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far tnfsnts and Children.
U rVirfliniii, wHwtinaIH striate.,
It to tmtaestiiaat ly the Beet remo ir far Iztfhjrts 4 Cifliw
T tkoa. kern Hk. It Wffl BW.WB
wtrfoh is. aboo awta.F
CwaJjarta awa, THnsh
CWggla ovgwa CiarUamrte-i
Caavagia dame t SSmfBIB BaBSjhini. S jlBto.OTothagBBtrgetio gapil 1 1,,
Cms warta taszUwao tkm reed, roarelakw. tke rtwiil mm basele
gfrrtng kaatlthy mm mhJ alee p.
Caa terla to nt vratawni ifa i Wttl tr. tlamo too Ufa VmJk.
D t allow uy oao to 11 r ftkln adoe tka loa or in iimlse
that M to "I t aa tJ" m4 'wffl mwg e-wry pw-wweo
Sea that yog got Q-A--T-0-B-I-A.
Children Cry for
Health b the Sunshine of
it? If not.
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of th Chicago Medical In.Utat Permaaantly loMUd la DeTaaport, low
DR. T. at. WALSH.
pesltfTely eared, niinuw wi m aotruus The 1W,
CATARRH pJpepla, Aitbai, Rheumatism. 8crotnle, Syphilis, Blood,
S-TTT.r' Faraa...u W adm
VARICOCELE I the mot kctlT mom
WOMKN-Soff.riBK trow, diseases peculiar to their tax should consult na.
"-T ?". gieea up a. Mwiot, uHwiiwHrtim com v. Sergieai
opersttuae performed at rov km tf desired. Aboomt-el wi kraia asjaer- i woLi?
OUK CREDICNTIALS and Te.timonial. are the Beafc-ThTillrW at
mrdtoel sad ranrieej nm t proof eonclaelra
' If BSBI
iTLIftl Tp.nt t.i lour, bat uaaK mm Men! pTrtLnmTVr.
OH ICE lit W. Third St. McCnllongh. Building, Dareaport, Iowa.
every rjorjj AN
ror ealo at Harper Uoaaa Pkanaaey.raa Ialaad.lU.
OiaVERS fc AITPERCOIT
CSw aad fkop Til TwaUih ateaal
CUMfM Ilk it. It
Htm. Ia H
fa and U My lBgfomt mr
4 Wind Codas.
Horn. Have you got
DB X. K. WALSH.
dralw. leepies.n. threatened la-
of nervosB debility. Why treat
Sueit t it. to l f aj a.
anarkable nm fca ku
Warm all over, - .
Warm all the time.
Not too hot In mild weather,
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Hccla Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol Heaters In use
In Rode Island.
Oflow la BOCK ISLAND aad HOLERS
Cutter McLana Com After
ISirS3 EES TO WIT3 ESUDddT,
TAHPA, Ha. tat BBL The
Ootaaaedore etoared WedniHa - tor
OharteMoa. She mar lmuua net to
all wtthoat reportiag tA Oaptala Thoaua
HaaM f the revenue cottar IfcLaati.
Yeetetde? ' aftemooa ' the OMnandore
weighed aachor and went dowa the bay.
The HeLaae alnalbtd twtm ttw Wrta
Btoak MwldaodeK mom the MoIam
nreaauankahat, bat roe bo answer. - A
eeBOBd blank wu then ared with k lik
reenlt. Aeolid aho. wm then fired aad
mleied the Oomiodare hf abont aevea
font. She- stopped eoddenlT and waa
bearded br the rerenaa am and toand
all rlcM. She than wmtf dowa ihm ki
absot tte miles and waa boarded brtwe
fiWhea aboot twelre tniloa away the Mo
Lane ae chase, and pursued and pur
suer hare not been heard front since. The
eapedlttom waa to tear here hut night
under Aufusto Araas, one of the leaden
of the Hl-fated Bermada expedition. The
aiooaa loaded In this city with TmnPi.
tloa and Supplies Wednesday night. . The
men were prevented from boarding her'
Wednesday bight by the Tigilanoe of the
Spanish consul. The Commodore was to
meet the steamer City of Richmond, of the
luywest and Miami line, last night, and
get a large cargo or arms and ammunition.
They were to meet about Cape Sable.
Where the Commodore was also to get a
large quantity oz arms buried there.
Richmond Loaded with Manltloas.
The Richmond left Key West with
munitions at 4 o clock Tuesdar mormna.
