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“THAT TERROR ot MOTHERS.”
How it was overcome by a Nova 5cotian mother , ’ Who is well known as an author. Of alt the evils that attack children C. J. Wooldridge. Wortham, Tea., write*! ol her is more dreaded than "One of ray children had croup. One The dinJir u comes in ,he B ‘8 ht - night I was startled by the child* hard •iwM.mii ■ so Krta ’ The climax im *o breathing, and on going to it found it nicktem / Jr, 1,0 that Mrs. W. J. strangling. It had near ly ceased to breathe. .. c. ,U 7 i cn, wn under her pen Having a part of a bottle of Dr. Ayer's ■” “ f r ° I Stanford hveleth,”) calls it “ the Cherry Pectoral in the house. I gave the mothers. ’ Nor is it any wonder child three doses, at short intervals, and 5 in terms of praise and anxiously waited results. From the mo fnnnH Wai t! I the relief which she has ment the Pectoral was given the child'* Inr h.. ,S;n. 0m . • < wn anaietie*. and breathing grew easier, and in a short time A*»r'f r rfc ” re n ' ailment*, in Dr. J. C. it mbs sleeping quietly and breathing nat ajer * v.nerry I ectoral. urally- The child is alive and well to-day, .i .. . and I do not hesitate to say that Ayer"* nr ‘ Tec *} 1 ‘he fine when cherry Pectoral saved its life."-C. J. " L] y e 'V Sectoral was not u»ed in Woold*idoe. Wortham Tex. our lamily, lor throat and lung troubles. That terror of mothers —the startling. These statements mnlce argument in croupy cough—never alarmed me. so long favor of this remedy unnecessary. It ia •» I had n bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a family medicine that no home should be in the house to supplement the hot-water without. It is just as efficacious in bron bath. When suffering with whooping chitis, asthma, whooping cough, and all ceugh, tn its worst form, and articulation other varieties of coughs, ns it is in croup, was impossible on account of the choking. To put it within everyone's reach, Dr. my children would point and gesticulate Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is now put up in toward the bottle; for experience had half sire bottles, at half price— «,o rents, taught them that relief was iti its con- Send for Ayer’s Curebook (free) and rerd tents.”—Mrs w. J Dickson ("Stanford of other cures effected by Dr. Ayer'* Eveleth" author of "Romance of the Cherry Pectoral. Address the J. C. Ayer Provinces.” Truro. N. 8. Co.. Lowell, Mass. Denounces all Religions. One of the most remarkable wills. ever filed in the office of the surrogate of New York is that of Henry More house Taber. In spite of tin* fact that Mr. Talier was president and treasurer i of the hoard of trustees of the First Presbyterian Church, in tlie opening | clause of his will lie denounces all re ligion as sham and as having its origin In superstition. He requests that no services he held over his body and that It be cremated. Mr. Taber died Christ- | mas eve, at the age of T.'t years. Two children. Sidney Richmond Taber and Mary Taber, survive the testator, and ; to them the entire estate, valued at I over $1,000,000, is given absolutely. FOR THIRTY DAYS. A Liberal Offer to Sufferer* of Rheu matism and Other DDease*. "6 Drops" is a remedy for rheuma tism, neuralgia, catarrh, la grippe and kindred ailments. The manufacturers | of “5 Drops" have many letters from those restored to health by the use of their remedy, of which the following Is a sample: Buena Vista, Ore. September 21, 1897. ! Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co., Chi- 1 cago, 111. Dear Sirs—Your medicine has cured ' both mvßelf and wife of our rheuma- 1 tism, and we wish to express our grat itude for the relief wo have obtained through your never-failing remedy. 1 cannot And words loud enough to praise your “5 Drops,” and you are at liberty to use my name in connection with your advertisement to those that are sufferers. Yours respectfully, WM. WELLS. Daring the next thirty days the com pany will send out 100,000 of their sam ple bottles for 25 cents a - bottle. They do this to allow sufferers to try the remedy. From the past they know that one of their sample bottles will con vince one of the merits of "5 Drops.