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Stevens Point Daily Journal (Newspaper) - January 14, 1893, Stevens Point, Wisconsin me of GRAVE CHARGES NEWS FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS of boundary line Delft lias Utter strip of a population of about wife of the secretary of has a of writing postal r to herself one day as reminders of vl duties to which sbe needs to attention on the next ri whole number of cabinet under s of which seventeen bout of the whole ber have been Ohio men Aft H PECK York state claims that have been found Of the edible species in his annual report he s that at least forty have been used od by him E speaker of the British house of has a salary of which fill the when he has to e for the parliamentary dinners ives to tie cabinet and the bers ic shall retire it will a peerage and a pension of ir Jan joint resolution reported Tiding that right si citizenship shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on count of sex The quarantine was discussed In tbe bouse a resolution was introduced to stop the purchase of silver bullion The private pension was discussed and a was providing that the term of all persons appointed to offices under the United States shall be for four years whether under civil service or wise and no person is to be eligible to bold office for more than eight years Jan I was discussed in the senate I ator Vilas in his opposition saying that the measure was i A no son shall be excused from testifying in criminal cases on the ground that his testimony might tend to criminate passed In the house the f appropriation 035 was si were also several private pension bills Jan session of the senate was given exclusively to the discussion of the on the sub- ject of regulations its AT N C Calvin murderer of Isaac Osborne lynched and in tbe straggle to prevent tha lynching eleven of the posse were killed as also wwe of the mob j of tbe gravest character have been pre- BT repeated explosions of natural against Archbishop by gas the vaults of tbe I prelate He is accused by building in Chicago thirty Archbishop Ireland of having engaged one men were an al conspiracy to weaken or the damage to property was heavy the effect of pope's decisions THE of Flora Fontaine col- to respect ored occurred at Columbia S C aged i 61 having hid recourse 117 years She was taken to j 102 years ago and had lived there ever i since i AT Lima O George died from accidental injuries and his wife j lost lier reason from grief and killed ly Michigan R Stockbridge of will succeed himself as United States having secured j the republican caucus Domination i that started in E F paint works in Denver to i adjoining buildings the total loss be- ing THE joint democratic caucus of the Missouri legislature renominated F XL j Cockrell for United States senator by I having Lid recourse to j methods unbecoming a bishop designed i to discredit and disgrace Archbishop Ireland and Mgr the papal to America These charges j duly f are now on their way to Rome where they will be presented to the highest tribunal in the church That tribunal has power to pass upon the accusations and to fix tbe ment of the accused if they be The whole world will eagerly Hi in and Injured Jan an ex- plosion of gas Saturday a wrecked three persons killed eral injured The list of the killed is as Thomas Duffy aged ironworker Mrs Sophia Daffy aged daughter of Mrs aged 2 Duffy aged 7 burned and f hurt by bricks William Harris iron i severely burned Mrs Harris hurt by falling walls child of Mrs i Harris burned and severely j The explosion occurred in tbe story brick house at 1010 Sarah street which was jointly occupied by the ilies of Thomas Duffy and Harris Tbe latter family occupied rooms on the third floor Harris await the decision for both prelates j to work at 7 o'clock He arose the accuser and the accused have long filled the most conspicuous positions in the American hierarchy Their differences of opinion have been ter of public rumor for years Bach acclamation starting him on his fourth I has very generally been considered as J is of the on West ity-first street York city ie same institution Miss Helen 1 supports two cots with the al proviso that they snail be used two of the most ren to immigration for one year After argument the measure was ordered printed In the house the attendance was small and private business ruled except the the for the muster and pay of certain cers and men of volunteer forces About thirty private pension bills also passed term Ix the Tennessee legislature the United States tor Bute AT the age of 102 years Henry Cooper a colored man died at the an object of the pope's favorable re- gard in respect of the new American it is said will be conferred at tbe ing jubilee If Archbishop Cor- rigan be found guilty as charged his b claimed that ly cover the amount j April 1 by the railroads entering and cow being expended for in facilities equipments eta in anticipation of