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*'KOM XI1K INDIANS.
,,rr cn-theml in our rations and they
cost 1 cent
'MvMi't
1,lu
!~.1 nflftt.lirPA Ttrtttl.Mi*
W .UVfrt. cost ii cent
occupied gi»i pastures without pay.
fonRlit unflagging, spite of
"IVONL W «AUIJ'K KIM,
J.
"Vparagraphic pl«'isautry of pestilential
,ir Bert's hare! boon recited in tlie amateurs
VVIIJKI ""r pictures printed in the joui
uai«
of tho toy
with
all of our adventures some of us
.,iv l'TlnB yet.
u^rh'tto tio acknowledged, we're a pretty
sn'irrtyse^
POM.
He M'n* Qur lifted.
FRO^idfnt X. M. T. R. 11. (haughtily)
ho is Uii« James \\. Uungstartcr
Chn warts Pa8S?
Private Secretary—Great capitalist of
•^iiboysan—president of the Knocash
v'.itura'l Sand bank—lessee of the—
Vn'sl'lent (kastily)—Send him an an-
irl
I thought ho was some poor devil
uh') couldn't pay his fare.—West
HKPiniOTT of Richmond, Va., ta9
r„nii'
ii'10 possession of a revolutionary
li,. in th« chape of Gen. Daniel Mor
,,'s mess rhest, which Is 125 years old,
marie of pine, heavily ribbed with iron,
,'jm( is closed by an old time ponderous
!i«'k.
Totally Helpless
From Sciatic iiheumattsm.
•!n M»r.1S5'1
was
ti*en
w,tJl GclaUc
FiS3
is for
IQlHSl'lUE. KY.
rnos.
THE
Shore.
rheumatism
j, Jny less nml nrnn, and was confluad to my bed
e-iite'S liclple®*.
In
Ancust Iwas just able to move
-.-mini. WOT reduced to a mero skeleton, my up
i.rti'.o vrn« entrraJy Bona and my friends thought I
,mlil H"' live. I took almo6t everything could
j.i-sr of. bnt vrlfh no good reeu.ta, dnrine that win
tor! Ono Sar. reading about talclug Hocd's Sarsapu
Wa til torch. April and May, I concluded to try it
(i-'« bottle ifave me so much relief tliat I took four
I .If os. an 1 hlaee tixm 1 havw not been troubled with
riieviranCBin. and my (tcneral hc.-iltti lias never been
t:rr. My appetite 13 Rood and I have Rained In
si:. I r-flribnlc my wholo improvement to taking
Bars.ipasilla."' War. F. TATLOB. Emporium,
(•cait-ron County, Pa.
n. If v(m ili oi.le to take Hood's Hareaparilla do
iiit''be induced to buy any oilior.
Hood's
SarsapariUa
S-MbyalldrtiSRliito. 1: Ki* for $3. Prepared only
ty c. I. HOOD CO.. Apothecarica, Lowell, Mass.
(00 Doses One Dollar
ON^ ENJOYS
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant
snd refreshing to the taste, and acts
1
cenlJy yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly benencial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
feP,of
safe in 50o
I and SI bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
I may not have it on hand will pro
I cure it promptly for any one who
I wishes to try it. Do not accept any
substitute.
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YORK. IU.Y.
A S A
Popham's Asthma S ecific
Gives immediate relief.
It is beUeved to be the
UeBt ASTHMA Remedy
known to humanity.
Send for Trial l'ackago,
IT.
Eli.
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entbymail, iraetpaid,
x. Addi
for $1 lier Box,
ress
PuiJflAM, 2031 ltid^o Avenue,
Phila da.
"Down With High Prices."
THIS SEWING MACHINE
CKSTXjTS* $3.0:
Top Easflos, tu.oo Harness ®T.3#
Road Carts....
10.0S
Wacona,30.00
$5.00 Family or Store Scale, 1.03
A 246-lb. Farmers' Scale.... 3.00
4400 U. Qay or Stock 6cale.. .40.00
Xrorgo and Kit of Tools
20.00
loijo oilier Ardclss at Half Prlcc.
