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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1900)
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woivi-h, mo c-fiiiiri.t t... .i...
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With nil i.iu 1 "'i'llllU,
With Mil IllH CUIllllliL'. Ik ..ri....
l uiulcr tlio wh.,.1-h,uuuu
'ouSV"''" 1"' n,,",,m,r"
10,2 n, Mny"e. ,'!,,tl! HI'""-
lomiM rim tln-ouKti u wild ,,
I I a. I U..H l..Kt., WOOdC-tl HWUtUPH
1,0 "l,ll,,1Ml '"'I't'iiotnilili, ,i,M t,H.y , r.
'irly nil kliH f I.iik0uh wild
or by il. alii of tlm l,,mllll,t the mil
iimlH c-nu Ih-hiti. Hca.,)t.rlcrosH the
nu-liH. ,i,l often the foollKl. rabbit
ala-H to the middle of the track be
lWM.ii the rnllH m, rneeH the locomo
the for mllr iifitll ho pluiieH Into n
culvert or a bridge.
"It Iiuk oceiirrl to me nevernl tlmt-H
In my rullruml exrlenee." mild the old
fiiKltii-er, "Hint ,. Aiiierleun skunk
Will IIIHlie llllllM'lf fOIlKlllfUOIIH lollKCT
mid louder tlmu any other IIvIiik thing.
Imminently 'I we lly alon Hlxty iiiIIob
nn hour through the !ooiii of night, n
little wobbling body dark mid gray
Im Keen by the glare of the headlight
running diagonally across the track.
The ntilmal may possibly ,y cinlck ac
tion mid a skillful iimneuver escniie the
wbeeli, and Insianily our nostrllH are
tinluicd with an overiiowerlng scent
which almost makes up faint. We arc
-'00 yards away from the cause of the
smell In an Instant, but It clings to us
for miles, and the passengers In the
cars who are awake wonder what kind
of oil Is burning In the suiiiioscd hot
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iFKDCh mumuniii iiiih citiciiiuici - imiipuu iu i.in mu mini
j (be bunion eyo travuis ovor s.iim) " i" memory rungs to us still
'I in reading an ordinary sized rr at least live miles."
,1. He linn ii I ko octlmated that the uIkM a few weeks ago ns the
hantHii being roads 'J, MID iiilln , Hlng fast mall on the Lake Shore was
hioJ-writlng nuil print in u life I muiciug up lost time across the Imllnnn
swamps, a nig red rox ilashwl out
abend of the locomotive and took the
straight, level track right ahead of tho
train. In another Instant n great black
mid tnu hound with his tongue pro
truding, anil his long, lank body stretch
ed out at full speed, took the roadbed
Just llfty feet behind the fox. More,
steam was turned on, and with their
heads out the engineer and llreman
watched the contest of speed. It was
a grand nice between the two nnlmnls,
with the mighty engine coming close
after them sl.xty-llve miles nn hour, ond
tho headlight showing the Meet fox
straining every limb and muscle, and
his enemy slowly falling behind. The
old hound appeared to know that there
was danger In his rear and took to the
west-bound track, and In another uiln
uae (lit rushing train went past him, but
the fox, taking ndvontnge of the com
plication, disappeared In the woods
On the Pennsylvania railroad east of
Altoona the track Inspector found the
remains of n wildcat on the track, and
on the Philadelphia and Krlo beyond
Lock Haven n large black bear ran out
In front of n freight train and was
killed. Deer nre often seen crossing
tho Philadelphia and Krlo tracks In the
Pennsylvania moiitilaius, and In the
wild, lonesome places where the trains
stop for water If the attentive passen
ger who Is nwake will put his head out
of the window and Union he will bear
the scream of the panther and the hoot
ing of the owl. Pittsburg Post.
In ar.r rotiTNoiiK. hut
Inidtr At (bin PdiKfiii your Oct fed
Iikn, ntrtrous mid ii i rurliii.lf. Il
ihittimartiiiK feel nr tlxlit Mine. f r
hi K"of- 1-.;ioi- lireMfiim! nunl'iin.;
Ijn talking run. l ii ret mh . .1 lei i nmr
iimi lifi. iU"ii'r mm iiiin.u mhii
Ikifti.inu mid in 1 1 ! i i h i r ii 1 1 luiiii niul
Icftrwn cure for l InHilnliis. Smimiiimk.
jjpn-hni-iril reel. v lim n mcr so..
if'nniuiiiiil" linn t ut'i luiiiKiiri' Ki'i
UUr. Trv U i,. bold l.v nil
taw snil liie ntnrrn fur '2.V. 'I'rittt
Litf Kirr. Aililri'f, Allen S. OUn-
k I lluy, N Y.
