The Tecumseh Leader. (Tecumseh, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, May 25, 1894 Page: 3 of 4
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GENEEAL NEWS IN BRIEi
You want the Best
Royal Daking Powder never disappoints;
never makes sour, soggy, or husky food;
never spoils good materials ; never leaves
lumps of alkali in the biscuit or cake; while
all these things do happen with the best
of cooks who cling to the old-fashioned
methods, or who use other baking powders.
If you want the best food, ROYAL
Baking; Powder is indispensable.
royat baking powder co., 106 wall at., new-york.
Ah Adopted l>y h I'ltt4l>ur£, Pa., lOO.
I No round games shall be played
where tlie stakes cxeccd $100,00 a cor-
Members will please not eat with
their knives when outsiders are pres-
Members are re:|nested not to ap-
proach the club 011 foot nor in a hired
No member will be permitted to
bring1 his luncheon to the club wrapped
up in Li newspaper.
>. o member who wears American
made clothes will be permitted to sit
at the front windows.
Members must not swear at the club
servants, as they arc all younger sons
of English noblemen.
I'nder no circumstances will any con-
versation about art. literature or sci-
ence b.' permitted on the premises.
Any member violating any of the
above rules will be prohibited from
using the gold soup plates for one
month.— Pittsburg dispatch.
A FAMOUS INSTITUTION.
The Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Insti-
tute of Itufl'alo, Tt. V.
From the Boston Herald.
What can be accomplished by judicious
enterprise, when bucked up by ability and
professional skill, is shown by the magnifi-
cent buildings of the Invalids' Hotel and
Surgical Institute at bullalo. This model
sanitarium furnishes one of the sights of
Dulialo, not alone lor its architt ctural
beauty, but on account of the world-wide
fame of Dr. Kay V. Fierce, who establish-
ed the institution many years ago, and i.-<
to-day its managing dirertor and president.
A beautiful live-story building situated on
Main street, the principal business street
of Buffalo, the Invalids Hotel can well be
sa «l to surpass any institution of its kind
in the country.
Sixteen physicians form the medical stall
of this Institution, who devote their time
to the patient- in the building, an I to Cor-
respondence by letter with patients who
consult them from all over the I'nitcd
Mates. Each physician or surgeon i- chos-
en for his skill and proficiency in curing
one class of chronic disease. Thus the pa-
tient lias for a physician an experienced
specialist who is thoroughly familiar w ith
the ca.ie. A material ai l 10 the medical
treatment are the machines for giving
"mechanical, movem-nts," or massage,
electrical apparatus. Turkish baths, etc.,
with which the hotel is thoroughly equip-
ped Large and airy rooms, parlors, read-
ing rooms, elevator, and many other con-
veniences make this
A ri.KASANT KHMEMAL HOMF,
and far (liferent from the private hospitals
as commonly known. The World's Pis-
I ensaiy Medical Association, of which Dr.
Pierce i- President, is the owner of the In-
valids Hotel, and the large laboratory,
cullcd the World's Dispensary, well.
Standing on the same lot, which runs
through to the next street back, is the huge
laboratory, six htorie* in height, which
lur.,i*iirs ample room for manufacturing
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, Or.
Pierre's (iolden Medic I Disiovery, Dr.
1 ieree's Pleasant PelWts, Dr. .Sage's Catarrh
Jiemedy, 1'r. Piene's Extract of Sniart-
Weid.br Water Pepper. These are pro-
prietary remedies which have been solo for
over a "quarter of a century all over the
United Mates, troin the Atlantic to the Pa-
citie. cjir loads of these medicines are
shipped every day from BufValo to points
East, We-t and South. An idea of the ex-
tensive business carried on by this As-
sociation call be gaitud hv what is said of
it by the postofhee aulh r.ties at Welling-
ton, D (\, who r.-port that this one firm
sp- nds annually for stamps more than all
I ne banks and newspapers of buffalo com-
bined, or over $100.<«)! . The mail matter
.• mounts to from 3<W)W to -10,000 pieces
daily. The first story of the World's Dis-
pell.-ary building is « ceupied by the ship-
ping department; the second floor is de-
Noted to the large newspaper advertising
department and the mailing; third floor,
printing mom and bindery; fourth floor,
drug mills and paper ware rooms; fifth
fl or, bottling, wrapping ami packing de
j art incut; on the sixth floor is one of
TilK foST-l'I.ANM l> LABORATORIES
in the country, in charge of a thoroughly-
scicnti.lic chemist, formerly of the Harvard
medical school laboratory. In fact, the
equipment, the machinery and 1110 system
with which thee large' lmiiiutions are
equipped, and the marvelous manner in
v bicli everything work* along as though
by c|. ckwork, would well repay a visit to
This inscription appears in a Wiscon-
sin cemetery over the grave of n wo-
man written by her husband: "Tears
cannot restore thee: therefore I weep."
