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, The highest claim for other j \. tobacco^ is "Just as good as Durham." Every old smoker knows there is none just as good as Blackwell's BULL DURHAM Smoking Tobacco Von will find one coupon inside each two ounce bag, ana two coupons inside each four ounce bag of Blackwell's Durham. Buy a bag of this celebrated tobacco and read the i \ coupon—which gives a list I ' of valuable presents and how to get them. A PI.NB BODY RICH AND ELEGANT FLAVOR AB30LUTELY PURE Such i» tU "OLD PROCESS." SOUR-MASH, tho ft. CUMMINS & Co. Kald Only by Drugg-lits Which for 35 years has been madn at the 'old-fashioned dli- tlllcry at Loretto, Ky. Each bottle bears the certificate of Chemist Hurty, of Indl- cnapolls, as to ABSOLUTE PURITY and HIGH MEDICINAL VA'.'JE. SOLU CONTROLLERS AND DISTRIBUTERS. IN THE WORL.P P*r k««pln«r th* System In * Healtny Condition. CURES Hoodao* o QURES Constipation^ Aota on th* Uv*r and Kidney*. Purlfl** «*; •toad, Dlnpols Colds and Favors, Baauttflm tho Complexion and fc 1 Ptoaalnff and Rufr«»hlnff tn the Taste. ' SOLO «r *u. omiaanrt, WA nicely l)laxt;at«d el*ht7-f>ar* Idnt*U Story Book «H«n .to erorj porekaMr*« UMti|i if T'a-rln'" T Ptlc«:i5c. A»kj»«<nw«l«,«c Liacaur Tx* C*. Cart Wan* tat For sale by B. F. KEESLING. WISCONSIN'S HOLY HILL. (* 1-amoiu Pi M « of pilgrimage for Thom- F landa of B«ll«ver». If Twenty thousand or more pilgrims irom tie United States visit Holy Hill, IjnA, yearly. Although the miraculous hwults of these pU^rlmag-es are no* ,Wnched for by the Catholic ohurch, jet many of these pilgrims go away, jiec](trin(y themselves cured of their in- Jdrmities, leaving behind them their ! «ifu^chefi as silent witnesses. The fame of the place dates back to the days of Father Marquette, who is paid to have chosen it as early as 1673 irom all other Wisconsin wilds as a place of fasting and prayer. I \Vien he first ascended the peak he ^placed a rude woodon- cross, built a mtenpte altar, and dedicated the place vfco Ms tutelary saint — Mary. Since that 'time ICG festivals have been celebrated. : At the foot of the hill there is a jpriest's house, built in 18G1, at the same (time the first church was erected OD the ;~. . - THE HOLY HILL. jrammit. For a time the priest was stationed there, who found ittoolone- : ly for endurance, and it, was abandoned, - «ave on the festival days, when clergy- nwn from surrounding parishes gather <o ok! tho services. On these occasions pilgrims from ;. lundreda of miles distant, the larne, !) "the .sick, -fche halt nnd the blind, w.indi their weary way from the priestly abode - at the foot of tho hill to the summit, ''•topping- at each of the 1* praying sta- - -tlOBS, placed at regular intervals on .-flw winding- ascent, to petition their .' .potron saint for cure of mental or bod- •; iiy ftilmetits. . . These 14 stations of prayer, built nt »n expense of $1,100,' represent the jp»th traversed by the Redeemer, laden '. with the .cross, from the house of Pon' Hn« Pilate to Mount Cavalry nnd the . ; llily. sepulcher. The expense of their '. IraUiing was furnished from excursion- Irt* to the hill on feast days and from. 'l'jniyato benevolence. . ,. r'Atnonp the diseases mentioned In a jrablished record cured by vislting-tWa : -.Wn.«re St. Vitus dance, epilepsy, op- t ihftlinanla, paralysis, rheumatism, mcl- cancer, stiftneBS of joints and Instances are related of people in good health visiting St. Mary's to pray for the recovery of their sick unable to come, who were healed at the moment of the prayer. [ THE DIVINE NAME. The Ineffable Word That I« NeTer Spoken by Many Iiraclltei. • Eev. Dr. Wise, president ol the Hebrew Union college at Cincinnati, has given his view of the ancient Jewish 'rendering of the name of the Deity, re! ports the New York Sun. 