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SHE MAKES A SUCCESS OF IT. Mlm Ida Hammond, m Bright Undon QlrL Took op Her Father*- Huai,,*** When He Died. There i* ji wonmii auctioueer iu ixm (lon. Miss Ada Hhniiuoud, who is said to be the first of her sex to engage in this occupation. She is a woman of fine presence, a I unit3s or 3i» years old. with 1 « powerful voice and a pleasant mau uer. She inherited the business from her farther, who was an auctioneer for many years, and assisted him as a clerk from the time she was Hi until his death. When he died, leaving no ' sons, ami very little property, the wid- j ow and daughter endeavored to dis- ! pose of the jrood wiil and lease of Ilia auction rooms, hut finding no pure has- j er Miss Hammond was compelled to ■ carry on the business herself. At first site hired «ilesmen. hut that proved unsatisifa<*tory. and she determined to take the block* hensc-lf. When she first applied for a lieense it was refused by the officials .'/f the inland revenue office. Tills exeitiMi her indignation, and she employed a lawyer to convince them that there was nothing in the laws of pre:*edent to prohibit a woman engag ing in siK-h employment. They were finally oomiK-llttl to take that view of the <*a«e. Her quick wit and nimble tongue eoon made her succi'ssful and pipular. and the people in her section of the city prefer to employ her than any of the men in tie* business. Her saies are lafgely attended, and she has pi i n m m Hungry The hair is like a plant. What makes the plant fade and wither? Usually lack of neces sary nourishment. The reason why Ayer’s Hair Vigor restores gray or faded hair to its normal color, stops hair from falling, and makes it grow, is because it supplies the nourishment the hair needs. Hair. mwwwvwwww w v w w T 1 w $l,OOO CASH FOR VALUABLE INFORMATION. Gl S rs I Not a Lottery, but u Contest gold. I of Science, Skill and Art. 1— Ist PltlZE #lOO in Gold S S— 2nd PRIZES $50.00 each 100 In Gold 4 3rd PRIZES 25.00 “ 100 in Oold 6- 4th PRIZES 20.00 “ 100 In Oold H sth PRIZES 12.50 “ ltK) in Gold lO— «th PRIZES. ■ 10.00 “ 100 In Gold 20- 7th PRIZES 5.00 “ 100 In Gold 26- Bth PRIZES 4.00 “ 100 In Gold 50- Oth PRIZES 2.00 •« 100 In Gold IOO loth PRIZES 1.00 •• jOO in Gold 1 225 PRIZES amounting to #l,OOO tn Gold HUB AB IB AT ■ 1- We Want to erakan a universal appreciation of the great merit# of CAB-, UUII UDJCv I a CARETSCANDY CATHARTIC. We alao want to Increase odr buslneee by ( teaching the people what diseases ( as'earet* will cure Ifwecanby this plan In a month »time., induce 10.000 people to hemme users and well-wishers of this wonderful laxative and liver regula tor, which even now Is selling at the rate of ft.UOU.bOO boxes a year. It will pay us to glv'» away SI.UU. Instead of spending It for some other form of advertlsinit- tl , _ %. Everybody knows what enormous sums of money we spend annually for advertising. W* probably lose 125.(100 a 7enr by not knowing Just what a paper Is worth as an advertising medium. If , we can find out just how many see this n«. vertlsement arm give It attention. It will be big money In ( our pockets. Vuur answer to udi advertisement will help us find out. and we are wlll-ng to pay for the Information. | mil AT VAII ABB TA AA ■ There ere In the schedule below fourteen name* of diseases i WHAT TUU ARE TU Dll ! nle cured • • CABCAKBTB CAM'Y < riIIARTIC. S 1 From each name letters have been emitted in d their plac * su; -lied by stars. T< till In the blank . spaces properly and net the names wt’l be a test of your 1» .<rnlng. We taunt J'wu on* as many names as you can. tlier send the list to us wlt.i *l6 cents to pay for a hoX of (_ASC A , KKTB. For correct lists we slia.li «• cash prises of from *1 tn 1100 li.gold. The i , correct list gotten up In the most j rt, stlo and original style will t>e awarded the tlrsl prire, the nest i best, the second prize, and so •n. Also. if -• ,i r ' co-iUilns ten or more correct .tames, you will re-, celvea SPECIAL ( OKSOLATIORi Pit IST F. I’.y exercising cure In preparing your 11st you ( ought to be able to secure part o the ft I (MMi eusli award, hut under all .