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THE UPPER DES MOINES, ALGONA, IpWA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9.1891. ii^^i'liiitfi1ii'iir'i<ifir''- Mi '"-—"•"— ••-'*•*• -»-~—^-J-.-.,_.,.....A.„-<-; t^...iA..-.;_,„..;.-_;.,,..- „.....:...,- ,-._- - »* - ...... .., ._-_, .Hj^-m.-^.^-.a•.-•;•-..-»• - • = ^ = - ^^ • „ • -*. ... ... , ~ .. . . . 7 Like another woman ~the one who's used Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. She's a stronger and a happier woman—and a healthy one. The aches, pains, ^and Weaknesses, that made life miserable arc gone—the functional disturbances or irregularities that caused them have been cured. Face and figure show the change, too. Health has restored the charms that rightfully belong to her. For all the weaknesses and ailments peculiar to womanhood, " Favorite Prescription " is a positive remedy. No other medicine for women is guaranteed, as this is, to give satisfaction in every case, or the money is refunded. It's proprietors are willing to take the risk. What it has done, warrants them in guaranteeing what it will do. It's the cheapest mcdicino you can buy, because it's guaranteed to ^givo satisfaction, c/ your money is i^|eturncd. ^-You only pay for thd good you get. Can you ask moro? ^That's tho peculiar plan all Dr. Pierce's medicines are sold on. .Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant tod refreshing to the taste, and acts tently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Svrup of Figs is the i only remedy of its kind over pro- J^ duced, pleasing to the taste and ao- ^eeptable to the stomach, prompt in f mt action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared onlv from the most healthy and agreeable substances, Ua • many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 60o tad $1 bottles by all leading drug- giflts. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro, cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8AN FHANOISOO, OAL, intlHtVILLf. KY. Hf W YORK. N.Y. SHILOirs CURE. The neeem of thii Great Congh Cnrr It without a parallel in the history of medicine. All drugoA* are authorized to sell it on a pus- Wve o-uarai.w. \ a test that no other cure can suc- •essfully stana. That it may become known, (he Proprietors, at an enormous expense, are placing a Sample Bottle Free into every home In the United States and Canada. If you have a Cough, Sore Throat, or Bronchitis, nae it, for it will cure you. If your child has the Croup, •r Whooping Cough, use it promptly, and relief k rare,. If you dread that insidious disease Consumption, nsc it. Ask your Druggist for BMIEOH'S CURF Price 10 cts., 50 cts. and fl.oo. If your Lu^gs are sore or Back lame, uc Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Price 35 «*, Sm QEKnr TIIOMPSOX, iue most noted physician of England, says that more than half of all diseases como from errors In diet, Send for Free (Sample of GarOcld Tea to 310 West 45th Street, New York City. Over. UOIUOH result* «a<luchei BKCAtTSE I LOVB TOU. "I cannot bring yon wealth," Mid rtie: "I cannot bring yon fame or place Amone tbe nntra of the race. Bat I can love yon. "When trials come to test yon, sweet, I can be sunlight to Tonr feet; My klfs yonr prfdone lips ehall greet, Because I love you. < "When daylleht dies along the west, Ton will come home to me for rest. And 1 (hall deep np"n your bremt. Because I lore yo-.i. "If clcknesscomep. beside yonr bed I will bend low, with quiet tread, And priy God's blessing on your head, Because 1 love yon. "Aa dew clings to the violet, Making the tragrant chalice wet, So my life Into yours Is tet, Because I love you. "Only myself, my all I bring, But count I:, sweet, a precious thing To give my life an offering, Because 1 love you. "I bow before no other shrine; II1 go first across deulh's line I will return to call jeu mine, Because I love you." AN INVERTED LOVB STOUT. I nin a poor, pnraljzed fellow, who for many years past, has been confined to n bed or a sofa. For the past six yeam I have occupied a small room, looking on to one of the narrow side canals of Venice, having no one about me but a