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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1887)
A BRIGHT SCHEMER.
Trlnls anil Tribulation r u Professional
A professional renl-otnto "boomer"
while ruling on liorsebuek tlironjrli the
pine woods of Arkanstiw, came upon a
peculiar-looking fellow sitting imiler a
tree, deeply interested in a sort of dia
gram, which, with a short stick, l.u
was drawing in the sand.
"How are you?" said the boomer,
T- "Ain't complainin1," tlio follow re
plied, contemplating a fresh mark
which lie made in the sand.
"You seem to bo laying off a town
"No, I ain't a doin' that, nuther."
"Must be some sort of land schemo
you've got 0:1 hand."
"No, if. ain't that, nuther."
"1 was in hopes so. You see my busi
"No, I didn't see yoro bizness,
"Wait a minute. I say my business
is to go into a neighborhood and im
mediately bring up the value of land by
stimulating a spirit of speculation.
Say, for instance, that you've got one
hundred acres that you'd like to sell
but for which you have not found a
market. 1 see you secretly and enter
into an arrangement with you. Shortly
afterwards 1 meet you at the cross
roads whore you are sitting with a
number of fellows. I meet you as if
for the first time, fall into conversa
tion, gradually come down to land
matters and after awhile ask you who
owns a certain tract. You do. 1 would
like to buy it. You regard the matter
carelessly, just as I observe you are ad
miralily fitted to do, and. without giv
ing me any satisfaction, get up and go
off. Then I take out a sort of map and
after looking over it for some time,
mumble something about a new
railroad, wi-if 1 don't care about any
body hearing me, and after showing
considerable anxiety concerning you,
ask where you have gone, and start
out to look for you. 1 fail to iind you
and come back to the plaeo where t lie
fellows are sitting. Finally I explain
all about the 11 nv railroad, and speak
of you us a most fortunate fel ow, for
the new depot is going to bo located on
your land. I start out to look for you
again, and while I am gone you conu
back. Hy this time those fellows havo
formed a sort of syndicate to cheat you
nut of your place. The leader begins
to ask about your land, all the time
keeping a sharp look-out to see if I am
coming back, and the lirst tiling you
know you've sold your place for ten
times as much as it is worth. After
that, of course, you give me a certain
per cent, .of tile money.5 See."
The diagram-maker sprang to hi
feet, knocked the boomer down and
kicked him; and then, as he was trying
to get up,, knocked him senseless.
When the boomer came to, lie raised up
"Will you let. me go now?"
The peculiar-looking fellow glancou
up from the diagram, upon which he
had resumed work, and replied:
The boomer got up, and, after brush
ing the sand off his clothes, said:
"Would you mind telling a stranger
who is unacquainted with the social
customs of the community, why you
thumped 1110 around that way?"
"No, wouldn't mind. You see, a
feller with the same game come through
here about a month ago, an' I was one
of the fools that was roped into buyin' a
old sedge field that ain't wutli ten cents.'
"Thank you for your information.
I do not want to be inquisitive, but will
you toll me what sort of a map that is
your are working on so intently?"
"I am tryiu' to see ef 1 ken mako a
map sliowin' how a railroad ken git
round a cypress swamp, over a bayou,
over a sand mountain, through another
swamp and thou git to the old hold that
a possul of us fellers bought. Strang
er, I reckon you'd hotter mosoy along,
now. " Arkunsuto Traveler.
SfSSSi Heavy Responsibility.
"Havo you got any family?" askoil
Mao Anderson, a San Antonio lawyer,
of a colored man whom lie was ap
pointed by the court to defend, the lat
ter being charged with having stolen
"l'so got no family yii. 1 looks to
you for tint."
"Look to mo to supply you with a
family?" exclaimed the astounded ad
vocate. "1 looks to you an' do jury, boss, I
does for a fac."
"What kind of stuff is that you are
"Hit's just what I says. MissMatildy
Snowball says of 1 only gets one yeah
iu do penopotentiary she'll wait fur
me, but of I goU moali, den she is
. i gwino tor marry do very lirst niggah
wiiat comes along. So yor wsos, boss,
what a 'spou-ibility dar am lcstin1 on
yer." lexas Sitiui,s.