IlteroRitnonest of all trees is tho III
',Mcli nourishes in every part nl
1 10 Cl'IlK A CO I, II I.V ONi: lt.T
iMtLaxntivu llromn Qiiliiliin Tab-
All driiggUtft rcluiiil tli" money
lilillito euro. I, W. (irovo'H slg-
i Hon each box. L'lic.
IOm winegliifrM of strong borax water
liiutof raw starch will muku col
IiibJ cuffs etlir mid gloscy.
ItkiBtit rrnarrliitlmi for Miilhrln
paod Fovor is ii bottlo of (irovei.
Chill Tonic. It is n m nl v
fiiad qulnlno in n tiiHteloss form,
No Pay. Prlco fiOo.
feChlrngo Historical Pooloty Iiiih ii
MW lintlilliig that cost !f 180,000
imirnry of over L'0,000 bouiiil vol
uil C0.0P0 uiiliiuiuil voliiinus bo
(iraauy busts, paintings, etc.
.Wen will Ibid Mrs. Wlnslow'sKootli
'rnp me best remedy to um fur th1
'KH during iho tocthiuc jiurlod.
r'hall marblu tlnily with ammo-
m wuter in pluco of soiipsudH.
never any ex
ternal signs of
Jl'ta nd tile system f Imrniit.hl v mn.
"'"Wby this deadly virulent poison.
I--vu oorc or UCcr appears on some
n the lxxly; it may be small nnd
-".m ooKinff at nrst, but as the can-
- vcus iorm ana are deposited ly
Mood near the sore, it increases in
"ll Severity. Willi tlmrn tlir.nl 111 if
W bX the .urircon's knife or flesh
f-K-- plasters, nnother comes and is
"'TC . e real n'sasc is in the blood,
Keif?,mint must beKin thcrc Tlle
jiK0 b'ood must be invigorated and
,li V..' , ' tni wben ,,,is is tIo"e cancerous
"'JCtn nn In...... . i ii in
-,!..., --.(,v-i iviiuiauu liic wjiu yiiu
DlVlllitural v nn
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ffilMh W. IT...H -
Wr Ave.. Hrl.lnV
ffl- 2J for 'h"e
l Irhlrh I v,
M Inmrible, and
I3m n raiuf
i. . wic sore
Mhort il'0 llle ,,,rPr,"e ' the phylclans,
i..,imy "Ppetlte i plendlil. ilcep ii
Jia ', am enjoying perfect lieaUli."
overcomes this de
structive poison and
removes every vestige
of it from the svstem,
. 1. lllUMailCIV. 11L.I1 UIWU.
SVn the body and builds up the
.j.' hive fl Sllfintrlnifa BAm nrlinvf. In.
i If aSy blod taint, send for our free
4 " "vw, una wnic xo our nieuivrui
lte 'or any information or advice
A l If 111 LV. MV.V M
V we ."8ke "o charge
for this scr-
IFT SPECIF'lO CO., ATLANTA, OA.
A Dangerous Wall,-,
A high trestle bridge, a quarter of n
mile lone, supports the single track of
tho Nickel Plate Hallway neross tho
valley of (.rand Ulver, Ohio. Recently
a young man crossed this bridge under
thrilling circumstances. A Cleveland
exebnngo tells the story.
Ho was half-way across when a fast
train rounded the curve behind him.
There wns not n moment to lose, nnd
lio quickened his pace, not nn easy task
on the ties.
Ah he noared the end the train wns
closo behind him, and ho had Just tlmo
to swing himself over the side of tho
bridge ns the locomotive thundered by.
' Tho ends of tho ties were slippery
with grease, nnd his foot slipped ns ho
left tho track. Ills right hand,
stretched out blindly, touched nn Iron
brnco, nnd ho clutched it. Then ror n
mnment ho swung In flpnco, nnd In nn-
other his loft linnd found n plnco bo
ildo his right nnd his feet touched a wcl
:omo benm below.
