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WLEMFRANnS. Senator Vest Bars the Secre tary's Confirmation. DUE TO POLITICAL DIFFERENCES. I normal For Ihc rrMif Cabinet Ap pointees to lie Help tp In the Senate. Not Likely to l'rrrnt Conttriualion finally Washington Notes. Washington. Dec. 16. The nomina tion of secretary Francis as head of he interior department, has been irferrort to the finance committee in accordance with the custom ot the senate. Komi nations of the president for cabinet positions are usually confirmed very promptly. The nomination of Mr. Francis was sent to the senate a week ano and yesterday was the first mcetms of the finance committee since t he nom ination was referred to it. Stretary Francis will not be continued until after the senatorial election in Missouri. It is understood that Senator Vest, a member of the finance committee, suggested that the nomination jjo over until after the holidays. The opposition, if such it an be termed, can lo traced to the rec;;::t election, in which Secre tary Francis supported the pold Demo cratic candidates. Considerable feeling has been engendered, but it is not be-liev-d that the opposition will le car ried so far as to prevent a confirmation WASHINGTON EVENTS. Republicans Ieny There Is Any Inten tion of Passing a Tariff Hill at This Session Wouldn't Go Through tlis Senate Other Matters of interest. "Washington, Dec. 16. Memtiers of thew;iysand n)eans committee say that there ha v been no developments either in their various conferences or in sujrfjes tions from leaders of the house indicating that there is any desire or intention to pass i tariff bill during the present con jrress. It had been reported that the bill, on which the committee was now work Ing would be lmsstnl at this session. Chair man Dingley said that nothing of the kind was In contemplation and no such plan would be considered, unless some thing was done by the senate which would le to take up the bill it now has, amend tt and put it into conference. Mr. Dinghy indicated that it would be imprnrtleahle to pass a bill which could not receive, con federation in the senate. Another mem ber of the ways and means committee said that it would le foolish for this house to pass a bill which would be torn to pieces in the senate The next house would have to pass it again over the np ixrsition the bill aroused in the senate The present work of the ways and meins committee is the preliminary work which that committee would have to do in the beginning ot a new session. The secretary of the treasnry has an nounced that scaled proposals for the purchase of fci,7t,tiUI first mortgage londs of the Central Pacific, Union Pacific and Kansas Pacific railroads, now contlttit ing a part of the sinking fund of the Central Pacific railroad, will lie received at the treasury department, office of the secretary, until 1:8 o'clock on the 21st day of Duwmlier, lS'.iti. The bonds will In sold with all interest accrued and unpaid thereon. The senate committee on Paejfip rail roads has agreed j;.lt jn view or the fact the mortgages on both the ITnion Pacific and the Central Pacific are now practically due it was important to secure the action of congress at the earliest pr.ic ticable date. Senator Allen of Nebraska has intro duced a bill appropriating $l,fR.Orii for the survey of the headwaters of th.; prin ctpal rivers of the country for the location of available sites for nservoirs for irriga tion purposes. The house committee on appropria tions finished the bill for the legislative, executive and judicial expenses of the government for the fiscal year endinz June 30, l&M. The bill carries a total of 21,7.tiM, which lstl.01Kt.3Sl less than the estimates and 17,MKl less than the nppr.r priations for the current year. The prin cipal new item is for the clerical force of the new congressional library. The house and senate committees on Invalid pensions have arranged to hold a joint meeting next r nday to hear a del gation from the tiraud Army of the Kh public on the sublect of pension legist tion. The Tennessee delegation in the house has waited on Speaker Keed to ask that an early day lie given to consideration in th house to the bill to give Tennessee Ccn tennial exrrosition a government hiiilillng and exhibit to cost $l:ttUM The siM-aker replied that