a veterafTverdict. The War s Over. A Well-known Soldier, Correspondent and Journalist Makes a Disclosure. Indiana contributed her thousands of brave soldiers to the war, and no state bears a better record in that respect than it does. In literature it is rapidly acquiring an envlable place. In war and literature Solomon Yewell, well known as a writer as "Sol," has won an honorable position. During the late war he was a member of Co. M 2d. N. Y. Cavalry and of the 13th Indiana Infantry Volunteers. Regarding an important circumstance he wrltes as follows: "Several of us old veterans here are using Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, Heart Cure and Nerve and Liver Pilis, all of them giving splendid satisfaction. In fact, we have neve: used remedies that compare with them. O the Pilis we must say they are the best eom bination of the qualities required in a prep aration of their nature we nave ever known We have none out words of praise for them They are the outgrowth of-a new principie in medicine, and tone up the system wonder fully. We say to all, try these remedies.1 -Solomon Yewell, Marión, Ind., Dec. 5, 1892. These remedies are sold by all druggists on a positivo guarantee, or sent direct by the DrVMiles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.. on re eetpt of price, tl per bottle, six bottles Ï5, ex press prepaid. They positively contaia neithe opiates nor dangerous drugs. Sold bv Drugrglsts Rvprywhere. Don't Tobacco Spit or Smoke your Life Away Ie the trut h tul. startllng titleof a litUe hooi that lells all a bout No-to-bae. the wonderfu] harmless OuaranUed tobáceo habit cure. The oost is trilling: and the man who wants to qui and cati't runs no physical or financial risk in usIiik "No-to-bao. Sold by ail drupglstg. Book at Drnï Stores bymall freo. Ad dress The Sterling Remedy C'., ludían: ít eral Springt, faj.