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M t i,, i, U Tf : rt it n i 5 ' v i i i i n n ! ! y i's Turf ry J.ytlU J. I'inkl.r. ) c-cíalio (. ! (.nr. 5. "Pkah Jim. Pinkiiam: I hnvn rever in rr.y lifi given R testimonial before, bul yon )mv done s much for ni! that, I f.d called pon to givo yon ti. is unsolicited acknowledgement of ,. : .si i i f '7' 'tí' jirts. ,!ennjr r.. OTONN-r,T,r-, Prealdont of Oakland Woman'. Hiding Club, the wonderful curat i ve value of I, villa 1. l'lnkliam's VcirrtaMo Com pound. For eight years I hud female) trouble, falling of tho womb and other complications. During1 th.it time I was more or less of an invalid and not much pood for anything, until one day I found a book in my ball tolling of the cures you could perform. I became Interested I bought a bottle of I,ydli, 1Z. l'inh, hum's VouPfahlo ni poililil and was helped; 1 continued its use and in seven months was cured, and since that time I have had perfect health. Thanks, dear Mrs. Pinkhatn a?ain, for the health I now enjoy." Mas. Jennie O'DoNNKf.r., 278 Kast 31st St., Chicago. 111. 5OO0 forfeit If a 6m;. testimonial la not genuine. Women Kufforinjr from any form of female ills can l cured ly Lydia 12. Pinliliam'g Vegeta ble Compound. That's sure. Mrs. Pinkhain advises sick wo men free. Address, Lynn, Mass. Denver Directory. IN i AND AWNING CO. I S: ifl . . II ..... I I nrlnt'T Str'f. BROWN PALACF HOTEL', Juinii'm fliui Aiaericau plum, uutl $A ami up, OXFORD HOTEL "WZa bli icily ll nt-cluus, l'ouular Price.. U. U. Murae, Mltt. DRUNKENNESS CURED K..?'.-'! ampie free, liowen Nervo Co.. 1MI5 Larimer, Denver KTOVlV KKPAHiS fur every known ninke of l'AW ' i J Btuve, lurnuce or mure. Oh'.). A. PULLEN, l;tu Ijiwrence til., Ui uvor, 'I'liuiio Ijr,. nQ fount y, Town and School Wnrrnnt. nml LltHUO Uoiulu Hiul choice Induxtrliil ne.urllli(8 boilnlit and sold. W. C. PACK AKI), 10 Cooper Did. OUR NuYv' PURCIIASn THE DNISH WEST INCIC3. The Three Mamd Are Small, Rut of Value In Time of War. One H Fine Harbor. There lire thtce Inltindx In the InWI West i : i ;i n proup St. 'i'cl or Santa Cruz, St. 'J hoinas nnd St. John. In t í i lisien 1 1 y eiuisl.leied the Dani-di Wist Indies nreof kiiiiiII Iiei omit, h.'t through their eoi-1'iiphlcnl po-ilien they Hie of Inestli able value. St in tedien íl v, they hold thi Key to the West Indian mid South American niHintteti In caste of war. The island of St. Croix contains ninety-four H'lnare niil.s nml a popula tion of 2o.(Hiu, more tluin half of whom lire to be found In the two towns of ChrlHtlaiistndt nml Fredoi iehshidt. The Kinnllest of the Islands. St. John, Is only eljjht miles by four In area nnd has a population of 2.mh, must of whom nie negroes or niu!atto-s, nml, with few cxeetlons, very poor. T'hH Island of St. John contains a harbor, known ns Coral bay. It Is considered "huiTlenne. proof," even in the late Niimmer season when the tropic cy clones rat?e. It Is a triple harbor with pood nnchorancs and a depth of thir teen fathoms of water. St. Thomas Is thirteen miles In length nnd four in breadth nnd has a popula tion of about 1.!.(KK). It Is not fertile, as Its soil has boon washtd nwny fiom the eteep hillsides by the toirciitini rains of the wet season. The principal town Is Charlotte Auialln, n poor coin, lnunity living on the memory of the past glories when the hnvhnr was t lie rendezvous of the buccaneers.. The harlwir of Charlotte A mulla has six fathoms of water and an entrance half a mili nernss. According to experts, this harbor, with Its surrounding hills, might be made the Gibraltar of the West In dies. This Is the harbor so highly commended by Admiral David 1). Por ter many year, ngo. lie. told Charles Sumner that there was none other In the West Indies so well fitted for n na val station. It lies directly In the tiack of vessels from Europe, Hrnzll, the Kast Indies nnd the Pacific ocean bound to the West Indies or the Culled States. He cnlled It the keystone to the arch of the West India Islands. Naval experts declare that the harbor of Charlotte Aninlla Is of more value to the I'nited States than to any other country. The fact that the I'nited