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Not a
Bald Head
"I hid a very severe sickness
thit took, off all my hair. I
chased a bo i tie of Ayer's
Vigor and am glad to say that
it brought my hair back again and
I am not today obliged
classed among the bald-heads."
— W. D. Quinn, Marseilles,
111.. Aug. 25 . 1899 .
fi
Uf
air
to be
Makes
Hair Grow
One thing is certain,—Ayer's
Hair Vigor makes the hair grow.
This is because it is a hair food.
If it were a hair stimulant simply,
it could not do this. You must
have food to live : stimulants can
not take its place. Ayer's Hair
Vigor feeds the hair and it grows.
It could not do differently, for
it's Nature's plan. It stops fall
ing of the hair, too, takes out all
dandruff, and always restores
color to gray hair.
$1.00 a bottle. All druggists.
!
Write the Doctor
If you do not obtain all tho benefit« yon
detiro from tho use of tho Vigor, write
the Doctor about it. He will teil you just
tho right thing to do, and will send you
hi« book on the Hair aud Scalp if you
request it. Address,
Dr. J. C. Ayer, Lowell, Mas«.
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TRAPPIC MANAGER.
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M ueM Ujunb Hjrnp. Tastes Good. Ute
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N. U., Salt Lake-No. 9. 1900 *
Th«* Inst of ihl V" artiol—1| ÜMI
Februarj' i entury is tlie ou« that will
doubtless attract the most attention. I
This is the iirst instsllmentof hitherto !
unpublished extracts from tiie private
diary of llr. R. K. O'Mearv, Napoleon
Ronaparte's physician at St. Helena.
Tho original manuscript of this jour
nal, in eighteen little volumes, has
come into the possession of the Ceutury
Co., nnd is found to afford a surpris
ingly large amount of new material in
the way of conversations with the ex
iled emperor. These ''Talks With Na
poleon" will form an important feature
of the Century during the year 1900.
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For \\ irt'le*tf Mte«*rlutf.
An invention for steering" any craft,
by means of an ether wave on the wire
less telegraph principle, has been per
fected. In naval war it is expected to
make the torpedo boat almost infallible.
In this respect it will
Hostetters Stomach
never fails to cure
gestion, dyspepsia, biliousness and
malaria.
piul the famous
Ritters, which
constipation, indi
Clei
ni L. Smith, in the February
■ricall Col
lege in the Twentieth Century, believ
ing that the time approaches when tho
present tendency to lengthen and elab
orate courses of study must tie dealt
with, and that school and college cur
riculums must he modified both in
length
lion.
Atlantic, discusses the A
nd in quality to meet the situa
ciTT or Tolzdo, I
County, f ss -
■v malt 1 s oath Unit ho Is the
-I* of tlm linn of l*\ .1. Cheney &Ca, |
In th» cuvet Ti'ledo, ('ounty :
aid, and that suit! tlrm will pay
Of ONI m s' DREI) DOBHAUS for st
each .I ml every t:i"0 of (aii rrh that cannot be
State of Oiii
Lire
Frank J. t 'i
non lor par
dointf bus
und Stute nf<
tho

cured by tho use of IIrI) Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me mid subscribed lu ray I
presence, this Öth day of December, A. D. 188d !
A. VV. • iREASON,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure fs taken Internally, and j
acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. .ICH E N1 ; Y & ( :< >. , Toledo, Ol
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[Sear]
Sniil bv DrmiviBiH
Hull's F;
»i the best
ly Pill
He—''I luive rather taken a fancy to
tlie Fiifrlish mode (if spelli hr-, as com
pared to ours." She "Yes?" He—"Ye*,
indeed. Take 'parlour' for instance;
! having TT ill it makes all tlie difference
in Ute world. '—Cottier's Weekly.
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TITK OKU* CURE THAT DOES CURE.
LaxuMvu Brume Quinine Tablets remove, ;
the muse that, produces Lu Grippe. L, VV.
Grove's signa un la on each b x. 25c.
