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VOL. VI.--KO. 149.
SHENn30AH, PA., TUESDAY. JTJJSTE 9. 1891.
THE SUEEST EOAD TO WEALTH IS THROUGH LIBERAL ADVERTISING!
To-morrow the viewers appointed by
the court In the matter of dividing
i tho wards of town will meet here.
It la hoped that when their work is
I ueluded they will have succeeded In
appreciating the merits of the
iThe wards should be divided by all
A division will do away with th
great Inconveniences the citizens are
now obliged to meet and will insure a
full vote at the election.
There Is no town in tho county out
side of Shenandoah where the elec
tion officers are obliged to work uutjUL
almost daylight to get out their re
turns and at no time since the towi?B
incorporation has a necessity forJV
division of the wards been wefo
It is hoped that the claims in sup
port of the petition will ba presented
fairly and squarely and that the real
and true reasons will not be shadowed
by. the Billy croaklngs of those who are
shouting that the division is a "rjet
It Is no scheme, but a stern neces
sity. There Is not an Intelligent and
reasonable man in the town who
not admit tills.
Tho viewers selected, very for
tunately, are respectable men of in
telligence who are open to couvlcMon.
The grounds upon wlilch tho division
is asked are plain, simple and indls
putable. Hence, we can see no rea
son why the decision should be ad
verse to tho application.
The Sunday News vainly attempted,
backed by a few professional poll
ticiaus, to give the matter a black
eye; but after floundering about for. a
couple of weeks with a vain hope of
eventually hitting upon some argu
ment with a color of reason against
the division It has given up with the
last despairing cry, "Don't divide the
Second ward." It is only a question
a very short time when the divi
sion of that ward will become an ab
solute necessity and to divide it now
Aviil save the time and expense of a
OE3XTTS per yd for the
BEST TABLE OILCLOTH,
Bold In otlicr stores for 800. All floor
Oilcloth's reduced. Call for bargains
C. D. FRICKE'.S
Carpet Store, 10 South Jardin St, near Centre
.JUST 'RECEIVED AT KEITER'S I
GENUINE IMPORTED GOODS
Crosse and JilaclewelVa Chow-Chow and Pickles.
French Macaroni, 2 lbs. for 25c.
" Sardines in Oil, 2 cans for 2So.
lancy lllce, 3 lbs. for 25c.
Eine California Emits.
Fancy Prunes, larye and fine, 15o.
Choice Prunes, 2 lbs. or 25c.0
Evaporated Jellied Ajiricots, 20c.
Evaporated Peaches, 15o
Canned Pears, Plums, Peaches and Apricots.
j?inc KoustctI CoiTec, 30c qunlity Improved.
Old Government Java frcsli roasted
Fancy Table Syrup 2 qts. lor 25c.
Ginger Simps and Coffee Cukes, 3 lbs. lor 25c.
Lebanon Summer Sausage and Chipped Reef
Fancy Creamery and Fine Dairy Huttcr
CttJ&AJJP r.XTD G-OOTO.
Tomatoes, Corn and liarlv
New Ilalsins 4 His lor 25c
Wasliinir I'owder, 4 IUh for 25c
k Will have another lot of those Fancy) Moquette Iiuas at
separate application. Thlo, wo think,
should warrant the viewers In turning
a deaf oar to the last straw to which
the JVctvs Is grasping.
Let- all tho wards be divided now.
A sample of tho arguments pre
sented by tho few who have been cry
ing against the division was picked up
the other evening. The croakers np
proached several taxpayers and at
ternpted to frighten them with the
statement, "Do) you know what a
division will mean? Why it will
necessitate the election of so many
more Couucllmeu and School Direc
This silly reasoning has, of course,
failed to have the intended oU'ect.
Suppose it means the increasing of
the Council and School Board mem
bership from 15 to 30, what harm can
that work upon the taxpayers? The
Councilmen and School Directors are
not paid for their services, therefore If
It necessitated the election of a hun
dred Councilmen and School Directors
It would not mean any additional
burden upon the taxpayers. The
truth Is this town Is too largo to be
controlled by fifteen Councilmen and
fifteen School Directors. There is
plenty work In each of the bodies for
double the number and, as they come
cheap, why not have tbem ?
Divide the wards.
Oh, What a Oough.
