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THE RICHM OND CLIMAX
VOLUME XL RICHMOND, lYIADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1897. NUMBER 23.
Dr. Miles' Nervine
A REMEDY FOR THE
Effects of Tobacco.
rI!E excessive cso of tobacco, csicclally
1 T young men Injurious and
undoubtedly shortens llfo materially.
Mr. Ed. C Ebsen, compositor on tho Contra-Costa
JTetr. Martinez. CaL, writes; "I havo
nsod Dr. Miles Restorative Kerrlno and received
much benefit from it. I ysss troubled
with nervousness, dirty spells and sleeplessness,
caused by tho use of tobacco and stimulants.
I took Dr. Miles Nervine with
good results, allaying tho dlniness,
quieting the nerves, and enabling mo to
sleep and rest, proving in lay case a very
beneficial remedy . Dr. Miles Ecstorativo
Ncrvlno is especially adapted to restoring
the nervous system to Its normal condition
under such circumstances. It soothes, heals
Dr. Miles' Bemedles Dr."
are-sold by all -. .c
under a positive n miles'
guarantee, first bottle tervinej
benefits or money refunded.
Boole on diseases
of the heart and
serves free. Address,
DB. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elihart, Ind.
JI1SS Jlll'KKl) (SUCIIEN'.
jS()fficf adjoining A .R BurnanCt.
RICHMOND, - - Kkntccky.
Office in the Burnam Building, next door to
Farmer's National Bank.
. S. MOBURLEV.
DURNAtA t MOBERLEY.
KICHSIOND, - - - KENTUCKY.
OrncE in Burnam Building, recently
pied by A. It. Burnam.
KICIIMOXD, - - KENTUCKY.
over Taylor's Hardware store,
Court House, on Main Street.
II. B IIOUCJ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
IIMONI), - -
Office No. 13 First St., up stairs 31-30
(iUANT E LILLY,
IlllllM'iMl, - - Kextucky.
Office S. T. corner Main and Second
streets up htaii. "Will practice in all
the courts, of Madison and adjoining
counties and Court of Appeals.
J.C. & D M. G1IENADLT.
A TTORNEYS A T LA W,
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Office on Second street, over
DR. JOHN M. FOSTER,
BiciiMoxn, ... Kextccky
Telephone at office and residence. V
DR. II. R. GIBSON,
' YSICIANAND SURGEON,
Richmoxi). ..- Kentucky.
Oifice in the Jce Cc.lins building, 8 and to Second
Street, oer Wane ..old drugstore.
I ETERINARY SURGEON,
Graduate Ontario Veterinary College.
Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty.
Office np ttair over New York Store, corner
Main and First ttrceu. Richmond 46-
II. C. JASPER, M. D
Medicine and Surgery.
Ofhce Collins Buildinc, MainStreet.
Telephone nt resilience (the Carr place) on
Richmond, - Kextucky.
DR. O. A. KENNEDY,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
RtrmtoxD, - - - Kextucky.
OKce in Smith Building, No. 104 Main Street, np
ttairs. Office hours 11 to 1 ani to 5 o'clock.
G. W. EVANS, M. D.,
Physiciax axd Sbkgeox,
Richmond. - - - - Kentucky.
DR. T. J. TAYLOR,
Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery,
Richmond. ... Kentucky
Drt1reml residence"" Thlnl Irtft.
DR. A. WILKES SMITH,
Richmond. - - - Kentucky
Orrica Smith buildinc. Main Street. Office
hours, 90 to is M. ; tioo to 4 1. M.
nrPraciice limited to dentistry.
J. C. Morgan. J. A- Yates.
MORGAN & YATES,
Richmond, - - - Kentucky.
OrpicB Main Street, over Madison National
Some Say it is a Graceful
Looks More Like The Boy
Tlie Call Ran Over.
'THE END OF THE BATTLE."
Courier-Journal, Nov. 9, 1897.
