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r5Rrwsw w rrUWfCf w w"y s?t pt7 "fp it Jk. 1T .SlALtouUi. Rltesoirs " (astout; ,u t I j pleasAnT to take. Wiich Ifl-nldubt try Castouts. IB cbttta per box. fllk lltftb Castouts, baby sick m bed, atlVd Mm tho Casfduts; this is What w he said: ' ''Etii 'lfrotms at bovcrcil me I fraught u'(l lrlnk iny tV-jey in a knot, A-aklrlln' 'round a playing tag, 'lt)l nit 'or tails a wlglc-wag. My rioso dot sore, I 'dot s6 weak I touldh't barely, Hardly sleep Fdr spblng things what didn't bo, 'At comes at night. to boot, at mo; Slch tllliigs as snakes an 'rlnkom-jacks, Wig mdoncy eyes and hunker backs. But mlizzcr dd sotno Castouts 'an But mtizzcr ottsomo Castouts 'an 'E worms dot otlt when It dot in, An' so'fm tip rind well ag'Iri."' .'Six Castouts f6r 1G cents. Sent by nfritl on rcddlpt Of price. ' Prepared by1 "t ; ' Youths for- business, t WILL S. RICHARDSON. 127 Grceno Street, Marietta, O. Cut-Hato Druggist. Rqduced lres to California i via Penna. Lines.- Special low rate tlckots to San Frohclsco, account General Conven tion1' Episcopal Church, will bo sold v.ia 'Pennsylvania Lines September 18 to 2G, inclusive, aso on September 27 for-trains reaching Chicago or St. Loills that date. For Wither infor mation seo ticket agents of Pennsyl vania Lines. The Marietta. Leader. (Dally and Weokly.) Notice. George J. Ermlich, who resides nt Dtirftngo, Colorado, William Ermlich, Who' resides some where In the state of Mississippi, arid Henry Ermlich, whose lilac" of residence Is unknown, will take1 notice hereby that John S. Mc CalllBtcr, Executor 'of the estate of Johann P. Ermlich, deceased, filed on tbo,22d day of July, 1901, his petition in the Probate Court of Washington coun oy, Ohio, alleging In said petition that eald'Jolmnu V". Ermlich died' seized in fee simple of tho following described real estate situated in tho city of Mnri ctta, county of Washington and state of Ohio, to-wlt: The southerly half of City Lot No. 131 in Square No. 12; also tho N. W. half of City Lot No. 1017, and a strip of land riff tho S. E. side of lot 101G, being IS Icet wldo, and extending tho whole length of said lot; tho above premises' being 03 feet on Front strcol and c'xtending back 180 feet, also part'of city lot 1010, bo ginning at tho northerly corner of said lot 6n'tllO lino of Frbnt street; thence ijdnning westerly In the northerly lino Of said lot at right angles with said last mentioned lino and parol lei with Front street, 3G feet to a stake; thenco easterly parallel with tho northerly said lot from Front street; thence northei'lyon'tho line of Front street 3G feet to -the place of 'beginning; also thc- westerly hjtlf of lot No. 98 In square No. 14, adjoining: tho alley in saUl equare. ? HOT. Tho prayer of said petition is for the fc&lo, of said' real bstato aboye for Jthc Surpose of .paying the legacies, mado in nd'under'sald will, and the'eharges of administration. , Th6 parties abovo will further take notlco that they have been mado part ies defendant to said petition and that they arc required'to answer the sameon Or befbro tho 12th day of October, 1901", or tho petition will be taken as tfUo and judgment taken accordingly. JOHN S. McCALLISTER, Executor of Johann F. Ermlich, do ceased. Way & Hancock, Attorneys. Tucs, Aue 