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TUUUSTONK DAILX JKOSrECTOK. MONO! EVENING. JANUARY 19, ISbl.
TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County Oflicial Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (EXCKPT SUNDAY) S. C. BAUG. Editor and Proprietor. iVERMS OF-SUBSCRIPTION. Ono.YcAr - r- JIOOO Six Month - - - 6 oo On MoaUi (Delivered by Carrier) - - I oo ADVERTISINO RATES: One Square, one insertion - - - p oo JLich subsequent Insertion, per square - I oo OFFICE: Fremont St., Opposite City ITilI. Ealerl In iJi Tout too Potofllu fteeend clw BBttr FRANK O. KARLE. Assatand Met AU.UKGICAI. Laboratory o FFICE 310. FREMONT STREET. Opposite City Hall. Tombstone. HERRLNG Jr. HERRING, ATTOXNETS AND COOKSKIXORS AT LlW. ftPlCO TOUGHVUT STREET. nET. . 31 and 4th. Below the Coutt Home. F. fc A..U. King Solomon Lodge No. 5. F. & A. M., holds tUted meetings on the third Saturday in each month in Masonio Hll, at 7:30 p. m. Special meetings held whenever bine flag is hoisted. Visiting brothers are cordially invited to attend. Gcstatk Fisheh, W.M. Knrr Ha.bt Saoretary. 8 13tf CocWUo I.odso Io. 5 I. O. . V. Regular meeting night, Tuesday of each week. All visiting members in good standing invited to attend. Fit ask Gabland. N. G. W. D. MOSMOXIES, Sec. Itcral Arrli .1Iout. Stated meetings on third Wednesday of each month. Notice of special meetings by chapter flag. Sojourning oompanions cordially invited. Aootrn Coiien, H. P. F. L. Moork, Secretary. jlltf OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, arr officers. Mayor Chief of Po'Jje -Treasurer - Qty Attorner - -Auditor and Recorder - A. Cohn Fiank Ryan R. E. lacksor Wm. Slaehle - AI Suniger Qty Assessor - - - Geo, Brum Coundlmen: First Ward - Fred Fuss Secoad Ward - - Frank Hare Third Ward - - - - A. W. Smith Fourth Ward - - - John Pnnderrille ccurrr Sheriff - reasurer - Recorder District Attorney . rebate Judge Clerk District Court Soreyor -Assessor - Court Co nmissicmer otficers: - John H. Slaughter - J. I. McAllister - W. F. Bradley - W. II StileB - E. R. Monk - A. JI. Emanuel H. G. Hoe - . X. A. GHraan - - G. G. Berrr 82,500 REWARD. The above reward is offered by the Copper Queen Con. Mining Co. and citizens of Bis bce, for the arrest and con viction or positive proof of the death of James Daly, who murdered W. W. Low ther near Bisbee on the af ternoon, of Friday, April 1 1 , 1890. Daly is described as a man ap parently 50 years of ae, although several years youngerNout G feet in height, round face, slightly pock marked, sandy complexion and moustache, blue eyes, weight about 190 pounds, scar on foot made by pistol shot, also scar across neck made by pi"tol shot, talks with a strong Welsh accent. Ben Williams, Dated Bisbee April 14, 1890. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. L C UAJLE. room 64, Hcreaant xcniaft. Baa frtadKe.'Uoar Authorised Agent for California Oro. r. BOWELL OO., r8 Sprac at. Saw rerk. W. AYEK fc SOX PhtlailalphU, ail transaetloaa mad by lb above Bemad pe trts.vUl beanmpUed wit at la PROSrECTOk Kftos. EHIS PAPER PrS&SS Alfalfa, Timothy, and Espersette eed. Warranted pure at tf. HOETLEJl'8, Eeward Proclamatioir To all to "Whom these Pres- ents May Come, Greet ing. WHEREAS, It has come .to my knowledge from au thentic sources that on or about the rath day 'of Decem ber A. D. 1890 N. H? Robin son and , John Bridger were ruthlessly murdered near the line between Mexico, and Ari zona, in the county of Cochise this Territory, and Whereas It appears from the evidences of reliable wit- nesses and the report of the Coroners nquest held upon the bodies of said Robinson and Bridger in the City of Tombstone on the 15th day of December 1S90, that the murders were committed by hostile Indian renegades