Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 2, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 14, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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Mr 111 all Kinds ol
Poreto and BomBsliG Frails Etc.
HOaLE-MADE CAUDY FRESH EV-
Not door to Giddinp-as Giddingt' Bulk
BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER.
BRENHAJI WASHINGTON COUNTY. TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 14. 1SSG.
ghoiofl Familj Qroosries
Wluos Manor Tobacco
flsars Crockery nutl Glassware
(Qraber Buflding TUfet Side of Square.
tfiy-Goods delivered In ill parti of the citj J
JASB 1TEU '
Quitman Street Brenham Texas.
Solicit" public patronage. Honest eights I
and fair dealing is his mo'to. "Wagon yard
attached for BENEFIT of customers.
and Sealer In I
GROCERIES BEER CIGARS and
Dealer in Stapl: and Fancy Groceries
Trash CaLes and Picj on hand at all times.
3Ialn Street. Brethau. Texas
KILLQUGH & BITERS
rublllhrd Dally and Week.
' OrriCK Dw er Building St. Charleebtreel.
EIfITOIiIAL NOTES. At five o'clock Wednesday morn-'
ing a 15000-barrcl tank of refined
A iTORr has gained cunency oil caught tire iromi.ii unknown
that President Cleveland i a he-' cause at the Stadnard Oil com-
lUXKIKi LEVIN PiblisherS i PROfnnoRs. j liover in lock. pany's work-" at Cleveland. By
The Nacogdoches Star and Xcws hard work the fire was confined to
have consolidated and will in fu- tho ono tank
tnrc appear as one paper. Trie Waio Kxnminer intimated!
TilERr. is not nSmith intho pres-j that a change was about to take
nt congress hut the Jones family 'plate in tho Fort Worth Gazette i
ITEMS OL' INTEREST.
Gen. F. K. Spinner live nt Pa-' i". S. Green one of Bastrop's
bio Beach Florida. oldest citizens is Head.
K.-tyctto countv has r. cash
Halts of Subscription:
Dailv per annum in advance $G 00
Weekly per annum in advance 2 00
Transient anil Legal ailTfrrlsrmeiil. inserted
at one dollar per square one Inch. Tor first In-
sertion ami JUty cent. ir Hinare lor each tub-
.equent Insertion. Marriage ami Obituarr no
nce. exec emnE eignv lines nun price r.uiiu-
rlal notices of a purely limine craract.r ten
cent a line each insertion.
Entered at lie Br.cliam Tostoftlce as Sfcon
TMiowd.ru.vervane marvel of purity.
.lre.-ii.-th .nrl nl.n1.-mn. res. Mtir. eronnmlral
lri.n the ordinary kiiidv. end cannot be mM In
i Senator Blair of Now Hamp-
shire wants two more Washington
; monuments or rather duplicates
I of it to tho memory of Lincoln and
Grant and to that end has intro-
duccd a bill for their erection. In
I view of tho many difficulties and
tho tlmo consumed in the erection
enmiellliuoMllhileiiiiillitu'leoflowict short -fjia.nf nnnmnnt :s nnr
neiahl alum nnh-uMie powders Sold .nly 0I U1 prOSCDt monumont 11 IS not
"" "" I at all Iikoly that Jar. Blair's schemo
will be carried out.
In can. Koyal Ilakin;
-&.. w inrK
Live Stock Dealers
Sandy St. bet. Ant and St. Charles.
T11K SPOON IN CA.X."
Fastest selling an-1 bct goods made. A
beautiful silver-plated spoon in each one
threeand-fflbs. can. Save the empty cans
JS&6asb ricmiums for them. For sale in
Stkrn 4 Kolwis
Mitex St Queue.
An Exploded Boom
A long lank. lean and chronic Anti-Fotah
Boom met tho new ft and saur Atlanta
Big Bold Boom on a hot sultry day.
'Wo are our' asked the u. is. i.uoom.
I am the old Anti l'otah Boom" tshs
tho sad reply as tho prcpinition rolled
down and ltlenned hea lly on the B. B. B.
Uoom lor support:
'.Don't lean on roe" said tho B. B. B. '
Boom. "I mar: look krone: but I am quite
young only 14 months old am growing
rapidlv and r.in miqhtv weak in tlic knees.
1 am doing the work v men j ou tia e tailed
to do a'though jou arc 50 year ohL You
arc old and tough and rich and don't re
quire a support. But what causes you to
iook so win oi later
"Well I hardlvknow'rclifd the Aiiti-
Potcsh Boom. My physician tells me that
my ouiaiuesnave oeen over-raieu ana inn
v hile trying to whip out all opposition by
boast and brsp that I hove proven my in-
abilitv. Old oco is alo crpepins on me
having fought near fiO ears before any one
knew iwaslivine ana now i am anabie to
perform feats that others are doinz. lam
collapsed; my friends have turned aira Inst
me and call mo names and oh Lordy I sick
I become at the very Mctiiof U.ai. B. Jlold
ny hrad while I die.'
Dpiolslerer sA Mattress Hater
Cosser SLirkct xd Tclcax SnTErw
Rear of Eld.idge's Store.
Brenham - - - Teias.
We are prepared t inaftff from the com-
jnoneit Shuck to the Km st IMr and Spring
Mat nss. Comnctition defied 1 q chal-
leniecomparison in vorkmanship and price
fll 1 .Ti.ttracEft. rnnnv.lArl lit SI PCfl.
ParltirraiU renovated (or S10 half 'the
Corner of St. Charles and Sanay Streets
My bar Is alwara cnjl'"'l with the fliiestli-
qttoralDthe market tt wit McBrjar. Monti
ce'lo. nn 1 Old lno Uml In Mined we krp a
Tall iwi of Oliforaia Kell-j' Isand Knift
Ctamii5iie. Tiie flneot liraotU of cigars in the
II I.KUM W rronrlftor.
LONE STAR SALOON
UORTHSTREET (in roar of Operallouso)
The bar Is always supplied with 1 o finest
end purest beer wines liquors and igan.
Tho lunch counter is supplied vith all
delicacies foreign and domestic th ' can bo
had in the market.
3IEYEU & SOJiNENBEKG
Ccuibiiicu uiui orvui ACuiract
THEY ARE AS TRANSPARENT AND
COLORLESS AS L1UIIT ITSELF
And for softness of endurance to the ej e can-
not be excelled cnihlinc the wearer to read
for hours without fatigue. In Cict they are
Perrcct SIslit Preservers.
