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LINCOLNTON, N. C., FRIDAY, MAR. 23, 1894.
Has located at Li acolnuiu and oi
f hu iTioea m pbjicia to the
: ,&fUi!li$ ot Liucolnton and surroaud
ifii'cbuixuy. Mi --' -
mUfcs ioaud at ulght at the Lin
LINCOLNTON, N. C
Teeth extracted without
paiu by the use of aa anaestiie-
tic applied to aire- giims. Poa
tivtly destroys all sense of pain
arid ca die no after trouble.
Iguarautee to give atiitac
tion or no charge.
A call from you'aoli jted.
Aug. 4, iy.
; fitted Mip. VV,.rk awavt.
neatly dour. cu.-itoneis pohteij
waijed upon..- Eyeythiug. pertain
iogHcr'the t6nsorfal art U done
acco;diaK to latest tyl-B..
HsjraY .'ijrToy Barber
' ' ' ' M , iiiniiininim
Itch a taman ana iiors'es and all am
mbU 6uri ia 80 minutes by Wooltords
ta&Itirj LoUoo. ThU never fails. Sole by
"''SrVLawiog DruggUt Lincolnton. N C
- Xnf lisla Spavin Litumea; removes all
' Kaxdj eoft or calloused lfanips and IJemUh
.aa iram aorses, blood spavins, curbs, splints
rwstaay, rina-bcae, stifles, gprains, all
sweUsa ibroau, coughs etc. Save $50 by
aw of one bottla Warranted tb moat
wtnirful Us mis a care ever known. Sold
Vji. ai.'Lawlng DrutrgistLiDColnton 2 U.
E. M. ANDREWS
"Wbo'tisJe and Retail Dealers in
OS AND OHOAHSa
Qtik '. Bedroom suits
of ten piecs,'troai (j.U0 to S150 00.
of s;x pieces, from 22.50, to 200.00.
. i1 ' .' ' ' - v i ?
ITO03 H 00 to WO 00.
$15 00 to 845 00.
.$1.00 to $3,00
$3 00 to 920 00.
CO UCHES anil LO.UjYGES
9 7.50 to W.OU, . . -
ilumo racks a ad" Cabinet',' $1.50
to 112.00. -Revolving Book Chs
aud KollTop Dedks " and"cffl:e
Cbrairs, W 00 to 40 00. Oi-g-tnt?,
$50 00 to $150.00. Fiauo, $225 00
This ii a great sale aud you
mak a flreat mistake if you
fail to take adrantage of it.
ALlJletUV promptly answer-4-
- VVrH? aV Quce" for particu
lars. ' 16 and 18 tVst Tradi 9t,
CHARLOTTE, jY- C
Jin. 26, 1894. '
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The,b4stSalT6 in the world for cuts and
DTuie4,'som, salt rheum, feter sores, tet-
er, chapped haads,' chilblains, corns, and
all akln'i aptions,iand positively cure
riles, or no' pay required, it is guaratteed
togiff perfect satlsfaotlon.oT money refan
irica 25 cenU per nox.ror said by J.
H LawlnK. Prailaian and Pharmacist
'WTiohaa notaufi'ered thia misery
caused by bile in the : atiiniea '
which an inactive or sluggish
liver failed to carry flf.
THE PREVENTION AND CURS IS .
liquid or powder, which gives
quick action to the liver and
carries off-the bile by a mild move-'
ment-of the boy.rels. It'is; Co'piTr-'
gative-of gripingAmdiine," L'u
purely vegetable. Many people
take pill.-i more take ftimmona
'I Lave been a vlct'rn to BlUounneiw for
years, nudaftei trj tag various remedies
uiy oqIv aocdfesl tdl fur tile use of 8liu
mous Lives Regulator, whfch neverlklUd
to relieve int. I apeak not of GQYsair,
aloue, but oiy whole family." J. II. FilL
Uhi our Z Stitmn in red an imimaK'
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1 11 Y ENTION I the world during the
last balf ,.century. Not jeast .ampog, tbe
wonder dfntfentit prflgresa is- a' method
aod system ot work tbt can be performed
all over tbe country without separating
the workers from their homes. Tay lib
eral; a;ny one can do the worfc; either sex,
young or old; no speelal ability, required
Capital not needed; you are started free.
Cut tbia out. and return to us and we will
send you ,tre&, somenmg of great value
and importance to you, that will start yon
in business, which will bring you In more
money right away, than anything else in
the world. Grand" outfit free. Addres?