Her leaving time was 5, so all the regular
passengers were left. The steamer met
the Mclstne and Commodore yesterday
afternoon on her way to port, and both
Were making for sea. When the Commo
dore arrived here Tuesday she had Just re
turned from Harding, where she landedan
expedition she picked up off St. John's bar,
Under command of Jliau Zaraga. another
of the Bermuda leaders. The McLane
will probably watch the Commodore all
night and prevent the transfer of the
cargo, or catch her afterwards and return
Cabaaa Havs a Soft Thine
' Yesterday morning a ten-ton schooner
left Ballast Point, six miles dowa the bay,
With sixty Cubans, proceeding to sea to
meet the Commodore at a designated
point down the coast At 10:80 last night
the revenue cutter McLane bad not re
turned. She speeds nine miles an hour.
while the- Commodore goes fourteen, ao
the Cubans do not fear the latter will bo
overtaken by the cutter.
XEWS IS KOBE ASSCBIira.
He Fighting. Expected Over th Arrest ot
the British Craw Barveror.
1 Lokdok, June 98. Copyright, 1898, by
The Associated Press. J The latest advices
from Georgetown, Britith Ouiana, are of
a more reassuring nature. Although ne
serious trouble Is anticipated, it is safe to
say that the British government will not
allow the arrest of Harrison to pass with
out notice, and It is possible that a re
monstrance of a most emphatic nature
will be made to the government of Vene
SUrla. ? A high authority upon the Venezuelan
question. In an interview on the situation,
expressed the opinion that in spite of the
serious aspect which the dispute had once
more assumed it was not likely that offen
sive measurervMitaking of the nature of
a war would be necessary, as it waa the
opinion of those best qualified to judge
that the arrest of the crown surveyor was
not the direct act of the government of
Venezuela, but was due to the hasty and
probably irresponsible act of some local
agents, acting under a misapprehension,
and that when proper' representations are
made to the government at Caracas the
latter will apologise.
The St. James's Gazette says that In dis
patching a military force to protect the
British surveying and road making parties
near the Acerabtacl the government of
British Ouiana has done what the situa
tion plainly demanded, adding: "The pol
icy of non-reststanoe pursued has not been
successful in settling our dispute with
Venesuela. No other great power would
for a moment have stood the series of at
tacks of Venezuelan soldiers oa British of
HEW KAN INVITED TO UATd .
World CwuM.sd.st Gets she Gea. Wey
Hayavj, Jane t". A man named JImW
nea, said to be a Venezuelan and a com
panion of Thomas R, TAawley, the Ameri
can artist who was recently arrested and
subsequently released, has been detained
on the charge of asking photographs of the
defensesoomposiBg the military line across
the province of Pi oar del Rio. W. W.
Gay, a correspondent of the New York
World, was notified Wednesday night
that be had bean expelled from the Island
and must leave Coba by the first steamer.
Gay will leave this city tomorrow.
Poetsr Toaad OaUty of
Pittsbtjbs, Kaa., Jane 38. The jury in
the ease of Dr. Q. H. Graham, charged
wift assaulting Lizzie Shanghnessy, baa
rendered h verdkt of guilty. XtarinaT the
inutnegirra latner created a sensation
m eotnt by ma kins; an slmnst ami lasfal
attempt to stab Graham la the back.
Sentence baa ban deferred. It is prob
able that Graham will get the limit,
which ia tweaty-aaw years at hard labor.
Thor te StrcaT Tlaan at Cases.
Cncaoo, Jane f& Oeorge Beban, aa
waa aifiaaia Tor Kissing Us wife,
Lewis Behaa, ea the street. She
ia ormotod Isnth . i i
the Harrison street station in a patrol
wagon, bookad for eUoorderiy cundwt and
heat in Jail Ave hours until finally they
CiJCAOO, Jane AmnponenU tana
tee taw raaseai of Hon. Lrsssci
TramboJL The eerrioes will take plaea
at she taiiiaauat wttl ha
wna eaMir-ama tae teaw hiim
a ejMae Kmk wane the ChM
. SaS riturcwoo, June 95. James J. Cor-
" -" iu . ujara, raarKoy's backer,
met yesterday and negotiated for a finish
flh far I10.HQ0 and thaauweat bkm. -
terod by aay club. Sharkey waa no area
at. and the agreement waa not signed,
bat there will be another ineetlna; today
" wo arrangements wiu ne completed.
