about taking medicines internally when
they expect shortly to become mothers.
Well may they hesitate. Think of the
danger of swallowing drugs when in
that condition !
is the only safe preparation in the world
for expectant mothers. It is not to be
taken internally, but applied externally.
The effects of its use are really wonder?
ful. It softens the muscles and allows
them to expand without discomfort?
prevents morning sickness and headache
?stops all danger of rising breast?puts
the whole system in perfect condition for
the ordeal?and makes the birth of baby V
an occasion shorn of all dread. Its con- 4
stant use during most of the period of
pregnancy insures safety to both mother
It is not an experiment. In thousands
of homes it is a household word. Not
to use it is the greatest mistake of a
married woman's life. Sold at drug
stores for ?1.00 a bottle. Send for an
illustrated book about it.
The BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
ATLANTA, GA., Proprietors, rf J>
Mr. J. M. Waller is in Lynchbuig.
Mr. James M. Thomas is in Baltimore.
* * #
Mr. T. L. Williams is in North Caro?
Mr. J. P. Lee is at his home in Lynch
Miss Luclle Kilby is spending Christ?
mas iu Stauntoc.
.Mr. Samuel P. Christian Is visiting Iiis
parents in Hoanoke.
Mr. Charles O'Hara left Friday for a
short stay in Bedford.
Hev. B. V7. Pat ton will go to Richmond
for a few days tills week.
r* Mr. Travers Coe is in Churlestown,
W. Va? for the holidays.
Mr. Clirene? Williams is spending
Chlistmas iu Washington.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
WBBMD?Y Bee 29.
The Original SMITH ? RICE
Presenting for the first time in this city
the reigning sensation of the year,
MY FRIEND FROM INDIA.
BY H. A. DU SOUCIIF.T.
Originally nude fatuous at the Bijou
Theatre, New York city, during a ran of
six months by the same company which
will positively appear in the production
in this citv.
Mr." W. Walley Davis
Christmas in Philadelphia.
Mr. O. A. Kerns is spending Christmas
at his home in Pennsylvania.
Mr. Edwln'eltzgernld is at his home in
Louisville, Ky., for the holidays.
Mr. .lack Lee will not go to Florida tor
the mouth of January as was expected.
"Captain" Dick Hilleary, of Colnm
bus, Kv., is spending Christmas at home.
Miss Lila Beckley, of Fincastlo, is vis?
iting Miss Cora Lumkin on Church ave?
Mrs. Weston Gales will entettaln the
B. P. E. Society at the Ponce de Loon
Hotel cn Tuesday evening.
Miss'Fry, who'has Jieen^visiting Miss
Marthf Belle Trout, left, Friday for a
visit in Henry county.
Mr. Jerome Keeiy is spending the holi?
days in Philadelphia. He will be out of
the city for a week or more.
Miss Florence Fulton, of fOhio, a for?
mer student at Virginia College, is visit?
ing Miss Ann Davant on South Jefferson
Misses Clyde and Olivia Helms, of
Rocky Mount, were the guests of Miss
T,ampin on Church aveutte on Wednes?
day and Thursday.
The Cotillion Club's german at Hotel
Roanoke on Wednesday evening promises
to bo it large affair. The executive com?
mittee is laboring to make it a success.
Mrs. Morgan F.. Yeatman entertained
a few friends at cards on Thursday even
ing io honor of her cousin, Mr Fuller
ton, or Pittsburg, who is spending tho
holidays in Roanoke. Euchre was played.
The pH7.es were won by Miss Fry and
Dr. Harrison. The guests present, were
Miss Palmer. Miss Pearson, Miss Trout,
Miss Martha Belle Trout, Miss Fry,
Miss Massie, Miss Terry, Miss Pole, Miss
Rogers, Miss Jennie Rogers, Miss Gray,
Miss Sanderson, Miss Rust, and Messrs.
Denison, Payne, "ulleiton, Dr. Harri?
son, Wood, Dugdale. Heston, Stevenson,
Davant, Handy, Christian.
Those Who labor for sweet charity's
sake are often to 1)3 imposed upon,as sev?
eral of our young ladies have recentlv
learned. Having heard that a family in
the Northeast, part of the city was in des?
titute circumstances they set about help
ing them, and to that end w?a it out
p.mong their friends for contributions.
