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17 Apr 1891

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17 Apr 1891

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Cumberland Weekly Civilian (Newspaper) - April 17, 1891, Cumberland, Maryland The civilian. Published by the daily revs co., of Cumberland. Office no. 117 Baltimore Street. Friday april 17, Uhm. Mayou Mckaig Resio is. At a special meeting of the City Council Friday evening mayor w. M. Mcknig sent in his resignation to take effect upon the qualifying of his successor to be chosen on tile 18th of next month. The resignation was accompanied by a report reviewing at some length the work of his administration. Both documents Given in full this morning in our local columns will be read with much interest. While we do not regard m r. Mckaigg a administration As remarkably successful yet we do not think this occasion when speeding the parting guest and receiving a new one to indulge in any severe strictures we entertain Only the kind Liest personal feelings towards or. Mckaig and can join with him somewhat in his references to the degree of Honor at various times tendered him by his fellow citizens of Cumberland and Allegany county and Trust that his Bright a Guries of the City a promising future will be fully realized. Real estate transfers George s Creek Coal and Iron a no Pany to James Cardinal Gibbons Parce. Of land for a burial place for the Lead near Lonaconing $800. John Stover to w alter b. Clark lot no. 3 of the division of the Stover property on North Liberty Street. Cumber land lease for 99 years renewable. Curtin m. Graham it us it Al to Greenbury Hura Bertson parcel of land on Mechanic Street Frostburg $800. Greenbury Humbertson it u.\, to Robert f. Winter and wife same $450. Bernhard Unterberger it in to Laura Warnick lot no. 31, a Hook s addition to Cumberland a $4<h. John w. Nott to win. W. Dunlap parcel of land fronting on the West Side of Charles Street Cumberland $1,500. David p. Miller it us to Isaac Cooper lot no. 12, a Percy anti Merten s addition to Cumberland $800. John Stover to Edith m. Clark it. A1., lot no. 3 of the division of a the Stover property on North Liberty Street $5 and other considerations. George a Landwehr it. A1., to Alton l. Deetz parcel of land in Cumberland on the West Side of will a Creek $5,-000. Samuel Johnson it. A1, to win. Wink it. Ux., part of lot no. 3 in Frost fifth addition to Frostburg $155. Dorothea Rohrbach to Gotlieb Burkhart lot no. 9 in Gepharte a addition to Cumberland $4,000. We. La. Wilson it. to Robert trim Ball and wife parcel of land on laurels run known As Groves addition $1,010. James h. Percy it. Us. To Francis screen lot no. 16, Percy and melons a addition to Cumberland $200. Anna m. Bitter to Margaret Paul lot no. 70 in a a Hook a addition to Cumberland a $10. John Paul Ami wife to Anna m. Bitter parcel of Laud adjoining lot no. 70 in a a Hook a addition to Cumberland a $10. J. Frank Seiss it us to and from Henry Weigand and wife division of a a Sampson a Biddle Samuel b. Mclaughlin to Michael Crabtree parcel of land on sugar run four Miles from Oldtown $195. Robert l. Conter it us and William Nickel to Robert b. Hudson lots number 2, 8 Ami 4, a Hob Rock a addition to Cumberland a $250. Robert b. Hudson to Caroline Hudson lots nos. 2 and 8, a ii Obrocki a addition to Cumberland a $5 and other considerations. Lillie it b. Hudson to John ii. Allen lot no. 4, a Hobrock a addition to Cumberland a $250. Joseph t. G. Barchus it us to or. S. A. Boucher a the old hotel property a Barton $910. Peter Lannon to Mary e. Of Brien lots nos. 253, 254, 255 and 250 in a a Hammond a addition to Westernport a $1 Aud other considerations. A description of the lots on the plat of Albright s third Ami fourth additions to Ellerslie. S. La. Albright it us and j. Wilson Humbird it us to Dominie k link lot no. 4, a Albright s third addition to Ellerslie a $130. Krae Ralla Springstead to Michael c. S. Twigg 289$ acres of Laud known a Quot two Deer licks a $900. Mary e. Twigg to John i. Twigg one undivided two third of a tract if land called a half Moon a $5 and other considerations. Mary e. Twigg to Condor h. Twigg the one undivided one third of a