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price paid 'or county warrants, state
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1899.
THE treasury receipts for Aunust
did not, ra ike a bad showing, exceed
in" the expenditures by $4,500,000.
Tiikkk is still time to get upa slreet
fair in Pluttsmouth. The latter part
of S?ptemb r would bo tho proper
time to hold it.
Tiik anti-expansionists are getting
little satisfaction out of the members
of the First reg:ment. Nea ly every
soldier who has expressed himself on
the subject is in favor of holding the
The fusionists of Lancaster county
tried to induco Lieutenant Colonel
Eager to allow his name to go on their
ticket for clerk of the district court,
but he could not see it that way. He
was not so eager for defeat as to go
into a thing of that kind.
The Nebraska City N--ws is evi
dently very anxious that Ptul Jeesen
should uot become a c-ndidate for
district judge from tne w y it keeps
p: inting denials that ii ; isaeandidate.
THE News has heve seen a denial
from Mr. Jes-en or anyone else in
authority to the eft', et, that he would
not bo a eiir.d d.i e.
The Journal, in its characteristic
manner, made a fool of itself by ring
ing in politics in writing up tho re
ception to the soldier boys. R. B.
Windham made a good, sensible
speech and did not say one word that
was out of the way If making the
statement that the American flag
would wave over the Philippiues until
taken down ia an honorable way is
politics, why, thoo Mr. Wiudham did
get politics mixed .ni.o his speech.
THEY WILL. I AY TIIK1II WAY.
Statistics appear frequently in re
gard to the deve'.oudient of commerce
in Cuba, Potto Rico. the. Philippines
and Hawaii and in variably the exhibit
is that of growing trade and a local
expenditure f J ing f r below the lo
cal revenue. Bey.. ml the cost of
maintainiug its it1 m . in the islands
the United Stales (in J a surplus to its
credit in aii of them, s lys the Globe
Democrat. In the Philippines this
favorable margin amounts to $1,800,
000. In Cuba, for the first six months
of the present year, the surplus
reached $1,4S0,021. Nor have the de
mands of humanity in Cub i been
stinted in the least Charities and
hospitals during the six months re
ceived $J93,SS1 and $88,944 was be
stowed upon the destitute. No le?
than $1,712,014 was spent iu v trious
forms of sanitation, a vital work
wholly neglected under Spanish rule.
Tho additional item of $42,205 tor
quarantine belongs to the health de
partment. Over $500,000 was spent
for the improvement of barracks and
military quarters, another sanitary
item; and over $250,000 was allowed
for tho betterment of forts, harbors
and public works. Ample appropria
tions were allotted to civil adminis
tration, embracing, among other
things, a modernized postal depart
ment. At the same time the expansion of
American commerce in all the islands
is remarkable. Tho total exports of
the United States, for the fiscal year
recently ended, to Cuba, Porto Rico,
Hawaii and the Philippines reached a
total of $31,011,190, double the aggre
gate of two years ago. Taking the
average of the past ten years exports
to Cuba have increased 50 per cent, to
Porto Rico 25 per cent, to Hawaii 50
percent and to the Philippines 200
per cent, and this without including
army supplies or relief contrbutions.
Imports from all the islands are in
creasing fast, though all, except Ha
waii, are more or less disturbed indus
trially. It would be easy, by turning
back to the corgressional record, to
find non-expansionist speeches assert
ing that these islands would cost the
United States hundred of millions a
year. Such prophets of evil are noted
1NJOKMATION AN I) OPINION.
The constant labor of four persons
for an entiro j-ear is required to pro
duce a cashmere shawl of the best
I a lo!) Mohammed Balba usurped
i he 2rown of Granada in spite of the
superior claims of his elder brother,
Jussef. He was vzry unsuccessful in
his conduct of the war against the
Christians and was at length assassi
nated by poison absorbed through his
skin from a shirt. He entertained a
desperate dislike to the brother whom
he had injured and when he knew that
his own fate was sealed he sent an or
der to the governor of the prison in
which Jussef as . confined that he
should bo executed immediatelv.
