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Aug 18, 1876, aged l y 8 m The Eminent Kidney
INSCRIPTIONS. Prill, W,b July 1, 1824; d Aug
and Bladder Specialist.
A Collection Made Jrom nllthe liury-
Rouck, Michael, I) May 13, 1812;
dApro, 1804, aged 51 y 11m
ing Grounds ill Snuder Count, , w of Michael.
..... it. ir;..M,.,..A i. IW" i w
ot- the Middleburqh "iW
Herrold, Mary A., w of Fra I,
Mar 2, 1840; d May 4, 1802,
aged 22 y 2 m 2 d.
Herrold, Matilda, w of Fred, 0 Xv
2, 1830; d Oet 7, 1881, aged
1 1 y 11 in 5 d.
Herrold, Levi S., a of P. and M., 1
Dec 15, 1873, aged 8 m 25 d.
Herrold, Ellen M., dau of M. EL, 0
June 8, 1865j d May 2, 187"),
0 y 10 m 24 !.
Herrold, Fred R., bMar 4, 1828;
HouhIi, Calvin, s of Michael, ugetl
Rotuh, Mabel S., dau of Calvin, d
Feb 4, 1880. aged 2 y 28 m.
Humfelt, Henry, d July 17, 1870,
aged 03 y 4 in 1 d.
Kumfelt, Elizabeth, w of Henry, d
Jan 4, 1878, aged 68 y 1 m
Kumfelt, William, s of Henry, d tlve- Many sudden deaths are caused by
it - ft A if an ,- M ante Bask, mm In kaat n nr
Sent 2, 1891; d Mar 20, 1804,
aged 2 y in 27 d.
Hofler, Maggie J., dan of TflOOUU,
bJan 20, 1880; d Apr 3,
1803, aged 13 y 2 m 13 d.
Hotfer, Annie L., dau of Thomas, d
Mar 15, 1881, aged 8y 7 m
HouBeworth, Hannah, w of John, 1
Nov 24, lS34;d Apr 20, 1850,
agtod 21 y 5 in 2 d.
Hummel, Qeorge, b May 8, 1802; d
June 23, 1870, aged 74 y 1 in
Hummel, Leah, wof George, bNov
5, 1813; d dune 12, 1 885, aged
71 y 7 in 7 d.
CANCER IS DEADLY!
Jan 31, 1857, 2 y m 26L
The Discoverer of Swamp-Root at Work la
There is a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because so decep- HouteWorth. Thomas, s of John, d
tim Mino rii,i, .-n d4lhi or iaiici-ri nw i
July 15, 1858, aged 3 y 10 m
it heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
Results Fatally In Nine
Gases Out of Ten
Cure Found at Last.
or apoplexy are cften the result of kidney
iiii n O'liuM 1 vance the kidnev-poisoned blood will attack ' KersMter, 1 rano Iv, of .laeksoii, , beyond
18, 1810 0 Dec 13,1004, agea the vital organs, oi the kidneys themselves ,1 All" 17, 1880, aged 7 in 7cT. found 1
This fearful disease often first appear
as a mere scratch, a pimple, or lump in
a the breast, too small to attract any
A notice, until, in many caseB, the deadly
disease is fully developed.
Cancer can not be cured by a surgical
operation, because tho disease is a virulent
poison in the blood, circulating throughout the system, and although
the sore or ulcer known as the Cancer may be cut avray, the
poison remains in the blood, and promptly breaks out afresh, with
The wonderful Buccess of S. S. S. in curing obstinate, deep-seated
hlood disoasos which wore considered incurable, induced a lew de
spairing sufferers to try it for Cancer, after exhausting the skill of
the physicians without a cure. Much to their delight S. S. S. proved
1 ho glad news
d June 3, 1893, aged 65 y
. .. . , . . i men tn
Kenrer, Uitlumne, uau t uevi, a leaksout and the Iui(erhM Brighfs
Oct 'J, 1 85 1, agio ly 1 1 1 1 1 1I Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble
Keinard, Mary E., dau t' Peicival,
d July 2d, 180 l,aged lOtn 19d. and urinary trouble.;. It has cured thousands
I equal to the disease and promptly effected a cure.
spread rapidly, and it was soon demonstrated
doubt that a cure had at last noon
for deadlv Cancer. Kvidence has accu-
.ATchn 1827: d' mulated which ta incontrovertible, of which
Apr 24, 1804, aged , v I in
Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-Root the new dis
covery is the true specific for kidney, bladder Kentetter, Leall, W ot John, l Oct
Herrold. Marv.l.. W of Fred ft., b
May 4, 1836; d Deo 29, 1890,
aged 54 y 7 in 28 d.
