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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - April 28, 1904, Danville, PennsylvaniaUncle same a wonders Aji executive departments Send treasures to the worlds fair. Steamboats off Shoals is shown Here. The first harvesting machine made in the year 150 it. A. Is one of the most ancient exhibits at the exposition. There is also a Model of the first steam engine made in Egypt in the same year. Every foot of the 200,000 feet of floor space in Uncle same a worlds fair building is occupied by exhibits of surpassing interest and every phase of the Peoples welfare is shown. Do play installed in the largest governmental exposition building Ever constructed a precious documents a relics of famous statesmen and soldiers. Working postal exhibit. Curious things from China the United states government building at the world s fair occupies an elevated site just South of the main picture of the exposition. The great Central dome of the govern int building is visible from the very Center of the fair looking across the picturesque sunken Garden that lies Between the palaces of mines and metallurgy and Liberal arts. The Hill slope in front of the government building is terraced with Broad stairways almost completely covering the slope. The building is 800 feet Long by �?��>0 feet wide and is the largest Structure Ever provided at an exposition by the Federal government. 3t is distinguished from All the other Large i Ulk Lings at the exposition by the steel truss construction the Butlre roof being supported by steel Arches forming a splendid domed ceiling. La this building Are Lus talled the exhibits of All the executive departments of government. The building is a a a storehouse i i an endless variety i f treasures dear to the heart of every True Ain Eriean. Precious documents Are to be seen Here and the autographs of our great men of the past Are on display Kollos of famous statesmen and soldiers. Carefully preserved through generations Are exhibited. Each governmental department Lias Lus talled a exhibit showing its official character and Mode of operation. Entering the government building from the a a astern end the visitor sees at his left a Railroad pos Ottlee ear. Thu is not n Mere coach Sta uding Idle the unit Tuksal exposition the achievements of individuals and nations faithfully recorded by this encyclopedia of society. The most magnificent Beds Ever seen Are part of the celestial Empire s worlds fair exhibit. The chinese exhibit it the world s i fair is tilled with pleasing surprises i some of the most magnificent articles j if furniture Are a part of this wonder la us display the carving and in laying j of Ivory Bone and Wood illustrate the a marvelous skill of the chinese. Modi is in i led in this interesting exhibit show the Homes and Home life of to e chinese their weddings and fun Era Chine a Tea House restate int a chinese weaving and s in. I e Beautiful Silks and Wear i in apparel of the chinese and their methods of manufacturing them. One feature of the exhibit is two magnificent chinese Bells each of which has the appearance of being a Smail House of great Beauty. Oue is a summer bed. The other for Winter. The summer bed is hand carved and inlaid with Ivory and Bone figures and landscapes exquisitely carved and so skilfully joined As to appear a part of the Wood. The bed and furniture Are of carved Bamboo. The led consists of an anteroom with tables chairs and Tea stands and in an inner room which a is the sleeping apartment there is Couch with coverings of Gauzy Winter bed is still More elaborate. It consists of three compartments. The first contains four chairs a Tea Poy and a Chest of drawers. This is the sit j Ting apartment. The second is the dress i ing room and the third is the sleep ing apartment or the Couch itself. The furniture is of Rosewood inlaid with Ivory carving of Birds Flowers and Trees. The Couch is covered with Silks of the truest texture and in Gaudy colors. The sleeping compartments Are lighted with chinese lanterns of silk Hung it the outer Entrance while the Light enters through Gauze panels hand painted and in forms of Rosewood inlaid with Ivory figures. A table Ami dish made of highly polished Ash with exquisitely carved Bamboo figures inlaid Are shown. The work is so artistically done thut each article seems to have been made of one piece of Wood. There is also a Large display of chinese lanterns made of silk Gauze and other Light material and some made of beads artistically arranged with Glass centers. The silk and Gauze Are beautifully hand painted. There Are models of some of the great chinese temples Heaters and Arches showing elaborate curving in Wood and Ivory and two Large elephant tusks exquisitely curved. Wharfage free at St. Louis Lousian a pc Cuhak Monument would s fair. But la Oue of the most improved mail cars la which men attached to the United states railway mail service Are actively engaged lug a throwing the malls Llerve you will set the postal clerks at work just As they work while a pee Dlug along a Railroad