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rrrv.sps: tf 4r - 1 I W . i:ss m Kammtn'- "SSJSBXk3& JsvP "t m SOLDIER STORIES. laterestlng Anecdotes and Recollections of Wars and Battles. GOING INTO BATTLE. Cincinnati Times-Star. Said Capt. George W. Stone: "I don't believe any man ever went into a bat tie withoutfeeling frightened. I know I never did. It's when he is forming hie men into line for a big battle while a lit tle skirmishing hre is kept up all the time. Every minute or eo - some one, may be your best friend, standing right next to you will shriek out, '0, my God.' and fall back dead; yet you cannot let your men fire, for the army must be drawn up first. There is plenty of time to think. You don't dare to retaliate in any way. ne next bullet may nnd your heart, and your children will be father less. It is a moment that tries the bra vest man, because he has to stand quiet ly and take it all. But when the ordei comes to fight and the excitement of the battle arises, fear passes away. You have something to do. You have a duty to perform at any cost. Bullets drive into the ground at your feet, sending up little clouds of dust, they whistle past your ears and may be cut ho'es in your clothing. Shells and shrapnel kill youi comrades and leave you living, and soon there comes a feeling that some good fortune has preserved you and will pro tect you, and the desire to do as much damage to the enemy alone fills your mind. That was my experience in the army, and I don't believe the man lived who did not feel at the commencement of a fight that he would rather be some where" else." HANCOCK S COURTESY TO GORDON. New York World. Gen. Gordon related an incident of his experience in New York which appeared to nave touched him very deeply. He was complimented in the first place by being invited to act as aid upon General Hancock's staff. When he called to re port for duty he was handed an order which directed staff officers to take their positions in the line according to their rank. General Gordon was embarrassed when he read this. He had held one of the highest offices in the confederate army, but under the existing order of things he had no rank. So ne solved tne vexed question of his position by going modestly to the end of the line below every one of the regular army officers down to the humblest But he was not permitted to remain there. An aid from Gen. Hancock came galloping up and di rected Gen. Gordon as the ranking offi cer to take his position at the head of the staff next to Gen. Hancock himself. This recognition of his old grade deeply touch ed Gen. Gordon, not that he cared any thing for the position itself. He is too much of a man of the world to be moved about trifles, but the spirit of courtesy and friendliness that dictated the offer stirred his chivalrous nature to its fullest depths. Again at the tomb Gen. Gordon fell back, deciding to yield the place to some of Gen. Hancock's regular military associates. But even then he was foiled in his attempt by the watchful courtesy of Gen. Hancock. Word came quickly to Gen. Gordon that he was out of posi tion, and he was directed to move up above General Roger Jones and hold his place to the close of the ceremony. RIDING A CANNON D6WN HILL. St. Louis, Mo., August 26 In there- union of ex-confederates at Fort Worth, Tex., two G. A. R. posts pitched their tents in the center of the camp, and there was an exuberant good feeling be tween the old soldiers who had fought eacn oilier. he following interesting story is reiatea Dy a visitor to tne re union: When I was at the G. A. R. tents I heard a story which impressed me as being very dramatic. A Union soldier named McNamee was the raconteur, with an ex-confederate named Strong. It was at the battle of Pea Ridge, and McNamee said: "I was with the Dattery which was crowning a slope; the rebels made a dash at us and got the guns. We came back at them and fought fist and skull in the battery, pulling the can non this way and that. We got two of the guns back, and the third one was jerked up to the edge of a steep, ravine. One Johnny jrot behind it and gave it an awful shove,' jumping on the carriage at the same time. I picked up a musket