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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - April 12, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHARO8 ioTH YEAH SATUBUAY EVENING APKIL 12 1890 NO 298 JOHN GRAYS Corner 4 YiTv i T r TCf um a sense of propriety and JDuTN UAljJU Ir5 JJjJLLNlj I Jue aPPreiatioii of silt interest should have uggested to him the wisdom of asking to be excused in the case a request which would ljfe of course have been complied with The Great Commoners Nearly at its Close A Hi fit Job Low or than over hoard of No one should fait some wliilo they last to gcri A TltSKMEXTM DOLAXJ CHiiftA HOLrfK tiorAN MASMini WEDNESDAY APRIL J6 Grand imd Ilijuihir liiiniHliuu uul Jhur atnr Actor Mr GEO O STALED IN k ROYAL PASS WAITING FOR THE LAST SUMMONS The Iatiniit Kept ii Cumltlun Ojji of Chicago Contiiui Of till till IMF Nelson i tint Instruction nmittec on Grain n Schtimi for South IVAN XOTHT iu Oiliiirr of Ilia lniijin i iiinl i ANDItKVS lioITKlt u illilr 1CI CIMiur CKU C HTAtEr f Cast of Unusual Excellence Appoiutliiuiitd Tfj THfl thu Jlclvetian Seidlife Powders Will Heacfache S 12th3t DrugStore ROHSEY STIIAIN Strain Calls Promptly Attended Day or Night No to FURNITURE PR THK LOWEST OUP Designs New United States in Atneriicu WASUINOTOS CITV April 11 oclock last nijii Rfpresentative Randall was very low and his physicians hardly ex pected him to live through the night Ha rested yesterday ruorma0 but his condition wtus tho sanii us ttw day beforL His physi cian bail remained at this house during tho outire night for the first time since tho cornmencixnent of his illness He retains strength Co rufivc about in bed but lifo isnoiv hardly inoru than mere existence Opiates arc given him to niako him easier and most of the time he i only semicon scious lias not for two weeks been without fever He tulfes his nourishmont well MURRY NELSON ON FUTURES rhu Oiicriitur Civu tlin Stiites iiitii Some PoIntH WASIUXUTIVV CITY Afiril li Murry kelson of Chicago mado nu argument bo oro the house committed on agiiculturo yesterday in opposition to tho Butteruorth bill to prevent dealing in options and fut jures Ho declared that all tuu regular com j uiercial exchanges in tiie were in j sympathy with tbo obvious intention of the j fracueis of tho suppression of puts mid calls nnd bucketshop gambling But Uus law would kill all kinds of truding It Is kuoim to every one anid Mr Nelson Vh at as a rulu farmers want to market their tiroes us soou as possiljlu after harvest lu MWit cases their ntCossitiiM aro such that tuy aro imablo to lioid the grain Here capit al steps in estimates the future value of gri vin imd advances the oil which to mo ve thu hoping t a small i tit profit for itself The Whole AIixlnx Opuriinill After sajiug that England and contt nuntal Europe ttirougii the great marts o Liverpool aui Antwerp advance a larg part of V he capital required to pay th farmer cash for bis cropp at an assumcc future vnlue Mr Nelson continued Tlu farmer wants to sell bis whiat and he goes to thu railway station ami asks tho loca grain buyer for an offer The grain buyei has bul small capitaland he can go on buy ing only by gutting thu money from one of tho financial centers He takos in a quan tity of grain issues wjuenouiu or crib c sipts against it aiul sends these re ce ipts to his city as col la tera Tile city merchant in turn car rio the receipts to his banker tliiomoney is a ivanced As soon as possible bills lacli ug follow jtroni the local dealer to tha city merchant and from tbe luerchiuit to the b uiik QS addition security After the ar rival of thp grain iu Chicago or otkor centor it is nised and warehouse receipts issued against it for nso as collateral This is tho system which the bill would interfere wit ami sulject to harassment In reply to questions Mr luilson said the local bauks could not ndvuuce of the capttal require nuy proixjS now known ia cCUimercial The IVorMs Fair Bill GTON CITY April senate quadricentsnnial committee has ordered tho world fair bill reported with some amend niviits One oC tbcsa is to modify the provi iiou ill presidents ttctiou in tho iiKitttr tli wording of tbe bill being chmijzcrl to read that he shall be satisfied of the liresiousible character of tbe subscrip tions beore inviting foreign nations to par ticipate in the exposition