States now has Porto II leo does not Improve the situation. Porto Men has no harbor on Its southern side, and San Juan on the northern side cannot shelter many líovell'.e for the new and taps for the old And the dawn of a better nay. And the plowman's rhout In the rice field preen. And tho plenm of a kerchief cny, Where the women wah on the river hank, The river that flows along, And Into the pea that slns for aye A dorp-voiced welcome song. Reveille for the in. -.7 and tapa for the old. And the trenches are leveled down v here the sun-flag waved defiance wild To the legions clad in brown. W'here the Mauser Bpoke and the skir mishers Charged down In dread array, And they who fell found a ready prave In the lead-torn trench that day. Reveille for the new and taps for the old, And the dawn of a better dar, When the bolo rusts on the bamboo wall And the tears are wiped away. When the brown man finds a brother In The white man firm and true. One people, one God, and Just one Dag, The old red, white an 1 blue. Robert D. Carr In Denver Times. Army Organisation. In regard to army organization we have learned gomo lessons. For In stance, It Is known that our commis sary and transport systems In China were excelled by those of no other na tion except possibly Japan. Tho Ger mans, whom Mr. Poultney Bigelow holds up as our model, were notori ously badly off, and It Is said that our juartermaster department actually provided them with overcoats. It must be rememhered that any system, even the best. Is Ikely to go to pieces In j;tual war. The Germans have not been tested for thirty years. Further, it can not bo too strongly Insisted that we do not want any such system as that of the Germans. Our theory is totally different. We think it better jnd cheaper to take some chances, and DAtMT DflnC We mnnufnclure the best and rHIIII IHiur ciiearet roof paint In the mar ket, In black, brown and red colon. Y ATKINS Mb.NE. CO., VOi Waxee 81 BEE & DAIRY SUPPLIES í!" Write for CatuloRuo. W uikiiis MiUo (Jo., XCvJü V, ozee. VAMTCH 81'wpi to soil our Oolorarto-tfrowD ffl 11 I l U tmrwerv l-k. All Rtork srimrimteHtl ii iti.ii. n llllt'd trut to iittmtt. Ftrfrfly fi r-l tul in It It' 1 I 1 tUMi V .fiii luí-mil iitft'iitu, 8t'nily nniilov' iHiiit-y n. .lie nit'u. -ioine iioicu r.. i irt .i. i-t. r.ir inrnw, trn Niii'm-i y to., Uviivw, Colo, DR. D. C. MATTHEWS DENTIST. Full Set of Teeth 14.00, Snv yonr fiire on I'enlnl Work. IKS JTfliNl., Cor. Cui tiBuinl 17th. Open Humluy HARTFORD LOAN & TRUST CO. KHNKST-CRANMKR KI.PO., HKNVKK. IiiIrived aiul t'ljlniprovetl ItHnrli Property. A few arid ouuileri In Knstern Colorado. Town lota m 31. mm v na and w ludMir, Oiund Valley Ijiud MEN WANTED Zr'tiZ " oioruiio .rown iMirfery M.M'k. Ilent liccrt In 11. S. LaixeHt NurKerlcH In the Wet. Knlal). lfviy. IMXIINAIIUNAI, MJHstltlK.S, Denver, Colo. APCMTO UAUTtn fr rtULIMÜ tMlllU WOULD S ONLV SAN 1 i Alii 1)1 s IT.K.s.s h UMIlt HHUKII. A ponitWe ne- cwfidlly. BlkVet (teller on earth. One aent sold IK urfct oa-. nainpie Kent nirfj. .xcln4lve ti'rrHorj- glv eu. Liunilch liiufh Co., McCliutuck Did., Denver, Col. r no oi oi inieiii, pciir-ionB ann riaitns. Also prac tical enyineer and mai liiuj.t. Intricate mechanical patent caitet. a pecnitlv. .SOT- Century Ilulldlnir, 17th and Hlout bto. Jenver, Colo. PATENTS "'.te. PIANOS I LWi"rlCe.. Sold on nia!l monltily InKtailmentw anywhere in Col orado Wyoming and New Mciico. CataloKiie. fur vlnhed on application. Corieiondcnce Holiclted. Tilt SlOMtLllS P1A.NO C., 813-6'Jl 10th St. Denver, Colo. BANKRUPT STOCK of 30, 40, S5U Olive 111. ) ele Cut to Laruet SttK-k of lllcycla and llicy ie Sundries Im twwn St. l.oniH A'hrl-co Tiren Kl. per pair up. ) Vi lllT K t'tm Saddlea, 7R cent each, f DKTAII, I'Hli'KS ON Pedall, fl.im per pair. t-UN lH I I'.S. 11KOW1S Hi ItKC'K, llenver, Colo. .'4 n. n. BUIvLINCAMD & CO., ASSAY OFFICE d laboratory Ektkbli.hcd In Colorado. IRÍA Samples by mallor exprewiUreceie prompt and t-areful attention C-IJ f Canrp..Hlnn Heiined, Meded and ..J Cu V....-1 I.Í....V.I OM PUHCMABIO. Ciinrrprnf'rn Tflrfe lOOlba. orear load lota. Ul-v.Hi.uUI! Write tor term,. 