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MISS GING'S MUKDEB. HelpIessTenWeeks
"I was attacked with acute rheumatism and
wis laid up in the house ten weeks. My right
arm was withered awa'y to skin and Lone, and
I had almost lost the
use of it. A friend ad
vised me to try Hood'a
Earsaparilla, which I
did, and by the time t be
first bottle was used I
ter. I could see and
feel a jrreat change.
hS . , .
ä V Inz to my arm and the
Sir. K. Forrcslall soreneea was leaving
my body ai:d 11ml s. Every fprinjj and fall
since, we hare used from three to six bottles
In our family. I find to usa Hood's Sarsapa
rilla ia cheaper than to pay doctor's bills. I
am thankful that I have found a medicine
vhich will Lc'p a man who has rheumatism.
It keers me in pood health." Richard F03
B estall, Oelwcia, Iowa. Get HOOD'S.
Hood's Pills cure all Liver Ills, Bilious
ness. Jaundice, Indigestion. Sick ITeadache.
Accordin g ti recent statistic ; thero
aro about i'.O'.)') women practicing mqd
icino on the continent of North Amer
ica, of whom l.' aro horr.e'jpathisk.
Tho ma'ority aro ordina -y practition
ers, bat anions the lemainder aro
seventy hosjrital physicians or sur
geons, ninty-livo p ooo -s in tho
Echoo'.s 010 specialist for tho disja-es
of women, eventy al e nt. sixty-live
orthopedists, f.rty oculi-ts a' d au it
and, final., thirty elect othcrapcut
ists. In Canada there i- but one medi
cal fchoo' oxchi ively dev ted to tho
training of medical ladies, but in tho
United Htates in 1-P3 tLero wero ten,
one of them lein a h.mcopathic es
tablishment. DR. KILMER'S
KIDHK LIVERS BV$l
Pain in the Back
Joints or hip?, pediment in urine like brick-dust
frequent calls or retention, rheumatism.
Diabetes, dropsy, ßcanty or high colored urine.
Etingingr sensations when voiding:, distress pres
sure in the parts, urethral irritation, stricture.
Eloat or dark circles under the eyes, tongue
coated, constipation, yellowish eyeballs.
AtDruzclHts, 50 rents and $1.00 size.
"Invalids' Guide to Health" free Consultation free.
DR. KlXMEH & CO., BlXGHAHTON. N. Y.
Suppressed or Painful Menstruations, Weak,
riess nf the Stomach, Indigestion, lUoatinp:,
Flooding, Nervous Prostration, Ileadache,
General Debility, Kidney Complaints in
either sex. Every time it will reliovo
Extreme lA3sItnde, " don't care" and " want
to he left alone " feeling, excitability, irrita
bility, nervousness, sleeplessness, flatulency,
melancholy, or the "blues." Thcso aro
8u.ro indications of Female Weakness, soni
derangement of the Uterus, or
Every woman, married or single, should
own and read " Woman's Beauty, Peril,
Duty," an illustrated look of 30 pages, con
taining important information that every
woman should know about herself. Wo
end it freo to any reader of this paper.
Alt drtjfjrM e'l the Pinkhm medirin. Addr'si im
tonddmce. Lima "1 IInkiiam Mku. Co.. Ltkn.Misj,
Lydia E. Plnkharn' Liver Puis, 25 cents.
WALTER BÄKER & 00.
The Largest Manufacturers of
PUFtu, HIGH C RAD FI
COCOAS AND CHOCOLATES
On tM Continent, hmre receirad
from the great
In Eüropa and America.
fnlii the Dutch Procewi, no Alka
lir or other Chemicals or l)yrm are
m'm,m 1 "m tid in nr of thrir firrpamtloni.
Their delicinaa BREAK FAST COCOA fa absolutely
pur lad soluble, and coils leu than one rent a cup.
COLO OY GROCERS EVERYWHERE.
