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TOO AH&17W. flATQkDAV, OCTODEIt 31; lCCa
Caas. Bliob, Manager.
For One Week, Commencing
Sunday Evening, ITov. 1.
The Seaic Production,
PULSE OF NEW YORK.
8 TO 1010 T.J 12.
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from a fptclal wlr. sill bs read b
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Bridge stcne, corn crib
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Wage-Earners Appeal to Farmers
for Concerted Action Against
Coercion and McKinleyism.
THE SAME INTERESTS.
The Hope of Good Government Bests
largely with the Independent
and Patriotic Farmer.
The Interest, of All rrodneer. Wrapped
t in the Electloa of Bryan and too
Sacce. of Free Silver Pi ote.
tioa AgaJnat Coercion and
The following stirring and patriotic
appeal has been addressed to the pro
ducers of the Mississippi valley by the
organized workmen of Chicago:
CH1CAOO, Oct. 27. 18!M.
To the Farmers asd Agricultural La-
dorersof the state of illinois and of
the Mississippi Valley Greeting:
As representing the interests and
having; at heart the welfare of the
wage-earning clashes cf our cities and
great centers cf industy, we address
you. as we aproarh the close of this
momentous campaign, upon a question
that we believe to be of vital interest
to all those who are engaged in the
productive industries of the country.
It is a fact conceded by all intelligent
persons, that the wealth of the coun
try is the result cf its productive en
ergy; that the toiling masses, those
who work with their hands in the in
dustries of life, in fact produce all of
the material wealth of the world. We
do not propose to underestimate the
value of intelligence irt the directing of
industry; nor do we ignore the impor
tance of intellectual labor; but we re
peat, that the material wealth of the
world is the result of its manual toll.
applied to natural resources. In view
of this truism we insist that the condi
tion of any country is utterly deplor
able when, as in our land, more than
75 per cent, of the wealth of the nation
is in the hands of less than 10 per cent.
of its population, as shown by the sta
tistics of the last census report; this 10
per cent, embracing not a single pro
ducer, but only the men who grow rich
and powerful by the manipulation of
money and of property. When, as in
this country, we find that the toiling
masscss, as representing more than 85
per cent, of the population, pos
sess, as shown by the same statis
tics, less than 16 per rent, of the wealth
of the country, we submit that these
facts indicate a deplorable state of so
ciety, particularly when it will be ad
mitted that the great majority of our
wage-earning poulaton are men and
women who nre at once industrious and
honest, capable and the most intelli
gent wage-earners in the world.
It is a truism in finance that they
who control the money of a nation
control its life. The more you reduce
the volume of money by so much you
Increase its purcnamng power, and
give to those who hold It an advantage
which Is the mere result of legislation
favorable to their interests, and not
the result of any honest endeavor or
genuine merit upon their part.
It is also true beyond question as It
has always been in the history of the
world so is it now that the Interest of
the wage-earning and wealth-produe
Ing classes are identical. Whatever
financial policy will result in raising
the price of the products of labor, will
in like manner result Inevitably In ad
vanclng the wages of labor.
In the present campaign a studied
effort has been made, and Is now be'
ing pushed, to bring about dissension
between the great bodies of the labor
ing people of the United States, the
agricultural laborers as a class, and
the Industrial wage-earners. Now, as
always, the privllged classes act ut"or
the motto, "Divide and conquer." They
know that in any form of represent a
tive government labor united can con
trol the administration and direct its
legislation, except so far as those who
are elected may prove recreant to the
trust imposed upon them, and vulner
able to the approach of the profession
Every effort has been made In the pres
ent campaign to array the wage-earners
of the cities, and of the great manu
facturing Industries of the country.
against the agricultural producers and
laborers, upon the theory dilllgently
pressed everywhere that the Increased
orlces of agricultural products, which
would Inevitably result upon the re
monetization of silver, would be pre
judicial to the Industrial wage-earn
era. by increasing the cost to them of
the necessities of life.
