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THE tXCELCNCE OF SYRi T OF ROS
is duo not ouly to tho t riinnlit y and
fcimlu itv f llie tKiiiltiiiiif i.m. l.nt also
to the care uiul skill witli whi. h it is
manufactured liy scL-ntilit' (mfc-csses
known to the California Titi Svktp
' - only, and we wi; h to imtvhs upon
all the fmnnrt.inct tif pimliaMti the
true nml ori;riii;il rmily. As the
ponuine Syrup of Fi is n:a"uufai-turej
by Uie C'ALiPoitNiA l-'iti Svr.iT Co.
unly. a knmvlttlfro thrtt fret will
o4st one in aroiain- the worthless
imitations nianufaetiir. il liy other par
tie. The hilt M.iiulinjr 'f the Cam
ronsiA Flo SiKi r '. with llie medi
cal profession. ad the sal isfaction
tfcich the p-uiuno Nvrupof l'i has
pirea to .jillim; t.f families, luuUca
the name of the Co:-,p:.ny a fiiaraiity
of the exevilonif -f it:, remedy. It is
far in advnr.ee of all oilier laxatives,
s it icU on the Kidneys, livir and
bowels without irritating; or weaken
ing them, an.l it tines, not prijv nor
tiaaseate. In order to pet its Item fil ial
a-deeta, please reuK-inU-r the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
aa KBA.M1M-. t al.
latrnmiXE. K. E7 TORK.M.T.
Maine Steel Souvenirs.
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i J Icum-I Mt. ttavlrh . ti.tir.w. v jr tttl and
l r-liW. I I :!. I i iro'.t -i.J a..--!.
( 1 U. I tsl .11.1.. St. toss.
tuMta toruht A.t t', v
LINCOLN WON SUCCESS.
.. i . Ml war rr ( C IIU Karl
Vie lories at (he Bar la
A salt itu brought la the t'ulteil
State court in Spring liritl, apainst a
?ittzrn, for an lnfrii.pt nu ot f a patent
rip I. tatt Thomas Lewis" Itt-eullee-tiona
of l.intoln in l.es!ie's Meekly.
Mr. Lincoln was employed to defend it
Mr. Lincoln wren! to the nut t-Willful
architect ia the city, inquired how he
peat hit winter cveuin-v ui.d received
tar reply: "If timet are liritk I mime
nimrt work; other timet I hare no
special butinett. Mr. Lincoln taid:
"1 bate- a pate nt-rirlit r se in court;
I waot you at a parturr, mid will divide
feet. I know nothing aiutul mechan
ic never made it a ttt:dy. I want you
10 make l:t of the hett notkton
necbaciraa, at I don't uppor they can
tte purchatrd here. 1 will furnitb the
Dtoery, and you can tend to Chicago
or New York for tbrin. I n-at.t you
to com to my home one nihl raeb
week aad fire lue luciruelion." In a
frhort lime he bad witcettet to meet
biin, and they were thoroughly drilled.
When the trial commenced Mr. Lincoln
put bit qiieftiont at the erokt-examina-
so f. '" illy that many a it -t
. ei ' 1:4 d to reply. When
I - altnette' Jt on the ktand.
'tOtir'il (Oil -tH': tl:atthe
.! the bar all orieied
Abe" Lfneola knew to murh
about meehaclsio. Hit itnefet could
reply promptly. lie gait-ed the tuil
ad a reputation nieo that Mr. Lin
cols retained In every patent-right
rate brought into the court up bo the
time he waa tent to Wavliinjrton. lie
mi to Chicago. St. Louit, Iowa, Ohio.
K ' .ucky and Michigan to try patent-
irh catet, and tb last year of bit
piatMc did little cite.
EOW BALLOONS ARE HADE.
Tb rakrU f V kirb Tber Aret aaa.
aae4 I Pat Taasetkrr wtta
, Creat Care.
' Ttt balloons arc manufactured of
t-oldbetter't tkln, which, though tnitll
toy ones had been made of it, could not
he produced ia sufficient qtitntitiet for
tte large balloout until Col. Templer
Intrcted and perfected the proeett,
which It briefly at follow, tay 1 1 be Tall
The goldbeater'a akin is made up of
UaBtities of a certtla thin animal
tneyibraa (lo.nou of these are required
for a ballooa of 10.0T0 cubic feel capac
ity), which it first freed from all fatty
substances and then soaked ia a solu
tion of glycerin and water. They are
I hi a applied to boards cut la the form
and lo the size of the gore of the bal
loon required; others are thea super
potcd. natll a thickness of four layers
baa been reached, great care being
taken that no air bubbles remain be-
the ekius. After this fourth
tsyer a method of strengthening is re
ported to, la the shape of a net mann-
ftrtared of skin. After this net two or
three more layers of mrmhranesare ap
plied. The w hole is then allowed to dry.
aad a solution of boiled linseed oil is
vised ss a vaxauHii .The fabric is then
ii-e!?boluble, and tTTJ membranes
nnol by any pottible meant be sep-
raieo from one anotner, out aome-
iates. to render this bomogenity tb
inn nrfMt a anliitinn f f l ! r-V m mat.
f pot at. h ia sponged over the fabric.
TIMING A RAILWAY TRAIN.
There trt S..rwl War mt Aaaar-
ialala bo tea4 It I
Kot one person is a hundred baa any
Idea of the speed of a train, and even
a large percentage of the regular train-
wen cannot tell with any degree of
accuracy. Erjfiueera un Iheir drir
Ing wheel as a gnuje. They know its
circumference, and by conn ting its rer
olntion within a certain time eaa tell
very accurately the speed at which they
A favorite method of timing among
pasevgert Is to count the telegraph
pole. As a rule these poles are rjant-
ed JO to the mile, bat In prairie coun
tries, where only a single wire is used
the number diminishes to S, so that
role will not always work. The most
accurate method, and tb one moat ia
aaa by experienced railroad men, ia to
count the nnmber of rail Joints th
train passe over In to second. Th
rails oa nearly all roods art M fsetla
length, aad the aaaobcr passed over la
10 second Is the speed per bour a
traia ia running.
For instance. If a passenger eaa count
10 cllrkt on a rail Joint tn so aeeonoa.
ti e train is running at a speed of SO
tnile an Lour. Actually, this method
falls a little rhort. as in the example
giiea above the tpeed would be nearer
II thaa 30 miles, but It It near enough
Uit ail praUoai purpoo.
