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THE AUG US, SATUKDAY. DEOEMBKlt 12 18H1
Highest of all in Leavening Power. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
NORCItOSS TlIE JUAN.
The Gotham Bomb-Thrower at
A SUCCESSFUL SEARCH AT BOSTON.
A CLASH, OF A1HIS
That May Set England and Rus
sia to Fighting.
BLOODSHED ON THE INDIA BORDER
A Hrltish I'ost Cnptni-fri by Trlbramen
Cnder Rnaalnn l'rotrrtion nl Later
Rrrapt m-ril by ltriilnh Troops War
Talk In the I.omlnn Cluba and Marh
Activity in the Inilin Office A la;er
only AnteStHK or the Frontier Qura
tion Claim of the Muacovite That
Cannot Ho Conceded.
LOXPOX, Dec. la. Officials dNpstches
rceivel here last evening from Calcutta
fate that there has been fighting betwet n
the British fori.es and the tribesmen in
the vicinity of GilKet, near the Pmir
frontier and not far from the new bound- '
a-y line recently claimed by Russia. In
a'lort, the British troops are now fare to '
fae with frontier tribesmen in arms wh.i
are claimed to be under Russian protec
tion, and most serious events may result
from this clash of arms At Gilget them
in a British agency garrisoned by some
Ktshmires and Indian Ghoorkhas. and a
bittery of artillery. According to tl.-a
litest advices received from the front, the
tribesmen of Hnnza and Xngar,two town
on the river Indus and almost opposite to
each other, have for some time been
threatening the t halt fort, held by a de
tachment of Krtshmires.
Captured and Reraptnred.
Although the dispatches are not clear,
it seems that the tribesmen captured tha
fort and that later it was recaptured y
the British, who lost, seven Sepoys killed
and twenty six wounded. Colonel Du
rnd, the dispatch adds, and Captain
Aylmer and Lieutenant Budcock were
eriously wounded. Several other officer,
including Lieutenant Gorton and others,
were slightly lnjnred. Captain Aylmer
and Lieutenants Boisrngon and Badcock.
continues the dispatch, displayed extra
ordinary gallantry. Captain Aylmer
most gallantly led a storming party, car
rying a guncotton petard, and in face of
a shower of bullets he dashed up to the
Iron bound gate of the fort, affixed the
petard to it, lit the fuse, retreated a short
distance, and had the satisfaction of
seeing the gate blown to pieces. The fort
was then taken by a gallant dash by Cap
tain Aylmer, Lieutenants Boisragon, and
Badcock, and a handful of sepoys. "
War Talk In tha Clubs.
Reports of a conflict on the frontier
reached this city in time for them to
spread to the clubs and theaters. The re
sult was a feeling of considerable excite
mant, and there were many old Indian
officers who gravely shook their heads
npon hearing the news, saying that it was
the most serious that had come from India
for many a day. The younger officers
naturally were elated, and were loud in
their expressions of hop that the Ion?
expected war with Russia was to come at
last, and that the British lion and the
Russian bear were to engage in the antici
pated straggle for supremacy in the East
and for the possession of India, the richest
prize in the East.
tlon Ot Cimrai. luisiast party soon re
turned 10 Bocai Gumbax and treated
Captain Youn;husband very well. Tue
onicer in command, however, informed
the Brit it b officer that Russia claimed the
whole coantry up to the Khore Hnhxt
pass. Tbii party, under Colonel Ytntff,
then went to join a Rissian aiivauce
party of sixty men and ouicers who were
on the Gr -at Pamir.
A (liance in the Weather.
On the following tiny a number of
"Russixn horsemen rode up to Captain
Vounnhin. baud's cnnip, surrounded his
tent and, to his surprise, he said, their
commanding officer was Colonel YmioiT.
