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TO PUT ON
needed fiesh, no mat
ter how you've lost
it. tatr f)r. Pierre's
Golden Medical Dis-
rcwfrir Tt lenrlra
wonders. Ey restor
1 inr the normal ac
tion of the deranged
organs and functions,
it builds the flesh up
to a safe and healthy
pleasantly and nat
urally. The -weak,
emaciated, thin, pale
- and puny are made
itrons; plump, round and rosy. Noth
ing: so effective as a strength restorer
and flesh maker is known to medical sci
ence; this puts on kcalihv flesh not the fat
of cod liver oil and its filthy compounds.
It rouses every organ of the body to ac
tivity, purifies, enriches and vitalizes
the blood so that the body feels refreshed
and strengthened. If you are too thin, too
weak, too nervous, it may be that the food
assimilation is at fault. A certain amount
of bile is necessary for the reception of the
fat foods in the blood. Too often tlie liver
holds back this element which would help
digestion. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery stimulates, tones up and invig
orates the liver, nourishes the blood, and
the muscles, stomach and nerves get the
rich blood they require.
Spent Hundreds cf Dollars with no Benefit.
J.I. T. Coleman cf ?? Sdrcent St., Roxbury.
lass., writes: "Auer "53w
Buffering' from dyspepsia
end constipation with un
told aqfony for at lecst 18
tionth, I am more than
pleased to say hat after
usin Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery and
Pleasant Pellets ' "for one
month, I was entirely
cured, and from that day
to this I do not know,
thack God, what even a
flipht headache is. I paid
a doctor on Tremont St..
Boston, in one day ( lor -vVKcigj
t,f from with ti cr f.ir äi
ins aavice on v. ine sum vA,-cs-t t
. ' ' mit T
medicine, and derived no J- Coleman1, Esq.
benefit. I pet more relief in onr hour from your
medicines, z. far a", my stomach was concerned,
thin from nil the other medicine I used.
If any person v.-ho reads this is mi fieri r.g from
flysrr-'iia or constipation and will use your
inediciuc as I hive done, he will never regret iL"
, Slnriii th' I'roilt.
It wa a strange an J uninviting coun
ter in the po.-tilLc: aco.iiitr coverol
with very dry umbles. gaudil colored
candies and swarm i of liios. Tho summer-boarder,
whrso time hunjr heavy
on her hands, and who would fain have
t had the diversion of : hopping, looked
ab ut her in vain for something to buy.
"Is that molasses c truly?" sho asked,
po'ntin with tome uncertainty to a
"Yes, that's molasses acd this U
FUprar," said tho obliging" postmistress
"I try to keep a letfle o both on hand.
You never can tell what folks ?Il want."
"Are they home-mide," csked tho
vi-itor, .-tilleyin them warily.
"Yc. both on em. But sometimes I
think I'll slop and never bilo another
mite, for yoa see " bending forward
confidentially, "this weather the Lied
eenamost eat up all tho profits "
And the visitor did not purchase.
The llct ISrouht Ch p.wiR Bowls.
At a wcodon woMinjj celebration in
Brcokl ri there were twenty-four
guests, and seventeen of them brought
pre ents of clothes-pins to tho happy
So Much Female
Mrs. Julia A. Rice, Florence,
' " I suffered eight years
" From woman's early troubles.
; I could find no permanent re
lief until, one
year ago, I tried
came with it
ately, and at
this time I am
a well woman.
"I absolutely know, not only by
,my own experience, but by others
also, that this is a harmless and
sure remedy for :
" Irregularity, suppressed or
painful menstruations, weakness
of the stomach, sick headache,
and female complaints generally.
There is no need of so much fe
The Greatest Medical Discovery
of the Age.
DONALD KENNEDY, OF R0XB5RY, MASS.,
Has discovered in one of our common
pasture weeds a remedy that cures every
kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula
down to a common Pimple.
He has tried it in over eleven hundred
cases, and never failed except in two cases
(both thunder humor). He has now in his
possession over two hundred certificates
of its value, all within twenty miles of
Boston. Send postal card for book.
A benefit is always experienced from
the fust bottle, and a'perfect cure is war
ranted when the right quantity is taken.
When the lungs are affected it causes
6hooting pains, like needles passing
through them; the same with the Ljver or
Bowels. This is caused by the ducts being
6topped, and always disappears in a week
after taking it. Read the label.
