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The Richmond Pailacflum, Monday, May 7, 1906.
Local 3poEr1iisni I 0: j 1 ES Cincinnati Reds Take Games Both Saturday and Sun day from St. Louis. NO ERRORS YESTERDAY HITS AND ERRORS COLUMNS EVEN, REDS WIN IN EIGHTH PHILADELPHIA KNOCKS OUT HAKLQNtT ANOTHER DROOKLYN FITCHERS. NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING. 1 Won. Lost. PC. Now York 15 5 .750 'Chicago 15 6 .715 Philadelphia 12 9 .571 Pittsburg 10 9 .52G Boston. '.; 9 11 .430 St. Louis- 8 11 .421 Cincinnati 9 1G .3G0 Brooklyn 5 1G .238 RSUL73 YESTERDAY. Philadelphia 10; Brooklyn 2. Pittsburg 1; Chicago!!. St. Louis 1; Cincinnati 2. rPiibllslKTS Presnl Cincinnati, ' May G. The Cincin nati Nationals won today's game from EL Louis with two singles and a dou ble In the eighth inning. Score: R. H.E. Cin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 02 7 0 St. Ii. ....0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01 7 0 Batteries Ewlng and Livingston; Egan and McBride. Umpires Car penter and Klem. MASON KNOCKED OUT OF BOX. Brooklyn, May C The Philadel phia Nationals scored an easy victory over Brooklyn today, knocking Mason out of the box in the fourth and let ting Knoll, who relieved him hard. Score : R. H. E. Phil ....1 0320202 010 17 1 Brook ..0 0000000 2 2 7 3 Batteries Lush and Dooln; Eas ton, Knolls and Bergen. Umpire O' Day. CHICAGO COMING UP. Chicago, May 6. The hustling Chi cago Nationals won their ninth straight victory today and pulled up within half a game of the Giants. Pittsburg was again the yfetom. the Pirates falling before Cl jp's men by a score of 5 to 1; "ViftfATr's pitch ing wns n closed book to the Pirates who we-e able to connect safely only four times, while the Cubs bunched rev'en bits right where they were needed. Score: R. H. E. C 1.1 0 0302000 05 7 2 :Mt;a ooodoooo i l 4 i Batteries Wicker and Kling: Wil lis and Gib3on. Umpire Connolly. THE ROYAL JUNIORS WIN Defeated Beallvlew Juniors on the Nursery Grounds Saturday by Score 13 to 7. The .Royal Juniors Saturday after noon took the Beallvlew Juniors into camp by a score of 13 to 7. Both teams put up a fast game. The came ivas played on the srnueyrurngSIISH was played on the nursery grounds in ihe South' End. The Royal Juniors ire now ready to meet any other team Iheir size in the cit Line-ups: tloyal Jrs. Beallvlew Jrs. Trakowski R. F. . . . .Lindeman Scott C. F Klupp iVigmoro L. F Thomas Ferris 3d B Beskl Martin 2d B Tuttle Clements . ..1 B Fels Bhirp S. S Cutter tsaman P Miller Iteinbrlnk C Balser Is a yearly necessity because of a yearly cer tainty, the return in spring of such troubles as Impure Blood, Pimples, Boils, Eruptions, Scrofula, Eczema, Psoriasis, Biliousness, Headache, Loss of Appetite, That Tired Feeling, etc. The perfect Spring Medicine, renovat ing and building up the whole system, is U1 n Which, acting: thoroughly upon the blood, reaches and ben efits every part of the system. Take Hood's this Spring. i 'irrriAr. To meet th wlshe of those - no putting up Hood's Saxsaparilla In chocolate-coated tablets as well as in the usual liquid form. By reducing Hood's Sarsaparilla to a solid extract we have retained in tbo taoieis me curauvo properties oi every medicinal uurrecuent except tne alcohol. . Sold br druggists or sent by maiLKX doses one dollar. . C. I. HoodCo., Lowell. Atass. g Ml INDIANAPOLIS IS Indiana Boys Lost Another Game to Milwaukee Yes terday m That City. LOUISVILLE LOSES GAME TWELVE INNING CONTEST IS WON BY KANSAS CITY, AFTER BATTLE BETWEEN PITCHERS MINNEAPOLIS BEATS TOLEDO. AMERICAN ASSOCIAT'N STANDING Won. Lost. PCt. Lousville 10 6 .625 Toledo St. Paul Columbus . . Kansas City . . Milwaukee .. Minneapolis .. ... 9 ... 9 ... 9 ... 9 ... 7 ... 7 7 G3 7 .563 8 .523 7 11 .500 .3S9 Indianapolis 5 11 .312 RESULTS YESTERDAY. Kansas City, 4; Louisville, 3. Minneapolis, 2; Toledo, 1. Milwaukee, 4; Indianapolis, 2. t Publisher.' Prc-S3 Milwaukee, May G. Indianapolis kept up her losing streak here today and went down to defeat by a close scare. Locals took the lead early in game and Indianapolis could not score until late in the game. The score was a,s fellows: R. H. E. Milw'kee 00103000 x 4 7 1 Indpls. . 