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im page sis THE SALT LAKE TBIBTO OTESPAY MTO DE0EMBEK to I
1 Brillianl Prospects
I of a Piociic Properly
fflu Salt Lakers Interested Believed to
9U Have a Good Thing New Com-
jn pany to Build Mill.
Rjj The Southern Nevada Mlnlns & Rcduc-
IHd 'on comPanv niis recently been Incor-
1 porntcd under ,tho laws of "Wyoming foe
I 1.000.0CO shares of a par vnluo of 1 per
J 1 share, with the following ofllccrs, who
II 1 also composo the directorate President,
I I Samuel Doll of Chicago: vlco-presldcnt
m .and Kcneial manager, T. J. Montgomery;
Ml A. M. Gordon, trcasuror: Judge llonry
Q Riven, pcorolary, all of Salt Lake City,
fll and James Tullock of Plochc. nuperlntond
H ent. The company has twonty-ono claims,
n comprising 374 acres, about ono and one
H half miles northwest of Pioche. Tho
H claims Ho along tho samo oro channel and
zone on which aro tho famous old Ray
B mond-Ely and Meadow Valley mines,
U from which was taken over ?G0,000,000 dur
st i ln the early 70s.
m At this time on tho property thcro aro
n over 13C0 foot of workings, Including tun
H note, drlft3 and shafts, says the Mining
Bl World correspondent A number of the
1 latter, however, aro. what vinny bo rightly
jj termed prospect shaf t8, sunk to find tho
D vein matter and dotcrmlno tho continuity
JJ of tho vein. Including tho oro found on
fl several dumps, and that uncovered by tho
8 workings, a conservative estimate places
K the oro thus found at 22,000 tons, and from
IB sampling and assay tests show an avor
gi age value closo to $20 per ton. Gold, silver
HI and lead are tho ores found, tho gold pre
nyl dominating In valuo
flfc Tho deepest shaft Is found on tho Ophlr
Sfl claim and Is 103 feet. A seventy-foot Bhaf t
hJj la on tho Cuprllo King. On tho Geldcr
BJI group are two tunnels, one In ISO feet and
Di ono 200 feet On tho West End claim Is a
III 250-foot tunnol, and on tho Gold Eaglo
vl Consolidated a soventy-foot tunnel. In
Bjj the Ophlr shaft, about eighty-live foot
Mil from tho top. Is a four-foot vein of ore,
H three Inches of which samples JC0 and tho
JM balance $20. Tho various tunnels aro all
Wl In oro now. On tho Lost Treasure, on
M which a shaft Is now befng sunk, a slx
H foot vein of oro twenty feet from the sur
JH face has been encountered. Tho vein mat
i tor Is found In tho quartzlto formation,
U characteristic of the section.
m Tho company hopes to have a fifty-ton
m mill In operation early In May next year,
In and may Increase this so as to handle cus
M torn ores, of which there Is a considerable
Bl quantity closp by.
IH "WABASH MAY BE IN ORE.
n Stockholder Kefuses S5 a Share No
m Short Interest.
H Notwithstanding tho reticence of officers
D of tho Wabash company, tho belief Is
B steadily growing that the present valuo of
H Its stock Is duo not to market manipula-
gill tlon, but to the fact that enough ore has
Wl been found to warrant the assertion that
HI at no distant tlmo the property will prove
BjJ2 a dividend-payer.
Hid A dlrccor and large stockholder said
M yesterday that his stock was not for sale
fflW at 5 a slftire. Ho intimated that ho
bB placed this value or It not on account of
I the present demand, but because he cx-
111 poctcd to receive good dividends from tho
HI property at no far distant tunc.
M He stated that ho, with others, had been
Wm "digging" for a number of years to keep
ffifl the property opened and that now their
01 sacrifices were practically ended and tho
mm reward seemed In sight,
un It has been ascertained that there 13
Hfl practically no short interest In the stock.
In . The small Interest dovclopcd was not suf-
IH tlclent to warrant a squcezo. The buying
Hm Is being done, it is stated on good nuthor-
HRj Ity, by agents of persona who aro thor-
Hfl oughly acquainted with the prospects and
JJJJ dcslro to acquire tho stock as un-lnvest-
HOre and Bullion Settlements.
