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Published la Two Beetioaa, every Tu
ikj Md Friday, at M Middle Btreel, Mw
Sara, H.U. ... :;.
CHARLES L. jtTEVENS
, aonoi tn noranror.
.. S 5 i " t - '. . i
Two Monthe. WPenta.
TbrM Months, 85 "f
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Twelve Months. H-00
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WTbe Jotrm-Ai U only sent oa parts-advance
basia. Subscribers will
nf .TKlntlnn nf thalr sub
scriptions and an Immediate response to
notice wul he appreciated oj ,ui
Entered at the Postofflce, New Bern
t. C. at aecond-clau matter.
Settle Oae, Taetdav. Sept 9, 1802
THE PRIMARY WORKS AGAINST
The Craven County Primary held on
Beptember 8rd., hat fairly demonstrated,
.that It It, at a political method, on
Which operates against party unity.
1 The old time county convention, hat
been often held np to criticism, because
It teemed to enable a few leaden to
domineer and control Ha actlant, rela
tive to the political platform to be an
nounced, and candidate! to be named.
These accusations may be true, yet no
county convention but bat bad active
representatives from every praclnct of
the county, and no such convention hat
failed to arouse a party enthusiasm pro
ductive of party unity at the polls.
The primary method of naming candi
date! it set forth for Its excellence, be
cause It is said to give Individual expres
sion to each voter, that a county con
vention does cot.
If Individual expression la what the
volert of Craven county wanted, there
was little evidence on last Wednesday,
September 3rd, when the county pri
mary was held.
The returns show something like fifty
per cent of the county vote, and most of
the votes cast had to be hunted out by
the candidates on the day of voting.
And did the primary in any degree
promote the interests of Democracy?
Wat there a thought during the entire
day or the party's interests, or a aesire
to promote the unity of ItB voters?
If either of these things were noted on
that day or since, they have not been
mentioned by any person.
The Craven county primary, and
very county primary pursues practical
ly the same course of action, simply
works for the Individual, while party or
its principles cut no (.figure.
Good men are running to secure the
nomination, 'yet there Is created criti
cisms between the candidates seeking
votes, which embitter and likely grow
factions within the party, and no quar
rel lajso ugly as that between monitors
of one political household.
The polls close, votes are counted, the
men are named as the party's nominees,
but the feeling certain to be engendered
, daring the contest receives no assuaging
as It meted oat in a convention, when
i th defeated Joint tn with the victor,
promising his support
There it no unity of the Individual
with hit party In the primary. It pro
voket Indifference towards the party, If
the defeated feelt unfairly treated at the
polls, and with the political conditions
now existing in North Carolina, each
and every primary It fraught with dan
ger to the Democratic party of this
NOT SERIOUSLT CONSID
. .. ' . ERED. '
f; Tb proceedings1 of the reoeal Ohio
Democratic Btate convention, with Tom
L. Johnson the center figure, sre not
" being very seriously considered beyond
' the Ohio Btate line.
L The convention was of course very
much Johnson, the breexy - Mayor of
Cleveland baring charge, resolutions ana
nominations being served out to the oot
ventloa a la Johnson. , ' ' ,
Tha enthusiasm at this convention
was so great, that its leader, Tom U
Johnson was at onoe proclaimed a Dem
ocratic Presidential possibility, which Is
strictly ui Ohio political view, as no
Democrat outside of that BtaW could
regard JoHbsohv as a possible candi-
. It is not that this new leader of Ohio
Democrats Is without practical ideal, for
aehat many such,whlch are also sensible
tnt these are more than offset by his
tJ.fTiEt of pxib'lo beneficence, Impossl-
lle and bejoad fcuamn reason, .
L " "7, e, T a Jd wii can and docs
'c ' ' 3 aa e'E.:'..:r ' -i, 1 secures tome
Band ssan for leadership whose
methods are Botpreponderqnaly oa the
side 'of chip trap, and daageroas la
:' For the Democratic party to regard
Tosa Lb Johnson as Its national leader
would seem t huge joke, it sack a thing
was really seriously considered, which It
It snay be the Democratic Ohio Idee,
but it will not find acceptance outside of
that Bute.' '
ENTHUSIASM IN EDUCATIONAL
There ntast be an enthusiasm on the
part of both parent and teacher, if the
ehlld la to be Impressed with the valut
of regular attendance at school, com'
btned with an application In its studies
when at school.
