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WHEKLT JOOmH AL.UIHWI WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1W1
SLIP SMITH 1
Nothing Warns to Marcus
Except His Trusty
f "Ml Tui-mIiiv s tnllvl
WICKIINItl'liMI, Sept. 27. -In ae
rordniioe with ii well established preoe
li'nt ninl rollcctinir tin1 unspittility of
lllis city, Imtli Republicans Mini Demo
1'iiitn turned out lust uiojit In tlic Mark
Smith nn'ctln;;. It xvns ii i-oIiI, iinsyin
pathetic ninl iinonlhusinstie ri'i'tini.
Instead nt' telling 1 1 i h auditors whut ho
'liml necomplishoil during his twenty
years service in congress, Smith duvot
'tl his limn to roasting tin Present t
Journal-Miner mill tin I'nnetm C S it
'rt to. Il Is well-known here Hint both
of t It! papers nri" anti-corporation
ninl iitr not encircled wilh either brass
or copper collars, and hence Smith's
febrile fulminntlons only served In
iilii'tuiti' Democratic votes from him.
This in itself xvas considered n sign
nf xvenknoss, uii On1 miiliiiuiti) boeiimn
1 irit im! with him.
After tlu meeting Shi i I h iliil not clr
oulute iiriiiiinl town as In- iliil in tin
idd-timo l ii', lint returned to ii is hotel,
ordered :i hoi lie of whiskey, it is re
ported, sonted to hit room mni thorn
enjoyed its contents in hnchauuliaii
solitude. In tin1 morning, it is said,
tin but tli' xvns drained. Smith ii re
garded hero as uliuuM n moral ninl
physical xviork, ninl In- wunM have hiul
mnr.i v.it.w if ho timl tnved iiwnv f nun !
Ill" tearful ptotostatioii lust night
it being free from corporate iiitluoucc
xvere regarded not only as n Joke lint
tir a IlitniMitalili apology for his actions
In congress. Tho pt'oplo of Wicken
burg ore vitally interested in tin1 de
velopment of the A. A ('. country. They
iippcnlcd to Smith to i lie lii m iiilliicucc,
if ho hml uny, to have t lit Inilimi re
vorx'stioti contiguous to I'nrkcr, thrown
upon to settlement. It embraces the
llncsi nriiMilt ural lands in Ari.omi
mid is all susceptible to irrigation. Diil
Murk make an effort in that direction?
Not :i liitt Hut when hp Sunn l-'e asked
him to secure a rigid of way through
thp rrserviition unit secure wnitrfing
privileges on Ihu (!olorndn Itiver, ho
iiosllrrcd hliiisi'lf anil securiM thp same.
Wonce, it 1m not iiiinatiirnl niulpr tin-no
eireiimslnncos that the )Miiplii of Wick
en burg ami vicinity should regard
.Murk Sm iMl as Iip Mipjiliant tool of
thr eoriHinitiniis, ami for that ri'iison !I0
'jipr cpiiI of Hin vote horn ii pprtaln to
ho cunt with Hip ulijcct of rpli'gating
thiN piitty-Hpincil politician to oblivion.
Anotupr fact tliat i hiirtliig Mark
Hinith licrp in that hi! manngpr in .loo
Dillon of I'roncott, who in 'rpgarilcil
hprp ai tho paiii political factotum of
tin' Copper (juuon Mining Company.
Dillon 'h record iin a loldiyint in thu limt!
IcgiNlatiiro in well known ami it in nuc.1i
that hi oipoiiKal of the riiiim' of Hmilh
loch not liolji that gpiitli'inmi.
Thi' gPiiiir.il opinion hero in 'toat
.Smith Iiiih goiui to piece.i. lie Iiiim
tarlpil to "nxplalniiig" Ii!h record,
mid when a man ilncx that he is usually
lout, Hin rountn of tho l'ri'Hcott .lour-nal-Minnr
anil tho Phoenix (lazetto uro
rfKunlod nx thr dual KunrU of a dying
dog. If Mark hml lieen confident of
IiIh own rectitude, ami mirono iu tho
!onH4-lAiiioMH nf a woll np!ut congron
Ninnul tarrpn, hti would hv utterly ig
nored tho uriticlHiiiM of tlioxo joiirunlH.
