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ABOUT THE ELECTIONS.
An Almost Complete Reversal In
Taeamaay landed the Biggest Plom In IU
Victory la Ureater New Vork City
Ketariu From Some of the
Memiclpal Contest In Greater New
Nw York, Xov. 3. The result of
the first municipal election in Greater
New York city completely reverses the
conditions of 1800, when McKinley's
plurality in the same territory was
S,865. The plurality of Van Wyck
xammany candidate lor mayor, is
about 85,000, and the entire ticket is
elected with majorities ranging from
70,000 to 100,000. Coler's plurality over
Fitch, republican, for comptroller, is
over 100,000. Both Van Wyck am:
xler were tree silver adherents in
Alton B. Parker (dem.), for judge of
the state court of appeals, carried
Greater New York by 100.000. and his
total plurality over Wallace (rep.), be
low the Bronx river, will not be less
than 108,000, ensuring his election and
democratic success in the state.
Snch a rush to the polls has never
been known, except in presidential
years Rainy weather failed to dampen
enthusiasm. The registration was ab
normal. The total of 567.256 was only
11, 452 behind that of 1894. Last year
only 6.d6 per cent, failed to vote for
president, and the estimated total vote
this year of 528,000 shows that the fall-
iag off does not much exceed that of
The vote for Tracy, the republican
mayoralty candidate, was divided by
the candidacy of Seth Low upon aciti
sens' ticket. Low was second and
Tracy third in the contest. The George
vote was inconsiderable. The death of
its leader evidently disintegrated his
JUDGE ROBERT A. VAN WYCK.
Mayor-Elect of Greater New York City.
following, and thousands evidently
oted for the Tammany candidates. It
Is claimed that young George lost many
votes through the failure of inspectors
to affix his paster to mayoralty tickets.
The unofficial vote for mayor is as
Van Wyck 235. R00
The vote for Van Wyck is about 44.25
per cent, of the total vote cast, or less
than the 45.21 per cent cast for Bryan
in 18SMS in the same territory.
The united vote for Low and Tracy
shows 14,127 more than Van Wyck re
ceived. The' rcetropolitian district is
nominally democratic, and the plural
ity for Van Wyck is a return to normal
conditions in an election not influenced
'y national issues.
Returns From the State.
Albany, N. Y., Nov. 3. The com
pleted returns from the state, coming
in slowly, demonstrate that the repub
lican landslides of the past two years
have been reversed, if not by giving as
large a majority for the democrats at
least by changing something like 240,-
O00 votes. Gov. Black s plurality in
the state last year was over 200.000.
John Palmer, the republican secre
tary of state won the year
previous bv over 100,000. The indica
tions are that these enormous plurali
ties have been swept away and a reverse
plurality of between 30,000 and SO.OOO
given. The greatest surprises of the
returns are the great gains made in
the assembly by the democrats, many
of them being in counties and districts
-where there was no expectation ou the
part of democratic managers of win
ning. The returns indicate that the
republicans will still control the as
sembly, although by a largely de
More surprising, perhaps, than the
returns on the state and assembly dis
trict tickets, were results of the muni
cipal campaign in the large cities.
New Vork, Buffalo, Rochester, Bing
baaaton, Syracuse, Utica, Albany. Troy
and Schenectady, elected democratic
mayors. In Albany the conditions
were very similar to those
in New York. Two republican
candidates split up the vote of that
party and allowed the democrats to
win. The combined republican vote
was 2,000 in excess of the democratic
rote. In Buffalo and Rochester repub
lican success was thought to be almost
assured prior to election, but the re
sults are foreign to the predictions.
A Plurality ot 20,009 to 25,000 Claimed
for the Fnalon Ticket.
Iracoi.N, Neb., Nov. 3. Additional
returns from the state do not material
ly change the figures given Tuesday
night, indicating a fusion plurality ex
ceeding that of 1896, which was about
1 1.000. At fusion headquarters the
claim of a plurality of from 20,000 to
35,000 is maintained. Secretary Sizer
of the republican committee will not
concede this or even admit defeat.
If any of the-leading republican work
ers, however, accept the returns at
band as a certain indication of the de
feat of Post (rep.), for supreme judge,
and the balance of the state ticket.
