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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1899.
The ticket is an easy winner. Stick
a pin here.
THE diub'.inp which Bryanarchy
will get in Nebraska this fall will
pretty effectual "y settle the colonel's
hn9h. It is tad, hut true.
A THREE hundred and fifty million
dollar corn 'orop will give the corn
huskers of Nebraska all the work they
will want up 1o Christmas.
Poi'l'LlSTS are being: urged to stay
by Holcoinb for Bryan' sake. Cut
that doesn't ni iko any difference to
"Si" just any o'd way to pet the
W. V. Allf.x has been nominated
for judge in the Ninth judicial district
by the (unionists. It Is a h trd matter
to keep a good man down very long at
IT is quite amusing 10 .ce how the
democratic newspaper are lining up
for Holcomb since lie r. c-ived the
nomination for supieme judge. Billy
has told them what is h t.
Thi: ticket pi-c d in the field by
the republican convention al Weep-
inir Water S.-ifir.iay is coin posed of
men who is re deserving of and will re
ceive the hearty support of every re
publican in the county.
IIolcomu will be defeated this fall
and t'. en he will lio a hack number
the same as If em and some of the
other innocuous p ip statesmen . He
has been before tho people for a long
liir.e and they have tir d of him.
Tim Journal editor unvotes a large
portion of the i") in his sheet to
playing horse, i-.ilt.cr Iran printing
the nows. The encouajjitm informa
tion is gieen th'j re:!ders,hv'We ver.that
"full particulars of new events will
be givon next week." Pretty much
"Bumtown Bugle'" etyle.
Nkahi.y every town ui tiie state of
any 6ize is arrarging to lu. id some sort
of fall festivity e i;.e a street or
county fair. Pkifsti-o-jlh hue had all
the county fair she needs, but a 6treet
fair would bo a good thing. If wo don t
hold one this vear we will start in
early next year and show 'the people
the lick it is done with.
"Comrade McKinley stands for
our people, for our flg: he stands be
fore all the world and desires to be
sustained by our people. As an old
soldlor, as an old American, as an old
democrat dyed-in-the-wool, I s ly that
Comrade McKinley will be 6Ustaioed
by our people every where." General
Daniel E. Sickles at Philadelphia,
Sep-ember 5, 18U9.
Commenting upon the evident de
termination of demncratio leaders to
keep fre silver at the front in tbe
campaigns of this fall and in 190 l, the
New York World remarks that "in
lS9(j the democratic party was
beaten 603,514 on the popular vote,
and ninety-five in the electoral col
lege, and since then has lost four
states, with twenty-one electoral
votes and gained only Kentucky,
which is likely to be lost again this
"We are once more and forcer,
one people. One in faith, one in pur
pose, one in willingness to sacrifico
for the hor.or of our country and the
glory of our flag. The blue and the
gray march under one flag and-wt
have but one llag,the eamo our grand
siros gave us and the same our fathers
bore. And that flag which you kept
stainless and made triumpnant will be
kept stainless and made triumphant."
President McKinley to the Grand
Army. September 5, 1899.
The people who are criticising the
fact that the administration has seon
fit to make a treaty with the reigning
head of tho Sulu government by which
the details of the government of his
people are administered by him, over
look the faet that this system has
oec-n, after long experiment, adopted
by tbe most successful colonizing
countries of the world. England
places very much of the detail of the
management of affairs in India in the
hands of native prince?, payinsr them
salaries. The Dutch government,
whoso colonial rainagement of the
Dutch East Indies has been next in
success to that of Great Britain, also
places very much of the detail of the
management in the hands of native
chiefs and their subordinates through
them; while those nations which have
been least successful in colonial man
agement are the ones which have
ignored and refused to co-oflbrate with
the most intelligent of the poo pie of
the countries over which they have
Governor Poynter was awfully
anxious to get tbe boys of the First
Nebraska into a meetings and tell
them bow he had been Btanding upfo
them, says the Opinion. To bring
this about he bad an exclusive popo
cratic program arranged at the expo
sition grounds the day the boys
reached Omaha. A big brass bind
was there to attract the crowd.