Urownc's employer was calling his
attention to the sales of (mother travel
ing man, and intimating that ho ought
to try and do as well.
"1 tell you what it is," snid Browne,
"it's all in the territory a man lias to
m travel. Now any fool can sell goods iu
I that territory."
"Woll," replied tho merchant,
Ay thoughtfully, "I thiuk.1 will start you
grf out on that route next month." Mer
Maryland Darky How il'.v boss?
How many melons you raised this year?
Gardener About 000, I guess, Pete.
How many havo you raised? Darky
Forty-two, sail (aside) ober yo' fence!
JJurlingtoii i rce ivef .
MEMORY IN THE BLIND.
A Irttr of rrrullr Intercut hyn Writer
li'lrixcl or M-lit.
A partial compensation, in the midst
of his many discouragements', the sight
less pupil possesses one vital advantage
over his companions. His memory, ac
customed to seize and assimilate defini
tions and miscellaneous information at
a single hearing, acquires botli a mar
velous alertness and a phenomenal re
tentive capacity which enable him to
master certain branches of study with
singular ease and rapidity. Deprived
of books and without any very ready
and reliable method of making notes,
lie obtains a habit, often envied by the
seeing, of appropriating instantaneous
ly any thing addressed to his intellect
through his hearing. Hence t he pro
verbially good memory of the blind
person. His mind is his memorandum
boo:, always at hand and always open.
To the present writer, who never re
members having a lesson iu any tiling
read over to him more than twice, noth
ing is more strange and more amusing
than a room full of school children, with
lingers crammed in their ears, buzzing
over a le.on of three pages for the
liftoonth time. Equally incomprehen
sible is it to see a man making a note
of a single address, or a lady referring
to a shopping-list.' Such observations
force one to the conclusion that the art
of writing, invaluable as it is, lias ho m
disastrous to the human memory. Peo
ple havetgrown to .m rely on a piece of
white paper covered with black
scrafches. that if this bo lost or un
placed, they are 1 educed almost to the
condition of creatures without intel
lect. So marked is the advantage of the
blind in 1 1 I respect as almost to atone
for their extra difficulties in others;
that is. tho sightless pupil will aoquiro
scientific and philosophical studies with
a rapidity which will counterbalance
the greater amount of time demanded
by liis less facile methods of writing
out exercises iu linguistic and cipher
ing in mathematical branches; so that
in taking the regular course at academy
or university, lie will require, all in all,
neither more time nor more labor than
the average student.
Of not less value in after life is this
extraordinarily trained and developed
memory. It enables the blind to de
rive from lectures, conversation and
general reading ten times the benefit of
others, on whoso minds a single men
tion of facts and thoughts makes little
or no impression.
Thus tho law of compensation is seen
working in all tilings, m iking good on
one hand, approximately at least, what
is wanting on the other; not by
the special mysterious interference of
Providence or other power witli natur
al conditions and processes, for the
benefit of the individual, as many
claim, but through the inevitable se
quence of cause and effect, by which
senses and faculties become, through
unusual training, abnormally develop
ed and tlit ir value radieal'y enhanced.
A PAVEMENT OF GOLD.
Dm) of tin- .Most Interesting Incidents of
(Irunt's (irrut VWhIitii Trip.
Tlie war had been over about two
years when General Grant made his
famous trip to the West. The only
railroad reaching Denver at that time
from tho East was tho Union Paeilie.
and such a tiling as transportation by
rail through the mountainous legions
was unknown. When Grant was iu
Colorado lie expressed a desire to see
as much of tho country as possible.
The grandeur of the mountain scenery
seemed to fascinate him. Ho was
taken to tho top of Pike's Peak, only a
short distance from Denver, and was
so much pleased with the trip that lie
expressed a willingness to take a lon
ger one. Central Citv, the countv-scat
of Gilpin, was then the leading mining
town of tho State. It was distant
eighty miles from Denver, and every
mile of the road was through canyons
and ovor mountains. Grant would go.
