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   Williamsburg Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - December 28, 1894, Williamsburg, Iowa                                THE MUMSBURGH trie UIVEAT finds of gold have lieon made ID and enterprising Americans nro already ut work there the simple natives what real energy TN a bill now before India nola is the nnme which has been inndo ready for the Indian to put that region on the same basis as the other Tins Menominoc Indians have re ceived permission from the interior de partment to cut feet of logs this winter and divide the proceeds among the TIIETIK are lifty thousand more worn en than men in the stale of New The universal law governing such mat ters makes the female population of a long settled country or district higher than that of one newly or part ly developed and so in the New Eng land states the number of women is in excess of the number of while in the western and Pacific states this is the THE excavations made by Philadel phia scientists in the ruins of an an cient town near Babylon have resulted in the discovery of tons of inscribed bricks and other relies of the oldtime These have been deposited in a museum at Con but as a reward of LHlprechts services the sultan has promised the University of Pennsyl vania all the duplicate TIIK price of wheat is affected to a considerable extent by the increasing shipments from One prov has acres in wheat a year ago had acres seeded down this This for midable competition hasevidently como to stay and the days of dear wheat and large profits are American wheat like the cotton soon have to face the question of a more diversified the late cxiirs phy has lately devised a new method of stanching the flow of is injected into the wound through catheter for a minute or The pa under feels neither pain nor any evil effects from the Experiments on animals show that portions of the kid and to a certain extent of the may be removed without loss of blood and without fatal AN American iron company has cap tured a contract from the Russian government for supplying ar mor plate for two new battle ships against competing bids from the armor manufacturers of France and including The contract is the largest awarded by any European government in recent anil the fact that it comes to the United States is a tine advertise ment for American enterprise and THKIJK is scarcely a railroad corpor ation but has a scheme in hand for rail road bridge Twelve bridges are projected in New York One will be the biggest and greatest bridge ever One is to be begun next spring to connect New York with lilarkwell The steel will weigh and in the viaduct in New York the weight will be The distance betweeirthe top of the bridge and high water will be LKT us suppose that takes pos of thina and establishes a strong and enlightened says the New York The new empire would then have population of The intro duction of universal military service would give un army of Horclon has proved that the Chi naman can be made an excellent sol An army of China well well armed and officered by would be irre sistible even by the combined world in of has re cently enriched his stock of stories by one which concerns his thy Yale football When introducing the general at a Delaware political ral ly during the recent campaign the chairman capped a long string of com pliments by saying The gentleman commends himself to your attention because he is the father of Frank lnt the great American full The applause at once became and the general discovered that his son was even more famous than INTERESTING NEWS FIFTYTHIRD Proceedings of the Second In the Senator Ilawloy introduced bill for tlio reorganisation inul increase of thn Petitions pray ing for the passage of a land grant for feiture bill were presented and the Nicaragua canal bill was In the the army appropriation the bill to protect forest rcyerva ttons and fifteen pension bills were The Carlisle banking hill was reported and a bill appropriating 000 for a statue of Urant on the east Iront of the capitol alongside the statue of Washington was Hill and Turpie addressed the the former in advocacy of the latter in opposition to the Nicaragua canal A resolution looking to union with Canada was introduced by Senator In the house de hate on the Carlisle banking bill was Springer speaking in favor and Walker in opposition to the announced a substitute for the Carlisle currency bill which provides for the free coin age of The vice pres ident laid before the senate the report of Admiral Walker on the sub ject of A bill was passed to open for settlement abandoned mili tary reservations in various states and A bill was also passed to establish a national military park at the battlefield of The Nic aragua canal hill was further dis In the house the time was oc cupied in debating the Carlisle cur rency the senate bills were reported to revive the grade of lieutenant general in the to forfeit lauds granted to aid in the construction of and to provide a suitable residence for the In the house bills were in troduced to amend the national bank ing authorizing the deposit of le gal tenders instead of bonds to secure the circulating bank notes to be exempt from taxation to