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8l B. SCHUSTER.! hf. IVmttí HOlBnCOK, A. T. .. ST. JOHNS, A. TV ,iulc8il' ami Retail iVak-rs in 2 General: Merchandise, ícenos, Delicas es, IVovisioixs, Tobacco S Cinis srfnmilci-v. f & bus, . iVoouenwa re. ixlwave So Tinwni-o, oolcery to Glasswai-o CinniSc Ainunition, - FurniUu-e, Try Ooocls, X o lions, TYmoy Good"), CI o I llill. 1 5 olrs jn 1 s-?lio..-:. Tía t s and C: ips, m lTiisl i i 1 i 0 oodt Rtaf ion cry, 'Jrui.ilí and A'al isos, Navajo I'laiiki-rs. l.,uii 1 1 ei, "Wall paper. Holbrook, Arizona. ; JI. A. Peaxe. Official PaDer of Navajo Co. Entered at the postoffice at Holhrook. Ariz, a second-class muil matter. Sole Asents for SCHUTTLER WAGOKS m. K3RTH OF 1RELABB SHECF DIP ail Orders Promptly. Attended to. WILLIAM ARMBRUSTER, Practical - Blacksmith AND WHEELWRIGHT. (NORTH SIDE OF RAILROAD AVENUE) HOLBROOK, - ARIZONA.. AH Out of Toton Work Will Receiae Prompt Attention. If you have a wheel to fill or a tire to set briug it to me and . get service for your money. . . . ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO SUIT YOU Livery Feed Stables J. T. EGGER, Prop., JIOLBIiOOK, AJUZOXA WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN HAY, GRAIN AND COAL ilVm FOR; tlie Petrifieu Forest. Good teams and 1 -i-iAi lO t vIV ... careful drivers alva3-s on hand day or night. T' i :isfs and Commercial Travelers will always find me prepared to give 7 :.-.io the best service at Reasonable Prices. Corral and Siables South Sida o5 Railvorj Traih, Op?. Water Tanh Arizona Co-Operative- Mercantile Inst. HOLBROOK, AND SNOWFLAKE . 'Wholesale and Betail Dealers in i íQefal Jlefehandise Also Proprietors of the Silver Creek Fleming Mills, Agents for the Bain Wagon, ilS'Z?. Harvesting Machinery, Oliver Chilled Plows ;chn Dsere Plows and Cultivators, Bridge & Beach rior Stoves and Ranges, Gem of Otero Flour, er's Sheep Dip and Little's Sheep Dip. Your Piltro 1 1 age is always appreciated, no matter -how v'l your purchase, you may rest assured it will be our !n i o sell you the best goods that can be boight for cash, : sonable prices. Reservoir Construction. There is great need that everyone interested in seeing the government : take hold of the question of the reclamation of its arid lauds should staud together at this session of Congress, and be ready to do what ever possible to secure concerted action. The great prominence given to the meetiugs of the National Irri gation Congres-s at Chicago, and other influences, have shown to thoughrful members of both houses oí Congress that this irrigation question is something that has to be settled with, and that there is do use in trying to think it can be in definitely put otf. The question, with them is how to do it. Eastern statesmen are asking this question now. It is probable that some definite plan of action will be put forward this winter to secura reservoir con struction. If so, every man in the West should wake to the opportu nity. The favorable action of Con gress on the question of building some particular reservoir would be the beginning of a general policy of reclamation of the deserts. It would be an entering wedge. It is a matter of the most tremendous interest to the West and to every interest iu the West. This point should not be over looked; that whatever reservoir site it is proposed to concentrate the attention of Congress upon, and in whatever -State or locality, every other State aud Territory should bend every effort to secure the con st ruction or tins iirst reservoir. This would start the movement. In the meantime every newspaper in the arid belt should take up the tight from now. on and urge upon the people of the West the great opportunity which is now before them. Congress is now ready ap parently to listen to come fair prop osition which does not resemble a raid; but the West should back up the demands of its representatives iu Washington by a united aud persistent demand that the time has come for some Governmental action. There are enough Western Sen ators aud Congressmen to carry the Federal irrigation proposiliou toa triumphant issue, if they will stand together, and every man of the West should sit down aud write a per?on al letter to his member of Congress aud to his Senator at Washington aud tell them 'why they should work to get a bill passed providing for the