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la adrance. Minnie copies.
91.00 par year a!d In advance. Sl.aO pet Tear II not paid
itvs, iiti wasa.
Advrrllatsia- etatra. as renti oar Una. nonoarall meara
mant. tor flint tiwwrtlin. and 3) rt-nte per Una lor each subas
ejuent losrrtlon- IWOFKH'K. Nrartna County Court Uouaa,
Between toe rim national uana auu lua ununiy jau.
The Pilgrim of the Asp has serious doubts be is compelled to pick up ever dollar that goe j FOR TWENTY-ONE YEARS
whether a spoonful of brains is sufficient to make I to fced and clothes bis family. A pretty example
tor a ctiurcb deacon to set lor tne memrjen. 01 nis
an ad writer. Well, Deacon, that depends on
the quality, li it is of the quality you used in
your glorification at the reverses of the shoe fac
tory, an entire barrelful would not make a re
spectable oraameut to a hog stable.
Mail C, 1002.
Republican Standing Committee.
Adama 'C.P. Vim. 3. T. Mliawver.
lWaYrr-Tlmi. K. litfM, II. H. Faust.
Heaver W.nl-J. VV. lukcr, Ilavld Kennlnger.
Ontre VV. A. Xp. I.. ('. HitiKaman.
Chapman .Iwrpli Im, T. K.Leight.
Kranklm- I. ('. Mn. k.-nl.urr, O. t. Metier.
Jackmii J. t. Ytmrk-lc, VV in. Martin.
Mid.llrlxirir Ki.ink rn'lit, lianas W. Toder.
Mlddlecrci'k M K. I.nllcy, J. M. Maurer.
Monroe H. C. ilendriiks. U. K. Fisher.
' I'enit Joarpli 11. Ho ml rick . I. !. Jarrett.
Perry A. W. Valentine, K. IC Boyer.
Perry Weat-J. 8. Wmey. J. Z. 8trawser.
8elliiKove r r.ink Keller, J. A. I.udwif.
Spring O. K. Klnne, 1) Harrison Snook.
I nlon 1. O, Wiilil.
Washington W. P. Crown, Myron Moyer.
The time of last week's court was almost en
tirely consumed in the trial of the suit of Wtn.
P. Seifred against the 'Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, for damages the plaintiff sustained at
the Market street Railroad crossing in Selins
grove Feb. 25, 1901. The case was not finished
last week and court re-convened Monday, to
complete the job.
The statement of the First National Bank of
Middleburg shows Imns and discounts amount
ing to almost u quarter of a million dollars and
almost as much on deposit, subject to check and
demand. This is certainly a remarkable showing.
It is quite significant that the Asp can not
distinguish between a spoonful of good brains
and a spoonful of worthless cerebrum. A spoon
ful of the right quality would certainly detect a
surprising difference. The self-standard is not
always a safe criterion as is clearly proven by
The Post would remind Mr. Pe Scat that
this office has on file two requests for Advertise
ment writers, one in Philadelphia at a salary of
$2500 a year and another in Baltimore paying
$3000 a year which came to us, as our letter
files will show, by the character of the work sent
out from this office. You can not build an ad
vertising course of instruction on wind, but if
the deacon thinks he posses sufficient aerial par
ticles, to fan him through a $2500 or a $3000
position, let him step in the box.
The citizens of Middleburg and Franklin have
sent a numunerously signed petition to the Wes
tern Union Telegraph Company asking them to
extend their wires from Selinsgrove to Middle
burg. This has been prompted by the fact that
the Railroad Company's wires must be used to
get private telegrams to and from this place.
The Railroad Company will not allow the use
of its wires for Western Union business when
their wires are needed for railroad business. This
delays all Western Union business and makes it
but little better than the U. S. mail. It requires
3 and 4 hours to get a reply from Phila. and
New York, while the ten-mile wire asked for
should take the message and bring a reply in 15
or 20 minutes from either place. The Telegraph
Company has lost a great deal of business by
not extending their wires. This ten-mile exten
sion will yield a good dividend to the company
in the line of increased business.
The Government Turns Down Rittcr's Authority.
"The Poet office Department," says Printers'
Ink of last week, "has cancelled the certificate of
entry of the Mail Order Journal, published by
Louis Guenther of Chicago."
