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1 Mar 1887

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Fort Wayne Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - March 1, 1887, Fort Wayne, Indiana Imp advertisement a. Sample treatment Dipo we mail enough b to con a Ince. B. A a Auderbach amp co., Wtiz Broad St., Newark. N. J. Mont. A a renal. Mali. A a. Or a affirm a a r farms amp Mills Tossis a s wanted for or. Scott so brushes its lie. No Ami i Aiea a. Territo re a Tver Satte faction gear a a tepid. Dot 8cott� 841 Brood Raj s. Yah text a Wnm i ladte8 to work w him x Jhaj Tor u8 at their Homes. F7 to f�?T0 per week can be quietly made. No photo painting no Canvas Bing. For Fuhwa tioiiia�?T8. Please address at once Crescent Art co., 19 Central St., Boston mass. Box 6170. And 1 new and Eudoc Essul Home by one who was Nostoc special its without Benefit. Cd red by self in three months and since then Hun on deafness a a sure at your own How Eaf Twenty eight years. Treated by most of the noted is dress of others. Full particulars sent application. T. 8. Page. No. A West 81st St., new York City. Pimer a Gisiger tonic. The Best cure for Coli the weak lungs asthma. Indigestion inward pains exhaustion. Combi i ing the most valuable medicines with Jamacia Injurer. It exert a curable Dower Over a Eert i unknown to other remedies. Weak lunge. Kheu Watlam female complaints. And the d Stre sin Gillson the stomach fiver kidney i and bowels Are dragging thou Sand to the grave who would recover their health by the timely use of Parker a Ginger tonic it is new life and strength to the aged. 60c. At . Hiscox amp jo., 16.3 William Street n. Y. In tone to Mill Forl Inais Iii amp Del Mility. We Wililam Exabe 4> co. Nob. 304 and 208 West Baltimore Street Baltimore but a 112 fifth ave ,11110, no a York. Cure for the i Topi oved deft. Peck s Patent improved cushioned ear Brums perfectly test site the hearing and perform the work of the natural drum. Always in position but invisible to others and comfortable to Wear. Ail conv creation and even whispers heard distinctly. Vve refer to those using them. Send for illustrated Bor it a with testimonials free. Address f. Duox 853. Broadway n. Y. Mention this paper. To. Winter exposure causes coughs colds pleurisy. Rheumatism pneumonia neuralgia sciatica Lumb Asro backache and other Ai Mants for which Benson s Caprine plasters a a admitted to be toe beet remedy known. They relieve and cure in a few hours when no other App Catlon is of the least Benefit endorsed by 6,000 physicians and druggists. Be were of imitations under similar pounding names such As Quot Capsicum a a a Capuchin a ask for Bensons and take no others. Examine carefully when you buy. All druggists. Sea dry amp Johnson proprietors new York. Kaskinen the new quinine to bal pm no read Allie to sea no we Ean dues i Lur pleasant. Fore a Power pal tonic that the most delicate stomach will Bear. A specific for malaria rheumatism nervous prostration and All germ diseases. Bellevue Hospital. N. A a a universally St. Francis Hospital n. A a a every patient treated with Kask lne has been discharged the u. S. Examining surgeon or. L. White writes a a Kuskinen is the Best Medicine or. L. M. Glessner. 300 East 131st St., new York City a cured Over patients with Kaskinen after quinine anti All other drugs had failed. He says a it is undoubtedly the Best Medicine Ever prof. W. F. Holcombe m. A. 54 East 26th St., n. H., late the of. In n. Y. Med. College writes a a Kaskinen is Superior to quinine in its specific Power and never produce the slight est injury t it Tho hearing or Constitution a Rev Jas. L. A i. Chaplain Penitentiary a rites that Kaskinen has cured his wife after Twenty years suffering from malaria and nervous dyspepsia. Write him for particulars. Thousands upon thousands write that Kaskinen has cured them after All other medicines had failed. Write for Book of testimonials. Kaskinen can be taken without any special medical advice f i per . Sold by or sent by mail on receipt of Price. The Kastne co. 54 Warren St. New York. Chichester a English. Of or Iclal and Only a to Iii il��malwa7ibeu�hla. By we of Worthim 1 fest a a main pm to As by a amp Rel collars in letter by 87me Trade a us sued inns. Okla option Sis on Anil Buis a puts Calls Etc. A specially insurance again loan in Toek of emotions circulars and information on App Linamon. Tho theory ref Stock Exchange no curation by Arthur Crump ,f2, Post paid. Table or contents mailed free. Every Speculator should read and study this interesting work. W. Rosenbaum to exch4inqe put esp note York. Feb 14-lm-d&w Pons option i Bave a pm Lelve remedy w tue above Dine Aie Bita no of cases of the Surat kind m t of a Adlung tet been cared. Go Itron u Iny Faith in in to scar Fiat will Bend two b0ttlk6 Pbyk Tii. Dable on this any Al tear. Oit Cabrea and p o add a a do. 111 Fri St., a nov. Ltid#4iiio. Official paper Coutt and City. Tuesday Mabou. 