avy increase of business during the Id's fair FROM WASHINGTON j THE visible supply of grain in United States on the 3d Wheat i corn oats bushels rye 000 barley bushels THE statement of the public debt sued on the 3d showed that the inter- est and bearing debt in- i creased daring the month of i December The in the treasury I was The total less treasury the balance in the amounts to or less thaa on 1 THE government receipts during tbe of his son-in-law City principal portion of the village of Mazon was burned A FIEE in the four-story brick ing of the Printing com- pany caused a loss of S C William Kiddie shot and killed S E This made thirteenth in that county In six months JOBS aged years who had j a fortune in lead and outlived it the i all died in the poorhouse at f m j TEE Indiana legislature at j Indianapolis in fifty-eighth session Ix the Ohio river at Cincinnati aai i ice gorge caused a property loss Is the eight states the south the iron product for ISSC is placed at tons FIEE destroyed the hotel near Oklahoma fate as well as the future of the j province of New York over which has so long presided will becon object of eager surmise i charges fail the caja scarcely be less serious in provinces after 6 leaving bis wife and child iu bed and taking the scuttle in one hand and a lighted laoag in the i started to the W coal The was closed at tae time as the family was j bed Harris thought he recognized a but was not alarmed net j ot any danger He opened the girted slowly dowi i steps trying to shield for fear that a stronger icy rushing up the intoi smell of thinkin Pay the of the Royal for Royal only Actual tests show the Royal Baking Powder to be 27 per than any other brand on the If an- other baking powder is fated upon you by the grocer see that yoi are charged the correspondingly lower kice Those baking powders sfd with a gift Of advertised or Sold at the cost of are made from alum and are dangerous to health Every can of Royal Baking a ticket giving directions how to obtain free s copy of The Royal Baket nd Pastry Cook ing 1000 of tae best and most practical cooking published culture is tai as a profitable industry IB Pacific States In some parts of it is reported as one of the most farmers have lifted heavy j of f rom their farms by the months of 1891 and tures of monthly circulation statement at Hot Springs Ark and nearly all the guests lost their personal effects AT Stoax City la the Leeds aad Improvement company failed with i past six were aad liabilities of aad assets of less crops ia the past year or so I asfi many its of orchards HE Moscow gapers are informed that tie treasury department shows a than nt having disposed of net decrease in the circulation during re sums of money in of the j last month of peasants has distributed Jus b estates among the members of his aly and practically beggard himself has not an acre of land or personal perty of any considerable account ich he may call his own of discovered i county recently teh the report of aa export who visited and examined tise find or so since shows to be of arable extent aud probable value j j people of the vicinity claim that ir is possessed of x mines in the United States XE of the sodden influx from of the THE president has issued proclamation full nesty pardon to all persons liable to the penalties of the act by reason of unlawful habitation under the color of mous or plural marriage who have since November 1 1890 sncb cohabitation but the express condition that they shal in the future faithfully obey the laws the United States and not wise Those who fail to avail selves of the clemency offered will be rigorously prosecuted FOB the past year the final estimates of the agricultural crop productions as Wheat bushels valne corn bushels value 746.630 bushels valne the seven days ended oa the fith the business failures in the United States numbered 840 against is is the current belief abroad that is sure to break out in in many European cities fc and the conviction among residents abroad that tha the United States may be as to previous week and 295 for the this at least a matter of attended delays to cerement reports Eer Halt of Isew had alary nf he never chancellor of Columbia college never received any salary as of any college he never received 000 a year from Eobert Bonner and corresponding time lasts year THE president has extended by an amendment to postal rule 1 the cation of the postal service so as to in- clude all free delivery offices of which there are understood to be 601 under civil service rules THE EAST IT is proposed by Mayor Babbitt of aunton Mass to promote m lectures and miscellaneous work f Jf bjl fininS ese false reports of his wealth bring f for conviction of i countless letters even from y Germany Egypt France and more ssia begging little sums of from Homestead Pa 0 to 000 complicity in the alleged I poisoning of men health of Berlin have t to the danger of i ice The microscope has re- 1 lied