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THEABGrS, SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1808.
! A.YOUNG LADY'S WUUil Mill
as 1 0 ver-ambiiioos and Yer.i Beyssd Ksr Strength.
Constant Pais sail ESisery
From tte Democrat, S!uVjyi iU',Ind.
' In'one'of the main stm-fi of Shr )tyville I t!i pil's. The first 3wa helped her, and
Indiana, resides Mrs. limily Edwarlg and; alter (be fir- liox haj heen taken, she nu
he seventeen year oM drrjirtiter, Cora. The 1 a dlflTireiit irL Sue continued with this
yotn lady is one of the charmin!; mi ws of ; medic ine cii't when she Iind taken eight
th city, she bring known lor tier beauty, I uortes a complete cure had been etlected.
and perfect health. j he is n w Mi-oncer, cnn eut more, sleeps
"Although enjoj-ini? pood health now," j letter, and w- blis more than she did before,
aid her mother to a rermnerrtremly, "i-iie ; ."lie; was tu!;rn sielc. I am euro too maeli
has not always been so fortunate. 1 surnose ' rannot. be nbottt Dr. Williams' Pink
Com, until two years siro last Mareh was as ' l'ills for T-io Pcojile in h"r rase, as they
healthy and utronif as any pirl of lurae. uncloulifdl? san-l ut life. We hare re
rine was atten'linj? school and was ftmlj inrj commended thwn to a numlier of puflerers."
hart. Perhaps she was too studious, f.rwe! 'ih? joitnsr lady, s:iiil a word of approval,
notieed that the healthy cri!r in licrehfck was aid that she iVjt ery rrattl'itl fir the bene
rapidiy dwtppearini,', ntid s'.i" Itr-oniHi lit ren-ived through Ilr. Williams 1'ink
Bale and sallow. Imrlc. swollen rirel'-s fn. 1 Pills fir I'.ile lVor.!c. "I acree with my
ran to appear unoer her eyr, nan rite ratiioiy (
beeame wor-e. We wi re living in KmoVliii,
In liana, at the time, and t.'ora wool I have
trad anted that fc-prine. Hie stopped att'-nd-
intr sehoul and -nd-avor"l to ?i t a rt, but
her health kept fuilimr. JI r lid color
less, and Impure. Mie would al-o have tiick
Leadarh, cotild se.ire.ly rat or sin . and
was almost continually in pain. NmUti?
whi'h we did for her n-eiiiedtodonnT pood.
" lliflerent pliyiieiiirn treat"! mid pr.-.
serilied for her, but (.he ki pi trr-ttinir worse,
hhe had formerly weighed -tt pound", b:;t
during her illneis her weight Ind (Irtimllid
down to "9 pounds. We le-.rnn to think
there was nothing we cotild i1 for hi r b"iie
fit, when I happened to imliv an i-rlw lu in
a paper regardini; the merits of Ir. Williams'
1'iuk Pills for Palo 1'eople. I lliou-ht that
If there was ever a pale p"ri,n it .-:ti cer
tainly Cora, ro I decided to buy a 1t. of
the pills and let lu r try l!ie:u. It w is the
first of last MnTwhnn she b'-rm. and n nr
toe middle of June when the stopo.-! uu
112-114 We.t Seventeenth Street, Rock Islur.d
1'i.tatoof Kllaln-ib A. Howr.iau. (liM't-aV,.
culor of i hi? lai will and t fNtafncrtt of I i a
IttMb A. 1iiMitiiin 1 iti ir ilu1 f'tin:i!v IvMck
Isltmrt. rti ate f IMinois. ileriiM-il hfrrhy k'lvn
notice th:it hi will upprar tirtoie flur fut;ii;v
court of Korlc Ilaml ennntv. at tin I'lnnit y
roiirt room. In Mir vit of Kork I-laml. at tin?
July term. n the first Mouttav in J'l.y tix'.
at blcb timi' all jM-nMiih:ivinir rluims aualiist
naf! rotate arc iiotmwl antl rrtiitsif to at
tfiiiK for tbu pur.poo ol ha itik' the satin: ad
J list rd.
All pToriH liniflHt'il to . till i slatc aro rc
riiifsffHi io make .tumcuiate ptjnant to the
I-h.tcU t!iN fl;iv of April. A. 1 Ml.
