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Gr«itte«t On® the C'nwn.trr H»» FTB* Knowu »nlil to Have Organised. t'HIL A:!0, MAY S.—A SPECIAL from Miuue.ito Th T:me*-H'nild say1?' K. M. Hubbard, the ^xi»-utiv- front of the linseed o.l trust, has succeeded with the aid of the PilUburys, per fecting the orKani/.utxn i the greatest milltrs combmt1 evtr pot together ir. this country The purpose 15 to ad vance the price flour from the pres ent low quotations, to seenro sutisfac factory rail and water transportation rates and to compel every* j*iug wheal grinder in the country to becotiia part 01 the pool There are oOO epr:iis wheat ui.l.ers in the Uinted t«tate» More than lOu have joined the new pool, which had its inception last fall reached a head last February and is w a ltona Fide Organization. The pool has leen incorporated. Its name is the North American Mill ing company. It 13 commonly known here, in St. Paul, at Duluth and 111 touthi rn Minnesota as the American Mill company. It is the successor oJ" the Southern Millers' association, of which Hubbard was the leading spirit Representatives of the trust here claim to represent 110 nulls, having a daily capacity of 1()5. UJ barrels The wlio.a aim of the organization is to protect the Mouring interests of Minneapolis, which are now threatened by competi tion. LLEN AND AKMS LANDED. Second Bermuda Expedition R«»chei Cubit in fcafetr. NEW YORK, May A dispatch to The World from Havana via Key West, Fla says: There is tremendous excitement throughout Cuba over the rumor that the Bermuda has lauded her men and arms on the northern coast, somewhere east cf Cardenas. It is said that while the cruiser Bena Mercedes was waiting fcr an insur gent expedition at Hole-in-the-Wall, between Nassau and Abaco, the Ber muda took the outside course and es caped. She was pursued by a Spanish gunboat, but was Too Fast to Be Caught. The Spanish commanders seem to real ize the danger of having to face ma chine guns handled by trained Ameri can artillerymen. The captain general is beginning to appreciate the fact that his vaunted trocha is bringing his military reputa tion into ridicule. General Maceo kntws it and refuses to attack it for the simple reason that he desires to re main in Pinar del Rio and control the province. WON BY BEN BRUSH. Dwyor'i Colt Capture* the Rcolockf Uerbr by a Now. LOUISVILLE, Ky., May N.— Ben Brush won the Kentucky derby by a nose, Ben Eder second and Semper Ego third, eight lengths away, Taber rode & wretched race on Ben Eder and should have won the race. Although the majority of the bettors were down on Ben Brush, his victory was not a popular one, Taber on Ben Eder riding a very weak race and virtually throw ing it rway. The largest crowd since the great Molly McCarthy-Ten Broe.'k race was in attendance. ILLINOIS TREASURY EMPTY. Finplojre* Mast Walt fur Pay Fund* Can Be Secured. fntil SPKiNiiKiKi.n, Ills., May 8. —The state treasury has stopped jayments on war* rants presented to it, and the an nouncement is made that the state's employes will have to wait for their pay until funds can be collected to re plenish the empty vaults. The treas urer's books -howj balance on hand f&0o,(00. but thiWbalance is a fiction It is in the hands of various school tti cers and is represented in the treasury by their receipts, which were turned in by tiie county collectors as cash No Tobacco From Cuba. BALTIMORE, May —Dittmar & Voniff, importers and packers of leaf tobacco, have received a letter from their agent in Havana, dated April 8j which states that the prospect for a tobacco crop is growing smaller, as the days go by, as the insurgents are de stroying warehouses continuity Father Di*« of Broken Heart. WOOSTER, O., May 8—Lincoln Pan coast. father of W W Pancoast, found guilty of murder and sentenced to be hanged in North Dakota, died at hi« home north of this city. He died liter ally of a broken heart through worry oTer hi9 son's terrible di«graca. Mrs Pancoast is also very low cf th? tame trouble and cannot long survive Cli Burned to Death. APRII), May 8. At Alonzo, PROV INCE of Huelva, some miscreant set fire ||i the building ia which a dan*e was in progress. Six persons were burned to death and many were injured in coateuuence. Botteit Mty Keeord. ST. PAIL, May K—Wednesday was the hottest May on record at the gov ernment office here The thermometer registered 87 degs and was accom panied by a hot wind Congressman Clark Renominated. KEOKUK. Ia May -The conven tion cf the First district Republicans, held here, unanin:: usly renc minated Sam Clark for congress by a rising vote Ksapp At Constantinople. CONSTANTINOPLE May —-Rev. H. Knapp. the American missionary who was expelled frcm Bitlis by the Turkish authorities, has arrived here in good health Kew English Bine Book. Lovoox, May 8.