1736-1738 Lawrence St.. Denver. Culo.. to meet emergencies as thev arise. vessels, Is shallow and not easily de-1 War Is not our business, and we can fended Nnvnl otlicers say that, in 1 not make our people believe that It Is. 7Zu nT1"'' ,,lK 1"!',',,?,r "r phavlr"t(s 01 course, we were not ready for the Anmlla alone Is worth the price of the . Spanl!jh war Yct we got rody fop u St. Tilomas is tliirtv-eight miles east ' índ .foUEht U thro"8l victory con- of Porto Uieo. The princliial products uctlnS operations on opposite sides of of the Islands are sugnr nnd rum. It tno E'obe In less than four months, tuny be recnlliHl that negotiations were . ft was a great scramble, yet we doubt opened looking for their actiiilsltion as . whether even Germany could beat that early ns IStiT. A basis of negotiation I record. Yet there should he reform in d the minister at ( penhagen was Instructed to offer Í5, 1 ,.T "6r "'m 000,0(10 for the three islands. This of- 1 "7 V fl" " m lu? worlu' armen fer was declined. Denmark's price then nro"6not -'th modern weapons, being $15.000,000, or ?10,0K),0X) for St. thoro"8hly equipped and drilled, and Thomas nnd St. John. A compromise organized on the best possible lines, wis finally effected in July. 1S7, at rn relations between It and the Na- $7,f00,ti00 for these two. Then en- tlonal Guard should bs much closer sued the long delay In ratifying the than they are. The whole staff depart- trenty, and Its final rejection, In spite ment Bhould be organized for efilcien- a, VÓ "L "." ." T " an1 should be regarded as one of ...... ... ,ii,,tic, nil ni JSIltlKIS nnd their inhabitants to the United States. To make funning, a success In Colo rado these things nro necessary: 1. Fine land. 2. Abundant water rights with old priorities. 3. A properly constructed canal free from debt. 4. Industrious and intelligent men to cultivate the land. The Homero Irrigation Company has provided the first three essentials. The fact that J. C. t'lrleh had charge of the surveying nnd Homer Ncel of the con struetion of the canal Is suniclent evi dence that it Is os nearly pet feet as a canal can tie. the most Important branches of the lervlce. Men who are chosen to com mand other men In war must bi chos en solely for their fitness. Indianap olis xncws. Itreastworks of Snow. Itccent experiments made In Norway have proved that snow Is a substance which offers a surprising resistance to penetration by a riñe bullet. Its re 6istance has been found to be far greater than wood, though not, of course, so great as earth. It was shown that a wall of snow four feet thick. Is absolutely proof against the Norwegian army rifle, which is an arm Jiiree points having been provided ; ci great penetrative force. Volleys i or, u neiieiKis upon tne reader periinps i were nrea at the snow breastworks to supply the fourth. If this interests first at a distance of hnlf n miio you, for further details and Illustrated , then eraduallv nt r1ecroaiiino. ,n,' D j - . -up, umiautca, pamphlet write to Zeph. Clins. Felt. 102 Uoston building, Denver, Colorado. The cereals (wheat, corn, oats, rye until the range was only fifty yards, and the white walls were not once penetrated. This suggests a. new nnd bailey) raised In the United States means oi fiell defense in winter cam- during the past five years represent n Pa'SmnS. snow being much more eas vaute to the fanner of $t,2r0.000,tMM). or an Increase of nearly $I,000,000,WK) over the preceding five years. PUTNAM FADELESS DYE3 do not stain the hands or spot the kettle (ex cept green and purple). Sold by drujr- ííists, 10c. per package. No fewer than ,riS7.KS4 prisoners were In the prisons of British India lu lN'.IO l'.HtO, an Increase of JJ2.(HH over the number for 1S!)1. Of this huge total only 24,.r5f were females, which Is a smaller proportion than In western countries. (iarfleld Headache P.iw.lera' . l,.M.au- M .i. fur luc, 1 Powder curen a headache. Dar-es-Salaam, the capital of Ger man Kast Afilen, which, seven years ngo, was a village Inhabited by 100 na tives. Is now u town witli UOO European nnd 21,000 native Inhabitants. It lias three hotels, several hundred stores and a newspniwr. V.'e are c cs!ng out M 1 1 Í A & A b 4 a kit Coi;! cell 1 t t v I j ft. 1 (('Isolds f:r IGcTc Ji im a fni't ttmt Kitlieer's Yiypfahle and flower I . lit ai h l iti i til in u 1 1 i'K y íit tici is , atutl un mote i:i!ni tiut'i iiv utticr C. . ( T in Aincili a. 