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CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, .1895. Vol. XX No. 28
A FATAL SHOT
' Illinois (iame Law.
The following' is an abstract of the
Illinois game laws, indicating- when it i
r- n i ; is unlawful to kill or have in posses- i . . .. , ..... ...
For Murder in the First ision game, with the penalty of each iAnd Charley Mitchell is
AT THE NORMAL.
Have Matney Was Indicted by
special tirand Jury Tor Murder
In the First lleeree.
i offense. As the game laws are im-;
; portant and will be inforced, it will lo j
' well to cut this abstract out and place
: it conveniently for ready reference:
Wild goose, duck, brant, rail, or I
To 1m; convened under the auspices
of the State Hoard of Agricultural at Entertainment and Iteunlou satur
Jackson, Cape Girardeau countv. on i day Evening at 7:1 3.
j Tuesday the 2ii day of November and j Song O Italia. Italia Chorus.
to continue two days.' There will be Essay Social Features of School
three sesions each day. ! Life Ella Brownin.r.
WILL HAVE NO PULL.
The Ohio .Man Who Wants No In
dorsement for Federal Office.
New York, Nov. 4. S. C. Packard
of Toledo, O., is at the Fifth Avenue
Hotel. He has acquired a national
' other water fowl.
Dave Matnev. the m.in who L-ilieil
Deputy U. S. Revenue Collector Mont I sltember 15, to fcK.
P. Wade, was indicted bv a special i Deer Hnd wild turk?y. betw-n Jan.
Grand Jury at Benton Saturday and I V' and SeIlt- V' to 2'
.e are informed that a spec htl term of i I'"natod grouse or prarie chicken,
"he Circuit Court will lie held to .rive ' l,etween X,v- 1 1 Sept. 1.",, ST. to.i
the murderer a trial.
Matney was taken from
-Marion t ulley Fired tin- uot That -,lul nluS session opens at ju o clock. ueeiamauon extract lrom tne r.uio-. reputation as a man who refused to
F.nded t!.e l.ile oi a strannc Man. ; afternoon at 1:30 and evening at 7 :.'!. j g.v on .las. .1. Beck. . . .Kd C. Stuart i anow any politicians or business men
Mondftv:: s'runn-e mnn .rut itf n 1 These meetinirs a re for the iliiuum ! Recitation Btethoven.; ATnnnlicrht t ,.1.... v: . i: : t .t. . r
hctuwn n.-;i I", -mil . . . - V" " i , . ! . . -; wii" ippi:uu lur uig iuii VI
. " i train at u ueatiand. ill., ana went i agricultural topics, a free inter-1 oonaia, Lizzie Taylor.
into the post-office and asked for mail ! ohange of opinion as to existing con-juration The Influence of the Pen
for Charley Mitchell. The post- ' ditions, the best and most profitable ! G. W. Fads.
jail Saturday to Benton in spite of
all the threats of lynching and he was
not lynched. The good jteople of
Scott county could not afford to have
a lynching in that county. They said
that Matney should not lie lynched
and he was not lynched. He killed a
good man. it is true, but that is no
reason why he .- hould In: hung up by
a mob. Benton is in the great. Stale
of Missouri wh-re the law is adeijiiat-'
lor tne punishment of criminals, great
ind v.v are proud of a peo-
determined lo see the law
enforced. Give Matney a fair and
impartial trial and then if he is
guilty of the crime of murder let him
pay the penalty, but let t;ie law ;n
f'ict the punishment.
master handed him a letter addressed j waJ' of handling our Ijerds. growing
to the name asked for. The man j ol,I stock, concerning our soils, and
took the letter and left. That night ! considering such other action as will
.Marion Culiey who sleeps in the store i continue Missouri in the front ranks
where the post offii-e is kept heard j among the live stock breeders and Ag
some one trying to break into the j '"'cultural produivrs of the world.
store He 'rut bis ttH-nlvi-l' urn! lii-ml f i'he sneakers :i re nr:ii.ti...i T ,.-..11
llnr rr.il . ... 1.1.. ..I- I ,..,! :.......... , " " ' ... '
" " "'I"-""7'-" ' throu"h the door. He neurit :i man I versed in the suleects tliev will
Puffed gi'otise. pheasant or quail,
between Dec. 1 and Oct. li " to
Woodcock, between Sept. 1" and
July 1"). ft.j to pfj").
fa'.l and when lie opened the door he j -"cnt, but are not imployed with a view-
Music Hungarian March
Mr. Kckhardt and daughter.