The Mail Order Journal is the authority to
which the Pilgrim in his desperation was driven
to find a "spoonful of brains" to bolster up a
little antagonism to a legitimate enterprise, fos
tered and nurtured in his own community, where
congregation and the public at large who are
supposed to be exalted by the conduct of church
officers. . ..
If this were all, he might Le pardoned on the
ground of ignorance. Iast week, after the Asp
waa mailed, the Pilirrim stepped into one of the
offices of the court house and pushing' out his in
flated breast and abdomen, exultingly said :
"Dit you aee how I dit plue up Vageuseller dis
veek" ? Every man in the crowd dropped his
head in disgust No one uttered a word, for they
all knew he could not write such a criticism and
if he could, should be ashamed to father it. They
wen all reminded of the disgraceful and cowardly
attack he had made upon the Shoe factory a year
ago, when Middleburg's" only industry was in
the hands of the sheriff. They knew he had dug
another hole for the Post in which he himself
would surely lie submerged.
History repeats itself. A year ago when in
sult was added to injury and the Pilgrim, of the
infamous Pilgrim Band, now Deacon, gloried
in the downfall of the shoe factory, the citizens
of the town almost to a man, came to the Post
with a request to purge the town of the infamy
heaped upon it by a jealous and unscrupulous
combination of various elements, for which the
dictionary makers have as yet been unable to find
a suitable name. -
A year has passed. He attacks a Middleburg
enterprise in its infancy. What has it accom
plished? It has brought to us the enterprising
citizens of the town who want to see the town
grow and flourish. The Post has always work
ed for the encouragement and upbuilding of the
town. . The Asp has always had its venomous
fangs ready to pierce any enterprise proposed by
the Post that would be a credit to the town.
O, you jealous, Miserable, bilous, culpable
piece of human stupidity, where is your mental
fabric? You sl'p into church, are installed as
deacon and swear by the help of God to set a
noble and righteous example to all mankind.
Let your peepers drop again.
And bury your face in shame
" For the church must stand the rub.
Ruberde Ruberde Ruberde Dub.
If you need any more consistency for a church
deacon, we might look up the letter you wrote
to Judge Dean.
Catarrh Remedies and Doctors
lee am. be iaaarttl hj
tola heading when the btlla are prints
olttoe. Wbea tbe bills em aa prinS
SCOLDING FOR SF.NATOR9
Senate Passed Resolution Censuring
Tillman and McLaurln.
.-- Wlfulnjrton, March 1. Senators Mc
Laurln aud TIllra"V" - -h Caro
lina, ytsterduiiUiJe In the censured
by 1k? T Nelson couDt -ate for the
sensational peroral encounter be
tween the two senators on the floor of
the Kenato hist Saturday during the
consideration cf the Philippine tariff
Immediately after the senate con
vened yesterday Mr. Burrows, chair
man of the committee on privileges
and elections, to which the RULaurln
Tillnian controversy had becu referred,
reported the resolution of censure
framed by a majority of the commit
tee. It reads as follows:
"Resolved, That it is tho judgment
of the senate that the senators from
South Carolina, Benjamin ft. Tillman
and John L. McLaurln, for disorderly
behaviour and flagrant violation of
the rules of tho senate during the
open session of tho senate on the 22d
day of February instant, deserve the
censure of the senate, nud they are
hereby censured for their breach of
the privileges and dignity of this body;
and from nnd after the adoption of
this resolution the order adjudging
them in contempt of the senate shall
be no longer in force and effect."
rrnctlrally there was no debate on
the resolution, and it adopted by a
vote of 54 to 12.
When Mr. Tillman's name was
called he added a new sensation to the
proceedings by rising and saying, with
Ill-concealed emotion: "Among gentle
men an apology for an offense commit
ted under heat of blood is usually con
The auditors caught their breath as
Mr. Tillman thus entered his protest
against the adoption of the resolution,
Mr. Tillman's words induced Mr. Kean.
of New Jersey, to rise at the conclu
sion of the roll call and say: "Having
beard the senator from South Caro
lina again Insult the senate, I change
tny vote from ayo to no."