The only means of transit washy stao,
mid the General was furnished with a
special coach, his friends following in
another. Relays of horses were pro
vided at tho end of every tMi miles, but
then the trip was tedious, and before it
was half finished the General complain
ed of tho slow progress. At tho top of
a mountain tho driver, being a little
vexed, asked the General if lie was real
ly anxious for faster time over that kind
of a road. Grant said lie would like to
get to Central soino time. Tho driver
said he would "let'em go," and giving
the lines a twist around tho brake lie
braced himself witli nothing iu Ids liapd
but the whip. Tho coach went swing
ing and surging down the mountain
taster than it was ever taken by four
horses before. Grant's companions fol
lowed on as fast as they could, expect. ng
to find him dead at the bottom of tho
mountain. He was not hurt, but wanted
110 more races down the mountain siilv.
Tho arrival at Central was a great
event fdr that little mountain city.
The miners turned out to honor tho
General, and from every housetop
bunting was displayed. Arrangements
were made to entertain tho party at
the 'Poller House. Tho nankors of Gil
pin County had mot and decided that
rue General should, walk over a pave
ment ot pure gold. Enough gold
bricks wore 111 ho difforont bank vaults
to mako a pavomont two foot wide
from the main entrance of the Toller
House to tho curbing whore tho stag
would stop. It was put down on the
morning of tho day of Ids arrival, and
when tho door of the coach was opened
tho General stepped out on solid gold,
and walked a distauoo of thirty feet on
the most p.'ccious and costly pavement
tnat was ovor laid down for tho foot of
man to tread on. St. Lwls Qlubn-Deinosrut.
RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL.
How curious it is that a man may
seiioiisly doubt if lie is a Christian,
but is very certain that lie is a llaptist,
or Preshyterian, jr Methodist.
Twenty years ago the gospel was
not allowed to enter Spain; now there
are between 10.000 and 12,000 adher
ents to the evangelical churches.
According to the most reliable
statistics l.Vi of ;t!53 colleges pronounce
by the Human method, 111 by the
English method, anil- 31 bv the Conti
nental. New York City is going to make
tho experiment of manual training in
a dozen of its public schools, witli tho
purpose of extending the system if it
shall prove successful.
God's treasury, where Ho keeps His
children's gifts, will bo like many a
mother's store of relics of her children,
full of things of no value to others, but
precious in His eyes for the love's sake
that was in tlieni. Fcnlon.
The colored Baptists of Georgia will
celebrate in June. 1SSS, the centen
nary of the founding of their first
church, .January -'0, 1788, in that
State. There are, as the result of tho
century's work, 1,100 colored Baptist
churches, ."iOO ministers, 'J, 000 licenti
ates and 100,000 members.
There are i'Oo communities of
tho Greek Church iu .Japan, with six
teen priests and 101 native preachers,
and the number of Japanese converts
to that religion is l'-'.iOO. Tho number
of churches and prayer-houses is 1 18,
and there are three children's schools,
witli a total of loO pupils. Indian
"1 hope I lias Migion, but I (loan
know," I hal) liearn folks say, but 1
nobbor beam or man say: "I hopes I
has money, but 1 doan know." Dat
wirter Migion dat yer hopes yer's got
but doan know, ain't gwino tor do yer
no 1110' good den dor money what yer
hopes yer's got but doan know. Ar
Some Dartmouth boys 'most too
smart to live! surprised President
Bartlett at tho senior rhetorical exer
cises in the chapel tho other day when
all the college students were assem
bled, with a jackass, which they had
hitched to the pulpit. When President
Bartlett came to the platform, ho re
marked: "1 perceive some of you havo
lost your brother;" and then ordered
the exercises to proceed, during which
the donkey remained the guest of tho
Our highest thoughts do not reach
what will be the level of our happi
ness hereafter. At first our everlast
ing life will be like a summer's day, so
calm and beautiful ami long. But it
will prove a day that will last on and
on and on. And when no night comes,
and when we do not weary, and all
tilings keep brightening about us, as
the eyes of our understanding open
thou, little by little, wo shall begin, in
awe and wonder, to feel what it is to bo
WIT" AND WISDOM.
