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Willie Anticipated Trouble.
"Mamma," said five year old Wil
lie, "I wish you would not leave me
alone with the baby when yon go out
this afternoon." -
"Why not, Willie?" queried his
"Because I'm afraid I'll have to
eat all the cakes and jam in the closet
just to please her. "
"I hear that you have been laid up
with nervous prostration. What was
. the matter overwork or worry?" '
"Not exactly; the. fact is, I tried
to have a photograph' taken that
suited my wife."
One Indian Tribe Increasing.
The Penobscot tribe of Indians,
which numbered 240 in loOU, is now
about 400 strong. Maine appro
priates annually $8,000 for their
' Room for Improvement
"Say," remarked the impatient
passenger, who was traveling on busi
ness in the South, "is this the fastest
train you have down here?" '.
"Yes, suh," replied the conductor,
proudly, "this is the Southwestern
limited, suh." -
"Well, your company ought to
raise the limit, that's all."
One Strong Reason.
Magistrate The assault you have
committed on your poor wife is a most
brutal one. Do you. know of any
reason why I should not send you to
Prisoner If you do, your honor, it
will break up our honeymoon.
' , ' Lesson L ,
"What do the Filipinos appear to
learn most easily in connection with
our civilizaion?" asked the eager
Without hesitation the strategist
"The value of money. "
Million! for Baseball.
A million of dollars are scent every Tear
upon the game of baseball, ont large as this
sum is. it cannot begin to equal the amount
spent bv people in search of health. There
is a sure method of obtaining strength.
and it is not a costly one. We urge those
who have spent much and lost hope to try
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It strength
ens the stomach, makes digestion easy and
natural, ana cures dyspepsia, constipation,
Dinousuess ana weaK moneys.
Cause for Rejoicing.
"How pretty and clever you
mamma," exclaimed little Edith
"Do you really think so ,my dear,'
replied her mother.
"Course I do," replied Edith, "and
1 m awtui glad you married into our
Tells of a Thrilling Experience
in the Civil War and How
a Newspaper Article
Saved His Life.
From the Eeacon, Leonardstoum, Md.
Many veterans of the rebellion can
recall incidents as thriling as the cav
alry charge in which the narrator of
the following experience nearly lost
his life, and, unfortunately, many of
the old soldiers have disabilities that
are unpleasant reminders of their days
in the army. To all such this story
will have a peculiar interest and may
show the way. to restore health,
strength and energy. Mr. William H.
Whiting, of Mt. Holly, Va., says:
"When the Civil war began I was
living in Buffalo and there I joined
Co. F, of the Tenth New York Caval
ry. In 1863, while serving with my
company, I received a sabre cut that
caused paralysis. For eight months
I was obliged to lie in the hospital at
Washington, D. C. I afterwards
tried many doctors, but the paralysis
remained as bad as ever. I suffered
from chills and my general health
was not good.
"This continued until about eight
years ago when I read in a newspaper
of the cures effected by Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Pale People. I began
taking the pills and soon found they
were doing me good. In six months'
time I was completely cured. The
paralysis has not returned and I never
have the chills now. My general
health is also better than when I be
gan taking Pink Pills for Pale People.
I alway keep them with me and, in
the eight years that have passed since
I first took them, I have ' never had
occassion to call on a doctor.
"I have recommended Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills to many people, and
good results have always foMowed
t heir use "
Signed, ' WILLIAM H. WHITING.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 14th day of January, 1901,
John L. Beale,
Seal ..Notary Public.
Dr. Williams Pink Pills for Pale
People are sold by all dealers, or will
be sent postpaid on receipt of price,
'50 cents a box, or six boxes for $2.50
(they are never sold by the bulk or by
the hundred) by addressing Dr. Wil
liams Medicine Company, Schen
ectady, N. Y. - . -
Not at Present
"Have you any sodding you want
done this spring?" asked a colored
man of a mean Central Avenue resi
dent. "Not at present. My mother-in-law's
health is first class."
This aignature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablet
tha raudr that ewres cold In oat day
Root's Law Studies Delayed.
Elihu Boot, secretary of war, made
np his mind when he was 10 years old
to be a lawyer, but com bination ol
circumstances made it impossible for '
him to take up the study of the law1
until he was over 21 years of age.
