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Unvolllng of a Monumont at Booh
OBtor, N. Y.
President Harrison's rnthuslnstlo ttecep-
Hon Ono Hundred Thousand
Visitors The liar EUia
RocttiSTEn, N. Y., May St. Publto
anil private business was suspended
yesterday nnd everybody took a holiday.
It Is cstiinnted that fully 2.10,000 pcoplo
took active part in the various demon
titrations of the day. Of this number
nearly 100,000 came from tho surround
President Harrison, who arrived Sat
urday evening, was enthusiastically re
ceived everywhere and was compelled
to bow his acknowledgments to a most
enthusiastic cheering. The weaUicr
was bright and fair. The feature of
tho day was tho dedication of a hand
Borne monument in Washington square
in honor of tho boldlcm ami sailors of
Monroe county who died in defense of
the union and the speeches of President
llnrrison nnd Governor Flower.
The buildings along the principal
streets floated thousands of flags and
countless yardsof bunting and it is Hafo
to say that never before in its history
were Buch elaborate decorations seen.
The president nnd governor and other
distinguished guests arose early and
liad breakfast at 8 o'clock at Ontario
Ueach, to do which a nine mile- rldo In
THS nOClIESTKA MONUMENT.
an electric er waa necessary. A largo
body of gaily decorated bicyclists fol
lowed tho ear as an escort. The party
stopped at Kodak park on the way to
the beach and hod their pictures taken.
Upon arriving ut the beach, the rUltors
were welcomed by the public and paro
chial school children of Charlotte who
sang patriotic airs. On returning to
the city the president and governor held
a public reception at the Powers botel
lasting from 10:80 to 12 o'clock and kept
the pcoplo busy shaking hands during
The exercises at the unveiling of the
monument were practically a review in
which 6,000 men and boys formed into
organized bodies and participated.
(Jen. Ueynolds made a short introduc
tory address, at tho elosa of which the
statue was unveiled by lire young ladies,
each the daughter of a veteran belong
ing to one of the five G. A. It posts in
this city. The oration waa then de
livered by President 11111, of Rochester
unlvcrtiity, and the poem read by Samuel
II. Lowe. President Harrison and Gov.
Flower each made an address. Tha
benodiction was pronounced by Rev.
Dr. Asa Saxo, of the First Univ-rsalisl
Wabihnoton, May 81'. Early yester
day morning the weather was cloudy
and threatening and rain fell gently at
intervals, but later, tha sun broke
through the clouds and there was noth
ing to interfere with tha patriotic and
solemn ceremonies of tha day.
The most elaborate ceremomes at tha
cemeteries were at the Arlington.
At the 8oldUrs noma National cem
etery the ceremonies attending tha
Memorial day celebration began at 10
Mount Vernon, tha boms of .Washing
ton, had many visitors and patriotic
hands placed many a floral tributs on
the tomb of the father of his country.
New Yohk, May 81. At sunriss yes
terday the national, state aud munici
pal flags were displayed at half mast
Though tho day was bright during most
of tho morning, a shower fell at 0
o'clock, tho hour fixed for the parade,
but it hud no effect on tha army men,
who were drawn up ou tho plaza,
Central park, waiting for the signal.
Tho regular troops, under command of
Llcut-Col. William E. King, headed the
procession. Then came tha national
guard, naval reserve artillery and Grand
Army posts ,ln nine divisions, with the
Old Guard as a guard of honor.
at bt. Louis. ,
St. Louis, May 81. Memorial day
was observed here in about tha usual
manner. There was a parade by Grand
Array posts and Sons of Veterans, after
which they and several thousand cltl
sous went by railroad and steamboat to
Jefferson barracks, tha army recruiting
station, twelve miles down tha rlrer,
where the remains of some 15,000 union
and confederate soldiers lie In one of
the nation's cemeteries,
at JEFi-KiutoM crrr.