Poynter and his tin brigade of colonels
occupied the front of the stage, dressed
in uniforms and flowing gilt braid.
The "colonel" who operates the liqu- r
and gambling business at Om iha sat
on one side of the governor, while the
"colonel" who issues health certifi
cates to the cit zens of the Omaha bad
lands, and the other one who operates
the chattel mortgage business at ten
per cent a month, they wtre occupy
ing chairs next to the liquor man.
The other members of the "staff" were
on h .nd, but the soldier boys failed to
respond to the occasion. After much
coaxing and b ind pi ying just twenty
three t-oidier boys were induced to
enter the hall. This did not suit the
governor and his "staff," and after
teu minutes of speaking the precious
crowd t-noaked out of tn hall. It was
a foolish idea to try to work the ' boys"
of the Fighting First.
INFORMATION AND OPINION.
Two Bjlgiam Roman Catholic
priests rtcently decided to visit some
friends in Englaaii. But being dili
gent students of the English press
tbey conceived the idea that to pass
through any part of England during
thes-e anti Ritualistic days would be
perilous to life and limb. They there
fore d.'sguised themselves as laymen,
with straw hats and light check tweed
suits and in this garb presented them
selves to their astonished hosts.
"Kvery ship in the North Atlantic
squadron," says the Philadelphia
Record, "can boast of a ball nine, and
theso different nines have formed a
league known as the North Atlantic
league. At every opportunity match
games are played, and there is great
rivalry shown to gain the champion
ship of the league. Up to last week
tbe nine representing the New York
were-iu the lead, but the Massachu
setts held them n safe scond. Just
prior to the departure of the 6quadron
for Philadelphia a series of games was
played acd the Massachusetts' men
forged ahead. The latter expect to
stuy at the head for the balance of tho
season, thereby winning thechampion
ship, but the nine of the New YorK
declare that it will be plain sailing
for them alter a few moro games
shall have been played."
The su'tan of Turkey rke t G
o'clock every morning, and 18TO
his day?, in the seclusion of the Yild
palace and gardens, to personal ten
tion to aff.iirs of state. He is of s t,ht
llgura A pale brown overcoat con
ceals any decorations he might be
wearing, so that the attention of those
who see him on the one day in seven
when he presents himself to the view
of the people is not diverted from his
pile, wan and care-worn face, half
covered by a thin brown beard, tinged
with gray, aud sut mounted by a plain
red fez. Tbe sultnn bag been tbe
means of e-tiblishing o0.(i00 schools
throughout bis empire, not only for
boys, but for girls also a striking de
parture from the tr ditiunal u-age of
"A baggage trucK," says the Kan
sas City Times, "stood on the union
depot platform yesterday on which
lay, io careless fashion, eleven chunks
of wh t looked like pig l-ad. They
were shaped, for want of a more famil
iar object, a good de il iik sponge
cakes, six inches high and perhaps
ten inches by seven across the top.
Tho bottom was of slightly less area.
Stamped on one er.d of them was '1.089
07. ' The rest were of about similar
weight. All bore the imprint of 999
line.' Tho pigs were silver from the
Argentine smeller and worth n the
market $750 apiece. The truck's seem
ingly deserted and carries load was
woi th 7,46S 00. It is in this shape
silver is shipped. There was little
danger of any one running off with
them, their weight was so great."
The annual meeting of the trustees
of Shakespeare's birthplace was held
the other day at Stratford-on-Avon.
The committee reported that during
the yoar more than 34,000 persons had
paid tor admission to Shakespeare's
houe, representing thirty-fivo dif
ferent nationalities and moro than 10,
000 had visited A nne Hathaway's cot
tage at Shottcry.
When the German emperor was at
school at Cassel, he and his brother,
Prince Henry, lodged in an old castle
near, but in the school the two boys
were treated 3xactly like any other
jour-gsters. On one cccasion. it is re
lated, a master knowing that, prince
Will iam was backward in Greek, and
wishing to curry favor with him, told
him secretly what the subject of the
next day's examination would be.