1, 1887. Hiss Julia j. Stenson was married recently in new York to or. Henry p Loomis. The Bride wore a dress More than a Century old. It was made for her maternal great grandmother in 1778 and worn at her wedding when Alexander Hamilton was groomsman and Gen. Washington and his staff were present As guests. It was worn for the second time by the brides Mother forty five years ago. Although the Best of the Public lands have gone it is encouraging to note that there still remain a surveyed about 9,000,000 acres in Colorado 12, 000,000 in Arizona nearly 30,000,000 in California 49,000,000 in Dakota 7,000, 000 in Florida 44,000,000 in Idaho 7,000,000 in Minnesota 39,000,000 in Nevada 74,000,000 in Montana 31,000, 000 in Utah More than 20,000,000 in Washington territory and so on. A Valdosta ga., Man driving along the Road near his Lionie Saav a Large Bald Eagle devouring a Goose near the Roadside. He alighted gathered Light Wood knot and advanced upon it but the Eagle so far from fleeing away at his approach stood by its game and showed fight. The Man walked to within a few feet of it and with a Well directed blow a with the Light Wood knot knocked it Over. Bis Maecky a Large consumption of Brandy during Hia speeches in the Beich Stag has brought out the alleged fact that he has been a confirmed tippler for Many years. After the Franco German War when the treaty of Frankfort was to be drawn up m. Thiers avas in a quandary As to whom he Shouk Send As the representative of France. M. Pouyer que tier to Day a senator was finally hit upon a because he could drink As much As the Chancellor. A one of the smallest oscillating engines in the country was made not Long ago by a citizen of Baltimore my. It is about half As Large As a Collar Button and is hidden completely beneath child a thimble. Its bore is one sixteenth of an Inch and its stroke one eighth. The wheel Shaft and Crank weigh eight grains the Cylinder five and the stand and pillar twelve grains making the whole weight one Pennyweight one Grain. Kun by compressed air it makes three thousand revolutions a minute. 1gn.\tius Donn Elly being asked As to the statement that he had written to a Friend in new York that the cipher Rule in the Shaks Eure plays had failed that he had applied it to a Pericles the a a Winter Stak Quot a Etc., and it would not work said that he could Only reply in the words of Wir John i Al staff a lord lord How this world is Given to lying a he had written no such letter to any person he had never attempted to apply the cipher Rule to the plays mentioned he had enough to do to work out the cipher narrative in first and second a Henry the cipher As a reality As he would soon satisfy the world. The woman Thomas Avo was guillotined with her husband recently at to Morantin was the first female executed in Franco since 1872. The Man it appears met his death with great firmness but his wife made wild supplications for mercy on behalf of her Little daughter to whom she asked the executioners to Send locks of her hair which they Cut off preparatory to her being placed on the Block. She had to be carried in a half inanimate condition to the Guillotine but when her head was placed on the Plank she tried to Jerk it Back and struggled violently. Deiblers men had to hold her Down by the shoulders until the knife fell. While the blood was being sponged the husband was led to death. He embraced the chaplain three times and then placed his head calmly on the Block. The Guillo tining of the woman has been described by some of the Eye witnesses who were accustomed to capital executions As the most horrible scene which they had Ever beheld. Texas Panhandle. I a glimpse of some of its social institutions. The a cure ally Trade. Fortunes made by substituting new names for common things. A file whih took place lately in a Remote Village in China destroyed a collection which was one of the most remarkable in the world says a foreign letter writer. The descendants of confucius Are the Only persons outside the Imperial family whose