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THX2 ARGUS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1894.
HAYES ft CLEAVELA1IB
lUptfuoating over 40 Million LViUar
Of CaB HNU
Tlr Life. Tomirta.
Bred of Foretyafclp.
OIT.CK Beugstt-.B's bloc Roek Island, tils
bis, oar w ; tcy win tatcrast yam.
J. M. BUFORD,
Gener.il . . .
Tbm old Fire U4 Trie-tr;"1 Cmi1
Losses Prompt!? Pail.
as low as en rollabia company esa afford
tear Pstrooatfa la solicited.
STATE SAVINGS BARK.
b J Cortsr nfrseatk nreet ud TV. 3 At
Mereed th Unite Savuiri Bui. Oryanlaed less
s rcsn mim fid i nmn
Orraslaed nadef State Lava.
Open from a. n. to S t m.. and Weaneeday
Batoroay Bl tata from? to Spa
fnsTa "Brassa. . President
A, AiawwoKTB, . . V.ce-rridnt
J. F. HarorwaT. Caaulo?
Peru? lBar. W. W. Walla,
V. A. Kim, H. A. AiiinwortB,
W. B. Artwarda. W. H. Artun,
Aadrsw "riber-, C. F. Hexnecway,
btran Dviliif .
REAL ESTATE LOANS
for private partte Is tbe tardea
pot a ua wee oy im
Orchard State Bank
of 01 CdAKD, KKBRAdZA .
B. W. XUm. Freaidett,
J. B. Daav Caenler.
Mitchell trade. Backer,
i. r. BosisaoB, VafUarRuck If land National
O.C. Carter, H. D.
lnry Han't a.. Wholesale Groera.
Wholesale Sealer aad Importer of
Wines and Liquors.
Ult and mi Third At
Tiffin BATE DOOUS
Bath of all kind, including
Turkish, plain, khampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc, may
ti obtained at the Sanitarium
Hath Room, on the firit floor of
the Harper IIoum.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen.
tlcmen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week dare On Sunday the
room will be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Klectrio and Electro-thermal
bath miT be obtained at any
time during baainea hour.
Gymnasium connected with bath
Jolin Voile 6c Co,
Bash, Door and Blind.
And all kind of
Woodwork for Builder
Ming, Flooring, Wainjcoatlof
Mth etnet, tot 4tk and Ilk svs
m. o. onnui. a. d. oaaasu-v.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
liSc second Coot, over XitchaU A lyase's
bank, Money to loan.
Jackson & Hurst.
Attorney at Law. N-
oner la Rack lalaod National Bank bnildine.
a. n. awBBVsr.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Councellors at Law.
Offlee In Bcnrston'a Block.
Charles J. Searlo,
Attorney at Law.
Legal btunbeM of all kinds promptly attended
to. Suue'a Attorney of Bock Ialaad county.
Once, roaioffloa Block.
McEnlry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on (rood aecarlty: mace collec
Uone. Reference. Mitchell A Lynda, bankers.
Office, Postnffl-e Block.
Dr. R. Jay,
Office at Staasscn's Uverj uhle. Telephone
Thysician and Surjrenn.
't'Aj TWrd Avonae. Telaphoue. JITQ. off.ea
Bunra : 1 to 4 p. m- and at niictL
. a. BOLbowBcaa, a. t. a. a. babtb, k. d.
Drs. Barth Sc Hoilowbufeh,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Ctteaaooardrt, Telephone l. -
Or, Barw I Dr. iioliovbwb
I 1,' a, m. 1 10 to li a. la.
1 lo 2 and 7 to 9 p. ra. i tc Sacd toa p, in.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Offlce, Whttukcr Block, soothweat corner
Tbird and Brady atroeta. itafenporu Iowa
Booms IT and IS. Boor : to U a. ml to 4 p.nu
Stocker & Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
Offers for patent driving . Boom S T M C A
Edward L. Rammatt,
Offlc, Room 41. JCitctuS A Lyndc Suili.
Geo. P. staudtinar.
Plana and anpermtendenea for all ela of
Bmldinm. Rooms tu and 65, Slltchtll A Lynde
Boiidlnjr. Take eleratur.
W. A. Darling,
Bciora Block, over Kinaeborr't atore.
R. H. Pearce,
Room x and 31 In Mitchell A Lynde'i new
BnUrtlr. Take elevator.
