(LV AAA r A AV
MIOIT, INT. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER
ASU DEPARTURE OF
, Railroad W-st bound train
' ...t Marion t 1.4'. P n,i 'ee
I " . East bound train arrives at 4:33
i f c A C. Kaimoad Train arrive, at
1 ,45 p" .''' 4:45 P- ro-
Mr"."DU,n"rJ'-" J....- fneuds in his raee in Burke for t lie
U Claude (irubt-r. went to Asheville IegigUture 1Ic is one of tne mosj
fterday. talented men in the State, and Burke
-Tlieworkon Mrs W. 1 Blanton's I would do herself honor by electing
i . . j:. I r; 9 II.;...
....JU i.ii tin-lot miiuiiinifc i .hiii.
, pmirrwiiiK rapid X-
V "SoHal Circle" was organized at
Mr. Carters lant Tuesday night with
abuiit seventeen members present.
Rev. T J Kogers will preach at
now Hill Saturday night and Sunday
a 11 a. ni., ami at irj 1 "u at o y. m.
Mr W. P. Wanton and Mrs. Wm. M.
Blantnn, wereealUd to Asheville to the
,ick ki-dxide of ( .!. Kianion, wuo is
rerv ill there.
Hon. Kdniond Jones and Col. W. S.
I'riKon will speaK ai niirurong,
Tuesday O.toher 30th, and at Dysarts-
rille Ociolwr 31st.
Rer. Vim II. White will preach on
the 1st Saturday night and sabbath at
11 a. in., of Nov., and at Old Kort at 3
p. m., of the same day.
The com in (in km of the Lord's Sup
per will be observed at the morning
jierviee in the Presbyterian church on
next Sabbath morning.
hamp Klliott's Midi can be at-
tritmted to the fact that it is a sweet
little tfirl, and can never in life vote
tlit iViiHwratie tieke'.
Dr. Morphew bought from the
mountain ranges this week some of the
finest cattle ever seen in this market.
He wiil make a shipment of cattle and
sheep this week to eastern markets.
Mr. Bradley Worthen and family,
of Asheville, who have be n visiting
their sister, Mrs. Alice Walton, at
Dysartsville, passed through town yes
terday en route to their home in Asheville.
Dont forget to Register.
Vpple are scarcer this fall than
nre in this column.
j A. MiIonald left for a business
rm -buckings wttl awm be in or-
...ranlllr! I big crop, too.
j K-Conb-y is the happy father of j died
fine pirl, which arrived last week.
,,. Lula Norton, of Taylorsville,
.visits ber uncle, Jir.J. i .
,-Vi-srs. M. A. XewHnd and James
FinU) went to i'j.
..Walter Main's three ring circus
'gin two performances in
The Rose Villa, conducted by Mrs.
D C. Pearson, at Morganton, is an ele
gant place to stop. The table is Bun-
ad. of Swindell' jewelry PIied with th st of everything, and
rooms eieganc and comfortable. Good
On Oct. 14th, Mr. Joseph C. Erwin.
died at his home in Rutherfordton. lie
was a popular young man,and held the
position of deputy collector when he
lie leaves a wife and two little
children, says the Herald.
'ol. John Tipton, the noted news
paper man of Shelby, will start a new
Democratic paper at Rutherfordton in
i few days known as the Advertiser.
We wish him success. This will make
four papers for Rutherfordton.
We are glad to hear that our friend
Mr. Chas. McKesson is wintiinjr many
Messrs. Ceph Blanton, J. f. Grant
and Col. Cutlar, were joined by Messrs.
Gid Morrison, Rumbough and Fitzger
ald, of Asheville, in a deer hunt in the
Black Mountain range last week. Two
fine deers were killed, and the hunters
all reported a pleasant trip.
-Prof. J. J. Johnston, alias Sid II.
