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SERVED IN TWO WARS.
TUo Grip Almost Won Whoro tho
Our Synipithlrs Alivnya Enllttcd la tho
luurmltlel of tho Veteran.
O'rom tht Herald, Woodstock, Va.)
Tlicro is an old sjldler In Woodstock, Va.,
who served In tlio war with Mexico nnd lu
Uio war of tho rebellion, Mr. Levi Mclnturff.
Ho passed through both theso wars with
out a serious wound. Tho hardships, how
ever, told seriouslv on him, for when the
grip attacked him four years ago It nearly
killed him. Who can look on tho lnllnnl
tics of a veteran without a feeling- of tho
docpest sympathy! Ills townspeople saw
him confined to his houso so prostrated
with great nervousness that ho could not
hold n kulfo and fork at tho tablo, scarcely
able to wallc too, and ns ho attempted It, ho
often stumbled and foil. Thoy saw him
treated by tho best talent to bo had but still
ho suffered on for four jears, und gave up
tlnally in despair. Ono day, however, ho
was struck by tho account of a euro which
had been effected by tho uso of Dr. 'Williams'
'Pink Tills, llo immediately ordered a
box and commenced taking them. lie
says ho was greatly relieved within threo
days' time. Tho blood found its way to his
lingers and his hands which had been pal
sied assumed a natural color, nnd ho was soon
enabled to uso his lailfo and fork at tho
tablo. llo has recovered his strength to
such an extent that ho Is ablo to chop wood,
shock corn nnd do his regular work about
his homo. Ho now says ho can not only
walk to Woodstock, but can walk across tho
mountaius. Ho Is ablo to lift up a llfty-two
pound weight with ono hand and says ho
uoc3 not know what Dr. Williams' l'ink
l'ills havo douo for others, but knows that
thoy havo dono a great work for him
He was In town last Monday, court day,
nnd was loud lu his praises of tho medicine
that had given 1dm so great relief. Ho pur
i based another bov and took It homo with
him. Jlr. Mclnturff is willing to mako
affidavit to theso facts.
Tho proprietors of Dr. Williams' PinkPills
stato that thoy nro not a patent mcdielnobut
a prescription nsod for many j ears by an em
inent practitioner who produced tho most
wonderful losults with them, curing nil
forms of weakness arising from a watery
condition of tho blood or shattered nerves,
two fruitful causes of almost every ill to
which llcsli is heir. Tho pills are also a
specific for tho troubles peculiar to females,
such as suppressions, all forms of weak
ness, chronio constipation, bcariug down
pains, etc, and in tho caso of men will give
speedy relief und effect a permanent cure In
all cases arising from mental worry, over
work, or excesses of whatever nature. Thoy
nro entirely harmless and can he given to
weak nnd sickly children with tho greatest
pood and without thosllghtcstdangcr. Pink
Pills nro sold by all ilealcrs, or will bo sent
post paid on receipt of price, (50 cents a box,
or six boxes for $3.50 thoy aro never sold
in bulk or by tho 109) by addressing Dr.
Williams' Mcdieluo Company, Scheupundy,
American Fortune Quickly Muile anil as
A few years ago among many large
accumulations of wealth In this town
eight stupendous fortunes stood con
spicuously pre-eminent the four rail
road fortunes of Stanford, Huntington,
Crocker and Hopkins and the four
bonanza fortunes of Flood, O'Hrion,
Mackay and Fair. Tho wildest ideas
prevailed concerning' tho size of these
hoards. Stanford nnd Huntington
were commonly supposed to bo worth
at least S100,000,000 apiece. At ono
time Mackay was called tho richest
man In the world and his wealth was
figured as hiirh as 600,000,000. This
estimate was based on tho reasonable
idea of taking tho dividends on his
mining stocks as the interest on a capi
tal sufllcient to produce such returns
ut ordinary rates, and perhaps allow
ing for a geometrical incrcaso on tho
previously observed scale.