Hal Moon a $5 and other considerations. Frederick Martens it us to James Hough lot no. 85, agnews addition to Cumberland $4oo. To Bort b. Henderson it. Ux., to Caroline Casper Liue lot of ground on the West Side of South Liberty strict Cumberland $880. Joseph Hooker it. Ux., to Stephen a Duckworth tract on West Side of Garrett county Road known ask g. Dixon a Northeast Avenue $450. A e5 Etc to Mathias Willard lot no. 31, Percy and Mertens addition to Cumberland $850, Benj. A. Richmond trustee to Edward Harrison leasehold property near a Bow Ery Furnace a known As lot no. 0 of the Cumberland Coal and Iron company and conveyed by them to Peter fatter $300 Edward Harrison to Caroline Harrison and William Harrison leasehold property conveyed by Benj. Richmond trustee to the Grant or $1 and other considers Lions Charles c. Thrive it us to Barbara Henrietta stitcher a Rohr Baeke lot in Shriver addition to Cumberland $80. We. A. Twigg it us to Elwood Deffinbaugh right title and interest in a tract of land known As mount Michael also another tract called a a Twiggy a Luck a $100. Miesz her a and liver rills. Aet on a new Ort Uel Polo Retro la tin g the a by stomach and bowels through the nerves. A now discovery. Or. Miles Pui speedily cure by i iou i in. I and taste torpid liver Nile and Cost unit of. Unequalled for men Wmma and children. Email to Mildest a Soj Jim so doses for at Cebu. Ham pies free la i circuit Girt convened. We. E. Griffith Foreman of the Rand jury the docket a Short one a a lunacy Hareas Corpas proceedings. The april term of the circuit court for Allegany Conn to convened at 10 10 of clock monday morning with associate judge ii. By Hoffman on the Bench. William k. Griffith was appoint cd Foreman of the grand jury and the following 22 members were drawn w hich with that of the Foreman constitute the Okano i by. We. A Griffith Foreman Alexander me Perran Oliver Wilson Benjamin Davis a. J. Duck Ort ii Daniel Nolan Patrick Cunningham John Hoskins Harry Barnett John Barth Owen Crump Harry Bowden George w. It it or. John in right. John Barton Goon e Stevens fames t Hartley l Ewis Dean Thomas Kenny churl it. Lith r. Fatwa re haunt John b. Bee a Michael Broderick. The Petit jury is a col is Graham Ash g. Stanley Butler w i. Barnes John r. , James / amp hell Matthew Campbell Christopher Davis Edward do thoe James l. Davis John t. Hite Arthur Hamilton Summerfield Hinckle Charles s. House John a Hansel Maurice la. Jamison Frederick s. Koever Lewis a. Ital layer a p Meaier John s. Act Pir Samuel it Tai Why Smith Ritner coloured David t. Reese Michael tourney. After the oath had been administered the court addressed the grand jury in the usual Way. Judge Hoffman called particular attention to the oath which Iii said was the most concise Aud comprehensive he knew of. Lie thought it a so Well covered tin duties of Hie. Rand jury that it Bauld he printed f rated and Hung in the grand jury the court observes that a huge number of the citizens on the grand jury were already familiar with it duties. There were quite a number of them capable of being Foreman and i am sure the grand jury As now composed understands its duties and will discharge them faithfully. You will inquire into All breaches of Hie criminal Law in order that parties should if guilty be convicted. The court called special attention to the secrecy which should he observed by the grand jurors in matters that transpire in the grand jury room. There Are several acts of legislature which the court Lav before the grand jury the a is relating to abortions Public defaulters and exits from Public buildings. There is no reason for a protracted session of the grand jury. The court does not know of any serious criminal offences having been committed since the last term of court. The court asks that Diligence and Speed he observed in the discharge of your duties giving proper time for investigation but exercise dispatch in disposing of the business brought before you in order that the expense to the county May be lessened. Persona in jail Are entitled to a considers Hon of their cases first in order that if innocently detained they May be released from custody. You will besides investigating All things that May