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HNANDS OF CK1AKS
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.10BACCO ANP SMOKIES ARTICLES
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.TEASSiCTS'A GENERAL EIMUIC BBSlSES
.!..( JtllKMlH of rtt'lMi-its britriiin UitKrwi
Hiivilp 8i"ll exriiuni-'i. ri'mny " ,
ANK OF CASS CO!' XT Y
Cor M.iin Mini Klflli street.
(1 U) Clillillll
, -a one
t'v.w,-. Vice Pr-iMti1
i m iiti.rHiiti riulielr
t' m" IViitenum. AMt .vhltif
(! 1 1. Pan. el", J. M ratteMtm. Freil tionier.
Sinitli K. B. Wlii'lliam, B. 8. Kamey and
T. M.Patl' m
k OENEIiAL MUS1NC BUSINESS
...ni. ii.iiic.tBr' l-iierrst allowed or, time
deposit and prompt attciilloiulven to all lni-
Uiess BPirumeii i " cmo.
Wlienyou v,i to a uliou store your
object if not only to buy nlioes but
to procure for what you upend the
best that your money will buy.
Ia' than this w-ill not content you;
more than tins you cannot, in rea-
hou. sisk. tur inettiods are as
olmtile as vour tlenircn. We do not
lift your expectations to the clouds,
but we rcali.e tnein wnaiever nicy
ri u e win iievei Mil""' piii
Vr..Hts to ours and nowhere else
Jtn von iret a fuller and fairer
ii It. it.. ni for vonr money. .n
1 ... C. . . I . I .. i,iir.hll4P
vmi is our eU
Tr-f SH O E S OR
M iMain Street.
il il I'KPP
i' i ,5
Has 0Mrid up The
Finest.--Flean-st, - Co4"St
IN THIv CITY
Whore in ii v bo fouiul choice wines
liquors ami cigars.
ANHF.l'SF.R IU'SCII HKI'.K.
MASS' AI.K WIIITK LABKL
alwnvs on liaml.
COKXIiK OK MAIN A.l I'OI KTII ST.
THE Lb DING
HAS THE MOST
STOCK IN THE CITY.
mmm fresh and - in - seasiin
A TT EX TI( )X FA K' M K k'S
I want your l'oultry, Kggs, Hut
tor and your farm produce of all
kinds, I will pay you the highest
cash price as I am liuyinir for a
firn in Lincoln.
TI I IC I.KADIM r (;iCKR
DKAI KK IN
STAPLE AND FANCY
(il.A A A L
i I'uMc Solicited
JOHNSON EOILDINGN Sixth St
S. K. H A I.I, & SON
Keep nil kituls of liuililer liunlware on hand
anil will Kiipply i.'iiiitia('4 ri ni. mosi in v
and all kinds ol I 1m work .rnni"tly
Order' from III.) romnry Pollened
611! 1'ea.sl St.
l'LAITSMOL'TIl, N KB.
THE OLD RELIABLE.
!. i. wma k u
Shitmlcs. Lath, SmIi,
t!an mipply everw dcniaiid of the city
Cull ami (jet termx. Fourtli ntrcut
in rear of ocr luuise.
Chamborlaln's Eyo and Skin
A certain euro for Chronic Soro Eyoc,
Totter, Suit Rheum, Scald Head. Old
Chronic Sores, Fever Soros, Eczema,
Itch, Irairie Scratches, Soro Nipples
and Tiles. It is coolies and toothing.
Hundreds of cases have been cured by
it after all other treatment bad failed.
It Is put up in C3 and CO cent boxes.
THE LEAD MINES OF HV
TRADITIONS CONCERNING THl M
;-!nr!(:iiii!s!i of Former M li.i 1 ti
Into Hiilleis Ore Kiipplled by IimIIhii- :
Pointers Tlit Ho Not lleveli.p- I'.e.l
Men's l'l.r Mini Wm.