Herrold, Joseph H b8ept 4, 1820;
d Feb 2C, 1889, aged 68 y 5
111 L cl.
1 1 1.1 E. I. 17 o SS I. .I.iii
' 11 ' . I ii : i i I. :. .i .X I 1 1 1 1 ." Vto
... Iieieiieiiiijen, minimi .- m tiaiuu, n
Jul) '. 1892
tteinard, Ivy A., dau of Percival, i
Feb 24, 1893, 5 y 1 m 24 d.
..... 1 . vy man, a.ou a uuurv itm
ieichenbaoh, infant dau t Aaron, d Root and lls wonderful
Nov I I. 1894.
, . i mention this paper
Iteichenlmch, mfaut dan ol Aaron, d e r
N uv 24, 1 81 15.
2, 1833; d Mar 31, 1858, aged
24 v 5 in 29 d.
of apparently hopeless cases, after all other
efforts have failed. At druggists in fifty-cent
I. A 1 W-.ii!.. ...... (.
dllU UUlldl t aill-'lC UUIIIG OClll IICB , . . I I c 111 ll I'1
by mail, also a book telling about Swamp- , ' A-likielier, .loliu, Ii rt I ,t I
Dr. Kilmer k Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and
28, 1878; dJan 26, 1881, aged
2 v 11 m 28 d.
Herrold, John, b Dee 8, 177S; d Keieheubach, .infants ol Aaron,
July 4, 1854; d July 4, 1854,
55 y 6 in 26 d,
Herrold, Daisy, dau of W. and K.,
b April 18, 1887; d Sept 1,
1888, aged 1 y 1 m 13 d.
Herrold, Lillle E., dau of W. and
E., b Nov 19, 1882; d Feb 17,
1886, aged 3 y 2 m 28 d.
Herrold, Geo. Edward, s of W. and
E., bAug4, 1890; d Apr 5,
1893, a-ed 2 y 8 m 1 d.
Hafley, David, d 1890, aged
agit! 86 y.
Hafley, , w of David, d
Out 0, 1893.
I '1 graves unmarked.
u i-t, John, I-June -J I, l.sl I; d
J mie 5, 1 857) nged 1 1 v 1 1 m
1 1 d.
Reichenbach, Amos, Co. A., 172 I'. Sechrist, Henry, 1, Dee 15, 1789; .1 (,
M. ., .1 Oct 26,1894, aged 7
v 2 in 16 d.
Reichenbach, ( !atharine. w of Amos, Peohrist,
.1 Jau 25, I866,nged 4 I y
Reiohcnbach. Catharine, dan
Amos, Ii Sept I, 1861; d June
16, 1882, aged 20 y Urn 1" d.
lieicbeubach, Kale, dau ol Henry
C, h July 23, 1887; d May 4,
1890, aged 2 y 111 1 1 d.
Reichenbach, Hiram E., sol Henry
C, I) Mar 22, 1879; d Aug 5,
1884, aged 5 y I m 1 d.
Reichenbach, Wash. E., sol Henry
C, d July 20,1894, aged 18y (i
in 20 d. "
Reigel, Daniel K., b Dec 3 1, 1827;
d Aug 29, 1875, aged 47y 7m
Reigel, Elisabeth, w of Daniel, b
Aug 31, 1825; d Oct 17, 1881,
aged 5b' y 1 in 17 d.
Rine, William H., s of Jacob (., b
Mar I, 1883; d Feb 15, 1887,
aged 3 y 11 ni 14 d.
Snyder, Abigail, d Aug 7, 1849,
aged 5 )' 2 d
1 859, uited i'7 y 1 m
arbura, vv ol Henry, Ii
Nov 12, 1791: d Nov 2, 1870,
aged 8 I y 11 mi -21' d.
,, Seehri-I, Henry, Jr., I Apr 16,
1817; cl Nov 19, 1844, aged
27 v 7 in 3 d.
