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THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE.
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Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, April 13, 1898.
<j 81.50 a Year
?AS YE JUDGF."
I rem nstrance flff in?t lier fate. Good I f-**, Roy.i;. th? h;<,.w 9r.d?? b-ki-o powdar
i rem U'-"**"-" b . , , I 1 tn?a.n Actual tr-.t. .how it QOt.ono
PRICE S-2.2S?READ Of. I
No. 083. Brass Trimmed White En?
ameled Bedstead, rande In 54,48. 42nnd
86 inch widths? length 7f> inches, lt has
one-lnoh pillars, two 4nch brnvs vuse-s
and caps. This t>ed n-taiU at from 5 to
6 dollars.
Buy of tho maker and sn ve tho mid?
dleman's profits. Our Cuticle cues are
mailed for tho asklnpr. CorapU'ic Ilne3
of Furniture, Draperies', Crockerr,
Pictures, Mirrors. Store*, Ki frlvi-ra
tors. Baby Carriaires, l*WB|K*. Hoddles-,
etc., are c >ntain< d in thc** books. Our
Lithographed Carpt't Catalogue show?
ing all kooaIs in bund painted colo:-, is
also free: if Carp -t samples an- wanted
mall us 8c. in stamps. I)ropapo-ta' at
onoe i<> theuionov savers and rome ia
ber that we |iny fr*'I chi thin
Month on pnrrhasrs of ? mi |><n,
?fcew?*> I iii-iclia, IS?~ll*-ra -n-il
Bas;* anio a ie 11 nfc- to $j -ieeil oe er.
JuUusHines&Son
BALTIMORE, MD,
pttaee MeKTto<< Tm; aaec*.
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PRESS AND PULPIT.
Js tLA power of the pulpit 011 the
wane? Has its influence decreased as
that of the press has increased? A
simple affirmative or negative leply to
this question would come far short cf
a correct {statement. Undoubtedly the
pulpit to-day is not to the same extent
ai at one time the exclusive source of
information for the people. The pross,
dtily and weekly, now furnishes infor?
mation that formerly could be obtained
only thiough the pulpit, and to this
extent tbe influence of the latter haa
been restr cted. But what ha* thus
been lost in extension has been gainel
in intention. The pulpit, relieved
from Wi irk extraneous to ita proper
sphere, Ins devoted itself with increas?
ed energy and effectiveness to its tra*
calline.', tte moral and spirtunl eleva?
tion of the people. And in do ng each
iti proper work, there is no conflict b -
tween a faithful pulpit and a hightone 1
mond pres,?Montreal Herald,
WILL BUY A NICE
BUGGY
AND A GENTEEL
Set of Harness
.AT....
PIERSON'S.
Hare you will find the largest and finest HOI I limn! of BL't-UIES and CABRIA0E8,
-ts well as a full and complete line of JIARNESS ebeaper than ever
ottered on this market. Call and bo convinced. Don't forget we havo
Wagons, Plows, Harrows, and Everything the
Farmers Need in this Line.
Remember I h:i\v not n. gi -cteil my
m} Grocery Department.
?*?
W.F.PIERSON,
Corner Main and Henry Street*,
.????? Ask. foi our "Treaties on Stock," Free,
LEXINGTON, VA
but l.nc e ?:.! direct t > Ceo con
sue.ac- f.<r I.', vears at vito!;*.
Bal. prices. Savksfl Lim t!;e
aaaiss'.as**!*. Shipanj
arkara fur cxamiivation
? iia| ,v-krrant<J.
Il Set vite of Vehicle.
IA ..t-.la'S of Hirno.e.
T..plJugc;;is.c}3CtocJ70.
_arrc\?. f.otaiijlji. Cania
pgM, ri.actoas, Traps, Wajrcn
??a ? CS"*~ otUts. Spriiec^-Koad and Milk ->-c j. -^
ftt.n. Sutiaj Harseae . M*(. |I6.00. Wa^aa, Mead fur lar"*\ fuo Ko.WOtfurtej Price, with cortaioe,
Aa 5 t,.-i a. mell, for %: j Cut.,. ? cc of ... I out stvlvl. ebade, apron '-ni icc Jim, |C0. aa good aa
ELKHART IA WU AUK AND lamil MFU. CO. Ve*, li. 1'UATT, Kt-e-,, KLKHA11T.
tampa, ec.,,.
lell.ltlSl
INO.