And it will Keep You Cool
Drink It when ynu are thlrmr: when yoo
are ttred : when voo art overheated. When
ever yoo feel that a bealth-frlvluK MmpeiBnce
drink will do you good, drink
A e. pkc. makei ( sallona. Bold everywhere.
Tk C'kaa. E. Illrea C'a., Philadelphia.
VIGOR of MEN
Easily, Quickly, Peraaieitly Restored.
weBimi, ana an ute train
ol e-viid 1mm early error or
wot excebiHW, ttie resulthot
overwork. Pi kne, worry.
e-.. r iiu mi renein. aevel-
opment and tone (riven to
,ev.-ry ortan and portion
of tbe bnd y . iai pie, tutu
oral metbodb. Jmaiedi'
ate imnmvement a,ien.
railnr Imnoanible. 2.0HI referencea. Book.
ezpimiiAUoD and proofs mailed (sealed) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
CSacceaaor to B. WKNDT.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
110 Eighteenth Street.
aOFlt and Workmanship Guar
an toed the Best
Cleaning svnd Bpairing tkne.
L A. E
lMr1 a -
In Winning the G. A. R. Com
mander. CLOSEST VOTE THAT WAS EVES CAST
Colwnet Lawler Bavins bat Eleven Major,
ity Over Walker, of Indiana The Mar
row Margin a. Surprise to Both I'artios
Other Offlrera KlerteA The Cowarell of
AdmlnhtrMisai Sketch of the Xew
dilef Carerr-Ksodtia frnaa Ptttabwra'.
PlTTSBCBO, Sept. 14. The homeward
rnsh of Pittsburg's soldier visitors has be
gun in earnest. Together with their rela
tives and friends who accompanied them
to this city, they are leaving town in al
most a large numbers as they came down
upon the city. For the pnrpose ot the
gathering is practically accomplished; the
great aunual parade has been held; the
encampment has beard the yearly reports,
and tbe place for the next meeting has been
selected. Last of all aud a matter that
attracts as much interest aud attention as
tbe great parade tbe commander in-chief
has been elected, and his name is Lawler,
from the Prairie State. There has never
been so closely contested an election nor
one in which the winner had so short a
llntti I'arties Modi Surprised.
And it was this short margin that snr
prix l both the candidates and their sup
porters. Etch hnl, previous to the ballot,
felt sure that he had enough votes to "get
there" with a hundred cr so over. And
the way each fmund. as stated yesterday
in these dispatches, cive the outsider the
imjirion that both would be elected.
IJut the tu el war showed where they
stood, and when th b illot -t were counted
Iwler had j:i-t 11 t.i:is mora than
Walker. The total vote w is; Ltwlcr, J.;
Walker, 319. The lit of of!L-ei w:ts com
pleted as follows: Senior vice co:u:mtider,
MajorC 1. burchard.of Pittsburg; junior
vice, Cburles Shut, of Louisiana; surgeon
general, O. W. Weeks, of Ohio; chaplain-lu-chief.
T. II. Hasgerty, of St. Louis.
The Coum-11 of Arbitration.
The couucil of administration includes
the following: Utah, C. O. Karnsvorth;
California, Colonel H T. Blackmer; Ver
tiiont, Eb:itzer J. Ormsbee; Virginia aud
North Carolina, A. llaer; South Dakota,
Governor Charles II. Shelton; Delaware,
Charles Zertey; Ouio, K. II. Cochrane;
Mississ.ppi. F. M. Sterrett; Nebraska, J.
F. I)e Cner; Xew Jersey, Kmauuel Sanois;
UhiKle Inland, Charles A. 15 trbostr; New
York, David S. Brown; Michigan, tlrx.rge
H. Hopins; Minnesota, Allien SohalTr;
Washington, C, II. Holmes; Teunessee.W.
H. Veazey; Iowa, Atlert W. swalin;
Potomac. G. M. Pusted; West Virginia,
I. H. Duval: GvHr.sria, Jos. II. Thilmdeau;
Kansas, O. H. Coulter; Kentucky, Charles
W. Ilerdman; Alabama, G. II. Patrick;
Wisconsin. I). W. Carlson; Illinois 1L s.
Dietrick; Indiana. W. IL Armstroug.