Weiand, John, b June 27, 1790; d
Sept 30, 1861, aged 71 y
d Jan 10, 1897, aged !' y
Lcnig, James 1'., s nf Frank, d Aug
27, 1881, aged 3 y 'J in 1" d.
Lenig, Kinm i I ... dau ol Fhilip '.,
J May 28, isyil, aged 2 y 7 in
Leuig, Franklin 11., h Mar I. 1852;
Sept 2l. 1888, aged lid y I
. i - i
Leach, W illiam, s ol Oeorge, 1 ' t
17, 1 s 7 7 -. ,1 Apr I. 1878, aged
S in lid.
Leach, Mary O., dun t (leorge, d
N'ov 2s, I 81)5, Hired 5 v 2 d.
Mas. s. it. iii..
tho following is a specimen :
"Cancer in hereditary in our family, my father, a
istttr ami an mint baring died fruin this dreadful
ilmiiaHO. My feeling may 1m inmiiii'd when the hor
riblo (liseao mado its anppuranee on my side. It whh
b malignant Canoer, eating inwardly in iuohawayaa
to cause great alarm. The disease seemed beyond the
nit ill of the doctors, for tlioir treatment did DO good
whatever. tlw Canoer crowing worse nil the while
Numerous remedies were used for ii but the Cancer
grew steadily worse, until it seemed thai I was doomed
to follow the others of the family, for 1 know how deadly Cancer is, especially
1 when inherited. I was advised to try Swift s Specific (8. S S , which, from the
1 Rnti ,inv freod nut the misnn I continued its use until I had taken eighteen
bottles, when 1 was cured sound and well, and have had no symptom-of the
dreadful affliction, though many years have elapsed. S. 8. S. is the only euro
for Canoer. -Mas. S. M, Idol, Winston, N.
Our b'ok on Cancer, containing other testimonials nnd vnl liable
information, will lo sent free to any address by tho Swift Specific
Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
18'J(, Bged8Z y.
Hafley, Alvan E., soi H II., bJan
10, 1886; d May 4, 1888, aged
2 y ;J in 24 d. "
Hafley, Libbie, w of Uriah P., d
Oct , 1888, aged 40 y.
Hafley, Dav id E., s of H. H., b Jan
20, 1880; d Dec 20, 1.884,
agetl 4 y 1 1 01.
Heberling, Catharine A., wot Geo.,
d Feb 26, 1828, aged 27 y 7
ni 8 d.
Houses, George, b Jan 1 1825; d
Nov I, 1887, aged 02 y 10 m.
Houser, George M., a of Win. H., d
Jan 1. 1890, aged 8 y 10 in
Hetzel, John, d Apr 12, 1870, aged
Hetzel, Mary, dau oi John, d Nov j
18, 1862, ag-d r y 10 m.
Hendricks, Agnes, dau of Henry, d
Aug 20, 1863, aged 10 m I4d.
Hendricks, Hilev, s of Henry, d
Aug 20, 1865, aged 1 y.
Hendricks, Anna, dau oi Henry, b
Deo 6, 1800; d Nov 5, 1865,
aged 6y 'J in 29 d.
Hendricks, isaae, U Oct 20, 1812.
d Feb 23. 187."., atred 62 y 4m'
3 d, Shaffer, Albert, d July 29, 1808,
Mi n.lrieks.Sarali. w ol Isaac, b Jan ! aKel 42 ''
Yeager, Andrew, b Aug 4, 1865; tl
Sept 12, ls ",7, aged 2y 4m 8d.
liine, Henry, and wives, Rine, John,
There is more catarrh in Ibis sec
tion of the country than all ollnr
Ul diseases put together, and until the
lst few vein s was supposed tobeiu-
i 1. 1 13 . i ..
durante, ror n greui many ,nu
doctors nrououuued it a local nig.
ease, and prescribed local remedies
and by constantly fading to cure
with local ileal iik in, u onouncen n
w ives and family Monument incurable. Science has proven ca
erected iv John
M. Rine, in
tarilito be a constttutienai disease,
ami therefore requires const it utional
treatmene, Hall s Catarrh Cure man-
Paradise U. B. Church Cbme- afaotutedby F. J. Cheney & uo.,
Toledo, unto, ih me oniy consuiu
tioinil cure on the market. It in
Arnold, Catharine, w of Daniel H., taken internally in doses from ten
drops to a easpouniui. ii auva ui
rectlv on the blood and mueOUS sur
faces of the system. They offer one
b Feb 0, 1870; d Julv 22,
1880, aged 10 y 5 in 16 d.