provide a residence for the president and an urgency deficiency bill of to complete the A bill was passed to pension the widow of Gen Nathaniel Hanks at the rate of S100 a The currency bill was further FROM WHJOIIT and his associ ates on the labor commission have pre pared a bill to prevent strikes on rail Fou the fourth time the president has respited Thomas sen tenced to be hanged in California for murder committed on the high AT the national capital statues of Daniel Webster and Stark were with appropriate cere THE customs oflicials at Dover re cently very curiously one of the bicycles of a party of returning tour anil upon closer inspection it was found that the inner tubes had been removed from the pneumatic and the entire space around the wheels fctuJTud full of the very Turkish in the United Kingdom in to a very While the olliccr opened the valves of the the owner beat hasty leaving both wheel and tobacco to the tender mercy of the liritisb A COMMiiTKK beeu appointed in Knghuid to culled for the pur of buying i in Ihrytii and making of a Carlyle It in should be taken in Anier ica as and with that in American lias been put unon tin The committee has an option upon the house for until the Vith day of ll U proposed to pur chase the it into decent order and lo place in a main tenance fund for future preserva Two who have 1 eeu i on a lour of carry to iheir country men very ivnt rcpurtsuf American the home highly pleased with nearly every thing he saw on this side of the At lantic and wil write a novel about while John llie is se vere iu his criticisms and will make u report on our industrial If it would be just the saino to them it would probauly more satisfactory to Americans if linrns wrote the novel and let Doyle malic re port on THE AT Evangelist Moody was meeting with great in all the papers called on church members to stay away and give the sinners a ON an automatic gallows at Hart John Cronm was hanged for the murder of Albert Skinner on October The apparatus worked A HOUSE occupied by McKeady and two children was burned at Gardi all three of the inmates per ishing in the THE Berliner telephone patent was declared void in the United States cir cuit court at IT was decided by prominent New York business men to test the consti tutionality of the income tax in the Tin cashier of the Central National bank of John confessed to being a defaulter to the of THE firm of Samuel Colin New York shoe failed for Tin publisher of dime Eras tus died at his country home in aged 74 IN twentyfive lodges of Knights of Iythias seceded and j formed a new order because of the abolishing of rituals in foreign lan 1 I New York Charles Peterson shot j his killing and then killed Five young children were left orphans by the will occupy the editors chair of Harpers which since the death of George Wil Curtis has been FlKK destroyed the Babbitt block at iu which were the First national bank and Kelscs cloth ing the loss being investigating the Shearman murder at officers found the picture of one of the mur derers photographed on the dead wom ans WEST AND at destroyed the Reporter printing a Murphy temperance movement has been over having already signed the liv the explosion of a boiler in a planing mill at West Bay four boys and one man were killed and three others Tun plan to have and Fitz simmons fight before the Uinetoscope in has been vetoed by IT was decided by lOugene Debs and his associate otllccrs of the Amer ican Kaihvay union to make no further uUempt to avert their CAKU and William were sentenced to he at on Febru ary AT a lumber was convicted of con spiracy to manufacture and circulate counterfeit of Dry near in a fit of despond cut tliu throats of her 5 and 7 yearold children with a razor and then committed suicide in the same THE superior court of Kentucky has gone out of existence by limitation of the IN Chicago George mourned as was reunited to his father over the corpse which hud been positively identified as his IN Louis twenty indictments of men charged with repeating in the re cent election were handed down by the grand FLAMES nearly wiped out the busi ness portion of Stone WITHIN the next month Director General Davis report upon the Colum bian exposition will bo submitted to the MARK A of clothing wore closed by holders of mortgages aggregating about DURING the past year not a passen ger was killed on a Michigan railroad and but eleven were AT Steve Adams was hanged for murdering James Ivor son last and Judge Gilbert was hanged at Friars for killing his entered the home of John Collins near Sioux and robbed him of SMOO in IN a fire that destroyed their homo Cook ami his wife were fatally burned at THK death of Theodore of United States consul at Taso del occurred from aged 42 A VKTKRAX of two wars and the old est employe of Pmkcrtons detective Samuel died at aged 70 THE Grand Army of the Republic twentyninth annual encampment will be held iu beginning September BY the falling of a scaffolding at five men were two probably AT Miss Kva Dooley had both her limbs amputated at the knee because of their poisoned condi resulting from wearing red stock SIMKON BOAVEN while fooling with a gun shot and killed the two little daughters of Zeke Bryant near AT the age of 8b