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Tmi-.if , dl'advauUim uid b i-f of our rte
lb cuiiae of mi in u h failr if t'ei.'ht and hot
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136 1 138 Oom'l Ave.
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MORTON VS, ARTHUR,
Tco Raoo For tho United Stato
Sonatorsh'p From NuW
The Friends of President Arthur Hold a
Secret Coofub an l Mature Plans
Tor tho Canvass.
Morton'i M n Busy For Their L-ader A
Coileian Explaining His
Albany, N. Y., Diwiubrr 12.-Instead
of leaving New York fur tln-ir homes yes
tcrday, Oeuorul Sbarjc uud Mr. Warron
stole quietly away to this city uud Ueld a
coulerence here which may have at) Im
portant bearing on the Senatorial contest.
They were met at the Kenmero Hotel by
Andrew L. Draper, Congressman II. G.
Burleigh, Collector James S. Smart, State
Committeeman Theo C. Teale and ex.
Congresnman John M. Davis of Roches
ter. They discussed tho situation from
midnight until far Into the morning, and
then most of tho party departed from
town on the early trains as secretly as
they had slipped in.
Mr. Warren remained until afternoon,
and in company with Mr. Draper, called
ou a number of prominent Republicans.
Although they were very guarded in their
UlK, it is clear from the tenor of tilr
remarks that a strong combination has
been formed against the Morton-Erwia
party, and that President Arthur is to be
actively pushed for I'm ted States Sena
tor. If Morton will uot retire in favor of
the Chief .Magistrate he is to be fought.
The Arthur men are very bitter against
him. They say that Mr. Morton told the
President and Uve of bis friends before
6ailiugfor Kuropc thathe would not en
ter the race if Arthur's uame was pro
posed. An effort will be made to force
him to adhere to tWs declaration. If he
re! uses, a sharp contest between the
Platt-Coruell-Dutcher and the Warren-hharpe-Drapvr
parties will ensue. It
will be as hot as the otner factional
strifes of late years.
While the Morton boom has apparently
been gaiulng considerable headway of
late, the ArUiur men have been skilllully
laytug piaus which are now disclosed, re
vealing the strength of the President's
candidacy, uue of tae earliest and most
eucigi't.e. Moitm men was Congressman
Bur.eiuh. He has recently "seen a new
liut," and is now us aiMeiit for the Presi
dent as he was for Morton a fortnight
Another bold stroke has been made
this week In tin- capture of Senator
Warner Miller. li s dislike of Tom Piatt
has dually driven iiim from his position
of neutrality into the auti-Morton camp.
He is not yet rea iy to come out for l'resl
deut Artuur, but he is working with bis
Dianag rs, and will back him, as the
choice proved v i between the Presi
dent and Mr. Morion. Ho hopes Ut elect
a Uiaii,e ma i in tue end, and now favors
any uue to i-e.it Morton aud Piatt.
The Conference here did not lully de
termine or. the Arthur candidate for
Speaker. Mr. O'Neill was favored on
account of his past record and services.
Some thought thai Mr. Hnbbtll would
be ctroiigcr on account of his location In
the western part of the Mate.
The presence of Mr. Davis at the meet
ing is believed by some to indicate that
lac choice will fall on the Monroe Assem
Any one who thinks that Morton's can
didacy is merely a blind, should watch
the rural press of the State. Within the
past two days the following papers have
had editorials commending his selection
for Senator: Klmira Advertiser, Lyons
U'Pulliran, Uswego litres, Addison 4tf
vtrtUer, Peiin Yau Esprets aud Seneca
County Courier. The similarity of the
articles Indicates that a literary bureau,
with headquarters at New York, is at
work furnishing the country editors with
Ihe Albany evening Journal publishes
a special cable from MinUter Morton, at
Paris, defining his position on the tariff,
In which he says:
"lu answer to your Inquiry, I say with
out quaililcatiou in regard to my views on
the question of protection, that I stand
fully committed to the policy aud plat
form of the Republican party. I earn
estly believe In the protection of Ameri
can industries and of the Interests of the
Working masses in the United States."
The Delaware Senator Said to Prefer the
Washington, D. C, December 13.
