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A FRIGHTFUL FIRt.
Itrrn I-ot In n Holocaust la th
""lloiiio f "Hltlmore Jeweler.
,...TioRK. MJ-. Feb. 34. Seven
plciTC asphyxiated, ono fatally
hurt bj-j""P'"eT 'rom n window, nnd
L. others moro or less Injured by n
" . -- : .1 .... j... .f .l.maL 1? An.
,e others moro or icss nijiircu uy n
e in the residence of James It. Ar
i.or, a prominent jowclor, on Charles
X't! vestenlay niornlnsr- The dead
n-Vaiiie- I'" ArmiRcr, ujred 53; Wil-
....... the rCMUflltU v t.ini ... ...-
trt? m . .
linm l'- l'lcv' llis son',n-lllw nFc(1 3i
Kichanl Kilev. son of W. K Ililcy, aped
4- Maria" Kiley, daughter of W. 11.
r'll'cv, aired 2'a! 'rs- Marian Cham
n'lin," dauffliter of .lames IS. Armlfjer,
J-ci 3: James Champlin, her son,
smJ 3. Horace 11 Mamicl, ajjed 50, of
jCcn York city, a guest.
The house in which the holocaust
occurred is one of a row of granite
front residences on Charles street just
north of ha 1'ayetto avenue. It 1 four
stories in height and at tho time of the
fire nas tilled with costly furniture,
niuch raro bric-.vbrne and uniquo jew
rlrv, of nhieh .Mr. Armieer was an en
thusiastic collector. In the house were
13 persons. Of these ten wero members
of tho Anniger household, two were
servants and tho other, Mr. Manuel,
was a puest, who has been visiting the
Armiffer family for tho past two or
three dav. It was his purpose to have
TRAGEDY AT ASH GROVE, MO.
Ibe i:eult of n ltnir with a Farmer Over
Alleeed llr Stealing.
Srr.iNOFiKi.n, Mo., Feb. 'it.' Advices
received from Ash Grove, 20 miles
north are to the effect that Jefferson
Crock, a prominent attornoy, was shot
anJ instantly killed by a farmer named
Gilniore. Uilmore, somo time ago, had
Erode arrested on the charge of steal
in a liorso from him, and a row over
this resulted in tho murder. Uroclt
has been implicated In several cases of
a enational character. Brock camo
lo Ash l.rovo four years ago from
Mound Uty, Kan., whero ho had just
completed a long term In tho Kansas
pen'tcntlary for highway robbery.
W) 1c in prison ho studied law, nnd
immediately after his release was ad
mitted to the bar.
A PLAN OF HIS OWN.
It Is Stil the President Will rail an I'ztrn
stolon on the urrency Question.
WwiiNGTo.v, IV b. 24. On tho au
thority of a gentleman who enjoys the
personal confidence of tho president
as fully as anyono living, the state
ment is made that if congress adjourns
without currency legislation along the
lines suggested by Mr. Cleveland, ho
will call a special session and force tho
issue upon tho country as being the
one question of paramount impor
tance. This is a startling and sensa
tional proposition, and it Is something
that has not been considered by the
republican leaders as among the possl
tilities. THE WHEAT CROP.
Its Tresent Statns In Several Western Stntea
and the Uutlnok.
KwasCitv, Jro., Fob. 24. Clifford
M. Hall, editor of the Modern Miller,
is in receipt of advices from all over
the west, giving tho present status of
the wheat crop. According to his cor
respondents, tho crop in Missouri never
was better, while in Oklahoma and
southern Kansas it Is reported to be in
splendid shape. In northern Kansas It
is not so good, but It is fully up to tho
average of past years, as it is also in
AN AMERICAN ARMY.
Billlugtnn llooth Annonnces That He Will
Not IlrllngaUh Command of the Salta
New Yoiik, Feb. 24. Commnnder
Eallington llooth, of tho Salvation
army, last night announced to the
members of his staff that ho decided
not to relinquish command of tho army
in the United States and that under no
circumstances would ho take orders
from England. This was taken to bo
Ibatho will reorganize the army In this
country on an independent basis, and
it was received with cheers and other
demonstrations of approval.
No Uniform Hank Meeting.
Cincinnati, Feb. 24. Tho executive
assembly of the grand council of tho
Kuijjhts of Pythias met here Saturday
evening. Tho session was executive.
