THE MORNES'G bREGOXIAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1906.
QUEEN ROOT (attMlngla SyivUM)r ' "Has mod freqnccatly been taaployed in iadpiest phthisis,
A Common Sense Talk. Prof. John King, if. D., e&ys : "An alterative (blood-purifie- r)
bronchitis, inflsesza, paeuBosia, qroap, asthma, diphteeria, ia
scarlatina, dyspnoea (short breath), dyspepsia, Bydrothorax V
WHOSE SAY-S- O IS BEST?
unsurpassed by few it any other of the (dropsy of the chest) aad jaaadice." Edwin M. Hale, 31. D.
known alteratives; most successful in skin With nearly all medicines rat up for tion cures the worst cases of feaaa'
and scrofulous affections. Beneficial in "Its naost important therepeutical effects are witnessed in dis- sale through druggists, one has to take weakness, prolapsus, anti -- version and
bronchial affections permanently cures eases of the respiratory (breathing) organs. Used in croup, in aay-s- o alone and exclusively retro-versi- and corrects 'Irregularities,
bc rrt TimUVi the sunshine.'
unA Vumniness from bronchitis relieves irritations an impor- functional amenorrhea (abscBce of menses), chronic sisal ca- as to their curative value. 'Of course, cures painfull periods, dries up disagree-
so do we get strength trom the woods ana fields tant cough remedy coughs of v ears' stand- tarrh and nasal polypi." R. Bartholow, M. D. such testiraoay is not that of a disinter- able and weakening drains, sometimes
ing being cured. Aids in g blood-makin- ested party and accordingly is not to be known as pelvic catarrh, and tchy inflam-
as Nature furnishes it to us. Just as mould and nutrition, and may be taken without LYCERINE. given the same credit as if written from mation of tho ovaries and a multitude of
harm for long periods." The United States Dispensatory says of Glycerine: "When disinterested motives. Dr. Pierce's medi- other diseases peculiar to women, readily
thrives in darkness, so does disease. If all the animal R. Bartholow, M. D., L. L. D., says : given internally it is laxative, and'rt has also been suggested as cines, however, form a slagle and there- yield to i.ts marvelous curative potency.
fore striking exception to this rule. Bear in mind, it is not a patent nor even
kingdom, including human beings, lived out in the good "Stillingia has long been in repute as an a substitute for cod-liv- oil in phthisis consumption)."
Their claims to tho confidence of Invalids a secret medicine, but the "Favorite
air and in the sunshine, close to Nature, without taking alterative and employed for scrofula in its various forms. Most "The solvent and preservative properties as well as agreeable does not rest solely upon their owners Prescription" of a regularly educated,
satisfactory results have been obtained from its use in syphilitic taste and permanent consistence jof glycerine, render it very user and makers say-s- o or praise. Their In- physician, of large experience in the
foul air into their lungs and improper food into their affections. Recommended in habitual constipation, torpidity of ful as a menstruum (a solvent) in pharmacy." gredients are matters of public knowl-
edge, be in? printed: on each separate
cure of woman's peculiar ailments, who
liver, jaundice, piles, ascites (drops), due to hepatic (liver) frankly 3nd cheerfully takes his patients
stomachs, the precentage of sickness in this world would Prof. Finley Ellingwood, M. D., of Bennett Medical College, bottle wrapper. Thus Invalid sufferers into his full confidence by telling them
changes or obstructions." Chicago, says of Glycerine: "For internal use, Glycerine is anti- are taken Into Dr. Pierce's full just what his " Prescription " Is com-
be reduced to a minimum but civilization has brought
STONE ROOT (C sill n sen la C I a). septic, laxative and nutritive, taking the place of cod -- liver oil Scores of leading medical men posed of. Of no other medicine put up
its ills to mankind, and to correct these ills we must go "Alterative, tonic, stimulant. Valuable in laryngitis f minis- to a large extent with children in the latter particular. This have written enough to All volumes In
praise of the curative value of the
tor woman's special maladies and sold
through druggists, can it be said that
to Nature for the remedy. We advise nothing but what ters' sore throat.' In diseases of stomach and inteitises im- fact is denied, but is capable of demonstration. several IngredienU entering Into these the maker is not afraid to deal thus
proves appetite, promotes flow of gastric "It prevents decomposition in the stomach and encourages well-kno-
medicines. Amongst these frantcly, openly and honorably, by letting
is right when we recommend to you a medicine which is writers we find such Medical lights as every patient using the same know
juice; tonic effect upon organs involved. A secretion, and if jx small quantity be added to ice water and Prof. Finley Ellingwood. AL D.t of Ben- exactly what she is taking.
