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tiSSSjeFmBKt 4&&m masM nmaiiWMiMiiiTwniwI mm i l m m. n vn 2?se&-ge3'asB51 ' TOMTTOXK OAiLY JM.OSi-KCTOK. FKIHaV RVK.VIX.. l-'EBUrAliy S. iiifcO. '- l F; rOUJSTONK.IMtOSlTATOU PEIUtlUKY - - - S, ISM) l-UULISIIKD KVEKY EVENING CSvsuavs Esci:iti:i) I1Y S. C. BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. Sil-,i"tl'10" atutc. flO 00 One Your Six Month'' . . Threo Months.. One Month.. Delivered ly jur wH'lc. f 00 3 00 1 00 Carriers for 2." centi. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER Vreali ItuiitU 3utttr lroia ll.e n-nchot J II .Vlite at'Vohotl' tli Store. S-7lf It U a notorious fact that tho "KoJe" roiiiKiieionc which brought forth the remarkable conglomeration of laws now in force in Arizona, m s the Star, made a tiocial effort in the matter of discriminating aj-aitii-t nc;vs laiers in cry jwible way, going i-o far as to wrong tho public uicfet un mercifully, just to prevent u little printing patronage to go to the pres. It wa severally believed the commis- tioneri did this to keep hid from tho public the doings of its officials and to gie the purchaser of real rtro'ierty at fheriirs sale the advantage. Itut it nems the object of the commission was to crush the new.-papcr? to cut the income of their business. Why, you ask? Because they were afraid of au independent, outspoken press, they have shown their hand ;r.ul have thus placed the Arizona newspaper frater nity under eternal obligation to them. All the progressive young men of Arizona will lie pleased to hear of tho probable admission of Arizona into the Union. The report of tho committee on Territories in tho House is an al most sure indication that we arc on the threshold. It is to be hoped that no unfor.-een difficulty will spring up to impede the progress which is al ready beiug made. With Arizona a a State her population w ill be doubled in two vcars. I'livrr rritx:i:s. Two, 'jTIirce siuil 5'otir Vcar (:1 I'rtiil Trees. Fr.iit trea3, two, tbrco and four year rid. Umbrella, Mulberry, Peach, l'ear. Apricot, Apple, Fig. Plum, Prunes, Ko-tariucs, Almond, Japaneao Pertim rno.i, J";;l!s!i Walnut. I'lirac-Krauato, fruiting; two-year old (ir.pevinej, ( Joiseberri". iLsapberries; 1,00'J Itosa hn-Iies, 85 different varieties; Lilac, Carnation Pinks, Mock Orauge. Mag. unlit. Pomegranate flowering, llonoy hnckie , Lilly of the Yidley, Cyjirtstes. Clematis; Passion Vines. Doub!eCn melii. nt.d many other plants received from California, for sale by William Branch, corner rf second and Fn'.toD btrests. Tombstone, A. T. 1-2 Cm ."Votlcc. To tl:c patrons of the Pony Saloon, I would again call jour attention to the fine line of goods now on hand at the old stand, cciii-isting of Hill Sr Hill's fine n..nd-inad Sour Mash Bour bon Whisky, spring of '0, Guckcn heimcr and IJipy Straight l!yc?, spring of "S3, tho finest goods ever brought to Tombstone. I a!?o keep on hand a full line of CaliforniaUrandics, Wines, &c, Tom and Jerry, Hot Scotch, Spiced Xcw England, Santa Croix and Jamaica Hums, all made in the finest and latest style. My Carina and Kc--Wesl Chippies arc made expressly fox mo and cannot be beat for the price anywhere. St. Louis Ltgcr IJccr on draught. J. II. CAttTBKL!., 11 17 tf Proprietor. II.1I. McIXTIKE, M. I). IMirSICIAX AXD SCKGEOX. Ult;e, Arizona. Office Hocns : Moraiug and Evening. 2--10t A'tYICn TO. 3IOTZIKKM. 