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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS
KeniieJ AmudI or Dikgi M)' Md
IX IllHt NBW UIMUTEKS.
U Local ImlulRclb in a 1'ImwiiI
Talk Almul .Vwnpapfr Mu
tations. Till1 ( 'Al'ITAI- .lOlIU.N AI. llHS KOIU'
llinniKli lliu HKimy if roiiKivHl. Yi
UTilny, wt MMin hh the forms lm
Koih- lo tlio prw, Ha- forciiiHii and
all Imiiilt I"-1iik l
tiling, ami U-fon; Hit- elmlc" f '.
iiIiikIihiI 'Iom-I armiml, "il
(amlH, hihI wilil net h and IiiijkmIiib
Htolll, mid tin- tllOllWUKl hihI IH'
thliiKN tlmt inako up a priiitliiK
lice wvtf N-t iii I" iiir 'ww "lirl-'rH'
In riiullnifM f"r the ili-ft-liumk-d
iiiijHeltonitir"uiiiu w"rk ,m' m'xt
moriiiiiK- Tin- in-w had Ixrii m1
up Wore, it lalKir ulili-li ! alwayn
miH-t driiiilfd In a iii!Whihntiviiiov.
hI, mid a motor ullli Ik'II mid lmft
liiKjml hi tli'i''t rwidy t run oil'
llic himt thlM aftiiriHMin.
V an- not quit' to rilitH yet.
The coiiultliiK roomlt Iiiuii iiiiIIiiIhIi
fil Mali', and th wuictiini It not vt
provlilnl wlilt all lit luxurious u
tiMrli; thi'Mt hhorlcoinliiK' will
hh.ii lt ri'imdlcil. Hut wo a-k our
riwIiTi and imtroim to longratulatf
iim mi huvliiK Kiilnt'd )m)-m,'i Ion of
moiv 1'ouiniodlimn imrttrn, whuie
I In- iiiix-hiiiiltii! wciilt hiii U iiirrlwl
mi to Kivatcr advautanu, and where
Ihe divine nltliitiw of the editor 111
hino more mnni to have Us hrealt.
'I'ho rirlluKKeneral In theinlnd
nf iiur ellloiiN that .Silent hie enter
ed nn h iK-rloil of growth. Till e.
jpwiiMnti should iH-iiiost'iimrkwl In
IN nevnniier orxiuiH. The N. Y.
World Is iiUiul In ereet the hand-:
Mimil neHsimpiT InilhlliiK hi I
Aiueilea; lo shoiilirut Ihe C.wi-
I'AI. JlU'llNMI. llllHMHIl lllll I" HI
haii.Uoniesi nt'WsiaK'r luilldlng In
Stilom'.' Our lenders and uien.is
will be pletiHt'd to know that we me
abreast wllli the lino of general Im
provement, adding dully to our mil
M-rlpllon list, and lnortlng new mU
Irom our huluiw eoimnuulty. We
he but ons.ireourniai.y friends
lliut IIich' fuvni-s are not HI-Ih'sIiiw-isl.
In proMiifoii as wchiv emsuu
wmsl our ellurt to aid and plea-o
will iH-sllmulatisl. ll should Is-ill-wMynlMiine
In inlnd that the news
MKr Is the esHinplar and ..sMH'iit
of ihe iim. uiuiilly. A Journal scut
abroHil In Ihe four w ImU every ilay,
well pilnlisl, mil .if news, Kraivftil l
In lone mid Win lb- marks of
vr.H.rlU KlM evidence or the line '
Inwunlui- of the people for whom
It H'Hk. ll h in elimr black
Mini while they are IntelUm-iil, pro
Hiw-Jvc, Hlmntl tohumelnhlituilons,
slid claof Hsiplewhoiiilt UkismI i
to lltHiiioiipt. The other side of
this plHMiil pleluie Is fortuncly
lurued tow'Hrd Ihe wall. From our I
new iiiwiler we cordially giwi our i
umiiy rrien.l, and wrm hornicd pa-
,,, . .. , .,' .
All wltu wIiiiOwihI tlm uiihjue en-1
UftMlnnvttiU irf this Ktvwi arlNt In
ftbui w .MluhUMl. mid nmny
win. MM Iomh. n.llHrliluin-i,,f
..-i ii,Mi i... .ii.i u..i u,.,i.
