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* arry Lockwood, of Newark, Ohio,
has been arrested for trying to blow up
his mother-in-law with dynamite. Mr.
Lockwood shouldn't take so seriously
,what the funny papers say about the
A Strong Man's Secret.
The strongest man on earth says the secret
of his wonderful power is perfect digestion.
Hoetetter's Stomach Bitters makes digestion
easy, and cures all comnplaints arising from
weak stomach, such as indigestion, illious
ness and all liver and kidney ailmennts. As a
blood purifler and nerve tonic it is marvel.
cus. It is recommended by all phylians,
and is sold by every druggist in the country.
Everybody needs it at this time of the year.
By 2 o'clock every day people have
made so many blunders that they long
for to-morrow that they may start all
"Courage and Strength
in Times of Danger. "
`riead the warning between
the lines. What is that warn
ing? It is of the danger friom
accumulation of badness in
the blood, caused by the
usual heavy living of the
Winter months. Spring is
the clearing, cleansing time
of the year; the forerunner of
the brightness and beauty of
Follow the principle that Nature lays
down. Start in at once and purify your
blood with that great specific, Hood's nar
saparilla. It never disappoints.
Tumors-"A tumor as big as a large mar
ble came under my tongue, and insteadl of I
letting my physician operate on it, I used my
favorite spring tonic, Hood's Sarsaparilla.
The bunch soon disappeared." Mits. 11. M.
COBURN, 57I Mer'k St., Lowell, Mass.
Rheumstlsm-"I had rheumatismn for
five years and can conscientiously say that
Hood's Sarsaparilla has given me entire re
lief. As a blood purifier it has helped my
children wonderfully." MRs. S. A. SAOAIn.
93 Franklin Avenue, Passaic, N. J.
Hood's Pitls oure liver ills, the non-irritating and
ite only cathartic to take with flood's Sarsaparilla.
Greatest American Kicker.
The largest mule that ever walked on
American soil is now, or was recently,
the property of one George ii. Johnson,
a farmer living a few mi;os east of
Honey Grove, Texas. His niuleship is
exactly 18/ hands, or 6 ftet 2 Inches
in height, being exactly 7 inches
higher than the famous Los Pecos (Old
Mexico) mule, which was so widely ad
verthled in 1890-'91 as being "the most
gigantic specimen of the mule family
the world has ever known." The IIon
ey Grove mule is not slim a-d raw
boned, but Is built In proportion to his
height, weighing 1,619 pounds.-St.
How Hoe Figured It.
A Missouri farmer figured it out one
rainy day that he had walked 300 miles
In cultivating one acre of corn. lie
'thereupon sold his farm and moved
to a town, where he walked COO m!les
to find a job.
The Alton turfman who killed him
self because "horses were so slow" veri
fled the common experience. The only
fast horses are those you did not bet on.
PAINFUL PERIODS NO MORE
M RS. GEORGE OSMUN, of Belvidere, Warren Co., N. J., writes:
"Suffering as I had from weakness, irregularities and backache
for several years, a release from this suffering was a blessing. Oh!
how I wish more suffering women would ticcept your kind offer and be relieved.
There is no need for women to suffer. Mrs. Pinkham's advice and Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will relieve
MRs. IDA PETERS, Milan, Tcnn., writes:
"DEAn Mns. PINI.AM-When I wrote to you
ýg ithe first time asking your advice I was a great
*s sufferer. Menstruations were irregular, some
times a week too soon and then a week or two
late, and when they appeared were very profuse;
great pain and tenderness in the bowels, pain in
back and limbs, leucorrhama all the time. I
was weak and nervous and had no appetite.
Burning and choking sensation in my throat.
I received your reply and followed all your
instructions and now I am cured. I owe my
recovery all to Mrs. Pinkham's advice and her
ELLA E. BRENNER, East Rochester,
(" ".I have been thankful a thousand times
- since I wrote to you for what your Vegeta
... \ble Compound has done for me. I followed
, your advice carefully and now I feel like a
- different person. My troubles were back
ache, headache. nervous tired feeling, pain
ful menstruation and leucorrhcea. I took
four bottles of Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound, one box of Pills, one package
of Sanative Wash and am now well."