'He says that the term "Jehovah," theinetfnble tetra- grammaton, is never pronounced by many Israelites. They use the word "Adonoi," which signifies "the Lord." The translators of the Bible followed this custom, rendering the word "Je- .hovah" ns "Lord." In ancient times the Pharisees replaced the tetragrarn- maton by Shem; they used "Shemo," which is also Eiblical, as the sacred name, and this name is yet retained, to Y.ome extent, among the Jews. But it would appear from passages in the 1'salms that Adonoi, or Lord, for Jehovah was more ancient even than the times of the Pharisees. It thus occurs eight times in-Psalm Ixxxiv. It also appears in the book of Exodus, where "Jehovah" had been nsed in Ihe original Hebrew. This substitution would seem to be .older than any other, and it is yet common among all Jews. Dr. Wise says he has found that the ancient translations testify in favor of "Adonoi." Looking at the English translation of the Old Testament it will be found 'that the name Jehovah lippuars in tho books of Genesis, Exodus,.Judges, the Psalms and Isaiah. It is not in the New Testament, • Many pilgrim visitors to the ahrine vf St. Mary ineke the ascent on their : 'JBi«e*; other* place pebbles, buckshot, '.IwiMi and .peas in their ihoes In emu• %t)on of msrtyri. , , '. . .,..':" ' •••••••M8MMMMMMI RHEUMATISM f Bad L. . — a.nd can be Cured by Using Dr. J, H, McLEAN'S LIVER AND KIDNEY BALM A Certain Remedy for ' Diseases of the Liver,! Kidneys and Urinary! Organs:. .-. . • . .. • . • j At Dnifflito. Pricv 11.00 ftr Bottk < TNI On. J. M. MOI.CAN MiBiami Co. ' •T. IOUK, MO. . ; I IN THE BAKOTAS. Mr, Bryan Passes Through tho States on His Way to St, Paul, Addresses Three Audiences at Aberdeen, S. D. at One O'clock in the Morning—His Sleep Broken. Fargo, N. D,, Oct. 10.—Everything went nwry with William J. Bryan Friday nig-ht. In the first place it was after one o'clock when he reached Aberdeen, S, D., three hours late. His expectant audience had been held for all that tune by word from Jlr. Bryan thiit he would speak when he got there, and the candidate found not one only, but three gatherings to hear him. • As a consequence he delivered three speeches ot that-early hour in the morning, making each exceedingly brief. It was two o'clock when Mr. Bryan returned to bin special car nnd to bed, but hardly had he entered the car, when he was awakened in order, that, the information might be communicated to him that there was no switch for the transfer of his car to the tracks of the Great Northern road, nnd if he wanted to keep bin engagemenf in'Fargo Saturday jhbrn- ing it would be necessary to-take the special train of the Fargo reception committee, then in waiting; so tht! •weary candidate redressed nnd transferred his belongings through the cutting air of .early morning in order to keep his npointments. The candidate obliged, with n •peech, n crowd of several hundred which had gathered about the depot ol a small station, when the train stopped for water. He arrived here at nine o'clock and was taken to the Hotel Met- ropole where he breakfasted and was then driven to the baseball park and addressed a large crowd. Enthusiastic people greeted ^fr, Bryan at the park. On the platform •was Budd Eeeve, who mude an independent campaign for congress two years ago. At that time he traveled through North Dakota on horseback, talcing with him a collie dog and a big eagle and announced that he was hunting for the democratic pnrty. Hfe hnd •ttie engle along and when it stepped out on the platform, from its tin cagv Mr. Bryan bowed profoundly when the crowd cheered. Mr. Ury:m wns introduced by Henry F, Miller, president of the Fni-go City bank, who was a enndi- datefortliescji'atcnsarepublican at the time Senator. Koach was elector!.-.'Air. Bryan devoted himself to a discussion of t-.e money question largely on the lines previously taken by him in hi; speeches. At 11 a. m. he left for St. Paul accompanied by members of the St. Paul reception committee. , To Sptmk Exclusively to Women. Minneapolis, ilinn., Oct. 10.—HOP. William J. Bryan will speak to an audience exclusively of ladies a t the Lyceum theater in this city oil Monday evening, It was announced Friday that the boy office would be open Saturday morning at ten o'clock for the distribution of tickets. By eight o'clock there was u large crowd in waiting and at 11:30 the tickets, numbering 1,500, were, exhausted. Ladies have taken possession of the house nnd are decorating it with flowers, bunting and flags. CARS PILED' IN A HEAP. TOBACCO IN WILLS. Cvrlooa UlrMtloui L«rt by the Bio* «C Gladness Comes W ith a better .understanding- of the transient nature of the many physical ills, which vanish