The Austin Statesman. (Austin, Tex.), Ed. 1 Thursday, December 11, 1890 Page: 6 of 8
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ern not cure. Montfnii thlf iunr. Addrvtw
Dyspepsia is tlie liane
f th present generation. It I for Its
car and It. attendant. Nick Head
en. Constipation and riles tnas
km become so famous. They act
paadlly and (ently on bedig-eatlTS
rfana g-lTins; them tone and vigor to
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I".mi- Clmi-d With Rohher.v.
Suicide in Kail Toxat.
I'ahis Tex. Dec. 3. The removal (if Jos-
eph H. Wilson as TTnitsd States district at-
torney for tlie eastern district of Texas lias
been the topic of conversation for two days
on account of the summary manner in
which it was done. No one has more
fiiends than he and no one believes that
he could he induced to do a dishonorable
act. There is no doubt but that he is the
victim of a deep laid scheme the ultimate
object of which-is to break up the court
here. At the October term of the court C.
M. Ilorton a special agent of the govern
ment called here to investigate the ac-
counts of the marshal and look at the books
generally. He soon chose as his conliden
tial friend and adviser an attorney who
has been here for several months working
in the interest of the defendants in the
Cross case. This attorney did Horton's in
specting and made up his reports for him.
These reports were prejudicial. When
Morton first came here he reported the jail
to lie in excellent condition but
after hobnobbing with the attorney
awhile reports went to Washing
n lliat Hie condemned men
in the Cross case were treated worse than
the Federal prisoners at Anderaonville
This in the face of the fact that they never
ate bad food and had the finest of liquors
and cigars lurnislied them by tlieir irienus
on the outside. Judue Ilorton went so fur
as to send some verv bad bread to Washing
ton us a sample of prison food. Though it
is a notorious fact and he knew it to be a
fact that the condemned men never ate
prison food. It is openly talked on
the streets here that he was the cause ot
Wilson's removal and that the said at
torney is an upplicant for the place with a
strong endorsement. That the attorney
wneral bus become prejudiced against this
court is no doubt. It is an open secret that
when the Cross case comes belore the ou
prenie Court he will confess error and have
the case remanded ; and his prejudices have
been aroused against the court ami its oi-
licers on the expert's statement.
HEAVY FAIM'RE AT GAIXESVILhS.
A l.ni'jre Firm of Wholesale tirorerx anil
Millers Suspend-liabilities $100000.
Gai.nksvii.i.k Tex. December 3. Today
I?rady Bros. wholesale grocers filed a deed
of assignment of all their property subject
to execution to R. S. Uollins for the benefit
of creditors. It is the heaviest failure that
ever occurred in Gainesville the liabilities
of the firm as shown by the schedule of
assignment being more than $100000. The
creditors to whom the largest amounts are
due are the following:
11. V. Owens. Gainesville Tex. $1840.75
Fifiit National Bank Gainesville. Tex.
$!)015 84; H. W. Banks & Co. New York
M.70J.95: J . Cannon & Co. Galveston
$t5.'0.!)2; Arbuckle Bros Coffee Company
N.ew York $2310.07 ; Mrs. M. M. Davenport
Gainesville Tex. lnou; Jariee & winne-
brenner Baltimore Md. $2079; Liggett &
Myers tobacco St. .Louis $l(2l.!to;
Bred Murdock it Co. Chicago
1 3488.40; Scudder Mettenberger Kin
hardt it Co. ?lwu.li; israuy Mills
and Elevator company $225.G.; George
Smith Jackson Mich. $0750. The assets
areas follows: Merchandise in stock es
timated by the deed ol assignment at
$20000 and accounts and notes
due the tirm estimated at $10U0;
a'so stock in the Brady Mill and
Klevator company 420 shares at $100 each
423 of said snares being already pledged
with creditors. Brady Bros have been
doing business in Gainesville for ten
years. The lirm is composed of I).
