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Dr. Geo. Leininger's Message to the People of Minneapolis Ringing Words of Cheer and Comfort to the Sick and Afflicted. Dr. Ltlnlnger Says: "My Greatest Pleasure in Life is to Hear Sick Men and Women Thank Me for Restoring Them To Perfect Health With For-mal-de-hyde Remedies," A SEPARATE REMEDY FOR EACH DISEASE-NOT A PATENT MEDICINE, BUT A MEDICAL DISCOVERY Dear Editor —A physician's greatest claim to honor is the good that he ran accomplish among the aick and afflicted. It was moat gratifying for me to hear of the thousands of sick that took advantage of my free distribution made in this city. My only regret la that I was not present personally to administer to the wants of the many. My greatest pleasure in life is to hear men and women thank me for restoring them to perfect health with For-mal-de-hyde Remedies —perhaps saved them from an untimely grave. What true physician would not rather bear as his reward the honest blessings of the sick than a baronet or a scepter bestowed by a king. The public must not think that I claim miracles for For-inai-de hyde Remedies, but I do say that they ar« the foremost in medicine to-day. I claim that all diseases are caused by micro organlirus, or more commonly known as Germs, and that FOR-MAL-DE-HYDE WILL KILL THE CATARRH AND GRIP GERMS By using My Inhaler. FOR-HAL-DE-HYDE WILL KILL THE SHALLPOX AND DIPHTHERIA GERHS By using My Generator. FOR-MAL-DE-HYDE WILL KILL THE CONSUriPTION GERM By using My Cough Cure. FOR-HAL-DE-HYDE WILL KILL THE KIDNEY GERM By using My Kidney Tablets. FOR-MAL-DE-HYDE WILL KILL THE CONSTIPATION GERM By using My Little Liver Pills. FOR-MAL-DE-HYDE WILL KILL THE GERMS THAT CAUSE PILES By using My Salve. DR. OEO. LEINiNGER'S INHALER 16 A GUARANTEED CURE FOR Catarrh, crip, Asthma, Broochttls And All Nose, Throat and Lung Diseases. Or. Ceo. Leininger's For-mal-de-hyde Inhaler kills the germs -without Injuring the mucous membrane, and also puts the membrane in •uch a condition of health and activity that new germs of Catarrh entering the body cannot live and breed in it. Catarrh can be cured by this means iv every stage, except when there is actual decay of the lung cells (Consumption), and In many cases even this has been done. There is positively no other remedy, drug or treatment which will cure Catarrh. Asthma, Bronchitis, La Grippe and Consumption. it Is the only Remedy now in use and en dorsed by the best Physicians in the World. Relief follows the first hour's treatment and an ultimata cure Invariably results from its continued use. Cured of Lung Trouble. Hiss Jennie Kail, Fort Snelling, Minn.. wrltM: "I have suffered so long and so much with lung trouble that 1 nave tried nearly everything, but am 'glad to say Dr. (Jeo. LeinlEger's Inhaler has cured me. I certainly do recommend it to all sufferers and always speak of it to my friends. I know of many who need it and let them know of your wonderful remedy." Rev. William Bush Was Saved From a Consumptive's Grave. Rev. William Bush, Pastor First Christian Church, Breckenridge, Mo., writes: "Through the efforts of a friend I secured one of Dr. Or. Geo, Leimngers For-mal-de-hyde Inhaler p«^^«^^X'\% v'& anything else in its place, for there is nothing like It sold in America. If your druggist doesn't keep n and woKetitfor you send to "the* mm ufacturers. The new book "Success of the 20th Century", sent free to anyone writing to the Dr. Goo. llelnlnger Chemlca? Co., Chicago, liJ! MODEST DES MOINES Million-Dollar Federal Building to Supplement Ita Arm> Post. Special to The Journal. Dcs Moines, lowa, March 26.—Not con tent with having secured an army post, Dcs Moines citizens have begun a move ment to secure an appropriation for a million-dollar federal building. A com mittee of citizens and business men has requested Congressman Hull to take the matter up and he has promised to do so at the next session of congress. The plan is to construct the building on the pres ent site of the courthouse, when the new courthouse la built on the Dcs Moines river front, as it probably will be when the pending legal contention is ended. It is thought this will be the means of settling the long-standing courthouse war, in which one faction has been con tending to keep the building on the old site, five blocks west of