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GEO. A. McOARTER, " Editob,
WFtClAL COUHTY PAPER.
WKDIT, JTFLY to: 1886.
Hon. Cameron King made the eagle
scream at -Tucson,
St. Johns, Apache county, celebrated
the Fouth.of July.
"Judge Shields -was overcome
heat inTucson recently. I
A calf was found compTetcly roastedJ
near Phenix the other day.
Ex-Chief Justice Sumner Howard
- Ttfoald'like to go to Congress.
Judge Barnes; of Ticsonju mtaition
ed for Delegate by the democrats.
Shaw is now Sheriff of Pima county:
.Paul turfied o'ver'to him last Tuesday.
The Hg,--Thomas Fitch j formerly of
- -iiMraay-ttcfni -,w Mexico and
i.- candidate. jtor V. S. Senator in
JJevadsfc" - -i-Vs.
-. f' i .
It is cbout time that Chairman
aw.. Sfo-eet,;pf(fche Republican Territorial
il.- Central Committee, mnkefome more
. toward 'calling conrention.t
zu IeviBaR.hford, a mugwump, would
Dke therepublican nomination for Con-
.1 gress. JBe gets' a "democratic journal
- -; of-course.
He is from Prescott
V; :K -a fifth volume of California, "Ban-Va-'.cfbftjs
wprk"i will bee issued during
. : the latter part of Jalyj the terrible losi
V ; iifiered by the Author in! the fire of
! . . 5, April 30; having checked' the publica
v 1 ? Uha of hirwopnly temporarily. The
volume referrechto;. cover the period
otgyidiscpvery in 189 and will be
of very great general, asTrelTas local
Of the three Milwaukee liharchigts
whowere convicted Sunday of conspir
acy to burn the Courthouse and ofjn
citingo riot, two arunable to spec
English. 'THus gives a fair idea of the
character of the anarchist" movement
in this country, which is confined to
these freshiy imported foreigners, who I
care nothing for the land in which they
have taken refuge, and who are so 'jig
norant of its institutions that they fan
cy anarchism can flourish in this soil'
as it does in Russia.
: A recent telegram from Springfield
. -Illinois reads as follows: 'The Secfe;
tssry of State to-day issued a license in.
corporating the Colorado River
Grand Canyon Company, to own and
construct for profit, transportation fa
cihties between convenient points on
the line of the Atlantic and Pacific"
Railroad and the. Grand Canyon of the
Colorado Riverj'also to construct a tele
graph line, and, if desired,.: telephone
Kno and. to control, for porfit, stage
coaches, omnibuses, carriages or "other
conveyances betweensaid points. The
incorporators are Joseph W. Hamble
ton,Thoa, H. Wicks and DolphusTor-
. tqv, all of Chicago."
Bean's chances for the republican
' nomination for Congress are fast disap
pearing. The Epitaph will not say
aright against Mr. Bean's character.
i-' ,.'Wje.only speak of his inability to ac
complish any good for Arizona, and
from this knowledge of the man. comes
our opposition to. him as delegate to
' , " The Epitaph is off as usual, Mr.
