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CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1897.
Vol. XXII No 36
DEM06RAT PRINTING GO., PuDHshers.
Mrs. D. L. Hopa is QaacJ.
Stcjiped On; on ilor i'on k. slii;:ed
on the Ice, Fell mid Died in a Few
Mrs. D. C. Ii(l0. widow of the late
Judge David '. Hope and step mother
of County Collector L. L. Hop-, lost
her life at Jackson .Sunday morning.
Mrs. II(ikj stepped out of tin; house
On the porch which was i.'uvi'.im with
bieet. Shu slipped at.d foil -lT the
porch. Sh; ..'i.-i '. .; '.:) -i
whore shs died a few minutes bucr.
Her injuries were internal a id si: . died
licn Weak, Weary
om Kid n!-y Disease.-, why M-t
Foley's Kidney cure. ;i giiaia
medicine., Coerver, Druggis
The A!. G. Field Real Negri, ..in
streis, one of J hi; largest entertain
ments of the kind. composedexolasive
ly of colored people, and amo.ig them
sonic of the best performers in their
sp.vial lines before the public. will he
the next attraciioii a! the :'. ;.!'.. ay
Theatre Friday night.
There is nothing that catches llie
geuei al public as does a good lirst
class minstrel .-.how. There is no bund
of musicians that can play the popular
airs of the day as can a niinsir
brnd. Then- is a snappy, catciii
movement to the music prod need by a
.n.nstrel band that distinguishes it
.';!!) all other-. Then there is the
parade. Who is it. (hat don't like to
s;e tht minstrel boys fro by' Tliemin
strelrhoxa night has a churn: for
many that no other entertainment
i()s-ses. There is the first part with
v rows of .. a i r;. t ' like tigiuvs,
seated one ab..v : the other, the bass
:vi t.i atiii ;'i-s hddle capping Site pyr
amid. Ti' m lee deep voiced intei !o
c!.;i r say.-: ivortare. gentlemen,""
.; :u '-iy : iv o.V. The rallii:g of the
tione?.. the Mi-.ttiiiiityof thctamhourinc,
;r.::.'i ; ;:g oi'ti." v oices ha ri:e inious
ly :n tV: i.penii.g eiiorr.s: here and
there ,-. ;', v.- o.-.'ehy bars from opera:
"ilea a !ivdi l.eg-ro air. the datieillg
ai.ii pj -.l.' ing of lhc ecii men. a the
eru ol tile u'.ei'larc: the f'ltiny joket-i,
the pathetic hailau. the elia rtettes.
"hen ll.et .:.. then the sensational
mi- cialties. ;ivn coni-s the funny after
piece ai'id its all over. Who hi!i't en
joy the :iiii;streisr A real ood min--trel
show i: as ivifyinLT and refn'sh-ir.e-
as a sii.wer during a drouth, " he
Ai. Kiehi .:ic.-.'vis
v.ii! crtatn!;. i- .ip a harv.-; wi:en
".hey apiM'ar ia ti; is city. The st:eeess
;.f -his couipatty for the;-asi. two years
l.as l en sornetiiirii.' phenomenal. The
juipany is a iar;re o:k' composed of
more than lifty j(eop!e and traveling
rv its own train of jialaee ears.
i!ow l iiplcasuiit
t j- to see a beaL'.i'ul child's face
disiiguivd with vile humors, bursting
h rough the skin in pimples, blotches
and sores, and sadder still, when the
young and innocent are laughed at
and twitted in all such cases. Parents
should give them thai good and pure
remedy. Sulphur Hitters, which will
search and drive out of the blood
every particle of humor. - Health
special Issue ol stamps.
W SIUX;'I'N Dec. Postmaster
General Gary has divided to order a
speciai issue of stamps commemorative
of the holding of the Transmississippi
Kxpor.it ion at Omaha next year. This
is done at the retpiest of persons
iromiuent in the management of the
e.vpor-iiion. They will be of the de
nominations of ! cent. cents. 3 cell's.
Id cents ami !. Suggestions for de
signs for the new issueswilllK'reeeivi'd
at the Post Ohiee Department from any
persons who desire to submit them.