Life is too short to get square-
The Icing can do no wrong without
e very body knowing it.
Pessimism is an evidence of a soui
stomach or of inherited taint.
All things conic to the way of him
who does not expect too much.
lie who lias schooled himself to si-
lence has set his world to wondering.
It can never be that everybody else
is wrong and you alone are right.
It is pitiable to see a poor man
••guaged'' wrong for a small income
A pipe smells of domesticity; a cigar
of clubs; a cigarette of vice.
A house that is divided against itself
I cannot stand outside iuterfernce.
A man who really loves horses and
dogs loves women and children next
—Mandellne ( rvis. in .fudge.
" Hanson's turn Siilv*."
WarninitNl tocun or iimie'.v refunded. Abit $uur
truKiCLst for ii. iTioe !.'> i-ftn
'•Have you got any brothers?"
"That's strange! I was just talking
to your sister and she said that she
had two brothers." Hello.
The ISoanl3r « f Niagara
Can never be described and it lias never
been pictured so adequately and satis-
factorily as in the splendid portfolio
just it-sued by the Michigan Central.
"The Niagara Falls Route." It con-
tains fifteen large plates from the very
best instantaneous photographs, which
can not be bought for as many dollars.
All these will be sent for 10 cents by
Frank ,1. Kkamhaij,. Advtir. Agent.
Michigan Central, 102 Moiuidnock
A It ire .Education.
"Does your daughter sing?" asked
"No." replied Mrs. Oldfan; "we have
taken great pains in educating her not
to' \\asbington Post.
amphot- it-«* wit It (ilyrcrino.
Tht* original :irut only (.'enulie*. l'ur« KCIiapi e l Il:ni<t>
Ul.u i- Uv-e, Colli sun s, &c. C. U. Clut'K Co ,N.liaV('U,Ct.
Ho "Do von b dieve in such a thing
as love at first sight?"
She—"Certainly. A hasty glance
does not discover imperfections."—
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly nsea. The many, who live bet-
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products (o
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas-
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a pcrfect bix-
u.ive; effectually cleansing the system,
lispelling colds, headaches and feveis
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid-
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak-
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug-
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man-
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
« \ckage, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
PARAGRAPHED CURRENT EVENTS
OF THE WEEK.
Gleaned from the Four Corner* of
tlie World and Condensed in short
Paragraphs* for the <;on\cmeii«*u of
Edward and Charles Miller, aged 12
and 14 respectively, were killed Tues-
day bv an Erie engine near Hancock,
Smallpox has broken out at Rush-
ville, a small town not far from Atch-
ison. There are four cases, ull among
Colonel Robert 1*. Deehcrs, ex-city
e^mptroller of tho First brigade Xa
tional Guard of Pennsylvania, died
Sunday, lie was fifty-three years old.
The steamships which sailed from
New York for Europe Sunday carried
$2,900,000 in gold, making the total I
lhy, Recognition address; Lecture,
Speaker's name later; Win. Hawley
(Wednesday, June 27th. Temperance
muorest Contest; Rev. A. \\. Lamar,
(pjl'liursday June 28th, Rev. A. W. La-
• lasses: Senior Normal. Rev. A. O,
I didn't think that he ever
been at work on it
only a year."
"Hear me! Isn't that ;i
' We didn't think so. We're engaged
now."— Harper's Magazine.
1'jjtform of WlnflM't Cltroiiuqoa Ai| Clr®«HiAlter Sitting..
•emblj. Ifiilon n ®4 i ««Jack has finished my portrait:"
•Yednesday, June 20, Judge A. W. | "At last!
Turgee, New York; Rev. Willey, St. ; would.
l'hursday, June 21st, Rev. E. L. Wil-
li-, Judge A. W. Tourgee.