Bean will have no opposition in the
convention providing the Republican
- Central Committee db'not conclude to
nominate without a convention. The
opposition of the Epitaph is probably
oa the grounds of Mr. Bean's poverty
and inability to stand a levy that the
Epitaph would like to assess:
Following is a sysnopsis ..of Senate
Harrison's bill for checking Territorial
and county indedtedness:
The Senate Committee on Territories
has made a-special study of the limita-
s' tions of the creation of debts by Terri
, tpries of the United States. As a re
suit-of -their labors Senator Harrison
. has introduced a bill providing that nq
Territory of United States shall make
any subscription to the capital stock of
any incorporated company or in any
manner loan its credit to any 'such com-
' pa'oyj that no law of any Territorial
"legislature Authorize any debt to be
.contracted on behalf of such Territory
'except hvthe following cases: To meet
a casual deficit in the revenues, to pay
the interest on the Territorial debt,
to snpress insurrections or to provide
for the public defence; that no politi-
" cal or municipal corporation, county
or other subdivision in any of the Ter-
" ritories of the United States shall ever
become indebted in any manner or for
any purpose to any amount in the ag
gregate, including existing indebted
ness exceeding- 2 per centum on the
thIup. of the- taxable property M'ithin
s-jch corporation ',. i
PROCSEDIHQB OF THE
ARD OF PRISON
ii TM July 5, 11886. )
Not being a legal day theBoartl JUtf
not convene. I-
TUESDAY, JULT 6, 1886:
The: Board convened in regular ses
sion, at 10 o'clock a. m. ;
Present; Hons. Geo. H. Stevens, A;
G-Hubbard, and P.- R.;Brady, Chair
man, and the Secretary.'
In the matter of the report of the
Superintendent:- The" -report of the
Superintendent received, examined,,
cohlidefed, atid ordered of file.
In the matter of pardons: -A -petition
of Charles Dobbs fcr executive
clemency is presented to the Board; is
considered, and a favorable recommen
dation inade to the Executive 3)f "the
Territft " s . y-
A (Rmunication having been pre-,
sented to the Board for consideration,
recommending Herman Chaoer.'fb?;;th'e
clemency of the Executive of tSTerri
to?y, and it appearing from the returns
of the medical officer of the prison,
that said Unaoes u suffering from a t
deceased knee; and in such condition
that a surgical operation at thiB time
would endanger his life; and; increas
ing physical debility rendering, him in
capable of performing any labor;, the
communication is favorably endorsed.
Charles Miller now in confinement
presenting to the Board very strong'
testimony in his favor, as being worthy
of Executive clemency, favorable re
commendation to the Executive is made
in his behalf.
Ia the-matter of the Treasurer of
the Board: The following accounts of
theTT.S.Government are endorsed over
and charged to the Treasurer of the
Board and clothing "0". S. pris
oners, 2ncqr". 1886, 1,050 00
Clothing to discharged prison
ers, 45 00
Amount received 'from said of ...
Ottdemned property, i 8f 00
" (. 31,157 00
In the matter of the-accounts p The
following accounts accrued during th.
quarter, are examined, raidored and
approved lor payment, visi; j
1 T. Gites, services as supt. 75Pj00
2. M. J. Nugent, asst. sapfc. 75.00
3 r$. VT; Ofttady, jeuardTSds 7 20.M
4 A. D.-Johnsoa, d In?. ; 100.W
5 XL. Jenks, t do. 1 m. 100XM)
6 A. Ragel, do lia. :10W
7 W. Smith, - do lm. klOO.OO-j
8 W. H Treichler, do
a aays, ,
9 B. F Hartley io 8 m.
10 R. Beckerto-.,- do 3 m.
11 P. Holland, do 2 m.
12 P. Behan, . do 2 m.
13 E. F. Boyle, 2 do 2 m.
14 R. H. Dunn; do 2m.
ISJohnJuhl, do 2 m.
16Jos.Cottrell, do lm.
17 Thos. O'Rourke, do 3 m.
18 G. W. SoUday, do 3 m.
19 E. Carpenter, do 3 m.
20 P. Avila, do 3 m.
21 Fred Fredley, do 3 m.
22 A. Green, do 3 m.
23 Jno. Markle, do 3 m
24 J. L. Rcssonj serv. med
ical officer, 2 m.