'I Ik f i n u?. ji fi i t lii. - ,v . Um Dív,... i.ti.M'í ..r 1,1,1. tfia. ill irvN S- 1'1,'r lo ll,lltir yt'Ulotjy ttwiu F or tü Cenia Postpaid AND STOCK BAflCIIES. THE CENTRAL TRUST CO., Denver, Colorado. ni tlllA.lll'A Sini tT. 1 I.L 8S4. S 1 I Ik Shi ! 1m I ! II H klntl. ofmml luioni rdub( in o. i glurliiuii lou.Mli , Ha rrt.t Iriiuta t.rttik in nil ico kinds ivwittvely funiúMli. I'l-lto uf tlmiiiiinn flow unit h i bini IdfS Of i-.in.-li f, V' ul l, (, fi I-K'-tlie-r wnli our tf"-,tt ti.' nit f ; t;! i"M auna i..Jtini una,',,. L : JOHN A. SALZER SEED CO., L Crosse, Wis. GOOD CRPC A 1 8 . H , Ily handled than earth or sand bags. iroops lntrenctilng themselves In enow banks would be a novel and pic turesque sight. It Is disputed whether or not Andrew Jackson made use of cotton balea In his defenses at the bat tle of New Orleans, though he got the credit for having done so. Whether he did or not he will have to give plac? In the matter of novel breastworks to the general who shall first use field fortifications of snow. New York Press. MAKE. GOOD CROPS Our Keels are AllAI'Tl h TO Till! litltlilUf ! LANDS Of TUB , Vt.-tl. A 1 I 1.1. I I.M'. Ut Garden, Field and Flower Seeds, F-TiUZ R3, CARini TCSLS, I (II III V A 1 Vi i i'e 1..I otu I I V. T.t pot! H I- t I'l 1V M 1 1 1 I I s, lliu.tu.ic.l Cu'.,i.,j,io 1 Hi t.. Cclorndo Seed llcuse i:";;:::: r "1 fonLtlrm MO Qui! - 4 I W . A Chill JWy "Come A Cropper-', If Chili and the Argentine Republic go to war Chili, the swaggering South American bantam, Is likely to have her wings clipped; for, on paper at least, the Argentine Is the much more power ful nation, says the New York Press. Ever since Chill whipped Peru she has been Insolent to all nations, especially to the United States, a country which the majorly of Chilanos believe she could bring to terms with ease and dispatch. Chill has a population of about 3,000,000, while tho Argentine has a population of 4.000,000. Iu arta Chill Is leys than 300,000 square miles, while the Argentine has an area of nearly 4,000,000 square miles. Chill's regular army consiats of 9,000 men and her reserve forces of 30,000 men, while the Argentine has nearly 30,000 men In her army and a reserve of 480,000, nearly all of whom have received mil itary training, pvery year this na tional guard Is mobilized and receives two months' training In a camp of In struction, besides their drills during the rest of the year. The Argentino riavy consists of four coast defense monitors, of which two are of the new type, six armored cruisers, three second-class cruisers of high speed, seven Binailer cruiser:! and gunboats of mod ern build and several of old type: three torpedo boat destroyers and twelve first -class, ami ten di'coiitl-chtHS torpedo bouts. Five of tho armored cruisers aro of nearly 7,000 tons dis placement and of modern build. They are replete with every modern appli ance and dc.il-ned !r a triced of t, kiiois an hour. Chili ia boastful of her navy. It eons!. Is of live armored cruisers, iiiclinüu;; the old l!.i;t; car and tlitt AliuM'diiie CM-liritn, liui't ia lSil; the Capta'il I'l at. l-V:.er.',!, , , O'i M, ui tlie .it!y t- morel ci !,. in iu 1,.T ii. r, y W'.iili l.i'M;:; i.!,.iut The a he las t : ,. nd cl.s.. a.il three third rlns cnilm'H nnd eleven, gunhonts of small nrei 'nut, the most of them. She has ni: four deatroyirs snd lif(ren 'first -cía ss and four secol.d tinKS torpedo boabi. Ironilit ltick Tart. One of tho ofilcers slalionerj at the PresLllo tt Us the following story about Gen. Kohhe wliile ho was warring In the Philippines, says the San Francis co News-letter. The Morros are friendly to the United States govern ment, nnd their chiefs and the ofilcers of our troops exchange civilities often. The Morros are tho most Intelligent of all the Filipinos, and when Gen. Kohbo wants Information about people or conditions he calls upon bis Morro