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Daiif Capital Journal
BY HOimR BROTHERS.
FBIDAY, FED. 21, 1600.
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Altona and Ramona
Portland, 6:45 a. m.
Salem, 745 "'
Independence, 0130 a. m.
ISTFrelght received up to Jo p. m.J&
C ck time, regular service and cheap
I A. P. A,
t . w of Social and Fraternal J
Mr. and Mrs. Mower, of Lyon, Neb-
u . . Vtftt VIB1T..
SS, SSe1" caiifom. For School Directof Against
since Dccembcrlst. They win i - fl . ,
wk or moro In tho city. , I. , , , Uf. ,DVIU.
' TBNNY SOCIAL. ' , j
A novel entertainment (s prepared
ments. Questions arc iu w ....
SLL.3kinnil a larcc cake will be
given t3 thc one answering tlie most.
Admission 10 cents. i, fle vjayS AD0Ul nis uaiiui,
dacy and Acceptance,
The A. 1'. A. organization which Is
said to bo very strong In Salem has
forward a candidate lor bciiwj
a M.inkAn nln uunner will be served
at Central Chapel on Eighteenth and t
State streets tonight. The ladles In
charge arc Justly famous ior iu
skill In preparing this delectable dish.
.,...i...,iM '. pntB: children under
jVUUlinoiuii 1 .
15 cents. Kciucmwr, wiw rr.ua, -; Wm M
night. All Invlteih Chorrlngton.
Ti'tnar l'AitTY. LVitimvintr netltion wns yesterday
Avcrypletsant evening was hpent circulat!(l In tills city and Is published
the residence 01 .Mr. uhi. ..-. Jn tllc corning duuvsu"".
To W. M. Chdrrlngteh:
We, the undersigned otcrs, tax
payers und patrons of school district
No. 21, rcallzlug the Importance of
the position of school director, and
believing you to bo particularly lilted
for the place, and that you will, if
elected, co-operate In managing mo
strong, Jr., of South Salem, ycsieruay
evening. Cards and music were the
order of the evening nnd a nice lunch
was partaken of. At a late hour the
guests departed, wishing the host
many returns of the evening.! Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Armstrong, sr., "Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Dauc, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rcnnlc, Mr.
and Mrs. O. I). Kennie, wrs. w.
Rafter, Misses Katie and Hattio nai
ter, Crlstie McCarty, Lottie Hcnnle,
. . . .-a M tAi1n linn.
A Sad Suicide.
Coroner dough returned last even
ing at 11 o'clock from holding art in
quest at Hubbard. . ' .
Irwin Plemmlng wa8.foUnd dead
with his throat cut lb a hophohse at
Hubbard', Thursday' morning. Coroner
Clough, of Salem, went to lipid nn In
Plemrolng was a young mnh of goou
habits, and VeryHndustrlous, nnd has
been living with W. J. Orlnt for sev
eral years. He was about 30 years of
m"a T.itfin was known of him out-
'side of the Grim family, .Is he was of
a retiring disposition.
A coroner's Jury was linpanciuu
i, riin.inir pltlinns: S. It. T. Jones,
fVm. Tlatts, Prof. 0. 11. Inland, 0. J.
Wolfer, J. R. Joruon nnu uuu. ...
w.rinouiiiv Plcninilne went to Au
rora, taking $30 with him and while
there he became Intoxicated. On the
mud home in the evening he lost his
hat, which seemed to annoy him con
siderably, as did also the fact that he
had drank to excess. Yesterday he
arose, came down stairs about 0 o'clock
saying nothing, but went about his
chores. Breakfast hour arriving, the
man failed to appear, but Mr. Grim
thought perhaps he had started on
the road to Aurora to find his lint.
Mrs. Grimm suggested the possibil
ity of the man having taken some
t nitric sten. 1 nally reaching an old
hop store-house, about 100 yards west
nf the residence, where a horrible
their gaze. At the nop
... .,.. .. . General Election
Stomach "Has Digested It Aealn.
. .- oi,rt stntesman renews u
demand this n.ng to have toe
primary law for cities of 2o00 or er
applied to the coming general county
iT'that is true, why has It never
before been enforced at a general
3r...i-.-n,iwiii.ncethl8 demand to
bh. "-""- - Tf no ono has
doubted that It applied general
elections, why Vn 0 Vviv he
It In Oregon until now? AVhy the
Statcsmnn'silabored efforts to force It
on the people now?
