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THE NORFOLK NEWS : FIUDAY , APiHL , 3 1003
Ono week nioro of city politics nnd * fbihea election. u might try planting winter rnd- senson should bo favorable. It ia not Itupoimlblo thnt ' Four nioro -rj iriiaf Qrover" will bo the domocnUlo o coming presidential 7 Thd threatened Rtrlka in the Mnssn- t > rimwttR cotton mills is not worrying who will wcnr Easter gowiiR , bo in time to bring grief to the atmramor girl , "i. Cho Fremont Tribune exprefiflcs the * bi JK > I that if the fashion of wenrlng dcnd b-blrdn on women's lints IR to continue the "SUngllsh Rpnrrow will quickly como into ns nuoh ornnmentntlon. w The spirit of nrbltrntlon ia interrupt- the continual revolutions nud ware -iTBren in South America. The presidents > * of Ountoumln nnd San Salvador are the to settle n scrap in thin manner. * I * Bomo of the boya know the pounlty < i-lRttkchod to the killing of song nnd jtmlnBCOtlvoroiiB birds they would bo care- 1'eJol.nbont ' how they direct their sling- 4 > hot- missiles ngniust the robins nud * SLjucadow links. LA doctor recommends ns n police rMmrt > test the pronunciation of the word "ii''korodltablllty. ' " If a mnu can pro- lotoanoo the word corrootly nud without .VhdBitatlou a ohnrgoof drunkouoss should aukdt bo permitted to stand. -BUhop Spnldlng says the day of a3t trikc'8 is past nud the people of the Jt ' .oeautry will hope that ho speaks with i > TUI.indisputable knowledge of events , arpspocially regarding strikes in the Kihthrnclto conl regions. TThis time it ia n Knnsas woman who Tr looked her babies three and four years w. 16V-ln the honso aud left thorn to burn . . td-death. Some people would bo groat- 4f lyirellovod to know that she was not a OtGarrio Nation convert aud out on a The touch of spring yesterday in- influenced the Lincoln Star to put in rod /'letters across the top of the pngo , "Tho Vrtimo to begin making the oily and state t > .beautiful Is hero. Clean the yards nnd ftUha streets. Plnnt flowers nnd trees. " " 37odny the time is not hero. may bo sorno who will bo sorry Ihthntitho Bnrdick inquest Is at nu end r aud that there will bo no further son- forthcoming , but the largo ma the readers will thank fprtnuo it.that the yellow streak of news is closed if if or the time being. There was nothing tleievnting in the information nud very , 'aliitlo of genuine Interest to the average Broader , Medical science hns BO improved thnt u it is said that n baby born now hns n XH'botterchance , by about three times , Pof living through its first year , and a . & flvoitiuios bettor chance of living to bo sJ fiYo years old , than had the babies who * Ht9cre born n dozen years ago. This -.aifih'ould ease the minds of President j'Koosevelt and others who fear race t Is said that 100 now cases of con- develop in Now YorkOity > gachday. The plan to handle this dis- WW s leprosy was treated in ancient is recommended by some , and in vT of this showing it is possible that flktWs * govormnent wiu Boou bo compelled something to prevent its spread. Is said-that the prices of hard nnd coal are to advance with the first of The advance will not worry the terribly ranch at this time It is rather expected thnt the weather be warm enough BO that no largo Borders of coal will be required , but if prices nro maintained until next there will likely bo some squirming < 2ioii'iho part of consumers. * Because some of the coal mine opera- A < G tort are inclined to protest against the Ih'e findings of the strike commission ' thdniiuerB , themselves , will undoubted ly Jy bo convinced that it is a 'good thing ' lor them. If the operators fell over & themselves to meet its provisions the suspicious of the miners would have j 'beon aroused and there would have been trouble from the other sldo. Fairfar , S. D. , proposes to have more orexcitement this spring and summer " ' than the opening of a bunch of reser- 'Tr rations would bring. They Imvo opened J instead , a vein of gold bearing quaitz , " " which , it is alleged , will test $200.00 to the ton. There are always people look- * Ing'for gold mines that will bring n ' -iortnne nnd Fairfax is quite likely to * enjoy a visit from a number of them. * The police of Lexington , Kentucky , tihavo found that formaldehyde is useful _ - in dislodging other than a germs of * diseases. Half a dozen disturbers of the .P' p < uce barricaded themselves in a room ' and the officers applied the nozzle of n T germicide machine to the keyhole with lt the result that the men were soon ready i ( surrender themselves. The scheme ' * * ' ' will undoubtedly meet with favor nnd there may be an increased demand for the nmohlnoBvhlcli will become n pnrt of every ofllcor'H equipment , The dlBolplcii of Isano Walton can wamlor forth Tlntrfirtny without n fear thnt Kruno