friends for It. During the past year Gen. Kobbe asked his Morro friends to arrest a Filipino criminal for him. Several of the fleet-footed Morros be gan the hunt, nnd they were terrify ing, for they dress always In bright scarlet. They were absent enveral days, and they came into Gen. Kohbe's headquarters carrying a basket. The general turned to them and asked: "Well, did you bring hack your man?" They shook their heads and looked ashamed. Then one of them removed tho cover from the basket and out rolled the head of the culprit, "We regret exceedingly, your excellency," fald they with much Spanish cere mony, and bowing to the earth, "hut tb's Is all of him we could .fetch hack with us." The general accepted their apology. CnnllDT Station,. Next. It is hinted at the Navy Department that plans are being formulated for the acquirement of coaling stations for the use of our warships which wili de fend the Isthmian canal. Now that the treaty Is slgr.ed an 1 i:n:;!and has sub mitted to our aVnT. ti.at jive defend the canal accorllug to our wishes, It has become Incumbent upon our Navy Department to make such preparations as are necessary for the maintenance of a fleet In the vicinity of the pro posed canal. The stations will be es tablished at Almirante Day, the Chl rlqul Lagoon, Colombia; the Gulf of Dulce, Costa Rica, the Danish West Indies and tho Gallnpagoos Island, off the coast and belonging to Ecuador. Admiral Dewey says the canal tan be defended only by the navy. Rear Ad miral B'indford, chief of the Rureau of Equipment, and a member of the Naval War Board, says the defense of tho canal will be the guns of the Am erican fleet, and In order that the fleet may operate from near-by bases It Is necessary that they be established without delay. Army and Navy Journal. A Fighting Regiment. Back of the simple announcement that the Twenty-third United States Infantry arrived at New York on De cember 1 on the United States trans port Buford, there Is a story which constitutes one of tho most picturesque chapters In the history of the Spanish war. In tho three and a half years which have passed since It sailed from San ' Francisco for M via this recl- ment hits fought n , evtry Island of the Philippine arch'pelago which has been entered by the American ar my. It has taken part! In more than fifty battles and innumerable skir mishes, and though fighting a half- savage enemy in an unknown country, It has never known defeat. For eigh teen months It has pursued the treach erous Insurgents through strange Is lands, thrashing them wherever 1t found them, and It now comes home with the distinction of being the only regiment of the regular army of the United States that, has ever circum navigated the globe. Army and Navy Journal. A Deaerter' Novel Flea. The prlnclpjle embodied In the re cent decision of the United States Su preme Court, that the Philippines are a part of the United States, was re cently applied in a novel way by the secretary of the navy. lie was called upon to rule In the . case of an enlisted man who deserted from the navy in the Philippines nearly three years ago, and who claimed Immunity from pun ishment under the regulation which provides that a deserter who remains within the boundaries of the United States for two years cannot be prose cuted after tho expiration of that pe riod. The nucí elm y deemed that as the Philippines are Amonen n territory the plea was good, and the complaint was therefore dismissed. Army and Navy Journal. The Lute Lieutenant trick. After a service of twenty-one years in the United States navy and a long period of honorable retirement Lieut. Horace F. Flick died recently at Phil adelphia. The last, endue of Lieut. Frlck was on the Nipsie, which was attached to tho United Shitei squadron at Apia, on the Island t poiu, Samoa group, at tho timo of tha instructive hurricane of March, lsiül, when several warships were sunk a A J maay lives were lost. Military frdiools let a Notice, Adjutant General Phh.tcrer of the New York National Guard has dis covered an old law forbidding the Imi tation of chevrons and soldier strnp.4 used by the militia, and has notified the various military schools of the Mate that they must abandon the prac tice. Krcord of Holler t t ploalon.. In l'.HH) there ai about one bollar explosion daily, on ti e averave. tu the I'nited Hiatos, na l there were 7:i,S vic tims J.f explosions during tho year. In Great Itillaiu during the some year there were only t v. enty -font pci.sons killed by boiler t-xpio.