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1'AliK Sh EX. PENNSYLVANIA PAYS IN COIN OF REALM Hard Times Have Passed fori The Big Corporation, j Apparently. ! LOCAL ENVELOPES GIVEN. Employes of the Richmond division of the Panhandle drew their January pay envelopes today. For thf: first time since the beginning of the financial flurry, thf men received their salaries entirely in "coin of thf rciilni." Not j a piece of ".script" was to be found in J any of thf ( 1 1 v elojx s. This means that. M) far ai the I'anlianille railroad! is concerned, the hard times period : a thing of the past. TWO MEN ARE DEAD Pitched Battle Was Waged Between Police of Gary And Hungarians. KNIVES WERE THROWN. THE SHARP CRACK OF GUNS AT TRACTED REINFORCEMENTS AND POLICE MADE MANY AR RESTSONE OFFICER INJURED. Gary, lnd., Jan. It! Two 'aien arc dead and one policeman is injured, and several workingmon are disabled aa the result, of a pitched battle here last night between three policemen of this city and thirty Hungarian labor ers. Guns and revolvers were fired and knives were thrown. Though 9 outnumbered, the police made seven arrests .and stood their ground until reinforcements arrived, when thirteen more Huns were captured. The light ocurred in the camp of the Hungar ians and lasted for several hours. The firing attracted reinforcements. Po liceman Fred Nieller was shot in the rose. FIRE III HOUSE CAUSES JVIANS DEATH After He Had Extinguished Flames, Hoeflinger Died. Eaton. Ohio. Jan. It.. Philip Hoe flinger, aged ;.";, wan found dead this morning at his home on North Chetrfy f treet, where he had been living alone ttince the death of his wife about a ;-ear ago. Coroner O'Hara attributed the death to heart trouble. The supposition is that a lamp had exploded and set fire io the house, and that after Hoeflinger had smothered out the flames the ex citement caused his death. It Is be lieyed the demise took place on Friday. Thirty-five dollars In gold and SSOO in Tiotes -were found. He leaves two sis ters tn New Orleans and a brother in Germany. NEW DIRECTORY TO BE ISSUED SOON Delay Has Been Encountered By Compilers. John II. Nicholson of the Nicholson Printing company states that the new "Polk and company city and county di rectory wiil be ready for publication about the first of February. This di rectory will be by far the largest and most complete one ever issued in this city. The city directory has been com piled but the county directory is tot jet completed. The book would have lxen issued sooner but. it was neces sary to hold it until the directory of tho Homo Telephone company was completed. HOLDSJN ELECTION W. S. Clendenin to Guide Af fairs of Company. The annual meeting of the Rich mond Abattoir company was held to day. It is stated that the concern the past year did a most satisfactory bus iness and that the outlook for this year is quite favorable. W. S. Clen denin was elected president; J. J. Gepz. vice president; W. S. Kwry, secretary and manager; F. 0. Jurgen eh, treasurer and buyer. The fol lowing bouni of tii rect ins ed: W. S. Clendenin. W. was eleet l.. Thorn- burp. J. J. Oepj. John Maag. John Uutts. of Cincinnati. F. C. Jurgensen and W. S. Kwry. I. this concern! you, tead tarefoilv. w CaidweH'f Syrup Pepun U pontttvely guaran IipJ to core itsd:eestten, constipation, sick heal cbe, offensive brrath. malaria uui all diseases fiaiac from t tomac! jo jtle. AND MANY NJURED RICHMOND ABATTOIR FRENCHMAN BELIEVES IN MARRIAGE. DOES NOT i I If Y ! HI t Jv 'I lira, flttf lti 11 l. -m. ife r i Tlie French firm believer in Ambassador Jusserand, whose picture here appears, is a International marriages. Jusserand speaks by the book, for his wife, whose picture is also shown, was their marriage has been an ideal, happy one. TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS. (By Correll and Thompson Brokers. Eaton, Ohio.) New York, Jan. 1C Open High Low Amalgamated Copper r2:.4 GOVa American Car Foundry ?, i.