purely vegetable and made from native, medicinal roots good remedy in indigestion, dyspepsia, drank regularly in these levers it is an intestinal antiseptic nett Medical College, Chicago: Prof. That every ingredient entering into Dr.
found in the depths of our American forests. It is a chronic gastritis, increasing the secretion and nutritive. Hale, of the same city: Prof. Jno. M. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has the en-
from kidnej'fl and skin." American Dis- Scudder, M. D.. late of Cincinnati, Ohio; dorsement of tho leading medical writers
medicine the makers of which are not afraid to tell you of pensatory. "In dyspepsia it serves an excellent purpose. Holding a fixed Prof. Jno. King, M. D. late of Cincin- of the age amply attests its harmless
quantity of the peroxide of hydrogen in solution, it is one of the nati, Ohio: Dr. Grover Coe, of New character as well as Its sterling curative
its composition. We recommend Dr. Pierce's Golden Edwin 31. Hale, 31. D.t Professor Materia best manufactured products of the present (ime in its action
Medical Discovery for a n system in all cases
of impaired vitality, and we give you a few extracts
Medics in Hahnemann Medical College of
Chicago, says: "There is no doubt of
action on the urinarv organs.
has cured disorders supposed to be due to
upon enfeebled, disordered stomachs, especially if there is ulcer-
ation or catarrhal gastritis (catarrhal inflammation of stomach),
it is a most efficient preparation. Glycerine will relieve many
York; Dr. Bartholow and scores of others
The writings of these have been for tho
various medical journals and for publi-
cation in standard medical books for pro-
value. Send your address for the little
book and read what some of the most
eminent medical men of this century say
of the curative properties contained In
the several ingredients which go to make
from n and recognized medical authorities
well-know- cases of pyrosis (heartburn) and excessive gastric acidity. It is fessional reading and instruction, and up Dr. Pierce's leading medicines. Kb
gravel, catarrh of the bladder and dropEy from deficient action useful in chronic intestinal dyspepsia, especially the 'flatulent
in regard to the ingredients contained in this medicine, of the kidneys. Cures irritation of the cardiac (heart) nerves, hence are the more valuable as they re- other medicines are backed up by such
variety, and in certain forms of chronic constipation, stimulating late to Dr. Pierce's medicines, since the marvelous, disinterested, professional en-
with rapid, regular or irregular beating. Useful in valvular the secretory and excretory functions of the intestinal glands."
which, can confidently be .depended upon for the diseases." writers did not know that they were en- dorsement'. This one fact Is worth mora
dorsing and recommending articles that and should have more weight In deter-
most positive curative action in all weak states of the
stomach accompanied with distressing indigestion or
BLACK CHERRYBARK (Prtmus Virglnlana).
Roberto Bartholow Eays: "Wild Cherrybark is an excellent
Nearly Forty Years Ao, enter into the composition of these medi-
cines and had no personal interest what-
ever therein. Hence, their great value
mining whether these
cines, or some secret compounds without
medi- non-secr- et
Dr. Pierce discovered that pure, d glycerine of proper
professional endorsement and with only
dyspepsia. stomach tonic; it has long been held in great esteem in domestic as endorsements. the makers' praise to recommend them,
practice as a remedy in catarrhal states of strength is a better solvent and preservative of 'the active medi- A brief synopsis, of a small part only, are best and most likely to effect im-
This medicine takes its name from Golden Seal root the bronchial mucous membrane and in cinal principles residing in most of our indigenous or native medi- of these extensive writings, which apply portant cures.
