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EIi DIES MDINES, , IOWA, WEDNESDAY; MAY 10 1893, I Mr. Geo. TF. Tivtat Coloma, Wis. All Run Down A Puzzling Case — How Health was Restored G alned fromUSB to no Pounds. "A few years ago my health failed me «nd I consulted several physicians. Not one could clearly diagnose my case and their medicine failed to give relief. After much persuasion I commenced to ta'io Hood's Sareaparllla. Have taken several bottles and am much Improved. From an •11 run down condition. I have been restored to good health. Formerly I weighed HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES. 135 pounds, now I balance the scales at 170 pounds. Hood's Sarsaparilla has been a great benefit to me, and! have recommended it to friends, who realize good results by its use." GEO. W.' TWIST, Coloma, Waushara Co., Wis., . * HOOD'S PILLS cureHver ills, sick head aclie,jiiur.dlL'e, indigestion. Try a box. 25 c. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live better than others and enjoy life more, with Jess expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the'needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of. the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. ^ , Its excellence is due to its pvesenting in the form most acceptable find pleasant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from •very objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs ia for sale by all druggists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is manufactured by the California Fig Syruji Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will not accept any substitute if Cnres Consumption, Coughs, Orpnp, Throat. Sold by all Druggists on a Guanntao. for » Lama Side, Back or Chest Shlloh'i Porou PUlttr will gJTO (real satisfaction.—«J erattv THE BEST la tbe beet Blood Medicine, becaua it assists nature tu throw oil the 1m puritieaof tbe blood, and at tliesanu time tones up the entire organism. This Is ju» MBtrary to the effect of the various potash, met oury, earsaparllla mixtures, which bottle up tb> impurities in the system, thus producing rnucj IIckneBS and suffering. Therefore, for a BLOOD MEDICINE f on cannot do better than take 8.8.8. "As a physiJan, I have prescribed and use* I. B. 8. in my practice as a tonic, and for bloot (roubles, and have been very successful. I nevoi Died a remedy -which gave such general satisfao Bon to myself and patients. » L. U. RITCHY, M. D.^ackey, Ind." Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailed free a- SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. [From 1510 PC Ibs loutb. Harm- nil (by |,r«c- tlclug jilivslclun). No starving. f iou.HnniU cured. Sent! ftc Iu litniimsi l'\ SNYITEK, HI. 1)., Mail PeiVtT'ify OPIUM PEST POLISH IN THE WORLP, A GAMBLER'S BRAVE ACT. He Oaves His Life to Save a Toddling Guild ^1-6'nl Dratli. ! "It was out iu Texas some years ago that I witnessed ns. grand an act of heroism In its way as ever was pei 1 formed in this world," said the man of many expediences to the crowd in the hotel rotunda. "The man was u 'tough.' as they are willed, n. gambler, nnd a bar room loafer, and with as little of tho heroic and grand about him as you can well imagine, but he gave his life to save from posiblo harm a little toddling, curly haired child with .eyes like bits of heaven. The way of it was Hint' he and another gambler* had had a quarrel 1he day before and had sworn to kill each other on sight, winch mutual threat was carried back and forth by the men always to he found on such an occasion, and who' in my mind are as much murderers in fact as Hie principals in the affair. "Well, townird sunset these two came .in sight of each other, one on one side of the narrow village street and the other on the opposite. Both pulled our their revolver and the exchange of shots commenced, when everybody cleared from behind the men to one side out of the wny of stray bullets. That Is, every one except the baby, who had slipped from the mother's arms as breathlessly she watched (lie duel to dealli. The little thing ran out into the street, and before any one was aware of it or could Slop it, was right between the firing men. The gambler on the left suiw it then, and cried out, 'Stop shooting, Ben, until the kid's out of danger. We can finish this thing then,' and lowered his own weapon, but the other fellow merely glanced at the child and continued to pour his murderous fire into the enemy, who gazed back at him with a look of unutterable contempt, while the on-looking crowd, not daring to emulate his courage and rash between them to snatch the little one from danger, cheered him till he fell, a ball having found its way to his heart at last. "Afterwards I went up to him as he lay covered will) a sheet on the floor of a saloon, and, drawing down the cloth, gazed on the quiet face. 