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of the Blood Come to a large majority of people. Probably.75 per cent, of these are cured every year by Hood's Sarsapa rilla, and we hope by this advertiser ment to get the other 25 per cent, to take this great Spring Medicine. It will sharpen your appetite, cure all stomach troubles, relieve that tired feeling. Its strength as a blood purifier is demonstrated by its marvelous cures of Scrofula Salt Rheum Séald Head Boils, Pimples All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh Malaria, Etc. All of which are prevalent now. HOODS Sarsaparilla Will do you a wonderful amount of good. Be sure to get Hood's. Lazy Liver "I htT« been troubled a great deal with a torpid lirer. which produces constipa Ï ion. I found CASCARETS to be all you claim or them, and secured such relief the first trial, that I purchased another supply and was com* pleteiy cured I shall only be too glad to reo» •mmend Cascarets whenever the opportunity la presented." J. 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La Cram, WI». | Fini ter .owing The manuscripts of the 15th and 16th centuries are, In many cases, almost Il legible on account of the fading of the Ink. At that time the lampblack inks passed out of use and chemical inks be came popular. Ttaia signature ia on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo*Quinine Tablets the remedy that enres n cold In one day Eight teeth suffice the elephant for munching purposes. The giant ani mal has two below and two above on each side. Lucas State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Co., SB. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In the city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that can not be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn and subscribed to before me and ■ubscrlbed In my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. A. W. GLEASON, (Seal.) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous ■urfaces of the system. Send for testi monials, free. F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. The South African Chartered com pany has placed an order for 12 bat teries of quick firing guns in Ger many. FOR STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS. Imligcsiiou is effectually cured by the original REKb medicine, GAR FIELD TEA, which causes a uorwal actlou of the digestive organs. Remember that your best friend Is your mother, and have nothing to do with those who think otherwise. FITS Permanently Cured. No flto or nervousne« ■ ■ • v after first nay's u»e of Dr. Kline s Great Nerve Straw is put to strange uses in Jap an. Most of the horses are shod with 1L Even the clumsiest of cart horses year straw shoes. MANCHURIA, NOT TIENTSIN The Danger Point In the Negotiations —Powers Will Not Stand for Hus sia's Grasping Disposition—Will Make a Protest. New York, March 19.—According to ad vices received from Washington, the diplo matists say that Manchuria and not Tient sin is the danger point to the Chinese situ tion. These gentlemen assert that Great Britain, Japan and Germany have given Russia to understand that they will regard with disfavor the signing of the Man churia convention. It is further slated that if the conven tion is signed a vigorous protest will be made by these powers, and should this not be effective more effective measures will be taken. It is well understood here that the conflict between the powers will precipitate the dismemberment of China, which the president and .Secretary Hay are trying to prevent. Great Britain, Germany and Jupan are suspicious of the St. Petersburg government, notwithstand ing its protestations of good faitii, and that government, it is believed, will aban don the convention with China rather than engage in war. It is stated that the only danger in the situation at Tientsin lies in the antip athy of the British and Russian troops for each other. The London and St. Peters burg governments, however, it was said, will not allow any' clash to occur in that part of China that might involve the two countries in war. Both Stiles to Withdraw. London, March 19.—On the highest offi cial authority the Associated Press is au thorized to announce that the difficulty at Tientsin between the Russians and Britisli over the construction of a railroad siding in territory claimed by both probably will be solved by the withdrawal of both the Briti h and Russian tioops f.om tl.e ground in dispute. Kxiilosion of Chemicals. Cleevland, March 19.—A terrific explo sion of chemicals in the laboratory of the National Carbor works partially wrecked the large brick building. Fire broke out immediately after the exulosion, but was soon extinguished. Two men were caught under the debris. Both were rescued with out serious injury. Loss, $70,000, partially covered by insurance. A Strong Man'« Secret.' One of the strongest men recently stated that the secret of nis wonderful power was g erfect digest on. Hostetler's (Stomach itters makes digestion perfect, anu cures all complaints arising from u week stom ach. such as indigestion, biliousness and all liver and kiunev ailments. As a blood purii.er and nerve tonic it is marvelous, it is recommenced hr physicians, ami sold bv every druggist in the country. Try it also lor nialttiia fever, and ague.