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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, DECEMBER 26, 1893.
THE ITALIAN MISSION.
Given to Wayne MacVeigh.Presi-
dent Garfield's Attorney
Washington-, D. C, Dec. If.
The nomination of Mr. Wayne Mac
Veagh to be Ambassador to Italy
took Washington by surprsse. The
president took nobody into iiis confi
dence. Mr. Mae eagh was not
thought of for the place and noboyy
in consequence expected his nomina
tion Everybody admits that the
appointment is a good one. Some of
the old time democrats would have
preferred if a man of equal ability
could have been had of longer affilia
tion with the democratic party, but
Mr. MacVeagh has been a democrat
.-since 1886. He was on the stump
for Cleveland and Thurman in 1888
and actively supported the Demo
cratic ticket "in 1892.
When he left the republican party
lie announced that he was not a mug
wump, but a democrat. He has never
called himself a mugwump, but, on
the contrary, he ha insisted that
when he left the republican party he
walked straight into the democratic
3Ir. MaeVeajrh, too, it must be
.-aid, joined the democratic party from
principle. In Pennsylvania the dem
ocrats were hopelessly in a minority,
iind there was nothing for him to gain
l)y his abandoning the republican
party. He is an advanced tariir re
former, however, and has been for
years, and believes in the general
policy of the democratic party regard
ing personal liberty and the rights of
the individual citizen.
Mr. MacVeagh, it will be remem
bered, was attorney general in the
cabinet of President Garfield. He is
recognized as one of the ablest lawyers
in New York and Philadelphia, in
loth of which cities he has law offices.
He wa3 a member of the same law
firm as President Cleveland in New
York from 1889 to 1892. He is a
brother-in-law of Senator Don Cam
eron of Pennsylvania. He is not a
nonular man personally, as he is cold
in his manners and indifferent to pop
ular applause. He is a scholar, a man
of attainments and everybody .admits
will be an ornament to his country at
the Italian capital.
RIDDLED WITH BULLETS,
passed through his h-my into the floor
of the car. Alarmed at the noise of
the ebootinc, the murderers then an
plied the air, junied off ami reached
Houston before the sheriffs posse
started out. which was nearly lour
hours after tin- trage ly in the car had
Several packages of silver were left
untouched, anil the amount ot booty
secured in currency was evidently
small. The through ife was iimno
lesteri. KicuanlHtii s Iwxtv was
brought here and an autopsy held
The remains will be shipped to New
Orleans to-morinw for interment.
Monument for Judge Scott.
Jefferson City, Mo., Dec. 20.
Several members of the Bar Associa
tion announced their determinat on to
raise a fund for purchasing a monu
ment to mark the grave of Judge V.
Scott, w o for 20 years wae a member
ot the supreme court, lie was buried
some five or six miles west of this city
in a oountry graveyard about thirty
years ago. tlis grave is now m a
horse lot, and is unmarked, and would
be unknown but for the memory of
some old residents. Attorney General
Walker is one of the parties who have
made up their minds to see it enough
enthusiasm cannot be awakened
amongst the lawyers of the state to
contribute a monument iuiid.
Speaking of Judge Scott, as a mem
ber of I he supreme court, Judge Bay
in his "Bench and Bar of Missouri,"
"Judge Scott became one of the
most eminent and profound jurists
that ever adorned the Western bench,
and his opinion, contained in the Mi
souri reports from 1838 to 18G0, form
no inconsiderate part of our judicial
THEY DISCOMFITED HIM.