If the stomach is foul or bilious It will
cause squeamish feelings at first.
No change of diet ever necessary. Eat
the best you can get, and enough of it.
Dose, one tablespoonful.in water at bed
time. Sold by all Druggists.
' DWECTIOXS for using
a particle of the Halm veil
vp int the noxlri'x. After
a moment draw a strong
hreath Viroxujh tlie none.
Vc thrre lime a day, af-
"r mean preferred, anl
ELY'S CREAM BALM
Or"?1" nd r fnnem fie N-i-at Passar. Allays Tain
ni Inflammation, HcalH tliA hören, i'rotect the
ernbr-iie lr in Ciils :torex tdo H iih h of TuU
nd mjipIi. 1 tie LSiliu in nu k J- abnoibeil and glvt
te.itf at cace.
A particle is arpHfl Into rarh nostril anl 1 affr
mbl". Price 51 cont-, at drujKiota or by mall.
LY BliOTllLIiS. M Warren Stmt. Xw York.
iL mi n "s-
7 - cfwd.
NEW SOIL FOR PLOWS.
INDIAN RESERVATIONS SOON TO
All That Is 'Needed J tho President's
rrociüin itlon-AVhite Man' Civilization
"Will Follow Fun. I to Ho Created for
the Use of Indians.
Waiting fir the Wor.I.
All that now prevents the settlement
of thj Yankton ('. 1. Indian reserva
tion by white settlers is the proclama
tion or' the President. The treaty has
been signed, the allotniint of lands to
tho Indian- lias lcen approved 1 y tho
Secretary of tho Inte:io and Con
gress hag made an appropriation to
carry out tho provisijns of tho treaty.
This land will ba tea lily taken, as it is
desirable, being in a ounty that re
duced .ood crops this .year, and one
which is rated as the bo t corn-producing
county in tho State.
The Yankton Ird'an Reservation
lies within the borders of Charles iix
County. Outside the reservation the
county is wo 1 s ttled, and contains
three thriving villages and a great
many well-cultivated faim Xcgotia
with these Indians were concluded
Dec. lly the treaty thus
mado tho Indians re'eas d to jthe
I nito 1 States l'iw,o.0 acres of choice
larming lund, which will ,-oon bo open
tJt-et lement to homesteaders at .'i.
per acre. The si m thu reali ed will
iio to re'mbr.roe tho government f r
tho amount pa U tlie Indims for their
lanl. Tho:o aiv al out 2. 0 ) of these
Indians, who have mado on iderab'o
progress in civili.ation. and have all
taken land in severalty and become
citizens of tho United States. They
aro now entitled to vote for S'.ate
oil that I Deep aiv! VerSüe.
The soil of tho reservation is a rich,
black alluvial and vegetable mold,
slightly sandy, and from on; to four
feet deep. The surface soil is under
laid by a clay, or mo:e prope ly a cal
careous marl Mibioil which has a re
markable faculty of holding mo s'.ure
anl entires vegetation to withstand
practical droughts such as woul I ruin
crops in a less favcrcd cointry. Ti e
reservation is in tho celebrated corn
and btoek belt of South L'akota and
when thrown opou 1 1 settlement will
give tho homesteader somo of the best
land at tho Government's dispo al. On
the land in Charles Mix County, out
side tho reservation, the yield, per
acre, of crops in IS 11 was: Wheat, L'-;
oats, rfi; corn, flax, 11: barley, öl;
ryo, U; potatoes, l"1.
As yet no railroad penetrates the
roservation or tho county in which it
GOVERN MF NT SCIIOOU VAN K TON AGENCY-
Is located, but ono road terminates four
miles from tho northe -n boundary and
another road terminates at tho" Mis
souri Kiver, three miles from the east
ern boundary of tho reservation. A
railroad has been surveyed from tho
city of Yankton, through th j reserva
tion, to tho western boundary of
Charles Mix County. Tho Yankton
Indians aro making satisfactory prog
ress in civilization, and alrcadv many
of them are capable of takingYare of
themselves, and for such, it is believed,
it would be botler if all iecuniary aid
from tho government wore withdrawn,
throwing them wholly upon their own
IIOMi: OF TIIK K1CKAPOOS.
i:ich anil Itoant Ifnl, an:I I-.hib'.te:! by a
Lizy. Wnrtlilow IV!.