Forney, was arrested last week in Ire
dell county between the cities of
Mooresville and Mt. Mourne, while
journeying southward, upon the charge
of having forged the names of the
school committeemen of Dysartsville,
to a claim for pay as teacher. Johnston
is a colered teacher and a tonsorial ar
tist of ability. He says the jail is no
place for a gentleman like him, and
that he doesn't intend to board at the
Nichols house any longer than he is
-The county candidates met at Tur
key Cove on Tuesday, and speeches
were made by the candidates represent
ing all parties; We have not space for
a report of the speeches, but our friend
claim that the Democratic party is Ii
good condition, and that our candi
dates are making friends wherever
A Fusion istical llarranffue.
Mr. Kditob: Yesterday the Rad
Pop campaign of Burke, consisting of
Cam Pearson, Newt. Halliburton, ("the
famous lcud bellowing bull of Burke,'')
Will Halliburton and Cruderick No'tt,
shot off their thunder tones at Bridge
water, to an audience consisting of
twenty-eight colored men, seven white
Republicans and a few little nigger
Cam opened with the ordinary de
nunciations of the "infernal Democra
cy," and was loudly applauded by some
little negro boys, and after abusing the
Democratic party for 30 minutes he
closed with an exhortation to the
voters not to be bought at the comiug
election. Will Halliburton then took
the stand and ably discusseJ the lead-
g issues of the Revolutionary War.
nd claimed that he and his progeni
tors had all been Whin, nml timr
fusion" meant pouring together, and
the compound formed by "Rep-pop";
lusion was W lugery. lie closed by say-
he would make no apologies for
not making a speech, and left t he stand
ith the shouts and applause from the
little negro boys ringing in his willing
Xext followed Cruderick Nott, he
opened with the declaration that the I
Democrats were in power, challenging!
any one to deny the fact. He next took
p the tariff and discussed it long and I
slender, as proof of the- slenderness of ,
is discussion, he defined manufacturer
by saying that the farmer who plough
ed the furrow was a manufacturer of
corn. He closed by cautioninsr the
oters not;to be fooled by the trickery
of the Democrats, for said he, ''they are
smart," and to prove their smartness,
he stated that they had fooled him
Newt followed as he said to "catch all
the points that had been left out," but
said he felt like "a d n fool, but said
hewould make the sweep just the same.'
So he prfH-eeded with "dangerous talk"
and horrid looks for some time and
closed with an exhortation to the color
ed people not to be bought over, but to
stand to the party thac freed them. To
eat corn bread ad sorghum and vote
for better times. Before he closed as
he said for the benefit of the McDow
ell part of the audience, he charged Mr.
Lee P. Crawford with always being a
Republican Hoping I may nevermore
itness so much Tomfoolery, I remain
ours for Democratic success,
Nebo. N. C., Oct. 24, 1.4 Kc am.
Postmaster MeCurry is attending they go. Messrs. Justice, Will Newland,
Morphew, Pool, Price, Joe Brown and
others:sooke. Rev. John Brown also
spoke, beginning his speech with the
rise of the Roman empire, and he win
probably end with the downfall of
American PoDiiIim. Let all Demo
crats work to gain the greatest victory
we have had for years.
Dr. Jones, who has the contract
for building Mrs. W. Y. R'an on's house
is pushing the work rapidly.
(he Slate Fair, and Mr J. G. Grant's
haii'lMMiic face adonrs the nion. y order
window of the postoftice.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Gilliam, who
have made Marion their home for sev
eral months, have arone to Richmond
Va . lo reside in the future.
The Kkiord dusires to return
tlianks to Mr. Joe Grant f the largest
i-lMvkled trout ever captured iu Buck
rttck. ami a few pounds of the moft
All ierson dcsirinir license to
marry are referred to Mr. D. K. Hud-
fim. He is attending to the business
of Register P.rown and Clerk Price,
tlurinp; the campaign.
McDowell ccunty's proportion of
tlieichool fund arising from the sale of
wauip lands, is $300.58. The total
mount raised for the H6 counties in the
Mate in this manner $43,266.93.
t? nil iTAiiri;
me your ear.