Oro and bullion aettlomcnts for yesterday
totalled JlSt.SW, A3 reported by McCornlck &
Co, they wcrer Amerlcnn bullion, ?I2,&00; cold,
sllvor and lead ores, $111,300.
In tho metal market silver scored a stiff
ndvnnco to CU centa an ounco. Copper wan
quoted at HH cents a iound and load at
III San Francisco Mining Stocks.
H SAN FRANCISCO. Dec, 19. Tho official
Bfi closing quotations for mlnlnc stocks today
flH were as follows:
(flj Andes S .17 Mexican 1.05
H Belcher 17 Occidental Con 7S
M Best Si B 55 Ophlr 3.10
MM Bullion .20 Overman 03
MM Caledonia 41 Potosl 11
MM Chnllengo Con. .. 3) Savago 10
MM Chollor 21 Sep. Belcher 01
yn Con. C & V 1.10 Sierra Nevada ... .3S
MM Con. Imperial 01 Sliver Hill S7
MM Crown Point 13, Union Con 41
fflm Exchequer 12 Utah Con 03
Ml Could & C. 18 Yellow J H
IH Halo & N 97 Syndlcato 10
n Justice 03'
H NEW TORK MINING STOCKS.
HO . Adamo Con .20 Uttle Chief 03
Eg Alice GO Ontario 3.W
, Brcoco ,. ,11 Ophlr 3.i0
UX Brunswick C 1C Phoenix .OS
BH Comslock Tunnol . .OS Potosl 12
Iff Con. C & V...... 1.C0 b'avago .21
Horn Silver 1.C5 Sierra Nevada -iO
HJ Iron Silver 1.50 Small Hopes M
HJ Lcadvlllo Con. ... ,02 Standard 1.C0
H BOSTON JIINING STOCKS.
B Advonturo $ C.75 Mohawl: ,
M Alloues 18,00 M. C. & C.,.. A hVi
a Amal. 67.00 Old lomln!on . 2S.w'
BH Am. Zlno 11,76 Osceola ;rj.00
U Atlantic 10.00 Parrot X,M
M 5lnlkhar? Qu'ncy 105.00
B C. ft H....W5SKO.00 Shannon S.G0
M Centennial .... 21. DO Tamarack ..... 113.00
MM, Copper It CT..C0 Trinity 10.75
IH S?ly, V'0SV.-;- u" s- Mlnlnc. 2-J.3714
IB IKirnlnlon Coal. CC.00 U. 6. Oil 10 75
MM Franklin 11.25 Utah 4173
S Oranbv C.12',4 Victoria -liss
If Ifllo Boyalo .. 25.50 "Winona ., n 50
II MlnlnK- 8.50 Wolvoflno lOllw
Bl Michigan so 00
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS.
B03TON-Crawford, Parker. .
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great lorth
crn, Palmer House.
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coatcs.
LOS ANGELES The Angelus. B. r-
?r!,Jl0r 505 Spring street.
NEW YORK-Waldorf-Astorla. Impcrl
OMAHA-Tho Millard. The Paxton.
PORTLAND, OR. Portlnnd Hotel.
ST. LOUIS-Plantrfl'. Southern.
BAN FRANCISCO Palncc,
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlllard, P.alolgh.
PBO GUESS AT CONT. ALT A.
Mill Practically Completed Tram
way Heady in January.
Henry M. Crowther returned yesterday
from tho Continental Alta property, of
which ho Is tho manager. Ho states that
tho power line for tho mill will bo com
pleted by tho end of tho week and tho
mill will be ready to go Into commission
by Christmas. It Is possible that It will
not bo placed In operation until tho first
of tho year, when the flve-mllo aerial
tramway will bo completed. Tho towers
for this tramway will be in position by
Christmas and tho work of stringing tho
coble and placing the rods will consume
a few days more. The upner terminal and
ore bins are completed. The stringing of
a Jlve-mllo prlvato tolephono wire Is now
Mr. Crowther will go to Park City thla
week to Inspect tho American Flag prop
erty, to which ho Is consulting engineer.
WEEK OPEN'S SATISFACTORY.
Barring1 a Slump on May Day, List
With the exception of a steady slump
In May Day, tho market yesterday waa
very satisfactory. In most cases tho list
showed a distinct advance.