The latter informed Captaiu Youuuus-
Dana tliat orders ud reached iiiin that
inuriiin from the Russian governor-iren-
ieral that Captain Ynuniihusbaud and an
other isr tisii otlicer who was with him
Lieu'en n t Dtvisou, were to be deported
to dune-He territory. Colonel Vanoff,
uowtver, inrormed Captain Younghus.
bund that if he would undertake to pro'
ceea ttntlier without re-enter iug "the
newly annexed territory," lv certain
passes vlnoh he named, the captain
woum ne permitted to go alone, other
wise he w juld lie "e-corteii" by a detach-
rneut of C issaiks. Under pretext Captain
. nuiimi uauu areeil
Why the Kuaaian Were There.
the obj et of the Russian expedition
hovering i n the frontiers of British India
is said to be to give solidarity to certain
j claims wl ich they have vaguely put for
j ward fron time to time in their efforts to
, advance smthward the Mae agreed upon
that line left the whole nt the
i amir reg on now in dispute as au unde
fined Deu ral ground between the terri
tories on :he north, Afghanistan on the
ou;n and Chinese Turkestaii ou the east
T I , . ,
o-rj pnriiou, iu a loose wav was
Mipposeil -o lielong to eastern Turkestan.
l pon this neutral territory the Russian
have continually encrosc'ied, and it is not
apparent how either England or Chin
wu permit tnis encroachment
BLACKMAILERS NEATLY NABBED.
THE TENSION VERY SEVERE.
Aa Anglo-Russian War not the Least
I'oaalbl of Events.
A constant exchange of dispatches is
going on between high government offi
cial here; some of the officials of the
IndU office, who were apparently going to
piss the night in that building, refused to
furnish any other information to inquir
ers than that already given above. One
officer of high rank, who has recently re
turned from India, was more comtunnira
t ve, and frankly said there could now lie
noooubt that affairs on the frontier of
the Pamir district had reached a most
delicate and dangerous stage. The claims
made by Russia, he said, must he greatly
mouiuea oeiore eveu a basis for negotia
tions can oe established between the three
nations concerned Russia, China and
A Cabinet Council Summoned.
The Russian ambassador bad a long in
terview with L-ird Salisbury yesterday.
A cabinet council has been summoned,
the purpose being, it is understood, to dis
cuss the eastern situation as modified by
the battle. The excitement increased
rapidly and the general opinion was at
midnight, about the clubs and such
places, that war with Russia is looming
up on the horizon in India. In any case,
it Is certain that the whole Pamir ques
tion will now ba raised in deadly earnest.
BEGINNING OF THE TROUBLE.
Captain Younghuahaud'a Experience with
The commencement of the trouble was
In what is now known as the Younghus
bmd incident. Late last summer a party
of Russians, numbering eight officers,
sixty horsemen, and forty infantry sol
diers, made an exploring expedition
towards Afghan Chitral and the Chinese
boundaries, which all approach each other
on the Pamir. Captain x inghnsbaod, a
British officer and probably a British
agent, was then on a journey to Chinese
Turkestan, and hearing of the presence of
the Russian detachment in question, he
started out to meet them. At Bqzai Gam
bai the British officer met a Russian ad
vance post and sent word of their presence
to Gilgit, the nearest British fort.
The Captain Well Treated.
The Russian party met by Captain
Younghusband consisted of ten Cossack
infantry soldiers in charge of supplies.
Five Russian officers, a surveyor and an
escort of thirty mounted Cossacks, he
learned, had gone forward in the dime-
The rolioe put I p a Job That
-ew haven. Dec. 12. A sensational
blackmail i.-ase was detected by the police
ot this cry Thursday night. The in
tended victim was James 1). Dewell. a
wholesale grocer and R publican candi
date for rniiTor in the recent citv election.
He is one cf the richest men in the state
: and one of the best known Republicans.
' i- r n i . . .. " .
Kcnrii is ii man ot tamiiy and moves
in tbtfnpper circles of society. The affair
has created a decided sensation. Within
the past two weeks Mr. Dewell has re
ceived a ni mber of letters from Mrs Sid
ney Coe, a colored woman living at 'Jbi
Firat, M ney, and Then a Meeting.
At first she requested Mr. Dewell to aid
ber flnancUlly. as she was iu great dis
tress. He paid no attention to these let
ters, but Tl ursday received another. This
was of a d fferent nature, and earnestly
n quested A!r. Dewell to call at her house
Thursday night, as she would be alone
and could s.-e him privately. The letter
was given to the police, and Detective
Cowles. disguised as .Mr. Dewell, went to
The Rtters Badly Bitten.