It Is understood here that Senator Bay
ard had considerable correspondence with
Governor Cleveland before he went to
Albany, and that Senator Bayard was in
vited to take a place in thu Cabinet before
be went there, so that he could truly say
tbat no tender of a Cabinet position was
mado during tho Albany interview
last Sunday. It Is also said, up
on high Democratic authority, that
Senator Bayard personally prefers
Uio Treasury portfolio, and In his Inter
view with Governor Clcvelaud said as
much. It is also believed that tho I'rcsl-dent-elect
had originally Intended Mr.
Bayard to have the position of Secretary
Of State. He Is only embarrassed at pres
ent to rind Just the man for that place,
and If he is successful lu this direction
Mr, Bayard will have
TDK TREASURY PORTFOLIO.
Thero is uot a Republican lu Washington
who does not regard Senator Bayard as
one of the strongest aud best men Mr.
Cleveland could nave about him. It Is
aid that Mr. Bayard does uot regard tho
post of Secretary of Statu as one that
would bo as congenial us that of tho
Treasury. All his public experience
has been in tho Hue of financial
tudy. Ho has been upon a number
of Investigating committees to ex
amine the Treasury, and understands it
very fully. Ho. lias but little tasio for
foreign affairs. U Is, however, under
Hood that .Mr. liayanl, while he was
offered his choice of Uio Cabinet places,
might be persuaded to tako the Secretary
ship of Stale, If In the end Mr. Clove
land would bo better satisfied with that
Wttnt tba Troop Wi hdrawn All Quiet
Des Moinhs, Ia., December 13. Tbo
militia arrived at Angus yesterday, and
woro taken inimediatcly to tho Keystoas
ntaK Tssro fsn no denwiMtTAUoui
made. Eighteen of the shipped miners
went to work under their protection.
The Governor's Guard were sent homo on
the llrst train. Everybody at Angus con.
demos tin.' sending of tho mllllla. A dele
gation of citizens left for Des Moines nt
Blx o'clock last night to urgo Governor
Sherma'n to withdraw the Stuart com.
pany. They tako a petition signed by
nearly every business man In Angus, stat
ing that there has been absolutely no
violence, and no need of troops, except to
r.XODL'.ynNO HACK AGAIN1.
Vccls Tom's Idea oi Kansas, and What
the Government Ought to Do For
St. Louis, Mo., December 13. A largo
party of Kansas negroes who came north
with tho exodus arrived at the Union
Depot this morning frorn Kansas, on their
way to Arkansas. The party were mainly
of the masculine gender, and were any
thing but well dressed. , An old, gray
haired patriarch, who seemed to be on his
last legs aud was wrapped up in an as
sortment of rags, was engaged in tho
pleasant occupation of preventing the
others frorn being killed by the ' passing
"Wba's de matter wld Kansas?" ho
wheezed in answer to the question of a
reporter. "Kansas ain't no place fo' do
colo'd man. 'S'too cold. De nlgga
wants de sun and de cotton plantation.
De countiy's agoln to the debble.
"Did you like tho slavery days better?"
"We had nuf to eat; dat's about all.
Dis beah gov'mcut dou't know what's
best fo' de ulgga. Dey ought to feed us
and gib us good clocs, like dey do de In
guns. Den we wouldn't trubble nobody.
Come along heah, Sammy."
And the old bundle oi rags shuffled off.
Inexhaustible Deposits of th Pura
tide, but Its Orig-tn in Dispute.
St. Louis, MO., December 13. John
W. Munson returned this morning from a
visit to his bat caves on the Gasconade in
Pulaski County. He believes the depos
its of guno to be inexhaustible, and brings
a number of bags of specimens which on
analysis show an almost perfectly pure
phosphate of lime. The substance has by
the wear and tear of ages, by attrition
and by other influences formed into no
dules and lumps of the size of a school
boy's chine. That the material is of the
greatest richness and promise is unques
tionable, but its animal origin is some
what subjected to doubt. Prof. Lieblg,
the great chemist of lialtimore, denies
tbut bats bad any share in forming the de
posit, considering it to be of the same
character as those phosphate of lime beds
gradually materialized by mother nature
in South Carolina.
Shut Down oi Wheeling Glass Works
Employing 2,600 Men.
Wuf.eu.ng, W. Va., December 13.
This morning the bars will be drawn in
eight large glass factories along the river
opposite the city from Bellaire to Mar
tin's Ferry, employing aboutf 2,000 meu.