Disorder in a drawing room is vui
gar; iu lyi antiquary's study, not; the
black battle-stain on a soldier's face is
not viilgar.bnt the dirty face of a house
maid is. Ituskin.
Only a Step.
Nature mado tlio model man
I With purfect form, though nude;
' The tullor dressed the fellow up
I The limn was then a dude.
Wife (0110 day after marriage)
No, dear, don't give 1110 any money; I
J might lose it Same Wife (0110 year
I after marriage) I took $20 from your
1 poekctbook last night, John. N. Y.
Mrs. O'Harrity Now put in an-
! other quart Grocer Why didn't you
nsk lor a Halt-gallon at nrst anil Jiavo
done witli it? Mis. O'Harrity Oeli,
bless yez sowl! Ono quart i9 for me-
self and t other is for Mrs.
THE "OLD KELIABLF."
Silverton Appeu . Octobers, 1887.
Last sprint; 'his olllce purchased a bran
new 10x15 "Old Reliable" job press of
Messrs. Palmer & Hey, tho well-known
printers' supply hoiine of Portland and
San Francisco. After seven months' trial
we heartily recommend it to the printers
of this coast as tho cheapest, mroiiKest
and best press in use. Printers may bra
on their fancy presses, but give us tho
"Old Reliable" for all kinds of work.
11. G. Guild.
Two female burglars were recently ar
rested in Now York,
"Men must work and women weep,
So runs the world away"!
But they need not weep so much if they
use Dr. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription,
which cures all the painful maladies pe
culiar to women. Sold bv druggists.
Three Negroes were killed by an explos
ion of u boiler In llogunsville, Ga,
I'm- 'I'll roil! 'IYoii Ith'M iiimI
i'nuuliw, use "Brown's Bronchial
Troches." They possess real merit.
WHO IS FELDHEIMERi
The leading and reliable jeweler of Port
land, He keeps the (Inesi stock and sods
at lowest pri' es. Call uiliiiu.
CONSUMPTION SURELY CUBED.
1'lcasu inform your readers that I have u pos
itive remedy for tlio uhovu named dlectute. Hy
iu timely uio thoiisandtt of hopdcus cuhvh have
been permanently cured, I uliull bu nat to
tend two bottle of my remedy kukk to any of
your reader who huvj conaumiitloii if they will
send mo their KxprutM and I', 0, address.
T. A. SLOCUM. M. C. lbl Pearl St, Now Yorlc
If a cough disturbs your sleep, take
Plso's Cure for Consumption and rest well.
Miss Henrietta Kiscli committed suicide
in New York City by hanging.
Perfection Is attalued in Dr. Sago's
SulUblo dower for a widow a widower.
Wakeless Squirr-1 and Gopher termi
nator. Try Iu and pro? Ii icmi 1 tho
cheapest. Wakelee & Oi., S u I'V n ej'o.
The numlor of trade dollars redeemed
bv the treasttrv under the provisions of
the net of March!!. 1SS7. was 7,,MI. The
number imported, from the passage of the
act to September , 1SS7. was S' 0,-' tit. The
loss by abrasion was equivalent to IIUI
A VALUABLE MEDICAL TREATISE.
The edition for 1SSS of tho sterling Medical
Annual kitwn as Hostctter's Almanac, Is now
ready, und may bo obtained, free of coat, of
druKKUts and ircneral country dealers in all
pans of the I' idled Suites, Jlevieo, and Indeed
'In i'ory civilized portion of the Western Hem
isphere. This Almamic lias boon issued regu
larly at the eoiiimeneeiuent of every year for
over one-tltth of a century. It combines, with
the soundtht practical advice for the preserva
tion Hud restoration of hcnlth, n largo amount
of interesting and amusing light residing, and
tho calendar, astronomical calculations, chro
nnlogiotl items, etc.. are prepared with great
eare. and will be found entirely accurate. The
IsMioof Hosteller's Alumnae for 1SSS will prob
ably be the largest edition of a medical work
ever published iu any cuuntry. Tho proprie
tors, .Messrs Hosteller & Co.. Pittsburgh, l'a
on receipt of a to cent slamp, will lorwnrd
a copy by mall to any person who cannot pro
cure ono in his neighborhood.