years Douglas Put a greatgrandson of Israel of revolutionary died at THE death of James ex United States senator and former governor of occurred at his home at Eagle aged 78 IN Chicago the grand jury voted to indict twentysix of the men charged with lawlessness at the polls on elec tion Three of the number are FLAMES at seven including most of the business portion of the AT the body of murdered ten days was She had been criminally assaulted and A MOD shot James Allen colored to death at He was charged with burning THE supreme court of Iowa rendered what was said to be a final decision iu the Jones county calf which has been in the courts over sixteen FOREIGN Is Spain public executions have been abolished by royal In the fu ture condemned criminals will suffer the death penalty inside the prison THE Roman Catholic population of in owing to al leged unjust treatment by the bishop of the in a body declared themselves of Jews from territory nearer the frontier than CO versts has been stopped by order of the Rus sian minister of the ADVICES say that twentythree Ar menian villages were laid in eleven others pillaged and forty priests massacred by Turkish By a fire in the Spring Hill collieries at 400 men were thrown out of work and a loss of was EARTHQUAKE shocks in South Hun gary threw down houses and drove the rosidentsto the Six companies of Italian troops de feated the Arabs in an engagement at killing a great num ber of Is a riot among government troops at Rio Grande do many soldiers were A number of the men A TALE OF Startling Revelations of New York Police Mnlinn n Clenn to tho Sums Accepted for rrotnctlmt to LATER Tut United States senate was not in session on the In the house Wilson introduced a bill re pealing that portion of tho new tariff act which imposes a differential duty of onetenth of 1 per a pound on sugars imported from countries pay ing a bounty on sugar A bill was passed for the relief of home steaders in Wisconsin and Minnesota whose property was devastated by tho forest fires last Springer introduced a substitute for the Carlisle currency Finn in destroyed buildings and their contents valued at nearly IN New York Police Selnnitt of the gave very damag ing evidence before the Lexow com mittee against high CiuusTiK was hanged at for the murderof Lena Cunningham last TIIEHIS were IS1J business failures in the United Status in the seven clays ended on tho against 349 the week previous and S31 in the corre sponding time in YOHK bankers were credited with a movement to have Secretary Carlisle removed by the A stove exploded in the home of James a farmer living near and he and his wife and two small children were fatally WILLIAM mayor of Mount dropped dead on the streel while goinjf to his Two hundred people left Klberton for where they they to better their Men women and children composed the Tun Sailors House in was burned and three of the boarders were THK stagnation of business in New foundland was said to be every laboremploying concern on the island being Tins Chinese government appointed two peace who will open negotiations with the DUNS review of trade says gold ex ports and uncertainty about financial legislation are depressing trade every EXCHANGES at the leading clearing1 houses in the United States during the week ended on the 21st aggre gated against 600 the previous The compared with the correspond ing week In was NKW Sehmitt berger was recalled as a witness bo fore tho Loxow committee on He created a sansation by his answer to the second question asked which was Do you recognize tho binding character of an oath Ho re plied I do I have come to tell the whole Schmittberger said ho was warilman under then in tho Tenderloin Inspector Steers detailed him us pre cinct detective under Patrolman who is now a cap looked after the disorderly Under Price these houses wore allowed to run because they paid for GoU then named Tom the Star and the and other once famous Tenderloin These said the were tho resort of criminals of tho whole city who came there to meet Who was the man to whom tho protection money went directly1 now Inspector Would it be possible for these places to run openly without the tol eration of the captain No it would He was innde captain later tak ing charge of the thirtyseventh pre the steamboat lie was aware of the practice of collecting mon ey from Bob Vail told him that he had collected for and that he Schmittberger was a fool if he did not con tinue the lie assigned Vail to the task of making these col and received from him a month for two He gave Vail 20 per and said the latter lied when ho testified that he insisted on having all of the money It was the common custom for the captain to make out of his pre lie had a list of those from whom collections were to be together with the lie gave part of his collections to Inspector He continued When Gunner left tile I asked how much be pulil the Gun ner told me he tfnve Williams between and 11 He said he placeil It In un en velops ami gave it to Wardmiui who gave it to Price at for the in 1 knew and ilid not think It necessary to have an so I handed him the muniy myself in an envel ope at 1 puid him money during the three months 1 was in charge of the pre from to each 1 thought it