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r THE UPPEK DE8 MOINES, ABGOM A, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1891. Pretty strong reasons for trying Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. In the first place, it cures your catarrh— no matter how bad your case, or of how long standing. It doesn't simply palliate — it cures. If you believe it, so much the better. There's nothing more to be said. You get it for 50 cents, from all druggists. But perhaps you won't believe it. Then there's anc ther reason for trying it. Show that you can't be cured, and you'll get $500. It's a plain business offer. The makers of Dr. Sage's Remedy will pay you that amount if they can't cure you. They know that they can — you think that they can't. If they're |y^ wrong, you get the cash. If "you're wrong, you're rid of catarrh. LIKEftlYWBFE TO USE POZZOMi'S MEDICATED OOSVIPLEXIOM POWDER. Because It Improves Her Looks and Is as Fragrant as Violets. E v Jii DONALD KENNEDY Of Roxboiy, Mass., says Kennedy's Medical Discovery cures Horrid Old Sores, Deep Seated Ulcers of 4O years' standing, Inward Tumors, and every disease of the skin, ex| cept Thunder Humor, and Cancer that' has taken root, ", Price $i.5o. bold by every Druggist in the U. S. and Canada. POll .1 OMr.-IXM.LA 1C KKI.I. nnliu D; rn.il ffewill dnlivnr. frno of all nhuryp*, to 4ny pwrimn l» the Unlti") HtKl.tm. till of 'hi. fnllo*liiK *rliol»». oar* fully piickod : Olio two-ounce bottle of Pare Vaaeltrte, - - 10 at> Due two-ounce bottle of Vaeeline Pomade, - IB " One jar of Vaseline Cold Cream, 11 ' One Oako of Vaseline Oamphor Ice, .... 10 " Ont Gaka of Vaseline Soap, unflcentod, - - W One Oakeof Vaseline Soup, exnuisitelyaoent«d.29 ~ ' ...... *— l it« VmiUne. One two-ounoe bottle of H " $1.10 Or for pottayt itampt any tingle article at (lie pr>t> named. On no account be persuaded to ncccpt /rm, your drugglttt any Vaseline or preituratltyn tt>r*'t from unless labelled viM etir name, IttKaust you mil, certainly receive an Imitation aldr.h has little or «• Chegebroneh Mfg. O*., 94 8tntn St., N. V f TltKATKD FU1SIC. Positively Cured with Veqetable Remedial Hate cured many thousand cases. Cure patten* ( pronouncccl UopuloKi by the bent phygioiaur. Frua Brst etoee syrniHojiis rauidly disappear, aud in ter, days *t leabt two-thirda or all symptoms are removed v.J3eu2 for tree book of teutimoulals of iBiraculoui ourea. Ten days treatment furnished free by m»iL II you order trial, send 10 oeuw in stampa to paj »ortage. DR. H. H. GREEN '- 8ON3. Atlinta, a». WH EN THE DEAFNESS is CAUSED sy SCARLET FEVER, COLDS, MEASLES, CATARRH, 4.C. BV THE USE OFTKE INVISIBLE ,SOUMDD>ISC ; which is yiinrantecd to he.tp a iarger , per cent, of oases tliun all similar do- vices ootublucd. Tlten-mn t<nlie Kurt glwtts are to the vyi-t, I'-'Sltively ID- vial bio. H'orn months wiilimu removAJ Tutf s Pills enable the dyspeptic to eat whatever he •wishes. Tlioy cause the food to assimilate and nourish the body, give appetite, and DEVELOP FLESH. Office, 39 & 41 Park Place, New York FEW! f- 1 /4 I.I, S LIFE You can here get more lifa insurance, of a better quality, L on easier terms, at less coat than elsewhere. Address 921-3-5 Chestnut St., Philad'a. The Soap that Cleans Most is Lenox. IF tVB COtTljK KNOW. Whithpr do our footsteps lend? More and more we yenrn to know, As life's Shadows looser grow. And the evening hours descend, And before ns lies the end. When the door shall open wid«, And behind ns softly close, Wh»t. lo our expectant eyes Will the future life disclose? Shall wo see a morning break, Fair and fragrant nnd i-erene, Seeming like the blessed dream Of some nnforeotten eve I Shall we walk in gladness on, Under i-miling skies of