C. Brady J. W. Brady and W. 11. Brady.
They began business here on a small
scale as confectioners and by close atten-
tion to business have reached the result of
today's gigantic failure. The Brady Mill
ami Klevator company a corporation do
ing un immense milling business was
founded by tiie lirm and under tlieir con-
trol. MATHEMATICAL PltOKESSOR ARRETTED
Oliargetl With Being Concerned in tlie
Huhliery at Itig Suntly.
TvLKit Tex. December 3. Prof. Milan
Wren well known in Tyler and Lam-
pasas as a teacher of mathematics was ar-
rested last night on suspicion of being the
party who robbed the train at Sabine Lake
Monday night and shot Mr. Gerhardtof
Marshal. He was brought to town and
several of the parties who were on the
train at the time failed to identify him.
Several men and women will testify to
the fact that he was in their company at
the time. The robbery occurred several
miles from the station where the robber got
on the train. Mr. Wren is one of the finest
mathematicians in the State and author of
"Wren's Lightning Calculator" a book of
State-wide reputation. He lias many
friends here and at Lampasas.
Later Mr. Wren was carried before the
wounded man Mr. Gerhardt and lie failed
to recognize him as the man who commit-
ted the robbery. Mr. Wren was then
placed under a $1500 bond.
A boat Ball Fights.
El Paso Tex. Dec. 3. Yesterday morn-
ing orders were received at Kort Bliss for
the entire regiment of the Fifth infantry to
be in readiness to march to the seat of the
Indian troubles in Dakota. This was fol-
lowed by a telegram received last evening
ordering the troops to leave at once. But
little information could be gained but it is
known that packing has already cora-
mencced and the troops in all probability
will be ready to march tomorrow. The
committee in charge of the tiesta on the
other side have the opening bull fight on
Sunday next instead of Monday as an-
nounced. The Fifth regiment band of Chi-
huahua will be in attendance. The horse-
men have already arrived and pronounce
the fair grounds as first class and fur ahead
ol what they expected to (ind.
Sentenced for Forgery.
New Yokk Dec. 3. Albert H. Smith
who was convicted in the general sessions
of forgery In the first degree in raising a
seven share certificate to a seventy share
certificate was sentenced today to seven-
teen years imprisonment in me staie
prison. Smith was a niembei ot the hrin
of Mills Robeson & Smith bankers and
brokers and perpetrated a number of siny-
Washington Dec. 3. Among the num
erous petitions presented and referred was
one by Senator Hiscock from the bankers
imoorters and merchants of New York ask
ing for an extension of time for the with
drawal of goods from bond under former
tariir rates. Among the bills introduced
and referred was one for a permanent tariff
commission and also one for the free and
unlimited use of silver as money.
The joint resolution reported yesterday
by Senator Hawley to issue arms ti the
States of North and South Dakota and Ne
braska was taken up. Senator Hawley
said that if anything was to be done in the
matter it should be done quickly.
Senator Voorhees said he did not want to
delay the passage of the joint resolution
but "after what transpired yesterday he
thought it due not only to himself but to
General Miles as well as to the country to
submit some matters which had since came
to his hands. That was an interview with ex-
Governor Foster of Ohio published in. the
Cincinnati Enqurier. All senators were
acquainted with Mr. Foster who had re-
cently served on an important Indian com-
mission and his views ought to have and
doubtless would have great weight. Mr.
Foster said m that interview: "in my opin-
ion the dilliculties might be easily avoided.
The whole matter has been brought about
by a combination of bad policy and of the
incompetency of some oflicials. The Sioux
are starving. Give the Sioux plenty to eat
and there will be no further trouble."
After remarks by several senators a joint
resolution was amended so as to apply to
the states of North and South Dakota
Wyoming and Nebraska and was passed.
The election bill was then taken up and
Senator I'ugh addressed the senate in op-
position to it. At the close of his remarks
the senate proceeded to the consideration
of bills on the calendar. The following
among others were passed.
A bill to enable the secretary of the In-
terior to complete the saleof lands patented
to certain Flathead Indians in Bitter Root
valley in Montanaand providing for the re-
moval of said patentees to the joko Reser-
vation. Senate resolution to continue during the
session the inves.igalion into the status of
negotiations between the United Stutes
and Cherokee tribe of Indians.