** Large bottle. 300 doses, sl, and also for the next 30 days 3 bottles for *2.50. Write to-day to the* Swanson Rheu matic Cure Co.. 107 Dearborn street. Chicago. Til. This rompanv is reliable and promptly fill every order. Moodj on Sunday Labor. “There are one or two principles which apply directly to the frequent difficulties which meet tin* Christian young man.” writes Dwight L. Moody of “A Young Man’s Religious Life” in the January Ladies’ Home Journal. “In Sunday labor there is a certain amount of work that must he done on Sunday, both for the needs and health of a community. But in necessary work It should be dispatched as quick ly as possible, and not lie used as an •xcuse for unnecessary work. “When tin* Lord ordained a day of rest it was for man’s best interests, physically, mentally and spiritually, and any man who barters the day of rest to gratify the selfish interests of another is always the loser. Man needs for the welfare of his soul, as well as his body, at least one day In seven to devote to its special needs. I know, from personal experience, that no man can work seven days in the week, not even in religious work, and do the best work he is capable of, either for Hod or man. And I have no right to take from my neighbor what I prize myself.” FAR HER'3 HANDY FEED COOKER. We desire to call our readers’ atten tion to the Farmer’s Handy Feed Cooker, which is sold at the low price of $12.50 for 50 gallon capacity. By feeding poultry and stock with cooked food during the winter months, at leaat one-third of the food is saved; also having stock in a healthy condi tion, preventing hog cholera among your hogs, and insuring the hens lay ing freely during the winter months when eggs are always wanted at high prlcea. Thia Cooker will pay for Itself In one week’s time and is without doubt the best and cheapest on the i market—just what Its name Implies, a ] Farmer’s Handy Feed Cooker. Upon | application to the Empire Manufactnr- j Ing Co., $l5 H street, Quincy. 111., a cat- | alogue, giving a full description, may be obtained. They are made in all slses. “A mao froze to death In Boa ton laat i week.” “He mast btve made a proposal of marriage to a Wellesley glrL” J Gold Exists In Labrador. j Reprosent;itivt's of u Cnnmlinn ami American company, who visited Lab rador for the purpose of erecting saw mills, report that that country contains deposits of gold of great richness and is destined to become a great mining ! country. There exists strong evidence that gold is to Im* obtained in quanti ties equaled only by the deposits of the Klondike. In fact, is is asserted that tile deposits in Labrador are on the same range ns those on tin* Klondike., Preliminary arrangements for a goltl • seeking expedition, which is to start j by vessel in the spring, have already I been made. HOSTETTER CO. WINS A CASE. Infringements on Their lilttera Not Toler ated by United States Court. The United States circuit court for the southern district of New York, Judge Townsend presiding, handed down an opinion December 23, 1897, | granting inVinction and accounting, in , the suit of The Hostetler Company against Isaac Sommers and Louis Jo seph, for infringement of its trade mark. The Jurist states, in bold and clear language, the rights accruing to : the Hoßtetter Company, aud the liabil i ity incurred by all who would rob i them, by fraud or misrepresentation, jof the well-earned reputation and : profits of a business built up by the efforts of half a century. The Juige says, in part: "The complainant is entitled to pro tection against the appropriation of Its trade mark, by any and all unfair and dishonorable means, and a court of equity has power to grant such protec tion whenever it is satisfied that an attempt has been made by Ingenious subterfuges, to invade the rights of an owner of a trade mark. • • • In the sharp contest between the Individ ual manufacturer, who strives to ac quire and retain