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TRC GRAND JURY. THC rCOTLC, HUB
I'sed by Hundreds o! Thousands ia Spriog
os a DlcoJ Medicine
Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerro
remedy is indeed "The World 8 Great
Spring Medicine." It haa coine to ba
recognized by almost everybody as tha
best possible spring medicine to take,
and hundreds of thousands of our
pooplo use it during tho trying spring
months, to tone up anew the relaxed
nerves and ro-invigorate and enrich
, the blood.
A spring medicine is a necessity if
ono wishes ta keep in perfect hoilth
and vigor during the changes from
winter to summer. Thi3 grand spring
tonic, this perfect spr.ng medicine. Dr.
Greene's Nervura b:ood and nerve
remedy, la exactly what the system
needs at this season. It not only
purifica, but makes rich, red blcod; it
net only strengthens and invigorates
the nervous system, but re-energls
and revitalizes the nerves by fetdlag
them with renewed nerve force and
power. It is not only an aid to diges
tion, but it creates a regular, natural
and healthy action of tho bowels, liver,
kidneys, which In the spring are al
ways sluggish and inactive.
In fact, It is Just what people need
to make them well and keep them wtll
dxinng these months, so threatemiag
to the health of all, and wia it is
considered that Dr. Greene's Nervura
blood and nerve reaiedy is made en
tirely from pure, health-giving vega
table remedies, and that people give
it more testimonials of cure than any
other remedy en earth, no one can
doubt that it is the very best spring
remedy for everybody to use.
Mr. Gustave Lelbach, of 337 First
St., Jersey City, N. J., says:
"I was troubled with sick headaches,
and could not sleep on account of the
paln3 in my head. I was suffering
night and day with dyspepsia, could
not cat anything, my stomach would
sour so. I had to starve myself to have
any ease. I had to give up work at
last, was so nervous and miserable,
and I was falling away in flesh so that
my friends hardly knew me. I triad
several remedies, but without avail.
At last someone recommended Dr.
Greene's Nervura blcod and nerve rem
edy. I tried one bottle and began to
improve. I started in to eat all right;
then I picked np my health; my head
aches disappeared, and my weakness
and sour stomach went away. I used
three bottles and cou.d sleep all night
with ease; I used six bottles and felt
like a new man. I can now do a hard
day's work without any trouble, and I
am as happy as a bird in spring. I waa
so miserable, always suffering, always
in pain, but now I am like a new man."
Use Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and
nerve remedy this spring, for it Is the
discovery and prescription of a well
known physician, Dr. Greene, of 33
W. 14th St. New York City, who is
responsible for its beneficial action,
and who can be consulted free of
charge, personally or by letter.
In looking about for an opening bo
careful not to run into a volcano.
Most of life's shadows result from
standing in our own light.
8100 Reward SIOO.
The readers of this paper will bo pleased to
!earn that there Is nt loast ono dreaded disease
that Kcionce hut been ablo to euro in all its
uteres, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is tho only positive euro now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh bolng o constitu
tional disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. llall'H Catarrh Curo is taken internally,
acting dipKHly upon tho blood and mucous Bur
faces of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of thodisca.w.and giving the patient
strength by building up tho constitution and
assisting nature in doing its work. The pro
prietors have bo much fakh In it curative
powers that they offer OnoJlundred Dollars for
any easo that lt'fulls to euro. Send for list of
Address 1 J. CIIEVKY & CO., Toledo, a
Sold by dnitrsists 7."c.
Hall's Furaily Tills aro tho best.
Wise is the girl who fears a man more
than she does a mouse.
Homo women would dye rather than
wear a wig.
A Remedy for the Urlppe.
Thysicians recommend KEMP'S
HALS AM for patient alllicted with the
grippe, as it is especially adapted for
the throat and lungs. Don't wait for the
first symptoms, but get a bottle today
and Keep it on hand for use the mo
ment it is needed. If neglected, the
grippe brings on pneumonia. KUMT'S
I1ALHAM prevents this by keeping the
congh loose and the lungs free from in
flammation All druggists, 23e and 50e.