At an anti-imperialist conference at
Philadelphia, President McKinley was
denounced by rabid speakers us a mur
derer.
:
M
. Winslow'« Soothing Syrup.
For children frothing, «offm» the gi
tlamumilou, allays pam.c
, rédui ra In
wiud colic. 2.'>c a bottle
The new military post near Seattle
will be named Fort Lawton, in honor
of Major General Lawt
I believe my prompt use or x iso's Cure
prevented quick consumption- —Mr«. Lucy
Wallace, Murquette, Kuu., Dec. 13
ti.
The Industrial commission has seat a
memorial to congress on the subject of
trusts.
A Hook
f'bol«re
Rerlpea
•v Co. Lid., I> »n lieHtey,
Pent free by Wa:tvr B
ila-l. Mention till. ;
Six hundred Yaqui Indians have been
captured by Mexican troops.
r r 1
pit'll
m s I!
kppps the hair soft and
the c.oi -r when may.
.a, llie heat cine for
B.
15CU.
The black plague is still unchecked
in Hawaii.
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• lie "CliHtigo or Life""., Lydians! tunk! i
ham'« Vegetable Compound.
FOR MIDDLE-AGED WOMEN.
Two Lett«*]
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" I)EAH M U». Binkham : When Î first
wrote to you I was in a very bad con
dition. I was passing through the
change of life, and the doctors said 1
had bladder and liver trouble. I had
suffered for nine years. Doctors failed
to do me any good. Since I have taken !
Lydia E. Pinkhaufs Vegetable Com
pound, my health lias improved very
I much. I will gladly recommend your
j medicine to others ami am sure that it
will prove as groat a blessing to them
•r it has to me."—M bs. Geo. IL Junk,
■#«'1 De Kalb Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
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Relief Came Promptly
"Dicab Mus. I'inkiiaii ;—J had been
under treat merit with the doctors for
four years, and .seemed to get no better,
1 thought l would try your medicine.
My trouble was change of life, and I
must say that I never bad anything
hel P uu ' so 'auch us Lydia E. i'ink
i ham s Vegetable Compound. Relief
! came almost Immediately
better health now than
I feel like a m-w woman, perfectly
I give Lydia K. Pinkham'a
pound all the credit, and would
I have
ever had. I
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j not do without her medicine for any
j tllin b'
several of my frit nils. 'J'ltere is no
need of women suffering so mutch for
Mrs. Pinkliam's remedies are
cu re. "
a sure is
bridge
i have recommended it to
I
Mahai.a
Bu n.Kit,
water. 111.
Another Woman Helped
" Df.ab Mrs. Piskham :■
E. Pinkln,
I
I took Lydia
'a Vegetable Compound
; during change of life and derived great
benefit from its use." M ARY E. Jam KB,
j 126 Coydcu St., Bradford, Pa.
FOR 50no
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will »end roa
■o-oi-ahi Mir*,
witi» h full leiitfth *
î alts A THBKE
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n Oi« nil I* «l|
fflon Hir-tiKlil joint«, yuuran
t«ed not to Isftk
oarefuilr packed in a
irfSTf ha V |?r»B.
if Hprln* < nlulojitc of
illuktruied |>Hi;««wiil bo
«irt of 15 conta, whveh pay* part of
funded on rocoipt of
oiH* wholoituio price*
ilia.id USE.
in i if I OUI» ANY,
>« lbii \\ . :«ladu«„
User
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Ulfr!
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JOHN M.
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ake the sume kind ,
in qualities; will
f fatteuiiig Hogs and Cattle .
v; should be sown In the !
inVucre- the straw after it Is
oil.v substance aud it is almost
tea per
Idaho.
JbfcT i
Order Stj ie No. 11. 1
ciiiLAtia, ill
CORN WHEAT
Will out- yield
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or
1: hi
fall
supert
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; 50 to 100 bu-i t
1 thra^bHfl has :
good bav
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cl 10c per pound o
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SHEEPMEN.
wrll
tor market reports on sheep and V\mb« lwar
Musltfaments *iltcHed ln KHOLLIS a uoomi, the
Exclusive sheep CommlsMlon Company at the Seat
sV>e«C' market la the world. Keusan Ul» fttock Tara«*
r
WEEK IN CONGRESS.