Mrs. Coe met him and escorted him to a
chamber. She tni.ed to see through his
disguise, I ive minutes later the husband
rushed into the room and demanded
tl.tiOO, and threatened, if payment was re
fused, to shoot "Mr. DewelL" The detec
tive gave a signal, two officers rushed in
and the blackmailers were arrested. The
conple have succeeded in getting several
thousand d Mian out of prominent citi
eens by this scheme. Coe and his wife
Xiie uynnmltird a liroker or the Hub
Who Hm Keen aliasing Since the llaj
Before the Kxplosion I'iecea of the
Clothing Recognised by the Tailor Who
Made the .rmenta A Schoolm ite
lieiuctantlv Ieclrea He Knows the
tihaatly Head His Motive Mill a Mys
Boston-, Drc. li Henry L. Norcross.
! oonirrviiie, woo conducted a not-i
brokcrfg business in this city, has heeu
missing since the middle of last week.
.r.i.viiiuK m t ue umue detectives Irom
New York were in town yesterday trying
to identify the missing man as the mys
terious personage who threw the bomb in
linssell bage's office in N w York Frid iv
week with such deadiy effect. The of
ficers Lave in their possession a trousers
button and portion of the cloth of the
trousers woru by t lie bomb thrower, as
well as a piece of his coat and portions cf
nis nncierclot hii)!.
Looks L ke LlRht on the Mystery.
Tl.... . i n.. ... .
u nriii ies. i ue i.iooe says, were
takeu to the Xor.-ross residence iu Souier-
ville yesterday afierooou. where the nn
derclothing w.is positively identified by
-sin-cross as Belonging to tier
son. The trousers of the dead dyna-
mur were stamped "Brooks, tailor, Bos
ion." .Mr. Brooks was visited by the of
beers, and shown the fragments of cloth.
Alter a careful examination he stated
positively that he had made for Henry 1.
-Norcross a coat of the cloth "presented.
" a pair in irousersot the same
cloth as tiie other piece furnished by the
tieteciives. the button he also idem i lied
a one peculiar to his establishment
DOUBT SET AT
A FATAL CHRISTMAS MISSION,
Two Women and a B.ibe Killed on the
Mail Near Chicago.
Chicago, Dec. 18 Two women and an
infant were instantly killed yesterday aft
ernoon at llomewood, a suburb of this
city, by a Cleveland, Columbus. Cincin
nati and SL Louis express. They were:
Mrs. Mary Witt, aged 8J; Mrs! Anua
Gottscbalk, ged 3i. and the infant child
ot .Mrs. U;tMchalk. aged 14 months. The
incident occurred on the Illinois Central
a short time before 5 o'clock. The women
had been to Matteson to buy Christmas
presents, anl were on their way home,
loaded down with toys and candies.
Mep ed Itlyht In the Way.
Tbey stepped out of the way of a freight
train and diu not notice the fast Cincin
nati express thundering along from the
opposite direction. The two women were
caught by the engine, hurled high iuto
the air, and instantly killed. The child
lay in its mother's arms gaspiug for
breath. The-e was s.n awful ganh in its
forehead, and it died inilew moments.
The bodies of the two women were horri
The Contents or a Raaket.
A basket Ijelongiug to Mrs. Witt was
picked up beside the railway tracks. It
contained jumping jacks and alphabet
blocks aud a lot of wooden animals to nut
in the chllr ren's stockings Christmas ! from some one of
morning. A rs. Gortschalk had bought
some mittens and handkerchiefs and a
box of candy far her little boys and girl.
A Wiiniierful trt of Wooing.
COLl-Mr.es. O., Dec. 12 George Har
rington, of Koss county, was convicted
here Thursday of the crime of imperson
ating a Unite 1 States officer, and sent to
prison for eighteen months. His crime
was committed as a part of his wooing.
He fell iu lote with Miss Ma Somers, liv
iug near Chill icolbe. whom be had never
formally met. He arrested her for
alleged counterfeiting, representing him
self to be a ft deral officer, and as he wa
driving bertj town in bis buggy pro
posed to ber.
A New Kind.
"What kin 1 of a dog have yonr asked
- "A New Yorker," answered Fred,
"but his mother was a Newfoundland."
Harper's Young People.
t niiuektiiinnbly the
Tnrew the ttomn.