the fruits of Indus try and honesty, and the field of keen rivals, seeking to wrest from him the prise of the public good-will, the In ventive ingenuity of the infringer has conceived a great variety of devices for evading the established rules of fair dealing. • • • Courts of equity finding that their ultimate object and effect were to enable and induce the retail seller of a fraudulent imitation to palm It off on an unsuspecting pub lic for the genuine article, and thus to contribute to the infringement upon the rights of the original owner, have not hesitated to apply the remedy.” AN OPEN LETTER TO MOTHERS, Wri are asserting In the courts our right to the exclusive use of the word "('ASTORIA," and "PITCHER’S (’ASTORIA, us our Trade Mark. I, Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyannis, Massachu setts. was the originator of “PITCHER’S CAS TORIA," the same that has borne and docs now bear the fac-similc signature of CHAS. H. FLETCHER on every wrapper. This is the original PITCHER S CASTORIA" which has been used in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty years. Look carefully at the wrapper and see that il is "the kind you have always bought.'' and has the signature of CHAS. H. FI.ETCHER on the Wrapper. No one has authority from me to use my name except The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is President. March 8. 18R7. SAMUEL PITCHER. M. D. A Pension Freak. In connection with the agitation for pen sion reform the experience of Henry C. Bell of Illinois, deputy commissioner of pensions during tin- lust administration, is revived. Shortly after the Inauguration and ap pointment of Mr. Bell lie addressed a letter to the commissioner stating that after care ful reflection he had concluded that he could not any longer conscientiously accept a pension of $11! a month, which had been ? ranted him for a “total disability." there ore he returned his certificate and asked that his name" in- stricken from the roll. His request was compiled with. Mr. Bell got n freat deal of advertising In the newspapers , or bis honesty and patriotism, and for four years thereafter was able to draw n salary of $;<00 a mouth as deputy commissioner. Just before the Inauguration of President McKinley last spring. Mr. Bell had a re lapse. and became again "totally disabled," whereupon lie took steps not only to have his nume restored to the pension rolls, but drew In a lump n hack pension of *l2 for every month or tin* four years that he wai In office—ss76.—Chicago Record. Destructive Storms Along the Coast. Reports of maritime disasters along tbs coast come In thick and fast. People who “go down to the sea In ships” should bear in mind one thing in particular, namely, that It ia highly desirable to take along a supply of Hostettcr's Stomach Bitters as a remedy for sea sickness. Nausea, nervousness and kidney trouble, all succumb to Its beneficent and speedy action. “I used to have a great relish for prac tical Jokes." “Don't you still enjoy them?” “No; uot since I'm married.” Beauty Is lllood Deep- Clean blood means a clean skin. No beauty without it. < 'ascarata,Candy Cathar tic cleans voar b'ood and keens it cioan.by stirring up the lazy liver and driving ail im- Eurities from the body. Begin to-day to nnlsh pimple*, boils, blotches,blackheads, and that sicklv bilious complexion by taking j Casrarets, beauty for ten cents. All drug i arista, eatisfaction ‘guaranteed. 10c,95c, Boc. I “I know why we always do the things we ! oughtn't to do.” “Why is It?” "Because we are so used to doing them.” TO CURB A COLD IN DUE OAT. Take Laxative Hrotna Quinine Tablets. AD Druggists refund the money if it fails locure. Bo “The pcautit crop this year is only 3.000.