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THE BLADE PUBLISHI.VS COMPAHf.
omen 25 w. shout sniEK.r
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY V 1S8()
What i "RnnlneM Man," Who
Known Whereof lie Speak Ha
Ed. TnAssciupT: The object set
forth in the resolutions passed by
the Chi.oiber of Commerce as re
gards t je City Charter, would seen)
to commend themselves to all good
and law-abiding citizens. The
change in the Charter do not in
crease the burdens of taxation one
dollar per rear. In fact, it may be
saMy predicted it will lessen the ex
penditures of the city. It does not
prop , bp to interfere with the ambi
tion of any of the gentlemen now
candidates who are willing to sacri
fice their own time end energy for
the good of the city. It has been
hinted that perhaps those self-sacrificing
individuals may (by an amend
ment to the Charter) be asked to
serve without any compensation,
thereby giving tneui an opportunity
to show to the citizens bow magnan
imous ibey are.
Why the Conncil should kick so
at being released of the very diss
greeaole duty ol managing the po
lice force is a mystery to the avercge
By a Police Board having the
power to appoint the police and re
move them for good and sufficient
reasons only, (and just here we will
augggest that it would not be a bad
move to give this same board super
vibion over the employes of the Fire
Department,) it is claimed, and with
a good deal of justice, that onr police
would be a very efficient body onder
a l'oucq lioard.
Onr Fire Department is an effi
cient body and have done good work,
bnt we think the same good results
would follow were they placed
under the Police Board as will re
sult to the police force.
Two Boards of Council are desir
ous for many reasons; it will effectu
ally prevent hasty legislation which
fa' tuat.y instances does not accom
plish tue desired or intended good.
It would, in a great degree, if at
tempted, prevent an undue exercise
of influence of the Mayor, as he
would not be the presiding officer of
euner ooay. jnow is tne time our
city needs all the wise legislation
she can get, as we are growing and
progressing as she has not done for
years. We want the wisest and best
citizens in the Council, men with
broad view and economical in the
expenditure of the revenues of the
city. The revenue of the city is
arge and if judiciously and economic
ally huudled it is susceptible of do
ing the city a vast amount of good,
and wl en so used and the citizens
Bee tbi good effects there will be a
cheerful acquiesence in it, but if not
soused tnere will be, and justly so,
long and loud complaints.
A flew fur a Veterau.
The Nashville American is re
quested to give place to the follow
Lexington, Kt., Jan. 25, 1880.
Capt. Stone, Lonisville, Ky. Sir:
You ar one of the vice presidents of
the National Association of Mexican
Veterans, an organization that has
uoneiMicu gooa worn lor tue sur
viving soldiers who fought in the
war wiih Mexico. Through you I
wish to make to it the following true
statement: J as. It. Collins, member
of Col. John W. Tibbat's n-giment
in the Mexicau war, is now an in
mate of the Mongomery county,
Ohio, poor house, lie is old, sick
and absolutely penniless, lie is a
Kentt.ckidu, and for him I earnestly
appeal to that military orderof which
you hre a representative officer to
lead him a helping hand in having
him admitted to the Soldier's Home,
in sight of which he is eking out a
Bed F. Kuan.
A conspicuous instance of adver
tising on a grand scale is the price
receuiiy paid in Boston for a single
insertion iu one paper, $2,000, S.
It. Niii-s acting as ageut in the trans-'
action. The good judgment of Mr.
Jules iq such matters U recognized
not oi. ly in BostoD, but also iu New
York, .London and Paris. We under
stand that in the instance of which
we speak the results justified the
WllliuK to Work.
A pr.ragrsph crept into the Tbass
crift a few days ago, in which it
was si ted that the Odd Fellows had
great .iifficulty to get men to work
iu cleuaiug up the debris of the old
Opertt House. The gentlemen who
hid tie cleaning iu hand say that
this w .s au error as they found plen
ty of Men willing to work, and iu
fuel Vicro annoyed by the frequent
ion to get work. Our ex-
pt rimce is turn i litre are about a
Horen men on hand and ready to do
any kind of woik that is needed
where there is only work for one.