When the order arrived Jussef was
playing chess with the chaplain of the
prison. With great difficulty Jussef
obtained a respite from the governor
permitting him to finish the pame.
Before it was ended, however, news
came that the usurper had died of the
poison. This cancelled the order of
execution and Ju-sef, instead of going
to the scaffold, mounted the throne.
Senator Depew says he believes that
a course of lectjres on the operation
of railroads would be a valuable addi
tion to all our leading colleges, con
sidering the large part which rail
roads play in our everyday life, aod
how little they are understood.
Among the numerous things consid-
j ered 8flt:red ln Indi ia the banyan tree,
one ol tne ug genus, remtrKaoie ior us
va-t rooting brunches The hor zon
tal branches send down snoots which
take root when they reach the ground
and enlarge into trunk?, which, iu their
turn, send out brunches.
Ten years ago Louis G. Gottman
went in debt to buy a farm of 125 acres
in Marion county, Missouri. He re
fused all attempts to sell him more
land, but carefully cultivated every
foot he had, except what he used for
pasture. He is now out of debt, has
built a $1,000 barn, and recently mado
a trip with his family to Europe. Ho
attributes his remarkable success to
utilizing to its fullest capacity what
he possessed, without trying to overdo
Seven miles below Dardanville,
Ark., a party of negroes, consisting of
Mrs. Calvin J ickson and two children
and Mrs. John Smith, with three
children, and Louis Price, a grown
man, were crossing the river in a
skiff, when, from some unknown
cause, the boat capsized, drowning
the entire party.
Governor Poynter has not yet ex
plained why he ptrdoned the Cass
county murderer. Was it because the
man had rich relatives in Canada?
Why was the pardon secretly issued
contrary to law? Let some fusion re
former arise and explain. The Opiu
A farmer's wife, near Wellington,
Mo., while out feeding chickens last
week, dropped an ear-ring, which was
quickly gobbled up by one of the fowls.
She could not pick out the particular
chicken, so kill them, one by one
twenty-seven i i all but failed to find
the e.tr-ring. Then she began to look
around and found it in the grass,
where the fowl had dropped it.
California can boast of possessing
the smallest postoflice. It is Virpinia,
in San L ago county. The postoHlce
building is made of an old piano bx,
and is about six feet bigh and five feet
wide. There are five priv.te boxes,
besides the general delive y window
but there are no accommodations for
money-order business. TvO stages
running from S in Diego to E-condido
stop at the postoffica daily to deliver
and receive mails.
According to a New York physician,
women who enter the hospitals there
to letrn the profession of nures look
upon the hospital as a matrimonial
huiiting ground, where young physi
cians are the quarry; that flirting
with the doctors comes first, and tak
ing care tf the patients sec .nd.
A meteorite fell, on July 10, near
Allegan, Mich. It was eighteen inches
long and twelve inches in diameter.
but was broken into several pieces by
its fall. The largest fragment weighed
RKFCHL1CAN STATE CONVENTION.
The republican electors of the state
of Nebraska are requested to send del
egates from their respective counties
to meet in convention in the city of
Omaha on Thursday, the 21st day of
September, 1809, at 2 o'clock p. m., for
the purpose of placing in nomination
candidates for the following offices:
One judge of the supreme court.
Two regents of the state university
And to transact such other bu-iness as
may properly come before the conven
The several counties are entitled to
representation as follows, the appor
tionment being base'd upon the vote
cast for Hon. M. L. Hayward for gov
ernor in 1898, giving each county one
delegate at largo and one for each 100
votes and major fraction tbereof.to-wit:
-.13 Polk.. . .
... 3 Red Willow..".'.
.. 4 Sarpy
.. 17 Saunders
.. 9 Seward
.. 3 Sioux ,
.. 4 Stanton
.. 8jVashington ...
