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Sj HOBMAH ETJEST.
CCoprrtg-ht, 1m, by American Press
Continued from Fint'J'xiye
"Gentlemen, let nf look at the evi
dence. On the morning of the 12th of
Janaan? Joaiah Marsden waa discovered
in the library of hia con u try home,
called The Orange. Norcooiba, stahbed
to death with a Norwegian clasp ktfife.
which wea;ioii yon Intra bad produced
There in i.j d . -n-.t that the inruder
committed with that knife, and
laU7 the defense doea not attempt
aooy that ap to the very night of the
murder thflt knife waa In the poaacaaiun
of Antra t Marsden.
Tke atalara Paper.
"In the bund of Joaiab Marsden waa
fonnd thin paper. "
The judge pannes Impressively and
taka np the blood stained paper that
haa caused each a sensation throughout
"Thia paper," he solemnly continues,
"waa fonnd In the dead man'a stiffened
Gngera. Death had overtaken him be-
l.ire 1)6 conld frame hia thonghta in
vorda, and so hia lut nieaaago ia only a'
droken one. 'I am dying,' he wrote,
wardered by Antra' a a t r a
and hig life departed.
"The prosecution haa told yon, that
he intended to write 'Aatray Marsden.
The defense haa been nnable to deny it
The prosecution haa said he wrote ao
that justice might be me tod ont to hia
murderer. The defense haa hinted, only
hinted, gentlemen eren they hare not
dared to do more than whisper that
Joaiah Marsden hated hia ward or son
and did what be did in revenge, faced
eternity with the f on lent ein thut man
conld commit upon hia soul, died with
a lie- in hia heart, that a young man
might be banged. The defense haa hint
ed that this ia why the paper waa writ
ten. I will Dot venture to express my
own opinion of inch a method of de
fense. Let us look at the matter dispas
sionately. If we are to believe that Jo
siuh Marsden committed thia loathaome
deed as bis last act on earth and that
Aatray Marsden did not murder Mm,
then that; murder waa committed by
some unknown caemy of the o man.
"Has the defense been able to hint at
any such person t No. Has the defense
been able to aajuma or deduce that any
other person was in the bouse oa that
night t No. It hug simply contented it
arlf with a categorical denial of every
thiuK and a plea aa surprising aa it ia
"The value of that pies, gentleufn.
I leve for you to decide. Let M paal
again to the circnmntantliij evidence
Mid dml first of all with
"This knife haa fee letter 'A brand
ed upon Its handle. The knife was in
Hie prhtonojr's posion, it la agreed,
vntfl few momenta or a few hours be
fttre tfee mnrder. It ht admitted that
J3ly sTaitdon wai with Josinh Mar
. tap m Mie night t tkn murder It is
a aAinilWd that he nwd the Jtnife to
V cigar bo In the presence of bis
fiu anA tfni tt it behind him
smdy tie mnrflerer. who, we are
wail. aaMrad tkn anna cfti r the priarm-
hail left it The valne of that plea,
fMtlomSit is again for yoaj to deride.
"The mnrVr Waa first dicxverod by
4m woaiaw aiatjrtret Oadaden, who was
ia tna habit of going daily to attend to
Jau aoimavtic requirements of the de-
4aa4- On the morning of Jan. 13 ahe
m nanl, aad gained admittance
a tfea) safe tviarlnce by the key she al
ways han ia her nraadon.
"Tow will t llect that between the
i c Ma ltth and the mifninajof
lMk . H aheaomenally
fall of ?. Mi Hi WoiaM no-
) tfeat Xi9 ee lootprinta l4dift
to tsas rroat dorw of tat hcaaja. but nune
iBaNkta from ia
"Iteooailnf litrxtad litta unusual
aajlksjaji which reigvtfa ttiaonah the
laaaas said unaMs to ar any aufwer
aa afca bwwaVal it JmUa Mlli l
am Varaare Ga4ar1a ktlttMl
be pake (kntion ad iMvmmI WiU
ifcla c Folic Doli.
