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THE ARGUS, SATUxlDATT, MARCH 11, 18U9.
)"e table Preparatioalbr As
similating UieTood and Regula
ting the 5 tcmnrhs andI3owels of
Opium.? Iorphine nor Mineral.
JUapr of Old OrS-Vfl 'EL FITCHLJl
Arxrfcct Remedy for Constipa
tion. Sour Stoniach.Diarrhoea.
Worms .Convuls ions .Fever i sh
Tac Simile Signature of
tXACT C0P1T OF WRAPPER
Where cheapness ceases to he economy. In the
furniture line above all others this point should
never be reached. Our great stores are stocked
with everything the market affords to be sold at
low prices, but we do not and will not handle
trashy articles to be sold "at a price," as the
Our Spring Stock will be Rich
And if you need little or much you will receive
the same painstaking care at our store. We arc
here to please you, and in so doing please our
sulvos. Watch for announcements of great
Cor Sixteenth Street
OHE TRIAL BOTTLE
This Offer Almost
c II ml
THE MISSES BELL. 78 TiUh
.J! j'?1! ii"a.l-. la Wntify th. rompiMK-n hr. f.ej. ie. thrj not prlae a
J lirr...f at-..Md. IMI.CI P"-Vl. ika.. B,,h rtc!.. wnnklr livrr :-.t,. ruuwhncJ:
1 ,f''' ln-.. nj eruili.n .liKfitr. aoil the ia l-
Ws ' JA- I . "tr'' ,r tell, now a woman ran ra n ant
, - ;V'x V f'" ' .. h..- U. i.r-r.. it. coi.r and
1 VS3 i l ?-Aimk-ar --tll.iir to n.akin. i. vainahl. lo. will b.
The Mit 3 1V11' Cmpleion Tonic.
Pci.ilo arr fjr sale by all druists.
For Infants and Children.
iThe Kind You Have
THtCtdTV COWMMf, Ntwvonn CrTY
and Second Avenue
A a External Toclc Applied t- the
&kia. eaatlf ua it as by Marie.
THE DISCOVERY AGE
Womin wu tte laTcatcr,
uli mcil rt.v a. a b.h .
Mwu, lt( Ibic wrjth rir. to .T who
lr tjatl-r.n fr. tnat t.tti. f lUrtr l ai- C
ftt. 1h.h1. b ..ttfline cnt. in .it.vt.r
t.i ciirr th. cot t lckiBc aii1 d 'livenntf.
:r of iii woxidrrful uaie ia Ldo ilir a
Hereta of Bn j."
3 -r ,, 0
fjVJ' l-or Over
I Thirty Years
e r.-:r new Look
avenue. Xcw York City.
Coiiii.Ieiiou Soap. SUin aud Komi
PREFERS THE FACTORY
Female Expert cn Labcr Cive3
Hsr Vi'.tws to the Indus
EAY STATE W03IE2T AND CEILDKI
Work I'nder Almost Ideal Condition Ac
cordiue to Sirs, .linn-War Utlice Will
Not Interfere with the Tenth luiiuune
Keport of the Clraiu Lett in l-'artnert'
IIand llmry Not To He Relieved lu-
!? lie So Keciur-fttft.
Washlr.Bt&n. March 11 The indus
trial commission had 1 cf re it yesterday
?Jrs. I'ar.ny l:. A:r.cs. who has bun for
seven years a ait cry inspector in lies
ton. She ?atcl thire wi re Vi ry few chi!
cren ur.uer n years r.ow f-mploycd m
the fait'-rics of Masfaci:us.-tts. Th
t hliUrer. were n t ovirwmktd. She sai
s-h" hnJ stuiii.-,! ;!-.,- o.r.'litior.s prevail
ins; in Kur -- .irii was sitifi 1 that th
inti-rtyts if :ii!:!rvn in Atassachuyt-tt
v. tie rr.mh bi-ttrr 1 rovi.Ii-l ft r than in
i.y f' rcisn lutitry. In tun i t an tuue-
irn-s tne i! si- i ; hi. inn iiniilnyt-a was
icwtr, the ura Itir.jti r, ar.ii the ?ani
Jary ciin!;ti ii'.s j i;i;i r. In liastaihu-
:L-tls the hta'th : oiiilitii rs bad greatly
i npr veil tl urir.:; the i-.ift twenty years
:. r.J there was new r.u real rtason for
l'reflers r'ncforir to Iepartment Stores.
