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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 23, 1898
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THE tlTOft MOlK^Bi AL0OKA IOWA, Wl»NlSI)Alf, M3BMtJAft¥ 23 1898, Protection for Despots, perfectly disgraceful!" she ex- d. fiat's the matter?" inquired her Band. lere's a description of a woman 1 gets up in public and declares her! an anarchist." fell," was the rejoiner, "maybe it's the best. I believe I'd like to |women crowd the males out of the rchlst business. When they throw ibs they would not be so likely to ^anybody." A Desperate Scrape. Bank Defaulter—I would give ten years of my life to get out of this scrape. His lawyer—That's about what you will get if I don't succeed in getting you off. A Kansas literary society is to debate the question: "Is it cold or hot where Andree is now?" "Never contradict" Is the motto of the woman who successfully manages her husband. ;»« that kill are not distinguished by any mark or sign from coughs that fail to he fatal. Any cough neglected, may sap the strength and undermine the health until recovery is impossible. All coughs lead to lung trouble, if not stopped. Dr. Ayer/s Cherry Pectoral Cures Coughs. "My little daughter was taken with a distressing congli, which for three years defied all the remedies I tried. 'At length on tho urgent recommendation of a friend, I began to . give her Dr. AVER'S CIIERUY PECTORAL. After using ono bottle I found to my great surprise that she was improving. Three bottles completely cured her." — •,!. A. GRAY, Trav. Salesman Wrought Iron llango Co., St. Louis, Mo. ssg> Sn half size bottles m BO cents lunpnmUlu'onttroubloB. Send tor proof ol it. It docs not sicken or disagree with the stomach. Salo for all ages. every kind of Cough, Cold, Zifi-Grinpo, HonracncsB, Influenza, Catarrh, and all s Lon Balm, Write us, Riving nil symptoms plainly and our Physician will give CI5, a OS-pago book of "jj Sold by Druggists or sent by? FREK ADVI rccipeo and a FltEE SAMPLE. ^> ^rlce, 1O cents and 23 cents. Address Dr. B. J. KAY MEDICAL CO., (Western Office) Omaha, Neb. " " " •'A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSEFUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH Illustrated ence of farmers IN 3 OR 4 YEARS AN independence is as« sured if you take up your homo in Western Canada, the land of plenty, pamphlets, giving experi- who have become f wealthy in growing wheat, reports of | delegates, etc. , and full information as i ; to reduced railway rates, can be had on application to Department Interior, Ottawa, Canada, or to D. H. Murphy, Stratford, Iowa, and N. Bartholomew, -300 Fifth St., Des Moines, Iowa, agents of the Government of Canada. ( I ( I C I Wo wish to pain 150,000 now ona- t \ tomera, nnd honco olt'or < 1 Pkg. 13 Day Radish, lOo S 1 Pkg. Early Spring Turnip. lOo > ' 1 " KiiTllust Bod Beet, lOo t I " " Biumarck Ououmbor, lOo Q ( " Queen Victor! a Lettuce, ICo C '' Kloudyka Melon, 16o , • " Jumbo Giant Onion, loo ! " BrilUant Klowor Soeda, ISo j TVorth ei.OO, for 14 ccntu. . AlioTO 10 pkga. worth $1.00, wo will i mail you froo, togother witlt our j groat Plant nnd Soed Oataloguo ; upon receipt of this notice and He. tostago. wo invite your trade and * _inow when you onco try Salzo^s I seeds you will never Rpt nlontr with- ( out them. Potatoes at &1.5O i a.JUbl*Catalogalono5o. Ko.w. i BALZEB SKlil) CO., I,i CKOSSH, 1VIS. ( WITH DR, SETH ARNOLD'S COUGH KILLER, U. S. Capitol Souvenir Spoonn, Scarf Pins, Sleeve Buttons and Watch Chulna. Save the Maltese Cross on Outside 1 Box. You will find a Premium certificate around each bottle. Seud tho certificate and crosses to the Dr. Setli Arnold Medical Corporation, Woonsocket, R. I. All Druggists and Countrv Stores. Price, 2Sc., KOc. and $1.00 HALL'S Vegetable Sicilian Use it before your hair gets thin ancJ grayt Use it now, to prevent baldness; to remove dandruff and postpone age. 1 Get your Pension ^DOUBLE QUICK TWrltoCAPT. O'PARRELL, Person Agent, 1425 New York Avenue. WASHINGTON. D. C. Garden & FSower with u world-vide reputation. Catalog frvo to all* J< H, GREGORY & SON, Marbiehead.Mass. NEWPISCOVERY;sives __ ,_ ,_ quick relief anil cures worst cases, uend 1'or boo).' of testimonial!) uud JO days' treatment Free. Ur.ii. u. GUWB i>ON8,Atiuu(u,(;», ' TiTmnvet MIZPAII CANCEU ; lumen si IIB MEUVI i-ertoot cure ut your homo! Never lost u siuglo oaso! Wrlto SD1CINJ! CO., Monspy N Y OPIUM MORPHINE- and WHISKY HABITS. H04I1; OUUH. Mooki-'KEE. 1>U. J. f. UWBiN, iMbolJI*Bid*.. CiUUMW, III. In tlio South. Cheap. Easy Tortns. Freo Cat. 