Tito Courier-Journal litis little to add to
what it lias already said by anticipation
touching the Democratic situation in
Kentucky biought into being by the vote
of Tuesday last. That vote conGrms the
position of the convention that nominated
Mr Shackelford for Clcik of the
Court of Appearand repudiates the
of the convention which nominated
Mr. Ilindinan. It fixes the relation of
the Democratic organization in Kentucky
to the National organization of the
Democratic party," at least through the
next State and National elections. It is
so decisive in character as to leave nothing
to conjecture, and the
has neither the wish nor the
purpose to challenge it.
The issue as it was made, and has
been fought out, was clear and explicit.
No eli'ort was wanting to maintain it-Nobody
could by any pojbibility be mistaken
about it. We may regret the verdict
againrt uf, but we acctpt t. We
shall make no further effort to direct the
parly course or counsels, or to share in
any of tlie responsibilities of party
leadership, having done our best, according
to our conscience and belief, to
divert our jwilitical negotiates from a
policy and procedure, the end of which
no man can no foresee, the results of
which we very much lear, both as to the
welfare of the country and the party.
But we are Democrats, not Republicans,
and, nailing oui ll.ig to the masthead of
Honest Money. Free Trade and Home
Rule, we shall in the character of a private
soldier in the ranks contribute
whatever earc able to the ascertainment
and the vindication of Truth.
For the gentlemen, who ha7C by their
victoiy coiitirmed their leadership, we
entertain uut the least ill will. All the
honors belonging to that leadership be
theirs; and, let us add, all the responsibilities.
If they continue to win victories,
they will. approve their commissions.
If they lose them, they, in turn,
will have to pay the penalties of defeat.
Where we can, we shall support them.
Where we cannot support them, we
bliall enter no factious opposition to
them. Wc go to political annihilation
with perfect composure without a single
resentment, or regret having fought
out to the bitter end a profound conviction
in peifcct fairness ntidgood faith.
There are many suggestions which the
vote of Tuesday summons to the minds
of thoughtful' people; notably, the results
in Maryland, Greater New York
anil the city of Louisville, incident to
the elimination of strife and the
union of parly and as the smoke
of battle clears, wise men may perhaps
liud it salutary to take these iuto consideration.
Rut. for the present, we
shall leave the moral of the conflict now
ended to imprcts itself in its own way
upon the masses of the people. Aewe
said in the'beginning, and have said
during the progress of the battle, we
neat now : from none ot tins consequen
ces of the fight we have made for what
we believed puncie and sound
ideas, have we the lean disposition to
shrink. Had we the whole thing to go
over we thould not veer a hair's line
from the course we have pursued; and,
reviewing the leiord, we recollect no
word, or act, which we would recall.
What the rest can stand, we can stand.
With charity for all, with malice toward
none, we shall continue to do business
at the old stand precisely an if nothing
whatever had happened; relieved to be
rid of all responsibility in party atl'airb;
glad to go to the tear of the columns;
quite assured of our ability at all titiito
and under all circumstances to liokl our
own with friend or foe, and certainly indifferent
whether the case in point be a
fight or a foot-race!
in its subtlety. It lies hidden for
years in the ambush of the blood,
and when it strikes it voids its
venom alike on strength and
beauty, disfiguring the one and
rmdennining the other.
is a specific for scrofula in its
worst and most malignant forms.
Scrofula is a blood disease. Ayer's .
Sarsaparilla is a blood purifying
medicine. Mineral medicines only
drive scrofula below the surface.
Dr. J. C. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a
vegetable remedy and it eradicates
the disease. There is no remedy
for scrofula equal to Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
"I was cared of a long-standing case of"
Bcrofnla by Dr. J. C. Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Tqs disease first manifested itself when I
was a child, by Lreaking out in red blotches
all over ray body. I was not free from the
troBble until I took several bottles of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. That effected a jmsv
jaanent care.'' Mes. E. H. Sxtdhh, Lehigh
toe, fa. r :
IS FOR THE DISPATCH
The Glorious Work It Has
Done And That Which
Is To Come.
