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A rVtarlimerit of th Kiittit'wn'r, In
Yantrv from Kort Bethum- trpi-i1 by
Jnilian!" In ft narrow -nri?. Am-'im thrm
Is H stranger who Int roiltin tilmnflf b-y
tho nam of Hampton. slso '.Jtllia hs
l-t trs.W, and hi clmiKliter. titlHs and
a maturity of tris snliliers r killed dur
ing a three rinvn' sleK. Hampton and
pirl onlv escar. from 1 1 Indiana.
Thv fall exhausted on h plains. A
-oHnrnnv of the rteventh ravaiiy, I J"iit.
Btsnt In command, find tlirm. Hampton
itid the stop at th Miner- Home In
Oioticst'1, Mm. Iiiifly. rrcirtelres. Hamp
ton tnlka The future over uh Mii ti'-ltB-th
Kid. rllie shows him her mn'h
r picture and tells him west slis n
f her parental: and life. Tltey decide
ffhe hrtll live with Mm. Hrndon. Naida
the Kid rutin away fr-m Mm Herndon
nd rejiina Hampton. He tndurea lier to
JTO hk, and to psve rmthlne more to no
with l.liu. Hampton plays Ms I"' rtmo
rf .arils. He announces to Hed fllitvin
that he has o'lit. and then leaves t.Slcn--md.
M.s I'hoebe Hpencer arrives In
. nrakl )o leach Its first school. Miss
M-fTK-r meet NsJda. Key. WynVoi'p.
-tr. She t.ar.ls at Mrs. Herndona.
Naida and IJeut Brant atrain meet with
out his knosina who she Is She Informs
rdm of the oniliiir Bachelor club hall In
timtnr of Miss 5peni-er. IJeut. Hrant
wnoeis Silent Murphy. Custer's srout. He
Te(-.rta tnuitile treit-,R amtint the Sioux.
!iRl rlitTU-ultl.-s arise at the Un-ludor
-ltih's ball anions the ftiitnlrerw of Miss
t?pen-er. IJeut. H--ant meets Miss Rpe
or but she is not his Bi'iilalntBni-e of the
ilny tiefore. tie tells lilin of Nalda. and
lie arnrtontnlly m-et her again as he is
vetiirninfr to the, haHroom with a fan for
Miss tpynrer. ltrant acrompanles Naida
home from (he lan e. On I tie way ehe
infrns him as to who she Is, and that
he Is to meet Haniptiin. Irsnt and
Hampton meet. Hampton Informs ttie
ltenl'-nant thRt his attentions to Nalda
mi'M cease, and pror-lHlma an authority
v.-r her that justifies the statement.
Hrant 1,-lls Hampton of the presence of
Kilent Murphy, and of the fact that Ked
tularin re'eives jrovernment messatces for
l.im. Miaa Spencer called on Hob Hamp
ton. Tells !nm of a red-fared stranv r
mistakinn her for Naid. Virant Inter
vlemn Hed Hlavln F"inda that h Is an e
frooper tn tiie Seventh cavalry. It was
Minvin's and Murp '" testimony that
more than ten years lefore had convicted
Itoliert Nidan. then a cs,ptaln In the S-v-nth.
of the murder of Mj. Hrant. Sr.
Hampton attempts to force a confession
from Slavln. Klavin insists It Is Murphy
lie wants, and Murpny had left. In a
S'-utfie tftluvln Is killed by a knife thrust.
Hampton surrenders to Buck Mason,
marshal. Xlob attempts to capture him.
Naton and his prtsoner e ape to hill
and defend themselves. Mob liKhts fire
to hum them out. Brant tells Nalda that
lie loves her. bhe tHa him there Is an
Insurmountable harrier lteni them.
ut that she does not fully understand
It. Hrant and his troop rescues Hampton
ttnd Mason from the fires set by the
mob. Brant carries the unconscious
K:tn:hler through the lines of fire. Hamp
ton is taken to the hotel and Naula comes
to nnne him. Miss 8pener accepts the
.cart and hand of ltev. Wynkoop. Hrant
Is ord.-red to take the field. H'fore tie
ftTocr. Naula tells him she loves htm. but
annt lcnm . his w ife, or offer an e X -liluiuitton.
