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VOL. VI.-NO. 139.
SHENANDOAH, PA.. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15. 1S91.
THE SITBEST BO AD TO WEALTH IS THBOUQI-I LIBEBAL ADVEBTISIu-
f To the Republican B'xclorsof Pennsylvnlat
1 After conniltatlon and correspondence with
the members of the Republican State Committee,
1 and by their direction, I hereby alee notice that
the Republican of Pennsylvania, by their duly
Kyvn representative), will meet in azote von
SUforM at HarHsbmg, Wednesday, August 19,
T Pi, at 10 o'clock A. M for thepurpose oplae
J ing in nomination candt'lales for the office of
B Slate Tfezsurer and Auditor General, for the
S nonilnatlonof elahteencandldatesfor Delegates-
al-Large to the Constitutional Convention pro
vided for in the Act of Assembly approved Juno
19, 1891, and for the transaction of such other
business as may be presented,
Nottceis especially directed lathe fact that, in
accordance with the provisions of the last men
tioned act, each Senatorial district is entitled to
a representation of three delegates in said Con
tttitntlnnnl Cnnventlon. two of whom onlv canbe
members of the majority party in said district.
1 me electors 01 eacn aisirici are uierejure re
V quested to make proper nominations for dele
f gales to said convention, the rules governing the
nomination vj cuiiuiuiiics sr a uie octiiuvi iu
In this connection the Cltalrman desires to call
the attention of Republican voters to the recom
mendation of the Slate Convention of 1832, that
"they allow the greatest freedom in the general
participation in the primaries consistent with
the preservation of the party organization,"
Wit. It. ANDREWS, Chairman.
Oao of the most papular nnd cheapest
summer excursions is the annual Holler
excursion over tbo famous and picturesque
L"biKh Valley railroad, to Niagara Falls,
tSV-h tiike3 plfcco this year on Sat-
a&ay, July 25th. The faro is only
t ?8.50. Tickets tiro limited to 10 days
and good to roturn on any reguular
train. Stop off privileges are allowed at
Buffalo and Elmlra (roturninjr) affording
passengers an opportunity to take in Wat-
kins Glen. This is cortainly ono of the best
offerings for a summer outhifr, and as the fare
is very reasonable, within tho reach of all.
f( to xsorvoua, Debilitated Men.
If you send m your address, we will
mad you our illustrated pamphlet explain
ing all about Dr. Dye's Celebrated Kloctro
Voltaic Belt and Appliances, and their
charming effects upon tho nervous do
bilitated systom, and how they will quickly
restore you to vigor, and manhood, I'amph
let free. If you are thus afflicted, wh will
k oeud you a Bolt and Appliances on a (rial.
17irinltn .t ... l- , k.1l III A
A New Business.
1 J. Cloary has oponed a ttore in the
Ferguson's building, on East Centre street,
and is prepared to furnish tho local trade
with fine leather and shoo findings and all
kinds of shoemaker's supplies. His stock is
s a large one and wU equipped to fully
ijSfJppJy all demands of tho trado. 6-15-tf
f'uy Keystone flour. Bo careful that the
name Lessio & Co., Ashland, Pa., ie
i printed on evory sack. 3-3-3taw
OZBISTTS per yd for the
BEST TABLE OILCLOTH,
Bold in other stores for 8oe. All floor
Oilcloths reduoml. Call for bargains
C. D. FRICKE'S
Carpet Store, 10 South Jardin St, near Centre
e IsTB W CARPETS.
ICeite ' is now receiving a new stoclcof Tapestry and Hotly
Brussels and Ingrains in handsome new fallimtterns.
Just opened a large assortment of Choice JSew Patterns,
in all widths.
LINOLEUMS yards wide,
A SPECIAL BARGAIN JjV SYRUP.
f -,iie Finest Tatole Syrup we Have ever liacl for tne price.
f 'C'y Body,
,' Splendid Flavor,
I"5?1- Strictly Pure Cane Syrup,
Not mixed wltli Corn Syrup and Glucose.
PRICE TEN CENTS A OUAItX.
. Also ri Fair Sugar Syrup at 6 cts.
2s a high grade Patent Flour Made from choicest Min
nesota Wheat. Manes more bread thanjorainary
EASY TO BAKE.
Guaranteed Equal in every respect to any Illgh-prlced
Hour in the market,
$6.00 PER BARREL.
lor sale only
A FALSE SGENT
A WATCH PEDDLER. ARREST
ED, FINED AND RELEASED.