micro-organisms alive in the ice 1 ready to do their deadly work I ten in the ice pitcher It is well all who use ice to know the locality j lere it is cut and whether it is pure contains the germs of disease The alth authorities of every city should every where ice is fibered from stagnant ponds of im- re water They are disease and agents ks the course of his researches from lich has been prepared a new chart of e currents of the north Atlantic the ince of Monaco threw into the sea arly numbered and recorded atS of which 227 were returned with of their discovery on various ists A notable result is the tracing a great ocean vortex to the west of e Azores exists in this oceanic a region of calm where the do not follow any regular n and when the floats enter this pon they remain there often for or years by jealousy Louis Wagner shot and killed Mrs Fanny Spears aged 32 a handsome divorced woman at her home in Boston and then sent a bullet through his own brain AT the Kew York custom house tha total receipts during 1893 from duties were being more than those of 1891 THE legislatures of Xew York sylvania and Delaware convened on the Sd EIGHT persons were killed in an on the Baltimore Ohio road at Buena Vista Pa and two trains were wrecked ALBERT children three died Pittsburgh Pa of FLAMES swept away a block of frame buildings in Brooklyn N Y the loss being Is Pittsburgh Andrew an Italian killed while rescuing two children frota in front of a train THE attorney general of New York says that Erie county must pay the ex- penses of the national guard used ing- the switchmen's strike at Buffalo The amount is FOCK leaders of a of robbers who have stolen merchandise valued at over from freight cars were ar- rested in Buffalo X Y business buildings in Pa were burned causing a of over Ix Brooklyn Y the mayor auditors and aldermen have been in- for misappropriating funds AT Niagara falls cold weather formed an immense ice bridge and river the whirlpool clear to its long winter and as wolves are now as frozen ery plentiful coyote chasing is in a which had not existed 6 in ten years ALBERTO CAPPA the bandmaster of the regiment died at his residence coyotes which do great havoc the sheep ranches is said to be the sport in Montana The has speed and lan the fox He is now too well to be taken by the traps or meat or to in the vicinity of gun An will kc z wildcat and a the worst of an encounter ia the Deer Lodge pack of trained to the Mch affords them great fun Two have AT tbe dead letter office at jja the waifs aad strays of Christmas resents cards and other tokens of sorts of this season compose the of the articles received and sold at periodical auction was a sale of unclaimed and articles the office recently at ich more than half of tne j were Christmas -In the increase in at this time of the large percentage of gift because or quite often j t Coney Island N Y de- other property the b Two held up the of la and Graf ton Til Mrs Henry at the age of 107 of the off Ix the old world and South America the complete list of casualties where the loss of life was serious enough to be reported by telegraph including those who perished by disease and been is expressly named an the charges as a conspirator and possibly Father divided and the Ireland camp partners of Archbishop Corrigan the now alleged are tie as with priests of immediate entourage 675 in 1891 and in notably Father Is a battle tile revolutionists of SL Patrick's cathedral who near the Texas border seventeen ieans were slain Is Elhorn great factory was de- by fire the loss being BY a mine at fifteen men were killed have been given by the czar of Russia that relief works be started in the distressed districts forthwith for tie benefit of those suffering from the effects of the famine THE minister of the interior has dered all provincial authorities in many to arrest Mormon missionaries wherever they are found and send them to the nearest harbor on their way to America certain secret influences ex- in prison M Charles de Lesseps and M Marios Fontane general tary of tbe Panama canal have made confessions men n the canal steaL i Is Liverpool three cotton warehouses were burned with their contents the oss THE Canadian government immigra i ion agent A TV Webster says that ully SCO families have emigrated from South Dakota to the Canadian west during the past year wrecked in a torm on the Black sea including the steamer City of Manchester whose entire crew were drowned tbe warmer atmosphere above might blow the light Harris reached the of the step when suddenly the very air seemed turned to fire j for a moment blinded bim and caused intense pain At the same he felt himself caught up and hurled way up the steps his lighted lamp was shattered against a i The neighborhood was shaken then j by the terrific explosion and tbe few persons on the street saw the house i ter for ti moment then the roof fall in followed by the wall The floor was crushed in and fell carrying it to