After a brief executive session the senate
Washington Dec. 4 On motion of Mr.
Morrow of California the house today went
into committee ol the whole Mr. Burrows
of Michigan in the chair on the pension
Mr. Morrow explained that the bill ap-
propriated for payment of pensions the
sum of $13.1173000. It was estimated that
that sum of money would be distributed
among 054715 pensioners. This was the
argest number of benificiaries ever pro-
vided for in any single bill. It was esti
mated that the gross cost to the United
States of these pensions for the year
1H!2 would average $203.40 each.
He believed that there would
lin nndelicienciesnext vear. but on the con
trary that there would be a slight excess of
Mr. Bayers of Texas argued that the esti-
mates of the commissioner of pensions were
totally unreliable and that the amount of
money required to pay pensions would
be largelv in excess of the amount appro-
propriated by the pending bill. He ven-
tured to sav the Fiftv-second congress
would be compelled to meet a deficiency of
not less than $35000000.
Mr. Cooper of Indiana referred to the
larcre fo-ce ol clerks of the pension bureau
and to the vast expenditure of money for
pensions. He proposed to show why this
force of men should be presided over by
men of high character and why this vol-
ume of money should be distributed by a
man who was above criticism and reproach.
It was his purpose to call the attention of
the country to tne iaco mat tne present
commissioner of pensions was not sucn
a person. ie revieweu tne cnarges
made aeainst Commissioner Itaum which
formed the basis of an investigation last
session and asserted they had all been
proved. In the present state of his case he
(Mr. Cooper) might have shown some feel-
ing. If he had done so he hoped the house
would disregard it ana pass on to us uuiy
He knew the strencth of personal friend
ship and the pride of the party but if the
things he uliegetl were true memuerssnouiu
rise above personal friendship and party
nnde and go to the bottom ot this thing.
Mr. Sawver said the case lias not been
closed. The committee was ready to hear
any evidence that might be brought
before it. The gentleman from In
diana might avail himself of
anv information which had been brought
forth and might summon any witnesses he
desired. Mr. Sawver denied that the
charges against Commissioner Raum bad
bi-eu proven and after some further debate
the committee rose and the house ad
Indicted for Murder.
Four WoitTH Tex. Dec. 5. John Rich-
ardson colored was today indicted by the
grand jury for murder. He has been in the
county jail for live .months on an indict-
ment for attempt to kill. The crime was
committed on July 4. On that night a
party of men whites and blacks were
gathered in an old building in the east side
of the city drinking in celebration of the
Fourth. A quarrel arose and Richardson
stabbed John Crisp a white man with a
dirk. Pending the illness of the latter
Richardson was indicted on a charge of at-
tempt to kill. Crisp lingered along for
several weeks and died only recently from
the ellect of the wound he received five
months ago so the grand jury brings in an
indictment for the graver offense.
Meeting of the Farmers Alliance.
Fort Worth Tex. Dec. 5. Over three
thousand members of the Farmers Alliance
organization and other agriculturists from
all parts of Texas attended a barbecue
given by President John R. Hoxle at the
Union S ock yards today. The object ot
the event was to call attention to the pork
packery and the inauguration of the pack-
ing industry in Texas. Speeches were
made by the state land commissioner Mc-
Gaughey Gen. R. A. Cameron and Hon.
Thorp Andrews urging the farmers to ap-
ply themselves to the diversity of products
in the way of grains and hogs rather than
the one staple cotton.
Failure at Georgetown.
Gkoruf.towh Tex. Dec. 5. E. Moses
dealer in dry goods made an assignment
today for the benefit of the following
creditors who are preferred in the order
named: First National bank Georgetown
$1000; Jas. H. Raymond & Co. Austin
$133; Win. Fleager Georgetown $550; Rice
Stix & Co. St. Louis $3753; Schwab Cloth-
ing Co. St. Louis $1021: Stix Kruz & Co.