the committee on rules would consider the matter at an early iicetini; The statement of the condition of the treasury shows: Available cash Iwlun.e fc.li.044,627; gold reserve, tlU.V.J..Y.i?. -THE COMPETITOR CASE. Denied at Havana That F.vecotion of Prisoners Js Near. Havana, Dec. 16. The second trial of the crew of the American schooner Competitor, captured on April 2!) last. by a Spanish gunboat, while apparently landing a filibustering expedition on tho coast of Cuba is still in its prelimin ary stages aud consequently, accord ing to Spanish law, tho proceedings are yet private. It is expected that the case will shortly pass into open court when all the features of the case wili be made public. The stories circulated in the United States of the secret trial,' sentence and approaching execution of the prisoners are wholly raise. Perjured. Witnesses Sentenced. Cincinnati, Dec. 16. John Seward and William Trust e, witnesses in the Kryan murder case who were convicted of false swearing, nave been sentenced in Newport, Ky. Seward was given two years and Troste one year in the Kentucky penitentiary. They at tempted to make the jurors believe that Pearl Bryan was beheaded on the Ohio side of the river and conveyed to Fort I nomas afterward. MeKlnley Invited to the Game. Chicago, Dec 16. An invitation has been extended to President-elect Mc Kinley by the management of the Uni versity of Wisconsin -Carlisle Indian football game to be the guest of the rfcss club at the Coliseum Saturday night. The major will be in Chicago at the time. Ksady to tlt to Cuba. Dks Moines, Dec. 16. George P. Guiot, railway ticket agent at the Union depot here, has organized a com pany for tho Cuban war. He has ar ranged to equip 50 men and has 28 on the list now. The men have agreed to go as soon as belligerent rights are rec ognized. Shot For a Double Murder. Salt Lakk, Dec 16. Patrick Cough lin bas been shot in Sage Hollow Rich county, Utah. 25 miles north of Echo, for the killing of Deputy Sher iffs Thomas Stagg of Echo, Utah, and Jv. A. Dawes of bvanston, Wyo., on juiy an, i two. Joined Spain's Enemies. .Madrid, uec it. a ruspatcn re ceived here from Singapore says that the natives of Mindano island, one of the Philippine group, have revolted and that many of the native troops are deserting to the insurgents. Acto gat rial Dead. Florence, Dec 16. Alexander Sal Tini, the actor, the son of Tomaae Sal Tini, the great Italian act or is dead. WITL PI10TE0T LAURA") A. The State Iiepartmmt ;iv- It's Word. V. S. Consul Not tNreetrd to fretent Her UniliuR l Valencia. S.aiu Tay lor Probably Has I ! rut-lions. Washington-. Dec. 10. Messrs. Tucker and Seward of Baltimore, repie scnting the Haiti more concern which chartered the Laorada to biing fruit to the United State, and John JL. Van diver, re-presenting H;irt & Co. of Phil adelphia, the owneis of the v-sscl. have called at the state department to in tiuinr into the rejiort that the Lauuda liad been preventca from entering the Spanish irt of Valencia. They uleil to see Secretary Olnev or Assistant St retary Kockhill. but the chief clerk listened to their statements ami ans wered for the li purtuielii. The ship ping men said that they had lccii in formed the Laurada had lici n foi bidden liy United States Consul Mertens at CJrao, tlie port of Valencia, to enter the harbor. The chief clerk replied that this was iiiijtossible ; the department had sent no such instructions to the consul. Mr. Tucker nest asked what the do partment of state would do if the Laur ada entered the port of Valencia and was seized by the Spaniards. The chief clerk assuied Mr Tucker that the L.;tur ttila would be atlorded the same piotco tion extended to any other American vessel. It is probable that the state depart ment has been advised by United States Minister Taylor at Madiid of the faitua t-ion. and he is satisfied to leave the management of the matter to Ins dis ci ttiun IF YOU HELP CODA. The penalty the Cuvernincut Can '! Will Likely Fnfoice Again Knli lutut aud Accept Ing a Cuiuuiisatvu Potter the Hag of Cuba- WAPHiNrsTON, Dec. 10 The attention of officials heie has been atliacted uy the stories coming from all portions of the country inln uting that enlistment are going on of parlies of men to go to Cuba to join the insurgents in their struggle against t lie