'The child was his?' I s:iid to one beside me. " 'No, sir,' was the reply. 'Wasn't no kin to him. But wasn't he a brave one? My!' "And the other, whose deed ordinarily would luuve gone unpunished, had to flee tho town that night to escape lynching." SELECTED RECEIPTS. More' Good Things Which the Housewife Should Know. Extra Good Lemonade.—"I learned a new thing," said a. woman recently, "while visiting an English friend who is living in this country. We had a small dance one evening of my stay, and my hostess served the most delicious lemonade I ever drank. I spoke of it the next day, and she told me it was made with freshly boiled water —the secret, she said, of thoroughly good lemonade. 'I have a regular rule,' she further informed me, 'which insures success if I am making a quart or a gallon. For n quart I take the juice of three lemons, using the rind of one of them. I am careful to peel the rind very thin, getting just the yellow outside; this I cut into pieces, and put with the juice and powdered sugar, of which I use two ounces to the quart, in a jug or jai- with- a cover." When tho water is just at the tea point, I pour it over the lemon and sugar, cover at once and let it get cold. Try this way once, and you will never make it any other way." " She Had Been Told of One. From Life: While they sewed for the bazaar the conversation had turned to ilie subject of woman, her rights and Wrongs, what she should do and be, and what- she should not, the merits and shortcomings of a good many absent, friends not being neglected. "Oh,' well," remarked Mrs. Xolit, as she finished stitching a fourteen- inch collar on to a night shirt that would otherwise have fitted John L. Sullivan, and begun basting a sleeve in the wrong armhole of a childs dress, which from its unnatural proportions was evidently intended for a new variety of humanity—'-'Oh, Avell! no doubt there never was an altogether perfect woman. Did you ever hear of one, Mrs. Meek?" "Yes," quietly replied a> patient-looking little woman, who had not been taking much part in the discussion, "there was one—I've often heard of her—but she's dead now.' She WHS my husband's first wife." . Her? It la. To : the man who labors with his lianil^, pn'yslcal trouble Is a very serious thing. It is not merely the pain he endures, racking nnd tormenting as it is, but the prospective loss of time, money and place haunts him and aggravates Ills .sintering. He Is bent on having prompt relief and sure cure. He wonts the best nnd the proof nnd here It is: —Mr. W. H. Schroeder, Gilbertville, Iowa, stated April 10, 1884, that he had used St. Jncobs Oil In his stables for horse complaints nnd upon himself for rheumatism, and had found It the best remedy he had ever tried. Again, Feb'y 11, 1887, ho writes: "I have used St. Jacobs OH for rheumatism nnd sore back, as stilted, and It cured; nnd for burns and bruises It does its work ns recommended to do. I always keep It In the house and recommend It to my neighbors."—Mr. John Garbutt, 05G Minna St., San Francisco, Cal., writes: "Some time back I sprained iny knee and suffered agony until I tried St. Jacobs Oil. The result was a speedy and permanent cure."—Miss Ida M. Fleming, 7 S. Carey St., Baltimore, Md., snys: ''I had been nflllcted for two years with neuralign, and tried every means to get rid of the tormenting disease. I had been given so much quinine that my nervous system was seriously injured. I was advised to use St. Jncobs Oil, which I did, and it relieved me entirely. Burglars secured $1,000 from the safe of tho Canada Lumber company at Snow Road, Out., and then escaped on a hand car. James Parkinson, assistant secretary of the Big Four mine at Cciitralia, 111., was instantly killed by a switch engine, at that place. Airs. Adam Kaump, an early settler of Plattfivllle*, dropped dead while making some purchases at n. grocery store. She was 70 years of age. Mrs. Fannlo Llgnam, 141 rtlolt St., New York Oily, nmkis a uiliaiulouocure of her rheumatlnn. Snu writes: "1 owe unspeakable and never to be lorgotten Rruiltiide to Salvation Oil. It made a miraculous cure of my rheumatism A series of revival meetings will be held at Oshkosh under the supervision of Evangelist Williams, who created such n stjr at Racine recently. Unlike the Dutch Process No Alkalies — OB— Other Chemicals are used In the preparation of W. BAKER & CO.'S reaktastCocoa wJUoh is absolutely pure and soluble, It has morothan three times the strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or _ Sugar, and Is far more economical, coating less than one cent a cup. It is delicious, nourishing, and BASIL? DIGESTED. Sold by Grocers everywhere. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. Perfect Baby Health ought to mean glowing health throughout childhood, 'and robust health in the years to come. When we see in children tendencies to weakness, we know they are missing the life of food taken. This loss is overcome by Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, with Hypophos- phites, a fat-food that builds up appetite and produces flesh at a rate that appears magical. Almost as palatable as milk. Prepared by Scott «t Bowne, N. Y. All druggists. (JO NOT BE DECEIVED with Pastes, JSnamols, and Paints which Btain the hunds, iujuvo tUo iron,"and bum rod, The Rising Sm> Stove Polish is Bril- Jiarit, Qdprloss, and puvable. Each paplf age contains sis: ovmeo3; when moistened wll make Severn boxes ol Paste Pollsji, ,(AS AN ANNUAL SALE OF 3,OQO TONS, Cream Chocolate Pudding.—One pint' of milk, one-half cup of sugar, four eggs, four tablespooufuls of corn starch, two ounces of chocolate, one teaspoou- ful of vanilla. Put tho chcolato In a saucepan and stand It over the teakettle to melt; stir until perfectly smooth. Put the milk on to.boil in farina boiler; moisten the corhsturch with a little cold water (about a quarter cup) and add it to the boiling milk; .cook and stir until thick and smooth. Beat tho whites of the eggs to a stiff froth; add •the sugar to the milk, then the whites, and beat all well together over the fire. Take from the fire, add tho vanilla. Now take out one-third of the mixture, add to it the chocolate; mix well. Dip a, plain pudding mould into cold water, put in the bottpin of it half tho wlilto mixture, then all the dark and:then (lie remainder of the white. Staind on the ice for three hours to harden. Servo with vanilla sauce poured around it. It is expected that -400 members of the thirty-second Wisconsin regiment wlU^ attend tno reunion to be held at Rlpon in June, MlLWAUKKB, Carpets If you are a housekeeper you will hardly care to ignore this store when time for getting Carpets arrives. Not all people who trade in this establishment realize that above the second floor is a stock oj Carpetings that has dimensions of great interest and that as a money saving corner it has no peer in this state. Kinds that have a touch of grace and beaxity rarely met anywhere. They are selected with as much care to right colorings an d right combination of tones as the most reiined silks. -Why not a carpet have the same blending grace ? Body Brussels $1.00 a yard to $1.25. They are the backbone of the carpet .took. Prices: Heavy Tapestry Brussels, 60 to 70c, Best Moquettos, 1.00, 1.15 and 1.45. Best Body Brussels, 1.00,1.15 and 1.25. Best Ingrain, 40c, 50c, Coo to 75e. Best Axmiusters and Wiltons, 1.58 and 2.25. GJMBEL BROTHERS, Milwaukee, JOIINWV . ;Lvr* I u k'.st w'tti'. _ , „ „ „ . 0, essfully Prosecutes Claims. aipalEjtamluor U.S. Penaiou Bureau. ' mUtatiii); clulmu, utty eluce. WIS When the Royal Baking Powder'makes finer and more wholesome food at a less cost, which every housekeeper familiar with it will Affirm, why not discard altogether the old- fashioned methods of soda and sour milk, or home-made mixture of cream of tartar and soda, or the cheaper and inferior baking powders, and use it exclusively? CROKTtfl A JOURNALIST. The New York Politician to Expound His Favorite Doctrines. New York, April 20.—Rlolmrd Crokcr, it is snltl, will shortly start a publication to be called tho New York American, and Its columns will be devoted In the main to politics and the turf. George IT. Dickinson, a well-known sporting writer, is mentioned as editor of the new paper. It is understood that the capital stock of $100,000 has been subscribed by Oroker, Mike Dwyer and a few other sporting political gentlemen. Thieves entered the residence of Mrs. W. P. Swift, nt West' Superior, nnd stole a gold watch and considerable silverware. A Splendid Offer The National Portrait Society 0,3 W. 14th St., New York, offer great Inducements for portrait painting in the advertising column of this paper. Judge Ray Reed, of Hudson, has commenced suit against James John- sou, of New Rlichmoud, for alleged slander. ANOTHER WHISKEY WAR. Chicago, April 20.—-By the action of the meeting of the directors of the American Distillers and Cattle Feeding association today it Is more than probable that one of the most gigantic lights ever witnessed in the whiskey market Is inaugurated. The action was the determination to Issue bonds to meet the necessary expense of buying cut the present distributors of the company's products and if this cannot be accomplished then to make the company its own distributor and establish plants throughout the country, which such a step involves. BBKCIUM'S PILLS enjoy the largest BBIS of any Iir.prit'liiry medlclno in tlie world, .Made only Iu Si. Helens, Kmjlaud. The competitive examination in the third congressional district for a cadetship at West Point will take place at Mansion on May 31. 