Lm ler'i l iue Army Keeord.
Colonel Thomas (i. Lawler was born in
Liverpool about fifty years esro. lie came
to this country when he was It) years old,
and was 17 wbeu the war b.an. H.s army
service bet; an in April, 1NJ1, when he niuilu
a three niocths' coulrnct to light fur the
stars and strijies iu tlie Nineteenth IUi
iioii iufautry. ipr. IT of the sjtme year
he re-enlisted for three years as a private
in Company F of the Xiuetentb, with
which brave ;reginietit be punicipated in
all the lire and fuss which the Army of tbe
Cumberland was fated to pass through.
Ho wns honorably discharged Sept. 17,
14, his rank at that time being sergeant.
On receiving his discharge he returned to
Kobkford, w here he has ever since made
his home and where his record as a citisen
Las ever remained as free from blemish
as was his record as a soldier in the field,
lie gets his title as colonel from the na
Looks Much Like Gen. Logan.
Cououel Lawier was among the early
members of post I X of the Graud Arniv
of the Republic, which was formed in
aad helped to escort General John A. L
gaii when the general delivered au address
alamt that time. Jut here it may b
mentioned the marked resemblance in per
sonal appearance betweeu Generel Logan
and Colonel Lawler has often been re
ferred to by those who have seen aud
known bothol the men. In sterling mental
aud social traits the two men "ere also
remarkably alike. Colonel LawVer, pro
vious t J election to the commaudvrship,
served as past and senior vice command
er of Nevius post, and he now enjoys the
unique record of not only being the com
mander of tbe oldest Grand Army of the
Republic post in existence, bat of having
filled that position uninterruptedly for
more than a quarter of a century.
DISCUSSED COL. AINSWORTH.
Work off Clio Aaxlllary Organization
Itisplay of Firework.
As soon as the election was announced
peals of Kpplause rang through the ieia
house. When some seuiblauce of quiet
was restored Colonel Walker withdrew his
name and the election of Colonel Lawler
was made unanimous. Ia a brief sjieech
the new commander-in-chief thanked his
B'lpportcrs, and said he would work to the
utmost for the advancement of that graud
organization the Graud Army of the
Republic Nevius post, of Rjcktord, Ills.,
iu bouor of the election of Colouel Lawler,
fired a salute of twenty-one guns ou the
river bank. Diuner was next iu order, and
upon reassembling the eucampmeut took
up the resolutions cousuring Colouel Aios
worth, of the peusion department ut
Washington, (or discharging veteraus
from government employ.
All the military organizations were busy
electing ollicers during the day. The Vet
eran Sienul Service Corps association
elected W. II. Holmes, of Iowa, president, :
and Charles D. W. Marcy, of Boston, sec
retary. The Daughters of Veterans made
Mrs. K. M. Walker, of Massachusetts,
president, and Miss Ida J. Allen, of New
tonville, Mass., treasurer. The Woman's
Relief Corps elected the followiug officers
without much friction: President, Mrs.
Emma K. A. Wallace, of Chicago; senior
vice president, Mrs. Helen R. Morrison,
ot Suiithport, Pa.; juuior vice president,
Mrs. Lizzie R. Her rick, of Seattle. Wash.;
treasurer, Mrs. Artnila A. Cheney, of Do
troit; chaplain, Mrs. S. Agues Parker, of
A fitting close to the day was the dis
play of fireworks ou the Monougahela
river at tbe foot of Suiithuald street. The
citizens committee outdid itself and fur
nished a display that has seldom been sur
passed. At least SSU.UOO people liued the
wharf, Mouut Washington, the bridges,
and house topa iu the vicinity. A few
trifling accidents occurred during the
evening, but nothing of a serious charac
AHIS WAS EN0U3H PROBABLY.
Judge Lynch Sew Tn lie Faring Da.tly
lown In Tex ts.