It is to be Impressed upon the child,
that there It something more than mere
attendance at school, which is of Im
But if the parent simply gets the child
off to school, as If upon an errand or out
of the way of the household, the average
child, unless greatly inclined towards
books, will give but little real attention
to acquiring what It otherwise might, If
sustained by the parent at home, and the
teacher In the school room.
. It tbeie lacks an enthusiasm at home,
ike child goes to school with a heslta
tloa, which Is not helped, If upon reach
Ing the school yard, It Is found full of
high grass, weeds and presenting a neg
If added to these, the school room Is
found with bare and dark wslls, hard
benches to sit upon, no desks to write
upon, and a teacher perfunctory In
method, there can be no successful edu
cation for the child.
It is not enough, that the parent be
interested. It is not sufficient that the
teacher occupies the hours set with simp
ly routine teaching.
1 1 Enthusiasm Is needed on the part of
each, which shall so touch the child as
to make its impression, and cause the
child to realise that school and Its stu
dies are of great Importance and value,
and to so appreciate this value of learn
ing, that no hour Is thrown away, which
can be given to study.
There Is no great task in arousing
this spirit and desire to learn in the
heart and mind of youth, If the parent
and teacher do their parts.
The cleanly and neatly attired child,
punctual at school, attest the parental
enthusiasm, and the attractive school
room, with the teacher taking Interest in
each pupil, prove the enthusiasm at
school, to assist the home.
Let the educational methods be what
they may but let there be unity of aim
in the enthusiast of parent and teachers,
and the result will quickly be seen and
realized In the progress of the child, In
Its efforts to learn all that may be given
for the development of Its mind and the
upbuilding of Its Intelligence, to enable
It te reach a higher plane and greater
sphere of usefulness In the world, which
without education it could not fill.
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this ' paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure in all Ita stages and that is
Catarrh, Hall's Catarrh Cure is the
only positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a consti
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is taken Internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system, thereby destroying the foun
dation of the disease, and giving the pa
tient strength by building up the consti
tution and assisting nature In doing Its
work. The proprietors have to much
faith In its curative powers, that they
offer one Hundred Dollars for any case
that It falls to cure. Bend for list of tes
F.;& CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.
Bold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall'sTsmlly Pills are the best.
Missouri ti patting' lteebf on the back
ever Its tamper peach crop end an
nounces to Michigan, "Ton have got
to snow as." Burlington Hawkeye.
Texas will' continue to spend $750,.
000 a year t educate her negroes. Tex
as' uttlMng the ecnoolhouse in the
work of solving the negro problem.
Galveston News. j !..
In Liverpool, which Is ihe dement
nd uehealtMent district in England,
Ike population! t 63,823 to the square
mUej 4- A' ' ' ' .
Foock Pita. '
' Save ft lew peaea pita and when you
desire the peach Bator, which fs really
that of the almond extract we bay,
crack tew a ad boil them. In the milk
yon wilt use. They are Ane (or navor
tng custards, etc
' The Best ftx script! on tor Kalaria. , .
Chills and Fever is ft bottle of Gaoyn'l
Tasteuts CmtA Tojtio. It is stop?
boa t'l Q';'.i.':.;e ia'a ta: -'.or "orm. Ke
i : i ti : j. i . -e i. 3.
v n mm i.i
Digests what yon eat
This preparation contains ail of the
dlgestants end digests all kinds of
food. It gives Instant relief and new
falls to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want The most sensitive
umacns can uae iu ri lis use many
thousand's of dyspepiicfl nave been
cured ftfter everything else failed. It
prevents formation or gas on tho atom
vh, relieving all distress after eating.
Dicttagunnecess&ry. Pleasant to take.
It can't helo
but do you good
I'rcparvdonlvhy F.O. IWWiTTftOa.Ohlcmdt
The 1. bu4Ut!OUBUaiitSHUmcUMi0o.ali
. H. DUFFY A CO.
Nebraska Socialists have nominated a
Btate ticket, headed by George & Blge
low, of Lincoln, for Governor.