T. i cuRfcs wheb! all use fails! tjT
I I Best Coogta Syrup. Tutea Good. tto 1
In time. Soll hT drpgglata. Ir-l .
God's Comforts. God's comforts ara
the first whispers of undying peace.
Rev. E. Burk, Episcopalian, Philadel
phia, Pa. -
Money. It is not money that Is the
root of all evil; it is the love of it to
the exclusion of holy thoughts. Rev.
, E. Rife, Evangelical, Akron, Ohio. .
The Widow's Mite. The widow'"
mite stands for the small gifts which
those in humble circumstances may of
fer to God and man. Eev. Dr. Eaton,
Unlversalist, New York City.
Story of Creation. The very first fact
which the story of creation sets forth
is this: God is man's friend. He plana
for .man. He provides for man. Rev.
D. Greez. Presbyterian. Brooklyn. N. Y.
The Universal Law. It is difficult for
as to conceive of an immutable being,
or even of an immutable condition, for
we live in a realm in which change Is
the universal law. Rev. J. R. Boyle,
Methodist, Philadelphia, Pa.
Resurrection of Christ. Nothing Is
more vital to the validity or, unns
tianlty than the resurrection of Christ
It is the crowning evidence of the di
vinity and authority of our Lord. Rev.
Geo. P. Perry, Baptist, Troy, N. Y.
Character. Character possesses a
charm for only those who seek It, and
is the priceless jewel of heroic souls,
who care for no approbation but that
of the law, conscience and God. Rev.
C. P. Smith, Methodist, Minden, La.
Figure of God. Every man, through
his imagination, paints his own figure
of God. Plato gives his own image of
God, and then there is the Bible's idea
of God. Rev. Dr. Newell Dwight
Hlllls, Congregationalist, Brooklyn,
. Predestined Some are willing to
make any sacrifice for God and the
word of God. They are ever prepared
to run their course righteously. They,
and they alone, are predestined. Rev.
B. Magevney, R. C, San Francisco,
California. - r
Socialism. Socialism will '- reject
Christianity and give a real faith which
the infidel church has denied. By. re
jecting the church it will liberate the
real spirit of Jesus,, which will defy
mankind. Rev. Geo. D. Herron, - So-
lialist, Brooklyn, N. Y.
The Spiritual World. The knowledge
f the spiritual world which Jesus
Christ has Imparted to mankind ex
ceeds that of Moses as much as the
light of the noonday sun exceeds that
if the flickering lamp. Cardinal Gib-
bons, Roman Catholic, Baltimore, Md.
Christian - Science. Christian Sci
ence not only embodies the healing and
regenerative methods of the Christian
Ity of Christ, but represents also, the
highest attainments of modern meta
physical or psychical practlce.-M3arol
Norton, Christian Scientist, New York
A Statesman and a . Politician. A
statesman is one who thinks, plans and
works for the future good of his coun
try and countrymen, while the politi
cian Is concerned about present per
sonal and party advantage. Rev. R. V.
Hunter, Presbyterian, Indianapolis,
Immortal Life and Eternal Life. Je
sus makes a marked distinction De-
tween Immortal life and eternal life,
immortal life is to live on. Eternal
life is to live well, and when we have
the latter it Is difficult to make us doubt
the former. Rev. Dr. Mason; Univer
salis Chicago, I1L : ;
Test of a Christian. What Is the test
of a Christian but the fruits of his com
panionship with his Lord? Give us a
human Christ, who sympathizes with
as In our common tempta'tions, who
loves us, not the one who stands so far
above us, and we shall gain in our
knowledge of your Lord. Rev. C. M.
Sheldon, Baptist, Topeka, Kan.
Prayer. Uoa : nas ordained prayer
lust as truly as he has ordained labor,
and It is no more a thwarting of divine
law than that he should bring in the
harvest in response to the wise and in
telllgent labor of the husbandman. But
God's will in this regard was accom
plished by the faithful toil of human
hands. Rev. , Dr. Barrows, Oberlin,
Become as a Little Child. We must
onload the mind of traditions and es
tablish 4ruth. We must abandon fol
lies and establish facts. We must dis
card ritual and establish right ' We
must abolish custom and establish
Christ. Then we become as a little
ihlld, and of such Is the kingdom.