MKllliw. Hut Hollo Kirk ,rjHll, ,
M l Ik. cnch iihuv er.llk. than I
NiMhihI In wmuv tliliit MiK'rior, i
Im lxvii eiinMhsl Uy (he W. C. T. '
l Uw Hw.IV orH Imiuw, Wwlm-'
U-, Mny td. lie drw l.U pic-
lure wllti Uk It ItMttiU Nt the mm ,
UiMe, u4hk wOtuvil entyiMts. Ami
Uk OvriiKl wowrkfc, wliu. wUe
HH.I I.JmImI Mte lL.fcf M. MdlLlt.l
"7 w ""' """ "" Pfi
fh)t vegetable mrly wver.v uw tru
ing, tNtitl tMunkM pier ll tiny,
eltuk bmV m ituNtemu lo ita-
ti.ni lit I be rvruliiif, mmI w welmM
frlr M H n ir
Thf HmihI of llofn' vt ill umH h
wwl iiHHunuw anwiMMtt lit it
W. C.T.I', hail MivlUleit will ,
Ukr rlwrrlfMivOU'WmKiHsHm, Urad, ywl , tt.tj',
Mtos K C. smiuiH.
HUWW4V H v M HmMmwiO, ? tMt lIS l h li
wllnlMUlvlU'trtuWem.,tetMa,,l,', ,MU" -",
MM lllWI. vou waul W ui KlutMilvw iUi u at '
"P m mtinkm AhmI tuMnl a-, pmt vitally , m,i v jvwI
v4(Mii-iW cuj te Wfc4thiw ,!. il.
11 . V lVV.Uru,fM.is
H.rlery at Rridgt & Ilowirtli'i
now t-toro Hank IHock.
1'alnloM dental oisjnitions at Dr.
T. C. HinlthV, IttRtntc street.
Strawiwrrlt" and gardens general
ly are IxjfclnniiiK to need rain.
Wo lewrn it was a broken rib with
whleh MaJ. Wylki-r lms bw" ""tier
ing. The continued dry sitell i sonie
tlilng allogether ntiual for our ell
mule. Just received a full line of John
. SlctHoii'8 hats at " NY.
A 11 lie lot of new millinery Just
received at Mrs. A. If. Furmr'-,
rt III lie sold eheiip.
Icecream, soda water, milksliakes,
ciindies, oysters, meals at all hours
at A. Ktrong fc CVs.
The largest stock of clothing and
gents' furnishing goods in the city
nt (1. W. Johnson's.
A. Strong it Co. mo selling out
their large stock of Key West lin
Itortiil cigars at cost.
i.andscekerM arc coining in great
nunilierstothecity, and the real
estate market Is looking up.
Mrs. Cornell, who has Ixt-ii visit
ing her parents in this city, returned
to her home In Portland to-day.
Now is the tlnio our romlsuicrvls
ors in the couutrj should push their
road work before II Ik-couics to dry.
The Infant son of D.in. J. Fry and
wife is much worse than ycsterd-iy,
ami Is not c.cclel to live till morn
liK. Flora itlnehait, one of Salciu's
n.iHt fawlimtliigeoniHHltoi-s, left to
day for Shedd, wlieie lier jiaients
cNtcnded hy Scott Hoarth, resident
agent Tor the Oakland Home Ins.
Co. of ('id.
Saratoga Congiess, (he very latest
In Jliumn'8 iiiiikunf men's shm's, are
among tho attractions at Win.
Ilrown & CoV.
There will lie a large amount of
picsent holdings hold over until
next season, if the iimiket for wheat
doiH not Impiove.
ChiirlcH Cluggctt Is having a neat
slile-wiilli inailo In f.ont of his let'
dunce on the corner of Couunerc' .'
and Marion stnvts.
Th.s-o who wish a eabhiet porti-alt
of Ilx-Oov. SI. John, will plwieo
leiiethilro.ilei-sat W. P. .IkiIiiisoh's
Mi's. Dr. Shelton liu accepted the
MHllionas matron of tho Orphan's
Home. She has occupied this posi
tion lor the week past
"I'ut. O'.Nc..!, thegeiiialnlght-cleik
!" Cheu.eketc, is ..gain on duly,
'' ""'"K wmiiiiici lo ins room m-v-
i'1 l.V-ltli mw-les.
