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1 ALL BROKEN DOWN. Con- No Sleep—No Appetite—Just a tinual Backache. Joseph McCauley, of 144 Sholto street, Chicago, Sachem of Tecumseh Lodge, says: "Two years ago my health was com pletely broken down. My back ached and was so lame that at times I was hardly able to dress myself. I lost my appetite and was unable to sleep. There seemed to be no relief until I took Doan's Kid ney Pills but four boxes of this rem edy effected a complete and perma nent cure. If suffering humanity knew the value of Doan's Kidney Pills they would use nothing else, as it is the only positive cure I know." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.Y. To refute the many false and malici ous attacks, bogus formulas and other untruthful statements published concern ing Doctor Pierce's World-famed Family Medicines the Doctor has decided to pub lish all the ingredients entering into his "Favorite Prescription" for women and his equally popular tonic alterative known as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Hereafter every bottle of these medicines leaving the great Labor atory at Buffalo, N. Y., will bear upon it a full list of all the ingredients entering into the compound. Both are made en tirely from native roots, barks and herbs. The ingredients of the "Golden Med ical Discovery" being Golden Seal root, Queen's root. Black-cherrybark, Man drake root, Bloodroot.. Why is it so many have been strength ened and benefited by the tonic effect of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery It is because at this time of the year people feel run-down, nerveless, sleepless and worn out. Poisons have accumu lated in their body during the long win- ter. Their blood stores up a lot of waste product which poisons the system. That Is why in the spring and early summer a tonic is almost a necessity. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery being made of medicianal plants, is next to nature and the best tonic you can use. For the same reason that vegetables and greens are good for the system at this time of the year, so is it true that a tonic made up entirely of medicinal plants, without the use of alcohol, is the proper medicine to take at this time. It tills the blood with rich, red blood corpuscles. It gives you a feeling of strength, and it puts sunshine Into your system as no other remedy can. That is why Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has been such a favorite for the past forty years. lie is not afraid to open his laboratory to the public, and lnt invites every one to visit his Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y., to see how systematically the sick are taken care of and cured, as well as looking over liis huge laboratory and see ing the scientific methods of preparing this wonderful tonic. Neither man nor Quite Proper. "He has rather decided views about literature. He contends that Spencer was a better writer than Shake speare." "Well, that's all right. Shakespeare's writing was fierce, and you know how fine Spencerian penmanship is."—Chi cago Herald. BABY'S AWFUL ECZEMA. Face Like Raw Beef—Thought She Would Lose Her Ear—Healed Without a Blemish—Moth er Thanks Cuticura. "My little girl had eczema very bad when she was ten months old. I thought she would lose her right ear. It had turned black and her face was like a piece of raw meat, and very sore. It would bleed when I washed her, and I had to keep cloths on it day and night. There was not a clear spot on her face when I began using Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and now it is completely healed, without scar or blemish, which is more than I had hoped for. (Signed) Mrs. Rose Ether, 291 Eckford St., Brooklyn, N. Y." Posterity may see that justice is done a man, but he would rather at tend the trial in person. In a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE. A powder. It cures painful,smarting, nerv ous feet and ingrowing nails. It's the greatest comfort discovery of the age. Makes new shoes easy. A certain cure for 'sweating feet. Sold by all druggists, 25a ,Trial package FREE. .Address A. S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. A man never knows how many friends he has until they come to his funeral. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCKOOOOVt I TRADE MARK. A Marvel of Relief Safe and sore for Lumbago Sciatica ttlsthe specific virtue of penetration In this remedy that carries It right to the pain spot and effects a prompt cure. So. Vf W-rffZ- THE SECRET OUT. The DOOP Stands Wide Open. 11 v*^ /if The Kalier Favors "Water Toasts." Emperor William will give his sup port to officers drinking toasts in wa ter or non-alcoholic beverages. His majesty's decision came about through Dr. Adolph Bar.zer of Munich, a mem ber of the Society Against the Misuse of Spiritous Liquors, asking if officers might not drink toasts in water. The Prussian minister of war has replied that upon his majesty's command the department informs him that "no com pulsion exists to partake of toasts In alcoholic drinks, and that it may be left to the movement now in progress to advance this idea in all circles."