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TOMBSTONE DAILY PROSPECTOR, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3,1889.
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CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
The proposition of Springer to ad
mit Idaho nnd Arizona iuto the union
is the latest development. He should
talcc a run out this way before being
bo 11 v.
The ignoring of Dr. Dunn by the
Board of Supervisor yesterday, was a
surprise to everyone. He has man
aged the hospital in a most able man
ner, and he will leave his present
post of duty with the confidence and
respect of the large majority of the
inhabitants of Cochise count r.
The inhabitants of Southern Cali
fornia are endeavoring to prove that
the denser the population the more
rain falls. This line of reasoning
might be followed up and the catire
for tho change in the political character
of the southern counties, also, with
more truth, be laid to the increase of
The selection of Mr. Fred Castle to
perform the duties of clerk of the
board of supervisors was an excellent
move on the part of our county solous.
He is an honest, capable, accommoda
ting gentleman, who will treat all
callers at the supervisors office with
courtesy and that degree of deference
which is due them from a public ser
vant. The law- provides for the publica
tion of a report in detail from the
Board of Supervisors at their last
meeting in December of each year,
giving the amount of money expend
ed during the year for various pur
poses. As tho outgoing Board failed
to give the public the desired informa
tion, they arc a little bit anxious to
know the mason and also to know
what has been done with the money
which has been paid into the county
xchequcr during the year in the
shape of taxes.
The removal of the capital from
i Prescolt is not by any means settled.
It is well known that legislators are
human, and that they are influenced
I to a rrreai extent bVthe local senti-
I ment of their constituents. It is rc
I) ported on good authority that in case
of the Cochise delegation voting for
the removal of the capital from Prca
cott, that the combination will be
formed to divide Cochise county. It
will certainly cause a great amount of
wrangling, and our legislative delega
tion is placed in a peculiar posi
tion. Tim I'aosrECTon is in favor of
Arizona all the time, but, Cochise
county and her interests are of para
According to reports from Califor
nia, Arizona beef ought to be in great
demand in that State, as it is free from
disease in consequence of the exten
sive ranges over which cattle roam.
A. S. Mercer, of the United States
bureau of animal industry, appeared
before the San Francisco board of
health, Monday last, and presented
gome startling facts. He found that
in Monterey count-, Cal., anthrax was
making great ravages among cattle.
At Green's ranch 800 head had died
in thirty days and1 cattle were dying
daily in that section. The marks of
the disease are an enlarged spleen and
liver and dark tarry blood. At Gon
zales 100 out of 200 cattle had died
within two month. The Spanish peo
ple in the vicinity cut up the earca&gcs,
dried nnd smoked the meat And ecu I
it to San Francisco.
The meat, Mcncer asserts, is poison
out, as the germs of the disease live
' in it, and he discovered that fourteen
children who had eaten it went at
tacked by malignant fever and died.
The disease is spreading, and cattle
affected with it were found in the
neighborhood of Can Jse. Hoof and
A Startling Report from
Springer Introduces a Res
olution for the Admission
The Ladies Protest Against
the Admission oi Utah
as a State.
The Gunboat Swatara Ordered to Pro
ceed to China.
SEFCIAL DISPATCHES TO r-RCSPrCTOB
G'oori Cor Maricopa.
Wasihxrtox, Jan. 2. The President
has feigned the act granting to the
Cotrous Water Company the right of
way across the I'apago Indian reserva
tion in Maricopa county, A. T.
To Etcvlsse tie Constitution.
Concord, N. II., Jan. 2. The con
vention of delegates called to revise
tho State Constitution, assembled this
morning and after organizing took a
Washington-, Jan. 2. Tho United
States steamer Richmond, will proba
bly sail to-day from Xorfolk to Monte
video where she will relieve the Swat-
ara as flag ship of the south squadron.
The Swatara will proceed to China.
AdmJrstl B.uce ZCcport.
Washington, Jan. 2. The State
Department to-day mado public the
report of Admiral Luce in regard to
the surrender to the United State3 of
the steamer Haytien Republic by the
government of Hayti. The Admiral's
report confirms flic dispatches already
received by the Associated Fress from
its correspondent on board the United
Tbc Hay Jin is IMiUc-.tlty.
