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   The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - December 25, 1890, Cambridge, Ohio                        "ill right. Johaay. You can own this I have la noy pocket, but I'll play i a trust company and keep it lot- Baaar. Then. "Have yoo a ailed a mam of t PltUfcurwh wheelman, "A asked the bloyolUt, Inas- "What do I need a pedal' egiaph. Pittsburgh Chroniele- of The yo' gwlne f sah? t Lord, no! I won't touch Ysu ain't been very 'tentive, but I Mr. I lax; it up agin yer 'no ugh t' lay ea Judge. A HMd to Fortune. j Banklns (the YM hfjlp me a little, Bossf I hain't bad Jftothia' to eat tor thiee aaya Kr don't you get an en- is fast la a girl rote her horse In a (ton doorway at Ljnohburg, aaid Mi backed gracefully out. eighteen per osni of the total population ot Portugal can read write, and it is no wonder that when the wind blows 'from the south- west every housewife looks the front door to keep out the spirits of the dead. former dream that he saw a Heck pljfKi the highway slid no one wllhio ten miles of htm will change his shirt tat a month, believing that by so doing he will start an Deteoil Tree Press. It Trivvet ot a Visit to bluest ol blood runs througu Miss Chestnut's veins." runs. You seem to forgot that Miss Chestaut Is a PJlUa- Chicago, Inter Ocean. compositor on a Burlington newspaper who transformed the name of the song, "I Kissed Her Under the Hose" to "1 Kissed Her Under the Is a genius in his delpBla Press. traveler who had very large feet asked a waiter to- bring him a bootjack. "lyhjrt "Te off my boots." "Wby, sir. you'll have logo to the forks of the road to gel them fainter In Van Bnren, Pa., awaj three apple On one tfee this were fifteen bushels. All the others together bor.< not morethaas bushel. Von t'ecl tired Do you know what it means? "iou are ner- You cough in the morning Do you realize the cause; Your appetite is "What manes ft so? You seem like a changed to your y ls the matter, or has the change been so gradual it has escaped your notice Ton have Consumption Wo do not say this to fright -n but it is true. These are the sure symptoms of this terrible disease. to one tiling which will check it and that is DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY. It to recommended by the boat physicians In Europe Mid America. W. H. HOOKER CO.. 43 West Broadway, New York. MrCttto hr O. M. Aog M-lyr n o n r The Forum! MTht) Fmemogt Periodical for ThoUgfetful Readers." Its range Is falrlj truncated by the following Table of tor the December Number. She Qpverameat of American Cities Andrew n. European cities are txrtter governed than oon; the danger-place iu oar political system and tbe remedy Oily Growth .Party Politics. WHIlaro M. increase of urban over rare! population as shown by theoons.us; how tbls Increase Is advanUieuns lo the UcmoenU. The Stability of the French Republic Jnl ft men, of tbe French review doeMsfte and foreign Influeucts favarnbje anil unfavorable to the Republio: nopvmient'oek. Faml'y Stools a Demoeraejr. President a W. of favorable to tbeawpetnauon of fayiiiisj; a atndy ol conditions therelor Cblna Menace tbe World? President. W.A.I'. Martin, of the Imperial Tun j Weng Collena, tendency of lite lornbldM rear of competition Tlie Hananttles, Malor J.W. Powell.-The firm, of aherleu of articles lo show that ta. theory of bloiosjtoal falhiwhcn tonociology. ForauUlveJnOaencee. ArchdeHCOuF. w. iintobloKravbleal exay, follow slmllor ones bv Prof. John Tj-ndi-11. w. K. B. Lt-ctsj, Frederle UarrlBon and otaet noted men. in Railway Travel. Prof. R. H. of 300 miles an hour wltb steam; why electricity is likely Hupniaede steam. Armor for War Ail pi. Commander F. M, isar.-er. of theU. s. Navy. Holes oa Ohosts. Andrew .Lug Pity, Gruntua unit Bpnrlous. Frances Power Oobbe, Amoni tbe featnrMOlThe Forum IHOI will be A series of un n.v Franoto A. Walker; Beinlta o and ot tbe moflt rec GL Aoiilevements In all Important X4nea 01 Work, In Boleaee and lu Industry, by Bp's iatitH; by tbe leaden ol In ttae United and by Ib-elgn Htatesmen; Bhlbboletbi of tbe Time, a of entleal popujiu by W. H. Lilly, the Brltlah Feeays, to wbiohso-neof the noted men of tbe time Arnrnean and Brltlih. nave already coot Ibufed; Dlsounslons of Social and BellKloua In tbe United Blalm; Literary Arti.jio'. ilUoimalnij the tendencies of literary work aleae; all of activity, by the foremost critical writers. 50c.aCopy. The Forum, NEW YORK. a Year. MILLER, THE BUGGY MAN! SUCCESSOR ;TO B. V. EOLUSON.- FhutoiM, Ourligea and Soring Wagons at very low Alec i in CarU. He will not be undersold by any man in EaMein Ohio. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE! alto Mils tbe Fnmoui Champion Road Wagon, better known as tbc Friend. Warranted never to e-.rike tbe borne with tbe pole. lie wil be nntlenold br anyone. OJLI..I.. AND SKI! HIS STOCK! 