M hen we have coal thrown off at the
oflice the application! to have the job
of putting it in are no numerous m
to be annoying. We employ about
twenty-five people in and about the
TRASsctrT office, including carrier,
and if there la a rumor that some one
is to quit there are numerous appli
cations for the place. The working
men of Lexington are anxious to work
at anything they can lay their hands
to, the only tronble being that there
is not enough work for them all.
WOOOARD A HARBISON'S SALE.
Bom of the Top Price Realised
"Woodard & Harbison's great sale
of fine horses commenced yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock, and will con
tinue five days. A larga crowd of
layers are in attendance from all
over the country, and the hotels are
all crowded. Col. Edmonson and
Col. Jack Stuart are crying the sales,
and Tom Formnn is doing the eques
trian part of the programme. Owing
to the inclemency of the weather the
sales were transferred from the street
to the inside of Treacy & Wilson'
stable. Following is a list of the
principal prices obtained yesterday :
Harkaway, b s, 4 y o, by Indian
apolis, dam Abdallab Belle, W. J.
Nogle, Altoonn, Pa., $525; Strat
ford, b s, 3 y o, by Strath more, dam
Yonng Winnie by Woodford Mam
brino, John Splac, Cleveland, Ohio,
$030; Boston Wilkes, b s, 4 y o, by
George Wilkei, dam Jennie Ander
son by American Clay, George Smith,
Shelbyville, Ky., $2,600; Dispatch,
b s, 4 y o, by Onward, dam Lucille,
Alex. Hill, Owensboro, Ky., $075;
Flaco, br s, 0 y o, by Trolau, darn
by Yindex, L. D. Butler, Memphis
Missouri, $1,500; Monroe Wilkes,
c a, 2 y o, by Bed Wilkes, dam by
Monroe Chief, Jud Evans, Indiana,
$010; Clara K., b f, 4 y o, by Strath
more, dam Mattie Norman, Alex.
Hill, Owensboro, Ky., $025; Dia
mond King, ch s, 7 y o, by Mark
Diamond dam by Conscript, W. T.
Soper, Carlisle, Ky., $810.
CENTRAL MILLS JERSEY FLOUR.
I have been proprietor of two flour
mills. I have devoted considerable
attention to physiology and hygi en
and think I can speak intelligently
If the grain of wheat, merely
crushed and eaten in the shape of
what we now call unbolted flour,
had not been originally the best form
of it, it would have become so before
this because the human system has be
come adapted to it in that form
from long use. "Two women were
grinding at the the mill," and making
unbolted flour for themselves for
thousands of years before Jerusalem
cratio primaries, s"inipreveif
The "new proc onr, bnt probably
appearance of the of its food qnali
did it at the expen ebest part of the
ties. Much of the out into ''ship
flour is now thrown s. It mikes
stuff" and fed to the cowgirls will get
fat cows, but our pretty kine" if they
as lean as "Pharaoh's d fashioned
don't eat some of the ol mill in the
mill Btone fionr. Every process ex-
city has adopted the new which Mr
cepi. the Central Mills, ofietor. He
1. J. umbos is the proprstoue pro-
by the old orthodox mitl-ed
the finest brands of ' new process"
for those who prefer it Wheat con
tains 72 per cent of starch, 7 of glu
ten, 5 of sugar, 3 of gum and 12 of
water. The "new process" retains
bat little more tha a the starch. I
is not only the privilege of every
lady, ut her moral duty, to be jost
as pretty as she can be, and the
gluten for her hair and fingernails.
and the sugar in Central Mill's flour
will make her as sweet as pie, and
the gum in that kind of flour will
double discount Colgan's Tolu. It's
bad enough to have to "gum it" when
you are old andj lost.have your teeth,
young ladies. Don t do it while
you are young.
Mr. Gribb's flour is called the
"Jersey" brand because of its rich
ess and fattening qualities.
Coal Can at Fifty Cents.
From th Courier Journal.
The Chesapeake Gas Company, of
Baltimore, has reduced the price of
its coal gas to fifty cents per 1,000
feet, which leads the New York
Journal of Commerce into a retro
spection at home. The New York
gas companies a few years ago re
duced the price of gas to large con
sumers to seveuty cents, which raie,
being operated a considerable period,
mad dividends to the stockholders.