KMM warden or others inter * cstod in onfoiohiK tlio name and fish II\\VH will pounce upon them and innko their HflhliiK ooitt them n pllo of money They will Htlll bo conipollotl to obmirvo Homo sort of decorum , however , as there nro rofitrlotloiiB on the methods of catohiiiK dflh thnt hold Hood the yonr round. The nmln dlfllculty with the demo- ornts IB that with candidates , lilto ROV- orntnont policiofl , they Imvo stronger convictloiiB on what they do not want than rcKardliiK what they do want. They nro always batter nt ninkliiR objoo- tloim than nt originating n successful plan. No pOBHlblo oiindldnto has yet boon mentioned but thnt ntrotiK ob- JootioiiH Imvo bcou inlBod from BOHIO < iunrtor. Mr. Oorinnn , nt ono time lender in the Bonnto nnd on whom the hopoa of ninny dumoornta Imvo turned as sup plying n need in thnt direction , in not Hiitlofactory to Mr. Bryan nnd hns been vlKoroimly attacked by the Into proai- dontial onndldato who hopes thnt n pro- tent will bo mndo against hlu nllcgod loiulorHhtp , nnd the eoonor the bettor. It is qulto apparent thnt Mr. Gorman was not nn onthuBinBtlo supporter of the now ( lotnocrnoy. Pnuny Crosby , the blind hymn writer , wns olghty-thrco yonrs of ngo Inat Tuesday nud the nnnlvorBnry wna remembered in many of the churches where her hymns Imvo boon snug for yonra. She [ hao written nioro than 5,000 hytniiR , ninny of which Imvo at- tnlnodvido popularity. Thus hns n woman , a filleted with blludueaa , done nioro for the bottortnout of the world than many people of ability who hnvo rotnluod nil their facilities * . ThoEO harmony dinners of the demo crats uaunlly prove harmonious affairs bocnuao these opposing the soutimouta of the originators of the dinner generally mnnngo to dig up nu excuse for stay ing nwny. Within the laat clny or two Mr. Bryan has found it necessary to go to his bundle of excuses for ono thnt will account for his absence- from the Shopnrd harmony banquet nt Brooklyn on April 27. The democrats nru cer tainly ndopt nt promoting harmony. The United States is finding thnt Africa is a fertile continent for trade expansion , the exports from this country having grown from $5,000,000 in 1892 to $ 3,000,000 in 1002 , which is n very sat isfactory Increase for ono docndo. Dur ing the first seven months of the pres ent fiscal ycnr the trndo with thnt con tinent was $3,000,000 in excess of the corresponding months of the preceding year , showing thnt there continues to bo a growth of advantage to this country. The department of agriculture has found it necessary to promulgate some oillcinl information regarding "corn- wheat , " having received numerous in quiries from farmers nud others regard ing the alleged cerenl thnt someone has been introducing to the uninformed. The explanation is that the department has no knowledge of the new grain nnd thinks it possible that Polish wheat may bo the article introduced. This would uiako good hog feed could it bo grown , but it hns not yet proven to bo ndapted to the soil nnd cllmnto of this country. Andrew Carnegie now proposes to stand np for humanity and endeavor to .oso . a few millions of that wealth that hns been worrying him some , by father ing n scheme for the building of a Pan- American railroad , connecting North nnd South America , and which would bo the longest railroad in the world. With the passage of thnt canal bill it looks very much as though the philan thropist nud financier recognizes in the scheme n paying investment and may hope to haul to their doutiuation passen gers who have become seasick by their trip to the connecting link between the two oceans. "With the Sioux Oity electric line pro ject to connect a number of Nebraska towns following closely upon a similar project emnnnting from Omaha it is to be believed thnt these cities nro in favor of affording every possible facility and convenience for the people of Nebraska in their territory to pay them frequent visits. A network of oloctrio lines con necting the towns of eastern Nebraska with these cities will bo an improve ment that will bo appreciated by the people of the country entered and it is probable that Sioux Oity and Omaha will find them of great advantage in various ways. The United States has n higher mur der rate than any country in the world , and it is the desire of a large number of Nebraska people that the capital pun ishment law should bo abolished , which might result in adding to the distressing exhibit of the country. It is evident that the United States is becoming altogether too lenient. The pooplo'aro generous at forgiving nnd too tender hearted to deal with criminals. In countries where murder is infrequent it will undoubtedly bo found that murderers nro dealt with promptly and with vigor , and with the understanding thnt for ono who taken an Innocent life , IIH ! life filiall bo the forfeit , The army of the tinoinployod in Kng * gland Is caufilng n great deal of trouble , while in Germany the industrial ( ! < ollno IB ateii'lily ' growing worse. The people of this country xhotild bo Hympa- thetlo nnd nil thnt , but there nro few who should dofllro thnt conditions bo rovorHod nnd the laborers of this country permitted to Buffer while they of Eng land nnd Germany prosper. If the tar I IT tinkers nnd revisionists hnvo their way thnt would bo the result ns far as the hlntoiy of tliolr efforts go to provo. It is n generous thought to con- Hitler the condition of the employes of England nnd Germany , but all the pros perity the American mechanics nnd laborers nro enjoying should not bo turned their way , by giving them free competition in the markets of this country. The democrats hnvo rxprcEacd n do- slro to attempt to take a few bricks from the high tariff wall , erected by the republicans , during the next session of congress. Tliolr plan may bo commend able from n democratic standpoint , but as the pcoplo have not yet entirely for gotten the effects of the assault on the tariff carrk d on by the last democratic administration it is doubtful if they will fnll ever themselves to join the democratic procession thnt , nccording to nil historical accounts , is headed toward nn era of hard times and falling prices. However , the opposition pnrty must have some sort of nn Issue before n presidential campaign is again on nt which they might bo successful , nud what is nioro deslrnblo than Mm with which they won the only tlmo in modern history. The president nud some of his assist ants in the postofllco department expect to probe into some of the deals in con nection with the awarding of mail- carrying contracts to the railroads nnd julto expect thnt they will Btir up n scandal , but propose to ECO that there Is n change if things have not boon on the square. People have suspected for some time that there have boon peculiar doings regarding the awards of mail carrying contracts and if it is shown that there have been none such will bo pleased to have their suspicions allayed , whllo if there has boon crooked work thcBo responsible should bo punished and the method corrected. In view of what ho has accomplished along other lines they nro quito convinced thnt the president ia fully competent to adjust matters to his satisfaction and that of the people of the country. With the national and state govern ments each putting $100,000 into now buildings in Norfolk this summer it ia safe to believe that there will bo some thing going on hero even though the city or the people of the city make no movement for the advancement of the town. But it is n safe guess that the people will undertake something in the way of improvement themselves. They nro not likely to permit a summer to pass without doing something that will benefit the town nud with what the state nnd nntionnl government are undertaking it is easy to conceive that those improvements will bo largely in creased this year. There will bo work for all the mechanics and laboring men of the city and n largo number from outside and the town should fairly hum with activity , as soon as the weather will permit a start to bo made. Senator Tillman delivered an address at Detroit the other day and his hearers istenod patiently while ho detailed the woes of the whites of South Carolina on the race question , but when ho referred to Sherman's army as a gang of "bum mers , chicken thieves and carpet bag gers , " his northern audience broke into a storm of hisses and it was feared for time that the demonstration would finally result in n protest far more vig orous aud having dire results for the speaker. It is evident that Tillman , with other southern statesmen , holds the people of the north wholly responsible siblo for the fact that there arc 285,000 more black people than white people in his state , forgetting apparently , that It was the fathers of those whites who brought the black people there , and all that the north insisted on was that they bo given citizenship along with the "poor whlto trash" and not bo held in subjugation as slaves. While the bill making it possible to rebuild the hospital for the iiisano at this place is not yet entirely out of the woods , the people of this city and the entire northern part of the state cannot but appreciate what the house of repre sentatives has done for the measnro nnd express their hearty approval of the al most unanimous vote it received. If the senate is ns unanimously for the bill ns the house there will soou bo a small army of workmen on the hill preparing a homo for the unfortunates of this pnrt of the state , and there is quite reliable assurance that the senate will do that wLioh the house has emphatically said would