.e &ee ece ee rex e-e e e-e
SHORT WEIGHT CHARGED.
mtlall t llrl AcalMvt Tla--o ltuerot
4lw'a-.l-ir. Ky.. Ii tV. KmiIhII
Aa tntM.tlstlm flrlerrl.
iN-noito. Ky., rVK -There is a
Mn at ion among lttcal ttlae"0 dealer-.
oer iiarjreii preferred by ti. V. Ken
dall, a farmer, against V. 11 ltiik. one
of I he lieaey buyer and a promiiu nt
nieiiil'er of the t iwenslro Tobatvo a
M,ial:oii. Kendall charge that he
deli vi r il n lot of hi'.'sat ItirU'i. factory,
uliii 'ixw .e reported a weiyliinjf 1!HI
pound. Ilr s liatistied anil took
it to ilu American company' factory.
fthrri1 ' wi'iilicd 'Vto niiinil.
lie made atlidavit before the associa
tion, nn.l .1. 'I'. Knlcliufil. liHal 111.111
a:rcr of the American Tolae-o t'u..
moved that I'.iil. Im- exH'lled. .1. M.
Va'.ie". 11. T. X. Krench and J. Hunter
liell were appointtsl a committee to
111:1 1. . full inveMiation of the cliaiye
ami ii'trt by next Saturday.
ANOTHi R ; LI PER DEAD.
Taat htl.ln-a A HI I. 1. I llatr Itirtl VVIlliln
Tan Meek Ta Olht r Are .ril
avliii . rilng V wrc.
tt IM I AMMOW N, Ky.. I'eli. ?t. The
child of Hud lirook. one of the alleged
leprosy viclim. near t onlova. i dead.
Tlii - in.ikcs lo of the victims of the
di-'nsc who have ilicd w thill tin past
two week. The other two children
ifl'.iclcd arc (Trailnally jrnvvinj; wors
and will die short 1 v. it is feared.
The tno children who died had
been MilTd-cr for several years, and
the diease had jrrailnallv eaten into
tin vit.il irjrans. causinij iheir death.
nviai-y of the Mate !'.o.ird if Health
.1. N. Mi ormic'K will shortly visit
lii.int county to tind out if the di-ease
realty is leprtsy.
Kcularky I rstoa la lla Mmlered Oat.
l.nllsvlIl K Ky.. Feb. Vt. - Krif.
ton. .Kihn It. Ca-tle11-.an hat becu
honorably di- haiifcti from the volun
teer service with the Kiother brigadier
and m:tjor e;eneral who were jrireu
their p ipcrs. tlcii. i'asilemMti had al
rcailv scven-d his eitiinettioii with the
1st Kentucky as tiliu-l connlanl.ne,.
He Icid Ihicu with the lcffiiMi '.'I year.
The 1st Kcntin-ky. or legion, as it wa
U 11.. m 11 lien in the stale puard, will
al-o l-e mustered out f service in a
few day, and will cease to hare exist
ence eilher as a Mat or national bodr.
fiHiana t.rowen Mrrt,
I.tAINOToN. Feb. SX The State
League of Tobacco Grower met here
Tucnday afternoon and transacted im
portant lupines, but as the meeting
was Min t no particulars will lie gireu
out. hccietary List resigned because
be has to leave the state. His succes
sor will lie elected by the board of tli-
r-tors. No action was takeu regard
ing the refusal of the Louisville ware
housemen to grant concessions.
rrarvrt for Kipllag.
Lurivii.i r, Ky., FcU iT. At the
regular t-rvices Su-nlay nilit of the
l.ioMilvvay liapiist eliureli. one of tht
largest churchek in lamisville. the pas
. !! v. Tarter Helm Jones, asked al
the loi.gregalion to join him in a pray
er for the recovery of Dudyanl Kip
ling. Immediately following the pray
er Kipling's "Kecetsional was sung as
Clrt far Kcwtwray t'alveraitjr.
I.r.XINOTox, Ky., Feb. 27. Robert
Breckinridge Ilalligan. a Chicago mil
lionaire, baa w ritlen to the authoi ities
of Kentucky uuiversity, this city, of
fering to give that institution H00.003
if it will perpetuate his nine in some
way. lie is a former Lexington boy
who attended the nuirersity. He
went lo Chicago and made a fortune
Heath at Graa rkaaertlae Aar.
Hr.xoKRsox. Ky., Feb. 27. Dr. It. 1
Ajrnrw, a prominent physician and
grand chancellor of the Knights of
I'ythiat of Kentucky, died early Sun
day morning at bree, of meningitis.
No deaths or new cases w ere reported
in the county Sunday. .
t oatraet t Reasadet.
Fba XhFtiRT, Ky., Feb. 25. The con
tract to rebuild the receutlj burned
governor's mansion was let Thursday
y the insurance companies, who hare
agreed to replace the house instead of
paying .,aoo, the full amount of the
Kra tacky Postmaster.
Waxuinctoic, FeK 25. Following
postmasters for Kentucky appointed
Thursday: llarrleland. Franklin
county, I V. Chism: Montrose, Fayette
count-, I. F. ISronaugh; V'augn, Laurel
county, Joseph W. Gregory; U adesboro.
Calloway county, J. D. Wilson.
Xat Kla MrMaaaaea.
LEvrsoToa, Ky., Feb. 25. A photo
graph of the man arrested in Kankakee
arrived here at noon Friday, being ad
dressed to Mayor SimralL It does not
resemble "King" MeNamara in the
slightest. Altogether a different man.
Old Age mm4 Vaalh Marry.
MirtDi.KsBOKO, Ky., Feb. 24. J. Har
vey Young, aged 80, a veteran of the
Mexican war. and Miss Ilattie Shepard,
aged 15, were married at Rogeraville,
Tenu., Wednesday morning. The
couple live in the mountains.
Attack by (rows.
II r-Aovt'ABTFKX. Ky., Feb. 28. Geo.
Aldrich, of Toole, started to drive
flock of crows f rem his wheatfield.
The birds attacked him, pecking out
his eyes and his body was badly lacer
Pasvim.ic, Ky., Feb. 24. The resi
dence ol James . 11. Kobinson, near
Mitchellkburg burned Thursday. The
family waa asleep when the alarm was
given and escaped in their night
clothes. Loss, $3,800: insurance, ti.000.
