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GLOBE MTTJRLIO. TUESDAY BTENESfO, DECEMBER
3 1885 -"Jgj
RAILROAD TIME CARD.
Clrrr., C.J, tin. X lnd. It
12 X i A ISostou b"
r Cleve A Eastern Kx
4 X. V. Limited Er .. ....
Xltht Express . ..
2 -l..n:ni-ltl ami On. Ac
!7 Iel and Cm. Et ... - --ii
Ciu A Ind'iiTs Ex -
X Olevc. ACIn. Ei . ...
. 3"S)p in.
. y.Vp iii.
. 2:V a. m
11.17 .1 m.
3 " u m
31 Cta . I u.l A tt Louis Ex
5 X V A lioston Ex.-..- .
. :-Vl p. m
tl Spr A On .c(-undy onlvl .. 7sAla. m
IutUana, Itluoiuli.ctuii fili.l XV. lull. Mnl
I Xliht Express
4 lUj Express . . .
8 sccomiu.iti.itlon -
6 Paseni;er.. ... . . ...
1 VIkIiI Express
5 Utv Express .....-.
3 Express.. . . .
AKRlll. FKO XOETll.
1 Xlffht Kxnress
: 3) .i m.
. S lip m
9 1" p i.i
. ill a. in
. ll-S'Va m.
. .-wJ p in
, l:la. m
5 I Express . ..
6 Exprc h .
COINJ1 MISTB. -
: N'tcht Express . !8Jti
4 I'ay Expre-s .. . -..... . liui". a, m.
to Express . .. ... - 5. top. m
AKRIVC rKU OGTH.
1 Xlsht Express 1:15 a. m
5 l'ay Exprcis "4.ia.m
3 Express . 4.40 p. m
Ohio Sjoutliertt llallruad.
2 Mall and Express
10 .30 a. m
AKxirs Ruy cast.
3 Arcomm.xlxtl.Mi . - 9. Via. m.
1 Mall ami Express . .. lajp. m
rflU-, Ciu. X St. Loola K. 1U U M. IIUI
aion. GOIXO a CST.
1 Fast Line.
9 Xenta ccom
II On Mall .
7 Western Express
5 Limited Express
Id Xen a Ac sun. . . .
6 Easiern Express
! Limited Etpress .. .
l(h3) a. m
.?i - m'
'10.,V p. m.
X. V., 1'i-nn. olii K. K.
II Atlantic Express .. .
4 Xe York l.lmite.1 Express.
5 Xew York Express
3 Pacific Express
1 Cln andU'eslern Express
6 M Louis Express -
h-M p. m
-j .i i m
MJVJ p. m.
All trains run by Central time, which is 2
minutes slower t han Colnmbus time.
X n-lxlly tllslly except .Monday. Alt
ofTs daily except unday
try thr Greatest Natural
Cure on earth, the
MAGNETIC SPRING WATER
tir.-.l in 3 call an ran :H 11.3(1 rath.
Cmii it 111 lit rt-llllil ut 15r a gallon.
Iltlit-rt-l lo-ini ..irt-it tli-'i(. lhai.
trs-ii tiMiifit-l rrslUent ncr-it for the
3lRKettcVaterulnl nil or.ler. will be
pniniplly lilliit by Hstnl or telephone.
Call nt 1113 .tore uinl t a leriitiie
CITY DRUG STORE,
Cor. Main and Market Sts.
.lust cive R II. IXH'GLAl-S-t SONS'
CAI'MtlM COrt.II PKOl'S a fair trial;
thej will relieve jour Ciu-h iiisiautlv. .
Thousands testif j to tiiis.
ait.,,.: Tl,,, ..!. ,h.i i;.,.,,,.,. .
(ruiu--uii)ofthemall." with A. 15. Cohen. '
G. II. llarRer.slIolvrt Uell and Frank
llarKer.sUolurt Uell and Frank Wil-1
-jti Ti-. tout f.nt In itufintis-. tia Itiailitur i
a ., .i i.... .i... i
an Mh of Januao banquet at Coluinhu.s. It .
7:l(l a. m.
s.M a, n I
...... . ... .. - l".l a m '
. s.V p. m.
is natural to supposethat the naim-. of John; SUTTON RELEASED (
II. Thomas Oeorgc SiH'tice, William II. Ami Olus Hi- si,i,.f tlif'sir) ..r .lix.sl ,
Ulee, Fuller Truin!, and other disciples of j i"nis. l-n-ti --.. j
SL JacL-sou, ate "liiieh up-' on the list. J. T. Sutton arrested last Wednesday j
inTilUls Itotri and Mireio Institute. ! ni;ht on a charpe of obLiiiutii; poods under
This widely celebrated Institution. located i fa' pretensions was rele-ised jesterdav
at IhirTalii, X. Y., i orpin'ied, with a full afternoon liaviui; furnished the hill of ladiiii; '
tall of eighteen exiH-rienml and skillful forapartof the pols in .iue-tion, and
rlijMcians and Sdrceons constitutuu; tlie ,,. . ... . , ... - - t t -.
iilM.u,pleteor1tatloiiofweUicalaiidj,u"K,,"t,n P- & -
urgical .skill in America, for the treatment "N'1 until he could obtain the necessarj
of all chronic di-eases, hether rojuliiii!: I Mils. In Justice to Sutton Ids own state-nieln-al
or surcical means for their cure- mentof theca-e is given a, follows: He
Ianelous access has I-n a-l.ieve.l in tlie ,, ie antllorizo1 and nded agent of the
cure of all nasal, tliroat and luus diseases. ,.,.. , . ,
liver and kidney disease-s diseast-, of the j c"lhJ " na-r Company at this plac; and
digotive organs, bladder diseases, diseases f the goods In question w ere shipped fnun I
peculiar to women, blood taints and Mn ' Haverhill. Massachusetts, to tho Colby i
diseases, rheumatism, neuralgia, nervous i Wringer Companv at tills pointl
debility paralvsLs, epilepsy (tits), perma-1 ,,,, w " f y
torrhi-a. miwtenc and kindreii affections. , """". ". ,
Thousandsarecunil at their homes through tsent tu t,K" E""! manager of
corrcsuouiienec The cure of the worst .
ni,tures. pile tumors, varicocele, hjdrocele
and strictures is guaranteed, with onlv a j
short residence at the institution. Send 10 I
.i ,. i r. i
rents in stamps for the Invalids- Ouiile-
HooMlfiS part-.), which gives all partlcn-.
lars. Address. World's Dispeiisaiy Medical !