C. IVmm.. Kxucutur.
A Jiutultt rutor'n Noi.cc.
Ksttite iff Stlhl;i i;katnb:irii. ilt'cea-ed
Tbr tinilerl;'nit1 havinit Ihttj ap,Hinlt-l atl
mini4traitr f the estate of Sophia sifM-nha-irn.
Iiifr if th tnim v of K'iK'k Nitml. Mate
of lllthoK ilerriisif 1 lirrcliy rivt ho'.K't that
h mill appear lftirc I hi roimty rourt
KiM'k lJaiui 'outnv. at tbt rountv .ouri ron?i.
In ttn rity itf 1NhU Mam!, at :ht June tt-rtti.
on Ihr tlrsi ; i t ,i v in Jum n'.t. at w hirli
titfo utl pt-un having' t'iamiH aa;risi s.mi
rt iiTt urr koitiicit ami ropicsit'il lo a:tiil.
fir thu puriHist of huviau tho :;iut laijattil.
All n-rsoi.- t?ii!rit.'tl to saitl v a! are ni
qiHteii to make imuu-iliate paymenl lo tte
intcrt this Villi f April. A. !) lsv
IlKMtr liiotMitN. Adu.iriMirator
Wll LlaM U t.i'iKH.m. Atlurury.
TBI MOST BBAl'Tirrt. OF Tilt FAIR SKX
re as liabl w Ui ngll.ei fptcimen if u
intnltj tosuccomO to the rrw,- of Intlaeritacr
Isicrtepr. i, It U the ttirvrt Cawen tbat moop
atxldlelrst. We mond the l!rm. Lntr Md In
com I r J. Already It is e mlcif (Is ttot'tn by
the thoumJ Kr out wi'. As t tne pat
It will soon crus 1 jnr iliroutanid. Wo ftr wi Ti
yon and tell nu bo to b. i pr.iinre u r ik
Dontwsit nrtti oa hsv been stucVee, but b
prciHired for the whn be stuck yv.
Bend tmp for onr w p.-ebt-o whirh Kie fall
trea'aieit, t)iDpto.-ns etc We (raarji'ce lr.
Kt' Lnnic Usltn tuba eeru.n, ifo si d
speedy core for 'amtppe r.d every slntl or com h.
Mtn Nellie Pcooycr, V.S6 ijiulh Tenth suxtt,
IUtsowJ yentl)r. K) Li-bs h'm for a
severe ei-e cf lsriie. My lanes were eerv
sore, ud in tkDK the Ur. Key's Luri; Balm I
fonnd it vppd any desire io eouL'h at ner.
The lorenrrs on my men and in toy head son
d'sippeared It l pleasant to laae ai d otstit
Caere rlrkntse at the stoenach like mary other
eoufh rem-dits, yet It cores quieter ttaa aay I
AleoKre J. F. Wohlfarth. pastor F:rl M. K.
churrb, I rbane, 111. "I am glad to record tbe
fact tlst ! than one box it yosr lr. K
Lonf Balm cured me of an aa f il coujh. It is a
lemarkahle remedy. "
It is sold y dmi:?!tor tent br ns bv mall for
SS rents. lu'l uke anv rnrwtttuie, for tt has no
equal. Aedrees ur. tt, 4 Kay rdmi comiMr.y,
Omaha, Neb. We alro irnuantce lr Ksy'a Kn
ovaior to bethe beet reuMcdy known fur drtpep
ata, ronstlpatlun and vv trouble. A ieifict
novalor. Bend for bock.
PBEP&R1K8 FOB SRADUATIOH.
ki Critical Condition.
in .hT. fai l she, "that I would not be liv
in to-di:y had I not i:"-d tliee pills."
To h-ave ro iloubt rs to the trnthfnlne!
of her tory ilrv. K-.i wards cheerlully made
the followiu-r I'.'I:; vit :
evyii.l.R, Tsn., May 1.1, 1SH7.
Tl:) is to f i riii'y viiat th" alxve etory eoif
pi ri:iii' l!i" il!:i""N and Ftibspquent neovery
o!' :;:v ih.UL iit":-, 'i't;i, is nn e2 't ard truth
lal ie;-; i -en;aiion if i!.i; fit1 in her ease.
Mi:s. Kmily Edwards.
Stttlkyvsm i:, Im., May 13, 1SV7.