The Queen of Sweden has become
THE LEADING FEATURES
of the Yoi'Tit's Companion Announce
ment for IS-'S just published are its six
illustrated Serial Stories, by Trowbridge,
Stephens and others, and its two hundred
Short Stories and Tales of Adventure, its
articles by eminent writers, inclu ing the
Right Hon. Win. II. Gladstone:, Professor
Tyndall, Gen. Lord Wolseley. Louisa M.
Alcott, Gen. George Crook, -and ono hun
dred other popular authors. The t o.M
I'anion lias two Million Readers a week,
livery family should take it. Hy sending
jour subscription now, with tfl.7.. you
w ill receive it free to .Ian. I, 188, and a
full year's subscription from that date.
The liuglish walnut crop of Los Niets
valley, Cal is estimated at luo,000.
"BLOOD WILL TELL."
Yes, the old adage is right, but if the
liver is disordered and tho blood be. onics
thereby corrupted, the bad "blood will
tell" in diseases of the fkin and throat, iu
tumors and ulcers, and in tubercles in the
lungs (lirst stages of const, inptlon) even
altliouuh the subject be descended iu a
straight line from Richard Cieurde Lion,
or the noblest Roman of thein all. For
setting the liver in order no other medi
cine in the world equals Dr. Pierce's
"Golden Medical Piscovery." Try it and
your "blood will tell" the story of its won
A Chinaman in New York has gradu
ated as a lawyer.
IXtERIENCE OF AN EX-CHAMPIOIT.
Athletes and men who take ordinary
out-door exercise such as walking, running,
bicycle riding, jumping, swimming, ten
nis, etc., are nfteii the subjects of acute
troubles. The experience of an ex-cliain-pion
walker will be of interest to all who
are alllictcd. Read tint following letter:
No. 3.S1 Hast IUtli St., Ni:w Yohk, April
Numerous statements relative to tlio
merits of diU'ereut plasters havlnr been
brought to my attention, 1 take this op
portunity to" state that 1 have used All
cock's Potous Phistei s for over 'SO years
and prefer them to any other kind. I
would furthermore state that I was very
sick witli catarrh of the kidneys, and
attribute my recovery entirely to Allcock's
Porous Plasters. Hauuv Uhooks.
Cnituuas ri'HidoiiH lite rnlurn cent tree on ntlira
thin to .MIks i: 1' IMilaon I1 1) IlmwrrtiO, l'mtlmid ()
Wusliliigluu cuirtiuiiik'iit mid. Mln M KoVoo, Heuttlu
TitY Gkhmka for breakfast.
Cnliicllino improves nml rrcKcrrea the complexion.
. EY1S CatarrH
troubled with cu m Rn.'MX"ntSr. in
larrh it seriously mSCofiHZb
affected my voice WUkVXMFtiWlK &
iie uoiue oj r.iis
Cream Halm did
theicork. My voice
in fully restored.
IS. F. J.iepsner, A.
M., Pastor of the
n... 1 .111. ni.i
A particle Is applied Into each iiortrll amlU avrt-catilo.
I'rlooM ctR at itruggUU' by mail, ri'L-tstertsl, CO eta.
ELV llltoTIIKKH 235flrceiilcliHt. New York.
A superior remedy for Coughs, CoMm,
liieiplciit CoiiNttinpt Inn, uu,v all
Vhroal and J,tiuc; TrottblcR
Sold by nil Druggists lor 00 Ccots.