-The Daily News reports that a second l.ue book on the Guiana boundary question will be jeady on Wednesday next, ,but will not |e published here until it has reached fj¥ashingto&. OUR RAILKOAD INTERESTS. Important Facts In the Report of the In terstate Commerce Comuiisalon. The forthcoming report of th« inter state commerce eomnnsnion will tshuw that Illinois has a gn\iter railway mile age than any other state 4:i the Union. The total mileage of the United States now reaches ITS,70S, which is an in crease of l',217 from the previous year, XG.02 miles to every 100 square miles of territory and 2B.86 miles per 10,000 in habitants. Illinois has a total of 10,4G0 miles, which is 5. percent of all the railway mileage in the country, 18.68 miles for every 100 square miles of territory and 25. !52 iniles for every 10,000 inhabitants. Pennsylvania stands second, with miles Texas third, with 0,204 then Kansas, 8,Ml Ohio, 8,540 Iowa, 8,477 New York, 8,071 Michigan, 7,Tit'. Missouri, 0,400 Indiana, 0,H20. Delaware, Rhodo Island, Vermont and Oklahoma have the smallest mile age. The highest percentage for territory is naturally found in the small states, and New Jersey leads with 2,801 miles vand Pennsylvania 2,128 miles. The highest mileage per 10,000 inhabitants is found in the Rocky mountain states, Montana, Nevada, Wyoming and Ari zona. It will be shown by the interstate commerce report that there ore in all 1,024 railways in this country, which are operated by 045 companies. Of the subsidiary roads 338 are leasejl at a fixed money rental and 188 at a contingent money rental There are 10 incorporated railways not in operation and 0 private roads not in operation. The number of roads abandoned during the year was 18, aggregating 18,005 miles. Thenum ber of roads merged, reorganized and cqpsolidatedvwa8 61, representing 6,676 miles. It is shown that there are 44 com panies operating more than 1,000 miles of road, 23 companies operating from 600 to 1,000 miles, 23 companies oper ating from 400 to 600, 42 companies operating from 250 to 400 miles and 007 companies operating less than 250 miles. The total number of locomotives in use is 35,402, being an increase of 704 over the previous year. The total num ber of cars in service is 1,278,078. This, however, does not include private cars of companies or private firms fur nishing their own equipments. The business of furnishing rolling stock to railroads or to shippers is increasing rapidly, but it is impossible for the in terstate commerce commission to obtain official information concerning them. There was a large falling off in railway equipment during the last year, which is, of course, due to the financial de pression and the economy which was in troduced in all corporations.—Washing ton Cor. Chicago Record. QUEEN OF HEAmra From dainty feet to parted hair My lady is a sunbeam snarf. And all the flowers 1M k at hor And tliiiik she is a fairer flower, Such laughing lieauty is her dower, Such love dreams in her brown eyes stir. In midair- jwii^-d to hear her Mind, The skylark hovers (juiverinR, And all the leaves that i-hift and sigh Beom whimpering of her loveliness. While t-iftest wiud.-t her curls -areas And kiw her mouth as oft as I. All men and women as we meet Are glad and swift to serve my sweet, And others crushed in crowded marts, Sunk low in sin and mi-*-ry, Bur lily hand* lift tcndurly— And those, too, call her "Queen Hearts." —Vanity. A GREAT WOLF DOG. Some Fine Points Which Developed When He Was Pat to the Teat. A reporter was talking to an old hunt er who had lived many years in the west and other regions where hunting was part of a man's daily living, and the conversation turned on dogs after it had run to considerable length in oth er directions. "Iremember,"saidthe old mau, with a little, low, soft, reminiscent snicker, "of a wolf dog that my boy Jim got off of a feller that you might call a tramp these times. Jim had an idea he knowed everything about dogs that was to be knowed, and when this tramp feller come along with a wiry, mean lookin dog and wanted to trade him fer a pint of whisky Jim 'lowed he was a power ful wolf dog, and the tramp feller said thar wasn't a better one in the country, fer he was bred