Will you heed tho warulug? The signal per
haps of the Mire approach of that moro ter
rible disease, GoriMimptlon. Aste yourselves
If you can ullord for tho sake of saving 60
cents, to run the risk and do nothing for It.
We fcnow from experience that Hhlloh'a Curs
will Cure your Cough. It never falls. Tills
explalus why more than a Million Hetties
were sold the past year. It relieves Croup
and Whopping Cough nt once. Mothers do
hot he without It. For Lame IlacK, Bide or
Chest, usoHhlloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by
C. II. Hagenuuch, N. E. corner ilaln and
" MOro Stock Bought.
J. Coffee, next door to tho First National
Bank, has bought out a boot and shoo stout
at Ashland. Tho party was in business no
longer than sis months and, tbereforo, tlio
goods are not shelf-worn, but almost brand
now. Colloo's pricos and goods will sur
prise you. Go and see, him whilo his stock
is completo. If you want to savo 40 or 60
per cont. on each pair of boots giyo him a
call. Uis host minors' boots, worth 83 elsO'
where, can bo bought at 52. 0-5-Gt
A Now Business.
P. J. Cloary has opened a itoro In the
Ferguson's building, on East Contra street:
and is prepared to furnish tho local trado
with One leather and shoo findings and all
kinds of shoomakor's supplies Ilia stock is
a largo ono and well equipped to fully
supply all demands of tho trado. 6-15-tf
June Peas not eoalcs 3 cans
a few days.
A DESPONDENT HUNGARIAN
BEGADSB HIS WIFE ABANDONS HIM
Sho Elopea and hor Paramour
Paya a Ponalty Tho Wifo Ro
fusos to Roturn to tho
Ono day Inst wook Barbara Ilolman,
wifo of Joseph Holman, a Hungarian of
Frencbtown, near Audonried, olopod with
another Hungarian named Paul Smirko.
Tho husband tracod tho couplo to this
town and had them arrested and takon bo
foro 'Squiro Monairhan. Thoro wore
many sensational dovoloptnonts in thoca'e,
tho wifo charging, among othor things,
that her husband was virtually black
mailing his countrymen by allowing thorn
to havo intercourse with hor and then corn
polling them to pay him a sum of money.
On ono occasion ho mado a bargain, tho
wifo said, thai sho should livo with anothor
man for three months In consideration of
tho payment of fifty dollars,
Alter tho hearing beforo 'Snuiro llona
ghan Ilolman rufusoi to pro?ocuto tho caso
further and mado a sottlomont with Smirko
upon payment of ?G0.
Ilolman thou triod lo induco his wlco to
roturn to Frenchtown with him, but Bho
refusod to do so. The husband returned
alono and tho wifo romalncd in this town.
lestorday Ilolman returned horo and
met his wifo on Contro stroet. IIo again
triod to induco hor to roturn to Fronchtown
with him, hut sho again refused, whoroupon
ho assaulted hor.
Mrs. Ilolman thon had tho husband ar
restod and takon boforo 'Squiro Monaghan
Whilo tho hearing was in progress Hoi
man seomod very much agitated and
answerod tho questions put to him In an
Suddenly turning around and faclnn
those who woro listening to tho caso, Hoi
man drow a largo dirk from his pocket.
drow tho blado from tho case and. mutter'
ing something about not wishing to livo
any longer, ho attempted to drive tho
blado into his loft broast, but Constable
Tcraraoy waJUd-llnrTrtort and grabbed tho
uosperalo Hungarian's arm in timo to
thwart tho object.
Ilolman was disarmed and handcuffed.
but, upon pleading to bo roloased and pro
mising not to mako anothor attempt upon
his life, ho was roloasod on furnisning $300
bail to appear before tho Pottavilloucourt
and answer tho chariro of aisault nnd
battery proferred by his wifo. IIo loft for
his homo. Tho wifo still romains here.
THE WM, PENN VICTIMS.
Tho Shingle Brothers in a Critical
A Herald reporter, last night visited
David and Joseph Shingle, brothers, who
woro covorDd under a fall of slate in tho-;
Wm. l'onn colliery ono day last week.
Tho men are in a bad condition. Dm id's
thighs aro fractured and ho is crushrd
about tho buck and chest, Joseph suffered
tho fracture of his left shoulder-blade and
is internally injured. Thoir condition has
improved, but they will bo confined to
thoir bods for soma time to como. Three
first clasi malo nurses aro constantly at
tending tho victims at thoir mother's houso
in Vm. Ponn.