It was resolved to abandon Minneap
olis this year and to hold the biennial
convention of tho supremo lodge at
Cleveland on August 85, 1800. It was
also decided to hold no encampment of
tne uniform rank this vear. This ac
tion was taken because, as alleged, the
railroads refused to glvo tho Pythians
a one cent per milo rate, the samo as
given the Grand Army to Minneapolis.
Tlie Olncy Ilootn Launched. 39
Itovro.v, Feb. 24. Mayor Josiali
yuincy furnished both enthusiasm and
surprise Saturday to 230 democrats
who attended the Washington banquet
given by the Young Men's Democratic
eiuo and tho democratio state commit
tee here, by presenting tho namo of
Secretary of Siato Richard Olnoy as
"ie candidate of Massachusetts and
cw England for presidential honors.
Hrnew I'Hvnrml fnr 1'rnnfflent.
New Yoiik, Feb. 24. Tho fcaturo of
Ine pepew dinner Saturday night was
toe inauguration of a Dopow presiden
'il boom by ex-Gov. Flower. Soth
Low, president of tho Columbia col
'eife, spoko of Depow as tho typical
American; George V. Smalley told of
the good work Depew has done abroad
s an exemplar of American doctrines
nl American life, while ex-Gov. Kos
well 1'. Flower sang his praises as a
Nearly HO l"or Cent. I'ald In.
"Asni.NOTo.v, ob. 24. Tho treasury
POld reSei-Vft ivn nftllnl1tr Utnln1 nf in
ginning of business to-day as being
eWiZAVi cap. 'Pi.- ...t.i..i i I?-....-
. ,. iiiu wiuuiruwuis oumi-
Wires sliow tltat of tho 8111,000.000 for
'"cu the now bonds sold, 8S?,551,3C3
flaTe been paid in.
Another Miianaero lteporteil.
-o6TANTioi-i,K, Feb. 24. There Is
Persistent rumor here of a fresh mas
Were at Urfa. Tho government ob-
o( i. to JUss Clara JJa"tn. president
1 lio American Hcd Cross society, go
4nT to Zcitoun to dUtrlbute reliet
EDGAR W. NYE DEAD.
The Noted Humorist Succumbs to a Stroke
Asiif.vili.k. N. 0., Fob. 34. "Bill
Nye," the noted humorlst.died Saturday
afternoon. Ho suffered a stroke of apo
plexy two weeks ago and since then
his condition has gradually grown
worse. All hope wns given up by the
physicians Thursday night. Ho was
unconscious hours before he died. His
family was with him.
Tho hour for tho funeral services Is
fixed for ten o'clock Tuesday morning
and tho Interment will be at tho Epis
copal church eemoterv. 19 mil. .l.
of Asheville. Many telegrams have
ue en receivcu Dy Mrs. JNyo from people
prominent In tho lttorarw ivn-i,i .
pressing their condolence over her be
Mr. NVO tlrt boentnA lrnnnn no n 1.. ...!.. ...
crcnt promlso nbout 16 years ago, says the Cht-
u uuus-iieraiu, wnen It was discovered
that ho wns tho writer of certain capital
sketches nubllshpii in n wet...... nn. ki.i.
wns totally unknown except for his work.
.......v ..... muu uo uas ucoa ono 01 mo rorc-
most humorists In American journalism. He
wns born la Malno. In tho same neighborhood
that proJuccrt Josh Hillings. Ills oducatlon
was given him In an academy at Illvor
FnllS. Anil 111 1H7.V whAn h. urnia nH... O .,
. ... ....... ........ uu ..wa MUUUW mj jcaia
ot nge and had been already admitted to tho
mir, uo went to Laramie. Wyo., to practlco
When Nyo got to Laramie ho found tho Held
pretty well 11 led with lawyers.
Nyo organized a stock company nnd started
tho Laramie Dally ISoomcrantr. a concern
which nrnveil In nvwn inw tpn.fi.it ....(..
M .-... v..j ...j .....til, Ul .UU 1U-
sanely fantastic nnmo and tltlo bostowed upon
It by Its witty founder. Hut when tho reaction
enmo It turned out tho Hoomcrang made a re
turn trlD and brought fartunn nml hmn tn 1
When his health gave out ho went to Den
ver, and while recuperating there his part
ners In thn llnmnnrnm, int (.nwfw.1 nf lnn .....
nnd N'yo camo cast. Hut ho camo east to for-
iuho aou suvecss. ins worK was paid well for
by tho most prominent papers In tho country.