This suggests the inference that,
while fifty cents is a war rate in
Baltimore yet the Chesapeake Com
pany apparently selected that partic
ular price, because while entailing
heavy losses upon its rivals, woold
in the meanwhile pay all the expenses
or its own campaign. The Louis
ville Gaa Company advises its pat
rons that so long at they behave
themselves they will be served with
gas at not more than f 1 50, wbbh
also means not less than $1.50.
Trying to Uridgw Hie Cuani.
Columbus, Feb. 2. The confer
ence cemmittee that was appointed
to settle the differences between the
factious of the Ohio Senate will
formulate their report to the Senate
to-morrow. It is understood to refer
more especially to the uauner in
which the inveatigation of the Ham
ilton county contest cases shall be
conducted, and will provide thnt
any legal poiuU which may arixe dur
ing the contest and on which the
committee cannot agree shall be in
ferred to Judge ILuruian and It. A.
Harrison, of this city, for t decision
Ex-Policeman Mike Gormley
Shot by John Walsh,
CCRMLEY EXONERATES HIS SLAYER.
A Moody tragedy occurred about
8 o'clock last niirbt at the in-oeerv nf
t . . it- , i . . . .
uoun nsiru, on eni juain street,
l Welsh, on Went Main street,
the Ice Factory, in which Mike
mlcv, ex-policeman, was funnel -
,!.u i u'.U! a
tie shooting occurred Mr. Dick Gar-
lard hurried down town for a rhvsi-
cian, and as a Trakscbipt reporter
was leaving the post oflice, Mr. Gar
land came by. He spoke to officers
Donnellon, Bundy, and Henry, who
were at the post oflice corner, and
told them of the occurrence. They ;
hurried away, followed by the re- '
porter. Walsh was in his grocery, I
and the officers took him in charge j
and conveyed him to tie station-
house. They also secured his p!v i
tt l, a 4 ( calibre Navy Ueoiingit-n- i
The rporter then went np uir ic I
ee Got ml-, who lived ov,-i
.Valsti'a grocery. The winuded lu.n '.
was lying ou a bid, and Dia. Patter
sun and Brown were examining lit-
wound, which whs about ,in inch .w j
the left of the navel, the ha'l pis- i
iiig through the bowels but not on
ing out theba?k. The wound- d w,'.c
was very pale and sufi'eiing a rn
deal. Looking up iulo t lie f.cea n'
the reporter and othets by his lir 1,
he said: "Don't blame thnt m-tu. I t
was not to blame." A number of
people called to see the wonndid
niio, but it was found nfcofcHrv la
exclude them to prevent aono; auivi
i atber Brossart caiun to see the km'
frer, and they were alone togeihti
a rew moments, to a sboit ti'tit
G irmley spoke aain to those abo.it
bim and said: "Boys, I want jou to
clear that man; he is not to Llaui ';
there is no one to blnme but thu
wife of rtine." Mr. Wm. UorinM.
father of Mike, henring of his son'.
wounding, came into the room ti. I lashed on to tin tiding and the en
was greatly excited. The opinion o . gines were loclcd.
t ie pnysicians was mat tlie woum
was probably mortal.
After Walsh was lodged iu the sta
tiou-honae he was interviewed by :.
THAXsciurr reporter, and gave tl.e
following account of the aflair: "My
name is John Walsh. I am fift
earsof age. I came to Lexinglou
three yesrs ago from Cincinnati. 1
eerved during the war in Tot-
ten's Battery, 2d U. S. Artillery. 1
opened my grocery about a year ago.
1 never had a word with him in my
life until to-day. About 3 o'clock 1
locked up and went down town k
transact some business. I
returned about half-past four o'clock.
As 1 crossed Merino ttreet I noticed
Gormley standing in front of niv
grocery. He hollowed at mo uw 1
. .. : , tinwA l t ...... a. . . -.i i
vhm, uuuiQ ,,ei uoie, x wnui itu inn.
to you.' I walked up to him and h'
aid, 'Who have yon got iu there?' 1
pointing to my grocery. I said, '2so
body; tlie door is locked;! have been
down town.' He grabbed m by the
collar with one hand, drew his revol
ver with the other, and conimejee i
beating me over the bead with it
The first lick my hat fell off. He
atruck me three or four times I tiieu
to ward ofl the blows with my arm,
and called for the police. He then
pointed his pistol at me, and shirt.