Ass)aation, HuiTalo. N'. Y. i
Columbus w ill lie alive with Sprinjtielil
people, on the day and evening of the
inauguration oiiioiernor roraKer. in an-1
dition to the Inaugural ceremonies, a grand
Inaugural trail w ill be g en in honor or
Coventor Foraker at tlie Park Rink, and it
is the intention to make it tlie grandest ev er
held in the state. The ball Is one hundred
hy two hundred and fifty feet In izc with a '
seathii capacity of 1. MO surrounding the .
dancing floor, and other appointments are. I
to be on an equally magnificent scale. ,
Tickets for one gentleman and ladv. includ-'
in? supper, are SI each additional ladj 52 I
sufficient onlj to meet the attending ex
penses. Col. Charles II. Moore is chairman
of the Citizens" Counnittee.
The poor sufferer that has lieen dosing
himself with so-called Troches and Uierebv
upset his stomach without curing the
troublesome couch, .should take our advfcc
and Use at once Dr. liull's Cough Sjrup
and get well.
ITrilrtitlTl- I'iMk.l ("Vajtriiit. Iloim
MtClIffmd'FlKMiicer. M: Ham Hetchek
o-ii S.1U11011 .minis, .s; omar iiause. w;.r "v'"" ttl r'sui.i-u-i ui .-.euut, u place
Irva Heo, b2; Irwin Wisalanl, M; John ' he has held for nearlv two terms, and In
l.iKkeiite .1, ts:j..eorge l-enniinore. Kl:
Tl . ' ?r:J"WT!'i?X 1
Monroe. CO; Harry Wilxwu 7C:'ciiarlos
Suvder. TO: Carrie Miler. s'J: M.irv Powell,
s::JIarj" Illose. Ml: Joanna Kaiisler, !U: I
... .-. .-....,
Nannie Hotkin. T; Dollie Morris, m:
Emma Albin. 5; Ix'ttie Blose, M: Annie
Collins, SO: Ptarl Schoeiiberger, M; Minnie
Albiiu TO: Xorah Woodard, CJ; Laura
The Christian Brothers. lialtlmore, found
great beneht fmni Hed Star Cough Cure.
Frank Orr, who has been for several
nioutlis connected with the city department
of the fiLoiiK-ItEffiil.lc, and who h is done
enrellent work, has vacated !i!sMpitio!i and
left for Washington, I). C, where he is to
remain during the session of congress. Mr.
Orr made many warm and fast friends dur
ing his comparatively brief sojourn and ser-
Athlophoros great j relieved me of a dis
tressing attack of rheumatism. After using
one bottle I was able to go to work, and I
wlllinglj recommend it to inv friends and
the public O. Thornton. Chicago, Kock
Island and Pacilic railroad shops, Stuart,
Wright, the Enquirer agent at Xenia, got
left h tlie postotlke matter. Perhaps the
posbraster general thought he was Lot
ssWiaftror at least not right
aUtVVaUiat haaSt Jaeobion
--. s, . ,. . .
I' - -vJT
A PECULIAR FIRE.
A Large Trnme llullillngon the mil De--trore.1
Tlie lire department was called to the
comer of T.nl.ir and Pleasant streets t 4
di"k Mils in lrsiing The tire was cortaliilr
ouoiif tin must ivcnliar I'lr vti, aiiJ ut
terl ilestnijeil a l.irjc fr.iim house witli
ten nxmis ami a h.ir-rv-im. on iheMiuthncst
corner, owtieil ly ll.iviil I! ipp ami (hvujmhI
!) Dwld Scliv.iilz."lio ran a salonii and
I Ku'rythlii? wa all rinht win-n the I
i family wi-ut to Iksl at in d'clnck, mulj
aisun at 11, when Ollirers Walker anil
Xieklas cilUil to cet a pair of
tU'ii skates that hail Ix-eii ns-oK nsljunl
left there by the iiiiv earlier in tlioTVii
IiK. When thej called they wero (jien the
kej to the lur room and went in ami
lielpetl themeles to the .skates. At this
time the lire was out and there was imthnii;
wrmi There w ere no 'idenec-.of lirenr
smoke either, when one of the lxianlers re
tunnsl liome at U ochck.
fehoi tl lefore 4 o'clock, Mrs Mason, a
IhMider shvmiu in a front riKim, was
awaktned In a seiisition nf MilTocatiiut '
Slie aroiistil herself to mid the nxnn tilled
' with sniolie. She listened to alarm tho
house, and as tho whole building wis filled
, with Miioke there wa-5 a cene of excite- ,
nieiit that be.jip.r3 description. The j
drafts caued by ojwnlnj dinirs gnw
strcinh to the lire, and the ilauies tx-an
to break through the ceillnis and wnll all i
oir the house in the most uneieeted
I plan's. There were about ilfteen boarders ,
In the house. Shieriim-, half ilresMsl, j
some barefoot and othtrs In their ninht
clothes, they be-an seurrun almut tlie
Ihhiso and out into the cold, wiutn morn-
mjr. Tlie alarm was turue.1 in from tlie
1 N't on the comer by a boarder uaniol
I Hremnier. and w hen the department arnv ed
(lie- luuiiu nil- .tuoit- iioeiioi 111 me iiou-
inrhmes. It was an extremely difficult one
. the partitions, aml In this manner sproail
imt the w Hole lnHisO. It no.Uit lin-ak out
in one place nn-I ai n a iiueneluil
vvoulil Imr-t thniiuh the plastering in .111
other. The house vva wi euuiplftelv I1II11I
with Miioke that it w.is alimt iiniHiSsHile
to work therein without uffoeation. How
ever, the firemen fotisht valiaitly for an
hour anil a half and sueeeodeil fnully in
quenrhlnc the tiro completely. The home
shows little injury on the outsule. tholl.iines
I1.1v iu lirnkeu tJirni'li the onlerwall in
onlj thrw or four places, hut it is a
worthless shell ami will have to he pulled
dovv-,,. All the partition, are lmm.,lout
and the roof Ls ilestrojeiU The people
within succeeded in gettliii; Mime of their
! furniture out, and they were scattered ahout
In such promiscuous shape that a couple of
police were detailed to watch them until
they were moved in this tuunniii;.
