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4 B.8M11H, Proprietor.
! General News Summary.
! '
Interesting: Home and Foreign Newt.
The president of the Western Union
.Telegraph Company has written a let
ter to Postmaster General Wanamaker,
stating that the company will not ac
oept as final payment the rates estab
lished by the Post-office Department (or
.' transmission of Government messages.
It is estimated that it will cost $10,000
i to repair the damage done by recent
'rainstorms to the new silver vault in the
'Treasury court at Washington, in which
nearly 100,000,000 standard dollars are
: Third Assistant Postmaster General
Bazen estimates that it will cost tor the
fiscal year of 1801 91,388,800 to print
stamps, stamped envelopes and postal
oards for the Post-office Department
' Henry Hooper has been appointed As
sistant United States District Attorney
tor the Southern district of Ohio, vice
Harlan Cleveland, resigned.
Augustus W. Shaw, of Indiana, has
been selected for appointment as Dep
uty Third Auditor of the Treasury, in
place of William IL Welsh, resigned.
In his annual report to the Secretary
of War, Colonel John M. Wilson, super
intendent of the Military Academy,
states that since September 1, 1888, the
cadet corps has lost 13 members by res
ignation, 88 by discharge, 1 by death and
40 by graduation, making a total loss of
95. The new cadets admitted number
96, bringing the total to 293.
thi iait.
Governor Beaver has appointed Will
lam Livesey to be State Treasurer of
Pennsylvania for the unexpired term of
the late William B. Hart. ) i '
Miss Eva Ingersoll, eldest daughter of
Colonel Robert G. Ingersc J, waa married
at the home of her father on the 18th to
W. H. lirown, a well known New York
W. F. Johnson A Co., hide and leather
dealers of Boston, Mass., have failed,
with liabilities aggregating $448, 83.
The oorner-stone of the Thomas Jef
. forson club house, the headquarters of
Kings County (N. Y.) Democracy, was
laid with appropriate ceromonles on the
18th by ex-President Cleveland. Several
thousand people were present- The
structure will cost $150,000.
Ex-Mayor JohnCarmlchael, malsterof
Amsterdam, N. Y., has made an assign
ment for the benefit of his creditors.
This was the result of aiding the as
signor's brother, Daniel, in making the
letter's forged paper good.
Daniel E. Ralton, the veteran actor,
died at Lawrence, Mass., on the 14th.
About two years ago Mr. Ralton was at
tacked with cancer and subsequently
underwent an operation, s portion of his
tongue being cut oft, but It did not stay
the progress of the disease. . ,- . . t:
The barn of Danlol J. Kelly, at Au
burn, Mass., was burned on the 14th,
with thirty head of stock, six horses,
vehicles and tools.
On the 14th the New York World's
Fair guarantee fund amounted to 83,
658,587. While a force of fifteen men were at
work in the Middle Creek colliery, near
Tremont, Pa., on the 14th, endeavoring
to distinguish a fire in a coal breast, a
mass of coal fell, burying four of them
at the face of the burning breast They
were rescued alive, but so badly burned
and injured that they can not recover. -
At Atkinson, Me., on the 14th David
Brown, aged seventy-five, was thrown
from a carriage by a runaway horse and
killed. His two daughters, who were
with him, were seriously Injured.
The committee appointed st the meet
ing of the Oovernors of the original
thirteen States, held in Philadelphia
April 28, 1688, has Invited the Governors
of all the States and Territories to meet
at Washington on December 11 to urge
Congress to appropriate a sufficient sum
to' erect a monument in Philadelphia
commemorative of the Declaration of
Independence and of the first hundred
years of the Constitution.
Ellis B. Freatman, a member of the
Genesee (N. Y.) Bloycle Club, who re
cently competed in the road nee from
Buffalo to Rochester, N. Y., died on the
15th, a result of over-exertion in the
race. He was twenty-eight years old.
The official vote for State Treasurer
st the Pennsylvania election has been
announced as follows: Boyes, Republi
can, 841,244; Blgler, Democrat, 380,818;
Johnston, Prohibition, 23,401.
Millard P. Fillmore, son of the late
President Fillmore, died at Buffalo, N.
Y., on the 15tb, of apoplexy. He was
about sixty years old and has long been
In falling health.
At Danbury, Conn., on the 15th two
children of Robert Honnessy, a boy and
girl aged respectively four and two
years, were burned to death while play
ing with fire at their home.