Armed with blankets and othui useful
things they proceeded to take them t'>
the sufferer-i They do not like to talk
atiout it now. Tho objects of their charity
had n'ce furnished apartments In the
rear of tho reception room?which was of
course as bare and forlorn as they could
make it, and furthermore employed thu
services of two experienced dres: makers
to make up donations and, said a neigh?
bor, "ono of them gals wears fur on. her
"Q" wishes to thank the readers
of The Times for a year of kind?
ly 'critio'sm and attention. Our
column, begun with no definite pur?
pose of continuance and with gtave
fears as to its reception by the
public, has through a period of vatyiug
activity in social affairs managed to eke
out an existence. Owing to many disad?
vantages we have never succeeded :
reaching the standard'of success to which
the . column iu justice to our people
should be I rought. That we have found
place at all we are grateful We would
accept it as a gift beyond the ordinary at
this Christmas time fcr which we shall
seek to express our appreciation by hon?
est endeavor to set forth those "things
that pass before us through the medium
of The Times during the coniiug year.
The music at St. John's Church to-day
will be very attractive. The choir has
been working hard and, should all things
go well, will render better music than
ever lie fore at this church. It will be as
Anthem, "And thoGlory of the Lord,"
from oratorio. "The Messiah," Handel.
Venite, in F. flat. Ruck.
Glorias Patria, Elvy, Turner. Ruck.
Festival to Deiim in K n'lat. Ruck.
Jubilate Deo. in F flat, Ruck.
Hymn 40, "Adestl Fidelis" Reading.
Kyrie, from oratorio, "Elijah," Men?
Gloria Tibi in A. Tours.
Hymn ?0, "It Came Upon the Mid?
night Clear," Willis.
Offertory, soprano solo, "Rending O'er
a Ciadle Low," Miss Florence Leary.
Offertory Sentence, "Anon Sanctus,"
Conitnuninr. Hymn, Hodgos.
Gloria iu Kxcelsis, Old Chant. .
The choir is made up of P. C. Leary,.
director; Miss Floreroce Lerv, Miss
Hennie. Hopkins, and Miss Erfle Lewis,
sopranos; Mrs. F. K. Ludwig and Mrs.
Gorman, contraltos: Mr. Leary and
Mr. Ramitz, tenors; Mr. F. R. Ludwig,
Mr. Archio Lewis and Mr. F. H. Vail,
Having bsen chos.m presidcut, vice
president, secretary ami treasurer of the
Klondike Association and having recov?
ered fiom the. Ill-timed indisposition that
prevented earlier acknowledgment, we
beg at this ho i- clay to txpress ourappre
nl ition of that, honor, and also the most
excellent presentation of "Oil' to the
Klondike." We regret that our timidity
still lingers and even now renders us
little afraid to attempt to do justice to
the peiformance of the "Abeghuny Dra?
matic Association." Its success snould
tnsuro for us tlie annuni exhibitions of a
like tint lire i-njoved in other college towns.
From the arrival of Mr Rarr in the first
act to the discovery of our old friend.Mr.
Gilkeson.the subsequent scene from "The
Rivals'* and the commencement of the
journey home to thestrainsof Dixie, "OlV
to the Klondike" was humorous, well
acted, well staged and strong. The
adaptation o: so maoy airs from popular
operas to local affairs was clever und al?
ways apropos. With no view, however,
to discourging any of those wlu took
p i; t and with no intent to wound, we
n list say from our point of observation
that tue play should be presented ngain.
Individual criticism is impossible from
luck of space: yet we cannot pass over
the names of Mr. Turner, the Handys
and Messrs. Withers, John Luck and
Piol Meade Can we not look forward
to another presentation of "Off to the
Klondike?'1 Following was the caste:
Chit f Clerks?Wiggle, Mr. A. O. With?
ers; Waggle, Mr. A. K. Handy: Wee. Mr.
Jos. A. Turner; Mr. Rarr, Mr. S. S.
Chorus of Clerks?Svengall. Mr. P. R.
Meide; Trilby, Mr. Tayloe Rogers.
Chorus of Roanoke Relies?Queen Vic?
toria. Mr Jno. Link; Prince of Wales,
Mr. Wslter Rainev; King of the Klon?
dike. Mr. P. R. Meade; Miss Prim, Mr.
