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Presents In the most elegant form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most" 'beneficial to the human
i system, forming an agreeable
' nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a "weak or inactive
condition ot tile
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It is the most excellent remedy known to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one Is Bilious or Constipated
PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP,
HEALTH and 8TRENOTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
jo-srasLTj.E3 oa? 3trxo-
MANUFACTURED ONLY OY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE. KY NEW YORK. II, t.
Have cured finny thorn and ca-.-.
MiUMitaU uikbi vegetable uemedifs
Cm- -nt t iv,
ph--iitftn jYe.ni tint done syiiit omt
ra pi illy 'lisa ripen,
in in ;-r mts'I two riftlS nt
incnUlsof rmr- TCIJ hJtV troattiieiH ftCCC 't mall
culou rum. I UN UUIO Ii,m1-M d rilCfc von or
FREE BOOK of te
trial, amd ten ."til" 1 i, u d. u),.ur.
DU II. II. UKKK.N A- MlN. ATLANTA. tiA-
ffftf juic relief
lihmusatinn, nraraltrlA, plenripy And lambso
nt uucn, tre-numa xr ia uy tut jjrujdtutLB
A New "Venture
w- 3yrsA.-s- POTTS
Has opened a
AT No. 218 N. CENTRE ST
Bales of assorted goods, notions, hardware,
glassware, etc., etc
Gouds (rom all carts ol the county solicited
THE SEASON FOR
MSIXO .IT IIAJfD,
Committeemen should bear in
mind that the Herald office
Is prepared to do nil kinds of
at the most reasonable rates.
Qlve us a call and obtain our
prices. All work done when
promised and In a satisfactory
W, S, SNYDER'S
I Boot and Shoe Store
, (Masteller's old stand,)
Corner Com nnrt jnrdln.StH.
Mr. Snyder will always keep In stock a fine
J1UU Ul UUUU1 UUU BUUVS.
itstunt Work mid Repairing-
Cone In the best style, lie truarantees to sell
cheaper than competitors on Alain street who
have bit' rents to pay, and guarantees a genu
ine bargain on every purchase.
IMPORTANT NOTICE !
All persons are hereby warned
NOT TO FISD IN TDE DASIS !
Belonging to the
Shenandoah Water Company,
nnd all parlies caught violating this notice
Prosecuted as Trespassers.
Uy order of
Or (lie Uquur llablt, I'otllltvlj Curcu
auuiiiUMvrina nr. ititiuc
It li manufactured as powder, which ota be given
In & Bias of beer. cup of eolleo or tea, or In food,
without tba knowledge ef the patient. It ! absolutely
harmless, and will effect a permanent and speedy
cure, whether the patient la a moderate drinker or
an aToohulla wrrak. It has been given in thousand!
of eases, and in every Inetanoe a perfeat cure has fol
lowed Jt never t'uii. The ayatem once Impregnat
?d with the 8 peel float becomes an utttr impossibility
or the liquor appetite to exlt.
49 p29 book of particulars free. To be had or
H. HAGENBUCH, Druggist; Shenandoah
M. HAMILTON, U. U.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
lijOfflce.-S8; West Lloyd StreetPUeonodoah
SEABRIGHT IN RUINS
Tho Now Jorsoy Snmmor Re-
Bort Swept by Flames.
OVER 400 BUILDINGS BURNED.
Ono Hundred Families Driven Into tho
Streets and Aro Homeless. .
TheOnoTIre Company In tho Town ffas
Holpless Flremou Ilroucht In from As
ljury l'ark and Long llranch AfTectlnp;
Scenes In tlio Streets Tho Lots Esti
mated nr. 8.100,000.
SEAPmarrr. N. J., June 17. This well-
known summer resort was visited by a
disastrous flro last night, which reduced
to ashes the larger portion of the town.
About four hundred buildings were,
burned. Several hundred families have
been rendered homeless. Tho total loss
will reach at least $500,000.
The flro broke out In a livery stable on
Rlvor street, nnd as rt gale of wind was
blowing along tho coast at tno time tuo
flames spread rapidly. In a remarkably
short time a wholo block ot buldllngs on
Elver street was burning. Thoro Is but
it small Are department In the town and
help wos telegraphed for from Long
Branch nnd Asbury Park.
By the time this assistance arrived n
largo portion ot tho southern portion of
tho town was In flames.
