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THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE
. OP THE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human "
system, forming an agreeable
rid effective laxative to perma-
A it.. tt-1.: i :
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It is the most excellent remedy known to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is llihous or Constipated
PURE.' BLOOD, RCFRCnHlNO SLEEP,
HEALTH nncl OTREIIOTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR DRUOQIST FOR
MANUFACTURED ONLY OY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
IOUISVIUE. AT. NEW YORK. N. t.
Do You Like Soup ?
If so, ask your grocer 1o tend you a quarter
pound tin of
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tured there), Asia, Airlca and now, by Its own
Intrinsic merit, forcing Itself Into every city,
town, -village and bamlet In the United
Binies, tjamptes itirniHueu neej iui.
ana price ubi, aauress
26 South William Street, HEW YORK CITY.
"VXTILMINGTON & NOttTIIEHN K. K,
nmeinhlr In rfTrrl Mail. 10. 1691.
Trfllna Ipnvn HpndTne IP. s 11. station) for
Gibraltar, Beyfert, lllratboro, Joanna, Bering.
neiu, weynesDurg juucuon, uuan-avuie,esi
Che7 Jiadsford Junction, B. O. Juuctlpn,
v' ...ittnn nnd intermediate stations, dully
except Bunday, at 0.25 and 8.30 a.m. tuidS.15
p. ni. Sunday only at 3.05 p. m.
For Warwick. Ht.l'eters and Intermediate
stations, dally except Hunday, at0.2Ua.m.,nnd
sm; f p. m. euuaay uuiy o.io a. m.
Zv r Birdsboro and Intermediate stations,
""Saturday only, at 12 m.
For Baltimore and Washington fB. & O, R.
R.) dally except Hnnday at o:2o and 8.30 a. ru
anrl AAtt n. tn. Mnnriftv nnlv at 3.05 D. m.
Trains arrive at Reading (1. A 11. station)
from Wilmington, B. 6 O. Junction, Mont.
chanln, Cbaddslord Junction, West Chester,
Lenape, Coatesvllle, Waynesburg Junotton,
Hnr1nirfleld..Tniinnn.lllrdsboro. Gibraltar. Bey.
feriand Intermediate stations, dally except
Bunday at 10.3) a. in. 6.KJ ana b.u p. m, aaa
Anv nnlv qt 11.24 n. m.
From Bt. Peteis, Warwick and Intermediate
stations, daily except nunuay, ai bm u. ui
and 2.23 p. in. Bunday only at 6 p. m,
From Ulrdsboro and Intermediate stations,
Saturday only at 1.40 p. m
. Til .
From Washington and Baltimore, dally ex.
cent Bunday, 10 20 a. m. 6.62 and 8.17 p. m,
Riinriuv nnlv at 11.24 a. m
B0WNKB3 BHIGU8, Gen'l Pass. Agt
A. G. MCCAUBliAJNJJ, BUpt
TREATED FflEE Vearetab Remedies.
Il&re cured m&nv thousand case. Cure nanoiUs pronounced
boptlcis by the test Physician. From first dose symptom
symptoms ire removed. Sctv! for FflET BOOK of test!
monllUof mir TFH n ltFt ti-atinent PDr r bv malL I
fcculous cures. 1 bll Um! u fiirnUlicil f HCU ycu crier
trial. smJ ten rents In stnniri to my nosti?8
iihennutism. nnnrA.t(H&. rtlianrlfrr and inmbaffoE
loured at once. Gnuin tor a&a by aft DruggiBta.l
A New Venture
R.A avr.SA.TT POTTS
Has opened a
AT No. 2I8 N. CENTRE ST
Bales of aefioiled goods, notions, hardware,
gin hs ware, etc., etc.
Goods from all pr.rta ol the county solicited
Or tho JLlquur J In bit, l'oMltlYely C'urcu
ly auiuiiiiMtrnutr ir. iiaiuu'
It If manufactured cut a powder, whioh oan bo given
in a sUm of ber,a oup of ootfeo or tea, or In food,
v. ithout too knowlodfia ot tha patient. It is abiolutcljr
hartnlesa, and will effect a permanent and speedy
eur whether the patient is a moderate drinker or
an ilK jUoIIo wreek It has been given In thousands
of esses, and in every lnstanoo a perfeot euro hss fol
lu 'd H never Fulls. Ths system ouoe liapresnss
;"d VI ith the tipoelile.lt beoomes en utter Impossibility
or the liquor appefto to exlsu m . . ,
aS pwft book of parti o mars free. To be bod or
C. H. HAGENBUCH, Druggist, Shenandoah
M. HAMILTON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Offloe-2fl west Lloyn street, Buenanaoan
SLAIN BYJIS PALS
An Unknown Burglar Mur
dered Near Danlmry.