cinal plants than is alcohol. As its use is entirely unobjection- to the several ingredients entering into In favor of Dr. Pierce's medicines is the
(Hydrastis Canadensis), which is one of its, principal phthisis .(consumption)." ""The sirup is
able, while alcohol as is n when used even in small
well-know- Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery frank, confiding, open statement of their
much used as an ingredient in cough mix- the remedy for weak stom- full composition, giving every Ingredient
ingredients. tures." portions, for a protracted period, does lasting injury to the world-fame-
human system, especially in the case of delicate women and ach, or dyspepsia, torpid or congested In plain English, without fear of success-
We take up each ingredient of the "Golden Medical Professor F. EllingwoodI M.D., of Bennett children, he decided to use chemically pure glycerine instead of liver, biliousness, ulceration of stomach ful criticism and with confidence that
Medical College, Chicago, says: "The tonic and bowels and kindred aliments has the good sense of the afflicted will lead
Discovery " and quote our authorities for its use under influence of this agent is more markedly ap-
the usually employed alcohol in the preparation of his medicines. been complied for publication in book them to appreciate this honorable man-
He fonnd .that the glycerine, besides being entirely harmless, form. These extracts also treat of tho ner of confiding to them what they are
the headings of Golden Seal root, Queen's root, Stone parent when it is administered in disease possesses intrinsic medicinal properties, of great value. Its several Ingredients entering into tho taking into their stomachs when making
of the respiratory apparatus (breathing
root, Black Cherrybark, Bloodroot, Mandrake root and org&Dbj qi a fcuuacuie muaj or iiingenncj
nutritive properties, Dr. Pierce believes, far surpass those of composition of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-
scription for weak, "run-
use of these medicines.
Dr. Pierce's medicines are made from
oil, entitling it to favorable consideration in all cases of over-worke- d,
chemically pure Glycerine. chronic character. A common remedy for chronic coughs, the
incipient consumption, especially when it is combined with the down debilitated, nervous women, who harmless but efficient medicinal roots
cough of nervous patients without apparent cause; is popular in find in it a priceless boon. found growing in our American forests.
active medicinal principles extracted from Black Cherrybark, Send your namo and address by postal The Indians knew of the marvelous
Vwld's Dispensary Medical Associatwa, Prop's, Buffalo, NX- - the treatment of mild cases of palpitation. Palpitation from Queen's root. Stone root, Golden Seal root and Bloodroot, as in
disturbed condition of the stomach is directly relieved by it." card or letter, with request for this little curative value of some of these roots
"Golden Medical Discovery." Besides its superior nutritive pro- book, to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.. and imparted that knowledge to some of
MANDRAKE ROOT (PeriapkjUtMt Pa Malum). perties, glycerine is a very valuable demulcent and thereby and It will bo mailed free to your tho friendlier whites, and gradually some
GOLDEN SEAL ROOT greatly enhances the remedial action of all the foregoing roots address. From it you will learn irTiy of the more progressive physicians came
(Hydrastis Canaismsls). "Certain, sure cathartic; leaves bowels in improved condition. in the cure of several coughs, bronchial, throat, laryngeal and "Golden Medical Discovery " cures ca- to test and use'them, and evpr since they
A gentle stimulant tonic: improves the ap- - other kindred affections of the and lungs. In all tarrh of the nasal passages, even though have grown In favor by reason of their
Ir. Roberta Bartholow, Jefferson Medical College of Philadel- - "ST"M""3"P"1P"""T petite- - Particularly valuable in dyspepsia, "wasting diseases," where there is loss of flesh and gradual of years' standing. It is & most potent superior curative virtues and their safe
constitutional remedy for this terribly and harmless qualities. The little free
thia. a recognized authority on Materia I gastric and intestinal catarrh. Beneficial "running-down- " of the system, the glycerine certainly plays an common and generally unsuccessfully book mentioned in Ihe preceding column
medico, and Ticrapcutics, says of Hydrastis M"npFyfnM I in some affections of bladder." American important part in lessening the breaking down and wasting of treated malady. The cure will be facil- will tell you all about the properties and
(Golden Seal): "Very useful as a stom- tissue, and in promoting assimilation and increase of bodily itated If Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy bo uses of these most valuable medicinal
achic tonic (stomach tonic) and in atonic weight. It is, in Dr. Pierce's estimation, a powerful reconstruc- employed to cleanse out the nasal pas- roots. Send for it sow.