* A minister doesn't have to know the marriage ceremony by heart, for if he forgets a word the woman can always prompt him. TO CURE A COUD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refuDd the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grovel signature is on each box. 26c. Only three weeks are required to de velop a perfect mosquito frem the egg. Scrofula THE OFFSPRING OF HEREDITARY BLOOD TAINT. Scrofula is but a modified form of Blood Poison and Consumption. The parent who is tainted by either will see in the child the same disease manifesting itself in the form of swollen glands of the neck and throat, catarrh, weak eyes, offensive sores and abscesses and of tentimes white swell ing-sure signs Scrofula. There may (//I be no external signs for X ^ a long time, for the disease develops slowly in some cases, but the poison is in the blood and will break out at the first favor able opportunity. S. S. S. cures this wast ing, destructive disease by first purifying and building up the blood and stimulating and invigorating the whole system. J. M. Seal«, 115 Public Square. Nash ville, Tenn., says : "Ten years ago my daughter fell and cut her forehead. From this wound the glands on the side of her face became swollen and bursted. Some of the best doctors here and elsewhere attended her without any benefit. We decided .?* s * 8 '* * n< * a ttw bottles cured her en tirely." m makes new and pure blood <0 nourish and ccc ^^E strengthen the body, kj and is a positive and V safe cure for Scrofula. It overcomes all forms of blood poison, whether inherited or acquired, and no remedy so thoroughly and effectively kleanses the blood. If you have any blood trouble, or your child has inherited some blood taint, take S. S. S. and get the blood in good condition and prevent the disease doing further damage. Send for our free book and write ou» physicians about your ase. We make no charge whatever for : - lical advice. THI SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. OA. FREE LARGE Illustrated CATALOGUE BY MAIL N. N. U. No. 12, 1901 I« SE AUS. G«x»d. U«e Syrup. . Sold d by druggists. nt -.H crauHatreg IN BED FDR YEARS DECLABED A HOPELESS »VALID BT LEARNED PNYSMANS. Hestoro.1 to Perfect Health and Strength by Or. IVlllliiins' Pink Pills for I sie People — A Most Wonderful Cure. Ft»»* the Pre.t, Grand Rapide, Mich. Of the many remarkable caseB which have recently occupied the at tention of the medical world and of the public at large, no.ie more strik ingly Illustrates the wonderful power of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People than the recovery of Mrs. Jennie Tuttle, who, after two years' co.ilLiement to her bed, was restored to perfect health and strength. Mrs. Tuttle, who lives at the corner of Ful ton and Market streets, Grand Rapids, Mich., tells "the following stoVy: "1 had been flat on my back In bed for two years and the doctors had given me up as a hopeless case. They had resorted to every remedy known to the profession and had even sub jected me to the toitures of five sur gical operations. My trouble was due to change of rife and 1 grew weaker and we. ker until I became helpless and unable to leave my bed. A nurse and four physicians attended me. "One box of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo People gave me great relief and alter using them for three months I wub a weil woman, having been able to leave my bed the sixth week after commencing the treat ment. I can state that the cure was complete and permanent as it is now three years since 1 used them. "I have recommended the pills to several ot my relatives. My raother-in law- who Is 7Nyears old, took them for general debility, and they soon pro duced a very marked improvement In her condition. I wish that the thousands of women who are afflicted as I have been may know of this rem edy which has saved my life and given me health and strength." Signed, MRS. JENNIE TUTTLE. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of August, 1900. B. F. BARENDSEN, [Seal] Notary Public. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are sold by all dealers, or will be sent post paid on receipt of price, 50 cents a box, or six boxes for $2.60, by addressing Dr. Williams Med icine Co., Schenectady, N. Y. Redemption of Revenue Stamps. Washington, March 18.