Trae & o.. Augusta. Maine.
When Baby win ale k, .we gare bee Di&rfi.
VThen aho wai i thill, she ttrled for Oastoria.
When &he heoame Alias, she cluo; to Gastoria.
Vhen aha bad Children, she gave them Castorla.
s out of employment, or in !
: a position that 3rou do not
: like ? Possibly the solic-1
iting of Life Insurance is
: your special forte. Many s
people have, after trial,;
:been surprised, at their:
: fitness for iti 1;o all sucH
sit has1 proved a most con-s
: genial and profitable occu-
z pation. The Management :
5 of the
I Equitable Life I
tin the Department of hi
Larolinas, desires to add;
td its force, some agents:
of character and ability.!
I iUl 1U4U1IUAUUU. m
l W. J. Roddey, Manager, "
Z R6ck Hill, 5. C. . 1
CaTeats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat
eat business conducted for Moderate Fees. -
Our Orriccj OpposixclU. S. patent orntc
and we caa acctite patcat
lss time than those
remote from Washington.
Send model, drawinz or photo., with deacrto-
tion. Wc adrisc, if patentable or cot, free f
charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured.
A pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patents," wtth
cest of sane in the U. S. and foreign countries
seat-free: Address -
Opp. Patent Orncs. Washington, o. C
KLKCTrltC BITTERS... . .
This renieqv becoming ao wth known
and so popular, an to need ..no special hien
tjon. Allwho haYe ued Electric Bitters
sing the same 3ng of praise- A purer
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Salt Bbund' othei-a"flections caused by
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system and prevent as well as "cure all
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The best ealve in the world for cats
bruiseseores,; ulcers,, salt rheum, tever
seres, tester' chapped hand, chublaina,
corcs.and all skin eruptioca, -and positiTe
lyicure. piles, or no pay. required. It ia
guaranteed to give perfect satistaction. or
money refunded. Price 26c. per box. Pot
Cain Wire. -
Who was her brother t
Iia l sbe a aiate f
: dad whe a mother t
Wan boe pre A da into
Born before history
With her identity
Maid of Pi cejicia,
Ot un6itd 3aabia f
Wtm was her tether T
Was hrt a viking.
JifHt lo hi hkiug ;
. O it of the, WiVriiceiinia,
lo to the Wheie
Bdnlug hits daughter T
2 - l v e ot Nowheie,
P uinatk of 8wedeu?
! LurL1 by ihe'cbaitnV '
Of ti e G-tn'eu ur Eileii f
Blonde or biuuetto T
Hounded or leaan ?
Fiery or Irijfid f
Haugbty or tender f
Why are her giace.s
Ud known to fame f
, Whf ra did. Uaio meet - her !
s What' was her oame !'
Whisper it sottly
Say can it be
The lady we seek
Was It. Haggard's "Sue!'
Tell me, ye sages.
Students of ite,
ABswer my query j . .
Who was Gain's wife f
, Chicago News-
A. LICOLXTOX 31 AN IN
The visit' to 'us of 'the Rev. Du
jBo3e, Professor of'rXheblQjey, pf
Sewanee, Tennessee, and of Mr.
Silas McBee, Vice-President Qf
the Brotherhood of St. ,Andrew in
the United-States, hue been,! of
great practical Taliie. ' These
Brothers have spoken with strik
ing effect at Brotherhood meet
ings in London, Edinturg, and
Glasgow, and have also addressed
representative meetings in Liver
poo and BirkenheacL The: ad
dresses of Mr. McBee,one of which
ii given elsewhere, is worthy of
special attention, and in these we
see what are the aims and princi
ples of the Brotherhood which is
doing such magnificent work in
A' meeting in'Liyerpool of those
interested in the Brotherhood was
held on the 10th February at the
Diocesan Rooms Lord-street,
Mr. C. J. Bushell in the chair.