WHh bleeding fingers clutching tho
slender Iron bar that bent and vibrated,
moments scorned hours: uut ni icugiu
tho trnln passed, nnd tho young man
wns nblo to climb slowly to tho track
nbovo, and crawl over tho tics to firm
A Practical GUI,
wi.on RParchluc for a wedding pres
ent remember that a cako saw-that Is,
a thin, Hat knife, with one edge cut Into
enw tooth-Is the best knlfo to use to
cut a loaf or enke. Kor a bride's loaf a
silver one Is often used, nnd Is nn ap
preciated wedding present, and one to
bo handed down In tho family. It Is
so unusual a gift that It is not likely
to bo duplicated.
Tho Ileal "Flowi-ry Kingdom."
T?inwf.ra hinom In tho Sandwich
ruinnds nil tho rear round; therefore, It
Is bolloved that that country Is moro
deserving than Japan of tho title
inohniw in tho latest rule, when a
young man falls In lovo with a girl,
tho girl's father Is compelled to board
him about half tho time.
Art find Vnt..
A millotin of iho Now York Zoolog.
loni Hooiuty reportd that tho expert
nieiit of decorating tho walls of tho
dril-houso with paintings of landscapes
iiiih had at least ono interesting result
tho cranes have sovoral times tried
to walk through tho walls.
I lie hiiim; fur tin, piennnt (llilnpun en
"iikIimikiius Ih Mm al.UMi of the Cliinesa
'"iiniprniiis by tlin InrHmi powers. An
"iiier giput revnltiiloii coim-s from tho
HlMienl ihcsioiiiiH.il. Ovcriuxed dlcemlon
"'' "'"'l' V' 'PHtit.M, illlligl'Stll Ivs-
li'.lii and iiniuU...y. HoMcttei's Htoin
'" Ii lllili-rs is I Im. hc-xt ineillrlne lo take.
".'.''"".V1" iK'rviiMiess or sleeiilcssuess.
"on I lad to iry it.
Wash mirrors in warm suds, thon
dust with whitl
and polish with chamois skin.
SfpPB "'a Cough and
War Sib Off tho Gold.
Uxntivo IlTinno-tjiiiiiiii ii Tablets euro
a eul'l in omi day. No ouro, Ko Pay.
I'rlco 25 cunts.
"for lx yearn I vn a victim orly
poplH In lu worn form I tuiilil eat notliliiK
tii t mlllt toust, mill in tltnesinykiomueh would
not rataln and dlKct oven that Lant March I
began taklin; CA.SCAItr;TS arid since then 1
have steadily Improved, until 1 am a well m I
over wm in my life."
David H. Munriir, Newark. O.
Tho "elephant beetle" of Venezuela
N tho largest liisect in tho world. A
fill-groun ono weighs about half a
AN EDITOR'S EXPERIENCE.
riesannt, t'alumMn. Potent, Taite Ooftd, 1)0
Qood, .Norr rtlc'Ken Weaken, or Orlpc. 10c. lie. Wo.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Rl.rllMC R.m.iI fuMpaM;. (Iileiie"i 0lr.il. w Tftrk. lit
llfl-Tfl-n Af Sld and ciinrnnlerd lr all drug
fill' I ll-UHU ni.,. , inlleiviv.imrrn llnl.lt
Hub your Imnp chimneys after wash
ing with dry salt, and yon will bo sur
prised at tho now brilliance of your
' sioo m:vA ui sioo.
AIJMY LIFE CAUSE:S PHYSICAL
AND MI-.N TAL DISABILITY
PUK MANY YbAKS. .
It.(M(l I'ri.tn DkiiIIi l.y HiihiIIiii- tin
A.lti rlUciiH.iit , Jiiiiiiiiillat ii f .Nolo
Ailvlni't 1 1 h Itmtiliira nnd I'rleitila.
Friirn Tanner .1 l)nlr)-man,Nortli Yaklmn.Wash
In !8f:j, I entered tho regular fj. H.