"Ta maa, gnMini, eon H
Mse yoa. Hs hat tost yom himaalf
m aaalaaur biiad Wis aiu4 of JurBce
V wikholif Mi auaj lmisr4nt
tlivel evidtvc in thia intrirftta caM.
lao tKat Xariirfi Marsden lf tl-
ajlaA kirn I.laii hM erprt'd bit
UMtrtslon and rearet fhe dixgrace-
il aurm Which he ti. but whether
that eotitrition Will alolvo hini from
Vi ymtltief of his action I very much
tons I cannot aifrain from referring
) the lupreine tnd utter idiocy mani
a4 thronahont by Chief Dolwn in
wltkion to this C4tne and cannot too
rartnls pplnd the indefatigable en
r;y, theCefl and acumen, of Mr. Her
tart Darren, the ofliciuJ who took
eiaas of the ( aae mid as rtunti lT
cal to retrieve all the errors I
4iart no'ir ht calling them errurs
v Iresi'ii fhlch Dl)tn cxtmjiiittetl
rioc to bis isppetrance on the scene
A'arnif to the ev.gitu of Jan. 13, yon
ill roniemlier that Dohnon and the
sonait returned together and npon cn
4tring the library found Josinh Marsdt a
ling degd nNin the flixir. stuhlxnl to
tjie heart l)y his side waa the pncr
htch has had such an liniHirtant bear
ing npon tho, ju the paper which
Dohatti retained, showing it only to tho
prisoiwv. Astray Mnrwlen. Von have
heard 1 lwn 'a account of tltat inter
view (hat the primmer tnrnedpL'jund
t rem hi tt nu4 thru promised to see bitn
Inter the day.
& "it fa for Jrn to any whether Dobson
ia a mko whose evidence can be relied
npon of not. Hut, setting that upon one
aide, wat the action of Astray Marsden
that of un inniKnt man f lie sought
refuge III flight It is urged that ho be
came th prey ton spnsiu of fear, but
BW'inniveiit man should have no such
cowardly emotion. Vhy did he not defy
the blacl mail of IXilim and, knowing
by Innnveni'e, rest ctrtitenteil on being
able to f rove an alibi! Whyt Derans
gentleman, he conld not; lecnnse he
waa bound to admit that ha was at The
Orang(Wn that night He owns be was
at The Orange, but pleads that he left
before the snowstorm and left Jovial)
"If OIRfense conld prove that fart
jTonld aoaonnftor the period that elapkd
between the. Jisaaw r leaving .The
Oiature and being met by Policeman
Thuuipoan, there might be some grounds
for the pies, but not one single witness
haa bee called hAwhstniitial it, and
we are sxked to believe that he walked
abont Lit lionre in a blinding snow
etortiiIhat has been ont before yon in
contradistinction to the theory of the
prosecution that be entered the house
after the snowstorm, leaving his foot
prints IV to the doori that the old
standing qnitrrol which it ia adinitti1
on both id existed was rnewil and
tht he lvft4iy the secret pRHwigo on to
the froctn river, passage that was
known aoly to thie who bad lived at
The Oral ge.
"Aatrajr Marsilen waa met by Thoup-
on . i after J o'clock In the morninrf
uf the U'th in a Very sicltod couditiou.
still chatitig, the defense says, undor
the insults he had had hewped npon him
vhafing. gentieiuin, after several
"I have reviewed the circunistaucea
thut ocenrred in NoK-oinbe. but it 1
not npon these events alone that the
case- stumU Let na turn to Chicago.
Herbert Durrent baa been before you
and given bis evidence with exemplary
ilcurnetta. He baa told Jou the manner
in whih he succeeded in tracking
Astray yurwlcu to the Royal hotel in
Chicago, and he has related the story of
"The first words of the prisoner when
Darrent entered the room were, 'Yon
have come to arrest me, ' and, though
warned not to cvtuuit himself, he then
launched into heated attack against
the murdered man, an attack which
tcj Jfed th" "
ine of defense which
baa been adopted that of revenge. He
charged Josiah Marsden with loavftg
such a message for the sole purpose of
encompassing the deafi of an innocent
man whom be hated.
