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Ought the County to Pay a Lot of
Costs Assessed on Defendants
"WHEN THE LATTER AREFT GUILTY
The Question .Argued Before Judge Magee
in a Perjury Case.
'OTHER SCRAPS OF LEGAL NEWS BTS
A test case was argued before Judge Ma
gee yesterday, the decision in wliich in
volves a rood many thousands of dollars of
the county's money. The point at issue is,
Shall the county pay the costs in misde
meanor cases wherein the defendant has
been found not guilty, but ordered to pay
the costs, and in default of payment has
gone to jail and served his time?
Heretofore, in. such cases, the costs have
been paid by no one, the Controller refusing
to issue warrants, as the County Solicitor
took the ground that the county was not
liable for the costs. As a result, when such
a verdict was rendered, the witnesses, offi
cers and Clerk of Courts and Sheriff's officers
Jost their costs.
E. H. Johnston, Esq., to have the matter
decided, yesterday made a test in a perjury
case, wherein such a verdict haa been ren
dered and the defendant served his time.
He asked for a rule on the clerk of courts to
compel him to tax the costs to the county.
County Solicitor Geyer opposed the mat
ter. Judge Magee reserved his decision.
TflET HAD HER HOODOOED.
Mrs. Mary Normal! Removed From Her
Normal Quletnde by a Fortune Teller
sue Mm far S3 00 A Novel Case.
Mary Kormall yesterday entered suit
against Peter Silar and wife, residing at No.
3 Stanton avenue, for 500 damages. Mrs.
JN'ormall alleges that Mrs. Silar is a fortune
teller. She states that in October, 1887, she
went to.Mrs. Silar and paid her 25 cents to
tell her fortune. Mrs. Silar did so by run
ning over cards. She predicted that a great
deal of trouble and vexation would be
caused Mrs. Kormall by two persons whom
ilrs. Xormall, upon the solicitation 'of
Mrs. Silar, moved her furniture to the
bouse of the latter, where she went to live,
thereby hoping to avoid the trouble.
She remained for nine weeks, during
which time she was compelled to do all the
domestic work and was a regular servant
She was compelled to do whatever Mrs.
Silar wished, being terrified by threats
made by Mrs. Silar, who said that she could
work her good or evil as she chose.
Mrs. Xormall finally became so worried
that she left the bouse. The Silars, bow
ever, refused to give up her goods, which
were valued at about S&O. A capias was
issued for the arrest of the defendants.
A SUIT FOR SLANDER.
The Outcome of n Lot or Boarding House
Tattle and Gossip.
J. D. Watson, Esq., yesterday filed a suit
on behalf of George Schairer and wife
against Christian Baird and wife, of No. 30
Stockton avenue, Allegheny, for 81,000
damages for slander. The allegation is that
Mr. and Mrs. Baird talked about Mrs.
Schairer for the purpose of injuring her
It is stated that rrSchairer,Jbere her
maniage, wis a sewing girl, and jived with
3rs. Bjird; that she was persecuted by a
Luardlrin the house and talked about'by
Mrsf Baird until she was compelled to leave;
',tji't Schairer, to whom she was engaged to
beVnarried, was under age, and tbe couple
had intended to wait awhile before marry
ing; but, to end the talk about his intended
bride, a wedding was decided upon.
Attorney Watson was appointed Schairer's
guardian by the Orphans' Court, and the
marriage followed. It is claimed that this
did not stop tbe persecution of Mrs. Schairer
tby Mrs. Baird, and the suit was brought
A HEART SOOTHED WITH 83,000.
Tbe End of a Breach of Promise
Agnlnst a Borrowing Bean.
Miss Kate Krepley, of Allegheny, yester
day received a verdict for $3,000 in her suit
against Edgar Thompson for damages for
breach of promise or marriage. Thompson
was not present, H. Henderson, Esq., repre
senting him. Attorney George Snail repre
sented Miss Kreplev.
A half dozen witnesses testified to the fact
that Thompson kept company with Miss
Krepley for six years and then failed to
Mr. Henderson, in his address to the jury,
held that the damages should be small, as
Miss Krepley bad tared rather well in not
getting Thompson, as the testimony showed
that he was not thrifty and had borrowed
money from her several times. The jury
was out but a short time.
The case of P. Haggitlris against Eeymer
Brothers, a uit on an account, is on trial be
fore Judge Collier.
A verdict for S525 SO was given, yesterday,
for Henry Stamm in bis suit against F. Bans
man, an action on a note.
A verdict for the defendants was given,
yesterday, in tbe suit of Colvin, Atwell & Co,
against George R. Hayden and John H. Beam,
an action on a note.
Bishop Tuioo and St. Bridget's Roman
Catholic congregation, yesterday, brought an
action in ejectment acalnst Leopold r-chlven-derman,
for a lot on Wjlle avenue, Eleventh,
Ik tbe suit of Jobn M. Verner against B. H.
and Harriet 1L Scott, to recover purchase
money for a farm sold to tbe defendants, a ver
dict was rendered, yesterday, for tbe plaintiff
A coJiptTLSOEr non suit was entered against
the plaintiff, yesterday, in tbe case of F. C.
Schwartz against tbe City of Allegheny. Tbe
suit was for damages for a broken leg received
1 byVSchwartz in a fall on a cellar door on a side
trait. FEEDEBicKL.KoNAi.rj, yesterday, applied
for a writ uf habeas corpus on Captain Hener,
of tbe United States Army recruiting station,
(to compel him to bring into tbe United States
Court Edwin Konald. It was claimed that Ron
ald, who is under 18 years of age, bad enlisted.
Tbe writ was issued to bring Mm into court
The case of Louis Gordon against James
Leech and the Borough of Braddock, is on trial
before Judge Slagle. Tbe suit is for damages
for Injuries received by Gordon in falling down
tbe cellarway: of a bouse belonging to Leech
that had been burned down. It is claimed
that Leech and tbe borough officials were
negligent in not having tbe place properly
P. H. Footer, one of too "Butler county
'counterfeiters, yesterday, gave bail before U.
S. Commissioner McCandless for bis appear
ance at the Erie term of the United States
Court. J. A. Shadle, Patrick Brown, Nora and
Sarah Buchanan and Kate bchmidt gave bond
for their appearance at tbe September term to
answer charges of sending obscene matter
through tbe mails.
