Newspaper Page Text
. " I -/i
OfI Casr D'Aleme lMies and a Widow
Weighs 300 Pounds.
Fort Keogh Letter in the ('hicao Tribune.
The Coeur D'Alene Mines are creJting
a dm a "all I f La n 4"elx d , 4 r, hh a sI
been made, which is likely to prove
nearly as valuable as Alder Gulch. The
reports from the new diggings are all t
favorable and gold is found from the
in Northwestern Idaho. They are die
tant from the Northern Pacific aillroad
at the nearest point south thirty.five
The mines were discovered by MrJ
Pritchard, We ** i tbd l Butte City0
Montana. He gave the name to Pritchj
and creek and locatedthe discovery claim
now known as "The Widow's Property."'
The wid )w is Mrs. Edgarton, of Butte
City. She had an idea there was gold
up somewhere in the Cteur IYAlene
dp & him
mount and prosptr and located
"The Widow." The widow is now at
Fort Corer D'Alene, waiting transporta
tion over the mountains. She is a very
lare woman, weighing over 300 pounds.
She offered $200 to anyone who would
take her to the 1 *as but no one would
undertake the job.
The mining city is called Eagle, and is
located on Pritchard creek. Eagle has
about 900 inhabitants already. and thq
population is increasing at the rate of
da. A new town, Tone City,
to the mines. A traveler just from that
point gives the tlolowing points: All
thelumber at the mines has to be cut by
hand with whip-saws, and lumber is
worth $150 per 1,000. Laboring men
were receiving 5 per day to work on
cabina. All Ilobdr provisions are
scaree and high, and board of any kind
was $4 and $ per day. Flonr was $0
and N0 per barrel, all meals $1 each,and
SThexctement is beco.ning very great
all along the Pacite coast and throe
Tl ere are as many men now
(3raAlene as should be there th
winter, and perhaps more.
The Two Vred ea.
N. Y. Oor. Inter Ocean.
Speaking otthtlUte.tmatters, Fredd
---'ebWrdt is no longer the companion of
Mrs Iangtry. He is now going aboqt
town with his brother-in-law, Freddy
Neilson. They are seen at the theatres
" Tb t 8bIbS~ai, and
not nfrequently iebhadt goes with
NeIlso down town to his office to keep
the broker company while he indult
the fality otbelag told that he resem
bias the Pdra of Wales, though in fact'
be is mehob better looking than the head
at the British arocracy. He is tall,
well ands,sad He is a mem
ber e X twelro
sand Bveas ke a you this,n
becoms thse ass is iatrinat lly in
slbtset sdrto add the o that
as br rydid not gai, but ae
wesbiltlb a h y. Ab w years as
his in ahis
e was 1ahis mind. Then he
i* wl br Gebbardt's sister.
sawod shin a w months. The
Ins! Las&datm of-h tt hppened t ha
Wi"h . •
a. 1 saonr tnn as. .. maO sad a .rems.
tis as bers mnio Oe h t,
t:at s through. Trhe
Isaw Woith come fom his plajg
Is talk with a person of ilm
es. he had anished and
* i will think e a
"Mr. Worth, you will dosooahlnK
eMr. WortS give me just
N At thet moment, forit sena
his te First one,
s him " hel4 mue a
a. asse IunLi
of Maseschusetts, Rhode Island, and
even across Connecticut to the blue line
made on the southern horizon by Long
nlaand., in New York State, was to be
.lhe most faoime ind,local traditions
have spaima from this old hose Itt v
was cut up in all sorts and numbers of f
odd shaped rooms, and the fire on the
hen Ieth a brned fbr aore teln
one hub e ears. h fet this was the t
souree ftije.pld buildinpi ruin, for the (
Cont=f Lii ~b eting of thl stouewoik in
the jkat @h hhn'ney charred the oaken I
6oior timber above until finally the
flames burst odt d, oilsmuned the struc
ture. For 62 years it was use4 asaw
h r, ilsad it was the occasio.oqf ji.