fer wolves pertikler, so Jim ups and swaps a pint of liquor fer the dog, and the tramp feller gits along his journey, and Jim gc»es to slickin the dog and gittin him ready fer a wolf that he knowed was chasin his hogs up iu the mountain. "One mornin bright and early Jim set out with the dog to give the wolf a run, and about two hours afterward, the dog had the wolf go in lickety split. The wolf tuck round the p'int of the hill with the dog after him, and Jim 'lowed he could cut across the top and git in ahead of 'em in good time to s^e the dog chaw up the wolf, fer be prided himself on that dog and had been tellin the whole neighborhood what a fine dog be had picked up. "Courns Jim knoiwed dogs, and he knowed that dog ol his'n would chaw the wolf up in no time, and he went over the hill chucklin. When he got to where be thought the dog and wolf ought to pass, there wasn't a sign, and Jim sot down to wait. It wasn't long till a feller come along, and Jim hailed him. 'Say,' says Jim, 'jou see anything Of a dog chasin a wolf anywheres the Way you come?' 'Sorter yaller brindledog?' says the feller. 'Same,' says Jim, mightily tickled. 'Had he kotch up with him?' 'Kotch up with him?' says the fel ler. 'Well, I sh'd say he had. He WM 900 yards ahead, and the wolf was run nin the tail offen hint. Wus it your dog?' says the feller, but Jim's heart was broke, and none of us didn't care to say 'dog' to Jim fer better*u cik months."—Washington 8tar. THE WOMEN WILL STAY. Majority Report Signed bjr 51 weight .n the lal.ng of oat of the Committee. CLEVELAND. O.. May 8 —The four women delegates will retain their seats IU the Methodist general conference. This was practically decided at the meeting of the committee on eligibility. All but two of the 1 members of the committee were present at the meet ing. A long discussion was indulged in behind locked doors and at its con clusion the result was announced. Two reports will be submitted to the confer ence. The majority report, which will be signed by Vo members of the com mittee. including Dr. Buckley, editor of the New York Christian Advocate, will recommend that the women dele gates be permitted to occupy their seats and participate in the proceed ings 'and-that'the quest.eu cf admit* tin^ women to iuture conferences be referred to the annual confqrences for decision within the coming year. The minority report will ins st that the women are not "ligible to seats It is believed the major.ty report will b% adopted w.ih little opposition and that the uesti-11, will be disposed of so far a* the pr-st-nt conference -S concerned. s :.u,: New OING OUT. 4)::e*ti«a lhate of :ha Financial rreienteil. NI w YORK, May 8. A good deal of attenti 11 '.s 1 eing attracted in financial and foreign exchange c.rclei by the in crease of late in the amount of silver expoited as compared with last year. Sterling exchange is. of course, drawn against the silver, and for that purpose, therefore, it is just as efficacious in preventing gold export as wheat or cotton or any other commodity Last week the silver exported amounted in value to $y',"«i,883. From Jan. 1 this year up to the close of last week the Filver exported amounte I to $18,071, 350, as compared with r, 120,23S dur ing the same period last year. A Murderer Probably Killed. MIJTOT, N. D., May 8.—Sheriff J. & Allison of Glasgow, Mon., arrived in Minot and report? a desperate fight with Charles Sephick and Charles Nel son at Whita Earth district. Sephick is wanted at Glasgow for murder. He broke jail there a year go and Nelson assisted him. Ten mounted men left Mint in pursuit of Nelson and to re cover Sephick's body. Mgr. Ca mbertl Oe id. ROME. May b. —Mgr Louis Galim berti, the well known prelate and diplomat, formerly papal ambassador to Austria-Hungary, died at 1 20 p. He was born iu lb3S, acted as arbitra tor between Germany and Spa n iu the dispute regarding the right cf owner ihip to the Caroline islands, and tcok an importaut part in the negotiation- between Prussia and the holy see. which resulted in the abrogation of the noto rious May laws Violated the Iuter«tMt« Law. FORT WORTH Tex., May T*. Homer Judd of the Chicago and Fort,Worth Packing company, has been arrested here on th charue of violating the interstate commerce law. It is a.leged he hipped goods without tha full tmrveying a Logging Koad. CUMBERLAND, W S, Mav —Engi neers began the work of a preliminary survey for a railroad from Perley, a small station nine miles south of tMs city, running west to a large tract