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") our p. " .ch, sometimes called watcrbrash, ,' 1 1 uunAng laln, distress, nausea, ni-pcp-'ia. mo cutcd by Hood's Sarsa i i la. TliiS It arconitillshcs because (,,, i its 'Wonderful power as a blood iiui i.lI', Hood's Sarsaparilla gcutly n its and btrcngtlicns the stomach alid (li po-tive organs, invigorates tho liver, truilis nil appetite, gives refreshing hc, p, and ruibcs tho health toue. In 1.1M.H of dspepbia and indigestion it tvewi to ImVo a magic touch." For over 12 years I'suffered from sour tomach vl a KVcro pains across my shoulders, nnd great distress. I had violent nausea "uch voald leavo mo very weak and tali.t, dl .Itfiilt to cet my breath. These F i3 rntuo ottcner and more severe. I i',J nrt recelvo tiny lasting benefit from ju'tuiaita. lint foand such happy effects from n IriaVof Ilood's Sarsaparilla, that 1 loti teeral hottles and mean to always Lccplt la tho house. I am now able to do all my own work, which for six years I liaVo been unable to doi My husband and son havo also been greatly bene fited by UocdsSs"rapariIla fdr pains In tho back, and after" the grip. I gladly recommend this grand blood medicine," Mrs. Pkteb Bonnv, Leominster, Mass. El 19 moo as Sarsaparilla Is the One True Wood I'ur'Cer1. AIIlruggtsts.$l. HOOdS FlllS SIclc Headache, sacenta. WES Polled for Wm, -McKinley. Remarkable PopulafVote'Rolled Up By Bryan. Levering, 3,058; Benlley, 4,389; social ist labor, 14V Total 0M,. J n 18D2 CIctcLutd tarried Indiana by 7,125, the vote being: Cleveland, 2(32,740; Harrison, 253,015; Weiner, 22, 208; prohibition, 13,r0. The total vote, was 551,018. In 188S tin- ntc-was Cleveland, 201,013; Harrison, 203,301; prohibition, 9,881; union labor, 2,0J4. Total vote, 630,910. In 1804 the high est otc until this year that was ever elven tolanv .P:iri(lll1:ltn wnu trUnn in the republican candidate for secretary of state. It w.w 283,403. ills denn cratic opponent polled only 233,732 votes, the prohlbit'onist, 11,157 and thepopnllst, 23,333. The total vote wasB62.G82. This vnnr of -tram. 1RM. , rf -- 0.vv ...vvf Mr. Bryan received 20,400 more votes than were ever izlven to any candi date. He-polled 41,000 votes more than Mr. Cleveland received In 1802, which would be accounted for bv the addi tion of the populist vole and a rea sonable gain. But, behold, the Mc Kinley vote leaped forward 70.C00 through the appearencc of an army that never before cast a ballot, and that disappeared immediately and has not since, been seen. The vote In Ohio was approxi mately 475,000 for Mr. Bryan and 525,- 000 for Mr McKinley. Mr. Bryan polled 47,000 votes more than "were ever civen to anv Republican candi date in Ohio before this year, the vote forBushnell for governor In 189o be ing 427.141. Mr. Bryan had 70,000 votes more than Mr. Harrison received when be carried tho state In 1092. The vote that year was: Harrison, 405,187: Cleveland, 404,115; Weaver, 14,850; prohibition, 20,012. Wo may be sure that Mr. Bryan did not have any votes connted for him that