NOW IS THE TIME
-TO BUY ALL THE
Smooth and Barbed Wire
THAT YOU WILL NEED AS THERE WILL Bl
Advance in Price on all Wire Good!
March 1st,
WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK ON HAND AND WANT TO
Protect Our Customers as Long ai
Possible,
??-?y'-t
and we can beat do this by securing your orders ae soon as possible so that we "can be pi
pared to serve you by buying a larger stoek before the rise comes.
How about a
Corn Shelle
that we are selling at auch low prices that you can't afton! to be without one, even if y<
com is not selling for as much as it is worth.
-DON'T YOU NEED A
flew Saddle or a New Set of Hame*
for the spring season? Wc have the largest and best assortitl line coming in that we hi
ever seen carried in town. Yo can furnish you anything from single buggy har?
nell up to a four-horse-wagon harness
The Owen IJaidware taipan}
LEXINGTON,
(Opposlto tho now court house,)
VIRGIN
FORD'S HOTEL,
Richmond,Va.
Best Location in the city?adjoining New City Hall
and Capitol Park.
Table unHurpasse 1 by any in tbe South,
American or European plans,
McDOWKLLfe I (HU),
ffirSA'lflfte\l!:&AlS?lSV13?Mam]t&il&.
yreSJB .fc SIS '&$$&?&%Vv, 7Em* Tt> s
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FLOWERS
PANSIES, NASTURTIUMS
SWEET PEAS, one Pkt. cf y
each variety for only C nf n <
aa* ea* liinu tl laia Mme., 0 ll le) I ,
OO.J ot '** Calal..*** and floral Cilice
sui :> s. wnmm, sosk*.j
Straaet*.. Slaa.?s<eHe, Sec
Ii is genei aUy other people vho profit
bj our bitter expwiencee.
WAFTED, -Several Koot? rai
with a number of girls to
in canning fuetory. The
can get land to farm, < r oan get work
? J. lt. C. COMPANY,
Koaring Run, Kototourt Count
Feb 23 18983
Doable* th* Pleasure of a Jin v.
A floeoarrlaKedoubloathepleirvaureof
los. Intending bilyera of curriiiiros or
bess caa rave dollars by sending io
targe, free catalogun of the Elkhart Cai
aud Uurueu Wu. Co., Hlkbart, Ind.
AT TAYLOR
Wife of President W
Paine's Cdcn
"At Taylor college, I'plantl, Indiana, ono c.
of the tho buildings, "Marla Wright Hall," ?
bears tho name of Its donor on the corner 0
stone. Maria Wright is the wife of Rev. John <
R. Wright, the president of tho college, as t
well os president of the "National Assocla- <
tion of Looa) Preachers," a familiar name, ]
especially to Methodists, all over the coun- i
try.
If anyone has known the luxury of doing
good the beloved wife and co-worker of the
president of Taylor college has enjoyed her
share. In tho same helpful spirit with which
sho has helped many poor struggling student
by something moro substantial than good
advice, Mrs. Wright writes to the proprietors
of Paine's celery compound hoping Romeono
may bo benefited by Paine's celely compound,
i as lier letter shows she has been.?
Washington, I). C., May 24, 1897.
1337 10th St., M. W.
Wells, Richardson A Co.:
Dear Sirs:?I Anti your Paine's celery com?
pound of much benefit as a tonic. Since
taking it I feel much stronger. \ take pleas.
uro In recommending it. Respectfully,'
??_? Mrs. H. Maria Wright,
^Every yerson who has takop Paine's celery
\M
to
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work
men
NEW FIRM.
mt
Change |of Place.
.J. P. WELSH
Has removed his fresh meat market to tho
corner of Washington and Jefferson sHroets
(old staDd of D. Welsh k Co.) and has con?
solidated the fresh meat business with the
grocery business formerly carried on by D.
Welsh k Co.
The stylo of the new firm will bo
Welsh, Deaver & Co.
JU Full stook of all kinds of fresh meats. The
best quality and greatest variety that cnn bo
had.
SPRING LAMRK. MU'lTON.
PORK, RLEF, AM) VEAL.