Cincinnati $2821); Schafer Swarz & Co.. St.
$.540; Giassen Bros. St. Louis $803. A. 1.
llaber of Austin is made assignee. The
assets which consist of a stock of goods
store fixtures insurance policies and lease
on building it is said will be sufficient to
' pay dollar for dollar.
ESCAPE OF THE TEXAR-
KANA TRAIN BOBBER
HE KNOCKS DOWN THE GUARD.
Arms niniftelf Visits a Store and
Leisurely Walks Out of Town.
Terrible Outrage Near
Texarkana Tex. Dec. 4 Napoleon Mc-
Daniel convicted here recently of wreck
ing and robbing a Cotton Belt train and
sentenced to imprisonment for life escaped
from jail last night and up to this hour has
eluded pursuit. His trial will be remem
bered and pending the hearing of his ap-
peal to the supreme court he was in jail
here under a doable guard. Last night Jim
Sharp tho guard opened the front door of
the jail corridor to go to bed. Mc-
Daniel Base Barlield and a
man named Buckingham had succeeded
in dislodging a bar in the large door and
Sharp was felled by McDaniel who used an
iron bar wrenched from the cage for the
purpose. McDaniel seized the guard's pis-
tol and made off. Base Barfield who
was awaiting trial for the murder of Dr.
Lee at New Boston last spring turned aside
from the fugitive party and entered the
jailor's sleeping room to procure arms. He
luuuu tuo jutiui asiuep out lie quiCKiy
aroused him and in the scullfe
for the possess.on of a pis:ol
the jailor was the victor and marched
Barheld back to his cell. In the mean
time McDaniel accompanied by Bucking
ham nau made tlieir escape an 1 the tor-
mer after making some trifling purchases
at an adjacent store went oil' leasurely and
it is sari neavny armed ne was seen in
the vicinity of the city this morning
and again this evening though partita
have been scouring the woods in every di-
rection. Blood hounds from Bonham ar-
rived this evening and it is possible the fu-
gitive will be captured. He is a verv des-
perate man and many persons who assisted
in bringing nun to justice will not rest easy
until he is again behind the bars. Sharp
the guard is saiJ to be in a dangerous
condition. Buckingham who escaped with
MclJaniel was serving a sentence lor carry-
ing a pistol. John Grillin convicted re-
cently of forgery and given a short term
though a smaller man than McDaniel got
stuck in the opening and not only failed to
make ins own escape out prevented a por-
tion of the other prisoners escaping from
the cell. Large rewards are out for Mc-
Daniel. ALLIANCE AND THE WORLD'S FAIR
Resolutions Concerning Sunday Adopted by
the National Alliance at Oculu Fla.
Ocala Fla. Deo. 5. Clover one of of the
Kansas delegates introduced and had pass
ed at yesterday's National Alliance meeting
a resolution reciting that the United States
census returns witli respect to farm mort-
gages are grossly incorrect and calling upon
all county and sub-alliances in all states to
take steps toward securing accurate statis
tics from county records and to make
prompt reports thereon. T. R. Cascodin
of West Varginia offered the following res-
"Resolved That we the National
Farmers Alliance of America believing
that obedience and veneration for the laws
of God are the conserving and saving force
of human government we hereby respect-
fully request that the directors of the
great national fair of 1892 do not desecrate
the American Sabbath by keeping open the
gates ot tne saaie on tne liOra s day.
The resolution passed unanimously.
National Secretary Turner submitted his
annual report last night but it is incom
plete owing to the constant payment of
sub alliance dues during this session.
During the past year 1089 New charters
were issued to sub-alliances as ionows:
West Virginia. 252 Colorado 152 Indiana
132 Michigan 100 Virginia 95
Illinois 87. South Carolina 83 Ohio ul
Pennsylvania 59 New Jersey 20 Minnesota
5. Iowa 5. OreEon 1. Oklahoma 1. State
charters have been issued to the following
states: Indiana Illinois Colorado Mich
igan West Virginia Ukla.ioma and iNortn
Some questions have been raised ns to
the unanimous indorsement of the St. Louis
platform bv the National Alliance lust year
Mr. Livingstone of Georgia this morning
ruovtd its adoption Dy tne present Douy.