construction of reservoirs by the Government to store the floods. No man, no locality is uninterest ed iu this plan. Every industry of the west would be stimulated and developed wonderfully through the carrying out of a policy which would reclaim 75 million acres of arid land. If the people of the great West ever were interested in anything, they are interested now in seeing I hat thia questiou of national irri gation is pushed forward and push ed forward strongly within the next two months. louii'img ol santa r e or an Augus tine. He bases his claim upon au thentic documents, including a parchment, discovered among the records .of the old missiou of San Xavier, dated 1552, when the settle ment was ordered to be established, and attached to which is an account of the founding of Tucson, written in the fair round hand of Marcos de Niza, who. explored Arizona iu 1531). Tombstone Prospector. The north is experiencing alt classes of cold weather, from rain, hail and sleet in the east to bliz zards in the northwest. In Arizona, the people are enjoying fine spring weather. Tortured A witness. Intense suffering was endured by witness T. L. Martin, of Dixie, Ky., before he gave this evidence: I coughed every night until my throat was nearly raw; then tried Dr. King's New Discovery which gave nst ant relief. I have used it in my family for four years and recommend it as the greatest remedy for Coughs, Colds aud all Throat, Chest and Lung troubles. It will stop the worst cough, and not only prevents but absolutely cures Con sumption, Price 50c aud 1.K). Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bot tle free at F. J. Watt ron aud A. C. M. I. AKllCLti Or liNvoRPORATION. Of The Gallup Oil Company. Know all men by these presents: That we. W. H. Burbaee, S. T. Park. T. J. O'Kelly, H. M. Mncbmore. .Wm H. Nelson, H. A. Sims, E. M. Sanjule, Concepción, Gon zales, rl. Hilyerand J. r . Lutny nave tins clay voluntarily associated ourselves together, for the purpose of Jorming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and in compliance with Charter II, of Title XII, of the Revised Statutes of Arizona for 1887, and have adopted and do hereby certify to the following Articles of Incorporation, namely: ARTICLE I. The name of this corporation shall be The Gallup Oil Company, and its principal place of business, shall be Wiuslow, Navajo county, Arizona territory.. ARTICLE II. That the general nature of the business to be transacted by the corporation shall be, - 1. To buy, lease and locate,- or -otherwise ncquire, to hold, own, manage, operate, im prove, mortgage, sell, convey und otherwise dispose of, and develop land, concessions, franchises, rights of way, mining: claims, mineral rights oil wells and other real es tate and interests in any of said prop erties and to own and to acquire all classes of personal property. 2, To engrae-e in and carry on the business of boring? drilling, digging-, tunnelling and exploring for. producing, refining, dis tilling, treating, manufacturing, piping, car FIRST NATIONAL ANK, u ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. j Jos 7 t XkZ Authorized Capital $500,000.00 M. A. Fii Richard G. Lambert, represent ing The Deseret News, of Salt Lake City, visited the several towns iu the county last week, in the inter ests of his publication. Jack Wellington, mayor of Skinnerville, has gone to Phoenix to consult the chief justice to ascer tain if the mayor of Skinnerville is not authorized to arrest the sheriff of Gila county. Jack is a cracker Jack.- -Globe Times. An editor prints his paper to give his patrons the news of the day and for the money there is in it. He is presumed to know of what he writes, and he generally does. When he writes as he does in the Leader, Osceola Mills, Pa., without fee or hope of reward, that "Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts magically, and we have found none better in our household If you - have a cough, try it," it may be accepted as an honest expression, worthy of cred ence. For sale by F. J. Wattron, Druggibt. asphaltuin. bitumen, bituminous rock and otlier mineral and hydro-carbon substances and pr- ducts of all such substances; and for j such purposes to buy, contract ' lease and otherwise acquire, hold own, ntauaae and ) operate mortgage, sell and otherwise dis-' pose of, refineries, pipe lines, tanks, cars. mamitactor'es. machineries ann other works, properties and appliances, fran chises and rights of way, patents, patents, patent rights or leases under patents that muyi :be incident or auxiliary to said busi ness cw pertaining thereto, or that may be deemed necessary or c nvenieut by the board of directors of this corporation; also as a factor, broker or agent to engage in or carry on said business or any part or por tion thereof. 