Testimonials from the leadins nlnsimns
in tho United States G'vcrnors Senators
Legislators Stockmen men of note in all
irUlt"b3IU113 iillW IU U1UWV-1I VtQ'IWH-a V 1 uuu
lanlers. mechanics etc can be ci?en. who
have had their sight by the ruse.
Jl'su cvieutaieu .jjitri-uiui.-. uiiu uu.
spru.c.ye ulasscs can oniv De purcnasea
m JilUVUUi 01 iu x. Jjuu.1 uruggitU)
where a larc assortment of tho Glasses can
be fonnd.and properl v fitted to all conditions
of the eye. These eUswiaro not sold to
peddlers at any price.
A. 2. SXWSS.
Cariefon & Hash
A complete utock of Patent Medicines
Fine Perfumeries and Tolict Articles con-
stantly on hand.
'IONS a specialty.
Corner North and Main St.
Itrcnltam - - Texas.
a. w hunt.
HUNT & CO.
(SuccessorJ to J. A. WilkinsJ
Planters' Fireproof Warehouse.
General Umiim MerclMti
ORAIN BRAN HAY
and Farm Seeds
COAL LIE CEKENI FIREBRICK.
JTXCTES and TIX.ES.
WHITEWATER & MURPHY
NO MORE EYE-GLASSES
A Certain Safe and Effective Remedy for
SORE. WEAK aM INFLAMED EYES
Prod tic! off X.oiiff-fel glitcd neft and Ke-
toriC the Sight of the Old.
Oares Tear Drops Granulation
Styo Tumors Iitd Eyes.
Halted Eyo Lashes
AND PRODUCING QUICK RELIEF
AND FRMAKE2T CURE
Also. Equally edcarlons when uird Id
otber aualadle. Sncli a Ulcer Fver
Sorci.TDinoTfi Slt Bliuura l!u . Piles-
or wheieT-rl'i tl-irainllonrxils JIITCII
ELL'S SAL li nmy i nd 10 aarautago
Bold bT.allOrntcitiiat 25cenfs
A svjbsceiptiok list is being cir-
culntod on the streets of Dallas to
raiso fundi for the extension of tho
Santa Fo road to Paris. Seventy-
live thousand dollars is required
for this purpos. Tho object is to
connect with tho St. Louis and San
Francisco road which will come to
Paris when it it built through the
Indian Territory. Tho connection
would boa grand achievement for
Tu nickel s-cent pieces issued
by tho government cost only about
a cent and a quarter ; the metal is
solt and easily worked. It will
thus be seen that tbera is large
margin in making them. Experts
can make thorn exactly like those
turned out by the mint and tberois
no means of detecting them. The
chief of tho secret service saye
thcro is only ono way to romedy
the evil ol bogus nicklcs is to make
a new coin that will stand a test
and is so valuable as tc leave so
margin for profit.
CONOBESSMAS STEWABT who IS
on tho river and harbor committee
has been interviewed by tho News
correspondent at Washington. He
regards tho genoral make up of tho
committco on rivers and harbors
as exceedingly favorable for south
ern improvements; of fifteen mem-
bors thcro aro six ior tho south.
Col. Stowart says: "It shall bo
my earnest endeavor to faithfully
represent all tho interests of tho
Texas coast on that committco
and to discharge my duty to the
continues io be well represented.
TnE Houston Post says tho big-
and the latter paper ays it is tho j
first it has hcaid of it. Another
There is no ex-pi'i-Mdent living
at tho nationnl capital.
David Davis insists that h is
permanently out of politics.
Judge Hilton controls llvo largo
hotel properties and tnkes tho
greatest interest in them.
Horatio Homer is tho classic'
namo of the negro appointed on
cst man in Texas brains consul-jln'rilton 'tho mU'' '" ay-J tho Boston police force.
from homo to learn the news.
ered is Hon. David 13. Culberson.
Congressman JIhls has intro-
duced a hill fhr thn relief nf tlin
sufferers by tho Urenham firo inat would effectually stop tho ad-
veitising 01 lotteries
Mr. Howolls characterizes Low.
Mr. Bimuiam of Pennsylvania ell as "tho greatest and finest real-
has introduced a bill in tho Houso! l8twho 0Tcr "ronght in verse."
A cow in good flesh is best milk-
ed np to tho timo she calves; there
Is less danger ot inflamation and
. . ... ..... pers. He would have the mailing
O.v Thursday Speaker Carhslo r ...
.J . 'ol anv newspaper containing a lot
tery advertisement prohibited.
The Bell telephone pntcnt is
announced tho most impoitant
Houso committees. Tho list is a
very lengthy one.
Houston was to have a jn-and
celebration on tho semi-ccntcnial
anniversary of tho battle of San
Jacinto April 21st.
A bill has beon prepared and
will be introduced in the Kentucky
legislature providing for a high
license law for saloons.
TnE secretary of state during
tho year 18S5 collected 835146
fees of office which shows the ol-
fico to be self-sustaining.
The Knights ol Labor have been
in session at Galveston all tho
week and will closo with an elec-
tion of officers to-day Saturday.
After so long a time the Dolphin
has been pronounced sea-worthy ;
sho will be accepted by the navy
department as soon as prelimina-
ries are arranged.
The season for merchants to
make assignments seems to bo at
hand ; not a day passes that sever
al assignments arc not reported in
different parts of tho state.
It is not likely that tho Hoar
presidential succession bill will go
through tho Houso without amend-
ment. Several serious defects are
illeged to bavo been discovered.
It is rumored that B. W. JlcCul
lough general passenger agent of
the Jlissouri Pacific railway will
move his headquarters from Gal-
veston to Dallas about February
Norton's Dallas Intclligeneor
prints a list of delinquent subscri-
bers. Tho Hempstead Ledger finds
tho namo of a prominent colored
Eopublicnn of its county on tho
Accobdinq to Bndstroet's tho
At Tchoran tho public dances
arc a popnlar feature but by law
the dancers mnt alwnya be of tho
again in court nndifitis set aside male sex.
telephones will bo liko any other There aro 60000 Chinese in San
merchantable commodity open to Francisco nnd they furnish one-
all Dersnns to mannfaturo ortonur- lhirl oiaI1 tho criminal cases tried
chase for use. At presont tho tele-
Tnc blast furnace at Husk peni
tentiary is pronounced a grand
success. Iho daily out-put is about
33 tons per day of as good iron as
can bo produced anywhere. Tho
furnaco will bo stopped about 30
days in order to accumulate a sup
ply of charcoal of which about
4000 bushels aro used daily. Tho
penitentiary board has bought
2200 acres of timbered land on the
Kansas and Gult Short Lino rail-
way and established a camp where
150 convicts are employed cutting
wood and burning charcoal.