properly come before you. Visit the Asylum almshouse and jail and inquire into the condition of those buildings and inmates the grand jury retired and the docket was called and disposed of As follows appeals no. I a. J. Merrill is Butler a a oui Pany passed. Born mean Richmond. No 2. Jacob boor is Levi la Moiler Assed. Cochrane Wilson. No 3, same is same passed. Same a me. No 4, state of Maryland is Thomas Higgs trial. Sloan Macbeth. No 5, w c Devecmon and to Mcgill Loh is James Mchugh continued. A a Devecmon Gordon. No 6, mrs Joseph Robertson is Fanny Jam Lorf trial. Sloan a Bridendolph. No 7, Edward n tray is a of in r Dawson Uon pros Macbeth . No 8, Charles Pracht a co is Mary Blas be continued. Richmond w Devecmon. No to James a Lark it us is Alagic Hall settled. Williams Pear re. No to Walter la Lark is win Korn Hoff passed. By Ilson Richmond. No la Cambria Iron company Garnishee of John Winfield yet Vav alter Long error. Reynolds Boyds Richmond. No. 12, state of Maryland is Nancy Trost trial. Sloan. No. 13, John a Jenkins is of Hanav Bros. Trial. Boyd. No. 14, William j Graigen is James t Vav bite a co. Trial. Bridendolph no. 15, Liobano a Lanly is new ventral Coal co. Gams of Chartae Ross dismissed. No 1 1, William weedy a Joseph Harris trial. Ivarre Sloan. No 17, state of Maryland is w Illiam Lucas trial. Sloan a Richmond. No 18, Edward of Neill is Lewis Twigg trial. Bridendolph Cochrane no 19, Thomas Barry is Alvayor and it councilmen of Frostburg trial. Mchenry Richmond. No 20, Anna Schneider is mrouse. Rothschild a co. Trial. Mchenry Henderson. No 21, Lawson Bennett is Calvin l Castle trial. Wilson Reynolds. No 22, Blate of Maryland is Edward mind rep trial. Sloan a a. No 23, Bame is Lewis Merrill trial. Baine. No 24, Thomas Halfin is state of Maryland trial. Sloan. No 25, state is Mary Law trial. No 26, state is Michael Kean trial. Tula la no. I Vav Illiam Walsh it a1 is. Peter Wright ejectment Williams Thomas Richmond. No. 2, John Barnes is. David Evan from Garrett county continued Medili Cord Thayer Richmond. No. 3, David Koontz administrator is. Mary e. Loar sub a aria Boyds Sloan. No. 4, the new Central Coal company is. Georges Creek Coal and Coke com Pally passed Boyd Richmond Sloan a Alexander Walsh Williams. No. 5, James w. Dick it a1 is. Frank Mcmahon ejectment passed Briden Dolph Richmond Boyd. No. 6, Georges Creek Coal and Iron company is. New Central Coal company continued Alexander Walsh Vav i i Llama Richmond Sloan Boyd. No. 7, Gabriel to Mckenzie is. Piedmont Aud Cumberland railway com atrial Friday Sloan Boyds read no. 8, Henry Hergot administrator is. Talesin herring trial Reynolds Pearry no. 9, Benj. In Brant is. Silas Carder t t i ii Brown Williams. No. I Mary Martha Johns \ s. Mich and e. Bavin settled Henderson a Sloan. No. La Mavor and councilmen if Frostburg is. Band j. Williams it a1 Ste. Vav. C. Deye Moi Richmond. No 12, John Vav Cope is Paul hitter cont inned. Reynolds Macbeth. No 13, James Skidmore is Thomas Hill it us judgment on Rule >117.56, Grove Richmond. No i i Aaron Duckworth is county commissioners of Allegany county set tied. J s Devecmon Richmond. No to Samuel Devilbliss is Hiram to Yonker continued. Richmond Gordon. No 16, John c Brady is Piedmont and Cumberland railway company dismissal. Pearre a read. No 17, Leonard Smith is Hiram la Yonker continued. Richmond Gordon. No 18, state use Samuel Denson is Piedmont and Cumberland railway company trial. Bridendolph Boyd read. No 19,Thomas Hill is consolidation co d co. Continued. Richmond Semmes a Gordon. No 20, the Bostwick a Burgess manufacturing co. Is Daniel Vav. By Sard trial Thomas Williams Richmond. No 21, James Hanson Hamilton is Samuel i Furlow continued j a Mchenry. No 22. Laue Wright is same continued. Same. No 23, Amos Conrad is same con tinned same a -. No 24, Vav Illiam Pearre executor is Kennedy i Butler continued. Pearre Semmes. No 25, Charlesll Keyser is i of ii Winfield continued. Semmes Kieh Mol. No 26, Elias Alexander is mayor and City Council of Frostburg continued. Purnell i eve Ecmon Richmond Gordon. No 27, Otto Hohing \ John s Grove ejectment sub curia Sloan a s Devecmon. No 28 Michael ii Ryan Cut is Fanny Jandorf trial. I s Devecmon Semmes Bridendolph. No 