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and
sued
as
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of
called
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and
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went
come
that
the
at
given.
been
the
they
was
they
Open
I- «'liruury II».
House—The Porto Rican tariff bill
Is before the House and is attracting
much attention, because it will deter
mine t.he status of all our islaud pos
session.
The bill provides for free
trade with I'orto Rico.
Democrats aro
united against the measure and have
considerable Republican aid. The
resolution to investigate the charges
preferred by ex-eonsul to Pretoria,
Macrum,
was recommended for pas
■age.
Senate—The Hawaiian bill is before
the Senate, and its provisions were
discussed during the entire session,
effort being made to
whether, if the provisions of the const i
tution were ouee
an
determine
extended to the
islands, they could be withdrawn.
Fe! ruary '40.
House—The Porto Hican tariff bill is
under consideration.
Senate—The Senate passed n bill
granting to the state of Wyoming 50,
000 acres of land to aid in eont inuation,
enlargement and maintenance
of the
Wyoming State Soldiers and Sailors
Home.
Fifty-two private pension bills
were passed and also a bill granting
pensions to survivors of the Black
hawk, Creek, Cherokee and Seminole
Indian wars, between 1833 and 1843.
Feb»-1
ry SI.
House The Senate bill
for one woman
. .
| 8ent tlïe Daughters
: Revolution at the
st atue of Lafayette at the Baris expo
...
sillon was passed. Consideration of
the Porto Rico tariff bill was resumed.
providing
commissioner to repre
f the American
unveiling of the
on
one
. . , hold
ut iori7.iug the ( ape j * 0
nsportation. Bridge and De- !
vel opinent company to construct a a
bridge across the Snake river at Nome | to
City, Alaska; to incorporate the Ameri- after
can National Red Cross; to pay James
cause
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j Nome T
Senate—The Senate passed tlie fol
j lowing bills:
and William Crooks of Canada S5.000
damages on account of the seizure of | ßIrls
! by
!
the vessel Kurd Nelson, in 1812.
February 5S3,
House The house agreed to vote on ;
^ tlie Porto Rican tariff bill Tuesday, j
general debate to close Monday.
' sideratic
and
his
i
ours;
Con
'cu pied tho
;
of the measure
entire risiy.
Senate—A resolution to consider the
question of seating Quay of Pennsyl
vania, on
appointment of Governor | and
Stone, was passed by a vote of 34 to 28, j
which is considered a test of strength are
hen the ne
: and that Quay will l»e seated
question is brought to a vote.
that
ness
soul
nnd
February 2 1
House—I'orto Rican tariff hill still
under consideration.
.Senate—Bills
To aid certain stares to snpportschools
of mining; for the appointment of
additional T nited States commissioner
in tlie northern judicial district of the
Indian Territory; granting to tlie state
of North Dakota 30,00n acres of land to
aid in the maintenance of a school of
forestry.
ere passed ns follows:
an
the
I T.
A curious point in insurance law lias first
been raised in California in a suit filed the
rescuing nilla
two women from the Baldwin hotel
during the progress of the great fire in and
November. 18118.
Nei
1'oint HhIn«'«I.
by the executors of the estate of J. L.
White, who was killed while
A short time before his death White
purchased from the Mutual Life lusur
Rio
,
nuee company of New \ ork for «53,883 ; gant
itn annuity policy entitling him to j
j 83,fiOO a year. The law of New York
i enaute<1 in I87r> provides that annuities »11
are properties which may be divided j
Among the heirs of annuitants the same I
road
!
as other property
In the ease of i
White's policy it was not stipulated For
that no apportionment should be made
of the annuity in accordance with the
New York law and tlie insurance com*
and
Ing,
I any, when asked to pay the annuity
to White s heirs, disclaimed all liability
under the policy. The company has
now been sued to recover the amount
ias
alone
her
for
paid for the policy.