The Statesman's moors aru nuu ap
preciated. It whines teday:
Even this generous labor was 1 not
nnnrcclated In some quarters, but a
Xtcr onslaught was made upon the
explanation and Its motives, and the
Inflammatory declaration was thrown
""."V.' .i.ct)iinmn wits endeavor-
?S t S wwluttonto tiie manner of
hold ng primaries in and around Sa
cm wltl a view of pocketing the pco
nlc and wrenching from tlicm tho
Sacred T rights for, which they had
fought, bled and died.
The Statesman cannot get out of Its
A grand ejection ot tiie latest ettects in
woolen and wash fabrics,
New cr epes,
New dress goods,
And all the latest effects and materials, Call and sec them,
5. PL & E. ft. STOCK
257 Commercial street
Eva and LoU Armstrong
ni Mossrs. Gilbert Mel
lace Williams, Wm. Rafter, Orval j. 0. jRrown, Levi Card, John Knight,
Price and Chester Rcnnle. C, g, Hamilton, F. W, Hollls, J. y.
Barnes, C. C. Daniels, II. H. Ragan,
MAitiiiBD. 'n.M. Branson. Fred Glebel, BcnJ.
K BELL -FARRlNGTON.-AttherH- FOr8tiior, F. A. Wiggins, S. P. Klm-
'e.!if 'fflltt ball, , W. Matthews, E. K. Ilall, G.
Hjraie 111 iiiauuHiuH ,,.,., lllet
affairs of our public schools in a mot . f d iiicmming lying on
satisfactory manner, respecuuuj - . m lininense pool 0f blood,
petition you to allow tneuseoi jour, lllK,hroatjCti ti,e main artery being
ong, Freda Ron- nnmeasa candidate for said otlico n1' verc(1 Iind'thb windpipe very nearly
McFadden, Wal- thc comng school elcotiou. (Signed) , The man,fl QWn razor was graSpCd
O. W. Stutcsman went to Portland
J. J. Dalryuiple returned last night
Miss Mario Cundlff Is In tho city
E. P. McCormack returned last
night from Portland.
McKlnlcy Mitchell came up from
Gcrvals tills morning.
iTnrrv Rlntrloton camo from Port
land yesterday evening.
Rev. P. C. Hctzlcr left this morning
for Portland and Astoria.
Hon. Phil Motschan was a passen
ger for Tortland thU afternoon.
S. W. Thompson returned homo last
night from a short stay In Portland.
Attorney-General C. M. Idleman re
turned to Portland this afternoon.
Dr.J.w. Meredith returned from
Tho Dalles last night on tho overland
Dr. J. S. Stott, of Gcrvals and Br.
Cithey, of Woodhurn, camo to Salem
H. n Richardson, tho attorney, re
turned on tho overland from Port
laud last night.
Hon. J. N. Dolph will open his can
vass of (Multnomah county at Mt.
Tabor March -1th.
II. E. King who has Just graduated
from tho Capital business college re
turned to his homo In tho Waldo Hills
Mrs. J.J. Dalrymple, Mrs. O. E.
Krausso and Mrs. Jos. Albert returned
last night from a short visit In Port
laud. Alonzo Gcsncr and M. L. Chamber
Hit were homo coming passengers on
tho evening bound local from Port
land last night.
W. A, White, of Whlteaker, was in
the city today on business Ho re
ports that farmers have already put
In largo crops of grain.
II. G. Condon, a young attorney of
Eugene, arrived In tho elty today and
will 1)0 tho guest of his sister, Mrs. R.
S. lteau, for a short time.
Hon. T. T. Geer of Macleay Is In
considerable demand at political
meetings. Ho has requests to speak
at Huttovlllc, Brownsville, Halsey,
Sunnyslde and elsewhere.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosburg re
turned to Portland today after u
short visit with Mrs. Rosburg's uncle,
Mr. J. A. Selwood, and family, of this
B:.TO O'CIOCK, wcuiiuniiuj' .,'. r Tr T f, IT lw.rt.
February lit. IBM, M ss u. snu.o. ....., w. ...... --
Kate E. Farrlngton to .Mr. win. .m. son, is. r. iv.encr, wyuu ivcuci, x,. .
