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GRAND ARMY RETIRES
Retreat Sounds from the Encamp
ment at Buffalo and the
Boys Co Home.
FEATURES OF TEE LAST SESSI05.
Election of Officers Completed, Silver Serv
ice rmwM to Paat Comanawder Walker,
and Several Noted Women Preaented to
the Cucjunpmeut Report on Pension
A Correct Hl.tory of the War of the Re
bellion Something the Vets Deaira.
Buffalo, N. T., Auk. 2S.-Last night
found the Grand Army in retreat from
Buffalo. The encampment of 1897 Is over
ana Its comrades are leaving town as
fast as the cars can carry them. Band
after liand. followed by weary men
trudging to the rnilday stations, passed
down the streets at intervals during last
evening. "Home, Sweet Home." was the
usual selection, and the crowds which
nned the streets shouted good-bye after
the departing comrades. The last func
tion on the long programme of events
was a reception of officers and chair
men of the woman's citizen committee
at women's headquarters at 8 o'clock.
The commander-In-chieCs headquarters
were closed at 8 o'clock affd by 9:30 the
adjutant general's office was dark
Proceeds to Complete the Official Roll.
The Grand Army yesterday elected
the balance of its officers for the ensu
ing year and adjourned to meet at Cin
cinnati next year. Yesterday's session
lasted from 9:13 o'clock in the morning
until 3:43 o'clock In the afternoon with
out intermission. Opening under that
order of business the encampment took
up the election of senior vice commander-in-chief.
Comrade Alfred Lyth,
of the Bid well-Wilkeson post, of this city,
was placed in nomination by Major A.
J. K. Smith, the commander of his post,
and was elected unanimously, there be
ing no other nominations. The election
of a Junlon vice commander-in-chief
was not acrorrmlichprt until afQPnn..
there being four camlidn tP find Bovaral
Intei ruptions to the proceedings of the
encampment Dy speeches and the ad
mission of a committee from the Wom
en Itelief Corps. On the first ballot
F. It. Allen, of Connecticut, the can
didate of the Naval Veterans, led and
on the second thtre was a rush for the
band-wagon and before the roll call had
been completed, the adjutant general
wa3 instructed to cast the vote of the
encampment for him.
Commander Walker's Handsome Present.
Dr. David MacKaye. of Dallas. Tex.,
was elected surgeon eencrilnngnimn.,..
ly. and llev. Frank C. Bruner. of the
nr.-i aieinouist church of Chicago, was
in like manner elected chaDlain-in-chitf.
Past Commander-in-Chief Walk
er, of Indiana, was presented with a
rliver service by the encampment, the
nOtlrcss belna mado hv n'misn, m -,
of Boston. A committee from the Wom
en lu-ner uorr.8 was admitted to the
hall and prescnti d the convention with
several beautiful floral emblems and
made a brief report of the work of
the W. R. C. for the past year. Mrs
Woodley, national president of the Army
Nurses, was also admitted to the con
vention, likewise Mother" Ransom, of
California, 82 years old, the oldest army
nurse living, and Mrs. William Soatt,
who spoke for the colored veterans who
were unable to attend the encampment.
Report of the Pension Committee.
Among the reports receiving favorable
consideration in the executive session
of the encampment was that of the
pension committee. It recommended a
readjustment of widow's pensions, and
presented a form of nrnof mH oii
, , . nffiaa-
lion in pension claims substantially the
--me us mai emooaiea In the Pickler
bill, which has passed the house of
representatives, but has nnt
senate. The report staled that the pres-
Tf.i u.iiii.iisbioiier or i.enslons had con
sented to adopt new rules substantially
the same as those In force during the
Harrison administration. The report
also recommended that congress pass a
service pension law to apply to all vet
erans who have reached the age of 62
RICHMOND'S INVITATION REFERRED
Virginia City Told to Present Its Proposi
tion at Cincinnati Next Year.
The report of the committee having in
charge the memorializing of congress to
purchase several of the most important
battlefield about Fredericksburg, Va., and
connect them by government roads'was
adopted. The Invitation of the Toung
Men's Business association, of Rich
mond. Va., to hold the encampment of
1SS9 In that city was received and thanks
extended, and the association was In
formed that the question could only be
considered by the encampment of 189S.