Women and children ran through the
streets crying and wringing their hands in
frantic manner, while tno
Ilia flreinon In attempting
to chock tho
The flames at this tlmo made such
rapid headway that in many Instances tho
Inmates of the buildings uaroiynau timo
to escape with their lives.
Tho Ilurned Soctlon.
Tho Bection burned over extends from
tho Shrewsbury Rlvor to tho ocean and
to tho point whoro tho New Jorsey South
ern Railroad crosses Ocean Qrovo.
Among tho buildings burned woro tho
postoflice, the Seabrlght and Poppongor's
Hotels, tho Methodist Church, school-
houso, buildings occupied by tho Now
Jorsoy Telephono Company and tho El-
beron steamboat company, ran or tno
Octagon Hotel was burned.
Manv residences were ourncu, ana tno
portion in which tho fishermen dwell suf-
iored severely. Jinny 01 tnese onruy peo
ple lost their all aud to-day aro homeless
.Many 01 tho wealthy citizens ana tuo
hotels which escaped destruction have
thrown open their houses to the sufferers.
Pastor Owens of tho Asbury M. E.
Church, lost everything after ho thought
he had escaped, ills lurnlture was
moved into the street, but botoro it could
be carted away it was set on flro by a
spark and burned. ,
One of the saddest features of tho flro
lies in tho fact that but few' of the dwell
ings were insurod, the inmates being un
ablo to enrry any insurance. Upon tho
total loss not moro than halt is covered
by Insurance, Editor Van Sant of tho
Sentinel says his paper will bo issued
this week from tho ofllco of ' the Long
THE GREAT SUBURBAN.
Over 30.000 People baw Eoantuka Win
tho Sensational Race.
New Yowt, Juno 17. The great
Suburban has been run and will pass
into history as the greatest turf ovent of
Never before has such a crowd wit
nessed a horse raco In this country, and
this despito the fact that It was tba hot
test June day avor known in tho vicinity
of New York. At tho track it was slm
plyfiflazlng, blistering hot, with not a
nook or corner within roach where tho
heat could bo escaped.
A conservative estimate placed tho
number of persons present at 80,000, but
many believed that 40,000 yiaa much
nearer the flguro.
Tho race Itself proved very sensational,
inasmuch as Tenny, who wont to tho
post tho hottost favorite over known in
tho Suburban, was not only defeated for
first place, but finished in tho ruck. Tho
second choice, Tea Tray, finished abso
lutely last, but Major Domo, the third
holce, managed to get the place by a
length from Casstus.
The winner turned up In Loantaka,
the 5-year-old son of Sensation and Peg
gy Dawdle, who was a long shot in the
betting, thoro being as much as 40 to 1
When the.Judges summoned the horses
to the posLthoy paraded past tho gr.ind
stand and back Again. After a llttlo
manceuvering they came down toward
tho starter on a line. Down wont the
red flag, and with a mighty roar of
"They're oil 1" the raco was on.
Major Domo was the first to break the
line, and came toward the stand witn a
head the best of it, while Casslus was
second, a length beforo Banquet, who
was a length in front ot Demuth, who In
turn was a head before Isaao Lewis,
'with tho rest all bunched. Tenny, Tea
Tray and Loantaka were bringing up the
rear. Tea Tray was sulking and, notwith
standing Garrison's efforts, refused to
When tho backstretch was reached the
order was about the same, and Murphy
tried to improve his position on Tenny,
but the little swayback could not gain ft
yard. As they approached the upper
turn, Major Domo had threo-quartors of
a length tho best of it, While Demuth
was two lengths In front of Casslus,
with Fitzjamos next, followed by Tenny,
who was getting the whip. The Interest
at this period was intense nnd Bhouts ot
dismay arose. "Tenny is beaten," cried
the backers of the favorite, and sq ho
was, for, notwlthstondlna Murphy's most
vigorous efforts, Tenny could not Improve
As they Bwung into tho stretch, Major
Domo was tho first to show, a head before
Demuth, who was a head before Casslus.
