"f$ ffT ,$$f
-JS1 mihgA m ,3,
, -A( At )i:paimtu; ok
,v i:i:.:i'Ai -Witt bound train
iiii'i;! it I ''! leaves
.f102? th:usid.y, oyembebis, i894
!.iiii 1 tri'.n arii
iki fit 4:Xi
r aii.oau Train arrives at
leaves :it -1: I ' p.
work to tho Itn'ocu.
is away this week on
it y Bar for Turn anl
.( f J. 15. Swi'.ileil iji this
-H-iianie foster has returned from
iz in more.
m-ht and report a ni, c time. Tlie general inquiry as to the ad-
: vantages offered by our State as a
where ha went toll.,. , place lor permanent residence
operation performed on his eyes. j niakes it necessary to advert (o the
-John Wilson, of Mill Springs, folk ' fu,lr'wing facts relative to North
county, a former merchant of ll'arion. i C'arolina afi viewed iju.tfiis -light.
spent several days here this week. Wo know that we oiler advantages
Drs. Lewis and Murphy of the j ,,ot passed hy any other State
..iNcm nospitai, at Morfanton, were f (no union. In the first place,
2.1 C 36-
us are liko paid "P 'ub-f.-v.
,i,,.cor rattle parsed Utroujrh
,!3 Ki.j?Iis, of Spriu-e fine,
,.1Bi..n this week.
...V i-w in"' perfumery
,, M"r;.l.. w A Whites.
r,,i tu tli" ity i-ai' for hot drink.
null kin'l. a! any hour,
s,.jnl in y-'i"1 j"'1 work. All work
,j ;,.! iy ;i'"l promptly.
II, ,i .h-inUs -: b had at City Bar
5, .ri . a pliin ones.
i-p.f .Li!!)" Cnllicutt has been on
s I," :i:p i ' York.
-'ji- :.nl ."!r i" J. Justice are isit
., ,!i ;:i.t h- i i i s! "J this rcU.
.. Mr. l iii-'li, "f JJillmore, is
M .y,hz m t-i" I'eilini.T Houe
vi;,ai-,!xT ai. l Sunday were I he
,.;,;, .i u !.;v.e had t his w inter
-t ri .-. i'i t-:ee isis are beinr enr
;,.,!.: in id-- oapt il fliun 111 his reek.
tall psaksH'the l'.laik Moun
nin v,er- .-..ven-d with snow yesterday.
-Vtfctibii!--,! trains will be put on
l, N.mlK-ni Kailroad soi.-.etime soon.
TVp call aitc nlion to Hie taxn ice
fHi-rill ;nlin. Me niati? buisuess
.- A to ! in the i roduee line will
i,i. (;hliy !- v.l on your subsrrip-
-;i,;v is i list lesd of you 1 yon
jTuiuif'l t-i hritir tia on your aubscrip-
v win ii ? at Dr. 15 A. Cheek's Tuesday
Messr. Jno. ilorphew, il. A. Xcw
l.m!,T.K. Iludffins and G. (;. Eaves,
are attending Federal coi.rt in Abbe
ville. H. W Williams will open a first
clues p1io Biiop undpr Dr. R.J.
lUtrgin's dental office the first of
Deem by r.
Hr.. Andi-ew I.eonard. orBurke
counly, presented the llcv.wA vith a
sweet potato that weighed 10 pounds
Who ran beat that?
--Mrs. J.tary r.rijfht, a well-known
and highly esteemed lady, of Suar
Hill township, died last Monday morn
ing. She was 71 years of age.
Messrs. Chus King and Nick
Davis k-ft Wednesday f;r BlulF
City, Tenn., with Leo Richards,
wheits tliey take him for trial.
