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Ets aLLRnse RHEUMATISM or Kidn ;, or loss of flesh-you ( blood. There is not a ( thin, 'weak, wate are brought on t wholesome condi fastened itself up great endurance, regularly, lungs healthy, that do begin by strengt known to media THEI Psematism Twisted Him Out of Shap He Suffered Agonies-but Blood WI Cared Him. ROCHESDER, N. Y, Gentlemen:-- was crippled with rhe matism from Sept. 1st until April 1st, I was unable to walk or even help sm self in any way. After taking part of bottle of "Blood Wine" I began to I prove, and after taking' two bottles am entirely cured. Would be pleased have any one call on me at any time f Information." Yours. *E. S. LECKY. 56 Sanford St. His Consumptive Lungs Were Made Stroi and Healthy by Blood Wine. ALBANY, N. Y. Dear Sirs:-About December 15th Ia a severe 'cold fastened. itself on n lungs, and my family history, from physical standpoint, is bad, my mothu brother and sister having died at a cox paratively early age from phthlsls. became greatly alarmed, naturally, mo especially as the pains In my right Iu were Intense, mainly at night. On or about December 23d a newsp it t per friend enthusiastically recommend "Blood Wine," and, acting upon his a vice, I procured a bottle at Wm. 'Sau ,US ter's Drug Store, 8 North Pearl S Mass. Albany. N. Y. The rst bottle aba ' BLOOD' u can have a free trial bol ne- that has made millions alike-"Blood Wine"-you WARD y7 ....~ .E..ra, WA.....CRUBCE, ITS GOL' - JUL W aug 4:ong4..regto ee brate.... 0.h.Anve. ay CLO8E THI EVENDI.. azanoa ...o . wa a4. s no ..........o.tam A Trial Bottl ey Disease, or bad blo night to start taking lisease mentioned here ry blood. Rheumatisr fy impurities secreted tion and you not only on a person whose b a clear "head and ' that are robust and c: their work of filtratiol hening the foundation, tl science for bringing IATION'S PO - lutelf stopped the hacking cough t ie accompanied my oold, and before second bottle was consumed niy l ceased to pain, and today, but sit ' days from the date that the cold I U showed itself, I am entirely free of ee so feature of the ailment that at the ouu y- threatened to throw me-into that dr a destroyer of the human family, t - sumption. .1 Respectfully, to . 1RANK ). WOOIW or 70 Central Ave. Terrible Case of Indigestion-Felt I Snakes In the Bowels. Another of BI Wine's Wonderful Cures. BUWFALO, N. Y., Feb. 10, 190 I am a veteran of the Civil War. st have suffered. for years from chrt I indigestion of a very bad form-so r, that for more than three years past a- moment that I would swallow a part I of food I would experience a sensal re in my chest like that of a trip hami ig pounding. I would have a gnawing burning sensation, and my food did a- no good. Gas would accumulate in ed intestines, and would cause a sensa d- like as .though I had a nest of sna Lt- crawling inside of me. I began tak t., "Blood Wine" about four weeks a o- have taken four bottles, and now' WINE If tie of the great medici of friends and no enemie: can get a bottle without i1 STEVI DAD A gethr te f i.so h hrhfenf ohuro , 'eeb an esosens,hnnn si hih er roontd enid'9s'nd history of the charo durng*h ps ,'eam~ 2aay$senlgreig esoa tesasite- meats,th e.' s chars renastuntheassi fsthr ethe fr.endsofteeuh r I Dd, weak nervs, dyspe "Blood Wine1ight now that is not eaused by t rn is a blood: dsesE -Uri in the ridneys= by the I ward off diaase =but i od was in perfect condi 1teady nerve, za stomach tpable of fuff Inflation o 1 properly, and all the o the corner stone of w1 about such rsulls. PULAR MEDIC hat gnawing and burning sensation has the ceased entirely, titre Is -no- more ac ng cuniulatiod' of gdi,1 and I believe thal een ' .Aood Wine" -wiNi e' any caseor in Lrat digestion. - N.SIM1hONB. ery 28 Lakeview AveL ead . on- Used By the 'Btire Family. AIJU'tN, N. Y. Have been taking your remedy, "Blodl Wine," and also may family, and we are greatly benefted by same: tt makes one - feel. hungry all the time. It is a greal Q help for those. troubled with indigestion. We have been able-to digest almost any thing since using your remedy. It h - certainly a fine remtedy for all toning ul I of the-system in general. Uif H. H. CAMPBELL. 