Recitation Old Friends
Oration Should Woman lie Free
a. C Summers.
Kssay--The Two C.ood Times
Declamation La Fayette, .1. A. Vaeth.
and June 1, .jto i'2.
iiniawim to sen. slop or carry: n..i...ji.Mi..!.itn,i;,.i,i: r.. i ... ... . ' t x i r: .
out of the state at any time any pin-i ,...,,..,,..., f .,. ...i , I ,.t t'm t, ....... .:
i the mail addivesscd to iiarlev Mitch- I consideration of subjects in which!
"I' ,.!! -T-l... ..,.. .. .,...... l!l- liiivn .............. l !
Wheatland and i:o one seems to know I reasoning together for the full dey,--
i to : .. l.,.,,t 1.;.,, t, ...... ,,... oimient f.f Mirti-i . ?...,! ti.
ir.y water fowl , -cv. .1. i,:. ,u!t. i! T..ri..- c..i- iv u. '
I ...111" . IMU 7.1 ...A Uti:i 111 liie; - J . I, . , 77. 1.(111.
j bread near the heart and he never ! Murray, Dr. T. .i . Turner. 1J. M.
nated grouse, prairie chicken, rulried j
grouse, pheasant, quail, squirrel.
wild turkey, which has been killed or
taken in the state of Illinois.
It is unlawful to kill
p'e who a
i Ixfyond a natural covering of reeds.
cane, v.nu nee, etc., or to use any
sneak boat, sin!: box or other device
for purpose of concealment, or to use
any swivel gun. sailboat or steam
boat to pursue or kill any said water
fowl, S.1 to fti'i.
Inseetivourous and song birds are
not to lie killed at any time, penalty
after the shot was
ma!! was no iiou'-
; lent on
. tor ea'Mi nitense s.i.
All eases of violation of gam.- and
i iish laws will be prosecuted by the
i state association. Springtield lic is-
The :!;es i'rrblr A ppeaiMliee.
An American gentleman, recently.
favoivd with an audience with Poiie
l.eo Xlil. thus doscrilies the event, in
a private- let'er:
We have just come from having an ! r"'-vs Aiu ,,!e I'i,r"1,'r-
audience with the Holy Father. Hod-1 The last bulletin issued by the Di
iiy Jie appears to le very fcvliiy. If j vision of Ornithology of the Depart
you wei-e attending a sick man. and j '"cut of Agriculture is a report on the
A Maine Ileer -tory
Jfst what one man
wanted of 7i trot;t it is
imagine. Vet tiiis is t::e
and Mrs. i. j). .---.veet. of
said io have tai:e:i f;-o:i K nm
j Dell ami John Patterson will attend
l ob- 1 cntiiv series of nuttings.
Dr. K. II. Jesse. piisid.-nt of the
't State University, imjiressed with the
I imuortanitr of an educated populace.
i:;d his wife j and believing that agriculture should
s dimVult -to j advauco with other professions, will
number Mr. j attend such meetings as will not eon-
l.oston. are; diet with his duties at Columbia.
o : J Yof. Henry J. Waters, dean of the
this season, an.., nun-cover, had an College or Agriculture, a MissouKr.n.
adventure that does not fall to the lot i and one of the brightest in.;,..ilt..,.i. ,tJ
ige sportsman. One day ! iu the United States, will endeavor to
he j attend all the ii:eetin.s. Of the fneiiitv
he looked ;ls the Holy Father does,
you might be inclined to say: There
is a man of whose death I may hear at
Eiiy particular moment, yet he may
live leu years."
There is something even in his bod-!
i!y apjH arance I know not what it is !
which causes you to 1'uink he may
live a long time vet. If however, his i
health is feeble, his mind aiuxvirs to ! poultry and
economic status of the common crow,
based on the examination of about
loiio stomachs. These examinations
sustain the charges that are brought '
against the crow, namely 11 ;. that it j
pulls sproutling corn: i'lj that il in-!
juivs the corn in the milk: Cij that it
destroys cultivated fruit, and (4) that 1
it feeds on the eggs and young- of i
wild birds. But when ;
o! tiie aver
they saw a
with Li::', and very
mm !es;! : tii -u- noa'.
miics. stroking his way
then, as if h" wei-- an
they reached the camp,
boatloads came out
e buck ci-osing
.rd chase i-i sght
nploMie tcdlege of
Free silver's Appomattox.