Washingti's s ijourn at the '& Bull"
that led y £r6tpl , 'to dub tiue
hill upo I which it stood. WIhal tton
Heightk ___ .. . " .
she Weas T ,
.,Dett Free Preu.
iSked'ci op beom the depot ons car
in soapmun with a young ars who had
, rwtiltig hpt r arrival from (lnchi- I
M'nt , a ttej'14d chrely taken lests I
f u a,you est havw bad an lwfu.l
'i"Oti aceomit'p the'hihr water. How
sW e.t ver, were you?"
i'"Ob not fa~"
' Iid tbhe 'wlitt oLne up and around
. believe s,. At lest, I bas l bee
boys ayi.'Aeou..n about the base,
e been t gratid bht.terri.
S',.resame do," she answered itth a
Pd bouls have to bring you.pio
d th ll, nol I forgot to ask
I papa, but preame theydid."
'`IAid Vtasa't there danger of the LoteU
dmlofml of the house giving way?"
I' mI t bei was, but we kept four
"f s.reur we let.temn wor
I qI / t I !! . ....
d see the whole iaindation
I 17low, Isuppose?"'
S radmt I could have, had I tlooked
"h. .l sie, yp. 4n':g seem to lave
It o p: t.e .igbtast inttrust in. the af
"Andb q xld cqPh l, Yo.exwpct me to l
when I d three e#w hovels sent me
aik"kla ~I had.to decido, betwien
dtr-'iarriage? Theie as a
or -something, puld they
lAto' ve back from the leyee or
e ; nd- lots "of people lost all
i some meh thing, but please
Sd'aldlt' bout it. Suck thinls make
P metired!" . !'l ,I/
:1 : ; . i . 7 ' . .•' . " .
I ''' ' lark TA me., ,
I', "i the ecpreisegfle the otler day a
P wehmanwes an gmrnghh sulto dothes
hada pen atur ~y'bild head eat belde
r t:ip ars ck.4, ewiti g h'n he e estk
kn bnd. trat, A Tribuae representative
.ij dM iuti ihd asked'
il 'bi f o egme. .eei
, ts W'at be parler. y lfe
,ea ,'g a, l iet, II tt'. ,
"Back to Ohier, Ashtabnly county."
blid whom y desir her to e
" "Wall,, none in n I've
4 *' *I fT ?
,I 'a o, . , bry a i ,,,
. asp eyg- an
L J' , I 1K , .. '... 1: ;' 1
.1rr , i 1
~lwl at Ilrado ,'
Ba uramdt-a, ,, e.:Id ..
ns*·ul mdis 1 1
STORIMS AO111T ANIMIALS.
The Shriko w as Btleher. 1
F1se t and trewas..
Some weeks ago, I t1tud ih a thicket
what appeared to be the remains of a
finch. The bird was suspended by the d
neck in a crotch, and the back of its it
head and its brains Were wantingk T
thought it might possibly be the wOn bf
the great northern shtikhs At asy rate, a
the bird was bung up ip a very butcher- p
like marner. I have knrown several in- t(
stances of the shrike's breeding in this
S- ik Usielag ti
Forest and steeag.
A man by the hname of Taylor, who has
a ranch sir miles west of the head of
Cattle Creek, in Colorado, is building an b
inclosure, which will contain over 3.000 t]
acre, for the purpose of raieing deer and
elk for the Eatwn market, as curiosities 0
for perhl etc. The fence is to be s4tesn P
lee high. Heexpects to complete the e
park by next fill, is time to catch the
deer and elk as they cone from the
mountain/. Hb will leave gaes over the e
trails, and is oobtidedt he can catch all
he wants. Mr. Tayloresys youngelker C
deer will sellreadtly in te jlsatorrtl(. °
A Patett Dgq'- Tall.