Resolutions have been adopted by the
New York Board of Trade urging the
Inter-State Commerce Commission to
stop the practice of railroads charging
lesson direct importation to Interior
towns thsn on similar freight consigned
to the same points by seaboard mer
chants. During the past year the total num
ber of immigrants arriving at Philadel
phia was 37,745.
That portion of the Pennsylvania ca
nal between Bald Eagle dam, Clinton
County, and Loyal Sock creek, Lycom
ing County, a distance of fifty-five miles,
has been abandoned for publio use. No
Uoes Informing the public of abandon
ment were posted along the canal oa the1
I5Ua.. ;.' ' '' . :.:
it J. Post A- Co., lumber dealers of
Oswego, N. Y., have made an assign
sent, The llabllitiss ar said to be
early $200,000. . v.- ., .-.
Eight thousand tons of steel rails st
f S per ton, were sold oa the 15th for
spring delivery by an Eastern Pennsyl
vania rnllL " - J
The business failures occurring
throughout the country during the seven
days ended November 15 number for the
United States 285 and for Canada 80, or
a total of W( as oomparcd with a total'
of 267 the previous weok.; For the cor
responding week of last year the figures
were 287: h .f U v,
' At New York on the 16th' James Bar-'
rett and Barnard Devlin were oonvloted
of illegal voting at the recent eleotlon. .
Barrett was scntenoed to one year and
nine months and Devlin to one year in
the penitentiary, '. i , ' V .'JM.."3
Fred Andrews, of Blddoford, Me., a
contractor for Government work at vari
ous harbors in New England, has been
missing tor some time. He had com
pleted about one-fourth of his work, and '
drawn $12,500 from the Government. He
owes $3,000 to employes.
James Moir, a well-known lumber
dealer of Albany, H. Y., has made a gen
eral assignment in favor of his creditors
Liabilities, $56,000.
' The Conshohocken (Pa.) Tradesman's,
Bank bos resumed business. ,
' Superintendent Shanahan has ordered
that the canals of New York shall close :
November 80, st midnight, unless sooner
closed by ice.
Two sections of a freight train on the
Northern Central railroad collided at
Mlddletown, Ferry, Pa., on the 17th. E.
W. Lache, a brakeman, was killed and
Adam Addold, engineer, seriously in
jured. Five cars of each section were
smashed, and four oars took fire snd
burned. 1 '
Dr. William Wilson, chief law clerk
of the Dominion House of Commons,
died suddenly at New York City on the
17th of heart disease.
The weekly statement of the New
York associated banks, Issued on the
10th, shows the following changes: Re
serve increase, $1,810,725; loans de
crease, $1,034,000; specie increase, $1,676,
400; legal tenders increase, $160,800; de
posits increase, $2,103,900; circulation in
crease, $15,000. The banks held $549,
875 In excess of the twenty-five per cent
President C. C. Bonney, of the Na
tional Law and Order League, has issued
a call for an annual convention of the
organization, to be held at Toronto, Out,
commencing Saturday, February 22, 1890.
It Is estimated that the Egyptian cot
ton crop will reach 8,000,000 bales.
The general strike of the journeymen
bakers of London, which threatened to
take place on the 16th in the event of
the failure of the masters to reduce the
number of working hours to ten per
day, has probably been averted, owing
to the compliance of several large firms
with the bakers' demands.
Recent advices from the Transvaal
represent the previous reports of famine
and drowning throughout that region as
by no means exaggerated. Suffering
prevails in all directions and the author
ities are making every effort to provide
for them.
Sixty-five persons are on trial at
Wadowioe, Qallcla, charged with swin
dling a large number of Gallclan. peas
ants by Inducing them to emigrate to
America .by false statements and then
obtaining a commission on their passage
money. Among those Implicated are a
number of government officials.
Gill's livery stable at Clarksvllle,
Tenn., burned on the 15th. Fifteen
horses were cremated, among thorn the
racer, Slnglewood, valued at $7,000.