JALTER BAKER & CODOaCHESTERM ASS
? Dr. J. H. McLean's
l LIVER 80(3 KIDNEY BALM I
Cures Briht's Disease, Diabetes 1
and Torpid Liver. $ I. oo per bottle. ;
Ely's Cream Bain,
Cleanses the Nnsal
Passages, Allaj s Ialn
flestores tlx; Senses of
Taste and Smell.
Ilenls the Sores.
Apply Kftlm Into farh noetril.
EJLT Kko I.. Hi Warren St., If. Y.
IrfE WSJ O PsS v " 2 inetSSSSt
I z Successfully Prosecutes CI a Up .
I I Lata Principal Exacnlnr U.S. Panatioo BurM.
U a ra la last wr, 15 adJudicaUug cUUbs, atty timo,
liNTIDf THIS Mm wm Bjrw wiinii i
REVELATIONS IN THE MINNEAP
Assassin Is Clans A. Blixt Hired ly
Harry T. llay ward Crime Kx posed
ij Confestiion of the Luttcr's Uroth-cr-Illixt
Killed for Insurance.
The Miur.t-ap .lis graml jury bLpari Mon
day the investigation of tho tiin.c imiruer
case. Tho ollicial-s have practically riven
up hops of wringing a confession from
Harry Hay ward, and it seems certain
that the ease will come to trial in diie
time, in w'.ich event it is likely to become
n celebrated case in iuurd r trial ajinals.
Harry Ilayward is apparently deter
mined to light the thing out to the bitter
end. and few more developments are ex
pected before the case comes to trial.
Adry A. Ilayward, brother of the ac
cused, made a confession, in which he de
clares that the fearful crime was deliber
ately planned by his brother, Harry, and
that tho blood' deed was committed by
C. A. lilixt, the engineer of the Ozark
llats. The motive for the crime was the
securing of the insurance on the murdered
Adry's confession shows that prior to
the murder Harry had arranged all the
details of the loans he had made her, the
evidence, the life insurance, etc., in such
a manner that it would appear to the pub
lie afterward that it was all open and
above board. Time and time again Harry
made persoL.nl npleals to Adry. but the
latter always told him he could never
carry out such a scheme as getting rid of
MISS CATIIKP.IXK JIX?.
(The pretty dnsMn;ikcr who was brutally
in irdered for her money.)
the girl without hanging for it. Harry
grew very angry at Adry's repeated oppo
sition and finally threatened to murder
him if he resisted. After this Adry sup
posed the scheme had been dropped. It
was not until three days In-fore tho day
of tho murder that he realized that the
plot was still incubating.
Kngineer Illixt was arrested and con
fined in a cell in the Central Police Sta
tion, away from all intruders. After he
ilig subjected to the sweating process
lilixt confessed that he lired the fatal
shot himself. He says that Ilayward had
persuaded Miss (ring that "green goods"
could be easily circulated through the
medium of her business as a dressmaker,
.ind she, having always had an insane
idea to get rich easily, fell in with the
idea. The night of the murdwr Ilayward
told her that lie bad arranged for her
to meet a "green uooIs" dealer on the
outskirts of the city. They started off
on the ride together. About twelve blocks
from the Ozark Hats they met Illixt. Ilay
ward induced her to let Illixt drive her
to the place of meeting, with tho assur
ance to her that he would himself follow
immediately in another buggy and be
present at the meeting. Illixt then drove
the woman out to the old Kxcelsior road,
and called her attention to a passing ob
ject. As sho turned her head to look out
of her side-"of the buggy he shot her. The
body was th n thrown out by the side of
the road. Ilayward. instead of following
Illixt and .Miss (ling, returned to the
Ozark Hats, and afterward went to the
theater with the daughter of prominent
A Person of Interest in Connection
with the IHuclields Incident.