Jkpferson Crrr, Ma, May 81. Deco
ration day was observed hero yesterday,
the business houses and public offices
being closed in the afternoon. Owing
to tho inclement weather the memorial
services at the national cemetery were
cry brief. Upon tho invitation of
James A. Garfield post G. A. It, No. 0
of this city, Hon. John J. Ingalls,
of Kansas, was present as orator of tho
occasion. Ills presence had been very
extensively advertised and quite an as- i . nimpson, or Jackson; jj. jy. biiano,
emblnge wus present from adjoining ' of Jefferson; D. If. Grossback, of Lcav
towns to hear him. He spoko shortly onworth; J. W. Tanner, of Pottuwato
ftcr a o'clock in the hall of the housa . mle. Alternates: L T. McGulre, of At
of representatives. if! R. V. Parch, of Brown, and J.
HIGH WATER MARK.
Dedication of tho Monument at Uctlrs
Imrjr, l'n. Iteiunrk of den. Homer.
Okttysiioho, Pa., June 8. In tho
presence of thousands of spectators tho
high-water mark tablet of Gettysburg
waa dedicated yesterday. Ex-Gov. James
A. Heaver delivered tho oration and
James Jeffrey Hoche, of Huston, read
the pnotn. Short addresses were also
made by Gens. Schotleld, Hloemn, Webb
nnd Vcascy nnd other prominent mili
After expressing regret at tho absence
of Gen. lllngham, who was originally
Tin men water makk monument at
selected to deliver tho chlefaddrcss,
Gen. Heaver said: ,v
As tho years po by I become BeraMxl more
convinced of the duty which derolTSSi tipon tha
survivors of our Lite war to smooth tae.vsy for
tho compicto union In srattment, tu the' .fellas
of the people of nil sections of our common
country and for the utter destruction of sec
tionalism In all Its form and phases Every
regiment composing the army of the I'otomno
has, or will, sooner or later, liavo n monument
which shall icll tho story of Us dovotion. lltil
what of the forces which tnmlo It risible
for the army of tho Potomac to mko a de
fense? From their right to their loft, with
perhaps but n single exception, you will
find np monumont to mark tho position of
a single regiment of the urmv of northern Vir
ginia. We cannot argue ourselves Into the be
llcf that they woro right. Wo can admire their
courage, fortitude nnd endurance. Wo can as
knowledgo thst they were at least our equals la
nil that constitutes tho boldicr nnd makes him
a focuian worthy of our Meet. Why should not
this find mi acknowledgment on tliln tleldl Why
should not tho strategy nnd tuctlcHof the battle
of Gettysburg bo studied frombothtddcRf Why
should not tho government of the United
States take possession of thU entire battlefield
nnd make it a national park, which can be tha
resort of all our people? Why should not con-
tTTOBm m.t'n Dnn.nn.UtUn. frt 1nil,iffnnl nfiil
constructing avenues along tho various lines ou-'
cuplrd by tho army or northern Virginia and
marking the position of every one of 1U regi
ments. An irrepressible conllict no longer
separates us Into contending factions. Our
aims, hopes and ambition for our couutry ara
Upon this field, where the dlvtilon was so bit.
torly emphasized, let us mako tho effort for
union. The dedication of this monument Is the
guarantee that such a result can be succeuf ally
THE DALTON GANG.
I'ursolt of the Men Who Itobbed tha Santa
Fa -Loss Nat Heavy.
Gutiiiuk, Ok., Juno 8. Tho six rob
bers who held up the southbound Santa
Fe train at Red Rock Wednesday night
were a very genteel set They declined
to interfere with the passengers, apol
ogized to tho engineer for rudeness and
altogether behaved very prettily. But
they did a vast amount of shooting and
nr body outside of Wclls-Fargo officials
knows just how many thousand dollars
they carried with them when they gal
loped away in the darkness toward tha
hills in the Creek country.
As is usual there is mystery as to the
amount tho gang Bttcurcd. The express
officials are declaring now that not over
4000 was taken. Others say tha
amount was less than 12,400.
first account which declared that fully
950,000 had been socured catno from
good authority, and waa backed up by
tha statement of the railroad men
is impossible to get anything deflnito
from the officials of the company.
Their policy of concealment and belittl
ing of losses in such cases is wall
known. It is generally bellered hsra
that quite $50,000 was stolen.