"With that point 1 have already
dealt. The idea in itself is too callous
to dilute npon.
"In the prisoner's confession S Her
bert Darrent he accounted for the loss
or his unite in tne same mawier that
the defense haa insisted npon He took
it ont to open the cigar box, forgot it
and it waa left lying upon the table, a
handy weapon for the murderer. To
that point of tho defense 1 will but add
"If the murderer of Jnelah Marsden
came to the houao with intent to mur
der, would he have left the finding of
the weapon to chance, or wonld he huve
come prepared T If be came prepared,
would he use a chance weapon or trust
to the one he knew f
"Let me now, before yoa retire to
consider your verdict put into a few
words the whole evidence Against the
prisoner you have the last worda of the
dying man, the knife, the long stand
ing quarrel, the absence of a reasonable
alibi, and for bint" The judge pauses
and deliberately turns back the pages
of his notes, while the whole audience
seems to throb with emotion.
"If a a fearful summing up," one
lawyer whispers to another.
"lirutal lead against him, poor
devil I" bia companion rcylies, glancing
at the prisoner, who, paU Pth.
gazes before him with oye that s
"While for him, " thav jndge impas
sively continues, "yoa have the line of
defense that he left Tho Orange kour
before the murder waa committed, "a
The jndpre closes his book, and w
await bis eroratioa We foul that V
know What it will be.
sru you nnve no aonht, It your
duty to do your dnty n eye for an
eye, a life for a life," and usjny iaoB
rounded phrases with which a jndge ia
usually pleased to torment a man whose
life or death is to be settled within the
next honr But we are mistaken.
"Oentlomen of the jnry, " he says,
"tho case ia in yonr hands. " And that
is alL The summing np is over.
c'Toor devil I" some one whispers
ngnin, and we shudder It puts into
words what we dared not think.
The jnry do not move They only
arhisier in tho box. It seems as if they
are going to decide without leaving it
lint perhaps the Herionsness of their
tusk citnies over t6em, atd they nluwly
leavo. and tho prfeifter ia conducted
from the courtroom.
"Dead against Irlml" is tho general
opinion "Fair nrd jnst, but dead
trninst himl He hasn't got a line of
defense in his whole, case. "
Tho jndge has retired, but no one else
leaves tho conrt The andience feels
tat it ia not a case of waiting for
hours, hut minntoe, perhaps only sec
onds. The last Words of the summing
nn crash through each man s brain
That do they amount toT Against the
prisoner yon have everything: for
him nothing I
The jury re-enter the bo ; the jndga
retnrns: tho priatmor, lietween two
difintiea, takes hia place in the dock
"Oentlemen of the jnry, have yon
ajrreed npon yonr vetriict?
"We hove. "
"Do yon find the priaraier. Astray
fiirsden, tfnilly nor guilty of tla-
murder of Jith MaratViY"
A woman's nin, h;Jf Mxt A In i
biMh, brcukt the fearful silence of the
conrt a serein n Followed be call
TlM nwmblatl thronat braltl4 hird M
What it kjiew mnst happcl coimai
Th.i the deatlilifc alenco faUC lika
"l'risoner at the bar, " t Volet s nt
ing. and it aeenal to coma from tie
there miles away, even to m what
must it seem to hiint "have you any
thing to any why sentence o dead
shonld not tie passed npon yon?"
All eyes are turned with one impu
toward the dock,, and the spoctufcji
start with amazement
The prisoner, the man condemned
death, whom they biMl pitied through
out the trial lis one r miserable tluV
he" conld not defend himself, 1 triaat
He btands erect ith nhnost ft ow
tpon his chin ks, nearly mile nuin
bis lips, manhol and courage twajti't-
ing in his eye He m anderaned to
death ai4 stands aa thonah hi fetter
bad been released.