Not to pro
nounce a eu
logy over the
dead, as did
Antho ny, y
but to call 5
tion to the
of new de
signs in Cor
to be had for
small cash at
Messrs. Eaves. Hudgms ana otners
address the people at the hchoolhonse
at Bennett's Mill, on the political issues
of the day, Thursday night November
1st 1894. J. S. Dtsart, Chairman
Dem. Ex. ''cm
Steals a Pretty Bride,
On yesterday at 3 o'clock Mr. Charley
Walsh and Miss Minnie Pool, the pretty
daughter of Mr. John Pool, were mar
ried bv Justice J.G. Nichols, at the
residence of Mrs. Wiseman. Charley is
a son of John AValsh, Fsq , and is
vim n tr mnn well thought of. The mar
riage was a great surprise
them much happiness.
POLL-HOLDERS FOB MCDOWELL.
The ITlen Who are to Watch the
Polls in November and see
that the Ballots are Properly
Cast ami Counted. .
The following comprises a cor
net list of the ixll-holderg for each
voting precinct in McDowell county
appointed Sept. 25th by the
Board of County Commissioners.
I These men together with the regis
trars already announced are to be
the guardians of the free and un
trameled ballots of the people and
will see to it that every man high
or low, ricli or poor, colored or
white, who is entitled to vote shall
vote his sentiments without fear or
intimidation and I'ave his vote
counted us cast, Tliev coumrise
Democrats and Republicans and
their appointment refutes the
mean, miserable, imputation that
our elections laws are unfair and
unjust and that they are used for
partizan purposes which is being
proclaimed by the enemies of gov
ernment and wifw and wholesome
statistics. Read the list and sea if
these are not facts.
MARIOS, J. M. Clay, J- A. McDonald, dem
J. Z. Noblett and Wm. Sweeney, rep. i
TURKEY COVE: Sam Good, T P. Quinn, j
den. R. P. Holhfield and T. H. Gillespieiep. J
NORTH COVEj J. K. Wilson, Will K.
Brown, dem. Uobt. tfcCalland O. N.Lonon,
FIX1.EY: J. W. IJiiiler, David l).loo, dnm.
P. W. Jinimcrson and A. U. Simmons, rep.
DYSARTSVILLE' T J. S tterwhite. W. S-
Wu.ker, dem. John Hogin and R. R.
BRACKETTS: W. C. Unburn, J. L. Laugh-
ridge, Arm. Wesley Conner and J. J
M0NTF0RD: M. II. Bird, JHmes Bright,
dem. Lee Morris and A. B. Ldbetter, rep.
CROOKED CREEK: C. C. Bradley, R. XI.
Burjin, uefii. XI. C. Davii and F. A. Bur.
BROAD RIVER: J. M. Sim for J, Johnson
Ledlic'ter, dem. J. B. Gilliam and A M.
Nesliitt, r p.
OLD FORT: G. W. Bradley, T. Y. Hem-
phi:!, dem. J. II. H'.alock and J. R. Kol'y.
HIGGIN.S: J. '.V. l'ystt, Mills W throw, d. m
Wni, II White and James Hullaml, rep
h ?trU 3 d rf
V- 11 IfcMfc B" I
J.C.NICHOLS, . Ii. L." NICHOLS
3STOW FOE TH-E "EOEI.
This is a day of hot c ;mpetiti.n. and we new aniuuncw that no firm,
shall Jeat u- in f amis': ing s:xkU at
"ul Fart L.cii!r.
One of these ' a'iyll)ing-t.)-b",:t-the-
T'nero is no miirinp ?o often neeced in
i'MTV hoi!" 311 I SO iiri'nii rt'.lv tidapled to
the t 'lriv.f !-r f..r w 'li' li i: intejids'ij.
" 3 5
Items of Interest in These Hard
Shoes ! Shoes ! 1 Shoes 1 ! I at Mc-
Call & Conler.