-j. :;2i :514 American Locomotive pm2 4n'i :!!tt American Smelting 7s 7S 7:;'o American Sugar 1127H 11.". HH-j Atchison ,. .; 7J14 7.1 "si 71 '2 B. & O isi,4 syij ss 15. R. T , ... . . ... -la 1-)h 4 'j Canadian Pacific. 152 152-. 14',i's c & o .. , :, ci 14 c o. w r.ss r,- r.- C. M. & St. P. . . . . - ... 1 1 5 -s HI1.! 11414 C. P. & I , 22 22 14 21V, Dis. Sec ::4U ;y.v2 Lrie.. .. ( t a 45's l 7s 15' National Lead , 41! 40 Nev York Central 102 U 1U2'-.. V)o Ij. N 10014 3(K3-t imp. Norfolk & Western ;: f.! M. K. & T 21; 14 2tii,2 2:!'i Missouri Pacific 45 15 4 4 Vi Northern Pac. . . . . . . 12 1 1 127 124 Pennsylvania ll'i'3 1J71; 115's People's Gas M!t M S7'o Readinc: , 10!) 110 Mtl'.o Republic Steel 1SU lv, js " Rock Island 144 1434 14 Southern Pacific 7i". 7t.:!s 74"' Southern R. R 1 0 1 . 1u 10 '4 Texas. Pacific 21 211 l9-';-4 I'nion Pacific !25'i 120 12-t U. S. Steei :it) llnu L'!; :. S. Steel rfd f4Ts '.'5 " p:;n. Wabash Wabash pfd 17's Great Northern 122'- 121 121 u Call money 4 per cent, 2 per cent. Chicago. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS, i (By Correll and Thompson. Brokers. Eaton. 0. I Chicago. Jan. - Wheat, j Open. Hig'i. May lo2'-v lo."."s July !'77s !.v.s Sept Corn. Low. 102 1 1 Close. 1 :;-, '.t si , May July Sept. - -v v " I . . . . ;.v"'v ;,:t! . :.:tts Close. '41j CiOSto. 513. JT Close. Close. .7.17 Oats. Open. High. . . :.4t... May July 1 7 17 Pork. HiSj!. Lard. High. s.07 Ribc. High. 47 Low. St3.37 Low. $S.O-2 Low. S7.1T. Open. .S13.47 May Open. S-7 Open. May May U. S. YARDS. CHICAGO. Chicago. Jan. HI Hogs, receipts 40,000; 10.000. Light Mixetl Heavy Rough left fiver (i.v5s'. slow. Cattle, steady. Sheep 15.0OO. steady. Hogs Close. 14.20 fi $4.55 1.25 4,C2-2 4.25 4.62'i 4 201; 4.30 CHICAGO GRAIN RECEIPTS. Wheat, 21. Corn. :V.''t. Oats. 171 INTERNATIONAL HIS COUNTRYMEN PROFIT? an American girl, and Close in "-if!' - ",S it's 31 Vt 115)0 2 in 1 , 15 40a 101 100": C,7'i 2 15 126?i lit; N7S4 0St 3 IS 14 75 1 0 VI 10 125 It 1 17 12J1, Estimates. Corn, 373 Wheat. 24. Oats. 161. LIVERPOOL. Wheat Open "4 lower; lower; close 1U lower. Corn Open lower; 1; 1:3", low- el ese lower. Pittsburg Livestock. i'iltsburg. Jan. 1'. -Prime anil extra, -5.4;.".75. Common to fair. 3.' .;. 75. Veal. :i.'AXiiS.. 1 logs Receipts. O.ixni. Prime and yorkers 0-i.K(niyK Common and roughs, !.. Pigs, $iJM. Sheep and lambs Receipts, 1,X Good to prime, $4.753o.50. Fair to choice lambs. $3.00tg,'7.00. Indianapolis Market. HXUIi-Ar'ULIi LIVESTOCK. j HOGS. Best heavies $4..VVa 4.GO Good to choice 4.-K?4.r.5 ! BEEF STEERS. Good to choice steeis o.'av, M.. I! . . ... Z-i' i.2. .uruium 10 gooa sieers .. 4.ui, i..t 1 noice to fancy vearlings o'..fa 4.50;,-t.s BUTCHER CATTLE. lather t lioice to fancy heifers .. 4.00'y- 4.75' Choice to fancy cows :i.TaM($. 4..Vj Good to choice heifers .. 3.00? S.x5! VEAL CALVES. J Good to choice r.ot(? S.l Fair to good 3.00 n 7.00 ' STOCK CATTLE. Good to hy flceby feeder. 4.GUS EIGHTY WELLS IN OPERATION NOW Richmond Natural Gas Com pany Does Not Antici pate Any Trouble. PLENTY FOR THE CITY. There has been a better supply of natural gas in this city this winter than for several years past. President Hibberd of the Richmond Natural Gas company states that there is an ample supply on hand and that he does not (auticipate that the supply will dimin ish before tin- close ot rne winter. Lie Richmond Natural Gas company now has eighty wells in operation. Most of then are located in the Henry County held. During the past sum mer the company drilled twenty weils. Fair to pood feeders . . flood to choice stoekcrs Common to fair heifers. SHFEF. Clioice lambs Best yearling.