Spaniards Tln-so enlist incuts are in ilirert violation of the neutrality laws and inn p'olnbited on der 6eveie penalties. For accepting a commission to serve againet Spam. country with which the United St;ite is now at peace, the penalty prescribed by section It'll, revised statutes, is fi.OlMl line and three years' impii-on-ment. while for enlistment to wivn against Spain, or hiring anyone to en list, the fienalty is almost as heavy, be ing a maximum of fl.oou tine and three year's imprisonment Tlie enforcement, of these laws nat urally fall within the functions of the United States nfiieials to whose knowl edge the attempt at infringement, is brought, but if t he movements cont nine on as large a scale as reported. It is probable that the department of jos tice will send instructions of a speci il character to all of its agents calling their attention to the proclation issued by the president last spring and enjoin ing 0(1011 them a strict enfuicemcut of the neutjulity laws DISCONTENT WITH WEVLER He Is lealnn nf :,f,r Ciruji(l AaV I n li--aii'l. Madrio. Pec. -According to sur face indn atic;: tTi plain (General Wey Icr- 5Ciii s(Mn be relieved of his com mand in Chiba. The discontent with Weyler is not iceable. even in th- gov ertiment org.ins. I hey s:iv that instead of going to Havana to receive an m merited ovation, he ought to have con- tinned the military operations in the piovmceof Pinar lel Kio A taci impression nasaiso neon crenien here by the dispatches of the Spanish correspondents at Havana aiinouiiciue that. ( Jeneral eyler has snpprs-iei! all dispatches referring to the ovations in Spain in honor of Major Oirnjeda. It is supposed the captain geneiaTs action was due. to jealousy and it is currently reorted that the government i dis posed to replace Weyler by (iciieral Marin, now governor of the Cuban pro ince of I'nerto IIico. TO EXAMINE FAILED BANKS. Tba Comptroller Appoint William H. llardt of I'liiladelphia. HoixiDAYsBiRO, Pa.. Dec. Ifl. The coniyitroller of the currency has ap pointed William M. llardt of Philadel phia, as a special bank examiner to in vestigate the causes which led to the suspension of the First National bank of this city, and the consequent col lapse of the Martinsburg and Williams burg banks. It will not bo known for several days whether or not Comptroller Kckels will permit the banks to resume business. While the excitement over the closing of the three institutions has died out hern, the dejKisitors at Martinsburg are at tho highest pitch of indignation and threaten violence. A Munler a WlLKKSBARRE. Pa l Snicirl, Dec. !. Dnring a family qnarrel Morris Pope shot John Keithline, fatally wounding him. When Pope saw his friend falling to the floor with a mortal won ml in his head ho placed the revolver in his own mouth and blew a jiortion of his head off, dying almost instantly. The President Killing Icit Washington-, Dec. l. The presi dential party enjoyed splendid sport off South island, the number of ducks bagged being about- 00. STATE HAPPENINGS. The self-confessed Murderer Erb.now in jail at Harrisburg. is suspected by a Chambersburg detective of "being; con cerned in the death of his wife. Krb denies it. Senator Thoma opened Penrose head quarters at llarrisbnrg, where it was aid ei-LieuTcn.mt Covcrnor Wat res would not be a candidate for senator. The divorce rase of Rr-r. G. Heath cote Hills against his wife was post poned Tor a few days at West Chester. Caleb I). Thomas was badly wounded by another pupil in a tight at the West Chester Normal school. Fire in the Williamsport Candy com pany s factory destroyed f.OOO worth of property. At Mechaniosburg thieves made an nnsuccessful attempt to force the safe ot V onderleigh te Brother. At Lebanon the sixteenth anniversary of the constitution of St. Mary's Catho lic cnurcn was observed. Frank Ruf of Braddock died from the enects of a horse tramping on his head Thieves forced an entranceinto Hale's aitiuery, in lower Cumberland county, nun ecureu ten gallons ot whisky. At Catasanqua the Wahnetah silk mill, which has leen idle for some time. startca up on toll time in every depart meut, giving employment to many men At the request of the Journeymen Bakers' union. C. Li. Magee. the new state senator from the Forty-third dis ttict, will present to the legis'-ture the bin providing