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Ifce WxtWs, gUttly c$: SfttttstTag tcrmitjg, gecemtrt; 11, 1890.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
M. L. CnxwronD. Manager
JF"Street cars at the door after each performance.
OKE XIGHT ONLY.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12.
Iraro Kiralfy's Grand Spectacular rroductlon. Sur
passing all preiio'isnnnaNof
AROUND THE WORLD
Under the Direction of
A Grand Company of Tcrpslchorean Artists.
Tho Kew Great Mikado Ballet,
Consisting of 100 Dancers,
The Suez Canitl.
The J'ccentrlc Palace.
The Garden In Toklo.
rwk of the Honrictta.
The U. I. J5. K. Train.
The Giants fatalnvay.
THE LIVE ELEPHANT MAZOUK.
-I.. 31. Crawford, Manage
P?Street Cars at the door after each performance.
ONE XTGHT ONLY, DEC. 13.
A. M. PALMER'S CO.
J ROM TUE
Madison Square Theatre, N. Y.
In Sir Charles Young's Famous Tlay,
JIM, THE PENMAN!
"Tho sTPatcst Success the JIadlson Square Theatre
has ever know u."-evr York Herald.
RpRiiTar prices, hcuts on tale Wednesday, Dec 10
r( RAWFORD-GRANU o
j o h. M. CKAvrroKD, Manage!
n7"Strect Cars at thedoor after each performance
ONE NIOHT ONLY, DEC. 15.
Tlie Seabons IMg Sensation.
Imposing and Impresshe Production of the Great
International Mclo-Dramatlo Success
Famous New Yoik Cast!
Two Car Loads of Scenery 1
Amazing Mechanical Effects
Beet the Big White Yacht, with Real Masts and Balls
and Full-Rigged la Every Particular.
XtTE Incidental to Act ir, "Spike" Hennessey
and ,vKld" McCoy, the Eminent Unformed Cracks
mou. "will blow open a brand-now Iron fafo. In full
liew Of the audience. Realistic and bclcnilUcI
Scitil on Kale Thursday, Deo. 11th.
The fTrm of Ward & Varner dissolved
partnership by mutual consent on Dec. 4.
W. H. Vurner still remains at 219 East
Douglas avenue, room 4, and will be
pleased to fee all his old patrons.
dll) 3 W. H. VARXER.
Smoke BL.hop's cigais. d!9 lOt
Take stage at Wharton for Stillwater;
Billy Snyder, proprietor. d48 tf
Will be given away for Xmas with every Suit or Overcoat
bought of Tlie FaiTicms.
I will carry no winter stock over for moths to eat
another extra cut in my immense
ClotWog, Gents Furnishin
And will give the benefit to my friends and patrons at anv price, your price is mine.
Everything in the house must go, nothing reserved. I have no Baits,
no Trash, no Truck, Traffic, to offer but mv entire stock
Chlldren Milts, 4 to 13
Tears, pleated front and
baik. vorth 13, Famous
price R2c. A handsome
prvwnt ptTen vita each
collars six lor
No Reasonable Offer
.TJ. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, i83g.
Cut and biash
In groceries of all kinds. Remember my
stock is the finest in the city and must be
sold by Jan. L Now is your time; every
thing goes. Fine dried fruits, canued
fruits, vetables. fish and meats, jellies,
jams, preserves from the best factories in
the -world, cereals of all kinds, teas that
are a wonder at the price, soap to clean
your clothes and characters cheap, cheap,
by the box or cartoon; sauer kraut front
Germany out, tramped in the barrel by
wooden shoes, yum, yum, juicy and good.
Extracts of all kinds and panic prices.
Try them. A nice wheelbarrow lor -'0
cents. Ohl yes, that cheese, full cream
Crawfords; no skim milk there. Every
day at the palace of fine gioceries 221
North Main. J. T. Dorset, Manager.
P. S. Come in and price the goods any
way if you don't want to buy.
Moic new styles just received at the
Fashion Exhibition, 435 N. Waco Ave., not
only dress, but house and table decora
tion, as seen at Mrs. Harrison's grand re
ception given in Indianapolis last week.
This exhibition will close Friday Dec. 13.
Will open again on the 24th if here.
If in need of anything in the grocery line
Dorscy's stock will please you. Try him.
The Santa Fe's now vestihuled train,
leaves Wichita 10 a. m.. arrives at Chicago
next morning at S.50. This is the fastest
time made to Chicago. About fifty miles
t he shortest line, and 6G3 miles the best
line to Chicago. dl2-tf
NOW ON DISPLAY
Everything You Want from
a oc to a S5 Article.
