Even the Saltan Consult thiSlfcn Fo'rtfej
- Siniplc-it Undertaking
Thore ia no land on eaS th where
more superstitions-preraif than thiJ
of the unspeakable Turk. . SomV)f
them are Verv' intereeting.
If by aiij- chance a sijarrcrw or
Rxrnliow flifin the wiiidoy antl-cir La
r-lfry tl.rpp times arountT the rojTii, it
13 a tha a blxxl relation of
some ono pr.ent vihont to fliojj
baprninK tliaf arc auppostHl -to pre
dict marriage. For instance,, ifa
hor? sneezes vrhen pbe p:tsf9 oilo in
"the ptrect, she i ijsitR- tfier
.. .:. . i- r ,nrj.atr i
,m,.s unfastened, she-kw that
clie v. ili soon beBOU2ht f fir, and .it f
She pes lo eat u jieaeu auu ura
kerm l Hplit -sli" -is eiUJitlly rtu
tlw.t -In-v. ill nlK- w-.l.Tt.L f
ih" Hilly as NiMiiv nuc
chaMJi tri !-y sr, Turkju-hnarh'n
tt kiiMW vviipi will marry as hy
her rimVtiaii i. and i-tnm-ro fi.--it
i!:iv k m s!r- Is quite an aii.i'is
tfj t'-rtisat r:;te. -
Vii-) in sinutnor a hoe flies in at
the vnnd'iw. it is r:-;p.rded iJho
har'iiuT ut giOl luws. xik ia also
a t! : m -down or a hoc-tie. Vinoth
" ? flying alnuit a Ji?ht -in
:;:pi.l wyA wishes fn.i! im
- (lie Jl'!i'.VT!:'(tec 'hi airpr of
;i visit fiuiu jin Taj pfhusairt
I'lives his hf'iut' lor-hni-i
;.!;.;-' the- ti:i r A: id
-- . :; . y m i j i ii i 4 .,ui
1 :iiiis On i;
i-km aji I
v. i '
h-' ittonii;s- Uf tl iso
II Lapp'n him. Wlog
j nes aers-s hfs-atji
) 4, ; t .
e ! -!-Ue WUi J-v- i.., I l
",'.firt three p j:ouw 1
; tic i yes. " Blue 4 -yes 1 v
In. ; , : . " !
;.r.i- I't l-.-tv-tiik'fs
wi.. ill.- t!
f lnl.!';!J '!::
1 ia''k. 'he
h!t4 cVeiT ti - ,ii ! .it.
I n; Vt 1 " illd I'm-. :;cil (fT'J
t Ij v riLh7.i des! uiy MTi.'i i: .
aj4! si'.rus t ,i 'i Jf it
lf-SH!lV '')f S'W.M Oil!'. t' '
;irt iV-:it ;'t r ;i - ;
iiu 4 u hat i.;ne vi,u .
, 1 .mo
. j evil
oiuf-ii 1m or a f;o x
ti Ij- killed ;r , , lo'V
- Afi'ury 4s ai.- .!.
.ofy llie rlonds ai:d i'
I' : i hi !ii.t; s -and :' 1
jr..- ;iud .tlV (!. .
diVHiotis Tri the l-
if . tSio"
oTitiiU-f) -V;iS pei'li d liy S -4. !V
! 'iii: !'i-fls fi -at pie.. . , s.
!! "ke!is pro.-;-; i d y and
Wht-ir t !e sultan i - ;:J ...t . ;
t.-dTo anytTiiu. hw yd' '
'cant. all. t):e-i:n-. ure cj:i u
hi-is o to- i he ,m '
. ;. i ihn
r I ' ;
l. 4 m va
ro Vt r w ! th t r. i t and1,!
pitioii-for him to'-ojc,
pjNflmhlv tinic i-t-Y
'1 ni-;i -v W
: in. e
d lf':y.r.id .it
.1 t'lJl'i -i i !
! ! ,'!' 'iianerj.-ij i
I n -
pObeiii"-:.! !!Kit Jil'.vuvs
Gcnnc' iv most ntkv . ': ;
plicablo til he. But iM!
the truth if would
. r i a i , 1 . "
'Uini ,KJ lliiH ' ;i;t -'J - Al
the ouirurs it was f ,uu t5L-t s.vTt
rw tiL r inni'ii t; ink r hi : . - .-i.
condition. or other w
and so the' dinner was .-,ad;K:
, poned n?li! th f.i:
v.-oriuu i iv
measure aj:H '; i.