•ircuir stances you will be a winner. The distance you Itveoiakes no dllterence, as all are treated a.lke. AWARDS WILL BE MADE PROMPTLY: ; -end It In without delay. Tut the advertisement out. so you will not n< giect or foiwet It. Prlie* i will be honestly awarded and promptly sent. Here are the words to be spelled out. Be sure you give them In their rlgbt order i• CO *ST* # A * I * 0 The lease of near- 1 8» S**RST * M * * H Karmen l ation i ,* ly all other diseases, cured by CiWAßrrs. > digested food. Instantly stopped by CascaOt*. ( 2. HE *o* C * E a dull. thrcbMng pain, 1 9. P*L*S * painful Irritation caused by i i caused by bad stomach, cured by I‘ouiun. t constipation, cured only by CsscAßtTs. 3. B*U*US*E*S A condition caused | 10. F*ST* LA An nicer caused by h> wel Irreg < by torpid liver, cured by Cascarjcts. \ ularities, given a chance to h*al by Cascarbts. , 4. L* * Y L*V * R Torpid condition of an im- ; IJ. I*D*6* *T * ON Improp-r «**lmllatlon ' portant organ relieved quickly by Cascarbts. 4 of food, relieved by a Cascaret after meals. > 5. PI *PL * S An eruption of the rktn, re- j J 2. DY * P* P ** A Chronic inactivity of the J moved hv the purify ing effect of Casuarkts. / stomach requiring patient use of Gascabets. ( i 6. BL * T * H * S Brown spots on the skin, < 13. C * L * C, A griping pain, attacking chil 1 c iced to disappear quickly by Cascsreib. / dren most frequently, stopped by * iscaEvts. i 7. B * 0 BL ** D Impure condition of the \ J 4. | * SO *R* A- • Sleeplessness doe fc disease | 1 vital fluid. Cakcarkts purify the system. ) of the digestive canal, cured bj « .vsciagTs. RE3IDIKG YOUR LIST OF WORD*, say whether you wanttke prire mo»JT sent In gold coin or whether you preter bank dral tor money order. The L/rnTTlian the value given without consideration as the bo* of Casearets sent prepaid **\'}*J vourcash of the 25c you send with yourlist The only thing we will ask ••that you will exhibit ymr cash award, either In gold or in torm of acbeck. as you u hoose. for a few day* In your own dr iggist s show window. Tbla entire offer la an honest one, made by a rosponslble flrm. "hose bonor i able reputation is known to every retail druggist throughout Uie 'and CaneßreU T h ™' r l e^,e ) feet medicinal preparation ever discovered, and you will *»« known. Be aisre to greatest boon for women and children and we want to make their merits known. »eawre«o mention this paper In your lei ter. as otherwise thTc'nlXlthl. < Mr. 11. 1.. Kramer, Treas. and (Jen Mgr. of the t-Uirling careful personal attention. As be is now at the famous n *^ , ' , * h a , *Unngi. ind. ’ M>f which he Is principal owner,be sure to addrers H. JL*. KKAMhR. Indiana mm rai ntnugi.iuu DCCDAU6intHTY*the mterMxg I Ideal Laxative, J ntorUNolulLM Is remedy to., I I 4 makers of ( iiseareto A’andy (athartle. T | a are favorably known to every publish- T ■ . K A AT fN 1 er, banker, retail and wholesale drag- * RWI TJ 1 i/A L1 « ; iCUARAWTEED. f ** : THIS AP WILL APPEAR HPT ONCE. OBHOFIT r~i DUIIEKI FREE OF CrtAKE »I To«j nnnr nn j »HfIR[ST '3«« ” U s' WAGON :':IIS:SCALES fmiupnt calls to other parts of the t'Tty juml the province*. Mis** Hammond say* that while she Itt sometimes rudely treated and occasionally inis l»een com pelletl to ewluro insulting lomments, she tilways ignore* them unlett* «he sees an opportunity to hit hack in a way that would he effective in winning the Mvmpathy amt protection of the by standers. In thia she lias never failed, and at no tferne lias she had any trou ble.