It has been the policy of the present
campaign conducted under the direc
tion of Mark Hanna. aptly designated
as "An Industrial Cannibal." to en
deavor to secure the purchaseable vote
which always exists In great centres of
population, by the lavish and corrupt
use of money, and to array that vote
against the interest of the agricultur
ists. But he and his associates have
not stopped with this: they have In
addition resorted to every conceivable
form of coercion, with a 1ew to com
pelling incorruptable wage-earners in
the city to join in this crusade against-
agricultural Industry under the
pressure of a threat of the loss of post
tion and employment In the event of
the triumph of the free silver cause.
The pressure that haa been brought
to bear In this direction, typified by the
brutal conduct of Mr. Crawford in SL
Louis, who discharged from his employ.
ment every free silver man in his es
tablishment, simply because of his atti
tude upon the financial issue, baa been
very great, and hard to be resisted.
That by the processes thus resorted
to unscruplous managera of the Re
publican campaign expect to succeed
in controlling In a large measure the
purchasable vote of the great cities.
and also through terror to cause many
a well tntentioned workman to vote
against his own earnest convictions.
cannot be doubted. We believe, how
ever, that the appeal which haa been
made to the manhood of the American
citizen, to assert Bta' fights in the
exercise of to franehiae under the
AastralUA ballot, will be aucceasXul:
and that thus the efforts of these ene
mies of humanity will be rendered un-
vaillng. Still it must be admitted that
from these conditlona there exist a
menace to the cause we have at heart:
nd hence it is that now we appeal
to you. whose Interests are so vitally
Involved In this Issue, that you Be
double your efforts, with quickened
energies, and make the majority of the
agricultural vote of the Mississippi val
ley for the free ller cause and its
hamplons. aa large as possible; so
large, ia fact, that it will gloriously
overcome end overwhelm all of these
floating votes, whether obtained cor
ruptly or through coercion, which the
enemy may succeed In obtaining, and
in which alone they f.nd tiielr present
confidence of success.
You In the exenlse of your calling.
are not being spied upon by the min
ions of capital, aa are thewage-carner
of the cities. Kach of you upon his
own farm, and within his own field
of labor, walks and works in an In
dependent atmosphere that is impossi
ble In these days to the average wage-
earner in the great centres cf Industry.
Wherever such a worker toils be Is
not only being watched by his fore
man, but he is liable to ftrd at hla
elbow some spy upon his liWty, some
seducer of his civic virtue. some
treacherous fellow workman ever
ready to report to his employer, and
pressing upon the want end relf-lnter-
est of the laborer the temjtation of
greed, or the promise which appeal to
the cowards. Those who may yield to
influences such as these must be off
set by the hoMS cf our honest and pa
triotic farmers. Secure In their per
sonal freedom they ran be relied upon.
Do not fear but that you will have
us with you in your struggle, t'nite
with us with earnest purpose and re
doubled seal, and make good among
the Intelligent yeomanry of thla great
valley any possible loss of votes which
may result from coercion and bribery.
We assure you. as fellow workers, as
members of the great army of the toll
ing masses of the land, that we refuse
to listen to all appeals which would set
us against you. our fellow workmen.
We declare ourselves loyal to silver
and to the cause of Industrial produc
tion everywhere. We pledge you our
support in the present campaign; and
we rejoice In the confidence that If la
bor will but present a united front In
the battle the triumph of the cause of
free silver, of Iiryon and humanity, la
O. E. WOODBl'nr. PresiJent.
H. O. BERRT, Hecretarjr.
W. T. FUKKMAN.
8. 8. VAPGH.
