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1 WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY JAN. 7, ' 1885.
8 CLEVELAND WEEKLY HERALD For 1885, One Dollar BETTER THAN EVER. A EELIABLE AND TRUST WORTHY NEWSPAPER. Strong Agricultural Department mid Hood Market ItcportH. TALMAIK.E SERMON" EVERY WEEK. SPECIAL OFFER. FOR A LIMITED TIMX. A SPLENDID ori'OHTl'NITY TO , ANY PARTIES DESIRING A Good Watch for little Money Until further notico the publishers of Hie Clevelmnl IU-rold will onJ to any ad dress The WEEKLY HERALD (INK YKAH, A WATERBURY Watch. CflAIN & I'llARM lor S3.50 This sum 1m the retail price ol'tlio wntcli alone anil it caDnnt he bought nnywhi-re fur less. It is a stem-winder and will run 84 hours; enn be rejtulnted rorroctly smi keens iu order us norlacllv as coatlv sold watch. The case is liMudnoine and Inoka like silver, but is betihr thun Hilver in that ' It will not larnish. Remember the wstdi is out a toy, but a gusrauteed Kod time piece. Sample copies of the IIKIIAM) sent lice. Addreko, Tim IIkkai.h, Cleveland, Ohio. The ENTERPRISE and WEEKLY HERALD one year for $2,36. ' 52t5 For Keuralgia For Heuralgia For Heuralgia Fo Heuralgia For Rheumatism For Rheumatism For Rheumatism For Rheumatism For a Lame Back For a Leme Back For a Lame Back For a Lame Baek Doctor Thomas' Eclectrie Oil Doctor Thomas' Eclectrie Oil Doctor Thomas' Eclectrie Oil Doctor Thomas' Eclectrie Oil SOLD BT DKUOO IVT3. PRICI ROC. I.OO. rora. murai a- Wt rrmu. . t. CHEAPER THAN EVER For 1880. THE CLEVELAND Only $1.00 Per Year, POSTACE PAID. All Subscription received now will be continued till January 1, 1880, for the yearly subscription price. the Asricsftara! an Mens Ceenrtswrrts trUI be I (uteres ef the UADCa. The Market Re port. (Sertlei Re, Sterlet. Mlsoensny, Telegraph, lo Rears Iron ear ews eorrespenoentt, Indodlnf ear RpeoUJ Ferekj IMsostehs. trUI be el tahie U svsri The iaOEB Is bettsr sop-net) with Cerrsssoeatins. mi the siaohlaerTfor eellsctlng sews, than any si the , dtnjt fasten del Ilea, kiting pemsntnt eerrespeaeV eels la all the targe cHles si ear ewe eonrtrr and ae eSclent torsi sa service, estilck can bs railed up w odiUM ts the AesocUUll Press report. . The Waefctaelea Bsrsss of Iks LEADER Is squat ts that ef anir ether eeespapsr.aai Is Inchargi el tliroe eensspsadssti ana rtpert jrs, who ksve special kcll. Was ler Cttls political sews, ana tacts sr.d cvcr.ti 4tande4 with Iks dfflsrsnt braacbss el Iks Got ere. New leetnrs will bs added te the LEADER Iroa Urns 'tStlna.wMckwinauVs It store ttlrsc hi ts ths itsdj er, tad sepirlsr te all otiseetlter as a lamlh and at n era! ISrtVBtCmt AT ONCt AND THUS SET UOT.t PAPCM ro Ti:S ECNEY, as en sells pert till the Istol Jenaar.ltse, : ' - LEADER PRIHTIHQ CO., PU3U $I;ERS. C'JVCL3. a. Sure Tiling ! Sure Thifig ! 1 For Ike efeedy and perra-nent rare or LMerrtioia. Pramterr, l!idl f'luil-M. J'hi.lara Unrtui. aud in. auinaw ewnplalat. ef TRADE I I MARK """ "mine-. II.. I'urelr rra-rtebll urelr rrartebla In It.rnmpo- eltlee. W. caa hr.rlllx rotnM msd H for It. .pttrdy .nd dwld d elMt. la mvmm lb. wnrrt rm curliif wlUioal nrncUtm. and southlna; and h'-.llng M II carr.. U u.vfr flt. I f.l MiriSdnl In sSlrmUir Diet se on. a, produced a r-medr wlil'k ran equal Ui. IJordial fcllitr In Uie nuailierand.ii l Irare of IU polula. Ituwpala UJtl. and pleM.nl to Ik. IMU thai II mMmm, lnad of pro daclna aauena, rendflrlnl 11 vary .Brailra wlik ctiildrsn. - lot aai. kv all dramclau. . I'H llr, K.KtD.' InproirMl Mandrak. rills. Thsjr srt mild t'S'l't If WEEKLY LEffi aastfetllT. rr! ttat. FUMY MARKIAGES. Mnfflsterlal Experlenoe In Tying Love Knots. OouplM Who Wed nd Iejr Not .Uarrlavet 'That Have Convenience "or Nefjee eltjr For Their Causes -Learet From Squire's Docket, Philadelphia Times. "Are you Magistrate Pole" asked young man who walked briskly iuto the luaglstrato's office, on Seventh street, above Arch, Saturday, with a woman ou his arm. There was nothing particularly striking In the appearance oC ths questioner. His compaulou, however, was "fixed up" for the