of pine owned by the Weyerhauser syndi cate. It is rumored that this road will be used principally fcr gettinu out niiiA The sick man knocking at gets the door of heal114m in if he knocks the right way, and, stays I out if he doesn't There are thou sands of ways of getting sick but only one way to get well. Do whatever you will, if you do not unvarying success for over y years. put your digestion in good order, and make your blood rich and pure, you will not j?et well. Rich, pure blood is the only thing that can bring per fect health. Constipation is a disease of the blood. A large part of all dis eases are traceable di rectly to impurities in the blood, and can be cured bv eliminating them with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. The first thing it does is to put the whole diges tive system into perfect order. It stimu lates the appetite, excites a copious secre tion of the digestive fluids and promotes assimilation. It searches out disease germs wherever they may be, kills them and forces them out of the system. The "Golden Medical Discovery" has been used with •BAT HABKiT. Citv Meat Market. Keeps constantly on ban 1 a Pine of all Fresh and Cured Meats, Fish, Fowl and Game, in Beaton* 60ETHFL&SCHULR. PLANTMS well begun la half done. Bagin .well by getting FMTJ'I Meets. I Don't let cbance determine I your crop, but plant Kerry'e Heeda. Known and sola everywhere. Before you plant, get Ftrry't Sm4 AmnmI for ml Contains more prvsl tioal information for Carmen! Iand gardeners ihu many IiUm Mortgage Sale. Name of mortgagor*, Daniel Sullivan and Mar get Hill 11 van. Nume of morteazee. .lame* A. Trow. Date of morttfaire. November J! I, 1S94: record ed Novrmber •,'4th, i*m, st a. in the office ol the register of deed* in and for Lake coniitv, South Dakota, in book 11' of moatgagep, pace is 1. Whereap, no action or vrocecdinjr at law or otherwise hnve been instituted to recover the debt secured by faid mortiraue or any part there of. VViiereap. on the v!Sth day of November, lsV4, paid nnit)i«ee, with the note secured thereby, was duly aclcned by the tnid mort^auce to Ir win French, which appiitnment was duly record ed In the office of the register of deed* of the paid county ol Lake, on the .Mb day of January, ISiir., in book of mortea^ep. on pasre T. Wberean, default haviutr been made in the payment of the rum of «lH.m interest on the note secured by said mortgage which became due on the lpt day of December, and Whereap, by reason of paid default, the power 01 pale in said mort^a^e coDtatued has become oi rative and, Whereas, by reapon of paid default, there ip now due at the date hereof the pum of nix hun dred seventy and U'-loO dollars principal and in t« rest, beside* the sum of ten dollars attorney's fees stipulated for in paid mortpipe to be paid in case of foreclopure. Notice is herehv i iven, •that ih»-s*ld mortani'e will be foreclosed by *ale at public auction by the sheritf of suid Lake countv or his deputy on the IMth day of June, A. D. at one o clock in the afternoon of that day at the front door of the court house in the citv of Sltttfisou, iu said Lake county, state of South Dakota, of the lands and premise* pitua ted in said Lake county und described in paid unvoice, fis follows: The southeast jiinrter of section seven in township one hundred and eiiiht (loSj of ranire fifty otie*(Tl) west of the .r)th 1'. M., containing KiO acres of land according to government sur vey thereof. Dated at Maditmn, South Dakota, this :th day of April. A. D. IRWIN FRENt'H, Assignee of Mortgagee. KAKMEIt Jc FARM Kit, Attorneys ior Assignee. N. A. FOX, Sherit*. Hotice of Mortgage Sale. I)» fau!t 1c a mortgage made and exe cuted May n, by K. Ki'e, unmarried, of Lake county, mortgagor, to Northwestern Loan A Hanking Co of Maditon, S. mort gagee, on the following described land, to wit Lots numbered five o" and six (til in section thirty (3ii i, aiid lots numbered seven (T). eighi (Hi, ten (10) and elcveo (11), in section nineteen (if), all in lownphlp one hundred and six 10»") north ol range Hfty-four (W) west of the Mh P. M., containing ir7 TT-liw acres more or lesa, ac cording to the government surrey, together with all accretions to paid above described lots, situa tes in said Lake county, n. given to secure the payment of a certain installment note of even date therewith for T'l, with interest thereon at l'J per cent, per annum from date if paid installment* were not paid when due. Bald mortgage having been fllcd for record in the of fice of the