—Chicago lteoortl. Remedyor of the Wicket! Flea. Put almost equal quantities of cay enne pepiier and connnon rai>le salt iwith ji littli* more salt! in a flour dredger, and shake the mixture all over I the floors. Shake out all draperies and j bedding, and brush off all stuffed fur | niture: then sweep the room* thor ! oughly. Tile fleas will be all in the j dustpan. The dust should be burned !in a closely shut stove, with the draught* to tlie chimney wide open. The pepper kills or stupefies the fleaa, and the stilt prevents the dust from flying up and annoying the person who is sweeping. Tiny black fleas, like those of Italy or San Francisco, mice came to my house in a load of kindling wood and soon spread. I tried extreme cleanli ness, Kerosene and Persian powder, all without effect. Then 1 heard of the jx’pper and salt remedy, ynd had Mu* house swept from garret to cellar with the mixture, with no inconvenience to my family and to the extermination of the fleas. Incidentally, I found that buffalo moth and auts found the mix i Hire very unpleasant.—Boston Herald. Look for the name i. EBTEY JP> .on the front of an Organ. That is the quickest way to tell whether it is a good organ or not. Write for Illustrated Catalogue with prices, to Estey Organ Company, Urattleboro, V t. OUR BUDGET OF FUN. BOMB GOOD JOKES, ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. Th* Irratloaalltlea of Life—* A Quick Toilet or Mlckey’a Eaperloaco on the Cow Catchor —Tho Maa Who la Pglll Lucky. Irratioualltlee. IN’T any reaeon In bein’ proud. Too fine to go with the rest of th crowd; Ain’t any reason in bein’ shy— World ain’t waitin’ for you to pas j by; Ain’t any reason in bein’ a shirk, Clappln’ for som*> A body else to work; Ain’t any reason In* not bein’ glad— Ain’t this life the best you had? Ain’t any reason In bein’ afraid— Something'll happen, ’taln’t all dowr grade. Ain’t any reason In talkin' fast— The little you’ve got to say won’t last. Ain’t any reason In not lookin’ up Soon as you’ve got to the dregs In your cup; Ain’t any reason In not forglvin’— You must keep on lovin’ to keep on livln Ain’t any reason in not bein’ true— Make a beginnln’ an’ carry It through; Ain’t any reason, or Joy. or beauty. In doin’ anything less than your duty. —Laura H. Fisher in Boston Traveler A Qalek Toilet. Shady Nook-r-“De railroad accldunt didn’t do a t’ing ter Smikey.” Nooksy Shade —“What’s de matter wld ’im?” Shady Nook—“He was a-ridin’ on de cow-cgtcher; de boiler busted and he got a steam bath, de wheels cut his halt off, and it was a close shave for fain life." The Common Complaint. “What caused your company to dis band?” inquired the gossip. “The craze for realism,” replied the manager sadly. “You remember the speech in which Polonlus says to his son, ‘Put money in thy purse.' ” “Yes.” “Well, Laertes refused to go on with his part without real money.”—Wash ington Star. Is This a Bull? “Why didn’t you come when I rang?” said a lady to her servant. “Because I didn’t hear the bell.” “Hereafter when you don’t hear the bell you must come and tell me so.” “Yes’m.”—Boston Traveler. Mo Chance. “You don’t oversleep yourself as you used to,” said Gazzam as Maddox en tered the office in good time. "Not since the baby was born.” re j plied Maddox. —Boston Post. Built Lucky pink—“Yes, sah, dat ol’ man Wil lums ’s luckiest man I eveh seen!” Rastus —“Sutny he is, man; he was dun born dat way. Luk at dem hawse shoe laigs ob his!” yr—pacta for the Boy. “I guess the Griscombs must expect that somebody is going to leave them some money.** ••Why?” "They're decided to let their eon become an artist.” The. H» Harried. ■•Well.” he eald, at last, attar they had been silently Karins at each other for a lone time. "I think Fd better KO.” "Dear me,” she exclaimed, "I believe you're a mind reader.” How's This! W. offer On. Hundred Do*'*™ ”*“2 Mr any w of C.tiu-rh th.t cannot bo | , cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. 1 F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. I. Cheney for the last IS year* snd benevs , him perfectly honorable In tU business , transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their nrm. | West A Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O.; Waldlng, Klnnan A Marvin. Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. O. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. .Testimo nials sent free. Price 75c per bottle. Sow by all druggists. Hall’s Family Pills are the best. “Aunt Margaret has bad five cooks married from her houee iu three years.” "1* that not Why don’t yon send your daughter Julia over and see what Margaret can do for her? FREE, IMPORTANT INFORMATION To men (plain envelope.) How, after ton years’ fruitless doctoring. I was fully re stored to full vigor and robust manhood. No C. p. D. fraud. No money accepted. No connection with medical concerns. Sent absolutely free. Address, Lock Box 288. Chicago, 111. Henil 2-cent stamp if convenient. “When does the fathers’ congress open?** “We’ve given it up—couldn’t get the women to stay at home and take care of the babies so we c<*ild get off.” Alaska Bureau of Information. Acctimtt- anil t’raetlcal Information about outfHMag. routa*, where and how to go. el<-.. TumUlied by Ms. L. L. Bai.bs. hunter, guide ami explorer—• year*ln Alas ka and to years on the Padflc t oast. Advlr* as to the Copper Hirer i*ountry. HoutheaMtern Alaaks, Alaska Peninsula, the Yukon, or any part of Alaska. KarxßKNi rs Lieut. »;. T. Kminons. I*. H. Navy, Na val Dept.. Washington. |>. C. Will I>. Jenkins, Sec retary or State, olvmpia. W»ah.; O. O. Shields. e*Co qulaa"). editor of He rent ion. IS W •*4th Ht. New York. Trans Fur any and all Inforiuailim desired for six months. IS. Iteinit bv express or !'. O. order to L. L. BALKS, s ob Fourth tie . Heatle. Wash “Leutgert probably sympathises with Adam.” “For what reason’'" “Well, you know it was a lrone that got Adtun Into all his trouble." Read the Advertisements. You will enjoy this publication much bet ter If you will get Int > the habit of reading the advertisements; they will afford a moat Interesting study and will put you in the way of getting some excellent bargains. Our advertisers are reliable, they tend what they advertise “Scientists say the yellow fever microbe gets Into the system through the respira tory organs." “Is that so? Well, are the people who escape It too lazy to breathe?” Mrs. Winslow’s Soothtng Syrup For children teethlnir.Koftrnx lbs glims.reduces Inflam i Bastion,silsys pain, cure-* wind colic, lift cents s Lottie. I “Your daughter hammers on tlie piano | from morning till night. rhal’s all right: our house Isn’t overrun with the queer kind i of pansies your daughter paints from morn ing till night.” This paper Is printed with Ink manufac tured by the COLORADO PRINTING INK AND ROLLER COMPANY OF DENVER. “Aunt Martini got -ven with the corpora tion that put those telephone poles In front of her house." “What did she do?” “Hhe took a hatchet and went out and girdled every one of them.” Our New i nrlglit drand Plano Only RZttA FA down snd flO n month. Reliable and fully war ranted. Write to The Montellus Plano Co.. &17-619 16th Bt., Denver. “Wonderful how those Indians can play football the way they do.” "Not at all; Indians are athletic.” “I know: hut how do they keep their minds off the other fellow*’ long hair?” Dropsy treated free by Dr. 11. 11. Green’s Sons, of Atlanta. Ga. The greatest dropsy specialists In the world. Read their adver tisement In another eolumn of this paper. How Bollers Are Made. The steel for locomotive Isdlers Is sup plied by contract In the s!ui|m* of flat, rec tangular sheets. Before It Is accepted the tensile ami breaking strength of eneli one Is tested. Next It Is murked off by measure with chalk lines for rivet holes, which are punched through It by a machine that does the work as quickly and easily as If It were j a slice of cheese. Then the sheet Is trimmed to the proper size by a great steel knife, i which cuts off the edges like paper. Finally i It Is turned Into h curved shape by passing between huge rollers, mid Is riveted to other sheets, which make up the cylindrical tube of the boiler, by means of reilliot Iron holts. A bollerinakiug shop is notoriously the nois iest place on earth, but It Is surprising to find now soon one gets used to the clamor, so that It would be possible to lie down and sleep amid it all. There is nothing like get ting used to things. Every now and then a man Is killed In the works by having a boiler roll upon him. He has had such long Eractlee In eluding dangers of the sort that e becomes too indifferent, stepping out of the way a moment too late. TNK kCOORDS SHOW QUICKS OF t Rheumatism JSSk BY THE USC OF JAOOBB OIL OF CHRONIC CRIPPLE* ANO OF BED-RIOOCR INFLAMMATORY CASE*. THERE’S NO OEWYINO, IT OUIIKB. . i_i —i _ i —t t —r f— f GET THE GEWUIBIE ARTICLE! j Walter Baker & Co.’s I breakfast COCOA I Pure, Delicious, Nutritious. 