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MONDAY, JA2I. 0, 1306.
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The OrcKoiiliin I plnyluK Inttflhe
hand's of the JVmuflM "rtoht nibW.
It now ehnnren the Iho;. IMatnrc
with opproprlntliip; .10,do0 to pay the
Hdlcm Kleclrle Lllil company. This
will lw made nltlch of M't lie fl'optill.ts
nil over tlic slate.
The fact Is tllo legislature trflBgJ
passed n bill that fattened tiwn the
stntc ii contract for ton years by
which tho Consolidated Electric
Light & Power company of Salem, a
I'orl lane I corfnitlon, pots w much
per month per light from the slate.
Tho InHt legislature simply !ut lu
tliogunornl appropriation hill an Item
to pay an expense already contracted.
Tho hill inaklus this contract was
engineered by Frank Pnxton, of Port
land, and the rest of the gang usually
Rout up from j'nrtl.'iml under Harvey
Scott'u regime In IW)3. The state has
nothing to do but pay. The legisla
ture of. 181)5, for the first lime In many
years was not controlled by this gang
In the lower house. It was lathe
senate. The Orogonlan gang of re
formers had control of some of the
principal committees in tho lower
house, but thero were men enough
Micro to beat them on any proposition
when It became necessary.
.Of course, tho Orcconlan will no on
lying about tho last legislature. Jtj
may succeed lu turning tho state
over to tho Populists. Thero In no
dally paper at Portland to show up
Its political rascality and It can go on
lying nnd deceiving the people.
' '. If rm wrfnt jt'lurenellef for jwnrin ui&"mck; na, cnest, or
BKAfc 114 Mllt)-N6l one of thihoit of counLfftlti And Imltft-
tloni it us ffood At the gwiuine.
SHALLER THAN USUAL
-lllllputlftn, In fact,
Are Doctor Pierce'
Pi' IHtOWN S CASE.
The examination of Mrs. Dnvld.ton
Is continued to Tutsday. She Is held
for extorting WOO out of one Dr.
Ilrown, pastor of tho First Congre
gational church, San Francisco, to
silence a Mrs. Haddln about Brown's
alleged misconduct with n;Mlss Over
man, a young woman from Benton
county, who has for four years been
Urown's private stonographer.
It Is Brdwn who Is really on trial,
and Saturday ho called the lawyer
who was cross-examining him an
"Infamous liar." Tho writer onco
hoard Kcv. Brown preach on tho
miracles of Jesus. Wo wondered then
how so talented a talker could have
sticll a misconception of spiritual
things. Like many others who get
Into pulpits, ho Is not n spiritually
minded man. He Is devoid of real
culture, refinement of feelings and
spiritual elevation that should char
acterize a Christian gentleman.
Dr. Urown's reputation Is groat.
Ho has bufconenmbltlon to mount
higher and higher, to ho n Talmago
THE MIGHTY TO
Downfall of Enplane! Foreseen by A.
Gilbert, of Salem.
A Salem banker, of tho firm of Gil
bert Jlros., writes ns follows to the
Tho question Is being asked by
nearly every one, "Will there 1x5 a
war with England?" My answer Is
that there will be; It must conic,
hodner or later, and I fully belldvc
that It will come soon; In fact, the
gauntlet has been thrown down and
accepted already. America says plainly
- " ..i.infc,
only a favorable time for one or tho
other to back down.
I am fully convinced that Hiigliuid,
like Home, has reached the height of
her glory, and her star, like Napol
eon's, Is beginning to ot, and she
must fall ns other t'.itit!H have done;
I bellow that her Strength makes her
weak. History only repeats Itself.
know ho didn't know iinytlilng for,
' that little lirstgiilileant David putn
ftloncfbotifctfn-dollntii'acYCn and lit Id
li'm out, and tho groat army tint
Ttnsbaeklng up nolhitli look to Its'
bols and was nearly annihilated.
Tlictf had only to blow the trumpets
' before Jericho nnd ifotfn she wentt and
wall along the line. The mighty
have been laid low itud tho weak have
been made strong. This Is history
and all readers, will agree with me.
I believe that, with the wild and
patriotic front tho American people act in n mild, natural way,
Englnnd says she won't,
there the'matter rests, awaiting
are putting on, we shall bo tho con
trolling power In the whole matter,
and that Englnnd will yet bow to the
will of tho American people. Tho
gold that has been flowing Into her
coffers will be returned to the people
an hundred-fold, and we shall lw the
great money center of the world; tho
finger-board points lu that direction.
