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The Helena independent. [volume] (Helena, Mont.) 1875-1943, February 10, 1891, Morning, Image 8

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". eTr hs it is Proposed to Charge
thi State More fot Lgis.
:epteentatives Think That Bix
S' bollirt Day is Not Undudgh
for Their Servieoo
"' Loag Daeuualoa Over the Bill Flaing
lees for Me mbers, OMere and
The only ripple that disturbed now the
iast and peaceful legislative waters oeuorr
ed yeeterday in the house when the bill pre
crlbing the duties and fees of omierseame
under disessmion. The bill which is nam
hered 4, and was introduned by Mr. Toole,
has been hanging fire for some time. It
was frat oriticised by a standing commit
tee and reported to the house, when it was
prettythoroughly discussed on the side by
the members. Then it was referred to a
stnding committee and again reported
back to the house and again discussed by a
ocinmittee of the whole, Mr. Barrows pre
siding, The entire afternoon was con
soe .In quibbling over points and tinker
ing with details, all of which was very
mdnotonous until Mr. Loud amused the
boys with an amdmndment. He proposed to
fnereass the salaries of representatives from
$6 to 18 a day. This change would not a.
feet'the present nones because the consti
tqtion provides that legislators cannot fix
their own salaries. The discussion aroused
.nuch, interest doubtless because some of
the representatives expect to be returned
by admiring constituents.
After the amendment was read Mr. Loud
spoke for a few minutes in favor of its
passage. He argued that the expenses of a
representative were heavy while living in
the capital city and therefore he should at
least derive enough to live well. He also
thought a member should draw as large a
salary as any of the subordinate oeicers
which should be large enough to make it
worth a man's time to serve his constitu
ents as representative. Mr. Loud insinu
ated that more or lesi expense was attached
to A campaign for election to the honorable
bodyand he intimated that this should be
considered in the discussion of the amend
Col. Frank Hollywood, of Deer Lodge.
had a word to say in favor of the amend
ment. He thought a tendency had been
shown to make an aristocratic body out of
the house of representatives because some
of the members thought that the salary
should be kept down to nothing. This sys
tem would deprive the state of representa
tives among the workingmen who could not
afford to come to the legislature under
these conditions.
Mr. Howey opposed the amendment in a
ten-minute speech. He began with a sar
castie reference to Mr. Loud's argument,
saying that the idea that the state should
pay a representative's campaign expenses
wes something new to him. He could not
understand why the gentleman was so in
terested in future legislators, and he
thought that $6 a day was enough. That
sum, he saw, was a good deal more than
a good many of them would earn as home.
He believed that any man could live well in
Helena or in any town in Montana on that
sum, and then he added that it was a well
known fact that the representatives were
not obliged to pay railroad fare. It was
the same old story: When a man is elected
to offie the salary is not large enough. The
legislature had been in session 125 days
and had not done six cents'
worth of work. He thought the
amendment if passed would outrage public
decency and it ought to outrage it. lie
favored paying a decent regard to the opin
iops of his fellows. An election to the leg
islative department is always regarded as
an honor and it is an old principle that leg
islators areexpected to devote a part of their
time to the interest of the state without
compensation. If a man cannot do that he
has no business to represent the people.
The representatives should not enter into a
political race if the state is to pay their ex
penses. Mr. HoWey had noticed that not
withstanding the meagre salary there was
so lack of applicants for the places. [Ap
planse.] A vote was then taken on the
amendment. The ayes were Loud. Penrose,
Holleywood, Breen, Day, Crutchfleld, Poole,
Monteath Goodman, libberts, Lochray,
Whaley, Moran, Boardman, Blake, Cory,
Hastie, Horsky, Thompson. Harlan, New
comer-21. Nayes. IKempland, Hughes,
Beach, Howey. Wallace, Woodson, Harden
brook. Clark, McElwee, Schmidt. Blakely,
Mitchell, Wing, Holter, Burns-16.