. . ii
The Belton Journal always a
conservative paper says it beliovcs
a good strong rospectablo oppo
sition would be healthy for the
Democracy. It would put the
leading men on their metal. It
would aid to a truer understanding
of sound Democratic principles.
As politics now stand in Texas tho
Democrats have a walk over. At
present the seramblo for state of-
ficers is to so manipulate the
wires as to sccuro the nomination;
that being equivalent to election.
The best politician or wire worker
Ib tho man who generally succeeds
in getting the nomination. Were
the opposition stronger tho party
would tako greater caro "in
phone is a first-class monopoly.
Ami Wednesday fall this year on
the lUtn ot .March and J-.asler on
the latest date on which it is possi-
ble for it to occur April 25. By
a decreo of tho Council of Nice
Easter falls on tho first Sunday af-
ter tho full moon following tho
21st of March.
The United States court at
St. Louis has rendered a decision
in favor of the foreclosure and sale
of the Wabash railroad property.
Tho receivers will remain in pos-
session until the sale is completed.
The road will bo bought by tho
creditors and ro-organizod.
Brian T. Barry chairman of
the Stato Democratic Executive
committee has appointed as mom-
bors of that committee II. IJ. Craig
ofMcKinncy vice Thomas H.Mur
ray deceased; J. E. Down of
Crockett vico B. F. Prymeir re-
signed; W. W. Seracy of Brenham
vie R. It. Lawther resigned.
It is astonishing how many bills
are introduced in congress. On
Wednesday last no less than 8S2
were introduced. After a bill is
introduced it is referred to the
proper commilttee for investiga-
tion and report. As a matter of
courso a largo number of the bills
introduced arc killed in tho com-
The number of peoplo who emi-
grated from England to tho United
States in 1SS5 shows a decrcaso as
compared with 1884 of 10000 and
i.....ionnn ;! . !.. I
... I uti.;i.i; vt i(wv u liiu iii.iiui
nfnrimnTlM. il.m.rrniriin id ihn n.nw '
rr emigrated to Canada. The
ot his class. It seems to rcirard
the newspapers advocating silver
as bolonging to tho demagogue
Heavt losses are expected to
occur among the cattlo on the
ranges near Springer N. JI. On
account of tho recent storms tho
cattlo aro straying from their
Coai. has recently been discov-
ered in several different sections
of Texas and if it proves to be of
good quality a great stimulus will
I bo given to manufacturing enter
Col. Jno. F. Elliott ol the late
Dallas Herald has been appointed
clerk of tbo committee on Indian
affairs and Louis C Habe of Tex-
as clerk of the committee on com-
merce. We have received Svoboda n
neat eight pape paper printed at
LaGrango in the Bohemian Ian
gnago. Wo blush to confess it"but
can read no more Bohemian than
wo can Choctaw.
Cur elections will occur in many
Texas cities on the first Tuesday
in April next. An exchango says
it is now ready to inako room for
announcements. Tins paper U
in the same condition.
emigration from Ireland to
Unitod States incroased 9000.
The trial of Hugh J4. Brooks
alias Maxwell for the murder of
Prollcr at the Southern hotel St.
Louis is set for noxt month but
may bo continuod. Tho prosecu-
tion expects to have witnesses
from all portions of the world.
Maxwell was followed and captur-
cd in New Zealand.
Hon. Jack Evans was interview-
ed at San Antonio by correspond-
ent of tho Nows on the silver
question. He thinks that tho silver
certificates should bo withdrawn
from circulation by redeeming
them in silver and also that the
Bland bill has inflictod a great
wrong upon the people.
Mb. William B. Bak&r late
president of the defunct City Bank
of Houston has published a letter
in tho Post directed to the credi-
tors of tho bank. The Post suys
the explanation makes it clear to
all unbiased minds that lh down-
'fall of the bank is not in any way
due to his individual action.
Tns Poit Worth Gazette evi-
dently believes in wind wind to
by the courts
An Italian monk has compilod
published a grammar of tbo Ian-
guago used by tho natives in tho
A singlo London dealer last year
sold nearly 800000 tropical birds
of gay plumage for the trimming
ol hats and costumes.
juruno bangsdorl un engineer
trom n tier in locomotive factory.
is in Philadelphia studying Amer
ican machinery works.
Robeson is daily on the streets
at Washington. He is rich and
remembered as one of the stained
landmarks of the past
Three-snow-whit beavers wero
taken on the Sacramento Kivcr
near Chieo Cal. tho other day.
The fur was as soft as silk.
Quoen Victoria's personal CBtato
is estimated at $30000000 uud her
lands nt 815000000 in value. Sho
rates about with Jay Gould.
In blasting out oil wells to in-
crease tho flow as much as 200
quarts of nitro-glycerino are some-
times used nt a singlo shot
An experienced brcedor says
that by giving a horse a littlo hny
before allowing him to drink there
will never be any danger of foun-
Mis3 Smith a wealthy old lady
who died recently at Chapel Hill
N. C bequeathed 100 acres of land
and 8125 in cash to each of six of
her old slaves who are now living.
Tho new British ship Camper-
down is tho heaviest man-of-war
ever launched from an English
yard- It will rcquiro threo years
longer to comploto her for service
Soloct a neatly made largo
roomy hcallhly young well shap-
ed sound well bred Tnaro with a
good temper and good action or a
tried mare that has been success-
Froo tuition does not secure the
regular attendance of even a ma-
jority of thoso who are by intend-
ment of tho law tho special bene-
ficiaries of the public school sys-
tem. Jack "Grandma haveyon good
teeth J" Grandma "No dear; un
fortunately I have not." Jack
"Then I'll givo you my walnuts to
keep till I como back." Boston
Tho brightest newspaper pub
lished south or the United States
is tho ono controlled by Winslow
the Boston forger now in Buenos
Ayrcs. Ho is making money and
has the reputation of a black-
mailer. As ono reads tbo papers these
January mornings a feeling docp.
ens into a purposo to bcliovo that
there was a landing at Plymouth
years ago of some poor but hon-
est people. Further newb is await-
ed with anxiety. Boston Hecord.
