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Eyory Tuuatluy and Frldny
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T H8.0m0 DBM0CRAT POBLISHIHOJGO.
J7m. FLOYll" - 'Editor.
J.D. DOLLISON, - Associate.
IK-'i'MUBtMii O-iMlunu Ulook. Houlli door
ONKn-M.l.V'; .... iyAUVAN(.
73-1 riot tn tulvrtiico you will pnyfl.'i'
Democrat National Ticket.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAH,
roil vicn phkbipent
Damocralic Stale Ticket.
Tor Mvrnmr.vof Stnli-.
OHltU'OX A. WHITE, or Drown.
I Or Jinljtu or.Stinremu Court,
Fur Piiii-l in I I) ilrv Commissioner
Vat Mntn'nr 'if II Mhl of l'ulillu Vorl:,
WILLIAM liU VUMiJN'T.oflilelsliiK.
Doinocratie Judicial Ticket.
l'ortloiiimou I'loiH JtuUv ,
Ur Villi (Iciil
vO. W. II. WllKJIIT,
WILLI AM U. PINK .III,
I-'or l'robnto Judge
1'or dork of Court:
Por Prosecuting Attorneys
UI.MUI: O. I'B'ITIT.
l'or Infirmary Director;
ISAAC A. AVltiailT.
W. 1'. J ON A3.
TJUs Will Uo an Inevitable llo-
muU If McKlnley Should Uo
THE REASONS FOR IT.
Whether Wages Go Up or Down De
pends Entirely on the Re
sult of the Election.
If flio Go'.il tttnnd.inl Is to IJccnmo I'er-
ui.tuunt Wuccs Win Decline Alone
ullli llVL-rjtlilni; i:ii.o Tho I'rollta
of Iluslni'sa Already Oouo
llryiin'a liueioss Will
Chicago, Oct. 2T, 180C (Special.)
The most sweeping und dlstastrous re
duction of wtgos in tho hihtory of
Atneiicaii industry will follow the
presidential election, If the gold stand
ard is finally foisted upon the nation.
Wage-earners arc warned in advance,
and if they fall to heed and govern
themselves accordingly it is their own
If .Mr. IcKlnlcy la elected thcro will
ho.il reduction in wages in all tho great
fnufories and mills of the country.
Wcr. it not for tho certainty that a
geueral reduction in wnges would bury
Mr. MuKiuiey under an nvalancho of
lotes, wagci would have been reduced
two months ago. By almost superhu
man energy Murk llonim nnd tho re
publican managers hate averted tlin
reduction except In n few unimportant
instance.!. The great trusts, with their
billions of money and their millions
of employes, have been federated Into
u campaign machine, and have acted
in concert. They have done so nt an
enormous Facrlflcc in profits. Many
gietit corporations have Jieen. running
nt an actual loss, and the banks have
been called on for bupport, until the
i Mrniu threatened ft panic.
J)ut it was life or death. To sunt
down was, a fatal admission. To reduce
vutfwi, was Ruicidal. The weak ones
v ere encouraged financially and they
nre now entering on what they pro
pose nhall bo the last month of the
present wage scale.
If Mr. McKlnley is elected tho po
r.tiuil orators of the next decade, will
glow eloquent In description of- the
"jrood tin.es of 1600." They will do
fccrlbe how in the- fall of l9:i lio great
iiielorles weru running on full tinier,
liovv" every man who desired work could
find it; how the I rain p became a rar
ity and the Giilolio from u thousand
factory tdinftG blackened the sky ajid
the hum of Industry made glad music
in the land.-'
There Is not a Well-jKisted 'man in
Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, Pitts
burgh or any other manufacturing cen
ter who does not ktjow that there will
be n general reduction in wages' p(it
iuio'efi'eet the day offer McKlnley 1
''", TJiln, la sn wJf-ovldcnt that it re
rpiirex i-o written or verbal proof. T)y
evw.y ni-t, b.v eury iikhc, by tiio eo'
limiiB of the ginit dally newspaper,
tjiey have proelalmed Hie coming, re
port riind miwavi fits llntm,
Tlie United States has been on an nbi
i.oltite gold basis s'nee the repeal of
tho Sherman act, Which repeal was in
1SD.1. Since that time there hits been
a steady and relentless reduction In
prices, and consequently in profile.