Arnold, (ieorge, s of Daniel, b Feb i hnnilred dollars for any case it fails
a iom. J i i oo loan ., i 1 to cure. Sond for circulars and tes-
u, i0(v, u .Miiy mmr, , tiuionittlH. Address,
F. J. CHUNKY t CO.. Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, Inc.
Hull's Family Tills are the best.
10 v " in 16 d
Auoker, Louisa, dau of'S. Thursby,
b Mar 10, 1858; d Feb 215,
1876, aged 17 y 11 m 10 d.
Snyder, Win. Clark, d Sepl I, 18 18, j Hifkliarl, infant dan ol llenjaiiiin, d IjATtN I
aired 2 v 2 in Id. ( )l't 0, 1890, aged 4 d. ; f I til I l
FIRE.-LIFE - AND - ACCIDENT-J
Snyder's old, and reliable Gen'i
1 1 1 is t.i n mce Agen cy ,
SELI1SGR0VE, SNYDER COUNTY, PA-
lUliaaoi- W. Siiydci-, Agent,
Successor to the late William H. Snyder.
The Par-Exoellenee of Reliable Insurance is n presented in the h llow
n list of Btandard Companies, from which to make a .-election. None
Belter the World over.
NA.UK, I.OOATIOM. ASSETS.
FIRE Royal, Liverpool, Eiff. (including foreign assets) $43,000,000.00
Hartford, ol Hartford, Conn., (oldest Americau Co.) 8,645,786.82
Phoenix, Hartford, Conn. 5,588,068.07
Continental, New York, 8,761 008 72
German American, New York, 8,240,098.88
LIFE Mutual Lifo Ins. Co. New York, fc'204,688,988,60
ACCIDENT Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation,
Accident Ins. Co. Subscribed Capital of 5,750,OOl) .0"
Fire, Life and Accident risks accepted at the lowest possible rate, jus
tified by a strict regard to mutual safety. All just claims promptly and
satisfactorily adjusted. Information in relation to all classes of Insur
ance promptly furnished ELMER W. SNYDER, Agt.,
Telephone No. lSii. Ollice on Corner Water .v. Pine Sts. Selinsgrove, Pa
Schatler, Claude II., B of Jas. C, b BufBngton, F.lizabeth, w of George,
' 7 ..... II .1 I ...... 1 f-.l. Ill
June 21, 1872; d July W,
1873, aged 1 y 1 m 1 d.
Scbaffer, Kate A., wof Charles A,,
b Mar 14, 1807; d Sept 29,
1885, aged 18 y 8 m 1 5 d.
IScbafler, Martha E., w oi William
II., b Dec 10, 1859; d Nov 3, j
1882, aged 22 y 10 in 23 d.
Bbaffer, Alice M. L. wef Richard,
.1 Nov 14, 1896, aged 18 v 8
in 14 d.
Consult or communicate wun tiio Bditoi
li ur 27 1826' d Julv 24 ofttUipsper, who wUl gle an needed mror-
I ' . ' i mill Kin .
.1 I 1 ' I i '
IBOO, aged y i in 4i a,
Io-.l. rv :i a .. .. I w ,i i
tgeu j anuKe, l'anici it., am uuu " ., ii j
I , 1 S IS .nr,.il
Car well, Irwin, h of Win. B., I Aug
3, I860, aged 10 y 14 d.
Bbriglit, Elizabeth, w of Solomon.
Ii June :', 1 838; d Svpt 5,
1893, aged 55 y 8 in 2 l.
Herrold, Catharine, vv of Samuel
W., bOct 6, 18211; d duly 13,
1 895, aged "),"i y '.) m 7 d.
Herrold, George W., sot Welling
ton, Ii Feb ."), 1883; d Mar 11,
1884, aged 1 y 7 ra 8 d.
' Herrold, Francis N., s of Levi T.,
A'l'TUH.NKV A'l- LAW,
AH business entrusted toliisiuire
will receive nrouipt attention.
Read This! Read This!
MY PRESENT STOCK OF CARPETS
K. 1. Pottiegef,
All proiesslnniil biihineee entrunied to my oare
win receive pronpl and careful attention.
