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Of any Cass County Paper.
'J' I IK sugar trust is losing its
ill ho aninxod to
before the rluo of another
rp...- .,i.mi i Kansas this
-t.iAI.IV ifcwwuu r-
vriir won't l'o. 'J h:it. state lias already
l 1.....r..tii.ir tho lliL'L'lt wllWlt
crop raised in tho history of tho state,
nnd coin i' i'01 P1:' l oquuliy
n'i.n n.Mivi.r Times savs that '"shirt-
waists and an opportunity to Reek
cimiI places art) now embraced by every
body."' A shirt waist that was em
braced by everybody would be passe
tin d not particularly attractive.
Tiik admiral in charge of tho Cadiz
lleet intimates that if we want his
ships we will have to go all the way
over there after them. Ho is not half
so accomodating- a gentlemen as Cer-
vora or Montijo of Manila.
Conukkssman Stuiidk lias arrived
in Washington to vote lor the
Ilawaian annexation resolution, lie
rc)orts nine-tenths of the republicans
of his district as favoring annexation
and ho is certainly not mistaken in his
viow of the situation.
Tin-: victory in Orcirou for sound
money and republican principles
grows larger as the completed returns
come in. Tho same thing that hap
pened to Oregon will happen to Ne
braska this fall when a republican
majority of from o,000 to 10,000 will be
TliK supremo court took another
turn at Uartloy. but tho twenty-year
sentence to the penitentiary was af
firmed and there is nothing left now
to bo done but to go down ana serve
out his term. If he concludes to tell
to whom he loaned the state money,
there will be some company for him at
DkLomk and Carranza have dis
graced themselves, and been driven
out of tho country by injudicious letter
writing. They should have taken .a
few lessons in American politics, and
learned how important it was not to
write letters. Blaine would no doubt
have been president had ho not been
affected with tho letter writing habit.
Col. I'.kyax will soon be in touch
with free silver China, as he is to take
his regiment to tho Philippines if the
war coutinues. It looks now at
Madrid as though tho bottom might
fall out at any time. If Sagasta is as
sagacious as he ought to be, he will
soon call a halt and run up the white
Hag. The idea of holding onto Cuba
or tho Philippines is a joko that the
most obdurate Spaniard can begin to
Thk London Spectator warns the
"concei t" of powers in Europe that
if they really want to make America a
first class fighting power, all they
have to do is to keep on talking of in
terference with her in the Philippines
or in the matter of terms of peace with
Spain. That will put Uncle Sam on
his mettle quicker than anything else,
and he will 60on have an army and
navy competent to deal with a "con
cert" or any other man. State
Thk democrats and pops in the
house voted unanimously against tho
bill providing for the casting of tho
Tote of tho volunteers in tho army for
members of congress. This action is
quite significant and establishes two
points. First, that they strongly sus
pect that their candidates are going
to get tho worst of it in tho soldier
vote, and second, that they are ready
and willing to disfranchise a soldier
because he votes the republican ticket.
It cannot fail to remind tho veterans
of the civil war of the obstreperous
opposition of the democrats to the
allowance of the franchise to the sol
diers in 1S61-G5. State Journal.
The Springfield Republican 6ays:
"Bryan has formally been commis
sioned a colonel by tho governor of Ne
braska and his regiment is assigned to
the Philippine expedition by the war
authorities at Washington. The pres
ident's face was not visible when ho
gave thato-der, but we know it was
covered with a broad grin. It will
take tho opposition leader a month or
two to get to the islands and a month
or two to get back, and if ho stays at
the front a month in addition ho will
miss the fall political campaign and
elections. And if we are so foolish as
to hold tho Philippines at tho end of
the war he may have to seek a dis
charge or desert in order to get back
in time to fix up his fences for the
1900 struggle. Pretty good joko"
Oudeus for seventy-five locomotives
have just been received from the Rus
sian government by trie liaiuwin ioeo
motivo Works. In addition to these
the Baldwin people have booked or
ders since April 1 for ten for New Zea
land, six for Spain, five lor Egypt, two
for A "genllna and ono for Mexico.