He insists he will return to
her. Hampton It-n-s on the trail of Silent
Mi;ph. then at C'hevetitie, as the on,?
tiiso ttlto can clear t'apt. Nolan of the
lierKe of murvier of Ma), ltrant IF years
lli-re. Hoipton arrives at Cheyenne
Kticr Murpl;y had left with dispatches
tor t'utier. He follows the scout, deter-mito-i
to wrniK from him a cnnfer-sion.
t'incs within slight of Murphy on the
rdKe of the Indian country. Murphy
liraitlc-illv confoM-M to the killing of
Kla.i. Hrant for which Capt. Nolan was
'OHvicted ami sentenced to dlsnusaal from
toe army and ten cars In 11, c KTii'.cn
liur. Murphy goes Insjiiic.
CHAPTER XXX. Continued.
At dawn they were In a narrow
s?-txe among the hills, a dark and
jr,ls;my hole, yet a peculiarly safe spot
In which to hide, having steep, rocky
lodges on either aide, with sufficient
xrasa for the horses. Leaving Murphy
hound, Hampton clambered up the
front of the rock to where he was
able to look out. All was siient and
liis heart sank as he surveyed the
fcrown sterile hills stretching to the
txuizon. having merely narrow gulrt.es
of rock and sand between, the Fheer
nakedness of the picture unrelieved
l).v Krten rhrub or any living thinK
Tin ii, almost despairing, he ilid back
fitnti'hed hluieelf out amid the soft
Rru.-s, Hiid sank into the clumber of ex
hmistlon. his eoiiKcloiiH memory the
Incoherent babbling of his Insane
He awoke shortly af'or noon, feeling
rtirealied and renewed 111 bjth body
Jtiid mind. Murphy was sli-cplug when
flft tuimd to liKik at him. but be I
auke In tit-ason to b fed, and ac-J
w-cpted the proffered fisnl tth all the
.apparent delight of a child. While he
ifrtted. their remaining Juck aiitmu!
lad etiujed, and Hattitou ss coiii
.t licit tii go on with only the two
homes, kt lapping the depleted attire
of provisions behind tils own baddle.
Tl.i n he carefully hoisted Murphy Into
1.1. ice and bound bis feet beneath the
It was alri-udv 1101-111111111! tlllsk when.
they .wept down Into a little nest of
ureen trees and grass. It appeared so
.uiiiteuly and as such at. utieip ted
oasis amid mat uri iiuiiuiiiK liner
amid that urituiillng wilder-,
jit ts, that Hampton gave vent to a
fctitlilcn exclamation of delight. Hut
thai was all. luatuntly he perceived
d.it-L fnriiia IcHiillitf f roin
cut the shrubbery, and he wheeled his
li.iraes to the left, Ushlin them luto a
rapid run. It wa all over iu a mo-
,,f .iit,.u a wii.l
lneilh y of dies, a gHiupbe of savage
fiionea :.l,(l the to ere teuimgi
t,.n it - n.clis. (he din of pursuit
,ut beiiiud them. The band .1 e 1
nitlentlv all en fiat, yet Haiiipt .m cou- I
Untied to I'l' oS hia inotMit ut a wlftt
I a e, tiiklnn tuin after turn about tho
li.irp hills, oi'.li ieiit tliut the hard
,-.icth uimUl leave no truce if thtlr
11 . .. 1. 1 . 1 , ,,lv Iho luuae lie ItMle!
s. mk !ii,e a log, l'lt Mi HKi'l grip upon
the icir. of the
Uiiiltd li In) on
1 l ! ct. A stiay
Sioux bullet had
f, mI i1 iu-.ik. but the galUnt aulu.al
fcio! ?! ,-. 1 "u uutll II dropped lift
- t H
loss; and tlio brave man It had borne
o Ion and so well bont down and
stroked tenderly the unconscious
head. Then he shifted the provisions
to the back of the other horse, srasped
the loose rein once more In his left
hand, and started forward on foot.
