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Maeksville Times: Last Saturday a ment bore a bad name. He did not know HEAVY DAMAGES Look Out (.19 for Youth's The Little Rock, Mississippi River A Texas railwaylwas sold to Jay Gosld for 50,000. Fob Tbboat Diseases, Coughs, Cows, effectual relief is found in the use of "Brown' Bronchial Troches" Prioe Mete. The excavators at Pompeii have discovered, near the eastern gate, a new street of tombs. AlDeep Mystevy.

Wherever yon ere located you should write to Hallett Portland, Maine, and receive free, full information about work that you can do and live at home, making thereby from $2 to $25 and'upwards daily. Borne have made over $60 in a day. All is new. Hallett fc will start you. Capital not needed.

Either sex. All ages. No olass of working people have ever made money so fast heretofore. Comfortable fortunes await every worker. All this seems a deep mystery to you, reader, but send along your address and it will be cleared up and proved.

Better not delay; now is the time. A Rochester, N. man voted sixteen times at the late election before he got oaught at it. $1500 Prize lira To bejls Jan. 1st In Eight Chapters Illustrated.

BLlfJD BROTHER." TU of the Mines. Two Millions of People Will Read It. Companion is published weekly. Price, $1.75 a Tear, Specimen copies free. Please mention this paper.

Address PERRY KASCfl 37 Tercpte Place, Ceston, tisst' nnDXcksoNaSi 1 1 it aU little boy of Augustas Payer waa killed a hay frame that wna loft leaning aKaiBBt a buildm. mie tne inue fellow was passing under it, it slipped and fell upon him breaking his neck and causing instant death. The parents have the sympathy of the entire! neighborhood. Dr. D.

H. Smith, of Mason City; Iowa has been fined t60 for neslectins to repor eases of scarlet fever to the board of health. Salvation Oil the celebrated American remedy for cuts, bruises, sprains, burns, scalds, chilblains, can be had of all druggists. It kills pain. Prioe twenty-five cents.

Drying Tomatoes. In Italy an extensive business is car ried on in drying tomatoes. They are dried in preference to beiDg canned. The tomatoes are allowed to remain on the vines until they are quite ripe, when they are picked and pressed into bags made of coarse cloth, which allows the pulp to press through, while the seeds and skins are retained. The pulp is then spread out thinly on cloth, boards shallow dishes, and exposed to the sun to dry.

When it bas beoome quite dry it is broken up fine or ground, and put into boxes or bags and sent to market It is largely used in Boups, but much of it is employed as we do tomatoes preserved in tins or other cons. New remedies and old ones under new names are being constantly introduced to the nnblio. but Dr. Bull's Couch Syrup still takes the lead for the cure of Coughs, Colds eta Annie Caldwell, deaoribed as 16 years old and inclined to be quite pretty, dis appeared from her parents borne, at Great Bend, Thursday. It was learned that she took the early east-bound train on the Santa Fe and was traoed as far as Kansas City, where all clew to her whereabouts was lost The case was plaoed in Chief peers' hands, and yesterday he ascertained that she was stopping at the home of a friend on East Twelfth street, She was brought down to the Central police station and proved to be a strap pine big countiv lass.

She acknowl edged to the chief that she had a long ing to beoome an actress, ana saia sue thought nature had fitted her for the stage. It waa an impossibility to grati- her ambition at home, because nor parents made strenuous objections. And she thought by coming to Kansas City she would readily find an opening. Chief Sneers gave her a lecture ana teiegrapn ed her father of her presenoe in Kansas City. For Oood PurDOBf ft.

Mrs. M. A. Dauphin of Philadelphia, well known to the ladies ot that city from the great good she has done by means of Lydia E. Piakham'.

Vegetable Compound. She writes Mrs. Pinkham ot a recent interesting case. "A young married lady came tome suffering with severe case ot Prolapsus ana Ulcera tion. She commenced taking theUom pound and in two months was fullg re stored.