A West Point dispatch ssys thst the;
recent mysterious Illness smong the.
cadets st the military academy was'
caused by the eating of unripe apricots'
stewed in milk. The number of cadets;
affected has been exaggerated. Only,
sixty required medical treatment and'
all but six hsve completely recovered, j
Miss Adeline Hord, aged twentv years. '
daughter of the wealthiest man in'
Fleming County, Ky., suicided on that
15th by taking morphine. Opposition of j
her parents to a matrimonial engage-,
ment was the alleged cause. , j
The National Farmers' Congress ad
journed at Montgomery, ' Ala., on the'
15th, to meet In Iowa next year. Among
the resolutions passed wss one favoring'
schemes tor Improving the Mississippi
and Missouri rivers, and for a ship canaL
across .Illinois, connecting the Mis-,
lsslppl snd Lake Michigan. The farm-
era' Institute was Indorsed snd national,
aid recommended, and a national board'
of agrloulture demanded. R. F. Kolb,
of Alabama, was re-elected president;
B. F. Clayton, of Illinois, was elected
secretary, snd Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio,
treasurer. Chicago was indorsed as a.
place lor the world's fair.
All the schools at Elkhart Ind., have,
been closed owing to the prevalence of
diphtheria. Several deaths have oo-'
curred. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Bullock
tost within a few days all their children,
four in number, and on the 16th four
other members of the family were down
with the disease.
At St Paul, Minn., on the 16th the
jury in the Stensgard case returned a
verdict of not guilty. He is the first to
to be tried of hslf a dozen men charged
with the extensive forgery of real estate
titles in that city.
Two men arrived at Vlroqua, Kan., on
the 17th from the Konyon ranch for five,
sofilns in which to bury the bodies of tho
Fenn family, consisting of father,
mother and three ohildren who perished
In the rccont terrible blizzard.
Miss Herds Hoffman was arrested at
Chicago on the 16th, charged with ob
taining seversl tboussnd dollars' worth
of goods from a number of Chicago mer
chants under false pretenses. Her plan
was to represent feerself to the pro
prietors as the daughter of som e wealthy
snd well known citizen snd purchase
goods on her alleged father's credit
When arrested by detectives she con
fessed, snd over $3,000 worth of the
goods were recovered. She is about
twenty-five years old and pos sessed of
greet beauty.
Captain A. J. Warner died at his home
tear Centralis, 111., on the 16th. and
seventy-five years. During the wsr of
the rebellion he waa quartermaster at
Libby prison la Richmond, Vs.
The schooner Fidelity was wrecked
oa the California cost on the lflth and
eight lives were lost , ;
Near Cynthlsns, Ky., on the 17th
Fannie .Reese and Sadie Smith wen
drowned while crossing a swollen stream
in a buggy.
The Rellendorf wheel works at Daven
port la., turned oa !the 'lflthi Loss,
The stable of the Howe & Parker lot
Pomp any was burned at Nashville ,Tenn.,
jon the 17th. Twenty -eight horses and
mules were burned to death. .
'. At Mt Vernon,- Ky.-ytnrthe 16th Will
dam Bloomer and Hugh MoHargue, both
1 under the influenceof Mqn,prvlough1
over an old'grudge. Both were killed.
Nine large business buildings In Au
rora, 8. D., burned on the 17th.
Options on' all the: flourini mills oi
'Milwaukee, Wis., except the Eagle, snd
'all - the - grain elevators- except . those
owned by the Chicago, Milwaukee A, St
.Paul Company,1 are reported to have been
secured by G. M. Clprloo for an English
syndicate.' Mr. Clprloo declines to state
the figures given.
The. failure is announced of M. E.
Goldsmith, candy manufacturer of At
lanta, Ga. . Liabilities estimated at $100,
00Q; assets about the same. , , . , . ,
B. S. Barrett, a well known piano
dealer of Cleveland, O., has disappeared,
leaving over $60,000 of indebtedness.
He is believed to be In Canada.
E. F. Cra gin, secretary of the Chicago
World's Fair committee, is oonfldent
Chicago will be the site selected by Con
gress for the fair. He says that though
the United States Senate has not been
canvassed, and he knows nothing as to
how it stands, that in the House of Rep
resentatives there were already seoured
163 votes for Chicago.
I, ' .'
An explosion in the Royal powder
factory' at Harqut Germany,: on the
14th, killed eight persons and injured
twenty-eight ..,'
The late Father Damlens, who died in
the leper settlement at Molokal, Sand
wich Islands, will be succeeded, by his
brother. ' ' " ' ' '"" .' ' '
By the fall of a belfry at Olahujfalu,
Hungary, on the 15th six persons were
killed and many Injured. v vut '
The 'sensational suit of Mrs. Bessnt
the Socialist writer and agitator, against
Rev. Mr. Hoskyns, of Stepney, for libel,
ended at London on the 15th in s dis
agreement of. the jury. The judge's
charge was strongly against the plain
tiff. ' - .