for the nispvT.on and sanitation of bakeries. John Eggee. tho oldest native resi dent or AUentown, fell down the steps at the Hamilton street crossing of the lehigh alley railroad and was se verely injured. jonn poweu. a woodcutter, aged 80 years, was found dead on a pile of wood clippings in a miserable hut in U Mara township, near I'ittsburg. A search of his person revealed "00. AL the Chnreh of tho Annunciation the twenty-fifth anniversary of Rev. Father E. A. Garvey's assumption of the charge of the parish was inform ally celebrated at Williamsport. jv J I Says Morgan, If Needed to Pro tect Americans In Cuba. IT BAN iionnoKs DEPICTED. tlie Senator Advocated Strong and Ic-ci-tive Arlion In IH-Mlim; With the Cn bn llimtioil lEi-no ill on Adopted Ak inK r'or lniiuiUut Inlormaliou. Washington. Doc 1 Cuba eontin nes to be the most live topic iu congres sional i ircles. Senator Morgan of Alabama held the attention of the senate and well iillel galleries for an hour by his earnest ad vticacv of a strong and decisive jrfilicy in dealing with the Cuban question. The prominence of Mr. Morgan in tho Cuban debate of last session, when he had charge of the Cuban resolutions reported from the committee on foreign iclatio'is. fravo special interest to his speech lie sjioke in dispassionate style, al though his words had a directness and severity in picturing the horrors exist ing iu Cuba, such as is seldom heard in tiie senate. Mr. Morgan sjioke freely t.f the possibilities of war, welcoming it if necessary to guarantee the piotee tiou of American citizens. He asserted that Spain's bankruptcy would prevent the collection of any indemnity for wrongs Tho senator questioned the wisdom of the president's jmsition t bat tue granting of belligerent rights would be 'untimely." Mr. Morgan's vievts on the line of action which should be adopted was summed up in the follow Although I Inlieve that belligerent right should he accorded the Cubans, in jisnilich as the president prefers a moic t-ncruivc policy and warns Spain that I he time is near at hand for decisive action. will support him in any movement- that will save our people on that Island trom fin t her outiage; I will not obstruct his course with questions of propneiy, hut will follow the eolois when planted by tlm president on the advanced ground th.it the concession of belligerent rights h-s be crime ' untimely" and that oui duly now demands active intervention. I' th:t crumbles away. I will au-im fall l:u k to the position that a just ease foi our own people requires us to declare an aimed neutrality, ready to assail cither U-iliger nut that, indicts wrongs on our own ppo .i. If the president, should say "Ine lim Ii.IH nrrivetl. i he hour has struck, woul l any American lie so base as nut In hold ui his hands while the lutile was raying? I will cnrilinc my remarks ; i-iiiimepts upon ihe facts statiil in the recent iinrm il message i if I hti president and the report of the secretary of slate I am not able to discover that the president has made any specific ii-i-oTiniieiiilni inns or tniln v tion as to any ;i tion he deems it pro-r .r tXedicnt fur congress li take with refer ence lo Spain "r '"'.''; not that- he h.is indicated any coiiimi. eid-pf. ,- still patient, waiting, that the executive ''pnsr f-j. trtko Congress, thus lull lo its own Initiative, mw't assume its own rcsponl bility In matter of thl Inofct ei'lou gravity Oongresi must give to the statement of the president iinliesit iling iu-cclanje as to niaitirs that were eomiutt led liv Hm constitution to his e-pecial charge When he undertakes to stJite the facts thaiT,-t our relations with 't-!;:-r powers we must acrc;;f t tiesn facts, unless the disproof of them is ovcrpowei insr. This me -sage is therefore of the most Impressive importance, as n statement of the leading facts and conclusions I hal Ikmt noon our dill iis in rcsHi-t to the contlict. if amis which has lagiil for ovi-r twu years in thi- island of 'ul-i, and il has tho support of nearly all American In-lic's I have not heard that Spain -onl rovcrls any statement of the president in his message The evidence that comes from private sources lelati ve to I he condit ion of (Tuba an I the horrois of ierset!iition. rapine and extermination visit ml upon the jicople of Cuba admits of no doubt as to