In proof of this she soon found herself in an interesting condition, in, fluenoed by foolish friends she attempted to evade the responsibilities oi maturity, After ten or twelve days she came to me again and she was indeed in a most alarming state and Buffered terribly. 1 gave her a table-spoonful ot the com pound every hour for eight hours until she fell asleep, she awoke much relieved and evidently better. She continued taking the Compound, and in due sea son she became the mother of a fine healthy boy. But for the timely use of the medicine she believes her life would have been lost." Tour Dmeelst las Hie comsomLlL $1 per bottle. How to Keep Christmas.

Charles Dickens. He had no oither intercourse with spirits, but lived entirely on the total abstinence principle ever afterwards; ana it was always Baid of him that he knew how to keep Christmas well, any man alive possessed the knowledge. Mav thttt be truly said oi us, ana an of us I and bo, as Tiny Tim observed "God bless us every one." Yonnsr or middle-aired men, suffering from nervous debility and kindred weak nesses, should send ten cents in stamps for the larpe treatise giving euocessrui treatment. World's Dippensary Medical Associa tion, Buffalo, Is. x.

Tt-o. in fW. Inn. nt mrt aisdan AVrV year from the oars at a single station on a Pennsylvania road. "One Kali Drives Out Another," in a French eayinff that finds exemplifica tion in the way one disease will substitute itself for another and graver one, in very mfiTir CHUM.

Liver disease for inatantie wi noon induce Diooa aisoruers, inronv nu- mnnt. skin affections and eventuiuy, be, mn or miDOverienea Diooa. coHirampuun itelf, unless, indeed, it be treated in its in-oipiency and earlyprogress by Dr. Pierce's "Uolden Memosi discovery wmon ao.o a urinific in these ailments. aooompHshing a rapid cure by its powerful alterative action upon the great organs oi tne Doay.

A Washington territory Indian is re. ported to have caught and landed, without help, a 600-pound sturgeon. Tonr Friends will Never Tell Ton, hut nerhnna somebody, who isn't four friend will, that your presenoe is rendered offensive bv the foul, fetid smell of jour breath. Every word you utter, though it be the very echo oi wisdom ana poetry, aisgueis your hnnrxrs. and vonr lunch is Droduotive ot any thing but mirth to them.

It is a duty you owe, not only to yourself, but to ooiety to remove this cause of offence. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy will heal the diseased mucous membrane, will bring relief to yourself and others. Do not hesitate to employ it. "Consumption can be Cored." Da.

J. 8. Combs, Owensville, Ohio, says: "I have given Scott's Emtjlsioh of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophosphites to four patients with better results than seemed possible with any remedy. All were hereditary eases of Lung disease, and advanced to that stage when Coughs, pain in the chest, frequent breathing, frequent pulse, fever and Emaciation. All these cases have in creased in weight from 16 to 28 and are sot now needing any medLrfne." that Phillip the proprietor, had been com polled to leave Wellington end olese his borne owing to publio indignation at the filthy way in which it was kept.

He did not know what business Messrs. Stabler, Martin and Jennings were engaged in at MoPherson. He had sever been admitted to their households. He did not remember when he met Rent Jennings, May Stabler or Carrie Martin. The last named girl had told him that she was 16 years old.

The other two girls had told him they were past fifteen. On the 11th day of September, 1885, Miss Stabler and Miss Martin came to the hotel and asked the witness to take a walk with them. He com-plied with the strange request of two little girls asking a stranger 24 years old to take a walk with them. In company with Miss Martin and Miss Stabler he walked about a half mile out from the hotel. This was about 1 o'clock in the afternoon.

They went out to the railroad and sat on tne Dana for the purpose of talking. The only object he had in going out that far was to sit down. There were no other places to go to sit down and talk. He went to this isolated place in company with the girls be cause they ask him to go. He did not do or try to do anything while he was there.