Wages have been 1 educed feouiewhat,
hut In no proportion as compared with
tho decline in selling prlco in all
forms of properly, with the single ex
ception of gold. Ileal estate has de
clined, rents have fallen, manufactured
goods have decreased in selling price;
thousands of articles of manufacture
and of common use have dropped slow
ly but surely In the price scale. Look nt
your stock reports. Compare the listed
value of railroad fctoeks with the quo
tations of a year ago. l'lek up your
paper and compare the quotations on
tho great industrial stoeks with the
figures of a year or two ago. They tell
tho same story; the story of a steady
decline In values, with decreased earn
ings for capital.
Capital and not labor has been the
GUiTercr from tho condition of afCulr3.
Uy laboi. Is meant employed labor. Uy
capital Jo meant money employed in
business of manufactories. Capital hes
itates long before making a wage reduc
tion. Capital lespcets the great labor
organizations which stand like a rock
In defense of prevailing wages. Capital
knows the cos-t of a great strike and
carefully considers the consequences
before precipitating a wage war. As
a result organised labor Is the last to
suffer from steadily-falling prices, and
tho wages of unorganized labor are
fixed by the relative prosperity of the
Can anyone deny' thes-c ntntcmonlti
and prove their falsity? Aic they not
self-evident? There Is no theory nlwut
it. These tire the tilings that lime hap
pened. To recapitulate: Capital em
ployed lu business and manufacture
has suffered and buffered enormously,
business men and nianuf.ictureis have
held out, hoping against hope for n ris
ing market; some of them have failed;
those yet in business can maintain the
prcwtitlng iago !-calo no loiigi!r, utiu
aro compelled by the inexorable law
of supply and demand to reduce wagct
to ft point where profits aro possible
During these three years Hncc the Eng
lish rold power finally tVccd iti
r-tandard on the American people, em
ployed labor has falily held Its own.
by virtue of the power of organization
Hut the day draws near when the crush
ing weight of the gold standard will
break down tho labor oigtuiizatious.
and with It the present wage f.eale will
shrink many points nearer itu inevit
able level the wa;;e scale of England,
ficrmany, Itnly, Portugal and other
In the enforcement of this merciless
law who are tho gathers? The answer
is an easy one. Those who own the
gold. Those who deal only In money
Those International pawnbrokers who
own and control the gold; who man
ipulate murkct.s with the skill of u ma
giclan; who permit n temporary rife
lit prices only ni a means of leallzli.g
profits, and whose steady policy is to
depreciate the aluc of everything but
Pick up your republican or gold
Mnndard democr.itle paper and read
what they aro lolling you. Ojien the
envelopes Mark Ilanmi Is rending yo-i
and read the inclosed pamphlets. What
("o they tell American wage-camera?
Here are some of the tilings they tell
That the purchasing power of n dol
Inr lias enormously increased. '
That tho wuge-earncr is more pros
perous to-day by reason of the increased
purchasing power of Ill's 'dpllftr than
ever before in the history of the coun
try. That things arc cheaper thnn ever
before and 'that any change which will
inlse prices will bo nt the cost of the
That if our present dollar la n con
cent dollar, the wage-worker is the
greatest gainer. .-
That falling prices arc a national
blessing; that n dollar which dceif not
rlc In value is a dishonest-dollar.
They are nttcirptlng to prove to
workmen and wage-earners that-they
nio overposperous; that this worfder'
ful prosperity Is tho result'of tlVgol.l
utamlard and that n return to tho um
i-f bilvcr and gold will be disastrous.