An Indian who came in yesterday
afternoon from tha Iowa reservation
said that ha met in the tom from the
strip to the Iowa land six men on tired
horses. The men, ho says, "would not
talk to him. There is no doubt that
'these aro tho robbers. They arc be
lieved to bo tha notorious Dalton gang.
Detectlvo Ainsley, of Oklahoma City,
says that he has had information for a
week that tho Dal tons have been in this
country. A day or so ago a man ha has
been shadowing as their supply agent
bought eighteen boxes of cartridges in
Oklahoma City and departed quietly.
Changes of Iteslilenra Whloh Have
lieen Affreed Upon.
Omaha, Neb., June a. The'bishops
of the Methodist I'pificophl church have
decided to make tho following changes
Uishop Ninde leaves Topekn and will
reside at Detroit, Uishop Mallalleu goes
from New Orleans to Buffalo, Ktshop
Fowler from San Francisco to Minneapo
lis, Uishop Vincent from liuffalo to To
peka, Kan., and U!hhop Fitzgerald
from Minneapolis to New Orleans.
Uishop Ooodscll will be at Fort Worth
for a tlmo and then go to San Francis
co. Bishop Vincent Is qulto ill here with
nn attack of bronchitis. Ills physician
lias given orders tiiat ho must ceasa
talking for a few days until the disease
can be overcome. Tills attack is the
result of a severe cold that ha con
tracted during tha conference.
Fred Close dominated.
" Holton, Kan., Juno a The people's
party convention of the First congres
sional district nominated Fred Close for
congress on tho eighth ballot. Seven
names were presented and the proceed
ings at times wero somewhat sensa
tional. Mr. Close's nomination is re
garded ns n defeat of fusion prospects.
The following were elected delegates
to tho nutional convention at Omaha:
I Mil JVUllUg, VI HUIUUIIU.
Epitome or tho 1'rurrmllns of Itotfc)
Ilntier the 1'ait Werk.
Tits silver free cotnago bill was before the
senate on tho 27th as unfinished business.
After desultory remarks It was arranged tlt.it
discussion should commence on Tuesday, the
31st, to which tlmo the seu.itc adjourned ...The
llnteh anil option bill received its llrst defeat
In the house ou n motion of its author to go Into
eommlltco of tho a hole for tho consideration of
revenue bills. Tbounti option bill was the llrst
rovonuo bill en the calendar In tho order of con
sldoratlon and the committee, by a tlo vote of
108 to 108, refused to tako up tho measure of the
gentleman from Missouri. Tho notion Is by no
means vital In 1U otlcct on the bill, as tho mens
lire merely retains lt placo on the calendar,
subject to nnothor motion of like portent by
Mr Hatch at a subicquent dntra
The sennts was tint In session on tho 8lh.,..
In the house tho legislative appropriation bill
was reiHirtcd by Mr. I'orney, of Arkansas, and
referred to tho eommlltco of the whole. Tho
post office npproprl itlon bill was then taken up
ind discussed until adjournment.
Tun day In tho seuate on tho 31st was do
voted to tho silver question, Mr. Sherman hav
ing the floor In opposition to freo coinage....
Tho post onlce appropriation bill was before
the house. The freo delivery clauso gavo rlso
to a good deal of discussion nnd n vote on a
motion to Increase tho appropriation for the
puriKiie disclosed tho fact that there waslcss
thsn ft majority of members attending thn busi
ness of the housu. Tho committee on Indian
ntlalrs reported favorably u substitute for Cul
berson's bill to punish Intruders In tho Mc civ
ilized tribes In tho Indian territory Tho bill
reported gives ninety days nf ter passigo of the
bill for intruders to get out, nnd all Intruders nro
subject to a fine of from WW to 11,000. one-third
logo to the tribe In which tho Intruder Is found,
one third to the Informant and tho remainder
to the treasury of tho United States. The
court Is also empowered to sentenco to tho pcnl-
tcnllary for one year. The bill has Dccn urgcu
by the Indian agents from tho tribes, who In
sist that ihoy are being Imposed upon by tho
'trespassers, and tho number of Intruders has
recently been Increasing qulto rapidly.