-lRS. MAGGIE P. STINE, New Berlin,
° A Pa., writes:
" I have suffered with terrible backache
"/ -ý in the small of my back for about seven
/ years, and could never get anything to help
. me. I tried several physicians, but found
r no help. I have now taken three bottles
/ - K of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
\ pound; and feel like a different woman."
MRS. H. A., 124 S. Cedar Street, Owosso, Mich., writes:
" Nearly three years ago I wrote to you asking advice in regard to my health.
I was so miserable; sufferd fromn painful menstruation and backache, waa
nervous, dizzy and faint. I .'cceived such a kind letter from you, telling me
just what to do. I followed your advice and I now am recommending Lydia I.
Pinkiham's Vegetable Compl:ound. I thank God for this pain destroyer."
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WICROBB COLLECT1N1O SKlRTS; '
Romen Ars Learntai to fod ~ahm UP
"The only good word I can say finr
.he trailing street skhirt is that it has
aught women to hold up their skirts
nore gracefully than they have ever
lone before," said a woman who was
ramping along Twenty-third street
resterday with her voluminous gown
.ucked neatly into folds at one side
tad held high enough above the ground
.o show an expanse of pink-and-black
:etticoat that exactly matched the
.ints of her velvet toque, according to
he New York Commercial Advertiser.
'Before we wore these absurd, dust
,weeping, microbe-collecting trains we
ised to pick up our skirts when we
:rossed the street or came upon a
)uddle. Did you ever watch twenty
women pass a wet spot on the sidewalk
)r go over a crossing on a rainy day?
,Iy dear, it is the greatest advantage
)f a corner house. To sit in a corner
window for one afternoon and take
iotes on the one hundred wrong ways
)f holding up skirts is an education
hat Delsarte or Paquain would charge
thousands of dollars for. The short,
.ight skirt was almost impossible to
sold up comfortably, the full skirt was
mpossible to hold up neatly unless
one had the hand of a giantess. The
?arislenne, always practical and equal
:o emergencies, used two hands, gath
gring up the skirt gracefully at either
fide and thus lifting front as well as
jack. The Parisienne's petticoats are
perfect, and her little mincing glide is
well adapted to the tucked-up frock.
N'ancy the long, tramping stride of the
tthletic woman beneath a gathered-up
iress! I am not complaining of the
.ook of the trailing skirts now in fash
I!on. They are graceful and becoming.
But when one picks them up no one
snows whether they hang well or not,
and if one lets them trail they wear a
,:ust border in fifteen minutes. They
may be charming in Paris, where the
.treets are clean, but as well-dressed
French women walk about as much as
lo the wives of first-rank mandarins,
I don't see the great advantage of the
long trains for outdoor wear. But, as
I said before, the fashion has its com
;;ensations. Look at that woman ahead
Sf us. See how neatly and easily she
ikeeps that tail above the ground and
tut of the way of her feet, too. She
doesn't drag the petticoat up with it,
ither, and" she doesn't hold the skirt
goo high on one side and let it drag
.n the dust on the other side. That's
;ystem and science and grace combin
,d. Before the trailing skirt came into
vogue she probably clutched her dress
nto a bunch that waggled as she walk
,d, cramped her arm by holding it too
Far back, and dragged the flounces off
.cr petticoat in her efforts to escape
puddlcs and mud. The logic of a
;railing skirt held up is not quite
*lear to me, but one thing I do know,
.ntd that is that it has cured scores
^f wcrcen of their most awkward man
Thle good Queen Victoria hopes ror a
peaceful adjustment of all differenccs
between the United States and (Great
'rlitaiu. The good Queen has always
had the good will antd respect of the
American republic.-Detroit JournaL
A New Yerk plaper expresses surprise
b,,nuaise "the Chiengo aldermnen get
,only $3 a week." Thils is an error; their
salary is $3, but they "get" a great deal
is the only genuine
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N. E. Young.
