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4i I 5-7 j if iff- X v i i i t'f f f A f It t u Is il it ! t J 4 N: ! (I ft I 4 i - U I Vfj 1 1 1 nil IP 'K Si if1 t ft . s if 14 IV Hi Hi', i r " i 1 ' t " it- t )1 r If. Brnatr ! Blood Deep. Clean blood means a clean skin. No beauty without it. Cascarots, Candy Cathar tic r'ean vour Wood and keep it clean ty itirrine up the iizy iivcr and driving ail irn bunt:, 9 from th body Jicgin to day to banish piru:", boil., Notches, blackheads, and that ,;ck!v bilious complexion by ;tak.S Cas'arits, btauty for ten cents. Ail oru gistb, featufiction guaranteed, 10c, 2oc,0c- -Tr . rJ.-i'T Ak'.ir.i cf Harvar 1, srlll l-.i 1 n - ia-- i x edition to IJrazh .n Jim-. To tin a t old In On Pay. Take I.ti&fi'" I 'r'n-r- .m Tat-t. An It ; -r - r. ; r - -ii-l" to i: j Uor.i N- v C,rry (' r r-.M- t'Oi.S'. ifA' iO!l foreVPT. Wc.'lic. if CC C f'u.l. drugMuref und money. -!'! Ht;.- ' I ! i- pra -ti'-.-illy out f f Mit. r.' v . ,i ; : K ri i to J ay a!I v.ar MUiU. t To Err is Human." Bvt to err all the time is criminal or idiotic. Don't continue the mistake of neglecting your blood. Take Hood':, Sirsapcrilla now. It pure, live blood, ii in good health. ' i.'. :,',, !;' or stn-;:'h, ?.r -j'-'. n-Mf'l, was fem- ;.. I v.i. !.',tt! -s Hfitxl's :;r- f-f-lir;- :n:d I tin : - .. I-i' K.MillvilJe,.J. 7, ...-. ? r A!! Cont rouiti .'. j'.f ! :; r-.r faf.r.r:,.:. Jfccd SaUapaiiflq Willi iMfc' Rk ? V r - " u i Try . f t . lint. iiTit..tir ir ai:l iu' Ifiat will wit.'i i ' n .r ial.i'liiif.' frtifl j ri . i.i'- tri'-ii'l. ii i,:, '.Ul. Att'Irs-. I. I.IM HIvM In fo, v t -. ; . t ' . i ;) 1. J no Id ii i;;' r i.i v:iM;:i.. vit.li t Ih.ik mil i.: i THE MERRY SIDE OF LIFE STORIES THAT ARE TOLD BY THE FUNNY WEN OF THE FRESS. j speaking of our trade vrith the Orient, gays: "Japan's total exports and im- Tlicv All Come CrimeKnows AVlien to Onit-Fool-lj,irl Man s to tle Latest Fad A Chance of fleart Well Alons in VearB. "Still writic.q-for thp magazines?' II - a.-ke.I, us ojio vrho yearns To larn bi neisii tor's ways, ' and means; what are th" return??'' one Ttljoae voic did iaic the ring Of v,r -poritar; lee. T!i-ut!i-r said: "Oh, everything! Th'.'v al! .-oni bakto me." f.'ichmorjil Iispat?'a. A I'ariloniiMe .'rime. Mad ere "He stole a kiss from we." Mabel - "Well, that -vras only petit larceny." "Mude ''It vasrt it was grand!" Urooklvu Jjife. ports expanded from ?2 42, 000, 000 in uack-A .ranionabio i 1897, to $280,000,000 in 1898, Amer- i ira's lifTPi-ritiicf' innreasiDcr propor tionately. British Australasia does an annnal business on the ocean of more than half a billion dollars, and I America gets twenty-nine million dul l lars out of it. Uritish India and the East Indies do over $130,000,000 of j sea business annnallv, and America gets lilteen and a half millions of it. China does $277,000,000, and America gets only eighteen and a half millions of it. No one can calculate, of course, what America will or will not com mand in the exports and imports of the countries across the teas, and it is uselet-s to speculate. But -whatever it may be, the Paciiic coast i the natu ral distributing point for a 0 msidera ble and for an ever-enlarging share :f it. " Kiiiuvs When lo Juit. 'You told UAt vour .son had business ability. 'V.'ell, hasn't he?"' "All he knows, is when the clock .strikes nix. " Chicaero llecord. aro 'A- to t Ik I-:itest F:nl. "These horseless carriages great things." "Yes, indeed. 