New Yohk, Jan. 2. In regard to
the published reports of ill feeling
against Americans in Hayti on ac
count of the Haytian-Kepublic mat
ter, Minister Preston states this after
noon, that tho reports are unfounded.
He Bars however he is not certain that
the little Republic trill pay the ?200,
000 claim of the United States for
damage, and that thero may be a
counter-claim put in.
Washington, Jan. 2. There were
not more than seventy-five members
in attendance. After tho reading of
the journal the Speaker provided for
the call of committees for reports.
None were submitted. Bill passed
granting annual leave of absence of
ten days to tho employees of the
burpau of engraving and printing, in
place of fifteen days.
Springer, of Illinois, introduced a
joint resolution for the admission of
Arizona and Idaho. It was referred.
Americana in IlaBsrer.
New Yoek, Jan. 2. A special to the
Mail and Express from Port-au-Prince
dated December 31st, says: Haytian
newspapers contain furious threats
against Thompson, Minister of the
United States to Hayti, and that many
Americans have been, arrested, both
men and women. Tho American con
sulate is filled with refugees, and that
Hypolitcs' army is marching on this
city, I interviewed Legitime to-day.
He said ho wcul.l show no clemency
to foreigners who intrrfcred with Hay
tian politics. Legitime stated to me
he would shoot 500 if necsssary. The
excitement here is intense. Amer"
cans at Port-au-Prince arc in danger
of their lives.
'J'he I.udleM Kick.
Washington, Jan. 2. There was
moro than a quorum present.
Among the petitions and memorials
presented and referred was the follow
ing by Edmunds : From the branch of
tho Women's Relief Board of Salt
Lake City remonstrating against any
action of Congress looking to the ad-inii-sion
of Utah as a State. Ed
munds said ho was happy to think
there was not much danger of any
such action at tliw session.
There was another by Hoar to pro
hibit disfranchisement on account of
sex, and one by Sherman from the
Boston Board of Trade for suspension
of purchases' of bullion and coinage
of silver dollars.
Washington, Jan. 2. Senator Hoar
today introduced a resolution which
was adopted asking the President to
transmit to Congress any correspond
ence with Great Britain, concerning
tho seal fisheries in or near Bchring
Straits, especially as to tho seizure of
any vessel of tho United States or
any other country. Hoar says there
has been complaint of unjust discrim
ination against American vessels and
that while they are not permitted to
take seals out at sea, no interference
was made with vessels of other coun
tries, particularly those of Great
IXish I.I re Sen mini.
Lonuon, Jan. 2. A dispatch from
Madras says Lady Conncmara, wife of
the Governor of Madras Presidency,
has left tho government house, refus
ing to remain under the same roof
with her husband. She look her leave
suddenly, during an official ball, and
went to a hotel. She is coming to
England. Captain Qtiinn, aide-de-
camp, to the Governor, and Lady Eva
Qtiinn, left the house at tho gatno
time, the Captain resigning his office.
Madras society, which is much cicited
over the scandal, is in sympathy with
I'orjjcU Silver Coin.
News conies from Soudan that there
is a large amount of forged silver coin
in circulation, estimated at about
$5,000, out of a total currency of $100,
000,000. These coins, which impar
tially range from three pence to two
shillings and sixpence, cannot he call
ed spurious, for they are made of good
metal, but bar silver has fallen during
the past two years about four pence
per ounce, and hence there is a large
profit on these transactions, ranging,
it is calculated, from fifty to seventy
five per cent. Many of these coins are
clever imitations of tho old coins in
circulation, and they have been re
turned by the bank of England only
on the ground that they have notbeen
issued by the mint. Operations are
believed to be chiefly carried on
abroad, and as detection is almost im
possible by tho general public, there is
but little check upon a further increase
in the supply.
Knitted by Bend Cattle.
A somewhat remarkable thing took
place in the river just below Evans
ville, Ind., last week. A few days
since the steamer Robert B. Carson
collapsed and sank in forty feet of
water, together with thirty head of
cattle confined on the lower deck.
For two or three days an effort was
made to raise the boat, but the project
was abandoned. On Saturday morn
ing, however, to tho surprise of the
harbor boats, the pilot house and
hurricane deck of the Careon sud
denly appeared above tho water, the
steamer was floating along, upheld by
some mysterious agency. This was
subsequently traced to the cattle
themselves, whose bodies had become
inflated by gases generated in the
carcasses and actually had lifted tho
steamer to the surface, Chicago
1'be Capital IIcijiotciI.
