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THE. AUGrS, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4r1891.
A FEIGHTFUL FAIL:
Eighteen Men Pjunged Down a
Woodyatt's Music House-
Highest of all in Leavening Power. U. .S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
No. 1804 Second Avenue
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
A CHOP 01 FIVE HUKDEED FEET.
LOOK LIKE BOIES AGAIN.
Republicans All but Concede His Elee
v tlon tn Idwn.
. Des Moim:s, Xov. 4. The re-election of.
Governor Hoiud by the Democrats of Iowa
is practically conceded on all hands. The
his plurality at 10,
XH and that of the
state ticket 9,000
-Mack, of the Rpuu
-aid that the reports
so far received were
he hoped later ones
would favor the Re
publicans. At any
rate, he saiJ me plurality would be small
either way. At midnight every indica
tion pointel to the election of Buies and
the entire Democratic ticket by a hand
A Probable Democratic Legislature.
But scattering returns have been re
ceived on the legislative vote, but
the indications are that the next
general assembly will be Democratic
by a small majority. Most districts re
porting show that the candidates for tha
legislature on the Democratic ticket ran
fully even with Governor Buies, and as
his election seems to be assured there is
little doubt but both the bouses of the
legislature wiM la Democratic. The
prominence of tha prohibition issue kept
the voters In line, and there was little
scratching of the legislative ticket.
Increasing Boles' Majority,
At 2 a. hi. indications are that Governor
Boies' majority will be greattr than S.OCfl.
It is more likely to reach 10,000. Compila
tions show the Democrats have made
gains in the counties of Decatur, Dickin
son, Cass, Emmet, Marlon, Wayne, Palo
Alto, Pottawattamie, O'Brien, Dubuque,
Des Moines, Jackson. Johnson, Carroll,
Warren, Fayette, Marshall, Woodbury,
Scott, Lee, aud Marion. In fact, in a
small way, in each county it seems to
have been a landslide.
THE ELECTION AT CHICAGO.
As Taual the Windy City Is Behind with
Chicago, Nov. 4. The returns so far
tabulated indicate the election of Walter
S. Boyle and L. E. Cooley, Democratic
candidates for trustees of the drainage
district, and of Bernard Eckhart, one of
the Republican candidates. The contest
between C. F. Babcock aud O. T. Bright
for county superintendent of schools is
very close, and it may take a careful re
count of the vote to decide it. It appears
How as if the county commissioners were
about equally divided in the city between
the Kepublieaus and the Democrats.
The Figures Get In at Last.
LATEIL The Times says that Cooley
for drainage trustee alone of all the Dem
ocratic ticket is elected. The vote for
trustees is as follows, with three precincts
missing: Cooley, Dam., 65 534; Bogle,
Dem., 64 210; Boldenweck, Rep., 66,743;
Eckhart, Rep., 73,991. Mr. Guthrie, run
ning as an independent,' polled 6,000
For county superintendent of schools
Bright, Rep., has 4.740 plurality. John
M. Green beat Cooper, Dem., for president
of the county board by over 12,000 plur
ality. . .
Elections Through the State.
HlLLBORO, Ills., Nov. 4 A special
lection war- held in this county for the
purpose of electing a county judge
to fill the vacancy caused by the death of
JudKeXsiu; AlV'u Iudicalions are chat
George R. Cooper, Rep., has been elected
by about i)0 majority.
Jacksonville. 111., Nov. 4. This
county bud nu election for eon my com
missioner. There is every indication tbat
McDonald, the Democratic candidate, is
Plano, Ills., Nov. 4. At the special
election for county treasurer in this city
less than half the vote was cast. New
ton, Rjp., is probably elected.
Macomb, Ills., Nov 4. An election was
held to elect a county judte in place of
Jonathan li.iker, deceased. Richard G.
Beelen, M.f. Republican nominee, was
elected over J. Host Mickey by a majority
VlltoiMA, Ills.. Nov. 4 At yesterday's
election George W. Stout, Djm., of Ash
land, was elected county commissioner.
CLEAN SWtEP IN KANSAS.