51 &. W liowa Sxnzui'.O STtrp. f(.r chiMrrn tcrtblnir. ! tVs i'crcripli i' flw rf tb3 N-t te rn uur ana rhrlcJsii In t e I'nlud stale. and h bci nrt lorf-JTiT yea rl:a tccr-l I lauccaii by mtlltnn it m tbrr forlli-ircUil-rtrrn. Ioi-:i!if'i no? IwlhtnplH'atar l loclcttUblr. It rl!.' lit i tLilJ itum pain. ctk dy-nUrT a-t 'trr,i. rripl:s In the wel awl wtol eol . Uysi'lo; ilit in t k.i I f, .1. ,w Tn li, r. lr!e. 1?-' wht jkii. iaojj ly GRAND lSlOCli. that's What Silly Sc- well, of Samoa, Gets from Uncle Sam Because He Let the Germans Romp and Didn't Give a I) T!,c Woman Suffrage Commit tee Report Favorable for Females. All 1 a Sliiji Goes Down With 54 Men on lizard. The .Viiiil Itoiiurc. Was-hixgto, Feb. S. This morn ing's Herald r-ai-: M. Sewell, Consul General to the Samoan Inlands, re ceived notification from the State Dc partment that his resignation would be acceptable on the ground that his vicwb were not in harmony with those of the administration. B'urtlier I'arllrtilurs. Glasgow, Fab. S. The owners of tho Allen line of steamers state that they believe the steamer sunk by the British bark Largo Hay atf IJeachy Head, Monday night, was the Glencoe of that line. The Glencoe carried a crew of 51 men but no pa-engers. The faleucoe Sunk, London, Feb. S. It is at last report ed that the Glencoe louiid from Liv erpool for Ixmdon pas'edl'rawle Point on Monday last. It has been a-cer-t nined be;. ond a doubt that she was the vessel sunk. She was a three masted iron screw steamer of 1900 tons. i:ficsiiir l)etrifp. WAfilMXOTO.w Feb. S. The Senate committee on military afTairs reported a substituto for the house bill to re move the charge of desertion from sol diers who afterwards served faithfully till the expiration of their enlistment. Agreed to. ill .tot Asrce. Washi.vkto.v, Feb. 8 The conferees on tho Dakota1, Montana and Xcn Mcxico admission bill were in sesvion a short time tjiis morning and ad journed until 2 o'clock. The indica tions arc that they will not come to gether. ISurned. Stkeixviixe, Mo., Feb. S. Eleven bui-iucss places, including the Temple House County Treasury office and ojtcra house were burned this morn ing. The loss heavy. lyrcolfccl. Lost):", Feb. 8. The crew of the Glencoe numbered 02 men. A Uin ptot was raginj; at the time of the ac cident and soon falling t-o thickly that it was iinpO'iib'o for the lookout on either vessel to see the lights of the Other until the collision was inevitable. The Glencoe ran at full speed into the bark demolishing ten feet of her bow. The Largo BayVould aho have sunk had sho not been provided with water tight sections. The crew of the bark saw nothing further of the steamer but could make out her crew strug gling in the water. It was impossible, however, to render them any assis tance, all of the Largo Hay's boats liav ing been smashed, and tho wind blew with such force that the sails of the bark vere torn to shreds and a boy carried overboard. The bark weather ed the storm until rescued and towed into Cowes l.:u. l l.;l. amii.ncto.v, Feb. 8. The House committee on public lands reiurtcd back the Senate bill providing that all agricultural public lamia subject to private entry shali be dispc;cd of ac cording to the proiiioui of homestead laws only. The amendment was adopt ed repealing the commutation oliiue of the homestead law. Weaver, of Iowa, showed a disposition to object to its immediate consideration because it did not in terms repeal desert laud and timber culture laws, llolman picsftunwo that if any ambiguity si-ted it could be removed in the con ference aniendment