Fine Rye Whiskies.
All the leading brands of pure rye
"whiskies; also brandies, gin, rum, Kimmel
Schuetz, Eenziehausek & Co.,
100 and 102 Market st, cor. Pint ave.
100 pieces of new style American chillis,
at $ cts per yard, at H. J. Lynch's, 438
and 410 Market street
.FOR, FORTY-EIGHT DAYS ?,
'.of. a historical romance trrtttm bv Taaouln
Rsfttto-tn las best vein, tmd published in com- I
fftclcform in to-morrow's Dispatch.' J
Protecting tee Most Exposed andVolnerable
Port of Onr Bodies.
Primitive man, being by nature a fight
ing animal, fought for the most part at first
with his great canine teeth, his nails and bis
fists; till in process of time he added to those
eaily and natural weapons the further per
suasions of a club or shillelagh. He also
fought, as Darwin has very conclusively
shown in the main for the possession of the
ladies of his kind, against other members of
his own sex and species. And if you fight
you soon learn to protect the most exposed
and vulnerable portion ofyour body. Or if
you don't, natural selection manages it for
you, by killing you oft as an immediate con
sequence. To the boxer, wrestler or hand to hand
combatant that most vulnerable portion is
undoubtedly the heart A ha-d blow, well
delivered on the left breast, will easily kill,
or at any rate stun, even a very strong man.
Hence, "from a very early period, men have
used the right hand to fight with and have
employed the lelt arm chiefly to cover the
heart and to parry a blow aimed at that
specially vulnerable region. And when
weapons of offense and defense supersede
mere fists and teeth it is the right hand that
grasps the spear or sword, while tbe left
holds over the heart for defense the shield or
From this' simple origin, then; the whole
vast difference of right and left in civilized
life takes its beginning. At first, no doubt,
the superiority of the right hand was-only
felt in the manner of fighting. But that
alone gave it a distinct pull, and paved the
wav. at last, for its supremacy elsewhere.
For when weapons came Into use, the
habitual enmlovment of the right hand to
grasp the spear, sword or Jtmie maue tne
nerves or muscle of the right side far more
obedient to the control of the will than
those of the left. The dexterity thus ac
quired by the right see how the word
"dexterity" implies this fact made it more
natural for the early hunter and arti
ficer to employ the same hand preferentially
in the manufacture of flint hatchets, bows
and arrows, and all the other manifold ac
tivities of savage life. It'was the hand with
which he grasped his weapon; it was there
fore tbe hand with which he chipped it To
the very end, however, the right hand re
mains especially "the hand in which vou
bold your knife;" and that is exactly how
onr own children to this day decide the
question which is wnich, when they begin
to know their right hand from their left for
Conflagration Jones Comments Upon the
New Method of Executing Criminals.
From the Cnicago lnter-Ocean.2
There is no mistaking the fact that it has
some advantages. It is easy and high-toned. (
It has all the merits of a "sitting down job,"
which some people, especially farm hands,
regard as the dearest thing iu life. There
is a sort of barber chair kind of comfort at
taching to it, and it is said to be infinitely
easier on the victim than a dry shampoo
conducted under the fire of a cross-examination
as to personal preferences regarding es
sences and flavoring extracts. I can readily
believe this, although I hope never to be
able to give a testimonial as to
tbe efficacy of electricity in any
such veterinary doses ss the New
York operators insist on giving. From all
accounts it will be a pleasant, hospitable
proceeding, although something of a confi
dence game, with the laugh on the criminal.
He is to be invited to take a seat on the
trick chair and make himself at home. He
will do so, feeling quite flattered. Then
someone turns the spigot, a trifling matter
of 1,000 volts is let into the ring, and that is
all. A man may be able to handle a few
volts at a time in fact, I have known of a
person consuming a volt a day for 30 con
secutive days but volts taken in lots of
1,000 at one time are said to impair a man's
health. It is wise to be moderate in all
things, especially in volts.
One of the chief beauties of hanging men
in barbers' chairs is the complete subjuga
tion of the hanging reporter. No more will
we hear of the prisoner ascending the scaf
fold with a firm tread, and how at 1:13 the
cap was put on, and 1:23 the drop fell. All
this stop-watch literature has got to go, and
best of all the regnlar announcement that
"he died game" will make us weary but a
few times more, and 1 don't care how few.
BEE EYESIGHT FAILING.
The Boy Who Wasn't Michael Didn't Appre
ciate the Joke at Alt
from the Detroit Free Press.l
The other day an energetic woman who
seemed to be in something of a hurry, came
out of a house that faces one of the small
parks that adorn Fifth street, and cafled
"Michael! come in to your dinner. D'ye
The boy was busily engaged in playing a
game of marbles, and although she repeated
tbe call two or three times, he never turned
his head or paid any attention to her.
The face of the woman looked threat
ening as she walked hurriedly toward the
boy, caught him by the collar, lilted him to
hislfeet and gave him a thorough shaking,
finishing off by soundly boxing his ears.
"I'll teach you to answer when I call yon
and do as you're bid," she said breathlessly,
and she released him.
A look of blank amazement overspread
her face as the bov blubbered out:
"My name ain't Michaell I ain't been
doin' nothing! What you walloping me
She went back to the house shaking her
head slowly, but all she said was: "I do
believe my eyesight is getting poor."
Some of the Queer Expression tbe Moun
IiewYork Tribune .1
The vernacular of the Kentucky moun
taineers is very bizarre. A man who wants
to say he fired two shots, says he "shot two
shots." Instead of saying that he got the
drop on his enemy, he says he "throwed his
gun fust "TJmpobSible" is used for impos
sible, and to "mislist" a man is to de
When a man says that "his word is his
jint," he means that he is speaking the
trnth. "How might you call you?',' is the
mountaineer's way of asking a stranger his
name and when one of them knocks at the
door ofa neighbor, and the question "What
do you. want?" is asked, his reply is "I
want in." The following dialogue between
two ydung mountain gallants illustrates
some of the peculiarities of their speech.
"Be it mohe lur you to tee Nance this after
noon?" "No; I don't have bound to, but I
CAREIKB P1GE0XS AND KAILEOADS.