Seven Shots Took Effect in Ex-
press Messenger Richard
Houston, Tex., Dec. 19. When
the news of the murder of John C.
llichardson, of the Wells-Fargo Ex
press company, reached here early this
morning, Sheriff Ellis secured an en
gine and caboose .and, with Dep
uty Sheriffs Pruitt, Anderson and
Credo, at 2 o'clock started for Liberty
running very 6!owly. Stops were
made at camp fires, and in all over
thirty tramps were put through a
rigid examination, but none of them
could throw-any light on the horrible
affhir. At Dayton the Houston posse
was joined by Sheriff Dublanc and
Deputy Sheriff Duncan, of Libert'
county, and Agent Walker, but noth
ing could be arrived at! The whole
affair is as deeply shrouded in mystery
as it was an hour after it was commit
ted. Train No. 19, east-bound, left
Houston at 10 o'clock. In the ex
press car was a large amount of bag
gage, as well as express matter. Evi
dence shows that there must have
been at least -two robbers, as the
bullets found in Richardson's body
were 38 and 44 caliber. The east-j
bound train passes the west-bound at
Green's Bayou, ten miles from Hous
ton. A mile east of this station the
engineer says the air was applied.
and the speed oi the tram reduced so
that a man could jump off easily. He
supposed Conductor Anderson had
slowed up to let some one olf, and
naid no further attention to
the occurrence. On reaching Day
ton the agent noticed that the
car tloor on the opposite side of the
combination was ojicn. He called the
messenger, but receiving no answer
ordered the train porter to go into the
car and awake him. On entering the
car the porter saw the body ot
Richardson lviug on his side. The
alarm was given, and Dr. Nash, of
Liberty, who was aboard, examined
the body, which was then almost
rigid. The investigation showed tliat
jjine shots had been fired, seven of
wUtrirhad taken effect, one in the
head, three in the breast, two in the
shoulder and one in the right aim.
The theory s that the robbers se
creted themselves in the car before
the train left Houston, and that as
soon as the train left Green's Bayou
they shot Richardson, who was at
-work at his desk, in the back ot the
head. As he turned he was evidently
shot through the arm. the ball passing
through and striking his hip. He
must then have fallen, and was shot
five more times, as five bullets had
Could Not Stand a Girl Willi a Sketch.
Hook and I'encll.
Three decidedly attractive girls got
on a New York elevated train and im
mediately a score of masculine eyes
were leveled at tuciu. The girls found
seats together and tried to appear un
concerned and quite oblivions to the
pronounced advances for a flirtation
from two young swells who sat oppo
site. Hut atl their efforts to appear
at ease were unavailing. The young
men persisted and the girls blushed
and looked uncomfortable.
Finally one of the girls opened a
small sketch book on her lap, and then
raising her eyes she gazed straight at
her admirer opposite. He petted his
mustache and smiled. She made a few
strokes with her pencil in the sketch
book, but did not smile. When she
raised her eyes again he realized that
!ne was sheulilnff liim. Tlio other
two girls watched the progress of the
sketch and giggled. This, with the
smiles of the other passengers, was
more than the subject of the sketch
could endure. He crossed and re
crossed his legs, pulled his hat down
until it touched his nose, and at last
rushed desperately into the next car.
When he had gone the girls closed the
unsoilcd pages of the sketch book and
laughingly threw away the bit of
pencil, which, when picked up by an
other pas.sfenger, proved to be quite
devoid of lead.
DEPENDS UPON THE COST.
zr the So-
Taat Is the Way Society 4ml
It is merely a way they have in so
ciety. The success of an entertain
ment, we are told, depends on the
people who attend aud on the smooth
ness with which it passes off, but
well, here i the way the matter was
discussed recently by a couple of
young ladies who are "iu society."
"Oh, Mrs. McPuersous lawn party
was much the
Do yon really think soV
"Yes, indeed. All the swell people
who were spending the summer in the
vicinity were there. It was really
quite a distinguished company for a
"Yc-cn there were a great many of
the best people there."'
r "And then the irrounds were so
prettily illuminated, and there wasn't
a hitch the whole evening. Can you
think of any other entertainment
that was as swell?"
"Well, there was Mrs. Ormington's
lawn party that was given the follow
"Oh, I don't think it compared with
"Don't you'.' Well, that's because
yon don't know so much about it as I
do. It cost S300 wore."
And that ended the argument. v
What is th wWUIwt sf yswrar
trtttUT it aplit mt ths
Vtm it full out ttktm es ashes
2a ywtr hmir irg, hmnh.