deaf old wo'nan, who mukes my bed nnd attends to my food; und here 1 eke out a poor income of about £30 a year by making water color drawings of flowera and fruit (they are the cheapest models in Venice), and these I send to a friend in London, who sells them a dealer for small SUUIH. But, on the whole, I am happy and content. It isnecessarj that I should describe the position of my room rather minutely. Its only window is about five feet ubove the water of the canal, and above it the house projects Rome six feet, ond iverhangn the water, the projecting portion^ being supported by stout piles driven into the bed of the cam?). This arrangement has the disadvantage (among other.-) of so limiting niy upward view that I am unable to see ni'.re than about ten feet of the height of the house immediately opposite to me, although by reaching as fur out of the window as my infirmity will permit 1 can see for a considerable distance up and down the canal, which does not exceed fifteen feet in width. But, although I cau see but little of the material house opposite, I can see its reflection upside down in tho canal, and I contrive to take a good deal of inverted interest in such of its inhabitants as show themselves from time to time (always upside down)-on its balconies and at its windows. When I fi>>t occupied my room, about six years ago, my nU°ntion was directed to tne reflection of a little girl of 13 or so (asneurlyas I could judge), who passed every day on a bilcony ju«t above the upward range of my limited fL;ld of view. She had a glas» of flowers and a crucinx on a little table by her t-ide, and &s she sat there, in fine weather, from enr'y morning until dark, working assiduouily all the time, I concluded that she earned her living by needlework. She was certainly an industrious little girl, and as far as 1 could judge by her upside d jwn reflection, neat in her drnss and pretty. She had an old mother, an invalid, who on warm die would sit on the balcony with her, and it interestrd me to see the little maid wrap tbe old lady in shawls and biing pillowy for her chair and a ttool for her feet, and every now and again lay down her work and kiss and fondle Ihe old lady for half a minute, ond then take up her vrprk again. Time went by, and aa the little maid grew up Ler reflections grew down, and at last she wns quite a young woman of, I suppose, 16 or 17. L can only work tor a couple of hours or so in the bii^htest part of tin dfly, so I had plenty of lime on my hands in which to watch her moveinants, and tufficifiit imagination to weave a little romance about her, and to endow he. 1 wilh a be tu'.y which, to a prcit extent, 1 had lo take for granted. 1 saw—or f.inc r eJ that I could see—that she b°gan to take an interest in my reflection (which, of course, she could sea as I could see hers); and one day, when it appeared to me that, she was looking right, at inn—1 flood of tfars would come to her relief, j *''* l p '«»o«'««> But at last ono day she roused herself to' Tencltcrs, mlnMvrs, fnrmors, nod to me, and then her flower came. Da> j "!,';, r ^?," ts .'.,| l l" l ' ll ., n , s {I after day my flower went forth to join it,' "" ""'"* '"'" ' GARFIELD TEA % VM ofbaU en.liiig;vur«8 Sick Il«a<luc , il it ut TKr KUt i Uhtt lot i' i'ricd. J.1 , at iruxji by innil. Maniplm Pure* tried the d-isperale experiment of nodding to her, mid to my in'ense delight her r r - llectiou nodded to me in reply. And so our two reflections became known to one another. Tt did not take me very long to fall in love with her, but a long time passed be- Fore I could rnnke u^ my mind to do more than nod to her, every morning, when the old woman moved me from my b°.d to the fofii at tbe window, and again in the evening, when the little maid left (he tmleony r or that day. One da'", however, when I naw her reflection looking at mine, J nodded to her and thre-v a flower into tho sanal. She nodded several times in re- urn, and I saw her direct her mother's nttention to the incident. Then every norning I threw a flower in tho water for ''good morning," and another in theevrn- ng for "good night,' 1 and I soon discovered that 1 had not thrown them altngeth- =>r in vain, for ono day she threw a'flower ;o join mine, and she laughed and clapped her hnnds as the two flowers joined forces ard floated away together. And tnen | fvery morning she threw her flower when ! 