OEIOAOO SCALE CO. Cfcicaea.IU.
V/Hcn
TMC
0»rNcss is e*u«cn
SCARLET FEVEFI, COLDS,
MEASLES, CATARRH. Ac.
BYTHC USE OFTHC INVISIBLE
SOUND DISC
which Is guaranteed to help l-nrgt*
per cent, of cut) than alt similar
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visible. Wojfi morti^B wlihout mr.oTat
C. WXLUS. BRLDTFEPORTS CO«T
ProltioRt BO(te
3Evar I'rinicd.
JRll
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One cent a pkg. Up if rare.
:t. Cheap,pure,best. 1000000 extras.
Beautiful Illustrated Catalogue fVee.
It. U.
Shumway, Bockford, 111*
EMORY
Mind wandering enrod. Books framed
io one roafiin^. Testimonial* from all
part* of t!io lol»e. Protpectus Test
F&ER, sent on application to Prof.
A. Iioisette* 237 Fifth Avo.Jfevr York,
°AT FOLKSf^—S
J. Etnd(i„ *T,^"**'lnoonveBlenea Confiden»
"U«lfcforSjr'2,JJJ8 jnd tjntlmonlal*. Address,
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Nanio this paper when you write.
£0113!^^
I i, Swollen or perspiring Pi tt I
roller
Shoes
raav bo worn with oooifert. Price, 50 cts*
II Stores, or by mail. Trial Paokaee illustr£tcd
•TUVc»tor
a
dime.
I CO.. WOBLP Buitoiwo. New YORK.
TEREOPTIGONS
|CH££.co
MCINTOSH
Battery ft Optical Ca.
MA6IC LANTERNS.
li* L' tt|fht&
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AR,ZONA
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Tim MSS'
otll0l'w_i^e
from rpi6
WE APOLOGIZE.—The
ANNOUNCEMENT.—We
IT'S OUB WAY.—We
And he ambled.
ft
K'CKER.
flowing interesting
of the
tJ
'iuy
Arizona
V7 know of 0De
Indian
gambol alonpr the flowery
1,101 to
spealc of. We re-
known as Big
Was
wiping himself to a mule
1
hompaou*. eorrall the other
liim ltne ^be herders killed
nnii 1'? didn't liavo time to
f. .ln 'as t°ngue. As usual, most of
tne funeral expenses had to come out of
meat although he was not our
GETTING MONOTONOUS.—Some
one in
umaha is seliing off land in this neigh
oriiood for gardens and pasturage, and
every day a tenderfoot shows up to take
possession. He finds tho land to be
long to the Government, and to
composed as follows:
Cactun
Bngo brash..».*
Band
be
'-."ii: v? 103
In five different eases onr private
graveyard has been included in the
sales, putting tia to considerable tronble
and expense to hold it. We are getting
rather tired of this sort of tiling, and
the next pilgrim who comes along and
takes that graveyard for a cattle range
of which he is the sole owner has got
to skip at the word, or made the tenth
man sleeping under the sands.
editor, owner,
publisher and pro: rietor of the thing
called
Oxvr Cotemporary
was driven
frantic with jealousy because we were
able to order and pay for three bundles
of paper at once. We happened to
meet him in Bonny's hardware store
Tuesday afternoon, where he was dick
ering for a grindstone to use as a balance
wheel on his "only steam press," and he
boiled over and called U3 a liar. We
hope lie can be patched up, sewed
together and saved from the grave,
though the latest reports are discour
aging. Wo didn't mean to. If he will
only get well he may abuse us the rest of
his natural liio and we wont say a word.
hereby an­
nounce ourselves as a candidate for Mayor
at the election in April. It is a little
early, but no man ever scoured an office
by being a little late. We don't pro
pose to let any sense of false modesty
stand in the way of getting there. We
can read and write and cipher. We
represent the intelligence and manners
of this community. We are the top
sheaf of society and can borrow a hun
dred dollars at the bank any day. In
brief, we are the best candidate who
can be pnt up for this office, and we are
doing the public a favor by consenting
to run. We shall have something
further to sav on this subjeot later on.