bo proper. There have boon numerous friends of the bill working for its success to whom the people of this section owe unqualified thanks and they will always bo assured of a friendly fooling for them. The vote of the house was even bettor than hud been hoped for and it may bo certain that north Nebraska will not forget. The NnrDillc HoHpltnl. A RoiiHO of victory , with UH feeling of relief , gratification nnd joy , prevailed In Norfolk last evening when It became known thnt the bill for the rebuilding of the hospital for Insane nt this place had passed the Rotmto. The measure had already received the sanction of the house , and now nil thnt remains for It to become n Inw IH the ulgnuturo of the governor. This it will receive , In our hilarity over the succnpflful outcome of n mrnsuro which minus BO much to north Nebraska ns nwholo nnd Norfolk in particular , it should not bo forgotten thnt wo nro under obligations to those men who hnvo worked like Trojans to re-establish the institution nt this place , The three members of the legislature who nro entitled to the most credit for tlio result nro N. M. Nelson , representa tive of Pierce nnd Codnr counties , who introduced the bill in the house ; T , F. Mommlngor , representative from Modi- HOII county , who hns led n strenuous campaign nU winter in its behalf ; nnd Dr. .T. M. Aldeu , senator from Pierce , Wayne , Stauton nud Madison counties , who has boon nn untiring nnd indefat igable worker in behalf of the bill. There wore other earnest advocates of the monsuro in both the honso nnd the senate , but to these throe men full credit ia one for carefully engineering the passage of the bill through the leg islature. At the beginning of the BOB sion they found much opposition but persistent efforts counted until the bill was passed by handsome m&joritios in both houses. Several of Norfolk's leading citizens wore on the ground early and late and exorcised a strong influence in behalf - half of the appropriation. Their ef forts wore largely because of local pride in winning something for Norfolk , but nevertheless they are entitled to the sincere thanks of other citizens who will benefit in n degree equal or greater than that accruing to them. Norfolk's candidate for governor during the late campaign , "W. M. Robi-rtEon , was the factor of great weight in securing nec essary support. Q. A. Lniknrt of the Citizens National bank nnd president of the Commercial club , nud "W. II. Buoh- olz of the Norfolk National , were also earnest workers in the cause. "With the passage of the bill to re habilitate the Norfolk hospital for the insane , it but romaics for the governor to attach his signature to make it n law , nnd then will como the advertising for bids and the letting of contracts with the possibility thnt active building operations will commence in about n month. As it is contemplated that the new building shall bo fireproof through out , the amount carried by the appro- priatiou may not be enough to restore the hospital to its original size nnd im posing appearance but it will bo a big start in the right direction and what is built will be of a permnnent untnro nnd safe from the encroachments of the fire fiend that reduced the old structure to ashes. The people of Norfolk and north No > braskn are highly pleased with the out come of the efforts put forth nnd to the house nnd the seunto nnd especially these who have worked untiringly for the passage of the measure their sincere thanks are duo. Governor Mickey's message recommending the rebuilding of the hospital wasn strong lever toward the success of the bill , but in suite of this there was considerable opposition to overcome in both honso and senate. To support it Norfolk and north Ne braska were clearly entitled to the ap propriation for the rebuilding of the hospital and now that the work is prac tically completed it remains for the people to indicate their approval in some public manner. The people of the city should contlnne their interest in the matter nntil the money appropriated is expended with the best results and the best building erected that it is possible to secure with the amount of the appropriation. Naturally the state officials will have much to say about this and will take care that the appropriation Is well and economically expended , but they will no doubt appreciate what the people of Norfolk may do to aid thorn in their work. The legislature will bo in session long enough to prevent tbo members from participating in the municipal cam paigns of their home towns. The robins and meadow larks are here , but if you want to be absolutely certain that spring is here wait until the martins nnd the wrens arrive. Ic is to bo hoped that the weather will not attempt any April fool's joke on tho' pooplo. OPERATOR MAKES" MISTAKE. Displays the