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DAILY EVENING EDITION
SE MEN I
AdVtrtlM tlx- Wares they f
KkTi to sell Tell your II
.ton In h -linpli- way unci
Tntilt M),i v,i
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PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OltEttON, TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1901.
implinjr, will Convince
that our goods, are more than a
letter than the ordinary run of
M- Hit does not we are min
imi the purchaser is at no great
Icatiac our goods are sold at
Ible pricea. Have von tried any
e excellent brands ot staple
Squadron Coffee, MM. strong
ling's Tea, fragrant and delici-
h Cocoa, i rialiing and
hi!.. Iliiiten l.rn, itv
.'-W MIIV IHHI."" Ml "I I I J .
Vntta t i'.,t, ,tii, r
iv i if riii inu
CORSETS HRe, 75c, $1.00,
J. '.., $1 SO, $1.75, $2.00,
K.50, $ loo and $5.00.:::::
imply won't let you net uwai
from ffr fact that thiH iw a store which
will tmi : vuur many wunt at lowest
ftns Large Assortment.
laefgV nil' coinba 5c to Hi pair.
Tompelnur comb I0c to tftc, fancy hair
brooolM' Hi' i' ladiee patent
leather belt with cheuile and spikes
7fc mm fiWc.
!!'"" trade in this line. We see
tlie bf fLi-ilr-.mil lino tiii iroah. All
& and lUc packager here un sale at
Ijfcf dye be, Kaater cards, lc up. Fine
Bw Kaater perfume at reduced
Muster dishes, fancy decorated
ga, i'ii Kaater candies in-1.
ire headquarters for the follow-
Nun bookl and magazine
p .ni' i crepe ami tissue paper
DLadiea' or gent 'a puraea
ilaliouery ami school auppliee
toya, games and dolls
fane) metal framea
1 1 bums, and fancy gtaala, etc.
or on tin, iiiHtuI 1 iiient plan.
arc agents (or the leading wheele
i I' nit... I KtulMu
kmhias, Imperial and Cleveland
'M.V to (75.
ruuhle to tell you the good uual-
fcur hicyclea. All wheela fully
(iivousall the lvadio. ploaso,
we want to tell thrni about our
NKW tailor-made stiits, rainy
day skirls and shirt waints that
This store has always en jovi'd a
pood reputation for the BEST
and NEWEST things, bul
never he fore have we shown the
variety of styles, heautiful
materials and OOlOliugl that we
are showing this season.
Tin se are the very latest and most stylish
cut of the uptodate and celehrated Straight
Front Corteta. These will gel at $1.26,
$1.76, $2.0(1. $2.50 $4.00 and 6.00.
Short Corsets with
Long Waists at $1.25
in pink, blue, white and black. These have
lieen and are, justly favored.
Cuts have nut been sent us, therefore we cannot
publish them at this time. We sell tht same quality
of corset for less money or a better one for the same
Evaporated Stock, very fancy.
Qet our Wholosale Prices . . .
C. ROHRMAN, : : : : 309-311 Court Street.
All best quality Carpets, sewed and layed
cheaper than any other house. Linoleums
in all the latest designs in fancy stamps.
Si c qui office chairs and desks.
Seed Sowing Time...
seed if you
expect t o
T. C. TAYLOR, the
FOLSOM, Main Street
Stock is from selected grasses grown
in rich soil which insures a healthy
-rowth. Timothy, Alfalfa, Millntt,
Hlue Grass, lirotue Grass, lied and
White Clover in any quantity. Also
have a full line of garden tools.
Rev. Stnnehonse, of the London
Missionarv society, wan murdered by
brigands 14 miles east of Tien Twin.
Tlio celebrated Jesuit scholar, Abbe
Renard, professor at the University of
Ghent, has broken off relations with
the church in order to marry.
Kx -Senator K. . Wolcott of Col
orado has written a letter to a friend
In Washington denying the storv that
he waa to enter President Mckinley's
The hutMinic plague continues to
spread in Capo Town. There la an
average of six fresh cases ofhcially re
ported daily. Most ol the victims are
General Wevler, Spanish minister of
war, is preparing extensive army re
forms. The food of the soldiers will
be improved, ami economies will he
realized in the war budget
The ottoman government has sent a
warship to Marat hoomapos, Island of
Samoa, off the west coast of Asia
Minor, the whole southern region of
the island being in reliellion.
