The Edmond Sun--Democrat. (Edmond, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, March 19, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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THE EDMOND SUN DEMOCRAT
Kkrwin A Tiiomai, Proprietors.
Cntvreil at the Poctofflre at Edmond, O. T.
tot irauMulttal through tne malle as ucoml
i mill matter.
!6 Advertisers SUBSCRIBERS.
tfbiradv#rtitommU ami locals will he cou
((■•J aattl aro udtiflid t« discontinue them
A* thflSuM-DmocKAT goes to press promptly
rammla/f uoou.al) advnrtlMtnrata ami com- !
muiiieailous iuuit bp hamlsd in not later that
W- .. esda> :t noon to insure publication.
Wh • hcbauvo in the address of your paper
U red. five kyth the old and nrr address
If Hdjr Pul Mrlber fails to receive the paper
/•^u.srlfand promptly .piaase notify us at ouce.
if*\\dv«i tiling ratec made known on appi
Wood received ou subscription at
Will Lott, of Perry, spent >unday in
So. ft (jranittj
Tea Kettle fl «K>
Potts and Co
Wail fren. the aortti arrivaaat 1:49 n m and
01 a in.
Slail from the south arrives at 6 a in aud
t :•* p iu
kails elokeiO minutes liffore the arrlvalof
roatoffieeopen from I a. m.to6:8n p m
tutlajs •• •' ©a.«. to 10 am.
*' • •• 2 p.m. tc 8 p. m.
CJ BOWMAN P]
Bicycles and bicycle sundries at Al-
A. H. Classen has some choice cot-
ton seed for sale.
IDMOND LODGK, No. 1,1.0. O. F. mefta
•very Wednesday night. Mem hew In Rood
etandinr fraternally Invltfd to attend.
• A J Hltutt, sec. J W (Jump, N. ti.'
A.O. U. W. meets Tuesday ofeaehweek. Vis*
itiag brsthern cordially iuvited.
Iax BLEirkB, Hoc. J. F. Kluxer. M.W.
TETKRAN iNDBoVft UNION CLUB-Meet
very MOmIij lilfcht at 7 p. m., in old City
FF.GULAR communication of Ed
-tmmd 1/odire A. F. and A. M. lJJo4
[ meets n* first and third Saturday of
Varh u.entli at 7:!U)p.
All members in goodstandltiK are invited to
•tteaS. J- W. Howard W.M.
ft. Tbatchbb, Bet J.
EDMOND LODGE NO. 9. I. O. 0. T Meets
i- erery Tuesday evening at 7 p. ni., in th« Pro
kylerian church, liemheii- of the oriier ui
eerdially invited to meet with us.
EltaU. Ji\w ,C.T.
I T. A NO 829, meets at Edmond on •
ssd itrd Saturday of each inoutli at 3 o'clock
p m Members <>f tlio erilor in pood stand-
ing cordially iavited to moot with us
O. N. EistB, Pr os.
. A. L.llarr, Bee.
Boveruor William C Renfrow
Becrciary T. J L«
Old papers for naif, 20cts per hun
dred, at this ottice.
Miss Mate Updegratf started for
Hennessy on Monday.
The Weekly Kansas City Star and 1
Sun-Democrat for 11.00.
A job lot of tinware, cheap, at Kd ,
Feilding's, opp., Post Office.
l>icc chewing loLacco, 20.
cents per pound at Fielding's.
For Rent:—A small house $2 per
month. Apply at this otllce.
Dr. G. A. Hughes aud wife of Guth-
rie, spent Sunday in Edmond.
To Wives and
You r.re rt.fc faithful
' fhtir.cis who stand guard over
the health of flie family from
the habo to "the boss." You are
never f oe froiu care and anx-
iety which may at any .moment
be vastly increased bv illness
among your loved one;;. Orloffs
Russian Grippe Cure is offered
you as a certain preventative of
colds, coughs and croup, and
their attendant train of evils, if
used early, and a cure if its pre-
cautionary use has been neg
What a Wifa Saya
Leroy, Kan., March 10.1807.
My husbn:nl was attiu'kod with la
rrippe Inst ihtiraday Saturday 1 pur-
••lia«ed :i I >' t lu of "Orloli-" aud a boat,
u third of it cured him Tu*U>, Wed-
n :<dnj ue i« out in a's uxiial liusini-**,
peifectly well. Mis. Alice M David
100 DOSES FOR 50 CENTS.
Sold I y a'l Metropolitan! Druggists,
County Teachers' Association will be
j/ at school house in Choctaw City, Mar I
B110:00 White,s Pedagogy.—?
f| 1 McClain. P.egiu III.
