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j J r? nn nn in 11 Your First Duty is to Yourself. Your Bodily Con dition Calls for the Help to be Found in a Good The best Preparation for this Purpose is Mood's Sarsaparilla Spring is the season for cleansing and renewing the blood. During the winter it has crept sluggishly through the veins, gathering impurities from indoor air, from fatty substances in the food, and from many other sources. The great blood purifying medicine specially prepared to do this work is Hood's Sarsaparilla, It will give to the blood purity, richness and vitality and these will bring health and vigor, strong nerves, agood appetite, refreshing sleep, and powers of endurance. Cleanse your blood by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, a renovating preparation especially prepared to make pure blood, then you may enjoy the season of flow ers and birds and out-door pleasures, for you will be healthy, strong and well. Hood's Pills cur all liver ill, bilious ness, headache. SJ5c. I cannot sneak too hlcblf of Hood's Sarsaparilla, as It has worked wonders lo my case. I am 74 years of ago and have been afflicted with salt rheum on my hands for a great many years. I tried many things to cure them, but failed. My bauds would crack open and bleed profusely, and the pain was terrible to bear. Since taking Hood's Sarsaparilla tho flesh has healed and the skin Is as smooth as any farmer's. I recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla as a reliable medicine and always speak In Its favor." Ixoii) 13. Chase, Swansea, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently in the public eye to-day. Be sure to get Hood's and only Hood's. RHEUMATICS C r." Guaranteed tha best In the world III for all form of Gout. Kheuniattitm and Nan J 11 raltrta. Cured Isaac Ledrrer and (10. liijfirs of I-an-inir, of Sciatic Itheiimatlum (It r. stand lag). Never falls. A Discovery. TURK, Kim, HI if value. (Jod eller. Big thin for good agt. Kecret Oft fl.OOO.uOO. H If next reference. Write today, fftnion Co., 107 Dearborn Ht., Chicago. EVERY n mm HOMESEIiKER , Should RFAP ' tha pamphlet recently pub lished by the ranwnjrer Pepartment of tha Tlllnnlg Central Railroad, entitled "Koutltern lloin. fteeker's (.aide for I19.V" It contain over 50 excellent letter from Northern farmers now located In tha South and other authentic and valuable Inform, tlon. Kor a K1C K ropy, add rein tha undermined at ManchacUr, Iowa, J. F. MtKKV, At. Gen. 1'ass. Age VASELINE PREPARATIONS.. In order to familiarize the public, all over the United States with the principal ones of the very many useful and elegant articles made by this Company, we make the following offer: FOR ONK DOLLAR sent us by mall, we will deliver, free of all charges, to any person In the United States, either by mail or express, the f ! lowing 12 articles, carefully packed In a neat box: Two t'akea Vaseline Kanuly boap. One Cake Vaseline Supf-rHne Soap, One ounce Tube; Capsirum Vaselioe, ? One ounce Tube pomade VaHlne, O One ounce Tube Camphorated Vaxellne, S. 3 One ounce Tube CarlNilatvd VaMline, keS One ounce Tube White Vaseline, Z Z Two ounce Tube Vaseline Camphor Ice, Q "3 Twounc Tube Jure Vaseline, One Tube perfumed White Vaseline, One Jar Vaseline C old Cream. ALLTHE8E COOOS ARE of the RECULAR MARKET 8IZES and STYLES SOLD by US. Theae artMs are the host of their kind In the World, and the buyer will tind every one of them e. eeedlngly useful and worth very much more than the tirlre nanvMl. tHISBKCSH 1273. CI.. 3 STATI ST..KZWT:I KIT- An Indian's Mistake. They say that two Indians belong ing to one of the large American shows of life in the wild west, while visiting London, were much Interested In the sights to be seen In the London streets. Day after day they would walk up and down the most crowded streets and gaze on the people and Into the shop windows like a pair of children at the circus. One day they stopped before tho show window of a wig maker and stared at the many varieties of wigs on exhiblton there until their eyes nearly fell out. Finally one of them nudged the other, and, with a shake of his head, remarked: "Ugh! mighty brave man! Big fighter; much scalp!" Oar Tastes Are Cultivated. Humphrey Ward, famous In England for other reasons, and here as the hus band of the author of "Robert Els mere," finds two things to criticise In the United States one, the absence from the news stands of the paper with which he is connected, the London Times, and the other the preponder ance of French art in our picture galleries. A