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THE DAILY IjECEMBER 7
T. u . oo
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS
Boots and Shoes ,
OMAHA , NEB.
* * * M IfWfM'VWttf' IT" * .
. WAEEFiEliD ,
WHOLESALK AMD RKTAIL DKAtBR IN
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS , BLINDS , MOLDINGS , LlftflE , CEMEK
AQKHt foil Ml MVAUKK t CIU1ENT COMPANY !
Near Union Pacific fiepot _ OMAHA ft
HENRY LEHMANN ,
'EASTERN PRICES DUPLICATED.
118 FARNAM ST. - - OMAHA
STEELE , JJHNSQN & CO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
CIGARS MB niuTiGTURED TOBACCO ,
'for BEHWCOll MILS AHB LAFLlil & BAND POWDER EO.
"POWER AND HAND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
MAOHINERY. BKLTINO , BOSV , BRASS AND IKON FITTINOS . PIPE , 3TB4
PACKING , AT vmOLESALK AND RETAIL.
/ _ H/U.Up.YJrp-MILLS / |
Cor. Farrtam and 10th Streets Omaha , Neb.
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO ,
Fire and Burglar
1020 Farnham Street ,
- - - 3KT3ESE5.
DRUGS , PAINTS , OILS ,
Window and Plate Glass. :
< ar Anyone contemplating building store , bank , or any other fine ! ! ! find It to their ad
antage tear corres and with us before purchasing their PlatoQlaBB.
C. F , GOODMAN ,
OMAHA - - NEB.
MILLARD & PEOK ,
Storage , Commission and Wholesale Fruits ,
1421 & 1423 FARNHAM STREET.
J CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED !
geiits for Peck & Bausliora Lard , anfl Wilber Mills Flour
OMAHA , - - - NEB
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE. JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL & CO.
HEATING AND BAKING
Is only attained by using
Stoves and Ranges ,
WJBB GAUZE OVER DOOES ,
.For aalo by )
MILTON ROGERS & SONS
WILLIAFV1 SNYDER ,
CARRIAGES , BUGGIES ,
Firs-Olass Paining and Trimming. Repairing Promptly Done ,
1310 EUraariOor. 14th , Oaalia , Net-
Recollections of a Poor Man's '
How Tall Onks from Little
Acorns Grow in America.
Kitr ct.iof HI * letter * ,
Mjrjfint employment was ia nttoud
nnco upon an nshory. The prooues of
oxtrnotlng lye from ashes and of boil
ing the lye into black white sails was
cominonplaoo enough , but when the
molting down into potash catuo nil
vras excitement and bustlo. This
labor was succeeded , when the spring
had advanced far enough , by the du
ties of the "sap-bush. " This la the
season to which the farmers' sons and
daughters look forward with aqrooablo
anticipations. In the employment
toil is moro than liberally sweetened.
The occupation and its associations
are healthful and beneficial. When
yonr troughs are dug out ( of baas
wood , for there were no buckets in
these day ) i your trees tapped , your
sap gathered , yonr wood cut and your
tires fed , there is leisure either tor
reading or "sparking. " And what
youthful donizans of the sap buih will
over forgot the "sugaring olF" their
share , or the transparent and delicious
streaks of candy congealed and cooled
In the snorr ?
Many a farmer's son haa found his
best opportunity for mental improve
ment in his intervals of leisure while
tending "aap-bush. " Such , at any
rate , was my own exporionso. At
night yon bad only to food the V ot-
ties and keep up your fires the sap
baving been gathered and the wood
cut "before dark. " During the day
wo would also lay in a good stock of
< 'fat pine , " by the light of which ,
blazing brightly in front of the sugar-
iouso , in tbo pasture the serpent was
condemned to assume aa a penalty for
tempting our great ( first grandmother.
[ hare passed many and many a do-
ightful night in reading. I romom-
jor in this way to have road a history
of the French revolution , and to have
obtained from it a butter nnd moro
enduring knowledge of its events and
lorrors , and of the actors in that
great national tragedy , than I have resolved -
solved from all aubscquont teachings.
[ remember , also , how happy I was
in beint ; nblo to borrow the book of a
Mr. Koycs , after a two-mllo tramp
through the enow , shoolecs , my foot
awadlod in remnants of a rag carpet.
