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Sickness Driven F
by Paine's Gel
Women, mothers of families, have no
more right to live beyond their strength
than beyond their income.
The greatest injustice that women do
themselves and their children is in put?
ting olT izetting well. Headaches, ner?
vousness, dyspepsia anil melancholia lay
their leaden fingers ov^r the whole house?
Paine's celery compound lias driven
sickness and gloom from innumerable
homes, where some loved member was
the source of continual anxiety and even
despair. Theconstautly repeated successes
cf this great invigcrater iu making peo?
ple well have roused many persons who
thought themselves destined unredeem?
able to lives of imperfect health to try
Paine's celery compound.
\ No one can read the follow'nir letter
' without being inspired with confidence in
this great remedy:
659 Eini street, Buffalo, N. Y., July 28.
Aoout eight, years ago, after the birth
of a child, I suffered terribly. I could
not get help from over a dozen physicians
to whom I applied, and after receiving
treatment from the last doctor continu?
ally for nine months, was pronounced
cured and continued so until the birth of
another chiltl, when I was obliged to
commence doctoring again, although all
imaginable treatments had been resorted
to without one particle of reli?f.
I was subject to neuralgic troubles and
sl'gbtly rheumatic, and I became dis
couniKed ami melancholy, feeling that I
should never again be a well woman.
TIME DRAWING NEAR.
San Francisco, Dec. 10.?The papers in
the Durrant case have been filed here. It
is expected that the murderer will be
sentenced, for the third time, next Tues?
day, and that he.will be hnnged on tin
first Friday in the new year.
I whs in ii pitiful state, wlieu my hus?
band, who hau been benefited by the use
of Paine's celery compound, urged me to
try it. In a remarkably short time after
I began taking the remedy I began to no?
tice a change for tho better. Hefore I
had taken three bottles 1 was well I
consider my cure a miracle, for I had
tried a trreat many doctors anil different
drugs and spent hundreds of'dollars in
vain. Respectfully yours,
MKS. KATM HENNESSIN.
Close, careful observation of great
numbers of cases like the above led Pro
ressor Edward B. Phelps, M. 1).. LL. I).,
of the Dartmouth Medical School, to the
formulation of |Paine's celery compound.
The success of this universally well
known remedy . in quickly driving out
disease from the blood and system need
not be retold to newspaper readers.
Paine's celery compound restores t>> a
healthy state a weakened and diseased
nervous system. One of the nrst evi?
dences of its building up virtue is tho
gain in llesh noticeable about the face.
Night sweats and nervous'twitclungs are
a thing of the p/ist: there is a great im?
provement in looks, a better appetite,
sounder sleep, a "clearer skin and more
reunlar (unctions. These are a few of the
outward improvements. More important
is the thorough and radical purifying of
the blood and the regulatiug and build?
ing up of the deep-lying nerves all over
the body. There is'nothing half way or
partial in the effect of Paine's celery com?
pound. It cures permanently.
ANOTHER JAPANESE PROTEST.
Victoria, Dec. 10.? The steamship Ta
comtt brings news that another protest to
the annexation of Hawaii has been for.
warded by the Japanese government
The protest is similar to the one sent by
DECEMBER WHEAT'S BIG JUMP.
It Went Up to the Highest Point Sluco
I August, 181)1,
Chicago, Doc. 10.?Not since August.
1801, has tiny month's delivery ol wheat
sohl as hi?h as December did yesterday.
It rose from $1.01 1-2 at tho openiiiif to
$1.00, hut in a most irregular fashion.
It had many a sudden backward slide,
but In the end rested at $1 t)i, a net im?
provement of t> 8-J cent for the day. Jan?
uary was a good secontl, winding up with
a gain of II ceuts. -May was less demon?
strative in its bullishness. Its advauce
was 1 7-8 cent s a bushel.
uther grain ami provision rrarket? were
more or less inllueuted by the advance in
wheat. Corn and oats closed 15-8 cent
higher each, and provisions ?aT 1-2 cents
New York, Dec. 10.?The sensational
advauce of December wheat in Chicago
yesterday was rellcected locallv by a net
improvement of 1 l-8al :l 8 cents a
bushel. Speculation, while active at
times, did not approach tho excitement
rcpcited in tho West, us traders hero
were pretty woll evened tip and too
shrewd in the present 'unsettled state of
the market to branch out into fresh
deals. Accordingly, only a scalping bus
iness was accomplished, save for a little
foreign buying eaily in the day. The De?
cember option sold from 08 to 08 'i 4, and
closed 08 7-8 and 05. The advance effect?
ively checked exporters, a ho were only
aide to secure twenty loads.
DISCUSSING THE SPOILS.
Republican Executive Committee Did
Not Meer, But a Conference Was Held. .