Hitchcock t... S
It is recommended that no proxies
be admitted to the convention apd
that the del -gates present be author
ized to cast the entire vote of the dele
gation of the county which it repre
sents. It is further recommended that
whenever two county con volitions be
held the selection of a county commit
tee 6hall take place at the first con
vention und then in every case the
secretary be required to promptly ad
vise the state committee of the organ
ization of uch new committee with
the names of officers, members, post
office address and name of precinct
represented by each.
Omaha. Nebiaska. June 23, 1899.
R. B Schneider, Chairman.
P. O. HkDLUND. Secre-ary.
CALL FOR I OCNTV CONVENTION.
Tho renublie-in electors of Chss
county are hereby called to meet in
convention tobe held at Weeping
Water, September 16, 1899, at 11
o'clock a. m , Tor the purp .se of elect-
tng twenty;MX delegates to attend the
.voui, lUuc.lolul vruaaua.
oepiemoer i,a,.s iweniy-iour aeie
gules to attend the judicial conven
tion to be helo at Nebraska City, Sep
tember 22, and to place in nomination
candidates for tho following offices.
County deck, county treasurer.
clerk of th ) r'ist-iet ourt, county
judge, county sheriff, superintendent
of public instruction, corono.-, county
surveyor, one iflember of boatd of
county commissioners for S?eond
commissiorifrs" od isti iet, iind for the
trans ictio'i of such other business as
may tomo before it. The committee
recommends that there bo do proxies
recognized, but thut delegates present
cast the full vote of their several pre
cincts aud wards. Primaries to select
delegates to said convention will be
field on. S iturday, September 9. Rep
resentation Is baed upon vote cast for
candidate for governor. Judge Hay
ward, in 1S9S, being one delegate for
each twelve votes or major fraction
thereof, and one delegate at largo for
each preoinct or ward.
Following is given the place of hold
ing, lime and delegates each ward and
precinct are olhled to:
l-RIX T AND VOTINC; I'l-ACK. TIME.
Avoca Avuca 2pm
Center Mauley 2 p ni
Eight Mile Grove Hei! sch house 4 p ni
blmwood Murdock. 8 p n
Cireenwood Alvo 4 p in
Liberty Lynn's hall. L'nion 3 p m
Louisville Hassenieier hall.. 7 to 9 p in
Mt I'leasant Usual place 8 p ni
Nehawka School house 7 p in
Flatts prec Taylor school house.. 8 p ni
Salt Creek Greenwood 8 p ni
Stove Creek Op hse. Elm wood... 8 p ni
8outh Bend School house 7:0 p ni
Tipton Lumber office. Eagle 8 p in
Rock Bluffs 1st dist. Rock B... .7 p ni
Rock Bluffs-id dist.. Murray 7 p ni
W W prec Cascade sch hse 6:30 p ni
Weeping ater City
First ward G. A. R. hall 8 to 9 p m
Second ward Council chm 8 to 9 p ni
Third ward Howell's hall 8 to 9 p m
First ward Perkins house-... ! to 7 p m
Second ward Turner hall 5 to 7 p ni
Third wd Kichey lum office.. 5 to 7 p in
Fourth wd Council chm 5 to 7 p ni
Filth ward So. Park sch hse .5 to 7 p m
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Was the result of his splendid health.
I'ldotniiable will and tremenaous en
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liver, kidreys and bowels are out of
otde-. If you want th-se qualities
and the success they bring, use Dr.
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Nebraska City, Neb., Aug. 18.
The repubiicm judicial convention
rot the Second judici -1 district in Ne
br is hereby called to meet at Ne
braska City September 22, 1899, at 1
o'clock p. m. of t-aid day in the dis
trict court room in said city for the
purpose of putting in nomination one
judge of thi district court in said dis-
tiict, ami to transact such other busi
ness as may properly be brought be
fore said convention.
