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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - April 17, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY 15TH YEAB THURSDAY EYENJNO APJilL 17 1890 NO 302 JOHN GRAYS Corner Nottingham Laces Etamine Plain and Colored Scrims Fancy Draperies Etc Also a full line of Window Shades Piin and Dado Poles and Trimmings Department Upstairs South Americans Dish Up a Brilliant Banquet New Jersey Against Her THE TAEIPF BILL MAKES TS BOW AHCMIUIKNTM DOLANS OPEitA HOUSE WM DOLAS PROrltlFTOU Special EnKUgementTw Nights Commoncintc FRIDAY J1PRJL 18th THE LESTEJTOPERfl CO in A HTi MDLLE HELENE LESTER rriuijIwUt Uirl Illlli Oil Snturdur SUrlit Gilbert nml Siillivnns comic upern Pinafore Special Scenery Elegant Costumes c rente st Kvent of the Season Scale of Prices M and eents Seats on Mile ut KecHl UKS ilrim store VlOld fr GUAM yeMFNNF ami Of Jubllw ve SlmuMeitinu llcnlfi with IllllKiKCI KTKKIIK to buattenled ut JCTOWSK situate at VISIUTTM bV KAST corner ye cross rmulH Known Sixth anil llrfiiulwny In ye village of Loutmsport CoinmomvcuUhot Indiana KICIDAV Illlli 4tll MONTH IStll mill Will UAVS ill UKyear of of our Lord M IHXCXC Yt tiivcs to thPSi entertainments will lie llxidile at yo sum or one shilling pciicc which is cents new tangled money Kuves iincl trirls under twelve 10 pence N If Ve doors of ye Towno Hullo shall be awufii oyon at early iamile tiffin nliich is 7 of tho deck to prevent unseemly ruslilmr for iimslek will strike up at eijdit bv ye bljrTmvni clock on yi court house an us to favor yo mon folkcs thai can not tret their chores done iurlur ttniiUEd ly Three Itcports on Its Mer from tunu Admittia iiiiU Sworn Cli UOSB CeiiBiiti BUI Laid Away to Two Oemocrutu Who Will Stay in the Wlmlom Writes to Cnpital City WASHISGTOV CJTV April dinner iven in honor of President Harrison at Arlington last night by the LatinAmerican to the FanAmerican congress acllpsod in point mirnbiirs present iu the public character of the guests in bril jancy aud in beauty surroundings any ind every similar outertainment given at tho national capital during the past winter The dinner was a triumph of gastronomic floral art The new diningroom oE the Arlington where tho dinner was served was with lowers The table an eight pointed star unique tind novel in form was Vrranged to accommodate 130 covers The xrater of tho table was covered with a great Ivepointcd star that bore an immense wealth of flowers Numerous beautiful Boral designs emblematical of the friendship sxistiny between tho nations represented were visible on tho walls aud elsewhere The wlnos included some choice old vintages among thorn being Chateaux Murgaiix of 180t and Perrier Jouut special and Solera ihorry of Guests Among the guests were tho president Vice President Morton Speaker Heed Sec retaries Blaino Windom Proctor Noble and Rusk Attorney General Miller Fost tnastor General Wauamakur Chief Justic Puller Justices Miller Brewer HalInn Field Latnar and Gray ilia British Ger man Froncli and othor ministers Gen Bchofiuld the mayors of Harrisburg Boston New Haven aud Baltimore the governor Df Connecticut aud Delaware A Carnegie Mr Studebnkur Senators Ucilph Hiscock Allison Sherman and Cockrtill and Repre ientativtS Hookar Urockinridjjj and Hitt How They Wiri Soutotl Piodiueul Harrison occupied th3 seat o tiouor at the extremity of one of the octang ular radiating extensions of the table witl Secretary Blaiue seated at the end of tho op posite exeusion President Morton to the right and Chief Justice Fuller to the loft of the president Speaker Reed and Baron Favu the Italian minisitcr near Sec retary Blaiue anil exSenator Henderson and Governor Bullcley of oc cupied tho remaining scats at tho extreme ties of the diverging extensions Tho Presidents Health After the dinner the vice president of the Donferouco proposed the health of Prosklsnt Harrison which was drunk standing Pres ident Harrison acknowledged tho compli ment in a fow well chosen words in which ho assured tho delegates that the feeling Df tho people of tho United States toward the sister states waii absolutely and unself ishly friendly and expressed the belief that the association of the representatives of the several republics had settled universal poaco and would result in an interchange of trade relations which would bo boueSciul to nil Thu presidents remarks weru received with prolonged applause Internal Revenue and tUe Farmers They object to the changes in interi revenue