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I Highest'of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. A Gov't Report Thoroughly Honest 31 an. "In conversation with a politician," said a lawyer to me, "1 mentioned tho name of a certain gentleman. 'Now, there,' said the politician, 'is as honest a man as there is iu town. Yes, sir, 1 tell you, he is the straightost man 1 know. He is white, he is. You need never be afraid of him beating you, for he is honest to the backbone. When you buy his vote, you may be eure he will do as he promises. If he happens to find out that he cannot carry out his contract, why, he wou't pocket your Adulterated Food lu I'uris. money and say nothing. No, siree, he In the guisa of tine brandy have we will give your money back to you every not drank alcohol made from potatoes, time. Now, that is what I call an honadded tifby sulphuric acid, ammonia or est man.' "Louisville Courier-Journawhite soap, colored with nut galls or carThe Difficulty of Hemming a Dutchman. amels, and owing its savor to insect The second chamber of the Dutch it into and pimento put powder, ginger has passed a bill which will with legislature profusely? As for rum, it is colored is given by make it more difficult for a foreigner to savor and with or tar, prunes Naturalization become a Dutchman. adding the raspiiyis of tanned leather. will no a be matter, but personal longer find aloes, In beer, instead of hops we will concern the entire family, who will, the In ox bile. and gentian, centaury receive milk we drink there are water, whites of however, only second acknowledgment as Dutch in the generation after careggs, brown sugar, rice, essence of Ten years' absence from rots and the brains of animals. Some- the settlement. without a declaration of the times there is even a little real milk the countryto remain a Dutchman will intention drawn from a real, live cow. loss of the nationality. For almost nothing you can have a su- cause the tho in but IMMENSE BELTS. perb box of canned lobsters, sheet iron boxes that you buy you will One of the Marvels of the Midwinter only find cuttle fish. Tainted salmon, Fair. trout and other "denizens of the sea" One of the marvels of the lute Midwinter are embalmed by injecting into them salts or zinc. The scales are made fresh Fair was the immense energy used to mainagain by rubbing them with vaseline, tain the wonderful machinery in Machinery After the generation of and the fins by rubbing them with fresh Hall in motion. blood. Gingerbread has for base potas- power, this energy was credited to the imsium or soap, cream has vaseline added mense belting which conveyed the power and is guaranteed to never spoil, and from the engine to the machinery in all there are plenty of preserves into which parts of the hall. These immense belts not one bit of fruit has ever entered of were one of the marvels of the show. They which they bear the name. Take a quan- were all made of leather, and thousands of tity of glucose, mix with it sulphuric people who saw them work could not realacid or amidon, give it flavor with spe- ize that they were really made of leather. cial ethers, cover the whole with a fina These belts were made for the fair and label and gain a respectable and respect- secured a special award, which is the highed fortune. est that could be given. They are known In chicory, the coffee of the poor, is as the Star Brand Dynamo belting and the found the raspings of carrots, of beans, manufacturer is L. P. Degan, 12S and 130 of glands, of torrified bread, of beet First street, San Francisco. Mr. Degan pulp, of brick dust and of ocher. Letter also made other belts, for Buckingham A in New Orleans Picayune. lleclit, Baker it Sons, and the jute mills at the State penitentiary. In every place they have been highly A Turkish Wedding. praised, but especially at the Midwinter All artistic mistress of the ceremonies, r air, where the experienced engineers conbeing congratulated on the success with sider them the finest belts they ever used. which she had managed tho details of Give to man the meat of the banana and he an English wedding, remarked impa does not care if the tkin of it kills somebody else. tiently that there had been one blot on SUKE CURB FOR FILES. the scene namely, the bridegroom. She only