We don't want the office, but the of
fice wants us. At least we thiuk she
does.
understand that
Judge Rich feels very bitterly toward
us because we said in
The Kicker
last
week that he got only his just descrta
in the row with Maj. Baldwin. It's our
way to state facts. Tho two gentlemen
were disputing as to the color of a jack
rabbit's eye. The Major was the soul
of good nature until the judge pulled
his nose. We stood close by and saw it
all, and distinctly heard the "spat" of
the bullet as it struck the Judge in the
shoulder. The fact that Maj. Baldwin
subscribes for five copies of
The Kicker,
while Judge Rich won't have it iu the
house, does not bias us in tho least. Wo
say that when a man pulls another
man's no.se iu malice ho should bo pre
pared for the worst. If the Judge was
not prepared it was his own fault. He
is bragging that he will serve our nasal
organ in the same way before the year
1891. Judge, don't you try it unless
you are tired of this vain world and
want to go hence!—Detroit
I'vee Presn.
Till) American Lungiiug".
"One col," he brusquely announced
as he entered a "gents'" furnishiug atora
on upper Broadway.
"Cert," replied the gill in attendance,
as she took down a collar and wrapped
it np.
"Much he queried, as he toyed with
a silver piece.
"Quar dol," she answered, as she
gave him the change.
"O. K," he said, as he turned away.
"Tra la," she replied, as she went
back to wait on an old man who had
been looking at neckties.
"What sort o' language do you call
that he asked.
"Shorthand, sir,"
"Oh, that's it. Sort o* savos your
breath, doesn't it?"
"Course."
"Well, I don't think I could ever get
used to it at my a£e. It doa't express
enough."
"How?"
"Why, laud o' love! I want to say to
you that I'll wear one of my sus
penders 'round my neck for a tie before
I'll pay fifty cents for such a shoddy af
fair as this. How could you express ail
that iu three or four words
"I can do it in one," she replied.
"How?"
"Git!"
Intoxciatlon by Ktlier,
Intoxication by ether is quite an old
fad which is still prevalent. The prac
tice came into use in England iti 1841,
and was at first a kind of reaction
against the temperance movement which
has been inaugurated by Father
Mathew. Tlie drinker first washed out
his mouth with a draught of cold water,
and after that tossed off a wine-glassful
of ether "nate," as it was said, drinkine
it quickly, almost at a gulp. Both men
and women took part in this indulgence,
and were speedily brought into a stavo
of intoxication more or jess completo.
The intoxication differs from that pro
duced by alcohol. It is more rapidly
indu *ed and move rapidly dihipeiimi in
fact, the eirect of one do.-e ir.itv lio de
veloped and cleaved off in li!'iei :i or
twenty minutes. Thodolirium .sharp:
tho stupor, for a briet period, deep U..K(
the excitement, so long ua it lusts, liys
iericaL
AND STILL THEY WILL STEAL.
A Short Story or How Some Men Become
Defaulters.
Thtf new extradition treaty with Can
ada signed last winter seems to have
materially decreased the number of large
defalcations and embezzlements in the
United States, but the number of little
ones shows no falling off.
"Wo have on an average three em
bezzlements every two days," said the
vice-president of one of tho city suroty
eompanies in New York a few days ago
to a representative of tho
Star.
"Our
business of bonding employes is mainly
confined to clerks and railroad and ex
press men, and the amounts wo are
called on to make sood are small. The
bonds in most castas are loss than 920,
000, and fully nine-tenths of the embez
zlements are under 810,000.
"The desire for accumulating wealth
by speculation is at the bottom of nearly
every case, and the! first step the tempo
rary use of funds trusted in his hands
has been the ruin of thousands. They
need tho money, take it, and probably
return it all right. That is fatal. They
think they can take more and more, un
til finally there comes a time when thoy
cannot make it good and must take moro
in the ho-pe that fortune will'favor them.