I!an'r' Jl;-aiiiir for 1'Jl will nui'ntaiii tli.
indlt Sat it m HWM mppemraneeT eiiararteriliat lias marie il Hie fotnriic illustratc.1
f " iieri-nliral fur Hie home. Ainoiiz the remit i.f
irlniMf ZaUtmU mfdMndrugt , cuter.ri.-cs Icrlaketi liy Hie piiMi-h-rs. there
ri'lirnl for Hie home. Among the results of
I ill .1...: .i ii,.. . .
or scas UekT J, UtrvTim.ktmttdfndUionT Iftkf '..V imiiL W BiiiS ," wbi . JK
in ItaM ST yon will 6eeeaM
met aa accident, bat the remit or sdentlsc re
'the hair and acaln led to the discovery of bow
neither aalnenls nor oils. It Is not awe. bat
deUchUaur eootlBC and rerrethhc Tonic. Br stiaralaUBg the follicles, it this
JhlBao lair.aTadarulrfandgrtUkairtmbai& head.
la whst vast need. Ita nmdnettaa
search. Knowledge ot the dlseasesit the hair and scalp led to the dl
a fvMt tfMrtn- .nwitllii Hintiie itelfhee nm i hip mi
anrjaan iSettt at ntte. cESrl
and tree from irritating eruptions.
57 South Fifth Ave..
parasitic firfrtr. toMbacca
yon, eead direct to us. aad we wHI forward
r,U per hottto; fer BUB. In Me. per
Kew York, N. Y.
To the readers of TheSkdai,ia Bazoo, a paper
published for the people now on earth. Four coupons
and four cents entitle the holder to one book from
the following list. The' books are paper bound,
printed in large type audj'are proving very popular.
Charlotte M. Ilreame :
A Queen Amongst Women.
In Cupid's Net.
Eva Pearl Palmer:
A Lord of Creation.
True I.ovc Wins.
A Hiiried Crime.
A Glorious Fortune.
Annie Thomas :
La ISeau Sabrctir.
Florence Warden :
3Ii!ing: A Young Girl.
Out of His Reckoning.
J. M. ltarrie:
Robert Louis Stevenson :
The Misadventures of John Nicholson.
Miss E. Burke Collins:
A Gilded God.
Mrs. Oliphant :
The Mvhterr of Itlencarrow.
Bertha M. Clav":
Wedded and Parted.
Between Two Sins.
Bjornstjerne Bjornson :
John Strange Winter: .
A. Henri mo:
Vict r Power :
The Mw-terv of Eagle Glen.
F. W. Hume:
The Man Who Vanished.
Margaret I Woods:
A Village Tragedy.
Jark of all Trades.
Single Heart and DoubleFace.l
IS.- the author of His Wedded Wife:
' The Lost Heiress.
Kibcrt Buchanan :
t Matt, a Tale of a Caravan,
B. Rider Haggard :
! Kric Briglilevcs.
Mr. Meeson's Will.
A Pavdve Crime.
Sweet is True l-ove."1
The Haunted Chamber.
What Gold Cann.it Buy.
Maid. Wife or Widow?
i A False Scent.
Miss M. E Braddon :
Weavers and Weft.
Mary Cecil Hay:
A Dark Inheritance.
A Wicked Girl.
Mrs. Henry Wood :
Miss or Mrs.?
Carl Cmfton :
A Strange Household.' .
If She So Abide.
Cut along this line.