Tho Richmond works Inst week re
ceived an order for bovontoen loco
motives from Japan, making a total
of ninety-four export orders in ono
week. Other order received by
American builders from foreign
countries sineo April 1 bring the
grand total up to 172, and still further
contracts are pending for delivery of
locomotives in Kuhslu and Mexico.
Another instance of tho triumph of
4 intelligent labor highly paid." It is
the American policy which has made
possible this successful invasion of
foreign markets with American pro
d uct ions. A moriea n Kconomist.
SKNAKHC KYI.K'S I'KOMIITIDN.
'i ho youthful Mr. IJullor of North
Carolina is evidently competing with
the lion. Pop Allen of Nebraska for
the wind machine championship in
the United States senate. Tho reports
of the CongroHsfon.'il Kecord bio bur
dened with his speeches, motions,
poi nts of order and his olTousivo in
terruptions of debate.
Liiko the Nebruskan, too, ho is be
coming as acrimonious as ho is conten
tious. Jlis latest exhibition in this line
was to offer objection to a newspaper
report which clasoed Senator Kylo of
South Dakota as a populist. Tho im
mature young man from North Caro
lina declared that no populist had
votod for tho issuance of bonds, and to
call Senator Kylo a populist was to
slander tho populist party.
The reply of tho Dakota senator
was dign i lied and sensible, as Jhis en
tire conduct has been in all matters
relating to tho existing war. Ho
1 am responsible to my conscieno
and to my constituents for my politi
cal '.iews and actions, ai. I to tbetn
only. I thank the good Lord that I
do not get my political inspiration
through the quill of tho senator from
North Carolina Mr. Butler. I bo-
lievo that the puople will stand by
those who in a timo like tho present
stand squarely behind tho n ationa
ad ministration .
Senator Kyla is right. Although
elected as a populist ho has risen
above the ignorance and selfishness of
his environment. lie has refused to
countenance the scandalous charges of
the Butlers and Tellers against their
political opponents; ho has refused to
bj a stumbling block in tho president's
path at a time when he needs the
loyal co-operation of congress.
But Senator Butler objects to hav
ing such a rran known as a populist.
Technically speaking, he is wrong; in
a broader sense, ho is right. Senator
Kyie's recent actions prove that he is
not a true populist at heart he was a
populist but he has been promoted.
Ho is an American.
INFORMATION AND OPINIONS.
The largest "Camera" in Spain is
with the Cadiz lleet, but it will take
no Americ m pictures this year.
We haven't read a report of the
failure of tho Delaware peach crop
yet. It is time the usual newspaper
frost got in its work.
A Spanish authority says Morro
means a big bluff. That's probably
why a Morro castle is found at every
Things aro boiling hot about now in
that Santiago bottle, but Sampson
may pull the cork at any time and
take the contents.
The largest cannon in this country
is a fifteen-inch gun about to be
mounted at Portland, Maine, as a coast
defense gi n.
Count Castellane, Miss Gould's hus
band fought a duel in Paris yesterday
and worsted his opponent by stabing
him in the tteshy part of the arm with
The Oregon people seem to have put
aside the free silver idea very effect
ually. As this is the first state elec
tion in lS0S,a good idea maybe formed
of the trend of public opinion.
A London cablegram announces
that "Mrs. Langtry has her eye upon
a number of American thorough
breds." This government ought to
cable Chauncy M. Depew to come
home at once,befort it is too late. Ex.
Naval recruits have been sent from
Illinois and other states bordering on
the lakes, but if this weather keeps
up Nebraska will have some experi
enced naval men to select from right
off tho farm. Plowing corn with a
raft is good work for practice,
Letter From Florida.
TAMPA, Fla., Juno 7, '98 We
packed up last nig-ht about 9 o'clock
and expected to get aboard the trans
ports and sail for Cuba but we did not
got away and have, just received orders
that we will go this morning. Spun
will soon learn that the war is about
over. Sne has not sense enough to
know it now, so we are going to show
her. Yours truly,
John W. Sangamon.