prudent to pay because it was in his power to send men to raid the policy The money was paid to enable the law to be 1 paid no one but Tho I liquor dealers paid to be allowed to sell liquor on Some of the identical money 1 ro iolved wus tiven to Inspector I pre sume the inspector know of the existence of policy shops outside of my Tha uhops were never Hud I not been in terested I could have driven the policy shops from place to II was an understood thing 1 wus not to enforce the I felt Bafe as IOUK us 1 paid Wibness next took charge of the Twentyseventh on Eighty eighth near Avenue lie col lected there about SfSOO a month from three poolrooms and ten policy He did not pay any attention to the liquor It was understood that the liquor dealers paid Tammany Hall instead of the They were to give support to Tammany po litically or by other means instead of paying the While at the Twentyseventh pre cinct witness paid Williams S400 a month out of the money Williams was aware of tlie existence of the He gave Williams during tho nine mouths he spent in the Twentyseventh precinct about It was the custom of the captains of precincts to pay the in spector of their lie received orders from Commis sioner Martin to let certain houses On one occasion witness re ceived a complaint about a house run by a woman named Sadie He sent an officer The West woman told him she was a friend of Commissioner The next day Martin sent and told him to send the officer to apologize to the West woman for raiding the Witness but Martin was ob and he then did as he was and the officer Wilness was transferred to the Ten derloin district in Georgiana Hastings ran a house of ill fame She did not pay for pro but he was informed that if he interfered with her he would bo as certain public some of whom graced the judicial were visitors Golf asked the witness if there was anything further he wished to He replied I have told all I know about the police department and have made a clean breast of every I felt that for the sake of my wife and children I was justified in coming forward and telling what I The captain then made an impor tant I said lhal Byrnes is an honest man and means to do what is right if he was permitted to do so Tho captain was then excused fov the An adjournment was then talten until next MASKED Uumnleatnil Tlioy Go Through a Sleoptng Car lit Sioux Sioux tne Milwaukee oi Paul pas senger train from South Dakota came in Friday morning at 0 oclock four men went into one of the coaches Borne distance from the They used no but had masks on and two took each side of thu ear which they worked in about four min Nearly every passenger was re lieved of a watch or The men worked so fast that nobody real ized what they were atuntilthey were KefiiHuB to SANTA Surveyor General ICaseley has received from the secretary of the interior a decision re fusing to recommend to the depart ment of justice that proceedings be instituted to make void the patent issued for the Tierra Ainarilla land grant on account of errors in the Canadian Triuio Fulls Official trade for the first five months of ihe Iscal year reveal great and continued The falling off in trade lotals amounts to nearly by Mllcl iolt With drawnld nnil Uncnrtnln NEW Dun A Weekly Ilovlew of Trftilo says for tho Irtrgo exports of gold nml un certainty about nnnnolnl tho Itull catlons wotilil bo rnoro Soino In crease Is sera hi orders Rlvon to mnnufftctur iiiK though until tho year ends tho force actually at work naturally The holiday trado has licon rather poor at most partly owing to mllrt There IH distinctly more conlldcnco shown about tho future demand for industrial though prices arc not Domestic exports Incteiisoil u UIOUKD exportable staples arc not bettor In In November tho excess of morclmndlKo exports over imports was besides and December returns Indicate os large an Kor this reason the exports of In gold since last Friday and the withdrawals of about three times us much gold from the are the more Money continues to ac cumulate and there Is no oiilargemont In the legitimate demand lor commercial though some offerings of apparently to prepare for yearly have excited Prices of agricultural products do not im Wheat is unchanged for tho Corn fell 4 cents for the Cotton has de clined a to and receipts from plantations continue larger for December than In whun the crop was over 1ho theory that producers will not market at current prices does lit tho Largo orders for manufactured products have appeared and except In boots and the general tendency of prices Is down Tho withdrawals of gold Irom tho treasury have been over since December and are attributed In part to replacement of bank which wore reduced by the pur chase of Yet it is plalti that tho desire of foreigners lo get gold Instead of and of Americans to gel gold instead of rap Idly lakes from Ihe treasury whatever was gained by selling Failures have been somowhal more Imporl Ihe reporter liabilities for tho second week of December amounting to and for two weeks of December tho aggregate has been of which manufacturing liabili ties wore and Hie trading liabilities Uut last year the liabilities In failures of Ihe same Iwo weeks wore of which no loss lhan were of manufac turing and only of