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TUK MORXUNO AS .OKI AN, NATMU'A., XOVEMI.KK 4, Ifi90
Ruhr, and Irritation InttutlT relieved mi
iwlilj cured, by but hath with Craorsa
fcoir, to cleans the akin, gentle application
f t'mci'au Ointment, to heal th tkm, and.
snild dm of Crrn-i ka EaaoLTurr, tu caul
and clean Um bhKl.
" Um k Can aaia lua-
IVpit, trf SsMiia.
There are two sciences which every
man ought to learndrat, (he science
of speech, and, second, the more dim
cult one of silence.
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j i .y 0 ft TiilVt
SsrT".. .W- .1 '
KarTs Clover Root Tea
BrantWe the Complnrion. Pnrfl th
stimtinn, Iixhrwtkm, and all Eruption' of
the Skin. Aa aarrvah, Laxative Nerve
Toole. Sold oO ahwlnte guarantee by all
araoriats at 85c, tklc and (1.00.
8. C. WELL 4 CO., LEROY, N. V.
TO HOLD FAST
Manipulators will Soon Be Forced
lo Lei ko on Wheal.
PRICES KILL THCX ADVANCE
Ad I ".scrupulous Combination Has
Been Victimizing the Grain Grow
crs of the Country.
Few things are Impracticable of
themselves; and it Is for want of ap
plication rather than of means, that'
men fall of success.
Restore Vitality Ust Vitor isi Manbool
wasting diseases, all effects of self-
or excess and indis-
A nerve tonic and
"i blood builder. Brings the
f Yplnk glow to pale cheeks and
MS restores the fire of youth.
W 1 man euc per box, o ooxes
for $2.50; with a written goaran
tee to cure or refund the money.
Send for circular. Address,
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton A Jackson Sts CHICACO, liX
Tot 8al by Charles Boors. Druggist.
DRAYINU AND EXPRESSING
Aii Covd ShlppM to our Car
ViM Receive 8pclal at'ennoa.
r MDname It.
r. j. coox. ur
&. tm. u.
If we could read the secret history
of our enemies, we should find In each
man's life sorrow and suffering enough
to disarm all hostility.
The wheat market was In much the
same condition this morning as during
the past several weeks, except that the
arrival of fresh batches of figurvtj con
cernlng supply and demand and the
prices obtaining elsewhere brought
fresh encouragement to the heart of the
bull Receipts are showing a gradual
falling oft In many quarters, and re
ports from different sections of the
country show that the farmers are dis
posed to sell pretty much everything
they possess, except wheat, which they
have wisely decided to hold until the
manipulator has been driven to the wall
and values are permitted to respond to
the dictates of merit.
The San Francisco Bulletin has all
along persisted In the contention that
a gigantic conspiracy had been organis
ed against the American former by a
clique of Chicago speculators, and that
our wheat has never had a fair chance.
In England, for Instance, In the face of
Increased receipts, the English farmer
has been getting an advanced price for
his wheat. On September 9 the wheat
receipts were CS.SOO quarters; 16th. 80,
S00; 23rd. S5.100; 3iHh. 79,700; Oct. 7th,
71.100; ltth. 63,000; list, W.200; 2Sth.
83,200. The respective prices were 25s
Sd. 25s 4d. 25s 4d. 25s 6d. 26. 27s 3d. 2Ss
2d. 2Ss Id. So that it will be seen that
the price in the United Kingdom has
gone up between September 9 and Oc
tober 28 from 15s 5d to 2Ss Id. while in
America, between these same dates, the
price has steadily declined. There is
no bear so hardened as not to be able
to see the force of the argument set
forth here, and so stuborn as not to
admit that unscrupulous manipulation
has kept the price down.
The last Issue of the London Statist
to hand contains the following regard
ing the wheat situation.