From the place where he was, there was a house distant about 300 feet, he thought He was with the girls about half an hour when Mr. Stabler came upon them. During this half an hour he did nothing at all. He took no improper liberties with the girls When Stabler oame np he (Stabler) called him (the witness) hard names and told him that he must leave town. Stabler took the girls and started towards the city.

The witness followed np behind and finally he took a different route from that which Stabler took and proceeded to the Union hotel. Shortly after the witness arrived at the hotel Stabler came np and asked him if he was going to leave town. To this the witness replied that he was going to leave. Stabler then related the facts of the witness connection with the girls to the crowd in the hotel. Stabler had drawn a pistol on him in the cloakroom, and threatened him.

Shortly after this Stabler went for the sheriff. When the sheriff oame, this officer advised the witness to leave town as he was in iminent danger of being killed. The witness told the sheriff that he was innocent of any charge of attempting to defile the girls. When he was down on the bank with the girls alone they talked about everything in general. The girls said that they intended to run away with a traveling company.

He gave them no advise whatever in regard to the matter. A few day before he went down to the railroad bank in company with the girls, Miss Sta bler wrote him a note telling him to be at the Methodist ohuroh at 7:30 in the evening and they would go buggy riding. He went down to the ohuroh as per appointment, and in company with Miss Martin and Miss Stabler he went riding for about an hour. They (the girls) furnished the rig, and he went out at their invention. During this time he undertook no improper liberties with the girls.

At this point the court adjourned until 9 a. m. to-day. CAPITAL CHAT. Items of Interest Gathered at the State House Yesterday.

CHABTEBS. The following arrticles of incorporation were filed in the offloe of the secretary of state yesterday: "The Topeka Stone Sawing company," of Topeka. Capital stook, $5,000. Directors: Charles S. Elliott, R.

St. Clair Morrison and P. H. Gill, of Topeka, and J. S.

Talbot, of Kansas City, Missouri. The object of the company is to cut and saw by steam all kinds of stone, and especially capital sand' stone. 'The Union Investment company," of Abilene. Capital stock, $10,000. "The Lyons Town company." Capital stock, $8,000.

"The Knights of Labor Manufacturing association," of Caldwell The purpose of the organisation is to manufacture wagons, bug giesand agricultural implements. Capital stock, $15,000. THK ROCK ISLAND. The Koad Contracted to be Built to tbe Line of Reno County Topeka Commonwealth. Mr.

Cooper, right of way agent of the Rook Island railroad company in this city, returned yesterday from Atchison, where he has been in consultation with President low and other officials concerning matters of importance. Mr. Cooper states that right of way has been secured and contracts let for the con struction of the Rock Island railroad main linens far as Reno county and as far as Wichita on the southwestern branch, Right of way has been arranged for satisfactorily in the counties of Wabaunsee, Morris, McPherson and through portions of Marion and Reno counties. President M. A.

Low departed yesterday for Chicago, where he will consult with high officials of the Rock Island company. ANOTHZB FBOP08TTIOH. The Chicago, Kansas Western railroad company have submitted a proposition to the people of Lane county to extend what is known at the Great Bend extension from its present terminus at Ness City through the county of Lane to Dighton, in consideration of which the railroad company will ask aid from the county In the sum of $100,000. SPIKES. It Is now quite generally believed that in a short time tbe Chicago, Burlington Quincy railroad will enter Kansas, and just as soon as it does Topeka can rest assured that she will be touched by the great system.

One of the most important matters in railroad way which can be imagined for the benefit of Topeka Is the construction of line between here and Council Grove. Mr. D. B. Robinson, general manager of the Colorado Midland company, and form erly general manazer of the Atlantic Fa cifio road, was in the city yesterday Judge H.

T. Waldo, solicitor of too Santa Fe for New Mexico, was in the city yester day. Georcre H. Fnllerton, a railroad man Riverside, was in the city yesterday, of be I New volume of poems will next month Ai viuui wn vi pvv u-i a a uwmo' by or is a DEMANDED IiZ K. C.