."schwartz isawaj at Itainbruke. hut his
1 wife vvus seen this luonilnij. Tlie furni
ture was rained In ttielia- and water, and
stie estimates tneirloss atatiut S500. Iiapji
estiiiutcs hU los ou the huildins; at S2,5XI,
on which he had 51,200 insurance in the
Teutci.ia of Da ton.
"Wliat fu it?" This question is often
asked hy peojile aecutoiiieit onlj to the use
of Hour made hv the ordinary proces.
ttluteu Flour, as its name indicates, is
I sieci.ill prepired, Osjessiiig the Oluten.
i ur tifiafTii inir ntirl rij1at.iatl. ! Al...nt.
""-""" -"........nj, c-u..-
of the wheat, diseardmc entirel the hran.
-1'''1 nearlj as practlcahle the starclu
TIni a lerfect jiroIiictof wheat hasln-en
-"'. l'-naiao'c aim niKiiiy nuiniloiis. ,
's' "-v a'!a'',rtl u,t,v ,lf I---tic
liluten Hour is made bv ranvell Ar
Rhine-, Watertovvn, N.
Y. Write forcir-
cn,ar-i aIuI 1rices-
? wncitinaii omce, a jir. rortcr. l'orter i
wrote to Sutton, telling liuu that the ginxis
ought to Inhere and for him to get them
, ,i, f-:..i,. , . . . . . .
iroin me treicut onice aud set his men to
work "l"'" ,hom- ou went U the ..
V. 1'. -fc O. ticket oflice, and .1. D I'hlecer
telephomsl for him out to tlie freight house.
I inquiring if the goods were there. Thej
I asked if button hid the bills of ladinz and i
were told that he had not, but could "iden- j
tlfy broiself by letter as the proper man.
(This they did by a letter from D. L. I)ol-
they did by a letter from D. L. I)ol
of the American Express Companj,
obtained tlie first batch of goods.
1 son. of the American Rthiis P.m,i..i.t
i v hen the second lot came he telephoned
i m.t fm.it fit. V rir..,'.t V. ..r.-j ..O!.... A...I '
,.M ..vt.. ... .......vuia -A'.1 -- WIUIC tlllll
I the goods were delivered on Tuesdav.
When the ilravtimn il..li.r.-l .1...... 1... '
asked when they could get the freight
bills, and Sutton told him to assure Me-
Oreerj, the agent that he should have
them not later than Fridaj. On Wednes
day evening McGreevy aud an officer came
to his place and put hiin under arrest
Salvation Oil. the celebrated American
reinedj- for cuts, hniNes, sprains, burns.
scalds, chilblains, Ac, can i. llU 0f a'i
'druggists. It kills pain. Price, tvventv
l live cents a Imttle.
! (li.tm;ror l'ostninstenit enin.
, Thomas U. Hrown, secretary and one of
the directors of the Springfield Publishing
i Couipaii-, publishers of the Cloiie-Hepi it-
--'f. ha-, as was statetl jesterday, just 1ks.mi i
which he has shown superior biisi
ness ami .
1 l"- The Xenia Dailj Torch.
h-ht. of Jlondaj, speaks ..fIr. llrovvn as
Postmaster Ilrovvn has done sen ico In th1
... . i.n.n.- an- .u.l. . ...
l-.-i.Mine mi mniij seien jear. lie Is
servnc his mu1 term, w 1.1,1, .wml.l .,.
hive expired until a jear from net Febni-'
...j. ,.i ..- .n.ii- a .o.f.1 HisunitsuT ami ,
an oificiai accei.tabie to ti.e nnhiic .vi..m !
he retires from the postoltice (and he will
not piobablj retire Iiefoie the 1st of Jan-
uarj I he will devote himself exclusively to
the nevv-paiHT business of which he is M-rj
The XeniaDailv Gazette, of last evening,
jiavs it tribute to Mr. Iliovv n, as follows: '
.Mr. Hum m who has bA-n postmaster for '
theia.st snaiul three ouarter vears. has
done the work with perhaps as much satis-'
; . "??... , Z .I V .v, . i- :"L
' ....v .. t n.-.,,fi ,s .me tu imoiii
ami not a
great deal of lalmr. at least for
-ter. it is full of perplexitj. and
rsarwriiiuirmg foi Iiearance and
In this res.rtMr. Iliovvn has
panence in this resw
proved himself equal to the occasion. His
management of tlie olhee ava whole and in
particular can be said to have been done
carcfullj and satisfactory-, to the public
and to the goiernmeiiL
Mr. Brown will now, it ls presumed, feel ,
at liliertj- to change his residence from
Xenia to Springfield. He would certainly
tie a valuable accession -to our business and
CCBCTtaaJBIU AiaOt, Of ywT0Tk-af,
It mU bt worth M,t-J0,000,
THE HAPPY BOY.
With aulclis to Teuneian- May 3na
Ton must wake and call me eorl, call me
eiily. mother deal,
To-morrow III Ik- the happiest daj In all
the II w louij j ear:
The Joj I'll have to-morrow, mother.
simll lioy imlx knows,
I'm soin.; Willi pa to J. M. Knote's, iiiutlier,
for a suit of clothes.
Iits of lojslleoii ourtniet who eostlv
Hut none of all our joll crowd can dress
a well as 1;
There's Tom and .lack, ami Hick ami Hob,
and lots of fellows more:
Hut I dicss best of any, ma, I bu) all at j
.1. JI. Knote's store. '
Tlut nvcmnt I lntuht Ut j far Mill Ihk.
a- will as new.
In -jut' of all tht uso it lu.I I camml wr.ir
ln.ttat uf iiaini; tnrkoy I!miut last
Pa Mid he'd ami set a suit, for tliafa tlu
So kindly call and wake me early, haul me
out of IhiI.
For father wants to be down town In time
foi work, he said
Hut Inst lie""!! go to J. M. Knoto's itore and
Ket the suit forme.
For they hav e not the neatest styles sud
cheap as cheap can be.