Kapoivch t he n-sassin of M. Bognlie
rtoff. Russian minister of public in
struction, has been sentenced to hard
lalor for life. He will lie imprisoned
iti tin Chusselberg fortress, on an is
lam! in the Nn ;i
A river of (laming oil swept down
upon the little village of (ilengarden.
N. J., while its inhabitants were
asleep Sunday morning, and reduced
11 buildings, stores ami residences tn
ashes n ml train ran awr.v, the oil
ficing ignited w hen the cars left the
At the annual meeting of the Ameri
can Tract society it was reported that
the societv has issued bttWOM 18,000,
not) and 14,000,000 distinct publications
at home and in the foreign tield. The
aoeiety, through ita system of colpor
tage, strives to carry the gospel ines
aage to the millions that are unreached
by the churches. Daring "! years of
colpurtage, over 15,t)0t).ti00 family
visits have been made, and nearly 10,
UlO.OiMi families prayer with or spoken
to on the subject 01 personal religion,
while Iis.imm.im) pages of Christian
reading have been left in their homes.
The society has been able to publish
the gospel truth in lr- languages or
(Ualects, and has aided the denomina
tional missions in their work at home
and abroad. Daring the year. I
twecn 4,iKXi,tHKi ami .Ynoo.nm pages of
Christian literature in the Hpanisl
language have liecii ilistnliuteil in our
island possessions, and l.ooo.oou page
of selected reading have been ilia
trihuted to the armv and navv.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
The I ndepcmlcnce common counci
has called a meeting for Kridav, Marcl
Lll, lor the purpose of disoussing tht
new popular loan ordinance.
The Yakima t'reamerv Product
companv has uruani.etl at Yakima
City. Marhinerv will be put in for
plant of liHto j. un I of butter per day.
( ioldeiidale will have a city election
April 1. I lie saloon issue will
paramount. At present the town I
two saloons which pay an annual tax
of f-sKt each.
The cum of winter apples at Nortl
Yakima is now (song delivered to buy
ers from ititlercnt cities and seera
hundred boxes will he shipiH-d within
the next week
Congressman Jones has informed
those interested in i-asing hinds on
the Yakima Indian reservation that
the secretary ol the interior has re-
fuaed to amend his order mak n,- leases
for only five years
The ouail, common v known as "Rol
Whites." imisirted fiom Kansas and
turned In iw in various parts of Whit
man county aeveral veara ago, are lin
ing well, and theie are a number id
birds in the vicinity of (iartield
K. Benjamin, a logger, 3V years old,
who lives near lloo.l Kiver, tJr., was
ahot to death at a dance at Under
wood'a Landing, Skamaiiiu county
bet w etui 12 and I o'clock Sunday morn
lug. beujamin and aeveral of the
dancers were aeated at talhe ami the
assassin tired through a window from
th itside. No trace of the murderer
I. its heen found A man with whom
Benjaimn ia ladieved to have had
trouhle ia suspected and the Washing
ton authoritiea are watching him. The
motive is supposed to have been jeal
ousy, growing out of a love affair.
doe-ii t t-iiiat- by ,n - nl. nt. A
(t-rtilr soil ami CATtfttl tultiva
tiuu an nn sary to pioilucr
tilt- Pom ling spin- and luavy
Yet the fame i w ho under
ataiids thai hi can't have a
healthy corn crop withwut
feeding and wrtdlUK. scriua
to linn, that he tan huvr a
bfll ' "ft tin
a ' . ' j4- nn ,., VVI U in,
by the aiiuilatit;n ol the
arvt ral t hemual ill inriith on
Which vitality dt-pt mln And
wliai wiids un- to the COTD
dlacaaaa of th atowMk anu
iiumtivr ayatttm an to the
body, tin y dlvxrl the m ir.
ttary food supply from tin
oriipir chamii Ik. and tne
ood bMOttMrl li an sickly
and ill-iioiiii-ht d
The pioptr digntltM ami
asimilation of fond is a Ml
ma i y raarnticl I n-alth i)y
hculiiig ill-., a-. - tin- ktom
ach and oiatus ot dtgvatiOM anil
nutrition Ii Piriii Gol4et
Mi. dual Uiaoovcry iacn tc
tht- digt-ntivt mid aaaiaailatiw
powers, atilimlatca tin- aiiinii
ot tin blood inakiiia alonda,
and m lo t-n-i y organ of Hit
body tin rich rd-Corpuaclad
blood on which pbyaicaJ vigor
and t it aa ill j. i lur
"I too! two iMjttlr. of I tor tot
fieri.tr. Ooldea Mtdti.il p. -mov
er . fot Btotua, h Iroubil ' wjtte
CJarcace Caruaa i.-i i. yU.t.