Where, if anywhere, are tin' 1
mine of northwestern !,.'iiiisvlvani..V
connection with ntteni; to hii '
(jnesliou tin-writer hereof, in b, -y:v !
harvesteil i:tany on lrui.-e by ;
mid treasure dream by uiiit, t.., .i
with nnineroii-i triol it um.s of t no days of
practically iiiiorokvn loresis. lar
trrease and trni:ev:il eeunmny.
I'liis M-etton. coinnriMii)? jiarts ni
northern Wikiho and sou them Cr.w
ford counties, is about forty miles south
of Corrv. sixteen miles mirth of Oil Ciiy.
ten miles west of Tiinsville and eight
een inileH east of Meadville. There is no
doubt in the minds of plenty of entirely
rational people that somewhere within.
or contiguously without, the region
country which these towns bound, tin r
in a locality whre u:i exceptionally goon
quality of lead ore may bo obtained, or.
at least, the locality where ore of Mien
quality was obtained formerly by the
Indians, both for their own use and tu
Mil or trade to llio Willie seiners. y-
the source of this supply wus carefully
kept a secret by the ludiaus mainly ot
Chief Competitor's tribe and has never
Wn discovered, it is regarded as rea
sonable to infer that it may yet be a
source of profit as to believe that it waf
A PIOSKF.K'8 EXPKHIICNC'E.
At what is now Hiadleytown, a vil
laire three miea smithwest or liere. on
one of the branches of Suar Creek
pioneer named Jacob Jennintrs lived Hlfl
years ago and had near his pioneei
house a Biuall blacksmith shop. From
Mrs. Samuel Matsoti, of Chapuianville,
aud John Jennings, of Sunville, Mime
interestin reminiscences were obtained
us related by their father, who was a
son of Jacob Jennings. The latter, it!
his blacksmith shop, frequently smelted
aud run into bullets rich lead ore sup
plied by the Indians. They made pen
odical trips to this place for that pur
pose. Coining up from the Allegheny
river they made it a point to reach bin
home in the evening, there being usually
several in the party. They would he
allowed to siay and would sleep around
the fireplaces in the house aud shop. At
daybreak they would strike northward
tip the creek and would return a few
hours later with a stock of the lead
product to be melted. No amount of
persuasion, of barter or of purchase
prico would cause them to disclose tin
whereabouts of the le'ul deposits.
Fifty years mo. according to a mem
her of the family. Mrs. Robert (Jillespie
and a daughter, then a little girl, were
lost in the woods, and during their wan
derings found along a ravine an out
cropping of lead filled rook, a piece of
which they took with them. After find
ing their way home they were unable to
find their way back with older members
of the family to the point where they
had found the lead. Various ami con
tinuous searches have been made since
along the ravines in that section, one
enthusiast devoting a considerable por
tion of a year to the search; but Hside
from a fragment weighing about four
pounds. and found in afield in Randolph
township, Crawford county, where it
had apparently been dropped, no load
ore has boon discovered.
MATERIAL FOK ritOSrECTOIlS.
The prospector able to develop point
ers from Indian relics, may find consul
erable material in that line in this see
tion. At Wallaceville. three miles south
east of here, he may find a whole field of
yet well defined mounds and excava.
Hons. A mile north of here, just across
the line in Crawford county, he may
find remnants of several large stone
piles constructed of stone having nota
ble uniformity in size and piled up by
the Indians for some unknown purpose
la-fore the time of the earliest settlers.
If he will follow the plow for a season
in the southwestern part of this town
ship Plum township, Venango county
or the northerly adjoining township of
Troy, in Crawford county, his labors
will probably be rewarded with a fresh
stock of pities, weapons and other relics
of the noble and ignoble Lo.