1 threw mine, and when the two flowers met she clapted her hands and EO did I; but when they were separated, as they sometimes were owing to one of them having met an obstruction which did not catch the other, she threw up her hands in a pretty affectation of,despair, which 1 tried toimitate, but in an English and unsuccessful fashion. And when they were rudely run down by a passing gondola (which happened not infrequently) she pretended to cry and I din the same. Then, in pretty pantomine, she would point downward lo the sky, to tell me thut it was destiny that caused the fhipwrick of our flowers, and I, in pantomine not nearly so pretty, would try to convey to her that .destiny would be kinder next, time, and^bat, parhapc, to-morrow our flowers w'c'u'd be more foitunate—and to the innrc<?nt courtship went on. One day she fliowc-d me her crucifix and kiesed if, and thaeupon I took a little silver crucifix which always stunds by me, and kissed that, and FO -he knew that we were one in roli?ion. One da;, lb.3 little maid did not app<>> r on her baliony, and for several clays 1 saw nothing of her, and a'though I threw my flower as usual no flower cauie to keep it company However, after a time shn reappeared, dressed in bJnck and crying often, and then I kjiew that tbe poor child's mother wag dead, as far OH I knew she wa • alone in tho world. Tnu flowers caino no more_fc > r several days, nor did she show any sign of recotrnition, bnt k^pt hor <- V ns on hi-r work, excep' wuen shn placed her handkerchief to tnem. And opposite to her was tbe o'd Udv'8 chair, and I could see that from time t> lim" she would lay down her woik uud gaze at it, uud then a and with varying fortunes the two fl»wers sailed awaj aa of yore. But the darkest day of all to me Wit* when a good looking young gondolier, standing right <^ml uppermost in his gondola (for I could see him in Ihe flash) worked his craft alongside the house nnd stocd talking to her aa she sat on the balcony. They seemed to speak as old friends —indeed, as well as I could make out, he held her by the hand during the whole of their interview, which lasted quite half an hour. Eventually he pushed c ff, and left my heart heavy within me. But t soon took heart of gra.e, for so soon as he was cut of sight the little maid threw two flowers growing on the same stem—an allegory of which I could make nothing, until it broke upon me that she iniant to convey to me that he and she were brother and sister, and that I had no can«e ta be tad. And thereupon I nodded to her cheerily, and she nodded to me and laughed aloud, and I laughed ir rr'urn, and all went on again as biifore. Then camu a dark and dreary time 1 , for it became necessary that 1 should undergo treatment that confined me absolutely to my bed for many days, and I worri°d and fretted to think that the little mnid nnd I could see each other no longer, and worse- still, that she would think Unit I bad gone away without even having hinted to her that I was going. Anil I lay ttwako at night wondering how I could let li n rknow the frutli, and fifty plans flitted through my broil), all upoearing to bo feasible enough at night, but abso'utcly wild uud impracticable in the morning. One day— and it was a bright day indued for mti— the old woman who attended me tolu me that a gondolier hud inquired whether the English signer had gone away or hud died; and so I learned that the little maid had bean anxious about me, and that she had sent her brother to inquire, ami the brother had no doubt taken to her the reason of my protracted absence from the window. From that day, and over after, during my three weeks of bed keeping, a II jwer was found e-very morning on the lodg^ of my window, which was within e«asy tv.ich of any one in a boat, and whc-n at List a day came when 1 could be moved I took my accustomed place on the sofa at the window, and the little maid