blue, Through an ever-deepening dawn, Into wide fields fresh and hew, Meeting those who came before, Knowing each fnmillnr look And each well remembered tone, Though so many years have flown, Since each other's bunds wo took, Saying farewells o'er and o'er. Shall we talk of earthly days, Speaking low, ttith bated breath, Of the awful mystery Of our humiin life, nnd death; Shall we wonder to recall, II ow our hearts were prone to fear, How we scarcely dared to hope. Is any heaven, so fnir, so nent ! Ah! If we could only know, As the shadows deeper grow, Whither our swift footsteps lend, As they surely near the end 1 TIIK rra ION . [This beautiful and touching story was written many years ngo by Alpbonse Knrr and afterwards translated from the French with other of his stories.] Here is a yellow rose-tree which reminds me of a story. I weut one evening, r,wo years ago, to pass a few hours at the house of an old, amiable, intellectual nnd indulgent Isidy, who lives near me; she is passionately fond of flowers, and- you can bcarcely fuess how much coquetry 1 exercise in making bouquets for her; how do- lighted 1 am with her astonishment, when I carry her a flower she is not acquainted with, or one that is not common in our country. On my in-rival there yesterday, I found with her an old gentleman, who, about a year since took possession of a large property left to him by a distant relation, upon the condition of his beariner the nume of it, and who is consequently called M. Descondraies. He got introduced to my old friend; and 1 soon had reason to be jealous of his assiduties; they quickly conceived a friendship for each other and passed almost all their evenings together playing at backgammon. I bowed in silence that 1 might not interrupt the conversation, and when it was finished presented to Madame Lorgerel a bouquet of yellow roses which 1 had brought with me. My roses were very fine' ones, in addition to which the rains of that year caused roses to bloom badly, mine, sheltered by a projecting roof, perhaps, the only yellow roses in the neighborhood that had blossomed well. Madam Lorgirel was delighted with her beautiful bouquet. M. Descondraies said nothing, but he appeared absent, and a litttle.'agitated. 1 looked at him in astonishment, being quite unable to comprehend the mysterious influence of rny yellow rose; but Madame Lorgerel spoke of something else, and I believed 1 must have been mistaken. As for M. Descondraies, he smiled, and would have laughed, but it did not amount to a laugh and said: "Would you believe, that this bouquet lias just called up as if by magic operation, an entire epoch of my youth? During five minutes i have been twenty years old, during five minutes I have again become in love with a lady, who, if she be still alive, must be sixty. I must tell you bhis story. It is a circumstance which has excercised a great influence over my life, and the remembrance of which, even now, when_my blood has no more' warmth left than just to enable me to live and play at backgammon, does not fail to agitate me in an extraordinary manner. I was twenty; that is rather more than forty years apo. I had but just left college, at which young men stayed rather later than they do at present. After having deliberated seriously for rne, hut without consulting me upon the choice of a profession, my father one rnorniner announced to me that he had procured me a lieutenancy in a regiment then in a city of Auvergne, and desired me to be ready to join it in three days. '•I was greatly discontented on many accounts. In the first place I had no liking for a military life, buc that was an objection that might have been quickly overcome; the sight of a handsome uniform, a few ambitious