This Hat 39 cents.
In Felt, All Colors.
GLOBEL 418 Dondas Av
g Goods, H
thrown on the mercy of the people.
Suits worth $400 and $5.00, - - Famous
Suits worth $7.00 and $S.OO, - Famous
Suits worth $10 and $12, - - - Famous
Overcoats worth $2.50 and 3.50 Famous
Overcoats worth $5.00 and 7.50, Famous
Overcoats worth $S.50 and 10, - Famous
Our stock is yet large, sizes unbroken of Meltons, Kerseys, Chin
chillas and Cheviots; now, come and take them, your price is mine.
beg to call special attention to this
mens ana dovs ciotning, ana prices Knocked silly, come before stock is broken.
Fine border handkerchiefs two for oc; mens heavy, seamless, cotton hose 5c;
heavy all wool socks three pair gor 2oc: mens suspenders Sc; mens heavv under
shirts 17c; all wool 33c: mens working pants 75c: "better ones 07r: fonr t1v linen
doc; line dress shirts, line underwear, mufflers, etc.: 50c on the
dollar is the word, and that s the money that carries them off. 50 dozen men
and boys caps at ISc, regular price oOc. Seeing is Believin
. GOLDSTEIN, JR
422 E Douglas Avenue.
refused on anv Article
MONARCH AMONG SWORDSMEN.
An American Who VTon tho World's
Championship Beforo Queen Victoria.
elow is given a picture of the world's
championship medal for saber and musket
drill, recently cap
tured by Col.
Nicholas C. Hart
mann, the young
Brooklyn, N. Y.
The medal was
presented to Hart
niann by the
Prince of Wales,
after an exciting
the American and
Lieut. Edward R.
Jones, of the
The drill, which
took place before
Queen Victoria at
ace, Sept. 23 and
24, consisted of
c'ses with musket.
COL. HARTMANTS'S TROPHY, fc fi y O U e t and
sword. Hartmann won th musket drill
by 11 points in 27 minutes and the bayonet
drill by 4 points in 9 minutes. A brisk
and brilliant sword contest resulted in
Hartmann's favor by 3 points. In the
quick movement musket drill with a
10-pound gun the American won with
ease, executing 161 movements in 10
minutes to the Englishman's 93.
A bayonet drill en horseback closed the
contest. As in the previous exhibition,
young Hartmann carried everything be
fore him and won by eight points. His
victory was marred by a painful misfortr
une, however, for in dismounting his arm
was accidentally broken by his opponent's
gun. The trophy is valued at $3,000 and
carries with it the world's championship.
Col. Hartmann was also presented with a
gold medal on which is a bass-relief of the
queen's head. Although only 22 years of
age, Col. Hartmann has fifty-three vic
tories and no defeats to his credit.
uvunnmuh WaS UOlcG Itt . ? ' ' -mk "fcC!
the other day which is worthy of imitation
for an inexpensive Christmas gift. It was
a scarf made of cotton wadding, to hang
over a picture on an easel. The ends were
cut in narrow strips several inches deep,
to resemble fringe, above which were a
number of discs and crescent shaped fig
ures dnnn ir ' ' - zildinc.
(Furnished by the Deam Abstract Co.
Tho following transfers of real estate
were filed for record in the office of the
register of deeds.
Sarah J Bowman to G W Peters 13
and 15 Seneca St Martinson's add
G W Peters to W II Harroun 14 and
15 Seneca St Martinson's add w d 50
Charles Payne to Hariet A Smith 8
and w 4 10 avenue D Sherwood's
add wd 3000
Eli7abeth N Douglas to A B Barnes
110 112 114 Fourth ave North Park
add w d 20
F H Grubb to Amelia B Barnes 104
100 10S Fourth avd North Park add
w d 100
William Copeland to M Alice Ong
63 65 07 69 71 73 75 77 79 81 S3 S5
Waco St Bridgewater add w d 1500
William II Sharp to Miltea Friis n
hf Reserve "F" Plummer's add w d 525
Mi lo M Mitchell to William B Mitch
ell s hf so qr and tho n hf se or 20
29 lewd 55
S D Pallett to B F McLean 2 4 6 S 10
12 14 16 Grace st and 33 35 37 Grace
st and 22 24 26 28 30 32 :M 36 38 Lucy
st and 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 Guthrie
st River Bend add and 31 33 35 37
Hillside ave Maple Giove add w d. 1000
James E Hill to Violet A Hill s hf se
qr 14 28 4 w w d 1GO0
Violet A Hill to William H Hill nw
qr ne qr 23 2S 4 w w d 5C0
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castor
next summer I have made
ats, Caps3 Etc.
great slaughter sale of chil-
in the house.