the river and the other to change it to the river front. The purpose i 3 to erect a postofflce and federal office building that will cover an fenUre block. NORDBY IS STOREKEEPER. Red Wing has received further recognition at the hands of Governor Van Sant, who yes terday appointed Olaf M. Nordby, Jr., to be military storekeeper for the national guard, with the pay of captain. Mr. Nordby, who succeeds Captain C. W. Smith, is a veteran of the Spanish-American war. SUBSTITUTION The TBAITS of the Day. See you get Carter's, Ask for Carter's, Insist and demand GUI'S 1-ittle Liver Pilla The only perfect Liver Fill Take no other, Even if Solicited to do so. Beware of imitations of Same Color Wrappers, RED. ' W ' MSB* Woman I v^*£iMM llil» interested and should know If ftlßSaiSfiStß^ __ _ . about the wonderful S^I^iMARVEL Whirling Spray am The new Tiiiul Syrian. Injee vScKtfttSifeSSS^; tlon an<i auction. Best—Saf xSg! Most Convenient. ttft ItCieuue*LutanUf, lik7»ar<nrrlitf«rlt. ■ If he cannot supply tbo vBP^ MARVEL, accept no Oi. ether, but tend stamp for lllus- vR S Hhl^t~" trated boo*-*»«!**. It gives full n W^ particular* mod directions layalu OtttftK^SySMr *bl« to ladles. MARVBL CO.. OQB £gjr Room 331 Times B«lgr.,X. V, B. H. HEGENER, gv^ff—'t^-jfr 207 Nlooilet Ay .CsSfafi\ X^^tmmt Full line of Toilet art '> lcles ' Carvlnj Sets, Manicure Goods, Hair >«*r «*» Brushes, Razor* and Pokcet Cutlery. Razors, .Shears and Clippers sharpened. STORAGE Household Roods . a specialty. Un equaled faculties and lowest rates. Packing by experienced men. Beyi Transfdr & Fuel Ce M 46 So. Third St. X«l>»hoaa ifajft 656—both exchanges. ' Lteimngere for-mai-ae-nyae inhalers, and after giving it a trial for the past few weeks can nay that I think it a most won derful discovery. 1 was troubled with catarrh, which was, I think, rapidly going to Consumption, but since the use of the Inhaler 1 am troubled but very HUle and am gaining flesh at the rate of SVs pounds per week. Thanking you for the remedy and wishing you all success in that greatest of missions, healing the sick, and hoping my fellow sufferers may learn to avail them selves of the opportunity to at least tujoy the blessings of health." The Most Eminent Practitioners of the United States Endorse This Wonderful Remedy. Geo. T. Hawley, If. D., Professor of Lung and Throat Diseases. Chicago Clinical School, the largest Clinical School in the world, writing to Dr. G-eo. Leininger, says: '"1 have been using your For-mal-de-hyde Inhaler for Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Hay Fever and other Xose, Throat and Lung diseases. I have found it superior to any remedy so far dis covered." J. W. Shultz, M. D., President of the Board of Health of Wichita, iv writing of For mal-do-hyde says: "I am satisfied that w» now have an absolute cure lor Consump tion." Dr. Chas, A. Behm of the Chicago Health Department, says: "I have used your For mal-de-hyde Inhaler and found it of the greatest value in Catarrhal Diseases of the nose and respiratory organs. I consider it the best inhaler on the market to-day." PHYSICIAN CURES GRIP. Dr. M. P. Lee, of Stegall, Term., writes: "1 have prescribed Dr. Geo. Leininger's For mal-de-hyde Inhaler to more than one dozen of my patients, and have received flattering results in Catarrhal Diseases of the nose, also in Asthma and La Grippe. While vow an epidemic of La Grippe is prevailing in my section of the country, I us« it in very nearly every case." POST-NASAL CATARRH Travers-Vale, the well-known actor and playwright, who has, perhaps, written more sterling Southern romances than any other ROOT MAY VISIT MANILA STUDY THE MILITARY SITUATION He and Ueueral Corbin Are Plan ning to Start About the Mid dle of May. New York. March 26.—A special to the Tribune from Washington says: At present there seems no doubt that Secretary Root and General Corbin will make the trip to the Philippines, although Mr. Root's mind is not yet fully made up. It is their purpose to stay a month at least in the Philippines, leaving San Fran cisco the middle of May and returning in August. The principal object of the trip is to give Secretary Root and General Corbin an opportunity to study the military situa tion at close range, paying attention to the topography and other physical feat ures, as well as rations, supply and trans port. End Within a Year. Washington, March 26.