00010000 1 2 5 2 Batteries Hicvkey and Beville; Hart and Weaver. Umpires Egan and Owen. TWELVE INNING GAME. Kansas City, Mo., May 6. In a close ly contested game here today, the lo cal team won after twelve innings by score of 4 to 3. The hits were about even. Score: R. H. E. Lou 00001010010 03 10 1 K.C. 0 0200000010 14 11 5 Batteries Elliott and Shaw; Swan and Sullivan. Umpire- -Kane. MINNEAPOLIS WON OUT. Minneapolis. May 6. After having the game won, the Minneapolis team won out this afternoon by score of two to one. The winning run was made In the ninth" inning. Toledo had she won, would have tied for first place. The score: R. H. E. Min ...0 0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0 0 12 8 1 Tol 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 9 2 Batteries Thomas and Shannon, Piatt and Abbott. Umpire Sullivan. You enn't guess at his capacity for generating hot air by the size of the man No married man has any il lusions about women. Maybe a self made man ought to be ashamed . of his job, but he generally isn't. Ufa. k iVtf? A wise man will take all the advice that Is g". .on him, but he will throw most of it in the lake. Modesty is an admirable quality whose chief exercise consists in mak ing its possessor uncomfortable. No man is a fool-to the woman be is In love with. , You can tell something about a young roan by the size of his hat and the way he wears It. All men are liars, but you can't al ways catch them at It. who nrefer mertlrinn In t&hlct fnrm m P HARD 3RS General,, WHITE SOX TAKE A GREAT E Pitcher Ed Walsh for Chicago Americans Holds Cleve land at His Mercy. BUT ONE HIT IS ALLOWED HEAVY HITTERS FROM OHIO CITY WERE SHUT OUT BY FINE WORK ST. LOUIS WINS OUT IN GAME WITH DETROIT. AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING. GAM Lost. PCt. 7 .588 7 .58S 7 .533 8 .518 8 .500 9 .471 10 .444 11 .ZZ2 Philadelphia Washington . ..10 . .10 .. 8 .. 9 ... 8 ... 8 ..8 .. 6 j Cleveland . . . Detroit Chicago New York . . . St. Louis . . Boston . . . RESULTS YESTERDAY. Chicago, G; Cleveland, 0. St. Louis, 0; Detroit, 3. Publishers' Press Chicago, May C. Cleveland's heavy batting team was at the mercy of Ed. Walsh today and wtih only one hit to their credit, they were shut out by the Chicago White Sox by a score of 6 to 0. Manager Lajoie did not take part in the game, a3 he feared the chiily weather would affect his lame foot. The Sox played a perfect field ing game and found Pitcher Joss for ten clean hits. Bemis made the only hit for the visitors .that a single com ing in the ninth inning. Not a Cleveland player got a3 far as socond base. The weather was cold, but the attendance was close to 8,000. Score: R. H. E. Chicago .10010031 x 6 10 0 Clove. ..00000000 0 0 1 3 Batteries Walsh and Sullivan; Joss and Bemis. Umpire Loughiin. HOWELL SAVES GAME. St .Louis, May 6. Wth two men on bases in the ninth and none out, How ell relieved Smith in the box today, and retired the side, enabling the St. Louis Americans to win from Detroit. Score: R. H. E- St. Louis 03200000 0 5 6 2 Detroit .00010110 0 3 5 4 Batteries Smith, Howell and Spen cer; Killian, Eubanks and Payi.;. Umpire Connors. DISTURBANCES FREOll! CAME OFTEN IN I hit: t L-.:.-i Bulletins Issued by the Geclccjie--! Survey Show That There Was Hardly a Sirtie Month But T'.ir."c There Was a Slight Shock. ' Publishers' Press Washington, May C. The fact bs came known today that among the reports of the United States geologi cal durvey published in the "nine ties" are eight bulletins on the sub ject of earthquakes in California, which contains accounts of shocks that occurred during the ten years from 1SS9 to 1S98, inclusive. Study of these bulletins show that there was hardjy a single month in all those ten years when seismic disturbances, more or less severe, were not felt along the Pacific Coast. The director of the survey has rec ommended in a letter to the secre tary of the interior that the United States accept the invitation of the German government to join the inter national seismological association. The total sum that congress is called on to appropriate annually is $1,300, which includes $800, the fee that the United States would be 'required to contribute to the association and $500 for the expenses of the delegate. KICKED ftlE LID OFF THE COFFIN Squaw, Mourning by Indian's Grave, Hears Hiai Trying to Get Out. Indians who recently reached Bil lings from the Crow reservation, in Montana, tell of the burial alive of Big Rock, a well known young buck of the Crows. Big Roek had been ill for some time, and finally the medicine men of the tribe pronounced the warrior dead and ordered the body interred with all the tribal honors of the Crow nation., The ritual provides that the squaw must mourn for the departed over his freshly filled grave, and while this part of the ceremony was being com plied with by Mrs. Big Rock she heard her supposed dead