AUsTl. Sept. 11 In roply to a tele
gram sent to him frctu New York, with
reference to tUe proxsed visit of a party
of Englishmen to the south fur the pur
pose of Investigating tnoh law Governor
Hogg has sent the followiug telegram:
"Texas has no sympathy nor excuse for
lynchers or tnurderers of any class and is
fast Buttressing them. Within the last
eighteen months only one white man and
two negroes have been mobbed. Eleven
of these lynchers have been apprehended
and indicted. Some of them are in jail
and others have fltl the country. Re
wards by the state are over the heads of
all lynchers for their arrest an 1 convic
tion. "Dnringthe two years of 1W2 and 103
thirty-four murderers were convicted and
sentenced to death and ninety-four were
put in the "pen" for life. These included
many old offenders. This yaar the work,
goes on with renewed vigor and good
effect. Whites aud blacks are equal before
the law aud given fair trials. Assassins,
lynchers, aud rapists receive no sympathy
from the better classes aud alike dread
onr courts. Tbe negroes and whites are
prospering under wholesome laws faith
fully exeouted without the prospect or
fear of race war or the increase of law
lessness. Neither moral nor political
sentiment or law will prohibit Englishman
or other people from fuilr inquiring into
the supposed race troubles or other ques
tions in Texas."
CRIME FOR THE SAKE OF CRIME.
A Wanton Tiece of levlltry Doue la an
AKBOX, O., Sept. 14 Three negroes,
two men and a woman, called at the house
of S Uonnist George Woehlhueter, in the
very heart of the city, and demanded
breakfast. Mrs. Woehlhueter was alone.
Badly frightened she prepared the meaL
Liter the men returned to the house,
bruLe iu the street do. rand going to Mrs.
Witehlaueter's room beat her insensible
aud assaulted her. She w.- bound anil
Razeed and thrown into tbe cellar. Car
pets aud bed clothing were saturated with
oil and the house lired. Except for timriy
discovery of the names, all trace of the
crime would have been obliterated. Mrs.
Wovhlhueter's condition is critical. Po
lice and citizens are searching fur the vil
lains. rttotherhot.fl of Locomotive Iirrmn.
IlAliUlSBlKu, Pa.. Sept, 14. A resolu
tion was adopurd by the couveution of the
Brotherhood of Locomo;ive Firemen in
dorsing the l.tlior measures now being
considered by the constitutional conven
tion at Altnsy and urging the labor levl
ers to unite with those having the meas
ure in charge to secure their speedy piss,
age. President Delis, of the American
K t.l way L'moa. who arrived here Wednes
day, was visited I y many d -iegates who
tendered their support if he will antagon
ize the re-election of Grand Master Sar
gent, but he claims that be will not op
pose him. I)elis has resinned the editor
ship of The Locomotive Firemen's Maga
zine and the resignation was accepted
w ithout a disseijting vote.
Filing I p tile White tlauee.
WamiisoTox, Sept. 14 Tbe White
House is now disfigured with scaffoldings
aud heaps of materials of rej-tir. Te
historic white of tbe -exterior is be tug
brightened and renewed. The walks cf
the grounds are ull torn up and dug to a
depth of a fool prep.iratory to the layiug
of new pavements. The piece of coping
over the entrance that fell low weeks
ago where statesmen aud office seekers
were constantly passing unconscious of
peril, is being renewed and fortiaed.
Within the mausiou the wood work is ail
being freshened aud many of the decora
tions changed or lenewed.
Minister in tiad O.lor.
Wabash, lad.. Sept. 14. The Rev. J.
W. Porter, the Baptist m '.Ulster .f Liberty
Center who was arretted charged with
stealing a jiocketbouk from Miss Lizzie
Sparts of Ranquu and who was acquitted,
was tried by the Baptist Salamoni associa
tion on two nther charges, one alleging
that he had represented that he had t..Ji
on deposit in ou Indiauapolia batik by
reason of which be got two names as se
curity ou two f j0 notes, tvhicb tbe signers
pasd. As a result of tbe trial it was de
cided to expel tbe minister from the
riad Fun bat Out Home Itroke.
Philadelphia. Sept. 14. The Nor
wegian steamship Kurt una from Java
lauded Arthur Vincent, a New York boy,
who has circled the globe without a cut
of money. He left. New York two years
ago at the age of 14 and the testimonials
he curried with him are sufficient proof of
his travels. Tbe boy bears evidence of
rough experiences aud is almost destitute
cf clothing. He says be was entertained
by (jtiecn Liliuoknlani at Honolulu, and
this is undonbtedly true. Iu Russia te
Says he was entertained by tbe czar.
Mighty Low ttail for Kacb a Case.