towu. Lotulouii Co Va "It did
rui o in.. : good that J ttiriii r
take any more 1 call eat mutU
anything- now. I am mi well
ple'.incd with ii 1 hutdlv know bow
to thank you lot your kind infoi
mattou I tried arllo! lot ol
tlmigi. la-Ion I wtoli u you
There wan u Ki-ntleiuaii '..Id ne
about your iiii-iliiiin- how it had
tilled fnr. wife 1 Ihouaht I would
try a bottl ol it Am uow itlad
that I iti. I tot I .Ion i know what
I would have done it it had not
PJtccu for Ltr Hcrce'a t.oldcu Med
ical Uiaeovcry "
!)t I'll ici a I'tia.Nalll Ft 111 U
regulaU tin bowela and tutt
NEW YORK WANTS
Republicans Name Him
Mayor, if Willing.
NEW YORK'S MORTGAGE TAX LAW
Will Cost tbe Iron Kuir Seven and One Half
Millions to Reside In Gotham,
If It Is Passed.
New York, March '.''..-The twentv
lirst assembly district republicans last
night formally propOMo Andrew Car
Mglo'l mime lor mayor, ami appointed
a committee to secure his consent
Mr. Carnegie upon his Arrival in l-m-
don la--t week scoffed at the idea of ac
cepting such a nomination.
Coitly to Llva Thera.
New York. March '.'. ccording
to the World Andrew ( arneige would
have to pav IT.-'skl.iXk) annuallv to con
tinue his legal . resident c in New York
city. The World correspondent sends
the following from A I nan v:
"Lawson Turdy .seendary of the New
York Tax Reform association, had a
hearing Isdore the joint senate ami as
Hftuhlv lommittei on taxation on the
new Mriimihnn mortgage tax hill. He
" 'Mr. Carnegie is about to exchangi
hi- stink, representing an interest in
certain property, for bonds represent
ing the same interest. 1 he stock may
pav large dividends and is m m -taxable
the bonds furnishctl better securitv and
a smaller income and are taxable.
" 'It is said Mr. Carneige is to re
ceive f.'t()t),(HH),()tk) in .r mt cent ImiihIs.
I'mler existng law, it will cost him
nearly 7,rsK),tH)tl to have his leva
residence ill the citv ol New York.
...... .11. t ill ft ft.
li you patis liiin liiii, lie tail iia.e
his legal residence in the city 01 New
V ik for fl.fMHI.tkK) annually.
II he is not willing to pav so
much for the honor he can have a legal
residence in Pittsburg for $1 ,'JlK),iK)0 n
" 'If he is fond enough of the stab
of New lurk to prefer to remain a
legal resident the cheapest plan for
him to pursue would he to make Ins
legal residence in the town of ROM
in Hamilton county, a line hunting
toiintrv in the Adirondack-. He can
have Ins legal resident e in Hope by
voting there and living there admit as
much us Mr. Hall lives at Owego, ami
It Will cost him not to exceed '.".',
M l. iu. for that is the total tax of the
town of Hoh ami the count v of Man
i I ton.
" 'If Mr. Carnegie odjecta lo paying
taxes on iieiii- a- a matter ol principle,
he can remain an American ciluenaud
have his legal residence in Hoise Citv
Idaho, without paying a dollar tax on
his bonds. All honor to Idaho, to which
taxes the substance, not the shadow
which has alsdiahed the attempt to tax
debts. ' "
UNITED STATES OBJECTS.
Thinks There's Danger In China's Secret
w nab ington, March A meuioran
tlilln, handed lo the t'hniese milil-ter
here on Kehruarv Ih reganliug th
secret agrettmeiit between Hussia and
China, bv which the cxar practittallv
annexes Manchuria, was matte pililn
tislay. I he I lilted Mates, It savs, ill
aire ui expreas its aense id tlie 1111
propriety, the inexptsliency ami even
the extreme danger to the interests of
China of conaidaring any private tern
tonal or liriam lal arrangements, at
least without the knowledge ami ai
proval of all the isiwera now engaged
in the negotiations.
ST. LOUIS MMMISSIONI kS.
MeBrlde, Carter, Thurston and Northrop
Get These Plums.
