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fHE tJFPM tim MOIJCEg, ALGOMjIOWA, WEDNESDAY* NOVEMBER 25,1891, / It isrti th« usuat way jait the reverse-^to pajr a patient when you can't euro him. Nevertheless, that's rrhat's dona by the .proprietors of Df* Sage's Ga< taiTh Remedy. They promise to pay yon $600 if they can't cure your catarrh, no matter how bad the base. It isn't mere talk—it's business. You can satisfy yourself of it, if you're interested. And you ought to be, if you have catarrh. It's faith in their medicine that's behind the offer. It has cured thousands of the worst cases, where everything else failed. You can be cured, too. If you can't, you get the money. They're willing to take tho risk—you ought to be glad to take the medicine. It's the c/ieapest medicine you an buy, because it's guaranteed to jive satisfaction, or your money in Jurned. You only pay for the good you get.- Can you ask more ? That's the peculiar plan all Dr. ?ierce's medicines are sold on. Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, ' Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colda, head- i aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the , only remedy^ of its kind ever pro- i duced, pleasing to the taste and ac- I oeptable' to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in Its aflecta, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, ita many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for Bale in 60o and $1 bottles oy all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who •flashes to try it Do not accept any substitute. , CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, DAL, LOUISVILLE^ KY. NEW YORK. N.r. SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE. The wcces* of thii Great Coagh Care h without a parallel in the history of medicina. All dragK*^» are authorized to sell it on. a positive guaraii. >, a test that no other cure can successfully ' stand. That it may become known, the Proprietors, at an enormous expense, are £ 'acing a Sample Bottle Free into every home the United -States and Canada. If you have • Cough, Sore Throat, or Bronchitis, use it, for tt will cure you. If your child has the Croup, »r Whooping Cough, use it promptly, and. relief h sure. If you niead that insidious disease Consumption, us/ it. Ask your Druggist for CURF Price loct.'.., 50 cts. and f j.oo. If your U. -tfs are sore or Back lame, we Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Price 35 cts. ORATEFTJL — COVfFOWCrKQ, Epps's Cocoa BKEAKFAST. "By a thorough knowledge of I lie natnral lawi ifhlok goTBru the operatlonn of digestion and nutrl clon, aud by a careful appllc^lion of the fine proper •' tl» of well-selected Gocou, Mr. K|MU Imo proTldni! our fcranfefBst tablet) with a rtelu'ately flavored be» . *ri.B« which inuj- «ave u« many heavy doutorii' UIIU It it, by tho judlcloui use of nuch nrtiulen of dloi ihat ft conslltutiou may be gradually built up until •troDV enough to reiiiKt every tendency to dUeai» Hundreds of fiubtte maladlu* are A gating Hrouud u. ready to uttaok wherever there .4 a weak point We may escape many* fatal shaft by kuepiug oui «*lrea well fortified with pure blood and a i>r<ipt»rh nourished frame."— "Civil Service Onettu. Made aimply with boiliug wator or milk. Solo o»ly in half-pound tins, by Grucers, labelled thus : JAJIKt* iOfJfS A CO., Homaiopathlg OhemlsU LONDON, PERFUME INDUSTRY. the Art and fndristf$ of Scent Making is as Old as History .Itself. Tradition States That the Hebrews Imp tried Knowledge of the Art to the Egyptians. The Fine Primary Odors Combined With Each Otlior , Foi'm Innumerable Varieties. The art of making perfumes is as old As history itself. Before painting, music or architecture had crystal ized into art, perfume and the method.