May Kan foe Governor.
. FaAsaroBT, Ky., Feb. 24. It is ru
mored hero that Dr. Godfrey Hunter,
minister to Honduras and Guatemala,
will be the republican nominee for
governor. It it said that Hunter's re
turn at this time meana a death blow
to the republican peace conference
scheduled for the near future.
Heapotaktekb, Ky., Feb. 83. Hen
. . 1 . 1 1 .
ley aiaaox, agea va, was louna ueaa in
bis bed. A young man slept with the
corpse au mgau
ee t e e eewtfrctc cc-cec-c e r-
WOMEN ARE AROUSED.
t'ul.lir Merlin llrlil Al l-evliitna tin the
MiAsmnra Munlcrt sue Ilrail
! A-keil la In. rrasr Kewaril.
l.tMMiniv, Ky., Feb. A ma-s-ineelin'
of cilicns, in resHnse lo a
call from women of l ine;lon. was
held at Merrick liMlpe rmnii Tuesday
afternoon The imincns? hill was
ei ow iled to mi His at ion. The object of
the lucetinirwa to isisc a rcw urd in
nilditioii to I he S unt ottered brliov.
liradhr, for the captute of John II.
Kiiii't MeNamara, fugitive muriU rer of
Jacob s. KcMcr. cashier of llie C, X. O.
A T. P. railw ay.
The hoii-e was crowded to the doors
and as many went away unable to ob
tain stun. line- room ,i were pi event.
T. T. ioreinan was nunle cliairmaii
and Miss Margaret Tluiriiton s cre-
taiy. SiH'cches were made bv lcadiiii'
lis anl res4ilutioiis were adopted
Ingtiov. I'.radUy lo increase the re-
for MeNamara to f.MMi. About
wa raised in car It cont ribut ions
lay afternoon ami more will Ih
cicd Wi'diiestlay. A ilctcctive will
iniiloycd to run ilow 11 and capt 111-c
.itiKiia. Tin- state has alrcailv of-
d f am rew ard.
PAY FOR A KISS.
llerUlon of tin- Krntnek t'mirt f Aial
- Mr. :oinie t'rrll taarili il ; IIdoi.
B. Ac.liist Mm. 4:. KaRiatule.
I i:vNKiot:r. Ky.. FeK :.-The Ken
tucky court of apH-als set a prece
dent n gainst "llobsoni.in in tlii
state by rendering a decision Fri
day anii-miii; llie jinlcmcnt of the
rigjr county district court co:npcl-
linjr William K. I!a-silalc to pay Mrs.
Nannie Krll, a young married woiiihii.
fiOO for a kiss. Mrs. K.cll claimed
tliat the kiss was foreit.ly taken
l..irs.lalc Oenied forcibly extracting
the kiss but the Trigg county jury
took her word for it and assessed Is no
iamages to which tin-appellate court
in it judgement l i iii.iy has added a 10
per rent, penalty, making the exa -t
cost of the kiss to Kagsdale (770, lic-
side court costs and law vers' fee in
two former trials of the ease.
Steward for MrNauiira KaUcd.
LEXINGTON. Ky.. Feb. -.'i;. --Gov. ISruI-
ley hat raised the re-ard for John II.
MeNamara to limit SVt') and eiti.ens
have raised ftl.noo besides to gives his
eap'.or. Telegrams jusf received from
Cpt. Wilkersnn. of bn-al police forv.
rho went to Kankakee, makes assur
ance doubly sure that the man und'-r
arrest is not MeNamara.
X eniorlal Krrk b-e
Wixiiiksikb. Ky.. Feb. 20.-In tin1
ehtpcl of Kentucky Wcslcyau ollege.
iv mctii sler. I 1 ulac. an impressive
unemor al service "wa belli In memory
of the late Rev. Thomas. I. Do.lil. A.M.,
D.I')., of Covington, Ky., and president
f Kentucky Wcslcyau college from
U75 to 17S.
Daath of a teteraa Krtln- Maa.
LrxiMtroN. Ky.. Feb :. Cid. Wm.
J. Owings aged 72, died Friday of
para'y-J. in the "good old days" he
w as c '.cyjawBV uioat .. idc.y known
tportingAnen in the south, being the
nroprieto of one of the swcllest cstals-
listimenls That uas marked .the sport
ing hibtoiy of Kciitncky.
t anla to tv iM-akrr.
Fraxakokt, Ky.. FeK 27. Hon.
South Trimble, the democratic nom
inee for the legislature in this county.
has decided to make the race for speak
er of the house against Hon. Morgan
Chinn, of Mersyr. and will make, an
active canvass for the place as soon as
candidates for the legislature are nom
inated in other con tit ie.
Cscapco t orough the Roof.
Sojfriisr.T, Ky.. Feb. 27. Ansel
Yaught, Hen Huflcckcr and Iten Her
ron escaped from the I'ulaski county
jail by cutting a hole through the roof.
I'p to this time they hare noi been
captured. Vaught was charged with
larceny, the others with lesser of
fenses. Loral Option I'elllloa.
Mi siF(iiit)Vlt 1 K, Ky., FeK 97. - A
petition lias been lodged with the
county judge asking him to order an
election to take place in voting pre
cinct No. 142, on April 12. to take the
tense of the legal voters of that pre
cinct as to whether or not spirituous
liquor shall be sold therein.
I.fxinotox, Ky., FeK Sr. The Tarr
distillery was publicly told by the iv
signees to Ionard G. Cox, of this city,
for S'iO.OOt. It is understood that Mr.
Cox represented the Kentucky whisky
combine, at the head of which is Diss.
As Alleged Btooasliloer.
Wfst Libkhi v, Ky., FeK 24. Dep
uty Marshal Itlair captured Henry
Kstep lu Magoffin county and brought
him before Commissioner Fogg, who
held him under l-ond to appear nt th
federal court at Louisville on th
charge of uioonshin'uig.
To Hold Monthly Frsstooa.
Cr.KKSfl', Ky., Feb. Si The lireruiip
quarterly court was in session three
days this term. Judge Dennett issued
an order to hold monthly sessions after
Fought la a Court room.
LosnoK, Ky., FeK 24. J. D. Smith
and J. A. Craft, attorneys, while trying
a case Thursday had an argument. A
fight followed. They ptimmclcd each
other all over the courtroom. Craft's
nose was badly injured. No serious
Made a l-'ortune.