1 had one once."' "What did you do with it? "Outgew it. '"-Jewish Comment. Don't Tobar ?0 Spit and Smoke Toor Life kvt&j. To quit tobacco easily and lorever. be inagr Ketic. JalLof hre. nerve cv.d visor, take No-To- ! Hac, thewnnder vyorkcT. that rc anes weai; men ! ..... - . . strong. Ail cru?g-;st.s, ouc or si. uureguaran teed. Bookies and sair.pie free. Address Sterling Kemedy Ca, Chicago or New York. Foolhardy 3Ian. Mrs. Skimpen "I think Mr. Smith must have; liked the beefsteak pie. lie had two helpings of it.: The Tactless .Boarder "Possibly he .did it on a wager.'" Boston Trau-. script. Sometime the Ke-nll. . '. "IHdir"t you tell me Swiggles was seriously contemplating marryiugV' "Yes, he told me he was but the more lie eontcmplated it tlie less he . felt inclined toward it." Chicago Tribune. ('offe raising ranks second as an indus try in Porto Kieo. 5o-To-Bac for Fifty Cent. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weali Bien strong. b.oo'J pure. SOe, $1. All druggists. --Ice 33 inejies thick was harvested from Lake Winnebago in Wis-.-oLsin last winter. To Core Constipation ForeTer Take Ciiscarets Candy Catbartic. 10c or 25c If C. C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund money. Hunger never -kicks because the tablecloth is soiled. Fits rcrmantntly cured. No fits ornervon? rtss niter lirst day's use of Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. Atrial bottleaud treatise free L)i:. R. 11. Kline. Ltd.. Ml Arch St. Phila. Pa ' HOW TO wash flannels: Dissolve fine shavings of Ivory Soap in boiling water, and when cool enough to bear your hand in it, immerse one 'piece of -flannel. Don't rub it with soap, but knead it with the hands. Don't rinse in plain water or in cold water, but make a second solution, warm and well blued, for this purpose. Use a clothes-wringer ; hand-wringing is insufficient. Dry quickly in a warm place. If left to stand wet, flannel shrinks. Cut out these directions and tell the laundress to follow them zvith Ivory Soap. It keeps the flannels very soft. So CopTrjrtt W Thf Pwrtff ft GtrKe Co.. Cinr!r.-tl SB? GREENSBORO V? For ths treatment of THE UOUOR nP,eT!. H.r thcr Drug Acdicticrs. ThsTcbUccj ff' WRITE US FOR THE COUPER MARBLE WflwT I K.t.WI.h,d 50 V. W' il 159-163 Bank St.. parr ". Ill III.. . Low prices q ir.t. c v. th' iiranit. df-hrr rdV rs: c So.ia,it:Sfr...;acd5;;;- Of all cities in th son must lu nbl'd ivor Il r ! ...... '.. t we hav ii-h-. ;!!. It In i: iiiM t irti A ii i' .. , si. . A Yurit ion Kai ned. Mr. iironxboroucrh ''Shall we cro bad hut !' ! i. i.i :i, .t.-. ';..,..,. -i" , ,., , 10 toe M'iniuL' iui nuuimci . i ii i : r. i r ti i lid all YV. : New' y. lit izt:;.. Llt :j i. "Atari Trick of a Wildcat. .'i. !.; iy''Ml .y the city of ;. f; . ::-.t rm-ting (lie !ig (lain !! ;:: : -lling of a wilib-at thai i:. a hole urlil lie was near ly Mt; to'i'-a'.h. The ilog beloligeo! to A lit, !.:; t 'i' i,'-, a (oreinau. I 'or !as ;;. .1..- n;, mivsing. and all ef- fo;; i Iil.fi I..!!: ei"e illeffeelua!. I 'e- rone wa- ::t .;aiiin for i-abbits near Crol i ).:,!. !! oiher day when he ln-apl a : . .!. 'ti in a hedge near by. arid v.i .-d lo see a wildeat dart Up a Hee . ;c,v !ii!llljte:i later hii misv;:,- j . "-d out of ii hole near the I.i d.-e :. ..vlien he saw his nias- d him with his tail be :. nd must ha ve been in he day he disappeared. I a t Ihe dug w as chased Mrs. Brouxborough "What's tho use.