Another committee reported favorably
the proposition to establish national
parks at the battlefields of Vicksburg,
Stony River and Appomattox. The re
port of the committee on text books used
in the public schools was adopted. The
report deals severely with some of the
histories used In the south, charging
that they misstate the facts as to the
cause cf the rebellion and present them
from a southern view-point
A regret is expressed that after an ex
amination cf all the histories used in the
Stales that were loval tn th vni-emmont
in the opinion of the committee none
merits the unqualified Indorsement of
the organization. The report closed wltb
the following recommendations: 'First,
that this encampment urge the contin
ued agitation of the question of Im
proved ttxt books In our schools that re
late to the history of the United States,
especially as to the events of the war of
the rebellion: second, that the national
encampment authorisethe oppolntmentof
a permanent committee on the subject
of teaching patriotism In our schools,
which will make a report each year;
third, that it be uraed nnnn omr ,4 ...
ment of the G. A. R.. and recommended to
me woman s Keller Corps, the Sons of
Veterans, and all allied organisations,
that they give direct and persistent at
tention to the selection of proper text
books for use in our schools, and the
exclusion therefrom of such as are Im
proper." While the encampment was In session
Vlce-Commander-ln--hif t ...w
called Into the committee room and pre-
wun a cane made from a piece of
Wood taken emm IK. . i j .
AaderaonvUl prison. Vice-Commander.
In-Chief T.yth was an Anderson vllle pris
The Women's Relief Corps elected Mrs.
Sarah J. Martin, of Missouri, president.
and Mrs. Robert F. Atkins, of Buffalo,
senior vice president. Mrs. Kate Jonea.
of Vermont, was chosen Junior vice pi es-
laent. Mrs. Belle T. Bagley was re
elected treasurer. Atyesterday'asessionot
the Ladies of the G. A. R. the officers
elected Thursday were installed.
IMPORTANT FOREIGN NEWS.
British Farces Drive the -Afrldis The
Franco-Raft laa Alliance.
Simla, India. Aug. 28. General Biggs,
commanding the forces at Kohat, hav
ing heard of the Afrldis' plans prepared
a force and attacked the enemy. After
sharp fighting the Afrldis were driven
back to the hiHs with heavy losses. The
British loss was one sepoy killed and a
native officer and two sepoys wounded.
The Upper Swat tribes on the right
bank of the river have paid a fine of
20.000 rupees for revolting against the
government. All Is quiet at Shabkadar.
Jt is believed at Simla that the Oraksais
are not sufficiently in earnest to attack
the British posts on the Samana range.
London. Aus. 2S. The Times Paris
correspondent declares that a definite
treaty between France and Russia has
actually been signed on the deck of the
French cruiser Pothuau. It is stated
that the toasts proposed at the banquet
an the cruiser were drawn upat Wednes
day's conferences. A dispatch from
Paris says: Nothing Is known as to
when. the terms of the alliance between
France and Russia will be announced,
but it is rumored that they will not be
published yet. The German press illy
conceals its surprise and chagrin at the
conclusion of the treaty under an as
sumed nonchalance and with the as
sertion that it makes no difference, as
the czar will not sanction any scheme
for French revenge upon Germany.
FeU on the Tines of a Pitchfork.
Bartlett. Ills.. An- 9a Moia f -
Strom, a laborer employed by John El
lingberg on his farm two miles from
Bartlett, was fatally injured by falling
from a hay stack upon the tines of a
pitchfork. Engstrom was working on
the stack and called to the men below
for water. A Jug was handed to him
upon me tines or a rork. In reaching
for it he lost his balanco anil fell th
tines, passing through his body. He
Advance in Foundry Iron.
Chicago, Aug. 28. At a conference
held here yesterday of northern and
southern furnace interests an advance of
25 cents to 50 cents per ton on foundry
iron was agreed on. It. was stated that
"owing to the abnormally low prices
that have been prevailing" further con
ferences will be held at an early date "to
better regulate prices, and to have the
northern and southern pig iron Interests
act in harmony."
Seems To Be a Vicious Maniac.
Hudson. Wis.. inr. 9S irthnr
Lochead. of Glenwood. an Inmate of the
county rarm, attempted to murder Over
seer Walbv With a aharnenori ranknlf.
Walby was trying to make him go to
ii in raim, wnen suaaenly ne turned and
fought him with the knife. Lochead,
who Is supposed to be unbalanced, was
elected mavor of Rlenwnmt a van
as a Joke over one of the prominent bus
Minora Decide to gtay Oat.