It would take a volinno To tv!l all
the ramifications of the H.rper us
"beliefs in Turkey, ahd unino. jj-ruut
as tlley.M'duld lje under other cia
cuuistanct'S they really h "v imnlh
toM with the de.-iding jd' ;Vi; :mni
qu.vitiohs of internal ior.- min
cance, and hq who intends to make
tliat eomitry his -even tenonnary
home wpiild do well C 'iidy ui
their many jsiipt.M-stitions ii'fiV try to
conform with their imtwafd-obsei-v-ance-as-
far as Is possible, (.'onstanti
nojao Letter in Nev Yo k lresi
-It i nt goiv vrally icml'.v .up:
thart uevo are .man Jnillnr::
hire out hv the daV s.v vi----!;';-
mers to :s,-w ork inodisr
without .saying tlmt .these tj innn-. .
'. are artists, j Their rrent-t yaJfte 4
in what theyjoull oiijinhl disi-ni--'j
iuo iraiues or HiaJie:. ni stoe.: a.- j
taken yritli whatever d eoV..r.-g ?
terial may lu avill4t, f;
bftonot aitd htU nn1 e ;v f!. V"5 -; v
may serve as models or iuu d to e
ci.ll rd nv " -
The man t:-hnmers c-mia?in?Va k -nvy
of sr,o a week rirt a d.iy f .
hours. Tlioyiit-u r guLu 4y n jU !
vby-mKlistes, who, in eonned.io:i v. ;
dressand eloakm tkiuir. tlo'nne -mil-linery
work, hut the largest elas,; oi
pitionago comes in m iaii?i .
shops. The ilitrndev is sc(n-ed 1 V
the women in the wovkniooi, who
- ntt only make ixu-sonrd lensax'fc-jJ in
'deprtViate every thing ho umsotl.
Ono mill-uer on Fiftlavenue n(ar
A t . 1 T -r . - '.
tno uiiicu tjea -nv' ciut) lnrefi a inr -r
trimmer every fcwofs h mivi- .
trimmed goods and p;:L . . ;
i touches, which ho does t in v eu:..v
; 6ati.sf.act ion. New York WbO
ii iodine bo taken continuously tor
a length of time, what is known as
: lodism results. Different individuals
; are affected differently by this dru
: There are tluee forms of iodic-
tcatipn-fiit, that in which the
- symptoms are thosenrf ga-strK? ijiii
tion;.seond, that-t:hantierized bv
i Den-ous troubles, ueilnilgut, nn-rrV.
in, the ears, convulsive1' movement
dLsttubed intelWt; third hat foir-
- aeterized hy rapid emanation, couv
mencmg mostly in the, faet &u,
Tere nervous ualuitudnnu .f i.;J
heart, with excessive appetite wh
CTVTT f 1 TY 44i? -rwvw Aa?
s and somotiiuW
icllows the loss of flesh. These svmp
toms are said to be most' Tuusily in
duced iu goitrous iersons.Brookl vn
Eale. ' - i
Thirty towrnills bmplDg 21,930
with ash and iroklj!
$1351-3 aFall Kivcr
$i the Kerr
- Works, CoflaJcut
net MHH very tafporm in town
vote of tfij fourths dfttbe spindles
,h;W.tnwit4ijaJs' shall lie
Mcfaicl qik! an. ttfuxwt.unh. offecr.
toe rVtcra -J :'VMfn' to l
Ifri 4? Was recently dis-
covurwa arc r
covunA milyl oJ thieves.
Tlxey vr-; 'hing houses
towns aove ttjej pcrifral portion
ujj 5ew jersey,- ; ney if nave . -
quickly Jn a farmtioiisciip Glenmoore
tor tl:C last two inontlls. and it is
only recently thdti theharacter of
tJic la rnrily was! suspected. Their
hons; rr lounrl'to be filll of plunder,
and a box coutniriinj: S07C in new
o!d e,irle.s was tfiKen.,;
: 1 i ; I
WhifiieiHtai an evening at Belle
Vue lnstSvcek, 1 vynk w atching ancle-pUant-r-tfhki
had been gi viu rides
dfitjiin at ti.e Wike, wljeu two lads
i)out 12 years !an?c'came along.