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4, 1M1J; l li
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76 y 1 1 ni 1 il. Jw , aooo, ujgcu iu. , ,ss- , .. .. lg ,
Hendricks, Elizabeth, wof Henry, Saffel, Maggie M., dau of Fred, d Herro,d M:m B oj Uvi T
i Mrnr 9)1 l7fl. A Sent 16. WTANTBn SEVERAL PERSONS POK IMS.
'. ' r ' tru t Office Msnngei
KOW 1.1 !!-, M.ir 14 lil t 111. lld.ilL'I'll 'V IIII 1-1
187"), aged :57 V i tn. Sullel, Jacob, bOct 7, 1810; d .Mar j
Hendricks, Harry, B of Henry, b( 1, 1884, aged 7o y 5 in oil.;
Oct 5, 1870; d Aug (i, 187."), Suflel, John, John, b Nov 15, 1805; j
aged 1 y 10 in. d Xoy 12, 1865, aged 59 y 11
ITarlin Peter Co O..208P. V. L. Ul 27 (I.
" "-7 I
tl June 11, 187), aged 43 y. Sullel, Sarin, W of John, b June 27,
Kerlin. Anna, w of Peter, d Julv! 1807 d Mar 16, 1892, aged
, , I
20, 1881,ageil 47 y 4 in I0d.l
84 y 8 in 13 d.
Nov 13, 1878; d Apr 17, 1881,
2 y f) in I d.
Herrold, Ira N, s of Levi T.,l Aug
20, 1878, aged 8 in.
Herrold, Cora X., dau of Levi T., IT
Ii May 28, 1876; d Sept 16,
1887, aged 11 y :i m 18 d. ?
Herrold, Levi K., b Jan 5, 1824; d i;
Jan 15, 1879, aged 55 y 10 d.
Iru-t llllli .MiiniiiriTK in Hi N stiil.-tii rrpM--
put me in tiii'ir own end mirr uniting countiee,
l iiiiuK t' pey jreerlywoo. pejrnbieweeiciy.
imlilr ployment with i iul oppurtuii
lirH. Reterencefl eichans;ed Bneloee enlf-nil
dreieed iteirneil envelope, s. A. PARK
tjO Cnxton Building, Chicago, 1
T.i 1., ,.,. lit. ii, ckVAV linfnve mv PltlC' S LOWER than OTH
ERS for 1 1 SAME GOODS. My prices on 45 rolls of carpet 1 6
wish to clone out will suit tho pocket book of many and save Q
otbers money. l)i not think ol buyingyour ran carpets uniii ft
you give my stock of garnets your attenttou and gel the prices fi
of some of my baagains I am offering. K
SeeMy Display of Curtains, Curtain mkMm
Priei h nist rmht on these irooils
One Word About Pictures
I am offering my present stock of pictures at cost, LESS
THAN COST and some lor the price of the glass in the frames. O
Don't miss this sale. .
I have some pretty things to offer in Furniture, nil new
Later will surprise you in Styles and Prices.
Kerlin, Simon, a of lter, d Aug Sullel, James, so Jacob, d i ce 14, Herrold, Isaac, s of Levi U, .1 Apr J
12, 1882, aged 26 y 7 m 8 d. i 1871, aged 1, y 8 m29 d. 19, 1853; d Sept 24, 1872, ?
Kerlin, William, s of Peter, d Aug ' Btahl, Mary, w of Peter, b Kit 22, gj j 9 y 5 m 5 ()i
2, 1861, aged 8 y 10 m 8 d. 1825; d Dee 16, 1800, aged Heimb,oh)Ma AraV;(i Feb 7 18!)7,
Light, Sarah, wof Thomas K., b ' 1 f 1 m M aged 15 v 1 1 in 7 d.
Jude 12, 1852; d Dec 1, 1894, Stroll, H. J. K., Co. D. 208 P. V
L, b May 1, 1880; d Nov 19,
180."), aged li.) y 4 in 12 d.
t ..t. i: t t. -.f (l ' neinit. i larence u.. s oi if. n. anil
lii-ueii, Alive, vmuimo, . cj.. .,, , T , 0 ,
Jo, 1887, aged " 10'"' aS,u
aged 42 y 10 m 19 d.
Lalniard, Adam, s ol Peter, aged 20y. j
1857; d March 2
29 y 6 m 16 d
Leach, Minnie Lee, dau of James,
Dec 8, 1877; d Feb 2, 1880,
2 y I ra 24 d.