Republicans Klect Nina Judges, and
Kvrry County Officer.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 4. Complete re
turns from thirty Kansas counties and
partial from forty show the election of
nine oat of twelve district judges by the
Republicans, three not heard from. Re
publicans elected every official in every
county. Reports from nearly all the east
ern counties in Kansas give the election
of the Repnhlioin ticket, showing large
gains over I ' r .r ir.
Wan Vetry Cold for Somebody.
It was raw and chilly all over Kansas
and a drizzling rain fell, causing a lighter
vote thau would otherwise have been
polled. In each of the 1(H) counties the
following ollicials were chosen: Treasurer,
clerk, sheriff, register of deeds, surveyor,
coroner and one county commissioner
The result of this election will have great
import for the Democratic party. If the
People's par'y had made large gains the
Democrats would in the future ba divided
on the question of a fusion, but a Repub
lican victory will result hereafter in
straight Democratic tickers.
The Australian Ballot.
CHICAGO, Nov. 4. The Australian bal
lot was used in a number of the elections
yesterday, including this city. Every
where it is claimed to have been a suc
cess, and highly satisfactory to all parlies.
IN THREE SOUTHERN STATES.
Maryland, Virginia and Mississippi All
Baltim ke, Nov. 4 I a. m. Brown
foi governor, and entire Democratic state
ticket elected by about 20,000. Senate:
Democrat;-, 19; Republicans. 7. The house
will be Dj'iiucratic by not less than SO ma
jority. Fifty-four out of 10S election dis
tricts in Baltimore city give Latrube for
mayor si th term 9.S4C; Warfleld, 6.159.
La t robe and entire regular Democratic
city ticket will have about. 5,000 major
ity. The Republicans claim the third legis
lative district. Frederick county cast the
heaviest vo'e for years, with Democratic
gains aud parts of both ticke ts elected.
Kverytlilnir Democratic Hereaway.
JACKSOV, Miss., Nov. 4 Everything
his gone Dn'nocratic in Mississippi. The
ouly state o fleers voted for were three
railroad commissioners. They had no op
position, ne ther did the nine Democratic
candidates for district attorneys. In
six or eight otfnntiw there were local con
tests over th-j county tickets, and except
in these there has been no interest in the
The Resnlt in Virginia.
Richmond, Nov. 4. Of 19 state senators
the Democrats have certainly elected It.
Of the MO dj embers of the house the Dem
ocrats have e ected 70. The regular Dem
ocratic candidates are defeated in Mat
thews and Middlesex by the Alliance
Shot His Wife by Accident.
Monroe, Wis., Nov. 4. Mrs. Rolland
Kline, living abont six miles south of this
city, died Monday from the effects of a
j wound accidentally received last Thurs
I day from a breech-loading shotgun in the
! bands of her husband. Mr. Kline had
.been out hunting, and npon his return
home he comnenced e'eaning bis gun.
He bad a shell containing no shot, which
j he intended to shoot for the purpose of
j cleaning the barrel. He accidentally
; pulled the trigger and Mrs. Kline received
' . I. 1 s . 1 - . I I
lue nou iruui me guu iu me uip.
Secretary I'roctor Practically Retires.
Washington Nov. 4. Secretary Proc
tor left Washington last evening for New
York, whence be will go to his home in
Vermont, Befire leaviasr he turned over
the control of the war department to aa-
' sistnnt Hecretnrv Grunt anil will nnlv ro.
: turn to receive ofleiallv his successor and
transfer to him the office of secretary of
"Samuel of Posrn't" Trial.
Sax Fbaxcisco, Nov. 4. M. B. Curtis,
"Samuel of Poseo," of theatrical fame,
who is accused of having shot and killed
Policeman Grai t en Sept. 11, was before
Judge Troutt A'onday for arraignment.
He pleaded not guilty aud the case went
over till Saturdav.
Death of Motmignor Preston.
NEW Yoi;k, Nov. 4. The Rt. Rev.
Mgr. Thomas S. Preston, vicar general of
the Roman Catholic diocese of New York,
died at the pastoral res denes of St. Ann's
church, in E.ist Twelfth street, shortly
before 1 o'clock yesterday morning.
Proctor Formally a Senator.
MosTPELlKn, Vt., Nov. 4. Governor
Page yesterday issued a proclamation
formally annouicing the appointment
of Hon. Redtield Proctor as United States
senator to succored Hon. George F. Ed
Republicans Klect a Congressman.
