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A Life's Regret*
c^ Turning: the leaves in an idle -way f?,
Of a book I was skimming the other dayj"f
I found a line at the end of a song,
Which KeepsMn haunting me all day long ff%
With its sweet,and mournful melody,
love^ my love, had you loved but me!", m)
Sadder a burden could never be Iff
Then "love my, love had you loved but me!"^'8
Pew words and simple^ but, O, how much
The singer has told in that little touch!
How hard a story, of chances lost,
Of bright-hopes blighted and true love crossed,
la heard igthe whispered melody,
"O love my love, had you loved 6uf me!"
To many a sorrow the key may be
That "love,my love, had you loved but me!"
I don't believe in what poets have said
Of hearts that are broken and lives that are
Lives well ordered will stand to their conrse,
And hearts of true metal ring little the worse,
Butthey vibrategtill to that melody,
*'0 lovc'.my love, lad you loved but me!"
Mv life fs well but what Would it be,
Sweet "love, my love, had you loved but me!!!
The world rolls on and the years roll by,
Day dreams vanish and memories die
But it surges up with a restless pain,
That fond'loat longing ever again,
Breathed in the passionate melody,
"O love* my love* had you loyed but me!"
It might have been, but it cannot ,be!
TeC"love my loye, had you loved but me!"
"NevB^bpys? not now, sir, but I hev bin,
and Teddy, tool- Teddy's the little feller
as does arrunds for the bank.,, I'm a
workin' in the telegraft, and asvery good
sort o'job it is, too, sir.
"You see, it comes around kind o\
queer like, and*I never look down at my:
decent clothes and my clean hands but I
think of that cold winter's night when
Teddy's father djed of the tremors, and
left both^of OK without a home or a loaf
o'bread. I'd been stayin' at Teddy's,
seein' as how'I had no other place to go
to, and when both of us found
ourselfes orphans we concluded there
was nothin' for us. but to beg or to steal
to keep from starvin' to death.
'I'd liever die afore I'd take a cent
as didrvt belong to me,' eays, Teddy, as
we stood before a restaurant window, a
lookin'. at the good things inside and
blowin' our fingers with our breath to
keep the frost from nippen' on 'em. 'I
say, Jack, wouldn't it be a rum'un, ef
some milionaire u'd a start us up in the
'Nary ^millionaire,' says I. 'Folks
don't go airotrad huntin' for sech business
talent as you and I hev got,?
I went on,
and then I turned, suddenly, tor a man
as had been standin' near us. a big. well
togged' feller, teched me on the shoulder,
Weil^-my lads, in hard luck?'*
I should say so,' says Teddy, and
between kickin' his toes and blowin' his
fingersto keep them warm, he told the
man all about it.
And how much capital does it re
quire to start in business?' he says, with
a sort o'.a smile, after he had listened to
'A quarter '11 do to begin on,' says
The man took out his pocket-book, and
Tba him a dollar.
Take that my little man,' he says,
and I hope you'll not deceive me or
yourself, and inakc a good and proper
use of it,' and he jumped on a car, a leav
in' us'half laughin' and half cryin' at
cur good luck.
My eyes!' says I, Teddy, we can go
to the theater and have a good meal for
Tejidy looked sort o' grave at me.
41' ^pt much, Jack. We'll buy a lit-
tle bread and bunk under the sidewalk
until mornin'. Business is business, and
I mea^ to do a square thing by that 'ere
chap as did the handsome thing by us,
you bet?' -'/.v- :::X
So we went intp'"the newspaper busi
uess, a bunkin'in a cosy spot under the
sidewalk. We got some old rags and
some straw, and it was better'n nothin'
to cover us up with.