he didn't get. Yet in spite of his gains there were 120,000 Individuals who never voted before, yet came out of the woods long enough to vote the Repub lican ticket and defeat him by 50, 000. The Kentucky yotc is as follows: McKinley, 218,055; Bryan, 217,797; Pal mer, 5,018; Levering, 3,374. Mr. Bryan received over 42,000 votes more than Mr. Cleveland received in 1892 when Mr. Cleveland had over 40,000 plural ity over Mr. Harrison. Mr. Bryan re ceived 34,000 votes more than ever before ulven to any candidate. Yet there were votes enough for McKin ley found somewhere to overtop Bryan. Iu a recent Interview Mr. nanna said ho knew during the campaign there were times when "the best and hrnfoat." nf those outside of head- but n.nf. wno ViopniiRn t.hev did not know tho secrets of the work being done ip the doubtful states. The figures quoted above, and others which might bo quoted concerning other states, ci,ott, that an explanation of the 'secret work" would do most, inter esting. (f g- -a iVrffir' t i wttwit iTnrw utmw tlT?4ji ' l U!U I 1 nil ii .. : . . ... 1..T7T:.. i ., .. Ml '' """ ''"' "T.i ,.tii I ,?TX ' ' "' ' ' " " ' ' ' " '"" " " AwdpfnbtaPrpnnMtirrti fnr As similating thcTood andRcgula ling theStamachs andJBowels cf uHjliklifcMWill W I J 1 1 Hcl PromotesDicsUoft,Chcctful ncss ah.dRSt.ContaluS nfcilhef Opium.Morpuiae nor Mineral. Not Narc otic. xuvecfoiinrSMitXLFnxma. Imitm StJ- sttxSmna jTppCTTBUit iHQaimoltStla flmtitd Sugar 7ntuyrs ttonr. AnrrfwH?pmmlv fnrCrtn:lin lion, SourStonuch.Diarrhoca; ivuiiiis.uiivuoiuiii.itvuiicm- ncsscndLoss of Sleep. Tac Simile Signature of NEW "YORK. SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF- IS OlT THE . l!liir:nin Milwilllbo, t Si Paul R'y. . irhlWjiSAP0tl3 T J t A A ? s. ii ':. , -f Wi o w a T m CL. TV ' 'J "? ''Q Through Tickets ro THE VIA THE EXACT COPY" OF WRAPPEH. WRAPPER OF EVEBY BOTTTJE OW OASTORIA Caitotla Is vcl hd la os-t!ze totthi calT. II in -not nM In fcnlV. Sont ftlloT anTtHS to Bell lyoa mjiilne elaft on th flii tt prlmlM tilt It I ii "jmt m good" and "rill wiwereTery pwi I posa." 3" Bee that yon got O-A-B-T-O-B-l-A. talli" T2T vVtf3".2"""" liw ULxyirT-c!&4UM J"!?. Trryjjtr 2J22E: GLANCE AT THISIMAp. Omon Pacific 'System Itroogh Pullman Palaca Slecpen, Touni Sleeper and Fteo Reclining Chtlrr 'Mf between Portland to Chicago, Our trains are .heated bv steam and lighted by Pmtsc I light. Time to Chicago, 3 IS. Jaya Time to New York, 4 I- day. ( Which It many hours quicker than com H.titora. For rates, time tables and full Inlotmat'or apply to JOHN HUGHES, Dcaltriri groccrks, tuits, tiiiM, window glass, rarniah, ind the most cdmekte cfc,.o brushes of all kinds in (he stale, Artist3 materials, lime. hair,- cement and ihtrigfet, Mid uaert arOafatf ot C. H. MAOK, - DENTIST; - SacoeuorW Dr. J. M.Keet,'oH WkUt Comer,' SaJeni, Or. Partl4 eirtt "'rif nrwratlom at mod prat feeiKn anT branck are i In especial request. BOISE tC BA&KElt, Agents, Salem, Oi. R. W BAXTER, C. E. BROWtf, Ceneral Agent Ditt . Pass. A gent 13S Third Street. Portland. Of