May Day opened weak , In tho morning
and took the toboggan to 17 cents. It
recovered slightly on tho afternoon call,
selling at lS'.i. cents.
Waba3h sold at $2.05-2 In tho afternoon
nnd was in demand at the price, with
Victoria, with the dlvldont off. showed
Its worth, with sales at $2.23 a sharo.
Now York was firm during tho after
noon around 27 ecnls.
Daly-Judge fell off below $5.00, 6clllng
during the afternoon on tho open board
SILv;r Shield was steady. Whlto Star
Con, dropped a notch and was to bo had
at 13 cents.
The total sales for the day amounted
to 11,100 shares, for which $13,4l7.S7 was
Tho closing quotations were as follows:
I A. M. P. M.
I Bid. I Asked. Bid. ! Asked.
Ajax f 11 $ .1314 i .11 I .13V4
BullVn-Beck ... 1.00 2.00
Beck Tunnol CO .OS',4
Butler-Liberal . .1111 .12U -121
Carina 13 .H
Con. Mcrcur 2) .31 .30 .3t
Creolo 40 40
TJaly 2.55 2.03
Daly-Judgo 1.02',6 5.17W 4.75 5. 10
Daly West 11 .23 12.25 11.00 12.00
Haglo &. U. B.. .SI .M .SO .S3
Galena 07 07
G. Central 3.00 3.30
Ilom Silver .... 1.23 1-25
Jim Butler tl
T.lttle Chief 0214 .02; .02U .02
L. Mammoth .. .0514 . .0S .GOV,
Mont. Ton 1 1 "5
Mammoth 1.55 l.Cl 1.544 l.M
May Day 17 .18 .1SU .ISTi
Martha IV. -. .01 01
New York 25'.4 ,2fi',4 .! .MW
Ontario 3.00 1.00
Petro 00 00
B. -Anaconda 01 .03
Sunshlno 0-1 01
Swansea 23 .3-"Si .25
S. Swansea .... .03 .07 .01 .07
Sacramento 10 .10 .10 .10
Silver King .... 50.00 C5.W
Star Con 12 ,13 .12; .131
Sliver Shield .. .10 .10 .03? .10
Tonopah 3.23 0.00
Tonopah Bel C5 .73
Tonopah Ex. ... 2.25 2.25
Tetro 1S .20 .17 .10
United Statos .. 24.23 21.50 23.00
Uncle Sam Con 21 .22)1 .21
Utah CO G3
Victoria 2.22 2.27 2.20 2.30
Victor Con. .... .03 .01 0
Wabash 2.01 2.15 2.02 2.03
Ynnkeo Con 35 .41 .35 J
May Dnv, 703 at l$Uo: 1000 at 18c; 1703 at
ISc: 1500 at 17-fcc.
Silver Shield. 1000 at 10c: 2000 at 10c.
Star Con., 1000 nt 13c
Victoria, 100 at $2.2$; 200 at $2.23; 100 at
Butlor-I.lberal, 10C0 at 12c.
New York. 500 at 25c; 500 at 257Hc.
AVnbash, 100 at $2.00; 103 at $2.00, sellor
Butlor-Llbcral, 5000 at 12c.
Daly-Judge, 300 at $5.00; 200 at H.9S,
Iwcr Mammoth. 1503 at 0c; 200 at 0?lc
May Day. 503 at I8c.
Silver Shield, 1000 at 10c.
Shares sold, 21,203, selling value, JGU2.23.
AFTERNOON SALES, f
Con. Mcrcur, 500 at 32c.
Iiwcr Mammoth, 1000 at 0c.
Mammoth, 100 at $1.50.
Mai- Day, 1000 nt lSc; 1500 at lSic.
New" York. 2000 at 27c; BOO at 27c, sellor
nlxty daya; 1000 at 2Cc; 1000 at 2Cc; 500 at
20-Xc; 500 at CCUc.
Wabash, 100 at $2.01; 200 at ' $2.03; 100 at
$2.01; 330 at $2.02.
OPEN BOARD. ,
Daly-Judge, 200 at $4.05.
Lower Mammoth, 2000 at 0c,
Now York, 1000 nt 2Cc; 500 at 25c; 1000 at
?Cc; 1000 at Cc, seller sixty daya; 1500 at
26Hc; 500 at 27c buyor sixty days; 200 at 2C&C.