If he will further follow the plow in a
field along the Sugar Creek flats, aliout
two miles north of the Jacob Jennings
homestead, and will fail to lift the point
of his plow when he reaches a certain
point iu that field, his plow handles will
smite him hip aud thigh and put him to
rout. The cause thereof will be that the
plow point will strike the edge of a circu
lar bed of burned and pounded stone It
is about ten feet in diameter, projects to
the top of the ground where efforts have
not been made to get down to the bot
tom of it, and is known to have been
there fully 150 year how much longer
no man knows, as it was theu, accord
ing to pioneer tradition, as much a mat
ter of mystery and antiquity as at pres
ent. If the lead prospector chooses to con
sider it of no value to him, he may re
gard it as one of the places where the
Norsemen, poking out this way from
Newport and the vicinity of Boston,
paused to bake lieans. If he is inclined
to bo less skeptical he may do as tradi
tion says the early settlers did regard
it as the foundation of a sort of Indian
crucible or furnace which served in part
as a srnelter for lead previous to the in
troduction of firearms on this continent,
and for purjcs unknown. Plum (Fa.)
Cor. Philadelphia Press.
He Had Change.
-Have you change for half a
Where's the half
Tramp 1 haven't any, bnt I thort if
you had change for a half dollar you
might have a dime er two fer a poor
man wot's seen better days. All the gen ji
I have asked fer help laid they hadn't
any chaDgp. Good News.
Making II Hot for l...rr. i
An advertisement f..i a wite brought
h vcral answers tu til.. .-...vertiser. h young
gentleman f 'l'.'.it ill ..ui. I'h Among
tin-ill wsi ! signed Cora.', of Spring
dale Tiie wriici n n iitiiiK'iilK and chi
of refinelll -III
loh.'wed, arnl .
d lo :U ntea young lady
iv r eon e i-ot'ileKi
;,t ii l i.- young man .igi .-ed
: !.in ad meet Ins ideal
the i . Ii.i.ul stutifi an 1 :
'.i ! I'.. . n a ;r c sn.-i
I ! ie pl.iee followed the
i. !i .il' the iouii. I..'
n;. in turn nn ! v.
tin- tienl;ii ol the howiti i 1
to y.o to Sp i
Tu. v tin t -
! : '
.' 0 V. .;
t .: V. . .I
li ie bo oii.Wd tliiil Cci4
ted by a smooth faced youn
his mothers toggery
,".!;zod that he was the
victim of a practical joke, and deserting
the giggling "Cora" he hurried to the
train and started homeward. A tele
ur iph operator Had prepared for his re
oeption in Tarentuin by sending a tele
gram thither; and wheu Lothario arrived
there the whole town had turned out in
a body to make exasperating inquiries
about his conquest of "Cora." Vankeo
'Tint! I Love."
In a small watering place in western
Priih-sia a rich lady with her daughter
nineteen years old, hired a cottage (or
the whole summer season.
Hut the two ladies had not been six
iveeks in the place when they suddenly
departed The reason for this abrupt
ending of their pleasure trip was a love
affair between the young lady r id a
spruce fisherman, which the r other
ctushed in the bud. With this, how
ever, the story does not end.
The inhabitants of the place, fearing
that some more young ladies might fall
in love with the nice fisherman, which
would consequently lead to more abrupt
departures, resolved to prevent such oc
currences in future.
They held a meeting and decided that
the fisherman should be punished se
verely for his imprudence in allowing
himself to lie the object of love for
young ladies A cmnuuth'O took the
culprit to an open place and flogged him
so unmercifully that ihe poor fellow had
to lie in bed for several days. Uoaton
Tlir rrlee of Con I.
A gentleman who has given much
thought to tin- price of ooal said to mo:
'The ownersnf anthracite coal hopethat
when householders return totowu in Oc
tober they will lay in their full supply of
coal for the winter Now, if household
ers do this, they will simply play into the.
bunds of the coal barons and make the
price of coal Higher The sensible thin
to iId is to purchase from hand to liiouth
instead of filling their cellars
'That would result in the large com
panics being compelled to carry aloii;
great quantities of ooal and would gradn
ally reduce the price of this much needet1
uriii le The earnings and the income oi
people nowadays are on the decrease,
and an excellent way to curtail house
hold expenses is to force down the price
of coal to the level it ought to roach.