191 North 7th Street, Cambridge, Ohio. April M-U THA DE RELIED ON TRADE L.ULOID WIT AND WISDOM. politeness It perfect am freedom. hen it oomes to firing advice tin most economical of us are extravajrant Qlobe. design of the sliver dollar is to Improved, but it is expected to be just a bard as ever to fret the Chronlole. About is Fair you love mo, "Yes, Arthur, with every fiber of my being." "I will be brother to Sun. Is well there Is no one without fault, for he would not have a friem In tbe world, he would seem to belonj to a different Hailitt loveri tell u they know 'em. Their luok would be very much worse, I called her "a keautlful Well knowing she wasn't averse. Bazar. ought to take more exercise Piny tennis." "I can't play "That don't make any difference. You can get just as much exercise trying to Bazar. (to would-be You want me to make you a lull suit Look here, now; suit is a Uttli too much. I would rather, I think, lent you llegende Blatter. Alexandra Dumas nil has begun in a morning paper a series of hithertc unpublished maxims of his own. One runs as follows: "Give alms anony mously, for then they have the dou Vie advantage of doing away with in gratitude and abuse at the same time. Handy pane of glass has been out all summer and now a freexing oold day has come and we need it in. I've told yon fort; times to send a man here to flx It Wh; in the world haven't yon done Bus- I can flx It Good News. me a boy who loves his moth er, and I will show you one who wll make a faithful friend, a noble lover and a loving husband. Bhow me one tc whom hone love has no attraction on the ground that it is too slow, and I wil tell you never to trust that man witl any thing thatconstitutes the happinos of Christian. a dear, When ladies call on you, yo should not spend the whole) time talk tag abeut your as you did thi morning. mother, th  of COO scholars, Is inadequate. navigation was once looked ntv wltb donht. So was the power of Dr. Frnner's Ueagft Honey to relieve any congh Jn one hour, antH of trUlR demonstrated Hie fact. Pquill.v good tor horses. Gives energy and strength. Money reloaded il eati-faction CURE Blok Headache anil relieve nil (lie troubles Inci- dent to a bilious state of the system, snob oa Dizzinuas, Nuusea. Drowsiness, Distress after eating. Pain in the Side, Ac. While their most remarkable success has been shown in curing SICK Headache, yet CARTER'S LIVER Pnxa are equally valuable in Constipation, curing and preventing this annoying complaint, while they ateo correct all disorders of the stomach, stimulate the livor and regulate the Even If they ouly cured HEAD Ache they would be almost priceless to who Butler from this dlstreaaintr complaint; but fortunately their goodness does not end here, nnd those who once try them will find these little pills valuable in so many ways that they will not be willing to do without them. But after ail sick head ACHE IB the bane of so many lives that here IB when we make our great boost. Our pills cure it while others do not. OARTKR'S LITTLE LIVKB FILIS are very small, and very easy to take. One or two pills a dose. They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or purge, but by their gentle action please all who use them. In vials at 25 cents; five for (1. Sold everywhere, OF sent by mail. CAKES ItEDlOIHS Heir Tort. SULPHUR BITTERS The Greatest Blood Purifier A KNOWN. Thie Great German Medicine is cheapest and boat. 128doaeB of one cent a dose. It will cure the worst CMOS oi: shin disease, from a common piuiplo on the foco to that awi'ui disease, Scrofula. SULPHUR BITTERS is the best medicine to use in all. cases of uuch Btubborn and m Yonr Kid- deep seated diseases. Do fnoya are out not ever take f of order. Uae BI lie1 DI I I ft f SULPHUR HITTERS If or mercury, are no tlio pnrcat mid toodlcinu cvor modo. f wait until you >tu walk, or .re nac ou your back. it eoitie at onue, it II cure you. Sulphur rTlio Invalid's young, the aged and tot- layonrUr-JPtoriug are soon made well by Ins thick, Kcmcmber wluit yoa f road here, It may save your Tlife, it hoi saved hundreds. Dou't wait until to-morrow, Try a Bottle To-day! Arc" you low-spirited mid weak, Sifor sulforlng from the or -'youth? If no, SUUHUK BIITBUS cure you. udy. or Send 3 2-cenk stamps to A. P. Ordwny St' Co. Boston, Mass., for best medical work pnullahet" J an 30 I yru r-4 page SCOTT'S ERIULSION Of Pure Cod Liver Oil and HYPOPHOSPHITES of Lime and Soda la onaorsed and prescribed by loading physicians because both tho Cod Liver Oil and Haffphoaphites are the recognized agents In tho uuro or Cuiutimptwn. It Ir, as palatablo as milk. perfect JSmulilmt. It ,__________iieer. Sat KenuMy lor CONSOmFTIOM, SexafUa, Bronchitui, Wastingr j eases, Chronic Cong-hs and Aak for Scott's Emulsion and take noother.j Scoti's Emulsion'- to 
                            

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