The probability of the capital being
rjmocd to Pheniz this wintaris grow
ing daily more doubtful. Tho Courier
of Prscott, has the following to say
regarding this all important question
to tho northern counties:
Concerning the capital, the Courier
has, time and again, proved it is locat
ed in the right place; that effort to
remeno it have been detrimental to
the best interests of Arizona; that
another effort r.t tho coming session
of the Legislature would stop tho
legitimate bueinee of the session and
eatibc a renewal of sectional discord.
Those who want it removed, worst,
live in Tucson; they expect Cochise
and Pinal counties to aid in removing
it, but c very much doubt if tliee
counties have so eoon forgotten how
this county of Ynviinal always stood
firm by them helped the first to cut
loose from Pima and Mood, as a fetonc
wall, against county delegations
which, in the past, did their level
best to cut and hack Final and
despoil her of her property. The
Courier does not believo these two
counties will "knife" their ancient
friend and ally to please people who
"want tho earth," and who hate Yav
apai county because tho has protected
weaker counties, and aided in the cre
ation of tho groat county of Cochise.
The Plienix Arizonan says: It rtf-
pears from every returning visitor that
the new strike in the Harqua Hala
mountains is even richer than was at
first reported. We would not adise
our business men to interest them
selves in a shorter road, as men of
capital and enterprise propose going
to Sentinel, and thus secure the traffic
for that station on the Southern Paci
Is one of the most fatal scourges which
afflict mankind. It is often inherited,
but may bo the result of improper vacci
nation, mercurial poison, unclcanliness,
and various other causes. Chronic Sores,
Ulcers, Abscesses, Cancerous Humors,
and, in some cases, Emaciation and Con
sumption, result from a scrofulous condi
tion of the blood. This disease can be
cured by the use of Ayer's Sarsanarilla.
I inhcritedaEcrofuIous conditioner tho
blood, which caused a derangement of my
whole system. After taking less than
four bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla I am
and, for tho past year, have not found it
neces'sary to use anyrcedicino whatever.
I am now in better health, and stronger,
than ever before. O. A. Willard, 218
Trcrnoct 3t., Boston, Mass.
I was troub!eJ with Scrofulous Sores
for five years; but, after using a few
lottIc of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. the sores
healed, anil I have now good health.
Elizabeth Warnotk, 51 Appletou street,
Some months ago I was troubled with
Scrofulous Sores on ray leg. The limb
v. as badly swollen and inflamed, and the
sores d ischarged largo qucntiiies of offensive-
matter. Every remedy failed until
I usctl Avcr'3 Sarsaparilla. By talcing
three bottles of this medicine tho sores
have been healed, and my health is re
stored. I am qrateful for the good it ha
done me. lir. Ana O'Briau, US Sulli
van St., New York. ft
Prepared b-r Dr. J. C. Aver & Co., Lowe II, Mm
SsU liy all Dra'sita. Price SI ; six bottle. S.
The'rsn'Wnn frria loi. Ilnrer'm rod pain
ful s'ekte-s to ror-nst his 1 li raTfc an tpocb in
the ltfs of i be indlr'du-l. Sccb a r. r..ark.ible
eTesi If tieafuicd iulte memory, and tlirnsfney
whereby the co h rh ba burn iatrml I
gratetnll b'evrcd. Umro It Is tht po mucl Is
caardln tnlreul Eltctrlc Ultt Sj mMiy fcel
they ewe ih-irtet ratio- to h"th, totbsnot
tbe 0-at fllKratlretnrlTjnlc. If joanrj troah
Iri w.tb. any dl'cuc ofKldaej. Liver or tcmich
of linu nr h rt etardlnir, joi will a"elyfltd te
ller by ue of Klrctrfc Bittern. Sold at J. YmUi'
eras store. ! 00 et bottle
PnbUe notice I hereby pirtt thst wher-as de
fault lis bos msde hr Ilichird U. McL'tlTeiy, to
tbe ;jmt:ulf a crti!a tn.mlrory note, tnado
andd.l!vertilhy h moi lli tweitylbl-d diy ot
December IWTto Jo'eh Ilocller, o' Toa!!;!-!' c
In tncirar-rrstHcIvitim a'd promt. wtyt- .