She tiiJ in t thir.it that the employment
if women ai:J ehiMnn in f.ntoiits wn-
lor.'Jufive to in ianraiity. ami exprisseil
the I'ljir.iuii th.it i-tnpli.ysm nt in fa ti.-
i les was more ce.-i:a' 1? fur chiMren tha:.
t n-.ploymt't.t in the i!ej ai tr.:ent store:'
I'l-rause the f u ti.ri. i; n ac h ue!i:l
tratl.-. Hi t -rtini; to the r;uistiin f
the thai aiti r if faitcry imnluyis J.Ir
Ames j-aiil fhi thought it ur.;;ciiiri'UE i-i
inen to assume that women in factorii
i;nd rton s sue itmnoral. "Th y are.
X1 r.: rcl'.y cxk i t:ninl:y mora!
of then will bt; found sui
I do not believe there
is a case of dyspep-
eia. mdicestioa or
nv etomach trouble
.that canniit b re-
.S& 3 lipved at once ond
BTirSf permanently cured
by my DYSPEPSIA
At all drusxists.
25c. a vial. Guido
to Health and medi
cal advice free. 1505
Arch street. Phila.
V !t.v s. . y
TO KNOW 3
the Iwst .shatH- shoo for a
woiii:tus loot I
Mrs. Ji-nness Miller. t!ie
eminent Author and I.-etiir-er
n Physical Culture ami
Dress Improvements. le
sijxncil the .shaje for the
shoes which now 1-cur her
She wears them and her
friemls wear tl.em!
They ale auatoinicall v
and liyjiieiiiiMlly perfect!
Softest. liiiel Wearing
ami inost .-!lis!i shoes
We alone hate them.
'.'.Z Second avenue.
They lit the feet as nature j
M inteiilel." H
pcrtmj cerer.oer.t memaers or invir own
tan.i.ies. They are cot always pleasant
in manner, but they are virtuous. These
women have a hard lot in life, but thev
tear it bravely."
Her Opinion of Machinery.
.-virs. Ar.ies expressed thr opinion that
iimin.i.try cad not decreased the
n.auies lor hand labor, but that it h:ni
charged it. Ph.e also said that there had
not Deen any great spread of socialism
nut that a majority of the laliorins peo
ple were satisfied with present condi
tions. peakins of the sweatshons she
said that the ur.snnitarv .-n,1 1 ,
wnicn lormerly prevailed had disap-
jjcttreii ircm Uoston.
WHO'S IVIvi: iimi t Tun m i T-ri-u .
Officer nf t tiA t . . ,
oincer of the Tenth Immune Ilenlea That
i ere i urDuieiiu
w ashir.gton. March 11. Despite re-
peated rumors to the contrary the war
department has no intention of taking
official action in the case of the Tenth
(colored) irnmunes and other regiments
that have been martins trouble in
transit through the south since their
discharge. IR contravention if the storv
tnat a court of inquiry Was to be ap
imi.ieu to inquire into the matter it is
jointed out ly the ollicials of the de
partment that the men who have been
making the trouble are no longer sol
diers of the t'nited States. H.avin."
beni mustend out they are private cit
izens in the fullet FCKSl.
Coinpani -s L) and V. of the Tenth im
mune regiment, arrived lure yesterday
Aiom diai-on oa.. wnere tne men were
mustered out. They were royally re
ceived by the colored citizens of South
Washington. Captain Charles L. Heat
ty. of company r. relative to the asser
t;ons that the men h:;d fired on citizens
and children, denounced them as false
in every particular. One shot was tired
when the train was St'O yards from any
r.at.itatn.n. and this was from a revolv
er fired by a man who was jubilant be
cause he was goir.g home.
(ili.VIN IN FAKMKKS' 11 AMIS.
They Still Hold of Wheat, 30 ; of Corn, 4 1
and Oats 2'J I'er Cent.