— Berlin Letter. His Observation. "It's usually the unexpected that happens," remarked the moralizer. "I have noticed during my brief but brilliant career," remarked the de moralizer, "that the unexpected hap pens less often than the expected fails to happen."—Detroit Tribune. woman can be handsome who has im purities in the blood, for it will show in pimples, boils, and eruptions, in the dark circles under the eyes and in the sallow complexion. After taking "Golden Med ical Discovery" you are bound to have pink cheeks and a fresh complexion. The muscles get the good, rich, red blood, that puts on strength. It is a flesh builder, but not a fat builder. As an example of the good results thus obtained, note the following letter "In the year 1899, I had an attack of indigestion and got so bad that my home doctor said he could not do me any good," writes Mr. G. Trent, of Gordonvllle. Texas. "I wrote to you and you advisea me to use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, so I bought six bottles, and when I commenced using it I was so weak could hardly walk about the house. By the time I had used one bottle my stomach and bowels commenced to heal. There were strips of the lining of my bowels as large as a man's two fingers passed and.I had a great deal of misery in my stomach and bowels, and also in the rectum especially. I could not eat anything without having much distress afterward, but by the time I had taken eight bottles of the 'Golden Medical Dis covery' I was sound and well, and could eat anything I pleased without suffering in the least. Could also do as much work in a day as I ever could. I have not suffered from the trouble since." Hs- PtPffA'c Good temper is LI Jr flCl L-C & largely a mat ter of good health, and good health is largely a mat ter of healthy activity of the bowels. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets euro constipa tion. They are safe, sure and speedy, and once taken do not have to be taken always. One little "Pellet" is a gentle laxative, and two a mild cathartic. They imver Dallafc gripe. By all druggists. IF Ci Iclb. The selfish seller who urges so"rae sub stitute is thinking of the larger profit he'll make and not of your best iiood. 'MY WIFE'S PEOPLE COMING." "We have had a splendid winter" in Western Canada. Canada's inrush this year is wonder fully great and considerably ahead of any previous year. It is always inter esting to those who contemplate mov ing to read expressions of opinion from those living in the country, it is therefore our pleasure to reproduce the following, written to- an Agent of the Government and forwarded to the Immigration Branch of the Depart ment of the Interior at Ottawa: Birch Hills, Sask., Canada, Feb. 1, '05. Dear Sir:—I take pleasure in drop ping you a few lines to let you know how wo are getting along up here and how we like the place. We have been here close on to a year now and think the place is fine. We have been out every day this winter working in the bush getting out logs for buildings, etc., getting rails for fencing. We have not suffered with the cold as much as we did in Chicago. My lit tle boys are out every day with their sleighs having a good time. The low est the temperature has been this winter is 34 below, and it is very still, no wind. We had a splendid summer. We put up about 50 tons of hay and will have about 30 tons to sell. Hay brings $8 per ton now and will be higher in the spring. We have 20 acres broke and ready for crop. We worked on the Can. Nor. Ry. for awhile this summer and am just 3 miles from the R. R. and town site. The steel is all laid to within 2 miles of the river and we often see the train bringing supplies for the Bridge. My wife's people are coming up about May. I wish you would write them and if there should be any one coming to Prince Albert that could do with a half a car let them know. The homesteads are all taken up within 12 miles of us. I often think if this land were only- in the States what a rush there would be. It is the rich est land and most productive I ever saw, and the climate is O. K. I know that people back there that I write to do not believe me when I write them what a splendid winter we are having. They think we are all frozen up. We have only about 8 inches of snow, and there are cattle on the range that have not been rounded up this winter. Day after day the Ther. raises up to 50 and 60, and I don't believe we have had a day this winter that it stayed at zero. My wife says that we used to think