A long and dreary lockout will be the re-i-uit,
a:ji as few of the men have money
abend, the coming winter will be but little
less than terrible in this locality. A
threatened shut down of all the nail mills
adds to the dismal situation.
I BOM HAUL KJJ IX BED.
A Party of Slavs Driven to the Uoun
lataa by Striking Miners.
Tremo.nt, Pa., December 13. Several
days ago a party of Slavs were brought
here to work in the Philadelphia Coal and
Iron Company's collieries. Last night
was the tlrst time the new arrivals occu
pied the tenements provided for them.
About ten o'clock the building was bom
barded with stones. The inmates were in
bed at tho time, and fled to the mountains
In confusion. It is believed some of tho
Slavs were seriously If not fatally injur
ed. HE WANTED A WHITE ANGEL.
And Has Gone Where It la Hoped They
Baltimore, Md., December 13. Heze
klau Brown, a colored local preucher and
school teacher, was lynched at Howard
County last night. A few days ago
Brown married a white girl named
Schultz, with whom he had been Intimate.
The region where tho lynching occurred
is I n an inaccessible part of Howard
County and particulars are meager. Last
night a party of men secured Brown and
hung him. The girl-wife was an orphan
and weak-minded. This is the secoud
negro lynched in two weeks in that vi
cinity Funeral of Reuben E. Springer.
Cincinnati, 0., December 13. Tho
funeral of Reuben R. Springer took placo
at nine o'clock this morning without
pageant or display. Thousands pi per
sons assembled lu the neighborhood of
his residence to witness the obsequies. Ho
was taken to his tlnal restlug
palce as unostoutatiousy, according to
his request, as was possible. Early In
the morning there was sent to the resi
dence a most beautiful floral offering, con
sisting of a harp surmounted with ever
greens aud a white dove. Tho flowers
consisted of roses, tulips, lilies of several
varieties, mingled yellow and white. Tho ,
remains were interred iu St. Joseph Come'
tcry by tho side of his wlfo.
The Mandlebaura Acquittal.
Nicw York, December 13. "I am much
chagrined at tho facility with which
Mother Mandlcbuum and her two ac
complices have eluded Justice," wcro
tho words of District Attorney Oluoy
yesterday, and this expresses tho univer
sal feeling lu this city,
Steps will bo immediately taken to con
fiscate the property of tho Maudlubauuis'
bondsmen, aud the ouly outcome of this
prolouged and costly prosecution will bo
increased vigilance by tho authorities lu
'tho direction ot cutting off Canadian ro
(ugeen in future.
Latest iuvlc.es from Itarnltlon, Out,,
tire Mat thu Washington authorities ask
ed Die tioveinor (i neral to assort his
preiogativo aud handover the prisoners
hf me Culled Slates authorities without
extradition ns a mailer of luieruallonal
ooiirlesyj but tho request was Ignored.
Mr. Steele, Canadian counsel for tho
Maudlebaunis, will move to-day to recover
the jewels, whica are, valued al 84,ouO,
from tho customs authorities, as it is
generally thought that the seizure was il
legal. Mrs. Mandlobaum has separated from
th tm uea, bat aU thm wttt reuuU la
SLUGGERS KNOCKED OUT.
A Heavy Slugging Match at the
Crib Club IIouso In
Taxey Joyoo Taxes Tug Collins Beyond
His Power oi Enduranca Jotftny
Murphy Too Kuoh for Bob TaiToll,
Blanch, tba Marine, Pummels Jack
Green, of Bcs on Th: Gbves
in St. Louis.
