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h. n u K .'i HI t , TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. rlUSB P.TMT Bl'XDAT. ARIZONA KICKER niat r U Jar I'X MOUths.... suuauvnuis. M 00 , 3 00 It ! ssid that Mr. Cluvtlaud's fare well message lo congress, whiou he is now preparing, will be demoted almost excluthaly to tlie money question. Official returns baxe now been re ss'iTed from all tbe close states and the total electoral vote lor Uryan is 171. Tbe one TOte in Wyoming, which was in doubt, has been settled in lavor of Bryan, and one Bryan elector is choen io Kentucky by a majority of 2,000 oer the lowest McKinley elector. Parties in tbe city of Mexico have secured patents on a process tu manu facture coffee brandy, called Coferino' Tbit it produced by the dlttillation Irsm eoflee husks, which hitherto have been oontidered waste material. It is proposed to put this brandy on the market in Mexico and alo in tbe UnUed States. GexeraL Miles basfollowod in Gen. Sobsfields footsteps by advocating a revision of the law of 16S5 which lin.its the atreagth of tbe army to 23,000 msn. Id bit annual report be suggests tbat the minimum strength, should be one oldier to ever.? 2,000 ciliiens ami tbe maximum one soldier toevtry one thousand citizens. Tbe decision in th" United States eojireme court overruling the decision of Judge Kois of California, and sus taining tbe constitutionality of the Wright irrigation law, is one of the most important decisions, in regard to its effect upon the interests of all tbe irritation elates, that has ever been made by tbe supreme court. According to the annual report of Paymaster General Stewart, tne oost of maintaining the United States navy last year, inclusive of an increase to it and the permanent improvements at yards and docks, wax $15,495,802. Tbe money and material spent in arming and equipping the naval militia, not including material Imned to tbe states was ?2G,lb6. New Jersey now has 29.72 miles of railway lo every 100 tquars miles of territory. This it a larger percentage of traok area than if contained in any other state. Massachusetts comes next, with 2G.35; Pennsylvania next with 21.07; Ohio.21.13; Connecticut, 20.81; Rhode Island, 20.37. In the proportion of railroad mileage to in habitants, Arizona If ads there being 109.51 miles of railway to every 10,000 f population in tbat territory. M. and S. Frees. Referring to the fact that a number of women have been elected to the legislature in some of the equal suf frage state?, the Salt Lake Herald aye; "The pretence of women in tbe legislature will be not to prevent all legislators from saying what they with to, but to compel them to say it in better ttyle. And fu tbe manner impievee to will tbe matter. Nothing tbat hat transpired in Utah thowt greater advancement in civilization than tbe election of women to the leg islature." Now comet the French etsayiat darkly hinting tint Europe may not take the seme view of the Monroe doctrine as England. It is est very long since the English were pooh poobtag the idea that tin re was any thing that would march iu tbe Mon roe doctrioe, but now thsy are pro ceeding under it just theeimeasif it had been embodied in the first edition of Valel. Tbe Monroe doctrine it a fixture and our French and other con tinental friends would do nell to make memorandum of the fact. What tbe United Stales sayt about this hemUphere jroMtAPAi'Wi&i'-iUen' Ter News. "We had an epidemic of dysentery in this vicinity last summer," says Samuel S. Pollock, of Briceland, Cal. "J was taken with it and suffered severely until some one called my attention to Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I procured a bottle and felt better after the first dose. Hefore one half of the bottle had been used I was well. I recommended it to my friends and their