- L'est sheep ".."!) ;7 4.00 . J.."ioc ;-.,' o 2.50 "a 3.00 .7a) 7. ''.- 1.25 rh .".00 Cincinnati Livestock. Cincinnati. Jan. It!. 1 loss Receipts. Tt.. Butchers. .4.1ii 4.. ".". Cattle-Receipts, Ml'; lower. Veals J..r0-'7 7.7.". Shfep $lri0''( 4.75. Lambs. .I.'.Vij 7. East Buffalo Livestock. Fast Buffalo. Jan. Cattle Receipts, 4-5; steady. Veal and calves. Sr. kww. .;'.. Sheep and lambs Receipts, lO.-t0. Sheep, $;;. f'.".r. I .iambs, cull to choice, &:iij. Hops -Receipts. 1 ::,!. Mixetl and Yorkers, ?4.".VH.K. Pips, .S4.5ofl4.7o. Heavies and rouphs. S:;.o4W Richmond. CATTLE. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) Best hogs, average 2r. lbs $4.a.Vt l-4 Good heavy packers . . . . 4.23 4.35 Common and rough 4.7j 4.1 Steers, corn fed 4.00) 4.50 Heifers rk'-W ?,." Fat cows 2.50!U 3.00 Bulls 2.7o(d 3.25 Calves 6.50 7.00 TO REVEAL SECRETS Summoned to Appear Before Interstate Commerce Commission. RESULT OF DECISION TODAY New York. Jan. It;. As the result of a decision made by Justice Hough of the United States circuit court today, j K. H. Ilarriman, the great railroad 1 magnate will be compelled to appear 1 . ' before the interstate commerce com missioner and answer all questions that are put to him relating to the pur chase of Union Pacific stock, in con nection with the divident of August, V.R.M?. It is believed that Harriman will be forced to reveal the secrets of his gigantic railway operations. Deaths and Funerals. M G L'IRE Bridget McGuire died Wednesday afternoon at tlie home of her daughter Mrs. .Mary A. Adams. :;ti North Fifth street, at the ago of 7t! years. Two daughters survive her. The funeral will be tomorrow morn ing at i o'clock from St. Mary's church. The burial will be at the cemetery of the same. Kindly omit flowers. BURDEN Susan E. Burden, died early this morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. P. Clements. 1222 Sheridan street, after a short illness, at the. age of 60 years. She leave aj number of children. The funeral will be announced later. LEIVE The funeral of Mrs. Cather- I iuo Leive will be from the home of ! her daughter, Mrs. Edward If. Egge- meyer. 24:1 South Fourth street, Fri day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. C. Huber of St, Paul's Lutheran church, and Rev. E. G. Howard of the English Lutheran church, will have charge ot the services. Friends may call aay time after Thursday noon. The burial will be at Lutherania. DRULEY The funeral of William H. Druley will be held Saturday morn ing at 11 o'clock at the Methodist church in Boston. The burial will be in the Boston cemetery. RANK DANCE SUCCESS. A large crowd attended the dance j given last evening at tho Pythian : temple by tho Uniform Rank. K. of p. The affair wns a complete suc- Tho uniform r dance on tho mtc will give an L'vening of w,-d- uescay. February 19. Vou needn't sntfer wl:?i atefc "bcaJaebe. indi gestion, conttipatjon or any ouier trotiblea aria ;,E from a disordered stomaca. Dr. CaldTrelJ'a s vrnf Pepsin will cure you and kep you weJ. Trr it keep it 00 var h- rer around. HARHIMAN FORCED j PALLADI U M WANT ADS. PAYUL NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to the citi i zens of Kast Germantown. Jackson j township. Wayne county and rotate of I Indiana, that I. Frank D. Lanirdon. the i undersigned applicant, a male inhabi ! tanr of said Stat" and over the age of -1 vars, of good nion:l character, an . beiiiiT .,n.i haviusj been ;, emit inn i: I' .-ident of said Jackson ton!i;( ! . nioi x nan r inety .;.ivn ' i -rt ceding she date of th v ill apply t the Hoar 'Commissioners of .