that while they redoes tha i measure in itself which they are not op posed do not reduce the cost and Eiuioyanee of collection which could only be ione by a clean sweep which they would fa vor As to duties on farm products they say that the policy is fallacious that it will j TLrFTFOTJ OP act help the farmer because as they claim EBK MhlJiUil he has no foreign competition The sugar i bountv is opposed because it is in their view a taxing of many industries for the neSt of one arid because of what it will st which will by the end of the fifteen ears of its existence aggregate over 00000 per year if the home product reaches IB amount necessary to supply the demand Figuring on an Increase Finally the minority declare that instead f decreasing the revenues the ctual result will be an increase of 84000 The question of the decrease uf impor ations i aot considered iu this prasenta on of the case the amount collected last ear in the schedules in which the duty is icreased bains compared with the amount it is estimated will be collected under he new schedules and tho reduction in duty ubtracted from tho excess Kenna Republican simply cannot agree vith the bounties on sugar and silk co oons MURDER BY INCHES i A i Son 5T fVW SLOW 1UNSKII All jocmiiitrfy niul lwiie tlciyelirerespectinlly invited to ureiite din ners at yo Tow no Hixlle known as the Hinke Sorner of ye crosaromls Sixth and Uroadwjy Prlriiiv lind Saturday April Ibth anl 19th irivenbv yo wlmmcudu yo ancient costumes of yc 1st Iresliyterian Jlceting House in ye Towno of Loitansport Ind SOME INFORMATION FOR PLUMB Secretary WimSom Replies to tate Ke marks oi tlio Seniitor WASHIKOTCIS CITY April Windom in a letter to Senator Plumb out lines the financial policy of the government in tho purchase of bonds which is tousetho surplus in their purchase not to control the finances of tho country but in the pursu ance of this ilxod policy to produce the least possible clisturbanco iu commerce and theu proceeds to controvert Plumbs statement hi the senate to the effect that money was unnecessarily held in ths treasury by show ing that ou Jan 20 tho available balance of public fundi had been reduced to less than SSO000000 and this entire as well as further sutas amounting to about 300000 were on deposit in national banks leaving tho entire surplus aud SIS000000 in addition in circulation Further he shows that ou March 0 tho available surplus had reached about the whole of which was on deposit in national banks and that tho amount now on deposit iu ua tioual bauks is about moot than theontiro available surplus PRESENTING THE TARIFF BILL WENT IN FOR BUSINESS rlio Senate Settles Two important Ques o House WASICISOTOS CITY April senate passed public building bills as foi ows Galesburg Ills 875000 Ashland Wis 4200000 Grand Haven Mich S100 DOO After Gibson and Keuna had spoken ti favor of the relegation of the Montana jontest back to that state the Chinese cen sus bill was taken up and au amendment adopted exempting from its provisions Chi nose in transit across this country under proper regulations Stewart declaring that this amendment made the bill valueless moved to lay the whole bill ou tho table and it was yeas 51 nays JDolph and Morgan The Montana case then came up for dual action and after tUe rejection of an amendment sending it buck to Montana tho majority report seating the Republicans was adopted by ft strict party to 20 Powers and Sanders were then sworn in and after a brief secret session tho suuato adjourned Iu Hia Montana case Harbour Uoorgo Gibson Kenua and Walthall Dem voted that Muginnes and Clark were not entitled to seats in the seuntd Iu the house the Republican tariff bill was introduced with three reports one the ma ority claiming a reduction of 87000000J in ho revenue another tho minority claiming in actual increase of about 84000000 and the third that of Kenua Republican who lissonted from tho bounties on sugar and silk cocoons Tho house then took up ho academy appropriation iu committee aud it was passed The elections committee reported in favor of the sitting members in the cases of Posey vs Parrctt First Indiana district and Bowou vs Buchanan Ninth Virginia Tha reports were both adopted although Cheadle of Indiana made an exhaustive speech in favor of Posey Both tho seated men are Democrats The houso then ad journed Celebrated Kmanclpatloii WASHINGTON CITY April col ored of this city yesterday celebratud the twentyeighth anniversary of the eman cipation of the slaves in