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Aii AppriM -latlvo Westerner.
"The more I i u oi this '"v. r.." said a DAD from the far West, "the more it strike me a- bein u lively p and I haven'1 seen anything thai ssed me more strongly with thai idea il.ari the hand loopn I -aw t i;t on I . lines attached to a pair of horses drawings lii a !? at the head of a fun !;! proces sion. I have seen a variety of funerals in various pai t- of this cmntry. but I was never beftfre in a place where they drove the hearse horses so livelj that they had t have hand holds: ou the line-."- New Vork Sun. Wlicii T raveling. VhethfT on i leasure lent, or business, take '.n every tr.p a bottle of Syrup of J igs, a- it acta n.ost pleasantly an . ef fectually on the kidneys, liver ind bowels, preventing fevers, headaches and other forma ol -if: .n-s-. For saio in "'. and $1 bottles ly all leading dtugg.st. Manufactured iy 'he Can forum i ig Syrup Co. only. Happv are they that can hear their detractions and can put them to mend ing. Shakspeare. M. L THOMPSON A CO., Drnggiatt fonder por! I'a. viv Hall's Catarrh Cur i tiie I -it ami nly iOTecvun tor cat a; i h they ever soli ln?gigts U it. 7"c. Tin hottest place in the t'nited States i lo ath Valley, 14d degrees. Condors have h--n killed in Pen1 with wings of forty feet spread. li I . Ai.i.kn Co., .ir'. Canal York, arc sole agents lj the Unite Ne tutl fur Bcectiam'H PUls i.t THE catafomrw of K. me eon remains of t , i (i,0(JU,UUU icti Tli. Hood's Cures "i"onrt'Pii vears tco 1 hid an attack ol tin Krael, anl klDcc have i !i fpry mti aaljrtrnub .1 mil t. m i..-r ut.ii k 1 rim j s. 1 had tii ' ;i !i'-tit'-, ami itl' ikiIIiiiis I L gmct Had do more rolof thai, a mwrbto atiatne. Al ter 1 tad takMi ; Uittleso! Hood's Sarsaparilla Mr. II. M. .Ionian lemtld at anvtli rik without dntroh I have now folly fwowfd, I well sail am wcL" 1. M, II..0.1. I'tlK run all Uwt III Jautidti-r, Imlnr. ntton, Sn-k II. ii.in. h.- Bil HOT WEATHER oiiens the pores, the system Is r taxed and nature k easily reaponds. Drive iJvAv all foul corruption Txv' out of the body now by a course of Kickapoo Indian Sagwa, Nature's ltevxedy of Rool, Barks and Herbs. The best Liver, Storn- L .1 1JIJ O - J A tf T gists, 1.006 Bottles for 0S.OO.S DR. KILMER'S SWAMP-ROOT CURED ME. SUFFERED EIGHT YEARS! Couldn't Eat or Sleep. Dr. Kilmrr & Co: "I had been troubled for eight years with stomach and hart difficulties. 1 liv"ii mostly on mini, as evety-tbing I ate hurt mo so. My kidneys anil liver won1 in a terrible state. CouW neither nlep or eat. 1 bad been treated by the best Chicago doctors without any benefit what ever. A a la.t resort I tried your SWAMP' ROOT, and now I can eat anvthiiiK.no matter what. Nothing hurts me, and eau gotoled and get good night's sleep. SW AMP-ROOT cun-d me. Any one doubting this statement can write, I will gladly answer." Mrs. German Miller. Dec. aOth 1898. 8nnngpurt, Mich. SWAMP-ROOT CURED ME. Had Torpid Liver For 1 4 Years. Bilious all the Time. DEAn Sins: "I have been troubled with Torpid Liver for 14 years and gone through courses ot niuous lever; many times it lui been im- iiossible for me to do any and f labor. lr. Kilmer's gfl A n I'dlOOT w a s first recommended to me tv Holthouse, Blackburn St To.. (Druggists) le';itur. Ind. After taking one bttl I wil uncertain whether I was really tie- rivmir anv benefit or not: after tukliic the second4 bottle, however. T rfound tht mv health was lmnrov- Ug an5 1 continui d until I had taken 6 bottles. I can now cheerfully recommend SWA Si P" BOOT i i'vitv one who baa torpid liver, for it has completely cured me." .Ian. 16th. 1SS8. F. W. Christi vntr. SWAMP-ROOT, The Great Blood Purifier. At Druggl!, 50c.Aifl.00 "Guide to Health1 Fiee. Consul tatton Fre-. Iir. Kilmer A Co., lUv.n HTOS, N. V. Dr. Kaiser's I'urilla T.ivcr ArsThs Hkst1 42 Pills, S5centa J'Ae C'iiest Medii :nr in tie li f ltd it frc.j.