—Adjutant General Corbin has received a letter from General 1. S. Catlin, a retired army officer, at Manila, which saye: "I do not think it possible that even any organized guerrilla warfare will be carried on after the expiration of anothei twelve months." The Through Tonritt Car to Cali- fornia Formerly leaving on Mondays, will here after leave on Tuesdays, via the Chicago Great Western railway, Kansas City and Santa Fe route. The $32.90 rate will ap ply via this route. For further informa tion apply to City Ticket Agent, corner Fifth and Nicollet, Minneapolis, Minn. Those unhappy persons who suffer from nervousness and dyspepsia should use Carter's Little Nerve Pills, which are made expressly for sleepless, nervous dyspeptic sufferers. Price 25 cents. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is a harm less and healing salve for skin diseases. Beware of worthless counterfeits. The secret of strength is perfect •D • * digestion. This applies to mental *^**&in &I 1& strength as well as physical strength IX and is perfectly logical if you think MJTa Wil a bout it for a moment The Secret of Strength. i I, ,i, Stop eating for a day or two and what becomes of your physical strength? It has entirely vanished with some people and with every one is greatly diminished. The mind, too, cannot be concentrated upon any problem except the craving for food. You are starving! This is the ailment-of the dyspeptic, only in addition there is the distress brought about by the stomach's effort to get rid of the undigested food. This also accounts for the craving for food and the unsatisfied long ing of those who have a poor digestion. They are half starved because their food does not assimilate. Of course the brain does not act nor mally when the stomach with its myriads of nerves is crying out be cause of its undigestible load and filling the sufferer with self pity. This deplorable condition is quickly remedied by the genuine Johann Hoft's Malt Extract, which always successfully helps digestion. Indeed, it is the perfect assimilator of food. Every person who takes for a few days a glass of Johann Hoff's Malt Extract with his meals will realize the difference. Not only is the distress gone from the stomach but there is also the unmistakable prompting of strength and energy because the nutrition in the food is penetrating to every portion of the body. Johann Hoff's Malt Extract is not a stimulant with a reaction. It is a glorious aid to natural laws. In fact, it makes natural laws opera tive and never disagrees with any one. These statements are facts, and the unimpeachable record of over half a century proves it You won't find weaklings, physically or mentally, among those who use Johann Hoff's Malt Extract with their meals. Beware of substitutes. THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. known writer, says: "I have suffered for the past three years from acute post-nasal Catarrh and have tried constitutional treat ment without avail. At night time sleep was almost an impossibility, owing to the ob structions that would form in my throat. By the use of Dr. Geo. Leiuinger's For-mal-de hyde Inhaler, in less than six hours 1 was relieved. 1 cannot sufficiently express niy satisfactlon. 1 have recommended to several people, who have purchased the inhaler, auu all speak highly of it." THROUGHOUT THE GLOOM SHINES THE STAR OF HOPE IN THE WONDERFUL CUR ING POWERS OF DR. OEO. LEININOER'S FOR-fIAL-DE-HYDE REMEDIES. Dr. Geo. Leininger's For-mal-de-hyde Cough Cure is the only Lung and Throat Remedy which will destroy every germ iv the ihioat and prevent any more from gathering and find ing their way into the bronchial tubes and from there into the lungs. Sold on a guar antee at 25 cents. Dr. Geo. Leininger's For-mal-de-hyde Kidney Tablets means destruction to the Kidney germs and prevents Blight's Disease, and will cure Catarrh of the Kidneys, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Swelling of the Feet and Urinary disorders. Sold on a guarantee at 25 cents and 50 cents. Or. Geo. Leininger's for-mal-de-hyde Littte Liver Pills permanently cures Constipation by killing all animal germs in the mucous membrane lin ings of the stomach and intestiues. Price 10 cents. MAKE-MAX TABLETS will cure nervous debility and quickly re store weakened mankind to strength and vigor. Price 50 cents. Write for Free Medical Advice. ■ Dr. Geo. Leininger invites sick men and women to write him fully as to their dis ease. Your letter will have the doctor's personal attention. REAL HOME FOR GIRLS WILL MAKE THEIR OWX RILES Working Girls' Hotel In Boatou Will -Not Have tke Uuul Re ■trictlons. How York Sun Sparta! Woe Boston, March 26.