They ran lu this order down to the last
furlong, when Bergen cut loose with
Loantaka and it was all over. With
space-killing strides ho passod horse at
tor horse, amid the plaudits of winners
and losers aliko, and won, a longth and
a halt from Major Domo, who beat Cas
slus it length for the place. Then cams
Fitzjames, Banquet, Tenny, Rllov, De
muth, Isaac Lewis and Tea Tray In tho
The fractional time of tho race wast
Quarter, 05U 1-0; half, 0:50; three-quarters,
ltlS; mile, 1:41; mils and a quarter,
The XlnrrUou, Jn London.
London, Juno 17. Mrs. McKeo and
Mrs. Russell Harrison visited the House
ej Commons last evening. '
flighest of all in Leavening Power.
GEN. GROSVENOR RESIGNS.
Secretary Foster Will Give 111m Another
l'osttlon of Responsibility
Washington, Juno 17. Secretary Fos
tor has received tho following dispatch
from Goti. Qrosvenor, chairman of tho
Immigration Commission to visit Europe:
"Fearing that tho assaults upon mo by
certain of the press on misrepresenatlon
will impair, if not destroy, my Useful
ness In the Immigration Commission,
I respectfully tender my resignation. I
cannot afford to bold ofllco to tho In
Jury of my party. Let my resignation
titko effect at tho pleasure of the Depart
ment." Gen. Grosvenor's resignation will bo
accepted to-day. Secretary Fottor says
that the manly courso of Qon. Qrosvenor
was hightly appreciated by the Prosldonk
I 1 V. 1 1 rpi, crtvAt..n ...m
UUU UJT U1LUBC11. iu ucbLavuij "III g.vu
Gen. Qrosvenor another position of equal
rank and responsibility, thus tostuylhg
to his confidence in the General and his
appreciation ot tho high stand he has
Klopcd nt Plftoen.
Wilmington, Dol., June 17. Tho city
of New Castlo is mnch excited over tho
elopement of Fnunio, tho pretty 15-year-old
daughter of Joseph Bartlott, with
John II. Itocd, a prominent business man.
Tho girl left homo presumably to visit
relatives In Salem, N. J., but went to
Delaware City Whoro sho met Reed, and
the couple wont to Wheeling, W. Vh,,
and were married. Heed has a wlfo nnd
Secretary Foster Did Not Go to Ohio.
Washington, Juno 17. Secretary Fos
ter decided not to go to Ohio this week.
The speech? prepared by the Secretary to
be delivered at tho Convention, however,
will bo read by ono of his frlend3 either
at the convention or at the mass meeting
which follows tho convention to-night.
Killed by a niait.
Lancaster, Pa., Juno 17. Honrietta
Stone was killed hero by being struck
with a rock thrown by a blast pn C. S.
llerr's property. Ilerr, Contractor Qor
lach and tho workmen engaged in the
blasting have been arrested charged with
Lieutenant lloach Is Insane.
Fort Monroe, Va., Juno 17. Lieut,
Hampton M. Roaoh, First 'Artillery, re
cently sentenced to three years' suspen
sion, has been taken to Washington for
treatment at St. Elizabeth's Asylum for
Itumnr About tho Karl of Covontry.
London, Juno 17. It Is rumored that
the' Earl of Coventry has been called, on
for bis resignation as Master of the Buck
hounds. Tho report is neither affirmed
Ko Autumn Session of Parliament.
London, Juno 17. The idea of nn au
tumn Bession of Parliament has been
abandoned. Parliament will reassemble
HOW IS YOUR CHILD?
Swift's Specific ia tho great
developer, of delicate child
,ren. It regulates the secre
tions; it stimulates the skin to
healthy action, and assists
nature in development.
There is no tonic for child
ren equal to 3 S
Send for our treatise on Blood waA
Bwrrr Snano Co., Atlanta, Q
A. W. Leisenrmgt Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisenrmg, Cashier,
S.W. Yost, Ass' t Cashier.
Open Dally From 9 to 3.
3 PER CENT, INTEREST
Paid on Bavluus DciioisUh,
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889,
ORDERED OUT OF TOWN.
Dr. Jones of gcnuiton Smpectod of Caus
ing tl Death of Ills Wife mill Child.
ScrtANTON, Pa., Juno 17. Dr. A. R
Jones, who has been practising modlcino
in tho Providence section of the city, has
beon warned to lenvo Scranton. A petl
tlon signed by leading business men and
citizens In that portion of the city po
litely told him to roraovo, in order to save
Dr. Jones is charsod with having neg'
lected his practico and treated his family
with barbarous cruelty, the death of an
Infant child being followed on Friday
last by that of his wife, whom ho is
charged with having abused.
