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Savannah News: Down in Houston
county there is an ancient village
called Old Wilner. It was nee Un
ol. I county 3ite. While it was in its
most prosperous days there was a big
echo there, and there came a teachef
from ihe North to take charge of the
ftcadi my. His name was Mo re. Du
ring- !iis residence there he lost his wifc
whom he loved very dearly. He hac
her buried in the old burying grounr
of Wilner, and out of hi3 meagre fund?
hiv erected a marble tombstone at tin
head of h^r grave. As ft was locatei
in the wild wood as cemeteries genera!
ly were then, it was a favorite hunting
ground for the juvenile population
Thus it came about that the half ob
literated epitaph appears to-day, cut
deep in the mossy stone: "Boys, Don't
Shoot Birds' Arou.,d Martha's rave.'
The rmrne Martha Anna Moore, with
date of birth and death, appear above
It is a curious epitaph, and as none of
the family live in this country, it is tht
only bit of history left concerning the
old teachei? and his wife.
The Funereal Month of March.,
An obsqryant metropolitan barber says
that ho can, j.e]i one's physical condition by
the slate of the" hair 1
The Bible tSlls us that with his hair gone
."Sainton lost his strength. The Roman*,
considered baldness a serious affliction and
Juiius Caesar was never quite satisfied witb
Ihiruseif because his poll was bare.
The face, however, is the open book and
one can readily trace in its various oxprea
sions, lines, changes and complexion the
state of the.system.
The eye that is unusually bright and yex
has a pallid brightness, the face- upon
whose cheeks nature paints arose of BIS
,gular beauty and flush, moremarked in con
trast wilh the alabaster appearance of the
forehead and nose and lower part of the
face, is one of those whom the skilled phy
sician will tell you will some day dreao
the funereal month of March, because
is then that consumption reaps its richest
harvest. Consumption they tell us is causeo
by thi3, that and the other thing, by mi
crobe3 in the air, by micro-organisms in
tho blood, by deficient nutrition, by a thou
sandand one tilings, butwhatever thecause,
decay begins with a cough and the remedy
that will effectually stop the cause of thai
cough cures the disease of the lungs.
Taut is all there is of it.
The cough i3 an evidence of a wasting.
To stop it effectually, a remedy must be
used that will search out the a..se, re
move that and then heal the lung- and do
away with the cough. This is the power,
special to itself, possessed alone by War
ner's Log Cabin Cough and Consumption
remedy. This is no new-fangled notion of
narcotics and poisons, but an old-fash
ioned preparation of balsams, roots and
herbs, such as was used by our ancestors
nuiuy years ago, the formula of which has
been secured exclusively by the present
manufacturers atgreat trouble andexpense
It ia not a more cold dryer. It is a system
searcher and upbuilder and a consumption
expeilant. Where others fail, it wins, be
cause it gets at the constitutional cause and
removes it from the system.
J. W. Hensaw of Greensboro, Pa., on Jan.
15, 1833, reported that "he had derived
more real benefit for the length of time,,
from Warner's Log Cabin Cough and Con
sumption remedy than he had for yeart
from the best state physicians."
If you iiiive a cough, night sweats, posi
tive assurance in your own mind that
you, ohyou, have no consumption,''
and yet lose, flesh, appetite, courage, a&
your lungs waste away, you may know thai
soon the funereal month of March will
claim you, unless promptly and faithfully
you use the article named. If other rem
edies have failed try this one thoroughly.
If others are oifered, insist the moreoit
trying this imequaled preparation.
Some persons are prona to consumptior
and they should never allow the disease to
THE prop her study of mankind is how to
support a wile.Critic.
D'.HU .trous Failure!
W can mention no failure more disas
trous than that of physical energy. I in
volves the partial suspension of the digest
ive and assimilative processes, and entail*
the retirement from business of the liver
and kidneys. Only through the good officer
of Hostettor's Stomach Bitters can the re*'
tovaiion of its former vigorous status bo
hoped o' When this aid has been secured
a resumption of activity in the stomach, livei
and bowels may be relied upon. The Bitten
conquers malarial and kidney troubles.
'TOMM Y, my eon, what is longitude?*'
"A telegraph' w.re, papa." "Prove ft my
son "Because its retches iiom pole to
EVERT lady should read advertisement ot
Nat'l Medical Dispensing Co., in this paper
THEBB were wrestlers in the old cMvalric
S'lys, or else how conld a knight throw
down the gauntlet? Texas Sifting*.
I afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water.Druggists sellitS5c.
A NOVELTY for fashionable luncheona
Cheap Excursions South.
.The Illinois Central R. R. will run excur
sions to Jackson, Tenn., Jackson, Miss.,
Aberdeen, Miss., Hammond, La., Crowley,
La., Jennings, La., Welch, La., Lak*
Charles, La., and points in Arkansas ano
Texas at one limited fare for the round
trip on March 6 and 20, April 3 and 24, Mav
8 and 22 and June 5th. For full particular:
and information address F. B. BOWES
General Northern Passenger Agent, 12
Randolph Street, Chicago, or J. F. MERBT
General Western Passenger Agent, Man
MOST people negJect the eyes," says
medical paper but very few negle"t the I
were the exact number shipped during th.
short, dull month of November, 1887, Ly th
largest mail order cigar house the rld
namely, R. W. Tansill & Co., Chicag-
"YBUSoCDin your dress?" aslred the
school-teacher of a tramp. "X Qs me,
mum," replied he "I drank 2XS."Pitt*
he Case Stated.Jan'y 17th, i83. Mean
George C. Ofrgood & Co., druggists, Lowell
Mass., wrote to the undersigned as follows
'Mr. Lewis Dennis, No. 136 Moody street
wishes to recommend St. Jacob* Oil. ant
desires especially to say that
"OWN ROBINSON, of Grantville, Mass., i
boy of 12 years, came to his house in th.
mtmmerof 1881 walking on crutches, hi?
left leg being bent at the knee for over tw
months, and could not be bent back. Mr
Dennis had some St. Jacobs Oil inthe house
and gave it to him to rub on his knee. Ir
six days he had no use for his crutches, anc
went home' well without them, as ha ha
been ever since."
Corroborative and Conclusive Testimony
Lowell, Mass., July 9,1887.Gentlemen
Mr. Lewis Dennis has just called upon me
and informs me that the boy OrinRt.binson
who was a poor cripple on crutches, anc
was cured by St. Jacobs Oil in 1881 the
cure has remained permanent. The younc
man has been and is now at work atmanual
labor thecase certainly proves theefficacy oJ
|3t. Jacobs Oil.Dr. GEO. 0. OSGOOD, M. D.
Soli By Druggists and Dealen Eteryvher*.
W CHMUvf A, yocpujy QQ.tMttmtt.tu.
Circumstances Threatening to Air. Cleve
The Democracy of Indiana waa ever
famous for doing the wrong thing at
the wrong time nor has its right hand
yet forgotten its unlucky cunning. So
long as Mr. Cleveland appeared to be
an unavoidable necessity the Indiana
Democracy denounced him heartily,
and "rahed'" for -Hill till the brass
began to wear off its lungs. Now that
it is certain that Mr. Cleveland has
powerful rivals, and possible that he
will not get the vote of his own State
in conventi.n, the Indiana Democracy
is rending its throat with "rah fortimes,
Grover!" Senator Morton once said
that the Indiana Democrats were like
onto men sitting with their backs to
the engine on a very fast train.
first glimpse they get of any thing is
when it is a-mile out of reach." This
witty prognosis of Democratic infirm
ity is as true to-day as on the day when
it was made, ^g|^
Nor is it true of Indiana'alone? The
Hoosier Democrats have carried them
selves from the Hill to the Cleveland
circus, and have insisted that Isaac P.
Gray shall be deputy ringmaster for
the next season .but -in truth all the
ultra Democrats, all the Calhoun- Javis
remnants have recently passed from
Hill to Cleveland's tent. The very
men who were but-lately condemning
Mr. Cleveland's mugwumpery and pro
fessions of-liberality are now hailing
him as chief of the reactionists, while
Mr. Hill is transformed from the idol
of the Bourbons into-the hope of the.