A man'o roctinl ought to hjioak for It
ticlf Imt MaruiiH apparently lino no re
ord uf wliiiih Iin in proud,' for lie liux
made no oxtminlvo mention of it. Kin
ijieih last, night wjih tho "wild wail
o( n loHt Mmil." Hmith known ho Iiim
Iipou ronrnnut to IiIh sacred truitt, and
ho it. wtiklug to liecloui the Isniioh hy
ri'Mortlng lo malicliiuH and Ananuian
JittackH upon niioIi nownpapiTH nn liavo
been liohl and candid oiiuiign to toll
Wlckonliurg Iiiih alwayH lioon rogard
iil as a Dinnocratle irocinot but on
iKriday night ti Cameron chili wiih or
ganixod with a uicmliorNhlp uf .'ID and
nt tho prlmar'ioH next day tun Itopulill
i!an cast I. 'I vntoH while the Demoornts
jiolleil 42. TIiIk in a Cameron camp for
many Htralght DeiuocratM 0110111 ox-
proHN thoiiiMolvoH iik being uppunoil to
giving onn man a life time job, cpoi
tally iik ho Iiiih not iifi'iimplixhoil any
rillBT FOOTBALL VICTIM.
WATUimmtV, Sept. 28. WUfrtul
Italtlm.ar, the. Watorbury High Bunnol
fplliall player, wIidho Hplnal cnliimn
wih fractured In a prnutli'e game Inst
week, llod yetojilay.
Count" Von Sacken
Sees Immortal Dawn
In Lonely Canyon
.l-'roin TuPHtliiy'n Dalh 1
head tnree nightN and two ilayx, I'.
A. von Siickeii wai found yiiHtonlay
niorning in IiIh cabin in tho Yaugur
(.'.invoii M'i'tioii bv .luxticp of the
Peace Mcl.auc of thin city and a corn
nor' jury. They left Oil it city early
yesterday morning at the tuiggcHtlon
of a man named Knglinh, who arrived
from there late Sunday night. The
coroner V .jury returned a verdict that
float h resulted from natural cans,!.
The body wan brought here by the
Kuffiicr undertaking entnbli.mmout to
be prepared for interment.
Von Hacken had been known here
tho lint twelve years u Count von
Kacknn. (lln was 11 nutlvo nf (lermaiiy,
between tiixty and neventy eyar ago.
He was a miner unit projector by jc
eiip.it ion, and the owner of nevoral
promising mining elniius nt the time of
Ho had been suffering ncveriil
uionths from dropsy,
After visiting this city hint week,
he returned to his camp Thursday.
Friday afternoon he asked Kngliidi,
who wii panning by, to join him nt
dinner. Knglish accepted tile in vita
tion. They ate supper in von Sacken 'h
tent cabin at i o'clock In the evening
and conversed until ! o'clock that
night, when Kngli'h reliied to a neigh
boring tent cabin.
Kuglish noticed that von Sacken
ejected live or six eats from his cabin
before retiring, lie told Knglinh not
to get out of bed in the morning until
Kuglish arose early Satoniny morn
ing mid noticing the cats 011 the roof
of the tent tried to enter von Sacken '
tent, finding it locked. He stayed in
Camp tnat day and in tho evening
found the von Sacken cabin uiiil locked.
He slept in the neighboring tent Sat
urday night mid in the morning finding
tho cabin still locked, walked to Pres
ent t, notifying the NherIffH office hero
nti his arrival that ho thought von
Sacken was dead.
Justice of the Peace Mnt,ann left
yesterday morning with an undertaker
mid on IiIh arrival at tho place found
von Sacken dead. He impanelled .1
coroner's jury. Tills returned tho ver
dict as stated above.
Von Sunken leaven no immediate rein,
tlvon in this section and little is known
of his hlntory. He was an accomplish
ed linguist, conversing in several lan
guages, indicating that lie had tho ad
vantages of good education mid grain
ing in IiIh youth.
Dllltm ring, the members of wTiieh
shrewdly did not permit their ntmcn
to appear on the ticket iu order to
blind the iinsophintirateil voter.
All had to "Tin Can Johnny " He
iiuml be henceforth leckoned an the
gMidin r "tar of the Denim-racy of
Viivnpnl county, for it w unit ormlly
conceded last night that the result
might 1111 vo been reversed had it not
been for tho " subntantial " reason
It at he advanced during tho day.