Sacramento, 1500 at 10c
Star Con., 100 at 13a
Wabash. 100 at J2.01; 200 at ?2 02.
Shaves sold, 19,000; soiling valuo, $7005 C2.
of Empire. Cos.
Horn Silver Vein Strengthening1 With
Depth Committee of Stockholders
' to Visit Property.
In yesterday's mall Secretary Be'orldgu
of tho Empire Con. company at Frlo
burg, Nov., received a most encouraging
report from Manager J. V, Brooks, who
is now on tho ground. Manager Brooks
states that tho rich Horn sliver vein Is
getting stronger and rlchor with develop
ment. This Is tho vein from whloh tho
lnrgo samplo waa taken, ahowlng values
of HO ounces silver, 40 per cent lead and
A tunnel Is now bolng driven at tho
rate of two feet a day on ono of tho
claims, which will cut four most promis
ing ledges. Tho manager states that ho
has stripped tho rich ledgo of gold quartz
from which sensational samples wcro
taken on thrco claims, proving It to bo
4500 feet in length and fully 3lx feet wide.
Becauso of tho efforts of certain per
sons to dotrnct from the merits of the
property, Manager Brooks has invited a
committee of stock holders who aro not
ofllccrs to visit tho properties of tho
company and see for themselves that
tho properties aro all that Is said of
them. The committee expects to lcavo
about December 31. and Mr. Brooks Is
nov, making arrangements for their re
ception. . ... ,
Another shipment of samples will bo
received from the claims as soon as a
wagon can bo secured to haul It.
The proposed extension of tho San Ped
ro to Plocho will enable thl3 company to
ship from a storo of 5000 tons of oro
averaging $35 a ton, which nov Ile3 on
James A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and brok
ers, furnish the follow hie morning closings
on Tonopah ntocks, received over their pri
vate wlro from San Francisco:
Montana. $1.T1.70; Belmont, 71fi73c; Mid
way, 33Cf35c; MacNnmara, 2-1 25c; Rescue C
7c; North Star. 21723c; Extennlon $2 OOfflS.lO;
Jumbo. Ctgt:c; Goldilold. S5SCc, Tonopah, 0
63Hc; Sandstorm. 3Sjt1lc. Jim Butler. 61
centa askud; Red Top, 17?lSc. '
Sales of Tonopah-Goldfleld stocks on tho
San Francisco and Tonopah oxchango for Sat
urday nro reported as follows:
Austin. 4000 at 30c, Bullfrog. 1000 at OOo;
Coldrlold. lno nt 50c, Jumbo, 500 at 70c: Mnc
Namara, COM at 24o; Montana-Tor.opah. 2060
at $t.72'!71.75; Novada-Goldflold. 2000 at 10c;
Now York-Tononah, 2500 nt 13i?14c; Rod Top.
000 at 10c; Sandstorm, 1000 at lie I South Eu
reka, 300 at Kc; Tonopah-Bolmont, COO at 71c;
Tonopah-Mldway. 3000 nt 35fi3Cc; Tonopah
North Star. 6300 at 24c; West End, 103 at ISc
Boston Copper Market. (
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass., Dec 10. The market has
been very quiet today. Commlrslon-houses had
fow orders at tho opening. In fact, thcro
wcio few ordors In sight throughout tho clay.
Hero and there thero was a llttlo trading, but
It was mostly between traders. Tho tono Is
very good, notwithstanding tho dullness and
weakness In Amalgamated. Thero were fow
stocks pressing for oalc, and any activity Is
likely to bring higher prices, as thoro In a
good demand for copper shares Junt under tho
market. Ilornblower & Weoks. brokerk 63
Stato atreot, Boston, and 10 Wall slreetJ Now
York, furnish the following quotations:'
Sales. Illch. Low 'Closo.
Amalgamated 3,010 JCS.50 $."6 W.S7
Bingham v 700 35.00 34.50 31.75
Boston Con 1.075 C.23 C.12
Mcrcur 300 3S.03 30.03 33.00
Daly Went 73 12.00
U. S. Mining 71 2I.S7
Utah 1.052 . 42.50 41.73 12.00
Dr. r. A. II. Franklin, the well-known mi
ning man. returned to tho city yesterday.