It will not lo long 1 efore the Kicka
oo Indian re ervation in Oklahoma
Territory is thrown open t s :ttlement.
and when that time comes tho mui of
this curious race of peop!o wÜl Ir.vo
neatly sot. Already the note of up.
proaching di-solution of tho tribe is
sounded in the MtCrao bill, which
provides for the selling of the pub'ie
lands in tho icsoi vati, n at public auc
lion. This measure is in tho interests
cf tho cattlemen, and is regarded as
an outrage against tho poor citizens
who are clamoring for homos in this,
almost tho last, remnant of tho public
domain. The ro.-crvation consists of
lifxi.H i acres, and is of great value. It
is timbered, well watered, and tho soil
in the South Canadian Piver valloy is
asb'a.k aid rich ts Illinois prairio
A MILL, THAT IS E
fgiEÜsi fea Mil
The Kickapco Indian who posse.ce3
tho 1 rdly domain is constitutionally
lazy. In the South C analian Kiver
bottoms the Indian- grow little patches
of corn. When they have p'anted tho
crop they thitik they have dono their
duty, an 1 as a result th?y : corn culti
vati. n. and weeds and wild :untlowers
keep )ice wi:h the gro.vth of the corn.
Tlie Kickapoos have no schools within
their reservation. There aro no mis
sionaries there. Put for the effort of
? gontio i uaker lady, Mis Plizabeth
Test, who has succes fully conducted a
small school in tho Kickajioo country,
the r situ; generation wuld be exceed
ingly dull in the m-ittei of education.
Mi-s Test ha; been seventeen eatj
among tho Indians teaching tho little
papooses the primary steps toward an
The Kicka oo country is rich in
timber. The settlers who aro fortu
n ite enough to secure those lands will
reap a rieh harve t. Pecan, wild plum,
hickory elm. red oak, post oak, ;ack
oak burr oak, wait oak, walnut,
thitam. persimmon, cottoawood. and
nnr kimahaw:; ani hoi ciiss:r.
mulberry trees gro.v in profusion, and
man gam e birtls, including tho quail,
prairie chickens and wild turkeys, aro
to be found. Cf tho wild animals,
there are array wolves, timber wvlve.
coyotes, wildcits, catamounts, and oc
casionally, in the stillness of thon'ght,
the cry of tho panther can bo heard in
th dense f rests al'ong tho Canadian
Liver. The woods aro full of tho
frisky gray and fox squirrels, and as
they p aytully lea) from tree to trco
they keep up a chatter that, is confu
sion. CLOTHING MEN UNITE.
Orgran'xitlon llio'el 17 MUII:rn Formel
to Stop I"ro(it-il'.e liti'ruptvr.
Twenty-fivo of tho largest wholesale
manufacturers in Chicago, according
t a dispatch, liavo organi ed a strong
defensive association! They proposo
to reorganise the system of czedits. to
protect their interests when threat
ened by hostilo legislation, and tograp
plo as ono firm with organized labor,
should one ort ed action o nocesar-.
There are thirfy-one large establish
ments in Chicago where nuns and
youths" clothing is mado. The twenty
live manufacturers, undo. tho name of
tho Merchants' Association of Chicago,
leprescntan invested capital of sJ5
OW,00) to $:0,0 ),.() ;0. and employ from
lo.ooOto ir.HK tailors,cutters andfoam-stro.so-
The ür. t ob eet is said to be, to
prevent overpurchasing by that class of
merchants which gees into bankruptcy
just after laving in a laro stock of
goods. These dishonest failures have
hit wholesale clothiers hardor than
any other manufacture! s. Cust mers
wheso credit was good for several
thousm 1 dollars at the utmost found it
both possible a' d profitable to como to
Chicago markets, buy to their limit
at half a dozen or more houses and
then go home and fail just about tho
time their bills fell due. That is oro
of the things tho Merchants' Associa
tion intends to stop. Tho entire sys
tem of credits has been changed. In
htead of each tlrm making credits for
itself, there is now an interchange of
credit news, so that any firm can learn
from headquarters whether a shaky
customer is over-buying.
A NOTED QUEEN.