I fOOLDCN dyspepsia. Cures gastric catarrh (catarrh "Recommended in biliousness with tive agent in all cases of impaired vitality and especially valuable sages at the same time that the n Dis- Your druggists sells the "Fjlvoritjs
of stomach) and headaches accompanying inactivity of the liver, sallow skin and
when associated and combined with such superior alteratives covery' Is employed for the constitu- Prescriptiox" and also that famous
same. In catarrh of the gall duct and jaun
Vi conjunctiva leycsj, constipation, arv stools
I tional treatment. alterative, blood purifier and stomach
and tonics as in "Golden Medical Discovery." Its wonderful The n Discovery" Is equally efficient In tonic, tho "Got.DE?r Medicai. Disco-
"jj " f and bloated bowels, highly colored urine
SlJ dice, it is of especial utility. Constipation,
dependent upon different deficient secre
tions, with hard and dry stools, may be
overcome by the remedy. Chronic catarrh
of the intestines, even if it has proceeded to ulceration, ia re- -
marfcamy oenemea oy xiyarastis."
containing uric icid, or urates in great ex
cess. Is given in jaundice,
piles; is an alterative in plethoric (fall blooded conditions, in
skin diseases and in scrofula and syphilis." F. Ellingwood, 3L D.
BLOODROOT (Saigulnaria Canadensis).
solvent properties also play an important part in the cure of gall-
stones, severe constipation, with dry and almost impacted stools.
Glycerine is also one of the very best
counteracts the excessive fermentation of foods in the stomach,
present in most cases of
and as such
indigestion or dyspepsia. Thus the
pain, belching of noxious gas, bloating and other disagreeable
the cure of catarrh of the stomach and
bowels, and in cases of ulceration of these
organs. Read what Doctors King, Scud-
der, Grover Coe. and others sav of the
curative properties of Golden Seal root
and of Stone root in cases of the above
vert." Write to Dr. Pierce about your
case. He Is an experienced physician-an-
will treat your case as confiden-
tial and without charge for correspond-
ence. Address him at the Invalids
Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo,
diseases. Both these roots are important N. Y., of which he Is chief consulting
"Stimulates digestive organEj increases action of heart and Fvmptoms arc overcome and the Stone root, Golden Seal root, ingredients of "Golden Medical Discov- physician.
Prom n Organic Medicines," by Grover Coe, M. DM of Xew Bloodroot and other ingredients of "Golden Medical Discovery" ery." From tho writings of these same It Is as easy to be well, as ill and much
York, we extract the following: "Hydrastis (Golden Seal) arteries stimulant and tonic. Very valu
able as a cough remedy acts as a sedative are greatly assisted in their action in completing a cure. As authors you will learn, tch'j the "Golden moro comfortable. Constipation Is the
exercises an especial influence over mucous surfaces. Upon the will be seen from the writings of Drs. Bartholow, King, Scudder, Medical Discovery cures chronic, or cause of many forms of illness. Doctor
liver it acts with equal certainty and efficacy. As a cholagogne further valuable as an alterative." Amer- Coe, Ellingwood and other high authorities, these agents can lingering ailments of the throat and bron- Pierce's Pleasant Pellets qure constipa-
(liver invicorator'). it has few equals. In.affections of the spleen, ican Dispensatory. confidently be depended upon for the most positive, curative chia attended with hoarseness, cough, tion. They are tiny, gran- -' sugar-coate- d
and abdominal viscera generally, it is an efficient and reliable "Overcomes congestion of the lungs, after action in all atonic, or weak, states of the stomach, accompanied soreness and kindred symptoms. Several ules. One little "Pellet" is a gentle laxa- -
remedy. Also in scrofula, glandular diseases generally, cutane
of the ingredients In the "Golden Med- tive. two a mild cathartic All dealers
severe cold in the chest from exposure. with distressing indigestion or dyspepsia. Read from the ical Discovery" are highly recommended in medicines sell them.
ous eruptions, indigestion, debility, diarrhoea and dysentery, Given in bronchial coughs, in membrane- writings of the authorities quoted, under headings of Golden for their specific, enrativb effects in Dr. Pierce's illustrated book,
constipation, piles and all morbid and critical discharges." ROOT ous croup. It equalizes the circulation of Seal root. Stone root, Black Cherrybark, Bloodroot, Queen's laryngitis, or "Speakers sore throat," as "The Common Sense Medical Adviser,"
the entire svstem, inducing warmth in the root and Mandrake root and you will find that all these ingredi- well as In Incipient consumption and Is sent free in pap'er covers on receipt of
The foregoing certainly are wonderfully strong en- skin and in the extremities. It will assist ents are recommended as remedies for indigestion or dyspepsia. obstinate, lingering coughs, which, if 21 stamps to pay the cost of
in overcoming hepatization (solidification) All are ingredients of "Golden Medical Discovery," combined in neglected or badly treated, are apt to end mailing only. For 31 stamps the d cloth-boun-
dorsements of one of Dr. Pierce's chief ingredients used In consumption. volume will be sent. It was
of lung structure and restoring normal tone and normal func- such porportions that each enhances the curative action of all From the same little book you may forroerlv sold for $1.50 per copy. Addre!
