The West. (Florence, Lane County, Or.) 1890-1921, April 23, 1897, Image 4

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TLo W h a lin g In d u str y .
X lu.Jeal A frican W arrio rs.
The trials anil tribnlatious e»f »ho
w h a ln g industry defy the meager jns-
♦ ice whirl) the rescnrees of a single par­
agraph affordn. A volume might cover
the wi: jcct. The difficulty »lou t w hal­
ing is the uncertainty of whales. These
•itauininla decline to he regulated by any
signal M-rv cfe reporter and refuse in
their migrations to resjiect prccident or
the ambitious of the arctic oil works.
The const (picni c is a skipper maycruiso
the northern latitudes, trying conclu­
sions with icebergs and polar bears, en­
dangering life ami limb in a mangy old
tali, encountering the perils of storm,
wave and Eskimo, and all without sight­
ing aopont orcapturing a yard Of whale-
Uitic. I listened recently to the mourn­
ful reminiscences of Captain Green, a
hardy mariner of much experience, who
after mauy years of laboring at the oil
industry retired to a raisin ranch at
Fresno. Owing to the decline of raisins,
however, ho took to the ocean again,
onirijwil a vi aael und sailed into the lat-
inidcs of winter. There he found an an­
tique steam whaler, the Reindeer, and
for two long and weary years they have
kept each other company in the close
knit sisterhood of misfortune. Once dur­
in g the second year they sighted a
whale, and Captain Green encompassed
its capture. A bowlicad it was, and no
grout priw. Tiring of cold, salt and ill
'nek, the twain decided at last to go
south for rest and provisions. They
starti <1 together, when something broke
on the Reindeer, and she was condemn­
ed to delay until the damage m ight be
repaired. How the gallant skipper
cursed iho misfortune which dotuined
him among the iceliergs! How he railed
nt fate! Two days later a school of
whales hove in sight. The captain and
rrev; dashed upon them und in four
horns laid killed a dozen giants, which
meant nf ruling prices at leust $00,000
worth of whalebones. However, it often
happens in the arctic, as in the world,
that tin: darkest moment of misfortune
Js the dusk that preceded the advent cf
prosperity.—San Francisco Wuvo.
Risawa volunteered to «end two meu
with me to KuRcmbi’s; did not suggest
any p a y ; told off two of bis young w ar­
riors and gave them instructions. They
clapped their bunds after each sentence
to signify their acceptance of hia in-
(tractions. Two others have como of
their own accord. The only baggage: of
one is tw o sticks, upon each of which
are threaded four dry rows of fruit,
which rattle. The youth owning this
property has long hair plaited into
ropes, which full to his neck and form
a screen to his eyes. Ho is constantly
keeping the rattle going and singing
(principally about me) in a most flat­
tering manner, in which performance
bis friend joins, but the latter confines
himself to singing. He lias other nse for
ids bauds, which carry two baskets full
t f manioc flour, a banghi pipe and spare
rattle*. For the first hour they stnid at
my heels. AU the time they kept up the
rattling and tinging and told me it was
what they camo for, and thut they
would thus entertain me until we reach­
ed Kasombi, four or Hvo days off. I
spoke to them firmly, but kindly; told
them their music was excellent, but
must be heard at a distance to be prop­
erly enjoyed. Tho distance I pointed out
was about ten miles awuy. Aly musi-.ul
friends took tho bint good natunully,
but at times they break out iuto their
boisterous entertainment.— “ Gluve la
tho Heart of Africa’’ in Century.
H o m in g P ig e o n s.
When pigeons were to lie sent back
and forth, it hu-'i been usual to keep two
icta, w ith thoir respective homes at
i ithcr eml of the course, and when they
have reached homes to carry them
luck to the places from which I hey are
to lie dispatched. An ingenious process
lias keen devised to ovi rcomo this diffi­
culty and cause llie birds to fly w ith
equal certainty in both directions. P i­
geons, for i xumple, whose home is in
.Paris ure confined for several days at
,Mt. Denis and fed there at a stutod hour
> very day w ith some favorite food which
is not given them at their real home.
They become in the course of time fa­
m iliar w ith their new home and its
choice dishes. When set at liberty, they
start oft at once fer P a lis without for­
getting the good things they enjeyed at
HL Denis. When they are to lie sent
back, they ure made to fast a little
w h ile, und lire then let loose at about
feeding tirao at St. Denis. They go
rhither, mid, when they have their own
w ay, tim e their going so as to bo there
nt the exact moment of feeding Uirdu
have thus been taught to fly hack and
forth r« guiltily Is tween places 30 miles
apart.— (1. Renaud in l ’upulur hcicuce
_ ______
•'M ade l a G e r m a n y .’»