register of deeds in and for Lake County, 8. D., May 1", 1MW, at o'clock p. m., and recorded in book 17 of mortgages, on page lii'J The paid default conslpting in the failure of the mortgagor to pay the installments on said bote as the same became due, and there being now due on said note and mortgage the sum of fT5.HH, principal and interest, and the furtber sum of f.Vi attorney feep stipulated in said mort gage in case of foreclosure, aud there having been no proceedings at law or otherwise for the collection of the amount due on said note and mortgage, therefore, the sheriff of said Lake coonty, S. D., will sell said premises at the front door of the court hou»e in the city of Mad ison, in said Lake county, on the 7th day of May, lew, at o'clock p.m., to the highest bidder fcr cash, to pay said debt, attorney fee, and costs o( rale. Dated Madison, S. D., March 25,1W««. NORTH WESTERN LOAN & BANKING CO,, Mortgagee. J.H. WILLIAMSON, Attorney for Mortgagee. Notice of Mortgage Sa!e. Default existing in a mortgage made and exe cuted October 13, 1SW, ty William Kennin and Wilhelmina Kennin, huPDand and wife, of Lake county, 8. D., mortgagors, to Northwestern Loau & Banking Company of Madison, !. D., mortgagee, on the north one-baif ['i] of the southeast quarter [sel4J and the south one-half of the northeast quarter [ne\] of section twenty [&>j iu township one hundred and tlvu [Hfj north of range fifty-four IM] west of 5th p. m., in Lake county, 8. D., given to secure the pay ment of a certain installment note of even date therewith for .Ho, and interest on all install ments not paid when due at the rate of per cent, per annum from date said mortgage hav ing been filed for record in the office of the reg ister of deeds in and for Lake CouDty, 8. D., Oc tober, l'i, ls'.ri, at :'-li o'clock p, m., and record ed in book 11 of mortgages, on pave :CI the said default consisting of the failure of the mortgagors to pay the luslailments on said note as the same became due, aid there being now due on said note aud mortgage the sum ol principal aud interest, and the further !tim of *."o attorney fee stipulated lu said mort kage in case of foreclosure, aud there having been no proceedings at law or otherwise for the collection of the amount due on said note and mortgage, therefore, the sherifl of said Lake county. 8. D., will sell said premises at the front door of the court house, in the city of Madison, in said Lake county, on the !Uh day of May. ls'.*. at '-2 o'clock p. in., to the highest bid der for each, to pay said debt, attorney fee. and CostP o' sale Dated Madison, S. D., March 1M* NOKTliWK&TEKN LOAN .t BANKING CO., Mortgagee .J.H.WILLIAMSON, Attorney for Mortgagee. ttnmmona. JHMith Dakota, county of Lake, s». In police justice court before D. D. Holdrxige, po lice justice of the city of Mad!son8. Kr»d Kurth, plaintiff vs Ansen Kudsdil, defendant. Sum mons. The state of South Dakota sends grae: mgtoAurenJ. Kudsdil, the above named de fendant. You are hereby summoned and requir ed to appear before me at my oftlce iii the city of Madison in said couuty and state, on the llth day of April A. D. 1W«5 at o'clock a. m. of said day, to auswer the complaint of the above named plaintiff Fred Knrth w ho claims to recover of you the torn of fifteen dollsrs and forty four cents as the balance due him on account for goods, wares and merchandise sold and delivered to you at your request at his store in Madison, South Dakota ana for which you promised ano agreed to pay the prices then charged and which are the reasonable prices therefor and you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear aDd answer as required above, said plalutin will take judgment against you for fiifteen and 4» loo dol lars together with the costs of this action. To the sheriff or any constable of said Lake county, greeting. Make legal service hereof and doe re turn. Given under my hand this l(»th day of April A. D. I*!* D. HOLDIIIDUE, F, L. hOPBR. Police Justice City of Madison. Attorney for Plaintiff. 