wished it could have been arSure cure for blind, bleeding and itching Piles. box has cured the worst cases of ten years' ranged for him and his black coat to re- One No one need suffer ten minutes after main outside in the brougham till the standing. using Kirk's German Pile Ointment. a It absorbs tumors, over. allays the itching, acts as poultice, thing was relief. Dr. Kirk's German File Ointment Had she received an invitation to a rives is prepared only for Piles aud itching of the Turkish wedding, as once by good luck private parts, and nothing else. Kvery box is did a party of English ladies, among warranted Sold by Druggists and sent by mail on receipt whom was the writer of the present of price, $1.00 per box. J. J. Mack & Co., Whole sale Agents, ban f rancisco. sketch, her wish might have been gratified, as it is quite possible to attend Use Enameline Stove Polish; no dust, no smell. such a function without even catching a passing glimpse of the crimson fez of the husband elect The latter spends the hours of his Manifests itself in hot weather in hives, bridal day in getting married to him- pimples, boils and other eruptions which the face and cause great annoyself that is, ho visits tho priest and disligure ance. The cure is found in Hood's Sarsa- the notary, takes out and signs his marHI VI ft, a riage contract, attends a religious service at the mosque, partakes of a sumptuous breakfast with his friends, and as the ceremonies cover a considerable porwhich tion of the week 1 should not bo sur- parilla makes the blood prised to hear that during tho time ho pure aud reeven goes on a wedding tour in solitndo moves all such and on his own account. London disfigurations. It also gives strength, creates au uppeluc aud Graphic. Get Hood's. invigorates the whole system. 'AB&OIJUTEI.Y PUHE "Only a Printer. "Ho- is only a printer. " Such was lvunirk of a leiulur in the sueti-i- of aristocracy tho cort&h quality. .was the Earl of Stanhope? He was only a printer. What were Prince Edward William and Prince Napoleon? Proud to call themselves printers. The present czar of Russia, the crown prince of Prussia and the Duke of Battcuburg are printers, and the emperor of China works in a private printing office almost every day. William Caxtqn, the father of English literature, was a practical printer. What were G. P. Morris, N. P. Willis, James Gale," Charles Richardson, James Parte, Horace Greeley, Charles Dickens, James Buchanan, Simon Cameron and Schuyler Colfax? Printers, all, and practical ones. Mark Twain, Amos Cummings, Bret Harte and Opie Reid are plain, practical printers, as were Artemus Ward, Petroleum V. Nasbj; and Sut Lovingood. Senator Plumb was a printer, and so is James S. Hogg of Texas, and the leader of science aud philosophy in his day made it his boast that he was a printer. In fact, thousands of the most brilliant minds in this country are to be found toiling in tho publishing houses of large cities and towns. .It is not ever' one that can be a printer brains are absolutely necessary. Century. Who-- ' Smut on Corn. Smut on the corn originates in light spores that are carried about in the atmosphere. It is said to enter the stem when the plant is young, and throughout its whole growth the fungus is growing within it, but produces but little apparent effect until about the time of earing. The smut forms oftenest on the ear, but is also found on other parts of the stalk. Corn seems to be the only crop in which smut appears long enough before maturity to admit of any treatment. The smut should be cut out as Boon as the swelling is observed and before any of the spores have burst At the time of harvesting all through. smutty ears and stalks that have been overlooked should be kept separate and destroyed, .and not be fed to stock to perpetuate the disease. The spores adhering to seed corn may be destroyed by soaking a few minutes in a solution of blue vitriol, but this will not protect against smut spores in the manure or smutty stalks left in the field. The Hair of an Artist. It may not be known that when was in this country last season he was under contract not to cut his hair. As soon as the London season was over he was shorn, and his friends say he was so eager to get to the barber and so reioiced to tret his hair cut that the power to have