Hl* 111«*.
•T wnnt to see Mr. Yerkeo,” he de­
clared as he entered tho North Side of-
fleo of tbo street railway magnate.
“ Mr. Yerkes is very busy just now, ’’
answered (lie clerk.
“ Yes, but this is cf tlie greutest im ­
portance. I have an idea that in a cer­
tain contingency w ill add thousands of
dollars to the revenues from bis busi­
“ Suppoao you tell mo about it .”
“ Well, I don’t know about th a t Yon
might steul the idea and get tho credit
for it. Then where would I be?”
'T h ere is no danger of th at.”
•T can't see Mr. Yerkes?”
“ Not today. ”
After a pause:
‘‘You « t ill to be opretty honest look­
ing chap. I w ill tell you about it if you
w ill come over in Ibo corner and prom­
ise not to steal tho idea. ”
The conditions having been complied
with, the stranger unfolded his scheme.
‘‘You know those tuuui Is undor the
river which are used by tho cars?”
“ Yes; what of them?”
‘‘Well, my idea is exactly this: If a
cyclone should strike Chicago, there
wouldn't be uny oilier plaeo where tbo
people could go and be safe. If there
should be a cyclone, Mr. Yerkes could
rbargu the people admission to go in the
tunnel and stay until it wua over.” —
Cbicugo Tiiues-llurakl.
T h . C h r istia n A ttitu d e o f I'rayer.
The commonly received Christian at­
titude of prayer, with bended knees and
the palms of the bunds brought together,
is simply enibloiuntie of abject submis­
sion. The bauds thus placed cannot be
used in defenso.
They simply say
“ Don't strike,” jnst as the thrown up
bunds of the unarmed horseman on the
pluins say "Don’t shootl” to approach­
ing suvuges or outlaws. If to the kneel­
ing attitude is udded a head thrown for­
ward, w ith eyes on the ground, tho sug­
gestion of ahjectnesa is completo. For
tho opposite idefl tuko the classic figure
of tho “ Praying Boy" in tiio long gal­
lery at the Museum of Fiuo Arts. He
illustrates the psguu attitude. He stands
st the utmost height of his young mull-
hood and looks straight up to tho sky,
his arms are sent straight upward, too,
anil his extended palms secui to be tuk-
ing trustfully the good things that tho
gods send. There is much that is beau­
tiful—nothiug abject or «cared or cowod
about i t The praying pagan boy seems
lo represent bettir the spirit of Chris­
tianity than does the kneeling monk
with the bony, clasped bauds.— Boston
Smoking Tobacco
W. T BIAcfcmt, A ÎÎ
— «rxü.w.i U v a - ,,J
A lawyer who was engaged in settling
op tho affairs of an estate was some­
what worried over tho loss of certain
letters and papers.
The deceased bad been u careless per­
son, and be bad m islaid several docu­
ments that were of importance to bis
heirs. Having been called away from
this earth on a hasty summons, bn had
lot given the lawyer uny instructions
I eforehand.
The lawyer hud a helpful friend who
believed in cluirvoyancy and second
lig h t Tliis friend went to a woman
who was the seventh daughter of u Rev •
inth daughter, and who could reud tho
itars at sight, and told her of the law ­
yers search for the papers.
The clairvoyant or fortune teller, or
whatever she may have been, went to
seo the lawyer.
Tbo lawyer was skeptical. I really
beliovo I cun find these papers for you, ”
said she. “ If you care to employ mo I
shall ut least endeavor to find them. A
few weeks ago I found a lost w ill for a
fuiuiiy on the north sid e.”
“ You really think you can find these
*‘I am quite suro of it .”
"You go uheud and find thorn, and
I’ll pay you liberally.”
“ But I must receive every assistance
from you and tho relatives of tlio de­
parted. I must bo taken to his home and
pat in sympathy with bis former sur­
roundings. ”
“ Not much. I ’ll not go to all that
trouble. I think you’re a fraud. ”
Tbo woman gave him a stony stare
and swept out of the room.
About flvo minutes later she re-enter­
ed tho office. She uppeared to bo agi­
tated. “ Excuse me for coming buck,”
she suid, “ but did I leave a small bluek
bag in here? I wouldn’t lose it for the
world. ”
“ I haveu” t seen it. You don’t re­
member where you left it?”