The actual outbreak of hostilities in
the Transvaal has had less effect upon
the wheat market than did the antici
pations cf war. The demand has, in
fact, been extremely limited in charac
ter durins the past week, and prices
show little or no change. There Is,
however, a decided firmness on the part
of holders, who offer very sparingly for
shirment; from Russia, in fact, there
i are practically no offers of wheat."
i The statement regarding Russia from
I so relinbie a source as the Statist, upon
whose opinion so many operators de
! pend, should settle for all time the ar-
gument advanced with so much empha
i sl and frequency by the bear element
regarding the "great Russian crop."
I The prodigious crop in Argentina, too,
has had much effect upon the market,
; although as a matter of fart from a
! broad standpoint there Is no reas-.n why
It should be so. Argentina Is but a fac
tor in the wheat question. Up to Octo
ber 12th she has shipped about 5.000,0OO
bushels to foreign countries
Is estimated that about two
bushels cr less, say 1,700,000
rlod In the Interior of Russia, having
been kept buck bccAUte last svnson'
export prices were below homo price.
The southwest provinces hud an ulsi-
lute failure this yvtir, ami are being
supplied by the good croa of adjacent
territory: that has somewhat Interfer
ed with the Black Sea. shipments.
That part of Russia which finds Its out
tot through the Baltic So has had good
crops, which usually don't show up un
til the opening of spring.
The Mark Lane Kxptvss, In Its for
eign reports, say: "The Antwerp
wheat market has shown no,grviu ac
tivity. French farmers have been prof
iting from the recent Br.e weather, and
have proceeded vigorously with the au
turn sowing. The threshing has been
somewhat Interrupted In consequence.
The country markets have not been
very largely attsndod. Field work will
probably be continued another month
at least, but the farmers are not antic
ipating any Improvement In prices, as
the supplies appear to be assured for
some time to come. Wheat has shown
rather a firmer tone at Odf. A
French authority estimates She world s
wheat crop this year at S04.SS5.000
quarters, as compared with 840.100.000
quarters In im. showing a falling off
or 5o,2li..l"io quarters. Australasia is
the only part of the world In which
more wheat has been grown this year.
Tlie production of Australasian wheal
having ben ,53J.00 quarters, as com
pared with 4.200.000 quarters In 1S9S
The production of Europe this year Is
set down at 175.000.000 quarters, as com
pared with W.500.000 quarters In ISM."
Any one predisposed to Scrofula o&n
never be healthy and vigorous. This
taint in tbe blood naturally drift into
Csnsumption. Being uch a deep-seated
blood disease, Swift's Specific Is the
only known care for Scrofula, because
It is the only remedy which can reach
Scrofula spocsrad on the bead ot my UttU
grandchild when only 18 mem lis old. Shortly
tiler breaking oot It spread rapidly all over
ker body. The aoabaoa theaorea would peel
aff on the illphtest touch, and the odor tliu'
wouia aria siaat in at
mosphere of th room
Hckenlng and unbearable.
The diseas a ait attaekad
tile ciex, and we faarad ah
a-oulii loac her night. Em
inent phypisian from th
lurrounding country rrer
tonr,v ted, bnt could do
nothing to relieve the lit
tle Innocent, and (rare It
U their onlntnn that the
ase was boneless and tm-
poaaiDie vt aave tne child eyeuight. It wu
then that we decided to try Swiff gpeclfio.
Ihat meuicine at onoe made a speedy and com
plete cure. She Is sow a young lady, and ha
Sever had tlgn of the distune to return.
Ma. Kutb Bkhkei.kt,
Scrofula Is an obstinate blood disease
and is beyond the reach of the average
blood medicine. Swift's Specific
k$tktfk$9 The Oiuii u
le the only run-. ly equal to such dcci
seated diseases; it (foes down to Ihv
very foundation and forces out ever
taint. It Is purely vegetable, arid li
the only biooi remedy guaranteed V.
contain no me. :ur, potash or otliev
mineral substance whatever.
. Books mailed free by Swift Specific
(Company, Atlanta, Georgia,
A LESSON FROM ABROAD.
New York Sun.