titles descend unimpaired from father to son. In other cases the songs title or rank in the nobility is one degree lower than his fathers so that every Noble family in the course of a few generations merges in the commonalty. The male heirs of the family of confucius Are Dukes and have resided for nearly Twenty five Hundred years in their ancestral Home in the province of Shantung. The residence was recently destroyed by fire and All the historical articles presented by successive dynasties and admirers of the philosopher during All these centuries were consumed. As the present Duke is a Lineal descendant of confucius 4here can be no doubt of the authenticity of the col lotion which can now never be replaced a population Over we Aioli the state and if Atlon Hare or actin Auy no a thu or criminal jiirisdiotl<m->ster7bod7 i own lawyer. If tie truth were known the Panhandle of Texas would be voted the political social and material curiosity of this country. There is nothing like it in this country or any other country. It is strictly original stands out by itself and freezes on to its peculiarities with a steadfastness characteristic of America in general and t. Was in particular. The Panhandle covers a territory about is Largo As the state of new York. It extends from the Indian territory on the North Arnost to the Texas amp Pacific rail Load on the South and from new Mexico on the West almost to the fort Worth amp Denver Iii Road on the East. It is larger than Many european countries that sing loud in ail International chorus. Within its confines Are mountains and forests lakes and streams valleys and Rivers Iron mines Copper mines Silver mines Coal mines that Are Kuom of and perhaps much More Mineral wealth Liat is not known of hamlets ranches caves mesas Mineral Springs Steep precipices Shady Groves and Many verdant Plains. The Panhandle is divided into fifty three counties but not More than six or seven of them Are organized. The people of the Panhandle have a very supreme contempt for Law and have not much More use for a sheriff or an attorney than they have for a grass Burner or a cattle thief. When the word a a Law is used it should be remembered that it applies to the enact meets of what the Panhandle folks contemptuously term the a Austin Law there is an unwritten code in the Panhandle and woe to the Man who violates it. A Man must not steal cattle in the Panhandle neither must he Cut fences Burn grass fill up Wells with drug. Earth break dams or kill a Man in cold blood. There Are less than 100 women in the Panhandle and they Are All Good women. There Are no Jaus in the Region fines Are looked upon with contempt and the Only punishment awarded to those who violate Tho code of the Region is death or expulsion. If a Man kills another in a fight he has to answer before Nola Cotui his right to kill a Man in a fair fight is not questions l judge Ltd Chi a Justice. If a Man kills another by stealth that is if he steals up behind him and plunges a knife in his Back or shoots him unawares a judge Lynch immediately takes hold of the offender administers rigid Justice devoid of technicalities or quibbles or stays of proceeding and if the murder was cold hooded and cowardly the murderer is More certain of being hanged than he would be in St. Louis Chicago new York san Francisco new Orleans or Galveston. If a Man is convicted of cattle stealing before judge Lynch he is certain of being hanged. If a Man is caught cutting a Fence or setting fire to grass he is shot Down without hesitation or if subsequently arraigned before judge Lynch and it is shown on testimony direct or circumstantial that he was Guy to of the offence he win be hanged. This is about All the care they have in the Panhandle. A Man must take care of himself. He must fight his own Battles. If he is not Able to fight if he is afr Cid to fight if he has any prejudice against lighting he had better seek some other Ion than the Panhandle of Texas for an abiding place. In fact the Panhandle might be described As one vast Region devoid of Law defying Law getting along comfortably without How. Of course the great majority of the Panhandle people Are not addicted to reminiscence. I lie Man who receives mail matter from a former Home in another state is a rarity. But of course there Are exceptions. No doubt Many Panhandle men could prove that they Are a earing the same name now that they inherited from their parents. But it is not considered Good taste in the Panhandle to to get