FREE BOOK COUPON. Dec. 21 i
Four of these eoiijKin.s of different date, with six cents
(three 2-cent stauiJ to cover postage, mailing and clerical I
cxiienses, entitle th holder to one volume selected from
the printed catalogue ot" our Free Book Distribution. Be
careful to wri e your name and jxitotfiee address plainly,
as these books are not delivered from thi ofiiee, but are '
sent bv mail onlv. Address
tHE BAZOO, 412 Ohio St.,Sedalia.Mo. ,
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iv I'rulln.-v llislon-. mi I'jri-lr Kiclianl llanlinz
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l"ase, anil other. .rlii !e on lepii of current
interest will U- rontriluteil ly illstingiiislieil
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i-ssays satisfy all tastes, mid its !at pase is famous
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others. Out-lo-ir .S"irts and I nI.-.r Cauic, s-
eiai r.ntenaiiimeni, r.:uiinmiery. and oiner lit'
lerestinjs topics will rcceitf constant attention. .1
new scries is pmraiMtlof "CotTcv and li-iiarlis?."
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ey timer or Kraft, toatoul cliani oi Iom.
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without the exin-ss order ot tianerA KMihers.
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nfEjouruaiiii.mrrica. In itssplcmliil illustrations
in itscoris of di..im;uisheil rontriliutors, anri in
its ,ast anny id readers. In special lines, it draws
on the highest onler of talent, the men hest tilted
hy idt ion anri tralninc to treat the leading Ionics
of the day. In lii lion, the most HipuIae story
writers contriliiitc to its column. Mipurli draw
ings oy wir loremosi arn-is niusirate Its special
arlicli's, its stories, and every notahle erenlof
puhlie inten-st; it contains urtraits d the di
tinguLsheil men and women who are making the
History olthe time. whiirsxsrial attention i.given
to the Army and Xavr, Amateur J'l-irt. and Music
and the Drama, hr (lisiinmiLsheil exiN-rts. In a
wonl. Harper's Weeklr comldnes th? news fea
ture of the daily paer and the artistieand litera
ry qualities ot me uiagazitiewitn the wind critical
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The ritn or lha Mattar.
At the reception in Unity church,
Chicago, to the Tisiting delegates to
the parliament ot religion. Rot. Rob
ert Collyer told a story whuh runs as
follows: A farmer met a parson and
said to him: "I remember sermon
you preached twenty year ago." "In
deed," replied the parson, "and what
was the txt." "I don't remember
ths text, but the sermon remains in
my miud." '-And pray what, then,
waa the substance of the sermon?"
"Wall, I can scarcely word it properly,
but it amounted to this that Theol
ogy is not religion br a sight.' "
Tlie Ohio and Mississippi Railway, run-1
ii'iig eat from Si. Iiuis. i the short ami ;
direct line to the N:iti:ui:il Capital, and
fTfrs a through train crviit; which is nut
equaled hy any other line. It is, pmierly
sjieaking, the only direct :h.-otoi ir line '
Iroiu llieMississippi ISiver lo Washington.
The Ohio anil Miissiipi Kailwnv is
the onlv line running all trains tlirotigli
The volumes ot the Weekly Iwsin with the first
! uumticr for January of rat h rear. When no time
t is menltonvil, sul.sxjplioii will liegin with the
n ii in 1st current at thjfime of receipt of onler.
i lloiiuri oluiis ofllariier's Weekly for three
jcars lack, in nealeloth luudiiig. will lie sent hy
Olui! I.nf,is jAld. or liv vorwi fm.ur.Tti.nui
I llinii l.ll lli. In'tlfht !- nut ttYnw,! iru.il.ill-ir
Tnis is the BazooPrice ten cent i .t toiumei, torr; on per vi.tume.
.. r loth Ca-s for each rolane. siiitahle for hind'
Uirection tor using, etc. in-, will ! vntl.y mail. .t-iaid. on receipt of
This wonderful niusicall instrument, for P',' "? . ,t .
, , - - " , i -Zi I Ilciuittauees slum!,! v made hr l'lr-tirti.-e
me iHsijm; iiuv im riiriii iiuiiuicT u. .jitit ur i ,,nrV tinler.ir
animal. ith it you can play or sing any
tune. It requires no instruction to use it. I
on a violin, i IIAl:i'i:i:.VItl:tlTIIKILS. NVw York
Jsa'jw, tnatio or ors:iti, ami one or two
others drone an accimpaniment trith the
Kraft, to avoiri chance of liws.