"I remember the night when a big
streak of luck struck us, and we went to
the theater. It was late when we came
home and we had crept into our bed,
and bad snuggled up together to keep.
warm, and was talkin' of the theater and
the actors, when we heard a hurryin
rualin' sound on the sidewalk over us,
and two men came, a runnin' down past
the werry place where we was, and be
hind 'em'" we could hear shouts and
"'Drop it, Bill, you fool I' I heard one
on 'em say, and as a couple of shots was
tired, one of the fellers jerked suthin' he
had in his hand over near where we was,
and dashed with his pal through the al
ley-way, a couple of policemen after 'em.
"We waitedfcfor nearly an hour, not
daring to stir, for fear if the peelers
found us boozing under the sidewalk
they'd nab us and have us vagged. (Beg
parding, sir these slang words come
natural like.) Then Teddy he creeps out
and picks suthin up that the two fellers
had dropped. 'Lor"? he says, in a whisper 'it's a
"We didn't sleep any more that night,
for we was too much excited, and as
soon as the mornin' papers was ready v^e
went after, 'eni.
"Teddy .could jead, a^id he looked
over the paper the first thing, fdr the box
which lie had hid in the straw was upper
most in his mind,
"And what doyou think? Pear me! if
there wasn't a full column about a bank
robbery the night. before, and the rob
bers *d got away with a tin box contain
in' twenty thousand dollars in bonds and
"'No more work to-day,' said Teddy,
after we sold our, papers, and we went
back to the straw'under the sidewalk and
folded the box in a paper. a:?I\e.
ant business with the bank."
"It was eleven o'clock when the little
feller and myself walked into the bank
.,\iri- ,?.iit.i*tm i.MgiW
as was named in the paper as bein'
robbed, as big as life."'
"'Getout^ you young vagabones!''says
the ianitor on seein' us.
'Vagabone yourself I" chimed Teddy,
'an' no music I" ^W^^-^MWW^
'What do you wantf %^-^:f&^m
*I want to see the.bank.'^^ :f/||^ ,ft
"'This is the bankl Como. young man
step out.' _'
"'I tell yer 1want tosee the head man
finally tuk us into a little room, and there
the werry identical nob as had given us
the dollar sot a talkin' to two fly cops
about the robbery.
'Hullo!" he says, kindly-like to me.
'WelU boys, what can I do for you to-
'Are you the bank?" asked Teddy,
'I am the President of the bank.'
says he. 'Whatis it my little man?'
'T%^ Tgddy %ps and tells "him"the
story and hands him the tin box....
''Tou'd ought to see them fly cops
frown at losin' a stake in goin' after the
crooks, and you'd oughter seen that bank-t
er take Teddy,s hand, with a tear in his
eye and. a sort o1
you'd oughter seen how proud Teddy was.
a week after when he found hiifuself em
ployed in the bank,, and a thousand dol
lars to his account as a reward for his
"As for me, I'm in the telegraft, and
all through Teddy'saetin' on the square."
Many imagine all advertised medicines to be
worthless nostrums, and indiscriniinately.con
dem them but is it not an injustice to the
thousands of respectable citizens who give
voluntary evidence of benefits received, to
thus question and doubt their, veracity and
integrity? Faribank's standard scales are
extensively advertised. Does it necessarily
follow that they are inferior in make, and less
accurate than others? Have they not been
demonstrated to be among the best? again, is
it common sense to suppose that a physician
with capital could be induced to harzard it
and a hard earned reputation Upon a worth
less article? R. V.Pierce, M. D., of the world's
Dispensary and Invalids Hotel!, Buffalo, N.
Y., is the proprietor of the most popular fam
ily medicines in the market. His reputation
as a skillful surgeon and physician has been
fully established for many years. Would
physicians and clergy, after having tested his
medicines thoroughly, unite, in commending
them to the afflicted, if they possessed no
merrit? The undersigued take pleasure in
recommending Dr. Pierce and his Family
Medicines to all who may need them.
C. R. FairchUd, M. D. Seneca, N'.'T. W. B.
Cousins, M, D Alhia, Iowa M. J. McClellan
M. D.,6arrattsville, N. W. F. Hazletou
M. D., Silver Lake, Kan. F. 8. Miner, M. D.
Veazie, Nev. Geo. Dieterich, M. D., 105 Vin
Street, Baltimore, Md. J. H. Shetrad, M.