One of the stipulations already agreed on
U that the fight must take place within
six aaontha. (inrhnta w
aoaaeed that he would Issnea ehallenge
this agreement to fight Sharkey seems to
Corhettlnan Inter tie si claimed he Was
marks were acquired when he fell on (he
iuwhhts cunon. - voroetesaM, speak
ina of the flirtit: "I Buib . n,i..k.
grappUagwith Sharkey. If I. were to
wlsvka: bhsuVL.-. a ... . .
"6U AvtsAamiia go WILD mm x
would not clinch. I would stay away and
do only opes lighting. It was Ms wrest-
"v 'uoo tirea me, ana in tne lourth
sound I frankly confess that 1 was quite
Ia throwing my science away and
wwhs oudirawey sw nu own game 1 wcsjlt
-ed myself. I should hava stayed away
nd outlint?d my own work. I would not
hare put him out, but on the other hand I
would not hare iyen him a chance to
weaken mev tfciBmhar nvtwlTta -
that he is a great fighter, when he is Ignor-
out s un ruaimenta ot DoxiDg.
, HAS NO FOUNDATION IN FACT.
ChleaKO Senntloa Regarding Tniard aad
tae Hortasra raelflc
New York. Jnne so. A hanVn wa.i.
nently identified with large European in
terests in American railroad anenrltla. .iwi
awociatedwlth the reorganizatioh of the
Aortnern tacme railroad says in relation
to a Chicago report of ad impending Vil
lard control of Northern Pacific and Balti
more and Ohio: "The story is absolutely
without foundation in fact. As the North
ern Paciflo monmnlcarJnn rnmmlHM
obtained the deposit of nearly all the com-
s Donus, it ana not Mr. Villard will,
with these bonds, bur the road at the
forthcoming sale. Mr. Villard's bonds
have been deposited with Jthe committee,
but there is otherwise no connection be
tween the rarfcimL
"Furthermore voting trustees hare been
appointed to control tne property for five
years and have selected a president of the
new company." In connection with the
appointmout of Edwin W. Winter rumors
are oeing persistently circulated of a Van
dcrbilt control of the Northern pacific and
of the Chicago and Northern Pacific, In
which event even if Villard and alleged
associates did secure control of the Balti
more and Ohio they would not have the
connection with the first mentioned prop-
erues suggested in tne Chicago report.
CYCLONE AT CRESTON, I A.
Dsnaages Maeh Property aad Flays Havoi
on the Farms. -
- CRBSTPK, June 98. A severe wind storm
or tornado struck this city, damaging
property to the extent of (5,000. The fine
new high school building .was badly dam
aged, two gables being blown out The
walls of theeounty jail id course of erection
.were blown down, as was also a largs
ampniineater at tnclnlr grounds. A vacant
dwelling was completely demolished, and
numerous barns were leveled to the
ground. The C, B. and Q. round house
was damaged slightly, a portion of the
roof being torn off. Plate glass was shut;
terod and a third of the chimneys intbi
city were blown down.
The two children of Sheriff Davenport
had a narrow escape. They were sleeping
in the Cottsgs hotel adjoining the new
Jail building; a wall of the latter fell,
crushing through the side of the hotel into
the room where the children were sleep
ing, but they escaped with only a few
scratches. No lives were lost. The storm
came from the northwest and passed to
the southeast, crossing the Burlington
road at this point The wind blew sixty
miles per hour, and waa followed by a
neavy ian or rain. Crops were badly dam
aged, small grain being almost leveled to
tne grouna. ;
Chic AGO, June 36.-i-The National League
reports the following scores at base ball:
At Chicago Pittsburg 10, Chicago 17; at
StL TjOtllo nnHnnaftl K IB TnU
Boston Brnnklvn A Rsw.... a. T (-
ville Cleveland' 8, Louisville ; at Phlla-
acipnia Postponed, ran; at New York
Postponed, wet grounds.
Western law At IllaiuaiKiiia-
Kaasas City S, Minneapolis 7; at St Paul
Milwaukee 6, St Paul 14, (second game)
miwausee i, at fanl So; at Columbus
Detroit ii, Columbus 9; at Indianapolis
Grand Rapids 9, Indianapolis 8.
Western AmnriaHnn- a . fit T i !
Birrlington 8, 8t. Joseph ; at Dee Hoi net
umcj i, jjes ssoines id.
State Arbitratlea asaaestsd.