HIS BODY FOUND IN A RAVINE.
Evorywliore About tha Sceno There Woro
Evidencea of a Struggle,
Bloody Footprints landing from tlio
Spot to tho Wntor-About tlio "ody
Thoro M'as n Miscellaneous Lot of l'lun-
dor Tlio Goods Woro Stolen at Kill
DAJtncnv, Coun., Juuo G, TlTts place
lias a murtlor mystery. Claronco Kent
and William Williams, with two otliors,
ilrovo to tho furm of Benjamin Lynea,
Just outsldo tho city limits, on Park nve-
uuo, to fish tor bait. In order to reach
tho brook thoy had to descend a stcop
embankment which is covored with a
thrifty growth of smnll trees.
Another brook runs throuirh tho nlaco.
and It was near this, in a sort of ravirio
about 200 feet from tho highway, that
the fisherman stumbled ovor tho dead
body of a man. Tho pollco and Medical
Examiner Wilo woro notlllod and tho
body was brought to this city and placed
lu tho moi guo.
It Is n Cnso of Murder.
Whon tho uiedicnl oxamlnor saw tho
body ho Baid it was iv caso of uiurdor.
Tho man was killed and laid out tnore.
Across tho back of tho victim's head
thoro was a long, ugly gash, ovidontly
caused by a blow from n hoavy iustru
mont like a club. From tho gash the
blood had boon washed clean, llioro
were fow traces of blood upon tho body,
except upon tho hands.
Everywhere about tlio sceno thoro woro
evidences of a strugglo, and it is be
lieved the burglars quarrollod ovor a dl
vision of tho plunder.
Tho man whoso body was rouna nau
ovidontly wounded his antagonist,
thoro wore bloody footprints leading
from tho spot to tho water.
About tho body lu tho ravlno was
found a miscellaneous lot of articlos.
Tho police rocognizod them us part of
tho goods stolon Irom Wilson's storo,
which was robbed in Mill Plain on Tues
day night. Tho dead man is believed to
be ono of tho burglars, and tho pollco
think ho was murdered by his compan
ions. Coroner Dotou was telegraphed
for, and an investigation will bo mudo.
Tho murdered man has not beon identl
OFFICERS AFTER MARSH.
Tho rucltivo Hank President Is IIldlnE
PmXADELPiiiA Juno 5. Gidoon Marsh,
tho fugitive president of the Koystono
Bauk, is said to bo in hiding within a fow
miles of this city, nnd whilo tho dotoo
tlves havo boon Roourlng tho country for
him and watching stoamors for couth
Americar ports Marsh has romalnod near
So assorts Francis W. Lawrence, a re
putable citizen of Thurlow, noar Cbostor,
who claims to havo traced Marsh to his
lair. Lawronco has, however, beon care
fully guarding his socrot, and so much
time hns elapsed that Marsh may havo
again escaped and sought a new refuge.
According to Lawronco'a story, Marsh
has beon hiding all this time within two
miles of tho Highland Houso at Thurlow,
tho placo to which ho was truc.ed tho
Saturday boforo his flight was mado
Forced to fly from that rofugo by tho
fear that ho would bo discovered by ro-
Sorters or dotectives, Mursh loft tho
ighland Houso and took up quarters at
Linwood, two miles further down the
river, whoro ho has been ropoatodly seen
during tho past fow days.
A warrant has beon issued for Marsh's
arrest and Lawrence doputlzod as a con
stable with power to servo it.
Abe Coakley In Custody.
New Yoiuc, June 5. Abo Coakloy, tho
notorious bank burglar who was im
plicated with "Jimmy" Hope in tho
robbery ot the Manhattan Bank in 1878.
has just beon arrested for o robbery com
mitted two years ngo. He and a confed
erate named Williams robbed a Gorman
merchant of $545. "Williams turned
state's ovidonco, but tho jury in tho trial
of Coakloy disagreed. Tho latter then
gave ball and when his trial was called
the second time Coakloy could not be
The Stato Must Fuy the Commissions.