before proper efforts—gentle efforts—pleasant efforts— rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actual disease, but simply to a constipated condition of the system, which the pleasunt family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are duo to the fact, that it is the one remedy which . promotes internal cleanliness . without debilitating the organs on which it : acts. It is therefore .all important, in order to get its beneficial effects, to note when you purchase, that you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig:Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and' the system 'is regular, laxatives or ofcher remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any-actual disease, one may be commended to.the most skillful physicians,' but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup-of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives roost general satisfaction. IMPROVEMENT SHOWN. Healthy. Sl«nit for the Future Appear In Trudt) .Circles. . New York. Oct. 10.—K. U. Dun & Co., In their weekly review of trade, say: "Distinctly hotter conditions have ap- pt'dred of late and are reflected In somewhat liirger employment of labor, In large trunsuctlons and In continued buying of materials for manufacture. A great part ol the cliunpe Is due to those resistless laws of supply and demand, which take wheat where it Is wanted and gold where It Is wanted. India Is waltint; for cargoes of wheat on the way from Pacific states, just us Australia and South Africa were not long REO. The surplus usually avall- nble from Indln d!sappear?.and l,1o surplus from Russia and ISurope.-in countries Is reduced, according to lute estimates, 75,- ulW.tfiO bushels. Happily, this country "as a supply which olllciul nccouniE, have not correctly measured, If actual movements do not greatly mislead. Atlantic exports— 2,06!),071 . bushels, . fk>ur Included, for the week, against 1,707,023 last year—are not yet so large as to forcu prices upward If European buying based on European needs did not control o'ur markets. A feature of large Importance, too, Is the unusually heavy foreign demand Cor corn, which Is a r.irely falling sign of deficient crops abroad, where other grains arc used Instead of wheat when the latter becomes scarce and dcnr. It Is another good sign that railroad earnings, amounting to (33,745,313 In the United States for September, show a smaller decrease than In August, 1.3 per cent, against B.7 per cent., compared with last year. "The demand for Iron products Is BO light and so much business la held back pending the election that decreasing output Is not an unhealthy sign. There U quite a good demand for sheets, especially at the west, and rather better for pieces, end outside concerns are getting largo contracts In steel and h-on bars and in nalln, but prices have not' been reduced. 'The upward rush of hides has advanced Bouthorn I'nclllc Kiitiinoor Killed and • pl . lce ^ n t Chicago 0 per cent, for tho week, Three Tnilniuoi) Injured. ' -' '""' x * Redwood City, Cal., Oct. 10.—A disas trous freight collision on the coast di vision of the Southern Pacific railwaj resulted, iu the death of one man ant the serious injury of three others. Fiv boxcars left St. Angonia siding at Pule Alto and started down a steep grade TVheii the runaway cars had gone n mile they collided with the San Jose freigh train coming in nn opposite dircctiot nt a high rate of speed. The locomotive was overturned and the freight cars piled up in a heap of debris 50 fee high. All traffic was stopped and a construction gang built . a temporary track around tho wreck. The victims nre: Henry Hagnrty, engineer, killed; Joseph Bowser, fireman, will probably die; Carey W. Burg, brakeman; John W. Ruble, brakeman. Shot at n Political Meeting. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 10.— While Con gressman John W. Lewis was spenking at. Chaplin, Ivy., Friday night, Joe T'rather slipped up behind William Keeling, who was-in the crowd around the speakers' stand, and shot Keeling three times, killing him instantly. After a frightened horse hud trampled the body it was removed and the apeak-, ing went on. Andrew Carnegie Rctnrnn. New York, Oct. 10.