the first which held and this alone saved Harris life the harvest of had been awful for the Duffy family was wiped out of existence save the son and he may die The second floor the brick wall and the reof simply crushed the ceiling as though it was per and sleeping calmly in their beds Thomas Duffy his wife and the child in the by their side were awakened only to be crushed and burned in the ruins A policeman ing- sent in an alarm at once and soon a large force of men were placed at in America has i work to rescue the imprisoned inmates between the Corrigan Harris and her child were found easily and taken out They were cut and badly frightened William Harris was takea out easily but it took twenty-five minutes to dig to where the were im- prisoned They were alive when reached but died as they were being taken out Ireland Kor will the either case be of New York The Archbishop Ireland Archbishop Corrigan are of They date back to time tbe prelate of St Paul ia Arch- representations tbe on the question of the Knights of was about five years ago that time Archbishop Corrigan has scarcely made a pretense of perfect accord with either nal Gibbons or Archbishop Ireland Xor these prelates taken pains to profess unreserved friendship for his grace or New York terly the difference has been by the disputes over and more especially over Ireland's famous of education During this latter phase of ibe quarrel nearly the whole IB Life Ah life? so b A between rest ana rest An wall along the saui bright upon the A traced on shore Just rippled there then soca no more A breath upon a frosted pane A moment warmed then aguin The a that by passing Canst think of snore more fleet To image Yet in the iis ibe Our which knows no death Wch seems so brief to be Is crowned by immortality in Christi Jr is a fact will not bite a whose less are in So il can tho shark caa keep you're all Aad or lit gave vou theUp JIls uMy dear uid you mail tuy Reuses to Mia Parvenu us I jou ilr my on the street ami gave Uiui he direct p quiet inr friend aud said She to isx belter than Star Theater Chicago Marsi und her own engagement of two duration Monday January the most famous of all old edies School for Scandal does not make a summer but if from a is may lead to a Courser OP WEATHER cause Throat There is no more ual for Coughs Goius etc than Sold tndy 25 cts ardo Archbishop Corrigan's 1 Italian secretary i If the charges have been interpreted aright Archbishop Corrigan's accusers will try to prove the a conspiracy of which tbe center and extends in numerous ramifications America France and Italy At a meeting held in Xew York last October at which Satolli was present peace was thought to have been established between Archbishops Corrigan and Ireland but tbe apparent triumph of Archbishop Ireland is said CRUSHED BY MOVING fCE f En Priv fas winter girl who is described as to doubtless be classified as a form Star Destruction Wrought by the log Cp of the Ice at Cincinnati existence of i Jan ice gorge in Kew York is i the Ohio river broke Sunday afternoon and the worst fears of the river men have been realized The ing weather and the great sure of the immense fields of ice caused the crash to come earlier than was anticipated Word comes from Delhi that fifty men are in a perilous position on several coal barges floating down the river to have rekindled the old bitterness They passed Delhi 10 miles tween the two priests j low Cincinnati at 7 o'clock Fears joy the largest sale of acr medicine in the world Made only in ot Helens England the South Tile Foar Routa To all s southern trip the iiy Four Route special at- md advantages possessed by no other liu Solid trains heated with n and equipped with palace ing oars reclining chair cars and parlor cte dining cars run dauy making in Central Union in through express trams of tne Queen Ki Central and Chesapeake Obio Ra ways avoiding the trans- fer sary viu linos and y through service to Ola New Oi cans Jacksonville Sit Indian nuj all winter of the Tourist eta via Popular Big Four Rome arf cti sale at all tiolcet Ask lor the Route t B Ticket Ageut Ohio i A or I a funny about meu who liccn tn aru much Hour to the World's Fair Thh the title of an issued by tnp Milwaukee it St faul Railway for the benefit of Western people who intend to from to October the cost of getting there aad how toga It to do about about places to eat and sleep to get to the Pur grounds and it gives many other information Send vour address with a two-cent stamp and ask for a World's Fair Folder GEO H Pass ChicaRo never does po right in this said pessimistic hired man fences didn't come m until after pacts had gone out In- Journal Wanted Hen and Women suffer win Headache or to try Richard III Tablets cure when nil others f til Sent bv mail on receipt of Med Co Ciark Kinzie Sm Chicago If there is anything I admire more than any tiling else on said a acre on church to a dude on tha steps it is a finished LATER NEWS quarantine was