Of these hugo fortunes only that of
Huntington remains undiminished in
the original hands. Mackay is living,
but his wealth, actual and reputed, has
shrunk until he sometimes finds It hard
to lay his hands at short notice on
threo million or four million dollars in
ready cash. Tho Stanford estate lias
been generously dedicated to public
uses. Tho Crocker estate has to sup
port several families and several ex
pensive establishments. Tho Hopkins
estate is probably smaller now than
when Mark Hopkins died. Flood and
O'Hrien saw their wealth diminish to
ordinary proportions beforo their
death, and their heirs aro not con
conspicuous now among tho multi
inilllonaircs. Tho shrewdest and tho
hardest of the bonanza kings has just
died, nnd his wealth will be divided
into several parts in any case, and may
bo swallowed up by the legal talent
that lias displayed such absorbent
ability in tho Jessup and Blythe cases.
On tho whole, the American atmos
phere, favorable as it is to the accumu
lation of vast fortunes, does not ap
pear particularly to promote their per
petuity. San Francisco Examiner.
KmprcM Josephine' Appearance.
Sho had thin, brown hair, a complex
ion neither fresh nor faded, expressive
eyes, a small retrousse nose, a pretty
mouth, and a volco that charmed all
listeners. Sho was rather under-sized,
but her figuro was bo perfectly propor
tioned as to givo tho impression of
height nnd suppleness. Its charms
were scarcely concealed by tho cloth
ing she wore, made as it was in tho sug
gestive fashion of the day, with no sup
port to the form but a belt, and as
scanty about her shoulders as it was
about her shapely feet. It appears to
havo been her elegance and her man
ners as well ns her sensuality, which
overpowered Bonaparte; for ho de
scribed her as having "tho calm and
dignified demeanor which belongs to
tho old regime." I'rof. Sloanc, in Cen
Century. A Pennsylvania patriot who has in
troduced a bill providing that Ameri
can flagstnffs shall be American wood,
nnd that tho flag itself must bo "Amer
ican bunting, manufactured from
American wool grown by American
workmen," causes tho Philadelphia
Press to enter nn emphatic protest
against tho insinuation that "American
wool is grown on tho heads of Ameri
Galusha A. Grow, for all his threo
score years and ten, was ono of tho
sturdiest and most vigorous men in tho
late congress. Ho was tno re regular in
bis attendance than almost any other
A Statement from tho AsiUtant Secretary
of the Treasury.
Washington, March D. Assistant
Secretary Curtis yesterday mado tho
following statemeut: "In view of cer
tain statements in tho newspapers that
treasury otllcials aro embarrassed by
an alleged failure in gold deliveries un
der tho recent contract and other asser
tions of a similar nature calculated to
mislead and disturb tho public mind,
I wish to bay that tho actual withdraw
als of gold from tho treasury sinjo
March 1, 1S93, have been $335,347, of
which S281,0S7 havo been for tho re
demption of United States treasury
notes, and 71,200 for the redemption
of United States notes.
"In regard to the excess of govern
ment expenditures over receipts, it is
well known the latter is rapidly in
creasing and that up to this timo
nothing has been received from tho
incomo tax und very littlo from
sugar duty, both of which will bo im
portant elements of government re
ceipts in tho future. There is plenty
of money in tho treasury to pay the ap
propriations, and the statement in
some articles, that if tho treasury had
the money the passage of the enor
mous appropriations would lead to tho
immediate disbursement of immenso
sums of money, is totally untrue.
There is a question of law as to when
tho appropriation for tho payment of
tho sugnr bounty becomes available,
and until that question is settled it
will bo impossible to mako any pay
ment thereunder. Moreover, tho
claims for bounty must be adjusted be
fore payment, since payment must bo
made pro rata if tho appropriation is
"The total available cash in tho
treasury amounts to 83,371,493, over
and abovo the SIOO.000,000 allowed to
cover tho gold reserve, which is 39,
743,594.11. The treasury officials have
no anxiety as to their ability to meet
all obligations in the immediate futuro
with ease and aro confident tho ex
pected revival of business will assure
WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW.
It. O. Dun .V Co. Ilellect thit the Adjourn
ment of Congress and I.es (iold Ship
ments l'rodutcd Hotter Feeling.
