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HIE MOKNIJ0 A8T0KUN, KilllMY, (JC'WBKH , 19J.
Acts gently on the
C itANSES THE Y&TEM
OVERCOMES LtrfO '
. i i
buy tm nyiNi - MH f o fty
All dotiM a to whther Theodore
Roosevelt Will l presidential posel
hi Illy In III" cotiiliiK campaign Is act l
rcat bv the remark of Hcnator llama,
who aaye the. governor of the Empire
sli.'e wtll "not ! foolish" Im-snaw nf
mutiuilnntlt- reception at Akron. Mr.
Kami says Bl) thai Ui governor hs
tli happy faculty of knowing good ad
vice. Tlil iiuivly ounlit to aclllci It,
ami yet the senator might have pm
W -71 If
And Every Form of Torturing
Disfiguring Skin and Scalp
Humors Cured by
Hrwxur Cd Ttt. -Hath tha
afleclcw iwii ilranxigtily wllh Ho Watr.a
n.l Cirriura Mi. Si plj fmnw
OiMniaol, the imi aklii eur,aii lastly km
tllll Of tl'TMfll Hiwmt. This
ttMlaMnl will kflont luauul, rati.! wnul
1.1 mil lliwti, nii point to a .It, rm
tanl, did .ooBMnlcaU aura wh.o all elaa lalla.
SalrwTi rrww.Taaew. tl iH,OmM
Sjlp, U. i Oi.ra.rr.aw.1 .aat..ari.a' dV k
f -n, lum .a faaa Com . ha Prvi M iitol
"llw H Can I W awaMnw.
AN I'N AUTHORIZED VERSION.
Hca Captaln-Thrr Is no hopel The
dip l doomed! In an hour w hall
all be dead I
.snlT.Tlnr Passenger -Thank hravtnt
Karl's Clover Root Tea
11 ...ia . . i n i it..
UimaJ , alva.a Kmh, ClrarSMn, I'uml'M
.llpatinn, ln,llN-a.tlii, and all Kruitl'a nt
! haln. An aareeaMa Illative Nrv
I'cinlr, Hold nn liululi RimmnM by all
dnintMi it inc., 60c. and l.00.
. C. WILLI 4 CO., LI HOY, N. V.
heie tiny ClDaulftt rs "P0rioi
to Balsam of Copibaly
Cubeba or Injection! andAitKiA
CURE IN 48 HOURSIPU
th same dneM?awlthVaaX
out lnconvnlnc(. .
Pears' soap is noth
ing but soap.
Pure soap is as gen
tle as oil to the living
Arrival of Alfred C. is Awaited
Before the Will of the Million
aire Will be Opened.
EXPECTED IN SAN
Special Train Wil Carry Him to New York
In. the Quickest Time Ever Made
Across the Continent.
NKW YORK, Out. 8.-Un.a the ahlp
m; whim la Airrwi i.. vanTom, ine
..... . .... .,. '
ri't.tiu-d hrlr to the larger Kirtlon of
Hi. wealth of the late Cornelius Van-J
derblli, and which Is eipw-t. d to rva. h'
TUIIEK CORNELIUS VANDERIULT8.
CerMiiuaiaa faorii aama la the Vawl.rbilt family. Too nf tha aama Ue
played Important Mru ia tha history of tlua ooualry. What Cornelias MI may roa
ribuU to Uia fmily'a lame will prubably dewrnd apoa the proeiaimie uf hta father a
will, awi to U knot!, A breach oeeurml beteeea father and ea beeauaa uf the
auariaee of tin latter to Must tlraoe WiUoo, and It ta awt knoaa whtU.tr a ernupleie
reemrilialina aner took plane batweaa Uwin. The youac niaa baa for setanl yean
'jr t a,L' 4't'';,A,
coa aura i.
fceea earatnd ia (he eatiaMrinc depaftraeat of the New York Ceatral railroad,
the family a prinetiwl prcpartiae, aad It ia said ha haa ahowa aawnwl ability, hart
.utej mmm) .l.uilif anftliKaMa fur itaa la
anaa at ia Hn to aaweeed hit father aa the head of their breach of tha family, aad those
who kaow him aay ha baa tike ehamotarlatira that Kara mads the aama of Yaaderbilt
ayaoaynvrma with (real railway ealarprlaMt, bat It way he that be will aot have full np
porlaaity to employ his talaata, aad may have to ataad aaids lor his brother Alfred W.
arranired. l vm he so d.-atrm. there
Mill bo no stops, no d.-laya. and hp will
come through tmm the Paclllo to the
A linn tic lu quicker time than any imui-scng-r
ever made the run.