Young housewife (consulting
with the cook about the dinner for
a party) "As s second course we
will have eel." Cook 'How much
ought I to get ma'am t" Young
Wife "I fancy ten yards will bo
about sufficient." Flicgcndc Blcet-
ter. Mr. Nibbs. editor of the Gawk-
blow its own horn
legends stauding m
at the head of its
a si ir..... 1. :. umns
x. .'i. jle.iijz.1 wuu una ujifiuiiii-; o will ver:
ed minister to Italy and Aurtria i esl D0"-n;" circulation oi ar.yjrainI:tc ai I'll get up and
ItUMORsthat this and that man'has been admitted to the bar of uallJ 'newspaper puoiisncu in acx-j-0h
It keeps thcscvillo Palladium to intruding burg
full-face letter liar: "Hello there ! What are you
editorial col-i aLonl?" Burglar "Looking for
"The Gazette has the larg-" a JZTlT
bona-fied circulation of any :' '....i t'h ... i .i hi
We'll go halves." Kambler.
will be candidates for "fat" city .New York City. M. Stewart col-
offices aro floating il the air but'orcd ot South Carolina was also
tho rumors are not yet sufficiently admitted to tho bar at tho same
oftca' and other consignments solicited. Cash
A1 SOT corn macs aim mi w-
ty delivery. Telephone con
Una aose rcl'ClC3 nCLr.nu. 1 rzr cara nna
c.arenl Chiil3 Fever. Scr Slcnich . Had . i .. .! . .
iBrealS. Clear tho SMn. Ions Iho K.nes end c'to uiumj.-jiuiiku iu ji.uuutu any uuav lime.
yi's?'?lA'3f7r?.0";?iS".'in tho ntmosnherc. Tho Banner a u.
iry wen. once uij iohvi.i tit.cr us bi.oti mii:.... -- - i i. j..
Ins." "Tho Gazette is
paper in North Texas
IST Fjm c"?
March 13. tSS-
Paul dispatch of the 7th
iTI 1HNHS f)f rMfW MIA MKKSSKDlIirteran.le?amln. What I RUen
-711'" iiiAWM w . vou ana IJiasP nrc ...: me wnm -uupriue
SASH DOORS BLINDS AND
All kept and for sale by
W. G. WIXKINS.
:s. 25 cents ocr bottle sold D urocnists ana ' ui: .k .!. v.nnI D . .
Beinciiio Dealers cencraiir. Sent en receipt ol "" """ '"" jvsuu ""' mst. says a heavy snow storm and
pries la tUmps postpaid to any address I hnmnro ennahlo of manafinr. thoir ..j u: .1 :i. : .1 .i
I J. r. SMITH fi CO. 1 . uu UU&&U1U jjruvaus iu mu uurin-
WaaatscuirersnidScioFnips. si. LoaiS MO. own affairs and judge of the fitness Uvost. At points on the Northern
; . 1 of candidates for city offices there- jPacific railway tho thermometer
Jlanvtainatlemiitaa c maue to repeat tLr re- x rangeu iroiu Id IO O'J degrees 00-
coming city election. j.ne moroow zer0.
aunouueements it gets tho better '
but it is free to say it thinks a pub
lic mooting of representative men
' . ' . . i panicd by snow or sleot and is in-
posed of good men put in the field. Umdy coId. wearehav; sim
It has no favorites to urge for any j .. . . .-
!iitea'ifrriuaca!ipoiuo .d .wed sbovowmi-';- " u"z?nru
Auy regulable dealer uiIUSow you tlies tare- taKO HO part in IUC Canvass 101' or "'wvuuivui.
ciiards without tiefcitntlon (f yoj cannot re- ;.. . . i t Tt
Suwrttieiialne-i;eD5ou'fl dipcia I'lamr- i&gamst any ono. According to tho Post Houston
yoyotbeucceneJ. The Fort Worh Gazette sttTK the 1S a Ul? ot
Hjitocriay Utlieco)QilIintntTlcepasto Tir-
tns. lmll atiou 1 Ihe complin Flit Jailine nava
to feuccf3 Tlio name not Uio iharauer vf
Benson's CaicfnerJa rs Is lmiiute. ir ud
TT l fc I il I I 1 I 111 TW5 tilcnlM rmej i- known wj 1 and use!
1 I I I 111 1 V ' evrnLtr amUle rniritactiunaJ tinriial
tk I i 1 B 4 leJmraihwsliaTe won for it hosts ol
II -fl lW-r 1 irln-w lniiia:iUliafci.rustiiiimer aim-
. I . U 1 nil ! J l).S!aiss. sruviasJjf'fc
I 111 KJ. .JLUL 1 vAJLaJiV- rjir.lrt.a and iinunn 'Iliebe articles ncs ess
none of the t litre f the cvnulce Therefore
trn hnn. Itin llil. n ill nSbltil US lO Ll-OtfCt What
J are at nce their lii'ersts and ours. Ask fir
JIanv of the Texas papers term
i present cold-snap a blizzard this
; is a misnomer a blizzard it accom-
tne only lnan -wnlkod in n third-rate
that now j down.town saloon the other day
balance of J621.22 in her treasury.
W. K. Howth saloonist of I
itompsteau has made an assign-
men!. iJastrop had a city election on
Monday. A good et ot officers
Corsicann's city council has de
cided to buy a lot on which to lo-
cato a city hall.
According to the Belton Jour-
nal $5000 more aro required lor
Tho Belton Journal regards
the business outlook in its section
as somewhat flattering.
Kobert Burton's cin. near Sun-
nysidc Waller county was burn-
ed last wcok. Loss about 82000.
Belton has subscribed tho re-
quisite amount to securo tho loca-
tion of Baylor femalo collcgo at
During the last year 30S mar-
riage licenses were isau d in Boll
county a falling offof 35 from tho
Tho cold wave has extended
all over the State. At Austin 10
abovo zoro was reached at Tyler
it was down to zero.
Tbo Edison Illuminating com-
pany of Palostino has been charter-
ed. Palcstino is soon to bo illumi-
nated by electric light.
Gainesville las effectually'
uuiks away witn mo omco ot city
treasurer by redncing the salary
of that office to 81 year.
Thomas Hutching who lives
a lovr miles cast of iJclton had two
fino mules killed by lightning as
ho was driving on tho road.
According to tho nempstead
Courier not a drunken man was
in its town during the holidays.
This is certainly doing well.