*T can’t imugiiic. ”
“ That hadn't ought to worry you. If
you can find papers thut have been miss­
ing six mouths, you hadn't ought to
I have any difficulty In finding u handbag
that was lost ten minutes ago.”
“ You are positively insulting,” saiu
I tho seventh daughter of the seventh
daughter, and then sho left him forever.
—Chicago Record.
Blackwell’s Genuine
f i nd
1 he
You will And on« coupon tn«td« each t oancr biuc *n<1 -wo ’ouuons inside »neb 4 uunoe bn<
' *t batt.
tbc coupoo and aae now «»
your iu<rv >i lijo.vAk» in prea«nt*.
an d
S oid
W ith
One two story house iu Florence with lot a
heated by furuace.
Water handy.
155 feet.
- K t
moms besides basement
for S1100.
One house with lot 50 x 142 and blacksmith shop with lot.
House is well finished.
for $900.
Only blacksmith shop in Flormce.
Blacksmith shop sold separately if desired.
One quarter section of land, heavily timbered 2J mib - fron
and post office and 2 miles from school lion
F >r 53 »•
One hundred and sixty acres of Agricultural land 12 mil
S c ie n tific A m e ric a n .
Florence for 8300.
Nuui who are engaged in any of tho mechanical
pursuitc can succeed without reading and
studying this standard Magazine of Sciences
and iiit cluinicu! zxrtw.
It is illustrated with
all modern cuts of latest invention» iu all
the branches of mechnuism. and its fund of
Terrible Explosion.
l i e W am th e F ir s t P r e u ld en tia l C an d id ate
to E m p lo y a I'reiM» A g e n t.
knowledge i.- inseparably cnnni'ctcd with in­
ventors an.
'anti win»
Wr.»T at »‘Bibbing rates.
The Burning Fluid Falls all Over Mrs. Nora E. Hill.
She is Fearfully Burned-Inhales the Flames
and is Seriously Injured, but Proper
Medical Treatment Saved Her Life.
Apparent.y one < t the chief results of
the idiotic “ made in Germany" act is
to render importers of foregin goods
specially anxious to pa-s t l.i niselves off
ns British manufacturers, says Ixiuilou
Truth. Hero is n good i xnmplc: The
label round a matchbox extensively sold
in London and the provinces 1« arsa sort
of trademark in the shape of a sailor’s
bead, w ith the le g e n d '’England'« he­
roes” mid the follow ing inscription in
red and black letters:
"Manufactured by Martin Harris &
d o., Ltd., Htratford, Isuidon, E.
“ Support English Workpeople! only
by using English made m atches.”
This onvirs tim e sides of the box.
W it o f a S rotoh E uuatlo.
Tlw fourth is covered by n piece of
Thin lunutic asylum story comes from
paneled pape r to strike the mate lies on.
Remove Ibis pu|* r and you find under­ Glasgow: Two councilors of thut city
lie ath the further and still me ire interest­ vrero taken over a large asylum the other
ing notification, “ Printed in Germany.” day by one of the patient«, u safe man.
He huil led them to a room to display a
view from a window, when some one
H ow l lo A n sw er e d Thru».
A w ell known urtist reccivid not long shut the door, with it« self acting lock,
ago u circular 1< tie r from a l usiness and tlie three men were prisoner«. The
house i ngagod in the' sale of California patient alone preserved his composure.
dried trait, inviting him to compete for While the councilor» clamored to bo re-
it priwi lo 1 e give n for the best nesigli to leaned he remarked:
“ if I were you, I would be quirt. ”
Is) ins'll in advertising their wares.
No help oomiug, tho councilor» grew
Only one prize was t o lo given, and all
iinswcorsMfnl i.rawiiip» were to brcoiM desperate. Beads of perspiration stood
tie - property i1 tin- fm it n.en. A! ter read- on their brows, uml they fairly veiled.
“ If I were you,” repeated the path'nt
jug the ciie nlsr the artist sat <'.i wu and
■ootbiiigly, "I would keep quint.”
wrote tlio follow ing letter:
T h e G lam ou r o f Illntan ce.