who are absent without leave from their reservation. Now Therefore, I, N. O. Murphy, acting Governor of Arizona, by virtue of the power and authority within me vested, do hereby offer a reward in the sum of FIVE H UN DRED ($500.00) DOL LARS (which sum shall be aggregate amount paid under this proclamation) for the ar rest and conviction of the mur derers of said N, H. Rob'nsan and John Bridger, or for satis factory evidence that said mur derers have been killed during legitimate efforts to capture them, which evidence may con sist of the dead bodies of the Indian murderers, or such por tion of their bodies as shall be sufficient to satisfactorily prove their identity. In witness whereof J have hereunto set my -hand and caused the Great Seal of the (...nisi j w uC ciiu.cu. Done at Phcenix the Capital this 22d day of Dec, A. D. jSoo. Signed Nathan O. Murphy, By the Governor, Signed E, B. KlRTLAND, Assistant Secretary, lut-UIen'H Arnlra Halve. The Best Salve in the world for Cats, Bruises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevor Sorer, Chapped Hands, Chilblain. Corns, aod all Skin Ernp tonsrand positively cures l'jles, or no pay required. It it guaranteed to cive perfect satisfaction, or money refund ed. Frico 25 cents per box. For sale by J. Yonge.. 1 as 1 A rhj-MeiatiVi lnl-c. Dr. A.ll.SPAUT.riso,of Grand Rap ids, Mich., say a: "I prescribe Hib bard'c) Rheumatic Syrup in my prjc lice and unhesitatingly recommend it. It operates upon the liver, kidoeys and bowels, destroying the poison in the blood and tissue. It is a grand tonic and appetizer, and for a diseased atom ach or dyspepsia has no equal," For by J. Ya n a SUMMONS. IX the district court, iirt -judicial district of the territory of Arizona in and for the county of Cochise. BANK OF TOMBSTONE. 1'laintiff. vs. GEORGE WESTINGHOUSE, Jr Defendant. Action brought in the district court of the first judicial district of the teuritorv of Arizona in and for the county of Cochise, and the com plaint tiled in the said county of Cochise in the office of clerk, of said district court. The Territory of Arizona sends greetintj, toGeoree. Westimjhouse. jr., defendant You are hereby required to ap pear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the district court of the first Ju dicial district of the territory of Arizona, in ind for the county of Oochise. and to answer the com plaint tiled therein.within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on j-ou of this summons, (if served in this county or if served out of this count , but in this district, within twenty days otherwise within thirty days), or judgment by default wih bo taken against you according to the pray er of said complaint The said action is brought to i scorer the sum of six thousand dollars damages together w th in terest and cost of suit. Given under my hand and the seal of the district court of the first judicial district of the territory of Arizona in and for the county of Cochise, this 23d day of Decem ber in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety (Seal.) A H. Emanuel, Clerk. NOTICE TO CREDITORS, In compliance with Title III enti tled "Assignments for Cenefit of cred itors" Revised Statutes of Arizona, notice is hereby given that Wm. Kick lately doing business in tfoo City of Tombstone Arizona on the nineteen'h day of Decmbcr, A. D. 1690 made an assignment ol all Ins property both real and personal to Charles Granville Johnston for the benefit of the cred itors and the said creditors who con sent to such assignment, are hereby notified to make known their consent in writing within four months of the dale hereof, and to file a distinct state ment of the particular nature and the amount of his or their claim Against the said Wm. Kieke, duly