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How a Railroad Engineer Proved
Himself a Hero.
He Was Stunned and Surrounded by
Red Hot Coals and Burning Steam,
Bui Stuck to His Post and Ap?
plied the Brakes. His Mi?
Tip to lost week .T. W. Taylor, a vet?
eran engineer of tho Ne\v York, New
Haven ami Hartford railroad, better
known Dill Taylor, was known by
everybody along tho line ru? a hearty
good fellow, witli a kind word for ail.
an excellent and precautions "runner"
ttnd was generally supposed to be' 'made
tip" of the kind of natal tbal uever
shrinks. Today he,is a proved hero. H'j
bas faced the nior.t terrible of diuigors,
and evou when thrown suddenly with?
out tbo least warning within the very
jaws of death, into a literal "hell of
lire," staid within this seething fornnco
long enough to perform his duty, uu
almost incredible act of heroism.
It wn6 dark, and tbo stillness of the
Bight was dishirbcd only by the onrush
and whir of the ponderous train.
Bill Taylor's p<'t is engine No. 749, n
monster of about 50 tons weight, and
the has proved beraolf honest, fuitliful
and at all times willing to obey tbo
command of the hand of bcr master.
This may seem sinnig? to some, but
it is true that railroad men believe their
locomotives have almost humundisposi?
tions and aro often subject to "sulks."
Thursday morning situ had what the
boys would call a hemorrhage nnd went.
Wild in a frenzied Attempt to create
havoc and destroy life and property.
Ho said that his train in commonly
known as the "fast freight," but in re?
ality is an express train, hauling noth?
ing but ax press matter and accommo?
dating no passengers. It has Hint class
rights, the same us a regular express
passenger train, and makes the rnu
from Boston to New London and return
in short time. Engineer Taylor said
that, being n little l ebind timo, lie was
"bowling them along" at fully u 40
milt) nn hour rate Fireman Arthur
Fuller was standing on thu floor of the
cab, devoting most all of the time of
tho nin to fecdiug the great scoopfulsof
coal into the fiery furnace.
Suddenly, when passing the Ameri?
can Tool works, jus) Boutli of tho Hydo
Park station, there was u load and
frightful explosion. In a second, with a ;
terriblo roar, bi lling water, scalding
Stettin and flying chunks of redhot coals
filled tho cab.
For a moment that seemed like an
age, so terrible was ihn suspense, t!:u
train rushed madly along at a frightful
rate of speed. So thick was the air with j
tbo flying steam, water and coals of firo I
that it was impossible to realize what
Was tho tronblc.
When tho heroic engineer came lo his
tenses, bo was almost completely blown
through the little lookout window di?
rectly in front of his seat and was rid?
ing on tho running board. Ho could see
nothing but tlio steam and hear only its
tremendous roar. lie tried to crawl
back to his post of duty, but to great
?was the heat and danger from tho fly?
ing wtiter, steam and coal ho could not.
Almost suffocated from the steam and
hardly ablo to breathe, he pulled his cap
down over his face, covering his eyes,
nose andmcutb. and cautiously squeezed
and crowded his immense body through
tho small window until ho was able to
reach thu air oock. Giving this lever a
turn, tho automatic airbrakes were np
pbod, und slowly the monster locomotive
cooled its wrath and finally came to a
Brnised and sore, Engineer Taylor,
who had performed this brave act of her?
oism, wrenched himself free of tho
trap into which ho was securely wedged
and orawled along tho running board to
the stenru chest and then to tho ground.
For an ins taut it was as btill as a
night in tho country. Gazing into his
cab, which was a fp.w moments ago so
bright and full of life, Engineer Taylor
now beard not n Bound and saw not a
bouL The great monster seemed now ns
The conductor came running up for?
ward, and in tho excitement of the mo?
ment asked the cause of all this. En?
gineer Taylor was damfoundod, but cool
and collected. Ho could not tell what
the matter was, but ho earnestly asked
for his fireman and the two brakemen,
saying that they had lost thorn some?
where back on tho road.
When that cold water tube burst in
the firebox, the prcs-mro forced tho
Steam, hot water and coals of lire right
out into tho cab into tho very faces and
eyes of the men. There wasn't a peck
of coals in tho firebox after the accident.