Messrs J. i;. (irnnt and J. '. Blan
ton, returned Ttiesday from a two days
hunt on the Catawba river. Their game
1 1 m tn -Jnrphe
r A- White for f-ney
it li, cloth and h.iir
nit- cunuiift is as a wool?, unsur- I
passed, having immunity from ex- j
tremes of heat and cold. The water
in superior to that of any other
section and easy of access Without
these qualifications no country is,
in my judgment, fit for a perma
nent home. An to foils and pro
ductions, we have a variety of soils,
ranging from thoso suitable for
rice culture to thoe adapted to
wheat an J rye, including land? suit
able for producing fine grades of
cotton and tobacco ; also suitable to
the production of the clover and
the grasses, making possible and
profitable the raising of line stock
of all grades, including claiming.
In .roof of this wa havo several
well-conducted and successful
daily farms. As to productions,
that is, undr tho lxmigii ini'ur:;ce
in the sh:pe of birds and rabits showed jf our genial climate, practically
unlimited. Tht fancy of the fanner,
trucker or gardncr may be follow
ed without restriction.
The condition of the farmer in
this Stato is evidence that the
above is true, as well the fact ihat
farming, trucking, small fruitgtow
ing is every day assuming larger
proportions, showing that our peo
ple have pluck and confidence in
soil and climate.
From personal observation we
are fully assured of the fact that,
as a class, the farmers of North
Carolina are in better condition as
V) produce in itore, preparation for
future crops and as to cash in hand
than those of any other State, with
the exception possibly of Pennsyl
vania. N. C. Bulletin.
From Old Fort.
Mr. Editor: Allow me ppace in
your excellent paper to thank the
good people of my Old Fort church
and many of the other citizens for
a "pounding," on the evening of
the lath. It was my birthday and
was highly appreciated. May God
bless all these good people.
ihm't think we will take a i
,d e;i your .-.ubsn iption, y ft
l.- i - !
i -y .;.
--U I I'u'luir. and his mother
-,i:tis:j- rfktivea in WsuUt'&a
!.. iu in a lit vv and splendid
j-'i i: mi-1 .t:i .!, ll your jol) jtrinl
- i'!, i iiniliA hib i.iet at Col. 1. J.
.'.r..-:Ys last Fi ulr.y iii;;ht and ws,
w-ii rtiiidf d.
-h'-r. Mar.lt v MeDowcll and C
V iicKfon, of liorsnton, were in
-Tiie l-'e-l.-ral rourt at A-sheville sa'it
11 p.'ijotitti-s t) tins roiinty to serve out
1'icir s !!'.:ic;.
rj S; n lost a valuable
list week while out on a
-a. i; cm
liurifl oil ly
Inji t. tio mi".
Town Marshal Jhu Sholwell,
lmkillvd John L..is. in Ruther-
i f rlt-in, ha U'l'u aciuitied.
lSruton's Snuff at J. 1'. Norton's.
in silver aud
what kind cf iuck they hail
Th missionary society of the Meth
odist church, w ill meet on next Tues
day night at 7 o'clock. All the mem
bers are requested to be present, as it
will be the lasl meeting before confer
ence. T.ee Uiohards, who was arre-ted in
this pince a few weeks ago, charged
with the murder of Will Richards, at
Bluff City, Tenn, was taken to that
place on Wednesday, for trial. A rec
)uisition was gianted for him
On Tuerday nijfht during our ab
sence au o'posstirn deliberately walked
into our lancuini and took charge
thereof. It is still a mystery how Iw
came here, tin loss some delinquent sub
scriber directed his footsteps here.
In Biblical times the followers of
I'aal, tested Elijah on Mt. Cum el. Ou
la Thursday night the Tieps. and Pops,
te-ited the explosive power of powder
n the hill north of town in eelebra.
tin.;; tne defeat oi the ivniocrat ic party
in "North Carolina.
i:ev. G. W. T'he'.rs is ej ected to
nreachat the Kiiiscopal church in Old
! rt,oii Sunday Nov lsth, ind on Sat
urday Nor. 21th ceiirr- - he annual visit
of :.f. 1'ev Jos. Hlouiit (aieshire, D. I).,
Kishop of the Diocease of North Caro
line. .M-rvicy.s on this day i themorii
i!ig at 1 1 o'clock.