The fire In the I'ocahontas mine, at
Bramwell, W. Va. supposed to be under
control, is again raging fiercely.
Judge Durand, Democratic nominee
for Governor In Michigan, Is dangerous
ly sick with paralysis st his home In
Confessing assault upon a white wo
man. "Hoe" Wilson, colored, was hang
ed by a mob at Stephens, Ark., yester
' 11 11 f
Because of alleged liabilities to stock
holders of $700,000, with assets of $160,
000, the Equitable Loan and Security In
vestment Company, Atlanta, Ga , was
enjoined yesterday from collecting fur
Wail street's big day for the year was
Wednesday when 1,400,000 shares chang
ed bands within five hours.
An attempt has been made to unite
the Cumberland Presbyterian and the re
gular Presbyterian churches. At a meet
ing held In Decatur, 111., this week steps
were taken to.affect the union.
Joe Goddard thelpugillst, has been de
clared hopelessly Insane. He was injured
in a political brawl in Philadelphia some
time ago and has been In a hospital ever
The Odeon theatre in Cincinnati Ohio,
was destroyed by fire Thursday morning
A fearful accldeht happened at the
yard of the Union Gas Co. at Brooklyn,
N. Y. Wednesday when the bottom of
the largest gas tank in the world drop
ped out and fell on some laborers and
ight of them were Instantly .killed, be
ing crushed to death.
A Boy's Wild RideFor Life.
With family around expecting him to
die, and a son riding for life, 18 miles,
to get Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, W. H.
Brown of LeesvlU, Ind., endured death's
agonies from asthma, but this wonder
ful medicine gave Instant relief and soon
cured him. He writes: "I now sleep
soundly every night." Like marvelous
cures of Coniiumptlon, Pneumonia,
Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds and Grip
prove Its matchless merit for all Throat
and Lung troubles. Gusranted bottles
59c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at O D
liradham's drug store.
Fall rorrd MimIiuiiu.
In London a Koiirioumii i;f IiIkIi ritnk.
whose nnme has not bci-n revoiilod. re
cently became Inonne on the si'.ljiH't of
religion. lie snw irrxls nitJ coddoiwcs
in all sorts of Innnlinnte lliinpi mid
spent hours on his knees uOorlitK them.
Eminent nhyslclnns rvgnrdra his case
as hopeless, and hu wus plnced in the
charge of two attendants, who were
Instructed to take him to a lunatic asy
lum. Just ' as they were about to start.
however, the unfortunate man jumped
from ft high window and fell with a
crash on the pavement Be waa severe
ly bruised, but In a few weeks not only
were his wounds healed, but his reli
gions mania also entirely disappeared.
The physicians say that his reason
was restored to htm by the violent
Shock, and they assert that such an oc
currence Is unprecedented in the an
nals of medicine. '
Lingering Summer Colds.
Don't let cold run at this season.
Bummer colds sre the hardest kind to
cure and if neglected may linger along
for months. A long siege like this will
pull down the strongest constitution.
One Minute Cough Cure will break np
the attack at once. Safe, sore, acts at
onoe. Cures coughs, colds, croup,
bronchitis, all throat and lung troubles.
The children like it F.B. Duffy. ;
. , ItOMia'a Hm UaaeaM. '
ItualA una derided to round an sr
chneolofflcal Hittwum In Sevastopol.
The building Is to be erected In tbft
style of an old Christian basilica and to
be arranged for three departments, one
devoted to the Greek, one to the Ro
man and a third, to the Byzantine pe
riod. The whole project haa been In
trusted to the management 'of Garand
Duke Alexander Miehnllovltch.
No profession has advanced more ra
pidly of fate than . surgery, but It should
not be used except where absolutely ne.
eestary. In cases of piles for example, It
is seldom needed. De Witt's Witch
Hsxel Salve cures quickly and perma
mently Unequalled for cuts, burns,
bruises, wounds, skin diseases. Accept
no counterfeits. "I was so troubled with
bleeding piles that I lost much blood and
tren?th," says, J. 0. Phillips, Paris, 111.
"DeWltt'a Witch Hazel cared me In ft
t'lort t'aw,' ttootkes and heals. F. S.