Tlie Dispatch replies to the editorial
in Thursday's Courier-Journal, lu which
Watterson once more eoeks admission
into the Democratic fold, after being
aflilijted with the enemy for over twelve
months. The Dispatch says:
The above editorial from yesterday's
Courier-Journal is one of the ino3t interesting
of a series, the most remarkable
for inconsistencies and contradict i nsthat
ever appeared in a newspaper. The
morning of the 2d it spoke its determination
in advance of the verdict at the
polN, so that the result niiht cut no
figure in it, iu the following explicit
"If Mr. Ilindinan gets 100000 votes
today, or if he gets hut ten, the course of
the Courier-Journal will be nowise
Two days after tho election it announces
Unit it ''has little to add to what
it has already said by anticipation touching
the Democratic situation iu Ken-lucky
brought into being by the vote of
It lays aside with a great show of
dignity a leadership which it has not
enjoyed for the past three years. When
it cut Hardin'b tlnoat and deserted to
IUadley it was cashiered and sentenced
It stayed in the ranks of the enemy
until 1SIHJ, when it joined with the Re
publicans in steaiiug Kentucky from
It stayed until it elected Deboe over
It still stayed with them in 1S'J7 and
biought Hindtnau out to defeat Shackelford,
the Democratic nominee.
As long as the Democratic party needed
its help its sword was sold to tlie service
of the enemy.
Now that the Democracy of Kentucky
has won a signal and complete victory
over it aud its Republican allies, it has
the cast iron eU'rontery to say, "We
shall make no further tlibrt lo direct
the patty course or counsels or to
share in any of the responsibilities of
party leadership." To whom is this ad
It has not been in the Democratic party
in any contest for the past three years.
It called together and organized a Wall
stieet paity at Indianapolis called the
'National Democratic party." It belongs
to that Republican aul society which
hired YV. D. liynum and Josiah Patterson
to help Mark llatniu. in his eflortb
to defeat the Deuiociatic party iu Kentucky,
Ohio and Iowa. Does it address
this notice to liynum, Patterson, Mark
llauna .t Co., "that it will make no further
dibit !o direct the party course or
coun.sels, or to share in any of the responsibilities
of party leadership" of tho
so-called "National Democratic party,"
Dues it mean that it will 'go to the
rear ol the. columns" of the party which
it organized aud led fiom Indianapolis
If it does not mean this its langnago
is singularly inappropriate.
Its meaning is plain enough, and no
Democrat in Kentucky will be deceived
by it. It means that having been whipped
on the lielil of battle, it is willing to
come intD the icioi ions army, with its
shattered aud beateu. forces, without
suneudering its flag, or it arms, and without
swearing allegiance to the conqueror,
giving its Punic pledge that it will
not shoot at its conquerors until it gets in
a &afer position to do it.
It does not even propose to surrender
the bloody scalps of Hardin, Blackburn,
liryan and the other Democratic victims
of its but it proposes still tc
w ear them as trophies of its treasonable
prowefcfe. Ou the contrary it says, "Had
we the whole thing to go over we should
not veei a hair's line from the course we
have pursued; and, reviewing the record
wc recollect no word, or ct, which we
All that it has said about Bryan, calling
him a fakir, etc-, all it has said about
Ulackburn, Hardm and the other Democrats,
ail ling them knaves, fools, lunatiis,
anarchists, repudiators, advocates of mob
law, toll gate raiders, night riders, blasphemers,
etc., it reaflims, in all brotherly
loe. This reminds us of thai; Biblical
HeDrew warrior who inquired after
his brother's health with a knife inserted
unJer the fifth rib.
The Courier-Journal article is not a
It is not a proposition to give its allegi
ance to tho Democratic party anu sup
port its policies.
It distinctly repudiates the party prin"
ciples, as announced in the party platform,
and only asks permission of the
victors to take a sheltered position in
the rear, where it can shoot tho party
with greater ellect, aud where it may get
in position to, open the gales of the citadel
to the allied forces of monopoly in
1898, 1899 and 11XJ0.