WESTOS FOB V.OCGH TEtATMEST. The Caie of Weston Stabler et a. Come up In the Culted StateB Circuit Court Borne of the Sensational Features ef the Caie Developed by Seaterday's Evidence. Topeka Commonwealth. The case of E.

0. Weston vs. J. W. Stabler, J.

Martia and Mr. Jennings, came np yesterday in the United States court before Judge Brewer. This oaae has attracted wide spread attention oyer the entire state, owing to the numerous sensational features, and as a consequenoe the circuit court room was yesterday quite oomfortably filled by spectators who had BBsem. bled for the purpose of hearing the et-idenoe. It will be remembered that Weston brings Buit against Messrs.

Stabler, Martin and Jennings for damages in the sum of $25,300, for injuries which he sustained at the hands of the above named parties, who, under the impression that Weston had attempted to defile their daughters, compelled him to leave McPherson. Captain J. B. Johnson, F. B.

Webster, W.J.Travis and John D. Milliken are representing the defendants in this case. Hon. John Martin, of this city, Worts Hyer and Luoien Eai le, of MoPherson, are representing Weston in this case. Yesterday afternoon some little time was spent in securing a satisfactory jury, but the difficulty having at length been bridged, Mr.

Luoien Earle, on behalf of Weston, made a statement of his client's case to the jury. Mr. Earle Baid that the plaintiff would endeavor to prove that the three defendants had uselessly and without cause threatened the life of the plaintiff Weston. That they had forced him to leave the city of MoPherson, and had by force overpowered him, attached a rope to his neck and by tightening the same had caused Weston to beoome unconscious. All the actions of the defendant originated from the false belief that Weston had attempt to defile the three daughters of the defendants, whereas he was merely carrying on a harmless flirtation with them with no bad ormalioious intent For the defendants, Mr.

John D. Milliken made a statement of their side of the case to the jury. Mr. Milliken dwelt upon the fact that the defendants were all three re-Datable business men of McPherson. Wes ton came to McPherson in September of 1885.

and in a short time he picked np an acquaintance with the three daughters of the defendants, all Bchool Bins aged 1. wee ton's reputation before coming to McPherson was bv no means clean. Directly atf er he had succeeded in making the acquaintance of the girls he had made open boasts that he would accomplish their ruin. He took them out buggy riding, and while with them his conduot and actions indioated what his object was. On September 12th, 1885, ha had taken the three girls to a seoluded spot and there he renewed his lascivious con duct.

He alao attempted to persuade them to run away from home, and the cirls in their, innooenoe had proposed to first make known their in tentions to so do to their parents. This Weston told them they must not do, as it would spoil everything. He proposed to write them excuses, whereby they might be excused from school iu order that they might be in his company. He had taken the girls out in a barouche and had saturated their handkerchiefs with chloroform, and attempted to stupefy them in order tb.Rt.he mieht be enabled to defile them. When the fathers learned of this oonduot they were naturally indignant They told Weston be must leave the city, and he did so, but re tamed in two days.

He was again told to leave, and acts were committed to induoe him to do so. Whatever was done, Mr. Milliken said, was done to protect the chil dren. Weston's Testimony. E.

C. Weston, the plaintiff in the case, was the first witness called to the stand. He tee tilled that he was 25 years old, and that he had resided in McPherson in 1885; was clerk at one of the hotels. He received $30 per month and board. He first became ac qnainted with Messrs.

Stabler and Martin in September, 1885. He bad had quite an ex perienoe with Mr. Stabler. Stabler had ob jected to him (the witness) keeping company with his daughter. Stabler had placed a pii tol to his head and asked him to leave town.

In compliance with this demand he (Wes ton) had left the city and gone to Florence and Ellin wood, and two days later he rs turned to McPherson. Here he was again waited upon by Stabler, Martin and Jen ningsand three pistols were placed at his bead and he was again told by these three parties that he must leave the city. Finally a rope was placed around his neck.and from then on he did not remember muoh. He was unconsoious in fact, choked. Finally he was placed in a wagon by force and driv.

en to Galva, a station a short distance from McPherson, where he was placed on the train and sent to Florence. He had been out of employment after he was compelled to leave McPherson, up to November 9, 1685. He had been employed after that time in Kansas City in different ways. He had no trade or profession, but had always been hotel clerk. The rough handling which he had reoeived at the hands of Messrs.