Another little brush occurred when the
chief clerk's salary was reached. Some one
had sent up an amendment that this should
be $8 instead of $10. When Mr. Woodsoa
sai-t he thought the clerks earned
their salaries if anyone did, Mr.
Blakely said Mr. Woodson had
great ideas concerning the value of labor.
'then some discussion followed over the
salaries of the other officers. Mr. Blakely
sarcastically asked why the chaplain was
not included. The amendment changing
the chief clerk's salary was voted down and
the salaries of the watchmen were changed
from $6 to $5 a day. The bill after all the
discussion appears in nearly its original
form. It will probably be passed to-day.
- Ii
If all the representatives apprecijted the
fact that this session costs the state $500 a
day needed legislation would doubtless be
promptly enacted. The time wasted yes
terday would pay for the increase of some
of the salaries.
The bill providing for a state examiner
and prescribing his duties has now been
with the committee on state boards and
offices for six days. At least three men are
anxious to have it become a law at the
earliest possible moment and thus relieve
the suspense. They are David G. Brown, of
Fort Benton, chairman of the state com
n.ittee of Choteau country; Col. James
l.llivan, ex-state auditor, and John W.
Buskett. Each would like to be state
exsminer, and no wonder, for it will be a
pleasant office and will pay the incumbent
$4.000 a year with an allowance for travel
ing expenses. Mr. Brown has been in town
several weeks looking after his interests
and all expect to get the office. Mr. Brown
and Mr. Bnskett are in the house every
Mr. Boardman introduced a bill concern
ing the establishment of the proposed new
county of Teton. It proposes to leave the
matter for the citizens of Chotean county to
decide by ballot. This will delay the final
settlement of the question for some time.
Mr. Mitchell's bill proposes to have the
question disposed of by the state legislat
ure at this session. It is said that Mr.
Boardman and Senator Power were elected
with the understanding that they should
exert all of their influence to have the new
county created by the legislature at tto
earliest time. A prominent citizen of Cho
team. who was in town yesterday, says that
the citizens of that county are now asking
why those gentlemen have switched.
The judiciary committee yesterday rec
ommended the passage of Mr. Penrose's
bills, 21, 22, 25, for the repeal of the gag
law. The same committee reported with.
out recommendation Mr. Wallace's bill
concerning the time when laws shall take
efect. The bill will, however, be again
The following bills were introduced in
the house yesterday:
By Mr. Howey-H. B. 81. to prevent and
onLsh erimes against the elective fran
l *toreael tfu i /tº
eins ies olf n la tNe
Th folloiogs otila wee 1 is the
By Mr. ase-To. e-. a iwea $41
the sta. leglelatur.e
The senate had very little to do and got
through with it in a hurry, with a bare
quorum present. The house bill sling the
dulie of the elate board of examiners was
passed, and that regulating the ee of the
seretary of elate was gotten to a third
reading. Nearly every county seat in
petitions in favor of leasing state lands.
Bills were lntroduced and referred to the
senate as follows:
By Senator Parberry-Amending the set
relating to the leuanoe of county bonds.
By Senator Hedgen-Amending the school
laws by increasing the number of trustees,
By Senator Matte-Making the firse Mon
day in September a legal holliday to be
known as Labor day.
* Senator Thompson gave notice of a bill
for the better protection of dealers and
consumers of keroene oil.
Take advantage of th'grsat ohl.in out sale of
The fee Hlve. ThIs lan numb nge theatore
i now offered for rent and the :ziuam art for
male. o_
All goods atThe Bee Hive most be sold as the
sr.t will positively be cloeed out h, May ar.
ThB present term of the dstrilt court
ends March 81,
Miss Adelaide Moore will appear as Gala
tea at Mings this evening.
The Mexican and the Montana lodes in
the O)ttawa district have been looated by J.
W. De Camp.
Fourteen arrests were madeby the police
Sunday. Judge Sanders disoharged eight
of the allaeed offenders.
Mrs. Tierney, mother of James Tierney
a well known miner at Marysville, deed
Sunday night at that place.
Al. Goodrich was regularly and duly
gathered in by the police Sunday night and
paid a fine of $10 yesterday.