New lot charms for love chains,
McCall & Conley wants your was,
rye, chickens and eggs; either cash
or trade paid.
For fine soaps, stationeiy etc,o
to Morphew & White
Smoke Cannon Ball Tobacco,
pipe free wit h each 5ct package at
McCall & Conley'8.
Love chains, new, neat and nobby
Go to Jones' hardware store for
the best bargains in buggies ever
offered m Marion.
Here is the place to buy your
parts. We have them at greatly
reduced prices. McCall & Conley.
Elgin, Waltham and
Standard Watches at
We have just received a large stock of CI. thing, II its, Dress Go'oda
Sh X's, &.c. t suit every one, and ell I hem with the
A latere anil general lints of Merchandise, Groceries &c
CALL AX D SEE U&
J. O- ZETICIHIOIl.S &c JBTIO
TTe are requested to annoiiiu-i - .
V Gibson as an indepemh nt eaii-
didate for the Legislature. (
THE voters of McDowell County,:
I having been urged by my friends.
some of the promiiient an roogi lul iiu nt ai j
men of ooi count;.- to utfw.V8lf belork tl I
l'ublic for the office of Uiiater of UiW-
anl as thrre is no politic."! ia.xne in emd
fire I with due respect m nil parties lurri-T j
iiinonnce mvself an independent candidi.te
for the ofi.ee ot lUjrister ci IHeda
mike my caippnigc with fie oilier chiko-
dtes and if elected 1 w ill serve yon like
mau and furoryou all I on to all who in
make iuquirits concerning my worthim ss
and cotnpetency are cheerfully referred to
Couoty Superintendent of i'ab'ic lnitni.-- j
lion ex-county Superintenleiitof l'ublic
struclion also to the Public School tmu-.
inilteemen for whi'e raee district nniiU'ei t
16 wheie I taught two sessions, t'iiiz i
come out and vote for me and have your
Deeds and Mortgages regis' ered at a lo-i '.
per cent than ever before. Voting men vol.
for menud haveyvur License ifui d i lidii
J K. CrHiu
o WIND ELL S. P
k MINXE-IIA-1IA. A
The Rutherford County Fair
which closed Saturday was a credit
to Western North Carolina. The
ixmltrv and stock exhibit was very
creditable, and the farm products
pxbibited the fact that Ktitnertoru
aiil u spo.ond to none in .North
I f !nrnlina.
The racinir was a very interest
ino- ffiiture of the fair. Editor J
TTAtkin. of Marion Record, w
on hand with his trotting stallion,
which carried off first trotting
prize, while Mr. Haney's thorough
brd fleet runner easily took all
prizes for running Forest City
Every mother should know that conp
can be prevented. The first gystom ot true
I croup is hoarseness This is followed hy a
peculiar rough cough. If Chamberlain s
Congo Remedy is gien freely as soon as
the child becomes hoarse or even alter the
i cough has developed it wifl prevent the at
tack. 25 and 50 cents bottles for sale by
Morphew & White, drnggists.
On Oct. 12th, after a short illness,
Lena Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. J. .
Dysart, d'ed. She was born May 16th,
18SC, and was one of the brightest and
I sweetest little girls in. Marion We x-
tend our cympathy to the bereaved
family in their sad bereavement.
letnoeratic. ' candidates, by the name
f Spainhour, who apires to the solict
ors place, at a night meeting in
Crooked Creek last week, made infa-
mouly false charges against our pres
ent polieitor, Will Newland. ,-It goes
without saying," that anything derog
atory to Mr. Newland i very apt to be
ticking in truth, and we are glad to be
n a position to say positively that Mr.
Spainhour's charges are false, and on
Saturday Nv. 3rd, our people will hear
them denied by the gal. aut "Will" in
person. It does seem that the opposi
tion rely almost solely on a campaign
of misrepresentations, and such eon-
duct on their part is a direct insult to
the intelligence of our people which we
trust wi'l meet with deserved rebuke
on election day.