29, Nicholas i Shiffler is Simon i Sweitzer continued. Macbeth Richmond Reynolds. No 80, Camillas e Richards \ Norman in Richards continued. Bridendolph Richmond. No 81, Walter Roslyn Chambers is Fairfax Forest mining and manufacturing company passed. Williams Semmes. No 32, John Spier is Thomas Johnson trial. Sloan a a Mchenry. No 33, Henry Gerdeman amp co is Edward g Long judgment on Rule $351.40, Ilia i ton. No 34, mayor and City Council of Cumberland is William Walsh it a1 trial. Bridendolph Vav Illiam. By s Walsh. No 85, com of Penna use of Lawson hams is we hams trial. Vav e Walsh Vav i Iii am so go re o n. No 36. Herman Steele is Henry Steele trial. Gordon Mchenry Boyd Reynolds. No 37, John liven Craft is William l. Scoot continued. Reynold a Richmond. No 88, mayor and City Council of Timberland \ George s reek and Cumberland Railroad company trial. Bridendolph Williams. No 89, Strause thanhauser a co., a Josephine Lobb judgment on Rule $251.33. Vav e Walsh no 40, Lawson Bennett is Calvin l Castle continued. Wilson Reynolds. No 41, John j Yourn is Frank b louder Haugh it a1 trial. Henderson a Reynolds no 42, Welch Palmer and Maxwell is mayor and City Caneil of Timberland continued. Richmond Bridendolph no 43, same is we j Farrell dismissed. Amantea Devecmon. No 44, George a Reinhard is William 8 Hopkins judgment on Rule. Reynolds a Cochrane. No 45, j c Orrick a son is Charles i Johnston trial. Box d a. No 46, William la Evans is mayor and councilmen of Frostburg trial. Same Richmond. No 47, r d Johnson roller milling company is Johnson a son settled. Vav imams. N o 48, i Jehad h Northcraft is May or Ami Lily Council of Cumberland. Reynolds Bridendolph. No. Hive in la Evans is consolidation Coal company Gams of Allen Mcdonald dismissed. Richmond no 50, Henry Thorn a is Geo i land when mortgagee Gams of Herman Kaufman dismissed. Reynolds no 51, Daniel ii Layman is Francis c Graham from Garrett county trial set tuesday april 21. Williams Richmond Thomas Sinwell discord. Hai Nill Semmes. Ped Ohio in Al. No i William Morehead is w m s. Hopkins attached and executed. Reynolds a no 2, Jacob Snyder is Joseph p glee son it a1 attached and executed. Richmond -. Not a 3, same is same no renewal. Richmond a a no 4, Christopher Kelly Assignee Etc is Horace Kelley made known. Boyd a no 5, Andrew j Willison is John j Jones summoned Gordon Richmond. No 6. Edward a Pratt is a soap Hubble company attached and executed. Sloan a a no 7, same is sane summoned. Same no 8, Martha Roby by Etc., is Andrew Robertson non est. Macbeth no 9, Jennie c. Perdew is Roland t 8 Dayton non est. Williams Richmond no to rho new Home sewing machine do Pauy is Daniel c Vickroy summoned. Henderson a no la John Rice of George is National transit c company of Pennsylvania Dis missed. Sloan. No 12, Kraft Bros. A Rosen Burg Henry Creutzburg no return. Sam is no 13, Aquilla la Mccarty n Piedmont and Cumberland railway company summoned. Gordon read. No 14, l by Rouse a co. Is James a Glenn attached Aud executed. Richmond. No. 15, same is same non est. Same no 16, Charles m Stieff is Addison ii Rawlings it Ai. Settled. Hide Stolph. No 17, Mary Smith is William la Ailey it a1. Summoned. Vav c Devecmon Richmond. No 18, Bennett Sloan a co is j Vvs shuck a co summoned. Boy a no 19, Marilla of Vav Binman by a is Henry in Williams summoned. Rich mend. No 20, j j Bell a Bro is Alexander w Gardener summoned. Sloan. No 21, same a Arthur pram summoned. Same. No 22, same is Thomas Jackson summoned. Same. No 32, j m Thompson is Martin l lever attached and executed. Hamill Gordon a. No 24, same a same non est. Same same a. No 25, George in Cele is Denton ii bite summoned. Willison no 26. P and Vav Martin is John diam hers summoned. Mchenry and son no 27, state of Maryland is Archibald Mcmillan it a1 summoned. Sloan no 28, Aaron c Hulbert is James i Jones honest. Reynolds no 29, Harvey s Carew is in a k plummet anime and Bella a Hummel anime summoned. Boyd. A i Eek i Vii of insanity. I he first Case to come before the court was that of mrs. Amie a Furlow an old lady about 65 years of age. A jury ii in of a a it Itka Iuit Flo was empanelled As follows Fred s. Keener Foreman. Christopher Davis John t. Hite Michael