further dis- cussed in tbe United States senate on ae 7th but no action was taken No was transacted in the honse THE First Baptist church at lamton N Y was burned the loss seing 3110.000 insurance aged 20 shot and rilled his er and stepmother at Tex A quarrel over a lorse was the motive AFIRE at River Mass destroyed he Troy I causing a loss to everal fi ms of THE Fernside from Odessa for Christiana was wrecked and the ia and eight of the crew were drowned The secular press began to teem with letters containing ments about Arch bishop Ireland which are said to have emanated from Arch- bishop Corrigan's friends When Dr was restored by Mgr Satolli a few days ago the storm of tion reached its climax The daily pers in all parts of the country gave circulation to the most unreserved and bearing with no light touch upon Archbishop Ireland and Mgr such evidence as this Archbishop Ireland arrived at the conclusion that he and Mgr Satolli were the target of a secret skillful and propaganda Among the evidences of the supposed conspiracy was the discovery of an at- tempt made by Archbishop to have published in carefully selected pers throughout the west an cle written by himself in which an attempt was made to belittle j over the aims of Mgr Satolli and Archbishop Ireland in regard to were entertained of a crash between Delhi and North Bend as the ice in that vicinity was moving slowly and liable to gorge at any time Collier and with four barges were ing np right behind The gorge that moved past nati extended from Coney island above the mouth of yie Little Miami to be- i low Anderson's ferry distance of nearly IS miles For 2 miles below this the water was clear and open Then came another gorge beginning at the i mouth of the Great Miami and ing below This tower i gorge was about 5 miles long The per gorge with its doomed coal fleets crashed into it and tore it out and now j both are grinding their way with a i rific roaring far down the Ohio at 5 or 8 miles an hour By 9 o'clock p m all apparent ger to the steamers at tbe landing was The gorge had passed and f river was comparatively clear One that a man can get ing drunk on water Weil so he cau cb j lyn Texas His don t like Mr Neglect a Congh Take some i has a metallic ring Horehound and Tar J Mabel Is there a diamond in Pike's Toothache Drops Cure ia one p a stormy said tha to florists for this If the king with easy you would have your start early put i so has beet and them m spring Courier I ape Journal you you play the when I'm do you I should say I've not bad but one a six Ocean THE SPOILS believe in Yes asleep I a dollar Jones and I want it bad All right Taku this counterfeit Life people are frequently found trifling with the keys of an upright O Picayune AN infernal machine the early mg snow Washington Star S you pray for t good meeting don't lake your dog to Horn THE MARKETS towboat the owned by the school question There were i Marmet Co valued at was appeals to the various addresses to use sunk and destroyed such influences as they have to protest the destruction of coal the unfortunate influence ob- and other property from by Archbishop Ireland at Rome at this hour has been terrible and against Mgr The harbor tow boats Comet Benwood ence in American Catholic affairs I and Alice Barr were goiog down which is described as offensive and j the gOrge fully manned and working annoying heroically to break the ice and save ROME Jan Vatican has j property caused an inquiry to be made into the j s the nearest approach to an LIVE W 3 TO Hogs t 7 Fair to Fancy 2 ia 423 Xo 2 Red 79 Ungraded Ked 75 so Ungraded Mixed 49 37 17 50 05 20 keers 25 I S 200 Feeders Butchers t Good to Choice Hurl i 80 so 1 50 7 15 8 00 20 21 THE explosion of a lamp set on fire motives and the extent of the approximation of the destruction of he Elkland furniture works at tion to the Satolli mission The pope j Forty-five loaded barges land Pa and a less of re- j holds absolutely to his policy worth each six empty suited I that ecclesiastical affairs in the Woo of Cleveland O a i United States shall develop shiftless fell ait a domestic selves along moderate lines and rel cut his wife's throat with a razor in a spirit of harmony with the j oo 17 75 and then killed with the same IT is proposed to consolidate the wire wire rods and cuf industries of the United States with a combined of THE breaking of the ice gorge at destroyed forty-five loaded jarges and sixty empty ones the total oss being CHARLES UZAY police judge died at Oakland Cal He was probably the man on the Facile coast ing H SLAVIN a wealthy farmer residing near New Castle Pa 60 years old his wife probably ly by burglars and robbed of a large sum of money NIKE business houses and one ing were burned at Odessa Mo the total loss being J THOMAS DUFFY and his wife and child were killed by an explosion of j natural gas in their home j burgh j A two-dollar counterfeit 5s in circulation in St Louis It bears the head of Gen Hancock