The fis.e lly Is making himself
lamlllur iigaiu, and the butchers me
KUiirdlug amiliist hN advanciK by
luterpiv-lng their scivens.
Fnsh etiki., Fivueli biitid, milk
hniid, lloslon brown bread, gmliam
oumd, hot buns, wilUv iiike, this
morning at A. Strong Co.'s.
Vl,Wi voimt ,,,,,! ,- Mr, ...!
'Mrs. W. II. Myars. who has Isvn
V0,'-V "'''' l'"' '""' 'W 'll.Vrt Wun wn'
givtlon of the liver, Is slowly hn-
lm" "" , ,,
,NVm' ww "' u,v ,n ,'l',t
M,m"1 u"".v n"" i;rlHK "Hl-,
i among the new Mis a line of mens
w .. UiloHiiili-iiiiKit,
(V" ,n B,,a MV l,,l,n, '
I hu evening the members t the
ChrMlmi church Mini their friends
w III Klve vHptlHi to Kl.lor l'. 11.
lluntelt, who Iws Jiwt commenced
l"""! lUw. In tliU city. Hw
fr4tiwitt. will W served mid a
! time U ep.visl.
TCI... ..1..IH11I.H .. ll... ..... I. Il.
s4leeiitntlcitiiiitlee, I Ion. tnul
.p, tari( !. uhlWusI tlw eHU-
lM JlV. iHtlldlltK, MIMl ItlM Hlh.
poiulea Pntf. J. T. Uivs MeivUry
Ut the coMUwitlr. 'lit Utlr toft
Imvvu vwKwnUy lo emtta- with
ihi.i. iuw.. m.uI w m.....i-..
mulw villi U rttuttil ivfruUrty Iti
llM" MtllUll4r IViMtto.
Ymu mv MUuit Otrtsnl, ionr
mhIip W i.mr. yu hiv UKktMa
aervtHK mmI trwonUly mil otnuti,
imI vttuti t bnuv up. HnMv up.
' wniHiMiw, spragi
SI'CCESS THAT NIKS NOT PAV.
A Lesson Drawn From Ihe Life and
Experiences of Jacob Sharp.
wealth and he had curricil out a
lirolltableentcriiri-eiipon which his
' heart had Ix-en -et for many year-,
I and no doubt he was ready to settle
' down and pass tho remnant of ids
' days in such ease and comfort iii he
was capable of, una to coniempiaie
he liuil achieved. I here is ...
i. '.to "U.KL 'Z , rJl
l. ..,.,. iu.ii troubled with remor-c
,... l i... 1.1..1 iiu.il. If Iii!
lor ine iin:iiiin" - ! --
had Itcen left in lcace to enjoy the
fruits of Ills lalsirs; and however
much he may have suilered in the
csteciiiofhis fellow-men, ho would
have regarded their opinions of
his life and character with eoin
Hisiirc, if indeed lie did not fail
entirely to comprehend them.
When his way of lifts hud fallen into
the here, the yellow leaf,
Tlmt which should nmmiuny old iw,
As honor, loe, oIhsIIi'Ikv
he could not look to have, but it is
doubtful if he would have gieatly
With a man constituted as I"''""
Sharp wa, appaiontly with-
out scruple or moral
scn-lbility, exi)erlenco and con-
scion. c brought no sullicicnt
penalty for a life devoted to material
success icgardlcss of tho means by
which it was attained. In the eyes
of nobler natures it was a success
tlmt illil not imiv and there was
nothing in it to excite emulation,
but the rctiibution duo to it must
come from some other source than
his own sensibilities. Success at
tained by Iniquitous methods i an
oU'eiise against society, which a
thoroughly sound condition of
society would pievent and which it
is liable ut any time to aonge.
Though Sharp was permitted to run
Ids course until sum'ss seemed to be
attained, the Nemesis who-e pursuit,
he hud provoked; overtook him at
last. Ills iijisdnings were cxpo-cd,
the leaden foot of justice was set In
motion and Its iron hand was put
upon him. He escaped the felon's
cell, ii'seued, perhaps, by death
itself, but be did not escape the
felon's ignominy. His last days o.
broken health and shattered facul
ties were embittered aim made
wretched by oxiMisiiro to scorn tiuil a
long struggle with the avenging
law, and hlslifo wont out without
uvvukoniug those natural regrets, or
oven invoking Unit merciful silence,
which mortality ordinarily claims.