A seeming inconsistency in figures
eat . out from Lincoln, and
those from elsewhere in the state
is explained by the difference in com
parisons made. Gov. Ilolcomb last
year ran far ahead of his ticket. Re
turns sent Tuesday night other than
from Lincoln comoared the fusion vote
of this vear with the Uolcomb vote, in
dicating a republican gain, when by
comparing with the average fusion
vote of last year a fusion gain is shown
for this year.
Shows a Republican Gain.
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 3. Two hundred
and fifty-six precincts heard from up to
noon give Post. 13. SOI; Sullivan, 19.6:53.
The same precincts last year gave Mac
Call. '.'0.20ti: Ilolcomb, 30,008, a net re
publican gain of 703.
The Republican Plurality Only Estimated
Des Moines, la., Nov. 3. Returns
are slow in reaching the headquarters
of the state central committees. Chair
man McMillen of the republican com-
HON. L. M. SHAW,
Governor Elect of Iowa,
mittee contends that Shaw's plurality
will reach more than 30,000. Reports
recoived from 50 counties give Shaw a
plurality of L'0,330. and the estimates
of the republican committee is that the
other 49 will not do as well. It is ex
pected by Chairman McMillen that the
plurality will reach 12. Out) to 14,000
more when returns are received from
the entire state. As to the legislature,
the republicans claim 63 in the house
out of 100, and 40 out of GO in the senate.
Chairman McMilleu's estimate of the
The Democratic state committee con
cedes Shaw's election by 15,000, but
gains are claimed in the legislature.
Chairman Walsh of the Democratic
state committee admits there will be 39
republicans in the senate, counting the
newly-elected members and holdovers.
The democrats claim 38 members of the
house and the republicans concede
The Silver Republicans Seem to Have
Brst or It.
Denver, Col., Nov. 3. Returns from
the state are meagre and the result is
still in doubt. The News says that
Wm. II. Gabbert, (dem. and pop.) for
judge of the supreme court, is probably
elected by 8,000 majority. The Repub
lican says that Charles D. liayt
(rep. and silver rop.) will have
1,000 majority or more. Ilayt
carried this county by about 7,000 ma
jority. Ihe entire silver republican
ticket appears to have been elected in
this county, although the News claims
the re-election of Sheriff Webb on the
civic federation and democratic tickets.
The fusionists appear to have defeated
the republicans in El Paso county, of
which Colorado Springs is the county
seat, and in Leadville and Lake county
the silver republicans made a clean
Claims Hayt's Election.
Desver, Coi., Nov. 3. The Denver
Times claims the electiou of Ilayt (rep.)
for judge of the supreme court by
about 2,000 plurality. Returns are in
The Showing Made by Sem-Offlclal Re
Baltihoke, Md., Nov. 3. With semi
official returns from all the counties in
the state the republicans will have a
majority in the legislature on joint
Republicans Elect Five Out of Eight
Sioux Falls, S. D., Nov. 3. Out of
eight judicial circuits in the state, the
republicans elect five judges.
The democrats elect one, and the
populists win in the two Black Hill
The republican victory comes as a
surprise to the republicans as well as
the opposition. In the second circuit
Judge Jones overcame a populist ma
jority of 1,100 and won by a majority
of 700. A very light vote was polled
throughout the state, not more than
60 per cent, having been cast.
An Indication of How the Voting Went In
the Kystone State.
Philadelphia. Nov. 3. The plurality
in this city ox lieacom (rep.) over
Brown (dem.) for state treasurer, was
In 1X95 the plurality for Haywood
(rep.), for state treasurer, was 74,548,
in a total vote of 160,767. McKinley's
plurality in 1896 was 113, 139 in a total
vote of 244,887.
A majority of 13.390 was given yester
day in favor of increasing the city's in
debtedness to the extent of 813,200,000.
Returns. Show Divided Results la Sedg
Wichita, Kas., Nov. 3. Sedgwick
county returns not yet completed
show divided results. Republicans
have elected sheriff, clerk and treasur
er, while the fusion candidates for reg
ister of deeds, surveyor, coroner and
commissioner were chosen. The result
on commissioner is a surprise, as the
district comprises three wards of the
city which are republican usually.
No reports are in yet from neighbor
Shawnee County Elects the Republican
Tope K A. Kas., Nov. 3. Complete re
turns from Topeka city and Shawnee
county show the entire republican
county ticket elected by majorities
ranging from 110 to 1.200. Cook irep.).
for sheriff, has 110 majority over Kepley
(fusion). The total vote cast was 9.000,
an increase over the vote of two years
ago of 50 per cent., but a falling off of
nearly one-half from the vote at the
presidential election a 3-ear ago. There
is a large decrease in republican ma
jorities, which a year ago were from
1,400 to 3,600, and two years ago from
2,500 to 3,300.