Neagle hud his forces well organized
and made a pomonnl light that chal
longed adinirutlon. lie ptou took ad
aatago of the llrownsvillo affair, and
the' I'liralter centiiiient, and had a
largo nlicp of the colored population
of the town voting tho Deniocratic
ticket. Dusky patriots iu bunches of
six and howii walked up to tho polls
mid without changin gcolor or turning
a hair, voted the Neagle pastors. Mer
ritt mid hts friends made mi uphill
light but they were outclassed iu gen
eralshlp. They won out at Mayer and
the delegates from that point will bo
Tom Thompson, ('. H. Ir'ricc and .los.
Morris. They lol MoCabo by two
votes nnd the four men who will come
in as Neagle delegates will be Lou
Murphy, dim O'llrlcn, Hall and Oalla
ghor. Jerome's nine votes for Neagle
are A. H. Lyons, Oco. H. Avery, M. J.
Ilradloy, C T. Lynch, Lnrry ('rain, Tom
Taylor, Win. Seaman, Hod Itussell and
Kvnn Kosner. Poland is for the under
sneriir with Dr. Swcntnniu and Nap
Wnldemoyor as the two delegates. Jos
Cavanaugli captured three delegates
lletliuuo, Outlirie mid Smith at Hum
bohlt, but Neagle plucked Mike Mums
out of the bunch.
Ash Fork's three delegates-V. H.
Spencer, CharloH Diekersou and Joe
McCoy nro for their fellow-townsman,
.1. II. I'oley. Merrltt will have "fncle
Dill" linker mid J. M Weston to rep
resent him from Jerome Junction, mid
it is reported that he will swing the
Nevertheless, it is ipiite certain tuat
with the lend lie ha secured, that
Neagle will control the convention. All
hail to "Tin Can Johnny!"
There was only one ticket in the
Kepulillean primary hi Prosoott yester
day, and the list of names publisiied
yesterday were, of -nurse, all elected.
From Jerome the delegates will be
A. S. Haskell, Ot 1 Vogel, W. C.
Stratum, F. K, Smith, D. Ii. Itobiiison,
('. K, Hughes and s. F. Dennison.
The twenty delegates from Present t
precinct to the Democratic convention
are: Henry Itrinkmeyer, II. M. Hoteli
er, lleorge West, Monte llronded, H. T.
Southwortli, John Massing, Charles
Scholoy, .1. 1). McNnlly, 11. T. An
drnwH, Itceso M. Ling, Lester Huffner,
A. V. Mulvenon, Kd. Illnckburn, Frank
Whisinan, J. W. Hohbs, If. If. Holm, J.
J. Sanders, Kd. Shumate, Hen Powers,
John C. Stephens.
FALLING ORE MASS
i city News
FIRE LADDIES OET TOOETHER.
NEAOLE WILL OET
(From Sundny's Dally.)
Hilly Neagle, that nsttitn and hard
seasoned politician and reputed pro
tege of Senator Clurk, won out yester
day In the primary election iu tho
Prescott precinct, from the .Merritt
tureen by an average voto of 81. Tho
high voto on the Neagle ticket was .108'
and on the Merrltt tickot, &10.
Telephone advices to the Journal
Minor lust night state that Neagle car
ried Jerome, McCnbe and Poland, and
some minor precincts, and It is now
almost 11 foregone conclusion that he
will obtain the nomination ,of sheriff
nt the hands of the Democratic conven
tion next Saturday,
Prescott wita its twenty delegates
was the stnnn center and after an in
terval of several years Montana poli
ties were again introduced Into thin
county. John Merrltt and his frlonds
went -into the light under tlio delusion
that they could make an honest appeal
for votes without the use of money or
resorting lo the corruption of electors
to attain their ends. They now real
ize that they were mistaken. They are
convinced tuat the same methods which
worn employe in the senatorial fight
In Montana which worn recently and
vividly described In McCluro's muga
fclno last year by the pen of J. J. Con
nolly, have the same potent Inllueiico
In Prescott at least, 'in n primary
Mr, Neagle wns ably assisted yester
day In his day's strenuonsltles by "Tin
Can Johnny," an individual who was
oiiu of Clark 's trusted henchmen In
Montana and who was one of the bus
iest men nt the polls yesterday, Lurk
ing In the background lint behind tho
Neagle ticket was tile malodorous
Prescott Team Seloctcd to Compete in
Hub-and-Hub Race at Fhoonix.