Discovery and dishonor is the inevitable
outcome. It may be delayed for a time,
but it is bound to come.
"Tn all our business I recall only two
or three cases In which a man has ac
cepted a situation for the deliberate pur
poso of robbing. Tho people are not
naturally dishonest, but they cannot ro
sist temptation, cspoeially when there
seems a chauce for them to avoid detec
tion, and they case their consciences with
this intention until thoy aro in the net
too far to retreat and escape is impossi
ble.
"Tho new extradition treaty lias done
much to stop peculation, but tho vigor
ous prosecution of offenders has done
more. Tho new treaty, however, gives
more facilities for bringing theso crimi
nals to justice. Before, in nearly every
case of embezzlement, tho prosecution
had to prove forgery in order to extra
dite, or else punish the fugitivo in tho
domiuion by prosecuting for bringing
stolen property into Canada. As it is
hard to identify money, liowover, tho
criminal could often dodge tho latter
charge, and, not being guilty of tho
former, could escape entirely. Now it
is almost Impossible for a man to escape,
but in many instances the amount takon
is so small and'the cost of prosecution so
great that the matter is dropped. In
every case in which we arc interested we
prosecute unrelentlessly. \Yo must do
so to deter others, and in many instances
have spent far moro to convict a man
than his embezzlement amounted to."
A MAN who has practiced medldno for forty
years ought to know suit from sugar read what
ho gnys:
TOLEDO, 0., Jan. 10,1S87.
Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co.—Gentlemen—I
have been in the general practice of mediclno
for most Jorty years, and would say that in all
my practice and experience have nevor asen a
preparation that I could prescribe with as lnueh
confidence of success as I can Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by you. Have prescribed
it a great many times anu its effect 1B -wonder
ful, and would Bay in conclusion that I havo
yet to and a caso of Catarrh that it would not
cure, if they would take it according to direc
tions. Tours truly,
Ii. L. GOBSUCH, M. D.,
Office, 215 Summit St.
Wo will give 9100 for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured with HaU's Catarrh Cure.
Taken internnllv.
P. J. CHENEY & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
.3-Sold by Druggists, loo.
EX-QUEEN NATALIE ha9 presented to
the Servian skuptsohlna a statement
concerning the differences between her
self and ex-King Milan, her divorced
husband.
SCBIBNEH'S MAGAZINE for February,
1891, will contain "Mt. Washington ln
Winter," by Edward L. Wilson, beauti
fully illustrated the third paper on
Japan, with many illustrations "About
Africa," by J. Scott Keltic "A Marino
Tale," by Frank R.
WHY
Stockton
rub.
and
"Neapoli­
tan Art a fnll-pago portrait of Living
stone, Poems, Point of View, etc. Now
is the time to subscribe, 25c a number
S3 a year. Charles Scribner's Sons, 743
Broadway, New York.
AN innovation in the methods of land
ing green fruit, at the port of Now York
is about to bo put into practice. Tho
new arrangement consists of a steam
lu-atcd wharf, 5G by 184 feet in dimen
sions.
toil,
and
wear
out yourself
and your clothos on washday, when, ever
slnco 1864, Dobbins' Electric Soap has been
olfered on purpose to lighten your labor.
Nuw try It. Your grocer has it.
QUEEN VICTORIA spends the two hours
from 11 at night till 1 in the morning
in reading or writing. Despite her lato
hours for retiring to bed she is an early
riser.
u'BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES' aro
excellent for tho relief of Hoarseness or
Soro Throat. They aro exceedingly effect
ive."—Christian
World, London England.
A FRIEND of ours, absent on a trip to Wash
ington, vrifoB that he has boon all tlirough the
national capital and considerable! of his own.