For tho last few yeats report has had It that
his protlts havo been from $M,0O) to 130.000 a
year. Mr. Nyo had publlshod "Hill Njo and
the Hooinenintr ' 'Th I..,., t tn... ., ,
Hay," "Hill Njo's Ulojsoni Kock" and "He-
mil Ire l
ARMY RESERVE FORCES.
Hill Introduced In Cnneres to Incrpnue tho
Numerical Mrrngth of Uncle baiu'a Mili
tary. Wasiii.voton-, Fob. 24. To increase
tho effective strength of tho nrmy by
the establishment of a reserve force
to consist of not less than 200,000 nor
moro than 1,000,000 men is tho object
of a bill introduced in tho house bj
Iteprcsentatlve Woodman. It provides
that tho force shall be divided into
companicsof not less tiian 00 nor moro
than 130 men, with officers. It is to bo
arranged in divisions designed by the
president. Tho namo of it is to bo
United States army reserves. All com
missioned olliccrs in it are to bo ap
pointed by tho president nnd senate.
All male citizens between 18 and 00 aro
eligible for enlistment as privates.
Equipments, arms, etc, aro to be
furnished as to tho regular army. At
least 30 days annually are to bo given
to drill. Tho period of enlistment is
SONS OF THE REVOLUTION.
Hlahop Tnttle Is Elected President of the
St. Louis, Feb. 21. The Sons of the
American Revolution, of Missouri, mot
hero Saturday in annual session. At
tho business session the following offi
cers were elected: President, Rt. Rev.
Daniel S. Tuttle, Episcopal bishop of
Missouri; vice president, Hon. Henry
Hitchcock, of St Louis; second vice
president, William 15. Clark, of Kan
sas City; secretary, Henry Codle, of
Bethany; assistant secrotary, Ewing
M. Greany Sloan, of St. Louis; register,
Gen. James Harding, of Jefferson City;
treasurer, Henry P. Wyman, of St.
Louis; chaplain, Rev. George Edward
Martin, of St. Louis; historian, Prof.
Alexander Fleet, of Moxlco.
A BIG STRIKE.
A Thousand Lithographer Will Go Out
and a Dozen Cltlcn lie Affectod.
New York, Fob. 21. It was an
nounced at a meeting of the Central
Labor union yesterday that a general
strike of tho members of the Interna
tional Lithograph Artists and En
gravers' Protective and Insurance
union in this country and Canada
would begin to-day. About 1,000 men
will go out Of this number 500 are
located in this city and Brooklyn.
The other cities which will bo affected
are Buffalo, Louisville, Cincinnati,
Chicago, Detroit St Louis, Rochester,
Jlilwaukeo, Boston, Cleveland and To
ronto. CONFEDERATE MUSEUM.
One Opened at Itlchmond, Va., In the Man
Moil of ex-Preldent Jefteraon Davis.
Richmosd, Va., Feb. 23. The confed
erate museum was opened on tho 22d
in tho Davis mansion with a brilliant
programme. Gov. O'Ferrall Introduced
Gen. Bradley Johnson, the orator of
tho occasion, who mado a stirring ad
dress, In which ho said: "Tho time
will come when nil tho world will
realize the falluro of tho confederacy
was a great misfortune to humanity,
and It will be a source of unnumbered
woes to liberty."
Disastrous Iralrl Fire.
Leoti, Kan., Fob. 24. Friday night
and Saturday a prairie Are swept over
a strip of country bIx miles wido and
ten miles long in Wichita county, de
stroying tho homes of eight citizens
and about 20 barns and outbuildings.
Tho wind was blowing a gale from tho
south and every vestigo of fencing and
pasturage was licked up. A herd of
several hundred head of cattlo wero
stampeded by the great wall of , fire
five miles wido and are scattered over
tho northern half of Wichita county.
A Suicide at 0 Years ot Ace.
Lexixqto.v, Ky., Fob. 21.-Theoldcst
Baptist preacher In the state, Rev.
Henry Mnhor, of Powell's Valloy, com
mitted suicido last uight Ho would
have been 100 years old In June, and
has been a minister over sluco he
was 23. .
Will lie Moved to Parson.
