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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1891)
Tr.eNATI0fiAlJlYMN.cro8T" WORLD'S fAIR.
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JEW LUMBER YAAR
J. I. UIUVES & c'J.
';AI,KIs IN MSB LUMBER,
HHINtiLES, LATH, HAHII.
' DOORS, BLIND.S.and all building material
Call and see us at the corner of
11th and Elm street, one block
lorth of Heisel's mill.
Everything to Furnish Your House.
M I. PEARLMAN'S
m HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
. uiii oiircliii-'cil tin; V. "Wecklmch store room on houth
I'ain street wlicre Iuiu now located I can sell goods cheap
I i- than the cheapest having just put in the largest Mock
11' new goods ever brought to the city. fJaolini! stove
id furniture of all kimUholil on the irMtnllment plan.
7 Q '0XLQW C2
jj WILL KKKP CONSTANTLV OX HANI) ....
, A Pull and Complete line of
t' '(V SBMSiaa tsjaini Aa
ri'scriptlons CarcfiillyCoinpoundcd at nlllourft
twl THE POSITIVE CURE.
pmntmitly on Imnd eycrythin
COHNKIi SIXTH AND Mlljf S'lHlCRT
7 Aar auSiMruit. ml tnr
J Or. IUMi Anulfi
i cough Kiu rs.
and wed.i't flo.1 R ptt4H
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v . J. X. Ittrtaboa
SAM i A ULAUo bUAP
. Country; 'lis of thee,
t 1,1 M o iiLr:y,
I. it freedom ring.
Mv native counirv tin
I ..i.Jut th: nobis, free
1 hv nnire I love;
I I Vr thv tucks rfiid frills
Lot oh: vvli.it laundry lih-,.
MvsmjI wiili horror thrills;
I A X VVI!M1 1 ,1"K 0 lrll'r
? JJJ I music swell the tft?
vVlicii I llii.ik of thor.
An J Now ttjronj.;li ail tla
t; i J .".au gi iuiy ir
V'!' Let sll for tlr
Join the appli
try a cake.
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rainis, ana uiis.
AND PURE LIQUORS
217 HI. 221 and 223 Main Hi,
. H. M B0S8, Proprietor.
Ibe i'erklns baa been thoroughly
renovated from lop to '.U..u iiJ
oow one of the lint hotels in the state
Boarders will he taken by thu week at
11. BO and tip.
GOOD BAR CONNECTED
Wsmos and Hlarkiinllh liop
Wagon, Huggy, Marhine and
. plow liepairinir done
IIOIWErtHOEINU A ril'ECIALTY
-It. ui the
Which is the lMt -eahoe for the
farmer, or for fait . vini?, or for rit
; purpo.es over invented. It is so made
j that anyone cut put on sharp or flat
corks, as ncedcil for w."t and liery
day, or smooth, dry roads. Call at
his hop and examine the NKMtuxi.ir
and you will uw no other.
J. M. HIISKLLHACKEIL
13 North Fifth !t. I'laiUmouth
d' t 1
I he movement whmj ha ea woll
nVgnu in many parts of lie country to
reform tin wagon roudb, which have to
a treat extern fallen Into a sail atate of
neglect, la likely to be forwarded hy the
action taken by ever:il agricultural col
Ifu'H. ami lurtiouhirly hy L'ortiell uui
TiTsily, in giving courscn of iiiBtruction
Very oflen brd roadit exist becuune'no
on in their vicinity knows how to con
struct a road The peopl oftn do thu
bent tliey caii, but road making in a
KMi-nrn iu it ,,1-lf, brlruudng projxtrly to
the civil eiigvnner'a profetwiou
Iu Cornull univernity the profewor of
civil iiKiiieKriiitf, tlie profewtor of agri
culture and t lie profensor of horticulture
dMve been directed to prepare a plan fur
piit.tiuK the roudnof the univermty prop
erty into the bent poaHihle condition; and
when the road ban been coinplote'l an
inscription la to be put upou it, atating
bow much it coat, what materials were
oed, and wtiat uie-thoda were employed
In iu conntruotioa.
