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TAMING WILD BEASTS
ANIMAL TRAINER RECOUNTS
SOME OF HIS EXPERIENCES.
Head In Linn' * Mouth The Hnga
Kings of the ForoAtH Arc Hunt to
Truln and Are Never to Do Depended
"Extra hazardous" might well qual
ify the "risk" that would be placed
with the name of a Hon-tamer should
ho have the hardihood to apply for an
accident policy ; hut the Intrepid In
dividual who puts his hend In the lion's
mouth and chases Irate heasts up and
down narrow cages docs not apparent
ly think so much about these things
as the man of sedentary occupation ,
says the New York Telegraph. This
was the opinion of , a famous trainer ,
who has been following the perilous
profession for twenty-five years and
who discussed the pros and cons of
his business with cheerful candor.
The trainer , who has only been out of
the hospital a few days , exhibited with
nonchalencc a bandaged leg where a
; lioness had nipped through a few
Inches above the ankle. The same
animal had bitten him In the same
place a few years before In Manches
ter , England. It was evidently a favor
ite bite with her.
"I've been lucky for a year now , "
bald the tamer. "The last trouble I
had of any Importance was last sum
mer. A friend of mine asked mo to
break three young lions for perform
ing. The result was that after a few
lessons I hoved down for repairs , and
had thirty stitches taken In my back.
The lions remained as frisky as ever
some lions , you know , absolutely re
fuse to bo educated. The tooth of alien
lion exemplify the finest condition of
development of the carnivorous type.
The great , sharp , canine teeth placed
wide apart at the angles of the mouth
can hold on better than any pincers
I have ever seen. The jaws are short
and strong , and are moved by power
ful muscles. "
"Is there any peculiarity about lion-
tamers , national or otherwise ? "
queried the reporter.
"I can't say there Is , " responded the
trainer. "I happen to be a Scotchman.
Six lion-tamers , If you choose to call
us such , caraio from the same place I
did. You might not believe It , but the
excitable French are adept , although I
believe the Germans are more success
ful In the handling of animals. Dur
ing my residence In this country the
last three years I have met a number
of Americans who gave every evidence
of handling animals as fearlessly as
any men I have ever met ; they are not
so patient , perhaps , as the Germans ,
In trying to teach them tricks , but
they are very alert and daring. "
"How do you go about the business
of training lions ? "
"Well , the first thing Is to get them
to know you from work In front of the
cage ; go Into the den every morning
and read the papers my wife used to
take her sewing and work an hour or
so. This is the early stage before you
use a whip. You can't train lions to
do much ; you can urge them to run
about the cage , jump the hurdle and
leap through a hoop. Of course , put
ting your head in the lion's mouth Is
always a risk and should not be at
tempted unless the animal is quiet.
You stroke the beast's back as you
would that of a cat. This sort of
soothes him and you may take advan
tage of this fact to quietly pry open
his jaws and press your head so closely
to the teeth as your courage permits.
Of course , if the animal is disposed to
close down on you at this time trepan
ning would be necessary if you over
got out alive. Personally , I am more
afraid of a lion's paws than I am of his
jaws. Talk about 'upper cuts , ' left
hooks' and that sort of prize-fighting
fancy shots ! A lion is wonderfully
clever and ho does it without gloves.
A lion's claws take hold like a fish
hook. A tiger or leopard gives with
the paws a side slash that cuts like a
"Lions are fed after they perform ;
that Is part of their reward for the
work ; so that the idea that they are
'dopy' and overfed when wo go into the
cage is a mistake. I would rather
work with lions any time than ele
phants. They are such treacherous
and powerful beasts. I have had their
tusks each side of me thrust through
three inches of board and I have had
'em goring the ground as I lay between
the Ivories thinking each moment
would be my last.
"Oh , yes , lions are cantankerous and
have their bad days. Some of them
Beem chronically bad.
"The lioness that I am working now
Is not a good animal. The fact is she
has killed and maimed five keepers ,
not to mention the horses she has kill
ed when she has been on the rampage.
You may remember , she got out In
Now York four years ago and was
gene two days. I finally caught her
In a stable , where she had been dining
a la carte off the poor horses. A year
igo in Kansas City she killed her last
keeper. I have not worked with her
for three years until recently. I
showed you the result of our first
scrimmage after my return , " and the
man pointed significantly to 'his ban
daged leg. "
lilt lielow the Holt.
"You and young Chubblelgh don't
speak to each other any more , Ethel.