What is the ifTcet ofthls? They ore
preparing Ameilean woikmt-u for n re
duction in 'wages. When tho election
Is over they will iufoim you that capi
tal 13 entitled to some of the blessings
which follow the adaption of the gold
ktttudard. They will assure you that
tho wago.fttnd is absorbing all the
profits of production, and prove by
their books and by stock quotations
that Btie.h a icadjiistment in wages
must bo made (is to penult the profit
able employment of capital lu order that
it may continue production and tho
employment of labor.
And when you strike you will loGc.
And when you lot-'c, and when (lie vast
army of the now unemployed hae
taken your places ut ledueod wages,
you will then havu received tho benefit
of nn object lesson showing tho lucvl
tublo result of the gold .standard and
falling prices. And then you will hao
plenty of tlmo to study this question.'
A few yeurs later, when prices have
yet further declined, when gold has yet
further advanced, tho same. thing will
happen iigitiu, with thu Kanio result,
and wages will hmo tended downward
by that natural Jaw which proclaims
that under competition all things seek
a common level, And it will not end
until thu United .S lutes reaches tho
piano in the wage tenia of gold stand
ard Italy and Poitugnl.
Dy tho election of Mr. McKlnley this
reduction in wages will be enforced by
all tho power of the military and tho
unrestricted use of that new and sci
entific weapon of gold monopoly, "gov
Minuet! t by injunction." Congress will
convene upon thu election of McKlnley
in special session und grant new pow
ers tp tho judiciary rind carry into na
tional effect those methods bo success
fully employed In prlnto use by Mark
Iliiuun, II. C. Prick, of Homestead, and
II. C. I'nyne, of Milwaukee.
Tho election pf W. J. Uryan will de
feat the proposed reduction In w.igrs',
The triumph of free silver; tho elec
tion of a confress opposed to Bnfflish
uionouietulliuiq. wjth ltj fallljifr, YuJueg
- ffBBKLY OHtO OTWHUT, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 30. 1898.
It is surely time
yiiiif wm$, uet. m m mug mwj. w.i.
Jleas nil wool tin iver Ovcrnonle n IJIuo, Illnck
mill Jlioivn sliaucs, sell nl f'jUiJ lor
Men's clicvlot cttllH, Muo anil h.l.iclr,
Men' extra (lno nil wool c.islmnri- suits, nil
Hlyli-miml colors, woi Hi $lo.CU ut
Men' fluoolny worstr-il milts, bltto nml lilaoU,
vroitli ?10.0J nt
Youth's suits, It to II), woilli?-)00at
Youth's line cheviot suits, all wool, woi Hi VM
Youth's lino bltick wor.-itoil stills worth 510.00 nt
ChllOren'ji kneo pinU salts, ago 4 to It, win Hi
fUl lit , -
Children's kneo pants salts, iigcs I to II, -woilli
Afk to fceoitr lino ofJciun l'unts, from "7o
Men's stl.T lints Irotn OSets up
Men's Piush huts fiom lids lip, nil (-nloisnii'l sli'ipi'S.
Men's vtlnlcrcnps fioiu lOi up. Hoy's whiter cipi from 10c up
Men's umlcrwenr from 10c up. Men's gloves from 19c up.
Mill's heavy collon, micI,iIouIjIo heel mill toe, pcrreotlysi-nm-
'cs, I pair IVir 2"c. Men's wool socks trom l'Ja tip.
Sluuklutushis in nil styles at UocirUotlom lMces.
and wages, will not as ti funic on file
American people. The' steatdy depre
ciation of values will cease; the rkc
in the Lolling price of manufaeturnl.
and farm products will net as a na
tional .stimulus. Uold will fall in price.
The intcrunti'oustl pawnbrokers will
lotc money, but the people will lie.
When the linn of lleitlelbuch, I-:klc-hcimer
Sr Co. buffers u loss every farmer
and workman in the United (Jtittes will
be u distinct gainer.