A bulldog bites first and barks after
ward. It's a Short Road
from a cough to consumption.
Don't neglect a cough take
-when your cold appears. The
' ounce of prevention " is
better than years of illness. .
"I suffered for rars from couth, bronchial
and lung trouble. Katad blood frequently.
Spent yeas in the Dakota and other pant cf
rest but cot reJief. Returned eact and
awjran takiag SrBi.oM. A few bottlea com
pletely curt roe. 1 consider it the greatest ef
IfRVRV -ft DRTCI1F.R,
With F. L. Urop Co., .Beokers, Buffalo, N. Y.
fihlloh's Consumption dr4tlssold by all
rncKlta at XSo, 60e, ftl.O 1 Vottle. A
frlnttd sjoaraniee xrlXi vv !
r reu r not aftilnlied ro to ."or dru.XgUi
anil ( your money back.
Writs for Illustrated book on eonttrniptMa. Sent
rftSwul cost to yea. S. C. Welis & to , Ia Koy, n. .
The house remowd all possibility fjf
an extra session on the 1st by con
curring in tho senate amendments to
the array Appropriation bill. The vote
stood 159-134. It was a strict party
vote with the exception of Mr. McCull,
of Massachusetts, Mr. Loud (Cal.), Dr.
Driseoil (N Y.), Mr. Mann (III.), who
voted with the Democrats. Mr. Cooper
(Wis.) answered present and was not
paired. The bill now goes to tho Presi
dent. Tho liouso was brought to a
vote by a special 'order prepared by the
committee on rules, which permitted
an hour's debate ou a side. The Demo
crats attempted to filibuster but were
overwhelmed. The debate was not
especially noteworthy. The Philippine
and Cuban amendments were defended
by the llepubiicans und assailed by the
The first Sunday session of the 50th
congress was held by the senate on the
3J. It will not appear in tho Congres
sional liecord as a session of Sunday,
as that body was working under tho
legislative day of Saturday and con
tinued so to work until the session
was declared adjourned at noon on the
4th. The house, .which was still in
the legislative day of Friday, was in
session from 2 to 0 on the afternoon of
the 3d and in the evening from 3 o'clock
it worked on into tho niglit to dispose
of tho conference reports which
crowded in upon it.
Senor Capote, president of tho Cubnn
constitutional convention, called on
tJov.-(ien. Wood on the 1st and in
formed him that the convention felt
itself in an embarrassing position, ow
ing to the vote in tho U. S. senate. lie
said tho delegates had not decided
whether to continue tho sessions or to
dissolve. Gen. Wood advised him to
urge the convention not to take any
rash action, but to complete its work
as originally outlined, drawing up the
The senate in executive session on
the night of the 2Gth confirmed all the
naval nominations for promotion sent
in except those of Admirals Sampson
Tho general deficiency, the legisla
tive, executive and judicial and the In
dian appropriation bills have been ap
proved by the President.
Grout's oleomargarino bill is con
sidered a dead duck in the senate.
Tho sundry civil bill passed the
house at 1:15 a. m., March
It is reported that De Wet is -demented.
BRIEF NEWS PARAGRAPHS.
Wm. M. Krarts, famous lawyer and
political leader, of New York, is dead,
aged si. Pneumonia.
Arrangements are being made to
open Welland canal Monday, April 22,
several days earlier than last year.
Ihnperor William had a narrow es
cape from serious injury on the 28th.
His carriage was struck by an electric
streetcar, but fortunately he escaped
with slight bruises.
The American preparations for de
parture aro going actively forward at
I'ekin. All supplies, except enough
for two companies, have been packed
and marked for Manila.
John Knox, a white man, was
lynched at Scranton, Miss., on the
night of the 2Gth for the murder of
Don Davis. The mob was made up of
about 100 men. They were fully armed.
Mrs. Maggie Deithorne, aged 20, of
Pittsburg, Pa., ..while suffering from
temporary insanity on the 20th, threw
her two chlldred into the Monongahela
river. Ono child was rescued. The
mother says tho act was an inspira
tion from heaven.
