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How It Ha Spread la MlcUlau Iukt. guu lu Llitc. The trumpet notes of "The Little Con queror" have sounded far and near in tin triumphal march' through Michigan. From tlv crowded city to the hamlet the echo is resounding, bringing words of hope and Kod cheer to thousands of sufferers. JAile lic endorsement is its strength, and that is wiiy success follows each advancing step. People are beginning to understand that there is no proof like home proof. Muske gon has produced several such cases as that of Mrs. Chas. Sleygh, and they like to read - and know about them, for it means comfort to all. Mrs. bleygh is a citizen of Muskegon and resides at No. 2G0 Lake St. She says : "I could not speak words of praise that would be 6trong enough to tell what I feel for Doan's Kidney Pills. My trouble seemed to be the result of a severe attack of , the grip which I had about four years ago, and it developed into a genuine kidney affliction. During these years I have suf fered everything. At times the misery lias made me wish I were dead. My back was in a terrible condition. 1 had spells of such ; severity that the pain would force me to walk , bent over for a whole week. I could not stand up straight. The flesh on my back ( over the kidneys was sore to the touch, the bladder became affected as well, and I have suffered with it more than toneue can tell. The urine was scanty, and at times would not come at all. mere was much inflammation, causing fever and an intense burning and stinging feeling. I was feeling badly when I commenced taking Doan's Kidney Pills, which I procured at Brun dage'sdrug store. They have done great things for me. I now feel like another per son. My terrible backache is better, the urine comes naturally, and my strength and nervous system are greatly improved. I shnll continue taking l Joans Kidney Fills for some time yet. You can use my endorse ment of them; I nm dad to cive it" Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all dealers price oO cents. Mailed by loster-MiIburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for U. S. lie- member the name, JJoan e, and take no other. VAN R. POND, Attorney ff Counsellor, General law and chancery practice in all courts. Over M. L. Stewart & Co's Bank DR. EDGERTON T. WILSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE Room 7 Keeler Block. RESIDENCE 622 Rlyer Street. OWOSSO. MICH. J. B. Dowdigan, DENTIST. Office over KALAMAZOO STORI Hours 8 to 12 a. m. 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. owosso, MICH : ; F. EDWARDS & CO; Csneral Heal Estate and Insurance Agent Will sell your Property. Will rent your House or Farm. Will look after your Tenants. ' Will find Loans for your Money. Will Insure your Buildings. Charges very reasonable. Office with & T. Smith. H. H. PETERSON, OFFICE Over Dlmmlck's store, "Washington Street. RESIDENCE Washington St., oppo lUeObngreg&tlonal church. ; William M. Kilpatrick, LAWYER, SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY AND Qeneral Insurance A vent. Office In the Williams Block. Washlngtonstreet , Owosso Mich 1. Ill 8. SCOT PHYSIC AN & SURGEON RESIDENCE, 409 3AQINAW ST., Office, 211 N. Washington St. OYER FABEILL & SOS'S DRUG STORE, DR, C. MCCORMICK PHYSICIAN. SUR6E0R. ETC. Special attention Riven to the treatment ot disease by means of Electricity. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Sciatica and a number of nervous diseases reaauy yieia 10 mis lorm 01 treatment. Office and Residence No. 220 East Exchange St w OWOSSO, - MICH BB. L. E. PHELPS, Office: 114 N. Washington St. Office IIouks: 8 to 9 a. m. and 1 to 8 p. m. Residence: 650 N. Washington St. Special Attention eItv0en Chronic Diseases. Hamblin & Crawford, REAL ESTATE. , Basinets Chances, Conveyancing, Fire Insur ance, Money to Loan, Notaries Public. BPS. Y 106 West Exchange St OWOSSO. MICH. DR. ANNIS S. H. GOODINO, Homoeopathic Residence and office. Williams St., (Com stock Block), Owosso, Mich. Office hours 8 to 4 p. m. and to 8 p. m. Calls promptly respond ed to. Special attention riven to Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children. , OWOSSO:-' SAVINGS:- :BANK. CAPITAL and 5URPLU5, $10,000.00. - OFFICERS: C. S. Williams, President. Chas. K. ruai.KT, Vice President. A. lh Whipple, Cashier. J. C. VanCamp, Ajs't. Cashier. D1KKUTOKS: C. S. WlLI TAMS, ClIAS. E. KlGLKY, Geo T. Ma sorf, a. D. WmrrLE. Cha. W. gale, E. a. Gould. Wm. A. Woodatid. FOUR PER CENT INTEREST Paid quarterly on deposits. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES TO RENT Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold. Bank open from 9 a. m. to 3:30 p. m and every Monday evening from 6 to 8, HISTORY OF A WEEK UlUl-frdnjr, Aug. A. Uganda has advanced enough In civ ilization to have a hospital established by the government at Mengo, the capi tal, Ekltabo Ekyokusaba Kwabantu Bona Is the way the title of the book of corr. mon prayer reads In th language of Uganda. George Vanderbilt has hired a steam yacht In England and started with a party for Norway, the Land of the Mid night Sun. From July 1. 1896, tp May 1, 1S97, the United States exported 1,500,000 bar rels of apples and 23,215,000 pounds of dried apples. Fire in the big chemical works of D, Jayne & Sons, Philadelphia, did $100,000 damage. Several firemen were hurt, one probably fatally. B. A. E. Landergren, chief deputy In the office of the internal revenue collec tor at Chicago for fourteen years, has been reappointed by Collector Coyne. An order has been issued at the post- office department, Washington, estab llshlng a free delivery system at Fort Atkinson, Wis., consisting of three let ter carriers and fourteen street letter boxes. This order will take effect Nov. 1. Friday, Aug. 6. The temperature at Austin, Tex., at noon yesterday was 106. The New York state hop growers es tlmate the crop for the state at from 65,000 to 75,000 bales. Lightning struck the spire on the Christian church at Viroqua, Wis., dam aging the vestibule to the extent of $400, covered by insurance. Tin plate sales from England have fallen off one-half since the McKlnley tariff act was passed and the American production Is steadily Increasing. Fire at Sewlckley, Pa., destroyed Abercromble's upholstering establish ment, Young's dry goods store, a livery stable and four dwellings. Ijoss, $50,- 000. It Is semi-offlclally announced that Japan has suggested that Belgium be selected to act as arbitrator in the ques tions In dispute between Hawaii and the Japanese government. Fort Cralo, the historic Van Rens selaer mansion on the Hudson river, In East Greenbush, N. Y., has been sold under the auctioneer's hammer for $4, 300. The hou.'je was built In 1642. Saturday, Aug. 7. Obituary: At Peoria, Ills., Dr. John M. Powell, 59. At Gerlngr, Neb., Judge S. B. Shumway. Secretary Sherman arrived at "Wash ington yesterday afternoon and Is at his desk in the state department today. The process of making electrical de posits of copper on wood perished with Herbert E. Fowler, who died at Nauga tuck, Conn., recently. The production of spelter In the Unit ed States for the first six months of 1897 was 44,713 short tons, of which Illinois furnished 16.6C9 tons. The Missouri state board of equaliza tion has made a raise of over $3,000,000 In the valuation of railroad bridges and telegraph property in the state. Miss Clara Flinn, aged IS, is a mail carrier between Parkersburg and Eliza beth, Wirt county, W. Va., making two trips between these points dally. It is estimated that the amount of money left in Nevada for meals and lunches by the Christian Endeavor ex cursionists will reach nearly $20,000. Monday, Aug-. 0. Near McKlnney, Tex., a petroleum train was derailed. Two tank9 exploded, scattering flames in every direction. Brakeman McLain and Charlea Russell were badly burned and both may die. John T. Sherman, until six years ago a millionaire with a palatial residence on Fifth avenue, New Tark, !a n6w a tramp, homeless, penniless, and with out a friend. Drink and gambling did it. General Nelson A. Miles, of the United States army, has arrived at. Berlin. He ia receiving many official courtesies. The National Democratic Association of Colored men Is called to meet in convention at Columbus, O., on Sept. 23. The breeders' law of Missouri, which shut up all pool rooms outside of race track enclosures, has been declared un constitutional. Henry J. Reed, a money lender, and his sister, Blanche M. Reed, were found dead in their home at North Adams, Mass. Their heads were beaten to pulp. Tuesday. Aug. 10. E. J. Holmes, who recently married Miss Beaman, In Windsor, Va., Is the only grandson of the late Oliver "Wen dell Holmes. The steamer City of Para, from Pana ma, is held In quarantine at San Fran cisco, a passenger having died of yel low fever on the voyage. ' A man named Clark, who "lives at Chandler, O. T., on his way to Osage county, Mo., was held up by five robbers