-ions mi l only sixty-tlvu thus. wounded --ei The Ouljr "Well, my r. richer, the w r ; ':i eg i .as?" "i',..pi M tv.M I . . ! Aid ill. an I ,, ... I 1 I.I..B liUle. day i. H CX,a . 1 d! v .1 S V d I 1 1 I 1 '. I 'J I -nine vic- iui C!n t one t:.i:.; y t." "11,- Autornstio Can Lighter. An nrrnreoireTit has Just beMi mudo wh reliy Un I'.erlin cis lamps In tin. Utreets will be lUhted Butomtltienil nnd slmi.lt. ineously l,y mentis 0f nn liH'tric nttfii hmetit. T he current will be swlti lied on from the central sta tion, nml n spark will Ignite the gn... which will be turned on by a spet lal apparatus. "t nrklnfl Mi! H. wif hi. meRwrrtn'e." "Why'" "Well, nee ttvlm: lo ilo her own toolilnp now no-I ehe iioiIo h n mi i of evervl hlntr K 1 1 unilei tu !(." 1 liiladcl phl;l llililetin. An A nclo- A merlran Atllanee. 1. h. lieen nuirKostfsl thnt the only iorc-r.-.sf itl plnn to nvold nnv further wars will tie the forme l Ion of nn Hlltnnco be tween America nml Knclnntl. and many people in lieve thet the dny Is not far ilis trtnt w hen nil intei nat iiuuil differences will be peacefully seltli il. This news will b as Jovtully received hy everybody a.i tha riewn that I lole tor's Ktntnach. llt tets posiilvelv cures Iti'llrestlon, llyspep ala. connt liifl I ton, nervousnesa nnd ma lurla. Pout full to give tt a trial. (iarfleul Te cure, oon.tlp.ilon. tte-Po your mnrrie.l life Is mt heopy? Well, you have, my retírela. rUte idi, I dun t roed tlicin; 1 liuve i'limiKli of in y om n. Jiidi-e. ell . ?fv. flo V"'l r''"'"'"' 'i r y.M, f I leiol K .. ,T I . ..- .. ' ! . horrilil Ivla lit wait (f l,,i 7 It, It k n trulh, only sk a bearln, Wizard Oil cure pain. OM Frm! -Wn votir d io -ht.-r'a mr- rilie a . i. o, cu.. le ,,1, H , , ( su,,..-.. I,,, h li ".Veil-.:' Ii. laoope oil tin alimony.- New 1 i k We. kly. fl.rfleM T. t"i h"r', nie.n..ne. enre. connllpa. Hull. li k lieiel,,, i , .ml Ui it ili-enler.. " r- 1.4 r O) L ,0 r i n i Several rnre Roman coIn. have been discovered lu the progress of the exca vations in tho Finsbtiry property of the Iondon eorioratlon nt London Wnll. These Include a coin dale-l A. D. Kit. They nave been added to the Guild hall collection. 100 Reward VI on. The readers of this patx-r will tin plen.erl to warn that there la lit least ono dreaded illseuse ai ience una neen aide to euro In nil lit iae. nnd that ia CniJtrrh. llall a Catarrh I tire la the only positive etire now known to tho tneillenl frivternlly. Cnturrh tieltur a conslllu tlonnl disease, reiulres a eonstilutloimt trent- iio in,. nun n i.'.uarrli t.tire Is tnUen Internnlly pci uiir oireeuy upon the lilood and mucous ár meos h tno avs em. llterehv i i.uin.u i. o.. foiirnhi I Ion of t he disease, andctvlnx the patlint e.i. i.n.i ,iy ni nsr up inn constitution and po,iioa nniurn in (loinir ita work. The pro- pr.etor-i nava a tnueh fnitn In Its curative powers thnt they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case mat it, mils to euro, bend lor list of 1 1 vi i noil I II IS. Address K. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by drucvlsti ?.. llall a I uuniy 1'iila are the best "It's a glorious tolme Ofve had to- . . An" w"t "ev ye hen a-doln'?' iiiarenm in 1 1 In nejriin s funeral luck to him." Indlunupolls News. Comforting, CooHiing, llWh Pain Inofcnlly, f'oSliins Go Good! good A Good Offer. yon ran get this paper with Bryan's ....... vieortte a weeKiy tor i ,e puuiisnpr or tills paper ana handing him thnt amount and ask-tis- him to send 11.25 of It to Herbert Ueortie, Denver. Colorado, who has a spe cial arrnnpement with itrvun for his pa per. Three Sl-uuptra for lan't that o- euuu UJI I'l í Willie Why. Uncle Jake, how von must nave ennnged! f'nele Jake What io you mean, n liner w 1 1 no 1'n pa sh va the other morning you h;id a terrible