THEY say truly. "Tlie moro servants the
loss service." Suvo wanes and jtiiiir servico
ly u^ing SAPOLIO. It is a solid cako Of
Kcourintf Soup. Try it.
"1 WANT an hor.ost dollar!" exclaimed tho
jliticiau. "Go to work, tiion,
Ucarars. —A'ew
Haven. Ncuss.
DAINTY candies that children cry for aro
Dr. Huli's Worm Destroyers. They please
tiie children, but they kill the worms.
Do YOU enjoy good health?" asked Cross.
"Vv by, yes, of course. Who doesn't!"* replied
lloss tersely.
BEST,
Plso's
50c.
easiest to use and cheapest.
Eemody for Catarrh. By druggists.
"TOO-FORTB," as the horseman said to tho
Professor's performance on the piano.
BEKCHAM'S PIULS cure Sick-Headache.
•TIIE dovil is a gentleman and will got up and
go li ho is told.—ib'aiti
Jones.
ara curcd bij^
usad
according to
ClRECTIDJiS witi eac^ BlJTTLE^
^01SlSEfliKP»
WqIJNDS,OUTS.SWELLINGS
THE CHARLES
i.
V0RELER CO.. Baltimore. Mtf.
QHO'WM
Danctne Around a Dead Man.
There is such a thing as carrying
things too far. Not long "ago a man in
a Maine village went tlio way of all
flesh. A party of very much alive friends
of the deceased assembled at tho late re
spected one's house to "sit up with" and
otherwise honor the departed. Shortly
after midnight a tremendous uproar at
tracted the night, watchman down to the
vicinity in a hurry. Tho front room in
the house of mourning was brill
iantly illuminated, and Razing in
at the window the watchman be
held a ghastly spectacle. The dead
man had been removed from tho coffin,
and, propped bolt upright in one corner
of the room, was regarding the demon
stations with the horrible placidity of
death. His narrow tenement, tipped
bottom side up across two chairs, held
bottle, glasses, and a pack of cards.
Around about this layout tho drunken
visitors were dancing a spirited cancan.
The watchman, with tho assistance of
of the undertaker, finally managed to
get tho corpse away from its desecrators,
but it was evident that the men reluc
antly submitted, with tho firm opinion
that the defunct was beinf? robbed of
his just dues.—Lowislon
VOR A\ V. S 0 S Ant), uwts
A
Journal.
Protect Tour Health.
Cold and moisture combined havo a torpor,
izing effect upon the bodily organs, and the di
gestive and secrotivo processes are apt to be
more tardily performed in winter than in the
fall. The some is true, also, of the excretory
functions. The bowels are often Bluggish, and
the pores of the skin throw off but little waste
matter at this season. The system, therefore,
requires opening up a little, aud also purifying
and regulating, and the safest,
sure3t
peculiar
and most
thorough tonio and alterative that can be used
for those purposes is Hostetter'a Stomach Bit
ters. Persons who wish to escape tho rheumatic
twinges, the dyspeptic agonies, the painful dis
turbances of the bowels, the bilious attacks, and
the nervous visitations so common at this time
of tho year, will do well to re-enforce their sys
tems with this renowned vegetable stomachic
and invigorant.. It improves tho appetite,
strengthens the stomach, cheers tho spiritB, and
renovates the whole phyBique.
A California Opera Chorus in 1S28.
Gen. Vallejo's readiness of apt anec
dote was always remarkable. Patti once
dined with him, and asked the old soldier
if he enjoyed tho first opera ho ever
heard.
"Why, no," said Vallejo "And yet I
confess I shall never forget it."
This reply aroused Patti's curiosity,
and slio demanded when and where tho
event took place.
"In 182S, on the site of the Palace
Hotel, San Francisco."
"Indeed! And who was tho prima
donna so long ago as that?"
"Woll, I can't say," was tho smiling
answer "but there wore at least 500
coyotes In the chorus."—Century.