“ But w e’ro uo d a ft,” pleaded one of
T b o ----- — P ried b ru it l'i'inpau,v:
It is laughable bow the consuls of the
(JKS'll MH.K - I in-1 •><*' rliis II prize Ilf 50 r e n t. the visitor».
fo r His b e lt n ie c liu .iio f d riisl fruit m d should
“ lloot* unui, that's wbut I «aid maael' different nations in Africa, Asin und
tu k-lml to h a m yeiu In k . tsirt III III. eximpe t i­ wbeu I w iu briK'bt iu l" — New York
Mouth America ure frequently criticised
tion. T » n l» e di ie ii boxi-Ruf each k in d u f fr a il
by their papers at home for not licing
s i I m i l l t ie S i l l fo r I xmiilnnltein, mul rill fruit Tribune.
th at !< rut I.djui «1-1 w orthy of Ito |>rl»o w ill
more assiduous in looking after the
L abor wud W r a ith .
ii .-. In lln property o f th e under» li'ned. II I.
' commercial interests of their countries,
iailior in «min form is ibo means by
. , , i .,1110-11 t i l l lire • i n n s « ellliri.-m oil the
fr u i: ifu r w sr e o d L upoid by tkuaouarr. Very which the true wealth of a nation ia in- ami how they arc bidden to take pattern
by the representatives i f other uatious.
t.-nl J*,
— —
i rcased, und it ought to bo the mean«
, Thus the British trade papers bold the
uaed to ineraaae ttio wealth of any indi­
vidual. The varieties of lnboruroso tiu- German nnd United States consuls up
A Pilgrim«
aieruus that every healthy man and Is admirable examples, aud the United
,n inspi c to r c f «cb<x»li* wim one dny vouian ran choose from among them, ita tes and Geimuuy go into ruptarci
niniiix J* class < f village school cbil- but to try to obtain money, much or over the faithful mid f t i rg( tie conduct
i, and ho »kv«l lln in what wan little, without rendering in som eway a nf the British«rs. And so it goes i u.—
lit liv a pilgrim. A boy nliswered, fair «luivuleut for it is to live a life of - N iw York Merchants' Review.
man wliat trutel» tram one place to dependence, which is equally disgrace­
Sing Ming*« l A vnrltr H ook.
tin r. ” ’ll» ' iu s p i t« r, withelaborato ful under wbutevir guise it may seek U>
There is a toueln f pnthes iti the state-
<1X0, l.oning to i luciilafe int«lli bide itself. —New York Ledger.
incut that the look most frequently
s', sain: "W ell, to t I am a r.iun
called for iu tho library of Sing Sing
M rrtaat L a * .
travels from cue place to anotls r.
It w ill sniprl»’ iiumt people to know prison is t hurles Renne'» “ Never Too
I a pilgrim ?” M eieupi n the l< y
uptly exclaimed, “ Oh, but please, that there is un English law to punish Laie to Mend.” The same author’s
I meant a good man!" I may nicn- servant» who invite their friends into “ Pul Yourself In His Place” holds the no on ■ enjoyed that cheerful tin ir muster»' bouses, it seems tho in ­ leeoud place in popularity with thé in­
more than the inspector him self It truder* run tie charged with being "sus­ mates i f the i risou.
o him merry for day«.— N ew York pected person»,” and the servant wlio
admits them with aiding and abetting
them .— I. udon Quota.
or women to travel for re­
The first spelling l>ook printed iu this
tic D ick— Papa. '»Mu t you tell
country was entitled “ The Amtriean sponsible established house in Oregon,
na w c must economi«'?
Spelling Book," by Koch W eister it Salary »780 and expenses. Vosition
m—I did. my «ou-
was issued in It8>, and for considerably jariiiiineiit. Reference. Endose rdf-
tin D .ck— Well, I was thin! in that
more than I.. H a 1 ‘ ' ,,,x
-“b addressed »tani|>ed envelope.
r if y o u ’d g> t me a i«>t:y 1 v rn • u ’t srd w .rk nsol m a.. A u a tk a u «. .(*«•
National, Star Insurance Itldg., Chicago.
out m i mauy «hoc*—Uoed Nvw*.
- i i
Phe H int G iven to a S e v e n th D a u g h ter o l
a S e v e n th D a u g h ter .
“ Generul Butler originated tbo em­
ployment und coined tbo term of press
ugeut at political headquarter»,” ro-
marked a geutlemuu who bus given
ninny years to the consideration of ac­
tive politics. “ During bis campaign for
tbo presidency on tbo labor ticket lie
noticed that the representatives of
the newspapers gave but littlo utteu-
tion to the labor ticket headquarters.