3 To establish and carry on agencies, of fices, stores, storage tanks, appliances and houses, stuctures. ,ind to huyOitiid sell all articles and products manufactured by this corporation, or other persons in Arizona, or other states and territories of the Unit ed Stetes of America, and in foreign eoun- ; tries. ' 4 To purchase and otherwise aeouire, hold, pledge, hypothecate, sell aad other wise dispose of shares of the capita! stock of other corporations, also bonds, debentures, bills, promissory notes, mortgages and pled ges of other corporations, purtnershirs. 5 To do and ierform each and every and all matter and things necessary, expedient or proper to carry out the purposes and business of the corporation, and generally to do and perform any and ail acts f r which individuals or natural persons may lawfully associate themselves togesher to do and per form; the business of the corporation -is to becarried on in the Territory of Arizona, and when necessary, iu any and all other states and terriroiies of the United States, and in foreign countries. ARTICT K III. The amount of capital slock authorized ' herein, of t-is corporation, is One Million ! Dollars (i:,000.000.) and the number of shares j into which it is divided is Une Million, ('.(XK). 000) of the pnr value of One Dollar ($1.00) each, all of which shall be paid for in cash. property services rendered or other cquiv- I alent at or prior to the issuance of said stock; and wnen so paid and issued shall be non assessable. ARTICLE IV.. This corporation shall commence on the date of the riling of the Articles in the office of the County Recorder of Navajo county, Arizona Territory, and shall terminate tweutv-five years from and after the date of the filing of said Articles. ARTICLE V. The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a board of ten (10) directors all of whom shall be stockholders, tobe elected annually at a stockholders' meeting to be held on the third Saturday of September of each year, commencing with the third Satur day in September, A. I)., 1901. The following stockholders shall be and constitute and are hereby appointed direct ors of this corporation until the first day of October, 1901, or until their successors are duly elected and enter ifpon the duties of tneiromce. viz: w. M. tiurbasre. S. T. Park, T.J. O'Kelly. H.M.Muchmore. Wm. M. Nel son, H. A. Simms. E. M. Sanjule, Concepción Gonzales, H. Hillyer and J. L. Luthy. The directors and officers shall hold office after the first election commencing on-the tirst day of October, A. IX. ISfOl. for the- term of one year, or until their successors are Paid-up Capital, Surplus and Profits. ...$175,r5.C9 -----v -At: A-. 3 r"a ntí PKOFESSIONAL CARDS. v 3 J. S. WOOLFORD. M. D. PHYSICIAN & SUHGRON, ARIZONA. SNOWFLAKE i B. F. JACKSON, A-j"roii3srKY-A'j'-rJA w, (Probate Judge, Navajo County.) All business promptly attended to. HOLBROOK. - ARIZONA. W. H. 3URBAGE. A'V L'0 14 N KY-AT-LAW. WIN8LOW ARIZONA. HKXKT BUN1NG, Postoffice Show Low. Arizona. Range Navajo and Apache counties. Firebrand Triangle on left jaw. GEORGE P. SAMPSON, . PIIY'SICIAN ami SURGEON, WINSLOW, :-: ARIZONA. Calls from Holbrook and vicinity promptly attended to. R. E. MORRISON. A'lTOKN KY-A'r-LAW, (United States District Attorney.) Proscott. Arizona. Earmarks. Overhalfcrop left, sharp rignt. right. a. f. McAllister, NOTARY PUBLIC, and Conveyancer HOLBROOK. - - ARIZONA. Crop and overhalfcrop ngrm and lert. Swallowfork and tw splits left, over hat crop right. t Crop and hole left, and overhalf crop rignt. ? City BARBER Shop, Louis Underwood, Prop. Honing and Putting Razors in Shape a Specialty . . . . All Work Guaranteed First-Class Shop in Postoffice. jnuppif fiirwi!r.T.KVf. Postoffiee Taylor. Arizona. - ye Range Silver and Show Low -creek31ax Navajo county. Firebrand On O right jaw. 0 Earmarks Swallowfork left for ewes, reverse on weathers Tarbrand ROBERT SCOl 'l . Postoffiee Show Low. Arizona, - Range Show Low creek and Navajo conn' Firebrand I On Tarbrand right side I I of nose Also bar ( ) on right side of nose. : Earmarks Swallowfork. underbit and ovo bit left and split right for . ewes, reversed for weathers. There is hardly a married man Anne nt V, i K.' I , . a 1 1 1- r.