The ladies of St. Paul's M. E. church
will hold a Christmas market at their
church on Wednesday afternoon and eve
ning. Dec. 10, at which many useful and
beautiful articles will be for tale. Supper
in the evening, consisting of many delica
cies, will be served. You are very cordi
ally invited to corns and help. By order
of the president. 18 3
Dorsey's grocery stock must be closed by
Janv 1st, all coods first-class, no poor
Fine Playing Cards.
Send ten (10) cents in stamps or coin to
John Sebastian, general ticket and passen
ger agent Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific
railway, for a pack of the latest, smooth
est, slickest playing cards that ever glad
dened the eyes and'rippled along the fing
ers of the devotee to High-Five, Seven-Up,
Casino, Dutch, Euchre, Whist or any other
ancient or modern game, and get your
money's worth five times over. 16 tf
New Pullman sleeping car service Mis
souri Pacific railway Wichita to St. Louis
without change via the "Pleasant Hill
route. d5S tf
Tourist Excursions South.
Tourist excursion tickets are again on
sale to points in Georgia, Florida and other
"winter resorts." The conditions and lira
its on these tickets are reasonable. For
lull information call at 120 N. Main st.
E. E. Bleckley.
149tf P. and T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry.
It Is Painted Red.
The Kansas City and Wichita special
train via the Santa Fe runs without
change of any class, and has in its equip
ment a new reclining palace chair car
which is free. 13 tf
Blank charters and all kind of legal
blanks for sale by
The Wichita Eagle,
dTl tf Wichita, Kansas.
Notice to Depositors.
Please present your savings pass books
at our counter between Dec. 1 and 10 for
the entry of the semi-annual interest.
Savings Bank of Wichita.
d-H7t C. E. Curtis, Cashier.
What line runs three through passenger
trains to St. Louis without change?
What line runs Pullman sleepers and
reclining chair cars morning and night to
The Frisco is the only line.
What line has the fast train toSt. Louis?
The Frisco, whose flyer leaves Wichita
at 2.25 p. m. daily, arriving in St. Louis at
7:30 the following morning.
Does this fast tr.iin connect with other
trains from St. Louis?
Why, certainly, with all east bound
trains in St. Louis union depot. d50-tf
Kansas City and Chicago leaves Wichita
8:10 a. m., arrives at Kansas City 3 o'clock
p. m., Chicago next morning at 8 o'clock.
Colorado express leaves Wichita at 5:35
p. in., arriviug at Pueblo for breakfast and
Denver for dinner. Chair cars and Pull
man sleeping cars through to Denver, via
the Missouri Pacific railway. 107 tf
Three Through Trains.
Two night, one morning, Kansas City to
Chicago. The Santa Fe route. 43-tf
Notwithstanding statements to the con
trary, the Frisco line is two hours the
quickest to St. Louis. Try it. 50 tf
Take the Frisco fher to St. Louis and
the east. It leaves Wichita at 2:25 p. m.
Excursions via the Santa Fc Rente.
Semi-annual meeting of Kansas Traders'
association at Concordia. Kas., Nov. 22,
one and one-third fare on certificate plan.
Denver, Colo., Nov. II to 22, the general
assembly of the Knights of Labor, one and
one-third fare on ceitificate plan. Ottawa,
Kan., Nov. 27 to 20, Southeastern Teachers'
association, one and one-third fare on cer
tificate plan. W. D, Mukdokjc,
d 151 tf D. P. A., Wichita.
This office is prepared to furnish all the
blanks which are used in connection with
proving up homesteads in Oklahoma. We
use Coop's blanks, which are the only
blanks printed that have been approved by
the land commissioner at Washington.
We have for sale at this office a sectional
map of what is known as the Cherokee
outlet, together with a map of Indian ter
ritory, Oklahoma and all the Indian reser
vation 3227, on paper $1.50, printed on
cloth $2.50. 120-tf
Look before vou leap. Take the Frisco
Flyer to St. Louis. dll3-tf
"Where Rolls theOrogon."
California, Washington and Oregon are
having a "boom" on solhi basis this year.