his own way in this matter, in fact, decided him to be his own manager. But when Paderewski actually laid hold of his own affairs it seemed, on the whole, better not to cut loose from his hair. At the last performance in London one woman feel prostrate on her face at his feet. It required tho absurdity of this woman to bring the rest of the audience to .its-- senses. While it is undeniable that Paderewski's hair has been an interesting feature, it does not seem an important factor in his career Nevertheless Paderewski returned with his halo. New York Evening Sun. Pad-erews- A $15,000 VPICK UP. Known Dnltnnfan It iff Haul A "Well ITIake a FROM THE HONDURAS NATIONAL LOTTERY DRAWING. Mr. W. II . Fruden, of Dalton, lSuys Ticket for His Wife and Makes a SI 5,000 Drawing. Dalton, Gft., June unpretentious one-stor- 18. (Special.) In a pluiu, brick building, on one of the side streets of Dalton, Ga., rnideu 5i Lyle, Insurance agents, have their office. Mr. Pruden, of the firm, is a remarkable man. He Is perhaps fifty years old, with gray mustache and beard, aud looks at you with a pair of eyes almost keen enough to read one's soul. He has the reputiition of being the best financier in button aud lias, for a number of years, been alderman ami chairman of the finance commitholds. He is tee, both of which offices he nowknow him and held iu high esteem by all who an otliee wi!hin the lor beaten has never been honors other citizens, of Dalton's Among gift conferred upon him, he was, ior quite awhile, successless had been a man. who mayor. Many ful in life, if suddenly thrown into possession of one fifth of tho capital prize of the Honduras National Lottery (LouisiimaState Lottery) would have informed the whole town or ins goon hick hpfnre night, but not so with W. H. Pruden. Outside oi the catihjer.ol" Dalton's bank not a man in town knows that he is l.uoo richer to dav than he was a month ago. The local papers tried to run down the rumor of a capital prize having been drawn by some one lu the town but lailed signally. Tim Cm.itihtlion ', correspondent, therefore, of getting much inloniiation when he asked Mr. l'rnileil if lie really had renlled: Ife Ji.Vm.pO frtfri " Nol sir; Mid not get it. I wish I had." absolute proof that you drew "But we huve the mohe' from the New Oikwis National had s small-hope- bank." I do hot dehv that, but I got it for some one else and not myself. I simply acted as agent in the matter." " Who really drew the money .hen ? " I do not care to saw", " Does the party reside' In Dalton 1" the "That, sir, docs not concern you.I didI wrote not w ant told them that lottery people and all. know Hie at used people name lottery my that got the money and that is nimcicnt. ft.I doI not mind telling yon peisonnlly almnt 4H,iil". bought for fl one in(iflb of licket, No. for .my the May drawing, '.iaM, which drew colwife, and after it drew the money ($l.'i,uw) now. bus she it lected it for her, and " What will, yiMtr wiie do with it?" " I do nht know. I supimw .ho will Invest it ill some wmv, but It is hers and I shall leave that matlt j entirely to hot." " Has sl'ie been buying tickets long ? bettiaps two.or three years. "tiff iut.d on for them for her, sending the I always secured nioitcy'uVc'et tothe company. receive the haw of her good "How did-hluck 1" " She v. as delighted; who wouldn't be"' Mr rrudeit said he did not mushier buying than dealing in futures, lottery tickets worse the only thing be and concluded bv saying that was the probable matter regretted about the ...o.iieiu- which, beini: a very retiring man, he did Dot relish. Atlanta (ia.) t'oiwtitudciu, June 1 l - l. Anxh.ns fur More Ti.il"! just henrd of a man uho s;rurk ior lontr.r houix." "Onat Scott: Who was he'.'" 