experience as the same. We all unite in saying it is the best." For ale by Druggists. "stm zj jim r tMsup w -sei sssww cue .mm -as BISBEE ISKWS. liiMiKE, Nov. '18, 1SV6. rorrakiso'. Jake Shearer and Mr. Duval were in tewn for a short time yetterday on business, but left for borne in tbe early forenoon. They are as busy as any one with their cattle interests just now and on the move much of the time. An unusually large number of trav eling men came in on the train this evening. There seemed to be quite a little competition between eeveral cf the gentlemen wbo were all anxious to get the large order which Blewett and Rurattle generally place about this time ol tbe year. We are afraid tbe gentlemen nearly all got leit as we bear that Mr. Kucastle intends going east himself to select the large stock which he intends to get in iu the early spring. Quite an amuiiug j ike has justeome to light ou cue of our most dignineJ and respected citizens. This tim? it is no less a personage than Mr. W. A. Harvey, the superintendent of the A. and 8. E, railroad, a gentleman who it tuppoted to possess hit dignity and composure at all times. He lost his presence of mind for a few moments tbe other afternoon, however, and as a consequence has had to etand the maoy jibes and jokes of his nu merous friends for several days now, and still tbe end romei net. It seem tint on the alernoon in question Mr. Harvey was intently en gaged in watching the loading of stock at tbe cattle pens. In eomo inex plainable way he managed to reach n position between the cirs and the stock pens within a tew feet of the chute at tbe very time that an excited tteer took to rearing and plunging, ending a moment later by trying to jump out between tbe car and the chute on tbe side immediately next tu him. Of course tbe poor animal was caught and held so securely tbat it could not have got out in a week by itself, but the proximity of tbe acci dent was a little too much for the gen tleman's nerves and the way ho got out of that vicinity aud scrambled up the side of a box car would bave done credit to a professional athlete. Our informant told us that he did noi feel safe even there and was unable to breathe freely until after the animal was roped and tied to a poet' by an accommodating cowboy, but we think h probably a little excited himself and unable to note things lust exactly as they occurred. At any rate we were assured that it took almost fifteen minutes to get the poor animal loose, and tbat Mr. Har vey was minus some of bis enthusiasm for tbe balance of tbe day. It was surely a most unfortunate incident and one to be regretted by tbe victim. Mr. and Mrs. Green, who bave been in town for several daye past, left for their home on the train this morning John E. Williams returned from Tombstone tbia evening, having com pleted all bis business for the time being. George Wills returned this evening from a short trip to Tombstone on personal busfnest. He is one of the few who have gone to the county teat voluntarily during the past two wtekt. M. J. Brophy returned last evening from Tombetone with a very pretty tmile playing about tbe corners cf his mouth. Mike was lucky enough to get excused from bis court dutiee and at a consequence wat only absent about two days. Ben Williamt, Prtff. Douglart and the balance of the party who were with them on their trip to look over the Nacotsri mining property, return ed last evening after an absence of about to weeks. They had a very good trip, taken all iu al), and got bfk fully at quick as they at i time e7o'' u- -.,ariurlon, the 7jieuere',hae eo increased within the patt two'montht ihvt he has found it ntcetse-y to engage a buttress man ager to look after part of hit estab lishment hile lie attends personally to the cutting ami ordering. He hte heea fortunate enough to secure for tbit position that