the ChicnB&, "Milwaukee and St. Pant Railway and cote Its connection with all transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha, and remember whenfcolng cast that its Iru'is aie lighted with electricity and heated ty steam. Its equipment Is superb. Elegant Buffet, library, smoking and sleeping cars, with free reclining; chairs. Each sleeping car tietthUS an eiectnc reamng iampv ana f its dining cars are the best In the world, ffoof Jinfl S Oil I'M Other lines are longer than this, bat none JLLdoL dllU UUULU are shorter, and no otner oners me aoove iux. uriods accbmmodatlons. Tliese. are sufficient .VIA reans for the popularity of ''The Milwau- -- . ' p - c'ihes ! Southed Pacific Jo California Express rraln Run dn -itween l'ortiana ana san rrancuco. LyPortland-Ar. Blood is Life. It is the medium which carries to every nerve, muscle, organ ana noro its nourishment and strength. Ii the blood s pure, ricu anu neuitujr j"" will be well. Hood's Sarsaprllla has lower to Keep you in neuiwi u man.- ?n nnnii ninnn Tirn niiii 111111- hood's Pills are easy! to take, easy t.n nnerate biliousness. Cures indigestion -thd 25 cents. A thorough cunvass'-of ihe-'vote of the late election would be useful not only in Iowa, but In several other states. The silver committees could yery well afford to make an exact cencus of some of those precincts in which an adhornial vote has been polled, because it appears that more votes havo Deen counted than there uarters despaired of the result nrn'tnnlR nfirsnnS of Voting age. Let 7. . ., ,. .11,1 pint. us consider some of tho figures and scr what thev tell. The latest returns from Iowa give McKinley 289,578 and Bryan 223,260, with about 5,000 votes for Palmer and 2,500 for tho prohibition candidate. The totaMs about 520,000. In 1892 the vote of Iowa was: Cleve land, lOG.SOgfEIurrlsonlD.WSjWeaver, 20,595,and prohibitionists, 0,402. The total yote was 443,159. In 1883 the ydte was: Cleveland ,179',887; Harrison, 211,598; prohlbitlon.3,550; union labor, A.105. The total vote "was 404,130. In iros tho vntp. for covernor was: Demo- crat,149,443; Kcpubllcan,208,689; Popu llst.32,118; Prohibitionist, 11,052. To tal, 401,292. Mr. Bryan this year polled nearly 27,000 votes more than Cleve land dia in 1892 and nearly 44,000 votes more than Cleveland did In 1888. He polled more y6tes than any Bepubll can candidate for the presidency ever polled before this year. Yet 70,000 heretofore unknownKetfublicans came out of the brush and cash tneir votes for McKinley, Tho total vote shows an Increase of 77,000 over 1892. The best figures obtainable about -minnia fnr this vear crlve Bryan 459,- 7C0; McKinley, 603 817; Palmer, 3,802, and about 3,000 for the two Prohibi tion candidates. The total is about 1,070,000. In 1892 the vote for presid ent was Cleveland, 420,281; Harrison, 399,288; Weaver, 22,207; Prohibition, 25,870. The total was 830,640. In 1888 the Toto for president was: Cleveland 348,278; Harrison, 370,473; Prohibition, 21,093; union labor, 7,090;unlted labor, 140. The total ,was 747,686. In the Republican landslide year of 1894 the vote for the state treasurer was; cm ocr&t,322 459; Republican, 445,886;Pro hlbition,19,475; Populist, 59,793. The vote for the Republican candidate In 1804 was the largest ever given to a candidate of any party in Illinois un til . tills year, and Mr. Bryan polled nearlv .OOO more votes than Mr. 189? when Cleveland had a plurality W o?0MoveV Harrison, but again that mSriousTtecomesoutof the brush rMr'Snandgives him n,ar y 160,000 votes mo-re than ever before were polled for an ' Bryan In Oregon the vo was: Bryan, 40,534; McKiney, 48,095 Paer 833, Prohibition, 817: In 602 It was. Cleveland, 14,242; Harrison, 35,w-, Weaver, 20,D05; roliltion, -, The Democrats and Populists were fused on one elector that year unci ue was elected. This yoar ir. wh polled over 5,000 more voted than ejier polled for the candidate of any party, yet the McKinley voto makes n tre mendous leap, being nearly 40 f per cent greater than the vote cast foriiarn so ill 189 The complete unofflqial 1 figures for, Indiana this year gave McKinley 3-3, 19; Bryan, 303,854; Palmer, 3,57, C.l. EDDY, General Agent, J. W. CASEY, Trav. Fus. Agent. Portland viw-. .vm.'jr (j MfeurapnoiBP' Northern -Pacific Railway. RUNS "I DEPOT EXPRESS. Meets all masl and passengtr trains. caire and express to all patts 01 the Prompt sei yice. Telephone No, 70, . JAMfca kauw. Bag- city, c. h. lane; MEllCHANTTilLOR 8150 p. in, 11:00 p. m, UtK a.m y Lv Salenv- Ar. Ar- S. Frisco Lv. Atinve tra City, Wo dburn, Salem, lenerson, AlDany.iangeni 8:10 a.m. 6:00 , m. jvm p. tn ins stop at East Portland, Oregon Marion Turner Sheddl, eu t, tc- on Twaw tit tiavo trnf Plso's Core for Con sumption in stock, and would sooner think a groccryman could get along without sugar in his store than we could without Piso's Cure. It is a sure seller. RAVEN & CO., Drtiggists, Ceresco, Michigan, September A loyb. BAD Hill I ft! GUARANTEED TCIBAWWU HABIT CURE m Pullman SleobinV Cars. Elegant'Dinin Cars'5 "Tourist Sle'eoino- Car1 To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth,' targo, 'rand Forks, Croolcstoa, Winnipeg, ' Helena and Butte. THROUGH TICKETS To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and all Points East and South For information, time cards; maps an tickets, call on or write THOMAS; WATT & CO'. AGENTS, ' 265 j Commercial srreet, Salem, Or. A. TJ. Charlton, Asst. Oe.n'1. IPass. Agt 'Morrison st.. cOrnerlThlrd Portland. Or. irnl.r. Harrhburc. Junction Glty.Eugene, Creiwtil, Cottage urpve. Drain,! and all sta station from Roseburc'to Ashland, inclusive. , 1 . . . KOSKUURO MAIL UAI1.Y. South" In.i tl, In 8:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m, 5:20 p.m. lv. Portland nr. lv. Salem lv. ar. Rosob'g lv. North "t 211 Cominercml st., Salem Or F9 Ku 1 1 s I S upwards. Pant upwands'fcl J. H. HAAS, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Makes a spwlallyofrlne repair work, Stst Thomas clock., etc.. Hi Commercial Stteet MONEY Tu LOAN Plenty of money on golJscarIty, A Unie quantity c-1 land fir al M low figuM aad 'on easy tftiM. HAMILTON ft MARSH. Room 5f Bush bank building. For the Holidays Big stock ot fancy Japaneie gexxk. All kinds of chlnaware and novelties. All kinds of silk handkerchiefs. Bottom price en en tire stock tq close out . . . HUIE WING SANG CO, Under opera house. 