J. J. Hennessy, for fast driving, and
Milt Marshall, for leaving a team un
hitched, were arrested yesterday.
Marriag, licenses were issned yesterday
to J. P. Latsch and Katherine Maon and
Richard Moon and Mrs. Theresa Munding,
all of Helena.
The following notaries were appointed
yesterday: M. B. Hendricks, Missoula
county, and Oliver J. Crane, Lewis and
Clarke county.
Lamps and glassware at leas than cogt, to close
out, at 'The o ee live.
The Supposed DIspatch From Witness
bconce is not Fortlhcomnag.
The much desired dispatch to Erwin
Davis from J. C. Sconce, the only living
witness to the alleged will of Millionaire
Andrew J. Davis. was not produced before
Commissioner Penry yesterday. Manager
Swan, of the Western Union, brought in
several dispatches which had passed be
tween Erwin Davis and Lawyer H. H. Trim.
ble. None of them, however, were partic
ularly significant. One from Erwin Davis
to H. H. Trimble on July 18 last, nAked:
"How is Arkansas and Iowa? Answer."
The reply on the following day was, "Have
arranged for meeting of Arkansas at Hot
Springe. Am waiting for dispatch to go.
Will write about Iowa." Henry A. Root.
who was representing himself and other
contestants, referred to Manager Swan as
"an unwilling witness." John F. Forbis,
representing the beneficiary under the will,
made no objection to the introduction of
the telegrams in evidence, but notet an ex
ceytion on the grounds that they were ir
relevant and that the signatures were not
Barney A Brry'es ladies' club skates, only $L50,
at The lieu Hive.
HIon. Walter Cooper, of Bozeman, is in
the city.
Ira Myers, one of Great Falls' leading
citizens. is vrisitng n town.
Ex-Srnator Armlngton, of Cascade coun
ty, has been in town for a few days.
Col. and Mrs. Ingersoll left for New York
on Sunday nilht.
IMr. and Mrs. W. G. Baily returned from
a trip to Michigan on nenday evening, and
are now the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Arrivals at The New Merchants
John William Bis- E. J Hattle. Cascad,
marck. J. K. Seaacort, lute..
Willim Thompson, Thomnas C. aorshall,
Butts. Missoula.
V. M. Thornton, Ana- J. D. Conrad, Marys
conds. vile.
Edw. O'Bourke, Elk- Hen. . Winston, Elk
horn. horn.
.llradfern.Jeraoy City. J. Ii. H hitemire, Blos.s
C. E, Inedakor, Mis- berg,
smila. S L'eutsch, Livingston.
F. W. Wright. Living- J. b. 'lhompson. Liv
ston. ineton.
C. H. ltebbins, Living- F. A. Armstrong, Boze
stmn. men.
O. C. Cutter, Minneap- J. H. Willims,Neihart.
oli. A. L Ulm, Augusta
F. Esler, RockyCanyon. William Watkins, Jr.,
Payette Harrington, . C.
butt. 8 G . a('mpbell, ean
C. (, bradshaw, Butte. Francisco.
T. L. Greenough, Mis- S. G. Murray.Missonls.
seo!a. W. M. Blilcford, Mis
Cla:e:acq Grange, Salt soula.
lake. C. 0. (Cone. Salt Lake.
W. i. Maguire, New Mr. Emma Chamblis,
York. Miesoula.
MIis Carrie Amonett. Judge M. J. Liddell,
hlesoula. I.,zeman.
Arrivals at the Grand Centratl.
B. F. Wood, Woodland D. H. Middlemas.Boze
Park. man.
Charles Tnrner,Wicke. .C. Don, Alhambra.
John A. Watson, Mim- Court lhjeriff. Canyon
souls. Ferry.
J. therainor, Wickes, C Cottle. York.
Thomas II, Doughterty. C. Callaghan. Three
York. Forks.
A, 0. Turner, Mar- Charles F. Burton, Bil
vills. lings.
Prsa. tClatk, Minneap- Nick Psatz. Marysville.
oil.. Mrs. Ingerall, himnm.