Wrong Signal and a Bad Wreck Follows. Akron , O. , March 31. A double- headed freight crashed Into the co- booso of another freight on the Erlo in a cut near Ashland , derailing flf < teen cars and killing P. L. Self and W. H. Wlnlo of Gallon , whllo Nllfor Evans nnd Albert Wells , engineers of the rear train , were hurt , but not serf ously. The men killed were firemen on the rear train. They , with the engineers , jumped , but both of the firemen fell under the train and wore run over. The wreck was caused by an oper ator displaying a wrong signal. Chicago Election Commission ers Ignore Restraining Writ , BOARD IN A STATE OF SIEGE. Commissioner ! ) , Fearing a Possible Coup , Sit Continuously In Their Omces , With Hundreds of Office Guarding the Building. Cblcaco , March 31. In nplto of Judge Hanccy's Injunction In the Lori- rncr-Durborow contest , and In the face of threats of contempt proceed- ints ; , the election commissioners opened and counted the ballots cast in ono proclnct of the Sixth congres sional district , In the election of last November. Their action constituted , in the opinion of Judge Carter , by whoso advlco the Injunction was violated lated , a technical violation of the elec tion law. The counrfinishcd , the elec tion commissioners remained In n Btato of slcgo throughout the remain der of the day , with police massed in- eldo and outsldo of the board rooms , awaiting nn expected attack by the forces of Congressman Larimer. Up wards of 300 policemen , drawn from the various stations throughout the city , were on guard but the day passed without n clash. POLICE JUST SAVE NEGRO. Mob Attempts to Lynch Black Man Who Shoots White Assaulter. Muscatlno , Ia. , March 30. Frank Brown , a negro , narrowly escaped death at the hands of 1,500 enraged men and wns rescued by twenty po- llcomon only after ho had received a severe beating by the mob , which sought his life because ho had shot and probably fatally wounded Harry Holtzhnuer , a button cutter. Holtzhauer struck Brown In the face , when Brown , drawing a re volver , shot him In the breast. Hun dreds gathered around the fallen man and Brown ran , pursued by several po licemen. The friends of Holtzhauer Joined In the pursuit. The policemen were outdistanced by the civilians , who caught 'Brown ' , a score of whom foil to beating the negro with tholr flsts. The policemen , reinforced by twnntv. nharcfirt thn assailants with clubs and revolvers and after knock ing several down rescued the negro. SEVERED FINGER IN POCKET. Alleged Diamond Thief Is Captured In Montana. Helena , Mont. , March 31. Bonny Gates , a negro , was arrested hero by Chief of Police Travis on an order from Minneapolis , where ho Is said to be wanted , with a confederate , for the theft of diamonds valued at $6,000. Charles Miller , also colored , who Is wanted on the same charge , jumped from the train whllo It was running thirty miles an hour and has not been captured. None of the diamonds was found on Gates. In one of his pockets Was found the finger of a woman. MacDonald to Be Burled In Scotland. London , March 30. The dispatch of the remains of Major General Hector MacDonald , who committed suicide In Paris , to Scotland by train , was the occasion for a remarkable demonstra tion , owing to the fact that his widow has decided that the burial shall take place at 6 o'clock in the morning , 1m mediately after the arrival of the body at Edinburgh. Hundreds of Scotch men gathered at the railway station hero. Most of the Scotchmen wore their national costumes , wreaths were placed on the coflln In the name of the different clans and the pipers played national dirges as the body was en trained. To Ratify Treaty by Cable. Washington , March 30. Although eomewhat out of the regular order , the expectation Is that informal ex changes of ratification of the Cuban treaty will bo made tomorrow by tele graph , so as to meet the requirements that ratification shall toe had by the 31st of the present month , when the limit of tlmo expires. Formal ratifica tion by ths usual method will be had later. Minister Squlers has notified Secretary Hay of the action of the Cuban senate In ratifying the treaty without the time-limit amendment. Student Ends His Life. New York , March 30. Herman Bow man Esher , twenty-five years old , of Chicago , said to bo a student at Yale university , killed himself by putting a bullet through his head In his room at the Hotel Manhattan In this city. From letters In the young man's room there were found Indications that ho had been greatly worried over some thing , presumably business matters , but the letters give llttlo clue as to the cause of his trouble. Hazing Drives Boy Insane. Sioux City , March 30. Returning from Janesvlllo , WIs. , with her sou , Earl , an eighteen-year-old boy , who has been a