Dr. II. D. Itentschlor, of Itlngtown, was
S. A. Deddall spent a part of to-day at
PotUvillo on busino.'s.
Harris Sod, the South Malnjstroot mor
chant, is on tho sick list.
Airs. Thomas liuird has presented tho
gonial superintendent with a boy.
A. J. Gallagher went to St. "Clair this
morning to look after iuturanco butinoar.
Mrs. II. O. lloyer and daughter, Miss
Mamo, returned homo last night from
Phoonlxville, whoro thoy woro visiting
Itobort Binning, tho energetic traveling
salosman for tho Kobbins & Homnic bat
and cap factory, left town this morning to
drum up business in tbo Ilazleton region.
J. M. Monaghan, who has been attend
ing tho School of Pharmacy at Philadel
phia the pat six months, has returned to
town to spend bis vacation with his parent;.
District Attornoy Koch and Assistant
District Attorney Shay, accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. IVello and othora
havo gono off on a fishing oxpodition and
will bo gone for throo days.
, Dr. S, O. Spalding spent this morning
at Pottsvlllo. The doctor has thrown up
the ofllce of Deputy Coro.nor for this dis
trict, bocauso bo cannot soo his way clonrto
run the olUeo without money, as required
by tho new salary law.
Michael Kchultz, a Polo 33 yearn of ago,
dlod suddenly at his residence on May
berry alley, near West street, at 0 o'clook
this morning. Ho was attackod by cramps
at S o'clock last night A wifo and two
small children turvlvo him.
HE HID THE LETTERS.
Oattenborc'i Latter Carrier Recrntcd nit
Malt Mnttor In a Church.
GuTTENnEno, N. J Juno 0. Valentino
Samorol, aged 02 years, tho only letter
carrier thero Is in this place, was arrested
at noon charged with embezzling and se
creting tho mull.
Uuttonberg Is ono of tho thrco places in
which tho old penny post system Is re
tained. Snmcrel whs entitled to 2 cents
for every ploco of mall delivered.
Complaint has ben mado to tho post-
ofUco authorities of uon-dollvcry of mall
matter, and an inspsctor was sont on to
Investigate. After a short search bo
found under tho enrpot of tho Dutch Ro
formed Church, of which Samerel is
Sunday-school superintendent and Bos
ton, n mass of mail mattor directed to
Guttonberg residents. All told thoro
wore 700 pieces of mnll matter. Somo of
it being a year old.
It Is thought Samerel allowed tho
mattor to ncumulnto because tho remun
eration was not always sufficient to in
duco htm to tramp around and dclivor
it. Nono of the letters found woro
opened, and robbery thoroforo could not
havo been tho motlvo.
JUDGE M'CURDY DEAD.
Ho Grnduntcd AVIth High Ilunnrs from
Yulo In 1817.
New London, Conn., Juno 0. Judge
Charles Johnson McCurdy died at his
home in Lymo yosterday, aged 90. IIo
was doscondod on his mother's sido from
Ursula Wolcott, whoso husband, fathor,
brother, uncle, nephew and son woro all
Governors of Connecticut.
Tho deceased graduated with high hon
ors from Ynlo Collego In 1817, Btudlod
law with Chlof Justice Swift, was admit
ted to tho bar In 1819 and went into ox
tonslvo practice at Lymo.
Ho servod In the Stuto House, of Repre
sentatives through 10 sessions, in thrco
of which ho was sipoaker of tho Houso,
nnd in tho Upper House throo sessions,
in two of which ho was Lieutenant-Governor
nnd President of tho Senate.
In 1831 he represented this country nt
tho Court of Austria at a timo when tho
Austrlaus woro much irritated against
our nation ou account of our recoptlon of
Kossuth, Mr. McCurdy's assistance to
tho Scotch missionaries who woro driven
out of Hungary was tho subject of com
mendation in tho British Parliament.
MRS JOHNSON FREE.
General llutlor Secures Hor Iloleaso on n
Writ of Ilubonfi Corpus.
Boston, Juno 9. United States Circuit
Court Judge' Nolson has rendarod his de
cision upon tho application of General
Benjamin P. Butlor for tho roloaso of
Mrs. Clarlotta P. Johnson upon a writ of
Aftor delivering a long opinion bo or
dered the dlschnrgo of tho prisoner. Gen
eral Butler loft tho court-house smiling.