Paoli, Ind. Geo. B. Chapman, M. D. Platts
mouth Neb. T. J. Casper, M, D., Springfield,
Ohio James H. Porter. M. B., Gorham, N. II.
D. E. Wells, M. D., Bristol, N. H. J. A. Miller,
M. D., San Leander, Cal. J. N. Camp, M. D.,
Baladan, Mo. Jos. S. Burr,M. D.,W. Lafayettje,
O. Rv. E. N. Harmon, Elsah,111.: Rev. Isaac
N. Augustihe. Shipman,_Hl. Rev. Thos.
O'Reiley, Newman, Kan. Rev. L. Weston,
BuckHn, Mo. Rev. L. A. Dawson, Homer, 111.
Rev. W. 8. Long, Graham, N. C: Rev. Andrew
Adams, Calhoun Ga. Rev. A. P. Moore, 712
Washington Street, Boston, Mass. Rev. I. A.
Thayer/M.D., Baconsburg,Ohio Rev. LP
Profflt, Palmyra, 111. Mrs. Elizabeth A. Boyd,
Falls 1 ltv,Pa. J. Spencer, Union City, Mich.
Geo. C. Bazzill, Renovo.Pa. Mrs. M. Kerns,
Palmyra. Mb.: Mrs. E. R. E'sley, Metropolis.
HI. Samuel Farner, Java, Ohio Sisters of
Charity, St Vincent's Asyluin, Troy, N.t.
Nervousness and Sleepless nlghtsare cared
oythe use of Dr. Graves' 'riEART REGU-
LATOR. We have tbe grateful testimonials of
many who have been cured of this disorder.
For subduing the Nerves and bringiug the
Heart to lis natural functions Dr. Graves'
HEART REGULATOR has no equal it is not
claimed a cureall.but a medicine which goes
straight to its work, relieves the Heart of its
burden, and enables it to produce the blood as
it should, givinc.Kfe, and tpne to the system.
If you have any trbuble with' your Heart no
matter how slight- try the HEART REGU-
LATOR and you will say it is a blessing.
Send your name to" F. E. lNOAi,M,4eoncord
A cable dispatch to New, .York Herald May
11th says that'Gen. Grant wa?placed upon a
square, American platformthat of the Howe
the first time in his life "found wanting," hav
ing lost seventeen pounds by. his Egyptiari
trip. ..r... .,j
sfAfhers! Mothers!! Mo erslV? ^%oirt
fail to procure Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
for all diseases incident to the period of teeth
ing in children. It relieves the child from
pain, cures wind colic, regulates the bowls,
aud, by giving relief and. health to the child,
gives rest to the nvjther. It is an olcfluHr well-tried remedy,
choke in his voice, and
"Puss in Boots is a mythical person
age, but the dog in boots is no imagin
ary creature. In the regions of eternal
snow and ice, where the only beast of
burden is the dog, the cold is sometimes
so intense that sharp icicles form De-
t"-een the claws of the canine sledge
travelers. This causes a most serious
obstacle to the speedy progression of the
dogs, and would, after a few days, render
them utterly unfit for their laborious
duties, as the icicles grow larger and
larger as they go pn, until the poor
creatures are quite unable to stand. The
older dogs, however,' will every now and
then stop and bite off the icicles from
their feet. Not so with the novice. He
trudges wearily along every step he
takes adds to his torture,..and altera
time every imprint of his foot" oh the
snow bears a red stain from his cut and
bleeding paws. At such times, the di/g
boot is called into requisition by the
driver, principally for policy, but occa
sionly, let us hope, out ot humanity. The
dog boot is generally made of raw hide,
and is simply shaped like a small bag or
pocket. This is drawn over the foot ot
the animal and made secure by tying it
round the ankle with a leather string.