lord making des perate efforts to get out of his grave. The mound of the shallow graTe heaved, according to the Indians, and the terrified squaw' fled to the tepees and gave the alarm. The Indians at once opened the grave, to find that Big Rock had kicked off the top of his eorfin and burst the sides In his efforts to escape. He had clawed bis face and pulled out his hair. Life was extinct, however, when he was taken from his coffin. The In dians re interred the body in the same grave, and the squaw was permitted to resume tier mourning. SATISFIED WITH JESSUP MARION TEAM IS WINNING Fans In Gas City Town Think That Little Richmond Manager Can Land The 'Pennant for Them Horn to Pitch Today. Palladium Special. Marlon, Ind.. May 6. Before a crowd of 1800 loyal fans Marion won from Lima this afternoon by a score of 11 to 5 and Jessup's charges are now In first place, having won two out of the three games played since the league opening. Marion baseball followers are highly pleased with the aggregation which Manager Jessup has gathered together and feel certain that it will win the penant. ANAGER C. W. JESSUP. Jessup has been so busy with the management of the team that he has rot played in the opening games. He has Fisher, a youngster, catching for him and he has been giving very sat isfactory service. It is probable that Je?sup will catch tomorrow however, when "Casey" Horn will pitch his first game. It is understood that Jessup is dis satisfied with the work of "Bud" Lally at first base and that he will be re leased. LEAGUE OPE :2ys, btarr nanos ana n Handles Were Win i u ners in Openers. i ;. SLUGGING MATCHES FIANO MEN TAKE POGUE MIL LERS INTO CAMP 15 TO 5 AND RAILROADERS BEAT EASTHA VENS PALLADIUMS FORFEIT. SATURDAY LEAGUE STANDING. i Starr Pianos 1 0 0 0 1 1 1- i.ooo : 1.000 i.ooo .000 , .ooo ; I an Handles 1 -'vibbeys 1 East Havens 0 Pogue, Millers 0 Palladiums 0 .000 RESULTS YESTERDAY. Starr Pianos 15; Pogue, Millers 5. Pan Handles 16, East Haven3 S. Kibbeys, 9; Palladiums 0 (forfeit.) The opening of the Saturday Lea gue Saturday afternoon was all that could be desired with two exceptions, the weather and the failure of the Palladium team taking the field against the Kibbeys. The Starr Pia nos met the Pogue, Millers at Athletic Park and the contest which was a slugging match was witnessed by over one hundred supporters of both teams. Both teams sported their new uniforms and they made a neat appearance. The Starr Pianos wore grey suits with maroon stockings and the Pogue Millers wore grey suits with black stockings. The Pan Han dles and the East Havens met at East Haven, and despite the fact that it rained throughout the game, the con gest was witnessed Ty a large crowd. Starr Pianos-Pogue Millers. The Starr Pianos won hands down from the Pogue, Millers Saturday af- despite the fact reminded the specta tors of January in Alaska. Geier, who pitched last year for the Fair views, was in the box for the hard ware men and the Starrs in the first inning took to his delivery as though they had had it made to order. Eight earned runs were made in the first by the Starrs, the runs being forced over the plate by ten singles, a two- i bagger and a triple. In the second the Starrs added four more runs to their collection. From that time on the con test was nip and tuck, Geier taking a decided brace, permitting the pia no men to add only three more runs up to the seventh inning when the game was called. Kuhlenbeck pitched a steady game for the Starrs, holding the hardware men down to five runs and eight hits. The Starr Piano outfit looks awfully good to their admirers, the team being well balanced from a fielding standpoint. They also have the faculty of hitting the ball when hits mean runs. They will be In the hunt for the pennant from start to fin ish. The Pogue, Miller team will also develop into a good team as soon as the men have a little more -practice. Geier in the box, despite hi3 showing Saturday, will develop into one of the j star- twirlers of the league. In Sulli j vaa he has an excellent catcher to IG WAS AUSPICIOUS handle his delivery. The team hits well and seems to be strong In the field with the exception of short stop, which position needs to be strength ened. The final score In Saturday's game was 15 to 5 in favor of the Starr's. Umpire Reid gave general satisfaction by his work- Palladiums Forfeit. The game scheduled between the Kibbeys and Palladium teams was not played Saturday, owing to the ina bility of Manager Meyers to sign up a team. The game was forfeitted to the