—Andruw Carnegie was among the passengers on the American liner St. Louis, which arrived at her dock'Saturday morning. Mrs. Carnegie accompanied her husband. Mr. Carnegie said he went abroad solely for pleasure, and wns, of course, glad tn be home again. He would not discuss the report of the Rockefeller steel trust. Two Killed and Two Putnlly Hurt. Wililumsport, Pa., Oct 10.—At Dent's l?un, Elk county, Friday, ,un excursion train on the Allegheny Valley railroad, returning 'from Canton, 0., struck a hand-car on which a half dozen track : men/were riding to work: Joseph Kitchuskl was .dead when picked up and two other members of the truck crew were fatally hurt. To Take Charge of Newark (N. J.) School*. Newark, N. J., Oct. 10.—Prof. Charles B. Gilbert, at present superintendent of public schools of St. Pan), Minn., was Friday night chosen-to take charge of the public schools of Newark in the ea- pacity^of superintendent. ... Body of Da. Manner Cremated. London, Oct. 10,—The .body of George du Maurier, the artist and novelist, who;. died on the morning of October 8, WB» cremated at Woking Saturday afternoon.; The ashes will be interred;• In the Hampstead church yard October 1$. ^ Klaco, the merchant, of Rotterdam, was called the king- of tho smokers, from his devotion to the gentle weed, and he had a right, regal funeral. By the term* of his will, every smoker who chose to attend it was presented with ten, pounds of tobacco and two Dutch pipes, an which were engraved tho came, arms and date of the decease of the testator. All his guests were Invited to be careful to keep their pipes alight during the funeral ceremonies, and to empty their ashes Into hie grave. His oak coffin was lined with the cedar of Ms old Havana nigar boxes, and a packet of old Dutch tobacco was placed at the foot of hia coffin. Hl» favorite pipe was laid by his side along with a box of matches, as well as flint and> Eteel and some tinder, as he had expressed an opinion that "there was no knowing whit might happen." Some on.tl-tobaccon.lstg of the period seem to have wickedly remarked that these precautions about procuring- a light would be found superfluous. Tho courts recently set aside a clause In the will of an anti-tobacco leaguer in Ireland. This gentleman hod a prejudice against «ruo-klng, perhaps because It nwle him sick, and Inserted this paragraph in his last testament: "I -have' 'told my son's," John. Richard! and Samuel, thnt if they .indulge in the habit they would forfeit £300 each, to be divided among their Bisters, and' should they at any time begin thJs habit, their sisters may sue them each for £ 500." \ Germany Raines Bute of Discount. Berlin, Oct. 10.— The Imperial Bank of Germany has 1 raised its rate of discount from four to five per cent. London, Oct. 10. x — Included in the withdrawals from the Bank of England Saturday was £331,000 in bar nnd coin gold for shipment to the United States. Czar and Czarina at Darnntttidt. Darmstadt, Oct. 10.— The czar and czarina arrived here at nine o'clock Saturday morning. A 'large crowd of people assembled at the station and greeted their arrival with hearty cheers. Their majesties entered a carriage and were driven to the new palace. Will Keep Ills Place. Jefferson ville, Ind., Oct. 10.— The proceedings begun by Attorney Edgar A. Howard against A. T. Hert, warden of the southern Indiana penitentiary, to oust him from office were dismissed on request of the plaintiff. Yonnj? Girl Burned to Death. Jlarion, Ind., Oct. 10.— Ivy Harrell, a 33-year-old girl living at Hanfield, was burned to death. She was alone in the house, nnd.it is supposed her. clothes ignited from the natural gns fire in the grate. May Succeed Htahop Keane. Home, Oct. 10. — It is reported here that Rt. Rev. John L. Spalding, bishop of Peorio, will succeed Bishop Kcanc as rector of the Catholic University of America, in Washington. . -Committed Suicide. New Palestine, Ind.. Oct. 10.