WVliiam A. Lyon. New J. A. lonskins, Himiui,
York. rn e Melir,,n. (old Bar.
:. H. Irvine, Hott,. Due Alexander, Butte.
Johu..Bro1ughall,lutte. Mr.J. liansom "
laniel Hoch. Great John Hanson. 'argo.
Fal!E. J. D. Yieldinrr New
SH. Morrison, Great York.
FallR. II. W. Currin, Bouller.
MisskdaryOartSpoksne W. t. C:,perhover,
al Is. Hop-., Idaho.
Arrivals at Th a Helena.
J. F. Rickard.. Bout F. W MerrilL New
City. Y',rk
I. i. loyaltt Toiwn- '. Wi. Iofiman. Boze
sihnm, moan.
alter Cooper. Bozer- G. 1.. l nsing, Boston
man. Ideal club.
Orrin Peck. Chicago, A. ,. (irover, Boston
l. C. Perk. " Ideal club.
F. A. Jacole. it. Paul. B. i. reattrck, Boston i
J. It. losyke, Jla.es- ibel club.
town. L H. tialecia, Boston
Pari (itiioi. (ireat Ideal reIl,..
tall. A. 4 . o uobi ,win. Boston
Ira MSer.. tlroat Falls. Ideal club
W. L. Au.Li.i. 'ostmn. C. T. Burha, LIg 1im
W. T. Mend.hsall.N.rw her.
York. J. T. Armington, Great
I).J. Hnnewy. Butte. falls.
Harry (. Ki-.sL.-r,lntte. T. I', direnson, New
It. t,. Ierld.&lilea City. York.
. C. Atwater. wife and Will. L. Clark. Butte.
tAild. L.llvi;le. J. W. Power. Benton.
C. W. '1i iley, Lead- Mrs. M. A. 4 owe, l5p
ville, kan, aIals.
F. (i. Hathaway. MIs- W. C. ampon. Kul:ls,
suls. N. i.
Louis HFitmean. White
lnlphnr Springs.
The Cosmopolitan.
The Cosmopolitan hotel has the largest
lobby and billiard hall in the state, which
has been recently entirely refitted. This
popular hotel also furnishe the beet meal
en He a for fifty cents.
eight yorung ye an,. lps.
who w milt lik toad
they are ea ºy fran'' y "of
wroe. Nee ,lthey r s
AMos ip hwa. lam
felabl love s her . A s
eostantly and t
A a wasnh anda m an
feet 9,105 pound, dark ak
and kind. I6 e.. be m o u e
betwe S lsd 8lt a of
265. MdMana. Is there a. y lad
under i years of e who would lio e to
make her hone in i g If N, to
me. I am 85, test0 1711 po dark
hair and brown eyes fair oompgdeio and
979. Montana. Am a baeber of 4. 5
tet inahes. 185 pounds blonde, dee blue
eee,. good sooial and uaspelal stadlug.
temperat, own a good home islaf, and
wish to hear ftom as ady dark
hair wis t rimoneiay god ined, htbjM
80 and as ham som0 mmeans, .
eoban , a.nd all leItters will be aomfrd.
feet 8, ud p mala nybild, n t ver
srie, dark. arown ghr, .eyar . o
standin and good references, wort.lm
henar fom lWdie betwen 20 and 28;
make the right one a good husband,
.26. Montana. I am 80 years ofid, 5
feet 8, and .playful a a kitten. ]leme
write to me,l gins, s I am alone out hegs In
the west.
267. Montane. Well, girls, here I am, a
cowboy on the plsine, and wamts wife. Am
not well edueated, but my heart is all right.
My age i16. 6 feel 0, brown hair and yee,
n dainty brown moustache, and posses a
a good home.
25. Montsna. Am a gay young cowboy
of 80 summers, 5 feet 6. 10 pounds, dark
hair and hazel eyes, quiet dispoeltion. All
letter will be answered with ore. Some
dear little brunette write me a letter.
larner . B arry' gents' club skates, only t
cents. at The tse Hire.