The private car of the Vandorbllt
family haa ben 'tit w-eatt and Is
a a oil lug the arrival of the new head
ot the fiimllv. He Is on the Chi ia mull
steamer. It Is possible that It may be'
elghtoj lute today, but Friday cerium-'
roMCY OF M'KINLKY
Continued from page I.
md over at the New York navy yard;
the Uanrrnft, awaiting commission at
PoHton; the Scorpion, now at New
York, and the Vixen, at TlluciVlila.
All thean veasolt will not bo sent but
It Is Intended to give Admiral Wat
son n formidable fleot and the ships
to bo sent him will be from this Ut.
Irclulli.g two supply ships and two
colliers and the little gunboats bought
from the Ppanlsh government. Ad
miral Watson's squadron now consist
of 33 vessels. When the reinforcements
arrive nt Manila he will probably
transfer his flag to th Rrook'yO. He
will then have command of one battle
ship, one armored cruiser, two moni
tors, two protected cruisers and twenty-four
gunboats, besides supply nhlps,
Several members of ,the cabinet be
fore leaving on their Western trip ex
pressed their great satisfaction with
the earnest support given by ndmlrnl
Pewey to the policy of President Mc
Klnley to pursue a vigorous cam
paign. The ndmlrnl, It Is stated, even
went further and expressed his strong
conviction that the United States
should retain permanent control of the
During the Interview he spoke of the
great value of the Islands from a com
mercial standpoint, emphnlzlni! what
the many offloers had snld about the
Immense resources of the Hands. Con
cernlng th future government of the
Islards, (he admiral agreed fully with
the views that had been expressed by
Hun Ki jiu-lan). la litv, h will
' SVw Vvk on WJn1uy nMt
r oi h
v .-i. M'.i.ida.. v f Ail'
. . .. i
nn w.i .. - -
plana an I preparations for the ei-edy
.-n.lli of ihe young millionaire fr.M:i
Han Frnnt lac J to New York havu been
railway nuuihiaarT. Naturajlr tha yuanaT
'V. t'tihua an accident should occur
,n-' arrival or air. amit-ruut win ue
awalicd with a great amount of Inter -
m: Iw.-iiua a,atn ATlvr Ilia arrlVHl all
gnesa work as to the contents of his
folher'a will will he ended, lt may be
mat ho will be met In San Fmari-co
oy son.o o tne iaw)-vri or ine nii.u.y
with a copy of the will, and that he -
copy of the will, and that
f're hie arrival In this city It will b.
1'rtsldvnt Shurman. He said he fa
vored c.n American control through the
medium of a commission or a civil
government but great latitude should
be allowed for local government of the
sixty or more tribes so that the ad
ministration of affairs could be ad
justed to meet tlulr different hablis
and condition, J '
President Bchurman who was In the
city and had a conference with the
president, ald In nn Interview that
the commission would hold Its first
session In this city early In November.
The adoption of Admiral Dewey's rec
ommendation a to Increasing the
squadron gives some token of the
strictness of the blockade It Is Intend
ed to enforce. Reports received from
Rear-Admiral Watson alno Admiral
Dewey's departure from Manila show
that rice and hemp have appreciated
In value SO per cent and that In return
for exports of these products munitions
of war are being received by the In
surgent!. The facts as to the long coast line
of Luxon and the ease with which
goods may be landed In one Inland and
transported to another have been fully
explained to officials, and this has
made the president the more ivady to
follow the admiral's advice. It Is ap
parently not Intended to proclaim a'
formal blockade, but rather to enforce
a local blockade which will prevent lt
from assuming International signifi
cance. AMERICA AT THE EXPOSITION.
This Country's Pavilion Is Nenrlng
The United States National Pavilion
at the Paris exposition Is rapidly near
Ing completion, and when It Is finished
will be one of the finest buildings on
( the Qual d'Orsay.