The Democrats Victorious by a Large Ma.
Louisville. Ky.. Nov. 3. Kentucky
has redeemed herself from republican
rule. The democratic majority at Tues
day's election is probably 15,000. Lou
isville and Covington, which voted for
McKinley last year, are both demo
cratic again. Shackelford, silver dem
ocratic candidate for clerk of the court
of appeals is overwhelmingly elected.
The legislature is safely democratic.
Swept Everything and Will
Elect a Senator.
Richmond, Va., Nov. a It was all
one way in Virginia. The democrats
elected Tyler for governor aud all the
other state officers by over 50.000 ma
jority. They carried the legislature
by over two-thirds majority. They
will elect John W. Daniel United State:
TRIAL OF DAMODAR CHAPEKAR.
Charged with Connection with the Murder
of Ayerst and Rand.
Poonah, Nov. 4. The trial of Daino
dar Chapekar, the Brahmin lawyer,
who was arrested on Octeber 4 last,
charged with being connected with
the murder of Lieut. Ayerst and Com
missioner Rand, on June 23 last, by
shooting them from ambush as they
were leaving the reception given by
the governor at Ganeshkuid in honcr
of Queen Victoria's jubilee, and who,
the day of his arrest, confessed having
murdered Commissioner Rand with the
aid of an accomplice, and also admitted
being the author of the tarring of the
queen's statue at Bombay, was com
menced in the courthouse here yester
day. The building was strongly
guarded, in order to prevent any dem
onstration upon the part of the pris
Chapekar adhered to his confession,
but declined to make any further state
ment. A number of incriminating art'cles
including antiquated swords, pistols,
arrows, slings and false beards, were
placed on a table beside the presidiug
magistrate. The latter, after the usual
formal proceedings, adjourned the tria'
A GOOD SHOWING.
Paid for Firty Miles of Road and Shows a
Large Cash Ualauce.
Denver, Col., Nov. 4. The Union
Pacific, Denver & Gulf, in addition to
paying for 50 miles of road out of the
earnings, has $400,000 cash on hand.
Receiver Trumbull has made his report
and there is quiet satisfaction among
the eastern stockholders.
.vervtinng is pointing to a reor
ganization of the road.
The receivers' office yesterday re
ceived news from Boston and New
York, where the majority of the mem
bers of the reorganization committee
reside, which was made public, with
out comment, as it speaks for itself.
It can be definitely stated that the
Union l'acitie, Denver & Gulf
will never go back into the
Union Pacific system. The inter
ests of east-aud-west lines and
north and south lines are usually is
conflict, and the present reorganization
and managers of the Gulf road intend
to maintain its independence and work
for traffic toward the gulf.
Orders will soon be placed for extra
DROWNED IN LAKE MICHIGAN.
A Youug Aeronaut Makes His Last Ascen
sion from Chicago.
CuioAOo. Nov. 4. Aeronaut Stewart
Youog was drowned in Lake Michigan
at the foot of Monroe street, yesterday
afternoon, while attempting to de
scend from his balloon in a parachute.
Tlroufcands of people witnessed the ac
cident. Young ascended from the winter cir
cus at Hubbard court and Wabash
avenue. A brisk wind was blowing
and the airship quickly veered to the
east. Immediately over Lake Front
park Young was seen to loosen his
parachute and make ready tc
desert the balloon. Evidently some
thing went wrong for the
aeronaut failed ' to drop and
the balloon, suddenly exploding,
fell into the lake. Young was seen to
struggle violently to free himself and
then sink. The life-saving crew
dragged the lake for the body, but
were unable to bring it up.
Term of Purchase Settled.
New York, Nov. 4. It was officially
announced yesterday that the terms oi
purchase of the Universal and Com
mercial Fuel Gas Co., of Chicago, from
the Emerson-McMillan syndicate by
the People's Gas Light and Coke Co.
(Chicago Gas Co.), have been settled.
The articles of agreement have been
signed by all parties in interest, it ii
said, and actual transfer of the prop
erty will be made on November 15.
The purchase price is 85.500,000.
Death's Carnival In Cuba.