NeHspasrs an not toeiiiirthis advertisement
ilhoiit the expn-ss onler of llarjier.V llmthers.
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soilil ,ironi ri. iiiiis in v ini iiuiiiii iiic ijui one jua .v iitvi tuuu un iivoiiy :
ttmeliuing less titan ten noiirs; anu tne
....I .. I.... mm.toi, jlti.ilili. lnilv liti.. !
..in. .in. ............ .......... ........ ........ r. .... ; . 'l'IflTs-TI.'I.vu V U
l'tilliiian Vestthule llullet Mivpni!: I ars IJAZihi ami you have a goou li:iL'pie. iou j .......
from St. Ijottis to Nev York via Washiut;-1 can imit.tte""Puuch ami . I tidy" to perfec- , Whereas, R. C Sneedand Maggie M.
ton, llaltitiinre and I'hibdelpliia witlmut ' tion hy shaking in a chrtll xtntA ho not Snivtl. his wile, and W. I Porter aud
change. I Mow into the ISazihi; hut sing speak or I Nettie I!. Porter, his wife, hv this certain
The O. A' M. ha an enviable reputation make some, noise, as the cut-ctit-cut-ca-da IVcd of Trust dated the I lift day of April,
for snecd. comfort and Mifetv, and the cut of a hen, the crow of a rooster, the caw 1SS-I, and reconled in the Keconler s otliee
the traveling public ; in practice it nliii'-st I
R"'tllaritv of its tr.tin i.-' proverbial with ! of a crow, the moo af a crow and hundreds "of Peltis coiintv, at I)ecd IVmk .!", pages
.. . . ir ... I. . I .. ..; it .1... t. ...... .i . . . 1 f - 1 l-.i- i ... .1 i ' I
IIIC traveling ptlulic ; HI prai'tice it nuii'isi ui tuner noises, ji tin; uura hoi, - iii unit ininnni:.ni m uir iinucrM'fiiini
realizes the ambition of everv raiirnml , work proierly, ploce the lis over the four .1. t Thoiiiron as trustee, all their right,
management to have trains :il:is .,n hoUt in the tin and urawtlie hryath in and ( title. inUnt and estate, in ami to the lol
time. out a few times. Many imitations can be ( lnwim; dix-rilKil real estate, situated in
The Kipularity ot the t . V M. I 'ad war J made Iietter by sreaking through the three the County of Pettis, Slate ol Missouri,
mpeN it to run three daily trains to Citt- i round hole in the wooil, or covering three ' viz : The ea-t hall of lot three ('), save
nuati and two to lx)uiville, to aceomuio- holes in tlie tin with the lii, leaving the and except six inches otl'of Uh- west side
date its steadilv incnasing travel; full
!I5 icr cent, of the business from Si. lamis
to and via Cincinnati eastward being ac
credited to the O. Si M.
liolh the dav ami mclit express trains
of the (.& M. are eqmii
Vcstttbule lfciv t oaches,
tibttle Huffet Sleeping
Parlor Librarv Cars are
press and Free Kevlining I'linir Car on
night express trains.
All train on litis line connect in I moil
Depots with those for iMiinis in above
Fr tickets via the O. v M. liy.. mid
further i formation, call on agents of
i-onnecti- lines or address i. IS. Warfel,
f'eucral Weslent Pav-enger Aucnt, Ohio
and MissLssipid Kailwav, ltd N. Hroadway
'St. Ittis, Mo. 4-""-w-tf
fonrth uncovend. A quartette or chorus thereof alsocovcrintruire inches oil of the
ringing tliroiili the Iazoo will bringdown west -r of lot four (4), all in block
the house with great applatiM-and inrari- thirty live. Iteiug 22d fe-t wide bv 14i feet
ably receive repeated encores. l!uy four deep, in the city ol" Sedaliaou Main street,
HAZoo s, organize a quartette ami trv it. it winch s;inl oinvcvnntv was made in trust
ijieil with elegant liirnisiiesgKxi oancing music lo excursions, to Mi-ure tlie payment ot a certain pro-
aml I'tillman t--- picnics, etc., i mi-snrv note i it xaul iktst iIcmtiIksI. ami
l"ars, Pullman The miisicMiriKluced is new and taking. , whereas said note has Iteeome due ami is
also m dav ex- ! String and brass orche1ras find the Kazoo n iw tmii.-iid. now therefore, in aceordantv
Schiffmann's Asthma Cure.