SEND IN YOUR NAMES FOR OUR
CONTAININO lMlLU'iiritATlONK OK AllKINUK OK
Fancy Goods, "Wools &
Mailed frcun iipplicutloii by
SAMUEL WEITZ & 00
143 POST STRJSET,
NI.'AIUlltANTAVKNl K. 8 N 1'ltAVCISCO.
Pi'wi'h IU'Tirnly for CnUirrli U tlio WM (
nit, Kiusiutl to Ubo, und Clmtiymt.
Sold ly tlroBirlBtJi or Kent by mulL H
50o. K. T. lluzeltlao, Wwvit, 1'u,
cMnnfl Will lt paid for rich und et-ry gnlu of poll.
1UUU oiioiis ubstancM found Iu WUUom's Itohrrtlnti,
ickiiowlroifrd tli moat delightful ud ou'y rt'illy
lunnlcM toilet illicit) rurr produced for lutlfjrlti
nid iiiH'rlui the completion, removing tin, suuturn,
f r-cklui and ill Mciiiitia ind rougliutM of the skin.
Used and Indorx-d by the ullUi of soclrty ind ths
tine, hold by ill UruKiiU it Ui rruti lr bottle,
WhlU and IIhL ItKDlNtlTON k VO.,
Wliolcul Drujii'UU, tiiu friucUco, Aguuts.
First Stroke of Pain
EVERY YEAR TO THOUSANDS.
The Class. Fifty million populntlon. Pain
for the lirst time to one in every ten
Five million tired relief. How'' Promptly.
x-rmaiieiitlv. (Vrtiiintv u. cuic at nuM'ii
nhloctKt. llnwto find out? On reputa
tion, through experiment, by proof.
Ths Merits. FTninple.Tnke up St. Jacobs
Oil, tlielirent Kciucdv for P:in. ltsiioric'
merits I noun to all tlio rul. l'.erieiHt
shows its merits through its ctHui:y.
Tho EfUcacy. 1. Its ril'ecta are prompt.
2. Its relief is sure. !t. Its cures are
permanent. I. It cures chronic case of
us long standing ns -10 yours. 5. Its cures
are without relapse, without return of
iMitn. 0. It ernes in nil wises it'cd ac
wrding to directions. 7. In every bottle
thcie's u cure, iu every application a relief
The Proof. 1. The testimony cannot !e
disputed. 2. It hns been renoed aftel
hiie of years. 3. No return of jin in
years. 4. It has cured iu all ages and con
ditions. f. it has cured all forms of snlVer
ing. 0. It has cured nil stages of painful
ailments. 7. It litis cured cases eoiiMdercd
hopeless, s. It has caused crutches an I
canes to he thrown away 0. Its best cures
lire chronic coses.
The Price 1. The het always llrt and
cheapest. 2. Tlio Ix-st is tn pionipUM
i-aftit, surest, most pcriiini'rt t. .'I. Tin
hem lits thrived are beyond pi nv. 1. F.
umpic.s show that no coin pel ittuii can show
like lesulu. 6. It is Hi" beat.
Sold by DruijiitsunU lKar ftvrywhtrt.
Tho Charles A. Voe,Her Co., Iliilto.. M
AND CHILDREN. Mq B StOVOnS & Co.,
Washington, Clovoland, Detroit, Chicago.
WILLIAM BECK & SON,
Wholesale ttniK. tall Denlcrs In
Toys. Games and Novelties
TIM 7JB MECHANICAL TOYS,
ten Axn u:tyii.E:it nkathm
ACSORTED CASES OF TOYS
1'iit ui for country trade.
S5 I310 S15 Kf'iO 40
Scndtor Catulocun No. C.
105 A. 1(17 Meeoud r,t.. I'ortluud, Or.
llltN( 11 STIilll S.
LUTuretJo Av., 8ik3iia Pulls, Y T. U 1 fitito Bt..fiaJora,Oi
OnoAtffiit (Ju'i'dinnt onlv wititfi
rv town (in
OFFUR NO. 171.