P. J. DALTOJf.
J. O. WITCH El .T
J. II. M MAXI S.
Trades Unionist Silver CluU
A Gostranmnlval rsnrrlnrat That FniUa.
a wo rvDrn rpiccrca living near
Toalonse were trot sjlisCed with the
flavor given to the turltt-y try its stu flint:
of rmfilos and rrretifly !et or mined to
try whether tho truffle flavor could net
be imparted to the bird It a proper ava
rem of diet. Titer elected a fat vonng
turkey aud fed it frr two mouths with
the moat delicato t:cfScs that the south
of France could 1 redact-. Tho turkey
seemed to enjoy the experiment. At the
end of tho two months the bird was
killed, roasted carefully and delicately
and brought epen the table. Each of
the experimenters ragrrly took a winjr
and found to his di.cnrt that tho turkey
had absolutely no trufBo flavor. New
The flcrrrcat Test.
The severest test cf manhood ia never
fonnd in good limes, but only in hard
times, it Is not the man who has sue
cess when others are doing well, but it
is the man who keeps np his courazo
and struggles on when everybody else
is wavering or going down who U tbo
hero in the sight of God and men. It is
an easy matter to make good time when
both wind aud tide are in one's favor or
when one is moving with the current.
bnt it requires character and skill and
daring to make head in spite of oppos
ing force or to work successfully agaitut
me current, exchange
"Little Johnny opened his rltnm yes
terday to find where the noise came
"Did he find out?"
"Yea. When his father came home.
the noise came from little Johnny."
Car for tlrnnni mm
As a remedy for all forma nf ti1.
ache Electric bitters has proved to
be the very best. It effects a perma
nent core, and the most dreaded ha
bitual sick headaches yield to its in-
nuence. n e nrjre all who are a!
Dieted to procure a bottle, and pive
this remedy a fair trial. In cases of
habitual constipation Electric Bitters
cores by giving the needed tone to
wuwcis, aiiu ic casea long ream
the nse of this medicine. Try it
once. Larce bottles onlv 60 cents at
w . ... . . .
nana aa iuemeycr a drug store,
ties! ruoa! rtasat
Dr. Williams'' Indian Pile Ointment
will core blind, bleeding, ulcerated
and itching piles, it absorbs the
tnmors. allays the itching at once,
acts as a poultice, gives instant re
relief. Dr. Williams' Indian Tile
Ointment ia prepared only for piles
and itching of the private oarta. and
nothing else. Every box ia guaran
teed, ooiu oj oraggists. seat by
man iot w otati ana el per box.
Williams M'f'q Co.. Prope., Cleve
land, Ohio. For sale by all drug
Whsa Baby was aV. waaa
Waea sb. was a Onfld, ate arias tor
Children Cry for
OF 300 Passengers on a Massa
01 TEE Fam OF A CATASTROPHE.
Train PAmmm, Esept taw Knglne, JmM mm
aha Cdg mt tha Canaan Co in fcy an
Open !Jrnw-lari4g Alr-Brmken railed
to Worh Sttn.ra mt a TrrrlMa rjrrloaa
In Art ansae Scorn mt roopto WLm
Lynn. Mass, Oct. St. The Rockpott
express on the eastern division of the
Boston and Maine railroad, leaving
Boston at 4:10 yesterday afternoon, had
a narrow escape from bring precipi
tated Into Paugus river through the
failure. Its la said, of the air-brakes
to work. As It was. the engine of the
train went Into the river, while the
tender and first passenger ear were
both derailed and now bang over the
edge within a few feet of the rushing
water. The Faugua river draw was
open to allow a coal barge to pas
through. The draw Is amply protected
by sijrals. and the draw-tender de
clare that all were net at "danger."
The barje had passed through and
the draw was partially closed when
the Rockport express came In night.
Three Hundred People 1 01 pert I led.
A usual the train slackened speed
as it aprroached the draw, but Instead
nf stopping at the signal It pushed on
In spite of every effort on the rart
of te engineer lo apply the brake and
bring It to a standstllL Engineer !her-
ty then whistled for the hand brake,
and the train hands, by quick work.
managed to stop the tmln. but not
before the engine had reached the draw
and tnpt-led fiver Into the stream. Kn
glneer IMjrrty and Fireman Jameson.
when they found that the engine was
going through the draw. Jumped and
were rescued from the river somewhat
Injured. There were nearly 300 passen
ger on the train.
