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SUBSTITUTE FOR RUBBER.
A California Tre« Wliioh ProdUOM l.um nl Orcit Value. SAN FKANCISTO. March 5 —The dis covery of a substitute for rubber, which it is said can be produce*! iu large quantities at less tlmu a quarter tho cost of genuine rubber, is announced by a Soneka county journal. The sub statue is tho product of a tree which prows abundantly in the central part of tins state, and was discovered by ac cident. The tree is tapped near tho base, and the sap, which is quite dark colored, is caught in a vessel. After be ing exposed for a day or two a layer of tough elastic material closely resem bling rubber is formed. If this is taken i ff another layer will form This sub stance will vulcanize like rubber, and, when properly treated, is a perfect sub titute for genuine article. It lias been tested by several scientific men who say it will take the place of rubber for almost any purpose. A company is being formed to put this new material, which has not yet been named, on the market. The method of treatment is secret. Tho discoverer says the supply is inexhaus t-iKlo LAWLER WANTS A PLACE. Bs*Ceuintander of the O. A. ROCKFOUD, R. Would B* ommlMloner of I'MIIODI. Ills., March 5.—Colonel Thomas G. Lawler of this city, ex commander of the national G. A. R., has forwarded to President McKinley his application for appointment as commissioner of pensions. The en dorsements which accompany the ap plication are unusually strong. Sena tors C'ullom and Nfason, together with the Illinois congressional delegation, support Lawler's candidacy. Besides this, it is said, almost every living p«st national commander of the Grand Army has given him endorsement, and scores of petitions and resolutions from G. A. R. posts all over the coun try, most of them unsolicited, complete the array of documents. Clcvelnncl Off for tb« Preserve*. WASHINGTON, NF.W YORK, March o.—Ex-Presi dent Cleveland, accompanied by Cap tain Lambertou, Lr. Leonard A. Wood of Boston, and Captain Robley Evans, left on the lighthouse tender Maplo at 3 o'clock. At Portsmouth the party will transfer to the Violet and proceed to the North Carolina sounds. Wolcott Hai Returned. March F.—Senator Wol cott of Colorado, who sailed for Europe some weeks ago, returned on the Ma jestic and started immediately foi Washington. Senator Wolcott went abroad with the hope of promoting an international congress of bimetalUgts. SEATS FOR THE FIGHT. ir A.l Filled at Schedule 1 rice* Sturl Will Coin Money. CARSON, Nev., March 5.—The first official statement of seating arrange meuts was given to the Associated Press/ The arena lias 12 large section* and is not octagonal. There are 2,8M) box seats, grouped from :i to 12 111 a box, $40 seats reservo at $20 ."i.?2S at $10, and 1,28s at $." each, mak ing a total seating capacity of 15,2o2 Should all these seats be occupied at the Corbett-Fit/.simmons light the re ceipts would amount to $2^4,OMJ. Spaee has been set aside for operat ing the kinetoscope. also about 240 seats for members of the press, in two rowd acainst and entirely surrounding tho ling. The ropes, posts and padding for the ring are tho same as used for the Corbett-Sharkey fight. The plat* form for the ring is now up and the boxes will be completed by night. In fact, the arena will present UII almost finished appearance at the close of tho day's work. Concerning charges of drinking thai have been made against Fitzsimmons, the general opinion seems to be that hd is doing nothing to injure his chanced in the fight. The saloon in his gymna sium -"ves ample opportunity for Fit2 so dr iii private if he desired. Whild he ha.