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Present! In the most cUtrant farm
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE
in Qp THE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human
system, forming an agreeable
nnd effective laxative to perma
nently cure Hab'tual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It is the most Cxccll.nt remedy known to
CLEWSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one Is ltilious or Constipated
pure: BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP,
HEALTH nnd STRENGTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK 'YOUR DRUGGIST f Oft
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
lOVISVILLE. KY NEW YORK. N. t.
Cojiptkoi.i.t:r ok rat Ccbhency,
Washington, April S, lfcSl.
WnEKKAS, By BatUfnctory evidence pre
Edited to tlie undersigned, It bus teen made
to appear that "Ttie Merchants' Jfatlotwl
Hank of Shtnanttoah," In the Eorougu ot
Bhennndoah, In Ujc County of Schuylkill and
State of Pennsylvania, hits compiled with all
the provisions of the statutes of tho United
States, required to be compiled vyllh beioro an
association shall be authorized to commence
the business of banking.
Now, Tbehkfore, I, Edward B. Lacey,
Comptroller of the Cmrency, do hereby ccr
tlfythat "The -Merchants' National Bankol
Shenandoah," In the Borough ol Shenandoah,
In the County of Schuylkill, and State ot
Pennsylvania, Is authorized to commence, the
business ol banging as provided In section
fifty one hundred and Mxty-nlno of the Ke-
Tlsed Statutes of the United States.
f-J IN WITWEfcS WI1EHFOF, wit
1 1 ness my hand and seal of office this
8th day of April, 1891,
No.,4518. -, E- S. LACEY,
Comptroller of the Currency,
Haret!Ttd rnanytr.oii iid : jOin mtients pronoumi a
lipMly disappear. Am It. ltn rti at lektt two 'ti!rdl ol ft.l
lyir.Jtotr.i irefpmovert. Sd (,,r FflEE BOOK of tslt
noftYatiofmit. rvu IliVQ frtatmcnt CfitC V mill. U
kculoui cures, I tfl UhI I TurnUhcU rntH you nnler.
tiUlt nena ten cent In stamtx tu mj postage nmc&nrl
i pu. ir. ji. ouix.s St euNtf. .taET
RbftomiLtism, neuralgia, plenrleyanii lumbago!
uuo. t mini nw mr wig vy nix uruggB.
A New "Venture
"W- HJ POTTS
Has opened a
AT No. 218 N. CENTRE ST
Sales of 'Besotted goods; notlotis, hardware,
glassware, etc, etc
h Goods Jrora all parts ol the county solicited
Y VlX tUUIIUIUIUUi
THE SEASON FOR
UElXa AT HANI),
Committeemen should bear in
mind that the Herald ofllco
Is prepared to do nil kinds of
at the most reasonable rates.
Give us a call and obtain our
prices. AH work done when
promised and In a satisfactory
Or tlio JLt'iuor Ilulilt, Vatltiwly Curcu
wy mmiiiiuioniiff tv, name
4J old fit ft peel lie.
It Is manufactured m a powdnr, whioh can be given
la a glass of beer, a oup of ooflee or lea, or In food,
without the knowledge of (he patient. It ie absolutely
harmless, ud will cifeot a permanent and epeedy
eure, whether the patient ie a moderate drinker or
analroholio wreak Jthae been siren tn thousand
of eases, and in every iostanoo a perfect cure has fob
lawed It never full. Theeyetem onoe impregnate
fd with the apeclflo.it becomes an utter impossibility
jrthtiltqnor appetite to exist.
48 page book of particular, free. To be had or
C. H. HAGENDUCH, Druggist, Shenandoah
M. HAMILTON, M. D
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
en m e
Tlio rostmnster-Gonoral a Will
NO DEALING WITH BARDSLEY,
Ho Was Not an Officer of the Koystone
lletoro tlio Fntluro Ha Unit n SllUlon and
n Qimrtor 011 Ucposlt Ho Never Uor
rovcil I'ersunnUy from tlio llatilt Tlio
I'rcsldnnt Buys Federal Ollleois Must
TUxplnln Their Transacllons.
PniLADELTniA, Juno 0. Postmnstor
Qencrol Wnnnmaker appeared bofore tho
sub-committee of Councils, that Is invest
tlgatlug tlio nflatrs of ox-City Treasurer
Banlsley, during the day. Tlio knowl
edge that bo would appear gave addi
tional interest to the proceedings.