with a fixed bayonet in it and threw it at t him in the shoulder and went through but he rode that gun down the hill, and whenh tgotto th( bottom he shouting up to me ." "Well, here it is," and, pulling off his shirt, Strong showed tho wound of this "very bayonet which the other had thrown at him. "I rode that gun down she hill," he Eaid, "and I pulled out that ayonet and got safely into our lines." Of course the men shook hands, and were sworn brothers from that time for ward. This is but one of the many scenes which I have noted, and which time and space will compel me to save for subsequent letters. GREAT DEFEATS. Army and Navy Quarterly. In the German official report, 1866, we find that 400,000 men fought in the battle of Koniggratz, and it is stated that the outposts of the two armies faced each other within a distance of four and a half miles without either army suspecting the near and concentrated presence of the other. Clery has an excellent chap ter on this' head, though one would prefer different division and definition of these duties. McDonald, on the Katz bach, trusting to reports that Blucher was in retreat, and taking no precautions to verify them with his cavalry, was surprised on the march, and his defeat became such a rout that he had to beg -the emperor to come in person to restore matters. In 1870 MacMahon's right flank was left unscreened. The result was that, although he had two divisions of cavalry in the reserve, his fifth corps was surprised and routed at Beaumont. In tactics the same rule holds good, for "at "Waterloo Napoleon neglected to re cosUNDiter toward "Wavre, and became AWMtto late of the advance of the Frus- The iMoessity of constant touch is by the fact that alter the Jtattrlitz. Murat's cavalrv mis- McsWUm of retreat of the allied myVaadso the whole French army Mraied on the wrong road. To obtain tht touch of the enemy and keep it is all important in enabling reconnoiters to And out much about him. This is bast done by small bodies, having great mo baity, under snarp omcers or non- isiniro omoeis. vest ocuauw "The more the enemy oonisd by 'points' and wmrt'WmBZ? which avoid him, but constantly re turn again, and not by tangible bodies, the more certainly will every attempt he may make to break through be frustrat ed, and the less will he be able to avoid perpetual observation and obtain any information for himself." Touching the distance in front of the army that the screen should maintain and the extent of front to be covered, Clery gives some useful examples: "In'the advance of the first and second German armies from the Saar to the Moselle, in 1870, the cavalry of the second army during the first day's march was pushed forward to points varying from fifteen to twenty miles in .advance of the general front Ten regiments were employed, and they reconnoitered along a bine extending from Pont-a-Chansey on the right to Pfalzboure on the left, about sixty miles This gave one regiment to about every six miles of front to be reconnoitered." FIRST DISCOVERY OF GOLD IN THE E0CKY MOUNTAINS. Park County (Col.) Bulletin, A good deal of interest has always been attached to the question where the first gold was discovered in the Rocky Moun tains. Two or three places claim the honor, and at the risk of tearing them up with dissension, we shall advance a new competitor. In 1857, six columns o United States troops were sent from Sioux City, la., to reinforce Gen. Albert Sydney Johnson, who with a small force, was encamped on the Wasatah range in Utah, and nreparine himself for an at tack, as the Mormons were very threat ening. The mounted troops hurried to the front, but on reaching Lodgepool Creek, in Wyoming, their horses were so tired that they were forced to halt. Dur ing this halt Lieut J. Alexander and a soldier named Slater left camp for an antelope hunt They were on the bank of a creek a few miles from camp, when, on stooping to get a drink, Slater scoop ed up some pebbles among which were particles resembling gold. He called the ucuicuaut a aiicuuuu iaj u auu uuu agreed that it was gold, but on going back to camp the men pooh-poohed the idea of finding gold east of California, and the matter dropped. While