Army and was assigned to Co. "Ii,"
Slxtn Iiifmitiy, thun stationed at Port
Dnughis, Utah. My boyhood days had
been spent on a farm in Kentucky, but
I bud not beoii accustomed to manual
labor for sovoi'al yoars previous to en
tering upon active military duties.
Tho constant and excessive daily drills,
sleeping in tents mid genoral exposure
of a n'vero u Inter, brought on n pecu
liar nervous trouble, which soun iiica
pai'itiited mo for all garricou work.
The Mist surgeon ordered mo to tho
hospi.al and diagnoi-ed my caso ns
muscular rhuomatism. My lower
limbn seemed to bo dying losing all
Feoko of outward feolliiL'. The most
excrucinting pains madu mo nlmost
wild with misery and I could not stand
alone. My uppetito was ravenous, di
gpntiou perfect, lungs strong mid gen
eral health good except for this dis
After several days' treatmont with
uo elinngo, 'tho surgeon concluded 1
had heart failure, lio prescribed tinc
ture of digitalis, and gnvo mo soveral
ounces of this without any effect, ex
cept that I kept getting worso. In t'..o
fall of 1884, I was dlscbargot' on sur
geon's certificate of disability, and bo
gun Ihu ililllcult tiiBk of existing and
trying to regain my health in a strango
laud, surrounded by unsympathetic
My condition continued to urow
moro shinning. I was compollod
to use a heavy staff to provout lulling.
All attempts at manual and mental
labor were made under exasperating
dilllcultios. I teemed about one-half
dead. My weight was less than 140
pounds, though I was over six feet in
height. I tried olectrlcity with no
avail. Soveral local physicians gavo
mo treatment which was not effectivo.
Many well advertised remedies for
uervous debility wcro taken with no
1 read all tho modical authorities
obtainable, mid finally found my symp
toms under tho head of Locomotor
Auixia. Tho author said thoro was no
euru for tho disonso, and I believed
him. lie recommended n mixtnro of
iodido of potassium and sarsaparillu, as
a possible aid to oxistenco. 1 took sev
eral bottles of this formula aud double
tho strength. This failing, I niado up
my mind to dio as toon ns possible.
There was no comfort, pleasure or hop
pinesB iu life which kue"W nothing but
Ono day 1 read the oxperionce of a
man who bad boon aflllctod with Loco
motor Ataxia, and cured by tho use of
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peo
ple I bought ono box nnd tried tho
romedy, following tho directions very
closely. This had a littlo effect, nnd I
procured n half dozen boxes, and took
them before I was convinced that a
euro was possiblo. I began with ono
pill after each moal, in a few doys I
took two, and finally U6ed one box n
woolc. My pains gradually difappoar
ed, color oamo to my flosh, 1 could
walk, run nnd jump, and actually dis
pensed with a oauo.
Words cannot portray my feollngs.
Tohay 1 weigh 200 pounds, am perfect
L healthy and fool 20 years younger
than I did 10 years ago. Journalists
ami nil brain workers nre liublo to
aflllctlons such as I suffered. To all
such I would advise tho uso of Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Polo People
in couuection with cold water bathing,
morning and evening. I will cheor
fully answer any and all questions
asked by tboso aflllotoil.
Kdltor Farmer and Dairyman. North
RnliBcribod and sworn to boforo me,
this Ud doy of January, lauu.
JAS. IS. UUl'J, vjouuiy vjieriv.
A specllio for oil forms of weakness
Is obtained in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
for Palo Pconlo. The blood is vitalizod
and bocoinos preguont with tho elo-
... fiifn Tim nervous systom is
UlUltta ...w. -
reorganized, all irrogularitios ar.o oor-
reotod, strouctn returns "
disappears. Po roniaiknblo novo oeeu
.i... L,rn, nprfni-med 1)V tllOSO llllls that
thuir fame has spread to tho far ends of I
civilization. Wherever you go you win
find the most important article ineveiy
drigstorotobo Dr. Williams' Pink
Tho rcadom of tliln jiaper will bo pleased to
;carn that tlicro Is at leant one dreaded disease,
lliutucienro lias liccn nblo to euro in all lis
uanci, and that is catarrh. Hall'sCatarrhCuro
I iniiiuumy jiunilivu vuru Kliun 11 lif liiu uieuicut
II..IVI ll.l. lamilll 1. uui.BlllulliUIUl UIB-
eime, require a comtftii'lonal treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Turols taken Internally, acllni?
dlrrcily lipoit the blood and mucous surfaces
of tho syatcm, thereby dcstrnylnB tho founda
tion of tlio tl'ifanc, nnd Klvlnic the patient
Btreiruh by bnlldltiKiip the constitution and
altlng nature In dolus 't work. Tlio pro
prlelors have fo ranch faith in Its curative
bowers, that they offer Ono Hundred Dollari
lor any cako that it falls to cure. Send for Hit
of totltnonlal. Addrcos
, F. J. Oil j;iJEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Hold by driiZKlts,7Gc.