1 I Coatk /,es* than ONE CENT a cap. T M I ffMai Ke Bure that the ke arß our Trade-Mark. j M ! Walt' r Baker & Co. Limited, J VtolKfF (Established 1750.; Dorchester* MdSS. I Out Door Days \ Cool, bracing cycling weather, tonic of the open air, i golden sunshine to paint away the blues—buy a Columbia 1 now and keep in good trim all winter. No time like the ) present—no bicycle so good as the Columbia. Hartford < bicycles, next best. J POPE MFG. CO., Hartford, Conn. J If Cohnmbias are not properly represented in your vicinity, let us know. A New Diamond Field in South Africa. A new diamond field has two proclaimed by the governor of Cape Colony In the dla trlet of Barkley West. Griqualand West. The discoverer of the field was Frank Smith, an old Kimberley Jagersfouteln (..*• fer. About twelve months ago Smith ch ained prospecting licenses over the H. V. St farm, on which lie spent a fortnight look ing for indication, but found nothing. A little across the border line, however, and about 200 yards In the next farm, he picked up a few pieces of carbon which he traced to a slight kopje, whence It had probably been washed down. lielng trespassing, he could only make a small hole, hut In this he struek yellow ground. He dry-sorted the few handfuls he took out. aud then covered np the hole and went to Kimberley. A prospecting license was then takeu out, and a rush of people thither at once took place, and, it Is said, the work has already re sulted In the discovery of about 046 carata of diamonds. Electricity Carrs Balky Horses. Chicago Inter Ocean; A Pennsylvania man owns a horse, whlgh he says la worth SI,OOO to him. He had offered S6OO to any one who would cure him of the habit or balking and all to no purpose. He then pro cured a three-volt storage bnttery. with which he connected each side of the bit and crupper by means of three wires. The hors**, when hitched to a mad cart, braced his four feet and at first refused to move, but at the first push of th** button he Jumped, snorted and moved off. Each day for a week he was given the same lesson, and is now his owner’s pride, as he never balks, bites or kicks. Several similar eases have been reported, and In two courts It has been decided that a small amount of electricity applied to a balky or lazy horse Is less cruel than whipping It. Wake up. Yes. wnke up to the danger which threat ens you If your kidneys and bladder ure In active or weak. Don’t you know that If you fall to Impel them to action. Bright’s dls ease or diabetes awaits you? Use Hostet ter’s Stomach Ritters without delay. It has a most beneficial effect upon the kidneys when sluggish, and upon the bowels, liver, etomaeh and nervous system. FIBROID TUMOR Expelled by Lydia E. Pinkham’a Vegetable Compound. Interview With Mrs. R. A. Lombard. 1 have reason to think I would not be here now if it had not been for Lydia E. Fink ham's Vegetable Com pound. It cured me of a fibroid tumor in my womb. Doctors could do nothing for me, and they could not cure me at the hospital. I will tell you about it: I had been in my usual health, but had worked quite hard. WhJn my monthly period came on, I flowed very badly. The doctor gave me medicine, but it did me no good. He said the flow must be stopped if possible, and he must find the cause of my trouble. Upon examination, he found there was a Fibroid Tumor in my womb, and gave me treatment without any benefit whatever. About that time a lady called