too inquisitive and the Man who persists in delving into the affairs of another Man is almost certain to have a fight on his hands Aviti out unnecessary delay. The people Are social hospitable and generous. The ethical code of the Region forbids any inquiry concerning a stranger. If Tho new arrival wants a at wire punching or Une Riding it is taken for granted that it is his intention to become a permanent resident if he Loans around without attempting to secure a at anything he becomes an object of suspicion. Detectives sometimes have the Hardihood to penetrate the Panhandle but if they should be suspected they Are invariably treated to hospitable Graves. Detectives and lava officers Are not wanted and will not be tolerated in the Panhandle. The permanent sojourners in the Region make no pretence of denying that they Are there because of a disagreement Avith the rules of action proscribed by Law in the regions whence they came. It is a Republic of toleration and mind your own business is the . Globe Democrat. Liere do Tho pins go a where do a the pins go to a asked a Friend of me the other Day and a what becomes of All the dead Birds a a i asked in reply. This Brief colloquy led me to try an Experiment. Having a Day at my disposal in consequence of a slight indisposition and the weather being Fine i determined to devote a a Hole Day to looking for waste pins and dead Birds. I first he med All Over the Toor of my room for pins and As i passed out of the House made a search along a the Haus and at the front door but i could not find a pin. I then walked along the Street All the morning looking for pins and dead Birds but found none. In the afternoon i took in several of the Parks. I i hunted near the seats for pins and under All Tho Trees and in the crevices of fences for Birds but a in vain. Toward evening i realized How beneficial it is to walk a Savith an object a but i did not have a single pin or Bird to show for my Hunt. I was commie led to admit that it was something of a Puzzle to Tell what became of them. Not however that i never see a stray pin or a dead Sparrow. I have met with a number of people who it never saw a dead Goat or a dead mule but everybody has picked up a pin and at Long intervals seen a dead Birch. The Puzzle is that while so Many Mill oils of pins and Birds must be gotten away with everyday we find so few of them. By the Way i think i never saw a dead Pigeon in my Roumal Whistler and wild. A Boston artist tells this Story of Whistler and Oscar Wilde who has the reputation of Bor roaming whistlers Bright speeches. Having heard the artist say an unusually Good thing Oscar exclaimed deploring by a i wish i could have said that. A a a a of a a replied Lii steer derisively a but you know you flu say Sarsaparilla by any other name would be As Good and pay it is the name he endeavours to manufacture and often it is a costly Giro Ess. The i Public buys and pays for the name and there is no false pretence about it. A words Are words and things Are things. The question is the connection Between the word and what it this is the thought upon Wlinich or. Sar Cey has made an excellent Book. So far As it apples to such goods As depend upon Large advertising it is a thought that must have struck Many people. There Are Many compounds in a drug store that Are in no very strict Accord with the labels they Bear. A but the Point is this a said a druggist who has been on Broadway for Many years a the people have to pay so much for advertising. The Consumers pay it All in the end of course. For instance quite a number of these Patente Ltd articles Are of simple ingredients and very few of them. There Are a lot of old fashioned remedies in general use since our great grandmothers time. The manufacturer takes Oue of these whether it be rhubarb or Senna or friars Balsam or what not and he decides on a catching title for it. This title he advertises every where until people begin to try the goods. Advertises o is the Taino. A in Many instances they Gro v to have Faith in them. A lady Cam in Here today and purchased a Dollar remedy largely advertised. My next customer might have been one who risked for the very same drug by its common name and he would a e been supped Frith it for ten cents. No. We done to make any Large profits on this Patent business because we have to keep such a varied Stock and if the goods have not a ready Sale we Are Likely to lose. A take it that the drug costs ten cents Only. Here is a dentil in ice for