a few miles north of Newklrk, O. T. A third attempt was majle by incen diaries to burn the town of Moran, a place of 1,000 people, in Allen county, Kan. Eight business buildings were de stroyed. French newspapers say they do not anticipate, as an outcome of the as assasslnatlon of the Spanish premier, that the Conservative government will be displaced. Wednesday, Aug. 11 William G. Read, a stockholder, and Carl S. Neuberger, an importer, com mitted suicide In New York, on account of business troubles, it is supposed. While flying a kite during a heavy electrical storm Walter Vinson, a 12 years old boy, who lived in Kansas City, Kan., was struck by lightning and in stantly killed. Ex-King Milan of Servla is so serious ly 111 at Vienna that some anxiety is felt by his friends as to his eventual recovery. Physicians think it necessary to am putate the arm of young Willie Smith, son of a Trenton, N. J., merchant, who was bitten by a monkey. After a whut-down of six weeks the Delaware Iron works at Newcastle re sumed operations, giving employment to between 4U0 and 600 persons. Two colored bicyclists were struck by a passenger train on the Union Pacific east of Sallna, Kas., and one is dead. The committee of tho Tdllois' Union of America, which met this year in stead of the regular convention, has decided to agitate for a ten-hour work day. - riroproof Cop, Canadian and Italian asbestus will find a serious competitor In the blue as bestus recently discovered In the Cape Colony, rince the South African product is less than half as heavy and furnishes fibers considerably finer and longer than any other. The South African fiber has been worked into webs, which are but little inferior to those made of vecetablo fiber and are absolutely fireproof. Twine, cord and rope made of this blue asbestus will cot only resist fire, but also most of the known chemicals, corrosive vapors and atmospheric influences. These qual ities will open a new field for the em ployment of asbestus fabrics in chemical laboratories and for the calking of chemical apparatus. In order to test the resistance of the cow material a blue asbestus rope of about three-fourths of an inch in diam eter was weighted at one end with 220 pounds and exposed to a constant flame from a large gas jet, bo that the rope for a considerable length was surrounded by fire. The. cord only broke after 22 hours. Still it was a trifle lighter than a rope of the same diameter made of Russian hemp. Compared with a new hemp rope, the asbestus rope has two thirds of its strength, but as the ropes get older the proportion is altered in favor of asbestus ropes, since they suffer but very little from the influences of the atmosphere. Another novel application of this ma terial is the working of blue asbestus fiber into mattresees for hospitals. They are cooler in summer and warmer in winter than those made either of ani mal hair or vegetable fiber, and no ver min can live in this mattress. Experi ments are now being made of working this fiber into cloth for firemen's ap parel. Of course the long fiber of blue asbestus can also be employed for all the uses to which white asbestus has been put heretofore. While a trifle more expensive, its superior qualities made it well worth the difference. Philadel phia Record. The raising of the Cayuse. Fossil collections gathered in old lake beds of eastern Oregon demonstrate that the broad plains between tho Rocky and Cascade mountains were tho original habitat of tho prehistoric horse, a fleet little animal no larger than a fox which in the long ago scampered over the lonely land. After the lapse of ages the modern horse is now to degenerate npon the stamping ground of his ancestors. The cayuse has become so valueless by the invasion of the electiro car and the bioycle and the disappearance of the stagecoach and the wagon train that the halter has been taken from his neck and ho has been turned loose to struggle with nature for his own subsistence. Over this section many thousand head of wild horses now roam as nntram- meled as in prehistoric days, and during the past winter these perished in large numbers. It is a case of the survival of the fit test The cayuse, like the red man, may read his doom in the setting sun, but the well bred horse can still look civi lization in the face and demand shelter and oats in abundance. Spokane Spokesman-Review. "SHE WELL." But Her ClDtheo Often Living Death. Cover a Beaut? X the S!i'liC of !...ir Worship, and