On Mr. McBee being called
upon, he said : "I assure you
gentlemen, it is a great privilege
to di3cuss with you the effort to
bring laymen into active -aggressive
work on behalf of the Church
I presume that the problems are
no different with you in England
than they are with us. "Our lay
men however faithfully they
migtit attend the services of the
Church in America, and .tajv$ in
terest in various essential organi
zation connected with'the CHurch
after all performed no -really ag
gressive eerviceind our; Brother
hood developed from the absence
of this worfcrin' a congregation in
Chicago less than eleven years
ago. ' A body of youug men who
had become interested in Bible
study, seeing that in St. James'
Church only a "few men were
present at the services, and that
still fewer could be enlisted in'any
practical. L work.- determihed
study the problem, with aview to
ils solution. By a singular piece
of wisdom they eliminated from
their organization every social
and business element in the way
of raising money, and they deter
mined to ask ' God each day to
give them strength to solve this
problem, and that once a week
they would try to influence some
other men to ..come under the
power ' of the' Gospel of Jesus
Christ. No rules were formulat
ed in the beginning, but they
flimnlv resolved in their own
minds to carry on the work. They
worked for a year without being
known as an organization of , any
kind, and found that at the end of
the year the Church,, instead of
having a few present every Sun
day, was filled .with . from. 350 to
400 men. They found men com
ing to the Confirmation Classes,
and the?' took courage and started
another organization, .About this
time other congregations in Chi
cago, finding success attending
their efforts, organized similar
Brotherhoods on their own res
responsibility," but with no con
nection between the ' different
bodies. -Gradually these societies
of3'ouugmen began to assume
responsibility for the Church's
work with an amount, of enthusi
asm that was indeed surprising.
Subsequently they joined hands,
and jt was resolved to come to
gether once a year and discuss the
course to be adopted, with the re
sult that to-day the Bishops .jind
Priests of the Church feel that a
latent force is gradually being
turned into a mighty power. I
just give. you this history to show
you the great work carried on by
th laity in other words it was
seen that a lay man must not
only go to the church and receive
the Sacraments, but he must go
forth strengthened ' ,by the Grace
of God and influence his fellow
man to come under the Gospel of
Jesus Christ. Indeed, there can
be no real religion in any man
who is seeking God and saving
himself, if he does not engage in
acts of charity for hia fellow-being.
This is the whole principle
of our work. In every Chapter
ot the Brotherhood 'every man
must bear in mind that he will be
held spiritually responsible for
hi3 brother. In a great many
different, ways each man can do
something to help his brotherand
it is given that every time we re
ceive grace, unless we pass it on
to our fellow man, the ' spiritual
responsiblity is increased. The
SL Andrew Brotherhood desired
to get from God some spiritual
power, and impart that power,
to the next man they came in:
contact with. 1 Each man must
seek his brother if his very life
depend on him. ; The Rev. Du
Bose, of Sewanee, ' Tennessee, in
the course of some brief remarks,
said it was quire an accidental
circumstance that he had come
across from America with Mr
McBee. and he wished to bear
testimony to the fact that the
Brotherhood . looked like ' the
av.'akning df a new spirit' among
the 3aity,-)f the Church; He
state -ihat1 their Conventions
were half .composed of !ayrmem
bers, and this appeared to hihi to
be the wakening -of a: sensed of
responsibility .of one mart for'his
brother, -fie also wiehed to bear
testimony to the . character of the
men wh&ha'd v-originated , the
movement; Tne Brotherhood
was nbw'a vast power for good:
The work had been such in Am
erica, aud was duly recognized by
the Bishops and . Clergy. -Ths
Cross of .St. Andrew. - .
A Tennessee Trajjedj.
Nashtiu-, March 9 Georga A
Smith 'a firmer about 35 year ot
age, ia lue ede of P;ckett coauiv,
several milea above Celiaa, ; wtut
homedtuuK Weduesiay nigot, and
brutally murdered b;a joQugest
cn.U, after which he beat hi wife
In a borribl . manoer, CQttipg her
threat aud tbea craahlQK her Lead.
Leaving his bletdia victims, he ie-
paired to the house of his sister-in-law,
a fcoort distance away, aud fiud
ing ber sick iu Dea, grabbed Ler by
the hair and dragged ber to the
floor, stampiug her. She managed
to escape from him and alarmed
tbe neighborhood, who soon discov
ered Smlih'i terrible crime.-. Smith
has fleki the tieigh Got hood anil "hit
wbereacouts"are unknown--. He iU
very liaeiy be lyi.ched if captured
Subscribe for the Coubieb.
flub Peak'H Letter.