?iitiM r!l"-l and fworu to btl'ore lue this
lJ!h day o May, l:i".
I.. r.Y, Xvfnni Pi'llie.
Th. Willinms' l ink Pills f.r Puie People
cmlain u!l the eleini nts nvi'i'ssnry to i;ive
ii' iv 1 ; f. .-:;d tichn'3 to the blood ami re
siiatur"! nirv. They are Fold in
l .,x ciever in bne firm, by the dozu or
hiirdr- '!) at TA ei'ri:.'i a box or si- hexes for
a:i'l n;n.7 l.c Ji.:d of r!l iirii'"-!sts or
ii'u 'ly by M id from I'r. Willif.njs' lied.
CiiiC Cci!ji;ii.::y, iicheuoetaJy, Ji. Y. f,
NctUin i.s prod octivo tf rmro
prt-icrif Vioni nothing is better lil
ted to tlil t!io hutaan BTgtem with
poibcn, tLr.c a ltuVino; gf.s pi. No
poison iuqqika eo puIc.onoD.ias ilium
isMing gas. Qiite frcqaently tho
pipo m-euB only a little tickering to
stop ?.Lo leak, but that tlubcring
ahuijld Lo douo by ono who thcr
rcj;Jilj uctlcrstaDiJi hi3 besiccts
We think we thoroughly undc-r-bttind
our business, end thould b3
plcBse-l to do anything for yoa iu tho
plumbirg line, at afy timo.
for u (fcntrotis
Contains uo cocainp,
mercury lior any
other injurious dru?.
It Is quickly Ab-
sfirrM.d. tiives Ut- hv
Ih f at tm-p. It PHI n llu M C A n
opens hud cleanses VUU ' huw
tho Ntital l'assages. Allays inflammation.
Henls and lrotects the Membrane, lie
stores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Full
SUb 50c; Trial Size 10c at Druggist or by
ELY B HOTUK H3. M W: ft a Stive, H t w ork
Tn E J 7 ha C LITM
DJ?. L'. C. VJCST'o
KERVE AKDaBRJilN TBEATKEBT
THE OKIGlflAL. ALL OTHERS IKITAT10HS,
Isroldnrirli'T potifivo 1,"rlttrn JJnarnntc?,
lvnotiiori:ri1 nert rnlj-, t- cur ealt memory.
lUonv! WakV-t'Jn.?. l-'un, Oreria, ri
ness. iunt bosses, hvil I tc.iicm. J-".ck of Cimti
d tie.Nervoures. nil Uraita, Yotklh.
tul Krrors, or Kice's-ivo L of iV.baceo.Opmm,
or IjiiU'T. whirn leaia t j iliiery. (.'uusaaiptinn,
Inroni'y and lv.iih. At !ro or by mniL ft a
boi: six fir$T: with written trttRrwnteo to
rnre ur rrfisnrl luorry. f:ia:ple raoU
oge, cor.taioina; tiro dava' treatment, vith full
inctructioLS, i j ztmn. O:-0 re.n.pla otly Buii to
ccrh person. At store or ty muiL .
libc! Special jfS
LgijzA Extra Sirer.gth.
"tt LSt r. -"OOU. v. d
. . t i
J. Kirs, roartb Avcat a Drag 8Ur., sole
uU Kock Icliiiu, 1!1.
ltlil,Loa of S.xual roor in vi; hr mi, cnlu.
gai aaie bj A i. ticisa, crtgtsU hock Ulana
lleaSiii is Weallh.
ZSJ- Ji-Wi t a box; six for f;, wiih,N'
Cj.yf'l written euujantce'ttijJ.V
BATTLE IS IMMINENT
World's Eyes Are at This Time
Fixed on Commodore Dew
FIGHT IS MOilESTARTTiY EXPECTED
Betvreea the United States and Span
ish Ships ia Manila
One Teasels Sighted by the Philippine Isl
anders Manila Declared Impregnable
by a Spanish Kilitor Principal Event of
Yesterday Was the Sailing of the Spanish
Warships from the Cape Terde Islanda
and Portugal's Iec'axation of Neutrality
Two Other Sensations Prove Fakes.
New York, April 30. 2:47 a. m. The
American liner T'aris has Just been
sighted east of Fire island.