T. W. Cot?; Page, Mr. Edward Johnson.
Roanoke Light Infantry?Commander,
Lieutenant Bentley; Priests, Mr. S. i.
Handy, Mr. (1. R. Krtglne, Mr. .Tos. Tut?
ner, Mr. A. 1>. c: i.v,:, .Mr. C. A. With?
ers; Dawson City Dtek, Mr. ?. !). Gittas;
ClaraBelle, Mr. Cli*l?v Jeitnedlw: <;i!V-c
8ou, Mr. Benjamin l.'< ": 1 ? d ??.
Mr dno i? M i ."
Act 1 -TheN M >.'? i'nti '?? ? stem o.'iicak, i
Introduointt Wlg : ? WiiKtfl* atjd W>e:. I
Clerk-, Ball -\ Me *' ?.. ahd'i
under ???.?nun <
Act 11 ? Si c
ofllcfrt. iull'Odu IUI '< ? ?'*???? ? ">'Vf, !
littetu \ i t.
luenl uliara< t?.-r.?. a
selections from "t 1 l ? .
Act III?Marr Seen? Place, the
Klondike, littiodu I ii!*;dlc Choi
und lloodi d don .
Act IV?Soene 1. ^etir Dawson City,
Introducing Wig.:,'. Waagle. Wee, .i
private theatrical'], Dnwsoii City Bleu,
Mr. Gilkeson an?1 Clara Belle. Rcenc 2
Place. In Dawson ?' it> Khtt. Glimps
of Matrimonial Diiss, Gloomy despair,
Discovery of Gold, everybody happy at
the prospect of returning home.
? * - *
fc?In response to a few notes to soinn of
our young peoplo wo hare eceivetl a
number of replies with regard to their
Christmas. We can only publish a few
"Dear (}?I had a quiet time. The wa?
ter pipes burst and'wet all my fire crack?
ers. 1 did not get my kitty. -Rnnta said
ha would have to bo scratched whou the
time came for carrying around eats.
What did you get??Georgle VanL."
"Mr. Q?I cannot follow the indecent
custom of hanging my ho.so from the
wanted. I am surprised at-your question.
No, indeed; 1 am too modest. Mama
lonned me her nest bed room pillowshaui
with the lil ted rnllb-s. 1 received a new
book called Susan's l'et and a china nib
bit.?Miss Pi im."
"Dear Q?I didu't get uothing. I hung
up my bicycle stocking over the coal
scuttle and they didu't have any feet and
what I got. got burnt up I didn't tell
Pa 1 put the coal scuttle there on pur?
pose to fool .Santa Ciaua and he is going
to give me another whatever ho gave me
before. ?Philip Kloudike."
"Mr. (J?I got a pup dog and n knife.
My new dog won't eat patent lenther
shoes aud things and my new knife is no
account becau.?e its a jack knife. We all
wanted a live spot to make us have E full
house,but we ittdtvt all gf t five spots and
all of us eau't Mil. There are others.
Dear Mr. Q?I am not trying to be
funny. This is so. 1 got a goat,but Joe
had to come aud "Turner" loose on nc
count of Imr "Withers. - 1 ain't "Handy"
with the pen and hope I don't make you
"Wearey " Kolks ,.in "Giass" houses
shouldn't get goats in their stockings.
Johnny's goat didn't have much Duck
either Klondike Dick took his whiskers
to stull a pillow with. 1 wanted a Pnil
harinonica,but didu't get one. The goat
ate my stocking and I didn't get 'nut her
one. What did you get beside a raker
Mr. '0. Dear '-"ir--Your note to hand,
Owing to a joke which was certainly in
bad taste my trip at Christmas was
spoiled. Some people exert themselves
to a remarkable extent in order to make
things pleasant for others. Blue Bidge
has no attractions for *mo now. ? Wan?
"Dear Mr. (A> ? We all hung up out
stockings and had so much tun. My
room mate received such a lovely little
reil canoe wth a card signed K. D.W., Jr.,
and a note saying something about, 'Let
me help you paddle vour lioat-wright.
What, did ho mean??Miss-Virginia Col?
NOTICE --From December 25 to 31st.
Inclusive, the Boanoke Street Railway
Company will make a special rate of 25
cents for the round trip between Roanoke
and Salem. Tickets on sale at Vanghan's
ciaur stand, Terry l.oilding, Rokuokc;
and^at'Dillard & Persiuger's, Salem.