HE WAS NOT A SUMMA BURGLAR.
The School Board Wins Its Suit
Against Ex-Tax Collector Tit
man Minor Burned A Log
Out Off Other Items.
While Policemen Connors, Davis and
Phalen wero on duty last evening they
were informed by 1'aul frlumma, whoso
place was burglarized a few days ago, that
a man was offering watches tor siilo among
tho Polish and Hungailan residents in the
neighborhood of South Main street.
The police went after the man doscribed
and arrested him. Uo was a tall, broad
shouldorod man, with a groy beard and a
growth of shortly cropped groy hair sur
rounding a bald space upon the top of his
head. He was attired in a light euit. Ho
admitted that ho peddlod watches and said
he was not nwaro that he was violating any
law, especially as ho had a license. He
producod a document signed by Prothono
tary M. Norris, of SVilkos-Barro, and
dated August 10, 1887, and ono issued at
Chicago, III , on January 3rd, 1891. Both
documents purportod to authorize Michael
Connor to peddlo. The man stated that
bis name was Michael Connor nnd that his
home is at 180 Avenue C. Uo said ho
made his living by poddling oroide watches
which he sold at from $1 to 50 each. His
pockots wore filled with bills showing
dealings of M. Connor with Julian Gallot
& Co. and Jules Racine & Co., successors
t' Julicn Gallet & Co., Jewelers, No, 1
Maiden Lane, Hew York City. Tho
papors also showed that Connor had
visited and had had goods shipped to him
by tho firms montionod to Beaver Falls,
Braddock and other Pennsylvania towns.
Tbo police received one of tho greatest
surprises as they searched Connor's pockots
when he was first arrested. They found on
his person three oriodo watches, ?12,40 in
silver, ?110 in gold, and $1,491 in-bills, a
total of 51,010 10 in cash. Also a 10-franc
piece, an old copper cent and two pennies.
Connor was searchod to see if anything
could bo found to connect in any way with
tho recent burglary at Paul Summa's.
When asked why ho carried so much
money on his person Connor said that he
novor put his money in banks.
Connor was kopt at police headquarters
until nearly ono o'clock this morning, tho
police meanwhile questioning him and ex
hausting all sources likely to lead to tho
man's connection with any crooked work,
but all efforts in that connection failed.
At midnight a man who gave his name
as Patrick P. Connor and said ho was a
brother of tho man at custody and was ad
mitted to tho police headquarters. Ho had
waited at a hotel for Miobael's roturn and
feared ho had mot with foul play. No
charge was made against Patrick.
At ono o'clock this morning Mlchaol was
taken before 'Squire Williams, who im
posed a fine for the violation of tho bor-
from $1 up.
ough ordinance rolatlng to peddling in the
Con not took tho situation very philoso
phically and when asked if ho" would pay
tho fine, or go to tho lockup, ho (aid, "If
it's right I'll pay," and from tho Immense
roll of bills in his pocket ho extracted $81.
adding a 25-cent piece to mako paymont of
the $30 fine and $1,23 costs, whoroupon ho
was reloasod. .
Ho promised lo leave the county on one
of the first trains this morning, and ho did.
Deputy District Attornoy Shay was In
Mrs. Walter Smith, of Olyphant, is the
guest of rolatives in town.
Mrs. J. P, Finnoy and daughter aro
visiting friends in Philadelphia.
Hon. John T. Shoenor, of Orwlgsburg,
visited his numerous patrons in towD yes
terday. Hev. AValtor Miller, of Manorton, N.
Y., who has boon visiting friends here, loft
for his home this morning.
Miss Mamo AVasloy, ono of our loading
chool "inarms," left for New .York state
this morning to recuperate.
Mi's Jesslo Hoskins, who was thoguostof
frlonds in town tho past few days, returnod
to hor home in Shntnokin to-day.
Anthony Guy, of Gordon, and Joseph
Delaney, of Yorkvillo, both mombors of
tho Columbia Hose Company, of town,
wore in attendance at tho annivorsary
picnic of the company yesterday. Delaney
is slope hoisting onginoor at tho Yorkvillo
colliery and Guy is employed as brakeman
on tho P. & K. railroad.
O. H. Heller, traveling passenger agont
for tho Lehigh Valley railroad, was. 'a vis
itor to town yostoiday. Mr. Heller is buy
arranging for the excursion to Niagara
Falls, which starts on the ffith instant.