lnstantlr relieves the most violent attack. nllArl HP n ll
facilitalrs' free expeetoration and insures rest to. II M fllll "Jkn Uor sUnntK
those otherwise unable to sleep except in a chair, ! KH 1 1 II I .l.H I HI IWIIIIIIII
as a sinKle trial will prore. Send for free trial t IIHIIJU UUu I UI IflUlllll
ackase to lr. .Sehiffmann, M.Paul, Minn., I.ut l,,fcww www.
ask your drnist first. I
a very imnortant addition. The IlAZOO wild thu nrovislons of said dettl of trust
sclbi readily in stores, street and newsstands, a id at the request of the legal holder of
at lairs, rare?, pleasure resorts, c l'nc sml note, I shall pm
lf, uf tamx lie. Addres,
J. "WEST G00DW1X,
UK AM ItlE. FrCd
I Lnsrraraluax inon art euro. Vfw
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taxes with rrVljtrred tr
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Wsis SMU Clrara ami rerrlTt thent
ims.il to sell the above
de-crilicd real estate at the aest front dmr
'of the conn house in the city of Scdalia,
i i the coitnty of Pettis, state 'aforesaid, to
the highest bidder for cash, at puhlie
a icliou. on
SVTi;iSIAYTHK -Irru 1AY OF J.VN-
betwren the hours of ! in the forenoon and
1 "i in the afternoon of that day, to satisfy
said note, together with the cost and ex
liie of executing this trust. 1 l-l'Jw"t
L T. MoxrtaiMKitY, J. C. TiioMrsxix,
. Att'v. Trustee.
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Tabmos. Omo, Jan. KXh. USS.
DK. B. J. Eidsu.Co.
Oentss-I hsTs besa nstnc yoar Sparba Car
with remarkable snceess on a Blna sni ot
Ions stand lac It's a snre enre, I Iklak,
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KENDALL'S SMVIN CUIE.
Da. B. J. Keanixx Co.
Oeats s-I tried roar "Kkxsalz.1 Stattji ConsL"
and it had th desired effect. I ased not 4raMe
hair a bottle of It. My horse had a TerrlM
Price tXIBpsr bottle..
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SOtVB BT All, BSVG6ISTS.
When you can be Cured
Thousands are suffering -with
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Depression of Spirits, Indiges
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Dr. Sanford's Liver Invigorator
is a reliable remedy for Liver
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Your Druggist will supply you.
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A KtguUr Grodmatt in tMiciue. Onraj
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The OMcst la Age aad
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X treat CMnaie, Hrwci-c mm4 Prl-
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amd ImHttntiS DOdaelar
piaiBBBWTOasnesss, rashes of blood to
the BBawPStas in the back, t Orgettataess.
1 axersioa to aocletr: a too
restore lost sexual newer
ana sirerurtaen weax pans ana
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vate oseases rarea lor me.
C4Vaaus4-iir cured witaont cstUar
-ss5 caoatlc, bougies or
s rinds. No yaia or exposure. Patients
caa ase trcatastat at borne.
DifVshr foe both sexes 80 paces. 27
pictures, with fulldescriplioB
of abore diseases the effects aad cure-
sent sealed tn plain wrapper for 0c stamps.
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for circular. Free Muskuk or AXATuirr.
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skires too akin to its origi
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prepaiattotis a:id pcrfertly bartbieai. At art
druggists, or nisi Ih1 forStets. tend for Ciiculat
VIOLA SKIN SOAP u .ijr
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niu mr im aursvrr. ratwrt ?v- -.ml srucsitrf anil
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