Kibbeys by Umpire Reid by the score of 9 to 0. . A fast team will be signed up by the Palladiums this week and the boys will be ready to take the field next Saturday. Pan Handles-East Haven. In a drizzling rain the Pan Handles took the opening game of the season from the East Haven team on the lat ter's grounds Saturday. It was a rag ged game, devoid of special features except the good hitting of the rail road boys. Hethmeyer lead at the bat with four clean hits . out of four times at bat. The East Haven team did not have its best lineup in the field and they claim this as the principal rea son for the lop-sided score. Rockhill for the railroaders pitched a good game but Jeffries for East Haven was hit hard and often. His support was also wretched. Score: R. H. E. P. H 3 1 7 5 016 12 5 E. H 1 0 0 2 0 3 7 8 Datteries Rockhill and Kinsella; Jeffries and Wiaggi. Umpire Slack. C1II IMPROVING; BETTER TEAM WORK Hanlon Has His Squad Work ing Hard to Secure Good Results. SOME CHANGES EXPECTED THIS WEEK REDS MUST MEET GIANTS, WHEN EAST AND WEST WILL CLASH OUTCOME IS AWAITED. Publishers' Press Cncinnati, May 6. The past 10 days have been marked by a wonderful im provement in the team work of the Cincinnati Reds. At last. Manager Hanlon has succeeded in getting some of his players to grasp the idea of team work, as exemplified years ago by the famous Baltimore team, and the result is a higher class of inside base ball than local patrons of the game have seen in many years. These lovers of the sport who saw the first games of the season played by the Reds, will hardly recognize the pres ent aggregation. Every man on the team is up and doing all the time, and at no stage of any game do they look easy. Even when they are unable to get runsrover the plate the effort is being made all the time, and eventu ally this style of aggressive play is bound to win. "I want the men to feel all the time that there is a chance to win and so long as the ninth Inning has not been completed,"' said Mana ger Hanlon, "and they are gradually assimilating this important truth. We'll get better as the season pro gresses, a statement based upon the fact that we "are playing so much bet ter baseball now than we Niid when the season opened." However, even with the notable im provements that have been made in the work of the team since the season opened, Manager Hanlon is not quite satisfied with his line-up. There are two or three men on the team who paly too much for their individual rec ords and not enough for the good of the- team. "Those are the boys that will have to be weeded out," remarked Hanlon. "I want only men who work for the benefit of the team whose de sire for results in the shape of victo ries entirely effaces interest in self. That's the reason I am contemplating a few changes. When I make them and I expect to land my men within a few days the prospects of the Cincin nati team wiil be brighter than ever." READAND YOU Will LEARpT That the leading medical writers and teachers of all the several schools of practice endorse and recommend, in the strongest terms possible, each and every ingredient entering Into the composition of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for the cure of weak stomach, dyspepsia, catarrh of stomach, "liver complaint." torpid liver, or biliousness, chronic bowel affections, and all catarrhal diseases of whatever region, name or nature. It is also a specific remedy for all such chronic or long standing cases of catarrhal affec tions and their resultants, as bronchial, throat and lung diseases (except consump tion) accompanied with severe coughs. It is not so good for acute colds and coughs, but for lingering, or chronic cases it is especially efficacious in producing per fect cures. It contains Black Cherrybark, Golden Seal root, Bloodroot, Stone root. Mandrake root and Queen's root all of which are highly praised as remedies for all the above mentioned affections by such eminent medical writers and teachers as Prof. Bartholow, of Jefferqn Med. Col lege; Prof. Hsre, of the Univ. of Pa.; Prof. FInley Ellingwood, M. D., of Ben nett Med. College, Chicago : Prof. John King, M. D.. late of Cincinnati; Prof. John M. Scudder, M. D.Jate of Cincin nati ; Prof. Edwin Mv'Hale. M. D., of Hahnemann Med, College. Chicago, and scores of others equally eminent in their several "schools of practice. The "Golden Medical Discovery" is the only medicine put up for sale through druggists for like purposes, that has any such professional endorsement worth more than any number of ordinary