in his "Golden Medical Discovery." tional action." F. Ellingwood, 31. D., of Bennett Med. College. the others. learn why Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y
Revolutionists and other poletarlat or- that the International treaties of com- - I
lans to support the government presided President C. A. Dolph. of the hotel com-
ganizations, are secretly selecting dele-
REBELS MOB POLLS gates .to the big congress, which it has
been planned to hold in Finland some
ume- mis montn, and at which an ulti-
mate plan of action will be decided upon.
LONG 1 MT merce recently made operative by royal j
order would bo submitted to the diets,
and that approval of the customs and
commercial agreement with Austria
over by General Gomez, and adds should
and good-wi- ll
his temporary separation bring harmony
to the country he would
willingly make his retirement permanent.
pany, stated last night that there was
nothing to give out. He said absolutely
no action was taken outside of the trans-
action of routine business. The directors
would, with a view to the Independence "The Ministers and Governors have pre considered the propositions that have
The government la seeking to prevent the of the two states, be drawn up In treaty sented their resignation, as Is usual, so been offered them to sell or lease the hos-
meeting or the congress by all moans. form and not as a commercial union. as to leave the new President at liberty telry. The question of appointing a man-
Tho delegates are being hunted down The government. Premier Wckcrie add- to select his Cabinet." ager to succeed Mr. Bowers was also dis-
Forcible Attempt to Prevent and arrested by the police, who last Von Radowitz Will Probably ed, intended to Introduce electoral re- Announces Temporary Retire- changed cablegramsbetween New York
Business have been ex cussed. It Is not known when another
night arrested 60 representatives of the forms, after which the diet would be dis- this month meeting of the board of directors will
Rusisan Election. woricmen in tho factories, who were Act Chancellor. as solved. Tho ministry, he said." would re- ment From Presidency. and the capital of Venezuela, but they be held.
holding a meeting at Narva, an Industrial sign after the elections had been fought have taken days In transmission on ac-
town of 18.000 Inhabitants In the govern- out on the electoral reform question. count of delays at Trinidad, and answers
ment of St. Petersburg. CARD OF THANKS.
Th. coalition leaders received the state- have also been delayed many days. None From the inmost depths of our hearts
The Council of the Emnlre has nastArf ment with enthusiasm. of them gave any hint of. the pending we wish to express our gratitude to tho
a law providing pensions for the wlrfnn-- condition In the executive head of the Benevolent Order of Elks, the Commer-
POLICE AT FIRST BEATEN and the children of gendarmes and police. VON BUEL0W NEEDS REST MAY MAKE PERMANENT government. tonight cial Club of Portland, the railroad friends
men wno nave been killed by the revolu- WILD FIGHT EDUCATION BILL It was said that If the cable- of Mr. Hallock. the Woodmen ot the
tionists. Thev will receive the same gram to Scnor Flguerdo was a fraud and World, and all the kind friends who have
pension rate as the widows and the chll- - aimed to disturb the value of the re- helped us In our terrible bereavement.
aren or soiaiers wno were killed during Englbh and Catholic Churches Unite God bless and keep them from such bitter
public's securities. It would have no ma- grief as ours. Most sincerely.
tne war with Japan. terial effect. If It was a forgery by revo- MRS. HOMER HALLOCK AND
Astrakhan Scene of Mob Outbreak. Three hundred and lwenlv.fn.-- mnH. Worked, in Foreign Office
Subs-titut- and Liberals Make Threats. Venezuela Is at Peace Now, He Says, lutionists in Trinidad It would be a mean- CHILDREN.
