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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - December 5, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                ft' a. nurliun Nni>l>iili�iiih TM\Milw�nl(oe Henliml in votj muoh liiid� -Qur C/iMr(3/i Memienfjer-oolU "Morbus SttlibnticiH."'  I'biH ac-, ouiHjt 1h roprirled itfiljo montblv oiffnu ; of llio Y, M. 0. A.ofthb.t;i..v. Itroml-. MoMJiHtSftblmUoiWr^ir tittudBr mek no8H,,iii a dioase pDonilar to cbiiTob ro-orH.   Tbe atUolc ooiiiea on ouddoiij.v write it dowa  till everybody sees it ,*rill .everybody is sick of seeing it ' Till cvcrybbdy_kno\\:3;_jt withour seeTng'lt- t that Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy cures the worst cases of chronic catarrh in the head, catarrhal headache, and cold in the headr' the World's Dispensary Med- "fturnomi bo (e�U muoh bettor and ia ical_ Association Ot BUtiaiO, a,d road Uio Sundry ,.a,.crti; bo eat. a N. Y., olTcrj to pay^SSOO to  boarty Huuper, but about charoh time any OBP suffering from chronic ll^,H," i"."^?,'.*�!'      suys Bt catarrh in the head whom �they iannot cure. Now if the conditions were reversed-if tlrey~^sl;cdivj6u. to pay $oo for a positive euro yoii might hesitate. Here arc reputable men, with years of honorable dealing; thousands -of-:rdollars and a-grear; name UIVB ONLY FOft L6V8J �k OitM��rit Tht'mMlMt Mol�ly Wlllijlff.ilf� �r     llrart. Tlir- Mnxkian educates bin wcina! nrid fnnh' ibiMri lo collcHn.biil bis diniRhlom linv - 111 rumiilii With ibolrmolbor.-Tboro I Mil Uji-Jimiiy- w^moiir=^^tbi!rHi:.iiiid~tb�iH llvf n-r iintbhrKbiitlovci.  nxiy Beemo M'(iiiM|iii-iii(!d, of uniir�n, but beyond" b�- ovory Hnndny; nonymptoms nro folt ort i in,,K,.,iH llngnlsU, tlicy do not amonnt Bftiurday nigbtj tbo )mitont Kleop* woU   i\> i.nnli. r ttnd ownkos feo.iiig wollj oal� a bearty bro�l . Helig-. thousands   like the only antidote,   lO. It.lsbe- can't we 11 -pay ooming fmrfnlly  prevalent and   u CS   one   Whom   WC     in other words, the injaisposllirtn of "                      -       chUTcb ineSbers, aiid particularly of heads of families, to go to oburoh is bo----  "       The dlB- ____ - v . --> -irr"^^^^ the-osnao of -this dl- any tnajhpreferable to catarrh f, Maatt=thia-aunday--4oknes�, the cbar- '   ------' I Botertatio symptom ot wIiicIPIh an iir^ cao't^eure^" . They believe in themselves. rSMeSe'Sett."/'-? Isn t It worth_Jl triaj ?_   Isn t  oription of the disorder may be :-Botli-tlie neth^ Syrup of Fig* ii taken; it ia pleuant aud nfreihlug to the tute, and acta : mnriy^yettpoBijnly^n^tliVKiaSeya, Liver and Bowela, cleanses tbe aja-tem cfleetually. dbpela colda, head-achea and fevora and curea hubituol conatipation.   Bynip of Figa^ Jhe -onJjr-rBiDed)r"0rilB kind over pro-iliiMd, pleasing to the tatte and acceptable to _tlie_4omn�h, jirotnot-in ita action and truly beneffoial in its -I'fffcta, prBwired only from the most healthy and agTMable aubalancca, its niany-oxoelleiit qualiUes obmnieh(13! "toi"all and; have nuKlo it tlw "iibat popular remedy known. jmd .$1 bottlealyall^ lading --gjata-r-Any reliable "druggiat who jaay not bave it on_^an ' t(i earn Iiiir own llvliiff, says tbo X(i\v York .lutinwl Tim mi-n do thn r()(iklii^'"niiil iiiillc sorvantit^Ud Iho bouse-Moflv. It a yoiiMBs.^la(ly bIioiiIiI Icilrn ._iiU;iioKr;vpli)LJiU n liitr own llv-lim, slic would bo OHtra Isi'iixfrom so-I'Irly. 'riicrii nrmnuny linln^ss'e!) tbnro mill lliorii a""!' mniiy JMoNlciin-ndvont?