sentences, and a little music might easily have made an Ashille? or a Cicsar of me. "But I was in love! "On no consideration would I have ventured to say a word of this to my father; his only reply to my confidence would have been to order me to set out that very (-vening. E) "But I had an uncle, what an uncle he was! "He was a man of nearly the same age that 1 am now; but he was still young, not for himself but *or others; for never did an old man resign to eatan his pomps, works ar.d vanitiesjwith a better grace. He loved young people; ho understood them without_ being jealous of them. He did riot believe that infirmities were a progress, or that old age was necessarily wisdom. By the force of goodness and rea'son he lived upon the happiness of others. He was mixed up with all the generous follies, allihe noble extravagances of youth; he was the confidant and protector of all lovers, the assistant in cases of debt, the encourager of hopes. "I went to his house and saluted him with: " 'Dear uncle, 1 am very, very unfortunate.' " 'I will bet twenty louis you are not,' said he. " 'Dear uncle, don't joke. Besides, you weuldlose.' " 'If I lose I will pay; and that perhaps will help to corisole you.' t " 'No, uncle, money has nothing to do with my grief.' '"Well, tell it me then," " 'My father has just announced to me that I am a lieutenant in the regiment of -- ' " 'Pretty misfortune, that, to be sure. One of the handsomest uniforms in the army: the officers all gentlemen.' " 'But, uncle, I don't wish to be a soldier!' "'What! You don't wish to be a soldier? Perhaps you are deficient in courage.' " 'I scarcely know yet, uncle; nevertheless you are the only person I would ullow to put. puoh a questiin to me.' "'Well, brave Cid! and my very great friend, why are you so unwilling to be a soldier? 1 " 'Because I wish to be married.' "'Bah!' " 'It is very well for you to say Bah ! I am in love.' ".'Do you call that a misfortune, you ungrateful young scoundrel ? Why, I, should like to be in love myself over head , and ears. And pray who is the subject of suc'i a brilliant flame?' " 'Dearuncie, she is an angel!' •' 'Oh! 1 knew thatbefor«: she i*always an angtl. IP a little time you will love a woman better than an angel. But what earthly namr does this angel reply to?' " 'fler name, uncl?, is Noemi.'" ^ " 'That's not what I asked ynu. Noetni! That's all your own—it's a pretty nauip, though. But for me. who wants 'to know who this angel is, and to what family sh belongs, n family niitne is necessary. " 'It is Mademoiselle Amelo, uncle!' " 'Indeed! That's better than an angel A tall, slender, graceful brunette, wit' eyes of black velvet, T can't say that disapprove of the object at all.' " 'Ah! dear uncle, if you did bntknov her mind and heart!' " 'Ah, yes! 1 know all about that And those are paid in return, as we usei to siiy formerly ? Is that the phrase witl you fellows, nowadays?' " 'Really uncle, I do not know.' " 'Not know, thou nephew unwortVn of tbino u.icle! You are every day creep" ing into the house, and don't know wheth er you an? loved!' " 'She does not even know that 1 lovi h°r, uncle.' " 'Oh, in that respect you are deceived fair nephew, and show that you understand nothing of the matter. She know you loved her at least a quarter of an hour before you knew it yourself.' " 'Well, all that 1 know is, that I shall kill myself if she be not mine.' "'Oh, oh, as strong as that, fair nephew, is, it? Humph! There are many chances ngainst her being yours. Youi father is much richer than hers, and wil not bestow his son upon her.' " 'Well, then, uncle, 1 know what remains for me to do.' " 'Nonsense! Let us ace. Don't commit anv folly; at least listen.' " 'Yes, uncle.' 