In Itho autumn following our re
moval to Cincinnati , I had "worked
out , " und earned leather ( solo and up
per ) enough for a pair of shoos , which
troro to be made by a son of Crispin
[ Deacon Badger , if I remember right
ly ) , who lived on the river a milo and
a half away. The deacon , I doubt
not , has gone to his rest , and I f orglvo
litn the fibs ho told , and the dozen
journeys I made barefooted over the
: rozen and "hubby" road in Dicem-
aer before the shoes were dono.
My mind retains most vividly inci
dents rather than individuals. In
; hose days , hard as it may scorn now ,
poor men , however honest , lived in
dread of imprisonment. My father
ivas ono of a class whom ill fortune
tracked through lifo. Ho worked
iard , but never prospered. His horao
was always sick , or lame , or was back
ing off the dock. The debtor's prlsou ,
therefore , was ever staring UB in the
face. But there was this blessed mit
igation of the horrors of a debt
or's prison : There wore goal
liberties connected with the
prison , of which a debtor with
i reputation for honesty , and a
wealthy friend who would sign his
bond to remain upon the "limits , "
might avail himself , The limits , ac
tually defined , extended to business
parts of the village , so that a poor man
itood some chance of keeping the wolf
From devouring his wife and children.
This , however , was not the full meas
ure of the law'a humanity. On Sun
days the debtor was tree , and on these
days of jubilee I used to roam , \vith
my enfranchised father , do-vn to the
"Point , " over to the Shad Fishery , or
up to "Jefferson , " with a dcop oonso
of gratitude that ho was permitted ono
day in the week to walk God'a earth
and breathe Hia atmosphere unre
strained. Creditors were on the watch
always for truant debtors , who some
times failed to return to the limits be
fore 12 o'clock on Sunday night.
In Everard Puck , of Rochester , for
whom I worked after a wife and chil
dren wore upon my hands ( that wife ,
God bless her , always doing moro than
her share for the uupport of all ) , and
to whoso office I seemed to have been
providentially attracted , I found that
friend who "stickoth closer than a
I rejoice that the memory of Frank
lin is cherished by printers. No page
of history is adorned by a brighter
namo. His precepts and oxamploa
both eminently wise and good have
exerted a salutary and livii g influence
over the civilized world. But to
printers especially , have his teachings
been profitable Stimulated by his
virtues , and emulous of hia fame ,
printers have since risen to high and
There is no man , I venture to say ,
who has the slightest intellectual re
lation to our craft , who has not been
rendered wiser , better and happier by
reading the lifo ot Benjamin Frank
lin. And many a printer's devil , who ,
but for hia familiarity with the his
tory of Franklin , would have groveled
through life , has risen to eminence ,
Every atuto in the Union has fur
nished gratifying illustrations of this
Progress and mechanism have divested -
vested our art of much of its in
terest. I have never boon in
favor of Innovations ; and if
our great exemplar , Franklin , could
revisit earth , his spirit wonld grlovo at
the vandalism which lun robbed
"press work" of all its intellectuality.
Benjamin Franklin , though a good
"compositor , " was a good "pressman"
also , and worked as such , from choice ,
while a journeyman.
But now only ono branch of our
trade Is taught to apprentices , A
printer is now no longer connected
with the "press-room. " The printer
of the present day is a stranger te its
healthful toil , its rich humor , its merry
laugh , Its habitual jests , 'and , I am
constrained to remembar , its too fre
quent revelries. The customs of the
press-room , along with Its labors , are
all absolete. Who , of the prwieni
generation of prlnten , known 'any
thing of the mystic nd msgio power
of signature "OJ" And how can a
boy make a good printer whose initia
tory stops were not taken In treading
a pelt ? Who has forgotten the weati-
nccs of that treadmill ? I remember
with gratitude the Innovation which
gave us dressed door akins injtoad of
green pelts for balls ,
Railroads , stoambots , caual-boats ,
etc. , have had their iharo , too , in
plucking ( lowers from our path. The
journeyman printer , Hko the hatter
and shoemaker , used to go on his
"tramps. " Thoco were delightful
peregrinations. I have traveled on
foot from OnondflRa to Auburn , from
Auburn to Uticn , from Ulica to Ilork-
imor , thence to Albany , thence again
to Uticn , etc. , working a few months
or weeks , as chanced , in each place.