Uy the election of W. J. Bryan no In
crease in the army will be made ncerb
sary. Arbitration will take the plaoof
When congress passes tho bill te
monetiziug biher, and when that pre
cious metal again assumes its function
ns legal and constitutional money,
wages will steadily rise. Tho decline
in values will cease, and tlowly but
steadily rite to a point where an honest
bushel of wheat can look an hottest
dollar squarely in the face. Anil In
this operation tho pawnbroker will go
out of business.
Mr. Carnegie could not wait until
after the election. Head this tclcgttim:
"Pittsburgh, Oct. 1. (Special to (he
Chicago Uecord.) Notices have liet-n
posted at the Homestead mill of the
Carnegie company of a readjustment
of wages to take effect January 1, 1SP7,
Under tlvc agreement with the work
men each side Is required to give to
days' notice of any change desired In
tho wages paid. It is not known how
many departments will bo affected by
the" proposed change, or whether the
day men or only the tonnage men HI
bo subject to a reduction In pay. "
"Tho men (my n rrailjiintinrnt ii'.wl'ys
incurs n reduction, u:ul Hint It wan u re
adjustment that ritunril (ho his strl!to of
That CO-day notice clause wan an un
. fprtunati' thing for Mark Ilnnna's plans
In tho Carnegie mills nil new scales gc
into effect the first of the year. In thf
improbable event of Mr. McKinley's
election, Mr. Cnniegio will i educe the
wages of his 10,000 employes not- less
than 57:10,000 for the coming year, and
thut is a larger contribution than he
cares to malic to the campaign fund,
in view of the fact that by no human
lioaslblllty can a new tariff" 'bill 'bo
passed in the next four years.
The Anvrlcau workman'' who otcs for
William McKlnley vptes for n perma
nent reduction in woges. -
Threo Tcr Cent. Cut in WnEro.
Mli'ncle,. Ind., Oct. IS. Parlleularn of
tlm settlement of the flint glass woik
era wage scale at Pittsburgh last week
have jpst developed to the effect that
tho reduction tho men accepted was-.
inrco per. cent. Tho manufacturers
state that the nonunion factories inode
it only n qucstlonof lime, when the men
would have, to tnkeu greater reduction,
or seo their organization go tp pieces.
St., a doors west of Rempel
tho Buokoye Clothing and
i Great m
Rempel Houso. for one week only,
to'buy when you can get bargains like these.
Mcn's Riun boots,
elate of our one week's Special Sale. ' ..
Clothing and Shoe House,
ATLAS & DU0A;-.:.;:-;
Notice of Attachment.
Thomns Klntx nnd
il'iorKO Huberts lute
llcforo .1. jr. Kloyil J
1'. 1'nl'H Tuwiibliln
I locKI ny: County, O'ulo.
A lloboits. l'Jlf. j
III- is. )
On tlm 1 Until' or October A. I. 1W, wild
.Itlst'co Issuid tin order of ntliiehineul lu
nbovoitrtloii for tho sum (f8I.UT) Kighty four
dollars suvi-n cents,
UCU273-W. KI11U & Huberts.
Notice of Attachment.
(. A. Nllli lirfnro .1 . M. I'tny.U. P. of
vs J Fulls Township IlockliiL- Co.
W. .1. r.nrry) Ohio.
Onthc'ith ilny of Oct. 1800, snld Justice
Issued 1111 order of nltnehniont In tliu nbotn
iii'tlou for the stun of threu du'lurs -mid
iiltily live cents.
Lujiiii, O. Oct. 10. 18 0.
Oct. 1J3-W. G-AiMll.
WANTEn-KArrill'UIiMBN Oil WOM
' UNTO Ir.ivel for re.snonslblo eslnblNIiciil
hotiso .In Ohio Hillary 7o and c.icnscs,
I'.wlftnn iini'inftminl Tf iir..p..ii.i l.-.mliu.t
..-....'i. jrv ...... .1 L l , . l.VIMOIIVt I ..II, .-' .
self-iiddrossed stumped envelope. Tho
Nutlonnl, Htiir Insiiniiieo lllilc., Cljlcngo.