Mr. Holler has boon connoclod with the
Lehigh Valley for many years nnd has
aided materially in building up the road.
At a meeting of tho stockholders of the
Prackvlllo Light, Hoat and Power Com
pany, E. D. A. Brady, of Now York, was
appointod Eloctrical Engineer of tho com
pmy. Ho will draw up tbo plans and
specifications of tho company's plant, and
work will be commenced as sojn as pos
sible. A Good Record.
Tho First National Bank of Mnuch
Chunk has n record which for successful
management and profitablo returns mado
is not not excelled by many other banks,
This bank was organized in 1805 with a
cash capital of four hundred thousand dol
lars. It has since paid to its stockholders
in cash dividends over a million of dollars,
a sum equal to more than two hundred and
fifty per cent, of its capital. This has boen
dono without at any timo chocking the
stoady increase of tho surplus fund, which,
with tho undivided profits now on hand,
amounts to ono hundred and eighty-five
thousand dollars. Tho oflicora of the Fint
National aro: A. AV. Leisenring, Presi
dent, and Edgar Twining, Cashier.
Mauch Chunk Times.
Tho Sohool Board Wins.
Somo months ago when tho School
Biard of this borough and ex-Tax Collec
tor John Titman wero having a settlement
a difference arose as to tho amount due
from Mr. Titman. Tho latter made cer
tain claims for allowanco ani exonerations
whiqh would leave him indebted for about
2,000 less than tho board claimed was duo.
Tho board mado a domand for settlement,
but Mr, Titman insisted that he should be
credited with the amount stated, Tho
board then brought suit and won before
the arbitrators. The case was then taken
before the Pottsvillo court, where it hung
fire for several weeks, Yesterday tho
court decided in favor of the School Board.
Ask Your Frlonds About It.
Your distressing cough can be cured.
Wo know it because Kemp's Balsam
within tho past few yoars has cured so
many coughs and colds in this community.
Its romarkable salo has been won entirely
by its genuine merit. Ask some friond
who has used it what ho thinks of Komp't
Balsam, There is no medicine so puro,
nono so effoctivo. Large bottles G0a and $1
at all druggists'.
Leg Cut Off.
Jacob Keiohelderfer, conductor of tr.iin
No126 of tho Philadelphia & Reading
railroad, had ono of his, legs cut off near
the hip yesterday by falling beneath his
train, The accident occurred near the jig
liouto, between St, Nicholas and Mahanoy
City. Tho injured man was taken to the
Minors' Hospital where he died this morn
ing, Minor Burned.
Martin Koefe was badly burned in tho
shaft of tho Ellongowan colliery on Mon
Allies' Nerve nnd Llvor Pllla
Aot on a new principle regulating the
liver, ttoinnoh and bowels through the nri'.
A new discovery. Dr. Miles' rills speedily
cute ntltouaneu, bad twite, torpid liver, pilau,
oonttlpaupn. Unequaled lor ineu, women,
children, BmallMt, iniUont.Burustl Olrtosed,
aids. Humpies Free, at J. II. llagtnbuck's
AV store' "Weiss beer ie tho beit. John A
Reilly sole ageut 6-6-tf
Advertise in the IIeuald.
21ST ANNIVERSARY OF THE
PIONEER FIRE COMPANY.
COLUMBIA H. & S. F. E GO., NO. 1.
The Mombors Had a Jolly Time
at Columbia Park Yoatorday.
Tho Oldest Active Mombor
Receives a Surprise.
Tho private picnic hold in Columbia
Park yesterday by tho members of the
Columbia U. & a. F. E. Co., No. 1, of
town, in honor of tho 21st annivorsary of
tho company, was one of the most de
lightful affairs over held in the park. The
mombors, with their wives, children and
swoothoarts, wero out In largo numborsand
they had a jolly time. There was no
formality. It was a reunion. Everybody
knew everybody and tried to mako every
body fool happy. Foot ball, running and
walking races, races and genoral romping
created considerable amusoment and laid
tho foundations for many si iff and sori'
Tho famous Grant Cornot B-md furnishod
delightful music, Prof. Zeitz, tho conduc
tor, putting tho mombors to n tost on some
oi tho very best selections. Prof. Sl.iitz
has accomplished wonderful work with the
band, which now stands ready to throw
down tho gauntlot to any band in the
county, tho Third Brigade of Pottsville
Ono of iho most pleasant features of tho
day was tho surprise tondorod Louis Leho,
tho veteran active memborof tho company.