25 P. R. Brady, Commission
er, salary 125, milage
26 G. H. Stevens, Commis
sioner, salary, 125, mil
27 A. G. Hubbard, Commis
sioner, 2 days,
28 C. H. Brinley, services
Secretary of Board,
29 J. L. Shibley, medical ser
.30 F. M. Ht&gS, milk for
31 J. Gandolfo, sundry con-
32 J. Gandolfo. provision ''
33 J. Gandolfo, railroad far
es to discharges, . cash",' ,
clothing,' etc. 1 5s. 5 iy
34 J. Gandolfo, hospital sup- i
36 J. Gandolfo, cash for hon
36 J. Gaudolfo, supplies for
J. Gandolfo, heater for
38 J. W. Dorrington, print'g
39 A. Frank, sundry contin
40 A. Frank, provision sup
41 A. Frank, clothing, bed
42 A. Frank, railroad fares
to discharges, clothing,
43 A. Frank, clothing to dis-
4.4 A. Franbphospital sup
plies, " 151.50
45 GT-RamrrezTfresh meat, 1,122.05
".ZA- ' ?'-- '
The Treasurer of the Board ia fcere-
.. yWhonadto sett
': following accounts, t
settle and ' pay the
the same Ikaving
been examined,7cbiixidered and a pproy-
ed by the Bo'ardj.yiz:
A. Frank, sundry contingent
-" expenses, in repairing and - ?. .
furnishing house, occupied . i
by Superintendent, $678.00
Thomas Gat a "acc't of purch
ase of two mules, for use of
Prison, and the expense of
delivering the.same to the
PrisonJ is examined, can?
'sidered, and approved,
said mules haying been
purchased by order" ct "the
Board, warrant No. 2, 071.00
The following amonnt of pounds of
fresh?beef; to-itr three hundred "and
thirty-f wo pounds, isr?iereby;all'Owed
audited by the Board?. , . 5 j
ine iioara naving jxasmq3;cn(?cer-
tara;propertyi towitthle'e ieestting
rifles, and 1 mujRSmgs3iOanf
una tne same oz no- rarcuur usu, anu
hzviby ndemnJiiVsame fof Eaje.at
pui" auctio xs up ,is jaere.
by directed to sell the'same after ten
day notice, . 5 " , w
'Whereupoa the. Board, adjourned.
sine die. -R B.BRADY,
tgressman "Morrison has received
another setback, in the refusal of the.
house to take up his tarift-biU tfor con
sideration. As in the last congress, so
inthis,-a great deal .pi valuable 'time
has been wasted on tariff tinkering, the
only result being to disturb the indus:
tries ofjtEe country,, so foras? these1 to
be affected by it believed ' there was a
chance of its success, and at one, time
it' seemed possible that the bill .might
at least" get through the house, for this
one avoided the beginning the hori
zontal abwrdfty, and was besides
greatly modified and changed in com
mifctee. There are many republicans
who would vote for ft simple bill to
correct defects in andtfmplifyAlie wdrk :
lugajji too prcscuo tariu,. pup -tnat .18.
.ot what democrats want, anl it
clear that, they jtoll get dUMg else
They have now to go intoH; fet
oanjpai wjithheir btiv fitter and
tariff measure to, carry an'd-jfcith only
) few offices distributed asith.sumtto-
x&ijot results tro'ia'demoraftcadani
istration. It isn't a i brilliant siowuigl'
The publicity given to Ihe increasing
coolness -between President Clland
and Gov. Hill, of New Tork,has led
Col. liamont to explain that there is
no. truth in the report at all and- that
the warmth of the friendship existing
between these- dignitaries increases
with .each succeeding, .day- It is still
believed, however;: thatr GovJ Hill is,
politically speaking, getting ready to
cut the president's throat two years
hehcej and therpresident is" preparing
to'prevent that delicate operation from
being performed.-' It is also believed
by connoiseura in friendship that such
a condition of affairs is inconsistent
with that true and lasting affection
which is6aid, by CoL Lamont to exist
petween tnaprejiaent ana tne gover
IKTESESTI5G T0 LADIES.
Our lady readers can hardly fail 'to
have thejp..; attention called this wejek
to the latest combination of improve
ments in that most useful of all domes
tic implements, the "sewing machine."