'euninli'-tuste- r in a liquor store." DtllUHI. nme knows the Kvery experienced value of a remedy which without being an anodyne, will relieve sorenes of the hiubt or stillness of the joints, and enable a patient to sleep quietly ami naturally. J ut Mich a remedy are A m.cock 'a Pokoi s I'lasti-rsriac-ton the chest or on the back, if tiecesfarv cut into Mrips and iilaced over the muscles of the limbs, thev work marvels m the way of soothing and quiet-mj- r restlessness. Heine sinmle and harmless in their composition, they can be used freely, and many a sullerer has tnaiike.i tliem lor a nii;!u oi ouiet rest. grateful both to him and those who care tor linn. biNiiKETH's Tills do not weaken the bowels. Keturniiit? from the Honeymoon He (angrily) Why do people stare at us so ? She I'robahiy wondering, as we are. whv we married each caparisoned with every ornament which could be added to enhance their beauty. The driver, in a bearskin coat and cap, bearskin gauntlets, was a little sovereign in his way. No matter what tho grade was, no matter how fierce the blizzard or how deep the snow, he carried things through on schedule time. He cared nothing for snowslides or high water, and his ruling idea was that he must make the station ahead of the opposition line. In this work there were a dozen men, each with a personality of his own and all with a perfect art in their hands and their brains which made them sovereigns, and the locomotive that succeeded them did not very much increase the time which some of them made. Each had his friends, his champions; each was greatest in his sphere among a certain crowd, but they were altogether great. The like of them was never before and never will be again. Salt Lake Tribune. Hood's Pills are WW-1- liHACK Many a man is living an honest life who wouldn't if the jail were farther off. There is more Catarrh in this section of the Maries t 50. 1 FOR A In a coroner's court in London recently the following conversant, which reads as if taken directly from Dickens, occurred: "What's your name, sir?" inquired the judge. "Sam Weller, my lord," replied that gentleman. "Do you spoil it with a V or a Wr" inquired the judge. "That depends upon the taste anil fancy of tho speller, my lord," replied Sam. "I never had occasion to spell it more than oneo or twice iu my life, but I hpells it with a V." Hero a voice in the gallery exclaimed aloud: "Quito right, too, Samivcl. Put it down a we, my lord, put it down a wo." New York Press. Male Uread. It is generally supposed that the of bread n rises from its becoming stale-ties- s r.;t ually drier by the gradual loss of water, but this is not the case. Stale bread fey 1 L WILLIAMS MANUFACTURING 432 PINE ST., SAN FRANCISCO DOCTOR Pardee's Substitutes! or Gasoline t Salt Rheum, Neuralgia, ma all ofter THE ceu in. Special Features cz: M, - POSITIVE, COMPACT. POWERFUL. USES TO WHICH THE HERCULES CAN BE PUT: Druggists Bell it at $1.00 per bottle. Try it and be convinced. For sale by TWXVOIX CO., II Front St., San Francisco. g For Machinery. g For Machinery. s in Mines. For Hoisting-workKunninj; Machine Shops. Kmining Shoe Factories. Bottling Soda Water. Sawing Cord-wooRunning Churns. Sawing Lumber. Pumping Water. Running Elevators. Running Paint Mills. Running Electric Motors. For Printing Machinery. Running Sewing Machines. For Electric Light Jynamos. Freezers. Running F'or Carpet-beatin- g Machinery. 9 and .L Douglas 3 SHO EI $4.$3.5. W rV V 7 FINECALF&KANGAROII 3.P P0LICE.3 Soles. FINE. " EXTRA I. LADIES i' 'if, Ice-crea- m ADDRESS NO SQUEEAK?NG. $5. CORDOVAN, FRENCH& ENAMELLED CALR d. SEND rOR CA ALUQffc DUVWI1 Wily 4 IAJJ You onn naTO money by wrnrinir the W. Ii, Douglas $3.00 Shoe. Keen ii r, we are the Inrppst manufacturers of this gruiieof shoes in the world, and (?uarautee their name and price on tho value by 8ta'.. ,..,; t! bottom, which jiroteet you against hlh prices anl : the middleman's profits. Our shoes eual custom work In etyle, easy fit ting and wearing qualities. We have thorn old everywhere at lower prices for the value (riven than any other mako. Take no If your dealer cannot supply you, we can. Manufacturer, Sansome Street, San Francisco, Cal, A M j ( flUnrn IIHKriS Astokia. Or. I nn utu with plousnre tlmt bv the us' of MOOIIB'H KKVKALhlJ 1 RKMKDY inv litisl.nint was rclii'vcil from an M chl' uf KM KIWI ATI.S.M anil my I INFLAMMATORY KHF.IWI AT1SM when the bent I in Kintituck', Mils. X. V. btkf.i.k. 