The men were blown or forced back and
back until they wots obliged to leave
the cab. It wan a question between two
deaths, whether to jump and bo batter?
ed, braised and tern or remain and bo
scalded and roasted alive.
Fireman Fuller jumped and will
prcbabiy die from his injuries, whilo
B/ak^m?n Caffrey was probuMy blown
e>i" <-.f the cab window and itz-tantly
kiia'j'i, anri the heroic engineer, who
ftftxsd a*, bis post and averted a moreter
r. duasfjr, is practically unhurt. Ho
?tnut ".m ci tkit accident with only a
A NpTT?l)ojf Berti
Sammy O'Harron saved 11 lifo and be?
came' the hero of the newsboys who
gainbol about the fountain in City Hall
park yesterday. Sammy was pitoliiu?
pennies witli other nunintnro venders of
the festive " 'xtry" when lie heurd two
shrill soreunas and a splash. Oueoftho
screams wim from a buxom g>rl who bad
boon holding a baby's skirts while it
toddled along the broad edge of tho
Somehow she had h^t hor grip, and
the tot had fall? n into the water. That
wits wbero the other scretua and tho
splash had eomo from. Sammy had lit
tio ou Bavo bih sJtirt and abort trousers,
bo ha didn't have to "pool off his coat
quick as u flash," aa tho othor heroes
who plunge into the hungry waters do.
Ho just lefl bis pennies whero they wuro
and shouted "Hold ou,. aisl" to the
frantic uuraegirl, who seemed ns if
about to leap in after the struggling lit
tie one. In Sammy spltuthed. Tho wa?
ters were a bit above hie wait* H?
grasped the tot in hia arms uud restored
it to the nnraegirl.
She held it feet up for a minute till
tho water had nil run out of tho little
thing. Then she wrapped it closely in
her arms and hurried off, while tho tot
began to wink and blink and wonder
what it waa all about. Sum my didn't
think oven onongh uboat it to go home
mid bhunge his dripping trousers. And
fhiH is only one of thu many thrilling
episodes at. the big founuiiu.?JS'ew York
iiu Kept Iii? Change.
Into ono of our for wosto.rn towus
thoro drifted an Englishman mid Irish
mau, a Scotchman and a Welshman.
These four want into business togotllor
and were moro than fairly prosperous,
tho flrst break in this copartnership be?
ing canned by tho il? :? 111 of tho English?
man. Ho madn u verbal will, by which
ho boipieaihed all he possessed to his
throe partners, with this proviso?that
each of them doppsil $100 in his coflin
and that this be buried with him. As
the legacy was a considerable ono and
ns the partners had a sincere regard for
their late associate, they quite willing?
ly acceded to his queer request. The fu?
neral over, the partners returned to the
stoic, and t.hu following dialogue took
Snwnie?Well, Pat, what kind of
ne ney did you put in poor John's cof?
tiu? 1 put in five $20 gold pieces myself.
Put?Oh, 1 could spare the silver the
niaeyest, so I laid down 100 big silver
dollars in one pile, so I did. And,Taffy,
what kind did you pui there?
Taffy?Weel, then, I'll tell yo. 1 was
a bit >short on currency this weck, so I
just put in my check for tfliOO, und I
took the change.?Chicago Times-Hcr
j-eculty Dead, Pliyrtcallj Alive.
Now York law has a fashion of get?
ting into curious tangles. Ouo of the
most interesting kinks is developed by
the assertion that Dr. Bnohonan,convict?
ed of murder, is legally dead, tho day
fixed for his execution having passed.
His counsel claim that their position is
! succinctly stated in the proposition that
1 n man cannot, iu the nature of things,
be killed twice for tho same offouse. Ex?
pert medical testimony, however, iudi
lates that he is alive, and tho enso may
degenerate into at undignified squabble
between two eminent professions over
tho question of whose opinion in such
matters shall prevail. ? Washington
nieyellng In Folttles,
_ There is beginning to bo serious ques?
tion whether any man can be elected
president who does not ride u bicycle.?
143 and 145 Church Street.
H Rolls New Malting
J from loc.
?Rolls Linoleums from
6oc to $i per yard.
From $5 to $75
FROM 2 6 c. TO SOrj.
Buying for Cash, Wo Can
SAM W. SMALL,
ATTORNEY AT U A W.
No. H Illl.t. Stbkbt,
NORFOLK, .... VIRGINIA.
