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prtoes. A I) bealnes transections strtcvi)
rontlflcitlal. His saw number and location,
l-t'l gewl A venae rw,nt forget It. I. W.
Jen Two ring on IJ47.
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large room: water up stairs. Kent to.
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"IOR RF.NT TWO NICELY FURNISHED
m- room wun oara in private family, m
quire at Til Twentieth street.
TTOR RENT FOrR ROOM FLATONTWEN
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A. on Second avenue and Eighteenth street.
Kieetrie light, steam beat, reasonable rent.
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"COR SALE-COAL IN ANY OtTANTITV
X of Jo bunhels or over at f i.50 per ton, de
livered 0. O. D. to any part of the city. Leave
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IjX)R SALE OR EXCHANGE t GOOD
paying bakery business at 1 10 Third ave
nue. Owner wishes to engage In otnor bosi
neea. Will take real estate In exchange. Call
at above number for particulars.
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it's one of our ways of aJvcrtisins:.
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-Vftxt rjag-ues," says Profesaor
Munyon. kill fewer people than diseases
of the kidneys. In health these orjrana
terutl and dls- -
through. - the
orlne. JS dis
eased the poi
son remains in
the blood and
ties, piling u?
atom by atom,
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tem can do
longer resist Us
heart Is poi
eoncd. Its ac
tion falls and
u ropay ap
Is po:toise-l anJ
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Have yon te-n
a heavy drink
trT Have you
cllowe-l a coll
o settle in these organs? Have yoa
overworked your stomach, liver, or nerv
ous system, and thrown more strain on
your kldnrys than they can bear? No
ifintter what the cause, trust our Kidney
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errlrent snd successful physicians of the
? ' nn'J h,l!, e,"ed thousands of canes.
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will cure li per cent, of all forms of
kidney disease. When the disease Is far
advanced and there are other complica
tions patients hod better snd a four
ounce vial of their urine, with full symp
toms. We will then make a careful
analyst of the water, and advire the
be.it course to punue to get welL ab
solutely free of charge."
Prof. Wi.nyon has a separate spedfle
for each dmense. They may be obtained
from druggists, and nearly all are 35
cents a vial. Personal letters to Prof.
Munyon, 1.5r Arch Street, Philadelphia,
l a., answered with, free medical auvloe
for any disease.
And tv hen It shows
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of Jewelry always on
hami at "lire aud let
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si. I SKVi tiuus ss warns im, sew York City.
with every larce
size cake of
PLOT IN BALTIMOm
UNION MEN WERE PREPARED TO
BURN THE CITY IN 1861.
A Coaster MovemntteOM WUek It WBS
Believed Southern Sjrsnpstbissrs BM ea
ysnt Coafldemtiml IMsclosnres afsde Vr
the Old TobseeontsU
"Dnring he first rear of the war," a
grizzled colonel remarked, while recall
ing incidents of the great rebellion,
business connected -with the recruiting
and equipping of volunteers in Pennsyl
vania took me frequently to Washing
ton, and, as. the hotels in that city soon
became crowded and uncomfortable, I
made it a custom to stop at Barnum's,
in .Baltimore, remain overnight there
and run over to the capital early in the
morning, and thus I passed many
nignts during 1861 in the famous old
hotel of the Monumental City. Near it
was a large tobacconist's shop, where I
ciscovered a superior grade of cigars
was sold, and of this shop I became a
regular customer. Ordinarily I was
served by a young salesman, but I fre
quently saw in the shop an old gentle
man who, I presumed, -was the proprie
tor. One day I was rather surprised by
tne old gentleman's stepping forward
to wait on mo himiwif. After I was
served he said:
" 'If you are not in a hurry, fsir, I
Would be pleased to have you walk into
my private office and have a smoke. '
"I readily assented, and he led the
way to a room at the rear of the store,
separated from it by a glass partition,
plainly bnt comfortably f nrnished, and
having the appearance of long and ha
bitual use. Pushing toward mo a large
split bottomed rocker, my host remark
" 'Here, for many ycara, I have been
accustomed to receive my friends, of
whom I had many, but I am sorry to
say that now the number is sadly di
minished. " 'Why so? I askod.