The Dallas Times has inau
gurated a gift enterprise arrange-
ment br givmsc tickots to rjuid nn
subscribers in a drawing for an
-iliss Susan Harlfiucor. who
lived near LaGrango with hor na-
ronts drowned herself in a branch
near home whilo temporarily de-
ranged from fever.
J. F. Alston who was arrest
ed at Longviow a few davs hl'o bv
sheriff Jiankin for murder commit
ted in ayetto county in 1S59 has
been admitted to bail in tho sum
The new courthouse nt Anson.
Jones county is about completed;
mo prooaonuy is mo commission
ers will not accept it. Inthatcnso
tho contractors might makoitinto
an opera nouse.
All tho countv naners aro now
reporting the weights ot fathoms
and pot pigs killed by thoir sub-
Bcriuors. iiot. ono Has yet beaten
Frank Evansich's 513 cound nitr.
Kiucu iieru last wecK.
Tho town of Campbell ten
miles cast of Greenvillo on tho
East Lino railway had a dist.'uc-
tive hrothc ether night. The hn-tcl
and six other buildings wero burn
ed iioss about 812000 ; insurance
J. W. Harvey who was ar
rested in .Bosque county on tbe
chargo of committing a murder in
Louisiana years ago was taken t
that state trial and acquitted. He
returned to Vallev Mills and was
received by hosts of friends.
Col. Mcrrott penitentiary
spoctor was in Hcarno tho other
day investigating the recently re-
ported troublo with convicts. Tho
grand jury will also investigate all
me rooDenes mat nave been com
mitted in the past six months. It
is behoved that tho convicts did
Zcko Hutchins or Hutchinson
tho bad negro an account of whoso
nrrest in a convict camp by the
sheriff of Austin county was pub-
lished tho other day plead guilty
to murder in tho district court at
Bollvillc on Frida3- and was given
a life term in the penitentiary; ho
was previously under a fifty years
sentence for robbery.
Sheriff Lewis of Austin coun.
ty has at last located Zcko Hutcb-
ia a notorious and desperate ne
gro who is under indictment for a
brutal murder eke was found
worKingasa convict in a quarry
The maid cipecU
Her beau to-nisht.
And fills the stove
Because the air
Is rair and damp
Hut quite forget i
To fill tho lamp.
Like . rr.tr!. on rtr..
"ParS-fr'eTjnlcl-ibonndto sweep th West.
In ca.es of iljepepsia kidney and Urer trouhlrs
it win. frirn.i. eyery day." S. Itathleon
Somebody clnims to havo dis-
covered a now uso for peaches in
tho making of peach wmo. It is
said tn bo tho fineet flavored wine
over discovered and bidi fair to
bocomo a favorite and profitable
"What's tho matter. Si!" you are not looL-
inir well '0 nothin?! oniv a slight ertld."
In two days after the above conversation "SP
was ery sick with pneumonia. Had ho at
first taken a doso of SMITH'S BILE DEANS
(1 bean) he would havo been surely cured
wiihout harm. A cold is congestion; BILE
BEANS will relieve a cold ouiclcer than anv
other remedy u it rolieves the congested
part at once. For salo by all medicinedeal-
crs. rrice2ic per bottle.
Ex-Minister Benjamin says tho
shah of Persia is a skillful horso-
man nnd marksman fond of tbe
chase and bored with tho ceremon
ials of the concert.
What I. the Matter with Kasil.f
The EmDire of Russia is a bad casa of
-: ui t.- . . . .
iiaki-iuui uwpepM. ioq weasurv is snort ox
lunds and the army costs SCO.0O0 adavto
feed. Then the army is so full of Nihilists
that it can no more be trusted than the
stomach of a man who has chronic dyspep-
iiu let mm bako urown s iron uiucrs. J nai
mndo Mr. Chandler of Clinton Iowa a new
man. lie tried it after other remedies failed
Buy a bottle of your druggist to-day.
It seems Sallie Beber was not
tho only victim of James D. Fish's
attractions. A iltss Brown has
gone itteano over his Imprison
Skin Diseases Instantly Ran
nevea ay cutioura.
TKILtniKXTf-A warm lath with Crncraj.
Soar and a slnsl application or Cniccm
the crest skin i use. Ihls repeated dally with
two or three Jwi of Ccnccu UisoTlxt. th.
New nid 1-uUH.r to teepibe blood coot in.
perspiration puie end unjirttatlca the boww'a
orollie liter ami kidneys acute will speedUr
cur. Kre.ma. Tetter. lUaiwonn t1oria.lt
Llched rru-ltc scall-llead llaadrnrr Bad.
etery specif or ItcMnj- Scaly and limply llu.
imn of ib. Scalp awl Stln.when the beet riy-
slcians aad remedies fall. '
ECZEMA OS A C11IUJ.
YonrnmstialnaUe CcncriA nrmclirs har.
done ny calld u much px& that I reel Ilk. say .
let- this for the beaeut of Ihoie who are troubled
w.th skin Jlsea-e. Jly JUtl. ilrl was troubled
wllhkftcma.an.1 1 tiled.ineral doctors aad
remedle. bnt.lidnotdoberaay ir.wd anill X
umliheCiniciKA i:.tms.nh:cri fpwtllr
enmther Inruhfdll owe Jon many lhaaka
anil m.nv ni.hl.nl rr-at w
ANTUN BOSVUIEIt rdlatmrib lad.
TETTER Or THE SCI IP.
1 wasalmo.t rerfertlr bald caused by Tetter
or tne top or the scalp X used your Lcticcka
luxtniu. ulicut six weeks and they cured tar
scalp perfectly and now my hauls comirrback
as thick a. It ever wiw.
J. l; CHOICE. Wnltesboro.Teiaa.
COVERED WITH BLOTCHES
I wanto Ittll you thai your Crmu Kasot.
tat is raazniocent. About tnre. rooutba in
th blutcbM aad an.c
soltcvt t ws. nr.tiv
CuaaMie St. Ntw Oriians La.
All of vnu Cmrni. R.u.n. .
Eoou.allsfacuon Th. Ccricciu I especially
rea.iumidfer Ihe dssasesforwhlchitls used.
1 know from experience Its raloe.
'. a.j iRATT.jJont.Ilo Wli.
IltJST FOB ITCUINO DISEASES.
Ono of our rnLfimsrTt r
the skin. He tried all othsra and ftrana njTrs-
list until he n.e.t yenrs.
t.o. .n-uun.il pnwsiit BJsIuj; Sun O.