, Ma Emroa: lu jonr iaaue of tte
9.h lust. I eat Cherryrille letter
name oc uxs
several titues in a some hat ill
snape; or . the signature ''Eli
Bogaa." N.w Hr. Bogus I do hot
propose to uea nice clean journal
to lepttrt dirty local . occureucea
and a a rule never mention lcl
d ffiireQcea aud hold it up to public
;zi. L-Mjtl diffcreuce aie always
bettei hdtMedat tiouic, and not per
uiitied io abroad. Mr. Eti lian
as, alias Beany Bttftua. alia licnu
F. Bm ler, or alia aij oiber Beuuy
that little Beituy Boy us rLay asaoaie
I am 64 yeait old and am writing
this iu lull view of where I flist eaw
rolilit of liny rtiirt ttui Well
.q .ah t lie lHiuleii 1 tjy n Imit
tiill Guar. H.ius la a ttd uhiu
ai d ti- Ju-t f ttpreaeutatiou ot tbe
Mm abaoiiu it. i will pay. my
c uipiiuieutg u st to tbe cbuich
i-Atili ami buuday school nuperm
teudeur, and ak him to stop cut
ting illsputfit tiaibr ioutf euoub
co rad tbe fitlaiwiQg in tbe bolj
Bible. Deuterououjy lS:h cbapter
aud 14tb verse, a a me book 27tb
haper and 17th verse. Cut sad be
h? tbat 'reiniiteth ' hia " uelglibor's
Inud-iunrk : and all (he people sball
say, Aajfn and vvtae following to
tbe md of tbe chapter. Bear Job
lib chapter and 2ud verse- Bear
tbe wisdom of Solomon, not in high
sounding words but in truth aud
soberness", 22 cbapter aud 23 verse
Bea ove not the ancieui landmark,
which thy fathers have set, aud 23id
chapter, 10th ver-e : Remove not
tbe old landmark : and enter not in
to the fields of the fatherless : 11th
For their redeemer id mighty he
shall pl ad their cause with tbe
BtDD7 BjgQi stated that tbe 'Pan
baudle got to hot for Bob Peak,
wbicn is a mistake, buc tbtre waa a
parry immigrated from Waoo,
Cleveland county, that displaytd
such a malignant disposition that I
thought proper to omit writing.
Oh ye church members' Who should
betba light of the world, but are
not, bat act more like demon than
cbristains. I tried to act the part
of peaee mater through all the wood
war of the Panhandle and hence
the epithet tbat I was always ready J
to sbr-d my Mood in times of pee,
buc woulG deert in time of war.
Tbe people know whether I have a
war or peace record. The, Courier
baa always ben a oleau paper wor
thy the name ot family news-paper
and I will not put a fpeck of dirt
on its tair face. BobPas. i
Cherry ville, N. C, March 12tb, 1894
IIov? they Voted.
Tbe Bland seigniorage bill, which
passed tbe Senate on tbe If th re
ceived th 80ppott of Senator Ban.
om ; and of course Senator Tance.
who is absent, was p tired in favor
of tbe measuie. ih Washington
correspondent of the Richmond
Dispatch says tbat theie was but
one Senator south of the Potomac
wboopposid the bill, and he was
Mr. Caffery, of Louisiana. If Mr.
white, of the name State, had been
in tbe Senate, be doubtless would
have voted in the negative, but his
successor, Mr. Blaucbard, true to
the luterests ol his section of coon
try, i corded himself on the aflirma
tive side. It is said that Mr. Canary
labored hard to induce bu colleague
io oppose tbe bill, tat witLoat
avail. Mr. Bl an chard ia an ardent
advocate of silver.
Senator Hill waj paired with
Senator Dixon. The' latter is a
rank gold bug, so it must be taken
for granted that Senator Hill waa
favorab e to tbe paasagp of the bill,
(bough his colleague. Mr. Murphy,
voted iu the negatue, Mr. Hill, if
be bad wanted to pat himself on
record as being against tbe bill,
could easily have changed Lis pair,
out be did not. He prtferred to
let it stand. This fact caueed a
deal ol comment about tbe Capitol.
Tbe Marj laud Senators oj peaed
be b;l!, as waa expected. The Po
tomac ilver feems to divide senti
ment cn the s-ilvtr question as well
3 States. Charlotte A'tics.
M4C8tlon, aci Stomiicli dtoorders, usa
rmowsM mw nrritna.
I A2Ce&lmir)it.flrrft:. Oennloahaa
-p0 mnr)- "roesoa rea iaea aa Trifrym
BlackauliU mi Iweevllle.
