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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 9, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                A i.ir.gGazette KTfDAT. 4. C. UKM.G. A. O. PORTKK. BBAGG PQKTEB, Proprietors. THE HAND OF Daily, onr year (hv oo Weekly, one year (by oo Daily, delivered by carrier to any part ol JS HATES OF ADVEETISINe. Daily. square lor one 50 Weekly, square for one month...... I aj TuesJav..............December The Constitutional Convention. M. Poley "passed up the road a day or two since, and if he is correctly reported is paving the way to take the election of del- egates to a Constitutional Conven- tion out of the hands of the people and put it iu charge of the Legis- lature. This can undoubtedly be done, but not within the strict letter and meaning of the law, and members elected to the Legislature hud hotter not bite off more than they can chew. The Silver State aays: Senator M. D. Foley passed up the road yesterday, and in conversation with parties at the depot spoke favorably of the plan of having a term of the Legislature iu January to be iu session ten days, in which time to elect a United States Senator and arrange for the time and place of holding a Constitutional Convention, and also for the appointment of dele gates, and then adjourn; and nfter the Convention thus called has performed its work, the general business of the Legislature can be transacted iu a special session called by the Governor." Tho incoming Legislature oould select themselves as mcmbei ol the Constitutional Convention uinl git one clay as members of the Con- vention and the next as a Legisla- ture, arid iu that way have the whole thing in their own hands would suggest to the Legisla- ture to do what is actually intended they should do, to-wit: narno '-ho timcaud place of holdiug the Con- vention, and provide for the elec- tion of delegates, and stop at that. Such a course would remove all suspicion of a job, and at the same time bo decent about it. Tho people said at the last elec- tion that they wanted a Constitu- tional Convention. If they had uot wanted one they would have lot the Legislature amend the olc organic law to suit themselves, it id fair to presume that they in- tended that su election should be called for the purpose of choosing delegates, and let it be doue. IT is quite amusing to note the ilippant way which some of the Xcvadn editors settle tho new con- stitution question. The Silver State comes to' us this morning with its little ball of yarn all rolled up and ready to dispense with the Supreme Court and elect a Judge at large who shall sit as a Supreme Court. It remodels tho whole judicial system of the State by a wiggle or two of its lead pencil. Iu our judgment it a matter of very grave doubt whether or no wo are prepared to dispense with the Supreme Court. True, just HOTV it would soem that four District Judges could do all the business by making three of them, sitting iu bank, a Supreme Court, and possibly they might continue to do it and give litigants speedy jus- tice, but wo think it a question that needs careful discussion and thought. In fact, for a State to change its whole system of govern- ment in tho timo allotted to a Con- stitutional Convention is no easy task. There are so many conflict- ing interests and so many things to contend with that it is no easy job to change the organic law and not make mistakes. The GAZETTE believes that wo need a Constitu- tional Convention to overhaul our fundamental law; it believes we have been running at too high a pressure for our well-being, and that a change is absolutely neces- sary, but it does not believe that that law can be changed without very careful, honest and intelligent j thought from the brightest minds' iu the State. If we go about it in a slipshod manner we shall jump from tho frying-pan into the fire.' THE Boston Traveler says: If Parnell bad only been a Tammany j iustoad of an Irish Home-Kale' loader, there would have been no scandal. Tammany Hall Democ- racy is never finical. EDWARD EVBKETT HAJLB sug- gests the appointment in some of our leading universities of a fessor of who shall stand as an expounder of Americanism, IT is peculiarly edifying to read in the papers that "Miss So-and-So gave a highly enjoyable Tiddledy- Winke party at her house