Friday, June 22nd, Mayor H. C.
lime. Philadelphia; W. L. McLean,
Saturday. June 23d, Hon. Henry
tatterson, Louisville; W. L. McLean.
Sunday, June 24tli. preaching in the
iorning. Lecture at night by Major
1. C. Dune.
Monday, Juue 2.>tli, Women's Day,
Irs. Laura Johns and ex-Governor
,bhn W. Hoyt, Wyoming; Win. Haw-
Tuesday, June 20th, Recognition
Mail (trying on spectacles)-
much are these glasses?
Salesman—They're no glasses
the frames. Hallo.
'•That coat you have oil isn't
enough for regular wear,'* said
Snaggs to her husband. "Why don't)
you take it for an oflico coat?"
"Office coat!' replied Mr. Snaggs,
"Nonsense! It, hasn't n hole in it yet
Tlic Watches rf tli# Mr lit
When of the repented kind experienced by per-
sons troubled with Insomnia, boon bring about
an alarming condition of the nervous system
The shaking hand, contusion of the brain, lapses
of memory and iom of appetite indicate with
terrible preclslou, the rev ages produced by toss
of sleep, whleh it' unremedied must destroy
mental equilibrium nltejrethrr. Mo better und
i horoukfb nervine «-\iht- thun llosielter'a
stom««*b Hitters. Common a«nse and exj eri-
enee point |o its early and steady usain eases of
inaomnia. It atrengibent weak and relaxes the
tension of overstrained nerves, which, by the
w ny, a resoit to unniedicaO'd ttimulanls will
never do permanently, while the after effect of
such excllanis is mobi ] rejudielal I'nder the
influence of this benign invigorant, appetite,
tigestion and sleep return, and bodily coraforc
Mid health are alike promoted. Ii Is Invaluable
m eh 11* an I lexer, Iher complaint, consli-
t pation, rheumaticnud kidney trouble.
for i KVrigbt: Primary and lnteimediate,
Piof. A. (iridley and Wifo; Physical
shipments of gold from that
the week $ff,00(),000 . . , „. ,
Cflture, Alice llolcomb; Kindergarten,
The American Glucose Company lias \>|lie \\ Light; Round tabic, Rev.
closed its factory in Peoria, III,, I Hrown.
throwing 350 men out of^ employment. | Round trip tickets one fare for
points within one hundred und fifty
Inability to secure a sufficient amount
of coal is given as the reason. miles. Season
Mrs. IT. S. Grant, widow of General tickets 2. cents.
Grant, with her son, Jesse, md b'.s mation addres
wife, arrived in Denver Sunday from Ass t, Sec y.
California, and resumed her journey
to the East in the afternoon over the
The I'nitcd States consul general,
William llayden Edwards, died at ller-
lin Friday Light of brain fever. Mr.
Edwards hud been ill for a month. He
leaves a wife and two children. The
burial will take blace at Potsdam.
Joseph M. Glick, a leading Schuyl-
kill county politician, and Republican
candidate for sheriff, committed sui-
cide s.t Ashland, Pa., Tuesday by
shooting himself with a revolver. The
deed was prompted by financial trou-
The central cable office of the West-
ern Cnion Telegraph company has re-
ceived liotice that a temporary cen-
sorship has been established at Lima.
Peru, by the Peruvian government.
The only traffic exempt is the official
correspondence of foreign representa-
The Monon passenger train from
Louisville was wrecked three miles
east of Hammond, Ind., at 9 a. m.
Sunday. Officers of the road report
th it no one was killed, although sev-
eral of the trainmen were seriously
Three departments of ilie big River-
side mill at Wheeling, W. Va., closed
down Saturday evening on account of
no fuel, and the entire mill, employ-
ing 2,500 men, will have to shut down
by Tuesday. The company has orders
for months ahead.
Princess Colonna arrived at Chicago
in her private car Sunday via the
Northwestern, and continued her
journey to New York without delay.
The princess denied herself to all call-
ers during the half hour her car re-
mained in the station.
Edward Call ill. aged .35 years, a coal
and wood dealer, attempted to mur-
der James Flood, aged il'J, a hostler,
at 122 Hudson street, lloston Sunday
morning by firing two bullets into his
head. Cahill then shot and killed
himself. Flood will probably recover.