In aeverai aKricultural collegea, couruea
of JoCtUfea itiw hivbii by practical uieu
upon roadiuakiug Farmer' iiiatitutea
are taking tbe matter up, and the people
everywhere are luarui.ig that much bet
ter metboda of roadinaklug exiat thun
the old one of heaping np dirt in the
middle ol the driveway, to be worked
into ruu and washed into the ditcht
again in thu courne of a yeir. Youtb'a
Oolil Clmla In Lump of Coal.
A enrioua bud has been brought to
light by Mm. 8. W. Culp. A .lie wan
breaking a lump of coal preparatory to
putting it iu the acuttle ahe dixcovered.
aa the lump fell apart, imbedded iu a cir
cular ihape, a imall gold chain aliotit
ten inclie in length of antique and quaint
workmanship At brat Mrs. C'nlp thought
the chain had beeu dropped accidentally
in the coal, but a she undertook to lift
the chain up the Idea of its having been
recently droped was at once made fal
lacious (or aa the lump of coal broke it
aepurated aluioet in the middle, and the
circular poeitiou of the chain placed the
two ends ui-ar to each other. As the
lump tu'paraled the middle of the chain
became loum-Oifd, while each find re
mained laxtened to tbe coaj.
This is a study for the students ot
archaeology who love to puzzle their
brains over the geological construction
of the earth, from whose depths tbe ca
nons is always cropping out The lump
ol coal from which this chain was taken
Is supposed to come from the Taylor
vilhj or Faua inlnur, and italmoat buHbes
ones breath with mystery when it is
thought for bow many long ages the
pmrtb hits been forming strata after
strata whicb uid the gulden links from
new The chain was of eight carat
gold and weighed eight pennyweigbM.
MorrUonvil. (Ills.) Times.
A Lanfllxly's HIIL
In the bonwi of a lady in the Kurfarst-en.nri.-je,
Uerhn. an Engluhmaa took s
fnrninbed room and agreed to pay thirty
three marks mouth for It At the end
of that time he asked for the bill, when
to his surprise he found the thirty-three
marks bad risen to eighty for bis apart
ment Amoug other peculiar items in
lbs bill were: "for nsing the carpet,
fonr marks, for one of knife and fork,
four marks; for patting the room in or
der, ten marks, 'or use of chair on the
occasion of a visit from yonr brother,
rour mark." The lodger considered this
reckoning preposterous, and refused to
pay, so the lady detained his boi, whlnh
contained large sum of money. The
Englishman baa sought the aid of the
law in revising the bill of thu specula
tive hostess. Londou News.
Two Smm tooii.
The latest outbreak of the souvenir
poou mania is a "love spoon." The
bowl Is bHart shapld and of bright gold,
or. cynical sugge.tinn, of gilt. The
bandle is a Silver arrow, its barbed point
piercing tbe center of the heart and ita
haft entwined with forgetmeuota. The
ipoon is intended primarily for an en
gagement token, but it can be inflicted,
in one dozen lots, on a bride, or used aa
a pledge of affection on any auiiabia
provocation. Another new souvenir freak
is the "old oaken bucket" spoon, a "sou
venir of childhood." The bowl depicts
the bottom of the well, with the bucket
floating on tbe water. The chain runs
np through tbe month of the well, at
the shoulder of the spoon, and np the
bandle to an oak tree at tbe top. New
hs4 Whll. A.lMp.
The Bath (Me.) Times says a youug
man visiting that city takes the prise for
the queerest somnambulistic feat on
record. Ue went to bed with the Idea
of a ruling early and shaving. In tho
nlgbt he found himself on the floor. The
next morning he went to the looking
glaas and prepared to shave, when be
diKuvelrd limt bU buard bad bvt-D re
moved as clean and nice aa a barber
would have done iu
1 bought Tk.i W.r. friend..
A big leopard seal came up in tho
midst of a lot of bathers at Santa Dur
bar, Cat., causing a good deal of alarm
at first, aa some thought the creature a
ihark or sea sorixnt. Borne of the boys
barked like a seal and the visitor seamed
for a tune to think it was among friends
of its own kind and kept coming closer,
until finally, taking in the situation, it
turned tail and fled out to sea again.