- oeeii seen in saloons with Julian and'others, no one litis been fouud wl will assert having seen the big figlite/ indulging in liquor to an extent pro ducing anv simis of iutoxication. Will Kuitli Trull of Americana. HAVANA, March 5.—The corresjjon- dent here of the As.-ociated Press is in formed upon good authority that jiosi tive orders have been issued to the civil and military authorities throughout Cuba to try with all possible haste and in the most satisfactory manner IHttrcu Hu No V avail able all American citizens who are now in jail and to expel those fouud guilty from the island. IMMMIQI LONDON, In Spain. March ".—A dispatch to The Daily Mail from Madrid says the distress which ytists in nearly all the provinces among the peasantry con tinues to increase. Iu Aragou the peasants have become so violent in consequence of privations that the military is obliged to escort the tax gatherers. NIWI of tlM B*l*ur. WASHINGTON, March 5.—At tli Spanish legation here no news relating to the release of the Competitor's crew as reported from Key West, has been received. The Spanish minister de ciined to express even an opinion as to the probability of the report's truth fulness. Mat# of 8lej« t'roel aimed. MONTEVIDEO, March 5 —A state ot siege has been proclaimed and mobili zation of troops, of the republic had befea ordered. Dnrrast Must llang. &A1? rRAXciKCO, M:.rch 5 —The bu- preuie court has aflirmod the decisiou of tho lower court in the case of Theo dore Durrant, found guilty of th« mur der of Blanche Lamont in Emanuel church almost two years ago. The case will now be sent hack to the superior court, which willl fix a date for Dur rant's execution. Tmh| "OM AJC." A yoanR. ric oroan, a i e, ambitious mac, full of tilt leap ing life-blood of youth, is tt rribly disillu sioned when he *11 vco vers that In has married an "old young woman." A woman who is wrak, sickly, nervous, fret ful. and de sp( ndetit, be uise her vital n y and vigot 1 ive been im paired by weak ness or disease, is unfitted for tho married state. Thousands of young and middle aged women are in this way prematurely aged, and are crip pled wives and impossible mothers. Wife hood holds for them nothing but suffering and unhappiness, and motherhood is either impossible or menace of death. A woman may be externally crippled, or disfigured ever so badly, and she still re mains a woman, but the woman who is crippled in her very womanhood excites our deepest pity. There is no reason why any woman should remain in this sad condition. Ir. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion gives vigor, vitality, virility, health, strength and elasticity to the feminine or gans. It fits for canable wifehood and com petent motherhood. It banishes the dis comforts of the period of anxiety and makes baby's advent easy and a'.inost painless. Thousands of once childless and unhappy homes now echo with childish laughter, and are lighted by the smiles of a happy wife and mother, because of the marvelous merits of this great medicine. Good drug jists don't urge inferior substitutes. "I have been taking vour 'Favorite Prescrip tion.' writes Mrs K. W. Carter of Iuka. Tisho mingo Co., Miss., anil have a fine boy babv seven weeks old. Your medicine did me *o much good, I told mv husband I knew you could do some thing for'him. I took Favorite Prescription' two months before my baby came, and suffered less than ever before I praise your medicine to all, especially to ladies." A safe, sure, speedy and permanent cure for constipation they never fail Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. One Pellet a gentle laxative, two a mild cathartic. A'klmon Sworn In. CHARLESTON, W. Va., March 5.