" 'Because of differences in opinion.
ho replied. 'I need not remind you of
tne condition toe whole country is in.
or tell you how completely men vary in
tneir ideas or duty. Nowhere is that va
riance greater than here in Baltimore.
and nowhere is there greater danger of
its leading to a calamity. '
" 'You surprise me, I exclaimed. 'I
knew there was considerable secession
sentiment here, and that months ago it
exhibited itself openly, loading to blood
shed on the streets, bnt I thought all
that had passed away.
"By no means,' he renlied. 'The
rebel sentiment in Baltimore is as in
tense and bitter today as it ever was.
The apparent quiet is only on the sur
face. You are in the service of the
Lmon, and it may bo as well for von to
bo informed exactly what the situation
Here la. '
" 'Three-fourths of the oeonle of Bal
timore are intensely southern in their
Itelings r.nd prejudices. All the slave
holders a; o so, and they aro the leading
citieeus. Following them is the class
which always toadies to what is consid
ered the aristocracy, and after those
comes a large disorderly element known
as tne plug uglics, who are willing and
ready to do anything that looks like re
sistance to constituted authority. Now,
I know beyond doubt that the loading
secessionists hero are thoroughly organ
ized and ore determined, tho first favor
able opportunity that offers, to declare
openly for the now Confederacy and car
ry Baltimore certainly, and Maryland
if possible, out of the Union.
" 'How is all this to bo done?' I in
quired. "'Their plan Is this: They know
every man upon whom ' thoy can rely,
and their strength is well understood.
They have clubs organized, which meet
regularly. The leaders have control of
plenty of money, snd supplies of arms
are available, lieular communication
is had withtthe Confederate leaders in
Virginia, and thev are waiting only for
a definite, tangible opportunity to strike.
Such an opportunity wl come if tho
Confederate army e: .t lvanco to
ward Washington a u.j tiiey expect
or should the Union army meet with
another serious reverse in the east If
Beauregard had pursued McDowell after
the battle of Bull Bun, thoy would
have risen then, and many wcro tho
curses heaped upon him for his failure,
as they expressed it, to follow up his
"What,' I asked, 'do yon Union
men propose to do if the movement you
anticipate is made?'
"'Bum the city,' he replied. 'Just
as certainly as the Russians burned
Moscow will we burn Baltimore if tho
rebels here take it out of the Union. '
" 'How can you, so few comparative
ly In numbers, do this?
"'Well, sir, we, too, are organized
and for this one purpose. In every part
of the city preparations have been made,
and when the time comes 100 or more
fires will bo started at once. Do yoa
know what this Is? he asked, taking
from a closet a 1 .'I - : tow, cotton, or
oakum about the tu of a large cocoa
nut 'It is a fire ball, thoroughly satu
rated with turpentine. Plenty of these
are ready, and at an understood signal
they will be lighted and thrown where
they will certainly prove effective. Oh,
we know well enough that wo cannot
resist (ho organized rebels, but you can
rely upon it that oaly the ruins of Bal
timore will ever become a part of the
"I never saw my old Union loving
lobscoonist ' after that evening, for not
long afterward I was sent to the amy
in the southwest and remained there
nntil the end of the war. We all knoav
that Baltimore remained In Che Union
and was not burned, bmt we know, too,
that the Confederate army never made
a serious advance on Washington, so
that the opportunity waited for by the
rebels in the Monumental City never
came. How nmch truth, if any, there
was in the old man's story must remain
unknown. 1 only tell the tela as it
told to ma" New York Son.
RECORD BROKEN AT NEW ORLEANS.
Teftow Fever Rtrikee Dovra Fbrty-nlsw A
dfrknral IVr-wmm Five Deaths.
New Orleans. Oct ".Yesterday was
a record breaker here. As early as
o'clock as many cases had been reported
as on Wednesday, when the fever had
for the iitne reached high-water marTe4t
casea At the same hour there had been
some fever deaths reported, with a
couple of patients in very critical condi
tion. The worst case cf the day was
that of Elijah Parks. Parks Is a Grand
Army of the Republie man. He had
been In falling health for a year. Thurs
day night he died and his death notice
appeared in the morning papers. Friends
attended the preparation of the corpse
for burial ar.d a wake was held. An
expert was at once sent to the scene.
His experienced eye enabled him Imme
diately to diagnose the case as yellow
fever. Yesterday the couriers of the
board of health were Industriously
searching for those who attended the
wake or had anything to do with the
dressing cf the body, in order that they
might be removed to the detention
camp. Board cf health official reoort:
New cases of yellow fever, 49; deaths,
S; total cases to date. 03; total
As to other places: There was one
new case and no death at Nitta Yuma.