Tlie motion was adopted wiih an amend-
ment so as to demand government control
of railroads and telegraph lines and if this
shall not result in relief to the masses in
clucking or curing the existing evils the
government sna'l become actual owners oi
such lines. This p'atform does not include
the subtreasury bill.
A STARTLING OUTRAGE.
Four Masked Robbers Assault a Citizen Near
Taylor and Escape.
Taylor Tex. Dec. 4. Last night four
masked men went to residence of John
Gettse at Coupland station 8 miles south of
here on the T. B . A H.Ry. They beat him
over the head with their pistols searched
his pockets and found only 10 cents and
the keys of his store. They ransacked his
house and went through his store but
found no money. It has since been learned
that he had deposited over $1000 in
the bank here yesterday. Mr. Gettse is
badlv hurt. His condition is not known.
It. appears that his daughter gave the alarm
and the neighbors armed themselves and
fired on the robbers who fled and blood
was found sufficient to trace them by this
morning. Drs. Eaves and Black were
called to attend a young man in that neigh-
borhood last night after the shooting who
was badly wounded with a shotgun said to
be from a coon hunt. Sheriff Olive and a
strong force of men are on the grounds and
further developments have not been
Destroyed by Fire.
Black Jack Tex. Dec. 5. Yesterday
evening the steam gin belonging to John-
son & Smith ten miles northeast of this
place was destroyed by tire. It was insured
for $2500 but the loss was $4000. Mr. Smith
is the party whose house was rscently
burned near this place but was not occupied
at the time. It is doubtful whether he gets
the insurance at any rate. It is a heavy
loss to him and probably equally so to Mr.
A DARK DEED.
Various Versions Given or the Cutting of the
Throats of Two Lovers.
Fort Worth Tex. Dec. 5. Lizzie Ford
and Ben Mobley both colored started to
walk home together from a colored ball at
2 o'clock this morning. Tbey were found
an hour later in different tarts of the city
with both their throats cut. They were
lovers but in the course of the ball tbey at-
tended Mobley became quite angry at the
woman on account of the attention she re
ceived from another man. It was in that
frame of mind that they left the scene of
pleasure. A half hour later a negro walk
ing along lower Jones street came up n the
woman with a horrible gash
in her throat speechless and taint
irora toss oi Diood. sue was renioveu
to the olflce of a doctor. Officers went in
pursuit of Mobley at his home on the South-
side but he was hot there and it was some-
time before he was located at his brother's
house in the Third ward where he was
found wi'h his throat also cut dangerously.
He could not tell who perpetrated the deed
but after he had been treated by the doctors
he was able to give several versions of the
affair ail of which seemed to be improbable
and Inconsistent with each other. He says
that he and the girl were both attacked by
a man who cut the girl's throat lirst and
then pursued him and did him up similarly
A Farmer and His Hired Man Arrested in
Dallas Tex. Dec. 0. M.G.Calhoun and
George Taylor were examined before United
States Commissioner Lednum on a charge
of making counterfeit money. A large num
ber of witnesses were introduced and the
evidence was so strong against the accused
that they were bound over in sums of $1000
and $800 respectively. Calhoun is a farmer
and lives near Howe Grayson county. Tay
lor was emoloved hv Calhoun find armours to
have been induced by his employer I o engage
in counieneiting. a number ot witnesses
testified that Calhoun asked them if tbey
would engage with him in the counterfeit-
ing business. He also oll'cred to exchange
ten spurious dollars for one good one. The
men will undoubtedly be convicted at the
January term of court.
J. J. Finigan dry goods clerk was ar-
rested todav charged with stealing silk
dress goods. He confessed. So far about
$S0 worth have been found but the full ex
tent ot his operations is not yet known.
WHAT PARNELL SAYS.