Early next morning the prince went
into the classroom and wrote the in
formation on the blackboard in huge
letters, not wishing to have any unfair
advantege over his schoolfellows.
Tbe English walnut is said to be the
most profitable of all nut-be ;ring
trees. When in full bearing they will
yield about 300 pounds of nuts to the
tree. The nut sells on an average at
about eight cents per pound. If only
twenty-seven trees are planted on an
acre the income would be about $675.
The German emperor likes to study
the characters of his group of small
son?, and to that end has given them
I a room next to the oe used for busi
ness purposes for himself. A certain
great scientific man, having on one
occasion an interview with the em
peror, left his hat in the adjoining
vestibule. There tbe little brothers
discovered it;and the crown prince, ex
plaining to the younyer ones that
Vpaua" sometimes sat on his opera
hat and it ctme all right again, pro
ceeded to give a practical illustration
of this statement, to tbe ruin of the
beave . Tho emperor's door suddenly
opened, and "paoa" and the professor
appear ed. Like a manly little fellow,
the crown pri"ce owned up,apologized
to the laughing profeesor, and went
off to buy fur the old gentleman a new
b t with his small pocket money.
REPUBLICAN state convention.
Tbe republican electors of the state
of Nebraska are requested to send del
egates from the r respective counties
to meet in convention in the city of
Omaha on Thursd y, the 21st day of
September, 1899. at 2 o'clock p. m., for
the pu p ise of placing in nomination
candidates for the fo lowing offices:
Oiie judge of the supreme court.
Two resents f the stale university.
And to tranhul uch other bu-iness as
m:iy properly t ome before the conven
tion. The r-ever .1 counties j.re emit eJ to
represent tiofi 1- follow-, the appor
tionment boi ng h.ifii upon the vote
cast for Hon. M L. Hnyward for gov
ernor ii. 1S98. giv.Hij e-.cn coumy one
delegate -.1 large - nd me for each 100
votes and mi jo friii-i o-i t: er of.lo-wit:
keya rah a
.. M Kimball.
. .. fiKnox
. .. 5 Lancaster...
. .. a Lincoln
. .. i: Logan
. .. Merri :k
. .. Ti Nemaha
. .. 5 Nuckolls.. ..
. .12 Perkins
. . i I'lieips
.. 6 Pierce
.. 7 Platte
.. 3 Red Willow.
Disou 10 Richardson.,
17 Saunders . .
. ..KlScott's Blutt...
.... 3 Sioux
9 Washington ..
. . . 4Wavne
It is recommended that no proxies
ho admitted to tbe convention and
t hat the delegates present be author
ized to cat tho entire vote of,thedele
gaionf the county which it repro--ents.
7t is further recorr. irendrd that
wherever two county conventions be
held the selection of a count- commit
tee ehaU take pi ce at the first con
vention' and' t5eo in every cose the
secretary be required to promptly ad
vice tho state committre of the organ
ization of i-ueh new committee with
the names of officers, members, post
office address and tame of precinct
represented by each
Omaha. Nerr6k. June '23. 1S99.
R. B. Schneider, Chairman.
P. O. HbDLUNO. Secretary.
Jodie-la! I onrruiion
Nkbraska City, Neb., Aug. 18
The republic. n judicitl convention
fo- the Second judici 1 district in Na
braKa i- hereby called to meet at Ne
braska City Sept tin her 22, 1899, at I
o'clock p m. of paid d. y in the dis
trie: court room in naid city for the
purpo e of. pui ting in n minalion one
judge of ihj district eourt in said dis
trict, and 10 tran- ct ui'-.h other bui
ne-s as may propi r y be brought be
fore said convention.
The rep-e n ut io- in said conven
tion wiil bo C s- ou ity, 24; Otoe
count.i, 23; fc u one d- legale for
each hu d d vis cast for Hon. M.
L II ywH'd in 189s. or tne maj r frac
M. L IJaywakd, h .irm .n.
Iesse S. Maii-s. S c etary.
Thf Lincoln Sirrrt fr'alr.