saw me and stood on her head, so to speak, und clapped her hands upside down with a delight, ttutl was as eloquent as any r'uht end up delight could possibly be. So the first, time the gondolier passed my window 1 beckoned to him, aud he pushed up alongside and told me, with many bright smiles, that he was glad indeed to see me well again. Then I thanked him and his"i«'<?r for their kind thoughts about mo during my retreat, and I then learned from him that her, name was Angela, and that she was the best and purest maiden of all Venice, and Unit, anv ono might think himself happy indeed who c;uld call her sister, but that he wai happier even than her brother, for he was to be married to her, and indeed they were to be married Lbe next day- Thereupon my heart seemed to swell to hnrsMng, and the blo"d rushed through iny veins so that ] could hear it and nothing else for a little while. I m imaged at last to stammer lorth soma words of awkward congratulation, and IIP left me, singing merrily, after asking permission to bring his bride to pee'me on the morrow UH ilu>y returned from church. "For," said he, "my Angela has known you for vory long—evr-ry since she was a child, and she has often spoken to me of the poor Englishman who lay all clay long for years and years on a sofa at a window, and she had said over and over again how dearly she wi>bed shat she could speak to him and comfort him, and one day, when you threw a flower into tho canal, she asked me whelhor she miyht throw another, and I tpld her yes, for he wou'd understand that it meant sympathy with one who was porely iiffltcted." And so 1 learned that, it was pity, and not love, except, indeed, such love as is akin 10 pity, that prompted her to intfivst herself in my welfare, and there was an enrl of it all. For the two flowers that 1 thought wore on line stem were two flowers tied together and sons, who would like to cU-volc n't a part of tliclr time nnd attention to A work .Hint would brinif tliei* in n lot of ready money during lliu next fuw months, would do well to look up the ndrerlUeinvnt of B. F. Johnson & Co., Kiuliinoml, Va., in an- ather column, as It may be the means of opening tip to ninny uu\y life and larger possibilities. Those gentlemen luive been extensively and successfully engaged In business for many years, and th'ey know what they are talking about when they tell you they can show you how to better your Uuanclal condition. The steam power of the world Is plnrcd ni 40,000,000 liorse power. This Is t-qiiivnlru' to the working enpnclty of 1,000.000, (Hit men, which la moro than doublo Uiu imal' working population. Hindu to Txiok Like New, Dresses, Gents' Clothing, Feathers, Gloves, etc., Dyed or Clcanud, I'lnsh Garment* Stcnmcd ttt Otto I'ietoh'a Dyo Works, !M(J \V. Water St., Mllwuukcc. Send for circular. About half the railroad which Is to con ncct Jaffa with Jerusalem lias been completed. Tho remainder will be finished within K year. ConoH AWAT IP You WANT To, but If not, use HALK'S HONET OP HOHEIIOUNO TAU. I'IKB'S TOOTUACUB Uuoi's Cure lu o minute. Whatever be the state of colored pho toifvapliy, a process for photographing In colors has bocn patented In London, and the company Is about to begin business. DESERVING CONimiRNCK — Thoru Is no iirliclc which so richly dcpurvcn the cut Ire conltdunco of the coniiuiinlly us DIIOWN'S liuoNCJiiAi/fiiociins. Those suffering from Asthmatic and Uronchial DIsonses, Coughs and Colds, should try them. 1'rlce 25 eta. Fifty cents per pipe York opium dens. Is charged In New (but I could not tell that), and ihoy wore meant to indtaale that sli- ami tlw Konclo- lier were iiffi-mced lovers, and my expressed pleasure at thin symbol delighted her, for she took it to mean that I rejoiced in her happiness. And the next. r!ay the eondolier cinie with a train of other pondoliers, all decked in t.heir holiday parb, and in his pondola sat Anfffla, happy nnd blushing ut. her happiness. Then ho and she entered tbe house in which I dwelt, and cime into my room (and it was slrunge indeed, after so manv yearn of invertion, to see her A-ith her heud above he feet), and then slie wished nm happiness and a fpoady restoration t" trood health (which eon I'd never he), and I, in broken words and with tours in my eyes, gave her the little crucifix I hat had stood on my bed or mv table for so many years. And Ani^olatook it reverently, and cro sed herfelf, and kissed it, and so departed with her delighted husband. And as 1 heard the song of the gondoliers as they went their way—the song dying away in the distance an the shadows of the sundown closed around uie—] felt they were singing the requiem of the only love that had ever entered my heart.