I 11:00 Teaching Geography
111:15 Music- Miss Ivy.
I Experimental Physiology J. p
Ij 1 Primary Work- Miss Ophelia!
I j 1:55 Ijtngupge iu Rural Schools Miss '
I; Kmnia Iti< hards.)
| j It:00 I'se of Current Events in the
j School Room- (i. 1. Daily.
Busy Work- Miss Minnie Jacobs,
j Discussion led by C. A. Fewell.
j 4. Recent School Legislation. Miss
Each subject t olio we I by 'general dis-
7:S0. Lecture by Supt. J. A. ilcClain,
t C. A. Daughertv.
Excutive Com. j J. S. Alexander.
f Alice V. Beitmen.
■sawkpv iMr rnnnQ
— ' 01 Kl A It v Ti H) 1 p EOPLES' BAN K,
r,,::, keepcomtnq. '
U. «. Marobal
r. S. Attorney
. . C.A Oalbralth
> (Jeneral Uoy llofTman
Caleb R Hrooki
blank l al<
| A . ti.C. IMerer
J Jno ('. Tarsncy
• II W. Scott.
(.J. L McAtee.
Rscister of Dendi-
Cacntv Attorney. .
J R. Marrows
.J. M. Owens
K A. Caffrcy
W L Alexander
•W R Tajler
. 8 li. Potte
.Alice V Hletman
' H. Overbalser
Trsssnrer W. C.Brissey
Clerk U. II. 1 Mooae
Jastiae P«ace J. W.Comp
Msrshal S. (i MorKan
Trustee: I). ('. Thompson. KM Moore, II.
VT. Carey, 8 M. Wesley, J. S. Popnino.
N. B. RUHL, M. |
Over Peoplos' Bank.
J'. O. Box 303, ■ EDMOND, O. T
Orrifieial and Major v?/
Surgery a Specialty. /-®\
Chronic Diseasas, Nervous and
Catauruhl, by mail and at otlice.
HOUKS—8 to 9 a. m.
3 ti>j />. F.x/cpt Sunday
Consultation at Office Free
EDMOND, I. T
r1 >>- jl iT x;
JUDGE M. C. WHITE,
Ofllce in City Hall-
T. G. ELLIS,
Edmond. O. T.
Calls answered promptly dsv or night
r^rcOMl'. M, li
Physician & Surgeon.
Office on Broadway, opposite
Carey, Lombard Lumber CO.
EDMOND, - O. T
Daily KansasCit y Star and
Democraa fi.OO in advance.
Jno. Leonard and S. G. Morgan visi-
ted the county seat on Monday.
Ed Fielding is paying the htghes
market price for country produce.
Jno Ozmun, of Council (irovo visi-
ted Will Fatten Monday and Tuesday,
li Quart Granite Coffee Pot. 45 cents
Potts and Co.
For rent; a farm of 100 acrei, one
and a half miles from town: apply to
Senator J. W. Johnson and wifo of
Oklahoma City visited the Normal
school Mondoy night.
200 yards embroidery 2 inches wide
at - e per yd. is one of m any bargain
Bicycles for rent and bicycles re-
paired in a worklike-manner on 6hort
notice oy Alex McDonald.
Don't forget to secure some of those
left over embroideries 50 per cent off
at Forster & Thompson's.
Our new shoes are nobby, up-to-
date, and the best the market affords.
Forster & Thompson.
Kansas City Weekly Star sent to
any one who pays a years subscription
$1.00, on the Sun-Democrat.
it will pay j .>11 to wait for our new
shirt waists before buying elsewhere.
Forster A Thompson.
Miss Stella Wilderson, accompanied
l>7 her sister, Mrs. Martin of
Norman returned home on Tuesday.
Mary Ellen Lease, the noted orator,
will deliver a lecture at the Normal
School on Saturday evening, March,
Master Fay Chapman is the proud
possessor of a letter of thanks and
campaign pin from President McKin-
ATTORNEY - AT- LAW.