M ETKOIULIS, Ills, Sept. 14 John
Martin, a 10 year-old boy, white, was
jailed here for committing au assanlt up
on Meriah Cooiey, a 70-year-old colored
womau. Martin was only thwarled lu
lady accomplishing his purpose by the old
drawing a butcher knife. The old lady
is the most respected colored womau iu
the city and the negroes ate worked up
to a high pitch inasmuch as Martin's bail
was fixed at only ..
The Superior-Mississippi Canal.
MlNNKAIVLLi, Sept. 14. Major C. B.
Seam, Uuited States engineer iu charge of
tbe Lake Superior works at Dnluth. is
arranging four engineering parties which
will be sent out at once to survey routes
for a ship canal betweeu Lake Superior
and the Mississippi river.
Money Is "Cheap" iu iaigtaud.
Londox, Sept. 14. The governors of the
Bank of Eugland at their half-yearly
meeting declared a dividend of 4 per cent.
The reason for this reduction is a decrease
in profits said to be due to the unprece
dented iucrease in the reserve aud the low
value of money.
'. Passenger Ai;eut Appointed.
' ST. Loos, Sept. 14. The appoiutment is
announced of W. F. Bruuuer, now district
passenger agent with headquarters at
Indianapolis, to be assistant general
passenger agent ot tbe Peuusyl vania lines
west of Pittsburg, with headquarters at
Another Call for Aid. '"-
Ashlaxd, Wis., Sapt, 14. Mayor Hub
bell Iimm issued M not ht-r p-h tl.. .-, i
of Ashlaud looking to the assistance of
needy Ashlaud couuty settlers, who were
left destitute by forest Urea,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
' - Ke York financial.
New Votts. Soft, n
Money on call easv. On red ul lv cent.
Prim- mercantile tapr 3-Vv pr eeut.;
sfe'rlmir exchstiic? ftrui, with nt tiiai busiue)
Iu ta ikers' li.l. ( iK'i t r demand i.u.t
i . 4 fur etrtr data: u.il rtes -!- i
1 li. Cuaim.ret.1 Ut 44(4 !'
SJv. r certilletjs. C.I4 ti. l; uu sales; bar ail
v, r riis M- xi -an UM ar-t
I'uitod iluUea l-onla, regular. 1:9';
do. 6' coapmu. liV 4: tlu. 4'a ruvalar. 114:
Or 1 4's ranrsms, liS; do T4, 14 bid; l adfli: S'
ot Vi, 101 t.i.l.
CUir.tgo Cruln and rrnrlare.
t'H IC M Sept. 1
F.-llen-in were t'.ie nuotatinaa on the IWwrd
of Trsde to-lav: Wheat ."irpU"mbr. 0"-al
OiH.-. Ciei,d -tHi S lleH.ltlier. ne..HMi AT-a,
ch-ed iiTj: May. naed tyr, ul.nurd Kllo.
Com siepU'tntw-r. openWI r,T rhMed 4wse:
Oetolier. o ue l r,7c ci.mo-1 6u4c; .May. aliened
STC. cloetsl A-tlr-. 4Mts Septetnnr. 0snel
t!oe.sl;ij, - (V-tober. opnl.11V!.eld
S'.V; M.iy, op,-nel i'4i-. cbwed asi... pork
Seftvuibor, ois-uod $ . dosed ri4.; Juno-
ary, opened SUsn elool JH. Ci. Lard- s.-iu
terjSer. opeued cbne-1 fa-' January,
0.nsiS ; closed S .
PrudacK Hatt.'r Lxtra rreamer.:t rc
oer lb: extra dairy, Sik-. ucki.u st-x a. Lie: lie.
E;s Fnv-h sto-k. l5l-,l- ir d.z- Ur,
I'. u try Chi ikon. st pr lb: apriuircbiVkeus.
: dneka. 7h-1'v: turk lya. a xsc;Koae, 1-4.UU
(i.'U per u- s Pot it.-es Kos. IiyTV i-r
bua'.ieh early tl.ii . M.iTV-. Ai;le. $1
2 ni n.-r UL berr.e UPieberrie. lieu!, 1. 10
per lrt-;t ca. lioaey Wbit clov.-r in Hb
a-t lioua, U-j.1.' ,c: brok ju eoaiU. Ml I - dark
rouiu, nojd coitditiuu. ltl; stralael CaUturn.a,
Chicago Live Slock.