We are glad to note that much inter
st is being taken in the matter of reg
istration. Now let us get every man out
to the polls, and "our two Crawfords"
will win. Advices from all over the
State indicate that the people are
aroused, and we can not afford to have
McDowell a laggard in this race. So
let us go to work, sink all personal ani
mosities, vote the straight ticket, leav
ing independents severely alone, and
with united effort endeavor to keep our
grand old county in the glorious ranks
We are informed that malicious poli
ticians of the fusion stripe continue to
repeat the lie that Lee Crawford has
nailed again and again in regard to
the Fcr.ce Law. When men depend on
falsehoods for success, they stnd on a
need of" u. . ' l-
be CMt il by it. A Uin-i
n enra't'ia quieted, lit
: f r!ielluiiii:i:l ci
severe pain of n
burn er. scald promptly telk-votl and the
Sure I. eulfd in much lefi time than when
medicine has to be sent for A s rain may
he promptly treated before i"fl:im rion sa s
i.i whirl) in juris a cure in nlxuti one-third
ot tbn time otherwise required. Cuts and
bruises should receive immediate treat
mn. before the inula become swollen,
which ran only be done when Pain Iialm is
kept at band. A sore throat may be. cured
before it becomes seriou?. A tionblesome
corn mar le lemoved by applying it twice
a day for a week or two. A lame back may
be cured and several d.iv of valuable lime
save 1 or a pain in the fi 1- or chest itliev-
ed without paying a doctor bill. Procure
a 50 cent bottle at once and you will never
regret it. For Sile by Morphew & St eet-
I am prepared to receive Taxes for
the year ls'J4. Remember the election
don't stop Taxes. The law requires the
above tax all to be in my hands by the
1st uay of January I8t);. lho.se in ar
rears for Taxes and they a'e not a few
in number, must settle at once or I will
he forced to make the money for you
Every person knows their taxes must
be sett led. So you will save cost by
doing so. ii. II. Gakiix, Sheriff,
Old Clothes 3Iade New.
And at reasonable prices. I color
clothing both gentlemen and ladies
goods, and I guarantee satisfaction
and I also bind, repair and clan
the most delicate fabric. Give me
a trial and be convinced.
S. V. WEEKS.
Marion, X. C
Many of the citizens of R.tinsrille, Indi
ana ar nevr without a bottle of Camber
lain'a Cough Komedy In the house," 8ys
Jacob Brown, tne leading roerciiant of the
place. This Remedy bus proven of so much
value foi colds and cronp in children that
few mothers who know its worth are wil
ling to be without it. For Sale by Mor
phew & Strtetman, druggists.
Rruton's Snuff at J. P. Norton's.
Aluminium Thimbles at Swin
A few choice designs of the cele
brated Boss Watch Casses at Swin
Go to Morphew & White for
the "Figaro" the best 5 cent cigar
Go to A. B.Gilkey& Son for the
"Rosa," the best 5 cent cigar in
A select line of ladies and gents
watch chains, fresh from the fac
tory, at Swindell's.
okth Carolina, ) In the Superior,
Yancey County. ) Court Fall Term
James Koland, et. ux., Sarah
Itolaud, C. W. Edwards, et.
ux , Lucinda Edwards et. al.
Cratus Bailey, Lodusky Bai
ley, Cora Bailey, (.rover
Bailey, Mittie Bailey, Pansy
Bailey, et. al.
The defendants ubove mimed will tak
notice that an action entitled is above bat
beeu commenced in the Superior Court of
Yancey county to set aside and declare
void a certain deed to a certain tract of
land to which that defendants have become
heirs and which deed was improperly and
illegally made; and lh said detend.tn
will further take notice that they are re
quired to appear at the next term oft!