Six new cases at Mobile and two new
localities of infection found. Four
deaths at Edwards and thirteen new
cases. Biloxi reports eleven new cases
and one death.
GREAT COMBINE IN GLAS3.
Xs as Far-IScachlna; In Ita Una as the
Standard Oil Company.
Columbus, O., Oct 8. A secret meet
ing of glass men wa9 held here during
the past few days; and closed Thursday
night, that means much to the entire
glass industry of this country. The
men who were here represented prac
tically tbe entire glass industry of the
United States, and the result of their
deliberations was to bring; under one
head practically every class manu
factory In the country. Something of
the magnitude cf the affair Is stated
In the fact that this combination or as
sociation of class industry cf the United
States represents as much, if not more,
capital, and Is as far-reaching and for
midable in its way, as the great Stand
ard Oil company.
The president of the new organization
is II. Sellers MeKoe, of Pittsburg, Pa.,
who Is at the head of the largest glass
manufacturing concern In America. The
secretary is E. I. Phillips, of New Cas
tle, Pa., and one of the largest glass
manufacturers In the country. J. A.
Chambers, of Pittsburg, who ranks with
these ether two men, Is to be the gen
eral manager of the new concern. The
board of directors chosen Includes the
president, .secretary and general man
ager above named, ar.d Messrs. T. F.
Hart, of Muscle. Ind.; H. B. Smith, of
Hartford City, Ind.; W. A. Gorby. of
Gas City, Ind., and William LoeEIer, of
Labor to Resort to the Injunction.
Chicago, Oct, . The' executive com
mittee of the Street Car Men's union
has decided to proceed against the Chi'
cago City railway by asking for an In
junction restraining tha eompany from
discharging union men. Papers fn the
CiVie are now being prepared by ex
Judge Ambrose and the necessary steps
will be taken not later than Monday.
minola Republican Conference. .
TJloorrrlngton, Ills., Oct. 9. Rpubltcaa
politicians of thlscltyarebusy preparing
to entertain the leaders of 'he tarty
throughout tlie state next week. A
meeting will be held about the 15 lust,
to discuss an extra session of the legis
lature and the reapportionment of con
gressional districts. Great Interest Is
being taken In the gathering.
Secretary WlbMra on the Htnmp.
Washington, Oct, 9. Secretary W!l
son, of the agricultural department.
has decided to devote all of next week to
speech-making in Ohio.
Bishop Potter denies the report that
his son Is to wed Helen Gould.
By Nov. 1 a cooking school will be In
operation a-t the high school, Oshkosh,
President McKlnley probably will go
to Canton to . vote at the November
General A. J. Warner has challenged
Senator Hanna to a Joint debate on the
Silver scored a rise of 1 penny to 27
pence In London, and 2 cents to &8
cents In New York.
According to Secretary of State Card
iner Michigan's wheat crop this year
IS Z4.S25.007 bushels.
Hoke Smith, former secretary of the
Interior, has been elected president of
the board of education of Atlanta.
Germantown, a Danville suburb. Is the
first town in Illinois to crant a fifty
year franchise to a street car company.
The stables of Dr. W. T. Frady, near
Marietta, Ind., were '''estroyed by fire
with all their contents, including fifty-
The team of Adolph Knudjon, a La
crosse county. Wis., farmer, ran away
as he whs going home. He was thrown
out and run over by tha wagon, dying
In a few minutes.
Mrs. Augusta Kruger, who resides
near Ablemans, Wis., was seriously
ly Injured In a runaway accident, She
was Internally hurt and her leg was
broken In two places. -
At a wedding in Sharon, Wis., the
bride was presented with two silver
teaspoons made from the shoe-buckles
worn by her great-great-grandfather,
who was an officer In the Revolutionary
Montello claims the oldest Mascn in
Wisconsin. Hollis S. Griffin, a member
of Montello lodge, was born In 1807, and
was a Mason at Hawkesbury. Canada.