At the request of Mr. Burrows the
Statement of Mr. Tillman was read by
the clerk. Instantly tbe South Caro
lina senator disclaimed any Intention
1 of being offensive to the senate and
said that if they were so considered
he would withdraw them. The chair
(Mr. Frye) said that by unanimous
consent they might be Withdrawn, but
Mr. Pic! rich, of Nebraska, objected.
The lii-UIorit wr.s closed without
VILLAGE WiPfcD OUT
Flrj sri Flood Almc3t Destroy
Spr.:kcrs, N. Y.
Fort Plain, N. Y., March 3. The
hamlet of Sprakors, six miles east of
hero, Las been almost wiped out by
the "'"'i'.-d forces of water and Are.
Fpralitru U u:ale up of 00 families,
aud has been under water for two
days. Great nuFses of ice came down
tfc? river and struck the houses, some
of which were so shaken that stoves
were overturned and tho dwellings
were burned. One end of tbe West
Shore bridge was moved 18 Inches,
Just a few ini'i'ir-." p." -: .' ,;. passen
ccr tr '.' i"'.' .:. ' r .r
Lexkfaw from Ckba.
Cobwebs pukOn a cut lately gave
a woDi&n a lockjaw. Millions know
that the best thing to put on a cut
is Bucklen'8 Arnica tialve, tbe in
fallible healer of Wounds, Ulcers,
Sores, Skin Eruptions, Burns.Scalds
and Piles. It cures or no pay- Only 25c
at Middleburg Drug; Co., Graybill,
Oarman & Co.. llichneld. Pa., Dr. J.
V. Sanipsell, Pennscreet, Pa.
Philadelphia, Pa., March 3. Flour
steady; winter superfine, 12.6502.90;
Pennsylvania roller, clear. 3.263.60;
city mills, extra, 2.903.16. Rye flour
steady, at $3.2503.35 per barrel. Wheat
steady; No. 2 Penna., red, 87tt88c,
Corn steady; No. 2 yellow, local, 67c.
Oats were quiet; No. 2 white, clipped,
CO toe; lower grades, 48V4c. Hay weak;
No. 1 timothy sold at $1516.50 for
large bales. Beef steady: beef hams,
19io20.50. Pork firm; family. tlQ
19.50. Live poultry, at llViC for hens,
and 7c. for old roosters. Dressed
poultry sold at 11c. for choice fowls,
and at 8c. for old roosters. Butter
steady; creamery, 30c. Eggs steady;
New York and Pennsylvania, 26V4c. per
dozen. Potatoes were dull; eastern,
80083c. per bushel.
Live Stock Markets.
East Buffalo, N. Y March 3. Cattle
market almost at standstill; light to
;ood stockers, $2.70(3-3.80; feeders,
3.r54.50: fresh cows and springers,
;35: veals, tops, $6.757.25; others,
4.50(36.50. Hogs fairly steady; heavy,
:;6.556.62; mixed, (6.35 6.60; pigs,
! 5.7005.80: roughs. $5,700)5.90: states.
1404.50. Sheep strong; tops, mixed,
$505.25; culls to good, $3.254.90;
wethers. $5.2505.50: yearlings. $5.60
6.80. Lambs steady; tops, $6.406.50;
culls to good, $4 606.35.
East Liberty, Pa., March 3. Cattle
steady; choice, $6.4006.50: prime, $6.20
66.40; good, $5.5065.90. Hogs higher;
Sri me heavies. $6.6006.66; best me
lums, $6.60(5)0.70; heavy yorkers, $6.40
6.60; light yorkers, $6.2006.30; pigs,
$5.7005.90; roughs, $56. Sheep were
strong; best wethers, $6.355.50; culls
and common, $203.60; yearlings, $&&
6.80; veal calves. $6.S0ig7.
Boy Nearly Electrocuted.
Chester, Pa., March 3. Fred Macey,
10 years old, was nearly electrocuted
and Is in, a dangerous condition. He
was wrestling in the street with a
companion, when ha rolled onto a tele
phone wire, which was crossed with
a charged trolley wire. He thought
lessly grasped the wire with both
hands, and was unable to release his
hold. His wild shrieks were heard by
George White, a teamster, who pulled
the boy from the burning wire and
carried him home.
Murdered For Pension Money.
