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    OMA1TA DAILY BEE SATURDAY , DECEMBER 0 , 18PQ.
THE CITY.
Ono $25 permit wnaissucd by the build
ing inspector yesterday.
Mrs. Mnrium E. M. Wlnstnnloy hits
lot the contract for building thrco $1,600
cottngcs in Orchard Hill.
A cnr load of mackerel from Canada
lor McCortl , Brady Ss Co. passed the cus
toms houBo yesterday morning ,
D. V. Sholes will build a three-story
structure of stores nnd Huts at Sixteenth
nnd Hickory streets which will cost
$15,000.
Mrs. Lowlfl Durham , who wns badly
burned with kerosene while lighting iv
fire Thurfcdtiy morning , died at 6:30 :
o'clock in the afternoon at St. Joseph'
hospital.
The Union life Insurance company ,
which mm organized at Hustings llvo
jcar ugo and hits been doing iv big busi
ness in the state , bus boon reorganized
as the Union life of Omnha and Uio
headquarters removed to this city.
The mtmlrers and supporters of Par-
neil In Omnha Thursday bent him a
cablegram urging him to stand ilrm and
pledging him their support. The cable
gram was signed by John Groves , M. V.
Gannon , Jninus Hronnnn and 100 others.
First clnss Turkish baths 75c at the
Natatorium , ladles anil gentlemen.
Dr. Blrnov cures catarrh , Boo bldg.
French ConvorHiitlim in Klvo AVrcks.
Today at 7 p. in. free lessons at Y. M.
C. A. , fully illustrating the natural
method. Gorman at1:30 : and 8 p. tn.
Diphtheria.
Mlcrobo Killer Is a specific
For this dreadful disease !
It has never failed I
Gents : I can certainly pronounce your
wonderful Microbe Killer a specific for
diphtheria. Mlcrobo Killer conquered
diphtheria in our baby in three days.
The throat was badly swollen and com
pletely covered with membrane. Mi
crobe Killer immediately destroyed tbo
membrane , which turned black and
came olT , and the child was completely
restored to health. I believe it will euro
any case of diphtheria , and wo feel sure
it saved our baby's life. Mrs. Chappoll ,
721 Seventeenth street , San Francisco.
Give Mlcrobo Killer to your children.
It will destroy the gonns , and they will
not take diphtheria. If they have the
disease , give Mlcrobo Killer freely , and
it will cure thorn surely and quickly.
For sale by Kulm & Co. , druggists.
I First class Turkish baths 76c at the
Natatorium , ladies and gentlemen.
MATEIUATj MI3N SHU I1 OUT.
Tito Kited or the Assignment or a
Sewer Contract In This City ,
All the members of the board of public
works were at the session yesterday after
noon.
Samuel Katz bid 39 cents for grading the
alley in block 107. The members thought
the prlco too high nnd the bid was laid over
for future corislderation.
Thodntm of Ed "Walsh was discussed.
Walsh hud the contract for constructing u
sewer on South Fourteenth street , and need
ing money to carry on the worl. .
assigned the full amount of the
clnlm , $3,423.00 , to the Commercial
National bank. After this material to the
amount of $1,273 was furnished by Johnsor
& Co. About the thno that the contract wns
completed the material man came infer
for his pay and found that the
money was hold by the hank. Walsh
pave bonds for the completion of the worl ;
ami the payment of the labor claims. It now
turns out that the city has accepted the work
und the laborers were paid , but tbo material
men have not been satisfied.
In speaking upon the case Major Fumy
sold : "If our bonds nro so loose Unit a con
tractor can co on and buy material from mcu
without their having any security. I regret it
very much , but such seems to bo the case. "
"It looks KB though our bonds Imvo been in
this condition , " said Mr. Klerstcau , "but in
the future I hope the board will
draw its bonds so that they
will protect the material as
well as the laboring menl" " 1 am not clear
upon this point and I think before taking any
action wo should have the opinion of the city
attorney/1 said Chairman Blrkhausor.
To find out whether or not Walsh's assign
ment to the bank wns valid , the board ilo-
clclod to meet next Monday afternoon at 1
o'clock to receive an opinion.
The street sweeping hill of C. E. Squires ,
amounting to ? 701 , was presented. It ovokcd
considerable animated discussion. On No
vember 8 the chairman of the board ordered
Mr. Squires to discontinue sweeping. On
November 25 the chairman again saw Mr.