Hritox, & D., Nov. 3. Returns from 50
precincts show th tt Jolley, Rep., for c n
gress leads both his competitors. Woods,
Dem., and Smith, Ind. He will probably
be elected. One hundred and two pre
cincts, including lurjje towns, except
Yankton, and 19 ont of 51 county seats,
give Jolly, Rep., E 457; Smith, Ind., 8,098;
Woods, Den:., 2,075.
Like Old Tunes In Nebraska.
Omaha. Nov. 4. Independent state com
mittee claims Ederton elected by 12,000.
E'lgerton, howevt r, is rapidly losing
ground, and it no .v looks as if nn old
time Nebraska Republican majority will
be rolied up. Oui: ba and Douglas coun
ty go Republican.
Belknap Kle-ted In Michigan.
Grand Rapids, Nov. 4. Charles E.
Belkuap was elected to congress yester
day to fill the v.i can cy caused by the
death of Congressman SI. H. Ford, of the
Fifth district, by ii plurality of .2i0 or
1,50") over John S. Lawrence, the Demo
Republicans Cain in Colorado.
Denver, Nov 4. Full returns from
the city of Denver show tbat the Repub
licans have elected their entire municipal
ticket by 2,500 plurility, a gain of 8,000.
Ret urus from all over the state show a
slight Republican g-ln.
New Jersey All Demoeratle.
Trenton, Nov. 4 The Democrats elect
ed the legislature yesterday.
He Found 1 iwtou Hubbs.
Parkers burg, W. Va., Nov. 4 Henry
Beaver, probably the most desperate and
notorious character in this end of the
state, was shot to death Saturday in
Pleasants county b;r Newton Hubbs, a
well-known resident of the county.
Beaver, who had a gr jdge against Hubbs,
started out to find biia with the intention
of killing him lie ft uud bim.
Time on the darn -Id Park Crari.
Chicago, Nov. 4. Following are the
results of the races ytsterdayat Garfield
park: Lucinda, mile, 1:10; Big Casino,
I mile, 1:45'; Lord Lonsdale, 1 ntiie,
1:43,V; Sauta Anna, Y;i miles, 1:55?; The
Deacon, fi mile, Rudolph, mile.
, The cumber of persons killed by the re
cent earthquake in Ja)an is now estima
ted at 5,00.). and 50,0 W houses v.- de
stroyed. No Europeans e kil. .
Seventeen of the l'orortunate Killed,
But No Particulars of the Disaster
The Maverick Bank President Put
der 8100,000 Bonds A Girl Forced to
Swallow l'.ilnon Novel Facts in a New
York Divorce Case Collapse of a Coal
Strike News Item.
Frightful Disaster in Montana.
Butte, Mont., Nov. 4. It was reported
late last night that a cage carrying eigh
teen men fell in the Anaconda mine from
the 400 to the 900 level and killed seven
teeen men. On account of the distance of
the mine from the city the names of the
killed cannot be learned at this writing.
POTTER PLEADS NOT GUILTY.
His Bail Fixed at SIOO.OOO Clearinc
House Process Criticised.
Boston, Nov, 4 Asa P. Potter was ar
raigned before United States Commis
sioner Hallett yesterday an.i pleaded not
guilty. District Attorney Allen asked
that his bail be fixed at not less that $300,
000. Potter was held in $100,000 for the
district court. In an interview yesterday
Mr. Potter said: "The loss of the Maver
ick National bank on account of its deal
ings with Mr. Irvtng A. Evans would be
lilO,000 if the collateral could be judi
ciously disposed of. The bank's dealings
with Mr. Evans can in no sense be con
sidered the direct cause of the suspension.
The real causes of the failure are some
What Started the Catastrophe.
"The first '.ancible thing was the refusal
by President Wilmot R. Evans, of the
Winlhrop National bank, to accept one of
our certified checks. Although Mr. Evans
had no desire tbat the matter should take
such a phase, the full clearing house com
mittee sat npon the case and decided to
make an examination. This was more
than a week ago, and before the situa
tion reached a critical stage, and the way
in which they made the examination was
highly significant. In the first place they
went through the whole list of assets,
and charged off as entirely worthless
every item vrhlcn, jn their opinion, was in
any "way doubtful.