Leach, John, b Aug 5, 1802; d Sept
10, 1879, aged 77 y 1 m 5 d.
Leach, Catharine, b Sept 11, 1808;
d Jan 21. 1880, aged 71 y 4
m 10 d.
Michael, Peter, b Dec 5, 1806; d
May 10, 1829, aged 23 y 5 m
Moyer, Carrie A., dau of Jerome, bi
July 28, 1877; d Jan 10,
1880, aged 2y 5 m 18 d.
Moyer, Mary E., dau of Jerome, d
Wendt, Henry I)., s ol Robert, b
Jan 18, 1804; Feb 12, 1800,
2 y 24 d.
Woomer, Banks, of Dr. H. S., b
Aug 27, 1875; d Sept 10, 1870,
aged 1 y 19 d.
Woomer, Mary L, dau of Dr. II. S.,
b Oct 24, 1886; d Nov 20,
1886, aged 26 d.
Watt, Amelia, wof Thomas, d Aug
8, 1896, aged 79 y.
Zimmerman, John A., s of Philip
and C, d July 31, 1864, ly 7
m 21 d.
Rine's and Sechrist'h Private
Holler, Joseph, B of David, b Jan
15, 1885, d Mar 28, 1880,
aged 1 y 2 m 8 d.
Holler, Henry W., sol Ihotnaej b $
MARBLE WORKS. :
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Dernier In Meirbte And ,
Sl'iili ll l.illlllll' ... ,
STONES & CEMETERY !
Old Sfones Cleaned and Repaired.
Prices as Low as the Lowest. '.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. '
J. A. JENKINS, Agt., :
i hi: hkntof aix.
ForoviT fifty fM Mbk. Wismiw'm Hootii
OM Syiii p lion been UMed by motlicru fui their
children while teethinK- Are you diaturliecl nt
nlirht and bioken if your reel by n niclc child
milTcrinir and cryinir with pain of cutting teeth'
If no win! nt once nnd get a bottle of "Mm. Win
nlow'n IHoothinif Hyrup" for Children Teething.
Il value h) incalculable. It will relieve the poor
little nulTerer Immediately. Depend upon It,
mot hem, there in no mistake about It. It cures
diarrhii'a, regulate the Stomach and Bowels,
cures Wind Colic, softens the Gums, reduces
Inflammation, and gives tone and energy to the
whole system. "Mrs. Wimlow'a Soothing Sy
rup" for children teething ll pi
taste and is the prescription of one
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. . . ..w. mil li lull HIJI
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I'll. I hV.f. I'IMS Will IT 91.68
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factury awl sanal M n l J"" '".
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j.au. I..I..I.. ni l., mill t'Xlirem alUWtaB,
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nub tie proadoi.
UNDERTAKING ! UNDERTAKING !
In thin branch of my businPBS I am prepared tu give the
public the best Berbioe that can be secured !v money, time and
ricTHonnl attention. My ninippiiae in tins branch of businesB is
on,, of tlx-lini Ht in Hie stftif. HKAHsKh, 'ABRIAQES and
UNDEKTAKINt) l'AI.LOHS an- op to dutc
i word aimiit h report thai my attention haul nllefl to lately In ncard to
mvnricos I (I II A II ANT KK fofiirnlHli the w s mmi I.KKH mom.n t. in as
!!!'iiili' III Thr .iiiiii I ' . I .f AHANTKK In !. ,.m .; r I'AVMKNT thuu allolhew.
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aw a w
M nt to the I . ittiuui llitlnT, jr.ui.r " .. toirrtalai, p..
a of the old-' slajla. a4 rlan:, .1 1 . itar.i.r. !
e oi tne oi.i g7? - n -y -,-t -j -- 'j'- fcT"
... K.-..r ' Him, i .1 . s i' nit aai ' at - pa real am.
est and best female physicians and nurses In the rot raw fLUTH MitriKi ... n-j; ' '" h.";.
.. . . . ... . . .. . taraias. wrti.fwS...ii' - M.. '. J.. am. i"iiln. r.inioQ
uniaaai wmmm aaaaj u lor aaie uy aui urugaju" ; Ui u maiiiii'..i I
throughout the world. Price, twenty-live cents
a bottle. Be sure end get "Maw. Wnuw'i
BooTHiao Stbcp. Hy.
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