As we understand it, a machine for
family use should meet first of all these
iwjmreitients: It should be simple in
its mechanism; it should run easily: it
should do a wide range of work;
shoold-be as' nearly -noiseless as possi
'fife: it 'should, :be light, handsome, d.ura-
ble-and as-cheap as is consistent.! with
These conditions the "Light-Hun-
nine New Home" certainly meets. It
has- also several very important and
useful attachments and., "notions"' of
its own, which go far to make good its
claims to popular favor.
The "New Home" specially recom
mends-itself, to. purchasers on acoDunt
of its superior mechanical construction,
ease of management and reasonable
price. Uver halt a million nave been
sold in a three years, all of wluch
are virig-Wfvfersal'ga'tisfaction. :This
unrivalled machine is manufactured by
the NEW HOME SEWING 7IA
CHINE '.GO. Orange, Mass., and 30
Union Square, New York.
Of all the ladies employed by the
government,'' Hiss' Folsom is tho only
one that has secured a position direct
ly under the President. Although this
is probably not the first lady that has
hold a position under Mr. Cleveland,
she is the only one that has secured
it for life.
i.T, vn-oV M-Trmnf WfelHiSfnfl
1886 account, in thdfreit cwunial;33iR;
ilS Of:PfeM9tfC eflflef !:-' -Sold only
j--.- ,-,? "tv-v i
f i. n rr: -'jilt At
S1IXE TRIAXT -
I . WiwQm.Zeaas: or PM hnjas impaired tbtlr.-.
7.t8 IcilUcrktoai of Toatti Or Ezcef fcrdt Uttvrci
l.-Tbouainrft of eof NcrWnsDekn'ltjraf.BUljd
;lon.'reiiHta oi 1
cured brNerrlt. .N remedr fTerotti
It hu notxml for. cnrln all formi- cf NsXTnif
beneflcUI effect are ImmedUtelx.-percipUWe-. ta a'
tiw treeka after commencing-lUHrta a Ittttng or
renewed Tlzor ud itreortli it apparent.' It eCscti a
prompt and radical core, and U tne obJ7: safe and
tffeetnal remedfjtuown for curing-all-form of Nxs
tous Dnairr- from any caoie. It eSecti are
permanent. No natter bow aggravated txfrcie,bow
manr remedies nu haTe. tried, or how roj dopcj
bare failed. Wbea-Cbe'dlaesaa has baSedtlie skill of
tba ablest phrilclini, when antUncbolr and despair
bar taken the plate 'of hop, and- tne world looks
blink and dreary. NjervitawHl Inspire new life ana
ptrmanentlr cure body andihlDd. 14.137 cases cured
bj Its nse In 1SU. strong faith that It will core btt
casi prompt ns to send a trial packare on receipt of U
tiao & ,Washlntoa St,
r.O.BoxSC , CHICAGO. ILL.
Price per Paciase, $1.00. 8xfer$5.0a
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ot Knn ana ma ne. i n
ThjP 4fi!ercanile Ho"ge of Y"ma Count1'.
TCORHEBOP MAIDEN tAJfBAND THIBD BTBEETS' ?
W HOLJtSAliK. AHD RETAIL DEALER IN
Groceries and pry'Otodv .
m iri Tv.rtrnTJ-A rp-x r-nATT1 f The
liiiYJLiiK. I r PiM I IVtCilN 1-1 yoong
excessive indUzence broucht upon theniselves nerrous
produdh? ote of the fonoWirig effects: Nervousness.
'ower. Painsln the Back: e.c. etc.. for all such derangement permaneftt cure ia guaranteed by the use
or x'suouir raroaxxxxoxxx.