progressive Democrats. Indiana and
Kentucky are going for Cleveland, just
as New York and Alabama seem to be
getting ready to support Hill. W
Four contradictory forces unite to
threaten Mr. Cleveland's- renominar
tion enlightened selfishness, unen
lightened selfishness, conscience, cor
ruption. Enlightened selfishness is
moving Alabama, East and West Vir
ginia, Tennessee, and, in some de
gree, Georgia, to the support of a
policy which taxes imports and lets
home products go duty free that
raises revenue by protection rather
than by oppression of home industries
it is a force that has been set in mo
tion by the President's message, and
it is a force that is more friendly to
Hill than to Cleveland. Unenlightened
selfishness demands "the head of
John the Baptist in a charger," in
stant decapitation of Republicanism
wherever found in a postal or other
departmental office, no matter how
much the service may suffer by the
removalof a skilled and substitution
of an untrained officer this force
resents Cleveland's pretentions to
mugwumpery, and approves Hill's open
adhesion to the spoils doctrine. Con
science rebukes the mugwumps who
were deceived by Mr. Cleveland's pre
tensions. It is a force working against
the President, though not in favor of
any Democratic rival it is a force
urging the mugwumps to renounce an
unnatural alliance. Corruption itself
protests against the Presidential pre
tense of honesty. "The friends of Coy
are asking why the President encour
aged prosecution of frau in Indiana
and rewarded the agents of fraud in
Maryland and New York.
But, for all these things, it is likely
that Cleveland will be the nominee of
the next convention it is not nearly so
certain as it seemed a while ago, but
still it is a probability. It is not prob
able, however, that a candidate so evi
dently a creature of compromise and
necessity as Mr. Cleveland must be, will
be, supported by more than perfunctory
service.from a large number of his
nominal adherents. Chicago Inter
Danger Lurking In the Bill Submitted by
A dispatch from Washington says
that nothing is to be done for Dakota
by this Congress that will permit its
Electoral vote to be cast in the next
Presidential campaign. Dakota has
600,000 population, entitling it, if itr
were a State, to two United States Sen
ators, four Congressmen, and six votes
in the next Electoral College. It cast
98,000 votes for delegates to Congress,
while Florida cast 59,000 votes and
But the case is even worse as to the
great States of the South, where the
colored vote is suppressed. Georgia,
with 102,000 votes at the last election,
has ten members of Congress. Missis
sippi, with 120,000 votes, has seven
members of Congressbut Mississippi
is no guide as to population and rep-in
resenta ion, as its franchise is conduct
ed on the Mississippi plan. Perhaps
the case of South Carolina is more to
the point, as it has seven members of
Congress and a popular vote, as count
ed, of 91,000, against the 98,000 of Da
kota. Dakota is entitled to admission
on its own merits, or is not entitled to
admission at all. It should come in fair
ly, fully, for its population and its
value as a commonwealth, or it should
Since the dispatch was issued saying
that Dakota would not be admitted in
time to affect the next Presidential
election, the Democrats in Congress
have proposed, by one act, to admit
flour Territories as StatesDakota,
New Mexico, Montana and Washing
ton. It" is possible that all these Ter
ritories ought to be admitted as States,
but they should be admitted separate
ly, as to the right of each to become
a State not by an omnibus bill,
huddling them all into the Union
together, without regard to their
separate claims, their rights and the
eligibility of each for Statehood. The
Democrats have modestly and gracious
ly abstained from demanding that
Utah shall be included in their omni
It may be true, as claimed by Demo
crats, that the proposition, as' regards
party advantage, is a fair one. Dakota
is Republican. New Mexico, from the
excess of its "greaser" population,
is Democratic, Montana and Wash
ington are close and doubtful. But
Dakota has a clear right to admission,
and its right should not be debased by
collusion with other measures or any
false or true calculation of political
possibilities. The Missouri Compro
mise, by which Missouri was admitted
as an offset for Michigan, was dis
astrous. There should be no such ad-
mission of States fh the future, by any
metho/ls of bargain and compromise*
EacbJState should come by itself, not
as tire satellite of another.Chicago
CABBAGE AND TARIFF.
What Would the Result I Free
Traders Were to Have Their Way.
Twenty cents a head for cabbage,
and a small head at that, is just now
a Pittsburgh experience. The cab
bage comes from Germany, nature hav
ing left America with a short crop last
year. This is not an important mat
ter, this ingrvof paying -four or five
the ordinary price of cabbage,
but it affords an excellent indication
and illustration Of what would be the
result were the "ultra revenue re
formers to have 'their way. Suppose
that instead of nature spoiling the
output of an article" of necessity, or
partial necessity, the artifice of the
false political economists were to do
this. Suppose that the free-trader
kills the output oftrails, for instance,
what price, think you, would Ameri
cans be compelled to pay for railsP
Four or five times the present price, as
for cabbage, or only double? It would
not matter to the seller whether nat
ure or some other cause were back of
the reduction of production, there
would be as high price exacted as could
Take wool.' The higher tariff on
wool, built up agricultural districts.