Varney Samuel Ogilby Edward Donahue James Campbell Arthur Hamilton Edward a. Lark Summerfield Hinckle Matthew Campbell Smith Ruffner Eold several witness were examined All of whom testified that Lier mind was unbalanced while she was not dangerously insane she was unable to take care of herself. During the proceeding she got one of her spells and said a i will not allow these German catholics to Plant a single thing when i leave this country. I la go to Ireland and sweep them Vav i Iii the jury was out she continued at intervals to talk in a manner that was convincing to the few persons in the court room that sin was insane. Before the jury retired a request was made to hear the evidence of the woman a daughter Maggie who supported the demented woman for seven years from her earning As a servant. By Idle Iii the jury room the girl was pm for. The state s attorney stated that she did not come at first because a a a scene would follow if her Kotlier saw her and tics was corroborated after the girl took the witness stand. The Jure returned to the court room to hear her. She spoke of her mothers weak mind and when asked by the state s attorney what was her mental trouble replied a she imagines that she of us All the tales and the lands in Ireland a whereupon the Mother jumped to her feet and excitedly exclaimed a no sir it is the state in this country. I own them All a a Tien calmed she was asked a How do you get More plied that she gets her support a from the Queen the governor and the Pope a i his settled the Case so far As the jury was concerned and after timing out for sometime the jury returned a verdict that the prisoner was a Lunatic Ami a pauper she was by order of the court taken it Sylvan Retreat. The Petit jury was discharged for the Day the a i study of a child. Another Case of interest was the hearing of tin Pica of a father for tin custody of his child on a writ of Hareas Corpus. On october 28, is is Law son horde married Anna the daughter of ferry Vel so who resides near bottle run. A couple of months after the marriage a child was born which was a a Bone of contentions in the family Circle and upon several occasions the woman returned to her Home to live with her parents. She complained of her husbands cruelty. The ill treated woman returned w Ith her husband to their Home and a the latter sent the child to the Home of his grandmother. The woman became 111 and after a physician had been summoned she was fun lid to be suffering from consumption and her removal to her parents Home was ordered by him. Here she lingered and after months of suffering died last tuesday her lat words being that she w anted her parents to raise the child Ami that her husband should not even attend the funeral. Vav Itne saes testified that Perdew disclaimed paternity of the child. He could not give satisfactory reasons to show that he was the proper person to have the child in his Possession and the court committed it to the care of its grandmother who w As More than willing to rear it. A. A. Vav ii Taon appeared for the plaintiff and b. A. Richmond for the defendant Ayers pills Excel All others As a family Medicine. They Are suited to every Constitution old Aud Young Aud being sugar coated Are agreeable to take. Purely vegetable they leave no ill effects hut strengthen Aud regulate the stomach liver and bowels Aud restore every Organ to its Mutual inn i iou. For use either at Home or abroad of land or sea these pills Are the Best. A layer s puts have been used in my family for Over thirty years. We find them an excellent Medicine in fevers eruptive Dis ase and All bilious troubles Aud Seldom cull a physician. They Are almost the Only Pill used in our in Damn c. Cattiny How Landing p. Cd w. Feliciana Parish la a a i have been in this country eight years and during ail this time neither i nor any member of my family have used any other kind a it of Medicine than Ayer s pills but these we always keep at hand and i should not know How to gel along without ulm.�?