Another amend ment provides for the holding of a naval re view at and a celebration at Washington City no dates being specified and no appropriation asked for the purpose A DASTARDLY DEED Cowardly Abduction of a Pret tv Cleveland CSiri A MT3PTF4WP A Review of Troops at tKc Capital WASHINGTON CITY April President Harrison accompanied by the members of his cabinet and the delegates to the Pan American conference reviewed the regular troops and the District National guard on tho Monument grounds yesterday afternoon About oGOO soldiers passed before the pres ident and the distinguished party accompa nying him Tho weather was boautiful and tho review attracted a great croivd of peo plj to tho spacious grounds siouth of the mansion None but the IJcat Workmanship AUowcil tu Leave Dtir Salesroom REPORT ON ARBITRATION TUu Scliemo IrojMisoil for 5 Auicicin KfjpaJiIics WASHINGTONirrv April Pan American eoufixreree lial under consider tion yostorday the report ol tha commit tea ou general wcLiaro It with tho ques tion of arbitration of international difficul ties is composed of articles aud includes in its proviuons tbo republics of Soiltb and Central Aiiurica uud Hixyti It appltes tho principles of arbitration to all aud aud provides that a dfcisiou of a inn jority of the asbitra tors shall bo obligatory upon the signatory nations Tlui ouly case iu which a nation may decline to arbitrate ij in its judg i nont its independence may ha endangered Mny Settle Old Disputes Questions niready decided by treaty cau UQ t be reopened but all disputes now pcnd insmay bo referred to arbitration as well as all questions coucerniug tUo validity in terpretation or enforcement of sucli agree uieuts There is no limit as to who shall bo Bjbitrutors even private individuals being oligible nud the court consist of only olio porsou it he is agreed to by the nations concerned Provision is made for an um pire who shall not be a member or tlto court but ahall decido such questions as he arbi trators disagree upon Tho treaty is to ba j iii force twenty or Jcnger ir no im tion proposes to withdraw iu wlikih caie it t must give one years notice and during that bo subject to thu provisions of the fareaty Whon any oue is to be binding on tho ithdraws the treaty remainder taibou i Soos BREAKFAST DISH ASKYOUR6ROCERFOH IT DUSTERS ARE THE BEST 100 styles prices to suit all Wu AVRES 4 SONS PHILADELFJUA Sou bv all u Congress CITY April in trrfuced in tha senate yesterday a bill authorizing tho postmaster general to con tract with American buJc aud ownud ships for a veufcly mail betuean Tampa Fla and Asjinwall for tivcyears at a compen sation roV CKcetfdiag Tha Montana case was uNcn tflteu up lUid Gtvrge urging that it bo referred back to thi peo plo of Mouta no The house fair bill was reported uul after an executive sessiou the sonata adjourned The house took up thecontested election j case of tYaddell TS Wise from tile Rich j moud Ta district but at 5 p in took a ru j cess without action Co p m uight I scission was for private pension bills but En loe gave notice that until the house per j initteJ action on private bills Friday he allow no private pension bills to be passed Friday uight He then took up the time with a long speech on southern war claims The house adjourned at A Xetv Republic in Incabntioa WAiiHiXGTOX CITY April 12 dele gates of the PanAmerican congress have been informed that the union of thei Central Amarima republics is now complete with the exception of Nicaraugua which wiil ratify the treaty at its next congress The i plan L provisional aud looks forward to i their union in ten years under the sjstem of the United States by which they will be come one nation to be coJled the Republic of Central America Reprimand to Xieut Steelc WASHIXOTON Crrr April Scho field has published his reprimand to Lieut j Steefe as required by the sentence of the court jnurtiaL Tho general rebuses the lieutenant for his loss of selfcommand in i striking and abusing Wild aud drives home the nesj5sity for those who command others to be able to command themselves He says j abuse of subordinates by words or Wows can not be tolerated under any circurastances He also disapproves of the lieutenant acting advocate at the trial of Wild and Continued by the Senate WASIIIVOTOV CITV April The senate in secret session bos confirmed