I The elections in Kentucky and in the
I Eighteenth Illinois Congressional
! n:i.;..t tt,,. ... .. -i...
free silver folly. That in the Eigh
teenth District is especially emphatic
and decisive on this point. F.dward
Lane, the Democratic candidate, voted
for free silver in 'every instance in
which that policy was brought for
ward in the Fifty-third Congress, and
he opposed the repeal of the Sherman
law. His canvass this year was made
upon the silver issue, anil Bland.
Bryan and other 111 to 1 advocates
j took the stump in his favor. The can-
vass on Lane's side was much more
active and i thorough than it was for
W. F. L. I lad ley, the- Republican can
didate, and Lane had another advan- i
custom coyector for the disdrict of
Northern Ohio. Residents of Toledo
and other officers and Congressmen
have otTered to sign the application,
but he says tho present method is
wrong in principle. Ho spent two
cents for a postage stamp and refuses
to spend any mom in office-seeking.
Mr. Packard's friends say that he
might ha vo been appointed long ago
if he had allowed them to urge his
appointment on the IVesident, but he
says that while he would not object to
the office he does not approve of
scrambling for it.
HAS CLEARED THEIFIELD.
i.olitely guided i Paul Schweitzer, Professors Whkten.
in IS!l)i the Ofllce May Seek the Man
on the ljiuocratlc side.
Washington, D. C, Nov 7. There
is a grim smile over the revenges
which time has brought in the over
throw of certain Democratic leaders,
whose course has not been regarded
as Democratic. It cannot bo discov
ered that any friend of tariff reform
in Washington grieves over the de
feat of Senator Gorman or Senator
Brice, for to these two men has been
ascribed no small part of the scanoti
of the Senate conspiracy against the
Wilson bill. It is not deemed possi
ble that either can hereafter play the
prominent part he has aspired to in
two i Mumford and Sic
tage in the fact that the district is ! the past,
normally Democratic by a large ma-j The defeat in Maryland
Vet the Republican lead in . upon not as a defeat of tho
I i' i 'v 1 1 1 1 ' f i .i (i v.. n .L o ui nit? Leiiiueru-
the district this week was ::il or 40 per I ey, but of Senator Gorman and the
cent longer than it was in the tidal machine.
wave election of 1!U. j It is not considered possible that
In the Kentucky canvass, too. there j the overwhelming Republican major-
'..' wounderfuliy clear. He ha
bright, and at the same time
i the different kinds of food have Ix-en I
ich at- i ....... . . ' .. T" , . I
).,-r n.i- i .... i : . , . . J"Illi- 1 el ine i ,eiiu oilcan lean in
; .-... in--, tin; .1 sin il MJIHIS ; j
ihi tiet, until j their departments may be represented!
wiier.7 sevt'i-a! j with most lirolit to the farmers and at
ii greet him. j such times as they can be absent from
: their duties in th college. Ail these ;
peakers are callable, exiierieneed and i
practical men. Thev wiil ridels., i.nlv
rar(ieau. Mo., has awakened wh.-it th..v !, ,l.....,...t..,i , -r-i"" " '
l.vpv dd town it used to be ! prolitab'eand wh:.t has m-m-ed s,,......- ! alln(,st ""'""'n series of victories in j legislation which have l)een punished
m..n I lr..l- f..l ...:.u .!.,.. ... , ,
i . . i nii tiicin. v ime out ami near
As others sec I
were similar au vantages on the side I ity infthe oming House can be rc
of tho free silver champion. Hardin I strained from committing the fatuous
very ' li'duced to quantitative iiercentages j gressive ( "airo. tin.
His face j :tn'J contrasted the injury done by the I a grand awakctiin
birds is comparatively slight. The J content with !ei:ig
I great bulk of the grain consumed is ! way river town. f
' waste corn, picked up here and there. ! and not ambit ioi
and of no economical value. The de- i Houck gave it :i
I struction of cultivated fruits is also
! trival. while the eggs and young of
all from pro-
place has received
:. It was formerly
a quiet, out-of-the-I'owisig
s to spread. Mr.
when he proposed to obtain railroad
connection with the outside worid. A
kind expression of the eyes.
is remarkably refined.