Squires and ordered him to sweep a number
of the streets not included in tno contract.
On December 1 Squires wns ordered to again
commence sweeping under the schedule ,
which provides for payment at the ruto of
(15 per milo. . Squires proceeded with his
work and put in a bill of $701 for the entire
work performed. Blrkhausor charged that
Squires had charged inoro than the contract
price for the work. Squires explained by
laying that ho had , but that on the streets
included in hts contract a * vast amount of
dirt had accumulated between November 1
and December 8 , and that in most cases ho
had been compelled to go over the streets
two and three times. "That makes no differ
ence , " said Birkhauser. "It is the first time
that you have done good work during the sea
son. "
"Ho has done extra work , " said Mr. Klor-
Btead , "and I think payment should bo mad a
under the 10 per cent clause of the contract. "
This cluuso provides that when streets nro
not swept according to schedule the chair
man may order the sweeping and that It ) per
cent prollt shall bo allowed the contractor.
"I will oppose this bill , hut I want har
mony ana clean streets , " continued Mr. Blrk-
hnuscr. iit
"So do I , " responded Mr. Klcrstoad. "But
I do not propose to got down to d d down
right robbery to got it. "
"There Is no robbery about it , and I am
prepaid ) to back up my stand by the opinion
of the city attorney , " again remarked the
chairman.
At this point Major Furny poured oil on the
troubled waters by postponing the considers
of the bill until the next meeting. a10
Mr. Squires was Instructed to continue
sweeping , but was told that ho need not dc
any sprinkling.
. The question of provldinga snow nlow wns
tnktMi up nnd discussed at snino length , nftci
which Mr. Squires lomarkcd that ho hniJ
purchased ono of the latest and most idn
proved kind and invited an Investigation. nth
Mr. Blrkhausor was not satlsllcd with
dropping the street swooping question , and
ngnln brought it before the board by saying
"Wo want the streets swept during the balance
anco oT the season , but wo want to pay nc
cording to the scncdule.1'
"Mr. Blruhnuser , " said Mr. Squlras , "did
you over rend Major Dnlcombo's Intcrnrcta
lion of the contract regarding the $15 acr
mile and the 10 per cent clnusol"
"No , nor ! don't propose to. I am chair
man of the board this year , and not Majoi
Balcombe , nnd the sooner Kbmo pcoplo under
Btnnd this the bettor it will bo. "
"That may bo so , " continued Mr. Squires
as soon as ho could got in a word , "but semi
day you will wako up nnd ilml that the court ;
know 0.3 much about some things as yovr do. '
Matters were becoming decidedly Interest
ing when Mr. Kicrstcad moved an adjourn
incut.
U. H. Imuor anil Material.
Mr. James P. Lowe , engineer In the ofilci
of tbo supervising architect of the treasury
department , has been lu the city several day
investigating the characteristics of the post
ofllco site on block 80 , as well as the cost of
labor and materials , such as would enter luti
the construction of a largo building.
Ho has been in consultation with loom con
tractors concerning the peculiarities of heir
ground in this locality and other facts bear
Ing upon the details of the construction.
Ho expressed the opinion Unit plans wpuli !
DO prepared In such n way as to admit of ad
ditions to the building , In case an addlonn
appropriation should bo secured , m such :
way ns not to mar the symmetry of the whole
Work upon the building will probably bo
commenced in the spring.
SI1OK DEPAUTMENT.
Lndies' nnd Children's Blio-s Only1.
The Morse Dry Goods Company vmnt
every lady that buys shoos to oxamlno
their now stock. There are many rea
sons why you should sco these goods.
1st , wo make a specialty of ladles' and
children's shoes.
2d , wo sell indies' fine boots at $3.00 ,
$1.12o and $ l.8o that shoo stores ask $5. GO
nnd 80.00 for.
3d , wo have boys' school shoes THAT
WILL WEAR. Our IKON CLAD shoo
for boys at $3.1C will give you satisfac
tion.
1th. Every Saturday wo have some spe
cial bargains to otToi1 in
Ladles' shoes , $1.58 , 81.60 , 82.15.
Child's shoos , $1.22 , $1.'IS ; bargains.