tls followiii nominations Lawis A Grant to be assist ant secretary of war Brig Gen Nelson A Miles major general Col B II Cirierson brigadier gaaeral J H Cisney of Indiana Indian inspector A F McJIillau of JliHi gsK duiuty first auditor treasury an a long list of postmasters Had Hiri Pension limatoil WASHINGTON Cmr April J Edgar Eugle the assistaut chief of tho record di vision in the pension bureau has been dis liissod Mr Engles pension was reratec jtiring the early part of the present admiuis ration The lowii Tjawmalvera PES MOINES la April The senate spent a good deal of time yesterday on th subject o Hihat bills should bo considered before adjournment aud the school tex book bill was ouo ttet vas favored Th house defeated tbe kepybjirnn redis trictin bill to the objecting to tho grouping ojf tb counties they denounced as q gcjrymandcr It is probable that no bill will pjis A number of bills were seut tc third rewjinjj and the district uniformity and county purchase text book bill was passed Tiiu governor will have ao appoin three Republican Hiiue iijspactors as they were the only ones that passcd botore tho Kepublicau boajd of Ho has appointed Gcu Ureeu of Csdai Rapids adjutant general Tho Evungelicul Vlglit CKCAGO April the autiEsher Evaugflljcal conference yesterday resolu tions were adopted deploring the conduct of thoso who sesedgd and declaring al offices held by tho scceders vacant aud that said seceders will not be giyeB appoint ments unless they return During tht set slon a legal notice was served on the secro tary to appear in court April 2u and an swer why the records should not ba turned over to the Esher conference The secretary previously had ref used to give tlia records to a constable ie2aring that he did not know where hoy were Tbe bishops conference went on with its business Landlords Xot Satisfied LONDON April convention oi Irish landlords sitting at Dublin is exhibit ing a spirit of unrestrained opposition to the land policy of tiio government as ex pressed ia JSalfours purchase bill only doea denunciation of the measure de clare ths belief of tus convention that ii ia injurious to tho interests of the landlord 3ut it is assarted with equal vehemence that t fails in rspect to relieve tenants from tbe hnrdsliijxs they claim to bo laboring under A Protestant Goes to Rome ISTEW Vonic April Charlotte Temple Hugo tha nieco of thei Protestant Episcopal bishop of London England Thursday received thn white veil of a novice tho chapel of the House of the Holy Trinity in this city Jliss Hugo came to iho United States two years ago aud joined the Roman Catuolip church in Philadelphia intends to devoto her life to the care and reformation of dopraved young women lilowing the Farms Away AJJEEDEEY S D April veritable lust blizzard ragid hare last uiglit A tor wind blowing from the northeast bore clouds of heavy dust from plowed and ul iivated fields about INo damage is report xl in tho city but grave fears are enter ained for fields of newly seeded wheiit much of which will probably bo uncovered and blown awav Another AntiJewish Riot VIENNA April Tho disorders which prevailed in the Jewish quarters a few dsys ago were renewed in the Favoriten auarcer yesterday The riot was of short duration ana wns promptly quelled bjthe jolice and a of buzzars The1 uob was and a number of arrested Assaulted Slie Is ju an KnanU Slic Chlorofoitned Spirited Away in Carriage uid Kept fin Three Days She llelurus Home iti ti Tentble Condition anrt Call Tell Very Little of What Happened ti Her Xo Clue to this CLEVELAND O April 13 Maud E Kelso the loyearold daughter of Sher iff Charles P Kelso a real estate agent who strangely disappeared Thursday even ing was Indiinppeif chloroformed anl takn into the suburbs and almost killed by some villain or ilaius unknown Miss Kelso is a very pretty girl of plump figure beautiful blonde hair and would attract at tention anywhere Her mothor died sev eral years ago and tfhe livs with her sister Mrs William Hutchius at i2l Cedar ave nue Thursday ufteruoon sle visited her fathers office downtown and not finding Jim in let c a note asking him to call at her liome in the ovetiing A few minutes before oclock ilrs Hutchins nskjd Maud jo to a notion storj on Ouiuq iitrael tp purchase some cuiiars and from thoro to imithnights drug storu or dland ave lue for a