An nppoal to tho Supremo Court of tho
United States was taken.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
Frank L. Dorsott, a prominent Now
Jersoy undertaker, died at Ocean Grovo
last night, aged 73.
Tho Manufacturers' National Bank of
LynD, Mass., capital $200,000, has
authorized to begin uusinoss.
Tho bush fires tit Black Lake, Qttobeo,
to tho west of tho railroad trucks, havo
burned So houses.
Govarnor Hill has ucroptod tho Invita
tion to attend tho celebration and de
liver an address at Geneva, N. Y., on tho
Fourth of July.
Mrs. William Smith of Scranton, Pa.,
has mysteriously disappeared from her
homo. Sho has not boon Been for sovoral
days nnd it Is feared sho has committed
After 43 years' servlco as n railroad
man, J. W. Hobnrt, Geuoral Mannger of
tho Vermont Central Railroad, announces
his retircmont from activo participation
In railway affairs.
Dr. Georgo H. Landls, tho well-known
physician, of Rondlug Pa., who was
deaf, was struck by an ongiuo and In
stantly killed, while attempting to cross
the railroad tracks In Reading. Ho was
03 years old.
John Hoyt, tho wol'.-known paper manu
facturer of Manchester, N. 11., is dead,
aged 81. Ho wns probably tbo old
est manufacturer of papor iu tho country,
having been iu tho business from 1823 to
18U0, when ho retired.
Tho Board of Claims of Now York
State has mado tho following awardsi
Abigal Avory, for damage by overflow of
salt lands at Syracuso $2,500; Heacock &
Benny, for damago by overflow, $0,000)
Silsby Manufacturing Company of Seneca
Falls, for damngos Incurred by bolug do
prived of uso of water, $3,000.
Cut Ills Tlirout With u lUzor.
Lowkll, Mass., Juno 9. John H. Ful
ler, a stono contractor, committed suicide
horo, while temporarily Insane, by cut
ting bis throat with a razor. He was
prominent iu tho Masonic fraternity and
'Drowned In nflai Tunic.
Newbuho, N, Y., Juno 9. George L.
Hart, age 9 years, while ploying with
other' boys about mi old gas tank filled
with water, fell in and was drowned last
A MuasuclilinetU I'rleat Fromotod.
ItosiE, Juno 9, The Rev. John Brady,
tho rector of St, Joseph's Church, Ames
bury, Mass., has been appointed auxiliary
with episcopal character to Archbishop
Williams of Boston,
Look at Him I
A year ago ha was not oxpeeted
j.iver complaint nimosi Kiiuuium.
great relief from thren h til cm nlphur
Itinera, mid six
bottles euied htm Jtohtar
I Advorllso in tha Hkbals.
HE INTERFERED IN THE HEN-
A QUICK DEGISI0N BY THE JURY.
Tho Penalty for tho Orimo is Two
Years in tho Fonltontlary MIn
lstor Porter's Absence From
Romo Creates Talk.
liy Xatiotull "rtji Astocinlion.
New Orleans, Juno 9. Tho trial of
tho Jury bribers began with tho caso
against Bernnrd Glaudi, charged with
attempting to bribe n talcs Juror In tho
Heunessy assassination caso. Glaudi
was convicted. The Jury was quickly
selected, neither sldo mnking captious
Henry I). Atwood, tho Juror who was
approached, said Qlnudi cmno to him and
spoko to him about the case, and ho told
Glaudi that ho hud been summoned as a
Juror but wanted to get off.
Glaudi said to Atwood, "You can mako
some money by going on tho Jury and
doing your duty." Glaudi told witness
thoro was $000 In it for htm. Witness
said ho did not caro to mako money that
Slnco tho indictment of Glaudi wit
ness has soon him onco. That wns in
front of Mortz's barroom on Gravlor
street, ' tho beginning of Inst month.
Glaudi spoko to him and asked him
about tho Grand Jury, and thon nsked
Atwood to bo lenient with him.
Against this positive testimony Glaudi
oftored witnesses to his good chnractor
and then went on the stand himself. Ho
admitted that ho had spoken to Atwood
In tho court room. Atwood spoke to him
about being excused because ho could
not afford to lose his business. Glaudi
said he had seen In tho papers that thoro
was plenty of monoy In tho caso. Ho
said ho nover offered nny sum of money
i it- .... it 1 . a .
iu Avnuuu. iiu ubvoi uuuitu iu nivo ai-
wood ?5UU. Atwood had told him on
Gravler stroet that ho did not know why
ainudl had been Indicted. Ho spoko to
Atwood about their being money In tho
caso simply for tho sako of talking. Ho
did not meau anything by It.