There v. il be ho attempt to withdraw
from sale the regular issues with a
view to the exclusive Use of the new
stamps, as was the ease during the
World's Fair, when almost all postal
business was transacted with The
Columbia stamps, but they will lie sup
plied freely whenever there is a request
for them from postmasters. The new
issues will be different i:i color from
the existing ones, to that they may be
It Ult the Spot.
When suffering from a severe cold
and your throat and lungs feel sore,
take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar,
when the soreness will be at once re
eved, a warm grateful feeling and
healing of the parts, affected will be
experienced and you will say: "It
feels so good, It Hit The Spot." It
is guaranteed. W. H. Coerver.
LETTERS FROM DAWSON CITY.
Kzperlences ol Two Duluth Altor
neyi Who Arrived October 1 5.
Dclth, Mixx., December 10. Two
letters were received here to-day from
Dawson City, Alaska. They were
written by Waiter Watrous and Carl
M. Joiianson. two Duluth attorneys.
.'.:;o i :l here for tiie Klondike on Juiy
. i-tiers are dated Oetoijer 13,
in a.,tc o." '.i.eif arrival at Dausun,
ana eive an iatcr-jstitiff aeevuut of t'ueir
journey. i';:ey weiu lv.viey-l.vo days
making trip ntia Lake i;en:ett to
Dawson City, up the Yu:vij. The let
ters M..'c li...' . u .e:;iboi' IS over
1--J s:.:aii i;oa:.-. t-ach -ontaii!i:iy" two
or l.irce peraons. were .vindbouud on
i at Slavo Jike. and tha. none of
lh-i:i had yi t arrived at Dawson. It
i . thought they will be unable to get
the iv ui.lii sprir.jr. Tho last three
d;;ys of their trip was made through
ealin ; ice, ur.U they report that ice
ua.-. i. ra.ii. y rapiniv aii around them.
Welie she ueaih r ;;s eooi, they did
A !; of '.he j.eoplo et.uiit in the ice
appi red to have plen'.y of provisions,
and it is thought they will be all right
if their goods are not carried away
when the. ice breaks up in the spring.
They advised people who are intend
ing to go, to take the Dyea route and
Is.; s of provisions. Food, the letters
both say. is very scarce at Dawson.
No passengers or provisions from
either the steamers Cleveland or Port
ia ad. which left Seattle in July, had
arrived at that time. Flour was a
pttiiiid and kerosene oil ! a gallon.
A hu ge number of people were leaving
!)a wsiji: at that time in quest of pro
visions, (iold dtft was plentiful.
:'i'he ji.-s.jpio who were leaving Dawson
I were i-o.;i:d for Fort Vukon. miles
down the river. !;
is estimated that
!;o ji -oph.' :n and
j ;!.i r. were about
I ab'n.t Dawsoti.
'I'lie surprise oi All.
; Mr. James Jones, of the drug !irn;
'of Joues (.v.Son. t'ov.ih n. 1 11.. in siie::':;
ling of Dr. King's New Discovery, says
that last v.it.tci- his wife was attacked
I with I .a C-rippe. and her case jjrew so
physicians at Cowden
and l'ana coi.ld do nothing for her
It seemed to devrloi) into Hasty Con
sumption. Having Dr. King's Xew
Discovery in store, and selling- lots of
it, he took a bottle home, and to the
surprise all she began to get better
from first dose, and half dozen dollar
bottles cured her sound and well. Dr.
Kings Xcw Discovery for ( 'onsumption.
Coughs, and Colds is guaranteed to do
! this g'.od work. F
W. C. Daman's and ail Drugstores.
Fusion sheriff Ousted.
Tol-KKA. KN., DecemlHT ill. The
contest which has been in progress
h 're for several weeks over the office
oT Sheriff of Shawnee County was de
cided by the special court to-day in
favor of PorVr S. Cook. Republican,
and against R. !. Kepley, the present
fusion incuir.lient. The ballots were
recounted, showing Cook's majority
to be 1"3. All ballots containing
crosses in three separate columns for
the same candidate were counted, the
intention of the voter U-ing consider
ed dear. The court refused to throw
out the alk'ged defective ballots in
Kossvilie, Oakland. Hihgland Park
and the fourth precinct of the Second
ward of Toix ka. Mr. Kepley is con
fined to his bed. but his fried s say that
he will not appeal tiie case.
it .Vay save Your I. lie.