The sensational reports from IHuclields
and the Mosquito coast of Nicaragua
makes 2eneral Calxizas a person of inter
est. The Mosquito
reservation is incor
porated with Nicar
agua and (ionoral
Ca beza s is supreme
authority. The res
ervation will hereaf
ter appear on the
maps as the Zalaya
District or the De
partment of Zalaya.
It is named so by
Jon. Ca beza and
the Indians in honor
of the President of
the Republic. There
GES. CA IJEZAS.
are reports l'iat the I'nited States is on
the verge of a war with England, because
the latter will not recognize the new gov
ernment on the Mosquito const, but these
are unfounded. Though trouble is not ex
pected the I'nited States will, if neces
sary, take action.
PENSIONS SHOW A DECREASE.
Hill an Imported to the House Carries
an Appropriation of $1 -ft 1 ,.H 1 ,.70.
The pension appropriation bill, as
ported to the House by Mr. O'Xeil of
Massachusetts, carries an appropriation
of $lll..".Sl,r70, being $JtH,tMjtj less than
the estimates and 10,L00,00 belbw tho
appropriation for the current fiscal year.
The reduction is made in two items in
the payment of pensions and in the fees
of examining surgeons. I'or pensions, the
bill allows SHWHUWHr-a reduction of
SlO.tMKMHX) from this year's appropria
tion and for the surgeons' fees, $S(K,
000, being a reduction of Jf'JW.tHJO under
fill i I
the amount allowed for the current year.
In the report accompanying the bill is
n table showing that in lST'J the number
of pensioners was 242.70.". the annual
value of the pensions Slir.4tXl.7-12. and the
disbursements on their account reported
by the treasury $ri,V-M.4S:!. In 1MH the
number of pensioners increased to lt;i,
544, the annual value of pensions to .$100,
iLUfkl, and the disbursements by the
treasury to .$141.177.28 i.
Commissioner Lochrcn. when before the
committee, expressed the opinion that the
hijjh-water mark in the payment of pen
sions had been leached. Many of the
pensioners who remain on the rolls, lie
said, may get increases. s. that? even if
the pension roll should decrease, the
amount expanded will not decrease in
proportion on account of the increased
disabilities allowed for.
STOLE A BIG SUM.
Samuel C. Pccly, V.'ho Kobbcd the Na
tional Shoe and Leather Haul:.
The robbing of the National Shoe and
Loath r Hank of New York f .."W.OOO
by Samuel C. Seely, for fourteen years a
bookkeeper in the
bank, in whom un
was placed, is one of
the greatest sensa
tions in financial cir
cles in recent years.
Samuel ('. Seely was
a prominent Ilrook
lyn church member,
lias a wife and two
children and enjoyed
the ' respect of all
who knew him. He
is a weak-minded
man. however, and
S. C. SEELY.
in an evil hour, either intentionally or un
intentionally allowed his friend, a lawyer
named Uakcr, who has committed sui
cide fince the exposure, to overdraw his
account. From that time on he was com
pletely in Haker's power, not daring to ex
pose him for fear of prosecution, and for
nine years Ilaker drew money weekly un
til it hns amounted to $:." l.i hi. The
swindle was only discovered when a new
system of bookkeeping was introduced in
A man supposed to be Samuel C. See
ley, the absconding bookkeeper of the
National Shoe and Leather Hank, New
York, who embezzled .$.T 1,( MO, was ar
rested in Chicago at 10::',0 o'clock on
Monday night by Detectives William
O'Donnell and J. Almandinger, of the
Central Station. The prisoner was taken
to police headquarters, where he gave the
name of Frank .7. Dale, but refused to
give any further information concerning
himself. His appearance corresponded
exactly with the description and picture
sent out by the police of New York in a
circular asking for Seeley's arrest, save
that the prisoner's mustache had appar
ently been trimmed and dyed, and his
hair also trimmed and combed down over
his forehead instead of being pushed
back as was Seeley's habit.
THE NEW PRESIDENT.