—Transformed into a hotel for working girls, in which "every young woman will be left to conduct her self as she would in the pure and whole some atmosphere of her own home," the Xew England Conservatory of Music build ing in Franklin square will be a unique institution in Boston. Rev. Dr. George E. Perrln of the Every Day church conceived th© idea. Restrictions usual in such places conducted by women's organizations are not part of his plan. Dr. Perrin said: The young women themselves will vote on all questions pertaining to the government of the hotel, and their vote will be law on all questions. A living republic of young women is just what it will be. We will have an auditorium for private theatricals, and there will be a dancing hall. I believe in these amusements. The 1250,000 needed for his plan is as sured. HUNT FOR MARTIANS PercivaJ Lowell Believes the Planet Is Inhabited. >*•«> Turk Sun Special Strvle* Chicago, March 26.—Percival Lowell of Boston, broker r and scientist, passed through Chicago to Flagstaff, Ariz., where he has a private observatory, to take ob servations of Mars, with a view of getting data to prove it inhabited. He said: From now until June Mars is in opposition, and the prospects of getting good observa tions are exceptional. I believe that Mars is inhabited, but I do not believe the atmospheric disturbances, which Nikola Tesla observed, came from it, and I do not believe that Tesla thinks so. They came from some planet, that is all we HER VOICE GIVES OUT Mme. Sembrich May Never Be Able to Sing in Public Again. HER ENGAGEMENTS CANCELED She Will Retire to Her Home—Her Voice Said to Have Been Overtaxed. San Francisco, March 26.—Mme. Sem brich may never sing in public again. Her physicians have advised her to cancel all engagements and retire to her home in Dresden for a rest. Mme. Sewbrich will start east to-morrow. Manager Graff has disbanded the company and the, entire or ganization will return to New York. Mme. Sembrich was attacked with se vere throat trouble in Salt Lake. Her vole© is said to have been overtaxed. AN AFFRONT FOR FOSTER IGNORED £BY HOME COMMITTEE Opposition •to Commlni in Polk ;. County May Fade En >**V tirely Away. '-V : •'■ ■ i Special to The Journal. Dcs Moinea, lowa, March 26.—An affront of a most significant nature was given to Sidney A. Poster, the Dcs Moines candi date for the governorship against A. B. Cummins, at the meeting of the repub lican county committee for the purpose of fixing a date for the primaries and the Polk county convention. The date of the primaries was fixed for April 27, and that of the county convention for May 4. The state central committee has not yet met and fixed the basis of representa tion and hence in making the call for the convention it will be necessary to leave the number of delegates to the state con vention undetermined. There is a feel ing among the Cummins men that the state central committee, which is dom inated by the machine faction, is purpose ly delaying the meeting of the state com mittee in order to embarrass Cummins by prolonging the contest between Fos ter and Cummins in Polk county. Mr. Foster indicated he elded with the state central committee by writing a let ter to be read at the meeting of the county central committee, in which he protested against fixing the date for hold ing the primaries or the convention. The committee looked on the letter as an ef fort to lay the foundation for a complaint that Mr. Poster's candidacy was not re ceiving fair treatment in his own county. When the chairman read the missive from Mr. Foster it was entirely ignored by the members of the committee, who proceeded to fix the date for the pri maries and for the convention without even receiving or referring to It. It is felt the disposition of the members of the committee is so apparent that Foster is likely to make but a poor showing at the primaries. Indeed, it is freely pre dicted that Fosters name will not go be fore tha state convention, and there is talk of his withdrawal. An important question to be settled at the primaries is the abolishing of the primary system and the adoption of the old caucus system in its stead. Not being hedged about by any state law, the pri mary system has proven very unsatisfac tory. VILLAGE DAM GIVES 'WAY FLOODS XEAR MA.MTOWOC, WIS. Tension at Saol&ville Relieved by a Break in the lee Gorge— Other Points. Manitowoc. Wis., March 26.