Washington. March 11. The depart
ment of agriculture has issued the fol
lowing crop report: The consolidate!
eturns of the various crop-reporting
agencies ui tne aejiartment ot agri-
culluie show the amount of wheat re
tnainmg in funnel s hands on March 1
to have been the equivalent of .1'J.Z per
cent, of last year's nop, or about liJS,-
The corn in farmers hands, as esti
mated, ajreol-s oO.),500.iOJ bushels, or
41.6 per cent, of last year's crop, against
Sl'.SfO.COO bushels, or 41.1 per cent, on
hand on March 1. and l.lCt.OOO.OUC
bushela, or 51.0 per cent., on March 1,
lSi'7. The proportion of the total crof
shipped out ot the county where grown.
is estimated at o.ii per cent., or about
U'J.OOO.COO 1 usluls. Tnepropirtim of th j
total crop merchantable is estimated at
per a nt.
Of oats there are reported to be about
1S3.CO0.0C0 bushels. -r 2S.7 per ci nt.. still
in farmers hands, as 'compared with
27J,001.000 bushels, or 3S.9 per cent, on
March 1. isy?.
leniul of the Latest Fake.
Washington. March 11. It is denied
positively nt the state department that
Hear Admiral Kautz has gone to Sa
moa on the l'hilndelphiu to restore the
status quo existing before the last
emut, to depose Mataafa and restore
Malietoa Tanus. even if force is neces-
Eary to accomplish these objects. It is
said that the admiral has gone to Sa
moa to meet the treaty obligation that
is imposed upon the I'nited States to
send a warrhip there nt least occasion
ally as an evidence of the interest held
ty the United States in the islands.
President foet South Next Monday.
Washington. March 11. Senator Han-
na saw the president yesterday, and
final arrangements were made f ir tha
president's trip to Thomusville. a.
The party will have here at 6 p. m.
Monday. The party will stay at Thomas-
ville a couple of weeks.
Di mpjt W ill Not lie Itelieveil.
Washington, March 11. The state
ment can be repeated on the authority
of the detail olfice of the navy depart
ment that Admiral lewey will not be
relieved at Manila until he chooses to
mako application for such relief. So
far he hnf not given any intimation of
a purpose to apply for relief in the im
miiliab future end from the fw de
claration h;- has let fall the department
has every reason to believe that he dues
r.ot contemplate any such action.
Senator .tones Has Another Attack.
Washington. Mirch 11. Senator
Jones, of Arkansas, who has been ill
for smr time, suffeitd another setback
yesterday. During the afternoon he
was attacked with a paroxysmjneiient
to angina pectoris, which while not so
severe as former ones appeared to be
more stubborn in yielding to treatment.
The physicians, however, succeeded in
relieving their patient and last. night
his condition was reported to be more
;ive the Children a Drink
Called . raiu-O. It is a delicious, ap
petizing, nourishing food drink to
take, the place of cullce. Sold bv all
grocers and liked by all who "have
used it because when proj erly pre
pared it tastes like the finest colTee,
but it is free from all its injurious
properties. (irain-O aids digestion
ami strengthens the nerves. It is not
a stimulant, Imt a health builder, and
children, as well as adults, can drink
it with rreat benefit. Costs about
one-fourth as much as coffee. 15 and
lilvcn Dp by roar Ioctor.
1,.. ,l . . . r. i
Ol-atlT 1MIII, Ullll), All if. -4, lOJ.J.
Mv daughter, after bcinir treated Iv
. - . ... . -
lour doctors, anu oeiu" iriven up for
lost, a neighbor recommended Foley's
Kid nev Cure. Jodavehc is ahie to
walk several miles without fatigue.
I feel we would have lust her if it was
not for your medicine. Respectfully,
M us. J. M. Mai lev.
For frost bites, burns, indolent
sores, eczema, skin ilisease, and
especially piles, Ue Witt's Witch Hazel
halve .stands first and liest. Jok out
for dishonest people w ho try to imi
tate and counterfeit it. It's their
en lors-enient of a good article
Worthless poods are not imitated.
;et DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve.
For sale bv T. II. Thomas, A. J. lieiss
and M. F. Bahnen, druggwta.
D,T -Mn DCif
PULPlT AND PEW.
I There will lw services ill the vari
oils churches tomorrow as follows
Trinity Episcopal, cjrncr of Sixth avenue
ana Auictcetiin trcet. K-v. ic r . Sweet. S. T
!.. rector. Sunday school t f:W a m Mtt
ins and sermon at I0:. a. ra. Ce:eb.a'.ion at 1
m. tveii son;; at . :Jln m.
Trinity Kpiscopal, c jrner of Fourth avenue
and seventh street. Kev. K. F. Sweet. S. T. D
rector. Even soos and huoday school at - 30
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, corner of
Second avenue and Fourieentn street. Rev.