extremely popular and cspTibl young gentleman Mr. Chat. Brand?, who Iks resigned bis position in the company store, and who will now give the bntineet bis undivided attention. Warburton tayt he will have to tend away lor another first-class tailer in a lew daye as the three now employed have more tban they ran attend to. o HJ ? " n i B o m o s t- r c 2" -t 3 S 2. r s 2 E m CO H C CO CO o p DlssTKICT COURT Cases Heard Before that Trib unal Tcdav. Territory vt Jose Cruz Jury return ed verdict of guilty of assault with in tent to commit murder, with recom mendations of mercy. Souteneed to 8 yean in Yuma. Comacho vt Blackburn Agreed by both parties that judgment be rtn dered during vacatiun. Reilly Perkins et al Submitted, decision to be rendered during vaca tion. Vaughan vs Newman Case on 'trial as ne go to pre-'. McXairve Lutlts and Bryant Judg ment for plainlitf. Warnekros o Huddy & Uazelwcod Judgment for plaintiff. Barrott f Greenf Judgment for pUiutifl for $303 and costs. Kate ard vs White Writ denied. Notice of appevl given. Wills s Wills Dixorce denied en ground ol want of evidence. Woress vs Dountlh Continued fey consent. Board of Supervisors s Probate Judge Submitted and agrurd that judgment be entered first day of next term. m J. C. Martin has published the Pret colt Journal-Miner fourteen ere. Sonora oranges are now ripe and are commencing to come across the line. J. V. Vickers, wbo ha be-n on a short bUfine trip lo Bi-bee, returned tidav. A di'patch vsas received today from Dr. Gordon stating that he would be at home. Monday next. Miss eIIIo Walsh, who came over from Phenix with the remains of her mother, returned home last night. District court mil hold here until next Monday but not longer as cour opens in Tucaen on the 2tlh, which it next Tueedav. Marcus A. Smith, our delegate to congretf.came in on the noon coach and will remain with us for a few days One of the new 100 ton furnaces of the Old Dominion Copper company at, Globe was blown in Oct. 17 and proves to be a great success. Mr. J. B. Parks seveml daye ago tttstained a piinful injury by having hit horee fall with him. The horse was al full speed when lie stepped into a badger hole and turned a complete summersault. Mr. Parks had his writt tpraiued and r.ne tide of his fact) badly lacerated. Hit injuries were very painful but by Saturday morning be was sufficiently recovered to resume range woik and went with the outfit to the Lap Circle ranch to brand calves. New. During the first seven months of 1896 there was imported into the cut torn district of Arizona more gold bul lion than all of the following ports put together: San Francitcn, Detroit Philadelphia, New Orleans Mobile, and Puget Sound, and ' Its exeeptiou of tl" Kirt- of Nw York and Cbgm nUi.- nne-fixirth of all ill" gold bul- t-fTi al.v t"icnirkBhl fact that whil there era-rwarl j-fourteen and a half million to gold coin imported during the same period, not one dollar came thrcugl) the prrt of Ni gnUr. -'hi- Isi.roTery HoIUIsI.tle, Mr. G. Caillouelte, Druggist, Beater aville, III., save: "To Dr. King's New Du-covery I owe my life, Wat taken with L Grippe and triea all the phy sicians, but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Having Dr. King's New Discovery in my store I sent for a bottle and began its use and from the first dote began to get bet ter, and after uting three bottle was up and about again. It is worth tit weight in gold. We won't keep store or house without it." Get a free t tall the Tombstone Drue Store. 11 S to n I r3To C l $ w H IS- O g 5- O s - MM CO I 9 B i '?