—Tlie treasury officials aie making preparations to carry into effect the war revenue reduction act. which becomes operative July 1, 1901, and With a view to giving the public all in formation on the subject possible at this time the internal revenue bureau today is sued the following statement: "All documentary and proprietary rev enue stamps in the hands of purchasers on and after July 1, 1901, will be redeemed by the government under the provisions of the act of May 11, 1900. "Such stamps should be presented i r re 'eruption by the owners thereo' to the col lator of internal revenue from whom thty were purchased, who will supply the appli cant with necessary forms and instructions for the preparation of his claim. It is prob able that regulations will be prepared and issued providing for the redemption of im printed documentary stamps without re quiring the destruction of the checks or drafts on which they are imprinted.' - ' Royalty Tours World. Portsmouth, England, March 18.— Among the firing of a royal salute by the assembled fleet and hearty cheers from the concourse of people gathered at all points of vantage, the steamer Ophir, with the duke and duchess of Cornwall and York on board, started on the voyage which is not to terminate until their royal high nesses have made a tour of the world, in cluding the British empire. Troops and bands playing the national anthem lined the quays and all the ships were manned and dressed, brilliant groups of naval and civil officials, in full uniform with masses of the public forming a com bination showing both the state and popu lar character of the sendoff. King Edward and' Queen Alexandra, on board the royal yacht Victoria and Albert, with eight tor pedo boat destroyers, accompanied the Ophir a few miles out. The day was a busy one for the mem bers of the royal family. Shirt Factory Burned. St. Joseph, Mo., March 18.—The Noyes Norman shoe factory and the Richardson Roberts & Byrnes overall and shirt fac tory, Third and Farron streets, were de stroyed by fire, causing the death probably of several persons. All the victims are girls and were employed in the shirt fac tory. Miss Louise Blondau, aged 20, is known to be dead. Florence Terry and Miss Mamie Berry leaped from the third story of the Noyes-Norman building and were caught by firemen in a net. They were badly burned. John Friede, a fire man. was severely injured. The fire is sup posed to have started in the engine room, w here a fireman had been using gasoline to clean machinery. Compelled to Confess. Constantinople, March 19.—At the first day of the trial of the -a Bulgarians, ac cused of belonging to the revolution»— committee of Sofia and of fomenting dis order in Saloniea, Monastir and Kossove, recently begun at Saloniea, a sensation was created by a declaration by two of the accused that the confessions pre viously made by them were extorted by the use of the bastinado and by other ill treatment to which they were subjected while in prison. Now they deny the charges brought against them. Notorious Krosmuss. London, March 18.—A dispatch from General Kitchener announces that the no torious Abel Erasmuss of Lyndenburg has been brought in with his family by Colonel Park and column. Nottingham is the richest town In England. It has established the only nniversltv college maintained by the municipality. AVERY PROMINENT MAN Owes Health and Happiness to Pe-ru-na. mz. Congressman Howard from Alabama. Washington, Feb. 4th, 1899. Pe-ru-na Drug M'f'g Co., Columbus, O.: Gentlemen—I have taken Pe-ru-na now for two weens, and find I am very much relieved. 1 feel that my cure will be permanent. I have also taken It for la grippe, and I take pleasure In recommending Pe-ru-na as an excellent remedy to all fellow sufferers. Very respectfully, M. W. Howard. Congressman Howard's home ad dress Is Fort Payne, Ala. Any man who wishes perfect health I must be entirely free from catarrh. ! Catarrh is well-nigh universal; almost | omnipresent. * e-ru-na Is the only ab- l solute safeguard known. A cold is 1 the beginning of catarrh. To prevent colds, to cure coids, is to cheat catarrh out of Its victims. Address Dr.Hart man, Columbus, O., for a free catarrh book. BIG FIEE AT ST. LOUIS. Flamen Spread Over a Territory Um brae ill g Twelve Blocks. St. Louis, Mo., March 19.—A fire orig inated in the icehouse of the Lemp Brew ing company, or that of the Anheuser Busch Brewing company, at the foot of Cherokee street, and, fanned by a stiff breeze, spread over a territory bounded toy Zepp street on the south to Arsenal on the north, De Kalb on the west and the river on the east. This territory of six blocks long and two wide is covered toy dwellings, lumber yards and repair shops, etc. From the icehouses, which were destroyed, the flames spread to a row of flats a block long on the east side of De Kalb street. These were consumed, with several lumber yards to the north. The lumber yard and the re pair shop of the American Gar Foundry company went up in flames next, and the United States arsenal, containing quarter master's supplies, followed. A general alarm was turned in, -but little could be done to stop the spread of the flames, phich threatened the bottling and ship ping buildings and cars of the Anheuser Busch Brewing company. The fire burned property estimated in value at $1,000,000, between Zepp street and Utah street on the south and north and Kosciusko street on the west to the river. The stone wall at the arsenal stopped the spread of the fire northward. Found Dead In HI. Own Hotel. Vancouver, B. C., March 18.