(live the Children a Drink
callel Grain-O. It is a delicious, ap
petizing, nourishing food drink to
take the place of coffee. Sold by all
grocers and liked by all who have used
it because when properly prepared it
tastes like tho finest coffee but is free
from all its injurious properties.
Grain-Oaidsdigestion and strengthens
the nerves. It is not a stimulant but a
health builder, and children, as well
as adults, can drink it with great
benefit. Costs about one-fourth a9
much as coffee. 15 and 25c.
THE ENDEAVOR CONVENTION.
A Popular Itrnneh of Church Workers
Met In fJreenw ool Full Jteport
of the I'roeeedlnt;.
On Juno 9 and 10 the county conven
tion of V. 1. S. C. E. wa held at
Tho continual down pour of rain
prevented many from attending the
convention who had plan ned an over
land trip. Nevertheless, the dele
gates who were present decluro it to
have been one of tho best conventions
over held in tho county.
Tho convention was called to order
at p. m., Thursday, by tho president,
llev. T. A. Lampton, of Union.
A song and praiso service was fol
lowed by a discussion of "Tho Value
of Faith and Prayer "
One of the interesting features was
tho open parliament on the subject:
"Why Did You Come to the Conven
tion?" Tho president then gave an
address, the title of which was "A
Thursday evening Ilev. S. I. Ilan
ford of Weeping Water addressed tho
convention. Rev. Ilanford always re
ceives a hearty welcome from Chris
tian Endeavorers. Ho emphasized
the duty of Christian Endeavorers in
attending all church services, and by
means of many happy illustrations
inculcated this thought upon the
hearts of his hearers.
The Greenwood Endeavorers had
planned a reception for the close of
the evening session, and the plan was
carried out to the pleasure of all.
Friday morning the Endeavorers
gathered together for a sunrise
praj'er meeting, and at 8:42 they met
again in regular session.
The president appointed the follow
Resolutions, Mr. II. C. Pollard, Ne
hawka, chairman; Nominating, Miss
Olive Ga9s, Plattsmouth, chairman;
Press, Miss Grace Cheunront, Green
A very helpful and earnest address
was given by Rev. E. J. Emmons of
Avoca. Subject- "flow to Study tho
Mr. Emmons suggested that the
Oid Testament be studied under three
heads: namely, "The Law; The Prop
hecies and the Psalms," and that the
New Testament be studied under tho
following heads: "Biography, Acts
of the Apostles, Epistolary Letters
The president called for short re
ports as to work done by the societies
represented at the convention.
Prompt responses wero given to this
call, and all societies reported pro
gress in all lines of work. Green
wood proved to be the banner town in
regard to the arrount of money raised
during the past year, the C. E. society
of the Christian church having raised
$87 to carry on tho work. Two new
societies were admitted to the county
union, the Junior scciety of the Pres
byterian church at Plattsmouth and
a Senior S. C. E. at Avoca.
The report of committees was then
called for by the president.
The nominating committee made
the following report, which was
President, Rev. T. A. Lampton,
Union; Vice president. Miss Grace
Chenurcnt, Greenwood; Secretary,
Mr. R. C. Pollard, Nehawka; Treas
urer, Rev. E. J. Emmons, Avoca;
Junior Superintendent, Mrs. W. D.
Ambler. Weeping Water; Missionary
Superintendent, Mr. G. F. Farley,
An invitation was extended by the
society at Avoca, to the convention,
requesting the Endeavorers to meet
at Avoca at their next annual conven
tion. The invitation was accepted.
There being no further business,
Mrs. W. D. Ambler was requested to
give a talk on the subject "What is.
and What Snail Be Done In Mis
sions?" Mrs. Ambler gave a very
thorough review of the subject, and
suggested excellent plans as to future
work in this department.