Now York Fpoeii.
A Long f.liiml Ghost.
A house on Long Island that long pos
sessed the reputation of being haunted
was rented by a man who had no fear of
ghosts, and who was determined if any
existed there to meet them, ile sue
ceeded. but the ghosts weren't of the
kiiid we n-e retiresonted in pictures. Ilo
hoard a strango noise late one night, and
located it on the roof. Accordingly he
armed himself with clubs and repaired
to the root ' His coming did notciuse
Ihe mysterious sounds to cease, and so
in- gradually crept along until he came
down on the "ghost." It was a large
vase that was being rocked by the high
winds, i ansiug the unearthly noises. Lie
pitched the ghost to the ground, smash
nig it into a thousand pieces and then
returned to bed. New York Letter.
The Trimble an Umbrella Caused.
An overturned unihrolla blown from
a room in the Hotel llyuu. at St. Paul,
caused a peculiar flood recently." said
II. 0. Calkins.
"The umbrella blew so as to obstruct
the corner catclibasin during a terrific
rain. lovn came the flood, and the
gutters became swelled into young
creeks. Slowly the water in the ditchea
increased, until it ran over and flooded
the basements of the neighboring mer
chants, who found gallons of water in
their cellars, and hnudreds of dollars'
worth of goods were destroyed, all be
cause of an upturned umbrella." Chi
Ills Hat Kavad tha Trestle.
Saturday evening Ben Rivers, of Jack
sonville, Fla., while walking the West
ern railroad track discovered that the
trestle over Highland branch was on
fire, fie seut in au alarm to the officials,
and remuined to fight the fire as best he
could. The only water to be obtained
was from the branch, and Rivers carried
it steadily in his bat for hours nntil as
sistance arrived from town in the shape
of a locomotive loaded with employees.
The opportuue aid of Rivers undoubted
ly saved the trestle from destruction.
The show of lotus in the lake on the
west side of Central park near One Hun
dredth street. New York, continues, and
there are thoiisauds of se'l vessels, full
blown blossoms and buds. A young
woman lias been sketching the scene
daily for some time past. The impish
lads that infest the park stand upon the
edge of the lake and lasso tl.o blossoms.
Including approaches, the new London
Tower bridge will bo more thai half a
mile long, and 80.000 Urns of stone, 20.000
tons of cemeiit, lA.OoO tons of steel and
iron and 31.000 tons of brick will enter
into its ci imp isition
Eight thousand Jewish residents of
Odessa arc under notice of expulsion.
The majority of the people own real
estate in and about the city, and near I)
all are engaged in business
llo OOki a uvrlok.
t'hirlev Metcalfe was foiling somn
-tor es illustrative of Hie box office tjian
fnbulaiioiiK -ll it weren't for some
jieoplc's dirty thainlis." said he 'I'd
wish the I '-rd had madi me in Isiok
I. inn lo. it pin in much lime in tin
box o'.'.'.ce k t i.ie few iniiiiitos I am
there is eiiongli for a lifetime The
average ticket buyer asf; enough Mian?