Senator McMillan has given notice
of an amendment to the sundry civil
appropriation bill appropriating *275,-
000 for a proposed ship canal twenty-
one feet, in depth and 300 feet wide in
the shallows connecting the waters of
the great lakes between Chicago, Duw
lutli and Buffalo.
A large number of American and
English visitors have arrived at Or-
leans. France, in order to.take part in
the Joan of Are celebrations. Many
wreaths were placed Monday upon the
statue erected in honor of the Maid of
Orleans Tuesday was the annivers-
ary of the day upon which Joan of
Are succeeded in raising the siege of
Captain lloatli commanding the rev-
enue cutter Walcott, has reported to
the treasury department from Port
Townsend, Wash,, the capture on May
1, of 200 pounds of opium, which was
being smuggled into the state of
Washington near Deception pass. The
capture was nrjde by Jonirs Ipsus, a
seaman belonging to the Wolcott.
Senator Walsh Tuesday introduced
a bill making it a crime punishable
imprisonment from one year to twen-
ty years to retard or obstruct any
train carrying the United States mails.
tickets 81.50; singh
For further infor-
QUINCY A. GLA8B,
" \fter von
fi nely to the d
entered. ^ ah
I iid< rt Uer'« < o u-tc«j-.
said the undertaker pi
U a • To« T.mid.
I ha\o never hail the courage to get
What'-' vour bus
• at the
The gold engaged f« r shipment by
Friday's steamers from New York
amounted to 81,500.000.
The gold reserve in tho treasury at
the close of business Monday was #92,-
232,752 and the cash balance $122,300,-
James R. Dewitt, of Detroit, bes
been arrested at New York at the ro
quest of the police of Detroit, for the
forgery of a check offered to the pro-
prietor of the Cadi lac hotel.
The Denver Manufacturers' ex-
change has decided to hold an indus-
trial exposition during the meeting of
the State Republican convention com-
mencing June 20, to 29 inclusive.
A bill to provide for coinage
at the branch mint at Denver, Col.,
lias been introduced by Representa-
tive Pence. It appropriates $000,000
for the construction of the necessary
Senator 8c;riier Tuesday presented
to the United States senate petitions
from several G. A. R. posts of Wash-
ington state praying for the recogni-
tion of Lincoln's birthday as a nation-
The report that Judge Harlan had
been stricken with apoplexy Satur-
day proves to be untrue. He was
overcome by the heat and fail.ted. He
is doing nicely, and will be all right
in a short time.
Colonel W. C. Breckinridge tiled his
appeal bond Friday. The bond is for
$100, and the defendant's brother* Jo-
seph C'. Breckinridge, appears as sure-
ty. It is hardly probable the case
will be heard before next fall.
2 Ilerr Kurd Yon Sehoezer is dead. He
entered the Prussian ministry of for-
eign affairs in 1850 and was promoted
unt il in I SOU ho was charge "d aft'air'es
:;t the City of Mexico. In 1 ST j ho was
appointed German minister to the
I'nitcd States. He was accredited to
the Vatican in 1892.
The president lias signed the actt to
1 regulate the sale of liquor in the Dis-
trict of Columbia: for the relief of
Geo. W. Hums: and the joint resolu-
tions providing for the return >f the
tlag of the Twenty-second Iowa vol-
unteer infantry, and authorizing the
wearing of the distinctive badge of
the Army and Navy Union.
The new tunnel through the Palis-
ades, built by the Susquehanna &
Western railroad, costing $3,000,000, is
completed and was formerly opened
for coal traffic Tuesday. The tunnel
is nearly two miles long. Work was
begun on it eighteen months ago.
Twelve Italians were killed about six
mouths iigo by the falling of a p?#rt of
Postmaster Dayton of New York
city v\ ill not occupy a scat in th? con-
stitutional conventinon at Albany.
He has sent a letter to Postmaster
General Bissell announcing his resig-
nation as a delegate to the conven-
tion. The action i^ taken in order to
prevent possible violation of the laws
against federal officeholders being
President Cleveland and his party
are expected to return to Washington
"You must be a very loiiR-livcd fam-
ily," said a gentleman, talking to a
woman of ninety years, in an institu-
tion. who said that she had a brother
and a sister still living, both older
"Yes. sir." was the reply: there was
eight of us, s r. ami my brother Jimmy
was the only one who died young."
"And how old was lie?"
"Only seventy, sir.' -Youth's Com
pa n ion.