Head of the American Street Kailway
Mr. Joel Hurt, recently elected Presi
dent of the American Street Kailway As
sociation, is a resident of Atlanta," Ga.,
and one of the most
enterprising men in
that city. He was
born in Kussell
County, Alabama, in
1ST0. The close of
the war found the
and the son, then
l."i years of age. had
to begin the battle
of life for himself.
He managed to ac
quire a goo'l fiPu a- J0ELIIUKT.
tion. obtained the degree of civil engineer
at the age of HI, and followed his pro
fession till 1S7Ö. Then he located in At
lanta, entered the real estate and insur
ance business, and in 1S7I entered on the
organization of building and loan asso
ciations. He became head of the Atlanta
Home Insuance Company, the Fast At
lanta Land Company, and finally man
ager of the Consolidated Street Kail
Toad Company, and in recognition of his
shrewdness and success in this last en
terprise was elected to the Presidency of
tin American Street Kailway Associa
WHEAT FED TO STOCK.
Government Keport on the Amount
Used for This Purpose
The Washington Statistical Ilureau of
the Agricultural Department estimates
the amount of wheat already fed to live
stock up to Oct. 00 at 4;,o:;i.(Ko bushels,
and the amount to be fed at lM.).L'7:i.tKM.
bushels, making the total 7 o, .'HOf K)
bushels. These figures are merely the
meager estimates from those States
where correspondents have complied with
the requests of the department, and
should not be taken as more than an at
tempt at approximation of total feeding
of wheat from the present supply. The
severity and length of the winter will
necessarily influence the final findings
upon this question.
William Dunn bought l,0:)O bushels of
wheat at Toledo Tuesday to fill a foreign
order. Wednesday he tried to buy some
more there, but none was offered for
sale. There are more than S5,0iM,000
bushels in sight in this country and Can
ada, upward of UU.OOO.OOO bushels
being stored in Chicago elevators, and it
seems odd that none of these elevators
want to sell any. Millions of bushels of
wheat are speculated in every day, but
actual cash transactions are insignificant
most of the time on the Hoard of Trade.
The New Woiiuiii'h Christian Temper
Differences of opinions growing largely
out of the woman suffrage movement hav
ing caused a split in the Woman's Chris-
Union, an opposition
society has been
formed. Of this new
Cornelia C. Alford,
Mass., has been
Mrs. Alford favors
a separation of tho
two ideas, tenijMT-
ance and suffrage,
.i I. i.i. . i. .. & it..
UltS.CC. ALFOK1. ' ,M",,5i " l"
time is not yet r;pe for giving women the
The social purity movement has struck
Highest of all in leavening
Economy requires that in every receipt calling
for baking powder the Royal shall be used. It
will go further and make the food lighter, sweeter,
of finer flavor, more digestible and wholesome.
rOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., "08 WALL ST., NEW YOK
Old Time WaRCS.
These were the waces cf labor in
Do1 aware and M .rvland l's' years a?o.
White lab re:;, by the uiy, at any
time cf tfie cir. 1 shilling- 0 pence:
free blacks, about I shilling-; labor in
harvest, 4 shillings r penc?: Irco
blacks, by the ye :r, JCS ; shillings; hired
slaves, -I s-hillinirs: overseer?, '21 10
ßhili rg All tho-c wcrkmen received
board a-.d iodjr nrs beside-". Canal
diggers in tho e parts then had .'W shil
lings per month, with I oard lolling
and all necoarie3. The hired slaves
received clothing also. Tho building
of tho cityc f Wtshinton at that timo
raised mechanics' wages at Baltimore.
Masons working" at the now city ic
eeived u to 7 shil.ings per day: carpen
ters, 4 shillings i ponco to u shillings
and no .to laborers .'li shillings per
month, board and clothing.
Don't do anything to-day that you
wouldn't want to be found doing on tho
THE BUSINESS MAN'S LUNCH.
Hard Work and Indigestion go
Hand in Hand.