London, April 20. The Daily Mail
hears from Singapore that a naval
battle is momentarily expected ia
Hung Konp, April CO. It is reported
from Manila that the American squad
ron has been sighted oT Colinao, north
of Manila, but that the weather was
too stormy for the lleet to communicate
with the insurgents.
Madrid. April SO. The Voz Espar.ola,
of Manila, describes 'the port of Manila
USITED ETATE3 1LAGSH1P BALTIM0BK.
'as Impregnable. It says that Eix other
principal ports in the Philippines bristle
with guns, chiefly cf Krupp's make. "
London, April 20 The Daily Mail this
moraine gavs: "Trc have rsrivate Infor
mation that the strength of Manila ad
Havana is much underrated, and that
no bombardment can te attempted by
the American commanders with much
chance cf success. The entrance to
Manila bay is mined and ten-inch guns
have been mounted."
London. April 30. The Daily Tele
graph's Hor.g Kongr correspondent says
the insurgent chief Aguinaldo Is pre
paring to make a doscent near Manila.
His supporters are plentifully supplied
with arms and ammunition from the
WaFhinpcton, April SO. Yesterday
wa3 a day of alarming rumors, running
all the way from the blowing up of a
big monitor to the detection and pun
iilimrnt of traitors, but fortunately all
of them turned out on inquiry to be
without foundation. Actual events of
importance were few in number. The
neKS of the day of most interest was
the departure frc.m Cape Verde of the
Spanish fleet, the stay or which at St.
Vincent has been a source of anxiety
on the f art i.f the officials here, be
cause it seemed to indicate that the
sympathy of IVrtUKal f ir tpiin might
lead her to wink at a violation of neu
trality lav.B in favor of Spain. Late in
the afternoon a cablegram came to the
state department from Cane Verde,
bearing no si.c,natiue, announcing that
four baitltships and three torpedo boats
had started r.nith, and some of Ihe
tivrrvcrts for Cuca., s-.nd that the north
cm Ikct rctBir.id shortly, having boon
Little News from the Fleets.
Captain Kami son sent a telegram rel
ative lo the tiring at theMatanzas forts.
l-ut it was disappointingly lacking iu
d -tall, but the few words contained la
the dispatch went to cuiiiiini the of
ficial vie that the affair was nothing
more than a naval rcconnoisance. No
news ame front Admiral Dewey's
squadron now i n its way to the Philip-
! i-ucs to do battle with the Spanish
fl -ct. One otlicer pointed out that if
Admiral le;vcy succeeded In defeating
tVte Ppanirh lloet the Spanish officials
1'0 control the cable connecting the
Island with the rest of the world In ail
I.rnlwbility will suppress the news or
distort the fat tn into a Spanish victory.
riesutning that the admiral is bound
directly for Manila, the calculation made
at the navy depattmcnt shows he ar
rived there "about 2 o'clock this moru
ir.r, Manila time, which is about twelve
hours earlier than our own.
Mobilization of the Volunteers.
The pressure continues unabated on
the war departmer t for changes in the
plans ulrealy announced as to mobiliaa
tion of the volunteer trcops. and very
much acainst its will and judgment the
d . prtitme-nt is making some concessions
35 Years Ex
perience. Dr. Gon-Naugfiton,
H 403 Brady St, Davtnport, Iowa.
EASES MEN AND WOMEN
MEDICAL JOURNAL FREE.
How to ret welL Ho to keep
well. Consultation fro a 0 o'clock
a m. to 5 o'clock p m. Sundays
from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m- Telepbone
"in thS ma'terV" A large number of call
ers are bringing forward candidates for
the many plums within the gift of th
president and Secretary Alger In tba
shape of appointments to grades above
regimentil in the army, deneral Lee
and General Dodge spent a good part
cf the day in conference with officials.
giving color to the reports that they
are among these selected for appoint
ment as major generals.
- - The landing Plare in Cuba.