obvious purpose of exciting the pass Ing comments of those of her sex whom she might encounter on the street. Iiei suspiciously light hair supported a jaunty fall felt hat, ornamented with a pretty bird's breast, ami her jersey was of wax like fit. Her llrmly-set Hps indicated the solf -possession of one who was able to take care of herself. The uiagixtato looked up from bis desk and answered thnt he win , the civic fnnctlouary who' did husiir h iu that seat of justice. "Wo would like to see you about a littlt ' private matter," th? young muii said h"Ki- : tatlngly. The moKlstiate gave them an invitation to step Into the bnek offlce. There tin young man ltfRiin n'iiln, but lKoaiiie mi barrasred. His compuniou, rendy-witliiil, sprang into the colloquial breaeh v. ilb the renmri, brief and to the point: "The fuel is, wa 'A-ant to get inurried, Mr. M:it;i trute. Why couldn't you tell him, Jim?" she remarked, turning to hcrescort,"wlth out floundering uround so!1 Now guuu uud teU him all about it." The language and the slightly aurvusftc tone of the fair girl acted as an inspiriition upon the young man, v. ho th.'n tr eileil with the explanation. . "The fact Is," he said, "the young lad and myself are In tho variety business ami have been on the road and are going out again. It's necessary for us to travel to gether, and it is very often dilllcult ami embarrassing for us to Uud quarters just tu suit, especially in some of the stnnllet towns. The married ones in most ca:i have the advantage In getting a room when there Is a crowd. So we just mailt up our minds that the best thing to do, as long as we had to travel together, was to get married." The Magistrate said be would soon per form the necessary oeremony, and, sum moning his clerk and another witness, ex peditiously tied the matrimonial knot that gave the performers the legal right to call themselves by the tame name. The neces sary names were appended to a certificate, which the young woman, who had been pyeing it carefully while it was in course of preparation, quickly reached for, folded gp and stowed away in her aachel. "How much Is your fee for the service?" the newly-made husband inquired, produc ing a plethoric roll of note "The fees ell go to the City Treasury," the Magistrate responded. "Well, 111 make it that," and the young man laid down a $Tnote and theclerkmade an entry of the transaction. The visltoa then thanked the magistrate, shook hand with him, were congratulated and wished the usual sum ef happiness, and departed, i There was an Increased brilliancy in the yea of the bride and a firmer ring from the brass-tipped heels of her dainty boot ) as ahe took the arm of her flve-mlnutee old ' husband and passed np Seventh street . toward Race. "Well, that is the most matter-of-fact transaction in the way of a marriage that 1 I ever saw," was the magistrate's comment as be resumed his cigar. "I'll wager a new . bat that they'll get along well. Yon can see who's going to be boas in that firm. Bee , how the clutched that oertiflcater I think that's about the biggest fee I ever re ceived," and be reached for the duplicate record of marriage which the law re quire magistrates and justice of the j peace to keep, and turned over the page. "A great many of these marriage are of j parties who have been tent here by th ' guardians of the poor, and there Is many a ' story involved In them. j A scrutiny of the page corroborated the r-a-gistrate's observation that the most of these marriage were "tank ye" affairs. Th bridegrooms who had gone through the matrimonial mill in preference to the alternative of spending a season in th cell of the county prison did not appear to hare been blessed with a superfluity of . coin. In the majority of the cases nothing had been paid; "fifty cents" came up smil ing on many linot, and one spendthrift of a groom had squandered tpl.SU. The mag istrate 'did not remember whether this bride was endowed with any unusual beauty to warrant this prodigality. "I had a fnnny marriage here a few days ago," said another magistrate. "A pretty young German girl same towing yes, ac tually towing a big, broad-shouldered Saxon into my ofllce, and with them was a Germat-American aa interpreter. 