Mr.Wanainakorboing lato In arriving at
the committee, room, the intervening tlmo
was ocoupied in questioning Bank Ex
aminer Brew. Whilo Mr. Drew was tes
tifying Jlr. Wanamakor arrived, accom
panied by his son and brother.
At tlto conclusion or Air. Drow's testl
timony Mr. Wanamakor stopped forward
with a roll of manuscript in his hand
and stated that ho had prepared and 1 ro
posed to rend a statement in nnsuor to
all tho allegations wincn havo connected
his name with tho ICeystona Iiauk, and
giving u complato account of his truusuc
tlous with that institution.
Before ho began bis reading Mr, Wnna
maker expressed a hope that the commit
tee would aslc him any questions they de
sired. Tho reading and subseauent Question
ing occupied an hour, during which timol
Mr. Wnnamaker remained Blinding.
When . ho had finished mnuy persona
stenncd forward and shook his hand.
Mr. Wanamakor said ho had nevor boon
an olucer of the Keyntc.no Bauk, but was
simply a depositor. Although his conu
denco in tho bank was shakon at tho
time, ot tho run, bo continued tu make
deposits, and in tho flvo months previous
to tho falluro placed a minion nnd r
"I am as anxious," said Mr. Wann.
maker, "and havo as much hitorest, as
any other to provent our city treasury
from losing the funds provided by tax
"Tho firm of John Wanamokeri oon
nisting of threo persons, bad au account
with tho Keystone Hunk. On tills ac
count tho checks of the Arm were drawn.
The firm account, by nrrangemont with
tho bank, was niailo respontlblo for Mrs.
Wanamakor's checks upon tho bank,
wmcu, lor convenience, wore Kept in a
separate account. It was substantially
one uccount undor two heads. Mrs.
Wanamaker's account could not bo over
drawn while tho firm account bad a bal
anco to its credit. Under these circum
stances tho account was not overdrawn
whon tho bank closed, according to our
books, which show a ualancoln our favor.
"It is truo that there was an item that
tho bank charged against our account at
Its. last settlement a month or so beforo
it failed of about ?cf,000, which no one at
our ofllco knew anything ubout, and
which we rofuso to recognize until it Is
explained. If they aro right aad we are
wrong there would be a small balanea
"I never borrowed personally fromi tho
bank, oxcopt on tho ono occasion above
stated. The paper appearing in my per
sonal nccpun5 was paper V66olved in "tho
cqurbO of business, with which I settled
Mr. Lucas' indebtedness to me by reason
of bis having tailed to koep his agreement.
This was rlaper recolvod from our custom
ers in the usual course of busiuoss for
goods sold and delivered.
"Nor did tho bank nor any of" tho
Ofllcors ever lAako any contribution or
donation to mo of any kind at any tlmo.
Inofor Lad a business transaction with
Mr. Bardsloy individually, or as city treas
urer, nor with any ono representing him
in either capaolty. Koltber bad my Arm',
except that he bad small accounts for
merchandise at the store.payablo month
ly. I never subscribed any mqney for
bbi benefit at any tlmo."
Mr. Wanamakor further said that ho
had an agreement with tho late John 0.
Lucas to buy Beading stock. "The agree
ment botwoen us was verbal, that Mr.
Lucas was to personally supply certain
sump ot money us I called for them,' and
deposit the same to my personal account
in the Keystone Bank in accordance with
that agreement from tlmo to time I
THE PRESIDENT'S REPLY. -
Federal Ofllcors Must Account for Their
Action In Keystone Hank Affairs.
Wasihnotqit, Juno 0. The President
had a conference with Secretary Foster
and Comptroller Lacey in regard to the
caso of the Keystone National Bank ot
Philadelphia, as a result ot which ho dic
tated a lettor to Mayor Stuart acknowl
edging the receipt ot the resolutions of
Common Council calling for a govermen
tal investigation ot tho bank, and saying
that bo will inyestiga(e a (borough ex
amination of the affairs of tho bank to
the full extent of his powers, an4 will mo
that auy officer ot the government found
guilty ot wrongdoing in that connection
is held to. a strict accountability tor his
Comptroller of tho Currency Laoy will
furnish all tho correspondence and a
Etatoment of the reasons governing his
action "relative to the bauk. Tho further
examination ot tho affairs of the bank
will bo continued as reqttested. subject
to tho approval ot the United States District-Attorney
at Philadelphia. If addl
ttonal information Is desired as to tho no
tion ot tbo Comptroller, it is probable
that ho will, subject to tho opinion ot
the Distrlct-Attornoy, appoar beforo the
Seventeen Imltotmonts Afialust Itardsley.