Spend the w.-. k beginning Septem
ber IS h1 I.inco'" if you want to pee
the biggt-t ih its in t!iC wtj of street
fairs ever h.-ld 11 the we-l.
Everything s fuc the Hgricultural
exhibit, the eat. . hog and hore ex
hibits, the hand one -rt?, the parades,
theatrical pi-rfoniia'-.es, billoon as
censions and fle-.7.irk.-. For six solid
days yoj can fairly revel in fun. You
can see hundreds of odd nnd interest
ing things r-vory one of them without
a cent of coot.
Extrao-dinary low rates via the
Burlington route September 18, 19, 20
and 21. Soo the local ticket agent.
J. Francis. G. P. A ,
Alt I'lrtlgeU to Marry a I'oor UrL
A club exists in Vienna the mem
bers of which are pledged to marry a
poor girl. If. by chance or design, a
member marries a rich girl, he is fined
400, which sum is bestowed on some
respectable but iaireciinious couple en
gaged to le married.
In England and Wales alone the
enormous sum of 8,000,000 is an
nually expended on the relief of the
poor, which is slightly less than double
the amount necessary for the sam
purpose 100 years ago.
E. E. Turner, Compton, Mo., was
cured of piles by DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve after suffering seventeen
years and trying over twenty rem
edies. Physicians a d surgeons en
dorso it. Beware, of dangerous coun
terfeits. F G rricke&Cn.
For Salk or Rent Store room
and dwelling combined. 34xo8 feet,
known s the T. V. Davin store, in
Murray. Inquire of J. W. Edmunds,
Send tbe News to your friends.
10 CONSULT PRESIDENT
Philippine Commissioners Denby
and Worcester Erjroute to
Has Been Ordered to Advise tbe
President Respecting Very
Washixgtox, Sept. 15. H is said
at the war department that the return
of the two members of the Philippine
commission remaining in Manila,
Messrs. Denby and Worcester, has
been ordered that they may advise
the president respecting the very
latest aspect of afftirs, so he may use
the information in bis message to con
gress. There is an intimation conveyed
that the advices brought by President
Schurman and Sjnator Beveridge and
oiher persons recently returned from
Manila are not at all points in strict
accord, though the items of diverg
ence are not known beyond tho White
House. It is said that as Admiral
Dewey is nearing tho United States
the opportunity to have a full meeting
of the Philippine commission, of
which he is a member, should not be
lost, and the report that may bo ex
pected to sum up their work will be
indispensable to congress in its efforts
at legislation for the islands.
No statement can be had officially
as to the future of the commission, but
it is not regarded as probable that it
will return o the islands, at least not
without a considerable charge in per
sonnel. The recall of Messrs. Denby
and Worcester will leave General Oiis
the sole representative of the commis
sion in the Philippines.
leman(t Abnolute Freedom.
New York, Sept. 15. A special to
the World from Ithaca, N. Y., says:
Your correspondent is able to say on
authority that the Schurman peace
commission offered every possible in
ducement short of absolute self-gov-1
rnment to Aguinaldo and his follow
ers. Agu:na:do was promised, as the
price for the restoration of peacoTn
tho Tagaios tribe, a bonus of more
than $3,000 a jear while the Tagalos
remained peaceful. He was told that
he could choose men from his trible
for the minor municipal office.
The commission went eo far as to
p omiso Aguinaldo the moral support
of the United States government, if
such were needed, to make his leader
ship of tho Tag'ilos thoroughly secure.
With all these inducements, tempt
ing as they must have been,Aguin ldo,
as tbe recognized head of the insur
gent movement, declined to yield. He
insisted upon self govrenment and as
his insistence was so firm as to mane
an agreement impossible, the Amori
cm commissioners ceased negotia
tions. President Schurman was frank in
telling your cor espondent a day or so
ayo thai he favored giving to the vari
ous tribes the largest possible meas
ure of home rule at tbe earliest pos
sible moment. He thought the sev
eral tribes could administer their 10
cal affairs, elect their muncipal offi
ces, establish courts and penal institu
tions, a judiciary, et3., but he did not
believe it possible to allow the natives
to participate in the general govern
ment. "How could they govern the islands
in view f the heterogeneity and mul
iplicity of tne tribes?" he asked.