* of making it had taken a stroner hold on all peoples. '; ; , A sacrifice in perfume in the form of in cense was a necessary part of ninny ancient religions. Incense was used by the Hebrews, later by the Druids of England, and now ia in p.ll Roman Catholic churches. The Greeks and their t imitators, the Romans, all had their favorite- scents, and Irving's Life of Mohamet tells how passionately the prophet was devoted to the delicate oriental perfumes. The voluntaries of old wished to be luxurious, but, it has been left for the modern Gaul of 1891 to produce perfumes, scouts and odors, beside which those of the ancients would seem fiat and crude. The early days of the empire witnessed the begiuning-of the present immense industry of perfume making. What the French knew about perfume making is not at all the result of theirown experience. The traditionary history of tho art is that the Hebrews imparted the JiUle they knew ' :; 'to their captors; the Egyptians", who in turn gave their formulas to the Greeks and Romans. - The Moors then t"ok a band at improving 'these crude efforts, and when they invaded Europe left their art in' Spain, whence !it soon reached France. There it found its home and'resting place, and to day no nation can compete with Prance in the science and art of perfume making. The names of the French perfumes are known in every civiii/.ed place. China, Australia, South Africa and Norway are hot so far from Paris that French perfumes cannot reach them. New York, however, is not far behind Paris. While nil the raw material comes from France, the refining >and combining of nearly all the perfumes intended for the American market is clone here. About 1,000 persons lire engaged in the industry in this city. The crude stuff comns in '•he fhapp of grease extract or pomade, and is melted down here with alcohol, which is of American production. The lard comes from hoga which .tre fed in tbe acorn groves of Italy. The product of the swill and grain fed western hogs of the United States would be too gross ', The pomade is made by a process called en- deurage, which originated in the" 17th century. , . ' ;' '. This process refers to the acquirement of the fleeting odors of flowers Awhile fresh. The flowers are raised mostly in France, though quantities of roaes come from Bulgaria. They are cultivated in large farms composing huadreds of acres. When the blooming season begins the blossoms are gathered by women and children and placed in wooden frames with glass bottoms, which are covered 'with finely clarified grease. The odor given out by the flowers is taken up the grease; which is melted and run into tin vessels for export. ; This . h the form in-which it reaches New York, and here the perfume, making proper begins. The. five principal scents, which, almost correspond to the three primary colors in painting and the eight notes in music, are violet, rose, tube-rose, jasmine and orange flower. Besides flowers, several other articles are called into use by the perfumer. Musk is the most im portanc. It comes out of the musk deer of the moutitainn of '• India, China and Thibet. -It is extremely • difficult to obtain unadulterated, and when obtained in that condition costs twice its weight in gold, • So great is the tenuity of I he odor, that in an area of five feet a grain gives put 57,889,606 particles without undergoing an appreciable diminution of weight,. Ambergris comes from the spermaceti whale, and is generally found floating in the waters where these leviathans disport themselves. An ounce of this precious product costs §25, considerably more than the same weight in silver. Neroli is an essential oil derived from bitter orange blossoms. The vanilla bean comes from Mexico and Central America; oil of lavender from England and France. Patchouly from China.