Superior Court of Yancey county, to b
beid on the 8th Mot:day after the 1st Mon
day in September 1894, at the Ojnnhou
of said county in Burasvtlle, N. C, and ad
swer or demur to the complaint io said
lion, or th plaintiff will apply to the con
fr the relit t demand :d 'n sai 1 complaint
This Idth day of Sep eoiber t89.
W.B. BANKS, C. SC.
Iladgins k Watson, Jostice & Morphew
j Attorney's fcr plaintiff.
N i u-e f Funbling along in the
.rk, n !i"' "! C'tit 'iy tint v-
Hi-:..; Hm V L.U. ;?! ''-l 'A: s!li::t
cv'aii Cunk V.
Special offer I The New York
Semi-Weekly World and Recokd
for $1.40 per year.
We are receiving our new fall
ck of dry goods and notions.
nought at lowest prices, and will
be sold on same basis. We invite
comparison of goods and prices
i th anybody.aCome and see.
McCall it Conley.
Martin Bros sell wnniens shoes
t 75 cents that others ask $1.25
J. G. Nichols & Bro. are certam-
U" selling clothing, bats and shoes
Something new, Tapioca, just re
ceived at J. P. Norton's a fine prepa
ration for making jelly.
Martin Bros sell the farmers
shoes for $1.00 that others sell for
The biggest, prettiest and lnst
line of 5 cent calicos ever in town
Finest stK?k of Razors and pock
et cutlery at Jones Hardware
Of all the goods', Dr. Jones has
the finest. Go there for hardware.
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Sifters
Buckets, Baskets and pictures
cheap at Medd s V ariety Store
"Whv in the world didn't you
bitv those shoes from McCall &
Conley, and save money?"' The
keep the bst shoe nt the lowest
prices. Also full stock dry goods
and notions has arrived. Bring us
your produce and g"t good prices
.McCall & Conley.
Having been solicited by many f
the good people of McDowell comi
ty, hereby an mm nee myself a candi
date for representative in the m.M
general assembly of North Carolina, it.
!. r s'it MelH.weU county. I will
iiuKe sny ?an:ra'gn for a refi t in in cru
cial tJiXittio i thep'iliic sc!i .i
system. 1 am in favor of economy ii
public expenditures, and reducing li t
salary of state oflicials. I mh hIso in
favor of penMon tor otsabli u soloier.-,
and providing homes and physici:ii
for tge poor who are deserving. I tsk
the support of good people of all ar
ties, and pledge myself to be faithful to
your interests if elected J am opposed
to making the rich richer and poor
Your obedient servant,
Aug. fith KS!)i M. L. Dkai..
In - .
VvMAonc c fc Yti,refe mA1o eiei
vou imagine serious and
fatal diseases result from
r trifling ailments neglected.
f Don t play withJNature s
greatest gift health.
If yta art (cellar
out of sorts, weak
have no aopetU
and cant mokrJ
be (fin atoiicetaV,
tne tne moat relia
Brown's Iron Bit
lers. A few bot
tles care benefit
cornea from the
very lint dose it
m mmm mot
Urtk. tn4 it's
pleasant U take.
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Constipation, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous ailments
Cet ontv the genuine it has craaaed red
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub
stitutes. On receiot of two sc. atamDS we
r will send set of Tea BeasjtMal World's
i Fair Views and book free.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE. M0.
GotoMedd's Varietv Store for
all sizes of Fruit Jars. They an
the best and cheapest.
The IIkcoko and Atlanta Weekly
Constitution one year for $1.40.
Martin Bros, have the largt
assortment of fine shoes in town
at low prices.
Pickled tripe at J.P.N'ortcn's.
Go to A. P.. Gilkey & Son's for
frenh French candies.
ioticc off 1'iiblic Speaking.
The county canidates will ad
dress the citizens of McDowell
County at the following times and
places, to wit:
Turkey Cove, Tuesday Oct. 23.
North Cove, Wednesday " 21.
Nebo City, Thursday " 2.".