The representation in said conven
tion wiil be C;'ss count3", 24; OtOe
county. 2;; bcirg one delegate for
each .huadr: d votes cast for Hon. M.
L H tyward in 189S, or the maj r frac
M. L. IlAYWAKD, Chairman.
Jkssk S. Mapi.s, S cretary.
A free and easy expectoration is pro
duced by a f-w doses of Ha-llard'a
Ilorehound Svrup, in all cases of
hoarseness, sore throat, or difficulty
of breathing. Price 25 and 50c. F. G
Fricke & Co.
Education in India.
British India has 140 colleges and
17,000 Etudents. Only one male in ten
and one female in 160 are able to read.
Warm Whalebone to Cut It.
Whalebone may be easily cut if
warmed first over a lamp or by the
fire, when it will become soft.
California produces about one-third
of the almonds consumed in the United
Independent .IndK-lal Convention.
The peoples' independent party's
judicinl convention for the Second
iudicial district in the state of Ne-
braska is hereby called to meet at Ne
braska City, September 12. 1899, at 7
o'clock p. m. of ssm-'I day in tne ai-
trict court room in said city for tne
placing in nomination of one jude of
the district court in saia aisinc;, ana
to transact such other business as may
properlv come before the convention.
The representation in said convention
will be: Cass county 20 delegates;
Otoe county 20 delegates.
W. F. Mohan, Chairman.
Hubert J. Vaps, Secretary.
Blotches and e.xcresence, which so
often annoy people, are simp'y efforts
of nature to throw off impediments to
the proper performance of her duties.
Herbine will aid and assist nature in
n her work, and ensure a skin clear
and beautiful, entirely free frona all
m perfection s. Price 50c. F. G.
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Beecham's Pills for Stomach and
TELEPHONES IN HAWAII, .
There is one telephone to every
fifty-two inhabitants in the Hawaiian
islands, and one to every forty-one
persons in the principal island of Oahu;
and a Honolulu letter to the Chicago
Record makes it clear that in these
new possessions of ours the telephone
Is really a public "institution."
Isolated as the islands are, the ar
rival of a steamship from a foreign
land is of interest to almost every one.
The government maintains a lookout
station on Diamond Head, from which 1
approaching vessels can be sighted
iUe 3tI11 from twenty to forty miles
, t ! , , ""er U
Centrar then not,fles h
offlce the port physiclan the boal of
Health, the custom house, the post-
office, the newspaper offices and a few
other persona who have a particular
interest la eaxlv information of this
character. Then the electric light
company is notified, and it gives twn
long whistles if the steamer Js from
niut-i iiu. una mree lr ii is rroni ant
other part of the world.
For two minutes after these whistles
are blown no telephone connections are
made, but the force at "central" keeps
repeating the name of the steamer and
Its location, as "Australia off Koko
rieau, or cnina on A aianae, so that
all any one needs to do is to go to the
nearest telephone, put the receiver to
his ear and learn what steamer it la
and where it is.
If the steamer brings any striking
piece of news of general interest "cen- j
tral" gives It to everybody who calls'
up for a connection. In this way th
destruction or tne Maine was known
all over the island within ten mlnuces
after the Zealandia. whteh brought the
news, was at the wbaif.
If an important personage dies, the
news U distributed in the saaie way.
and "central" can always b depended
on to give the hour and place of a
funeral as soon as the hour is fixed.
In New York and Chicago, if you want
to malve an inquiry, you ask a police
man. In Honolulu you ask "central."
The meat markets have a list of
their regular customers at "central,"
and at about C o'clock each evening
"central" calls them all up in order
nd takes their orders for the next
TO BEAUTIFY DOORS.