^-The dam on the East Twin river in the village of Mishicott, suddenly gave way yesterday and it is estimated that the sudden over flow of water did damage to the amount of $15,000. Houses were completely turned around. Three bridges, one in the vil. lage and two just south, were badly dam aged, and it will cost over $6,000 to re pair them. The top of the dam is entire ly destroyed, another heavy loss. The water is five feet deep on the main street of the village, and all cellars are submerged. The village of Saukville has been cut in two by the flood and the railway sta tion cannot be reached from either side. Excitement ran high last night and Port Washington was appealed to for help. Families are leaving their homes by the score. Milwaukee, March 26.—The heavy rains and thaw throughout Wisconsin the past two days have caused high water in many places throughout the state, and as a result several business firms have been compelled to suspend operations, tempo rarily at least. The flood in the Menominee River valley in this city is higher than for years past, and several of the factories are unable to operate. Piggsvllle. a Milwaukee sub urb, is under water again and the streets and yards of the town are inundated. Oshkosh, Wis., reports the lowlands all covered with water, and on the road be tween the city and Neenah the interurban track in many places is a foot or two un der water. A small patch of the ice gorge at Sauk ville gave way this forenoon, partially re lieving the village. The water which cov ered the sidewalks last night has disap peared, but the river has swollen and there ia yet much danger to the bridges and property along the Milwaukee river between Saukville and thte city. Fear is felt for Grafton and Thiensville, which, will be in the path of the flood when the gorge gives way. A special from Shebflijgan. Wis., says the ice in the Sheboygari river has loos ened ud and began its downward course. The water rose to about three or four feet and the Lyman flats, the Sheboygan Pea Canning company and American Fold ing Bed company are under water about four feet, thereby suspending all opera tions. La Crosse, Wis., March 26.—The Ice -went out of the La Crosse river yesterday with a rush.overflowlng its banks in many places. The bridge of the Burlington road over the river is In dan ger of being washed away, and a crew of men are at work with dynamite breaking large pieces of ice to save the bridge. The Mississippi is also rapidly coming up. It Is thought that the Ice will break in a day or two. The heavy rains of the past two days, It is feared, will result in great damage. The country roads are reported to be flooded, and farmers are suffering. The North-Western tracks were wafahed out at Grand Crossing, and trains are unable to jj'Jt to La Crosse over that road. Passengers are obliged to go to Onalaska to board a train. Special to The Journal. New Richmond, Wis., March 26.—After three days of steady rains the great vol ume of snow is rapidly disappearing. The expectations of unusually high water are being tealized all through this section. The Ice is breaking up 'here and is going ' out gradually. There is no danger as yet. Desert Water Plants. One of nature's curiosities of plant life, the so-called "water-barrel" of the des ert is a species of cactus which is a liv ing spring, containing within itself a con siderable supply of pure water. But better even than this water to quench the thirst is "Golden Grain Belt" beer. Brewed from the purest barley malt and hops, it is clear as crystal and as delicious as aay thing can be. Its mildness of flavor makes it especially pleasing to invalids and others who cannot drink "heavy beer." To get a case, telephone "'The Brewery," 486 Main. If you wish to be perfectly healthy, drink this be&r constantly with your meals. G. GOULD'S SCHEME Big Western Railroad Combination 4'Progressing Favorably." GREAT WESTERN IS NOT IN IT But It In Said Mr. Stlekney'« Road Is Considering Some Kind of a Proposition. New York, March 26.