and In th. r imbarjcmenr of moe trot 'l t'
be paid, by a ricxl rf trot raad-i and dell e I .
eld twenty ttii ldaf lc mbrr lfc7ty 3lJ
i.itb ud. .Vciitfcry to Henry Z on r t. a.t. c.
and nc-jitlM in -he rfiiceof the Cnay 1: c r.'tr
c tbeOoiityof Uori -, la II -ck (I) of Tut
Leed.. Preset to 85 et- Sv?:
in wU-nas houm dncuionfa!drri-ra,rj'
cote and for mon ys puld, tccrdin!rto lb? prr
Tlaions lu said Deed of Trsr, nlih the tec ned
lntea-t amon tftlntb' inurl Three Huridred
crd Etjh'r i lne CK9K) d-iltni" ant thtryBve
cents, nhlcn trooiat bts grown duo accordlm; to
thaprovMsDai-d firms of a!dprctnlsrry ot.
And whereas said Kkhard C. itcCcCc y lus
fclldd tw !hciorr4t!damouur', after demsnd
duly mtdc cpon hTm Ijt payment Ih-reaf.
Aid wfcer. a. app.lettoi. uabetn latdcto the
tmrtwtrtie.l inie to tell iheprcpertyfescrib d
In ssldO-edof Itu' .tno-d.no pij and s.tly
Ibesmoantdae as afoirsMd.
Kow hj.-c'ore, by rtrtne of the Trust created by
andxpr;tsed lu t!d I) ed of Tr-e , ard the
power an ! a hority the e'ly coaferrr n the u .
dVrslzntd aidlrfifdrtoeceoinplirb tho obj ct
of ihj Trust (tinted In said IKi c pat lie n 'lice is
b-r by zlTcn, !h-t the, u der tried will cell at
pnSilc.si.eoQ PfHay tats 2I.li dty ofjaunary
Itai. atuteocl ck of tbcalo nomi of i!d djy
at the fVoat door or the Co-inty C'onr- Hon-c,
ihacit ofT tnbstotit,Cojnty ot fjhle to the
b'sh.t ad boft biiMer fj- cab In Iiw.nl rnon-y
oftbeUrrt 1 Jta'es. Tbe follow'rg crtrea
proper.y or to much thereof as w libortqilrrd to
i.y the m'rtiry rtnornJsrtbij pnnlslj- s "f tail
D.edof 1rn, with ace. u dlnere-t to diteand
In add tlon thereto ta rva-oaaM rpenes ottae
Trns'sln said (feet, and of eld sale tmoontin:
tat rty O.I!s-. ra wis. Tlijeorrt"Btnieftste
laandtoIheLilIowlrtjlde M'nlng 'lUra, sit
ovt n thj T.rnixtuco M'nine; l-t lei said
C'onnty nd Teriitory, belnz in nndll?! oae
e shth Interest of, la and to the Rainbow mine,
lo.sicl JnusryUt.l8-7ty the snld McCafTrrry
and dls 'ooo aadlvldel unc-lzbth nte stof, m
andtrtht Jl't. mioel cled Jsnu y tl H , by
the said McCaffe-y. Andaloall of the A en j
mine, loett 1 Jsuairr 1st. I7 by said JtcC tfery,
I' of sal I location not!es hcin; recorded la llir
ofScaoftas Keorderof saldCocbise Cany
Upon the diyof sale, upon the parcha'e price
being paid frr tho aforesaid pmnertj. thercd'r
slsnrd wl 1 ta ke. exr ent, tcnw'etr;e an' d -Itrer
to th-3 pcrcbascr or pnrchasi n'htrjcf a dee i
orddslna'cordaccwuh the power Teste! lb
him by thi aforesaid Deed ol Trust,
THE PEOPLE'S STORE,
Corner Fourth and Fremont Sts.,
THE OLD SUMMERFIELD STORE.
The Finest and Newest Slot k of
Gents' and Boys' Furnishing Goods in the Territory,
At Irice tbieb Irly Any ami All CoutpetatAuu.
- p S"-
Also a TuU Line of
MEN'S and BOYS' BOOTS and SHOES.
THE NICEST STOCK OF DRY AND FANCY GOODS.
LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES A SPECIALTY
ALL ARTICLES FOR LADIES FANCY WORK SUCH AS
Chenilles, Arrascencs, Ribbosines, Knitting and Embroidery Silks, Etc
Also Blntikcts, Quilts, Bedspreads, Walking Jackets, Jerseys,
Dead and liraid Trimmings, ArtiHci; 1 Flowers,
Roses, Wreaths, Etcetera, Etcetera.
SALO SCHEIE & CO., Proprietors.
Notice ol Prc-cmpticn Proof.
Declaratory Suttement No. 1702.
U. S. Land Office at! ucsox. Oct, 26, i8S3
Notice is hereby giien thit the foliouing
camed settler hi! Illed notice of his intention to
make final proof ia support of his iLim. and
that said pro-if utll be madr lx-fcre the Clerk of
the U. S. District Conn, at Tombstone, Ari.
rem. en the 8ih d.iy of Dccembrr, t838, viz:
LOUIS DUVAI L. of Coehie county, -rirona.
for the S of N W y. and N X of 6V Sec,
S. 'I sa i-, R 6 K.
He names the following witnesses to proe
bis continuous residence upon, and cultivation
o', said 1-tnd, viz:
Frank Samoniel. of Cochise county. Arizona;
Henry Shultz, of Cochise county. Arizona; Hen
ry Zear.er. of Tombitone. Arizona; Joseph
Hoefler, of Tombstone, Arizona.
A. D. DUFF.
to 30 Register.
or. 5th and Fremont Sts.
JOE HOEFLER. PROPRIETOR.
MINERS AND RANCHERS
Supplies a Specialty.
AGENT FOk IMPROVED
And the Celebrated
TENTS. .TAGOK COVERS.
Fresh Garden Fkmerj, and Field Seed
Constantly en Hand,
Allen Stxeet, Fourth and Filth
TOMBSTONE. ----- ARIZONA
HAFFXElt & SHAUGILESSB,
Always in Hock.
ST. LOUIS BEER on 'DRAUGHT
This i the att Billiard Parlor south of Ixs
t -.- ..rrt n e-r-r . ( i
il. LUUio BfccK SlftLL,
Pi slice. Arizona.
PIERCE & O'HARA, Props
jlcuc'qnartcrs for Aisheuscr
Ice Cold nnd Fre3h Every Day. Tio
Wines, Liquors, Cigars.
Xotir.c of Pre-emption Proaf.
Declarators Statement No 1704.
U. S. Ind Offick. Tucsos. No. 9 iS33.
Noticj is Iierel.y tivrn tlat the followinjr
named settler has filed nosice of his intention to
n kc final proof in support of his claim, and
ihat said proof will Le tnide before the Clerk 1 1
the Uniteil Stales Datrict Court at Tombstone.
Arizona, on the 22aJ day of December, i38;
Henry PererShLru of CoU-J- county. Ari
zona for the VU of SZl SKK cf NW
NEfefSU'aadNW;ofSt Stu 3. T
aaS; R. 2T, E.
He names the folio inr; witnesses to prove
bis continuous residence upou. and cultivation
of said land, viz:
Alfred B. Schultz. of Cochise County, Ariz.:
Wm. B. Taylor, r,' Cochise County, Arizona;
Henry Zenr.er, of IVm'Htone, Arizona; Hugh
E. Conlon, of Tombstone, Arizona.
A. D. Duff,
Seeley'a trusses at Tonge' Drnrj
Cresylic Ointment for screw -wonns,
etc, at Yonge'a Drug Storv 12 ltf
Published at Nogales, Arizona.
J. J. CHATHAM. EDITOR AND PROP.
Publishes the most reliable snd latest Sonora
The best weekly paper published in Arizona
Is the best advertising medium for these wish
ing to knns their business before the
ONLY J4 PER YEAR. SEND FOR A
Notice of FrecniptiuH Proof.
Declaratory Statement No. 1700.
U. 5. Land Officf, 1 icsoi, Oct. 3r. tS38.
Notice is hereby civen that; the following,
named settrr ha filed nou'ee of Ms intention to
in .ke final proof rj support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Clerk
of the U. S District Court at Tembstoue. Ari
zona, on the i2 day of December, ibtS viz.: J.
HENRY J'LUNEK, of Sulphur Spring VaWey.