The lesson was one that could not
lie ignored. Tho success of a lifts,
time, so won, so deprived of enjoy
ment, was not worth its cost. Kven
to those of a callous natuie It must
1k apparent that It did not pay.
There have U-cn other successes
within the memory of tho-v -.till
young which convoy much tho
sumo lesson. Tho case ofTw ceil and
his usMK'ltites is over freshly reniein
Itered. An aiNilhetie state of pii'il'"'
sentiment and of moral sense in )
community icrmlttcd them to no
quire wealth and (siwer by corrupt
mid unscrupulous memis, but in the
midst of u success that seemed Ini
pregnuble and was delimit, oxihwiuv
eunie and the In brie of winilth aiuh.
TwoycaagoMr JaSharpj jw
wiiociichuii "-- " -" : i t.i.i ui,ni,i lw. board sus to
so many moral et cctlons a px, rt visal)111 . ()f IlIiprovli.B our main
t have attained the gr.t object " ' ,,mwlda mi.lng as we have
1,1s life. Helm.Ircacl.cdtlie ageorrccoy b
thr,cco,eyW.rsm.d ten, and "'.rthto Lrn
Is own ,!it! view he had 1 m , atcerttill0,l that there is a
successful, lie had ama-scd large U- (() ,m.
,H,wer roll I., ruins un.l tl.enamos of I ,N '"'I'"' " l" g "" rail-
Imll.lcr were i-.veaxl wltl.1',0""' uf ""l'vements on the
slmiiK.. Twml dhHl in prt-oii, some """" "' " 'p K '.
..c i.i .. i., ii. i i I , should by all iiiwius choose the
of l.U HhMK'Ulw llvcl liilKniiilii.!ftinm.rw-llrM,. lly the latter course
low exik', mid the corrupt Judge, j you gnUy increase the tux lew,
w1k upheld hU mer were strlpiKil Hiul ariveuvvuy invi-tors. Hv tfie
of tlH'lr ermine, mid tlulr ....,. r.. former you prevent oluhiis for ex
it by word hihI m Itiw4it Hinong men.
Smvew in puUlle HIV b.v liihpiltous
iiioUhmU uuty for time lv iluwliuy,
ImI It Uh. tint jttty. Kveti though
It tip tlw (HMMltht. v)tlh ktw
iHtgltt to milbnv. It W sure to end in
dfegntoe hihI ismtempt. New Yttrk
sm4i j m.v
SmuIm AMtthoodM'MUhi hmls the
HMMtlWMIMO ollw thlMMl Hlltl Initio,
wlwu p.tiMMl nI iuiUmwl by
iUkmm. It Ufvwtis night swuk
MUtl tlgltln HW- tit i-Ih-kI, OWIWi-
enuslto, etvMii, iMltitui, ouJtW,
UrtHKthilk. iuhmiuhmiIh, whotltm
euuu mid tul Kltr iIiivinI uihI Iw tig
trtMilOc. No iKIht utmUrli lo mi
XMTMkMll lU CUliU IMMU iKfrtt
ivuhtntbi vX-lM-wiv. tk wHr.
mhm tUMl InormUiK .Irwwml fbr
Uwe kUiutlttnl IVHAwute nmiU
HW4tallli IMHMlel 1- IX VV.
MtWw-, A lU, MU Sm (M,
iNiiiiill rkMg. Thrv Iter!
SHALL WE MACADAMIZE?
(inr I'ropertj Holders Anxious lo
Improve onr Streets The Also
urovc our streets and not our streets
onlv, but nl-o our sewerage system.
Calling upon Mr. T. McF. Patton,
we found him anxious that thorough
w ork should be done. He lias lived
here many years, and avers that
f vmKtW screened and
;IiwUli; niucl, cheaper and
'ood, us crushed rock.
urn tlrst In- sjivs we must liave
sew crs to draw oil' the rainfalls. He
Is willing to pay his share of the tax.
He wants to see the ordinance
relative to tho lining of the outside
of the sidewalks enforced.
Mr. Martin, the jeweler, believes
sewers should have tho MM atten
tion. He says without sewers, we
cannot have good streets.