We are creatures of impulse. The
spectators gnr.a at one another. The
same thought is in ever mind "Snn-
pose he is innocent 1" There W mesmer
ism in his glance, and they follow it aa
it resta npon the girl with her head
enrown torward on e)er arms npon tne
The jndgo shifts Aneasily, moves aa
though to speak. He seems held power
less by that strange force which is npon
The girl feels the power of that
glance, and aa if in otiedienre to its
command throws hock her veil and rises
nd faces Aatray0 Marsden, and as she
does so even the heavens add to the in
tciisity of the sceno.
The sun is setting. The room ia
shrouded in gloom, save for one glorinns
N am of light which ,jasea over the
xltaailder of the prisoner and floods the
face of the girl with a halo of light
They face one another, and the spec
tators pause ami wnteh, hist in the
mystery of the thonghta that are pass-
Only the lifting of the fare more to
ward him shows that Ine has heard
Ij yon hdicai, jity t Do you
believe that I am a mnrderer?"
It is only a whisper, bnt it thrills.
Where have sophistries gone, where are
(fc-dnctions, when comiiared with the
love of this woman who eta
fore the world T
If I were a free man, wonld yon
marry me as yon promised years agoi
The prisoner turns to the Judge, the
girl resumes her Beat and tho sp.Cfft
I have nothing to say, my lord, but
that I am innocent "
The Urslrsr mt rtetk.
Astray Mnrsdcn was sentenced to
death because 14 the duty of the
Jndge to do so, bat every spectator who
tiled out of the courtroom arur the wu-
tenca was primnuceu waa troubled
with doubts aa to the result of tbe trial
As one spectator ex'irrased it: "Mara-
deu woa found guilty by the jnry b
cause the jury conld consider the evi
dence and come to no other verdict, and
the judge sentenced him to death f
canse the Jodge waa oomtwlled to. bat
ia Marsden guilty t"
DABKCNT MAKK8 A FURKH DISCOVERT
It waa the morning after the gr?'at
sensational trial, and Herbert Darrent
sat at bia breakfast in the dining room
of the Palace hotel, Norronibe.
The table be had selected was small
one by the window, and he aat there
neglecting hia breakfast and moodily
staring ont into the street Then he I f
gan his meal, bnt hia appetite aeemud
to nave deserted him.
"Theatrical theatrical: that'a all.
he muttered to bimaelf. aa if in answer
o nia secret tnongnta "Done for ef
fect" And he drank bia ooffue and
picked np the morning paper, only to
throw it down again impatiently as the
displayed headlines caught hia eye:
MARSDEN MUST-S. VING.
DETECTIVE DA BRENTS TE1UMPH.
nramallo eeaie la Coart ram-
e Maa'a Rwrrthtart Uclarra llr
Brllef la Ills limfoiart -Would
Msrrr Him If lie wra Km.
The headliij-s jarred npon him. Why !
The dotetivo s triumph I It was a tri-
nuiph--every one said so and yet nev
er bad he succeeded in a case that hid
left behind such an unsettled feeling.
such a degroe of nncortuinty, and, doubt
aa to whether he waa really right after
all lie could not understand it him
self. Everything bad aeemed to be aa
clear as daylight, and the judge and
jury aye, the very spectators 4iad
shared the view that hia deductions bad
led him to form long Cu thut Astray
JUarsden waa the culprit
"All for elect, " he mnttcrafl rain
to himself, his mind still on Hie linn I
scene in the court, with the lant ray of
snnligl fullHig full on the woman a
face as she avowed before all her unal
terable belief in the innocence of Astray
Iursden. "Theatrical; that was all.