It I X61IO trt and 1M fe-t bltfh tnm
thr lower lovol, la clamilral In atyl
aii'l, HlihoiiKh H dlfTart In ifixn from
any t tha bitlldinira at th (lilcaro
f.ilr, Itn apiwarano pyjilla llw; ntal)l
trtii'tiir- of h Whlt "lty. Th
main aril ranee la undr-r a lavrfs portly
li. tli center arrh of whlrh, facing
the rlvirr, Will bo Frvtich'i ttut of
WnaMtiftciL A buat of rralilmt Mc
Klnlcf :." X.:py a nliha nvrr the
Th appointment of th Pope of
Art-hint hop Chip(H-!le, of New Orleana,
o Apotollr 4-li-irte to the Philippines
la nKnr.1l In Pari and In Rome a
n riMiipllmitnt to France, bK-aune of
h'-r arrvlc-a In the poe n-K"tlatoni
lH-ltip'n Hpnln and th I7nlt-d KtnU-a.
'Ili appointment la aald to plnee Mon
alarior Chappi-lle In dlr-t lint of pro
motion to the CardlnaliuLe, alnre It la
the uaae of the Roman churrh to re
award a prolate to whom haa ba-n in
trutd a difficult dlplomaiMc mlxalon
with the rvd bat after aurct-Mful ac-compllahinMit.
Oh, what a warm wcl., .., '
tome the ftmt little tramlct I T r.
whom llcavrn (uidra to I I I
the door of a wotnan'ai V-!t,l!!
heart rteelvea from therjl IllVjl;'
happy mother. Kvery T 'VT-i
thought and care la given ' y
to the comfort and well J . ,
belnf of the new comer
after it haa entered Into the
portala of life and takes its
place at luc uiuny
Vet duiiuii the
time whea ruby is
if w worn.
No ui.-l ti
weekly. alcVly Iwby yet onleaa ahe hern1,
j ia entirely healthy in the- .i-cial. (Ulic.it.
atructtirr which makra motherhood poi
ble. the bahy l certain to ffir in aonie
wav (or her weakneaa or neglect.
! The aureat way to avoid thla la for the
mother to rriu.'oicc bef own strength bj
the uae of Dr. Pierce s Favorite Preacrip
tion duiiiig the time of anticipation. V
will make her perfectly healthy. It will
lighten and hiinht- n the time of waiting
! It will make thr ordeal of motherhood al
I aolulelT .ife und comparatively free from
pain arid will iiinre a attong, healthy con-
atitution for the hahy.
Mia Nannie I. Tavlnr. of teeelace. Hilt Co..
Teiaa. iw "I am the m,hrr oftmhl chil
' drew. I ainf-ted (roin iniiale wcaknr-. t tried
! phvician wilh no avail When I la-l brcame
won enilrl 1 aaw ine aoicniarmcn,
l-irrcea Hnv.itile ITrTiJi..n I nought twro
tallica an I I'.tk ac.r'lnia to direclkm- When
haliv a lawn 1 had a eery eny lime aud have
ma aullreed one hour ain.e. from frnmle weuk
net. Umty U aa lat and hrallhy aa can be."
Priwpectivc mother nhould send to the
World's Iiprn.iry Medical Aaaociation,
Huffalo. N. V., for a copy of Dr. Pierce's
Common Sene Medical Adviaet, which
will be aent rev on rrceyit of one cent
atampa o fur thr i-orf of mailing only, or
11 unmix fnr cloth-hound copy.
NEW BUSINESS LOCALS
Do you want a good mol when you
I vltlt Portland? If so, go to the Port'
I land restaurant, SOS Washington street
a HoUge.. Cafe lt roe Tn)r(i ,treet.
. Portland, la regarded by many people
ava ins muuia iciiauiaii. u .w -
A good meal with meats rich In flavor
I and one you will enjoy with a relish, la
what you (et M th, Creamert,
i re.iaurnnt. 171 Washington street, near
Third. Try lt when you go to Portland.
If you are going up to Portland and
mist going to ths Creamerle Restau
rant, T1 Washington St, you may con
stder that your trip will not be 4 suc
cess, aa others will tell you, who do not
Holmes' English and Business Col
lege at No. ill Yamhill street, Portland,
Is prepared to accommodate a large
number of pupils this year. Already
tho cluKses are well, crowded, fact
that Indicates the excellent character of
Smokers, read All IB cent cigars, 10
cents: El Pnlencia, 10 cents; El Be
lmont, 10 cents; General Arthur, 10
cents: Lelnnd Stanford, 10 cents; San
ehex Y. Hyas, 10 cents; All 6 cent for
26 cents. J. F. Handley & Co.. cut
rate cigar and newsdealer. Perkins
hotel building. Portland. Ore.