-' The girls are all married now. Let's stay at home and rest." New York .Journal. ter. i : ;d ft -v. : Ii 1 1 -1 a i. m ; i ca p t i : ! y I.M ; i it is i i ; i ; t into the !!. tlien 1 I pi W.v U lew to !!.:; rone si. i i i !. could I."t be carcass. - I tii" eat, and that it t h at. life entrance with VMS;; the enemy out. IV- wildcat, ' lull the dog r.dueed to approach its Yel k Press. VKhiOlKS OF PxVIN. V.-CTi-.;i eiu-e : rc;,t N ! per'. : tier ' tu re ' tliat oth '.(.r.. the balance wheel of . f, . : '. the bane of e.xist r; :m ' i i ca .:se it means a Cmieof '.. T. w i :;,an i. entirely free from . ... -t .;.'.?!. it Iocs not seem to have o.ar I.y.;:a V.. l iuk- ml pound ; (' . :A7 the t vL- siucly in 11 iijlomaev. "What is. a diplomatic instrument?" "It is an instrument used by the members of tiie European Concert." "What do they play on it?" "They play on the little rowers'.' New York Hun. Well Alon in Year. "Isn't Belle s -husband old enough to lie her father?"' "Her father! Why, my dear, he's old enough to be a caotain in the the United States Navy :" Philadel phia North American. Her .Maiden Aim. ' Hoax "So young tioldrox has taken a w ife. What was her maiden name?" Joax "Her maiden aim seems to have been to marry Goldrox, and sho proved an unusually good shot for a woman." Philadelphia Record. An Inception. "Bemenber," said tho good man, "that there are sermons in stones." "Not in those that you run against with jour bike," retorted the cynic, and the argument was necessarily at an end. Cincinnati Commercial-Tribune. What a I'icnii ! r-J -If V1 .'Vi v " ' 'f' - -v 1 iCATSHOW. NOW OPEN. I J J I v I I U V 1,1.! w 1. tt cuce. Itn ves tVic cotvlition that pro duct s r:.ai h dcomfort and ribsinen-f-tru;:t . f i : t errors. Here is proof: lb vi: l'!KH.Yi: How Can 1 thank : ; m wjh for what you have done f. a . hen 1 wrote to you L was i .: g v.nti.'.d tain at time of tr.eris! ; .; was nervous, had head ache a :. .:;.( . t.o appetite, that tired fcehii'.v ;.r..l iid not care for anything. I hav. , thr. e buttles of l.vdia K. s getab!e ' .in;oi:nd. one I'ur.hcr. t ..o boxes of Liver ay I am a well jierson. 1 ;.:.ve tbo-e u ho sutTer one of the many who u of t'eniale eonip'aints ! ".1 n ediciin" a nd advice. !b Mn r. l.i-on. Wis. : :Ter".ng in thi- way, write I'inki.r.iT. i l lb. !' yi a- ' woa.c'i . ii know ' .; bavi ! i i ! ry vi :r w, - ' Mi- .- as .m Lvi;!.. V: C tiers I rt ' ;50 C7sk r j 7.:tt ' 1 I can rcronnnend l'i-o's Care for Consump tion to -uflVrers Horn Astl.ina. K. I). Tow.v 6EMI, Ft. ilowarl. W ;.. .May 4, ls'.l. Mr?. Winslow'g Soothing Syrup for children U tthinp.fcoitens the punis, reducing intlama tion, aliays pain. cures wi ud colic a bottle . F. J. Cheney A- Co., Toledo. O.. Props, of Hall's Catirrh C 're, otter 100 reward for any ca?c , t catarrh that cannot lie cur. d by takin.' Jlah's Catarra Cure. Send for testi monials, tree. Sold by drugpjsts, 15c. Ttelatlve Size of Armlen. In Germany there is one soldier for every seventeen civilians; in France ihe proportion is one to 15; in Russia one to 17; in flreat Britain one to 72; in the United States, one to 445.' 