Women y'l With V.r.ch Other to Make Themselves Attractive. The remark, "Shedrceses elegantly, Is a very common ono in this age of Wealth and progres s. Women vie with each other in. mak ing themselves at- ;4:j& tractive, for men 'admire a stylishly dressed woman. Good clothes add o the charms of lie woman in per fect health, but s are ill-befitting IX those who v-j (hroughignor ance or care lessness have BuiTered the inroads of fe male diseases to stamp them as physical wrecks. It is unfortunate, but true, that some physi cians allow women to suffer needlessly, be cause man can only work from theory, and at best only patch up, without removing the cause. Proof is abundant that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound re moves the cause, gives strength to the weakened organs, vigorous health to the system, and therefore beauty to the face and form. Mrs. Tinkham, Lynn, Mass., gladly answers, freo of charge all letters. Ilere is one of tho results : " Three months ago, I wrote you a letter describing my troubles, which were inflammation of the womb and bladder. I had not seen a well day since tho birth of my second child, 16 years ago. I had spent hundreds of dollars for doctors and medicines. 'Such pains as I endured. My back ached, my fe;t and limbs were swollen, ind It was almost irupossiblo for mo to stand ; I could not walk any distance. I received your answer to my letter, and followed closely all your advice, and I have been using Lydia E. Pink ham's Compound for three months. Now I cau work all day without pain. I Lave recommended the Compound to many of my frienaa, and gladly recom mend it to all women in any way afflicted with female troubles." Lydia Batie, 227 Spring St, Greensburg Pa fTriv vat m INJUNCTION DEFIED. Kansas In Open ltebelllon Against An Order of a UuiUl (States Court. Topeka, Kan., Aug. 10. The longT threatened clash between the United States courts and the authorities of the etate of Kansas came yesterday when Attorney General Boyle, acting upon the advice and with the concur rence of the state administration, took action in the etate courts In open de nance cf the federal authorities. This action is the outcome of an injunction Issued on July 29 last by United States District Judge John A. Williams, of Arkansas, at Colorado Springs, Colo by which he positively enjoined State Insurance Commledcner Webb McNeal and Attorney General Boyle, of Kansas, from bringing any proceedings what ever under the state laws to prevent the Mutual Life Insurance company from doing business In Kansas. The lnjunc tlon of Judge Williams was sweeping In Its effect, and amounted, according to Governor Leedy, Attorney General Boyle and Commissioner McNeal, to practical annulment of a criminal law of Kansas under which the Insurance company Involved has been barred from transacting business In Kansas. Not only this, but the Kansas au thorltles maintained that the injunction of Judge Williams was In violation of the constitution of the United States, in that it prevented the state from enact ing and carrying out Its own laws, and also In contravention of decisions of the United States supreme court. Act ing upon this belief Attorney General Boyle yesterday went before the Btate supreme court, bringing proceedings In quo warranto against the Mutual Life Insurance company to compel that cor poratlon to appear before the state su preme court and show by what authority It Is transacting business In the state of Kansas. Attorney General Boyle having done precisely what the Injunction of Judge Williams forbade him doing the pre wmptlon Is that the federal Judge will cause his arrest and Imprisonment for contempt. In this event application for a writ of habeas corpus will be made at once to the United States rupreme court, and In such a proceeding the at torney general would have the support of the entire state administration. Gov ernor Leedy has declared that the Issue has been made and that the matter must be fought to a termination. REGULATIONS FOR THE KLONDYKE Canada Propones to Enforce T-aw and Or der If It Is Neresstary. Toronto, Ont., Aug. 10. A special to The Globe from Ottawa says that the Dominion government has reached sev eral important decisions in regard to the Klondyke country and the working of the gold fields there. It has been de cided to appoint an administrator for the district, who will have entire charge of all the Canadian officials there and be the chief executive officer of the gov