prescription for a neighbors child 5iuiuirted on tbe errands by ler devoted and almost inseparable com panion a large spaniel leaving word that f her father came in her absence he should vait for her as she wished particularly to ue him TfJiu fiirl JJud Disappeared At 7 oclock Mr Kelso arrived and raiting half an iiour became uneasy at her roloneed absence aud started out to look ler u He went to the notion vtore oti jiardtn street found she had been there tiecollars U Smithuights store be learned tbat had jjot called for the eiiription Somewhere between Yhce two point only a few blocks apart ihe seemad to have dropped out of sight Mr Kelso now thoroughly alarmed en gaged tbe family neighbors and two police men in tho search All the stores in the licinity the homes of her associate and were visitod without finding tha Mightyst iiuo to her whereabouts It was now 9 OMlueij cuid some mis hap had Ilulliri of tile IJOB Mr Kelsn triod to ijniat his apiirehousiou with tin knowledge Umt Maud was accom panied by her faithful Carlo who was a plucky dog ami would to tha death for bij mistres LHit whu at Carlo dragged iiiio lie Uous crippled inoneieg and his hanjsonu brass collar pounuod out oj siiipr tlio worst fears of the family seemed realized ttnd ill Kelso bMijio nltnost fraiftic at thotiioiight of what must lisva htfnjlcu his motherless girl Secies of neighbors and a numbsr of police nad detectives continued the search all through the uight The moment day ight appeared all tli3 alleys barns and va lots withins a mile or more were ex cil but without developing the slightest iuc The J pirl IlenpjHars Just lujfojv noou acquaint ance of 3Iiss Kelso who standing at the window lei fjonie on Sterling avenue savianl staggering by un tha street and g of her disappearance excitedly ran by name Miss Kelso at but on the second call rushing into th arms d Oi take mj horn iiiivir any questions but d n a carriage nnd taker distracted father FOUL MURDaR Of A WOMAN A Soiled Dove of Hnriey Wis Killed j with ail Ax i HUKLEY April body of j Lotta Morgan was found ia rear of the Svea saloon at an early hour yesterday aft ernoon with a terrible gash over the temple evidently indicted with an ax Shi1 left the saloon of John Sudivan late Thurs lay night goiti out by the ivick door ani was truck down i she behind the S aioi ir was enticjd back igiin afterwurl The iffair is shrouded iu ruystery tliere not tlie slightjt duo to the nurdrer Thj ieed uuld no have Cor robbery as hr Isgaut diamond rins were still oa her tln iers over S2J was found iu her The woman had lived in Hurley four yvars and was not considered tough vvitiaii of her class out and cnlljd her first did not iuiiiod her fikud cri Vii ujitl to ii was toniJerly pittpod o hoi wlieii1 Ship Building Plant at Xew Bedford NEW BEDFORD Mass April A com any is being formed with a larga capital to stablish a plant tore for building iron and teal sailing and steam ships of large capac y adapted for foreign trade The com any promises to begin operations as soon as hs Fanjuhar subsidy bill js passed A Charge Against Explorer Stanley BERLIN April Reiclmrd iu a lee tare here last night declared that Stanley before setting out on bis journey in quest of Dr Livingstone learned the whereabouts of that explorer from Arabs at Zanzibar aad concealed his information in order to en hance the importance of his feat Wbut TVU1 tuc Saints Do Now OTTAWA Oat April Dominion parliament Thursday night aciendad tbe criminal law so as to make the panaltv for polygamy five years in prison instead of two This is aimed ac the Jfcrmons who have emigrated to the Canadian northwest The Billraril Tournament CHICAGO April played a game of billiards with Heiser yesterdav in which he recovered the honors lost Thurs day with Ives The student made one run of ITS The score vras Slosson 500 Heisej 112 At night Sclaaefer beat to 134 Robbed a Labor Pnlom BCFFALO If T April T Hayes treasurer of the Switchmens union is short in his accounts He refused to moke any statement regarding what Traa done with tha money and vrss arrested Itor grand larceny and held for trial in 2OOQ In sponging to reduce the boat of the body in fever odd to the water as its rajrfd cooBngthe iton and sister and svcn pour Carlo received her vith pathtic demonstrations The poor girl was greatly prostrated and mentally lazeil