—A special from Nanaimo says that Arthur Budlock, a capitalist, was found dead in his room in the Queen's hotel. The hotel was his own property and it was Bullock's custom, when retiring, to leave orders that on no consideration should he toe disturbed. He was last seen on Tuesday, and it was not until today that his door was forced Qpen. He had probably been dead three days when found. Bullock had formerly been teller in a Los Angeles bank and was highly connected in England. Fvaicht a Duel. Paris, March 18.—In the duel fought be tween Count Boni de Castellane and M. de Rodays the latter was wounded in the thigh. La Liberté says M. de Rodays was hit in the right thigh at the first exchange of shots. Count de Castellane was not in jured. The duel was then stopped. M. de Rodays, whose wound was in the lower fleshy part of the thigh bled abundantly, but is not seriously wounded. you taxe urove-s rasieress * nui ionic, e the formula is plainly printed on every ihowlng that It is simply Iron and Qui l a tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay. 60c. YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic, because the formula is ]...... bottle showing nine in i The only thing which would punisn a woman worse than having to say what she believed would be having to believe what she said. Perfect System Cleaners. Keep clean inside as well as outside and you'll be nearer godliness. Cascarets Candy Cathartic cleanse and purify your body inside. All druggists, 10c, 26c, 60c. The militant spirit is dominant in Nebraska. In the Fourth district in that state there were 400 applicants for the West Point cadetship. When Yon Buy Ink All the trains that reach the new Orleans station, in the center of Paris, are brought there by electric power in tunnels. By taking GABFIKLD TEA, the danger of contracting la grip 1» lessened, for the system ia caused, the blood purified and the digestion perfected by this great herb cure. Be unselfish, deny yourself and pre fer others; readily pardon any seem ing lack of attention. Piss'■ Cure cannot be boo highly spoken of %a a oougta cure.—J. W. O' Brlsn, SB Third Lva., N., Minneapolis. Minn., Jan. A 1*00. On Dec. 1, 1900, Switzerland had a population of 3,312,561. Indian Attempted Suicide. Lewiston, March 18.—John Poscow, a well known Nez Perce Indian, attempted to commit suicide at Spalding by shoot ing himself in the side. It is believed the bullet entered the abdomen and will prove fatal. Wounded pride resulting from a refusal of a friend to loan him money is said to be the cause of the act. Philadelphia, March 18. — In the six days' go as you please race of the 23 or iginal starters only 13 finished. Gliek won by six miles, with Barnes, the 60 year ol>' G. A. R. pedestrian, second. Hegelmar,, w ho was ordered off the track by the police surgeon was wheeled around the track in rolling chair. He had made 375 miles. The final score: Glic'k, 485 miles: Barnes, 479; Tracy, 465; Cavanaugh, 451; Dean, 400; Golden, 392; Hart, 314: Clifford, 300; Shield, 295; Lostin, 266; McT.igue, 238; Noremac, 230! Wintash 169. John Frederick Dovey, an English man, had been idle in Pittsburg for some time, and being unable to get work of any kind enlisted In the Unit ed States navy. Half an hour after being sworn in he received word that he and nine relatives were heirs to a fortune of some $40,000,000 left to them In England by a man of whom he had never heard. Another heir lives In Chester, Pa., and a third In Monongahela City. Colonel Cornelius Gardiner, who is to be governor of the province of Ta bayas, in southern Luzon, is a native of Michigan and was graduated from West Point In 1873. As a lieutenant he fought the Arapahoes and the northern Cheyennes In Nebraska and Kansas before the battle of Republi can river, at which Colonel Lewis was killed. Stop, thm Cough anti Work. Oft the Cold. Laxative Bromo-Qulnine Tablets cure a cold In one day. .No cure, No Pay. Price 26 cents. Govern yourself, guard your temper, avoid moods and pets and sulkiness. tm ^Vegetable Preparationfor As - similating thcFoodandßeg (da ting die Stomachs and Bowels of INI AN i S/< Hlf.DKLN Promotes Digestion,CheerFui ness and Rest .Contains neither Ipium,Morphine nor Mineral. fOT NARC OTIC. /ketfle afOULrSANUELPtTCHSR PGmpkU Semi' , jHx-Smuea » J A AMUSJte CASTORIA For Infants and Children. 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From a cliff 1000 feet high one with clear vision can see a ship at a dis tance of 42 miles. MONEY -HEIR 8 Batn *f Uuioa Soldier, who homttamded IMS than 1*0 tom before Juno 22, U74 (no welter M -beedene*), iheuM addreeo U»T ». oorr, W.ihl.gtee, D. o. PATENTS ft end description and get free opinion MILO. V. 8TKVKN8 * CO.. Estab. 1864. *>iv. 4.817—14th Street, WASHINGTON I>. O. J ranch offices: Chicago. Cleveland and Detroit DM. HUNT * SONS, Dentist*. All kinds of work neatly done and prices reasonable. Rooms *-4-6-8 Eagle Block, Spokane. 'CUTLER'S CiRBl Consumption. 11.1.