AH Southeastern Russia In armes or policemen were killed from Scp- - LONDON, April 1L Thirty-tw- o bishops ingless forgery.
tcmper. to January. "Se. Under Prince RlMnurck, and and lie Desires to Lead a Rest- BUSINESS ITEMS.
of English and Welsh dioceses, at a
Rebel Mood Czar Holds Docs Xot Care .Much for meeting today in Lambeth Palace, ex- ful, Private Life for Some
ROMANCE GROWS FROM WAR
Hotel Portland Directors Meet. ir Babr Is Cnttlac
WiMe in Office. Rrltl5.h Friendship. pressed tho conviction that the education Be eura and uae that old and
well-trie- d rem-
bill as It stands must be unhesitatingly
Time to Come. The board of directors of the Hotel edy. Mrs. Wlnalow'a Soothing Syrup, for chil-
Portland held a meeting yesterday after- dren teething. It soothes the child, ioItni
Reappearance of Suppowd Dead Sol opposed. The Roman Catholic hierarchy the sums, allays all pain, cures wind colls
noon at the First National Bank but and diarrhoea.
will meet on April ZX to consider the bill
ST. PETERSBURG. April U.-- Th first dier Embarrasses His Wife. and simultaneously the Catholic Educa
BERLIN. April 11. Herr von Radowitz. tion Council will meet under the prcsl- - NEW YORK. April U. General Cipriano
election disorder which have been im-
ported occurred at Astrakhan, where on
election day a. great mob of revolutionists
formed on the outskirts of the city and
ST. PETERSBURG. April 11. Curious
domestic complications have arisen out
of the return of Russian soldier who.
while prisoners, were reported dead. Many
the German Ambassador to Madrid, who
Is now on the way from Madrid te Ber-
lin, is now spoken of in the official world
rfs the probable Acting Chancellor during
dencv of the Duke of Norfolk to discuss
means of opposing the measure It is
probable Catholics will meet In all large
Castro has retired temporarily from the
Presidency of Venezuela. General Juan
Vicente Gomez. First of nt
To Get More Strength
nwept down upon thp polls in an attempt
to prevent votlnjf. Though the authori-
ties, anticipating trouble, had concentrat-
ed the police reserves of the whole prov-
or tnem nave round their wives again
wedded and one Instance has come to
light where a woman who supposed her
self a widow is now legally the wife of
the long holiday which It seems will be
necessary to complete the recovery of
Prince von Buelow. Although all of Pro-
towns for the purpose of protesting
against the enactment of the bllL
Walter Rundman. a ministerialist mem
ber or Parliament, alluding to the meet-
the Republic, is the present executive
head. Tins information was contained
in an official cable dispatch received to
day from Caracas by Carlos Benito o.
from Your Food
ince of Astrakhan, the reserve wore de-
fessor Reltver's retnrls ings mentioned above, said In the course In this city.
two men. The reappearance of husband progress of the Chancellor are phrased of a speech at Newcastle tonight, that. If Mr. FIgucrdo sent the following letter It needs only one Cascaret at a tlms
feated by the- mob. which war dispersed
No. 1 found her the mother of a child by TT OTS of people are starving with
most uupeiuiiy. y me tatters condition the Archbishop of canteroury used tne to the press: t to stimulate all the enough,
only by the free use of a large force of
husband No. . Is such that three months House or Lords to defeat the education full stomach.
lAter the crowd and made a
demonstration In front of the Governor's
palace, but was agatn dispersed. Tha
The first husband was willing to re
linquish his claim to his jucccsPor for
$25. but the latter did not have the moncy
and the matter was referred to the vil-
to be essential to his restoration
neattn. It js regarded as necessary that
Chancellor von Buelow shall be repre- -
to bill. It would mean not only the shaking
of that house to its foundations, hut
would render disestablishment inevitable.
"I have just received a cablegram from
Caracas In which I am advised that on
Monday. April 9. Juan Vicente Gomez.
nt of Venezuela, took charge
Ua You knov, it's not ho-- much
Eat. but how we Digest that
makes us Strong, or Brainy, or Successful.
without purging, discomfort or loss of
So, If you want the same natural
election was then completed. seniea aunng mis period. of the Presidency. General Castro, Presi-
lage priest. Finally It was arranged that Hcrr von Radowitz is a friend of Prince dent of the republic, has resigned his When the Bowels are filled with undi- action that a walk in the country
The revolutionists, not. only of Astra- the wife should return to her first love. Phlllln Zuclenberr whn lie n nHntA n a
Indo-Chine- Town Burned. position temporarily and desires to retire gested food we may be a great deal would give you, (without the weariness)
khan, but of the whole southeastern part but that the baby, being born In wedlock viser of the Emperor. His diplomatic April
f tho Empire, are In an ugly mood. The with husband No. 2. should be cared for SAIGON. French Cochin-Chln- a.
to a restful private life for some time, worse off than if we were half starved for take one Cascaret at a time, with intervals
government for come time has been by the latter and bear his name.
jcrvjcc nas oecn tne longest, and he had II. Luang Prabang. capital of French owing to the strenuous work his position want of Food. . between, till you reach the exact condi-
quietly preparing to put down an armed tne ranic ot Minister early In the "70s. Indo-Chln- a.
has been almost destroyed exacts and which he has so successfully Because, food that stays too long In the
when working in the Foreign Office with by fire. Five hundred houses and the carried oa for the past year. The proc- tion you desire.
