Receipts and Expenditures Per Secretary
"Wasiungtox, Dec 5. The annual
report of the Secretary of the Treasury,
submitted to Congress yesterday, makes
the following statement of the receipts
and expenditures of the Government
during the fiscal year ended June 30,
Internal revenue 130.SS1 ,513.92
rrollts on coinage, bullion de
posits and assays 10,165,264.79
Sales of public lands 8,033,631.79
Fees consular, letters-patent
Tax on National banks
Sinking-fund for Pacific railways
Customs fees, fines, penalties
and forfeitures 1,113,020.7
repayment of interest by Pacific
Soldiers Home.permanent fund.
Sales of Indian lands
Tax on seal skins
Sales of Government property...
Deposits for surveying public
Depredations on public lands....
Sale of condemned naval vessels.
Kevenues of the District of Co
lumbia 2,523,950.69 (
Miscellaneous sources 1,581,127.15
Total ordinary receipts $337,050,053.81
The ordinary expenditures for the
same period were:
Civil expenses $ 23,556,131.65
r"iirt!ltn Intercourse 1 H97fiI72
indi.m service 6,892,207.78
Military establishment, includ
ing rivers and harbors and ar
Naval establishment, including
vessels, machinery and Im
provements at navy yards 21,378,839.31
Miscellaneous expenditures, in
cluding public buildings, light
houses and collecting the rev
Expenditures of District of Co
Interest on the public debt 41,001,484.29
Total ordinary cxpenditurcs.$2Sl,9y6,613.60
Leaving a surplus of $105,033,443.24
Of which there was used in the
redemption of notes and frac
tional currency, and purchase
of bonds for the sinking fund,
the sum of 47,5S3,313.65
Leaving-a net surplus for the
yearof $ 57,470,129.59
TRAGEDY AT BUTLER.
Deadly Encounter Between a Town Mar
shal and Deputy United States Marshal
Btjtleu, Mo., Dec. 5. The most ter
rible tragedy which has ever taken
place in this city was enacted Tuesday
night, at ten o'clock, at the residence
of City Marshal J. II. Morgan, and by
which Deputy United States Marshal
J. J?. Willis, as well as Morgan, lost
On Monday Willis was on the streets
drunk and quarrelsome, and finally at
tacked Captain J. W. Hannah, who,
after some parleying, knocked him
down with a cane. Soon after this
Marshal Morgan put him in the cooler
from which he was released a couple of
hours afterwards, upon giving bond to
keep the peace and to appear for trial
on Saturday next.
Tuesday morning Willis, with S. P.
Francisco, left for Kansas City, where
it transpires that Willis swore out a
warrant for Morgan and Hannah,
charging them with obstructing a
Unite States officer in the discharge of
They returned at ten o'clock at night,
accompanied by S. S. Price, an agent
of a building and loan association, of
Washington, D. C. Willis and Price
went at once to the residence of Mor
gan and called him to the door and
told him they had come for him.
Both fired their guns at almost the
same instant, and both shots pene
trated the bowels of the other. Wil
lis and Price then grabbed Morgan,
drew him from the house and Willis
beat him brutally about the head and
also fired two or three additional shots
into his then prostrate body. The
neighborhood was aroused and both
wounded men were carried to the house.
Four shots were gone from Willis' re
volver and one from Morgan's. Price
was conveyed to jail where he will like
ly remain for some time. Morgan died
at 1:30 and Willis at four o'clock.
HONOR FOR BREWER.
Kan sua Jmlge Appointed Associate
Justice of the Supreme Ilcnch.
Washington, Dec. 5. The Presi
dent yesterday sent to the Senate the
namo of David J. Brewer, of Kansas,
to be Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court of the United States.
Judge David Josiah Brewer was born
in Smyrna, Asia Minor, Juno 30, 1S37.
At the time of his birth his father,
Rev. Josiah Brewer, was a missionary
to the Greeks in Turkey.
Judge Brewer is related to a dis
tinguished family. His mother Amelia
A. Field Brewer, was a sister of David
Dudley and Cyrus W. Field. He in
herited both from his father and mother
the instincts of culture, and educa
tional advantages of a high order con
tributed to their development.
Judge J3rewer graduated from Yale
College in 1S56 and completed his law
studies at the Albany law school in
1858. He located in Leavenworth in
1859 and has resided there ever since.
He has held many positions of public
trust in Kansas, and always with honor
to himself and his constituents. In
1864 lie was elected judge of the dis
trict court of the First judicial district
of the State of Kansas. In 1670 he was
elected Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court of the State of Kansas, which
position he held until 1SS4, when he
resigned and was appointed United
States Judge of the Eighth circuit.