Weblhgtm tar. ti
An application, purporting to be pigay
ed by CoL Maurice Piachover, has been b
sent to' thelTnited States Patent Office
for a patent for an. adjustable da( tall. ii
The applieatin caimmthat all dogs, who,
either by nature or accident, are minus
a tail, encoulter great difficulties in 0
turning sharp eoraers, as their t neer of
gravity is tlhrOwn'too near the 'foreleg,
and they coiequerit.y have tp go iltow
or.lone tbir . Trr eh propesQd tali
can be astend to the saup, ad, as
the dog nu to the right,the tail will
tend t throw his rear to the left, thus
enabhng him to turn easily and rapidly
with losing his equilibrium.
earm.ea 3y a fats eeaakr.
Baa Frenesoo Call.
A lady writing frhor taniarvtille,' No
,lada County, Cal., relates an incident of f
alittledrhil having been charmed by a
ttleasake; as follows: "I was working i
:a 4 iy itlchen when I was startled by a
loil scream from my little boy, four
r years old., dnaskang the emme he said,'
1 O'h, mmma, a bit snakel I mshed
the door and, iil q h wl n,
almost paralysed ,with horrtr, I cQuld
only gaze on an awlArl sight hlet my
eyes Ten feet from me, ac on the door
step tothq wpodphe4, seoo0l m hby a
toy, twentytswo months old, gaapug, 's 1
if Bacinated, upon a lage rattlesnake,
which was coiled in rontof him about
Stwo feet away,ad was gently moving
its head back andforth, leikiag at thle
child with eyes like flame. 'My screams
frightened It, and my 4aughter twelve 1
eas of ae ran past me and caught her
iittle brher ut of the way, when the I
gt ilded swiftly awdy. The child
" ' P d, fora long time, da as d a n
B - ..
' Y ir orJl Morning JduaYi i l:
At the seveath Precint Station House
in Greenoinit, yesteday m omd, there
was sxeuted a larfe' New!k!n 4l dog
e about three yeas ., namuned "Prince."
r He las the prope~t of Harry Watts,
i"who zesld4 i Mi hstftlaaiaiventda, ess i
Wi heAbhe. auimai, ws queite I
6f r t tl ws nioc tlhhite had habit
ally aotmasga It was. thought by his
e e ertbhitthe dog had merely a'playful
had no intention of biting
g [~.ld became older, however, it
Sptieded that this habit 9f biting grow
, ppen him, ati finally he was looked
.a nmposa vIaco On aturday aight last
d he bit Joseph Morria, a resident of
.1 Gteapoimom thbhand, ipiceg a so
* "Priaos' fdledml !th the dog', life
is'heldd bferted. "Prise·d' was4taen
S dindthem big wcWrhlm a' bolanithy.,
- hi'iial - harte thitteeets pa . ns
dpIn~ ne.-. ' ' I
• . - I·N: ,,, ii ,
' - t h " '' U• h"' • . I:.
I te e ddly.sao -a , ., _rip n
tea inr rthlia"ns s#nap, ,hli' hpmo a
ia@ botliow1Iog aise. I piop 4' ,dbingt
lh beiea msanch.l i uteeepd i,. hiq
that hd idt no4t Tle ti
ik Z4 If l h. He e
dI j' tlwiaui 'Wol issla. I"ge hd!e
UEakhtebiwel~ weti le
•tnst ' ,at.ihf, ,his
The tie I
__.. s t inlg palm
Ag..... A.a2. t,
REMINISCENCICS OF ROCHESTER.