'Yon d m eon of a b b, 1 am a no
tion to shoot you. A policeman wa
np on Jefiereou street, and heano
my call, ran to where we were. He i
t'ot between u, and, turning Gorai-
lnv aronnd, told Gormley to go nr
stairs nnd behave himself. In c li
cer then went ";,
Gormley going up s;:rf
A brother of Mike's to.k him i
itairs and paeiliej him. A sli r
'.IniH afterward I went onis'oV .
grocery to lock at eowe groceiits i.j
Curry, Howard & Mnrray'ii wpg
-oi . (
While doing so, Gormley CHiue
again after me and I went in the
grocery. He again hud out liis re
volver. I went down town to Jin' je
Royalty's oflice aud hwore cut u war
rant aqruinut Gormley, for aesuilt
aud battery. (Officers Lister, 0'Bii-r
nd Hall served the warrant oa
Gormley, who came down towu
about 0 o'clock and gave bail in I be
um of ioO. Mr. Llkiu going on ilia
bond. He went home and arrived
here about Lai f pa t 8 o'clock.
Gormley weut up stairs, when he re
turned, and seeing me iu the room ts
he passed up the steps, cursed ni".
In a short tune be came in the door
aud called for something -1 think a
cigar I hum: 'Mike, I would iathi
not sell yon anything. You had bn
er go over to Garland', as son
deal there.' He then cursed me an
said: 'I have a
kill you,' fu
his pistol at me, boldi
both bunds. I had mv revolver ly
alongside of mo at the time. H
pointed his revolver at me again and
ihreatedto kill me. I called M .
IWuett, my neighbor. Haloid m .
1 called aain he would kboct me.
I di l so aud ho b'aed away. J
eiezed my pintol and fired at him
twice. On of the shots hit bin .
He then run out the door, and iu
short time a negro put his head iu
the door and told me to come out,
as a man was shot .out tbert.
I told him I would not do so.
and for him tocall apolicemau."
After being shut, Gormley ra
acroM the sueet toward Gailuud'
grocery, and fell just after croaain
the street railway. He was pickt..
op aud curried back to Lis hum
1 he i'Xel nature of tLe double b
iwee'i liiut aud Li w.'c is ui. i
kuuwu, tuouh iLeiri tre VMiious rn
mors. It in sui 1 Ut-y iiavu sapnrHici i
beVcrul UujCS, the lilliU hijoul IWo
weeks ao. it is fcUpoed by aome J
i f his friend that hn recent cti-
: missal irom me ponce force, Poinu.g
jperate, and rai sed him to diiliat
; Bftr ft. fr
' NJ mU
' man i .id he was a loyal.
JevorAfl frixn.l Tim lixlii.mrtu
i .. . v
I l,w:-d friend Th-lealimory
I I" ,M ,th b TiJl lon.iUfnll
! ,or,bi" fra,,.v- b"" n" ,1',"
At I o clm k t as mornina G'nnle
Jll,l, J ppai-einl
-,D'''nK ' .9 "f ,l" I'hi?i"H"
sa,' WonI toI.j, doi liv
until this morning. His wife sit be-
"iuo Lie bed, sxisying to and fro in
her grief, whili his aged mt'jer
(it. od watching 'uni and weeping.
Latir At 3 .c'ock this miming
he wounded mnn was renting iiii.li
;he effect of opiates; no chance foi
ausea a l-'atrl Accident on tti.
Clteaapeake and Ohio .Mull,
' Stauhton. Va , Feb. 2. A dias
rons collision 0"cifred on the Che
, pelLo and Ohio ruilroa 1 hpre at oiif
j o'clock this tuo' ling. The nigLt ex
! press ran into the fright train tn a
: .tiding and completely wrei-kd boiii
I .ciin. FirriiiHn ti ill nc if
Kicbiuond, was killed; t. W. K:
.inger, master inacLioest, of H'ch-
tiltn1 liatil m tf-vltl iiptu nm-l l.ifw
ua'uvaa u uin aiut m iu au 1 p
l adly broken at d a bad sctlp wound;
a. liowry, of JiicLmand, engineer,
iiad his throat cnt and arm scnlded;
his condition is dangnrrus; Charles
Smails, of Stauaton, engineer of the
freight train, had his back bndly
spraiued and bruised. The only
passenger hnrt was Dr. Lafferty, of
Ujchmond, but not seriously. Tim
accident was caused by cr-'miniil
; negligence. 4 be brakeman was
I aroused by the passing freight train,
I changed the
i express came
hwncn just as tne
in sight. The train
j A C liureli Racket.