Bell, of Salem, Rev. M. C. Wire, of Cr08an, W. F. Stolz, A.M. Maccy,
the First Methodist church of that VnA A Legg, E. II. Jackson, Chas.
city, oniclatlng. I T,ann,,nt)r. t,. f. Ltu,e. M. D., J. II.
The ceremony was 1" "' , Brook8( lla'y L. Furiuer, W. W. Steph
presence of the relatives and a few", . ',P , w c Hubbard. F.
ntlmate friends of the contracting .? nl"' V ii a S i
U. v aien, " w. . ,,.v.,
parties. Tho newly wedded couple
arrived In Salem on tho 2:20 local
Thursday afternoon, and nt once pro
ceeded to The Willows, where they
Thc bride Is one of Eugene's fairest
and most accomplished daughters
wliile tho groom Is a trusted employe
on tho Wallace fruit farm.
KELLY DAY At thc home of the
ltr iln'n n Rtnr. Mrs. .lonn W. uarr,
at tho Willows, at. 4 o'clock. Thurs
day afternoon, February 20. 1890,
Miss Emma Day to Mr. J. B. Kelly,
both of Salem.
Rev. W. 0. Kantner, of the First
Congregational church, performed
tho ceremony In the presence of about
two dozen of tho friends and relatives
of tho contracting parties, after
wlili-.h hoartv congratulations were
tendered tho newly weddad couple.
Tho rooms had been artistically
decorated with choice cut (lowers,
mlstletoo and ivy and presented a
charming appearance. Tho brldo was
dressed In a lovely cream silk with a
beautiful bouquet of orchldsand white
rosobuds. Tho groom wore tho con
ventional black. At thc conclusion of
tho Impressive ceremony tho party
repaired to tho dining room where an
excellent lunch was heartily partaken
of In which "longuo" llgurcd quite
prominently. Tho nresonts were
numerous, both valuable and useful.
Tho groom -is well nnd favorably
known In and about Salem and Is at
present employed In II, G. Meyer's
tonsorlal parlors. The brldo Is a
handsomo and accomplished young
women . possessing many excellent
dualities. Sholias resided near Sa-
Men's Shoes ! ' '
Ladies' Shoes J '
Boys' Shoes ! '
P. A. Thomas, 0. II. Chapman, G. W
Smith, Geo. G.Brown, J.L. Kapllnger,
O. G. Savage, Fred Wnymlro, NW.
Garrctson, W. E. Sorber, Joe Tylor. J.
P. .Hummer, James Fisher, T. Van
Patton, J. M. Davis, D. W. Joseph, S.
Brown, Bert A.Uhpdes, E. W. Brown,
Mlltbn Brlggs, M.' L. Wllmot, J. L.
Hofcket, F. R. Davis.
Mr. Cherrlngton Is an old and well
known member of thc firm of Cher
rlngton Bros, of this city, a life-long
Republican, and said to be prominent
In thc American Patriotic Associa
tion, or A. P. A. Ho and his friends
make no concealment of tills and will
make an onen flulit for thc election.
The fight will be a warm one, as Dr.
I Byrd Is a Democrat and has many
I friends In tho order, though ho does
not receive tho support of the organ
ization In his candidacy. Tho gentle
men arc evenly matched. On Mr.
Cherrlnirton'a potltlon are a number
of names who did nob sign as A.P.A's.
was seen by a Jouknal writer and
frankly stated that the call on him to
bo a candidate was a genuine surprise.
Ho had been approached on tho mat
ter bofore Dr. Byrd became a candi
date but had declined to allow his
name to bo used. Now tho matter
was In a different form and a great
deal of pressure was brought to bear
and ho might accept. Mr. Cherrlng
ton said: "Tho place will be a hard
one to till. Tho levy Is very low nnd
It Is going to bo hard to glvo.satisfac-
tlon, I have not a better friend than
Dr. Byrd, who Is my family physician
n wl T Ittivrt ilia li If tit not fitarvait ft
I uiiu & ttttii; viiu (ftiiau 4vonvv iui
In one hand. Tho man had bled to
death. The appearance of tnc soics
r iiUaljooalndlentod that-the mntf
had slashed his throat wliile standing
up and had walked around in his own
blood, later falling down in a sitting
posture and llnally toppling over.,
Tho Jury returned thc following
"We lind that the deceased came to
his death on the 20th day of February,
1890,by having his throat cut,scvcrlng
tho Jugular vein with a razor In bis
own hands, nnd wo aro fully satisfied
that it Is a case of suicide."