verified within six months of the date hereof, with the said Charles Grant ille John ston at his office in the city of Tomb stone Arizona. Dated this 20th dav of December, 1S0O. Charles Gbanville Johnston, Assignee. Constable Sale. By virtue of an execution issued out of Justice Nat Hakc"a court of No. one preciuet, county of Cochise, Terri tory of Arizona, date.I the 7ib day ol Dcil.r, IS1-, in a certain fictics wherein Otto Gn.t-ofihof r, f pUintiC recovered jatlsment against Joseph Krjn'fl! for the sum of one Immlred and ninety dollars ($J!X) ) and costs amounting to tlm fctici of twenty one and 55 100 dollars $21 53 on this 27th duv of December. 1890 I hive levied upou the following de scribed properly to wit: The "Morning Star" 'The Stars and Stripes' and the "Virginia" Mining claim lining situate in the Wvrran mm ing district (Jocnise connly, .territory of Arizona. Nott'uo is hereby given thit orr Tues day tho 20h day of Jan. 1891. at 11 o'clock a, ra. nf that day in front of thr Conn Honae in the City of Tombstone county of Cocbio. Arizona. I will sell all the risht title and interest of the said Jofanh Russell, in and to the above described property at public auc tion for cash in hand to I hn highest and lest bidder to satisfy said exe cution and all sosls. Dated at Tombstone the 31st day of December 1800. Bex James, Constable A Vrorwsrt Dlaroverr- "Another wonderfal discovery ha been made and ihat too by a 'ady In lh4s county. Disease itirnel its dntcacs noon her. and for seven years lie withstood its severest tests, bat ber vital organs were unoemunea ana aeain seeinec imminent. For three months She conghed in easantly and could not sleep. SbeNwgbtC is a botue of Dr. King's Sew nvseoTery for fonsnmprion and was so much relieved on take Tie: the first dose that she slept aH night, and with one bottle has been miraculooslr cured flee name is Mrs. Luther Latx.' Thus write W. C Hamrlck 4 Co., cf Shelby, N. C Jet trial tjstl.e At Vaafi's drar stora AJAVICK TO JK.llttUtM. Ku, Wixauiw'a Sootuuio Bracr Has been used by millions o( raMhers (or children Uctaing, fur over fitly year with perfect sacceas. It relieves th.lmie saff re r at once, produces natural, quirt sleep by reemg the cMldirvm pain, and liie Utile cteruo awakes as r-bilght as a button.' It Is very pleas ant to lb ttate, soothes th. child, softens the turns, allays psln, relieves wind, rcgtilat sths bowels, and Is the best known leuieoy fordiar rtrca, whether a Um2 from teething or other uses. Twuntj-Svacenrs a bottle. SeooO.O'la jw U tlaf "aScS. J.S . GMd!a.1 Kf Jt.r.1 BMhlrfM. kM4OT, MBr M4 maft. . HMth.bvl cm f.cS7iaMkt!7 aw Bwcra riwMfato SlSaaT,ttan,,ad MM. ( . Till. TM CAM IflWIBr. .1 UlH. CI,. f U 99mt U A fmi m.ai.af ,y te ckc wik AU 1 uimI fmj at as ht very w-efcee Wc Man w, fWcbteaiar nrriklaf EiSILT, HIXlUlLt aauwcT. rakriCLLAkS rE ASSrca, at .. aiuaos 10., rvaiiASi. suus. Itcny Complrxlrin. VoothTu! lleauty riumpariaKand l.ollne. aepra-ced by Old Dr. Heath's IlariuteiaM Arxruleal slrjuriiatliitr V.crriM, and tllvrfa Hradav r-laiieM, llrnptlouis sal.tn UiarMra, U rr-rn, Catarrli. Itaj Fevrr. Axtlimn. Luai ltear.eH eradtcat ei. trft health Is the minor of beauty, and only J 1 a box or fix for Sl Milled Sealed. Free confutation at orac. Sl Broadway, New York. M-D Wlyr. h SALESMEN. W wish s few men to sell oar goods by sample to the wholesale and retail lisle. Largeitraanaiact-treralnoar line. Sena ceut rump. Wazes fl per dsy. Fermaneo position, fiopostalsarswered Money advanced or wacea,aaveruiiiu;.eic. uaavxsirtai.A!Aa-v a lv.CiiiciaiaaTi.Omo. sxsox 8500 REWARD. I ill pay the above reward to any person or persons who Hill give the information which will lead to the arrest and conviction of any per son or persons unlawtnlly handling anv of my stock. CATTLE Branded HG on left hip; ear aiark. rijrat eir crop and split tcgj HORSES Branded HG on left shoulder. H. G HASSELGREEN. 