Wo had spring lambs killed on the 24th of
March. That was earlier than ever before
In this irarket.
We make the best SAUSAGE in town?no
adulteration In seasoning, no strings in
sausage
Will have a fine lot of cattle first of \nc,\\\\\
bought of G. W. Efflngey. They are the best
In the county .none excepted.
Will have Dressed Chickens all the jeai
around.
Fresh Fish and Oysters
are 1-OOlTOd dallv except Monday.
We have from 8,000 to 10,000 pounds o
Racon of our own curing aud -111 have anio,
lot of Welsh's Canvased Hams on the niarke
in a snort time.
W Don't forget we soil Pure Country Lard
our own moko.
Dur new rooms are the most ooDf-Blon
?{and best adapted in town for conduct ing lin
meat and grocery business. Wo have piont;
of room and polite employees to walt on on
customers. Call and soo us.
WELSH, DEAVER & COMPANY
Cor. Washington and Jefferson Btu,
'PHONE NO. 23.
= .- ' -..'Ti?^
SENT ^Pree
to housekeepers?
Liebig COMPANY'S
Extract of Beet
000_*5_. BOO*
telling how to prepare miwij delltja
and delicious dishes.
Address. Llebig.'o,, P.O.Boxg718,NewYoi
jj. filf l.r ct. r_ Rnc'li._i Dh, ,cn.l Hl-aa.).
PENNYROYAL PILL.
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HAIR BALSA!*
Cl.u__.f ?>_ h_uii(_? _h? hah.
-IO. KUI ? ln_..ri:._t frowth.
,c er l'aila to Ilctlota Oraj
i Bair io I - Youthful Color.
??' : ut DmnM_
_M_j__l Ml !?_?_-_?
COLLEI,
right Thankful to
[ Compound.
"impound has observed how soon'ltregulated
fate bowdo and clears tho whites ol the eyes
f that y-llow jaundiced look. Another wit?
less of Its luyigoratlng capacity^ that may
?scape the notice of persons not accnstomos
o ordinarily employing this test ia tts effects
>n the pulse. Observe the firm, regular, full
oilso tbat was before uncertain, fluttering
ml feeble.
Tho great susceptibility of women to worry
ls heightened by the fact that she leads a
moro confined, monotonous life, narrowed
(Iowa to the four walls of homo the greater
part of thc Paine's celery compound ls Just
what such nervous, depressed persons need
to restore their nerves to energy and to lift
them out of their constipated, dyspeptic habit
of hotly. ?
Paine's celery compound counteracts th.
exhausting of work by its strong lnducemenl
to tin- dclceate tissues to tako more food
It plainly Induces the nerves nnd brain tc
feed th* mselves more liberally, and has thin
saved countless men and women from chronii
neuralgia, rheumatism, sleeplessness am
failing mental power.
No remedy has been discovered so rich ll
flesh forming and energy-producing constlt
uents as Paine's celery compound. ? \.
Spring *
Dre55 Good5
ARE NOW
SEASONABLI
*&$*-?*_
WE HAVE JVST RECEIVED A CHOlC
LOT, OF WHICH WE MENTION:
?WHIPCORDS, Black and Nary;Blua, -
POPLINS. Inch. 75c. per yard. !
recommend these for service.
GLEASON for skirts, all wool, ln__r-i
PLAIDS rich colorings, 36 Inches, 60
COVERT CLOTHS, In tho chojlcei
Spring shadoa
Ncw weaves In BLACK CREPONB.
A large variety of Plain and Fancy mix*
goods at 25 to 50c. per yard.
Tho above embrace some of the chole.
dress fabrics on the market, and the prlt
we make will cause you to doubt tho chan
in tariff!
We offer a limited quantity of ready!
wear SKIRTS at *1.25 to $5.00 each. T
latt.-r is an exeellent all wool serge, w
matle, and lined throughout with "near-Bill
Black nnd Navy Blue.
GINGHAMS will be much worn. Thi
are vuna}' kinds., that you may b?yanywae
but we oontrol one for this market, thal
t11v. Gingham of the season. It ls 8ILV]
STAR MADRAS, and ls St. Inches wi
guaranteed to wash, is much finer and Ugh
than percale, ami ls only 12J cents percys
BONNY DOON FLANNELS for dress
sacks nntl wrappers, at 10c. per yard, are
fi._l.nt imitations of French flannels, i
cost, lt ss than half as much.