— -William Leisner. n hermit and junk dealer here, commit it <1 suicide. He placed n gun to his head and fired. MOTHERS MUST GUIDE. Should Watch the Physical D»» velopment of Their Daughters. Information Thej Should Furnlih mt Out Proper Time—Knowledge bj Which. ' Suffering M*j B« Aroldod. Every mother possesses information of vital Taluo to her young daughter.. When the girl's thoughts becomo sluggish, with headache, dizzi- ( ness,-and a disposition to lleep, pains in back and lower limbs, eyes dim, desire for solitude, and a dislike to ' the society of children: when she a mystery to herself and friends, then, her mother should come to her aid. . , Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will, at this time, prepare €h« system for the coming change. Se« that she has it, and Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass., will cheerfully answer any letters where information is de- Bired. Thousands of women owe their health to her and the Vegetable Compound, and mothers are constantly applying to her for advice regarding their daughter*. to the highest average since last November Prices of leather have, risen 2^6 per cent with Email dealings. Shoes are selling very little, as consumers refuse to pay higher prices, and dealers remember buy- Ing- at high and selling at low prices last winter. Orders for the next season arc ,few, and many concerns may close for a tltno. "More gold has been ordered from Europe, so that $4,000,000 are now on the way. I Speculation In stocks has yielded a little about 1.13 for railreads and 55 cents for trusts. The outward movement of money to tho Interior has been $4,000,000 for the week, and little Is doing in commercial loans, with rates about one-half per cent, higher than a week ago. "Failures for tho week were 200 In the United Slates, against 25S last year, and 4G in Canada, against 52 last year." CARRIED OUT HIS THREAT. Morphine THE MARKETS/ Grain, Provisions, Etc. , Chicago, Oct. 10. WHEAT— Active and unsettled. October, G7ii®GS'X:C; December, GS!i(S>69%c; May, FASHIONS CHANGE EOT POZZONI'S Complexion , POWDER REMAINS ALWAYS THE SAME. The finest, purest; and moit beautit?lng j toilet powder ever made. It fa sooth* ing, healing, hes.ltbful and hannlen: and when rightly aged IS UtTOUBLE. II you have never tried POZZONI'S von do not know what an tlHB4fi COMPLEXION POWDEB ia. IT IS SOLD EVEBTWHEBE. CORN— Active and higher. No. 2, IVoc; No. 2 Yellow, 23?4(Si24c; October, 23>4 December, 23%®^%c; May, 26%© Enter In Jail In Fire* the Building. Vosburg, Miss., Oct. 30.—The Jasper county jail at Paulding, ten miles north of Voshurg, was burned at midniglil Thursday night, and two prisoners incarcerated therein were cremated. The prisoners were E. A. Strickland, chnrg-ed with forgery, and Mollie Dan iels, ii crazy negro woman. The lire had gained considerable headway when discovered and 'it was impossible to rescue the couple. The screams oi^h negro woman were terrible to listen to, but Strickland died without uttering a groan, Last .Tuesday Strickland threatened to burn the jail unless he was supplied with morphine. His request woa refused and it is believed ho carried out his threat. To Maine Money for Orpliann' Home. Bethlehem, Pa., Oct. 10.—The Eastern Reformed synod Saturday morning recommended contributions to the American Bible society and authorized the raising of $7,000 for tho Bethany Orphans' hojne. Daniel Schaftner, of Lebanon, was elected a trustee. Treasurer Miller, of the Society for Belief of Ministers and Widows, reported hav. ing expended $2,000 lastj'ear. The balance on hand is $4,500. Prior to adjusting Dr. Klopp was heard'in .the interest of the Daniel Stein Memorial home, located at Meyerstown. Decline In Cotton, Washington, Oct. 10.—The returns to the statistical division of the department of agriculture for October make cotton show a decline of 3.5 points from the September condition which was 04.2 per cent, against^ 60.7 for the present month. iThere was very small yield from, the top .crop .and the reports say the crop will .be all gathered by November 1. .v ',- ..'•.' 'Hornata. It Is Mid that hornets new ut» the Mine nett a Mcond aeaaon. .' OATS—Moderately active and higher, with fair trailing. No. 2 cosh, 17%@17%c: October, 17%(i/lSe; May, 13%@WV t c. Samples 'Steady. No Grade, 15®15c; No. 3, 14*4 Jfl7c; No. 3 White, lS@21e; No. 2, !S@13c; MESS PORK—Market moderately 'active and prices firmer. Quotations ranged at ?6.SO@C.S5 for cash; ^.SCOG.SS for'October; jo.OC(5iC.95 for Dccctpber, and $7.50fi)7.SO for January. LARD—Trading fairly active and prices higher. Quotations ranged at ?4.SO<gH.3S for cash; J4.2504.27& for October; ?4.2S',4@ 4.30 for December, and $4.400)4.50 for January. . BUTTER — Market firm at 0@17c for creameries, and fl@15c for dairies. LIVE POULTRY—Qulft. Turkeys, 50 So; Chickens, 6',i©7c; Ducks, S@9c per pound; Geese, per dozen, M.OO<8X!,75. WHJSKY-Steady on the basis of $1.13 for hlghwines. 