-.y DR. ISAAC rHOHPSoVs CELEBRATED EYE-WATER. Tntoarueie tvaflanttauj iTftr.: ptiHclaB'spvs arrti o'U. anl has ben in eoBMaal um- for narW a crnturv. XUm a few dtseasea to which miinkinj are ubjeet more dtntrwlog than sore . and none. prrfijv. for which mora mr.edtea h leen trteil without msectss Fomlteiternat lnrtammatlon of tteejri It is an lnfalltter remedy. If th direo Hon are roliewtHi it will never fail We vmrttcalarly Invite the attention of phi ioiar.s to its r-ie-it. For HOebyalldrnfrsinto JOHN 1 THOMPSOS, St'NS CO.. T:o.N Y. EUtfMabed 17' ISnrerrltrf 1STH9L rinncD'o nao-rti i to inccct by mail. s:owpuOa PtTEHTS THOM vsr SrsrpsOS.Washtnirtoa, I' r. So atty's fee until Patent ob tained. Write for Inventor's Guida BEST POLISH IN THE WORLD. DO NOT BE DECEIVED frith I'.ist.'s. Frame's, and Paints which Bf. the hands, injure the iron, a-ui I ;ra red. Tie Rising Sun Stove Polish is Bril li.n.t. Ch'orless, and Durable. Each package Contains ix ounces; when moistened will m .k scv ra boieJ of Paste Polish. IAS AN ANNUAL SALE Cf 3:C00 TONS. i re- SIGHTS I N A BIG Kffl N PLACES OF INTEREST TO THE CHICAGO VISITOR. The !lllf;irv Pout at I nrf Sli-rk.tn, the Xp Art Iritltut- ami the l.lfe-Kuv Iiir Station All Worthy a VWl from the The World's l air "itv. Cln-aso nrr opoadence: The World's Fair visitor who has exhausted groups of attract i na such a the parks. tre- theaters, the prin cipal buildings and the ik need not look for other point of interest, considered minor only as their scope is Confined to some particular line of art. science, or popular utility. Among such is. notably, . the Art institute of Chicago, and many hours, even a whole day. may be pleasant) v and profitably spent under the roof of this great, in stitution, which, scarcely completed, has thrown its doors ope:; to all who lore the beautiful in its most eloquent forms. It has bee me a sp.t of wide favor with citizens and strangers auke and its accessibility, being located on Am re a All f nan r TfMTTI if fcTNJar M!? .- J r. CTI t4 Fi I JIT w "fit IB1E lift Ha." M 4 .k..,,8 m X 9 sxMo n is.C. the lake- front at the foot of Adams street, its rare architectural exterior, ad its fine galleries combine to draw ' throng and gratify the sense.- and en : lighten the intelligence. Chicago counts a greater number of resident artists than any other metrop olis in the West, according to the di rectory of 1892, and there are in the ; city numbers f very fine pictures. The ; Art Institute is a recent acquisition to i the fraternity. The structure is the I only building on the lake front as far ; south as the park extends, and occu i pies the original site of the Industrial Exposition. It is massive in appear ance, and divided, as to interior, so as to carry oat perfection in convenience in lehalf of the students and t ho pul- Y NTH A N( "E TO THE AltT 1SSTITCTE. lie. The average attendance of pupils Is about four hundred. It.