return ing east the next year the lieutenant was too busy to look the matter up, and at the breaking out of the war he joined a rebel regiment from Georgia. In the meantime the soldier, Slater, died. A short time since the writer met the lieu tenant, who was visiting Colorado for the first time since 1857, and he then related the facts we have narrated. His story is entirely credible. How to Save Money, and we might also say time and pain as well, in our advice to good housekeepers and ladies generally. The great necessity existing always to have a perfectly safe remedy convenient for the relief and prompt care of the ailments peculiar to women itmotional irregularity, constant pains, and all the symptoms attendant upon uterine disorders induces us to recommend strong ly and unqualifiedly Dr. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription"-woman's best friend. It will save money. Constipation Is positively cured by Carter's Little Liver Pills, Not by purg Ing and weakening the bowels, but by regulating and strengthening them. This Is done by improving the digestion and itimulating the liver to the proper secre tion of bile, when the bowels will perform their customary functions in an easy and natural manner. Purgative pills must be avoided. Ask for Carter's Little Liver Pills. Price 25 cents. We Caution All Against Them, The unprecedented success and merit oi Ely '8 Cream Balm a real cure for catarrh, hay fever and cold in tho head has induced many adventurers to place catarrh medi cines bearing some resemblanbe in appear ance, style or name upon the market, in order to trade upon the reputation of Ely's Dream Balm. Many in your immediate locality will testify in highest commenda tion of it. Don't be deceived. Buy only Ely's Cream Balm. A particle is applied Into each noBtril; no pain; agreeable to use. Price fifty cents ; of druggists. Hay Fever. I have been a great sufferer from Hay Fever for 15 years. I read ef the many wondrous cures by Ely's Cream Balm and thought I would try once more. In 15 minutes after one application I was won derfully helped. Two weeks ago I com menced using it and now I feel entirely cured. It is the greatest discovery ever known or heard of. Duhamel Clark, Farmer, Lee, Mass. Price 50 cents. Sot time an mosey ey oatng 8t$wart't frsai tng Poos' or for outs and aorta so animals. Soif ooaromkon, 16 and 80 ets. moo. Trait When Baby -was sick, -we gare her Castoria, 'When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, "When she became Miss, she clone to Castoria, i she had Children, she gare then Cattcri. AbntfMtelil Free from Opiates, .netics mnd Poisons, A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE Cewjcas, Sera Threat, Haeneaees, Ialaeaxa, Oelas.Breaealtla, Creaa, Wheevtac Oeaaa, AaUata, Msy Palaa ta Cheat, aad otter aSectlont of the Threat and Laac. Prices cents a bottle. Bold by Drugelsts and Deal era. Itortteavnalfo to iitatux their deuer to promptly getitforthemvxnre&MtmtottUE&rmckartM paid, by tending one dollar to IU CHARLES A. TOeiXTJt COXFJUTt, Bola Owners aad UanofactTTOS, . BalUun, UarjUm. V. 8. A. o Tfce BTJTERS GUIDE la laemesl gep. ajsel Mmreh, eawaiTSjar. && aaecs. SXxUV tawliae.wltaiejTCT 3,600 UlsMtrmtioms a Ftecaore OeOlerr OITKS Vhehaa PHtm Tfreef to eonsmneis aaa an aeaa tux vesaaaal r laaaitr sue. VellaBMwtst "f" " oaTeweix- Twm worn, saw, enrtasc, wear, or torn. with. Haass IMVJtXUABlVK samtaim JBsraaattam sfimm neel aaaxscaaaT tasweria, TSa rr EE aus a- raipt sflt eta. te ttrr s aiear Areas RY WARD CO. Red Star . tradeXhjuaric 0IJGHURE aMfj ;rHSSSfr SSSSaMV i saSBBBBBrSSS SBHaiu ATSSMsasCMaaaailli. aneawaaaaaaeaaaa-aaaaaaaaaeaaaaawaag-- EgSBMBMBSMIiSMMSiWMWBaMaMMMWMMWWMMMaSjaMWIBBASMSSM w I i r . ift ?ti T S B. v V J . n i v - - -" " " ,.j:.2 , Z , . : - Z "f ' MR. T. MCCARTHY, Kichlsnd Gtattf, Wis., after suffering six years with an aggravated suffering six years case of salt rheum, was cnred.br tbe use of Gale's Carbolisaive. 