It was a genuine surprise. Mr. Leho had
beon onjoying himself abuut the grounds
when ho fell into tho custody of tho
inimitable "Davy" Alorgan, who said
"Louis, I can dance you out of wind any
"Bet you a dollar you can't," was tho
This was a cuo for the conspirators and
they, gathoring about tho "two old cron
ios," insisted that the contest take place at
once. Tho unsuspecting Louis accompan
ied "Dayy" to the dancing platform and,
as they were about to mako ready for the
contest, John Bartsch jumpod upon the
orchestra stage and announced, "Qontlo
mon, beforo this contest shall proceed we
will listen to a few remarks by J. H.
Mr. Pomoroy was wolcomod by enthu
siastic applauso. Ho said : "Lidios and
Gentlemon, and mombers of tho Columbia
Hose and Steam Firo Engine Company,
No. 1, of ShBnandoah, Pa. : I desire to
say that a vory pleasant and gratifying
duty has been eonforred upon mo by tho
members of this company this afternoon.
I have had the honor lo bo selected as a
spokesman on this occasion in tho namo k1
and on behalf of tho company to confer
upon tho oldest aolive member of tho tire
department of Shonandoah n testimonial
which is intended to represent tho applica
tion and kindly feeling towardt him. And
I can say that not only the company, but
tho community of the borough of Shonan
doah desires to express its appreciation and
kindly fooling towards Mr. Louis Lebe
(Cheers and applause). The company is
to-day 21 years of ago. It is of age. It is
a voter. It has arrived at years of discre
tion and tbo members who surround us this
afternoon disire, on this occasion, to give
some fitting recognition to Mr, Leho as tho
oldest active fireman In the borough.
Twenty -one years ago, sir, tho firo company
was organized, and I have no doubt that
during this anniversary occasion It has fre
quently occurred to you that at that timo
tho residents of the town and members of
tho compauy were few In numbors. And
undoubtedly your mind has beon carried
back to the members who associated with
you. Somo are dead, somo have ' moved
away and live in othor communities, but n
few remain in this vicinity to recognize in
you, Mr Lahe, the vetorau active fireman
of the Shenandoah department. Mr.
Lehe has been a member of tho Columbia
Hoso Company since 1871 and I speak tho
sentiments oi tho company and tho citi
zens of the borough of Shenandoah when
I say that wo recognize in him a model
fireman, and In the model fireman you
may always look lor a good citizen. Wo
recognize not only his zeal, to tho com
pany, but also recognize that ho has beon a
modol for other members of tho company
in inculcating the necessity of being a good
citizen and an honorablo fireman. It is
customary on occasions of this kind to give
somo expression to that ettoom and I am
hero to express in a public way tho esteem
and confidence In you as a citizen and as a
fireman, And now, on behalf ot the Col
umbia Hose nnd Steam Firo Englno Com
pany, No. 1, of Shenandoah, Pa., I deslro
to present to you this token of esteem with
tho hope that you may live many years to
appear on similar occasions and that many,
many years from now wa may see your
kind and genial face la our midst and in
Mr. Pomeroy then handed Mr. Lahe u
handaome gold hoaded cane inscribed,
Presented by Friends
July 14, 1881.
Mr. M. E. Doylo then vory gracofully
acknowledged thu gift in behalf of Mr.
Loho. Patrick B'eeley, Jr., and mombeis
of tho company thon sang tho song and
chorus "Ono of the Bravest" and tho
Grant Cornet Bind capped the climax
with an oxcollent rendition of "He's a
Dandy." Refreshments followed.
Columbia irtstary Continued.
On December 7th, 1876, Richard Amour,
K. V. Amour nnd Thomas U. Fioldors
woro appointed a committee to purchaso a
Bra alarm bell. At tho following meeting
tho committee was ordered to purchase tbo
bell from Bancroft & Co., of Philadelphia,
who wero agents for tho MoShano Boll
Foundry of Baltimore, Mil., which was
dono, tho boll costing alone $555.50. The
boll is siill on sorvico in tho towor of thi
llorough building, where tbo Columbia
Hose Company has its headquarters, and
bears the following inscription on ono side i
"Columbia Hose and Steam Fire Engine
Co., No. 1,
"Organized July 11th, 1870.
"Richard Amour, E. V. Amour, T. B.
On tho other sido:
"I am Always K-mdy.
"I was cast December 20th, 1873."