- object is to maintain a school and museum of art, and the building willlie found to con tain a large and carefully selected collection of casts, sculpture, pictures, drawings, marble-; and a library of works on fine art. There is abundant material f- study, good models and life-like objects in profusion, and a practical idea of the details of art in conception and execution may be gleaned from a stroll through the im mense building, devoted to arts dear to the public heart. A plea-ant visit le gun at the Institute may be prolonged by a brief ride to the Vincennes Gal lery of Fine Arts, a handsome struc- tuiv nearer the World's Fair. This in stitution is open at all times to visitors, without admission fee. and contains a largo number of noted paintings and other works of art. The main gallery is claimed to be the finest west of New York. In a similar field, in a wav. to both these institutions, is the Chicago Historical Society, temporarily occupying quar ters at the corner of I?aroorn avenue and t mtario st completion of home. Any ne eet. precedent to t: its now nut. on interested litiii i. ui u local. State and national history observe relics connected notable events and perstms of ua iiete many e past, ocietv. TliC original c : Including over I.H I M '.I Tl 100.1XK.1 bo scripts, was of LST1, t i-. E dest r te orii ;ws y o . i u a! paper and mam it fin aratt lama: ipatii n but the SO lO-t. lU; il IKIS vao aggreg ne-w or. free and Indian artia lie , ecoveri u. e : i .' 1 1 . 1 1 ne Pi paint t icul flB! I v of cl 0 a: a exten,lr5 my. Fort Sheridan. i A most interesting point intheviein i rty of Chicago i- the new military post , at Fort Sheridan, recently adopted and improved by the Government. To I those who have only read of these homes of our regular soldiery, and are curious to see how they live, and to those as well who have visited other I simiiar posts, Fort Sheridan will ajt eal strongly, for in beauty of situation, of ' grounds, and of building:- it lias no ! equal in the United State-, and :;. su perior in the world. The extent ;nl splendor of this post are augtm nt- ed by the natural picturesque ness i ol the high olutt;? lining ;r. K' ". i, .,,.,1 ! which rise fr m the i ; break into ravines and gorges spanned ; by rustic bridge-. The site eh sen because of the delightful and health- ! ful 1 cation, and just past the grounds I runs the celebrated Sheridan road, the ' great boulevard which, with its e n ! necting highways, is the largest and ' broadest in the world, and which, when i completed, will be eighteen miles in length, and dotted with palatial man sions and radiant gardens. Fort Sheridan is located within less than an hour's ride from Chicago, on the Chicago and Northwestern Rail- tW A road. It contains many buildings, many soldiers and a large landed area. It is well worth the time devoted t: inspect tho quarters and paraphernalia of the camp, the evolu tions of tho soldiers being particularly interesting. The structure- of tho ost are massive and of permanent sta bility. The barracks and water tower building i.- i,(MT feet in length, the armory mess hall 17i feet. There aie five fine edifices, resembling private residences, and ustd as quarters for the held officers, captains, lieutenants, non commissioned officers, and administra tion building. The cavalry drill hall and stable - ar. together, over 500 feet in length, and the chapel, guard-house, and pumping st ation, which is to have an imposing tower in connection, are models of architectural beauty and ; j t . The Ufe-Sa vin; Station. The sight-set r on the way to Fort Sheridan or return may score a point in the way of pleasure and instruction by stopping off th- train at Evanston, a suburb some b-n miles north of Chica go. The model village of the section. Evanston is of itself worth being seen, with it- palatial houses and magnifi cent university buildings, but it is also notable as being one of the principal life-saving stations along Lake Michi gan. Those who wish to in spect the workings of the serv ice nearer at home, however, may do so at the pier just beyond the Randolph street viaduct, where a similar life-saving