Time has wrought great changes ,
and nowhere olao with "uoh a legible
hand ns In your city ( Now York. ) I
obtained a "situation there in Juno ,
1816. It sooma as if but a night had
intervened , and that nil I now see , in
waking , of grandeur and magnificence ,
of a wilderness ot dwellings and for
est ot masts , is the work ot enchant
Not a Oflic.
Nat n CMO of rheumatism , not H cano of
neuralgia , not caaa of lameness , not a
ease of pain or sprain not ono has foiled
to go when attacked by Thomas' I'olco'.tla
A NOVEL TONNEU.
Bow cm Eastern Buporlntondont Was
Worked by an Old Timor.
BoiouiAn ( Mont , ) CourUr.
While the Clark's Fork mines are
not in the regions of eternal snow ,
the fall thcro is by no moans Inconsid
erable. A story is told of n tunnel
rnn on a load in that district to the
depth of 225 foot , which is deserving
Df being immortalized in print , Some
two years finco a party of eastern cap *
Italista made a purchase of ( hi ) Silver
King lodo. They cent out as superin
tendent a dapper little chap from Now
York , who know no moro about min
ing than a Crow Indian dona of geom
The auperintcndnnt , Mr. Smythoby
name , came to Bozaman , hired n
retinue of conks , tcamstorn , etc. , and
ivunt out to the mmo. Ic had not
DOOH developed to any talent , and
after an inspection of the prospect
shaft , Mr. Smytho determined to have
a tunnel iun on the property , Ho
innounci'd hia intentions and ntkod
'or bids. An old timer nnd prospector
inuiod Jaokoon , hearing of Mr ,
Srnytho'iiynnta , wont to BOO the em-
aryo auperiutendont It did not take
Jackson loni ; to " * izo up" hi * man ,
and iu a short tirao ho hr.d contracted
: o rnn a tunnel on the lead to a depth
of 225 feet. Explaining to Mr. Smythu
iho character of the formation , and
lolling him that in soft rock he could
make fair headway , ho undertook to
rnn the tunnel to the required length
For $20 per foot , or $1,600 for the
work. A payment wan made Mr.
Jackion on the spot of $1,000 , and
Mr. Smytho wont to St. Paul , the
unnel contractor agreeing to make n
weekly report as to the progress of the
Mr. Smytho'a visit was made in the
at tor part of November. Juot prior
: o his coming there had been a heavy
anew fall , and in the vicinity of the
mine the snow averaged a croat depth.
VIr. Jackson know this. Ho started
iiis tunnel , and instead of entering the
mountain , took an easterly course
around the aide under the snow. The
mouth was closely timbered , but after
a distance of thirty feet the timbering
was done in a less substantial manner ,
the contractor using sixteen-foot
boards and 2x4 spiles. The track was
laid in the same dautaco 'aa the sub
stantial timbering. A car or two of
waste iittored the roadway , and the
appearance of a veritable tunnel pre
sented. In the latter part of Janua
ry , Jackson sent the superintendent
word that the tunnel was complete.
In due time Mr. Smytho arrived.
Jackaon conducted him to the entrance ,
gave him the end of a rope which waa
exactly 225 foot long , and told him ho
need not soil hia clothes ; that the
tunnel waa very wet , and that when
the end waa reached ho ( Jackson )
would Btriko the face with a hammer.
This was done. Mr. Sraytho expressed -
pressed entire satisfaction with the
work , paid Jackson the $3,500 re
maining duo , and released him from
his contract. The superintendent
then went east and made hia report.
He returned six months later , prepared -
pared to at once prccood with the de
velopment of the mine. His queries
as to the meaning of the timbers
around the mountain resulted in the
discovery that ho had boon taken In.
Jackson was last heard of in Tomb-
atone , and the superintendent of the
Silver King lode hasn't been hoard
What Cnn't bo Cured Mast bo En.
This old adagci tloea not nlgnlfy that wo
must Buffer the miseries of dyspepsia , wbeu
n medicine with the curative properties of
Burdock Blood Bitten la available. It la
one of the moat Mibatantlftl and reliable
remedies sold to day.