A dose or two of Foley's Hor.cy and
Tar will prevent an attack of pneu
monia, grip or severe cold if taken in
time. 'tires coughs, colds, croup.
La irippe. hoarseness. dii'ieult breath
ing, whooping' cough, incipient con
sumption, asthma orbronehitis. Gives
positive relief in advanced stages of
consumption, asthma or bronchitis.
Guaranteed. Coerver's drugstore.
Notice to stockholders.
A meeting of the stockholders of the
Sturdivanl Hank will be held at the
banking house or. Tuesday, January
4th. liiS, for the purpose of electing
live directors for said bank. Polls
open from one to three p. m.
L. J. ALBERT. Cashier.
Cape Girardeau, Mo., Dec. 13, K'J.
Itucklen's Arnica salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, totter, chapied hands,
chilblains, corns. and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles, or rro
pay required, ft is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded
Price 5 cents per box. For sale at
W. C. Haman an.i all Drug Stores.
v;ent to jail.
Deserted by Friends EhrenscUncIdcr j town from somewhere, and at the sud
and Henry io to Jail. j the other men jn tfae restanr.
The preliminary hearing of W. G. j ant kncw he hailed from Chicago with
Ehrenschneider, charged jointly with j out jj told The faL.t tbat jie ate
Will Henry of stealing four fat pork ! with his knife and niekedhis teeth with
hogs from Andrew Kelleher, took place
in Justice Woeleke's court yesterday.
The two men were bound over in the
sum of four hundred dollars each for
their appearonce at Ciix-uit Court.
They failed to give the required bond
and were taken to Jackson and placed
in jail to await the actionof the Grand
Jury, which will meet on the first Mon
day in January.
The friends of Miss Clara Kloster-
mann gathered at the home of her par
ents on Spanish street on Saturday
evening, December IMh, and tendered
her a very pleasur.t surprise party.
The following young iadies and gen
tlemen composed the g.iv crowd:
Mis.-es Lizzie K a .-chelc. ia!xdC ienn,
I ilia Frisscll, Tiliie Whilelaw. Florence
iielien. IVai-l Stafford, Marguerite
Maclien, 'Jmda Drooks. Tonie As-
thoi;'.. Mollie Aslholz. Annie
Messrs. Kobert Harrington. Wash
Jr.deii. llenry Hartzell. Sam i'risseil,
Leltmd Albert, Will Xu::n, Arirol.1
Thileiiius. Karl Kvans. Newman
Wheat ley, Watson Cover and Frank
The young people spent the evening
in games and dancing, and had a jolly
good tiire until midnight, when the
party broke up.
Secretary Gage litis made an inter
esting and remarkable discovery that
may have an important bearing on the
health of government employes. It
si-cms that by a benevolent lav. a thirty
days' ''sick leave"' may Ik- ob'.aic.ed
by employes in the Treasury LYparl
nu.nt without reduction of pay, in ad
dition to the thirty cays' vacation to
which each clerk is entitled. That this
provision was appreciated is .-hov.n by
ti;e fact that r.vo-t birds of the treasury
clerks last year took "sick leave'' in
addition to a month's vacation. In
view of tiiis fact it seems absolutely
imperative that provision should be
made for the heaitii of the cmpkiyes
by doing away with '.he sick h-ave''
inducement to illness, iiiciden'iy it
might th"ii lie possible also to -cire
more than ten months" work ;,: the
capital for twelve months' pay. per
haps the chief object ion to civilscrvice
is that well-seasoned government em
ployes are so liable to illness, and af
ter awh'le working even from !i a. in.
to -I p. :n . ."''! ir' . rnl thr- alicw.itti-u
for lunch, is hard upon the con.-titu
tion. Chicago Xews.
fork t rain Ordered to Ala-!: a.
CHEYKXXK. WYO.. Decemlx-r ii.
Orders were received here at 7 o 'chick
this evening- by the (Quartermaster of
the Sth l"n i ted States Infantry to have
the army pack train of the Department
of the Platte, stationed hi re. brave for
Alaska at tiieearliest possible-moment.
The pack train is in charge of Chief
Packer Tom Mooney. He will have
the entire outlit consistingof ten expert
packers and eighty trained and drill
ed pack mules, on thecars at 7 o'clock
to-morrow morning-, ready to start.