—At high noon Hon. G. WT. Atkinson (Rep.) took tho o-rh of office on tho fron steps of the capitol, as governor oi West Virginia, and the Democratic of ficial retired. The oath of office was administered by Judge McWhorter, the only Republican of the supreme court and elected at the same time. The inaugural address was lengthy and outlined the policy, which will be a progressive ono. This is tho first tim for 25 years that the Republicans have controlled the state. VVtll Kucread MrAdoo. WA8HINQTOS, March 5.—It was re ported and credited at the navy de partment during the day that Repre sentative John li. Hobinson of Penn sylvania, a member of tho house naval committee, has been selected to suc ceed Mr. McAdoo as assistant secretary of the navy. Cashier Killed by Hi* Assistant. HiIINSY11.1.R, Mo., March o.—D. H. Elliug, cashier of the Citizens' bank, was shot and instantly killed in tho bank by IrYin Seeber, assistant cash ier. So far as can be ascertained thero was no motivo for the crime beyond a petty quarrel that preceded the shoot ing. LATEST MARKET BEPORT. Milwaukee Grain. MILWAIKEK, OA UAKLEV-.N'J. 2, trark, je. March, 4. FLOl'K-Steady. WHKAT-Xa spring, 77c Xoi, 1 Northern, 7tJ %c May, 75*4e. ('l)KN No. a, li'c iS -Nn. whitu, 17X '19.1 Na white. 16^ ilSc. 31 sample on Iulnth Grain. 1)L-LI TH, March 4. WHKAT—Cash, Xo. 1 hard. 7»sic No. 1 Northern, No. 8 Northern, HVt^i No. i spring, 6^:,g(tt7o rejo tod, -,\% tittle to arrive. No. 1 hard. No. 1 Northern, 74i^e May No. 1 hard, 78/6c No. 1 Northern, 7oJ4c July No. N- rtti er n, 76ic September No. Northern, 71Xc- RllnnenpolU Grain. MINNKAI'OI.IS, MAR""H 4. WHKAT-May i losetl at 7 i^c Julf« 73 i(t474)ic oepteinber, q6J%c. On Track—No. I hard, 7(5vje No. 1 N rth.Tn 74l«e N 2 North rn, 7.'^c. I'onltry. Batter and E ((•. CHICAGO, .N ar I. Dressed jjoultry Htwwly turkeys, 10$ lie: chickens, 0@7 ^c ducks 10 all '. Butter firm cr«amury. 15 l.c dairy, 8tlic. Kggs weak fresh, 14 *0. St. I'aul I'nlon Stock Tarda. SOUTH ST. PAUL, March 4. HOGS—Market opened 5: higher, clos ing wouk in syinpnthy with the Chic igo decline. Range of prices, li.Uki i.yo. CATTLE—Mivrkot about steady, foir demand for gotd but'her stutl. SaleH rangei at U.00 a2 45 for cows J.00,a3.60 for stuekers 1^40^.2.50 for heifers. SHKKP—Steady. Mat tons, |a. 45 lainbit, ll.OJl R-ceipts: Hogs, 100 sheep, !i00 calv*3, 50. cattl*. 700 Chicago Union Stock Tarda. CHICAGO, March 4. HOGS—Market s ea ly. S iles ranged at $.'1.00(^3.75 for light fio3« Ji* lor mixed $3.iioc«3.70 for heavy: $ .'YftX ii tor rough. CATTLE—Market steady. S ilrs ranured at $.J 75 it5 15 for beeves $2.0Ja 4.^0 f«r c.iws and heiTers $ .80 a) •J. i for Texa-» utcjrs $3 25(^l.i}s) stcH-kera and foe lers KfcP -Siieep .-m 1 lamb market pteady. Naii'v $.0)«81.8j, Westjru^ |3.0-.a4.'25 lambs, ?j a..•». Receipts: attle, 11,0JO aheep, 14,0(W. Chleaco Grain un Pro* aloas. CHICAOO, MAKCH 4. CLOSING I'KICKS. WHEAT March, 74 MIIY, 75 RI 75 ?, July, Septcmb.-r, 7lo. COliN' March, 2JCJ vy, 2I)^C fcj ptiMuber, July, 'iiii- July, OA 1 sr— March. May, 17)c July, 18l"oHK-March. W,10| May, 9^3^ Health Restored ALL EUN DOWN Mo Strength nor Energy Miserable IN TIIK EXTREME. Hands O V E E —with— SORES CURED BY USING yer'sSarsaparilla i-prnt vrvirt :irn. mv Mood wsi j\vn, 04 tin- oj with OJ "Severn] ytvirs njzo, my Mood was In bad mii'ilUo'i. niy s\sieni all run dow my pe':er:il IN-allli very much •wired. |y lianiU were covered 1. in«'s 'en, !isr|i iri:iii|! :»H the time. I ad im strength nr energy ami niy ft-el l:i rs wctc ir.ivriiM'- in the extreme. At 1«M. I roninit'iiceO taking Ayer's Sar^a I'trilla juul soon noticed a change tor tho better. .My