How They May be Used to Supplement the
St Louis Globe-Democrat;
Superintendent Given, of the Bock Isl
and road, is making experiments with
carrier pigeons with a view to using them to
supplement the telegraph service. One day
recently he sent 34 pigeons by express from
his home to Brooklyn, a station on the Bock
Island, 70 miles east of Des Moines. They
were released by the station agent there.
The birds first rose in the air and made a
circuit of the town as if to get their bear
ings, and then took a bee-line straight west
toward home. They made the 70 miles
back in less than two hours, and all but
three reached Superintendent Given's house
in good condition.
"Una," fancy spring patent flour, best
in the world. tts
A GREAT T0RY. EVUSUSL
interest it earlu California vioneers. writlen bu
Joaquin Miller, entitled "For Fortyight
Days," will be '
wtu oe puotunea complete tn to-mor-
Pittsburg Clergymen Bring Impor
tant Church News From 5. I.
THE NORTH WILE NOT INFRINGE
On Their Southern Brothers' Domain, hat
CHANGING THE" CONFESSION OP FAITH
Eev. George Purves, B. D., pastor of the
First Presbyterian Church, of Pittsburg,
and Kev. L N. Hays, D. D., of thj Central
Presbyterian Church, of Allegheny, who
were delegates to the General Assembly that
met in Dr. Crosby'schurch, New York City,
returned last evening and had some inter
Dr. Purves, when asked in reference to
what had been done by that body, said it
had been a most important, a very busy
and very enthusiastic! meeting. One of the
main subjects considered was whether the
Freed men's Board, which has its headquar
ters in this city, should be continued, or be
amalgamated with the HomeMission Board.
This was debated very earnestly, as some of
the delegates, principally from"Washington,
thought there was reason to doubt as to its
workings, but it was felt their doubts arose
because'of taking views in perspective. The
Assembly decided that the work was so im-
portant that it should still be carried on as
it had been; or pusnea wnn greater energy.
The board has come out with flying colors,
and was heartily indorsed.
THE NOKTH AND THE SOUTH.
Another important question was one that
has engaged the Assembly's attention for
several years its relations to the Southern
work. A paper was adopted which is prac
tically a treaty between the two churches,
containing agreements to co-operate in for
eign missionary work, and the orth not to
establish churches in the South on ground
covered by the Southern Assembly. The
Southern body agreeing to help in the work
among the freedmen. This was adopted en
thusiastically, as it is believed to be a step
toward organic union. On the temperance
question, the Assembly repeated its old de
liverances in favor of entire suppression of
this evil, and finally came out in favor of
prohibition. They were, however, very care
lul to declare they did not mean to be led
into a political discussion of the matter, or
to indorse a third party, or any other party.
Some thought this was not going far enough;
in fact, the majority seemed to favor abso
lute prohibition, yet it was decided not to
send out any deliverance to that effect.
On the question of the 'education of the
ministry there was a very earnest debate. It
had been proposed on account of the scarcity
of ministers there not ,being iearly enough
in comparison to the work tojbwer the
standard of the qualifications demanded of
applicants. A long report was brought in
by Dr. Morris, of Cincinnati. The majority
thought it a mistake to do this, as they felt
it would be a backward step for the cnurch
to take. Still there might be exceptions
CHANGING THE CONFESSION.
Perhaps the most important question was
that of changing the Confession of Faith.
The Assembly decided not to declare itself,
but to leave it to the Presbyteries. An over
ture was therefore sent to them, asking if
revision were desired, and, if so, to what
extent In this it is fully understood that
no doctrine shall be altered, only the
phraseology, so that to some it may be
made plainer. The Presbyteries ot Jin
gland and Scotland are npw agitated on
this same question, but they are thoroughly
. loyal to its principles. Dr. Purves did not
thine any serious cnanges wouia oe maue,
but rather felt that they would still stand
by the old colors.
Dr. Hays had not made up his mind on
these questions, as he is so full of the Con
stitutional amendment in this State. He
thinks that it has made great gains in the
past two or three weeks, and that on the
18th day of June it will be passed by a
good majority, or at least he says "so mote
it be." J
HE SAYEI) THE SHIP.
Bv Sacrificing an Actreu' Baggage and a
From the Chicago Tribase.1 ,
"Captain," reported the officer," as he
came up from below, pale with fear, "the
water is gaining on us. We must lighten
With the presence of mind that distin
guishes the true hero from the craven in the
hour of peril the captain instantly called
all hands on deck.
"Men," he said, and his deep voice rang
out, clear and strong, over the wild waste
of waters that threatened to ingulf the
stately vessel, "throw those things over
board!" The sailors went to work with the energv
of despair. In less than an hour they had
thrown over the side of the vessel the pri
vate baggage of a traveling actress and
three fashionable canes belonging to a Lon
don dnde, and the gallant ship, with her
leak now high above waterk bounded on ber
course like a thing of life. Her commander
had saved her.
Ho Itllght as Well Have Been.
Two young Africans were one day fish
ing from a wharf, when one of them fell
into the water, and was drowned. The sur
vivor's grief was so uproarious that a sym
pathetic bystander inquired if the drowned
boy was a relation. "No," said he. through
his tears, "he warn't no relation, but he
mout'a well been he had all de bait"
Wlint tbe Bakers Say.
There is an old saying that the proof of
the pndding lies in tbe eating. The best
proof of tbe excellence of the famous "Iron
City Brand" of flour, made by Whitmyre &
Co., the sterling millers, lies in the fact that
the bakers of Allegheny countv are gradu
ally adopting its use on account of its solid
qualities. Give it a trial.
. All the leading brands of port, sherry,
madeira, claret, Ehein wines and cham
pague. SCHUETZ EElfZIEHATJSEjr & Co.,
100 and 102 Market st, cor. First ave.
All-wool ingrains only 60c a yard; anv
quantity and a variety nf patterns; good
brussels carpet at 40c a yard.
68 and 70 Ohio St., Allegheny.
THE GIANT'S lERH,2f JgS.5
for the young folks, written for the buxsAY
Dispatch by Mrnest H. Heinrichs,
Ladies' Suit Parlor.
See the lovely white and cream suits in
mull, mohair and lansdown, for evening
Tbs Pabcels & Jokes, 29 Fifth ave.
See the advertisement of the dedication
of St. Johri's E. C. Church at Phillipsburg,
Pa., on the third page.