'Yon want to get manriedr' I said to the man. Be grinned and pointed to the girl and sold something to her, The Interpreter told me he had said: 'She wants to get married.' "I questioned them further, and found that they had left Germany on the tame steamer, but on arriving here the young fellow's courage oosed out, and he could not face the music. But the girl was not going to let him slip oft so easily, aud she bad brought him three timet to my office before he could make up hit mind to enter. I soon tied the knot." That the "moon-eyed leper" who maa gles American garments under the pretense of running a laundry Is gradually affiliat ing with the white race Is a fact borne out by the records. Magistrate X oCllntook recently performed the necessary marriage ceremony for a Chinaman who owns sev eral laundries, and it reputed to be well off In worldly good. There are several Chi-' a am en married to American girls In tat city. ' "We are ;sometlmoe asked, to unmarry people," a magistrate declared. "An Italian and hi German wife were here several ago, seeking to get a . divorce, but Hold tbeta tkey would have to go to court." Tub young man wbe was jilted remarked facetiously to a friend that be "(ruessed be bad caught a U-ta that tim.' liurlinf Ion f'f tru. BrrnRO Bdll'I real name Is Tstsnkthr ttanka. It is a bard world that would call s great chief a " Unk." . . , , .. i . '''' i ' .'it i " ( tetmr Why are eld jokes ealUd heV nutaf Don't know, unlea. it is bssaatt khef re. bed-U-;s,-i?pjfoi Wits A JAPANESE RESTAURANT. Strange DIalies Herred After the Custom of the Festive Japanese. ' Constantinople Eastern Express. A Japanese restaurant has been opened, and one who has dined there says: "Lift ing the little saucer-shaped lacquer cover from the soup, and taking advantage of the concession to European prejudices the commissioners have made in providing spoons, instead of obliging him to drink his soup like tea from the bowl, the ad venturous diner-out will And that he has before him a savory compound, called on (he card misoshlru. This is made, as the root word denotes, from mlso, a fermented mixture of soy beans, wheat and salt. Having disposed of this, he will then, if bis appetite is good and his taste gastro- nomiealiy catholic, attack with pleasurable 3ur,,rM tu9 many liule plaU ou h, tray With these he will wisely play, turning for I relief from the white sweetened haricot j lieam, mixed with kavalake (a kind of muHliroom grown in the shadows of rowky bowlders), and the delicious lobster pud- i ding or cold omelette aud other trifles in- j eluded under the head of kuvhiitori, to the hachimono, which may happen to be a i piece of plump sole stewed iu soy, j Then for a change he may with the pair of wooden chop sticks which are laid be fore him on a bauilwo tray, divert himself j with trying to pick out of a iiimll china ' cup, made without a handle, trie .brown 1 say colored beans aud strips of klkurage, , or ear-shaped mushrooms. Boiled rice is 1 served in a separate bowl. Another sub- stontiol dish, wanmorl, consists of meat or ; fish aud vegetables, poxhilily, for instance, ; a fresh salmon and a slice of vegetable! murrow with pieces of soaked Iu, a kind of Liscuit made from the glutinous part of i wheat flour. The gravy In which these ileccK de resistance uro floating Is thickened with a transparent starchy sulmtance, ob- ' taiuail fro. n the root of a climbing plant called by the Japumse kusu. For, salad ; there are slices of cucumber flavored with ' scruped abred of dried bouito, a fish much i In favor on the Pacific coasts; the cucum- j ber being dressed with vinegar and sugar, ; but without oil. One other relish must be i noticed, the sliced root of the burdock salt- 'od and preserved iu mlso. A sweet kind of j sake, described as Japanese wine, is the proper beverage at the ineul, which is pre- I pared by cooks from Japan, and served just ! as it would be in a restaurant in Tokio and j , without any addition of Kuropean dishes, i ' CAR E F U L7lVw7T TT E N . j I A I'rarllral l-Maon Taught a Would-b .foiirnsllat. I I Arkansuw Traveler. I "Colonel," said tho new "local" of a small dally paper, looking up from his desk and addressing the editor, "the groat trouble with American writers is hurry. We dash off a thing which should receive hours of study. It is a comparatively easy mstter to talk well, for our hearers do not expect us to deliver polished sentences; but in writing it is different. When I de ' cided to take np journalism as the nrofen- aion to which my life should be devoted, I resoivea never to turn ofT a Lad piece of writing. Borne of our greatest writers have worked for days upon sentence which afterward proved to be simple. Now, I hare been at work for some time on a sentence here, and have at last reduced it to a smoothness that pleases me." The editor approached the young man's desk, took up a sheet of paper and read the following: , . "See the advertisement of a cook wanted in another column." "This is certainly a fine sentence," said the editor. The young man was pleased. He could not conceal his satisfaction. "Yes," continued the editor, "this is a remarkably fine tentencs. Wrote it over and over, time and again, didn't youf" "Yet, tir, but at last 1 got it to suit me." "Uh.huh. 'Advertisement of cook want ed in another column.' Certainly very fine, but say, we don't want a cook in another column. None of our columni have cooks in them." "Oh, no, of course not," replied theyouug man. "But, by the way yon have expressed" yourself, people are led to Infer that this column the one in which the notice ap pearshas a cook and that another cook is wanted In another column. I am sorry to see that in this, your first attempt as a journalist, yon have fallen into the per niciout habit of writing too rapidly. Yon must not dash it oft in thlt way. It is dangerous to your future success. Go away on the bill-side somewhere and think. Write the sentence on the broad page of your mind until it Is entirely covered with characters. Then turn your mind over and write on the other side. After you have completed the work, sit down on a rock and wait until I call you. Good morn ing, tir. Yet, the tun is shining beauti fully to-day. Good morning." A Monkey Cured of florae Hiding. Dublin Herald. . Not long ago a gentleman who rather prided himself on a very fine stud of hunters, found that th horses did not ap pear properly refreshed by their nightly rest. One of the grooms, on being desired to kevp a strict watch, discovered that a tame monkey, belonging to the house, was accustomed to ride oa tb horses' ,backs almost all night, preventing them from taking sufficient rest. I His master, on discovering bis penchant tat riding, and being averse to killing th monkey on account of his horsemanship, Succeeded In curing him effectually of bit I love of horses. The next time that th I bounds met he had the monkey put into a full bunting suit, and secured by a strap to the saddle of his most spirited hunter and took him away to the meet. When the fox was found the horse pricked op his ears at tho well-known sopnd, and started I off at once. The chase happened to be a particularly long and severe one, th monkey, of course, from hit light weight being far ahead of th legitimate hunts mem . A countryman! who was coming from th direction the fox bad taken, was in terrogated by tome of th sportsmen who had been thrown out as to the position of the hunt, and told them that the fox was looking tired, but that none of the hunts men were near, except a little gentleman in a yellow jacket who took leapt beauti fully. Bare nnougb, Master Jaoko was In at th death, but did not by any means ap preciate the honor. After the fox had been killed there wat a long rid horn again, by th end of which time th monkey teemed thoroughly wearied out. After thlt experience, he was never known to mount a bors again. PROVIDENCE Eslpi thost who help themielvti. Nature has provided