—George Gould's plan to become the head of a combination of railroads capitalized at $300,000,000 is progressing" favorably, says the World; his plan meets with the approval of J. Pierpont Morgan, the Rockefellers and the Harriman syndicate. Continuing, the World says: The unification of the Gould system of rail roads under the control of the Missouri Pacific will include the Missouri Pacific, the St. Louis & Iron Mountain, the St. Louis South western, the Texas & Pacific, the Interna tional tc Great Northern, the Wabash, the Missouri, Texas & Pacific, and the Denver & Rio Grande. It may be found, too, when the negotiations mave been completed, that the list includes the Illinois Central, tha Chicago & Alton, the Chicago &. Eastern Illi nois, the St. Louis & San Francisco and tha Kansas City Southern. The Railroad Securities company, which was organized several weeks ago by Kuhn, Loeb & Co., E. H. Harriman and George Gould, will acquire a controlling interest la •11 of the companies, and will operate them as one combination, though their corporate integrity will be maintained. An Important Link. The Rockefellers and George Gould have reached an agreement whereby they will Im mediately set about the construction of a railroad from El Paso, Texas, to Santa Rita, N. M., and thence to Santa Fe. The impor tance of this new line in any plan for ex tending the power and scope of Missouri Pacific can be raldily understaad when the fact Is taken into consideration that El Paao is the west terminus of the Texas & Pacific, which is controlled by the Missouri Pacific, and Santa Fe Is reached by the southern most branch of the Denver & Rio Grande, so that such an extension would connect the Texas & Pacific with the Denver & Rio Grande, a very important link in Gould's chain of southwestern railroads. Great Western Absorption. The arrival in New York from London yes terday of Ansel Oppenheim, the first vice president and practical manager of the Chi cago Great Western railroad, familiarly known as the Maple Leaf, led to rumors that George Gould contemplated purchasing that road. Mr. Oppenheim had said: "Consolida tion is becoming the order of the day. So far as our line is concerned, there are negotia tions now pending which may result in the road's being absorbed. But all I can say at the moment is that every shareholder will be protected." George Gould, when asked if he contemp lated purchasing the road, answered: "Most assuredly not." A Significant Conference. Salt Lake City, Utah, March 26.—Presi dent Burt of the Union Pacific, President Hays of the Southern Pacific, Vice-Presi dent Bancroft of the Oregon Short Line, and Traffic Manager Benjamin Campbell of the Oregon Railway & Navigation company, have left feere within the last three days for New York to confer with B. H. Harriman. PEOPLE'S W|LL DEFEATED Seuator Hanna'i Comment on the - Deadlock In. Nebraska. :./. Ifeui York Sun Special Strvic* ■ .-' •■■>' '■ ,'• New York. March 26.—"What do you think of the deadlock in Nebraska?" Sen ator Hanna was asked. He replied mus- ingly: Well, they still seem to be fighting. It 1b a pity. The republicans made a great strug gle out there. The victorious struggle the party made for the legislature in Bryan's own state has been futile. The people of that state have voiced their (desire to be repre sentd ir. congrss by two senators, but their victory has been rendered fruitless so far because of the situation which prevails there. I wish to deny the charges that have been made in some newspapers that 1 wanted to see Addicks eleoted in Delaware. I have no interest in Addicks or auy other particular man. CONGER'S RETURN G. A. R. Will Give a Reception of State-Wide Significance. Special to The Journal. Dcs Moines, lowa. March 26.—Prepara tions are being matured to give Minister E. H. Conger a magnificent reception on his return to this city. Kinsman and Crocker posts of the G. A. R. intend to ar range an excursion to Omaha, where the minister will be met and escorted to Dcs Moines. It ia the purpose to make the event a state affair, not merely a local one. Committees are now at work ar ranging details. Minister Conger is ex pected to return from April 15 to April 20. PAID XO TAXES v Hundreds of Tracts In Stutsman County Hare Escaped for Years. Special to The Journal. Jamestown, N. D., March 26.