Tho boll was received in time to bo
hoisted upon tho hoso house and a tempor
ary structure was mado by which the bell
could be rung until the Borough Council
could build a suitable tower. Tho bell was
flrtt used to ring in tho Centennial year
1879. Tho offioors for that year wero
-lected February 8th. They wore : Presi
dent, Thomas B Fielders ; Vice President,
William Jnmos; Secretary, Richard
.Vmnur; Financial Secrotary, Edward W.
Amour j Treasurer, John Oliver, Jr.;
foreman, William Owens; Assistant Fore
man, Richard Amour; Chief Engineer,
William Hilton. Diath visited tho com
pany for the second timo by tho drowning
of Foroman William sOwons, while ho
wasbathingin No. 3 dam on Juno 11th,
1860. Tho officers of tho company for the
next term were: President, O. D. Anour;
Vico President, Anthony Guy ; Secretary,
Richard Amour ; Financial Secretary, E.
W. Amour; Troisurer, John Oliver;
Foreman Louis Leho; Assistant Foreman,
M, Laubach; Chiet Engineer, Thomas M.
Greenwood. The officers elootod February
11th, 1878, woro: President, O. D. Amour;
Vice President, John Allen ; Socretary,
Richard Amour ; Financial Secrotary, E.
W. Amour ; Troasurer, David Powoll :
Foreman, Louis Leho; Assistant Foroman
Rlehard Amour j Chief Enginoor, Thomas
M. Greonwood. At tho same meeting a
fireman's overcoat was prosonted by the
company to Louis Loho, as a mark of
respect and as an acknowledgement of his
past services in the company. After two
years' work, tho committee on now engine,
consisting of T. J. Foster, Richard Amour
and Joseph Dusto, was enabled to roport
on March Gtb, 1878, that Mr. Button had
placed a now engine in tho cara of the
company on February 8th, 1878, and was
accepted by tho llorough Council after a
special election had beon hold to increaso
the borough debt. Thq ongino was thon
placed in the cato of the company and was
christened "Shonandoah" by Miss Annie
Johnson, assistod by othor young
ladios. On July 2nd, 1878, a committee
of five, consisting of Louis Leho,
Alex. Jones, A. Guy, D, Powoll
and T. M. Grooriwood waj appointod a
commitleo to secure a site for a picnic
ground The committee, with the aid of
Jonathan Wasloy, Ei-q., Superintendent of
Kohloy Run colliory, socurod tho park now
owned by tho company and which will be
abandonod at tho close of tho present sea
son, owing to tho coal being mined undi r
it. Tho first picnio was held in tho park
by tho Rescue Hook & Ladder Company
on a Saturday of tho September following
tho acquisition of the sito. Tho officers of
tho company elected February lltb, 1870,
were: President, John Bartsch; Vico
President, Thomas W. Powoll; Secretary,
Richard Amour; Financial Secretary, E.
W. Amour; Troasuror, AV. F. Goho; Foro-
man, Richard Amour; Assistant Foreman,
Thomas W. Powell; Chief Engincor,
Joseph Dusto. Tho first ongino bought by
tho company having bocomu defective, a
oommitteo was nppointed to got the ongino
rebuilt by L. Button & Son, of Watorford,
N. Y.i nnd tho engino was shipped thero
on Friday, Janunr., 0th, 1880. On Feb
ruary 10, 1880, tho following officers were
elected : President, John Bartsch; Vico
President, Frank Lewis; Secrotary, Rich
ard Amour; Financial Secretary, E. AV.
Amour; Foroman, Richard Amour; As
sistant F reman, E. AV. Amour; Chief
Enginoer, O. D. Amour; Treasurer, John
O. Glover. On May 18, 18S0, tho steamer
committee received 600 from the Philadel
phia & Reading Coal & Iron Company as
a donation towards paying for tbo rebuild
ing of tho engine, on condition that tho
fire company would respond to all firo
alarms from their Collieries in the district.
Tho donation was accepted on tho con
ditions named. The engino came back to
town on June lOlh, 1880, wns tetted and
found tatisi'aotury. On February 11th,
1331, D. J. Connor was olcted President;
Edmund AVilllams Vice Preidont; Riohard
Amour Secretary; E. AV. Amour Financial
Secretary; P. J Ferguson Treasurer; N.
Boucher, Foreman; Jere O'Nell Assisiant
Foreman; O. D Amour Cbief Engineer.
(Gmtfiuerf on fourth page.)