Short of Staff Officer.
Washington', Sept. 15. General
Otis has cabled the war depar'ment a
request for additional staff officers for
service in the Philippines. He asks
for one additional judge advoc ite gen
eral, two assistant adjutant generals,
two inspector peneraN, eight quarter
masters, nine commissaries of subsis
tence and two engineer officers
The adjutant general has called
upon the heads of these bureaus to
designate officers for this duty, as the
importance of)having all the officers of
the staff asked for before the next ac
tive campaign begins is recognized by
Sappllm Cheap la Manila.
WASniNOTOX, Sept. 15. Commis
sary General Weston says the soldier
of the Colorado regiment who has
found so much to criticise at Manila
evidently was misinformed about tbe
exorbitant prices being paid for sup
plies in the Philippines. Sugar is
bought about 40 per cent cheaper than
in the United Sta'es; rice is 50 per
cent cheaper and a considerable re
duction is found in the prices of beef
purchased in Australia and the pre
vailing prices in Chicago. The gov
ernment saves transportation on these
As to other articles which are apart
of the commisry stores bought by
the department and sold to the officers
and men at cost price. General Wes
ton says there is no possibility of loss
to the government upon them. The
commissary department does not buy
wine, except for the hospitals. These
are purchased upon the recommenda
tion or the surgeons and the money
for them comes out of the40 cen.ts a
dav allowed to each soldier in the hos
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a sciontific
compound having the endorsement of
eminent physicians and the medical
press. It "digests what you eat" and
positively cures dyspepsia. M. A.
Ketron, Bloomingdal, Tenn., pays i
cured him of indigestion of ten years'
standing. F- G. Frictce & Co.
Nice Clean lea.
F. S. White i- now ready to deliver
ice to his customers in any quanti
ties oesired. The ice is the Inestever
harvested. Telephones PUttemouth
206. Nebraska 71.
CEN. BROOKE A NIMROD.
Bat Ha Fossa a Better On la HL
"After Big Game with Packs" is the
title of a paper by Capt. James Coo.u
Ayres, U. S. A., in the 'Century." '
hunting expedition was made irrlf.r
and Gen. Brooke took part in it.
Our hunter and guide par excel. : :
wa BaptUte Gamier, or "Little "
as he was generally called. He ..
five feet six Inches tall; his frauj -well
knit; every muscle waa develop :
iis lungs were as sound as an
lopa's; his eye had the nover C' -microicopa;
and a rlf.e had been i
plaything- aince childhood. His fstb
was French, and hi3 mother Indi
and he inherited the energy, brave
and endurance of the old Canadian vv
ageurs.wlth the remarkableobservati
and instinctive knowledge of top1
raphy and of the habits of anima.
of the aborigines of the plains. H
mission in life seemed to be to kii.
and probably his aggregate bag wou.
surpass that of any other hunter ir.
this country. He kpt a record only
of the hears he killed, and that recori
had then reached eighty-five. Mr.
Webb Hayes, son of the la:e ex-president,
who was one of our piny, t .1 -him
"greatest hunter in the w..-: i."
His wonderful powers of tr.iiu:.
were our admiratii.:i. 11 , ;i .
along on his pony, and o:-e.t-
made such remarks .1 " : u.i 1 ; .
sheep crossed there yi - . 1 1: ." c "
blacktall deer ai:d fawn 1 ;.
here this morning." and we v.v.uM
in vain for a sign. He w 1 ;
deer or an elk a: a trot. a:. J , 1...
remark, "He's over in iV ;
and sure enough there he woii .l !
had the true Indian Lu-i'u;: .
his success as a hu:.t-r.
of Omaha likes to tell the .
one of Bat's elk hi:;.;-. II.; v.
hunt with Gen. Crook s: 11. e ye;:
and one afternoon strolled off ..
and on foot. When lie rein::: 1
dark. Mr. Collins paid. "Well. !.::.
you see anything?" "Sa- i '.
elk," was the reply, with an ir.:
that seemed to end the c-onvf-Mr.