D. C. Jackllng, manager of tho Utah Cop
per company, returned yesterday from Colo
rado. Two cars of concentrates from the Ohio Cop
per mlno at Bingham woro markoted yca
teiday. Mammoth reported on the market yesterday
with a nlnety-flvc-ton lot, showing values of
Receipts at the Taylor & Brunton sampler
yosterday consisted of eighteen cars from To
nopah, four from Tlntlc and two from Bing
ham. The Comstock Mining company has placed
an order for a five-drill air-compressor to bo
Installed at tho Park City property of this
Tho Butler-Liberal Mining company, oper
ating In Bingham, will inaugurate shipments
of copper ore Immediately after tho oponlng
of tho new year Manager J. A: Jacobs staler!
yesterday that tho product Is of a grado which
will cnablo tho company to derlvo a good
A fipeclal meeting of tho stockholders of tho
Galena mlno at Fish Springs has been called
for January 6. The purpose of tho mooting
la to ratify tho action of tho board of di
rectors In granting a lease of tho Ruby and
Galena lodn mining claims to tho Utah mine,
togothor wth all machinery, tools, otc.
Articles of Incorporation of tho Vcrna M.
Mining company wero filed with tho Secre
tary of Statu yesterday. Tho company owns
claims bought from J. R. Springer In tho
Snalte Crcok mining district. It Is Incorpo
rated for $25,000, divided Into 250,000 shares ot
tho par valuo of 10 cents each The principal
business placo Is at Heber City. Carson Smith
Is president. J. K. Morton vlco-presldont and
Charles J. Wahlqulst secretary end N. C.
Articles of Incorporation of tho Newhouso.
Copper Gulch & Sovlcr Lako Railroad com
pany of this city woro filed In tho County
Clerk's office Saturday. Its capital stock Is
$50,000. dlvldod Into 500 shares of tho par value
of $100 each. Lafayette Hanchott Is president,
M. M. Johnson vice-president. A J. Bottles
secretary. Henri' L. Irwin treasurer. "They,
with Samuel Nowhouso, constitute tho board
of directors, Tho company ' proposes to build
a railroad from Nowhouso. Beaver county, tfl
Sovlcr Lake, Millard county, a distance ol
about twenty mllca
at yield Camp I
Rich rind Mado at Edge o Tcvrn, and
Active Development on the
GOLDFIELD. Dec. 10. A flurry of ex
citement has been caused here by two f
Iato discoveries of rich oro right nt tho
odgo of town. In fact ono of them, on
tho Whlto Wolf croup, la within the
confines of tho original iown3ite. It waa
found in excavating for a building and
af-snys havo been obtained ranglnu from
$2 to $100 per ton. Tho quartz is Iden
tically the onmo ns January oro. Tho
oilier discovery was mado by "D. C. Berry
on tho Alpha claim, directly west "Of tho
January and Just oulsldo the city limits.
Surface pannlnga havo Indicated -alucs
up to $500 per ton.
On tho townsite ground thcro promises
to bo a bitter legal light. The ledgo was
uncovered by a workman in the employ
of W. S. Madding, who is occupying tho
property as a squatter. "When tho dis
covery of ore was made ho kept, tho fact
quiet until ho had staked out a claim
nnd filed tho location papers. The town-v
silo company, however, Ignores this ac
tion, claiming to havo a valid location
prior to Maddlng's.
Tho reenn t purchasers of tho Cimmeron
fraction havo stajrted active development R
work It will bo remembered a very rich y
strike was mado -on this proporty sev- F
oral weeks ago by prospectors, who pur- t
chased the claim for $4000 and afterward b
turned it for $00,000. Ponding the consum- g
matlon of the deal and cho organization h
of a company tho property hau remained r
On tho Tinhorn of tho Dixie Mining E
company hlgh-grado shipping values havo Jj
recently been encountered In tho bottom t
of tho shaft. The character of tho quartz L
has materially changed with develop- 9
monL Two assay tests ono a cheek on i
tho other returned $352 and $$71. respec
tively. A half Interest In tho capital stock of
the Apex Gold Mining company has been
sold by Frank M. lsh to Colorado capi
talists. Tho holdings of tho company h
consist of a group of exceptionally prom
ising claims in tho northeastern section
of the district. Pay oro has been opened
up on tho group in threo different ledges.