11 'Well, in the first place, you cannot marry at twenty.' " 'Why not, uncle?' " 'Because 1 won't lot you, nnd without me this marriage will never take place.' " 'Oh, my dear, good little uncle!—' '' 'If the girl loves you, if she promises to wait three years for you—' " 'Three years, uncle!' " 'Don't begin to argue about it, or I shall insist upon four. If she will promise to wait three years for you, you will join vour regiment.' " 'Ah, uncle! uncle!' " 'But not nt Clermont. I will contrive io have you placed in a regiment at a few leagues Ironi Paris, whither you can come home once in every three months." " 'Well, uncle, but how am 1 to know if she loves me?' " 'How are you to know! why, by asking her, to be sura.' " 'Derx uncle, I dare not!' " Then pack up your kit and obey your father.' "'But, dear uncle, you don't] know what sort of a girl she is. 1 havej wished a hundred times to tell her I loved her; 1 have been ashamed of my own timidity; I have endeavored to obtain courage in all ways; "I have prepared speeches and learnt them by heart; 1 have written letters; but when an ouportunity offered for speaking to her, I" felt the first word choke me, and I spoke of something else. Her look is so mild, and at the same time so svere, it appeared to me that she could never love i;a man; and then I spoke of something else. As for letters itis^til! worse; at the moment I should give them, 1 fancy them so silly, that I cannot believe I can tear them into pieces small enough. " ' Well, but my boy, the matter must be decided; and I will tell you why; your father has not let you into the w'hole affair. One of his reasons for sending you to Clermnnt, is that the colonel of the regiment is one of his most intimate friends, and has a daughter, this daughter |is destined you; it is a rich and suitable match. But—you need say nothing about it; I know that all this amounts to nothing when a man is in love. It is a great folly, which I should be sorry not to have committed myself; they must be cold- blooded mortals who do not commit such. 1 know very well that old folk call this illusions; but whoknows if it bo not they who have some of these illusions? The spectacles that lessen objects are not more true than those which enlarge them. "'If she loves you, you must sacrifice everything for her sake; that's a folly I know but it is right, and must be done. But you ascertain whether she loves you; and there is just now an excellent opportunity for putting the question. Her family are about to marry her to another —well, nephew you turn pale at that idea and you would like to measure swords with your odious rival. Is it not that what you'said just now? Well, try to preserve a little of this great courage in the presence of thebsautiful Noemi. They want to marry her; you are richer than she is, but the man they wish to marry her to is richer than you; besides, he has a title, and is a husband quite ready, and the corbeille is ready; whilst for you they must wait, GotoNpemi, and tell her you love her; she knows it well enough, but it is expected to be told. Ask her if she responds to your affection, and toll her she ought to love you; you are young, handsome and sensible. Tell her that she shall swear to you to wait three years for you, and that she shall write it to me—to me myself, in a letter, which 1 will keep. Then I will break off the marriage yonder; I will get you placed in another regiment; and in three years, in spite of your father, in spite of the'.'Bah!' in spite of everything. I will marry you.' " 'Dear uncle, I have an idea.' "'What is it?' " 'I will write to her.' " 'As you please.' "I left my uncle and immediately set about mj letter. There was no difficulty in the writing—I had already written her a