Why Is Watson's restaurant in Port
land patronised by thousands of people
dally? Simply because It Is the largest
finest and best equipped eating resort
on tha Paclfie coast. Watson's restau
rant has sixty-eight white employes on
Its pay roll. Remember the location,
19-11 Fourth street.
The Pernln method of shorthand Is
being taught by Mr. H. W. Behnks in
the Oregonlan building at Portland.
The Pernln system Is not only extreme
ly legible after being written, but Is
exceptlonably rapid. It Is said that
students under Mr. Behnke's direction
attain success In one-half the time es
sential with either Graham, Munson
or Pitman methods. This school is
open day and night.
A tailoring establishment of some
pretentions, located on Washington
street Portland, claims to have made
47 suits for dressy Astorlans during the
past six months. This statement is de
nied by the firm of Povey & Blrcha.1, at
327 Washington street, near the Im
perlal hotel, who ore patronlied by the
great majority of outside customers.
Povey & Blrchall make the swell suits
for most of the stylish Portlanders, and
fuel that they are not excelled by any
Portland Arm for out of town pat
Tha o. a r.
Freab tracked crab at the National
Sweet cream In any amount at the
Burbank potatoea. II a aack, at Pat'i
"the only" restauraoL
only 60 cent
via o. rt.
Horn made chocolates, 10 cents a
pound, at t:t Parlor.
Uax U-oent meal, Rlelng tun reatati.
rant, 112 C"moerciavl street
Wa guarantee our Ice cream to bo
mad of pur craam. The Parlor.
Cold lunch, pickled pigs feet, oysters.
shawps tongue, tc at tbo National
Our lea cream la warranted to be made
of pure ereara. The Parlor, next to John
Biggtat aad beat meal at Denver KiU-b-
ta en Nt'iUi street. U oanta. Waits oooa.
Try lu ,
Best California what ID eeirts par gal.
too. Alex OUbart. sole agent for As
toria. Tatephooa KL
Do yod know Bnodgrass
Stamp Photos? Call and goo them ttey
are all tha go.
Cream Pore Rye. America's Bneat
wblakey. Toe oaly pure goods, guaran.
teed rich aad mellow. Juha L. Carlson,
For rent Furnished rooms with
flrst-claas Uble board. Apply Mrs. B,
C Holden's corner Ninth and Duano
Boquet De Cuba and Key West Gems
are the finest five cent cigars that over
came to this market Henry Roe, op
The Occident shaving parlors and
baths will remain open during ths tlmo
the Improvements are being made to
the hotel. Customers will be given tho
same service and attention.
Beginners and advanced pupils can
have thorough Instructions on the vio
lin and piano by applying to J. H. Am
ine, a graduate of Dresden and Lerp
sig conservatory. Hotel Ttghe.
The steamer Mayflower tn Changs
of Captain Plckernell, Is now open for
business, except on Baturday and Tues
days, when she will bo engaged on her
regular runs. Apply at Fisher's dock.
..The Astoria Froebel Klndercarten
will open September IS. Miss Annie
R. Hlndersjn, klndergartner. Parents
Interested are Invited to call at the
kindergarten, No. 007 Exchange street
Reduced rates on the White Collar
Line steamer Bailey Gatzert between
Astoria and Portland: Fare BO cents,
state room $1.25. lower berth 75 cents,
upper berth 60 cents, section berth 2S
Kelley's transfer wagons deliver box
wood to any part of the city on short
notice. All orders left at Zapfs fur
niture store, 630 Commercial street,
will receive prompt attention. Tele
do to the Columbia Electrlo A Re
pair Company for all kinds of new
and repair wortc, from a cambric
needle to a bicycle, boiler or engine.
Quick work and satisfaction guaran
teed. Logging machinery of all kinds
a specialty. Bhop opposite Roes, HLg
glns t Co.
Commencing Sept. 21st the following
reduced rates will be placed In effect
via tho 0. R. N. Co.: Between As
toria and Portland and Intermediate
plonts the faro . will be SO cents In
each direction. Reduction has also
betn made In berth rates as follows:
Lower berths 75 cents, upper berths
60 cents and- section berth 15 cents.