Sullivan, Baldwin and associates, leas
ing on tho north end of tho Patrick claim
ot tho Lone Star group, have oncoun
tcrcd a streak of extraordinarily rich
tnlo that assays un Into tho thousands.
At present the streak Is narrow but tho
lessees bcllevo it will lead to somothlng
The greatest tea-drinkers
are full -bottom Dutchmen.
There isn't much nervous
prostration in Holland.
Best present for son or daugh
ter. Pembroke Stationery Co.
I 54 W. 2nd South. Phones 768.
FRED W. DULFER
Representing Starr & Dulfcr. Tonopah,
COMMISSION STOCK BROKERS.
Members S. F. Merchants Ex . Cal.
Stock Ex.. S. F. and Tonopah Mining Exchange.
W. F. BUND & CO.
BROKERS, GOLDFIELD, NT3V.
Ask for our weekly letter.
Mines and Mining Stock Bought, Sold
and Reported on.
Reliable Information furnished concorn
lnjr Tonopah and Goldfleld districts.
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i Is a season of special rejoicing and
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if Nothing could br more pleasing to
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Is this not conclusive evi
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Wo havo tho exclusive Stato j
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patrons to see the finest lino of
Pianos in tho "West. J
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Leading Musio Dealers, 100 9
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t The very latest In perfumes,
4- such as Azurea and Lo Trifle,
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ftt'Yf ne' Complaint, Deafnesa. C&tmft. Sf,
&CXlb2 U slpolas, Old Sorea. Scrofula,
rffiTO k. s""" Joints, Piles In their want V
ySf.3 J'fS. Thoso afflicted with Epilepsy or
HS J v co permanently cured. JK
S.'StJv By tho aid of tho Jllcroscor
rn VA 1 tcct Calcut. Cancerous Matter, Cfcfc
rir 1 V ot Llfno. Albumen, and all
1 3 oubatances mixed with lh Ut?. t
1 iiW bZ??f Blood. Th'a Is tho aclcnlllle Vk&WA
Cijf'Ax) ( treaUng Chronlo Diseases. Mfj
U$K 'r hi Can bo found at his office, SL t-i
Wfh ' V tel. from 10 a. m. to 4 p, m. Roosiajg.
Wh&s. and 19 7 t0 9 P- jflj
Sy THE KNOWLEDGE OF DlBHUJRj
iLVLF ITS CUHB. ,jt
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! PROSTATIC TEOTEBLES KEBVOUS DBBlBt
permanently cured, no mat- ifV.3 Cures quick ""-ilvflflp c'
tor how long standing the fiTSi 2 t0 60 d3"3i 7
j dlueaae, in from 6 to 20 daya. pCvj. A mous methw.
! STBICTURE M J VARICOCELE flj!'
j cured In 15 jdaya, without 6 romnletclr crd jsMj
, cutting pain, drugs or d- (f K iVTured bV uJ?mW
j tentlon from buelnosa. JtXA oil dl53ErebU SSBCl
.1 WASTING WEAKNES3 M$$gm 5000 d,s,ip.F1fii
I Time or cure. 10 to 6C dayo. V v ST&SAVi
ri by my original, very clruplft IV X gMraatt-
remedy (uaod exclusively by V s5? 11 nyt '
" me- sfmSr MX BLOOD, poison ml'
PRIVATE DISEASES fmM Every ve.iW 'g;
cured In 8 to 10 days, with- feSEW m0VCJ frrv ctV&W
out tho use of poluonoua old of mrcury r mm,
! Consultation la free and Invited, and In consulting mo yu.n tatft.!
nothing that eclonco can devlso or skill perfect has been u" t
yolwasPSlj"' flafo permanent cure. ., hr iM;'
WRITE mo In ful confidence, oxplalninp your troubles as nijr
you, and receive by return mail my honest and candid op,nl . ijJiCMS
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I For nvo conto per pound we guarantee you will f. ,et LW
Q butter. It costs only this much more than other br3n,a3tue best
I which not only carries thlo guarantee, but gives you mwm
I made. It costo but a trifle per meal, why not have the d: JfBfc
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