It IRVii.l.K. Ky., Feb. 24. A letter
was received here Wednesday from
Harry I towers, formerly a druggist of
this city, saying he will soon return
from the Klondike worth 1 100. 000.
Stat Halldlags llooML
Frakkfobt, Ky., FeK 33. The state
building were closed Wednesday in
honor of the birthday of the father of
his country. Gov. Bradley was the
orator of the day at a Washington's
birthday celebration at Georgetown.
Tobacco Bayar Arraigned.
Owr.ssBORo, Ky., FeK 24, F. E.
Birk, a leading member of the tobacco
buyers' exchange, is on trial in secret
session before a committee on charges
preferred by J. C. Engelhardt, of tha
American Tobacco Co.
a e 11U a .'.
WASniMl.ToX. fry SI M ATV - TV, t mc
Itimsl MX lioiir Mntiitav alii riHi'in tl.e i-1
IiOIi-i nprnii i.iiliui lull a is urn rr i:i-'ih-i-n
in the scti.nr the mm- In Int.- ci ti-mni il Uit,i-!y
b Mr. ISutler li'i.. N. f.) un.l Mr. ivnis'ti
!-.il.-ri'i.. S. I 1 111 un anieii- im-iil pr-tv tiling
lllilt tilt- K-Sla! l-elllllllS-tlill Nlllilll.l I If-s- 111 iTH
lliml rciKiri to ruiirn-ss l- Mun-li 1. him 11
as-- dffi-utcil -.7 to IV. Ak'rri-iiirtil hi- rc-ii-tii'tl
10 vole mt tin hill uml unu in'-ui- iii ut
S ii'clis-U Tucsitay. At 2 m-.iH-k Mi.
Ituuli'V. etiiitrniuii of 1 lie inililmv ulTuirs
ciiniiiiittet-. niieil n lake iii ilu ariny ri-ir-truiuulliin
l-ill. iiintiiiiii.-u- eon i-til li.o iun
li-i'ii rrftiNii! tu l:iUc up (hi- un- sure wi.tintii
ilislilai'tiii llie iitiilni-tii it t-ii-ities llnuiiii
M'ulHlit lull. Mr. Hint le s Uloltoll rv al.i'-l.
tl lu ttuis nitikiiii! Ilu'iiruiv lull Itu- tiiillu-lti-il
liisiiii-s. 11 is iu.-11-i-ii Uml this uf.i.Hi
iIUmis, s IliiuUy of lla- uiilt-M'ulint: lull fur
tilt- ITI-st-lll si-suin.
Ilorsr-A i-ejuraie l-l'l tir. prlstiiK t'a1.
OitlOtf fer t'synii-m tu spaiu un-lrr ttirpru-visti-tii.
ut 1I11- treaty ef l'-ins mas p;.se I M- n
ila laiiter siism-iisioii ut the rule. No allielul-uii-nt
sus in uriit-r tti.U :iu sitimpl luwvuir
iluulilti is const-lit In i-nr an aini'liilnii-li'.
tli'i-Liralnt y nf our ip'Wv nul 1 iii.uii'litiv tu
smirk the lUmls a tuj.'i-u-il ti Mr
tviioeicr iK 1. 1 p in alii-si- ihuhi nl
oriit-r Hit- aiiroi Tint ti-n i-rti uiit o b-nunilrv
filii lull, in ill- Ilu- only si-Ci-Ii In oik 11 bi-stil-It
tu ttie nit-SNiire. luit umui ttit-roll t-.ill 31
nienili.-rs .n ilt-iuerruts. 2 ti-tmiists uiul I
silti-r ri-iiulilii-an 11lnl u-itiN it. Thf senalr
Ml! 11 rt-inil'iirsr- ht- ciyi-riiors of slates fur
t'X t-ll.- s ;i 11I t-y tin- vtnii-s 111 ort:iiitiii!tf vi-1-miifii-s
fer m-m we in tin-aar with s-pjiin 1
fort- tln-'r musTer lulu the service of the
rnitt-tl stales, also aus iuacit un-liT suspen
sion of rule.
W a-iiixi. row tvb - sr. rr. - Fornml
itiseus-lon of the Hiill-llauli-y urniy reoriran
tatlon lull aus ti-ifiin in the srmili- '1'ut-s-ilay
alleriio n. Mr. Il-ialcy anil Mr. Wurrrn.
(ri-ps.1. stipnorli-il ihe nii-a-uri. anil Mr. Mili'll
ril aii't Mr. 4'is-kri-ll liti-ms 1 i-iiims.-il il. abilt
Mr. I'l-oiler n-i.i uililn-seu the sell le 111 fa
vor ut some atiii-nilm'-lits ahlili lit- ha.l pr.i-
oseil to the lull. The mst tiflti-e appropria
tion lull a passtst. The eotiferenei re
fstrt on the Iriri-lailvc. e.tet-iiliie suit jtnli
i lal appruf-r alu n lull wan ui.-reeil to. 'l ite
jtuiit resiklution aitirniiiui: the set of June IX
l!S I'T uiMiiu; to ti u piov iiun that ln-ut-ver
any Ikith! or noli shall l-e st-cureil by a uiort
tra;e or itetsl of tru.t. l-ut tme sismp sh II lie
ieiiurtsl. ih:it lN-ini.' the tii.liest tale ri-quirej
foreithrr at-rMs pa.-stsl. Post ofiu-e au
proprtNlitia bill pa-sed.
Iltii sr. -Thp house reai-tieil ihii itit pape of
llie naval lull Tut-situy. aiul ailjourtitsl atih a
INiInt of ortlt-r pt-nitini; siruiiixl a provision ttx
ins tt-e i riee of uraier late sl 4.1. M-r ton.
Vhim.tiin Keb. -it srsAir Hexinnlnit
ll.uriiay. nielli session of t'outrre will tie
heltl almost uiilnlerrupteilly until tho mljourn
ment tin M.tn-h 4 It ut nissll-tc. tno. thut ron
i;tess may renisin In session en Sumlay. If il i
found tual the cxini'ticlt s of the rase ilruiaTnl
Hut einht full aorkmK ttsv noanni.ilu.rx-.