& s-lf 35 E.F YAQUI OUTBREAK. Another Revolution Feared At the LineCitv. There was a great scareon thx Meii can side lsst night, says the Vidette, occasioned by the newt that a letter wat placed on the detk of President Ramirex and tigned by Valencia and Guitimea both leadert of tbe tail Yaqui raid on Nugalst Sonera. The letter wat full of threats against the oticial and people on the other side of the line and very bitter toward Contuel Mat- carenas who was largely instruments! in subduing the Yaqms. Arms were hurridly connected and should the huted Yaquis again appear their recep tion would be a warm one indeed as the indignant citizens are prepared to wipe them effthe lace of tbe earth. Last Aucust while uorkn.p in the har- v.cl 1.4 1 K 3trt nr.rh.Dorl wne ttH. denly attacked ith cramps and wat neaily dead. Mr. Cummins, the drug gist, gave me a dose of Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which completely relieved me. I now keep a bottle of the remed) handy. A. M. BUNNELL, Centerville, Wah For sale by Druggists, THANKSGIVING DAY. The Governor Issues His An nual Proclamation. Teeritokv cv Aeizoni, Executive Oincr. To the people ef Arizona Greeting; Aapople wesheuld bedevoutedly thankful for thebles'ings and benefac tiriH ttiat have been vnuchedsaf to us luring the current year. States, like perrons, have their epochs of activity and deprie-iuu, aflar liuurs (' suffer ing there usually coxae period of com puritiv ease. We thould not be un mindful of iho Eratilude e owe al mighty God for His Divine favor, and should rejoice over the events of the past year which promise so much for the future of ourTrrritory and Nation, Arizona has been favored with plenti ful rains and bountiful harvests whiob ensure good returns to the husband men and a renewal of industrial activ ity. We have been in the full ejjoy ment of civil and religious liberty, and our advancement in the arts and sciences, ard the development otintell eclual and moral power has made con tinued progress. In accordance with the time honor ed custom, and in compliance with the proclamation of the President of the United States,!, Ber.jamin J. Franklin Gokerner of the Territory of Arizona by virtue of the powr conferred upon me by law do hereby designate and eet apart Thursday the 2G.h day of the present month of November to be kept and observed by the people of Arizona at a day of thanksgiving and praise, and I do hereby recommend that on t!,atday the people abstain eo farat pot tible from their ordinary puriuitt and occupations, and assemble in their ue- ual places of worship to offer thanks to God in tpirit and in truth. It it a day especially appropriate for the worka of charity and mvey, re membering tha'all our doings without -.--:. ...!- -i trual this tery bond of peace and all virtues will be exemphfitd in lha (bservsnee Of the day. That those w io have been bUteed with prosptrity and plenty should remember with sympathy the unfortunate and needy, add by gener ous contributions from their bounty to tbe poor, enable all to share in the general Thanksgiving. I Witness WHEREnr, I have hereunto eet my hand and caused the (ebUL) great Seal of the Territory to be affixed this 16 dsy of November A. D. 189S. Dokb at riiCEifix, the Capital, this 16th day of November, A. D. 1896. By the Governor. BENJAMIN J. FRANKLIN. r. B. DEVJ5B1EUX, Aest, Secretary of the Territory. INSPECTOR WATKUUURY Writes His Superior Officer Concerning the Koblier.s. I'o.lotlice Inspector Watrrliiiry who is mtling his round in-ciog tlix Arizona pnatofllcet, wrote from l!ie to thi Divikii.n Chief at Denver o! tho pnstotlice robberies by Flack Jack and bird. His letter covers depredations iu New Mexico and Arizona fiuce July 20Ial, at which time the pustoflico at Separ, Grant rouoly, New Mexico, was robbed by holdups. Since that tittle the same gaug has attempted to hold up the Atlantic It Pacific mail train at Hio Puerco station in New Mexico, the Siuthern Pacific mail train at at Deming, New Mexico, and the post olc.s at Bowie station and at Tevis ton this county, iu describing the operalions.Intpi-ctor Waterbury writes as follows from Boh it" "I'titsa same bandits have success fully held up and robbed four stages on the San Autonio aud White Oi, New Mexico stage hue, cutting open tbe pouches and ritiiug the registered mail, robbed the Sepir postollice a second time, held up the postmaster and robbed tint poslomce at San Simon, Cochise county. Arizona, six teen miles east of here, made au attempt to rob the Novates, Arizoaa, bank at midday, aud robbed Huachuca Sidiug. 