trading The failures for the pasl week have been 3IB In tho United Stales agalnsl 344 lasl and BO in against 87 last liradstreets says Tho volume of general trade continues as expected from evidences of shrink age within tho Unusually un seasonable weather continues lo check dlstri i butloa of heavy shoes and rub ber goods south and throughout the central western and eastern al though at larger cities the favorable reports as to holiday goods and specialties at retail are for the great part tho outcome of mild Jobbers and other wholesalers us a rule re port commercial travelers off tho and that little Is doing except lo lake accounl of Tho outlook for trade alter the holi days is although larger Chicago dealers report stocks on hand larger than except umyng who have unexpected ly enjoyed a heavy From a dozen of the more Important west ern and northwestern trade centers distribu tion of staples Is reported quiet or moderate in volume except from where there Is a slight Collections are only fair at Omaha and Kansas but at Chicago and Louis they are more Demand for funds at ns ut has made the market packers being relatively best Dealers in furs and jobbers in most staples at Paul and Milwaukee report lhal the mildest December for many has greatly inter fered with TO END THE A MIIUCLE IN China Sends Pencil Kiivoyn to Treat with tho JtipMiicsu On account of the terrific loss of credit abroad and the unimpeded progress of the Japan ese armies on the advice of the foreign has determined to sur render absolutely to Through the friendly ollicos of the United States tlie preliminaries to this end have been arranged and two high plenipotentiaries have been appointed by the emperor to proceed to Den by cabled the state department Friday thatthe Chinese government has ap pointed two peace Chang Yin Ilium and who will proceed at once on their mission from Peking to tho Japanese There is some here as to whether an armistice will be pending the consummation of a treaty of Such a course is usual in the case of wars between civilized but there is reason to believe the Japanese are indisposed to trust the Chinese in the smallest de and if an armistice is arranged it will be upon such conditions as to insure the Japanese that they will lose none of the advantage of position which they now CAUGhrFTrT Arrest of a Man ami Woman Accused of Serious who wrecked tho packinghouse firm of Underwood McCoy here a year ago and his companion llattio who is under indictment in Now York city for stealing from Clara Har mon at the Union Square hotel last were arrested here I Friday night by the Posten disappeared in with the which ho got by filling out blank being the confidential man of the The woman also dis appeared at that They visited China and and three weeks ago returned to Chicago almost Money for secretary of tho interior has made requisition on the treasury for for pay ment of pensions on January i ut the following agencies Des 11 Six Thousand Itabbita LAM Six thousand jack rabbits testified to the prowess of tho Nimrods from Pueblo and Denver who devastated tho prairies in this during the lust two In tho gumo aggregated twelve Tho gume will be given free transportation to Denver and other points for charitable Married Seven Toome ami Southworth were married at Long It was tho brides seventh wedding and tho grooms Great ISrlialn Offers is re ported that the Urltiah government IMS ottered assistance to the impov erished people of this The stagnation of business in Newfound land is every laboremploy ing concernjrjri the island being Colored NKW Joseph of the t yican Methodist Kpiscopul church m tins died at his residence hero 1rjduy morning in his 70th year He wus burn ut Winchester December 30 Investigated by the Texas Ohrla tlan Advocate and Vouched for by Stans From the Texas Christian Our representative 1ms iniido n careful In Vostlgation of tho Hpauldiug case a which Is hero published for tl first and which will bo rend with groa Interest by modicul mon I reply to tho Christian Advocates quostlot Spauhling said About eight years ag while running n looomotivo 1 contrncto sciatic rheumatism in my loft side my hip It came on Blow but sur and In a Iow months I lost control ei tlroly of that It was Just tho sam as If it was I was totally unabl to move out of my room for a year and six mouths of which time I hoc I tried every remedy suggostcc and had regular physicians in constant nf tendance on I was bundled up ami soil to Hot Springs whore I spout threo mouth under tho treatment of tho most omlnot all of which did mo no good and 1 came hack from tho springs in a Avors condition than Avhou I I cam homo and Inid flat on my bock am suffered the most excruciating agonies screaming in pain every time any body across tho tho only casi I obtained being from tho constant uso o After throe months of this kinc of during Avhich time my ontlro left leg perished away to the very iny at tention was called to a new remedy called Williams Pink Pills for Palo by Allison Avho Is now train dispatcher at and Avho AVOS relieved of loco motor ataxia of twenty years At his urgent and repeated solicitation I con sented to give them a after taking a doses I bognn to I coutlnuet taking the pills and kept right on