Harrodsburg. Ky., March 4. Ed
mond Houp, aged 87, residing in Mer
cer, was found dead yesterday In his
home and his wife beaten tato uncon
sciousness. They had $150 of pension
money In tbe house, and were the vic
tims of robbers.
Our readeri wbo have occsalon to ueewhlakey
medicinally or otherwise, wil be interested in
the advertisement in tlila paper of Tbe Harrier
miuiiing to., wuicn onera pure Kye Whlakejr,
Seven Yean Old, direct from their diilillerv. at
M.S.). per gallon, expreae prepaid. Tbia offer is
oeecrving 01 conaiueraiion.
The Drought In India,
udon, March 4. The viceroy of
Aia, Lord Curson, of Bedleston, tele
graphs that the rainfall has been light
and scattered and of no benefit to
the affected districts. About 350,000
persons are now receiving relief. An
other dispatch says 3,000,000 acres of
wheat In the Punjab are suffering from
total drought .
Will Destroy Derelicts. -Newport,
R. I., March 4. The Unit
ed States cruiser Cincinnati, Com
mander T. C. McLean, Is In Newport
harbor for a supply of torpedoes witb
which to destroy derelicts. The ship
will sail on a crulsa along the 'coast
and over the regular routes followed
by ocean liners and destroy such float
ing wrecks os may be louni.
: . . , i
Bctlon Appesl Dismissed.
Washington, March 4. The appeal
of Cordelia Botkin, now servln a life
sentence in the California state peni
tentiary, on thc.chargj of murdering
Mrs. John P. Dunning, of Dover, Del,
by means of poisoned candy sent to
her through the mails, was dismissed
in the United States supreme court
yesterday by agreement of counsel on
both sides. Attorney General Ward
represented the state of Delaware In
Caa't Keep It Secret
Tre BplencTd work of Dr. Ki nft's
Nw Life Pills is comintr to litrht.
No such grand remedy for Liver and
Bowel troubles was ever known be
fore. Thousands bless them for cur-
ma; Constipation, bick lieadacne.
Biliousness, Jaundice and Indiges
tion. Try them. 25o at Jttiddlebunr
Drug Co , Graybill, Garman & Co.,
Richfield, Pa., Dr. J. YV, Sampsell,
DISCUSSED MIIPPINQ BILL
Senator Frye Pointed Out Decadence,
of Merchant Marino.
Washington, March 1 The senate
yesterday began consideration ot what
Is popularly known as the shipping
bill, a measure to provide for ocean
mall service between the United States
and foreign ports, and (or the com
mon defense; to promote commerce
and to encourage deep sea fisheries.
Mr. Frye, of Maine, chairman ot the
committee on commerce, made the
opening statements in support ot the
bllL He occupied the floor tor nearly
The policy of protection which haa
been applied, Mr. Frye said, to Ameri
can Industries with such beneflclent
results, had not been applied to the
shipping industry. The result ot this
short-sighted policy had been the de
cadence of the American merchant
marine and the consequent humiliation
of Americans engaged in the shipping
Industry. In pointing out the deca
dence ot the merchant marine he said:
"Suppose there was a war between
Great Britain and Germany, and those
countries withdrew for transport ser
vice all their vessels engaged In com
merce. We would be in a deplorable
Mr. Frye then sought to show that
this condition of things was caused
by American wages, which increased
the cost ot our ships for the foreign
trade at least 26 per cent Ha de
clared that of all steamships in the
world ot 14 knots and upward, 80 per
cent are subsidized by the countries
whose flags they carry. Of 16 knots
and upward, he said, all but six la
tbe world are heavily subsidized by
the countries whose flags they fly.
The nations paying these subsidies,
be said, did so for the purpose of ex
tending their trade and for nothing
else. "Trade cannot precede the mall,"
he said. "The mall must precede the
I Walesmo aa Sanahlne
after a long storm is a feeling of relle
When an obstinate, pitilss cold has been
driven away by Allen's Lung Balsam,
Only people who have been cured of
throat-ache and sore lungs by this rem'
edy can quite realize what the feeling
Is. There Is no opium in this Balsam;
its good effect is radical and lasting.
Take a bottle along home to-day.
Four Men Drowned.