instance. That is simply Croton water Avith a Little alcohol a dash of color and a Little perfume. A Ery Little else. But there the pretty the engraved Label the Man Ner in which it is put up. This win bring up the Cost to about thirteen cents. You May put on a the Way from ton to forty cents a for advertising and then it is sold wholesale for fifty or sixty cents. It is the advertising that costs tie Money. The Best remedy in the world would be of no use without it. A the name is a great thing. To matter if it bears any reference to the article or not it it is attractive and catching. Of course a Man does occasionally spend $50,000 or even $100,000 in advertising and his article does not take but very rarely. A it Ith sufficient advertising you can sell anything. The Patent Nie it Licine business is a business of advertising More than of scientific cry or manufacture. In it the a pit Aust places All his finds and All his Hopes. The number of fortunes it has Matle from Holl it Navy up Are enough to fill a prescription York Star. Powers behind throne. Mrs. De broker and so you can to afford it he or. De broker impossible. The Fortune i expected to make this year has fallen Flat because the european a tavers did not go to War As every body thought they would non sequently Grain and provisions aver Down instead of up. A do those Powers Noav a War would do us go Ltd a a of a a in la bet a Cookey that horrid miss million who married a Gennan Prince kept them from fighting just to spite Omaha Fine floors in Russia. The finest floors Are said to be seen in Russia. For those of the highest Grade tropical woo it is Are exclusively employed. Fir and Puie Are never used As in consequence of their Sticky character they attract and retain dust and dirt and thereby soon become blackened. Pitch Pine too is liable to shrink even after iveing Well seasoned. The mosaic Wood floors in Russia Are often of extraordinary Beauty. One in the summer Palace is of Small squares of Ebony inlaid with Mother of Pearl. A considerable Trade is done in Dantzig and Riga by exporting Small blocks of Oak for parquet budget. The treatment of a Felon. Or. W. Halbert is an advocate of the conservative treatment of Paronychia. He treats it Avith Salt and turpentine allowing the mixture to remain on the Finger several Days moistening the Salt twice a Day with tie Oil of turpentine. In the forming stage of a Felon he wraps the Finger firmly with surgeons silk isinglass plaster and applies the mixture Over it leaving it undisturbed for two or three and surgical reporter. A�z�zt1septic surgery. The Jpn lie like to be Humbug eds a catch in title for a simple drug the Boad to Succes Tho Alfh much advertising. People in the country can look Back to the time a Hen the quack doctor visited their Travus and villages and expatriated upon the i Lood purifying qualities of Sarsaparilla from his buggy in the Street. He offered a decoction of it cheap in a or sold the Root itself Avith instructions How to treat it. Sarsaparilla was found to be of Sera ice and it became and has remained a Faa Orite Medicine in one form or another and indeed is found in every Saloon As a regular beverage. Only some ten years Back a gentleman from California with winnings from the gambling table advertised broadly a specific cure to relieve tie physical disorders for which Sarsaparilla had been so generally adopted. He gave it a High sounding name published testimonials As to its and tues gave it away to the druggists on condition that they Shodd not sell it under a certain Price and in this Way created a demand for it. The people who tried it As a Medicine were satisfied with its results and it is now a business paying a handsome Revenue. Like to be hum bugged. Noav if you happened to be a chemist of some repute and truthfully told the Public that this Medicine was Only Sarsaparilla and i hey could get As much for ten cents As Here was in this Dollar with the newfangled name would they be thank Ltd not at All. They would shrug their shoulders and say because the Public Hoo to be hum bugged. That is All that it is. No lawyer could make out a charge of swindling in the Case mentioned. He does not sell something for Sarsaparilla which i is an inferior he simply takes As his motto Progress made in the Art within a few years. Improved methods of Sor Poiry Ohleh produce astounding results berlins of wound by a fint late Ute on a Cassity of cleanliness dressing. Fifty years ago on the minutes of the Pennsylva Ania