Tntns Is to bo no vote ou tho freo silver coin
age bill or on any umendment to It until after
tho Minneapolis convention shall have closed:
and In all probability will bo nono until after
the Chicago couvcntlou shall also come to nn
end the senate ha lug voted on tho 1st on the
suggestion of Mr Aldrlch, and without a single
dlsssnt from either side of tho chamber, that no
vote should bo Ulien on Hint bill until nflcr the
Hthof June. An apparently Innocent looking
house bill to regulate tho manner In which prop
erty shall be sold under decrees of umico.
Slates courts had been taken from tho calendar
nnd was about to be passed without question.
when Mr. Teller offered nti amendment requir
ing officials to receive legal tender money In
satisfaction of Judgments. Mr. Sherman was
prompt to notice us an effect of the amendment
that It mlcht bo a violation of posslbla conul
tlons In note or mortgage llut the debt should
be paid In gold, llut Mr. Morgan moved to pro
ceed to Its eonsldi ration, notwithstanding Mr.
Sherman's objection, and It was on that motion
that Mr. Hill loted with tho freo silver men....
The post ofllcn appropriation bill was before
the house. Almost tho entire day was con
sumed lu discussion of jMilnts of order.
IN tho senate ou the 2d Mr. Turner's resolu
tion calling for tho correspondence with Ilaytt,
Colombia and Venezuela regarding reciprocity
was taken up and when tho mover had spoken
at length It was adopted.
At 2 p. m. luu freo
coinage bill was taken up and Mr. Stownrt re
sumed his argument. Senate bill to provldo for
two additional associate Judges of tho supremo
court of the territory of Oklahoma was passed.
....In the house Mr. Hatch, of Missouri, re
ported the agricultural appropriation bill nnd It
was ordered printed aud recommitted. On mo
tion of Mr. Koin tbo senate bill was passed
granting twenty acres of tho Fort Sydney mill
tary reservation to tho City of Sydnoy, Neb.,
for cemetory purposes. Tho house went Into
committee of the wholo on tho post office ap
propriation bill. Mr. Livingston, of Georgia,
moved to Increase by two, coo the appropriation
for star roulo service. Agreed to, 1UI to 00.
BURNED TO DEATH.
The Fearful Accident Whereby a Soubratte
Artist Lost Her I.Uo.
Providence, It. I., June!!.- A terrible
accident occurred at the City hotel at
nn early houryestcrday morning, which
resulted in the death of one of the best
kuown soubretUt artists on the Ameri
Miss Polly McDonald, one of tho lead
ing ladies in Lester it Williams' Me and
Jack company, now playing an en
gagement at Westminster theater, was
the victim, nnd by a lighted match ig
niting her night dress she was literally
baked from feet to neck, causing in-
, juries which resulted in death ut 8:30
Miss McDonald had occasion to light
the iras about 2:30 o'clock nnd then she
threw tha match, ns she thought, into a
cuspidor, but it fell on her night dress
I and before assistance could reach her
she was terribly burned Miss McDon
ald was a native of Englnnd, 'i!i years
old and had been with Tony Pastor,
llallon & Hart nnd other companies.
EXHIBIT FROM THE VATICAN.
A. Cablegram From Archbishop Ireland
Cuioaoo, June 8. News of important
action wholly without precedent in tho
I history of the Vatican was cabled to
Chicago yesterday. Pope Leo XIII. in
order to testify his interest in tho Co
lumbian exposition and his special re
spect for tho American pcoplo has de
termined to bend an important exhibit
from the Vutieau. Such a step was never
before taken in regard to a world's
fair by tha papal authorities. Tho cable
gram making the announcement of the
intention of tho holy father and author
izing tho engagement of space for tho
exhibit was received from Archbishop
Ireland by lion. W. J. Onalmu. The
text of the message was as follows:
To Onnhan, Chicago:
Siena, Juno 2. Pope exhibits. En
gage space specially. luur.AND.
Klftetrlo Companies Consolidated.
Chicago, Juno a. Tho Edison Gen
eral Electric Co. und the Thomson-
Houston Electric Co. have censed to ex
ist under these titles. Yesterday they
became merged in the General Electric
Co., formed two montlis mro in New
A Fear Life Was Not Kxtlnct.