Yt ashlligtuii, March Jn. 1 In- pren
'lent has practically completed the
liat of the St. I. .1 exisialtion com-
iniaainners, and w ill probably atinoum e
the names within twnnty lour lioiirs.
"John A. Allen, of Miaaiaaippi, will
la- named," laid a republican congress
man thin murium so will ( vrn.- H.
Nosthrop, preaideut of the University
0! Minnesota . Scott, i f Arkansas, a can-
didate urged by Senator Jones, will
probably fall of appointment. Kx-beip
tori Carter. Thurston and McKrnle
will be 00 the liat."
The position carries a salary of IbooO
a year for three yeara.
ENGLISH PAPERS MUSI LAY.
The Star and Leader Libelled Arthur
London, .March Uti. A verdict lor
two hundred pounds has heen found for
the plaintiff in the Iliad ault brouht by
Arthur I 'hamberlaiij, a brother ol
Joseph Chamberlain, colonial aecre
tarv, against tin- Kvening Star ami the
Morning Leader. I bene palters printed
accusal lone of the iijioroiter uae of hie
Uillucmie as a relative of the secretary
to secure govern men I contracts.
111 1111 -,so
Her Desire to Knler Hell Holes
Cincinnati O. , March L'li. Carrie
Nation came to town laat uiglit, and
at daylight began a recoimoiUtr tour,
alter tirat attending masaat Ht. Feler'a
Cathedral, although she is a member
ol the Christian church. Hhe fOBJM
difti- illtv in reprcBBing iter desire to
enter "hell holts" oolier way back to
the hotel, but she jtromiatal the ladles
who invited her to lecture that alie
would not do ao during the day. I nti-r,
she interviewed Mayor Jleiaachman,
who ia a distiller, ami pleaded with
li 1 in to atop the HqOOf trallic or resign.
Hhe will viait the "Khiiie" tonight.
NgW r A La blHUCTliakS.
Cllulsal Salldlog and ao Addllloo lo
New Haven, Conn., March Vti. Mor
rff K. Tvier, treasurer of Yale uni
versity, kalay aiiuouutwd that ground
would be broken within a fortnight
for two new university buildings
1'lans have been Completed to erect lit)
mediately the tldO.iKK) new clinical
building of the medical Mhool "n
Cetlar street, opposite the state hoapi
tal. The pM,000 addition to Kent
hall, lietUeatlied the nniverMitv py
thi donor of tl riginal building.
Albert A. Kent of Chicago, is the
other hot) structure which will he
readv for the Yale bicentennial next
The addition to the Kent building
will lie to the southwest side and will
he similar in sire and design to the
present building It will double the
facilities in instruction in chenii-trv
eseciallv laboratory work, in the Yale
THE Ni:w YORK MARKET.
Raported by I. L. Ray k Co., Pendleton,
Chicago Board or Trade andfNew York
Stoek Ixehanga Rrokart.
(few York, March 96, There was
another dull ilnv in wheat '--I.e. and
the tendency was towards lower price-.
Liverpool closed unchanged, ft
New York opened 1-H higher, HO1..,
and sold detwism Ht l-s and so ,,
closing at the low point.
The trading was light, as moat of
the traders are ftwHitlng fOportl from
winter wheat districts
-locks strong, N. P, advancing the
dollars and C. It. A O. four per share.
MOHOy, I per cent.
Close yestenlav. HO Bg,
0gt tislay, HO1-.
Itangc tislay. ho i-h to sip .
Close tislay, so l-s.
May corn, 17
Closing slocks : Sugar, 111 toha i,
M818i St. I'-.nl, lis'4 C. H. Jk ii,
HIT :i h; N. P., ill '9.
Chicago, March Mav wheal . ,
to 75 r-H.
Philips Is the Corn King.
Chicago, March L'li. The News to.l.tv
aaya: lieorge II. Phillips is once more
king of the corn pit ami his rt-ign
promises t he a hard one for tha
"shorts." I'mler dictation ol this
young speculator corn yesterday sold
to i .1-1 10 .' lor lav delivery, a
gain of cents over the previous ses
sioti ami the highest price touched this
season A feature ot the present bull
movement is that tht uutrv is
heavily represented on the long side ol
the market ami w ill profit In the el
value. The I'llillips holdings alone
are estimated to he in the millions.
TWI-NTY IMiOIM.Ii kllllil).
