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THE SEMI-WEEKLY OHIO DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6. lftOfi.
sTHE OHIO DEMOCRAT.,,,
Evory Tuosdny and Friday
THE OHIO DEMOCRAT PUBL1SHIHG CO.
Jl M.FLOYD, - - Editor.
J, B. DOLUSON, - Associate.
OI'KIOKi In DolllHon lllnclc. Houth door
ONUUOI.I.A.K, .... lNAllVANOR
CSf-lt not In ndvnnco you will pny 1.25.
Democrat National Ticket.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN,
Democratic State Ticket.
For ScerPturynf State. ,.
CHILTON A..W1UTB, of Drown.
For Judiro ol Supremo Court,
K. 1). BTAltIC,
Kor l'iiiiil mill UiilrvOommNsloiiur
KorJlPinlnrorllimnlor 1'uhllc WiiiIcf,
WILLIAM UU VUMONT. of Melting.
Democratic Judicial Ticket.
KurCuiniiioii I'lcnH .indse "
Of Kail Held.
O.W. H. WltlOIIT,
Tor Congressman lllh. District
WILLIAM K. l'lNKJIl.,
For Probnlo JiiiIko:
J. 11. KIAbOK.
For Cleric of Com t:
For Prosecuting Attorney:
klmuu o. pkttit.
l'or Inflriiinry Dlrcelor:
ISAAC A. Wit I OUT.
For Coronei :
W. P. JONAS.
To The Democratic Voters or Hock
The, undersigned takes this
means to express Ids thanks to the
Democratic friends. who so kindly
rallied to hig support nt the late
Democratic Primary Election, re
sulting in his selection as the enn"
didato for commissioner. After
carefully considering the situation,
and consulting Willi many of my
friends', I have determined that
tho best Interests of the Democracy
In this coti'ity will bo ndvnnced at
this timo by my retirement from
tho ticlcot, and deeming party
Buccesslof much more importance
than personal advancement I
voluntarily resign said position,
nnd urge my friends to work and
vote as I slall fill my place on the
ticket. .Onco moro thanking my
friends hntl tho Democracy
I am yours for tho cause.
John V. Smith.
i A Card.
To tho Democratic voters' of
Hocking County. Tho undersigned
takes this .ineaiiH to express his
thanks to Jiis Democratic friend?,
for tondering him tho fiojnfnntion
for tho ofllco of coronpr of this
county. After careful- consider
ation and consultation with 'many
friends, I Imvo determined to
voluntarily wjthdanv from tho
canvass. . ;
I am flrmcly of tho opinion, that
tho cnu'so of freo sliver will bu ad
vanced by a union of all tho ele
ments in favor of It j and a ileal ro
to effect this union is tho eauso of
my present courdo. I dosiro and
urgo all my friends to labor for tho
success of tho candidate selected to
fill tho vacancy on tho ticket made
by my resignation. Thanking tho
Democracy for their confidence
Iim Yours Truly.
.20 lbs of old fashioned
pure buckwheat flour for
50 cents, at Stiers & Co.
Infamous Wliclp. . '
Language Is not porfnlsslblo In
print to express contempt' for, the,
mean coniempuiuio cuss that de
liberately anil maliciously cut In
two Iho net belonging to tho Lo
gan Tennis Olub."' The lowest pit
in Inforno la too good for sucli a
dog. A vigorous nttempb
mudo to nscortlon who
c remit wns anil havo him prosecut
ed to tho fulj extent of tho" law.
If a low llfod boy, hltk placo Is Jn
tiio reform farm until ho is taught
somo soiiso-, If, fti irian who la so
void of principle ids placo is In tho
workhouse, and n good horso
whiplng would do him good beforo
Arc the Farmers of Hocking lo 1'liclr
Interests. Grand Meetings.
Never before In tho history of
Hocking county Iuivo tho people
been so thoroughly aroused to
politics as they nro this fall. Tho
farmer and laborer is alert to listen
to tho great issues of tho day dis
cussed nnd to decide, as almost
unanimous they are deciding, that
they will throw off tho British yoke
of financial depression ns did tho
fathers in 177(5, andro-establlshour
A meeting was called for Satur
day afternoon at Uloomlngvllle.