- I 000 bushels." “Nonsense: our office boy J bae eaten that many himself." LONDON SLUMS. n»« Beat Collector and tha Difficulties ■a Encounter* Thera. Slum property apparently has its lrawbaclu, though it is generally re garded as the most profitable, for moat >f the owners do not as a rule allow iuch trifles as repairs to reduce the tmount of the rents, says Pearson’a Weekly. “This work is breaking up aiy nervous system,” said a man who ias been collecting rents for yeara la tome of the worst slums. "I am really beginning to feel that I shall meet my ieath at It. Much ill-feeling of which l am the victim is engendered between landlord and tenant over the question 3f repairs. It does not pay to be al ways ' repairing such broken-down property, though of course repairs are Always being asked for, and some peo ple have a decidedly unpleasant man ner of trying to impress on me the necessity for such. They are continu ally alluring me into all sorts of un desirable traps. I nearly broke my neck once by walking up a dark stair case in which a few boards were brok en and loose and the woman who had asked me to walk up told me to get my master to have It mended. If there Is a dark, rickety staircase without a banister I am sure to be asked to walk up It, and on one occasion I was nearly frightened out of my wits by my head coming in contact with some hanging paper and plaster which had fallen from a passage celling and was suspended by a very meager sup port. In addition to all this the ten ants, when they hear I am about, put pails of water and broom handles in the dark passages I may traverse, be side making other preparations for be stowing similar delicate attentions on me. Only recently a woman asked me to come and look at the awful state of repair of one of her rooms. She took me to a large cupboard and opened it and the corpse of a man tumbled into the room. It was only her poor, dead husband, she said, whom she had stow ed there for convenience till the coffin arrived. Of course she had put him there only to give me a pleasant little surprise and she was so successful that a doctor advised me to lay up for a week. Sometimes a brick or two will be aimed at my head without my be ing able to discover whence it came, and I have just had an interview with a man who showed me a broken win dow through which he had shoved his wife's head backward and forward by way of chastisement, and he expressed what exquisite delight he would take in doing the same thing to me if the window was not soon mended. All this Is quite apart from the trouble I have in obtaining money.” WHAT 18 TRIPLE EXTRACT? Eh# Process by Which the Odor of Flowers Is Obtained. Philadelphia Times: Flowers that are to be used in the manufacture of perfumes are always gathered at night fall, or quite early in the morning, when the dew is upon them. Before they are gathered, however, recepta cles are prepared for them in the shape of large frames, over which are stretched cotton cloths well saturated with olive oil or almond oil. The cut flowers are brought In, and are thick ly spread on a frame; then another frame is fitted over it, and that, in turn, is well spread with flowers; then a third frame is fitted over the second spread of flowers, and thus the work goes on, until a huge pile of flowers is prepared. This flower-heap is left for two days; i at the end of which time the flowers J are removed from the frames and re placed by fresh ones. The frames are filled and emptied every two days un til two weeks have passed. Then the cloths are detached from the frames, and placed under great pressure, and all the oil is pressed out of them. The oil thus obtained is heavily charged : with the fragrance of the flowers, and it is mixed with double its weight of very pure rectified spirit, and put in a vessel called a “digester,” which is I simply a porcelain, or block-tin, kot- | tie that fits another kettle. When In use, the outer vessel is filled with boil- ! ing water. In this vessel the mixture of oil and spirits "digests” for three or four days: then, after having cooled, the spirit is decanted into another vessel, hold ing the same quantity of fragrant oil. and the digesting process is repeated. After being thus digested three times, the spirit is found to have taken up ! enough of the perfume, and (t.is then j decanted from the oil for the third and j last time through a