Thomas Mackin, dean and pastor. Mass at S a.
m. and 10:30 a. m. espers at 3 p. m. Sunday
school u !p. DL
I Sacred Heart
Roman Catholic. Twcntv
I eiuhihstreei and Fit tb avenue. Kev. J. K lu-k-
nev. p;wur. M:iss at K ami . :W a. m. Suuday
school at "J p. m. Vespers at 7: 10 11. in
St. Mary CiermanCatnolic. coiner of Fourth
avenue and Twenty-second street. Kev. Ber
nard liaak, pastor. Mass at and 10:30 a. m
Vespers at 3 p. m. Sunday school at -:30 p. m.
German Lutheran, corner of Twentieth
street and Fifth avenue. Kev. C. A. MeunicUe
pastor. Services at 10 a. rr. and 7:40 p ui
Orace l-.ni.-UsQ Luineran. corner of Fortv
fourth street and Sen nt luvenue. Rev. Joseph
c murpuy p;cstor. beruces at lo:4i a. m. aud
. -ai p. in.
Swedish Lutheran, comer of Fourl 'L'ntb
street and Fourth avenue. Kev. :irl K. Sl.itt
pastor. Services at lo a. m. ami 7.:' p m
.suiiiiiiy sonooi at p. in.
Zion Swedish Lutheran 45i'S Severn i ave
nue. Services ui lu:-.i a. m. and s p. m bun
uay scuooi at y:.?u a. m.
beriuan Kvaukielical.- inth street !; veen
Mltu anu sjixiu avenues. Kev. Theo F Krue
ger, pastor: services at 10:3o a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school at '. a m. .
r irst llapust. corner of Third avenue an i
Fifteenth street. Kev. Car lion E. TavK.r. I'u
o., pastor, isorviei-s at Ie:l: :i m. and 7:S1 n
Morniii-'s jl.ie ;t I'he Willing Surrender:'
evenin:.-. sjoloiuon -it h ' Sand iv sjao.il
ats.ua. m.,n J. ooaiu, supennieodeot. It
V . P. U. at 6::w p in Leader. Miss Ma-:ri
,Mt.ie: torie. l-eliowstiip m Chrisiiaii Serv
ice Junior cnioii ut -::iu p. ni.
Free Swedisn mission, corner of F3ever.th
street and Fifth avenue. Sunday school at 2
p. m. i-rayer meeting i uuruay at s p. m.
ijnanuei nantist. 4, Fortv-fourtn street
Kev. c . u Oourua. pastn.-. I'reaeli qg at
.9 p. in. S.UIKI.IV soliool 1.13 u. m. 11. V. 1.
U. at (3 p. m.
Second Haptlst. Tenth si reel an4 Sixth ave
nue, Kev. lv i. ason. pastor: servi-es at. 1
a. ni. und 7:30 p. m. Sundav school at -J.:: i o in
Sivedish Haptist, corner til T wentv-nrsi street
ana rutu avenue. 1 roa'-'itng ill 1 i u. tu
and T:.ip. in. bv Rev. K. Ifosiu.irU.
First Methodist, cornerot rutu avenue anil
nineteenth street, Kev. CO. Mo:tilioi:'i. pis
tor. Services at 10:-I5 a. re. and !::! i. m
ii tt-riy meeting service in niorniii - , on
ilueieii by Presiding Kl :er Fi-i. -ell -: ni-.'aeli
ing in evi-iung liv iiastor. siibit-e:. "&,-,-Uiii!j
mil b lading. " Suudav si)iool hi i:'Mt a. m. .Iiintor
League at i:S0 p. m. tpwuri !i League at ti::ti
ucrinan aictnoaist. corner or sixth avenue
and rourteenth street. Kev. F. I, l.hrout
pjislor: services at iu:4n a. m. n:ul 7:.to n. m.
.sumiay seuool at l':i.- a. in.. .1. J . Ilelg, super
intendent Kpwot'lh Lvagae at, 7. Junior
League at S i. m.
African Methodist, Fourteenth street and
Fourth avenue. Kev. C. 11 Thomas, pastor.