In this i-esect his pictures hardly
('.o him justice. Seme of them give
you the impression of a'man of strong
character, but they d,, :.t indicate
the softer graces. To mv mind, the
face of fj-O XI II..
very strong mentally, and at the same ; ,'t'llt of l"c food of the crow. As ; in the undertaking, but he succeeded,
time very gentle. His face. I should :in !T set to the bad habits of the bird and now the Cape has railroad out-i
say. has Ix-en made gentle by prayer ; Is " lje credited with destroying i lets, both to the West and to the Fast, j
.aeditation. It is the face of a gentle- j many noxious insects and injurious j In the course of lime, the Gannons. :
man gentle and at the same time I animals. Abont 2'i per cent of his i from here, looked over the ground
ma nl v. - Boston Pilot. ! entire food is insects, most of them ! and suggested water works and electrii
Maie lor near l- lortv vears,
i ........I.... ...) 1...
41 ... 1 . . . , ... I" 1 .--.NUllt V Ifir I III l.LI . .lllti 111."
ti.. iii. iiuu coun.-ci iin mem anu with .. ... , ,
..... . , j the most tin trough and earnest can
one another, that you may prolit bv , " ,,
,,, . , , .1. ' , vass ever conducted by a Democraiu
I :i nil ST7I L-. nlh.i" li.i,-. ....1.. I-..T.1 I .
" " ,' ' I candidate in Kentucky in recent years, ito-dav
upon the road to success. Don't for-
T(.t tin. Aula' fl.n'l 1. ... tj, il... 1....... ..
triiiies. :iiiiin-)ii tne tie is me '
large!-1 which has ever ln-cn cast in; lialiard's snow J.lnlmcnt.
t'ie State. Kvery Democrat went to , There is no pain it will not relieve
it ti,..t ..f .. i Poultry and wild birds amount to oniv 1 man of less ..er.'v w.ul,i b:ive fniled ,.,..t:.., ......,. i ! uie pons, out a large proportion 01 no seuing u win not suo.lue,
..- '.in ... . uiiku i i - --- - 'j'.v.-ni:.-.imni.lllililli'tr.llll Hut
by defeat to often in the past. There
is a belief that Tuesday's result will
clear the field of presidential candi
dates. As a Cabinet officer remarked
There will be a strong dis-
i A normal Democratic majority of rjo,- j position next year to let the office
or 40.(KK was behind him to en- ,' seek the man."
home! Don't miss a session! Don't
neglect to bring a sample of your ag
ricultural products! Don't fail to ask
ad Work ot'Taria lit lorill.
liansom Mi-I.eary Found Dead.
Ransom Mclx-ary. aged about fifty
years, was found dead at. his home up
in Randal township Sunday. Mr.
MeLeary was sitting at the table writ
ing and when his sister called him to
dinner he did not answer. His sister
called him the second time and then
went to him and found him. dead. The
deceased was a brother of Prof. Mc-l-oary
of the Normal school. His
sudden death was caused by
! c-rasshonners. Ma v Wiles, cut worms ! lights. The tteoii'e b.id imhiltetl snf. ! Democrats conterning
; and other injurious kinds. The sea- 1 fieiently of tiie
son of the May beetles corresponds on readily, and now they have a sys
with the breeding season of the crow. J tern of water works and another for
and -these insects are the principal j electric lighting not surpassed in the
food of the nestling birds. After the j United States, for their completeness
May lieetles disappear the crows con- j and perfection. They also have an
. ' . .t 1 ..e .7. . il r-:.i.
mouern spirit to catch i 'l'1-" ' '" inicj
lias not Iteen jirovcd false?
them voted the Republican ticket, j wound it will not heal. Il will cure
Most of the other memiters of the liar- ; frost bites, chiblains and corns. Sold
I din ticket wore sound money men. anil ! by Wilson Drug Store.
the Dejnorratic papers opposed to '; Winter -lourisit.' Ticket,
j Hardin supported them. The hostil- Commcn(.:!)lf vovembul. lst. :lnii
re a solitary prediction of the y to fi-ee silver, however, is so pow- (.ontinuin.r h,.lIi:h tho winter. thelv
the oiieration strongly Democratic State u. on s:llt, !lt :i ,.,, t;(.tu
stations on the Mobilti and Ohio road,
round trtit ticket.s uf. "ppittlv refliu.l
Bynum the Blatant told the farmers with a man committed to that policy, j te t j number of Southern
law that ! of Kentucky that it struck down anti- !