adopted allovtins pertoiii who lur.e t.bandontl or re- lilKplslietl Iiviurstci.d entries to mzVe another entrv. The till ixtMcd. and the House wnt into a commitUe oi of the whole on the army appropria tion bill. Senate. Washington, Feb. S. The confer ence report on tho bill to incorporate the Maritime Canal Company of Mich, wis presented by Sherman and agreed to. The bill now goes to the President for his approval The committee on women's sufTras reported back favorably a joint resolu tion projoting acoiutitutional amend ment prohibiting the denial or abridg ment of the right to vote by tho United Slater or bv nnv State on account of rex. it was placet on tnc cailcnacr and a minority report will bo made. TOftSB STONE POTTITD ET VXD MACHINE SHOP. JicALLlSTElt & JIlCOXE. Prop'rs. Kirwls of ?!.' n.S M.n.c; Machcr)-, Hcvy and LiliI CuUf)k ui Ztjh aad r.ra MaJe to CrJtr liriin- lln.tes -ttadt to Order, aod Ia. jlrt Iidtwated and Adjatted. fitut fi- Ai1uji LjlrncUoz oils anj Ccatpoundj I. .llctlllolrr. - A-V tf. laiiaicr. XOTItllTO tltr.JUTOlW. -vroTi(.E i iir.Rfr.Y givk to the J cjwtllut nf ihi rr lite tf TMimsii 0;dt a. ac-vd, ihatall n ou Larlus clilni adlnt uld t'C'rVoi rliircv repaired to ;rccni ant cxMM; rcc1! cLjiuih to tli? uuder,lTicl admlnii1 irator. at the oc v V. II M'la- II. attorney at law. o3 l-"t.irth i.trtct. In T.ut om Ana ci, wllDln Tot moalhs altrr the date uf 1Ii ixticc. Dated Toatretoar, A.T Jar.-ary l'. lss. Tl'l.l.V A. oIDKN. A 'mln'.rtrator of ll.e csta'c of Tbmaaa l7in. dcct&red. i4ni la-M:ilT L.MI, FJXAJ, IMtO.JI' xoTici: run i'imji, catios. VSITZD STATES LAND OFFICE. I Ttc..x AKl..4acnarrM. 1S9 i -".TOTlCEISJ!KI!KI.Y'5 YEN THAI 5l' J. I.'Elt V. VILKEKS. of Tcxa'lo e, Oo rnl,e cosrty. Arln, Las il'cd not re rl iutcc lioa to piatc final i-rotd on bla da;rt lead c'alm. No C19, f.rttc.NS i, f hV 'a cf ;ptl-nSt.Tj 1S 1:. E . UfcreibeCttkoribffl' S. C'osr, a Tt.uVt nr, iiiioat, en 1'riCay, 1L9 lith j tr ilarch, l'W lie ra-a-s ihefnHiwIcs wiiree topov the cpiplpieiyat'on and reclamation of a,ld lund: Wc A l:'rc,.r VHc-r. A T : Jame, L". Par I T.rS WiWit, -.T ; lieu. K. K.Mcr, cfTi-nb-rtonr.V.T.; Jtct tniiib, crT.ava'rr, A. T. A, 1). nUKK. H rUttx. n-st Piljllcafon Jarirr 5 UtJ. J. CUSIOH, D.tltr lc all Uci of PBODUCS Fresh Vegetables S' Fresh Fish every Thursday, 25c per lb. Fresh Oysters " Friday, 25c per dor. Fremont St., next to PostOfiice JIIShOI.CTIO.V r x'A!-.rn-zniiii "NJOTICE IS HEREDV GIVEN ' 4li.. V ",a4iw.i tt llta firm of J. (Joldwater & Co., Iina old all her right, title and interest in the raitl firm to Lemuel Gold water, who will in future be n full partner in all the firm's business house. The pres ent firm of J. Goluwater & Co. con sists of J. Goldwafcr, A. Guindani and fxmuicl Goldwater, who will collect all accounts dae the late firm and who will pay "ill liabilities of said firm. J. Goumyateix it Co. Dated Fiirbank, Jan. 10, 1SS9. 1-21 Your Children Are constantly exposed to danger from Colds, Whooping Cough, Cronp, and diseases pocullar to tho throat and lungs. For such ailments, Ayer' Cherry rcctoral, promptly adminis tered, affords speedy reliel ana care. As a remedy for Whooping Cough, with wlncn many oi our ciuiarcu wo uiilicted, we used, during the past win- tr. vrith much satisfaction. AVer's Chorry Pectoral. For this affection, we consider this preparation the most effi cacious ot nil tho medicines which have como to our knowledge. Mary Park hurst. Preceptress, liorao tor little