Springfield, Ilia, Aug. 28. A State
Register special from Taylorville says
the miners there held a meeting and by
unanimous vote decided to remain out.
The Taylorville men, under command of
John O'Hara. left last night for Deca
tur. On their way they will be Joined
by miners from Nilwood, Green Ridge.
Girard. Vlrden and Auburn, and expect
to have 1.000 miners in Decatur today.
State President O'Hara in command.
Railway Shops Closed by the Strike.
Dubois. Pa., Aug. 28. The Buffalo.
Rochester and Pittsburg railway shops
at this place closed down indefinitely
yesterday. This is direct rc.-ult of the
miners'strike. The road's freight busi
ness is principally hauling coal.
Chicago Grain and Prod ace.
Chicago. Aug. 27.
Vnllnwlno. waia tVi- n,,t ,lnn- .hA
Board of Trade today: Wheat August.
upeueu ana ciosea nominal; Depiemoer.
opened 92c. closed 92c: December,
opened 90,c. closed 8Pc; May, opened
9110 rlnBri 01 r rnn A. ,.... l
and closed nominal; September, opened
-j-Tsc t-iusea ic; iecemDer. opened
Slc, closed 32c; May. opened 35c, closed
3S'4r. Oat? Aofflist nmnml an lw4
nominal ; September, opened 18c. closed
18?4c; December, opened ZOVfce, closed 20c;
May. opened 22"c. closed 22c. Pork
cjjiciiiucr, DfiFUfa iO.iZYi, ciosea s.M);
October. nnenri 18 kli ilnau1 u e-v . tv
cember, opened $9.00, closed 18.97. Lard
epi?iuuvr, openea fs.su. closed 14.80:
October, opened $4.8714. closed $4.85.
Produce: RuttM- TTvtra
184c per lb; extra dairy. 15c; fresh
f-iwi.s bc. eggs r resn
stock. 13'4c per doxon. Live Poultry
Turkeys. 769c per IT chickens (hens).
7,i: spring chickens. 9: ducks. 8c.
Potatoes Early Ohio, 5055c per bu
Blackberries Fair to good. 75c 11.00 per
16-qt. case. .
Chicago Live Stork.
Chicago, Aug. 27.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
19,000; ales ranged at $3.2594.50 for pigs,
$4.2544.55 for light. $3.95 4.10 for rough
packing. $4.104.45 for mixed and $4.15
64 40 for heavy packing and shipping
lots. Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day. 4.000: quotations ranged at $4.95
E.43 for choice to extra shipping steers,
$4.605.00 good to choice do.. $4.454.70
fair to good. $3.S5t.30 common to me
dium do.. $3.6064.25 butchers' .steers
$3.4V93.90 stockers. $4.004.45 feeders
I1.90&4.00 cows. $2.6014.40 heifers. $2'
4.00 bull?, oxen and stags. $2.754
Texas steers. 1J.40S4.40 western range
and $4.007.10 veal calves. Sheep a
Lambs Estimated receipts for the da
7.000; quotations rar.aed at $2.7503 sfc
westerns. $2.7063.40 Texans, $2.S53 SO
natives, and $3.005.25 lambs.
Milwaukee. Aug. 27.
Wheat Lower; No. l northern. 95 He;
No. 2 spring. 3c: December, SSc. Corn
Steady; No. 3. 31c. Oats Steady: No.
2 white. 22fcS23c Rye Lower: No. 1,
Mc. Barley Steady; No. 2, 466047e:
Bay Timothy, $7O7.0; wad.
Potatoes 00e a bushel.
BttMr rah- to ekoiee, 13c; frank amanery,
Ksss Flash. So.
Chi rt ana te. apring ehleki
Coal 8o ft. lie.
CstUs Duiehert oar tor com fad atom su
w-Tsv, owwa aaas aauawm, s:
iters. tUsVtto; aivaa,
Bprlag linns IfWMI,
TRADE OUTLOOK IS BRIGHT.
the Coal M tsars' Stria Clawda-
New ' Tork, Aug. 28. Bradstreet's
ays: The treneral trad situation h
tlnoes to improve, and aside from the
unnecessarily prolonaed strike of the
soft coal miners there la Httla In stent
to cloud the outlook. The featurt of
the week is the advane hi prices of
almost all leading staples, beginning
with an upward movement all akmg'the
line in iron and steel. Steel ballets are
BOW ll.fiO ahnv 1hvm v.