Before I tell VOU about Our
.nl. ... ....., ...... !..!
we must pause long
enough to thank you for your
generous support. If I have
ever entertained any doubt !
as tO VOU being ill full SV111 -
1 -i 1 -11 t 1
pathy With US I Will dispel It
at once. I desire no
evidence Ol your Sincerity in
.helping to raise the banner
Thursday, the 26th, was set
apart by our Chief Magistrate
as a day of Thanksgiving, in
...t.:l, ..... u -l 1
W "Ch We most heartily desir-
ed to participate, and would
have done so cheerfully
what were we to do?
tomers crowding our
from early morn until the sun
had Sank far ifltO the West
,111, , . . ipi.. v ji. ii.vi.i.o ii.vis.i.u ruu iiii-
keal hard, honest WOrk Stared .i.r.NT.b.Mie hewn to mend rlirht away
us in the face and we went at i euu -in truth that inv.v,iui:jiuM
. . ... , . I oi-sAVi.NCltl.i: I.1KE. 1 know of live tases
it with a will, and were repaid ,tiut pit. vm. hai.L's ualsam iw-i
at the close of the dav bvl"""1:lu",m.l!1(,tl'er'l,,-'U0rth-"lsheu9'.
, r ,. , . J i
; hndmg our sales far in excess
1 r & . T-i t
,OI ail)' previous IhailkSglV-
I mS- Quite encouraging, I j
1 must admit
To-day just as yesterday.
I can meet your want, be it a
New and fresh goods are
constantly coming in. Where
from? Why direct from the
largest and best factories in
the COUIltrV. All that can be
cnvml i hnvmrr
Can be done right here.
are Satisfied with
mali Prcfit and 0 ne Price .
Satisfied with our system, and
... ' ! I
uiuiu Liictu an, vc cm; aiibiieu
that better clothing cannot be
found for the
Than ours. We can't leave
our customers to tell you more
our stock. Perhaps
they may be neighbors of
yours that we are waiting on.
If so, spend the evening with
them, and talk the matter over
. . . .
betore coming to the Cltv.
t !,,., rPr(, vp rrnnri
lne CCL.I e gOOU
receive cood treatment
VOuVe bound tO also. Everv
i,,i,, -,lf.t- u
oouv nuisi De ireaieu aime
Give US a look if VOU are Mil
, . r ,i - i .i i I
need Ot Clothing. I think We
can Save VOU about as well as
anybody. We kllOW the
quality of goods pretty Well,
ind ,,.lion ,mn kim ti.o'll ;,,
---- "" ""j -.. gm..
yOU Our judgment and
Or not, WC 11 try tO do OUT part '
J. M. KNOTE'S
I BiTir,riiLE Dec. S. Ahuudnvso!..-.!
maa-i imcti!.s 's announced for simdaj
'eivnliiit H.t o at the L H c ih-. 1
xull be tin-.nst i-,,-eti. t the LU '
In the n! .i. .f th. , !- -' fieii i.
i pains will i- s.,i,-j mi . ' ,1 ,4 o t
niakim: it ,i sm.-iss 0.--I -i- ,imis iihui
Sl-rlm,'iielil hie .unssl t In- pns-e.il
'Ihe uti.rj Sihbilli seh.H.I. from its In-fam-j
to He present, mth one or two ex
eeptioiis, hits Ihjrne it banner wi.' m
storms u, n,n ,,s .,l0e '1 he wiiter is t.
the si his, a,, s,alliatli. aii.l n. ., -te ol tin
bitttr cohl weather, loiiud a vn. vixhI .iu
ilnin.1! hustij onaed in w r, after
which a er nppi ipri.iti- scinou was
delivered bj Mr. Naii.li rs. ' f l( t m
Mrs X S.ileiisti. k. of spi n i silt ut
the past wtt k in tho sul.iir! s t e H-uest of
hirpirents. Mr and Mr 1 ,' i 5li
.Ma Hiskinin. of Spiui,li. Id, wilsK-nd
ihe winter with lur s,.t.-r Miss I!n,a
IJiv'tiuan, at the nsulenn of 's,uire
Itockd- -The l'ninkli'i s.iml.i s dool
folks ale rehearsun; tor an eiiterlaoHneut
to lx' iriven Clirislinas i v. iiim. .1 hn
i u'vant is ,.,.,rui.i i,.,ti. .... i
unr"i. Th(. wri,.r sillM.ltflj (.ihw Hut
' ttint ouii! imjitN will --hii vt-l wlm oc-
cui t!u luck Hs(if tliMclmicli. l4'r.
Mi ad hat titcuiiiil .1 iuart ttf-
Thibu!id.t) v!m.1 ma-is nun w- mtMitl)
hold at tin Knitnii s-h. xt I .iiu-( when' a 1
l.irp licld of Nililmth -chool work was suc
cessful!, f-iiltiiiit.-fl ilnriiiL tho n.ist sum-
! Iller. Is rernirl.t.1 .is lu.lit . ,rv -riuiil n'lu.
" ' ""I .. .S. UK.S, .S.J 0- ....
i-chool In vievr of the extreme cold weather
1 decided on that evening to close Its doors
' until the coin'iiii; siirim;. when It will aam
becarrieil on. boiuebod) has greatly ex
I aeterateil the taluo of the cattle recentlv
j Vllleil near this place. To alue the cattle
at the extreme, they wouldn't brii: ovei
fil)n- H. Huiart lias moved hi to hi
new shop, where ho w 111 be louml tussling
vviih a nil hot piece of iron at all hours.
I Keep it with pride, I iippl It with carp
1 ' I'"7!!. I prize it. mj .
inv MMliliu.M there.
' t use ii, as sure as tne ii
'it whie is my teeth .1
moniine licht coiutK.
my t.vtli aud it hardens mj
lis my hrc.itu.-
'iU my erj- he-t
Thy praise I'll ever. Oil, SOZODOXT sins.
Ilie lldttiiiu of tlie hen.
jields no pearl that can exceed in heaut
1 teelh vvhitemil and cleansiil with that in
comparable dentifrice, the fragrant bOZO-
DON'T. Xor i-t coral rosier than the pirns
'in which such teeth are set. So -ay the
I ladies who are the test ml?is in such mat
'ters. "Si'At.DiXd's Oi.ri:. handy and useful.
People are trcttlng tired of
living ill I.o -
tpm eouiitv. Mr. (jrilutli ami
t.it. nf liis lt-tnl S.itnril.iv. fitiil lT:iti H.1M.111
was tished out of a cistern, Monday even-
Another l.lfe -l.ive.1. I
J. C. C.rav, of Pailevllle. Al.u, writes us. j
I "I hn... tw... nsiii- lour III! Wf IIAI.f.'S (
ButllS.VLSAM KOlt TI1K I.t'Ntib. ami I can j
fim 1 a-1). of a tnith, it h fur siiimrior to anj
" I other Itiii;; preparation In the world. My
door mother y as contlned to her tied four vvtels'
with a coturli. and li.ul every atteution Ijy a
(TixkI lihvsici.m, out 110 latleil loelliitu
cure: and when I got one liottlcot jour
tieeu lor ivveni jears.