student in the Valentine school of telegraphy , Mrs. Frank C. Cleaves threatens to prosecute stu dents for hazing her son. The boy Is demented , the result of hazing , which he claims to have undergone at the school. Ho Is unable to tell about the circumstances except to shudder at the remembrance. Hector MacDonald Burled. Edinburgh , March 31. The body of Major General Sir Hector MacDonald , who killed himself at the Roglna ho tel In Paris on Wednesday , was burled In Dean cemetery hero shortly after the arrival of the London train. About 300 of the public were present. The people uncovered as the cortege passed through the streets. ' * , Every farmer knows that ime plants grow better than lliers. Soil may be the same ncl seed may seem the same , 'lit some plants are weak and > thcrs strong. And that's the way with Jiildren. They are like young plants. Same food , same home , same care but some grow big and strong while others stay small and weak. Scott's Emulsion offers an easy way out of the difficulty. Child weakness often means starvation , not because of lack of food , but because the food does not feed. Scott's Emulsion really feeds and gives the child growing strength. Whatever the cause of weak ness and failure to grow Scott's Emulsion seems to find it and set the matter right. Send for free sample. / Scott & Howne , Chemists , 4091'earl St. , New York i joe. ami 1.00 ; all druggists. . " 1 TO CUT OFF LEGISLATORS' PAY. Judge Ryan Asks Injunction to Pre vent Cashing of Salary Warrants. Lincoln , March 31. Judge Robert Ryan , a former member of the Ne braska supreme court commission , mndo application In the district court of Lancaster county for a restraining" order to prevent State Auditor Weston from paying members of the legisla ture any moro money on salaries. Judge Ryan basis his application on the fact that the constitutional amend ment of 1S86 , Increasing the pay of legislators , did not carry. Prior to that time the legislature was limited to forty days at $3 per day for the- members. Under the present arrange ment the tlnvo Is sixty days and the pay ? 5 per day. The restraining or der has not yet been Issued. New Indictment Is Returned. St. Louis , March 31. Two Indict ments returned against Police Cap tain Samuel Boyd of the Fourth dis trict were nolle prosscd and a new indictment was returned by the grand Jury. The new charge Is Identical with the old ones , except that It Is more comprehensive In Its scope. The- Indictment charges neglect of duty In falling to suppress vice In the Fourth police district. The offense In thla state Is a misdemeanor. April 9 Is the date set for Captain Boyd's trial. Quarrel Over a Few Centa. Roubaix , S. D. , March 31. In trouble which arose over the payment of a few cents Jacob Qulta shot and seri ously -wounded John H. Conway , a sa loonkeeper , In Conway's place of busi ness on the outskirts of the town. Conway was shot three times , once in the mouth , once In the right leg and through the left hand. His wounds are serious. Qulta has been arrested. Conway , after being wounded , almost beat his assailant to death with his flsts. Wreck on the Erie. Corry , Pa. , March 31. The Erie rail- road's fast Cleveland train waa wrecked at Concord , six miles west of this city. The train , made up of a bag gage and cafe car , three Pullmans and two coaches , Jumped the track and turned over. Mrs. C. T. Hennessy of New York , an occupant of the cafe car , was slightly Injured. Others are suffering from shock , cuts and bruises. As several cars were smashed up It was a miraculous escape from death. Cave-In In Richardson Mine. Halifax , N. S. , March 31. A dis patch from Isaac's Harbor says that a cave-In has occurred In the extensive gold mines formerly known aa tho- Richardson mines and lately pur chased by Massachusetts people , -who have formed a company known as the Boston-Richardson Mining company. All the underground workings have- collapsed , entailing a loss of $50,000. And Tet He HUM Plenty of Snnd. The average boy is like an hourglass. He won't work for more than sixty minutes unless somebody turns him up side down. Somcrvllle Journal. Tired Out 111 was very poorly and could hardly get about the house. I was tired out all the time. Then I tried Ayer's Sarsaparilla , and it only took two bottles to make me feel perfectly well. " Mrs. N. S. Swin- i. ney , Princeton , Mo. . Tired when you go to bed , tired when you get up. tired all the time. Why ? Your blood is im pure , that's the reason. You are living on the border line of nerve ex haustion. Take Ayer's Sarsaparilla and be $1.90 bollle. quickly cured. All druiiltli. Aik your doctor what ha thlnki of Ajer'i Sarikparllla. Ha knowi all abouttM ; grand old family medicine. Follow bli adylca and wo if 111 be latuned. , , J. O. ATBtt CO. , Lowell , Hail.