- It is largely used !o perfume shawls. Sandalwoorl is from a tree indigenous to Indin, America is not behind the Old World in producing sonic scents used by perfumers. Tim best peppermint, oil in tb(> world comes from Wayne county, N. Y. Long Island is noted for ir.s lube- roses. '*• Florida ami California contribute) groat quantities of orange blossoms. Tho opopo- i,MX blossoms, used for certain combina- tioiin, comes from thu Southern Slale.-,. In this city there are about a do/on perfume manufuc'orii.'s, besides scores of others who, nitike imitation extracts and odors, which are retailed in cheap village stores and by travelling -peddlers. TUBS.! are the principal perfumes, but combined with each other and minor Hcents form varieties innumerable. Jasamiue and orange Ho ver make sweet .ii; jasmine and tuberose properly iiletidcd form hy.iointh; violet and tuberose produce the odor of lily of the valley. The old stand-by, Jockey Club, is a combination of many odors. Us sale exceeds that of any other scent. Every perfume manufacturer has his own favorite receipt for Jockey Club. Tbe varieties of perfumery on the market are countless. Many of them are failures, and otter a few months' trial are discontinued. Others take the popular fancy for awhile, but then Fade out of public esteem. A few others como and stay, growing every year in popularity. Each h,ouse has its own chemical expert, who attends to the compounding or its various brands. The formulas are well guarded, and generally but one or two trusted employes have access to them. When not in use they are kept in the firm's strong box, for the formula is the secret of success. After the perfume is made something must be put in to render the odor lasting, and yet not be distinguishable itself. This is also kept a sfccret. Ten to fifteen years ago moat of the perfumery used in the United St<vtes came from abroad; today, with R greatly in- crea«nd use, the great bnlk is made on this side of the water. One house has gone so far Us to export its goods, and they can be found . on .sale in several European cities. Experts in tbe manufacture of perfumery say that the sense of smell can be devel oped just as acutely as tbe senses of sight, hearing, taste and touch. This would seem paradoxical, for it is a well-known fact that the uneducated nose so loses its power that ability to distinguish odors is entirely lost. This to degree is true of the uneducated nose, but its power lasts longer. An expert is abln by putting a drop or two of perfume on a bit of cotton to tell what it is and just what scents enter into its composition. So expert have the perfumery chemist? become that they cnn, with their different odors, counterfeit f xactly the odor of any flower. The, educated noso is not Without KB advantages financially. The possessor of one not only earns a large salary in the perfumery business, but is expert testimony in lawsuits involving patented perfumes. A notable instance occurred a short while ago. One firm sued another for imitating one of its patented brands. Four experts were called in. and each was required to distinguish between the genuine article and the imitation. All tour wrote their opinion on a slip of paper and handed it to the judge. The slips of paper all agreed. Thn manufacture of bottles for perfumery gives employment to hundreds of persons. All but the. very fancy ones are made in this country. A few come from France and Be'.srium. The kid stoppers are all imported in a crude shape, but are finished here. The high price of labor here, makes the retail price of perfume higher thaii abroad. Wages in New YoriMiro double those in Francs. Tho tariff also bus its effect in raising tbe price. Many condemn the use of poifnines ao vulgar, but as long as we have wives and sisters, daughters and sweethearts, tho industry will flourish.