Tli. Illith uf Nov.tnb.r.
There are some peculiar coincident In
the family history of Uncle John Turel-
eiu, or tli jjobon neighborhood He
will be eighty-seven years o d on th Rth
of Novembers his mother was born on
the Oth of November and died on the Oth
of November, mid he had thn-e sUtnrv,
all of whom were born on the Oth of NV
vember.-llmrcKUbuig (Ky.) Sayings.
I. Ik. tLii; Olli.r Hlg-D.
KerpulT the gram," reads a sign on
the court hnue ground at IIilUd:!e.
Just live spears of gi ... .ue vbiihle by
actual count. -Dvtioit News.
Making It II ol lur a IS.r.
An advertisement for a wile brought
several answers to the ad vert lanr, a young
gentleman or Taiviitnin. la. Among
them whs one nitrned "Cora," of Spring
dale The writer's sentiments and cln
rography Hft'iiiiil to itidlrnteayoiing lady
of rrlifieiiienl regular correHpotidenm
followed, and then tbe young mail agn-ed
to go u Spriiigd.ile and meet his ideal
The met at the railroad station and
stnrted oft together Then a prixcsHion
of 2(Ki wags uf the place followed tiie
couple, and paraljz! the young Lo
thario by stepping up in turn and in
qninnu' ahont tlie health of the tiewitcli
It should here tje stated that 'Cora
wan peiHonaU-d by a smooth faced yoiiny
man, arrayi.il in his mothers togg-rv
Lothario soon realized that be waa the
victim of apractical joke, and deserting
the giggling "Cora" he burned to tin
train aud staru-d homeward. A tele
graph 0erator had prepared for his re
ception in Tarentum by sending a tele
gram thither, and when Lothario urn veil
there the whole town had turned out In
body to make exasperating iriquinc;
ahont Ins conquest of "Cora." Yankee
"Thai I. L4i..."
In a small watering place in western
i-r'ihHia a ncli Imly with her daughter,
nineteen years old. hired a cottage for
the whole-.ummer season.
But tlie two ladies bad not been six
weeks in the place when they suddenly
depmtwl. The reason for this abrupt
ending of their pleasure trip was a love
affair between the young lady and a
spruce fJalierman, which the mother
crushed in the bud. With this, how
ever, the story does not end.
The inhabitant of the place, fearing
that some more young Ladies might fall
in love with the nice fisherman, whicb
would consequently lead to more abrupt
di'iiartures, resolved to prevent such oc
currences In future.
They held a meeting and decided thtt
the fliihonnan should be punished se
verely for his imprudence in allowing
himself to be the object of love for
young ladies A committee took the
culprit to an open place and flogged him
so unmercifully that the poor fellow had
to lie in bed for several days. Boston
Th. I'rlc. of Coal.
A gentleman who has given much
thought to the price of coal said to we:
"The owners of anthracite coal hope that
when householders return to town 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
hands of the coal barons and make the
price of coal higher. The sensible thing
to do is to purchase from hand to mouth
instead of tilling their cellars.
"That would result in the large com
panies beiug compelled to carry along
great quantities of coal and would gradu
ally reduce the price of this much needed
article. Tlie earnings and the income of
people nowadays are on the decrease,
aud an excellent way to curtail house
hold expenses is to force down tbe price
of coal to the level it ought to reach."
New York Epoch.
A I.OHJ ll.nil tiho.t,
A bouse on Long Wand 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, lie suc
ceeded, but the ghosts weren't of the
kind we see represented In pictures. lie
hrard a strange noise late ono night and
located it on the roof. Accordingly he
armed himself with clulai and repaired
to the roof His coming did note nine
the mysterious sounds to cease, and so
he gradually crept along until he came
down on tlie "ghost," It was a large
vase that was Ixing rocked by the high
winds, causing the unearthly noises, lis
pitched the ghost to the ground, smash
ing it into a thousand pieces and then
relumed to bed. New York Letter.
Tb. Trnubl. an 1'mbr.lla Caiiwil.