Agi.it
ild«
Captured But Turned I.oone.
There is a story in circulation among
Borne of the army officers who have
just returned to Washington from
Manila that the array actually cap
tured Aguinaldo in Cavite province as
a suspicious ' amigo,'* and, then re
leased him, only to hear of his identity I
after he had gotten away.
The ability of the Filipino leader to
make up as a Chinaman is said to bo
remarkable, and only a fellow native
is able to penetrate such a disguise.
Soliller Who Facort«*«!
Idifayftl«* I)«*»*«i.
At Northampton. Mass., H. K. Cook, I
who. as a captain of New York militia,
did escort duty to General Lafayette on
his trip up the Hudson river in isvt.
is dead, aged 97 years,
father of Captain Frank A. Cook, com
mander of the cruiser Brooklyn during
the late war.
lie
vas the
Kailroa«!» Do N.
Demi
I,ike
rail«' Nutlonul C«
Fixed
Date
At a meeting held
the executive committee of the West*
iu Chicago of
era Fassender aasociatiou it was de
rided to issue instructions t«i the var
*
ions passenger agents at Kansas City
lo wait upon the Citizen's committee
in charge of the Democratic national
convention and urge that the con ren*
tion date be changed.
Kailroa«] officials think a
was made in fixing the date for July
4 th.
listake
5 In Germany.
The coal famine continue« i
j many and artificial coal, from neat, i*
, being* made in
, ,
The Westphalian coal syndicate ac
. , , *. • , .,. 4 . .
! knowledges its inability to meet tlie
made upon it, but refuses to
raise prices further and warns middle
men against raising them.
(«Ml I
th
Ger
Kiel and Mannheim.
The Swan Laud
.nd Cattle company
:>f Wyoming i.s offering a bounty of >.'*!
! >n wolves and mountaiu lions, und Hi
per bead on coyotes.
].
know
of." said a prominent New Orleans
lawyer, "Is the 'work-at-home' swim
die. The thing has been exposed over
and over ("tain and has been hotly pur
sued by the postoffice authorities, but
as soon as It is suppressed in one shape
It bobs up serenely in another, and
It seems utterly impossible to get rid
of It altogether. My attention was
called to the subject lately by the ex
perience of a couple of young women
In our neighborhood. They earn their
own living, and have rather a hard
time making both ends meet. Some
months ago they saw an advertisement
In a Northern paper stating that any
intelligent person could earn from II
to |25 n week by work at home and
Inviting Investigation. They wrote
and were Informed that the work con
sisted' of making artificial flowers, for
which an outfit, costing 12.50 and a
book of Instructions at 76 cents were
absolutely necessary. The circular
went on to say that any one could be
come expert In a week's practice and
that the firm would then purchase all
the flowers that could be turned out
at a liberal scale of prices, which was
given. The two girls sent for the
things and applied themselves Indus
triously to flower making. They suc
ceeded pretty well, but the first con
signment they sent on was promptly
returned with a notification that it had
been 'rejected by the forewoman.' At
the same time It was suggested that
they secure some different material. It
was the old story, and, to cut It short,
they had Invested $6 in cash and
several weeks' time before It dawned
A CRUEL GAME
Open Poor Wunivn TIiAt Mftk* Bnnkn
Hireling He* pec table l»y ( «»ntparUon
"About the cruetezt fraud I
i
is
on them that they were being syste
matically swindled. They never sold
one penny's worth of work.
, hold of the matter for them, and tried
j * 0 bluff the sharpers Into returning the
! money. They answered my letter with
a a circular advising me to get my wire
| to try artificial flower making, and
after that I gave them lip. It is a
pretty cruel game, as I said before, be
cause it preys on
I took
of | ßIrls - B,ln c° steering is gentlemanly
! by comparison."—New Orleans Tlmes
! Democrat.
poor women and
;
j
Rejoice Alwrtj-«.