He Boasts the Charges Made Against Him
by O'Sheu Are False.
New York Dec. 5. The Catholic News
hai received the following from its Dublin
correspondent Thos. Sherlock an Irish
journalist whose relations with the Nation
alist members of Parliament are of a verv
"On authority which 1 have good rea
son to consider excellent I make the state
ment that I'arnell has assured at least two
members of the Irish parliamentary party
that the charges made against him by dipt.
O'Shea is utterly without foundation
in fact that he looks forward to
the near time when he will
be able to prove as much with good re-
sults to the Irish cause. I am personally
acquainted with the two men named to me
and I know them well enough to be able to
sav on hand that for political reasons thev
would follow Parnell to the end even if
they were satished that there were blotches
on his character. These two membtrs of
the Irish parliamentary part' are con-
vinced that Parneil is simply biding his
own tii.ie to vindicate himself a the pre-
cise moment when it will have more ellect
Negro Colored Alliance.
Ocala Fla. Dec. 5. At a meeting of the
National Colored Alliance yesterday a reso
lution was offered criticising and condemn-
iag the action of the white Alliance in pass
ing a resolution in opposition to the Fed-
epal election bill because such action has
no reference wnatever to tne aims anu pur-
poses the organization and was calculated
to check the growth and influence of the
Alliance. The resolution was discussed at
some length. The opinion expressed were
not so much in favor of the Federal elec-
tion bill as in condemnation of the white
Alliance for going out of its way to inter-
meddle in politics.
Clover one of the Kansas delegates in-
troduced and had passed at yes'erday's
Nationai Alliance meeting a resolution re
citing that the U nited States census returns
in respect to farm nmrtgapes was grossly
incorrect and calling upon all county and
sub-Alliances in each stale to take imme-
diale steps to secure accurate reports from
The Fire Fiend at Dallas.
Dallas Tex. Dec. 5. Early this morn
ing the house occupied by A. G. Eakin
on St. Louis and Portland streets was
burned with its contents valued at $!500
insured for $2950. The house was owned bv
J.E. Cassel and valued at $20iX)j insured
for $1250. A house on Wood street owned
bv D. Pointer and occupied by T. L. Town
send was destroyed by fire. The house was
valued at $1500. Townsend's furniture was
a complete loss and was valued at sloOO; in
sured $liKX). The tire originated in the
kitchen but how is a mystery.
Chicago Ills. Dec. 5. The federal grand
jury returned today indictments against
John M. Egan president and general man
ager of .the Chicago St. Paul & Kansas
City railroad tor giving a rebate to A. C
Tn..la .P. rn . nrvnina 'Dirta IMUIn. nnnnw.nl
manage of the Chicago JBurlington &
Quincy Railway company for giving rebate
to warren suo. ; ana against j. jvi. jonn-
son general freight agent of the Chicago
Kock island facinc road lor giving a re
bate to Wright & Haughey.
Galveston Tex. Dec. 3. Today Assist
ant United States District Attorney Robert
K. Hannay received thelollowing telegram
from United States Attorney General Miller:
"As you doubtless know the president has
removed District Attorney Wilson. Justice
Lamar has appointed you district attorney
ad interim under Sec. 793. Take the oath
and assume the duties. Appointment for-
warded by mail." Mr. Hannay filed his
oath and at once entered upon the dis-
charge of his duties.
A Desperate Affray.
Corsicana Tex. Dec. 3 In the affray
yesterday morning near Kerens between
Tom Powell colored and John Carswell
and Frank Scruggs Powell cut John Cars-
well dangerously in the head with an axe
but not fatally. Frank Scruggs was struck
at with the same axe and only slightly
bruised . Ca.-swell and Scruggs were trying
to enter Powell's house after dark for pur-
poses unknown when attacked. Powell is
still in jail.
Blooded Stock Sale.
Denison Texas Dec. 5. A sale of fine
blooded stock has been in progress at the
ranch of Dr. Marshall five miles west of
the city for the past two days. The sale is
under the hammer and is conducted by N.