(From Tuesday's Dally)
Prescott 's volunteer lire ilopnrtmeut
will lie represented nt tho hub and
hut) race nt the territorial fair. This
wns decided nt a meeting nf the fire
department held nt hoadiuarters hnll
Sunday ufternnn. Al Kvarts was so
tir-1 "u 'lkn Cr ""' "'""I"!; team.
Assoclnted with hvarts oiTrrtr-miiu
are many of the fleetest footed active
firemen of tno city. The team will bo
selected In the next few days, when
active practice will be commenced.
Prescott 's firemen have always given
an excellent account of themselves In
the firemen contests of the southwest
In tho Inst few yeurs. The tenuis from
other cities mid towns of the south
west which will enter the race will
know that tho boys from the City a
Mile High were In It nt the close.
The meeting was attended by almost
all tho members of the department.
F.very foreman In the city is satisfied
that tho team selected will carry homo
the prlr.o ns did tho Prescott team at
Albuquerque, New Mexico, several
years, when the championship of tho
souiuwcsi was nwaruou to rrescou
nftcr ono of the swiftest hoso rnces
over run iu the country.
Journal-Minor for high class job work.
Killed Laboring In
ll'ioni Thtir-1 1 Dally!
Crushed to death b 1 un of falling
torkn and bouldei- weighing half a
. . ... -i - ti- tt....-.
Inn was Hip tate ol 1 amies m a
ton 11 few minutes ifler eight nVlork
Saturday night, iu the (Hailstone mine.
His lomaiiis were interred yesterday
afternoon ill the Md nbe cemetery tin
dor the auspices of the McCabe Mill
Worthington was at work in the east
slope of the flOO foot level, when with
out warning the rool .if the stope over
him fell, breaking Ins neck, back and
one leg. Ho was found a few minutes
later by miners working iu the same
slope covered by oxer 1,000 pounds of
rock unit boulders. Life xx-.is extincl.
His body was removed to the snr
face. An inquest w-n hold yesterdnv
morning, the jury returning a verdict
of mcldontal death, attaching im
blame to the les"ec of the property.
Seevral minors tentified that Iho
stupe xvas considered safe and thai
from all nppcnrnnic a slip of the
ground fell unexpectedly.
Worthington xvas '.'I xear old and
a native of New Mexi o. Hp liwd sev
eral years in Coho el befoio coining
to this county iiboiu four years ago.
Survixlng is his xxif. who is iu deli
cate health, and ln mother, both resi
dents of this fount . mil a brother and
-l-ter residing in -lortulo. Hi" moth
er is Mr. D. It. Ilinl. v of this city.
lie xvas 11 kind m-l loxiug husband
and ou, deeply iiti.ohed to his wife,
mother, sister ninl brother, a young
mini of exceptional iitiiiiiic. His death
Is deeply regretted by all who knew
icoltnl on the
OCTAVE'S POWER TLANT
TO OET MACHINERY
(From Tutkiisv'H Daily)
(. A. Knox, general manager of the
Octave Mining Company and the fen
trnl Arlr.onn Power Company, who Is
visiting here, states that the work of
getting the foundations for tue ma
chinery for tho poxver of the latter
company nt Wickenhnrg is well under
xvay. Part of the machinery is already
loaded on the cars nt the factory in the
east ready to bo shipped as soon as the
side track to the plant on tlio llnssa
yampa Itivcr is finished.
Mr. Knox expects thp spur track tr
lie finished during the coming week
mid ready for use in the delivery of
luiiciiiuery nun supplies nt tue cainn
force of mechanics are getting ev
rything in readiness for tho instnlla
lion of electrical machinery iu the Oc
ave mine mid mill. All Octave ma
hinory xvtll be operated by electricity
rom the poxver plant at Wickenliurg
'is soon us tho plant is installed and
the transmission line built.
CAMP VERDE PRIMARY.
At the primary election held tn
Camp Verde Saturday, Ceo. I). Huiice
wns elected Itepubllcnn delegate tn
the country convention, gaining 18
votes to II for Jacob Wrbor, his near
est opponent. There were .11 voles
Pft. I I 1 1 .1 . .
-no Mniidcriiin ncieciod tnree nolo
gates, William Stephens, C. C. Cnlia
xvay and llothersoii.