Friday evening an address was
given by Rev. L. W. Madden of Ne
braska City, president of the Dist-'ct
Christian Endeavor Union. His sub
ject was "The Quiet Hour.-' One
thought was that "The Quiet Hour"
should precede all of our work.
whether becuiar or religious.
This address closed tne convention.
Delegates are loud in their praises of
the royal manner in which they were
entertained by the Greenwood C. E's.
The delegates present from Platts
mouth were Misses Edith Buzzell,
Louise Smith and Olive Gass.
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited
for any season, but perhaps more gen
erally needed when the languid, ex
hausted feeling prevails, when the
liver is torpid and sluggish and the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt use of this medicine has
often abated long and perhaps fatal
bilious fevers. No medicine will act
more surely in counteracting and free
ing the eystem from the malarial
poison. Headache, Indigestion, Con
stipation, Dizziness, yield to Electric
Bitters. Fifty cents and $1 bottles at
F. G. Fricke's drug store. 1
Prospective Apple Crop.
GLEXWOOD, la., June 13. John Y.
Stone will this year have about 80,000
bearing apple trees and the prospects
for the crop are all that could be de
sired. Nearly half of these trees are
seven and eight j-ears old and
bloomed for the first time this year.
A White Mark.
lor all Kidney
diseases. The pro
or the money re
they not they de
Cure is a per
serve a white
Tho Third regiment liable to bo
mustered into the service any day.
Tho Sec ond, r.nd by far tho largest,
expedition to Manila is expected to
leave San Francisco on Wednesday of
Tho British steamer Twickenham,
with 3,"0 tons of coal aboard for the
Spaniards, was captiped by tho St.
Louis yesterday and will bo taken to
K-y Kest and sold as a prizo, coal be
ing declared a contraband of war by
the British government.
Don Atwood departed this afternoon
for Tampa, Florida, where ho expects
to enter tho service of tho government
either as a privato soldier, or as a
clork in the comissary department.
Don shows commendable nerve to
start out alone in this way, and we
hope he may win honors for himself
and friends ore his return.
The invading army is said to have
left Tampa last night for a fact. This
fleet of transports has not sailed quite
so many times as the famous Cadiz
fleet, but it was a close socond. It
will probably land at Santiago Wed
nesday or Thursday, when a taste of
actual war wi'l bo had by the gallant
Washington, June 7. Tho order
to muster in the Third Nebraska reg
iment, Colonel Bryan commanding.
was issuod from the war departmeut
today, but no place was designated for
the rendezvous. It is understood that
Lincoln will pull off the plum. While
nothing definite has been decided up
on the order to muster in is regarded
as a precautionary measure to cover
the statutes of Nebraska, and Colonel
Stark is authority for the statement
that the Third will be recognized as
of the National Guard in Nebraska in
order that a quorum in tho military
board may be present in
tho . state to bo in a posi
tion to accent from tho National
government, Nebraska's proportion of
the appropriation voted to the Nation
al euard, which is about $0,000.
Under present conditions there is no
quorum of tho military beard of Ne
braska present in tho state, both
First and Second regiments with com
missioned officers having been given
honorable discharges to onter the
service of the United States. There
fore tho Third Nebraska falls heir to
the picking enjoyed by tne First and
Second Nebrasua, and when the Third
Nebraska is well on its way to the
Philippines or Cuba, tho Fourth Ne
braska will be mustered into the Na
tional Guard of the state with Major
Thaddeus S. Clarkson, the rumored
reason for distinguishing Clarkson
being that he was once national com
mander of the Grand Army uf the
Republic. Under Nebraska statutes
the military board consists of the ad
jutant general, the brigadier general,
two colonels commanding and judge
Annual School Meeting:.
Monday, Juno 27, is the date of tho
reerular annual school meeting, and
every legal voter in tho county should
deem it sufficient importance to at
tend. It might be well to note tho condi
tion of the school house. There are a
few school rooms in tne county that
for cleanliness are suit able for child
ren. The seats aro brcken; walls and
ceilings ai e black; there are neither
blinds nor shades to prevent the sun's
shining on desksand in the children's
faces; often window lights are out,
causing pupils to take cold.