Illesslng. "Did sleeping with the windows open have any bad effect?" Patient Great Scott, no! I have such a cough now I can't hear the girl in the next flat sing. .A Hr WONDERFUL ESCAPE. Mr. A. K. Wing, a Keeper at the Michigan Mate Prison, Telia About It. (From the Jackson Cltlen.) Mr. A. K. Wing is a keeper at the Michigan state prison, a position he has held for years. Our representative found him at his residence, No. (112 N. .Tackson street, and he related the fol lowing incident, the truth of which is beyond dispute, for Mr. Wing's sterling qualities are well known to his many acquaintances, agood man and a faith ful oflicer, he would not misrepresent anything that would wrongly impress our citizens. lie says: "Some months ago my attention was attracted by a swelling of my groins; the swelling began to increase to such an extent that I was alarmed. It spread down my legs, right into my feet, so bad I could not get my pants or shoes on. I had to open my shoes a distance of fully two inches. My condition was very bad; my face even puffed up and my whole system even seemed effected; I could hardly walk up stairs to unlock my men. I went to a physician, one of the ablest in the city. He said the swell ing was caused by mv kidneys, and I began treatment w ith him, but my con dition did not change and I seemed to be getting worse. About this time a friend strongly urged me to try Doan's Kidney Tills, and I finally con sented to let him get a box for me. After the first week of their use I com menced to notice a change and I con tinued taking them, five boxes in all, with the happy result that I was com pletely cured. I must confess that I was surprised at the result. I have never heard of any medicine which seemed to have such a radical effect and yet leave the system in such a good condition. I feel better now t han lever did. After the effect was once established tho swelling gradually dis appeared until entirely gone. I con sider Doan's Kidney Pills simply won derful as an agent in curing any form of kidney disorders." Doan's Kidney Pills are for sale by all dealers, 1rlee M cents. Mailed by Foster-Milburn Co., Juffalo. N. Y., sole agents for the U. 23. Re member the namo, Doan's, and take no other. fx A Mil ill1 rv iumin HAVE' YOU FIVE OR MORE COWS? If so a Ilaby " Cream Separator will earn 1 t cost for you everjr year. Why continue an Inferior system another Tear at so great a loss? Dairying Is now the only profitable feature of Agriculture. Proterly con ducted It always pays well, and must pay you. You peod a Separator, and you need tho Mr. r, the Mtaby. All styles and capacities. Prices, $75. Upward. 8cnd for new 1803 Catalogue. THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO., Branch Offices i ELGIN. ILL Gtnaral Offices! 74 CQRTLAMOT ST., NEW YORK. NEWS OF MANY KINDS NEWS OF INTEREST AND MORE OR LESS IMPORTANCE. Great Itritaln Sends a Fleet and Lands a Force of Marines to Enforce Demands for Indemnity for FxpuUlou of Consul Hatch Serious Trouble Expected. Washington: The British fleet, which was sent to Nicaragua to en force the claim of (ireat ISritain of 575,000 indemnity for tho expulsion of Consul Hatch during the JUuetJelds troubles last year, has landed troops at the port of Corinto and Kear Admi ral Stephenson has announced that the payment of the indemnity will be forced. It will bo remembered that several weeks ago the United States secured a delay of action by (Ireat llritain on the ground that Nicaragua would pay the indemnity, but the little repuplic backed out at the expiration of the time asked for and Great llritain again commenced hostile action which cul minated in the seizure of Corinto to collect the revenues. The Nicara guans promptly declared Corinto a closed port so that dutiable goods may not be landed there. The native officials and population abandoned the town and the authorities went to San Juan del Sur, the Nicaraguan cable port cutting the wires connecting the cable port with Corinto so that the Uritish forces at the latter place could not communicate with their home govern ment except by sending a boat to the cable station, 12, miles. The main body of the Nicaraguans who had abandoned Corinto erossetl a lagoon which separates the town from the mainland and strongly entrenched themselves. The situation is now re garded as ominous of serious trouble for the dispatches indicate that. Nic araguans are disposed to resist any further advance by the Uritish. I'ncle Kant's Position In the Trouble. Washington: The situation in Nic aragua, with the llritish occupying Corinto