.outbreak, which was expected to take Prince IilMnarrk. uhRn French school were burneo. o lataittics lamation made by Castro can Bowels decays there, just as if it stayed
; place- after Easter, and has been moving GUARDS SHOOT AT STEAMER --
troops tnitner. As an attempt to cut Ambassador to Constantinople and has arc recorded. be briefly summarized as follows: too long in the open air.
communications tvas feared, all the rail- Decn jocaica at Madrid, since 1&S2. " 'Peace Is assured In the entire re- One Cascaret at a time will properly
roads have been placed under martial Fear of Rebel Attack Cauws Sonic He Ik the same Von Radowitz who. In Earthquake Ht public. The international situation of the
cleanse a foul Breath, or Coated Tongue,
law. bridges and stations strongly gar- 1S75. presumably at Prince Bismarck's government Is clear, and all pending
risoned and arms served out to railroad
of Crew to Die. succcstion. told Count Ronbiini.rtimn Spain April 11. A slight questions will be either' amicably arranged Well, when food decays in the Bowels, thus proving clearly Its ready, steady,
employes to enable them to resist Intimi- UFA. April
Fearing a revolution-
11. then French Ambassador to Berlin, that shock of earthquake was felt here tins or settled by arbitration. through delayed and overdue action, what sure, but mild and effective action.
dation by the Insurgents. ary attempt to blow up the railroad tnem was danger of war between France evening. "General Castro charges all Venezue
and Germany If the former power con- happens? A coming Headache can be warded off,
bridge across While River, the guards
tinued Its immense mllllarv The millions of little Suction Pumps in short order, by a single Cascaret, and
CZAR HOLDS WITTE IN OFFICE have the guards discharged on "boats. To-
several times fired The dell verr of that messare nmiiinJ that line the Bowels and Intestines then
day a volley at a tne xeazes arialr. in 1K5. Herr the cause removed.
suspicious steamer which was showing no von Radowitz has a predilection for draw Poison from the decayed Food, Heartburn, Acid-risin-
lights and riddled the upper works of the
Irtesenslons Among Democrats About vessel, killing or wounding several of instead of the Nourishment they were
France, but is renuted not in mro mni.K
Policy In Dourna.
Strana, a Conservative Liberal newspa
per, today eays It has learned from high
Names Committee on Finance.
ST. PETERSBURG. April 11. An Im-
for British friendship. His wife Is a
MUTIXY ON A CRUISER.
intended to draw.
This Poison gets Into the blood and,
in time, spreads all over the body, unless
the Cause of Constipation is promptly
in the throat, and Colicky feeling are sure
signs of Bowel trouble from food poisons?
and should be dealt with promptly.
One Cascaret will stop the coming
trouble, move on the Bowel load, and free
authority that the Emperor ha declined perial ukase announces that henceforth removed.
to accept Premier Wittc's resignation. a committee of finance consisting of a PortuffHcse Admiral Goes Aboard SHRIVE mm.
MARCH NIXETEXXXM t
tb That Cause of Constipation is Weak, the Digestive Juices, If that
A caucus of Constitutional Democrats, is taken as soon as the first signs are
president and officers named by the Em-
of Parliament, has been peror and Including as permanent mem-
called for May . to formulate a line of bers the Premier, the Minister
action for the party. Dissensions have. and the Controller of the Empire will of Finance
and Scads Mutineers Ashore.
LISBON. Anrll 11. A mmlnv innV .1,- -.