track. A curious collection of old time relics from the Post office museum at Washington illustrates As no verbal description can do the crude Berglu plugs of the postal system. One of beae relics is us old fashioned Stagecoach that once carried United states malls through a portion of the Louisiana Purchase territory. President Roosevelt who once inspected it examined with a rough rider s interest the Bullet holes which stage robbers and Mountain brigands shot through its stiff Leathern curtains. Generals Bherman and the Idun and president Garfield Rode la this old coach during the strenuous Days of Frontier life. Among the collection of documents allowing the primitive postal methods in Vogue in the Early Days is to be seen the old Book of accounts kept by tha first postmaster general. Benjamin Franklin All written by baud. There is a rare collection of Stamps including ancient filipino Porto ultican and cuban Stamps. The Post office department s exhibit occupies 12,4��?T>9 Square feet. Across the aisle at the right is the exhibit of the new department of Commerce and i Abor occupying Square feet. This exhibit shows what the new executive department stands for and what it is accomplishing. Or. Carroll d. Wright. United states commissioner of i ibor had charge of the preparation of the exhibit. Charts arranged by him showing the rapid growth of the nation la agriculture arts manufacture population Etc., or of special interest to sociologists and Sil students of the labor problem. The census Bureau exhibit is made in this Section. It shows tie tabulating machines used in compiling the census reports the Lighthouse Board also oilers Ting under this department shows the great revolving lenses in lighthouses. With other interesting appliances. The space in the projecting Northwest Corner of the bul Dlug is devoted to the Library of Congress. The Ltd we which houses this Library at Wash a Ngou is held by Many architects to be the most Beautiful building in the world. Its Interior decorations by Eliner Ellsworth Garnsey furnish one of the chief delights of a visit to the National capital. A Large Model of this splendid Buik Jig is a feature of the exhibit. The decorative features of the Interior Are reproduced in their original colors. The next exhibit on the right hand Side of the Central Isle is that of the Interior department occupying 11,792 so tire feet. In this Large space the visitor finds so Many things of com pelting interest that lie is Loath to leave. The Patent office exhibit belongs to this Section. There Are models of Many machines that have borne in important part in the development of the nations industries. The earliest form of every device of human invention How Are a possible. Is shown Here. For instance you May me the actual sewing machine that was the first con Tim sauce of its kind every constructed it was patented in 1846 by Elias Howe. The first typewriter patented by c. Thurber in 1842 the Model of the first cast Iron plow patented by Charles Newt add in 1797 the first screw propeller invented by Robert Hook la if Elfi and to buy other a a first things Are to seen. The Model of Abraham Lincoln a celebrated device for lifting Twenty Miles of River front for water Craft at worlds fair City. Free wharfage will be Given to All boats Landing at St. Louis during the worlds fair. Traffic manager ill Leary of the exposition and Joseph p. Whyte Harbor Anil wharf commissioner of St. Louis have decided on the locations assigned to the various kinds of boats. Yachts Strain launches and All boats propelled by their own Power have been assigned wharf space Between Choteau Avenue and Liddle Street. These streets running East and West form the Boundary lines for the Central business District of the City. House boats have been assigned wharf space North of Biddle Street and South of Choteau Avenue. It. Louis has a River front of Twenty Miles. The Broadway line of the transit company parallels the River from the City limits on the North to Jefferson Barracks on the South. At no Point Art tin cars More than five blocks from the Mississippi River. The worlds fair May be reached for one fare by transferring to any of the eight lines that Cross Broadway mul reach the exposition grounds. No charge will be made for wharfage. Application for space should be made to the Harbor and wharf commissioner at the City Vilall on twelfth Street Between Market Street und Clark Avenue. Fifteenth Century gun. In 1427, when the English la nor Mandy made their last assault on Mont by. Michel under lord Stales they attacked it with a several powerful engines and certain machines of Bays an old writer a they trained a Battery so furiously against the Walls that they made a among these formidable weapons were two enormous wrought Iron guns which they were compelled to leave behind on being obliged to raise the siege. They Are still on exhibition with some of their projectiles in a railed enclosure just inside the main Entrance to the town. The guns Are of the kind formerly called a a bombards and Are of different sizes. The larger one has a