Sneakers 0. V. Wright, A. II. Wil
son, 15. O. Petti t, doorgo Jacoby
and J. li. Rlason and tho Logan
Bryan Silver Quartette were pros
cut. Tho most sangtiino had ex
pected that thcro would be present
u school houso full, of pcoplo to
listen to tho speeches, but when
the hour of 2 o'clock camo the
people camo pouring out of the
surrounding hills as if by magic,
and tho idea of the school house
was abandoned and a speakers
stand was erected on tho square
and fully 800 men surrounded tho
stand when tho first speaker,
George Jacoby candidato for com
missioner, was introduced. He
made a short address, and excused
himself very nicely as ho and Mr.
Illason wcro billed for a moeling
at Glbisonvlllo in tho evening, nnd
must bo starting that way. A. II.
Wilson and C. V. Wright followed
with masterly addresses. Re
publicans present said they never
saw as lingo a crowd in Blooming
vilie. Benton will come in this
fall with the largest Democratic
majority in the history of tho town
ship. Tho corps of speakers and
singers left Bloomingviilo about
four o'clock and drove to Ilesboro
whoro hnd assembled about one
hundred voters to hear tiio issues
of the day discussed In their true-
light. Mr. A. II. Wilson, C. V.
Wright and E O. Pettlt addressed
tho meeting. Tho Republicans nil
along tho line seem to he uncon
cerned as to tho result, some saying
they didn't care how the result is,
and others moro bold expressed
their intention of supporting sllvor.
It is evidently a year when thero
is lack of enthusiasm on the part
of the Republican party. Most of
the voters In Hocking are poor
men and can't just seo iiow a vote
to help tho Wall street money
lender, will help him in tho fields
of Hocking county. Tills is the
cause of many deserting tho Re
publican party to vote with the freo
Word from Glbisonvlllo "authen
tically states that a monster moot
ing was held thero Saturday even
ing George Jacoby and J. B.Riason
addressing the meeting. Mr. Jaco
by is moro than pleased with the
out look of tho western part of the
county since his tour. Tho com
iniMfcohuve arranged for a meeting
every night this comnaign some
plaio in tho county, and the result
yllf bo an overwhelming victory
for'tllo Democratic ticket.
10 pair eictra large all
wool Blankets slightly
soiled $3.50 a pair former
ijtfce $4.50 at Stiers & Co.
List ol .Oillccrs for Ercc Silrcr Mcet-
illff 111 Olkni-il 'llnncr. tint ii Mil!
I- .'."- -v. w.. ...
Chairman Capl. W. M. Bowen.
Vice Chairman Col. S. Weldy.
Presidents ............ Dan Ackors,
A Nixon, Jacob Schwartz, Win.
Williams, H. L. Wright, A. J.
Burgess, Chas. Wright, J. T. Nut
ter, Jno. Hansel, W. II. Lehman,
II. Trimmer. J. W. Ruislon, Col.
W. Si, fFrlesnor, Jno. Selh, J. D.
McLaln, J. S. Shaw, Oco. Jacoby,
Crato Reusoner, D. Hoft, Sr. Mar
tin Hnrlmnn, Sr. E. G. Martin,
Jno. Palmer, Jno. W. Smith, J. B.
Stetlem, C. II. Buerhaus, N. J.
Weiiand, V. C. Lowry, Chas.
Juergonsmoiorpiias. Rose, Wm.
II. Woodruff, Lewis Green, Jno. A.
Shaw, J. M. Floyd, Eph. Shultz,
Dr. G.:w. Dollison, W. N. England,
UF. W. Dolllson, C. Ilamblln, MHton
Unilney, D. W. Wright, Jacob
Koller, Jno. Fox, Geo. Hnrtmon,
Andrew "Wright, J. W. Mathiot.
Geo. Wi-Idner, O. W. II. Wright,
F. P,;jrartl'u', Ja ,KloInsc"hmidt Sr.
Frank Kessler, W. D. Mansfield,
D. II. Lappon, P. J). Sloan.
Salt per barrel 65 cents
at A. C. Tiptons.
, The two ch'ildron of Mr, nnd Mra.
Goorga Bailey. A daughter Em-
inn departed Sept. 28lh at tho ago
or 3yr. umo, npd 20du. nnd a son
CHarlcs," Albert departed Sept. 29lh
atthongoof-'lyr, lmo. and I7tln.
Both weie buried sido-by side' fn
the cemetery of tiio EVafg. LuOi,'
fit Tnl.,.' rAr. l T ..ul rn h'A
w, ....., v.LMIK.1 411 JV.IUll-J J.IIWII-
ship. Their dentli was caused by
E, G. 9roF,iui.
A Llo Nnllcd.
MuiuiAY City, 0?t. G, 1890.