Washington County, Pa., and North
western Ohio were thus built but'
with the wool crop a failure
through revision" of the tariff,
and prices at or below the cost of
production, the farmers of these two
regions were left with comfortable im
provements (gained by a protective
tariff), plenty of land that is not fertile
enough to make a living off,, and no
means-of making "both ends meet"
Petroleum came to their rescue, but it
has not favored similarly hundreds of
other regions. The "tariff for revenue
only" theorists and cdrruptionists
have ruined the sheepfolds as effective
ly as that blizzard the other day in
Texas destroyed whole flocks. And
just as effectively as in this case would
the free traders kill the manufacturing
industries, and then just as facilely
would their folly advance prices to
consumers as in the matter of the
humble and odorous cabbage. Nation
al Labor Tribune.
TO GERMAN LABORERS.,
One of Their Papers Tells Them What
Party to Support.
The working-men should not forget
that they must choose between free
trade and protection, which insures
them higher wages and develops
American industries. If they vote
with the Democratic party they vote
for free trade, and consequently fOr
lower wages. The votes of the Ger
man working-men form the balance of
political power between the two par
ties. If the "fleshpots" of^ America
have caused them to forget their pov
erty in the past, let them remember
the toilers whom they have left behind
in Germany, who _- toil and strug
gle day after day, yet scarcely
earn the necessaries of life for
wife and children, and, in ad
dition, are oppressed and (axed to
the utmost extent of their, meager
wages. Theirs is a hard and bitter lot.
We can not alter the condi
tion of affairs in Europe, but we can
keep them from our shores America
shall remain an-, asylum for the op
pressed working-man, where he can
call his hearth his own, and where he
can become a well-to-do, honored and
free citizen. The German working
man of America must now do his part
to secure these blessings. He must
understand the handwriting on the
wall now, before events have become
irrevocable. He must vote with the
right party, if he desires to improve his
condition (and in this opulent country
his coiiditioa can be improved). That
party -is the Eopublieatf party, the
party that liberated 4,000,000 of slaves,
and who are now again to the fore
with the battle cry of protection.
Again we say the working-man has the
choice Democracy and free trade oi
Republicanism and protection!N. Y.
NOTES OF* THE DAY.
aide's letter hurts the "mug
wumps. They have no excuse for be
ing Democrats now, save pure cussed
fi^-This country can not continue
with an impure or a suppressed.ballot
certain parts any more than it could
have continued half free and half
ASS^-Hon. Will Cumback, of Indiana,
gives the popular reading of Mr.
Blaine's letter: "I regard that letter
as a fine presentation of the situation,
BO clear and distinct as to inspire faith'
and hope and courage."Chicagp In
ter Ocean. 1
g^ Never since the war has there
been so hopeful an outlook for a pure
Republican Administration as to-day.
Never could the mugwumps so easily
and successfully unite with us their
efforts at making the party we both
love all that it should be.Buffalo Ex
jBSP*The question as to Phil Sheri
dan's birthplace never came up while
he was fighting in the field. Several
persons about that time were too busy
wishing he had never been born at all
to care whether he was born in Ire
land, New York or Ohio.Chicago\
Coand tn M3ML.
A muscular-looking woman, with a
fighting jaw* stopped an officer on
Brush street yesterday and! asked him
the way to the Recorder's Court./ He
gave- her the directed and asked her if
she was in trouble.
"Yes a man has slandered me^\and
I want to get out a warrant."
Two hours later the same officer met
the same woman' on^Lafayette street
"Well, did you find the Recorder's
"No, si r, butl found the man!" she
promptly replied and beckoning bim
down to the alley, she pointed to a
to a heapof somethingagamst^heience.
}Theofficer went down and poked it
with, his baton, and it proved to be
an oldish man, bald on top of his head
and extremely long in the waist:
face was covered with blood and
scratches his ear was bleeding, and
one eye was closing as he looked up
and said: "Don't hit me again! I told
you five minutes ago I was a licked
Look out tor cuntarfpits! See that you
gef.tbe genuine Dr. Bull's Congo. Syrup1
i not let the dealer ell you some '-just us
good'' but insist upon getting the genuine
with the Bull's Head trade mark-'on the
DTHB impecunious man in need of gum
shoes it not opposed to a rubber trust.Bal
A Dude, a beantitu1-tight-trousered
slippe on a loose t-tohe and bruised its
dainty ankle. Theget tie patient is doing
welL He uses alvation Oil.