hundred and fifty; but it was the delivery of the letters that embarrassed me. Nevertheless, as there was no time to be lost in hesitation, I fixed upon a plan. I purshased a bouquet of yellow roses, and placed my letter in the middle of the bouquet. ''Stop—perhaps it is being very foolish, but I still lemembur the contents of it. After the avowal of my love, I supplicated her to love me in return, to be happy with me, and to wait for me three years. I entreated her if she consented, to wear in her bosom in the evening one of my yellow roses. Then, said I, I shall have courage to speak to you, and will tell you all." * * * * #* * "The bunch of yellow roses which I see sets herself before me as a young girl of seventeen with her beautiful brown hair, and, as my uncle said, with her black velvet eyes; whtreai she must now be, it living quite an old woman." 'You do not know what became of her?" "No, madame." "Well, but your name, then, was not Descondraies?" "No: that is the name of my uncle . estate. My name is E'htiond d' Alt "Just so." •'How, madamp. just so. 1 ' ''I will toll you what hits become o "VT • * % Nonni. "You will, madame?" "Yes; sho lovod you." "Hut the yellow rose?" "She never saw the billet. Your sudden departure cost her much grief and many toiirs; but, like you she mnrrit'd Monsieur dp Lorgerel!" "Yes, M. ( Ie Lorgerel, whose widow now nm." "What you, you! -what! you, Noem Amelot?" "Alnslyes", as you am, or r.ither ns yoi no longer ore liMmoml d' Altheim." "Who would ever believe (hut the dny would ever comp when we would not recognize ouch other i*" "Yes, is it not. strange? And only to meet to piny at backgammon? "But the bouquet?" 'The boquet— here it is, I have always kepl.it." And Mndame Lortrorel fotcheil iin ebony box from an escritoire which she opened. She took out n fadeil boquet. She trembled. "Untie it, untie in!" said M. Descon- draies. She u.itied the boquet, and found the billet, which hud been Uion- forty- two years, Both roumined silent. 1 wished lo louvi them. M. Descondraios arose. Madiuni de Lorgnrel took him by the hand nnd said, "You aro right. This reunion of tli youth of our hearts must not tukp phici before two old fncea like ours. L«t us< avoid casting this ridicule, upon a noble sentiment., which will perhaps afford us happiness for the rest of our lives. Do not como again till after the expiration of a fowdiiys." From that time old M. Descondrnies and old Miidumc Lorgerel are seldom apart; I have never witne.sadd anything like tlio sentiment thut exists between thorn. They go over and over again all the litllo detail's of that love which was never told; they have a thousand things to relate, they ar<5 in love respectively; they wish to be married, but they dare not marry. TWO AVOMHX WllU'TIIUKK HI5ARS. Tlioy Wore Not. Ilobnst Hrulo-i, but Xliny Wore ItmiiH All tlia -Sumo. The Parkinsons and Ackleys pasture their cows in the same lot, says a Prescot I, (Mo.) correspondent of the Bangor News. Saturday Might these cows did not come up to the bars as usual, and nt'tnr waiting a reasonable time Mrs. Thomas Parkinson and Mrs, Elbriilge Ackley started out to Gnd them. ]|; was almost sundown when the women began thoir quest. Tlioy pushed on, however, and, having climbed the hill, had entered a belt of old-growth woods on the edge of the swamp, when Mrs. Parkerson caught Mrs. Arkley by the arm. crying: "Oh, my! look!" pointing to the right. Mrs. Ackley followed her advice and did look What she saw would make an ordinary woman faint away, but down-east, women are made of sterner stuff, so when she saw three bears, an old female and two cubs, she said, "Oh, my," too, and both women went to a pile of: cordwood close, by and procured two stout round