A statue of William III. was unveiled
at Belfast Ireland, on the 16th. The
ceremonies wore attended '. by -80,000
Orangemen. .'
A Paris dispatch says that five emi
nent French engineers will sail from
France on December 10 for the Isthmus
of Panama, charged with the duty of in
vestigating and making a final report on
the condition of the Panama canal. "
The Canadian Government has award
ed subsidies for steamship services to
the British West Indies.. ' One line will
run from Halifax to Jamaica and another
from St John, N. B., to Demerarev The'
design Is to divert the West Indian
trade from New York to the Canadian
Andrew C. Dru som, . recently arrested
at Toronto, Ont, on tho chargo'ot forg
ing the name of his uncle, Msjor
Dru mm, of Ksnsas City, Mo.,' and ab
sconding with $58,000 of his money,' on
the 17th disclosed where be had hidden
$35,000 in gold, snd tho money was re
covered. The prisoner wassubsequently
released on bail.
The accounts of the London dock
strikers hsve been audited. Tho re
ceipts amounted to 48,000, of which'
31, 000 came from Australia. The unions
of Great Britain eontrlbutad only 4,000.
It Is stated on good authority that Rt
Rev. Bishop Tulrg. of tho Pittsburgh
diocese, Roman Cathollo church, has re
signed, and thatRt Sot. Bishop Phelan,
coadjutor, will be appointed to fill tho
vacancy. Bishop Tulgg has been aa in
valid for seversl years.
Serokant Oijveb Tims, of the New
York polioe, is authority for the state
ment reoently published In the Volks
Zeltung, a Socialist organ, that every
fifth man on the New York police force
was a Socialist or an Anarchist Tho
New York Herald Calls on the polioe
Dosra tor sn investigation. -
TrtK British schooner C. W. Redmond,
from Halifax, N. 8., for Jamaica, Is given
np as lost with her captain and crew of
five men.
Mark Kiko, who reoently kicked his
wife to desth st Hazleton, Pa., was on
the 18th convicted of manslaughter snd
sentenced to six years snd four months'
At Elgin, 111., on the 18th Fred Engel,
aged twenty-three, shot and Instantly
killed Sophie Hoth, aged twenty, and
then ended his own existence with a
bullet The trsgody was the result of
Hon. Lewis C Carridy, a prominent
member of the Philadelphia bar, and
State Attorney General during the ad
ministration of Governor Pattison, died
suddenly at his home in Philadelphia
on the 18th.
A ruts on the 18th in the six-story iron
building, No. 626 Broadway, Now York,
caused a loss of $100,000 to Mlcbael fc
Plcard, dealers in cloths. Other losses
aggregate $18,000.
KrAHi.ET fever has broken out st the
Soldiers' Orphan Home at Xenla. O.,
and a number of the children have been
attacked by the disease, which is rapidly
assuming eptdemlo proportions.
The Inauguration of Governor Ferry,
the first governor of the new State of
Washington, took place at Olympia on
the 18th. In his address Governor Fer
ry reviewed the history of the new
State and its sbundsnt resources, snd
Its close, smldst cheers, the booming of
sonnon snd music, the Governor snd
State officers were sworn in. In the
afternoon the Governor reviewed the
Covpi.aixt has been msde to the
Treasury Department that the alien
sontraot labor law is being violated at
Detroit Mich., by Canadian laborers ''j
who cross the line every dsy to perform
labor in the United States snd return to I
their homes st night Acting Secretary
Batohellor will Investigate the matter. .
The Navy Department has issued new
advertisements for proposals for steel
plates to be nsed ia the construction of
the armored battle ship Texas, to-be '
built at No-folk. Bids for the same ma- 1
terlal wen received la August last, but
were rejected si excessive. The adver
Usements call for SAl Imis of nlaUn. 1
1 i
Recommended bv the highest medical
and chemical authorities, who testify to
1U absolute purity, wholesomeneea and
wonderful strength
renglh. Every can guaran-
toed to do the work of any other paklng;
powder costing, twice as muca. i-.yery
can guaranteed to give a41atecuon,,or
purchase money refunded.
1 lk. Cu, soct X lkt, loci H Ik Be.
If your dualer doe not keep Crown, do not
let him persuade yon to buy tome oiber be
elalme to be Just a good, but oak him to oblige
you by getting - , , , . , . , 1 1
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Wellington 11 00 4 10 7 44 t 5ft
Creitoa Lr 11 5 108 g 80 S 48
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Train No. 8 mna to Monroeville only, hot
hows t'me ol L. 8. at M. S. H'v No. 6 between
Monmevllle aod Toledo, for accomodation of
pasaengere. .......