Soldeierv nh.ri.. ph... cni. .. ...
SoaD. tS UBU! 11.4A1..M . r ... . k
th Potter Dnirf ana theml'co. Bo.t.
Maes sent! for "Uow to Com SXIn dlstaet.
JJJJ.Dabj liiuuora us CotlenraSoap.
Mr. KSDririFpr. of Alcehanicsbure. I1
writes: "Twaa afllifted with lunirS&Terand
abscess on luncs and reduced to a walkinc
- 1- na." f . - 1 .at - t'l 1
oral-it; hjiu uwh intf iriu. uuuiu oi ir.jvuiLrs
New Disco very for Consiunption which did
mo so toucli pood that t bought a dollar
bottle. jiter using three bottle found my-
self once more a man. completely restored
to health with a hearty appetite and a gain
in flesh of 43 pounds. Call at K. . Luhn's
drus store and get a free trial bottle of this
certain cure for all Luce ducaacs. Larcc
Gon. Lander's -widow lives at
Washington in tho first building
usea as a parsonage in mat city.
"V. D. Hoyt & Co. Wholesale and Retail
Druggists of Rome Ga eav: We have been
eelbng Dr. King's New Discovery Electric
Bitten and Uucklcn'a Arnica Salve for two
years. Have never handled remedies that
sell as well or give such universal satisfac-
tion. There have been pome wonderful
cures effected by these medicines in thii
citv. Several cases of pronounced Con
sumption have been entirciv cured by use of i
taken in connection with Electric Sitters.
We guaranteo them always. Sold by K E..
Senator Beck's sflver speech is
to bo extensively circulated by tho
advocates of the standard dollar.
-Excitement in Texai.
Great excitement has been caused inrarU
Tex. hy tbe remarkable recovery of ilr. J.
E. Corlev. who was so helpless he could not
turn in "bed. or raise his ncad ; everybody
said ho was dying of Consumption. A trial
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery was sent
him. Finding relief he bought a large bot-
tle and a box of Dr. King's New Life Fills ;
by the timo he had talceu two boxes ot" Tills
and two bottles of the Discovery ho was well
and had (rained in flesh thirty-six pound?.
Trial bottle of this Groat Discovery for Con-
sumption free at R. E. Luna.
"Let's take a drink." If ho
makes no reply then he is dead
beyond peradventures and the fun
eral is proceeded with.
For over six years I have been a terrible
sufferer from a troublesome kidney com-
plaint for the relief of which I have spent
over S20 without benefit: the moat noted so-
called remedies proved failures. The use of
one single bottle of B. B. B. has been marve-
lous civine moro relief than all other treat
ment combined. It is a quick cure while
other" if thoy cure at all aro in the distant
a U. ROBERTS Atlanta Water Works.
Dr. L. A. Guild of Atlanta who owns a
large nursery and vineyard has a iad on hit
place who was cured of a stubborn laseof
tfcwfula with one single bottle of B.B.B.
Write to him about the case.
SNLLZF until rnnhJ
wmi rwul j to fly off; a all
imnnDi witfry noiai
UBIll lonr htA Bha.
mouth ami ibroat pardtwl
ami b.ooi.1 nt fnr &(
This U an Acuta Catirraa.
and U In t io lly relieved b
llrttl V CUTrVst hV Ml Twtftl
of SAvroBD'- Kalical (urc for Catarrh.
Comlele Treatment wllb Innaler. $1.
One bail )Udcit Chth nn box Ca-
tarrhal Solvent tui! one ImpmvM Inhalr ia
ono paffcas. may now b iiad of all Pniiztstt
for M 09. AL lot sanfonl'4 Radical Curi?
"TL only abholcto soeclflcw loowof."
Wed. 'lltuM. "The beit we hav- found la a
MUm of auffeilna;." Ker. Dr Wijrgla Boa-
ton. "Afler a Ion stnjTjle with Utarrh tha
Radical Cora hn& conqaerad.' lv. S.
Slonio. Iwi.-buiT: p. i hT not
found a rase thnt It did not rellare at once.'
Andrew Ie. Manchester; Maw.
Potter Drutc andCliemlcnl Co.. Boston
HOW'S YOU It TUIEUaLlTIJr la a on...
tlon that appeala to every tortareOrletlm of
Ithenmaium wboQnca the ordinary
platers and liniments powerless to
relieve him. To nuch the Catieors
Antl-nin riasteris an elegant and
never falling socrceofreUet banish
tnx rheumatic neuralaln. aclatlr.
sndfteu fharn and netToui pains uby martc.
new orlsraal epeedy afe AtdmaiisU 2Se;
five for onMJolLnr. mailed froe Totter Drug fi
Chemical Co. Itoaton.
tion that ai
25 YEARS IN USE.
las Omtest Medical Tritmraa of til iI
SYMPTOMS OP A '
soaa ofttppetlte. Bo wala costive Fa4a la
tho head with a dull aenaatloa In that
hack rmru Pala onder lha ahsalder
lade Fallntsa after atlar wlta adit
lnclloattiata exertion of bodrarialad.
Irritability of temper Low aplrlts wltk
Wcarlneaa DlxzlaeM Flatsertasr at t ht
Ueart. Data before the eyea Uaadaeh
aver the rfgat eye Kestltaaaesst wlta
fitful dreams. ZXIshlr colored Urines aad
TTJTT'S rixxs are especially aaapCtnl
to anca cases ono dots eaecu enca a
TherXnereaae tna Appctiteud csaa th
Body to Tb on Flcsbttiiu Iho arftem la
nonrlaned.aiMl by their Tonia Acilotk oa
tna Uieaative OraanalteflraUa stool ago
TUTT'S EXTRAGT SABSiPARILU
Heaorates the body makes stealthy Sean
strengtheiis the weak repairs the wastee? or
ihe system wlta pore blood and hard mnacler
tones the nerroua system. lSTteoratee tht.
hraht and imparts the vigor Of maaOOd.
91. Sold by d nnqclsta; .-
OFFICE 44 narray St. Nerr xori
FISCHER & WEIS.
Katnrnl cas was discovered at
Frodonia N. T. as early as 1821
and thrco years later it was used
AVImt'a SOZODONT1 Tu this jou ask
to ansneruan casv task
It is a liquid soft and sweet
Which keeps teeth healthy whito and neat.
"Which makes the rosy gums enduro
And renders hreath like roses pure
C DEALflS IH LIVE STOCjQ
Comer of St. CharldS and Quitman t&
8. The highest market price paid in c&ih
or BEEF CATTLE. HOGS and SHEEP.