Arizona, for the N i of the SE 1 4 and S K of
NK 1 4 of cc. 32. T21S, R 20 E.
He .sanies the lo'louiufr niinrsscs to prove,
his continuous;residcncc upon, and cultivation
of said land. iz :
Ilcnry P. Shultz, of Tombstone, Cochise
count), Arizona; Frank Samoniel. of Tomb
stone, Cochise county, Arizona; Louis Duval!
of Tombstone. Cochise couuty, Arizona; Reid
S. Himrod, ot Tombstone, Cochise county,
Arizona. A. D. DUFF.
1'!ic Vcnllct llnaniiuons,
W. P. Salt.DnissKBIppns. Ind.. trstiBes. "I
can rrcorumtnd r.iectrtc lilttcrs tho Ttry best
rtiuejj. Kvery bot.le sola has elven relief In
STrry instaneis. One nisn took stx bottles, and
was curKt of nbearcstlsm of tea years' stand,
las." Abratasm Hsrs. drnCKUt, BelHtlle. Ohio,
starms-"fhe best selling ru (Urine I hsve ever
tisndlrd In my 2i years' experience. Is Electriff
Cltters " Thousands ft others Lave grided their
estlmcny. n thst the Trrdlct is untLlnions that
1 (trii; Litters do euro all diseases of the Liver,
Kidneys or B'ood. Only a htlf dollar a bottle at
Voncs's Irrus Stcre.
Nutice of Iloinctcad H-roof.
Ifomestead Application No. 35a.
U. S. LANDOFrtCE.Tucso.f, Nov. 21, iE8S.
Notice is hereby r;ivcn tint the folluving
named settler has filed notice cf his intention
to make final p-&nf ir. support of his claim, and
that said proof ill be made before the Register
and Kccciter cf the United States Land Omce
at Tucson, Arizona, on the 14th day of Janu
ary. 18VJ. viz. RSFUGIO SAENZ, cf Benson,
Cochise county. Artzoua. for the E i of XC
i-4Scc. 9. and V ; of NV 1-4 tec. 10, T 13
S. R. 19 E.
He names the folkming witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and eultiratten
of, said land, h:
, Mateo Pacheo, of Benson. Cochise county.
Arizona; Tomas Mrnqille, of Benson, Cochise
county, Arizona; Bias Sanchez of lienson.-Co-chise
county, Arizona; Juan Yaldez, of Benson,
Cccbise county, Arizona.
A. D. DUFF,
11 24 tr Register.
Notice of Pre-emption Frcol.
Declaratory Statement No. ttol
U. S. LANDOrFlCEATTl'CSON, OcL 26, l3S3.
No'ice is hereby giien that the following
named settler has bled rotiee of his intention to
make final proof in support rf his claim, and
thtt aiJ proof villi Le made ffore the Cletk of
t.'e U. S. M trict Cct'71 at Tcml stone, Arizona,
on the E:h day of Iiecember, iE3. viz. FRANK.
SAHOMFL.of C.Ki:tount.-. Ariz., lor the
SV l of nE II and E Jf of SV y. Sec c5a.
T. 21 S, R 26 h. ard Lot 2 of NK K and Lt
oi NW ;; c. j. 1 22 S. R 26 E.
He rarr.es the following uiiceles to prove
his enntihuous residence upon and cultivation
of Slid land, viz:
Joseph iiocder. of Tombstone, Arizona;
Henry Zeuner. of Tombstone. Ar zona; Louis
Duvall, tf Sulph-ir pnce Vallev. Cochise
county. Arizona: Henry Shultz. of Sulphur
Spnrg Valley, Cochise county. Arizona.
A. D. DUFF.
10 30 Register.
Subscribe for the Prospector
25 cents a week delivered by
W.D.rtOTtfcCo.. Wholesale snd Setall Drnir.
Ists of Itome, Ot, ssy: We have been selling Dr.
Mna s tew luseovery. z,ieexnc niiiers sna nncK,
en Arnica Raise forrVmrjears. Krrcacvs'i.
died remedies that sell as well, or give such uni
versal sstistactlca. There bave been some von.
lerfnl eurea effected by these medicines In tLla
cltv. Seversl esses of pronounced eoummptlon
nave been entirely cured by Irr. Klns's New Dis,
coTcry. tsken In c nnectlon wltb Electric Bitters
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