Jn Lower Verdo the Itcpublicnns se
looted S. fl. WinRftel.l as dnlegnte,
There xvere not enough Democrats lo
hold an election.
BAIN HtJUELCIIEB FOREST FIRE
OLKNH FALLS, N. V., Sept. "8.
IForest fires that have been In the foot
Hills oit no Ailiroudneks for several
weeks hnvo been extinguished by
(m Tit-l ' l'al'.v)
On tho Sick List.
lr. ( . II l"d' 1
Hero from Humboldt.
xV. (. Abbott of Humboldt
II A. Sm Hi or ..tigress is visiting
in the eity.
Here from Dewey.
r C. Milbr of Dewey is here on n
tdiort husine- xiii.
..bert Ferguson, the Kyiim"
man, is here business.
Crook Cnnyon Visitor.
IF. .1. Wright of Crook Canyon is vis
iting in the i'it.
Visiting In Phoenix.
Attorney l.rrov Anderson is in Phoe
nix on professional busmen.
P. II. Wordo-n of the Hullxvhaeker
mine is visiting in the city.
Supervisor It.iruey Smith Is
omo on a road inspection trip.
Popular Officer Visits.
Dentil v Sheriff J. J. Cnx'anaugli of
Humboldt is here on ofllcial business.
Thro Wndo, the McCabe mining
. 1 . ... s ..:.!
man, is ncie on n snori nusiursn vmu
Visiting with Frlonds.
Mrs. IM. Digiinn und Mrs. Harry
Iteed are vinitiug with friends iu Phoe
Prominent Physicians Visit.
I ir. I,. C. Toney of Humboldt and Dr.
; . Hall of Mayor are here on ro-
Cabbage King Here.
iieoige Ainsworth, the Juniper cab
bage king, is here 011 ono of his pe
riodical husimuts visits.
Visiting His Mother.
Dr. J W. Kbler of, Albuquerque, Nexv
Mexico, is the guest of his inotner, Mrs.
II. M. Klder, at Mayor.
Left for Phoenix.
Attorney ..1 F. Wilson xvas nil outgo
ing jxusenger Sunday night for Phoe
nix on professional business.
Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. II. Farrell and Miss
Nolo I'niiell of McCuhc arrived hero
last evening 011 a short visit.
Circulating Among Hin FrtemlH.
Sxvau Alirahamsnn is iu Iho city
from liis mines iu the Walker district
circulating among his many friends.
Left for Congress.
Mrs. K. (I. Crowe left ye.slerday lor
Congress, where she will be tho guest
of tier daughter, Mrs. J. J. Hurler, txx-o
Left for Chicago.
Miss Nona Hums xvas an outgoing
passenger yesreruay nnernnoii lor a
visit xvith relatives iu Chicago, tier
Homo from Visit.
Mr, and Mrs. K. II. Mock arrived
linme last night from a two weeks'
outing on Oak Crook, xvhere they xvere
the guestf) of relatives
Left for Homo.
Mr. nud Mrs. Knbert Finnic, and fain
ti.. 1 . . . . . .
iiy ion yesieruny ror uieir Home in
the Heaver Creek section after 11 pleas
ant visit here with friends.
Home frqm Ranch.
Tom Heynolds has returned from 11
week'H visit to his ranch in tho AgUa
rriu district, wnere he reports plenti
fill feed and fat rattle.
A riying VWt.
I'.d eigor, the Congress merchant
and mining man, paid a flying bus!
ness visit to the city yesterday, re
turning homo on the night train.
Stopped Over Here.
W. C. Foster, public examiner, stop
per over hero Sunday night on his way
home lo Phoenix from an nftlcinl visit
to the northern enmities of tho, terrl
tory. if '
Home from Vavation.
M. A. Sharp, general manager of tho
Yavapai Oil and Mining Company, and
W. C. Ucnlngton nrrlved homo Sunday
from a two weeks' vacation in I,ns
Btoekouui Vial to.
John Koontr, the wUlu
........ .f n iiuiu ijh
Accepts Now Position.
Frank Mnrlnrllv- ...
ii.isseni'er Inst nl,,i ..