—Through the efforts of County Auditor Niemeyer a large amount of what was once govern ment land and which has been escaping taxation will be listed on the assess ment rolls hereafter. This land lies in the five eastern ranges of the county, and is within the jurisdiction of the United States land office in Fargo. It is estimated that not less than 20,000 acres in tracts ranging from 40 to 160 acres have never been placed on the as sessment rolls, and at a low valuation the county has been out $10,500 in uncollected taxes which should have been assessed ;.and collected since 1893, 1894 and 1895. Auditor Nlemeyer became convinced that not all the land liable for taxes was on the list, and accordingly had the Fargo land office prepare a complete list of all lands in Stutsman county upon which final proof had been made. A compari son of the list and the records in the office here Bhowed that the owners of 180 parcels of land were not paying taxes. It is thought an investigation of the tax lists of other counties may show a similar state of affairs. A BRIC-A-BRAC SALE Fine Collection of Article* of Virtu, Ceramic*, Paintings, Etc. A bric-a-brac auction sale going on at 520 Nicollet avenue, is proof of the per ennial popularity of these sales, for the chairs are filled during the sale hours each day and the bidding is often very spir ited. Among those attending may be no ticed many of the wealthiest people of the city and indefatigable collectors who ex amine the goods offered with eagle eyes. The principal offerings are oil paintings of which there are hundreds of the popu lar type. These are supplemented by smaller collections of objects of virtu, furniture, sculpture, hammered brass and copper, cut glass, German colored glass, China and tapestries. The furniture and ceramics seem to interest the public most and these have sold well. The porcelains include Royal Sevres. Dresden, Royal | Vienna. Limoges, Wedgewood and other famous makes both ancient and modern. Many of the ivory miniatures shpiy excel lent workmanship. A number of Limoges enamel medallions in miniature style are decorative in coloring and subjects. They are framed in ormula. Several of the inlaid rosewood cabinets with ormulu trimmings are highly ornate and are filled with a large assortment of handsome cabinet treasures. Jewelry and small silver. The jewelry is of quaint and unusual patterns and the silver in novel forms. Tire collection is varied by ori ental goods, Japanese lacquer and carving, Chinese pottery and Persian metalwork, and by a few Indian curios. Among the best things shown are the in laid furniture and the Italian marble and bronze sculptures. TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 26, 1901. 11TO j>iiJfi J^^^^^—Jfrß&?aiJ^lßaMlaß^^B^JwMilMfl Jli*.^^^i liw' IBnlVfllSl 9^ S"3& ■Ci^'C'^L I I lull KKj^ "^^ p*iß BBnT;;LSft& 1 j< pji Sfc f« fifcw I I" 1 fIPHBw HHft2!'"FFßS2s?s§ How often these significant words are spoken in our great mills, shops, and factories by the poor girl who has worked herself to the point where nature can endure no more and demands a rest! The poor sufferer, broken in health, must stand aside and make room for another. a The foreman says, If you are not well enough to work you must leave, for we must put some one in your place." Standing all day, week in and week out, or sitting in cramped positions, the poor girl has slowly contracted some deranged condition of her organic system, which calls a halt in her progress and demands restoration to health before she can be of use to herself or any one else. To this class of women and girls Mrs. Pinkham proffers both sympathy and aid. When these distressing weaknesses and derangements assail you, remember that there is a remedy for them all. We have on record thousands of such cases that have been absolutely and permanently cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, restoring to vigorous health and lives of usefulness those who have been previously sorely distressed. Here is one of them. Miss Junglas' First Letter. . " Dear Mas. Pibtkham:— I have heard and read so much about your wonderful medicine I thought I would write to you and tell you all about my sickness. I hare been sick for four years with womb trouble, fl 1 » '.