�-. A w. Modern org , mass. A a i have used Ayers cathartic pills us a family Medicine for 35 years and they have always Given the utmost a James a. Thornton Bloomington id. A two taxes of Ayer s pills cured me of severe headache from which i was Long a Keyes club Bardstown mass. Ayers pills per carry by or. J. C. Ayer amp co., Dowell mass. Bold by All healers in Medicine. Am a to l Ai i in Comoro to pocket Ai Masao mid Neh Okachi h Hook advertising Huo it a Luix he Felm the Bast tonic Klen away at lung Aud genial a Lores apply at o no what is Castor in is or. Samuel pitchers prescription for infants Ami children. It contains neither opium morphine nor other narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregori props soothing syrups and Castor Oil. It is pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by millions of mothers. Astoria destroys Worms and allays feverish Ness. Castoria prevents vomiting sour curd cures diarrhoea and wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles cures constipation and flatulence. Castoria assimilates to food regulates Hie stomach and bowels giving healthy and natural sleep. Castoria is the children s Panacea the mothers . A a a a Torta in an excellent Medicine for Chil Dron. Mother have repeatedly told me of in Good effect upon their children. Or. O. A Oso Oon Lowell mass. Castoria la the Best remedy for children of which i urn acquainted. I Hope the Day is not far Distant when mothers will consider tile real interest of til in children anti use Cantoria instead of the various quack nostrums which Are destroying thir loved ones by forcing opium morphine soothing syrup and other hurtful agents Down their throats thereby sending them to premature or. J. F. Ken Rhetor Conway . A a Ltd Asteria is so wet i adapted to children that i recommend it As Superior to any prescription known to h. A. Archer. M. D., ill so Oxford stay a Ostyn n. Y a your physicians in the children a department have spoken highly of their Exi sri ence in their outside practice Witti Castoria and although we Only have among our medical supplies what is known As regular products yet we Are free to confess that the merits of Castor in has won us to look with favor us to it a Sun i Tro Hospital and dispensary Ostout mass. A c. Smith pret., the Centaur company t7 Murray Street new York City. Mem Mumma rare cd Las ice remains for those who have neglected the Opportunity offered by our great clearance Sale to recoup themselves for their loss. We still havea lot of brio a Brae. Otherwise Odds and cuts and broken lots the tit an out of season for Trade but just in season to enable us to Oiler them tit prices laughably Low. It will pay you to buy two suits tit our prices if you feed one to the Moths to keep Vliem Fiorin eating the then you have to Hustle its catch As catch Canin this Lxi it and the Man who gets first grip Aud Best bold is in and to Down the bargains every time. N of when you read this Don t Stop to get your hat but make a break for George Schwarzenbac i he popular one Price lot Iller and men s furnished 134 Balto. St. Cumberland my. Dukehart a Export Porter pure Aud m Edical m. J. Malamphy manager Cumberland dyspeptic invaluable. Made from roasted malt. A. Cam for indigestion and general appetizer. It is a Rera Ura ble sub ent i fic and in Porta nil fact that a i we i brewed Porter is pro Phylisie Aud remedial. Such is the universally popular i ukr Hart Porter brewed by to of. Al. Dukehart Era proprietor of the Maryland brewery of Baltimore Tim Porter of bin brewery state Prem Infanta endorsed Bytho highest medical authorities Ami said to vie in flavor Aud medicinal qualities with this celebrated Porter of the Dublin Ami London Brewen in the inns. In i turn of Dukehart of Perter the mail to roasted in this state it to a powerful Netter it r Iii tie a it Iii of the stomach Aud a certain coned Ive Sud promoter of digestion i or oui purifier Aud tor 1 tape plies it is in Vaun bus As a a it ral it i Iii systematic debility finely brewed Ort r is in Valuate ii. Ltd it ratifies toe Asp Ai against Miasmatic or pc ii Era a i att roasted Mill liquors Art tonic and invigorating services ii a Aud a smiling to the invalid in the sic k room. Mud that the v ire t p rating to the delicate no one will att met to deny a it a u e their composition. Only the one t supt nor Barley malt am ,ii. N so selected or of a by by at. 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