Boston, Mass., December 13. There
was a slugging of the heaviest sort at tho
Crib Club last night. Tho rooms of the
club wero packed with men who bad
early paid from $5 to 810 to gain admit
taucc; for it was understood that there
was to be some U2ly fiahtln2. and uobodv
pas disappointed. The slugging began
with the first set-to. Tug Collins and
Taxey Joyce, who first cumo into the ring,
bounded at each other ferociously from
the start. The first two rounds were, on
the whole, to Joyce's advantage. In tho
third round, after some terrific slugging,
Joyce aimed a fearful blow at Collins'
head, which laid him out. Collins was
CARRIED FROM TUB KINO
apparently lifeless, and only by the vigor
ous use of restoratives was consciousness
restored. The light was awarded to
Joyce. A battle between Johnny Mur
phy and Bob Farrell followed, and was
hardly less terrific. It was heavy slug
ging. Farrell was badly punished In the
first round, and was knocked down in the
second. In the third round a sledge
hammer blow in the neck knocked him
out completely, and Murphy won. The
FIGUT OF TI1E EVE. VINO
was between Le Blanch, the Marine,
and Jack Green, of Boston. This, too, was
savage. Green forced the fighting. In
the first two rounds he opened a large
gash In Lc Blanch's forehead, and got
In several severe blows, but he was ter
ribly punished. The Marine went at him
like a tiger in the third round, and ham
mered him all over until the end of the
fight. Green was kuocked down by ter
rible blows In the fourth, fifth and
sixth rounds, but be took his punish
ment pluckily. When time was called
at the end of the sixth round, both
men were completely used up. Lo
Blanch won. Police Inspectors Ma
honey, Burley aud Houghton were pres
ent, but did not interfere with tho slugging-
The Gloves In St. Louis.
St. Louis, Mo., December 13. Ono of
the gamest soft glove affairs ever fought
iu St. Louis was enjoyed last night by a
few upper crusters who, being tipped tho
office, assembled at nine o'clock at a well
known sparring house. The principals
were a local, trained by Tom Kelly and a
New Yorker. Bulb have been some time
in preparation, and were as lit as fiddles.
The St. Ixiuls boy Is just of age, and
weighed 13j pounds, while the Eastern
man is 2 and tips the
beam at 130. The battle was
for a substantial purse, subscribed
for by patrons, and at the close a
contribution produced fifty dollars for
the loser. The New Yorker was game
as a pebble, but was out-fought from tho
start, his opponent not only having the
reach of him, but being smarter than
he both on his pins, and with the mlts.
There were nine rounds, with half-minute
rests, fought in all. In the middle of
the tenth the visitor threw up his hands
aud said he could not stand it any longer.
The time of U mill was eighteen min
utes. FOREIGN XKWS.
DUDLEY'S DOOM MITIGATED.
London, December 13. Captain Dud
ley and mate, of tho yacht Mignonette,
recently sentenced to death for killing tho
boy Parker and afterward respited, wcro
to-day sentenced to six months' imprison
NOT SUItrillSKD to learn.
Taris, December 13. Tho Telegraphs
says it Is not surprised at knowing that
the English steamer Glencoc, which lately
sailed for China bad a large quantity of
arms ou board for tho Chineso forces.
do not want ood in their hospitals.
Paris, December 13. Tho Chamber ot
Deputies yesterday voted tho army csti
tltnates. Tho amendment by Bishop
Trapp, opposing the abolition of Uio post
of chaplain iu military hospitals was re
jected by a vote of 385 to 116.
TUB DKTTKB PART Of VALOR.
Cairo, December 13. It Is reported
that the King of Abyssinia refuses to fight
tho rebels In tho Borghoss couutry and
A CHANG It or HEART
Causes a Perjured Wltnsas to Tell the
Lynn, Mass., December 13. The caso
of Louis G. Hollis, who is now ou trial
for subornation of perjury In procuring
false testimony agalust the chastity ot
his wife, Is developing sensational fea
tures. Yesterday Benjamin J. Soper tes
tified that his evidence previously given
Implicating Mrs. Mollis with ono Johu
lloiid was entirely false, and that ho was
led to contradict It from having expe
rienced religion. Ho and several others
make affidavit that Hollis hired them to
testify falsely. Tho caso was sent to tho
Does Not Meet With Favor,
Wasiiinoton, I). C, December 13.
Secretory Clmttdler has received a com
munication from a resident of lUltlnioro,
suggesting as a ineaiH ot raising funds
for the pedesUl of tho uartholdl Mottle
of I.ltiei'tv, that the Marluo Band be al
lowed to glvo a series of concerU In all
tho leading cities of the country. The
sugucstlon does not meet with favor at
the Navy Department.
Will ii't Up Monday.