aiieilt« returned and with It. rewwed strength. Kncotiraued by these iesulN, 1 keiit on taking tlit* Sar sap irilla. till 1 h:ni used six bottles, ami my health was restored." —A. A. TOWNS, lnl. ll.:rrls House, Thompson, N. I».ik. Tho Only1 Oj 0 01 oi OJ o! i st OJ OI Ayer's r,Sar$aparilla oi O] oj oi Admitted AT THE WORLD'S O FAIR Oj OOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOi Notice of Mortgage Hale. hcrraa, defHiilt exl- tine in a morti-nev dated Oecenilur i i, and ixcuted Kelruary 1, lH!'»i, by AUKHf-t E. oreciilunfl, a bachelor, of the county of WmnebNpe, »t«te of lllli oic, mort BHK"ri to Northwestern I.oan A Banking Company, of I.ake county, 8 D., mortsriii-'t'e, on the vi'Uth one-tiKif of the southweci fi'.inrttir (f11 of ew ^41, of cct ion vi-n (7), 81 i i.e north one h'lil ol tl.e uorthwe*t quarter (n1,of nw'«), of aectlon tithteen (1H, all iu tow w*hij »ne htnulred BIHI eiuht (LT'H), north 91 ranae tlttl four (M), wtM of theMh p. In Lake county, S. I., given to secure the payuienl of three eel* tain notec, of tveu dale 1 herewith, ainountiDK to $4^5.no, with Interest thereon at even per cent per annnm from date, the first of w eh notes h» in)i for fltte 0, became due So vemlier 1, lSt*i, caid mortcaee having lei n tiled for record iu the oflice of the replster of deeds of Lake ounty, S. I)., February '-M, »t '.»:30 ti'cloc k u. in., HI recoidtd in hook of niort gHKe'*, on pure 4".,7 and. whereas, said n orn-ntie contains a condition that in case defau shall he made in payment of the money ttrured thereby, or anv part thereof, the whole of said principii and inter st shall at the op'.ion of the holder, immediately become dno and payable and, whereas, the n.ortuaj'or has made delault in payment of the first note secured by said mortgage. nr JlnKd, due Novembtr .1, lf*'Jti and, whereas, the niortyaeee has exercii-ed Its option i rovimd for in s«id mortsaue HI does hereby decler- the w hole of tlie notes secured thereby to be lue, both principal and wterest. ai cla nii that there is now due on said notes ai mortgage the sum »-f $45H.4 print'pal and interest, ai tl.e further ftini of fl( no. statutory attorney lee, and tKre having been no proreed ing ul iaw or otherwise for the col ei t:i n (.f the amount due on said notes and mortgage now. therefole. lhe sheriff of said Luke county w'ill sell the sain pr. mises at the front f'oor of the court house, in the city of Madison, in said Lake cuuDty, on the ISth day «.f Marth. lS'.-T.at'i o'clock p. ni., to the highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy said debt, attorney's fee, ana costs of sale. Dated, Madison, S. I) Jan. £7. lfiC. NOKTliU E-TEHN LOAN & BANK NO CO., Mortgagee. By J. H. WILLIAMSON, Attorney for Mortjt»see. Mortgage ya!«. Name of mortgagor, Mnrcii* A. W'ooley and Annie M. Wooley. Name of mortgagee, Wilbur K. .Smith. Date of mortgage Novt mber 2f, recorded January In, lMi? at 4 o' lock p. in, in the ottlce of regi-tt of deeds of Lake county. South Dakota in book "l of nioitg-iges on page Default having been mode in the pavmei.t of the sum of Ten dohar*. whii ti became due ou the 1st day of January IfM, and tlurp ia now dne at the date thereof tl.e sum of J-.T.20, princ pal and interest, in-sides tie sum of JJ'i (Ml attorney's fees, stipulated In said mortgage and, whereas, it was stipulated and agreed, by aiid between Ihe parties to satd mortgage, and contained thurnin that if default should be made in any of the con ditions contained la said mortgage, then the full amount thereby secured should become due and coiU-ctib e it oi ce. .Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that tinder and bv virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage and duly recorded therew ith, the said mortgage will tie foreclosed by sale at public miction nv the beritl'oi Lake tonnty, or hi* deputy, on Satur day the t»!h day of March, 1*!'?, at -p. tn at the lrott door of tjie court house iu Madison iu said Lake conutv, South Dakota, of the lands and (•remises situated in iid Lake county, and de scribed in said mortgace tubrtatilially as follows to-wit: The sotithwrst quarter (swVa) section t» -lve 1 i) In township one hundred and flv* (lift) north of range fltty-three iM) west of tbe .'lh principal meridian and containing one han dred and sixtv acres more or l« ss. Dated at Madison, South Dakota, January 18. 18»T. WILBUK P. SMITH, F. L. SOPER. Mottgagee. Attorney for Mortgage*. Office of Commissioner of School and Public Lands. Notice i« h»rehy _dven, tha* on tht 6th day of April, 1M(T, all 'he unsold an I unleasvd School Lands in tbe county of Lake will he offered for leaae to the highest hiiider, at public auction at the front door of the court house \a said comity. Said leas i n if will beheld between the honraol ten o'clock a. m. and tive o'clock p. m. of each day until all tne tiacts of School Lands have been offered for lease. Pierre, S. D., January 29, lHttT. J. L. LOCKHART. Commissioner of School and Public I-ands. l.-n'-TK ltd) h. tti-r time I Free. I i, h*lch. Ferr* ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED i yia aad boaklst frss. 14. When bilious or ocative eat a Caeca ret, oandy cathartic, cureguaranteed, 10c. 25o. 8UB80RIBB FOR ..THE. LAKE COUNTY WEEKLY LEADER ^3^ A carefully edited^ ^lANOY CATHARTIC 48-columt! paper ALL PRINTED at Sent to iii y address iii i lie nited States, iui ONE DOLLAR TSAB... -J.V when *ru* r»* with uxor® n (& G°OO T*i\v ar« nHtiff A living tbfcm s SEES MUI CURE IS QUICK AND.THOROUGH. ce dei fh fd by imitationsinsi oa CATON'S CUREC0H5TIPATI0M Vitalizcrs. Sent sealed if your c'ruR- I is! .! ,c*-, not have it. l'rice $1 per pkee, 6 for $3, v ith written guarantee of complete cure. I rmation, relerences, etc., free and confidential, b^-'od US statement ol case and 25 us. for a week's tiul treatment. Oni only sent to each prrs.-..i. CATON MCO. CO.. BOSTON. MA««. Por Hale by fr'KANK SMITH. ALL DRUGGISTS tin. MTir rrip or pi^kit raa*« MSJ aataral malts. 8TERUN6 KXHEDf ttt.. Ckkm. fork. Sil.| Sciatit ,d.^IKan- r.onthly-: 9- .CETATH S^MYiGOBYmirrii EFRECTS ATONGC- CKTON'S 12TIALIZER -r?3 general or special debility, waki-fu! i spcrmatorhoea, emissions, impotc ncy, i -rcsis, c. Corrects functional disorders, -.-J by errors or cxccsscs, quiclily ait Manhood in old or young, giving vlror and '.trenjlth where former weakness prevailed. Ccn ..r.icnt simple, effectual, and legitir.alc. Y8 Hi It Shortened the Patient's Leg Two Inches, and so Affected thy flervous System that He Ccntinusliy Shook as with the Paisy. After Six Years of Torment He Succeeds in Find inga Remedy for the Horrible Disease. There is no name In this soot Ion. of the country, connected with the medical v.orld, that is better know n to tlie puMio than tliut of Mr. Monroe I'eterson. lie is situated in a nice, comfortuble home, with a goo I farm, about four miles west of Johnson :ty, 1!1., He is now fifty-tight years old, in a healthy condition,and weighs one hundred and ninety pounds. Not a more upright and lumurubie citizen does o ir nation afford, and lie ii looked upon with wonder, because of lii»' healthy condition after so long a ptriod of misery and suffering. From the Jlji/plian Prcts, Zlarion, Ulinoit. Theca-iseof Mr. Teterfon's long suffering was a hurt which lie received in a full, while running a drill in 185I, being