On the Little Big Horn.
N troop, guarding, much to their em
phatically expressed di?sust, the more
slowly moving pack-train, were follow
ing Custer'g advancing column of
horsemen down the right bank of the
IJttle liis Horn. The troopera, car
bines at knee, sitting erect In their
Raddles, their faces browned by the
hot winds of the plains, were riding
steadily northward. Beside them,
mounted upon a rangy chestnut, Hrant
kept his watchful eyes on those scat
tered flankers dotting the summit of
the near-by bluff. Suddenly one of
these waved his hand eagerly, and the
lieutenant went dashing up the sharp
"What is It. now. Uine?"
"Somethln' uiovin' out yonder, sir,"
and the trooper pointed Into the south
east. 'They're down In a coulee now,
I reckon; but will be up on a ridge
agin In a minute. I got sight of 'era
twice afore I waved."
The officer gazed earnestly In the
direction Indicated, and was almost
Immediately rewarded by the ulimpse
of some indistinct, dark figures dimly
showing against the lighter back
ground of sky.
"White men," he announced, short
ly. "Come with me."
At a brisk trot they rode out. the
"That Man Could Tll,
trooper lagging a jare lo the rear, the
tsuttiilul -t'S of both Hull kec.i,K
Uf pltioithly across the prairie. The
two put I lea met Hildilelily upon the
"""mill V' "hp mine and Hrant
"! In hl horse with an enclamailon
of astonlxhmcti!. It was a puth.-tlc
lectacli! he slare.1 at- a horse scarce-
l" KKer ioi wat ti ; on ins nat 'k
th (eel traiped securely beneath
and hands tMitind to (lie hlKh iMiiinnti,
th lipa gilniilni; fertM-iousiy, pt-rched
a mtbsliapt'U creature clothed as a
man. Heslde these, halloas, his shoes
barely holding together, a man of
slender figure and sunburnt face held
the lo i'iU-n-iu An Instant they gazed
"a' U 'h,"r- ,hp ,,lr, r
U" 'hpa'lit-.lc horror, the
I ",h"r 'r,u "1'H'he.lcully at I.I,
una. titu 1111s 11c .-i, ituiiip
ttiti? What dins ll nn un? hy aie
Hamp'.t-F.. !-:i:ln; against thu trem
'"r(' ,''' " ,'M , Blu,ll "
! ,ia,'J ln f.-mblance of military
( " I i -: t I'om Chejeuue.
i This Is Murjihy went rtzy out yon
' tier. I't r God's Kike water, food!"
"Your ' liali 1 11, l-aue!" fit Inlineil
I Hrant. "Now hold tills I'lip," a.i l lie
' l"'1 ,u,,-
lhai all to II
It a ll-i,
a p Ki 1 il
:i ly of
The liiiill tild tin -chitntt ally an he
was ordered, hli l.aiid never icitiing
l!a grasp el the rein. Tina k -Iohi:i
reawakened lntt l'i;;i iici) u; i nied
1, 1 14 e-; he gli'Mtt'ii tip Int i the
leeilhg rounlt-iiauee of Murphy, u ixl
tin n back at those oil.eis. 'Glvo me
another tor him."
Hiaiil I suded to ti t ut (lit h!led ' i.p.
noting Bo l.it did U the tirade sles.il
ncss of the hnnd w h'e-li accepted It
Hampton lifted the tin to the figure In
"Drink It." h rommnniletl, curtly,
Vor an Instant the insnlnc Klmed
back at hini sullenly; then he appear
ed to ahtlnk In (error, and drank
"We ran make the rest of the way
new," Hampton announced, quietly,
"lxird, but this has been a trip!"