Stabler and others had caused an abrasion of the skin on the neck of the witness. This was brought about by the rope which was placed about his neck. When the rope was first placed around his neck it was about 10 o'clock in the morning, in front of the Mer chants hotel, at McPherson, in the main etreet of the town. About 100 people were attracied by the incident The witness being cross examined by Cap tain Johnson, testified that he was a single man. He had resided in Kansas since December, 188 3.

lie had commenced work as a hotel clerk in '881. Captain Johnson then entered upon a rigid cross examination of the witness. He compelled Weston to give an account of himself for the tiine years prior to the time he arrived at McPherson, in September, 1885. The witnesti testified that he had clerked at the Phillip bouse at Wellington. Ha denied that the establish Con.pEnicn titrlfy the BLOOD reRnlate IVKR and KIDNEYS and the HEALTH HndVIG-of VOU1H.

Dyeiwpaia.Want Afipetite, ot treiiRtb and 1 irad Feeling ab aolutelr uured: mu. i)le and pervea receive new tne mlna 1,1 ftnmjliee bruin Power. I tti poliM totlieir eerwlll find IUltiBJI tlJ In DR. BAKTEH 8 IBON TONIOBsnfo uud epeedvciire, taveeacleer, Heal, tliycotnpleiion. Frwinent nttempta at conntijrleit.

ingonlrail'l to Uie poiularil ef the original. Ave aotezperiineut rHC uie uuiuiKauai Or. HARTCR'1 LIWrT PILLS Cure C'onaupation. Liver Comolaiut and BIca Headache. Hnmple UiM ana iJreara uuu mailed on raociyt I two oenla 1 a poataga.

A1. Dr. Hurler Medicine St. I onl, Mo. WI2ARD f(IJUIiL3S aft JBn fi-- a at Hae mmu neartlly enjoyed by ihe citiwne O.

nearly every town and city in the United 8tata Idarvolnna Ouroe have been performed, and wit neatied by Uionaant la of people, who enn testify tt Tim woNUf.uFui, HrM.mo rovu or ISaiin's VJizard IT BAB NO EQUAL FOU TUE CUBE OF RHEUMATISM. NEURALGIA.TOOTHACHE.FARMHE, HEADACHE. CATAHHH. CROUP. SOHE THROAT, LAME HACK.

CONTRACTED C0R03, BTIfF JUINTS, SPRAINS, BRUISES, BURNS, And Many Other Puins Caused by Accident or Uiteass. ItisBiife and etirn, di)en it work quickly and ariveauniverHl untiHfaelion. For aalo by druuidta DurH.i!i;iJiiiltniHilDdIrtiotoeTeryood Address WtZAHD C1L COMPANY, CHICAGO The OC1KHS' aVIDM ltird Sept. avnd Slarchf i en year. 313 ya'a, H'illVi Indies, wltb ove llluBtratlon a wliole 1'ltture uaucrjr.

UIVKS Wliolcaale Prices all rood for peraonal ox tlamlljr tue. Telia how to enter, and gtvea exact coat of everjrw thins: won uae, eat, drink, wear, or ru wltU. I'lietw ISVALUABLB liUOKS roataln Information ftlcanf from the markrtl of te world. We wUl utaU a vof HlliM to may ad-dreaa npon receipt of 10 eta. to defray izpenae of mall luff.