Ono of the mysteries in railroad
operations is that no much ia done in
the way of courting the non-paying
theatrical business , A representative
of the Journal , a day or two since ,
chanced to be in ono of the local out
side offices when otto of these cheeky
advance agents of a theatrical troupe
came in , Tbo first thing ho called for
wna a railway guide , the looking over
of which , laying out his route for a
couple of weeks , occupied fully fifteen
miuutoB , His first request was a pass
far himself and his lithographer to a
point 384 miles away , with a dozen of
stop-offs , Then , in a few days , his
programme distributer would be along ,
and ho wished a pass for him nnd some
800 pounds of baggage , Then , at the
same time , there would be boxes
weighing 1,300 pounds , which he
wished sent through to the terminus
of the route laid out , free ,
Thla was all consented to. The
advance agent then remarked that
there was 25 cents a day storage on
the last named box. which ho wished
the local agent would arrange with the
baggageman to throw off. Ho then
asked for an order for the treasurer ol
the troupe for the thirteen tickets , in
which the amonnt (1 ( cunt per mile for
each ) wo'ul d be stated. Then the matter -
tor of connection was brought up , anc
it waa found necessary to hold the
train thirty to forty minutes at three
polnti , that they might fulfil their en
cftgoments. This was all arranged.
Then the advance man remarked ( hat
their iconory was bulky , and probably
it would bo necessary to put it fan a
special car to carry it ,
Just then a farmer who proposed
to immigrate to a Kansas point , c.\mo
in , staling that himself and his wife ,
his wife's slstor and seven children
were to immigrate there and ho want
ed the lowest rato. The local agent
named the rate , which waa two nnd
throo-quartcr cents per mlle , per
head , curried this aide of the Missouri
river , nnd an arbitmty nto waa added
on the woit side , Hero the bnggngo
question came up , and it Was found
that it would cost him some $18 to
set through , owing to excess in weight ,
The farmer , who was goiug west to
furnish produce which would bo
carried over those very roads ,
accented the situation , called
For the tickets , but , as ho pulled out
his pocket book , said ; "Look here ,
captain , can't you put A little chap wo
have , about six years old , through
froeJ" "Well , no ; but I toll you what
I will doI will got him through on
halt faro. " The farmer paid his msnoy
and loft , but the advance agent was
still there using the paper of the rail
road company and writing two or
three tolugrams which ho wished sent
free. The reporter loft at this junc
ture , thinking that wore ho a general
manager the theatrical party should
pay big rates and the horny-handed
Farmer should bo the favored ouo cf
Hloa rvudilugB ,
Flies , roaches , ants , bed-bugs , rats ,
mice , gophers , chipmunks , cleared out
by "Rough on Rato. " 16o.
An Internal Havonno Offlor Saved ,
PROMDUVCII , Aug. 22 , 1EW.
SUITOR or llonniv HRKALP.
iURSiR During my terra of icrrlce In the
ntcrtul .lU\cr.tiu Department ot the UnllfJ
SUtcH , at the Umomyoincoviuln thin city , I WM
aRllrttil with amcrcntUck of Kidney DBOIMO
ami at times tutTerol lnton oy , I rccehcnl the
mcJlcnl uhlio cf nomad our bestphjilcUnifo
onff time , without kclnjr lionofltioJ by tholr
premlptloui. Ilcliu illtrouragoii by the fallueao
hoil'cton toliclp iio , and being urged to use
hint's Komwly "by n ( ritiul who htul toted It *
uorltd , nlthoiiKli ) roluctint to try n patent medi
cine , I wiw flim'ly ' Induced to try the remedy ,
an I pr-cured two bottles ol It , nnd commenced
nklnp It falthlull ) ncordlog to the directions ,
llotoro llial taken It three daji the excrutlv
\ng \ pain In my back had dloppearcd , and bcforo
hnJ used two bott'ea I was entirely cured
Vhcnever , Jrom cner-oxtrtbn or a violent cold ,
ho pains In my kldniijH return , n ( cw dosc of
hint's lUmnly quickly ctlecU nemo.
Before closing I beg to mention the remarkable
uro ot n friend of mine In New Pork city , t )
\honi I roc mmonded tills > al nb o medicine. Ho
vna miRerlng ne\ercly from an attack which uai
ironounco J by bit | ihj slclan n decided case ot
Irlght's Dlicaeo of the Kldneja. I obtained two
bottled of Hunt' * Uomcdy for him , n d ho com-
ncnccd taUnfr It , end bean to lx ) > ro\o at once ,
nnd wasepoollly restored to health , nnd ho.it-
rlbutcs the sit ILK of bis lifo , urdcr the ulcsslcg
ofa Micro fulPro\ldonco , toHunt'a llemexly.