tl.iO. rods $3 and plates $L Bessemer
pig iron is up 25 cents and foundry a
iiae amount. Lead, too, and soft coal
are nigner, as is wheat, aotwithstand
If! IF anna nr f va Msrtinna
Bradstreet's points out that the
statistical position of wheat is the
strongest known, since the United
States became a considerable exporter,
and that Its price, as well as that for
bread, is likely to materially exceed the
present week's advanroa ir.xii...in..
that for wheat, prices are higher for
wneai nour, corn. oats, lard, potatoes,
butter, eggs, beans, cheese, leaf tobacco.
wool, and live stock. Advances for
leather, hides, lumber and linseed oil
are aiso reported, cotton, which is up
3-16 cent, reports the smallest wnriH'
stock for seven years past at this period,
an improved tone and higher fMces for
me manuiacturea product. 1
WOMAN WILL NOT BE FOUND.
The One Who Was Present at the Killing
of Albert Hawkins.
.Chicago. Aug. 28. The mysterious
woman who has figured with such nrrrni
inence in the details of AI Hankins will
be a mystery to the last. Content in
the belief that even If found her testi
mony would not have phnni1 th. in
quest verdict from the one of accidental
ueain, Dotn tne pence and Deputy Cor
oner Bach were willing to be induced
Thursday moraine to retrain fmm fur
ther effort toward the establishment of
She crooned out In tho bvMuum f -
ery witness except that of George V
Hankins, a brother, presented before
the coroner's Jury, but though in her
statement lav the nnlv wnv ... .
ual understanding of the causes and
uaiure or ine acciaent, tne pressing of
the point of finding her name and of
learning tne reasons wny she was not in
tuu nu uiscreeiiy passed by.
encores on the Ball Field.
Chicago. Aug. 28. League base ball
records: At Washlne-tnn st T
Washington 3: at Philadelphia Pitts-
ourg o, rnuaaeipnia a; at Baltimore
Cincinnati 0, Baltimore 6; (second
game) Cincinnati 3. Rultimnu r.
new xoTK C'nicago 3. New York ;
(second game) Chicago 0. New Tork 6;
at tsrooKiyn Louisville 4. Brooklyn 9;
at Boston Cleveland 10, Boston 4.
western Learue: At rnliimhm Mil
waukee 4. Columbus 8; at St. Paul
Grand Rapids 5, St, Paul 14; at Detroit
Minneapolis 3. Detroit 23; at Indianapo
lis Kansas Citv 3. Indianannlla io
Western association: At Cedar Rapids
tt. Josepn z, cedar Rapids 6; at Rock
ford Burlinetcn 9. Rorkfnrrt is? at u
oria Quincy 10. Peoria 17; at Dubuque
ues oioines 11, Dubuque 9.
The Shepherd, Mark. Mvsterv.
Shepherd, Mich., Aug. 28. So far as
the Ryans. father and son. are con
cerned, public sentiment In this vicinity
naa unaergone a aeciaed change now
tha trie-people have had time to calm
ly review the cirrunrmta
Ing the murder of Cashier Struble. It
as come 10 De pretty generally be
lieved that the dying cashier was in no
state of mind-to give any accurate in
formation concerning the tragedy lit his
few semi-lucid moments Just before his
death. Nothing new has developed in
Wisconsin Company a Heavy Loser.
Ashland. Wis., Aug. 28. The Gold
Lake Xflnlntr onmnnnw . I. .
o - .-.,u..j , u . . aicau v&
which is ex-Governor Swineford. was
mrown into consternation yesterday by
the news that 2,000 pounds of valuable
gold ore belonging to the company went
down in the City of Mexico.
Justice Spitz, at Kansas City, held that
slot machines were not gambling de
vices. The Foresters' supreme convention in
session at Denver has selected Detroit
as the meeting place for 1899.
The Tenth district Republican senator
ial convention of Iowa is In a deadlock;
6.700 ballots, all alike, have been taken.
Joe Wolcott. the colored fighter,
knocked out George Green in eighteen
rounds at San Francisco Thursday night.
Arthur Gilman Burley, a pioneer bus
iness man of Chicago, died at his home,
1620 Michigan avenue, at noon yester
day. The dam In the Wisconsin river at
Kilbourn City has been washed away,
leaving the pleasttre boats in the Dells
high and dry.