Ramsky, I1L, June 3. Mrs. Kusklo
died near here. It is reported that she
slept nine days without arousing from
her slumber, that her body was warm
when buried, nnd fears are entertained
by some that life wub not extinct.
A Kentucky I.yuchlng.
CAMrnEM.viM.it, Ky June 2. Heck
Willis, colored, was hanged here yes
terday morning by a mob from Adair
county for attempted rape. Tho negro
had been taken forty miles away by
the ofllcers and jailed at Lebanon for
hnfe keeping. Tho mob took htm from
jail and intended to hang hun whore
tho crime wus committed, but daylight
overtook them nnd they hung him at
An international art exhibition was
opened In Munich tho other day with
! great ceremony by tho prince regent of
FK0M THE IIEAJIT.
That Is the Way Ministers Bponb.
Most Wonderful Army of Outspoken
Statements from l'romlncnt Min
isters of tha Gospel.
No class of people in tho community have
a deeper interest in tho welfare at tho poo.
plo than Ministers of tho OospcL Tlioy ate
brought eloaoto tho members of their con
grcgntloti, study their want, aud nro con
sulted un ull subjects. Of into years, pus.
tors are becoming woll-voisod in those
things which contribute to tho physical as
woll as spiritual comfort of their people.
Many puetors are also physicians, and nil
socle earnestly for tlioso things which they
bcllovoto ho worthy and valuable,
Tho following statements mndo by Min
isters of the Gospel, bearing upon this Im
portant point ara most vahmulo :
Rev. . 1. Builth, Mnrblohcttil, Muss. :
"For years I suffered from complica
tions of Ilia liver, which caused IiIIIousiicb-",
and lltmlly threw mo into bilious fuvcr. 1
wus uttcmlcd by a skilful physician, but
still 1 suffered periodical bilious attacks
and Intouso pain from tho formation ol
gall-stones. I dually was obliged to suspend
my pastoral work, when, after n thorough
treatment with n most wonderful cure,!
was entirely restored to health and was
able to work harder than over. My uupotitc
returned, my digestion was perfect, and I
foci that I owe my restoration entirely to
Warnor's Bafo Cure. I tako plcnsuro in
recommending It ub a great remedy feral)
diseases of the liver."
D. C. : "I tako pleasure In stating that!
have for many years been acquainted with
tha wcll-kuowa Warnor's Safe Cure, and
with Its remarkable curatlvo cfllcicncy In
obstinate und so-called lncurnblo cases ot
Brlght'sdiscasoln this city. In somo ol
thoo cases, which seamed to bo In tho last
stages, and which had been glvon up by
pructltiouers of both schools, tho speedy
change wrought by this remedy soctuod but
llttto less than miraculous. I ntn convinced
that for Bright's dlseaso, In nil its singes,
no remedy heretofore discovered, can be
held for one moment in comparison with
Rev. Benjamin Ilall, Now Castle, West
chester Co., N. Y. : "I suffered for n long
tlmo from tnul.irla. I ran down in weight
DO pounds, could not sleep, and was unubla
to tako care of uiy parish. I consulted one
ot tho best pathologists In the City of New
York, who found my llulds badly impreg
nated with albumen mucous, with hyaline
casts abundant. I commenced Warner's
Bafo Curo and began to mend rapidly. My
back ceased to aaho, tlio nuilarlul symptoms
disappeared, and I now weigh moio than
over before. After my recovery I had an
other analysis made, whoa my Uttld proved
to bo entirely iroo from ousts, with only u
slight trace of albumen. Tho doctor said
tbo casts wero of tUo most duugorous char
actor, und that I had had a very nurrow
Rev. Henry C. Wcstwood, D. D., Frovi
dcuco, It. L, declares: 'Tea years ago I
used Warner's Bafo Curo and derived so
tnuchuoncnt from it Unit I was led to
voluntarily write a testimonial In its favor.