And yet Timeho he conU) not shuke oW
rememnraiice or that final scene
H hether it was actiita or not it hail
made a deep iuiiatuon on Ik rbrrt Imr
"Shonldt't wonder IP it hn ft atood
result tor him; rousas aenwition and
sympathy, and Aey may g-t np a peti
tion for life lmpriinnient Irs clever
dodga" He called it "a dilge" to
shake bis own doubts, and yet be conld
not nelp feeling that thra w no col
lnsion in thut lost scene of nlL Bttll. it
is best to try to delude one's conscience
at such times aa these. Dull it stifle it '
if it wants to spJt and dUtnrb that i
supremely hp.ppy feelina; of self siatlsfuc-
tion that is so pleasant to eHricnc
To be emotional in thia nineteenth
century ia to be weak, or, Wome than
anything, old fonhioned. If ajni4hing
happens in ttia conrsc or one's daily life
that is keen and painful enongh if)
wring ono's heart, the formula tv give
sympathy a stunning blow and call the
rliola thina; " dialaje" nn4 tK.ei to cm
With life exactly an taKifa Ye; that
la the wir, the li tter tad very fre-
aneuuy tne ciuetiN way. it s only a
iaw; that's alL fawi or forget it
Having itiaunatil the draimitic do-
annement of. the trial na "t dulao" in
tufRciititly sn a ice frighten
ay, wtli tinva brim aft any rate.
all hisiiancwpromptinf, Dnrrent picked
njJie pajwr saain and began reading
$n erlitiia) the trial iain, of course.
It ia) beadl "The American Lo-
," tnd it set forth with abundant
praiat the njliility, the real, tha aenmen,
nP one Jlorbert Dorrent, detective set
it forth in sngfe a florid high flown style
that theBubjccffof these cumimeudatious
Would hte Itiahed, except that his
lnjvcetf Had not yet recovered from
the stunning idow that bud been dealt
It hf modern cynicism.
Then the article vent on to refer to
tlo emotional ne at Hie conclusion of
"Astra nger ftene," it rpmnjrked, "it
ho neve ba-n onr lot to witness.
And iXtrent, startled from hia habitual
eompaaure, jumped to hie foet, with an
exclamation of surprise.
Perhaps the componitjr engaged npon
setting np that editorial bud been car
ried away by the sensationalism uf the
trial or perhaps by something elajp, but
in setting that line he had made a pe-
cnllar mistake, which had been passed
lf the proofreader and now appetired
in every issue of that day's paper. He
had misplaced the spacing which shonld
have made the division between the
words "A" and "stranger," and tae
sentence which hod so startled Herbert
Darrent read, "Astra nger scene it has
never been our lot to witness. "
The secomi combination of letters.
nger. nilffht have been a portion of
cryptogram, it waa so mcnningle&t.
The tirnt, "Astra," hail a meaning fnr
"arrent that set bis brain wildly at
wrirk and cauaed a heavy feeling at his
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tot rat' k.
JloOKLIi (.'"., 1 qim tun, fc Tl
Delta Drug Store
..!; M Mi
'a!i!i.sif 4 !VMty
CQWirn PLATES. .
Hit: CI 1 1 nit U t II aaa.
Tha ont r-tiaW- n.-utrrn, txscausa
hr aflirts MIUi
Sub;crp?,i Trice: $1.C0 ayear, i
10 Mat fjf tiaaa tafitt
etf ASI4 t Tf 0 fOft THIS
t.fjatl r tmmum. Vrtto far
aaatlt cn ttrsavs la.aisHy '
TNE DESHiMIIJL .
... A ilav t(
-- anil IJruver.
y4n v i'',
iUAddr ess all orders to
Karfs OflTcr Root Tei
i".1 I r,
' "', In.' ias
'I I r i
s.tlul.. , .-. r-.n;
MC. .11.1 tl.lMI.
WELL 4 MM
oi r nosVrT
ii gum: al llio Ociui i'ruK .siioie.
I n i Ii ir-.-c e( exKMf misl ivn ia tot sul
To 'fwanaCiti ("ica'f
l'liillalo, 1.'st.i Milli
on! transfer, vin :ilt
Lake Mo. I'a.-illc and
(!liiiat;o and Alton liy.
)N I To Olllalill, CliiiMo,
I II AM ) Cf i'.iitialo, l;..n.ii hi h-
V Hand .V I'm ii'! liy.
J 'I'll St JiM.ll,
VSJ J w ' hunge via l.nr
V lillUill Kollte.