The -Selinol Uxiimlnurs of Ilockln;,- county,
Ohm, will meet ut the Union School House
on tho list Hnturduy 01 each 'month, ut H
n'clocls A. M, except Iici-einbcr. Juuti.iry,
June, July mid Auinisl; iilsn on I bird Kntiir
day 01 Apill nnd Jtuy. .Testlnionlnlsol'dood
moral elninicter will bo 'ruquliod of. tnotc
uiiltuoMii totho Hoard.
K, D. Htnicr.r'rs', I'rts.
A.M. llltoWM, Sec.
WAN'JUIl-VA.TltKUh MJ'N Oft 'WOjr
UNTO litvcl for responsible eslib Ishcd
hotiso lu uhlo Mniury W und .esp-'tisc".
t'osllloii perniunent. Htfuri'iiCii. Uilcloo
celf-mldi'itsed stiinipcd envelope. The
.National, titur rtisnr.uieo Hid;'., Chleuo.
POLAND CHINA HOGS. .
For ShIo; Sired by Boston r.,L,
T.tiiitJ Signnl Sires nnd Dump, all
ropnnli'tl, ciin furnisli pairs, iidt i
kin, nny ono'deslring of tin)'- above;
call or addres, Geo. Schaul. IIuo,
Ohio. .... ' " ' "' ,''.'
Notice tti-iliiiitersi '
No hnntfiig allowed on lieprun
tries of llie'iiudersigned. .. ,
Gotwuii IlKMHih.1 '
Seed Wiicnt ror Sale". ' ," '
. , . t (1 f 1
Cull at Case's Drtij; SUirM.-fld
see sain plo of Fultz wlK-litt'liey
tnivH for sale. - r '"i" t '
Unhtnlng Hot Drops-. ' ' ' ' . ',
What a Funny fJumsl
Very True, but 'it Kills All Paln.t
Sold Kvarwhsrs. F.vsty Dny "'
Without H)t'jf, ThorS is Mo Par I
Wanted-An Idea SS
Protect your IiIumi tber may. tirlca you weilin
Wrlln JOHN WKUIiEllllUHN A CO , Pitint Altor
nera. WblBRion, D. O .for ihslr I.eui prlto offer.
na lilt ot Iko hundred lurcutlana WAiue-l,
Shoo Hotiso, 2 doors west of
I f 6? P?
Shoe Department, -
Ladle extra n no I'onuoln button, pnfciit tip,
voitli?.0i for .,
LkIIcr' n"nn ilongoln buttin, patent tip, worth.
' $I.7flfor ...-.
LitiUes heavy Whiter shricsiiscninlcss bnclt.wortlt
?l.toror !iO.., ,.'......
ChlUrcn'sltiuiloiigoln, liulloii" or Ince, worth
?I R) for ... ..,...(,..
ChlUlrcn'j hrnvy winter shots worth -l.Si for
Allslvlrsln Men's shles.oongi ess or luce, worth
M. nt) for ,
-Men's shoes Hint sell for $l'.7."i for
Men's fine sliocs In nil stylts worth ?..0a for,....
Men's line shoes In till styles worth is.OO-'for'.'.'.
srou's henvy working khocs from Diets up.
Men's folt boots, tho host s,'tndo irltule, from ?l .S"i
tho best grndo
boots Irotn Ji. 13 nn.Uip.
boots, whoto stock worth 3fi0 at
Logan School Hxnniiuers Meetings.
Tho Hoard of.School Kxninlimrs,qf.I.oirnn
MiiiikuwIH hold reculivr lneelliiKS for the
l'.xiumrmtlon oruii'pllcnnls'T.'iitliors Uiiril1
cntes on. thu Thl1d-.lV01U1ehilny.of 'eli ltury .
A pi II, Juno, Aueiir-U October.iiud Deei-niber
nt tho OIlco olho HiipeTliltciident.in Hid
Hclioal-lliilUliiKor wild VIlhiBo. JCmntlnu
tlons lieBln ut U:30 A. jr, fstandnrd 1 jyf cucli
Ily,Ordr'of JlonTd oIRx. 1
' O.W. II Wrlstu . I'rbl.