'VV.H.Cniwl'orU & Co., Southern Culnulzorn, fiashTllle, Tenn. WILL KEEP YOU DRY. Don't be fooled with a mackintosh or rubber coat. that will keep you dry in the hardest storm buy the Hish Brand Slicker. If not for sale in your town, write for catalogue to c A. J. TOWER, Doston, Mass It Cures Colds, Coughs, Sore Throat, Croup, Influenza, Whooping Cough, Bronchitisaml Asthma. A certain cure (or Consumption in first stages, and a sure relief in advanced.stages. Use at once. You will see the excellent oiled alter taking the first dose. Sold by dealers everywhere. Largo bottles 25 cents and 60 cents. THIS Y0b are constipated. We tell you what Cascarets will do. You buy a dollar's wort h—two 500 boxes, two months treatment, and if they don't do what we say they will You Get Your Dollar Back. The world's most meritorious laxative. So nice to eat, so gentle of action, never gripe, always effective. Sold entirely on merit. A booklet and sample free for the asking, ot you can buy a box for loc, 250, sac, at your drug store. Satisfaction guaranteed. 75 The Sterling Remedy Co..Chicago.Montreal.NeivYork. Un Trt BAA Sold and guaranteed to cure To- ntl'lU'uAu bucuo Habit by all druggist*. 1 18 < c jst growers of Grass and Clover S^edS : lu America. 6000 acres. OurGrasiMixturea lust w; * a lifetime. Meadows sown In April will e' v o » ' rousing crop in July. 1'rlces aJrt clieap. Maui- I moth catalogue and 11 )>lct;e. Urasa and Grains, » free for 10(! postage and (bis notice. Catalosueao. I JOHN A. BAWK« SKBU CO., J.a l'ro»se, \VU. \ FIFTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. 8ENA.T*. Washington, Feb.l4.—11ie senate devoted almost foiif houts in executif e session today to the consideration of tho Hatvniian treaty. The principle Speech was made by Senatar Pettitfrerr, this being the third installment of his remarks on the subject. Teller and Proctor made brief remarks. White, of California tried to get a vote on the treaty, but Davis said he could not say •when the debate would cease. HOTJSB The house adopted •without division a resolution calling on the state department for information as to the conditions existing in Cuba and particularly _ns to the con centradocs. A joint resolution, aocepting the invitation of Norway to an ititei 1 - natioual fisheries exposition at Bergen, Norway, from May to September, 1898, was adopted. The remainder of the day vras devoted to tho District of Columbia business. SEKATE. Washington, Feb. 15.—The senate to-day after a warm debate, adopted a resolution asking tho attorney general to explain whether ho had abandoned the plan to purchase the Kansas,Pacific and had asked tho appointment of a receiver for the road, as i-cported; also whether the government had agreed not t<j be a bidder. HOUSE. • Ijoud's bill to make it unlawful to transmit through tho mails private postal cards with a 1-cent stain]) affixed, passed. A bill was passed empowering registers and re- ceivei's of general land qfiicos to issue subpoenas and compel attendance. A bill was passed repealing tho statute requiring af- jtlrnmtivo proof of loyalty by the holders of bounty or land warrants. SENATE. Washington, Feb. IT.—Tho fortifications appropriation bill was debated at length, slightly amended and passed. HOUSE. House spent tho day in debating tho bankruptcy bill. SENATE. Washington, Feb. 17.—The senate passed Turpio's resolution declaring tho sale ol tho Kansas Pacific railroad should not bo confirmed unless the debt and interest duo the United States be paid by tho purchasers in full. Allen introduced a resolution instructing the committee on naval affairs to investigate the Maine disaster. Tho resolution went over until to-morrow. HOUSE. The debate on the bankruptcy bill was continued today. SENATE. Washington, Feb. 18.—Allen's resolution directing the committee on naval affairs to investigate tho disaster to tho battleship Maine came up and Mason proposed a substitute providing for an investigation to bo conducted by a joint committee of the two branches of congress. Mason said the people demanded the truth and would not bo satisfied with an investigation conducted by the ofllcers of the navy. Tho resolution went to the calendar. HOUSE. The bankruptcy bill was debated during almost tho entire session. A resolution appropriating a sum to enable the navy department to save as much as possible from the wrecked battleship Mainopassed. HPUSE. Washington, Feb. 19.