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us (and his, too) for a copy of our handsomely
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GENERAL NEWS COLUMN. p
ALL THE HAPPENINGS TERSELY TOLD IN
Steamer General Whitney Senk-..Actlhrl
In the Vicinity of Manila...Opening of
Vicksbirg's Electrio Railway---Cuban
Crop Prospeolt...Other Items. I
Bishop Bonaoum, of Lincoln, Neb.,
ia again experiencing trouble with sev
oral of his priests.
A dispatch from Montivideo says
Sanarelli's yellow fever serum is giv
ing good results there.
Congressman S. T. Baird, of Louis- S
inna, died in Washington, Saturday, c
after two months' illness. tl
The Cuban tobacco and sugar crops i,
are larger this year than they were It
last. Good yields of both are pro- ti
Col. Wm J. Bryan was given an en- d
thusiastic welcome Friday, at Buffalo. 8
Three thousand people listened to his
Dr. W. H. Lipscombe, the Missis- B
sippi poisoner, died in the State peni
tentiary Saturday from a paralytic 1
San Vincent, Salvador, has been de
stroyel by an earthquake. No lives
were lost, slight shocks having warned c
the people. 1+
Nine thousand rigulars have been e
selected for transportation to Manila, r
and 5,000 more will be ready when I
An open boat, containing the bod
ies of nine men, dead from starvation
and thirst, has drifted ashore on the -
coast of Brazil.
At 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon the
Araericans operating in the field near
Manila were comtpelled to desist, ow
ing to the terrific heat.
Accounts of the Samoa trouble
printed in the German press from Ger
man correspondents bitterly blame the
British for the uprising.
Ex-Senator Matthew S. Quay has
been declared by a jury to be not
guilty of the charge of conspiracy to
defraud brought against him.
Vicksburg, Miss., which was once
designated as the largest American
city without street cars, had a gala
time Monday in the opening of a sys
tem of modern electric railways.
The British press comments on
General Lawton's return to Manila
from the Santa Cruz district are most
solicitous4. Evidentiy the English be
lieve it was a retreat.
The appointment of Quay to the
senato was widely discussed at Wash
ington. Opinion as to his tligibility
is divided, but all precedents are
Capt. Coghlan has been asked by
the navy department to say whether
his speech at the Union League o:ub's
banquet was correctly reported. He
may be censured for his fr .nkaess on
General Lawton with his flying col
umn tarted out in a new direction
Saturday, makingfast time around
Novaiiches in an effort to outflank the
rebels and catch him between his own
force and that of MacArthur.
Thomas B. Reed may be following
the example set by Cleveland; from
the white house to New York law
practice; from New York back to the
white house. The republican ele
ments are fighting for the speaker's
cast off shoes,
Spain's minister to Washington, the
Duke do Arcos, was the successful ri
val of Admiral I)ewey for the hand of
Miss Virginia Lowery, of Washington,
about twenty years ago. The two will
meet soon, prohably in the mansion
where both courted the same girl.
A bitter attack was made by the
Agrarian wing of the Reichstag, Sat
urday, on American packers and
American meat products generally.
The whole army beef scandal was re
hashed and American papers quoted
The gunboat Nashville, the craft
that fired the first shot of the Spanish
American war, went up the Missis
sippi river to St. Louis this weekl
Ovations were given the officers, and
hundreds of peoI)le visited the vessel
at Vicksburg and Memphis.
The steamer General Whitney, from
New Orleans to New York, sank off
Cape Carnaveral, Fla., Saturday.
Sixteen of the crew attempted to reach
the coast, but the boat capsized, and
twelve out of sixteen were drowned,
including Capt. Hawthorne. Another
boat with fifteen men aboard has not
been heard from,
Steel and Uhal I Trust Organized.
Dover, Del.-A certificate of incor
poratien of the Union Steel and Chain
Company, with a capital stock of $60,
000,000, was tiled Saturday night with
secretary of State Hughe-. The stock,
it is said, will be listed with the op
tions on all chain plants and steel
works throughout the country. The
incorporators are not made known.
GeOermni Crinuerg Ordered to Qpla.
London.-A dispatch from Shanghai
to a news agency says the German
protected cruiser Geoflion has been
ordered to proceed to Apia, Samoa.