A school room was never known to
have too much blackboard. A board
half-worn is very injurous to tho eye.
If districts do not furnish books, as
required by law, they should at least
see that they are uniform. Several
districts buy all the books and sell
them to pupils at cost, thus avoiding
getting several different kinds of
arithmetics, geographies, etc., into
In some instances no place is provi
ded for tho 6afe keeping of these
books. They may be found piled in
one corner of the room or on a desk
exposed to dust. It is from these dis
tricts nearly all of the complaints
come of free-text-book law.
Since women having children of
school age or property assessed in
their own name, a-e !gal voters at n
district reboot meetirg, it seems as
though every family might be repre
Geo. L. Faklkv.
A Worl t I'hjHK i i.iH.
Do you know : h-.t m s..y or- ail mind
ed physicians are using Fi lev honey
and Tar CaUL'h Syiup in tlieir i r i
tice. They h .v-? found r.o remedy
that gives s s iusractory lesulis for
all throat and lung com pi lint- as this
great cough medicine.
Wanted at Nt lrka t'l'y-
A min was h rj toJay ncto' .i.uing
with the City Band to have th. m go to
Nebrask i City tit xt Suuday, wh.n an
excurs on wi 1 lie run fr. in Omiha oy
the Woodmen and a ti.oi ument will
bo dedic it'-d. If wis undeit' od that
the laid fitni here will gtdown.
A man stands ro chance of beinj
9lected to the mayorship of a city uuless
heenji.ys the o.ufiduice audct-tci m of
his neighbors. Geo. H. Humphrey is
the popular mMy.;r -f Swanton, Ohio,
and under d.ite of Jan. 17, 18IM5, he
write-; as f low: 'i'l.ists to e tify
to our a j p i'eei m i on of I. h.tmberl.iin'.-.
Cough Remedy My f m iy : nd
neighbors h ve ! sied it. :.nl we
know it is an oxeel'cnt renrdj- ft.r
coughs and coids. GKoi:r;K W.
HUMl'JIREY," So!d by ail druggists.
Old papers for sale at this office.
From the Ledger.
Contracts havo bton signed for the
services of tho three teachers in our
Bchools for tho next tchool year; Prof.
Morrison is to bo principal. Miss Ma
bel Whipple, of Ashland, for interme
diate department, and Miss Marcia
Harris, of Ashland, for primary de
partment. Mrs. Kiuiiuol and Miss Hitchcock,
of Nebraska City, were visiting their
Union friends Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Fleming had a
very ploa.-ant surprise on Friday even
ing, June .'Id, by which they will re
member witli pleasure thoir forty
third wedding anniversary.
J L. II. Austin arrived from Gage
' eounty Monday to visit his brothers
and other relatives in this vicinity.
The largo Hag polo was rained on
lower Main street Wednesday evening
by the Ledger man, assisted by forty
three others. Tho Hag was hoisted
yesterday morning, and now floats in
tho breezes 75 feet above tho ground.
Amos McNameo was cheered as ho
touched tho ground after climbing tho
polo to tako off some of tho guy ropes.
The FuhIoii Coventlon.
The managers of tho democratic,
peoples and silver republican parties
met in Omaha yesterday, and agreed
to a stale con vention to be hoTh in
Lincoln, August 2d. F. J. Morgan
represented the democrats of this
county, while tho populists and silver
republicans sent no representatives.
liucklen'a Arnicit Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
burns, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fe
ver sores, tetter, chappophands, chil
blaiuo, corns, and all skin eruptions,
and positively cures piles, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
F. G. Fricke
A New Time Card on M. 1.
It is said a new t'me card will go
into efff ct on tho M. 1'. next Sunday,
which will givo another train to Om
aha, and will onable people out in tho
county to come to lattsmouth in the
morning and return homo tho same
TO CUKE A COL. I) IN ONE DAV
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the inonej' if it
fails to cure. 2"c. The genuine has
L. B. Q. on each tablet.
There's no better flour made than
Heisel's "Plausifter," manufactured
in this city. Ask your grocer for it,
and thereby get the best and sup
port a home industry at the same tice,
which builds up the town.