—N. Y. Sun. II.iw to Make uuil Apply Fertilizer*. No more important subject can come under the consideration of farmers' clubs and institutes this winter than how to make, save and apply manure. For that: matter, however, it should not be left wholly to discussion in the clubs, but should be a subject of serious thought by every farmer who desires to improve his condition and to increase, or even to maintain the fertility of his land. The (act must be recognized that the extent of tho piodutition of farm crops is measured by the amount, of fertilizing element applied to the soil. The question of dressing or fertilizing our farm lands is at the foundation of all success in the business of agriculture,. Every crop that we grow, whether Brass*, grain, roots or fruit, should either have; some fertiliser applied directly to it in noine manner, or there should be a subsequent application to the land, to restore the substance of which it has been denuded by tin crop. In this connection it may not be out of: placo to call attention to the fact thnt the manure made on different farms vary greatly in value, from tho fact that, some farmers have not yet adopted the more progressive theory of a combination of hay and grain for feeding animnls, but continue to feed straw, corn fodder and-hay only through the long season Unit cattle are housed, while others feed generously of bran, meal, cottonseed and cither concentrated food in connection with 'a less amount of rough forage. In the crops of farmers who feed in this manner there will always be a noticeable im< provement over th'.>so who feed in the old way. Judge; You are cliarirod with being drunk and disorderly. Are "you— Prisonfr at tbe bar—Not guilty, y->r omier, Oi was too drunk to be disorder- y. - . '' ,_ '.. The Only On* Ever "Printed—Can Too JTlnd the Word? There Is a S-lncli display advertisement in tills paper tills week wblcli lias no two words ulilce oxcept one word. The same is true of each new one appearing each week from Tbe Dr. Harter Medicine Co. Tills house placet u "Crescent" on everything they make and publish. Look for it, send them the name of the word, and they will return you BOOK, BKAUTIjrni, LlTUOOliAl'HB or SAMPLES PHBB. Pat old rubber rings of can* luto weak ammonia water and they will become ulastlc. A SORE THROAT OR COUGH, If suf- (ered to progress, often results In incurable: throat or luug trouble. "Jirown'i Sri^nchial Troelui" give instant relief. A tablespoon ful of powdered alum sprinkled in a barrel of water will precipl- late all Impure matter to the bottom. ago in to A meteorite, found a f<>«/. weeks the roots of a willow wee. at I Denmark, was sonr> \:y the !iji.,nj into the. tree in Aui/usV, 184H. "1 bag to dintiirrpi) with you," remarked (be pv'ien tipple fo Hie Miwli boy.-— August Cliri>nii"l" Catarrh fa * oonatUutiouul and uol. u local d I noose, and &<jretore It cannot be curud by local uppllcatlou. tt require i a constitutional remedy Ilk* Hood's Barsaparilla, wblcb, working through tho blood, streets a permanent ourn of catarrh by eradicating the impurity which causes aud promotes the disease, Thousands ol people testify to the success at Hood'i BaruuparllU M A reined? tor catarrh when other preparations had (ailed. Hood's Sarsaparilla also buildi up the whole system, and makes 700 feel renewed la health and streugth, All who Buffer 1'rooi catarrh or debility should certainly give Hood's Sarsaparllln a (air trial. MJCN AND WOM«N, from- enjr all' mont whatever. Send (or a HEALTH HELPER FREE. im. J. 11. UVK, Buflalo. N. Y. WEAK t>7 rvluru full defcorii'tiit circular, ui MOOOY'SNen MOOD5"B IMPROVED TAILOR BYE- TEMSo/Drc.j Cuttlug. l:« ' »l»«-l W O.IL-. *UJ iKljr ol i* MaVAtt to took tlfc* l»«i» DrMtM, QenU' Clothing, Feather*. Blorw, et«., Dyed or Cleaned, Plush Garment* Stetmed »t Otto Retch'* Dye Work*, 346 W. Water St., Milwaukee. Send for clrenUr. Horseradish grated and mixed with tine- gor and applied to the temple when the face tor head I* affected with neuralgia will give relief. .