Boston, June 5. Tho Legislative Judi
ciary Committee ha3 submitted its roport
on tho Davis claim for $14,000 commission
for his services at Washington in secur
ing tho refunding of tho Direct Tax.
The committee says that the Legisla
ture cannot impair a contract and tho
Executive must sottlo the matter. Tho
report is on the message of the Governor
asking as to tho legality of a contract,
claimed to be held by Davis with the
Btato and under which bo claims to bo
entitled to tho commissions stated.
They Want Dillon for London
Dublin, June 5. A strong effort Is be
ing made to settle the Irish troubles by
.forming a union ot tho factions under
tho leadership ot John Dillon. The
project is advocated by mnny of the Irish
Members ot Parliament and Archbishop
Croke. It is stated that William U'Brlon
favored Justin McCarthy as tho party's
No ISnellsh Interferenoo.
London, June 5. Sir James Forguson,
Undor Secretary for Foreign Affairs,
denied in tho Houso of Commons thut
England had pledged herself to employ
elthor her naval or military forcos iu tho
defense ot Italian Interests against
French attack, as represented in tho re
cently published letter ot M, Millovogo,
Florida Yotus for Dr. Brooks.
Jacksonville. Fla,, Juno 5. Tho stand
ing committee of tho Episcopal Dloooso
of Florida met and voted iu favor of the
consecration of tho Rev. Phillips Brooks
as the bishop of the Massachusetts Dio
cese 611- Solm Mucdonnld's Condition.
Ottawa. Out., June 5. Reports from
tho residonce ot Sir John Macdonald, aro
to the effect that tho old Premier Js
, , T K Tt ..1.1-....
appointed William D. Owen ot Logans-
port, lad., buporiutenusnt ol immigration.
flighest of all in Leavening Power. TJ.
THE HOUSE FELL ON THEM.
Throo Men Klllocl by tho Collapse of n
CniCAao, Juno 4. A two-story frame
hoaso at 101 West Jackson street tell dur
ing the afternoon nnd killed throo man.
Tho house stood on cedar posts and tho
men had gone in undor it to oscnpo tho
heat and to drink, beer.
Tho moil killed outright woro Qoorgo
Schwartz, William Schwartz and John
Cahill. Three others were under tho
houso with them at the time of tho acci
dent, and of these (Jus Schwartz cannot
The men, under tho influence of tho
'leer, begau to wrestle, and two of thorn
fell against one of tho rotten poits nnd
tho wholo structuro collapsed.
STRANGLED TO DEATH.
Tho Murder of MIsk May In llodltniu
suits lu a Double Trncjcdy.
Dhdiiam, Mass., Juno 4. There is great
excitement here ovor tho murder of Miss
Mnry Emerson, who conducted n smnll
boarding house on High Rock street. Sho
was found dead in a closet in tha kitchen
of her residence. Thoro woro finger mnrka
ou tho throat, and it was evident thut tho
woman hnd beon choked to death.
The kitchen showed ovldenco of a des
A Gorman of tho namo of August is
suspected. Ho was in tho employ of
Miss Emerson, nnd his room-mate, Philip
Hoffman, declares that ho left him in
bed. August has not since been seen.
The pollco locked up Hoffman, pending
an investigation, but they do not think
Miss Emerson's ago is now stated to be
73. Sho was reputed to bo worth $25,000
which, it is said, sho intended to loavo
for tho support of tho poor of West Ded
His said will soil anything, this is
true in a moasure; but for stay! eg
qualities,- merit lrf tho tost. Extensive
advertising may soil any thing where
It is now or unknown, but after It
comes into general use, it Is judged
siccordlng to its worth. Tlio continued
and steady growth of Swift's Spec Ida
is the best ovidonco of its excellence.
It is most popular whoro it Is best
known. Every bottle sold, sells ton
others. Everyone that takos it be
eomos its friend, and recommends U
to their acquaintances.
Trcatiso on Blood and Skin Diseases
Swift Spkciic Co., Atlanta, Qa
Office of ")
COMPTBOtLEIS OF THE CtniKENCY. V-
Washington, April 8, lbOl. J
Whereas, By satisfactory evidence pre
sented to the undersigned, It has been made
to appear that "The MerchanW Rational
JJanlt of Shenandoah," In the Borough of
Bhenundoab, In the County of Schuylkill and
State of Pennsylvania, has compiled with all
the provisions of the statutes of the United
Btates, required to be complied with before an
association shall be authorized to commence
the business of banking.