Her hit missing her clothing with duit anl mud and she was adly bruised her throat bearing marks as if choking She complained of feeling old hut ivns too delirious for hours for ny jf her esperieuee to be ch ained Hur Stoiy of Abduction Dr Sponger made au examination aud Described for her relief He stated that she lad undoubtedly been heavily chloroformed dragged away by tha and fearfully atus d Last evening Miss Keso was suf Jcieutly recovered to maka a statenieut hough still in a highly excited and nervous condition approaching hysteria She said hat after leaving the notion store on Garden treet and while passing Pine street a nar ow and unlighted thoroughfare a mau topped up behind her placed a wet hand erchief over her face and in spite of her trugglcs lifted her into a carriage She emembcrs nothing clearly that occurred ubsequeutly until daylight yesterday when she found herself iu a field outh of iToodlaud avenue iu tho suburbs he exact location of which can not uow be scertained yoCIuo to the Abductor Mr Kelso believes tliat when his daughter ully recovers her mental poweis she will ell a story showing that sha made a desper te fight in spite of the efforts to render her nconscious the details of which she cannot ow recall Her physicians reportedat 10 clock last evening though in a oitia le condition and suffering greatly she would undoubtedly recover unless unlooked for results from the night exposure ensue This afTKr following the murder of Maggie McCarthy a domestic in the family of Rev Wilton Merle Smith two years ago and little Maggie Thompson by Otto Leuth last jtimmer has aroused public feeling to the highest pitch lu this cas2 there is not the slightest clue thus far Russian Official Infamy April Telegraph as serts that several of the conspirators asso ciated with Maj Paaitza iu his attempt to assassinate Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria have confessed that iL Ptoainoff the presi dent of he Bulgarian court of cassation was poisoned in Paris by Russian agents British IJuy Boston Breweries BOSTCW April 12 The Glob confirms the reported sale of the following Boston breweries to au English syndicate at the fig ures named Roessle Boylston 1300000 Suffolk J35l000 also the Stanley brewery of Lawrence at Eorthijake at Dover Me ile April earthquake shock was felt here yesterday morning a few minutes before 3 oclock A noise like that caused by an explosion was first heard and then tbe earth trembled for several seconds All Quiet at Valencia VALSJICIA April city has re sumed its normal quietude The marquis of CerraJbc and bis fimily took their depart ure yesterday They were escorted to tat railroad station by troops Till Forestall the Mew Duty Kixcsrov Ont April dealers here are buying barley in large qasa titles and arranging for its shipment to the United States in anticipation of the new American tariffyhicb increases the duty Fire ves sels with barley cleared from here within week More Goods Our Counters Marked and Placed Upon L r Mamie Stnrrs Clever Game LAGO Apri li Starr tho poi o the Xewlaad family when she was firt captirod persists I iu tatomeut that he had not put the xjison in the food while admitting its TM it was Jetorminsd to take her v route sho traveled when 3h left 1 house and have her point out wliLTo thrown the poison The day tetire this took place fho tried tu bribe an attendant at the police tatiin to get hr a box of the poisonintend ing t concval it iu her dress aiul produce it when siltni taea to the place whore had h i i ivai thus showing npiixiitly that ohe had nut used any of it tiiliil Iwiilc ill Churoh Lovnov April tha celebra tion uf nasj in tho Kon u citliolio church at BroiiscowiU flu the diHij caught fire an H uurnetl to the The congregation beonms panic stricken and choke the exits so that a largei lives isbed to their assistance anl set the stream in mo tion Two killed and several injuraj L tij iuLi LUCALLS so UIIIG a la numlwr persons must have lost 1 but for pjsejjcj iC villagers ivoo rus All at Wet Goods Prices DEWENTER The Hatter A H SHROYKR Logunsport CIGARS Shroyer CIGAR JOBBERS Formerly with Musi Have Very Credulous BOSTON April Tho of tka tii4 ln school ijt liraokliiia all in their auLs ysljiilay and the trouble over thtf flcig issnLvl The iirincinil says the pupils iu uitiiiivv Tlmrslay had probably been