The announcement that the State cf
Texas, laden with supplies for the re-
concentrados. Is destined for Sagua has
led to the s jrmise that it is probably
this port instead of Matanzas whica
has been selected for the landing place
of the first attack of the United States
KEt'TRAlITr OF POXTrOAt. '
One Point ThU Nation I Persistent In
Washington, April SO. The neutrality
of . Portugal, is announced at" Lisbon,
Viscount Pe Santo Thyrco, the Portu
guese minister, looked over the cable
dispatch from Lisbon giving the sub
stsr.ee of the neutrality decree gazetted
th-?re and said It was evidentlyaccurate
tnd covered ths entire subject Ha had
riot, however, ht to a late hour yester
dcy recelveiJ ZX official notilicatiun of
the neutrality decree. The viscount says
that article 3. which permits belliger
e ts to make a short stop at Portu
,Tit?se ports, probably v.iil be better un
derstood by iying that belligerents
will not be permitted to make lengstays
p.t Portuguese ports. Under the usual
rules of international law the stay is
likely to be confined to a day or two. In
this connection the minister drew at
tention to the privileges permitted
w-fcen warships cf both belligerent na
tions are in the same pert.
In that cas.?, if the warship cf one
power leave port the warship cf the
ether power cannot leave in pursuit
within twenty-four hours, that much
time being allowed the ship first de
parting to go on her way without mo
lestation. Portugal has been very In
sistent upon this particular rule, and a
notable instance of it occurred when
the famous Confederate privateer Ala
bama was at Lisbon during the civil
war. A Us'.ted States ship entered Lis
twn harbor while the Alabama was
there, and the Alabama immediately
withdrew. The United States ehip ap
parently started in pursuit, whereupon
the Portuguese batteries fired warning
rair.s sr.d were pi r pared to me.ke armed
resistance to the departure of the sec
ond warship before the first cne had
her full twenty-four hours' start.
II turned out that the United States
Fhip had not intended to chase the Ala
lama, but was moving her buoys; so
trouble was avtttcd. This same rule
allowing tweny-f.iur hours' start to the
worship of cither country will again be
observed In the rresont ccr.flit t between
the Ur.it -id States and Spi:i.'
The leput'.lc cf Ilaytl Is expected to
maintain stric t neutrality as tttwecn
the United States and Spain, and it 1?
said that reports cf exceptional privi
leges civ.-r to the United States war
shii ? m Ilaytlnr waters are erroneous
The llaytlan minister. Itcgare. had r.o.
ticcd the ruMishedl quotations from th?
treaty between th? United Statss B.r.i
Hayt: which. It was asserted, gave ex
ceptional privileges to the United States
:r. that cur warsl.jp? were given th?
ri?"r.t tr take r-al and supplies ir. Hay
tiar. rr'i'ts The minister made a care'
ful examination cf h'.s official tcr.t :i
the treaty and was unab'; to locate
cr.y such csccpt'.ena! privileges. Ar.y
privll'gj enVyoS by the ship? of on
country will be equally open to thess
cf the other country. Lepare said.
Sapping In Loudon.
One of tho erroneous impressions that
Americans have before tbey try shop
ping iu Lou don is that things are re
marknbly cheap thcro, aud when they
are set right Ly actual experience with
the fasb.ior.ihi3 dressmakers aud Labor
dashers they set a second mistaken idea
tbat English tradesmen are estraordi
iiarily uucivil. This ull arises from the
different customs tbat govern retail
busiuestsin the two countries. In Aruer
ica we pay cash for goods or settle our
accounts monthly. In England, how
ever, accounts nro supposed to be ren
dered quarterly, aarl is has frequently
happened that becaeso some patrons
have a social prominence that gives their
trade value as an advertisement the
shopkeeper has allcwcl their accounts
to run fur three and four years. Other
patrons have demanded the same privi
leges and Lave abused them, and the ro
suit is that to compensate fur interest on
money owiug by solvent debtors aud for
the sums lost through those who never
pay tho tradesman charges a goodly
profit on all Lis goods, aud the prices
are accordingly high. On the of er
hand, American women shopping abrou-
seem to be bargain mad, and their ef
forts to beat down prices inspire tbe
tradesman with much the same feeling
that a well trained butler experiences
when Lis nouveau ricbo master econo
mizes on his wines. In fact looking for
bargains in Bond street is folly. San
Here is a new light cn the character
of Lord Eyron. Tbe quotation is from a
letter by John Murray:
"Lord Eyron is o curious man. lie
gave tnc, as I tol l you, the copyright of
Lis new poems, to be printed only in
bis works. I did not receive tbe last
outil Tuesday tiight I was 60 delighted
with it that even as I read I sent him a
draft for 1,000 guineas. The two poems
are altogether no more than 1,200 and
1.000 lines and will together sell for
5s. 6d. Ect be returned the draft say
ing that it was very liberal much more
than they were worth ; that I was per
fectly welcome to both poems to print
in bis (collected) works without cost or
expectation, bnt that be did not think
them equal to what they ought to be,
and that be would not admit of their
"I went yesterday, and he was rally
ing me upon my folly iu offering so
much and tbat he dared to say I
thought now I Lad a most lucky escape.