'PBArjENHEiM & VlMACK-'s Iron City
beer is the best in the market Pure, whole
some and nutritions. i ttssu
Men's flannel shirts for dress, boating,
fishing, etc. James H, Aiken & Co.,
00 J'ifth ave.
I M tTIlEW aromanUe
lUu lflr Al'Ii lriAilJJMl, incident of
an Indian campatm tn California, is eloquent
ly described in Joatrtiln Miller's thrilling ro
mance. "i'irYjrtii-eiini vaus." suoiunea com
vim tn io-morrowt uipr atuh.
It Wasn't Such a Snail Job bat Thev Get
"By George! I've got him," exclaims
our friend in the chair, and as we hastily
looked up, he is seen apparently fighting to
keep his rod erect, while something at the
other end is convulsively dragging it down
ward, with suth jerks as threaten to part
the line or break the rod. The reel is whiz
zinc in a threatening way,and our friend has
a hard time to keep his thumb on the barrel
of the reel, and at the same time avoid hav
ing his knuckles rapped and torn by the
rapidly revolving handle. His left, as yet,
grasps the rod above the reel and forces
tbe socket into his groin.
"Bring out that belt, Tom," he yells, and
Tom comes jumping down the rocks, in one
hand his gaff-hook and in the other aleather
belt, with a short round pocket sewed on in
the center. This Tom hastily buckles
around the waist of the fisherman, when,
carefully shifting the pole, he places the
butt in his pocke? and is thus protected
from possible injury, which the great lever
age of the, fish's pulling on the top of the
rod can easily produce. The fish, in the
meantime, has succeeded in getting away
tion. Our friend has carefully kept a pres
sure on the reel, while indulging his ma
jesty in imaginary freedom in running, but
which he begins to realize "uncanny,"
and as our eyes follow the slender thread of
tne Jine in its distant entry into tne water,
it is seen to rise, and presently, with a
whirl of his tail, the fish shows himself;
looking then to our unskilled eyes a very
monster, and as he again disappears we un
hesitatingly pronounce him full six feet
long. "Oh, no," says onr friend in reply
to onr exclamation,' "he is not over a SO
pounder, but he is a good one see him
fight!" and the victim tugs and tags, with a
desperation born of a foresight of his ca
lamity, but it vain and in another 10 min
utes he loses heart and sheers in toward the
.shore, when our friend is put to all' his
skill to checc and reel mm in neiore he
reaches a huge rocK inshore for which he
heads just in time! The next wave moves
him bodily this side of 'that rock and the
road is clear to warpinghim in.
It Happened to be One of tho Small Bones o
tlio Human Foot.
A few weeks ago a party of young people
three or ionr couples, perhaps among
whom were a pair of medical students, at
tended a "pop-corn sociable" at a leading
church. When they came away the sugges
tion was made, and carried out, that the
boys should take away some of the pop
corn in their pockets, since the young
women were not provided with such recep
tacles. . ' i
. As the party strolled down the street in
conples, the feminine members of it helped
themselves from the pockets of their escorts.
The first of the young ladies finally bit
upon a fraement which was extremely hard
and unyielding, and which she threw away.
Shortly she found a couple more, and at
length, removing one from her month, she
remarked: "This is the hardest pop-corn I
ever encountered." They were passing
under an electric light, and she held it up
adding, "Why, what is it, anyway?"
The yonng man took it without observing
that tbe medical student who followed was
speechless with laughter. The latter re
covered his equanimity in time to explain
gravely, when-called upon, that it was' one
of the small bones of the human foot He
did not add, however, that it was one of a
handfnl which he had slipped into the first
young man's pocket jx few moments before.
The young ladies did not eat any more of
HOW TO PR0N0UKCE IT.
The Facta Give No Encouragement to
Affected Pronunciation ol Vase.
The poets give no encouragement to
dainty people who pronounce vase as though
it were written vaze or vauz. Thus Pope:
"There heroes' wits are kept in ponderous
And beaus' in snuff-boxes and tweezer-cases."
Byron supports Pope in these lines:
"A pure, transparent, pale, yet radiant face.
Like to a lighted alabaster vase."
Moore, who was a very dainty gentleman,
and associated much with the arbiters of
fashion, has the following:
"Grave mo a enp with brilliant grace.
Deep as tho nch and holy vase," etc.
Keats adds the weight of his authority:
"Fair, dewy roses brush against onr faces.
And flowering laurels spring from diamond
Notwithstanding these and many other
examples in the poets, fashionable people in
England universally give the word a broad
pronunciation, not quite vauz and not quite
vaze, but something between. Which shall
we obey, Parnassus or Belgravia? Parnas
sus, of course.
FRENCH CROWN LINEN.
Some Use In Homily From the Trade Point
The representative organ of the blinch
iseuses of Paris seems inclined to think
that after all there is some use in royalty
at all events from the trade point ot view,
While lamenting the dwindling off ot the
stock of official linen in Prance, the Bulletin
states that at Fontainbleau alone were
1,000 pairs of sheets, 1,000 and odd
dozen napkins, and 900 table cloths,
The other royal or imperial palaces were
even more liberally supplied. And beside
all this there was the' Crown linen, which
existed up to 1870, and generally included
5,000 sheets, a large number of bath-gowns,
peignoirs, napkins and toilette covers,
aprons, teacloths, etc., amounting in all to
between 30,000 and 40,000 pieces, entailing
a yearly washing bill of some 1,500.
The Bulletin also furnishes us with the
interesting details, that Napoleon T. in
variably slept between Holland sheets, bnt
strange to say his august nephew did not
follow mon oncle in this particular, pre
ferring ordinary linen sheets; Louis XVIII.
and Charles X.,,on the other hand, could
only repose between sheets of the finest of
fine cambric. But, alas! the clorious days
of official laundrydora have been banished
by M. Carnot and bis predecessors.
The Wit ofa Bar Who Keeps a News-fetnnd
In Nerr York.
Mew York Tribune.
A news-stand in one of the busy down
town streets of this city is kept by a blind
boy, whose affliction brings him many cus
tomers. The writer, who buys a news
paper there at intervals, saw a newly
painted sign the other day in front of the
little table that holds his stock in trade. It
TO THE PUBLIC:
Blind Billy keeps this stand.
And this stand keeps Blind Billy
With your kind assistance.