that zero was cold in Chicago. But we don't mind it one bit. Christmas night we went out arid drove 5 miles with our 3 little boys, It was 20 be low, and there was not a whimper from any one of them I'd hate to do it in old1 Chicago. Well, I guess I will close, and you can tell any one in the U. S. that they cannot do better than come to the Prince Albert District. I remain, .. Tours truly, (Signed) "*\'i J. D. Head. VJFTirX BODY or PAUL JONES FOUND REMARKABLE SEARCH OF AM BASSADOR PORTER CROWNED WITH SUCCESS. IDENTITY IS ESTABLISHED FRENCH MAKE MEDICAL EXPERTS A THOROUGH EX AMINATION. REMAINS WILL BE PRESERVED HERO'S BODY WILL BE HELD AWAITING ACTION OF UNI TE.D STATES. Paris, April 16. The remarkable search which Ambassador Porter has conducted for the body of John Paul Jones has been crowned with success by the discovery of the body and of its identification yesterday by the highest French medical experts as un questionably that of the famous Revo lutionary admiral who founded the American navy Ambassador Porter cabled to Washington last night, an nouncing the successful result of his long and difficult search. The body is in a good state of preservation con sidering that the interment took place over 100 years ago. The circumstances leading to the final discovery of the body are partic ularly interesting. Gen. Porter has conducted the search for the last five years,- and when congress recently took no action upon the president's recommendation that provision be made for the expenses incident to the search, the ambassador continued the extensive labors at his own expense. Like Subterranean Mining. A large force of -Workmen has been engaged night and day tunneling and cross-tunneling the old St. Louis cem etery. This constituted a huge opera tion, embracing nearly a block cov ered with buildings and requiring a system of subterranean mining. Hundreds of wooden caskets were found on Wednesday. Four leaden caskets were unearthed which gave promise of containing the body of the admiral. Three of tliem bore plates designating the names of the de ceased. The fourth showed superior solidity of workmanship. No plate was found on this casket and it is supposed it was removed when an other coffin was superimposed on it. The leaden coffin was opened in the presence of Gen. Porter, Col. Baily Blanchard, the second secretary of the American embassy, and Engineer Weis, who had been directing the ex cavation. Resemblance to Busts. The body was found to be well pre served owing to its being immersed in alcohol. It was wrapped in a sheet, with a packing of straw and hay. Those present were immediately struck by the resemblance of the head to that on the medallions and busts of the admiral. As was anticipated, no uniform, decoration or sword were found, as all such articles had. been ac counted for after burial. The coffin was taken to the medical school, where Doctors Capitan and Papillaut, distinguished professors of the school of anthropology and recog nized authorities on such investiga tions, were charged with maMng a thorough examination for the purpose of identification. To facilitate this the ambassador furnished them with the portraits and medallions, two busts by Houdil and authentic descriptions of the color of the admiral's hair and the height and measurement of his body. Identification Is Complete. The doctors had no difficulty in es tablishing beyond doubt the identity of the body as that of John Paul Jones. Care has been taken to keep the body in its present state of preserva tion. It will be placed ih a handsome casket and deposited in the receiving vault of the American church on the Avenue de L/Alma, until the ambas sador can learn learn the opinion of the government concerning the most appropriate means of transporting it to the United States and giving a fit ting sepulchre to the body of the il lustrious sailor whose place of burial had so long been unknown. JEFFERSON RESTING EASILY. wll Ws li A I Aged Hopes Now Entertained for Actor's Recovery. Jacksonville, Fla., April 16.—Infor mation from West Palm Beach is to the effect that Joseph Jefferson is resting easily. He is somewhat im proved and hopes are now entertained for his recovery. MANY BUILDINGS BU-RNED. Business Portion of Maine Town Wiped Out by Fire. Springvale, Maine... April 16. A. loss estimated at more than $100,000 was caused by a fire which started early yesterday in the shoe factory of W. R. TJsher & Son here, and spread to a number of surrounding buildings. Assistance was summoned from Roch ester, N. H., and Portland. The fire was not gotten under control until af ter it had almost completely wiped out the business section of the town. Is jssrarjj: N a recent letter to The Peruna Medi cine Co., Miss Julia Marlowe,of New York City, writes the following: "I am glad to write my endorse meat of tbe great remedy, Peruna, as a nerve tonic. I do so most heartily."