Mr. Editor please alow us space In
your valunblo paper, to nnswer
what wo consider, somo of the most
nbsurb, rediculous, prepostorous,
and notorous, falsehoods ever sent
out by any local paper for tho pur
pose of dccclvciug nnd misleading
its prejudiced roadors. Somo un
principled, bigi ted, Ignoramous, has
taken It upon himself to ridicule,
and misrepresent to tho general
public, those among the supporters
of silver, who nro endeavoring by
clear nnd phylanlroyshlcnl dis
cussions to enlighten their fellows.
In the first placo wo want to in
form the public of tho fact that tho
Into speech of Mr. Armstrong de
livered at Jobs was almost If not
an entire failure. At no time dur
ing Ids discussion did ho receive
the attention of moro than ono
hundred persons including the
members of his dark complected
band. In tho second placo wn
want to mako tho writer of that
article that came out In the Journal
Gazette a few days sinco swallow
ono of his own lies. In ono pi nee
ho said tho citizens of Murray went
in largo numbers Saturday even
ing Sept. 2Gth lo Now Pittsburg
showing that they were moro will
ing to hear David Armstrong than
Hon. W. M. Fink. In another
place he said tho pcoplo of the
whole township flocked in numbers
to Murray to hear Hon. W. M. Fink
and other suporters of silver. The
gold bugs of this section of the
country nre very much opposed to
Iho wl-jdom and boldness of three
kids namely Chas Hnskins, Cha.
Chatfield and William II. Hnskins
and their tigcs aro respectfully 10,
22, 22 years. Our gold friend 'in
Ids article abused In a very un
principled manner Mr. Chas Has
kins. Not only did ho nbuso but
lied on him concerning a discussion
which he Mr. Hnskins had with
Mr. Dills of Consoi. Tho writer
said that the said Mr. Dills argued
with Mr. Hnskins in sucli a manner
as to shut him up when in tho fact
of tho matter it was just tho other
way, for ail that Mr. Dilts could
say providing it was Mr. Dilts of
whom tho writer spoko for Mr.
Dilts Is a stranger to tho writers,
was that you aro too young to talk
to me also ho the writer called the
Mint Report which Mr. Haskins
had on his person a free silver
15 Red Comforts made
to sell at $1.50 each but are
slightly soiled and 75 cents
will buy one at Stiers &
Abraham Poling wns born Sr p
tember lGth 1819, died October 1st.
189G aged 77 years and 1(3 dnyp.
Ho was married in tho year 1889
to Elizabeth Busby. By this union
thoro were tf children 2 sons nnd 1
daughter one son with tiio mother
having gono to tiie spirit world.
In tho year 1818 ho was married to
Luciiida Ruble, and to them were
given 0 children, G sons nnd 4
dnughtors; 3 sons and 1 daughter
having passed oi) before. There
romains to mourn their loss a wife,
7 children, GO grand children and
10 great grand children. In the
year" 1837, at the ago of 18 and nt a
meeting held in an oldfchoolhouse,
Brother Poling was converted and
joined the United Brethren Church
of which ho was an active member
nt the timo of his doitth. Ho was
class leader of tho Pleasant XI 111
Society f6r niilnv years nnd was
os'to'emed and loved by his clasj
males. Brother Poling was a man
of God full offafth and zeal, In his
high callrVig In Christ Jesus. li It,
presence was,il,wnya felt in the
Uhurch and to him tho iiouso of
tho Lord was Ids delight and lo II
ho would 'go through mud, rain,
storm, or darkness, sick or well,
showing to all around him that he
was on tbo Lord'd sldo nnd looked
for a City whoso builder and mak
er Is God. -'Less than one year ago
ho was hoard to sy in tho class
room that V. would go to tho house
of God as often ns ho could, 'lest he
bo In the Way of others. Surely as
it rlpo shock 61 corn lie lias beon
galhoreu into tho Kingdom of his
Lord and Mnsier. In the death of
Brotiier Paling tho wife, children,
friends, church npd community
sustain a great loss,,, Funeral dls
courto proaciiod by Rev. W. II.
Wright at Pleasant Hill Church.
' ' W. II, W.
Ladies.wqol suits, Jack
ets and skirts, the latest
at Stiers & Co. '
Go-and seo the new line
of glass ware . at "Stiers &
Co. . -b
Notice to Iluiitcis.
No hunting allowed on tho prom
ises of the'iindorslguod,
"LOWEST YET FOR CORN."