Blnco then somo of my friends havo provod
tho virtues of tho nicdlclno, and recently a
rclatlvo has been greatly rollovod by its
use. I therefore beg kuvo to placo mora
emphasis upon tho opinion of tlds ronto
dlal agent, axprosscd by mo somo ten years
Ilev. J. P. Arnold, Camden, Ton n., makes
the following statement: "For eight years
I suffered from Bright's dlseaso of the
kidneys. Tho torturo I endured no tonguo
can toll. Ono day I was laid up with an
abscess, whloh dlsclinrgcd pus for twenty
months. Tha best doctors In the country
attended ma, but could glvo no relief. Two
abscesses were running constantly, and, In
fact, they only ccasod to run after I bogan
using Warner's Bafa Cure, whloh, I am
pleased to say, restored mo to perfect
Rev. B. B. Bel., D. D., formerly pastor of
First Presbyterian Church, Kansas City,
Ma, asserts: "IUuvo been most wonder
fully delivered from many paroxysms of
uuendurabls torturo by Warner's Safe
Cure. Its virtues should bo known by all
Rev. William C. Powers, Greenwood, B.
C, makes the following graphic assertion:
"My wife suffered for yoars from an almost
constant disposition to pass utino, which
was dona with great difficulty and in very
small quantities at a time, Tlio pain ac
companying tko dlschargo was excruciat
ing. She was treated by throe of tbo most
skilful physicians, but without any percep
tible Improvement. She was completely
restored U health by the uso of Warner's
Can you not see that such earnest and
outspoken statements ns the above coma
from tha heart, that they are sincere, and
that thoy are made bcoauso theso ministers
of tho Gospel, know bruond quutton of what
theyspcakt And does It uot show how
valuable this great euro becomes to those
who are la necdt
Little Nellie was in great glee over
a promised visit across tho country to
grandma's. Sho heartily agreed to tho
stipulation that she should get up bright
and early. When awakened at four
o'clock in tha morning, sho protested
against being disturbed. "Why, you
said you'd get up bright nnd early," re
minded raumina. "Yes, I know," admit
ted Nellie. "Hut this isn't bright Htid
early. If s dark nnd earlyl" Compan
ion. Do Voa Admlra John Chinaman's Com
plexion? Frobably not. Even wero John's eyes
not cut on tho bias und his nose broad In
tho bourn, his tint would stamp titui as the
roverso of beautiful. Yet a whlto man
with the jaundice Is of tho sumo hue, only
mora urouQunced. Biliousness, with its
symptoms of furred tongue, yollowisu
skin and eyeballs, pains In the ritiht side,
sick headaches, vertigo, must It unchecked
culmluata in Jaundice and congestion ot thn
Uver. Remedy this troublu and removo its
nttendaut symptoms, dyspepsia and consti
pation, with Uostotiors Btomach Hitters,
whloa also eurea malaria, rhoumatla aud
Tub most olastkt fabric is tbo trout yarn.
Or a pais golden color "Tho Amorlcan
Brewing Co.'s "A. B.C. Bohemian Bottled
Beer." Ones tried, always used. V
The toddy Is the stlrrlmr event of the
toper's existence, Dallas-News.
ho wocu be freo f ron earthly ills
must buy a box of Ucecham's Pills. 22
cents b box. Worth a guinea.
Lin Is short, and most people nro short
all through Ufa Bomorvillo Journal.
Glenn's Sulphur Hoop Is a genuine rem
edy for Bkln Diseases.
Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, CO cents.
rS-i --,? 'S
"I'M up In arms again," as the bnby rc
autrked at two a. m.-Phlladolpula Record.
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nil tho proper functions of wo
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Prescription ia tho remedy. It
regulates and promotes their ac
tion, and romoves tlio obstruc
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troublo and misery. At tho two
critical periods in a woman's life
tho chanco from girlhood to woman
hood, and, later, tho "cliango of lifo"
it is a perfectly safo and an es
pecially valuable remedial agent,
that can produco only good results.