Rev. F. E. Mason, Spiritualist, Brook
lyn, N. Y. j : .vV:
Peace In the Church. If peace abides
in the church each member must be at
peace with God. "The peace of God,
which passeth all understanding" in
creases and blesses both the life of the
Individual and that of tire church, as
the conscience is enlightened by the
Living Word and its dictates are obey-
ed Rev. G. P. Rutledge, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania. . .
Conscience. Conscience in other
words, the moral sense is a natural
endowment a part of the organic con
stitution of man. . Not by any means
independent of reason, but rather de
pendent upon it, growing in clearness,
and In ethical authority as man in
creases in knowledge and power. Eth
ical science now teaches not' so much
that man has conscience as that con
science has man. Rev. W. D. Slmonds,
Unitarian, Seattle, Wash.
A Bloodhound Man.
A bloodhound man, has been discover
ed by a German doctor; this is an indi
vidual whose sense of smell is no keen
that he can recognize his friends at
distance of several feet, and when he is
blindfold. One scieritifle fact resulting
from this highly developed sense Is
that all the members of a. family have
a characteristic : odor, and that. each
family has Its distinctive odor.
A dentist says that a woman loses
her teeth sooner than a man. Probably
she wears them out with her tongue,
Avoid Norvoum Prostration
If you are dangerously sick what ia
the first duty of your physician ? He
quiets the nervous system, lie deadens
the pain, and yon sleep well.
You ought to know that when you
ceased to be regular in your courses,
grow irritable without cause, and
pass sleepless nights, there is seriou
trouble somewhere, and nervous pros
tration is sure to lol low.
You oug-ht to know that indigestion.
exhaustion, womb displacements,
fainting, dizziness, headache, and
backache send the nerves wild with
affright, and you cannot sleep. .
Mrs. Hartley, of 821 W. Congress St.,
Chicago. 111., whose portrait we pub
lish, suffered all these agonies, and
was entirely cured by Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound ; her case
should be a warning to others, and
her cure carry conviction to the raiTijla
of every suffering woman of the un
failing efficiency of Lydia E. Plnkhama
Vegetable ix mpoiina.
Sacred Lily's Aliases.
Deception has even reached the dis
ciples of Flora. There has lately
been intrduced into the market a bulb
called "the sacred lily of the Nile.
The name is sufficiently catchy to
capture lovers of flowers. A gentle
man added one of the new flowers to
his, conservatory. Time passed and
up came the . plant, but when the
sacred "lily of the Nile" appeared he
found only an old, but Btill agreeable
friend in the homely narcissus..: , .
If you use the K. G. " toning solu
tion you will never be troubled with
faded prints. , 8 oz. bottle, 30 cents.
At all photographic supply dealers, or
Kirk, weary & Co.y 330 Butter St, S. if.
You are sure you can support my
daughter in the style to which she
has been accustomed?" asked . the
bure, Mike, answered our hero,
with the assurance of youth.
well I'm clad ot it. it s more
than Iian afford to any longer."
YOU KNOW WHAT YOtJ ARE TAKING
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic,
because the formula is plainly printed on every
bottle showing that it is simply Iron and Qui
nine in a tasteless form. No Cure, N Pay . soc.
Not Wholly Free.
"I see that the young Widow Ers-
kine has just put aside her mourning
habiliments, but she isn't gofhg out
any." - - -v..
Hasn t time. She has gone into
executive session to examine ' the
various proposals of marriage she has
received within a month. '
I do not believe Piso's Cure for Con
sumption has an equal for couerhs and
colds, Jons F. Boykb, Trinity Springs.
ind.T Jfeo. lo. 1H00. .
.Adversity's Round Robin.
"This is a cold world: a man can't
get a job unless he has a good suit of
"Well, that's logic."
"Logic? , He can't get a good suit
of clothes unless he has a job." -
Your Guide and Guard
Is the famous Oregon Blood Purifier,
tested and true. Use it now. -
Getting Rid of Him.
Her Beau If you'll be 'a good boy
I'll give you an Egyptian cigarette.
Hobby And may 1 smoke it?
His sister Yes, . Bobby; and, of
course, you know, gentlemen always
go into the library to smoke.
StoamthM Cough and
Work Off tha Gold.
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a cold in
one day. No cure, No Fay. Price 25 cents.