8 a BNorth St. the icle ion Cured of Brysipelas. ner PS- $YRAoCDE, N. Y. a I had erysipela fe. face,_and par my chased one bott ..4Blood Wine," and ion found it very elelei6 for that trouble kes I can cheerfullyi0r tl mmend it to m0 lug many friends. Uo Ir. F. C. JARVIS. the 704 So. West ES ;FREE F ie that prolo stife-the n ;-the medicinethat is pleasf costing you od ' nt---afld t EN. ning of Waug- Church- was small, its his tory dating back to the organisatkin of '& Sunday scboor by Mr. Charles H. Lane, in a one-story house of two rooms on Massa, chusetts avenue between 3d and 4th -streets northeast. The first session was held March 13, 1853, being attended by a mother and babe; two boys and three girls. Four months later the formation of the church proper was-marked by the organization of a class of twelve by the Rev. James H. Brown, pastor of Wesley ChapeL Mr. John R. Zimmerman was leader of.this drst class. -During the summer the growth - of the church was such that the small house on Massachusetts avenue could not accom modae its congregation. -A tent was borrowe44rom Wesley Chapel and services were conducted under that shelter until the approach of winter ren -dered it necessary to procure more protect ed quarters. At this juncture Mr. Hanson Brown, who had suple the Arst meeting place, came forward and announced that he would build a home for the new church. This home was erected. on the spot where the tent atood and the present site. It wa$ named.for a prominent;bishop of the Meth. odist Episcopal Church. The present edi fice was erected in 1874, being dedicated October 18, durIng the pastorate of the Rev. Richard- Norris.. . More Ground Acquired. During the pastoratasof Rev. R. -N. Baer, the fourth before Dr. Maydweli, the house and lot adjoining the 'church were bought, the house being fitted 'up as a par'sonage. During its fifty years Waugh Church -has been served by twenty-three pastors, whose names follow? Rev. J. H. Brown, Rev. R. L. Dasiiuell, Rev. 0. H. Day, Rev. . R. - R. H. Hough, Rev. T.- M. Carson, Rev. 3. R. Effinger, Rev. B. N. Brown, Rev. H. N. Sipes, Rev. 3. W. Cornelius, Revs G. V. Leech, Rev. E. C. Merrick, Rev. G. G. Markham, Rev. J. N. Davis, Rev. E. D. Owen, Rev. R. Norris( Rev. J. 8. Deale, Rev. 3. R. Wheeler, Rq. W. Downs. Rev. R. N. Baer, Rev. J. APrice,. Rev. A. E. Gibson, Rev. E. O. Eldridge, Rev. G. E. Maydwell. The church has been prosperous and the early mortgages have al1tbeen paid and the edifice is entirely free from debt. The Sun day school room has lately been completely renovated and tastefully rescoed, *nd Rev. Maydwell proposed tb@it Keveral itnorial stained glass windows be plaee- in the church In remembraneg, of the~work of a number. of its mot :pL~y p nIn the past. But this wastge&.sde ythe ocB cers of the church 1naff,sr of-h eiaeetioa of a new home - akto cost between $4000- and ,aaa&.w last Sanday half the money for 4heavrpPse was-pledged at the 1morning:alse p -Oo Re.GeorgeWW MpeintWha has beena atr fWa the the D,infil *arty eauth. BeL a ~e.. Of the CkV Cpiega @f 3. begi dhe Without Cbst sa, ecema, ples cata It cures all these dis lisesise in the blood W c Acid in the blood. Br 4ood and thus . It goes. ourish and protect evi tion. IF YOU WANT' able to properly dige F nature's life giving cz ther organs of the body ich is the blood, and IE-1111iMAKES Another Almost Supernataral Cure of KM my Disease by Blood Wie.. Theusand Speak as Mr. Roeney Does. BUFFALO, N. Y., Feb. 15, 1900. I'have for some time past been troubled with kidney and- liver disturbance. - Though skeptical, I was i'ndi*d to try "B1Rod Wiue." It acted as If by magic; so quickly, In taot, I couldn't hardly be lieve it myself. It is all It is represented to