Mrs ihe forenoon t;f Satunlay. the rtjy of ait
jnurnnieut. auil anile It is iossilile to finish alt
ati.-oluirly nerilful work, tu tlo so will require
rx-Uiliou anil the Iniprovenieut of all avail
Ilouitx The houe Wtslnenlay Usteneil to
Hie reailinit of Wiisr-inuton farewell anilress.
1 wo hours were ilevoiisl to the naval apprti
anatli a bill but si-eniuiely only the thresholil
of the debate up-n tbe cost ol srnior pUtc ha
hern passed. Mr. Uouiellr's amendment mini;
tnr oiaximtim price or armor plate at
fM- iier Ion but restrirtinic the prtv
visiou tn the spt ri-priation made In the
presetii l-ill wat ruled l-j he In enter, where
upon another promu-ltnn was offend bv Mr.
Underwood t Ala. I for the erection of sn armor
plate p am by the government A lolnt of or-
ler atruln-t the latter pioposttton was fiendinir
w hen the eoiisiiU-ra:lon of the naval bill was
suspended to allow the member of the hou-
to pay tribute 10 the memory of tht late -senator
Mon ill, of Vermont.
n as-nst.Toa. r co. ri senate -liurtnff
Ihe entire senton Thunday. until Ho i lock, the
senate had under t-onsidrratiun ih river and
hurtvor bilL tiood rnvreK was made. pat;e
nat inir been nls) ostsj or. with the exception o
one aindidment. The lulls under considera
tion will be resumed r'riday at !l o'clock.
House The uavul appro) r s ion bill finally
passed the house. Tlntr-tlny aft rnoon. wfti r
four days din nicnui s tiebate. most ol
which wa spent ut on the ijm s Ion of n-hab-liuiinr
the natal sradrni at AnmipoiW in S--
ronlante with the scheme lrsuiiirate.1 by the
ptrrprtntion tf half a million In the hv
naval bl 1 and the prorosition to Increase the
maximum price to be paid for armor plate to
per ton. rxtstinr law llmliinc it to t.Oi
t'lon both propo IIIob the naval com ni life
uttered slirnal defeats. The aluendmrut to
Suuti a yn-at armor r.lant wa ruled out upon a
pomi 01 order.
W ASHINl.Tox. Feb. SKNATE Amonif
lie bin pas-eil Kr.day were tno folloain
Authorizing ihe lrKilaiive assemMv o; the
trritoryt nf New Mrxk-o loricate an additional
Indebtedness for the completion and ftirnlsh-
1ns of I'ae territorial eapitol: authorixtuy a re-
survey or certain lands In Cheyenne eouuty.
Nebraska. Consideration of the river and
harbor bill was then resumed.
Horar Af tt r a session of nearly elehl hour
Friday Ihe senate Friday eveulnar at t:9u
o clock passed ihe river and harbor bill by the
decisive vote of SO to 1. The measure w: a un
der consideration throughout the d.y and on
several of ibe comtnlt-.fe amendments a deier-
inrd Itcht was made, but in every in
stance tee opposition availed nothlmr.
1 be sharpest contest arose over tli
Mi-ammia canal bill cmentlment. A
point of order wa made SKSiust It that It was
general legislation but the senate 10 which the
vice presliirnt submitted the point overruled
it. It was then st'aekcd us i-.ot being- revelaat
to s river and harbor measure but this too.
was overruled by the senate. Mr. Pettiirrrw
(rep. K 1.. Mr. Kaolin idem. I lab), aud Mr.
Teller isil-rep. Col). vigorously at
t eked the bill. their oppoiiltlon
being direetetl especially x.ffsin-t
tha canal smendmenL During the sfternooi
Mr. Sew ell. of New Jersey, delivered a speech
in support of the Hull-Hawlcy army reorgani
zation bill. Ha eipre-sed the belief that it
would require an army of ft Out) men to control
Ihe rllipinos and that we were I kelvvrt to
Dave serious trouble ia Cuba.
w AsHlsCToit. Pro. gr.-SERATE-A'ter two
hour devoted to Ihe eoniiilrralton of bill ou
Ihe ealrndur Saturday, the senata at 1 o clock
began the consideration of the compromise
army reorg nlratiea bill which bad been
agreed U! on by tha aembers of the ni Hilary
affairs committee. The objection to
the bill l a permanent Increa-e of tiie
army bills passed: Appn-rrianr.g 'ivi.oiofor
th purchase of a 'He for the Carnegie library
In the eily of Wasbingtoa: enabling tbe city
of Albuquerque. N. M.. to create rtrtain in
debtetliiess; authorizing th construction c
three bridge across tbe Conecuh river, a nav
igable stream in Esenmbis county. Alabama.
HoraB-Tbe house eontfiu.! work on the
army appropriation bill Saturday, but failed to
complete it. Considerable animosity was de
veloped during the debate and tbera -were
sharp passages between Mr. liresvrnor and
Mr. Cannon on one tatnd and Mrssrv. Simpson
(Kan.) and Cochran 4 Ma) oa Ibe other.
KIpltiiR-'s Coadltlon ritlraL
Nk.w York, FeK 27. At 3:30 o'clock
Monday morning the following bulletin
was posted: "Mr. Kipling still remain;
in a very critical condition.
K. (!. Jaxkway, M. I).,
"TllKOIHVKK Dl'XIIASI, M. D.
Declined to Dlsraas the Matter.
Manila, FcK 27. A dm. Ilcwcy,
when asked by a correspondent to give
his reasons for requesting Washington
to send the battle ship Oregon to Ma
nilla, tirmly declined to discuss the
Reported Illness of the C'sar.
I.oMKix, FeK 27. The Daily Chron-
cle's correspondent at Stockholm says
-t i rumored there that Kmpcror
Nicholas is ill and that the Imperial
Grand Duke Michael ia presiding over
Claws Hpreefcles' Mwslc Nlaod.
San Fra.N(co. FeK ST.-The com
missioners of the Golden Gate park
have accepted n offer by t la'is
Spreckles to eteel a marble or nrr.nite
music stand ;o cost not less than ?o0,-
iov Koosevelt Calls oa MrfcUnley.
Washington, FeK 37. Gov. Roose
velt, of New York, is in the city the
guest of Senator Lodge. He paid his
respects to the president Saturday and
expects to return to New York Sunday
night. He says that he has not been
asked to appear before the court of in
quiry investigating Gen. Miles' beet
M. Emil Welti, the distinguished
Swiss statesman, who was six timet
elected president of -the Swiss confed
eration, died Friday in his 74th year.