the District of Co lumbia with a parade through the principal streets of the city Nearly 100 colored mili tary organizations and clubs of Washing ton Ba timoro and Alexandria waro inline and wera reviewed in passing the White Houso by President Harrison Thare was jeechmoking at Lincoln park in the after oon and a banquet at Washington hall at ight JOMSOKS IKflTtWG INS PHHUR5I Are most Tavorably known throughout tho United States for their perfect shape ele gant fit great comf ortand as they are excellent wearing Corsets are the most econo mical Call and buy For Sale at WILER WISES Bee Hive Dry Goods Hnuse Caffeine Seiitz Powder Will Cure Your Headache 5 GELKTS Q RHRL7IITS 12thSt Drue Store B A KRCEOER RODXEY STRAM RiiBger el Strain UNDERTAKERS synopsis of LHe Arguments of tlio Mlajor Itv Minority WASHINGTON CITY April Tho long expected tariff bill was reported tn tho house yesterday by McKiuley together with three reports tlereou The first report was that of the majority The chief changes he bill from those heretofore noted iu these iispatcbes are the placing of sugar on the to No 16 Dutch providing for a bounty of cents per pound on tUe home product aud similar action re garding hides minus the bounty The re port claims that ths revenue from import will reach 00000000 and an internal tare Suiumuiy of tho Argument In explaining how this will result wbei wool and other articles have been put a higher duty tho majority says that the in crease oC duty will reduce the imports and develop the home production It is figured that to bring the production of wool up to the demand will require an increase of American flocks of over 100 per cent and It is claimed that the bill has been framed with the object of encouraging the produc tion in this country of everything ic needs that can be grown or produced here Tbe uties on form products are left substau ially as they were in the first bill presented The Democratic Report Carlislesud the other Democrats the com mittee sign a minority report in which they ake the ground that the principal fault of ihe bill is in not admitting raw materials ree and Ihe well known argument in fa vor of that policy are presented exhaust ively They claim that such a policy would enablo the manufacturer to sell his product cheaper and at the same time pay bettor wages Cltxusns from tUo Original Bill Besides tho changes from the original bill in the sugar schedule and ou hides an amendment provides that all goods etc manufactured wholly or in part in any for eign country by convict labor shall not be entitled to admission into the United States Diamonds are put back to tho present duty of 10 cent a reduction from 40 per oent provided for by the bill as ftmt passed aeon leather schedule is changed to frith the transfer of hidos to tho frea Ikt Tho duty onoranges bulk is increased The IIltuli tho Silver Bill TOX CITV April niem ers of the Republican senate and house aliens subcommittees on the silver qnes lon were in conference nearly all yesterday fternoou but failed to reach au agreement nd the matter stands with only ono point certificates issued for ilver bullion shull ba redeemable in silver ullion or silver coin at the option of the or whether thsy shall be re eemed iu lawful money of the United States alone Protest of tUe Sugar Bleu WASHINOTOX CITY April protest ass been filed with tho ways and means com mittee by tha Louisiana sugar men against he proposed bounty on sugar They say hat they desire the present duty ou sugar maintained ami ask shut they be given the protection for thuir industry that they are willing to concede to the other industries of the country She Gives Him Repeated Doses of Cro toii Oi ii His Accused Prominent in Society ana a Lending Churcli Motive for tbe Crimeprevioas Mad Record of the Unnatural Mother Mot NT HOLLY N J grand jury of Burlington county found an indict ment yesterday against Mrs Carrie E Van degrift one of the roost prominent women and a leading member of the Broad Stret Methodist church The charge is that she attempted to kill her son Frank C Newman by mean of repeated doses of crotoii oil administered in bis food at inter vals sinca the 1st of April The charge was first made by the family physician Dr Walter E Hall who was culled upon to at tend the patient who is 23 years old and found biui nearly in a state of collapse The oil as it is now explained had kopt up a constant irritation of the intestine This irritation resisted the treatment of the pay Bician Did n Litttc