Tuesday evening." A Story Told--toy Bir- mlnirtram Corfespowfobt. of Thirteen Who Acted the buppfr" In ferunken Oou H'- celved Christian Burial. A few days ago a man was found dead here in the gutter, writes the Birming- ham (Ala.) correspondent of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Even In death there was a mute look of terror In tho bloodshot eyes, and the bloated face had grown pale and haggard at the coming1 of the grim destroyer. said the coroner's jury, but an old man who came and looked for a long time on tho pale, dead face said, with a shudder, as ho turned away: "Ifc was the hand of God." This man who had dind in the gutter was tho last of a fated thirteen, and in the death of each and all of them tho Christian will read the vengeance of an insulted Deity. At the loading hotel in southern city in the summer of tHUlfcen'njen, wearing the uniform' of ConfifcNwatb of- ficers, sat down to a dinner. Every man in the patty a grand old Southern fanttty, and'-'mttny of the names aw> ilhmttlwls'-in. the "history of tho country. Every' maa was a cavalier. They flowers of the Old representatives of tho chivalry of 'tnfr' sonny land, then in tho gloom of defeat and despair. man there had boon a gallaat 8oftnefcvin the Con- federate army.- They had returned from tho field ot defeafr'to find their homos destroyed, teoir slaves free, their wealth gone and'many of'their nearest and deai est relatives and friends dead. Tho meeting this hotel was a chance one, but talking over1 the situation in which they found themselves, they re- solved to forget the horror of it for awhilo to drown their sorrows in drink. They sat down to dinner, and round after round of drinktt ordered. Soon the bloody scenes of war. the vis- Ions of ruined homes, were all forgotten. First they became merry, then wekless. "Let uscall this the last sud- denU exclaimed one of the paTty, and die suggestion with instant ap- pv> val. Tho.v might never meet again, "iho last supper" would bo a fitting namo for tho fonst where reason had fled. More drinks were ordered, every man filled his glass, the lights wore turned low and tho thirteen men de- clared themselves Christ and bis twelve apostles. A young man who had com- manded a regiment acted Hie rolo of CKvist and. for the occasion, ocich man assumed the namo of one of the apos- tles. There was a vvranglo ns to whc should impersonate Judas; but more drinks were ordered, and then n voting Lieutenant agreed to act the character of tho betrayer of his Saviour. It was midnight, but peals of drunk- en laughter awoke tho echoes in every nook and corner of the old house. Again and again the decanters were passed around, and the blasphemous mockery of the last' supper went on. A Bible was called for, und the young officer ,vho was impersonating the Saviour to the New TostninnU a- d road ..loud the solemn wcu'is Thf reading was interrupted now and then by some coarso jest or ribald laughter, while expressions liko "Judas, pass the bottle." would excite tho mirth of the drunken mon to a point that completely drowned tho voice of tho reader. At the proper point in the reading bread was passed around, and the wino was represented by glasses filled to the brim with brandy. that drinketh from the bottle with me shall betray met" exclaimed the mock Christ in a tragic manner, and' placing a decanter to his lips he swal- lowed a quantity of brandy, then passed it to Judas across the table. greeted with peals of "laughter, and again the other mock apostles yelled: "Judas, puss tho All night long this mockery went on, and when morning came tho thirteen mon wore in a drunken stupor. Jt was several days before they all recovered theNsffects of that night's debauch- ery. Then they separated. That sup- per had indood been, their last; they never met again. From that night the vengeance of God followed those thirteen men. Every thing they undertook failed. Apples of gold turned to Dead Soa fruit- in their hands. One by one they went to the dogs, and every man of them met a horrible and disgraceful death. Re- peated failure in business drovo some of them to desperation arid crime. One of them was lynched in Texas for murder. The young man who had impersonated Christ was drowned in the Brazos river while fleeing from a vigilance commit- too on a stolen horse and his body was never