Ho decided that this should not contin­
ue Bailey, the circus man, who was a
friend of General Butler, look some in ­
terest in bis campaign, and General
Butler spoke to him of tho neglect of
the newspapers. ‘Do as wo do,' replied
Bailey, ‘and biro men to tuko yonr staff
to the pupers — we call them press
agents, though you can call them any-
thing else. '
"The idea wus adopted immediately
and Bailey wus asked to spare one of
his press agents for a couple of mouths,
whicii he consented to do, and sent Ma­
jor Hugh Coyle, who resides in this city
during tho off circus season, to report
to Gen« ral Butler. Coyle was therefore
tho first political press agent employed
us such. He took hold of the Butler
boom and played it for all it was worth,
and ran the eauipuign on regular circus
principles. He bad a man three nr fonr
days ubead of tbo general, whose duty
it was to nrguuizu Butler clubs iu caso
there was not any or where the club
wus mi insignificant affair.
"The clubs were organized ou the
principles and in the snmc way thut
armies, villagers and ballets nre secured
for tlientrieul or circus representations
—that is, hired for tho time they were
occupied iti making tho parade. The
uniforms, banners, flags, drums, trans­
parencies mid other parupbernuliaof po­
litical elubs were owned by General
Butler, and, like a circus tent, were sent
to the city where they were to lie used one
or two days iu advance. There is hardly
■my political organisation these days
which does not have a press agent, but
i there are few of them who w ill ever
compare with Hugh Coyle, for lie com ­
bined Rreut experience w ith in telli­
gence and was a manager iu every
sense."— Washington Star.
very best
'»AH M
Desirable ★
Stars in ★
is the
Thi.- luonthly magazine in one of tUr vet
bent priutctl in this country, and it* r.oi,
to all subacribeiu at rates within th
JVnm <’ie Chronielet ChienffO, 2ÌL
Perhaps in no Mia ss yst recorded
efficiency of » popular remedy been found
so clesrly ss In that of Mr». Nora E. H ill.
W h ile her condition, caused by a frightful
sad distressing accident, place, her beyond
the pale of perfect recovery, .he has received
such marked relief tlint the story o f the ac­
cident aud the sufferings resulting from it,
w ill be o f more than ordinary interest to
thousands of invalids.
Mrs. Nora E. H ill, before September 1893,
w u « hale, hearty and strong woman, past
the middle age o f life.
She tells the following story:
“ Septemlier 1, 1893, while attending to
my duties shout the house, a gasoline stove
which I had used for sonic time, suddenly
exploded, throwing the burning fluid over
Before my elothes which were on fire
could be lorn off, my right nrm and hind
ware fearfully burned. This however, w u
aot my most serious injury, ss I had inhaled
some of the flames, and I found the inside of
my mouth blistered. My hand and arm io
the c I I hiw were burned to the lioue, and my
hysieian believed amputation necessary,
ut after weeks of great suffering, I was
apsred the operation, and I have fairly good
use Ilf my hand anil arm now.
"S h ortly after the process of healing of
arm and hand, uiy stomach cotuiaeneed to
give me trouble. 1 did not then realize uhat
it meant. After each meal I was seired
with a cramping sensation, and thru in a
few days there were frightful pains, which
threw me into elammy perspiration.
eight months I was under the care of my
physician, battling hard with death. I had
lost 93 pounds, was becoming a mere akclc-
ton, niy appetite w u gone, and my nervous
system completely shattered.
“ I lost rouftilenee in everything, was
totally discouraged, and determined io go to
my film ier home, Grand Rapids, Michigan,
and hare my old physician make an exami­
nation of my eon lition
H e did an and
found that gastric ulcers of the stomach had
formed, which he aahi were iix-uralde, and
were liable to produce cancer at any time
W h ile in Grand Rapids the ulcer» which
had formed in the stomach broke, which
prodaced vomiting of laree q'lantities of
blood and pus. This confined me to a siek
bet fi»r several weeks. When I became
sufficiently string to get up I came hack
here to die, as the doctor told me 1 might
last one week, possibly one month.
But I
determine! to make as strong a figl” as I
eoohl and get all tha metical aid there was
in Chicago.
“ I was takrn
aw a class o f one of the
m ist noted and celelwatel medical colleges
here for examination. This examination
prove! what my phvdelan in Geoid Rapids
told me ai th re w»eo gastric ulcers ol
the stomum. The opinion of »he college
physicians was that my chance« of a core
were not one In one ih on ssn l. This was in
May 1«fM: iu J« ie I w s taken down with
gastrin fever, cans - I hv fresh ule-ys forming,
ami I lay lu bed nine week«. From .Tnneto
September In that year 1 also suffered ad.
ditionally from thirtT abscesses forming on
a n arms an I shoulder«, pn«lured hv the con.
dltiou of th» siomach and blood rircnlation.