--In a drunken nv which occurred
near the Catawba river, about 3 miles
north ii town, last Satcrd .; ti:;bt,
John Low ry was slabbed wnh a kniie
and seriously wounded. The Knifn en
tering his left lung below his hea-t.
Dra. White and Cheek were called tnd
an investigation of the wound showed
that it was a dangerous one, but not
necessarily fatal, aiid with careful
treatment and good attention would
soon hua'. Sunuel Brown wa.-ar
rested on Sunday charged with commit
ting the offense, and on Tuesday had a
preliminery hearing before J. G. Nich
ol.-, Esq , and bound ore- to the next
term of the court.
Tliv Caianba Hole!.
Rev. Andrew P. Tvre, of States
ville, ami Col. Hicks, of Raleigh,
are in Marion today. We cannot
sav exactly what their visit means,
but rom all indications it means
that tl.cy fire here to close a deal
for the magnificent Catawba no-
tel property. If we are correct,
the building will be completed at
once, and will be used in some way
that will be a blessing to our com
munity, morally and financially
Mr. W. McD. Rurgin, the present
owner of the property, has of.ered
it at a price that cannot be ob
Mr. C. C. Goforth was on a visit to
his son, SJr. J. JI. Goforth this week.
Mrs. Katherine Rogue was visiting
relatives here Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Sam'l BiggerstafT and daughter,
Mis Delia, were in the village Sunday.
Sheriff 1. T.. Daves has moved to bin
hwn:e on f cuth Muddy Creek.
Mr. J. W.Taylor has moved to Dy
sirtsTille. Farmers are busy gathering corn etc.
l'oliticai affairs were almost even
Wish all the counties could have been
like old McDowell, solid for Democracy.
Although the liepubliean were vic
torious, still we say "hurrah for the ld
Success to the Hscord.
zz 3 m s u a
! i r. 2
We are informed that Mr. II. S.
McCall, who was a candidate ior
StOHHtl IliSl J lVS.
Eveiyihing i pleasant anj delig' t
t'iil, round about the charniii-g place,
Bound II ill.
Sunday school, nest Sum'.ay at '
o'clock p.m. The following Sundays
at the usual hour si o'clock, a. m.
Rev. Katchford will prtach at the
camp ground next Sunday at 11 o'clock
a. in., and at Round 'Jill 3 o'clock p. m.,
tlu same day.
Miss Delia Elliott gave a candy pull
ing last Thursday night. Qui'e a crowd
was present, and all report a pleasant
The Hound Hill debating society,
meets every Saturday night at 7 ;i0
o'clock. The question Saturday night
is "which is, or has been abused the
worst the negro or ludlan."
The public school opened the first
Monday in this month with Mr, D. M
AbernaUiy, of Rutherford College, as
Principal Mr. Abernathy is an intelli
gent, pious, worthy you g niiii. tie is
also a great favorite with the girls.
Success to you Monroe.
Now we have a nice comfortable
school house; lets have a school second
to mine in the country.
Committee and i arents "by not have
a school ali v. b.Ur sr. our children can
O tn O
$ 2 H 5"
1 Q 8
c A , T3
A ?r-F n a
-z - rn rZ O
a, z.. a.
J. G. NICHOLS, R. L. NICHOLS
IsTO"W FOB THE RAJE-
This is h day ue hot c -uipetitioii, and wo r.iw ann;un;e thi no firm
shall leat us in fsrnis'.ing good; at
We have just received a larg stock of I -thing, II it3, D.mv Go il
Sh.es, Ac, t suit every one,n:.d ell them with the
T .A. "K 1 J1 0FF,
A hiiffe ami general Iin: tf Alcrcliandise, Giocerius etc
CALL and si: i: us,
cr. Q- nsrxaHiDJi.3 &c brd
Ait E;i rot in These Hard
Sh --o3 ! hiioes 1 1 Shoes ! ! 1 at Mc- i
Call i Conley.