When Baby woi sick, we gave her Castorto,
When she was a Child, she cried for Costoria,
When she became Hiss, she clung to Ceatoria,
When she hod Children, she gave them CastorUk
ELSIE DEWOI.K, a young society lady,
who has appeared in New York on sev
eral occasions In amateur performances,
has gone to Paris to pursue a course of
dramatic and musical lessons.
EvTOTTHHio is adulterated nowadays. A
Ran Franciaco man bought a cork leg, and af
terward ascertained that it was made of paper.
Keep Your Blood Pure.
A small quantity of prevention is worth many pounds
of cure. If your blood is in good condition the liability
to any disease is much reduced and the ability to resist
its wasting influence is tenfold greater. Look then to
your blood, by taking Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) every
few months. It is harmless in its effects tq the most
delicate infant, yet it cleanses the blood of all poisons
and builds up the general health.
BUOTHEBS.
S&poli
"Ah I Ah!" Cried the house
wife, "The Secret I know, no
DIRT can resist
SAPOItXO."
PISO'S
REMEDY FOR CATAHftli.—Best Easiest
to use. Cheapest. Relief is immediate. A cure is
certain. For Cold in the Head it has no equal.
It is an Ointment, of which a small particle is applied
to the nostrils. Price, 60c. Sold by druggists or sent
by niaiL Address, E. T. ILAZELTINE, Warren, Pa.
CHICHESTER'S ENGUSH. RED CROSS
fact with refer­
ence to Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery is, that,
unlike sarsaparillas and other
blood medicines, which are
said to be good for the blood
in March, April and May, the
Discovery" works equally
well
all the year round\
It's the
cheapest
on a
peculiar plan,
only pay for
and you
the good
you
get
Can you ask more?
Golden Medical Discov
ery" is a concentrated vege
table extract, put up in large
bottles contains no alcohol
to inebriate, no syrup or
sugar to derange digestion
is pleasant to the taste, and
equally good for adults or
children.
The "Discovery" cures all
Skin, Scalp and Scrofulous
affections, as Eczema, Tetter
Salt-rheum, Fever-sores, White
Swellings, Hip joint disease
and kindred ailments.
SHBLOH'S
CONSUMPTION
CURE.
The success of this Great Coueh Cure ia
without a parallel in the history of medicine.
All druggists are authorized to sell it on a pos
itive guarantee, a test that no other cure can suc
cessfully stand. That it may become known,
the Proprietors, at an enormous expense, are
placing a Sample Bottle Free into every home
in the United States and Canada. If you have
a Cough, Sore Throat, or Bronchitis, use it, for
it will cure you. If your child has the Croup,
or Whooping Cough, use it promptly, and relief
is sure. If you dread that insidious disease
Consumption, use it. Ask your Druggist for
SHILOH'S CURE, Price to cts., 50 cts. and
$1.00. If your Lungs are sore or Back lame,
use Shiloh'a Porous Plaster, Price 25 cts.
MIL OHM these troubles. Price, 25 cents.
O cured rco sound and well of contagious Blood Poison. As
soon as I discovered I was afflicted with the disease I
commenced taking Swift's Specific (!S. S. S.) aud in a few weeks I wa3 perma
nently cured." GEORGE STEWART, Shelby, Ohio.
Treatise on Blood and Skin diseases mailed free.
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
INSTANTLY.
Warren
*1 wept when I w&s borri.&nd every day
shows whyisajd
£ATARir!
WFEXEBJJ)
who didhl: use
& solid cake
ofscouring
cleaning purposes
THt ORIGINAL AND GENUINE. The
Ladle* Druggist for Ckicketter JtogtUh IHamond
sealed w!tb blcfl ribbon. Tnkc no ether Xrfut* iiubitltutionM and Irmiati'tt
FIUM BF ULL LOCAI UrassfiU-
All pitU io pMtoboard boaea, nfnfc wtApper* iw d&Bfferou* cnuntcrfeltfu At Druggtas. or lead if
4c- in stamp* for particulars, tuatiatoaiaU, and "Kvlef for Ladtett*" in titter, by return JttalL
10,OO0,TMttRKaialB. Name Paper. *%..