8273 fJS" redro river. Vcac la rWtr taaacltMfa.wrMfr lacr BJ wffl alM faraua tka artaariaB ar cnlmal,l w hfch va "a cara taal affaacal Xaaaaa. Nfatlia aanaatfalaaaa..,. baaHc ,a4 ccMI hiara.a 1 Aran, aal ua warkvr Icaca rah cMrict f caaaly I SaM alnacc laacal aa4 araclAad wKa atapUjiiac a larra aaa fa. arc waUar.vSieoe avasraarS. It, A I.W 4 HUl.ll,. fan r-mcvlanS'J:i:i AAlrM.atMca JLU C. AI.Li:., llaia UV, Aucn.la, alalue. MONTEZUMA HOUSE. LEON LARUIEU, Proprietor. First Class Hotel in Every Respect. BAR ROOM Supplied with Choice Foreign and Domestic Liquors. LIVERY STABLE in CONNECTION Beer on Draught. FAIRBAXK. - ARIZONA. fr?S HEN ONLY! 1? CncrnVP T!MTrrA3T.HHJ SMXHOCD; IWbwt, (. JB51.3n fkHf ITtr4. H- m IUL.T tV4 Ntwxntw.c3v.?saU)-un-ctritratiiTf tosT. AeMhtsJr i-iiO-i; LtflK nktllUJ. timmm 1 a mr, ?-m ltlr trvm 4 fUUs. Tt-rrftvrltra, tr4 ri-.fLAwaVrW. re mtttrmm Clr. Inllwtfi ImLjw 4 r-eft mil -mm. 1 OAl J5aKXSlCCi.lCTIUe.K,l. IBUNKENESS UQUOR HABIT. DJHMJfES GOLDEN SPECIFIC. ItcanbeclvenlnroQe,iea.orlnarttcleiio(food withoul the nrw ledso ol patient If ceeeaary It Is alvlatly harmless and will effect a perma nent simI irorerly enre. whether the patient la a snod-rri-'Inn'ieraranaleohollcwreeS- ITSEV KR TAILS. 1. operate an quietly and with aarn certainty that Uie patient nnderxoes no Incon Ttiloree, and soon b.a comiUcte reformnUou ' 'fleeted, a pa.-e book u.-e. To be haJ of J. Yousa, Druggist, 107 Allen Street, Tombstane, A. T. nz oo tn conn O0 - vxzr'Ufe fo a S'e "' r le r3 vrVotun farntfli&hor c aa3 r irf to- lr -r lie lime to th ba iei Spmre tAvtwe t my vc jsfpa'twiy coiiiujru aiu. a icw R F loH'fSO'-'A CO. iemo Main fitte. Richmond. V. f, StWHaaafarerk, r r Aar Ea.rtal.ara. Wa tewaatiaj lUay. Wa wart yaa. Sarba Tan raa Srrata yatar aaarc ai.aira. ar an rv "aaa ta wark. TSla la aa aatawly paw Iaa4a4 brhifa waaArfTal aaercaa ta ewry tcarkcr. arrrawen ar aaraaac fraai SSSt a wccS aa4 apararaa, aaA aarra ajtr a Sua nMiVwa. Wa raa fanaUS yaa tha ra alararwl mm taKa raa ISKS- X rpara ta ra Dtala aara. fan fafaramlaa TM.IE. Tit VEuC CO.. aKflalA, MiUU WANTKU 3IzJCEI.LA!Klll'. YVTanted teams to haul luji; V tier from Ross' roUlJ 'jo Bisbee. Apply it the Mill 'On .AI.f-KK.VL, ESTATB. tTOR SALE FIB3T-CLAS3 RESIDENCE V rr.rDerlv. one lot. No. 5. Block 31. front Ins on Saflord street. Tombstone, with two ictrod lHtases,one rented: the prorx'rtT of A. Anderson and wife. Will be told without delay. Ap-ly atoncc to James Reilly, Fre mont street. 10-s-tf ABOUT GrLOVES. When yon are btrylng jfetw remember that there Is such a thins" as a priea .that U too eAeap. It la better to pay a 'fair prfce and set good a-Icvee " llnrrhlnaon'a. They are made from selected skins In tbe bast manner and are wa rra a I ed to he tbe raost aerrlee ablemadei Ifycswanttoknowmora about Btorea la ceneralaod Hat ehla aaa'a CUm In paraenlar. eacloce ttaxap rortbebooa; A baa I Glavea. It wfJl Interest yon. EsTAausaxo ISO. ICIS C. E7TCSSS0S, JAutCrRLlt'. 7. tfrh I.KUAL. tUJtD(M. In the District eourt first judicial dis trict, of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the county of Cochise. Colin Caaleeok, Plaintiff, vs. Mary M. IIlLDKitBitAXT, Defendant. Action brought in the District Court of tbe First Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the county of Cochise, und the complaint nieu in tne saitl county ol Loculsr, in tbe omen of the Clerk of said District Court. Tho Territory of Arizona Bends greeting, Mary M. H Iderbrant. de fendant. You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by tho above named plaintiff, in the Dis trict Court of the First Judicial Dis