Tu KruiMiH titv and
V M. Iiuis, w it limit
jT ehanne viaall Ijike
II y iNi Miaoad 1'iuiiic
p-tner ariuii),'al it) !-aU like
the fainiiiiH Cel.'rado
Jl kyour tieket agent for 11 ticket on
I he I lenver Ai Hio nan. le excursion.
I'or rates and nil information, cull on
ot mid 1. tax
ft. t. SK HOI., K. K. Hairy,
ien'l Ai.ent. Traveling Aunt.
!5t W.inliiiit'li.n Mreet, I'orlhin.l Oregon.
H. K. tUMMm.
'eii'l ViifH. .V Ticket Agent,
I lenver Colerudn.
iTifp ponalntf a KliHrh mat rt.Hmnlt..n mar
eal.'Slv HAfroon our ol'intoii trial wmci h..r an
lnvi.Dti r..l.nl.ly a1 . r n til-. ('.itiiiihimii'.i.
ti, hip mt ri.1 !t p,.natpiil lat. H an.H..M.k nil I'iiii.ia
.Mil tret. dl.leMl Hkr('i.i'T for tii'iirinv .hOi.Im.
I'a.ii.: taken Ihroiich -ii'm Co. reiflve
H i-M nt wlihout churL'ti, 111 lh
A hnnitnofiiolT HI'
iliitiiin of hiiv n
rt-ir : r'i mr nmni ti
f Kl'it -in Itlfl Ji'iril:ll.
inlha. f. tilj hyttll '
cihcu. ttf V Ht Vruthluioii, 1,U
A ride through
.tk 0 YEARS'
IN THE COUNTY.
e are still, ofcerine. iron
WEEKLY OR EG ON I AN,
oiic year for on Ty $2.00.
Till: t'K'.SiA liOUTK
Wtl "illl-.Kf, l'AC. to
r xi'UKHK TiiiiNH I nr IVkiuku Ihi i
' ' r u l.v
x : i i .it
S-'III t t:.n
h w r n I
A ' mvc IraiMM hIO. al :H tit
iWiinn.l i. nl ".i..ni, Ti
J l!. i- on, A.l.imy, 'ian'cul,
'-, liarr.r''..uf, l..ncn..n i
Mie.I.I, It .1
.ncitun iity, htu-clic
.lit, ll.tklanti, an.l all
itcliiir lo A-ililand,
' . l art. ( ii .. ve, J '
.! it ; . m-i h om U
liCM-1. IH1 MAIL I.VII.Y !
.-el. 11 1
ftiW i -4
m.MM ai;s j i t.n! : uoi i k.
PULLMAN DUFFET SLEEFERS
Sim Hint ( 'iivs Sln i(ng t 'ais
ATl4.-l'KO To Alt. '1 HlaH'ol! '1 UAINH
West Hid- limnum.
Ut'lWKKN rtlU'l LAND d 1 U(VAI.I.tS
Mail Train Ihuly t IliiM.pt hnuday).
A M I
H ,Vl A M
! I :iV A m I
ft .a() p v
1 :".) v k
wall trains ot
ain! rva!lia ronnert
OnariMi ( ei.lial ,V Kust-
Ktl.renit Xrrtiu l'nilv, (l.eri t N ,iulav '
Iff" I l.v
IIIIP M I I V
1 i" x I Ar
H: la r M I
I ll'U'i.i !i ;,.):,
1 : 1
ill I Uf
i ki l
To nil points in the Easier,
...1.. 11 ,
la leu. ('.';
'0111 n'e rail la- olilaill
it rales from I . i . I i j.,.,
.1 at 1..1
'!" It. .unit at the l.l'l
... t;, ii m
u. KiiKUfftt: 0
Wan iue. I'ortlan l.