' Wabash, Isd , Feb. 2. On Snn-
I Aav ril.rli, ttl IK .nlnivili in .M
. U.UW . L U I I II 111 I U lull
lage of Dora tvelve miles sonthenst
of here, Will Oates was ihot by
Clayton Pavey. Two years ago
Oates eloped ith Clayton's sis'er.
Pavey swore ve.igeance upon O.des.
Nothing more was heard of the mat
ter, however, u.itil recently, when the
old quarrel wai reoewed. Mr. and
Mrs. Oates weie sitting iu the front
pew atd Clay. on Pavey stepped up
and remarked mat he hud come to
settle the matter uni at the tame
time striking Gates. The latter ts
sayed to defend himself and "Pavey
drew a revolver and fired at Oales,
who grasped the weapon nnd rceived
a very serious wound Jlie censjre-
i a j
wild disorder. ,ftlrs.
Oates dropped her baby who was
trampled upou and perhaps fatally
Tne Head-ess) Mail MyMery.
Nashville, Feb 2 The hnaJletB
man mystery was solved to-day by
the coufessiou of one of the pt ti-
charged with the murder. Siiili-,-quent
to the discovery of the hei.d
in Ben Brown' yard, and the cum
plete identification of the remains as
those of Frank Arnold, three other
persons implicated were arrehted aud
Ben Lrown has not yet been
I I y tioodtt.
j New Ygek, Feb. 'i The expert
of domestic co'iou for tLe pal wet-,
has been 4.'Job package?, ai.d hince
Jannary 1, 21,. 00 packages, agniLal
! 13,103 packagi'S for er.me lime Ihki
1 year aud 0,433 package for 1&8I.
The tone of 11m market hows a ten-
j dency of hardening for all stIes i f
Btaple cottons, while iu all depM t-
ments a good tiade m in
on account of Npring wants.
AuuulIiiiK a Lease.
Tkentox, N. J., Feb. 2 Chancel
lor Runyon to day read an opiirou
in the rase of Vail vs. Kt-vt Jerhey
Central and Philadelphia and Kfad
ing It. It. Companies, in whicu he
declares thut the 1hh mude l y tho
former to the latter company is null
aud void. The Chaucellor has or
deredallthe property of the Cen
tral road to be transferred back to
S-gFA Ojsta, Gams,
C. C. 3ELIi, JK., 1TO. S V, ST.
J ames Means' $3 Shoe
For Men's wear, and Jain en Mann'
longer without rippiug aim nems coding loi ao
rauie price, tue trial will make ou buy tbm
..i , .
Anl 1! os tit uny iisunti!l3 fi r ou n.:ue uh.
Urn U Bet,
SENiTi i PJ OCKKDINOS.
Wincl sstrr Has Ier Charter
The Fil s oi' Perrons Crim
iu illy Ac. used.
FRA5 ir', Frb 2 Ieave was
granted u brin in the following
bills s A Ml to reneid Chsp. 1,835,
of the tieislm Act,' 1S83-84, bsing
mi act t p. jvidt for and regulate
'he veniili.n in of coal m.ues in this
Sate, and I r the beiter protection
of miners. Uour's of Justice.
A bill to prohibit tiie wotking of
convict in i le coal mines of this
Comnic.iwe. lth. Coii.is of Justice.
Mr. Clav. Committee on Proposi
ims nnd 'Jrievtnce- Hon Bil
.'S1 A It : to Ail n I tlm chaierof
iiecity of .'incLesLr. Pasxed.
An nt t nmeidft c. 234 of the
Cri-iiin-1 (J-de of Piscine, re'ating
n ritii of persons rrminaly sconsed
lo testify u their own behalf was
i .ken np.
Mr Gdb rt offr-1 to amend by
rt quiring tl e acctiM,' 1 testify be
'its n;' i 'I or wit-; are exam
ii.ed in hejctlf of lyu accused.
Mr. Walli ce moved to amend by
striking oil, iu liues five and six of
Shc. 1 "pen 1 or c tiuinal canie and
proceeding" and i'leer'ing "prosectl
lion tiudt-i i n iniia'tirent for a f.lo-
I t y ' '
bill, as Amended, was put
I upon if 4 passage, uud the ayes and
' noes demun led. Passed. Ayes, 19;
The Seni t then aijonrued.