It is seldom that the door of a room
Is made a decorative feature. Too
often it Is hidden behind a portiere
nn n rnppinr mnanmlAaa orranffp- t
ment when w- rnni.lpr th.t If r,lv th
door were well made and eklllfully fit j "-ed from them. Many believe them
ted it would stueesfully exclude all incurable. This is a n.istaKe. P. ..p. r
draught, and the addition of another ( treatment will cure them. Tabler'
screen would be quite unnecessary. Buckeye Pile Oimment is nn infallible
Since the fashion of hiding the door in cure. Price, .10c. in bottles, tutu s 7oe.
this way has been adopted tha archt- p. q. Fricke & Co.
trave has not been regarded as of any
Importance, and consequently the
modern door is, a3 a rule, badly pro
portioned and by no means well de
signed. During the periods from which we
take many of our present best ideas cf
decoration namely the Louis XIV..
XV. and XVI. doors were treated with
the utmost care and skill; not only
were they carved or painted, but thetr
locks and hinges were beautifully de
signed and finished so much so that
an old French lock or hinge is of value
as a work of art. This is as it should
be. The door should receive equally
as much attention as the fireplace oi
window. It need not be elaborately
carved, but It should be well designed
and furnished with appropriate lock
and hinges. Then, again, the door
should always be hung in such a man
ner that the part of the room in which
the occupant usually sits is screened,
and it should open into the room to
facilitate the entrance, and also give
the impression of hospitality.
The hall door should be more sub
stantially built than that of the room,
and looks best if plain In design and
solid in co'or. It shou' 1 have bold
architectural molrMngs. but no elab
orate decorative detail, and its lotk,
hinges and handle should be skillfully
wrought ln a suitable metal, such as
iron or bronze. In every casa the
metal work should be appropriate to
the door, as, for Instance, wrought iron
or bronze with oak, copper with ma
hogany and brass with walnut.
Hammocks this year are both varied
and numerous ia design, and also,
which is pleasant news, very reason
able in price. Those of colored twine
are perhaps more pleasant and com
fortable for lying in than tho rougher
hemp, and just as strong. They arc
wider, less given to tipping and depos
iting their burden on the. grass or ver
anda floor, and better balanced than
As there is nothing so conducive to
perfect comfort on a hot summer's
day than a pleasantly hung hammock,
no one should go to the country with
out one. In the shops they are show
ing tiny ones for babies, and many
doctors advocate letting the little ones
sleep In a properly hung hammock
during the warm nights, on the theory
that they are more healthful than over
heated cribs, with hair mattress and
Tents are displayed of all kinds and
descriptions. To those in possession of
a large lawn or golf links tents placed
here and there are oases in a sun
baked stretch. Many swinging chairs
are fashioned somewhat like tents.and
arc considered quite a boon for grand- '
father or grandmother.
Fou Sale or Rent Store room
and dwelling combined, 34xo8 feet,
known as the T. V. Davis store, in
Murray. Inquire of J. W. Edmunds,
There's always hope while there's
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of Hannibal, Ma, lately had a won-
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was taken with typhoid fever, that
ran into pneumonia. My lungs bo
came hardened. I was so weak I
couldn't even sit up in bed. Nothing
consumption, when I heard of Dr.
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National Kac.npmrat u. a. it. t i-im-
The lowest rates of the year ler-8
than one faro for the round trip will
be made for the N Uional Encampment
of theG. A. H. at Philadelphia. Sell-
, , . c, . , , 0 . ., 4 ,,
ing dates. September 1, 2 and S. he-
turn limir, September 3D. Hate open
to the general public.
As usual th veterans and their
tends will take the Burlington route,
, avoiding change of depots in Chicago
and securing for themselves the spe
cial advantages in the way of fast time
and through c.r service which that
Special Grand Army train for Phila
delphia leaves Omah 5:00 p. in. Sat
urday, September 2d. Sleeping, din
ing and free reclining chair cars.