MEW are too much inclind to accept a
pretty woman athexface vaxue.lexa tfif'L
Purify the BJL904
By taking Allen's "iron Tonic Bitters." the
If: eat blood purifier, liver tti-i orator, ap
etizer and genera system rejuvenato
ttis .he best in the worlds All genuine
oear siguature of J. Allen, S P^ul,
IF a ship arrives in port a second late
Don't hawk, and blow, and spit, but use
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Reme y.
I yon want to know what a sliding scale
is try to handle a Wet fish.Boston Com
Better than a Hero.
hat a coward that Major Smith is,"
said Jones to Robinson, "why the verv sight
gun-powder would make im ill." BUw
did he ever manage to become an officer in
the army''? "Don't say anything against
Smith," answered Robinson, "tie ence
saved my life" Saved your life! Non
3 nse. impossible! What do vou mean"?
"I mean th hi the first stages of con
sumption I was losingstrength nd vitali
ty every day wit 1 toe terxitle ~diseas
when bmith advisedraeto take Dr. Fierce'*
Gk en .ft. edic 1 liscovery. I ha:' tried all
kinds of medicine without success, and inv
physician had given me no hope yet here
I am, as well as ever a man was. and I owe
my life to Smi h* a to the wonderful
remedy he recommended.'
THE boofblack deserves to succeed His
gets right down to husinesa.Burlington
A Young Girl's Grief
at seeing her charms of'face and form de
parting, and her he lthimperile- by fu
tioual irregularities, at her critical pe-io
of 1 was turned to joy and- gratitude
after a brie sel -treatment withDr. Pierce'
HavoritePr* cription. It puriri nd en
riched er t-h oJ. gave-a uealsby nctivi
to the kidneys, stonach, bowels, and ther
oraaris, and her return to robust healtv
sp e-iily followed. It i .the
.or wo i:en. s.ld by drugg sts, un
itive guarantee ir the manufacturers,
rhat itwii iv vsati faction in very case,'
ormon illvbe refunded. is guaran
tee has en printed on the Lo. t'e-wrapper,
and faithfully carried out for many years.
The water in whicii codfih has been
soskert is very .good for washing the s.nc
under the stove.
Piso's Cure for Consumption is the "best
Cough Medicine. If you don't believe it,
take a dose. By druggists, 25c. a bottle.
For The Nervous
ORB 3 Nervoug Prostration.NervousHead.
che.Neuralgia, Nervous Weakness,
.Stomach and Liver Diseases, and all
affections of (he Kidneys.
AS A NERVE TONIC, It Strengthens
and Quiets the Nerves. "^swiens
AS AN ALTERATIVE, It Purines and
Enriches the Blood.
A LAXATIVE, It acts mildly, but
surely, on the Bowels.
A8 A DIURETIC. It Regulates the Eld.
neys and Cures their Diseases.
Price $1.00. Sold by druggists. Send for circulars.
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Proprietor*
JJ"* The principal business of the
First Assistant Postmaster-General is
to remove and appoint country post
masters. Since this Administration
came in one incumbent of the office
has died, and now another is said'to
be broken down. The labor of dis
pensing rations to an arniy of hungry
Democrats is very exhausting./TI
dianapolis Journal^^&^i.' ~WJ
AST When Mr. Blaine had an attack
of sun-stroke in Washington "his ene
mies boldly asserted that it was a care
fully-planned political coup. If he
were to die to-morrow there would be
carping critics ready to distrust the
news and to suspect him of duplicity
and dexterity in imposing upon the
American people by inventing a bogus
account of his own funeral. Your
rabid Blaine-hater stops at nothing.
X. T. Tribune,
E "MA RKETOS,^
NEW YOKK, March 14.
LIVE STOCKCattle $i CO & 31-
Sheep 3 60 6 00
Hogs 6 50 5 80
FLOUKGood To Choice 8 50 5 OJ
Patents I.. .-.1..?... 4 50 4 90
WHEATNo. 2Re:\...-?, Q\% ^1%
No. 2 Spring 88 91
CORN 59.T& 62
OATSNo. 2 White r' 40 .& 4o
RYEW-stern G9 75
PORK.-x.less 14 73 fola 4
LARDSteam 7 65 8 05
CHEESE 11J& 12J4
WOOLDomestic 22 & 37
BEEVESShipping Steers.... 60 5 TO
Texans 2 00 3 25
Cows 225 3 35
Stackers 2 45 2 80
Butcatrs' Stock 3 10 8 80
Inferior Cattle 2 00 3 25
HOGS-LiveGood to Choice.. 5 10 5 53
SHEEP sm 5 80
BUTTERCreamery 14 29
Good to Choice Dairy 14 23
EGGSFresh 133S 14
FLOURW.nter 8 9u & 4 20
Spring 3 40 420
Patents 4 00 4 35
GRAINWheat, No. 2.., 75 78Vi
Com, No. 2..,.. 6&?< 50?