He that hath so many causes of joy,
and so great. Is very much In love with
sorrow and peevishness, who loses ail
these pleasure« und chooses to sit upon
his little handful of thorns. Enjoy the
blessings of this day, if God sends
i them; and the evils of it, bear patiently
for this day is only
ours; we are dead to yesterday, and w»
Guide
| and sweetly;
j
are no ' horn to the morrow.
ne ' ° L°fd. in all the changes and va
rieties of the world; that in all things
that shall happen. I may have an even
ness and tranquillity of spirit; that my
soul may be wholly iesigned to thy
divinest will and pleasure, never mur
muring at thy gentle chastisements
nnd fatherly corrections.
to
of
an
Without sacrificing the
terests of this number, the editor
the North American Review devotes a
genera] in
if
generous amount of space in the Feb
ruary issue to tlie Soutli African war,
the-subject which continues to be up
permost in tlie public mind. General
I T. M. Anderson, who commanded tlie
first American expeditionary force to
the Philippines, details the circum
stances which preceded the fall of Ma
nilla and the causes of the subsequent
estrangement between the insurgents
in and tlie American troops.
-
L.
Th« dining oar service of tho Denver &
Rio Grande Railroad is proving a groat
convetde tTe to tlie traveling publio. Kle
; gant dlnln|f cftrs are attached to all trains
to j leaving Denver on this popular road, where
meals are served in a manner pleasing to
»11 travelers, and at moderate prees. The
j •ojoyment of a trip through Colorados
I wonderful scenery that abounds along the
road is enhanced by the dining car and
ether conveniences that havebeun adopted.
of i
For lnformatton , tilne cards, rut«, etc.,
address S. K. Hooper, General Passenger
and Ticket Agent. Denver, or H. M. Cu»h
Ing, Traveling Passen er Agent, 1U9 West
Second South Street, Salt Lake City,
Annie Russell, the popular actress,
ias consented to have all her dresses
photographed for reproduction in the
March Ladies' Home Journal. Not
alone the beautiful costumes worn in
her play, "Miss Hobbs." hut herdresses
for home and sccial functions will be
pictured.
CASTORIA
VB
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
Bears the
Signature
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Thirty Years
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NEW YORK.
CASTORIA
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
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CENTAUR
'ffANY.
YOWW CITY.
]. Louis ZangwiU's complete novel la i
the February number of the New Lip- |
pincott, entitled "The Siren from Hath" j
* B a refreshing antidote to the Colonial
romance which has been so popular foi
some time past. Modernity, however, j
is not by any means the only merit in ;
Mr. Zangwill's half-humorous, half- |
pathetic tale of English life,
in
" i/eneral Grant's Administration
from tlie Standpoint of a Member of
His Cabinet." is a contribution to Mc
Clure's Magazine for February that
affords much new light ou a number of
interesting features sad questions in
recent political history. It is another
chapter from the personal recollections
of the Hon. George S. Boutwell.
Mr. Charles A. Connut, the financial
writer, contributes to the Review of
Reviews for February a brief article on
"The Treasury and the Money Market,,'
analyzing the peculiar embarrassment
vhieh the. government finds itself
placed by the country's general pros
perity. _
. _ .
a most interesting article on "Domestic !
" , I J
Life in the Philippines, by kathenne |
Table Talk for February opens with
dfe of an army
• gives, from practi- i
I
Hrainerd Barber, the
officer. The writ
cal experience, an insight into the home
life of the Filipinos which will interest
and amuse American women.
I
LtABASTTN T E Is the original
ami <.nly durable wall coating |
entirely different from all kal
Heady lor use in 1
i tem beautiful
tints by adding cold water. '
A

rhlte
I'
ABIES naturally prefer ADA* :
BA STINE for walla and ceil
ings. becam e It is pure, clean, ;
dur le. Put up In dry pow- j
clered form, in five-pound pack- |
ages, with full directions.
LL kalsomlncB are cheap, tern- >
porary {»reparations made from |
whiling, tiialks, clays, etc., j
and stuck on walls with de- j
caylnç animal glue. ALABAS
TINB la not a kalsomine.