and the port declared closed by the Nicaraguan government, pre sents many possible complications. From the best information obtainable it seems almost certain that the ad ministration will not attempt any in terference with the dispute between Nicaragua and Great Uritain as long as the latter confines itself to the col lection of the indemnity. It is stated that the state department has all along advised Nicaragua that the expulsion of Consul Hatch was an offense that no self-respecting country could overlook and prompt reparation was due Great Uritain. There can be no doubt that the action of the Nicaraguans in de claring Corinto a closed port has seri ously complicated this most trouble some question, and may force Great Britain to more drastic measures, but even if there is no resort to hostilities at present, it opens a prospect of alarm ing events in the future, which may, and iu fact are, even regarded as likely to involve the United States directly in the affair in spite of the earnest dis position of the administration to avoid the entanglement. If the occupancy of Corinto fails in its object and Great llritain should de clare war on Nicaragua, it is said that the administration would still decline to interfere so long as the war was carried on, not for the aggrandizement of Great llritain or the acquisition of territory, but for the sole purpose of collecting the indemnity. To go be yond that, however, the administra tion, it is said, would consider a viola tion of the Monroe doctrine, also a violation of tho Clayton-Hulwer treaty which would not be tolerated. Hut it is not believed in official circles that Nicaragua will carry her resist ance much further. Public sentiment in Nicaragua, it is believed, has com pelled President Zelave to make a show of resistance. It is confidently believed that rather than suffer the seizure of other ports, or bombardment she will comply and pay the indemnity. Frightful Flood In France. The great Houzey dyke of Epinal district of the Vosges, Prance, burst at f a. m. The cubic area of the dyke is 8,000,000 metres. A great volume of water escaped and much loss of life followed. Knormous damage has teen done in the surrounding country and a large number of villages are en tirely flooded. In a single commune, that of Uxegeny, seven kilometers from the scene of the disaster proper, 23 persons were drowned. Wherever the water flowed it destroyed every thing in its path. The village of Houzey, with its extensive pisciculture establishment, has disappeared. Hun dreds of families have been rendered homeless, and many who were asleep at the time lost even their clothes. Nearly every bridge in the line of tho flood was either destroyed or so badly damaged that they will have to be re built. The damage done by the flood was immense, and it is believed will amount to 1 0,000,000. Within L'4 hours it was known that 150 lives had been lost. THEY ARE GIVING WAY. Steamer Sakle Shcpard Sank. The steamer Sakie Shepard, of Port Huron, foundered and sunk five miles northeast of Turtle Light, just outside of Maumee bay. The vessel had a load of salt from Marine City to Toledo and carried a crew of seven men. There had been heavy weather on Lake Krie for two days and the Shepard had a very rough passage. While about half way between Monroe and Turtle Light her machinery broke down and shortly afterward she was swamped by the heavy sea. Capt. Hay ward and four of the crew escaped in a yawl, leaving Wm. Jones, cook, and Albert Hamlin, engineer, on the sinking vessel. The latter was saved by the tug Hoy, of Toledo, but Jones was drowned, hav ing jumped overboard. A Ilrave Girl Saves a Train. Miss Lou Wilson, a pretty 20-year-old girl of Pasadena, Cal., was walk ing along the Southern California tracks to her home in the suburbs when she suddenly stumbled over a large bowlder on the track. She felt along and found that the track was heavily obstructed with rocks and timlers showing plainly the work of train wreckers. Rushing into tho nearest house the brave girl grabWd tip a lighted lamp and ran back to tho railroad just in time to stop a fast ex press within 30 feet of the obstruc tions. Miss Wilson formerly lived in Jackson, Mich. rbyslclana Commence to Realise tha Talma of Dodd'e Kidney Fills. Ottawa, Ont: The inveterate reluct ance to admit the success of patent medicine, usually evinced by physi cians, is rapidly giving way as far as Hodd'a Kidney Pills are concerned. The cases of Dr. Rose and Dr. McCor mick, who published details of their recovery from diabetes and Hright's