The yalas of tie oiea4 aard Am ~alch's rim
ra.tal Leap-da of Its. mtlnes eas us
t and its GrL Magattede. a
The present floods, which are either it
devastating or thrqateinnt the t'otldtry
in every diytiotld ate jualy cause for
f iat4eheilen. No matter whether they di
come euddenly or by low degees., they ail
are, in either ease, a great evil and much n
to be dreaded, and yet America will al
ways be troubled by the e sp*rizo dver
flows. Phably one of thi nmost disas
trons that was edr known; oauried it a
ttochester, N. Y., tbout twety years ago. l
The eameese river, just above the hls,
where Sam Patch midd his fnal and h6
tal lap, 'eeame cospletely blockaded v
n by ice. forming an iupaessble dam, sad
0 the, water comfig down the Genesee os
Sriver overflowed the ptinipal portion e
, of the dity of Rochester. This dtataMts- b
n phe would bare been tepee ted the pre
e ent year had not the energy ana fore
e sight of the city authorities prevented
e iL The writer haipeine'to bein iocna of
e eter at that time and. wae reatl inter- I
I eated in the manzstr as which t;ia great
r catastroplie was averted. Every fw
moments, a roar like the peals of than- fo
der or the booming of cannon would be
hea4and inontertoaeethit blasting pro
sets, twe writer went to. the top of the
new Warner buisdiin, wbiih overlooks Si
the (enesee river. From here he was au
not only enabled to see the proces an
Sihteruptkdly, but also the'ntagnflcent sy
buildingtwhtch hs jaut beea eompleted.
e /'his ii unquestionably the finpest build
i. ing devoled to busiues and.gpanufactur
, ing purposes in America, being entirely Ri
fireproof,eightstories highad containing re
over four and a quarter acres of flooring.
Mr. Warner treated yous correspondent
very courteously, and in the connie of as
the conversation said : -
L "We are doing a tremendous busineles ti
Sand are far behind in our orders,. This 1
SIithe season of the y ebnti people, Rl
so matter how strong ther donstitution be
may be, feel, more or less, the paiet and r
indispositi6n, the headaedhK colds, aen- a
ralgia, rheumatism, dull .pains, sore
thioats, coughs-all the 1,001 ills that
flesh is heir to come this time of the da
yepr, if at all. It ie:naturl, tbprefore, T
tat we, should be vety hby. This is
-ecally true of oiir life Rheumatic
ri, and it is crowding s'very, sharply
Sfor a new rmedy." -. I
a "Singular, but Ihad forgetten that you m
Sdo ot advertise tocute all diseases frem 0
one bottle, as is done generally by manu y I
other medicine men, but l supposed
IT Warner's Safe Care was fd the cure of P
l, rheumgalem."' .
'. And an it.has been unfil our teuedy
Sthih '~te especially for. rheutatimsn a
d and neuralgia, was itroduced. We have d
y been three years perfecting this new
r remedy. Study flrdt taught us there c
were certain powerful elements in War
ner's Safe Cure, bettep.kiownas Warner's
e, Safe Kidney and a;i'er fture; that made
u wonderful cures an . chtonic and acute
t-rheumatism, but dunrin our investiga
e tion, we learned of a remarkable uenre at
s a celebrated s-rings, and put experts to
,e investigate ana found that the springs py
or did not contain any valuable properties, a
1 but the course of treatment that was
id being giv~ii there was perforniing all the
Sbenefit. By carefully combit:In: the ac- C
tive principles of this remedy .fiti our
Safe cure. we have pi+iduced our Safe
Rheumatic Cure, and the cores it as ef- O1
sJeting, are simply wonderful, and 1 do t,
doubt it will become as popular as oar It
s' "'You seem to talk freely in retard to r
re your renmedies and appear to have no Pe
gg crets, Mr. Warner."
` "None whateveat The phricisa with a
his hundred calls and one lhundred dis
eases, is neceasarily compelled to g uess r
as at. arentdeal We as enabled to fol
te low up and perfect, while phyi anU1i a
it only exlerpment with their huc pa- s
tients.aaP hiadred diesew. -t s thoe
" ordinary physician the code .lga,ý,itim
is down, so that if he makes a di.coverv,
n} he tsnbound to uriv it so the other phy- a
sicians, which, of course, diseoqr t ,
Svetiaaion, a great extent. This is
pw wyiitlihask 'dico+ertes n9 iifedicidaV
e scienee of late years have bees.plas b
chenmis and scetiate and otb ph
of eiin, id it in at ieu W Ol
Sthgreat value ot our meu ,A
l remnkraihl t o~ , dor oifse
Stom who make a qrspddi dtilomeir.4
diessese." - * -
"And yftr fld th ~ u are cufring as
B et Pa.numbr o peoPIe as ever be-.