-m,,.,..^ ii fl have whites, sick headache, pain in my back, and I : 4£@frffiffi££§k^*-'' *n "g"^ and left side of abdomen, feeling of full- I i^^^^^^^^W ne3S in vagina, am dizzy, weak and nervous. I I 'MSfMsm&&[ \£ nave used many patent medicines, but found very iflSraKaT jfc little relief. Please give me your advice."—Miss Jt&sffiSrZi3i®> Katie P. Junglas/Ncw Salem, Mich. (May 4th, I 'ftg\ ■:"':"■ ***]/■ Miss Junglas' Second Letter. I* f q§p|k^ J " Deab Mrs. Pinkham :—I write to thank you I wfrfc^ for the good Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable jm#S!mSi& Compound and Sanative Wash have done me. _jri& WM3?£^_ It is now six years since I was taken sick. I had E^ - reSP* falling of the womb and ovarian trouble, I | [ MISS KATIE P. AS. suffered untold pains, sometimes was so bad that ' "-.'.■■"..'.." ..■ -. ■. . -/I thought I could not live. I used the Vegetable Compound.faithfully and am now well. • If you like, you may use my letter for the benefit of others,"—Miss Katie P. Juitocas, New Salem Mich. (May 12th, 1900.) ' $0B jS|% Mb 0b IIPIII ABA Owing to the fact that some skeptical H mm ttVi MM KB"WEEM XI I Pe°Ple have l rom tim= to time questioned Bgfc B Hma H M IthlimiV the genuineness of the testimonial letters ■■Hlh BHI , ■■•..' . , , we are constantly publishing-, we have ••■■■•-. tS El £1 IMFJ PI deposited with the National City. Bank, of Lynn. Mass., $5 000 ' IBllllHl- which will be paid to any person who will show that the above W WmJ WmJ M testimonial is not genuine, or was published before obtaining the • , m^ mr 1 ™- writer s special permission.—Lydia E. Pinkham Mkdicins Co ROBBED A MISER Sa v iiiK'N of a Lifetime Stolen From Hugh Brody. Special to The Journal. Cedar Rapids, lowa. March 26.—Hugh Brody, an aged miser, living near Marys ville, in Benton county, was robbed Sun day night of a sack of gold said to have contained over $600. Details of the crime are meager, but it is stated that three masked men entered his house while he was ill in bed. bound and gagged him and made a search of his house. .They found the sack which contained the savings of a lifetime and mkde off with it. There is no clue. Mr. Brody is over 90 years of age. Municipal elections in the first district Don't pay 25c. for a toilet soap when the best costs but 10c. You might as well pay a quarter for a dime. The costliest soap is no better than Jap Rose J&L. him mm] Soap This is Kirk's best soap! Made of pure vegetable oil and gly cerin. Delightfully perfumed. So pure that it is transparent. Yet it costs but a dime a cake. • Men Lacking Vitality dg£^^^ Suffering from the effects of youthful follies or Indiscretions, or from loss of rigor £gSF*em\ caused by later excesses are Invited to call at my office, or to write me no matter V3r * how many doctors or kinds of medicine they may hare tried without relief By : !■ -jttfjMj my special treatment a permanent cure Is. In most Instances, effected In a sur- H|^Bt.«* prising short time. I have a record of 33 years' successful healing of blood skin •; ■ Mfe^wil kidney and private diseases, and for 16 years have been located In present offices.' "4 f£liaß!l I TREAT LADIES suffering from any form of Female weakness painful or /■ M irregular sickness, and permanently restore them to health. Free Constitution "'''" J[yßsSSm Call or write for list of questions. Home treatment safe and lure ' mDOOTOR WYATT, ■ E^SJCir^safiSi ' ' Mlaneauclia Minn ; >;■ • Office Hours-9 m. m. to Bp. m. Sunday 10 a. m. to 12. ***V"F ""*• *liluu resulted in almost complete victories for the republicans. At Anamosa the entire ticket with one exception was elected by close majorities. In Toledo the entire ticket was elected. In Marion the demo crats elect the city attorney and one of the four counciJmen. In Vinton there was hardly any opposition to the republicans. NO SIGN OF UPRISING. Washington, March 26.—"A1l talk of aa uprising of the Indians in the Pine Ridge and Rosebud Indian reservations in South Dakota on account of their rations being reduced one-third is absolutely without foundation," said Assistant Indian Commis sioner Tonner. "Of course they are doing some grumbling, but au Indian always grumbles."