When the war comes, the American
people will be as one man. There will
lw no party lines drawn; tltere will lw
no North, no South; the patriotism
of tho days of George Washington will
lw the ruling spirit. There will lw
the greatest rallying around the old
Hag that this country has over known,
and It will come from every quarter,
from Maine to Oregnnjfrom the Great
Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico, men will
Dr. K, V, F ma.
riirfllclati to (be In
valid' Hotel and
of llnflalo, N. Y.,
was the first to In
troduce a Little PHI
to the American
people. For all
laxative nnd ca
"Pellet" are superior In a (treat many
way to all mineral water, aedllu powder,
salt, caMoroll, frull nyrtip, laxative tea,
and other purgative compound. Made of
concentrated vegetable Ingredlcntu, the
act In n mild, natural way, Their second.
ary effect I to keep the liver active nnd tho
bowels regular, not to further constipate,
as i the case with other pills. They don't
Interfere in the least with the diet, habits
firltecclicr. Hehastllled the inwj.urillM f(ir ,,,, lllll(1 ,,,, Ilfl far.
lie nas .Hoami on inc pinions ni scusa
tlonallsm to (he uttermost parts of
tho earth. Wo hope ho has not fallen.
utirlnr? In nimu no limp 1(f1 In f1n 1mn
Wh.ltl ,1 n;-t!nn wiwllnl n nnrlnln nnlnf. ' "" "" ' ""' '" u,uu")"
., , '. , , ' of the Hevolutlon. "To arms! To
(.rhlgh-watormark there must come . , , ,, '
1 1 iinnsr- win oe me cry mac win go up
from the solid American people. Tho
a u-actiuu, and (ho law Is laid dewn:
Tho banquet to bu given on tho
night of Lincoln's birthday, February
22, under the ausplcccx of tho Multo
Itor Republican club, of Portland,
promises to he a notable affair. Already
more than a hundred tickets haro
been siKikcii for. Invitations lmvo
been went out to a scoro of the leading
Ilcpubllcaus of tho nation1 and to tho
governors of tho Pacific coast states.
Three governors at least will lw pres
entGovernor Lord, of Oregon; Gov
ernor McGraw. of Washington, aud
Oovcrnnr McConnell, of Idaho. A
big banquet at tho hotel will bo held
and a grand tlmo had.
HAKI) TIMES' FACTS.
Grover llearned something when ho
hauled down tho American Hag at
Hnwall. Ho learned thero wasa Mou
roo doctrine. He learned again when
ho put tho national treasury lu tho
hands of tho Morgan gold syndicate.
Ho will tesuo his next bonds to tho
Armenian people. Such a president
Is an expensive) luxury, but It Is ro
freshing to know he can learn something.
Thorpe, of the Cottago Grovonnd
Lcmatl Leader, has adopted a plat
form Unit will bring prosperity to Oregon-red
winter apple and Poland
China Bwtnc. Ho will do more good
for Lane county and Oregon than
Home men who go to congress.
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Tho Republican of Oregon should
sit tjdWn'eqiihllr hard on Grover' mid
Salem'a latest fad lu a poultry boom.
Well, we should cackle!
If arbitration is so potent, why not
glvo tho Armenians tlo lwnelltof It ?
Cleveland and Morgan.
Nkw Yonir, Jan. 0. A special to
I tho World from Washington says It Is
Kneuoui oyn senator, who bason
previous occasions represented tho
administration, that tho president
has definitely broken with tho Mor
gan syndicate. Mr. Cleveland, so the
senator says, Is Intensely angry with
Morgan, nnd declares that tho syn-
Ulcato'a action In preparing to tako a
loan was entirely unauthorized, nnd
has grcntly embarrassed tho govern-
moot, q'horrt will u ii. i...., .n ..
Cleveland there will bo uothlngleftff. I said, tlllcongress has a chance' to
them. If ltdwsn'ttherewlllbenoth act. nnd then It win M n.,i,nM i
Sometimes nimiu sufTers for being
too progressive. John lloldnock, of
Pennsylvania, Invented a Hying ma
chine, hut when ho tried It recently
tho people thought he was u devil and
tired rllles nt him until they brought
When tho Ilcpubllenn elephant has
stepped on Hnrvey Scott and Grover
Ingloft of It.
Tho Armenians would not be mam
orcd by tho thousands dally If the
mnglo touch of tho Monroe doctrine
could bo exteuded to them.
Until tho people learn to conduct
tho nominating conventions that se
lect tltolr legislatures they will gel no
reforms at their hand.