The Famous Won u AVIio Kul Over M.d
The efforts of the I rench to gain
control of Madagascar bds fair to
cause a b!er disturbance with other
1 he warlike natives
of tho islands also
object t o Frenc h
domination. T h o
island, which is tho
largo -t in tho wor.d,
is a monarchy, but is
not ail under ono
ruler. (vueen Tana
valona rules tho
TOJltM llMl't. lt it
howovcr. he is tho
r'-r7- w? ' Pf'cai-granuuaugntor
queen ran Ava- OI ianety, and is
lona. said to Ine intensely
proud of her ancestry. Sho was born
in 1S('J, and appointed queen by her
predecessor, who was her mtthor. Tho
royal dyna ty of Madagascar boasts of
blue blood in spit-e of black skins, it
has been in power since 17(H). Tho
present ue?n dresses in tho garb of
western civilization, h:r dresses boinfr
impirted from I'aris. Sho has been
n the throno nearly eleven years.
EDS A FINER SIEVE.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
CHUCK" CONNORS' KID.
It Was a Dilsr of a Fin !, but It Got
Weary nnl Died.
There is a queer character In the
Chine o quarter in Xew York City,
says tho New York Recorder. Ho is a
barly Irishman, a pugilist, called
'Chuck" Connors Ileearnsa precari
ous living by piloting inquisitivo per
fons through tho Chines? quarter who
deiro to eat a Chinese dinner or visit
the Mongolian theater in Mott street.
The p'nsical prowe s of Connors has
been so well established by frequent
successful encounters that ä rarty un
der his charge is considered even safer
than if a pol.ceman acted a guardian.
A cust m has sprung u;i recently
among the charitable women of aris
tocratic New Vork to adopt an unfort
unato chi d in tho tenement-house dis
trict, and to care for it in a material
and moral way witho t taking it home.
A short time ago a party of women,
am nig whom was the wife of a well
known editor, went t Chinatown to
secure the co-operation of Connors in
their search for pictures jin wards.
The round heart of the pugilist was
profoundly touched by this indication
of svmpathy, and he promised to do
his be?t to Secure a child for each of
lie started out immediately to fulGll
his trust. Connors' impression wa
that only cases of peculiar and i athetic
wretcho iness would 1 o suitable, and
so he travclo 1 up and down dingy stairway.-,
poking his nose into open door
ways, and making conscientious efforts
to lini a child who was cruelly ill-used
or deformed. At last his search was
rewarded. lie fo in I an Italian baby
whom Nature 1 ad treated cruelly, and
went away delighted. Tho next day
tie edito-'s wifo with daintily lilted
skirts, thro i ed her way through tho
noisome street, and Ccnnors came run
nin to meet her.
"Well, Chuck," said she. impatiently,
"diJ you find a 1 aby or mo?"
"Yes. ma'am," replied Connors, dole
fully, "I had tho baldest little dago
kid wid a hump on his back an'twi-ted
legs all saved up for ye, but las' night
he fooled mo."
"j'coled you!" was the puzzled excla
mation. ''Yes. ma'; m," continued Connors,
"lie didn't know do good graft wot was
a-wailin' for 'im. an' so he got tired o'
livin' and croaked."
Hamlet's Little Scheme.
A sad-lookinr gentleman, like a sort
cf very much retired Hamlet, with a
painful expres-ion of face, entered tho
cotVeo-room of a country hotel tho
otho day, holding in his hand a small
"Look at this, gentlemen," ho Faid,
sorrowfully. I went into a gunsmith's
6hop to get something to e t, and tho
man hand id me this can of powder.
He said I could go blow myself up;
rofessional actor s were not wanted
now, there s sj many lino amateurs. I
pledge you my word," said tho tramp,
holding tho can within on inch of the
grate, in which a lire was burning,
"1 m so miserable I vo a mind to follow
his ad vi', e."
"Dare you do it':" said a by-stander,
winking at the crowd.
Tho wretched rarty gave a sad.
theatrical, lir gering look and tossed
the can into tho liro.
The company yelled and rushed out
of tho placo in'all directions.
"When they filed in about ten minutes
later, tho empty an was sitting harm
lessly on tho fire. Not so tho glasses.
Four were empty and seveial luncheon
Hamlot was gone. Lippincott's.