ROBBERS WHO MURDERED
MANY OF THEIR VICTIMS.
A DESPERATE TRIO OF YILLIANS
A Ohatauqua Elopomonb Rain
storms to Order Exploding
Bombs in Lofty Balloons Pro
olpltates tho Molsturo.
ArkanwsClty, Kim., July 15. A re
cent denpatoli from Fort Smith, Ark.,
stated that AVilllnm AVestmorelnnd,
John Ca?le ami John Hi nl had been
brought in from tho Indian Territory
and Imprisoned for murder of two
utraugcra In the Cherokee strip nbout
a year ago. The prisoners aro port of
tho most ilesperato and villinnouf" gang
In the West. The cabin where they
lived Is a slaughter pen Unrulier
more horrible than the notorious
Bender house in Knusas.
Tim Wislinni-pliH.il fo,,,n,, ,,it
- -loillMJ, iwijaisL
lllL' Of Nnull Wpstmnrnlnnil i.iwl l,l
.sons Sherman and William, and his
Hia-m-iuw, ecmeuuDouiten years ago
on the south hank of the Cimmaron
liver, lu the extreme eastern point of
Mm flturnluo cilli rm.n.. t...tti- n
eablu.eultlvated n small patch of laud,
..Itl ..-1. .1 1 ... '
aim, iuiiiuugri mey wero on uneioKeo
i.mu, mey iHiuuii arm nstied without
After tllMV linil lwiati lliarn an..nl
, ...... ' . .UC1D DCVD1HI
years counterfeit money became nleu-
mm m mu lurmory, nuu altera time
It became generally believed that tho
Wpfttninrplnnflu mi it llturrnnr w,,.i.D
who were generally mound them were
engaged in counterfeiting and illicit
distilling. Hevenue ofllcers, accom
panied hv fl pnmnniiiT nf nm.li
rallied the vicinity, but could secure
no iifwIMv ritt i,f ni,.,n cnntin.i.i
about through the woods and hidden
ii uiu-oi-ine-way places were found
hlimilll hnnoa nlil u-ilnlinlu
Hint of peddler's samples ' and other
Kuunuy reiics indicating mat a num
ber of people had been murdered and
This was In 18S7, and the gang had
been allowed to contluuo its nefarious
worir. since tlieto being no convicting
evidence against them. A prominent
Cherokeo ofllnlnl ulnloa It nu Mu I, altar
that this gang has murdered ten or a
dozen largo camping parties, leaving
uu uiio u icu mo siury oi ineir uiooiry
boy fished a mattress, carpetaud other
coiup furniture covered with blood
from the river not fur from the West
morland pnllfn ntwl tllunnimmA
a large number ot bodies had been
burned in a log heap.
ivu out innu who was Known to nave
money told the AVistmorelunds where
hp llllPllflwl in pnlun Hint ulr.l.t l.f
afterwards altered his mind'aud
oiiHiigeii ins camping place. The next
day ho learned that a man who had
P.'lIimPfl nt Mm nhmu tin ltnd il.ial.,ia,l
hail been murdered and robbed during
trie nignt. About the time Oklahoma,
opened three or four men who had
stopped at tho Weitmorelands or lu
tho immediate vicinity mysteriously
The list of probable victims of this
slaughter pen will run Into the scores
and prinilf'h "vfltnnnn nan unQllr Ua
secured to convict tho prisoners aud
uuino uuneii tunes over, ah nrounii
rlre cabin are found evidences of tho
uiier and tiiert, and the proot
-aiustthem for tho murder of tho
fCl strnlllprH n. vnni nrm lu clrntiry
tuough to bring them to the gallows.
What a Prominent Physician and
Ohomiat says After Analysis
and Practical Te3t.
Dr. J. Lyster, formerly of Tlellevue ITaspltal
uMi-titi-iit wueye anu j.vny jsitinu uottege.
speaks as follows :
Nkw Voiik, October !6, 18i).
Alva B Urnzlllnn Mpeoltlo Co., tl Wnli Urtet.
dents: The samp e of your Cactus lllooil
Cure, which I bought fir analysts, 1 have
mbltcted lo n very thorough tet, andoan
find not a single truce of mineral or mercur nl
E reparation in It whatever; nod, os I have
ad oonsMerablo eiperionoe In lis constitu
tional etPot lu certain dltoaiea already
kuuwntoynn, I oonslder It the bafestand
best vegetable blood purifier In tho market.
i). j. i.wrKit, Mi r ii r.
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