-aid ' IhUUe'iiate'y application. of Counts un'y a' tluir I tiex' regular term Im h conimenet-s on the first Monday in February. U'ev for a license to t-ci! intoxicating, spir ituous, vinous and malt liquor: less quantitv than lie gal!oii in a at a time aaiit perti'ir tif : alii-- to ie drar 1 ivt ird- on the premises where sold, in ance with the provisions of an the Genera! Asseuibiy ef thi S Indiana. apjToved Marcii iT. 1 well as other laws of this State in force, thai I am and will 1 act upI owner and jit-op! i- '.or ef llO'V t i'.e .-at 1 Ci !l business and or partner of not all v ai'i nm .'. Ot!" f IS-' 1; 1 1 duct thereof. The precise location of the premises in which 1 tit sire to and w ill sell said intoxicating liquors should said license be granted inc. is as follows, to-wit: In the middle loom, which is fourteen Il4i feet front by twenty-eight 2 feet deep, on the ground floor of a two storj frame building, situate on lot No. 24, in block No. f. and in ward No. 4. fronting on Main street, south side thereof, in said Kast German town, Jackson township. Wajno coun ty and State of Indiana. FRANK 1. BANGDON. 9-16-2:.'. GIRLS' TEAMS DIO iT MEET TODAY It Seems That the Show Girls' Basket Ball Team Was a Press Agent's Vision. BROILERS ARE TOO TIRED. 1 HIGH SCI OL LASSIES WERE EX CITED OVER MATCH AND ASK ED MANY QUESTIONS OF WILD EYED SPORTING EDITOR. Notwithstanding the fact that the average newspaper man watches with distrust every move made by a theat rical press agent, these smooth indi viduals every now and then succeed in breaking through the city editor's guard of caution. "The Girl Question" press agent succeeded in getting in his deadly work here this week. It was done thusly. He was indi rectly responsible for an innocent looking "piece of copy." which pur ported to be a challenge from the "broiler chorus' basketball team to the Richmond high school girls' basketball team. With dressy headlines this chal lenge was printed and here is where the trouble starts. The challenge was accepted yester day by the high school girls and this morning the telephone bells rang mer rily and the sporting writer of th? Palladium was besieged with queries from the fair members of the high school team as to where the game would be played. "Would those awful boys be permitted to witness the con test?" "Did the rules provide a foul lor hair pulling?" then there were many more questions. To cap the climax. Mrs. Swisher, manager of the Gennett theatre, came to tlie Palladium office and asked for information concerning the game. Sho stated that the high school girls had been questioning her about the contest but she was unable to furnish any in formation. At length the wild-eyed sporting writer got into communication with Manager Dolan of Tlie Girl Question, and asked him if his "broiler team' was ready to meet the high school girls this afternoon. Mr. Dolan was aston ished at the question, but when it was explained to him about the challenge issued, he "tumbled." With a laugh. Mr. Dolau said. "Call the game off. My girls are too tired to play. They have to do a lot of dancing in the show to night." Marriage License. George Dowell Kins to Angela Free man. Edward Scharff to Josephine Maag. William Ralston. William Can co. William Need ham. P. Bundy to Elizabeth M. Albert Davis to Maegie A. Bussort to Laura A. High School Notes. Although Prof. W. D. Waldrip of the bistory department is still suffering with the grippe, he was able to hear ais recitations yesterday and today. The students of the high school are working in earnest now, as the end of the term is drawing near. Many who have made poor grades during the first part of the school year, will try to make the last months grade high enough to pull them through. How ever, very good work has been done this term by almost all the pupils. The only 100m at the Richmond high school which will have one of the Turner pictures, will be that of Mis? Hawkins. The pupils in her assembly room, with the aid of some of the oth er rooms, have been able to sell enough tickets to obtain one of the fine pic tures exhibited at Garfieid school tht past weeJc. Miss Hawkins has select- 'ed one futiued "Th- Colioene Ca'hc- Today's 1 11 H Class!