Governor Tanr.es has appointed Louis
Arringhin. of Alton, state factory in
spector, vice Mrs. Florence Kelly,
of Chicago, term expired.
The United States armor factory board
will be in Chicago Monday to Inspect the
Illinois Steel company's works with a
tomb of the late Emperor Frederick of
Free silver curators of the University
of Missouri have charged Dr. F. C.
Hicks, professor of political economy,
with teaching gold standard and pro
tective tariff. '
Coe Adams, for many years a leading
commission merchant of that citjr, and
who built the Frankfort aid Kokono
road in Indians, is dead at New Tork,
aged 73- years.
General Woodford, minister to Spain,
has cabled the state department that he
will leave Parts on the 31st for San Se
bastian, where the queen regent of Spain
Is spending the summer.
Fear of bread riots in several town
in Ohio are entertained. Reports show
that an aggregate of 17.500 persons are in
want of food, many of these being chil
dren under 14 years of age. Coal strike.
L. P. Carver, cf Clinton, Wis., dislo
cated his Jaw while yawning. For two
hours physicians worked to get It back
in the socket and failed. Then he was
taken to Janesville, where ha was re
lieved. F. C. Seloua, meat famous of elephant
hunters, is in Chicago. After tweaty
three years spent mostly in the Jangles
of Central Africa, fighting hand-to-hand
with fUree Mats he lees when not la
personal combat with elephants, buffaloes,
Hons or tigers, Seloua, with the lor of
travel still Diadamlaul d.al 1 -rix.
art ptaMwtal ptuta at Uw gtofca
COURIERS BACK NUMBERS.
Longer Any Need to Go Thranga Kav
ropa W ith Tne an.
Up to times within tha memory of
living men 'almost na one of. meant
traveled through Europe withotit a
courier, tiaiore railroads were built
and before good guidebooks were print
ed be was almost Jndispesaabie. His
tribe survives, but "in greaMr dimin
ished nnmoars. lo tlie self reliant trav
eler be is of ao use whatever. Indeed
be is-freaaentlT a rjnaitiva isranhnM
and worse. To hit mind one mt the
(Mat pleasures of travel is In learning
m tTavei uj myseii. xnere are satisfac
tion, pleasure aud education in plan
ning routes, deciphering time tables.
mating Bargains, learning by observa
tion the lay of the land.
The time may have been when a
Courier Could save a travrbr mora than
bis cost. Most aortainlv that la nut Ika
case now. On the contrary, as.be gets a
percentage on every port-base bis party
makes, which, cf. course, eotaes out nf
the purchaser in iucreased price, and
as it is often for bis interest to 'advjfe
toe more costly route, tne more costly
hotel cr the mora costly excursion, be
eats op nincb more than bis wages,
while saving positively nothing. Bean
declares that in a two weka'. t
southern Spain, which be made side by
siae witn a couple having a courier, be
invariably reached the hotel first, got
better rooms and saw all the sights to as
good advautage, yet the oourier was. of
his kind, an expert The fact it that
travel has become sn oanoral bU
companies, railroads and -land lords' have
so wen stnaiea its needs books are ao
plentiful, that yon couldn't very well
get off the track or have a mishap if
yon tried. Herbert Luce in. "Going
What Ho Played.
A member of a military baud at a
certain barrack came to the surgeon re
cently with a long face and a plaintive
story abont a sore throat.
"Sore throat, eh," said the rargeon
pleasantly. "Let mo see. Oh, that's
not bo bad. A slight irritation ; nothing
more. You'll be all right in a day or
two. I tbiuk you hud better tako no
risk in renewing the trouble by using
your tiiroat, tmragn, so i xeill rerom
mend yon for a fortnight's sick leave. "
Armed with the scracou's certificate.
the bundinuu obtained his two werka'
sick leave. The two weeks had just
come to an end when he met the sur
geon on the parade ground. Tbo band-
man sainted. The sargeon recognised
the face and stopped.
"How's the throat?" he saked bleas-
"It's quite well, sir." was the reply.
"That's good," said the tWeon.
You can get back to year duty with-
out fear. By the way, what instrument
do yon handle m the Laud?"
"The small drnrn, sir." said the mn-
feieiau. Chicago Ke'ws.