The Clearing Huse Committee Plan.
"Of course, in the nature of thing,
there was a great deal of paper and other
securities of whose value the members of
tbat committee were entirely ignorant.
Having thus reduced the net value of our
assets in their estimation in this way,
they proceeded to argue tbat in all bank
liquidations there was an average shrink
age of SO per cent, in the value of assets
when it came to winding up a concern.
Then, forthwith, after throwing out
everything about which they had any
d jubt. they deducted 20 per cent, from
everytning that was left. Of course,
af.er such a process the figures show ap
p trently a v-y larg i deficit.
Says He Can Make All Square.
"Let me say, on the othor hand, that
if I was allowed to wind up the affairs of
the Maverick National bank no depositor
and no stockholder would lose one dollar
that he has deposited or invested. All
the facts about the bank's condition and
about its management will olficially be
made known in the course of time. Pend
ing that. I am content to await the out
come of events."
WEDDED AGAINST HER WILL.
Dragged into a Carriage by the Hair and
Foroed to Marry.
New York, Nov. 4. Louisa Chalupia,
a cigarmaker, in her suit for the annul
ment of her marriage with Frank Chal
upia, tells a story of being literally drag
ged into a matrimony by her hair. It
was seventeen years ago, she says, when
she was only 16, that she was unwillingly
betrothed by her mother to Chalupia. He
was one of the most prosperous young
men of the Hungarian village.
The Hungarian Idea Illustrated.
When the wedding day came Louisa re
fused point blank to go to the altar. She
confessed that she loved some one else,
sat down on the floor and refused to
budge. Then her mother threatened to
kill her. Finally the mother seized her
by the hair, dragged her down-stairs and
into a carriage. Almost before Louisa
realized what had happened she was be
fore a clergyman and was married.
THE LATEST STYLE OF MURDER.
A Young Miscreant Forces a Girl to Swal
Boulder, Colo., Nov. 4. Boulder is all
excitement over a terrible crime tbat was
committed here Sunday night. George
Weiderholdt took Dora Anderson, a
pretty Swede girl, for a walk.. aud it is al
1 -ged forced ber to take poison against
her will. She strongly objucteJ , but he
held her nose and forced -her to drink a
large phial of laudanum. He then threw
away the bottle, which was found later,
still containing some of the poison. As
soon as the crime was made known physi
cians were called and they worked over
her from midnight until 9 o'clock Mon
day morning, when the unfortunate girl
Uud. Weiderholdt was arrested.
Palo Alto Lowers His Record.
Stockton, Cala., Nov. 4 Palo Alto,
Stanford's famous 9-year-old stallion, cut
down his record a half second yesterday
and came within a quarter of a second of
the world's stallion record, now held by
Allertou. Fala Alto made the first quar
ter in 32 seconds, the half in 1:04, and the
third quarter in the remarkable time of
l:3(i3. In the stretch he b.oke twice, but
came untler the wire on a trot in iObj,'.
Killed and Cremaf-d His Wife.
Jeusevville, 111., Nov. 4. Mike Faber,
a farmer living near this town, is in jail
charged with the double crime of niurd.T
and arson. Faber quarreled with his
wife Sunday night, driving her from
home with blows and curses. She took
refuge with neighboring friends, return
ing the following morning. Faber In his
rage killed her and burned the bonse ever
his victim's bodv.
A Great Coal Mine strike Collapses.
PlTTSBUIiG. Nov. 4 Yesterday the dis
trict convention of coal miners decided to
surrender to the operators and declared
their mrike at an end.' This morning 10,
000 diggers in the Pittsburg district te
snmect work at the TO cent rate. They had
tiemauileJ V2 cents per tou for mining.
WHAT AN ASS AM 1 1
The ass thought himself as fine look
ing' as his neighbor, the horse, until he,
one day, saw himself ia the lookiDg
glass, when lie said "What an ass am 1!"
Are there not scores of people who
cannot see themselves ss others see
them? Thoy have had blood, pim
ples, blotches, eruptions, and other kin
tired disfigurements. All these annoy
ing' things could be entirely eradicated,
and the skin restored to "lily White
ness,'' if that world-famed remedy, Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
were given a fair trial.