MiLWAtiKEK, Wis., December 18. Day.
view Mills, with exception of the pud
dling mlH, start tin Moadap, gsrtef ,in
J g-aph Company ut Taeoina
the oil m , an i making an
an lnouirv la a
loud, Ins -l.'iit luno aiiout a cer.ain dis
patch, suddenly drew a pistol and fired at
Miss Griu'gs, wno was standing only a
few yards away. Tho ball just grazed
the young lady's head. Beal mado an at
tempt to shoot again, when ho was grap
pled by a telegraph operator, who pre
vented tho weapon being u-.ed until Heal
was overpowered. Ileal Is evidently
crazy, for since the shooting ho h;n be
come raving ir-id. Heal is a promlne-it
business man of Tacoimi. The shooing
created an Intense sensation. Beal has
boon committed to tuu asylum.
KILLED 111 It OA HE
And Attempted Suicide to Hide Her
Milwaukkk, Wis., December 13. Not
long ago a yonng and pretty Polish girl,
Frauclska Struchowska, seventeen years
of age, arrived from Poland, and went
to reside with tho family of Valentino
C. Zorskl, relatives. She belongs to a
noble family, and had received an ex
cellent educatlou. She was betrayed by
the son of a wealthy land owner, and
forced to fly from the wrath of her
father. While here she was introduced
In and became a leader of the best
Polish society. Yesterday afternoon sho
gave birth to a child, and crazed by her
disgrace, she stabbed tho child iu tho
neck with a pair of scissors uutil dead.
When discovered she made an attempt
at suicide, and was put under surveil
lance. A HEAVY UTJUULAttT.
A Bold Thief Makes a Big Haul and Es
capes. Newark, N. J., December 13. Last
night, as Miss Louisa, daughter of T. W.
Dawson, eutered hor room, which she
had left eight minutes before, she saw tho
drawers of her dressing-case open and
and contents scattered about. Her ex
clamation brought the entire family to
her room, when It was found that every
room on that floor had boeu rausacked,
and jewelry to tho value of about 9 10,000
taken besides $200 In cash. Tho tliief
gained admission from the roof of tho
piazza, aud from the print on the window
sill, was evidently in his stocking feet.
No clew to Uio perpetrators has been
Shot in a Quarrel About An Overcoat.
Dayton, 0., December 13. In a quar
rel yesterday about an overcoat Juo. M.
Murphy, a merchant,shot Samuel Vanuat
tee In the groin. Tho wounded man was
taken to the hospital. Tho doctors can
not tell uutil to-day whether bo will die.
L1TI IIF1 L LD COU N T KltFElTEIt.
An Alleged Coneyman Arrested, Tried
Springfield, III., December 13.
Deputy United States Marstf.l Darwin,
arrested Ed Whitaker near Buuker Hill
yesterday, on a charge of having
counterfeit coin in his possession, and
brought 111 i ii to this city last ulght
Whitaker was examiued this morn
ing by United Slates Commissioner
Bradford. He admitted having the coin,
that he bought it of Jaeoi) Wadrup, oi
Litchfield, wlio Is in jail here for
uttering counterfeit money. Thero was
no evidence iu show that Whita
ker passed auy of tho "coney,"
and ho was discharged. Waldrup was
examined, and failing to give $l,uw bail,
was sent to jail. He Is the alleged de
tective woo voluntarily worked up lim
counterfeit case auainst Barney Brewing,
ton, of Alton, and Thomas Hcutucriy, of
A Kansaa Conflagration.
St. Marys, Kan., December 13. A flro
broke out at 12:20 this morning In the
grocery of Mueller & Debacher, burning
down two rock and six frame stores. Tho
losses are as follows i A. Urbansky,
840,000; Insurance, 315,000. Mueller &
Debacher 82,000; Insured. Johu U'Elan
agan, printing olllce, 81,500; no insur
a.ice. Mrs. Palmer, O.suOj no
Insurance. S. Weit, 825. M.
Hinder, $100. II. C. Linn, 8500; no
Insurance. Barney Sheridan, damage to
stock, 8500; insured, Total loss, 817,
300; Insurance, 810,600. One man,
Alva Hlgby, the PoUce Judge, Is miss
ing. Ho Is supposed to have been
killed in the I'rhansko building. An
other man, Edward Byron, had bis
hands badly burned by au explosion of
Depot on Fire.
Philadelphia, Pa., December 13
Tho passenger railway depot, corner
Forty-first and Market street, a two-story
building, was" entirely destroyed by flro
this morning. Tho loss can not be slated.
Tho flro is uot extinguished.
Supplying a Lonff Felt Want.