PUNJAB PERCALES aro the beet
wash and wear '.hat 124c. will buy.
We have a beautiful line of Embrolile
and White Goods.
Our GROCERY DEPARTMENT la wen
of your careful attention. We are not p
cutters, but we guarantee the price and q\
ty of all our groceries.^
Try our new brand of Canned Tomat
nice, ripe, solid OMoif, with very little Ji
Lnngdon's Cakes and Craokers art.
b r-st. Wo got them often and always 1
them fresh.
TRWTN & CC
SHAKE INTO YuUK 8HOE8.
Allen's Foot-Ense, a powder for tho
It cures palaful, swollen, smarting
and Instantly takes the sting out of corns
bunions. It's the greatest comfort dlsoo
of the age. Allen's Foot-Easo makes t
fitting or now shoes feel easy. It la Ta
tain cure for sweating, callous and hot, t
aching feet. Try lt to-day. 8old by
d niggl sis nnd shoe stores. By mall for
in stamps. Trial package FREE. Add
Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
200,000 Brio]
Apply to JOHN SHERIDA.
rac__9-8m. Lexington,
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BT BAHA'I B, KOBI.
Thankful Marsden was a maiden of
the lon-? ago; a maiden quiet i.nd
demure keeping close to the inglenook,
buiy at her little spinning wheel, with
its fluffy di?taff of long gray flax wound
abput it, long silken threads which she
wound into knots of forty strands ea-b,
and binding ten of these knots into one
held in 1 ir bandi a skein of fine linen
fit for the looms of Lady Washington
herself in lal er dajs.
Still,it Thankful was kind and demure
she yet was fi 1 d with pride, for each
Saturday night she hun,; upon the
deer's antlers at the end of the gray
stone man! il the results of her labor
for the week, to be wondered ovir and
almindby the eldfis of the ehurch,
who often spi nt the intervening hims
between the morning and the cronin
meeting at the block house of John
Marsden, and sat at his hospitable
board.
Chary as tha good men of these daw
often were with their praise they did
not stint it when the sweet blue eyts
of Thankful Marsden appealed to them
for it, from the aged Elder Peabody,
who rode regularly Sunday after Sun?
day to the big church on his agad chest?
nut mare, with his aged wife be?
hind him on a pillion, to tha two youth?
ful and unmarried alders Stickney and
Berwick, to whom a walk of fifteen
miles before church time was as noth?
ing*.
"A right prudent and thrifty help?
meet will she ba to some pillar of the
church," quoth Elder Peabody,lc-oking
meaningly over the horn bows of his
spectacles at young Gad Stickney,whoa
the three mala visitors led thitherward
by Sitter Peabody had discovered once
more tha handiwork of Thankful Mars?
den.
Elder Stickney colored slightly. It
was well known that he kept a reckon?
ing of the skeins of fine linen tbat
Thankful weakly hung upon the antlers
of the deer.
"Fudge, I say fudgel"
The pious and orderly party in John
Marsden's keeping-room were greatly
startled by this unseemly exclamation,
''What is your meaning, Gracious?"
demanded Mother Marsden of het
younger daughter, with the blackest oi
frowns upon her brow. "Surely yoi
do not wish to cast a slor upon th<
industry of your sister?"
"Far from it, although methinks 1
could with truth cast a difforent ligh'
upon it, It only saddens me to know
that lhe deems it welt to value herseL
upon the work of her bands. I thin]
Thankful were better in health am
spirits did she spend more of her tiro
with me, in the open air in the wild
wood,"
"A truce to thy slothful idlenessl
cried John Marsden, sternly. "Mayha
it may punish thee to know that amit
B*rwick today haa made choice be?
tween thy sister and thee, and that I
baB fallen'upon Thankful."
A. silence fall upon the gioup.
silence eloquent with emotion. Smit
Warwick had long been thought tl
unavowed lover of Gracious Marsde:
and Gad Stickney the favored swain i
her sister Thankful.
Gracious flumed red, then pah
Badly, and her eyes sought the wu
cracks in the slab floor,
Gad Stickney'sbreath cameand we
audibly.