Now, Therefore, I, Edward S. Lacey,
Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby cer.
tify that "The Merch an U' National Bank of
Shenandoah," In the Borough ol Shenandoah,
In the County of Schuylkill, nod Stato of
Pennsylvania, Is autborlzed'to commence the
business ot banking as provided In section
fifty-one hundred and sixty-nine of the Re
vised Statutes of the United Stales.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, wit
SSiil ness my hand and seal of office this
8th day of April, 1891.
No. 4516. E. S- LACEY,
Comptroller of the Currency,
vTOCK In tho MAIIANUY CITY
P SHENANDOAH, GIRAUD
VILLE aud ASHLAND STREET
RAILWAY can yet be procured,
and parties contemplating Invest
ment should apply at once at the
24 N, Jardm St., Shenandoah, Pa,
n)HE contract for the construction
doah and Ashland has been'award
ed and will be completed within 00
days from the lime the ground Is
broken for the station,
OARS RUNNING BY jrLY.
-T IS expected thst cars will be
running between Shenandoah
and ABhland no later than July,
Good Investment I
sur rail wumoHuc?iE.
Wben twulil? with those on uujlm Irnxroritl.M,
ferauatlr folk ions cold op ;xpou.ia. or freu Oiii
ktltttttonal Wuk nwu poctiltiirto their x, iLcald
Use OR. t CHnlHS'S oeiocratea
FEMALE REGULATING PILLS.
Tbexnre Htrengtbentqjl to the ent'rj jrtr. iapfl
tone, Tiicor anil uiauntinn forceto all fmictioaiot bodl
S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1S89.
ITnsons Klect OfUcorfl.
New Vonx, Juno 4 At tho second
day's session tho 110th annual commem
oration of tho Grand Lodges, Free and
Acccptod Masons of tho Stato of Now
York, ofllcers were olected. Grand
Master Vrootnan was unanimously re
elected, but declined the ofllce in n happy
speech. Iho present Deputy Uriind
Mnstor, William Sherer of Brooklyn, was
thcu unnnimously elected Grand Mnater
for tho ensuing yeor. R. W. Bro. Jamas
Ten Eyck of Albany, Deputy Grand
Mnstor; K. W. Bro. John Hodges of Lock-
port, Sonlor Urond Warden; K. W. Bro.
John J. Gorman was unanimously olected
Grnnd Treasurer nnd It. W. Bro. Edward
M. Eplous, Grand Secretary.
(East Mahanoy Junction)
Wild West Slow
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
Indian Village, Cowboy
and HeEican Encampment
nD the onlv herd of Trained
A and Spotted Mustangs. The
whole history of a nation told In a
tunning arama oi civilization, uo
Dlcllutr the nerlls. hardships and
heroism of pioneer life n the
plains, requiring In Its completion
over buo oaring scouts, trappers,
Vacqueros and SouoruB.cliletH with
their Warrlors.Uraves, Squaws and
1'apooses. A herd of spotted Mexi
can Mustangs, herd ot gentle Indian
I'ouies ana i exas iiroucnos.
The lamest aud grandest exhibi
tion of the kind on the American
contlneuL Owning and traveling
In Its own hnndsomciv ennlnned
railroad train. The first bivouac of
Meilcnu Vacqueros direct from old
Mexico, headed by Don ze Anno,
the famous Mexican leader, and
Senor Francisco, the king of all
riders and ropers, expert nnd
matchless In lariat throwing aud
1'ralrlo hchooners and Indian
Travojv, whole herd of American
BUFFALO and TEXAS S1U
A true representation of an
Indian : Buffalo : Hunt !
Showing the manner of branding wild cattle
on our western itoniier; startling ana
wonaeriui aupiay or snarp-nooung
by frontiersmen, cowboys
and IndlanB led by
G. WILLIAM JLIXLIE,
Famous and fearless Pony Express Riders,
showing the mode of carrying Important dls-
patches across the plains
KUcnes across tne plains Deiore ine luiroouc
inn ot tho telesranb. A band of veritlble
Mexican vacnurroH. direct from Mexico, the
greatest rough nuersin tne worm.
Performances every afternoon. Special ex
cursion trains eacnaay.
uou't lorget tuo piaco ana aate,
Lakeside Driving Park,
Eatt Mahanoi Junction,
JUNE 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20
Clillclrcii, under isyrs,
A. W. Leisennng, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisennng, Cashier,
S. W. Yost, Ass't Cashier.
Open Dnily From 9 to 3.