a t-ollicr «t the time. lie has been crippled in liis right leg ever since that date. Sciatic rhciimiiti-ni then set in, and his Ictf liegau to slowly wither away and dra\r up in the joint, o .d now it is alout two inches shorter th:m the other. It began to grow worse and, fiinlly, his whole bsly began to shake like a person with the t?t. Vitus' dunce, liis Crst ,»eirer« attack was about six years ago. There is no disease in the power of htrnrtn endurance more awful in its pains i.nd afflictions than scii tiJ rhetunati. in. Fonic times its puin may be a slow, ne.-idy one, while, at other times, it comes with rks and wrenches that teem,to twi -t the bo-Iy out of all shape of recognition. It r-t is to contract the muscles, drawing the b. !y rl most in a knot. While this is prolmMv tuo worst stage of sciatic rheumatism, it is K HIIC times found in milder form*. So it win with Mr. Peterson, but with it was u i ated a feeling and condition r^mo-t ns «:i coiufortable an I unbe.iraMe. Iiie bo ly \vas in a continual shake, rendering it i!uf«is«il-l:j for hi in to do unvthing. lie li 1 lst til control of his muscle*. On appli'Mtion to a physician for rclit-f, he was to'd that the affliction might last him all his life, or, on the other hand it mt-'ht leave hi iu entirely at an unexpe-t-d moment. For over three years ho was r.nt nbl? to write a word, so severe- was his sh.'tkinc. No could not even si_'n his vouehers. th.-reby having to make his mark and witn -s it. At this tiin-' lie could not w:t!k a sr« without aid. nor even sit down i i a chair v iihout assistant. So severe was tae shaki: of his ti-ad that it almost caused liii.i to f.o blind. He con! I not dis!i'ig!i_is!i a frson (i rod's distan-e i i V m: of iiim. lie onme very nearly l»s'n Iii-» mind, and is friends thought, i^s a 1 i-t rc- ct, iiiatvlu' --u'd l.ave to be tak'-ti a ho .itV.'l v ho wnt taken to torn fr a!irtiaii--m !v u physi cian. In* hi I t» b» «N-iiii :iel i:i Lii-.'-ry, so li li *nlt wis it H:u to p't 0"t. 'Itcn tiin"s it would s-ein t'ft life wa, iicr.rlv ex tin -t. atrl liis f-et !.a I i.ids V.oitid live to be tilth I i'i warm v.-.it r-: n.'-' td i:i »or.l'*r to r.'s'ori* t!i citvttlasi »n. For t'.'.o years he was n nhl" to himself nt t!ie table. His ever lithful mid dutiful wi'e p* the fo »I to his mouth. Atni'-'h1 1 MOT ta! e sin itherintf spells ntid would hf.ve to l-e lifted up in le I tlmt lie mi. ht recni'i his breath and stren-rth. At tliis critici period he was not abb* to put o:i his -t rot abb? to anything but sit Mid iiis miserable life awnv. ')ne physician gave, JIS hi« d- n e.'lJ'e, that his leer would have i i i i A vice anc^ btretche 1 to its ©umatism thereby extending the contracted scintio lu-rve which was tlie scat of trouble. Mr. Peterson, unwilling to subject his body to such .severe treatment, objected, thinking that it could be made better,-if not cured, in sonic more humane way. Allkindsof patent medicines hud been tried. .At times he thought he was enjoying the comfort ntid pleasure of a partial relief, but soon lie would be back in the same old rut, making liis life one of misery and aflliction. Instead cf lite being one of improvement and joy, it was. one of continual toil and suflcring. Electric currents, wliich have gained such a foot hold among the remedies for rheumatic cud neuralgic pains, were tried with only partial relief for a while. He was treated ty nearly every physician in the county. All kinds of medicines were tried without nvail. Much money had been fpent in vnin. Still *ni tl lis disense like a vauiiiire sucking v at his miserable life. l'he doctors finally rave him up, saying nothing could reii e