Thus protected, if the surface of the
snow is pretty level, these wonderful
Esquimaux dogs will travel at the rate of
forty miles a day for many days in suc
Light '.white, wholesome biscuit, rolisj
bread, and legantcake, crullers, waffles.
doughnuts, muffinB. au^'g^ddle cakes of
every kind, are always possible to every table
by U6ing DOOLBY'S XEAST POWDKB.
'Wood Tag Plug
New York. Boston and Chicagoy'
Instantly is none too quick to relieve croup.
Many children have died -While a Are was
making. Johmori'* Anodyne Liniment gives in
stant relief, and, is. a sure cure. Half tea
spoonful on sugar. Every family should keep
it in the house.
The'adulteration of condition powders has
got to such a pitch that one can now buy av
pound pack of dust and ashe* lor 25 cents.
There is only one kind now known that arc
Strictly pure, and those are Sheridan's Cavalry
^1 OratMt Discovery tne AK is DT
ToblM' eelabratwl Venetian i.ln'imBt! 90ruabo6t
the pabUe, ad wsmntod tocarDiirrhe, Dysentery,
Col o, and Spurns, taken internally and Croop, Chronic
Bhenmatlsm, SoreTbjoat* Oats, Mrn)se, Old Soros
and Falnes in the Limbs, Back,'and Chest, externally
IthasnoTer ailed. Ko family wiU ever be withont it
after once siring It a*fair trial. Prtee 4 0 eenta. DB.
TOBIA.S' VBNET1AN H0K8E LINIMENT, in Pint
Bottles, at One Dollar, Is warranted superior to any
othe or NO PAT, for the core of Colic, Cute, Braises,
Old Sores,etc. Bold by all DroMistt. Depot-lOPark
Plaoe New York. C"v' Tf^'
ii f-.?.- S:-itf&.
At this season of the year the human system Is liable'
to become disordered from th insufficient efforts of
the liver to discharge the excesses of bile. If nature is
not assisted in her. efforts, severe bilious attacks., or
prostrating fevers neoesslsarilr follow, causing great
suffering, ande'en Death A little timely precaution,
however, will prevent all this, and may be found in that
favorite household remedy.
ttmnOJIS' MVEB BSGIJLATOR.
*Jlmmoiui' Uvw RK*dtor has been in use for
half a century, and there is not one single instance on
record where it has aUed to effeot a cure when taken
In time, according to directions. It is without doubt
the greatest Liver 91ltctn in the world is per
fectly harmless, beirg carefully compounded frem rare
roots and herbs, containing no mercury, orany injurious
mineral substance. It takes the. place of quinine and
calomel, and has superotided these medicines in places
ir have heretofore .been extensively .used.
Procure a bottle at once from jour Drcggist. Do not
delay give It a fair trial, and yon will be more than
satisfied with the results obtained.:
AS there are a number of Imita
tions offered to the public we
wonld caution the Community to
buy no powders or prepared Mlm
avea wi unless in our engraved wrapper,
with Trade-Hark, Stamp and sig
nature nnbro en. None other is
genuine. Original and genuine
MisrcrrAOTUBKD ONLY BT I
J. H. ZEILIN &CO^
Price 91.00. Sold by aU druggists.
World.- Frcti Samples
Agents for 3
forpo-,ta4e J. Bride & Co.
1297 Broadway NewYork
out and 40 best
Artfcles in the
THE ORIGINAL & ONLY GENUINE
MOUNTED HORSE POWERS,
And Steam Thresher nsrlnes,
Made only by
NIGHDLS, SHEPARO & CO.,
JSATTL CHEEK, MICH.
E Mntcfaless CSraln-SaTing,
tut.i S)onuy-S*Tlnx Threahera of ibis Time.*danyda
.wncrntlon. Iiuyend all Rivalry for Sapid Work, Per*
roct Cleaning, and for Saving Grain from Wattage.