The concert hall opened by Charlie
Wise at No, S30 Astor street. Is the one
and only popular resort of Its kind In
that vicinity. Mr. Wise la doing some
thing new among concert halls. Hs Is
not only selling a class of pure liquors,
but Is giving his place a management
which Insures gentlemanly attention
and treatment to his patrons. Tha
good music and the crowd will be
found at Charlie Wise's place.
When a woman falls to make a fool
of a man she doesn't feel any more
respect for him; she thinks he's just A
dumb unappreolative Idiot
TO CURB LAGRIPPE IN TWO DAYS.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25c
Electrlo light for the Illumination of
railroad cars has been successfully
generated In Hoboken though only ex
perimentally by power derived from
the axels of the moving wheels. Fric
tion pulleys placed on the axel run a
dynamo under the car. A storage bat
tery attachment prevents the light
from gonlg out when the car stops.
The lights coat about one cent each
every ten hours.
For many years science has studied
liquors. Result the whole world uses
whiskey. It has proven the best stlm
ulnnt and does not Injure nerves and
tissues like coca wines and other drug
ged compounds. And Harper Whiskey
Is the Ideal whiskey. Sold by Foard &
Stokes Co., Astoria Oregon.
Joseph Htockford, Hodgdon, Mo, heal
ed a sore running for screnfen years
and cured his piles of long standing
by using reWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
It cures all skin diseases. For sale by
A miner was burled at Tona. n.-r
Leeds the other day at the uae of 17,
lu a col.'ln constructed to his own specl-
ncitlonaj twenty y-etuy ago. He waa
burled with a lump of coal which he
had carefully preserved for years. It
served as his pillow, and his tobacco
and pipe alao found a place beside him.
Millions of dollars la the value Blamed
by Mrs. Mary Bird, Hanisburg, Pa.,
on the life of her child, which she sav
ed from croup by the use of One Min
ute Couch Cure. It cures all couehs.
colds and throat and lung troubles.
For cale by Charles Rogers.
It has often boon noted that a irali
or nicotine, administered all at once,
would kill the strongest dog. While
this statement Is undoubtedly true. It
Is mUleadlng. In order to commit aul-
r.-lde by anuKing the dog w u'd hav
to consume 400 strong cigars, one rla-ht
suer me omr. ,,
Eat plenty, Kodol Dyspepsia Cur
will digest what TOO eat It cures all
forms of lyspepala and stomach trou-
nies. k. iv Gamble. Vernon. Tex..
suvs. "It relelved me from the start and
cured me. It Is now my ever laattng
iik.-Mu. uoia or unas. Hogers.
The parliament building- In Welllna-
ton, new zeaiana, la tne largent wood,
en structure In the world. In Welling.
ton and some other . New Zfiland
towns almost every bouse Is construe
ed of wood. Large churches and 1m
poet ant business pa-em tee are built
or tne same material.
if you scour the world vou will
never find a remedy equal to One
Minute Cough Cure,"says Editor Fack
ler, of the Mlcanopy, Fla., "Hustler."
It cureoj his family of LaGrlon and
saves thousands from pheumonla, bron
chitis, croup and all throat and luna-
troubles. Sold by Chas. Roarers.
A slnguar case came before th ten
don court of appeals recently. A new
trial was asked for on the ground that
at the first hearing the jury had been
so led awsy by tho eloquence of consul
that they had returned an Improper
v-rdlot. The application was refused.
"When our boys were almost dead
from whooping coug-h. our doctor srave
One Minute Cough Cure. They re
covered rapidly," writes P. B. Belles,
rglye. Pa. It cures coughs, colds.
grippe, and all throat troubles. Bold
by Chas. Rogers, druggist
From the advance sheets of the
forthcoming report of the commissioner
or pensions. It appears that the total
number of pensioners on the roll June
30, 189, was 9S1.519. a decrease of 1 135
compered with the number of )9.
"It did me more srood than anvthlna-
I ever used. My dyspepsia was ofi
months' standing; after eating !t wasl
temi-le. Now I am welL" writes 8. B.
Keener. Hotalngton. Kan., of Kodol
Dyspermla Cure. It digests what you
eat Sold by Chas. Rogers, druggist
For making oils and perfumes there
are required annually 4.409,000 pounds
of rosja, 6.511.BOO pounds of orange
blossoms, 400.920 pounds lassamlne.
330.6JO pounds each of cass-la and tube-!
rose ana 440.9:fj pounds violets.