SrRIHGriXLD. Ills.. Jnne 2ft. The state
board of arbitration has received formal
notice of a lockout of nail mill workers at
tho foundry of Hartman, Hay ft Beta, at
Belleville, and ala . u
1 " w . uv.av ivi mmm muk-
tratlon by tho state board of the differences
eusrang. in -nonce says: "The com
pany is ignoring men of the Amalgamated
Aa'lation. taslatfaM am - l-
prleee, which the men are fighting against.
m on. omn wainnressiai, ana Kindly
look tO TOn for IminidUto uillmiiM in
the matter, aa all honorahla means hava
' BriTAIXJ. June 90. The oossTemaea at
the American Physicians and Surgeons
has closed iU sesKloa., I( was decided to
hold tho next meeting in Indianapolis.
Jeweled crosses from the Bed Cross so
ciety la england were presented to Dr. C
Edson Covey, president of the American
Phyrtclans aad Surgeons association, aad
Dr. & C Kelsey, of Indianapolis. Dr. W.
B. Clarke, of Indianapolis, read a paper
attanalag the principles of vaccnaatloa.
Lakb flmvi, . Wisi, Jan 98. The
atadaata' eonfefence at the gronnds of the
wettera eseretarial InaUtate , is ac
larger than ovar before, having overgS
muaeumin attendance aa delegates, com
ing from 130 eotleires In sixteen different
states. The purpose of the gathering Is to
ma c sag swut leaders for the next year's
t ia laeaVeuege xoaaaj JBen's Chris-
BSSIII tSllllll. , . .
Bss) Brash Wlas a tVrhv.
Cnfcniin, Jane 2a. Ben
Latoma derby; Ben Sder,
There are diners and diners; in this
fity of ctwtrmrta. Some men here find it
a difficult thing to get a mtisf-ctory din
ner for $35; others get along nicely oa
a substantial meal that oosta a dime or
lees. .And then is at
little reataniaut here where a fall repast
caa be paiiiliauad tor i ejaat. It ia witk
rat Qoubt too cbcapaat aatiag aoeai la
the world. This cheapest dining
of aU ia baddled down ia a comer al
most touching the famous Mariners
temple ot Oliver street, a block away
from Chatham square, where streama of
people from an the four corners of town
pees and ipass. It Is little more than a
wooden hot, some 18 feet long and per
haps 7 broad, with a little addition tack
ed oa to it, which serves as a kitchen.
Small as It la. however, it feeda aa
average of 1.000 people ia a day, SO be
ing able to squeeze in before the counter
at one time; oa some days as many as
1,400 have eaten there. Tramps, out
casts, Tagrants aad Bran who have fallen
so low that they win never act an in
the world again, come daily, sometimes
three times a day, with the hurt copper
they have ia their pockets, to drink oof
fee. Branch the bread and eat toe pea
soup that constitute the hill of faro of
this most hmlyof eating hoasm It is a
strange congregation truly that one eees
within its narrow four walla congre
gation of faces stamped with vice and
ottteTJchery, of patched and ratty gar
ments and unwashed cuticle. .Women
occasionally oomo to this penny dining
room, but as the proprietor doesn't eara
for their etietom, they do not annoy him
Yon ask, What caa a copper buy?
wen, incredible as it may seem ia these
days of lavish expenditure, three cop
pers expended at this tiny restaurant
will buy a bowl of coffee, a bowl of pea
soup and four slices of bread. A bowl of
coffee and a slice of bread, the alios cut
generous hy, costs but a cent. Tot a cent.
too, a large bowl of soon is served, with
another alios of bread. A cent more will
buy two additional pieces of bread. The
bowl of soup ia a fall quart, the bowl
ui ann a pint.
If a man wants to eat more than
this at one time," the' little proprietor
says, "he must bo a glutton." At all
events, no vagrant should starve with
one of . them 8 cent dinners snugly
stowed away Beneath his soiled linen.
The pea soup is rich, the coffee is cheap,
out as good as one finds in manrnra-
tentions dining rooms , here, and the
bread ia so palatable that the proprietor
eats it himself. This 1 oent eating house
nas seen running ror over fire years, and
during that time baa fed hundreds of
thousands. Borne months the meals
served have reached the 80,000 notch.
.New York Letter la Pittsbnra Dis
patch. ' THE MARKETS.
Bow lark Flaaasaal. .
" Kaw York, Jane O.