^ iircr h lo tlia!iraln> fxfn tho �tonuich I* tlis ({rom �ynip>tlirtl� norveln J.I10 epfdmirlum. not illsoillon beciiiiia eriouair dlwrUanil. and thai illiorilor li an to nml ti roflecUon In yniptoini which n>�ot .�i       ,    11" >�"   ",'   ;�' "   'H'llvanlBSBOuoiyiiiKin tho orjAU ot tliniigbt. ii:il'lv iniiiiKs uimlliiT wpalthy pjrl, AMM.vKntii-luvcr iiMif-t-woii in patlnncor ii-i lil.< iiilmitluiis nro from thn start ircnifd as a family inattr-r hy ihn pa-ri'iil.� of thirhidovi'd of lil� sutil. Jin Is luiiind by ciisloiii to niajiii liiinwii to \\U religion give* the-highwt-;ior,Ht-'d(W-"'�-'^T^'"'''*.'"*'"''"'^"'-'*^ not seem rMwOoable that he should 'A'''" ''"Kl'"!' snttl^mont turn from iU teoohing, if it is Uught according to hU need. Perhaps the fault lies in iU teaching. r .~?wl7""'*��"�* other pea %. and ii.oo.. TfyoarTings aresoraor Back Iium, 1 Shllah's.PorausJPtaster, Priceajctfc_ f^lt Urowan' Comblns. fruitgrowers in New York, New Jersey, aniM'ennsylvaaiaare adopting ncw-meniods of! placing their product on tbe market. Their objeot is to do away with the sumetimeiieiturtiuuatercharges ofJhQ, middlemen. ^.Thagrapu grower* of WMemrNew York and Pennsylvania hove (tfrmed a Board of TntdL-. Witblieadquariers at Brooton. In every L JirapergrowiDg i^entet-there is- as association, orJ>�ach of thel^rd.-Md. numerous- growers'~al less unportact p  erof-an-pcriqr (^allty,,and .which will therefore bnhg J^be highest prico*. The company haa ita own label on each bos which oeriifles tbe fruit to be ot BU|>erior quality. A note on the labol invites iieople to report ioferiorfruit to tbo company.^ Tbe New Jersey Fruit �xobange, with headquarters at Fldraington^_hss^ -branehes iu two or three other peaoh lnrty-tOTiTlitsTIi'sfriino pay \\\* addriuscs. l-lf-llm-t."(iinmitnlraHon-h� iilnajant'hols ri'forrpillo ihii inotln'r. anil llni hIpko of I III* nialdiMi's hiiarl may bu nald bo'bc-l,'iiii. t.'iiKlom compi'l.s liic youth tn oxocutea iiiovpiilpnt rallpd "playlnii thn boar," vvhli'h <:aM. Hill Hip Idup-Jiiy "rtties In thirratl; -UrntitilcUaffra.   , Not a IpOcal Disease flM-info niiirrh sffBnts rottf bus*. It U not lh�n>. rnt(iainrariiiM�n: irrcaraind(aiiiiitin-r..aFvit�r II coii.il not minlfriil luvll. In jrcnr noM. Tim hlood now In ront liriln In, \x Inn rou BW�h rrwllns lhl� tHii'Ift, litrk In yoor hrsrt iisS'n. tnil (oon (u.trilH iilril to ;nnr llTcr. nt.iniuib, kldnnM. asil ta on. W|j�IQV�r ImrnrltlM thn blood dno.nqtrirrr.ftWAr* OUM vhil m Mil dliwa.ri. nieraTrn �hsn ron lUTA oal4rrli of ttifl hfail � n&alt oroiTi'er^lnfaalrnl t\n it niont stvn onir teinnortrr mllL't. Tho oolr i ';w�r 11 ^ffrot > noro l� .�� miioit tbe UImmo in tuo '.bipoil bf UklniLft CQl!lil'-OMQliftl.mufiilrlUo UoMl'it-Htnap'iirll a7whl>rs uioBi tho troiildn In whioli tho Hlltor�- tr IimOIIt mnd tbomufbly b�iii>floli>l. Don't do-lay, but tsks tbo tatb coart* at oltce. I__-TiLFiiik lirii llnr uw4oK�-rlhl>on fiph, with thoir ftns prolonged Into fcnlcrs many times as_Joii(f jis tho bodyr and -llinrb -"s�i-olbci--stnriipr-ltjic8^ wltlT pohiKsd-talls and ryolrss heads thatloolr lllm iiightmnros than actual productions of mattor-of-fact nature. DmAwm Can't H� Carail To SaTo Olil Mriiiiirlta. Thn wonuMi ot Virginia who belong to thn sfM-loty for Ihn prnsorvalinn of tho niilli|iiltlos of that state having piir-ihasrd andrpstornd thn I'owdnr Horn at VVIIIiani>buri? and UniKht. tho' hoiiso at I'rndnrlcksburR hi wlilnb Wasbiligton'.a nintbnrllvnd and died. am.now moving to aiMiiilrn.thn possnsslon of tho older portions of Jamnstown, including  tho ,, ,    -----...................... In the Iliiltnd .Ststns and the scone of tbo exploits of (apt. .lohn Smith and Pocahontas. II Is to bn hopnrt that their ef-fbrls wMI snnnned, and that tliny will bo nlilirtirsiror rlinVn old mitniorlns as of-fnrliially ns thn wnmnn of the iionntry have >avnd thn rnlli:s at Sit. Vnriion. .