Onrralora uasmto in ira
Spnngfleld. Ills, Aug. 38. A few dis
gruntled miners employed at the West
End shaft here published in local papers
a notice that the strikers had acted In
ran iann wun mem, having promised
the strike would soon be overi and that
tney would go te work yesterday snern
ing. a close match was placed on the
mine, but no men went down to work
nd probably none will. Operators cen-
erally concede he strikers a vktnrynow,
sad it is only a matter of a few days un
til tne strike win be over and.all the me a
i nvi on mcreagca vim.
rare food Mm Artfint a annas.
Detroit, Aug. 28. The assembled
Pure food conimissinners have at la at
perfected' their organisation under the
ndma of "The National Association of
State Dairy and Food Departments."
At tneir iat mecimg the fsllowir.a offi
cers were elected: J. E. Blackburn, of
Columbus. O.. president; 11. O.Grusvenor.
or Michigan, secretary and treaaiarer.
Resolutions were adopted yesterday urg
ing congress to pass laws placing man
ufactured products tn original packages.
under state laws, wherever soM.
Eight Sailora Drowned la a Wreck. -
Lisbon. Aua?- 27. The Ttrl(!sti
Galrloch. bound from here for. Aberdeen,
nas been wreaked five milea north of
Cane St. Vincent. Hie-ht nf hr e
Austria ia the country most lenient to
murderers. In ten yeara over 600 per
tons were found gailty of murder, of
a, com only as were put to death.
From the top of the cathedral spire in
Mexico yon can see the entire .city, and
the most striking feature of the view ia
the-absence of chimneys. There ia not
a chimney in all Mexico, not a grate
dot a stove nomas furnace. All tne cook
ing is done with charcoal in Dutch
Bowling, bflhards and card nlavinir
are unlawful in Michigan, accord ina to
some dead letter statu tea.
outooio, musouiar ana se'auca. Wltb Nea
rmlglaCareit will quickly remove T U XT'
sli lottos of bodily pain. Mua- it 1 JZ4
CURES separate eurafor U 31 A
w each dlaeaea. torrnTaJlf
sale st all drarslnts. Mostly Z&e A X&Jfl
When In doubt, writ to Prof. Monoa, Iftnt
Araa etreet, FMladclpaia, Pa., for free medi
OR TBS BZST
Heating, Gas Fitting,.
All Wort Omars.
MM TZSD ATEK"t
t ASS ASSERTING IN THE
BKXUSIVE USB OF TOT WORD C ASTORIA AND
" PITCHER'S C ASTORIA," as our trade mark.
7, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, (f Hyannis, Massachusetts
was the originator of "PITCHER'S CAST0R1A." the same
that has borne and does new y,rr on every
bear the facsimile signature of OC&r&C& wrapper.
This is the original - PITCHER'S CASTORIA." which has been
used in the homes of the Kothen of America for over thiily
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and sec that it is
the hind you have always bought on the
and has the signature of CCm&2cZc urap-
per. No one has authority from ne to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company cf xhich Chas. H. Fletcher is
Zarch8,1897. ' - Q&&?.1.
Do Not Bo Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which even be does not know.
"The End You Have Always TimMn
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The End That Never Failed You.
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Sawed tailsj tisna,
Astlsr zsi triaa:n
For cheapnata, dmbUltr ul
beaaty axoeUed by mot. Tkia
toM doM not wttk or Mlor iha
wail wiU alkaU. o. Fiuimt
tor tWtlMttM Wtll TWMiT
rartl ftMratfoa ud b ntmrstX
prompU at oar ozpema.
Qsurlot 13 saOwtroa Book
laitad oa tk a, m. m q. 9. n.
TrriM aToi. sad 10 wiU ttop
tlssia and fsssixta
ttsaa csy tlza t z&tl.
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COITtTS fKTJ cir.UT Tn nra
THE TRAVELEBS' GUIDE.
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C at I T r'eint, .itrvar rilthaTrnrat4 tatf-
Cai. 1 Wner.
tat Issillai tutui.
f Wortfe,Ikaaas alsUO.
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t U, SiineSai rank,!
fcnr. Jtln Tit afm auiasli
fThlr..a nilte 4 m.
raona. gesioatuwa, BatH
tfjotatt 140 p.
surttna;. Cllataa at Daaaaaa
saaaas Otf. Dsaasr
at rac oaaat tu Oslssfn
UaUs. t!nU aaaaat saaatan.
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a aleaaet aata,
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R. I. & P.
THROUGH CAR S2RVICB
Mt of racU aacry Unmk
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