'August Flower" "What is August Flower for?" As easily answered as asked. It la for Dyspepsia. It is a special rem* edy for the Stomach and Liver.— Nothing more than this. We believe August Flower cures Dyspepsia. We know it will. We have reasons for knowing it. To-day it has an honored place in every town and country store, possesses one of the largest manufacturing plants in the country, and sells everywhere. The reason is simple. It does one thing, and does it right. It cures dyspepsia* IWKS BALSAM ; : THE^ :ei World's Fair Number. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION publishes this week an Extra World's Fair Number of 36 Pages, with 60 Illustrations, and a cover iu Ten Colors. This is the largest and most elaborate number that has ever been published by THE COMPANION during the sixty-seven years ot its history. Whether you go to the Fair or stay at home you should have this number. It will be sent free to any new subscribr received in May with $1.75 for a year's sub. scrlptlon. It can also be obtained of news dealers, or by sending TEN CENTS to The Youth's Companion, Boston, Mass. ABOVE EVERYTHING ELSE, Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery purifies the blood. By_ this means, it reaches, builds up, and Invigorates every part of the system For every blood-taint one. 'disorder, and for every disease that conies from an inactive liver or impure blood, it is the only remedy so sure and effective that it can be guaranteed. If it fails to benefit or cure, you have your money back. These diseases are many. They're different in form, but they're like in treatment. I House up the torpid liver into healthful action, thoroughly purify and enrich the blood, and there's a positive cure. The "Discovery" does this, 'us nothing else can. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Biliousness; all Bronchial, Throat, and Lung Affections; every form of Scrofula, even Consumption (or Lung-scrofula) in its earlier stages; and the most stubborn Skin and Scalp Diseases, ore completely cured by it. ^•MMM'fuii'iuLiiuymii^l^MMi^— It Onrei Goldi,Congh>,8ore Tliro»t,Cronp,Infla«a. »,Whooping dough, Bronohttli and Asthma. 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I EWIS'98°oLYE I I'owdered mid P«rTom*d» L, (PATENTED,) , Tho sJroHffflsi and purest Lye ineufd •'; Unlike other Lye, it being a fin* /.: powder and imckeii in a can with *•"' romova le lid, the contents arc always ready for use. Will mult* the bast perfumed Hard Soap in 91 uiluutee without boiling. It is th« best for cleansing wnste-plpei, disinfecting Biuku, clonetB, walls' ing bottles, paiuta, treei, eta. I'ENNA. SALT M'l'"U CO. Gen. Agts., Phil*., Fa. —-_ . _«..« uu »» VU v.^ «. fuubug...!'.. or tintype of yourself or any member of your family, living or dead, ana W e will make from same one of our emarijod lire-like portraits together, with frame complete, ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE, This offer is made In order to Introduce our portralta and frames In your vicinity, for one of our fine portraits placed In your home will do us more good than any other advertisement. This ofler is made IN GOOD FAIT!I und we will forfeit ON15 HUNDRED dollars to anyone sending us a photograph and not securing hit) portrait and frame FREE as per tills offer. We guarantee the return of your photo, BO have no four of losing It. Address all your letters to National Portrait Society, 63 and 65 W. 14th Street, New Y ';, N. Y. References: All banks and Express COB. In New York and Brooklyn, Put your iminu nnd addreaa back of photo. W. L, DOUGLAS S3 SHOEi REV. H. P. CARSON, Scotland, Dak., says: "Two bottles of Hall's Catarrh Cure complete ly cured my little girl." W. H. GRIFFIN, Jackson, Michigan, writes: "Suffered with Catarrh for fifteen years, Haii'e Catarrh Cure cured me." ALBERT BURCH, West Toledo, Ohio, says: "Hall's Catarrh Cure saved my life." CONDUCTOR E. D. LOOMIS, Detroit, Mich., says: "The effect of Hall's Catarrh Cure'is wonderful." E, A, ROOD, Toledo, Ohio, says: "Hall's Catarrh Cure cured my wife of catarrh fifteen years ago and she has had no return of it. 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L, Douglu Shoei, My namo and price It stamp* [ w tin bottom, look for It when you buy, Take no tub , dibit*, I nnd ihoei by mall upon receipt of prlc*, pottag* free, whin Shoe Dealer* cannot supply n* >WtIi.POPQlJLB, Brockton, If MI. , ' TMj Trade Mark is oo tho bert WATERPROOF COA1 in the World I A. J. TOWER,_ BOSTON. MASS, 1 40,OOO,OOO Earned by the Boll T»iepaa(ia Patent in ISUi. Tour invention uisiy be valuable You uhoulij protect It by patent. Add tee 8 for full partiuu'ari) auu lutelliaeut ad.'ise, Iree r f clmrue. W. \V. PUOI- «• V * OO. Solicltiirf of Patents, Pacific Bld'g, ««2 B 1 . fit , N. W. Mention (his paper 'Watilitugtoii, U. O* L

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