Earthquake In New Hampshire.
Dovek, N. H., Dec. 5. Early Tues
day morning the inhabitants of Alton
Bay were awakened by an earthquake
shock which jarred the houses. Many
people rushed from their beds. Crock
ery and glassware were broken. Clocks
were stopped at 1:29. A second shock
was more severe than the first. Peo
ple then rushed from their houses, ex
pecting they would tumble down. The
bell on the steamer Mount Washington
in the middle of the bay was rung.
The shock was also felt at Alton and
Gilford, but not so severe.
A THIEVING OFFICIAL.
The Cashier to the Serceant-t-Arm of
the National House of Representative
: Absconds With 72,000-Probably Gaae
i to Join the Canadian Colony.
Washington, Dec. 6. From present
appearances Edward Silcott, cashier of
the sergeant-at-arms of the House of
Representatives, has fled, carrying off
$72,000 of the funds entrusted to his
Silcott was a trusted man who came
here from Ohio, and was appointed by
Mr. Leedom when that gentleman as
sumed office six years ago. He had
cood business qualifications and soon
' possessed himself of the unlimited con
fidence of his superior.
Last Saturday he notified Mr. Leedom
that he was going to New York and
would be back Saturday night. A
I :...! ., 1.:.n Ani-n.l
message was reueiwu uuiu mm uuku
New York Monday morning saying
that he had been detained but would
return Monday night. A similar mes
sage reached his wife iii this city.
As he did not appear Tuesday Mr.
Leedom was fearful that he had been
overtaken by some accident, but to sat
isfy rising suspicions began an investi
gation. The information that Silcott
had drawn his bank balance deepened
the suspicions and the inquiry was
pursued. The enormous office safe
could not be opened at the moment, as
Silcott had the combination, but when
an entrance was finally effected it was
found that some S30,000, set apart for
the use of the paying teller was intact.
The next inquiry was made at the
Treasury Department and Mr. Leedom
was stunned by the result. He was in
formed that Silcott had called there
Saturday and had drawn about 72,000.
It was possible for him to draw this
large sum without exciting comment,
as he had for a long time been charged
with the duty of collecting the money
with which the salaries of the Repre
sentatives are paid.
Silcott is under bonds in the sum of
850,000, his bondsmen numbering about
fifteen persons. This is, however, an
indemnity bond given to the sergeant-at-arms
and Mr. Leedom, who is him
self bonded in the sum of 850,000, is
directly responsible for the shortage.
Mr. Leedom says that he would have
trusted Silcott to any sum of money.
Mr. Leedom says that it was within
Silcott's power to carry off not less than
8150.000 instead of the $72,000 which is
missing. It was suggested by a person
standing near that to have
carried off the balance would have
changed the nature of the crime from
embezzlement to theft and have sub
jected the perpetrator to extradition,
even in Canada, whither it is already
rumored the missing man has fled.
It is state'd that Mr. Leedom was
victimized once before by the immedi
ate predecessor of Silcott, but to an
amount insignificant in comparison
with his present loss.
JEFFERSON DAVIS DEAD.
Death of the Noted Confederate Leader
Sketch of His Lire.
New Orleans, Dec. 6. Jefferson
Davis died at 12:45 o'clock this morn
ing at the residence of his friend, J. U.
Payne. From the beginning of his
fatal illness Mr. Da
vis had insisted that
his case was nearly
or quite hopeless,
though the dread of
pain or fear of death
never appeared to
take the slightest
hold upon his spir
its, which were
brave and even
buoyant from the
beginning of his at
tack. In vain did
the doctors strive
to impress upon
him that his health was improv
ing. He steadily insisted that there
was no improvement, but with Chris
tian resignation he was content to ac
cept whatever Providence had in store
After death the face of the deceased,
though looking slightly emaciated,
showed no trace of suffering, more
nearly resembling that of a peaceful
sleeper than of the dead.
Jefferson Davis was born June 3, 1808, In
that part of Christian County, Ky., which
now forms Todd County, and soon after his
birth his father removed to Mississippi and
settled near Woodville, Wilkinson Countv.
Jefferson Davis received an academical ed
ucation, and was sent to Transylvania Col
lege, Kentucky, which he left in 1S21, having
been appointed by President Monroe a cadet
in the Military Academy at West I'oint, where
he graduated in 182S.