\x  npidninln. of  snicldns prevails In l'arl>.   Thn avnraKi- In October was six [ti day. nii.l one Jliy  iTin'frTrlhIn rm.rd was tJaiiiccn..........- - lo'fnrn tho_ nv lotat appUcatlont, at tlwj-csmint rrafh lh� ,.U,_HL_ianLVim_ -^j^-jja pjrtlon oflbo .ar. There ! only ono arn mad hy the        (, oilrl doafOMi, and that ! by couiUto-dt-Hvnr�l-to- his jlonal �iu�dl*a.-'I>��(iHHis It tanwid by-au-te. ttifnod eoudltionlot tbr uiucoua lining. o( tbo Eunlacblail TuVo. Whao tbit tulio k�U - id-flaiiiod. you tars aTumbUng-tonod nr1nvt>�-fret h��rln�^aod nhro It It entirely oloiwl DmltiMi It tbo ratult, and unkis tbo InHamma-llon can b� taken out and thil tobo nttorod to llnnofuialcoadltlODbvailugwIU bo dntroyad foiovtr; nine eaaat out ot l�n an caiitod by ea-tarrli, wbleb It uoUUng but an innauiOd condition of tbainncaua lurfaooii. W� will glw Ono Huudml DolUrt for any caos uf.Ooafnaot-ieaoMil'by eaunbl Ifaatwa cannot our* by taking BaU'a CsUrrb Ooi�. bend tor drenlan, (ra�......_ V. J. CUBNEY * CO., Tolwlo, a BoU by Dmgflits, TSc__ A j.EcrnjBr.n upon Uie Kngllnh Ian gnugc has prodltlwl that bnforn long KnKllsh grand opera will bn pnrmanuntly established In this country. Ho says that thu English language can ,bc sung 'without In any way disturbing tho sus-lalnnd-legare- flow-of voice-and-thc Ix'auly of-lone. 'a aialao paper roK si.ts. -THB-�oeTn*� CoxFaKiOH gffea sa^inach for tbe small amoue.ttbat Itcovis It Is no wonder It la taken alreadyJn nearly Half a Million Famllli.ii. With It!)- fine paper and hnuutlful tllustriitlona, lis Weekly Illua-trati'd .�iiipplements. and Ita Doublo [lollday JJuuiijonir-li-wem-i-airlt-thB'putitlilieni couTd not do cnuujb to pleose. liy aendlug SI.TS now yon may obtain It free to January, and for u full yoor from ibui dale to January. Don t lianft to my skirts and fry ao.' said mamran to hor p.-ovl,l, �,d pal,.|o,klnR "lir"''' .,.in'''x'J�"'"V," "�'' wcul.l ttlvo a ,Ur._ BhIIj, WutnL. Da�troT�ia It.would �oon (eel wmi. and eontentedir play with ill bloeka and-tora,-----  ' TuK Yoi;th'� CoMrANiou. Boston. Mass. -f )o-r k t bftt-m� rrlaso^ Is a^-falt urc?" tald thomflpntivo yonnif voniah to a man of hiislnns-s. "Not nncnssarlly -It's what knpt .Smithnrs from bank ru ptcy. '�-irnji?.Tii j/(,irPo�f. Tiir. former estatu of .lanin.i Msdtson, fit OrangftCourt IIoiTiin,"Ta., Is ownncVTiy William r,. Hradloy, of Rostun, ahd l^iuls i-'. Dntrlrk. of Baillmons. 'XiA. Is flno tliat Is rioan." Simple homes mode bright with SAroLlOarabStlerthiJ^ -tawdrr-paUcea. v_HapoUo:-la aaolW�ali� �( .Bcuiirlntf Hoap.-Jry-lt-- -_____________ A itKRioKxr of Colnrain. Pa., says hn was turned out of hoiiso and homo by Ilia wife bixausu bu didn't votn to pinase lllT. - -.........wu wuc   ivnu   w   viaii ____ithoJesalirJionMS in alLlbe. citiga from New York to Cbiuago and Montreal. - As many-rwholBulehi' as possible Sire indnced to send btiyers to Flemington. The exchange ehatges for Belling the fruit a cent a basket to its own membenii^and.qo^ more, than 2 centa to ontsidera." By sottiat trial, it has been fpnnd that the smart Jersey Rrowefajire^netting 10.