What Is the matter ? "
"Nothing , only he told mo one day
when we were at the park that I ha'i
a swanllke neck , and I told him ho ha > :
a Bwanllke walk. "
Food In Uuiala.
In some parts of Russia the only food
for the people consists at present oi
acorns , leaves and the soft bark ol
1 Wcddlnc I1'0 of Only Two Cent * Fol-
lourcul I/ Olio of WOO.
A pastor of one of the prominent1
churches in Brooklyn , whoso son has
n charge in this county , had a strange
experience about five years ago , which
was never spoken of until recently ,
when unlocked for developments made
It consistent to relate the Incident The
elderly clergyman was at homo one
evening , and about 9 o'clock ho heard
a quiet knock at the door. Ho went to
the porch and admitted a refined ap
pearing young man and a girl. The
latter suggested modesty , while the
companion showed the result of * e-
bauchery , but ho nevertheless gave
evidence of Intelligence. The young
fellow defined the purpose of tltolr
visit , which was to bo married. Who
couple were refused emphatically by
the clergyman at first , but finally they
submitted to all the Interrogations of
the minister , and there was no appar
ent reneon why they should not bo
wed. After the ceremony the pastor
was handed nn envelope by the groom
after which they departed on their
honeymoon. The minister entered the
study and taking the gift from his
pocket , opened It. The contents con
sisted of two copper pennies. The son ,
who was In college at the time pre
paring for the ministry , happened to
be home spending a vacation , and was
n witness to all that occurred subse
quent to the wedding. He enjoyed
Immensely the joke on his parent , and
between shouts of laughter ho
Informed his father of the trou
ble which was sure to fol
low such an absurd Indiscre
tion. It was at once presumed to bean
an elopement , nnd doubts wore brought
as to the accuracy of the girl's age. The
father felt somewhat annoyed , but ho
was confident that he had held strictly
to all the laws regarding the perform-
arice of the ceremony. For five years
nothing was heard of the couple , and
but a few weeks ago the minister
found that ho had not got Into any dif
ficulty. About the same time In the
evening ho heard a knock at the door ,
and he recognized It at once. A strange
feature of the occurrence was that the
son was at home again visiting for a
few days. The senior clergyman hur-i
rled to the door nnd his ear was not
deceived ; the caller was the man ho
had married five years before. The
young fellow , In an unasaumlng man
ner , remarked that he always felt that
the minister deserved an explanation ,
and he announced the purpose of his
second visit. He said that he was
walking along the streets of Brooklyn
when he met the girl he married about
a half hour before he visited the par
sonage. He continued , stating that
he figured that she would not be worth
more than two cents to him , and that
the feeling regulated his fee to the
minister. Concluding , ho declared that
she had proved to be of Inestimable
value to him , and he quietly arose and
handed the clergyman another envel
ope , which contained a check for ? 50 ,
payable at the Chemical bank. Troy
AN EMPEROR'S ROMANCE.
In the study of Kaiser Franz Josef
of Austria , who , by the way , entered
his 70th year recently , hangs a framed
but withered bunch of flowers , to which
a romantic little story Is attached. A
few weeks before the announcement of
his engagement Kaiser Franz Josef
and his fiancee were walking between
Ischl and Lauffen , when she saw a
meadow bright with gayly colored wild
flowers. "Wait , I will pick you a
posy , " she exclaimed , and a few min
utes afterward handed her betrothed a
The future Empress Elizabeth took
the black velvet riband which bound
her magnificent hair and tied it round
the flowers , offering them with a play
ful courtesy to the kaiser , who kissed
them before placing them In the outer
pocket of his military tunic. Sudden-1
ly as they neared Ischl , the kaiser dis
covered that the precious posy was
Some days after , when the incident
had been forgotten , the valet was as
tonished to find that the lost posy
had been hidden deep down In the tu
nic pocket all the while , and was , as
a natural consequence , so withered that
he did not llko to show It to the kai
ser. As It was equally Impossible to
throw away flowers picked by the fu
ture kalserln , he hit upon the happy
Idea of pressing them , with a view to
presenting them to his Imperial master
on the latter's wedding day.
But In the whirl attendant on such
an Important event he forgot his plan
and It was not until the Kaiser Franz
Josef and his consort celebrated their
silver wedding in 1879 that the old va
let reminded his master of that long-
forgotten day , as he produced the with
ered bunch of flowers. The kaiser and
kalserln were much touched and a
command was given that the relic
should be placed under glass and fram
ed , so that It might be hung where
the kaiser could always see It.