Another friend ot uilne In Mow York , to whom
recommended Hunt's Itcnicdy , wai eufferlnv
: \oro'y from k dncy dltcate , and wiscntlrclr
cured of It after us'iiffthli ' wonderful medicine
otily a ihoit psrlod.
Keeling dirply frntcful forlho great benefit *
experienced by my friends tndmj tit from the
use of Hun I'd Remedy. I feel It to bo my duty
at ell ni n zrcat prlvelego , to furnish ) ou th
oluntary and uniolicltod Btttoment of l cta for
holnformntbi of your larjr.0 number ot reader ! ,
many < f whom are undoubtedly ( uttering from
nil widely proidlnKWOUigo , nnd I lollovo tb t
t If thu bolt medicine now knowu , and that It
will cure all en cs of kidney dlitnics that can be
I shill be pleased to confer with any ere who
may dcelro an Interview legardlng the itato *
uionti berth contained.
Truly Yours , KIOnMOND HESSIIAW ,
03 Mo'ser Street
3IDEBPIUNO ATTACHMKNT-NOT PATENT
A. J. SIMPSON.
1100 and 1111 Dodge Htreat ,
auu 7-mo dm OSIAIM , NKU
ALL TEUE FELLOWS
Worthily point to the
Ai an artlclo of each rare and oxccodlnif merit a
iloecno a place on every sideboard ,
ASooinl OlnsD of Hub Punch I * a
moot welcome occciwory of friendly Intercourse
pcculluly acceptable at partloH. Uncork , an
tla ready , I'uiuhea brewed at rixjucat are fa
behind U In flavor.
Olftod oratora never dlalo : e
The real source whence their eloquence flows
Ikllove me , U comes , alter dinner or lunch ,
From a flowing bowl of OKAYF811IUH PUNCH
The name and tltlo-"HUH PUNOH" Isa-lop.
tcdotatrida mark. All unautborltcd ue of
thla trade mark will be promptly prcwocutoJ.
0 , II. ailAVESiBONS , 110S10.V , MASS.
by Grocers and Wiuo Merchttnlii
Trade aupplloi at Manufacturer's prices
by M. A , AloNnmara ; fainlllea supplied by
A. II. Uladntoue , Omaha Neb
Send $1 , 82 , $3 , or 85 for a re
tail box by Express of the beat
Candles in America , put up in
elegant boxen , and strictly pure
Suitable for present * . Kxpreu
charges light , Uefera to all Obi
oago , Try it once.
Milwaukee & St , Pan
now runnlnic IU VAST KXPUK8S TIIAINS
OMAHA AND OOUNOIL BLUFFS
Pullman's ' Magnificent Sleepers
Tinost Dining Oars in the World.
F YOU ARE GOING EAST
CHICAGO , MILWAUKEE ,
Or to anr point be > on J ; or
F YOU ARE GOING NORTH
ST. PAUL OR MINNEAPOLIS
Take the BEST 110UTK , the
Ohioago , Milwaukeefc St , PanlR'y
Ticket office locaUxl at corner Fnntam and
'ourtccnth ttrcoU and t U , 1' . Depot and t
Illlaul Hotel , Omaha.
tSTSto Tlma Table In mother column.
F. A. NASH , Oon rol Atcnt.
O. It , KOOTK , Hck t Agent , Omaha.
I. B. MERIULli , A. V. II. CAIU'KNTKK ,
acncrnl Manager. Ocncral POM. Agent.
. T. CI.AUK. OF.O. H. 1IKAKKO1U > ,
General flup't. Asa't Ocn , 1'aiu. Agent.
ST. LOUIS ,
DETROIT , NIAGARA FALLS ,
And all PoluU E t andtOouth-E t.
Nearly 1,000 mtlci. Solid Smooth Steel Track
11 connociloDB are made In UNION DhPOTQ
baa a National HcnnUtlon aa belnjf thi
real Through Oar Line , and la unlreraall ;
encoded to be the FINEST EQUIPPED Half ,
oad In the world lor all claraei ol travel.
Try It and you will On * trartUng a Imnrj
nstoad ol a dlacomfort.