After embarking an extra supply of
ammunition at Kiao Chou, China, an
other cruiser is to follow her.
Killed by a Train.
Baraboo, Wis.-Four young people
were run down Saturday by the Chi.
cago & Northwestern fast mail at
Crawford's crossing near this city,
Russia furnishes by far the greatest
quantity of platinum used by the
, world, and in 1897 this amount was
about sir tons, or ninety-five per cent.
of the entire amount mined. Seven
mines produce the greater part of the
metal, though nineteen smaller pro
prietors are represented in the grand
toIenune Agent, wrt Aiaams lext to
day for Washington to look after his
back tax suit now before the Supreme.
Court on a writ of error granted by the
Sustees of tbeeg s.tatp m Court
"r ' .
An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant method and beneficial
effects of the well known remedy,
SYRUP OF FIGS, manufactured by the :E
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Co., illustrate
the value of obtaining the liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in the form most refreshing to the :C
taste and acceptable to the system. It a
is the one perfect strengthening laxa- y
tive, cleansing the system effectually,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly and enabling one
to overcome habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from a
every objectionable quality and sub- a
stance, and its acting on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it the ideal w
In the process of manufacturing figs a
are used, as they are pleasant to the
taste, but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP h
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial 3
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of the Company
printed on the front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. r
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N. Y. P
For sale by all Dnuggists.-Price 50c. per bottle. I1
A thorough study of the sub
je"t has proven that crop fail
ures can be prevented by using
fertilizers containing a large
percentage of Potash; no
plant can grow without Potash.
We have a little book on the subject lo
Potash, written by authorities, that we
would like to send to every farmer, free of
cost, if he will only write and ask for it.
GERMIAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassau St., New York.
Dickens as Critic.
Charles Dickens had a great love for
music, and particularly enjoyed songs
and ballads, anything pathetic in the
strains of which quickly moved him.
He had his own ideas of the way in
which songs should be rendered, and
when occasion offered, he made them
One day a member of his hous.hold
was singing a ballad, when su(hlenly I
the novelist, who had apparently been
deep in a book at the farther end of
the room, got up, saying, "You don't
make enough of that word."
IHe seated himself at the piano, and
illustrated his idea of the way in
which the word to which he referred
should be emphasized, and did not rise
until the phrase had been sung to his
After that, whenever the song, which
became a favorite with him, was sung,
he listened with his head a little to one
side until he had made sure that his
instructions had not been forgotten
To Revolutionize Can-Making.
One of the pioneer fruit-cauners o
California has just perfected an inv e.
tion that will revolutionize the can
making industry. Ils machine can be
operated by a child. It is fed at one
end with sheets of tin of the proper
size, and it turns out at the other end
sixty-four cans of any size every min
ute. At this rate the machine will pro
duce 88,400 cans in ten hours. All the
joining of seams and soldering is
done by parts of the machine. With a
number of these machines one factory
would be able to supply all the cans
used on that coast for fruit, regetables
and salmon at one-tenth of the present
How to Save Labor in Spring Cleaning.
Spring cleaning is no longer the labor it
was in the days of our grandmothers.
Women understand how to save themselves
by the use of modern conveniences. When
beginning the work everything should be
in readiness - tacks, hammers, brooms,
with a supply of Ivory Soap (which is the
best for all clenning purposes), lime, am
monia, and carbolic acid. Good weather
should be selected, and only one or two
rooms cleaned at a tiwe; air and sunshine
should be freely admitted.
ELIZA R. PARKER.
1 Overdressed Yourngsters.
It is foolishness to make the coats
Saof young children of heavy material.
Children must be kept warm, but
weight does nqt always mean warmth,
I and a child should not feel its clothes
ea burden. Many a little tot comes in
from what ought to have been a re
freshing walk weary and well nigh ex
hausted, because of the weight of the
i coat it has worn. A layer of wadding
a between the material and its lining
a gives warmth without adding much to
. the weight of a pretty coat, and velvet,
f satin, poplin, cashmere, camel's hair,
SBedford cord and other soft coatings
are much improved in appearance by
a A Londoncablegram says that "Queen
i. Victoria is greatly embarrassed by
Sriches." Her eldest hopeful seems to be
Sembarrassing others by his lack of
One of the standing needs of the
country, say. a sloppy organ, is more
Massachusetts people. They will be
t more needed, perhaps, when the rate
e of Illiteracy is reduced in Massachu
5 setts to tihe Westeru average.