trict of the Territory of Arizona in and for tbe county of Coobise, and to ans wer the complaint filed therein, within ten days, (exclusive of tho day of ser vice), after tbe service en you of this summons, (if served within this countv or if served out of this county, bnt in mis district, wittnn twenty days other wise within thirty days), or judgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer ol said com plaint. The said action is brought to recover the sum of three hundred dollars and interest at rate of seven par cent per annum irom 'Join ol September 1888, together with costs and disbursements of this aotion. Given under my hand and the sea of the District Court of the First Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the County of Cochise, this 29th day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety. (Seal.) A, H. EMANUEL. Clerk, U. S. Land Office Notice, Tucson, Ariz., Jan. U, 1891. Complaint having been mad6 at this office by Francis J. Heney against John A.Murray, D. L. E, No. 825, made Oct. 19, 18S9, for the S. V. i, 3. E. i and S. $. S. V i of section 29, T. 15, S. R. 20 E., and N. $ of N W. j of section 32, T. 15, S. R. 20 E., contestant al leges that he knows the present con dition of the same, also that tho said John A. Murray has wholly neglected and failed to comply with the law of March 1877, in regard to desert binds and has wholly neglected and failed to put water on said land or any part thereof, though more than three years has expired sinco he hied upon the same and this tho said contestant is ready to prove at such time and place as may be named by the Register and Receiver for a hearing in said case and he therefore asks to be allowed to prove said allegations and that said D. L. E. No. 82.", may be declared can celled and forfeited to the United States, he the said contestant paying the expense ol sacli hearing. And now comes Francis J. Heney, contestant to above described tract D. L. E. No. 825 and files his affidavit in this office Jan. 13, 1891, setting forth the fact that after due dilligonce he fails to obtain personal service upon the contestee and requests -ihat sen ice be had by publication, the ramo is hereby granted and publication order ed in the PaosPECToa published at Tombstone, Ariz. And the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at the office of the Regiter and Receiver Feb. 21, l'Jl, at 10 o clock a. m. to give testi mony in said ca$e. HERBERT BROWN, Register. CiiAs. Drake, Receiver. 1-15-lm. Notice of Dissolution. The copartnership heretofore exit ing between L. Gold water and H. Gold tvatcr doing business under the firm name of L. &. II. Gold water, Benson. Arizona, is this day dissolved by mutual cenetit, L. Goldwater will continue the business there; he will .ollecl all outstanding accounts owing to, and pay all indebtness of said late firm. L. Goldwater, II. GOLtWATEn, Dated, Benton, Arizona, Jan. 10th, 1890. 1-15-tf. I'ronnenred llopelew", Ket Saved. From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E. Hord of Groton, S. D we quote: "Was taken with a bad cold, which settled on my lungs, cough set in and finally terminated in consumption. Four doctors gave me up saying I could live but a short time. I gava myself up to my Savior, determined if Icould not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was advised to get Dr. King's New Discovery for rry Consumption, Coughs and Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all eight bot tles; it has cured me and thank God I am now a well and hearty woman." Trial bottles free at J. Young's Drugstore,' regular size, 50, and 11.00. O . Bee' by the quarter, 1 cents per pound at Tjuobixt's. talTH.HO.M4. SmiMOiNS. In the Justice's Court of Precinct No. 1, County of Cochise, Territory of Arizona. Before Nat Hawke, a Justice of the peace. 