These ovettuics aie made because tho
Democrats of tho Stale have cut it oil
and will not roaJ it, and it sees in Tuesday's
verdict the allirmation of the
order of the Frankfort convention for it
to "'go to the .Republican parly w here
It has fought against that convention
aud its decrees with tlie aud sword,
with treachery' and duplicity, and with
every agency known to coirupt political
warfare, and it has lost. Now it comes
asking that it be given back the patronage
it has lost, that.it be restored to public
confidence, that it may como into the
DeiBoeiatic household still, amted for
Royal make the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
ROYAL BAK1N0 rOSi.l CO , NEW YORK.
its destruction, and it only promises,
"where we ran we shall support thm."
litre it can. l:iat means where its
masters will permit. That means it may
help where its help is not wanted, but
when the first bugle blast of war on the
money question is sounded it must serve
It bavs: "Had we the whole thing to
go over we should not veer a hair's line
from the course we have pursued."
You will have it to go over. We wi'l
have a fight on the same line in 1S9S, in
the election of Congressmen, we will
have it in 1S99 in the election of a Governor,
a Legislature a United States
Senator, and we will have it in 1!XK) in
the election of a President and a congress.
Now let's apply the Democratic test
to this bold and persistent Punic
who proposes to take position in
the rear ranks of our party.
Will the Courier Journal pledge itself
in future to indorse and advocate the
Democratic doctrines laid down by the
party at Chicago in 1S9G and reaflirmed
at Frankfort iu 1S97 ?
Iet it answer yes or no!
AVill the Courier-Journal pledge itself
to stand on the platform in 1699 and uphold
its principles and support the
Democratic nominee for Governor?
Let it answer yes or no!
Will the Courier-Journal pledge itself
to support candidates fcr the Legislature
in 1899 who are pledged to the support
of the Democratic platform, and'
who will go into a Democratic caucus'
aud vote for tho nomination of a United
Senator who stands on the Democratic
platform as laid down at Chicago in
Let it answer yes or no !
"Will the Courier-Journal pledge itselt
to support the Democratic nominees for
President and Vice President in 1900,
and in good faith to support the platform
on which they will stand?
Let it answer yes or no !
Until these question arc answered in
the afllnnative the Democratic party
would sooner take a viper into its bosom
and warm it into life thau admit the
Courier-Journal to its ranks.
TRANSFERRING THEIR FACTORIES.
Consul General Osborne announces
that, as a result of the fading oil" in
to the United States from Great
Britain, a leading tinplate manufacturer
and some woolen manufacturer are pre
paring to tian&fertheir manufactories to
the United States. In making a pio
hibitive protective wall mound the
United States, across which it is impossible
for the foreign manuf.ieurer to send
his goods, the architects and backers ol
the Oingley tarifl'did not count upon the
contingency of being compelled todivide
the home market with European interlopers.
But if Consul General Osborne'h
informatian be correct the game of skinning
consumers in the United States
will be gleefully participated by smatt
outsider". Though wo shall keep out
the goods, there is no clause in the
act which will keep out the foreign
factor and his faciory. Just as alien labor
swarmp to our shores to compete
with native brawn, so tue alien manufacturer
will come hither to share iu protective
plunder And why not? It is
only when inside competition pulls down
inordinate profits and makes of the home
"market a place too narrow for honest
business that the hollowncss and hope
lessness of protective theories areexpojtd.
The vagaries of the taritl makers which
compel the transfer of manufacturing
operations from one country to another
are no new thing. Whilst the
taritr was in operation certain
manufacturers and merchants
found it a necessity to establish themselves
in England. France aud Ger
many, where they profited by free trade
or the employment of cheap labor. By
persistent over protection of our shipping
we have completely lost our international
ocean carrying trade, and have
transferred it to enterprising foreigners.
After further experience we may learn
the lesson that freedom ol trade as well
as freedom of the individual is the best
nourisher of national greatness. The
people of the United States need nothing
so much as to be let alone to manage
their affairs with as little government as
possible, aud without either co'diingor
meddling by legislative care-takers.