ipii'stioii-. inii what do you tninii of a
in .a who micks ins In-iul through tl.t
window and wants to know the name ol
i. ne; st'-.iliitr lie saw going down tii
Da-t nvi i d.iv 1 1 lo "e yesterdayr Wei'
my i.oy, mat's w hat happened this von
morning, aud that's not a marker' to
the questions some people ask either
"There's the man who knows every
thing and wants you to recognize it. the
man who knows nothing and proves it
and the woman who is nothing mote oi
less than a perpetually animated inter
rogation mark. Why, two days ago a
man came in and told me all about the
piece then being played in the house
After getting rid of him 1 had to choke
off a long breath to inform a follow
that the theater was ueither a hotel net
a lodging house. lie said he was sorry
that he liked the location first rate I'"
fore ! had recovered from the fit he nave
nie, a man with throe baskets, four cliil
droll and a woman walked into the
" 'Re they a-actiu or anything inside'
asked the man. 'No. sir.' said I. Pi v
formance at 8:15.' Then what do yon
suppose that man wanted? He actually
had the stupendous gall to ask me if he
aud his family couldn't go inside and
sit down for an hour or bo while they
ate their luncheon!" New York World
Women and Mica.
'1 wish somebody would find some
thing to take the place of the exceed
ingly stale and silly 'women and mice
paragraph which has been going the
rounds of the papers, with divers and
sundry changes rung on it, ever since 1
can remember, and goodness knows how
much longer," said a charming little
woman as she opened tno mousetrap
and lot two or throe of i1s occupants out
into the jaws of a number of hungry kit
tens. "1 wonder who started it any
way? Of course there are women who
are afraid of mice, no doubt, but I never
saw a woman make herself more ridicu
lous over a mouse than a certain man
did when one of those harmless little
creatures scooted up the log of his trou
sers. . "I don't imagine any ono would feel
especially comfortable with atiy such
foreign element meandering nruund one's
preserves; but why 'women and mice'
in particular, is what I don t understand,
t think there are very few bousekoeers
but what have frequent occasions to
come in contact with rats as well as
mice, and. as far as I can see. they seem
to survive at all events. 1 never hoard
of anybody dying from fear of them. I
snpposethat theinoiiso paragraph must
be near akin to that of the mother-in-law
Be that as it may. both are so
threadbare and laded and frayed out
and bleached with time and hard serv
ice that it would be a work of mercy
for some benevolent and intelligent para
graphia to get np a new supply of am
munition." New York Ledger.
Au Army of "I'oor" ICioployees.
To look al ter the city's standing army
of (leK'Udetlts aud deliuquoiits requires a i
l.: . i.i i e M'l . ...... I
? . . , ,
missionors with t.,000 a year each, a
. ..,.. i . n i
secretary who gets UVm aud a stall of
eleven at the ceutral C'lliee. besides the
superintendent of the outdoor poor and
There are 45 employees at the Tombs,
irtcludiug 4 physicians and 4 matrons.
There are 31 employees in the district
prisons (Jefferson Market. Essex Market,
Vorkville and Harlem), 72 employees at
the Bollevue hospital, besides 64 trained
female nurses, a chemist and 3 assist
ants, and (10 male nurses and employees.
There is a staff of 13 at the (Jouverneur
hospital, of 10 at the Harlem hospital,
of biO at the Charity hospital on Black
well's IrTund, of 82 at the tieuitentiary,
of 42 in the almshouse, of 4." iu the work
house, of 250 in the.city insane asylum,
of 50 in the Ward's island hospital, of
300 on Randall's ai Ward's islauds, of
22 at the Hart's inland workhouse, of
150 at the Hart's island asylum, of 73 at
the Islip asylum and of 11 in the store
bouse department on Black well's island.
New York Sun.
Itemarkable Feat of Strength.
E. P. Kendall gave a remarkable ex
hibition of his skill and strength with a
ten-pound dumbbell at noontime. He
matched himself against eight strong
men employed upon the grade work
about the county court honse, and
agreed to put up from shoulder to arm's
length a teu-pound dumbbell more times
than the eight men could. Kendall has
a limb which makes it necessary for him
to use crutches, and as he is of very
slight build the result of the contest ap
peared to be a foregone conclusion.
One after another the eight men took
their places. Kendall keeping time with
each one, and after the eighth bad
droptied his arm from sheer exhaustion
Kendall smiled pleasantly and ran up
bis score of consecutive lifts to an even
1,000. His best score with a twelve-pound
bell is 2. GOO lifts, and he has a brother
who holds the world's championship.