crew is stationed. These men are a drilled, sturdy set of fellows, whose mission is fraught with peril and heroism, and the appearance of their heme and environment is sug gestive of many a famous nautical epi sode in history. The station includes buildings with a tower, from which with his lieldglass the lookout con stantly scans the surface of the lake for any craft in distress. The finest lifeboats and everv accessory are readv at hand the tvekt the life-lines. baskets, beacons and the like. and. in the fiercest of storms, the crew sally forth to aid and rescue distressed mar iners afloat. A visit to this station of the service involves only a brief walk, taking in a splendid view of the lake and harbor. Strangers preferring to see the one at Evanston may go thither by boat for a small fee, the trip consuming a few hours, and enabling a view of the fine residence frontage on the lake shore drive, the crib, the water-works and Lincoln Park. Wine Worth Its Weight In Gold. Tho champagne drank at the Martin Craven wedding in New York City .ast week was a vintage which had never been served in this country before. Dottles of this wine are worth their weight in gold. Bradley Martin boagbt 20" of these from the Cafe Royal in London, paving $50 a bottle. Connois seurs like Mr. McAllister were delighted at this part of tho entertainment whieh, to those who appreciate rare w:ne-, was a r yal fe St. Jfpwe Daxiels, of Buffalo of Sir reme Court, rose to his present tion :r.m the cob- ler's bench poet Whittier worked a- a -ho n in hi t ar v u.iys. The iker None but Royal Baking l ouder is absolutely pure. No other equuls it, or approaches it in leavening 3 t strength, purity, or wholesomeness. (See U. S. Gov't Reports.) Xo other is made from cream ot tartar specially refined for it and chemically pure. Xo other makes such lieht, sweet, finely-flavored, and wholesome food. Xo other v.-ill maintain its strength without loss until used, or will make bread or cake that will keep fresh so long, or that can be eaten hot with impunity, even by dyspeptics. Xo other If you want the Best Food, Royal Baking Powder is indispensable. a a a V, ' RUSSIAN MEDICAL CENSUS. Soaae Sui;,-ti' l i;'iirrs Whose c uimcv Is I micr (irave Suftplehm. There arc t?'ini' interestino; ami sug gestive figures in the Uussiau m 'tlieal lviisus for IMMJ. some tiartji "i which li:iv.' inst In...'; tcili! isln.il in Ivnodftnd iave lust t . H- IVlw 'I T l 'a apoai tit ly v it h Kuro- iKiltl KlU la alone, ura iKiulatitn d l 1"'.'. j.'i1h. Among lliese lt".Hi ukhi of smalliKx. U3.tHiU of scarlet fever, 20,000 of typhus, and jo.ooo ,it dipu- theria which hitter disease is endemic in Russia. Tae death-rate is 37.!! per 1,000, birth -rate 40.H. There are. in -i i 1 r .... it- i tne wnoie empire. puouc uos- i p y. pitals, 10,805 qualified medical prac- j "Ami have yen any weights?" con titioners. 11,950 male and female fold- j tinned the Judge. An answer this sehers. T ,l!T". professional nurses. It time in the negative was as promptly apjM-ars upon calculation that there i- j given. one medical practitioner to 10,000 peo- "But how did vou manage to weigh pie in Kuronean Russia, one to lM.oini ; vour butter?" asked the magistrate. m tl. a.ieasus. one to l:.oon m Si- be -i.'