EWARE of tho dealer who
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Bays he can sell you the "sama i
thing" as ALABASTINE or J
"something just as good." He 1
Is c*iiher not posted or is try
ing to deceive you.
!KT> IN OFFERING something
he hns bought cheap and tries
to sell on ALABABTINE'8 de
manda, he may not realize the
damage you will suffer by a
kalsomine on your walls.
BN SIDLE dealers will not buy 1
a lawsuit. Dealers risk one by j
selling and consumers by using
Infringement. Alabastlno Co. i
ow n right to make wall coat
ing to mix with cold water.
IIE INTERIOR WALLS of j
every church and school should j
be coated only with pure, dur- |
able ALA HA STINE. It safe- !
guards health. Hundred« of j
tons used yearly for this work.
N BUYING A LA BART IN E, j
customers should avoid get- :
ting cheap kalsomines under j
different names. Insist on j
having our goods in packages
and properly labeled.
A
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T
I pan«r is ob
ASTINE. It.
plastered walls,
wood cellijip:», brick or can
:,3 va. c \ A child can brush It on.
tH It doeb not rub or scale off.
UISANCB of Trail
Viated by A LAD
can bo used
rawsg STABt.TSHKD in favor. Shun
all imitations. Ask paint dcal
ist for tint card.
er or dru_._
Write us for interesting bo k
; N E CO..
Grand Rapids, Mich.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 & 3.5 0 SHOES jj» '° e »
rjuWorth $4 to $6 compared
F/ \ v/ith other makes. ,
ludomed by «ver
wib $
1,000,000
roarers.
The aenulne have W. L.
Dougia»* name and
stamped
l> r ^e r M
'Iake*.*r#'
ttom.
substitute cl. timed to be
Your dealer
tn as g.xid.
' * should kee
en
ill send a pair 1
■ipt of price an t 2 ?c.
S extra for carriage. Stale kind of leather,
7 s* e «i and width, plain or cap toe. Cat. free.
W. L DOUGLAS SHOE GO., Brockton, Mass.
WE
COtOR EYELETS
Ü BL guaranteed
rAlL^I ; I
lit)
ft
;cessful.
'atoms advertised
fr**« for clients,
is t« patentability. S> nd for
r. MU.OB. 5TEVÉNS4CO.,
. Washington, D.C.
Cleveland aud Detroit.
HClvtCO
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Established IS'.l. H17 14ih
Bium b oilit
Chics
DR. GUNN'S
IMI'ltuVEi)
LIVER
PILLS
ONE FOR A DOSE. C
peps!a, lie
lion, I'rev«
convince y
BOSANKO CO., Philadelphia, Fa. Sold by Druggist».
k Headache
ove IMuipiea,Purify flic Blood, Aid Dlgeo
•hh. Do not Gripe
, will mal , «amp o free ; i nil box
ri Dya
nt Blllo
Sicken, lo
DR,
w c rWlsmrw PENSION
im.KFOKD, WMflh'.iifftoii. 1 ). €.. they
will receive quick replies. B. 5th N.II. Vola
Staff lOth Corp«. Prosecuting Claim:» since 187 a
IF
DROPSY
NE W DISCOVERY, fftve*
quick relief and«
a:* and 10 DAYS
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Book of teat
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WILL KEF.P YOU DRY.
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Don't be fooled with a mackintosh
or rubber coat. If you want a coat
that will keep you dry In tha hard
est storm buy the I ish Brand
Slicker. I f not for sale In your
town, write for catalogue to
A. J. TOWER, Boston, Alas,.
NOT thcCHEAFEST "SI BEST
our factory can buiM for fit
mouwy. $*».»0 buy*the Buggyhera
illmtrrtte-i. frilly »quipped, with the
customer'll choice of either HLA\ Y
Rubber or leather quarter-top. End
^_,or Hrewsier cidc-barapiingH.'k inr
fCT* choice of color in painting, t'lotli
L'Uor leather triiume«l. The JBF.Hl
-- ... fÜL HICKORY ,'cM.we.l Rim Wheel»,
IW 1 b n My»™*! ^ or i inch trend, l ull 'en«ih
BriLMili. Ourpot. Boor, Storm ArBOK. WhUi 8«**,
Toe Rail, Hpiuxo Uncle, >ir*l L Line ltail. CrATHEB
Trlnime.1 Shntta. We li«.e veUU-le» from *» *•> «P,
luchidln. Ueed Cert a. Hoed « ««..na. s.ri-eya. IMi»
cteu.. Trap*, Sprlti* t\ agon, end Healneaa Ul.n.