"Hello, Billy!" was said to him, "you're
setting up lor a joker, are you, since I saw
you last? With the aid of that not wholly
original but highly appropriate sign, I sup
pose your trade is going ahead at a rapid
rate." Without the vestige of a smile
Billy replied: "What good hre your eyes
to you, after all, if you can't see that my
business is at a stand still?' Even a blind
man could see that."
J. H. Johnston's gun store removed to
706 SmithCeld street.
to days in CaHfornla, entitled "ForForty-eight
Days," tcill be published complete fn to-mor-
rows DttejLiaa,-- .jt
The total amount of gold ordered for ex
port at New York, yesterday, was 88,850.000.
i The Milwaukee and Northwestern officials
offer 1500 reward for tbe man who robbed the
train at Ellis Junction.
The Cunard Steamship Company and tbe
Oceanic Navigation Company have secured
tbe contracts to carry the outward British
The storm of Thursday night was wide
spread. A very "heavy rain fell at many
points, and at place in the Northwest snow
made its appearance.
Mr. WllliaBrO'Brlen. Member of Parlia
ment, who was recently released from an Irish i
Erison, nas gone to Nice to recuperate his
ealtb. A friend has placed a villa at his dis
posal. John Gllllland, who had recently moved to
IlllnoU from Columbus, O., was arrested last
night by the Sheriff of this county npon a
requisition from the Governor of Ohio on a
charge of bigamy.
Wells York, aged 50, a section boss on the
Boston and Maine Railroad, committed suicide
at Ipswich, Mass., Thursday by cutting his
throat Despondency from ill health was the
probable cause. He leaves a widow.
The Carpenters' Union of Lowell, Mas.,
Thursday evening adopted a resolution notify
ing the 200 signers of the agreement to strike
on June 1 for nine hours and regular pay that
tbe obligation goes into effect at 5 P. M. to-day.
All contractors were notified to-day.
Rev. William L. Gage, who resided at Hart
ford, Conn., jumped from a fourth story win
dow of tbe Orthopedic Hospital, in Philadel
phia, yesterday morning, and died a few hours
later from his Injuries. Mr. Gage came to the
hospital for treatment for insomnia.
Acting Secretary TIchenor has informed
the Surveyor of Customs at Memphis that
chewing gum manufactured from imDorted
Mexican chicle and balsam tolu and domestic
sugar is not entitled to drawback under the
law, because o( the presence of domestic
Prof. H. SC Frawley, who disappeared mys
teriously from Buffalo on April 2$ and after
ward turned np in Chicaco, where he was sus-
Scctea oi complicity in tne plot to assassinate
ir. Cronin, is discovered to have defrauded
the American Business College in Buffalo of
A fierce gale raged over Lakes Ontario and
Erie and portions of Lakes Huron and Michi
gan Thursday. All arouud the lakes vessels
are reported wind bound and driven ashore. At
Chicago the wind reached a velocity of 40 miles
an hour and a number of vessels were forced to
-An Indian outbreak is reported in Keya
Paha county, on the Dakota frontier. Settlers
are said to be flocking into Norden and tbe
place is being fortified. Whether there is
really any trouble or this Is simply one ot the
periodical scares to which frontier settlers are
subject Is unknown at present.
There is no truth in the report that the
steamerLake Ontario was wrecked off Anticosti
Island, and that all hands were lost Inquiries
at various points along the cost of Anticosti
elicit tbe same answer that nothing has been
heard from the steamer since she passed out to
sea on Wednesday.
The annual report of the New Hampshire
State Bank Committee will show that the
savings banks of the State have $22,632,000 in
vested in Western loans, an increase of $918,400
over last year. The report will also show that
the number of depositors is 114.834. of whom
129,034 have more than $1,000 to their credit
A dispatch has 1nst been received hv thn
State Department from the American Minister
at Berne, stating that France and Austro
Hungarv have officially notified the Swiss Gov
ernment of their willingness to take nnrt in tho
International Labor Protection Congress,
which is to be held In Berne next September,
A gang ot lightning rod men have been
swindling farmers in Hancock and adjoining '
vuuuiiiuu"uui9, xuey rooDea a. a. xager,
of Bushnell, III, out of $500 recently on a bogus
contract, and Frank Lucie, a wealthy French
man living near Carthage, Bi, signed his name
to a paper which will, it is thought cost him
It was officially announced at the New
York Stock Exchange at3 p. ir. yesterday that
no more quotations will be distributed by
stock indicators or tickers. Quotations will
be gathered on the floor to-day, but members
will have to furnish them to customers .by
memorandum, as in former times. Tho order
goes into effect to-day.
Yesterday's bond offerings were as follows,
aggregating $1,165,000: Reentered 4s, $75,000 at
at 129H flat: $50,000 at 129 flat: $67,000 at 129
flat; $100,000 at 129 flat; $219,000 at 129 flat;
$100,000 at ISO flat Coupons, 4)s. $2,000 at 108
flat Registered 4Us, $261,500 at 108 flat Forty
thonoand dollars 4&S. registered, at 108. All
tbe 4 per cents wertf accepted.
A beaw sign was blown from the roof of a
honso in East Fourteenth street, New York,
yesterday, and a shower ot bricks and a piece
of coping were brought down with it Four
children who were gathering wood in front of
the building were struck by the falling missiles
and badly hart, onetof them receiving a frac
tured skull and the scalp of another being in
jured. While Ephralm Kessner was re'turning
from Leavenworth, Ind., Wednesday evening
lightning struck bis wagon. In which were
seated five persons besides himself, instantlv
kdling his wife and so severely shocking a lady.
iiaiucu vinuu luabsueuas uecome insane. Au
the others were more or les injured. The
wagon was shattered and one of the horses was
A telegram from Mount Auburn, Iowa, re
ports brief particulars of a White Cap outrage
which occurred there on Wednesday night, ana
in which several persons were .fatally injured.
Tho victim was a farmer and his barn was
burned down. Being driven out by the flames
he defended himself with a pitchfork, wound
ing several White Caps. AU parties implicated
are under arrest except the wounded.