birch sticks about ! our feet !ong. The subsequent battle was short but very exciting. The old boar was lean and weak. She made a deal of noise, but. when t came to fighting "she wasn't in it." Two times she moved up and showed ight, but failing to break through the waring wall of clubs, got down on all 'ours and beat a hasty retreat, followed by icr two young cubs. Onu of thoso little bearlcts was very weak and could not run nearly HO fast us /ho other, so in the course of ten or fifteen iiinntes the old mother bear and the Wronger cub wore out of night, leaving the joor weak one lo the tender mercies of .wo wide-awake woman. The little fellow was KOOH dispatched, he cows were found und the tired victors vent homo to get supper, proud of their vork. All ICldclrlcul Household. Boston Courier. Bulfinch: "Your house must bo full ot electricity." Wooden: "Why, there's none there at all. What made you think so?" Bulfinch: "Why, I notice when you get anything at the storo you always have 't charged." It seems that the, Chinese preserved gin- jer of commerce is not ginger at all. The lirector uf the botinical gardens at llong Cong has succeeded in obtaining thu lower of the plant used and has identified it as the AlpinUi Oalanga. Though lot ginger it in very nice. The highest chimney in the world, that it llalsbruckner Hutf.e, near Ereidonburg, Saxony, has been finished, 460 feel, high, n diameter at base is M;} feet, and 10 foot it the top, the inner diameter being 8 'eet. It is built of clay stone. Bronchitis U cured by frequent small doses of Piao's Cure for Consumption. Members of the Quebec clergy are asking 'or a law making it u uunul offence to uao iquor for corrupt purposes during election times. •CHOOSE a wife on Balurday," s»yi the >roverb, "and not on Sunday." On a week lay you can Und out whether she uses iOl'OUO and whether she ib u good houie- ieuper. A poplar tree measui-in^ 113 feet In length by !>2 inches in diameter at 1U big end wiu hl]>ped from Seattle, Wubhington, Saturday, to Lie exhibited in Chicago. The tree will be called "The Seattle." Many modest women ipply to a physician. I.ycli \cgetublo Compound hn.-> s jf such from lives of misery graves. Natural gaa \vas disc.overed about ten riiles northwest of IJauvilio by men who were boriujj an artesian well. rather than .11 u 1C. Pinlilmm's saved tijoii!-.uml.-j and early l 1805. Dressea, Oents's Clothing, Keatliors, Gloves, etc., Dyed or Cleaned, ['lush Garments steamed at Otto 1'iet.eh's Dye Works. 240 W. AVater St., Milwaukee. Send for Cireu- "ur. Twenty-nine young men graduated from he law df.iiartnicnt of the Northwestern ndiana College at Fort Wayne. Ben iiut- erworth delivered the address to the grad- mtes. 'l'M.—All Fitsuto|ipnd freii by Im.Ki. NKIIVE KKSTOIIKII. Nojt'UburiBi-Hi-iitUu . . 'elluuti curuB. Treatl«o mid #J.OO triul Uotlle free to Fit vanes. Ktsud to Hi: Kliuo, <j»l Arcli St., I'lUIu., Pa. A rich lead of silver has beeu struck lu ho town of Saratoga, "Wyo. The ore assays ill to the ton, and the lead seems to prom- so big results. I'rospectors are busy In unrounding territory. fmportnnt Trnde Nnms I)e lulon. Judge Tlinycr of the United St:itM ( ircnit Court nt $!. Louis, lias rcivntly luindcil down nu opinion :ind granted a |icrpclunl Injuiir. lion nguinst Hie defcndnnls In tin- oust- of The Ilnstcller Co. ngninst Ihf Hni»^vinnn Hcinurt DUt'ilIing Co., ALIA* "lii.M .-pi in- Distilling Co." prohUiiling (lit- udu-niMng, iiuinufiK-lming or Selling of any nrtu-lo ot Mi'macli bitters cither in bull;, liy tin- gallon or 'itliiM'wisr. or in any way milking u.