England's third supplementary esti
mate of 3,000,000 for tho expenses of
the war was issued on the 28th. Tran
sport and purchase of remounts swal
low up 2,000,000, and provisions and
forage cost 1,000,00 ). This brings the
total voted for the financial year up to
Two dead, three badly hurt and a
passenger train burned is the result of
a head-on collision between passenger
train No. 10, south bound, and a local
freight on tho Pittsburg, Virginia &
Charleston railroad at Coal Valley, five
miles from Mclveesport, Pa., on the
evening of tho 2Sth.
PW York i'ttt.llo Sheep Lambs Hogs,
rtest grade.... M Ss0ffc5 35 f 7 W I i "0
Lower grudos-.S 3toj 0J 3 50 o 00 6 7b
IV.'jt gnules S 000 01 4 75 5 & 5 45
Lower grades.. 4 OOil 70 3 U0 4 tJ 5 2o
Best Krudes....3 KOr4 3-) 4 CP 6 25 5 40
Lower prude.. 2 7.Vt3 T5 3 t 4 75 4 75
Dost unities 4 04 5 4 U0 5 70 5 B0
Lower Krudes..a 0'i3 2: 4 30 5 0.) 5
Host grades 4 '(Tcf 15 4 11 ft IV) 5 TO
Lower prudes. . I txxd 3i 3 85 4 75 5 25
Hostgrud'" ft 0'(Tf5 50 4 75 ft 50 ft 70
Lower grades..! OK? ! 6 4 ,5 5 'li 5 4J
Wheat Corn Oas
No. 2 rod No. 2 mix No. 2 white
A'ewYork 7-c7H'v4 4Tf4i ' C(Xt
Ciileatro ' 75'(75'4 4 lift II J aVt.'M.'HJ
Detroit li8I.U t.a
Toledo 7SH7MVJ 4lTf 4 1 i'8rr2H
?lnin11 W't.W 43S.W a4iS8
I'iiuitorjr v??4P 4W."4 aifcai
lliil7lo WV.i 4IMII4 W.3J
Detroit-Hoy. N'. 1 Timothy. 12 M per ton.
Potatoes, Sc per bu. Live Poultry, spring
chickens, per ff; fowls, 8e; turkeys, flc;
ilueUs, I ti Kk",'s. strictly fresh, 17c per dozen,
ibitter, bet dairy, 17c per ft; ercumery, 2.e.
An explosion occurred nt Mine No. .1,
ono mile northeast of South McAllister.
I. T., on th 28th. It is supposed that
the pit wa overcharged with gas.
According to Secrf.ary (2age there
were exported to .South Africa, between
October ISA md January 31, 1001,
Hot-be?, mules und other supplies to tho
extent of 520,rM.r,0'.i:.N
There, is a project? on foot, which
Kmperor William has expressed him
ielf as bein in favor of. to hut.tU an
electric railway service of great poed,
iO replace the present Meam M'Mms
Hospitals in our great cities are sad places to visit.
Three-fourths of tho patients lying on those snow-white
beds aro women and girls.
Why should this bo the case ?
Because they havo neglected themselves.
Every ono of theso patients in the hospital heds had plenty
of warning in that bearing-down feeling, nain at the left or
right of tho womb, nervous exhaustion, rjain in the small of
' tho back. All of these things are indications of an unhealthy
condition of the ovaries or womb.
What a terrifying thought ! these poor souls aro lying
there on those hospital beds awaiting a fearful operation.
Do not drag along at home or in your place of employ
ment until you are obliged to go to the hospital and submit to
an examination and possible operation. Build up the female
system, cure tho derangements which have signified them
selves by danger signals, and remember that Lydia E.
Piiikham's Vegetable Compound has saved thousands
of women from the hospital. Head the letter hero published
with the full consent of the writer, and see how she escaped
the knife by a faithful reliance on Mrs. Pinkham's advice
and tho consistent treatment of her medicines.
Mrs. Knapp tells of her Great Gratitude.