"You advertised for a girl for light
housekeeping and "
"Well , this Is the lightest house in
the vicinity. It may be bigger than
some of the others , but It's a frame
house , while they're all stone or
of London Hill 1'oatorn.
London billposters struck for $8.25
per week , fifty-three hours to consti
tute a week's work.
It Is not necessary to hang up a cede
of home laws In the house where levis
Excitement WHS caused in a church
In London during the morning service
last week by a loud volco from the
gallery forbidding the banns of a couple -
plo desirous of getting married , be
cause the woman had a canonical hus
band living. The voice was that of
the famous Father Black , who takes
every opportunity to protest publicly
against the marriage of divorced per
sons. Curiously enough , Father Black
Is well known and popular In English
society and Is much sought after ns u
guest In country houses.
There Is more Cutnrrh in this section of the
country thnn nil other illicnses put together ,
nnd until the lust few ycurs was supposed to bo
Incurnblo. For n ( treat ninny yours dootors pro
nounced It n locnl dlveiiso , nnd prescribed locnl
remedies , und by eonsttuntly fiillltirt to euro
with local treatment , pronounced It Incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to bo a constitu
tional disease , nnd thorotoro requires consti
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure , man
ufactured by F. .1. Cheney & Co. , Toledo , Ohio ,
Is the only constitutional euro on the market.
It IB taken Internally In doses from 10 drops to
n teaspoonful. It acts directly upon the blood
nnd mucous nurfiices of the system. They offer
sno hundred dollars for any ciisult falls to euro.
Send for circulars and testimonials. Address
P. J. CHUNKY & CO. , Toledo , Ohio.
Sold by DrupKlsts , Tfxj.
Hall's Family Pills nro the best.
It takes more religion to hold a man
level In a horse trade than It does to
make him shout at a campmeetlng.
Its wonderful resources nnd superior
advantages to homeseekcrs nro not
forth in n handsome illustrated pam
phlet just issued by the Frisco Line
Passenger Department. Copy will bo
mailed free on application to Bryan
Bnyder , General VnKscnger Agent , St.
Louis , Mo.
Everbody wants to got in on the
ground floor. That's why there Is al
ways plenty of room at the top.
woman suffering from any female trouble call bo
EVERY by Mrs. Plnkham. This statement is based on
sound reasoning and an unrivalled record. Multitudes
of America's women to-day blesa Mrs. Pinkham for competent
and common-sense advice , c Write to her if you are ill. Her
address is Lynn , Mass. Absolutely no
charge Is made for advice. "I suffered
seven years and would surely have died
but for your help , " writes MRS. GKO.
BAINDRIDOE , Morea , Pa. , to Mrs. Pinkham.
" It is with pleasure I now write to inform
you that I am now a healthy woman , thanks
to your kind advice and wonderful medi
cine. I can never praise it enough. I was
a constant sufferer from womb trouble , and
leucorrhcea , had a continual pain in abdomen. Sometimes I
could not walk across the floor for three or four weeks at a
time. Since using your medicine , I now have no more bear
ing-down pains , or tired
feelings , and am well and
hearty. I shall recommend
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound to nil my
suffering friends as the
greatest remedy for all
female weakness. "
MRS. SUSIE J. WEAVER ,
1821 Callowhill St. , Phil- '
delphia , Pa. , writes :
DEAR MRS. PINKHAM I
had inflammation of the
womb and painful men
struation , and by your
advice I began taking
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound. Have
taken four bottles and used
one package of Sanative
Wash and feel like a new
woman. I thank you so
much for what your medicine - *
cine has done for me. "
MRS. M. BAUMANN , 771 W. 2istSt. ,
Chicago , 111. , writes : "After two
months' trial of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I can
not say enough in praise for it. I wws a very sick woman
with womb trouble when I began its use , but now I am well. "
A well preserved Roman camp han
joon discovered on the right bank of
ho Narcnta , in Herzegovina. A sec-
Ion 310 feet long by 270 feet wide has
boon traced. Part of the walls , gates
and towers nro still standing , and
nnny utensils nnd weapons have been
lug up. It is believed that the camp
was erected in the time of Nero.