Hospital in this City Especial mention avus made of the fact that an amputated Finger had healed by a first intention Quot that is a out the process of suppuration and a emulation which is the usual Mode by a Vich tissues heal. At the present time it is usual and not to usual. To an amputated leg heal by the a first intention a As Well As the wounds made in the performance of nearly All major and minor operations of Smy Geisy. So rapid has been the Progress in the improved methods of what is known As Antiseptic surgery that Many medical men Are Aston med to hear of the results that Are being obtained and the general pubic Are not at All aware of the great advances in the surgical Art. Indeed Antiseptic surgery has been in its infancy for less than a dozen years and has Only received its i perfect App cation Avi thin a few months. In the human body there exists a reparative Coaver by which the separated fragments of a broken Bone Are United and the Cut surfaces of a around Are United. The Simi it let Mode of Healing an of ten wound is by the a first intention or a immediate Union a for Avrich surgeons his aimed for hundreds of years. Uliey Hill observed it in rare instances and Alfh ked non it As a possibility but As stated they Seldom succeeded in getting it and the instances in which they did get it Avert deserving of special note. If Union fails by the a first intention inflammation Supervene and Healing is accomplished by a Long and tedious process of suppuration and granulation requiring sea Cral a Cess or perhaps in it nits for the closure of a around of any considerable size. And this is Ahvay connected Avith a great Drain on the vital fit re a and danger from 1 1 Ood poisoning. The modern method. What is Antiseptic surgery it consists of certain precautions and appliances for the exclusion of the air and with the air of the numerous germs of disease and putrefaction v. Linch float in it and Tho application of ii germicide which destroys the vitality of these germs during and after operation. I he More perfectly this is done the More Likely jul there be procured the primary Union or Union by a first everybody knows that a Cut of a Finger if Iii of aptly tied up and kept at rest Avill heal readily but if it be be i elected and Alloa de to get particles of dirt and the germs of disease into it there is considerable the injured member beco Jues i painful and swollen discharges Matteis and is slow to heal. Anzisi Pic surgery Aims at the simplicity of it Domestic practice the accurate Coap tation of the parts Proa Misiun being made for the free Dis chair be of secretions from the around and the seclusion of the air and germs of disease. By the adoption of Antiseptic Meas my is the surgeon simply follows natures indication. He puts the parts in the Best possible condition to heal and nature does the Healing. The methods adopted in order to secure this Success Are simple and lint a Mettle More expensive considering the first Cost but infinitely less costly than Tho old Way of dress ing. When consideration is made for the time and Vui late of repeated dressings and the lessened risk of blood Jwilson Inland death from exhaustion from prolonged suppuration. Cleanliness essential. The most element in Antiseptic so Gery is cleanliness. The part to be operated upon or the Point of Iti jury and adjacent tissue is first thoroughly scrubbed Avith soap Anda Fine Brush. It is then slaved to remora e hair and dead cutaneous cells and aftera Ards washed wit ii , to remove fat and oily matter. It is the Chi Ava hed with an Antiseptic solution and the operation is begun. A Small Stream of the solution is played upon the parts at Short intervals As the operation . Every opening in the tissues is washed out with this solution. The parts Are brought together with catgut sutures which haae been rendered a it epic and these sutures Are absorb etl , there is nothing to come away. Catgut being an animal tissue is capable of absorption and is used for Lig Turing vessels saving up the parts and for drainage. For this purpose several strands Are placed in Tho deeper part of a wound and Drain by Capillarity y. After their a Are no further secretions Are absorbed. Meter the superficial opening his been closed and the edges brought into close a strip of a protective Quot is Laid Over 11 0 line of sutures. Over this is spread a fold several thicknesses of Gauze Antis optically prepared and dusted thickly on it surface with Iod form. Over this is placed Cotton