- rr-T7 i n elected mid quail Bell. uw vwCO j ... The directors shall elect from among their his pockets t he picture ol a young womau who is not his wife. We violate no confidence when we say her name is Miss Annie Williams of Philadelphia, and that her picture ornaments- the silver dollar which we all use Deming Headlight. .OAIPITAIj, 100.000.00 Bank oí Commerce in Albuquerque, l f. l ' N ) "j:? EXCHANGE AND ISSUES LETTERS OF CREDIT -StSllcits Accounts and offers to Depositors Every Facility Consistent with Profitable Banking. TERO, President, J. C. BAT.BTIIDGK. i.mul.er, W. l.KNOHP Cnpitniirt; DUSTER, Vice-President, A. KISEM ANN,Kisem:mn I'.ros. Wool. XfKICKLER.Cas'r, A. M. BLACK WELL, Gross, Hlackwull&Co., Grooera, ; MEUSOX, Assistant Cuahier, Vi. A.. MAXWELL, Wholesale Pruis DEPOSITORY ; for ATCHISON. ITPcKA 5 SANTA FE RUI"V DeWitts Little Early Kisers are dainty little pills, but they never fail to cleanse the liver, remoye obstructions and envigorate the system. F. J. Wattron. A Keen Clear Brain. Your best feelings, your social position or business suceoss depend largely on the perfect act ion of your Stomach and Liver. Dr. King's Sew Life Pills give increased strength, a keen clear brain, high ambition. A 2"c box will make you feel l'ke a new being. Sold by F. J. Wattron and A. C. M. I. Henry Kempeuich, one of the uni versity graduates, who for some lime was emplo3-ed at B. Ilfeld & Go's, is here from Holbrook on a visit to friends and relatives. Mr. Kempenich occupies a responsible position with A. & B. Schuster, the Holbrook merchants. Lieutenant and Mrs. W. C. McCormack, of Fort Apache, passed through the city last night, returning from an east ern visit, iney were met at- me depot by Mayor Marrón. Mrs. Mc- schoolmates back in Port Henry, N. Y., not. so many years ago. Albu querque Democrat. number a president, a vice-president. secretary aud a treasurer, and the president shall be ex-officio manager of the business aifairs of the corporation subject to the con trol of the board of directors. ABTICLE VI. The highest amount of indebtedness which this corporation shall at any time subject itseit eitneroirect or contingent shall be not to exceed five hundred thousund dollars t00,OÜO.) , APTICLB VII. The private property of each and everj stockholder of this corporation shall be wholly exempt from any and all corporate UCULSUUU UttUllI(!tS. ARTICLE VIII. The board of directors of this corporation shall adopt a code of by-laws for the govern ment of the corporation which code of by laws shall prescribe, limit and define the powers and the duties of ths officers. It shall also provide for the election of the officers as herein set forth, and for the appointment of such other officers and agents who may or may not be directors or stockholders, as may at any time be or ap pear to them desirable or necessary to the proper conduct of the affairsof the corpora tion. In Witness Whereof, We have hereun to set our hands and seals this 15th day of September. A. u.. isu. ! i WILLIAM MORGAN. Postoffiee Show Low, Arizona... ' Range Show Low creek and Navajo coun Firebrand On -JL Tarbrand I left side of nose. Eariüarki -Crop and o?erl 1 otrveat bars. Seal Seall Seal eal Seal' Seal! Seal Seal Seal Seal A Woman's Awful Peril. Harry Hillyer, rl. A. MM SIS, Concepción Gonzales E. hi. Sanjule, W. H. Kukbage, Wm. M. Nelson, S. T. Park, H. M. Muchmore, 3. T. Luthy. T. J. O'Kelly, Territory of Arizona, I County of iNavajo Before me, F. W. Nelson, a Notary Public in and for Navajo couuty, Arizona, on this day personally appeared W. H, Burbage, S. T. Park, T. J. O'Kelly, H. M. Muchmore, Wm. M. Nelson and J. F. Luthy. known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing instrument, and they each of them separately acknowledged to me tnat he executed the same for the purposes and consideration therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of office this 17th day of October, A. Ü 1ÍI00. My commission expires Dec. fi, 1!i02, fSe.ill F. W. NELSON 1 10c I. K. S. cancelled. Notary Public. "There is only one chance to save tf W KElco, ( :; iee returned if we fail. Any one sending sketch and description of u- ention will promptly receive our opinion free conccrningthe patent--; of same. "How to obtain a patent " sent upon request. Patents ,;.,.;i;. through Tjs advertised for sale at our expense. t, irough us receive special notice, without charge, in .. i :.: : F1 . ::::', an illustrated and widely circulated journal, consulted . .Lii'.i .i titéiUu investors. 