In 1S37, thus antedating the record of
Mr. Griffin, of Waupaca, by eleven
Senorita Evangelina Oossto y Cisneros
has escaped from theCasa de Recogldas
at Havana, where she had been con'
fined for several months on a charge of
conspiracy against the crown of Spain,
and of an attempt upon the life of Gov
ernor Bene, governor of the Isle of
W. O. Downs; of Cleveland, O.. corn.
aaltted suicide try shooting himself in the
head in New Tork. He was aa old
friend of President Grant, a schoolmate
of Senator J. K. Jones and an associate
of George M. Pullman. He was a redl.
cat free silver man and stumped for
There will be services in the vari
ous churches tomorrow as follows: I
Mmtv neoial. cof I of Btxth a ve
il Tie sad Nineteenth street, Kev. K. F.
Sweet, S. T. 1)., recto- Surday school at
a. m.: matins and celebration at 7 a. nv:
many at 1P:4S a. m.: even eong st 7:30 p. m.
Trinity PptscopaL corner of Fourth
avenne aod Seventh street, Bev. R. F. Sweet.
S. T. D.. rector. Evensong sad Sunday school
at t:5D p. m.
Ft. Joseph's Roman Catholic, eorser
f Second avenue and Fourteenth street. Kev.
Thomas Maeldo. dean and pa ton Juhn H.
Cannon, assistant, lta.se at S a. m. and IO;S0
a.m. ve&persat3p.m. Sunday school at t
at. Mary's Qermsn Catholie. corner
of Foarth avcene and Twenty-eeooad atreet.
Rev. hfe-rnani Us ik. paHtor. M um at 8 s. m.
and 10:30 p. ra. Veopera at I p. m. Sunday
school at iA) p.m.
oeus&n L.utneran. corner of Twea
Skth street and Fifth avenue. Rev. C. A.
UeunicRa partor. Services at IfrOO a. m.
and 1M p.m. Sunday school at p. m.
(ttaee ttaritah Lutheran. corner of
FxrtF-fourtn street and Seventh ....n. t?..
Joseph L. M urphy pasiur. Services at lifcU a.
m. ai;i.p. m. niinoay school at k:l a. m.
IVst Swefli-sa Kranirelical. aamer ot
Foartcenth street and Fourth avenue. Rev.
aol K. ttlatt. jvistor. Service at 10 JO a. m.
bjhI 7:30 p.m. Sunday sohool at 3 p. m.
iUon Swedish Lutheran. 4fea Seventh
avenue. Services at IU:V a. a. and 6:00 p. m
(ieraiM I'.vanRelieal. Ninth sweet betweea
tVth and Sixth avenues. Rev. Thro. F. K roa
rer. p:mtor; services at 10 a. m. and 8 00 p. m.
Sunduy school at i p. m.
First Hnpust. corner of Third specie and
Fifteenth street. Kev. Carlton E. Taylor, fa.
U., aiur: Fervices at 10:is a. m.. atd' ttp
m. Morcirv s.ilijeet. "He Touohed the Bier "
everlag. She Supreme Sin." Sunday School
at :30 a. m.. S. J. W'oodin. superintendent. B.
. r. u. :. p. m. kiim Josephine Wood
In. leader. Tot io, "Etaltlne the X i7 n rt I I
kui." Junior union atZ:3u p. m.
Free 6wertKh mission, corner of Fierce! h
street and Fifth avenue. Sunday sohool at S
p. m. Services at 3.30 p. m. l'raycr meeting
Thursday at K p. m.
unanuei itaptist. 7 Forty-fourth street.
Services at 10 :. in. and 7:t5ji. m.,-by Hev
Charles R. Q. I'oole. Sunday school 613 p.m.
B. Y. P. V. at6 p.m. v
Second Kaptist. JVJ7 Blith avence. Rev.
Waslisitrton. pastor: serlce at II s. n.
and MM p. nx Sunday school at 13 n.
Swedish HapMst. comer of TmuAu
street and Fifth avenue, Rev. Lag-emiuM, pits-
Sunday school at .M a. ra.
First Methodist, corner of Fifth avmne ant
Nuieteentb street. Rev. C. O. MndullncJi.
pastor. Services at 10:45 a. m. ami 7:30 p m.
wwu'PK umirci. i pc secret t'laoe or the
Most Hieli: evening. "The L'nnlatmt! Pr-
uion." Sutidny school at 30 a. m Junior
leiwrue at J:S0 p. m. Epworth league 6.30 p. m.
German Methodist, corner of Sut'h atesue
and Foartcenth street. Kev. F. H. Hotlmann.
piistor: Hcrvioes at w: a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school al 9:15 at m. Rpworth league
St 7 p m. Henry Muentter. leader.