Kane dismounted at Hrant'a order
and assisted Hampton to cllnili Into
the vacated saddle. Then the trooper
grasped the rein of Murphy' hotne.
and the little party started toward
where the pack-train was hidden In
"Is Custer here?" said Hampton.
"No; that Is. not with my party. We
are guarding the pack-train. The oth
ers are ahead, and Custer, with Ave
troops, has moved to the right. He
is somewhere among those ridges
back of the bluff."
The man turned and looked where
the officer inilnted, shading his eyes
with his hand.
"Can you give me a fresh horac, a
bite to rat, and a cup of coffee, down
there?" he asked, anxiously. "You
see I've got to go on."
"Go on? Good God! man. do you
realize what you aie saying? Why,
you can hardly sit the saddle! You
carry dispatches, you say? Well,
there are plenty of good men in my
troop who will volunteer to take them
on. You need rest."
"Not much," said Hampton. "I'm
fit enough, or shall be as soon as I get
food. Good 1ord, boy, I am toot done
up yet. by a long way! It's (he cursed
loneliness out yonder," he swept his
hand toward the horlton. "and the
having to care for him that has broken
my heart. He went that way clear
back on the Powder, and It's been a
fight between ns ever since. I'll he
all right now If you lads will only hxik
after him. This Is going to reach Cus
ter, and I'll take it!" He flung bark
his ragged coat, his hand on the dispatch-bag.
"I've earned the right."
Hrant reached forth his hand cor
dially. "That's true; you have. What's
more, if you're able to make the trip,
there Is no one here who will attempt
to stop you. But now tell me how this
thing happened. I want to know the
story before we get In."
For a moment Hampton remained
silent, his thoughtful gaie on the near
by videttes, his hands leaning heavily
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But H Has Con Mad.'
lllon the saddle ximiiiel. I'elliaps he
did not remetnhci' clearly; posHlhly he
could not Instantly deeltle juHt how
much of that story to tell, ltrant mm
peeled this hint to be his tllffleiiltj.
and ho h)sike Impulhlvely.
"Hamilton, there has been trouble
and iiiUtindei titamliiig between us, but
that s all past and gone now. I sin
cerely believe In our put poms of
rU-lit. and I ask you to tiunt me
KHher of its would give bis life If need
were, lo be of real service to a little
girl bark yonder In the hills. I don't
know what you are to her; I don't
auk. 1 know she has ever) confidence
In you, and that Is t-nough. Now, I
want to do what is rlnlit with both of
you, und If you hate a word to say to
me regarding this matter, I'll (rest It
eoiifhlentiall). 1 his t rip m lib Murphy
has some hearing upon Nalil.l G!!Mh,
has II hot ?"
"Will you tell me the story?"
1 he tlioiiKhtful Fray etc liMiked at
him long and aearchinglv. "Hrant, do
yoti love that fli'l?"
JUH ai unwavefiiigly Hie blue eves
reiurtied the loo!;. "I do. I have
as In. d her lo In come my wife."
"And h r iiiiiier?"
he said no; lh.it a il-ad man aJ
In t w i l n lln "
"I thai U Oil k'lov. ,"
'I ho )t, nti-er in u) b nt his head, his
fai-e giave and rj'b-V'd "I'tai'lleal
ly all "
ll.iiii.i. n v i t Ills dry lips wliu l-.is
to-i;;':-', hl-f I tiaili tp.t !,t t.ing
"Aud ln thai sh." right.", be
huid at last . his iye lowered to Ihe
ground. "I will till you wh It w;t
the lather of Nuld.i Clllis w ho w a t too
vli ti lol the mi.Ur of MaJ . Iliaut.
"Oh, my father? Is she Capt. N'rv
bin's daughter? Hut yoti sy convict
ed.' Was (here ever arty dotiblT IK)
you question his belns guilty?"
Hampton 'minted tn silence t,i tho
hldooua ereature behind them. "That
man could tell, but tin has gone mad."