^or.:_ Vii. cents, a bosket more oh frnit sold on exchange than^onjhat sold_by contract. . There am several' other exchanges by which the growen also^et goodiiricea. _Wh�n nobjr �aa afck, wo gaTO berCaslorIa, When �he wua a Child, the criodfor Caatoria, When aho becama Xba, alio clung lo Caatoria, Wbrn aha bad Chlldran. alia gaTs tliem Caatoria LoSDO-NEiiH oonsumii 30,000,000 rsI-lons of milk--or what \� sold as nillk- per anuuro, and pay iao.OOO for It, SnEcnAM'h pii.i.s cure filok-Headache, "TiioHK rnady-nia vlth Indlgnatlon."^ "YW they arc^BfMtorftjt; tlio fray.'W BKST, easiest to uao ^nd cheapest. Ptao's Bemitdy tor Catarrh. .By drunlats.  60c. DESl^irnro-OP iCONKIDESOE,-Thet� Is no anlrl,. whirh imi rlr.hly draairVBa tha Butire coufldrnef ot. the conimuoriy at Bhowm'h BHo.HcniAi, Tjiucues, Zboaoaut-ferlDg from Aah'matic and Bronchial Dlt-. eaaea. Coughs, and Oolda abould try tbeat. Price � ccDta. _ r-^-Ai.Tiioi!on^hn-vlrus from ft woU-T>llo is not more virulent than that from the bite of a rabid dog. yet iU) action-on.tba blood-Is n�teh-monrmpid;------'_   ' Is it reononiK to lavo a few. cenU buying a cheap soap or strong washing powder, and late dollara In mined, rotted elutbes? If not, uao llobblna' Electric Soap, while as snow and aa purr.  Ask your grocer for it. bv "CmusTiiAH proscnLH laid asldo w^T^lhe obliging announcement of a Phllodolphia fi POO'S RraaDY\VOR CATARRH.-to use. Cheapest. Relief    ' CATAR A eitra is Fold br all dmsalata. (1: �tt tor W. br O. I. UOOB �.CO. Lowalt Mm. _ iOO Closes Qhe Dollar |l�?^youF-Drii9fll8Mo or4er H1 PATniCK OTABtlKU:,. Atl> t�,f.��. wSW V ,T� conylnco everybody, before subscribinp,^ the hrgltl :^gualiry-aiid-lnterwt-d(;;Otir-DeattttflBllw^ll&tl-'-�  � Xi naUn!Jti.new focro�^we>itill atauLto-aay addrcsa - i,      SEND TEN CENTS for a trial subscription, ancf we wu^t 'send you three numbers, including ourCHRlSTMAS NUMBER,| Iwith an artistic cover; atsor our CalchdarAnnounceinent for' 111891, with a painting-" The Minuet"-by J, G, L. Ferris.- i     Theae;tbree numbers contain the following reading-matten J(l) Mrs.'Amelia E^Blirr** new- serial, "The Beads * ^      of Tasmeri** Mt�.:Barr i& the author of that most * �   successful serial, "Friend OHvia,** just completed in TAe * CVuftiry/but hereafter Mrs. Barr will write exclusively; J(2) Hon. Ceorge JBancroffs description oc J Battle of Lake Erie," be'autifully illustrated. "^(3) MargaTret'Delaiici's i�cst story, '^owhanEnd?' (4) James Rusteii Lowell** poem, '^fy Brook," written expressly tar-TAe Zei/ser, beautifully illustrateif ____Wi*-^-^ --------�--- Tjy-Wilsoirdc Meza, arid issued SOUVENIR SUPPLEMENT. Mrs.-DFs-Jull||-Holme8-8mttti as 4 rOUR-PAQE . ,      .        ---------..�.. starts a sei^ of articles giving j^ery valuable informatioa to youn mothers. ^....... ~     " ^ "^^-- entertaJBinsf- socfety no*-el,MiS Robert. Cranrs Harold Stagg." Harriet .PfMeott: Spoffbrd,   ____�,�r sonii c6^ �(8) James Part^ ^ - articles oif inte - ^dfCeprgo Fredegic ibute short stories. _______. JP^W-Hai:eltlneand4>llve (authorVof   "Great.  Senators")   contribute ..................--   --ri ove^ SPARKLING EDITORIAtsI Marshall North's chatty column!! In addittonto the I American people. -Send Ten. i,ents lor these thr^ nut^iberTaodluderfb^ |yo�,sdf,ors^d5^_fio^DoS^^ |iaiir BHMr's S8IS. Prtlishirs. No. 40 Wlliia St.. H. Y. 01^. J ^TheNew York Udgep, ikarklaa. USm-________ .   

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