herbs for ths ours of human ailments and medioal soienoe has discov ered their healing powers, and the proper combinations necessary tooonquer disease. Ths (result of these discoveries and com binations is ' , I SH LEFTS I TIERS For many year it has been tested in severe oases of Kidney and Liver Diseases, Malaria, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Weak ness, Lassitude, etc, and invariably it has given relief and ouro. Thousands of testi monials have been given, aai it is most popular whers best known. J. O. Bteinhelser, Superintendent of the Lancaster Co., Fa., hospital, writosi " I wmI it in s uTPnt Many carre of dyppeiwia, kidney dimiaM. liver couil'lalnt, rheiiniaOnin. ftrithnta aud scrofula, aud invariably witu bes? ruaulU." F. Hoffman, of Clrcleville, Ohio, says -Thin I. to certify that I have lud the dumb aoua, and by untmr nne. bottle of Mutbb-r Herb Uittera a oouipluU: cure ban been eflutU-d." MISHLER HERB BITTERS CO., 625 Commerce t)t., Philadelphia. Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup He ver Fails Stomach and Liver Vreculator CURES CONSTIPATION, Torpid Urer, Indigestion, Heart barn. Flnlarla, KheumaulaD. fatN pltattton the Heart, when ariainf from India wioo or dranftd condition of ths stonack. Rick Head echo r nifraUo, filee and Female Conawlalnta, Th. only medicine in ih. world that wAI VMeU lively CURE CONSTIPATION. raiCZt tLOOpsrBotut; 8 Bottles, 19-00. Sara foe cntcnuas, ran, F. T. CHENEY die CO., MannrgChemUt,Prop'r$,TOLEDO, O. ' Island Home Stock Farm, Crosse lie, Wayne Co., Mich. SAVAGE 4 FABHUM, PaoMiiTor-. ratrocl.Ho.tCJO(ll7. IMPORTED Percheron Horses. All nock Mkcted from tht ft of slras and dim, nf aatabtlthed reputation and regiaWKd la Its French sad American ttud boeks. ISLAND HOME l.twaullfully aitnaud at the head of Csous Iu in the Detroit River, ten miles below the City, and Uaceeiilble by railroad and steamboat. Viilion not I. miliar with the location may call at city office, je Caetpaa Building , and aa eacorl will accompany them lo the farm. Bend for caukifue, free by null. Addreaa, Bavaos fc Ikhw, beiroit, Mich. R. R. LANDS la MJnn$i0ta, North Dakota, Montana, 'Idaho, Wathington and Ortgon. Freaa Lake Saaerter la raujet Sam ma, Al priest ringing chiefly treat 12 It IS per sees, en I te 1 0 year Urns. Thlt ia tht Best Ceuatry tee i (carina. 6oed Homes now span tor settlement. P n pats aerea of Government X fc aT Land tr'ree uenlr tb. Ilomr.n ail R R m. ana am ,d hiuber Culture Ijiwe. NDTK -1A.atS.4SS- Aeree OR RORI THAN HALS' of ail I he I'ul.lic Uud. dlepueed nt In UU. wireln Ih. Nnrtli-m purine fonntrv. Hooka and Man aenl fit SB, de-rlhlii Ui. Norlhera laHn ''oantrr.llte kailnuid LaihIn for and ill P'llt'r. liitv-rnnieiil Uiiid-, AddreeMilA. S. I. 'V I ir.- v I' II. H..KI. Paul. Mine. SCROFULA Usually develops In early lifo, and Is a peculiar morbid con dition of the system, usually affecting: the glands, often re sulting; In swellings, enlarged Joints, abscesses, thickening of the lips, enlarged neck, sore eyes. A scrofulous condition 13 often haredltary, but bad diet, too free use or fat meats, had eir, want of sunshine and nourishing food will Induce It Somo people are troubled vith s.rofulous swelling of the f lands, and with ulcers and erncls, which may cause very little pair.; ethers may havo'in vard scrofula, scrofula of the lungs, scrofula of the spleen, cjrofula of tho kidneys, and scrofula of tho bonos. BUR E0CX. BLOOD BITCERS will drive away any case of scrofula and nr t to appear In another r'ace, for their action on the blood and bowelswlll carry the i'":.? T:tlr?ly from the body. Ill M A VERY CORDIAL INVITATION ' Is extended to every child in Lorain county, We ore showing the largest line of : MEN'S, BOYS' ' AND CHItDREN'S I ant also stockod with r new line of nice goods for UENT'S Ever brought to this city, and with an eiul less variety of patterns, we cannot fail to ploasc h11. OUR CLOTHING Is unsurpassed in cut, slyloiind workmanship, and , we propose lo ofTer GOODS at PRICES -THAT WILL SELL THEM. N. B. 31r. Powers in our vuslom de partment guarantees a fit and will satisfy the moit fastidious, in rt'gard to style and dnish of nny garment enlriislcd to hint SHOES in Button, Laco or Congress, lien's PLOW SHOES in the best imikes, which will be sold as CHEAP . lis the CHE&PEST. m mm. LEVI BOWMAN, Hi Dll lUi EAN&BS. The Celebrated a o S o THE BEST IN (Of which I have sold about seventy,) is having the largest sale of any stove Bince the days of the Stewart. ALSO A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Cooking ami Healing Stoves. f 'onstnhtl;.