II. K. Itaymnn, Clorlr.
lk'iirnrssCn'nnot lib Curt d.
By locuil appjlflnlions, .113 tlioy
cannot reach thu diseased portion
of the cur. There irf'only'oho way
to euro Deafness?, and that jn,Jy
constitutional reuiedies, ..JD.cafncss
is eauseil by ,an, innanieil condition
of Ihe-nfucous lining' of tlia'-lSustii-cliian
Tube'. , When Ijijs Vii'lio' guts
Itjfliiined you liavo a ' rumbiinV
souhd or imperfect; diearing, hnd
when it is. entirely closed Dertfuc'ss
is the reHultrahdmilfcs3'fhe'inll'nm':
ifiution'cAn liq taken out and tills
tube re'storeci.to. its ; normal, "con
dition, hen ring fVili ho'd&troycd
forever; nine case's oilt oT ten' are
dnused by cti"(iir.rli,vlijch isnolljU'lt
but an 'lnllira'cii, condition, of -Ihe
mucous sufacc8 .' ' - '
We will give Gnb H'dnilrmiMJbV
litis fur any i'iis& of pyiKji'Sft'(VnuX"
1'ircular.o, free. r ''.'?' " '
- FJ: Cijknbv &Cd?:,T(ledp;o.
omii uy I7rug!itnitj( OH,,..
r,,' 1- !i .-I'll I , .
In l i ;
'I ki Y
j a-t-iT jrrx. y 1
VT .Jf3 atvafc.toCy Jw A.
- AryiToMio PEtttrrs,
? Oizly Moilarn'-Ourc
-fot Consllratlpa. TUiictuanosa Mid
P Llvsf Troublci. rfediiiiyato7c.' 1
Sold by MILLEIUtqASE.,
. vrr:. ? t
VV.'fVUr, KiZi'l.'. -"V??vT ri
-. -.. mr niir c- 1 --. t.'iL.
TUP TfMflS'T '
BlflH Hun Vr H I pa 1 M B A i
FOR HOLDING THE fV -til
DISTRICT OF OHIO.
JIIJJTHICT OK OHIO.)
HSUANT TO authority, of Unw It Is
ordered (hut the suvei ul terms of courts
orcommdn I'lcns for Iho feventli 'Jutllcinl
District of Oliln, ror A. 11.1897, shnll Ix- held
In Iho several CounUes thereof iu follows;
-InutinrySHi, April Gth nnd
ATHENS COUNTY. ' .
- February 0lli Mny 4th nnd
November Illli, .
FAIR-FIELD COUNTY. '
Jmiunry Ulli, April ulh and
October 18th. . , . ,
.TnuiitiryStli, Aprfl (I'll and'
li0CiIG" COUNTY.' '.
-,.'. ,. :..
.Iiintiniy I'th, April Oth and
!' eptcniberath. " '
JVCKS.ON. COUNT yT ,' . ..
'' ' February iftll, May 4111 and
"' OoloboriWUi. .
'LAWRENCE COUNTY. .".,."
.. -. Mulch '1st, Mav-.lOlh mid
MEIGS COUNTY. ' ' " '
,.. . v . . -
, . ., .Tnntinrv lilli, April Cth und
" October 12, h.
MONIIOE COUNTY. .-, ,
" January l.'th. April' f3fh and
Fchrunry 1st;-iloy. anl and
,, t t . , Ko.vciabejitii; '
-PIICE COUNTYf'V".'-- .-
"' Jiinliniiy'Ith,- March 2ind nnd
'"', ' Seiiiethlieriiuth. '7
pioTo cosur; " J. - .
i ' FcbrnntVTfrh-i'Aprir-GUi urtd
VINTON'COUNTY. ' ' ' S
. . ,.FcUvunry Slh, May loth .and
' . .OcIplicMUIi. I
February fith, Mliy llh
' V. OetObui'Sth.