"And when he proposed did you
tell him to see me?" .inquired her
"I did, and he said he had seen you
several times, but that he loved me
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Sooth
ing; Syrup the best remedy to use lor their
children daring the teething period.
The Real Thing. -
First Dog Look a "bit thin, do I?
So'd you, if your master was a poster
artist, and had got you in training aSi
a model for his new poster of a dog1
. 1 . .... t.. . . . -r. . t
that wasn't fed on Fillemup's Patent
! - THE BEST
IN THE WORLD
BEARl THIS TBAPC MARK
THOUGH OFTEN IfflTATECt
IT HA5 NO EQUAL
CATALOGUE. TBtl -
ftMewuK rut u'Nc'or iakmcnts anb him.
A.W.T0W.R CO., BOSTON, MASS. 44
x. r. h. u.
So. 23 ISOl.
WUEN writing to advert is r please
mention this paper.
; Felt tike a Minister.
" "Were you ever taken for a minis
ter?" asked the soubrette.
"No," said the leading man with
the spiritual face,"but I've been treat
ed like one."
'I have been sometimes compelled
to wait six or seven months for my
Something New in Mining.
He I saw your neighboor.
she Did you? what is be doing
He He's interested in one of those
wild cat mining schemes.
one The idea ! 1 never knew you
had to mine for wild cats.
No Race Problem.
"I never could make out why folks
is all the time worryin' deyse'f wid
what dey calls de 'race problem, ' "
said the old colored citizen. "I been
roun' heah sence de days I been bo'n,
en neither me ner my family hiz been
Eev. Dr. Gollie But how did you
manage to interest so many . in your
Mrs. Lureing Well, doctor, I find
that a card with "Dancing" on the
lower left band corner, seems almost
as attractive as the promise of future
They Hadn't Made Up. .
"Well," said he, anxious to patch
up their quarrel of yesterday, "aren't
you curious to know what's in the
"Not very," his wife, still unrelent
ing, replied, diffidently.
It's something for the one 1 love
best in all the world. "
"Ah, I suppose it's those suspenders
you said you needed. ..
Johnny's Modesty. ;
- Papa. Who is the smartest boy
your class at school?
Johnny Well, Willie Jones says
he is. . -
Papa But who do you say is?
Johnny I'd rather not say. You
see I'm not as conceited as Willie
Jones is. . ".. .
SlOO REWARD BIOO.
Tho readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease
hut. Rcienne has been able to cure in all its
cages, and that is catarrh. Hall'sCatarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional dis
ease, requires a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system, thereby destroying the founda
tion of the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution and
assisting nature in aoinsr -its wors:. ine pro
prietors have so much faith in its curative
do wen. that they offer One Hundred Dollars
lor any case that it fails to cure. Send for list
of testimonials. Address -
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0,
oia ty aruggists, oc.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Mrs. Flatbush Mrs. Daubchina
so artistic ! Whenever she refers to
art it is with a big A.
Flatbush Well, her husband
different from her. He generally
fers to art with a big D.
Student of Humanity.
The manager looked over the adver
tising man's work.
"I see you speak of our payment
plan, said he.
. "Yes sir." - -
".Make that word 'credit' instead of
'payment.' It is more attractive."
"How do you -pass the time?" in
quired the city visitor of the friend
who had moved to the country.
"I don 't pass it, " replied the lady
who could always find something to
do ;" "it passes me. " .
TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative liromo Quinine Tablets. All
lruggists refund the money if it fails to cure.
. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c..
Why He Said It.
Costigan Don't say you ain't done
nothin'. ,: .
Madigan And why not?
. Costigan Because that isn't good
. Madigan Faith, I'm glad to hejir
it, for by the powers, nayther am I.
The fascination of flashlight photo
graphy is greatly enhanced by one of
the new electric flash lamps. Costs
$1.50. At all dealers, or Kirk, Ueary
st u., aau sutter St., s. Cal. .
.Blobbs Why did she jilt you?
Slobbs She detected the odor of
beer on my breath.
"A prude,. eh?" - -.