Ninth Street Methodist, Ninth street, be
tween Fifth and Sixth avenues; services at
lt: a. m. and 7:3u n. m. Sundav acnool u
v:4S a. m. ,
African Methodist. Fourteenth street anA
Fourth avenue. Kev. O. II Thomas, paitor.
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. tlun
dy school at 12:30 p. no.
llmadway Freshyteiian. corner of Twenty
thud street and Seventh avenue. Rev. W. 3.
Murquis. pastor. Services at 10 4 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Mornintr subjeot. "Not
Ashamed of the Gospel;" evenlnir. "Tha Rich
and I'oor I'roblem." Sunday school at (I: IS a.
m. Youvf people's meeting at fl:3d p. m.
Central Preshyterlan. Seonnd avenuo. be
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth sweet. Rev.
Ira W. Allen. Jr.. castor. Sen'iflM.tiA-n
a. m. nru p. m. bunoay school at :IJ
a. m. t oiug people a meet.ne at :40 p. m.
TJnlted lresbyierian. Third avenue ar.d
Fourteenth street. Services at 10:4f a. ci.
and 7:30 p. m. Preaehlas bv Kev. J. I iii--
hsm, of Red Oak. Iowa. Sunduy school at 9:30
a. m. i ountr people's meeting att:4& p. m.
Aiken Street Ghupel. ITeshyterlan. South
Roek Island, ltev. L W. Alien. Jr. . DMUV Run.
dicy school at 3 p. m. ChrUtian Kndcavor
tDceting at 4 p. m. services every Tuosdny
at 7:30 p. ra. .
wotun f:irK ccspei, nresbyterlan. Ems stseet
and Mtteenth avouue. Rev. W. S. Mmjtsa,
pi.sur: ounanv scuoul at x:iu p. in.; aervii
'liiescay at :au p. m.
Men:rial Curlsiian. Rev. T. W. Grafton, nsa.
Tor. ocrvives a iu:j a. m. nsu -m p. m.
Sunday sohool at 9:15 a. m. Y. P. 8. C. C
at C.4.1 o. m.
Twenty-Ninth Street Chapel, Christian. Sev-
enta avenue ana -j weniy-r. itn street, n;v. T.
W. Grafton, pastor. Sunday sabool at t p. m.
Airrcd llowen. superinteedent. Anas Jessie
Salvation Army Barracks, Run-all's bloek,
Socoad avenue, services as follows:
Knee drill at 7 a. m., holiness meelii.jr at
10:30 a. m., oiiristluns1 meet-uitf at S p. m.. aalva
tion meeting &t T .".1 n. m riant uiA M
iinnarfi in cnarice.
First Church vt Christ. Scientist. Twantv.
ttard Ktrcet Instween Seventh aud Ninth ave
nues. Services st llMS a.m. Sunday school fol
lows this service. Testimonial mcetLns every
Friday evening at 7:30. Rooms open everv
aflernoon and evenlnir except Sunday, from
in i. aunuay evening imu itot
Y. M. C. A. HuUdini;. corner of Third avenue
ana rt meteentn street. Service at S-.30 p. m
Pnealwa Anion suvt
The bent Salve in the world for
Cats. Bruises, Soros, Uloers, Salt
r.heuifl, rev or Sores, Tetter. Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin iroptions, end pocitivcly enrol
Files, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction er
money reloaded. Price 25 cents per
btx. For sale by Harts A CUemerer.
A Oart-Loai! of Gold
' "If yon dnmr-od a
cr.rt-!oad of pold at rry
f ct t it would n.t Lr.L
SU(.h joy snd f;la.lntss
into my life." So writes
a pnm'.nent rr.an after
ning the me'.hnd of
self-treatment that has
restored so many mtn
who had been wrecked
by excesses, over-work
or evil habits of youth.
A little book 11, nt
ma!tes it all plula may be had without charge
by writice TKE ESiE MEDICAL CO.,
64 Niagara St., Dudalo, N. Y.
Ko C. O. T. scheme : no patent medicines
jest the book under piala lettur seal.
Health is Wealth.
DR. E. C. WE8T8
KERVE m DRAIN TREATF..EHT
- THE ORIGINAL, ALL OTHEBS IKITATIOnS.