Havana, Nov. 4. During the last
three days 156 persons have died in the
city of Havana Over 50 per cent, of
the people gathered into the Matanzas
district, as a precautionary measure
against the insurgents, were without
THE; FRAUDULENT WARRANTS.
Special Agent Zevely's Report to the
Secretary of the Interior The Uover
aneut Will Suffer No Loss,But Speculators
Will be Pretty Hard Hit.
Washington. Nov. a. Special Agent
Zevely, of the interior department,
whose sensational discovery of S90.OO0
worth of fraudulent Creek Indiau war
rants was announced last week,
reached here yesterday. He had
conference with Acting Secretary of
the Interior Ryaci and made a verbal
report of his investigations.
This was confirmatory of the pub
lished statement showing tliat the
amount of fraudulent warrants on the
St. Louis subtreasury had been issued.
but that the government would lose
nothing by the transaction. The
losers are outside parties who pur
chased the warrants on speculation.
One of these discounters, acting in
good faith, bought S50.000 worth of
these warrants, paying 93 cents on the
dollar. The remaining 40,000 is un
derstood to be confined to a few par
The United States district attorney
has the case in his hands, now and it is
probable that indictments will soon
follow. The investigation developed
the existence of a conspiracy within
and about the tribe to float these war
A number of the most prominent offi
cials in the tribe are charged with the
offense as well as several employes,
while assistance of outside parties, not
responsible for the accounts, and the
clerical work within the Creek nation
was necessary to complete the scheme.
The formal report has not yet been
written, but it will bb prepared imme
diately aud submitted to Secretary
Bliss shortly after his return from
United States, Russia and Japan will Form
ally Execute a Sealing Treaty.
Washington, Nov. 3. It is expected
that a treaty or convention between
the United States, Russia and Japan
will be formally signed aud executed
at the state department during the
present week, carrying out the propo
sition before the Behring Sea confer
ence, for a suspension of pelagic seal
ing, ihe present understanding is
that signing of this document will oc
cur within the next few davs. It will
represent the completed efforts of the
conference and with the signing con
cluded, the conference will adjourn.
The terms of the treaty or convention
will follow the lines of the proposition
considered bv the conference and re
ferred with favorable recommendation
to the authorities at Sis Petersburg
The essential feature of the treaty.
or convention, is for the suspension of
pelagic sealing for such a period as
will permit the seal herds to revive.
The' period of this suspension is not
disclosed. One report is that it will be
for one year, subject to extension.
Another is that it will cover a term of
years. But the exact duration of the
suspension cannot be verified.
The conference resumed its sessions
at the state department, but no official
statement was made as to what had
been done or the plans in view.
NEW CONGRESSIONAL LIBRARY,
The Magnificent Structure OpaneJ to the
Washington, Nov. 2. The new con
gressional library, which has been in
course of construction for the past six
years, was opened to the "public yester
day. There were no ceremonies of any
kind. All the departments, with the
exception of those devoted to the fine
arts and music, are ready for the use
of the public, and the work on the twe
named is being pushed as rapidly as
possible. Everything is on a complete
scale, and the automatic arrange
ments for the delivery and return of
books worked satisfactorily. About
350,000 volumes are now on the shelves
of the library, many of the books not
having as yet been removed from the
capitol building in which the old li
brary was located.
NATIONAL BANK NOTES.
Monthly Statement ot Circulation by the
Comptroller of the Currency.
Washington, Nov. 2. The monthly
statementof the comptroller of the cur
rency shows the circulation of national
bank notes on Octdber 30 to have been
Total circulation of national bank
Decrease for the month 144.24!
Decrease for the year 4, SoO.ua
Circulation based on United States
Decrease for the month 1.146.S4C
Decrease for the year 12,583,064
Circulation secured by lawful money 28.120.68J
Increase for the mon th 990.97!
Increase for the year 7,733,04!
United States registered bonds on de
posit to secure circulation notes... 227,745.550
To secure public deposits 17,075,500
TO BE COURT-MARTIALED.
Capt. Loverlng to be Given a Chance to Ex
plain or Justify His Conduct.
Washington, Nov. a. When the
president returns a court-martial will
be ordered to try Capt. Lovering, the
officer who was recently subjected to
court of inquiry at Fort Sheridan, for
alleged abuse of Private Hammond.
Under present conditions, and under
the report to the war department
by Gen. Brooke, he becomes the ac
cused officer to be court-martialed.