It cures all humor.?, from the ordi
nary blotch, pimple or eruption to the
worst scrofula, or the most inveterate
blood-taints, no matter what their na
ture, or whether they be inherited or
acquired. The "Golden Medical Dis
covery" is the only blood -purifier
guaranteed to do just what it is rec
ommended to. or money refunded.
World's Dispensakt Medical As
sociation, Proprietors, No. 663 Main
Street, Buffalo, N. T.
: Shirt Factory :
"We are now prepared to take
your measure and make
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
All kinds of Repairing done.
Also agent for Rockford Clothing Company.
Fine custom-made pants from $3 to $10.
1609 Second Avenne, Rock Island.
Over Looelej's Crockery store.
Is not a cosmetic in the srnse In which thst term
is popularly used. Dot permanently beautifies. It
creates a soft, smoota. clear, velvet; skin, and by
daily ase gradually make ihe complexion several
shades whiter. It is a constant protection from
the effects of son and wind and prevents sun
hum and freckles, and blickheads will ne.er
come wh'le jou nse it. It cleanses the face far
better tnan soap and water, nourishes the skin
tls sues and thus prevents the formation of wrink
les. It gives the freshness, clearneie and smooth
ness of skin that )on had when yon was a little
Sir! Kvery lady, young or old, ought to nse 'it,
as it gives a more 5 or thtul appearance to any
lady, and thst permanently. It conuins no acin.
powder o a'knll, and Is as barnvese as di w and
a nourishing to the skin as dew is to the flower.
Price $ 1 OO, at alldiuiottsts and hair dressers,
oral Mrs. Gervaise Graham's tstabhsnrrent, K
Post street. San FranciFCO. wheie she treats la
dies for all blemishes c.f the face or Bcnre. La
dies at a distance nested by letter. Send stamp
for ber little book "How to be Beautiful."
SAMPLE BOTTLE mailed fn eto any lad on
receipt of 10 cents in stamps to pay for jostage
Cures the worst cafes of Freckles, Snnbnrn,
pauownets. .wotn-potcne, rimpie, and all skin
blemtFbe. Price SI. SO. liurmless snd ef
fective. No sample can be sent. Lacy agents
THE DRUGGIST in tb'c town who first orders
a Din o' my preparations will have b name ad
ded to this advertisement.
My preparations are for sale, by 'wholesale
druggists in Chicago and every city west of it.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
MOLINE, - ILLS.
OOse Corner Fifteenth street aad Third Ave,
Succeeds the MoUneSaYings Bank. Organised 18M
. S FEB' KIT. UTERES! PUD 01 DEPUSITI
. Organized under StataLaws,
Open from a. tn. to S p. mn and Wednesday ant
Sirnrray nights from 7 to 8.
Pobtbk 8 kinks a, - - . . . President
R. A 1KB worth, , V Vice-President
C.Hbbhwt. - - Cashier
: Porter Skinner, S. W. Wheelock,
A. Rose, H . A. AJns worth. -
G. H. Edwards, W. U. Adams,
Andrew Friberg. C.F. Uemenway,
BUY A BUFFALO
Wyomirur lot. It's the oomtnar nitr n TT
ing. ilea waterworks, electric UKhte. flourlrur
mills. Located In the garden of Wyomimr
Prodnoed the prise potato crop of the United
u kw wmim ana xuxuier in lor.
matton apply to
MASS k THOU. Buffalo, 'Wyo.
This firm have the exclusive Bale for thia
Piarjos arjd. Orgarjs,
WEBER, 8TU YVES ANT, DECKER BROS., "WHEEL0PK
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS,
' And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
v A full line also of small Musical merchandise.
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A.fall and complete line of Platform and otter SpiiTE Vt gr-ne, efj eciai j a-aj-i c ti tit
western tiade. (! superior woiksnsnsMr and fii.it-h. HIuMr; u C 1 n e Lit-i in i ol
application. Kee the MOLINE WAGl N bi fi le pun haiin:.
INCORPORATED TJNDBK THS STATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK island, ill.,
Open dally from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and ftatnrday evenings from 7 to S o'cV-k.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
X. P. RKYNOLDH. Pres. F C. DKNKHANN, lee-Pres. J. M. BCPORD, Cwaiti.
P. Ik Mitchell. P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann. John Crsbaugh. H . P. Hull,
Phil.MltclMll, L. Simon, S. W. Hurst. 3. at. Baford.