There was found on tho person $8.ec
In a small purse, a silver watch and
buckskin chain, a note book with
hieroglyphics In It, but no writing,
nnd a tintype picture of a hotel front,
whro a number of persons were
Mr. Grimm said he owed the man a
sufficient sum to give him a burial,
and tho body was. Interred today In
tho Hubbard cemetery.
Severk Injury. -Wednesday eve
ning, James Hyde, residing on Com
mercial street, near Division, while
moving 801110 hay In tho uppcrportlon
of his barn, made a misstep and fell
to tho floor, sustaining a fracture of
tho collar bone and scapula. Dr. Mott
was called and soon hnd tho Injuries
attended to. Mr. Hydo was'dolng well
yesterday, but will bo compelled to
remain indoors for a few weeks.
Macleay. The Republicans of
Macleay precinct will meet nt tho
town hall Saturday night February,
22, to rc-organlzc their club Tho
farmers are all sowing wheat but it
expected there will bo qulto an at
OF ALL KINDS
Solid stock at prices that cannot be met. Don't fail to sec them,
FOUND-l'atent leather memorandum boofc
containing valuable papers. Call at th! of-
ftce and prove property. 22131
GROCERY STOCK. FOR SAUi-Atl
bargain. Addrew A. B care Joarml. :t 3
lb YOU WANT a fine, lame team of fi,.
I cUis horses; a full platform spring wjgon,
good and strong, or a two-scaled open cit.
riage very cheap, addres at once, X, lilt
PAPERS. Portland, Sacramento, Swtlf
Tacoma and San Francisco papers on silt it
Miller's Postofiicc block
PUBLIC MEN, TOLITCIANS AtJo liUS
Iness houses can obtain all newspaper infor
mation from the press of tho state, cout and
country from the Press Clipping Baretj.
(Allen's) Union Ulock, Portland. la-aott
leiti for several years and her many , him us a man.
friends will Join In extending hearty Dr. Ryrd has made a good director
congratulation)!. The newly wedded and It will take hard work to fill his
couplowlli leslde In Salem for the' place as well as ho has Hilled It."
present, although California may bo1 a member of tho school board was
tholr future home. ' seen, who said It was not an A. P. A.
'ninm iir.ik.int vvi.ro" 'Air. mill Mm ....... i i ... .. n.
...,-,....... ........ .......... ...... iimiL ULUii. uul unit, Air. uiifirnntrron
V 1 II.. f 1
j. 11. ivcii), oir. 1111 .nre. jqo. . represented tho people who thought
Hiifi. Tim- mill r,w W. P l.fiiitnnr . . .. ...
;. ' . .. r ,; ' . .A I l'r- ilyro too conservative, ana that a
Mr. and Mrs. L. fl. Kelly, of Oervals, 4 m,n tax wns too 8IunU to nm tho
Mr. and Mw. Col. J. Ol.usU'ad, Mr. m 1)roperiy. Ho ja Mr,
and Mrs. W. R. Roll, Mr. and Mrs.jc,lcrr,ngton wa8 opix)8e(1 to cutting
uvu iiisiHiiii, . ww . dOTn teachors' salaries to
Mason, .Mr. aim .Mrs. 11. au iiranson,
Mr and Mrs. A. E. Day, Mrs. Day,
Miss Rose Johnson, Miss Mnblo Bran
son, Miss May Mason, Misses Jessie
and Bortha Kmettt and Mr. Jno. W, '
To Leave. Dr. Roland D. Grant
will leave Portland, but has not de
termined where to locate. Ho Is tho
most widely known nnd prominent
pulpit orator on tho Pacific coast, and
as a lecturer has wen in great tie
Military Ball. Tonight nt tho
armory companies B and I give a
grand military ball. As added at
tractions there has been hard work all
day by tho committees to reduce tho
floor to a high state of polish. A good
tlmo Is expected.
M) Weeks' Grace!