25 and 60 cents. mm pj itmggmm. Ifl. Brazil the wives of soldiers order ed on duty are confined in convents. Many imitators, but no equal, has Dr. Sage's Catarrh Bemedy. Xass of Flesh and Strength, with poor appetite, and perhaps slight cough in morning, or on first lying down at night, should be looked to In time. Per sons afflicted with consumption are pro verb: a1 ly unconscious of their real state. Most cases commence with disordered liver, leading to bad digestion and imperfect assimilation of food hence the emaciation, or wasting of the flesh. It is a form of scrolulous disease, and is curable by the use of that neatest oi all blood-cleansing, anti- bilious and invigorating compounds, known as Dx. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery." Insurance. Insurance is a good thing whether ap plied to life or property. No less a bless ing is anything that insures good health. Kidney-Wort does this. It is natures great remedy. It is mild but efficient cathartic, and acting at the same time on the Liver, Kidneys and Bowels, it re lieves all these organs and enablcp them to perform their duties perfectly. Ithas wonderful power. See advt. There is no reformer as thorough as temperance reformer. London Au nishes an example of one a tailor, who refused to make a suit of clothes for a publican. IfcYou Will Be Happy. Make your old thingst look like new by using the Diamond Dyes, and you will be hep. py. Any of the fashionable colors for 10c. at the druggists. Wells, Richardaon & Co., Burlington, Vt. An eminent gourmond, who belonwu to one of the most celebrated piscatorial clubs of the east, has just announced un equivocally that he prefers bullheads to trout. ', Iilfe Preserver. ,1uar?A09iDs yur s iD on life fry "Wells' Health Kanewer." G.es direct to weak spots. "Bough on Fain." Cures cholera, colic, cramps, diarrhoea, aches, pains, sprains, headache, neuralgia, rheumatism. 20o. Bough on Pain Plas ters, 15c. The Fort Worth Gazette, after a brief eclipse, has made its reappearance, as claimed, "upon a firmer financial founda tion than ever.'1 Motners. It you are failing; broken, worn out and aervous, use "Wells' Health Renewer." $1. Oxuggists. WU$VUl FOR THE J NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM yu. to a piuuuci m me aoiiga or DTienaiy Islands, -where it has long been used aa a val uable remedy by the natives. jteotrjfrjp. is a compound of Tonga with -vvwvvc other ingredients whose cur ative properties have been thoroughly tested, jtWfvOftmo. ? token Internally, andpro--vvuyvwt duces no unpleasant effects. it contains no Opium or Morphine' TnvrnA tn.j. i .n m . . A A MFLLIPD HTrLr "" 4-KlOE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE A. A. IWELUER. Sole Proprietor. 7QQ and 711 WASHTOGTOK ivEKPR RT BiX S, f11 A'KUQOISTS. KansasCity Inter State Fair FIFTEENTH ANNUAL EXPOSITION! 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JOHN BULL'S FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER, AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES. The proprietor of this celebrated medietas Justly claims for it a superiority over all rem edies ever offered to the public for the SAFE, CEBTADT, SPEEDY and FEBMAHEHT cure of Ague and Fever.or Chills and Fever.wheth er of short or long standing. He refers to the entire Western and Southern country to bear him testimony to the truth of the assertion that in no ease whatever will it fail to curt if thedireotionsarestrictlyfollowedand carried out. In a great many cues a single dose has been sufficient for a oure, and whole families have been cured by a single bottle, with aper feot restoration of the general hswftth. It lay however,prddent,and in every of more cer tain to cure.if its use is continued in smaller dotes for a week or two after the disease has been checkei, more especially in difficult and long-standing caaes. usually this medicine will not require any aid to keep the bowels in good order. Should the patient, however, rt- three or four'doies of the Tonlo, a single dose of KENT'S (VEGETABLE FAMILY FILLS will he influent, use no other. DR. jjOHN BULL'S SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP, BULL'S SARSAPARILLA, 'BULL'S WORM DESTROYER, The Popular Remedies of the Day Prlsdoal Pace. 881 Mala gt tQTJIgVILtaVaX JOSEPH GILLOTTS Sold by ALL DIALIBS taroaghoat tbe WorJA Col Mslal VstIs Exposition, ltTt. tlAEN nuEums&i&e sb cjfneaever offered. Ad. J. D. Bbowk, Mgr., Be- CURE OF and NERVOUS HEADACHE ,d2J2?!inc&iafte5 te"tWit that Tohoaijs !.. t u -."" iu wrenu cages oi .nett ralgia. It has mven me perfect satisfaction. V. B. OSTRANTITm XT Tt 1?..h,. Til .ujith rn2vi 'lYivaiTTm . - i . w tnSwff3 ?AigE fauNenraWa and Inflam mafory Bhenmatwm, with the veryBert results J.PAQM.D:,Vantoco&.TjL 1, INCLUSIVE! PREMIUMS. RING CONTESTS ! or any other information, address, ED. H. WEBSTER. Secretary, KanRnafHtv Mr, Secretary. P. I. BONEBRAKE, Trsasarer. KANSAS. 