Through Tickpti via rhli Celebrated Lin * lot
sain at all office * In the Wcat ,
All Information about Ratoa o Fare , Bleeping
3ar AcocmmoJatlona , Time Tablet , & . , will bi
cheerfully glrcn by appljlnlnj to
id Vlce-Prea't A Oen. Uanwfor.Chlcajo
PEROIVAL LOWELL ,
Don. Pawervfcr Agi. Chicago
W.J. DAVKNPOBT ,
Gen. Agent , Oonncll Bluffi.
H. P. DUELL , Ticket Agt. omahl
Sionz Oity &
THE SIOUX CITY ROUTE
Rnnt a Bolld Train Ihroogh free >
Oonncil Blufls to St. Paul
Without Oh nKO Tlma , Only 17 Hourj
10 BS. TMJt. MINNEAPOLIS
DUMJTI1 OH niSHAUCR
nd nil pcliiti la Iforlho/u lovri. Ulnnro. ! * snti
> t > coU. Til ! ) lice Id equipped with the Improved
"QLUuifhunM Automatic Alr-bttAn id Kill *
'lalforrn Courier and Buffer : and fat
CHBED , EAFBVY AND OOJIfORV
inn urpxMed. Pullrcru Pnlsco SlM > pl3g C i
UQ tlucugh WITHOUT OIIANOR between Kin
City and Kt. i'anl , via Oonncll BluJs aad
Slour C y.
Trtlnu loava Lnlcn Ptolflo Tiauifer at Ooai
U Blufft , .it 7:30 p. ta. dally on arrival of Kacc&l
0147 , t Jootph and Council Jlluls train froc
hiaculh. Arrhlo at Eloui City 11:10 : p. m. .
nd at the Kevr Union Dapot ht Dt. Paul a > 11:66 :
TJI noona a ADVANCE or ANY oraei
MTT.tuetnbor lo aVlus the Sloax City Itou
you cot 6 Through frn'.a. TUo Bhorttsl
ho QalcKcnlTlmo and a Oomforffth ! * > .d 'p f
hrocrb ( ! r3 between
COt/HOIIi BLUJTFB AMD BT. fAOL.
C5"Un that your Tlckcia uad via Ihe "floai
I'.ly and I'oclfla Rillron i
1 B. WATTLK8 , J. U , B000AJAH
IJurojlnteudsnt. Ota' Paw.Aoen
Mluanrl Valley Ia.
W. IT. DAV1U fionthwcutora I' fncr
FAST TIME !
In colnz lair take tb *
Tralna leave Omaha 8:40 : p , m. and 7:10 : * . m
i'or ' full Information call on A. I' , OEUEL.TIcke
Auont , Hth and Kunani sU. . J. BEUi. U. ]
Ullwij ( Depot , or at JA1IRBT. CLAI1K , Qenor
j. R mm & co.
F'L. . Sommers Sc Go's
CELEBRATE ! )
AND NOVELTIES ,
iND DEALERS IK
Fruits. Nuts and Cigars ,
111 S I4th St.
OUHA , NEB
. WESTERN ;
CORNICE ; WORKS : !
0. SPE011T , - . Proprietor.
1212Harn8y8t. - Omrha , Neb.
DORMER WINDOWS , F1NIALS ,
Tin , Iron and Sldte Hoofing ,
Spooht'a Patent Motalio Skylight.
Patent Adjusted llntohot Bar
nnd Bracket Shelving. I am
the general aont for the
aboro line of goods.
Oreotlnga , Dalu < itrad tVerandaaJOfllMBn4
Bank RilllriK * , Window and Cellar
Ouardu ; rlto
BULBS TiUio * .
Groom * * .
And all other far Pall Planting , Large I Maori-
tnent erer ihown In Chlcigo-
ninstrattd CaUlcgut free , bond lor It
Hiram Sibley & Co. ,
SEED MEN ,
20O-2M PnnilMnh t Ghtmr
The scat of all diseases of this nature -
turo is in the blood , aa nny ono mani
festly knows ; therefore , if you purify
the blood , the disoato , in any form or
stage , disappears. Head what these
nay who hnvo tested thq rnnrlta of the
great vegetable blood purifier , 8. 8. 8 ,
It cloanscs the blood of nil scrofulous
taint BO thoroughly that the disease
I had scrofula for seven months , the
ulcer covering the entire surface of
both lefts. After having tried the
Usual remedies with no relief , I re
sorted to 8. 8. 8. , and nm glad to say
that six bottles haa effectually cured ,
mo. A. 8. LENFEaxv ,
Atlanta , Ga.