its credibil ity. Yet it presents pict urcs so tiicicdihlv inhuman and so disgraceful to t he civile z.ition of t his age t hat it st tins the mind into dilM-lief that such things can be true- Mr. Morgan wont on to speak of the trying situation, which required prompt action to save thousands of inno:ciit people from cruel and deliberate butch cry. The wholesale massacres of Spam was no surprise to the senator, who had anticipated it. Then he said : If war with the 1nited States is ne-e-6ary to reconcile, the Spanish M-ople lo tho loss of Cuba by foreign compiest-, said Mr. Morgan, we shall Ik; cumM-llcd lo meet that emergency. If the destruction of "uba is enough t satisfy the popul sentiment of revenge, we can avoid a war with Spain by rein lining inactive, while our own iM-ople are licing mined or slaughtered along with the Cubans If we mean totake.any action toward stop pingthiswar of annihilation and exltr minal ion we have no t iuic to lose Mr. Morgan sjioke of the resolution of congress at the last session, whn h he said left to the president the choice of concurring with the policy of con- gress or delaying- 1 lie president inso delay. The war has continued, said Mr Morgan, nntil it has reached the final and desperate stage of a war of devastation and extermination, with the people f Cuba as a pre y to those who have set aside the usual honoiable usages or wariare. ami nave liecomi robbeTS. cntthroats, assassins. iaviheis ud firates." Mr Morgan spoke of the necessity for protecting our citizens abroad. Iii ferrmg to Turkey lie expressed the hope that the policy of this government should not le relaxed and that wr would not m uc n longer near ot tnese Turkish offenses against humanity. Attheclaseof Mr Morgan's speech his resolution was adopted it-qucsting the secretary or slate for papers and in formation relative to the Competitor prisoners and ot her American ctti.ens held iu Cuba by the Spanish authori ties. Representative Woodman of Illinois has introduced a joint resolution direct ing the president to intervene in Cuban nnairs. I lie resolution, alter reciting Ceneral Maceo nssassinatu n and Span lsh cruellies in i;nna. says mat the pres ident has failed lo carry out the wishes of the people; that the honor of tho United States is at stake and that his tory gives no precedent on which to base a hope that Spanish operators will rhange to compliance with civilized warfare. The president is directed to express severe condemnation of the Spanish methods of waifare. especially the murder of Maceo ; to recognize the independence of Cuba and to demand of Spain tho withdrawal of all troops from Cuban soil. He is also directed to take proper steps to see that this demand is carried on' Snapcrtrd of Train Robbery. St. Loins. Dec. Ifi. Walter Jackson, a cigarmaker, has been arrested on sus picion of lieing one of the men who held up and attempted to rob the Iron Mountain train iu this city on the night of Dec. . A llad Man Killed. Claremoke, I. T., Dec. 16. Ed Reed, who one year ago killed the Crittenden ! rot hers outlaws at Wagoner, has been iiniself shot and killed here while treating a disturbance. HOT SHOTG FOR CUBA. A Spanish flng was burned at a public Bun-ting in 1 exington, Ky Ucsnlntions f symp ithv for Cuba were r-i-sil by Ihe ('h.-ittaiuM)ga city councils. Mciic is wild over a rejHirt that a Fpanisli niob ,-ii.aaultiHl the Mcxie-in con till at Uarcclona fur sy mpiitliiing with I.'iiIki Frank Mayer, n Virginius survivor, will lira I a ('nlian svnii:iiliy p;ir.idn in Nrw Yoik, Monday evi-niiig. St Mark's Kynuiii (religions). New York, will hold Culian sympathy m:iss-nie:-l.ing Friday evening A big Cuban iiinssinet'iing was held in Jersey City. Culwin sympathizers of .Tacksonville, Fla , held a big torch iht proc-ssion. The oflici-s of the Cuban junta at New Y-k are Usiegiil by .i.li( ants fcir enlist nient. St Paul phvsicians are sutVNcribing in one j to buy ine -i.-ino for the Cuban. - ,f" ' i n ii hi riMsrr THS' L0 JS B'.LL C0Nl3ReD. i i ;.rrn,a lhea Iu Seeond-Class Mil Matt. -The Iloune fcin. Washington. Dec 16. The house has - , - e . u r. entered uin the consiaeraiiou m w Ixiud bill to amend the law relating U the transmission of second-class mail natter. 