"An overturned umbrella blown from
a room in the Hotel Ryan, at St Paul,
mimed a peculiar flood rMViitlv," said
B. C Calkins.
"The umbrella blew so as to obstruct
the corner catch basin during a terrific
ram. Down came the flood, aud tbe
gutter became swelled into young
creeks. Slowly the water in tlie ditches
increased, nntil It ran over and flooded
the basementa of the neighboring mer
chants, who found gallons of Water Iu
their cellars, and hundred of dollars'
worth of goods were destroyed, all lw
cause of an nptnrned umbrella." Chi
Hi. II. t I.T.d Hi. Traatla.
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. He sent in an alarm to tho officials,
and remained to fight the fire as best he
could. The only water to be obtained
was from the branch, aud River carried
it steadily iu hi hat for hour nutil as
sihtanca arrived from town In the ehap
of a locomotive loaded with employees.
The opxrtune aid of River 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 thousauds of seed vessel, full
blown blossoms and buds. A young
woman has been sketching the scene
daily for some time past. The impish
lads that infest the park stand npon the
edge of th lake and hasso the blossoms.
Including approaches, the new London
Tower bridge will bo more than half a
mile long, and 80,000 tonsof stone, 20,000
ton of cement, l.'i.OOO tons of steel and
iron aud 31,000 tons of brick will enter
Into its composition.
Eight thousand Jewish residents of
OdiHs.t are under notice of eipnUion.
The majority vf these ieoplo own real
estate in and alsiut the city, and nearly
all are engaged in ImsincsH.
yo ' . ;
plo;, . . . '
. and i. . 1 -
he r,-i;i.i-n-il i,,-, ,
! with prei.ty hvly v ' :
; as his wife. Sin- war
I neighborhood of (leonrei'
. is a rich Blu - tirass stocki '
, The happy couple after i' -;
j Visited Florida, and ronteiy '.
! Ui California, whi-u all of '
I 'o''l'd to disagree , , -'
Mr TolU'rt in;- '"'.
he cannot umlte her ha'pj
Wit. so far M appi aranci i,
ed, seem tJiie willing to-;,
old lines, but Albert calltti.
.. .. i ' i
Tollrrt gave his bride 1,'- 1
1.-,1 ' ' jTelry
tick, 'hu'vt at
ipons wlnf h are
aud f.'.WMl in United States "
as s uii aHiiie ot aood lu
tacneo thereto the cmpons whWIi are
due next Jannurv Then tliev Ifi941.1l
embraced, took one more look into e.'ich
other' eyes and parted. She returned
to Georgetown. He is In this city.
Cincinnati Cor. Philadelphia Record. .
Killed a liner with Pix'k.tlwiUe.
One morning about three weeks Hgo
George Phaup, of Chesterfield, Va..
beard two hounds running a deer, but
aa this was no uu'vual occurrence in his
neigh Imrhood lie paid no attention to it.
Later in the day, while about to cross
the Appomattox river bridge below his
house, he was surprised to recognize the
voices of the same two hounds he had
heard in the morning, and this time they
were baying something in a slosh on the
low grounds, which, on investigation,
proved to be an enormous buck that had
got bung in such a manner that despite
his frantic efforts he could not release
Mr. Phaup bad no weapon other than
a poc.ketkiiifH, but he at tacked th ani
mal with that, and succeeded after a
desperate struggle with the thoroughly
enraged buck in cutting bis throat. The
final and most difficult task was gotting
his prize on the horse, but he soon ao
compliKbed this, and your humble serv
ant had a piec of the venison for break
fast the next morning. Cor. American
.turn's King. Kl.app.ar.
According to Prof essor George 0. Corn
stock, of the Washburn observatory,
Madison. Wis., the phenomenon of the
disappearance of the rings of Saturn has
just occurred. Once in fifteen year the
earth in ita motion about the sun passes
throngb the plane of the rings of Saturn,
o that they are turned edgewise toward
the earth. Tlie rings are so thin that
they then disappear altogether from
sight in an ordinary telescope, while in
the more powerful one the planet ap
pears to have a fine needle thrust through
it. The appearance of tbe rings at the
timea of disappearance and reappearance
is of special interest to astronomers, since
it furnishes information with regard to
the nature of these appendages not other
wise attainable. Philadelphia Ledger.