One of them kScd yigly at the
trenendoius. nninfial lot? a minute, and
then taking the other bj the sleeve,
pom led ' to thtf elephant, saving,
-l..,, . L. ; . s i i fi i a,
' i ,T
Loftls doctor i running in
competition with j the Keely cure,
lif Jms di-seovertd a. decoction which
Oin b injected m to at drunken sot
anfl sober htm irt two. hours. Keely
joiomiscscflre in two Vnonths, . this
man in two houfs. -.;
-.w . - .
To icac'i t in- North, J?olc an archU
teet, M. llanin, has proposed to the
Geogrr.phicai Slwriety ; of . Paris the
construction of wooden huts one or
two ffays' journey aoart. He con
siders Greenh'Hi tlic most favorable
Kjc.rflitf- for an i experiment of this
Rinl Knch off the hpts would be
come in turn n I base of supplies fjr
the construction of the next. As the
distance to be covered; is about 90
miles, fKSHrore ot huts would be neces
sary to establish a rotite to the pole.
Lt'R.vii,LK, Fui., August 14. The
two negrors yho qutraged Miss
Potts, tn La FrtyetteJ county, a few
yesterday. They coufescd their guilt
and were carriect to the scene of their
crime and 1 vnchetk Mis Potts the vic5
tim of the negroes, is! only 12 years
oUL he vislissuled on Aughst
litbj and. left.! uneorfscious Jn the
r s j -
Iog j; ag. Jti Itjis learned that
'th I'fjvas pxoMjKlted i. at-
k'aiSfejasfjpe yvQinday, uiVior
-s;itrr tnc nie XMifiiLion great ly
tilaKmitltlic njJrriberi of his house-
ilfttvoAtcxtf howejser, and is re-
portcd . Uxiay kj bfe in excellent
Dewvti; mfa Afg. 21. Chiel
Sanchez, thcj troublesome head of the
VhitMotfain tiifce of Apaches,
1 was killed fn a drunken quarrel at
Cedar Creek, Ariz., qn Saturday, ac
eor4lnig to dispatch to General Mc
CKk: The dead Indian was promi-
nent in the troubles qf 18S1 that led
to the -battle at Cedr Creek, Ari2.,
in which Captain Eflmund C. Hen
tig, of the Sixth Chivalry, and six
troopers were killed.
Flemingtoo;K.j f.jAitg. 21. Mrs. -I
Jerry Aorgan.atWl heir sister came to
FlenrliKrt-oa this evenine iri auest of
1 their ditnghters Addie and Annie.
Lc4.irs exhibited in Washington
on 5Sbii3ay night atjd tile two girls,
agett 18 aftl 17, became acquainted
ami infatiKited with, two showmen
vlo wore pink tlghts
LviisYlUfcE,; Ky.frTbe whiskey
mcrt thm iftternal revenue district
have not rushi themselves to take
their goods ont of bond, until recent
ly. The total payments for one day
on whiskey j lone amounted to:
-it0,000,' one firrrij giving a single!
cejtified lecl for !t9,000.
; - j
ini5f,Gtrmauyr-A curious pre-;
diction on Ainerico affairs is made?
in a fciAan3f eitung editorial. Thc
writer's conclusion! is that Angle-4
Saxon ond Gwrtnan races are losing
tlrcir oVtrminirig mflucnces on thef
Union's affairs; Th influx of Catho-
Lu Irish and Italians, as well as
other Latin elements, he thinks, vil
U ii" very distant im'te: lead tb thel
crisis ieantlSnow by some mcricai
politicians- in which the Union;
would h. divided iitto three Repubf
lies, one on ihe Pacific, another on
the Atlantic, j and the third on th
Oulf of Mexioof.
A speciitt t4 the News and Obserf
verays: ig5ty-fie of the one huii
tired and twelve pages of to day 'I
Congressional: Record was given
to the fonrth part Of Senator Ouay's
contribution to the tariff debate. lit
Fs n speecb al all, but extracts from
i H5 a"a ther "fy reports. Sena-
i'for iiy'-s pejechs have cost tlitr
country a great dehl of monev I ti
wager that neither1 he nor aav out
else ever did or ever willread it all.