Our children's shoes at 81.48 is a Turn-
plco goat with a long A. S. tip. Sold by
all nhoo slorcs at SI.75.
Men's Christinas slippers , embroid
ered , 81.00.
Men's Christmas slippers , embroid
ered , $1.25.
Men's allpnors , Russia calf , $2.G7.
Mon's Christmas slippers , just re
ceived.
Men's Christmas slippers ; now stock.
Morse Dry Goods Co. new dop't.
Morse Dry Goods Co. now dop't.
Mor&o Dry Goods Co. now dop't.
The $2.07 slippers are Russia calf ,
chamois skin lined , are hand sowed and
worth SI.00 a pair.
TIII3 MOHSK DRY GOODS CO.
TIIE MORSK DRY GOODS CO.
Will put on sale tomorrow ( Saturday
morning ) 300 boxes containing } tlo/.on
each men's fine initial handkerchiefs at
$1.05 a box.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS ,
FARNAM ST. ENTRANCE.
THE MORSE DRY GOODS CO.
Will ollor tomorrow ( Saturday ) One
hundred beautiful all wool English
smoking jackets for $8.75.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS ,
FARNAM STREET ENTRANCE.
AUo
CO dozen fine all silk mufllers , largo
sl/o nnd heavy quality , for $1.00 each.
MEN'S FURNISHING DEP'T OF
TIIE MORSE DRY GOODS CO.
All Mitslo nt Half Price.
0,000 pieces only lOc a copy at Moln-
bcrg'ti ' , ICth st. hot. Capital ave & Dodgo.
Isotlce.
Memorial service of Lodge No. 39 , Be
nevolent and Protective Order of Elks ,
will bo hold In the lodge room , Conti
nental block , Sunday , December 29 ,
1890 , at a p. in. G. W. SHIULDS , E. R.
THE EMPTY HONOK.
How the Clialrinniishio of the Council
IM Sought , by Aspiring Mortals.
There is a now turn in the plans for the or
ganization of the new council. Mr. Lowry
has withdrawn from the race for the presi
dency , preferring tno active work of the
iloor to the empty honor.
His withdrawal lias encouraged Moioarty
and OHhoff to renfw their light forthochalr-
nrunshtp. The latter wants a straight demo-
cratlo organization of the council , while More-
arty wants anything that will give him the
coveted position. There are democrats in the
council xvho will oppose cither of these aspir
ants , nnd this fact may open the road for a
republican president , in which case Mr.
Bechcl would probably ho elected. "Osthoit ,
however , relies upon a couple of republican
votes If the matter comes to a show down
between him nnd Morcarty.
Davis "isn't saying anything , " but if n
combine can bo patched up ho will probably
be at tlio head of it.
Tnus far , all attempts to Ret ten men to
agrco to perpotua'o ring rule in the council
has failed and the matter has been dropped
temporarily. Frank Morrissey , the combine
agent , is too busy to give the matter his entire
time. Ho has to do a little missionary work
each week to Iccop thouufavoiixblo committee
report on his affairs buried in the committee
of the whole. The rest of his titno Is em
ployed in working n boom for the appoint
ment as state oil inspector under Governor
Boyd.
Ed Burke , a Union Pacific shop man is the
latest candidate for city clerk and has quite a
following. It looks at present , however , as
though John Groves could hold the place
another year at least if ho would employ
force of democratic clerks under him.
A Mysterious Mooting.
Late yesterday afternoon all of the mem
hers of the democratic city central committee
received special Invitations to bo present at a
meeting to bo held at Julius Meyers' rooms
Twelfth and Farnani streets , at 8 o'clock this
ovcnliiK. The invitations close with the par
agraph , "It is of the greatest importance that
you attend. " The members of the committee
profess ignorance as to the object of the guth-
ering , though ono gentleman , wno states that
ho is in a position to know , says that it is for
no other purpose than to perfect plans for
capturing the organization of the new city
council.
German Conversation In Flvo Weeks.
,
Frco lessons toJity fully illustrating
tlio natural method , at Y. M. C. A. , ivt
4:30 : uud 8 p. in. French ut 7 p. m.
COUNT12HITJOIT DUCATS.
Jurymen Disgusted with the Action of
the "Magnetic" Henlcrs.