^e of I in' name ''Hoslolter" except In ronm-clton xvilh Ilic snle of the genuine bitter*, which arc :ilways sold in bottles securely sealed, and also prohibiting the sale of any bitters in bulk, though the nitniu of "Hosteller" be not used, but. the suggestion made to the purchaser tlmt he can put them in the empty Hosteller bottles and purchasers would not discover the difference. Ills decision supports the Hosteller company In the extensive use of the name "Ilo.-iet'lfr" In connection wllh either the nmnuhulure sale of stomach bitters In any manner or form whatsoever, and firmly establishes Its ownership In the same M a "Tiun* NAMB." August Flower Charles Baldwin, son of Sam Baldwin, aeronaut, was drowned lu tlio Mississippi while jumping from the railway bridge at Qulnoy, 111. 1(0 Kxroltant QuiiUtlrn Commend to pnhlir approval 11m California liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Kins. H Is plfiising In I lie IMS, mid to the, taste, and by gently acting on the kidneys. liver nnd bowels, It cleatiM's lint system etlcetmilly, thc.rc- by promoting Uiu health and comfort of all who use it. The condition of Sir John Macdouald, Canada's premier, Is unchanged. Ltulios employed In fnshlonnhle stores, whoso duties keep Iliem standing all day, should send 3c. stamp to I'lnkhnm Medicine. Co., Lynn. Mass., for "Guide to Health nnd jEtUiuullo.' 1 Abraham Molfetl, of Chilllcollio, 111., com- milted suicide hy taking poison. Jealousy of his wife was thoeause. Can HID sale, of an inferior article constantly increase for !M years? Dobbins' Klei'lro Snap has been on l.ho market, over since 18(15, and Is to-day us over, the best oiul jiwest family soap made. Try It. Your irro- ccr will gut U. The rumors of Impending bank failures In London arc said to bo without foundation. "I inherit some tendency to Dyspepsia from my mother. I suffered two years in this way ; consulted a number of doctors. They did me no good. I then used Relieved In your August Flower and it was just two days when I fell great relief. I soon pot so that I could sleep and eat, and I felt that I was well. That was three years ago, and I am still first- class. I am neve* Two Days. without a bottle, and if I feel constipated the least particle a dose or two of August Flower docs the work. The beauty of the medicine is, that you can stop the use of it without any bad effects on the system. Constipation While I was sick I f e 1 1 everything it seemed to me a man could feel. I was of all men most miserable. I can say, in conclusion, that I believe August Flower will cure anyone of indigestion, if taken Life of Misery with judgment. A, M. Weed, 229 Belle- foutaiucSt., Indianapolis, Ind." « How ORUKL to foreo oh lid ran to tab* Busty medicine;*. Dr. Bull's Worm Do. •trojrors tasto lllco dainty candy logon MIS. BynjRtl. U5cl8. John D.I'ark. Cincinnati. 0. "It Makes""" And by HO doing lloml'n Snnuip.'irUIa curoH Horofuln, milt rliouin, and nil othnr blood disonstiH, it 1 tin jtropnr ilitfnalioji, glvoH Blron/flh to nvory organ of the body,, find pi-nvnnts HtttuilfH of thut 11 roil fouling ur moro HorlouR ilhu'iiHu, If you will take Hood'n HarBiiptt- rllltt now U will put you In ilia best condition to Dour Uie hot Uuyn of diiinmor, Moods Sarsaparilla Bold liy nil ilriiBglsti. $1; nil for <S. Propnrnil onl/ l)j 0. 1. HOOD * OO., Lowoll, MIMM. IOO Doses One Dollar A n«v method of oomponndlaff Tftr. SURE GURE for PILES, SALT RHEUM auil all »>!« irto with Book TAURUS O* , Bond 9 Uu-atampB for Vrve Him Sold br all brnnclntn aixl d) It»«d.lph HC, Ohl.ui.. Trtet SOo rapplled bf 0HKKMIC iSfEASl U/ill Fin It Ollp " n 'inl Kllxlr will Inree i j^ 1 ^) «lll UO II. DliiBliuiho In -20 d»yo JOul , Iteiird 111 SO. HnrnplapacKnijO, postpuU], K>c. 2 liir'2. r «.i one do/cn.7n coins. ' • - • \VJisuo:i Mro, cu,,7."i u su, I'rovid'juct, Jt. I, HICK OI.SCC.AWl'.S /'.!VI> 'I'll i:i lit 'I'ltHA'IMIUX'l'." A vuluiiblo Illnn- .rnted book of dovt3iil^'t\vo piiffHH Hunt froa, on rocnlpt of 10 cento, to oovur oottt of iniillin^, etc. AddriMH, 1'. O. Box 10GO, 1'hllu., Pa. B^"— inf'T O =..