Issoldnndnr positive Written amreateet
Dyantnonsm ncnts only, to em Weak ntraorv,
UizzutasH. Wakefulness, h its. Hysteria. Quick
ness, h-.ftht Lossoa, Kvil DreamsTlek of Conn
dance. Nervoosnoas. Lnssltode, all Drains. If m th
iol Errors, or Excenuve Ur of Tobacco, Opium,
er lienor, which leads to Misery, Consninntion.
inssnity and Death. At store or by mail, (1 n
bnz: six for $; with writtes) srsnmntee te
eare er refsnsl answer, ttnasple asaek
e,e,eantaininc five days treatment, with foil
instmctiona. 2& cantau 4na samuU onijr sold to
each person. At auxe or by
tame. Ubel Special
For luiposrney. loss of
Power. Lest Man hood.
WmUhi a ltmi im.i 1
Bl S tOK SIX TOT S3, Wi:n9
A. J. Rhws. Fosrth Avenue Drag tore, sole
v;c::a::a at ms mzi alti;ol,::i H::iry-
FIVE YEAQS OLD.
Cr. Ji:j C::H:n, of Charspslgn, H:s U?.zzzi (ha
L' J Cssfih erkbg cith ;;src.l (
Srzs Vlcr ti a Yesag Csa.
k Sictch cf fiis Ufa.
free DU OateUe, Champaign, iTL
At the advanced ut of eizhty-6ve Tears.
James McUillen. of 112 Went Wsahinrlon
Street, is one of tbe Boat active men in Conn
pslim, Illioois. Mr. McMUlc-n is s pioneer
citizen ot the city, end his form is as fsmilicr
on the streets ns that of anr citizen of the
town. AU his life Mr. iiciliilm has fol
lowed the trade of suoemaker, and even now
in his declining years he says that he wonld
feel lost to pi re np his trade, and contrary
to the wishes of his children, evrry day finds
him at his bench, bendine over his work with
apparently the same visor he commanded
when he was a young man.
lie has a little shop on Korth Writ-lit ft,
in the vicinity of the University of Illinois,
and be is the official shoemaker, as it were.
or uv aiuucauj oi mm nmniuon.
Abcnt s year sea Mr. UcMillen was absent
from his bench for several weeks, end hit
familiar form was missed along the streets
which he has traversed many years to end
from his work. The local newspapers an
nounced that be was dan serous! v ill at Li
home, end that H was feared he wonld not
recover, for months be was a snCerer, bat
unaiiy ne appeared aim at lus shop, and
has lost but very few days since then end
none, perhaps, on account of sickness. His
trienus were surprised to see bim oat Spain,
and they were more surprised when ha told
toem toe cause oi nis recovery.
i nere was do small amount or local interest
In his case, and a reporter visited him to have
him relate the story, lfe appeared to he de
lighted to have an opportunity to teU the
public the method be adopted for, he said, the
story that he would have to teU might be the
means of assisting some one who wusnlleriar
as he bsd suffered.
"I feel," said the spry old eentleman,
"fhut I owe my life to lr. Williams rink
Pills for Pale People. Something like s
year ago it sppesred to me that I was almost
a physical wreck. I was gradually goin:;
down, sail I appreciated the condition into
which I was sinking, bnt the medicine I
was taking appeared to be of no benelit to
me. I was sufferins from a disease of the kid
neys and they were very sore. A thick scarf
next formed on tna bottoms or my feet and
my ankles were terribly swoMen and in
flamed. Ia fact, they reached snch a con
dition that I eonlJ not walk, and it looked as
thontrh my days wers nnmoered.
" I read in the newspaper testimonials from
people who claimed to hare been cured of
kidney trouble by the nse of It. Williams'
link Tills for Pale People, and thought that
it woald do ms no harm to rive them a trial.
I hough t a box of them st the dreg store and
begun taking them according to directions.
It may seem strange, bat it is a fact that I
felt ths benefit of them almost aa soon as I
began to take them. After I had taVen a
few pills my urinal discharges became almost
as black as tar and I noticed at the same
time that the pain and soreness were leav
ing my kidneys. This satiefled me that the
little pills were doing me good, and I took
them with more regularity than ever.
"A lew days later the swelling beesa to go
eat of my ankles, and at tha end of five
weeks it had entirely disappeared, taking
with it that terrible srarf which had formed
en the bottoms of my feet and caused me so
ranch trouble. I continued to gather my
Inst strength, and if my memoir serves me
right, at the end of sis weeks I felt entirely
recovered and resumed my work at the shop.