disease, through the agency of this remedy, were the first attacks on the citadel of their skepticism and now it appears as if the remarkable recovery of Mr. O. H. Kent, of this city, the de tails of which have already been trans mitted to the press, would complete what has been so auspiciously begun. The published interviews with Mr. and Mrs. Kent and tho sworn state ment of the former leave no foothold for disbelief. Dodd's Kidney Pills are put up in round, flat boxes with blue labels and red band. The public is cautioned against imitations and substitutes. If your druggist has not the genuine they will be forwarded on receipt of price, 50 cents a box or 0 boxes for 52.50 by addressing the proprietors, the Dodd s Medicine Co., Ltd., Uuffalo, N. Y. State House of Correction Investigation. The. investigating committee on the books of the State House of Correction under Warden Parsell has at last been reported. A .full meeting of the board of control of the institution was held at Ionia and State Accountant O. C. Tompkins, of Lansing, made a verbal report of the work of the expert ac countants who have been at work the on the books of ex-Wprden Parsell, to the effect that they balanced within 810. Prom the furniture fac tory during the three years and a half of Parse 1'a administration, Mr. Tomp kins said, the state got practically nothing for convict labor, cr from Jan. 1, 1891 to July 1, 1HJ4. During Warden Fuller's administration from July 1, 1804, to March 1, 1895, the pro lit from the furniture factory was 817, fiOO, a clear gain to the state, or profit, after allowing 50 cents per day for inmate labor, of 51.400. NEWS ITEMS. Galena, 111., celebrated the birthday anniversary of her soldier citizen, Gen. U. S. Grant, with imposing ceremonies. Two men committed suicide in Cen tral park, New York City, in one day, one by hanging, the other by shooting himself. The Leland Stanford estate being tied up by litigation in the U. S. courts the Stanford university at San Fran ciso will have to close its doors for lack of funds. A dispatch from Pekin 6ays: Many prominent Chinese army otticers are opposed to the terms of the treaty of peace and are trying to have the em peror refuse to ratify it. U. S. Comptroller of the Currency Eckles was offered 810,000 per year to become financial editor of the Chicago Times-Herald under the new owner II. II. Kohlsaat, but refused. Louis Hudenwitchand Senor Antoino lien, have reached Little Rock, Ark., on a trip from lluenos Ayres, Argen tine Republic, to Chicago, over 10,000, having walked all the way. The new municipal administration of Cleveland, ., will take up the fight for the recovery of the lake front oc cupied by. tho Lake Shore railroad. Millions of dollars are involved. Kx-Senator John H. I). Stevens is alleged to have discovered gold de posits in the Rainy Lake region IT. P., that make him immensely rich. Some of the mineral is said to assay as high as 81,700 in gold to the ton. Denman Thompson has retired to a well-earned and comfortable rest after an active professional life of nearly 45 years. He iirst appeared as Uncle Joshua Whitcomb in I'ebruarj', 1875, at Harry Martin's Varieties, Pittsburg. Reports from St. Johns, N. 1)., say that 1,500 Indians and half-breeds are on the warpath, and that 700 women and children are in tents on the prairie. Troops from Fort Totten are ordered to St. Johns. A man named Rose, liv ing near the boundary on the Canadian side, was chased by Indians and had to flee for his life. Five tons of nitro-glycerine at the factory of the Ohio fc Indiana Torpedo company, near Lima, ()., exploded. The shock was felt for twenty miles. Over a thousand panesof glass, includ ing a number of large windows in business blocks, were shivered. The employes had just left the building, and were not hurt. At St. John's Episcopal church, one of the historic churches ot Washington, Hon. George Nathaniel Curseon, M. P., of England, and Miss Mary Victoria Leiter, eldest daughter of the Chicago millionaire, L. Z. Leiter, were married in the presence of tho Uritish embas sador and Mrs. Clevelaiul and a largo and distinguished company. Spain is angered because tho United States will do nothing to prevent the shipping of arms from this country into Cuba. Senor Muruaga, the ex minister, has repeatedly declared that Spain's quarrel was with the United States now, and not with Cuba. Mr. Dupuy de Lome, the new minister, has been requested to protest strongly against any aid or comfort being given, at least openly in this country, to the Cuban rebels. It is reported that a