1 for sample copy FREE. Address, VSQTQR J. EVANS & CO., Patent Attorneys,) ::-S BuSis!itf& - WASHttlSTOH, D, . Revolutionary Record. Ricardo E Isall Miner, historian of the Arizona society Sons of the American Revolution, has recieved a circular lntler from Geu. Theo dore S. Peck, historian general of the national society, asking for de tailed in format ion regarding points and objects of interest iu our territory battlefields, cannon, bat tle Ibigs, etc., what revolutionary records are on Ie in our state or public libraries, aud whether there ae iu t'.ie territory the graves of patriots of the American revolution. It will be of interest to all our no: them and western neighbors in the sisterhood of states which Ariz ona is soon to euter, to laarn that we have in our territory a city not only far antedating the Apierican revolution but also the oldest city in the United States. George Hilzingtr, in his"Treasure Land,"presents the fact in. slightly verse and prose: V-! :r ''Ancient in yeara but : hr long life well spent, V r She smiles serenelv at Vr.i''; Hce of time." , . X Mr Hilzinger gives the dii of settlement of Tucson a3 ,";55,--ne tte your life and that is through an ope ration", wore the startling words heard by Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime Ridge, Wis., from her doctor after he had vainly tried to cure her of a faightful. case of stomach trouble and yellow jaundice. Gall stones had lormed and she constantly grew worse. Then she began to use Elec tric Bitters which wholly, cored . her. It's a wonderful Stomach, Liver aud Kidney Remedy. Cures Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite. Try it. Only 50c. Guaranteed. For sale by F. J. Wattron aud A. C. M. I. Gov. Mprphi and his brother ' Frank M. have gone to Washington to work for Arizona's admission to statehood. The governor has the right kind of stuff in him and ought to be rewarded by the people in case he succeeds iu his mission. The people of Arizona.are not wed ded to party to any great extent and have it in their power to reward the good deeds of the leaders of either party. half a ceuturv earlier Postoffice Heber, Arii-Mi Raniie West Black CaQuu. Firebrand Earmarks Crop overcroD rieht versed on weathers. : ... .-i on nose. ; i . nnd'spTTt i--'foVewes, I HOLBROOK FT. APACHE STAGE LINE RHOTON & CO., Props. Poet. T acro-i, i;ahtV .idé tf ose. - w " counties. v- i 'Earmark Y split in left for weathers, reversed tor ewes. Through to Ft. Apache in 24 .Hours. BestoS Equipment. Grand Mountain Scenery. Stopovers can tie made at SNOWFLAKE. TAYLOR, . SHOW-LOW, PINE TOP and COO LEY'S RANCH. PASSENGER FARES : Holbrook to Ft. Apache $S 00 Pine Top 8 75 " Showlow 4 25 " Snowrlake 2 50 ROUND TRIP. Holbrook to Ft. Apache and return 00 Pinetop I5 00 Showlow 8 00 Suuwflake 4 00 For Express Rates Apply to JNO. R. HULET, Agt. HOLBROOK, A. T. . i'niiTitv of Bernalillo 1 Before me, Ed. Hart, a Notary Public in and for Bernalillo county. New Mexico., on this day personally appeared E. M. Sanjule and Concepción Gonzales, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing: instrument, and they and each of them separately acknowledged to me thnt he executed the same for the pnr tmw. mid consideration therein pynr.-..l Given under my hand and seal of office this 6th day of October, A. u., i:j(. My commission expires 1Ü0Í. Seal ED. HART, 1 10c I. R. S. cancelled. Notary Public. Territory of rsew Mexico, ( County of Bernalillo ( Before me, James S. Smith, a Notary Pub lic in and for Bernalillo county. New Mexi co, on this day personally appeared H. A. Simms and H. Hillyer, known to me to be lie perwiw . inw imiuc. m"sci men iu . 1V1I1I. " .- - : -, . j:; . 1... ..,.:.... ...... ,.,..1 ..i. . 