New lot charma fur love chains,
McCall & Conley want your peas,
rye, chickens and oggR; cither cash
or trade paid.
For fine soaps, stationery etc.,f o
to Morphow & White
Smoke Cannon Rail Tobacco,
pipe free with each 5ct package at
McCall & Con ley's.
Love chains, new, neat and nobhy
Goto Junes' hardware store for
the btet bargains in buggies ever
offered in Marion.
Here is the place to buy' your
parts. We have them at greatly
reduced prices. McCall & Conley.
solicitor in the Asheviile district, ! learn something? Tn.-ir miads when
xoxe cefealed. ' so noting can b bent like the sh ub of
. . l!j;fo est, and a tliey approach tne
Latest designs m scarf and stick jaj;c o;- n.rJootl aa womanhood, the
Silver Belt pins,
Silver corsage pins.
Nobtjv line of cull" luiltons, i
Evaporated apricots for riiaking
pn.-s, at J. l . morion s.
A now stock of fresh candies,
coco:.nul8, figs, dates, raisins, ice,
just received, at J. 1'. Norton n.
New line of mantel clocks, big
value, sure to suit, at Swindeh's.
Ruv vour coffee from J. P. Nor
ton, ami g.'t u valuable prize with
ich 2o cents package, llio prizes
consist of bowls, pitchers, cups and
Causes oi tUe Avalanche.
From the Philadelphia Record
b ) i Washington,
' lundering in
p ( New York City.
Elgin, Waltham end
Standard Watches at
early ijnpres -ions oi cluiuhci will
stand like a gui'ie boarJ to point tliem
to right or wrong. Then let us all be-
g.n wit h the determination that" we wi I I
ever endeavor to exel others. Parents
and children look to the future always,
andhUive to be something noble and
gr&nd, aud even better than you are.
Now let us improve every moment of
time allotted to us, and in the years to
came, there will be neither a U-siro to
live over again the neglected years,
nor a regret for the lost opportunities
of yo';th. Pet.
''MmiT of tuecilizers of IlHiii!ril!, Indi
ans xr iivr without bottle of (Ja-iubcr
Iain's C uj;li U-.-nip'tr to t'ie Isctise,-' a-iya
Jacob Ur.-nTn. t' e len.jin ' mcicnant of tlis
itlac-p. This Rfinedr lias proreu of to much
Talus fui colds unl croup in children that
few mothers who know i( orlli Hie wil
iitig l u without ii. For Sale by iior
phen & Stlertiuaii, lrti;git3.
The Boys Who Went
The Asheville Citizen, of Tuesday,
says: "lesteruay auernouii m me
irnited States court James Mckinney
1 will be at the following places at
the dates lielo-v named. All persons
owing me taxes are urgently requested
l irit't-r me on tbe,f il.ivs. I will be
was sentenced to two months' "prw-, fHn.cd to collect taxes by law if not
onment,anu mieu otherwise settled. Come out and paj
Rrquoise md silver.
The .nantle of Charily.
It is the ona garment the fashion
of which never changes. The years
may go and come, and yet she who
cloaks herself in this mintle- is at
once happy herself and the g ver
of happiness. In cut it never
changes. It is always large and
full, so that it can envelop those
who are unhappy and givo them
warmth and comfort. Like the
cloak worn by the prince in the
violating the revenue laws
Bill Ervin, Elijah Sneed,Andy Chan j
dler, Shepman laylor. George Teague,
Thos Cairns, Judge Mathis, Bill Hens
ley, F. II. Tally nod Bob Tate were
each sent up for one month and lined
100 and costs.
This morning, for the first time in the
history of this court, a Vice-President
of the United States occupied a bench
wi h the presiding judge. Vice-President
Stevenson came down from the
Battery Park and for a while bad a seat
with Judge Iick, watching the pro
ceedings with interest
Hence Miller was sent up for two
months and fined $100 and costs Sam
Ingram, Clayton Perry, Grant Postell,
Abo Williams and Modi Cag were sen
tenced to one month and $ 100 and costs
up and saye cost.