The "Plow Boy Preacher." Rev. J.
Klrkmnn, Belle Rive. III., says. "After
suffering from Bronchial or lung trou-
ble for ten years, I was cured by One,
Minute Cough Cure. It In all that Is
I I SS a 1
ih. .nT.n . ncru.gns The th" tr the Aldermanic com
edos, grippe and all throat and lung' . -o--l.
troubles. Sold by Chas. Rogers, drua -
Police Magistrate Crane, of New
coX wanT.1 cwtSdinTfT
offer holds good fjr longer than the,
Dewey celebration or not
'I wish to express my thanks to the'
manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic,!
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for,
havlne- put on the market such s. won-!
derful medicine." eavs W. W. Mas-I
injill. of Beaumont. Texas. There are'
thousands of mothers whoso children
have been saved from attacks of dys
enterv and. cholera Infantum who
must alo feel thankful.
It Is for sale
b Chas. Rogers.
fleuiZealand Fife fosaranee Go
Of New Zealand.
W. p Thomas, Mgr., San Francisco.
UNLIMITED LIABILITY OF 5HAREH0I DEK5.
Subscribe! Capital - - $5,000,000
. Paid-Up Capital - ' - - - 1,000,000
Assets - - - -Assets
in United States
Surplus to Policy Holders
Has been Underwriting on the Pacific Coast over Twenty-two years,
SAHUEL ELMORE & CO.,
Resident Agetits, Astoria, Oregon
JaaMaawiaraaamaji r 'raTl,
BlFOnl ANOAribn itijnevsianti tin urinary ort?anaol aiiimpujaUea,
CFPIDE1R utrengthens and I wloriBmll weVs oryana. ,K. . ....
The reason -ff?nrs are not cure by In-pinni t bemuw : .art tTT, HnT l
till., t I'rl l'ri!i n II lIlOfHfi""i
hiv A wrilta (nuiraniee riven ana money reiurnw. u y
JiOO a box. Blx fur i.!l. by malt bnU for ruaacirvulur luid t-uiuoDiat.
Addxwa DA Vl- MEDICIJKB CO. P. 0 Bo eVTS, Bun Francisco. Ca,lFox$nt?
- For Baia by CHAKL8 BOQX2JL
On the 10th of December, 1897, Rev.
8. A. Donaho, paator of M, B. Church.
Bouth, Pt. Pleasant, W. Vs., oontracte4
a r vrr cold, which waa arnl fv-
tho beginning by violent coughing. Ho
says; "After resorting to a number of
so-called 'specifics,' usually kept In tho
nouse, to no purpose. I purchased a
botthr of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
wnicn acted like a charm. I moat
cheerfully recommend It to the public,
nr saif oy Chas. Rogers.
While- In Wa-hlri? ion women are In
dlafavor a. g wrnn.ent employee, they
are lncrv-lng tn numbers In the Brit
ish civil axrvlco.
President King, Farmer's Bank,
Irooklyn, Mich., has used De Witt's
Uttle Early Jtlaers In his family for
yean. rtayi they are tho best. These
famous little pills curs constipation,
bllllousness and alt liver and bowel
troubles. Bold by Chas. Rogers.
Th'tw. highest paid women In tho
government employ are translators of
Prehch and 3pamsh. and each receives
II. 400 a yeat.
During the winter of 1897 Mr. James
Reed, one of the leading citizens and
merchants of Hay, Clay Co., W.. V,
struck his leg against a cake of ko
in such a manner aa to bruise it se
verely. It became very much swollen
and pained him so badly that he-could
not wa k without the aid of crutchest.
He as treated by physicians, also
used several kinds of Mnlment and two
and a half gallons of whisky In bath
ing It, but nothing gave any relief
until he began using Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. This brought almost
conrjete cure In a week's tlmo and ho
believes that had he not used this rem
edy his leg would have bad to be am
putated. Pain Balm Is unequalled for
sprains, bruises and rheumatism. For
sale by Chaa. Rogers.
The South Metropolitan Gas Com
pany, of London, have In use In var
ious parts of their system no less thaat
90.000 penny-ln-the-slot gas meters,
which they are Increasing at the rata
of 30u a week.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their firm.
WEST A TRATJX,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O.
WAITING, KINNAN A MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Q.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internal
ly, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Tea
tir.'ordals serx free. Price, 75c per bot
tle. Sold by all druggists.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
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