Bhlppoil O. 0. 1>. en.t of lae Hooky Mountain,
oelpt of .11.00, subject toaminlnelion. l-nrthoaawha
prefer to aend the full amount with the order, wo will
! include u «mxi whip, ont spiung < a l ALOtil'lcf
I J OKI pages, illuatrntln« aoiueof the lino in frA l i UAL
| dffcôKk.win !'* o r,",V«^ U o , h."Srimi 0 iun» n ^ I
JOHN M. »MYTH CO.,
160.100 U . Madison Ht..
CHIC AU O, ILL.
BUGGY
i ft'? a K amm
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ßpcrlHüsrs
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Red, Rough Hands, Itching, Burning
Palms, and Painful Finger Ends.
!
One Night Treatment
Soak the hands on retiring in a strong, hot,
creamy lather of CUTICURA SOAP. Dry,
and anoint freely with CUTICURA, the great
skin cure and purest of emollients. Wear, during
the night, old, loose kid gloves, with the finger
ends cut off and air holes cut in the palms. For
red, rough, chapped hands, dry, fissured, itching,
feverish palms, with shapeless nails and painful
finger ends, this treatment is simply wonderful,
and points to a speedy cure of the most distress
ing cases when physicians and all else fail.
Sore Hands 8 Years Cured.
Pain So Intense Would Nearly Twist Fingers From Sockets, hands
Puffed Up Like a Toad. Water Ran Through Bandages to
Floor. Had to Walk the Tloor Until Would Fall
Asleep. Fingers Would Peel Like an Onion.
• Doctors Could Not Cure.
Kurlit years ago I got sore hands commencing with a burning sensation
on in y fingers and on top of the hand. When I rubbed them, vou could
see Iittk* white pimples. I felt, like twisting my fingers outof their sockets.
I had high lever, and cold chills ran over me, and so I kept it. going until
I was tired out. Nights, I had to walk the floor until I fell asleep. My
hands peeled like an onion, the finger nails got loose, and tlie water
ran out, and wherever there was a little pimple there the burning fire was —
that happened at least ten times. I am running a blacksmith shop, horse
shoeing, and 1 would not shut up the shop for anybody, but it was hard.
My hands puffed up worse than a toad.
, , When 1 drove horse ualK the
water from my hand, ran tbroiigb the bandage, on to the floor. My cu«
tomers relus, 'd to look at my hand. I had a friend take me to the doctor;
he gave a solution of something to hatlie my hands. I vent to nuotlier
doctor, I think, for a year. I found your advertisement in a Utica newt
paper, oml I got tlie CcTlCintA remedies. As soon as I used them I began
to gain, and after using a small quantity of them 1 was entirely cured. I
would not take fifty dollars for a cake of CttTieruA Soap if 1 could not get
anv more. I wwld not suffer tiny more as I did, for the whole countrv.
heb. 22,1808. ( A SPÜR Dl KTSCHLKR, Pembroke, Genesee Co., N. V.
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tfllf Üf'imriü C° in P^ e External and Internal Treatment for Ever} Humor,
8« a'O fkm c,in *'«tlDgof CirricrnA Hoap (2dc ), to cl<*nna« th« ekln of cruata and
b. mIc* and aollen tho thickened cuticle, Oimc i ka Ointmknt <
Tlktcx Qrx* C I OR» , lU , ' r allay Itcliin«, in flam mat ion, and irriutlon, and »ootbeaixl
I HO 5>ei, 91.26 heÿ. andt inicvnA Itxaoi.vKNT (50o.), to cool and rieaaM !be blood.