4 Summons. Stats of South Dakota, county of Lake. ss. In police justice court, before D. D. Holdrldwe po lice justice of the citv of Madison, 8. D. Kred Kurtb, plaintiff vs. M. Lewis and A. J. Kudsdil, formerly doiDg business ss Lewis Jk Co., defend ants. banimons. The state of i^onth Dakota sends greeting to M. Lewis and A. J. Kudsdil tbe above named defendants. Yon are here by summoned and required to appear before me at my office in th* city of Mad leon in said coonty and state, on the 14th day of April A. D. 1W«, at o'clock a. m. of said dity, to answer the coroplaiat of the above named plaintiB Fred Knrth who claims to re cover of you the sum of seventeen dollars and forty-eieht cen'.s as the balauae due him on ac count for goods, wares and merchandise solij and delivered to you at his store at your request in Madison, South Dakota and for which *04 promised aud agreed to pay tbe price thei| charged and which are the reasousb'e prlte# therefor and yon are hereby notified thut if you fall to appear and answer as required alKfe, said plaintiff will take judgment against you fot seventeen and dollars together with thtj costs of this action. To the sheriff or any con« stable of said Lake county, greeting. Make legal service hereof aud due return. Given under my hand this 10th day ol April A. D. 1W#. D. D. HOLDHIDOK. Police Justice of the City of Madison, 8. D. To the above named defendants. You wiM please take notice that the hearing of tbe above entitled action has been adjourned ontil Max 30th, IK* at 10 o'clock a. m. at the office of tlx) police justice of the city of Madison in the city of Madison in Lake cooaty, S. tor the purpose of allowing the suasions herein to be served Df publication. Madison, iK, ^^^0 HI DOB F. L. BOP IR. Police ost'ice City of M^iIkju* Attorney for Plaintiff. A German author in a recently published work calls attention to these murderous in fluences that beset the end of the century and points out that the enormous increase in nervous expenditure has not and can not have a corresponding increase of supply in the food we eat. Even if we had the choicest food in the greatest abundance it could do nothing toward helping us, for we would be incaoahle of digesting it. Our stomachs can not keep pace with the brain ami nervous svstem. The latter demand much more than the former are able to furnish and us the inevitable consequence then comes disaster. The strongest may keep up but the weaker fall by the way. Mankind has become fati irued and exhausted and this fatigue and ex haustion make themselves manifest in the' increase of nervousdisorders, including such new affections as the "railway brain and "railway spine," the increase of heart dis ease, the prevalence of precocious dental decay and baldness, of nearsightedness and deafness and premature old age. To coun teract the incessant strain on the nerves and to replenish the wear and tear on the brain caused by every line we read or write, every face we see, every conversation we carry on, every scene we perceive, every noise we hear, every impression we recede is pre cisely the province of I)r. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. They are designed to fill the void in the nourishment of the nerves and brain that no amount of choicest food can fill. In a concentrated form is infinitely richer food for the blood, and the blood is the life of ftie nprves, than in vast quantities of beef and bread. It is generally agreed that a man's physi cal condition is dependent, to n great degree, upon the nature of his employment. Men Wnose occupation necessitates the constant use of the brain, without any ap|K*rtunity for physical exercise, are generally nervous, while men employed at manual iaf»»r re quiring no exercise of the brain function, are almost universally possessed »f sound nervous systems, not easily disturbed by ex citing events. A striking illustration of this principle is found in the case of Professor ieorge E. Coleman, who is a profe-siinal pianist, and who was. until within recent years. drug gist. Professor Coleman lives at 1/1.'if! Pu chanan Street, San Francisco. He is well known here as a pianist, having nlj'.v some of the most popular miiMe h'ills V city. Mr. Coleman it-not a nan of frame, and he has been an easy [.re severe, nervous tension of his v.., piano. He has had to piny several hours during every v a D. D. HOLDKIDGE, Police Justice of the City of Madison, 8. V. To the oefendant above named you w ill please take notice that the hearing in the above entitled action has been adjourned until May :J0th, 1W# at 10 o'clock a. m. at the office of the palice jus tice of the city of Madison in the city of Madison in Lake county. 