S. W. JAMISON'.
IIELI.O, boys, I am at the same old
place and ready to shoe your horses at
anywhere from ?1 to $1.25, or 80 cents if
necessary, and 1 guarantee satisfaction in
every sense of the word. .T. S. SlIANK.lt,
the Kentucky horse shoer, Salam avenue
lloniur's oysters and meals needs no
recommendation?they recommend them
selves. Best on earth.
/vVe?e table Preparation for As?
similating tlicFooci andReguta -
ling lue Stomachs andliowcis cf
ncss andRest.Contains neither
Optum.Morphinc nor Mineral.
Iteapc of Old Er SAMUEL P1TCUKR
ytnist Seed * f
J\f>pcrmint - f
Ufi Car?onattSoda/ * f
f firm Seed -
fterrified Sugar .
Uih&ey/xtei ftmvr. I
a perfect Remedy for Constipa?
tion , Sour Stontach.Diarrl.oca
Worms .Convulsions .Fever i sh
acss and Loss of Sleep.
TacSimile Signature of
|^ EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
The Bituminous Vnri?tv Robbed of
tu...' i HIUOl
i-^ln.r , r.ff lit Otivennort
niaM 1 :tur< (.?' a superior
i.. . ? l ? . ... if thv
- .??"-n---v* .if r-"- ? r v.- - ' -?' |V -
I ..II liii, . ur.-.
? i tor ti ? ii i.iiiiii
. i A rein. .. i.i . . I i si ,,i utt
d< ? :rlhed It .= [oil; ws to ;? Kansas City
-i 'ii pert i :
" I'be t Implitled . Low ever, In
tins: I'he ooh < Itf?ieil net...en the
' url and kofl coal in u-? to.ta, is tha*.
t'e soft coal contains .*?? much higher
?iPTCflltag" of vo'*?tjlc> I i. > obUllc
tar ah ftocl Is c n.'tmcd?th n doe*, th
kiatd coal. We ohi'm tn ? xpel this vola
tile matter fiotn tee soft coal, and there
hy make it bettet Li lux? purpose* tbat.
the lianl coal new in u?o. It is dune b\
11 process of heat und pressure, aud Is
only in a small way a repetition of the
process used by nature to tbe same end.
ll iru coal is found deep in the earth,
where the bent and pressure are ?reutest.
"You will notice the words 'hard* and
'soft.' 'Anthracite coal'Is nnv rock coal,
whether it conies from Pennsylvania or
uot. The 'bittiniinous' coal of the West
contains so little bitumtn that the name
is hardly descriptive of it. Our success
lies wholly in the expulsion of the
wasteful matter in the soft coal. We
get rid of the clinker, the moisture and
the smoke, which have no heat proc He?
ilig qualities, and we retain only the
fixed carbon, the hydrogen gas and a
minimum of ash.
"In the first place we take any kind of
soft coal and pulverise it. Then it is
subjected to a thorough drying process
under a temperature of 200 degtees
Fahrenheit. From the drying process", it.
go's into a hopper and is fed into the
furnace that does the real work, for
here, by the heat nt about 1,01)0 degrees
Fahrenheit and the constant stirring by
revolving brushes for from -15 to 55 min?
utes, the properties are separated. From
the^soft coal from this process we get gas
enough not only to heat the purifying
furnace, but to heat the furnacb of the
mill or manufacturing plant beside?.
We also get and save the ammonia wnter
in the coal, which, under process of evap?
oration, gives tho ammonia crystals, and
also a high quality of lubricnting oil.
Tho coal under process is then sifted
down to the cooling bin, and is afterward
pressed by machinery into round lumps
of any size. These lumps are tho fin?
"Now, about, the saving. From one
ton of pocr soft coal ?wo are not particu?
lar about the quality?costing to produce
not more than 1.2?"> per tou at the mine,
we will get about 1.200 pounds of better
hard coal than the Pennsylvania anthra?
cite, enough gas to run two large fur?
naces, besides ammonia, lubricating oil
and pitch, which are side products, and
may be sold. This will put the cost of
production of or r hard coal at less than
*'2 per tou, though it is doubtful if would
he sold for less than $0. People are not
in tho business for their health, you
know. By this means the soft coal dis?
tricts of the West and Southwest will
be able to control the hard coal trade of
tho world. The plant being put in at
Davenport will run the light and bent
power house itself and produce 50 tons of
coal a day. This is absolutely smokeless."