.. and one to lo:i,50(i in Central Asia. The death-rate for these parts '- not given, possibly becaus it i- not kii 'vvu or calculable. It is evident, of course, that medical men must lie much more common in the towns than in the less thickly populated district -, and there are said t be WJO districts in which there is no doctor at .all. Never - theless the report dtndares the death- rate is only .17.3 per I.OdO. Lho moral to be drawn from thi- appartmtly is. either that the figures are inaccurate or that in Russia disease is not any more fatal than thcd ctor. New York Rvening Post. The greatest savings bank in this country is the Provident Institution, of Boston. It was started in Mitt, and has run until this time with. t use the words of its President. Henry Lee. "not the loss of a dollar by dish, me -ty." "There is a tradition," said Mr. Lee, ''that the bank was founded pa.-th at the urgent request of good Bi-h p. afterward. Cardinal. Cheverus, that his 'people, as he called them, might have a place of deposit, so as not to spend or lose their little saving-. A lew years later, at tne Hisnop s sug- gestion. the plan of partial withhold ing of the bank s earnings and the declaration of surplus dividends every five years was adopted. This was to induce the same eople t- keep a well as (! sit their savings: in bunk." The institution now has over 50,000 de positors and over $'15,000,000 in depos its. The larirest dejKsit which the management i- allowed to accept is $1,000. The bunk in the early period paid 5 per cent, interest, but the rate is now 4 per c nt dends every five paid, as the law quires the sett i m' Th. ears the aside surplus divi are no longer ST ite n w i-i-of a reserve fund. Glol K-Democrat. The Airn:u hi in Dinner Hoar Is fraught with no ilea-ant anticipations for the unhappy mortal p'aened with Uy.-pepsi. Appetite seldom, discomfort after ari'I br t ween n.eals always is his portion. Heart burn and flatubnc? snbsoiiuenT to eat inc. a frnawing at the pit of tho stomach before it. an-only a few a:ona the woe arising from this truly inij ;sh c mplaint. Sick headsche, nervousness, const ipati n and biliousness are its diabolical offspring. Each and all of tiem are annihilated by Host' tt r's Stomach Hit ters which tones the gastric o-.vara and : u latta the livtr and th bowels with certainty and promptitude. Chills tnd fever, kidney trouble, rheumatism and neura'gia ar- also remedied by this medicine of rate purity and comprehensive uses. Invalid- of nil kinds tee greatly and swiftly benefited by it. Saved by Sunshine I think the sujerb health of ray tam- llv is to a g: e it extei ue to trie ::at.t in sunshine. wo have of almost living in Everv bright tia allof the s: utters are open, and the entire house gets the benefit of sunlight. It drives away dampness, mold, microbes and blue j devils, and puts us all in good humor; and health. I cannot imagine good sanitary condition- and darkness. Even ! my cellar is as light a- I can possibly I make it. and whatever fruit and deli- 1 cacies need to be shut away from ; light I ut i close eupooarus or cov- I have sheets of -anva- hrown over them before away, and always take arrange mv st "res that i . . . ered bose that can 1 they are put fains so to nothing will tree o an aoun ile who live in dance of Lig badly iighte oi lor and les intend to -p. t ihe re of sli "ht. People d apart men s health, i . . a v i ill Lie I f r ne di m t iv- in an atmi -- nu m N. v. V i ieuger A New Idea. The Od li laying opper ana arr W 1 ! cent peop t,-. Si arm i is so economical. S a a fc a A Partner, but No ,1u A certain baker in b i iness in a small town in Xormandv obtained hi - supply of butter from a farmer in the neigh borhood. me iay he discovered that the pat.