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HAUNTS DEBTOR CONSTANTLY
An Old Speclmen Who Is a Succesulfal I
Collector of Iad Debts.
From the Augusta, Me., Journal: to
'There's the best collector in Ameri- Il
:a," and the head of an August firm
adicated the man on whom this prais3 le
lad been bestowed. di
"He doesn't look it." aI
"No, nor anything like it, yet I be- sr
leve that his appearance is about 90 eý
per cent of his stock in trade. Just tI
size him up. Did you ever see a more
.ngenuous face He got his job just m
is he gets money from debtors that w
ire bad pay. He came right to me
and asked for employment. I told es
aim that we were not in need of any
ane, and followed the usual form of
:elling him to call again. Ed
"He took the invitation literally, g(
walked around the square and dropped
.n to make another application. 'You "
:old me to call again,' he said. 'Want if
a good man?' I did the usual thing it
Dnco more, carelessly asking him to
"Another trip around the square,and he
he put in his third appearance, once ta
more informing me that he was a good CO
man in search of a job. I tried him ni
aga',t and he proved to be a four time
Then it struck me that he would
make a collector if he carried his per
sistency into his work, and he has
proved a wonder. He has realized on
old accounts that we had given up as
hopeless long ago, simply wearing
I ebtors down to where they would
rather pay than be bothered any fur
"One sharp rascal, who makes no
pretense of paying his debts, told our
phenomenon that he would have to get
up very early in the morning to get
anything out of him. Our man was
at that fellow's house at 2:30 a. m.,
routed him out and actually got the
money. He never tires and never lets
"Another maddened debtor told him
to sing for his money, and 'old rell
able' simply tcok a stool in the office
and sawed away on 'Old Grimes is
,,,,At ,,ntil he rnt the rash.
A young woman, according to a con
temporary, was de:crlbing to one of
her friends a great chagrin which she
r had undergone.
"I was just almost killed by it," she
said; "I could have cried myself to
"Did you cry?" asked the other.
"No; I was just getting ready to when
the dinner-bell rau,."
An Iowa contemporary says that "the
cigarette law Is a dead failure." The
cigarette itself, however, is still a dead.
Give the ycun, chicks plenty of fine grit
They must have it.
Only those on the lower part of the wheel
are in favor of revolutions.
duaeate ounr lw:'is WitR .'ascsretr.
Candy Cat;':':ib, c '. constipatt! o, forevet
0C, 25c. if C. C. C. fail, draiggists ref :nd mone'
There [re forty-seven Chinese temples in
the Unitvd Satv:e..
1ti o-To-lac for Fifty Cents.
SGuaranteed toa!r'. 31'.,tlt cur,. m:nakes weal
I5L strong, ,.L, ( ," . t... All drl liSta
Penury is often the unexlected wages of
There are ml'e than 40,)00 one room cabins
f To Cure a Cold in Une i-ny.
t Take laxative Broamo Q'.iuine 'riTblc-. All
Druggists refund m;,nv if i: ltloe- tc re. 2a.
Good luck is the most popular brand of
STwo things a woman cannot drive-a man
and a nail.
SWe have not heen without Prin's Cure for
Cons~umption for '5 vyi'ars.--LZZlFE FERRElt
Camp St., Harrisburg. Pa., MA:ty 4, 1~SU
No person is bad an he-rt whom little child
Dg't elB areo ESit and Smoke Tour Life Alwa.
STo quit tobhaco erasily and forever, be mag
aetlo, full . Yire, nerve and vigor, take No-To
Baso, the wlodcr-worker, that makes wealk men
strong. All d:uggists, 50c or 5I. Cure guaran
teed. Book!et and sample free. Addrest
Sterling tRemiedy Co, Chicago or New York.