Perhaps you may have observed that
a lawyer charges a larger fee for ch
aining a divorce than a clergyman
doeq for performing the marriage cere
Fred Pelton , colored , was sentenced
at Llttlo llock , Ark. , to 115 ycara In
ho penitentiary for attempting to outage -
ago seven women In this city In Au
gust. The grand Jury returned Indlct-
nonts against him at noon , and ho was
arraigned within a few hours. Ho
icknowlcdgcd his guilt and his atlor-
icy asked the mercy of the court. If
assessed , the maximum punishment In
nil seven cases would have been 147
It IB said there is no fool llko an
old fool but there are some young
ones that run a close second.
TIIK oitir cum : THAT 1101:9 CURK.
Laxative llromo Qulnluo Table In removes
iho cause that produces I a Grippe. K. W.
Q rove's HlRtmturo Is on each box. lr ? > o.
Conail Doyle's pet amusement IB
Kvon the milet waiter Is frequently
called to order.
FOR THE FAMILY.
" I tnkq pleu uro In p
Tour valuable remedy CABCAKETu ;
I and ray vrliolo faintly recelred relief
from the first small box wo tried. 1
certainly recommend CASCAUETS for
the cures they make and trunt they
will nnd a place In every homo. Your *
foraneeom. " pKTKinVnDD.Jr. ,
falm Uroro Avo. , McK.ee port , Pa
uwaya delighted when I sire them a
portion of n tablet , anil ci f ( or mura.
They are the most pleasant medicine
1 bare ever tried. They bare found a
permanent plaoo In my homo. "
MHI.JOHH FLAOEL ,
Box MO. Michigan City , Ind.
111 ufTered the tortnre * of
the damned with protruding pile *
brought on by conitlpatlon with
which I was afflicted for twenty
year * . Iran across your CASCAIIKTS
In the town of Newell , Ia. , and never
found anything- equal thorn. To-
Jar I am entirely free from cllee and
feel like a new man. " O.ll.KEin ,
llll Jonei Bt.BloaxGlty , Ia
bare been uilng OA80AUETt and
they are the best medicine we hare
ever had In the houia. Last week my
wire wa * frantic with headache for
two dayii ibe tried * omo of your
OABOARbTS and they relieved the
pain In her bead almoit Immediately.
VTe both recommend CascaroU. "
PltUburgU Data & Vop'oslt Co. ,
Flftiburgh , Fa.
FOR BAD BREATH.
"I have been utlno CASOA-
ItETH and a * a milduiiddftoctlvo
laxatlTo they are limply wonderful.
Mjr daughter and 1 were bothered
with lick itomach and our breath wa <
Tery bad. After taUinif a few dole *
of Caaearet * we have Improved won-
derfutly. They are a great help In
the family. " WlturtaiMA NAOItt.
1137 Itlttenhouie St. , ClQclunatl , Ohio ,
My wlfohad pimple * on her
JJacr , but eho hai been taking CAS-
CAiiKlB and they have all dliap-
reared. 1 had beeu troubled with
conitlpatlon for noroe time , but after
taking the rtnt Cacaret I bare hod
no trouble with thl * ailment. We
cannot ( peak too highly of Oatca-
feu. " rnui WAUTM&M
. . . 17010.rmantown Are. ,
M4 Philadelphia , Pa.
The annual report of the Chicago ,
Burlington & Qulncy rnllrond shown :
Gross cnrnlnes for the your wcro
? 13i89,424 ; , ns coinpnrod with $12,800-
1C2 last year ; oporntlng oxiionsoa worn
f28,253D09 , nn Increase1 of J325.B79 over
1898 ! $5,238,370 wcro pnhl In dividends ,
leaving n surplus for the your of
I1.J89.929. The report gives the total
mllengo of the system ns 7,2-19 , nn In-
crcnso of ninety-nine miles over Inst
Some women nro considered wlso
because they are considerate enough
to keep their opinions to themselves.
Two bottles of PIso'K Cnro for Connump-
tton curwl mo of a Iwtl lunp ; trouble. Mrs.
J. Nicholi , 1'rlucotoii , I ml , , Mnr. ! ! 0,1S05.
Ho who rules with n rod of Iron
should select a mnllcnblo ono.
Don't On Ilrokn NVIinn You llrt.
Send for my Invnlimblo Msu-m. Ooo. U ,
Ulclimond , ' X > Dent burn St. , CUIcuuo.
Clover persons often bore stupid
onus more than stupid ones bore them.
$15.OO PER WEEK.