—After four days of consideration tho house today passed the bankruptcy bill, reported by tho house committee on judiciary as a substitute for the Nelson bill passed by the senate at tho extra session last summer. The bill is known as the Henderson bill and contains both voluntary and involuntary features. It is considered less drastic than the measure passed by tho last house by u vote of 157 to 87. Tho involuntary feature, however, had but 10 majority. Arrival of n Spanish Win-ship. Nisw Yoim, Feb. 19.—The Spanish war-ship Viscuya, which was sent to New York as a reply to the sending 1 of the Maine to Havana, has arrived. Rear Admiral Bunco has g-iven orders for a strict patrol in order that no one can approach the vessel to do it dam. age. ^ In tho Legislature. SENATE. Dos Moines, Fob. 19.—Garst filed a motion to reconsider the vote by which the board of control bill was made a special order for March 3. The bill in relation to tho I'oo for dofeiiding criminals charged with murder was recommitted to tho judiciary committee. Pusey's bill providing that in cities of tho first class a 2-mill water tax shall not be levied, unless such proposition has boon voted on by tho people, was passed. Tho bill permitting tho owner of u pharmacy to change the location of his store on order of the district court, was passed. HOUSE. Tho house transacted no business, but t \venty-siyyen members being present. IOWA PATENT OFFICE REPORT. DBS MOIXKS, Feb. 18.—Wo beg- the indulgence of some of our .patrons for delays that occur in the preparation and prosecution of their applications when crowded with work as we are at present. The work of examination in the United States patent office is now iu arrears in the different divisions varying from one to seven months. A patent has been allowed to C. IJolmsbelm, of Waverly, la., for an improvement in his centrifugal cream separator that has been successfully placed upon the market. lie now combines a series of bell-shaped partitions with the separating bowl and provides each partition with a fixed tube to serve as n milk conductor and to retain the partitions apart. We have prepared and filed in the United States patent office at Washington an application for Grant Jacobs, of Des Moiiies. for an automatic wagon brake by which the hold-back force of horses is utilized to apply brake shoes to the reav wheels on a down grade, and to remove them from the wheels when tho wagon is moved backward by tho sumo force. Valuable information about obtaining, valuing and selling patents sent free to any address. TUOMAH O. Oinvia & Co., Solicitors of Patents. There is a river within that is ever warring with its shores. Cute littlo shoes, intended for dogs, arc made and sold in London. They are of chamois, with light leather soles. They are only worn indoors, and are to protect polished floors from ticratchcs. To acquire the right to vote in North Dakota, a man imist have been a resident of the state for at least one year; to sue for a divorce, ho needs only to have been there ninety days. Twenty-one recent murders in Paris, committed for purposes of plunder, yielded an average profit of only §10.37 to each assassin. In. most cases the murderers were caught and forfeited their lives. There's a land not far awajr-*>. in the heart of yonder hill— . "Where all day the children play,' And there's never one dare say That the child at play does ill. There's a land not far away Where 'tis never time for bed{ Where the grown-up folk obey What the smallest children say-' Or go straight to bed Instead. Ah, my children, come away To this land that I will show, Where the only duty's play, And you never hear a Nay From the dawn to sunset glow. Come away! Come away! Learn to play! —New York Weekly. Custom CnncB Decided. The general appraisers of goods passing through the Custom House have made several decisions lately which, until passed upon by tho Secretary of tho Treasury, will hold good. But while there is stability In that quarter, no system failing in strength can bo properly sustained without tho aid of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, a genial tonic and remedy for malaria, rheumatism, dyspepsia, constipation and