Concentrated thought, continued in, robs
the stomach of necessary blood, and this ia
rIso true of hard physical labor.
When u five horse-power engine is made
to do ten horse-power work something is
going: to break. Very ofteu the ba:d
worked man coniinjr from the field or the
office will "bolt" his food in a few min
utes whick will take hours to digest. Than
too, many foods are about as useful in the
stomach as a keg of nails would be iu a
lire under a loiler. The ill-used stomach
refuses to do its work without the proper
stimulus which it gets from the blood &ud
nerves. The nerves are weak and " ready
to break," because they do not pet the
nourishment they require from the blood,
finally the ill-used brain is morbidly vide
awake when the overworked man at
tempts to find rest in bed.
The application of common sense in the
treatment of the stomach and the whole
system brings to the busy man the full en
joyment of life and health' digestion when
he" takes Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets to
relieve a bilious stomach or after a too
'hearty meal, and - Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery to purify, enrich aud
vitalize the blood. The " Tellets " are tiny
sugar-coated pills made of highly concen
trated vegetable ingredients which relieve
the stomach of all offending matters easily
and thoroughly. They need only be taken
for a short lime to cure the biliousness,
constipation and tloth fulness, or torpor, of
the liver; then the "Medical Discovery"
should he taken in teaspoonful doses to in
crease the blood and enrich it. It has a
peculiar effect upon the lining membranes
of the stomach and bowels, toning up and
strengthening them for all time. The
whole system feels the effect of the pure
blood coursing through the body and the
nerves are vitalized and strengthened, not
deadened, or put to sleep, as the so-called
celery compounds and nerve mixtures do
but refreshed and fed on the food they
need for health. If you sufier from indi
gestion, dyspepsia, nervousness, and any
of the ills which come from impure blood
and disordered .stomach, you can cure
yourself with Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical
Discovery which can be obtained at any
drug store in the country.
It should not be forgotten that tbe Linos of tha
WISCONSIN CENTRAL extend from CHICAGO and
liriOPflMCIM MILWAUKEE to BT. PAUL.
W I O U U N O I Vi MINNEAPOLIS and A S II -
LAND, passing through foms
the largest towns in Cen
tral W'iFt onHln.and thatclou
connections are made att.
Paul for all Western points: at Ashland for Imluth
and Lake Superior points; and at Chicano fo- all
Eastern and Southern points. For numb r and va
riety of summer resorts and accompanying sport in
the way ot fishing and hunting the Wi.-consin Central
la not excelled by any line, l'ull information can le
had ujKn application to any Aff-ut c I the Company.
H. I;. WHITCOViB, Gea. Mjr., JAS. C. POND, G. P. Ajt.,
31 1 1 AVA U Jt 1 : 10. AVI i-i.
ft SÄLE SME
yo o WANTED o o
THE JEWELL NURSERY COMPANY.
I-arjeit NnnrT In the Nonhwct.
lake tin, su.w.
Mm. YYiulow'K Soothing Strcp for Children
fcotuing: 83;t"ns the num.. reauce i nil animation,
allays iaiii, cures wind colic. 25 cents a bottle.
When you aro in a low stato
illness, there is no nounauincnt
I . J1H-1 W1JI I U Jt m JMI . . ILU.tmiJ '!' Ui II I
to restore strength. Scott's
8oott tu Bowne, N. Y. All
strength. Latest ü. S. Got. Food Keport
"Solitaries" Go Crazy.
Solitary confinement is ca'culated,
doctors state, toprolico melancholia. J
suicidal mania und loss of reason. Mr o
months of ab-olutIy solitary confine
ment is almost cer-lain to result in
the mental mnof the convict.
A tiros Act of Cruelty.