The destination of the pack train is
Great M lisle (titer.
Send us the names and addresses of
three or more performers on the piano
i or organ together with ten cents in
silver or postage and we will mail you
ten pieces full sheet music, consist in-;
of popular songs, waltzes, marches
etc.. arranged for the piano and or
Popri.Ai: Mi.sir Pfij. Co..
stockholders Mcelloa. , i;KSO;.Vi:. That that one has gone
Notice is hereby given that a meet- f,.om us v,iio exemplified in her life a
ing of the stockholders of the ( ape true, noble and christian character.
Girardeau. Rloomtield .v Southern ;One whose inlhienee. example and pre
Railway Co. will be held at the office c..pt will live in the hearts of those
of said company at the northeast cor- j v. ;th whom she had associated,
ner of Spanish , and Independence j RESOLVED, That to the relatives
streets, in the City of Cajie Girardeau. J:;n.l intimate friends who have s its
Missouri, on Monday. February. 7th. tained this mid bereavement, we extend
is'.!-:, for the purpose of submitting to
said stockholders, for their considera
tion, a contract for tiie consolidation
of this company and the Hrown.wood
& Northwestern Railway Co., and the
Missouri Southeastern Railway Co.;
and for such otuer business as may
come before said meeting.
Daniel s. Ukown,
A Short Sad Story.
Had Foley's Honey and Tar leeu
used, this story would have had a
lie Was From t'Ulcago.
Last Thursday a man eame to this
a fork did not alone betray his identi
ty, for other towns now have their
gastronomicai acrobats. It was some
thing far different. It was his natural
meanness that gave Lim away. His
undeniable relationship to Shylock
was betrayed all over his miserable
hatchet-face. There was seated by his.
side a deformed man who had more
brains in his head than the Chicago
man had ever seen outside of the stock
yards. The deformed ma-: a!.-o had
in him the milk of iiuinaa kiauiics.
Dut fate had robbed him of the free
use of his arms, and not knowing that
the person athis left was from Chicago,
he made so bold as to ask a very
"Will joii kindly pa.-s me tiu
s.'gar:" he asked, Hulioa.iiig by his
poor, informed fnger that he could
no fearh it himself.
Trie Chicago man turned in his seat
not with his face to the cripple but
"i didn't come hereto do house
work." ho snapped viciously.
"You must be from Chicago." re
torted the cripple, with amazing in
tuition. St. 1'aul Dispatch.
A Warm Friend.
Foley's Colic Cure is very hot, but
! when diluted it is a warm friend in
deed to those suffering from bowel
complaint. It never fails. i"ic. and
Vic. W. 11. Co -rver, Druggist.
Afier the i,
A new style of swindling is now go
ing on in the southern part of the
State. A smooth chap is selling the
farnr'rs grains of cwrn for so much
per grain taken fromaa ear of immense
siz . Four or more cobs have been
glued together and the grains gitud to
the co!. making it the si..; ol a stove
pipe. Several farmer victims have
bought this corr. foi th.r
fattening their fall svh.e
scouring the woods with
looking for the swindler.
Co. (Ind.) Democrat.
Send your address to ii. K. lJuckeii
it Co.. Chicago, and get a free sample
box of Dr. King's Now Life Pills. A
trial will convince you of their merits.
These pills are easy in action and are
particularly effective in the cure of
Constipation and Sick Headache. For
Malaria and Lii.r trouble- t.iey have
lreeii proved invaluable. They are
guaranteed to Ik; 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. ! iegular size iV per box
Sold by W. ". Hainan and all Drug
Whereas. We are again reminded
that life isuneertain and death is sure.
In the sudden death of Mrs. M. R.
Hope we have lost ;. friend and co
worker. Therefore be it
Rksi i.vki. That we, as teachers of
the Jackson Public School, will great
ly miss her genial influence, her happy
and that not only those under her im
mediate guidance, but theentire school
has lost a kind instructress and a
RKSObVED, That the profession has
i lost an able writer, an ardent, en
thusiastic and Inspiring worker. A
strong" piib'ie school advocate, and to
use her own language, "one whose
lii.-ii't w ) 'll'v-iiv-; in toneti u itli school
our heartfelt sympathy.