Biuall will pmotbio in tbo Courts of
nd ol too Untted fcUtoi. ,
>()-!: MAIN STREET, Norfolk.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,
MAY 21st AND 22d,
We Will Have
WHITE " TKIMMED HATS!
204 MAIN STREET.
Sluggish Livers should be cor
ir. tr-,| .d once by a few d?sen ?>f
Drown i lion Bitters. It mva
i lub.y relievcSi
WHAT OTHERS SAY I
September 20, 1S94.
S have taken five bottles of Brown's
Iron Bitters for my Liver trouble, and
have experienced great relief. My diges=
tion is good and my Liver is all right
again. CAPT, VV. S. WARRICK, 202 Orange St., Wilmington, N. C.
Brown'l Iron Plttcrs will cure Bad
Blood, Kidney and Liver Troubles.
Wonderful lor Dyspepsia, Constipa?
tion, Female Weilm-? and Malaria.
??It'* Brown's Iron Bitters you need I"
tor overworked men?debilitated women -puny cliildr
Retail and Wholesale Dealers. No. 24 Old Market Square.
ow US ?
If not, come to us at once and get acquainted, as we can save you money on our
immense line of FURNITURE, consisting of
Mattresses, Springs, Bureaus, Wash Stands, Glass Closets, Be ok Cases,
And everything appertaining to the Furniture line.
Have Received a Line of Refrigerators !
None better, and will sell them at Remarkably Low Prices,
lotto is: Quick Sales and Small Profits.
Mail Orders promptly attended to. We are also selling the best FURNITURE
POLISH on the market. Try a bottle, only 15c.
The Kern Furniture Company, 24 0!d Market Sq.
A Nnw ?ml Pomr-leto Tteatcient. ronsiitlnu of
inProSlfORTES, DapealM of tiintms?} im?
IKix? of Ointmoat. A noxur fniliin: t'nre for Filaiol
e.erj nnturj and decree. It auk? M opmll?? ?IIB
th^ kr.lfe or injectlona of earbollo acid, wlm-n am
t'aitifii 1 hnn ?M?m u lormauttut ? uro. niul often ro
? titina tn death, nnneoMaari. Why endura thin
tnrrihlo liioor.ao? Wo piiarnntee 0 boxen
to euro nny men, You nnij mi lor ognu.tti ru
ceived. tl o lxii.el .riS. Sent hr mall.
JAPANESE PILE OINTMENT, 25c. a Box.
thaarentI.IVF.il tntd STOM ACH 1! I'd U I.ATOK and
KI.OOl) i'l'Itirii'.!:. email, mihi and (ilenx-nt l>
take, utpocUll? adapted for children's u'?. to pee*
For Sale by W. R, ?artUL
W e off or eoiii- or Miu? must .loalrabta
iavootm MaM now oa the niaraal.
N o. 101 oraii?y mreai.
N o. 22% an i 'XM I'.ntfl (treat.
'. aneciuut reutat proper ties on (.baren,
Kniith, \\ tlloiittnby. .antes au I Jluiiey
\aoMi.t lota . n i Humors, i'.rower,
J'rinre?? Auue l lum Hi7eriii.le. Wtu.l
ror An11 Now ? m.i' atrooto, and I'.irk.
Willoncnuv. (Vntral and B Avenno?. and
ninuy more at l.aioborl'O 1'oint.
1 iii i..ulreel.
Cottas? lit V rp;n it UeaoU,
Btoco l' Uuiou itreet.
Honsu 55 (JU on niriiol.
ItoUHi R ou iloi mn i.i utreot
II. use ii i : o.iiii at real.
l:on-?i Aven u A lluiiternville.
On.cc* and aieenin,- apartmaais C9
i.ow of new hooies V, A. avenue ir.
.\o. .i l.oyall's lane.
i iiit-f- uii ground floor, O? Main atreat
nu.i; >o >uu nppiic.iiu>.
Ho and anil Third t!- lit Watcri
(uitnule tor -nil lofl or cigar factory,
?2i and 91 Fonunurch,
8 Vn II I: U K KSO Ids,
Cold Sulphur Springs,
GOSH EN, VA.,
Open Juno 1st, 1S9Q,
^ Hdi I eon greatly enlarged and improved.
For rciit and rstreatiou it) second to no place
in the monntain8. For ten a address
niyaV-tq'.Ut_J. D. CftAtO, M? mixer.