Atwood stoppod htm, ho said, on
Gravlor street nnd shook hand3 with
him. IIo denied that ho asked Atwood
to bo light on him.
Tho argument on both sldos was brlof
and tho ouso was given to tho Jury. Threo
hours afterward a l erdict was rondored.
! Ou tho first ballot tho Jury stood six to
six. Gradually tho jurors who favored
six. urauua iytno jurors wno lavorou
acquittal yioldod, and finally a verdict
of guilty was rendered. Tho utmost pen-
nlty for tho crime is two years in tho
Another Jury bribery caso, of which
thoro aro six in all, will bo tried to-morrow.
atlnltter 1'orter'a Departure
Rome, Juno 9. Tho Italians soom to
bollovo, according to their newspapers,
that Mlnlstor Porlor will not como back
to Rome, and that his departure is vlr
funllv n vnnnlt. Tlin fnp.tt.lint lint n. Rln-
! glo Italian Minister or notable politician
accompanied him to say farowoll Is
looked upon as significant of Italian sou
tlment. SENATOR QUAY CALLS.
lIo'Aalca tho rrealduut to Appoint Mr.
Gllkersnn to tho Court of C'lulma.
Washinoton, June 0. Senator Quny,
of Pennsylvania, had a conference with
the President and strongly urged tho ap
pointment of Socond Comptroller Gilker
son, of the Treasury Department, to tho
Court of Claims. Judge Gilkerson said
nfterward thnt ho was not advised as to
whothor thoro would bo a vacanoy In tho
position of second comptroller. Collec
tor Martin, of Philadelphia, who accom
panied Senator Quay, handed his resig
nation to tho President as Collector of In
ternal Rovonuo at Philadelphia.
Tho Klllott Murder Trial.
CoLimnus, O., Juno 9. Tho testimony
In tho Elliott trial to-day was altogether
corroborative, and no new facts bearing
upon tho crlmo were elicited. Two moro
witnessos testified that Elliott had threat
ened prior to tho shooting that Iu onso
Osborn or Levering publlshod anything
derogatory to his wife nnd fimlly ho
would kill them. Their testimony was
uiiRhnken by rigid cross-examination.
Elliott's family wns In court for the first
time. His wife and flvo children occu
pied seats near the prisoner and his at
torneys. Curilcd Down by tho Murrllt 1'fllluro.
Rondo ut, N. Y., June 9. Tho failure of
tho dry goods (Inn of Gourde B. Merritt
& Co. has carried with It the grocery firm
of Merritt & Finger, the senior mtmlier
of which is H hrotlu of Georgo B. Mer
rltt nud a heavy ludorer for him. Tho
firm of Van Kuwreu & Mtnnrd has also
been forced to tho wall through Van
JCowreu's "connection with tho Merrltts.
Suit" Involving 818,000,000.
Washinoton, Juuo 9. Assistant Secre
tary Spauldtug of tho Treasury Depart
ment, Solicitor Tuft of the Department of
Justice d. v Solicitor Hepburn of tho
Treasury Department havo gono to Phila
delphia to represent tho government In
the hat trimmings' case, which Is being
tried thero In tho courts. Tho caso lu
volvos about $18,000,000.
Lnwynr llartluo ltiuoral.
Asbury Pauk, N. J., Juno 9. Tho
funeral of Lawjer Itertlne was very
largely attended. It has lieeu deotded to
postpone the autopsy on tho body for a
few days, and the body wdll meanwhile
1-nimiliv In the receivlug vault.
Waters' AV'nl beer is tho beat, John A.
1 Ileilly solo agent, i-C tf
THE GREAT BACCARAT TRIAL.
A VeriUet from tho Jury Looked for This
London, June 9. The outcome of tho
baccarat trial this afternoon Is a subject
of wide speculation.
Lord Coleridge began his address to tho
Jury at noon, and tho verdict of "tho 13
good men and truo" will bo awaited with
Interest. Tho Jurors are mostly London
tradesmen and a verdict satisfactory to
tho Prlnco of Wales would bo to tho per
sonal interest of any one of thorn.