TtRKtric aniK ix akraxsas.
Cyclono Sweeps a Srrtlsn Ttevotalo A
Seoro of IVopto Injnred.
Utile lick. Ark, Oct, 31. Fred
Woodrork. of Malvern, b-ing the re
port of s terrible cyclone which passed
through the est-rn part of Jefferson
county yesterday forenoon, doing great
destrurti n. The full extent of the
storm rennet be ascertained, tmt It I
known ip have been quite extensive. A
short time previous a 'h-avy wind
passed over Arhley county, delaying
the train near Portland several boar
by the delirla blown over the track. It
I thourht to have only been an earlier
manlfestrtlon of the storm which
struck with Intensified fury sear I bee
rill, a small station on the Althettner
branch, raselng front south to north.
It path wan see yard wide la some
places, and not more than to In others.
Nothing stood before It. and barns,
bouse, fi-nces, stork and forests Were
carried alms In It terrible vortex. It
I Impossible to ascertain the number
nf resM'-nee blown down or the ex
tent nf the damage of property. It I
known that fifteen or twenty person
were Injured, but no death have bees
Mother and Child Horned to rasnttt.
Jackson. Mich-.Oct. St. News reached
the city yesterday that Mrs. Albert
Itoblnson, aged i and her S year old
daughter, were bunted to death In
their house In Pandxtono township v
terd.iy morning. It I believed that
the cause wa explosion of some kero
sene which was being used to light a
Cyclone Sweep, over Kertllo,
Madrid. Oct. 31. A terrific ryclone
swept over tne city or Kevllle on
Wednesday with the result that houses,
chimneys and trees were wrecked and
there was a general panic la the city,
Many people were Injured and It I
feared that eomo fatalities orrurred
though no death have yet been re
Storms aad Hood, ia Prases,
Paris, Oct, 31. Heavy storms and
foods have occurred In southern
Prance. The river Ilhone haa risen to
such an extent that It haa overflowed
Its banks In several places. Many people
IV f erred to tho WldoarS Feel hags.
Milwaukee. Oct. 31. A local museum
haa been exhibiting a wax figure of
William T. KamnuM'h, the Juneau de
faulter who killed himself. Mrs. Kara,
busch sent an attorney to the man
ager and threatened him with a ault
for libel If the figure wa not removed.
The showman Insisted that be bad a
legal right to continue the exhibition.
but raid It would be discontinued In
d'-ference to the feelings of Mrs. Ram'
Bsrglsrs t'ae Too Mark Kaploareoa.
IwsCrosse. Wis. Oct- 31. At 12:30 last
night burglars blew open the aafa of
the Lacrosse packing and rrovtalon
company with such violence that all
the wlndowa were broken and the re
port wa beard two block away. It
la not believed that they got any booty,
but probably escaped on a train which
wa leaving at the time by the a
Went Crary Over fotHlea aad Daed,
Qulncy. Ilia. Oct. 31. Albert Weber, a
man of well-known family who went vio
lently Insane during the Bryan dernoo
at ration here Saturday, ned vu taken to
Jacksonville asylum tnr same day that
Bryan spoke In that city, died I See. yes
terday, lie was 37 years old sod unmar
Lorka 00 taw ColnniMa Beady.
Portland. Or.. Oct. SI. Cantata W. U
Fi.ka. corps of engineer, I . S.
riven a otic to tbe public that tb oanad
and Iocs at the cascade of lh Col on baa
will b opened fur navigation Nov.
These barks have been under eoostraettoa
for more than fifteen y
Cumberland. Wis. Oct, 3L Ttufu C
Clark, a farmer living near thla city,
deliberate! shot and killed hla Wife
In hi. own boose Thursday night, aa
the result of a quarrel. Clark la now
. Briasah OnVoor Held Sor
London, Oct. SL It la reported that
while shooting In HrajTbs Captain Mar
riott. of the Norfolk regiment, saa cap
tured .by brigands and that h. 1 held
by them for 1W.600 ransom.