Finleys, Nov. 28th.
Higgins Mill, " 29th.
Old Fort, Dec. 1st.
;. H. G rdix, Sheriff.
A select line of ladies and ger.ta
watch chains, fresh from tb fac
lory, at Swindell's.
Blanton's large and elegant stock
of dry goods, notions, boots, shoes
and hats is attracting tha attention
of all Hi people. Call and see for
I understand it has been circulated
nie sti k Dins
tbo latest Metro
those whose eyes are made clear by j
faith. It is the garment that I
would my girls to wear. It is true
that much patience and much self
denial are required before this
cloak is put on, as it should be, for
all time: but once assumed the
Turf i no mo.iicine to of! en nerti.j m
viry houie an'l no admira'dy .vifitd to
th lurimpi-s fir whieh il is i n t en tle-1 as
(' hmdii lain' l;iia r'nlm. Hiirdlr a wrek
p:i.-sr3 lut s in ii. ember of tlie fimily ha.
niril of it A tooiljcii or bca-'ache inay
be cured by it. A tou'-li tf rhruniMtipiu or
nmra'gi.-t quirted. The sevrre pain ot a
burn cr fi:'l rumiitly irli.-Trd and the
icre I ealrd in nuicli Ips? tiajc than when
promptly ircMte'l Lelort i"ij.iniaiioii se'.?
candidate from the campaign. I hereby ,in. w'uicli insures cure in nttou'. one-third
denounce the same as a falsehood. I j o th-fun otherwise rrcj un-.l Tuts and
, , . . bruises t'louia receive imuif-aiate irii-
never made any such statement to any I rasn. bcforu t!,e ,lli:U becollle woIlenf
Oi e M. r.JAXKS. which can ouly be done when Pin Ualin is
kept at linnd. A gore throat tnajr Ue cured
before it becomes eritu. A foublrgome
corn u:ay l.e lemsred by app ying U twicn
No use of stumbling along in the
..ark, when vou can buy the cele
brated Ditv Lantern for 50 cents at
McCall i ConiiyV.
Srecial offer! The New York
Semi-Weekly World a: d Recoup
for .f 1.40 per year.
We are receiving cur new fall
stock of dry goods and notions
bought at lowest prices, and will
be sold on same basis. We invite
ii comparison of goods and prices
with anybody .aCome and see.
McCall & Conley.
Martin Rros soli womens shoes
at 75 cents that others ask $1.25
J, G, Nichols & Rro. urn certain
ly selling clothing, hats and shoes
Something new, Tapioca, just re
ceived at J. P. Norton's a fin; prepa
ration for making jelly.
Martin Rros sell the farmers
shoes for $1.00 that others sell for
The biggest, prettiest and best
line of 5 cent calicos ever in town
Finest 'stock of Razors and pock
et cutlery at Jones Hardware.
Of all the goods. Dr. Jones has
tho txnest. Go there for hardware.
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Sifters
Buckets, Raskets ami pictures
cheap at Medd s ariety Store.
'4Vhy in tho world didn't you
buj' those Bhoes from McCall &
Conlev. end 6ave money;' llwy
keep the best shoo at the lowest
price?. Aleo full sttxik dry goods
run! notions has arrived. Rrkig us
your prcdiic;': sod gt jro-xl price
McCall & Cunlec.
Old Clothes IHade .rn.
And at reasonable prices. 1 color
clothing botli gentlemen and ladies
toods, and I guar.tnteo satisfaction
and 1 also bind, repair and cirfan
the most delicate fabric. Give inu
a trial und be convinced. i
S. V. WEEKS.
Marion, N. C.
I desire, all who want shoes i m
paired neatly and substantial y
will please apply to me at the ''an."
in Marion, N. C.
W H. W akefield.