(On (September Gloat the followlnu lioaa
linos atincared over tiio market reports In
tho Chlcnco rSvcrittfff Post! "Lowest Tot-
For corn Bens To-day at J ucnis i'cr
Bushel For Septcmlilr Delivery Wheat
Also Wenk nnd Low."
Yesterday wliqn work wns over,
And tho evening closing down,
Heading through the evening paper
News of country and of town,
Qlnnctng at commercial columns
To learn how trado had ruled ulnco morn,
I saw, lu striking typo, a headline
Itcadlnui "Lowest yet for corn."
"Lowest yet for corn!" What of ItT
Surely, nothing now to hear:
Every Week tolls tho samo story,
Month by month and year by year.
"Lowest yet for corn I" ConBldcr
Though tho story may bo old
Thcro aro Hioho Who have to suffer
Uvcry timo tho tnlo Is told. ,
Dvcry timo the tale's repeated
Unto ears well-nigh forlorn
Somo surviving hopo's defeated,
Hearing: "Lowest yet for corn,
nut I fancy somo aro saying:
"It la safe at all events:
Sufo to Hay Chicago market
Won't go under twenty cent
When those fearless BDteulutors
Seo tho clmnco beforo them hero
They'll becomo bold operators"
And "There's nothing left to fear-
Wo hove heard somo such assertion
liravcly mndo from year lo year;
"Lower than thlH.ln.Kt quotation,
Thero Is nothing left to fear."
"Nothing left to fenrl" Where nro thoy 7
Who nro left with strength to copo
With this cver-downwurd pressure?
Not hero's nothing loft to hopel
Nothing left to hou'o If wisdom
Hrm not yet tho Icbhoii taught,
By tho sti Iking down of silver
Has tho wretched wicclc been wrought.
Nothing left to hope! Itcmcmbcrl
Hack In eighteen soventy-threo
Gold and silver both sustained us,
Silver Polnago then was free. .
Unrestrained eaeh nohlo metal
Aided nil tho works of man,
Hnrli In turn relieved tho other.
On the bimetallic plan. i.
Only once or twlco this nation
Hod endured a panic's sway, "J
Now, llko any ioor relation, '
Tnnlo cornea full-drcsaed to ctuyt
Dismal periods of depression,
Disappointment on ull hands.
Seo us inlse In sad succession
Half-priced crops on mortgaged landa
Half-priced crops, which In tho selling.
Leave such small reward h to toll,
Sortow quaitcrs In tho dwelling
Of the tiller of tho soil.
Cunning tricksters said though silver
Had been king In days of yore,
Now Its rojal reign wns ended,
It should bo free-coined no more.
Thus by tricks that treason played us,
Sllvei's colnngo rights wcro sold;
And the crlmo's results huvo madous
Slaves to Euiopo and to gold.
Tntleotly till now wo'vo borne It,
Hut the outlook giowlngworse,
l.oo of country! Lovoof freedom!
Cull us now to end, tho curso.
We hao got a hcavcn-eclectcd
Champion by God's good grace,
III nn by our votes elected
To the nation's highest placo.
llryan, and our silver treasure,
Froc-colned dollars bright as morn,
nnnlsh sorrow! Wclcomo plcanurol
Danish "lowest yet for Cornl"-
II. do D.
ANARCHISTS AT YALE.
Slmlcnta Dn Not I'ennlt Ilryan to Bpcnlt
nt Now Iliivon Au Indliinn Cane
It Is noteworthy that Mr. Brynn 1ms
been permitted to spoil k wherever he
ilrnircd In nil this country except in New
Ilincn, and on tho ruinous campus of
Ytilo college. Fifteen thousand people
OFseinliled thcro the other duy ,to hear
him, but COO Ynlo students dlspobed
Uicmhuhcs In the croud nnd created bo
much noltc nnd cuu.W such dlsturb-
nneo flint It wus Impossible for lihu to
proceed and tiio attempt wua aban
doned. The htudcnUi indulged In cheers
for McKlnley, college yells, nnd, tho
dlspotehes fcoy, rendered tho "Frog
Chorus from AriBtopluines."
It u Jttpjvinle meeting hnd been thus
broken up In tho west tho republican
prcM) would hno denounced itunspnr
Ifgly iih an outburst of anarchy. As it
In, they npolo(rl.o for It nnd excuse it
oij the ground of "boyish exuberance."