20-CwkB. J j Notice. cr - - tJonnlo McDrecn, whoso place of res ilience Is unknown, is hereby notified that John McBreen did on the 5th day q( August, 1901, file his petition in tho Clerk's office of tho Court of qoin riion Pleas of Washington county, O., against said Jennie McDrecn, charg ing said Jennlo McUrcen' with adult cVy with divers persons at times and places unknown to plaintiff, and pra'ylng that ho may be divorced from said Jennlo McBreen, and asking for tho custody of their child, Hoy Mc Drecn, which petition will bo for Hearing at tho-Septcmbcr term of said court, 1901, at which time said Jennlo MdBreen is rcqutilred to answer or jlldgmcnt will bo taken against her. , l JOHN McBRHKN. By Way & Hancock, his attorneys. Tues.-Aug. 'ff-Cwks. Itching and Burning. Eczema', Tetter, Piles, No Cure. No Phy, Boro-Carbol Salvo absorbs tho tu riiors, allays tho Itching at once. Acts like a poultice, and gives Instant ro lfdf. Uoro-Carbol Salvo Is tho only rxmiedy for Eczema, Tetter, and Piles. Sold on a positive guarantee No Cure, No 'Pay. Price 25 cents per box. For sale 'B'yT.iro Klrby 'Drug 'Company. TUESDAY, SEP.TBMDER 17, 1901. The Public Mirror. ' returned Mlso Florence, Richards homo Monday from Buffalo., Mr. Mercer returned Monday from a short business trip to Pittsburg. Mi'. J. J. Clslcr left Monday on il short business ti;ip up tho O. &,L. K, Mr. Henry Rocscr icturned home Monday from a short business trip to Parkersburg. ' ' Misses Floience and Graco Dyp re. turned homo Mondny'from tho Pan American Exposition, Mrs. Rodgcrs and Mrs. Schnattfer went to Parkersburg Monday to spend tho day with friends,. . , .Mr. Charles Weeks left Monday, for .Columlms, where he will enter the Ohio State University. Mrs. Yonlcy, of Flag, O., arrived In tho city Monday, and is the guest of Mr. B. E. Stewait and fatnly. Mr. Russell Gilpin, of Cincinnati Is tho guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gilpin, of tho West Side. ' Mr. Robert Johnson left Monday for Columbus where ho will resume his studies at tho Ohio State University. Mr. Ralph Hill will leave today foi Gambler, where he will resume h'.s studies at KcTiyon Milltaiy Academy. Mr. Jean Eells left Monday for New York after u visit of several weeks with her mother, Mrs. George Eells, Fourth street. Coflniau and Palmer report the sal" of a houso and lot for Mr. , Geoie Stievkcr to Mrs. August Palmer Cou aidcratlon $1-100. . Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Protsman Ml Monday foi Portsmouth, O., where they will bo tho guest of their daughter, Mrs. Fuller, for a few weeks. J. W. McCullum reports tho, rale of Capt. L. J. Cutter's property at S21 Second 3trcct to'Di. A. C. Flem ing, who will occupy it at once. Mr. William J. Yeager, of Balti moi o, Md., and Miss Minnie W, Gia na:n, of Central Station, W. Va., were, married by Rev. W. D. Cherington, at' the First M. E. parsonage, Satuulay evening Sept. 11th. "Under Two Flags" theatrical com pany passed through the city Monday on their way from Cambridge to Ath ens. The company carries thirteen people and while In Pittsburg had the mlBfortuno to lose all their scenery by fire but they still dccTureTMfc'tlvfty' ai'c not superstitious. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas Countv. ss. FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that ho Is the senior partne'r of tho firm, of V. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay tho sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every caso of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the use of Halls" Catarrh 'Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY, Sworn to before mo and subscribed In my presence, this Gth day of Decem ber, A. D. 188G. A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public. (Seal.) Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Inter nally and acts directly on tho blood and muc.uous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by DrtiKgists. 75c. Halls' Family Pills aro tho best. v Npw Gncc A cjaiii. - .. "Now Autumn comos with balmy dayq. Tho season thar'we lovo to praise; -When wo foiget three scoro and ten, i To dream of boyhood onco again. j Warned by tho changing of the sklo3, Tho blue-birds' slug their last good"- -byes; L,Vo hoar t.lto,cnllliig of the jay, and Robin Red Breast files away. .Now Golden Rftds nre all In bloonl, Tho nlr Is laden with perfume! And'Btnco tho summer days have lied, i Tho leaves aro turning yelldw, red. The festive chipmunk Is astir, Housed by a fallllng chestnut burr; We see the hill tops through a haze, And have our "Injun 3umnier" days. Now once again out hopes are high, 'Tls Autumn, time for Pumpkin ploj Though amply served we lay a plan, To call the-waiter back again; Yet wc hjive .only reached the dawn, Thanksgiving comc3 still later on; With Turkey-done just to a turn, A dish not e'en a king would spurn. Now onco again we heaVc a sigh 'Tis add, subtract and multiply; School days begin, "week nfter week. We "solve" and "parse," lead Latin. and Greek; Tho small boy nov t'ecretes n pin, And scarce can keep a holdln' In; While taller lads limp 'round hi pain; They play at football down the lane. Now once agin come lengthened nights, With all their list of glad delights; And round tho old familiar hearth, W6 iricet rtgnln In joyous mirth, Now fashion changes with the year, Tlio shlit waist man will disappear, And woman, bless her for all that, Will whisper of the winter hat. C. B. PATTERSON, Steel Run, O River News. I lltiufcunui oyer'nllnrvd In PtiEM. ESTATE FOR SALE At Jlt?kI!ottoiil Price! Ditnt't put (ilTlmjIiiK Bllltimn uiiiii i line"? i)uviinc', ..fitlin hlv.-. tullllirlllVi'HtmtlftH I lttnl Eslntn Nw (loiil)ln liotiio, JsaOU, nlrntily rftiitMl nt $21 iwr month. r roomed mnv liuuxo, llllll KIH. :ih. HHIJ.H urn. mri-juniJK coin for tl'-lK) oh Pimj pnjniontn. roomed HPY, CUrillT Ujl, Wtil KrilfHMI iv; lOSi lttnl Estn TttiihA nt. ! ltor mill Kin, oak llniuli nnil nyprjtliliijj lilttB for tiaxi on puns pnjmoiits. u r .AiIq,ii li.iiiun. nMv. roriifir lot. wml a .J..t l.a,i. ntwl nvitri tlltlll tirst clllHH. DIlllliMI fvrr. " "-.. ":...".:..., :...:. .. i v: :r &bil Jiouw ol room, wuit hjiu k iiimi Illjuyu Ki wnter, ,W0 on imhj luyinmitn. :i0i)ero rm vltli plouty of fruit ujiil liorrlns of nil (I ImlliltiiUK, iiloiily of Hi roinncu iii fkrm -with tilnl! lHtirlM. rttutrt ftihtnit. illi 't .hA.hm ,1 ...llnjlfvl...! ..Ihl f.lP AIMX). inoilerri libuwt, ctofm fmimliitlim. liirrfn lc)t, lAlHt ktlwit ami nlloy. WfoiM from car lino, ou ociilia unniit loriitlonii liniin rny uiui n i rau. I hi TP&Iilmicw for JTAKW. A Sw