recovered. Another, while in a drunken stupor, was caught in a burn- ing building and perished in the flames. One was stabbed to the heart by a woman ho had betrayed, aud still an- other was murdered in a low brothel in a Western city. So far as can be learned, not one of them ever received Christian burial, and their graves are unmarked and unknown. The man who died in the gutter burledln the potter's field last o'ftfoe thirteen. Water- Woof Faclnff. The misty, moisty weather has made woman's necessity the mother of her in- vention. To keep her precious ankles dry and her unsullied she has in- vented a nevf.'JnBing for her dress. It is made of oil-cloth or mackintosh cloth, and it is made so smooth and glossy that it can be put outside the skirt as well as inside. A broad band of it is Btitchod around the bottom of tho skirt, which is of walking length to show the ankles. This can, of course, be worn through the mnd and mire, and yet be1 just as good as new after it has been sponged off. With such a skirt tho pet- ticoat can be worn very short, as the oil- cloth prevents a disagreeable clinging. tbe Caie. The doctor found the patient ravingin a paroxysm of incipient delirium. "HJd'youfr husband receive any bad news, any great shock, just before he was the only thing he got was a gas bill." "Ah, said the physician, with supernatural intelligence, "acafceof bil- ious fever. Times: r Reno is the birth-place of one of tbe most successful and far-famed proprie- tary medicines Ihatthe world has ever knowu, which. has not only made its promoters famous, but rich as well. Another remedy of equal or superior merits, and destined to attain tionate success and lame, claims Bentt for its home. To secure the speedy realization of confidence and co-operation of onr citizens is all that is needed. The stock-books of the California Cepbaline Company are now open at Pinniger's drag store and contain the names of some of Nevada's most influential citizens and- business men. Parties wishing to subscribe for stock should do so at once by ap- plying to the Secretary, or to Rev. J. Pendleton, President. tf ------------i V No rolflon In Cephalino neither antipyrine or other deleterious compound, but it relieves the worst headaches with'one or two doses and leaves DO bad Effect. For sule at all drug stores. A ttnrercnre for Itching Files wre known by moisture, like peiBplration causing intense itching when warm. This form, M well as blind, bleed- Ing and protruding, yield at once to Dr. Pile remedy, which directly on tbe parts affected, absorbs tumors, al- lays Itching and effects permanent onre. 90c. DragpUtsormail; treatise firee. Dr. Bosbnko, Pluom, O. Sold by S. J. Hodg- klnaon. __________ Both tlie method ami results Syrup of 'Figs is tnhen it is plea.su n I mid rt-freshihg to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver ami Bowels, cleanses 'the sys- tem effectually, dispels colds, heud- nclifs and fevers mut cur. s luihili'uil constipation. Syrup of IMJ.-S is the only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced, pleasing to the taste aun ac- ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and-truly beneficial in 5ts effects, its many excellent qualities commend it to all. It is for flare in 50c and bottles by all leading druggists. MANUFACTURED ONLV BY THE CALIFORNIA SYRUP CO. LOUISVItLE, KY. NEW C. NOVACOVICH. H. J. B ERR BERRY MACQVICB, -----Wholesale and Retail Dealers Groceries, ProTislons, FINE TEAS AMD COFFEES, Fish: ani: Oysters In season. FRUITS ALL KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery We carry a fine assortment of FANCY GROCERIES. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. Re-Opened THEREBY RETURN THANKS TO MY former patrons, and desire to inform then that I have opened ft in the same old place, and solicit a share of the public patron- age attd HMde to And a perfect ffi guaranteed, at prices that defy competition. Repairing; neatly and sat- isfactorily done. Give me a call. Pi'jT 19ACHLX, nova6tf Boot and Shoe Maker. Lady Canvassers Wanted 1 F OR RENO AND VICINITY, ALSO for every city   RAi U sMo streets, Rrno.Nrrado. The company Incorporated -March 12, i8S> and is-prepMed to flimi orders forfrnllding material. Latest sMejof-fetstlahe and finiab- We also do turning and scroll sawing, doors; etc We also manufacture a of commotr