Jsoaey on can aomiaallv S ner
prims mercantile paper. 964 per crat.
sterling exchana heavr. with actual boai
aess ia bankers' bills at tftoigtMit tor de
mand ana iai?s tor sixty dSys; posted
rates, 8B8H and ottStarJi; cottmercial
nil is, tssM. .
Sflrer eerttaoatea. StualO: aalam. ax na a
tu; oar surer, ae; Mexican dollars. Un
united States government bonds steadyt
new 4s registered, UT; do. coupons. . 117;
registered, lit; do. ooopons. ltt; 1a
regisierea, it: a a. coupons, t; rs rsgis-
"iwi rvane at V7, vum
vareago warn aaa Frodatia.
Cbicaoo. Jane SA
Following WOM the enxrtatioaa ea the
mara o Trade today: WoestJane, opened
IMic. closed se; July, opened Mfce, closed
SBMc: Septssiaei. oeoasl STr. eloaad MMtrt
December, osonsd Bsc. rloaad ssKn. flare
jnne. nominal, closed 2TMc; July, opened
ztc ciosea zhc; neptemrjer, opened 28 He,
closed, SMr: May. oneoed SlUe. eloaad SXaa.
Oats-Jane. - Bom! na!. closed IKsc; Joly.
opened Wc, cJossd ISHc; Ueutemloi. opened
lHe, closed lVc; May. opened lc dosed
WMo. Pork June, nominal, cloeed $7jmt
July, opens 87.10. closed ST.OS; Sep
tember, omened 87.271. eloaad BTXl. TLard
Jane, nominal, closed .VT; Joly. opened
nttdaee: Bailer Extra enanjery. lttCs
or ip., enr. snurr. lisue: rrean oaf-Ktoia
.tock,7Uatc Esvs Freeh stock. luullMeaer
dozen. Live poaHrv Turkevs. lOMc oar
lb.: ehickeas (hens), tt; earing rhickoas, U
izc: roosters, iHmci docks. Sc; geass,
84-00 per doaea. Potatqss tlood to eaotoa.
WSlSs per trsshaL Hew potato. sos7S
per barrel. Honey White clover. ISaiscpet
10.; orosara cosso. amjse; eitisi ssa. i
htrawberrtes Mlnaigaa. WmllM par M
usrt case. Black raspberries, 60Aeo per
u-qoars case: rea rssuusi I les. 7&2LS1SB bo
s-pint case, swacaasi i na, aiajekije par a
Chicago Lira Meek.
Chicago. Jaae 71
Uvb Stock-Prices at the Union stock
yards today tanged as follows: Bofm IV
tsmated reretpte for the day. 81 .0W; sales
ranaeo at az.asA pigs, sz.nka w nght,
tS.a! 9 roogh packina. n.UerAsi ssizei
and t8.eaa.. keary packing aad shipping
Cattle Est imated recernta for Sh da.
10.0UJ; qootatioas raagad at N-Ivs?4.4. choi
to extrs shipping steers, XHr,tl 9 good
choice do-, Sav4.o fair to good. S3 jrKXM
sommoa tomeainni aa, 9-'K4t.m bntchers'
Bteeez, f2.k33 M stockera, 8t-WU.IU ffwoerm.
Bi.amAeseewa. at.4es4.S9 fcrtfers. fijjvjaas
ssua. ozen ana siaga, aazgajn Texas steers,
and t.tUeAa real calTos.
Bey 1 aaothy. 8Sg:t; vIM. B7etS.
Bens. Fear to ehstea. M ma n.... .
Ifc. . - "
OliMSca. t .
Osel skt. We.
t'ts Soft Bars sey far eara red sssna 'l,r
W na aaa aeusea, VfelCi CSITSa,
enl - ZSSaC.
a ' v
a 1 1 I a
karatrlz of toe osMts of John
awe- or we eoonty of
ul , appear ketore the osoaty eoart
of Bock Isl aad eooaty. at the oStos of tae dark
at said soart, la tae city of Bock I stead, at too
Aasast teres, oa the erst Boaday ia Aogaot
aezket which thas all oeranaa aawlna JtZl
tterid. foe la praaae of havksg taeeesaa ad
d thle SU Say of May A. D.. JtH.
Baa. Has sab Bouaaa, Ansasatratrlx.
Notios of Final Settlement.