11 am 4:40 p.m. 2:20 p.m. 8:00 a.m. b South' SALEM PABSENQER. 4:00 p.m. 0:15 p.m. WT nr. 'ortland ar. Salem lv, Nortb 10:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m. n...imnmw.,ili.smiHl. Drovo tUpowertoaostrorthOdwIrolortotiaoeoinanj ? form." MiSo-bac 1 1 tho Breatest. ntrre-food Id . tbo worM. .anr W J" ,"" 'TilS win lo a.- t.;..,,. w atnMt vnti in bfillBTQ what we aT. for a care 1 r . n. lAnllaea vhat wn tflff neaicu. w Biueu juu w w 1 " " -t' wbcro. Bend lor onr w&W w iK?r isiSS r.TlEorousand mBKoetlg, justirr a ,,' ay. ftfa enrol, abwlutoir fD.il f ' g Bpt and Bmpke Yonr Ufa Awar wrtnan ga ,imilU)XCO.i CWeagu or Kew TlorU, D. J. FRY, Agent.tSalem, Oregon. ;iunuHra See those genuine Wostenholm Carving Sets at GRAY BROS Holiday Advertisers. The Daily and Weekly Journal have now the largest circulation ever obtained by a Salem newspaper. Hol iday advertisers appreciate this fact, and businessmen who desire to reach all classes of people are taking advan tage of this factSficurespace now. Counter and Railing. For sale cheap address O. M. Lockwood Salem, Or. IemIuYIn. The Method of a Great Treat ment for Weakness of Men. Which Cured. Him After Everything Else Failed. Painful diseases are bad enough, but when . ., ..ii w.tW awav with nervous ttaifawiv."-??.!?? worse tnan me musi . r :- . ., Jout up to the mental suflering day or n.ght. S?eep Is almost impossible and under such a & on theVoubled 'seof s xual weakness unUl It was a question whether be had not te iter Take a 2ose of poison and thus end atlUh" Uoubles. But provHentu inspira. lawiwsw&ssra Wgor and he now declares thai ; any man who 3 the trouble to send his name and si to pay tlie lew vr '"' -rz-., and fearn r" T I" nT a few th ngs on ea7th that sealed envelope. '"" A full line of pocket and table cutlery, razors, shears, etc, Northwest corner State and Lioerty sts Salem, OREGON CENTRAL Eastern R, h. Company (YAQUINA BAY ROUTE. , DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTRI PULLMAN MUFfET BLEEPERS aud sccccd-class sleeping cars attached to all through trains. WEST SIDE DIVISION, Between Portland and Corvallls, daily (ex cept ounaay. 1 Portland. 7130 a.m. IE 15 p.m. Lv. Ar. Corvallls. Ar. Lv 16:20 p, m. t"3?,P- m. Salem StcamLauodry Please noUcc the cut in prices on the followingi Shirts, plain. ...tocentt Under draweri.. ...... U. .... 