—W S. Gilbert. P1..OU11 .FOtt USslA. Groat lliirutitiiK in ImUics' \VitluiioN. Genuine Elgin Indies' \vuteli, Boss filled oase, guaranteed twenty years, only $10. Handsome plush case with each watch. Write or call on U. Prousser Jowolry Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Kill thej^ause Of Catarrh and You 'Have Permanent Cure Dloocuni of loug itnndlng require pornUtniit trentmont to offeot perfect euro, nm! thin In rmrtlou Inrly true ot Onturrh In the bond. This li a ooustl. tutlonnl dliease und therefore required n Constitutional Remedy like Hood'a Sanapnrllla. Local nppllciiLlonp. Ilk* KnutTd and other luhalaute. oiin at belt Klv* only teinoporary relief, in they ronoh only tlio rcsiili nnd not the came of the chnen»o. The In!lot |« found In the Impure tnlnt In the Moo,!, which Uood'i Buriitparllln removen, nnd dun the henolll r rom thin inodtclne IH permnnent. Many people testify to curei of Oatnrrh by Itood'i Hnr»pnrilln. N. U. \Vhea you ink lor Hood's Sarsaparilla Don't ba Induced to buy any other. InnUt ujion Rood'i Saraaparilla—100 DOHDI One DolUr. ELY'S CREAM BALM QUICKLY CUKES COLD IN BEAD PllICE SO CENTS. Apply Balm Into each noatrll. ELY BUOB., H Warren St., N.Y The tlcnt Itemed/ in In thl* TOrlrt, niiji J. Hofherr of Brra«aia, N. T., Is Pastor KoenlR'fl Nerve Tonlo, brcauin mr ion who wn« pixrMally paralyted throe yeari fcgn »nd attacked by fltt, hai not had any lymptornt vt tliom ilnre be took one bottle of th. renwdy. 1 mo«t heartily thank for It. ,, f The nest Krer U«cd. v /* WmTRWATRn, Wi»., October, 1880. When 17 y«W( old my son wni flrit kttaoked by epileptic (1(«, at iutorrtvls of one year, them four months, three months, two months, one mouth, then every three weeks, ovary ulna do>yi and Inter even twice n day. We nseil many roinodlon for Ati, but all without honaflt, Pus- tor Koonlg's Nerve Tonlo Is the Tory best we ever use*! anil he li again strong, his mind hat again Improved and li dourer. a H. Bcnxnpp. '—A TuIunMe Bonn «n Knrrnn* DUccmo-i «eiit t\i!o to any ailtlraim, anil |xmr patlonl* can aloo obtain thin inollclnc fioo of churn o. Tills rmnndylias bocn nreparoil byttm llevcronil Pastor Koonld, iif Fort Wnvnri, ltnl.. Bltico 1S76, and IB now prepared under his direction by tbe KOENIQ MED. CO., Chicago, III. Soldby nrairirlsU'at HI per IJottlo. 0 far 85 , 8I.7S. Ollnttlesrm FREE DONALD KENNEOY Of Roxbory, Mass,, says Kennedy's Medical Discover) cure* Horrid Old Sores, Deep Seated Ulcers of 4O year* standing, Inward Tumors, and tvery disease of the skin, except Thunder Humor, and Cancer that has taken root Price ji.So. Sold by every Druggist la the U. & and C&ft.ld*. "August Flower" Perhaps you do not believe thest statements concerning Green's August Flower. Well, we can't tnak« you. We can't force conviction into your head ormed« Doubting icine into your throat. We don't Thomas. want to. The money is yours, and the misery is yours; and until you art willing to believe, and spend the ona for the relief of the other, they will stay so. John H. Foster, it at Brown Street, Philadelphia, sayai " My wife is a little Scotch woman, thirty years of age and of a naturally delicate disposition. For five or sia years past she has been suffering from Dyspepsia. She Vomit became so bad at last that she could not sit Every Moal. do\vn to a meal but she had to vomit it as soon as she had eaten it. Two bottles of your August Flower hav« cured her, after many doctors failed. Sheenti now cat anything, and enjoy it; and as for Dyspepsia, she docs not know that she ever had it." • Including liiflamatoi-y mid Musculni . J'EKMANKNTLYCUKKI, UY DR. GREGG'S BELTll ttmrrKWA FAT.LS, win.. Feb. 25. isai.