" 'To prove Low much I think so,
my lord, ' said L 'do me tba favor to ac
cept this pocketbook,' in which I Lad
brought with me the draft changed in
to two bank notes of 1,000 and 50,
bat ho wosld out take it"
. I know of a rentless yrmns lass.
Who lives in a bon mnd of glass.
And from her kiratioa
Hark each vibration
Of hot and cold waves as they pass.
vTaen best U announced, aha srill sprlns
To ijuiekt mako nolo of the thing.
Tis very surj'rtsing
Thst simply by ri.nni;
Eo true a report she can bring.
To self elevation inclined
biio hn. such a volatile mind
That ia every season
A suitable reason
For frequent depression sho'll find.
Her temper mercurial thus
Creates! everywhere such a fuss
Thnt in conversation
A Heirs of tho nation
Are slichtiil, this maid to discuss.
-Julia M. Cultun in Kew York Christian Ad
vocate. Disraeli's Manner.
I Lave do doubt Disraeli loses friends
by his apparent insouciance and tbe
method in which he walks to Lis pluco
without looking at anybody but I
surmise from my own experience that it
arises from nearsightedness. I perceive
that Lo cannot toll what o'clock it is
without using Lis glass, and somebody
told mo lately that he saw him hailing
a polico van, mistaking it for an omni
bus. His face is often Laggard and Lis
air weury and disappointed, but Le Las
tho brow aud eyes of a poet, which are
always pleasant to look upon.
lie generally say? the right thing at
the right luiunto und in the right way,
and he is lustily cheered, but sitting
among tbe opixisition I Lave aluudaut
reason to note that Lo is not completely
trusted. It U said that young Stanley
and other youngsters of his class believe
in Lnu and that the mau wLo is so taci
turn in parliament is a charming com
panion among Lis familiars and is a
gracious aud genial Lust. Some of Lis
postprandial mots steal out aud, I .should
think, t.mko fatal enemies. Somebody
asked him lately if Lord Robert M. wan
not a stupid ass. "Xo, no," said Ecnjit'
min, "not at all; Lo is a clever atjs."
"My Lifo In Two IleniispLtrcs," Sii
Charles Oavan Duffy.
How Be Shot.
A Texas military company was out
on the range practicing- at rifle shoot
ing. The lieutenant in coniniund sud
denly becamo exasperated at tho poor
shooting, aud seizing a gun from one of
the privates cried sharply :
"I'll show yon fellows how to shoot."
Taking a long aim, and a strong aim,
and an aim altogether, Le fired and
missed. Coolly turning to tho private
who owned the gun, Le said:
"That's tLe way you shoot."
Ho again loaded tho weapon and
missed. Turning to tho second mau in
tbo ranks, Lo remarked:
"That's tho way you shoot"
In this way Lo missed about a dozen
times, illustrating to each soldier Lis
personal iucapucity, and Cually Le acci
dentally Lit tbe target.
"And tbat," Le ejaculated, Lauding
the gun back to tho private, "is the
way I shoot." Los Angeles Express.
Tho cTangtr of u.siag porcelain letters
cn a tottibstono U illu .stratod in a village
cemetery not far from St. Louii TLe
bhe is thin!
The fual "e" Lad been knocked off in
a thunderstorm. St. Lopis Star.
KUNYGN TALKS ABOUT THE
" Wars and plagues," says Professor
Munyon, "kill fewer people than discuses
cf tho kidneys. In health these organ
relieve uio system of all poisonous ma
iei iai bin un
vrine. If dis
eased the poi
son remains in
the LlocJ, ar.J
tii s. piling up
Ltora by utom,
until the sys
tem can r.o
longer resist lis
heart Is poi
fon'J. Its iic
tiun fells and
is poisont-'l and
folio wed by
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Have you been '
a ncavy drlnk
r? Have you
allowe-l a mil
io rrtt! n theso orpars? Have you
overwork". l your Ftomneh. liver, or nerv
ous systcM, ai:J thnv.-n r.iore strain on
your kidneys tlian they can bear? No
matter what the cause, trust our Kidney
Cure. It is the Joint product of the most
eminent and successful phvsiclans of the
world, and hns rtncd thousands of caea.