- 1 j WANTED. 1 L i W XTI-:i--Re,el the story of how 1, made $ is. otto jn '0 months in the. Mail Order business at home. My j tirst advertisement cost onlv fiOc. Age. se and location make no ; 1 1 - ference. Anyone can do the work. Address, Mutual l'ress Association. 21 Gold street. New York. IC-ltt WANTKD To bt.rrow "B' are Palladium. Address 15 7t WANTED To do washing. ironing and plain sewing. Call at 912 N. 12th street. - 15-2t WANTED Situation to assit with housework, or as hounekeeper in a home-like place by an experienced middle-aged girl. Best of referenc es. Address", 175. Cor. Bridge A.ve Fairview. 15-2t WANTED To loan on long time. $600 to $1,000 of church and cemetery funds. E. Benton Wagner, Milton, lnd. 14-nt WANTED Hay and straw to bale by John H. Bailey; call at 201 W. Fifth and Maple streets. 14-4t WANTED To loan $500.00, M. C. Benham. City. 13-Tt WANTED To trade Haynes touring car for city property. Prof. L. John son, Milton, ind. 12-7t MALE HELP WANTED YOUNG MEN to prepare for examination for RAILWAY MAIL and other GOV. POSITIONS. Superior instruction by MAIL. Estab'ished 14 years. Thousands of successful students. Sample questions and "How Gov't. Positions are Secured" sent free. Inter-State Schools, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. t-30t WANTED Cigar Salesman, exper ience unnecessary. $100 per month ami expenses. Peerless Cigar Co., Toledo, Ohio. 31-1 7t WANTED it you have horses you want to buy or sell, xislt Taube's barn, 126 N. Cth street. Shipping horses at all times. 2i-t' WANTED Men to learn barber trade, few weeks completes, 60 chairs con stantly busy, licensed Instructors, tools given, diplomas granted, wages Saturdays, positions waiting, won derful demand for graduates; write for catalogue; Moler Barber Col lege, Cincinnati, O. t! WANTED If you want to buy or sell real estate, or loan or borrow mon ey, pee that Morgan, Cor. 8th and N. E Btreets. Both phones. 12 tf 1 FOR RENT. FOR RENT A modem house; call at 303 North 13th street. lG-7t FOR RENT Five room and seven room fiat, modern improvements, at 25 South 7th street. Call at 33 S. 7th street. 16-7t FOR RENT Furnished rooms; also office rooms, with steam heat and bath, at the Grand. For gents only. 16-tf FOR RENT New house. 8 rooms. 40 S. Sth street; call 5 North fcth st. li-2t FOR SALE New Fairbanks-Morse two H. P. gasoline engine, pumping attachment. Bargain. Box 102. Greensfork. Ind. 1G-14: FOR RENT A house for two small families. ('all at 121.5 N. D street. 15-r,t FOR KENT- Furnished room. Pri vate entrance, steam heat and bath. H S. 7th. ir-7t FOR RENT Furnished front room for two gentlemen, hat and bath. : N. I 12th. 1 S Tt : FOR RENT A modern house; call at; j 303 North 13th street. 10-7t IFOR RENT Unfurnished rooms, suit-!" j able for light housekeeping, 220 N. ! i fth utrort lii.ifa ! FOR RENT 4 room flat, 1010 S. A street; call 21 South 10th street, I Phone 1067. 1-tf FOR RENT 5-room flat centrally lo cated, ground floor, electric light. bath. Benj. F. Harris. , FOR RENT Furnished room, electric j light, heat and bath. 220 N. 12th St. 20tf PGR RENT Double seven room ! house, 210 & 218 Soath 14th street. Eight room modern. 20 South lOth street. Kepler & Weller, Vaughan i Blk. 5-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Richmond real estate a specialty. Merchandise stocks, fire insurance. Porterf'eld, Kelly Block Sth & Main. 7tf FOR SALE Two iron beds, ice box. range for coal or gas. linoleum, mattings, and other household goods at 12-32 Ridge ttreor. H-4t "'OR SALE OR TRADE 160 "acres". l'a miles of Richmond; will sell or trad? for smaller farm. Ad drew "Farm.' care Palladium. 