. . . , . . ,
Arrausements are making to tstabh-h in i
California a colony of 240 families from AI-j
AmerlrKti floods .re
Acros. the 3lcilcan JJue.
Pittsburgh lnanufacturers are branch- j
in out in nil directions, and lind a trade ,
wherever they can. Within the past!
few years a ery- largo trade has been
built up with Mexico, and quantities oi i
all the city's productions go down there,
Iron and steel in all shapes and glass-1
ware are shipped there. The iron and '
steel which goes is generally too heavy i
to bo smuggled, but there, are plenty ol I
opportunities in the lighter forms anil I
glasnware of all kinds. Now, while a
great deal of this glassware pays tho )
Slcxicm duty, nioro of It .goes in free, i
Along the northern bonier of Mc co .
ia strip of country known as "tno ,
neutral zone." Into this Americtn
niade goods can go free of duty, but to
get from there into Mexico proper a
heavy tariff must bo nvl In some
instances this tariff runs as high as three
hundred percent Thisstripof territory i
may have been for the purpose of building j
np ilatiimoras as a free city, -nice it is ,
i touted in tho neutral zone. It u
something alter mc plan ol "bonds in
New York, for instance, by which good
bound for C.iniila can be puccl in bond
and carrieil Uirough thecouutrv without
pavinjr am tariff.
The method of procednro is very
iiniplo. Someone in EI 1'a.so. for in-l
stance, order three car-loads of glass-1
ware from a Pittsburgh minufiicturer. I
It is -hipped to him and in small or j
large quantities it is carried over into
the neutral zone. Once there legul.ir
bands of smugglers take ch irgv of it t
and in small quantities it is carried over I
the line. Sometimes Iheso smugglers
go up to the head of tha Kio Grande
before they attempt to penetrate far- ,
Sometimes bottles are ordereil. Cer- i
ta,in classis of patent invlicines aio on
the free list. The bottles are filled w illi
some solution of water and c. riant I
chemicals and labeled with the name of
l tho pitent medicine. llie.o uw ,
but a few of tho tricks emp! ied. I
nd it would bo surprisinr; mid i
i interesting, too, if all of tlim co'iid be i
I collected. Some of tho msmifaftnrcra !
hcror,cciv?I,,,,? cv,vnowan1 tl,cn'
fioni men in Mexico a-k-ng to represent
H,em' nd""v'"ns,. ."j1 JeT gou
through without paying th" tariff. As
relerencas tnov reter to the two hui i.d I
or three hundred firms for which
are already actinj; us ajr'it-s.
But the Miuiptling is not eon(innd to
Mexico, llight here nt home it is car
ried on, but not to so Lit an ete"t -is
in some other cities. It .s thought 1 nr
to beat a railroad wlift. . T it can bo
done, and it is done. S'. pp -is he-it ilui
lailroads bv crmvdiiip th-c'a n.-at on.
Tho other day lanl nil. n iii-it is n 'i 1
tiled in a hih class, w iss'.iiijveilashinis
in one of the lowe-t Xom-n-' m
have ever been appo-nti I -i . bin n
some of the e.lin the ;..sK i.h. in
toinbine :iud have "in io n i i.i,.) il
th" rif(lit to visit .tin ile; o i.i inn
frp-igm that isbeii:jh'pi 1 J'iiitliiigl.
Walnut, hickory and other nut j
bearing trees make excellent shsdc
trees along the roadsides and in pat-'
tires. Of fruit tree-, the best, and in
fact the onlv one which could be rec
omniended for a shade tree in such lo
is the cherry. Orchard ttnd
Grandpa "Well, Fred, you're an
nncle now Yon ought to be real proud
over it." Little rred ".No, I ouirntn t
to. I ain't no uncle.'
..Whv notv. L.e j
I ra an aunt. Ihe new 1
babv's a jrirl "
- Chicago Tribune.
Frink G. Runyan
aa In OaeaUnghBta'al Bulltlii-
Tr Maqtkx at B' tore.
pedal avUamUoi. lsui to tha pUMrvtc
"tip 0nyhi Col ! ncnnf-i. Croun, AMhma.
IivucLai. V La1 in; (AHJSh. Inclrnt Ootwump-
prrxoni ii lrancri lUgv of
IL tlr-UsV lrU-t)5rt. Cttu.
tii-. llo Ccntlno lr. Ptl
Cn? &TTvp U I-i vrf In
irfcir wrtiiM, n 1 Ur4 onr
n"CTstrri tra 1e-arkn t wtt .
A liuU limit t a IvnJt.a t!l
trtp Caution labct, M. tlT
rjrolmileMjniturrsior J Ait H.
I. fit A C Urtirr .t- fVi K.xl
lTip,liauiriH)rptwa., U K.A.
Chrw I.iniffi"'IMiiM TlmrrtTnhiirroAn-
lliiulcll'lsi IO 1 1. &ol-l L ail llruffcuu.
Ick Jlctt-ifttle and relieve all Oia tremble fact
tuit to t b-ii-jas niatoof the ereum, inch as Dia-
, '?- Kaaprt, Dnwalnri, IIiltcm after ratlsr,
' t - a In te 6Me, Ac While their moat remark-
xbie succ tia wxa. anowa m enrmg
Teaiinrhcyrt CulcrV Little LlTermiiree)jninj
uuaDia in lonstipauon, caruir ana preTenUQjZ
Kn ar.nojlnffCuTnpUait, while they also cornel
. I Jl-nnlcr of tha Btomach, atinsltta the lrrt
uarijuiretlaabuwcli. rca U U107 oslj cured
Ac V they vnnld be almost priceless to tboao who
53 aV r j rum this dlstrcMiig complaint; bat forta
r 1 ,"ly their jxxineas dore no t end here, and thosa
v(i olco try them will And these little rill vala
c Mo la po raany iya that tbry win not be wtUlag
wdowltiiOLtllicm. Uut after all alckbcKl
ti HieMRa c f to tnuiT 11tt that htrs Is where w
ur rrca 1
cults our pchl bot&t. Our pU core It while
IJrrr Mis treTrrnnalliaJ
, Oneor Iwoi'UIsmakeadoae,
Ttcy are rxily Tcgrtatle and do not crbe or
rnro, bntbetbelr eeotle action please ail who
CBOthenu laTlaatScenta; tre fortl. fiokl
ky Urciata eT-Tywhere, or aent by malk
'inTrn MEmrrn: co.-WYork.
