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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1890)
ANOTIIEK nitUnniST Sl'UAKS.
March 21, 1SK.
Manufacturers of the Great Sierra Kid
" ncy and Liver dire.
Gektlkmex : I noticed a great increase
in the sales of your remedy, and judge b
the repeated calls for it that it gives
entire and complete satisfaction to the
parties using it. It is the best selling
Kidney and Liver Cure that I handle in
stock. Respectfully yours,
John Wm. Salter,
2445 Mission street, corner of Twenty
first, San Francisco, Cal.
" Well, Is your vIMt to the senslde having the
desired clt'eot, madam?" "Oh! yes, Doctor; one
of my daughters has already become engaged"
SUA KEN OUT OF OUAIl
By malarial disease, the human machinery can
not hBlf perform lt olllce. Digestion, secretion,
evacuation are disordered, the blood becomes
water)', the nerves feeble, the countenance
ghattly, sleep dlsturlxxl and appetite capricious.
Terrible is this disease, fell its consequences.
There Is, however, a known antidote to the ml-
nsmatlc poison and a certain safeguard against i
It. In malarious regions of our South and West, I
In South America, Ouatcmaln and on the Isthmus
of Panama, as well as In transmarine countries i
where the scourge exists, this Illimitable pre-
veutive and remedy, liostetter s stomach Hitters,
has during the lat thirty-five years been con
stantly widening the area of Its usefulness and
deraomtratlng Its sovereign value. Liver com
plaint, dyspepsia, constipation, kldnev trouble,
rheumatism and debility ar.e all remedied by It.
Sympathy. Hrumford Chappy A fellow told
me to day that I didn't know cumuli to go in
. when it mined. Miss Edgtrly What a want of
i'koop or 3ii:kit.
The proof of the merits of a planter is
the cures it effects, and the voluntary tes
timonials of those who have used All
cock's Porous Plasters during the past
thirty years is unimpeachable evidence of
their superiority and should convince the
most skeptical. Self-prais is no recom
mendation, but certificates from those who
have used them arc.
Beware of imitations and do not be de
ceived by misrepresentation. Ask f.ir
Allcock's and let no solicitation or expla
nation induce vou to accept a substitute.
Allcock's Corn and IJunion Shields
effect quick and certain relief.
Trains for heaven never have any baggage
"Xou don't have to take our word for the
good quality of Dobbins' Electric Soap.
Just get one bar of your grocer, and let it
tell you its own. story next Monday, and
lie governed by th it, flood or bad. Re
member Dobbins' Electric.
You niu tench a dog pride, but If he's not
blood ud he'l ft"t like a cur.
deluded the unhappy victim of
catarrh in tho head. lie's been
told that it can't bo cured. Don't
you believe it.' It can be, and it
is no matter how bad or of how
long standing. It has been done
for thousands by Dr. Sago's Ca
tarrh Remedy. Other so-called
remedie3 may palliate for a time ;
this cures for all time. By its mild,
soothing, cleansing and healing
properties, it conquers the worst
cases. Its makers oiler, in good
faith, a reward of $500 for a case
of catarrh Avhich they cannot cure.
They are able to pay it. Are you
able to take it?
i Tho symptoms of catarrh arc,
headacho, obstruction of nose, dis
charges falling into throat, some
times profuse, watery, and acrid, at
others, thick, tenacious, mucous,
purulent, bloody, putrid and offen
sive ; eyes weak, ringing in ears,
deafness ; offensive breath ; smell
and tasto impaired, and general
debility. Only a few of these
symptoms likely to b6 present at
once. Thousands of cases tcrmi
natd in Consumption and end in tho
grave, without over having mani
fflfltfiil all theso symptoms-. Dr.
Sage's Remedy cures tho worst
50 cents, by druggists.
of pure Cod Liver Oil with Hypo
phosphltea of Llmo and Soda Is
almost as palatable as milk
Children enjoy It rattier than
otherwise. A MARVELLOUS FLESH
PRODUCER It Is Indeed, and the
little lads and lassies who toko cold
. ii.. max h fnrtlflnrt ncnlnat a
cough that might prove serious, by
taking Scott's Emulsion after their
meals during the winter season.
lltwure of lubttltutlon and imitation.
Local or Traveling,
To oll our well-known Kuraery itoclc. VVewant
cood. lively worker, and wUl jy well-ora.