Esiroa or Cocaixa : 4 a I have
wai ed for some time tor informa
tion 6a school, law, I haven't re
ceived' any. It convinces me of one
thing, that there u bat few men
thtft read school law or that are in
terested in tree schools for I left a
wide gap' open ' for any man to
knock a hole in me if be saw fit
to do so. -So I have to be content
in Qf blianful ignorance or have it
all to myself, eo I will now give you
a history of LowevilIe. Aa X have
never aeeu U in print and as other
people write about their town I
will ret yon know something of ours
Loweaville ia situated in tbe east
corner ol Lincoln Co., some three or
four miiea from the beautiful ?a
iiwi'S K've,r wnic'i diidea Lincoln
add Me'kleulur. tlr wareiadow
ou A psai;eful a if there was iso
tariff reform ijoujg oi. Ljwefville
wat named atter Col. D. A. Lowe
who owned and still owua tbe prin
cipal part of Lowectville. In tact
what the Lowes do uoc ou ia bald
ly worth owning, Hcto at thin place,
we have 2 large aroiea of general
mercnaudise and I am told they
bought some 170 bales of cotton
Ibis year. We have aome 18 or 20
dwelliug bouses, with a population
ol 40 to 45 people all told, one shoe
shop, one saw mill, wheat, com aud
cotton gin all combined, one school
house aod one Methodist parsouage
partuly on the way. Hills Cbapel
a JUethodist church is iu one half a
mile of Loweaville. We did have
oie blacksmith shop, aud I reckou
there is but one et tor there came
young smith from your town and
et up right by tbe old smith. Well
tuey say eompetion ia tbe life of
trade, but if it didn't kill the old
s.nith and send trim off to his little
farm near Loweaville, then he la ly
ing to you. Stilfso far I flod this
youcg man to be a clever hfce'ruao,
bat at the present prices of wortc
this old man will raise bis hammer
no more. So Mr. EJitor thfa teach
me one thing, that a man can live
to be cO old and stay at a p'ace so
long that be ceases to be cf any
ner vie 4 to tbe neighborhood he lives
iu and that ia just the way i fe f
now. So a soon aa I can sell out
what little I have ' I am ready, to
oiove again. So down goes tbe pen
ot tbe old smith at Leavil!e never
to be beard of more.
a Child Killed by Brandy.
A little five year-old son of Mr.
AJf i ed Nixon, of Floyd county, Ta ,
died oo Wednesday morning from
the effects of a quanity of brand?
drank tbe morning before. The
little fellow went to the press io
which wa a truit jar ot brandy,
aod it is supposed drank deeply of
it m be soon relapsed Into a stop
or, from whioh he wa never fully
aroused. The physician was not
asnt for until twelve hours atter the
deadly draught was taken, when
it was too late for any remedy to be
available. Tbe poor boy, tbouph
not seeming to be coosctoaa, a short
while before he died recovered some
what from tbe profound stupor be
bad beeu in for thirtyaix bout a,
and appeared to suffer great agony
betore death came to bis relief. Mr.
Nixon, tbe father, is a distiller, and
uses the article freely himself.
adkin Taliey Neisi,
While Mr. Breckitridite ta interest
ing himself in toat law case in
Washington bis -ival tor tbe Con
gresainnal nomination from. his dia
trect is hustling about lively. He
opened bis campaign in Lexington
about 'be same time Hiss Pollard
opem d her campaigu in Washing
Shot by a Twelve Year Old Boy
KscxvniE, Tenu., March 11. 1894
Arthur Oardwelu twelve yean
old. shot and iustantly killed Pat
Patterson and T. C. Carawall, fa.