Lt na bear trout yon, Ilaieciully, MONTGOMERY WARD CO. t1 de t29 Wabejili Chlra-e, 111. has us, few, and e)l tw lr Impeif ivtloni, Ivrlmllnir rlitl le'-' llr ridid h.iie J'or, ll.rih nrt, Molh, H'-d Koae, Aitna, Hla ii.i.i a tlliiv ami their tivljiH nL P. J-n rVH, I i 'Tvl! "mi iltioiu H.w. fiarr.

by ft ipMiai nmnj. Lnarftw rMjuubitv i-iU AiiU-lHll rU IV una Pdm bl. Atini(Kiit4, or bj nU im bi I.tH e-a a at. aT I I 914 Knneinii ATt-mtf, InneLkH, hm, SnwrlflHP OKFICKBS'l'ajf. Ilowoty.

Me. lljil ulUll 0 1 Wrl't clrciilnraand law. Free. A. W.

MoCORMICK A6QW, Cincinnati, O. F. A. LKHM Rolicitir 1) C. Hnid for Cirmlitr.

Onillfi'; Morphine Hallt Carrd IT ILILtf In 10l liOrtMjrit. Nojim till eured. Un. J. Bi-bthcks, Lebanon.

Ohio. ivri'tl WAJtrmi for Dr 8oott' hean tiful Electric Coraeta, Krusne nniokaale. Territory Kiven, wtiHfurtiiin i toed. Ad I'lt. IT, Hfi ItroHdway rub ran RUPTURE 1 u.

I ft I 'in fnf Dr. J. A. HiiKKMAii'a fmiitiHa Home Treatment, l.nl.. uttnritnta fvmifnrf, find Rnra without operation or Mmlraneefrom luborl No etwl or Iron bantla I J'erieet rntoniiou niniitenn dnv.

Nochnlinit. Buitedtoell aea. owjo NI.Y. Kend for rtrcuiurof niwiBureraeiiM, in-dtrnctiona and Oft eur.it nt hi me and happy. DR.

J. A. SHERMAN, 294 Broadwa' WewYerk. I Ti fr. Ton Uaaon iealea, ry Hup.

l.erli)M, araa J3C30. fcTX 1 oi. anrt 11ra FOR SALE-A power engine of tieortte Tift 'a moke, in aood condition, ready for delivery nt Topeka, Kan. Addreee Topeka VowerJ Topeka. Kan.

mm wanted a1 IB the WABKICT Lnlwereal td tor," ll'O pezf, 470 illnstration; pneee aolil. fxelnBire territory and 1 beral term are off'-red. Addreea KaksaS la-B. 1' WeetNirdh Wreet. KanaaCity Itniir fiTriT.

MeennTa bnaineea educa'i'rtl FIUihL In-' ail. from 1), Bnffal. I. I 79-5 JTWhen auawenug taeee advertise tnente tceatinn Uiii paper. M4s THE CKLT TRnB 1 TAPS i Cleanses the scalp, and leaves the hair soft and beautiful.

Hall's Hair Renewer. If you have any form of throat or lung dis ease, take Ayer's Cherry Peotoral. An English firm has iast reoeived a ver- diot of $10,000 in a libel suit against a New xors lawyer. Nervousness and Dyspepsia Cured By Caeteo's Little Nkbvb Pills. Twenty- five cents.

Three-fourths of the members of the leg islature elected at the last election in Arkansas are less than 80 years of ago. FATKlSTSOtainertbyJ-ioiiie HncRpr Attorney Washington, D. C. Kat'd lotU. Advice free.

A hotel exclusively for colored people has been opened up in New Orleans. Iw afflinted with Sore Eyes, use Dr. Iiaao Thompson's Eye Water, Druggietseell it. 25c -The convicts at Sing Sing made $5,000 clear profit for the state of New York last month. During the war Dr.

Lloyd, of Ohio, from exposure coutraotel consumption. He says: "I have no hesitation iu saying that it was by the use of Allen's Lung Balaam that I am now alive and enjoying perfect health." Don experiment with new and untried medicines. If you have a cough oroold, take at once Allen's Lung Balsam. Washincton policemen are required to wear white gloves and carry canes while on duty. Weakly Women with Tale, Colorless faces need Cabteb's Ibon Pills.