Tho wife's body was sent to Wllmln
ton, Del., to her family for burial, kind-
hearted neighbors looking af tor this cero-
mony, while tho husb aid nbsonted him
self from the houso, and oven refused to
accompany tho corpse to tho last resting
QUEESl to CO.
The famous firm of OCULISTS snil OPTICIASS
Havo nrraneed -to send ono of their
Specialist, on the EYU
Saturday, June 20, 189I,
He will be at the
troni 8 30 A. M. to 5 V. M.
Thoco whose e.vrs are causlne discomfort
should call upon our specialist, uud they will
receive intelligent ana SKiumi attention.
024 Clie.it nut St.,
Is located at
No. 14 North White Street.
Having ban his gallery greatly Improved, he
is riowoeiier prepareu man ever io xneei
tne wants ot ine public in me pnoto
graphic line. The best photo
graphs at lowest ) rices.
Crayon Work a Speoialty,
ti-REEI : TRUCK
Oysters, Clams and Poultry
Received daily at tho old reliable
North Maia SI, near Lloyd.
Wliolcsnlc aud Retail.
Picnics, festivals and nrlvato narlles sun
piled In quantities at short not lco.
Green TrucK, Fine Groceries,
Delaware roe shad and other fresh ash right
from the boats on JTldays. Fresh
Greens from the Houtb.
Evan's Building, E. Centre St,
(J. S. William' old ttanil)
Everything new and 'resh. Goods delivered
to any part of town,
R. C. KNIGHT & SON.
For LOST or FAtLINO IXAlfllOODi
Weknt-of Body aod Kind. Effect
of Erron or Exeeuei in Old or Youth?.
botinkt. Hfitl)IU!IHOOn folly KMtortd. How t r.lirjr ma
Abaultilllr B-fatllaff HUMtt TRHT)IIXTttMfitf In d.y.
Bto Utlry from AO BUItl --4 rtf n CooatrU. Itrit tbtrs
l)trtptl Book. tcUaktloa and nroofi allfd(irUdl Trtf
turns ERIE MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO, N. Vi
A grand opportunity for Joining a new
The Beneficial Older of Equity,
A fraternal society for both sexes.
Pays From $200 to $5,000
IN SIX YEABS.
Advances money to bny hemes, cancels the
inueoteaness in cae ui nisauiiuy ur ueuiu,
pays sick unuuetftiu ueutmie.
For further particulars call on or address,
Deputy Bnpremo l'rctldent,
ssi , main pi,, onenanaoau, ra.
MAI! Ill .l
Whta tronbled with tboiBnno;ln irreROiti itte
(riuntWfollovtta4tO coldorepouure. or froL(o
stiluUonal W eatuMtsi to recaliai to thulr mi, ittci
Ue OR, DuCHOIME'S Celehrnted.
FEMALE REGULATING PILLS.
Th.r.re StraDsthsnlnil to tho ntlru ijfr , i 3Pr
tons, vigor una lustfattio fore to all I onct lout of '
sad mind, Bsnt tr wstl, kwurvlrssAleit, liMAltln .
Qr. IJartnr Medicine
New Tnrh TTIns the final Osme In the
" AT SEW TORK.
New York B 0 3 0 0 1 P 0 0-ft
Chicago - 0 000000000
Untterlra-lluale and Uucltlert Lub? and
nrrjoxlrn 0 3 10 10 1
Cincinnati... 0 0 0 1 0
dome called at end of the seventh Inning on
account of rain. . , ,
nnttcnc-i;arutuers nmt uaney; lininos ana
Ilojtcn 1 0 0 4 0 3 0 3 0-10
Vlttsburi? 0 00O00lou-'i
rintterica Olarkson. Itennctt and Lake:
Ilaldwiu and Mack.
Philadelphia. -0 00003000-3
Cleveland 3 0303000 Jt- 8
llattorlee-Qormalv and Brown: Young and
The National League Record
Club, iron. Lrmt CI Cfii6. iron. lywt. CI
Nrw Vnrlf..4l) Id .(Ul Meveland ..84 kilt .600
Chlcosro...S5 30 .51 l'lill,dePa..21 Wl .147
Brooklyn ..S3 83 .500 TCInotnmitl.lO 8 .40
iirMtnn ....ra zi .n&u i'iLisounr..ii7 u rtw
WMhlnitnn 0 01000000 l
Baltimore. .0 llOOOlOx-3
llattf rles Foreman and Mcdulro: Cunnln.
ham and Townsomi.