Tanv Trealmenl Prescribed by the Leading Phyjiciani. ' Rd Whit They Say.:
St, Louis, Mo., Feb. 10, 188C. theprofesslcA'tomieW taiOTmv '.,
For more than three years I have used Tamar
TretmSlt with the best results. I recall now
several casesfef seminal weakness and debility with
all its evil consequences I have treated during the
past year, wMch nave been cured by the use of the
Treatment, 'and several of this cases were. n
the last stafes. The composition of the different
medicines coitaincd in- the Trbatmsst. indicateand
its effecte'pKvg tt to be a' specific restorativeof nerve
and sexual P er. You are at liberty to use my let
ter in any wiy that will contribute to your pleasure
or profit. There are so many nearly worthless .pro
prietary meddncs of this kind on the market (and
every day is adding to their number) that when one
is found to io really valuable I think it the duty of
Tauah Tuitvest is sold on its 'merits. Each, packacrei contains all medicines neeesaarr fbf ore one
month's home treatment, with full and .complete instructions how to exercise, diet, bathe etc, price Tjjux
Tosatjiest per package $2.00: three packages $3.00 sent prepaid and secHrely'sealed'ori reeerpt ot price;
Tavab TasmiBST having been used so successfully in private practice and in the hospitals of St . Louis for
the past fifteen years, and knowing, as we do, its wonderful curative effect. -"1 gi.- "." following
guarantee:-. With eacnorder for three packages (3 month's-treattnenjenc: p. . 1v-.t. ." writ-,
ten cuaran tee to refund the monev if the Treatment does not efff-ct a cure. .F . :sscu-: C-.K. 7'. c. re
ceipt ot 1. as joeurity against loss." Send moneyby
risk. Address: DK. E. L. BLAKE and Co., Sole Proprietors S. W. Cor. Sth aaa Market Bts., Kt, Louis, KO,
KTO'alvrayrdii tie crcMt,braacU o.
WINES, LIQUORS "
And' eVefjlhlng'peVislnlnjr to a firit'-ckM mtieoa'
There are.gulet reading ,and cub:"wom. connected
with the establishmen, which make It ai attractive
rendexxous fsr.-ffenUesaes.:-' i-
COMVSSCtKO SUKI) AT," DECEMBER 7th, at -4
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VrfflleareLoa ANGEliS is'foUowi: . ""
QsOcAtuK.crDalJy. San jfrawtisco
O throagh freight and Uklrd-elaaa at
1 comraoia'tioS. V ?orc
''traltt-- t( tVAiS! I?iRv B. tk 8aa "
UODlca. ;...-. (..- ; a- i f. fi.
11 train to Wilraingloa'&adaaB.Psdto,,
Pm:T)airT3aW TnH-eo rfi
xi press tfaiilicohnectljirat.JiatiroD-;
' "ffHnp WMiic;exprBi: ira -oi ise
2S& P. Jf. DA1LT Arfsewa Exprefs
.raln., for .Taai-p-CoIonsaV -fcV
Hteame'riTj Maricopa Ugc for Plxiala.--iBdPreseettr'Casa.
Jlorence-and.OlotM ;. Tacsoo d lit'awW'
N. M. & A. K. R. to Qaavmaa.-Mee0; ''
L,-rrTf,X. P.tX,K,.;a,-A,atonio and New
vchiue a. 4 u. a. . n. i. . x.1 run
uneans. ..... . , " . 5
4K P. M. Iafly Loe'il ptsseneer. .
I KT()6'P.'if. Sundava "'only-ibca.. pas.
:15 P. M.-r-Daily S.-P: Eraijrfant train?
O forturaaTTucson-.nefaVnif, Ai T.
8. F. R2-R.vEI-Pafl.6 T-AiPR. B, San
rf-A.ntpnJ,jld JSeWiOrleaB.-. , : . ..
5: TO :iff.-'8unaay' o Local pasf
fjr.raiB taSaat Monicas J&'z '-
... !.iu . . t? v -ntivtw
Asat SnpsnnteadenLps Angeles,,
Boots and Shoes, Etc..
great restorative and tonic, especially prepared for men,
and mlddle-a8rel,.wlip have, uy uieir indiscretions
prostrauon, dsblllty, nervous ana pnysicai weaicne
Debilltv. Dimness of Sight, ( Deleave Memory, Pi
r ?' . smwvmiuj a
J, ZHAUi, M. D."