Paiwoxs, Kan., Feb. 24. -Bishop Fit?k
has Issued an order for tho transfer o.'
tho Sisters of St Joseph headquarters
from Abilene to this city. It is tho in
tention of tho sisterhood to erect com
modious buildings and maintain a col
SOUTH AFRICAN COOKERY.
The Native Bill of Faro Carries Dismay to
tho Whlto Man.
A very palatable dish is mnde of an
elephant's foot by putting It in n hole,
building n fire nround and over it anil
keeping it going for five or six hours.
Idephnnt's tall Is snlil to be very deli
clous when washed, scraped antl fried
until it is a rich dark brown. A novel
way of making n stew is practiced by
one tribe who use the animal's skin ns
it receptacle for water; put in this
water vegetables nnd n!eei nf mont
and then add red hot stones. Thin
generates vast quantities of slenm nnd
makes the water boll witlinuf it,!,,,.-
ing greatly the surrounding hide. At
me vim oi an nour the contents nio
cooked and tho water has become a
very fair soup, but a little peculiar on
account of the amount of cinders, sand
and fragments of stono It. i-nntnina
Still another tribe cook locusts, gras-
noppcrs, Katydids nnd the like, nnd say
Uicy taste a erreat deal Hl:o nn nvpr-
cooked shrimp. None of tho nntho
inues, so inr as Known, cer eat the
lion, but they have no such feeling to
ward other carnivora.
Tho jackal, wolf nnd fox are more
cir less populur, and are reported to gie
a ery palatable meat Where our peo
ple hang mutton, game and the im
mortal goose to season it and give it a
rich finvor, many South American tribes
secure the same result by burying meat
in the earth and leaving it there for
several days. No civilized man has
ever been nble to eat it in this condi
tion, but the savages pronounce it a
delicacy of extraordinary merit. Not
alone is cannibalism practiced to it
largo extent, but our Darwinian cousins
of the monkey tribe share the same
fate. Til tlin iliktrinls whnrn tlinv nift
employed ns food they r.re ery timid
nnd fly nt the sight of a human being
een nt great distance. In other ter
ritories, where they are unmolested,
they are nbout as tame nnd fearless
ns in South America or India. In near
ly all of these tribes the woman is the
cook and tho waiter, ery often the
butcher and sometimes the hunter.
X. Y. Mail nnd Kprcss.
HIS "GOOD LITTLE WIFE."
Enclaud'g Queen I a Woman of tho Most
Perfect draco and Hearing.
The heart of gold, the will of iron,
the royal temper of steel, the pride,
the patriotism and the deep piety of
Victoria hae been enshrined in a
small, but vigorous frame, the mig
nonne aspect of which especially
strikes those who behold her for thu
fiist time in these her "chair days."
It wns reported how, when Prince Al
bert wns dying, he roused himself from
n period of wandering to turn with in
effable loe to his spouse and .sover
eign, saying to her with a kiss: "Good
little wife!" And when the Prince Con
sort wns actually passing nwny, after
those 21 years of wedded happiness, it
wns told how the queen bent oer him
and whispered: "It Is your little wife,"
at which last words the angel of death
stayed his hand while once again the
dear eyes opened and the dying lips
But though this be so, no one who
has been honored by near approach
to her majesty, or has eer tarried in
her presence, will fail to testify to the
extreme majesty of her benring, min
gled always with the most perfect
grace and gentleness. Her voice has,
moreover, always been pleasant and
musical to hear, and is so now. The
hand which holds the scepter of the
seas is the softest that can be touched;
the eyes which haw grown dim with
labors of state for England, nnd with
too frequent teurs, nre the kindest that
can be seen. Sir Edwin Arnold, iu
The Division of Africa.
Henry M. Stanley states that within
the last ten years France has acquired
of Equatorial Africa about 300,000
Fqtiare miles, in which there are only
00 Europeans; German', 400,000
square miles; Italy, 547,000 square
miles, and Portugal has a defined ter
ritory extending over 710,000 square
miles. France, moreowr, has been
ni'tlve farther north, in the Sahara and
in west Africa, and claims rights owr
1,000,000 square miles; while Germany,
in southwest Africa and the Cam
eroons, asserts her rule over 540,000
tquare miles. Detroit Free Press.
THE GhNERAL MARKET.