VI ii Uw~su lpho It sphi .N?sr^"?NT<J?>n
I err county, V, . opeu tu ?lltois Jus? lit.
l'.lj l lits? spring? aretslluituo. ou Hie curainU of
the Allsghany Muutituns; the curative rropert e<
of Hip w. tors arn we.ll established and adapted tu a
[Ida'ranks of diseas*.-. T?? accommodations are
r tclae in every lejpert. Descriptive pamplets
no I rates lurm-led on application. H'.DIilCWAY
T, proprietor. u.yl9-'Jui
ITIIF. O AY EST RESORT IN TUE MOUNT?
AINS. CAPACITY 1,000, OPENS JUNK 1,
Rates Reduced One-Half.
Considering quality of Uspalrout, oharaotsr
of acconiinoilut o.;i,
?IILhILOI lALOUlM 111 fi
Watora racoiumended bv leading phy
aiciaus. If a suflerer from consumption,
in ligestion. scrofula, catnrtb, diarrh n.
latente trouble*, oto . or need gaiety, sur
: ;:<?: with a auporb class of uooilo.
write tor pamphlet and I e convinced this ia
I u panacea for > mit trouble*.
Dr. I-AIAU" WHITE, of Richmond. Medi?
cal Hireotor. JAS. A. FltAZllvK Mauiigiutf
| Receiver. myVi-eoit.low
Wm red mm m\mT
IDYSPEP6IA, IIAY FEVER. LUNG. HEART
THROAT AND FEMALE TB.UIiLES
OPEN 1ST JUNE. ELEVATION 2 .00 KEKT. I
Sulphur. ChafybsslS, Freestone and Limtston?
Water. No fbjVor dampness. Write lor descrip?
tive pamphli t, c-nmlniim aniljfls ? f water-, csr
| tiiuaici of 1'oruier guests, eminent i.ln 1 -i .n?,
I torn... etc. J. 11. CHAPMAN, I
PRIVATE SljCrftER HOME FOR SUM:
THE SAI.VV FEMALE SEMINARY, SALEM,
VA., offeis eacei tiouabln adwntugcs At moderate
r-i'csfora limit'd number oi" bo-inlet. Ad'l.ess
? uvMni FARUAN J. SMI 111, Principal.
CROCKETT ARSENIC-LITHIA SPRINGS,
UfKlli JUM Ist, IS!?.",.
A great Moun aln lle.'Ul a' an elevation of ?7,0.?
feet, IU' iluily Arsu Ic-l.itbia baths. combined
with tli<: nur. :il use of il r n in r. r,p 0W le-tores
t.rukcu down and ovei worked nervous tysietns,
cures Uhenmausn. 'ioiit, Dyipetale. .>kln Erup?
tions, laaomla, Kiduo/ and tliu'dr bbea>ui,
hia'Ktes and ltrigbt's DUeawt CleftTI a-id Beaut i
Iks Ibe Curuplexion. Write for ohouUt and rate*.
M. C. TMOMAs, Manager.
uivll Shawsttlle, Vj
Fauqtiier White Sulphur Springs
VAUQUIBB COUNTT. VA.
Hotel Opens June 15th,
Walks and Drives. Splen 'id l ivery, Ton?
al*: Courts, tuh . b.lpuur liutbs, Brisk
Hotol. All moderu i onveniencsi. Ear cit
S.ulat and information ad imas
.iNo. K. 11AKEI1. M. nag. r,
or S. U. ?'. J. V. A11A ?B,
mylO-tu.tU Baltimore, Mil.
Variety Springs, Va.,
FERROL P, O., VA,
Immediate'}' on Cbe'aptukr and Obic, l:_i:?ay.
??Iioiia June let. 1893.
Newly furnished, E>^?nt fare. M.derato t ras.
CRAWFORD A EICHELBERGER,
uiy 1 l'tii,tb,s i t'roj r.etors.
j lohn E. Doylo. John F. Small.
DOYLE & SMALL,
143 Main St.,
(Dead of Old Market Square.)
HAVE OPENED WITH AN ENTIRELY
Trunks, Traveling Bags
Which will be sold at a moderate profit.