-! 617 Walnut St.. SU Louis, Mo.
TAMAx.TuKiTXKn1 Is prescribed difly for aO' forms
of nemfui debility la toth sexes as 'well as for. check.
ing the. unnatural-secret liases, which caase. so much
loss of vitality... The medicines are prompt in actios
and 'permimtntlyl restore-those weakened by'eifiy1
.mniscrexon, ecneji or. overworn) 01 tne onun.i ;A
number' of physicians have' discarded all thshypo
phosphites. ; namlan,v and cbospbbrus fomdarand
invariably prescribe Taxik T ; ATinwt.wttti .tiig best
resuica. -- . - j
.Taxax Tmatmmt. is copocI of inedkkes -most
agreeable to the' taste and well tokraiecL by U)e
stomach;. "- ' , : '
expres. O. 'Money Order, or registered lpttir.at our
A. FRANK,-- r: -., . A. FRANK,
.v r.A. FRANK,
DEALER" IN :
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i - .f
' $UMAy ; '-YUJsifi.
--vLEVY Je- CO.i-
CLIP.1 CLIP. -OIIP.
ay, ana nekyb
tonic, if the re
sult of oyer 29
years of practice
at Nerrous and
uesa. spermaiorrnosa, tmusioDS.iaipa
tencyvZxhausWJ tltalltPreBiatare De
.cjln and. Los of ilaahooifffim what
ever cause Dr'odnced. " ItTnrlches. aid
nurifles theBlood.strensthtno the Nerrea
Brafn, Muscles, Digestion, BprodnctiT
Orpana and Physical and Mental FacuL
ties. - It stops any unnatural debilitating
drain upon the system, prerenting IdtcU
tmtary losses, dctiltUtln"drc'aBHj.scrflii
al losses with the urine, etc., so destrae
Utk tdialRd -jsml bndy: It Is a snre e!ica.
Inatorofall Kxdsxt ajtd Blidozb Cok!
rLAiNTs.. It cantalniW iBjurions tnre.
dtenU. TQ-those.sutrer.inx from the evil
effects of youthfaUfldIcetidns or exces
ses, s Bpeedy&rrnaJfeht- aid thoroark
cure ia QUABAjiTED.rj'Pice, i50 rr
bottle, or flre bottlesln CMavwith fsU di
rectloasarnd atlvtee', t IbJBQC" 'Seat secxn
rroai obsUon-'tff anr'adams upo r
eeipt of price, or CO.), To be hast ealr
of " '
- DR. C-D 8ALFrEtT,
Amy street, 8an Jraaclsco, .
Consultations strictli coofldential.by let.
ter or at office. FREE." For the csarenH
ujcsxof patten tsand in order to insura
perfect aecrecy,,! have adopted aprlvals)
addreca under which all pscknites art for.
warded' - r.
TBNATQR sufficient to sbowJtkjBsrits
TrjistgrcharKeit9any.Qna afflUted, apaly-
ug uj ieucr, ianaK nu syiapioBls aa
aza. Communicatlona ara
II. KsarBST Street, 8n Frwckc. Csl.
,fl .. , TliE SPECIALIST.
Reals all chronic? special and private
' diseases with wonderful success.
TIE CHEAT EHCLISK EiED.
s cure r enroia
1 Vrtalltv. &emk
mail tne terrible
fecta at aelf h.
lies and excesses in mature years such
aa loss of memory. Laniitiiv1..Vrutn.i
missl0BSvasion-t6 soclety.-dtaness of
TisiOB, noises in the head, fiie vital fluisl
uaoa.fm uuuuin in,iae urine, and.
raary other diseases that lead toinsaaiW
and-death - -
li Dr- Miqtie; who is a regular jfraioatea
wuyoiciao, wui trree io lorreit yiTo Hna.
drea DolIjSt&ra .cas.of.this kind the
vital Restoratrye, under hli'speclal ad
vice andtreatment, wimot enre, or for
ariyflnif Impure or Injuridua found in It.