After hearing some friends continually
praising Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, Curtis Fleck, of
Anaheim, Cab, purchased a bottle of it
for his own use and is now as enthusi?
astic over its wonilerlul work as anyone
can be. The 25 and 50 ct ut sizes for sale
by H. C. Harnes, "He puts up prescrip?
A scholarship in the National Business
College of Koauoke. Apply at the
Oysters by the pint, quart or gallon at
We pride ourselves on keeping the
BEST of everything in our line and in
making prompt dellveiy. Look out for
the belled teams. W. K. ANDREWS
& CO., COAL AND WOOD DEAL
ERS, 2111 Salem avenue.
IS ON THE
Oactorla la pat up ia oao-s!.3o noit'ca only. It
i not Bold iu bulk. D.in't allow anyone to ecll
on anytliug clrc tl.n plea r? proiniso that it
> "just as gooa." a:al "will nnswer ovcry ptr
?se." ??- SlCv that you get C-A-S-T-0-R-1-A.
Miss Christine Bradley, daughter of
tlio governor of Kentucky, whoso selec?
tion by her aiihex to christen tho now
battleship Kentucky recently stirred up
n social row of vast proportions iu tho
Bluo Grass f tuto. is a charming young
woman of 18 who is jusi ;\t present flu
i hing her education in Washington col
MISS CHKISTTKE 1IKAI1LEY.
logo, Washington. Miss Brndloy is a
striking brunette. Sho has a talent for
music and lias taken a course of instruc?
tion at tho Cincinnati Conservatory of
Music. Her rival for tho honor of stand?
ing sponsor for tho now battleship is
Miss Hurict B. Richardson of Lexing?
ton, whose selection about a year ago
by the now ex-Secretary Herbert nindo
her famous throughout tlio country.
Can so of an International How.
Einil Lnedcrs, who by thrashing a
cabuiau caused an international contro?
versy between Haiti and Germany, is a
half blued negro, and this is Iiis first
bid for fame. Ho is tho sou of a Ger?
man merchant who settled in Port an
Prince years ago and married a nativo
Haitian woman. Because, of Iiis alleged
assault on tlio cabman Lucdors was ar?
rested nud sentenced to ono month's im?
prisonment and to pay a lino of $500.
Ho appenled to tho German consul tit
Port an Prince, and that official prompt?
ly demanded of President Simon Sum
not only Lnedcrs' release, but tlio pay?
ment of an indemnity of $1,000 for
each day ho had been imprisoned and
an additional indemnity of $5,000 for
each day the releaso was delayed. Lne?
dcrs might have been in prison yet hud
not tho United States minister, with a
view to averting serious trouble, secured
KM IL Ll/KDEItS.
his release. Because Haiti refused to
pay tlio indemnity Germany threatened
to send n, warship to Haiti. Thou oamo
the action of -this government in send?
ing tho Mnrhlehead to Port an Prince
and tho subsequent developments. If
Mr. Lucdcrs thirsted for notoriety, he
bus cause to congratulate himself.
Smallest City In tho World.
The smallest city in tho world is said
to be FcutOll, a beautiful little hamlet,
on tho picturesque Mornmcc river, 15
miles to tho south und west, of St.
Louis. According to the. St. Louis Re?
public, there are less than 100 people in
Foutou, yet it. has beim an incorporated
city for more than ~0 years, and dur?
ing that time it lias grown considerably.
When it was first incorporated, there
were less than -15 inhabitants in the
place. It is the only city of its si/.o iu
all probability in tho world that is in?
corporated und has a mayor and a full
quota of eity officials, None id' tho city
officials of this unique little placu are
paid salaries, Instead they receive cer?
tain fees foi* the pi rformanco of their
spceiliu dni ins.
BUCKLKN'S ARNICA SALVE.
1 he best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bhetim,
Fever Sores. Tetter. Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and nl' Skin Erup?
tions, and positively cures Piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 20 cents per box. For sale by
Dr. Cody's Condition Powders aie just
what a horse needs when in bad condi?
tion. Tonic, blood purifier and vermi?
fuge. They are not food but medicine
and the best in use to put a borst in prime
condition. Price '25c per packauo. ***
WOOD! WOOD!! WOOD 111
For PINE or OAK wood?by the CORD
or by the LOAD?prepared for COOKING
STOVE3 or in BLOCKS FOR HKAT?