Ahucr Peeler of South Omaha , a man who
Is Unown to the police of this city as ono of
the most jjangerous counterfeiters In the
country , was tried before Judge Dundy yes
terday morning on the charge of defrauding
.Douglas White , a verdant youth fiom tuo
rural districts.
It was shown that Peeler had sold Whlto
several counterfeit Jo-gold pieces , which
might well have deceived nn expert. These
were produced in evidence and showed very
conclusively that the maker was uu expert ,
- as they had every appcarauco and almost the
Hug of genuineness.
White's testimony showed that ho was
aware of the spurious nature of the coin and
had bought it knowingly , The court decided
that , under the indictment , the accused was
not Riiilty , as the witness had not bcon de
frauded. The ] ury was instructed to return
a verdict of not guilty , which was douo.
Peeler was not released from custody , how
- ever , and [ mother indictment will bo found
ugalnst him.
The Jury which tried "Dr. " Davis and
wife , the alleged blackmailers , is seriously
considering the idea of requesting Judge
Dundy to enforce the payment of the line
assessed against Davis or to imprison him
for non-payment.
- One of the Jurymen stated tint the mem
bers of the Jury nad become convinced , sluco
seeing the actions of the pair about the fed
eral building and learning of the merits of
, the case , that they had boon Imposed upon
and deceived nnd further that , bad they
> known the facts in. the case before the ver
dict was returned as well ns they know them
now , they would have convicted both parties
- and recommended that they bo given the
severest penalty under the law.
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40 Xoiri the SUoduA ,
The fall of 189O will long be remembered as the greatest season for
[ BLACK CHEVIOT SUITS )
Ever known. The demand has fully equalled the supply , and at one time they were very scarce *
We have at all times tried to keep up with , the procession , but once in awhile we have been com
pelled to say to our customers , "They're all Gone. " Anticipating a still greater demand for them
for Holiday wear , ( for where's the man who don't like to dress up then even if it is only once a
year ? ) we have put forth our strongest efforts to get up a black cheviot suit that would please
our friendsand at the same time meet the most economical pocketbook. "We've accomplished
our object. Our buyer was instructed to buy the best \voolblack cheviot he could find at a cer
tain price. This he has done to our intense satisfaction. Next , to get them made. This he had
done by one of the best clothing manufacturers in the country , insuring an elegant fitting suit.
By buying an immense quantity of goods , ( nearly 4OOOyards ) and getting such anumber made
at one time ( over 60O suits ) we have been able to procure a suit fully the equal of those being
sold at from twelve to sixteen dollars. As we expect these suits to be the biggest advertisement
for us we Have ever had , a little description of them here may not be out of place. The ma
terial is a strictly all wool black cheviot , every fibre.The liningsare allgood substantial goods.
The binding a fine mohair , and as to the making well we had them made so that they would
make customers for us.
THE. STYLES ARE : *
FIRST Single-breasted sacks , without binding , with patched pockets.
SECOND Single-breasted sacks , mohair binding.
THIRD Double-breasted sacks , with double-breasted vests , with flat binding.
FOURTH Cutaway frocks 'without binding.
FIFTH Cutaway frocks with mohair binding. The pants to the bound suits have flat
braid running down on outside seam.
They come in regular sizes from thirty-three to forty-four. We shall place the entire Six.
hundred suits on sale to-day , in all styles , and in all sizes , at the one uniform price of
EIGHT DOLLARS A SUIT.
Undoubtedly the greatest sale of suits in the country to-day.
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FOURTEENTH AND DOUGLAS.
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IMPOSING ON DOUGLAS.
Non-Ttcstilont Poor Ones AVho Seek
Assistance in This Couiity.
The county commissioners' room was
turned Into on alnwhouso yesterday mornlnf ? .
Commissioner Corrlfjnn and nil the members
of his charity committee were present to hear
the tales of dostltuto people. Flvo persons
had thrown themselves upon the county.
There were two sisters , Ltzzio anil Annlo
Perkins from Milwaukee , who had journeyed
us far ns this citj when their funds hecume
exhausted. They were sent to Fremont ,
where they said they had relations.
Thomas Ulley had lost a foot in a railroad
accident at Colorado Springs. He was told
that Omahu was a charitable plato nnO was
furnished transportation.