RAIN Ralsern will not Submit to the
cnarraou of Ontin the work done by
once postedon differeoce.
E ETIRE Tbrrohlaa EznetMes
uui ori. Jlai amouat eaa made by
Grai SAVK by inarove Hachinee.
Rovdlrlmr Shafts Iaetde the Sena*
ratur..feiilirL-lyirw Irom Beaters, rVkera, KadUlea,
alt snch tline-waating and rran-watting
ratlnna. Perfectly artnptcit to all Kinds and OeodKloaa f
ratur. Kutirut (r Iro Beaters tVken Katulle*
and OenidKt a
Grain, Wet or Dry, Sbort, Beadedor Boaad.
oalr Vastly Ur Wheat
Oata, Barley, Rye, like Grains hut th om.r
In FUx.Tlnothy, an
Ilka seeds. Require* no attaehsMBta- rstaOdtac
to ohaag* from Grain to Seeds.
S for BlaialleltT Part*.
nalng leaa tha one-half the usual Sslts sad Oeara.
ef^eamrateni Maato, raas
in nix Twelv *ise,aad two Kyleaaf
Moaatod Bora natch.
Pwer Threahera av. SjseetaJey.
A apaotol atparstor mart* oipresily tar Iftean rower.
Uarlraleel Steaaa Thresher Ea
Kinae, with Valaabt* laapraveSMoU and DIMacllva
hr beyond aay otaor nak* or kind.
rartaTSiiaplotsasss ef ntslpnat,
Oatan sr IsoonasrsWoi *to.,or"Visa*Toa"Tarsssi
_ilara,'citll s Dealera
OR. Part- i
H^ for a circular containing list of: testimoni
als of cures, Ac.
Price 50 cents and $1 for sale by druggists..
jl en. Srsat at tb Paris KkposlUon.
Teiy few escape tiils afllictlbn. .The symptoms
are dizxitoess sick Iies^ltehef'coetiveness belch*
inzupoffoed lossof appetite aversiqnto*jfertoc
of bodv or mind highly colored urine heartburn
TAKE TUTTS PILLS
rTefl yaaahave proven theirefficacy in all biliary
disorders. They restore the liver, stomach' and
kidneys tohealthful action give appetite, good di
pstion add vigor to bodyand mind.
:,Bev. K. L. Simpson, Louisville, Ky., says:
Sayitt A Co^ Drnegists say: We melt flft*
Price, SS cents. Office 3FMttrraj st, New Yorky
_8end us yoursame on postal card, and we wUl send
Most popular Piano ever Sold In the West. SVVCMII'
VIO per month. Piano, stool and Cover,
DYER & HOWARD
09 KAST THERM STBBKT.SlJ. P^SVVIM
i GOOD OLD
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT.
FOB MAN AND BEAST
EOTABI.ISHZD S S YXABS. Always cures. Alwayt
ready: Always handy. Has never yet failed. Thirty
"millions have tasted.it. "The whole world approves
thfl glorious old Mustangthe Best and Cheapest
liniment in existence. 25 cents a bottle. The Mas
'sng Liniment cures when nothing else'will.
BOLD BY &LL TMraiDlbrN^VBSfDERS.
Homes in Minnesota.
FORTY MlXLIOlf bushels
of *tit, making EIGHT
MIULIOM barrels of Flour,
worth over Fifty Million
DeUan. THIRTY-FIVB MILLION bushels
ot Oats, Corn, Bye, Barley. Buckwheat, and Potatoes.
dredaadFlrsFLOtTRISrCl MILLS, Fifteen hun
dred and eleven Kun T\ 1 jOTSton^. The
The best WateFPow-* *vwwuw a j,, the United
KUtea. One Hundred and twenty tb.onsa.nd
Hon* Power at St. Anthony Falls alone. FITM
UN UKRlt MILLIOA FBKT of lumber sawed.