'oW 61 drunqinln. -t goo. UUIILU y.miiff.st boy niruil iiiir.lv of I. Yours could K'- did b'im no jilcictor 1 m VjBf""'!! IT IS IGNORANCE THAT WASTES EFFORT." TRAINED SERVANTS USE THE CREAT FUEL SAVER. OAS FERFK.CTKI1 AT No dirt, no ashes, no odor, no danger. method of generating and burning i(aa from petroleum nil. For heating and cooking. Fits any stove; hI.o adapted for furnaees, steam, heaters and grates. Absolutely Bate No possibility of explosion and cheaper than any other fuel. Cull aud examine, the latest Invention. Anenta wanted lu every town and county lu California, Nevada, Oregou aud Washington. For circulars, addresa HOMK-MAD- I?' ot.rv., y IM T CUUK NOTIUNf IT WOULD BK A BLESSING TO MANKIND. DIM CO. K A (.nrfeet JJruifirj.stH. mnui Diseases. The cil'ect is immediate and lasting. Two or three doses of Db. Paedbk's Kkmedi taken daily keeps the blood cool, the liver and kidnoys active, and will entirely eradicate from the system all traces of Scrofula, Salt Rheum, or any other form of blood disease. No medicine ever introduced in this country has met with such ready sale, nor given such nniversal satisfaction whenever used as that of Db. Pabdes's Remedy. Send for pamphlet of testimonials from thosb who have been cured by its use. fiORTOESTEi mtiom Blood and Workmanship the very best. It is a positive cure for all those Painful Always Ready, a boy can start them. Delicate Complaints and complicated No double or false explosions. troubles and Weaknesses common among They Oil Themselves. our Wives, Mothers and Daughters. Cream Balm.Rif'i Ely'siSTtl Tlllfl N'hUTUitit at) FOK Scrofula, Rheumatism, by using A f'I'I.V HaI.U Price Regulatorof the Liverand Kidneys A SPECIFIC drufgut Save Money, Time and Trnnhle and Cure CATARRH foe CALKINS ELECTRIC OIL BURNER Oil. AU ReMf, THE GREAT CURE CO., Prop'rs., A PALMER & REY TYPE FOUNDRY, contains almost exactly the same proOf Milwaukee, Wis. portion of water as new bread after it lias become completely cold. Thechange is merely iu tho internal arrangements Is Independent of the Insurof the molecules of the bread. A proof of i;s is that, if we put a stale loaf into ance Union, a el )m lv covi red tin, expose it for half , ... V I. And nmkci lis own fire lnnmniice rniis. Fur t.tl l."iir "T an unui 10 a iic.ii ihil caccou-ii.- g or loenl auonricn, aidy to lieo. V. insurance al(hat of boiling water and then Turner, Milliliter, Ivo. 8.'2 Montgomery Sireet, will restored in be it cool, it io lowing Kan Friineiseo, Cal. aini' uniiice and properties to tho state of S. F. N. U. No. 633. New Keriea No. 32 I the new bread. Brooklyn Lagle. J Goldberg;, Bowen & Lebenbaura Bean-cleanin- This nourishing, palatable food restores a healthy color, enriches the blood and tones up the whole system. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. bowne, K. Y. YOU MAY BC PAYING THIRTY PtH CENT. TOO MUCH FOR VOUH SUPPLIES. SCNO USORDCRS BY MAIL. PRICCS ON EVCRYTHI NO TO EAT, DRINK, SMOKE ANO COOK WITH IN OUR MONTHLY CATALOGUE, THE LARGEST IN THE WORLD. FREE. SENS POSTAL. MENTION THIS PAPER. VESTIBULE TRAINS. ELEGANT DINING CARS. oieveiana, uuio. caa Emulsion A GROCERIES THE BEST LINE Wood-workin- Scott's Don't he deceived Big Four Route ngines CURE. er I.umml; Diseiises.evei'einnes lTfinaturenesH and prepares all for marring life's duties, pleasures and responsibilities; fi trial bottle given or sent free to any one describing symptoms; call or address 400 Cieary Bt., private entrance 4io Mason St., San Francisco. SO, YOU WILL FIND THE IF Gas Anasmia Prepirtd bj Scott ln igorator the greatest remedy for Seminal Weakness, Loss of Manhood and I'rivate ercules per package. Samples free. The Favorite I00?H 11 W for the Teeth and fireaui.c. Cod-liv- mm TRAVEL? vate and Wasting Diseases. nr. ana Constipation. VTfS the Cream of Special Doctors for Chronic, Pri- INDIGESTION 405-40- Pickwick Revived. HtiTe cured thouH&nds of caws. Cure canea pronounced hopeless by beat physicians. From first dose symptoms aiipoar; in urn iUn at leatit all symptoms removed. Send for f roe book testimonials of tnnaeulouB cures. Ten days' treatment free by mail. U yu older trial, send lOc. in Btauts or pay postage. 1k. II. II. Gkkkn & Kon.i, Atlanta, Ua. If you order trial return this advertisement to us. -- depleted blood. The blood lacks richness and the cheeks lack color, The whole system lacks the nourishment of Is TRKATKD HIKE, ronltlvely Cored With Vegetable) Remedies. 