5 t0 locent Under shirts 5 to locent Socks, per pair 3 nts Handkerchiefs ,.I cent Sllkhadkerchlef.v..,.......v3cent Sheets and pillow slips 4 cenU per doen, and other work in proportion. Flannels and.qther yfotk. in tclhgently washed by hand, CoL J. Ulmatod rrop. At Albany and Corvallls conect wlUi trains of Oregon Contral & Eastern Railroad. Express train daily except Sunday Lv. Portland Ar. I Ar.McMlnvllleLvl 4MSPn-L 7'S P. n.j 8125 a. m. 5:50 a.m. THROUGH TICKETS to oil points in the Eastern State. Caaada and Europe can, be obtained at, lowest rH from W.W. SKINNER, Agent, Salem. E P, ROGERS, Asst. U. F. & P. A., Portland, Or. R.KOEHLER Manager.! r- M. Ostrogorski, , Rue D' KJSZ political memodS,wntes 10 .u. S"rlnJ wondeitac whether S"SSS. Snnd of! tbm were obTalninlng in the west as well as In the Eut. American fortunate I ead it with the greatest Interest." ' "11 SQHNL I POUTIC THE AMER1CANPR1IARY SfflH EXPOSED. uonnccung at uuiu n..uww-, Francisco & YaauinsrBay Steamship Co. , ! STEAMER ALBANY-Leaves balem foV Portland at lono a. m. Tuesdays, Fndavs and Sundays. Leaves Salem for Corvallls, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 3)3 p. m. STEAMER ''FARALLON," Sails from Yaquina every 8 days for ,San Francisco. Coos Bay, Fort Orford, Trinldaa and Hnmbolt Bay. l'assengor acoomoaatio uwuif-jvu. Shortest route. between the Willamette valley and California. ,. . Fare from Albany or point we; to nan Franelscoi Cabin, $9; steerage, lCoo Bay and Port Orford , cabin $5: tp Humboldi Bay, cabin ; round trip, good 60 days, I6i ( YAQUINA WAY. The most popular seaside resort oa the Worth Pacific Coast. No undertow-surf bathing absolutely safe.; 1?ai thru wlthfnd'lo ec fishing with aquatic sborts, thl ifesort enusl. Deer, pear, ik, cougar. Published by Charles 11. Kerr & Co&Chicago,Ill..T Price 35ceti. citizens, legislators and students.; A hand' book for and a no cougar. uiwu vi and salmon, trout can be found In abundance within a few hours' drive of the bay. ryiteduced rates to an poinu. EDWIN 8TONE, Manager, Ccrvallis, Or J.C. MAYO, 3upt.TUver Division. M. P. BALDWIN, Local Agent.Altona DacV Salem. , 0.R.&N.C0, TO THE EAST GrVESTHE ClipiOi OF Two Transcontinental RouteD. Via Skne hiaawapoli SrPaul W Uea- verOaawut MMU -uy. uw.bimw eastern cltlta. . , - .SOCBAW UlVJLSlVfl.S( - ' !frtlmdi-SriwKlsB. RifuMn leave Alnsworth dtockPortlaBd Sept. 14, 19, 4, 39 dOct. 4. 9 M 9 4, ana 39. mm wr W0LZ it HIESCKE. Prooi. riiar tn all lilnrli of freak and salt mata Lard n bulk, ;c a lb. Cheapest, meal In th own. Try them. 171 Commercial U - Fotm,tos Highesl cash price paid. .., HERREN A LEVY. g Salem, Or.NextHo brewery. SalernWiit!,y. For water service Bfply a ec. Bilfe payaWe mo4kly te, aUvawst. Mk at ei?UlaUtlbe.o. , - ,.-, prohibUia. JC should Im UkMifta dav- rafrraunldliavAt attd'WMtC Bt eloHl. m Mrtoa J, ,- jr's'S: MO (HRMROB m 0m WJisyMP "" I rcm for av c fwtatiWHtaf w is cufc'oil from iHrftmis' " ' . P t t .. ' , tare uaum, vis eeKc, jy- WILLAMETTE MVERMMyipN. For Portland and way points steamer Ruth V I. s. 3, The Primary and Spoils Politics, How Primaries Are Conducted. J TnT Primary As It Stiould' e Safegarded by law. if:;?" m 41 0 4 tw9m iIiW KFASHI0NS CHANGER P0ZZ0NF5 wrntnnlftvimivy w Mi I POWDER , A '-iKSttaM &n.l thij evi 'to. : been remedied. f N York to Call fojnia. showii6 how; uTderTa-made ostensibly to protect the peop.e, tuey nave w-. m fraudulent metuou. Jn rf ,ef ihow P m our pnnc.pa. .