Kansas Cut, Feb. 21
CATTLE Host beeves J 3 24 4 15
Stackers 3 25 3 90
Native cows 2 00 3 00
HOOS-ChoIco to heavy 3 25 3 87tf
WHEAT No. 2 rod 74 & 74H
No. 8 hard 6iM
CORN-No. 2 mixed 2JiS 252
OATS No. 2 mixed 17KO 18
RYi:-No.2. MV4 30
FLOUK Pnteat, per sack 1P0 2 10
Taney 175 185
HAY Choico timothy 10 50 U 50
Fancy pralrlo 6 tO 7 03
BHAN (Sacked) 44
BOTTKH Choice creamery... 10 17
CHEESE-Full cream 10 10K
EGUS-Choke K 10
POTATOES 20 25
CATTLE Native and shipping 3 75 4 50
Texans 2 50 3 75
HOGS-Heavy 3W 4 15
SHEEP Fair to oholco 2 75 3 00
FLOUR Choice 2 70 3 75
WHEAT Na 2 red 7IK T2K
COKN-Na 2 ralxod 26 20
OATS-No. i mixed 18M! 19
RYE Na2. Wi '7
BUTTER Creamery 15 21
LARD Western steam. 3 25 at 5 37K
FORK. 9 02HE10 12
CATTLE-Common to prime... 3 20 4 40
HOGS Packing and shipping . 3 95 4 27K
SHEEP Fair to choico 2 60 to 3 65
FLOUK Winter wheat 2 55 3 55
WHEAT-No. 2 red 6fl; 67
CORN-No.2 28 28
OATS-No. 2 mi''i 19
RYE 88 38K
BUTTER-Creamery 1J J
LARD B 4 5 4714
PORK i 9 80 9 90
CATTLE-Natlvo steers....,,.. 4 10 4 45
HOGS-Good to choico.... 3 75 4' 65
FLOUR Good to choico. 3 40 4 M
WHEAT No. 2 rod 72 7'U
CORN-No. 2. 3314ft 30St
OA'S-No. 2 25H &H
tiUTTfZR Creamery 18 20
fORK 'Mess 10 50 12 00
IIIUII PRICE FOR POTATOES.
The John A. Salzer Seed Co., La
Crosse, Wis., pay high prices for new
things. They recently paid $300 for a
yellow rind watermelon, $1000 for 30
bu. new oats, $300 for 100 lbs. of pota
toes, etc., etc. I Well, pricc3 for pota
toes will bo high next fall. Plant
a plenty Mr. Wideawake I You'll make
money. Salzer's Earliest are fit to eat
in 28 days after planting. His Cham
pion of the World is the greatest yield
er on earth nnd wo challenge you to
produce its equal.
If you will send us 10c. in stamps
to the John A. Salter Seed Co., La
Crosse, Wis., you will get, free, ten
packages grains and grasses, including
Tqosinte, Spurry, Giant Incarnate Clo
ver, etc., and our mammoth catalogue.
Catalogue alone 5c. for mailing, (s.)
SsonBEntT "What do you think I found
Inst year when I was at Long Branch!"
Knickerbocker "l'vo no idea. Was it n
pocketbook?" Snobberly "No, I found
that everything was very dear." Texas
State or Onio, Citt op Toledo, ,
Lucas County. )
Frank J. CiircNEVinukes oath that he is tho
senior partner of tho firm of F. J. Chenev
& Co., doing business in the City of Toledo,
County and Statu aforesaid, and that said
firm will pay tho sum of one ni'NmiF.n noiy
LAits for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot bo cured by tho uso of Hall's
Cataiikii Cuke. Khank J. Cheney.
Sworn to boforo mo and subscribed In my
presence, thisCthday of Deccmbcr.A.D. ISsO.
,.,,, A. W. Gleason,
l8EALJ Xotary 1'iibllc.
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally and
acts directly on tho blood nnd mucous sur
faces of tho system. Send for testimonials,
free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by DniKplsts, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills ore tho best.
"Maip of Athens, cro wo part,
Givomo back my silver heat t."
"1 can't," tho clever damsel cried.
"ily new beau's picture Is inside."
Man Was Hado to Mourn,
Perhaps, but rheumatism need not add to
tho calamities to which wo are more or less
sultject, when there Is such an efficient
means of counteracting tho dire complaint
as Hostettcr's Stomach Bitters. When the
liver, bowels or stomach aro out of order,
or tho kidneys or nerves troublesome, llio
Bitters is also an efficient remedy. It pro
vents and remedies all malarial dfsordeis.