During which time you can get the ben
efit of .the 10 oet cent discotint on all rw
- v ,, r. tlon to aityouo opposing i
cefies exceot suaat Mafrri 1cf w mrvu ' grounds of A.p.A.um."
'r S -. - .,vAwvw w MK. CUERRT!
tlgtiro, and favored a tax high enough
to pay off part of the debt of tho dis
trict. NOT OITOSEU TO TUB A. 1 A.
Mr. Cherrlngton would not renlv
I directly to thS question as to whether
I no was tno a. r. a. candidate. Ho
aid: "I do not consider that I nm
tho A. P. A. candldato but under-
' stand that to bo tho Issue at tohool
elections nearly everywhere. I did
not understand that I was being
1 brought out by tho A. P, A's. as
I their candidate. No A. P. A. corn
Imlttee has waited on me. Where
there aro two candidates it Is quite
natural that one should bo called the
a. i'. a. caimiuate. i nave no objec
tion to anyoue opposing me on the
the Van Eaton cornet. Orw4c rtrtinrr 151r-,m-...HS??L.?1"y.i8sa
- ' -w.w bWAAA& iv iuc x'cuwonens;
RL BRANSON X Co,
303 Commercial street
After careful consldemtlnn. i win
...... ..... i..i : -
Niy 10 mo pciiiunera wno nave re
quested me oa this date to allow the
I use or my name as a candidate for
school director at tho coming election,
that I will permit the use of my name
no n (.nnjIlftntA T?Aoruu.f.lln
Wm. M. Chehrinoton.
Indoor Baseuall. On noxt Wed
nesday eve Companies . I and B will
will play a match game; Saturday
ovenlng the university nlno nnd B Co.
will play a match game. Fobruary
29th tho Albany and Salem companies
A Picnic CIosq buyers can still for
a few days get tho biggest bargains
ever known in groceries, crockery,
etc., in the Van Eaton stock, which is
being closed out at prices lower than
oyer before known.
foolish proposition In this way. The
people are In earnest nbotit holding
their own primaries this year. Slates
are not going to bo accepted at the
hands of tho semi-Democratic ring
managers of tho Statesman. The
men with red clny on their hoots and
tho men oil thc bottoms and prarics
nnd out of the big timber and from
tho hills and country towns are going
to turn out as never before and run
tholr own primaries. They are going
to do It becnuso they love tho sound
principles of Republicanism too well
to let them be made mere trading
stock of a few Salem and Portand pol
iticians to ride Intooftlcoon tho shoul
ders of tho common people only to bo
spit nnd trampled on after they get
Tho Statesman says It has "digested
tho law again," etc. Everybody
knows It has been tho organized stom
ach of tho Republican party nt tho
capital for many years. But this year
tho stomach is not going to dictate to
tho rest of tho party. Organized ap
petite is not all there is to Republi
canism. The Statesman cannot "digest1"
things for all the Republicans. It's
appetite and digestive apparatus nre
too large and It costs too much to feed
It. It Is thc only real Salem hog In
politics. But the self-styled digester
of the party is badly out of order. It
Is bilious and dyspeptic. It has been
living too high for It's blood. That
is why It Is lighting Mitchell, Her
mann, Gcer, Barkley and some of the
best Republicans In tho county men
who are strong with tho pcoplo be-,
cause thoy aro not connected wllh the
great digesting organ at Salem
Excursion. The Woodmen give an
excursion to Albany Saturday. Steam
er Altonn leaves Salem at 2 p. m
returning after banquet and enter
tainment. Grand time. Independence
band and Monmouth rnalo quartet
will bo aboard. Tickets, round trip,
50 cents. Call on n. C. Downing, at
Martin's Jewelry store, and get your
Chicago, Fe1). 31 Wheat, cash 62jc.
May 64 .
New York, Fob. Ji.-S'.lver, 66c;.lead,
3 3" SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
San Francisco, Feb. 21 Wheat, t.iai
NVool.. Oregon, choice, too j Inferior 7
8c, valley, 9 1 i.e.
Hops Quotable at 40c.
Potatoes 50 to 80c per sack.
PORTLAND MARKET. -
Portland, Feb. 21. Wheat valley, 62jc;
Walla Walla, 60.
Flour Portland, $3i llenton county,
3; graham, $2.20; superfine. $2.15 per bbl.