Insects Ruining Cotton In Richmond
8Uta CobtIcU Mostly at Werkei
Railroad. Political Get lip.
soo Kale Cotton Crop
Raliioh, September 6. There axe
now 890 convicts grading the South
Carolina and Georgia Extenaon R. R.
(lately bouKht by the Southern) In Mitch
ell county. These convicts marched
across the Blue Kldge from Marion 48
miles to a point 7 miles this tide the
Tennessee line. At the latter line they
began work and arc coming this way.
There are 40 convicts building a turn
pike from Wllkesboro to Jefferson and
50 are cutting tlmlier for the Goldsboro
lumber company's large saw and plain
ing mill at Dover. Most of the remain
ing convicts are on the Btate farm near
Weldon. There are only about 75 in
It is said by the farmers in this section
that'theytll have very little pork this
year, owing to the failure of last year's
Ex-district attorney Claud Bernard
says a lot of Republicans will become
Independents this year, in order to show
their Independence of the Republican
State entomologist Sherman Is making
the annual , examination of fruit tree
nurseries, lie has been In the west a
fortnight. He has found but little trou
ble. The nurseries need rain. The
droueht has been very trying to them.
The Progressive Farmer will appear
next Monday In a new form, sixteen
The State headquarters of the Farm
ers Alliance will be established here
September 15. Members of the order
say It was a mistake in moving head
quarters from horc to Illllsboro.
Governor Aycock says that in the
township in which lie spoke, in this
county, yesterday all the children save
two were at school last term and that
the parents of the two absent were
Maj. John W. Graham of Orange coun
ty tells your correspondent that persons
who are of independent ideas are trying
to get some leading Democrats to take
charge of that movement in his county,
but they.so far have persistently refused
to take the step.
The penitentiary board met here today
W. E. Crosslands, one of its members,
says that the cotton crop on the State
farm will be 800 bales. It is cut off
somewhat by the dry weather. The
corn crop thero is good.
Mr. Crosslands brought here cotton
bales from his farms In Richmond coun
ty, each blighted by the puncture of an
Insect, which he says la either the Texas
weevil or the sharpshooter, but is not
the boll worm. Ho says It Is literally
ruining the cotton. He pulled up stalks
containing 20 to50 bolls each, and found
that not one boll in five had been spared
The insect punctures bolls of various
sizes, particularly the tiny ones just af
ter they are formed .RuBt sets in quickly
and not a bol punctured matures. He
taya that while August 1 the prospect
was the best he ever saw for a crop he is
now sure there will not be over of a
crop. He is sure the estimates for North
Carolina are too nign- and declares the
result will prove the accuracy of this
statement. The rust is also very bad,
but the damage by tho Insect referred to
Is worse. The first time this Insect ap
peared there was last year, during the'
long wet season. This year the season
there has been favorable.
Fortune Favors a Texan.
"Having distressing pains In bead,
back and stomach, and being without
appetite, I beesn to use Dr. King's New
Life Pills," writes W. P. Whitehead, of
Eennedale, Tex., "and soon felt like a
new man." Infallible In stomach and
liver troubles. Only 25c at C. D. Brad-
ham's drug store.
An Rra rl C;i)ti initio.
UiifortuiisitWy .'ii:i.viniuil. in Ecua
dor, btiK Ikvii i:liinxt destroyed by lire,
with n Iiimh of inillloiis of dollars. The
light, lnfliuimiiitile buildings were con
structed ehleily with the drend of ruin
by enrthqunkes mid burned like tin
der. This generation is afflicted by
direful calamities in many parts of the
globe to an extent almost unknown for
centuries. New York Tribune.
Use Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, for
Eczema, Pimples, Ringworm, Dandruff
and all skin diseases. For sale at.F. 8.
Duffy's. . - "
nti Orratrat Mistake.
Thi mtatPk of my life." said tbs
reminiscent man. "was when I was
selling patent medicines in Russia.
One day I attended n review of crock
regiment and suddenly every man In
the rrenkt began sneezing for nil he
eoa worth.- In a trice I baa my earn
pa case open and was trying to sell
the commissary carload of my ant
grip pellets when he rudely Informed
me that the troops were only hailing
with delight the arrival of General
Take Care cf tbe Stomacli.