Hendrlcks Club Nottee.
All members of the Hendrilks elub will
please meet at the rooms of the club on
Thursday evening. Feb. 12, 1891, at eight
o'clock. All members of the executive som.
mittee are especially requested to be pree
ent. Business of importance needs atten
R. B. Surra, Pres.
C. D. Cunats, Sec'y.
Dr. A. C. Stoddart, of San Franeisco.
The doctor is one of the pioneer physi
cians of Moltamna, having visited regularl
twice yearly for many years as examining
and contracting physician for the Laebi
World's Dispensary at San Franoisco. He
will be at the New Merchants hotel from
February 2 to 7 inclusive.
Editor McCormick, a Man Widely and Favor
ably Known Throughout the Pacile
Coast Giives his Experience.
Poaxngn, .Oe., March 26.-Having'tried
the celebrated Oregon Kidney Tea we
heerfally bear witness to its beneficial
agency in affections of the urinary organs.
It is simple, safe and sure; it is easily taken
and restores healthy vitality to the organ
it is intended to operate upon with assured
success. S. J. J. McCoaox.
Editor Catholic Sentinel.
"Reason Thousands Inearable."
The reason thousands of men cannot get
cured of seminal weakness, nervous debil
ity, loss of manhood, bladder, kidney,
blood and skin diseases is owning to a~
complication which is positively oured by
Dr. Liebig A Co., San Francisco's leading
specialists, who will have private reception
offices at Merchants hotel, Helena, Feb
ruary 2 to 7 inclusive.
Dr. Meyer, French optician, at Mer.
chants Hotel.
Hereafter until further notice all choice
cuts of beef, veal and mutton will be sold
at 15 cents per pound and plain steak 10
cents, at the East Side Meat Market.
'1. L. MArrnsws, Prop.
Dr. Meyer. French optician, at Mer
chants Hetel.
Only a few more lamps left at The Bee Hive.
The Case of Judge Frier, Who Suffered Thirty
SALIX, Ore., April 10.
I hereby certify that I have been troubled
with a disease of the stomach and kidneys
for the last thirty years and after using four
boxes of the Oregon Kidney Tea I have
found great benefit and relief from it.
A. 1. FaBrs,
Late county judge of Polk county.
Dr. Meyer, French opteilan, at Mer
chante Hotl.,
The Military BaiIL
Troop A, M. N. G,, will give a grand ball
Feb. 20. Watch out for ad.
Wisdom's Violet Cream
is the most exquisite preparation in the
world for softening and whitening the
bands and face. It is not only a substitute
for, but in every respect superior to glycer
ine, cold cream, vaseline and like prepara
tions. Try it.
Dr. Ilebig A Co., of San Francisco.
The contracting physician for the above
medical firm will be at the New Merchants
hotel Monday, February 2, and will remahi
until Saturday night, February 7, 18, f9p
the purpose of arranging with all desiring
to be cured of chronic allments.
Boston Ideal Banjo. Mandolin. Gultsa
Club. Ming's opera house, Feb, 1t.
Onand after May 1. 181 Helena onion Nor
280 will d'mand 14 for nine lours worrk. ani
time ad a halt for over time and Sunday. Jas.
L. t arutler, Secretarly.
Dr. Meyer. French optician, at Mer
chants aotel.
Speelial Meeting.
The Board of Commissioners, of Lewis
and Clarke County, Montana, will meet in
special session, Thursday, February 12th.
18.11, at 10 a. m. By order of the board.
J. B. TOOKRi. Clerk.
Helena, Mont., February 7th, 181.
Office Removed.
Dr. Carl Schulin has removed his ofief
and residence to the Horsky building, cor
nor Sixth avenue and Main street, whore he
opened elegant quarters. The doctor is a
graduate from the German universities of
Leipzig r nd Marburg. Consultation t
English, French or German. Office ho-rs
from 10 to 12 a. m. and from 3 to S and 7
to 8 p. im. Telephone 304.