In 1815 he was elected a Representative to
Congress, and took his seat in December of
that year. In August, 1S47, he was appointed
by the Governor of Mississippi United States
Senator to fill a vacancy, and at the ensuing
session of the State Legislature, January 11,
1S4S, was unanimously elected to the same
office for the residue of the term, which ex
pired March 4, 1S3L In 1850 he wasre-elected
tor the ensuing full term.
In September, 1S51, he was nominated for
Governor of Mississippi by the Democratic
party in opposition to Henry S. Foote, the
candidate of the Union party. He resigned
his seat in the Senate on accepting the
nomination, and was beaten in the election
by a majority of 999 votes.
In 1853 he was appointed by President
Pierce Secretary of "War, which post he held
until the inauguration of President Buchan
an in 1857. On his retirement from the War
Department he re-entered the Senate for the
term ending March 4, 1S63.
On February 4, 1S61, the Confederate Con
gress met at Montgomery, organized a pro
visional Government for the seceded States,
and on the 9th, by unanimous vote elected
Jefferson Davis President of the Confederate
States of America.
Emln Paha Fatally Injured.
Zanzibar, Dec 6. After enduring
the hardships of many years of resi
dence in the interior of Africa and the
fatigues and dangers of his journey to
the sea it has been the fate of Emin
Pasha to receive an injury which is
likely to result in his death. The
Pasha is very nearsighted and habit
ually wears glasses. Yesterday he at
tempted to go about his room without
them and unconsciously walked out of
a window, falling some distance to the
ground, fracturing bis skull and inflict
! ing fatal injuries.
USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE.
For burns use lime water, olive oil
and glycerine, equal parts, applied on
To bring back the bloom to your
cheeks, let your food be of a simple na
ture, and take plenty of outdoor exer
cise. For a srood liniment for use in the
case of swelled joints in rheumatism,
take of soap-liniment one ounce ana oi
tincture of opium one drachm; mix and
rub in freely.
To take marking ink out of linen,
saturate the spot with cyanuret of pot
assium applicdjwith a camel's hair brush.
After the ink disappears, wash the spot
thoroughly in cold water.
In procuring bulbs for outdoor plant
ing it should le remembered that the
single tulips are the earliest to flower
and are therefore generally preferred;
the double-early are, however, not much
later and are very handsome on the
A good way to dry corn is to make a
frame of four pieces of lath, and tack a
piece of white muslin on it, as a quilt is
tacked to a quilting frame. Suspend
this about three feet above the stove by
strings or wires reaching from the cor
ner of the frame to the ceiling, and
spread the corn on it. Housekeeper.
A Breakfast or Lunch Dish. Pick
up one teacupf ul of codfish quite fine, let
it soak in lukewarm water, while you
mix two cups of mashed potatoes with
one cup of sweet milk, two eggs, a lump
of butter the size of an egg, and pep
per. Squeeze the fish from the water,
mix all together thoroughly and bake in
a buttered dish for twenty minutes or
half an hour.
Boiled Cider Apple Sauce. Six
quarts of peeled and quartered sweet
apple, one pint of molasses, one and
one-half pints of boiled cider, one-half
pint of water. Put all together in a
preserving kettle, cover closely and sim
mer gently three hours. Do not lift the
cover and it will not burn if the fire is
right, but turn out red, rich and de
White merino underclothing, when
past wearing, make excellent wash-rags
and cleaning cloths, and nothing makes
better holders for either ironing or use
about the stove than cast off woolen
hosiery covered with a thick drilling.
It is a good plan to mako tho covers for
iron-holders of white drilling in the
form of a bag, then they can be slipped
off and washed when soiled
There is nothing to compare with
the tincture or a stiong infusion of cap
sicum annum mixed with an equal bulk
of mucilage of gum arabic and with tho
addition of a few drops of glycerine for a
"black eye," according to the Pharma
ceutical Era. This should be painted all
over the bruised surface with a camel's
hair pencil and allowed to dry on, a
second or third coating being applied
as soon as the first is dry. If done as
soon as the injury is inflicted this treat
ment will invariable prevent the black
ening of the bruised tissue.