I will guarantee that my Kidney Cure
will cure per cent, of all forma of
Kidney disease. When the disease Is far
advanced and there are other complica
tions patients had better si-nd a four
ounee vial of their urine, with full symp
toms. ws will then make a careful
analysis of the water, anl advise the
bet course to purrua to get well, ab
solutely ffe of charpe."
Prof. Mnnyon hns a aeparata fpeclflo
for each disease. They may be obtairwd
from druKlsls. and nearly all are 29
ents a via!. Personal letters t Prof.
Munyoti, Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Pa., answered wita free medical advloa
tor any (iiacase.
are the most fatal of all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
i GUARANTEED remedy
di money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physicians
as the best for Kidney and
Price 50c. sod $i (at
told by X r Bahnsts.
'A rtSTSCT FOOD
t r t . t ,-.. r .
Has stood the test of more "haa sao yern' ase aipoof all "
daises, ai :srpcrfty asd hcocrt vk tnh i". trrscqoillr "
Costs less than ONE CENT a Cup.
Trade-Mark on Every Pcckejo.
WALTER BAKER & CO. LTD-'
Established 1 780.
rf-fttrirnrTiTTi - mi 1 1 1 n n m ri it 1 1 1 1 ii.j
CTJK I) ONE which is enough to mste the righteous pro
yX I nd be forgiven, is an old stove that won't draw
when one is in hnrrj for their breakfast. When
yon can bay a superior Etove cr range that is handsome and
osefnl, a good bakor, and of the very best manufacture,
that we sell at tuch low prices why bother with use
less old bilk.
The. Elixir of
Have Yen Got It?
If not, consult
ently located in
Wll) Has Cured
Onr Klvtric Vacatae for
the reatrcert of N.mos
Dm- sjaos, RhsTuaatiflB and
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incur
able by Others.
NEIIVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive Drains, Sleeplessness, Threatened In
sanity, w. sk Memory, Hental Deiosiona, or ail o titer coadjiua do le aerroua exliaastassL. noa.
liieely cured. r
CATARRH, Dyspepsia. Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood,
K idiier. I.irer sod Skin Diseaacs can be qnlckly and permaaentlj cored by oar advanced srsUaa
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
trontha with others when we marsntea yon a permatcnt car la aevea days by oat nalaksaa.
methods, lijdrocele cured la tone dajrs no pain. " - "
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to her sex, should consult at.
We ha e cared many cases tlTra no aa hopeleoa. and wa may b able to core yna. auraical eoatm
tljns performed at yoar home tf dt sired. Abdominal and brain snrfaiy a specially.
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE BEST. The mum-
eroos seknowledemeo's we have received frost the ncarsoapera for oar remarkable cares la
hotb md'cal and ari?icl cases, ts proof tncelasWe that our adnncrd meOmds care waera all
o n-rsfntl. Therefore, di aot wssie time with otiera, bat consalt as at once aaat recaia vow
Ion health. There t a stage In every dtreaae that can be enea. tare son passed thai (tar
anyone proline oar credential! falsa
- v.-.. ..... u. m. j lunrrr, u'ifc
eiHeia!iit oners toa sack a fair DT'lnaltiae.
eicnne and credentials. It yoa raonot call, write. Ilandrw la cared by stall Doers tn M.
I U 1, 7 to . bundays,lla0lolau.
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Savings . Banlx.
Four Per Ceat Paid cm Deposits.
atoMl Loatid oa Peraotval Collateral or Umml Kaiata Ktmnty.
J. W. Bnford. Prlderit,
Joha Crobaeck, Vice Pres'd'nt.
P. a.-eeaawarl. rublw.
Beraa bni'a-ea Jrl. a tsatfi mA ... ' n
ma Waotenm as il fa Dellctoa." .
BAKER & CO.'S
" ' ' DORCHESTER, MASS.
Cor. Nineteenth street
and Second Avenue.
Me is Healti
Dr J E Walsh.
Late of Olcaeo. forsserlf
BorreiDa- hkf of M.
codiuii aw wl onee. rnnnermor are oner vljtaaj at
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