Resolved. That a copy of these
resolutions lie sent to each of the
county papers of the county for
publication, and to her nieces, Mrs.
Annis, of Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs.
White, of Cleveland, Ohio.
B. F. LrsK, Principal.
Edxa Earle Morgox.
Heart-burn from excessive smoking.
or from any other cause, is relieved
by the Erst dose of No. 10, Dr. Hum
phreys' Specific for Dyspepsia. 25c
The "Yellow" In St. Louis.
Tlje microbe of yellow jour:iaii-;.
has attacked St. Louis very vigorous
ly. The esteemed Republic ol that
city displayed for the edification of its
readers on Sunday last the nether
limb of a Miss Anderson, of that city.
The Post-Dispatch must let out a few
kinks, or it will fall behind its rival.
It will be readily observed, however,
that the P.-D. will find it a dtticult
matter to overcome the Hepubiic's
stroke of enterprise. Miss Anderson's
other leg might bo -"cured by the P.-D.,
and then the public would know if it
matched the or.e produced by the He
! .blie. Nashville American.
The foiiov.iag defense was made by
a Savannah darkey in the city court:
"I stole di?iu britches, I 'aowledge f.e
Hut 'twan't no crun ' sho's you l,;rr.:
Ff de motif am right, den wha r's i!e
I stole dem bri'x-hes to be baptize in.
'Do chain-gang's got me. ar,d de coal
But what could a 'fens'dess euierid
When de judge and de jury "lowed it
was a sin
To steal dem britches to he bapiiz? ia?
'In de jedgement, old Gabria! gwir.c to
'Pomp's straight asa shitigleand clear
He'll shouf to do world dr:t it 'twan't
To steal dem britches tcbe baptize!::."
A IoM ileal C o:-. jinlriui:.
Why is it that the Democratic party
for more than seventy years has been
the persistent advocate of a rotten
currency ? Can it he explained upon
any other assumption than that the
parly its. If is rotten at heart? Would
do so if it were not? 'ihe De.aocralic
pe-.itorm o: i liau tne
:t'. of Ihr
plank advocating the rope
prohibition tax or. wild cat i
notes: "Wo recommend thai the pro
hibitory 10 per cent lav i n state bank
notes be repealed." iii sew he re and at
every time the Democrats have ranged
themselves on the side of rotten i:r-
rency. It is not surprising, therefore,
that the Georgia Detnocra'.shave come
out sijuarely for stale bank note.-,
which, according to the spirit of the
constitution, are clearly unconstitu
tional: and in the face ol the fact that
the busit.ess men of the state recognize
and protest against the danger con
fronting them. Chicago Tribune.
.oiie to tiiikhi.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual el.K'tion of seven Directors of
the First National Hank of Cape
Girardeau, will be held at the. office
of the bank the secoud Tuesday in
January, IS'.iS. J Vols open from ID a.
m. to 3 p. m. D
L. S. Joskpu, Cashier.
Capo Girardeau, Mo., Dec. S, !".
Kev. '. F. ISrooks
says that his little girl is troubled with
malaria very severely, and that since
he gave her Sulphur Hitters, he never
thinks of leaving New York for his
summer resort without a few bottles,
for they always cure his family, and
are far superior to quinine.
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing of the stockholders of the Hrown
uood iV Northwestern Railway Co.
will be held at the ofliee of said com
pany, at the northeast corner of
Spanish and 1 ndejiendenec streets, in the
city of I. apt; ( ir:in!eau. -Missouri, on;
Monday. February the 7th, Is'.', for
the purpose of submitting- to said
stockholders, for their consideration.
ii contract for the consolidation of!
tiiis company and the Cape Girardeau.
Rloomtield iV Southern Railway Co.,
and the Missouri Southeastern Rail
way Co.: and for such other business
as may come before said meeting'.
Daniel S. Hkov.".
Xew Italcery Firm.
II. J. Martens, having purchased a
half interest in the Bakery business
of the Hanichen Bakery, will continue
the business at the old stand. The
business will be conducted under the
firm came of Martens & Co. A de
livery wagon will make the daily
rounds as heretofore and tho firm will
do all in Its power to merit tho trade
of the public. We would be pleased
to retain all the old customers and we
assure them we will treat them with
Those knowing themselves indebted
to the old linn will accommodate us by
calling and settling.