Xr.w Yoisk, March 9. K. O. Dun &
Co.'s Weekly lleview of Trade says:
Congressional adjournment and proof
that, though tho rate of exchange rises
to and even abovo the shipping point,
gold does not go out, have produced a
much better feeling. Prices do not im
prove and there is on the whole no gain,
but some loss in wages. While strikes
of 15,000 coal miners near Pittsburgh
and several thousand building work
ers, besides strikes in ten or twelve
textile and iron establishments fur
ther lessen purchasing power for tho
time, but there is anticipation of im
proved demand for goods in general,
and many are manufacturing and buy
ing beyond present needs on tho
strength of it
Wheat has risen of a cent because
of rumored injury to grain in somo
states. Receipts for tho week arc near
ly as largo as last year, but in Febru
ary 4,910,440 bushels against 7,075,909
last year, with Atlantic exports 2,932,
G70 against 3,120,200 last year. Stocks
in sight are enormous and western ac
counts mako tho stock of wheat in
farmers' hands very large. Corn has
declined M of a cent, though receipts
are not half last year's, with exports
insignificant. Pork, lard and hogs aro
a shade higher and beef has advanced
to the highest point since July.
Copper has been depressed by compe
tition to 9 cents for lake and lead is
offered more freely at 3.1 cents, while
American makers of tin plato aro put
ting prices sometimes lower than those
of similar imported plates.
Strikes to resist the reduction of
wages in several textile works and re
ductions effected in somo others by no
means contradict the accounts that
mills aro receiving somewhat better
orders. In woolen goods tho initial
demand for heavy weights is nearly
over, with fairly good business in borne
lines, but only modcrato in others.
Failures for the week havo been 2151
in tho United States against 213 last
Mr. Sayers Gives a Democratic Vlow of the
Appropriations Mado by tho Lato Con
gress. Washington, March 9. Chairman
Sayers, of tho house appropria
tions committee, has mado a state
ment of tho appropriations of the
last congress. Ho presented in his
statement tables showing appropria
tions of three congresses as follows:
Fifty-first, Sl,035,G80.109j Fifty-second,
81,027,104,527; Fifty-third, 990,333,091.
Mr. Sayers says: "Tho appropriations
made by tho Fifty-third congress, in
cluding permanent appropriations,
show a reduction of 30,705,830 under
tho appropriations made by tho Fifty
second congress and 45,311,418 under
those mado by tho Fif ty-first congress."
Mr. Sayers, making a comparison
with last year, shows that there is a
net increabo of 3,877,320. "Tho now
public buildings authorized, Including
one in Chicago to cost 4,000,000, will
not exceed in cost 3,000,000, be
yond the sums appropriated therefor,
while tho Fifty-first congress loft
to its successors more than 8,000,000 to
bo appropriated for public buildings
which it authorized." Tho salaried
list of tho government has been re
duced by this congress more than 000
persons, with annual compensation
amounting to quite 750,000.
Cincinnati, March 9. Tho steamer
Longfellow of the Cincinnati, Memphis
& New Orleans packet lino was to
havo left for New Orleans last night,
but was delayed by tho fog. This
morning tho boat went all right until
within a short distanco of tho piers of
tho Chesapeake i&rOhio bridge, when
tho currents began to interfere. As
tho bow pointed to the Kentucky
shore, tho wind blew tho bmoko in such
a way as to entirely blind tho pilot.
Tho next moment the vessel crashed
ngalnst tho pier, striking near tho
boilers. Tho vessel was broken in two
and tbrco persons drowned.
ROASTED TO DEATH.
Horso Thieves Surrounded In n
Cabin and tho Place Fired.
AN IOWA FORGER COMMITS SUICIDE.
An Attempt Made to 'Wreck a I'.inxcncc'
Train In Imllunn by I'laclnc a l'llo
of Tics ou the
Litti.k Rock, Ark., March 11. A
special from Enterprise, I. T., says that
a posse in pursuit of two men who had
stolen thirty horses in the Choetaw
nation, followed tho thieves for three
days, finally surrounding them 10
miles east of that place. Tho thieves
refused to surrender and kept up
firing, having dismounted from
their horses and taken to the
woods. The posso pressed them close
ly nnd tho fight was kept up for two or
three hours, both pursuers and pur
sued firing as rapidly as they could
load their revolvers. Ono of the posse,
in trying to head off tho thieves, re
ceived a bullet in his arm, shatter
ing it, and causing him to fall
from his horse. Finally tho entire
party massed and charged tho two
criminals, forcing them to take refuge
just at the edge of tho woods in a
cabin. Hero tho thieves barricaded
themselves and defiantly proclaimed
that they would not be taken alive.