biliousness. ^ A Sudden Dentil. "It wasn't my shot that Idled this cuss who refused to drink with me,*' said Redhanded Ike. "What then?" asked the court. "Fright, judge. Ho knew ho temperance man could hope to live in theso parts long." NO KLONDYKE FOU ME I Thus says E. Walters, Le Raysvillc, Pa., who grew (sworn to) 252 bushels Salzer's corn per acre. That means 35,200 bushels on 100 acres at 30c a bushel, equals ?7,C60. That is better than a prospective gold mine. Salzer pays $400 in gold for best name for his 17- inch corn and oats prodigy. You can win. Seed potatoes only $1.50 a barrel. Send This Notice anil 1 (> CtB. in Stamps to John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., and get free their seed catalogue and 11 new farm seed samples, including above corn and oats, surely worth ?10, to get a start. w.n.b. IMislieel for Time. Englishman—"I say, ye knaw, what's the bookage to Boston?" Railroad ticket clerk—"The what* age?" Englishman—"The bookage, ye knaw —the tariff. What's th' tariff?" Ticket clerk—"I haven't time to talk politics." "Worth lt» Weight In Gold." "I am an old lady 07 yonrs old. I have boon troubled for ^0 years with constipation, indigestion and nloopless nights, but smco inking Dr. Kay's Renovator I can Bleep like a child and am not troubled in the lortst with the above named diseases. Your Dr. Kay's Renovator is worth its weight iu gold." Signed Mrs. D. A. McCoy. 711 Wo. 2?'th St., Omaha. Dr. Kay's Renovator and also Dr. Kay's Lung Balm havo no equal. If you havo any disease write us and give your symptoms and our physician will bond free advice and a valuable bS page book with fit) recipes and giving symptoms and various methods of treatment of nearly all diseases. Will also send a free sample of Dr. Kay's Renovator or Dr. Kay's Lung Balm. Address Dr. B. J. Kay Medical Co., (Western Office) Omaha, Neh. A bill will probably be introduced in the British parliament prohibiting masters and mistresses, from exacting more than ten hours a day of work from domestic servants. MotJicr Gray's 8wcot PowdorH for Children Successfully used, by Mother Gray nurse in the Children's Home in Now York, Cure Fevcrishncss, Bad Stomach, Teething Disorders, move and reg'iilatc the Bowels and Destroy Worms, Over 10,000 testimonials. TIIEY NKVicit FAIT,. At all druggists, S5c. Sample FREE. Ad. Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. There are already twenty candidates in the field for the place of director of the bureau of American republics, made vacant by the death of Joseph P. Smith. TonWooks for Ten Centa. That big family paper, tho IM.UBTJIATKU WEEKLY SRNTINKI,, of Denver, Colo., (founded 18(10), will bo sent ten weeks on trial for 10 cents; clubs of 0, fiOc; 13 for SI.00. Special offer solely to introduce the paper. Latest mining news and illustrations of scenery; also true stories of love and adventure. Address as above and mention this paper. Stamps taken. "Women whom you ought to endeavor to please cannot forgive a vulgar and awkward air !lnd gestures," was the great Chesterfield's reason for men's learning to dance. Don't Tobacco >'plt mid finoUo Tour Mfo . To qtjit tobacco easily and forever, lie magnetic, full of life unrve and vigor, take No-To-Bnc, the wonder worker, that makes weak men strong. All druggists, 50o or $1. Cure guaranteed. Booklet and wimple fren AddreKB Starling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. "A barking dog will never bite, They tell us, and, by jinks, I guess by this same token that A talking person never thinks." Tamo's Family Medicine. Moves the bowels each clay. In ordet to p be healthy this is necessary. Acts gently on the liver and kidneys. Cures sick headache. Price, 25 and 50c. Philip in passing sentence on two rogues, ordered one of them to leave Macedonia with all speed, and the other to try and catch him. I boliovo my prompt uso of Piso's Curo prevented quick consumption.