Batata W Daniel
Fa brie noUo k kereby gtven that the aader
sasd. kebert Boaaaa. saicator, kaa tale
day fled his Seal report sad e.Mluiaaal
Ialsad eoaatr, aad tkat aa order has kaea
stored ky said eoart approving the aatd re
port, ualeas objoonoas thereto or caass to tae
T?"' . 5wwnim eerors tas sota Say
ot Jaae. A. D. IBB, sad apoa tae taal an-
prorai or saxl report, tae said Bubert Deooaa will
ask for aa order of dtrtribeUoa. aad will aleo ask
tobediacaarged. All pereoos latere stad an ao-
BMBBBaa aw SksasBggia,
Bork leleod, PL. Jaae 1, tsat,
. . . . BoaaaalhKastAB,
By CL J. Sbabl, Attorney.
STATl OF ILUNOU, I
Boca IsLurs OomrrT, f
la the agaotv eoaM at the etaetvea A n
Re In bold Leteca, s Thoaias S. fcilrle, iUcaard
S. ellrra, William S. Brooks. aro
AfBdalt that the raaldaBea as tka IA.il
Sat. Williams. Brook, ia ant kaeera aad skat
anon diligent isanlrykls pleas of rasideaee oza-
ooi li rum., laioitfaaea anta tea aeon mrmm
saw, xaoaias a. bum. aaa Blcaard S. Bllris kar
lag keaaaied tatkeclerk'a odtoa af ta. eier.u
eoart of said coanty, notice la thereroro hereby
. . "" I!'. oereooaai mat we
oassnlajnaet Sled hia bill of eoamiales i. ..ia
oaen, oa las caancery .MM tbereof. oa the
ISIS dST Of AIWIL INS. aad thai theraeeea a an.
asons aee.4 oat of said OLaut. w total. mmlA a4.
e onw peaaing. retarnabia as law Bret Muajday
ra tae aaoath of aopteatkac aazt, as la by law ro-
. now, bbisss yoa tae azra noa resident de
fsndaat shore earned, William B. Brooks.
shall peraooallT be aad appear before aakj circait
eoart, oa the Srat day of tke Beat terai thereof.
to be boMea
at hook wiaaa a aaa ror too said
eaanty, oetbetiet Mooday la
la gi slawkui aezMad
the aaid aianklu.'.
plead, answer or deraar to t
eoaiBlBlat. the aaaaa and ika leetim. mm
waea v ere in caatwes aaa elated will aa take.
sseoafsaeed, aad a decree entered against yoa
wwmuia w ,av usorei or eaia oiu.
awca uisao, ilk, Apni llgas.
6BOBOB W. AABBta flwi
hTiBsa 1 1 1 . Oiatl.lB.ais kolic tears.
BTATB OF H.UHOIS,
fa the County eoart. Jaae term, A. n. HBs.
Brwe B. Braadeabarg re. Bsry A. OrU.
widow, J rente leaa. Jamb W. Gift, tfalllda
rail lirt". earaa aoaaia. lun, t.Hs J., u .....
Cora Sliis. Ida Kly. William UiU aad Uenrrs A.
wurcina, aaatiaanrawr of Stlete of Bllaasolk
muer. oroaaai a.
FeUiioa toaell era estate to Bar
TO the. a bore Mai d drfnaSaate MetlMs
reiuiaa. naran uaiwia unt - - wmn&
Afada.lt of too bob re.ldi we M yoa. afetltda
ra that yoa. Barak Aaaaa. oaaaot be toe ad. so
that process caa as ssrrrd aasa arm. aad thai
r.iniBBh mtwm una aaa si iiismb urn- mmM .eia
apoa diligent laaafcy year plica of icandenco
cannot be aasastaraed. not tea a baeehy grrea to
row aaa ewca e. yoa mm lae aaors saaaed peu-
ra aa. aam coon
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William Frey, comBWsaf-t, ea. Peter Fray aad
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in i. oa tne b ea
the b day of Jaae, A. D. vm, 1
hafodsy, the I lib day of Joly, A.
lbs boor of le etock ta the Sfieraeoa,
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iwmd. ra eald eoaatr of Berar Umm
mi. wraia aoiar ot tne eoart boobs, ra Tae eat
of Back Island, ra Bald eoaaty of Baek lalaad.
t pakBe veasae. ta las MfVast kMder.
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ref Back I. lead sad stats of Illlaaav kaewa
sod I.erlbi4 as follows
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Inside each two ounce bag
aadtsroooapons Inside each
four oa ace hag of Black irell's
lajrhara. Buy a tg of title
calobratad lobaoco aad road
too eoapoo which glees a
list of valnable prasents and
how to got them.
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