tube, one end of i which is filled with cotton-wool to '■ serve as a filter. The fluid thus pre pared is called “triple extract.” Electricity and Faith for Wait*. Faith healers may find much com fort in the reported experience of a ( French physician, Dr. Delineau, who | informs his professional brethren that j a lady came to consult him the other ! day whose hands were covered with warts. More to please her than from any hope of success, he applied elec tricity to one or two of these ex crescences, and in a few minutes, to his utter surprise, saw the entire crop disappear. The suggestion, and not the treatment, he fully believed, had wrought the miracle. Dr. Bernhelm goes a step further, and assorts that the phenomena of hypnotism may be explained on the same principle. No change in the physical or mental state of the patient is produced by the hyp notic mesmeric, magnetic, or electro biological processes to which he is subjected. They merely serve to call into play that property of the mind which he calls “suggestibility,” a prop erty, however, not possessed by all la » like $ agree. IN THE “ELITE” PENSION LIST. Hemes of the Veteran* That Draw the Biggest Money. Tribune: If there is anything which stirs up the old soldiers it is con templation of the secret list of "elite penaioii'Ts,” which Is the title gener ally ffi 'on to those fortunate persons who draw from a grateful country the sum of 850 or upwards. Commissioner JO vans, report, just is sued. shows that there were 1)10,014 pensioners on the rolls June 30, 1807. The appropriation for the fiscal year was sl-10.000,000, but the payments ex ceeded this by nearly s’-*.000,000. The report shows that the average annual value of each pension was only $123. vhich means that the immense appropriation, if evenly divided, would have given each pensioner between sll and $1- per month. The common soldiers have grumbled against the favorites, who, they say, generally do not need the money. It always has been charged that in the list of tensions paying SSO per month and over would he found the greatest frauds. These fists have always been kept secret, and applications for their pub lication have invariably boon refused. The facts were open to all. hut the names w.-re considered as confidential In the pension department. The •eport shows that there are on | the roll* .".000 pensioners who draw SSO per mouth or over. They drew on the annual pension appropriation to the ex tent of $3.0“ 1,048. There are 077 at SSO monthly, 0 at SOO. “sxi at $72. 12 at $75. 57 at SIOO. Thou there are four widows of generals who each draw $2,000 a year, and two with an annual pension of $5.000. BAD DIGESTION, BAD HEART. Poor digestion often causes irregularity of the heart's action This irregularity may be mistaken for real, organic heart discus*,. The symptoms are much thesame. There is however a vast difference between the two: organic heart di-ease is often in curable; appareut heart di-ouse is curablo if good digestion bo restored. A case in point is quoted from tlio New Em. of lireonsburg, lnd. Mrs. Kllon Col son), Newpoint. lnd.. a woman forty-three years old. hud suffered for four years with distressing stomach trouble. The gases generated bv the indigestion pressed on the eart, and caused an irregularity of its ac tion. Site had much pain in her stomach and heart, aud was subject to frequent and severe choking spells which were most sever** at night. Doctors wore tried in vain; the patient liphihim worse, despond ent, aud feared impending death. She was much frightened but noticed that In intervals iu which her stomach did not annoy her, her heart 's notion became nor mal. Reasoning correctly that her diges tton wm alone at fault she procured the pepper medicine to treat that trouble aud with immediate good results. Her appetite came back, the choking spells became less frsquent and finally ceased. Her weight, which had been greatlv reduced was re stored and she now weighs more than for rear*. Her I flood soon became pure and her cheeks rosy. The case is of general interest because the disease is a very common one. That other* may know the means of cure we give the name of the medicine used Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale People. These pills contain all the elements necessary to give new life and richness to the blood aud restore shattered nerves. ‘•Did Dr. High roller do you any go.