aadcJeai lumber. Give ns a call. apjitf for 'Oar Family PhyBioiitn" ia and relikbla oktjpvcii to 'frabecnbw the WBKLT GAZHTTK. PALACE BEND'S LEADING HOTEl XT HAS.... Light Sunny Booms, Betttanrant Attached, Fine Billiard Parlor AL WHITE, J. J. GBANT, Proprietor. Manager. Every Attention Paid to my6tt Reno's Popular Hotel. THB KlVJBBttlDJS IS OFFERING new attractions to the guests every day. TBS ROOMS are well ventilated and lighted and sunny. THE BOARD is of the best, both in qual- ity and quantity. The finest meats, fish and fowl in the market TBS BAR is second to none on.tbe coast Give us a call and be convinced. W. B. CHAMBERLAIN, Manager THE GKAND CENTRAL. mHIS WELL-KNOWN AND POPULAR _L hotel is three stories in height and con- tains 36 rooms, all well lighted and sunny, and furnished in modern style. The dining room is a home for the traveler, where he can let the very best the market affords, and the oar U second to none in the State. Try the Grind Central once and yon stop any- where else. DAN O'KEBFB, Prop'r. PACIFIC BREI EBY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Saloon. J.GK Successor to Baokai. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest notice. BeetofJtha belt quality always on hmf Orders from the country receive prompt attention. ftow. ftono, Jyiztt _ TRUCKEE livery and Feed Stabje KEHO, NEVADA T. K-.1 BURST-CLASS TURNOUTS AND'PINESI C Saddle Horses. Careful; attention given tiancient stock. Boarders carefully looked after. octitt Eeoo IM Matt W. a. BAILEY, Propr and. Retail Bntclier, F 'RESH BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAI. and Mttsagw constantly- on'haad.. HMD, and IBeef IHpeelalty. Main Market, Virginia St. Reno. Reno door from Ma- sonic Building, Commercial-Row, se Town Property. I HAVE VERY DESIRABLE TOWN property for sale, nitimtaj- In the pleas antest part of town BUILDING LOTS Suitable for dwellings-, n commanding view, can be had at fail prices Also CbokfrBisaess Block. If you wish to speculate or be and see or address ay WKi TJHOKPSOK. mchi2tf MISCELLANEOUS. UNION SALOON Corner 2d and Streets, WOSttO, NEVADA. CHASE CHJUBICH, Proprietors WE- MAKE A SPECIALTY OP JESSE ufoore and A. A. Whiskies. For Med dual Purposes these celebrated brands have no equal. Our bar U always supplied with the choicest brands of Liquors, Wines and Cigars All the. latest publications on file Fine B'lliard and Card Room attached.- ARCADE SALOON, A E, DAVIS THIS SALOON HAS BEEN RECENTLY fitted up in the most modern style, and is presided over Harry Davis, late of the Depot Hotel, wbom everybody knows. ex, Commercial Roiv, Reno, Nevada, .DEALER III. Groceries, Liquors, Tinware Crockery DP AM, K1NDS.- -----1 also carry a very Extensive Stock of----- Hardware, Bar Iron, Barbed Wire, Steel Cumberland Coal, Lime, Plaster and Cement. ill -Kinds of Implements a Specilaiy. D. A. BENDER, tNDER, GKO. W. MAPBB. C. T. BENDER. President VIce-Presideiit. Cashier. GKO. H. TAYLOR, As.st. Cusliier RENO, NEVADA. Cash Capital, A General Banking Business Transacted. Prompt itteution given to all business eiitruuted to our caro. Foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. PRIHOZPAZ. CORRESPONDENTS, BANK OF CALIFORNIA. San Francisco. NAT. BANK D. O. MILLS CO NAT. BANK OF THK RKi-UBLlC.New York. CONTINENTAL BANK, BANCA GENHKAI.K. Genoa. Italy. DIRECTORS i W. O. H. MARTIN, A. H. MANNING, GKO. W D. A. BKNBHR, C. T. BKNDKR. AM.EN A. CURTIS, FRANK M. LKK. Application for a Patent. (No. 602.) V. S. OFFICE, CARSON CITY, Nevada, December I, 1890. f VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT P. ll 8. Shannon, whoee postofik-e address is Virginia City, Nevada, has thin day filed bin application for a patent for fifteen hundred linear feet of the Galena Hill Lode mine or vein, bearing gold, silver and lead, with sur- face ground six hund-vct feet in width, situ- ated In tbe Galena MUing District, county of Washoe, and State of "levada, aiid by the field notes and official plat on file in this office ad lot Number. 