Caliper of Nineteen inches thirty and a Quarter inches being the greatest external diameter und twelve feet the total length of which about three feet four inches belong to the smaller powder chamber in the rear. It weighs very nearly is tons. The other gun weighs about a couple of tons less is of fifteen inches Caliper nud eleven feet nine inches Long. These weapons Are not cast but a built up guns being formed of longitudinal bars about three inches wide arranged like the Staves of a cask and bound round closely with wrought Iron hoops. The a Michele to a As they Are called Are most Likely of flemish workmanship. Their projectiles ure made of Hen Granite and those for the larger gun have been its to mated to weigh 300 pounds apiece. The powder chamber is capable of holding about forty pounds of explosive i a in i a winery. Two cots stood Side by Sale in the emergency Hospital. Oil one was the form of a Man n great big Strong looking fellow. On the other was the figure Ltd a boy a Little fellow not More than ton years of ago. The head of Yueh was swathed in bandages and while the Man bore his suffering in silence the boy cried and moaned and sobbed. A a what a the matter Sonny a asked the Man us tin boy oiled aloud. A i fell off a was the answer Ali lad returned in a tween his sobs. Quot Hurrah for you. Returned the Man. A i fell Down a ship s Hatch. Lets an hour later the nurse came into the War a and walked Over to the cots. Both the patients were sound asleep and in the hairy fist of the Sailor rested the tiny hand of his Lith com pan Ion in misery. San Francisco Gall. Ii Fiu i it i us k j. \. Skiff director of exhibit. World m fair. A the Wisdom of nil Ages is none too great for the worlds in this single salient sentence uttered in his famous address at Buffalo in september 1901, president Mckinley described the object and the result of expositions. A modern Universal exposition is a collection of the Wisdom und achievements of the world for the inspection of the world for the study of its experts by which they May make comparisons and deduction and develop plans for future improvements and Progress. Such a Universal exposition might Well be called an encyclopedia of society. It constitutes a classified compact indexed compendium of the achievements and ideas of society in All phases of its activity extending to the most material As Well As the most refined. It offers illustrations covering the full Field of social performance from the production of the shoes on our feet and the pavement beneath them to a presentation of the rarest and most delicate creations of the brains and hands of men in what Are called the Fine arts of civilization. The Universal exposition in St. Louis in 1904 will be such a social encyclopedia in the most comprehensive and accurate sense. It will give to the world in revised and Complete details a a living picture of the artistic and Industrial development at which Mankind has arrived and will actually provide a a new starting Point from which All men May direct future it will present for the inspection of specialists in All lines of Industrial and social Endeavor and for the Public an Assembly of the Best which the world has done and has to show in Industry Art and science and. What is very important it will offer these achievements of society these trophies of civilization. In a highly selected accurately classified array. The creators of the St. Louis exposition have had the experience of All previous great expositions by which to plan and effect its High organization. The continuous Ami repeated Burden of the message of experience banded Down by All expositions has been More perfect More effective classification and arrangement of exhibits. The classification of the St. Louis exposition has been prepared to present a sequential synopsis of the developments thut have marked Many a Progress. On its bases will be assembled the most highly organized exposition the world has yet seen. The St. Louis classification is divided into 10 departments. 144 groups and 807 classes. These grand departments in their order will record what Man has accomplished it this time with his faculties Industry and skill and the natural resources at his command in the environment in which he has been placed. At the head of the exposition cons 81111011011 has been placed education through which Man enters social life. Second comes Art. Showing the condition of his culture and development. Liberal arts and applied sciences Are placed third to indicate the result of his education and culture illustrate his tastes and demonstrate ids inventive Genius scientific attainment and artistic expression. These three departments equip 1dm for the Battle and prepare him for the enjoyments of life. The raw material departments agriculture horticulture mining and forestry show How Man conserves the forces of nature to his uses. The department of manufactures will show what he has done with them the department of machinery the tools he has used. The department of transportation will show How he overcomes distances and secures