1 NOT RO PS Y D Dr. LIEBIG & CO. fl.OO. Try Germea for Breakfast. $1.00 Tfrt ILU likely to fasten Ukui you. You should build yourself up with Dr. Pierce's Guillen Medical Discovery. Purify and enrich tha Mood, rouse every organ into natural .action, and build up healthy, wholesome, necessary flesh. Ocean Port, N.J. Iir. R. V. Pikhcb: TarSirVts have used your " G.M.I)." in our family and rind nothing else to equal it. One of our children Lad the pneumonia, and one lumr become consolidated, but by tho use of ttie "Discovery" she has entirely recovered, and is now iu good health. L"0 Anaureeable Laxative und NERVE TON 10, Bold by Druggistsor sent by mail. 25c..60c, and dangerous diseases are Si ii't IT WILL half-ton- Big Four Route. A FEW A Cfl copper producing ameled, aud fine zlnco- graph printing plates. With the best photographic apparatus, powerful electric light and superior special machinery, lonsr exnerienee and su perior artists, the highest class of nearlv all kinds of engraving is doue at moderate prices. Publishers getting up special editions, job printers and others should send for samples, estimates and further information. A. T. LeVK V, Mau- agar, 2M Market St., tean Francisco, Cal. Consumption, Pneumonia, and other !Scrofulous and country than all other diseases put together QUICK TIME. and until the last few years was supposed to be Ask for Tickets via incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to eure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. D. B. MARTIN, E. 0. McCORMICK, Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitu- Pass. Trallie Manager. Geu'l Pass. & Tkt. Agt. tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manuCINCINNATI. factured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally iu doses from 10 drops to a Dr' Williams' ludlan Pile It acts directly on the blood and Ointment w ill cure Blind, teaspoonful. mucous surfaces of the system. They oiler one Bleeding, aud Itching Piles. hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. absorbs the tumors, allays Send for circulars and testimonials. Address at once, acts as a poulF. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, 0. tice, gives instant relief. Dr. WiSold by druggists, 7,ie. lliams' Indian File Ointment is prepared for Piles and Itching of the private Just why the prettiest girls stay off of bicycles 1 parts. Every box is warranted. By drugis one of tiie uutathoniables. gists, bv mail on receipt of price, ftOc. and Sarsa-pariil- 3-- (Established in IH77) - Have the latest Improve ments and secret processes for TDK NKKVIC9. Sedatives and oniates won't do it. These nervines do not make the nerves strong, and IMiuna to do this fails short of producing the essential of their niiietude-viao- r. And while iu extienie cases and these oulv oi nervous irritution such drugs may be advisable, their frequent Use is highly prejudicial to the delicate organism upon w hich they aid, and in order to renew their quieting etlect increased and dangerous doses eventually become necessary, llosn.'iter's stomach Hitters is au etlicient substitute for such pernicious drugs. It quiets the nerves by bracing, toning, strengthening them. The connection between weakness of the nervous system aud that of the organs of digestion is a strong and sympathetic link. 1 he bitters, by imparting a bealihlul impulse to the digestive and assimilating functions, promotes throughout the whole system a vigor in which the nerves come in for a large slime. Use the llitttrs in malaria, constipation, bilious aud kidney trouble. prompt and elllcient. ' i and Standard Firm is impoverished, and your orpins deranged, so that whatever you eat fails to properly nourish you. And just as loii; as you remain in this condition, other. 'VifrrbaVBVlV Stafte Drivers of Farly Days, Speaking of stage drivers reminds ono of the glory of stages, which reached its. crowning point when rival hues ran be tween Sacramento and Virginia, Nev. Six magnificent horses to each coach, the coaches the finest possible, the horses This Pioneer if you're petting thin. It shows that vour blood Til K MUSK'S Impure Blood 0000 s IT GIVES WARXIXO that there's trouble ahead A CALKINS' ELECTRIC BURNER COMPANY PACinc Coast Agkncy, 622 Larkln Street, San FranoUco. 4'ALinm ittvri and nocinlo lununor A sift use for I'ifto'flCure IwuohJvvo It has cored IhotiMitnil. It has not Injur et t one.. It tn nut hurl to take. It the nt'stcouKh ynip. Sold everywhere, c w on IT DOES .MOKE. IT RELIEVES KIDNEY, LIVER. AND BLADDER TROUBLES. ETMA MINERAL WATER 103 Drumm Street, San Francisco. COPAY Telephone 53G.