H ashiuslon Letter.
Vashington, D. C, Aug. 03, 189-t.
president Cleveland has been a
veiry busy man since his return to
Washington, rs this is the first op-'
pdrtunity he has had to confer with
mfmbers ot the cabinet and promin
ent democrats in Congress since the
tarifl bill was sent to him, he haying
beien compelled by sickness to leave
the Wite House 6oon after that mea-
ujrc was sent there. At the cabinet
IIICI.II1-lieu t.iv Vti .ii Ulll
was thoroughly discussed in all its
bearings, and it is understood that
thje cabinet was practically unani
mously in favor of allowing the bill
toj become a law, and several of the
memders advised the President to
sin it at. once. Members of the
cabinet will not, of course, talk for
publication, but from other sources
I jcarn that the President made no
definite announcement, and that it
wfns inferred from his talk that he
hid not mapped out his action to
hs own satisfaction.
Chairman Wilson hab an extended
conference with the President after
tie cabinet meeting, and his reticence
when asked to express an opinion
ubon the probable fate of the tariff
bfll was made the hasis for rumors
of a veto. r Chairmanr Wilson had
several daysjireviously expressed the
opinion that the bill would he allow
ed to become a law without the Pre-
icnt's signature, and that is still
he nrevatiing opinion in w asning-
tpir but your correspondent has an
ilea, based more upon a long study
cif the character of President Cleve
land than upon any definite informa
tion, that the bill will either be veto
ed or signed and that a special mes
sbge that will be aead with delight
llv all real tariff reform democrats.
Representative Bryan, of Nebraska
fho has more than a fighting chance
cjfbeing Senator Bryan in the near
future, rs an ardent admirer and dis
cple of Thomas hffeiron. the great
YJrginia democrat. During a recent
pilgrimage to Moaticello Mr. Bryan
conceived the idea of presenting the
riuta of allotted to him as a member
jf the House, from the U. S. Botani-
cjrtl Gardens, to be used in decorating
lefferson's grave. Among the plants
tjjo be sent to Monticello is a sprig of
ik-y from a plant grown from a sprig
Jut from the grave of Robert Burns,
tjhe great Scotch poet. By the way.
pilgrimages to the grave of Jefferson
ijre becoming quite popular with de
mocrats. Vice President Stevenson
dmd. Senator Hill were among the
tveek's, pilgrims. The hospitality of
jlou. Jefferson M. Levy, the present
proprietor of Monticello, makes the
pilgrimage as pleasant as the sur
roundings make it patriotic,
Considerable surprise was felt by.
Col. Stump, Superintendent of Im
tnigration, when he found that sever
al democratic members of the House
bbjected to Ms bill for the preven
tion of the coming of alien anarchists
(Into the United States and for the
deportation of those already here.
The bill was passed by the Senate
without objection and the attempts
kvas made to rush it through the
(House bo unanimous consent, in or
jder that it might become a law in
time to prevent the landing of the
LD00 French and Italian anarchists
kvho have been driven -out of those
countries by adverse .legislation and
lare said to be now on their wav W
it he U-nited States. But action wasM
prevented upon it by the objection of
Representative u arner, of New ork
?City, and in the absence of a quorum
;his objection was effective. Mr. War
ner objects to the bill because it does
not define an "alien anarchist," and
because it gives the Superintendent
of Immigration too much authority.
Col. Stump is now trying to get
enough Representatives to return to
Washington to make a quorum, and
if he succeeds will endeavor to get
the bill put through the House under
a special rule. If he can get the
quorum the rest will be easy.
"Senatorial courtesy" was badry
strained when republican Senators
refused to answer to their names to
make a quorum to pass the bill cor
recting the error in the tariff bill,
for which a republican Senator Hoar,
of Massachusetts, is responsible,
mahing alcohol used in the arts free,
unless the democratic Senator would
promise not to make any speeches
while the bill was under considera
tion. It was certainly taking an un
fair advantage of the fact that the
democratic Senators could not pos
sibly have a quorum Of their own on
the floor. It also looked as though
the republican Senators feared the
effect upon the country of the speech
es that might be made 03 democratic
Senators could not have been kept
in Washington until the end of the
session. It was certainly their duty
remain, but duty doesn't outweigh
pleasure or convenience with some of
- Klamath Fall, Oregon, Aug. 22.