GJtEATJtU8& for Choice WHEAT LANDS.
train crowded. Land offices bese'lraf wittfthrongs ot
appUeants. Wisconsin, Iowa, and Kansas also coming.
We Invite the world Into the KHPIBB STAU
OF THK SOKTHWKsT. Twenty Flvo
aUUlonaoresoflandawaltingseUlement. I Ann
fresHoaej, Fm Sclidols, FreeLuis. 1A//
sent post-pau Pamphletlobenttght.post-] FakeI* witKh a fine
an wil sent,,
1HT everywhere,- t-o- every country.the world
jroitsr nr. BONO,
over. Apply to
See*r State Board of Inuntgratlon,
Mt. PanL Hlnneaota.
AND SATE THE POTATOES.
MVjatK DEATH to the Colorado PoUto Bnf to
only to bo had by the nas of Paris Green. Prof. Cook
and others say that all other- remedies have failed.
KSUORSBBBT A.M. VULXBE, AOKlI
CTLTURAI.KDITOB O TK*!*?SVll.f*
PURE PARIS GREEN.
Made by W. Devoe A Co., can be relied on for the
extermination of the Potato Bag- and Ootton Worm.
Circular on the use of Paris Green distributed free pn
F.W. DEVOE &CO'S
For the convenience and economy of oontnmers of
PA.ISX the well-known house of W. XV. BKVOS
A CO., now prepare
PAOTS BEAJJYFOB USE
They are uniform la shade and the colors can al
ways be matched. Anyone can paint with them.
need of a painter to mix it for.you. No need of a dry
er or other'ingredients. The paint is ready for imme
diate application. Send for sample cards showing dif
ferent shades They have very superior ooverlne prop
erties and do hot, like the so-called patent paints, con
tain either water, benzine or alkali. These paints are
in liquid form, and are sold in gallon cans and barrels.
They are also put up in small cans of one to five pqunds
F. W. DEVOE & CO.
Manufacturers and Importers of Colors, White Leads
Zinc White. Varnishes, and Artists' Materials.: COB-
NEK FULTOITAND WII.T.IAH STBEETS, (OLD
DUTCH CHURCH CORNEK), NEW YORK.
ASTHMA & CATARRH.
Dr. R. W. Read's. Celebrated Astama' Relief' is un
doubtedly the best remedy for AatnntMndCatarrlt
yet di covered.also a sure care for (Colds) ahdConsrlM
Relief is guaranteed, or purchase price refundedTgam
ples sent free to any who may desire. The medicine is
pat up In two sized packages, and, .retails for GOo and
$100 I)oz. price $8.80 and $7.00. Those remittinKretaU
price will have the medlclnepromptly forwarded by re
turn mail. Address A. ETHRIDGE, Manufacturer
and Proprietor, Rome, N. Y. i _:
north their weiahtin
Brown's BroaohU Troches forOoaghsaadOoldda.
A LO W PRICE
pOU mos A HapsQo^itt^ft^b'tU^^oSSmo:
OBWARintheEASTandCCBSE of B.VVU
BlbleA Uiromo House, 0
Cheat WeetetStmvTorks,Pittfcrg, Pa.
it YOSUK, St. UMlft.
SVED^ No medicine. Book
i. J. WOOD, Madison, Ind.
"I *ewlnjt Machine Needlei for any Machine sent
ALMv, St Paul Minn.
Montn-AGTS WA*TJBD86 b^t
Wo TlnJtw^Termsand outfi Free. Ad
dress P.O.VICKBBY. Augusta,
.M^^IT gains. BEATTY.Wasbingson.N.J.
m,n eiAEAa co.*n,
Superiorin design. Not equaled
to quaUtr. or as ttssekeepar*.
Ask your jeweler for them.
The late Mill Explosion will have no effeot on th
great BostonOne^riee Clothing Store Minneapolis.
People from Neighboring towns visiting the ruins
shouldcallon thisthe largest retailstore in the State.