School Savings Bauks In ? iglaud.
There has been a large tucr.-ase of the
number of scholar! in the schools of
England since Sept. 1, when the free ed
ncation act went into fore. The man
ager of schools advised the parents of
the scholars to put into saviugs banks
for the lienefit of their children the thrve
pence per week that had previously been
paid for the educalluu of each child, aud
school savings banks were established to
receive these deposit. This advice was
followed by large numbers of parent in
various parts of England, and the banks
have already been of service. In the city
of Manchester, for example, more than
S.hOO new account have beea opened in
them the first month. The small fund
thus deposited will be useful to the chil
dren hereafter. London Letter.
h..p t'h.at ProtMtor.
At this season of the year so many
people are caught unawares at a distance
t from their hearth and home and warm
cloth that it is a good tinm to mention
the great value of newspaper a client
protectors. Let the pajmr be firmly
dried and then folded into several thick
nesses and placed across the chest. If
they are also wrapped in strips around
the anna it will be found that they exert
a beneficial influence.
lrofhsion J economist " who ntilize
everything, even to old tin cans and shoe
tops, are quit nnstlnted In their praises
of old newspapers, and use them for
linings for quilts, stnfllng for beds, pil
lows, dress linings and sole protectors.
New York Commercial Advertiser.
Th. Thuml.rboll and tb. Il.rbxl Wlra.
A wicked Connecticut thunderbolt got
hold of a Tartar at the Cheney farm at
North Ilsven a few day ago when it
tackled a barb-d wire feno that encir
cle a big lot belonging to Mr. Cheney.
The bolt hit the fence near the house,
split itself In two, aud the divided bolt
went entirely arouud the field in oppo
site directions at the same time. The
wire jingled lilw a cotton spindle, but
held their own pretty well, though the
bolt yanked out of the ground eleven
post that carried the wires. New York
A itout Indian woman whose weight
1 over 300 pouuda, fell through a wooden
sidewalk In Bath, Me. The injury to
tbe walk so annoyed the street commis
sioner that he told the woman that here
after she must walk in the middle of the
The recent heavy crops of wheat aud
corn are already showing thoir effect
upon the slock and market. Wall
street la more active than it ha been for
years, aud the return flow of gold from
Eurojaj has already reached over l,000,
000. A laborer, while at work on a sewer
iu Scdalia, Mo., recently, was Approach
ed by a young man inquiring for work
who turned out to be his sou who had
run away from home ten year before
wl'en the family lived in St. Loui.
Ctllltl ...1. I A
t.-i ill flntxvnrii,lia
ureal nnTerer Irnin a
IiIihmI and Ri-ueral dclillilj ; . , , . , '
so reiturai Unit 1 mis mil, ;' '
tig that I did lor tlie eoi i'
so miioh an Ayer's Sarsupn," ,' . '
of which restored me to he t .''.'
I take every opportunity I, ) ' . .
medicine In aimllat eases. i. .
Mala t, CblUksoUi&i'-UuSu" ' , '
FOR ERU V. .'
And aft disorders arg7 ;,
the blood, such as boils . ' "
blotches, salt-rheum, sc. f., , . t'
sores, and tbe like, take c .' ' 1
Ayer's Sarsi.ia I
DR. 3. 0. AYEE tt CO., Lowell, Ma...
Prlc $1 ; ill battle, S. Worth i bottle
iHKMCA KF'AST ,S "
Hy. tl-iir ii::Ii k-owlrnjro nf (tie natnrat 1
laws which kovhim t1(. i,,-,t01 , f dlut'en
a il M.tilllim and l s i inclul iipi lloallnn of
Mie line inopei I ihh ol well ni-leeleil i'o na Mr.
hi ps Ims proviileil 0111 - break fnr tiilile with a
itellcaiely It' vorei) lieveonre w-hleli may hvb
ns iiiuiiv hvv doctor' hills. It I. bv!the Juilio
Ii'Iin use nf nicli article- nf ilii-t thai a eon
" 1 1 1 1 1 j ' li ma lie mailiiHlly liuill up until striuiK
eimiieh lo resist everv t iidi ncy In disease
liundicdi. (if Hii I ' r..e;nHs are ttoalln i
(round in remlv to a'liick wherever here I. a
week point. We iiikv ecupe iiutnv a fatal
sliaft hv keeoli if our-iive well fortified wpli
pure liloo and a properly nourished frame."