?'And Thankful?what says abe
this change of purpose?7'
It was Sister Peabody who asked a
her voice quavered,
"Sha acquiesces.'*
Gad Stickney put his beads to 1
throat Smith Berwick glanced at 4
aged lady and murmured as if
apology?
"Thankful is a better worker tl
Gracious."
"It is a righteous punisbmi-nt
her tricked idleness," announced J<
M arndell sternly.
"Funishment?" It was Graci
who spoke; her clear voice rang
wickedly. "Punishment to be spa
-from binding myself as a slave to
will of a man who would choose a .
for the labor she could perform i
still live? Thankful, I pity thee. (
Stickney, find for thyself another b
slave, but from this day speak to m<
more of thy religion or of thy God
I will have nona of them!"
This latter sentence she hurled
in the face of her parent.?, and ere t
found words strong enough to repi
her she was missing from among tl
and when they glanced from the <
doorway they saw that Gad Sticl
was striding away alone toward
depths of the gloomy forest.
Peace had ever been tha watcha
in the home of John Marsden, au
wai so still, for Gracious, in spit
the wrong which she ft lt bat.
dona her,, wai toe proud te make fai
Misti ess Mar. don and lier I.iihi mini,
however, lest no opportunity of com
munica'bg th_ r hope to tl eir hi nds
tbat thia would be a cbec'_ up n l:cr
idle habits.
For a lime it seemed as if this were
so, for sho laboi ed early and late, no
longer, however, in the hi me of her
father, but arcong those wh) c.uUl
give her broad piece i of sdver for her
wonderful embroideries, which from
their cunning were iu after days coun?
ted against her.
"Hast succeeded in thy venture?'
asked John Marsden, with tome feel
ing of kindness, in his heart toward his
younger daughter, when ut length b'io
returned to tho shelter of his roof.
"Fairly," replied Gracious, bowing
her head eouno .u_ ly.
"A seventh unto tho Lord," suggest?
ed Johu Marsden.
"To Hie black man rather," re'.oited
Grtu-ious, pertly; aud when tbe good
man bade her lay before him her wage,
she did so; but it was in the shape of
gay broidered stomachers, slippers
with high red heels, triplo ruff, and
bright scarlet broadcloths,
" 'Tis tho robing of the wc man of
Babylon!" cried John Mared- n in
righteous anger.
Ai d Gracious bowed her head in
acquiescence.
John Marsden would have bfted up
his voice and cursed her had not Sister
Peabody, who was pre_?nt, laid her
hand upon his lips.
Sorrow lay close at Ihe hearts of
good Master and Mistress Marsden
when their younger daughter, gay
with bright ribajds and rich velvets
seated her* elf among the more trifling
of the congregation in the old lo(
ehurch, and it began to be whispero.
ameng the evil minded that _he Lat
met Ihe evil one during one of h.
many walka abroad and had signet
her name with her own blood in hi
book. Her familiars, too, were easil
pointed out in a family of nimble littl
black equines which she had pette
fince her babyhood, and which cam
readily to her call, and followed he
along ILe limba of the trees as sh
walked in the forest.
Smith Berwick, listening to i lu _
evil repoi ts, and noticing how in an
congregation of the people tho crow
gave way I ef ore Ler, eeemicg to lei
the touch of h?r garments, felt bi
spirit tink within him and a guilt
tremor shike hia hi art.
Unknown to the family of Joli
Marsden, he took hia flintlock au
going out alone into the forest he _____
down every one of the little black fu
ry squirrels with which many a tin
and oft as children Gracious and hin
?elf had played.
"Nevor again will they leap forth
accuse her," ho thought sadly, as 1
gathered them into his game bag ; a:
hastening deeper into the forest
buried them.
It wal dusk wheo he returned ag.
Ab approached the block bouse t
gaily lobed form of Gracious cai
forth to meet bim.
"Thankful is ailing," _ he said, lau{.
ing strangely, "and I am accused
us.ng art._ against her, Knowest tl
also tbat I have feigned my na
in the devil's book?"
"I am accun-ed in the eight of
Lord!" ciied Smilh Berwick, emit
his breast.
"Better go for the leech," coucac!
Gracious, the tears rising in ter o*
Smith Berwick turned and haste
to do her bidding. The way was
long but across a seldom used cordu
road through fie thick awamp.