The two great objects of attack by
the critics of the administration during
the war with Spain and since the Agu.
Inalao insurrection In the- Philippines
were and have been, flint, 'Vmbalmed
beef." and, second, the censorship of
news reports from Manila by G.-mval
The accusations regarding "embalm
ed beef" were made with such a nro-
longed howl. In which many deluded
republican newspapers Jtrfned, that at
one time the enemies of the administra
tion were rejoicing In the hi.oe. that
they would destroy all chances of re
publican majority In the congress elec
ted last year. So persistently aid vo
ciferously were they made, with the
assistance, and provocation, of th
general In titular command of the
army, that a voluntary commission was
selected by the president to Investigate
them. After months of Inquiry, during
which hundreds of witnesses) were ex
amined, the commission reported that
they had no foundation in fa-t that
no 'embalmed beef' had been supplied
to the commissary department of the
army or Issued to tbe troops. The howl
was kept up, however, on the ground
that this was only a "whitewashing"
of the government by a picked commls-J
slon. Thereaft?r the Investigation was
entrusted to a strictly military court
of inquiry, composed of dlmingulhed
officers of the army. Its finding was the
same there was no "embalmed beef."
! The main accus.uin of the howlers
against the government concerned
j chle'ly the canned beef which had been
I long Included In the regular ration of
the army. It was described as unfll
for food, as treated with Injurious and
I even poisonous chemicals, as prov-ica
tiv of disease and Its Issue to the
trwps an outrage committed under th
' Influence of corrupt motives.
' It was true that the f ame canned beef
was a navy ration and had be.-n used
as such during the war, but the howlers
would pay no heed to facts. Conse
quently the American Industry engaged
while it i m tne BUppiy 0f canned and refrlger-
mlillon j ate,j urrered a blow which threat,
bushels . ened al the t!me . d0 ere , d
.vm ur avauuuiH oeiore tne new crop. mam.nt damage, for thes
Hut inmae or ten aays this entire bal-1
ancc nut oe gone, anu men tne Arg-n- of the mt t.(,nHUme(1 In clv fe a,
tlna argum-nt will have become a ttilng nome VM, , .
j and they were accused jf p dsonlng the
people -who consumed it by furnlwhing
I them stuff horridly descried as "em-
Prices have struck rock bottom, and j balmed," for the purpoj'? of making
many brokers are wisely advising ctis-! corrupt and ill-girtton gains,
tome.-s to wade in and buy wheat whfl- I That was the flint accusation. Two
it is o low. Thi upward change will ! commissions disposed of it as falH .- and
appear in ten days or two weeks at th ! silly; and now comes the seouel The
mane news tor lvortliig. It is not
mere sKcttu-ular show for the amuse
ment of the curious, but the gravest,
the most terrible, btiHlness In which
men can engage, and ever) thing must
be made subordinate to the require
ments and exigencies of the military
situation. The fighting Is not don,- as
an exhibition for the gratltloatlon of the
public appotlte for thrilling excitement.
It Is to beat and destroy the enemy,
and If suppression of the details from
the public knowledge Is deemed of mili
tary advantage the government Is Just
Mod In It and would be false to Its duty
If It did iu resort to It.
Suppose, for Instance, that as a con
sequence of Conerol Shatter's first bat
tle In Cuba his army had been com
pelled to retreat from tlie strategic po
sltlon at wblch It gave buttle and retire
so rapidly that the wounded were left
In the hands of the enemy, the com
manding general himself Mng among
the mortally wounded, and xm after
ward dying a captive In the enemy'
camp, what would have been the cone
quence here? What a howl tho new,
papers would have raised against him
and the government If the full and pre.
else facts as to the battle and the re
treat had been kept concealed as the
aeians or tne uienov battle and re
treat are now hidden by the Brltl-1
censorship In South Africa? We give
the English people credit 'or the rc
serve with which they accept the cau
uoug siience oi tneir government, as
requisite In view of the ex'g. tide of
war. The facts will nil com.' out In due
time, but so far as the Immediate ur
gvney of the war is concerned It li now
requisite only that thev should Ik
known to the responLI- government.