-, which were sujixtsed to weigh three punds ea'h. were not up to the standard, and further examination re vealed a steadv diminution in the daily provision. At last the baker lod ei. a tormal eomjlaint and the affair was against the farmer, brought before the local court. : "Have you scales? ; istrate. j "Yes. Monsieur U t ' inquired the mai .1 ugi'." was the ri Then the farmer related that ever since the baker had taken his butter he j had returned the eompliment bv buying ! his bread. The baker supplied him j with three-pound loaves, and he had used them as weights for his butter, ! "It i his fault, n t mine, if the weight j is not correct." added the farmer, who was speiHiily acquitted and left the J court in triumph with an -scort of i friends and admirers. Since this trial the farmer is said Vy have been sup plied with more t' .n his due provision of bread, but he has taken good care not to fall into the opposite error, and the baker lias now his three-povr.d p its of butter, full weight, but ; o an ounce more Valuable Drug in Chi tut. A drug i- used in North China which in actual value far surpasses anything which, has been known in other land-. The substance in qnestion is called ginseng, and is t he root of araiia quin que folia. It is so highly valued as a tonic anil stimulant medicine in China that it is sold at from twenty to 250 times its weight in silver: s nettmes for 500 times that amount. Authorities state, however, that it tMissesses no im- j portant medicinal properties. Next to China the drug i produced m g.n (uantv in orea. aim is tne principal article of export From (.orea into! 'fiimi. So much i- this the case that the Coreans are loat h to part with any seeds of the plant lest their practical mo nopoly in this root should bo invaded. Perhaps, however, the forcijrn substitute-of the real product, ginseng, which reach the Chinese markets from North America and elsewher . inter fere with the native production. But with silver in one scale and portions of the highly esteemed root in the other, it seems reasonably to conclude that the cultivation of the araiia quinque folia in North China would be remun erative whatever the cost and trouble. Pearsons Weekly 19 . . , l -i . .1 It's a lti-iil tf uwky Infant Now. Texas is still in it 4 infancy: it is still wearing it- swaddling clothe-. It is. however, a huge infant, and large bodie- move slowly. I" is laving the foundation for a great future. It- voice is still an infantile one. bijt the time i near at hand when it will have gained strength enough to heard through out the length and breadth of the world of progress. It :ia up to this time less than one-tenth of the popula tion it can accommodate without beinc crowded. But a- money begets money, so does population beget population, and it- ratio of increase, like Aster's millions afjer he had accumulated his first million, will lead it to become the "Empire State" at n (ialveston Nevrs. ery di-t;-.; Ovik twenty year-, ot experience aid ex periment In making Dobbins' Electric Soap ha- enabled u to brln ut now t n--w 5c soar., the lest in the world. Dobbins Per fect Soap. Ask your grocer for it. Coral, often used in jewelry, is an insect product. The best specimens are found in the Indian tcean. Mediterranean S-a and N K. Brown's F.ssenre Jan. aica ;inirer will core a cold. None better. Try u. Only 25 cents. I I ) I i' MAKES ITSELF FELT the great, griping, old-fashioned pill. Not only when you take It. but un pleasant, from first to last, and It only gives you a little temporary good. The thing? to take its place are Dr. Pie-ec-'? Pleasant Pellets. One of these at a do-e will rtjulaie the Whole system perfectly. They're tiny, Bu gar-coated graauies, scarcely lar?v-r than mustard seeds. They act in Nature's own wav. No reaction afterward. Their help fasti and they do permanent good. Consti pation. Indigestion, Biliou- Attacks. Sick or Biiious Headaches, and all derange ment? of the liver. Btomach. and