Philadelphia, June 0. -Tho grand
Jury found 17 indlctmonts against Bards
ley, ox-city treasurer. Tho maximum
penalty is 85 yearsy
TlieKsmeralda llccelvlng Coul.
Panama, via Galveston. Juno 0. With
the permission of tho Columbian govern
ment the Esmeralda, Chilian lusurgent
cruiser, ) rccolviug about 400 t.'iis of
coal, supplied by tho Panama railroad,
to enable It to proceed to Arlcn. The
Esmeralda will probably Icavo this port
The Itnta to Salt oq Saturday.
TrMrTTTTn. .Ttinn O Tiin TfAtn will t.b
fligliest of all in Leavening Power.
A MAGNETIC PLANT.
An Indian riant That Shocks tho Unman
Thcro has boon discovered in tbo for
est of India, according1 to Tbo Whole's
Sport, a strnngo plant, which possesses
to a very nigh degree astonishing mag
netic powers nnd which is a great
source of annoyanco to hunters nnd
tourists. It has boon named tbo Phllo-
tarca olectrioa. Tbo band which breaks
a lenf from this plant Immediately re
ceives a shock equal to that which is
produced by an induction coil. At a
distance of six yards a magnetic ncedlo.
is affected by it and will-bo deranged
If brought near. Tho enory of this
singular lnfluonco varies with the hour
of tho day. AU powerful about two
o'clock In tho afternoon, It Is absolutely
annulled during tho night. At tiracB of
storms its intensity augments to strik
ing proportions. During rain tho plant
seems to succumb, and bend its head
during a thunder shower. It remains
there without force or virtuo, oven if
ono should sholtcr it with an umbrella.
No shock Is felt at that tlmo In break
ing the leaves and tho necdlo is unaf
fected besldo It. One never by any
.chance sees birds or Insects alight on
tho eloetrio plant; un Instinct 'seems to
warn them that they will find cortaln
death there. It is also important to
remark that "whero 'it grows nono oi
tho magnetic metals aro founds neither
iron, cobalt nor nickel nn undcniablo
proof that the electric force belongs ex
clusively tho plant.
CAUGHT A TARTAR. ''
Unploasant Expnrlcnoo of a Hector TVlic
llcbuked Ills Daughter.
A London paper relates a queer In
cident that happened in a Wilsh church
tho other Sunday. The reotor began to
rebuko his people in severe terms foi
not attending bunday morning service,
nnd impartially Included his own
daughters in tho rebuko. "Whcroupon,
to his astonishment," says tho story,
"up jumped ono of his daughters nnd
told tho people that her father was a
man who, when ho first awoke, could
not riso unless his hot water was
brought and tho towel was placed
undor his nose. Sho related how boots
had to bo cleaned, fires lighted, and tho
breakfast prepared, and then went on
to describe how tho worthy clergyman
required his book and his coat and his
.gloves and his hat and stiolt nnd his
'cake and his wlno beforo bo was ready
to swvrt to ins woruv this was all dor
tailed with minuteness nnd volubility.
Tho reverend father koptt no (servant,
and thcro was tlio household 'work to
bo dono, and, besides, ho insisted upon
a hot dinner served with punctuality.
Under theso circumstances, tho lady
pleadod, was it possiblo for hor to get
to worship oq. a Sunday morning? Tho
sympathies of tho audience woro with
tha daughter." "rar-w
NOTHING LIKE ITI
Blood Is thicker than water,
md most be kept pure to.
Insure good health,
Swot's. Sracino is natures rcmoiy
for this purpose.
It never to fails ellmnate the lmpta
ties sad build up the general health.
There Is only one Swlf fs, Speclfla,
and there is nothing llko it
Be sure and gpt the genuine.