W. S. Thompson was taken from the
jail this morning and lynched by a
mob Thompson was put in jail on a
minor charge, but had a bad reputa
tion. InidiH Menu ot Spreading Dieapi.
There arc two special ways of
spreading infections diseases which
can only be counteracted by the care
ful attention of housekeepers. Thou
sands of families in the city send
their soiled clothes to the laundries
to be washed and ironed. Little oj
no precaution is observed eitheroy
the managers of the laundries or by
their patrons to prevent the spread
of disease by this means. The dang
er from this source will be apparent
to anyone who shall take time to
think about it. The danger is, per
haps, greater when the clothes are
sent to private establishments rattur
than to the large steam htundries, as
in the latter establishments the pro
cesses employed are more promotive
of disinfection. There is no doubt
whatever that the loose system ot
Maundering is often the undetecteJfpiife. Everybody prake him
cause of the spread of drs'ease other
wise unaccounted for.
Another active agnt in disaeminat-
ing disease is the common house; fly.
Flies haye in many houses undisturb
ed access to the sick room and to the
the sugar bow and the food prepared
for family use. The flies; alight upon
all manner f filth, and in turn carry
the infinitesimal germs of disease
wherever they go. To! take mea
sures to be rid of the fljr nuisance,
and particularly to keep j flies from
contact witVtbe food we eat, is not
only ft matter of cleanliness and cxiro-
ThT ftchson of oontamhoated
water, supply, and of the prvalic
of resultant filth diseases. Too great
precaution, therefore, cannot be ob
served in blocking the path of con
tagion in whatever insidious form it
may make its approach J
French Iilu4raUv Art.
Th proportion fjf artiits in EVanoe
dT wide fanie whose work is fre
quently sttn in print is! imdoubttxlly
greater lli-uni in any other ismutry.
and o:! many good frea sous for
this is eevtaiuly' the e.veit?ptioi:al skill
and expedience of the French in
their use ot re rovlueiiyi pnu-oss
and espiHMaxiy t'. ose wij;Hi not only
tiatw late tire foiro of the o. iginal,
but the iioi as well. ' ' These color
reprodueti -ns, pi iuo d, ?from metal
relief p!. j j anil not! Uii -v vcraphie
stones l hetinxl astiithy ivb ted
to by iu.- ittst of the world -are
The si ivt of KPettrjpji with but
few in.'pr-' .-'.otw the iniii'V. ious com
lanib.' :-ns of color, the r'" ets f
wi-L' A. fogies and lines. eo::ihinetl.
witVa ve '. . na-1 e;;:v4etei- quite in
des 'V. .d).e, is on" of vjJch only the
Frc-i.t pi.uter ar'ist.j is oomph to
master .J t i-ro;s the leader the
Gi':!. s pr.nti r 1 developed lithography-witk
so . : .ingj of tho same
enthit- i.:sii vhicb t!:ei Fivuiohnran
has d.v'oLeti to the whit' pi..i-'s. ea; h
practically making lev eiicur.-jio:;s
i; ' t others methods of aocorn
ph . I u;v
! ,rver. t
i r. n: ;
mail, iii on. r
t hy t' .e UlltS
irae... . s. kite
it -g ; - given
.J, d. v aiv-h is
I. ' tin ii ench
.d;. if rans-
i: .it; tii.ntid
i s w a . i;S the
.;. . i.e.
SO!.. . 1..
printer i:re -'L-tratoi
a- , ,
who - If
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U:.; I o
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tei . ..1.1. I i
P t I ; ':. 'ays known
fj" V. . : ot . .... ioV.'O. ' a. id
a 1 i ot I.!) : . i; ;'.. lily. V.T.8
I- ' t 1 ' ly . ; i.. d.iiither. a
V( : . . 1 :: ' r-':--n In
he s '! "I : .ouiall
pr. . 1. d . . !'.. always
ch . 1 1 i " -M-e. dis
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re'f . . . .- " ti I '-t
L'i.':. W :- ;j- f t 'r '.:li,
;;u -i. - il .v v' i . h aj
Pa: ,d .
4 :i - . .:. . ; rr-. . her
like t '1. ' . ' - - ..-.iii ..s vus
wit' . ' i i,L i i'gl.t.