A Hepuhllcnn club at Portland Is
Mid to linvoQOof it mctulwwinoilce,
and tha other four ortf wndldStef for
deltgatc to the nttltiiiSV&iiYenilou.'
Itown HhohVsirerinan? I tho
vivKwiiaiffl latest cry. ThensV no;
IxHly good enough bu Grover. J
If tho president Is nblo to follow his
In the Beginning
of a now year, when tho winter season
of clasp oonttnanieut U only half gouo
many nnd that their hcalOi beglnsto
break down, that the least uraura
threatens sickness. It Is then as wen
ns nt All other times, and wit ionle
oven in good health, that tho fWow
Ing facts should be renembcred
wiiwly: that Hood's sSS
leads everything lu tho way Vt i nedi
elites; that It necompllghes tho greatest
cure io the world; ha the largest
largest bnlldliiff in hio world.doToted
!"J2!!Hfeffi?(n9i. ls thll not
ChiWrtn Cry for
titer," and thon comes the fall, and
great it ill lie tho fall England will
take. She will be brought low in the
dust, and her strength will lw tho
means of her downfall, and the map
of the world will see the greatest
change It has ever known.
The signs nil point to n grct dis
sension In the English government.
As soon as the queen dies, It will
break out In all Its fury. As
long as she lives, tho throno will bo
respected; but, should she die, and
her death can lw looked for at almost
nny time, will the muss of tho English
people permit it corrupt and nrlsto
emtio government to rulo nny longer?
She Is burdened with strain of paid
subjects that arc draining the country
nnd taxing the people, who arc already
crying out, "How long, Oh, Lord, how
long shall these things !??
I Iwllovo that, Hhould we have war
with England, she would have tho
worst war at homo. She has now
Hioro of this world than she can tako
caro of. Tho different count rtna Mint.
nrr under tho English yoko nrc only
biding tho tlmo whon they, In their
weakness can show that they nro
strong, I do not believe that, lncas,o
of tho queen's death, the Prlnco of
Wales would ever be allowed to go
upon tho throne. Thero would bo such
a strong protest go up from tho peo-
pio thnt It would throw tho whole
government Into n bitter war at
home, and then Canada.Ireland.Indla
nnd other countries would show their
Independence nnd tho yoke wpuld bo
lifted nnd their freedom declared.
I cannot bcllove,(tnklng tho history
of tho past, from tho tlmo of Moses
until now) that any natlou would bo
permitted to rulo or control the
world. Nations lu tlm imt. i,n v. -i-.i
It, nnd have tried It, and have paid
tlm 1 vi mi 1t- .. ...1 .. . .
- j " na sure as mo sun
rises nnd sets, England will go the
way tho rest have gone.
Neither will a corupt nation lw
permitted to stand; nt least, history
says so. Tho boasted strength ofn
nation has nothing to do with it; It
Is the right that will prevail In theso
great questions. Wo havo only to
take as an examplo tho Involution,
and wo will soo that, so far ns nower
and streuthwero concorned.they were
against us, but right prevailed and n
weak nation was mndo stromr. Evonr
uiuo mac was fought in Dlblo his
tory tolls the same otory. No matter
how strong the enemy or tho nation
was, if right was on tho weaker side
it wen: Gideon, with only 300 men.
routed nnd defeated the great Phlll-
stlno nrmy, with Its thousands of
trained men-utterly routed and de
feated them. Goliath comes next
boasting of his great strength, backed
by a mighty army of tho best trained
and equipped men or the day. "Come
on," Bald Goliath, "send a man, If
yon dare, and I will chaw him all up
nnd feed his flesh to the birds of tho
nlr;socomo on, you coward and I will
Jou," Tho next thlnGbllatb
or occupation, and produce no pain, grlp
Ing or suock to tuc aysiem.
Dr. Pierce' Tlcasant relicts care bil
iousness, sick and bilious headache, diz.
tineas, costiveness, or constipation, aour
stomach, loss of appetite, coated tongue,
Indigestion, or dyspepsia, windy belch
ing-s, " heart-burn," pain and distress after
eating, and kindred derangements of the
liver, stomach and bowels. These "Pel
lets" are casilr dissolved in the stomach
and absorbed Into the blood, stimulating a
flow of bite from the liver, and arousing to
activity all the glandular secretions. Thus
they act in nature's own way. In proof
of their superior excellence, it can be truth,
fully said, that they are always adopted
as a household remedy after the first trial.