3 PER CENT. INTEREST!
Ialcl ou Hn-vliiKS Depooltu.
AT NK YORK.
New Vorli 0 3 0 8 0 0 0 0 04
Cincinnati 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0- S
Batteries Keef e and ltueklov: Itlilnod and
AT BROOKLYN. rrt
Brooklyn 010103110 1
ChtcRfro ii 8 0 4 1 0 0 x-11
Batteries Hemming and Dttiloy; Stela and
lloton 0 1000000 0-1
Cleveland 3 0311000X-0
Batterlex Nichols and Gantel: Youne nud
At I UlljAUCl.1 ,14.. tl
Philadelphia. 0 OliSOOBOO-C
l'lttsbiiix 0 0000010 1-Si
Batterie-B.tr and Clements: Baldwin and!
The National ineiio Record.
auM. mm. TM.m .
nuns. iron. int Cc
New York..) 15
1evelnd..l0 l .nui i
71 l'lttsbtinr..lti lg
llrntiklvn ..14 32
Pt. Louis 2 0 0 6 2 3 0 0 1-18
llnltiinnro. 0 OOOOOOOl l
Batterlos-Stlvett and llovl MoMahon and
Boston 2 0 0 000200 16
Louisville........! o o o o ;i o o u a u
llatteriee-Dallev. Mtirnhv and Farrell: Fitz
gerald and Ryan.
Athletics 1 0000000 01
Batteries Cmno and Kellv: Chainhermn and
Columbus 1 1 100033 1-0
Wellington 0 00000000 0
Ilnttcrlos Gostrlirht and O'Connor: Carsey
Tho Association Record.
dubs. iron. Ist. (Tt Cluhi. H'on. TxrnU (Tt
lloston...20 10 .(fin Cincinnati. 22 SI .4T8
Bt, Louls..31 1H .(Wl Columbus.. SI 24 .401
Ilult moroSS 17 J503 Lou'vi e..SI 28 .4a
Athletlca.S0 23 .403 Wash'ton...ll 20 13
Svracuse-rrovidonco minio iostnoncd on ao-
couut of cold aud threatening weather.
AT NEW HAVEN.
Now Haven S 1 0 0 2 2 0 1 0-8
Albany. 0 001 1003 10
Batteries Horner and W ilson: llcKon and
Lebanon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Uuffalo 1 0 0 1 3 0 0
Batteries Anderson nnd Touhov:
-Shoa and Wells: McCullough and
DROWNED IN THE SURF.
Terrible Exportation of uLlfo Saving Crew
on Lako llrlu.
Euro, Pa., Juno 5. Tho propellor Bad
ger Stato was driven ou the beach about
a mile from tho flash-light, and Captnln
Clark, Superintendent ot tho LIfo Saving
Station of this port, whilo trying to pass
a lino from tho propeller to tho tug Erie,
was struck by a high wavo and tho llfo
Tho crow clamborod onto Its bottom
but nnothor wove struck tho captain and
hurled him about thirty feet from tho
Tho upturnod boat drifted nsiioro with
tho men btill clinging to her.
Captain Clark's body was not recovered.
The crow and passongors of tho Badgor
Stato woro brought to slioro.
Tho Badgor Stato Is still on tho beach,
but it is thought sho is not iu u bad
Captain Clark entered tlio llfo saving
service as a surf man whon tho station
was established hero tn 1870. Through
his efforts many lives and a largo amount
of raluablo lloating property havo boon
savod. Ho was nearly 05 years of ago,
and had ho lived ho would hr.vo boon re
tired when ho reached tho ago of 03. '
Tho Appeal of tho Dolnmaters.
Uabrisburo, Pa., Juno 5. Tho appeal
of tho Dolamators for a chango of venuo
from tho court of Crawford County was
argued boforo tho Supreme Court. Coun
sol for tho Delamntors claimed that so
much nroiudlco oxlstod in Crawford
County against their clients thnt thoy
could not have a fair and Impartial trial.
District Attorney Best denied these alle
gations, and in support ot tho assertion
presented the affidavits ot mora than 800
rosidonts of Crawford County. The
court reserved its decision.
A Younir lluslness Man Kills nimself.