head on you. iitjirou rree 1'reas. Gardetd Heartache rowder. are espectnllT adapted to the. need, uf nervous women. Try tlieiu. Hy Jove! I left my pockethook under my pillow. " "Well, your servant girl Is suroly an honest person." "That's .lust the trouble. She will rIvp the pockotb'ook w tiij nni;. r IICKeuuu Ziluetlur. Slops Hie Cough ant! Works OfT lt CoWl Laxative Ilroiuoljuiuine Tablets. Price 2jc. Didn't Apply to Her. A distinguished cavalry leader was imce.ni a uinner party to which he had been Invited ns the guest of honor. Beside him was a loquacious widow, with hair of raven black, who rudely Interrupted the conversation by asking the -warrior why It was thnt his beard wns still black, while his hair . -wns turning grnv. With great politeness the old soldier turnett toward her. "I fear I cannot give you a satisfac tory answer." said he. "unless mu.i. bly, the reason ls that I have used my urain a uttie more than I have my Jaw." Loudon Tit Bits. "That piny Isn't true to Ufe." "Why nor? 'j'he heroine Is a Chtcnsro wo- ........ .im, H.HIHHIKI1 wiree months are uiiiiuBvu io eiapse Detween tho first and second acts, she hag the sume husband In both acts. JudRe. Mr. HTnalow's Soothing- HTinp. rnr children teething, .often, the (turns, reduce, tn Baminattuu. allay, pain. cure, winjcollo. i.oabutll Mrs. Jnsrprsliy Aecordlnir to this noner a physielHit has discovered thnt in. oh, a ateenetheou u Ttmo'd .,.., ..i ...... ......i. icxoFv noiineose: juKKsoy it is per fectly true, my dear. It makes him ace a lot oí thliiKü that never existod. FITS fprmenentlyCurcd. Mo lit. .rn.rvoa.n...artai Br.t day a . ol Dr. Klin. . Ureal fi.rv. K.ator.r. bnd lor FKKK '.M trial boltlo and treating Ka. ii. 11. Ki-lsii. 1.U1..H.1 Aroh Su. flnlaU.lylna, !', Kthel So you are renlly engaged to Tom. eh? Well. I'm sorry. Nettie I cun t see why you should be. He told me frankly that he had once proposed to you, but you turned him down. Ko It la your own fault If you lost him. Chicago News. Bend to Oardeld Tea Co.. Tlrooklyn, N. T., for ample, of Uarltcid Tea and lluadatlui l uwdun twu lmaluabia ruiuudlts.. r- m f xiM.Miiiittw,in viiior imI noui ihíuhií nt.lit t. it 1 y J nmkMlt j'wn.,tuTTow awioA mi Wp V. '" k ) '' clll nil ovfr Anifvi'-n nt in. ih. Ii 1 . jr uuixToloualy iirolillc balwr'tt CAbklug t:li. c ' Ciant incarnate Clover I .f ;f, ,iyt ''"'In P'T nfT ttrv.-.P-tiy ,irl 1 ,.f nnd (( of ttt.xti.rmrftj.il iiiiiimr long b-Hidf, WUitiuWaMlauywiiure. I'm dirt cUeap, Crass, Clavera amd I t U t . A hi . . r - . j. , .1. r . : I1, yj Onr eataloima Is hriinful of thoronKhly tested fnn aeeds THt W Í . , l i ........ , " . se : vi r n " -.--.i n iiuiiKMiii iitniiru j puattiif. pnuliirnur M loim of m rítTp v ivu. ut un yvi UU11UU XrVilM-I VlllVM, CM".., t)W Safxcrs Crass Mixture Yielding Ion Of intiimiilcetit bay and an ndleas amount of pf.furKft on any fann In America. Dronui9 Inermfo G tons of Hay po?Acr Th jrrt (frnwi of nwrpnlury,irmwin(rwlirvTr toil Ufonnd. Our jtTat cntAlojrnft, wnnh firoto any Hvidrtawftim Am.Ttrnn jirlfnT or funnor, tu iiiallfi to ynn with nuiny íanu eetl tamules uoou leer ipt oí but 10 ceuta poLage. m Catalog alono I veau fur ptntAge. JOHN A. SAL2ER SEED COMPANY. La Crosse. Wis. i.. Mm (mm ibWAlJ money refunded. EUREKA DOPJT GTOP TOBACCO Suddenly. It Injures the nervous system to do so. UseBACO-CURO and it will tell you when to stop as it takes away the desire for tobacco. You havo no right to ruin your health, spoil your digestion and poison your breath by using the filthy weed. A guarantee in each box. Price $1.00 per box, or three boxes for 52. SO, with guarantee to cure or At all pood Drtiists or direct from us. Write tor free booklet. La Crosso, Wis. CIpLXHCAL CO., - MACE. CY THE- MAKERS CP oiled clot.::::s 1 NAETHS SAME-POINTS Gr.XCEa.pfvee AK9 ClVt J CSMPltT SATISFACTIOei. CAPSICUM VASELINE ( PCI UP IN COLLAPSIULB TOBSa ) A substituto for and superior to mustard or sny other plaster, and will not blister the most delicate skin. Tho pnln nlluvln? and curative qualities of this nrl icle aré wonder ful. It will slop the tool), a, 'he Bi, onon, and relieve headache and sclulica. We recom