Hrant endeavored to speak, but the
words would not come; his brain
seemed paial.w.ed. Hampton held him
self under better control,
'I have confidence, IJeut. Hrant, In
cnr honesty," ho ber.an. gravely, "anj
I believe you will strive to do what
ever Is best for her. If anything should
hapien to hip out yonder. Hut for th
possibility of my being knocked out, I
wouldn't talk about this, not even to
you. The affair is a long way from
being straightened out so as to make
a pleasant story, but I'll give you all
you actually require to know In order
to make It clear to her, provided I
shouldn't come hack. You see, she
doesn't know yery much more than
you do ouly what I wag obliged to
tell to keep her frpm getting too close
ly entangled with you. Maybe I ought
to have glvea her the full story before
I started on this trip. I've since
wished I had, but you see. I never
dreamed It was going to end here, on
the Hlg Horn; besides, 1 didn't have
"You see. Hrant. I feel that I simply
have lo carry these dispatches
through. I have a pride In giving
them to Custer myself, becatist of the
trouble I've had in getting them her.
Hut perhaps I may not come hack,
and ln (hat case (here wouldn't be
anyone living to tell her the truth. It
seems to me that there Is going to be
a big fight somewhere ln these hills
before long. 80 1 want to leave these
private papers with you until I come
back. It will relieve ray mind to know
they are safe; If I don't come, then I
want you to open them and do what
ever you decide I best for the little
girl. You will do that, won't you?"
Ho handed over a long manila en
velope securely sealed, and the young
er man accepted It, noticing that It
was unaddressed before depositing It
safely In an Inner pocket of his fatigue
"Certainly, Hampton." he said. "Is
'AH except what I am going to tell
you now regarding liurphy. There Is
no use my attempting to explain ex
actly how I chanced to End out all
these things, for they came to me little
by little during several years. I knew
Nolan, and 1 knew your father, and I
had reason to doubt the guilt of the
captain. In spite of the verdict of the
Jury that condemned him. Ia fact, I
knew at the time, although it was cot
In my power to prove it, that the two
principal w itnesses against Nolan lied.
I thought I could guess why. but we
drifted apart, and finally I lost all
track of every one connected with the
affair. Then I happened to pick tip
that girl down in the canton bevoud
the Hear Water, and pulled her out
alive Just because she chanced to be
of that sex. and 1 couldn't stand to see
her full Into Indian clutches. I didn't
feel any special Interest In her at the
time, supposing she bclcnged to Old
Glllis. but she somehow ;rew on me
she's that kind, you know: aud
when I discovered, purely by accident,
that she was Capt. Nolan's girl, but
that It all had been kept from her. 1
Just naturally made' up my mind I'd
dig out the truth if I possibly could,
for her sake. The fact Is. I began to
think a lot aliout her not the way
you do, you understand; In getting
too old for that, and have known too
much about women. but maybe some
what as a father might feel. Anyhow,
1 wanted to give her a chance, a
square deal, so that i-he wouldn't be
ashamed of her own name If ever she
found out what II was.