Washinaton, Dec. 10.?At the last mo?
ment the meeting of the Republican ex?
ecutive committ? -vns not held, as Gene .
nil Walker did not consider 't formally
called, and declined to take part. This,
however, has not prevented a general
conference being held at. the Hotel John?
son, at which there were present, over
fifty men. Waddill, Bowden and Treat
were the leading men present, neither
Congressmen Yost or Walker taking
Bast night after conferring nil day, the
Republican factious are as far apart t s
when they started Congressman Walker
and Y'ost hoid tho whiphand, and declare
that their wishes must be considered in
all appointments. They are favoring
Col. Bowen for marshal and W. C.
Franklin, of Apponiattox, for district at?
torney of the Western district. The Pres?
ident has notified Chfcirinan Agnew that
he wr uts harmony among the factions,
and until it is obtained there is no imme?
diate prospect of any big plums falling
into the laps of Virgin! i Republicans.
THE SALE NOT AFFECTED.
Omaha, Seh., Dec. 1C ?The protest of
the London stockholders of tho Union
Pacific does not afffct the recent sale of
the property. This announcement was
made to-day by the legal department, of
the I'nion Pacific roatl.
X?. 5 \. II?
of all kinds
ami at the
WILL A. CAF
BUY AX AS A DUCK SLAY KU.
Emulating Mr Cleveland in this Line,
Gnlvestnn. Dec. 10.-? Han. Wlilitn J.
Bryau and lii-i party returned hist even?
ing from it duck-hunting trip to Lake
Huri rise, in Chambers county, Tex.
Mr. Bryan carried 6iT tins palm by (tag?
ging 48 ducks of which twelve were can?
vass hacks, lie snid lie had a dellgttul
trip, nnd appeared to ha io. tho liest of
Alter dinner Mr." Bryan left for San
Antonio, where ho will he joined by Mrs.
Bryau and former Consul-General Crit
londen for a to>\r of Mexico,in 'lie course
of which he will study the money ques?
tion there. Mr. Bryan said im expected
to reacn'lionie about January 115.
TRIED TO KILL SULTAN.
Two Turkish Solders Make an Unsnc
ia -sful Attempt on His Life.
London. Dec. 10.?The Athens corre?
spondent of the Daily Chrouiclo say s that
on Monday last two soldiers .in Ithe im?
perial service at the Yildiz Kiosk, tho
pa'aco of)the sultan, made nu attempt on
the life of the Sultan. This was frustra?
ted by the attendants of the sultan. The
sultan hud the men tortured in tho hope
of extracting the names of tho instiga?
tors, but both succumbed without reveal?
Bonher's oysters and meals needs no
recommendation?they recommend them?
selves. Lest on earth.
THE THUF OF TIME
Is procrastination. This is the great
jewelry buying season, and if you put
off your shopping too long you'll find
stocks thinner and crowds thicker.
Drop in now and look our stock over
at your leisure. NVa have just what you
want or can secure it promptly. We have
a beautiful stock for holiday selection
and the prices are as pleasing as the
gOuds are desirable.
L. VOIGT, JR.,
104 SALEM AVENUE.
on Paper, Cloth,
Tin, Sheet Iron or
Board Signs, (ilass
ons^jlettered in the
are the ones we want to see. People with money to
burn go elsewhere. Don't shop from store to store;
buy from a reputable firm, a house that you ran go to
in perfect confidence, knowing their goods and prices
arc right. Our sixteen year's reputation among you
has been a pleasure to us and a satisfaction to many of
our friends. No goods leave our st?rt; unless perfect
in every particular and the price from
25 to 51) per cent, less than could
be bought elsewhere. We know
1| this for a fact, as we're old hands in>
the business, know how to buy and
know what clothes are. Many goods
we have made for our trade, therefore
you'll find patterns not shown else?
Send your boy with the money
for any priced suit desired. He'll
receive the same treatment as though
you wert1, with him. If not satisfac?
tory, your money back. It's a plea?
sure to trade here. One price ami a
low one, and the clothes tor style, lit
and service are as good as can be had.
We're showing some Novelties for Christmas gifts
11 Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Jewelry, Gloves, Suspenders,
etc. Just received 100 dozen Japonette Haudcrchiefs,
15c. or two for 25c. 75 dozen large size Silk Initial
Handkerchiefs, 25c each.
What have you been
Dress Shirts ?
No sore necks if you
with (lushion Back.
The Old Reliable
Philadelphia One-Price Clothing House.
-MANLFACTUKEK8 AND DEALEUS IN
Mouldings, Braokfits, Shingles, Laths, Lime, Gemen!, Plaster,
Hair, Bricks, Sash, Deors, Blinds, Etc.,
Office 1 10 Campbell St. 'Phone I 74.