14-Tt 1K SAlt: Krvsh supply of sun-flsU and cat tish, delivered to all parts of the city, at Muhs. 1G South 5th street. Phono 15:15. ltt-3t FOR SALE HamNome marble-top idi-tai-.l ;:n ' ccnii r tables 115 N. "a si if-!. 16-St. FOR SALE Nie.' cak writing desk, timing reoni table anti chairs: er cheap: 1!.'. N. ltM street. H-?t FOR SALE- 1 louselield goods, em bracing parlor, bed-rootn. dinin room and kitchen furniture, carpets, linoleum, feathers, lace curtains, etc.. at a great bargain 0:1 account of moving out f the city. L. E. Leonard. 115 N. 10'h street. Ifi-St FOR SALE !' aero farm. $5" per ..ere. Six miles ..;' Richmond. So me. Richard'Saute. N. '.th street. Phone 105.. 10-2t FOR SALK Now i.tir lime 10 go to Texas Next excursion 011 Tues day. Jan 21i. Private -;;r. "Out law." This land is fine and section.-! an- being taken up cry fast. Thou sands are t;oinc from the north be cause of the possibilities. This land can be bought now for from $x tti $15 iier aeie. Will be more very soon. Come and go with lis. Ba'.l Pelt.. 15-7t FOR SALE 2t bushels Prime "lit tle Rod" tiover set d at $10 per bushel, sacks. 25c. Send P. O. rd or or check with order. Chas. A. Williams, Marlon, lnd. Reference, any Marion Bank. t0-l0 FOR SALE Antique furniture ami carpets, corner room. 4th and Main streets.. Antique Furniture Co. 10-7t FOR SALE Dining riom chairs; 22u N. 12th st. tablti aml nvtf FOR SALE Tuxedo suit in good coiv. dition. Cheap if sold at once. Call at Palladium office. 27-tf MISCELLANEOUS. HORSE SHOEING. Get T. P. Butler's prices on Horso Shoeing for 100S. janl 30t DRY CLEANING-Dry Cleaning and Dyeing. Richmond Dry Cleaning Co.. 10C4 Main. Phone W72. li-.TOtt POUND Check payable to James II. James; owner call on Crawford, at Kennepohl s, 307 N". D street. 15-St BOARDING Central location; heat, bath and telephone; 1106 Main at. 14-7t SCHOOL School of Shorthand and Typewriting. Mrs. V. S. Hlser. 33 S. 13th St. J'hone 577. 5tf FARM LANDS. All kinds, anywhere, J. Ed. Moore, ov. rr 6 X 7th street. JanS-Smo - 1 FINANCIAL. MONEY LOANED-Ix)w rates, easy terms. Thompson's loan and real estate agency. Wide stairs, 710 Main street. Bond's automatlo phone No. 1-wed-tburs-fri-sat-tf DENTISTS. CHE.VOWETH & DYKKMAN, Maaon Ic Temple. Automatic phone 2053. S tl FIRE INSURANCE. Richmond Insurance Agency, Hans N. Ko!l, Mgr.. representing the oldest and strongest fire companies, 71S Main, Telephone 1620. 14-lf PHYSICIAN. DR. EMMA GARDNER, Osteopathic physician, 23 North 10th street, phone Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Graduate A. T. Still school. jan6-30t OSTEOPATHY. DR. TOWN? END. North 9th and A. Lady assistant. Phone 1306. MONUMENTS AND MARKERS. Richmond Monument Co.. C E. Bradbury, Mgr., 3 North Sth Street. UNDERTAKERS. i II. R. Downing & Son. 16 N. 8th st. i2septCmo REAL ESTATE. ; R. L. MORE. Real Estate. Accident It i surance ana coicction: 14 N. irth. LAUNDRY. We can help make yea happy hon estly w can. Richmond Steam Laundry. Llood Poison, Rheumatism, Catarrh. A reliable remedy. All dru2ist3. I TLe KttBata Dlapraaiblef An operation lor to removal cf rh aioaia'-h. in a Chicago boapttal recently, promoted dia cuasion among tb inrrx'si whetlteT tae atom acn could be reqored and the patiit be bob m .-he worse tor it. Be tore tnediscwsion tad we'l Jied oot. the patient bad d'ed. It demonatratedi he ceuld ot livewithOBt ht enaeb. To keet r-e fretaarh to j:?od ccodition. and r-re cocti patics. iBiifMo. etc .ete the rnat herb laxa .he rorrnocB'S. Dr Caldwell Srrap F'ptia. 4rui-i!ta teii t at S3 ceati aa-3 fl bottja.