- A good name will sometimes give you the
use of other men's great riches.
e Hall's Catarrh Cure is a liquid and Is taken
Sinternally, and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system Send for
d testimonials, free. Sold by Druggists, 75c.
S F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, o
- A man has to have a pretty strong pull to
Sequal that of a dull razor.
Is o OCure Constlpation uorever.
a ake Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10o or 5c
If C. C. C. fall to cure. druirists refund money
SThe longer a man follows the races the far
ther they get ahead of him.
at Beauty Is Blood Deep.
Cl.ean' blood means a clean skin. Na
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tie clean your blood arA keep it rclean, by
it -stirring up the lazy liver .d drivi:g all im'
5. purities from the body. Ltegin to-day tc
es bar ish pimples, boils, blotches, bhl.ckheada
en and that sickly bilious complexion by takini
be Cascarets,-beauty for ten cents. All drug
s, gats, uatisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
If wishes were moles lots of beggars would
er get kicked off the earth.
no Mrs. Winlow's Soothing Sytup forchlldreu
teething,softens thegums, reducinginflamma.
tion,allayspain.cures wind colic. 'e. a bottle
The man who rides a hobby is apt to de
ride the hobbies of others.
1 How Jeffer-on Made His Bible.
It There was one book In this collection
Sof the papers of Jefferson which im
pressed me particularly. Jefferson had
n always been described as a free think
e- er, or infidel, and yet here was a great,
Sbig, red morocco book, which he had
e made himself, and which had stamped
upon it in gilt letters "The Life of Jesus
g of Nazareth." The reading matter, all
to that wasn't in Jefferson's handwriting,
was made up of excerpts clipped from
r, all sorts of publications, including the
g Bible, of everything which bore on the
history of the Savior and his work. Jef
ferson had gone laboriously over the
en Bible, clipped out everything which
by bore the remotest reference tothe Sav
be for, and then arranged it in something
of like sequence and pasted it in his book.
There were also clippings in Latin,
he Greek, French, German and Italian.
r Everything which carried the story of
1e the Savior, and especially anything of
te ancient date, no matter what language
ll. it appeared in, he had pasted in this
boo-k.-Dan Quinn, in Kansas City Star.
Surprised the Missionary.
A well-known missionary had occa
sion to give a description of his foreign
work to a large audience in a certain
town. While speaking, he took partic
ular notice of a boy who was listening
with rapt attention to every word the
lecturer uttered. As usual in such ad
dresses, the orator wound up with an
appeal for contributions, however
small, and thinking of his wide-mouth
ed listener, he added that even children
might give their mite.
When the meeting was over the )boy
mounted the platform, and going for.
ward to the lecturer, said:
'Tlease, sir, I was very mifuch inter
ested in your lecture, and-and
Here he hesitated.
"Co on, my little man," said the mis
slonary. "You want to help in the
"No, not that," replied the boy.
"What I want to know is, have you any
foreign stamps you could give a fel
The makers of wooden nutinegs will
have to take a back seat hereafter. Cer
tain Chicago peddlers have been dis
covered selling peach stones for almond
The courtship period for
passed long since, when it won the con
fidence and esteem of thoughtful men and
women 50 years ago.
You need have no doubts, if, when you
,go to buy Sarsaparilla, you simply say the
That is the kind that cured your fathers
and their fathers before them, and it is
the kind that will cure you. Other
Sarsaparillas may look like it, may even
taste like it, but somehow or other they
haven't the knack of curing people that
Ayer's has. Just try one bottle of Ayer's
THE REASON WHY
For man or beast
Excels-is that it Penetrates
to the seat of the trouble im
mediately and without irrita
ting rubbing-and kills the
Family and Stable 81ir
Sold by Dealers generally.
Dr. Earl 8 8loan, Boston, Maas.
*Both my wife an' myself have been
uring CASCARETS t..1 they are the best
medicine we have ever had in the house. Last
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two days, she tried some of yourCASCARETS,
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immediately. We both recommend Cascarets."
CH AS. STEDEFORD.
Plttsburg Safe & Deposit Co., Pittsburg, Pa.
TRADE MARK RKISTeRED
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