high oflicial of Japan is authority for the statement that England will support Japan, who will refuse to listen to the remon strances of the other powers regarding the terms of the treaty of peace with China which give the Japanese posses sion of Chinese territory. A dispatch received from a private source in Japan says that the condition of affairs between Russia and Japan is begin ning to look very serious. A singular accident happened to William Finkney, a farmer near Farwell. As he Jumped from the second floor of his granary his right arm caught on a hog hook, which tore a frightful gasli nearly to tho elbow. Ho hung about three feet from the floor until a farmhand came and unhooked him. The skin was torn nearly around the arm and drawn back by his weight half way to the elbow. The rather unusual ceremony of the ordination of a woman as a minister of the gospel was witnessed at tho Uni versalist church, Lansing. The candi date was Miss Olivia J. Carpenter. U. 8. mU Jaterveae la vTUfa BehftlL I . a I Paris: - The U. a. ambassador, lion. James E. Kustis, has received very pointed end definite instructions re garding the case of John L- Waller, now imprisoned in France under a 20 years' sentence imposed by a court martial on the ground that he was in communication with the llovas dur ing the revolt in Madagascar. The foregoing would indicate that the United States government has received from Madagascar the report of the U. S. consul there in regard to Mr. Wal ler's case, and that the conclusions drawn from it justify such interven tion, and that it will probably result in a fresh joint inquiry. Cuban Rebels lladty Whipped. Havana: Gen. Salcedo, commander of the Spanish troops operating against Gen. Maceo, the iusurgent leader, has won a great victory, lie attacked MaceoV forces at Parra Hueco. After a severe engagement tho forces of the government were vic torious, completely routing the insur gents, who lost many killed and wounded. The survivors were dis persed and sought refuge in the moun tains. The insurgent band commanded by Gen. Oarzon has also been com pletely defeated with great loss in killed, wounded and prisoners. Nearly all the survivors of this band surrendered. Two Attempts to ToUon a "Whole Family. Two mysterious attempts have been made recently to poison the family of Frank H. Odell, an oil operator at Findlay, O. On Easter Sunday Mrs. Odell and a lady boarder were taken suddenly ill, and tho following Sun day Mrs. Odell and two of her children were attacked with the same symp toms. Two physicians who were called saved their lives, and both de clare that arsenical poison had been administered to the patients, probably in the milk which they used in their coffee. There is no clue to the perpe trators of the crime. 720 Quarts of Mtro-Glyccrlne Eiploded. William Ulmer started from llluff ton, Ind., to the Montpelier oil fields with 720 quarts a nitro-glycerine in a wagon. When two miles out the wagon wheels struck a tree and upset his wagon. An explosion occurred, which made a whole 00 feet across the top and 15 feet deep. Four or five large oak trees were blown down and carried a distance of 500 feet. Ulmer and his horses were blown to atoms. Window glass was broken in houses for miles around and the shock was plainly felt in Fort Wayne, a distance of 25 miles. Murder and Suicide at Orrvllle, O. Daniel Arnold and Daniel Ilrenna man assaulted a cigarmaker named Clark, at Orrville, ()., llrennaman striking him on the head with a club. Clark's condition is serious and he will die. An oflicer arrested Arnold and went to the home of llrennaman to arrest him. llrennaman asked per mission to go into a bedroom to get a coat. While in the bedroom he shot himself through the head and died within an hour. llrennaman was 40 years old and had a wife and family. Three Men Iturned to peatlu A dwelling occupied by Samuel Weaver burned at Pittsburg. Weaver was very ill with typhoid fever and it was known that he perished, but the next morning the remains of two other .Tien were found. They proved to be those of Wm. Mitchell, Weaver's nurse and Fred Forsyth, son of the owner of the buiMing. A lire destroyed the large tobacco factory of W. C. McDonald at Montreal, in which 1,000 people, mostly girls, were employed.- About 200 girls leaped from the fourth story and 30 were injured, at least 10 of them fatally. The loss was 5500,000. THE MARKETS. New Vork- llcwt grades. . . Lower grades IIiiITmIo Hest grades.. . Lower grades Chicago llest grades... Lower grades Detroit -Hest grades. . . Lower grades Pittsburg Hest grades.. . Lower grades Cincinnati- Best grades.. . Lower grades Cleveland Hest grades... lower grades I.1VK STOCK. Cattle Sheep .