The country is fast filling up with farmers.
Business is lively in all branches. If you
happen to be one of the many who are
thinking of taking a trip to the Pacific
coast, for pleasure or business, write to G.
T. Nicholson, G. P. and T. A., A. T. & S.
F. R. R., Topeka, Kan., for Pacific coast
literature; or apply to local agent SantaFe
route, 122 North Main street, or Union pas
senger station, corner Douglas and Fifth,
and learn all particulars about personally
conducted parties. 139 tf
Old papers for f ale at this office 25 cen
per hundraL 23tf
Annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Citizens' bank, Wichita, Kan., will
bo held at their banking room on Jan. 6,
1S91. at 3 o'clock p. m. JOHN C. Derst,
Note tho importance of ThH.
The Missouri Pacific railway is the only
line running three daily trams between
Wichita and Kansas City and Wichita and
St. Louis. Moraine train leaves Wichita
at 8:10 a. m., arriving at Kansas City same I
afternoon, Chicago next morning at 8 '
express leaves Wichita at 120 o'clock p. m.
with through Pullman sleeper and chair
car Wichita to St. Louis without change.
Night express leaves Wichita at 9.45 with
sleeper and chair car through to Kansas
City and St. Louis. This train also con
nects at Yates Center with the through
express for Little Rock, Ark., and Mem
phis, Tenn., via Fort Smith, Ark. If you
are going east, west, north or south, re
member you will save time and money by
going via the Missouri Pacific railway. It
is the short line to all points east and west,
St. Louis and Pueblo and Denver. For
information, Pullman reservations and
tickets to all parts of the globe, call at the
city ticket office, 120 North Main street, or
depot corner Second and Wichita streets.
E. E. Bleckley.
9G tf Passenger and Ticket Age
Take the Frisco Flyer at 2.-25 p. m. to St.
Louis fair, it is the fastest train in and out
of this country as the time will show.
California and the North-WMt.
If you are going to California, Oregon.
Washington or any point in the north
west, be sure to leave your name with the
ticket agent of the Misouri Pacific rail
way who will book you for tne regular
weekly excursion via. the Missouri Pacific
railway and Denver and Rio Grande rail
war through the Grand canon of Colorado
and Salt Lake city. The Mis.ouri Pacific
railway will run weekly excursions to Cal
ifornia and the north-west, leaving Wich
ita every Sunday evening at 5 Jj. These
excursions are all taken charge of by regu
lar excursion agents who run through to
the Pacific coast, looking after the wants
of aeach nd every paencer. The Denver
and Rio Grande railway is now a broad
guage road and the Pullman tourist cars
run through without change. Remember
tne road antLthe time. Low fare and the
best accommodations that can be given.
For further information call on oraddress,
E. E. Blecklet,
P & T. A. Mo Pac R'v .
dl tf 13J N. Main St.
ACTlce to Mousert
Mrs. Win.low'! Soothing Syrup boold
always lj ud for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gum, alleys
alijMfM, cares wind colic, aad i the b,t
rcMoly foe dferrbaM- Twenty -veeow. a
bott!e. "Used bv miHioss of mtArfe
v dti tl wo tf
Talmefi Foster's Stocks
Pick Out Your
For your Husband, Wife, Mother,
Father, Brother, Sister, Cous
in, Sweetheart or
Finest line of Boyal "Worcester
Dresden, Bisques, Plaques,Lamps
Dinner Setts, Silverware, Glass
ware, Chinaware, Dolls, and any
thing you may want
Fifty Cents on the Dollar. Every
thing must go under this
Hallowell, Hume & Gordon,
Attorneys for Mortgagees.
E.J. Foster's Stand
219 East Douglas Ave.
Truly a Modern Inoyatlon.
The Santa Fe's Chicago vestibuled ex
press, which leaves Wichita at 10 a. m. ar
rives at Kansas City at 9 p. m.; Chicago
next morning 8:50. No change of any
class from Newton. Free reclining library
chair cars, vestibuled coaches, Pullman
palace sleeping and dining cars. dl2tf
Deeds, Mortgages, etc, (Nebraska form
for Oklahoma, for sale at this office.
Aderss the WichitaEAGLE, Wichita Kan,
Ixjtt Railroad Rates for the Holidays.