8. D., for the purpose of allow ing the summons herein to be served by pnbllca tlon. Madison, 8. D., April 14,18% VKRM8 BY MAIL. PER YEAR ift An Analysis of the Conditions which are Responsible for it. Wonderfully Good Results from the Famous Pink Pills—Brain Wear Checked—Testimony as to Their Merits which Commands Attention. They are Richer Food for Blood and Nferves than Quantities of Beef and Bread. The prevalent m: !:i'ii s of diminution of the vital powers, undue physical fatigue and mental exhaustion, are to-d«y engauh'-K the careful attention of the most eminent pathologists. Their prevalence is ascribed to poisoning through alcoholic drinks, opium tainted and adulterated fr.ods, con taminated water, the viatiated atmosphere of towns, the continuous jar and ruinhleof rail road trains, the flashing of electric lights, the cjangor of street cars, the jingling of telephone bells, the vertigo producing effects of lofty buildings and swift elevators, the perpetual noises and shifting sights of city streets, all the constant activities, the simp lest of which involve an effort of the nervous system and a wearing of tissue. From the Examiner, San Frnncitro, Cul. Y OUT. years, and his neryotw system finally gave witj- miiier the strain. He was forced to re tire from regular work at the piano, but that did not have the effect of improving his con dition. I'pon the contrary, he steadily grew worse. His nerves had been shattered, and in addition he discovered that one of his lungs had been affected by his having been exposed to counter draughts in poorly ven tilated halls. His condition soon became such that he was confined to his home, and finally gave himself over to the care of who are are built in the largest and best equipped factory in the world They are the Most Popul&s and Best Selling "Wheel made. UfC UfANT APCUTQ WW f!HH Hi) I The Inter Ocean A* a Newspaper TBE INTER OCEAN keeps abreast of the times in all respects. It spares neither pains nor expense in securing ALL THE NEWS AND THE BEST OF CURRENT LITERATURE. The Weekly Inter Ocean a physician. Mr. Coleman's experience as a druggist had given him an acquaintance with diseases and their remedies, so he had a full knowledge of just what was necessary on his part to effect a cure. '"After several weeks'careful treatment y e y s i i a n s a i o e a n "I could notice no improvement in my condi tion. If anything, 1 think I was consider ably worse. The action of my lungs had become so weak that I wax afraid to walk any distance unassisted for fear of falling, through loss of respiration. My nervous n e s s a a v a n e o o n a a i n s a e I was not able to contain myself for even a short time, but had always to be fumbling with something or moving nervouslv about the room. It was while I was in this con dition that I noticed in a paper an article on Williams'I'ink Fills. I determined to try them, even though they killed me. Well they didn't kill nte, but I'm not going to tell you that they cured me immediately, my a s e W S u o o s e i o u s o a u I had not taken a full box ttefore I felt a great e i e y e s i a i o n w a s o e e a i n I was graduallv regainingcontrol of my nerves ami my condition was generally improved. I kept right on taking tne pills and getting well. Now, I had taken just three lioxes of them when I considered myself a cured man. And I was right, for although I quit taking the pills, I did not relapse into my former condition, hut grew stronger daily. It was truly a marvelous cure, and I will say that I think Williams' Pills possess re markable curative properties, and I would recommend them to the use of the thousands of jeople of this citv who are nervous wrecks, or suffering from diseases of the lungs." The foregoing is but one of many wonder ful cures that have l«*en credited to Dr. Wil liams' I'ink Pills for I'ale People. Diseases which heretofore have been supposed tiO be incurable, such as locomotor ataxia and pa ralysis succumb to this wonderful medicine a s e a i y a s e o s i i n a i e n s In many cases the reported cures have been investigated by the lending newspapers and verified in «-verv possible manner, and in no case lias the least semblance of fraud been discovered. Their fame hjis spread 10 the far ends of civilization and there is hardly a drUL' store in this country or abroad where th' v ,nnot be found. Ir. Williams' Pink Pills contain, in a condeiwd form, all the elements necessary to give new life and richness to the blood and restore shattered nerves. They are an unfailing specific for such diseases as loco motor ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism, nerr «t!s ridaehe, the utter effect of la grippe, T- 'r "!'tion of the heart, pale and sallow exions, nil forms of weakness either in »-":i-de. 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