-'i0 14 55 4 00 fl(VU5 73 f 4 Al . 2 7513 75 - yj U 7-36 10 2K5it450 f 1 50 tn ro 2 5 4 00 $4 503.150 . 2 M H 10 4 7.115 T.I . 3tR)t4 50 J4T1 2 75 $1.71 2 50 14 50 250 l 21 2 25 15 00 35 25 4V) .250(4H0 235 GRAIN, KTC. Lambs 4 W fft 0) 360 f 1 50 350 $3 21 3 75 14 50 300 14 75 300 $5 00 300 Hoj?s 5 frl 6 4J 13 30 4 l)J f 3 00 4 5J $-100 4H5 $4 20 3H0 $4 90 425 $3 20 600 Wheat. No 2 red New York -twt Ht'i Chicago (51 C.l'i Detroit iti tttl Toledo C4 (j'til'i Cincinnati lift fittitl't Cleveland-tu rSKl 4 Fittshurc-ttfi aM't Corn. No 2 mix ft2l.t52T.' 047!4 4(47 (t47',4 47 47 48 47 47 Oats. No a white 3i',n,;ui!4 34 (V.U4 :a 33 C4Vi Detroit. Hay, No. 1 Timothy, W"510 0. I'ntatnc. fid.:o. Live Poultry, Chickens. 9: Turkeys. 9 '.10; Ducks. 10 4 11. Kggs. strictly fresh. llV'li Hutter, rresn uairy, 13 is; creamery, l'Jx-1. REVIEW OF TRADE. Dun's: Neither the rising speculative markets nor tne steady gain in industries nas ceased. and it is wholesoino that there are fewer signs of hesitation in Iho productive liMusines than In speculative prices. Wane strikes grow more numerous and cause some trouble, and retail demand Inns behind wholesale ana lobbing pur chases and production In some branches, but through many conflicting reports the fact shines out that the industries are gaining, not with a rush and whirl, but witn more safety; and tho revival of activity helps confidence to take the throne so long held by distrust. Pro duction, stimulated because ore. coke and oil products were to be dearer, is retarded by tthrinking demand for products, for. on the whole, new business is said to be smaller than In February or March. The structural demand for buildings throughout the country was never larger, and the frenzy in oil nas started a large demand for pipe and sheets at a slight advance. Wool sold the past week at the lowest price on record 16 cents for Ohio and 9 cents for last year s Texas. The failures for the week were 2M in tne unueu states, against i last year. Hradstreet'ssays: The feature of the week Is the continued strength of prlcesof staples after the striking advances or preceding weeks. There is a tirmcr undertone In nearly all lines of trade but at a number or points gains in In dustrial are more marked than in commercial lines. The flurry In petroleum Is succeeded by a very dull market. Woolen dress goods mills have secured a number of orders for fall deliv ery, which accounts for the moderate activity In the market for wool. Cotton goods are tlrrh on the advance in cotton and hther wages paid eastern mill operatives. At the west. wUh. favorable weather, although collections are !or. the volume of business renulns changed except at Cincinnati, w here there hj3 been a better demand. Mrs. Lotta Spratt, of Jackson, won the first prize for rapid writing in a stenographic contest ut Cleveland. Completely Paralyzed. PHYSICIANS ARE ASTOUNDED BY A PECULIAR CASE. A Toting Man Stricken With Landry Paralysis and Yet Recovers. (From the Time, Philadelphia, Pa.) Stricken with Landry's Paralysis and! yet cured. That means but little to the average layman but it means a mlraclcc to a physician. Such Is the rare experi ence of O. K. Dalllmore, of Madison N. J. "Yes, It is true that I had Landry' Paralysis," said Air. Dalllmore to a re porter, "or else the most celebrated physicians of London were mistaken. "It was on the 15th of March, thla year," he continued, "when I was lo New York City, that I first felt th symptoms of my trouble. I experienced difficulty In going upstairs, my legs falling to support me. I consulted a physician, who Informed me that I had every symptom of Locomotor Ataxia but as the case developed he pro nounced it a case of Landry's Paralysis and knowing the nature of the disease, advised me to start for my home and friends. I gave up my work and oo April 1st started for Londonr Ont. A well-known physician was consulted, but I grew rapidly worse and on Satur day, April 7, several eminent physician held a consultation on my case and In formed me that I was at death's door having but three to six days to live., still I lingered on, by this time complete ly paralyzed, my hands and feet being" dead, I could hardly whisper my want and could only swallow liquids, and death would realy have been a welcome visitor. "Now comes the part that has as tounded the physicians. Rev. Mr. Gondy, a clergyman who visited me 1q my last hours, as he supposed, told me of the marvelous