Civil rvl-e (iselle. "ailoHl simply with
hnillnit water ' inpk. Hold only In hull-pound
to. In iiroceri's cilielled tliur:
JAM lis KITH a III).. Iloiwronathlr- Chemist
I ondon KukUuiI ,
C Dr. Grosvenor'r ?
MnrwiuonM. vmniii. Tnr M M iv . lra.,iMj
MAID P.ai ciu
r.iftiiM and Uiaiuii'ie tit hair.
I rmu.Hrf . luitnunt rruwlh.
MftTxr Fall, to Boitor. grn
H.lr to It. Youthful ColorT
Curn nip ibM, a li.lr lillii..
--. n-iS 1 1 tint lining.!.
lr'. IWniiljr, I.l Itttlo., I'.in.'la.alatioM.llUcu.
H IN DE RCORNS. Th. onlrrewnirefhr Conn.
Uip tli im. L. M w IIUCOX CO, II. V.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Tim Bkst Sai.vic in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores, Ti tter, C'hapM:d Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, aud posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give satisfaction, or
money refunded, price 2." ceuts per box.
Kor sale by F. O. Fricke & Co.
A National t vent.
The holding; of the World's Fair
in a city Hi urt i ly fifty yearn old
.will lie n rcinarkalile event, hut
whether it will really benefit thin
nation a much an the ilixcovcry of
the KcHtorntive Nervine bvfc Ir.
Franklin Milea in doubtful. Thin in
jiiMt what the American people need
to cure their exeeHKive iiervoiiHiieHH,
(lyMiepMia. headache, tliazincHH,
HleepleisnncH, neuralgia, nervous e.
iiiiny, (iniiiicnH, oiitiiHion of miiKi,
etc. It nctH like a tharin. Trial
bottle Hint tine hook on "Nervoun
and Heart I)ineaneH," with une
Hiialed tctliinotiiaU free nt F. (J
h rit ke A Co. It in warranted to con
tain no opium, morphine or ilaiitfer
otm druoM. j
For many years Mr. H. F. Thomp
son, of Ilea Moincw, Iowa, wiih no
verrly nfllictetl with chronic diarr
hoea. He hujh: "At tiiiu-H it wan
very acvere; ho iniiih no, that I
feaenl it would end my life. About
rteven years ng;o I ihanieil to pro
cure ii bottle of Chamberlain'M
Colic, Cholera im Diarrhoea
Kemedy. It "ve me prompt relief
iincl I believe cured me permanent
ly, as 1 now eat or drink without
harm anylhinir I please. I have
uIho used it in my family with the
bent rcHiilla. For sale by F. G.
Frickie A Co.
Two vearM ano the Haller Prop.
Co.' ordered their bottles by the box
-now they buy by the carload.
Anioiitf the populnraiicl sueceseful
remedies they prepare is Haller'
Sarsaparilla Ac Hurdock which is
the most wonderful blood purifier
known. No driiffgist hesitates to
recommend this remedy.
For sale hy druggist.
Heurt disease is usually Huppom-il
to he inciirnhle, lint when properly
treated a larg;e portion of cases can
he cured. Thus Mrs. Ktmira Hatch,
of F.lkhnrt, Ind., and Mrs. Mary I..'
I laker, ol Ovid, Mich., were cured
after sulTcriiij; 'JO years. S. ( l.in.
hurgfer, druguist'iit San Jose, 111.,
Hiiys that Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure
which cured the former, "worked
wonders for his wife." Levi Lojraii
of Iliichaiiaii, M ich., w ho had heart
disease for IKI years, says two bottle
made him "feel like a new man."
Dr. Miles' New H t-iiit Cure is sohl
ninl ituri'iiterrt hy I''. I i. Frickn ..
Co. llondol 'voii'li-! till ti'f-1 if i , '
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