- -ROOT.BEEK Ti-f£ GREAT'HEALTH' uckiiyt) iiiiirii's f> KiillniiH, IMIcioiM, Hpurldlng uinl iijipftlr.ln nlil liv ult il.'iil'Ts. A liuiiutHiil I'kturu 11 uuk iuni CitnlH hrnL fri".' y oim Kciidlug tlielr uddnmH U) Tliu (J. M, IIIKKH CO,. IMiilml' EWIS' 98 L rOWDESED AND FEEFDMED. (PATENTED.) The strongest and purest Lye mndc. Will make the btst perfumed Hard Soap in 20 minutes without boiling. It; in tlio l>ONt for softening; water cleansing waste pipes, disinfecting sinks, closets, washing hot ties, paints, trees, etc. PENNA. SALT M'F'G CO, don. Agts., Pblla., Pa. p'T'El' "MTBLEl Will Be Interests .! In Iho Now FA8TT Now IN h'urv/c» LEAVING CHICAGO DAILY AT 10:30 A. HI. Ar.lvlng at BOSTON ..... 3:4O P. M. NEW YORK .................... 2:10 P. M. NKXT DAY. And all Now York nnd Now England Points IIKFOKU DARK. For dill Inform nUnn nmcorimiK tlio iibovo, und SIX OTHER GOOD TRAINS! -- ALSO - SIJAinilCU TOIIJUHT FOtiDKlt, Olvlnu HoutoH mid llntoH n Uio Kiimumr llonortH ot the East, aililK'ii- <}. 1C. WIMtKIt, W. P. A., Chl- , or A. J. HIM ITU, U. P. & T. A.. Ulovulunil, O. WARRANTED<>== 5TON SCALES $60 FREIGHT PAID BnUCI VUfnMAM I'n'.-kh.H, rin,|,h'H. iiiuck- MUVCLI WUIllHlli huiulu, (JllyHkln.all Sltlu L DlHiuiHOH Riirud nt mien hy Hit. AMMKTV'B FltKNUII A ItHUNItl WAKKUH, nnrfuctly liurm- ITHH. $1.01) per box by iiuiil, Hiiniplci paclcugn. Kkt. Uidiloton Drug Co., 71 Bait Corthndt Ctroot, How York. BED WETTING,) by all Drunqlsts. Price $1.00. PAINLESS, sS2«r-WORTH Sucli as Wind and Pain in the Stomach, Fullness and Swelling after Meuls, Dizziness, and Drowsiness, Cold Chills,Flushings of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness of Broath, Cos' : 'iencss, Scurvy, Blotches on thn Skin, Disturbed Sleep, Friyhtful Dreams^ d all Nervous and Trembling Sensations. &c. THE FIRST DOSE WILL CIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY MINUTES. BCCCHAM'S riLLS TAKCN AS DltlEOTEO I1ESTOHE FEMALES TO COMPLETE HEALTH. For Sick Headache, Weak Stomach, Impaired Digestion, Constipation, Disordered Liver, etc., tlioy ACT LIKE MAO/C, Slreiigthaiilng tliomimonlar System, r«Btorln«l'»' 1 - ''"' fom- pl-^xlaii, lii'liii:lii!;liMi!lc tint Aton cage ofaiipotlte, nixl ui'mialn:: "'''!> Hn- /i'i'/i':.' '.uu OF HEALTH Uio whole physical energy of th- '"iniaii rniinii. Orn "I !.'"• lir.-i i:n;ir.'iii>.ui)S lo'tlin Nurunus iintl D<ibllll»l<iil IH tli.it BEEUHAM'S PILLS HAVE THE l-MiCCST CALL OF ANY PROPRIETARY MEDICINE IN THE WORLD. l*i>c[iiiri.|| only by TSIOH. llilKClIAM. Hi. aloUtiix, I.:inc:i«b!ri-, F.nvliiml. R.'iltl l>n llvuiiaiM«iii-u«rnUy, B. F. ALLEN CO., 36C anil 307 Canal St.. NKW York, Biiln AKiinUfor (ho Uiiitud Klntns.Wia (if jumr (IniKL-idl, dri"S IHI|,|<IIIMI llii'in) Wll.l. AlAlu HUWJIIAM'B.l'ILLB on KUUKU'T of I'Jlian.aiiuta. A 11DX.. (.MKNTION -nua like $a,pofi v O.-They wasl-e rhem-selves to make'>he world S A POLIO is ttie THE OLD RUT and old methods are not the easiest by far. Many people travel them because they have not tried the better way. It is n relief from a sort of slavery to brealc away from old-fashioned methods and adopt the labor-saving and strength-sparing inventions of modern times. Got out of old ruts and into new ways by using a cake, of S A POLIO iu .your liouse-oleaning. J^x'lfl «. * -^ C"U.iK>. ' Beat Cough Medicine. Recommended by Physicliuia. Cures where »I1 else fails. Pleasant and aerreeaole to tli« taste. Children take it without objection. By druggist*. Y"^ CHICHESTfR'S £NQU8H. ReO CROSS

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