38, in Township 17 K. to E., M. B. M., in Nevada; raid Lot No. 38 being described as follows, to wit: Field Notes of U. S. S. No. 38, Galena Hill Xode, Galena Dint, Washoe county, NVviidH. beginning at a post 6x8 inches square, feet loug, set nrmly in the ground, with a mound, of earth about It 4 feet oase and 3 feet high; the post is markrd No. i V. S. 3. No. 38, and from it the K S- corner on. the north side ol Section No. 6, in T. 17 N., R. x> H., bears N. 1005 feet distant: the mouth of net-No, s bears 8. E. 373 feet distant; thence from said post No i S. 1500 feet to a post in the southwesterly corner of the claim marked No. V. S. S. 38; this post is 6x8 inches square, feet long, and in set firmly in the ground with a mound of eart and stone about it 5 feet at base "ami 3 lee high.- The original location corfler bears B, W. I53ifeet; thence from said post No 3 S. E. at 300 feet a post 4x4 inche square, set in a mound of earth and from which location point bears N. K 700 feet distant, and tbeorlgiual lode line post bears S. W. 71 feet, continuing th course at 600 feet intersect a post 6x8 inche square, 4H feet long, set upon solid bed-rock in the miilst of a mound ot earth and 5 feet at base and a feet high. This post marked No. 3 V. S. S. 38, from it the origins location' corner beard 8. it, 36 fee Thence from post No. 3 N. E. 1500 fee to s post 6x8 inches square, feet long, se firmly in the ground with a mound pf eart aud stones about it 5 feet xt base and 2 fee high. This post is marked No. 4 U. S. 6.38 and from It the original location corner btnr N. K 38 feet; theuce north at 227 feet intersect mouth of tunnel No 5, a 300 feet a post 4 Inches square, set in a moun of rocks; 600 feet intersect post No. i, Ih Assessment Not ce. 0 FFICB OF THK UNION DITCH COM- _ paiiy, a corporation, principal place of business, Reuo, is hereby given that at a meeting of the trustees of the union Ditch Company, held ut the office of the company, November an assessment (No. of 75 cents per share was levied upon each and every share of Vie capital stock of said Comp.ny, now issued, payable imme- diately to the ?ecretary: and any stock upon which said assewuuettt shall remain unpaidou Wednesday the 24th. day of December 1390. shall be deemed delinquent, and may be advertised for sale at public auction, and may be sold to pay such delinquent cost of advertising end expense of Hale. By order of tbe Board of Trustees. Reno November 24 1890. T. V. JUUAN. 'u the State, being always provided with best ofeveryth ing. Give Mr. Davis a call. angaatf- FOR MEN ONLY! rhe newsiest, the cheapest and the Ga- zette and Stockman. place of beginning. From post No. I the orl ginal location corner bears N. W. 3 feet. This survey is for 1500 feet of the Galen Hill Lode, and contains 20 66-100 acres. Th courses are expressed from the true Meridia with a magnetic variation ol i6P-jof K. I hereby certify that the foregoing fiel< notes, and the survey they represent, are cor rect and true, and were made in actual Hurvc CHARLES W. IRISH, U. S. Deputy Min. Surveyor. of 1'os No. i to post No. 2, at 247 feet to left ao fee month of tunnel No. i, at 404 feet to left J feet mouth of tunnel No. 3; at 782 leet to th left 168 feet mouth of tunnel No. 3. From location point S, at 170 feet to rip b 46 feet N. E. corner of frame house; at 344 foot shaft No. i. all of which I hereby certify art correct, and taken in actual survey. CHARLKa W. IRISH, U. S, Deputy Hip.purveyor. Magnetic variation, K., containing 66-100 acres. The location of this mine Is recorded in th Recorder's office of Deeds at the Court House in Reno, Nevada, in Book A of Lode Loca tlons, pp 317 and 318. The adjoining claim ants are none. Any and all persons claiming adversely an1 portion of said Catena Hill Lode mine or sur- face ground are required to file their adverse claims with the Register of the United State Land Office, Carson City, Nov., in tbe State of Nevada, during the sixty days' period o publication hereof; or they will be barred by virtue of tbe provisions of the Statute. O. H. GALLUP, Register. It is hereby ordered that the foregoing No- tice of Application, of Patent be published for the period of 61 days in the RKNO EVENING GAZETTE, a dally newspaper published a Reno, Washoe Co., Nev. decim2 O. H. GALLUP, Register. United States Land Office SACK AM EN TO CITY, CAL.. September NOTICE IS HEREBY GlVEN THAT IN compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of Inns entitled an act for the sale of timber lands In tbe State ol Call fornia, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory, Allen C. Bragg, of Reno, county of Wanhoe, State of Nevada, has this day filed in this office bis sworn statement No. 1269, fo the purchase of tbe NX of SEX of Sec lion No. 8, in ip No. 19 north Range No. 17 east, M. D. M., and wil proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its Umber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish bis claim to .said land before the Register and Rr-civer of this office, at Sacramento, Cat, on Monday, day of December, 1890. He names as witnesses: Charles t. Bragg R. L. Fulton, Janes Mayberry and Thos, K Stewart, all of Reno, Nevada. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before tbe day of December, SELDSN HETZKL, Register, Assessment Notice. 2FF1CK Or BBKO KUECTBIC LIGHT and Powu. Company, a _al place of business, .of works, Reuo, is hereby 'ven that at a meeting of the Trustees of the mcno Electric Light and power Co., held on the i thdayof 1890, at office of. the assessment (No. 4) of Fifteen Cents per share, was levied upon each and every share of the capital stock of said com- pany, payable immediately in United States gold coin: and any stock upon which said as- sessment shall remain unpaid on Wednesday, December 10th 1890, Shall be declared delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction on the loth, day 01 January at the office of the Company, Keno, Nevada, to pay such delinquent as- sessment cost of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board. W. O. CAFFRHY, Secretary. Beao, Nov. 10, 1890. Ettray Notice. CAMS TO MY RANCH ABOUT OCT. 20, z old mare colts, branded with a heart on left shoulder. Deirlptton: One iron gray and the other a bay with a narrow of white in the lace. The owner u Estate of Maurice May. (DECEASED.) NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN BY THK undersigned, executors of the above named estate, to the creditors of and all per- sons having claims against said Maurice May, deceased, to exhibit tbe same, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months from tbe first publication of this notice, to the un- dersigned, at office of the Riverside Flouring Mills, in Reno, Wnshoe County, Nevada. H. H. DECK. P. B. COMSTOCK. Nov. 1890. nov6w4 Notice. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, NOTICK .1 is hereby given that on the 24th day of Peter Mnnintonl, now deceased, purchased from the First National Bank of Reno, Ncv., a certificate of deposit for Said certificate has been lost or stolen, and payment thereon has been stopped. Any one knowing tbe whereabouts of thewtin- will return the same to the undersigned, J. V. PEEKS, Administrator ofsthe estate of Peter Mar- tinonl, Deceased. dtcams Reno, Dec. i, 1890. Notice to Creditors. AM, PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS against Pietro Martinoni, deceased, are hereby notified and requested to exhibit them with the neccssaiy vouchers, written ten months after the first publication of this notice to J. V. Peers, administrator of the estate of said deceased, at the law Office of his attorney, Thomas K. Knydon in the Sunderlaod building in Reno, Wasboe county, Nevada, the place of transaction of business of said Administrator. J. V. PEERS, HOJ5W4 Reno, Movembcr zj, 1890. Notice. WE, THE UNDERSIGNED FIRM, BE' ing afraid that some one may forge a certificate of passage back to China in our name, do hereby state that we have no part- ner to send back to China now. If we do fco back, we will, 117 PERSON ask the gentle- men to sign our certificate. WAII YUEN CO.; Jee Bon Poy, Manager, Reno, Nov. 28, 1890. Fireworks, Flags, Firecrackers, Etc. H. FISHEtt CO., Importers and dealers in Piicwoiks, etc. We specialty of Exhibition Goods. ComtnlitennreNpeoifully attkod 10 correspond with us, aa give you wore and better (ban aoy other company oo coast. Send for Price List. H. FISHER CO. Largest Detorsji Pacifo (jj Dyeing and taring. OSBORN 30UCIT8 THE PATRONAGK OK THE 3 residents of Reno and vicinity in all branches of tbe above business. latest process of dry or chemical clean. Ing lor fine goods. RECEIVIXO HOUSE 'ot all and inquiries, JOHN SUNDER LAND'S STORE, Virginia Street. menu "Omr Family HANDSOMELY BOUND BOOK OP 248 giving lymptoms of all ad recognised treatment according to tour different schools: will save la doctor's Mils In one year. Given away wMr TnWfeXBLr KWSPAPLRl .'SPAPERf   

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