*l?” , “Yes; I wns going along ail right until to* I sent in his bill." STILL THERE IS MONEY IN IT. | Carl Vollen sold $350 of Salzer’s Cab | bage. Labor, seed, rent and all did not I cost him SSO, profit S3OO. You can beat that and make lots of money on Early Radishes, Peas, Lettuce, Mushrooms Onions, Sweet Corn, Tomatoes. Pota toes, etc. Salzer warrants his seeds the earliest in the world. Potatoes only $1.60 per barrel. Millions of Raspber ries, Cherries, Apples and small fruits. Catalogue tells all about them. Read till* Notice with 14c. Stamp* I* John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wiß., and get free their big Plant and Seed Catalogue and 10 packages vege- ; table and flower seeds, novelties worth , table and flower novelties wortli SI.OO. w.n.g. “Are you going to turn over a in w leaf 1 January latV ’ "If there are any more :• ft.” Mr*. Winslow’* Soot tilng Syrup For children teethlng.itofU-iiM the guiii'.rrdii. • ' Mum nation .allay* pain, cures wind colic. 25 rents u hotel*. “What makes all men slum Miss Hack hay? Bhe's not had looking.” “No; but she la ao terribly well informed." Star Tobacco Is the lending brand of I the world, because it is the best. 1 “Do you have strict discipline in your of | tics?” “Yes; nobody dares to laugh unless | ths boas does." To Care Constipation Forever. Take Cascarets Candv Cathartic. 10c or Be. IfCCC. fail to cure, druggists refund money. “What I* that dreadful crowd Inshle *>f , I that shop?" ‘‘Those are the women who —o—oo ■—■—— —— 1 —- 1 JUST AS CERTAIN TO CURE l |Jal Soreness ■< Stiffness \ UWlth ST. JACOBS OIL m da, comes after night. f CATHARTIC A CURE CONSTIPATION a* all Xc 50c DRUGGISTS _ GRANDMOTHERS. wr tho Laws of Nature and Obey Live to Green Old Age. in Say* When We Violate Nature’* Laws dshment I* Pain—lf We Continue Neglect the Warning We Die. has allotted us each at least seventy ars in which to fulfill our mission in e, and it is generally our own fault if Nervous* exhaustion invites disease. break out into’perspirations easily, and your face flushes, ami you grow excited and shaky at the least provoca- * up woman's nervous system and re store woman’s health, we know of no better or more inspiring medicine than Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound. Your ailment taken in time can be thrown off, if neglected it will run on into great suffering and pain. Here is an illustration. Mrs. Lucv Goodwin, Holly, \V. Yu., says: “ I suffered with nervous prostration, faintness, all-gone feeling and palpi tation of the heart. I could not stand but a few moments at a time without having that terrible bearing-down sensation. *' When I commenced taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I only weighed 108 pounds, and could not sit up half a day; before, however. I had used a whole bottle, I was able to be about. I took in all about three bot tles of the Compound, and am entirely cured; now I weigh 131 pounds aud feel like a new woman, stronger and better than ever in my life." So it transpires that because of the virtues of Mrs. Pinkham’s wonderful Compound, even a very sick woman can be cured and live to a green obi age. “What <1 • voii do when v.nt get drowsy In tli** office?" "I nover g.-i .10. w.-v in the of | 11. !■; I get drowsy In the evenings when my | wife rends to me.” j Don’t Tobacco Sp t and Smoke Your Lilo Away To quit tobiu i•• .i- \ and forever, bo mag -1 nrin-, full «.r life, nerve and vigor, take No-To l a the w.iii.n i -ac.ii.ei-. that ;nai.< - weak men \ 11. ;• gnaran ' teed. 80..ka : an.l -ample free. Address , Sterling Remedy Co.. Chico: .. or New York. | "When inv wife get* :i cold I enn euro it In a day.” “W ' it d<> you glvi her?” “Noth i’l simp! • -,.