on me, and recommended Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound, said she owed her life to it. I said I would try it, and did. Soon after the flow became more natural and regular. I still continued taking the Compound for some time. Then the doctor made an examination again, , and found everything all right. The tumor had passed away and that dnll ache was gone. —Mrs. B. A. Lombard, Box 71, Westdale, Mama. $20002? I Schilling's Best tea is the best you can get for anything like the money it costs. Schilling's Best baking pow der is the bes* you can get at any price. A Schilling A Company San Francisco Es* ma [slicker] I WILL KEEP YOU DRY. § l>wr^'^oole^ritt^^«cklBtoal^3|gg||F or rubber coat. If \ «-u wantn coat Bmlllg’ jMBl that will keep von drv in the hard est storm buy the Fish Brandi wlP mi Slicker. If not for sale In ’Hr town, write for catalogue to WPl mBbr 1W Well?* 1 ** HTILI ONLY ONI POR A DOSE. bi m _h. UMdaehe alg nenvm nispiw, vihw "wwuie, Denver Directory. //////and awn.no CO. I yft 1 if CT mOCTEl'S PATENT Off UNO I HAY ANI) CRAIN. The Weetroan < onmilnalou Co. CTATC flDC Sampling Works - Office Albany O I A I L UIlL Hotel Block. Denver. Pocket ref erence book, valuable to ore shippers. mailed free SEALS. RUBBER STAMPS Works A M'fg. Co.. IMrt Lawrence Ht P. O. Bos SI. Cl AOICTC <<>LFAX AVK FLORAL CO. rLUnlOlO «2H HUh Hi. M 1SU. Greea bout.es Cor. Colfax and York Sts.. Dasvar. 2NI» llwml Marhlnerj’. Mining. Ktigtnee. Boll era, etc. Seud for prices. H. H. Machinery Co.. 1629 Lawrence. Warehouse rttb A Market. OPTICIAN XUHtuani tfmmr Pen vf, Goto. AMERICAN HOTEL suTSfiiK f? Kuropcan plan ".V iiiirlTl Noted for Its table Surveying Instrument". J. A J. !,allle. MM Irasa hoe Ht...nif'r and dealer In everything used la tha field. New suhalantlal metal reels A long steel tepee. PR. C. J. SCOTT, Union Bloek, Opposite P. O. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THNOAT, Typewriters KODAKS Ksraaass IIVI/IIIW day after receiving order. Mk largtng and coloring a specialty. We have la SSfffc every camera made.. All kinds of supplies. ne Ford Optical A Hurgloal InsUtute Co., MIR Cards ft BATTERIES. RUBBER HOODS. nJfiW J. DURBIN, arasr E. E. BURLINOAHE’S ASSAY OFFICE KNtablmhed In Colorado. IMA. Hampton by Bailor eipreaa will receive prompt, and careful atteetloa. GOLD AND SILVER BULLION Reflnrd. Melted and Assayed or PiwNnMi Address 173Aand 1738 Lawrence St.. Denver, Colo. [Denver Public --- I Sampling Works, I M. I. SMITH, Pessieaov. I ORE« SOLD ON TNI I fuiuciMiiiiy^neiivif^sei^u & jST I! M % Blake Cruabeis. J? SP u A sk mill". 6-ton rollers, i ®f B \ Con.antrationme ; O"" Knaina".~<Vaamtn m Ho tots*. Placer a/sf* ■ menu Tramway". Car*. Hklpa and Bills MNN FIT THE OR*. Everything Sirat elaas aa4 agtedsla. i DAVIS SAFETY BRAKE I Provided with a patent AUTOMATIC SAFBTT BRAKE bolding the load at any point, and Bane* the working of the HOIHTEB perfectly safe. The P. a. Him Irm W»rh 0*., Dtntr, Ml. AMIIBfl MORPNINC and WMIMY IMIfll. I1KMIIH II' *ME rt'KK. Book nUCK. Sk. A fc Ul Ilf Pi Morraaa, uateiiae»dg..CTnr>ek.ML REMIT PAID tooflntf?r W a*!°aaS* OeUtag I Manilla. Write for samples and prices-_Tk# FMr Manilla Manias Company, fasdte, N.J. • riDODQV NEW DI5C0VET; —» LB ■ «<nl< k n Ill-f and cures wed 1 casett. Bend for book of teatlmonlale and lOdMa i tnstment Free. tr. Xk.n»Mi*H>ia PENSIONS, PATENTS. CLAIMS. tS’WJflL 4/ra. tolas* war. liaigadicatia* claim* BRy.dee*. CLAIMANTS FOR PENSION write to NATHAN BICKFORD. Waeklagiea. D.C..«kjy will receive quick replica. H. 5 th N. H. Vote. •taSSOth Corps. Prosecuting C Islam skses lift. CURE YOURSELF! V I l.'ae Big 4> for unaataral g A1 - » saya.\ I dim barges. inflammettoBa. f . / oniuad \| irritations or ulcerattoae IT rtf B a MiHurt. of mucous BOBbraass.' eoatagtoa. Painless, and net nstrla- EgjTHttMM ftUMMLCq 2-”> y,l«w. —’VaiHClMUTI.O J “'I Id By DeaggftBM* << 1* Circular teas on niwd w. N. U.—DENVER - NO. When writing to nd.trtIMri, PMnt *> that you aw th. adnrtlsMMnr in tun »n»a.