' fi-ee coiners for remaining on a ticket '
sume great numbers of grasshoppers,
and through the autumn these consti
tute the greater part of the insect food
of the bird. The crow also destroyes
mice anu otner injurious rodents, so
heart that in summing up the benefits and ' upon to give .up for the old order of
! losses resulting from the food habits : things. They are in tho procession
Opera House that catches many of the
good entertainments on the road, and
other metropolitan appurtenances that
not long since they were strangers to,
and which they could not lie prevailed
A Lover ol I.ailiiuaircs.
It is said of the late Prof. Hajalmar
Hjorth Boyesen that in addition to
his wounderfal command of the Kng-
lish language tiroiter. which he learn-!
of the bird it seems clear that the good
exceeds the bad, and that the crow is
a friend, and not an enemy
farmer. Garden and Forest.
and are happy. Cairo Argus.
.V safe Place.
.7rvi. 1 lilt 11 ltt lt.lllt
ed in the short space of two years so j
thoroughly that his first Fnglish j morning to a reporter.
novel was supposed to be a transla
tion from the Norse, he was a past
master in American slang and idiom.
As a philogist he had always taken
an interest in the appearance of new
words in spoken and written language,
and he used to say that the French
alone approached the American in the
richness and expressiveness of their
slang. Although he never wrote in
dialect, it was not from want of fam- I questions
Varied Climates In South America.
t A Philadelphian recently returned
i from an extended tour of South
America tells an interesting story of
Gen. Lee told an amusing Story this ' the mieer olilnntic conriitionc tiHivnil.
When he was inr in certain parts of the lower half
of this continent. 'Of course, it is
pretty well known," tays he, "that
about to deliver his address at the
Confederate reunion in Craig County
recently some one came to him and i while the people north of the equator
are suffering the rigors of winter those
people living south of that imaginary
line are in the midst of summer, and
vice versa. This rule, however, so
far as South America is concerned,
came and received the proffered applies only to the coast, for in the
Gen. Ic at onre beiran to nut ! ,.,!., ti, -:.w. .. t;..
7- i . 1111'IIUIUIU 7 VI tub 1..IVI 111 A 1tTt Ulllll
asked him if he would not speak to an
old colored man who wished to speak
to him. The General consented, and
the old negro, whose name was Sam,
and who had fought throughout the
to the old fellow, who ; condition of the affairs exists. Up in
iliarity with it. He was well up in j answered with wonderful skill. The I the Andes the natives are in the midst
the hobo talk of trampdoia. he knew j General then asked him where he had cf winter when midsummer prevails on
seen the best time during the war. j the coast, and when winter reaches
something of the gypsy patter, and
from the pigion English of Chinatown
to the thieves slang of the dock rats
there wsa not a slang spoken in New
York of which he had not a basic
knowledge. When he was professor
in Cornell University tw juniors out
driving one day overtook him walking
along a county road near Ithaca, in
company with a most tattered and dis
reputable tramp. As the collegians
drove slowly by they overheard part
of the conversation. To their 'great
surprise they discovered that the pro
fessor and the tramp were indulging
in a hot sand heavy slanging match,
and from what they -could hear 'the
tramp was coming t out second best.
- -New York Sun.
"At Chickamauga," at once replied j the coast it is summer in the noun
the darkey, "because I ran as soon j tains. Of court-e, neither the coast
as the firing began. "
'"But how did you know which way
to run in such a hot battle?" asked
Gen. Lee with a merry twinkle in his
"I went directly to the safest place
and the first I could find, " answered
Sam, coming to the climax.
Again he was asked how he could
tell which place was safe.
"I knowed it was safe," replied
Sam, "'causa I skipped for de place
where de generils was."
Gen. Lee enjoyed the joke and
laughed heartily at tht darky's wit
Charlotteville (Va.) Chronicle.
nor mountain winter is very severe,
but the distinction between the two
seasons is decidedly marked. It is a
very remarkable climatic condition.
Bncklen'a Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, acd all skin erup
tiins, and positively cures piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale at
Blomeyer & Hainan.
of Indiana that "Tariff reform." as
accomplished by ttio Wilson law.
would so enlarge our foreign markets
as to create an unprecedented demand
for wheat, with the result of ''dollar-a-bushel"
prices. As a matter of fact,
our wheat exports have diminished
greatly, and wheat has sold for
months at a stretch at prices border
ing close on half a dollar. Even now,
! with a short crop in view, it hangs at
about ;) cents. oorhees the Vocif
erous -averred that by ojicning the
American market to foreign manufac
turers of wool the European demand
for raw American wool would be so
stimulated as to insure higher prices.