--i havo hren • Krone miDuror Irom rliouiuutiHin fur inauv vrnrn. IJ>'tlio tiBuof imo ol Or. Ui-eiiK'H H.i'ii r ti Hulls' waj quickly and wi.iulurtiilly mil veil, i wonlil nm ii>l« • tin tune fin-It mill do without one. 1 untiudorit a S-V' 1 '. i" 1ot ! l . el ',, BU , ll !' r< ' rs !" di'O'am »iy talth III y.iur Uoctrlo BultH.'—John C. llaruion, Mil JUimUold HI. DR. GREGG'S Electric Belts and Appliances 1 only Htimdar.-l KoodB 111 tho inarkflt, .or all nrviiiiH and nhrnn'i? • iKeitHUi. _-- .. ••-•--"•* ">•• nw t >iv UA1TOI IQM V tnkliiK tlio Ilt-Hl <lo«o. H»id by d«aian '" Are thu limit nnd \ certain ciirnft ilootric Doll.- Hh low UN £). foot Wai-mor* SOLD IN , ENGLAND for XH. lHd« and In ' AMERiCA for 85 cents a bottle. IT TASTES GOOD. iilluneupulia MIllerHluauKiimte u Charitable Movement. MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 8.—Apian has been started here to send relief to the famine fitricken peasantry of Russia nexh January in thoshnpeof a ship load of fluur, and 5,000 merchant millers of America will IIP asked to help. The cargo will bo I5.COO Ions. FlTH.-AllFlt«*tonpml(reebyl>H.KlJ!««'«OBB4T KBIIVB KKHTOIIKII. No I'ltaader lli.uluy'i u««. Mur- Tellou) cures. Treutiuu und (2.UU triul bottle froo to VU ca»e«. Bond to IJr. Kline, (131 ArcU St., PulU., Vu. flooiflfGOLDforara bo tho flrat 100 psrsono tanllng ID the correct tniwer when the Wori' -WIFE" It flrst found In tho Blblo, wo will gin tho abut tmonntcf SOLD equally divided. Toticond 109 nillglTOOighin clog»nt Qola Sine. With rooraniworoiinl HO cents (or Six uonthi outccrlpticn to The Bomo Journal » lirjo 8-»»ge, IS column Weekly piper, Contain) aorlal Ctorios, Talmigt'i Sermoni, full, roiliclo lljrket Beporti, til tho nswi of tho weak, Fnhlcn Flatoi, Oormiondonoi bom ill over tin world, in ihort a good. Oloan Family fapor. Tho aboTO unpirallilod offotlimado lolely tolntrciuco fir piper into now homoi. We rofer to any bank i r bnslnoii bout u Lafajetto. Adiro» Poital Koto or Mcmy Order to TUOMPSON BBOB., Publlsheri. Z.AX-AYBTIIJ!. INUIANA. THE GREGG ELECTRIC CURE CO,, Bullu (SO I, filler Oi'oan Illdj,-., Clit«ii(ro. IIL IN THE SELECTION OF A CHOICE GIFT — — ^— — — -^^ •• -*»^ »••• ^^. H • • or of cm niliUllon to ono'a library, clcgnnco and UHeftiliiciia will bo found combined In WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY SUCCESSOR OF THE UNABRIDGED. Ten yearn re»l»lng. 100 odltora employed. Critical oxnmlnntlon Inrlted. Get the B*St. Bold by all Hooknollers. Pamphlet fre«. C. A C. MERR1AM t CO., SprlngHeld, Mm», . ^ THE SMALLEST PILL IN THE WOULD I I TUTT'S T ®TINY LIVER PILLS* A Imvoallthevlrtuus of tlio larger onc»| IP equally effective; purely verit Kxuct nlz0 shown In this bordur. FAT FOLKS REDUCED MM. Alia* Mnpls, Oregon, Mo., writ "Mr weight waaUflO pound*, uow It In 1 26 Ibs." For plroubirB addr«u, with 6 UKIi. Ho Vlok«r'. Thutn. OUaaaa. I IOUI5 BAGGER & CO. U and reliable rt Mblngton, 1). 0. are the oldest, moat efflolonl SOLICITOR!) Mr. C. C. Wood has contributed $125,000 to the Young Woman 1 * OlirUtUn Aasocia- 1 tion ot Brooklyn. „ The word "WIFE" U Urst found In Ihe Bible In the Second Chapter of Genesis, 2Uli Verse. Anton Rubinstein Is said to bo engaged In two Important new works. One Is an oratorio on "Moses," and the latter of au operu ou a Kussiuu theme. UcnrftTo ot blntm<-nti for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, Aa mercury will surely destroy the Betisa ol amell aaul completely Uerauge the whole system wueu entering u through tbe uiuoous jurtaoos. Bucla articles should tiever bu used except on preHOriptions from reputable physicians, at tha d»uia«e they will do is umfold to tho Kood you c»u possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Curo, manufactured by P. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, 0., coutaJui 110 mercury, ami In takou In. teraolly, «,ud act* directly upoa the blood and mucous jur'ace* of the system. In buvltig Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine! b V 5 Che UlW dTc ' *" a "** Tolw°. OWo| *SrSol4 by Prujuiliu. nrio* 7a« pt* brtU*. TI1K VANDEHIJM/rS. Onu fuiil.iirc of Uie Vauderbilt's social life is punctuality. Everything is done to the minute. If breakfast is set for 8:30, at that moment the doors are thrown open and : the guest who arrives at 8:31 finds the host and hostess seated and the meal in progress. They make a feature of being uniformly punctuu. 1 at every engagement, either of i business or social nature. This fo>- lows the old law which read "Punctuality is the virtue of kings." If people would follow some such rule with regard to their health they would find themselves greatly bene- fitted. When attacked by a cold dp not delay but at once take REID'S GERMAN Couou AND KIDNEY CUKE and be relieved at once. This great remedy contains no poison, but is a certain remedy for every form of throat and lung trouble. It contains nothing deleterious, but is salt) and wets at once. For sale by all druggists. SYLVAN RKAIKUY Co., Peoria, 111. V0CTSU MSTOU7S4? PATENTS RO PIIKO Uoak Free W.T. FITy.OKHALlJ, WABIIIXUTUN, I). 0. $65 i». iv. A month find houril, or lilgheat ou •inn und ltd dnyii credit lo AKeuU. •f.ivili.trit ^v'«.«. u . Quickly olitiilimd. No litty'« fen until ,._ I'Htent li allowed. Aclvloa uud boob iLOiiK PATBHT AoyMir, Wmlijngton, I). 0 W«k, N.rrout, Wr*t«h*d Mm AND noMKH g«t well and koep H«ll. HEALTH BKLriR t.ll, L how. Ncti.kj.tr. Bamnl. iff.lo, N. y. SICK Send at once (or our Catalogue, too testt- unonials. C. N. Newcomb, Davenport.Iowa GRATEFUL—COMFORTINO. Epps's Cocoa BREAKFAST, '•BT t thorough knowledge of th. n»tnr«l lunt urnlcb KOI urn tlii, oparktlont ol dilution .nd oatrl- HOD, .nd I)J a corttul >pplio«llou ot the flnu proper. tlM of well.»»leeted Oiiooii, Mr. K|.in lin> iiroTidxd oar br«ukfa»l Ublit wltb * dsllcutcly Onvor«d be». ertgi wliloU mu» IKT. ai manj hfiivy doctor*' bill* It li bjr Ibe jndlcloai nut of iuuh (rlloltn of din tb»t * coniillutloa m*j b. gr«dunll; built up on ill itrong euoiiRh to re»l«t titrj Undnncj- to dl»>uM lluDdreiln of «ubtl« umladlti nr. flouting around u« retdj to attack wheroxjr thor. li a wtink polut Me maj .ncup. maajr a fatal khaft bj keening uur. uliDi «•)! forllflod with pure blood and a prjiiarly kODrlib.d fram»."—"OlTll Sdrvioe Qawtte." Mad. «lmpl7 with bolllnv water or milk. Bold oolj In balf-pound lln., IIT Orocerm labelled tbut: JAM EH we* A CO.. HomosopatWc Ob«u>l.t,, Milwaukee, Doeeuibor, 1801. The store has pitched its Holiday doings to the most 'pleasing tune. Write to us or come. (Signed) Gimbel Brothers DRY GOODS, Milwaukee. $l50to$2QO£< A MONTH. uii H whlo «w»ke, I unn or woman In I «rr cciinlr In lh« U. B., I In Inlrnilucftnn Krllrlel , ... , . nobody will «low«tU-1 Oll j; i * ll »ptfd to town or country. No patent I ni»dl«liii,oreh«B|>jawHrr. FjilrndUi opcnln* tori l>'« rlKlil P«r«.n. Mood Job* ure nr»rc«l and don't null long lor tuber*. Kiim 1(1 you cun «pm-f Inn n few Imuri a wrrk, wrlli all once to U. F. JOHNSON 4 CO., Itlclinionil, Va., I (or Information al,out Ilii- blyireat tiling; on I — lompililni: ibat will opou your«yt«aud| GRip <«riiblliu Flunr i Y«U!li OWN lionr, Mriil. «J «(,T f*ht-H», d (urn, lu tho ,_ jWW io«n«-ri-Viii..... kfttplnh r I'uu.iry. Alco l'(l\VIIIt MII.I.H rKKII .MII.I.M. I'iriMil'ii-s nii'l tv.iiim.iil WILSON BROS..EA p" U (liBabled. M fe« lor Ipcrea 1 l>«rli!nr*. Writ, for l.»wi. A.W i HiiKo. WKHINUTCIN D O. * fn iu*. M T«» 'ANT Cure In It dura. No Balvui No Conimu|i(lve» and people who b*r« wenk laqgiior Ann- ran. ibould qie Pi»o'»Cur« for Contamptlon. It b»» on;. It 1» not bad to take. »tb» Mlteouyb wrup. " tnin*h«r«. ~ A WOMAN BEST UNDERSTANDS A WOMAN'S ILLS. . Tlie experiments of l<ydla B. I'lnkliam fliai v< yearn ago gave to the world (lie Vegetal)!.) Com. r pound, were made through a feeling of nymuathj ,i for the nfllloted of her aex. She illseovfrea tbut. nearly all the dUeanes uf woman have a common ' ' origin, aud may have a common euro. '" MlllA Ei PINKHAni S CompoMna l« a sure cure for all tbo*e painful ooiuplalotu und wcakneaaoa of women. Sold by all Drwggbttn an a Rtandara article/or »out b/ mall, In fortnfJ

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