Why thould we Ij? crncl to ourselves? It is
apiece of senseless inhumanity, for Instance,
for any one of us to intJict uon Lis bowels
and stomach ths convulsive, griping, violent
action of a drastic cathaitlc. Many iicorlo
enar.ored of rillp. powders, and potions are
continually doirc this. They are only keep
1ns up the asony," pcipctuatinr the disturb
ance by this foolish tour-ie. Why don't titey
take Hogtettcr's Stomach Hitters r.nd get
thoroughly and promptly sei rißlt? This su
preme laxative never cripes, never produces
violent effects of any port. Yet it is very
effective and brings about pe-manent results.
For liver ron. plaint, dyspepsia, nervousness,
lack of vitality, rher.matic and kidney com
plaints, it is eminently PcrvkeaLle. In oil
ei: and to accelerate ccEvalecence it is
strongly to be commended. Utc it for n:alaria.
Hot Weather Item.
The rnetcorolcris:s tell that the
high cirrus cloticU e ven on tho I ottest '
summer daws aro whxlly co npesed cf
line crystals of mow.
There is more Catarrh In this section of th3
country than a!l 't.'i r disease put together,
and until tho last i f.J years was supi oi-ed to be
incurable. For ft great many years doctorB pro
nounced it a local disease, and prf scribed local
remedies, and by constantly failing to euro
with local treatment, pronou need it incurable.
Fcienee hA8 proven catarrh to be a constitu
tional disease, aud therelor. requires constitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu
factured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio, is
tho only justituHona1. cure o:i tho market. It
is taken Internally ia dotes from teu drops to a
teaspoonful. It acts c'irectly ujoj Hio blood
aud mucous surfaces of the nysiem. They offdr
one hundred dollars for any case it fails to
cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Ad
dress, V. J. CHENEY & CO., TolotV.O.
jJtTSoli by Drugia'.a, 70c.
Can Filit or linn.
Some of the larccst ocean stcarr.ers
can bo converted into armd cruisers
in thirty hours.
Croup is Qi'icxLY 1 elieveo. and Whoop
ing Cough greatly helped, and i's duration
shortened by Dr. I. J:iyne's 'Expectorant,
tho old family stand-by for Cou.'hs :ini
Colds, and all Lun? or Throat affections
Prof. Binxf.y pays that a fall of 15
to 0 decrees F. in ' tho tsraperaturo
would I e i-ulluient to ac?o: nt for all
known jilaciatio i in the Aorthern hem;
Going to California?
The Burlington Kouto is tli3 only rail
way running "personally conducted" Ex
cursions via Denver to lolorado Springs,
fait Lake, Oden, Sacramento, Fan Fran
Cisco, Stockton, Merced. Fresno, l'aker.-
field and Los Angeles at the lowest rate.
Pullman tourist sleeping car through with
Leave Chicago every 'Wedneslay. Write
or call rn T. A. Grady, Excursion Mana
ger, 211 Clark st, Chicago.
Xot an Kxperiinent.
The use cf Klpans Tubules for headache,
dyspepsia nni otl er stomach disorders ia
not an experiment, but an assured success.
They will d-J all that wo sa they wliL
That non3 of tho avenue omnibus
horses are likely to bo exhibited at
th.i fcor. e show.
S-end your full narno and address to Dob
bins ro:ip Mftr. Co.. Philadelphia. Pa., by
return mail, and pet, frte of nil coft, a
coujon worth several dollars, if med by
you to its full advantage. Don't delay.
This is worthy attention.
The HriUor tax yields the best re
turns t3 tho jrovernment in Rus:a,
and tho vioore :t in Norway.
Iovely warmth of culor, Avlth traces of
pink and white, is the exquMlo com
plexion which follows the use of Glenn's
If wo would spoik kind words wo
mut cultivate kind feciins.
WEhavenctl3Pn wltliont Piso's Cure for
Consumption for 2J years. Li.ie FtnuEr
Camp it , llarrisbur;. Pa.. May 4. 0i.
Nun :a ireans "shallow water.'
of health, and on tho verge f
in tho worm liko
Emulsion nourishes, strength-
ens, promoica mo maKiug oi eoiva
flesh, enriches tho blood and tones up
the whole ßjßteni.