The man or woman whose digestion
Is perfect and whose stomach performs
Its every function It never tick.. Kodol
cleanses, purifies and sweetens the
stomach and cures positively and per
manently all stomsch troubles, indiges
tion and dyspepsia. It Is the wonderful
reconstructive tonic that Is making to
many sick people well and weak people
strong by conveying to their bodies sll
of the nourishment In tbe food they eat.
Rev.J. H. Holladay. of Holladay, Miss.,
writes: Kodol has cured me. I consider
It the best remedy I ever used for dyi
peptla and stomach troubles, 1 .Wat
given up by physicians. Kodol saved
my life. Take it after meals. F. & Duf
The Secant JnpCoft of Kstat Felee
WftrseThMthe Pint v r
Castsiu, bLaxn of Br. L0ciA,'!t W.
L, September 4. The coast telephone
service reports that a violent eruption
of the Bon friers volcano, on ths Island
of St : Vincent;' waa observed stmld
The Royal Mail steassec Tare arrived
here this eventer fros the Island of
Martinique. s .! if '.
Bhe briagV the report that a violent
volcanic eruption occurred there but
night and that about 1,000 persona are
said to have perished. . ;
Large numbers of people are leaving
The Ministry for the Colonies received
a cable dispatch today from the Govern
or of Guadeloupe, M. Merlin, reporting
tbe tone of destruction In Martinique
resulting frost the reeent eruption of
After recounting facta already known,
it sayt that Morne Capote wu much
damaged and that flames surrounded
Morne Pamoate, but stopped at tbe Bt
James House. Basse Point Heights were
The German ateamer Castilla, which
arrived here from Bt Thomas, D. W. L,
today, reports encountering a heavy fall
of volcanic dust while 800 miles at sea.
She also reporU that the eoaat of Haiti
was completely obscured by a haze caused
The correspondent of the Dally Mall
at Castries, Bt Lucia, haa cabled the fol
lowing account of the phenomena wit
nessed at the time of the recent outbreak
of Mount Pelee, Martinique:
"Between 8 and 9 o'clock In the even
ing of August 80 a spectacle of terrific
grandeur wu witnessed from here. A
pitch-black cloud hung over the island
of Martinique, through which shot at
Intervals pillars of flame high In the tky
which broke in fantaatlc forms of colored
fire and scattered showers of fiery sparks
Aboat nightfall clouds were darting
about like millions of monster fireflies,
and above all these largo aureoles ap
peared In the sky."
The correspondent then proceeds to
confirm the details of the eruption ss al
ready known, and tayt:
"There were tremendout earth rum
blings and explosions. The ground
rocked, and nothing could stand on
tables or shelves. Boats from Bt. Pierre
were unable to reach the town owing to
the fall of hot ashes snd a tidal wave de
stroyed the whole of the tea front of Le
"People returned here from Martin
ique only last week to take back their
families to Fort de France."
Reports from Fort de France received
here today state that Saturday nlght't
eruption of Mount Pelee wat worse than
that of May 11.
The area of destruction extends five
miles farther eastward.
In Fort de France tbe greatest panic
prevails. At the first outbreak of the
volcano the inhabitants fled from tbe
city, seeking refuge In boats and along
various parti of the coast.
Borne of them a:e only just now re
turning to their homes.
Not Doomed For Life.
'( was treated for three years by good
doctors," writes W. A. Greer, McOon
nellsville, O., "for Piles, snd Fistula,
but, when all failed, Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured me In two weeks." Cures
Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Corns, Bores,
Eruptions, Salt Rheum, Piles or no pay.
35c at C. D. Bradham's drug store.
Clrinete otuciiils uro held to be guilty
before the Son of Heaven for floods,
tlrotfghta, ram I nes. (Ires and other nat
ural calamities. ,
One hcui'j n good Cenl about the gla
ciers of Alaska, and it Is satisfactory
to Uuow that Uncle Sam possesses.
few important Ice rivers of his own.
But few people are awnre that there
are in Montana sonic of the finest gla
ciers tn tbe world, even rivaling those
of the Alps.