LI Tin i on JKIuhty-rour Cent at Week.
While on the subject of abstinence in
food, may I lie pardoned for mentioning
that mauy years ago, when a schoolboy,
1 tried how cheaply 1 could live, and
found that I was able to get, in summer,
everything I required in the slnqieof
good, wholesome food for three shillings
six and a half pence a week. Of course
I had little meat, and kept principally to
fruit and vo-,. tables, which I could buy
cheap, is I was near a large town.
The phrase, "catties in the air," has
been attributed to Sir Philip Sydney,
Swift, Fielding. Churchill and Sheii
stone It whs first used more than 250
yean ago by Robert Burtoti iu bia
"Auatomy oi" Melancholy."
Ars tlway U&Llo to suddra and sever
cokls, to croup, sons Uuoal, Iuej frte r, ir.
lleinrdlM, I eftwute, niunt t dmm
i.urd ttiUiout delay, foitlilnt la Is-Uer
adapted for such eiiierfearlw than Ayer'i
t 'hurry l'ecturul. 11 mxitln-t lli liilluuidt
liii'iiil.raiic, promotes ex HeUirntton, rclleviM
ooiikIiIuk. and Unhurt sh op. The prompt tun
of llii.siiiedicliiu lias saved liuiiuui-i .t tK- liven,
boll) of young and old.
'one ol my i lilldicn had croup. Thocn
was iitti'inlid by our phy-di l."n, uud m.im ui
puM'd lo lie well under eooUol. One niht
1 n;is m:u iled by the child's hard biuttlhiug,
. ml on uiii U il found It
H tisd nearly ceased to hrcatlie. Renllflng
that the child's ularmlnn condition had ho
Mini fhissllilc In spite of Uic medicine It had
taken, I reasoned that sueli remedies would
lie of no avail. Having a' part of a bottle of
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral In the house, I gne
the child three doses, at short Intervals, and
mxiniisly waited results. From the moment
jio Pectoral was given, the child's breathlm
trow easier, and in a short lime It was steep
luc quietly and breadline; naturally. The
child Is alive and well lo dny. and I do not
hesitate to s:y lliat AVer's n-rry Pectoral
saved IU u;'e."-C. J. V. uoilii,.e, Wortlium.
I ir For colds, coi.rIh, bronchitis, asllim
nn.l the rarly singes of ("iniumpMoii, take
Asa's Cheny Pectoral,
DR. J. C. ATER & CO., Lowell, Mass,
Bold by sll UruKKiiiti. Pr" !; ' bttl,i&
', K A T K 1' Lr- COM FOKTI NG
"llya thorouifli knnwlfilne of the natural
laws which govern the openiilni s of dlucl on
and nnlrilloii and hy a careful iiprleullon nf
the llie pi'i.pi" I Inn oi well seiee i"' i'ooi Vr.
Hun lins piovldvd our lueii'- lnl li.hle nilli a
I'el.i'icelv II vine.l lieve iine which limy -ive
I'S i.iitnv Ip'livv iloi'tiu'lil Is, H I- I'V Ihe lliillo
li ii use i.f oiii'Ii uil'ele-. e' Ciel Hint ii eon
Klliili'.n ma be iohiIimII.v I nil' up m ill slrmiu
enoiiuli In resist even I iwleney I i iM-ense.
Dumbed., of subtle inelnilles me ll- ulhil!
nroiiuil us ri'iidv lo aitiii'k wlieiever herein a
wcuk point. We may ei-ciipe iiiaiiv u faliil
slinfl bv seenli'ireiirne'ves well lor I II I'd will)
pun hlno i ii ud a properly noiirislie.t fiame."