Every cough makes
your throat more raw
and irritable. Every
cough congests the lining
mcmhrane of your lungs.
Ceasetcarlng your throat
and lungs in this way.
Put the parts at rest and
give them a chance to
heal. You will need some
help to do this, and you
will find it ia
From the first dose the
quiet and rest begin: the
tickling in the throat
ceases; the spasm weak
ens; the cough disap
pears. Do not wait for
pneumonia and con
sumption but cut short
your cold without delay.
Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral Plaster should be
overthe lungs of every per
son troubled with a cough.
Write lo the Doctor.
r na.nsl opportunities snit ex
ptirtenrs ennui-Tilly tiualify un for
fivuit you nitlli-id slvti'. Write
resly all the purtirulsr. In y.ittr m.
Ttill tin wlmt ymir eipfrlenca hs
two with our t'hurry I-oetorst. oa
will rts-elra a proniiit raply. without
Aonreu. on. v- Avr.n.
CURED WITHOUT MEDICINE.
Th Man with Hheaniallsat Cosaei
la Contact milk Ihe llold
I p Man.
'Yes." said the man in the macintosh.
lighting another cigar, "it was one of the
t remarkable cases 1 ever knew. Kheti.
mat Kin i years lsth shoulders hail to he
fed like a little child. Arum had hung help
less ever ninte I knew linn no use ui thiln
"And he wa cured without medicine ?'
asked the niau who had bit tout on tbe
"Or liniments?" inquired tbe man with
the clout h hat.
'And recovered llie tte of hit arms in one
moment: observed the man with Ihe gog
I've heard of aut-h thine," remarked the
man in the invernrs. "It wat under cir-
L'uinit. oki'h of strong mental excitement.
wasn I it :
"I lliotmht so. lie was induced tahflieve
he could he cured if only he made the elfort,
I suppose so. Something or other of that
"I'licn there a nothine stranse about it.
The history of medic.il practice ia full of
Mit.h cases. It was onlv au instance of what
tin y call laith cure."
'-t." s.ltil the mnn in the niaciutosS. re-
fleetiVi'tt, "yiiu could hardly call it that.
The care w.-i effected bt a man with a re
volver, w ho met him on a lonely road and
' 'Hold un vour hands' And he held
them up."-Chicago Journal.
' Den t Use cannon to kill chipping birds.
OUan (X Y. Time.
St. Jacobs Oil cures Rheumatism. St. Ja
cobs Oil cures Neuralgia.
rixciKsaTt Feh- !?
Si iei-i I'Uichers.
so ; 11
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t t 7i,
tl I II
f'ALVI-.Si i-ulr tnriioil light...
I11.K.S Coarse and heavy
Kl.l H It W inter fulnity
LvMII Hi . a. i i hi
ii R Al X W heat--Xe.'.' ri d. new
I omNo S muni
Ky.- No. S
HAY- Prune lu choice
I'KOVISIoN Mess p. Ik
ill'TT Ki: t hoiee iluiry
Prune tot'titucc crennirry ..
AIPI.KS--I'hniee to Inner....
I'OTA'IOKS- I'cr hu
t I. If AliO
Kf.tl"lt W :n e ii:ilnl
UliAIN - Wheal - No i ted. ..
No. 3 t'tiicaKti spiiug
rriKN- n.s s.
OATs.- Nil J ..I.
FI-OfK Wiii-t r patent
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1'OKK New Mrs
H M. l IIMIIK
feoulhrrn - - V beat
tern Mixru ...
Outs So, : white
I; e Sn 2 We-tern.
UliAIN Wheal - N 1. i
t orn - No. !! nnxcil
Oats- Nu H mixed
FLtifll Winter patent
OKAIN'-Wliral-No. li led.. .
lorn Mixed. ....
O-i la Mixed
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UII1T Al. .niTlK IS.
Alaliastlnp in Ihe original ami only dur
Klile wall tonttntt on the market. It t
entirely difffen-iit fmm all kalmlrt
(rfparatioiiH. Aluhantino 1m made radv
for iMe In white or twelve t-eautifut
tint y fho atl.iition of rol1 mater. It Ia
put up in i.ry owtlTetl form, in flve-potin-1
parkacr. with full ilirt'tifirw on
every tn-k:f;'. It fnkr the -late of
t .ilinir k.tlitnines. wall paper and point
for walls. Al.ihAstine ran he useil vn
plHtr. hritk. wood or canvas, and a
i lnltf can hruth It on.
lutw tires, lilirli wrnM e4uiini.nl throssbout. Botst
trimming. ... . mrmr H. Sl M B IscB IrstUS. "
.a r.as cf
Vka. w i Nkriy
7J!aal WTsb-mi -swwmwsi
MADE AN IMPRESSION.
Uniart Aleck" Candidal Spoil
Ilia Chance by Relita To
"t';i you happen to know wnv
Vote went hat k on loni when lu
tit-ian of aitiither
j "Nrvtr Kvt tlir m.it ter mv stndr.
"Sur l i I. .lut lui'i'f 1.1 (i lit learn a Ow
1 fact. He wftit ti a lm im-rtiiitc ol hnrti-
1 iiltiirit JHVtral iai ' !) Iit-tore
: lir (IioiikHI of tutminn for olticf. Vh know
, wli.it a Miuirt 'Al.. k" Ue is. AlUr nii.it wh
j ifiiily a thoiittlitinl nnl wll toiiNiilt 11 1 ilrn-
cii-Niun, hti t-l.t urn ! iifrmiKsiiin to iiU M.me
; qii'tioiix, -t.nttil tr ith ihiM )iie:
j " litre ilo Iilt'i.n v I.iiiicIk nti' Thv-rr
w;n a laiiL'h. iiml the thntti wniinl have
lH-i n renii-iiiticrttl as 4 jutt- had he nut K-r-Hlsteil.
" "t I111 cultivates Hie lluwi rsot rheturic:
vn his net cimunili inn, nml then he want
ed to know if the luiils ut kciiiiis tmilil lie
Inn nl .mil if I her cuird survive a hard
" 'Mister rh.iirman.'shmitefl a little we.1-
rni-.l ni in in the hark of the hall. 'I would
innve you, air, that we a ml a committee
ut three to ri-iuit on the tcacrlility of
raisin' nuitt'kiiis in Inrit cities and fur to
Kcritain it the Kertna of true will kin he
oiltervatcil in the ralihaie head.'