Berths can be reserved now. See local
ticket agent and ask him about rates,
and trains. Or, if you wislr', wri;o to
J. Francis, general ptsenger agent,
No one knows the unbearable torture,
. ' the peculiar and rgonijirg pain
c .used by pils. unless they have BU
Cure for lusoinanla.
depends upon the individual. One per-
son will find a hearty meal before bed-
time conducive to sleep, while another
thinks that an empty stomach is the
best plan in order to obtain sleep. A
cold Dam, ruDoing me nanus in cold
water, a wet towel applied to the tem
ples are all helpful to a good night's
rest. Some persons think that the only
way to insure sleep is to fix the mind
upon some real or fancied object, while
others think that to count from one on-
, ward endlessly will weary the brain so
. that sleep will come,
i "Best on the market for coutrh- and
clds and all bronchial troubl -;
, croup it has no qu'tl," writer II n
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Worn Bank Note.
Every year th treasurer of the
United States is called upon to redeem
millions of bank notes which have be
come badly worn as a result of con
stant handling. During the fiscal year
recently closed Treasurer Roberts gave
new bills in exchange for old to the
amount of 1290,000,000, breaking the
record of the last six years. This Is
an Indication that with the return of
nrosnerlt ntnnn. la In frP circulation
E. E. Turner, Compton, Mo., was
cured of piles by De Witt's Witch
Hazel Salve after suffering seventeen
years and trying over twenty rem
edios. Physicians and surgeons en
dorse it. Beware of dangerous couu-;
terfeits. F. G. Fricke & Co.
Aroaad the World la a Month. ;
When the trans-Siberian railroad is
finished we shall be s :e to make the
"tour du monde" In tM-ty-three days.
According to the Ui .-:.!in minister ot
roads and cominunlc.'-tions the itine
rary will be: B:en:tn tj St. Tetersburg
by rail, one and or.e-Va'.f days; St.
Petersburg to Vladivostok-:. Ly rail, ten
days; thence to San Fiancisco by .5.
steamer, tt-n days; theuce to New York,
by rail, four and a half djy.:, ?nd back
to Bremen, by sea, seven days. Per-
haps some "Phlntas Fogs" will do it
In a month. At present the shortest A
route from Southampt r.. by Paris, i
Brlndisi. Yokohama, S.-". Fraac'sco anJ
New York is sixty-fix days.
"They are simply perfect," writes
Robert Moore, of La Fajette, Ind., of
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
'fumniis little nilla" f.e pnnci i i-,n
and nil liver ai'ments, rever ynpe. F.
G. Fricke & Co.
Fo f tb Trained Xuru.
A German Journal is authority for
the statement that two-thirds of the
tralnsd nurses, actively engaged ac-
,r and d J tuberculosla
Llttl Tax on Caah Wealth.
Nearly all the taxes levied in the
auction and conaumptlon. rather than
For Sale A five acre t-act in South
Park, all in fruit. House, barn, well
and cistern in good repair. Thrasher.
' - '.f V
A CEAITIFI'L ATIJ
IMITATING STRWGED :.'
has been added to the well
TEENS: 525 CASH. 5i?0 MGNIKLY.
With Stool and Scarf.
HADE IH 0AH, WALNlTand H4HCG i'A
Write For Particulars.
MInlns Is not without Its rom.n:
Like many other pursuits in ;
great risks are taken to win all
nothing, the ranures often lea.I i .
sational consequences. In n.,:ia
- for instance, a ruined gold miner
milieu suiiiue in a manner aim .-
dramatic, according to the records , ,
that mining district. During the tin,,,
of the gold rush a certain dcst i!. l
claim was held sacred for years .n. i
the tools strewn about the win.ih
were left to rust away untouch,
party of 'varsity men, old school i, i
lows and of gentle birth, ha, I sum,
their shaft there and worked -villi, n?
tua-r uum men money was .-; -nr
ue evening one of them at wori, a
the bottom of the shaft shouted: - ji,,
"P- ,,oy8: lhe t,,ne is rome at
They hauled up, and when the en )
, the cable came to the top they fo,-'J-
their comrade's lifeless body hanu,.:
; from the chain. He had detached th
1 bucket, tied a noose about his neck,
fastened the noose lo (he chain, au.l
: as hanKe.l by his clearest friends. Th-
Jilf "7" "Kl'u aruI r"
, fpected by the other miners, who
.01(, roaJjy h ivp plll)S(.l ib(.(, a t7lo.
pjnd ounCi,g of goIJ dl3t , giV(l ,hni,
a fresh start, but ere the dawn of th.
next day the whole party had disan-
peared. leaving their claim in tin-
; B.mie state as it lay at the time of th.'