wrongly ud tu UIiuvo that the British Hag was to be placed over tlis shonl Tho flag prs3utod by tho BritishAinrican society as tli stars anl strip3 Cllise for Liourill Kcjitlclng April iJTlio UIM jvf iin Vbsiit f ho olection iii tlij iarrarvon district n Tho uar margin of twenty votes by they secured the sent is not a particularly well detiiKd ground for an ebullition of joy hut the fact that they have ivgaiuul tho seat which they lost in 1865 reivlyrs their re joicingexcusable a Wost Mary laud Street Indlumipollg West and Domestic Cigars Fine Goods other Fine Goods AS6ntS FUMAS GRAND and The above Firm will bo roiwgeutal by Fred Dykemau in this vicinity BOCK EEERl PuiuiuiiLiinv 1A Myors rommitted siticido last night after making two futllo attompa to kill his wife who Ijnd kn on roaoiint of iiltreatment The tray iy occurrol at 300 Lithgow street wbere Mrs Myers was living Myers was 28 old ainJ hn I no permauent resi dence ilio waiiiiiig aalegates of thj New York HouixtmithV union ordered man to quit work Frjdivy njld tUsyauit Tho WontliciWo aiay ICxpaot WASniNUTOX CITY April folliMv Ing lire iluweather liidicatioui for thirtysix from S i in vesrcnirtj For Iowa Rain into HIIOU iiicrcdid by fail decidedly weallier ly shiftini to westerly inds Inral sturiii cold wave For Lower llicli exn fair decided ly wiiiuier wciile Cullowed Saturdiiy even int by kriKll aiilUliwusily ui jfi IVlsconsin Mliiin and llliuisFiiir veatlnr followed Saturday y rain or now ciioler fol lowed Sunrtav by a decided fall in terapera ture wimli Kales on the lakt ttd iu western THE MARKETST CnicAoa April Qunliitions on thibnarl nf KU were us fiillinvs S Mny ijened loiKil 64fio June opuutM closed sVjc Inly oiicriKl Rfc closed Cere No iieretl closeil Jiinc iiinin floscd July liU cloid OatsNo 2 May iiiir closnl Miif June o OIKUL closed iluy SluJi closed pencd SUilK closed Slllli closed S115TJ July rinsed S1107U LardMay ojiened opened closed Pork June opened opened Live lowiu u uitli S4ii its lt The stock yards report the fol rf prices HocjsMarkit opened prices hisjhen light Kradea oiisli packini Suug420 mixed 3i iieavjpackius and snip pirLlois CattleSteady beeves j34t3tJ extra S5iXJrt5in slockers and feeders jLii cow and mixed 5U cornfed Tcxans Slow iniittons SfiniifiO lambs 90 westerns S5OS5T5 Produce Buttr Fancy per II mu creamarisi Kitlij darles finest fresh c packing stork Strictly fresh 11 pr doz Dressed Chickecs uiAfflOc per Ib turkeys mis Iieis ducks Apples FHJI tj ujjiso per bbl Nftw York NEW YORK April 11 No i red winter May do July SOJic do Auifust Xo mixed 4uac cash do May do June do July 40i4c OatsSteady Xo mixed cash do May do June ac Rye and Xomiually un changed Dull mess for new LardQuiet May July 8665 Live Stock CattleMarket a shade firm er steers SaStfTMlXl y lit Its bulls and div cows fS40fiASi Sheep and LsnbsSheej3 tinner yearlicas steady sheep 557agiT06 S ID yearling Iambs 50yg775 spring lamCs mch li hozs lW XO fts the Finest and BOCK BEER Made Exclusively from Pure Malt and Hops Soli EverywIiEre in Elie City SIXCORD COTTON leading Dealers WILUMANTIC SPOOL For Sole by all 34 Unton Square New Vork City Aug After a series of tests at our Elizabcthportfactory extending over a period of several months we have decided to use the WILLIMANTIC SZXCORDSPOOL COTTON believing it to be the dest thread now in the market and strongfy recommend tt to all agents purchasers and users of the Singer Machines THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY Five Drives In CANNEDGOODS FITZGERALD S FOLEY 228 Market St CREAM Telephone No 105 MIGK KLE1IN Merchant Tailor Has Just Received his Spring Samples Suits and Pants S5 557 S8 The Cheapest and Best First Class Work Guaranteed Cor 4th and Broadwayup Stairs B WHITSETT Dealer in the Popular LightRoiing Domestic Sewio Its superior excellence proven in millions at homes for more than a quarter of a centnrv It is used by the United States Government En dorsed by the heads of the great Universities astheStrongeatPurest and most Healthful Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia iJmeor Alum Sold only to cans PB1CE BAKING POWBBB CO hew York CUcaw Bu Traacwoo The constantly increasing demand for the Domestic proves its excellence and our manj satisfied customers will tell you that the Domestic is 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