Milwaukkk, Wis., December 13. A
meeting of -prominent Democrats last
evening decided to buy tho defunct Globe
aud tnuko it a Democratic daily.
A magnificent bed ot coal Is being
worked twelve miles from Marshall, lu
Saline County, Mo.
Louis Autuko, a well-known traveling
man of Qulucy, 111., committed suicide
by taking morphine.
Ex-Governor Long, of Massachusetts,
gives reasons why the people of his Slate
Javortho Mexican treaty.'
Two Oregon cowboys tied one hand
behind them aud fought a duel with
knives, in which both wero killed.
Koprcsontallvcs ot tho press and artistic
professions will give a dinner to Mine,
l'atli this evening lu New York.
Tho health couloreiico ut Washington
listened to tho reading of a bill that Con
gress will be requested to pass.
Congressman O'Neill of Missouri says
ho has uot been to Albany, as reported. It
must have been some other O'Neill.
Kansas Democrats will present the
mtinoof General C. W. Blair, of Leaven
worth, for Secretary oi tho Interior.
Tho dllTei'in.'cs between the contend
ing tartiO'is in Ihe Ohio & Mississippi
Railroad to in puny Inivo been seitled.
Tho subnuirli.e telegraph cable between
Senegal sd 1 Krauco has oceu completed,
and the first message was sent yesterday.
A celebration of tho election of Cleve
land and Hcudrh ks toi 'i place at hades
Uiu, H. C, lu ihe evening tuu ciiy ws a
blaze of lights.
Tho dinner glvou by tho Kxecoilvo Com
Bilttoo of tho Now York MorebanU' and
BfUtM Men's ClovehuKl Ml.tioafitxa
Comb was pawl afiaUs
is maiingcr of tho Western
v V IU LI i
Tni ni(i r i wt v ru. A in m r vt ol tor ty,
ptreniMu mill le icson t uirt ore ccoiiumlcal
ilmt iir lony ldn1. arm ca i ot be mild n Cum
pet linn Hiih the niulti udi- of low (em, abort
weight, lutn o i lxipphMt' pi wrier Sold only
Ii can. Kl'VAL HAKI ' 0 H W'D H CO.,
loii Wa I st e-.;t. Nhw York.
A . cue i. .il. u 8 uiient Limin, n'cide
Ph CI Al outer i.t , crlUl) tu n movvd 'I b
tnpucity or the ui ri'teivnir Ik r.ne-th to mure than
any i.tbcr lump. Tin Be lami a bv- been thorough
ly tete i ami have itlven uiny real aatlntattton.
lo one can ad .n to do w ibo t erne, an I hnve pat
the pruc d u to $4.0 , witblu tu nacb ot all.
HKaart i; U-.na.ercial .., - - CAIRO, ILL.
l. e. falconer,
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II ?i lie Cases.
4c , 4c.
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Ao. 12 Oth St. Cairo, 111
(success r to dirts' T Ntwl ndaud
ll. T. (iel'tiuld )
Plumbeii Steam and Gas Fir'
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
vein h Md.,
CAIRO, : :
Ddvo Well Frcc nnd Lift Pump farnlahad anS
out up. Avunt for tho .olobraled
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP
hfbi'l ump ever inventod. 'ew Gaa Flttares
untnher' to order. Oil fixtures repaired and
tir Jiilioing promptly attended to 819-tt
FLOUR, GRAIN AKD HAT
l,Vyptiaii Floarinir Wills
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TTfM r? fr work1' pooVa Suud 10 cnts
11 FjIj I ri ''' "n'' " WB wl" Will von
4 ' 1 froa r y., vMuan Minpln bra of
a i.il- Mint "I 1 1'"1 v"" ''i tt e wt ol muting mure
money In a f" Uny tbuu von tier tbouulu puail
bent mo lm-li '. i nplul n t riilruJ. Yon
c . I nt h inn an won. In , re u e nly, or
ii ,. , . . i .( ... f al ..( giaa
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Ii in n ' I b, nrnlk'lo'1 ff" TU
win) u Iran a ewi -i iil ol tupay (or lbs
t ouIiIh n wr.tiiu n. full parti o'ara.ulrao Ions,
etc., aunt rNi. mtnunne pay abeoluta y inro tot
all vho start at oiim. Dutridelav. Adorno
HUM HUH CO., Pertlaad, Halite.
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