tber of young CardweiL were in a
fight in the lattei'a store when
voQLg Cardwell ran belind the
counter, seize J a revo :ver and tired,
shooting Patterson through tne
Tbe fight waa over tbe Houk
Oiber Popl Boalaoaa. t
Dcaa Esrxoa Lisaaut ' Ooffitxi i
It often has bees a'wouder add tor
pn to aie why aome people ' lore
to oue sq much about. other peoples
buineaa and negleot thair own i04
ineu: AaoTtittTfcttgriliTa tlttcU
ij noticed feu'drthat la; abtna" people
pretend to be CufiitaUM, and woe
unti them, how far from It I I am
not an angeL nor am l a fealat, but
I love my God tbe maker" of ah maa
kind. And' neverthe-hie some
mau wanta tp bd.letfd upop m god
among their ledow men. li, let
ter ia inten ted tor them aloue
Now remember we are all eqaal(f)
Iu this world; - lt'- hsii '' w are
born and 2nd when we die. So
don't look upon i jour ;own, tqaal
with au eye ot env vt bttd, put
tie it all uieu like yoQ wicb them
u tieat you'ahd aud uever push a
man when e'iH'povei t atrickeu or
goiug down 'bill- All tbia neltiah
laUuess aati conceit wilt vanuh from
you only wlieu it 'isr too ' late. ' 6cd
abver iuteudid for' u" buuan to
malt v small of ' ea'cb "'other' but ' to
nelpeaoh otber." 1-do not'Want to
enter into Scripture or I coald refer
yuo to tne exact -cbapir where tu
it eaya.go holp thy iello men when
iu need- Hot la put your foot on
his.neck and kick him down. Re
member now it If a long laae that
baa no turn tix V so I tay, look
sharp, dao't you fall in the grave
vou bavedoglor another one. The
tact of the xnatter la we are all tbe
fame blood aod 'flesh we are all bff
spriogi from bur father and mother'
Adam and Etx: it 1 s 1 only rcf ol
pride that make aomo hold tbem
selves above others in the eye' of
God -we are all rqaaM. ' Protfdibg
we lead a moral a&d respeettu) life
uo matter now poor.' acmtnwr
fell tbe rich v - !
I hope tbie will be read In the
samu aotrlt as it waa written, with
no ill reeling toward any one.
1 Dei? ta aiffa mt lawfal name in
this letter aa I never hide my name
auder a half boshe4.
... 1 m :ydurii troiy; '""''
Paor. Jacob CbjjuucS Scntrritai.
Liuoointotv H.jMarbh ;,8b, 1894.
, . . .I f i n.iaiii! iii ' '
. .Obltrtary. . l
Sarah Arm Freeman, wife of J. O.
F.eman, died'Marou lllh, Z89;i, at
G;'20 p. in., aged 54 jti. 1 mo- aod
10 davisJ ' She' Coined the ' M. E.
Cboroh'SoQib at the age of four
teen a ad wae: oonver ted ' to God' at
tbe age 'or fifteeu.,i: Sinter : freeman
lived a faithful and consisteot mem',
br uadl God aay nc' to can her u
another sphere where pleas a re a
never cease. 8 oh waa oonfiaed ; to
her bed for foar mobtbs,' bat she
never mo roared, but bore his stdV
feriug with patlecae) and christ&ih
fortifude. Sister Freeman leaves
living huabaad.: ' three children
three sisters and four brothers to
lament ber depaxtore but tbaoka
be to God oar loss Is her eter&al
gain. Tea! stater is gonev bat let
a not sorrow as those who have so
hope, bat ever let us. look forward
ward with a happy ezpectioa of a
happy meeting io : tbat blisiful
abode beyond the aaasbrlght-dlcDe
She was a loving mother, a . kind
sister and a devoted friend to all
who knew bar. Bereaved friends,
let as be consoled with the con sol -ation
anil beleif that , she is bow
winh her biasd savior, aod 1st us
ever strive to meet her there whsre
sad partings coos no more,, .where
sorrows havs an "sad, where pal a
aad death are felt . aad -feared so
more, where all , is Joy, happioeaa
pleaaute and peace' In 'that' fweet
by an! by. ''i .' '. .'."!.V";
Ber affeotionats brother,
W: R. Nrwrox.
March 20. 1894. ;- f -
jars. Fh(l TtoaVof 'luiciica City,
111., ww told ty lr ddolora ale tad Cosr
sumption and -t tiers; waa ad jepe toz
ter. bur two bottles or Di: Ziux'i .Nw
Dlscoverv eaaprarrkr!t'bt sud; sia
eonsamptlen, tt4e4 wUobj ercryrj
tfJogalw ihentotf on. bortr of J
was cared, fie is aatonvlly tb&fiifal. It
is aachrasalta, f wblah tfiesa aresaiolH,
tbat prove the wo&dtrfsl eflew? ot this
mediai&e in Coagbs and Colds. Free tris
bottles at Ir. J. id- Lawlog DtuZ. Store.
Aenlar ills 60c. and $1.CU
gaie oy jlt. . jl, iAWin, JOruggist