S.:'Y ,a r rei iabet. W·eav er i
adso ranch of oury melee now anid
ut heae ,'hy the t .
rfte dre, err aro er
i'nieeerk'sre roe ofit
Sr tn , -e.iw dlv as wonderfl as
heese1.'l I:I In"1' ' te
h A gawky' boy
- thep thqe deyan4,,me
--t0 wha z,,as, titl'i1 th.
: ~t... t . ' t,
S . •: l ( ..
Cealcsls First Clsiets· P
the Chic~go hbune, in cc a
elaborate article on Hon. Carter T.
rison, Mayor of that city, gives the f ro
lowing as d1r. Harrisonl's o,inion of it. bOr
Ji,.obe Ol: "When I tiretfound myd Lr
suffering from the rleunttiam my lead it
ing thought naturally was to dll a phyu The
icino, but my theigh bors All adtiseme m
try .t. Jacobe Oil, the (heat Germas )
Remedy. I procured some of it imme- ha'
diately, and found it excellent for that
Why oese Inadias Were eas )peolpateds.
1Vhtis) t& Indian lacroeie team was
in England last summer a lady wrote ms
asking the nmreAndaddreeofeach red- e,
shin as she wllhed to send them little aln_
gifts. The Indians espcted something
very materal, but hset week the Farcel
arrived by mail and aentained a number
of little volumes, printed in E , all
ed "Weighty Words mote the ta"
being seletihbne of te~t froth the New
1 itiheit, T'he Itdlbans are all Romah
the beet and oldest medicine for cure
of liver diseases is Dr. lanford's Liver
The order of Sisters of Charity was
founded %y ct. Vincent d Pliu, in 1e14.
t ana ometpe to t i,
Nasa Cat "' hirnesn ie die fo
u with te r ap or
ofI thbt~w o.me. th.sr and"clen
rmnen.'.Jfdti N. Pa .' 14 N. V. Av.,
s. W., Washingtom, I~. C. APre ~ ceyutl
The firpt tupnel was. made by, M.
Rignanf at 1liaeros, France, in the
reign of Louis XI1'.
-When you visit or eavePlew Yorslty, !
r aveba~e e1st me s~nd ardqg hire, L,
ard stop tGAND UIt" Hto :, eppe hop
ti.e 0ralCentral D 8t; e00 elegant Ii, "'
fitted up at a cost of ..,0,00, redteeq to
flsnd upwards per ay. gurope.an. and
Elevator. Restaurant unpplied wit thes
belt. Horsecars, stages and elevate rall* ori
roads tc depots. Familleb s a live better
for less money at the GOrAMn i mop BrrtE
then at any other rst-lsoe betel ths ottt.
The Ohio ri-er, when taken at its flood +
does nct lead oht to certain fortune.-in.
PILESt FLM S PILESS '
ftr esrs for Blind, Bleeding Pad Itag
Piles. O x has earemd rtet u sie
ye rs' etasmRal Noa, mawd maer Ave
IP uts after n Wllim's India Plle
COtisst. It ta r ers, hMlsy in
lag, a b as gou.t e_ ot l_t.
Prepared onlyltpr ci, tf plc! rivate
r Brt,notblagf-e. Agtled
3. AT. Cou g , St. io. 1 !
It is impossible for a pawnbroker to be L
a drunkard. He takes the pledge every
"Reaih ea Couthe," S5..,::e.. s., aL 'ruven
Coml.cplrte" ore I..ou. HoarAee. sore Thru&.
ltr.AI Tens.-The Army and Navy Liniment
I positively take the soreneesout of Spavia.