1& INSURANCE COMPANY, HOADLKT, J. H. Biggs, Tie Best fatemroof Coat Beware of lmiUtiona. fioBewnuine without tae JUnatntad CstalocMfne. AJ.Tower, HARNESS M Ffi CK li sal II ' ' ' aaaa) arFTTTB Stfifi Pens HOPS IrfALT JJ BITTERS, If you wish a certain cure for all Blood diseases. Nothing was erer InTented that will cleanmthe Blood and trarify'the System equal to Hops and HALT Hitters. ItoMes up the System, puts new Hlooal In your veins, restores your lost appetite and sleep, and brings you perfect Jaealtau It nerer fails to give relief In all cases of Kidney or Liver Troubles, Blllonsnows, Indl- Kwuvu vxtosupauon, dick .ueaaacnes, xya- omplalnts X when properly taken it is a sure nervous disorders, ana all remaie cure. Thousands have been benefited by it In this and other Western States. It is the best Combustion of Vegetable remedies as vet discovered for the restoration to health of the Wealc and Debilitated. Do not get Slops and MAM Bitters confounded with infe rior preparations of similar name. I prescribe Hops A Halt Bitters regularly in my practice. Robert Turner, M.D., Flat Eock, Mich. Tor sale bj all druggists. HOPS & MALT BITTERS CO, Detroit, Mia BROWN'S IRON BITTERS WILL CURE HEADACHE INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS DYSPEPSIA NERVOUS PROSTRATION MALARIA CHILLS and FEVERS TIRED FEELING GENERAL DEBILITY PAIN in the BACK & SIDES IMPURE BLOOD CONSTIPATION FEMALE INFIRMITIES RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUBLES FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS The Genuine has Trade Mark and crossed Red lines on wrapper. TAKE NO OTHER. We Want 5,000 More BooK Agents to SeM The Personal History ofC U. S. GRANT! Vfc Wtk aateuatk Oramr mtln aiBter, MI MtMI mini, Md I u Bod (oayua art -tllit't int. A Uaft uidw tin toUm, sayvUy Bbatnli WwaMMimtlatTi7QrMAnwPMtart!amntwaMii Sa tlMQ ktaia. IM WntUaUSMUIfl MCBHClAbXUaSTO AOiWM,tiiaiiitm at kr U. for aUt fKmOn UK mm AUlM 4MBBIOAN PUBLISHING CO. HkrTfeH sstsss Chtcajcsj Cincianatb sr Bu liSsiS) DROPSY TBEATED FREE. DR. H. H.GREEN, A Specialist for Eleven Tsars Fast, Has treated Dropsy' and its complications with the most wonderful success; uses vegetable remedies, entirely harmless KemoTSs all symptoms f drossy In eight to twenty days. uures pauenu pronooseea sopsisss ayiassasssc From the first doss the symptoms rapidly etssp esr, and in ten days at least two-thirds ef all armp oms are removed. Some may cry numbus wltsoat kaswing saytaBsg bout It. Remember. It does not cost voa aavtalaa to realise tbe merits of mr treatment fer yearssS I am constantly curing cases of loss staastag, that have been tsDD ea a nuasber ef times, aad the satlent declared unable to lire s week. history of case. Kama sex, how loag afflicted, ho badly swollen and where, la bowels costive, hare lei am d wt . Give ran Give Ictei; , how ilea barstsd and dripped water. Bead for free passphlew containing testimonials, asettfoas, eta 10 days treatment furnished fires bjmall. Epilepsy fits positively eared. u oru lex trial, send 7 een s5Jene ses Avenae, Atlanta, Oa. BOSS COLUI PAD Of ZlnO at, LAflthar NOMORB eOBB 1TBOK8. aS&aea SttS4K CUMTleVsTaeHssss. Wla. that ere Waal, seas r an, wi? tker ehroaie or acas4a toubc or f "ARABIAMl Old. wu BT tB EYE LOTION." jXoeaaellcMraleMttasn "oV-XtsS aanafaMS to a bay. mw PrieawHfcfmndlreeUoae.1 rseaedy, very svectlf e, r. WarraBted. Tj-r ft. wlaarandlneUoBa.erezimsc4La- Send rrnmn Trrami rnnn inimii i nrrtm iti mi asTleraaleayallieajnaalllsIlCTaKsts. DVD xtrwir mhimi ha eyaty eosaty or tpwa toseU aat artlese BTJCRT 'AUIXB WAKT8. SS-Sg KtaU WrJtoiBraartlcalajs. Low Mfm Co- Toaoka. r- P. a Box M. LIQUID GLUE yjrJ9V.4.1.IIP..FQrtCa;MtsTji0 Awarded OOLO MEOAL. LONDON, MBS Ui aBZ4 T .Saw a .Hamlia Orzaa sad flsao Oou, Paahaaa Ua:iraiaeeuvui..ac. Jara i CarCo.. ac CtMINTCO.OL svtHiwntnt. taavie Tia Caa sy laattTa fH BSBSBMSav nta. ftct $25, aan mOOOWSSWlASMMWtOiCtBTOVOtOtJIaOtQQtittOlmB BBMssaafMHlathewasatcaaeaJiiBBnnBBaDatBBsaBB motMoopiolUdtoemsitSosSmSTm niMnFR ;.