60.000 BUS^SEED1
Lte PQTATOEs'tHEAP
foredl
"Oh! Oh!" Cried the DIET,
At length I must go, I cannot
withstand
SA£OX*XO."
CHICHESTCH CME«.C«LTCO..M«,WJJ1^
"German
A Cough
and
in all cases of blood-taints or
humors, no matter what their
name or nature.
blood-
purifier sold through drug
gists.
Why
Because it's sold
m,
6
TTAV^l
Malaria or Piles, Kick Headache, Costive
Rowels, Dumb Ague, Sour Stomach and
DelahlBK If your food does mat asslmllata
and TOU nave no appetite,
tuft's Pills
9*
Syrup
For children a mcdi-
cjne
and Croup
should be abso-
lutly reli.aIble:,
mother must be able to
Medicine, pin her faith to it as to
her Bible. It must
contain nothing violent, uncertain,
or dangerous. It must be standard
in material and manufacture. It
must be plain and simple to admin
ister easy and pleasant to tak&.
The child must like it. It must lie
prompt in action, giving iminedi-i
ate relief, as childrens' troubles
come quick, grow fast, and end
fatally or otherwise in a very short
time. It must not only relieve quick
but bring them around quick, as
children chafe and fret and spoil
their constitutions under loqg co»l
finement. It must do its work ia'
moderate doses. A large quantity
of medicine in a child is not desira-:
ble. It must not interfere with the
child's spirits, appetite or general
health. These things suit old as
well as young folks, and make Bo-j
schee's German Syrup the favorite
family medicine.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE eENfffiW
WC.00 fieuuiue Hand-sowed, »u oiejtsut aa#
htvlish dress Shoe wblcti commend* itsaA
M.00
Hand-sewed- Welt. A line call Shoe
equaled for Htvlo and durability.
•'k.SO Goodyear AVclt is the standard drasa
at a popular pru-e.
i.50 Policeman's Shoe la especially
lor railroad men, farmers, etc.
•3
All made ln Ccniress. Button said T.aef
.00 fwladim, is the only liaud-sensd
•3 Bold at this
"popular price.
S()«C0 DonjeeliiShoe i'orXadio*inane
ure and to become very popatar*.
*O*00 siioo for IJUI.M snd 01.75for MMW
bUU retain their excellence tor stylo* an.
All Rood* warranted and stamped with A
bottom.
If
advertised local t'pont cauttoc
you, fiend direct to factory, inclosing ad
price or a postal for «rrter bla»lr».
ST. L. DOUGLAS. Brockton,
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 187&
W. BAKER & CO.TJ
Breakfast Cocoa
from which the cxeess of alt
has been removed,
I
absolutely pure mmM
it is soluble.
No Chemicals
aroused in its preparation. A
has more than three limit Urn
strength of Cocoa mixed wtffe.
Starcli, Arrowroot or Sugar..
and is therefore far mare ee*»
I nomical, coating let* than mmr
I cent a cup. It is delicious. Boast
I ishiag, strengthening, naaiur
DIGESTED, and admirably adapted for lnvalUa
as well as for persons ln health.
Sold by flrocers ererywhere.
W.
-VASELINE-]Dorchester.CO..&BATTER
FOR A ONE-DOLLAR IIIIX sent oaby mafr
will deliver, free ot alt cliaM**. to »ny pezeoolS
the United Scatss, all ot tUe following articlaa.
OH*-
tuliy packed:
One two-ounce bot^'o ot Pure Vaseline........ JOcfe*
On© two-ouncn jttlo fit Vavelino Pomade....
Ono jar ot Vaseline Cold Croain
One cake of Vaseline Oa nphor Ice.... 10
One cake ot Vaseline S a», unscented
One cake
of Vanel ne Soup. exQ iijsitoiy ncented
One two-ouuee bottle of White Vaseline 8
Or, ftrp"*tare fitamr*, any tingle article at tha prte*
named. On no account be persitaitd to accept Jjrrxm
your druggist any VaxelinA or preparation therefrom
•unleHH labeled with, our name, because you will
ly receive an imivttlon which has little or no valus.