The Missouri Pacific railway greets all
its friends with a wish for the merriest
Christmas and the happiest New Year,
and takes pleasure in ottering greatly re
duced round trip rates to enable them to
visio their friends at any point on this
road, not over 200 miles distance. Tickets
are on sale Dec. 24, 25 and 31 and Jan. 1,
good to return until Jan. 5. For tickets
and all further information, apply to your
local ticket agent. 1G tf
A Bare Chance for a First-Class
We will sell all, or a part
of our stock, and give our
good will and aid the purch
aser on line of credit as
shown by our books. "We
desire to sell, as our object is
to engage in the wholesale
hardware business in "Wich
ita at an early date. Call on
us at 110 E. Douglas Ave.,
Wichita, Kansas, or address
us at same place.
Trimble Bros. & Threlkeld
d 154 lmo
We are not Going Ont of Business.
But will Close Out Cloaks, Bonnets,
Astracan and Dress Lining
at Half Price.
Trimmed andnntriHmed hats will be eold at 1ms
than thirty tents on the dollar. Flno yarns, such
as Fleur de Lees, Utopia, Gfcrmantown, .Shetland
Wool and Flos. Herlln Zephyrs, bt-t imported;
Senora and Standard Saxomy. lea Wool, Fairy
Zephyrs and Floss, and all kinds of fancy (roods
materials on hand at reasonable prices, at 133 North
MRS. 31. E. KLENTZ.
$2 TO $3 PER DAY.
J. R. HOLLIDA Y
All Goods Warranted.
!21 E Douglas
Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 Per Dy.
M. Stewart, Owner and Prop.
J. E. Koher, Cleric
Our Annual Display 'Opening
Takes Place this week. Come and Inspect
Below we give you a fac simile of Coupon fournished. with every 50c purchase
GUESS AT THE BEASTS IN THE JARS.
Erery 50 cent purchase entitles you to a guess, every $1.00 purchaso entitles
you to two guedCd on so on.
1ST PRIRE Handsome Double Eeed
and Double Cooper Organ. Valued at
2ND PRIZE Handsome Bed Room Suit
16th Century Fiuish. Valued at Sixty
3RD PRIZE Siuger Sewing Machine.
latest improvements, 5 draws. Valued
at Sixty Dollars.
4TH PRIZE Gents Gold Watch. Valu
ed at Fifty Dollars.
5TH PRIZE Ladies Gold Watch, with
Diamond in Center. Valued at Fifty
6TH PRIZE A Very Fine Side Board,
16th Century Finish. Valued at Forty
P. S. Write plainly your name and especially your giiess. Return this
ticket to the office of the Boston Store, where it will bo filed until Dec. 81,
1890, when a committee will be appointed to count the beans, and then tho
winners will he announced. BOSTON STORE.
A chance to buy your Holiday Goods and getone or the abovo Prizes.
BOSTON : STORE.
Our unloading Slaughter Sale on Suite. Overcoats
and Furnishing Goods will be continued as advertised in
last Sunday's Eagle.
226 and 228, CORNER LAWRENCE AND DOUGLAS AVE8.
Three Thousand Dollars' f$3,000) worth of Holiday Goods to b closed out
before January 1. As wo move, we will cut the prollt square off. and jflve all
a chance to buy their presents at cost. Our stock, is laru and complete, con
Pine Dolls, Toys, Plusli Goods,
CHINA and GLASSWARE, LAMPS, etc.. which must be sold beforo Janunry
1, to save moving. To do that we will sell at prices that w Ul more the tfoodn;
so that all who come will tret more for their money than tilscwhrre. 'n
guarantee to sell so you will no away satisfied that you have saved money by
going to 18-lSt
Palmer's Toy Store, 258 N. Main, Cor. 2d, for Your Presents-
DRS. TERRILL & PURDY.
158 N Main, Corner First St.
DISLA-NCS OK WOMI-N Dr Trrrlli haa mA
d a of women a r'UX fer thiPrt twenty
Trarand Ulm to state tliat be bsfl ail tklsU ls
ctrumenu bAtK-rles. tie trodr. 'ir1 for tlw tr -e?4ful
treatment, intludlne fibroid MHor dl
plj'emenu. efilarKemenf prolapiro. nk-f .
feticorriiAra, ait.'- f the orarlr. paleui. trrrtm
lar or profu &, r.ton etc lr Terrlli b re
cently jnl jTerai tnoetb In the ire boaptuU.
of tbe eafct In tlie p il io5r cf elertrtr)j zA 1
the only ptrp.r'ao is the enU)ie tLoroes&ly
familiar with it nrtecllSr prM jtioo
."shKVOl s IU-r A.KS- Ur Temll wlpte to
call tte altenttoD of tbov; nmStrlSK from Dervfia
Ueaes. parJys . riTTon prostration, etc.. to tb
wonderful caratfire effect la I iertTeI frwsi le
Uidty when x rnnfiJ'r applied and. 6vlt,to
tle that t mal.es tlie applleatQ of eJettrtelty la
cerrons dte-) !- al fUir of fcai ptutAk..