Instructions have been issued by the Cana
dian Department of Railways and Canals for
tbe opening of all the StLawrence canals from
mldmbct Saturdays until 6 p. ir. Knnrtavs. This
'order is tbe outcome of tbe strong representa
tions oi oanaaian lonvaraers- mat Dy closing
tho canals all day on Snndav they are discrimi
nated against and that traffic was being di
verted to the Erie Canal which otherwise would
take the St Lawrence route.,
An exploslon,occurred yesterday afternoon
in the New Jersey Extraction Works on Staten
Island Sound, below Elizabethport A lurnace
blew up and threw boiling copper over a num
ber of employes. Wm, Dale wasfatillyburoed
and Edward McNamee was struck by a flying
bolt and is in a critical condition. Jimes
Wright and Samuel Elliott were also badly in
jured, but will probably recover. Thedamage
to the works amounts to about $5,000.
A shock of earthquake was felt on the left
bank of tbe Seine In Paris yesterday. Dis
patches show that earthquake shocks were not
only felt in the Channel Islands yesterday, but
also In tbe Isle or
aisu in .ijw v v . iui. uo uia,uiu4iirc3
were also experienced in many to ns on the
Wight The disturbances
iana oi uoin cneiana ana i ranee.
tbe places included are Portsmouth.
Cherbourg. Havant, Havre, Rouen, Granvillo
ana waen. n o damage was uone anywhere.
G. S. Worrncr & Sons, of Chicago, Detroit
and St. Louis, dealers in machinery on commis
sion, maue assignments simultaneously in those
cities yesterdaj .the assignee In each case hcirg
James M.Arnold. Tbe main house is at De
troit The liabilities of tho Chicago honse are
?57,000, assets only S12.H0. The largest creditors
of the Chicago house are the National Bank of
America of Chicaco, 813.000; the Ene City Iron
Work'. Erie, Pa., $12,049; G. S. Wormer, De
A dispatch from Oxford. Chenango county.
N. Y., says that Garrett Wheeler, a foreman in
tho stone quarries there, was fatally shot bv
Nelson Brackett, one of tho workmen, at 10:30
Thursday night The assault was made with
out warning and was inspired by revenge bc
cane Wheeler had been concerned In the nro
ecution of Brackett's brother for an offense
which ho bad committed. Wbeelcr is a middle
aged man, and has a wife and two children.
Brackett has been arrested.
ProHtingby the recent events at Samoa,
when tbe treasure of the wrecked Trenton uas
recovered by means of a diving anparatns bor
rowed lrom tbe British man-of-war Calliope,
tbe Nav Department has determined to equip
each of our naval vessels with a complete alv
ing apparatus. By order a submarine diver is
also to be detailed as part of tbe complement
of each vessel in commission. No trouble is
anticipated in securing linkable men, as there
are always members of tbe crew who make
Francis Raffcrty. the, laborer who was
Killed by Charles R. Partrldse. the New York
lumber merchant, on Wednesdiy, had a very
thin skull. This was" tho principal reason why
the blow dealt him by the lumber dealer with a
hickory board rule' proved fatal sq quickly.
Coroner Hanlv. accompanied by Dtpnty Coro
ner Donlin and Dr. Frank Ferguson, the expert
pathologist who made tho autopsy on Mind
Reader Bishop's body, went to tho New York
Hospital, yesterday afternoon, Dr. Ferguson
wielded the knife and tbe two .doctors were
surprised to find that Ratferty's sknll was the
thinnest one they bad ever seen. In some
places itVas no thicker than Heavy paper.
Parts that in an ordinary adult's skull are ono
eigbth of an inch thick, in Ratferty's had a
thickness of barely bne tbiriy-secondth of an
In the Rhode Island Assembly yesterday a
report from tbe Committee on Elections, con
cerning the Block Island bribery cases, was
read. Tho report stated that 75 to 100 men
wero bribed to vote for John G. Sheffield, Jr.
(Republican), who holds the seat, and thit
from $25 to $10? were paid for votes. The cor.
motion revealed by' tbe report wai almost Im
possible to believe. The Republicans made
counter charges against the Democrat of simi
lar proceedings, and with tbe report was a
resolution that he fras not legally elected and
not entitled to his seat in the House, and that
Christopher E. Chapman was entitled to the
seat held by Sheffield. The House voted 40 to
21 to eontiBae the matter to the Jaaaarr ses
sion. The Committee on Special 'Legislation
reported an act calling a convention to prepare
the Constitution, and It was Immediately"
passed by one majority.
At the annual meeting of tbe Atlantic and
Pacific Railroad Company, in Boston, yester
day, the following directors were elected: E.
F. Wlnslow, Jesse Sellgman, W. F. Backley,
W. Ii Frost Erven Ora KHurard H. Pardee.
W. B. Strong, B. P. Cheney. George C.Magonn.
J. J. McCook, Alden Speare, L. O, Wade and
J. A Williamson. The directors chose as offi
cers: President. J. A. Williamson; Secretary
and Treasurer, H. W. Gardner: Auditor, F. E.
Hancock;General Manager olWestern division,
V. R. Robinson; of Central division, H. L. Mor
rill. President H. C. Nutt resigned office on
account of ill health.
Details of tbe disaster at Danville show
that the loss of life and property was greater
than at first supposed. The following Is a list
of the killed and wounded: Killed: Robert
Prultr, white, carpenter, death instantaneous;
William Young, white, carpenter; B. G. Jones,
white, carpenter, crushed internally, skull
fractured: Buck Kooper. colored, hod carrier,
skull crusbedfHenry Oakes. white, carpenter,
SKnll crushed and hurt internally; D.N. Collie,
white, carpenter, skull crushed, arm broken,
injured internally. Injured: W. H. Crowley,
white, carpenter, hurt in head, may recover;
Tom Sawyers, white, carpeuter. two ribs
broken: E. W. Young, boss bricklajer, injured
in shoulder and internally; John Strainer, col
ored, hurt about body, will recover; Turn
Carter, colored, brick carrier, hurt in back and
Cause for Alarm.
Mrs. Gadly Eeally, 1 hae grave fears
that my husband is falling into bad habits.
The neighbors say that he hardly ever
comes home' until away along into the
Mrs. Homely The neighbors! Do you
not hear his return? j
Mrs. Gadly O, no. You see my daughters
and I are leaders in society, and we never
get home until long after he does.