Wanderers, lioncaster, Md. . My children have been peculiarly sub ject to attacks of Croup, and I failed to tied any cifectlvo remedy until I com menced adininlstcricg Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. This preparation relieves the difficulty ct breathing and invariably cures tho complaint. David G. Storks, Chatham, Columbia Co., K. V. I have used Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral la my family for many years, and hare found it especially Taluable in Whooplm; Cough. This medicine allays .1 1 irritation , pre venu inflammation from extending to tho lungs, and quickly sab due' nnv tendency to Lun; Complaint. J.B. Wcllinston.Plainviilc.Mlcli. . I find no medicino so effective, for croup aim v nooping iongh, an Ayer a Cherry Pectoral. It saved the life of my little boy, only six months old, carrrintr him safely through the worst case of Whooplnc Couch I ever saw. Jane Malone, Piney Plats, Tenn. It 4 Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, rrepsrtd by Dr. J.C. Aycrss Co., Lowill, VfiM. bold t r all VnggUlt, frtoe 1 ; aU bollU, at. AUTIU1.KS Of 13iCUl:P3UAT o or the Mltilln NltTer MlalHf: Cesa pinr. -TrE.iriE UJJDEIISIOXED, IIERSDY AS- J Klall otirtelvca tojetier aa a corf era tion tna-r pad porta nt to the law of tboTerrl Ioit or Arizsaa for the parpoe I tranactior the tn-l3e brreln et foifi and bereby sdo;t tbe f ItowUc Art clea or laenriitr'tloa: AllrlCLK I. Tbe earned salt ccrporallon la the Stihuvo filter Mimo Coxravr. ARTICLE II. Tlienamearflheorpotatorf are A II '"elaey, JobnM MoM-oTierT. ttdwin EtidUy, Jantra K. I rcbticttr, WiTs'm I. DcAimlt, y . F. Me Cootand Iluni.rT r"ibrr. Airii'Li: in. Tberiiatlpal pUceof l,alner-aof raid corpora i Ion 1 tbe City of Tomba'oQe. la tbe cuentynf (.bl e, Tirnto-y of Arizona, tmt a brancb etizi for ttc raLact!oo cf aid co-po-ate bmi lle-. I lo-atcd at lb Cltr of I'litrbarg, In tbe Mate of INnopylvania. at which place t ic taeet-ln?-o: the riixkboldera aad dlrectiraof raid corjoratlou may be beld. AHTU'LE IV. The general mlti -e of the baioeta pnpoed to ltrascted 1: Ibe (rectloa and maintalalng of ailil at d foresee and ell auxiliary apiIiaee fdrtnllllcs sud redncio; gold, fhrei, copper or other ore-, and warkU;: and reflolnts si.ta.f. Alio OTiinr, pcrch'sinr. aelllns, leaitnr, pot reealng and op rating mine andmiLlrj; proper ties and lha uece-ary Itcdt f r cobdticunzlbe Lupiavxcf ald corporation; also tbe parrhaae and rale of ore and tbe mllllni and redaction or the raaie and the parcbase slo aaleof the various prosacta tb-rof ; a d carrying on and conducting a Kcural n-laina lui ne. AltTICLE V. Tbe ainou t of the capital tnck of aatd eorport tlon it h reby antacrlaed at Fire Hundred Tbou iid di'I'ira. which la fully paid up stock, and ublcb Ic divided luto One Hundred Thoarand harra of tbe par valne each of Fire dollar, acd a'd corporation l astborlz d to reclve rain' acd mtnins propertlet In payment fur f aid capital rtock Ibe a:d capital ,'t and tba shares thcoecf hall be non in -a.M AUTICLE VI. Thn itiratlon cf raid corporation shall be Twta'T tHeyea a from Ibe da'ecf tbUIaatru meat. AKTI-LE VII. The bi!nes sod affairs of raid corporation hall be cotdected by ceadl.ctois. ao shall cona'Unlc a lloarj of nirictor'. fra'd d recors bill be chosen Immed'.au lj after th HMDs of these articl , and tberanrr anucullr at the an nail mtetiozi f th- ock Laldrrs, which shall be he'don tbi ra: iljkday ,.f May In each year. Sa'd Irertets ruall orgactzo cnmc'late'y