RESULT Of THE HIRMINullAM I YCL0NE
Also 111 People Were Inlured Property
Loss Quarter of a Million t Hi
zona Distribute lu Needy.
Ilirmingham, Ala., March M,
Twentv dead ami ninely-llve injured,
with probably a loss of a ipiarter of a
million dollars sums up the result of
yesterday 's cyclone.
Additional deaths are Mrs. William
Thomas, John Muses, colored making
sixteen dead III this i lly, II. no at
Iroinlale and North Itirmiiigliam. At
the last named place. Mrs Marv liar
nn was killed by lightning during the
storm, the names of hftv-lwo nl the
injured have been obtained, flf these
six will die, swe'ling tht- total death
1st to twenty-six.
Tislay's elforts ate being directed tfl
wards relief work. The citicns mot al
BOM to provide funds, ami the result
was that a total was sulisi r 1 Ud of flu,
(Ha), Committees were appointed totlir.
tribute bssl and clothing where tin v
are must needed. A carefui search
among the ruins continued throughout
the night, hut no more corpses were
Damage al Home.
Koine, tia., March SW. The damage
hy yestenlay'a OJTfllOM in this section
amounts to thousands. 'I he depot at
I.iudale wan deiinil islied. At Cham
heir there is I'JO.tasi loss. A negro
mbooi hoiiac at Kingston was struck by
Ightnilig, l.i 1 a III, and Jennie
Kllmtl Isdng killed ami imun shocked
Train Blown from the Traek.
1 "10, ho-, lia., March -. I lie
(iitorgia Central train was blown from
the track yeatertlay w h lie mini ing at
a fair rate of s-nl I QUI befetMM wen
Lf tiaseogne Has a Mm m
New York, March Mi Arriving vns
mils reisiri rmigii ttxperienctt at sea
1'he I' reiich liner fat lancogutt iiasse. I
ll.r..i,l. a ll.... .luu.' , .1. L.mU.
through a three days gale, having
raila, life boats and rafts smashed
. . . .. . . r ,
but no passengers hurt.
Government kmpluys Spies.
.New York, March ''o. -A apecial to
the 1'erald aaya: The I nittsl Htates
government Is employing h.o- p. ol
lain information relative to the plans
ol the insurgents In the I'h 1 1 i pj .lues
rormal recognition of the emiiloyinttnt
of snieg ity tlie I luted Males is made
in the last army appropriation law.
An appropriation of U,fOO,UM) is au
thorised lor incidental exptmaea.among
which ia hire of laborers in the ipiar
ter masters department, including
hire of interpreters, aides or gulden bo
A Moiiatrous Urapbaplione.
llrnlgeiuirt, .viun h 1 bo reman
minister haa orderatl coiistrut led and
shloiMsl to his monarch a graphodion
as big us a Tollman car Its volume
of s ..mid la etiual to that ol an oruun
Out) hundred aid till) records actum
Mruger Will Not Come.
Amatordam, March 'JO. -I'aul Kruger
authoriaea a positive denial of tlie
report that he ig going to Amorit:a. He
lias m.i lived mitii y invitaii,,,,H hut
has 110 intention at present of making
Bowery Mrodle's Will.
JNew York. March 26. The will of
Mteve Jfrodle. tlie famous liownrv char.
acter and bridge jumper, was probated
today. The estate aggregates 140,000.
TO e a a v a a 1 fnuususu AMD bHiP
I at saliva Uruiuu yululus rsuovas lbs cauM
OVER A MINE.
Discovery That it Was There
MINISTERS WERE THEN IN SESSIOH
An Author and Suviril Profmors ArrnsN for
8ymptby With the Uolfr-rslty
Students m Wrsw.
I'iuis, March 111. -The committee
of Kussian mah-..nieiil -lutes that a
mine has been dleDOvWed beueelli the
palace of the rar at Tarkomaelo.
where the council of the ministers was
held on Saturday to consider the
grievance oi the nniversitv students
and the lawless conditions arising
therefrom, be committee -tate- that
several prominent persons are accussed
of implication in the pint.
Warsaw March 10, Mainitu QoMkli
.in author, and snveral professor of
the I'mversitv of Warsaw have l.een
arrested for expressing svuipalhv with
IMIOkll S hi l iVNWI NT.
Preildent Madley ot Yale Speaks
University of California.