cures of paralysis that had been performed by Dr. Will iams' Pink Pills for Pale People. I started to take the pills about April 2 and a week after that felt an Improve ment in my condition. There was a. warm, tingling sensation in the llmbs that had been entirely dead and I soon began to move my feet and hands, the improvement continued until May 28, when I was taken out of bed for a drive, and drove the horse myself. By the first of July I was able to walk: upstairs alone and paid a visit to Nia gara. Slowly but surely I gained my old health and strength leaving Ontario for New York on Oct. 11 and beginnings my work again on Oct. 26, 1894. Cured of Landry's Paralysis In eight months." To confirm his story beyond doubt Mr. Dalllmore made afiidavlt. Sworn and subscribed before me Dec 3, 1894. AMOS C. ItATHBUN. (Seal.) Notary Public. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain all the elements necessary to give new life and richness to the blood and restor shattered nerves. They are for sale by all druggists, or may be had by mali from Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y., for 50 cents per box or six boxes for S2.50. A preventable fire la a burning shame. liegeman's Camphor Ice with Glycerine. Cures Chipped Handu snd Ksce, Teniler or Sore Feet, Chilblains, 1'ilei, Ac C. U. Clsrk Co.. .New 11 area, C- Lauchter's wrinkles mock most of time. If the ISaby Is Cutting Teeth. Be sure and u that old and well tried remedy, Masv Wikslow's fiooTHiNO Syrcf for Children Teethllg- Death does his hugzln? with stay-laces. "Hanson's Kaglo Corn Salv." Warranted to cure or money refunded. Aak yow truvtci fur it. l'rlce 15 cent. Cold sunshine makes the most shivers. Parker's tilnger Tonic Is popular for Its good work. Suffering, tired, sleepless, nervous women find notmn so soothing and reviving. Lumbermen aro not necessarily loggerheads What a sense of relief It Is to know that you have no more corns. Hlndercorns re moves them, and very comforting it Is. lo at druggists. Fashion counts more victims than pestilence. PIso's Curo Is tho medicine to break up children's Coughs and Colds. Mrs. M. t. Ulcnt, Sprague, Wash., March 8, 'WL A frross outrage finding it a few packages short. II ALL'S CATAKRII CUKE Is a liud and 1 taken Internally, and acts directly upon th blood and mui ous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. Sold by DruKists, 75c F. J. ClitNEV &. CO., Froprs , Toledo. O The sick do not have to exerclso all the patience. tVhy lny Doctoral AfrQaraoteed cure lorContttpstlon without medlclo or Injm'tlont.orlirtna ly to d tr tl ; a iM-rmanmt care for Diabetes, coittiiff ; a California Salve for Plle nlves Iuitant relief and a positive cure for Ilheu-mail-Tii. To aecure thee f our home cure, and tbn ae doctor' bill, endllcentt (tamp tollOMK CUKE CO., lUlli Walnut Ht., lhll , law The genuine thoroughbred makes his own pedigree. The Ladles. The pleasant effect and perfect safety with which ladles may use the Cali fornia liquid laxative. Syrup of Flgs under all conditions, makes It their favorite remedy. To get the true anfil genuine article, look for the name of tho California Fig Syrup Co., printed neair the bottom of the package. Wealth is more frequently overestimated) than worth. Youth hastens to pleasure, manhood to carv old ago to sleep. Short Journeys on a Long Road Is the characteristic title of a profusely Illus trated book containing over one hundred pages of charmingly written descriptions of summer resorts in the country north and west ol Chi cago. The reading matter is new. the illustra tions are new. and the Information therein wlli be new to almost everyone. A copy of "Short Journeys on a Long Road'" will be sent free to anyone who will enclose 10 cents (to pay postage) to Geo. II. Ileafford, General Passenger Agent, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Hallway, Chicago, 111. The pastor trusts tho women In every thine except church secrets. Americans took out 20,803 patents last fear. Twenty per cent of the pupils in British schools are said to be near lighted. New York city has two places of wor ship in which the entire service Is con ducted In the Greek tongue. Rev. Dr. Edward McGlynn has taken a ten years' lease on a cottage on Fif teenth avenue, Path Peach, Brooklyn, i Aubrey Ueardsley, it is said, has writ ten a play In which the characters ar to assume, as far as possible, the form and features of his drawings. Dr. Otto Nordensklold. son of Barora NordenskioM, will have command off the Swedish antarctic expedition now being organiztd at Stockholm.