Blocker's Dutch Cocoa is made
only of the ripest and choicest
cocoa beans, from which all the in
digestible and fatty substances-have
been carefully removed. It is un
adulterated with starch, arrow-root,
vanilla or sugar as other cocoas so
Blooker's Dutch Cocoa
costs a dollar a pound; the so
called, about half that, but Blook
er's goes as far again, one pound
making 150 cups. . Try a pound or
half pound 'tin from any leading
grocer or druggist' and ' prove the
reliability of the above statement.
GEO. K. STEVENSON & CO., AGENTa
A. of.E. R K P.
Association of Reirular Registered Resident
Physicians, No. 720 Penn avenue.
Dr. Orr invites the friends of the hundreds
of patients he has cured of catarrh and dys
pepsia during the last year to call and allow
him and bis associate physicians to prove that
they are what they claim to be, regular regis
tered resident physicians, wno are competent
to do all they claim, and that they are not trav
elers who stop in our city for a few weeks or
This association is founded for the protection
Of those who are being deceived by spurious
institutes and high-sounding, but hollow titles,
all nf which is no proof of ability orlegality.
We invite all persons suffering from chronic
diseases, medical or surgical, to call for con-v
sulfation, free, no matter if you have been pro
nounced incurable by some traveling doctor.
We do not turn away all persons not easily
Office hours 10 to 11:30 A. ir., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8
iny31-D 720 Penn ave . Pittsburg, Pa.
i now admitted by the medical authorities to
be a deficiency or undue waste of Ozidizable
Phosphorus normally existing' In the human
economy. The remedv consists in tbe admin
istration of a preparation of Phosphorus being
at once assimilable and ozidizable. WINCHES
TER'S HYPOPHOSPHITES is the only prep
aration of Phosphorus which combines these
characteristics in tbe bighest degree. For
Contu-nption, Bronchitis, Coughs, Sweats, and
Throat Diseases, it is unequaled. Recom
mended by Physicians. Sold by Druggists. 81
per bottle. Send for circular.
WINCHESTER & CO., Chemists,
myS0-2tTTS 182 William St, N. Y.
Or the Liquor Habii Positively Cured
by Administering Dr. Haines'
It can bo given in a cup or coffee or tea without
the knowledge of the person taking It: Is abso-
lynanniess, ana win enect a permanent sua
:uy cure, whether the patient Is a moderate
drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of
llrnnkArdshava been made temneraie men who
hive taken tiolden bpectfic lu their coffee without
their knowledge and to-day believe thev" gait
drinking from their own free will. IT .NEVKK
FAILS. The system once Impregnated with tho
Specific, It becomes an utter impossibility ror the
liquor appetite to exist ForsalebyA.J.Rankln.
bixth and Penn ave.. Pittsburg; E. Holden & Co.,
63 . Federal st, AllechenT. Trado supplied by
Heo. A. Kellv & Co . 9 lttburg. l'a. ae27-oS-TTS
ELIXIR OF OPIUM
Is a preparation of the Drug bywhlch its in
jurlons effects are removed, while the valuable
medicinal properties are retained. I possesses
all the sedative, anodyne, and antispasmodic
potters of Opium, but produces no sickness of
thestomacb.no vomiting, no costive ness. no
headache. In acute nervous disorder s it is an
invaluable remedy, and is recommeude a by the
E, FERRETT, Agent,
372 Pearl St, New York.
Contains the first of several spe
cially important papers in Mr. Ken
nan's series on Siberia describing
his investigations at the mines of
Xara, where he met great numbers
of political prisoners. In the Lin
coln History a chapter is devoted
to "The Resignation of Mr. Chase."
A timely paper discusses the Ca
nadian view of "The Relations of
the United States and Canada."
Illustrated papers include "Certain
Forms of Woman's Work for
Women," "The Bloodhound" (by
the owner of the, champions), "fearly
Heroes of Ireland," "Corot" (with
six engravings of his best works by
Elbridge Kingsley and two por
traits), "An American Amateur As
tronomer," etc. An article of great
interest is -"General Lee after the
War." Short stories, "King Solo
mon of Kentucky" (illustrated) and
"A Woman in the Case," poems,'
etc Ready everywhere June first.
Irnce, 35 cents. Published bv
THE CENTURY CO.. NJ Y,
The physicians of tbe Pnlypathic Medical and
Surgical Institute, at No. 420 Penn avenue, have
for years given cspeelal attention to tbe treat
ment of chreste diseases, and' cases
whfeh rpnmrA flnrail treatment, vtr Ml
ffortns of skin and blood diseases.
eczema or salt rheum, scrofula, acne, in
cludingereryform of ateeasa which manifests
itself by pimples, blotches or eruption on the
skin. By their eoastltntiona'I and local treat
ments they easily remove tbe worst formot
ernptlon on tbe skin, moth patches, freckles,
etc They also give especial attention to dis
eases of tbe kidneys and bladder, such as
Brlght's disease, congestion, enlargement, dis
placement 'and deposits of. sand and gravel
in, tho kidneys, and stone in the
bladder. Do you have, pain across
the small of the backf A weak, tired
feeling, especially in tbe morning, lick of
ambition, scanty urine and pain in voiding it,
with a brlckdustsedlmentr If so, these symp
toms point nnmlstakbly to a disease of the kid
neys or bladder. Often tbe kidneys become
diseased withont manifesting, any especial
symptoms and which can only be detected by a
thorough microscopical examination of the
All suffering from kidney or urinary
diseases are cordially invited to call and con
sult theo specialists, and bring a specimen of
urine with them, which will be given a free
microscopical and chemical analysis.
The doctors also treat successfully clubfoot.
tumors, hernia or rupture, ulcers, varicose
veins, hemorrhoids or piles, hare lip and other
ueiormuips. umce.nours, iutouKUA.3C.ito
1 and C to- 8 P. jr. Sundays, 1 to i p. at Con
sultation free. Treatment also by correspond
JAS. MM & BEO.,
BOILERS, PLATE AND SHEET-IRON
PATENT BHEET IRON ANNEALING
With an Increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery we are prepared to furnish aU work
In our line cheaper and better than by the old
methods; Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-ninth street and AUegheny Val.
lev Railroad. feorrs
J the PUREST, BEST and CUenett
Of alf Druggists, but beware of Imitations.
CTOTEL NORMANDIE, ATLANTIC CITY,
Under new management
T. a GlLLETTEProp'r.
of Colonnade Hotel, Phllad;
THE ELDREDGE.N0.18SOUTH CARO
LINA avenue, within three minutes' wait:
of depot or beach. Large, cheerful" rooms, ex
cellent table. Terms moderate. MRS.E.J.