She Said the Wboso Word. "Dearest
girl, wilt thou bo mine!"
Ho asked her, and sho wilted.
They're married now, but somo opino
Ho wishes he'd been jilted.
Detroit Free Press.
Ilest of All
To cleanso tho system in a gcntlo and truly
beneficial manner, when tho Spring time
comes, uso tho true and perfect remedy,
Syrup of Pijjs. One bottlo will answer for
all tho family and costs only&O cents; the
largo sizo SI. Buy tho genuine. Manufac
tured by tho California Fig Syrup Company
only, and for salo by all druggists.
"In Paris, I understand, tho latest fad is
for 'Impressionist' menus." "I presume
tho Idea Is that tho guests should become
accustomed to nightmares before leaving
tho table." Chicago Post.
Fits stopped free by Dr. Kline's Great
A.v.. ,uAbv3Luici. tuiiuf aiiurjirsiuuy s use.
Marvelous cures. Treatise and $2 ti ial bot
tle free. Dr. mine, IU1 Arch St., Philn., Pa.
Tnn child taught to believo any occur
rence a good or evil omen, or any day of
tho week lucky, hath a wido inroad made
upon the soundness of his undcrbtanding.
For Couons, Astiima and TnnoiT Dis
orders "Jlrown'4 Bronchial Tiochi$'' are an
effectual remedy. Bold only In boxes.
"Yes, doctor, It still hurts mo to breathe
in fact, tho only trouble now seems to be
my breath." "Oh, well, I'll givoyou some
thing that will soon stop that." Lifo.
Beeciiam's Pius for constipation lOeand
25c. Get tho book (ftce) at your druggist's
and go by it. Annual sales 0,000,000 boxes.
A northern oxchango asks: "Why do
mnnt mtl.ni.u irn.i tliolt lint lrtnr1T lltn.
cause barbers cut for cash." Atlanta Con
I can recommend Plso's Curo for Con
sumption to sufferers from Asthma. E. D.
Townsend, Ft. Howard, Wis., May 4, '91.
No one will dare maintain that it is bet
ter to do injustico than to hear it. Aris
totle Explosions of Coushing aro shopped by
rtnle'g Honey of Horchound and Tar.
Piko's Toothacho Drops Curoin ono minute.
God oft descends to visit men, unseen,
and through their habitation walks, to mark
their doings. Milton.
Any feeling thai takes a man away from
his homo Is a traitor to tho household. H.
"You told mo you and Harry loved at
sight." "Yes, but we quarreled on acquain
The innocenco of tho Intention abates
nothing of tho mischief of tho example.
By nature's laws, immutablo and Just,
enjoyment stops when indoleneo begins.
Or all vain things excuses aro tho vainest.
Heaven, tho treasury of everlasting oy.
A man's best friend aro his ten fingers.
(TiYifSffli . imfav
There's all sorts of grades of tobacco plant. The best
comes from Havana. There's all sorts of grades of sarsa
parilla plant. The best comes from Honduras. If you
want cheap tobacco, all right provided you get value for
your money. Cheap tobacco 's not as good to smoke but
it don't cost as much.
If you want cheap sarsaparilla . . . But you don't want
it. Of course you don't. You are paying for the best.
To pay for the best and get anything but Honduras sar
saparilla is like paying for Havana cigars and getting
Pittsburg " Stogies." There's only one sarsaparilla made
exclusively from the imported Honduras plant That's
Ayer's. Just keep it in mind that you are paying for
Honduras sarsaparilla when you are paying for the best;
but you don't, get what you pay for unless you get Ayer's
I Any doubt about It? Send for the "Curebook."
It kills doubts but cures doubters.
Address : J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Una,
a.pga. Mr 'Br
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The largest piece of .good
tobacco ever sold for 10 cents
The 5 cent piece is nearly as
large as you .get of other
high grades for 10 cents
If "La Belle Chocolatlere " isn't on
the can, it isn't Walter Baker & Co.'s
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DONALD KENNEDY, of ROXBURY, MASS.,.
Has discovered in one of our common
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He has tried it in over eleven hundred
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If the stomach is foul or bilious It will
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No change of diet ever necessary. Eat
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Dose, one tablespoonful in water at bed
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