0 W GEISENHOFER, Plaintiff. vs. JOSEPH RUSSELL, Defendant. Action brought for debt. Complaint filed in my eilke and summons issued. The Territory of Arizona sends greeting to Joseph Russell. Defen dant. You am hereby summoned and re quired to appear at my office in Pre ciuet No. one. County of Cochise, Territory of Arizona, to answer tbe complaint of plaintiff now on file in my office, within five days should this summons be served upon you in this precinct; if served upon you without this precinct, but within this county, ten days: otherwise within twentvdava (exclusive of the day of service) from the day this summons is served upon you. ' This action is brought to recover a jndgmen, against you for the sum of one hundred and ninety dollars al leged to be due plaintiff for board, to which reference is bad in complaint, on file in my office, and costs of sail and yon are hereby notified that should you fail to appear and answer within the time stated in this summons the plaintiff will apply to the court for a judgment against you for said de mand and all costs. Given under my hand at my office in said Precinct this 12th day of Au gust, 1890. NAT HAWKE, Justice of tbe Peace, KOItKALK. One hundred and sixtv acrei of land in tha footruBs of the Chiricaiiua mountains, fenced and under cultivation, raises finest kind of fruits. Waterpermanent. A beamful tract ol land. The fullest investigation cloned. Ap ply at this orhce. u" -- ICAUtC TMCT wall THE BEST. D. M. Fujtv ft Co't Itlui-ra.ed, Dctcnytive aD(j Jr.cei 9 SEED ANNUAU For 1091 wifl be mailed FREE J .to ail applicants, and to last ua&oa's cuitomcn. it u Dctler than ever, Crfcry penon turn; Grden, fUwtrtr Fit&Sttdx, ahould send for It. Address D. M. FERRY & CO. orrrott. m cm. V k Larges See-jMnen in the iotM IH yy anted iooo saw subscribers FOR THE WEEKLY TrOSI'ECTOR, THE LEAD NEWSPAPER OF THE SOUTHWEST 81 FOR THREE MONTHS, Sao'llnl wartS i T.taa. to taortScraeara mal.al b. Sana Para. Aaatta. ckwa, TaUda.Ot.la. .arrdaiavaawcX War rat. ex I"" aanta T a raa U Oja week aa4 U.a t Sana. .Wrtwr raa era. E.aa ba- a ara arcf Itrar, , ctaar, arc ratflj raralac Iron fit Sluaacr All, e-a. Waahaw jaakaw aad Mart ra. la work la roarc rhaa ar an ItahaM Hie aroncr fecwark- M I allure , aaaearuB-ak CV.alaavlfAil fartlratan ftaa. Xi.llullcttt: Cc..ISoxMe01trt!atil,aiaU& For a cut. bruise, burn or scald their is nothing equal to Chamber ain's Pafn B.tlm. It heals the parts more quickly than any other applica tion, and unless the injury is very se vere, no scar is left. For salebyHf Peto. PIIOMI'EUTOR. csubscribs for and advsrliss in tke PROSPECTOR, the only Daily in Cochise County, and the only one receiving Press Dispatches. Circulation aoulf-e that of any iaper in Arizona. Tbe 1'utplt and Htagp. Kt. F. M. Shrost. pastor United Sutra Brethern Cfanrcb, Mne Maxd. Kan . says "1 reelltmidatyto tell what winders D-. Kinx'a New Disc-overy UM done for rue. ily lungs were badly diseased, and my parishioners thoucbt I would live only a few weeks. I took Ave bottles of Dr. King's JJew Discor. eryand am sound and well, gaining 2 lbs it weight-" Arthur Love, manager Lore's Funny Folks Combination, writes "After a thorough trill and convincing evidence, I am conS. dent Dr. Klrg's .New Discovery f r Con. sumption beats 'em all, and cures; when everything else fails. Tbe gTeatestklnanris I can do my m ny thousand friends Is to ur;;e tbem to try It." Free trial bottle at Tocg-e'a Dru dtore, Rsgu'ar sizes SO cents and(L iiot iik i.vTHF.norsr. "Rough on Rat." Clears ont rats, mice, roaches. ROUGH on WORMS. Safe, Sure Cure. 25c BOUGH ON TOOTHACHE. Instant relief. 15c. -....-... .. , -... . -. .-. a iti AIIsSSts rzmm