Origin of the Vice in France and Its Wide
Thero seems to be no doubt that ab
sinthe as a cordial was largely made by
the old French confiseurs, who were ex
perts in tho science o distillation; but
it was only when used as a flavor to
other beverages, and does not seem to
have become a common potation until
about the beginning of the reign of
Louis Phillippe. The balance of evi
dence, so far as it is obtainable, would
seem to show that the Algerian cam
paign, in the days when the Princes of
the Orleans family were fighting so
bravely in North Africa, and when the
favorite song of the French troops was
"La Casquette du Pore Bugeaud,"had a
great deal to do with the popularization
of absinthe among military men. Tho
operations of war had to be carried out
not only under a burning sun, but in all
seasons, at all hours, and very often on
marshy ground. The men were exposed
to continual fatigue, and nothing is
more probable than that some skillful
and kindly military surgeon, observing
tho ravages made by brandy on the
health of the troops in such a climate
as that of Algeria, prescribed as a stim
ulant diluted absinthe. The soldiers
may have made wry faces at first at a
beverage which,to the uninitiated, tastes
very like "doctor's stuff," but with dis
astrous celerity they soon grew to like
it and to drink it in excess.
From a camp tonic dispensed to re
cruit exhausted strength, and which in
the beginning may have been as benefi
cent as the eucalyptus cordial served out
to the laborers in the Soman Campagna,
absinthe became the favorite pick-me-up
in the Algerian cafes. It soon re
crossed the Mediterranean, left its traces
at Marseilles and Toulon, and with ter
rible quickness became domiciled in
Paris. It seized, so to speak, upon the
people just as gin did on the London
populace early in the eighteenth cen
tury, and has never since released its
dreadful grip. We had positively to
pass an act of Parliament in George II.'s
time to diminish the number of gin
shops, and to restrict the consumption
of the poison by placing largely in
creased excise duties upon it. Our
neighbors have not yet seen fit to pass
any law tending to suppress, or even to
restrict, the sale of absinthe. The del
eterious stuff has absolutelv been allow
ed to adulterate the French language.
i""uv-'" uiuuuuncs navii noi scrupieu
to admit the verb "absinther," to "ab
sinthiate," and "s'absinther,M which is
to swill or gorge one's self with ab
sinthe; then an absinthe drunkard is
called an "absintheur"; and there is
even an aphorism current in the brasse
ries: "If thou hesitatest, absinthiate
thyself." Poetry, finally, has been
pressed into the darkly fascinating ser
vice of this maleficent herb. Absinthe
has been called, from its half-verdant,
half opalescent hue, the "Fairy with
the Green Eyes." Infinitely baleful,
pernicious, fatal has that green-eyed
fairy been to tens of thousands of
Frenchmen, gentle and simple, lettered
and unlettered; nor among the victims
oi the seductive poison should h
ffotten OTin of trip trrpntuct muio j
ern France, Alfred de Musset London I
Catarrhal Deafness Hay Fever A New
Sufferers are not generally aware that
these diseases are contagious, or that they
are due to the presence of living parasites
in the lining membrane of the nose and
eustachian tubes. Microscopic research,
however, has proved this to De a fact, and
the result of this discovery is that a simple
remedy has been formulated whereby
Catarrh, Hay Fever and Catarrhal Deafness
are permanently cured in from one to three
simple applications made at home by the
patient once in two weeks.
N. B. This treatment is not a snuff or an
ointment; both have been discarded by
reputable physicians as injurious. A pamph
let explaining this new treatment is sent on
receipt of three cents in stamps to pay
postage by A. H. Dixon & Son, cor. of John
and Bang Street, Toronto, Canada. Chris
Sufferers from Catarrhal troubles should
carefully read the above.
There is one point in favor of the man
that laughs at his own jokes. You are
never in doubt as to whether he intended to
be funny. Terre Haute Express.
Its ad to see a woman Rrowine old before her timo
All broken-down and hopeless when life should
bold Us prime;
She feels herself a burJcn when a blessing she
And loncs for death to bring her rele ase from
If these poor, discouraged women who
suffer from diseases peculiar to women
could only know that health could be re
gained by tho use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription, how eagerly they would hasten
to avail themselves of it They ought to
know it, and try it Every -woman who is
still healthy ought to be told about the won
derful virtue in this medicine, and under
stand that it is a safeguard against the ter
rible diseases common to her sex. It is
guaranteed to give satisfaction or money
paid for it will bo refunded.
Cleaxse the liver, stomach, bowels and
whole system by using Dr. Pierce's Pellets.
Whzx a Spaniard comes to America and
Sets to prefer a beer garden to a bull fight,
e is said to be on the road to a higher civ
ilization. Texas Sif tings.
A S3. 50 Paper for SI. 75.