Live Stock Irioea at the I'ni iu s,w yai U
today rant.isl as t.illiiws: 11. v, Estimated
re,s-ipts for the ilav il.iv; sai,r r:.n--si at
i..L.Va) pigs. SS-V.w.4S hsht. fS.Su,M
ronab pat kiug, .Mb.si m.xed. and ' ' I
aJ buavy jekin and shipping tots
Cattio Keisii,t fir tn dUy. au.'t; tpmta
tutnii ranired at ;.VtV:s.S3 choice to extra
shiPi'lnr ste-rs. f (rort t, ch'ttre d i.
Sl.iin.M liti lair to , -i.io -i.7i ronimm to
median do, -.'-. butchers' steers. rl.u
(it-iij Stokers. tl, .i... feedis flJt,,iA'l
ccw. f--r. l.. .t.-n. 1.H -r- bud.
-.: 3LSJ Texas steiri. au.1 liouw v.1
shoep anil Itinl,-, Ilectipt for tbe day.
IS.-Mi prices raawed at LtoV western.
t ' 'iV. f i-uiia, i.i.'j uauvoa, audci.il,
The Local Maravts.
i:sy T io!t.y, t:v.J:t: e-..lan SlQ&Ill;
w. d.Ji;fa,loun,3aSr; baicCL .
Bnt'er atf i rbaice, c ; ereamary, ttc,
Pou'trr spntK chickens, lsrce, 1t';;.4"
rsClT ASS VaeBTafcLBa.
rsaln bK ot be
RJneberr.es - $2 a raee.
Oraje Sc per 15.
ratio B-itrbers pay for era f-l atrrrv
4J4H-; cows ana rlf:s. HSO'1 : ca.ea
Pprir.r lamb, ft f3$S s head
Royal Kul.y Kye Whteky
Is a "Kye aa is a Eye." Ba-a-a:!y r.pcncd and
rea from all fi.n-'.ga flavor acd adaHrrsrta. rsar
atie-d pcre i over eleven years of arc, rtcom-
mecded to ti. cornct-sr-ar a a nrritoriost am-
c'a worthy f tbs corflicnot of lnraln!, cor.t a
leaotlJ aat tte area, free tha ccr ti3 is
blown in bott. . ir quart hot ie.
'KOVAL El. BV' HoKT WlhX
ptre. old ai.d mcUow, thrreforc bert adapted tut
invalids. eoLtalefceu'.t acd tie at-d. It rettora
lost vitality, creatue stn ugtb ad appcti:e. bntV-.i
ap the weak and ecMii'sted. tjuan 1. Pitt.
fXi cttla. 1 ut up t6 ton 1 and ; oarai.nd bv
hOYAL WISE, to, Cnicatra.
V.tr a!e at uarper lioose Pharmacy, and by
WUiiaaj Cudeiilli. Molice.
Whej Eaby was sick, we pave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Uastoria.
When she became !isR she clone to Castoiia.
When aba had Ci'P-lrvn. she 4raetheai Casturba.
Aae a Weil
THE GREAT CoZX,l'Zlj
rnruru trrrnji r. v "vir
rrotarea me ASore Ktaalta la SO li. It urt
rewertully and qui.-l.ly. Cures wi.ea all oth-n
fall, i LIi? men Will refrain t.eie ln1 m.rthnnH
and ola men will recover their youihf.il viroi
uj..u:r ,iiRLIi. iictMckiTat.a surely re
Ftores Nervonsi.. s. Lost V'.li'.l.ty. Irrpotcncy,
Niehtly Kmissions. Lost Power. Failtmr Mrm
ory, Vi ustinic ureases, and ail eOccta ot self
abuse or excess and indiscretion. Wards oil
Insanity and consumption. Insist on fcxvicr
VITAUIS, no other. Can be carried in text
txieker. It) ri.-i'l tl 1,,. n-...!....
' 4-". with a imaltita wrrttra crsarao're to rare
er remaa trie te. firet.iar In. Address
CALL JUT litailir COaiPAM'. Ikirsra. UL
For sale nt Ttock i":snd by Harper Moose Pbsr
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Contractor and Builder.
Shop, Holly Hom IXoTA.e.
Residence. 410 Seventh stre .
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Painters and Decorators
52CP. 413 SmUtth St, XSLArr.
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