"Not? at all, but there was another
fellow whose breath smelled of - cham
FIT0 FermanentlT Cnrarf. Vn fltji m
IIO after firBtdaT'. n.ftftfllr Kti..nrMt Hwn
Restorer. Send lor FR B E S'-S.OO trinl bottle and treat,
ise. na.B.H.KLiNi,Lbl..iai rchSt..Pluladelptta,Fa,
Where Ruben Went
Farmer Hayrake I 8 'pose .ye've
heard 'bout my sendin' my son Reu
ben to an institution uv larnin'?
armer snaKeroot wny, no.
Some fool s bin spreadin' the, report
'rniinrl r.hn nDitrhhnrtiuvl fhaf. iwm '..i
Farmer Snakeroot Whv.
'round the neighborhood that
sent him ter college.
The Best Prescription for Malaria
Chills and Fever is bottle of Grove's Tasteless
unm i onic, it is six
It is simply iron and quinine in
a tasteless form.
xu j uid, jxu ray
: What Mamma Called Papa.
Annie Ellstein, four years old,
got lost in Central park. Unable to
1 find where she lived the police took
her to Harlem's court. .
I "Whfif.'ii vonr TMLna's nannR?" aslrAfl
3 ' tin on TLfo riotrota Waotii
' "Mr. Ellstein."
"But what's your mamma call to
your papa, when he's in another
"Hey, come here I" the infant
The magistrate gave it up, and
sent her to the (Jerry society.
REGISTER OF TREASURY.
Hon Judson W. Lyons, Register of
the United State Treaury, in a letter
from Washington, D. C, says:
Hon. Judson W. Lyons, Register of the
April 23d. 1899.
Pe-ru-na Drug M'f'g Co., Columbus,
Gentlemen I find Pe-ru-na to be
an excellent remedy for the catarrhal
affections of spring and summer, and
tnose who sutler from depression from
the heat of the summer will find no
remedy the equal of Pe-ru-na.
- Judson W." Lyons.
No man is better known in the
financial world - than Judson W.
Lyons. His name on every piece of
money of recent date, makes his sig
nature one of the most familiar ones
in the United States. Hon. Lyons'
address in Auugsta, Ga. He is a
member of the National Bepublican
Committee, and is a prominent and
influential politician. -
Hon. Judson W. Lyons recom
mends Peruna for spring catarrh.
: If you do not derive prompt and
satisfactory results from the use of
Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hart
man, giving a full statement of your
case and he will be pleased to give
yon his valuable advice gratis." ?
Address Dr. Hartman, president of
the Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
"You see that prosperous looking
man over there? He robbed me of
the best chance of becoming rich I
"How did it happen?" . : .
"He refused to let me marry his
In the Theater.
"Dear me, I can't hear a word that
those actors are saying."
"You have no cause for complaint."
Don Stop Tobacco Suddenly
It injures nervous system to do so. BACO
CVKO is the only cure that really cures
and notifies you when to Btop. Sold with a
guarantee that three boxes will cure anv case.
mnfl.Rlltfl is venetable and harmless. It has
DHUU UUI U mired thnnsanila.it will mini vnn
At all druggists or by mail prepaid, fl a box;
S boxes $-2.o0. Booklet free. Write Eukeka
Chekic iL Co.. La Crosse, Wis. - -
Sure relief from liquor, opium and tobacco
habits. Send for particulars to
Keeley Institute. MoTldvetBBT"""
JOHN POOLE, Portland, Oregon,
Foot ot Morrison Street,
Can give you tho best barfrauis in
Buggies, Plows, Boilers and Engines,
Windmills and Pomps and General
Machinery. See us before baying.
of all their friends and relatives. There's only one certain way of keeping
clean inside so as to prevent disease and that; is to take CASCARETS.
Perfect disinfectant and boWel strengtheners. All diseases are
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all kenaml tMsHaa,
lonancMs, ba4 breath,
eat tit ateanateat. !
mourn,, Jach, indisMKlsav, slsaalaa, -Dadiis
after fcalinsr. IIvap n.ki. JTLTi..
and alsmtaeaa. Wstaa yaar wala shot nil.
larly yea are ffatttBC lck. Co matt pat) a kill, aam
people than mil athar alaaaaas to trash er. It la a
"2??r for.,h ehroata atlaaaata am leaf raare mt
aaftTerlBa; that cam afterwards. Ha aaatVar what
alia too, a tart taklac CASCAaYCT ta-aar, far you
will never cat wall aaa ha wall all tha ttaea statu
r P"' 7"" "teE!1" " Xaate asur aa-rtee; atari
with GlsciUTt ta-aar. aaaer u a herniate araar
autee to euro or attoney reiTtuid.ea. . eta
liiMViiiitvi j a.aat aaviai waa
Farm Supplies, Etc.