-To Mkiiciiants Ovi.y
nine Meerschaum Smokers Set, (live
pieces), in satin-lined idush case. Address
at once, R. W. Tanhii i. & Co., 55 State
BELBY SMELTING AND T.TiAn CO.,
BUELL LAMOERSON, Con'l Agont.
7 Hfnrlc Ht.. I'ortluud. Or.
Tho Oregon National Bank,
(Hucwisora to MetroiKilltan NaTlnKi Ilank.l
OAPITAI, I'AII) IN, - 100,000.
Tmnauota a (lenrnil Ilankirg Iluilnuaa.
ACCOUN'I'K kept Bubjuct to rlmck
HKI.IJ1 KXt'll AN11K on Hau l'raiiclnco and New York,
MAKKH OdI.I.IXTIllNH on faroiabtu liriim.
VAN 11. l)rl,AHIIMUTT, UKO It. MAKKI.K, JK.,
rrealdvut. Vlr rreahlurit.
11 r HIIKJIMAN IblfJ.
fcultablo for OrungeM, Lciiioim, Olives, l'lneapiiles.
Jtaiiaiiaii, titrawUrrlen and ea'ly Vi eotahlc. I'or I
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&uiu tin imiu , imii t. 91.MJ w irvr ucru.
Addruw M. SOLOMON, cn. N. W. Atf't.
l. naruhl.; iiiciiuii, III
Vhin I wy cure I do hut meon wivrrly to t"i them
Kirniiiiiuuiiu iiton nave mem rmurn sKuin. iiiimiiiu
ruilicAU'urH. I httvu madn IliH (liMi&Mi ol1 KITH. 1j'1L
y.VHY i.r 1 AUJMJ KIOKNICSH a UU-nnt btutly, I
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llolls, Cui-buiiclow, Sure I'.jcs, Seroi-
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Diseases, or the same amount Tor n trcntlso
on Scrolillolis AtTis tlons.
1 "Tin: iti.oon is to 11: 1,1 riv
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, Joliten Medical iMscovcry, and good
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rested and cured I . ilits v u 1), it talun be
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celebrated remedy to lb.- public, nr. I ncx
thought seriously of calling it Ilia "toll
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luiti-blllous, pectoral, mid utitritltc proper
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consumption, but for all Chronic IMs
cnneti of the
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If J 1 fee dull, drowsv, d' bllltnted, havo
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oil iacv or hod, tivijiHiit lundnilit or dizzi
ness, bail taste In 11. (.111I1, Interim! heat or
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and gloomy loivbodlnes, Iricgulur appetite,
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I lid iliCNt loo, I sprpsiti, ml,l Toi'tild
I.lvei-, or " lilt Uhimicu." In many
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rlenced. As a roincdv for all such caes,
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I'or Weak E.tnig", Spitting ot
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Soi.n nv DmtooisTs, nt $1.00, or SIX
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j ft 01 irr. mikv h v. aiiirrii iiumetiy
M fill- 11 ,mut ,,F ,iitM-tli Mrltlnli
they cannot cure. If you
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flhsswon the Uvor vt
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rl TO & IIATH.'
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Kruptlons, lUlr Vailing
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Hore Thiat, 'lcrr Kl
fecta of Mercury, Kidneys
Wftkltoiir llur,. In ITrl... nnnnnl nl...t u ..(.,
lira- prompt relief and cure for life. '
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oktiopj iaa a 184 avtiHi) mt
eiiNeH ofllcrtnl IHsettwe, I'llrH,
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line or Uiillf. ivillilu iiuhI vo jeurw,
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lor cti eiiliirH. .1.11. l'llfrliii:ton..U. I
Xn.ii ieiiim'N liiiilillne. lortluniT.On
Tlils pniT or Etcrncrslorls
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(ltrsDcen rau el tho kdoisiIt
orcsns. Tri eonttutigus itrrsm
orKLUCTmilTV pnues let
through (be parts muat rcsurt
Ibcrn lo hrtiliT action. Do not
toDfooti.l tbli wllh Kliclrlo lulta
adreiilva to our all Ills frora
besil to toe. Ills for lb O.NU
for elreulars tl'lur.full In.
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