Like Sive:-t Hell J.wi ;Iea Out of Tune,"
Weak nerves respond harshly and iaharmonl
ous'y to slipht shocks, which would produce
no effect upon etronx ones. The shrill outcry
of a child, the flamming of u door, the rattling
of a vehicle ovr r uneven paveuunt and other
trifling disturbance b affect weak nerves Ben
ch! ve nerves sorely. Nervousacss is lareely
attributable to dyspepsia and non-assimilation
of th food, a very usual concomitant of
sleeplessness. Digestion and assimilation re
newed by Hostetter's Stomach hitters, soon
beset n' rve quietude and sound repose. The
great a'terative causes th.3 livor and bowels to
unite In co operative harmony with tho stom
ach, whereby the general tone of the system Is
raiMod to the true standard of health. In ma
larial complaint s, rheumatism and kidney
troubles the Hitters produce excellent results.
Snakks have their usefulness in tho
world. They aro the scavengers of
bwainps and morasses whero other ani
mals of sizo are unablo to penetrate or
exist. It is in the tropic, of course,
that serpents chiefly abound. All
snakes aro of tropical origin, but somo
species have sp:oad into co lcr lati
tudes. In very cool countries there aro
no snakes. Contrary to tho popular
belief, thoro aro somo akes in Ire
land, but they aro very rare.
Uxdei: tho treaty of Caudalupe ni
dalgo, all persons in tho acquired ter
ritory who were regarded as citizens
of Mexico were con5iderod to become
citizens of tho United States, and thm
many people of many Jribes in Mexico,
Arizona and California aro legally cit
izens. Hall's Catarrh Curo
Is taltin Internally. Trice 75 ceoU
Tho Scotch havo the heaviest aver
ago biain weight 10 ounces
I.IKE a touch of nature, which makes the
nrl(l akin, tho uso of Glenn's Sulphur fcoap
hcautltles tho complexion of young ladles
In every part f iho itilvcre.
Fhanck has tho lar,:et public debt
of any country in tho world. It amounts
The Governor Goneral of Canada re
ceives a salary of $50,000 a year.
9 If yoiCve neuralgia, take St. Jacobs Oil rub it
S I on rub it on bard keep rubbing it on it bas got Q
gl Yo stop tbe pain tbaVs wbat it's for.
LeXV a iTr-
Humphrey Nichols was an English
parish clerk who lived parsimoniously
and gave away enormous sums of
money, both to institutions and indi
viduals. Uno afternoon, ho presented
himself at the door of a certain rec
tory, just as tho master of tho house
was going down to dinner, with his
guest. Tho footman would not admit
tho shabby old gentleman within tho
lobby, and was about telling him to go
round to the back door, when the rec
tor caught sight of him, and asked his
It was soon told; he had come to
give "a tiifio of money" to tho fund for
widows and orphans. When he had
accepted an invitation t tho study, a
shaboy old pocket-book was produced,
anl a banknote a very dirty one, laid
on the table. Tho rector took it up,
thinking it a five-pound note,
"Have you lookel at it:" a.-ked Mr.
"Yos."' said tho rector.
The rector could hardly believe his
eys. The note was for Vivo hundred
"Perhaps I'm keeping tho-o fine
folk- waiting for their dinner," sfaid
the old gentleman. Uut if you ro not
tired of c.unting, I'm not tired of
He end-d by putting down seven
"To 1 that lino gentleman of yours,"
ho caid, in refcrenco to tho foot
man, '"to bo civil to an old men. ewn
if ho should happen to wear a shabby
Tho rector asked him to stay to
"Dinner!" said he, "why I ato ray
mutton chop before I started from
Manchester. What would your lords
and ladies say, to Bit beside a shabby
old follow liKe mo:"
That 'Joyful Feeling,
"With tho exhilarating sense of renewed
health and etrength und internal clean
liness, whieh fol.ows the uso of Syrup
of l igs, is unknown to the lew who
have not progressed beyond the old
time n cdicincs and the cheap Substi
tutes 6-mctimc6 offered but never ac
cepted by the well in'ormod.
The California Vintage.
It is estimated that tho California
vintage thi year will amount to not
more- than 18.000,000 gallons, which is
considerably below tho average. The
grapo crop suffered much from tho
drought of August. In tome localities
it dried up the juice, and in others so
increased the sugar that many grapes
intended to b3 made into dry wine
will havo to bo converted into sweet
varieties or distilled into brandy.
" An Ounce
of prerentlon Is worth a pound of cure."
Klpans Tahules do not wel-h au ounce, but
they contain many pounds of goad. Oun
tabule gives relief. Try for yourself the
next time you have a headache or bilious
It wa twenty-nine days from tho
casting of the Lick objective glass be
fore it had cooled sufficiently for safe
Send your full name and address to Dob
bins' foap Mfg. Co., Philadelphia. Pa., by
return mall, and get, free of all cost, a
coupon worth several dollars, if used by
you to its full advantage. Don't delay.