—All rit»ntorj>e(lfr»«by Do.KUNl'iORKIt KrnvR RUTOIUC*. No Flu after Brtt dny'e n»». Mnr- tellont ovree. TreaUne and $3.00 trial bottle free to fit catee. 8en4 to Dr. Kline, 891 Arch St., Phlla., Pa. In maklnr custard, pumpkin or lemon plea U Is belter to partly bake the crust be- lore addine the mUture, so that It may not lie absorbed by the paste. ScnfCltijr for Dollar*. To gel tlie dollars we hnve to scuffle for them—no mislnke about tlint; but there are different ways of u-olng about t, and it you arc not enlistlcd with your progress at pres- mit, then writs to U. F. Johnson & Co.. Hiolunoticl, Vn., who can gi.e you a Cood jiointer or two. Kend carefully their adver- liscment in another column, and write them at once. "The early bird, etc." The addition of lemon Juice to the water in which rice Is boiled will increase the whiteness mid the grains will readily separate when thus treated. A MAN who ha* practiced medicine for fortj yours ought to know salt from sugar; rend what he says: ToiiKDO, O., Jan. 1(1,1887. Modern. F. J. Cheney * Co.—Guntlemon—I liavo boon In the Renorn.1 practice of umHolue for most forty years, and would may thai in all my practice and ex)x>rimico have, navor soon a preparation that I oould prosorlbowlth as iiiuoU conndonoe of BUCCOBB aa I can Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by you. Havo proscrlboil It a groat many tlnios and Its ollout la wonder- lal, aud wonld say in conclusion that I have yet to and a case of Catarrh that It wonld not cure, If they would take it according to dlroo* UOUR. Yours truly, I*. L. GOH8UCH, A!. D., OlUce, 215 Summit St. We will give $100 for any oaflo of Catarrh that cnntiot be cured with Hull's Catarrh Cure, Taken Internally. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Props.. Toledo, O. j»-Bold by Druggists, TBo. 1 JHC 3E1 INC '•»«* ALL GOUOH CURES: DOCTOR SOLD IN ENGLAND < for ia. IH&. and In N AMERICA for 25 cents a bottle. > nr TASTES coop.,! x.nd l<> 3IU \v.»lhSt.,N.Y., for B»n>iiUlgr Over. o omen __- ______ _____ ____ roHHlts qp| of Hint uuiiiiKjcurus Sick II«niluch«| THE SMALLEST PILL IN THE WORLD ! ®TINY LIVER PILLS • X* have all the virtues of tho larger ones j equally effeotlvo; puroly vugotublo. J5»iict size shown in thin border. r*U«£, uud ia MA U HUE < C1UR for PIUU) Pncft.fi; »t 4ruffff.UU ir by mul. B*mploa fro* "ANAKKSW MHV Yo»» Onrt Ladies can make BIG CASH ]>i-oni.H by HBcurinB Rtihgorlboi-H tar the loadlnfr, old»Ht and beat Ladled IJ.oma und Fimhiou Mngailue In Aniericfi. A profitable aud pluuauiit ouuupiitton, that nny lady can engage lu, and maintain her dignity, For full particulars iimd us your uiune und nadrenii on a poatul oard. If you vrant » Cull outfit and Binnplu copy, Bend IIS riMKB, or we will Bend for tt iiionl Jig for a5 criKH, that you may know and uppreolate Ha exoollenrlen. Alwayu uddreBi OOUKY'S J,AI>1HW HOOK, Jlox W 1565, C INSTANT RELIEF. Ourulul.'.dnv NL-M-I- r.-i 'I'-IIH. Nujmrtfo. No Bulvu. :li mill|lOKIt.i ..ItUUI.lH UAILKDrilEK. AlldlC; J. Jl. Ji I-'KV KH.Iiox ;l-,1W,Niiw York Olty.N > O I<L il Wl.lU liWIlUc, I man ur woman in I county in the U. to $i A BUif > M TTM tn miroi.u<!