Rlingboe. Splint or Curb, and stops their
Parties visiting St. Louis and wishing pleas
ant and atisfactory aooomtmdations, will do
well to step at the People's House, No. IS North
Fourth steet, (opposite Court House). Rooms
iUc to 61 per day. Street cars oonvenlebt to j
Sall part of th9 te . S. CAIRBS, Proprietor.
SKINNY MEN. "wla ailth aesewer" ncore.
r health 1,d * g.r, carea typeii, Impotence. *t .
Measmui's Pept.n c Dae Teele, the
only prenpratlon ot beet enetatang its .irea-,
mm, id~uplmcrt. . It onmtatus blood--maotg, by
for nlre agstd eft) niopert-s;
r1nu18 Joe le Iadtget, ysperpeli herv-.
ous ortration and allformeof gone blld -
"t lonallenfeebledndktlons ed tethe
) re!totooxhaua.on,mewo asrao tr
Swrk, or acutedb eia , ir f ttln_ l
SCv-o, r ne.Jew York. 8p by
"Reooah e Teeth Ahe." Ask for It tr-r.a
B rehr. queck cure. Ir. iTra skr. 4r
DI. IAQtJUI4 g IMR, Wi~ GAK mii,
I il m dae worms a . ,g p get the
ah an1d owC s sat Y and e, · sF g r.t
er. Sd by alli, N~ hrM mtakd de s1111 c
, :m rm mM wisoY m
i ,iir" , i t , kDeyli ; g
w,. ;lllt allhareini
_ l1 .
Wm ~ c~
ti ~ ~ ~ ~ i STOPY uAY Tmgi~t47as
:.1 I~ L
S. - ' i(~"rE~:
I, ·U .
1Fr a tenl Irt the eetal. t1ltrb A. nothing so
riikld aa" Mit, Itenedy for ('atarrh.
Two, weeks ago hbtterfliel. were nurnr
erous in England, peas were alxve the
Sround, and rsses were in leaf.
it k.letl with Sore Ryes, use Dr. Isaac
T fpona RyE. Wat.ir. Dluggtits sell it. 21
An as is not latimiied unless his cars
have a cWpienous place in the pires:
Sioa.4 ' ens 'icayune.
a y aesn be k d for Cowaig
la ~cble of the Throat. thln
**So paa PrIce Zi cts. fold
Great In mldt have recently been
e made in Ca b thei 5t natural bair re
newer, and now It b absolutely perfect as an
exquisite and IedbttullDfumeU hair dreh -
e sing and restor.t. *kSM n s
S 1TiE G EAE LEIiRMAN
H~e ari e •as
ri Sciatica, Lit t
n swamiCu. dsles.,
S TRIIIS, AcALS,
rlr'V CENTS A lITTLE.
SThe Cherls A. Vaelr Co
I e....... V0 .1t " v
Ce o. I ilaat erEadl. a
e. ris an htin W m
rIbora ttofactory than dynamita and ant. and u olia
au tie ol atabdit laode.. It eIt ca lk lodorl pr
by are. Can le1 h lao parts. (neft r of Wli
0 be w etap!.l.."I tabd hot ela). at esi rr. yi rot
I Intmt.l attb.. Lee fitbrenain Mrengtadlldt.tlifodl.
e c ,Ipiri'e.-. A rarvlng oflIlprcen to t.err e powder.