ernment. Major Walshe, a former com mander of the Northwest mounted po lice, is to be appointed to the position. The party cf mounted police to leave Manitoba next week for the gold coun try has been Increased from twenty to thlrty-flve. They will take with them two Maxim guns. The mining regulations have been amended in an important particular. At present a miner Is at liberty to stake out a claim of 600 feet running along with the stream and back to the bank. This has been reduced to 100 feet, and the new regulation will go Into force im mediately. A court for the administra tion of civil and criminal Justice for the gold district has also been decided upon. Justice McQuire, of Prince Albert, is to preside over the court. ONE WRECK FOLLOWS ANOTHER. Result Being Death for Two Engineers and Serious Harts to Others. Portland, Ind., Aug. 10. At 11 o'clock yesterday morning a south-bound Grand Rapids and Indiana freight train went through the bridge spanning the Wa bash river a mile north of Geneva. The engine and tender fell into the river and cars piled up over them. Engineer Barney Reldt and Fireman Gallagher went down with the engine. The former had both legs crushed and was other wise badly Injured; he will die. Fire man Gallagher and Brakeman James Clifford were severely injured. Owing to the wreck traffic over the road waa suspended and passenger trains were sent from Portland and JJe catur by way of Celina, O., over other lines. The south-bound Grand Rapids passenger train, due here at 2 p. m., while making the detour, was wrecked two miles north of Coldwater, O. The train left the track and Engineer Brown, of the Mackinaw road, was killed and Engineer Anderson and Fireman Gol den, of the Grand Rapids train, were seriously injured. TERRIBLE DISASTER AT CHICAGO. Four Men Killed and a Doeen Wounded by a Boiler Explosion. Chicago, Aug. 6. Four men were killed by an explosion in the Northwestern ele vator, at the foot of Grand avenue, at 5:30 o'clock last night. A dozen persons were more or less serlausly Injured. The Injured are: John McGann, 12 years old, both legs broken; Driver Con way, of engine company No. 27, over come by heat; Marshal Petrle, slightly injured by bricks; Captain Alvey, bruised by bricks; Christopher Blum, knocked to sidewalk and injured; Pipe man J. G. Coogan, Plpeman Jacob Schnur and Plpeman John Spaman. There were fifty-one persons hurt more or less, all firemen. The explosion shook the north and northwest sides of the city like an earthquake. Glass in neighboring build ing!? was broken, and on the east side of the river damage to glass was reported. The exploaion was one of the boilers in the big elevator building. It was followed by a fire which practically destroyed, the bulldin?. Fire- Cyclone INSURANCE written on Farm Property, School v Houses and Churches. J. L. ASH, OWOSSO. MICH IE Interviewed by the Reporter for "The Independent." He Tells of His Recovery from an Illness that Threatened to Incapacitate Him. Is now Able to Attend to His Duties. Has Nothing but Words of Praise for the Remedy Used. From tht Independent, Auburn, iV. Y. It having come to the knowledge of the editor of the Cayuga County Independent of Auburn, that Etv. N. Wayne Wolcott, Pas tor of Baptist Church, of Fleming, N. Y., had been cured of nervous prostration by the use of Dr. Williams Pink Pills for Tale People, he sent a reporter to that town to ascertain from lit. Wolcott the truth of the report, and receive from his own lips a statement of his case and how he had been benefited. The reporter found Mr. Wolcott to be gentleman some 40 or 45 years of age, in good health, and active in his ministerial duties. lie is highly esteemed as a pastor and a citizen, and is a gentleman of strict integrity, whose statements can be implicitly relied upon as truthful in every respect and devoid of exaggeration. In reply to ques tions as to the truth of the report that he had been benefited by Pink Pills he made the following statement : " Eight years ago while pastor of the Baptist Church in Covert, N. Y., I was stricken with nervous prostra tion. During the winter of 1887-8, I had conducted revival services and delivered series of lectures in addition to my work as pastor and became completely run down. I could not work, and felt as though my days were numbered. I tried a doctor, but did not receive much aid from him. At this time I received a call from the church at Tully, N. Y, At first I determined not to accept it, for I knew