"About that time fell foul of Mur
phy and Slat In there in Olencald. 1
never got my eyes on Murphy, you
know, and Klavln was so changed by
that big red beard that I failed to rec
ognlzo him. Hut their actions aroused
my suspicion i. and I sent after them
good and hard. I wanted to find out
what they knew, and why (hose lies
were (old on Nolan at the trl.il. 1 had
an Pica Ibey could tell me. So, lor a
starter I tackled Slavln, supposing wo
were alone, and I was pumping the
facts out of Mill successfully b bold
Ing a gun tinder tils nose, and oc a
sloniilly JogKlng hi memory, when
this fellow Murphy got cirlttd, aud
t han -cod into the game, but happened
tn nip his partner Instead of me. In
the course of our little sculTie I
chanced to run h a Kllnifse of the f. 1
low s right liainl. and It bail a scai on
the back of II that looked mighty fa
miliar. I had seen It bofoie, and I
wanted to see it aguiti. So. when I
got out tif that scrape, and the doctor
had dug a stray bullet out of my
anatomy, there dl iu't seem to be any
one left for me to chase excepting
Murphy, for Klavln was dead. I wasn't
exactly sure he was the owner of that
scar, but 1 had luy snapii Ions and
wanted to verify them. Having struik
his trail. I leached Cheeunn Just
about four hours after he left there
with these dispatches for the Hlg Horn
I caught up with th.e fellow on tlm
south batik of the Hello Four! he. and
being well awaic that no threat or
gun pla) would ecr force him to ren
f the tin!'.!, I tin Icrtonk to flight
hini by trickery. I brought along
Mime iti a ing pupMi and drew your f
tliira picture in phoi-phoriis iind gave
him the tomtit in tin- il.nl.. 1 In I
run Jit Mill phy all 1 !k t't . and ever
thing wus coining my way. lie threw
up his humls and even agreed to cum-'
in here wlili me mil till the whole
stoi v, but the poor fellow 's bl al 11
coulilii t alum! the attulu of the scare
1 I. ad 1 inn hint. He went ravin mad
mi the Iiwi1it; he Jumped on me
hl!o 1 was asleep, and since 111 "I
every mile has been a little In I'
That's the whole of II lo date."
Ilu Us. CuMIXtkU.)
PERUrM EDITORIAL NO. 2.
Dr. rtartroan hiu claimed for many jretvn that Tf mn is an EXCELLENT
CATAHRH R.IHEDY. Rome of the dix'.jr'i critics bav dlnpnUd the doctor'
claim to to ctBcaxy of Feruca.
Eince the ingredient of Terma ar no lonrjr r a secret, whht do t.L modi
Ctl authorities uj concerning tht revedlM of which Fernna i composed f
Take, for instance, th ingredient HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS, OR
GOLDEN SEAL. Th Vnitod BtaU IHsperisatcrj ity of this herbal reratdy,
that it li largely employed ln th treatment of depraved mucosa membrane,
chronio rhinitis (nasal catarrh), atonio dyspepsia (cnUrrh of th stomach!,
cbronio intestinal catarrh, catarrhal Jaundice (catarrh of tho liver), and in
diseased mucotti membrane of tho pelrio organ. It U also recommended for
tho treatment of Tariouj form of disease peculiar to women.
Another inprredient of Fernna, C0HYDALI3 FORMOSA, It classed ia tho
United State Dispensatory m a tonic
CEDHOff BEED3 i another ingredient of reruna, an excellent drr that
ha been very largely overlooked by th medical profession for th past fifty
year, TEE ED3 ARE TO EE J0U5D IN VLRY FEW DHUQ BTOBXa
Tho United State Dispensatory aayi of tho action of cedron that it i ned as
a bitter tonic and in th treatment of dysentery, and in intermittent disease
as a SXreSTITUTE FOB QULSLHE.
OIL OF COPAIBA, another ingredient of Fernna, ii classed by tho United
EUtes Dispensatory as a mild timulant and diuretic. It acta on tho stomach
and intestinal tract It act a a ctimaiunt on tho genito-urinary membrane.
Our Peruna Tablet
Is Peruna With
(catarrh of the mnootu surface of the mouth), follicular pharyngitis (catarrh
of tho pharynx), chronio ooryia (catarrh of tho head). This writer cloaca
hydrastis a a stomachic tonic nieful in atonio dyspepsia (chronio fajtrio
catarrh), catarrh of tho duodenum, caUrrh of the gall duct, catarrh of th
intestines, catarrh of tho kidneys (chronio Bright 'i disease), catarrh of tho
bladder, and catarrh of other pelvio organs.
BA-RTIIOLOW SEOA&DS COPAIBA as an excellent remedy for chronio
catarrh of the bladder, chronio bronchitis (catarrh of tho bronchial tube).