EVERY SOLDIER, SLJnTw.
cave entered a homestead i leas tusit 1W acres, are ostitled In
r. slsim for the remainder of via acres. I pay hifbest emsfc
pr.ises for soea otalats. $6 00 paid,for isfornatioD. ot persona!
ert^tled. Land Warrants bought. Address, h. BLAjDK.
U. AVGer. 6th and Walnut. Streets. Oinelnaau. IUe!
$10 to $25
ABAYRVKK made by.
Agents selling bur Chromoa,
Orayons. Picture and Chroi,
mo Cards. 1S S Samples,
worth 95, sent post-paid,
tor S5 Cents. Urastrati
Catalogue Tr*. J*. Bt. BmnPO| BONK
Boeton. [Established 1880.1
CONSUMPTIOK CAN BE CUBED!
PlIIHONAii a certain remedy for the OUBK of
COSaVHPTlOR and all diseases of the Lnnaa
and Tnroat. It invigorates the brain, tones, up the
system, makes the ak strong and is pleasant to take
Price One Dol ar per bottle at Druggists, or sent by the
Proprietor on receipt of prioe:. A pamphlet containing
ptiV*i*, many certlfl-
valuable advice to Consiua
cates of ACTUAL CURBS, and u_ __
accompanies each bottl-,or will be sent free to an:
dress, OSOAKO. MOSES. 18 Qortlandt street. N. Y,
Dunham & Sons, Manufacturers,
Warerooms, 1 8 East 14th Su,
[Established 1834.] NEW YORK.
fPriees Reasonable. Terms Easy.^l
Awarded highest prist at Centennial Exposition for
Jin* chewing qualttiet and exeeOsncs and lotting char
aettr of muttering anil JhtnHiig. The best tobacco
e* osde. As onr blue ship trade-mark: is closely
imitated en inferior pood. ee that Jatiton't Sett is
on everyplag. Sold by all dealers. Send for sample.
0. A. ikoruoH Co.. Mfrs.. Petenbnrr. Ya.
Peeassse* a ataoh greator powsv restoring'to
healthy state the mesas wssbraae of the nrothr
than either Onbebs or Copaiba. It never prednoss
stekooss,tocertain and sinsdy la ttaaetloa. Ittofast
*npsrssrtla every other rsnsdy. Btrty oapmlas ears
la six or eight days. HeetherssadletMoaadothla.
THREE MONTHS' CREDIT!
Owtagto Its arse* sassssf, away aabsutatai aa*
been advertlssd, saoh as Pastes, Mixtures. Pitts, Bal
saau, see., all of whloh have beta abandoasd.
Donrlas Dick A Co.*s Soft Cap*tle$ eontatnimg
OH of SandaUtoood, told at all drug ttont. A*
for circular, or tend for one to 35 arid 87 Woottet
ipyBJQV. DR. CIiARK,Writes.--
I have, much. pleasure in saying
Fellows' Hypop'hospnites improved
my general health amazingly, it
gives a clear skin and healthy coun
tenance, but to kitow its virtues It
Imust be used, and were It within the
reach of all clashes I believe it would
bo used universally yes, by the well
to renew thsir ape, and1
by the. siok
to make them well.
It makes an old person ten years
younger. "This witness is true."
Woutd'that I could more widely
make it known for its ntany virtues.
ALEXANDER CLARK3, D. D., Amherst, N. S.
I heartily recommend'Fellows' Compound Syrup of
Hyppphosyhites.to all troubled with any difficulties or
diseases of the lungs or nervous system, believing that
had.'I not used it I would not now be living.
HARRIS COFFIIX, Windsor, N. 8.
Consulting tifflce for Consumptives, I
Western Medical Institute, Cleveland, Ohio.
B. JAMBS I FEixows^-Dear 8ir,We were i
duced to' prescribe your Compound Syrup of Hypopho
phites by Dr. MoMaster.and its use has been attendo
with such satisfactory results ssto warrant our employ
lhg it largely front this time forward.
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