'They bave killed three intra a Mr. Parker near White Oak", and v. bo had informed ou them, another cattleman ou the Gila liiver, whose name I have not es yet learned, aud one of the United BUtsa customs officer), who was in a sheritl's posse, following them above tho Mc-xicau boundxry line after the attempt on the Nogalea bank, aud named Kubsou. "In their attempt to rob the postof fice at this place. Postmaster Wicker bam took a shot nt one of then, the bullet going within a few inches of Black Jack'a head, since which time the gang emit word to the postmaster that they would come back and kill him on sight. "When they lobbed the pustntfiee at San Simon, they brutally pounded the poatmaster over the hrad with a revol ver when dowunt'd kicked him ito in sensibility. "When they robbed the Separ pott ffice a second time they pounded the eld postmaster, Col. Milligen, over tho head with a rtvolvtr in a ehamelul manner, practlciug at him as a target with their revolvers. "In the second Separ robbery thoy first held up the Southern Pacific rail way agsnt, and alter taking all of the railway aud express companitrs'.money, as well aa ni own, they compelled him, at the point ol a Winchester, to march in front of them with a mask on and go into the store and postotlice ahead and lo order the crowd to throw up their hands, so if any one was shot he would be the firs, one hit." Two I.ivoslSuveil. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas of Junction City 111., was told by her doctors she had con sumption and that there was no hope for her, but tuo bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery cured ner, and she s)S it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Esgers, 139 Florida St., S in Francisco, sjtTcred from a dreadful cold, approiching consump tion, tried without result everything che hen bought one bottle of Dr. Kind's New Di-coverp and in two weeks was cured. He is nvunlly thankful. It is ruch results, of which there are samples that proe the wonderful efnevy ot the medicine in coughs aad colds. Ftec trial bottles at Tombstone and Bisbee drug stores, Regular size 50c and Sl.oo Pure Blood Is tK- Fcretof the rrntoration to health vhich J iood's Sr saparil.a gi i--. "It clvea raff pleasure to recocj-zc-zd Hood's Cana pir!l!s. It Las cared rza cf many cons I'lalnts, and ymr! Cti. - 1 . sj troublcJ ttUIi lay liver, had h!; dLes nd other troatles.ri.hsTrc!- Inj cf n:y angles. CS Fcr a Io? ti:so I ha 1 to walk with a 'S rase. Tcr aercral J ycarj I 7a1jjradaal- I had tbe if rip in a breaking down. erere form. I rrocurcd X bottles of Hood a lSarfTa-Il i ad It bmt sue op. Ujr recovery Ioe to listed' SarajmrUU. AH xny ills have con and I feel like a new lTon. I !elwelIdelthetii'., MXS. CUAKLOTrK KULI.7. IlajWeWdi. Cal. Hood's Sarsapariila la the only tra- Mood pnrifler prom Jnent .7 la tbe public tyo today. Try it. HaiuI'ii Dills ccro !t3sl eoniCj The Worlds Fair Testa thawed no baklnz powder to pare or so great la leay . mlag power ms tbe Bnval m k u&csz&mi 5 nHtSS!kj A HUViiRR!) THOUSvVNIj,! Tin Suit of liursTiiriu tl Ont a Lit FoiIiiii: W.Mliifc-iav morning on h 10 Hi) tr.iin for t'alili.ruia. linn, ifoi t. M. Swnc, nti,ri!tiMi.!-ut (f la Korltihn .Mining imd Milling ennpau), vitt throtiKh Yum io rn-ti iy of a h-tr f gold bullion which, hr ui-tunl v. i t; 1 1 1 waa vtorth ili-tiorinfiiii tuni of .i'JJ, Gii.tlD. 