Collins persevered: "DM y
any of them?" "Yes; I got th in "
had actually slaughtered the v '
band of thirteen elk.
He Fooled th Surgeons.
All doctors told Reuick Ham
of West Jefferson, O.. aftr i.
IS months from Rectal Fbu'n.
would die unlehS a costly opera:'
performed; but he cured hims i(
five bottles of BucklenN Arnica S i! vi ,
the surest Pile cure on earth, ar d t!
b-st Salvo in the world. 25 o-r- a
bax. Sold bv F. G. Fricke& Co., dr ig-gist-t
Americana in tterman t'nlvemlt 1
From the Medical Record: Tin;
are twenty-two hundred and eighty
four foreign students at the Gri.'
universities this summer, incia...
three hundred Americans. Only a n -of
these are medical students, altuou? h
proportionately their number is fairly
To Clean White Feather.
To clean white feathers take a nl.-e
firm pad of white wadding, well fiK.v1
with thoroughly dried piaster of pa: ; .
and rub the feathers briskly, work::i-'
from the quills so aa not to disarm n '
them. Continue the rubblag till clot: .
For wounds, bur-is, scalds, sores,
diseases and all irritating erup:: r
nothing so soothing and healing
Witt's Witch Hazl Salve. M f .' M
Bolles, Matron Engleo.id N '
Chicago, savs of i : "Wnei. -. ,
fails in healing our' babies, i
cure." F. G. Fricke & t o.
Newfoondlitnd O uil Men.
The Newfoundland pioneer was a -:.
.i s mixture of simplicity and ha.-.!.-Iicj.:.
Only fifteen years ago, bei h
the introduction of magistrates on
wes; coast, "shotgun law" was the or
:e: f the dav. If one offended an
i.. . the as "-wed party threatene i.
to jot the at,gre66or on sight. Al
though very man had his own gun, '
and tLe threatened man had equal 1
chances !n a fight, he would hide in his;
hut and go in fear of his life for many
days, never thinking that he m:? ht set
tle the affair by a counter th
There's alw.-.y- h
One Minute 'ougi' ' i.r .
of pneumonia L-fi in
snaps and I w is r. a
of con-umption. O
Cure completeU r-m- ,i
Helen Mc Henry, B n
Gives instant reiief. F
Hat Stops Clock.
Philadelphia Recoru. i'i.e
night, just aa the hnds of ;J.e .
clock .- ere pointing to ti e ho .
arge bat that bad been c.
'be tover in dizzy tig I-.: ::ew
the and large haJ
imr d behind the L.i 1 .
jf . light, stopping . i-.
jf e hand for the sp-.t?
mil - s. The bat was ki..ed ::i
in con;act with the dial, and w'm. :
leased fell to the pavement.
"Best on the market for couh-
colds and all bronchial troubl- -:
croup it has no equal," writes 11 . ,
U. Whitford, South Canaan, Co ..
One Minute Cough Cure. F. G. F
!; Sela in Parla.
Chickens are soid in pairs la u
Ayres. Tbey are dressed before
offered for sale, the only feathers ft
upon them being those of the t.ii . i .
same cuatom prevails in China a., u
dogs, wjiere a Lit of the dog's ! ; r u
always left on the end of the tel.. even
when the animal is cooked. But this is
because the Chinese consider the flp.h
of the black dog the best and mo. : - r
taln to put a brave spirit into the : , -
of the eater
ForSt'e A well matched d-ivies
team: vounu and sound. Inquire o:
J. L. Young, Murray.
) cenu and 25 cent, at all Cng itore.