Chester II. Brown, Kalauia.oo,Mich ,
says: "Kodol Dyspepsia Curt cur. 1
me of a severe case of indigestion; can
strongly recommend it to all dyspep
tics." Digi-sts what you oat without
aid from the stomach, and cures dv
pepsia. F. (r Fricke fc Co.
The "(.jut H.-il'" o-C 'it cigar has an
onvh-ble reputation it mom smoker-.
Union made. For sale by all dealer-.
Ott U'url, Manufacturer.
;. j Copper Colored
j There is only one cure for Contagious
Blood I'oisun the disease which has
j completely battled the doctors. The)
! are totally unable to cure it, and direct
! their efforts toward bottling the poiso-i,
tin in t in I, ,ul iinit kti,ki 1 1 1 it ti f.......
: .. '..
v.,e""' ,V,'S' h" t',,res ,i,st as" ",M-
1,velv ",rI I'unently by forcing out
every trace of the taint,
read nil evr mv Im.,Iv.
'1 iH-sc soon lirnUfoui ini'
fcnics. and it Is cny t,,
imincin.- the suflcm,; I
eiiuiii'cd. H e f ii r e I I -emnr
runt I rt -- 1 lliin ti c
ii-l.rs rim 1 ii,t n. ,l
I IiikI sp, hi u l)iin,l;., I
i, I In rs, t I irli v a - n a, . y
tlimtvii awnv. I t h i,
trl.-.l various ni,ii
nx-dieiiH'S, l.nt they . 1 1 1
not reiu'h the i
Wmn I liiid l n v
first bottle of S. K .V I
w n f Krentlv t rn .i . I
mid was ii-firrh-,i wi-li
the r --alt. The lari-e red sjilot. oti i:.y
Clieut 1,1-MM tn UTOtt pll T HC'I SIIII'll. r llll I
before loii' li.-a (j.' red entirely. I regain. 1
my l,i-t ueiu'ht. Iieejnne bl router, n ml mv ni
i ti!e frestly Improved. I whs soon "niii-!
well, ami n:y" skin clear u.-. n piece of
II. L. My hits, DM) Mulberry St.. Newark, N J.
Don't destroy all jMissil.h' chance of a
cure by taking the doctor's treatment
of mercury and potash. These minerals
cause the hair to full out. and will
wreck the entire system.
is pprki.y v kg eta ble, and is the only
blood remedy guaranteed to contain no
potash, mercury, or other mineral,
Books on the disease and its treat-
merit mailed free by Swift Specific Coin-
P&nf Atlanta, Georgia.
'M Wt r' FnclUb IlluionH Brand.
Orlsrlntit mmn Only ttenulnf.
?niI le.l wt'h Mum rit.(.on I ske 4f
in itnnl f r isjrllru'art. t otini-mtal sin 4
"KlifT rr n crcp. r.? mora
fivUtallLo-al lrufista. IIIILA1A., ,
LINCOLN K AM.
M js i ; i, s rs ,
ii. yi. )i.:u iisi.y ;ai. itfer.
L-u-;r t So p!y o' . 1 1 the
HM2 COAL soft?
Inc'iid'.n the Faree.:
1 !:-. p If;!' -ri
s I ' '1 ' 1 1 v I ,'l '.
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tateb SI arm 31.50 us. u
i'.p;i .i v i .
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