Put up in glass vials, therefore always fresh
One little " Pellet " is a laxative, two are
mildly cathartic. As a "dinner pill," to
Sromote digestion, take one each day after
inner. To relieve distress from ovar
eating, they are unequaled.
They are tiny, sugar-coated granules;
any child will readily take them. Once
used, always in favor.
Accept no substitute that may be recom
mended to be "lust as trood." It tnzv be
belter for the dealer, because of paying
him a better profit, but he Is cot the oaa
vbo needs heft?.
remains of both nrmica of the Rebel
lion will come from every point of the
compass; they wllljcome In their old
age, maimed nnd Just on the brink of
tho grave; they will hold up to view
what they suffered and fought for; tho
wounds that they will hold up will bo
to tell their sons to go nnd do like
wise, defend the old flag, even though
It bo nt tho cost of a leg or arm, or
death, If need be.
Yes, I Iwllovo that It will come, and
tho American people will stand before
the world as the greatest nation thnt
ever existed. A. T. Gilbert.
VALLEY LqCAL NEVS.
Miss Ada Thomas, tho Ashland mu
sic teacher Is vlstlng her parents at
Howard Davis, student at the Unl
verslty of Eugene, Is the guest of Tur
W, C. Smith, of the University of
Oregon nt Eugene, Is visiting his par
G. W. Jones, principal of tho nub
ile schools, spent Saturdny In Salem, of this city,
Don ling returned to Corvnllls
Thursday nfter a two week's visit
with his parents of this city.
MiuKuiiuyca oi uregon uity was
cnllliig on Woodburn frlonda Friday,
J. II. Scttlcmeler nnd wife arrived
home from California Werlnoatinv
morning where they lmvo boon visit
ing tho past six weeks.
Tho Misses Alice and Lnuru Austin
went to Portland todny to bo ready
for school duties on Monday,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Hicks who
havo been visiting relntlves In Jeffcr
son returned homo Wednesday.
J. D. Gulss nnd llttlo daughter, of
Sllvcrton, spent a few minutes In
Woodburn last Wcdnesdny on their
way to Portland.
Mrs. L. W. Gulss, of Snlom, is in
Woodburn tho guest of S. I. Gulsa
Llttlo Miss Ethel Gulss came homo
Wednesday after a week's visit with
ner grunu-parents Dr. L. W. Gulss
and wire of Salem.
Died. At the family residence In
Woodburn of heart troublo last Mon
day Mrs. I). A. O'Brien. Funeral
took place at Gcrvnls Wednesdnj
Frank Cummins, braketuan on Sll
vorton Branch train, met with a pain
ful nccldent on Wednesday. wi,n
coupling tho train ono forefinger was
caught and badly mangled. Dr. J. L.
Shorey was called nnd amputated the
On Monday evening last a number
of tho friends of tho Misses Austin
gathered at the M. B. Parsonago and
marched in a body to tho homo of
theso young ladles, bent on glvinir
J. A, Eifceis and A. L. Feriruson
wero over at Drowusboro last week
visiting J. 1). Chappell and family.
Mrs. Allen, of Portland, was visit
ing In Medford a couple of d.iys this
week, the guest of Miss Eva Wilson,
Mrs. J. R. Cox nnd diiuitcr, of
Brownsville, visited over Sunday wit
Architect Bonnet and family.
Susannah Cook, stepdaughter o
Townsman J. S. Morgan, returner.
Tuesday from it few month's visi
with friends at Oregon City.
Miss Gertrude Weeks came up fn.n
Oakland, California, last week t
spend tho holidays with her parent
and friends nt Phoenix.
Mrs, 1), W. Crosby and tho bahlct
left Tuesday evening for Riddle.whor.
she will visit for a month or two wttl.
relatives and many friends.
R. P. FnuJ, a particular friend of
Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Woltcrs and
special agent for the Fireman's Fund
Iusuranco company, was here upon
business last week. W. T. York has
accepted the Medrord agency for this
company nnd Is figuring upon doing
quuo a ousiness ror them.
John Wllkle and family, of Pendle
ton, arrived In Medford Wednesflnv.
Mr. Wllkis is n son-in-law of II.Tnpp,
.1, J. Clieslrc, of Hodnvlllo, was In
the elly Friday,
0, W. ridkott vHitc'irJutictiou City
Ij. Ii. Honey and wife arrived home
Win. Wclwr, of Junction Clly,srcnt
Inst night In the city.
Herbert Knklti and wife returned to
Cottage Grove Friday afternoon.