This Is worthy attention.
The United States manufactures
more iron, 6teel, copper and lead than
any other country on the globe.
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Torpid or enlarged liver, foul breath, bilious
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frequent calls, pass blood, mucus or pus.
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For if thy liver workcth right,
Thy Faith is sure, thy Hope is bright j
But indigestion has the povcr
To mar the soul's scrcnest hour.
To crumble adamantine trust.
And turn life's certainties to dust,
To banish faith and hope and love.
Put heaven below and hell above.
Keep only thy digestion clear,
No other foe my love need fear,
Bo wishing for thec perfect bliss.
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I ask theo all in asking this,
3!y darling, how's your liver f
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days effect a permanent cure.
"lt instantly stops the most excruciating
pains, allays inflammation and cures conges
tions, whether of the luncs, stomach, bowel,
or other glands or mucous membranes.
tFTlfty cents a bottle. Sold by DmgKlat,
RAD WAY A CO.. New Vobk.
AN EXAQQE RATED CASB.
Tor that fall feeling
That comes after eating
Thero Is a remedy.
Simple but effective
A Ripans Tabule.
Take ono I at the time.
there you are.
Ono who eets Just us full
' Iu any other way
Is not o uncomfortable at the time.
That sensation, to hiia,
To prevent it
Take a tabule
Defore coing to bed.
ts the: best.
3.sp FOLIC t,3 Soles.
SrMn FOf? CATA! rr,t'
You can iavo money by wnrinjr. tho
W. Ii. Doudaa S3.0O Shoe.
Tlecanne, we oro t'ao larfrcst manufacturers of
this gradeof shoes in the world, an J guarantee their
value by stamping the name and price on tho
bottom, which protect you again zt high prices aud
the middleman's profits. Our shoes equal custon
work in style, easy Atting and wearing qualities.
"We have thera sold everywhere at lower prices for
the value Riven than any ether make. Take no sub
stitute. It your dealer cannot supjil7 you, we caa.
Sold direct to const mers JtTI QWTvrmtrt
ever before offered. I'.ny uirect I ruin Im
porters ami manufacturers. AV ahlp
With rKMiiri.n ok aiutioi. w
Mt you from au tu bO r rent. A tailor
fit suit. tS.M. Kali or winter overcoat.
Boys' ConiMnntlnn Suita
H R OVFRMMTf Sril Ml TT. Sen.i ti-l
fori' Ri-.k, in&iutoiU catalog-. Address
OXFORD MFC.CO.,no(ki.,p,pLT. V
344 Wabash Avo.r Chicago, III
FREE ! RMpp".S. FACE BLEACH
A rpfK-UUo ii. t ct that Utouiaada of laits
f tk U. 8. hT sot mmI my Ffec. BlMck, s
" of price, kkh tol per fcvUI, aa
la eracr that all nuy (Ut It a fiir trial, f
riu sa a 5atr.pl Botlls.Mttl parkmt. alt'
lckrf prpaU, p rmlpt of tie. FACB-
SLKACtI rnwratnd nm ateolsUlv all'
frtcklM, flmplta, snoth, blackhtada, aa.Uw.
aw, aca, trarma, wrluklra, orroockansaC'
kla.aaa WatlllM tbtnintlika. A4dra
Mme. A. RUPPERT. Deot. E. 6 E. 1 4th St.. N. Y. City.
CIIDF MflNFY N "s,i WHATI-:VKIl-hy
UPI. IillMlL I purchas.nn l'ntviiKuKs on th
ew York 8tock Market and avuin them intelli
pcnt y worked bv A W.KAUNAKI) lUnker. I0 and1
H'i l'roadwav. New Vork. Send tor l r npe tn.
Mm. Wlnalow's Boothiso Kthcf for tTiildre
teething: sottens the suras, reauces lnflummation.
allays pain, cures wind colic 23 cents a bottle.
tr. N. ii.
WIIKN WRITING T AOVKKTISKUS,
J'ese sar you saw tho adverÜHcmrat
In tlit paper.
CUK1S WHrKF 11 HSf UlK.
Best Cough fjrup. Taatca Good- Use 11
in ttmeL 8old bv tlrntrtrlsts.
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