- on hnnd at BOTTOM PRICKS, at the old Ptiiud of J.W.WlLBUR,Wellington,Ohio. o o Cooking FAMILY DRUG SUPPLIES, PERFUMERY, TOILET GOODS, RELIABLE REMEDIES. ALL GOODS GUARANTEED A3 REPRESENTED. AND INQUIRIES BY 'MAIL ANSWERED FREE. 22S SUPERIOR STREET, ' IS HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT ! ! CHRISTMAS CARDSthe finest in the market. Picture Books to suit all purposes and tastes, POEMS and FINE GIFT BOOKS, Elegant and Artistic ALBUMSCabinet, Card - and Autograph; BIBLES, of all sizes and prices; Velvet, Plush and Gilt PICTURE FRAMES; STERESCOPES and VIEWS, SCRAP ALBUMS, GAMES and PUZZLES WRITING DESKS, ARTISTS' MATERIALS Placque Hang ers, Panels, Paints, Brushes, Palettes, Palette Knives, Small Easels, Miscellaneous Books, Drafting iP Drawing Instruments, Opera Field Glasses, Card Cases, Box Stationery, And all goods usually found among Druggists' Sundries or Jn a well-furnished Book Store, at J.W.HOUGHTON'S Druigr ' and ' Boole ' Store, " West Side. Public Square Wellington, 0. enrmlar Week If Dewepaner deeatM te eeieaee, meohenlea, aaelneerlna, die 4u in.iil.ii..ml1 nauiii.nMniiliU.hM. rarv taMriM In.antlnn. ami! nAUtntae,. number lllumrauj with aplendld enerarlnae. Till Bnnlloetlen. fumiabae a moat ?al liable enoroloix nun m,i.Tinnt r.. Taluable enereroMdia of ini nfnm.llnM iklnk MA ftarafMI ahrmlll be ilhnai. Tbe Bapnlarltr( the rVrennnn Auuukam le eneh that a cireulatloa aaart, fiaaa that ol all ether Dapere ol Its elaaa eomblned, rnoe, i a .ar. Llcinn te tllnka. Hold he all aewailaalera, MUMn U, Irtio- s. ATENTSeC- inns u V9. naee siae ad Thlrly-Oeeen reara nraetice ba- lore Uie rateai Ofllea. nd haea manared taora thaa One Hun dred Thouapn,,t'"""0"V5r ", enta la iha I Unite Ulalea Sna (oreiaa fenuntrlea Careata, Jnwa-aaraa, uopr f rieliia, AaaltnmanU. and all oih.r vapere loraernrlnf to larantara their rlehla la the ted rll.ua. Clanada, Itnaland. Franoa, n.miH anil athar lueeiaa eoaatrlee. ajtanerad at ahort aotloe and en reaaooable torma. Inlormalloe ae to oMalntaa naUnu ehearfell, elvra vlthoat eh are Jland-booke of Inlonaa. i Hue ant (rra. FatenlS obtained thmnah Nana I (la. are netleed In tha RnlentlSe Amerloan Iraa, The arirantaaa el auoh noUee la veil nndaratoo Uf alt parennawho wl.tltodlrooaeof their patnla. Aiilnm HUNK f,Be IMtsarMl AJQWaJt, n Uroadwa.JIew Vera. VP I I tint I u man, woman and to visit our store. In Oui HAT baft i . -M- We are showiug a splendid . variety ol stylet in both HATS. You will always find the correct styles, newest colors, finest goods, In our large ttock". ... Paris Range p H o o P. THE WORLD ! in O o to Stoves. CLEVELAND, OHIO. Dot I u Sml The World Challenged 1 This liniment hss been iiutuii rartured and tunol fortwentjr flv vnere. and our Innumenable MARK eerUrkatw ' cure pmes It to IN, an UJII'wsiicim auix-nM. T. r do not offer It as an.lnlcmaJ kemedr, uoeilleeljr aaaerUne tlmt any UDlinent that ran be taken Into the aUiinac'li wIIIkhiI Injury can liae little efflrany In acting a a apet-Mo when ex ternally apiillwl. You will find a trial of It the beat cfrtiftcau- tMl t I of IU value.' It Is the o' 1 LJnltnent uuule mnttrmlunt olia and we c ball'-nce the world fur Ha equal. Warranted to aire eathtfartioe or money refumh-d. I'rlne Dn and M oenta per Ixittle. HOLD BY AM, DKlNKJIHTH. IsyCae Dr. Hawena' Pile Hup bt mail. taitofe ViTaxisaa ) what yen need for eonatlpa; tlon, loaaof apprtite, diilneaa and all aymptuma of . ajr.pepala. Prfre iu and IP all net buttle, for sale k, Hauewr Adams, SZiOSSON. aw 1