Miss Anna Schwnder, of Aurora, has
returned homo, after a visit In this
city nt the home of I). Link.
Professors McElroy nnd Young nro
attending the state teachers' Institute
now being held In Portland.
Mrs. Grace Osborri, of Roscburg,
came up from Salem Friday nnd will
visit friends nnd relntlves In Eugene.
Misses Lena and Nellie Miller, who
have been visiting with their grand
father, J. C. Gray, In this city, re-!
turned home todny. I
J. F. Smith, of Ashland, was in the
J. Brooks returned Thursdny night
from it trip to California.
James Denning, of Looking Glass,
G. A. Spooner, A. M. Wcrum, of Oak
land, L. G.Dumbleton, of Winchester,
S. G. Long, of Yoncnlla, and N. E.
Brltt, of Newburg, were In the city
Fred McCrackcn, of Gardiner, was
lu the city Friday. He reports Al
Reed the coming man for state
senator. Gardiner is for him strong.
James Lyle, of Johnson City, Tcnn.,
a nephew of Mrs. D. F. Allison, ar
rived New Year's morning and will be
a citizen of Roscburg for a while.
Chas Hubbard, of Rice Creek, was
trading In tho city Friday.
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J m EaM
WUZ & MIESCKE, Props.
Dealars in all kinds of fresh and salt mcau
IjTFresh sausaeo a specialty.
171 COMMERCIAL ST.
32l Commercial st. Cottle Dlock
Successor to C. M Beck & Co.
Dost meats in tho city, Prompt delivery at
SALEM WATER CO.
Office: Willamette Hotel BullaV.
For water service apply at office. UilU
payable monthly in advance. Make all
complaints at the office.
Open spicket to prevent freezing, posi.
lively prohibited. Care should bo takco
If in danger of freczlntr to have ston nm?
waste gate closed seo section 3 rules and reg
ulation. No deduction in bills will beat,
lowed for absence or for anv cause whatever
unless water is cut of from premises.
W. A. Cusick
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Vim Antwerp
wero nt Central Point a couple of days
this week visiting with their friends,
J. II. Downing nnd family.
I G. L, Boone, of Yaaulna bnv arrived
In Medford yesterday and will resldo
In this part of tho country for somo
time. Mr. Boone was accompanied
Uy his son-in-law, II. c Nute, who
hnshcen at Yaqulna for 11 month's
A. B. 0. Dennlston, traveling rep.
tuiiuiwu! u mo ureal .Northern rail
road was In Medford last week, and
while here arranged with Real Estate
Agent W. T. York to handle tho
company's business lu this city.
Mr. and Mrs. A.Urlon, accompanied
by their daughter, Mrs. Eaton, two
SOUS and W. E. Phlnns nrrlrn.1 In
r i , . """VM SIS
ucuiora last Saturday evening from
cmicK, uumooklt county, Iowa
and will become residents of Jackson
P. E. Blrgo returned Sunday from
his quite extended visit, in Wm. v.,.
Miss Addlo Gleason lma l., iu
Ing her uncle, W. A, Gleason, near
QMr. and Mrs. T. G. Hopkins nro
1 nV ,. uPklus' othor, Mrs.
E. C. Small In Salem.
Mrs. J. G. Holcomb, wife of the U.
S. Engineer at the Bay, and children,
havo returned home from a trip East!
v, "cm met anno depot by Mr.
nolcomb nnd went to tho it. . .0
E. A. Nichols, Merchant of Philo
math, Is here visiting" with his parents,
.Mr. and Mrs. I. Nichols, and his
brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J,
Dr. V. '.. .Smith and wife of Eaulo
Creek, and U D. Lnrterettnnd wife, of
Oregon City, were recent visitors of
Or. il. F. Svvlek nnd family.
irs. .1. Mnnts, who has been se
riously 111 for several weeks Is recover
ing. Miss Myrtle McDanlels.of Ncwberg,
ts bote visiting Mr. nnd Mrs, A.
Djtmorlng this week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. George Shlpman have
moved to town, nnd arc living In tho
Powell house, comer of Third nnd
Bert Lowo came up from Portland
tho first of t.lm voor nrwl vloUn.l nt ir
M. Hiimlltnn',. cnv..-.,! .!.... HARRY TOWN. PROP.
,,, , uu'i'' txpress, baggage and all kinds cf work
. A. Forrest nnd EIIz.ilvMi V. done promptly. Leave orders at Patton'i
Romlngton, of Whlteson. wore imtti ?'0ft'' "-3-d"
in marriage at tne M. E. parsonage,
Dayton, by Rev. L. F. Belknap, on
New Year day, 1890,
Transact a general banking business.