Civil s,,,vj . (;nftto. va..t simply with
h.ii:iii! wnler nr milk. Soldi., y In hal. -pound
II'.-. In croi erli s. liilielled lliur:
,1AM is F.IT8 A l . Iloimeiipiilble chemist
I iiiidon Ki'idnnd
fli qttk rUtf
RtixumaUiin, nwnrsliH, ttariftrn1 InmhM'
, ,-:-,V.fj MAI I? BAL&AM
' . . .'" 1"mm ni id b'-nuitiHi the hair
I i ' ;' 1 I'ti Kutii-i m lriuntti Kf'wil'.
' A -iW'vor Fa.1 In to Krntoro Oraj
. V s". llliir to ltd Ytliithtiil f-lrr
tl ' '': . -V it CiUtfa mi) tliMMM'i A linlr UlllliK.
' fl'i-..n,.IHift )ni.-;'i.ii
i r.ii-KiT ft i -Mirfcr i o
Wnk l,iif .', iMttiiiv, I'ulu
Iihtiiiv, l'i.litf.'li..ll, l'ttii.'l'.lii In tlmc.AUi-u.
nni... 11 r nirt tlttl W.M.I (oiltfh.
The onlr iurr ciirf fur C.imi.
iiifcinu, vr lilSLoX CO., N. y.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
I n k !rsi Sai.vk iu the world for Cuts
lirinsi s, .Soros. Ulcers, HaltKhcuin. Fever
! Son s, 1 1 tier ( baopod Hands, Chilblains,
i , ,. wl . 1 .. ' , .
('onis, mimI mII Hon Eruptions, and posi-
,., , ' .,. , '
tiv Iv cmoe l'iii. or no pay required.
It is ir ii I'Mtiind to give satisfaction, or
hum cy r -fupilod. Price 25 cents per box.
F..i a ile by K. O. Kricke & Co.
How to Succeed.
This is the irrcut problem of life
which few talisfac1orily solve.
Some fail because of ill health, oth
ers want of luck, bnf the majority
from iiiHiillicicnt grit want of 'nerve.
They arc nervous, irror-olu to, chiiugv
nblc, easily g;ct the blues and "take
the spirits down to keep the spirits
up," thus wasting; money, time, op
portunity and nerve force. There is
nothing; like the kYstorati ve .Nor.
vine, discovered by the great spe
cialist. Or. M iles, lo cure all nervous
diseases, as headache, the Much,
nervous prostration, sleeplessness,
neuralgia, SI. Vitus dance, tits and
hysteria. Trial dottles and line
book of testimonials free at I', (i.
For many years Mr. H. F. Thump
son, of Den Moines, Iowa, was se
verely alllictod with chr onic diarr
hoea. He says: "At times it whs
very severe; so much so, that I
fcaerd it would end my life. About
seven yearn ago I chanced to pn
cure a dottle of ( hatnderlaiirn
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. It fjave me prompt relief
and I believe cured nie permanent
ly, as 1 now eat or drink without
harm anything. 1 please. I have
also used it in my family with the
dost results. For sale by I'. (.
Two years jig-o ihe llallcr Prop.
Co.' ordered their dottles by the box
now they buy by the" carload.
Among the popularaiul suoceseful
remedies they prepare is Ilaller'H
Sarsapat ilia Ac Hurdock which is
the most wonderful blood purifier
known. No druggist hesitates to
recommend this remedy.
For sale by druggist.
Good looks are more than skin
deep, d'qending upon a healthy
condition of all the vital organs.
If the Liver be inactive' yon have
a Hilious Look, if your stomach
be atfectcd yolt have a Dyspeptic
Look aud if hour Kidneys bo clfected
yov will have a Pinched Look. Si;
curs good health and vou will have
good looks, Flectrio (litters is the
great altert'tive and Tonic acts
directly on those vital organs.
Cures Pimples,' Hlotcln s. Boils aiul
gives a good complexion. Sold at
F. ('.. Fricke Si I'o's Drugstore. ."hC
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