Apd Ills hereby onlered Hint tho Clcrlts.or
lhocveriil Counties of the above nnrucd ills
tilqt snail etioh cnusoa copy, of .this, order
prqsflrllHiiKthe times) lor holding Courts pi
suld Dlslrtet'tif bo published In- two-'iiowu-ptiperd,
minted iiiiilf;encrnl elrcnliitlon In
in their resptclivo comities fur thritu eou-
fl...l.tl..,:.( u.l.u T . , .71
NOAn J. DBVBn.-
TTT, . -r T-i.-T. r- r r.r
'tall slough-. '"$
'jab. e,'j'ohnsto??', '
-. ' .. 1 k'
1, Judges oftifd District,
Ocfbbcr2Jth;i6(n).'".'- s .- ..-"-i,"'-
,: T'lR'ftTATKlOF',OIIl01 " '
-.:!.--.( HOCKIN(JlCor;T,Y.,SH 1
1.J1..II. T.imicii'. f'leilc nfHlifr OriurL -of
C'lniinnn Pleas within nnd for, llocltlns
bofii iriio nml isirrncl oblyi uf- thu' ilrlfliml
onler ."J'linc for holdiim. Courts lu the
riuvrlttli Jiidh'liij nlatrleXof Ohio, ltV7, now
u lllaln myoIlou, -. ' '
WITNUSS'my hnmf und the
soul of sold Ruurf'iiV lVifc.tti Ibis
d, h. lA:ppe1n;
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or '"j . 1 1
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ALL KINDS- OF PROVISIONS
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Your Choice of Steaks
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Goods; delivered in all
parts of thoolty. Give me
a call. Store in White
Building, Maiii Streot.
DlMOn Nerve nnd Bone Oil Cures
JWM,Ueuiuatisni, Cuts, Sore.i nurn'
Xixqp ItuUlc 34 scubfc.
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THE GREAT riOtli'
Pdiluces the nbovp results in jo DAYS. It acts
'iCjS.Ljt.ln ill V...I.1.I.. r- u -.l
I'uciiun nun uii.hi. vuiua vtnciau uuicra
Jaift Young nicn nnd old ,men.will recover their
vout'liful vtfOr hv uslnp REVIVO. Il nulcklv
2nd Sltrcl'v restores from effects ofscll-ahuso or
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tiAvtsi iuu fiiuiauigiiuiu i.uai munuuou, uosi
Vitality, linpQfcncy, pJJjlitly Emissions, Lost
Power ofclthcr ,eXj' Faijipjj Memory, Wasting
Diseases, InJbnuila',, Nc'rijousncis, which unfits
one for study, business or.marrianc. It not only
cures by 'starting aUhc sit of disease, but is a
vurcauiNcrvetooic ana biood-umlder
nnkl restores' .Iioth-vltnlit and strength to tlio
inuscaliir and ncfTdHs"-iystcm, bringing back
. the Ylnlc slow to palo 'Checks and restorlnj; the
(Ire of yputli: It warUi off Insanity and Con
sunlfitlcii Accept Vro'subslltulc. Insist on liav-InfrRIlVIVO.-Tio
otlier; ' It'cau be carried In vest
pockot: ny.ni.Ml,' J.bo'j'icr pacltagc, lu pl.iin
wrappir.pr lrfor'$s'.bo',,witli n positive srlt
tcn guarantee to 'cure Or'rclund the. monty-Ta
every ptlckacc. Ffar frcc'circular address.
ROYAL MEDlCip CO., CHICAGO, ILL..
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Beef". Pork, Mutton, Veal
and sausages in their
. ,seasQiis.;i aim to handlo
only the best stock that
cair be nurchasod and
" my customers can al
ways depend on getting
.the very ..best in tho
market, Vy. calling at tho
City Meat Market.
Thanking my frlenda for"' their
PAtronng'ln tiio pnst; mid hoping to
nioi'lfa continiianco'of tii.o iwiino,
I ipiirii'n truly,
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