A Pare Family Medicine that Sever
If Ton are a lanrer. minister nv htiM.M man.
exhausted by mental strain or anxioos earea dis
not lake Intoxicating stitnolants bat use
If VOtt har. DrtnemlJ. lUinrniiiM.m. TTtln..
or Urinarr Complaints or If jra are trooblea
with any disord'rof the lunssstomacbtbowela
blood ornenes Toucan be corett by Pjicxxa'a
IIISCOX & CO.
1C3 William Street - - Now York.
it Rlinpn inrilniT nnt n lr.r.t - -Yn article that is at onco a tctlh p.-tsen cr
at Blanco serving out a long term and breath paMelt n(1 pieu5ntlind .
vcnientto use its exceeding popularity does
not surpri.0 any one. Timo has fully estab-
for a highway robbery committed
in xieii county iio nau oeen con.
victed under tho name of Will Ean-dall.
A sceno and a ficlit occurred
publishes the associated press tele-' and calling for whisky poured out m tho city council at
1 (- i : : ...-1.1 ii i.v.. . ..
crams. a u"lullulc usiuitiui. -xuu me otner evening. Uity assessor
u . mustlike it" sarcastically remark. I and collector Blakeman proved to
Dcriku tho year ISSd there was Cj the proprietor. "Well. I would'nt boS4S00 short in his accounts. Ho
11116 failures in the United drink so much water to got a littlo tenderod his resignation which was
States; tho actual assets were S55-!lfI didn twas the crushing reply accopted but tho vote was toon rc-
265.102 and tlia liabilities wcre "asiiingion oiar.
5119120700 or a little moro thnu Senator JosephBrown ofGcorgia
double tho assets. Bradstrcel's ' is tuo ast of lhe conspicuous con-
says tho decline in the total num-(crdora"s of that state in public
ber of serious business embarrass- !Toomos in appearanco moanori
ments reporieuirom wceKiowecK 'ana aisposition. Iio looks like u
as against like weeks oneyearago Mormon prophet with bis long
is significant of the continued im-jKr:iy beard and well-oiled hair
provement in tho general condi- wbch 3 cur ed cr at the nock.
tions nndorlvinc reneral trade. Of course nowspapers make mis-1
lished the fact that SOZODONT possesses
these excellent qualities in an eminent degree.
It ha legitimately acquired tho right to a
position upon every toilet tabic.
Exclusivo wheat farming is as
disastrous as exclusivo cotton or
27 Park Place and 24-263IurraySt.
Maltelo'iettraieaon all newspapers In tbe C
3. and Canada. Established 1967.:
To thoe whose purpose may be accmpliahetj
by aehortadiertl'iement.or by a transient ad-
vertlrinantand to whom prompt insertion is
POPULAR LOOAL LISTS:
1130 Dally and Weekly newspapers dl Tided in-
All homeiriinfc itaiir nn ixunintie.. -
--- - '. " i iyspepiia is tne national complain. Ai-
' COnSldOrCCl. JlaVOl Smith nni tin1 m.. eVoei. ..Iha. men . ..' ..
city attorney had some words when has it. and the reanlt is that tho number of
His Honor struck tho attomovF me 3MtIia"
- rauii a aons. i uej- aro ior mo most- pari
worthless. Therein however a scarcninz
eradicant of this distressing and obdurate
in tbe lace.
The l'rincu of A !"..
Why U tho Frinec of Wales like a cloudy
day? Ho is likely tonign. Taylor's Chero-
kee Kemedy of bwect Gum and Mullein is
now the king of all cough mirdicmeb and ii a
3Irs. Blaine and
malady ono whoso gonuino merits long since
raised it to a foromot place among the staple
njouiciiics ox rtincricj. uostctierd Dtomacn
Bitters cxiirpates dyspepsia with greater cer
tainty ana prompuiuue inan any knowr
remedy and U a njoct genial invlgorant np-
and Intejnneranee. ntfn.r.nt.
nPliriW-' b"' electnauy. The only
H r in P I II reiijlytbat dares to send trial
UL.IIIL.iJ I bottles. Illsbly endoreftl by
the medical n-ofrssion and prepared by vu.
known New York iibTsldans bend stamps for
circulars and relcrences. Adres.
No. S West HUl SU Xeiy Tork.
A Blil OFFER.
' aivcsay 1000 teuperating AVaahuig
mnahlncE. Ifyou want ono son3 w your
name P. O- and express office at once.
tetizer and aid to socretion. Thcso aro not
empty assertions as thoumds of our coun-
Carry the 2ews!
Many Ihonsaiid laities of IX X Chtlt Con
irnld Vnder Strtct Guarantee an&
dailffhlcr aro i trrnmn nnd wAinfia win. havrt OTrfrr-.nroi 1 1 j
--o o .. . i... -. - ' j- x i . t i i1 - . w
The appointment of Perry Bel-1 SrhSV fo" Sch e Sn ! S iUkWFuS "iJ&W taoto-.drtta.T-KBta.
mont as chairman of tho foreign . mnnriso with tho vsrt.mennt! Ihe Mm In tho Moon- P??.?..?1)"! ThL i. to co Ufv that I hav. n.-!
i - : - - - w u i -. . i. i i ... . uiiui ui uuuv ixiitx "lie a. utruiLiiiui sriniii nm . . -.. -r . ... r - - ..-. .
IAV rTT ThsiTf .vn wvm.- .. -iM.w -.- '"
"T. i in tlift mfinTi
There are 22000 Cattlo Club
affairs committco is criticised ad- of information
must gain a re
fulucss and accuracy to gain the!
verselv bv some. A Democratic 'must gain a reputation for truth-
liccauc ho has been to sec
(sea) and states that whenever he has a cough
The Fort Worh Gazette savs the 5a " OI wanls- oae wants a
pVyl great etakod plain about which so' laDD0V a tan Ja"' ator6
much bas beon said and written """ j .. uu. (ils ;s unwarranted: not a
i .miu .. i... m.ia uo.i n ia ..11 . -- . . nn i.ii'lrift' a kn ii fifittmi f ff ni-i' '
rfiieriariousi.'-aiw "caiwein" "cap-i- and so littlo known is compara-' " j i- i i member of tho committe has made ti.ov ia.to them even more thaii ' Hobert Toombs1
1 'i'lvir; 4irAlt. n ftl't 1 Irt fAfTinn h Aln ! vl"ll MM v. uut. ruiia. tl-i;. Trn..ne.A.-.Ar...tn.. .1.-... -u -.... T n .. Vnil. "T- Il1"l a"it I rt lx7(lHCJ'l
. t.uij u. avt.s.- "-j'""' ifuvtv il 1 1 . I . auy OUJUUlIUIJa. XLU HUB U IJUJJUliil lUJll IVilUU;. .tUll XUlli OUU. vnw 4...r3vu
Intl. 4v to lajtf.