Will praetlee in all the Court* of tha Te
ti tor j. Letfal bnsiues* attended to at Oklaho
mat'itjr atwithtthrie. Odico in Peoples' Hauk
•ujIJjmk. Kioms .1 and t■
The Cash Grocer,
fltOORS 80U1 H OF P08T0FIFCE
3f lbs Navy B^ans $1 00
7 Ibn Gteen Coifte 1 00
2U lbs-Dtfed Apples 1 00
J6 Its Dried Prunes 1 00
5 lbs Dice Tobacco 1 00
7 lbs P. S. Smoking Tobacco... 1 00
3 Ibb Duke's Misture 1 00
8 lbs Tea Dust 100
Dou't pay big prices for goods, they
1 * aTT" '1 iitnff for Vou. ~
cBucloti in w blrh vouranuot lose is a
Miilouaneafl. ■ t !r headache, fur-
il tODgue, lovor, pilot* and • tliou^auUother
UJa are cao>i'd by criuatiiiation and HlugniaU
UTft. Cascr;« UCardy Cathortic, the .nu-
^ul iuw hver stltunlcnt and iulesHoal
care by alt druat^tatrt guaranteed to cure
none? refundM. C. C. C. aro a euro
r. Try a bo* to-day; 10c.,
le aud bogkltt free. ««e v
Doctor Ellis reports the arrival of a
new boy at his house on Monday of last
week. Motherland child doing splen-
W.C. Brissey, Dr. F. M. Moore,
James Haney and Charles Alexander
visited the legislature during its l.^jt
Tax list for the north end of county
at Peoples' Bank. Parties not wishing
to go to Oklahoma City can j>ay taxes
Born to the wife of J. W. Jordan on
Friday night, a 10J pound boy. Mother
and child doing nicely. This is authen.
Her. C. J. Vauderhoof aud family
left Thursday morning ior Kansas
City, and from there will go to Oold-
water, Mich. Purcell Register.
The ladies ot the Baptist church wil
servo dinner on the 122 of April, Okla-
homa Day. So sharpen up your appe-
tites for a great slaughter of good things-
Dr. A. U. Taylor, the distinguished
President of the State Normal School
of Kansas, lectured In the Assembly
Hall of the Normal School last even
Senator D. P. Maruui, of Woodward
ono of the Ilegents of Normal paid a
visit to that institution Monday and
made a few remarks to the students in
Joe Brlngham's many friends and
acquaintances in this town aud vicinity
will be glad to learn that ho was re-
cently married to a prominent young
lady of Jerome, Arizona^.
Died on Sunday infant girl of Mr
and Mrs. J. W. Ramsey aged one
month. Funeral services were con-
ducted from the house at 2 p. in , 011
Tuesday. Interment in the Deer
Died; aged 08 years, Mra. Mary Ma-
ryan on Thursday of last week at 7 p.
m. Funeral services at 10 a. in., Sat-
urday March 13. Interment in the
Dohno; Cemetery. Mrs. Maryan caiue
from Marion Co., Kansas to Oklahoma
in 1890. 5ho was a member of the
The cold wave last week was quite
severe, The fruit was not injured.
The grand rain Tuesday is enough
to jnake the farmer j happy.
A. Shepard and his daughter Phoe-
be, Thos. and Lyman Shepard took din-
ner with A. Comstock and wife last
The ('. E. social at Hugh McGiliiva
ry's last week, was well attended.
Thos. Shepard spent Monday and Tues-
day, visiting his brother, Sheldon Shep-
ard, near Kingfisher.
David Holcomb has recovered from
his recent illness.
Thos. Shepard leaves for Winfield,
Kans. next Saturday. He will remain
there during the summer.
Maggie and Grandma Met illivary
took dinner with S.T. Bell aud wife
An entertainment will be given by
the students of the Kansas school ou
Friday evening, April second.
Died; aged forty-eight years. Mrs.
Elizabeth I). Ruhl at the family resi-
dence corner Broad and Campbell
streets on Thursday, March 11 at 0 p.
Mrs. Ruhl was taken sick about ten
days previous to her death with la
grippe, then pneumonia set In. Her
devoted husband Dr Ruhl, and her
son and daughter left nothing undone
to save or prolong her life, but their ef
forts prcved of no avail.
Mrs. Ruhl had resided in Edmond
but a short time, having moved here
last fall, but by her many traits of
character she had formed a large circle
of friends that will sincerely mourn
The funeral was conducted by Rev.
Huber at the Presbyterian church.