&u nrSalarv Oood
AiiMr oplck. X L. MAY & CO., Mtfierywin,
St. Wul, Klan. .
THE APPOMATTOX APPLE TREE.
Only Ono Northern Mm AVIio ot a Vot
tinii of tho I'mnous Iti'llc.
A recent article in Tho Atlanta Con
stitution said nil the published state
ments that numerous persons in tho
north had relics from the Appomattox
apple tree were absolutely fnlbe. It
stated, upon the authority of Confed
erate generals who were present tit tho
surrender of Gen. Lee, that only one
man connected with tho Union force
had ever obtained any portion of that
tree and that ho had only a po"tion of
tho root or trunk. It explained that
tho whole treo had been cut to pieces
by members of tho Confederate army
beforo tho Union forces came upon tho
ground, and that tho master of trans
portation of tho Union army who, at
Gen. Lee's request, supplied tho Con
federate army with rations, was only
able to secure tho last remaining por
tion of tho tree, and that it was forty
eight hours after he appeared before
any other member of the Union forces
had access to thu field. The article also
added that tho sole possessor of a piece
of this historical treo north of Mason
and Dixon's lino was Col. Bates, now
Tho writer of Tho Inquircrascertain
ed that tho person referred to was
George II. Bates, at present proprietor
of tho Oriental hotel in this city, who
was at tho time of the surrender of
Leo's army master of transportation of
tho army of tho Potomac. Mr. Bates,
when questioned upon tho subject
gave his statement of the matter as fol
lows: "Yes, sir. Tho statement is correct,
and 1 am tho man referred to. When
I have heard and read accounts of per
sons having canes and other articles
made from that famous treo I have
been amused, because I know that I tun
tho only man north of Mason and Dix
on's lino who over obtained a relic
from that tree. This is what occurred
on that memorable April day when
Leo surrendered. I was master of
transportation in tho Army of tho Po
tomac. Immediately upon Gen.
Grant's return after his meeting with
Gen. Lee, who had surrendered, in
compliance with Gen. Lee's request to
have food sent to his starving troops,
I received orders to prepare a train of
wagons with rations and to tako them
beyond our lines under tho flag of
truce into tho enemy's lines nnd report
to Gen. Iee.
"A speedily gathered nineteen wag
on loaded train of rations passed
through our lines nnd passed along
tho road near tho famous tree under
which Lee had waited for Gen. Grant.
I inquired for tho Confederate gener
al's headquarters and finally I found
it, where with Gen. Leo and his stalf
officers a brief time was spent pleasant
ly. Then I asked some Confederates
standing around to unload tho wagons,
but they refused, whereupon I ordered
my subordinates to dismount and un
load, which they did grudgingly.
"Well, about half past 4 or 5 p. m.
wo started with tho empty wagons
back to our lines. On the way I saw
Confederate soldiers hacking away at
tho stump of tho treo which a few
hours previously had sheltered Gen.
Leo from the sun's rays. In reply to
my inquiry the relic seekers said they
wanted souvenirs to keep of tho treo
under which their general had sur
rendered. Then there was nothing
left but the root. I immediately took
a jack knifoandcut outa piece, which
I have preserved to tho present time,
and another picco which I handed to
my carpenter, who carved out a ring
with a heart on it, which I have also
kept. I was given a pass by Gen. Leo'
adjutant general to go in and out of
tho lines nt will. I have also preserved
that. Hero it is." Tho document was
thon shown to tho writer, signed by
Gen. Leo and countersigned, bearing
date April fl, 1303.
Mr. Bates coilthlll&l liis story by
saying thnt on his next visit to tho
enemy's lints lldt tho slightest vestigo
of any portion of that tree, branch or
tXol remained, and with tho exception
of Qon. Grant and his two stall" offi
ecrs, Gen. Rawlings and Col. Leele,
no Union olllcors or soldiers passed the
lines until forty eight hours later. He
therefore feels convinced that the
statement made by the southern jour
nal is correct, that only Confederates,
with tho exception of himself, obtain
ed any portion of that historical tree.
Thero were other npplo trees at a
distance, but still in tho vicinity of
tho place of surrender, which the
Union relic hunters speedily laid tin
Mr. Bates showed tho writer the
pieces ho obtained the root, which L
three by six in dimensions, and the
ring with tho heart graven 'on it.
I'rovlilenro 15 now Hot.