AVe Trill pay Jlfi.00 per week nnd expends for
rniiu with rlt ; to Introdui'o our Poultry Mixture
nnd Insect Destroyer In the country. Addtcss ,
with .stump , K.xoEi.stoit MKO. Co.l'nrsonsKi\n.
MlulHtor Russell , at Cnrncas , 1ms in
formed the state department that the
Venezuelan government 1ms ordered
i.mt , for n perloil of sixty days , corn
and beans shall bo admitted free of
duty , and that for the same period
rice shall pay only 2 cents per kilo.
Some people nre HO mean that they
won't even speak the truth unless It
la for the purpose of hurting some
When ono woman praises another
the praise Is usually tinged with sar
< < YTHCO
< ( ! JOHN
| : 'MAILORDER
HOUSE : .
TWO-PIECE SUIT AUTUMN STYLE
_ , . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A * w- . 130. This fnshlonnblo Autumn Style
jLmlloa * Two-nloco Suit , consisting of :
jnckotnml skirt , tanmtlo of line quality
Jf plain niivy blue or blnclr nultliiK cloth.
We Measure Val The jnoliot ia mmlo Ik-lit-nttlng with
ues by the rule of velvet collnr , clonblo-stHchod Bniuns , fly
front , llnod with hliili colored Bill * norm )
highest possible nuii faced with black silk BCTKOJ the
nklrt la niiido in the now tuid popular
qualities.for . the tunic ofToct. with two rows of molmlr
lowest possible braid , which ia applied in Korpontlnn
clloct , ns shown in the Illustration : lined
prices. Our with ( Ino mmllty porcallno nnd bound
with velveteen , The fabric is of milll-
goods are fresh , clont vrniulit to mlmltbolnu worn nil sea
original solid eons , nnd boliiH thoroughly shrunk before -
, , fore making , will hang nlcoly cr.il ( It ns
sensible and serviceable smoothly after months of wear as the
day purclmsod. The chain of perfoctlon
viceable styles ; ha no mtesltiK links ; from thotlmotho
qualities in cloth is placed in the hands of the cutter
every It pantos through none but the hands of
Instance dependable nrtisnna until completed and ready for
wear. If you arc not already ono of our
able and values
customers let this salt bo your initial
unquestionably order there's value in It you'll appre
ciate. Biros , jacket 32 to 42 inches bast |
right. iklrt22to30nchc8walat | An | % | >
'n which is listed at lowest wholesale pric s
evorythlnfi to oat wear and use.isfurmsb
ed on receipt of only 109 to partly pay
postage or expressage and as evidence
of goocl faith the 109 is allowed on first.
purchase amounting to 199 or above.
fll oun MONTHLY-onocEHY PRICE , uar
R JOHN W.TOOIIIUK.
IJB. WBw a J WlmliliiKtoii , I ) . < ; .
ffSupcensfully Prosecutes Clnlms.
fl I.nto I'rlncfDitl ljtilmlnnr U , H. fnueioa Ilurnnu.
J3vr lnclTllwiir. 15inluiirratliiislilnm.uttVBliir ! .
A HAY < JIIF1F WewyS4nd ywtanr.
H Ufll OUnC for a man with rip lo
Introduce our goods In the country. Send stnmq
for terms. KANSAS FOOD CO. , 613Y. . Stli
St. . KANSAS CITY. MO.
for full nnd winter to Oont or
thin county. particular * Vltl'.K. K. II. THH
CO. . rulillMiurit , Now York City.
'fn ' I aHlao Letter and particulars regarding
10 LuUieS "i > rnctlcn1I > u lce"nolnuyiiiuulil
be without. Confidential. lucuno ! utainp. I.nily
BKinti wanted. Kurckn Appliance Co. , Equitable
Ilulldlng , Ilalttmoro , Mil.
REGULATE l W HMMUM i lOt 25i50i
Over 3,000,000 Boxes of Caseareh Sold Last Year !
Unerring is the judgment of the people , and the people like Cascarets. The sale this year
will be 5,000,000 boxes. Nothing succeeds like success and Cascarets are successful ,
First , They are BO good that they outsell all other laxatives. Their tremendous sale proves
their merit , and their merit explains their tremendous sale ;
Second , Cascarots are the pioneer peopled price preparation ten cents a box , and moro health
in a ten cent box of Cascurots than any 25e bottle of pills in the world.
Third , Cascarets bring results healthy , natural action of liver and bowels-never fail. The
manufacturers guarantee a cure or refund purchase money.