A latl,.'.okf' the(utnpanr l4111 for ae OIt tefitlhi.
oral., to uvestor,. .nlt or.lir., or Lr leirc"lanr, to
i. l .I5 s, POWD leri.,e te,
Ioy .) a ~em mALR t.,LhaaoT f m ,o
1 IM A e l fll i tl a TWO a tiltn
ither with TALL Aýt rTItEATSlgl . tl UJiaaao,
Eap~r 'a r.) 0 ainrena su
I"A. t. icTuM Is haJiar.1T1. I . i
!ISteel,, e4 oPet
1. :-I! t.. ALL DALERS tbht the r ood
e whls, wil ata.
o leeges fiuretic
NUO., guu ao lti.nu.ant,
P-" _ tbelddneysnei
thor xtee, wnor
' long ilti iupill
ie b.y Iatotteer'I
.This Se medicine
I eero the , euas
b radeballi Drug me DIe m
ku ama. " " oain s. Owes..m. .
l -,,,iil ..-- RoR 1HA eoasia
SI : ATTEh ram asse
i ..,mr- r
.. .. . .PR...t. .
' ' -
S#REWD FARUWD AMe'Twwg
tu.tir a Ih~wgdpia.d ls.ýi. : pr.
*ftsff eew .iý. s. heir
" y [ýYk~tit tL'Aitym we ran,
`'Ipinsou'f Ueel~e qemeý'tpmdkqjat. ý "' e
1 9.· iArk N·Ai&Z ~ -, ~ 00l~ LL.~
P· , . i .·'C *·e s . ' .
1 -A AP t .~z, .1 '_ ' j"e ; O ' T
i. rO.l'llq ·P
". _ I..II 's .J 0 1 * OS
, ºtla eiqIh
u r ~ et( e4 N*
. . r , , . . ..~ -
i t! v R ' lr º tltlt
f' . t ofý ýt/t
li rPzrrf, ,
4 llt .4l, Att'y, Wthe lrt~on. D. C.
lato rytIloot A ibl..sO- Ct4l.ca e.
An MONT d as oard for 3 litve YV mi
- o% W. Ztl & d: Co.. ChIcalo. 1rU
CasA.. L. IiI$Il
blood dsl p s. t~ ~u~ P ,I¢ ', o..E t. Lit. ,ed _
Aer. Sendfor 0Jrcuia esti mr ila. J.
LOOSEI k C0., Monrr.. Mich.
may tou qe. A rwrtaln rure.Not e.xpm n~ ice. Th .re
ln the H -tad . I1"ao ,la ne. 1 u") ,, )laa Itay F ever. ale.
irtly cenll t. e l :y al r ja 'a.-.: s. ar ,. l.. n I.l.
Fiy ' Acen. i HA N. . W arren. Pa
Snd f e a dr, ueur.a'ow t man~
kI. lowo iu p~li. . IlDmaL
·ntwl $81.000. ? StrIk aay."
seek IN' hie :) th-re is Glewaynt rl(advarke. Ben
"co i ,1rpg mot, l e eI1l. d eoeoml I0
ti y tlam. R EWAIR EnlRe
to sell the beat
l fr m l e vrrl ib ented. W ll
kata ?r nl asaraantqsw l/ses sad Toe comlete
(na u -tar It rll als i, t a t a1etL voaretr t oi r .
Lsai i whic there I- alwayl a r 4ed, mret*. IBend
bI olmuja and terrms to t se Twroibto lp Kttb
M , 1 Tr.mon Iret. asrPlo mans
r sf tWu tal r.tr. nrp't tlr. Apust nt d Nary
1. lsp tl te Tmnalrh"1 ail' .* sta Il/ tome au'e
ul s ganalr . v .,r1l.. ,n ia tr ,."A ttbs ntlr lNas.y
l /a e D r battle. lrAgel pII.t eatl Nt el . v f r. m s the
% vIeadd S al6 aslald 4t emylame.
,LL D S T P TIM S . 4 " - 80
*rl1" • ak / i a - ,i a .trr t t l ... f
.LL 3fIN$Th. PRICER $ TS A 803.
YN. Y73nttio. A 4 I
O a" lb.
. "ro-ie o I a
-stractml a th art rt t ag uei a~wg ",de
et7tmlgaYseae *hol| I eaI i.
a har 1 a Ds oe vi e
"Is::tar bd Is t5y nr b #i '
1 re 1 a 4'
. - * 1