It's a powerful, invigorating tonic,
nnd a soothing and strengthening
nervino ; a legitimate medicino
fin rely vegetable, perfectly harm
ess and carefully adapted, by an
experienced physician, to woman's
For all tho derangements, irregu
larities, and weaknesses peculiar to
tho Bcx,the "Favorite Prescription"
is a remedy so certain that it can bo
guaranteed. If it doesn't givo satis
faction in every case, tho money is
returned. No other mpdicino for
women is sold in this way.
No other medicino can be.
you need Pearline.
you an imitation, bo honest tend itbatk.
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L sintia. sluUal IT oa Kla
f vsandblouaer. conqaaf
bilious nervous dla
Ths la n Itr ly a4ufta to ult mm, m on pill eta
BaiarUtoo much. Lack vlsieonialnt43,earrltd In taat
pockrt. Ilka lead panel!, llnsluesa tnan'a (raU
conraiiUnc. Taken MfUr tban auftr. tvlitntf
where. Allrtnuina rooOe br"trMnt."
Sana t-cnt aUinp . You p S3 paje book vUheimpla.
HARTER MBSteWB CO.. St
Sold bj BooUellin. SaM, pMtpaM, tj
H0U6HT01, MIFRrN.t 00.,
Park Street, BOBTOW, aUli;
Ton can't Bad what ypu waat la roar borne stores.
vrt on the train an
riuie U nur rasmmslb I'rr
If Toil can't cam, thea aaad
fur sample (no ruar
pou wsdi br wall. V
e for aauiplea), and order what
g usraaloo sstlsfsctloo.
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srw. uu raiura a 14a
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oVtl w psttwo with every !"'
It is perfectly Harmless snu contains no poi
sonous clruff. is not offered as a vedlctoa mi
build up weak constitutions, or as a tonlo. It la
ONIiV toCurnllrarfwrlie. A trial will con
vince you. Anv rollablo drupfflst wbo.meji not
tmvo llrmlverottnoon hand will prooure It, or It
will be sent postpaid upon receipt of twice
SO ecnta and pi. Accept no anfcatlttita
IRAIVOROTINI MF'MI., MAOON.GA.
as sai U tuu r-trsa t tk a was
i wstrrln th ilcevs Itnldlna thl
TlOtm kirii wstrrln th ilcfvs holdlm
JL tndtliMss boroshovmorsnjwhsnutasl
whtre Uitre li s arum, nml ire ir It It wstsr UfM. 1
There Art tvn In Uio maititt tint lnnk rtry bJcs I
tint will leak'St ftrrrr Mum. Wa wurtnt
Tower's IMPROVED Plan Branst
BllcKer to t water tight stertrr Hua ami
rrryvtrre Mil una nei 10 jwci or hk, soa
uthnrli our (tellers to uulu guodsnsUcksr
tint ralli In rlltirr point.
WnteN Out for thn Stfl Wttltn Ctifr
Mid "ijA llraml Traat Hark.
H, J. TOWBK. Afr., Boston, Aaa i.
avitft t-mnrs. A.tiaiiiiv '-.
the fact that easy washing
has been made safe. Until
Pearline came, it was danger
ous. Pearline takes away tho
danger as it takes aw.iy tho.
work. 1 here is! no scour
ing and scrubbing, to
wear things out ; there
is no trouble in keeping things clean.
Pearline is better than soap. With
need hard work i for easy work, ,J
Teddlers and some unscrupulous groceta fin tell job.
this is as good as" or "the same as rearliae." IT'S
FALSE Pearline is never peddled. If your trocar sends
JAMBS PYLB. M. V.
Ohioago .to JAPAN and return, $400
ALAiKA ana return, SI 05. Apply t
CiMiH Panfie, IUIM9, 232 S. Qui SL
israiaa tsis r tfss etj e ias
NATIONAL UIINIIS COLLIOtT.
wWlt tot 'CUIosa
S. W. Cos PUi Loeata
Kan Baa City, Mo,
Vau xmia, run r sa r naa
Srfart eatifirUaaSe' al
f auxa IBM tU SS ay teaei aa.
mn tai pana
Iplso's XeiMdy fori Catarrh Is tha
Best, Easlesvto Use. and Cheapest. B
' Bold by drajrglsts or sent by mall. H
60c K. IT. Usseltlno, Warren. 1'a.
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