I think I took from fonr to five boxes of tha
pills an 4 have taken none since.
Mr. UcMillen finished his interview with
the reporter by saying that he thought be
felt aa well at present as the avernra man
of bis advanced age, and his daily life shows
It. t His residence on West Washincton Street
' is more than a mile distant from his shop, but
nearly every day in the week he walks the
entire distance, morning and evening, carrying
sjtta bim his dinner fail, aod be could not
Hot Water Heating,
Steam and Gas Fitting,
Copper, Tin and "
Sheet Iron Work.
Cor. Nineteenth street
and Second Avenue.
09 bad and rainy davs be takes a ear, bat be
does not mske a practice of nduic saying that
he feels better when ha wsiks.
lr. McMUlca is naturally a lessmd man.
rat be has no backwardness in talking of
the Saerils of IV. Williams' Fink Pills, and
many people ; hare heatd Lis story of what
they did fur him.
AX AXBirtOCt GUI.
rest fh Arw Era, Ortnutmrf, Ind.
This psper recently received information
that the ten year olJ dauefcler of Mr. VI. fly
bolt, of 1 tarts ville, Ind., bad been cured of
a severe nicer. Tbease seemed more thaa
aa ordinary one, and consequently a special
representative was sent to Investigate.
The Byboks are well-to-do fnrmera living
slmut two miles southwest of Iisrtsville.
When the reporter called 11 r. and lira. l:y.
bolt and their daughter in question, Louise,
were at borne, also the other three children.
Louise is the oldest. She bad been going te
school fvr four years, and was formerly in
very good health, but fur tha past, year sr
niore she has been UL
A year ago the nresetit winter H was not iced
that she was breaking down in health. S For a
time the cause could not be ascertained, but it
was unaiiy aeciaro. tnnt it was from over-study.
It has al wars been the ambition nf Lorain tn
educate herself as aooa aa possible, for aba
was anxious is gTaauate irora tne common
branches early, and to enter a eollegeof mutie,
which her parents promised she could do aa
soon as ahe should finish the common branches.
How many children by diligent study to
achieve their ambitions are injuring; their
health. It was so in this cose. Tha child
studied liard all dty and often fcr into the
mgut, ana naa won tne respect and admira
tion of her teacher and of all the school by
arr aptness, ana rapia learning.
For soma time Loniaa iTwHmrl an fn
disposition which she would pot make known
to her parents, for fear thev wonld have her
remain from achooL Her headache soon be
came unendurable, and was noticed by her
teacher. She had by this Urns grown pale and
One dav she became sudJenlv airV at apcn.il-
and was taken home. s
For several weeks ahe suffered fVem'n ftr
and the physicians could not rally her. A
neighbor nrged then to try Dr. Williome
Pink Pills for Pale People, which they finally
did with splendid results. Louise began ret
ting better at once, and by the time she Lad
sontrnmed ten boxes of tbe pills she was cured.
"What von have written ia true, said
Mrs. EybolU I dont think Louise would
hare recover sd had it notlbeen for Dr. Wil
liams Pink Pills for Pale People. Ehe is
fn perfect health to-day, and all to re-enter
Wa are usins these tiTTTi in rmr Mt
when we need medicine, and find that tly
do mors food thaa doctor's medicines, and
they are not nearly as expensive. I would
ne k,im in recommend them to any ens wbe
is sick, and can especially recommend tUeas
in any ease similar to Lnuiee'a."
An analysis of Or. Williams' rink Pills for
Pale People shows that they contain, in a con
densed (urra all the elements necessary to give
new lite and richneae to tbe blood and restore
nattered nerves. They are aa unfailing spe
cific for such diseases as locomotor ataxia par
tial paralysis, Kt. Y it iuV dance, sciatica, neural
gia, rheumatism, nervous headache, tbe after
electa of la grippe, palpitation of the heart,
pale and willow complexions, all forms of
weakness either in male or female, and all
diseases reralting from vitiated humors in ths
blood. Pink Pills sre sold by all dealers, or
will be sent post paid on receipt of price, 50
cents a box. or six boxes for F2-60 (tbey are
never sold in bulk or by the 100) by ad-lress-inr
Ir. Williamt Medicine Company. Ecba