ELDREDQE. Proprietress. mvlG-91-D
THE CHALFON1 E. ATLANTIC CITY, N. ,T.
MOVED TO THE BEACH.
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW.
Salt water baths in the house. Elevator.
apl6-81-D E. ROBERTS & SONS.
HOTEL LAFAYETTE? CAPE MAY CITY.
N. J., open all the year: strictly ttrst-cfass;
situated directly on the beach, opposite Iron
Pier. VICTOR DENIEZOT, Proprietor.
SEA GIRT, N. J.
Jel-2-p Wjnteralldress, Cinnamlnson, N. J.
CAPE MAY, N. J.
Directly on the beach.
W. W. GREEN.
TEDFORD MINERAL SPRINGS,
D BEDFORD, PENNA.
Leading mountain resort Water unequaled.
Hotel newly furnished. Toerge's Orchestra.
upens j une s. w rue lor circular.
L. B. DOTY. Manager.
CRESSON faPRINQS, PENNA.. MAIN
line Pennsylvania Railroad, on top of
THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE
Will open Jun 25. All trains stop t Crasson.
For circulars, eta. address
WM. R. DUNHAM, Snpt.
my7-2-psu Cresson. Cambria Co., Pa.
HEf . PRINCESS AM MEL,
' VIRGINIA BEACH, VA.,
Situated directly on the ocean, IS miles due
east of Norfolk, Va., via Norfolk and Va.
R. R. This great seaside resort presents
every advantage for luxury, comfort and
Summer season opens Jnne 20.
Elegant drives ontbebardbeach and through
the piney woods. The best surf bathing: on tbe
coast Send for Illustrated pamphlet New
York office, 44 Broadway.
my30S-TT3 S. E. CRITTENDEN, Manager.
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BILE POISONED BLOOD.
Nearly erery one is occasionally troubled
with bilious attacks, more especially in the
sprlnc months, after the system has been sur
feited with hearty food during tbe winter. The
action of the Liver is interfered with, causing
an oveiflow'ot bile Into tbe blood. The blood
carries this bile Into every part of the system.
causing yellow skin, yellow eyes, liver spots,
etc., and often serious cases of blliousfever
originate from this bile poisoned blood. A
few doses of Burdock Blood Bitters, taken on
appearance of bilious symptoms, will remove
them and protect the system from a probable
Run Down in the Spring.
I am uslii" Burdock Blood Bit
ters for bick Headache and B1I
InnMAH. r l thn h4tmpflleinA 1'
ever took. I was so run down this
spring from overworn mat my
husband urged me to see a doctor.
I was scarcely ablo to stand and
concluded 10 try B. B.Bilters first;
tbe first bottle is not yet finished,
but I can go about mv work with
pleasure already. I shall take an
JlltS. JoniT D03T3JET.T.T,
care of Edward Dooley.
15 Lyman Btreet, Springfield,
I tell you for the benefit of oth
ers what Burdock Blood Bitters
has done for me.. I have been a
sufferer for years from Liver Com
plaint and weak stomach. At
times I was so bad tbat I would
apply to our familv physician for
relief, which wouldbo butttmoor
ary.LastfaUIhadanunnsualli'bad spell. My mother bought a bottle
of Burdock Blood Bitters, and It
gavo me great relief, ft helped
me more than anvtbiug I have
ever taken. It Is also excellent
for constipation. Mrs. Lizzie
Gbudb, Ickesbnrg, Perry Co., Pa.
Last spring my health became very poo
had no appetite and my liver troubled
used several medicines, but obtained i
until I was finally persuaded'tn
Blood Bitters. This medicine r
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A FINE PIECE OF
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Italian and American Hemp Packing;
Clothes Lines, Twines, Bell Cord. Fish Lines,
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WORKS East street. Allegheny City, Pa,
OFFICE AND SALESROOM-SI Water st,
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SOMETHING NEW FOR FENCES.
MADE FROM STEEL PLATES FOR
LAWN OR FARM FENCE
window guards, trellises,
LATHING FOR BUILDINGS,
It can be made a substitute for ne
every purpose for which wirelsu
and is far more durable and chea- v. f
It Is raucb. superior to wire viEln
every way. It Is solid at all pomts of
Send for illustrated Circulars and
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116 Water street, Pittsburg, Pa.
If you suffer from Headache, Nausea, Diiii
ness, Faintncss, Alternate Costiveness and
Diarrhoea, Yellow Complexion, Weakness, Ach
ing Shoulders or any other symptom of, bilious
ness or Liver Complaint, procure a bottle rf
B. B. R, which will correct the clogged condi
tion of tbe Liver, cleanse the blood of all im
purities and tone np the entire system. It Is
an acknowledged fact by all who have used
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS THAT ONE
BOTTLE CONTAINS MORE CURATIVE
PROPERTIES THAN GALLONS OF ANY
OTHER MEDICINE KNOWN.
A Horrible Condition.
I was in & horrible condition from
dyspepsia and a combination of other
complaints. In the morning when I
got out of bed it seemed as if I could
not stand np on account of dizziness.
Hearing Burdock Blood Bitters high
ly recommended, I am now using the
first bottle, and, although not having
used quits a full bottle, the dizziness
has entirely disappeared and I am
much better of my other complaints.
I have tried many other medicines,
with no relief.
Mes. Mart CHAturcxr,
625 E. Ransom St., Kalamazoo. Minn.
I had been troubled with Liver
Complaint. Indigestion and Palpita
tion of the Heart for five or six years
and could get nothing to do me any
good until I tried B.-B. u. xnseaia ,
bottles and now I am a sound man. I
reel better than I ever did In my life.
My digestion became all right and 1
have no more trouble with mv heart-,
I feel very gratefnl toward BB.Bf-
anaieei nae recomnienujngieTery-t
where. Yours rcpectfullv, JFJtAJJK1
Hickman, New Straitsvllle, JPerry
I have been taking Burdock Blood Bitters
and using it In my family this spring. For
three years 1 bavehadthedypepsU.J'gota
bottle or two of your Bitters asd taey.hava
cured me; and I never felt better la my link It
9 cure ior UYspepsia, ana: mese
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