Access to All parts of the world. The department of electricity will indicate tie great forces he Lias discovered and utilized to convey Power and intelligence. And so through the several departments to anthropology in which Man studies Man and to social Economy which will illustrate the development of the human race How it has overcome the difficulties a of civilization and solved problems in which society is involved. Last is placed physical culture in which Man ids intelligence having reached the supreme Point. Is Able to treat himself As an animal realizing that ills intellectual and moral constitutions require a sound physical body to prompt them to the proper performance of their function. Education is the keynote of the Universal exposition of 1904. Each department of the worlds labor and development will be represented at St. Louis classified and installed in such manner that All engaged or interested in such Branch of activity May come and see examine study and go away advised. Each of the separate sections of the exposition will be an equivalent of or rather will be in actuality a comprehensive and most effective object lesson lug the line of Industrial Anil social achievement and Progress which its presents. Worlds fair hotel accommodations. 6t. Louis hostelries prepared to handle vast throngs prices not to be increased hotel inside of the exposition grounds with a capacity for c.000 guests ample hotel accommodations have been provided for the worlds fair visitors at St. Louis both within and outside of the exposition grounds i the exposition management has organized a free information service. A pamphlet has been issued for Grantui tons circulation explaining Many of the conveniences that have been provided. A list of All the hotels with rates is contained in this pamphlet. The entire City has been canvassed and Many thousands of private House 1 he Vinter of 1861. Ltd a in. The Cuury in. And. In fact it in the Century Winter was 1ti-is cold heavy a Iron Ali Ltd a a Mitt Lucid. To in Winter of a a a vis noted for be ing us of l was the coldest my. The coldest Day of tin Day feb. 25, and is known Friday. Then had been j storm Light Fine Snow it cleared off cold and tin wind blew a perfect Gale Unis making the cold More fearful. 1 in air was filled with Snow so thick one could see Only a Rod or two in any direction. Men who were oblige Ltd to be on the Road perished and were found Frozen As hard As Marble statues. A very few travellers survived the ordeal. But few had thermometers in those Days to Tell How cold it really was but what few there were registered 4 a to 5u below Zero in andr Scoggin. Ami in Arons took county it was even lower. Vino Scot Bay was Frozen Over so solid that Sam Randall of Yana Haven took a horse and Sleigh and together with the lion. Martin Iliff who was the representative to the legislature from Vinalhaven cruised from Vinalhaven to North Ilavern then to Saddle Island then to Camden and thence across country to Augusta where he left Iliff and returned to Vinalhaven again safely. Portland Harbor and Boston Harbor were Frozen Over solid. Thousands of the Boston people availed themselves of tin fact and the ice on tin Harbor was covered with skaters. A Lewiston journal. I Likely to get even. Old Friend what became of that Beautiful full length portrait of yourself and your first husband mrs two times it is hidden away up in tin Garret. My second husband bus never seen it yet. In a keeping it for it Surprise. A a Surprise a a yes. If he Ever again gives me a ten cent bottle of perfumery for a Christmas present i la give him that painting for a new years a imini�1 Colony. On a Small Island in the greek or Chip Lago there is a Colony which is composed entirely of women. It is a sort of religious order which considers it a disgrace for one of its members to oven look at a Man. So when a Fisherman approaches the Island the women Puli the Gray cowls of their Hassocks Over that in Heads and turn their backs. Provisions Are never imported As the women raise their own products being Striet vegetarians. Only tin Matron who is annually elected head of the col , is Ever allowed to leave tin Island. The others remain on the Island nil their lives taking their turn at tilling the soil trashing housekeeping and fishing. There is Liard a Ingle group of insects which Down i suffer from the appetite of of a More species of Bird. Tin eggs and larva an dug and pried out of the f Burrows in the Wood by Woodpecker and creepers those underground air scratched and clawed up to View by Quail partridges ail Many sparrows warblers and vireos scan every Leaf and Twig. Flycatchers like the cat family of mammals lie in wait and Surprise the insects on the Wing More particularly those flying near the ground while swifts swallows and Martins glean a Harvest front the Host of High flying insects. When we think humming Birds Are taking Dainty sips of Honey from the Flowers they Are in j reality More often snatching minute spiders and tiles from the deep cups of the Calyes. When night Falls the insects which have chosen