Services at I0.:0 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Sundav
school at i.::iu p. m.
nroadway rTestiytenan, corner ofTwentv
third street and Seventh avenue. Rev. W. S
Marquis, pastor. Services at 10:4i a. m. nnil
::j i). m. Morning suiiject. rnitii as the
Foundation of i t'or Virtues:" evening. The
New r ri U-fore Christ ian .merica." Sunday
hoot at H:30 a. m. koung people s meetiug
at : l p. rr;.
Central Presbvtertan. Second avenue, be
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets. Rev.
Ira W. Allen, Jr., pastor. 1 'reaching at 10:l.i
mil :.i ii. in. Sundav school at Ha ia. m
Young people s meeting at 'i: t-'i p m
United rveshytei Ian. Tnlra avenue anil Four
teenth slreer. Kev. 1. 1 McNary. pastor.
Preaching at i':1S a. m. and 7::: p. m Mor.iing
subject, lioi s Wav of Cotiiaiendiu:.' Hi-
Love:" evi?n in g. " Christian I'rieudsliip. " Young
people's meeting at 0:l"i p lu. Sunday school
at U:: ;c lit.
Aiken Street Charcl. Presbvtenan. South
Rock Island, Kev. I. W. Allen. Jr.. piistiir: Sun
day school at 3 p. m. Christian Kndcavor
rreetiug at 4 p. m. Services every Tuesday at
: p. m.
South Park Chapel, Presbyterian. I In sirect
anu Fifteenth avenue, Kev. vv. S. Marquis,
pastor: Sunday school at S:'M p. m.
Memorial cunsiian. Kev. 1. w. tirarton. pal
lor. Serviees at I-:IS a. in. bud 7:: p. m.
Morieng siiiijeet : "llie Sih'iiee ot .lesiis: ev
ening. "The Kingdom oi Heaven. ' tMinday
school at Si:t-" a in. Y. 1". S. C. K. at 6:15 p. in.
Twenty-nmtn Street sun lay Schom.Curia-
tlan, seventh avenue and Twenty-ninth street
Kev. T. W. llralton, pastor. Sunday school at
::io p. in. ChancjS. vvankr'iu. superintendent:
Miss Etta Tanner, secretary, l'rayer meeting
v eilnesiiav evening at ,:!.-.
Salvation Army HarracKs, lnrj Second ate-
enue. services as follows: Knee anu at a
m., holiness meeting at 10:30 a. m., christians
meeting at 3 p. m., salvation meeting at 7:30
First Church of Christ, Scientist. Twenty
third street between Seteuth and Ninth ave
nues. Services at I0:1S a. in. and 7:3o p. m.
Subject: Matter.'- Sunday school lojows
the morning tervice. Wedm:sday evening
meeting at :.M. lteading rioms open every ui
ternoon. except Suud y. from 2 to 1
V. M. C. A. lluilding. cornerot Third avenue
and Nineteenth street. Services at 3:io p. m.
Still More Counterfeiting.
1 be Secret Service has inearthed another
band of counterfeiters and sfcureil a large
quantity of iiciv'.is bills, which arc mi cleverly
executed that the average person would ikvit
suspect them Of being spuiious. Things of
great value are uway. selected by ci.:u,tcr
feiteri for imitation, nolaldv lh: t i-lei.r ited
Hosteller's Stoinai-h Hitters, which has many
imitators but luminals for indigestion. d.vspee
sia, cotistipaiioD. icrvousiiess mid general de
bility. The Hitters seis things righ-. in the
stomach, and when the stomach is in good
Older it makes good Mood and plenty of it. In
this manner the Hitters get at 'he seat or
strength and vitality, and restore Igor to the
weak mid debilitated, l'cware of couute.
feits w lieu buying.
ft. tii The Kind Vuu Haw Always Bought
Isa A Sick Headache
Keiidet s one totally uu-
5 til f"1' ''" vocation of
tb life, and is usually re- JfJ
lieved only afte r rest :tul
abamloiimeiit of all ac-
Quiet the A'erves
and ejualic the circii-
lation. J hey cure all K
headaches and neural-
ia. nothincr else, but --
that in 20 minutes. v!k
Why This Method of
a Craze with the People.