Half way across it the great do,
a neighbor rose up out of the ri
and followed him, snapping at
crossly aa it passed. Almost wi tl
thioklng of the occurrence Smith 1
wick wiped a few drops of blood i
his hand, nor noticed that a few s
away the dog had fa'len down
a fit.
Thankful recovereel slowly undei
m inistration of tho leech.
"Over much labor for her strcn<:
he decided, and tho parents, will
proachful looks at idle Gracious vv
have absolved her from their eba
of witchciaft had not two weeks 1
Smith Berwick been stricken
madness.
He gnashed his teeth, ho foami
the mouth . He called upon Grui
in every tono of endearment to
him and forgive him.
"She has transferred her spell
me to my lover," moaned Thaukfi
A meeting of tte elders was c:
They prayed with him, they wre
with him, they strove to exorcisi
demon; PTxtl when they saw that i
vi J RF-FOR
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Dna wnw ux um ms.
t Coach arma. T*__w -ood.
la tim*. Bold ?T dr_t_<
third farther than any other brand.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure
ROVAL IUK.NO PO*
was approaehiog they bison, lift ho to
name tho wicl e 1 witch who torment' t*
him.
Between rabid bat ks, ike Iboae ol a
wild animal, he shriek, d "Giwcfousl
Gracious!" and expired.
And Gracious rose, whits ind
trembling, from har place in the i omer
where sl.o had Leon cowering.
"Before the God whom I lave
wickedly doubted I swear that I un
innocent < f hU blood?that he knew
not v. hom he was aoeuaing?that Lo
loved none but my unworthy M If! I
am certain c f thin, it is my only com?
fort in thc hour of doom, and Leing
certain of this I am willing to die.'
That night they bound her tend r
wi isl 8 aud led her forth to bc tried.
A year later, Thankful Manden wai
wedded t) Gad Stickney; but sh9
proved not the provident helpmeet
that he bad expec el; her strength bad
departed and ber spirit wa-, br* ken,
for in thc congregation she was point*.
ed out as the woman whose Stater had
been but iud as a witch.
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LfcE'S GOOD ADVICE.
Gent ral Fitzhugh Lee was a>-ko.l by
a Confederate soldier who Lad served
on his staff dining the civil war, "wli .t
should a Confederate soldier do in case
of war with Spain?' 16'thii quettioD
General Lee [ romptly replied th:r "it
is the duty of you and all other C'>n
feder de hobin-rs, ^the same as Fi derul
soldiers, in case of war between the
United States and Spam, iv any fort-ign
power, to be loyal to the government of
tho United States and do whatever you
can to maintain the glory of her dag."
And there can be lo doubt that this
duty will be promptly and splendidly
met.?Ivi aeon Telegraph.
WHEN TB AVELING
Whether cn pleasure bent ot Inn-ines-s'
take on every .rip. bottle cf Syrup cf
Figs, as it acts mo*t pleasantly and
effectually on the ?kidneys, liver and
bowels, preventing fevers, hi mulches,
and ol her foru s e f si* ki ess For sale in
50 cent bot, les by all ead ng druggists.
Manufactured by the California Fig
Byron Co. e.nly.
ECHOES.
lu a cave in the Pantheon, at Rome,
tbe guide, by .* ti iking ihe flap of his
coa\ makes a noi-e equal to a t'-verve
I ouuel i aimon's report. 1 bc singular?
ity ia noticad, in a lesBir degree, in
the Mammouth cave of Kentucky. In
the cave of Sinellin, near Viborg, in
Finland, a cat or dog thrown iu will
make a screaming echo, lasting some
minutes. Fiugd's cave, on tho isle of
Stttffft, has also au abnorn u ly devel
opeel echo.
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OKB BiVJO YB
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acta
gently yet promptly on thc Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sye?
tem effectually, dispels colds, head?
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
)d at oniy remedy of its kind ever pro*
;ious duccd, pleasing to thc taste and ac
pity ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in
1 its action and truly beneficial in ita
affects, prepared only from thc most
healthy and agreeable hubstancea, ita
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it tho most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50
oent bottles by all leading drug*
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro*
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it Do not accept any
substitute.
CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP CO.
MS FMIHUSCO, OAL
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