An English author spent twelve
years on tho manuscript of a book on
tho history of dead races. When it
was finished his dog ato it up, and, in
his ilosnair. tho man almost died. Six
months later ho discovered that he
was all wrong in most of his state
raents and deductions, and that the
publication of tho book would have
mado him a laughing stock. Detroit
Professor Poo, of Bridgeport, Conn.,
has drowned and resuscitated a pel
rabbit eleven times, and suffocated it
also with the fumes of burning char
coal and restored it to life. The pro
feasor uses a pair of artificial lungs.
Artificial respirations produce muscu
lar contraction and expansion, forcing
oxygen into tho lungs and drawing out
the deadly gases.
A Tolnt of Uotior.
In Burmnh txjople of superior rank
must not dishon r themselves by passing
underneath po-.- us of inferior rank;
thus a noblemr.! must not ps3 through
a passage when servant is occupied in
a chamber ab;i In Iudoo-China this
opinion is most extensively held. If it
were not so strongly prevalent two
storied houses would bo far more com
mon. When a ease isl?ing heard on an
upier iloor and a woman lnis to be ex
amined, tho whole court will adjourn to
tho room below rather than bring a fe
malo above tho heads of ivrsons who
may chance to be on tho ground iloor.
A Buddhist priest as BUponiv in rank
to a layman even on a friendly visit,
will decline to enter a two stoned build
ing. The populous capital of Siatn is in
tersected by numerous canals, which aro
crossed by many bridges; but theso
bridges aro so constructed that tho road
ways in tho center cau bo removed. If
tho king Ls to pasa along a particulat
route nr.ico is seat beforehand to tho au
thorities, and tho roadways aro actually
removed till his taajesty has gone by, in
order that uo Mtbjct may stand upon
tho bridge while lh-j lovorcign is passing
beneath. Owe ; Week.
nrGttiii;: Old Shirts.
A gentleman's outfitter in London ad
vertises to lit old shirts with new fronts,
collars and wristbands. This is not 60
economical as it sounds, for it implies
tbat tho shirt is of linen, not of the ten
der an J fragile cotton by which tho col
lar, cuffs and front of the American
Bhirt are most often held together.
A I'illU llll!llt(K.
Mr. Gotham And to, my 6on, you
have been very successful in tho west.
Enterprising Son Yes, indeed, father.
I've become a city founder.
"I found cities, you know. Kino paying
business, 1 can tell you. Look at this
map of Golden Rod City. Look at the
parks, ami boulevards, and corners for
public buildings, and tho big spaces for
factories. I told 1,000 lots :a Golden
Rod City last month. Just think of
"My! my! Where is it located?"
"Well, the fact is, it ain't located any
where yet; but that'll be nil fixed after
wo 6ell a few hundred lots more. You
see, there isn't any use looking for a loca
tion until wo iavo money enough to pay
for the land, vou know." New York
Hone Kiiclnc In Now .eulnuit.
A Now Zealand paper reports some
thing entirely new in the spot ting line.
At a horse race tho course lay across the
sands at Okaroa bay, and, through de
lay, the tide rose so high that tho horses
had to swim sotno distance before the
winning post was reached. Tho result
was that ono of the animals, which
jwould otherwise have been beaten, came
off victorious, on account of superior
Slio In, .Sho It
Tho subject of n paper to bo rend by Miss
Roso Elizabeth Clovoliuul boforo tho Inter
national Council of Women at Washington
is, "Why Is Not Woman tho Equal of Manf"
Oh, Itoso Elizabeth I Has no man over
whispered in your ear tho solemn truth that
woman is not tho equal of man, beeauso sho
is n thousand times better and lovelier and
dearer? Chicago Tribune.
Change of fashions.
First Now York Damo (dodging an nva
lancho of snow from n roof) Have you mado
up your mind where to go this summer
Second Now York Damo Mopping to ad
just her rubler boots) I hnvo concludod to
remain in tho city.
"Yes, but I shall winter in Nebraska."
A Casus Itelll.
Ed Why did you thrash Bill
Al Why, he wiid 1 didn't know nothing
about English Grammar. Tid IJits.
He Meant Itooin for lira Inn, Probably.
It was n buld headed man who originated
tho motto: "Them's plenty of room at tho
top." Boston Budget.