Wiieelino, W. Vo., Juno 0. JuBt be
fore noon Samuel Maxwell Uartman, a
prominent young business man, com
mitted sulcido by shooting himself
through tho head. When his mother
rushed upstairs Hartiuan was lying, with
his arms folded peacefully, dead, with
the rovolvor in his hand. Ho had been
suffering for some tlmo with an iuoura
bio disease and was discouraged.
Must Pay the Penalty.
Tbenton. N. J.. Juno 5. Tho Hudson
County election olucors, who woro oon
victed ot dishonesty at tho polls, ap
coaled their caso to tho Supremo Court,
which has affirmed tlio decision ot tho
lower court. Unless they tako a further
appeal to tho Court of Errors, thoy must
go to stato jirison aim sorvo out tuo son
tenco ot 18 months.
School Tuicher Prevent n Panto.
Worcester, Mass., June 5. Tho school-
house in Jelrorsonvlllo was burned about
10 a. m. Thero woro 100 pupils In th
building nt tho time. Tho teachers by
thoir coolness provontod u panic, and
marched tlio children from tho building
in an orderly manner. Iho building was
burned to the ground. Loss, $5,000; in
sured. Dig Lumber Company Organized,
Tona wanda, N. Y., Juno 5. Thoro has
just been organized hero one ot tho largest
lumber companies iu the country. It is
backed by Now York capitalists, quoted
at ?0,000,00U. Tho namo Is tho Tona-
wanda Lumber nnd Saw Mill Company.
Offices ot the oompany aro located at Bay
City, Micu., xonawuiiua anu Locicport,
Nnrclsso Liirocquo Kxerutod.
Toronto, Juno 5. Narclsso Larocrjuo
M hanged nt L Urlglnnl, (Jut., at o:Ua
a-irf., for tho murdorof Mary and Elizabeth
Mcuonngie last uotouer, no dio-i with
out n word and without the slightest
sign ot fear. Ho mado uo confession.
Boston, Juuo 0. Tho bill for rodistrict-
ing the State, ns reported by tho commit
tee, was passed in the House. ...
We are a patient people the
ox is nowhere in comparison.
Webuy lamp-chimneys by the
dozen; they go on snapping and
popping and flying in pieces;
and we go on buying the very
same chimneys year after year.
Our dealer is willing to sell
us a chimney a week for every
lamp we burn a hundred or
I more a year and we plow for
, , .
ci.y nun iui guaumg u&.
Mnrhftli'st " nparl rnn " mrl
IMaCDCUl S pearl Kp ana
nearl olnss rln nnr hi'falr
frcm heat; they are made of
A' im i , , 1
ns iir.t::y as noi our aeaier
would rather his chimneys
would brea!:; " it's gcodfor the
business," says he. He buyj
the brittlcst ones he can get.
" What are you going to do
I'ltttburg. Geo. A. MACBETH & CO.
GOLD KEDAL, PARIS, 1373.
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aud admirably adapted for invalids
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I UhtehMter's Kmll.ti Diamond IlruA.
Original and Only (Pennine.
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no others Htfutt iangtrou luiititw
ffottj and imitation! A I Druuliti. or ami !
la atkinf for partlonlnri tt-itlmoDlal aa4
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UuutU, Thrut, IrrltattADi. Beall
lnM leQaumMron, Eidoija
Wtakneil Debility, Impalrct Memory n4Dtfly.trlctor
11 dUetica riu'tlDf from joatttfal error or from orcrwork,
OldiYoung" Middle Aged dottoffr any loonr,
url certain, no tuptrlmtut 1 hi evorythinf inowo ta
madlcal ai auroral aoienoi obatxiatv aod oil omi aolUUid,
BO matter who failed relief at ooea rroah flaapa cured lo 4
to JO daya Eoroiwatt lloapltll ciMrle one IB Uermany, Df
Uod, t raneo and laattlt, aa narUilcHt-t aa4 diploma prote.
aud W TeaTi praotinaUxr rlenc 10 000 oaKua rarea yearly.
3Ii3,UUU enn -rnve ai n ral akl'l. ksovltdo ou4
iperleaoa tint who can bow ai muy pailiut ptrmaoeDtlJ
eurod a lean a'nr nuaoka and "i"tMtLr;
rulatd them. Ht-n.t lc ttmp fo. t V "1 BOTH" and
taatlnioutali ail-oafn quacai anl a-lvriimg doctora wiia
tbelr ralw aud fiaudu.eut uaTui. t a an I w-uoiootaia, inair
iDMey or frlpi-iily ta U a.M tht.li ch. au ted w"hltMiia
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