Freehold, N. J., March 3. A horri
ble catastrophe occurred at the little
village of Holt's Neck, near here,
wTfen four men lost their lives through
the breaking away of the dam at
Frank E. Heyer's mill pond. Charles
Conover, Henry Bennett, James King
and Charles Herbert were the victims.
The men were on the dam, engaged
in attempts to release the pent-up
water. Ice on the pond had gorged
at the dam, and the men had been
breaking the Ice up. The ice grad
ually collected in a pushing mass at
the bottom of the dam, and the men
then tried to raise the gates to let the
water through. Without warning the
dam gave way at the bottom, carrying
all the men with it.
1902 MARCH 1902
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insr m BBSs i sbhw ansa mm smisnat
ELOIX, ILL In a very recent com-
manleatioa from this place comes the
news that Mr. Arthur Ernest Kidd, a
well-known architect of that city, has
mads complete recovery f rbm catarrh ot
the head from which he had suffered for
nearly a auarter of a century. He writes
from 18 Hamilton are. t
"I am 44 rears of age, and have had
eatsrrh of the head for over half of my
life, as a result of scarlet fever, followed
by typhoid fever. I got so bad that I
wss almost constantly coughing, ana
clearing my throat. The catarrh greatly
Impaired my eyesight, and the hearing
In one ear, and reduced my weight to
I tried nearly every catarrh remedy
advertised, besides a great many differ
ent physloians' treatments, all of which
I had heard and read of Peruna, end
finally decided to try it two months ago.
I have now taken seven bottles, and
weigh 173 pounds. Never felt happier
or merrier. Feel tip top." A. E. KIDD.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from tho use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. 9artman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
vioe gratia. '
Address Dr. Hortman, President of
The Bartmaa Sanitarium, Columbus, O,
la this ol
rniuAY. nan. i, raa.reaaMr .a. D. t
'. will sail 4 lMraa.t haa ai cattle Jl
lag inrptefaeale. .
SATUHKAY. MAS S, aa4 MONDAY l"
gooda. tarmlna;lmpleeenla and
at W. Q. Herrold a achool boaat aZ
THURSDAY. MARCH :, H aoatk
dilla.8. A.L. Straweer will sell j !
baileraaad (arming luplaaaala, '
FKIPAY, MARCH 14. BUewM
Ban, foaa av uearaan will aall t tl
yj.et!' 1 Wood aow. aad fctw
SATURDAY. MARCH IS. In Middled
W. Wlttanmrar will rail houMbofal
SATURDAY, MARCH Is, aa mile w,
treYtUe. Daniel Oearhari all! aii
S eowa, laming lampleaMaM and kj
Haekeatrarg WUI eell 1 borate. 4 hL
hin - ----- - -
THURSDAY. MAR, J oa Bias Hm
leaner will aau anriea, cowa mo4 )
THURSDAY. MARCH tft. hi Adam. J
01 oiin m. oacKenourg, willavll
of land and aaaeabold goods.
THURSDAY, MAR. 10, at Daniel', J
Weal Parry rwp., Joe ateiehanbaclil
J aoreaa, T bead oalile tad farinirJ
Ln Katnarwiil aall s bone, I J
Seaa-BawSMMl, SaUSVSSBV9U tat
TUESDAY, MARCH H, near Kent., ft
tl. Dwana. Aiecuiora. win n .
It bead of caul and farming J
TUESDAY, MAR. J, K nl!e west o( J
Aaron Howell win aall l hn
arming implement! aad bousttuj
A Prlaler fli-ctuiy SarprU4
"i never wss s much surprised
in my life, as I waa ith the results
of using Chamberlain's Pain Balm ,"
Bays nen err t. urook. pressman of
the Aaheville (N. O.) Gazette. "I
contracted a severe case of rhema
tism early last winter by getting my
feet wet. I tried several things for
it without benefit. On day while
lookiosr over the Gazett's I noticed
Pain Balm was positively guaran
teed 10 cure rheumatism, so bought
bottle of ii and before usinjf two
thirds of it my rheumatism bad
taken its flight and I have not had
a rheumatic pain since." Bold by the
AXiddlebursh Drug Store.
A FlaaaeUl Vl.