'NOW York, Oct. 10. FLOUR—Unchanged. WHEAT—No. 2 Red opcned-flrm and advanced l@>iyic on better west and local covering-, fell 14@%c on realizing, fairly active, steady. December, 74%J|!75%c; May, LOOP POISON I'.lnrr ULOOD FO1SON permanent^ :nrc<llal6to36daya.Youcanbottt!iucdai , loraolorsamo price andcrtnmoiraaruH ,'ty. Ityon prcf»rtocomobcn wewlllooui tract to par rallroadfurennd hotel ol]!s,atKj . if vo t ail to cnre. If you have takea mer* cury, iodide potnsh, and still bare ortcs anl DalD3, JlucouoVntchen lamoutb. Sore Throat, ?lapl«s. Copper Colored tipott. Ulcers on ;^y partoi thobody, llnir. or Eyebrow* falllnr n-A,tt \t this SeconilHi-y IiLOOI> POISOf ro f^naranteo to cure. Wo solicit tbooOHt obat( into cnrca and ctiallnnaro tho world for • •<o WO' lannotcure. Tina dliteaeo b.is aliraYt ho Alrill of the most eminent physl* WJ5OO,OCO capita! behind our uucondK i^c! Bmiranw. Absolute proofs sent soiled on *-• j'.iaition. Adams COO!£ KEMEDY COb, '.:•'•: :C=sonio Temple. CHlCiCO, ILL, T CORN*— Fairly active, firmer. December, SKSSlSc; No., 2, 2S%@30^,c; May. 33 6-1 6@ Kfcc. OATS— Dull, firmer. Western, 2C@SOo; December, 23c. PORK— Firm. New mess, p,75@8.50. LARD— Firm. Steam-rendered, J4.67H. BUTTER— Firmer. Western dairy, "iVJSt lie; Elglns, 18c; Western creamery, 11&@ iSc; do. factory, 7®llc; imitation creamery, CHEESE— Firm, quiet Part akims, Si full skims, 2{j)2itc. firm. Western, 17©18c. . llv« Stock. Chicago, Oct. la CATTLE—Market steady. Fair to best Beeves, f3.00@4.80; stockera and feeders, |2.7G(gi3.7IJ; mixed COWB and Bulls, $1.25@3.60; Texas, 12.5003.25. HOGS—Light steady, others 6@10c lower. Light. »3.1C@3.E5; rough packing. $2.S5®3.00; mixed and butchers', ».10@3.55; heavy packing and ahlpplng. ».05@3-«14; flea, (200@3.60. l:iB 8RHT HINDOO RKMEDY ^_^ IJE»ULT» U SO KLVTA. Cam »'. Kon-ou< UltouiM. Toillmr Me ' Ion" etc., canned by jiW abuios, fi-lvog rigor *nd fix Dpbi-unlccnorfrani, and <2ulcklT~butBnroly nrolT rcitoreJ buvon faflattcm, but InBlit onhitvfnv I3IJIAPO, It four drueclfit lina not got It, wa will KfiDd It prepMd. «OLD by IS. F. Kecslini!, VoGANS^ORT, ind I tiding dru=£isu '""*• After Thirty Years' Experience I have tbo best BraiMNerveToflic >n eartb for »U weakened conditions reitardlcw of •A\ne. Medicines sent for full month's trcitrooDt "or one dollar noKtpaid, or address for particulars . 8. JOHNSOlJ, M. D.. BATTLK CtOSKK. MICH. Save The Children. JWlien children are attacked with cough, cold and croup, Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will prove a quick and sure cure. Mr. Elmer E. Baker, Blandon,: Pa., writes: "We have used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for cmigli, cold and crdup, and found it the best cough medicine and cure tot these affections. We never run out ol' it. but. always keep.lt on baud." Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is »old everywhere for 25 cents. . Insist on having it. fneumonia. . Mrs. A. J. Lawrence, of Beaver, I 1 *., says: "Brazilian Balm brought me out of a severe attack of pneumonia in splendid fbape. It is » wonderful remedy for coughs and lung troubles. Also for outward use, for burns, cold Bore* lud chapped hands and face, it core* like magic. It is invaluable in the family." L. Kittinger, a leading physician .. .Imington, Del., asked the proprietor of Brazilian Balm to seed him a dollar bottle. A few weeks afterwards the doctor said: "I had a couple of canes of old Cough on band that completely baffled me. I had got to the end of my string. B«t the Balm mode • prompt cure in both cases, remedy." It is a remarkable Only Cure For Mr*. Franklin Bath, of New Castle, Del says: "I fnffered for yean with drspepsu. Used to have great distrust ana btlching. I tried' everything I could bear of. bat nothing helped me till I took Bniiiian Balm, and one 50 cent bottle •and CM oompl«t«ly."

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