Cincinnati I 3 0 0 1 0 2 3 0-10
St, Louis 0 0010301S 0
llntterles-Malus and Kelly; Noal, McOIll
Ijillllvlllo 0 000010001
Columbus.... 0 00101100-3
Batteries Ehrct and Ryan; Knell and
0 0020001 03
Ilattorios-Sanders and Cross; BulDnton and
Tho Association Itecord.
riutn. IT'on. r,ns. Ct Clubs, trim. Twt. CI
Iloston... 3,- 18 ,0(30 Columbus.. 80 0 .473
St. LnUUL.ra -3 .014 LOU'Vt 1C.... I .414
llaltlmoro33 ia .HS3 Athletics...?-' 32 .407
Cincinnati :.7 it .aw vosn'tou...ii aa juu
Syracupo 0 10003000 .1
Itochostcr 1 0 8 0 0 0 0 S! x- 0
llattcrios Link and Qulnn; Shrevc and llow.
Albany 1 0110003 0-0
Buffalo 0 003000103
Ilattcrlcs-Dovlln and Hess: lUrr and Mur
AT NEW HAVEN.
New rtaven 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-5
Lebanon 0 0000001 0-
Iiottcrlea Lystou nnd Decker! Anderson
mi a 'loony,
Provldenco 0 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 x 4
Troy, 0 0000003 03
fldttcrlcs Ryan and Ilurkc; O'Hourko and
A GHASTLY FIND.
Several Dead Xnfnuts round Secreted In
a House at llydo Tark.
Hyde Paiik, Mass., June 17. Recently
Calvin Schofiold purchased and with his
family moved Into a houso on Providence
street. For sovoral days past tho family
wero annoyed by n stench about tho
promises, and investigation led to tho
discovery of tho bodlos of halt a dozen
partially dissocted Infants in the cellar
and secrotea in other parts or the houso,
Tho former occupant of tho houso was
a medical student, but it cannot be
learned where ho procured his subjects.
Tho authorities, uro investigating tho af
riremon Tult from n, llurnliig Bridge.
FiTTSBUKO, Juno 17. A spark from a
passing steamboat sot flro to the Pittsburg
end ol tho sixth street uriugo, connecting
Pittsburg with Alleghany from Sixth
street to Federal street. A strong breezo
fanned tho flames, and in a short tlmo a
large part of the nrst Bpan was burning
fiercely. After hard work the flro was
extinguished causing a loss of $5,000.
During the tiro one of tho linos ol hoso
kinked, knocking two hosemon down.
Tho liberated hose slashed about wildly,
and knocked threo other firomon oil the
bridgo into the Alleghany river, twenty-
flvo feet below. They were rescued by
tho crew of a passing tow boat.
Flro in a Cincinnati Hospital.
Cincinnati. Juno 17. Shortly after
midnight fire was discovered in the City
Hospital and tho prompt worn, or tho
fire department Bavod tho big building.
Tho scene was a thrilling ono, and for
a wh)lo confusion reigned supreme, All
ot the putleuts were gotten out In safety,
and in a snort tune tne maze was extin
guished. The loss is about $3,000. Uiss
Herrlngton, a nurso, nau to be lowered
from a window.
A School Frluctpal Arrested.
Rondo UT, N. Y., Juno 17. Ltncoln B,
Hasklns, principal ot tho South Rondout
public Bchool, was arrested hero last
ovenlng by Deputy Sheriff Miller of Cort
landt County, on bastardy proceedings,
instituted In behalf of Emily Southwick,
a pretty 18-year-old farmer's daughter.
The prisoner is unmarried and is about
03 years old.
Ex-Seuatnr Warner Miller's Denial.
New Yohk, June 17. A dispatchjfrom
San Francisco says tho charges of ex
travagance made against the olucers
of tho Nicaragua Canal Company, aro de
nied by Warnor Miller, president of tho
company. The charges are made by B. C.
Knight, who, Miller says, Is a discharged
employe and does not own any stock in
He Stole 832,000.