tiicmit lot , cm Mtarrcn utmnt) H ununrrt from cur lnt. Rood lo cntloirfcr flito rilduncii,Uill t-oll MW clicuii. An IMiuit 6 rnomid lldnxp on' tlio WiMt Bldn nbovo IiIkIi wnlor Tor I5I. I Imvo tlm cliolrnHt of vncimt lotic In nil tlio iiicu miburlii. mid Will KUnnintPe tlio lowunt prlcoK, Sovrl liroporllcjij to OJcluuiKB, If ou want to trndu, liny or mil uny kind of proiwrty .don'tfiill to hihi ml list. , I ran filrnWi you I'knctljr wlmljoii wantiuui miiko tlio tonus tomflt till' pockiitlmok . 1 nrm lamia of nil kind, mill city jiroiiorty c,i' uvnry dlncrlptlonInim?lttuitpWVXXK ; , Dentftr In Itoil Kntntn, Olllcn, Syronfl i troot opponlto Court Jfoiiw, J10TH PJIONK8. 1 ft t The Marietta Mfe, - Co,, corner iPtitnarh and Gilman Sts, "est Side, headquarters , for Iron and; forass castings, Bosslo Smith will leave at six a.m. for. Wheeling. Tho Valloy Bello will leavo for Gal llpolls at 8:30 a. m. Don't Forget This. There is no preparation equal to Hansen's Tar Honey. It will cufa a Cough or Cold when all other remedies havo failed. Bunseh's PlneTar'Cough Honey is tho only Cough remedy sold on a positive guaiautce. No Cure. No Pay. Price 25 and DO cents. For sale by tho Kirby Drug Company. (C) A Scientific Medicine. Bunsons'Plno Tar Cough Honey cuics all diseases of tho Throat And Lungs. That is why Hunsen's Fine Tar Cough Honey cures Coughs, Colds, Whooping Coughs and Consumption. Bunscns fine Tar Cough Honey curs, Invariably and finely. It has never failed yet. , For salo by the Klrby Drug Company. (C) Will not Speak. ' i 1 i -r Ic'Ki.il : PhTO Opened at From 3 to 5 Points Hlger than Friday. Bi Associated Press. f ,'No.W York, Sopf1. 1C There was a rampant bull stock market on the first da'y.of trailing following the death of 'tho Piesldent. The day's events Bconied to domonstiatV a strong under lying' confidence In tho future busi ness and the continuance of tho coun try's prosperity. Powerful mnnipu jatlon' avowedly linl its part In tho day's rise in prlce3, especially In the oijonlng, which was designed to In tinladato tllb speculative bear element. Not 6nly hail it that effect but it caused a scramble to cover on thd. part of uncoveied shorts. There also was an abutincut of order to buy at prices below the maiket. Tho opening wns fiom 3 to 5 points higher than on Friday afternoon. There were many icallzing move- ments during tho day but the absorp tive power of buying proved equal to all tiicso and with a steady uplift or tiadlng closed active and firm at a boiit tho top level of the day. Except the speculative Issues, which wclc active, the price movement In l all load bonds was not largo. U. S. New 1'3 advanced 1 per cent. 63S3S3SS I FREE ENTER 81k (MO s n m Tour P 8 fRIlifi For yourself nnd friends is made easy by tlj; use of .......... The most wonderful talking machine ever invented, hich more powerful and durable, and costs less than other machines. Kecords indestructible. Hundreds visit our store to hear it. You will.be made welcome, too. -This is a good time to mi . mm GOLDMAN, TOLEDO MARKETS By. Associated Pi ess. Toledo Wheat 72. 