him. They bad 4ri every remedy 1.!:ov n to the njcdical world, and now lliey thought it best to keep the money which was Icing spent for doetors' bills and nitdi cines and make his last days as plensant for Iii tn as liis miserable condition would allow, lie was placed before a Stale lioard of pen sion examiners and was told that it Would fie useless to sjiend any more money in this direction or to try to improve bis health, for it was an impossibility. Ashe now thought the culmination bad been reached, but, not ti be I'Milled by despair, he still souuht nn ans ly which his miserable lifecoulu be made more l.appy. As long as there is life tie re I is hone." lie saw an article in the p:i|Hr widen Mated that a distinguished lumlcr man in Michigan had bcentird of a ease r-• s milling his own v lr. Willinmn' 1'itik l-iils lor I'ale People. He then rent «»d ttr:'gc to try again. lie ordered one-half do/ u boxes, and by taking pills one ih n M'-d the lollowing niulit In tter than be ha I rest*d for years. Nsevcrv was his case tlia.' lie tsk them nearly six nuuiths. He ga lo j:ra«lually ni* nd and is now a bale ni:*l i •V- 'I '-r" IL F0I cttk n Jf only one magazine eon he taken, we would surest the REVIEW OF REVIEWS, as covering more ground than any other magazine."—Boardof Library Commissioners of New Hampshire, 1896. 'HIS magazine la, in Its contributed and departmental features, what its readers, who include the most notti names of the English-speaking world, are pleased to call "absolutely up to date," "thoroughly abreast of the times," "invaluable," and "indispensable." It is profusely lllustrat-i with timely portraits, views, and cartoons. Its original articles are of Immediate interest, by the best authorities on their respect ive subjects. The Editor's "Progress of the World" gives a clear, rightly proportioned view of the history of the human race during the current month. The Leading Articles of the Month present the important parts of the best magazine articl that have been written in every part of the world. The newest and most important books are carefully reviewed. Indexes, chronological records, and other departments complete tl.e certainty that the reader of the REVIEW S OF REVIEWS will miss nothing of great significance that is said or written or done throughout the world. s THE REVIEW OF REVIEWS CO., 13 Astor Pkce. New York Sin ale Copy, 25c. i Trial1 fn€ months), Si .00 .• Don't Tobacco Spit and 8m©!» imr Los away. If von want to quit tobacco usint? easilj and forever, be tir.uie well, stroup. magnetic, full of new life and vipor, take No-To-Bac, tho wotid.'r-worker, that ni.ikes weulc men strong. Many jrain ten pounds in ton days. Over 40.0ixi cured. Buy No-To-Bac of your druggist, under guarantee to ctire, 50c or Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. Stcriing Kemedy »r New York. n I 'arty ruin. He now goes anywhere on the! :rm that he desires, and is now able to v rite a food, plain liand and sign his name t* is ti-h'r«, and is nble to do his chores a'out! the house. While he is too old to labor -ir l, he is in such a condition that he can rpend bis Inst days hero on earth in ace 1::: 1 comfort. These pills were not known to this^sceiion of country-till Mr. Peterson tried them, and row tlu-v can be had at any drug store. Ilundredsof boxes have been sold on account of the reputation of this one case. At bast half of the people, not knowing the name of tie pHls, call lor "the kind J!r. Pi*t« rsom tri"V (Sirred.) MONROE PETERSON. Sul «-ril cd and sworn to before ine on the 2.5ih y of May, A.l.. 1 JOHN H. KOI P, [SEAL.] ./attic• of the Pear*. 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