mend It oa the best ami ufest rxiernal oounter-lrritant known, also as an external remedy for pains in the chest and aiomach and all rheumatic, neuralitlo and Kouty com plaints. A trial will prove what we eluim for It, and It will be found to be Invaluable In the household. Many people nay "it lathe beat of all of your preparation.'' Price 15 cents, at alldriiKKlsiRor other dealers, or by seadint? this amount tour, lu postule alamos w will send you a tube by mull. No article should be accepted by tho public unlet the same carries cur label , as ol herwlse It la not genuine. Cllli.Si-ltHOI till M1:U. CO., 17 State Street, Nkw Iouk Cut. M A It.sll A l.l.'.H KKJ1KDY Is nljrONi.'i OliAKA MtKD t I KK. One Dime Hellevea. Mr. Chas. Cross. 21.1 Iduho street. Den ver, writes: "Hue dose of Marshall's llemedy relieved mo of rheumatic pains ono bottle entirely cured me of a severe attack, after giving up hope of beintc cured by a regular physician. Sold and guaranteed by nil druKRlsta. Colorado Grown Trees &8X'm"Hs: !S MiíMr"v Sirs. t i , . j' i . : a I ' t p5" i SuV fy "n " 4 Knolvn and soten Ivhereber good crops j are grolvn. SoId everywhere. igot Annual FREE, J V D. M. FIRRY A CO. O, Detroit, , s Mich. FRUIT & GARDEN LANDS Hon.. . and l ot., h.h Atwnter, Tnnon City, Colo, leriu. eaiy. Moulhly paymeuta if more convenient. nnnDv ew discovery-, rito m aw. qulcKreilef andcures wom cane.. It.xilc of te.t Imnnlu.s nnd la liiva tra.tiubttl ta)tlt.lia. H. U. i.lil V8 M's, Sol . All.aW. kik W. N. U.-DENVtK.-NO. C 1802 Vhen Aoswering Advr.rti.s7mcotsli;adly Meotioa Thin Taper. 4 fÁiiA"-"1' "' "'" "lip--'4' nUiaivs 'i V ', v; :. 1." - C , I ( . 1: 'v' THE CHILDREN ENJOY Life out of doors aod out of the pames which they play and the enjoy ment which they receive and the efTorts which they make, comes the frreater part of that healthful development which is so essential to their happiness when grown. When a laxative ia needed the remedy which is given to them to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen the internal organs on which it acts, bhould be such Ba physicians would sanction, because its component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and parents, well-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is byrup of I igs-a.id for the same reason it is the only laxative which should be used by fathers and mothers. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and naturally without griping, irritating, or nauseating- and which cleanses the system effectually, without producing that constipated habit which results from the use of the old-time cathartics and modern imitations, und against which the children bhould be so carefully guarded. If you would ,uve tlicin grow to manhood and womanhood, strong, healthy and happy, do not give them medicines, when medicines are not needed, and when nature needs assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only the himple, pleasant and gentle-Syrup of Figs. Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of laxative principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and iuioes. also to our original method of manufacture and as you value the health of the little ones, do not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous deal ers sometimes offer to increase their profits. The genuine article may be bought anywhere of all reliable druggiats ut fifty cents per bottle. Please to remember, the full name of the Company CALIFORNIA I'lG SYIX.XJV CO. is printed on tiie trout of every pack age. In on! beneficial waya nee the genuine s ? a..'' - i a '' i-. V " a; 5. ' the , but l of every pack- JoVj-V order to get its . rSVVTV Pr f :7 ' 1 effects it is al- , f,i,l- I , Í pv-vv ..I... cessary to buy r& , N , ,.. A -.V'S.v; me only. i Í ' "'..-t... ....( íy"-;.n . "V. , v-r i r .;r'.:.x- . , ,.::,) mmmm . - VKe., \n\n 1'1.1,,'t it. -i." i .: I the "cl I yen g,-t I ñn not tel1ev y'-.o'. Cure for Cotrr.pl(rf fcaa n e.toat for co'iyha ol t ni'in.-Jhí a y Ilov', TritntJ i prf:i, Ind., Feb. IS, I u T"ihinff; oiiiy n)i ia now n.y ni!,.-. "i i J 1 1 1 1 a. j"i''JlJ-r';i:-"'J,i'--,---li 1iirilHi-air-t" '"J-" r i y-K-O"