20ats 88!.. Rye 52, $5.S7'. Corn 57J&. Clover Seed bTOCK MARKETS. ' Reported Daily by C. R. Richardson, Broker, Ino. 177 Front Street. The Queen of Anarchists, Con. fessiny to Conspiracy. Emma Goldman, the anarchist queen, confessing to conspliacy and inmllcntlns!: all those who had any- tiunc to do with it. would make it' an easy job for the detectives and police. And just t,u In your case. If you have your eyo3 piopeily fitted so a3 to rollovc you entirely of any headache, nervousness, blurring vis ion, with uinning together, etc, etc., you have no Idea how much easier and how much more pleasantly iyau can do twice an much business. and not got half so died. H. P. Lorbach, Scientific Optician, will be at the Norwood Hotel, room 23, until Saturday Sept. 21. Consultation and examination free. Mr. Lorbach coitalnly understands' his business and fioni,the amounUof work ho Is doing here It shows thai tho people of Marietta certainly op procloteia man of tho kind. , "Hav ing fitted hundieds of our people on liis foimer trip to our city." Yes t,erday was a very busy day for him, moie people having called at the of flqp than in any day before. Office I101113, 8;30 to 11:30 A. M. 1:30 to V. ,,0 P. M., standard time. 'Phone for appointments. Dan Spangler, operator at tho B. & O. freight, says: , Marietta, O., Sept. 3, 1901. This la to ceitlfy that on April 11, liJOl, 1 had severe eye trouble, a cur tain sometimes seemed to bo pulled down over tho sight of my loft eye, which for tho time being would des troy tho sight of ,lt. I went to Dr. H. P. Lorbach, scientific optician, at tho, Norwood Hotel, and after a most thorough examination of my eye found that I had .detachment of the ictina, a piece of which having brok en loose, was floating in tho vlreous hunior; causing the curtain effect, and was duo to soveio use 1 had subjected my eyes to without glasses. As I had a 'Very high degreo of myopic astigmatism, which ho corrected by thoi proper glasses, which I have worn almost constantly sinea and have giv en mo onUvo relief and perfect satis faction. I certainly can recommend tho doctor to any one needing a com petent man in his profession. ' " ' T)AN SPANGLER 0. Atch TV. Atcli. Pr. . .Uli'3 So. Ry 31 So. Ry. Pr. .JY'm L. k N.. ..1U2 itt. G. 1st. ..75'A RG 41 U. W. 2J G. E 2U2 ,U. f 'JG U. P. Pr. .. .8S4 N.t Y. ( . .lol C.-C..C. ...Ul'j C. C. U. ...J1Vj Wet. Tr. . .Iu2 Wall. Pr. . . 38'a P. it. S. ...10 II. B. C. . ..15 R. is. C. Pr. G5 D. & H. ...1(!2 Pa. ., 141 Alt. 1 37M 111. .,....144 no 11 .Eii-Lsi .... 'Jj ErftTMrc JM. 57'i ToxfV '.. . .42 Pr 4li .102 ..31 .117 ..GS .103 ICO -140 G1V. 32 ....19 ...10S ....23Vi . . .129 . .'..02 VI ....101 .94 .43 On nccount of tho death of President McKlnloy and with duo respect to tho , memory of tho Chief ExecutlVo of tho Nation, Hon. Oliver W. Stewait, Na tional Chairman of the Prohibition Party bus cancelled his dates in Ohio for this wcok and will riot speak at .he Fair Giounds on Wednesday. Creditor's Meeiliifj. A meeting of the creditors of E. G. Brlgham was held at tho office of Ma jor Jcwett Palmer la tho St. Clali building, Mr. Ed. Erdmnn, book keeper for tho Unlley Grocory Company which in ono of tho heaviest crbditoiB; Was clios.cn trustep. His bond wai fixed at ?ff,000, vRH .1 M. Hurpr nuili B. F. Strcckers bondemon) "J. M",' Harper, Goorgo Worm) and Chnilea Wcbor were selected as npprfl'lsora, Political Hysterics. Most Lamcntablci Comedy Is tho title of a powerful novelette by Mr. Will iam Allen White, which begins in the fJtplcrr.bcr 