There are twenty negroee in North Caro lina who are worth $30,000 each, and they are all democrats. To eet relief from indigestion, billious- ness, constipation or torpid liver witnout disturbing the stomach or purging the bowels, take a few doses of Carter's Little Liver Pills, they will please you. The shoemakins industry at Bkowhegan, is said to have been ruined permanent ly by labor troubles. TFTTFF A member of the Pioneor Press etattT trouble! for eleven years with obstinate Tetter on his hande, has completely cured it in leBS than a month, by Uie use or uoie uaroou, naive. Pioneer Presi, St.

Paul. Ten thousand acres of undeveloped land in Mississippi will be put in cultivation by northern capital next year. A new treatment for whooping cough, high ly recommended and reported to be prompt and effectual, is a two-per-oent solution oi resorcine inhaled in form of spray by aid of a hand atomizer, the inhalation to be practiced during about five minutes every three hours. As resorcine is a reoontiy aisooverea nowerfal disinfectant or eerminoide its prompt aotion in relieving whooping-cough is an additional nroof that this dinease is one of the germ diseases, that it is the result of irritation caused by the lcdmentof minute spores in the delioats me mbranes of the air passages, am tnat tne pereistant gourd is nature's method and effort to dinlodce the intruders. From Dr.Foote Health ltontn VSPEPSIA 1m ft dftturerrm.

well dintraninK oomplainX nofrlected. Mods, ujr unpainin nmnmra, euiu prerminR the tone of ftyittMlU, to prapu Wftf fur ryij -TKC 3 FSTTGWIC 3 Quickly eomp1itijr nrre 1 jirHia hi 11 In forma, llPfirlburn, lt lihlng, Tumi MB Ilia 1. 1, anrf nnriiiMM hliMid-tit itUQ- Utf the appetite, Mid aids tb Mwnilation of 1'Hid. MiM M. Eihklk, PiMja, Kaiium.

ay: ''K'W the part two rari 1 have mlf nmd with Dypepta in an aKirraVHtd torm. all kinda of food cauaina; much diatresa. I trwd rariona remedial without rliif. I hare ni(d Bniwn'i iron llittara for two month ano1 rnred Oan now eat with imptmitjT Ma. F.

Mocklar, Topeka, aayi: aui fared rmatli with Oyflmimia. 1 need varimii rem. dies without benefit, brown'a Iron Bitten, hna nu. thin dtntreMnna oomDlaiut. Uenuine haa auore Trade Mark and ornamd red Hnet on wrapper.

Take an other Madeorilfbj UltOWN HFHII AK HAI.TJMOKK. M. IT ISA PUfltLfVEbf'-TABLE FtHAHAliONl CtKMA-MANORAKE-BUCHU AND OrHEfl (tyJAUr tff ICIEMT REMEDIES It has stood the Test oi Tears, la Curing all Diseases or the ELOQJJ, L1VX.K, B1UJH- ACH, It Purifies the Blood, Invigorates and Cleanses the By stem. Hi BITTERS CURES AliOlSEASESOFTHt LIVER KIDNEYS STOMACH I AND -lit jr rvi JAUTJDICE; disappear at once under its beneficial influence. It li purely a Medicine as its cathartic properties forbids its use as a beverage.

I is pleasant to the ttite, and as esslly taken by children as adults. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO Hole Proprietor, StXoci and KjUikas Crrr ALLDRUGGISTS priceIdollar SN amiFPTlIF ft I Jp i oL- iifffilii I3IJ-I 11 Irl IU rrrnTi i Hi r. 7 Ms a itr, ji DOES NOT BURN OR BLISTER. REQUIRES NO RUBBING. fa ffaaaaa Cures Coffin JotntXameneia, UQ and Tender Feet, Sweeny, btove Uruiaed Shoulders, Poll F.ll,FiBtiila.8prUDgKnoe,Cocked Ankle, Ulceration of the Foot, Bore Bhoulclen Breast, Corns In Hones Feet, Foun Jor.io.