Tho interment took place in Grace
There is Nothing bo Good.
There is nothing just as good as Dr
King s New Discovery for Consump-
tion, Coughs and'Colds, so demand it
and do not permit the dealer to sell you
somo substitute, lie will not claim
there is anything better, but in order
to make more profit he may claim
something else to bo just as good.
\ ou want Dr. King's New Discovery
because you know it to be safe and
reliable, and gauranteed to do good or
money refunded. Por Coughs, Colds
Consumption and all other afflictions
of tho Throat, Chest and Lungs, there
is nothing so good as is Dr. King's
New Discovery. Trial bottle at
Moore & Howard's Drug Store.
Regular size 50 cents and $100
Did You Ev r.
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your troubles? If not, get a bottle
now and get relief. This medicine has
been found to be peculiarly adapted to
the relief ana cure of all Female Com-
plaints, exerting a wonderful direct in-
fluence in giving strength and tone to
the organs, il you have Loss of Ap-
petite, Constipation, Headache, Faint-
ing Spells, or aro Nervous, Sleepless,
Excitable, Melancholy, or troubled with
Dizzy Spills, Electric Bitters is the
medicine you need. Health and
Strength are guaranteed by its use
Fifty cents and $1.00 at Moore A
Howard's Drug Stjre.
The little daughter of Mr. Fred
Webber, Holland, Mass., had a very
bad cold and cough which he had not
been able to cure with anything,
gave him a 25 cent bottle of Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy, says W. P. Hoi
den, merchant and postmaster at Wes
BriinQeld, and the next time I saw
hint he said it worked like a charm.
This remedy is intended especially for
acute throat and lug diseases such as
Col d, nadcronp and whooping cough,
it is famous for its cures. There is no
•binger in giving it to children for it
contains nothing injurious. For sale
by Moore & Howard, Druggists.
Henry Hagen has a full supply of
goods from tho well known house of
Wooley Co., Chicago 111. lie has
obtained prices that enable him to
make suits at "way down" figures.
Qotiy. Where can we get the bes
queensware? Aijs. At Foster*
Persons who are subject to attack
of bilious colic will be pleased to know
that prompt relief may be had by tak-
ing Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrheoa Remedy, and if taken as
soon as the iirst indication of the dis
•ase appears, it will prevent the at-
tack. For sale by Moore & How-
Married on Sunday last at the
residence of Curtis Whitaker, the
home of the bride, Miss Emm* Whit-
aker to Joseph G. Tyler, by Rev. Hu-
Miss Whitaker is an accomplished
young lady and has resided in the ter
ritory since the opening.
"Joe" Tyler as he is commonly called,
is one of the popular and substantial
young men of Edmond.
The Sl nDemocrat joins their niP*
merous friends in wishing them a pleas'
antand prosperous journey through life
All personal taxes upon which pay
meuthas not been made according to-
law will be given to the sheriff on the
2ath day of March.
W. L. Alexander, C >. Treas.
Card ot Thanks.
To all friends who so kindly assisted
us by their sympathy and help during
the sickness and death of our love(
one, we desire to extend our heartfel
N. B. Ruhl,
Advertised Letter List.
List of letter* retraining uncalled
for in the postoftlce of Edmond, O. T
for the week ending Feb. 27, 1897.
Mr, John Amerrklcswier
Joseph Gay may.
Mr. Doll Mansfield.
M. D. McNett.
John M. White.
Mr. Jesse Willimas.
Mr. Charlie Williams.
Mr. J. G. Williams.
Persons calling for the above letters
will please say "advertised" and pay
one cent. C. J. Bowman, P. M.
! DOORS SOCTU OF POSTOFFICE.
22 yds. Good Muslin .
24 spools Best Thread
20 yds. Good Lawn
20 yds. Good Shirting
13 < otton Bats
10 yds. Good Dress Goods
17 yds. Cottoii Flannel
We have just received a large
of Spring Dress Goods and will make
prices to suit the times.
So do our customers nml to s\y thev
are surprised at our Stock and j tie.
is putting it mildly.
are ordered and will soon be here.
A Small Stock of leftover Embroideries at r 0 p r cent reduction.
Seethe new Swiss Embroideries with guipure edge.
A part of our Summer Shoes have come but many more will be
iu a few days.