testi monials. Open publicity of its formula on the bottle wrapper is the best possible guaranty of its merits. A glance at this published formula will show that "Golden Medical Discovery" contains no poison ous or harmful agents and no alcohol chemically pure, triple-refined glycerin beinsr used instead. Glycerine is entirely unobjectionable and besides is a most useful lnfrredient in the cure of all stom ach as well as bronchial, throat and lunsr affections. There is the highest medical authority for its use in all seen cases. The "Discovery " is a concentrated glyc eric extract of native, medicinal roots and is safe and reliable. A booklet of extracts from eminent, medical authorities, endorsing it3 ingre dients mailed free on request. Address Dr. B. V. Pierce, BuffaloN. Y. XVfcgelable Prepacalianfor As -simaating HicFoodaRdBcguIa ling thcStomachs anclDcwfia of Promotes Digestionheerful rtess and RestContains neither Opium3Iorphine norjfiacral. otHarcotic. aKvetfOUllrSiKtllPITCUXa iai- Srrtt AperTecl Remedy forConstipa Tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature ot NEW YOT1K. EXACT COPY OF ilia. GIANTS WIN FIRST GAME DEFEAT NEW CASTLE 10-2 Harris Was in the Box for the Locf Team and the Visitors Were Never Able to Solve His Speedy Delivery and Good Curves. A small crowd of thirty-third degree baseball fans, risked pneumonia yes terday afternoon, to see the game between the Rich mond Giants and the New Castle All Stars, whrch resulted in a 10 to 2 vic tory for the former. It was a good game, despite the cold storage front the weather man put on, and the shiv ering spe eta tors kept themselves warm by applauding good plays on the part of both teams. Harris was in the box for the Giants and he un corked a brand of benders that caused the Henry county men to get the back ache trying to connect with them. Williams for New Castle was touched NEWJDEPARTURB. "Taking Time by Tho Forelock." All observing people must have noticed a growing sentiment in this country in favor of using only put-up foods and medicines of known com position. It is but natural that one should have some interest in the com position of that which he is expected to swallow, whether it be food, drink or medicine. This sentiment has re sulted in the introduction in the legis latures of many of the States, as also in the Congress of the United States, bills providing for the publication of formula or ingredients on wrappers and labels of medicines and foods put np for general consumption. Recognizing this growing disposition on the part of the public generally, and satisfied that the fullest publicity can only add to the well-earned repu tation of his proprietary medicines, Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., has "taken time by the forelock," as it were, and is publishing broadcast, and on each bottle wrapper, a full and com plete list of all the ingredients entering into his medicines, "Golden Medical Discovery," the popular liver invigor ator, etomach tonic, blood purifier and heart regulator; also of his "Favorite Prescription" for weak, over-worked,1 broken-down, debilitated, nervous, in valid women. This bold and out-spok on the part of Dr showing exactly what medicines are composed of, completely disarmed all harping critics who have heretofore unjustly attacked them A little pamphlet has been compiled, from the standard medical authorities of all the several schools of practice, showing the strongest endorsements by leading medical writers of the several ingredients which enter into Doctor Pierce's medicines and recommending these ingredients for the core of the diseases for which Dr. Pierce's medi cines are advised. A copy of this little booklet is mailed free to any one desiring to learn more concerning the valuable, native, medicinal plants which enter into the composition of Dr. Pierce's medicines. A request, by postal card or letter, addressed to Dr. & V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., will briflg this little booklet by return po&. It tells exactly what inarredienfj are used A the mak ingcf IV. Piercs's famous rofedicines. Xfcij striking departure of: Dr. Pierce from, the usual coarse pursued by the manufacturers of proprietary medi cines, at once takes his medicines out M the class generally known as patent" or secret medicines, neither ef which term is at all applicable to them, as their formula now appears on the wrapper of every bottle leaving the great laboratory at Buffalo, N. Y. It places them in a class all by them telvts. Neither of them