Silver Creek is lower than it has been
W. L 00U0LAS
Ifcr SO JO S
W. L. Douglas $159, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes are the
productions of skilled workmen, from the best ma
terial possible to put into shoes sold at these prices.
We make also $20 and $2.25 shoes for men, and
$ZiO, 52AX) and 51.75 for boys, and the W. L.
Douglas $3.50 Police shoe, very suitable for
W. U Douglas
Shoes beeauso they
are the best.
Far sale by
letter-carriers, policemen and outers having
much walking to do.
Waaro constantly adding new styles to oar
already larRO variety, and there Is no reason
why jou cannot lo suited, so insist on
haviup: V. L. Douglas Shoes from your
Wo nso only th8 host Calf, Russia Call
(all colon), French latent Calf,
1'rench Enamel, Vicl Kid, etc.,
graded to correspond with prices
of tho shoes.
If dealer cannot supply yon,
W.L DOUGLAS. BresktM,ll3M.
For The Cuuax.
A TRIP TO THE WIND CAVE.
The above named cave is situalcd in
Jackson county, 22 miles southeast of
Irvine. It is a beautiful undergiound
structure of Gou's handiwork, and is 3
( miles in lnih. A rilveiy stream ot
purest wattr linds its way through this
dark which, when brilliantly
ligiue i nit. i caudles and torches (as it
uuauiiai.iiduy, October 21 (adds to the
buiutx ot this little rivulet.
"In all the sky there was not a cloud,
The merry birds wcro singing loud."
When, at 7 o'clock sharp, ou this beautiful
luurniug, the merry crowd mounted
their horees at Jonah Wagers', and with
13 miles of rugged roads before us, we
made the start. We rode on a short
t)Mf.l ntl.l tlinrn ,'n .en... i. .! .. n I 1... ........
glad oices, including Mr. and Mrs. Jess
Edwards, our chaperones. As on aud
on we rode our crowd increased until
about 83 composed the number. The
mountains never looked more beautiful
as nature is fast changing her summer
garments of green to her autumnal robes
of varied colors. Never did the hills
and valleys ring with such music ss
when thebC merry voices echoed and le-echoed
far and near. The 6un was high
in the heavens when we arrived at the
foot of Wind Mountain. Ilere we
hitched our panting hoises and clambered
up the steep path that leads to the
opening of the cave. We stopped to
reat, and placing our well filled lunch
baskets upon a large stone, we left them
safely guarded and lighting our lauterus
and candles we entered the darkened
chambers of this noted cave. No
sound was heard save the piercing
screams of numberless bats aud the soft
ripple of the tiny stream After exploring
numeious passages we drifted balk
to daylight. The noon hour was near
at hand aud in the shade of these large
projecting cliffs we spread our dinner.
A moie sumptuous repast was never
spread and all bountifully partook of the
In going through this cave in the forenoon
we found that caudles aud lanterns
were not brilliant enough to show oil
the splendors within, and in the afternoon
one ot the number was kind
enough to make us torches of lich pine
which, when lighted, shone like the incandescent
light. Again we isited these
dark chambers and beheld the splendid
stiucture iu all its beauty. At 2.10
o'clock we mounted our horses and
turned our faces homeward. As the
sun was sinking iu the far distant
hills, the last ot the party, composed
of Miss Ella Park, of "Wugersville, 01 r.
Jauics Paik, of Station Camp, and
.Misses Katheryn McAfee, Ida l'aik aud
Or. T. P. Gardner, of Irvine, checked
their leius and spent the night aud fol
ipwing nay at the hospitable home of
Jonah Wagers, and never was hospitality
shown us in a more gracious way.
Manx, many thanks to the host and
family for their kindness. Trusting
that wj may yet enjoy another trip to
the cave, 1 remain oue of the paity.
Miss Mary Ballard is visiting Miss
.Minnie Dunn, at Kirksville.
The. Irish potato crop is a complete
failure in this part of the couuty.
John W. Allen, ot Greenville, Teiin.,
is visiting his brother, I. A. Allen.
Toinpie, the infant soil of Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Palmer, has been quite sick.
Farmers are busy cubbing their corn.