—Julia Marlowe. Nervousness is very common among women. This condition is due to anemic nerve centers. The nerve centers are the reservoirs of nervous vitality. These centers become blood less for want of proper nutrition. This is especially time in the spring1 Beason. Every spring a host of invalids are produced as the direct result of weak nerves. Numbered. Deacon Jones—The hairs of our head are all numbered, you know. Pewbury—So are the automobiles but then there's so much grease on them you can't read them half o£ the time.—Boston Transcript. The average married man can't un derstand how Carnegie managed to save so much money. THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND MISS JULIA MARLOWE Heartily Approves of Per una for the Nerves. Say Plainly to Your Grocer That you want LION COFFEE always, and he, being a square man, will not try to sell you any thing else. You may not care for our opinion, but What About tbe United Judgment of Millions of housekeepers who have used LION COFFEE for over a quarter of a century Is there any stronger proof of merit, than the Lion-head on every package. Save these Lion-heads for valuable premiums. SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE BEPT,rtE PLEASANT NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER. fy" it act* gentlr on the itmub, llrer a £t,neJr**ndI« ap)«Asa.nt lantire. TMs drink is m&a« from berh*, and prepared for nit eisilf It is called "Lane'K TeaM or LANE'S FAMILY MEDICINE All drairgiiitaorbym*il36 ct«. andSOoU. Bajltta S1*- I'anr'H PhdHIt Medicine more"tbe bowels earli lR.y 'n "rd«r to b« healthy thl« •ddrau, O. F. Woodward, Le Roj, M.Y. DP IN I A PiDMQ OULI VIKuiniH At\IYI0 BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER CURES catarrh of the stomach. Up mm ~P-- •«T *TMf OF ACTRESSES ?:s-m PRAISES PE-RU-NA. N s*.s\^v«\v- j'.Vvj'.v'l-,': iff This can be easily obviated by using Peruna. Peruna strikes at the root of the difficulty by correcting the diges tion. Digestion furnishes nutrition for the nerve centers. Properly digested food furnishes these reservoirs of life with vitality which leads to strong, steady nerves and thus nourishes life. Peruna is in great favor among women, especially those who have .voca tions that are trying to the nerves. Buy a bottle of Peruna to-day. If you do not receive ail the benefits from Peruna that you expected, write to Dr. S. B. Hartman Colum bus, Ohio. Confidence of the People and ever increasing popularity? LION COFFEE Is carelully se lected at tbe plantation* shipped direct to our various factories* where it is sWilfully roasted and carefully packed in sealed pack ages—unlike loose coffee, which is exposed to germs, dust, in sects, etc. LION COFFEE reaches you as pure and clean as when It left the factory. Sold only in 1 lb. packages. WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio. from 85 per acre upwards, with bulldlnga,fruit*, timber, water, etc. best climate in tbe U. 8. good marlteu, great variety of crops, vegetable*! and traits noted for bealthfulness future prospects bright. Address PYLE & CO., Succeaaors to i'rle & DeHavcn, Keal Imitate Agents. Petersburg, V» Thompson's Eye Water To Be Exact. "He seldom stays at home he goes to the club a good deal." "You don't put It exactly right. He stays at the club a good deal he sel dom goes home."—Chicago Journal. "Dr Rondout, t9 pounds.' PATENTS. List of Patents Issued Last Week to Northwestern Inventors. Reported by Ixthrop & Johnson, pat ent lawyers, 911-912 Pioneer Press building, St. Paul, Minn.: August An derson, Moorh.ead, Minn., theater appli ance Wallace Dow, Sioux Falls, S. D., machine for molding concrete building blocks Emil Haack, Howard, S. D., corn picker and husker George Koe nig, Le Sueur, Minn., machine for loading manure William Marchand, Rolla, N. D., wall construction Jo seph Polskl, Duluth, Minn., box Will iam Sykes, Minneapolis, Minn., fire extinguisher: William Weber, Wes sington Springs, S. D., wagon spring. A girl can always wring her hands when she can't get any fellow to do it for her. Jent'^Tree °u PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Color more goods brighter and faster colors than any other dye. One 10c package colors silk, wool and cotton equally well and ts guaranteed to ghfenerteetrewiHs, Ask dealer or we will tend post paid at 10c a package. Write lor free booklet—How to Dye, Bleach and Mix Colors. MONHOE JOBUO CO., VniouvUls, Wiirnrl $100 Weekly Easily Made wrl ting health and accident lnsturance experleuee an necessary .Write B&nkers'Accident Oo.,])bsKoines,la. S N -NO. 16— 1905 Something Doing Right Away. "Oh, dear," said Mrs. Spider to Mr.1. Spider, looking down from her web oat the shelf of the dry goods store. "I am afraid that we have got to move." "What's the trouble