that time As the safer to carry on the business of Active life Are pounced on by crepuscular feathered beings the cavernous Mouths of whippoorwill engulf them As they Rise from their hiding places and the bristle of night Hawks brushes them into no less rapacious maws if Percha Nee. They have succeeded in reaching the upper York Post. Cost of seeing the worlds fair. From any Point within 300 Miles of by. Louis a person May travel to the worlds fair tills year View the won do is of the exposition for three a lays and expend the same Money he would pay in any other year for Truin fare alone. This is an absolute fact. The Western passenger association has agreed on a ten Day excursion rate 250 Miles or More from St. I oils for one and one fifth far for the round trip. The film 0�-�-nr< s a it mar. The first St am vessel which it Ross Ltd the Atlanta Ocean was under the american Ting and was the Savannah. The launching took place in new York Harbor on aug. 23, 1818. And to a first trip. Began March 28. 1819, Ivah from new York to Davao nah a. Which was reached april Al. She Vas advertised by her owner. Llllian Scarborough of Savannah to make tin Ocean trip starting May 20, and passengers were advertised for. None 1 however. Was willing to risk the voyage the vessel sailed May 25. Roach ing the Irish Mast june id. The next Day lieutenant Bow Ira of the King s a litter kit Board d the ship thinking that Law cause Sun a was Tesu tug from her smokestack that the vis bid by a on i Captain it a had it h Irge a of her during the Voy i took her to Copenhagen. J Petersburg and other foreign of the steamship was built by i a Amis Pii Kett and had a fuel a torah a a i 1 a a it of seventy five tons of Coal my Twenty live cords of Wood ill 1�� r wheels wire so constructed As to be removable in Stormy weather. Portion of varied industries building worlds fair holders have arranged to receive visitors. These houses Are in every Section of the City and the rates at which guests will be received is a matter of record on the books of the Bureau. The insole inn a hotel on the exposition grounds has a capacity for 6,000 guests. The exposition management has control of the rates which have been fix a i at from $1.50 to $3 50 per Day european plan. Including admission to the grounds. On the american plan the rates Range from $3 to $5 per Day. The hotel is 400 by 800 feet and is three stories High. There Art More than 150 established hotels in St. Louis and a signed agreement has been made Between Many of their managers with the exposition officials that rates shall not be raised during the exposition period. Many new hotels have been built on Sites adjacent to the exposition grounds and the published fixed rates warrant the assertion that no Oue need pay exorbitant rates for accommodations either at hotels or private houses. Among the new hotels May be mentioned the hotel Napoleon Bonaparte which stands it Clayton Avenue and Blinker Road overlooking the exposition grounds. This hostelry will no com Monte 5.000 persons. The rates. European plan Are from $1 to $5 per Day. The grand flew hotel South of the exposition on Aukiand Avenue has a capacity for 5.000 guests nne a the rates Are $1 to $1.50 per Day european and $2 to $2.50 per Day on the american plan. The Kenilworth on West Park Boulevard and Billon Avenue has a capacity of 1.500 guests with a Rute of $1.50 per Day. The above mentioned Are a few of the new hotels that have been erected near the exposition grounds for the accommodation of worlds fair visitors. All told there Are about two score. All Are within easy walking distance and All Are situated on High ground with comprehensive views of the grounds. All of the structures Are Well built and in some of then the most luxurious quarters Are obtainable. The rates Are established and will not he increased a luring tin exposition. New music for worlds fair m is u Imit a St a a a a it. This illustrates tin Way in which children Are misunderstood a car crowded full of people a Little girl so iut izod a Lown in one Corner among or Miles and looking Over the top a of a Sandbox containing a dress for a fashionable lady Uptown a poor Little. Half pinched up. Shrivelled Little girl. In walks a fashionable Young woman superbly a or less Ltd a i. And bounces herself Down on a seat. This Little girl keeps her a a yes on this Young woman never takes them off. Tin Young woman gets a Little restive it. Finally As she starts to get out shot says a the next time a lady gets into the car ill thank you not to stare her out of tin Little girl say nah. Miss. I was Only thinking How Beautiful you a schoolmaster. N in a Rell Atole tin shop tor All kind of tin roofing spouting and general Job work. Stoves Heaters. Ranchi furnaces a to. A St Pun the Best John Hixson no. 116 e. Front St. J. J. Brown the Eye a specially Lyes tested treated fitted with glasses nud artificial eyes supplied. Market str it. Bloomsburg a. Hour-�?10 a. M to 5 . Horae paper of Danville t of course you read the to eople a a Pular 1 a per. Everybody reads it. Published every Romias except