Oats White, 2324c; grey, i92ijrolIed,
In bags, $4.255'25. barrels, 4.30 7.00;
Potatoes.. New Oregon, 30Sc per sack.
Hay.. Good, 5.5o8.So per ton.
Wool.. Valley, oioc; Eastern Oregon,
Mltlstuns..Bran, H.Soi2.Soj shorts,$i2
Poultry.. Hens. e,c: rocstcrs. Ti.Soperdoi
and not wanted; ducks, 2.50(3.00 per doz..
turkeys, live 7c; eges 12 cents cash.
iy,chop feed,i2I5 per ton; rye, 80c per c.
llldea.. green, salted 60 lbs 5c; under
60 lbs 44Vici ,neeP Pelt5 7oo.
Hops, .Oregon, 4 to 5c, according to qual.
Butter. .Orecon fancy creamery, 40094$;
fancy dairy, 35; fair to Reed, 3o355
Cheese .Oregon full cream, I2i2,c.
Eggs.. Oregon, 15 per doz.
Poultry.. Chickens. 2.50 per doz.;
ducks, $5.oo6; geese, $6.oo7.oo;: tur-
P. O. NEWS STAND.-Local Subscriptioi
Agency for all newspapers and magninti.
Fine atock of cigatB and confectionery. F. W,
Miller, Prop. l 14 tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE.-The best hi;
fruit and stock ranch In Oregon, contiimnj
200 acres. Will sell cherp, on easy termt, or
trade lor good hotol. For particulars inqmn
at this office. II. A. B. 1 31 tm'
CARPET PAPER Large lot of heir;
brown wrapping paper for sale cheap. Tut
the thing for putting under carpets. Call at
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
thc most complete stoce of
brushes of all kinds in the
state, Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of grass seeds,
Grand Military Ball!
keys, qioc; dressed, 11 12 Vic.
Beef. .Topsteers, 22 3.5c per lb; fair
to good steers, 2y,z 3.5c; cows, 22c;
dressed beef, 45c,
Mutton.. Best beef, 2.oo2.25; choice
ewes, 1.50092.00; arcsseu, 4c.
heavy, 3.oo3.4o; nEh
,7?: dressed, 4c per lb.
.choice, 56c; large, 34c
and eeders: 2,
Wheat. .55c per bu., market firm.
" Oats .17c.
Hay.. Baled, cheat, $4.5005,00; timothy,
Hour.. In wholesale lots, 2.85; retail,
3.00; bran, bulk 9.00; sacked, 12.00;
shorts, H.0012.00; chop feed, 12.00
Veal. .Dressed, 4.
Hoes.. Dressed, yt.
live Cattle.. 1 i.
Given by Companies Band I
at tlie Armory on State street
on Friday, February 21,1896,
Tickets may be had of Lieut J.
A, Evans, Lieut, F, W, Holmaa
Corporal Wm, Fiester, Corporal
Geo, Hunter, Musician Howard
and F. Tichenor. v
Music by Elysian Orchestra-
General Admission, 50 Ccn
Throat Cut At 94 Court street.
That Is nothing. Doty cuts tho
throats of all of his lino poultry, and
Bellsmptlilng but choice fish, oranges,
lemons and nuts.
Fkom Dk, Smith, Dr. E, 0,
sends a note to The Journal where-;
In he states that he hns neverclalmed
to have any connection with the,
W. 0. T. U. Bov. n. A. Denton
j will addres3 the audience at the W, C.
Smith T. U. rooms on Court street Sundav
afternoon at 4 o'clock. 21-2t
stated by a
Lamou Exchange. The meeting
to organlio a branch of tho Labor Ex
change will bo held in the Council
Chamber nt 1:30, p. m., Saturday.
Everybody should attend,
J. II. O'Neill, travelling" passcnge
agent for the O. R. & N. Co,. Is in tho
Th U. S. Qov't Reports
Chas. B. Hood, Broker aud Manufacturer's
Aeent, Columbus, Ohio, certifies that Dr.
rungs new wtscovery nm no equal as a
Cough remady. J. D. Brown, Prop of St.
iamesuotei.it. wayue, Ind., testsfles that
he was cured of a Cough of two years stand,
ng, caueed by La Grippe, by Dr. King's New
Discovery. B. F. Merrill, Baldwinsville,
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