now, dear?" ask ed Mr. Spider in surprise. "We have lived with this kind storekeeper for many months." "Yes, dear, I know we have." said Mrs. Spider, with a sigh. "But lie has begun to advertise." UTAH® MINES Great are Utah mines. Greater still are they becoming. The start in developing1 them has only begun. We predict that the production for 1905 will exceed all past years. Copper, silver, leadt goM and zinc occur in abundance In undeveloped sections. Tour chances to invest were never better than to-day. Copper is worth ISc per pound. Utah in 1904 produced more copper than any other st'ate Uv the Union. Think of it! More copper than the entire state Michigan, with' Its great Calumet and Hecla mines, whose shares to-day sell for $675 each. If. you had purchased 1,000 shares of this Block a few years ago at 50c per share, you would be worth to-day 1,350 times what It cost you, or $675,000, and many, more thousands paid In dividends. 'Where can you honestly make so much money by toil or business with so small an investment? The great mining industry is the most honorable Investment on earth, paying large returns. .V. ADVICE. 1 1 Buy our hlph class stock now iu»di»lant your faith with us. We want to sell 126, 000 shares of our treasury stock at only 10 cents per share. We want to use the money to buy ma chinery and pay miners' wages lor ex tracting the ores from our cittfmp, and thereby get our property on a dtedttand puylng basis. We are incorporated under the state laws of Utah for 500.000 shares (225,000 shares of which are in the treas ury), capitalized at $200,000. We own five full mining claims in the Erickson Min ing District. Tooele County. Utah. Every claim has copper, silver, lead, and gold ores cropping out on It at grass roots. What better showing can you ask for? This offer at 10 cent's per share te lim ited. When these 26.000 Hliares are sold there will be no more to be had at that price. The next lot of stock will be sold at 20 cents per share or double what you can get it' for now and thereafter rapidly advanced to $1.00 per share. WE ADVISE YOU HflW of this increase in price and urge you to secure all you can before it takes place. This Is your greatest and best chance. WHAT YOUR MONEY ML DO 80 shades. T, $ 6.00 will buy 10.00 will buy 50.00 will buy ROO shntres. 100.00 will buy 1000 shareB. 600.00 will buy G000 shares. No shares 100 shares. as order recolved for less than 6® or more tlian 5,000, because we want the first lot of stock scattered as much as possible to aid the sales later on. The officers of this company ane all honorable and responsible Gentile cMteens of Salt Lake City. They are business men and therefore could not afford to go into anything but a-bona fide proposition. Their names are: A. O. JACOBSON, President. Mir* Ing Engineer. C. B. HAWLEY, Vice President. General Manager Utah Electric Co. SAMPSON KELLY, Secretary. torney-at-Law. The stoeH will be sent you immediately upon receipt of .order, by registered mail. The small number of 2S.000 shares wifl go fast. Make your idle money uaefii) be fore It's too late. Send remittances pay able to the Company only. Correspondence solicited. Write us to-day. Iowa Mining Ex ploration Co. -MM ROBT. D. McCEERY, Manager an"*""* Treasurer. Mining Engineer. fy by writing to any bank or banks in-' Wo ask you to further satisfy your writing to any bank or banks Lake City regarding us. self Salt 163 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. EXCURSIONS TO THE Free Grant Lands OF Western Canada. During the months of March and April, there will be excursions on the various lines «f rail way to the Canadian West. Hundreds of thousands of aores of ttae .best Wheat and Grazing Lands on the Ooatiiient free to the settler. Adjoining lands may he purchased tram call way and lund companies at reasonable prices. For information as to route, cost of transpor tation etc., apply to Superintendent of Immi gration, Ottawa, Canada, or to auUMriaedj(Jai. adian Government Agent—J. M. HaeLawlflMi, Box IIS, Watertown, South Dakota. THE FISH BRAND SUCKER A VALUED FRIEND "A good many yean ago I bought a FISH BRAND Slicker, and it has proven a valued friend for many a stormy day, but now it 1* getting old and I must have another. Please send me a price-Sat.** (The name of thin worth? 6octor, obIlged.toJe«iit (&«ll •ort* of weather, will be given oa •ppHoatkiL) HMEST AWARD WORLDS Fife, raw. A. J. TOWER CO. Boston, U.S.A. Av""1* TOWER CANADIAN COMPANY, Limited Toronto, Canada Wet Weather Clothing, Suits, and Hfctsior •U kinds of W£t work or spost SAL-II-SYC TONIC For fh« Blood, Li and Kfdntyo. Cures Rheumatism, Backache, Indigestion and all Blood Troubles, GUARANTEED. Eaoh paokage makes one pint. 25o Prepaid. Stamps. J. W. MQW'g A F.ttrt '•-T.Mfoit. m- li®5 Ohio. When Answering Advertisement*, Kindly Mention This Paper.