©en&r&l Banking :: gusincse
I J. R. HUGHES,
PI ow Work a Specialty
Ra< jug [plates made to order
also toe weights and steel skoes
interfering and over reavhiag
W as awarded first premium iu shoes. Corns, chronic founder
aud quarter craeke
FOF^STEF^ & THOMPSON.
Madison, Wisconsin, State Fair,
Mineral Point and Dodgerville
(Wis.) fairs, also Red Oak, Iowa,
and Oklahoma City, O. T.
C. W. Sl'RACiUE & SON, Proprietors.
Frosh and Salt. IvUZELiL/TS.
Broadway - _ Edmond, Oklahoma.
\\ ood work in carriages, buggies
and wagons done by a first class
workman. Prices reasonoble aj^d
all work guaranteed.
A Full Line of Wagons, Buggies and Carts.
Watches,Clcks s jeweler.
Repairing a Specialty.
EBjVIOJMG) JVII Wo
Qeneral Mill /\r\d Qrair\ Business
MITCH & MARTIN, rop's.
Rheumatism Quickly Cured.
After having been conllned to the
house for eleven days and paying out
$25 ia doctor bills without benefit
Mr. Frank Dolson of Sault ate. Marie,
Mich., was cured by one bottle of
Chamberlain's l'ain Balm costing 25
cents and has not since been troubled
with that complaint. For sale by
Moore & Howard.
Nothing could bn fairer, more philan-
thropic, or carry more joy In its wake
than the offer of T. A. Slocum, M. C.,
of 98 Fine street, New York City.
Confident that ho haa discovered an
absolute cure for consumption and all
pulmonary complaints, and to make its
great merits known, he will send, free,
three bottles (the Slocum new syste' i
of medicino) to any reader
who is suffering from chest,
throat and lung troubles or consump-
He invites those desirous of obtain-
ing tlie remedies to simply send him
heir express and postoflice address,
and receive in return the three free
Already this "new scientific course
of medicine" has permanently cured
thousands of appafently hopeless
He considers It his religeous duty a
duty which he owes to humanity—to
donate his infallible cure.
Offered freely, apart from its inher-1
ent strength, is enough to commend
it, and more so is the perfect eonli ;
denceof tho great chemist making'
he offer. . j ,
He has proved consumption to be a
curable disease beyond any doubt.
TI ere «vill be no mistake in sending
---the mistake will be in overlooking
the Doctor's generous invitation. H«
has on lile in his American and Euro
pean laboratories thousands of tesi
monials of experience from those cured
in all parts ofthe world.
I)«-!ays are dangerous: mail your ad
fees t i r. A.Sl.) miii \[ C, 93 !'.a s
hreet. New York, and when writ in jr
e Doctor, please mention rending
his article Lis Suv-Dku )■: uat.
lobbod? Uo you knm
'-Great Social Problem'DO you wish to Insure.
>(3 you wish to sell your farm?
President John Smith do you wish to buy town or country
property on easy terms?
you do, call on or address,
1MB STORY OF A PEACEFUL REVOLUTION.
Dy FuEDKFtrK t'l
It advocates the Initiative and the
it proposes national ur municipal
railways and nil other natural monopolies; it de-
mands an immediate revision or tho L'. S. Consti-
tution. President John Smith sounds tlie key-note
of the future, and points tha way to prosperity
it is needed i
E^OND LoUJVTBER. ©OMgAJSY
The Curcy - ombnrd dumber o.
Lumber, Hardware, Implements, Stoves,
Tinware, Pumps, Coal t?r, Root
Paint, Implement Paint.
W. G. BRISEY, Manager
f f I Y°U hl
is a powerful contribution to the thought of the
day. JOHN P ALTGELD.
'I President John Smith and carefully
studied it. I find it well '
George Smith of Flushing, Mich
spent Monday in Edmond visiting E.
W. Fenner and family. Mr. 9mith
has visited several towns in Oklahoma
in the past ten days; he will return 10
Edmond to-day for the purpose of
looking over the country adjacent to
the town, lie erpressed himself as
delighted with our magnificent country
A. \V. Signer, the blacksmith, firit
door south of post office on 11 road
strett This man has *aken the Keeley
cure; ho Hill sharpens plows fer ten
cents; he can lay plows. 13 inch for
$1.50; Winch $2.00; pointing60cents;
setting wagon tires <l) cents, setting
buggy tirts $1P<>- Shoeing; "Excuse
me. All work is guarsutted and that
you know." A- W > ynei.