Pa ForHuseularRheumatlgm.Nau wQ Lame Haok and general bodily pains A aohet Sold by DruggltU. 18 oi. Bottle 1.00, 4 oi. Bottls 60 oti. raiFAlID ONLY BV r.

JACKSON St Quincy, Illinois. plys CATARRH CREAM BAll it wonderf ul hou quicK Ely't Cream Balm ha helped and cured me. I tuffertd. from acute Inflamma tion in my note and head. For a week at a time could not fm eet.llr.

Georgie Si Judton, Hartford, Conn, HAY-FEVER A rtlela il applied lata aaeb Boatril and ia arrwlMa te nat. rrloe Ml ct. far nail or a druggiata. Send loroiroa lar. 1LVHHU frfKHB, Druggl.ta, Owego, N.

Y. $5 to SB a dev. Samnlea worth 1 1 KKKK. Llnr not undur tne hornta feet. Write Breweter arety Rem Hoiaer Hony, mioii.

Curud at Hume. Treatment il I 1 1 BJf llnlkl. I I null fuuaivMwviiicu, eruiBj.uw. lit Humane JXemedy l-uFayetle, Ind. AGENTS WASTED r-rniLUV, rr malrliift Kut, JtJ Uo.i.Ik, MitteiiH.etc.

an( m. Hou, nR. tni.ui ita RKK F. ab TOLJEIiO, Ufiiu. WE WANT YOU I tfZSZKiXXi prafltabla raplortnent to mproeent ua In evor emiiitr.

Sahu7 pt per month and ariK'nMa. or larce oomnilamon on aalea If ireferrd. Good, utapla. ene burar Outfit and parUciilan Free. UTASDAJiD S1L tUWAlUC Co, UUblUN, MASS setei Tmm mm in for tho Price.

tWEAK. NERVOUS PEOPLE jina WiMwrm run ennaj- iroei Tmrvous dnhllity rieclin of outtK or old rt ffjrne'i fumoui fAmetrm Mftcnt-tto It- Thouii-ii kavsi h-n mirrd. Eleetrlcf feara. Whole famiiy Rnaaenaerleafrea will ami It cu wtmt lam t. MrHrl Itatiuni ud boglM coropanieri.

iTneri Tt iBMIBArif. WILniBeU IWItaV- inir-rr Cuptar 7UO cum in'Oe rnn mi i i aifirti a. W. J. HoRMt, iHvtsTpg, t8l Wabash Chicaco.

CATARRH, HEADACHU, ASTHMA, NEURALCIA, Qntelcl; lij tn rn.kmaii'i Slanlkol eMtl fav eoatlDuteii atte erfHot rnra. HaUa laoUea rnanateae er aumef refunded. It lan from li Hcatoa I ana year. ITiea eeatai bj Kail at ancaiafc Oimul vra natlaa oe applimuoa. H.

D. CUSHMAN, Three Rivera, Mich. JOSEPH GILLOTTS STEEL PENS COLD MEDAL PARIS EXP0SITI0M-I878. THE MOST PERFECT CF PENS 00D ENOUGH FAIRLY OIL The not eraetleal, taira trtrA Oti Can the mrlt. Lae are fllleddlract br tbevenpwitlioat Hitlrif ean.

Me ripflnc ell an rtoer er Takls. Ko matieet to keak and aate emtaati or eaeee exptoetnne. Ctoaea perfertly akr Htrtat. lk.vre-e -araUaa- Abeelatelr Bare. Dost be Hnmkncsed with wnrtlileea rmrtatkma.

Bit? tbe waa. Eaaafk." MaoTd. vranELB Burt co Warren, Ohio. i GOOD ENOUGH br rii-at-naaa teeavlere KetTWkerav CrrLUS BT alOBB-LilS. C3 issued in London by Browning and.

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About Avilla Democrat Archive

Pages Available:
126
Years Available:
1886-1887