There linn been no hick, however, of un
Bpnrlnjr criticism. Tho" spirit of de
icney nnd fnlr piny all aer the country
lins denounced the outrugo In nnspnr
A few dnya later tho students of Wiv
lxish collego ut Crawfordsville.Ind., un
dertook to rendor the "Froff Chorus
from Aristophanes" onaRoincwhatulm
llnr occiusion. Col. Patterson wns
sjieaklng there, and a crowd of these
students dcslrliiff to emulate Ynlo un
dertook to breulc up tho meeting, nut
they had hardly got tholr,"chorus" well
under way when a squad of wvll-mus-clcd
farmer lioys, w ho had como to the
speaking, nttacltcd and lltcrtdly wiped
up tho enrth with them. They puxn
moled .some of them within nn Inch of'
their lives, while others took rcfugoin
prlvntc residences. It Is useless to bay
mo meeting proceeded without inter
ruption. And w heiexcr young nnnrch
Ista of this dura undertnko to disturb a
public picetlng it would bo well If there
pou)d nlso 1)0 present a bqund of brawny,
conservative, order-lot Ing farmer lads
to tench them n lesson In good behavior.
Our oppononu try to illrldo tho tolling
rnimacs Anil net tho laboring men In oppo
sition to tho farmer. I warn tholnljorom
not to tlotfcrt tho rurmcra, who Imvo hern
tho friends of labor In ovcrj etrucgloto
bettor their condition. UIio very people
who to-day uro lloniptinu to mo tho lu
borlnfr men to defeat tho formora In thctr
Jtut cauao nro tho umo people who havo
oppresaed labor from tho beslmilni: of
the world, Hnd will do io again tho mo
n.ent they huvo an opportunity. (Ap
planao. Btr. Dry an at Churlottc, N. C
Tho KJovomber cloctlon will prove
that Cnrl fichurz, who Jina noted in
turn with tho republicans, democrats
and mugwumps, does not carry the
Gcnnnn-Ainerican voto in Ids pocket,
A yonr ago, when tho election of n gold
prealUentaeeinod almolutnly certain, cold
left thU countrr In larfjo diiantltlea. Now,
nllli tho odds In favor of tho freo coinage
candidate, It la rotiirulncluaiichiiuuntitlcii
that thellnnbiif Untlland hiial;oonobllged
torulae Ita price Warorly (In,) Qomocrat.
1'rieiula of. Mr. Ifrynn ucuro for him
a uiajotlty ns high oa $.1,000 in Ne
braska. Senator Allison writes a friend in
Wnfchipgton that ho fears Bryan will
carry iovn, Ana well lie mav.
Tho moneyed clnsQi-s ibaUirrny them
Helves ngtilnsf tho mosses, but the
maiseanjustn'tisqucal about J't nid nrrav
themsehes ngnlnst the classes. 'That's
ltho demand ' forllver ji coin doea'
pot aOecfrltp coiumereial pree. why la It
tlm lnhnthre,layf Jpllwlnir Chtvcloji
Ing of the ,l.nitlan pilnt hy tle Urltjjh
eorWninnnt thtt prfoo of ailVer drpppavd
from Sit ceaM, b08, cJnta' uno,inco
Woa not thla the te$uit of B lowT
$a,4Wl(X)0JX)rl of.iBorlfraL'eM In
pay n ton wvSfcrn nlntoij.it Is not sun L.
iniding tnnt pcopioput this tvny- do not
yearn for 0 ?0Q-cent upllatv
A Few Bargains!
All Ginffliiims 2,000 ynvcl&fe...: ' 5c
1000 ynrdti prints, . .i.'., '4c
1000 yds good Slicoting Muslin 1 yd wklb.".;,. ,."., ........ 4c
1000 yds 10 inch linen crash . ' ' u" 5n
Fair Canton Flannel -
Good Joans f
38 inch nil wool silk finish Henriettas in all cokmf ,.'.. 25.C
3( inch serge, all wool, all colors ,., 25c
52 inch serge worth 75c to 80c per yard for r 49c
Ladies winter weight vests ; ' 20c
All wool skirts 45c
Qent's-'Furnishings; . '. ; .
1000 ptair good seamless hose , ,.; -m t 4c
Men's heavy underwear pr suit., , ; ;, 50c
Men's undcrsuits worth $1 per suit for " w 70c
Gents gloves . .. , "".... 20c
Gents 25c shirt ' ' '-" l9c
' Z '-'v-
Gents hats at less than cost. "''
Blankets per pair 39c to $5.50. , v
All wool carpets one yard wide ' 40c
Gapesand JavketsfromlfiLto $25
For 30 Days Only!