Jlall's family fills are tho best.
For tho first tune somo blind fish
from tho Mammoth envo of Kontucky
havo reached Kuglaud alive and been
placed in tho Loudon Zoological Gardens.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Tho rico-eating Ciiinmnon could con
sumo tho present world's crop of wheat
and still go hungry.
This signature is on every box ot tho genuine-
Laxative BromoQiiinine Tablets
tho romedy that enrcu u cold In ono (lay
Tho nnmbor of newspapers and period
icals in tho United States has increased
from 5,871 in 1870 to 21,178 in 1800.
Health for Ton Cent.
A lively liver, pure blood, clean skin, bright
eye.", perfect health Cabarets Gundy Cathartic
will obtain and secure litem for you. All drug
gists. 10c, 25c, DOc.
Instead of 'an engagement ring the
Japouoso lover gives his sweetheart a
pinco of beautiful silk for a sash.
I do not believe Piso's Cure for Con
sumption has an equal for coughs and
colds. John V. Boyeh, Trinity Springs,
Im!., Feb. 15, 1U00.
Tho retired list of tho regular army
includes 704 oflicers on half pay, aver
aging nbout .$3,000 each.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AUK TAKING
When you take Grovo's Tasteless Chill
Tonio becauso tho formula is plainly
printed on every bottlo showing that it
is simply Iron and Quinino iu a tnsto
lose form. No Curo, No Pay. EOo.
An ingenious table intended for tho
uso of invalids who aro confined to tho
bed, has been dovised. It is so arrang
ed that it can bo raised or lowered,
ami can bo increased or decreased in
diameter, to ovorlnp the eido of tho
bed. By pressing a knob it can bo con
verted into a reading-desk, nnd spring
clips are provided for holding tho lead
ing matter in position, Tho mechan
ism of this tablo is so easily worked
that an iuavlid can operate it without
t SRSKl 20 YEAR GUARANTEE..1"
f Two Big Pains I
seem to be the heritage of the
human family everywhere, Tiz:
but there la one sure aud
prompt cure for both, viz:
;i St Jacobs Oil ii
EX JlP CATHARTIC
H TSADf lUSrl HIOITIBtO ftgf
A Plionplinrflgeeiit CrnD,
There was rocontly added to tho
aquarium at Calcutta a gigantio crab
about two feet m diamolor across its
shell, and having legs three foot long,
which wfs captured in ding-not in
tho Indian ocean about a milu from tho
slioro and at a doptn of 40 fathoms.
Afte- being placed iu a. largo tank it
dovotired tho fish and smaller crusta
ceans that were its fellow prisoners,
nnd later, in tho ovening, surprised its
keepers nud visitors by omitting n
whlto phosphorescout light, strangely
illuminating tlio gloomy corner whero
it had concealed itself between two
Why Cnrtnln Mntnla Cnnnot lln Cast.
As is woll known, somo metals aro
unsuitablo for casting, while others,
liko iron, can readily bo cast in any
desirod shape. Tho property of casting
woll is said to depend upon whether
tlio metal contracts or expands on so
lidifying from tho liquid form. Iron,
liko water, expands iu solidifvinc. and
henco tho solid motal may bo seen MOQtl'S $3BS3fftSBFiiiS8
liUllklUf; ill 111U lllllllll null ItliUUL IV. I
Gold aud silver contract in cooling,
and therefore, are not snitablo for cast
of the Bzuvk
That in wliore 8omo people feol
weak all tho time.
They are likely to be tleBpondont
nnd it is not unusual to find them
borrowing trouble ns if they hadn't
The fuct is their kidneys aro
weak, either naturally or becauso
of sickness, exposure, worry or
"I am thankful to sav." writes .T. I.