ING STOVES, go to W. K. ANDREWS
& CO., 219 Salem avenue. Their belled
teams are always ready to deliver it.
Go to the Virginia Carriage Factory to
get your buggies and wagons repaired.
( Tlio Kreut remedy I
Int.- er Lost Munliti
Mcntul Wevry. exc
MiniptUm uni i i.-.i
BBJT?S9 aJ?D L'diNU. anUH? to cure or re
For sal* by OHAS. D. I
"A BRIGHT HOME
HEART." JOY TRA
FOR WEAK MEM
OF All AGES
NO MONEY IN ADVANCE. Won?
derful upullimcc and scientific rem?
cdlcs sont on trial to any reliable
man. A world-wtdo Tcputatioi-i back of
this offer. Every obstacle to nappy married
life removed. Full strerurth, development
and tone pi von toovery portion of the body.
Failure Impossible; aito no barrier.
No C. O. ?. scheme.
ERIE MEDICAL C0.>?a%WS:
A TON GF COAL
Would bo too large for Santa Claus'?
pack, and it wouldn't fit the average
stocking very well. Nevertheless coal
pays a mighty important part In the
Chriftmas festivities. Without good coal
the dinner will be a failure and the notice
will be cold. Prepare for Christmas by
orderiug your coal from us. Yon will
be sure, ot having the liest?we don't Bell
any other kind.
NELMS COAL CO.
'Phones, 110?-1(50. l?i Jefferson a?reet.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
JffoiuLsy. Dec. 27?One Night Only.
First time here in seven years.
Soon to celebrate the 4,0C0th perform?
ance of this play. No need for further
talk. WM. F. CONNOR, Mgr.
UOOMS FOR RUNT over Riley's shoe
store Suitable for ofllce or lieht house?
keeping. Also a good* hall. Apply at
*tore, .'10 Salem aveuue. 12 84 8t
VALUABLE Roanoke county land for
sale. Ninety acres on the west side of
Franklin road between Leslie's Store and
Hack Creek,.four miles south of Roanoke
city. Sixty acres in original heavy tim?
ber. A rare chance to secure a farm.
Terms liberal. Apply to H. H. and C.
L. CARTER, Black&toae, Vii 138 Ira
BOARDERS WANTED.?Good board
can be had at S. .1. Rurks, 713 Henry
street s. w.. at $1-1 per month. Table
board at$11. 12 23 lw
WANTED.?A few more boarders; my
new residence, 1141 South Jefferson
street (Stewart building); aceotnniauaolou
first class, heated by steam throughout,
hot aud cold'baths. Elegant stable for
rent cheap. MRS. H. C. HOPKINS.
12 4 lm
WANTED?Salesmen for every town be- S
tween Roanoke and Bristol to handle out?
line all wool blankets and othev house?
hold goods, sold on easy ir.onthly pay?
STANDARD INSTALLMENT CO., ?
v Roanoke, Va.
Nothing bat a loos'
remedy or chance ot
rllmiile will euro it.
Uet ii well Itn'ovn
Ely's Zmm Balm
It la ijulcklv Ab?
sorbed. Gives Kellet
m onoe. Ooens >ind
clonuses the N<i!>.tl I'at?
Allays Inr.?mmstloTi. Uoals and Protects the
MeuihrtiPo. estores the seiincn ot Tasto and
Smell. Full Svv.c Me; Trial Slae U'c ?t Droggleta
or by mall.
K1.T UUU rii ious, 66 Warr en street. New York
COLD 'N HEAD
3reakfast 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper, 25 cents. Meal tickets, SfL J
?I. CatOgnl's restaairaut
'or narvons prostration und all nervoii3dti"es."csot
?na or either oex. i>uoh us Nervous Proslrslion. Kult
M\. inspotei-.?y.Nli.'hlly KuitRslons. Youthful Krroru,
e < Ivo use of Tobacco or Opium, which lend to Core
ally. With every ?5 order wo rIvo a written Ru?rv
[iiixl tho money. Sold at HI .OO perbox, O Mow*.
?05 OO?MPH"? 'TR8KI
I MAKES A MERRY
VELS ALONG WITH
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