' Dear Mrs. Pinkiiam : I havo received much benefit from using your
Vegetable Compound and Sanative Wash. After my child was born, blood
8 mV.mknapp 1
kinnio Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis.
Even in tho darkest hour of earthly
III woman's fond affection glows.
The orator who deals largely in
quotations speaks volumes.
Lane's Family Medicine
Moves the bowels each day. In order
to bo healthy this is necessary. Acts
gently oh the liver and kidneys. Cures
sick headache. Prices 25 and 50c
Keep a quiet place in your heart for
restful thoughts of God.
Piime is to notoriety what the real
turtle is to the mock.
The prominenco achieved by Garfield
Tea as a blood purifier has not been
equaled by another remedy; an im
provement in tho complexion can bo
seen after a few days' use.
Many a man praises virtue who never
thinks of practicing it
For frost-bite, chilblains, soro and
lame Joints, stiitness of muscle:, try
Wizard Oil. It won't disappoint you.
Eleven Indian languuges are still
spoken in Mexico.
All goods nre alike to PUTNAM
FADELESS DYES, as they color all
fibers at one boiling.
Kcypt exported last year 6"KX) tons of sugar,
5!S,3u) tons of which went to America.
FITS Permanently Curwl. Tfofltorn-rTonmeartA
riryt ilny'H ue of Ii Kline' tlrt-at Nerve hextoter.
fiend for FItl'13 (S'MM) trial Imttlo and treMlxe.
Da. K. 11. kU.UK. LUi., v.u An-U tit.. 1 hllaaoli nla, I'm,
A woman's beauty Is never considered a Rood
recommendation by another woman.
TTr. Wlnalow Poottiln ymp.
FnreMldren teething, soften the Rms, reduce frr
fUuioiation, aliai Dam. cores wind colic 25o a bottle.
Powdered charcoal. If laid thickly on a buru,
almost instantly ullays the oaln.
I Ho not lclievc.VIso' Cure for OonMimptlon
banun equal for roughs and ro'd.Joi!M 1'.
IkJTER, Trinity Spring, IiwL, Feb. 15, 1UM
Th antiquarian ha no uhc for anything until
tine kaa rendered It useless
The rrent public school of tbo Inrirfl riMo
use t.'urter'H ink exclusively. It In the best and
costs no more tuan the poorest. (Jet it.
Til laourl Is now claimed to bo the longer
by 2M nilies than the Mississippi.
Pomo article must bo described. White's
Yucatan noeds no description; it'n tho real
Felf-lmportnnco mnkn a irrrnf man atoop
iM n little man bond over backward.
poison set in, which left me with granulated In
flammation of the womb and congested ovaries.
I had suffered from suppressed and painful
menstruation from a girl. Tho doctors told me
the ovaries would havo to bo removed. I took
treatment two years to escape an operation,
but still remained in miserable health in both
body and mind, expecting to part with my
reason with each coming month. After using
one bottle of the Compound, I became entirely
rid of the trouble in my head, I continued to
use your remedies until cured.
" Tho last nine months have been passed In
perfect good health. This. I know, I owo en
tirely to Lydln E. Plnklmm'a Vege
table C Dm pound.
"My gratitude is great indeeC to the one to
whom so many women owo their health and
happiness." Mits. F. M. KifArr. 1328 Kinnic-
Owing to the fact that some ikrj.tical
people have from time to time questioned
thegenuincnettcf the fttimo'uiil letters
we are constantly publishing, we have
deposited with the National City liank. of Lynn, Mass., $5,000,
which will be paid to any person who will show that the above
testimonial is not genuine, or was published before obtaining the
writer's special permission. Lydia , 1'inkham Mbdiunb Co
A single lenf cf tho ornnro tree, carefully
planted, will often take root und grow.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxativr liitowo Quinine Tablets. All
drurKlsts refund the money If It falls to cure.
1. W. Uiovc's signature Is on the box. 5c
Conoolt is Relf-declet.
Little Liver Pills.
IY!ust Dear Signature of
e Facsimile Wrapper Below.
Tory bui all and as easy
to tako as 6U&r.
FCR TORPID LIVER.