Train No. 11 lve Toledo 7:65 D. in., carries
naaaengera from Toledo only to points weet of
Thle road la now opes tk mark from Toledo to
noweretuB.eonnerung wita tne renneyivema ays
tern for iU points Kst. , . t
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Between Toledo, Cambridge and Marietta.
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Gen'l Manager. Oen'l Paaa. Agt.
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'-firswi gilt njUlTTfVtp&t'
' BOOTT8 EMULSION la acltnovrledged by
fbysioians to bo tno jrinoss and Jsost prepay
rauon in to world cor tas raiun sua oars 01
' Tk gnat remedy or CbitrieWtan, Wnd
tratwtg m vmux. bow sy oa rytK
Tk Qrtat Skin fltmidy
BoUovss aavel Onresi j I
Itcnlnc and Ini tattoos of tbo Skin
aod BoeUp,
Bthor tteblnar or BloodlBiT,
soas, Dim of ImBors,CATAKBH, Isixaiiso
Boas lrss,CaiLaijuKS. Cham aod Chars.
IanttanUvrtUtv Om pata 0 fianu cmi
Small boxes Uo. Largo boxes too.
Cole's Carbollsoap preventspbnpls,
blackheads, obapped and oily skin, and pre
servea. f res turns and beautlfles tba oomplec ,
ion. It It UneauaJed (or IMS t kaed mmll. .
sod its absolute purity aod delloate pecu
,uioe m.i 1. at puaiuvs luxury lur as
bat and nursery ... . . ,
Cantteai. The labels on tbe gvmutne are
Blark and tftt leUors Green. Prepared onlr
by J. W. Otto Or. Black UvwYau. Wli
Card of Thanks.
I hereby desire tn extend lo sll of mv
friends my ilinnks for the ninny kind-
neaaes exti ndtu 'o me during tny past Ill
ness ot over three months from rheiima.
tlsin, Mntl 1 especially ilealr 10 t" II them
unit i.nt IT bulphitr IJiiteis I abnuld have
been eutlorlng still. Alayyou never suf
fer wbat I have, Is tbe wish ol friend, B.
II. Tavi.ki ii,
One of the best testimonials to the vnluc of tlie Estey
Organs is the fact that, notwithstanding the Very many
Organ enterprises that have, been started by ambitious em
ploycs of the Esteys, the business of this original maker
continues to grow. It is the largest reed Organ Factory
in the world and turns out a completed organ every eight
minutes each day, . ' ! ' '
t I'.
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. .ana-inM
f stud)BU
The irenulne McFarland Dill, snd the only
genuine McFarland pill told In Welllngton.lt
to be bad at Dr. .1. W. Houghton't drug ttore.
This medicine will positively oure onrontoana
inflammatory rheumatism and neuralgia,
ohronlo malaria, dyspepsia, tick headache and
all diseases of the liver and kidneys. Will
alto oure catarrh, scrofula, salt rheum and all
disease! caused by Impure blood, U la one 01
the best blood and liver reined let known, puri
fying the blood, creating a healthy action of
the liver and kidneys, hence It eradicates
those diseases from the system. Those who
suffer with any of these diseases have only to
try forthemsulves to be oonvlnced of Its great
merits. Kvery box guaranteed. Price 81.00
per box, or six for 85. Fifty days treatment In
eaoh box. Be sure you get the genuine, manu
factured only by Dr. C. ft. Mcr'arland.Oberlln,
Ohio, and told In Butler by George Kebrer,
druggist. Should any one desire they can
orderdlrect from Dr.O. H. McFarland, Oherlln,
where all orders will receive prompt attention.
Send two i-cent ttam ps for sample box free.
Beware of a fraud In Genoa. Ohio, -
Nrw Londok, 0 Aug. 1st, 18S9.