M. L. Yoccm, Cameron, Pa., says "I
was a sufferer for ten years, trying
all kinds of pile remedies, but without
success De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve
was reecommend to me. I used one
box. It has effected a permanent
cure." A a permanent cure for piles
DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has no
equal. F. G. Fricke & Co.
Not wishing to carry any goods over
we will sell for cash, and cash only.
all of our ti -mmed hats at a great
reduction in prices. We mean what
we say. Come and see.
A good top wagon with shafts and
pole. Enquire of D. Babbington at
311 Locust street.
We will pay a salary of $15 per
week and expenses for man with rig
to introduce our poultry Mixture and
insect Destroyer in the country. Itef.
required. Address with stamp, Pek
FECTION Mfg. Co., Parsons, Kan.
All kinds of jewelry, clocks and
watches promptly repaired. All work
warranted. J. W. Crabill, first door
west of Waterman block. Plattsmouth.
Children like it, it saves their lives.
We mean One Minute Coueh Cure,
the infallible remedy for coughs,
colds, croup, bronchitis, grippe, and
all throat and lung troubles. F. G.
Fricke & Co.
l"e Kirk's White CIoimI Soap
For toilet and laundry, and give the
blue wrappers to the Woman's ex
change. They wish several thousand
of these wrappers, and you can help
in this way to raise money on their
A torpid liver robs you of ambition
and ruins your health. DoWitt's Lit
tle Early Risers cleanse the liver.
cure constipation and all stomach and
liver troubles. F. G. Fricke & Co.
The Missouri Pacific, which is the
fnly line having a depot on the expo
sition grounds, has a round trip rale
P.attsmouth to Omaha and return for
50 cents. Tickets good going 13th and
14th, good to return on or before the
16th. Every train stops at the north
gate of the exposition, saving street
cir tare and the inconvenience of a
It is a great leap from the old fash
ioned doses of blue-mass and nauseous
physics to the pleasant little pills
known as DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
They cure constipation, sick headache
and biliousness. F. G. Fricke & Co.
A N" t"w Book nnd Stationery Store.
W. K. Fx the ex-postmaster is
fitting up the room fo- met ly occupied
by Gering & Co. on the south side of
Main street and will open up a first
class book and stationery store in a
few days. Baxter Smith ii putting
up the interior fixtures which will bo
neat and convenient.
Thirty-five years make a generation.
That is how long Adolph Fisher, of
Zanesville, O., suffered from piles,
lie was cured by using three boxes of
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. F. G.
Fricke & Co.
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THIS EGG CASE GIVEN AWAY
To Every Purchaser of Ten Dollars' Worth
of Merchandise from
The Leading Clothier.
You can hardly afford to miss this chance.
If you have never bought anything from
MORGAN, now is a very, good time to get
You do not have to buy that amount at
one time. We furnish you a ticket and when
that is punched full, you get the case.
We have a very strong lino of Clothing
Try A Ih iih Koot-Kstne.
A powder to bo shaken into the
shoes. At this simim your fvt fcul
swollen, nervous and hot, and ret
tired easily. If you have smariicg
feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Fool
Ease. It cools the feet and maker
walking eay. Cures swollen and
sweating feet, blisters and cillnus
spots. Relievos corns find bur. ions of
all pain and gives rest and comfort
Try it today. Sold by all druggists
and shoe stores for 2c. Trial pack
age FREE. Address. A. len S. Oim
3tead, Le Roy, N V.
Celebrated His I Jirt Ixl ly.