5 98..I, !? The above licnres tell a remarkable W . story; they represent almost exactly the .v W percentage of cures made by r) 6 RHEUSyjACIDE! ) fA the wonderful i;ew congticutioual euro W ior RHKU.MATISM.Theotherp-rcent. VJ r. werj not curabie, or tailed to take rnedi- J V? cine accordinp to directions. Thousand rj j have been cured. In view of thefactthat A J many physicians tbink that rheumatism y fa is incurable, and that most remedies fail, N J it must be true that RHEUM AC 1 1)E is r) ti the greatestmedical discovery of the age. 5t y Particulars and testimonial? of many rj A well known people sent free to. ail appll- S cantc. Manufactured by tj U THE BOBB1TT DRUG CO., Raleigh, N. C. Sold by Druggists generally at M per bottle. fj ANTEO--AGENTS : lllofm? new Household t-reItv ;elisonsiffht; lart:e proiits;viTy Lid y wants It. Lt t me f-tart'you in busineis.Ad(ires.sA.NIELUN,Clneimiati,t MOTK'lv When yon write advertiHet Kktndl y mention thi p iper It n ill obtain best treat ment and lavor us. - ho. 1. BCW Bit I I IN U m. iu,MKbY Co.. St. Louis, .0. v:-.:... v is the town in which to .. formanee enacted. s,i;.,. ; .. Boston gentleman had h; Tv valuable gold one. and a v.-., ..." stolen from him while :; - . lie ul'fered $r0 reward f,.- cry of the proper iy. 'l 1.. v. not appear, and on rep,::;.;:,.- ... lea he left his name' and - v . the number of his wa; -.! ; with the amount of the ;vu;;r. the police. A short tim tleman reeeived his wat, , with the reward J:;;n. :. ;.; .! note froin the direoioi'. . was airainst the rules uv j. receive money reward-: . ! : civilian had recover, d th-. rewartl would have been only cliarge w;i i-fty ots, , pense of transporting the New York to l'.oston. ihe ti,, been nrrestetl in Vienmi. ;. had been found ujion i,..;i u Warthnl by the city Vienna free of charge to .. There is a degree dm. . , the Vienna police thai uc.. oomiiarisons. r.a. ' ) ' V- r -:a Lai ' il r.t The Austrian govorjni:enr La an order that hereafter i .. shall appear tn the siau in r country that have any- re-ei:.bh t . i . .i niose tiseo in mo .ustriai: r . . , ! ivil service. The tMrceter is unless you use Carter s. - It costs j . .vi,.nua theatres have against the order. In P.. : !,-:. u ;if.r, inilitarlsm is supposed to he at You will never know what Good Ink no more than poor ink. Funny booklet" I low to Make Ink Pictures" free. CARTER'S INK CO., Boston, Mass. i hat e hi nay :Ui'l' !- -e! ii?vuul,p r DR. WOFFETT'S TUIDI 1 lil TEETHING POWDERS n OB VI X Aids Digestion, Regulates the Bowels, Makes Teathing Easy. TEETHINA Relieves the Bowel Troubles of Children of Any Age. Coets Only 25 Cents. Ask Your Erug-sriat for it mmm iwii and Whhrttey Habits cured at home with out pain. Book of par ticularssent FREE. 3 B.M.WOOLLKY, M.l). Atianu. ta. Office 104 N. Pry or St. s?n p qvnewdiscovery' Jf W- I V9 B quick rfliinf and cure wont oases. Book of testimonials and lO iln' treatmcnl Free. Dr. H. H. GREEN'S SONS. Bf.x D, Atlanta. 6a. highest point: the government require only that uniforms worn en fie stacc shall be different in any -1 par ticular from those actually w ::, a the tinny. TTTANTED Caw of hal haltb that RI-P-A-Ti will n,t 'npflt Hend ft rts. to Itijiang Cbi!.li Co., NewVirk, fur 10 t-ariij lis ai.d 1 ji K'srliani.tali. : USE CERTAIN CHILL CURE. "After I wa Induced to try CASCA fiETS, I will never be without them in the house. My liver was in a very bad shape, and my held ached and I had stomach trouble. Now. since tak ing C'ascarets, I 'feci tine. My wife has also used theiu with beneficial results for sour stomach." Jos. Kheulixu, 1-J21 Congress St., St. Louis, Mo. Best Pr escnpnon for i aiaria, Chills an d o to Mrs. Pinkham at for the advice which she eh;: tiro to all women. I THE REASON WHY :v.:.: or beast ' ' ..... l . t . .d p:un. f c trouble im- ,I tbviut irrita- f i kills the ft r atnify and Stable Sires Dr. Cart S. Sloan, Boston, Maa. The Terrier "My. but don't I wish T had fifty cents!" New York Jour nal. Hard to Satisfy. "I'.ridget, Avhat is that child, crying so v.