TnE Youth's Compaxiox gives so much
for the small amount that it costs it is no
wonder it is taken already in nearly Half a
Million Families. With its fine paper and
beautiful illustrations, its "Weekly Illus
trated Supplements, and its Double Holiday
Numbers, it seems as if tbc publishers could
not do enough to please. By sending SI. 75
now you may obtain it free to January, and
for a full year from that date to January,
1891. Address, The Youtu's Companion,
It's very monotonous to bo rich, but
there is a variety about being poor that
sometimes makes one weary. Philadelphia
Consumption Surely Cured.
To the Editok: Please inform your
readers that I have a positive remedy for
the above named disease. By its timely
use thousands of hopeless cases have been
permanently cured. I shall be glad to send
two bottles of my remedy fiiee to any of
your readers who nave consumption if they
will send mo their express and post-office
address. Respectfully, T. A. Slocum. M. C,
1S1 Pearl street, Isew York.
With its yellow, green and blue plumes,
the new Brazilian bird of freedom must be
a compromi' e between a paroquet and a
'peacock. Baltimore American.
G. M. Scott, of Okolona, Miss., wrote to
"Your Antidote for Malaria is certainly
the best thing for chills and fever that has
ever been sold in tho South. I have been
selling it for twelve years, and know it to be
the bost medicine I have ever dealt in. It is
perfectly harmless, and a sure cure in every
case. Sold by Druggists.
"The human race is a great one," said he.
x es," saia tne wiuow to whom ho was en-
td; "I am now on the second lap." N.
Oregoni the Paradise of Fanners.
Mild, equable climate, certain and abundant
crops. Best fruit, grain, grass, stock country
in the world. Full information free. Address
Oregon Immigration Board.Portland,Oregon
There are only a few certainties in the
world. One of them is the mother ; you can
always depend upon her.
Use Brown's Bronchial Troches for
Coughs, Colds and allother Throat Troubles.
"Pre-eminently the best." Jiev. Henry
Merctjrt had wings on his pedal extremi
ties. The inference is that he had soar feet.
Mr friend, look here ! you know how weak
and nervous your wife is, andyou know that
Carter's Iron Pills will relieve her. Now
why not be fair about it and buy her a box I
Policemen never commit crimes, and
they are rather slow in the commitment of
criminals. N. O. Picayune.
Actors, Vocalists, Public Speakers praise
Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops cure in one minute.
Marriage never will be a failure till bach
elors' buttons cease to come off.
Ant one can take Carter's Little Liver
Pills, they are so very small. No trouble to
swallow. No pain or griping after taking.
A dispute over tho coal bill is likely to be
a heated controversy.
No Opium in Piso's Cure for Consumption.
Cures where other remedies fail. 25c.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 9.
CATTLE Shipping steers.. ..$3 23 G 4 23
Hutcherstecrd 3 00
Xativecows 1 SO
IIOGS Good to choice heavy 3 50
WHEAT Xo. 2 red
No. 2 hard
CORN No. 2
OATS No. 2
BYE No. 2
FLOUB ratents, per sack. . .
HAY Baled i 00
KUTTEK Choice creamery..
CHEESE Fall cream
CATTLE Shipping steers....
SHEEP Fair to choice 3 60
WHEAT No. 2 red
CORN No. 2
OATS No 2
BYE No. 2
POBK 10 00
CATTLE Shipping steers.... 3 90
HOGS racking and shipping 3 75
SHEEP Fair to choice 4 00
FLOUR Winter wheat 4 40
WHEAT No. 2 red 7Si
CORN No. 2 31
OATS No. 2 201;
RYE No. 2 44
BUTTER Creamery 16
PORK 9 50 a
CATTLE Common to prime. 4 00
HOGS Good to choice 3 15 0
FLOUR Good to choice 4 40
WHEAT No. 2 red.
OATS - Western mixed"..!.".".".". 27
CORN No. 2..
BUTTER Creamery 13
The Ladles Dellcatcd.
The pleasant effect and the perfect saf ety
with which the ladies may use the liquid
fruit laxative. Syrup of Figs, under all con
ditions make it their favorite remedy. It is
pleasing to the eye and to the taste, gentle,
yet effectual in acting on the kidneys, liver
Strange as it may appear, it is when the
fall comes that trade takes a rise. Bostta
Pcre soap is white. Brown soaps are
adulterated with rosin. Perfume is put in to
hide the presence of putrid fat. Dobbins'
Electric Soap is pure, white and unscent
ed. Has been sold since 1S65. Try it note.
The statesman in his eagle flights oi ora
tory simply spreads his opinions.