Mr. Buh believes that both
i cowers and streets should be looked
after. Ho thinks abutters on the
.,' itlllirVi.,i si,iii,i bear the
1.,,, i,)eulTetI, as this is the
I only practical way of getting at it.
otherwise property holders back of
(he nmhl ltR,e will ,lofw,( Uny
j,,!,',, bright says mo must lmve
i wiu..ll. .. ..,..,. . 1MWji,i.. and
n.aca.lami.e the sticets next.
W. II. Ltuhie would prefer paving,
but allows it to bo more expensive.
He thinks wo should have sewers
w ith receiving basins at each corner.
Abutters should make the oiiginal
improvement of the streets, and re
pairs should lie paid by the city. He
1ms cogent reasons for this. The
public wear out tho road bed, and
the public should repair.
Warner llreyman say-, we must
have a sower down Ferry street. He
favors graveling the streets, as. we
have such an abundance of excellent
Charles 15. Moorcs, or the Oregon
l.ulid Co., wants to see an era of
Improvement and enterprise dawn.
Ho believes we should put our
streets in such a condition that they
will be good summer and 'winter,
cost what it may.
Titos. Holnian says we never can
have good streets till we macadam
be. When he was in tho city coun
cil he agitated tho purchase of a
rock ei Usher. Ho siys the large
stones in Mill creek bed, among the
gravel, can be crushed and will
make excellent material.
J. H. Alliert says we need both
improved streets and increased
sowerugo. Last fall an oll'ort was
made to put a sewer through Ferry
street and a majority of property
holders favored it, but the mayor
and council refused. The present
sewer down Court street is cx
IH'oted to drain two blocks luterally,
tnorth andsouth,) which is beyond
Its capacity . Let the Ferry street
sower be put in, and receiving basins
made ut ouch corner so Unit the
rainfall can lo curried all', and our
streets can readily bo made bard and
solid w Ith gravel. Wo have as lino
gmvcl us there is in the world, and
our street U'ds are in a good con
dition to review a coat. Mr. Albert
says that us the city council can use
eiupiiou tor inaeiiieaness.
S. Furrur wants iinprovenionls
niH.le, but Itolioves it well to look
iK'foro we leuji. To nuietidaniUo
vv ill i-o-t a great deal, and h Itotter
and choHitor way may lm found.
Others gave their opinions, nil being
rcrtdytogo to uny niisonuble e.
Ik'Hh lu-eeKsHry to s,H.-ure the niueli
Mr. Crnvvfiuxl gnvc Us tliK ilia
grHiii of the only xwver we have
mid Its lateral. It will bo found
eWwlun. He 1ms lns workeil for
a HMtre extensive sewerage svstu.n,
mid Ulhvv It v III jni Mr toward
MttvItK tit street tph-.tion, s tvoeiv.
iiirlHsltu mil In- jvUmhsI hi eiwh
corner mid ull stirftnv w ater tHssi
riklly iKVlcHVIiig dry nilld sire!-.
"Willi," sMkl ib giHl ptmor,
who was Uklug dhiucr with the
Atittlly, "I Hippo jim will U u
llttNMry Hunt Ilk yHir Aitltr when
j-wtsgMw up." "Xiuhj," -Mkl the
llttlo boy adtlrt-s-ed, a It kx4nj,l ut
tlw twww)Kt mBn nrwy of doll
ies om lb tub) witk lofty sunt.
"Utnry uutliln'! I'm Hg te lj
a ten tltotiMtBtl dollar cook?' Cltl
' i TrlUiBo.
.,.- r..i to Krudltlon.
Not wholly witliout grudging does
a wo ker in the fields of literature
the manner in which IJjrJ
lightened for Ids successor. Wltrt,
iiaiiinil a-scureli to verify every
Son and tc,t every rc-fei-enci his
tc.ivc library, may liml 1' 'l
cacl'i '"! VW oven some
Xrs. iu. less useful, of which pre
viously he wusisnorant. Absolutely
detestable ure in my estimation some
of the books for the supply of sham
erudition-books wherein, for m
stm.ee a mm. way find, undo tho
. , ...... ..it num. all that nas
been said concerning him by those
of his cotcinporaries or successors
with who-e works the compiler is
acquainted. By the aid of such
nmv bt-Bln lil- tco mtl Asf
Pni..riilmj brilliantly remarks of
Swift," etc. U is, however, in the
nature of compilers of second class
books to give second hand informa
tion; and one who trusts to works
of tliis kind will sooner or later, in
tho choice language we have bor
rowed from sport, "come a cropper."