8. Ernst assignee to satisfy creditors.
About $2100 worth was sold yesterday and
day before. The horses cattle hogs etc
sold at half price.
WHAT THE DOCTOR SAYS:
A PROMINENT NEW YORK PHY-
SICIAN GIVES THIS ADVICE FOR THE
CURE OF MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM :
" Be regular in your habits eat
and drink only what you need. If
the intestinal action is sluggish take
a course of cathartics or some form
of diuretic water to carry off the
wastes of the body through the
kidneys. Have the painful muscles
rubbed thoroughly frequently and
fervently using some soothing lo-
tion. I like POND'S EXTRACT
for such conditions and it will
promptly take out the soreness." j
WHAT THE PATIENT SAYS:
" My wifo has been afflicted with th.
rheumati.m for the past five weeks and
after using every known liniment your
POND'S EXTRACT came and we re.
joice to say it is helping her very much."
R. Q. FISHER Indianapolis Ind.
BE SURE THAT BOTTLE
WITH BUFF WRAPPER
LOOKS LIKE THIS
uunmiBrn nLV bv
POND'S EXTRACT COMPANY
76 FIFTH AVrNLW TUir
'if you hare a
COLD er COUGH-!
acute or lend in;; te
ak :.' rv.at I VI.' II II.)
- - M - - " -' .
' Aitfn fvTnrrnstHiTES
OF LIME AND SODA
is stjn.ii curb i-on. it.
This preparation contains the stlmuln-
tlng proportlos of tlie lltpophonphlir
and flue Koruvfllan Cod Liver Oil. Used
by physicians all tho world over. It Is ai
palatable as milk. Throe times as effica-
cious as plain Coil Liver Oil. A perfect
Emulsion better than nil others made lor
all forms ol Wanting Disposes Hionchitis
Scrofula and as a Flesh Producer
there is nothing like SCOTT'S EMULSION.
It is sold by all Druggists. Let no one hy
profuso explanation or Impudent onireaty
induoe you to accept a Bubstiiiito.
Private fifed ic$! Aid
EFlf P RT. I.OV? MO. Hpeoinl attention
'lit.L. ' Riven :iil ilis'iuses or iroulile in llful
oi feii'uia imirrieii er she.-ie Immylit nlmuf l)f
..'Xlior.uro nhiif.es. cxei'Mtcs or inipropric t JS.
fillfi HOiTiTirtEl Of S3 years' siiwewtn.
ll.'.it-i-. .U-iJLi.'.' experience may be
I'uiiaiuiuii I;y iiiuii. or ul ihn oilice free of charge.
KrV?eii'e Skillful Treatment Guaranteed.
poard end apartments furnished to those who
-.Cji; o ier3n.ii e;r e. S.-nu 1'. O. stamp fur clrcu-
ir:i etc. .A'Mrei-3 ktter.H
f.ti nra.m y. Jtu street st Louis a.
ftuliUit. itohto JtU.N'IIWlil r-jllr llnqfnrril.
ilnohiti-lr oi.lalHm- HI1J1K 'I ItKATMKNT llr relit In a dir.
Et'U Icnllly rrom 60 State. nnd forelpn t'oantrU.. IVrlt. them.
iJmrlptlf llnofc. .xiil.n.tfonttid procr.irnllpil(iiHil)ra.
Mtw ERili (ViE01C. CO.. BUFFALO N.V;
OF ANY FORM
It has been In use many vears and h
proved Infallible In every cLef from slmpte
I&hinj Piles 8t"late EMema retterZl
Sold fcy Dniggists. 50 eta per Boz.
Send tor Treatise on Skin Diseases and
. Certificates of Cure.
crt .v rRy.SKjg
-V LADIES' FAVODfTr
Money returned " not it J? lWeS.
feuu (sumps) for Jkiei 'Presented. 8cnd a
m in mm
mMififW01 lC3'-f r !FAff.tKa MANR00D.
V.V SMrrauuieral and HUaVOBS DiHIMTST:
fcwTaJi H life of Body and Kind Effects
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