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“One good turn deserves another.” In April, 1885, we paid into your treasury Five Hundred 'Dollars ($500). We are now going to give you more. On the 2d of January, 1886, we signed a contract with your Grand Officers to pay into your treasury a royalty of one (1) ceņt, on every pound, of “RAILROAD PLUG" that we sell in the next five years.,
If every member will assist by chewing this tobacco, asking for it continually in stores that do not keep it, and asking his friends to try it, the royalty, paid into your treasury will reach a large amount per month.
See that each butt of tobaoco bas our name on it.
The above statement is correct. Ask your dealers to keep the “RAILROAD PLUG."
P, M. ARTHUR, G. C. E.
U. S. and Foreign Patents, Trade-marks, Labels, and copyrights Secured. Expert Opinions
Rendered, Searches Made, etc., etc. Railroad Work a Specialty.
SHOULD BE IN THE HANDS OF EVERY PRACTICAL RAILROAD MAN IN THE MECHANI
CAL AND OPERATING DEPARTMENTS.
General Western Office, Lakeside
American Railway Publishing Co., 32 Liberty St., N. Y.
Cheapest and Most Reliable. Five Drops a Dose.
BEST REMEDY FOR WANT OF CIRCULATION, OR
READ WHAT PEOPLE SAY.
ROCKAWAY, N. J., October 21, 1886. I have used about one-third of a bottle of your Kidney Cure and have found great relief. I have been so I have kept my bed for a week at a time ; now I am working and feel quite strong. I advise all railroad men who are troubled with their kidneys to try this remedy. It is sure cure. Yours truly,
JOHN VAN FLEET, Foreman on High Bridge Branch of the C. R. R. of N. J.
ALBANY, August 17, 1886. For the past thirty years I have been a great sufferer with kidney and bladder difficulty. I have been treated by our best physicians without avail. After having taken one bottle of your kidney and bladder cure, I find myself greatly benefited, and from what I have heard of its doing for others I expect to be entirely cured.
HARVEY SWANN, Corner Congress and Swan streets.
ONEONTA, N. Y., Jan. 13, 1886. A. D. DIMMICK-Dear Sir: Your Kidney and Bladder Cure has done wonders for me. Before taking it I was so bloated I could scarcely get on my clothes or boots; but before I had used half of the first bottle, I was surprised that the severe pain about the back and loins had entirely disappeared ; and I am only about three-fourths as large as before using it and yet am about the same in weight. I am truly grateful that the discovery was made. Any party wishing to correspond with me regarding this matter, I would be pleased to inform them regarding my case, and the great benefit received from the use of your Kidney and Bladder Cure. Very truly yours,
PRICE $1 PER BOTTLE. Sold by leading Druggists and Dealers. If your druggist hasn't got it, ask him to send for it. Write for four-page circular containing numerous other testimonials to the
THE BROTHERHOOD MEDICAL CO.,
ONEONTA, N. Y., Who are the proprietors of the Kidney and Bladder Cure, and six other New Household Remedies.
RAILROAD MEN SHOULD USE NONE BUT THE BROTHERHOOD REMEDIES.
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, Brotherhood of R. R. Conductors, Brotherhood of R. R. Brakemen, Brotherhood of R. R. Yardmasters,
etc., etc., etc.
RAILROAD CAPS. The Celebrated ARMSTRONG CAPS for Conductors,
Brakemen, Baggagemen, etc., etc.
The Celebrated Armstrong Uniforms for
Knights Templar, Uniformed Patriarchs,
1.0.0. Fu K.P. and other societies,
, 1. O. C.F., K.P.
AND ALL OTHER SOCIETIES.
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES.
E. A, ARMSTRONG, 208 & 210 JEFFERSON AVE.. DETROIT, MICH
L. HAYWARD, Managers Northwestern Department, St. Paul, Minn,
W. H. MEAD, Manager Southwestern Department, St. Louis, Mo. This Company is devoted exclusively to Accident Insurance Business, and makes a SPECIALTY of Accident Insurance among Railroad Employes, on the Installment Plan. The Company has paid 10,000 claims and has never contested a valid claim at law. The losses are paid on reception of satisfactory proofs. No restrictions on residence or travel. In case two oyes or limbs are lost, one-half the policy is written for is allowed. Policies non-forfeiting in case of change of occupation. This feature was introduced by "The North America."
Rates are as low as experience will justify.
PROTECTION FOR WATCHES
It has been found from experience that the time-keeping qualities of a watch are destroyed by coming in contact with magnets, dynamo machines, or electric generators, and can only be restored by being DEMAGNETIZED; also the regulation of a watch is very seriously interfered' with by "magnetic belts," " electric pads," and similar personal appliances, and many persons are so magnetic that it is impossible to regulate a watch in their pockets.
The "adjustment” of any watch is valueless in the presence of magnetism. Electric and magnetic influence have a much greater effect on the "rate" of a watch than either "temperature,
The application of Anti-Magnetic Shields to pocket time pieces promises to be of very great importance to horologists and watch makeis; it will render operative the fine adjustments and mechanisms wbich hitherto have been made almost nii and inoperative on account. of their susceptibility to the all pervading magnetic influence. Send forIllustrated Catalogue.
GILES BROS. & CO., CHICAGO.