Ayeb, Mass,, Juno 17. Ex-Cashier
Spattlding's defalcation with the North
Middlesex Saving Ins' .tution amounts to
$53,000. President Atwood states that
the Comptroller will levy an assess
ment of probably 60 per cent, on tho
Killed br Lightning.
Clamon, Pa., Juno 17. A heavy thun
der storm passed over this placa last
evening. A young man named Taylor
was struck by lightning auu mnod.
AVInCry Weather In llerlln.
Berlin. Juno 17. Berlin Ib hiving a
spell of chilly, wintry weather, and the
Council has voted 3,000 marks to heat
the asylums for tho homeless.
rushing the Lund l'urchase 1)111,
London. June 17. Tho Irish Land
Purchase bill passed a first reading lu
the House of Lords. The second is fixed
(or tho 15th Inst.
Have you a Pittsburgh,
Rochester, Duplex, or a Stu
Do they work satisfactorily?
Do your Lamp Chimneys
bfeak? You get the wrong sort!
The right ones, are the
"Pearl Glass," made by
Geo. A. Macbeth & Co., Pitts
burgh, makers of the cele
brated Jt'earl-top lamp cntm-
ney, which have given univer
$3 SHOE l!SHS
ranted, and sn gtampcl on bottom. Address
XV. L. DO L (il.Ati, llrocktnn, Mass. SoldtV
GOLD IISDAL, PARIS, 1873.
W. Baker & Co.
from which tho excess '
oil has been removed, is
and It is SoUiblc
aro used lu Its preparation. It hn
more than three times the strength ct
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroo:
or Sugar, and is therof oro far mon
economical, costing les3 than one cem
a cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily dig-este'.
and admirably adapted for iuvalU
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Crooors ovorywhoro.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Ite
Sioo mid UpwardH
CAN HE INVESTED IN
A POHITIVH AND HAFF.
Dividend Paying Stock.
Full particulars aud
Prospectus can be had
on application or addressing
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CIileliMtrr's Kn.UJi Diamond Tlnuid.
llrlsrf nal And Onlw CchbIbA.
AFC, ftJwtl rlUt)U. LAOIS tlk i
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mona aran in ilea and tvou mvuiuav
(, 4WsieJ wilt, blue ribt in, TnL o
no other. Kefui4 d inatrotia tubttttu
tong and imitititmt. At lruaiiti.or atmAdA.
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lofrj, iLBtDtoittooi, Ktdotyk
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pTiipila. rile. UUabotr.
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ail autaie rtnu'iinf irgra yuina-Bi ciiur w vm
Old, Young " Middle Aged dviaiTe wj tton.
nrt Ccrtktu, no ticxrinmit J bk7r tTtrjtMoi ibowd t
tnedlaalandturLi al cltnr -tit nau ac4ollcwiioltelitl
bo matter wto Falteil relief at once rreeti cat cured Ja 4
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uptrteoot and mho can ibow a tutor catUnti parmkoentlr
cared ae loan after quack an! alteriUinc doctora bav
mined Intra. Bend o iump fer lor "TROTH' anliwora
teettimoiitalteirwaini quaebi and l1nulni dwr wllh
their falta and tVaa.!ulnt cuarant. u i taiinootaU, uelr
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la ruin of tbnuMul tf .onPitlns; tlctim Oenei Hoiai, .
Ererrdar rrnm M n.si M Bvei.niio ot WedueeJay
ani Saturday fv-uiuil tr- in ? 10, 3uti tare frnm f toll. Fef
btrru-wk mVi.IuhIu ju4 ttnturdaj' I'liUa. Tlai.
Ur.ttt til Olinl Eelli.le f.tl Cut. Ctaii!ti
If you coutemplato
rlRl Hp.hful. It wilt
pay you to visit the 'UocitrhTKH 11U8I
NErW UNIVKIW1TY before deciding where,
though you may live a thou-amt miles away.
It stands at the bead of the llstcil romtner
ctal schools In Us character as nn educational
force, as a medium lor supplying the business
men of tho country with trained and capable
anlMant. as a means ot pluciuir ambitious
young men and women on tho high ro id to,
success, nd In the txtent, elegance and cost
ol f nulpmeut Thorough (XIMMKIU'IAL,
COl'LBKa. The Twentyeventh Aunual
Catalogue will be mailed to any address.
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W. hi TOUCLAS
WILLIAMS &, ROGERS,