« an arilolu *wa fiVllSfV < m. nohodynUniowlflh- out. Adapted to town or cminlry. No patent. iiiodi(|lnoorr)ii*apjnwHry. Splcndii] opening for! and don't .vail iony for UikrrH. Kven'lf { you CUD HI'art- l-ut n fi-\v hmitfc u wfi'k, wrltu atG oncuto li. K. JOHNSON *<:<>.. Richmond, Vu.,1 for iiiforiiuvititn almtit the )«ffti;««t ihlnj; on 1 earth—Bouu'iliiii;.' (hat will opoti your eye« and | 3 Ulttlli ( $10 Kf) 8IW«I.K ITARNfKSS. .UV» Hwurt »tadf.. TUAM HAKMC.S-i, Hftvml Miulti. tUnil (ur firlo* lilt at my toll lit.. OI.AKH. a» W«.t Wat«r Ht., Mll«...k W»li-,l In wry O.M,IH, 10 lB»lruoU.,j. I,,,. C.H. Or ClDOIoatd. Kivrrl>i,ct nr,, ,,„... r, .. t( Vriuuiun Ueu-ctl.o llurcuo C». u i,e.J«. ib. ...OUlrf of t).l«,U. IOU1S BAGGER U and reliable <Va<hIn(rton, 1>. O. CO. are the oldest, most efficient SOLICITOUS A uior.lh and board, or highest commission and SO diiyi* credit to Agents ^--.^^^Ql^^J^'Hb^vuJ&jaU' PfiTFNTQ Qu'okljr obtained. No ally's fee until I HILIild imteut Is allowed. Advice und book tree.^ GLOBE PATEKT AonKoy. Washingioo, U. 0, P mz'tfitaxf.>frm - om*, »iilioZi7<»7«Toi 4 disabled. 12 (•« for locmut • 'la y«ui« «i perltnce. Writ* fe« L»wi. A.W. M«io».w ic* A ««we. W»««H«»T«I». k. a * Ofvamiu'Ti. « •',*JSO'S CURE:FQSR Cou«uiuptlTC» aud puuplo I I who hare weal; lunnsor A«tb-1 mn, anould vw Piso's Ouro for [ CooBUioptlou. U hut en red tbouMiuda. it hau not Injured one. It la not bad- to laku. It la the best couitb syrup. ' ' Bold everywhere. »/lc. CONSUMPTION. The Host Remedy III In this world, «»yt J. Hofh«rr of 8jTMni«\ H. Y., it Pastor Koenifc'i Nerr* Tontc, txtoaaio my ion who •*»• i><arUfcl!f twrftlycpd thrM 7<>»r« ago and attacked by fits, hai not bad any lymptomt of thorn ilnco bo took one bottle of the remedy. 1 moat hetrUljr thank tot it. TUe Bent Ever. U«ed. WurtHWATKn, \V»»., Octobor, 1800. When 17 y*arg old my ton. vKi first attacked by epileptic (Its, At intorrats of one year, then fonr month*, thren month*, two niouthi, 0110 month, thon every throo woekg, every nine day* and Inter even twice a day. We mod many remedial for fits, but all without benefit. I'nn- tor Ko«mta'B Norfre Tonlo In the rery be«t we over ueod and hail again strong, his mind hai again improved and i* clearer. O. H. 8CHAWP. L —A TntnnWo Bnott on Worvoni Dlftoimo* emit ft-oo to IUIT ndilrena, and poor natlonls can also obtain UilR motllclno froo of clmrito. Tills remedy 1ms beonjnropivrort by tho Rovorond Pastor KoonlR. of Fort Wayne. Ind* dlnce IKS, and is now prepared under his direction by the KOENIC MED. CO.. Chicago, III. SoUlbTDnunrisUintSlporBotUo. 0 for 88, T.nr*o 81*0, »1.75, 0 Bottles for 99. FREE Send s\t once for our Catalofruc. aoo testl- i muni,ils.C. N. Ncwcomb, Davenport, lowi AVnnliliiRton, U.o Sucpossfullv Prosccutos Clnlrna. itePrmclpMlUxAirtlnnr U.8. poniilon llurnaa 15mUiulii:atlngoialin«i "August Flower" The Hon. J. W. Fennimore Is th» Sheriff of Kent Co., Del., and lives at Dover, the County Seat and Capital of the SUte. The sheriff is A gentleman fifty-nine years of age, and this is what he says : "I have " used your August Flower for sev- " eral years in my family and for my " own use, and found it does ma 1 ' more good than any other remedy. " I have been troubled with what I " call Sick Headache. A pain comes " in the back part of my head first, " and then soon a general headache '' until I become sick and votnit " At times, too, I have a fullness " after eating, a pressure after eating " at the pit of the stomach, and '' sourness, when food seemed to rise " up in my throat and mouth. When '' I feel this coming on if I take a " little August Flower it relieves " me, and te the best remedy I have " ever taken for it. For this reason "I taka it and recommend it to " others as a great remedy for Dyspepsia, &c." $ G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer, Wootlbury, New Jersey, U. S. L THE POSITIVE CURE. ' HHOTH RH8, 05 Warron Ot, Now York. IMco fi« cta.HB!!—-'--^^ *?Si About seven years ago I had Bronchitis, which finally drifted into Consumption, so the doctors said, and they had about given me up. I was confined to my bed. One day my husband went for the doctor, but he was not in his office. The druggist sent me a bottle of Piso's Cure for Consumption. I took two doses of it, and was greatly relieved before the doctor came. He told me to continue its use as long as it helped me. I did so, and the result is I am now sound and well—entirely cured of Consumption.