Uotcctivi VTorli As the patient continued to grow worse hourly Pr Hull called to his aid Dr Urnnt and Dr both of whom said tha pa tient was from the efleitsof cro ton oil Thii toincidad precisely with rhi diagnosis nmdo by Dr Hall A watc then sot upon the drug store and it was found that the only purchaser of oil was Mrs Vandegrift or her servant Berence Kane On one occasion when the clruggis intentionally given something else ir the plara of croton oil there was a riarke improvement iu Newmans condition aud traces of tho innocent drug which had beei substituted were found in the food whicl had been prepared for him A Lame KYjjlaiiation Tho physicians then taxed Mrs Vandt grift with having Riven tbe oil to her sol Tbls ho denied On being pressed she at mitted thnt she hod inane one purchase c croton oil which she had usoil on a troulil1 som corn This explanation was not n isfnctorv to the physicians itnd ivlieu add tional evUeneeas it is declaredwas secured the matter was laid before Prosecutor i the Piras Buid who at once caused su pccfia3 to be issue1 snmmoning witnesses t appear before the grand jury The resu was an indictment for attempted iiiurdei New mac is resting easier now He is i charge a uurso who has instructions IK to leave his bedsid and to give him no food of any kind that has bseu prepared by his mother IJlscovery tliu Motive For a time no ouo was able to assign n motivu for the deed but one was discovare d Tuesday among the records of mortagages in the recorder oflbo at Mount Holly There was found a mortgage given ly Mrs Vnnde grift to tho United Security Life Insurance and Trust company of Pennsylvania for JJS01XJ on all her real etato in Burlington It was what krown tis au insurance mort gage The policy was issuad iu tho name of Frank C Newman and it is in the form of a twenty year endowment In the event of Newmans death the mortgage would bo canceled ami the property turned over to Mrs Vaiidegrift free of all inoumbraiico JJcv Previous Imputation It is alleged that prio to hor manlogo to Joseph Vaudogrift in 1ST7 the woman served toverul terms of imprisonment in Moyamonsiug prison Philadelphia ou charges of larceny Mrs Vandegrift iu fact did not deny this statement when she was asked about it during a certain trial in which she was a witness in lbS4 Philip Ru dolph it member of the South Ward Metho dist church in Philadelphia testified that Mrs Vaudegrif t who then was called Carrie Newman had sved him to recover damages for defamation of character be cause he had said her reputation was bad When the cass was called for trial she was in prison ou a charge of stealing n watch So the suit was dismissed THE COAL MINERS SCALE Basis Agreed Upon But the Miutng Price Still Unsettled q Crimp COLUMBUS O April 17 At tfoe minerr S Orime conventjon yesterday the special scale com mjttee reported that a basis for a scale for j had been agreed upon Mr Rea said the committee agreed unanimously to rec j ommend thac basfa three vears be adopted as the scale basis for the i coming year for Ohio and Pennsylvania The scale basis was adopted unanimously The question of the price for mining which the tnineri desire to be placed at 20 ceats bove the scale basis was referred to the ecial committee which agreed on the scale asis and the original scale committee was ivited to meet with this committee These mttcrs are under discussion with uo defl ite conclusions as yet More Goods Our Counters Marked and Placed Upon All at Wet Goods Prices Convict Labor Ccmlracturs ArrestciJ TRENTON J April IT Federated abor Union and ths La or iarty of New Jersey have caused chear Haury I Butler supervisor of the tatos prison si Trenton John Tobin a rush contractor in the prison aud the lat ers manager Tohu Cook Warrants were Iso issued for the arrest of Samuel Smith the Kevstona Shoe company John B Ir ell a shoo contractor and a 5ir Liuu of Lim i Pettit These men are all contrac s for prison labor at Trenton state prison t is expected that similar proceedings will lexc be instituted against tbe principal eeper John H Patterson The charge igninst all thes3 man is a violation of the ex sting law in this state which regulates con vict labor The Threatened strike at Plttsburg PiTTsBfRO Pa April Theofficials of the various railroads were in conference i early all of yesterday A meeting of tha grievance committee was also in almost continuous session formulating plans anJ preparing for the conference with their em ployers At a late hour last night no utioii liad