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
FOR THE COMPLEXION
, , UBKUINIl MUST RAVI (USMATUKC.
ss c.hti Purely Vctatle.few?55eS
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
Cures all Thront and I.uni Affections.
Get the preuuiue. Re fuse substitute.
5 c! v nt Urn Oil cure kiieumatiam. 13 c ug CtA
rj fnthnrt, y.iiibvr;nirgws. Ks
14 LlMJ 'hihk All tUt fA:LC fel
t. SMt t-outll yrui. 'J'MU! Uood. CsO 9:1
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Complete External and
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n f I m d T f I
Consisting: of CUTICURA SOAP to cieaiise the
skin of crusts and scales, and soften the thick
ened cuticle, CUTICURA OINTMENT to instantly
allay itching:, irritation, and inflammation, and
soothe and heal, and CUTICURA RESOltENT
to cool and cleanse the blood, and expel humor
germs. A SINGLE SET is often sufficient to cure
the most torturing:, disfiguring: skinscafcand
blood humors, rashes, itching?, and irritations
with loss of hair, when the best physicians,
and all other remedies faiL
WONDERFUL CURE OF PSORIASIS,
AS a sufferer for thirty years from the worst form 61 Psork
, asis, finally cured by Cuticura Soap and Cuticura.
Ointment, I wish to tell you my experience, that others
may benefit by it. I was so grievously afflicted that the
matter that exuded from my pores after the scales had peeled
off, would cause my underclothing" to actually gum to my
body. After remaining in one position, sitting or lying
down, for an hour or two, the flesh on my elbows and knees
would split, so thick and hard would the crusty scales become.
The humiliation Inexperienced, to say nothing of physical
agony, was something frightful. The detached scales would
fairly rain from my coat sleeves. I have read none of 'your
testimonials that appear to represent a case so bad as mine
But as to the cure. I commenced bathing In hot Cuti
cura Soap suds night and morning, applied the Cuticura
Ointment, and then wrapped myself in a sheet. In two
weeks my skin was almost blood red in color, but smooth
and without scales. Patches of natural colored skin began,
to appear, and in less than a month I was cured. I am novr
passed forty years of age and have skin as soft and smooth,
as a baby's. Hoping that others may benefit by my experi
ence, and regretting that sensitiveness forbids me from dis
closing my name, I am yours gratefully,
J. H. M., Boston, Mass Sept. 30, 1900.
Millions of People Use Cuticura Soap
Asslated by Cotlo.nra OlDtment, tho fjrent eUri enro, for preferring, purlfvhijr, &
beautifying the ekln. for cleansing tho erolp ot rrusta. acHlcs, ami dandruff, arm the atop,
pin of falling hair, for softening, wuiteulng, and healing red, rough, and sore hands, for
baby rfislien, itchingfl, and chaflnga, and for all the purpoaca of tho toilet, bath, awj
nursery. Millions of women use Ctmcim.i Soap in tho form of baths for annoying lrrlta
tioiifl, Inflammations, and excoriations, or too lieo or offensive perspiration, In tho form or
watthes for ulcerative weaknesses, and for many sanative antiseptic purposes whU-.h readily
tnggpot themselves to women, and especially mothers, Cuticuha Moap combines deli,
cnte emollient properties derived from Cuticuha, tho grenteklo cure, with tho purest ot
cleansing Ingredients, and the most refreshing of flower odors. No amount of persuasion,
can Induce those who bare once used these great- skin purifiers and beautiflcrs to use any
others, especially for preserving and purifying the skin, scalp, andiialr of Infants ana
children. No other medicated soap Is to be compared with it for preserving, purifying, and
beautifying tho skin, scalp, hair, and hand. No other foreign or tomc.tl& toxlti soap,
however expensive, Is to be compared with It for all tho purposes of the toilet, bath, ana
nursery. Thus it combines In Osb Soap at One Pku-k, tho bkrt akin and complexion
oap. and the iucst toilet aud baby soap ia tho world. Sold by all druggtsts.
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vRwr W I quick relief and 'nre worst
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