?p29 I in
I bag to tu o:rn the pnblia that t!,e Ceu
eral iunuranoa Buaihsas.' borotofore con
<tu>-0 i !,v my fathsr, tlio int- K. Frank
Vangl.an ?t No. 6:. t)orom re:- str at. will
in lu ure bo carried ou bv inu at tame
i Ivirc- to thauk my fattier ? patron? for
Ina : HAHR placed with him, and tru>t
tara'> ?: i lie ooutinuod wltb me.
All buainea< entrnate I to ine will bo
? od in otronR u I rehabla contpuuiea,
i udar t m biiperVitien of tlio Ihturauoj l>o
partmsiil ot ti.s atato ot Vlrniu a.
rnj I t E. WAL'E a. O JAN.
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
Fine Builders' Hardware,
PAISTd. Oil.S. BRUSHES. I'OLlbHEl)
M.ATE ANO WINDOW GLASS,
Longman ?.s<. Martinez Pure
Ready Mixed Paints.
Every Ballon Bold under a binding Ruar
COOKE, CLARK & CO.
AUVI'ION ?ALK?-tUTVKIi I>AY
By llio Morris A^ro^-Ho^scTjT T. Kllby, Jr
Proprietor, No. SM L'ank street.
I ARGE TRADE salTT AT ovh AUCTION
Ij liouto ou THURSDAY MORNtNO, May ZiA,
at llfcio o'clock, rir: Dry tioads. Notions, Hosiery,
Clotblag, Shoes, etc. Sale positive.
my?-2t u. K> MORRIS, Manager.
Townstnd A Jojnee, Auclioneerj.
BY V1RTURK OK A DEED OF TRUST TO MB
a? IrnMse made liv THOM'AS If. OLIVER anil
BESSIE M. OLIVER, bis wile, dfted tbs ICth dn?
of Koveoibek.lSfa, mid recorded in 0. D. 111. A. I*.
7K, Clerk's Office, 10 jortelon Court o' iho City of
Norfolk, Vu. I >hull tell at | Ubllo auction at the
Real Estate Exohanie, Minn sucst, Norfolk City,
Va., THURSDAY, May :!Utn, I.VJ5. at 111 o'clock ilk,
iho following pioptrty lo-wit: Lot of land will?
lint revemenft Ihareou, situated tn the east side of
Mallby arrnuo, three hundred and ninetv fee>
north of the korth tide of Highland avenue, ami
Ironing ou Mallby avenue ivronu-five Demi with a
dcntli ,.r us feel.
TLtlMS?Cash, as to Sl,:t5H. rislduc iu two eona*
In* alliucuts u:\ -i. I in six and tmlie uioutha
from day i f sale respectively, ami carrying in urn!
fiom that day. and seivneil by ileeil of trust ou
prwpo ty ful l to be drawn and recorded ut ex?
penses of purohascr,
.1. W. nAllROi; It. Trusten
TOYVNSEND A JOYNKS,
By I'annili Bro>., Real Estate and i'.ea?rsl Auo,
tioneers. No. II? Malu street. Sortolk, Ya.
PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF a. UKElr
o; t u.t 10 ibe underniuncd trustees, dated thai
Mtb <lav of Apr.l. lg'.M, and duiv.recmdeJ, and :.?
the if tuest ot Iho Hi urd of Dl rectors of tho Com
mereia) Baildiagand t oon Association ttbu cred*
it,ir thereby leourcd), we shall expese fur sal- at
the Heal Instate lixchauce. Nu. 113 Main at--cel.
Norfolk, V.l., on THURSDAY, trie 20 h day u*
June, ISPS, the following piopcity, to -wit.
A LOT OF LAND, ASP Til" IMPROVEMENT?
situated ariir Buutersvllle. In tho County of Nor.
folk, Virginia, beginning.at a point sixty ujtl) fret
from the northwest corner oi he. No. 41, as a t
dnwu on the i'lal >>f llaiyioToj a Uriluea, ?ur?ey?
ors. dulv recorded; thenr'e running west tweoty
(It'j !ret to the come ? ?f North and Third streu se
thence sout li along the lino of North street to the
line of lot No, 17 bn said plat: llu.il]' east tweair
|S0 foet along the line ot l t No. 17 t? a nolntj
tUence n-r h, on a line raralii-1 with North street,
to Ihc point ol beginning. It being |iatl of lot*
uumlic.s eighlien I No. Isi and nin 'cou (Nu. 19',
on thu oorai r ol Nu; i h and Tliird streets, aa laid
down i n said plat.