Capital Transfer Co,
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Baths! Baths) Bathsl
Go to the porcelain baths, six baths
forl. Children's hair cutting, under
12 years of age,15 cents.
W-lm J. C. Mills, Prop.
Through His Nervine Is a Etoa-
efactpr to Thousands."
Meets all mail and passenger trains. Bag.
gaje and express to all parts of the city..
Prompt service, Telephone Na 70.
. JAMES RADER.
INSURANCE.-!. N. Ferguson, agent for
Western Asjurance of Toronto, Phoenix of
London, New Zealand Insurance company
and the Etna Life and Accident, has
moved his office in with the Globe Real
estate office, up stairs in post office build-'"g-
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cancer, old ulcers, piles, tumors, fistula
sciatic rheumatism.catarrh and minor disease.
Wc have a combination oil which is workine
wonder. Address, II. Heckman,
Uox 169. Traveling Agent, Eugene. Or.
jk Scientific American
m Agenoy for
vent to tho Bay this
Miss Mabel Brmrner, the klndergart
oner, returned fromatrlp toPortland.
She will open tho school on next Mot
wiem a surprise. To sav the 1ph. )i,
supriso was complete and tho evening I A Vloa&ant surprise party was ten.
was pleasantly spent In games nnd rtetel y Cusick New Year's nicht
...H.w Ut4COIlllllUlIJ WAM CACtM, . "J VVIV 111 Ills
during tho evening.
Last Saturday evening after the
military drill A. Ford Invited a num
bcr of tho members over to his resl
denco where Duplicate Whist was in.
dulged In tiil quite n Intnlim, rM
Ford served tho comrwnv win. .u I
.ui cuko anu cotree. Those tmm
Bert Wight, John Swan and Char
ley Donaca, students in the Albany
college, spent their vacation atS
nnen: NedCarlAtn,, ), ?. r
nf th,.."':: ""&-tiiscinie
.' ""e, ns niSO homo n f.
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,TUSi"2yS? "aa rrM iadbooK writ to
nuiySIJZJ10 Ml B0")wat. Naw Yoar.
Sert 1 boron foi cnrta paunu la America.
S,r.??rRiuJ?'uk,nou'bJru,l brought berore
m puUlo by Botloe glTn ro otcliarco la tM
UU a lu non-polwriea
iflOtAUV fnp llAnnrrhm.
homo a few
I'"; ....0ra.an(1. Zcnas Copelad,0f Toledo.
wore, Prof. Hollenbach, Walter H o v. inn ytmlayontheway
Johnnnn .RimTi J J ". "' to Victoria. B . CL wlmr ,1 ...
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Johnoon, Elmer Flntrer. J. n .in)in.,' l?.
Robt.WmandDont.., u' hn,P
vlVl xmtln trJP. the
same vessel pftt was onlast year.
TV WIDELY known WUcoaaln pttWUrtr
Jh who rctldea at Onn Bay, wriMa
A March 6th. 1885, follow.; ' """
Five joam ago I became so nerrona that
mental work waa a burden. I conld not reat
at night on account of tleapleaaataa. Uy
attontlon waa called to Dr.MtleiBSiitora.
tiro Hervlne, and I commenced to uu it
with the rery beat effect. Since then I
hare kept a bottle In my house and use It
-Mvuo.pfaj nerrea oecomeunstrune.wlth
al waya the same rood roault m. . ,
Dr. Miles' tkMltf(BerToata
Nervine incce. I hTerecoa.
R Pctnrpo nded It to many and
KCSlOreS tt cur, them. Allwha
Health lV,r lom ,ty
u !.-. trouble, ahonld try It,
It Ja free from narcotic., perfectly harm
leas, and yet soothe, and atrenjthen. Dr.
Ml ea, through hU Nervine 1. nbenfactw
tort" A. 0. LEHMAN.
t ,tofr11an,d PPrtetor of Dsa Lakdsiuk.
Dr. Miles' Nervine U old on fuarant
flrrt bottl. will btett or saoMy JSuWk
chirgM, or any Intlimrat.
rriMUwua ,jon s mocoui nim.
THtEfUtOHIUieuCa bnnra. N011 -aitrlngeat.
Said by DrnccUta,
pr wat In plain wraprjr.
li.ou, or a hoitliH. ti.Ti.
Circular aent ou mjneit.
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