A IFaitliful He's Mm.
FfcxCs lld nr.z.1 b
to C.: u Utc? to Zzzzzi Cj Forcr
JTiawfA.pl sweat, Orea. Jetr. I f(11t Car Pale Fesple t was ai'le tin r
t ij ft u t-bA .
yond, who ha far the pe4 See veer held
the office of School Ptiertor is iHatrirt X.
7, Indiaafielil. tevnariip, aod ta well knows
throarhest the county, " sty bmther end I
SVrred into thai canary. 'Ten a wilder.
Sesa then, and we loraied I the pine, here
with nothing bat our hands to carve out one
bains. It was aa aneqaal strogiej ban
bard work aad eenamny raa tiie uar and
tw year, ago, villi any forty acre, atari?
Clear of debt, I bens to Irrl thai the worst
wa over. Is April of tin sprinf I na
si. ins in driving lor duwa the aa fclvec,
wbea I was taken with a alictft bat canatsial
paia ta the left aide brtow the heart. A
day. passed the trouble Iwrenaid ; any appe
tite tVU away aad I vieited one of the bed
knowa aad annal trneeeakful dnrtnea In Cora,
the eonnty seal. 1 was tssn-nw that I haa
sa inward aboreoj aod sand wan mrk.
"It waatiard tooati work n he I knew tea
Well that at only ansa anidhsr aaortgar
SO my little iana, bnt witiaia a V days 1
Wa. obliged to reinrs S sty kin. The
Si -i trine farsiabed fr the Wl rare tae
Slicbt relief bnt I evnld detjei a perm. 1
sets beaeSt. My aps"tite wa guiie; I
eon id sot lees, sad day fund ne
froarinf weaker. I Best vitrie sr. A. I..
rWlry. of Meyvirie, who. ream the drat, said
that b. bad bat slight hopreof besettinc toe
Sa I reeooi mended that I go to a aaaitariam.
With SO aaanev thta I eonld sal do. even
tb-mrh tt won Id aar any life. sd wtth
eWiriaa that to dortnr fttraidard I re
turned sa say hosM aWhtit that the last ray
mi bap that I ovar would be any fnraaer arlf
am tod diiappiartnt. Iar pan t aod I
Wa rapidly loiaunf Seak. Ihtriurtheasful
to -nth. wbka I pmol that aaiancv 4
I eas sever fonpt tneai I wa redneed ia
Son frma weir b in r 1s pmiada to IIS.
"rtl'voly the loaf daea asd tne awfid eirlrt
pmd snttl anher seven dava had been
added to the awful day of tartar : and at ill
SO relief, ssd ear wetcttf wa Sow 140
sotrada, nerve ahattored and aty evsaeai la
actdoratde eonditi'va. At tht seiara my
Wit said that so sacking snnal be d-ste, and
With aoiMase 1 saa take Sa Marvilkt.
wheee Ih. tteeley rarineonlted. ASer
making S toersnrk vasminsttoa vnj wife
earnest' T pleaded thai a 4s onsthtsa Inr
an. H said that he eeald da lhr; ee-
li-f anistat he fMind St a sannortnm. (Mat
Stherwiae h weald rte me lot one t
anonth to Hv. tVn'ia fully she tar wed train
tb r.hrse-taa'a dear, and what I een.Ui'-d
at lni Hiraet bona. ma anon to be sn4v.
tkea. I bad read la the Vara -nirnnf of
Pr. Willrasm' Tink Pi Ira far Palo people
ant to haarflta tmasv had reeetred lernn
tireaa, and with faith lea tkaa the peat of
Saa Sard aeed.' 1 asked kW to eiep renn the
drw oimt and asenf a aoa. 1hih did.
ad after S totting ride aver a pose road we
anally reaebed hnrne, 1 red, wore aad In
Sorrow. 1 toog tae ami fnii. tum ttigtit. and
Mt tsv srist srlllng sarrasfnUy enwniiaeiiig
tb flickering hope, of Sir lit with the Hnt
rare of light ft-ot nay bed nana door, while I
thiaarbt oaly of what the Sartor had ad.