ON ENJOYS I
Both tho method nml rcstills wlien 1
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turn i uiruBiiiny hi niu insie, mm utu
gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys,
Liver nnd Bowels, cleanses tho sys
tem eflectually, dispels colds, head-
ifhoa mul fnvnrn nml mires lmliitual
constipation permanently. For sale !
in 50c and $1 bottles by all druggists
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
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Fabor's Golden Female Pills..
ou tho murket. Acrer
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Don't ho humbugs!.
Save Time, Health,
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ISINCLE Ifi Till IDC ASSORTED
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S3 -WaaSH mZAff-.TXXTMJI&Ch K
Tit K AVOItK OV IM.KCTUICITW
How n Man OhIih'iI TwHvp I'linniU After
SiiHrrlnirTwetit) Yonrn With lyli'P-
will, Lit it ami Kidney Coinplulii's.
l)rs. Darrin -11i:au Silts: Thlnklnc
Perhaps a few linen from ni uld tw of I
Interest to you iitni tin- nubile --nerally, I j
write to soy I have gained tweive. pounds
in the past llitois mouths under your treat- ,
intuit of tiiycisu of djspop-in. liver nnd j
kidney complaint. 1 consider j our treat- j
tni'iit bv electricity f.ir better than any '
remedy I ever tried. I fiv Mke a nuw man.
itefer to ino nt Freeport, W.ish,
h M. 1)iu:zi:k.
K. Minor Hill mill Wife Te.tlfy to Dr.
Itiirrln' .Utility In Cutlnir Their Son
Al.ntNA, Or.. April 10, 18IX).
Dr. Darrin- l)r..u nt: We write to
inform you that our son Clnud, whom you
cured (by j our electric process) of note nnd I
running o-irs two years oro, lm continued
sound and well ever since, nnd he has not
been troubled in anv way with his ears j
since. Ills hearing is just as good as cnube. I
We take this meho(t to express our grati
tude ind to thank you for the ood you
have done for us in the euro of our son.
As health is untold wealth money could
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tons. Refer any one to us Hespec'fully, 1
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Hill's block, Russell street, Albinn.
What Prominent Lumberman of Van
couver, Wash .Thinks of Dr. Dan In.
Editor Tacoma l.cd-jcr: This is to cer
tify that Dr. Darrin has so far cured me of
sciitlc ihtmttiiitism thai I am able ami did
walk llfteen miles one day this week. He
for I cumo to him I e.mlil scarcely wnlk
to his olllce. Refer to me at Vancouver, 1
Wash. 1 0. McFaklank.
Drs. Darrin make a specialty of dfease
of the eye, ear, nose and throat and all I
nervous.'chronlc and nri vnte diseases, nch
as loss of manhood, blond taints, syphilis,
Klecf, ginorrlue-i, stricture, spermator
rhea, seminal weakness or loss nf desire
of -exuil nnwer in man or woman.
AM peculiar female trouble , lrresiilar
menstruation lucorrluea, disiilacemen's, I
etc., are confidentially ami successfully,
treated, anil will under no e'reumstances i
taU-e a ease that they cannot cure or ben-1
Consultations free. Chnrfics reasonable.
Cures of private dlhOises guaranteed,
and never published in the papers Most
oases ran receive home treatment, after a
visit, to the Doctors' olllce, Washington
building, corner of Fourth and Washing-
ton streets. I'ortinmt, ur. inquiries an
nwereil, and circulars sent free.
IN. H. Dr. Darrin has a brnnch.olllco at
tho Revere House Albany, Or., from Oc
tober 12 to IS; Rosebtirg, October 111 to 25;
Ashland, Octoln'r 25 to November 1.
It in fiild thnt the dny of pnper enr wheels Is
iiass mr away; but, ns uwi-t new romW linve to
be ruu on paper, It Isn't likely.
For coughs, sore throat, asthma, ca
tarrh and other dl-enses of tho bronchial
tubes no more useful artlc'e can be found
than " Brown's Bronchial Troches."
The inoMiilto likes to drink behind the bar.
Itltl'TIIIlK AND I'll.KS CUKKD.
We positively euro rupture and all rectal dis
eases without puln or detention from biiblnesR.
No cure, no pay: and no pay until cured. Ad
dress for pamphlet Drs. Portertluld & lx)uy, sas
JIurkct street, San Francisco.
There Is greiit pleasu is In showing some oth'r
fell .w up a fool H tnkes awny tuat lonely ieol
jug, as It weie.
Try Germea for breakfast.