Suicides By Shooting Him
sjlf With a
Anoiber horri ' .ffair occurred
Tuesday iijruiu a' 4 o'clock, Mr.
C'laren oi You if. tilliug himself
with a a! -' gun 3'i. Yonng was a
f irmer in od t .n U'listsnces, aged
about i T) m irs, si.(i L .s a wife and
four oi five chil.likU. His home is
about $ m les from Lexington, on
the Ta ea ('reek road. Oa Monday
he was iu iown, apparently iu good
spirits, mi I ui ijd here went to
the c-.mrthi.iiau vd KiiTQed a replevin
bond f r s ipgn man. He retnrned
home iu iM afti io n and retired
at night, jt; part :.ily in good spirits.
At 4 c'eiuv'i yente:d;iy morning, bis
wife ht-, he a:oBe as usual
and went j do another room, where
theie was a sb t -jrno loaded with
bird slot. Iu a t-hon time she heard
tbe gnu fir.-, and going into the room
found l.iru 'jing tn the floor nearly
dead. Tii charge had taken effect
in the tuid le of the breast, and the
triggorvnit t have I eea pulled by bis
foot. No sause is known for the
deed, but temporary insanity is sur
mised. H- was a soil of Mr. Matt
Young, deceased, who left all
hi ebildr. n in good circumstances
when he d 3d.
We are prepared to tune and repair
Pianos i-i the very best manner,
MR. UlliRGR UORITH AN
Is working in our employ, and has
the iudoiR men' i,f many of our best
lunsici'iiis. I'msi-f as-, reference
jjivii and voik "iia.antbd.
Milward & Co.
IMS thlal. lll".Cl ig'.l.
;7 t' i ios r.,r rfal or Rent.
I L-.f f. S50j u3tuo
J. H. WEIL & SON
Of the la'-.t deh ifne I and in all the
popular W oods.
J. H. WE!!. & SON,
Mk, lie, Etc.,
and lie tail.
St U. Of-
"or li' a. 1 hey wi'l ws
i uu a.iv oi her shoe for the
BAltG virsr STORE,
Mum una Broadway.
BASSE I T & SONS.
BOOTS AND SHOES'
Buckle Arctics, Gum Boots. LsdW Hi h Bntmn Aic:ic. A large stock
of a'l Lii.ds of Gum Goods cheap. All
Wintor Boots cixxcX Shoos
Krdnceil in price. Come and see ns.
AT 91AIH '111' i !!' f?
John C. Berryman,
NO. 17 CIlF.Arttimc,
AnHte ani fiiiiias Mi
Sole Agent for the Glen Mary Coal and Coke.
NO. 31 NORTH BROADW41',
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS HOUSE
Appleton, Lancaster & Duff.
Now ready with a large stock of SHEETINCS,
PILLOW -CASINCS, TABLE DAMASKS AND WHITE
COODS for housekeepers' early spring sewing.
They are selling bargains In WINTER WOOLENS,
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, HOSIERY and LADIES' MUS
The remainder of their Cloaks at about half-price.
APPLETN, LANCASTE I i Mil.
Watkins & Spencer,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Sign Golden Eagle.
PHONES NO. IJO,
McCANN & HIGGINS,
CHINA, GLASS, QUEENSWARE, ETC., ETC.
CORNER MAIN AND MILL STREETS,
Special inducements fur
HOMOEO PAT HIC
f.Tcn i-uwJ .s-j.i yn
Ft j yjof
lit V YOUt
Wm. M. SNYDER, JR.,
I IU T I AH1' MAIN KIKEi:i.
Prompt Delivery. Fu
Bet ail Dealer in
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the next thirty dava
10 EAST MAIN STU EE r.
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Cash for Thirty Days.
Has a full supply of all kinds of
Ltst Veteriuary M.-i icine, for
all kinda of Stock.
For Cjiighn aud Croup! Spciai
Ueui-4-.y lor l-'ius ed I'arii.! Speci
liMiuedy for your o.d chiiLlains.
fell kinds! l'reaci i tion filled
promptly at living pi ices!
no a short si hi;i:t,
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