Dr. 0. II. McFarland. Oberll 11. O.t
Dear 81 si ( inclose you money for which .
please send me three boxes of your excellent
pltls. We csn hardly keep house without
them. Addrett me here at I am here tempo
rarily. Respectfully,
Former pastor il. S. Churoh, LaGraoae, O.1
Dr. C. H. MacFarland's
.. Q-reat Medical Dis-,1 ;
Thli Medicine will cut Ctirmilc and Infltmmatorjr
Rlipumatlstn. NeuraIglo.;Chroiilc Malaria, Dysprpslal
6lrK HHadache and all dlseaani of the Liver and
Kidneys, Also will cr Ciawrrh, Bcmfula, Bait
Kheum, and all dtwasea that are causHl from Impure
blood. ltlsoDf1 of tho hoar Blood and Liver reme
dies known. H pursfius the blood, cruatea a ht althjr
action of the l'vr and kidneys, lleocfl. It eradicates
these diseases from the system. Those suffering
with these diseases, try a box of this great mudlval
discovery, and be convinced of lis merits, Kvery
boi fritaranttM-d to five anil "faction, or money re
fund t d. Fifty days treatment In ach hot. price 91
per box, or six boxes tur $5, lie sure you get be
tenaln -j i - ,J ; r
Sold only In Wellington, by Dr. J
Should any onedoslre, they can order direct from
Dr. C. U MacKarland, Akron. O, This Is the cele
brated medicine delivered to tnecltlittDJof Welllnf
ton last Febniary and heietofore only been sold bj
the Doctor atOberllo
Caveats.and Trade Marks obtained, snd a .
Patentbuslnest conducted for Moderate Fee
Our umce It opposite U. 8. Fatont Office. W
have notub-agencles.allbuslnessdlrect, bene
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at less cost than those remote from Washing
gepd model, drawing, or photo, with descrlp
don. We advise If patentable or not. free o
charge. Our fee not due till patent Is secured
A book, "How to Obtain Patents," with ret
erencet tn actual clients In your Btate, counts
ortown.tentfree. Address
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
'Opposite Petssnt Omw. Washington. D. C
llSt Great Oerman Mertlrlnela
Oheapeat and beat. 1 doses of SVL-,
rilUB HlTTElOi forSUW.
one cent a dose. It will curt tbe
a eontmoB pimple on the face .Jf
to mat awrui nisrase ecroruia. , a .
SULPinJB BITTEltS la the S1J
best medldM to as la all "
caaet of tucb ttubbora indfTmr K
deep teated dltwatea. Doney,areout
OOt ever lak ..(. ofonler. L'se
it. riare tout mis, M.T " k. -ii.
iffn.Piiiitf KiTTifiu. mattor wbat alls
r hj itna mnA )uuf
medldnetrrer nads. Jnl.l., V.Utn I
IsvsivssOmM -r"
wfthsvtllowtttckvDon'twaltRntn v
soltsUocer Is jourare unable to walk, or
breath foul andar flat oo renr baok.
offenslrer Toorbut got som at onoe, k
ttonuu-Ji Is outaVwIll cure voo. bulubur
nfonler, UseBlttrBls
8 BirJslfce iBTallfPi Friend.
lmnmlUusrrrbe yoirng, the aged and tot-
a jour ur irlng are toon Bade well by
04 thick. aVlta hmu Himember what vnn
STT,clo-rea4 bare, U aaav save yonr
Jt orllfe, It has aaved hundreds.
at wait uotu tc-morrow, ,
Try a Bottle To-dty I
Are voa low-snlrtteil aad weak,
roe nffprln fmro tbe exresaea of
rroothP If ao. HULPUUB ItinKUB
J will ours yon.
Send 8 i-oaot ttampe to A. P. Urdwav Oe,' i
Bottoa,Mtat for beat aaeU teal work pabllaaeai '
Acute snd chronic rbeurnatism can b.
effectuallv and permanently cured by the
use of Hlbbard's Rheumatic Syrup and"
Bncklen's Amies Salra.
Ths best salve In the world for cwrs,
bruises, tores, ulcers, salt rhajm, lever
sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains,
oo roe snd sll skin eruptions, snd positive,
ly cures piles, or no psy required. It Is
guaranteed to fire perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Pries 29 cents per bust.
For Sals bv Woosur A Adams. tSvl
jrn-jnsrrimm csoiijXaTKXTJ. Kngitsu
uuui woo dcuooioi Rvmainu. typwriuna, atjoraiion ana
bmwtag. Is the Lsnraat andlwt BI'hi Nfcit uoUJUl a la
Mantua too sluovauof 1HHS txAtlnm good poaltlone.
DV tM htlluM mm. litMnwauML lm. im.nt
eeenecUoe. Anonthlf JoemsJ, apbotnarapb ofthe
ana aa SO Mr esuloerue contalnlni uim of l.M
4 last ret tree. M. . (1ATUM, tot, Utrekai, a
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