Bowaro of Imitations of the celebrated Seal of
North Carolina Plug Cut Tobacco.
All persons rapidly and safely reduced by I)n
Hols Anti-obesity Tea. A. II. Smith ACo.,iigents,
(Jrnnt avenue and Ocury streets.
To euro nillousnoss. Hick Ilendnche Constlpntton,
Malaria. Liver Complaints, tako thu safe
one! cortnln remedy, SMITH'S
Uso tho SMALL 8I7.K (40 llttlo lisans to the bot
tle). Thny nro tlio most couvenlont: suit aliases.
1'rlcoof eltlier slio, 25 cent por bottlo.
KISSING nt 7 17 70! N'oto-s-rnvure.
IV VI 7MV pnncl size of this nlcturo fori
cents (coiirk or HWW).
J F SMITH &CO..
Makers of "Illlo Deans. St. Louis. Mo.
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triitul t-atiiloKUu tull.s
Ilmodcrn, what to feed
clilekciiN, In fHi-t nil
tlio Kccreti! of tho
ehlckeii busliiehK. If
yoli only keep hnlf 11
iiozeii iieim, )iiu ihtu
tlilu tmiik. It L'lvt-H
V nioi u Info rui ft ion
t tut ii ninny in inc
lioiikH t.old nt 26 cents,
Wo eml It free on re
ceipt of -1 cent h In
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en's Suits to Order
S20 to $40.
Men's Pants to Order,
SO to S I O.
Fit (ninrnnteed. 6enH cents In
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f'nro euro for bbnil, blceillnit nnd itching
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utes after uxlng Kirk's GurniRii 1'iioOlnttnisnL
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box Is warranted
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receipt of priee tnif tiitfiiirejirar.
ographers of both sexes, attribute their success to n course nt the Portland Busi
ness College, Portland, Oregon, or the Capital Business College, Saleui
Oregon. Iloth arc under the management of A. P. Armstrong, have same courses of
study, same rates of tuition. Business, Shorthand, Typewriting, Peumnnship nnd Eng
lish Departments. Write to either for joint CataloKtie nnd specun-ns of penmanship.
..ht.. oapuliu is greo,rer rna.n
royal ly i Itself : TVy i l" i n you r nexb
house-cleaning: Grocers keep it:
DO YOU LIVE IN GREASE?
As a true patriot and citizen you should naturalize yourself
by using the best inventions of tho day for removing such a oharge.
To livo in Grease is utterly unnecessary when SAPOLIO is sold
in all tho storos, and abolishes
,i .. rrrnmiTlMMaTI-rilTTia.mr Tft i i iH TH.Ig
H. T. HUDSON,
IMPOHTKK AND DKAI.KH 1N-
FisuiNf. JACKifi:, j-.to.,
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liar IckB, Dnmasem lliirruU, l-'nticy Btorka, I'U
tol (irui ml (JreeuerTrclilo Weduo hint, 12 (Iuuko,
'"Kent l)V oxfireaii with 2.1 Itrafca BlielU atid lto
loaillUK loola ujion receipt of price.
TON SCALES OF
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j. Aixuzxa 0
Diamond Drill Work.
with Wamoiid Cora Drill for oil, mineral pr wa
ter. Hole, bortxl for ventilation or draluaKO.
AkuuU for Diamond Drill Machinery ami chip
liflei. Corr(fiondeuco aellcltvd. "
tVUIC BirCVIfCBU IiaiWUW.
' 1 jf I .WUI1LUDI
IVKUY ItfMOlt 0F11IK SKIN AND SCALP"
lli of infancy and childhood, whether tnrtur
Inir, dlstlKiiriii).', Hi-hint;, hnriiimr, scalv.crnstedV
nlinplr or blotchy, w 1th loss of hnir, nnd every
impurity of the blood, w hcther simple, scrofu
lous or hereditary, Is speedily, permanently and
economically cured by theCCTirt it v Kkmkdies,
cnutlstln! of 1'rruui.i. the crent skin cure, Ct;
TicniA Soaimiu exiiuNltc klit juirltlerand beau
tiller, and Ctuci'iii IlKsoi.vr.NT, the new blixHl
nnd sklu purltler anil crentot of humor reme
dies, when the best physicians and nil other
remedies fnll. Parents, ae your children yeats
of mental and vhxsical suNcrtiiK. IleKin now.