Caintibcll. of Hvciimorc. III., "that Hood's
! SnrMipiirilln bit cured me. For many
I years I was troubled with Jmokncho. At
times I was so bad I bud to be helped from
I the bed or chair. I nm now well and
strong and free from puiii," What this
' great medicine did for him it bus done for
PrnmioriH in nurn mill kenns tho
promise, iscgin treatment, wnn
Giraffe skins havo becomo extremely
valuablo bocauso of their scarcity.
Ten or 15 yoars ago it was common
enough for n hunter in South Africa to
kill 10 or CO ot tho animals in a day.
At this rate thoy wero rapidly being
exterminated, and now n giraffe ckin
is worth anywhere from $20 to $50.
Africa is tho most elevated of all tho
continents. It is tho continent of
"plateaus." Tho great table hind in
the south has a mean altitude of over
3,500 feet; tho wide table land on tho
north lias an average elevation of nbout
I To clean bottles cut a raw potato in
to small pieces and put tliem into the
bottlo with a tablospoonfnl of salt, to
two tablcspoonftils of water, and shake
well together until all the marks aro
It is a groat mistake to mako a large
tea biscuit. Ptoporly speaking, a tea
biscuit should not be more than two
inches in diameter and proportionately
thick when baked. This gives a doll
cute, moist, flaky biscuit which will
be cooked through beforo tho outside
' crust has.become hard or over brown.
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Cxainlnatlon and adrlc free.
BRILLIANT Self-making Gas Lamp
Mates us own Kas. JCvcrybody can
now liuve llctit brliililemtid better timn
electricity ut about 1-10 tbecost of Ven-
sine or common sua. One quart gaso
lene lasts 18 hours, giving 110 candle
powerllgbt) more than s electric bulbs
or a mammoth lloclifster lamp. Any.
body can run them; can be carrlid
around or litinff anvwherei nerfettly
sure i nnnroved bv Innur&iicecomDanlesi
over 15,000 In dally we nearly two years; all rec
ommend them. Local agents wanted.
11KIUJAKT OAS LA Ml CO., ii Btste St., Chicago.
WANTEll-Jlcn anil women of irood
ohnrnotor to represnnt nstiibllsliod houio
uu .niury; spmiMiKi opportunity. All.
dress 1'. O. llux 637, roitluntl, Oregon.
isb. mm wm hrw
ONE FOR A DOSE. Curo Sick Ileadacho and Dys-
nw,' mi ruhiiiuuusausB, A'unoiunpaortic :cn. to
cL.!',i!'wlll,nil,,"mP afrooiiuiiltft.sto. DR.
BOS AN K O CO. , rfciudaljihu, !'. Suld by DrucKlata.
JUIl I-UUljfj, 1 ORTLANP, URKCJOir.
cna give you the beat bargains in general
iiiucliinery, engines, boilers, tanks, pumps,
plows, belts and wlmlnillls. Tlio new
steel I X L wlmlmlll, sold by him, Is tin-equalled.
SCImTICa, NeUKALCIA. Nfew
VUSNESS OYS epsli, 'HAnr
NUMBNESS, eto. lluy A bottle lodav and
lmve It In i tho lnluse. It will "are miff.'rliigand
doctor's bills, llarnilesi for children's nte. I'on
tulns no opiates or other harmriil nigiedleuta.
Absolutely pure and concentrated. Large bottle
of 30O iluses tbr f I, prepaid hy mall or express, or
we will send you (postpaid) a trial bolile forSJ
cents. Agents named.
8WIIS0I HHEIWWIC CUBE COMPUT, 181 Uli SI, Chicago. 111.
CUTLER'S CARBDLflTE nf IODINE
,.p.if 's,a"lS'i,5's',i?"', "
W.H. SMITH 8 CH EulWo, H. V . Pup's.
1 io oa5'ThEAtmet fuee.
i Havamado Dropsy mill Its com
piloatioBs OBptoialiy for twonty
voniovfiiu tug UV4V wuuuuiiui
f Jacoesa. liavocurtiinaiiy thouj-
Box N( Atlanta, (la.
HX wrltlnp t. advertiser lis
"leul.ou this putiur.
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