J. & T. CDUSINB'
The only GENUINE ones wade.
The most lomfortatla" anT durable
shape tor miking.
Perfect fit...Mbwrinkles...Easr ""
eld shoe...Almays retain the shape.
Will not tire the feeT7nTongaiks.
tfade TiTll widths and all sizes.
Look on Set. for Nam. and Addrau of
J. & T. COUSINS,
A;ts. far Springfield. 0.
Th b st r pai-atinii for protnodii; the
pv.ivth of the lu'r, and for restoring gray
hiir to its original color, is Mall Hair
Kiiicvv er. As a dr, ssin,-. it i uncqualird.
Jlrs. Alfreil Wodctt, 113 Howard St..
Detroit, Mich., wriles: "Itcfore I com
mcii"cd the xx.'0 of
my hair was weak, thin, and gray. 1 am
now oi jcars of are, have ucd the Kc
nivver for the last tin j cars, and pos-o a
hcav v grow th of brow n hair."' Mr. T. 11
Collins, Loganiort, lnd., writes; l
biiiimr grav when I was ouitc josni;
lls'l's Hair Ittniirei lestond lnv hair i
its uninal color, anil inenssvd tlu.
grow lb. It ai-o privcnl- daiidrulf. and
keeps the hair soft and glosy.'
Produces a hind-ome brown or blaik,
with the least exrHiidltiirc of Hint
trouble, or money. It i ahvavs afe and
convenient to us,-, and gives a pennant i.t
tolor to the vvhikers or mustache.
HALL X. CO., Nashua, N. II.
Sold by all Drujgisti..
1 -jt jm
HAND q 7
Jm . "S- 1
sjrupiuthe world. Lures roughs, rolds.
r,. -. , "jo r i l'"li"s '" tne c,'-t, bronchitis and primary
W Pritrhflrn & fail i consumption. One ilose gives relief in everv
. Iff. IlllUliaiU aHUU-icp. Take no other. Price 50 rents and
DEALERS l THR
Patent Siamling Seam Iron Itoollng ,
nnu i orrogai o .-siumg iido v ciung.
sa;?uiiorirs Hexilile Canvas Iliiofingsuit.
abletorall kludsof liuliiliu;s.
ARriitsfnrilie -Mott .Metallic Tin Shingles,
superior to slate for all orn.iinental work. .
i Weclalm that San.lorpb'a Obelisk .Metallic1 !"alal,ra' 'JL:M --;h. "ver and kidiiej
I Paint ami Cement will effectually stop all troubles. The most delicate stomach ac
le.iks in till ami Iron r ifs. an.l that it a roof icpts it with relish. Price tiftv cents.
is roattil by us it will be kept 111 uooil tepalr
for the t rin of live years without any ait.ll-, it is comfortable to know, says the Lon-
llonal oist to tbe owner Tin roofs con- ,, ,,., - . . . ,, i .
iil.mne.lbj tinners a specialty Ml work fully d-m Dail News, spsakmg ot Paris fash-
Itfuarantt'eil torflreyears (ilve usacall. ions, that the needs of small dogs. ,vs re-
i w- Bi.iTi.miiiii.i'n
D. M. PI!ITLH.Utl L(..
13C. w. sialiisi., sprinsliel.l.o. I
'G'AND PULLMAN PALACE CAR
Uxcnrsion leaves Cincinnati llecember I'.tli
fir l.os Vneles and au rnincisro Hound
trip flrsfxlass tickets, i;oim1 six niontlis. only
SIJii ). Clieap ine-vvay Califnriila Kxeiirsion
every month. .M.ipsand tireuiars free.
X It W tUWICK.
Ill Vine L Cincinnati. 0.
PaACTiCAL EUCFSVTI, HORSE SHDEB
Am! Ct-nenll KenirlnK Hone.
COILCKMEKAM) WASHINGTON STS
Did you Sup-
pose Mustang Liniment only good
for horses? It is for inflamma
tion of all flesh.
Newest and Choicest Styles!
No. 9805, Friese Visities, Black and Brown, Elegantly Trimmed
No. 3933, Brocade Velvet Visite, Hare Trimming.
No. 8580, Boucle Visite, Coney Trimming.
No. 2595, Brocade Silk Visite, Hare Trimming.
No. 2500, Matelasse Visite, Coney Trimming.
No. 5675, Black Cloth Visite, Astrachan Trimming.
No. 6720, Ottoman Cord Visite, Coney Trimming.
No. 9497, Fancy Cloth Brocade Visites, Mink Trimming.
No. 1463, Plain Cloth Visites, Beaded Passamentrie trimming.
No. 3730, Ottoman Silk Visite, Chenille Trimming.
NEW MARKET WRAPS in
Mr. Win. Thomas, of Newton. la., sav:
I "My wife has Inrn seriously affected with
a couch for twentj-live vears. and tliii
, spring more scvcrelj than ever before. She
, had umiI man) remedies without relief, aud
j helm; urged to trj Dr. Kind's New Discov
ery, did so with most gratlfjini; rtMultw.
The hrst Imttle relievisl her very much, aud
the second Imttle has ale-olutely curinl her.
5he has not had so gooI health for thirty
1 Trial Kottle- Free at Chas. I.udlow Co.'s
1 Pnig Store. Ijvrse size 51.00.
eier (lire Up.
If jou are sutferiuv with low and de-
I prt-sseil spirits, loss of appetite, Reneral ile
i blhtv, ilisordcrisl bloml, weak coiLstitution,
headache, or anyilLsea.se of a bilious nature,
by all means procure a bottle of PZIectric
! i Hitters. Vott will he surprl'd to see the
rapid improvement that will follow; you
will be inspired with new life; strength and
activity will return; pain and misery will
cease, and limit eforth ou will rejoice in the
praise of Klectric Hittera. Sold at fifty
cents a bottle hj Chas. I.udlow.
Ilnrkletrs Arnica .ilve.