After repeated efforts to induce them
to give up the house was set on fire.
Still the men insido refused to come
out, although the roof was n mass of
ilamcs. They still threatened death to
any of tho posso who ventured near.
At last tho frame of tho building fell
in burying the desperadoes in the ruins,
and they were roasted to death in the
an ai.lkoi;i ror.OEit commits suicide.
Ciiesio.v. la., March 11. At Crom
well, a littlo town near this city, Dave
Jllossar, a prominent citizen, com
mitted suicide. It developed yester
day that Hlossar was a forger, but to
what extent is not known definitely
and probably never will be. The
Creston national bank became aware
that it had collateral on Itlossar
that was forged and the investigations
revealed that the peculations of Hlos
sar extended over a period of three
years. All this timo Hlossar bore tho
best reputation. It is variously esti
mated that ltlossar's forgeries will
reach 3,000. Hcsides he has borrowed
large sums from wealthy citizens on
his own notes. These notes will prob
ably reacli 15,000. Saturday evening tho
Creston national bank filed attachments
against ltlossar's estate for 1,350, the
amount that Hlossar has forged on the
bank. When the officer went to the
blacksmith shop owned by Itlossar to
arrest him, ho endeavored to evade the
officer, and failing drew a revolver and
shot himself in tho right temple. It
was learned that within a week he
attempted to commit suicide by taking
ATTEMPT TO WJIECK A TltAlN.
Valparaiso. Ind., March 11. An at
tempt was made Saturday night to
wreck the midnight passenger train on
tho New York, Chicago & St Louis
railroad about 5 miles west of this city.
Some ties had been placed on the track,
which were btruck with great force
by the engine, knocking it from the
track and plowing up the track for
about 200 yards before the train could
bo stopped. The passengers were all
thrown from their seats, but no one
was injured. It took an hour to get
the ties from under tho engine. It is
supposed to have been the work of
train robbers. This is tiie fourth at
tempt on different roads in that vl
John Sweeney, of Allegheny, Meets a Hor
PiTTSiiuuoii, Pa., March 11. John
Sweeney, of Allegheny, was literally
roasted alive at his homo early yester
day morning. His wife was so badly
burned in her efforts to rescue him
that she had to be taken to the hos
pital, where she is lying in a very seri
ous condition. Sweeney had been
drinking heavily last week and war
under the doctor's care. He was re
covering, and on Saturday night was
sleeping alone. An exploded lamp was
the cause of the fire.
Passed the Danger l'olnt.
Indianapolis, Ind., March 11. Ex
President Harrison, after a week ol
Illness that threatened at ono time to
take a dangerous turn, is rapidly re
covering and will be ablo to be out in
a few days. Last evening Jlr. Harri
son's physician expressed tho belief
that the patient would be up in a few
days. Tho danger point has been
lilshop Thomas Is Dead.
Sauna, Ivan., March 11. Ilishop
Thomas died Saturday night at 9:25
o'clock. During the day ho rallied and
recognized his friends, and strong
hopes were entertained that ho would
recover. At 8 o'clock ho had a relapse,
and from that timo he grew weaker
until life became extinct.
Kansas Stato Ull Inspector.
Topeka, Kan., March 11. Gov. Mor
rill has appointed M.C. Kelley.of Craw
ford county, as stato oil inspector.
Kelley was oil Inspector under Gov.
Humphrey. His appointment is a sur
prise, as it had been tho understanding
that L. S. Crum, of Labetto county,
would get tho place.
Gen Lewis M. Ayer Dead.
Washington, March 12. Gen. Lewis
M. Ayer, a leading figuro in the Kan
sas war and a member of the South
Carolina secession convention, member
of the confederate congress and per
sonal friend of Jefferson Davis, died at
his home in Anderson, S. C, yester
day, aged 74.