be, and I keep "Blood Wine" on hand all the time. Prof. JOHN H. ROONiLT. Nuggnt Baths. Had Kidney Disease-Blood Wine Cared It. BUFFALO, N. Y. I can't praise "Blood Wine" too high ly; It cured me after other remedies had failed. I suffered With kidney and liver trouble, besides my blood being very thin. Six bottles of "Blood Wine" made me well and strong. I say to every one troubled as I am, use,It. D. ELDRil!DG. 1611 Broadway. Grip Nearly Cost Him His Life--Blood Wine is What Cared Him. SALWANY, N. Y. I was laid up with the Grippe and had terribi pains in my _ciest; when I breathed it hurt me very much. 'I tried *OR ONE iedicine that cures as nothi nt to take-that is inexpens prove for yourself that it .i a. Ave. E HAS A HIGH RECORD EOENTLY' fPPOINT$ED e$BIwr ANT TO THE ATTORNEY GE1RAL William A. Day Has Been special Counsel for the Interstate Coln merce Commismion. William. A. Day, whose nomtnation.to be assistAnt to the Attorney General was re cently-unanimowsly confirmed by the Ben ate,'was born In Delaware. 'He is a gradu ate of tha Harvard Law School. Soon after completing his legal studies he located at Champaign, Ill, engaging In the 'practice of law. He soon became prominent In both law.and politics. Re 'm'as etWas -a ina ocrat to the lower house of the lBlinqis leg islature, ands Ia that body .served.as.-ebar man of the n" a oonee Judlary and tEas@ortatloe. His service iI.Ms capasity gave him the opportunity to become Lamil las u'.h snattse of tranG3ertatieb. Do0e. aftet the oless of hi. tenas as a legMtnr though a 4eimomh, ha wla letnasd r df his hem sDng. r0aaaa wsege re formet oft 4n.s -RI rh, weak lungs, have ases and dozens of le eak lungs and consump ight's disease and oth Keep your blood in a rry organ of the syste ro GET WELL, be str st all sorts of fod, a 11 ygen, kidneys that are working in perfect ha 'Blood Wine" Is the me WONDERFUL various remedies, but did not experi .ence much relief. I saw "Blood Wine" advertised, and I made up my mind to try it. Well, I llave got to give rs where It. ld -yde, ean;,tht-lis to 1o Wine." the boss of them all. 'Two bot tles cured me completely..and left my Jungs in better conditio'itIasn eves.-: I always keep 1 bettle on- biad, as it is a' good 'stimulant 'to tae. whether any-, thing is the matteror not. (IA8. A. ROSS. 166 Bradford St. Suffered for 25 Years-Couldn't Get Relief. Now Almost Well After Taking a Psw Bottles of Blood Wile. ONEOA. N. Y. Feb. 26, 1908. Your favor received, and in reply I will say that I have taken "Blood Wine" since atout the 28th of last month (Jan uary). When I commenced I was very nervous and weak, and had tried most' everything I cold hear of but nothing seemed to do me any good, but since I took ."Blood Wine" I can walk seven or eight miles a day, and don't feel tired. My stomach bothered me bad, but now I eat anything. My heart bothers me some yet by spells, but nothing to speak of what it did when I commenced taking your remedy. I only weighed 12 pounds; now I weigh 14? pounds, and WE EK. ng else cures-because it c ive, practical, sure to cure all we claim for it-by siml md 9th ern railroad, an extension of the Manhat tan elevated. Recently- Mr. Day acted as special attos ney for the government in a number of important oases Involving trusts. oorposer tions and- transportation matters. He ap peared as special attorney for the govern ment in the beef trust suit and in the Northern Securities merger case. In the latter case he orssexamined Harriman. Hill, Morgan and other railway magnates, eliciting the causes of the panic of May 9, 1901. His work in these cases was so em cient and successful as to meet with the full approbation of the Attorney General. Mr. Day. is at present in St. Louis, en gaged in the trial of the Northern Securi ties merger case, His new position was created by Congress and is of great Im portance. The salary Is $7,000. Mr. Day has a large circle of warm friends in Washington. He Is a member of the ex ecutive committee