San Iram isco. March M, -"Charter
lav" wn- celehrattsl, the thirtv-third
anuiver-att of the fi imding of the Tin.
versitv ol CelifornUi The oration was
delivered bv rresideut lladievol Yah,
w hose subject was 1 M mveriiment hv
I'nbl ic I IplnloDi "
frealdenl Hedleji mM li part:
" I'here are I WO tl nes ol deinis'ratic
government the unlit idealistic, which
rid it s on the self interest of the various
citizens acting iinlcpcmlcntlv, and the
socialistic, wllich relies milinlv Of lht
Votes of thiine ell liens act mg as a ImhIv.
Neither ha- proved wholl) satisfactory.
Self interesl being inatleipiate sup.
sirt lor hi ideal and moral order, and
over legislation an evil worse than
that which it undertakes to cure, we
must go back to the true principle of
sell government government bastsl on
public sentiment. This is a phrase
which is oflefl Used but general iV mis
understood, Whenever a large MMDef
of people want a thing, we hear it said
that there m a public sentiment in its
favor. This is not necessarily true.
Bven the hut that a majority may he
willing to tote tor a measure diss not
PfOVe that it has this basis. the de
sire may 1st the outcome of a w ide
spread penMMMtl interesl.
Much, though not all, of the objec
tion to trust- is bastsl on Uni fact that
the critics do not own themselves at
the wrong end of certain transactions
instead ol at the right end. If a man
really believes that a trust is a bad
thing and would refuse to coniitemiiii e
Its pursuits, if he were their
benencierv, in can call his oppaeittoe
lo them hv the honorable title of
ii ll ic spirit. And it mav Ih addtsl
that st oi th" actual reform in trust
abuses has I .con thus made from out
able bv the -ell resat't ot their own
The social and sditical instinct ol
inaininl is so strong that people are
led under its instruction to do things
which are against their own -rsnual
convene in i- and even against their
own nib-rest, in order b subserve the
needs ol the . oiioniiiiily . I'uhlic eehti
Ineiil in the name given In tlie feeling
which gives elicit to these VI rt Ilea ol
she Intended lu Scare Him.
Memphis, I .-in, , March Lii. - A. W.
Ilogan, a i mminent broker, high 111
mm iciv, was lalaily shot last niglit in
the apart uieiils of Dorll Noble, after
conducting Ins wife ami daughter to
tbe theater. The woman savs she only
Intended to tnghteu him. The alfair
is the sensation of the day.
Mure 1 r. Mime at Marseilles.
Mar-eilles, March M. Iheshlpown
ers refuse to submit the dis k lahorers'
dispute lo arbitration It ia feared
that rioting will be resumed, ami .that
It will rage mure tiercel v than hereto
fore. A carload ol Khortttofn cattle, from
the Wingville stuck lariu of lien.
Chandler, were shipiitsl recently iroiu
MBel City to Miohoiuish, Washington,
having laten sold at an average priei
of fi'u ar head.
" Bardwi ll, K . wheru 1 live, is in the ex.
in me an tern pert of the Htau- and uniye
h w unit", Ir on t alio,
111 , where the OUa
inpthe mi" Um Me
niiuitipi Uivtr It ' ay
be tuat lli.oat lioiiblee
are min " I" N he-
1 bum of Iota-
w bait vvr the
renaue 1 tmd
a w let to eoo
slaull kn pa
Al Li I 1 ftef.
loi t '. inaUaap
te n un hand.
It l.-i the beat
thing 1 ever
. on. across
Lu OOOfba. colils ami llnoai tioitbles, and
1 liavtt ustal it in my family KM cars. No
diuggist lu re can be depenoeil upon lu have
it always, ao I am writing this It-tier lo W.
H Hooker . Co.. ggO Uruadwuy. N. Y , to
order a doxcii bottles al a tune My wile ia
bothered latelj elth ewe throat end dlftViult
breathing, but iut as msjn a the down hot-
ties gtsl litre, I will give her a fsw doses, and
she w ill n itainly be well again. I expect to
vrite another letter In a snort time saymg
my wile is cured, lor 1 feel abaolulely sure it
is what she iietxls." (Higued) T. A Waiia.
Holt! atiAVe., ouu. andl a bottle, tlirt,iigli.u
tlie United States and Canada : and in Kug
land, at In Sd . Its 3d , i d b yuu ary not
aatisll.d aiUtr buying, return Ills bottle to
four druggist, and get your uiuusy Uac.
uv auitftWM AW efceWeWeB. .. -
W. U. UoUkX CO.,
euiil tii SruuS afoilowaa, fatiJialuu, One.