that in my weak condition I could not do the work. But hoping against hope, I finally decided to try and ac cordingly went there. My health continued to fail and I grew weaker, and I thought I would have to give up entirely my work for God, which I love. Just then, however, the sun broke through the clouds. Mr. Tall- man, of Tully, whom I shall always re member as a benefactor, recommended me to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. He had tried them and they had done him good. As a last resort I tried them. The etl'ect was wonderful and immediate. From the very first box my system began to tone up, my blood became rich, and once more I became tne strong ana vigorous man 1 was oetore mr health failed. " My labors, if you know of the labors of a country parson, you can readily believe, were very heavy. I had not been able to work, and wrs losing my interest in the cause of Christ, but like magic my old vigor returned and for three more years I labored there and raised $4,000 toward building up the Church in addition to my regular duties. All my friends say of mi that I am a very hard working man. but in Covert I could not work. After I went to Tully and the pills had restored ray health, I think I may say that I merited that name. For three or four years after I left Tully I did evangelistic work. Two years ago I came here. Since then I have never had any return of ray old trouble, but am in good health, strong and active, wit no symptom of nervous pros tration, which was caused by overwork. It is a homely expression, but I felt like a 'wrunjr-out dish-cloth without any starch in it.' M I owe my present eood health to Pink Pills, and want most heartilr to commend the masric remedv to every one troubled with nervous prostration or physical wenkn?." Asa parting remark Mr. Wolcott said : "I have often thought that in return for what Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have done for me. I would like to become a medical missionary to make known their merits." WEAK, NERVOUS, DISEASED f.'lEtl 250,000 CURED IN 20 YEARS. O CURES GUARANTEED OR NO PAY I FOR VTw w Jg.lina.m,'",ie Ra grave through EARLY INIl5CRIiTI'JNS. frtv. J- . m A HEBVOUS WHEOK. ;,...-? "We following symptoms consult us before It la too lato. Are you nr- U . n i. ' i , . - r"""u "i" mo cytis wuu uftrit circles undr I tnera. weak back, ktdnnva irrtiia n.ii.tin. v. t. aodlment In urlno.Kmples oh the faoo. eyea hoJM&Mkwl expression, poor memory, llfoloss. distrustful. lack energy and trenth. "ro 1 roor YOU HAVE SEMINAL kg udk inuw METHOD TnGAT:ViENT alone a man ti you. l UUlTlU lnilU- . ence the brain becomes actlvo. tho blood purified so that all pi m pi on. blotches and ulcers disappear; the nerves becomo strong as steol. so that nervous ness, bashfulnoss and despondency dlsappeart the eyes become bright, tho face full and clear, onergy returns to the body, and the moral, physical and sexual systems are lnrlgoratod: all drains ' coase no more vital waste from the system. The various organs bocorae natural and manly. Vou fool yourself a man and lmow marriage cannot bo a failure. We Invito aU the afflicted to consult us confidentially and f mo of charge. Don't lot quacks and fakirs rob you of your hard earned dollars. ..c uiu mi, jfuw vr no pvy, HAS YOUU BLOOD BEEN DISEASED? SVPHIM4 la thn mn.t nn.l . . . ... . ii ,. "."" i''."iiumis serious BLUOU disease. It saps the very life blood of the victim and unless entirely eradicated from thesys- It onlv mi nnroquna thn ..mi.iAn. i. V 1,1 "'- ""spring, jiowaro of Mercury, YOUNU OK AMDOLI'-Anpn m a mwm ourN.-.W mrt 0J-,l""UBB r later excesses have .J.' . ; "unr 7ou- aieniuny. pnysicauy ana soxua ly you are not tun i-nn dango'r slgnaTsr UU LU8Uul rfta,0P8 rich toarvesfsf Um Jo l! "Si ill RFAflPR I fre T"U a victim? naroyou lost hope? Aro you con torn i.l;.t;nr mnrrlage? mr'?ULJI . IIa" your blood boon dl son eU? Uavoyouany weaknoss? Our Now Mnthnd Treatment will cure you. What It has dono for others Uwlll do tor yo" CoSrult.t 2 Free. Nomattor who has trouKvl you. write for an honost oirinlon Free ,oi charm Charges reasonable. Books Fre.