- Tne pracu& " . .!.. .late. TDfl remcur ....: r--- . here I by many ead.n.E !". .,, t0 SST reader, of the Address, pjs nLf muciB tw --- "-- k, on the iutject unaer oucymwu. HOFER, Salem,; .Qr PREPTlONTKcfeepreilntatlre nbdplc.- .fc-rf-bockj-i BW$1 1 V M.. Mi .iraii, mnA -- -"1 ' J A lying tolhi povdar w mait.' It U A A hannlMiadwbBrtrWlr, A fA IsivtrtWe. youhvBevUl fA POZZOHVS A t you do not know what snUMtAjC fi A IS 18 06L XYUWHMXKMi A JM. M ii tCjfii1B ,1CrO WTtkftK-l Mi-m. wiv nnfn --.1 T7iMM.. a itnt fiiindav. at 6:4s mill iblUlUiv uaiii wwj j w --- - " a.m. Returning, leave Portland dally ex cept Sunday, at6 a. m. Tor HUburz and way point steamer Modoc, Tuesday, ITlmr-j- 5.i e?i .... .vni t t. m. Return osy anu oiuiu, wi 3 i- r"..z "j" , Ing, leave Harrlsburg forCorvaBii, IMonday Wednesday and Friday at 1 pfin., arriving & aisaaa a w r iTiTiiinn. "". f'v "'".V '.-,. -... Lowest freight aad PMBe,r """, iw3 trip tlckett ytry cheap; Ticket wld and Uggagechecke'd through lo all point in n,,Snn Waihlnpton and the East. No extra charge for baggage transfer. Choice of rail. road or river route to rawMu. . For full detail call on Boise & Barker .genU,S.l.m,CkOcrNaddre... Pre, ana Manager, - , W.H.JIURLBURT. der?! Pa. Agl. Portland, Or For full detail call on or aoorew G, M. POWERS F of Trade st. Loe1 ABMJt'. HORN-CLIPPING. i'rice 15 ceu vn n -" O. W. GOULD, North SaWm. H. E. ROBERTS, .yrttitUml service. !i.27im SalfflirKtBnyCft. Order pUce wlik tk abate cosufMy wllf' Kceive prompt Mteatioa and sate Aeltwry. Truck andaray found oa th coram o Bute and Commercial streets. Expm wag. 011s at all trains and boat. Jacowwetlmj store. , JIadHB flow, l Md,. & J; ctf.c.fcpfd&d.f;tyad woo4 H t,h4.lowacfc Hef. . r PhosaW. SAVAGE fc CO. BLnropojsoN H Ku ' v?uie.rsTiwt.o p M- MMUa. wm oTva, fca"l 1 r nii.ftMiiia..fWi "". p '-" - -w t.:.Kni7Jr&SLS. frJsmmMC'B WStA rr,, am. haaa vHlwUt t ' : ! ' r r i ;.zz. : zzzn. . jli ar a ..n. w WUlia,MIIWIIW.M..vwin.l.,.MI 1 mm. II wa sail to cure. II you uti umo r r, lodld trataib, and Hill Itava arhM o4 i Miuoul'stchM In BHulb. Horj Jhtont, uropu rrf for uuoorn 1 1 irmaiBrrsu , iaiia.ii ' ur ialiuaaw. Mim or ), aeoui ita-MMifit. Th Roy Yrtb Aa . v..l.tX.oftn oftha rtjn Utov uiy ootamwj n "- - nplexlon Powder. - FimpUa. Copper Oolpreif ot. Uleerji oa I : : -,rii r7zrtrrirT.;.ric A eaa aa iitoumZp wriTos I MawMotcurfi. TbUdbNM BM t nn CslMt sk'" ' wiMt twlMut piiyd rinnn fte, capiui twmwt our unwuH. VOBml RtHNi aBCAlCWIWU VI For DHyt for purity, and tor Improvement ol tha com- te.UllOaOlBIBUUt" ffWWWll W MTIPI ftWffiB wtatWrni iDESTfirWAN aj 1 wj 1 .rvi--r - bsaalir&ta&i! VliflltVla'alil tit StMUtf. .. hisiT hnilismmn or U&zrlj uaanllf Ud OHMMMSin U A$S.WSoBCS 1 agkat a mm ta ck M r.pjrs3TLE s:i2rtc ForMlomSaWm, Oweou. by .J.FRYadG W PUTNAM, 1-!7ii UH fggji. mmmCVmW- V mmmt X wnt ana f(aU a pi iu two kMlof "V 65 ii iiliTt rrlnrn mi "tf itwr no. D UHMMWSoValU i A Mmmttd 6MttfiWV(MI 11HV4 WmW PWssWWfll fmWpM Jl tfWWaWPM XI n .1 w r-'i?vi - i tc nfiilldiai'rf - JltS.