f. . r.AK''l
THE 0. !?. X-N. M-:W IJOOK
On the l,'e.iiirei-. of I Iri'L'i li, W.l-liin'
ton ami Idaho is heili'4 .Ii - I r il.nte I. liar
readers are rcqucsinl (,, r,.r:,T, t,eail
.Irenes of their ra-tern fiimds an.lac
(ll:iilit( liallees .-in.l , eo.- of (lie Hnik
W ill h sent free. This is a lualter all
should he inieicsle.l ia ami we uonhl ask
that cverv. n.. lake an iiii. re-l ami lot
ward Mi. had he-sesto V. . Hi 1.1 1:1 1:1,
oMieral l'ascn:rer A ;enl ( . I; (:,'
v. - -' j:a JfrtcjfjfliN-7
y- , : s.,"" -:. "iT oncMQ. , J
. :o'; f -J
I .ike, 1 li-..cr,
it. V..lth, (lloi.li i,
K;lll-;ii 1 'it V, M.
I "ili.t, l hicupi, ,V
Wn'aj V:il hi Lli.k
.uie, S uii.T.ij....
!. lam, liiil.iil.,
M llailkic,i'liii :i-..
V e; t !
i In ii in.
in ri;tiitwt) 1
ti l . ,
S . in.
S . 111.
10 p. Ml
4 p. 111.
11 a 111.
t r. Cell 'it V, New
4 ;:'.( n. 111
li !IV- '".Slllld
aiid.vitur Hiel 'i I iti.l'i
I'tiiValliN :nti U;iv
Snake River i
Kij.ai ia to Lew i-ton
ti 11. 111.
Address H. II. Ill KI IM KT,
teii'l 1'asa. Agent.
Iilel! Curlill A I n.
I.en'l tgls. r. I'm-. S .
1 Ta eti
be cursi 1
If yoa tulTer from any of ilia (
ilU of men, come lt the oklrsl
bpet-iaJut on ih 1'atilic Cuot (
OR. KIRDIM ft CO..
1051 Market M. Est d IOM. 1
Younir men sn.t idil l j
ILXiMl lili'ii who air HiilkTitiii
from the t'ffrrf ui youthtul ui'iist n iions tr rx-
PMI . . .. ...rsa M.l. .... I 'I.. ... ,1 1
m H'lallltT Itttpetlc-MOf rrnnhtM4 i
in rtit it. 'iiti .iiioifi; firi?iniirr'itti
m lrtilntrrliitL 4 Joiton-It !., 4a-ai, i
tT ! I rlMUtlliaT. !. Ity
I ' .f rcmr.tie, uf lxva cnr;ittvr ioW-
lite Ihw-tot hi 4i nrr-uijetl hs Irctniriil
h.it it m ill nf( only atf nl imitiptit.il rrli-f lutl
H-rmiofnt t tir. '1 lie 1 )x tur docs nut l.iitn to
erf.ifin no ft. l-s, dut i wi-U-known l le a fair
and M'!.ir? I't'VM' t in am! Snri:"n. T--niiniit
i (us i- t ilt y Ii UcnNnt f ,11 rn.
ttifroiiKli1v oruHititt frutit tli
i'stfin wlilit.nt ii'iftiK rflercurw
r V ll HAW nt'ilvlit; lis will rt
iv f tuir hmrt "jiini"H ot M.t roiithiiiiU
W tiolltiimranitfti HSITl h i '( h K in
r TltiiMnnl I'ollniM.
oniinrn-ion r k r r nn.i Mrirtty private.
CflAL'iJES VF.UY KFASONAHt.H Tn-.it-
f -Thr I'l
'hilAkiiiiih v M.T 1 "
fr. ( A
v.ihieiiae thx-k for men. J
VIOIT PH. Jl(l)tH1
m Ciroat Uliisoinn til Aniitoniyi
nm iiiicm ..! l.ll,'t'hl m.lsrunil.l lis Kill', mine
m wrM. ('..ini; an.l learn h "W won'l'lfiillv vm
Aift maile; how lo nv.n i mi knc.i anil nivr.ise.
w e are o nnmiillv a.l.hiii- n-w hiHiuiaeiiA. I
f 1051 Market Slrcol San Fnmciirn Cnl.