—Mrs. Lucy Wallace, Marquctte, Kans., Doc. 13, "J5. "I cured my husband of finding fault with the coffee." "How?" "I let him make it himself one morning." Coc'a CoiiRls IJalimm Is tho oldestaiul bust. It will liroalr up a colil quicker than unylliliiy I'lsu. It i* ulwu.vs rallublu. Try it. The English language of today has no resemblance to that of 1,000 years ago. PITS Pormanontl.vOurou.jSTofits or iiorvousnossaftoi first d:iy's ufto of Dr. Kliuu'u Uroab Norvu Kustorer. Bond for F11E13 $£.00 trial bntllo mid troutim). »K. E. II. Ki.iNK.Ua..831 Arch St.. J'hiliuiolphia, Fa. The Kindly Man—Why stand ye idle here? The Other Man—De benches in de park's bein' painted. Star Tobacco Is tlie leaumg 'brand of *he world, because it is the best. A JOYSTJL MOTHER 0$ Mrs. Piakham Declares that In the Light of Modern Science no Woman Need , There are many curable catises for ity in women. One of the most common is general debility, accompanied by a peculiar condition of the blood. I Care and tonic treatment of the fe* male organs relieve more cases .of sup* posed incurable barrenness than any! other known method. This is why '| Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- 5' pound has effected so many cures; its tonic properties are directed especially to the nerves which supply the uterine system. Among other catises for sterility or barrenness are displacements of the womb.' These displacements are caused by lack of strength in the ligaments supporting the womb and the ovaries; restore these, and the difficulty ceases,') Here, again, the Vegetable Compound works Wonders. See Mrs. Lytle's letter, which follows in this column. Go to the root of the matter, Restore tho strength of the nerves and the tone of the parts, and nature will do the rest. Nature has no better ally than this Compound, made of her own healing and restoring herbs. Write freely and fully to Mrs. Pinkham. Her address is Lynn, Mass. She will tell you, free of charge, the cause of your trouble and what course to take. Believe me, under right conditions, you have a fair chance to become the joyful mother of children. The woman whoso letter is here published certainly thinks so: "I ain more than proud of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and cannot find words to express the good it has done me. I was troubled very badly with the leucorrhcca and severe womb pains. From tho time I was married, in 1883, until last year, I was under the doctor's care. We had no children. I have had nearly every doctor in Jersey City, and have been to Belvin Hospital, but all to no avail. I saw Mrs. Pinkham's advertisement in tho paper, and have used five bottles of her medicine. It has done more for me than all tho doctors I ever had. It has stopped iny pains and has brought mo a fine little girl. I have been well ever since my baby was born. I heartily recommend Mrs. Pinkham's medicine to all women suffering from sterility."— Mns. LUCY LYTI.TC, 255 Henderson St., Jersey City, N. J. Cclcl»rat,lii(j Ills Deliverance. "Herbert," asked the young wife timidly, "is this the kind of mince pie your mother used to make?" "No, dear," answered tho young husband. "My mother never made mince pies. She was a health reform lecturer." And Herbert helped himself to a second cut. AN OPEN LETTER TO MOTHERS. Wo aro assorting In tlio courts our riplit to tho exclusive use of tho word "CASTORIA," and "PlTCHKH'SGASTORIA/'ttsourTnuloMark. I, Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was tho originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," tho samo that has boi'no and does now boar tho fao-simlle signature of CHAS. H. FLETCHER on every wrapper. This is the original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA" which has been used in tho homos of the mothers of America for over thirty years. Look carefully at the wrapper and see that it is "tho Itind you havo always bought," and has tho signature of CHAS. H. FLETCHER on tho Wrapper. No one has authority from me to uso my name except Tho Centaur Company of whicn Chas. H. Fletcher is President. March 8. 189T. SAMUEL PITCHER. M. D. Two-thirds of the 20,000 Washington government clerks are women, who receive from $600 to §1,800 yearly. rtH Ciinnol, Bo Cured oy local applications as they cannot roach the diseased portion of tho oar. There is only one way to euro deafness and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inllamcd condition of the mucous lining of thoEusttichianTube. When this tube is inflamed you luivo a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and wheu it is entirely closed deafness is tho result, and unless tho inilamatiou can bo taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever; nine cases out of ton aro caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars freo. F. J. CHENEY, & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggist 7!