Treatiso on Blood sod Skin DIscom
The Swift Speciflo Co., Atlanta, Oa
tuck Headache- and relievo all tho troubles lncf
dent to a bilious stats of the system, such S3
Dizziness, Nausca, Drowsiness, Distress arte?
cstlng. Fain lu the Bldo, &c Whilo their most
ftmartablo success has been shown la curing ,
faeaaiehe, yet Carter's Llttla tJver rflla irl
enttag this anno jIrjjoompliUnt,wlillo thcyauia
correct all disorders of thoBtomachtlmnlale tho
tlTcraud regulate tho bo web. Evonlf theyoal?
f Aclie they would bo almost prleeloss to taooovha
I eaffer from tMs distressing complaint; but fortu
i Cately their goodnessdooa notend hero.and thosa
.Vfhoonco try them will and tbesollttloplllDvalu
Icble In so many ways that they will not bo wll
iliog to do without them. Ilat after aUelck bead
Is the bono of so many Uvea that bora la whera
Wsmakaourgrcatbotut. Our (Ula euro it while)
i Carter's Littlo Liver Pilli aro very small and
very easy to tane, una or two puis raanoa aose.
They arestrlolly vegetable and do not erlpa or
purge, bat by their gentlo action please all who
.usethem. In vials at S5 cents nefortl. Sold
'by dragglsts everywhere, or coat by mill.
CARTER MEDIOIHO CO., New YorkI
U. S Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Illshoii Kulcht Dead.
Milwaukkh, Wis., Juno 9, Bishop C.
F. Knight died nt 1:40 p. m. Ho was
stricken with la grippe soveral weeks
ago and on Saturday last bad a rolopso,
which was followed by a stroko of pa
ralysis. Deceaed was born lu Boton
and w.ts 00 years ot ago. Ho was conse
crated bishop of this Episcopal diocese,
two years ago.
On Trlnl fur Illot nml Consrilrnor.
Uniontown, Pa., Juno 0. Tho trial ot
John McSloy, O. M. Parker, Michael Da
moti.anil 127 others for conspiracy and
riot at Uniontown during the coke strlko
has commenced beforo Judge lugrnhain.
All are being tried together. J. II.
Schoonmaker and Thomas Lynch nro tho
prosecutors. Moro than 100 witnesses
will be examined.
Apply for LitnilH In tho Adlromlnclcs.
Albany, N. Y,, Jtino 0. Messrs. Clary
I and Paddock, attorneys for tho Adlron
j dack& St. Lawreuco Hallrotul Company,
havo mnde formal application for lands
in tho Adlroudiicks to tho Land Board.
They state that they only doslro to tako
160 acres of State land, and that thoy aro
willing to pay the sum of $3,000.
Tho Luthernn Synod.
New YoriK, Juno 9. Tho convention
of tho Lutheran Synod of Missouri, Ohio
and other States discussed doctrinal mat
ters, tho particular subjoct being the
proposition "by faithfuLjtdhoronco to tho
word of Qotl, alone, can tho truo renew
ing or sanctiflcation ot tho hoart and life
be wrought among us."
What the DriiQgists say
' When ho Areufilced to recommend a prepara
tion for skin (llHCtlSti, we timid out IIkiskkli.'s
OiMTMRNT.Mlth every conildonce of Its success
ful tieatment of Uiu disease."
J. 0, ItUDitK, 0 Wain St., Butler, To.
"I havobeen Bellini? nntiKPLL's Ointmknt
for eleven years. 1 1 clvi universal satisfaction
Jtwlll cure Tktteii.
(1. W. If At'KENDKRacB, nalnbridgc, Tr-
" We have evldenco of tlio curative properties
of IIeiskkll's Ointment here. It Is a Koorf
1'LEMiNo & Esleh, Tarentum, To.
"In all skin diseases I Invariably rccommed
J. J. Keil, Sharpsburg, To,
"ITRiSKrTX-8 Ointment cures when all else
falls." McCi.ei.lan Jt Heed, Frccport, Pa.
'Hfiskell's Ointment sells on Its own
merit " u. li. Hilton. KtUuuuuijj, Pu.
( East Mahanoy Junction)
Wild West Show
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
Indian Village, Cowboy
and him Encampment
rrND the only herd ,of Trained
" and Spotted Mustangs. The
whole hlktory of a nation told In a
thrilling drama of olvllliatlon, de-
Elctlng the perils, hardships and
erolsm of pioneer life on the
plains, requiring In lu completion
over 81)0 daring scouts, t nippers,
cowboys, Indian fighters, Mexican
fapooaes. A herd of spotted Mexi
l'onles and Texaa Bronchos.