Al" last we have evidence that
McKinlcy did le-nru sometbinj, after
nil, from the terrible beating hi3 party
got tinder his leadership in c3 and
1802. la hia recent message to tho
Ohio legislature!, he warned the major
ity that it would b? held by the pople
to strict aceountabliity. Ho sai l "it
should keep the expanses safely within
tho revenues, evidently bavin:; ia
mind the awful bluuder bj fcnl hU
party made in congress ia liankrupting
the treaaurv. 'Tuere shorna bo no ia-
crease in the rate of taxation," he add
ed, as though to Ray: '"Taka warninj
by t4" and my but and avoid the fat
tba.t owertoolt nw." N. Y. Post.
A cheap and etylish 'line of shirte
s.t J:c all & Conley.
Double width cashmere dress goodv
oi id i rms j.,t juru at ai(.au u, ot.
Bring ns your rye, chickens and -grs'
Highest prices paid AltCan i. oi.le.
A few choice designs of the eeje
bratecl Uo.ss Watch Cussee at Sw in-dell's.
M iiiciiia so iiiuv.il iiiuiv. uuui
you imaHne serious and
fatal diseases result fromT
y nfllnnr oil m nntc nrrlt-rt 4
L)on t play with Mature s
greatest gift health.
If yoo are lectin c
out ol sorts, weak
and (trnrrally es
have no appetite
and cant work,
brgin at oncrtck
Itig the moKt tella
Brown's Iron Bit.
trTS. A lew foot
tlea core benefit
cornea from the
ver first dose if
worn t ttmm four
terit, n ti lie
plcasaut to lake.
Dvsoecsla. Kidney and Liver
; Neuralgia, Troubles,
Constipation, Bad Blood
Malaria. Nervoun ttllBenta
k women s cgmpuuiu.
VCt only the Km;n H has erosaed red
lltiM An tne wranoer. All othra are i.h.
stitutes. On receipt of two sc. stamps we
f will send set of Tea Beaatifal World's
VFair View and book free.
Domuu ruruirii rn pai Tiuncr un
Cloak worn ny tlie piliue ill ir , SI (, ! icre I ealrd iii murli Ips? tiajc than
f,Trv tale it is invisible to all but tl,at 1 1 saw r-or "' medicine has to be sent lor. A ,,m
taTl talrt, it 13 inM. imc lo an L ui.i(..beon rei.eive 35 to withdraw as a be promiv 5rcMte J before ifl,niaii
aokth "rKoi.i.vA, ) In tbe Superior,
Yancey Coi ntv. j Court Fall Term.
James Koland, et. ux., Surah
K'oland, C. W. Edwards, et.
ux , Lucinda'Kdwards el. nl.
CratUB Iiailey. LodusVy Kai
ley, . Cora Uailey, (Jrover
Bailey, Mittie ISa'iley, Pansy
Uailey, et- al.
The lefendar.ls abere named will Ink
notice that an action entitled as above har
hren cctniiacced io tlieSupertor Court of
Tancey county to set arid and it-clnre
void ascertain deed to a crrtain tract of
land to which lh defendants have become
heirs and which deed was improperly and
ill gallymade; and fh said defendants
will further UVe notice that they are ie-
q ti i red to appear at the next term of the
Suptrior Court of Yanrejr county, t be
he d on the 8th Monday af;rr the tt Hon
day in September IS94, at the 'unhoiie
of (nH ennnty in Burasrille, X. C, and ad-
swe r or demur to the complaint in said ac
tion, or the plaintiff will apply t the court
for the relitt demanilrd in si 1 comp'aint
This lStu day of Sep ember 1831.
W.B. BIXKS.O. SC.
lladgir.ii TTatsoo, Jasticc t Morphew
Attomey's for plaintiff
The comtriittcinen ol the rarious school
di.irirts of the county are requested i.ot to
have any of tbe public school monoy taught
out fr next year until tbe same i a par
tio'n in January next.
J. F. Morpiirw, County 5upt
Tlie Bumps on Vour Face.
Are caused lv inipuie blood, and will
neycr be weil unless yea cleanse it and J a day for a week or two. A Ume back may
build it up ia richness and tuiritv. Hotan be cured and st-rcral dar of valuable lime
Go to Med dV. Variety Store for
all sizes of Fruit Jars. They are
the bc-st and cheapest.