I suffered from scrofula 17 yrnrs.
My ohin bones were covered with ul
cers and ono nirvsa of rotten flesh , and
the odor was almost unbearable. All
remedied and treatments failed until T
began taking 8. 8. 8. Previous to-
taking It I at times could scarcely
walk. Now I can walk all day , and I
have to thank 8. 8. 8. and it only for
my euro. THOB. McFxnuND ,
Atlanta , Ga.
Sonio thirty years ago there lived
In Montgomery , Ala. , a young man
who wan terribly nfllicted with Hcrof-
nla , After being treated for a long
tirao by the medical profession of this
town with no benefit , ho commenced
taking 8. 8. 8. After persistently
taking it two months ho was cured.
Being acquainted with him for 20
years thereafter , I can testify that the
disease never returned" .
J. VV. BISHOP , J. P. ,
Hot Springs , Ark.
81,000 Rf . ta paid to u
chemist who will nod , on analjhutji AMI uuctiwu
B. B. B. , one particle ot Mercury. Itfdlde of to
Slam or any Mineral substance.
awirr SPECIFIC co. PTOPI.
Atlanta , Os.
Prlce'ol Small rite , 11.09.
Larg * ilto 11.16.
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Un J , O , Hobertson , Pittc urg. Pa. , write * : "I
wu buffering from general debility , want of ap-
petltv , constipation , etc. , BO that ! tfo wu a bar-
den ; niter using Ilurdock Illood lilttorn I felt bet
ter than for yer . I cannot probe your Bitter *
too much , "
Jt. Olbtie. ot naflalo , N. Y. , writes : 'Your
urdock lllot t Hitters , In chronic dlsaaio * of the
lood.lher aiii klilneyi , have been Blgnally
marked with success. Ibavo used them tajtell
with boat results , for torpidity of the liver , and la
caaa of a friend of mine Buttering ficm diopsy ,
tbo effect WM marvelous. "
Ilruce Turner , Rochester , N. Y.wrlt | < ! * : ' ' 'I hare
been tubjert to sorlous disorder of tha liineju.-
and unable to attend to business ; Burdock DleJoa
Hitters rUIered me before half a > bottle waa UB d
( eel confident that they will entirely cure ma. "
ABonltu Hall , Binglmmpton , N , Y. , writes :
"I sulleruj with a dull palu through ray left
lung and shoulder. Lost my spirits , appetite
and color , and could with difficulty keep up all
day. Took your Burdock Ulood Bitten aa di
rected , and have felt DO pain slueo flret ) woolc af
ter USWK them. "
Mr. Noah Dates , Hmlra , K. Y. . writes : "About L
four yearn ago 1 had an attack of bllloua feurand
never fully recovered. My digestive organs
were weakened , and I would bo completely I > n -
tratcd for ilayi. After using two bottlcu of your
Burdock Wood Btttera the ! improvement wan BO
vlalblo that I waa astonished. I can now. though
01 years of age , do a fair and le&sanabla < l r >
0. HUckct Robl&aon , proprietor ol The Canada ,
Presbyterian , Toronto , Ont. , wrltw : "KorYean
1 euUsrixl greatly from oft-recurring heododM. 1
used your Burdock Blood Hltteri with happlert
results , nnd I now find BT If la better health
than for yean past. "
Mrs. Wallace , Buffalo , N , Y , write * : ' -I have
rued Burdock Blood Bitten fo < ocrvoua and bll-
ous I adachos , and can lecommsnd U to anyone
MU R a cure for bllltousneau. '
Mrs. Ira llullnolland , Albany , N. Y. wrltet :
"For B0\cral y.-ira I Uve rafleied ficm cft-tcar-
rliiK blllious heidichoj , dyspepsia , and com
plaints peculiar to my BOX. Since using mat
Burdock Blood Bitten I am entirely relieved. "
Price , I.OO p r Bottlt ; TrU Bottte * 10 ( Ha
I03mHILBUBN&Ooll , > rQ9l.
BUFFALO , H. T.
Bold at wholesale by W fe McVIakoi aado.
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A trU package of "BLACK.DRAUOHTfl
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