The largest and grandest exhibi
tion of the bind on tho American
continent. Owning and traveling
In Its own handsomely equipped
railroad train. The first bl ouao of
Mexican Vacqueros direct from old
Mexico, beaded by Don ze Anno,
the famous Mexican leader, and
Honor Francisco, the king ol all
riders and roperu, expert and
matchless In lariat throwing and
i'ralrle Hchooners and Indian
Travoys, whole herd of American
BUFFALO and TEXAS STEERS.
A true representation of an
Indian : Buffalo: Hunt!
Hlinwlng the manner of branding wild cattle
to our Western liontler; startling and
wonderful dUplay ofsbarpihootlug
by irontlersinen, cowboys
and Indians led by
MoJ. G. WIUUM LIXLIU,
Knmous nnd fearless Pony Express Itlders,
showing the mode of carrying Important dis
patches across the plains before tho Introduc
tion ol the telegraph. A band of verltlble
Mexican vacqueros, direct from Mexico, the
greatest rough riders In the wot Id.
1'erlormances every nfteruoon. Special ex
cursion trains each day.
Don't forget tho place and date,
Lakeside Driving Park,
J!att Matianoy Junction,
HE 15,16, 1, 18, 19 ad 20
THE NEW PREMIER
Thompson tho Choice 6f tho
STRONG MEN FOR fBTS CABINET.
The Government Organ Predicts a Ee
newid of the Annexation Abortion,
Tho Mlnlitera o ttl0 tnto Cubing view
Sir .Jiili'A'g lleiuuliis-They Will Act n
tV.llbcurers nt thn l'tir.ornl To-lnnrrow.
A Strong Vunllnv that nn Autopsy Oug-ht
to ho Mndi.
Ottawa, Ont., Juno I). Tho political
situation is beginning to nssnme dell
nlto shapo. Sir John Thompson tho
almost unanimous selection, of the Con
servative members of the Commons and
Senate for rromlor.
lion. Mr. Abbott, who has been urged
for the position, has stated that he would
only accept It when no other mini is pos
sible. Tho Cabinet will bo reconstructed
and the dtrongest meu nro to he taken
from oach provinces It will, in all proba
bility, bo composed ot Thotnpon from
Nova Scotia, Fonter from New Ilrtins
wick, Clmpleau and Langeviu from Que
bec, and Daltou, McCarthy or Meredith,
and liowoll from Ontario.
The Empire, government organ, says:
"It is plain that Sir John's disappear
ance from the stago Is to bo tlto signal
for a movement toward annexation now
that the opportunity has come, and ovory
forco that can bo invoked for blotting
out from the map the name of Canada and
handing us over as ono of tho Northern
States will bo marshaled to the fray with
sir John iViucdonald's remains Ho In
the great dining hall at Earnscliffe. The
casket stands on a pedestal lu tho center
ot tno room, and all tho. appointments
as most imposing. Lady Mncdonald has
somowhat recovered from tho prostration
consequent upon hor husbaud's doath.
The mlnistors of tlto lato Cabinet mot
at 10 o'clock, after which they loft tho
council chamber in carriagos for Earns
clilfo to view tho remains of tho lato
Premier. Tho Cabinet ministers will act
a3 pallbearers at tho funeral to-morrow.
Thero Is u strong fedllng that an au
topsy ought to bo roado on tho body of
Sir John by independent medical men, in
order that tho public lni:' know what
was really tho causo of death'.
SUICIDE BROUGHT FAME. '
A r.omlon roper Tells Ifotr Tom Thumb
Mmlo His lilt.
Tho beginning of Tom Thumb's ca
reer of almost uuoxnmplcd prosperity
was not without vicissitudes, says tho
Loudon Telegraph, In its llarnum obit
uary. No mado his first how somo fivo-nnd-forty
years ago at tlio l'rlncess'
theater, lu Oxford street, but the pa
trons ol a houso then dedicated to tho
performnnco of English and foreign
opera, could seo nothing worthy of ap-
piauso in tno clumsy nntics of a dlmlnu
tlvo brat dressed up as a earlcaturo of
tho great Napoleon.