The doctor fca the Sset lift y cell rtumorvl earUo
battery eT" "n wr appla&
t.pertally adopted to tt trt!Ttei of . isaBocu!
or femlBl weke. wfat, h h quickly aad p-naai-tntly
cure by th aw of etectncit r
CATAKKll-iTrrrcae ef ralarra 1 esrxU If
properly trea.(d. Ik. 1rrUl s llaiSey se
hKIN UlKAHr&ota ki4 csrtd wtj cU,tn
FI1.KS. K1"TCJ,a rMl ,D dtwu-i ccrM.
No knife so pain. A cmr rbara&u4-
IJ.KTIIKAi. KTHllll Hh. QtUcklr ant per
xraneaUy carxl by eiectroiytta. NocattMC apJ&.
so mosey uulll rarti.
(HKOMl lljK.KKN-Broe.bftK atfcns.r-y
ferer all throx atd laz trmtiK dynv '
nw. of th bowel, Leart t& Uer rbevtaaUnn.
dr&per. brlcbt d 5-eae, UxCirr kvi&ey ahd tt
arr dw bl&xJ poison a4 prtrate dlxi't.
Jyiim.lh - Thai draad tflow of macktbd
olcklya&d permanently crtd by tfc trert.
znent without U potenx d roc of dayaeMJefcy
Xedldza Mrst oaUpru f ite ew&ntry. Cofc.ai-
&cna lot (,tMUoat.
400 EAST DOUGLAS AVE.
In addition to-a toll and raoit complete
stock of drugs jou can now flnj an
ileantaAtortnifcnt of Holiday "ov!.
tie., corapriins' an rmdles variety of
iful and I:AiU)fiil articles too num.
erons to clarlry.
Jrricue th suoat xeAoubI.
Tl'rl PRIZE Silver Service, comprising
live pieies. Valued at Thirty-five
8TH PRIZE An Artistic Dinner Sett
comprising 110 pieces. Valued at
9TH PRIZE Ladies Writing Desk, oxi
dized trimmings, handomelv carved.
Valued at Thirtu Dollars.'
10TH PRIZE Silver Tilting Pitcher with
jum -L.im.ti uuuitiu a.ueu at x ei-
11TH PRIZE Fine Plush Clock, metal
trimmed. Valued at Twenty Dollars
12TH PRIZE Beautiful Chamber Set,
comprising 12 pieces. Valued at jf-7-
of the Season.
M.ROKON OCI f.lT All ALUtHT-Oi
tp.lal altefiOen to A ft Ike eye. llMttidl&f
tMlectiaV tB.it; Uun tocorrvrt ta
i Alt KAt r rMMtwi 4 lrbt retored to many
who bare UM.r bo (axai.y M fid.
I KOstf fjt airai(tud la maay caaeo wilt,
OKAM 1.ATKU I.IIr.adallforBJiOf wftrM
qttckly cured. Ar tu jt af1ed.
JUKAM,J" A T-oa-jraaipUyTrt
OIArlH- Ooiy K.V wfc taeb tvoUJ lru
In rMM aPnet - C - 7 dots
rax; ret mar- barta' tbaa t f e of
Brrvami trrit ''.y aiiraala, baailaota. rr
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eyabalt. fibttt. m ttbi,lt V y
wt;ir6ltet r tul wka radla-, IX
eTeyyiMfif wlirof tram -wt aUeeaptina'
oaxtbeeTMfoCa 7 art ,lfc H ante
faoltlciJ&worjrae of wfrSck ct b rtUr4 by
ti,- cop lu(.w of ftvtft JPee. A tr ta
Ui.pwnuat Ir tit- t4 cimaot e aa wl' aa tbetr
frtrnd arn y aaoe, aJwaya wr 'rwa
JtXprejos wt.J M ow(ncaoa a4 diWa-a-itr
rmifju j a lon-iX vtAi. OiXrn ertnp.i of
pain laiof ajr of .iff bl with trrsuteoa of eyw.
prcla.iy by a." Be, .ft AilriUUfiUt.
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