21 issuo of tho Saturday Evening Post, of Philadelphia. This absorbing, serial is a study of politi cal' hyoterios tho story of a State gpno jiitfdi Tho scene of tho novel ette.1 (a tf'Westf'rn Stato laboring under tlio Inn dona of a panlo ycat. The cciitrai nsmo Is a grocciy btoro dema gogue, w'hoso harebrained oratory captures tho State convention. The story rises to a height of dramatic povcr and Intensity ra,rcly equalled In 'tho "notion of the day. Elks to Observe Memorial. At a meeting of tho Executive Com mlttco of tho Elks' Reunion drid Cnr nlvaf It was dcchled to observo Thurs day, Sept. 19, tho day of President Mc Klnlcy's funoral by not having nny performance at tho Carnival Thursday aUernoon.' ' ' Tho resolution is signed by: W. fl.' Galtreo, J. K. D. Shaffer. G. L, Gatell, II. F. Cm its, P.' E. Clark', li S. AUerman, K. Frank Gates aLd J. H. King, per Edw. Flck, General Manneh , . 1 vr . Marriage Licenses. Ai thin' A. Hendrlclvson, bollenrin'k er, of IlblpliJ, and Miss Bello Wright, of Belprc. ' RcV. ' Wm. Vwlnbijll (nnmcll 'to omolattf Wllbcrt C. Callahan, tooldressor, of Watron lownship: and Miss Ada Lumpkin, of Warron township. Rev, WdIi King named, to officiate, A. L Mo. Pno. W. u; . Man. . . n. it. T. N. W. . St. Paul. R. 1 So. '. ... O. w. . Lead. . P. O. M. C. . Sugar. T. C. I U. &.O. B. &. O. Pr. u. s.s. . . U. S. S. Pr.94 Leather . . .12 Leatlier. Pr . 79 j4 A. N. C. ...45 A. 1 S. P. C. P. A. C. C. it Nor. C. F. A. R. I. P. , ...29 ...5G ..110 ..109 ..44 ...B3H ...97 ...45 ....21 H. 7G 90 i 3 St I0J . .'7G U 21 'a 88 Vj J-w 9-. 97 IU3 40 11 15 07 1G3 115 39 n42 42 70 'A 574 42 lb 103 92 'j 119 h GS 19 J 101'A 111 03'. 33 19 109 24 130 03 101 91 41 11 91 12 81 Vi V4 29 58 110 109 4R 54ij 99 4G "Hx-Rts 1 percent. L. 71 96 31 'A ShYi 101-i - 7o'A 10 2i'., '2.y.)s in; I'll 94 102 38-A 40 13 G5 101 143 37 141 41 G9V1 50 42 40 100 Vi 91 llfi 05 193 157 138 01 32 19 107 23 128 Gl 100 91 43 93 12 79 44 29 5G 109 107 41 53 97 45 24 ? And put in first-class condition. This Iini been a hard sumnlcr on pinncH, and unless yours has already Iincl attention, its joints lire stilT, nnd its voieo harsh and "rattly." Try it and bco, tlien call us up by either phono No, 71. We Have lots of FINE PIANOS. Always Keep them. COME AND Stl: ' s EVEnSORfiAN-& PIANOCO ST. CLAIR BUILDlNiG. Both phones J4J. P. O. box 453 W9 JIWC c. 75 90V. 87')c 102 V. 7t. 40 'i 2G0 A J Jo.". 97 97 103 39 11 U'M 07 lb2 144 38 144 42 "it)', 57' 42 48 103 119 00 193 1G1V4 111 G3 33 19 109 21 130 03 100 94 44 91 12 81 45 29 58 110 109 40 bi 98 40 25 LICENSED BROKER 1 177 FronJt street, Marietta, Ohio Representing BANKERS AND BROKERS, 66' Broadway, New York NEW YORK PRODUCE EXCHANGE. Combination Orders. 4 Ono of our specialties in mining stocks is Combination ordurs. Tho pur chaser dividing his investment .among tho several mining companies wo handle, ns, by so doing, wo can, in most cases, ellcct a saving of 10 per cent, on cost of stocks sepsratelj-. By this method the maximum orproflt is secured, and there can be no possibility of loss on acombinatlon of well selected mining stocks In WQrklng properties. Full information for tho asking. C, R.. RICHARDSON. Toledo, Ohio. vjvj Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacturers of and dealers in Oil and Gas Well Supplies, Boilers, Engines, Cordage and Pipe. Branch stores in all oil fields. '' iLong Distance 'Phone 237. NO. 134 SECOND STREET, MARIETTA, OHIO. Wheat, Dec. Wheat. May . Corn, Dec. . . Corn, May... O. .70 .79 ..G2 ..03 H. 70 79 62 03 L 75 79 02 G3 C. 70 79 02 03 VISIBLE SUPPLY. Wheat. Increase .. ..2,132,000 bushels Corn, Decrease .: Oats, Increase . 