"The lut lire aspirant fur congress closed
the ilehnte with nothinic more expressive
than a sickly Erin, but thr rural rnntinsrnt
renirnihereil hitn when the election cam
oil." Detroit Free I'reas.
HE DID NOT HAVE IT.
How a Joahloat Jadae Mailed Doww
at llellahlfall Kreab
William Litthtl'tMit Vismher tells tliisthav
tt tensile sluiy nf Hun. Isaac I'stkcr, ianioua
us the terrible juilne at Fort Smith. Ark.,
who prolialily setitt need more men to lie ex
eeulrd than any oilier juilxe that ever lived.
This was not, howrvcr. lietause he wa so
unreleutinitly severe, hut because he nail
the hardest and must numerous lot of crim
inals to thai with that ever rame w it Inn the
iiiriKtlietion ol suth an ollicial. tine day
1 when there was an unusuallr large b.iteh of
..i.. 1 .1... I....L...I
Cll.irilS to lie STIIieuccil. llie juiist: i"""i
roiitpaslMtnately over his MrUelva at one
youiiK M-ainp, anil said:
"In consideration of the youth snd in
experience of this prisoner I slull let him off
with a line of e-"
llefore the judge had done speakin the
very fresh young man cooily stretched his
right leg anil ran his hand into his trousers'
pocket mi one side, remarking nonchalantly
as he did so:
"That's all litinky, judge: I've got that
much right here in niv jean."
"And one year in the penitentiary," con
cluded the judge. Then looking over at the
convict in a quizzical sort of way. he added:
"Do you happen to have that in your jetnt!"
Woman' Home Companion.
AN EXCELLENT COMBINATION.
oeeessfal Ealerprlso Raaesl Merit
The Importance of InforaslBtj tho
Tbrowah the Lradlna; Newsoaoera.
The few remedies which have attained to
world wide fame, as truly beneficial in
effect and giving satisfaction to millions of
people tvfiywbere, are the product ol
the knowledge of the most eminent phy
sicians, and presented in the form most
atttptalil to the human system by the
skill of the world's great chemists; ia-! one
of the most successful examples it th
Syrup of Figs manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. Unlike a host of
imitations and cheap substitute. Syrup of
Figs is tiermsnentlv beneficial in its effects.
and therefore lives and promote good
health, while inferior preparations are be
ing ta-t aside and forgottrn. In olden
times if a remedy gave temporary relief to
individuals here and there, it wat thought
good: hut nowadays a laxative remedy
must give satisfaction tn all. If yon hav
never used Syrup of Figs, give it trial,
and you will he pleased with it, and will
recommend it to your friends or to any who
suffer from constipation, or from over-feed-intf,
or from colds, headaches, biliousness,
or other illt resulting from tn inactive con
dition of the kidney, liver tnd bowels.
In the pretest of manufacturing the
pleasant family laxative made by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co., tnd named Syrup of
Figs, figs are used, ta they are plensant to
the taste: but the medicinal properties of
the remedy are obtained from an excellent'
combination of plants known to be medi
cinally laxative and to act most beneficially.
As the true and original remedy, named
Syrup of Figs, it manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only, a knowledge of
that fact will assist in aoiding th worth
less imitation manufactured by othtr
parties. The Company hat selected for
years past the leading publications of th
United States through which to inform the
public of the merits of its remedy, and
among them thit paper it included, at will
be seen by reference to its tdvertising col
umns. "Beloved." he cried, throwing himself at
his wife's feet, "we have lost all save hon
or!" The woman pressed her hand to her
streaming rye and wept ta if her heart
were breaking. "How awkward!" she
solihed. "Just the thing we don't need if
we've got to dead-heat! Verily, it teemed
that a relentless fate pursued them. De
Keepiaa- It I to Ihe Last.
Dix I understand Windig, the attorcry,
it seriously ill.
llix Yes; 1 met his physician this morn
ing, ami he says he is lying al death's door.
"That's just like a lawyer." Chicago
All leading Florida resorts now open, in
cluding Tampa Hay Hotel lielleview, Semi
nole. Fort Myers and other famous tiulf
Coa-t Krsorts. For particulars addret Ls
A. Hell, 'JU3 1 lark street, Chicago.
"1 hope vour h
ired girl knows her plat e."
1 it.-l'biladelphia Bui
"Yd, and runs
lt seems queer that a playwright should
frequently get a play wrong Chicago Daily
Piso's Cure cured me of a Throat tnd
Lung trouble of three years' standing. E.
Cady, Huntington, Ind., Nov. 12. IStfl.
A girl wearing one glove may have two,
all Usht. but she mav have a ring on ont
hand Washington (la.) Democrat.
St. Jacobs Oil curet Sprains.
Oil curet bruises.
The Digger Indians must have to scratch
for living. L. A. V. Bulletin.
A comnton complaint is Itackache.
turcr lure than St. J uobt Oil.
Thr president ol' a gat company naturally
has a light income. Chicago Daily New t.
WHAT "KAL!0,lK ARR.
KaNomine! are rheap and temporary
preparation. mannfuottTred from whit
inj:, t-iialk. clays, etc. They are stuck on
the walls with deiaylns; animal pine. Ala
bantine is not a kalnomlne. It in a mck-
ha?e cement, which sn'ts. and It harden
with aee. It can he r-to.itr'l and re
decnratcil mtthout havinir to wash and
scrape off tts oM cat. ltware cf a
il.-irce four-pound package of lirhf kalso-
mfne. sold to dt-alers for four pounds and
offered to customers as a five-pound
ONLY ONE DOLLAR DOWN
Cut tbi.sa. out .na mhiI ut u. with tl.sa. Msta
ws.ttir ti.sts or l-sUiw'. snd w. will Mn.l .os
UT. HIAH aiAtf .llv AS""
prcats, t; j. u. "aojeci to 9Xm-
iprvfHiairttnd If yom
Is a araaiiaf IMmM
fcltth frawtai MBS
tlBvfKL tvs raprfentei,
tUhl lb grtveVjat fcawrajeala.
th prew tstrrnt tbe
twlauK-, SI5.fi3a a-vad
THE CWE JEWEL
ta on of iha - hteteiM
csaaV. Sneat tttawl tabirtat.
t sMtairiaU ibrouatb
out. dr feme cou trt?
Hon.. full b!l beau i nf.