T. . - ;
runner in vest igat ion leaves scarcely
any room for doubt that the bomb
thrower and Henry I Korcross are one
and the same person. The identification of
the clothing has lieen made complete by
the discovery that the number npon the
portion of the trousers worn by the dyna
miter corresponds exactly with the num
ber against, the name of Xorcross on t he
books of V. T. Brooks, the tailor. Nor
cro-s' father Iielieves that the dead man
is his son, but he can assign no motive or
reasob for the commission of such a deed
on bis son s part
Ilia Mother's Testimony.
in. .sorrross. in telling what her son
wore, accuiately described under and
outer clothing such as would be made of
the material scraps of which are in th
hands of the New York police. Mr. Nor-
cross, who was seen at the office sub
qnently. showed a photograph of his son
taken a year ago, when he had no lieard
1 here was little resemblance in the sren
eral appearance of the two faces, but in
the details, in the shape of the ears ami
the nose, and the height of the forehead
the resembl.-tee was marked. Mr. Nor-
cross Identified the pieces of clothing a
uciuiikiuk lit uis son.
The Same Kind of Watch Chain.
Another visit was paid to the Somer-
ville residence, where Mrs. X
wnen questioned about the watch arikl
cnam ner son. wore, said it was not made
or links, but was a sort of twisted chain
This describes the piece of chain found in
Knssell Sage's office. The iewelers called
it "rope" chain. Mrs. Norcross said her
on carried a dark leather pocketbook
not a very big one. Mr. Norcross said
that it closed with a flap. This fairly de-
scnoes ine pocEeioook found in the wreck
with a 110 bill in it.
IDENTIFIED BY A FRIEND.
An Old Schoolmate aya the Head is that
New Yor.K, Dec. li A dispatch was
received in this city last night from Boa-
ton statiug that Henry L. Norcross, of
Somerville, had been identified as the
bomb thrower of yesterday week at Sage's
office. As oon as be heard of it Herbert
M. Howes, of Somerville, called at the
morgue and carefully examiued tha
rapidly decomposing head of the bomb
tnrower. .Mr. Howes, who was a school.
mate of Norcrofs, before going to the
morgue declared that Norcross' hand
could never have thrown the dynamite
woicu snatierea Mr. rwge's office. It was
therefore witn reluctance that he under-
toon to compare deliberately the features
ot ine boniD thrower with the likeness of
bis friend which he carried in his mind.
Cnnvinctd That li Was His Erien I.
A r. . .
.niier an nour 8 Datlent exam mat nn
-ir. iiowes was convinced that the re
mains were those of Henry L Norcross.
ivir. iiowes was utterly uuable to give
any reasou wny Norcross should h.v
been guilty o such a mad act. "Nor
cross." he said, "was not a morose man.
Nor was be a person who appeared to be
ambitious to acquire great wealth, and I
am amazed to think that his name should
oe (Tunuecieu witn such an appalling
ucc.1. ui ins sanity mere was never any
question. To my mind, however, there
is little or no question that it was Henry
Norcrobs' head thai I saw to-nigtu
Sage Neer Knew Him.
Mr. Sage, wbeu seeu last night, said: "I
never bad dealings with a mnn of that
name, and so far aa 1 tan recall I never
even heard of liini. It must be that he
was crazed by business losses or failure to
accumulate weaitb, or something of that
kind, aud, becomiug desperate, Le came
here for the purpose of extorting
eof .he men whoare renuteil
vu nave greai wean u. n turn out just
as 1 have expecied. Ever siuce the ex
plosiou 1 have maintained that it was
caused by but one man, and that this man
was au unfortunate creature who had
been crated bv the loss of ?old."
. B. McKown ieill with tbe grip.
A great relish tomato sauce at Trues-
Mrs. Lieut. 8chwatka left last niijht
Child s celebrated ginger snaps at
For a fine line of holiday slippers call
at Dally Bros.
T . .
uananas enn oranges ia cents per
dozen at Truesdale's
George O. White went to Kinsss City
lst nifcht on business.
Buy an oetcoat at Sirron & Mcsen-
felder's and save mor ey.
Arguments ate useless; goods and
prices talk, at the London.
Buy jour undtrwtar at Simon & Mosens
felder's and save money.
a. . i v in is Hoie to ce out altera
three dsys tussle with the grip.
Overcoats at lemsiknbly low pri;es at
Simon & Most tifildci's.
Wanted A competent girl in small
family, at 720 Nineteenth street.
With every sled sold next week you
H't a snow shovel at Taylors..
l : . i.
every "unsold next we k you
get a pound of shot at Thlor's.