.... ... ... tiiiiifvQ "inn apninp.v rn twin inn .. "... . . .. : . q
raemDerotiuoc-oiiiuiuieesui.si (.0(-.1- -A T .1. " " I?1 JoiauoiaKra xayor; v.ucroi.iK) r.cmcuy Jersov CQWS an(J Le.rar ; .
LUUUUI.1UOV1 mi. imuiivt tuu Lucru nr nvrPL iiim Ann Jaiiiifiit. i .- .i -
country and not over 10.000 cows
wlili Hit? nt&ulfeit Inlri
Uusly and boldly 1IM
1 tn deceive
duiie thit tJirelt
on a pratid scale and a big bank
with plenty of money.
lieu- ..ill i 1 1 J J It llll iriUlllV Ut UJtJlJC. . .. ... . ..
:iTx.duUlmeilmelesilM Into bay- eeiuuinunis uau uucu mauo anu - - member ul the COmmilteO in IUC
'X1 farming attempted in that toritory It has long been known that (jast congress and evinced a great fXho iveo scll00l system which
!""f"9Lf:.uiH lias yielded with astonishing i load and silver mines exist near' MVfli 0f ability for tho position he was brought over to a wilderness
aiairraimuur i .a.it.a.-- i-- - ........ . . - - d -
while iwrautioas inhn'W erii ...i11" ' willinirncsB and in snrnribinL' Hot Sprint's. Ark. Several tous nnirnonnmca. ! m the cabin of tho .Mayflower and
trscutorporooenuiewopi iniKuir-- uuuu j. u i . .. -- -
tie iace jiotii is tbe !. seal.-trademark .nbnndancc. Wator is easily oh- of oro have Iatuly been shipped to! i.;; i.. ; 'llas extended to overy part of the
" I fc. ... w--v ----- ----. j wAnt tT1lioatfll Ttrt Sra hnan 9 ri 1 -
'income from lav'i tbo island of Je4sey. Tho place.'
d 20000 from 'to get good Jersoys cow ia uoti
Jersoy but the United Sfatcs.
the7 loiow all about Mustang Lin-
Afkfor Rf bwu. then examlna One of Ren- '
IMS VII lUUr UUllUi ...n.1 .. l.. . r . 1..
I nn.w.c....ino Masters are iieirimitat.'or lulrly Iect DQl0W xno burlacc ' test proves satisiactory smelting. in tnis lnotor tho
Z i." teis no record of tho fail- works will bo erected at the mines. ;tof()
llSt'brXnnur "tuo nimcrous colo-
. tiucally roeillcalwl ami core in u leir
' allibeulJUpoiiRhicli nu others bare any
tamed at almost any point twenty Cincinnati for reduction and if tho ieen patented
county has always been popular.
CUKE Kim PIM-a
Not Once I.. a Tlio;is.tnd oaiv
What is it that O'curs once in ft nilniite
twice in a moment
and yenrs? The h..lortn. uhi.h i ahvajs in ho had soma affection oftho kidnevs or
sm-Usumaiidimil'cin. Tiller's Cherokee ' neighboring organs. At time; symptoms of
Piles aro frequently rrowded by a sense of
ind not once"in .i tlious-' TS8f '-! . v na.. lowcr P"rt oI
.iiD.uiiui-cii tuauj; wit; pauenfc U3 SUppOee
It is claimcu mat Vearlv every nerson is an ndvncntp """") "' -:""'. ""'""'" .'" '" cure wuigrauiin are pre n as nstuier.ey.uneasi-
dilllciilties here- of free common schools. Therois1 . perspiration. produciinr a verv di.airre.Ubl.
in liT L-inH nl no irreat onnosition to a reasonable i Between 0 and 50 cr cent of itchinc narticularlv at nfeht after rotiino-
QTVni'T.STt CASH l.aA
UtoUj-.iprtlcaird anil care In a fen hoiir. (. tflt have 8ettled within itsU T. T !..
rurtll . i 1 lJHUiaii.il JJ. .j lCi
occurred at'power have been overcome nnd ! ; SltoamPU b "V'Wm
Thoma .T.:thatiti3neverywflypracticab.e.;j;;rd30'r Ubor' Efaa
iment. Few do.
net to have.
Not to know is
l?Jff:S.J:!tf a..e.l!i8 vmm. a wonlthv'ltcan be applied to any kind of miar. music and drawirTrr intn
"pr-..:.'..r.. .:".. .r..--:...-.-....... -.:.:' l i . i .. i .--- - -- j . - . - . r. -o--. . -o
cin.. rrT- - . . . .'...r- ri.-i. cntiieiiioii rnu unv. au luuir i:ioi
1X1 Chill Curo to fail in a singlo ins taacc-
I havo used it la By &mily tvitJu delightful
result and caa cheerfully recommend it to '
any oa.annojcd with malaria in any form
fspedilly chill and fever malarial and" inter-
mittent fevers. J. v. CsAwroaD.
LiKs CiiAtitEs Lx Aug. 17 ISS3.
it. V. CuS.KI.IX i Co Houston Tleas
nnd nic two dozen I XL. Chill Cure. Itia
the bct medicine I havo over handled. Ev-
ery body is pleased with it. W Meteb.
Oct. IS 18S3. Please nnd me three dozen
I X L Chill Cure- ItbcaU acythin!;m tho
chill cure line. I suarantee overy hottlo
aiid none luis boen returned. W. llEiat.
I havo ifcd IJL Chill Cure ia my family
for the last ten years rind havo never known
lttofiil. Olio bottlo relieved every casoof
chill! cr fever that I have fried it on. I
ciocriYil!y recommend i. to all persons living
In a malarial cour r
J. -V IlrcR. Jdontgotnery County Texas.
erlilctierenu.fnt to p-ii lyr Taicjne"
1 citizen of that place has brought work an
till llin- ' .... Itnmpftt Y?hiih ert fli.-.!.. .m... l. --.. I
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