bowela are prevented, relieved and cured. They're the chearK-st, for they're nLzr anfftd to give satisfaction or money is rev lurutd. Nothing cva be -just as good." "German Syrup I simply state that I atu Druggist and Postmaster here at;d am there fore iti a position to judge. I h..v tried many Cough Synr, but for ten years p.it have found nothing equal to Bxisehe's German :;:p. I havegivenit totm baby (ox Croup with the most satisfactory results. Every mother should have it. J. II. Hobbs, Druggist and Postmaster, Moffat, Texas. We present fcct living facts, of to-day Boschee't Gorman Syrup gives strength to tli bod v. Take no substitute. Unequalled Strain SERVICE FROM . . . s3r rHICACO to BUFFALO NEW YORK BOSTON - and intermediate TOURIST points o TICKETS to the EASTERN Er - U SORTS now on Bale. Send for I list of routes atid rates. A.J.SMITH, C.K.WILBER. 111. 4(t.. w r-. . ei.vvn.i. uiuivii. DADWAY'S ' PILLS, lurtly wjj. t:iii mild aa4 re liable C : of ln. -ti 'ii . ..isi'i't Mi-'ri'tuii .ini lii'lthful : aa lm itv for th cure ot all tliMller ot t i St tu Livnr. liowols Knlut'vr- Btaddrr, Servoun Pt(waaa Ountipation, C to in tw LOSS OF APPETITE. SICK HEADACHE INDIGESTION BUJOOSNE 1 coNsnr vrioN, DYSinriill aVOItSprW thf t 1 1 . V . Tlfl n III Jit. til - KnUtlfaS troni 1 'l-i a, t ot tin I ik s1ii. Oikuuh ConstiratK.n Inward I'll-.. Fullii-w ! HI.-...1 tl! Head A.'i.lltv ot th- sitnafa Ntm.... II ra burn lusijit .t li..i fulint-NS. or Wt-int.t in tM Slituaoh, Sour ErutatiOtts. SI kins or F.Mto ritm t'o- lb-art 4tioktim or sutTi-rttw Setlsattou Una i.j u . i ji...tur-. lhluuw "t n.j.i: Lfcit l ft ti K ' . i sutltt. tVwr and Pull Pun in ib- n . ... v ..i rVnt'ir tion kVi ownma ot tb kij .. . ; to Pain In -id Chert Ltatfati and suddoa h i u-tt. - i II 'at rltranic in the Ft kIi A t l.o c..t P.VAVs I'liXH m ill tree tbe aVS t. in Eroin all tin ab ve named dtiiorder soli! tiv DrtiacirtM . r -e j.'Vct. er Ikx. S.-Bii to K41t. AY .V Co N... ;0 Wan . li sir. t Nw York, t r Book ot Adviov WHeans Positively cure T'ilious Attacks, Con stipation, Sick-Headache f etc. 25 cents per bottle, at Ding Stores. Write for sample dose, free. J. f. SMITH & CO. New York A remedv vbtck. If ti d l y rvea about toeapwieuca the painti;l ordeal at tel. da tit u;ion Chlld-hlrth. prva a:i infallllile rued tte fur.andobTiatea tbo torture of cma hi.e'iicnt, IsaaanliiK 1 1 : B denser thereor to Ix .th mother and ihild. ( drugglSM t-xpreaa d i.rice, bottle, cha paid. .11 r i't ,er : t- 'tDriELD REGULATOR CO.. An HA0I MM COLLARS fcCUFFS. lP1T.li'BTta. AWttO. M1t MUIU0.2V.JI Th-heat anl moat eof nnmical Collar and Cuffa worn Trv tbetB. Vou wlli like ttiem. Look well. Kit well. Wenr well. Sold f-r '43 cent fur . in f Ten eouara or Fiv palraof colfa. a satni le e...llar atel patrof cuflu MM hi mall for Si Onm. 4'Mrs. cl iiiir lt- und Mvle wanted "Mt Ma 4eaiera br tmtm. Heerlble I nllur ( ., 27 Kill v St. 'ttoa. Ely's Cream Balm WILL ( I KK CATARRH rira .10 ( out a. Apply Ba:io ii. t eacb Doatrll. ELY UUyS. M Warren 8U M. T. WCornerMxtr-third street ,1,,! Prtaoetou Avemio lEnalewood . Cblcaaa nret-claai f)-d goodtabla, Katee Vi per dar. EfectMc earn to WorM'a Fair Groanda; W Mlnatea' ride K. W.Jomta eYopr -or Uu. '.' It.i v.oeth. Harm trmlat.l (by Jmi - ft. W a wV-kK.U ma . . .. .. . - nearer, in 1 la. PftTEMTS. ,fS. viiVT Jl?0.!, A,,r''-" . Patetitahtltti tn. lo.rmi.r. I IU4H,. 1 r M-M T..l.' t atei.t. i-ATaxx o'Kaiiaeu. Wushlngi. n, 1. O. t ttfHK.N WltlTlX; T(i li' ;ri i rC J'le. ;,y r-t w tt-.f lit ; i ,, na in tin- ..er. PtaOt Remedr fh, Catarrh ! ihe vt. BarteM U l".e. an1 'hear. ' 11 Hold t'V ill or l I. rtl IMC K T UazeitUie. Warnu IW.