. to. pt or BT,nrr. bi. li
m6m fnitirssnleeti! rtcfl
Itnlia, "l"rjrr. V.lT'.IV!!.
SSNB SH'HM. 0.HS ItAB I
v eaarav-ai. ban J.ru nlekrl
bt aSAMfct . USLltH TO B4f.
Addro.., SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), CHICA60, ILL
COdlFOKTlNTf WOKDS TO .
Tho Eursicn.1 Chair tind its Tortures May bo Avoided by Women Who
Hood JJra. Plnkham's Advice.
Woman's modest v is natural; it is charming.
To many women a full Mwlement of their troubles to a male physician) la al
most impossiide. 1 ho whole truth may bo told to Mra. 1 iukhauj because ahe
Ih a woman, and her advice U freely
offered lo all women aufferen.
Mrs. (. K. Lii, of J'jth and K
Sis., (Sulvcstftii, Texas, whoso
letter in printed below, was
eonmletclv distt!ira!rctl w hen
she Crt wrote to Mrs. I'iiik- 1
ham. Here is what she saysii
' IK.R Mils. I'lNKM.tM: I
wrote to you some time ago,
telling you of my ills, but
now 1 write to thank you
for the good your remedies 1
have done me. I havensed
two bottle of I -y ilia. K.
I'inkham's Vegetable Com
pound, three packuges of
Sanative Wash, ami-one box
of Liver Tills, and to-day I
call mvsclf a wi ll wouian. I
Buffered with backache, con
stant headache, whites, sick
stomach, no appetite, could not
sleep, and was very nervous. At
time of menstruation was in ter- -
rilile pain. Your medicine is
worth iU weight in gold. I never
can sav enough in praise of it. 1 have
recommended it to many friends. It
all suffering women would try it, there
more happy homes ami healthy women.
you for the change your medicine has made in me.
Lydia K. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound and Mrs. Pinkham's advice, hav)
savetl thousands of women from hospital 0ierations.
The lives of women are hard; whether at home with a ceaaelesa round of do
mestic duties or working at some regular employment, their daily tasks make
constant war on health. If all women understood thrmsrrvea fully and knew
how exactly nml soothingly Lydiav K. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound act
on the female organs, there wonld be less suffering.
lydia B.Pln&fcam'sVegetabieCompnnnd ; aYonaaBtTnedyforWoinaafilllS
Mia Peeallar llrs.
"Doesn't it sometimes make yon gloomy
to hear the wind howling about on a wild
Xo," answered the man wiih a cire
worn look. "I ratbrr like to hear it. Tht
wind doesn't come up and ring your door
bell and ask how about th at bnl, or tell you
you'll get arre-ud if vou don't ta your
dog. It doesn't sing 1 won't go home till
morning' away off the key and disgrace th
neighborhood. It howls because it enjoys
it. Hut it never says any thing to hurt anv
body's feelings. 1 sometimes honestly wish
that there was more wind in this life tad
lest people." Washington Star.
We are forming a new roal and coke trust,
tnd intend calling it "The Coal Trust aud
Coke Dust Cindercate." Alley Sloper.
It takes more or less of t crank to lie real
good at anything. Washington (la.) Dem
ocrat. St. Jacob Oil Cures Lumbago. St. Jacobs 1
0U cures Sciatica. j
And. in fact. nearly all
women who undergo
l a. nervous, strain, are
compelled to regret
fully watch the grow
ing pallor of their
cheeks, the coming
wrinkles and thinner
that become more
distressing every day.
knows that ill-health
is a fatal enemy to
I beauty and that good
health gives to the
plainest face an cn-
I during attractiveness.
' Pure blood and strong
nerves these arc th
secret of health and
Or. Williams' Pink.
Pills for Pale People build
strengthen the nerves. T
able, to the mother they are a necessity, to the woman
approaching fifty they arc the best remedy that science
has devised (or this crisis of her life.
tin. Jacob Weaver, of Bushncll, 111., is Iny-iz year old. She tay j
"I suffered for five or six years with the trouble that comes to wosaca al
this time of life. 1 was much weakened, was anable. atwcB of the tiase. to s
do my own work, snd snlfertal tsryond my power to describe. I was down
hearted and melancholy. Nothing s--m-d to do me aay good. Thea I
made ap my mind lo try lr. Williams' Pink Pill lor Psle People.
I bought the first box tu March, 1H97, and was benefited from th start,
A box and half cared me completely, aud I am now rugged aad Strang."
The genuine package always bear the full name M
ail druggists or sent postpaid on receipt of pi 50
per bos by the BT Williams
I - "A FAIR FACE CANNOT ATONE
I FOR AN UNTIDY HOUSE."
"Spalding." Accept no
Handsome Catalogue Free.
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New York. t'hk'afo. Denver.
CRI RC HES AXD M IIOOLHOl SES.
Th Interior walls of churches, school-hotist-s
and all pni!ic hall should nvt-r
he coatd with anyrhlrt? hut th dura hit
and pun Alahisttne. So evidt nt has IhH
fact hrrmrir'. that nurdr-M. of tons are
used annuallv for this work. The rcnu
ine A! t.aiine los not ruh or s4-alc off.
It Is cleanly durina: th? hmp period of Its
usefulness. Kvery owner cf a builtllns;
hoiild use It. Ask your paint dealer or
druggist for card of tints, ard write for
free copy of our paper. Alnhastine Kra.
to Alabastlne Co.. t.rund KupUs, Mich.
Ytf t . Jem Havl on a Postal qakx
ma 152 Mse liwstRma Qrnowt.
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REJECT THIS -JlT AS SOOO."
The dealer who tell you thai h eaa
still you the "sam thin" as Alabastlno
or "somethine Just a srood." cither la wot
posted or is Iryinar to deeeiv you. In of-fi-rlni;
somiithtn he ha bousht eheatl
ami Is trylntr to sell on AlatNutln' d
marilt. he may not realliw the dansrer t
hini.-f-ir aa wt-l! as to yots. Beware of
all nvw substitute. Dealer risk a
I suit ror onmaees bv selllnsr and eonsiins.
! era bv usin an Infringement. Alahaatlne
, Co. own the rlrht to make ami sell wall
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BE AN AMERICAN
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reels a riant hvirinnln. Grestirv liar IB.. rs lb
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POrmai M0WTBTT MACAZIXIS.
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