Dr. MIntle treats nil Vri-wta rw
cessruny, without mersury. Consultatloe
free. A thorough examlnatleii' and ad
nee, inciuainsr analysis or-urlne. Pi
frlct otltal-Rtstoritite, $1.0 abottla
our times thejauanlitT. as.' . .jtt tn ...
address upon recelnt of Drlcc-or n. n t
secure Jrom .obseryatron.andf Hi private
name. If desired, by A.E. mNTf; If. D
jno. li-Aearny street. 8an--Fraricisco.Cai;
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE wiU be Rt
to any one applrin'e bvi1erfr. atnttno-
symptoms, sct and age. -StrleVsecrecy
in regard to business transactions.
Dr. Miutie's Kidset RemedtJephret-
icum cures all kinds of Kidney, and Blad-
dar CVimnlatnta Rn.nnhn.. r
corrhoe. . For sale by all droezists: fl
bottle, sir bottles for f 5. .
ut. Mlntle'ff Dadelios Pills are tha
I best and cheapest DVseehala airdiBllllous
cure In iho-morket. Tor snle br all
drujiKlsts - 13 tf.
We. 135, XeHtxsBiery! 8tretf
Near Bush, SAN FRAKCUSQO, Cal
Established in Ban Francisco'- U 1863.
Wholesale and Retail. r
The most complicated ciies of defect iva
yision thorouehjydianosed fretT of
charge, and aji. kinds of levies
made to order. Spectacles,
their adaptation-la the
rioita condilions of
the sight has bees 4
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Corjponnci Xtttism&tltf tVeases
Mi itutt'd to order in two hours' notice
All orders by man orexpress prfcsapt-
ly attended to.
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8peclal Complicated, and
soialled Incurable chionla
diseases.- Dr. LMblg'sXJer
man Invieorator is POST.
TIVELY guarantee t
care nervous and physical
debilltv. trealmese! 'lost
Q Baanhood, loss of energy
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jess ieeiings ana ail tne re
7 salts of youthful Irripra
mZ dence and excesses of asa
C tare years. The .Doctor a
2regnlar college" physician,
will agree to forfeit onm
thousand dollars for a caaa
the Inrieorator will sot
cure under special treatment and advice.
-The reason so many -cannot get cared
of weakness and the abova -dlaeasea
owing to a complicatloned. called prosta
torrhea which requires pecallar treat-.
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Dr. Llehlz's woBderfal Marsstlc ITmL.
ra or Belf-maffnatlzers the greatest curi-
tlre iaventlon of theaea. Etctt max or
woman can now be) their own Baaensclie
healer. Ko man -required on the'end of
us neaiflr, cesseqnenuy no big fees to
pay taenasa ranrer.
Price AS. con.
Sold only at tfc Dr. Utbig Dls-
LleblVa iBTigorator No. 3 Is a positlya
care tor prbataterrhea. Pries ef either
Isvigorator'W per bottle; six. for fie.
aesiioasT-aaaress on receiptor pnea
er C O. D. Responsible ieraosa'"paT
when cared. Strictest SecresT Maintain,
eg. Patients cored an home. Liebig'a
Dupessarr runs and elegant drag store
in tne DHlidiag. iJonsuiuuos, personal
ly M by letter; free
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Any recent cases of special or prirata
dtaeasea cared for 910. Kmedies saffl
cient,tQ cure will be promptly sent wltfc
fall directions and advice on receipt of
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Call ora3dress DR. LIEBIO CO..
00 Gesry street. Private entrance,-
Mason street Han Francisco.
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