'I ht bir inr. tided tlir ' ten da) a clrHii-uiii., or thiriy davc iiiuuii g o! the miitj-.-'tniiip mill f the iom pany. I ins i tie largte: month'-. clean up th ci inptny hu tvi-r inudr, but they i-X( n to reach the hundred thousand rt ark bi-fore long. TliL' out put liai inorcip..! pli mnnih, ard he poariMlrie of the mine seem un limited, Yn'na Sntinet. Tbr 'Vy i-itiiiii Itie lt--.U. We will suppose th it jour occuptticn is sedentary- that jour are rh lined, so to speak to the desk in some counting hou(c or perhaps to the lom in some vast mill Khere you aie compelled to Ubor from morning to night. Sunday is vour onlv day of relaxation. Yuu return home every eiemng wearied mentally and bodily. Your heahh and strength begin to fail. What mil most effectually it cuperatc vour vital energy The weight of evidence points to no other conclusion than that Ho-,tetter' stomach liitier is vojrsatest, most reliable sheet anchor. Use it persis'entlv, and our s stem will soon regain us pristine vi"or. Everv function will receive a bed hful impulse. There is no remedy to equal the Unters for nevousness and w.nt ol sleep, dyspepbia, constipttion and billiouness. It aerts and remedies all forms of mal arial disease, and is a preventive ol heumatism and neuralgia. "Hero's a summer resjrt note," said the assistant editor. "What's the resort?" ailed the city ditor without looking up from hia work. "Yuma, Aruons'replicd the a-i-taiit. "The average tem;iernture there in summer, is said to b 120 degrees.'' "Nich kind ot euuiruer reoort that would be," snorted the city editor. "1 gut-ss you don't know- the theory of thi? summer seiorl btiiness. It'-i in- intended to invigorate man and put him in wrnper physical condition to meet what future may have in store for him." "That's why I refered tu Yu'.m a? n summer rcaor'," toutined the u-i-tant "It's just the kind of place properly to prepare some men for thf hereafter." Chicago Post. PROIOSA FOR FORAGE AND S'l RAW Office ot Chief Qairtermisier,, Denver Colo , Noinnber, 3 186 trall propria, in triplicate, will l-e received here and at oftice of Qiirtcrniaster at each pot Ik-Io-a narnd uitu 11 o'clock, a w.. 120th mndun time. Decem ber a, 1896, and then o;enedfor furnthing Fur age and Atrav, at Fort. Grant. Iiu.cftuca, st.li.pcKt of an (. a'los an-1 Whinpe HarracKV A I . Forts RimM and Wingate. V, M,, I-orts Duuta? au 1 DafTi-nr. Utah, and Fort Iojan Colorado, dur.n-r tU frst il er t nding J une 3. 1 897 . I 'ripes is fcr I quantities less tnan in- v.noe reqmreu, or ioraeier at point othT ttian triise narneo;, will be cntertimed. Th right is resrctt to reject any or all propals o any pi-i thereof. Information furni'lied 01 application here or at offices of respective post qianeimastrr. hn veljpes to le marked '!rooals for For age and Mraw." L. D AT'OOD Major Cht Q. M First Insertion Nov. 4u TOMESTONF, Oct, 29, 1B96 TO LL WHOM I T MAY CONCERN' TKe notice. That on the 28th day of Septem ber. t$A ithetlrm af llaileood and Haddv, doing bus ner.s at Pcarc county ot Cochise, A T. morteaecl to feo M Flits all the st"ck. in trade and personal prop rty of said firn iiclud inc the book accounts, and give him possession of the same, anl the wme pi open v and bosk. account were attached in the suit ol t If War nelro. I!azlewood& Huddy This is therefore to warn all p-r sons who are indebted to said firm not to pay the nie to the said H-ttlewood a Huddy, cr e.therof ther, as sucn payment will not o- recftcn2PrI byua. c; I! HI Ts. V B VvARNhKRO -3iol W'A H ED SOI.K ITORS FOF CWU PAICSN Htok "Bryan Sewall an 1 Free Nihtc ai.th nx d by It-yan wtutn by R. t.Me.aalf edrorOmahaWo-U H-r- -inrtinted author bonanza fo-agents, a free si'ver mm- fnr work, ers; only ft t.fo; the only auth im hook $n per cs-ct; credit givtn; frncht piid; outfit fre-, ile; n now with cho'ce of territory; refmner.t. profi table work for 0. Address Tbe N'arional Hook Concern, Star buiMinf ChkafO. jw 1 ft MASHOOD RESTORED tloa ot a rsmam tsia II. sW i w Ra AJ jj BEFORE snd AFTEH aVn'thr'.VV-'Sfi''-1'' '. " CITFIDKVK trssnethotlsind rstni-ta amsill u rraavn sjun fuo m box, twi fr fioo, by mail. Bend for mcc aoMBsroNB Scrofula Is a deep-:eatcil blood disease which all the mineral i.iixturrs in the world canuotcure. P.S.' IzvaiavUed purely ieetabc ) i-. a r al lilocal remedy for blooil diseas.