FREE TO FARMERS
Our 1901 Vehicle Book
Our 1901 Implement Catalogue
JUST ISSUED. v
Bend roar name and V. O. address and we
will mall on or both, as desired, free ol all
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver Co.,
First and Taylor Sea.
PORTLAND. OR. 1
CHAIN DRIVE. LIGHT DRAFT.
EASY FOOT LIFT.
VICTOR STEEL RAKES
With Steel Wheels, made for the
"Wild and Woolly West."
J. A. FREEMAN, General Agent.
20 E. -Water St. PORTLAND, Ore.
Complete Stock of
'. WALTER A, WOOD EXTRAS.
Chas. L. Mastick
CASH BUYERS OF HIDES, PELTS AND TALLOW.
Consignments solicited. Pay highest market price. PROMPT RETURNS.
Dealers in Leather and Findings.
Refer to Wells. Fargo & Co. Bank, Portland, Oregon.
Agents wanted in every town.
What Does It Cost ?
We have just issued an excellent little Cat
alogue on Fence subjects. Full illustrations;
all the newest Fence information. A postal
card will bring it to you.
Portland Anchor Fence Co.
742 Nicolai St., Portland, Or.
Some skeptics are like the near
sighted man who skates right up to
tho danger sign to see what it says. '
begins in the bowels. It's the unclean
places that breed infectious epidemics,
and it's the unclean body unclean in
sidethat "catches" the disease. A
person whose stomach and bowels
are kept clean and whose liver is live
ly, and blood pure, is safe against yel
low fever, or any other of the dread
ful diseases that desolate our beautiful
land. Some of the cleanest' people
outside are filthiest inside, and they
are the ones who not only "catch
the Infections, but endaricrer tfi Ilvs
, 6a bl7V
ri. in i , -
ADVANCE THRESHER CO.
Factory-, Battto Creek, Mlcbigaa.
6ii i iiiiaiiaAlsi
We present above a cut of the latest and,
most popular Traction Engine built.
We have just received a f nil line of Advance
Engines and Separators of different styles and
sises, and invite OHr friends to call ana inspeot
same or write us for descriptive catalogue an4
circulars. . :
ADV.VNCX THRESHER CO..
No. S14 Pront St., Portland, Oregon,
Or call upon our nearest agent. .
buy the Mccormick mowers
The best hope of competition is to make .
machines 'just as good as McCormick."
Fifty out of every hundred mowers sold around
"the world bear the name McCormick.
Call on the agent or address -H.
BOYLAN, Portland, Oregon,
For Catalogue and prices.
75 Front Street, Cor. Oak
The perfection of Wall Plaster, is the only material
with which repairing can be done neatly and to stay.
If you have never used it send and get a trial
lot. It will pay you. For information address
THE ADAMANT CO.,
Foot of 14th Street, Portland, Orugor.
is best time to cure Catarrh,
Bronchitis and Consumption.
Oar remedy is guaranteed, Jl.
f. U. BOX 73.
W. H. SMITH I CO., Buffalo, N. Y.
SOLD IN BULK.
elvtlai- anaietae la the wertd. Tale IsaaMlata ai-eef mt
area Merit, aad ear bast teatlaiaalal. We have faith aa4
will Mil Ca-acAKCTS afeealatelr aaaraateaa ta eara r
aieeer refaaaeaV Cte hay toaai', tare avae bexea, BlTa theat a
flair, heees anal, aa aerelaia'a atreetleaa, aaa. Ifyaa are
Bet eatiaaea, aster aalast aaa aae hea, retara the aaaaed aaa
has aae tha aataty has ta as by nail, aa the draaHt fret
rhm yea aarahaeaa It, aaa (at year aiaaey bach lav bath
bewea Tak. aar advlee aa aiataer what afla yea alarsaa. .
day. aTaalsh will aalekly (allow yea will bleaa tka day
yaearaSatarteathaaaaa-CAacaKBTt. Beak free by auUa.
laanau ltmil EaJUWI COw RJtW lOKa ar CJUCMIO.