contains any alcohol, which fact alone should cause them to be classed all by themselves and as entirely harmless vegetable ex tracts, made-and preserved by the use of glycerine and not with the usually employed strong alcohol, which works so much injury, especially in cases where treatment, even, though of the best, must be continued for consider able periods of time, in order to make ihe cure permanent. Many years ago, Dr. Pierce found that chemically pure glycerine, of proper strength, was far better than He For Infants and Children. iThe Kind You .Have Always Bought Sears Signature -of in Use for Over Thirty Years TUB MKTfUN I up for 12 'hits, and hiS8uppprtlnitha field' was the 'same i color! as the vSpan Ish ' flag,'; though ( once ? andf awhilesoma cleverVplays were executedbyUh,e Vis itors. Mr.-WilllamsVwasj'given tUa "blngle'treatment'iinUhQiifirsfe1 .anil thlrd-'innings.'j whlchjresulted''ln w si runs. He v was , toucHedup again Ma the seventhforlfourirm$ra .Vuns.f Score: R H. E Rlchm'dv.2 0 4 0 0 0 4,0; 010 .12 5 N. Castle 0 0 1 0l0!0c0l 0 2 5 8 Batteries Williams and Polndex ter; Harris and Mitchell Umpire Musser. ( i"" T" Milton 4; Dublin 3. Palladium Special. Cambridge City, May 6. In a hotly contested baseball game here this af ternoon Dublin met defeat at the hands of Milton. Murray was In the box for Milton and Dick Connor pitch ed for Dublin. The game wis Inter esting at all periods Lad was full of fast and brilliant plays. Murray was some the best pitcher allowing but very few hits holding the Dubllnite3 to three runs, while Conor was hit more freely allowing Milton four scores. alcohol both for extracting and pre serving the medicinal principles residing in our indigenous, or native, medicinal plants, such as he employs, exclusively ' m manufacturing his medicines. Some of these medicinal roots have, ; since Dr. Pierce first commenced to use them, advanced so in price, that they ' may be cultivated with great profit by , our farmers. This is especially true of i Golden Seal root, which enters into . both the Doctor's n Golden Medical i Diecovery" and his "Favorite Prescrip tion." It now brings upward of $ 1.60 ' a pound, although formerly selling 'at from 15 to 20 cents a pound. Many tons of this most valuable root are annually consumed in, Doctor Pierce' Laboratory. ' rrom"urganic aieaicines," Dy urover Coe, M. D.? of New York, .we extract the following ' concerning " Hydrastis (Golden Seal root), which enters largely, ' as we have already stated ,'into the com-i position of both "Golden Medical Dia-j covejy " ana t avonte . irescnpuon." Dr. Coe says : Hydrastis exercises an especial influence li.over"? mucous .sur. faces." Ifa' action'Mn ltlfis respect is so . msjfeet'tuat Je'-uiaications for its em- eoce , DiH Seal: tk'Aiar,J6fEcacv. As a cholasoeue ( live.' 1 ihvigorator ) , fit has few eqa als. I Also in scrofula, glandular diseases generally, cutaneous eruptions, indi- gestion, debility, diarrhoea, and con eti nation." Doctor Coe continues: "Hydrastis (Golden Seal root), has been success fully employed in the cure of leucor rhcea. It is of singular efficacy when that complaint is complicated with hepatic diver) aberration (derangement). Hy drastis is also of inestimable valno in I the treatment of chronic derangements jVof the liver. It eeems to esreise an especial influence over tb portal vein and hepatic (live?) structure generally, resolving (dissolving) biliary deposits, removing obstructions, promoting se cretion, and giving tone to the various functions. It is eminently cholagogue (liver aocelorator), and may be reaed upon with confidence for the relief of hepstic (liver) torpor. It promotes di gestion and assimilation, obviates con stipation, and gives tone to the depu rating (cleansing) functions generally." Dr. Coe3further says : n We would here add that our experience has de monstrated Hydrastis to be a valu able remedy in bronchitis, laryngitis, and other affections of the respiratory organs." After reading the foregoing extracts whp can dfabt the great efficacy, in a long list of diseases, of "Golden Med ical Discovery," one of the principal ingredients o'f which is Golden Seal root (Hydrastis)? And this applies with equav force to Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription for weak, worn out, over - worked, nervoua, invalid women. Dr.Pien e's Pleasant Pellets are com posed larf ly o concentrated principles extracted from Mandrake root. They regulate and invigorate the stomach, liver aid bowels. One or two littlS) the f- t IF