Sir Edward Clarke, for tho plaintiff,
created unbounded consternation nmous
tho spectators by n strnlght and scathing
nttack upon tho Prlnco of Walos.
Ho began quietly, amid breathless si
lence. As ho went on ho caused a flutter
In tho audluuce by declaring that If play
lng baccarat warranted Col. Cummlug'a
dismissal from tho army, thon tho Prlnco
of Walos was lloblo to similar treatmont.
All eyos wero bont upon tho Prlnco to
observe how ho received tills remark. IIo
did not preserve his usual Imperturba
bility. Ho Hushed Bomowhat, moved tin
easily in his sent and then stared stonily
nt tho coiling.
Society has received anothor shock over
tho news that Arthur Stanley Wil
son has been elected a member of tho
Marlborough Club. Ho is tho son of tho
Mrs. Wilson at whoso residence tho fa
mous baccarat gamo was played, and ho
wns proposed for membership by tho
Prlnco of Walos.
To Savo Itoaton Hntl n Million nVonr.
Boston, Juno 9. Sir. Ernest W. Dow
dltch, tho woll-known engineer, who for
the past yoar has been Investigating tho
methods tmployed in carrying on tho
various city departments, as authorized
by tho Citizen's Association, hns publish
ed his report. The result of his Inquiry
shows a general plan for tho reorganiza
tion of tho departments and tho placing
of them under ono management by which
it Is believed n saving of $-150,000 n yoar
can bo effected.
Twenty Sinpeetcd 1 lilevca Arrested,
Newcastle, Pa., Juno 9. A wholesale
nrrnst. nf 20 Kiisnprrnrl t.lilnvpa wnn mniln
i by tho Newcastlo policontLnwrenco Juno-
i . y . . .. . .
tlon during tho morning, ihomonworo
I In camp In tho woods, and Inrgo quantl-
ties of silver and jewolry woro found In,
their posssosslon. All wero committed
by tho mayor as vrgrnnts and profes
sional thioves. Thoy will havo a hearing
Thursday. Nothing Is known as to
whom tho valuablos bolong.
Ilelilltitr Naa lllll l'.ino.l.
London, Juno 9. Tho bill tocnnblo hor
Majesty, by order In council, to make
special provision for prohibiting the
catching of seals In Behrlng Sen by her
Majesty's subjects during tho period
nn,nC1 in the order, passed tho Hoiiso of
Berlin, Juno 9. Tho capture of an Im
becile whilo ho wns attempting to com
mit sulcldo by drowning himself in tho
lake In tho Friedrichsruho Park gavo rlso
to a rumor that an attompt had been
made upon tho llfo o( Princo Blsmnrck.
Defaulter for 810,000.
Nashville, Tenn., Juno 9. W. E.
Mlnchou, individual bookkooper at the
American National Bank, Is n dofaultor
to that Institution to tho oxtout of about
$17,000. Minchen has been In tho omploy
of tho bank for tho past six years.
Tlin Four and n Hulf l'cr Cunt. Honda.
Washington, Juno 9. President Harri
son and Secretary Foster differ about tho
rate to bo charged on the 4 1-2 per cent,
bonds that aro to bo rjissuod, but It is be
hoved that tho latter's plan of charging
2 per cent, will bo adopted.
Weavers on Stllko.
Pnn.ADEi.raiA, Juno 0. Flvo hundrod
looms itro Idlo and over 200 weavers and
piece-workers of tbo A. Campbell Manu
facturing Company's Union mills are on
Duty on Com Kotliiccd.
Paris, Juno 0. Tho Senate, by a vota
of 20'd to 49, has passed the bill reducing
the duties on corn.
To Nervous, Debilitated Men.
If you send us your i.ddro, wo will
nsil you our Illustrated pamphlot oxplain
ng all about Dr. Dyo's Celohratod Ktoctro
VolUic Belt and Appll&ucee, and thoir
:harming oOoct upon tbo norvous do
oililitod system, and how they will quickly
nstoroyon to vigor, and manhood. 1'amph
ot tree, I' you are thus afflicted, we will
ond you a Bolt and Appliances on a trial.
Voi.taio Hkl'v Co.. Marshall. Miob
15 Gents a Pound.
Not qffl grade goods,
But First-class Stock.
No. 12? North Jardin Strool