Mrs. tiadders What do you think of
my new onyx clock?
Visitor I'eautitul! Is it an alarm
Willv Gadders Yes-
Mrs.' Gadders- Willy. Willy! How
dare'you tell such an untruth'.
how it alarmed
bill, vou would say it was Puck
! "Oh, I'm only a lion tamer."- Phi la.
I Ik i < ii ,\ m *■> Puis nave a pleasant
coat ng disguising the taste of the pill,
without iiupair'ng its efficacy. 25 cents
Well, if you had seen 'and if she accept
>p when he got the put her down a
Tl e Meanest \ et.
•Meanest town in the cniutry." said
"Yes: lynch u lunu an' then they call
oi/ his widder for a subscription to pay
for the rope.!"—Atlanta Constitution.
CONDI < TOR IC D. LOo.Mls, Detroit.
Mich, says: The ellect of Hall's Catarrh
Cure is wonderful." Write him about it.
Sold by Druggist?, 75e.
A Sure Tout.
Dude She is a pret ty girl and she is
rich Now the question is. has she got
Candid Chump You can find that
out very easy. Ask her to marry you,
then you can safely
fool. Texas Sift-
next Monday evening or Tuesday
morning from their fishing trip.
p ... Judge Westcott Wilkin, a native of
11)0 officers of the f irmcrs national i Nt,w york state, a resident of St. I'a.i!.
congress were 111 session '1 oesday at | Milin scvcn year8 died late Saturday
the Pal;ner house in < lncago, 1 resi- j Tljt, as the result of injuries re-
dent B. Clayton, of Iowa, presiding. | from a fall on an icy sidewalk
lar.t January. He was well and favor-
ably known throughout the North-
west, having high rank as a jurist and
citizen. The interment will be at his
CATARRH! Have you Catarrh? Do
vou Avant to ^'ct an eli? Jf you do.
■j. v * ri s A ATT \ \7 \V infields noted Ca-
J J I j\- IN JL -J tarrh Specialist for his
I IO\IE rlrUKA T.\ IENT.
A Special rate of S5.00 for 3 months treatment, including all Medicines and
Appliances, will lie given all who apply before .luno 1st. It lias been thorough-
ly demonstrated that this treatment will cure the most obstinate cases iti three
inont!.'-, which hundreds of testimonials will show. Write for question blank.
ACdiesS a!', letters to
Pit. T. B. TAXI)\,
1202South ?Iillington ,Str°^ \ri> i iKLl>, KA A>.
The object of the meeting was the
preparation of a programme for the
fourteenth annual convention of the
organization to be held in Parkers-
burg, \V. Va., in November.
3 The front walls of what but Sunday
constituted the beautiful Tabernacle
church of which I)r. Talmage is pas-
tor, arc all that remain of that edifice.
The loss on the Tabernacle is $300,000,
insurance 8130,000; on Hotel regent
$>700,000. insurance 8,*00,000; on adja-
cent residences $32,300; on Summer-
field Methodist church $3,000.
An application for a change of venue
was made in the St. Louis criminal
court Monday in the case of Arthur
Duestrovv, who killed his wife and
child, and the ease was sent to Frank-
lin county to bo tried. The case will
coine up at I'nion in that county Sep-
tember 17 next. I'nion i:; sixty miles
from St. Louis and not on a direct
native place, Goshen, N. V.
The canvass of Orleans county. N.
j Y.. in behalf of woman suffrage shows
there are 1,310 women on the tax rolls
who pay taxes on an assessed valuat ion
of 431. There were 6,950 votes
cast in this county in the last election
and the petition in favor of woman
suffrage contained the names of 5,548
persons over 21 years of age.
; The investigation of the so-called
armor plate frauds at tho Carnegie
works, by government oflicials, was
continued Friday at Homestead, Pa.
Two sessions were held and a number
of witnesses were examined, but as
the investigation is being held behind
closed doors and the participants arc
pledged to secrecy, nothing could be
learned of the proceedings.
Fort Scott has £30,000 in the city j Joseph J. Iladfield, one of the
treasury. i wealthiest men in Waukesha, Wis.,
Junction City Tribune- Paring the j died Tuesday morning, aged 51? years,
month something like $850 Itcre paid J The deceased was a millionaire and
for milk. For about five months from was prominent in politics.