Post Street mud Grant Avenue
or Lazy, Bowel Muscles.
here yesterday on board tho Portuguese
however, appeared already, and a split examine all questions of National
is quite probable. and state loans before they are submit-
credit cruiser xron uihob j. Admiral Ferrera.
commander of the naval forces, proceed-
Tks larrf RECIOU5 GOLD a. n 4WATCHES,
WARt. ETCt feS fczx
When your Bowel-Muscl- esgrow flabby Don't fall to carry the Vest Pocket
they need Exercise to strengthen them
ERT DEPARTMENT lacrcHtd.
The most radical members favor a plan ted to legislative bodies. ed in beraon to the, mutinous ymki a CLOCIUf O N Cascaret Box with you constantly.
according to which they will decline to
Th JTAI 4rvtl tsaaora jctanasiv hiv
will anal not "Physic" to pamper them.
take the prescribed oath until
peror shall have oworn fidelity to the con
M. Kedrlne, a
Too Rusy to Talk to Peasants
ST. PETERSBURG, April 1L Minister
put the. mutineers ashore. Over 2TO men
were lanaeu uncer
tne naval barracK.
guara, ana conaned In
5 VeC lAATTXM TI O K im alircteal to tha
SECOND r LOO , rfii2rintJK:OKf
There's only one kind of Artificial
Exercise for the s.
Its name is "CASCARETS," and Its
All Druggists sell them over ten
million boxes a year, for six years past.
Ee very careful to get the genuine.
MAH O GANY TXrRXlTTJRE,
burg lawyer and a prominent Constitu of the Interior Durnovo has sent a clrcu PROGRAMME OF NEW PREMIER RARE ORI-TWr- AL
price is Ten Cents a box. made only by the Sterling Remedy Com-
lar to the Governors
tional Democrat, believes the. onnosltion provinces telling them of the send any
different RUG. CUT IMPORTED CHINA
Cascarets act like Exercise on the pany and never sold in bulk. Every
should Immediately demand the annul- more peasant delegations. to the
ment of the Imperial manifesto of March aa Emperor. Coalition Ministry Cheered la Hun OBJECT Or ART. Muscles of the Bowels, and make them tablet stamped "CCC."
5. which gave the government a strong iic is ioo uujv iu receive mem. A cemarien of prices Ir altfajs stronger every time they force these
iiuiu un me proceedings ox; I'ariiamcni. as
garian Diet. InOittd -
j SHRZVZ &- COMfXHY
Ming Inconsistent with the previous Im
perial manifesto of October SO.
A cough which lingers on long after
every other symptom of a cold has dlsap.
BUDAPEST. April 1L At a meeting to
day of members of the coalition. Premier
jUiMM MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT
CGGISTIOX BOOK" C137 fr a. Muscke to act naturally.
The stronger these Muscles propel the
food, the stronger does the friction of the
The more practlcal-mlnde- d
members. Wekerle outlined the ministerial pro- tar FREE TO OUR TRXEXD!
like M. Vlnacer. another Constitutional pearea some
Democratic candidate for St. Petersbunr. may result seriously.or Mr. Alexander snrf
snouts bv wirnuon. as it indi-
throat lunc trouble, gramme. The government, ho said, would
ask th lower house to exact lademnlty U COMPANY
SHREVE svad Gnnt feed act on the flow of Digestive Juices.
The mors of ihaseJuices that act en
believe that the first duty of the party Is Millan, of Manle Rldce. Mich Mc-
nm. ,FMt Street to ww infiisatTea casta testaeaisHy ht the
for vxpenaitunts incurred without con eaters. It a
to strengtnen taeir posttlcn by a coal! mends Chamberlain's Cough Remedv for stitutional assent and for the passage of fod, &e rare Nstrimest does that food orSMiartaMe. astasias a
tlon with the peasants on the basis of a this trouble. He says: "I used this "rem- such military expenditures as have been tani Sato, aad the richer nourishment do weMTgaf faaEMtaaasts omr cot af Cascarets.
suitable settlement of the agrarian ques- - edy for a stubborn cough with the best t Included. Ia th etlsjMtea but sot voted. the Mute Sue boo Pumps U fee Isassttees wtta wkkhTafeaty trJaket is ItaM. .717
tKBt results and tMnk there is nethlsg like iU The Frewler mM that tho swrmal eon. HOI Sac iac tMs aaasr. Assrws
Sanaa IiantfY Caaay. Cafcats sr Twa.
Tae Sootal Democrats aad the Sedal. I cannot apeak tae blgMy of IU"
by .ail drurglrts.
ttafftBt of troops oaly wuM be rire4;