J-V .1 ; . . :. 1 ..t-J,r.. i e
' oli. .f J. . 1 ve.ej
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, .!s eoinili' lid thels-eies
to ; i. nv 1 V. ; -1 :!: : dem fv
"1 .' : j . . vers"
w. ' . v.-i : .e. d r! r i .1 y. .-y
C3 ... r v. I: .1 1 - io
: : '. ? : . ;on( s-vy n;c i ' .0
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do:: :; .ii -j. .:..'.: ;'
C-ode iiai. t.:-' ,1 .-i-'- : u, py.i
it i . -. .. U:; hyii.ii I
" . f .' .I VV ;.!' a f;l.Mld
fa'" ' i .. i .. t a
very 1... 1 . : hu! ." ; . !
W'"" f OUl -1 . ii t ". "...lilt IS
i - r !" - Yo'i: o's ('eiup.unon.
I MtU- :irl.
. d a I
1 1 'f ai iii a
the t,U- sJ
x v.11 roes
..." ;'ei ::t!ted fi-om
s life, was SHJprised anHl
Ihe cjv'stion and stawi-
ftnii'' .ytil ; .
tho U-Uih, "1 don't
r- " on't know," reeated tlie
' ifnfant; "why don't you
idv.-.g that the child persi -1 in
;r - i '1,-ations, ih'tipile the mild
r I ; ! Me 1 aients. he eoin-iuded
ake it dean hre; r oftl.e matter
an-i have it over at once. So he said
with eaiyni.M'ss "Well, wo dou't . live
together; We think as we can't
ag'rH we'd letter not.'' He stifled a
p un as the child Itegan again and
darted a:; oxasporateifl look at her
jwtvuis But the little ti.nuent would
not le qua ted until she oxclaiuied:
"Ciin't agree! Then jvhy don't you
Cght tt !:;. as pa and nia dor" Lon
don Til -Lilts. .
tru Trritorlril .Inrimllcllon.
lu : -:ids Hi:e t-hii::i. Mapan or Siam
Hie 1 'i:ted States nitiiak'r or consul
gem ai, its well as liie rrpi esentatives
of it, : oth r great powers, exercises
whrt is ieaoeil in the treaties "extra
territorial jurisli;tion:" For instance
all vi-!:iiiion 1 Uiw by residents who
claim the protection of theAmericiul
flag, whether it be between them
sel ves or with a native, must be ad
justed by the consul. At such ports
as Eleliejii, Hankeoo, Yokohama or
Bangki -k, the United States minister
or eousiil sits almost daily as a court.
His, power is supreme, even to the
point of ordering capital punishment,
ami Ue findings ot the consular court
are fret!j of anj revision or interfer
ence wliatsoe. ver of the native author
ities. Exchange. I j
tlgg-pGootinian is dead. He has
led a most beautiful and a eorrect
Fogg"- But, confound him, he?
trumped my ace once when we wero
. J playing partners at whist ! Boston
Saved Her Life.
Mrs. C. J. Vv'ooi -oRirxrK, of Worthatn,
Texas, saved tli-e- life of Iwr child by the
ase of Ayer's Cberry Pectoral.
"One of my children haft Croup. The
case was atteixletl by our physician. jind was
sopposed to he well muter coiJrtl. Oae
night I was startled by the child's -hard
breathing, and on going to it found it straa
p'Jnjr. It liad nearly ceased to breathe.
Realizing that the child's alarm in? condition
bad become possible fh spUe tf the meilipihs
given, I reasoned that Mich reinedie would
be of no avail. Having part of 9. bottl of
Ayvr'i Cherry Perioral in the iKkise, I pive
t!ie child three ies. at shortlnfervali. and
a'txtously waited results. , From tlie moment
the Pectoral was gi-en.rlie child's breathing
prew easit r, and, tn a short time, she was
sleeping Quietly. and breathing naturally.
The chi! in alive and welt tonlay. and I do
not hesitate 10 say that Ayer'a Cieri' Pe
totai saved her Jrfe."
Prepared by Dr. J . C. Ay tr & Co., LoweW, Mau.
P rc .Ti t t o ac t , s u ro to c u re
Bill Nye gets all his humor from
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Lessens Pain, Insures Safety to
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My wife, after having used Mothers'
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I with little pain, vas stronger rx ONE
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Bean Station, Tenn.
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