Oats.No.2-. 80tf:& 31*
Rye, No. 2..., :...:\rt 5ft 62
Barley. No.2 *-.4,,.l, 70 80
BROOM CORN V,!"
Self-working...:...^'....i 8 & 3%
Two New Orleans young ladies who
find it suddenly necessary to-work for
a living have' opened a dairy and sell
milk. They have a sweet little cart,
and every., morning bright and early
may be seenMriving down the avenue
behind their bright tin cans and pails.
There is-no better field of. work -ior a
Southern woman than that offered
by the dairy and poultry business, by
vegetable gardening and small fruit
farming, and byT floriculture.Pic
A^&Bt*. f,"?':. Rheumatism, Neuralgia
Swellings, laBTKeek i Brafe
go, Plenrlsr, Bores, FprwWrttea,
Backache, Ouins^fiore TbroS
Sciatica, Wounds, .JHeadache.
Toothache. Bpiains. etc fttee
L25cts. a^botHeTsold fey
vin?^Salvatfon Oil bears our
fwMhmle stenature. A 0. Meyer &
Proprietors. Baltimore, Md., V. 8. A.
DR. BOLL'S COOGH SYRUP
Forthe cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarse
55 Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis.
Whooping Cough, Incipient Con
sumption, and for the relief of con
sumptive persons in advanced stages
of the Disease. For Sale by all Drue*
gists. Priceras cents.
"Wholly unlike artificial systems.
Any book learned In one reading.
Classes of IQgy at Baltimore, IQQR
FTJLL, DESCBIPTIO N
WITH PLANS and SPECI
flcations sent FREE. Building and Ma
chinery for making a thousand pounds
butter, or less per. day, costs less than $ ,800.
CHA8 PJILtARD & %*%gg23S?lS&
3-NA1IETHI8 PAPER Sfsry n jrou write.
CATARRH IN THE HEAD.
SYMPTOMS OW THE JttlSEASEr-Dull, heavy headache,
obstruction of the nasal passages, discharges falling1
head into the throat, sometimes profuse, watery, and acrid, at
others, thick, tenacious,.mucous, purulent, bloody and putrid
the eyes are weak: there is ringing in the ears, deafness, hacking
or coughing to clear the throat, expectoration of offensive mat
ter, together with scabs from ulcers the voice is changed and
has a nasal twang" the breath is offensive: smell and taste
impaired there is a sensation of dizziness, with mental depres
sion, a hacking cough and
Crooked :i".**- IMS 2*4
POTATOES (bu.) 75 10 0
PORKMess. 1+05 14 25
LARDSteam 7 65 7 75
Common dressed siding.... 20 00 @21 00
Flooring -..u.,.. 32 00. ft 34
Common boards 12 90 @13 0
Fencing 10 50 13 50
Lath 200 2 10
Shingles....: 2 10 2 25'
CATTLE...., 15 00 5 25
Fair to good-. 4 81 49 4 SO
HOGSYorkers 5 40 6 50
Philadelphtas 5 70 5 80
SHEEPBeet ..-4 75 5 00
Common 3 00 46 8 50
CATTLE-Best 14 75 5 00
HOGS ^.-.....IJ A 7*50
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which complicate catarrh are diseases or the lining mucous mem
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A a local application for healing the diseased condi
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I is mild and pleasant to use, producing no smarting
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fianies so many cases of catarrh, thus affording great comfort
hose who suffer from'this disease.
The Golden Medical Discovery Is the natural
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not only cleanses, purities, regulates, and build*
up the system to a healthy standard, and con
quers throat, bronchial, and lung complications,
when any such exist, but, from its speciflo
effects upon the lining membrane of the nasal nassages, it aids
materially in restoring the diseased, thickened, or ulcerated mem
brane to a healthy condition, and thus eradicates the ^'^fliw.
When a cure is effected in this manner it is permanent.
Both Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and Dr Sage's
Catarrh Remedy are sold by druggists th? world over. Discovery
$1.00, six bottles for $5.00. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy GO cents:
half-dozen bottles $2.50.
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.gland or tissue escaping their sanative influence.
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