Eel Bryant , a cripple from the Black Hills ,
had been hilled as far as this uity , and piven
to understand that ho would ho fed and-
clothed by the Douglas county authorities.
Gcorgo C. Jones , a resident of Sarpy
county , was sick and had a wife and child in
Pennsylvania , towards whom ho wanted to
Journey.
The Snrpy county pcoplo had brought
George to South Omaha , there telling him
that the Dorglas county commissioners would
furnish him all ho would ask toe.
After listening to the talcs of sorrow Mr.
Corrigan informed the three petitioners that
if they did not got , outsldu of the county
within an hour they would all bo arrested and
longed hi jail.
"I use Ayor's Cherry Pcctora Jfrccly in my
practicoand recommend it in cases of whoop
ing cough among children , having found it
more certain to euro that troublesome disease
than any othermcdicino I know of. " So says
Dr. Bartlett of Concord , Mass.
A Itrnco of Tljloves Captured.
Robert Morrissey wont to the police station
yesterday andcavo himself up. A warrant was
out for hts arrest for burglary and
grand larceny. Ho was implicated
with Frank Fisher in stealing a lot of
Elumbers' tools and a lot of load pipe owned
y II. D. Duncan from a school house where
Duncan hod a contract to do some work.
Chief Soavoy received a telegram yester
day from the Denver authorities , stating
that Fisher is under arrest thuro and will beheld
held until nn olllcer can bo sent after , him. A
third party concerned In the robbery has not
yet been upprohendod.
Throuprh coaches Pullman pnlnco
slcopoM , dining curs , free reclininfr chnir
cars to Chicago iind intervening points
via the gi'cn.t . Rock Island route. Ticket
otlieo 1U02 , Sixteenth nnd Furiuim.
Dr. Birnoy cures catarrh , Boo bldg
AXXO VXCilMKXTS.
These who admire the perfection of Irish
drama will bo pleased to learn that W. II.
Powers' play , "Tho Fairies' Well , " will bo
the attraction at Doyd's opara house on Mon
day , Tuesday nnd Wednesday next. The
pleco is founded on au old and well known
Irish legend , and abounds in poetry , patriot
ism and all the uoblo qualities that uuko up
the Irish oanractor. The peasant and the
nobleman are strongly contrasted , nnd love ,
jealousy , intrigue and crlnio nro generously
Intermingled. "Tho Fairies' Well" Is a com
panion piece to "Tho Ivy Leaf , " nnd has oven
been more successful than that famous play.
Mr. Carroll Jonnson. who was lost scon herewith
with Johnson & Slavln's minstrels , has
turned his attention to Irish comedy , and the
great success ho mndoiis Larry Dee In "Tlio
Fairies' AVoll" led him to the determination
to abandon black-laco Mr. Johnson will ho
well supported by the Powers company. Tha
sale of seats opens this morning.
Mr. W. U. Smyth , manager of "Tho Bur
glar , " which appears at the Doyil oa Thurs
day , Fridov and Saturday of next week , is In
the city. Ho represents that his attraction
has been doing the banner business in the
norUvcstcrn country. Mr , Al. Llpuiau is the
star. _
The Dcrvlllo family of musical sketch nrtlsU ,
singers nnd dancers , form a pleasing attrac
tion at the Eden Musco this \ \ cck. The horn
playing of the two little girls deserves
especial mention. Henry Dcrvillo is nn ac
complished cornotlst and wins laurels wher
ever ho plays. The Italian pypsy bund is a
novel musical attraction , Thsir airs ara
wierd and full of soul-stirring melody. Next
week one of the smallest persons living ; will
bo on exhibition , ana one of tbo most grace
ful Spanish skirt dancers of this season w
bo played ,
" Grind-tvit/i every wind. "
BARGAINS
tliat arc
BARGAINS.
( and for that day only )
We shall offer nn assortment
of
At Q reduction which is sure
to surprise everybody.
Ourbestgrades will be mark
ed down from $6 , $8
and $10 , to
Plainer- goods from $4 & $ B to
$3.OO.
MOTHERS
and others interested in
small folk and small clothes
will take notice that these
prices are less than the cost of
material. The fine work and
artistic combinations are our
contribution to the trade.
REMEMBER :
Monday , December Sth ,
BARGAIN DAY !
TEH POUNDS
TWO WEEKS
THINK OF IT !