For Ooughs, Golds, Boro Throat, Bronchitis,
Weak Lungs, Consumption, Scrofula, Anemia,
Loss of Ilesb, Thin Babie3f Weak Ohildren, and
all conditions of Wasting.
Buy only tho genuine! It has our trado
mark on salmon-colored wrapper.
Send for pamphlet in ScotCs Emulsion. FREE.
Druggists. BO oents and 91.
For DurasIlityEccnomy ad for
General blacking is unequalled.
Has An annual Sale of 3.000 tons.
fwVE ALSO MANUFACTURE TH3 -.ffc
FOR AN AFTER DINNER SHINE , OR TO
TOUCH UP-SPOTS V 1 Tri A CLOTH
MAXES NO DUST, !N 5&!0 CENT TIN BOXES.
THE ONLY PERFECT PASTE.
Morse Bros,PRcrs. Cantgn,Mas3l
rhe rsmrhlct recently pnblii-hfHl by the raefenser
Department cf the Lhr.oiC ntral Ilailroad.entitled
"Southern Hone-eelert' iuide for 1804."
It contains over f,0 rxr. litijt lfttcru from Northern
farmr cow looatf-il ia tJie South aaJ otlsf r authen
tic aud valuable information. For a FREE COFY
iddress the uuderi-iueJ at Manchester, Iowa:
I. F. MERRY, Assistant General rassenger Agent
Brings cemfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment vrben
rightly ur-cd. Tbe many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
le?3 expenditure, ly more promptly
adapting the world's host products to
the'needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in tho
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a jerfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the 8ystem,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it i3 perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Fig3 is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it ia man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printod on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
Yoj waat aa ORGAS. Of course You want
the lilZ&T. The
At ALL IMPORT AST
World's Fairs Fine
that of Faria. 1S67, in
cludins Chicaco, 13JJ,
aud is absolutely
If your local lealer
(Joes not sell our Pianos
tinl Organs, wo will
pciiJ on approval direct
frm factory, to re
our exr?n,e- Write
New Style I:'..
Sew Styles at Popular Prices Just Out
Fold on our Easy Payment Plan or Rented Vatll
Purchased. Catalonues Free.
MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN AND PIANO CO.,
185 WABASH AVE.. CHICAGO.
Che is rathT poo! lootintj
But Lacks sense I
A Ripnns o Tnbulc
On her tongue
P wallowing It whole
It does its worlr
But tho lt U tho way lntc eded,
lUjihacl, Augelo, liubens, Taaso
The -L1NENE REVERB ULE are th Ro.t and Mol
Fconinii-ftlC)'larn nl Culls worn: the.. rniadof
fine clotu. both KiJts litiinhf I alike, and. benm r3-ver-lble.
oni collar lit eiial to two of uy oiher kind.
They fit trtll iretr veil and look trell. A boi ot '1 ea
Colla' ii or Five 1'alrs of Cuff tor Twenty-rive Cent.
A H.tmrlv Collar aud I'airot Cuffs by mail for hix
Cout. Name utyle and hize. Addrt-ns
ki;vi:iwxli: collaii comtanv,
77 mmt ST.. IEW YORK. 27 KILBY JT, BOSTII.
Weekly Overland Parties IVrsonally Con
ductedin New Piillinaii L'pliolsierod 1 ourist
Movpin!r Curs, wltlioutcliango, louvcC'hicaeo
every "Thursday for ail inMnts ou the Pacluo
Coast For paftlculars uddresü
JUDS0!T & CO.. 195 South Clark St., Chicaco.
I', N. II.
TI1KN WKITINO TO ADVKHTISKKS,
11 iilrau tnjr u taw (he advertisement
In tlii paper.
ClllßrS WHht 111 flQ( UlK
Best Cough bjmp. Tastes Good. Use
in uma roiq py onunriwa.
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