arid is of the series of letter B The paper is so good as to defy detection by except an expert I THE lower and middle classes of land lost by the collapse of j tne of London j on the morning of the 9th it j was G was Hearing death liTe was ing slowly and peacefully away be- t tween spells of sleeping winch is another name for a state of com a tions of the United States From of- sources it is learned that all the archbishops who took part in the New York conference have affirmed tbe fourteen scholastic proposals which Mgr Satolli placed before them in the name of the Last Spike CHICAGO Jan railroad is completed Ad- vices from Spokane Wash state that the last spike on the Great railway was quietly driven Friday 13 miles below tbe summit of Stevens pass on the western slope of the Cascade The only officials present General C and tendent J D As the last rail brought forward by and laid in position Messrs Shields and took spike mauls and with blows drove home the last barges worth each total Add to this a corrected of the value of Marmet's towboat son which the owner puts at and we have a grand total of This includes the boats that were ried away last Friday Not one cent of insurance is held on any of this TWO KILLED OUTRIGHT Sleighing Far tern ate A Missouri GOESSA Mo Tan broke out in the dry goods store of Burr Bros Friday night and almost the entire block on the west side of the street be- tween and Mason streets was loss The burned section includes nine houses and one dwelling in ST 9 frightful accident is from in the Of The boiler of the public baths at that place ex- and six persons were killed and fifteen mortally injured Party Kun by a Train Near R Mich 9 A De- troit Lansing Northern train struck a of people at 40 miles east of here Saturday ing- killing two persons They are Mrs John Schafer who was horribly mangled Mrs George Osmun George Osmun is so badly injured that he cannot live and his little son is also terribly hurt he may recover The carried the cutter half amile arid it was stopped the body of Mrs Osmun was stilt in it her skull being crushed TOOK BLOODY REVENGE A Texas Youth His Father and Sicara I Bakers Corn 2 Oats Xo 2 No 2 Choice iO 55 4 00 3 UO 2 5.1 Jan 0 5 -S fe 3 75 4 75 80 a ai 39 59 50 6 00 2 75 rf i 3 75 -1 70 ttr 7 fr 5 40 lift 31 eo -x Q 5 Or 3 CB 73 H fyM 70 4 10 3 to 2 45 Common KANSAS CITY art Feeders HOGS OMAHA HOWS 1C 90 00 36 DO 00 15 00 in 50 516 50 a tf 2 65 2 63 O j 15 GO 4 93 2 83 fa 3 40 5 50 7 05 4 50 45 4 85 00 5 00 2 25 Cj y 50 6 75 29 3 75 5 03 IB tou ever feel yourself getting ed remember that tue best people are ail did the hen a asked Johnny when he saw a broken Republican THE is frequently heard at the Three things which all workingmen know give the most trouble in their work Sprains Bruises and Soreness THREE AFFLICTIONS Three supreme tions which all the world knows mankind the most with Aches and Pains Rheumatism Neuralgia and Lumbago THREE to do are these Buy it try it and be promptly and ly cured by the Tex Jan Albert McDonald aged shot and killed his father and stepmother Friday He be- frenzied in a row his father over a horse and a gun shot the old man who was sitting by the fireside killing him instantly The woman attempted to from the house anil was shot clown as she ran McDonald fled but bloodhounds from ths penitentiary were put on his trail and he was captured in a He has confessed 1 A DISTURBANCE isn't yon if your ach and bowels are irregular about ail you get though witri tho ordinary pill It may re- you for the moment but usually in a state before This in just hero Dr Pierce's do most good They act in an easy and natural av very different from huge old-fashioned They're not only pleasanter but there's no re- action afterward and help laste Ono little pallet for a gentle laxative or corrective for a cathartic Son Indigestion Attacks Sick Bilious are promptly relieved and cured They're the smallest the easiest to the cheapest pill you buy for guaranteed to give satisfaction or your is returned You pay only for the good yon AN ANGEL OF HELP Dr Cuyler the great preacher says God always has an of help for those who are do duty This is true in all relations of life The man who resolutely goes to work to help himself is tHe one who gets what he The man who whines and complains is the one who is left behind in the race Good health is one of the first conditions of success hut even this cjn be by resolutely for it When you are worn out jaded and blue you can be certain that vour liver is out of order Go at once and get a of the tive Gum Drops gum drops are mild and They act upon the liver stomach and bowels and arouse them to action They are not a drastic purge but are a mild gentle laxative If you will steadily persist in they will cure you of any trouble They come in two sizes the small at ten cents a box the large size at cents a box Get them of any dealer SYLVAN REMEDY CO 15 tc 25
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