021.000 bushels .1,0971000 luisheH Catarrh! Catarrh! Catarrh. All diugglsts are authorized by the manufacturers of Bunscns' Cream Ca tarrhal to refund the money If It falls to euro anyi case of Nasal Catarrh, Ca tarrhal Doafnesa or Catarrh of the Head, no matter of how long'Stnndln2 Ono application civoi' case' and rest. Contains no mercury or other Injurious drug. JJunscn's Cream Catarrhal Is a now discovery and is the only Catarrh remedy sold on a positive guarantee. No Cure, No pay. Price 50 cents. For snje by, the Klrby Dnug Company. (C) ' POPULAR RATE Excursion to Wheeling, Sun day Sept. 22, via. 0. R. R. ' 1 SVnday, Sept. 22nd', the Ohio Rlci Raiiroaii will lun-a. popular ralo, ex cursion from .Pa'korsburB and Inter mediate points -to Wheeling, account of 1 encampment of tho West Virginia National Guards. Special train will be run, leaving Willlamstown 7:5(1 a.m., arrive nt Wheeling 11:00 'a.m. Returning . special train will leave Wheeling 7;30,- p.nu Rates fiom Wlllam&town $1.50 aud eorrcspondlng .ly low -'hues from other stations. ITlckets Will bo good going from illa tions named atoVo, call on your near est Ticket Agent Mormon, missionaries report that thoy are making 'many con veils in Germany, If you have sour stomach, Indigestion biliousness, constipation, nf fereath, dizziness, inactive liver, heortburs, hidnsy troubles, backache, loC Uf appetite, insomnia, lech of energy, bad blood, blotched or muddy sld, or any symptoms and diccrdert which tell the otcry cf bad bowels and an impaired digestive ayctem, loixnltoln Will Curo You. - , 1 It will clean out he bowels, ptimulat? the liver end kidneys, strengthen the mucous membranes of the ctomcch, purify ycur blood and put you 'qn your feet" again. Your nppetijte wdl return, your bowels move regut latly, your liver and kidneys ccaso to trouble you, your akin will clear and freshen and you will feci the old tlm'g energy and buoyancy. Mothers ecolilnc tlio propor incillcliio to glvo their llttta onoH for constipation, diarrhea, collo and Blmllar truUljlci),-vlll lliid I-rnl?o'.a an Ideal mcdlclno (or clilldrcn. It keeps tliolr bpwols regular without pnln or ijriplni;, ait j as a general tonlo, tuulsts naturo, alda digestion, rollovca rcntloaeuc, clcnri tho coated tpiiguo, rrducos fovor, en, ua jpj" u ncarty. jr unuarcn cauooa rcf rcahlng, restful olocfp an J jhakoaLtlicjn v UkjWatid tisl'.ftfit;x 1 ' "''' 1- r-! -. For Sale hj W. H. ST5TER. IjmiIioIj Is nbt oflly ttie most cdlcicnt i( family remctdici, hut ho moat rcoiomi.al, b'couio It con. Uf e two mnllcliun, vli i limtlve ml mule, nnd it ono price, Tin, or Kc At IruccliU bend (or (re HER1?. ' T.,,e LAXAKOLA CO , lid Na;au Slreet, N. V., and mrntlon. lb. Dim. o( your druirlst. . " tSr Vs t'u P"" o i"y ddrep on receipt of COc. In ttampj or nt note, U clutzti trcoud.a IKf, I cMnlly i bottlo of iWoli, MflirlcpHo ll (or ons tin,.. ' "' I " '" c??. "it- 4' ' .in ve . 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