We will sell our LADIES SHOES from $2.00 and up-wtu-d;
an elegant assortment of the latest styles, including
a complete lino of the Drew, Selhy & Co. fine shoes
at 20. percent discount
Our line is complete, in all departments.- and we cordially
invite the public to call and examine our stock. !No trouble
to show goods.
Thb new Fall, (styles in
Capes and Jackets "at hand
r.his woek. Tho largest
varied line ever shown by
us from $3 to $20 at
Stiers & Co.
A girl to do gouentl houso work,
Call on or uddreas, Chnrles Frush,
Salt-per barrel. 65 cents.
at A. C. Tiptbhs. .
The pnrnniount rpmoily for ull our nnnn
clal olfa ta o return to the ayatent of,
blnietulllaiu irlilolf oillHI prior to. 1H7D;
-Duvld II. 11)11'. (fcpeechln Hulled Stutca
Senutv, I boy.) .
Jn n bicycle rldo of-ICO mile's through
Ohio, Indinim nnd IlllnbU'n ii.-uly of
jhrOc Cfileilgo htinkrotnrddij'c ffiiui'd tnif
two formers vho would ofe-forMcKln.
. y the mlnlrftofs nrejjoinfr.Io tnko fjiv
Stuni)), Jerhnvj we'll hniiio'n.9gn thif
nollUcinns to (III Uib nnlplt'i. '
i believe thu arrugglb' oow'golng' oo In'
thla country, and , other coun.rLea'jor,n,
aingiogoiii aiBiicmrtlf woufd.'lf aueetfaafuL
prouut-e irjuefpreail Olaaatef In 'i
throughout tho world.
m'awti i(cri.wihfci.tt' u ox rn . yc Ke r .
K,i VL'Kn Tjffgiuii " " S t - Ohio
Salt,peiharrel Q5 oentiL;
at A. 0 J,Tiptons.
. . . Space only to mention
. ' r ' .
. r ...' ..,. . . a few of them.
i :v ' ' ..j
- - 15c
I "" - r-
OYSTERS and CELERY in
Beef. Pork, Mutton, Veal
- and sausage in their
seasons. I aim to .handle
only the best stock that
can be purchased and
.niy customers can al-
, ways d.epen.d'on' getting
the very best in the
market, by calling at tho
City Moat, Market.
'P!!kiliff Hiy frlqntis Jo thoir
piUTOnugtrin'tlio, naBt; rind Bonng,to'
meHt n bontinuuiio;of tlia Sfiinb, '
tinw Te snjoi 4o't BMinajr mi.
!Hu o toKj i
,HiU 'l08 .tnD 'W!HWI'?l jta
' . , f.
r-tai.i. aj. "f
f BIT Ol" I
on yonr tea table served
with the ten, will lend additional
charm lo the nflcrnooil call.
You can have "ripe'' fragrant
fruitcake nhvnyo on hand, with
ou trouble or expense, hy using
MINCE MEAT. "
It makes n Burpasingly rlcli, yet
wholesome cake, with n fruity
flavor that can uOl be cquullcd.
Get tiio gcuulndi Sold every
where. Take no substitutes.
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will 'nrim,rrcdfc!.M!k,-,Mr. l-opkln.-Tliitiili,.
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Produces tiio nbovo results In so DAV5. It acts
powerfully nnd quickly. Cures when all otlier3
fail. Young men nnd old men will recover their""
youthful vigor by using ItGVlVO, It quickly f i
and surely restores from effects of selj-nbusu or ',.
eicess nnd indiscretions Lost Manli'ood, Lost . ''
Vitality, Imnpotency, Niglitly lZmlsslon-i, Lost ( i
Povcr of either sex, Tailing Memory, Wastlnc
Diseases, Insomnia, Nervousness, which unfits .-,
one for study, business or marriage. Itnotonly ' 7
cures by starting at tho scat of disease; but li a
Great Nerve Tonic and Blood-builder ,
ant) restores both vitality and strength to tho
muscular and nervous system, bringing Lack '.
the pink "glow to pnle cheeks ami restoring tlia ? .
(Ira ol yiuth. y ivards off Insarilty and po'ni I '
jurnptlon. Accept uosubstlltile, Insist oniiav-. 't
big KEVIVO, ho other. It can bu carried In yest 2fe
pocket. Dy null. $1,09 per package, In pUln:5?3
wrapper, or six for $s,oorli)i aposlllyo wrlt'TO".
ten guarantee to cure or refund tho money in
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