Kovember last the monthly payments
Averaged about $050. While this sum
lis not large, it is a great help to those
deceiving it. 1 he patronage given the
freamery is show ing a substantial in-
crease. For the last month there was
k daily patronage of 3,501) pounds, and
Jhe price paid was . 5 cents. Foe the
current month it will reach 4,000, with
th ■ prospect of a goo-.l increase later
\ii the spring.
The works of the Akron Varnish
company at Akron, O., burned to the
ground Sunday, and the plant of the
Akron < hemieal company, adjoining,
was badly scorched. The tire follow-
ed an explosion at the varnish works.
One man was taken out of the build-
ing severely injured, and Michael
Kuglcr was burned to death. l.< bj on
the varnish works was $100,000.
Th* gubj*et of tho above portrait is th*
flev. Oha*. IVosser. n much h' loved and moist
devout minister of theRoapri at Mount (';•?•-
mel, Northumberland Co., Pa. Mr. Prosscr's
usefulness, was, for a long time, greatly im-
paired by n distressing, ol«tinate disease.
How Ills malady Has finally conquered wo
will let him toll in his own language. Ho
says : " 1 was n great sufferer from dyspep-
sia. and I had suffered so long that I wa*>
'i wreck : life v.as rendered undesirable and
it seemed death was near ; I ut I ccm#* i.i
contact witb Dr« Pierce's Golden Medical
JMscover.v end his 4 Pleasant Pellets.' I took
t welve i • ■: i :.f' oI ' Diw <en Mid vera!
bottles of the 4 Pellets,' anil followed the
hygenic advice of l)r. Pierce, and I am
happy to say it was indeed a cure, for lifo i:s
worth living now."
For dyFpepsia, or indigestion, "liver com-
plaint," or torpid liver, biliousness, eonstipa
tion, ehronic uiarrhea and all derangemeutH
of tho liver, stomach and Iiowols, Doctor
Pierce's Golden Medical Discoverv elV ts
iierfect cures when all other medicines fail,
it has a specific tonie effect upon the lining
membrane3 of tho stomach and how el.;. As
an invigorating, restorative tonic it givrs
strength to the whole r-ystein and builds up
solid flesh to the healthy standard, wlicu re-
ducecl by 44 wasting diseases.1'
Mr. J. F. Hudson, a prominent lawyer of
"Whiteherville, Sebastian C >., Ark., writes:
"Having suffered severely, for a longtime,
from a torpid liver, indigestion con.tipa<
vi, ' ' ■' tw:j/h i-iiw
tion, nervousness and general debility, and thus giving j
finding no relief in my efforts to regain my envr.
health, I was induced to tr}' Dr. Pierces
tJolden Medical Discovery and | Pleasant
Pellets.' Under 1 hi.-; treatment, 1 improved
very much and iii a few months was able to
attend to my professional duties.'*
::p both solid flesh ar.d strength after grip,
pneumonia, fevers and other prostrating
diseases, "(rolden Medical Discovery" ha*
no equal. It does not make fat people more
corpulent, but builds up aoliii, utiulr-iowti
Do you feel dull, languid, low-spirited,
have fullnessor bloating after eating, tongue
coated, bitter or Imd taste in mouth, irregu-
lar ap] etite. frequent headaches, 44 floating
speeks U'f« re eyes, nerv ous prostration and
drowsiness alter meals/
I. yc.ii have any cousiderable number of
these wiTiptoms. you are suffering from
torpid liver, nssociauxl with dyspepsia, or
indigestion. Tho more complicated your
ibse.'ise the greater the numl>er of symptoms.
No matt r uhat stage it has reachra, Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will sub-
Nervousness, sleeplessness, nervous pros-
tration, nervous debility, and kin Ired dip
turba acres are generally due to impoverished
blood. The nervous system suffers for want
of pure, rich blood to nourish and sustain
it. Purify, enrich and vitalize the blood bv
I .'-.king "(iolden Medical Discovery" and all
tliesn nervous troubles vanish.
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us they 4 put the nerves to sleep," but do
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manmt benefit and a radical
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going diseases and pointing out successful
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World's Dispensary Medical Association.
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Mounts, N. S. The Tecumseh Leader. (Tecumseh, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, May 25, 1894, newspaper, May 25, 1894; Tecumseh, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc177758/m1/3/: accessed December 4, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.