Jacksob HtraeT, Solicitors.
IVBegan hasineee July 8, 1890, aid occupy the southeast corner of Mitchell Ljnde s nw
221 and S23-
ALLaandry Work done on short notice.
A specialty of Dress fckirte.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
Jotice of Dissolution.
Notice la hereby Riven thst the partnership
heretofore existing between Ibe undersigned as
Joseph & lev -to is this dardssoiTed by mn:na
constnt, Kdward I. Leveen has full p wet ind
authority to collect ali accon' ts doe taid late firm
and do any other set necessary in closinc tp the
business of laid arm.
Dated at Kock Is and. HI.. Oct aoth, 1891.
JEDWAKQ I. LWEEN.
county of the
We have in our employ a firth. p;ano
pecial Taxation .Notick.
Notice is hereby given to all pf rn ir.vrestt
thst the eity cr.unul of t.u i: Ks
having by ordinance pa.w-d .lu vfi, 'v:r
that n.ird avenue from th ei-tli-i-fou.
th to the weft lie of Ninth ctreot. of xf
t enth street from th-nnrth m- ff fir: aT.a
tn 'he north line of " MH !..'! f. t ' J
between Kiirhieemh ami N'ii't.niii t:f'
Secotd and 1 h'nl avt-n.j.- f if.i r " rt J
ec- ndaverne to the north iii---' T'.:r-:.'-'
in the city of Km k lslaixi. In .. he "
curb stones, esravatefi i:d torr.h tl. n:i
pved wnit pavmtt trie.
Said or lir.ance for said inr.m.v n. r
'n the office of the ritycic ri "f '.
city bas applied to the county C"i:rt I
atiii cotitity, 1 ltnois. for a:i a-s -r:r, n'
of the cos's of s:.iil imrro ni t;' t;;i tii
the lots and parts of lot nrd ' ' ' '-'r :c
tivuous to tile 'tl e of ail ;ni; r- - - " t i"
ordinance ordered to he rt::!:.ti''-i. r. ;r
tion to the lr'NTa:ji' of fli ict-. li . ;
tarts of land upon the im:.r-etv '-''
to bj constructed asfore.:i.i. at.d """f'j
tnereof havinc been made ani ri'uri '
court, the final hcnriim ther on ili '" '':
Noveaaher lerm cf sxiu conrt. rom.n ix t:
9th day of ovember, A. 1) ii. ..
All petsons desirin may tuvu ami t e: 'i''
and make their defense. , j
a'ed at Rnck l!and. ill noi. t!s
Oetooer, A. 1). 1881.
K. A. 1 NALI'St.
PECIAL ASSES8MKST '0TICB.
NoUce is hsreby given to all per n-1"
that the city council of the ciiy of d
having ordered that tne cost of the cuiruL"
a sewer on t hirteenth stiet t het eet f'E"
Pifth avenues wi b a lateral br..r.-h tr, uie
bctwtcaThirJ and Fuurt i -nt - " , ,v
Thirteenth and Fourteenth mw,
pllel to ihe conntv court of hots '" , f -Le
in the stau of Illinois, for a a "TT" """v ,rJ::
costs of said improvemer t arcoroini: u
ai d, an assessment tier, ol ha " " ,.'.1
returned to said con rt. the final H'1,.'
will be had at tne November urm "''' K u.
cnmmeneirg on the 9,b dy of ovr- -
All persons desiring may then sr.d tfcrrt ?
and make the'r defense. . ,h Atr d
Dated at Reek Island. IMteis th:s c '
October, A. D. fcsjl. p TnN.T(
J- a. v-TCH.
VIGOR OF MEN
the train of evils fn.niesrly err ".ri ,0j
the results of overwork. :to'"l" Vn U'
suencth. development, and i'n , n,!0iti
onra?aad portion of tbe body- w e
methods. Immediate Improvement s. ,
impossible. i.l0 referene. .
aod proofs mailed (sealed' free, A 1. 1
SRIB MKOiCAL CO.. BJrrAUw.