The ItecouD and Atlanta Weekly
Constitution one year for $1.40.
Martin Rros. have th largest
assortment of fine shoes in town
at low prices.
Pickled tripe at J.P.Norton's.
Go to A. R. Giikey & Son's for
fresh French candies.
'wni'Ml tin? Jeweler.
cf iov to be gotten from it, j c B oo.i fUhii, Uir great blood purifier and savei or a p.tl in tlie til- or chest nliev- I , ' " TT '
J . . .. ! t. m- U wh,tt v, u i-ocd. :e bottle will ed without P-iyiair .i doctor bill. Procure ioraion. iie goe
and the happy heartbeats 'Mhej' vour o'.u jlon aud purify your I a 50 cett bottle at once an 1; roti will never J ta to instruct a ch
wearers ot it, cannot pos?ui' oe ; i,;0od. Try it Pno ?l uo pf r l-ctt e. I-or regret it. rursiic by .Mo: ,!;tw v street
overestimated. . jMledyditiEgisiMs. .BaB,dru-giJU-.
Prof. G. W. Rird, the blird mu
sician, has returned from Ruther-
next to Ilf-!:riet-
lass in v-rcl and
instrumental music, both of which
he is Avell posted in
The law requires that al! residents of
our vil'a:?- fha'I ketp their premise
clean. The marshal will hereafter at
tend to those who seem to ignore the
law. B. A. CntKE, tipt. cf Health.
THE EAGlt BAR
Pure Kentncky R-e and North
Carolina Corn Whiskies, Wines
Brandies Export Reer. Champagne,
liraiuly reaches, t rench Rrandy,
and in fact, all liquors kept in a
Orders solicited from adjoining
II A 1(1 OX, X
Keeps on liand tvhiskv
jiiiudies, vinf3 etc., of the
)cst q'lality. n. n. juimsx
rons '"Old ( 'onr a hpcciivlty
Same price a.i new whisky
!IHE ANIMAL EXTRACTS
Prepared aecordlb; to ibe fornala of 1
X DU. Will. A. IIAM3IOND,
, In bis laboratory al aaliiUfrtoa, D. C
rriirniinK, from the brain, for dU- '
.ui.f th. i-mnand nertnMf fi'Mem.
nr.DlI.LDir. fn.u lb- Kplnul cord, for d
dloeases ( tlie eord. ( Lteoiaotor-Aejila,
t'lRDne, frum tke Lcart, for dlaeases ,
Of Hie ln-ort.
TeSSTlXB, from tbe lV". for illeaea
of Uje teetrs. (Atroi)by of lbs eruaas, atec-
liltr. etc. i
OTABnC from tbe ovarlrt, for diacakes
Of t he nrerte..
ef I'SK l lAXK. tbTrjd'rno, etc .
7. nn nf. ttU ft trvw tt.St.
X Tbe phrslDlozlrsJ efrbres proOreed by a
etnele do- of f'err:.riae aiti lu-oeleranon
t tbe puUe wrtii fM4lnc of fullnre. acul die
tention In tbe hrail.cxliilaratlhn f p". '
tnoreased nrlnerr errMoi., at; iretki:f)a
of Hie eximiftiva'.fnrce ! llio bla4iler and
tperiatalur new on of tlie IkimIhw. mrne
In muMnlAf MtTenvfli and erdn.!nee. m- .
aad Inrreaeed arr- anal ois-liv per.
Where loe-el 1ririri art- not ii).pi;l
with the Hammond Anintel l.lraol tber
will be mailed, tnvet her wl-t Ml trdlnt
literature on theauojscl.bn i(-ririploi price,
Tiir rairmtit r-nntfirAt. CO
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the cbut sornins aucai roa
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.It purifies, builds up and enriches
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EASES, if directions are fol
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X e. t . I kl. e - si
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sent, frcicht paiJ, by 8
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