Martens & Co.
The Last Tribute.
In the death of Mrs. M. K. Hope the
teachers' profession has lost an ardent
advocate. In her early life she taught
in the public schools of Indiana and
Ohio. She was for ten years Principal
of a boys college. Later she was
Principal of Cape Girardeau Public
School and for the past two years she
has taught the primary department of
the Jackson Public School. She was
a faithful, earnestanddc,i;,-CiIU.c'...r,
always at her post of duty, did her
work well .itu! g j .'.!;
faction. All loved and respected her
teachers and pupils. Only a few
days ago in conversation with fajr,
she said: I fee! that I have done a
needed work in this room this year
that no young, inexperienced teacher
cou id have done." She was right.
We have had many new pupils several
who needed the sympathy and careful
attention that could only bo given by
a woman with the varied ex)erienee
and breadth of knowledge that Mrs.
Hope possessed. While we arc saxl
and mourn her loss, wo can rest as
sured that she tiled in the faith, and
can 'out exclaim:
Suddenly God hith called' thee home,
Thy noble work on earth is done;
Tie seeds of kindness thou hast sown,
Will fruit produce in each little one.
13. P. LVSK, Principal.
Working Woman's Heme Associa
tion 11 S. Peoria Sc., Chicago, HI..
Jan. 11, ltfKi.
Our Working Woman's Home As
sociation used Foley 'stloney and Tar
six years ago, and areufing it to-day.
It has al-vas been a favorite, for while
it- taste is not at all unpleasant its ef
fects are very 1 cneflcial. It has never
yet disappointed us. Wishingyou all
iKMsioia success, sincerely jum-
Laura s'l. Fixon.
W. H. Coor-
liryan iioimlit cold
CITY OF MkyiCO. btcemhe;
F.voni::;. Telegram thin evening says
that W. J. iryanv,an nvnin the Hank
of London this morning. lie became
alarmed ..t tho price of silver and ne
gotiated sumo exchange. He has cor
tainly come to Mexico at a time when
he learn something about the white
metal. Had he sold four days ago he
would have made 4 per cent. This
should make a leading point in hip
next campaign lectures. His c-per-atious,
however, had i:o ewVct :.pot1
book on Diseases ui Zii.. a,e.
Hook on disc. a oi i.. . l ,
sheep, dogs, hogs and poultry mailed
free by addressing Humphreys' Veter
inary Sjiecifics, corner William &
John Sts., New York.
Vt'iulc Shaner Dead.
Wade H. Shaner died at his home
of dropsy of the heart at ! o'clock p.
m. on Snuihiy, '"r - ';):!) in?!. Mv.
Shaner was one of the best known citi
zens of our county. He was a man of
generous impulse, a kind heart and
honest in all his dealings with his fel
lowmen. He has a host of friends vho
will learn with i-adness of his untime
ly death. He was a young man aged
about 33 years, and unmarried. His
remains were buried in tho Delph
graveyard Tuesday morning, the 21st
inst. ( 'ash-!5ook.
Croub anil Whooping Cough.
Hallard's Horehoitnd Syrup will
promptly relieve 'roup and Whooping
Cough. It will cure the worst Cough
or Cold. It never disappoints. Try
t. Sold by Wilson Drugstore
From John Howard, one mile and a
I half from Arbor, about December K'th,
18H7. two horses, one a dark bav.
about ti vi; years old and about 14
hands higdi, weight about eleven hun
dred, fore top cut to i.bout four inches,
harness marks on sides. The other a
, light bay mare about 4 years old with
j tail about half cut off.
I A reward of live dollars will be paid
! for the return of the horses to
I :.JOHN" HOWARD,
Moss Tie . Company one mile arid a'
hlf south of Arbor.
are they who while suffering from
Kidney Diseases areprejudicedagainst
all advertised remedies. They should
know that Foley's Kiddey Curt is no
a quack remedy, but an honest guar
anteed medicine for Kidney and Blad
der troubles. W. H. Coerver, Drug
gist. Two Good Things.
"77" for Grip and Colds; No. 10 for
Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Weak
Stomach; 23c each at all druggists.