Antiseptic and the Whf it be dressing is confined in place by roller Banda ties. This dressing is put on Avett All Tel. And almost dripping with the Antiseptic solution. The is not Chan a ital. Guidess there is some is in that All is not Tiloi Wilc Well until a pro or time has eloped and it is known that the parts Haa o healed. T under these methods Hospital and Erysipelas Are very rarely eau of entered and there is so Hittle discharge of pus that recently it was impossible get enough for a Sample for exhibition to a class at a medical College. This Elliod with slight changes in the detail is now a employed �1 even y Good Hospital in t in country and by a Ery surgeon Avo is no with i be times. A in Philadelphia North i i a rican. 25, Oil it co.9ts Only $2 a Day to furnish the Power for the electrical Railroad at to Ronto Canada. A correspondent asks a where can me Send to get pecks Patent ear Drums an invention for enabling people to hear who Are deaf slightly or otherwise a write to f. Hiscox 849 Broadway new York stating cause and particulars of your deafness Aud he will give Yon All the Points desired. Read the following from the medical e Cord a a lecturer in one of on hospitals while illustrating Progress in medical science introduced a deaf patient whose Case a fixed ail medical skill and was considered hopeless. But an invention belonging to f. Hiscox new York having been recommended it was used with very satisfactory results As it fully restored the hearing. It was tested in other oases and found to be More soc Essal than any known device for the Relief of deafness As hearing lost for Many years was fully restored by it. The invention is All the More satisfactory As it is out of sight and does not require to be held in position. And while it can be readily removed or inserted by the patients themselves it is withal curative in Youon and 0omfortableto grm test oar of Earth for win test a More a Nickle than any other known Moedy Rheo Mathiam. Neural Tala swelling stir neck Bis bums scalds Guta Lombe nine salvation Oil bears on. Register a a Trade Mark and it Rar or. Bairs con conc at once. High snip to in cure Ron Price Only 25 ctr. M . I cure fits when i by Ltd to l or it or an merely to Elop Beia pc a time and the. A i Tiu mrs Tum .i.-Ain. I Mesa a Cal Cara. I Irno rugs i be Tho of p1t9, Dpi it psf or Famoso Sackx its 3 Tiff Ione Andy. I warrant my r Nisi in to rum tie Cash. Bbl Jiow it then have fast a Ltd in nor Ltd Ion for not not it a recent log a a a. Benci at once for a Trentis a and a pro Bottis of it of ainu remely. A Jive exp fax poet office. It Ooatha for a trial i Wil Mno you. Address up. 11. O. Loot 1-3 Pearl St. A a into if. Not. 17.d&w-<mo. Wilson dashboards. These Wash boards axe made with a Bent Wood rim. The Strong est boards and beat was Exa in to a world. For Sale by All dealer. Taka no other. Saginaw �,0., Sacia Awa ailed of Regis Ltd a notice to the ladies i have secured the agree of for or. Mcgil 1�?T famous specific Granire Blossom. A posit Luff cure for All female diseases. Every lady 3a it treat herself. A circular of explanation i 1 a trial Box free. Oct 2 i-d&w8mo Thieme amp Gross. Pranks amp Wellman undertakers and embalmers Corner main and Clinton streets we warrant our Price i less than anyone else in the Oitt. Mays by tvo. Or. T. J. Dills has his office at Hia residence 108 Fia St Berry Street whare he a exd Vaive att a Nunn to a Dihe Absi i of the Lyk a gtd eat i office hours 9 a. To 3 p. M . Brimmer the Ottja or arts of sign Painter will give his special attention to Fine Sia m pm clan Pali no. 7 Harrison 15 by. 1 Street. Geo. R. Bowen. Lii must wiring. a the ration Given to sanitary plumbing and severing. Bath tubs boilers water closet sinks hydrants Yard Hose by fuss trimmings for engines Etc. No.110calhoi n8t. D h. A a hrs m. I it Innon physician and Surg icon. Office 76 Calhoun Street. Residence. His Wear Wayne Street meat Down boiling in meat.5o per la Koa Ste. H to 9o per in per la Sau Saffe. 8c per la hams. 12v4perlb Lamb veil and Racon Etc., at Bottom Price at halleb�?T8 meat Mak Jet. 66 South Cali Oun Street. To Naos of a. Hatters let son o<plumber8l> Ste anti and Fitt is. A Dsa Libbs in fixtures main Street East of Clinton fort Wayne ind. M fori Iron Al m pipe lift and Force pumps Sheet Bath tabs Wash Bon 1 rubber Hose Eta. Old �4 fixtures a a off refill to in roused fui4 mad

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Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!