I TmkHi.stSai.vk In the world for Cuts,
Bruls,-.. Sores. L'lcers, Salt Kheiiuu Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chaped lUnds, Clillhlains,
' Corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures l'ili"., or no paj reuirisl. It U guar
anteed to glv e ier.e.t s.itisfaction. or money
refunded. Price 2. centsir box. For
i sale bv Cllirles Ludlow .t Co.
The total talue of the trade of Indn ex
, ceetls iMi.ooO.tMiOanuuallv.
Curt lit- Ileal."
This comes from one whose
it i- out '
among thousands. A I: .I.-nniugs, of llar
hainsvllle. Va.. had siiffensl from tljspep
sia. but cheerfullv writes, 'Brown's Iron
Hitters can't te Ix'at in coming up to all
that is claimed for it" A k anj resp,vt
abledrtigcist for Urown's Iron Hitters, at a
dollar a Imttle.
j Thej saj that Congressman (ia. of Iiui
I iana, has a inilhoii dollars at his rail. He is
l a sugar planter.
In all eases of chronic diarrluea Mislder's
' Herb Hitters h.ts proved its superiority.
I r. lieneiliet. of Iui-asti r, I'a., on his re
turn from the aniij was a confirmed victim
I of this distressing complaint. The thou
and and one so-called remetlie-, that were
I proclaimed as infallible cures had no effect
Uhiii him. In despair he hnallj purchased
a Imttlii rif .Misbler's Herb Hitters, and by
! Its continued use he was spuslllv restontl
Judge of a government by the men it pru
' duces. Judge of a man bj" his deeds, a tree
b)" its fruits, a medicine bj its results. Time
i tried and tmelsDr. Bigelow's I'usUheCure.
1 which contains the goisl ipialities of all the
j best cough remedies without the defects of
1 anj" of them. A safe and speedy remedy
colds, and all tliroat and lung ,
sL.l.l ll. lift, ...t .,..! .1..II., K.
'tumbles. Sold hi fifty cent and dollar hot
' ties. Healing to the lungs Safe and
i pleasant for chililnn.
A Kortiiinitellisf mfry.
A new light is thrown on the subject of
Consumption bj Dr. Wagner Ktmp. di
isiver of Kemp's HaNam for thu Tliroat and
Lungs. A reinedj that has proved itself to
be a remarkable comixiunil. It dots its
work thoroinrhlv. stopnimr a hackim: run h
instantlj. Sold by T. J. Casper. Dnigirist. i
rnce so cents ami M. Trial M2e free. Get
I CIl.MOIiE's NKiTi:AUiIA CUKE is a
iMsitiecure for NVuzalgu in the faie. side
I and stomach. Kor-sile hj Theo. Troiiie,
The constant feeling of lieins "played
nut" and "used up"' can rcadilv he removeil
bv the Use of Ajer's Sar-aparilla.
I KlXMITETO HKAl.TII.
Health is wealth. Wealth means inde-
' liemleiice. The kejnote is Dr. Ilosanko's
Cough and Lung Sj nip, the 1M cough
SI. Samples free. Sold bv Ad. Rikhaus
The great sources of the etensive cura
tive rante of Dr. .Ionr-'-i.vd Clover Tonic
are its great blood pnrifjing qualities and
its gentle oXT,itive action, thereby remov
ing all restraint from the secretive orpins,
curing prnmptlj and thorough! djspepsia,
costiveness, bad breath, piles, pimith-s, low
spirits, sick aud nervous headache, ague.
K,lm" w,,nn fioiniiig ior me winter, are
well l(Hkf-l after. Thej are to be clothed
thisse.ison in plush, velvet, or cloth, the
prevalent fashions bains; the nuhtarj pile
tot, tlie psvche coat, and the amaioii-gieen
gannent. with a plu-.isant or rabbit em
broidered hi it.
A .Irent Diw otery.
Mrs. Emma Clark's Combined Medicine
and Hair Ib-torer removes all dandruff
from the calp and renders it perfectly
healthy. It will cure all diseases of the
scalj), also cures neuralgia, headache, ner
vous headache and remov es pimples from
the face, restores gray hair to its natural
color and produces a luxuriant growth of
, the hair. This preparation is perfectly free
from ixiisonous drags. Satisfaction guar
anteed or tiione refunded. This Hair
' Kestorcr Is prepared and sold bj- Mrs.
Enimi Clark, South Charleston, Clark
County, Ohio, or her authorized agents.
Agents wanted. (live it a trial. Price St
For sale by Ad. lUkhaus A Co., druggists
23 t' Main .street, and H. II. Wolfe, cor
ner Market and High streets, Theo. Troupe,
T. J. Casper. Mnntanus.t Garwood, andM.
W. Webb .- Co
Yfiilif; yim llen.l Thli
I The Voltaic Kelt Co., of Marshall, Mich.,
otfer to send theJr celebrated Electro-Vol
taic Belt and other Electric Appliances on
trial tor thirty days, to men (young and old) '
afflicted with nervousNtebihty, loss of vi
tality and inanh(."rs.neuralgia, paralysis,
and many other diseases. Complete resto
ration to health, vigor and manhood guar
anteed. No risk U Incurred aa thirty dayi'
trial I aulcnrtxL Write them it rmrm lor
Ulojtnt4 pahlet ttm.
all the new materials, trimmed
WE SOLICIT A. CALL.
Superior St., Next to Postoffice, Cleveland, Ohio.
Chronic, Nervous, Skin and Blood Diseases
Sncossfo.ll j treated npon
The Latest Scientific Principles,
Haa dlseoTerril tht grtaUt euro In the vorli for
we-tkDM Id tbe bark an t limbs. tnToln-tarr dla-ch-irv-,
iutpoteacj, Koral JelUtT. ne'Tousnf m.
languo c.nfusion of Ueas, palpiutlou of tbe
be-trt, timldtty, trerabUiu, Jlmns of sl-jht cr
KlddlceM, Jl.se. mm of the hJ, throat, now or I
mid, iSFCtlon. of th. liTer. lann. atomarh or I
ftuectlon, of th. liver. Inrm irnrnvh nr
bowel. those terrible riiaurdr. .rlnnir frnm tha
i.lltarr htblu of youth and secret practices,
bllghllDg Ihelr most ratUnt hp.' or antlclpa
tlons. rerderloi. marrlftfo Impossible.