AH a ricah Producer there caa be
no question bat that
SCOTT'S '
MUISION
Of Pure Cod Liver Oil and Hpphosphites
Of Llmo and Soda
is without a rival. Many have
{ rained a ponnd a day by tbo uio
of it. U cure *
CONSUMPTION ,
SCROFULA , BRONCHITIS , COUGHS AND
, FORMS OF WASTING DIS-
COLDS AND ALL -
EASES. AS rAr.tT.lUt.K AS MILK.
I Jleture you get tAoi/eiuiliic atthrrare
( jiotr <
THE BEST
IN THE WORLD.
ARE MADE BY THE
Woonsocket & Rhode Island Rubber Go
And wo are their western agents and alwuys carry u largo stock.
Address ,
SnieriGen Jland Sewed Shoe Go.
1204 and 1206 Harncy Street
6.8.
WATCHES.
DIAMONDS
and FINE JEWELRY
Solo Agoat in Omaha lor Gorhara Man
ufacturing Go's
Sterling
Silverware
MANTLE CLOCKS ,
RICH CUTGLASSand
CHINA.
Our Stock of Pine Goods is the
Largest and Our Prices the
Lowest
Como and see u ? .
Cor. Douglas & , 15th St
DR. BAILEY ,
GRADUATE DENTIST
A Full Set of Tooth
on. Rubber , for
A perfect flt cunrantoert. Teeth extracted
without piln or clangor , nnd without anaes
thetics. Oold and silver fllllnga ut lowest
rutei Ilrldgo and C'rown Work. Tenth wltU-
outpl.-Uei All work wurMiitcd.
OFFICE PAXTON BLOCK , 16TH AND FARNAM
Entrance , JBth street elevator Oj > ca ovoa
o'clock
LVON &HEALY1
BTATC * . MONHOI STa.CmcAOO. '
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NO GURElr NO RAY.
OWNS : ,
1316 Douglas Street , Omaha , Neb.
Tenlnen
the icrcnt
Bpcrmati
curu. a. m. to Consultation 12 m. free. Hook ( Uynterlea of Life ) cent froii.6liicoii"our 'Ua."iiT. * to"f"pY * ni"'Bund'ayi W
OMAHA STOYE REPAIR WORKS
Street.
Steve rciulrs of all descriptions for ooolc and hoatln , ' stovoi , family and hotel ranges. Watet
Httnchments a spceliilty. i 3
TolpnllOnP CbC C ROBERT UHL.IG , Proprietor , I J
eiepnone
tDLJc. . M. EATON , Manner. ! 4j
jTr't"r nl/r moniiiinn iini.u
OH JL _ J J-XfJL. cunatn luto20dijri.
HoptyUllcufid.DB J.8TtHlEU8tibnioao.
THEDUEBLR FACTORIES
HAMPOEN LARGEST
WATCHES IN THE
THE BEST. WORLD.
THE TIME
BEST KEEPER.
BEND FOR THE DUEDER
OUR BOOK , , WATCH CASE
"FRAUDS MFC. CO. ,
IN WATCHES. " CANTON , OHIO.
PARKER HOUSED
BOSTON ,
J. UEED WHIFFLE Ac CO. , Proprietors
YOUNCriFIToTEL
, ,
BOSTON.
J. REED WHIFFLE Sc CO. , Proprietor *
Coolclnituna Serf lee OKBllc'iI Uf none , Complet *
In nil Ai > | K > lntmiMits lu ! < t locution In Iliu cllr.
Tlio llnituii 'frnn urlit | Bny ! "Air. Wlilpplo tea.
nrnrn ( i ( liinillarili , nml pnlront I I'lirkeri' roar
unllcli'iita a rinurn to ilia uwl olil ' tlraui ' ut
ouiHlnr , llnrrfif II. I ) 1'arker. . X
Mr , wiliri'l.KwIII continue tlio njiumuornont 0
Yuuntf' * hurutoioro.
FOR MEN i
Olil Men , Wotilc Middle aited men , l'rcinn '
turily ola VOUIIR Mcu , hrliiK liuck uprlnuy <
btiU.urlKlit ! oyi ; , struiut'i. ' uiuliltlon and tlu >
si re by use ot Nurvu lleuna. Tlioy correct
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