Genuine Blae Points on tli halfshell. Motor
Take It Befere Breakfast.
The great appetizer, tonic and liver re,..
lator-positive speeifie for liver complaint,
in use for more than 10 years in England.
Bad taste in the mouth on arising in tbh
morning, dull pains in the head and basi
of the eyes, tired feeling, dizziness-sey.
toms of liver complaint. I emedy-Dr
I eny' Enliab Dm ndelion Tonic. Op
ithe genuine from your druggist for 1, siad
ta accordiln to direeion.
GranI na
$186.0 Garments Reduced to $11.20. $0.00 Gaart 1tReduced to $80.00.
$18.00 Garments Reduced to 18;86. $6€,00 Gthatnp t Reduced to $48.00.
$22.00 Gamrmet Reduced to 16 - .0 0.
26$.00 Garments Reduoed to $18.00. $70.00 G4arnlts 'Reduced to $0566.00.
$838.00 Gprments Reduced to $26.00, $85,00 Garments Reduced to $60,00.
Jnst oienea--Fist SIimeIl of Sprinl Wash Goods. hIsIction l tel
Automatl Msanmers.
But time changes minds as well as man
ners, though even now when makins
changes from one cirole to another, it often
requires that adaptability which could be
said found in one who has automstic man.
ners. However, such radical changes not
only appear in drawing-room repartee,
street dress, etc., amon people, but alsn !r
the conveniences and 'luures afford&j
mankind. Railroad travel is one instance
A few years ago, compasrativelr, one had to
consume much valuable time ian n unomu
fortables way to make wbat is now thought
nothing of as a night's journey in a sleeper.
The most modern equipment and trans
portation facilities can be found on the
fast trains of the Minneapolis & St. Louis
railway to Chicago St. Louis, Hot Springs,
Kansas Csty, etc. Inqcire of any agent of
the company, or C. M. Pratt, general tic? e
and passenger agent, Minneapoli, Mi]in
ROBERTS--At four p. m., Feb. 8, Mr. W. K.
Services at his houme, No. 404 Harriron avenue,
at two p.m., Feb.10. friends cf tio family
SWLOPE--In Helena, Feb. 8, 101, Stanley, in
fant of Albert F. asd Lillian C. Sllolar., aged
one year, two months and 13 days.
St. Louis and Alton, Ill.. papers please copy.
Ivy Lodge No. 24, K. of P,.
Meets every Tuesday.
A regular meeting of the above
lodge will be held thus, TeaIay,
evening at their Castle Hall O.
A. it. hail, Park avenue. Mem
hers of sster lodges are cordially
invited to attend.
Montana LodgeNo. , L 0. O .
Meets every Tuesday.
A regular meetingof Montana Lodge
No. 1 willbe held at Odd Fellows
Temple. (Jaoksuon street entrance,
T this evening at 7:50 o'clock. The
houra of meeting are s follows: January
February, November and December, 7 o'clock
March. April. September and October, 7:t0 May
June. July and Au I8s, Vieittng members a .e
cordially welcomed. Ia. L rtDBLE, N. (I.
REM IL LUItE, Secretary.
O. E.L
Meets eeond and fourth Tuesday.
A regular meeting of Miriam Chaptmer No. 1,
0. F S.. will be held this even; at Msonice
Temple at 7:0) o'clock.
ED8A L. Hnmou, Worthy Matron.
EuMA lmars Secretary.
Residence Lots
2 Corners on Oearborn St
2 Lots on Madison Ave,
Adjoined by fine residences.
Corner on Hauser Avenue
One block from Madison ave.
loD 5 I nd t17 Gold Bloek.
Dl.r.a I -Old Kentucky.
Wines, ' • WHISKIES.
Liquors, c.ue Goo
Cigrs a" Cerdlal
Sixth Ave, and Mai
o ad purehma the Escellor Portabl, Sta.
SP.. . .BoA 8. - el- , Mont,
SPRICE $2.00. 2
o x 111rO0BTAIN rr
ghrd t d Kettl e Ren rdered Lati rd tm
SEALS--$3,$83.50 and $4 A IIN OOM E acdlj
Corner Pari Ava and Edwards St.A. eLNn Y O.