IH-. r. l by - V..m,n
A not her k d Ii. v 1
feiuie, and iha' , - i any in
country. "Dis.-as ' fam. nod
C' utches upon h-r nd for -i-v. n ip
n..C withstood ven ut ie-t-. ' i
r.er vita! organs we e u d rm n o ; 0
. . jUn seemed rami n' t. For hre
'tenths hp Co'lghrtd i'ieeS4 i ml v a u
m : no:. ?!. Sh II lly di-eo
w v t' 1" Cv r m' ,urc-lia-iii
; , bO'tl. ofPr. King'- X w !,,
vc'-y for Cocsutar'ion. w s
I : c v i on ri i'. '!r t -
!-.. s-i'-i t I 11 iy tr ; 1 ' . -.-
-, ha- b ' bv ti .-v u d.
-i.e. i - Mr . I.ut L . z " r
' . Y. C. ilamni. & ., I'S..,-:-
' '. Trial boll s fr. F. C.
,S: Co'-. Oi"i; l t:. !.'tj'ui
. 0 d SI. 00 Kv - o .
; to Learn the America I.ane"re
t:.-n. Wood says that there are now
:;, 1 11 scholars in Cuba who wish to
Id: n the American language and ways
a:.ii vho ask for teachers. The amount
. '.ready subscribed in Boston for his
w rk hi nearly $5,000, and tv..- hooks
v;L'. ret h'-1 closed unti' ; " vs
Cure It I
- r . ri blooil poison is absolutely
;. - ;kill of the doctor. They
a 1 ilient i'or yeaiw on their
i 1 iir.J potash renM';s, hnt he
' i of thedi;.. on the
' :.-;. h'.i condition w .l! ;,-rw
S. S. S. is ti .. r, t "ie
' , 1: i affliction, I e: it. -t
V ! y v.-hich go - a.----t ; 1
' v i . ii ; uiu'iix. xi. .X f.-;'Vj
-,- 1 V
.: 1 1.
i t .:
.1 1 1 h
1 . . ii
1 . .- t
r . - to Hf t V.
i , . while. I i
; . x eV'-ry so-ra.
. ri-i:u-il-, 1 in. . . . :
1 . teini to rt-a .
' ) f, dlirl tift'i . . it
' i vhm-ver. I "
. " .v '-U - . heartened. fur it - i. .i
s r ; that I would im-w , i
I cui'-il. At ttif ii. mi. .f
. 'it!r7' v a frtend 1 tln-n ..
rJ j ,y S.S.S., and Wim t"i!.i
I f ' prove. I eontinui'il th"
n-.r-dfi-lite. nnd It enred tne coniiili tfly. Iniil.l
i'ia mi tnv health ami Increasing my BffM-ti
. tkiiourii lhi- wus ti n veiirs ic. I have ik-voi
y.-t hiiU a sis'U of the tlibeaae to return.
W. K. Nbwxav.
It is liko self-destruction to continue
t take potash and mercury ; besides
totally destroying the digestion, they
dry up the marrow in the bones, pro
ducing a stiffness and swelling of the
joints, causing the hnir to fall out, and
completely wrecking the system.
'.d gnrranteed Purely Vegetable, and if
the only bl'jod remedy free from these
Book on self-treatment sent free by
Swift Specific Company, Atlunta. Ga.
'3 We are ie;.dy. willing and
Hblo to supply 'he wants
rf lie- m-'i 1 r'li'idreti on
s i.ivi T i : liop'ilar
t h - 1 1 ; r g
in - a .' I o.- Ii ' 1 i. '.'
;.r;.- s W
wi'h every p ir of ciool
" rth Side Mala Street.
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ta -Ain;. f ..- pr-l-u;-. lTjrDal,i, 4
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P htl !'; ..i.a
UK Pl-TTSM()UTn, NKH
AD iJ CA ITAL. OeO d
f rTI, J ':.'-' tl lil
,f-ql?imjc Banking DusTinss
. 'L KS. Donda, iold. government ma ..i. Hl
securities oouirht and sold. (Jpolt rf.
jel ved and Id te rent itllownd on tbv r' t -oiitus.
Drafts ar.iwn, allar!e In ..y
part of the U. 8. and all the principle
town of Europe 'Jolleotlooa made and
promptly remitted HUheat market
t.rlce paid for county warrants. t
.nS notinty bonda-
N. Dovey. i . , ,,.
P. t . Wh.t. r. '..
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