The place Jio bi.j 51 ur ovueoat is at
Simon & Mosenfeider's. Try tbtni.
T?Aa. .4 .11-- Tl n
auutmis. it . c Aiarshhii are
vry Fickwjih the prevailing pneumonia
Whin itjermes to fine doll buds snd
choke todics.iTsylor is the only one in
Dr. G. LJEyster is cotfW d to the
houeUha pivtre attack cf the irflu-
The mother of Dr John Rciur died at
her home in Osborn last tight, aged 81
The latf st style sbsdes in tth plain and
fancy patterns at Adbms Wall Paper com
Tjlor imported his doll heads and kid
bodies, snd can sell ht m at what other
The largest bargains in the cily is those
$2.40 stand albums that Kingsbury is
selling at ft.
Toys. toys. toys, lots of toys. Cheap.
cheap, at Th Fair, The Fair, The Fair.
17 d Second avenue.
Take a peep at Taylor's show win
dow. It don't ccet a cent. You may
see something you want.
A job of 56 leather cabinet albums for
lets than one-balf price at Kingsbury's.
Come and get your fir6t pick.
J. C. Swiltr and biide.of Vallev Falls.
Kan., arrived this morning and are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Thomas.
We make a specialty of holiday novel
ties, and are ptepared to show you the
very latest in our lice Loyd & Stewart.
Mrs. T H. Ellis bas been seriously ill
with pneumonia and bronchitis since last
Monday. Sbe is improving, but is not
yet out of danger.
We cant tell all we have that would
make suitable holiday present, but call
ana see us.and we will guarantee to please
you Lloyd & Stewart.
Lost A square pocketbook, silver top.
III AAJv.llT.. HIT
WUUUyatlS IUSlC HOUSe
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
This firm have the exclusive sale for this county 0f the
IPietrjos eirjcl Oro-arjs.
WEBER, 8TU YVES ANT, DECKEH BROS., WDEELOPir
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS
And the ESTEY, "WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
UTAfallllnsaljoof email Mntlcal merchandiee. We have in otir itm.Vva f -t
J-tow plain forty mifjd are the scenes cf
a try criiidfjood,
Rsmy recollection recalls taiiovspw
Tlje sop-keifle hurjg o fte poles cf
i lecmoKe and njeomeil ffjaf my
K Burftose aayi oFooap Arid
V. -Apt nnn.Ahl s.ra...L
Y 'Qe use of hie stuff 'gauto
. U mm-V THT
. N.K.Fairbank&Co., Chicago.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
shop corner Twenty-second ttreet and Ninth avenue,
t, Thirteenth avenue.
Ri fidence 39BS
containing $s 43 between Harper - ' Trep"a "k e'tlm'tn d0 n Mnd' Oarowter work. G'v. h-m t:
and ferry .landinsr Finder will iw. ...it.. I
Keriuua Illiieaa fien. LnK.n'a Son.
Younustows, O., Deo. li John A.
Lcicen is critically ill. Recently he whs
attacked wit h la Krippe. followed bv th
formation of an ab.-cess near the buse of
ine brain ou the right, side. Mrs. tieusral
Uga and Ur. Kitcuie. a specialist, have
oeeu cauea irom asningtou. ilis condi
tion is regarded as serious.
Lottery Ahead lu Luuislana,
Xew OltLKASS, Dec. 13. Every parish
Save West Batou Koue has elected dele
gates to tbe Democratic state convention.
A careful review of the aituation shows
that the faction favorable to the lottery
will be in control On the governorship
ques.ion tha debates "stand: . McKnary,
lottery. 871; Adams, anti lottery, XT.
bly rewardid at Thb Aigcs office
Herman Nues. a boy. was so badlv
burmd while alone in the house of its
parents in Davenport yesterday morning
that he afterward died of the injuries.
The famous Gillis ard Klicka mould
ings, having iust anivec are to be seen
at Adams Wall Paper company, acknowl
edged to be tbe finest mouldings on the
The pn sident's mew age didn't sav anv-
thing about the eleeant disDlav in 11 ill.
Dros'. show windows, where an appro
priate holiday present for either lady or
gentleman can be found.
A fine assortment of etchioes bv Carev
Millpaugh and other well-known ar ists.