-i Idly for?'-' "Sure, mum, he's just -dr inked all nis soothin syrup and ate the cork, and J don't know what ails him unless it's tho bottle he wants to swallow!" Tit-lbts. A Clwnsf of Heart. "Would you give your seat to r lady in a street car?" she asked of the man who prides himself ou being a bear. "Yes. I would gladly," he answered, "if 1 could lind the street car." Washington S,ta: A Careful Listener. A young student came to class with one ear stuffed with cotton. "What's the matter?'' asked his neighbor. "Got an earache?" "N but I don't want what goes in at one ear to go out at the other." New York Press. Poor Toumt ! Teacher "What's the matter with you to-day, Tommy? Yon seem to be nervous and uneasy." Tommy "I am. Yesterday was my pa and ma's woodcu wedding, and nearly all the neighbors sent 'em s k in g I e " -C h i e a g o N e w s . Plearant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Dc Good, Never Sicken, Weaken, or Gripe. 10c, 20c. 60c. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Slt rllnir lUraf-.lj I ompanT, I tilcavo, Montreal, 5iew York. 3i8 tin.Tfi.Rff pold and piinrnntced by all drug-HU- I Ua2AU gists to criiK Tobacco Habit. VERY SUCCESSFUL farmer who raises fruits, vegetables, berries or grain, knows by experience the importance of having a large percentage of Potash in his fertilizers. If the fer tilizer is too low in Potash the harvest is sure to be small, and of inferior quality. Our books tell about the proper fertilizers for a'd crops, and we will gladly send them fret to any farmer. GCRHAN KALI WORKS, cz Nassau S . New Yrk Whfii Do the Centnr End The opening day o! the twentieth century hs still a matter of inquiry. It will not be January 1st, 1900, but Jan uary 1st, 1S01. It takes a full 100 years, not ninety-nine, to complete the century. The fipst decade did not end It is simply Iron " and Quinine in a tasteless form. . . . Sold by every druggist in the malarial sections of the United States No cure, no pay Price, 50c WHOLESALER. St. Louis, Mo., Feb, 8, 1809. Paris Medicisb Co., City. Gentlemen: We irish to congratulate you on the increased sales we are having on, "your drove's Tatole Cbill Tonic. On exam ining our record of inventory under date of Jan. 1st. we find that we fold during the Chill season of 1898. 1660 dozen CiroTC I onic. We also find that our sles on your laxative Bromo-Qulnlne Tablets have been some thing enormous: liavinjr sold during tho late Cold and Grip season 4.200 dozen. Pleae rush down order enclosed herewith, and oblige, Yours truly. MEYER BROS. DRUO CO. i'er small. j ti yrta tin i asteiess uim a Fever,, Tonic I:irst Tasteless Tonic ever manufactured.. Ail other so-called 44 Taste less" Tonics arc imita tions.. Ask any druggist about this who is not PUSHING' an imitation. RETAILER. CONSUMER, Kedbo, III. Pabis Mbdicin-e Co., Gentlemen: I handla seven or eight differ ent kinds of Chill Tonics but I sell ten bottles of Cirove's to where I sell on of the others. I solrr-38 bottles of drove's 'tiill Tonic in one day and con W have sold more if I had had I ad it waa vour Tih.Imi Chill Tonic that LJ it on hand Mr. Dave Woods cured five cases ; i;. j caaiat say too much in its b-aa!f. of chills with one bottle. j 3 Respectfnllv. ! "kourE truly, JOH.V T. VTXTATtD ' JAMJ.S ) IJiV.LV.ky WniTK'Bono, Ter., f-ep. 13,13:1. Parts MrrjiciN-a Co., bt. Louis, Mo. Genlk-mpn: I writ roti a few lir.'" rrtt S'uile. I think TourUrow'i