BARTHOLOW STATES THAT
mote the appetite and digestion, increase th circulation of tho blood. Use
ful in chronio nasal catarrh, follicular
increasing th tonicity of th mucous membranes of th throat It also re
lieves hoaneneas. Useful in atonio dyrpepaU (catarrh of th stomach), and in
chronio catarrh of the colon and rectum, catarrh of th bladder, prtttatorrh,
and chronio bronchial affection.
MILLSPAUGU, MEDICINAL FLA
works on medicinal herb in th
tUlLi.SUaiA. CA3AEE3313, says
raso motor nerves. It increase th
general Is th mountains of Virginia, Kentucky, Te&nesse and Carolina,
collipsonia canadensis is considered a panacea for many disorder, including
headache, colic, cramp, dropsy and induction. DR. SCuEDEB, regards it
highly as a remedy is chronio disease of th lung, heart disease and asthma.
The citations ought to be sufficient to show to any candid mind that Pe-
runa Is a catarrh remedy. Surely, such herbal remedies, that command th
nthusiastio confidence of th highest authorities obtainable, brought together
in proper combination, ought to mak a catarrh remedy of th highest efficacy.
This is our claim, and w ar abl
quotations from th HIGHEST XXDICAL AUTHORITIES IS TEE WORLD
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Jess. Does better work. You must
try it to sec, ' Get a can on trial.
The baking will
lighter and tastier or wc pay
a- . I . - .
lr who Rlrrs rilcssiirr) merits lth
It; klniliiim Is th Imtnl of frli'iu!nlili,
and the hixik of love; he who sow
not. reaps nut. SiiiIIds.
II AT Al srs HtlADAI UK.
Vrom ilctulwr lo alajr. In. ds ir tti. n,.t frs
UMilraiiviil llr.la. hr. I At All K II HOMO
VI IN1N K lviut,vracuc. lirvirim 3Cs.'
A beauty sleep lus likely as not to
U) mit da iiuiut oQ.
It's th iti'Tmiiit of many smolrra that
Ia: 15 NukU1 liiiclcr .V cigur riusls in
quality tl.B tn-.t liv i'i,jr.
There U iiotlilnic to be giiiDed by
bi-IriK a kuis ker.
Trrro a Only Osiq
vrza rue would ota
Always remember t)ie full nam.
tut Uls slostur on erery Ui.
Useful in chronio cystitis, chronio dys
entery and diarrhea, and torn chronio
disease of the liver and kidney.
These opinion a to the ingredienta
of Fernna aro held by all writers on
tho subject, including Dartholow &&d
OF HYDRASTIS, BAE.TH0LOW
SAYS it U applicable to stomatitis
CUBES, an ingredient of Pemna, pro
pharynriUs (catarrh of tho pharynx).
ITT S, on of th rnott auLhoritatir
English language, in commenting upon
that it acts on th pneumogutno and
secretions of th mucous membrane ia
to substantiate this claim by ampl
it Esuilled At Aft Mc
n'n MsmMd M hMKiSk T NkSlliiU.
. - JUOL 4.1., Js.ki--, Mu,
sa . S
be vastly better,
Ja4)ur Mfg. Co
Hn Was Abov Reproach.
Ixxllicr This e:i? I stiil.
I jiiidlH'l) lniKshllil, sir. Why, !
Wntilil sluko my existence on thai hen
IK OV lK Mill. Hltr,
(iit I. t n. Hall Mur tlir N-t lUt
liiue. 11 tit) 'i vi. mi 'k(i only 3 ritits
Many a man seems to have tho ccur
ae of a rrawflsh.
Mrs. llislow's IWmtlilnv Hrrti.
tor rhl tl,rs 1 111 II' S , sf Iru. III. tful i.. r,la,s tn
Axiau.slius.si.k.p.itt.cuiss su,4 )&mikum
Many things Uful aro nut evdl
to ouhc a cold im okk day.