The old smoker's delight "TansUl's
Punch" America's finest 5c cigar.
A rare opportunity to make 300.00 before
Christmas. Address withref. Gast,St-Louis.
If afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it 25c
XT CONQUERS FAIN.
Believes and cures I HEADACHE.
BHEUIIATISM, Toothacho, Sprains,
Sciatica, Lumbago. Burns and Scalds.
At Druggists akd Dealers,
THE CHARLES A.V0GELER CO., Battimort. Ml
Tbia popular rem4y nsvr falls to
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
And all diseases arising from a
Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion.
Tne natnral result Is good appetite
and solid flesh. Dose small ; elegant
ly snar coated and easy to swallow.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878.
W. BAK&R & CO.'S
it is soluble.
are used in ita preparat'on. It hu
mart than three timet the ttmgth of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, anil is therefore far more
ecocom'cal, coulng lest than me rent
a cup. It is deliciouj, nouruWnj,
Btrenjthfninjr, Easily Digested,
and admirably adapted for invalid
as well at for persona in health.
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
W. BASER &CO-Dorchester. Mass.
Ihad catarrh so bad
there were great tores
:n my nose, one place
icas eaten through.
Two bottles of Ely's
Cream Balm did the
icorfc. My nose and
head are well. C. S.
McXillen, Sibley, 2Io. HjsVV-PEVEff
A particle in applied into each noatril and Is aprroo
p.ble. I'ricfOr-ntsatdruK;iUi; by mail, registered.
lOtcnts. ELY MtOTUEUS. 56 Warren St.. New York.
MADE WITH BOILING WATER.
MADE WITH BOILING MILK.
HAVE YOU !!BySF!
Use Permian Strengthening Bixirr KfeMjSJ
The beat TOMC In EXISTENCE. Plcaan:
totnetate, but not a beverace. Cure Blilona
neaa. General Jleblllty, Indication, Liver
Complaint. Fever and Ague, etc. f2rAsK
YOCK IMtroGisTS fok it. Manufactured by
McPIKE A FOX. ATCHISON. KANSAS.
BECAME THIS PAPER re-T Jtn rnt.
THE GREAT CHRISTMAS WIDE 1WAKE !
100pageonarto,illutrated. "'' mw?,'
iriven FKEEto all who tcml twion- Decern tier SO,
2.40for VVJJDn -VXVVISJE for IS0,
to I. LOTHnoi CO., JMISTO.N. llenUou thisotfir.
l-NAJII TU1S FAPK mj ba wtiu.
TRMDE lSBMr MARK
Ill 1 1
JOSEPH H. HUNTER
j?USH ON THE HANDLE AND THE SCREW
Slzet.Ho. 1 1135. No. 2X1.60
Will last a Ufctimt. If tour Hats' watt tUr kasent it
PISO'S REMEDY FOR CATARRH. Rest. Easiest
to use. Cbeajjcst Relief is immediate. A cure is
certain. For Cold in tho Head it bas no equal.
It is an Ointment, of which a small particle is applied
to the nostrils. Price, 60c Sold by druggists or sent
bymaiL Address, E. T. Hazeltdte, Warren, Pa.
I UBESEUjT ro MAKE
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The Plain Truth
Is that Hood's Sarsaparilla has cured thousands or
people who suffered sererelr with rheumatism. It
aentrallxcs the lactic add in the blood, which
causes those terrible pains and aches, and alsa
Titallzes and enrichas the blood, thus proventint
the recurrence of tho disease. These facts warrant
us in urging you. If you suffer wlta ybeumatlsm. f.
give Uood's Sarsaparilla a tttal.
"I had rheumatism so ttat when I sat or laid
down I could hardlr set ur. Hood's SarsaDarilla
has almost cured ma." P.Carnes, Gallon, O.
K. B. If you mako up your mind to try Ilood'a
Sarsaparilla. do not be induced to take any other.
Sold by all drureit9. SI; six for $"i. Prepared only
Oy C. I. HOOD A CO.. Lowell. Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
The bet Bobber BOOTH and SHOES la
L'iSSpi&lre?J?nde1 W-al-ES GOODYEAR
SHOE CO. When you want rubbers call for
and do not be deceived by buyin-othcrrubbers with
thoword . todycar" on them, as that name U
H-.k?? other companies on inferior poods to
catch the trade that the Wales Ooodyear bhoo Co.
has established by always maWlnp coort cnod.
which fact make It economr to bay the W tX.ES
PAYS THE FREICHTV
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others havo failed la no rvaron for not now receiving a
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