Thousands of articles, each one suited to the season as gifts, now on display. The varied
stock takes in the whole range of the Christmas business- Every man, woman
and child for miles around should see the display.
Ghts for Young! Gifts for
Middle-Aged! Gifts for the Old!
Here's a suggestion of each:
The handsomest line <?i'
Pocket Books, Card Cases,
Combination Books, Chatc
laine Bags, etc., ever shown
here. Silver mounted, Gold
All the hew colored Lea?
thers in Pockel Books, new
ideas, full range of qualities.
Learn the prices at counter
in Dry Goods Department.
Sterling Silver Novelties!
We guarantee anything rep?
resented as Sterling to be just
Entirely new designs in a
hundred or more varieties.
Every conceivable article pos?
sible to make up in Sterling
Silver suitable for holiday
presents to be seen here. Prices
-?orrect. See this great line in
r)ir Dry (roods Department.
Probably 1,000 or more
dozens of these?taking in the
whole range of the hankerchief
family?now on sale. Great
values. Prom 3c to any price
you want them. Silk, Linen
and Cotton. See the stocks.
In Our Great Toy Department,
next door to our store, in the
old Wertz grocery room,
we arc showing a perfect maze
of ('hristnias gifts.
Wooden Toys, Iron Toys,
Musical Toys. Mechanical
Toys. Animal Toys, Tops,
Balls, Games and a thousand
Great Variety of Desks
for children. Tables, < 'hairs.
Cradles, Beds, Velocipedes,
Carts, Baby Buggies, Wagons,
etc. Toys worth the buying.
Great big Toys. Hundred-; of
then). Trices the lowest ever
named on these goods.
CHINA, CHINA, GUSS, GLASS.
Greatest variety of China
and Pine Cut Glass suitable for
gifts we have ever shown. Ger
niaitj Austrian and Prencb
China. Hundreds of pretty
pieces suitable for gifts. You'll
like our prices.
A regular world of Dolls.
I Dolls as large as children, or
so small that you wonder how
? they make such pretty li'tic
Dolls from He up to >?'?>.'?50
! Bisque Dolls, China Dolls,
Jointed Dolls, Kid Body Dolls.
Dolls dressed and undressed.
At any price you can name.
No such stock of these goods
ever attempted here. See the
great display. It's worth see?
ing even if you don't wan" a
The latest works of the ar?
tists in this line. 500 pictures.
Photos on glass. All mounted
in the very newest idea. New
subjects, beautiful subjects,
works of art. Prices way
down. Anywhere from 25c
to *<"> each. See the great lay
This is a great country for
smokers. If you want to give
a man a present get one of
these. They are very pretty
and cost very little. Several
dozen different styles of
Smoker's Sets. Prices the
Fancy Articles in New Ideas in
At 25c tt> 69c we show you
a hundred different articles, all
of them ornamental, most of
them,indispensable to a lady, in
Celluloid?all made new this
season. It's the greatest va?
riety ever shown, and embraces
everything made by leading
manufacturers in this way; all
of them hand-painted.
Set; this great Fancy Goods
Greal variety of all sorts of
things for Christmas tree dec?
orations. Prices right on this
Books, Books for the Children!
Mclaughlin's Great and Un?
approachable Line of Children's
Books for thrisimas
Books with colored pictures.
Books with plain pictures.
Every variety published in
paper and linen. Price one
half usual prices asked. See
the great line.
Right direct from the maker
these games come to you?
there is no middleman's profit
on any of our Christmas goods.
We buy direct from the im?
porter and manufacturer and
sell in the same way.
Every Imaginable Game
For home amusement out is
here: Usual 10c game, 5c;
usual 20c game, 10c; usual 80c
game, 19c; usual 50c game,
29c. Any of them will amuse
you. be you young or old.
See the Great Displuy.
In the Dry Goods Department
we make another cut onlloaks
Every garment in our stock
must be sold. If you want a
Misses' Jacket we will sell you
one of 1??> to 16 years at 33^
percent, reduction. Just two
thirds of 'former price.
40 Ladies' Jackets at a de?
cided further reduction.
30 Ladies' ( apes at like re?
ift THE DHESS GOODS
We are fast closing at the
great reduction everything in
tho shape of a Novelty. We
positively will not move these
to our new st?re. If you need
a dress see our stock and gel
Odds and Fnds of Underwear.
Big lot of these goods auain
thrown on our counter.
Lot of Ladies' Wool Pants,
worth 75c, at 40c.
Lot of Ladies' Natural Wool
Vests; worth 75c, at 49c.
Lot of Men's Underwear;
worth .r)()e, at 35c.
Lot of Children's Under?
wear at one-half price.
See these goods; they are
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