The furepart of the sight I was res leai aa
Sana, bat, da van believe, dorltac the latter
part mt that very aicbt I cnaftrt a aan, the
fcrd ant sad redans afeen I had oruttyed
(tar mMiths. I eoaiitiosl the minnr the
sett day. aad the f .Hewing airM I slept,
yea air; slept a rrestrr sortton of the sir's.
"Oh. vos eas't tin urine how hricrhtlv the
Saa abooe as our borne before that week was
over, aod bow tbs faint rays of bnpe wer
fanned hits a name, nut my fnttW end
maay nf sty set rh bora shsok their tx-atln
sad said : Fltsply snatetntng enietirir alenrt
thnaa ptlU? 'twill be bark arais. bsik out
for the utter erTeeta.' I'.nt here are the after
effect." said Mr. I'nfl'rwond satiditirereet,
th ptetare nf health sad wei prims ttif.
pnsad. Priw the Bwwrid day .Jv fetiinr
the sills fhe chit Tire net In. I enrM ten.
Sir appethe -earn back, ssd l-Hare I had .sold taa tmiu r l the limi.tv ert-ir..-Saasasd
the third box f Lw. WUliacu' Pisk llr. V illianrf Mad. Cav, ricfact.artavl, is. k
Hot Water Heating,
Steam, and Gas Fitting,
Copper, Tin and
Sheet Iron Work.
Cor. Nineteenth street
snd Second Avenue.
ehoeea. ana neiorr itte imina w. uih-im i t
wa dum Sir farm rk. Mr rure w
somplete and pertuanettt, and I ! ti t
eea a sick day sttiee and ytm lat lr. V 1
hams' punk Pule bsl'aie I'cafilrari ai,i...
get. of gold at our beta sr."
ls-ar t. the oiatevnenta I tisve S'sd' T
Why. crtaitil end sith tileaatiTe." en 4
Mr. VtMirraeod. abes the ri-pnrtfT i
rested that onsie aivi)le ! vere t1 a -nuainted
rth bint Siuiit ieekn'ti''i. 1
be acvvmiitiled the rp"Clcf t a Jneiie, a
nfliee, s here tbt Mkraiiif solans Ui.im ui
w a. takes 1
-Ti y wntcas,)
l'a srv 1 twiiss. I
Perarmatly aemed l-iire vne. Tl . V t
4ei a mid. aha, tinder ei h, deelaretl ll mi's
at 1 mi fiita amidr in the alien liHert h-
true and eorrrct 1a rvrrjt retf-eet.
I. tTTrt.tS, Jt'efeej. IvIUr.,
ta end tur 1 mania 4 unit? , Sal 1. 1 n,
Olein 4ersiiire, ah M lirrxvit nt t's
Inarm ww atth Mr. I ntWwawd, total : 1 s,
SteigtihaS I idarWcsrilV rttve i itlav tl
Sitravle I tiie J (e rrl tliw llltv, a.:.f
the annry it taild av end aM-aV a'psm.'1
St lay, autd Mr. I tiaiavird,"tt '"' 1
tiy dini'ita abanrt ttM' (iintlav, ( i I. 'S
hatSlp W.1U. J. II. V eever :'! V tl'arti.
drew 1batitMis.i l it.1 . i! i nilirvi" d,
nr any of tiie elisa-ts .4 tvlitil.li ti.m ti ia
tliH seettasi : thear aViMia U1.L1.rt tl."
lHaritig the evmtvraatiaiti slm li tullev d
aftaar tle taitara . tbe eepairtav hettn tl t : -d
lr. Iliuialrt". ad plsvvtlle ri'ttti'' 1 1.