Take a bath in Hancock's Llquid Sul
phur. They are superior to those of the
most celebrated Sulphur Springs, having
the additional advantage of being made
any desired strength. They will cure
Prickly heat, Eczema, and all akin dis
eases. For tale by.F. 8. Duffy ' -
In ancient, days the addition of ft
cross to the signature did not Always
Indicate that ' tae signer could not
write, but was added s n attestation
of good faith. r ,-i,t?j ' ,'... ;
: Clra mmA Fftawoa.
Never but two of the colors red, blue
snd yellow appear. In the same species
of flower either two, but never, the
third. Hence red and yellow roses, but
no blue; red and blue verbenas, but no
yellow; yellow and blue pansles, but
no red, ete. i , -,iy xn.X''.
Prickly heat cared in one application
oy using or tiancocx'i lqura nuipsur,
It will also oure Keaema, Fetter, Pimp.
let, Ringworm, Dandruff, Cuts, Burns,
Old Sores, r and all tkla troubles In ft
short time, when used as '.directed. , Jot
sale at F. & Duffy's Drug Store.
Slice an onion thinly, cover it with
vinegar and set to soak for twenty
four hours. Strain off the vinegar and
add to It tablespoonful of salt the
stmt quantity of brown sugar, a tea-
spoonful of white pepper and. suflj-
clcnt mustard flouy to thicken. Par nil
together while It somen te the boll nt
bottle (or use, ,4', j , , ., . ,t ,
T0U KNOW WBAT TOO ARB TA1IH0
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula Is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
la simply Iron and quinine In ft tasteless
form. No cure no pay. Price 63c
' : J Vat stay oa ftr tT thaairrarA imt r .1 tli.nuch tl m
1 1 fh aoas Sad drtvss
For a Lame Back,
or, in act, all Lameness and Sore
ness of your body there is nothing
that will drive out the pain and in
flammation so quickly as
Mustang Liniment. .
If you cannot reach the spot your
self get some one to assist you, for
it is essential that the liniment be
rubbed in most thoroughly.
Mexican flustang Liniment
overcomes the ailments of horses and all domUo animals. In fact.
It Is ft flesh healer and pain killer no matter who or what th patient U,
Costs Daly 25 cents at Droggists,
I nan anus Dr. Moffett'i TERTHIN A a splendid
boy wm a teejUilnex child, emr? mommUm dsvjr wwMd
i r.tii tiiN A, ana bDtran atoaoe lUimiaUiteritMr it to Dim,
that day oa ha rweupnrated. I have constantly kepi
ptasara in sounding lis pnuaM to au mower Of yoaof cnuoran. t louau u WTaiaaoia are anar taa issnnitag
prlod waa pasted, MUS. D, H. HARD If.
THE BEST PRICES,
The BEST Stables,
BRING YOUR TOBAGCO
Farmers Warehouse jLn.
We promise our best efforts in behalf ot
J. M. HOWARD, Manager,
C. H. RICHMOND, Farmers Warehouse.
J. J. BAXTBEr,
has moved Jiis Millinery Stock, from - Pollock
Street to his gtore on Middle Street and to Clos
ing out the same at 6REATLT RKDUCEP
' PRICES. "' ' '
Special Inducements io Milliners;
ft,.;-i i .1 ... i , . . ; . v.. ........,.... ........... .-
III-. i.,' - . t ' I t
and "D'L: -
unny yuur i vvayw -
. 1 ;
t0 t6e Planters Warehouse
which is always the place TO GET THE HOST
honey:for it;,, ; ; 1
Best accommodations guaranteed.
.i ' (.-:!, :.;. ,i'i .,- '. ! .'. jf i
; . . , - v h . t - t;
llzizz Vcrk b ll-rd Vcr'.: vi:... -t COLD DUST,
1 tunarlat iJ
t4 ail turah atat InlUmmatii.
Diarrhoea, DyMatcry, uti
th Bowtl Troubles of
Aids Digestion, ttcgulttei
the Bowels, Strengthens
the Child and Makes
Or Ball K rails to C. J. MOP'KTT, M. D ST. LOUIS. MO.
omna tAan. Hiidt. Smratarv of State. Aum. Tni.. Not. St. 19U0.
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m thai w would iaflTiUbly lot hkm.
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ma nil unpixM
it wu narked in 44 kours. aad I rum
it aad as4 it tinea with aiy chtldrea, aad hata taken gri
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