sunday Ca no. A i e. Is to. A ing St. Subscription 6 cer or week. P three compositions by famous people. Band tournament. Musical people and Ull who appreciate Good music May thank the world s fair for three notable compositions written upon the invitation a of the exposition management. These arc tin a hymn of the West a by the most distinguish a living Auto Rii in poet Edmund Clarence Stedman the music for which was written by professor John k. Paine who is it the of the music department of Harvard University Quot Louisiana a a March by Frank Yander Stuken loader of the Cincinnati orchestra a Waltz a along the if Faza a by Henry k. Halley of new York who has won his laurels Long before this As writer of operatic ail other musical compositions. This music will be heard publicly for inc first time upon the opening of the exposition on saturday april 30, and frequently thereafter in the musical programmes of tin greatest of worlds fairs. These Are the Only official compositions. Thirty thousand dollars will but Given in prizes for the Best bands at a tournament to by ind during the exposition. All through the worlds fair the musical feature will he prominent. The most famous bands of the world Are under font rust to participate during considerable periods. Among these Are Garde band of Fra Nee. Tin Royal Gran to it ller band of England the Ameris an National band. Botina.? band and others. A de a i Erner m in. It was in a restaurant and the Young wife looked anxiously at liar husband As he devoured a double portion of lobster salad. A i wish you cat that dear a she urged. A Lyon know it never agrees with you. Especially at a it does no to but i done to he said As he tackled a huge Mouthful. A a it a my turn to take care of tin baby to bight new York press. I $50,000.0 i Cash Given away to users of a lion Coffee Are going to be More Liberal than Ever in 1904 to users of lion Coffee. Sot will the lion Heads Cut from the packages be Good As heretofore for the valuable premiums we have always Given our customers but in addition to the regular free premiums will entitle you to estimates in our $50,000.00 grand prize contests which will is Rich men and women. You can Send in As Many estimates As desired. There win it a fall warning. Mrs. Browne done to you think the new no Ghl it or is cute bin has such u coaxing Little Way Al amt her. Mrs. Greene Well Shell get herself into trouble if she trips her coaxing Little Way on cd the a of my hired girls. A Cleveland Plain dealer. The trouble. A i wonder Viliy or. Uld Bow Goe see miss frocks after she has Reje him so emphatically a remarked Jack. A just to pass away the time a tested join Elk. A but the reason he was refused. That he had already passed away much time did a a free press. S to cod Howes too the same lion Heads make some of our patrons two creat contests the first contest will be on the july 4tli attendance at the is. Louis worlds pair the second relates to vote for president to be cast nov. 8, 1904. $10,000.00 will be distributed m each of these contests a $40,000.00 on the two and to make it still More interesting in addition to tins amour we. Grand first prize of $5,000.00 5sws5 Sims Tjw is. A 1 a opportunities of winning a big Cash prize. Printed Blanks five lion Heads Cut from lion Coffee packages and a 2 cent stamp entitle you in addition to the regular free premiums to one vote in either contest worlds fair contest what will be the total july 4th attendance at the St Lonis world s fair at Chicago. July 4.19. The attendance was 21. A for nearest Correct estimates received in �2, of or Pany s office. Toledo Ohio on or before june 30th. 1904. We will give first prize for the nearest Correct estimate second prize to the next nearest Etc. Etc. As follows m 1 first or Lee 1 second prize j sons on 2 prizes each 1.000.00 6 prize by 200.00 1 -000.00 to prizes 100.00 j-2�jr-s2 60.00 Quot 1,000.00 20.00 Quot 1.000.00 10.00 Quot 2,600.00 5.00 a a 0,000.00 Fps King 20 plies a 60 prizes 260 prizes 1800 prizes 2130 prizes total. 20.000.00 vote on found in. Every lion Coffee pad age. The 2 cent Starr covers the expense v. Our acknowledge or of you that your is presidential vote Contes what will be the total popular vote cast for presides for All candidate combined a a the election nov Man f 190ft elect Ltd. La ,"s9.fi5 people voted for president t 1 r. A ret t estimates r revived in Woolson spice , office. I a on Ltd before nov. 5.1904. We will give first pole f r the neat rect estimate second prize to the next Nea Etc. As 1 first prize not 1 second prize 2 prizes 600.00 each 5 prizes 200.00 a to prize 100.00 a a 20 or Lea 60.00 50 prizes -260 prizes -1800 prizes a 2139 prizes. 20.00 10.00 6.00 2.500 1 �>00. 1,002 1 too 1 ,o0 it1 i it 0 2,500 9,000 00 .00 00 total. 20,000.00 4279�?prizes�?4279 distributed to the Public aggregating s45, addition to which we shall two 6,c in to grocers clerks see particulars in lion Coffee cases making a grand total of $50.000.� a a e nothing has Ever equalled it. Thing can Ever surpass it. Of. 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