Also m.w lots of those beautiful colored
photographs and engravings at Adams
Wall Paper company.
For a fite lady's writing disk, book
caee, side board, hat rack, center or ex
tension table eo to Q.-O. Hnrk fll April
who will be pleased to show, even if ou
do not want to buv.
The finest line of rag carpets, draperies.
etc ,to be foutd in tbe city Is on display
at U. o. Huck8tedt's new store room.
where ynu can also find a great variety of
suitable holiday presents.
Mies fannie Knox, night operator in
the Central telephone offlae. is confined
to btr home with a severe cold, and Miss
Bertie 0trom is at tbe switch board dur
ing her absence.
We learn that Miss Bladel has entirely
recovered fr.m her paralysis by Dr.
Palmer's treatments and returns Monday
to her position in the office of the Rock
Island Lumber comamv.
It Poondi oi Blocd
f. .limit lw. . . . .
4'uuiy nature allows to an
adult ptrson. It is of the utmost im
portance that tbe blood should be kept as
pure as possible. By its remarkahl
cures of scrofula, salt rheum, etc.. Hood's
Sarsaparilla has provea its claim to be the
uest Diooa punner.
For a eeneral familv
fidently recommend Hood's Pill. ti,.
hmiM K I . ... -J
every nome meaicine chest.
The soft glow of the tea mc u
uired by ladies who uae "Pnrmni: n
plexion Powder .
THE POSITIVE CURE.
KLY BROTHERS. rV Warran SU New Tnrk. Price M rt I
Big values in bova'
clothing at the London.
and children's j
O. L. Bruner returned this morning
from Chicago, where be went with three
carloads of cattle and seven of hog-,
which he disposed of for himself ai d
Rev. J. A.'.Reynolds, D. D., of Put
nam, N. Y , arrived last evening for a
visit to his former parishioners in the
city- ue win occupy his old pulpit at
the U. P. church tomorrow.
The Adams Wall Paper company offer
to the public an excellent opportunity to
fe'ect holiday goods by sell ng pictures,
etchings and engravings at 25 per cent
discount. Sale to begin Monday, Dec.
14, and will last only one week.
Will R. Johnson, the jeweler, received
this morning an immense burglar and fire
piv of safe similar to that of the Black
Hawk Building association. Its weight
is 6.600 pounds.
The enterprising furniture firm of Cle
mann & Salzmann are Hill branching out,
the constant increase in business demand
ing more storeroom. A carpet room with
dimensions of 40 by 50 feet is to be added
now, and the firm will then have the
largest business house is tbe three cities.
n. n. Acterian, Ph. D., is ia tbe city
organizing a class for work in philosophy.
He proposes to give a course of seven
lectures on Grecian philosophy from
Tbales to Christ, and to follow it by a
course of three oa metaphysics in gen
eral. Tbe lectures will be given after
the holidays and will doubtless be a rare
treat to all who attend.
The funeral of the late Joseph Gotobed,
of Milan, will be held Monday morning.
The remains will leave tbe house at Mi
lan at 8 o'clock, and services will be held
in the McConnell chapel near Taylor
Ridgs at 11 o'clock, tbe interment taking J
place in the grave yard adjoining. Mr.
Gotobed was a native of England instead
of Germany, and leaves one daughter and
f aO 7
rs of Dr-
from ordinary methods
rpen ailoutr J bv the i:i;ik
pu.v. fiAr' !.i:.-:i! I :eorerr.
They know what ii i.-m llJ
they ffuanmUe it. Y'"r jaontj
In nromntlv returned", it" :t l.t'-S w
J 1 -J M -
benefit or cure in ail di-ta
from torpid liver or impure
No better terms c-mlJ U- x-ked ior.
Vntliinir r-lrt tli.it f!:lim- tO t'9
blood-iuiritier is pol l
because nothing tl? 's
G. M. D."
So positively certain
curative effects as t "
makers in selling it, as i;
incr, through druggists, or
It s especially pou-ni
it in i:
. . . .1. nfl
1LVCS, uoure, or im ' -rVli
i t., Tumors
rapidly neai unaer i p,r.,i.
fluence. AVorlds l'Jt,
Jcal Association, CiJ3 Ji-a
liuffalo. N. Y. - -
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR
fir ill '
Plans and superintendence w
BollUinita. . kliliil