Che«ebrous!i Mfc. Co.. 24 State St. S»
Dr.JWG0B, siomto rowU
Rccular Graduate Medicine—£0
Voo.ru hispiial and private wracMc»-»
IO in Onicuyo and New
tJibiisJvcd in Sfoux Cftjr
1
Vearri—is sttll treating nUFritratM
Nervous, Chronic and Special
riiscasfistspermatorrho^
ttduiinui Weakness (nigM Iropote»«y
(Iocs of s'sval power), and all .Female JJteeaa
hrvjuUirities. cix.
Cures ffu»rante*d
money retmilml— C'iiargea fair. Ter
cash. Ago and cxpcrience nre important. No tta
lurieun tacdiciccs used—Aro tkne lost from worit#
yusine&i—Patients at distance treated by raatl-
eanabnmb*
iikoo
ftna
i&Ljpereoat
oily «!b£ h2cter—fr. WOOD !ia» tlie KM*frea&
Msijlioa* and Surgical Institute ana, £7#
ami Kar infirmary in the Woat—KOOinaipfr
at inirrjttee, facilities to meet anr em**
poncy—A fjulet Home and care and $aU
HATnrs, ti.-e Dr.Lo Eac'G*PenoAlcaI"Pi3!fi.fpoa»
?aris, Krauco. &tabli»heU iaEurop% 1&I9 Eagi&nd, l$&9^Csaadfe
Uuited
SUUs, !(&?.
InJt
Curot all sapprecsleai, irtegularHta,
stA'
«uor.th!y dtfr&n£«!u>int Sofa, hartnlsu reliable. They puMliaalp
liiusifcotbc lalvn during pregnancy. Tbsiargo proportloa efilb
to which S&d'.es are liable the direob result of a dfocrd«ra4 aaA
!rrfjritlar n-en«'.ruat!on. Continued monthly toppr«Mionarutlk la.-.
bUu.l aud quirk consumption. $8 a paokaga,
or S far
per tusil, In plniu teali-d envelop*, oo rocelpt of prica* Tha JLaMfe
c.tn Jr!M Co., Wnolctnlm an4 fovalty PropdstOM,
The genuine p!il soM by SEDGWICK k, D3 DnaP*
Stats Cuy, Iowa, Wliolveal* aad Retail Agents,
I prescribe and ftUyi
rCt»«sfl!n
doruo Big 3 as tbe oalf
specific fornhe pertain COT
G. ELINGEAHAM.M.
I'O 5 ©ATB.\
Oaarantatd sot laj
cauoStriaUira.
ICRDOULY TYTHE
Amaterdum, M.
We hare sold Kg tec
many yean, and a ka
.ctven the best ef aaOa
faction.
IwHChiatalCfc
OiscdnufjJ
Gilo.
D. B. DVCIITT
It
C0U
Ohir%cn, IB.
llnrk^SSl.OO. Sold by DruggMfe
BORE WELLS Iii
Our Well Machines aro tho most EBSrrl filwUfcal 9.
UlvUABLK.UUHABLK.HrCCt2S.SFUL!
They do MOKE H'OltK and
make WEA'l'KB l»IJOF2T.
They
FIN Itfll Vt'ulia
where
othvra FAIL! Anv tiiio, 2
inched to £4 inches diameter. m^m
L0OKIS & NYMAH,
T«PFU"«, OHSO.^ia^^^^FRErr
TA^AU9 $10(1 ta fl.OM CarAfttllvfavaatcihere flflAJL
lAwUlVSnbrinic ANSVAIJ.V frna TWViTV fWVWW
Tat ui. i.U014 UiVESTim COh fiCUli, WUlk
B. C. N. 17. Now 5-t»i
0 H-N#§Wll ZE -L'A-GnOS^W:

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