Quarantine Against hnmll-I'ox.
Hoxie, Ark., March 11. Quarantine
rules aro being enforced hero. Tho
traveling public is requested to procure
genuine health certificates. iv-imn
nnd bums nro prohibited from entering
i.ue town unucr any circumstances.
'HE U. S.
cially reports ROYAL Bak
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others in leavening strength.
(Butttti JJ, At'tDrjft.t.sV).)
It is the best and most economical.
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A colored girl happened to meet a
gentleman going down a street, and
nearly came into collision with him;
then both made for the other side of
the path, and another collision was im
minent. They then danced back nnd
dodged again, when the girl suddenly
stopped, and said, "See hcah, mister,
what am dis gwinc to be; a schottischo
or a waltz?"
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for
any caso of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by
Uall's Catarrh Curo.
V. J. CuENEr & Co., Props., Toledo, O,
Wo, tho undersigned, havo known I J.
Cheney for tho last lSycars, and belicvo
him perfectly honorable in ull business
transactions and financially ablo to carry
out any obligation mado by their firm.
West & Truar. Wholesalo Druggists, To
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Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken internally,
acting directly on tho blood and micous
surfaces of tho system. Price, 7.V. per bot
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Hall's Family Pills. 25c
A man finds no consolation is seeing
plenty in tho world if bomo other fellow is
eating it. Cleveland Plalndcalcr.
Iirlareus Had a Hundred Arms.
Nervousness has as many queer symp
toms. But whatever thoso may be, they
ono and all depart in consequence of tho
toothing, invigorating influence of Hos
tettcr's Stomach Bitters, which tones tho
system through tho medium of thorough di
gestion nnd assimilation. Tremulous nerves
soon acquiro steadiness by its use. It pro
motes sleep and appetite, nnd fortifies tho
system against disease. Malaria, constipa
tion, rheumatism and kidney troubles aro
relieved by it.
"I lost my head completely. And then I
kissed her 1" "I don't quito see how you
managed it!" Life.
The rulo of the minority that of the first
THE GENERAL MARKET.
Kansas Citt, March II.
CATTLE-Ilest beocs. $3 50 5 50
HOGS Good to cholco heivy ,
WHUAT-No. 2 red
COIJN-.S'o. 2 mixed.
OATS. No. 2 mlrcd
FLOUK Patent, per (.ack 1 10 1 30
Fancy 1 15
HAY-Cholce timothy 8 00
1 ancy prairie 8 50
lIUTTKlt-ChoIco creamery.... 10
CIIKESE Full cream 10
EGGS Cholco lltfQ
CATTI.E-Natl e and shipping 3 4
Tenans a 75
HOGS Ileal y 4 15
SIlEKI'-ralr to cholco 3 85
I'l.OUIt-Cholcc 2 0)
WHEAT-No. 2 red 52
COUN No. 2 mixed 4I' 6
OATS No. 2 mixed Sa
HUTTKK Creamery 18
LAUD Western steam 6 40 0 50
POUK 10 SO 11 OJ
CATTLE Common to prime... 3 75
IIOGs Packing and shipping.. 3 05
SHEEP Fair to cholco 3 50
FLOUK Winter wheat 2 50
WHEAT No. 2 red 5.'
OATS-No. 2. 23!J
LAUD 050 052VJ
POUK 10W 1100
CATTLE-Natlic steers 3 00
fci 4 81
HOGS Good to choice 4 40
rLOUK -Good to choice..
WHEAT-No. 2 red
II ? I? 01
rf St. Jacobs Oil is made to cure&A
"Aye! There's the rub!"
And that ought to be enough in itself to seal the
...CURES WHERE ALL ELSE
TASTES QOOD. USE IN TIME.
106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. WW
A I.ADT who called at a houso about one
o'clock, expecting to sharo tho midday meal
and obliged to go without receiving the de
sired Invitation, bctrajed the current of her
thoughts by taking le.ivo of her frieud as
"dear Mrs. Luncheon."