>c. Hull's Family Pills aro the best. Southern blood runs hot. At a ro- cent dance in West Virginia a belle of the evening shot the man who stepped on her foot and failed to apologize. From litiliy la this Ilijjli Cliulr Co grandma in the rocker Grtiin-O is good for the whole family. It is the long'-dcsired tiiibstitutc for coffee. Never upsets the nerves or injures the digestion. Made from pure grains, it is a food in itself. Has the taste and appearance of the best coffee at % the price. It is a genuine and scientific article and is come to stay. It makes for health and strength. Ask your grocer for Grain-O. Mrs. William Ewart Gladstone, who has passed her 86th birthday, is still full of active life. Only a short time ago she opened a servants' ball by dancing with the butler. Itciiury IB illonil I)e«p. Clean blood makes n clean skin. No beauty without it. Cascarets Candy Cathartic cleans your blood and keeps it clean, by stirring up the lu/.y liver and driving all impurities from the body. Begin to-day to banish pimples, |ipi|s, blotches, blai;kliemls, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarots,—beauty for toil cents. All druggists, tatisfactiou guaranteed, H), 1^5, 50c. Last year 456,939 persons were condemned In the German empire for crimes and violation of the laws; 44,212 of them were under 18 years old. Man is an imitative creature, and whoever is foremost J'jads the herd.-— Schiller. Crescent Motel, Eurokn Springs,'Ark., Opeus March 1st. lu heart of pzurk Mountains, climate mild and bracing, scenery wild and beautiful. Unequalled medicinal waters. 'Excursion rates, through sleepers, via Frisco Ijino. Address Manager Crescent, Eureka Springs, or Geo. T. Nicholson, G. P. A., Frisco Line, St. Louis, Mo. A yeoman wants credit for everything Even Noah's wife claimed that the ark was built at her suggestion. fills, WInsJotv'8 Soothing Syrup For children teuthiHK sol tens tho nuiau.ivihK'na lluyti puiii, cures wiiid uullc. 3D couta tv bottlo, The Rev. "Sam" Jones, the evangelist makes $30,000 a year. Tho Horrible School. "Now would you call Dauber an im« prcslonlBt?" "No," replied the other. "From mj knowledge of his work I should cal) him a depressionist." OH, WHAT SPLENDID COFFEB. Mr. Goodman, Williams Co., 111.,, writes: "From one package Salzer'a German Coffee Berry costing 15c I grew 300 Ibs. of better coffee than I can buy in stores at 30 cents a Ih." A package of this and big seed cata« logue is sent you by John A. Salzes Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., upon receipt of 15c stamps and this notice, w.n b. In New York the sanke-skin craz^ is the latest fashion's fad. A pair ol suspenders made of this cast-off 'covi ering was the present recently given a young man by a lady friend. Conservative investors can largely increaso their income by placing their accounts in ray hancls. Twenty years of Wall struct experience, In addition to reliable INSIDK INVOUMA- TION, enables mo to advise you most successfully. Write for particulars, which ara intcrestinir to those having monoy to invest CnAHLBs HUGHKS, Investment Brolsar.lO Wall Street, Now York City. If I can hav plenty- ov mackrel foi brekfasst i can generally make the oth-i er two meals out ov water.—Josh JB11' lings. TO JJUKE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Talto Laxative Bromo Quinine TablQts. AIJ Druggists refund the money if it. fails tocure. 2aa It is a pretty general belief in China that the women who wear short hail will in a future state he changed into men. Educate Your IJowols Wltli GusoarotB Candy Cfitlinrtla euro constipation forever. lOoi 2!>e. It C. C. C. luil clniKKiMa refund money. When asked if man sprang from the ape, a youth replied, "No, but woman springs from the mouse." Over 1,000,000 men work in the coal mines of the world. Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and aeta gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and ISowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro» duced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in. its action and truly beneficial in ita effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 cent bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute, miFQRm FSQ mup SAN FRANCISCO, QAL. iouisviuf, W, ttew wax, W, N - Moines, No. 9— 1898, WUeu Aqsweomj Advertisements Kiuaiy Mention This Bunch all the worst pain? In lump like this i

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