A Hisöus Skt i* often sufliciciit to cure the moat torturing, dt«figuring.
Ip, au.t blood hum.xi, with Ions of bulr, when u l e!a* fail«. Pol«
>ttbr Dai'o and Cuem. Cobp., bole Drop«., Bo*!un, U. B. A. " All
and humiliating akin,
throughout ihe world.
.bout tho Skin, Öculp, und Ilulr," freu.
Minions of Women Use Cuticura Soap
Exclusively for preserving, purifying, and beautifying tho »kin, for cle:in»lng tho tealpof
cruBts, «calc«, and dandruff, and the stopping of fulling hair, for softening, whitening, and
sooth î ng red, rough, nnd sore hand», lu tlie form or baths fur annovlnjr inlUUons. Inflam
mations, nnd chafing a, or too free
ulcerative weaknesses, nn«i for
she» for
ofic
of
ive perspiration, 1
the for
«y sanative antiseptic purposes which readily suggsil
themselves to women, and especially mothers, and for ell the purposes of the tollet, batii»
and nursery. No amount of per uaslon can induce those who have once used it to me
any other, especially for preserving nnd purifying tho skin, scalp, nnd hair of infants and
children. ( 17TICUHA SoAri-ombln«'» delicate emollientprop«frtie« derived from Cuticvka,
the great akta cure, with the pure-t of cleansing Ingredient., and tlie met icfreihln* ot
tlower odors. No ottmr
tlieatfd no. '« p ever
preserving, purifying, nnd beautifying the ekln, scalp, hair, an«l !u
domestic toilet soap, however expensive, 1» to be <•
of the toilet, bath, and n
Twenty- F
led Is to bo
compared with It for
I No other forc'ftt
pared with it for all the purpose*
H combines in One 8<>ap at One Price, viz*
plexiou soap, tlie UKar toilet aud i»««t
Til
•sery.
k Cents, tho best »klu and c
babv soap in the world.
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xxxrx
Good
Meals
at Regular
Hours.
>ry, or traveling is unenjoyable* j
The Santa I c Route prides itself on its system of Hat* Ij
vey dining rooms and lunch counters. There are none J
better. Breakfast, dinner and supper are served j
convenient intervals. Ample time given for all meal** J
f • F. WARREN, General Agent Santa Fe Route,
Meals must he satisfncti
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Sail l,akc City, l Ilab - J
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411 Dooly Block.
SALT LAKE BUSINESS COLLEGE.
today lor In'or«*^
76 W. Second South St.. Salt Lake City. Utah.
Students ir.ay enter any time.
Wr.te
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Balz
THE MILLION DOLLAR
potnto U iho nt«.n t»iko 4 01 Z.
FF7 Into on **rth, mid Halte
fif/W eek»| both w*"—• '*
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*»• world.
I IN 3 OR 4 YEARS
m INDEPENDENCE ASSURED
VEGETABLE SPED*
Largest, end est list t„ ^ -
Seed, 80o. lb. Kmuhin.
warranted *o itow. »6 phRi
Heat Tcgc tablw, poa tpald. fi.oo,
\ FOU 19e. HT AMPS
and till« notice, we m
Catalog ati'i lOpkga Far
Catalog alone, 6c. poatage.

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JohnASalzerSeedCo.
LA CROSSE WIS.
If you take up your
horn* in Western (''an
mm fern j öäsä
I WP ^ come wealthy to Rrow
w A log wheat, reports of
|-«ijrlegiifr s. etc., and full
information as to reduced railway rules can be
h(v1 on , fcr>p iio,.tiou lo tho Superintendent of
I Immicration. Department of Interior. Ottawa,
Panaoa. or to C .1. Broughton, 1238 Moimdnook
! Block, Chic go, 111.
1 I AUn^ Throat Candy,one of the best confection!
, LHIYIJ O tor vocalist», public »penkera, *t. Be&d
10c to Lamb Mf«. Co.,Ottawa, Canada,for Bainpletwa

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