A oentleman who discovered that ho was
standing ou a lady's train had tho presence
of mind to remark: "Though I may nothavo
tho io wcr to draw an angel from the skies,
I havo pinned ono to tho earth." Tho lady
CALLrn "Did your mother do any of tho
work on this picture?'1 Flossie "Ycs'm;
sho talked for livo or six weeks tryin' to
mako folks think sho painted it," Inter
"How is vour wifol" "Urn, her head has
been troutiling her a good deal this year."
"Nervous hcadachol" "Not exactly. She
keeps on wanting a now hat eveiy four
Mamma "Robbie, why didn't you speak
to Mrs. Banelo when you met her just
now (" Hobble "You said I must always
think twico beforo I speak, and I couldu't
think of anything to think."
She "Col. Firstnito considers himself
such a critic that he never smiles during a
Ecrfonnanec." Ho "But you should sec
lm between tho acts."
Mamma "Why don't you eat your plum
pudding, Hichio I" Hichio (grown critical
witli repletion) "There's too much cologne
la tho sauce."
Men who declare tho world owes them a
living nio usually too lazy to hustlo around
und collect it. Texas Sittings.
5Irs. HorsEWiPE "Aro you a plain cookl"
Miss O'lteilly- "Well, ma'am, they do bo
thim thot say Oi'm quito good lookln'."
A general banking business is done by
the human system, because the blood de
posits in its vaults whatever wealth we may
gain from day to day. This wealth is laid
up against "a rainy day " as a reserve fund
we're in a condition of healthy prosperity
if we have laid away sufficient capital to
draw upon in the hour of our greatest need.
There is danger in getting thin, because it's
a sign of letting down in health. To gain
in blood is nearly always to gain in xthole
some flesh. The odds are in favor of the
germs of consumption, grip, or pneumonia,
if our liver be inactive and our blood im-
urc. or if our flesh be reduced below a
healthy standard. What is required is an
increase in out germ-fighting stt englh. Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery enriches
the blood and makes it wholesome, stops
the waste of tissue and at the !aine time
builds up the strength. A medicine which
will rid the blood of its poisons, cleanse and
invigorate the great organs of the body,
vitalize the system, thrill the nhole being
with new energy and make permanent work
of it, is surely a remedy of great value. lint
when we make a positue statement that oS
percent, of all cases of consumption can, 'if
taken in the early stages of the disease, be
cured with the Discovery," it seems like
a bold assertion. All Dr. Pierce asks is that
you make a thorough investigation and
satisfy yourself of the truth of his assertion.
I)y sending to the World's Dispensary Med
ical Association, Buffalo, N. Y., you can get
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photographs of a large number of those
cured of throat, bronchial and lung diseases,
as well as of skin and scrofulous affections
by the "Oolden Medical Discovery." They
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medical treatise on consumption, bronchitis,
asthma, catarrh, uhicli will be mailed on
receipt of address and six cents in stamps.
doom of bar soap. I his rubbing with soap
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Follow the directions that come on
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that you not only do away with the hard
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At every point Pearline is better than
soap. But the mere fact that Pearline
rubbing that ought to settle it.
Peddlers will tell you " this is as
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ine." IT'S FALSE Pearline is never peddled. If your
grocer sends you an imitation, be honest send it tack. K5
" We think Piso's CURE
for CONSUMPTION is the
only medicine forcoughs."
JENNIE PlNCKARD, Spring
field, II!., October 1, 1894.
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time. Sold by all Druggists.
WALTER BAKER & GO.
The Largest Manufacturers of
PURE, HIGH GRADE
COCOAS AND CHOCOLATES
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firm tha grett
Industrial and Food
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ineiruciiciou uut.Aivr ast iuiuaii atwciuitij
pure mil toluble, &nd cott iM than one cent a ctp.
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GCLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE.
WALTER DAKER& GO. DORCHESTER, MASS.
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DAViS KAKD OR POWER
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qaiMy than tr other known rritemn.
SAVED r.ldNEY MID LAKOR
Blif from 1 to 1.000 Com. IMmplilet
Mniled Free. Arents Wanted
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CO., Soto Hinuticltircn, Chicago, IU.
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