T. C. POWER, Pase. J. T. MURPHY, V,-Pae. C L. RYAN, Sa.& TEea
lMontana Packin ProvisionI
Fresh and Cured Meats and Kettle Rendered Lard
MI..EE r E ER DE sB'UT8.A-.E, Eto , Ilto.
A full stock of PORK and BEEF CUTS of all kinds constantly on hand.
'the orders of outside dealers carefully and promptly :.tended to.
Real. Estate. Loans* and* Investments
Managers Jarvis-Conklin Mortgage Trust Co. for
Bailey Block, Helena, Montana.
trench ptian., and lecnrer on the hmn and y rects les. optician from many institutions
From hospltls and eye-lnfirmsriei, Havig returned from Franca, can
now b3 foun i t.t
ROOM 22,. IMerchants Hotel,
HeROOM 22, lena, 10t
Will call at residence by request. (an be seen from i a. m, to 6 o'clock p. m.
A lsrae stock of his French Glasses and Rok Crrystal Improved pectsla.s. Buprior to su,
hth:r in use: constructed in aecordance with artener and pht.lsophy of natunr, admlrablly ad,ted
to the o f ightll ant perfecitl natural to tlhe oye, aflo:dutg altogether the best help to the
nst.nrs vision over invented. Used only bt Dr. Meyer.
The advantages of there roecntaele over all ,ther. a e:
1. They can he wornw:h lprfe.teLawfo ar+engrh of time at on aiiny. ln ast .on
clearness of vision by ena Ae or other artijlial light ard comfort to tile specta.II wearer hitherno
2. Now to Sele t lses. It requires professional gidanc even when a g ool articl Is offe aed
The fltotr not only ho a best glames that can .be font in the mnra.et but carefully eamines anl
gives !ndi pensible advice for the proper eslection of th m.
. When'i t eyes p.sn or al.et through the auti.n of a bright lipl.t such ll r"Eeled from the
snow in warmn weather, white pae.r in relln., writing. sewing, or i vivid( clored hodia.s, those
eses he eoftenlug the rays. rBset the most agreeable snsatton anl hive grea: roltef.
'hes spectacles are cleotiflcaily adjuster in every raue of dfective stglgret with nunerritg ifaccuracy,
whether asellmg from age. strain or prrmatord decsy, by Dr. Meyer on a new anul oacst principls,
entirely his own. Wbir has seldonm ailed to be cor ln...
Dr. Me)er is traveling at this time through the Unitol St-tes for the purprrl of making known
his theorr to the American public.
Dr. Meyer comea here welt ree.mnceided in the highest term, of pratl e by numecoos certificates
from the most eminent physIcian.oelisht, ttivllrsa, and the tast iromlnent men of our c. l.ntry.
The underlvrmnedi take p essure in stating that we Ihave eFlSeireds mnst of the lenses of Dr. A.
Meyer, and give ita, or nelie that he is entire master of his. art as an optirueian tie wa, abler to
demon rate the ad..tbility of his lenmses to s!moust if not all ls,rdlrrs of the vision not depenling
upon orap:e dseaues. It is lurthimore our belIef that h.e is a audiJ. ,onet rtlemen, snl no
one neul feel afraid of being humbuggel who may tlrust to his opinion. '17, fies r4ntialtol hris i
s-salon are from persons of character andw rrsp+tisblity; quito a number are known tot ai we
Sn vouch for their standing in the optical prof!etmeron:
a.. oeknun.M. I.. Dr. (h,. P. tnsl brod.Wn.. L. lteele .M. D.,J. M hIad. M. D.,. 'I
I Ialsr, Km. Trscyi.M. IL. 5. i(' lt.elw, M. U I) . I. Luarmichael, U. D.. rapo n "nral ai
. I) ... J. Mtonald. N. D.. Maria hi. Dotsi. I. iD. Ite.reuce: Henry klei. J. Veldbwg.
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