11.. V vvrs- no-hn iicss 111 this and adioin- acknowledged to me that he executed the i Counties; to act as Manager and Corresppn- same for the purposes and consideration I dent ; work can be done at your nome, therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of office this October loth. A. D., 1Ü00. My commission expires Nov. 27, 1901. Seal JAMES S. SMITH. 1 10c I. R. S. cancelled. Notary Public. Territory of Arizona, County of Navajo, ) I, A. F. McAllister, County Recorder in and for the county and territory aforesaid, hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the original articles of incorporation filed and recorded in my office on the V!0th day of October, l'.tuo, at 11 o'clock a. in., in Book No. 1 of Articles.of Incorpora tion, at page 42; and the same is a full, true and correct copy of such original and of the whole thereol. Witness my hand and seal of office this 20tK day of October. 19U0. Seal A. F. MCALLISTER, Couuty Recorder. First publication Nov. 17. Incorporation papers have been filed creating the Albuquerque & Pacific Railway. The road will ran from Santa F to Albuquerque, via the rich San Pebro district. SuSFic ient. money has already been raised, and the , road will undoubtedly be pushed1 to completion at once. This means another boom for Al- I buqu'rque. Many persons have hab the ex--perienceof Mr. Peter Sherman.; of North Stratford, N. H. who says, "For years I suffered torture from chronic indigestion, but Kodol Dys pepsia. Cure made a well man of me." ' It digests what you eat and is a Certain cure for dyspepsia and every form of .stomach trouble It gives relief -at- once , even in the worst cases, and can't help but do you good. F. J. Wattron. Y E A KLT to Christian man or VI III woman to look after our grow- ' w -v - ,n business in tnis ann au mhA()nnAt.iniir home. En- i. ' it .. .1 .1 . ... 1 . 1 1. ... t xxl envelone for particulars to H. A. Sherman, General Man ager. Corcoran Building, opposite United States Treasury, Washington, D. C. OWENS BROS. Postoffiee Woodruff, Arizona. Range Heber and Little Colorado river. Firebrand I on nose. L Earmarks Un- Hl'in nfM"i derbit left a t .nderslope V r reversed on weathers. TarbranoV i derbit left a I right for ew CHALCEDONY LODGE NO. B, F. i M., Holhrook, Arizona. Kegu stated communications at 7:& m. on Fourth Saturday of e month. Visiting brethren invit Byorderof F. M. ZUCH. W.il FRKD WETZLER. Secretary. CHl'ItCH SERVICES. On the second Wednesday evening of ea mouth and on the last Sunday of each mon there will be services at School Hoiwwmor ing at 11:00 and evening at 7 i.Sun5hr at 10:00 each Sunday. , Riv. P. A. Simphns. Jt A Sure Cure For Croup. Twenty-five Years' Constant Use without a Failure. The first indication of croup is hoarseue?s, and iu a child subject to that disease it may be taken as a sure sign of the approach of an attack. Following this hoarseness is a peculiar rough cough. If Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough appears, it will prevent the attack. It is used in many thous ands of hornos in this broad land and rrfvef r eappoints the anxious motnep ( ."Y'nave ye to hear of a singlo t vuti in which it has not proved1 ( JectiiVl. No other prep aratiou't m Uw sucha record twenty-ije y ;.! without a failure: For saloM':-' t jAWattron, Druggist IliinnnnPin A Digests what you eati It arti flclally digests the food and aí Nature in strengthening aDd rece structing the exhausted digestive j gans. lMsuieiabes&aiscovereuuitsc ant and tonic. TSo other preparat!j j can annroach it In efficiency. It i i stantly relieves and permanently dij Dyspepsia, indigestion, iearLm Flatulence, Sour Stomach,. Naisé Sick TI Atulache. Oastralcia-Cranirji at all other results of imperfect digesAol Price 50e. and $ 1. Iarge size contains 8 uijall size. Boolean about dyspepsiamallttt 11 Prepared by E. C. DeWITT & CO.. ChlcotH F. J. Wattron, Holbrook, A. T. tklM4 BO YEARS -EXPERIENCE? Trade KUr( Designs Copyrights ' Anvrme sendlns a sltetrti and flescrlptlor qutelily asnertiiln enr opinion frae yiB Invention It prohnbly pstejntable. ilonsstrlotlrooriDdentlal. Handbool V i ent free. Oldest seency Tor seenjor L:. ,-' Pntont t nknn t.hniuirh vnrrinl nntirJL without ChsTíTS. tJ Scientific Jlinericanj A handsomeW llltintraí wMt. I. arc oat culntton of bht srtitHo Jnamal. Tc-ntia, $S voir; fnar raohtlia, $V Sola by 11 nowariPnten WH,iC0e',B'wd-NewYorl branch Oalao. u Í' St Wfuhiustoa,U.t. r - A - \n\n (Jormack ana Mr. Marrón were i armara.