—Mrs. P. E. BAKER, Harrisburg, Illinois, February 20, 1891. I have had Catarrh for many years, but never found anything that did me any good until I concluded to try Piso's Remedy for Catarrh. After using it a few times I found great relief, and would not be without it now.— Miss BELLE WOODRUFF, Lawler, Iowa, July 21, 1891. SYNOVITIS 'LY CURED BY DR. GREGG'S E LECTRIfl BELTU A REMARKABLE CASE. "I wai afflicted with Ohronlo Sjiiorltli of th« kn*« lnt, belna irhollr dltablad and luffered itreut palu. hroB phrBiolana deolured mr oaae to be afinoit hop* ieptrU lthoo* phrB feu. I wim Unitllr pe om pil ootor. olured mr oaae to be afinoit rBundad to trr Dr. Oregg'a Bi me Treatment, and I was opiupletelr cured wlthoo) ug a day's work." 0. 8. Boucher, Btreet-Ou Ocu* itor. SOW Archer Avenue, Ohloogo. DR. GREGG'S Electric Belts and Appliances Are tho bent aud only standard foods In the murket, A cerluln cure lor all' ervoui aud ohronlo iHueu^e«, K ooirin Uolu an low a» J-3. ICleutrlo Foot Warmen, $1. AddrtiHi, with 4o btuuipa for ciruulara and toutl* luoulalH, THE GREGG ELECTRIC CURE CO,, Bait* 601, Jiilur Ocean lildt.%, Cliiuuico, Ilk DONALD KENNEW Of Roxtury, Mass,, says Kennedy's Medical Discover) cures Horrid Old Sores, Deep Seated Ulcers of 4Q years' standing, Inward Tumors, and svery disease of the skin, except Thunder Humor, and 'Cancer that has taken root. Price $i.5o. Sold by every Druggist In the U^J. and Canada, <f$f"' ^ A THE ONLYTRUE IRON TONIC Will parlfr 1H.OOD, roiralei Ttl-DNEYS, remove I,rvl'\ disorder, build •treiiKtu, renuW appetite, restore health and Tliorofyoulli. Dyniieiialay- Indlneutlou, tliattirod VeeT iBKahioliitely eradicate . power luorenied bonea, nervea, uiu* clc», rouclrenew forci , I Iffcll'A lAlllLV X Nil ll « foffertnK from coniplalntu pe- (.1111 ILll eullmr to their «or, uuluKlt.llud r^ "*T » «**». «IH»ilT e«r*. Itatnml ro«e bloom on cb«<sk»,beaiulilca Complexion. Bold erer/where. All gon.'iluu trooda bear Craaceui.' 1 Head lu^cout sump for psunphlct. «ML BAITER NBCKINK CO.. St. Louis, M*. ^ FAT FOLKS REDUCED ^.•^ /Y\ Mrs. Alice Miiiilo. Oreuon, Mo., wrltej ( \ Ml I ]"My weight »u»!l'i) pounds, now It i» Me, (i rbductlon of ia> His." r'or olruulura uddreis. wlth8*_ br.o * fHNYIiKll. UoVloU«r'>Tli«alr«.Uhlaaiia.uC YOU It <I\VI» Ilcnc, Uoul, _ «J»toi- Bhclle, i.rithuni Flour und C'orn, In tho «CKHANDMILL a ite' WW I()O ncr lu'iil. inoruinadulu kviiplili; I'oiiitl-y, Ainu I'OWrii !\1II,I,B Mid I'AltM I-'^ICO Mll.l.H. CinMllut-H ninl ti'»tlmnli!u!s Knit oil .pi.iu-uiio.i. WILSON B R O S., S AOT01I, PA. PENN MUTUAL LIFE Age, stability, sound met* oda; cash ralueu, iuoontoBt. ble policies; the beat •^tension »ystem; lov oo»t. Address ., PbiUd'a. AGERT8 WANTED 911 SALARY or eommlaaio* t* »a»dle the Hew P»4*at 0henile*l Ink B/ail»( Ptaoll. Ageatf •*ki«> W H' week. Mouroe KxfVer MT y Co., I* Owte.V>» < K* Mt BUI Ili./t -^iSi_ SIFLESIMQ PBMMIJt iuM.8S.AT Zuztou® _ «a««uw fdiUKft^Qail ••MY WORK SHALL BE PERPETUATED." ' Tlie pel petuutloti of Mrs, Pluklmm'a work w«V guarded by ln-r forvvleUt from the tiurt. Kvwy eull't-rliiK \youuin uiJiilying to lic'rri-ceivodpcrsoilw attention,' aud thu uotulU of cvcty cu«o were rv- coriU-d, Tlu-ie ri'conla ure to-Uuy the larguHt iv tho world, contain facts uot fouutl.d«:\v!u»n* uowopcutpnilwomsn, -.,,...'.; ,_ T _, _, _, PS 8lt ,! v « R . t ' u11<1 ' l ? Jfo I those necullftr wc?l5UMCt.9 aud uilweut« incident t S?»ri.Ptok||»B'»l^«,*'U»W«MnMH(i»>iogMi)MUj.» , te^feffi»»W|TO*(f|A%i,«»i»itr«wl?lu<vf »*t,*buf#

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