-TheOoIdon Monitar'WlllnK Mon. Inclose postal, a cents. B-led. Pook on "Dlscn-es of Women" "u'a8e ot WN0 NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT, PRIVATE. No medlclntnl COD Sen"" FKEE? bX" " nve,op"- twrlh:nB confidential. Qtion "ut and co" of Trestl DRS. KENNEDY &.KER6AN, N&ac CI HDLCfll A MICHIGAN MAN'S ENTHUSIASTIC ENDORSE MENT OF DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS. From the Timet and Expotitor, Adrian, Mich. Mr. Simpson is the owner of the Simpson Block on Main Street and a prominent young man of Morenci, Michigan. In the spring of 181)3, Mr. Simpson's health, which had heretofore been characterized by the utmost ruggedneHS, began slowly, at first almost unnoticeably to ail him. The first symptom he experienced was an unaccount- . able loss of his appetite. His weight, which had averaged 175 pounds for a number of years, began slowly to decline. He became a subject of the blues and his days were made miserable by an almost constant headache. . As the cose progressed the symptoms be came more marked, plainly Indicating a radical disorder of the functions. lie be came enervated and depressed, his skin became dry and harsh, a heavy, drag ging pain in the region of the kidneys strongly pronounced the nature of the trouble kidney disease, although repeatedly incorrectly diagnosed. lie consulted and was treated by expert medical men, and at periods felt better. The encouraging changes, however, were deceptive, lie loHt hope, believing himself to be on the verge of an invalid's life. Ills admirable physique and great endurance resisted for a time the encroachment of the disease. Hut the struggle seemed hopeless. Although cognizant of a remarkable cure Dr. Williams' Pink Pills had performed in this locality, indubitably proving their great efficacy and virtue, he had little faith of their helping him. Nevertheless, he fmrchased a box of the pills and began tak ng them. At firft he noticed no change in his daily condition, but as he continued the use of the pills he became convinced that there was a change, and that change together with a resume of his complete restoration to health is better told in his words : "I determined to give them a thorough trial and ascertain their true merits. At the commencement I was fast ncaring a physi cal wreck, pain racked, and strongly tempted at times to end my miserable existence. JJut after I had taken the first box of Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills I could not help but feel, and my friends but notice the change that had occurred. My periods of depression were growing lew; frequent and I began enjoying instead of dreading my night's rest. "Could it be possible that a permanent change for the better had occurred? It seemed too good for me to build hopes upon, yet I was surely improving miraculous it seemed. I continued using the pills and during the. succeeding weeks I gained rapidly ana with convalescence came joy. The road to re covery is a sunshiny one. no fears, no dis couragements, no more depression, a keen and delightful realizing that once more health is near at hand, and health," he said impressively, "is everything." . " Do vou enJor as good health now aa Ton did before your sickness?" queried the re porter. "Yes. sir. I am strong, have a heartT appetite and enjoy sound, refreshing sleep. Hut I keen the pills ever at hand, and." he . continued. "I firmly believe that had it not been for them I would not be here to-day. I -owe my life to them and am ever ready to voice mr most grateful praise in favor of their wonderful merits." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain. In a con densed form, all the elements necessary to give new life and richness to the blood and restore shattered nerves. They are an unfailing spe cific for such diseases as locomotor ataxia, par tial paralysis, St. Vitus' dance, sciatioa, neu ralgia, rheumatism, nervous -headache, the after effect of la grippe, palpitation of thei heart, pale and sallow complexions, all forms of weakness either in male or female. Pink Pills are sold by all dealers, or will be sent post paid on receipt or price, 50 cents a box, or six boxes for $2.f0 (they are never sold in hulk or by the 100), by addressing Dr. Wil. 1 liams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, N.Y. $1000 IN GOLD FOR A CASE WE muu 111 uulu CANNQT CURE op SELF-ABUSE, EfllSSIONS, VARICO CELE, CONCEALED DRAINS, STRICT URE GLEET, SYPHILIS, STUNTED PARTS, LOST MANHOOD, IM POTEN CY, NERVOUS DEBILITY, UNNAT URAL DISCHARQES, ETC. The New Method Treatment is the .Greatest Discovery of the Age CURING THESE DISEASES mn ftr annually swept to a r-romature EXwUSSBS, AND KLOOD lllSfiASRS if WEAKNESS I ran T BZRKDITARY BLOOD Clfir Hit. MB I HOD posltlvolycureltforevcr. . i . i-.V:.X i i"r.V: V broken down your system. You f-1 1 the 1