Fourth , Cascarets are successful because they deserve it. If your druggist don't sell Cascarets ,
he's behind the ago. In that case order direct from us by mail post free. Address STKUUNO RUMEDY
COMPANY , Chicago or New York.
lPif * flfcv- , ,
If a man should wear his pantaloons
so long that whenever ho appeared on
the street he would he obliged to reach
around behind ana grab hold of the
basement and hold them up , wouldn't
the ladlcc laugh ? Lowvlllo ( N. Y. )
Sometimes when a man tolls you ho
is discouraged he Is merely preparing
to spend the rest of his days in idle
Love , llko honesty , Is moro talked
about than understood.
Look at your tongue I If It's coated ,
your stomach is bad , your liver out of
order. Aycr's Pills will clean your
tongue , cure your dyspepsia , make
your liver right. Easy to take , easy
to operate. 25c. All druggists.
\\unt your tmmalHCho or benrd n , beautiful
lirown or rich blank 1 Tlmn use
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE ft&.a .
h ctn. or pmrnnim , n * n. P H ii * Co. NUMIH , N.
Get Your Pension
iVrlte.CAPT.O'PAURfiLL. . Pension Agent , u
i cNew yorl : Avenue. WA8IIINOTON , U.C.
IfBIPNQfflHQ 'AimrilHli anil Civil Withi. Sol-
ipeiiaiUnia dlorH.SullorsVilowhf'hll4rcn ( ,
" li'utiiorsunilMothDiK. No fee unless success
ful , K. M. ( IKIJiTIIN 0. , Allurnrji , Uuhfnfcfnn , lit C.
IP H.H A EVIwnnt"l" > trnv < ! 1an < l
In BWt * * B > | ) ( | | , , ' , 00
per ninnth xnlary iitul HI ! r pi-
} Thompson's Eye Wafer.
Nl NEY-WlAKINQ SECRETS
IV. . LUCKY , flO llrimdwiiy , Now V orlcClty.
"I nave gene 14 days at a tima
without movement , of the
botvela. Chronla conttlpatlon for
aovcn yean placed mo In thli tirrlbla
condition ! 1 did everything I hoard
of but novcr found any relief until I
began uslnRCABUAUhTS. Inowhavo
from ono 10 three pamage. a day , and
If I wai rich 1 would tllvo ( I90.t for
each tnoveincnti It li tuch n relief. "
AYLHEH | > HUNT ,
1MV Ruucliat. . Detroit , Mich.
feet. Couldn't do without them. I
have Died them foraomo time for In.
dlicettlon and blllouinesa and am now
completely ourrd. Uecommend thorn ,
to every ono. Once tried , you will
never b wlthont them In the family. "
Kow , A. U ABZ , Albany , M. Y.
"A ( ape worm eighteen feet
lonKatleaitcameon the icons alter
my taking two OABOAUETfl. Thla 1
am turo hai cauied my bad health for
. . "For air year * I wax. orle-
lira of dyapepalalnlt. worttform.
I could cut nothing but milk toait ,
and at times my > toinach would no.
retain and dlgcit even that. Latt
March I bcpan tak'.ng OASOAlUCTa
and ilnco then I have ateadlly 1m.
proved , until 1 am aa well a. lever
waa In my life. "
DAVID II. tlCBroT , Newark , O.
FOR LAZY LIVER.
"I have been troubled a iirent ,
deal with a torpid liver , which pro * , s
ducTB conitlpatlon. I found OAbOA- !
ItKTb to be all you claim for them.
and recured auch relief th * Unt trial
that 1 purchased another tupply and
waa completely cured. I .ball only
botooKlad to recommend Caacareta
whenever tba opportunity la pra-
aented. " J.A.Bairn , '
SttOSutquehanna Are. ,
I'hlladolpnla , Ft
FOR BAD DLOOD.
for them and BIO a truly wonderful
medicine. Ihateoftenulnhad fpr
medicine iiloasunt to take , and at
latt have found It In OABOAUKTH.
blnca taklnir thorn iny blood nu been
purlflrd and mr complexion Eaa Im-
in ovod wonderfully , an1' -
txitter In every WBy.1 _
Uaa. BiLUi E. BEuau ,
Luttrell , Term.
This is the tablet , always stamped "CCC" ? When dealers try to substitute , they want > to 1
Don't take a substitute ! Got what you ask for ! make moro money out of you. Don't let them I