Talei 'hlll Tonic ii one of the beet medic;nn in the' f-4 for Chills and Fever. I have thre :r.: rtr'B that have be-n d iwn with malaria' fo?r ff r II months and have bought Chill raFinn f f all kinds and Ioctor's bills e"rnin.r in a-i : ht.ast until I sent to town and pot three -V tf drove's Tonic. Mr rhildrn ar? a'i wp.; Kcstauranls In Turkey. ; The transport Meade left Santiago ' Thursdav with the Ninth Immunes In Constantinople the restaurants bound'.for New York. The soldiers will are now expected to provide knives : be taken to Camp Meade, Pa., to bo and forks for their customers. In : mustered out. Persia, however, the diner is given no fork, and in place of it uses a bit of unleavened bread. W Mfl:l 141:1 liUKti WHtHt ALL ILSt .AILS. Best Cough Syrup. Tastes textl. Use in time, sold by drujrRists. Ask Your Dealer for Allen's Foot-Kase A powder to shake into vour shoe?; rests the feet. Cures Corns, Bunion!?, Swollen, Sore. ! . Hot, Callous, Aehinjr, Sweating Feet and In- j SE3i3 flr For nPW "IIOMEU AD growing -NailS. Al. tii S r OUl .UUh.es new vir ,-titlful and t.raotli-a' Maaaziri.- VIKHH A or tlgbt shoes ea?y. At all shoe stores and ; HOME. iu.x s. S vihi f k v -.- druKKist!?, 25 ets.- Sunu'le mailed FREE, i - Address. Allen S. Olmsted, Leltoy, N. V. ATlTTTlff HMt. New Painless honr-e rnrm. ! IIMIIIIVI GUARANTEED Wri'e Uv. dy for FREE SAMPLE. at;d E. PURDY. Houston, Ihe ay ne baid it. ; ixk The Clovt-land I'lain Denier tolls a j story to show that there is sometimes ! a great deal in the way of putting any- j i . : . - T n .1 . .....- r.l flint . : . 1 ' eldest daughter was as homely as a j mud fence, professor." "You are quite mistaken, madam. What I said was 1 that your esteemed child reminded mo OPIUM hoik. uk. with the close of the vear 9 but rear ! 01 a IIilxluIt ,J1 llMa iirm:i aDU a'Iun 10. and the second f'PM(i, hln 4us ! Pra combined in a practical boundary - ---).-" itu ; - . fhn VPir 11 Ttio j- , line. v.i- - iiini, .r;ii ii v i.-1 ipn Dine with us Changed Intentions. Vicar's Daughter '-Oh', Wither?, your mistress tells me you are saving tip to take a little shop and look after your mother. I think it is such a sweet idea!" Withers-4 'Well, yes, mis?, I did think of it; but now I've got the money I've changed my mind, and Im crointr to buy myself one of these 'eTe bi- cycles iustead!" Punch. " "Oh. is that all? S . . 1 a . It with the close of the yoar 100, and the j 0U unua- i'-'-nineteenth century will end with the I The telegraph lines In Chili are close of 1900. not with 1S99. Anyone ! owned bv the government. A message having doubts can count back year by 0f .ten words can w sent to anv part year from 1900 to 1. o the country for about S ccW THK Spalding OFHCIAL League Ball iU. ar d j. off.ri:ly r ser.l .' v the i:sl La . ae to be us d iu all gia. ACCEPT NO smTITI'TEX. If a dealer do not carrr SiIdUfr'a athl-r p-ds in stock. nd your r.au an-1 'addrfv t. u ,ana bis, too) for a copy oar Lai.dwaii ulu-trate-l catalogue. A. C. SPALDING &, BROS.. New York. Denver. C bleu f J' Th ("hai!j!- vrh'-el p:rl ui tl. b.l ' lilJTJ Jrbf"-i'. W tLa. lL (.'Li!!.!'.' s ' ra-ii-e the hw-i-;'-ar; tl:'l ur.l-r the ev " f-ruiity . f a-tj- r. r.k --''" ally ea- rar.rdr.g at all t::i-- New 1899 Models': Chae::, : bia chain wheels, $50; r" Vedettes, $25, $26. Catalogue freecf dea.- ' r POPE MFfi. CO., HartforJ. Con: tWnt y,,r TIl l UK Srrkcr" -1 Circular r.'e. ti. i:t.. " To cure, or money refunuea by your merchant, so why not try it? Trice 50c.