Vilhanw' Pink I'tlW I 'ah la-.il. in I s
prtii-,atiCl tlint Mm. 1 linnHia Att'1'v..iti.liv.
1 liatt a - Slih USatai . Iilid ras.-tva
laai. le li framitlMSt ; sieailbitt .1. till Mi
Sr, li.-r)ir rMr Air.ai, tlii .tHititt . ta
f-ariviii ar4idttirn vaMrt it ii,. aim I nd
aS a OUflrwr tnittl liillaiMarliet N11H1.IH I
awe. id leva title, ly a-irred l tin it a -n.
Ititt a tiirld wna jitirielinr tl e-Mii is
saald St imif In 4ii.elic.atiiai t.inii.jt.
A Mnscatine Wcoan.
O the aeavnid flm (f .mead amr 1: rtt' dl
biialnaa tiildmr, .nt.d rt . I '. . i
teas ftrea. Si a lie IiihihoI . 4,. i I . . , i nd
Mr. M.f. Ih-icp. stid tt an. i-n.-e y
t'S the plirisaaa 4 ai..Sis talih I't s
ann s soeaMatia mi vM.irt.el4. . ieli 1.. 1 . 1.
The rvtiairtav a)nni .villiaip tmnid Vr. Vii s
a lllth itKll-e.4t taiiiaia-verllllli.4 .,,
srnrnfilaw 1, titat sa-arenlH'h-w is a va n
pvtihal tnaad. I pain tjnaiuiry e t.i tl'. !. . a
lit she at.s'laad tr.ini tlietm ad lr. V li in itf
1'ink Pill fas lab- I'avifile, t-lir HHl :
Alsnat etilrleanMitliiiii ten- 1 1 -s
dns stih whittle ali.titnnil m nii r
lisaba oaaet-iHi l Siv rtirln 1 r. mill "S
wna tiie attaai tl.nt I avmlii tint en II. 1 1 I!.
Aftv try ttia' variant raaawli., all ,.l .14
avail, a taaly -iililiur d mine, Mr.. ,1 '! a
a a . 1..!. . .
wrv.vTi" 1 . e.ia. , r v.is ai tut' aa 1 tl ti,
PwMrtiainad It. V 1 II until-' Pink IV). ,.i !' s
I'awfiie and said adte bad Ht tliaiii t. r - una),
tar teuulile aid Iim.I lanind I ra-.11 .'ra 1. .....
ti'-tal. I ptirelisaad a Ihi .4 1.1 1,, m i . : .-a.
pav a Snir avt.ve, eiial i -4
auVea all erf tha tin tMl I lafMi Ui tav l l-iii a
btaaiiad tt tl 1 am l-rtm tw . I w
tiaiiNt tat e tlnvti, tmy r a a.vnd 1
end hes I bad riy IiiiMm-4 tl.e .-..i.J
b"f I sua able ti. vail. liait si. I) 1 a ,ag
and have bad aa artm k hikv.
i heartily etid.ire tr. Vlllii.tiit4 p.'ik
rill, bs I'ale 1'e.aj.h and . l vMifta trl t id
anyone aflli.tad a' f wnae-miM tia-a ,lv is.
"t.ired ta tlteir Sisaal brslili bytlieir
af 'rrn f kr Jmmit. Sftiawttaoe, .saw.
N-. Williams' Pink I ill bs Pale Veenl
jeesaaw riamitAttieptalilir aa ttt.lui.ing
blatnd biiildav and serte rawionv. rut -t.r II
darme eaf weaktiea nriaiitig fr.ua a tu t. rf
eamdttl'innf the bband hiirlere1 .a a .
The ill. areanld Irr nil deala-ra. ,l im
etd at paid em navirt of price, kVi e-.-t te a
! rts taaxao .t2.Wt atlia-y nra- 4 .