improving until I was finally My log is justtho same size UOAV as tho other and I air sure that Pink Pills not only cured me bu saved The reporter next visited Stans a graduate of one of the medico schools of and a man who on joys the confidence of everybody in Long Ho said I IUIOAV that Spaulding had n terribly severe attack of sciatic rhou matism of which I tried to cure him usec everything knoAvn to my profession in vain and finally recommended him to go to Ho Ho cumo back from the spring worse than Avlien he Avont and I thought i was only a matter of time until his near would be affected and ho Avould I also know that his cure is the direct result o the uso of Williams Pink That is rather an unusual statement fo a regular physician to 1 know it hut a fact Is a am there are hundreds of people right hero in Longviow who knoAV what I nay Is thi I also know Allison and knov that ho AVOS relieved of a genuine and sever case of locotnotor ataxia of tAvonty year THOUGHT SHE WAS A That Is Why Albert Kldos Out with An other Girl The park Avas almost deserted in the dusk and their bicycle lamps made a willotheAvisp effect through the Both Avere young and both were but one of them AAore skirts while the other displayed a boyish looking costume of jacket anc attenuated They say that Albert is perfectly devoted to remarked she of the after a short What an idea To be sure ho call rather frequently and AVO aUvays go out for a spintogether Sunday aft what do you think he Avill say to my bloomers I dont dont care to Avear them Of course dear but youll fee differently about it Avhen you gain flesh from the fresh nir and But about Albert I thought you didnt like him you saic that you could noAer really respect man Avhose necktie Avas ahAays ovei his collar in the if one Avas married to him she could tell him Avhen his tie Susie is aAvfnl Mas he said anything definite yet nothing except to ask me if I could make my own f That he is Somehow I an idea that he Avill say something that settles il Avhen he sees me for the first time in this If he does yon must tell me ever5 word he I I do believe that is him now coming behind us it sounds like the tone of his you must like him if you even recognize dont speak so he really loves me he Avill knoAV it is I even if it is almost dark and he ha never seen mo in Here he comes right behind ns 1 wondei what he Avill say to my bloomers Just then he came up with them and Avhat he did say was do you happen to have a light about you And now she has returned to her while he rides out with another girl on A DOMESTIC Unique Case Wuoro Uoth Ho nmi She Each Wore There Avas SOITOAV in that little I shall never forgive him Never Never she Then she threw herself upon adivan and wept There was a ring at the door my dear it is you she as a woman of commanding presence entered the It is was the Why do I find you weeping1 I have been cruelly treated by the man whom I had trustedthe man whom we ledwho led me to tho Has he struck you Worse Deserted you Left you to face poverty alone And you 1 And horrors I cannot tell my speak KipresHivo We give beloAv a few gems ullprl from the works of Ponson serpent The countess Avas about to renlv when a door opened and closed her ner oxclaimed in Portu The oolonel paced backwards and forwards with his hands behind his I Clressed iu a and in pants of the same color Le I1 CALENDAR FOR 7 14 21 28 11 IH 1 8 ir 22 2 fi 12 1 1 2 ill 211 in At 20 27 B c 13 20 14 21 1 8 IB 22 9 16 28 10 17 24 11 18 12 19 I i u 21 8 15 9 10 8 10 17 11 18 12 19 13 20 2 i 91t Hi 17 8 15 22 9 10 23 H 15 22 8 10 17 24 18 12 19 13 20 M 21 18 7 14 21 1 8 S 29 7 11 21 8 15 22 9 16 10 17 11 18 12 9 18 X 10 17 1 11 18 9 20 fi 12 19 18 20 14 21 8 15 22 9 16 23 10 17 24 11 18 8 15 22 8 15 22 9 10 21 21 2 9 16 23 10 17 11 18 12 19 18 20 14 21 111 11 nil fii 7 lei hoar that your son mj tho oftluo to work this morning ij Ho wont into tho office to wurlimt I hut I guess Id have been outmoiJ been I TiiouaiiT you told me ttall Brown hnd spout a groat donl o m hervolco so I I cant I didnt say tl did Youn hotter discharge thntncwJ cant You are inistiife have merely discovered a great din tell know about Croesus wear em iu their la William a member of t of Munson tho wellknown t at makes this statement In 18911 had tho which settj my Myl side WHS paraljs was obliged tol with n II iu constant when I moved i I luul to be ass My hands with i tism and ray would I druggist sentE bottles of I tsl throe times a day and have improves and now I am well and netf better in my life of 70 1 tol other medicine but Hoods WILLIAM Hoods Pills nro the best assist cure The Largest JlanufacturinB HIGH CRAtf COCOAS AND On Dili im HIGHEST AWJU from the great tria EXPOSITIONS Unlike tho Butch IrMtuuI lies or other Chcmlci used in any of their Theirdellcloun IIUEAKFAST COCOAli l purtoud lets than one cenlatym BOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE WALTER I BLACKING is UNEO HAS AN ANNUAL SALE OF MANUFACTURE THE r TOUCH UP SPOTS WITH ACl MAKES NO DUST IN CENTTIN9 WE PERFECT LLINOIS SOLID VESTIBULE nliy nt from Ne built elpresaly for this ghted throushout by TlolteU and W luMoa of jour local lloket Elys Cream BUM In   

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