Highest Honors—World'* FslrJ
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair; '
"Yours for Health."
Expert physicians aflirm that the
right climnte may cure consumption
.and kindred diseases.
The right climate is where a pure,
dry air, equable temperature and con-
stant sunshine are found.
These essentials exist in the Salt
River Valley of Arizona and various]
places in New Mexico.
Descriptive pamphlets recently
sued by the Passenger Department of
the Santa Fe Itonte, contain such com-
plete information relative to these re-
gions as invalids need. For free sam-
ple copies address ti. T. Nicholson, <i.
A., A. T. Sc -4 l<\ il r. Unci?).
Dangers of tha Crip.
From Cripple Creek.
Alter the big lire at Cripple Creek
I took a very severe cold and tried
many remedies without help, the cold
only becoming more settled. Alter
using three small bottles of Chamoer
Iain's rough Remedy, both the cough
and cold left me, and in this high ti
titude It takes a meritorious cough
emery to do anv good. (J. 11. Hen-
derson, editor Daily Advertiser. For
rale by Moore & Howard.
I Ed Fielding
President lohn Smith is a skilled and thoughtful
eiposure of the present false social fabric. It
should be generally read by people who are Leak-
ing a solution for existing wrongs
THOMAS E. WATSON.
By a .special arrangement with Chailcs H.
Kerr fit Company, the Chicago publishers, this
paper offers President John Smith to its leaders
at gold btandard prices. Finely illustrated, i/t
pages, in paper, twenty-five cents, in cloth, one
dollar, at the offic e or by mail
Fend President John .Smith and then vote ond
Wuik for the good time coming I
Geo. H. Klein,
Harness, Saddle?. Fly Nets, Whips
Bicycles and Bicycle Repairs,
f v P' Ivi li
My Goods are the Best.
Repai ring diil Neatly and with Dis
patch. Guarantee iny Work.
'fyfay BROADWAY, - - EIJMONO O. 1
it'. Trr. '"-Marks obtained and all Pal-?
. o ■• ,| H ted for MootRA-rt rtcs. $
Sou* Orrict ISJOFPOGITS; U^S. Parcjjjr Orrier *
nd ir"<if I, << , .. n.; or pWo., w'th de"~rip-#
, if I*
•C not due till patent k scour*
r> " Ho\t t'j Obtain 1'ali-ots,"
i the U. S. and foreign cuu.
HOTEL DE HOSS.
The Cash Grocer? Feed, Sale and Exchange Stable*
TV/O DCORS 800TH0F P08T0FFICE.
22 ll Clarified Sugar
20 lbs Dried Peaehes
•10 llm Crushed Java Coffee..
20 Ibi it ice
Ill cans Corn.
West Second Street.
The greatest danger from La Grippe Id cans (iooseberries. .
is of its resulting in pneumonia. If; Blackberries...
reasonable care is used, however, and
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken,
all danger will be avoided. Among
the tens of thousands who have used
this remedy for la grippe, we have yet
to learn of a single case having result-
ed in pneumonia, which shows con
clusively that this remedy is a certain
preventive of that dread disease. It
will effect a permanent euro in less
time than any other treatment. The
25 and 50 cent sizes for sale #by Moore
12 cans Tomatoes
Where are you buying your goods?
Buy where you can buy the best.
t A magazine of ^
Social Progress. ,
f EDITED BY FREDERICK UPHAM ADAMS. %
A Th« world is on tho threshold of v«st social ^
Y chunji^. 1'i"trre^is ahouttosui.derUierhatns ^
A Port drape Crum ol Tartar Powdtr.
! 40 YEARS THE STANPi\jUX
Uucklcn's Arnica Salva,
The best salve In the world for Cut*,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Snlt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chaj ped Hands
Chilblains, Corns ami all Skin Erup-
tions, and positively cures Pile?, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to giv
perfect sathifactioacr money re fundi
ESMOND'S MERCHANT TAILOR,
changes. P;<>rrre>-M uliouttosmidsrUwehatn*
"j which hnv i. mud it. Tho n<«it forward st#p w
W Will Iw )u t that Winch Ui" averfife lnU-lltgene« •
% of a nation mak«« pnMlhlv. ltevolutlnns ore J
A the |>al-<.f profc-rTheeoiulriK revol m
^ alionMioulil i.;i-ot Intelllgene*;llshouldh«> W
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