Higgins Mill, Saturday
Bracket Town, Tuesday
Sugar Hill, Wednesday
Crooked Creek, Thursday Nov 1. w
Broad River, Friday 2. "
Old Fort, Saturday .. u
J. S. Dtsart, Chairman,
Dem. Kx. ('m.
J. I.. Morgan. Chairman,
Rep. Kx. C-oin.
The coniniitteiuen ot tlie rarious si lioo
district? of the county are nq'iesied Lot to
l ave any of the public school mtny tauli
nut for next year until the Same is a jur
liuii iu January ur it.
J. F. Moki-ukw, County Supt
The law requires that all residents o
ourvil age shall keep their premises
clean. The marshal will hereafter at
tend to those who seem 'to ignore th
law. B. A. Chkkk, Supt. of Health
ltecord uid World $I..0
By fpecial arrangement we are en
abled to send you Thk Marian Rkcori
and tlie New "York Veekly World for
one year for in advance. Old sub
scribers who pay up of course are en
titled to this raf.
THE EAGLL BAR
Pure Kentucky Rvo and Nortl
Carolina Corn Whiskies, Vin-s
IirandiesExort 13eer. Champagne,
Hrandy Peac!;eg, French lirandy.
and in fact, all liquors kept m a
! first-class Saloon.
j Orders solicited from adjoining
Keeps on hand whisky
5nui(lics, wines etc.. of tin
best quality, n. h. jimmkk
sons 0!tl rJorn" a specialty
Smiiic price as new whisky
THE AWIMAI EYTDAOTC:
Prepared accorilinct.i th formula or
IMl. AVM. A. IIAM3IOND, i
la bis laboratory at HaaBlnckom. D. c.
CCRKARIKR. from the brain, for dia '
m eaara uf th hrain al nervoa .-.ttn.
HEDl'UiaE, Iroui th iipinsl rorl. fC
A dlMa el tbe cord. ( Locomotor-A Mfola, .
C'ARDIXE. from tb heart, for diseases ,
of Hi h-rt.
TKSJTIME, from It. t. for dlsrasrs
or testes. (Atrobjr 01 tne oraaas. siw
lltlr. u- i
O'VABlnCfrom tbsoTsrirs. for diseases
of ths ovartvt.
DH'IUIE. tbrrodin. ete, .
Mt, Fin krt. Mf (t irsduss). tt.M. r
X Tbe physiological Wn tinxlucwd by a
T Btiiala doss of Ceibi late ccmti m
X o' Iu pulse witb felxn..r (ullii... suit dls-
tonUm In th hrmt. sbnriioB ut sntrOs.
Innmwd urfnarT srrl'ffl. llrmwitlUrrtl
of the riDUhin furrw of tl.o bladier and
pertstalMe artloa uf thelntnrtifies. Inerpsss .
In miuculir itmnili anil eti'lnrunc. In- ,
X CTnr4 power of rtli.n I i Htlwty corl. ,
Wbm local druKSl.t sr no niplld
with tbe Hammond Animal t.xirart Uity
ttl Im mailed. hi-lh.r witb nil litlii
literature oo tbe so6lt,oa rwe4K f Brief,
the roirmi A IICMirAI. CO.
( Wash lac I M. O. V.
A household remedy for all Blrtod sod
Skin diseaa. Cures wltbout falLBrref
sla,llcam, KbasiaUsss,Catarrk. IsU Bkesss
and every form of blood Ui.'wswte from "the
simplest pimple to tbe foulest Ulcer. Fifty
years' use with unvarying success, dm
onstrstes Its parsssount heallrMf, portfy
ina; and building up virtues. One bottle
has more cursUre virtue than s doxea of
any otbf-r kind. It builds up the health
and strength from tbe nrst aose.
Hrrtul cure; ntfiwmtprM"
8 1 r not Kept by your iocsj onmi
ri.w ior a wnco wjfcuv. ui w-w ' -
tln. and madicloe wul be sent, freixbt
BLOOD BALM C0.,AHanta, U.