Delays are iJanccrons. Cures made hi clilldhsoil
Sold every w here Price, CfTtrrRA, fc; Hoar.
2.1c: Ur.soi.vr.ST, 1. Prepared by Potter Drnsc
and I'hemli'iil I'orporntlou, ltotou, Mass,
Send for " How to Cure Skin and Wood Pis
Hatty's skin and sotlp purillcd and
iH-autttled ly Cl TKTllASOAI
Kliluev imlus, backache and muscular
rheumatism relieved In one minute bv tho
celebrated CfTtei'ltA A NTt-I'AIN Pi.astkh.25o
a DR. LIEBIG'S
To Prove tin
r. id SniH-ri iriti,
A SI ISottlii
Milt be lun or
on application, ycr
BUiuilly or by h-tii r.
Tvcry one knows that
Itrrmn-Snpi irtl's Vrrltnblo
Llilr of LtTe v.n a failure,
and that Ir. LIi-Mst's Invig
orntor ls tho original and.
only genuiuo Viui Kilxlr.
Tin: KfusoM Tiioi-sKvns cssot oet ci-nr.n of
Chroul.-, I'tUle, SwUl Coi.i.lIi,l, N.rvoii, II, MIUj. Ua
uitiiral Wa-ip, l of Mt-morjr met MautiMhl, l.l,ir, l.uDf.
HU.Mit. kllne nj dtiMimcli TrouMi-A, Inipulltl, s of th
IeIinmI, rtniplt-ft, S.tn-1 mti.l aititr Bktn ni.m.r,, 14 olnK to.
c.nilkil,u call .1 I'ro-tlortlict ll;HftlliiU, vblolk.
rtpilrni p.-clwt IrrnlinriiL
for atkMe dlmMioi uuovniilk-nu lih I'ntatorrlitra. No. t
curvt 1'mAlatorrhfTi. 1'rlcfl of ltoU'oralur, J. cn.e of lie
UiltlM, 110; hnirilio lioltlon, halt prior. p..l to rum tm
PU. I.lKtltri ft CO. for ticnrlr ft quarlrrofa ci-titur har
tnn.le n Rpt-cUltj of pl.(aa of Men, lllimi. howrTrr fc
duml, Hilltjr, lhoroiiixhljrmn-.lt h-crnt caM-s in a few tLqrit,
luvrlt-rntora thflllullr lrrati-1; rharie-M inoclrratc.
Coiiviltallnn Km t'all or l lrr., 4ml tiwrj MrMSam,
FrautUru, tal. rilrato Cbtranec, 4,0 Mam)Q SlrrVt,
parkafrf a of pr.ocon9 not
in-o inaKrrii aro a uoreii
luliltUlfiil a thrr aro fin.
p-mtMiliMK, BmrNnttTlnt cur - r.r ft, or offorlin to refund,
iKutUiilMvltial tfit 1)11. I.IEIIKl S l.N'VlUOIt.lTOR.
1 OLD CLAIMS.
'under NEW Law
Soldiers. Widows. Parents, send for blank ab
dications, and Informntlou. Patrick O'FarrolI
I'cnslon Aueut, Wiishliiutou, 1). C
(Mention Hit paper.)
THAT CAN Iiri USIiD RVRRY DAY "
is the ktntl thnt. pays. Scores of
young business men, nntl lmn
tlrcds of book-keepers nnd sten
proverb be truei
grease and dirt.
Will haVz no other Jobacco
Who once tries
SEb OF JIORTJH GAJROblNA '
This Is the secret of Its
Immense sal 2.
WINTER IS COMING.
Beuil toNnillh'x for your winter outfit. They
have tho blggwl itoek o," umlorelotul.-ur. Ther
havo tho beat boot und ihoei. They nave the
chcaiicat ho.lrry for everybody. Tney have the
ercateit varli-ty of dry Kooda. Tiny have
family groccrlm of all kfudi. Tlieyhave dried
fruit of tho new crop. They have canwed gooda
at wholeaale vrloea They hav warm niitWiw
and rlove. Thoy have blanket- (row II ?6"llr
up. They have comforti from W renin eaoh
They have overall, ot every alee. They nay
clttll attention to all order. AddrwNi lor rttll.
partlculara and oopy of Home CirtU (fw
hMliiMCiiihNitre.-tl8 Vruut Street,
Villi '-WHcll-l. 'Hl.
N. P. N. U. No. S5-S. F, N. V. No, 43