USED FOR YEARS
An Explanation of
It is astonisliins fo w wli.it a 1 rr-inendniis IiaM tliif now rm7f for lvmodii-s.
whii li :ir, mlvcrtised t cute bv inlialat ion, h:.s upon t he pmeral p:ibl u: li is
f-stimated that over four million people :;re to l:iv u: inil I lieso t n .i; m.-i:; .-- i n t l:o
rnltctl States alone, and thei are niie-iliinl of them, ;U lea.-l, w h cum..; ex:
why. They simply know that almost every ndvertisirtr c:il;iirli spcciabsl :::id
iliM-tor in the country have all at once thrown aside the t nv.t tiu-nts and ciur
which they have claimed so much for during; the past ten years, anil arc n.-v. . ,
vocatmg a new ne. That is enough evidence to t hem that some new and wonder
ful discovery has Ixvn made in the method of m -atinjr catarrh, bnuwliitis, pnoii
monia and coiiymupt ion, and fhis is true. It cuix's by inhalation; this, nan I.
they see and hear on'ivery side, but what it is that cuivs by inhalation, they a:v
entirely itrnorant of. W'e'hope that the following explanation "ill U n-ad liyevei v
sufferef of thes diseases in the country, arf it will save them a great ileal of money
ami perhaps their life.
The word" Inhalation" does not mean a medicine or cure, but :i melhoi! by
which the enn' is carried to the diseased iarts. It has N-en known for years that
the only way by which diseases of the h -spiral ory orians could be reached wa ;
tlirougirthe iiir "we breathe, and drv air at that; as "moist s-prnys, vapors, alomi 'ei':
or douches are not allowed bv nature to
no drv air germicide had then Ix-en found, all efforts to cure by inhalation iaiied;
even now, t lit; out; cause of t he success of a cure by "inhalation is duo to t lie il is
covery of a perfictlyclryairprmicidi-calletl "I lyoniei." Thisgermi.Mde has l"ov in
to Ik- one which can Ih carried to the reiuop-st iarts l the head, t hro.il and lioig:-
in the air we bn-athe, (the onlv method
once the bacilli of all respiratory diseases. There is hut-one such known, and
cerv ounce of tins is owned and coin
other manufacturer r advi'itismg doctor
which cure.tbif "Inhalation." Thi rr is wo other ttry air ijeriuicuh', which can Ik
inhaled. Most vapors may be taken into the month and exhaled I hrough t lie
nose, as thev always have liecu, but cannot lie drawn into t he bronichal t tibes and
lungs by iiihalati.iii . Knowing llus, why ex'iime!it with old inhalers and old
remedies, when the one which has broutilit about this craze bv its wonderful cures
can be obtained at vour druggists. Not
livery I Jottlc of Hyomci ? ClLittrtintwttci.
Trices: Trial Outfit, 'Joe.; Kegnlar hit lit, fl.X) : Kxti-.i Unities, ".iXr. Ilyomei
Ii.llm, U5c. Ilyomei Ouariiiit-ed hyspepsia Curi-, 50e. All druggists or sent by
mail. Send foi Free Folder and Sto'ry of Ilyomei.
THK 1?. T. KOOTI1 CO., Auditorium litiildinr. Chicago.
Beltox, Mo., July 27.
For years I suffered terrible pains every
month and my doctor told mo I could not
be cured except by an operation. I felt I
could not tsubmit to that iwid was so des
pondent I had given up ail hopes 01 u cure.
My husband insisted on my trying Wine of
Cardui and at last thank God I aid try it.
Lust month 1 did not hnve a pain- and did
all my work, which I had not done la beveu
MRS. MINNIE LITTLE.
Modesty is the crownincr virtue of American women. It is the t"2it
that all mankind admires. A modest woman is the most pleasing f all
created things. Because of this becoming viituc thousands f women
prefrr to suffer untold miseries rather than confide tluir troubles to a
physician, and to even think of submitting- V an examination is revolt
ing:. They can't get their own consent to 41 operation. Wine of Cirdui
permits sensitive women to retain their moJeMv. With it they can cure
" female troubles" in the quiet of tln-ir own r ms. If special treatment
is required they can write to tlu Advisory Department of the Chatta
nooga Medicine Co., and thiir letters will be promptly answered by
women trained in the cure of
lAOIES' AOVISORT DEPARTMENT.
For ad vice In rasi. rfiuirfnj sv-HpI
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Key West, Havana, Nassau, Santiago, San Juan,
and all West India ports. 24 hours
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J. M. Buford. president.
JoLn Cmbautrl:, Vice frealdect.
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womanly weaknesses and irregu
larities. There should be no hesita
tion. Delayed treatment means a
chronic condition. The longer
postponed the harder to cure.
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