-KrK waasawassss ray, aaarsssnts. .leva m -wavy COVWTMM I sTFI'l Isl MMWU L JKvAS7vBS mySHVSSS BVSSMSSS. i (From the Iota MsraJaf lUtaU.) The following injunction has beem ob tained bj the Hop Bitten Company, i Rochester, N. Y., against Collatinot J), Warner, of Reading, Michigan, prohibit ing him from manufacturing or selling u German Hop BittartJ The PretidewL of Die Thit$i State cfAwm ica to CuUatiMu D. Wmnur, ef Reading, Mich., hi ttTKBidi, wortmen, eaUtmm agertft, and each and every of tkcm: Whereas, it has been represented unto the Justices of our Circuit Court, the Hon. Stanley Matthews, and the Hon. Henry B. Brown, at Detroit, within and for said district, sitting aa a court of Chan cery, that you, Collatinus D. Warner, are toanufactnxint; and selling a medicins samed German HopBltters, inrawdafcns' imitatitmot tbs Hop Bitters made and sold by complainant, your said medicine belog decited. calculattd and intend' ed to mMead the puolic Into purchasing snob eownr terfeit goods a the manufacture of the complain ant. We therefore. In consideration of the premises, do strictly enjoin yen, the said Gollatuaos D.Wa ner and all and every the persons before named, from using the cords "Hop Bitten" on any fluids contained in bottles so as to induce the belief that such fluids are made by complainant: and fur ther, from manufacturing, selling or offering for sale, any bitters or other fluids in the bottles and with the labels, and in the general form inwbica you were mannfdcturinsr and selling the bitten called by you German Hop Bitters, on the filing of the bill: or in any other bottles, or with anv other labels contrived or designed to represent or induce the belief that the bitters ox fluids sold by jou are the goods of the complainant, until the 'urther order of the court. Witnets. Tile Honorably If OBBISON K. WAITF, Chief Justice of the United States, At Detroit, this fifteenth day of July. A, D. 1888. U 9.1 Walter 8. Haraha, Clerk. Prosecute the Swindlenttt If when you call for Hop Bitters thedrnggial hands out anything but "Hop Bitten"' with a green cluster of Hops on white label, rhun that drungist as you would a viper, and if he has taken your money for a bogus stuff, Indict him for the fraud and sue him for damages for the swindle, and we will reward you liberally for the convic tion. See IT. B. Court injunction against C D. Warmer, Reading, Mich., and all his salesmen, agents, druggists and other imitators. 'nastaM i and all forma of DeMlitrla Mea from earir error, ignonmoe, tico orezceases tiueKiysM aSSHjr Cre without confinement by tlte CIVIALE TREATMENTS ir firmly established In Americanolely oa 1U Merits FREsT careen lnalrera, (not to boys, or cono-iity-eeekers), large Illustrated work on Uheasea f the Gealto-TJrlBsrr OrgM. Bral aad Nerrea, (Sealed, for 6 cents in stamps.) Gives testimonial, busi ness and medical references. Sx. CoaraUatls Free. CIVIAUE AOENOY. IT4 Fallow St.. New York. This is the Easiest Banning Nunlasr mo' hers reduced by overtaxing of the nervous force or by the drain upon the system ia ducod by prolonged nursing, should at once commence using Ridge's Food as a daily dfet. It wi A give strength to the mother, and Improve the vappl for the ltttle one. Remember Ridge's Food has been in use for thirty yeais in England and America, therefore is not an untried prepara tion. HEH53 Lawresee Mm if Teiempij ud Snirt-aaii Devoted exclusively to the careful preparatloai of Te'eg-aph OnyatoK, Station Agents, Shore hand sad type Writers. For Journal aiylns; faQ Infonnation address, Hayes k Hatchlas, Lawrence Tsusej. Esaiblislisd .ys Manilla Roofing! Seaeaableafln aVsatberi for ROOFS. OUT BID WAIXS, aad IN8IOB la plaee al Plaeter. Very stroag aael darable. OAR PT9 aad KUOS of aaaxe material. Catalogs) with testimnnialsand samples free. W. H. FAT CO., Caaadea, X. 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