The lesson of this relatU n Is too ob
vious to mane it necessary thnt we
shoul draw It for any .a.sorable man
prevents consumption. For sal by
l IIAItl.KK ltinih;it.
Oe Noland, Rivkland. O., a-s "My
wife' had pll"1 fiwty yenni. lVWTtf
Itch 1 1 r el 8alvo cured her, It I
the best salve In America." It heals
everything and cures all okln dlseasi,
For Sale by CHAHI.KS4 UiHlKKS,
To ctiuoxe lime Is to save money.
"I wouldn't be without IVWItt's
Witch tinsel Salve for any considera
tion." write Thus. II. Rhode. Center
Held. O, Infallible for piles, cuts,
minis nn.t nkln dlmw Beware of
ooiimerreit. Kor vale by CllAULKS
No man should so act so as to take
Advantage of another' folly.
LARGEST LOCOMOTIVE IN AMER
The Illinois Central Railroad Com
pany has the luryeu l.Homotlve In
America. Th huge machine, which win
delivered three weeks ago by the
Brooks locouiixlve works. Is Ndng tint
ed dally on the run betwivn Chicago
and Kankakee. With a few alterations
in the machinery It will be n'ttily to
take Its regular run N-tween Carbon
dale. III., and Fulton. Ky. It was con
structed specifically for the purpose of
carylng trains of the maximum weight
over the grade at Cairo, the heaviest
on the line. This engine Is of the type
known as the twelve-wheel-couplcd.
and Is fifteen feet high from the rail to
the top of the smokestack. It has four
pairs of driving wheels. The boiler Is
the largest ever comrtructed. being 82
Incheg in diameter at the smallest rim.
The firebox )s eleven feet long. The en
glne weighs 221.000 pounds, without th
nr. II. II. linden, Summit. Ala., aays.
i inniK Kixim iypepia lure la a
splendid medicine, I presrrtbe It. and
my confidence In It grows with oontln
Ued use." It dlgeat what you rat and
quickly cures dywpepsU and Indigent Ion.
For sale by CIIAIU.KS ROOKU9.
The one prudence In life If concentra
tion; the one evil la dissipation.
i nnu uyapepsia nrty-aewn yean
and never found pennanept relief until
I used Kodol dysprpala Cure. Now I
am well and feel like a new man."
writes 8. J. Fleming. Murray, Neb. It U
the bet dlgcstant known. Cures aU
form of Indlgwtlon. Physlolans every,
where prescribe It. For sale by C1IA8
The only Justification for debts Is the
Immediate prospect of profit.
LnGrlppe, with It after effects, an
nually destroy thousand of people.
It may be quietly cured by Ons Mln
ute Cough Cure, the only remedy
that produces Immediate results- In
coughs, olds, croup, bronchitis, pneu
in nla and throat and lung troubles.
It will prevent consumption. For sal
by Ci(AKLEk- RO7ERS.
It becomi's one, while exempt
wis, to hs.k t the dangr.
X Um pudding U to th
and ths proof of liquors
IS IN SAMPLING
That's m arfomant that's
Ours will stand th tast
HUGHES & CO.
5J COMMKHCIAL, BT.
Perfect Pit Giianoteed. Low I'rlccs,
Repairing aod Otsaaing Nats Dona,
Tno. who ha. dslay4 buytM-
a third on th. usual cost of high rrad.
Bill of ou
ar. fortunata The can mti at taaat
noea w. ar closing out ail of our
summer tan shoes at a great redaction.
ws nav. tnam for man, women and
Children, which should brine varyona
I. th store. Tby are new goods
which hav. overstayed tbstr tlma
Consldir th. flgurta
Petersen & Brown.
New, Fresh and Seasonable Goods
T A. V. ALLEN'S
lr. W. Wlxon. Italy fill. N. T..say
i neartuy tveommenrf rn. Mimn.