been taken by tlio grievance committee and it is reported that the railway officials determined to refuse to recognize the Feder ation and treat only with individuals o Change at Chicago CHICAGO April strike of the carpouters here is till on aud with pool prospects going otV A movement is on foot among the citizens toappoint a com mittee to tall with the bosses and try to indues them to meet the men and arbitrate the matter DASTARDLY ITALIAN OUTRAGE A Vouug SVonian ami Blouilv Fight fur Her Uoscue NEW YOHK April Marry Sullivan who lives in West Thirty sixth street was returning from a visit to friend in Uuttenburg yesterday when slio was siirel by a gang Italian laborers at VVeuluiwkeu and dragged into a shanty Her screams brought some Joel laborers to the spot who burst into the shanty but ouid nut lind the girl The Italians said she had left but after a search sue was found bound aud guggvl lying in a trough Attack on the Kescuers The Italians thin attacked the rescuers knives and a hard light ensued Two polieemtm wore attracts by the noise aud joined in ho attack Ppon the Italians They wero tibiig I to Hro sjvernl shots bufore the Italians who greatly outnumbered the roi cuing party were driven away One Ital ian ivas uoundc but carriel off by his friend iv arrests werj made w The Hatter BOCK BEER THE Has Put on the Market Their Purest of Producicil the Finest and BOCK BEER Made Exclusively from Pure Malt and Hops Sold Everywhere in the City It SHHOVEU Loininsport MAS M tKOSS Fortnerlv with Sc ituill A Co CIGARS ghroyer Cross Whatd tlit OSUcn LONDON April 17 OSheabaswit drawn hin ruiL ioitlivorc in wbiffh Fftruoll Tin1 3Iiy KxiJLft IUNCTON April Thu follow weather incications for thirtysix 6 p in ycsftrnlay For Michiean Fair wanner wval her Icv ludianu aud ht rains iu sonthcru CIGAR JOBBERS Wi81 Miiryluml Slroct Indianapolis Imported Key West and Domestic Cigars Fine Goods a Specialty State Agents for FUMAS THE GRAND and other Fine Goods The above Finn will be represented by Kreil Itykcmali in this vicinity iro The City of Xcnv York Is Safe CHICAGO April propeller City of New York which was reported to have foundered off Manitowoc on Lake Michi L with all on board is safe John Priu diville the vessel insurance agent has re ceived a dispatch from Capt Gallagher The boat has passed Mackinaw and was on her way to Buffalo uninjured Beat TlioliSister to Death SILVER CREEK Neb April Charlton aud his daughter living near here were assaulted and brutally baaten Tuesday night by three men supposed to be Charl tons sous The daughter died yesterday The boys have disappeared The old man is n a critical condition and has made a statement charging his sons with tbe crime Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night No Tiling for Mr Cnyler BROOKLYN Y April 17 a fare well reception last uight to Rsv Theo L Cuylsr the retiring pastor of the Lafay ette Avenno Presbyterian church a purse of was given to Mr Cuyler by tbe parishioners representing for each year of his service with the church Gladstones Hope LONDON April writing in regard to the establishment of an interna tional copyright law with America says When the barbarism of protection canes to oppress that country we hppe tbey frill present a plan which wfli take a form worthy of so great a nation in duty of Si 53 per 1000 as to per 1000 Burlaps are Some changes though no material c made in the flax schedule Biirtiing is reduced from cents to Ijif cents pound To meet the desires of the iagrain manufacturers the schedule placing Russian camels hair on dutiable list icas She Cant tire Off tue YORK ApSl She 3tar says that j Jofrn M his formerly accdmit ot tha ladys diittrnunagop to retera to the stage i Too Handy witli Hiis Pen MADRID April IT Gan Salcedo who was arrested a fair days ago for writing a letter advising resistance to the authority of the government has beian sentenced to two months imprisonment iB a fortress i lAves Gladstone but Sot His Politics LOXDOS April Proiieissor Tyndall in a speech at Hatlemere last night said that politically he opposed Gladstone to the teeth but to save Gladstones life he would risk his own at any moment WHERE WAS THE CHIVALRY A Story from the SoiitH THnt eeds a Lyncliing to Make It Go ATHENS Ga April incident oc curred in ths postofuce hers which has ex cited considerable indignation A modest young white lady who moves in the best society in the city called at the delivery window for mail While standing in front of the window a burly negro