\ If sic i- well l.y night I , will take her t<> the theater.” ' FITS Permanently! und. Boflta ornerrouan***after I tir-f .1 1> - .1 ..I Pi. Klim- * t.i.al X. Restorer. >•.11 1 r Fit KH •» Mill trill! 1... 11!. ,u.d treatise. ! Pi K. II hi im I t ; . mi An n St. Philadelphia. I’a. "You nrn a poof, hut why don’t you got v >ur li.-iir mu :" "In the name of the Sacred I you 1 my < hlldren of I believe l*i- .'s « nre i- '.he only medicine ' . M. Roe*. \Vi poi Pa '-v 12. 1805. "What would you do if von had only ten cents in the world. Kitty7" "I would buy. . aranu la with il to raise mj spirits.” ! Smoko Sledge Cigarettes, 20 for Sets. ] •Whet ■ town, do you : : <-riti !-■ tin- t• i• 1« ■ V "No ■ takes all m.v 1 time to abuse tht clln I Nn-To-llac for Fifty Cent*. ..... habit cure male s weak men strong, blood pure. fAtc. #l. All druggists. ; “Aetuallv, tnv feet feel as If they were I made of I. .-." "IH<>w .\t ravngnnt." ONC ENJOYS Both the method and results when 1 Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tlie most healtbyand agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to ail and have made it the most I popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 I cent bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. * Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. LOUISVILLE, Kr. NEW YORK, M.Y. «CURE YOURSELF! Fee itig « f.-r unnatural liet-harge*, in (lamination*, rritiiti. il- or ulceration* I'ainlcsH, mi l not astria . ” r poißoncu*. Kold by I'ranMl, ..r *<-nt In plain wrapper, 1 v i-jpr.K, prepaii). for f! <•'. or :i |2.75. t'irrulnr e*nt ou request, Denver Directory. HAl\’N I£SS. free. All goods stumped. FRED 'l' l 1 I*F.U. 1413 Larimer Street. Denver. Colorado. GOODS SENT FOR EXAMINATION TENT I La AN ° AWN,NG co ’ I STATE ORE W»”. SEALS.RUBBER STAMPS,; ■ Works \ M'fg to. IM- I. .«•.•• •• -• !' " !»••* •> ri niHQTO ' "‘-fax A' !'- floral < *. iLUnlolO 02H I'.th St I>l. I an. ' i reel) houses Cor. Colfax and York St*.. Denver OXFORD HOTEL V I Onus. Popular I'r.. . - KA I ‘I‘I.KR A MORSE MUSICAL , I r eo list tree. I. Itn--t.ee' eiw A < k '• •, ■!. ■ It AND ; . : <i. K. ADY, IfcM I'.'th Street. Send for Prior- DK. V. J. SCIITT, I moil Block, OpjHJStte P. <>. EYE, JAR, NOSE AND THROAT. SEWINC MACHINES SS.! Warranted live i ears. \\ rile for purl u- Pen vur Sewing .Machine Co.. IKIM Curl!- Denver. PIANOS "wViV-aTV: 1 $lOO.OO to buying from Monafuturnr* Agont* Monthlj payment*. Columbine Plano Co.. lAth & Curtla WANTED AGENTS ; In t lie world Unit will Positively rur.- mu imni.r Hlieiiiiinllsiii or him si dlsenvo- The 1.. .e:, v:m Men- Any old priee, s.*>.<«> to fIUI.OO.’KOI >.\ Iv \\ kkomidi: i:m.\k<;in«. ; and amateur*. The Ford Optie.il A surgie il Instrument Co., lfil'J Curtis Ft , Denver ITIERLS' Sixteenth Street. Denver. Colorado a agent* for Williams Ty|>owri|gr Company. BLACKSMITH supplies iu.Kiss.'sraifae tss WAGON I Hardware, mi.l high „ w i .MATH- Mock. Horse SUoors. 1t..,.-. -n n, sand RIAL. ' Mining Supplies K.C. !MT Wiu.-o St Denver Public --- Sampling Works, M. t SMITH, PniSIDCNT. ORES SOLD ON THE public market. Denver. Colo. E. E. BURLINGAHE’S ASSAY OFFICE ‘*£,‘,.l;™.“^." j KMntdished In Colorado, Ist;*.. Sample- ,v mad or t express will re<v!ru prompt and careful nt'ontinn COLD AND SILVER BULLION Refined, Melted and A-saved or Purchased. Address 17.j;and 17.t1* Denver. Colo. f KANSAS-MOLINE PLOW COMPANY, THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON EARTH 1 The J . 11. Montgomery Machinery < o. Mine outfl.'.'r*. Wia to'il Curt.» Hi. Denver. Colo. .1 cst Listen. Oi l rallaMe « otnraon . a? // . Set.— Siw! " hit: -. flUOs Steam Hoist. £g /A «•!•«. * ” ,: ”f'l'i)*anVn?" , ten* £Ajj 1 l «iViii':' n M i r •. Kin * Qas'tngii- Hoist*. Placer mine equip , ment* Tramway*. C»r». Sku* and mill* built to FIT THE OKF. Kverrlhins tiimtcla-a andup to date. B Beet Cough Syrup. Taste* wood- tee ra In time. Sold bv druggist*. El m~r-T"'vi'ii- | *n-ii , Ffr W. N. U— DENVER NO. 3.—1898 kikes kaswerinq Advcrtisemests Kisdl? Ncotios This Taper.