Those aaffprinff from Xfrrous IVbillty, the
rmptomaof wbleb are a -lull, ditrei-ed mind
wblcb unfit them for ptrforit.ln their busineei
ant octal dutiri. make harrr iuarricM imr.
hlch unfit thera for wrfor.i.in? their bu.in.;
.'.? JMJ"' ' taPPT-arrtag,, .tan. .
il dlcLre-w th- action ot iln hart, fausinx '
tflllhe nf hvt. rlnr.atn if (-. avit fn.
... . . r. . . ' .
T;,n;KalM;("4L-.":V-iU""5r"Mdi,.pwTMm,nt are li. consUnt. companion
haTeaireferncetoiealo..e fpellni, tlrerf In I
1th morolog a when Wiring loat manhood, I
J whit Ine deposits in th. urin. o!rTou-ic?i
trembuDfc, coofuiiou of thouzhtu, wat-err and
ww-t eyes, ajp,jMM, constipation, paleness, pain j
and weakness la tbe Ifmb-i, tc, should consult '
UK. A. LUX. til' imutedUtolT and be reetored to
EPILEPSY OR FITS
Positively Cnred hy a Xew and XTer
fiUling Method, and a (iuaranlee
(iircn in Every Ca-e.
jl. OXJPIEI "W-AJLFLaAJSJ'1'hiL).
j Peraona Kulne.1 In Health br Uulenrned
Month niter sfnth, IllTlnt;
poucne,s.niul Apply ammedlauelT.
nnil TiT'' I m P riTni-n Per(iH:td in old ca-ea which hare been neilected or uaaklU-
Ur.Tl iXa.'llllirj VjLurjO fullrtreited. KoexperlmeoUorFalluree. Fartlesueale
by mail and o'M. but where KMaibU peraonal
CUH8.ESSKr DR. ALBERT, CLEVELAND, O.
Dr. Albert's Next Visit to Springfield, Saturday, January
16th, One Day, at the Lagonda House.
Carefully read advertisements of tne Al
bert Medical Institute. 2l7tf
Ajer'sl'ills area convenient remedj- to'
have alwajs on hand. They are sugar
Coated, easj" to take, effective to operate, j
sure to bring relief and cure. They are
effectual in a wide range of de-eases which.
;iris from fHnrili.r uf thf. af.misih untl ,11.
JOIIX II. YATES, of Hatavia, X. V.,
"I cheerfully commend
Your AISOMATIC WINK:
It did new life and vigor send
Through this weak frame of mine.
It did for all mj stomach ills
ilore than the doctor and his pills.',
Kor sale bj '1 heo. Trotie. ilnugist,
If j"on are tireil taking the large old
fashioned griping pills try L'arter's Little
Liver Pills and take some romfort. A man
can't stand everj thing. One pill a tiose.
SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE
Co.1 Litr Oil, with II,popli(-,pIiitrs, Very
ljal.tt.ible anil Kntencioiia in Wtt-tinc
Dr. C. T. ISrosiuer. Uochester. X. Y..
saj-s: Afterhavine tisisl Scott's Emulsion
w ith decided benent upon myself, I hate
taken great pleasure in recommending it
since in the various conditions of wasting
in which it is indicated."
CUKK lOlt I'll.l.s.
Piles are frequentl precetled bv a sense
of weight in tlie back, loins and lower part
of the abdomen, causing tlie patient to up-
nose he has some eifet-tion of the kidnevs
or neighboring organs. A t times sjinptoms
of indigestion are present, tlatuleney.unea.si-
ness nt the stomach, etc. A moisture, like
jierspiration. producing a ver disagreeable
itching, after getting warm, is a common
attendant. lllind, bleeding and itching
piles yield at once to Dr. Bosanko's
lile Kenieilj', which acts directly ujHin the
p.irts eifecttsl. absorbs the tumors, aliaj ing
the intense itching, and effecting a jenna
nent cure. Price .r0 cents. Address, The
Dr. Bosanko Meilicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold
bj- Ad. Bakliaiis ,fc Co.
As a special oiler for tlie season. Ganlner,
the tlonst, N'o. so West Fourth street. Cin
cinnati, is shipping to anj address a beau
tiful lusket of cut (lowers, seetirelj packeit.
for one dollar, safe arrival guaranteed.
His siiecitltj Ls artistic designing for wed
dings, parties and funerals. His price list
of cut Hon er, floral designs, Christmas
decorations, holly, mistletoe and evergreens
now read and great bargains offered. Sent
die Shakers do rot n-e Cosmetics, but
whoever has stvn them must haje noticed
the bright, clear complexion of the Sisters.
There is none of that tinge of jellow about
the ejes.no dark brown spots on the skin.
Thej look bright ami cheerful, because they
enjoj -rood health, the maintain iierfect di
gestion ty the Use of tlie isliaker Kxtract of
Hoots (Siegel's Srup).
John Conner writes from Koscoe, Mo..
Aug. !", IbSt: "I miLt sav a word or two
in regard to our great medicine. About
four ears ago I was taken doivnwitha
burning in mj stomach and rheumatism. I
began growing weak and could not eat any
thing. I tried everything I could hear of
but could not timl any help. I was induced
to trj a bottle of the fchaker Kxtract of
Hoots, and I commenced getting better at
once. I have used W bottle-, and now I
can eat anj thing without Its injuring me. 1
gladlj recommend it to am one suffering I
The bct on earth, can tmly be saM of
Grijrgs GlccrineSale, which b a sure,
nf nnil firkf-K nr fnr cure lniTi'-i
scalils, bdHis, wounds and all other -sires.'
Will positively cure piles-tetter aud all akin
eruptions, Try this wonder healer. SatU -
twjuuu KUBrauncaxi . or monoy raiunoau.
Only M mU. . -
in Otter, Beaver and Frieze.
Mirrled pjnonor yoon mjo contempUtUf
irrlje, im of phjileml raknw.. Lou i of Pr
!tlt Powers Impowner, or oi ' othr dlul
IrtUoni. .ws-dilT rIiea. H ho ptace. hlm-
MltunJef tbe mi f DR. ALBERT bwmmi
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Jlaimaloe aaicUon which rndera life a tardea
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tr-cusl. rieatroy them and what hae wef Man
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call wlih fnll confidence.
OIL ALEtKr aJJrrwa all Iheee who hare In
jured themeelrea bj improrer Indulgence and
Kiliiairhabi a which rum both mind andbodj,
unfittlnx them for butineee, itudy, aocletr or
I'ret-nHera Who Keap Trlfllna; wttH Thaam
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