It is uoT shucking out as well as expected
James, C. Adams sold his wheat last
week to J. B. Walker at 90 cents a
Sirs. G. B. Turley and son, John, of
Richmond, spent Sunday with Mrs. Dr.
Gilbert Mason rented the Field farm
near Kirksviile. He will move about
Miss Daisy Campbell, of Richmond,
is visiting her sister, Miss Mary, at Mr.
B. F. Brown's.
Rev. Henry Millerleft for Versailles
Wednesday after holding a weeks meet
Rev. liriney, of Kirksville, preached
to a good crowd at Blythe school house
Miss Merdrue Prancis, of Richmond,
6pent from Friday until Monday with
her aunt, Mrs. B. F. Jones.
Miss Marion Burnam, who is attending
school in Richmond, spent from
Friday until Monday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Burnam.
Hon. J W. Bailey of Texas, leader of
the Democatic side in Congress says of
Gov. McCieary, with whom he served
several sessions: "I regard Mr. Mc-Creary
as one of the most able aud truest
men in the Demociatic partj in Kentucky
and am satisfied he can redeem
his district by being the nominee of tho
Democrats next year. He 6hould be
their choice without any opposition
Senator Morgan's condition is reported
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woolens and can give our customers the beiu At of 30 per cent, on every
Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order.
Fit Guaranteed at from $10.00 up.
UNDERWEAR AND HATS AT PRICES
NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT
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cause 1 Improve your a
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& that has stood the test q
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wfiJ ca- a
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I It has thousands of I
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$ Bottles sell every- $
I where at $i. $
SI WILLIAnS, DAVIS, BROOKS & CO.
& LlvercttM for IJver ills,
P The Famous Little Lira- PUb. 5
Sold by D Z. & T. IJ. Taylor,
Wanted-An Idea TCbo tMnglo come can patent? elm think Die
PmtMt Tfmr thv m.1T vou Health
WrltB JOHN WEUDEllUtJUN CO.. Patent Attorneys,
Wtunlngioii. D. C for their S13H prlto O'er
and lbt of two hundred Urcntloiia wanted.
For Salle !
aciesof Iaml, 12 acres of
which is river bottom land,
with good dwe'Iiiig house and stable
thrown in. One quarter milu from
Shearer's water tank, on Otter Creek.
For further particulars cull on or address
Q ft BTAAcnE and RntnMATiPM relieved
b"&WBV l)r. Milca" Nervo Piasters.
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O.. Chicaro, 3!ontreal. Can.. crf n ork -n.
The undcrsiRncd has a farm of 20l acres, as a
whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at
private sale; situated at
WHITE'S - STATION,
on the waters oT Silver Creek. It is well watered.
There is no better land in Madison
It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by
turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills,
etc., within a half mile of White's Station Post
Office, ten miles from Richmond.
TERMS Sale will be made one-third cash,
balance to suit purchaser. For particulars,
Geo. D. White,
White's Station. Ky.
IBICB JZJE9a c .
At Walteb Azn ell's Livkry Stable.
All kinds of hand-made harness, cheaper
than can be bought any where in Richmond.
Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction
II niiiij n
AND DEALER IN
OF CEMETERY WORK.
National Bank, Below we
... . $100
- Tmi&5im 15
cans for... 25
-.. . 25
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to numerous to mention, Give
Wholesale and RetaiL
JJfD ALL KINDS
For further particulars, prices,
A New Cheap
Opened next door to Richmond
quote a few of our prices
Best Granulated,8uirar20 lbs. for
Arbnefcle's Coffee 2 lba. for . .
Best Brand Can.ed Corn TJic, 2 for
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Slielbyville, Kv., Slay 2U, '96. To
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Gents I have purchased a box of
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Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti
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HON. C. T. CALDWELL,
of P.trker&burg, W. Va.,
mends Wrights Celery
Parkeksbhsg, W. Va.,
January 2C, 1905.
The Wright Med. Co.,
Gentlemen: I have been using
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1894, and find them to be as recommended.
I first bemn taking them
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