of the board of governors of the iMetropolitan Cihab. Namingr the Kast. From the Newr York Times. After mature deliberation the captains of the big schooners with many masts have rejected all the more or less humorous sug gestions as to names for sticks unknown to the mariner. of other days, and have setted upon a perfectly commnonplace system of nomeigliature. The three forward -masts, they say, must be called the fore, main and missen, and the one furthest aft the spanker-four names with which every sailor is already familiar. The masts be tLween the missen and th e spanker are to be No. 4 No. 5 and No. 6. the numbers ris ing toward the stern. This method seems to -meet all presdtat and future requirements, and its advantages arE otbti1ens pyg the other Innovations that have been proei by people who regarded the new vessels se jokes. One humorist advised naming the masts after the days of the week, forgetting that seven mnay not be, the limit of the schooner builder's ambition. A seond wanted the catalogue of fore, main, missen and spanker prolonged by jigger, driver and pusher. The saiing of the big schooners Is a serious business, however, and it was necessairy to eliminate as far as possible the iesof confusion In the execution of erder.. rTs seenms to have been done. An Absolute Necessity. I weuld as ame tMt it atartleg et withs my **lesg books and grip as te start est em a trip grithese a s at tts Dssssa Metu in say valss,- sid a twWeseg.rna wae sauets a St. Ieb stsrdwqa bassa Why? Bess.s I have te put 10at aW3kseb et hos ast bseg hes. have te eat gsad bud aud -aasmesseho at eM .. et1a dar ase alst, se ho a uSe sa -e assie sAmmm *1K sad Spe set ht mig amrs Segee %mWb ta sbe I best sleplss nights ser ls because it tion are cauEed by r kidney troubles good, rich, thick, m. Disease never mg, healthy, have teart that pulsates sound, plump and rmony, you must st effectve means CURES. think It a good remedy for stoaach trouble and nervousness. I think It could afford to continue takg Wine" for a longer It would curs me al right. noopis t has both ered me for = years, and I -annot st pect .to get over It in a few months, but the qffp ct produced by"Mood Wine" In this daort *no at mshdee ltof co. -K. !a N. Y. P"wiive Proef Prem Jeshstwa. JOEmTrOW , N. Y. last November I had a ssvera attaest of the grip, which left me in a very weak condition. I was advised to try "Blood Wine," which I did. I purchased fve bottles at Cahli's Drug mere, and since takin them I have increased In weight and a well again. . GINWOD JOEW'I)WN. N. Y. I have been troubled with dfapepda for a long time. Last sammee I became worse; everything that I ate dturbed me. I purchased three bottles of "Blood Wine" at Chill's Pharmacy, and now I cannot only eat heartily and regularly. but am able to digest almost any article of food. JOHN . ArTWAr. ires by removing the -and appeals to all )ly calling at St. Independent Oil Co. -Aeore. a M...AI ON .Ma.. One of Washington's New Industries. Wu uiE& Pmevua wri.tasm W Fee eroM hy ee aeshad Qee- - Beceaae ther emstat t bust saes&%as sa the aemage. Beenaes the animal matter we -s is ass aml Becase all et sien aseeSe ss mme sa 5---- .Ir es have -mste ---- ee....- . Beca- they mest the .mas..=*s semismet hatter than ay sther ens Because they am the best aU4emls . s sens ePased lais er- ay o mther ... naa...ee aen gassi weth these gees si sfaq ether en. 3mmas whim yes hay .eu s ye. st nauea We handle witg-wasts is caed ..a aesp aM grsande seea give we. attmusise gises aml pcempt 4aivs. We are b.a.y-a-smt au teist e-----pate VIRST AlND "U" fEU. 3.3. TEON 1! UP 0S-. Nothhng can be more embar rassing or humiliating jo man or woman flisn - RED NOSE *RED FACE RED VEINS AD frritated or inlamed *emants.. of the skin are e r---- 51'sey ad safey~ an erd to a scientifle. waU== thorough treat -et and oetln.Thirty yeaer practc.ezsemc Cell or weits any rmennen aeg - 4owra: days. on H. WdEebury D). I., -M 11th, ear~ .~. Wan= in.