"ugn v ure. u gave my wife Immcdl
ate relli-f In stiff.icatlng asthma 1
Pleasant to take. Nev. r full to quick
iy cure nil roughs. Ca) his. 1hrni .n,i
The Iron chain and the silken
both equally are bonds.
!; meat com-
of the past. So It Is with all the war
arguments: they'r? gradually wearing
OLD FASHION REVIVED.
London has a new fad, and the up to
date New Yorker who aspires to the
tiptop plnacle of English fashion now
tarries two watches one the plain, un
garnlshed chronometer of the business
man, the irth-r an ornamental hybrid,
perhaps a combination of calendar and
tlno-pence. This Is n-ally only a re
vivai or an ancient custom, as the
"mo'lem fop" of 1777 is described as
A lofty cane, a sword with silver hilt.
a ring, two watcnes anq a snuffbox gilt
it win not i a surprise to anv who
are al all familiar with the gid quail
til's of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to
know that people everywhere take
pleasure n d ialing thHr experience In
the use of that splendid medicine and
in telling or the benefit hv bv r.
ceiven irom it, of liad cold it has
curnii. or tnr-iu-rwvi attacks of pneu
monla It has averted and of ths children
It has saveil frm attacks of croup and
whooping cough. It Is a grand, good
medicine. For sale by Chas. Rogers.
ine empty vessel jlveth a greater
sound than the full barrel.
PSED BT BRITISH SOLDIERS
!fr (; !.we -
! A very lntorwting reference to India
j appeared in the Statist. It Is this!
' "A somwhat rare feature In the trade
' which has rec-ntly bn brou-' to
' light is the demand for foreign wh at
and maize for India, In which country
prlc-s for grain are considerably higher
' than In this country, partly owing to
' the fear of famine, end partly to Ihe
, fear that the nxt wheat crop, for which
; sowing ought to be now in full swing
1 may also prove to )e a failure. Quite
i lately two or three large parcels of
I Australian whtat have been bough:
for direct Bhlpment to India, whilst dur
ing the past week two full steamer car
goes of maize one from America and
i one from- th'? Danube have Wn pur
J chased for Bombay at pricts about Is
' above our level.
A Simla, India, cable pas: ' It U
i estimated that the present famlm. will
affect a larger area than that of 1S78.
It Is likely to he much more severe in,
! vaht tracts of western India."
The St. Louis Republic says: Th-. (,.
timate tf the Russian wheat crop, mak
ing a total of 392,000.000 bushels, Is rer
I talnly a very Irit-r -Htln one. During
the four years ended v. 1th ISI7 the uv-j
I craire crop In Russia was a trifle under
I 40,ou,000 bushels, nn.l th total exports
1 averasa about 1 2.".,0).000. La.st year th
British (rovernm'nt has purchase! or I)
now purchasing millions of pounds f
that very cann -d beef, which a vast
numb.T of the howling newspapers in-
It was true that the same canned beef
ration for Its troops in South Africi.
The enemies If the government fol
lowed up this exploded accusation with
a loud outcry against General Otis for
his censorship of the news at Manila,
though he proceeded In strict accor
dance with tie wise military custom
of guarding his operations from the
knowledge of the enemy and from mis
construction and misrepresentation at
home. How Is It now with British mili
tary operations In South Africa? Never
has there been a sharper censorship
than trat now exercised by the military
representatives of the British govern
ment. Nothing comes from the British
arml. s for publication' which has not
be-n edited by the censors, ho that up
to this time .he public are altoger.h ;r 1 i
doubt us to th" true and exact details
of the military situation l:i South
Afr'.'.'i. The greatest care and the
closfi;t scrutiny have been expended
successfully to prevent the dispatch
from South Africa of ar.y information
except such as the military authority
! sire to have n,-,de known to the pub
lic We are l-ft to mere surmises or to
logical ii fi renc- s from facts which
uio,, as oinciaiij piaceu at 4..6.O00,0O have be.m allowed to leak out after
bUshf le, ar.il the total exports were i hiivlnir h. n tu:,-,1,1 V.v rr,ltll ,rv onner-
vi.i-i-i.vni Dtisneis. 1 nis year th exjxrfts vision
ror t;ia two momns ended Sept -mber 30' ish army In any part of
have been 2.6W.00 bushels less than Its; J war in unknown outsld.:
year, promising even a smaller total i ofr.ee.