After this I got a little better, and thia im ­
provement la«’ " ! »'living th» fr)| H.,,t winter
till J.m 't irv I* '* ', when I had arntheg «ivge
o f ptatr»' fever. I took a greet manv tlrwe«
o n l opiates under the physicians directions
I im
during all this time, which had the efioct of
completely upsettiug my stomach aud nerv­
ous system.
“ From January to Ju ly 1895, 1 suffered
frightful agonies, resultn g from the troulds
in my atomach, and w u ugaut thrown iuto
gastric fever, which kept me in bed three
“ A rear ago last October 1 eommeneed to
take P r. W illiam s’ Fink r ills tor 1 si«
People. A fter I hud taken t« n boxes they
broke the ga-tric lever and »miblid me to
get up.
I found also that they gave bio
strength, and my appetite came hack. I
found that I lo u lii digest the food I ale, and
the pains disappear««!.
I also noticed that
1 became le>s nervous; In fact my general
condition improved very much.
“ The tolloning March (in 1896) I w u
again troubled with the aliaeesaer hut to a
mueli less d c ree than formerly. Thia w u
due to the efficiency of the n ilh , which un­
doubtedly had brought my blood lo a much
better condition. I w ant to explain here that
the doctor* said that tlie cause of the appear­
ance of at .cesses w u due to the ulcerated
rendition ot the stomach, which vitiated th«
blood t h m gh my entire FysHin.
“ The pills have allayed my nervousnoea,
they are pulling my I h od into belter condi­
tion, they have elearrd n y brain, and have
given me an appeti'e which 1 can gratify by
rating liuht food without ranting the terrible
puin which form«rly almoot (.rove me insane.
The pilla are doing for me more than any
medical aid 1 have ever received, and they
have atoppid m y Buttering to a very grvat
I do not think nor do I expect
that they w ill cure me, herense all physiciane
are agrced who hove examined n e that it is
impouible. Past experience however has
shown me that they w ill to a (real extent
make my 1'fa I earable.
This I b»lieve it
doing wot dera, at d I feel that i f they have
done this niurh f ir me. there must hv n any
people who are sufiermg whom they can
surely cnee.
' I was horn and raised in Michigan, «ml
fame to Chicago »ome ten year« ago. I
know quite a rn m te r of people on the west
side, and have told them of the marvelous
i relief 1 have gained by taking P r. \ \ ¡Hiatus*
Pink Pills for Pule People; and i f any one
should lik e to hear more of the details ot
my snfiering and m ire of the details ol
the relief rained by the Fink Fillo, 1 shall h«
glad to have them call at my home, «« W al­
nut Street. Chicago.
Mss. Nogs E. H tu.“
Fuh-iritwd aud sworn to befort me thi«
twelfth day of Japnarv. 189?.
A. F. P cit’ MAV, Salary
The proprietors of Pr. W illiam s' F ink Fills
for Pal. People state that they are not a latent
medicine I u’ a prescription u.wxl for many
years l.y ai rm inert practitioner who p rn d io d
the most wonderful result« with th» m. rnrfng
all forma of w e.kre-a anting fr. m a watery
condition o f the blood or si attrred nerve«, two
fruitful reuses of .Imran every ill to whirb
flesh is beir.
The pills arc also a specific fee
the troubles peculiar to ft n a lea. w i h ss »up-
pee*«iop«, slll'. n r . n f w erkrew . ehropie ml-
et¡put‘op t e o n rr down peire. etc., and in the
, ease of men w ill give speed» relief and efleet a
; permanert c»we in all ca«es arb in r fr. in men­
ial worrv overwork or nra-se- ,d rh s te v e t
natnre They rre entirely la im le -s ro d e.u
ho given to weak ai d sh klv children with
the greatest greet and without the olightist
dancer. Pink Fills are so'd by all dialers,
or w ill he lent p-wt |u»id on rrevipt o f prirc
(50 cents a N n . or «ix boxes for f2.W _they
am oever «old in hoik nr l y the p c h i . i i
dressing Pr. W illiam s' Mcdicin* I'o c p a n r.
Schenectady, S . Y.
ability of all to pay.
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T hey master us and force us into the sn. .
Where like gladiators, we must . J-i
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