See D od II ok is;. page IU.
TERMS auuuuuccd at sale.
T. Ji WOOL,
W. H, DaSAlb SURE,
H. L. DENOON,
receiver's sale. "
By virttio of a doireo of iho Court of Liw
an i Chancery, commeuolnR ousi lT'Kl>AY,
1 aball offer tot' en.u tit ret ill, At' COST,
ENTIRE STOCK OK E. BROVYNSTBIN A CO.
AT NO 136 MAIN STREET,
<!.-? Call ami examine mm ...
T. H. WILLCOX,
mylS-Ct Trusten and IteceiVar,
UK A I. I ?' I' 1 I L 1 ?. Kol I'M.
W. H. H. Trice & Co.,
2'JIUNK STREET. PHONE
RESIDENCES?ut, :xi \otk meet.
.mo new liuosei. ? iionlel avenue, Ghent.
17; id, -.i it* 1.1 i bar..i I e -i r el.
67.11- Bermuda itreet, .0 Mariner atru-t.
74 108 ilkl literal reel, 53 beruiuua ?irett
as Walke s:ie t, 141.187 Ibajel siriMt.
si Kalklaad streut, 71 Feaouuroh street,
Uranibletou It -iJi no-. i'M l.-.wii avail:*,
I'jd Wit'., ighh; avenue. 4r? fork ..venue.
r.a lilhbi aveui e, lift Ulghlaud aveu e,
I ;i - .'i. Ill), llfi i ana s laet, 413 < hutch ? re.a.
stores?us < bnr. ii itreet,
:; Pauk itr et, I8'A iaj 8* ? i Wa ?r itratJi
Large (tore (.oninierce itml; near M?ia.
Sl.iicini i atnpl ill i wb.u 1.
tour Warebouwa Pitnia1 wuarf.
?'O fed ol whaii for rent oheap.
Ortn -.?8 I, 10?. I .- Main street,
FINE LOTS F?R SALE
PBI0E FROM S103 T<> *'.'<0 EACH.
Terms Oue-tbird caab, balance in I and 9j.
jciiib with iJ per . ant. interest.
H. L. PAGE & CO.,
Sole agouti, No. 10 Uauk itraak.
Titlo poriect, .NorJolK, '/a,
"H. G. Hcggarfl & Cq.,
M Estate & total kpt,
126 MAIN STREET.
l'HONU No. 7l'A
FOR RENT ?.1 ?. I0;l 6. 107 nud, l?i
IliKblaud ?venuo, li? W'Ulou?hby, i'iU Boge
tar, i Multoy. lOt Para >.i inu^tull. Hi,
u, , ICd, ltiSaitd l'H Cha|iol. witli t:.e on>
Ini|ir<ivnruouta: 212 Enuu, i.s Hern .i.lu. 7i
( imrlotte. IW Oumborland, 74 and ,? lObape?.
lio Ler...ud.i. -L ro-ina Ktora oomoi tbi.r.A
utiii ? liarloltu wood var,l on lierinu An street,
men itora in Ilcvkloy. curnor : . ? t . auX
HiRiitn streets; col IHK a ><?'? urginita beach.
);i'i mi I I - liter st net.
FOR HALE?Two houses i n 'mliiiv nvo
uuu oun VYUIouRliuy, two on ('lay out
on Ke'.lv. i,v on Tuaatall, tbre? on lltitb.
land, ouo on Park, two on l.ovitt, t ? ir
briux no ee oil Nl Ti > on ?o ut u o in
vo on. ii'. I..i s on IiroeiiiaBOn, Corprew.
lionsli. Highland, Ifeily, t riuc.-a Anuu ,ivn
nuo and in Uauteravilla. Uko, F?riu>, Urga
nud sin ill.
F.ULL SET OF TEETlC
P PBTEHT PaOCESS!
The i Into is dUpenteJ wltbi tkVo tootb
bold more firmly in the moutb by mantis ot
rotoiliL-r, and ouo-bulf the uoiKbt is ro%
moved, tatisfuction is guaranteed ia every
DR. \V F. UORSLT.
*3 Bauk stieL't. torner PlutA?.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITIloUi I'AUi
?OLD FJULUNU A BPECIAUEV,