than a year ago. A well informed gen- We do not criticise this. It Is g ood pol
tleman says large stock are tHng car-1 Icy. In war, the object is not simply to
Th" i xact situation of th? Brlt-
th? fl'Mif of
of :he war
Men at Nunc.
There in't one tt'-ti in fifty thnti'ind aha
h a good nrrse. Tli" nvcr.ige man feels as
much ort of place in a hick-room an n hull
rnti' iin;i stote. His heart may be
rvi ! sympathy, but his feet' lire
heav . :i fin'n clumsy.
In iiiwi c.ir,e when a woman's general
health breaks down Ihe oiigin.il caui.e is
weakness or disease of the distinctly femi
nine organism. The only permanent cure
lie in the correction of all these disorders.
Husbands choind Lnow that Dr. Pierce's
l'avorite Hre-rtiplion ii the only medicine
that invariably cures all ailments of thi
nature without " local treatment " utid
"examitiati iiis." It acts directly on the
delicate and important organs concerned.
It makes them well and atrong. It allays
inflammation, heals all internal ulceration
and stops d.-bilitating drains. It soothe
and tones t:i nerves. Found at all medi
cine stores. An honest druggist won't urge
upon you a sabti;ute.
"I had fmale liouti for many yeara," write
Mrs. A l,iiig-ilMch, of ('raiiKer, Sweetwater Co..
Wvomiii" "and rM natty physician until I
wan com-iletelv d.voiiniiml. lonallv 1 took f)t
I'ter-c I .-. vi; ritr- l-rceriptio.i fur si months,
and I mx)i f aiirl llial I WKur nnpletrlycnrnf. J
h;id len o b.el I could hardlv walk a' row th
floar. b u I am uow well and atrong, thanks to
No family should be without Dr. Pierce'
Coi'imon Sense Medical Adviser. It used
to os: St yi, now it is dee. Paper-coverec
ci ,v. Ji one cc.it stamps, to cover ruai,ii,i
oti'e, clot it binding -,i stamps Ovei
1,2 , Ar.iciic.in home now contain
Cop. r of tins i.. .-at woik. Addrea Dr.
. V. Pierce, liuuUlo. N' V.
You never snow what form of blood
poison will follow constipation. Keep
the liver clean by using DeWltt's Lit
tle Early Risers and you will avoid
trouble. They are famous little pills
fr constipation and liver fend bowel
troubles. For sale by CHARLES ROGERS.
Cnpr. C. O. D nnlson Is well known all
over Africa as the commander of ths
fortes that raptur'd the famous rebel
Ofilishe. Under date of Nov. 4. 1SW,
rt m rybttrg. B-chunnaland, he
writes: "li..for ntartlng on the last
cnmptilgn I bought a itianttty of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
iiem.dy, winch I iiwhI myself when
troiib,.d with bowel complaint, and had
given to my men, and In every case It
prjved most berwfW.il." For sale by
V. W. Whlppte.fVoprietOr
Restaurant North of San Francisco
PRiVATa rooms rom iLaoraa
5.38 Commercial St.. Antorln, OrcRon
W. F. SCHEIBE,
th Always Mails
A hill IIm y PIbm, Tawaccs.
aaS 3wMkra Artkla.
4T Commercial Stt.
"La Belle Astoria" Clear
Schelba'a Optra Star
And Other Brands
Insurance anJ Shipping.
Custom Hotisto Ilroksyp.
A lent W. r. ai'ii., ami huMrlp Kierio.Co
All Is but Up wisdom which wants ex
perience. Phillip Sidney.
CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM
CURES OTIDSRS, WHY NOT
My wife has boen using Chamber
lain's Pain Balm Balm, with good re
sults, for a lume shoulder that has
pained her contlnualy for nine years.
We have tried all kinds of medicines
and doctors wl'hout receiving any ben
efit from any of them. One day we saw
an advertisement of this medicine and
thought of trying It, which we did, with
the liest of satisfaction. She has used
only one bottle and her shoulder Is al
most well Adolph L. dlllett. Man
chester, N. H. For sale by Chas. Rog-
HT. PAUL, MINN., JAN
Capital . ...
Reserve for Unearned I'n iniuiii
Hcservo for all Other Liabilities
Not Surplus over all Liabilities
CHARLES CHRI8TENBEN. Manage:
B. GOODWIN, Aaslatant Manager.
rmCulifornliiSt., S. I'., Cal.
' SAMUELEIM0R & CO. Apnts,
A burnt child dreadeth the fire.
Colamlly is man's true touchstone.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
By local application, is they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to cure deafness,
and thnt Is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the Eus
tachian Tube. When this tube Is In
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
Imperfect hearing, and when It Is en
tirely closed, deafness Is the result, and
unlws the Inflammation can be taken
out and this tube restored to Its nor
mal condition, hearing will be destroyed
forever; nine cases out of ten are
cauecd by catarrh, which Is nothing
b'H nn Inflamed condition of the mucous
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by ca
tarrh) thnt cannot be cured by Hnll's
Catarrh Cure. Smd for circulars; free
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 2Dc.
Hnll's Family Fills are the best.
YOUNG MAN I
Tour look tell nn you, t'un korp it
iMH'rel h if. I if (nr. too lit t
Ri hiv I irt tu writ Lo Dili uU Ji
Itir. Mi im lwn truming uh rn.ri
for fiver lin Trn( and i Krfrvi
rrtiuhiA. KurnUiifi hit own nilc!n
una ((l no lain.
Of th oil SI. txiuli Miilli'al n1
Hurl,l HI.iriiMrr. !H V.imi.lll
Irrri, rnnlsnd. ur., pualtlvaly s""
antral lu curv.
Thi. diietnr (u.irantw. to -nr. any
rati ot Hvnhllls. OuniS'rhia. Ulisri. S-rrtui'-.
cure, ro (llfrsritnw tiuw long Handing. Sprmaior'i.i,
!. rf Manhood or Nightly HinL.loni, rurrd uarm.n.nt-
ly 'lh habit of Half-Abua rnectually cur.d In a a I on
Your arrora and folliM of votith i-an ha
rm..IM. and Ihla old diicior will riva cu
wh ilMim advlr and cur you maka you iwrfMily tin nc
ano ii.nny. iou win ua ainsaro ai nia lucrpaa ,n curini
Siwrnmtorrlioaa. Seminal Uoaata, Nijhlly Kinluloua,
Pattern, tr.ated In any part of lha country by lit noma
ayatim. Wrlia full particular, Inrloa 10 2c atam , and
hi .vlll anawir you promptly. Hundrada trialid at In mi
who ur unaul to com lo th oliy.
(filim WW ."1 V
Tak a olaar bottle at bedtime and urlnat in th tnttli,
,11 and and look at It In th morning. If It la vloudy or
roi a cloudy (rutin In It, you hav aom nMnay ir bladder
IIihuio, and ihould 0 attended to brfor you t an niur
nlil uIicum, aa hundrida die evary yaar from drlchi'a dli
MM of Klduiya,
ever apt to magnify.
J. D. Bridges, Editor "Democrat,"
Lancaster, N. H p.ays: "One Minute
Cough Cure Is the best remedy for
croup I ever used." Immediately re
lieves and eured romrhs rnlOa mm
HSlhmfl. nnpnmonln hrnnrhllla' .nr'
- , - a.'i-
and All throat anl lung troubles.
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