The quotutions ure scurcely ever
taken from original works, and arc
not seldom garbled or wrongly given.
In scarcely any instance is the source
advanced so tlintui man can refer to
it; and not seldom, on mere hearsay
leport, a phrase to which lie has no
rigid is assigned to a celebrity. No
man with any self-respect or claim
to scholarship will trust to these
ready-reckoners of literature. The
For Boots, Stationery 4 Fancy Goods !
08, STATE STREET.
ASK TO BE SHOWN :
CRANE'S STATIONERY, PLAIN AND FANCY. ASHTON LE
GAL CAP, PLAIN AND NUMBERED. TYPE WRITERS'
MATERIAL. ACME WRITING AND SCHOOL
TABLETS. FABER'S PENCILS AND PEN
HOLDERS. RUBBER BANDS AND
COMPASS PENCILS, ONLY TO BE SEEN TO BE AP
PRECIATED. McGlLL'S STAPLE PRESSES
AND STAPLE BINDERS.
Tissue Paper of all Shades, and Materials
for Paper Flowers.
MABIE TODD'S DIAMOND POINTED GOLD PENS ALL WAH
RANTED. WIRT'S FOUNTAIN PENS BEST IN THE
MARKET. CAMBRIDGE BIBLES, CHEAPER AND
BETTER THAN THE OXFORD. BROOKS'
NORMAL TEACHER. PAGE ON
TEACHING. TRACY'S TEACH
ERS' RECORD. NORMAL
Roberts' Rules of Order.
SCRIBNER LOG BOOK. GILLCHRIST'S MANUEL FOR IN
FANTRY OFFICERS, (PRICE 1.00). UPTON'S TACTICS
AND REED'S REYISED EDITION, (50 CENTS.
Por Fruit Growers :
PEAR CULTURE FOR PROFIT, ($1.00). DOWNING'S REVISED
NEW EDITION FRUITS AND FRUIT TREES OF AMER
ICA, (So.OO). INSECTS INJURIOUS TO FRUITS, ($3).
THOMAS' AMERICAN FRUIT UULTURIST,
PRICE $2. HOP CULTURE NEW
AND REVISED EDITION,
9S, STATE ST.
Sd DkLcns, 15 Volumes, hair Russia,
m ljum, Zb " Cloth, Gill lop,
w lutktny, ll " Hair .Morocco,
Srt Wavcrly, 12 " Hair blae fair,
& 1 1'. Km, 15 " Clolli,
U iy M. lifiid, 10 Yili Clatti,
Fine Line of Papeterie in Latest Styles,
118' State Street-
, Tbtlr IJuslnesB Booming.
I Probably no one thing has cam
such u revival of trade at H.
I Cox's drug store us their gi"
i away to their customers so ma
1 free trial bottles of Dr. King's ne
medical discovery lor consumptio,,
Their trade is simply enormous
this very valuable nrticle fromu
fact that it ulvvays cures and neV9
disappoints. Coughs, colds, agOj.
ma, bronchitis, croup, nnd allthroa
and lung diseases quickly cum '
You can test it before buying h
getting a trial bottle free, largesji
$1. Every bottle warranted.
Vlwa)s In a .Si' rap?.
Constantly in ti scrape Tl
tonsorial artist. Hallway Advocate.
There is a twelve-year-old barber
back of the Yards; he is only a little
shaver now. Goodnll's Sun.
The barber's is n strange profes.
sion. You seldom bee one that h
not at the head. Yonkers State
Tho leading Worcester barberis in
a scrape agiiin because he shaved i
customers buiutay. .Lowell Courier
A Chinaman in New York is
named Tuhk Tahk. It is not stated,
but we suppose he Is a barber -Norristown
An Absolute Cure.
The ORIGINAL ABIETINv
0I2mi"ENT is only put up in large j
X.-.. , w f lilt llf kirtr, t ll
iwo-ouiitu uuAra, uiiu is an
absolute cure for old sores, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, aud al!
skin eruptions. Will positively
cure all kinds of piles. Ask for the
ORIGINAL ARIETINE OINT
MENT. Sold byl). W. Matthews
& Co., 100 totate street, fcaiem, ut 25
cents per box by mail 30 cents.
Usual Trice $32.50, Our Price $20.00.
" - 32.50,