Indeed, the peculiar Senator was re
ported by the Associated Press as
Within two weeks from the date of
th passage of it (the Wilson Tariff
bill) wool will sell at higher prices
than ever have prevailed under the
Too many fanners were deceived by
these bold, but irrational, prophecies.
A Congress favorable to '"Tariff re
form" was elected. The ditty was
taken off wool and the inevitable fal
sification of Free Trade predictions j
and the equally inevitable fulfillment
of the i-Totectionist prophecies were
accomplished. The price of wool !
came down with a crash that ruined
thousands and crippled tens of thous--
ands. lhe Inter-Ocean. Chicago.
August 31. lS9j.
.NO.lung is lertot the ti-ee silver is-!(.itkls lndto point3 Qf Qn
sue. The State which started thethe Mexican Gulf coast, on Mobile
movement for silver Democratic con- j Day) Florida. Cuba, anil the West
ventions live months ago h,is, in one j In(k.s . :.K.xil.0 an(1 Central American
of its Democratic strongholds, over- poj,,
whelmingly repudiated that policy. It ,t wmllu lje to th(. gKHt .ldvanXsi
will now drop out of public discussion of th( ho t?ontJmil-te a .; ...
consult Ticket Agents of
lt Ohio road, or Agents of that road's
for years at least, and, in its recent
shape, perhaps for all time. The
Vests, Morgans and Harrises in Cong
ress and the Blands, Lanes and Har- Antltozlnea sucre--.
dins outside or Congress may talk Dr. Welsh, the pathologist to the
about it for a few months or years ! John Hopkins hospital in Baltimore.
longer, but the people will not listen,
For all serious jiolitieal purposes the
has just published the experiments in
this country with antitoxine injections.
tree silver cause is as dead as John, As he has collected these with due
Law's Mississippi bubble. The corpor-'i eare. it stems probable that the con
al's guard of 10 to 1 advocates who J elusion at which he arrives can bo ac
steal into the national conventions of j cepted with confidence. And his con
lWi will be quietly ignored by these I elusion, stated in his own words, is
gatherings, and the public 'will never this:
have a chance to learn that they exist
ed. Business can now adjust itself
"Anti-diphtheritic serum is a specific
cuiative agent for dipthcria, surpass-
to the conditions of the time without ing in its efficacy all other known
fear of a possible dilution of the cur- j methods oi treatment for this disease. "'
reney and the advent of another mon
etary convulsion. A serious menace
to the country's financial stability
and prosperity has been removed.
Half Kate to Chattanooga.
On account of the meeting of the
Sunday School Convention of Tennes
see and Young Peoples' Society of
Christian Endeavor, which will be
held at Chattanooga, November 6th
to 10th, agents of the Mobile & Ohio
Road at all coupon ticket stations,
will sell round trip tickets at one fare
on November 4th to 10th, inclusive,
tickets good for return passage in
cluding November 15th, 1893.
Send your address to H. E. Bucklin
& Co., Chicago, and get a free sam
ple box of Dr. King's New Life Pills.
A trial will convince yon of their
merits. These pills are easy in action
and are particularly effective in the
cure of Constipation and Sick Head
ache. For Malaria and Liver troubles
they have been proved invaluable.
They are guaranteed to be perfectly
free from every deleterious substance
and to be purely vegetable. They do
not weaken by their action, but by
giving tone to stomach' and bowels
greatly invigorate the system. Reg
ular size 25c per box. Sold by Blo
meyer & Ha man.
From the experiments made, there
does not seem to be any particulaar
danger involved in the hypodermic
use of antitoxine; and there is no
reason why every wide-awake physi
cian should not begin its use in diph
theric cases at once. In a fow years
it will be counted one of the remedies
we can not do without, like quinine
A Sound Liver Make Weil Man.
Are you Bilious, Constipated, or
troubled with Jaundice, Sick Head
ache, Bad Taste in Mouth, Foul
Breath, Coated Tongue, Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, Hot Dry -Skin, Pain in
Back and between the Shoulders,
Chills and Fever, Ac. If yon have
any of these symptoms' your Liver is
out of order and your blood is slowly
.being poisoned, because your Liver
does not act properly. Heroine will
cure any disorder of the Liver,
Stomach or Bowels. It has no equal
as a Liver Medicine. Price 15 cents.
Sold by Wilson Drug Store.
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