walked up be hind her and placing arms around the young lady leaned against the window locking her in his enibraca He asked sev eral times if there was any mail for him aud made several useless inquiries FS an ex cuse to hold the young lady imprisoned in his embrace When released sho fled from the postofflce in tears and the negro moved off chuckling to himself Bid Mattle Bun Away CHICAGO April is now nineteen days sines Matie Bacon disappeared from her boarding place V23U Michigan avenue and ended her life it was thought in the lake and as her body has not been found notwithstanding the most thorough search a new theory to account for her disappear ance has beau broached Her brotheiihas ai rived at the conclusion that Slattie has run away and joined some theatrical party uu der an assumed name Godkin Is in Demand JTEW YORK April Godkiu editor of The Evening Post was again ai rested yesterday this ticae on complaint of Bernard Martin deputy commissioner of public works who claims that the papers references to his career in its history of Tammany leaders were libekms Mr God kiu was released on bail to appear April 23 for a hearing Villards Promise to Minneapolis MIXXEAPOLIS Minn April his address at the West hotel last night Henry Tiliard promised on behalf of the Edison company to have the same electrical ex hibit that was at ths Paris exposition brought to the Minneapolis deposition whirh opens in August linoi warmer easterly winds MARKETS Quotation IIB folio CHICAGO April 10 in tho board of trade today i a May opened June openel 8u closed ine S4ii closed S8Hc Corn Iencd closed June i j July opened so OatsNo May opened ku June opened SJMc closed 2396C hily opt ned 3Mc closed 336c PorkMay ipeninl gloGO closed June opened KM1 irloaed S3355 July opened 3132o SWtlO onenerl i040 closed The stock yards report t he fol prices opened y active packer buying slowly and pricts rough mixed lots S410S430 icavv pacriiai aurl snipping lots SlWis 140 Cattle Steady beeves S32Tx3500 cows and mixed stoekeis and feeders cornfetl Texaas Sheep Weak nalivu muttons S450E8OiJ lambs CASTOR IA for Infants and Children is so well adapted to children that I recommend i t as superior to any prcscrip tion known to me H A ABCHEH II D Ill 80 Orford St Brooklyn N cures Colic CoMMpatton Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms gives sleep di gestion Without injurious I Tin CECTAUR COKPAVT 77 Murray Street X OUR4 Fiye Drives In IToducu Elgin per Ib line t reamcries daries finest fresh e fresh packing stock Strictly fresh lie per sjoz Dressed Chickens per Ib turkeys young hens lo315Hc dueta DJSltc Apples Fair to choice per bbl Tork NETT YOPK April 10 2 red winter cosh do May do June do July 91o do August 92Jjc 2 mixed 4ic ciish do April do May 40Hc oo June 40c Xo 3 mixed aljic cash do May do Juna Bye ZOOM for new June S8H July Live dull and lOc V100 fcs lower steers S3903483 100 as bulls dry cows Sheep and ket steady sheep 100 Bg lambc steady lOOBs CAMEDGOODS FITZGERALD FOLEY Made 111 Glue Basics April Walker cue of the oldest and wealthiest citizens of vValtbam died of heart disease Buesday night aged 77 years He was worth about 000 COO He had besn in the glue busi ness and owned part of the DaSvers Dye works Another Amerlican Decorated BEXLES April Emperor William has conferred the flrsScliiss decoration of the RoTol Order of the Crown uixm Mr Charles Gibson a lawyer of SE Louis 228 Market St Telephone No 105 Keats Ires CHICAGO April IT Tha billiard match Itkat night between Francois Maggioii and Jfapoleon3 Ives the winaer of the second in the recent tourney 300 points woe by iUgsioJLfcr a sowtiof sQO to Cut ia Kates at Chicago CHICAGO April Missouri Pacific railroad lcs announced a cut in the passen ger rate from Kansas City to Paeblo from to SO The Rock Island and other transMissouri lines announced their inten tion of meeting the out as soon as they could do so legally BAKING POWDER NICK Merchant Tailor HcS Just Received his Spring Samples Suits and S25Plants S5 S6 58 The Cheapest and Best First Class Work Guaranteed Cor 4th and Broadwayup Stairs B WHITSETT Dealer in the Popular Dondii Sewin Machine Its superior excellence proven in millions homes for more than a quarter of a used by the United States Government En The constantly increasing demand for tlie Domestic proves its excellence and our many satisfied customers will tell you that tiie Domestic machine to buy R B WHITSETT Proper OFFICE 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