afer trt- adjournment of each satud milnsuf rock toId.rp and sbal, choose float imoir Ihili neza br a Trtsidant. ecearr and Trta-anr. who shall Ixt th : ofacire o said board acd of said c, m parr. AUTICLE VIII. Tie hichrst amonut of Indcbtcdccs or li.Ullity director corilineert lowh'cb sa:d crpoiatton 1 actK rized atanrilme to 3lJct l"if I be.cby limited to One Hundred Thc led DoLars. ARTICLE IX. Tha prlratejr-pcr.yol ibesucLho'dera of ral l cr;oratln ( hcr.b dclred to beexttupl hum c--irinrata dcMs. I,i wi nr whereof t"i ccucrjlmed biv bere- ncto set tut ir bauds ar.il seals this 2ud day of Occcate.-, l!: A. II. IISISEY. atau JOIIX M. MOTG0MERY, stat KliVVIM IIINIiLhY, aeai. VrM. Y. Its AltVIIT. srI J. E. UMUsTAETlEIt, pvsl. V. F. y.cCOOK. aaat. II. T, KISIIEK. StaU Terrl'ory sf .rani, I Couttycf Cochise, ( Eefore me. Upward F. Ilerrlnz, a notary public la and foraatd couuty.on thl aij persacalyap. pear.d II. T. Fisher, known to me to bs tbe per son whose came tssabscr bed to the forigtiC In eminent, and acknowledged to roe that hecze cutcd tbe same fir tbe purpoee atd cocsidcrailos tUitlaxtre;ed G.vt n under ray hard sxd seal of rfllce, this tut ITthslayof January. A. D. 1S-9 HOWAUU F. HEKEIXIS. Sclary Fnblir, Slate of renn-ylrsila. I . County ol Aleclieny. I Before me, F 1. Barr. a Sotary Pablie Is and for paid Coca and btato. on Ibt day person, ally appesre-l . 11. llrl.er, John at. lluntsum , tdwlt Einaler. 'm F. PeArmllt. J K. Lmbaiactter and IV. F- McCook, whos asme cressbscrlbenta tbe foregoing inatrument, and sclincwIcJoT tome that ibexecoteo tbe same fur the purpoeea and coaeiceratlon therein ex preface. Given acdrr or hand and aval cf cfice this 2Stb defJasnTy,A.D. 1MJ. SotaiUI aeJ F. X. IIAEn, Kotary Fablle. A!henr Coctty, I,. State of Fcnnsvlvanla, 1 , , . . I, I avid K McGunnrr.lt. Clerk ot the Court of Qia'trr Sessiotis, in and f r lb Comity of AI ettUny, In the commonwealth of i'cnnevlvanla. Ibe earn'" being a court of law snd recjrd, do by thtsepreicnts certify lhat F.X.Earr, Ksq, be fore wbon the f.rolos acknowledcaaeat wai tskrn, at d who baa tbereoalo. In hla own proper handw-.ltln;, snbecrlbftl his name, was st that t nisr.dl a Notary rablic In and fjr said county of Allegheny, riaiy commissioned ai d -worn, and sutboriardiy law of tnecommonwisltb f rVn.s srlsr.la.to taleaQldavl's "d a'kcowledinnenta uf de.Ha f.ir lirds and real estate In saidcommoa wetltli of Pennsylvania, and toa!l wbe'eac a a each denial hand credit ars,aad or rlgbtousrht to lx s-ivrn. !iircEot tbo Culled btatea and Sjaewbrre. . . I further ccrttiy tuat m iortroiaB acanowi c crnei t wis taken in accordance with the laws of th State of l'cnnylvi la IxVuTinuHT Wiiacror. I have hereunto set rnvharrtandafflielibesealof the said Court at Fittsbure, In ibs i!d Cttn'y, thla twesty-Blntb Csy rf Januvv, lo ihe jcar of our Lord, one I'loa.acd e'Rbt handrrJ aadtlzhty nine. ("mloftlieCcurtof irur Se-alon. D. K. McGUSX-CLK. lleshnyC'oii.ty ) ClerK. At the rony.Clani Juice. Tryit.28tf S. TRXSOLET, WIIOLKPALK . AND KLTAIL . IiUTCHEU . Alleu Mtreet. betnreu 5th ana Otli. I have a Large and Well Assorted Stock of Fresh Meats, Hams, Bacon, Bolognas. Lard, Fork Sausage. Head Cheese, Eastern Pickled Pork. Corned Beef, Tripe and Pig's Feet Highest Cash Price paid for Choice Dtef, Poik and Mutton and Game and PoullrY. MDBBM rKOHPlLV FILLED A5D 111E C1TV 1JI!:E PAPAGO Gash Store, Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th. Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, Choice Brands ot KENTUCKY WHISKY. AND Grain of all .Kinds Ktpt Ct.ntt.uit.jr en JItnd snd SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES. -OF- ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES Cositantly oa IUr.il. Jaltf Comet Saloon AUcn St., Itct. Gth and 7th PASQUALE NIGRO, PROP, Evcryoae kcowa that tbe Finest J of Imported WINES, LIQU0K3, D CIGARS, Are alwaja Vept at this OM Stand. Billard and Pool Tables Drop in and Satisfy Yourself. 3-12tf SUNDAY HERALD, Pntllihed at Ns;tK-, Arizona. J.J.CIIAtllAM.KDITOI'.ANDI'ROl'ltlETOI! Publithea the meat reliable and latest Sot.ora cewa. The beat weekly paper published In Arizona Territory. Is the best adveniluemrdinmror those wlsblss; to bring their bnslnfss before tho Mexican people. ONLT S TBR TE'K. NESD FOR A SAMPLB COPV. THE TRASK HOUSE Beaaasj, Artcaaa. Ladies and Gentlemen If you tlnir. Good Beds and Pleasant Kooms, go to MRS. L T.'TRASK'S HOUSE OrEK AT ALL HOURS. San Podro St, Benson, Ariz. Talco you prceription to Yongc's Drug Store. 12 ltf I)EI.IVEHK1 TO A.W PAUT OF OK CHAUCfl PiONEERSTORE Cor. 5th and Fremont St?. JOE HOEfLeR, - PROP'R. PCALXniN General Merchandise. MINERS' and RANCHERS' Supplies si Specialty. ACEXT FOIt IMi'ItOYZD AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, And the Celebrated Turbine Wind-Mills TENTS. WAGON COVEIU, Buckeye Force-pump, Fresh Garden Flowers and Field Seed Oonstsntly on Hand. inrTlf tr-Ovm B.OOO.ODO rerla tiJ'e that rs IC1 Ut lo bss Snd. of tb larewt ial zzzxl rtliabla hoQ&e. asd tocjr tuo Ferry's Seeds l-;5rvD. M FEKKT 4 OO. ara 2X &ckiulsdeil to L tbo vithoQtoftlsnncit. 7ni'. 3v y3iPiS'irSt Seedsmen 33$5l5Viti In the world. ifSEEDANHlJAL WlTAyrorrn,.rE JStv3s-i-i . HZFfP o all sppUcant.. and a. 47?A talajftVssrrnat.A. la.iiaUiM. l,bv;IJs.ndrorit. Addr. . Q.H.FERnY&CO.,Dcfro;t,ESicb. Just received at Jos Ilneflcr's Pio seer siore, a uo lot of grass seeds SGcll 31 Alfalfa. Hlack Oats, ilttngariar. Ked and Whito Clover Burr Clover, Alfilari, . .Tolineoa Grass. Kentaclv Blue Grasr. N. NABD1NA Cor. Allen & Fifth St., Tombslone. KEErS ONLY TIIC CHOICEST Groceries and Provisions FINEST IJlr-OI.TED AND DOMESTIC WINES LIQUORS, Etc. CTTJon't f.til to give liira a call. A jTaiiiiiti-s riincorerj-. "Another wcndetful discovery has been marie .nd lhat too try a lady in this count v. Disease ustenedits clutches upon her, and lor secn jears she withstood its severest tests, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. lor three; months she coughed in cessantly and could not sleep. M,e ouj;M cf is a bottle of Dr. Kincs cw Uscoierr for Cnnsumotion and was ic much relieved on take Intr the first dose that she slept all night, and " i th one bottle has been miraculously cured Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutr.' Thus writ V. CJUmricUSu Co. . &f Shelby. S. C-Ge free trial Dottle at . Youje s nrus store. Tl-e Verdict I'nauitnons. r. P. SuI. PrnrrM.T'.i'-pn'. Ir.d, e.t!f.e. "I esn recsnitwt-n't Kle:r,c ft t rir a 'he 'erv I, -t nmeiiT. Every Irct.le sld las rlvrj relief In ev.rj lo.tsne- ono man took sir bottles, acd was cor nr ilenmilisni oi lew visre sisau Ine. Abmbam Hare, Crurrlst Hilivlile, Ohio, alrm, 'ncbl flltnj racd'clno I hare ever hindled In mr S8 jurats' ejperlsi-c. Is Khctrle hitters." Ttousanns of othe's have adOi t'.clr inorT. so tlst Ibe t iilct Is utiDimfm mat Fl-eir'c Vl-icrs da en eallela.es t.f the I.Iv r. Klduevs o- M I. Old r a half dollar a bottle, at Tcnju'a Lny S.orc.