Paul Goring made everything pe as
ant for a few idvited gue.sU a: his
home last even.:
His jovi-il tuod
nature was not marred by rheumatic;
pains and he made everyone feel de
lighted with his hospitality. The oc
casion was his sixty-seventh birthday
anniversary and tho News trusts he
may see a great many more equally as
It is, or should be, the highest aim
of every merchant to please his cus
tomers; and that the wide-awake drug
firm of Meyers & Eshleman, Sterling,
111., is doing so, is proven by the fol
lowing, from Mr. Eshleman: ''It my
sixteen years, experience in the drug
business I have never seen or sold or
tried a medicine that gave as good sat
isfaction aB Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy."
Sold by all druggist
LiHt of Lettcrx.
Remaining uncalled for at the post-
ollice at Plattsmouth, June l'-i. IS'.ijS:
Billings, Geo S photo Chrismaii. Pauiin.-i
Christinson, Christ I' Miller, Mrs Midia, j.cp
Whatchcer. M V
When calling for any oi the above
letters please say "advertised."
C. II. Smith, P. M.
Leal Bachler ! ft his home without
my consent and it.fi rmation hs to hie
present whereabouts would b gladly
received by me, his father. JJ.; i:-
seventeen years of age, sma 1, of light
complexion, wore tan shoes, sharp
pointed; orange co omd hat.
HEN ItY I'.ACHLKIt,
SETTLES NERVOUS BANKRUPTCY.
Investigation shows that men who
succeed are men of brains strong
nerves great will-power. Ordinary
food cannot suppiy the vital forces
which people with active brgins arid
bodies require. Bicola Pills fe d the
nerves make the mind bright, muc
cies etrone m;ike flesh and bl.j'sd and
give perfect health to Men and Wo
men. The Tl'u.veus of Phila
delphia make Bicola Pills
J E Buckey. chief rlerk National Hotel. Wash
ington, D C testifies that he was all run down
was a shadow cf his former self lli-Ia J'ill
pave him wonderful relief he gained over
twenty pounds after using th;in.
Selling: A cent for ll-ttt union t li and Can
County, i. FKICkK & CO.
Turners' Little Liver Turners A very
small pilL Turn your liver. Cure sick head
ache Biliousness Indigestion.
o- -o:c- -:.- -:
Annual Sales over6, 000,000 Boxos
FOE BILIOUS AND KERV0U3 DIS0RDEK3
pu'-h as Wind and I'ain in tho Stomfi'-h.
;i'Mhi''KS. J'uliii..--i iiltT iinnN. Head
nob' liz.hii,...s. JJrow.' itK s.s. i-'luHhinus
of Jf'-.'lt, Of A O.st i vcll'SS,
Jiloti-lK'S fii tlio i:.h in. Old Chills, J;in
tu rl.cl KIl'T'. Tri'lil ful J reams and nil
Kitvous and 'J'rcuililn.tf Hnnsat ions.
THE TIRST DOSE WILL GIVE EELIEP
IN TWENTY MINUTES, llvor sulTorer
will acknowledge tiioui to bo
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
IIICIX'IM.M'S PILLS, fak-r-n asdiroft
cd, will 'illicitly r' s!orj IVntalifS to :.m
plot'j h'liltli. 'J'iji-y promiitly rcinovo
obstructions or irn-iiliril i'-s f.f tin; sys
tem and cure Mcit Slcatiachc. l'ora
IN MEN, WOMEN OR CHILDREN
Eccchatn's Pills aro
Without a Rival
And );nvo tt.n
tf any I'aii-nt SSeillrlne Jn the World.
2Zq. at all Druy Stores.
Co n t r; i c? tor
f'ontiart-- taki.-n fr 1 in: ;r ",t i :i i.l Kt-i'Iro
ilariiH and siny kind of r;,rocnter w-.rK, :ti JtfiV
p;trt of tfii; o.i.nty. ' 'nil n or ad i n.ss ... .
II K KV IIOI.I.OWAV, I I.ittKinoutli. Nh
Jotary Motion and
Tho Gut Ileii continues to hea l tho
list aB a fijo o-cent cigar. Ask for no
K3 rrT7T7 Tt r'4K
n ew HoOKylOr ii
I & BEST (KymN' Jl
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