The "gonernl" wos a complete fiasco
on tho stage of tho Princess. Tho show
was transferred to tho Egyptian hall,
and thero, by what appeared to bo a
stroko of ill luck, but which practically
turned out to bo an extremely fortunate
contingency for tlto dwarf, ho unwit
tingly came In collision with tho bravo
but hapless English painter Hnydon.
The hugo pictures of this Ill-understood
artist woro being exhibited In
ono section of tho hall, nnd attracting
only a fow shillings, wlillu th,o "gener
al" in another part of tho building was
drawing a hundred pounds a day. Short
ly nftertvard llnydon, In n paroxysm of
insanity, engendered by sheer despair,
According to tho fitness of things,
this lamcntablo cutastropho should havo
beon tho ruin of llarnum and his exld
bition. In tho newspapers of tho time
ho was hold up to execration as a "Ynn
he showman" with "yawning pock
ets," and tlio diminutive urchin whoso
popularity had maddened tho poor
pair-tor was denounced as "o disgusting
dwarf." Tho takings at the turnstiles,
nevertheless, increased dally, and Tom
Thumb only suspcudod his crowded so
ances in Piccadilly to make a trium
phant tour in the provinces, and an
equally remunerative Continental
yarlot ICleotroplatcs tho Hon,
Dr. Variot, ono of tho most dlstlni
guished physicians of tlio Purls hosph
tals, makes a striking propostion foij
tlio transformation of human bodlos into
indestructlblo mummies by moans of q
process of elootroplatlng. Ily this moans
the entire form is surrounded by nn en.
volopo of metul which preserves each
feature in tho semblanco of life, Bays
tlio Scientific American.
Tho process Is somowhat complicated
in practtco although slmplo In princli
plo. The skin of the cadaver is first
painted or sprayed with a solution oj
nitrate of silver, which turns tho Bkin
an opaquo black. Tho body Is thcii
placed undor a boll receiver In a partial
vacuum, into which vapor of wlilto.
phosphorus dissolved in bisulphato oi
carbon is allowed to enter. This re
duces the nitrate of silver and leaves
tho skin a grayish white, llko a plaster
Tho noxt stop is tho application o
tho metallic coating. Tho frurno supi
porting tho body is immersed in a bath
of Bulphate of copper, electrical con.
ncctlon having been mado with tho ton
of tho bkuU, tho bottoms of tho feet, thq
hands and soverul oUior portions of thq
body and limbs.
Dr. Variot uses threo small Chaudroq
thormo-clectrlo batteries to supply the
necessary current, tho passago of which
causos tlio uninterrupted deposition of
the motal. A continuous layer is soon
formod over tho body, and tho metallic
skin may bo mado ot any thickness do
sired, but a coating of one-twonty-flf th,
to ono-flftloth of an Inch is sufllclent ta
resist blows and shocks and still pro
servo tho features in every delicate do-
We arc a patient people the
ox is nowhere in comparison.
Webuy lamp-chimneys by the
dozen; they go on snapping and
popping and flying in pieces;
and we go on buying thevtiy
same chimneys year after year.
Our dealer is willing to sell
us a chimney a week for every
lamp we burn-a hundred or
more a year and we plow for
him, pay him for goading us.
Macbeth' s " pearl top and
"pearl glass" do not break
from heat; they arc made of
As hkely as not our dealer
would rather his chimneys
would break; " it's good for the
business," says he. He buys
the brittlest ones he can get.
' What are you going to do
about it?" ,
ntUburg. " Q so. A. MaCSITH CO.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878.
W. Baker & Co
from -which tho excess o
oil has been removed, is
and it is Soluble
nro used in its preparation. It has
more tfian thru times the strength ot
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, nnd is therefore far morn
economical, costing less than one ccnl
a cup. It is delicious, nourishing
strengthening, easily digested.
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons iu health.
Sold by Crocors ovorywhoro.
W. BAKER S CO., Dorcbesler, Mass,
and other special,
ties for Gentlemen,
EJPted, mil sostampeil .on Iwttom. Address
W.Jj. Il(IUHI,At5,I!rocutun,aiiis. Soldf
tTosoxDlx 33 .oil,;
Siuo nml Vinviirds
CAN BE INVESTED IN
A POBITIVli AND HAFG
Dividend Paying Stoolr.
Full particulars and
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