Eustacia I knew that man was a
physician by the way in which he shook
hands; his tender, delicate, considerate
Edgar Yes, of course; that's his five
dollar touch. Detroit Free Press.
at Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania,
' In connection with the regular col
lege work, now oilers excellent facilltU i
for a Ten Wieks' NORMAL COURSE
FOR TEACHERS unci those intend
ing teach. The" term will "open April
Normal students will have Hie liberty
of taking any studies In the College or
Preparatory Departments. Resides the
common branches lust ruction will be
given in the Elements of Algebra,
Physiology, Geology or Zoology : in
Botany, American Literature, Civics,
Psychology, Principles aud Methods of
Teaching. School Government, Maiv
agement, Grading, Organization, Kin
dergarten Work and Child Study.
Classes will be organized in the
branches taught In the public schools
and opportunities for applying the un
derlying principles of education will be
afforded 1 n teaching clusses. The
school's aim will be to give 'teachers
such knowledge of the work of the
school room and practice in applying
principles as shall enable them to begin
their schools with Intelligt nee tuul con
PROF. WILLIAM NOETLINO,
Formerly of tho department ot Peda
gogy In the Bloomsburg State Normal
School, will have charge of tho pro
fessional work of the school room, lie
has had nearly forty years' experience
in teaching and training teachers, and
is recognized as having few equals in
the State In Normal work.
Young Ladles can be accommodated
in our Ladies' Hall. Excellent board
ing is furnished in our own boarding
Students will have access to the
Library and ReadinR Room and gym-
nasium,and may take a course in Thy
sical Culture, if so desired. Courses
will also be offered in Music, Short-
band, Typewriting, aud Book-keeping,
For terms and particulars address
A, N. Waunek, J. I. Woodruff,
Aa Earaeet taerr. -
"Now, then," said -the professor,
looking at his watch, "if any young
gentleman would like to ask , any
question before class " -
"What time is it?" inrplrerl Mr.
Fresh. riitlndi'lrVi-ri-,-::-;. ......
If it's coated, your stomach
is bad, your liver is out of
order. Ayer's Pills will clean
your tongue, cure your dys
pepsia, make your liver right.
Easy to take, easy to operate.
J3c All druggluw
Want your mouilA4?li'
brown or rich black T
SOCTt. Of O-OV.l.T,, O- W. P
Flour per bi
THE WALL STEET JOURfJ
flivAS advice and anavAra
plmro-p. innnirioR aKnnHnvnci.
Studies underlying causes of 2
movements, determines tici
erning value of securities. C'rj
uuuijDVB auu X VJ V JC vf 9 AttUrt'll
Industrial reports. Has coj
f alilasi nf Aarninrra a-v tiAJ
quotes active ana inactive
nnH hnnrla. Honni-rla t Ha lni
w. n wuv 1(1011
bonds and the yield on itmi
hi me price
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. ..w ww iw uaaaa vvuauira 1UOJ VV A l.i
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vestiucnu wan on woo does not do si
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ins oiacsi new asancy of Wall
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Apr. 8, 1878 for Pobt from SepL
to Sept 7. 1877. This gives V:
nlnger a date from 8ept 7, !'
save he received the Post fort
time, but un to this time has H
able to discover Droofs of an oH
He wiU beenUtled to an older M
the above, upon presentation ol
01 tne same,
Stat or Omo, Oitt or
Toledo, Lucas Cochtt. i
Frank J. Cheney makes otll
he is tne senior partner ol w
of I . J. Cheney A Co., doinj!
ness in tne city of Toledo,
and state aforesaid, and tb
said hrm will pay the sum
Hundred Dollars for each au
case of Catairh thst cannot b
by the Use of Hall's Caturrt
- Sworn to before me and set
od in my presence, this Ota
December, A. D. 1886,
skai . JVotaryr
. Zinc and Grinding JlnUe
Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint wear twice
as long as lead and oil mixed by hand
R to pa the Const!! anil WnrK oTI'ac Cili j
Laxative BromoQulu!r.e TiiM-'U curel
ft cold In ft day. Ko cure, iicj (iy.
r-wnlx. . " - ..fr;' ' tf.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is take)
nully and acta directlr on the
and mucous surfaces of then
Send for testimonials, free.
: F.J. CHENEY ft CO.. W
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