- sn.t !:a .10 ential. Mrs. Y.T. Iiud .of Dclaney, Ark., had Scrolula for tv. -fi- e -vars aud most of the time v.a mkr tbe care of the doctors v. hoc, n . Jim-1-- ' t rLlicve her. A . .'-iali'-t said he 1 iiid cure her, but he filled her with .r""i.;c and potash vhirii almost niiued her con tittitiun. She tlifti tool. nearly every fc-callel blood mcliciue and diank thtmby the wholesale. 'C-V'thul they did not Vy ,!icr trouble. reacu &4H. Some S ? cue advised her to trv O..O. tk.A MIC YCly soon found that she had a real blood remedy at lart. She says: "After tak ing one dozen bottles of S.S.S. I am perfectly well, my skin is clear and healthy and I would not be in rny former condition for two thousand dollars. Instead of drying upthepoison in my system, like the otash and arsenic, S.S.S. drove the disease out through the skin, aud I v.as perma nently rid of it." A Real Blood Remedy. S.S.S. never fils to cure Scrofula, Eczema, Rheumatism Contagious Blood Poison, or au disorder of the blood. Do not rely upon a simple tonic to cure a deep-seated blood disease, but take a real blood rtmedv. ! ".-- ' c o , 1. Our books free upon appli cation. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. Lc.'.C'.:i V-i f.'trvsuc t;.i-il.!y, s. M a-i u Inn aud fif? Z'iw r..r.td cf LrfMM V-i'T tr-"-"-- il l-ll T - rffh'l -- Itrl-l, -N'blo t' ir,i 1!" ' i.ilar,--! a&t Countrl1. .-: I 'or !- nrtfo J;ik, . i!analiua and irv.n, ai.iil.d iutcdf lri.. ERIE MEDICAL r.Q.,Buffsfj,K.Y. A rJk - .yrtViwi mm:jg& .3lSS ;0 - CSlC:i PAT6HT3, c5 ccrYr;i::r3. it. Korln'rinat'onail f-ce ur 1 rito KLN u i.u. :i,l i:coiD'Ar. Nt v Vokc Oldest lur-aa t - r i -t.i. Amrt ca. Jre-vrt' r' ,'Pm. , I .: lIcr. e.opu,icL('i,i.i.M.i,:fMit.i..t.. .ir.T! in tL Irrc I'ill. Send yrur .iddress to H. E. IJcklen 3c Co , Chirajjo, and Krt .1 free satnpl.- bo of Dr. Kind's New Life TilU. A irra uill convince ou of their merits. These pilU are ca$) in action and are ptt c uUrly effective in the cure of constir at on nd stck hei achr. Kor ml.-rta ind hver trouble, they hive been proved .u valiible. Thev are jjuar.mtcrd to be ptrfo tly free fron every deleteno 15 sub stance and to be purely vegetile. They do not weaken by their action, but by Rivin; ton- to the siomich and bmel erectly invigorate the stem Regular size 25c. per box. Sold by Tombstone and Hisbee druijtsts. mm liited The Suntet Limited trnia which pas ses UetiKn twice ft weti Ciug e.H or oft is by far tin! line-1 ami ir.ont maR nilicvnt tr.niFCOiiiiiiPiiltl paoscnirer tri.ii in txietunre. it is incomparatile, unexcelled nml uocqtiitlleil. Xn ex penfe lm hecn spare-l to nulc it per feet iu every rcpect, nml all thut human skill or ciemn could inent ami apply u make it alolutely fatiit lert hii- been applied. Luxury ntwl bauty have been c'ibinnl ith strpnKth ard fa'rly, and, meteor HJc. it t-n-ir,- t'io continent, flrinili'Itfing time and "jure iu i'8 iiMrtidntM ilndit. All win haw hal ilie plrP.S'ir.' l a trip on tin) train tinliesi'atinely pn noiineeft ih -t lineit in the land. .V tirtet on thi1 '"i' ' intir thai nn thp r trul if train. For further tarticnlara and any jr.-. furmft'ioii, ndiireei4, ;e. s. '.vebsteb, Accnt at Hassan. Of I. JI. r:.,i:jA7 5 C. r.A. SanVifstfCo. CVJ, CUPIDENK" "Thl srrsMkt Vu.t.KU VI taliz-r,Ui prsjsi.Hi. 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