1 " " "ir me Ett
nor country trllmt
f.ltrn.l ml..,. I. I.... ' d
ns CCC,tf,J 1 ,
Hon with 11 mining company
viaucu iioro xcstcrday,
Allien Jones. 11,,. u.it
grower, visit hero yesterday, retllriS
110010 mi mo iiiiernoon tram, ti,
i-A-noi-nii .10011 ij, .i units win
1 .. II . . . "PI
stun .-seiiginaii in me county l)ttRrK
ie convention here Saturday
Left for Alburiucrquo.
Attornev I 'an I ltnr!, ..
T " nn i if
ft-. A-.. 1 1 1...... .. . '1
uriiice, loeni rxnnn rc nnioala, left ytJ
loru.ij o.it-rooon tor Albnnjf,.,,
...l.... ...Ill 11 1 .1 1 I
n liml Liiri ! 1 iiTFiii inn n . .
" '"inoji n(i
ing of the Nntionnl Irrigation
gross nnd the Albuquerque cxpoltlc
Oovernor Docs to Albuqoqo,
unvernor iv.wiuey pa, t,
heer yesterday on his way t9
iunriiic, where ho will attend tit
compnnied by Attorney Alnxworti
Phoenix who will also ntlcnd tie t
Frank Murphy Coming Hooc.
Frank M. Murphy, president of
H. F., P. & P. Itnilroad Compair. ,
ldent of the Development Compisri
Amertcn, una generally eonceded ta I
Arlr-ona's leading financier, left Xi
York Inst night for his home oere.
will stop over en roule home it
trolt, Michigan, and Chicago,
THE MOST IMPOETANT THIK9.I
Hon. Marcus A. Smith in hisiperd
in the northern jmrt of lhe terril
has been oiigageing in rnmpiritoii
IiIh long service in congrcM with I
legislative inexperience of Mr Cimi
on mid he has frequently dcehrel III
If there xxas ever a time for an "ell
1 . . . ..
Hiuicsmmi" iroin Arizona it is so
Mr. Cameron, be nns averted, won'
not bo nblu to draft a stitehocil bl
As to the llrst proposition, if a
xvithoiit experience xvere kept waltii
011 those who have had long Irgiilatl
experience waiting until they lle
until they voluntarily retire from
flee, there would uou he a lack of tt
blood in congress, and would ultimate
become distinguished only for Mnilit
Every election sends there scorn
men who have nover bad leglslati
experience but who are believed hy
majority of their constituents to ia
bettor legislative timber in them tM
the experienced men whom they in
As to Mr. Cameron's ability to drsfl
a statehood bill, It may ho said lb
of the thousands of hills prciented
every session, a comparatively
number nro drawn by tho congrexsm
xvho present them, nnd " import1
bill is over pnssed iu the form in U
it is presented.
If a liill is defective on its prcwil
tion, a committee to which it Is rtf
rod looks after tno defects ami otto
xvlso remodels It to meet the view
a' majority of the committee. Thei
will lie no troublo In drafting a Mi
hood bill, xvlioever may be the delcgi
The main thing after nil i not
draft a statehood bill. It is far mo
essential to induce a majority of to
gressmen to pass It. We believe M
Cameron can beat Mr. Smith at tb
HOSPITAL ATTENDANTS FLEE
Plague Situation in Kusslau City H
HT PI-'.T KItHIHIIt.fi. Sent. 2s-li
number of new e.holorn cases In
miinicinnl hnsnltnls for the twcnty-M
hours endlnR nt noon today wa - I
deaths 102. Eight hospital nttendarj
are down with the disease, and the 1
mnlndcr are in nnnlfi. Crcat dlffieoil
is bcinc encountered persuading IhH
to romaln at their posts.
CHOLXKA STILL HOLDS MAN11
MANILA, Tuosdny, Sept.
the twonty-four hours ending at Of
o'clock this moralnK fourteen j"
.tnnlllU from thW
On Your Skin
Poor blood iS easily tnlrl. hv cnlntrhsMt nlmnlfK:. hoiiS and
other defects in the skin. Poor blood is bad blood, diseased
u uuu, puiionea diqoo, causea oy imperfect liver action. 10 ick
ulate your liver, purify your blood, cleanse your system from all
poisons and impurities, take a course of
It Is a purely vegetable remedy, safe, reliable, prompt and
without bad after-effects, and is sold in 2Sc and $1. packages.
Insist on having Thedford's Black Draught. It is thf.niost
WldelV imitated VPCrptnhU 11vr mmArn in ,M llrtJV? JJ-4
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