Considerable importance attaches to
the trial, and army circles are greatly
interested in it
A Gratifying Decrease la Immigration.
Washington, Nov. 2. A statement
prepared by the bureau of statistics
shows that the number of immigrants
arrived in the United States during
the first three months of the present
fiscal year was 49,298, which is a de
crease of nearly 11.500, as compared
with the same period last year.
Mount Vkbnon. I1L, Nov.3 . George.
IV. Morgan, the oldest jeweler in Mount
Vernon, fell to the floor, Sunday, in
attempting to put on his coat, and
died instantly. He was 70 years old.
THE UNION PACIFICL
Soli Under Foreclosure of the Cfov
Government Interest Folly Met How It
Accrued Principal aud Interest-Total
Amount The Mid of the Reorganiza
tion Committee Earnings.
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 2. The interest
of the United States government in
the Union Pacific railroad terminated
at 11:45 o'clock yesterday morning
when at the foreclosure sale of the
mortgage held by the United States
the road was purchased by the com
mittee of eastern capitalists formed
for its reorganization.
The full amount accruing to the
United States from the sale cannot be
given exactly, but is estimated to be
t3S,UG5, 74.40. It was impossible to
determine the fnll amount at the time
of sale for the reason that the monthly
statement made by the secretary of
the treasury to the management of the
Union Pacific on the first of every
month, ws not available yesterday,
and it was found necessary to estimate
some items, although it is admitted by
both sides that the estimates are ap
The amount due the covernment is
made up as follows:
Principal of debt, S37.23G.512.
Interest paid by the government up
to September 30, 1897, &;0,S30,8s6.37.
Interest accrued to September 30
andstill unpaid, 8230,147.08.
Intel est accrued in October, S95,
382.50. Total due the government, $58,448,
928.B1. Against this is the following credits:
Cash and bonds in sinking fund, SIP,
182.406.53. Estimated credits for the quarter
ended September 30 and for the month
of October including government earn
ings aud the interest ou bonds in the
sinking fuud, auiouut not yet credited.
Total credit, SlS.3i3,540.74.
Total debt of the railroad to the
Total credit of railroad with govern
Balance aud amount bid by reorgan
ization committee, 8;:9,Si3,2S1.87.
The sinking fuud bonds sold for S
Total bids by reorganisation com
The amount earned by the road dur
ing the quarter ended on September 39
and during the month of October is
estimated, but is practically correct.
and as the government will simply re
tain the cash, crediting the Amount on
the bids of the committee, the amount
to be turned over us a consequence of
the sale is $53,005,743.40.
After the sale was concluded Gen.
Cowin, the representative of the gov
eminent, was assured by the commit,
tee that if the amounts were not ac
curately figured or should differ from
the figures given above, whatever may
be lacking will be paid by the commit
tee and will in no way be allowed to
interfere with the confirmation of the
sale. There was no opposition to the
committee and no bids were oifered
None of the reorganization commit
tee cared to make any statement re
garding the Kansas Pacific sale, which
has been postponed until December 15.
None of them would say a word as to
whether the committee intended to bid
INDIAN TROUBLE IN COLORADO.
Dispatch from t'apU Wright, Who Investl.
gated the Matter.
Washington. Nov. 3. Gen. Otis has
sent to the war department a copy of
a dispatch received from Capt. Wright,
who investigated the Indian trouble in
Ranch, Utah, October 28.
Have just met party ot about 73 Indian re
turning to th4 agency, including one wouadei
Indian. Uuxulscnem Star, one of the survi
vors, stated that abjut 23 wardens rode up to
them while in camp and utter stating that they
were game wardens tried to arrest the Indians.
The Indians resisted arrest and the game ward
ens opened tire. There were tour bucks only
in the Indian party. The Indians did not re
turn the lire, as their ttuns were in tneir tent.
Two survivors escaped under lire. Surgeon is
now dressing wounded squaws. Doctor says
the wound in squaw's head is not dangerous.
The squaw who was wounded in the arm is not
examineJ yet. Indians coming from all direc
tions. Game wardens are In Lily park.
Gen. Otis says of the above dispatch:
"Ihis dispatch verities those re
cently received as to the extent of the
troubles in northwest Colorado. Let
ters and telegrams from citizens via
Meeker and Kifle, Col., report Indian
depredations committed. Capt. Wright
will investigate nnder instrnctions
sent him, and will return all Indians
Bovernment Receipts and expenditures,
Washington, Nov. 2. The compara
tive statement of the receipts and ex
penditures of the United States shows
that the total receipts for the month of
October were $J-l,391,415, and the ex
penditures 5.'W,7U1,512, making the ex
cess of expenditures over receipts for
the month (9,320,907, and for the four
months of the present fiscal year S.HS,
909.010. " The receipts for customs during Oc
tober amounted to S9,713,4U4, as com
pared with S11.105.43J for Ootober,
1896, and the receipts from internal
revenue sources 813.614,672, a gain of
1251,716 over October last year.
LOSING ITS GRIP.
Sheffield, England, Falling OH In Catlery
Sheffield, Nov. 2. The returns
from exports of cutlery from Sheffield
to the United States show that they
Amounted to only 860,000 for the last
quarter, as compared with S 150. 000 for
the same quarter, July, August and
September, of 1896. This is the worst
showing made for seven years past.
The exports of steel, however, have
increased $25,000, but the total exports
of Sheffield have fallen from (000,000
A Kegleete Cold , -:
a an all-embracing cause of disease- It clop
the lungs with mucus. It strams and breaks
down the lung tissues. Dr. Bell s Pine-Tsr-Honey
is an unfailing cure for coughs and
colds. It rebuilds the tissues and gives
strength to the lungs by supplying the blood
nith fat-forming oxygen.
Ileicht of Impropriety.
"Do you know," said the girl hv blue '
"while we were sitting in the hammock, and
Just as I thought he was about topropose, a
garter snake suddenly appeared." . .
"How indelicate!" returned the girl in
Largest in the World.
The Star tobacco factory at St. Louis is
the largest in the world. The buildings are
in two rows: 2400 feet on Park and 24tH)feet
on Folsom avenue, with a total width of 271
feet. You will discover the reason for this
marvelous growth if you give Star plug
tobacco a trial.
An To Hia PhotoBrraph. '
Cholly I don't think the photographer
might me c.Tpwession, do you ?
She I don't see any. Puck.
With a rub St. Jacobs Oil
Subdues an ache and cures it.
A ffirl who thinks she is Drettv. soon shows
that she thinks so. Washington Democrat.
Do Yon Play Whln. Enchre or Other
The F. F. V. playing card is better than
any 50 cent card on the market. Send 15
rents for one deck or 25 cents for two decks
(stamps or enrrenev) to O. B. Rvan. Ass't
Gen'l Pass'r Agt. C. & O. Ry, Cincinnati, O.
As pathetic a thing as one sees is boy
trying to be a dude on a two dollar a wees
Old or new rheumatic pains
Cured by St. Jacobs Oil.
I count life just to try the soul's strength
on. Robert Browning.
Cure your cough with Hale's Honey of
Horehound and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
The girl in love who has a rival should
keep an eye on her and if the rival is a
widow keep both eyes on her. Chicago
Neuralgia is cored by St. Jacobs
Oil. Use it. You'll see it.
Men are like pins no good when they lost
their heads. Chicago News.
Catarrh in the Head
Suffered with It for Five Years,
but Hood's Sarsaparilla Cured.
" 1 had catarrh iu my bead and suffered
with it for live years. I was also troubled
with weakness. I hive taken Hood's Sarsa
parilla and it entirely cured the catarrh.
built up my system and did me a great
deal of good." VV. E. Melloway, Colum
bia, Missouri. Remember
Is the best Id fact the One True Blood Purifier.
Hood's Pills cure sick headache. S5c
Ask yon Grocer to-day to show you
a package of GRATN-O, the new food
drink that takes the place of coffee. X
The children may drink it without T
injury as well as the adult. All who
try it, like it. GEAIN-0 has that
rich seal brown of Mocha or Java,
but it is made from pure grains, and
the most delicate stomach receives it
without distress. the price of coffee.
15 cents and 25 cents per package.
Z Sold by all grocers.
1 Tastes like Coffee
Looks like Coffee
Insist that yocr grocer gives yon GEAEf-O
Accept no imitation.
WILL KEEP YOU DRY.
Don't be footed with a mackintosh
or rubber coat. If you wantscoat
that will keep you dry In the hard-
VI ISlk-ker. If not for sale In mn
"1 town, write for catalogue to
gMrajKl A. J. TOWER. Boston. Mass.
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