11 e bill has been widely dis cussed in the public press and has nut with most intense opposition from ccr ! taiu quarters. It denies the right of i j ial novels to admission to the mails ; at the newspaper cent per pouud rates, ' denies to newspapers the sample cony privilege, prohibits the return of unsold publications at jound rates and makes eome other changes in the present law lesigned to correct existing abuses. A ' change in the second class mail matter law has been repeatedly urged by suc cessive postmaster generals. It was i estimated that the abuses of the law bad cst the government $40,0O0.00O m the last ten years, Mr. Jjoud (Cal.). ; the author of the measure, biought it forward quite unexpectedly to a ma l jority of the members of the house. I The opposition, led tiy Mr. Cjuigg (Is. v i.i ir.iTi,r:ited a hlibustt-r and at tempt ed to prevent its consideialioil by adjourning, but the house sd by Mr, Lrfiud on two votes, ilefeating the on position 1:54 to 102 and 141 to M. Th opposition, however, an; hopcftJ of clo fc;iting the measure when it Is I'ut on its filial passage, Before this bill was brought up, tho bill to reorganize the Atlantic an-1 I'acilin Uailroad company Wiis called iD and pitssed with some amendments after an hour's debate. Tho bill ns passed gives to the purchasers under fom losuro sale all the rights of the old company under its government charter, but it provides that it shall assii. ne all the debts and obligation of the old com pany and that the lands unearned July f.. W.Hi, along the then uncompleted portions of the road shall, ns n condi tion precede to reorganrat ion bo relin quished in writing by tho purchase! s. MAJOR M'KINLEY'S TRIP. lie Will CJn to Chiragn Tomorrow K-n-Inc Ilanuw Visited Him, Caxtox. O.. Deo. !. Major McKin- ley will go to Chicago, starting tomor row nitrht. The object is to 30111 Mrs. McKinley for a few days' visit with her cousins. Captain and Mrs. Mc Williams, as well as to obtain some rest from tho continuous strain of receiving and eiir tei taing callers. It is ln licved that Major McKinley desires some time the better to preparo for tho drafting of his inaugural ad- dross, to which he is now giving somo attention. This (loeumont will bkelv well be under way before hn does much toward forming a cabinet Chairman Hanna has loeii here con ferring with the maior regarding tho inauguration. II. II Kohlsaat of Chi cago has also been here ami Lieutenant CJovernor feaxton of Kentucky. Fitxiiiiinon-Sliarkey Trial. San FitAvcisro. Doc. Ifi. Tlio Fit7- Rinimoiis-yiiarkev witnesses navo no (ionsational testimony. Imf Kitzsiin- nions friends say tliey are now alile t,y prove a tloetor pt-rforinetl an ojieiatioii on Sharkey to jirolueo external evi dence of an apparent fonl. and that he waa paid 1.000 for the uervico. A MUNICIPAL SCANDAL. The Granil .Inry lnVfti(;tlnK ItoiMllins liarg.a at M iiiiieaMliH. Mixnf.apoi.is. Deo. Iti. Minneanolisi is apparently on tho work of a munici pal sehanilal sensation. . The aniiouiK O iiit'tit that a warrant is out for the ar rest of City (Merk Charles K. Uaney and that Uaney is on his way to Mexieq by devious routes is received by aston ishuient. The charge is briliery in con licet ion with city fuel contracts. He left very suddenly last Friday night and althouRh tho local anthorili-s have made every etiort to arrest inui befiire lie crosses tne ooroer, tney navo not yet succeeded. The grand jury is now iu session ami is investigating a liniiilK-r of aldermen charged with boodliuc in paving, sewer ana other contracts. It has leaked ont that at least two in dictments have been found and some ;ttl others are promised. The evidence has been gathered by Chicago detect ivus under the direction of certain niemlx'rs of the (jond Citizenship Ieagno. nion the charges made is one that the ballot Ixixcs in the Eleventh ward were lam- tiered with to secure tlie election tit an alderman favorable to tiie combine. Tho contest over this seat is still in progress. Tried to Suiritln. Pitir.AnKi.fiiiA. Io. 10. Henrv Van P.riint, n dealer in sand, genr-ral rorz 1 1 act or and president of tho New York Horse Mannrn cotnpanv, attempted to commit suicido by taking lauilanum and subsequently gashing his throitt at tno imperial imtol in this city. Jt is believed he was temporarily insane. THE MARKETS. riTTsiirnn. IUh-. 1". WIIKAT-Nn 1 red. -ar;r:; Nn.Zrirrl.tt.V3 sprint; wln-at. Ii:i(S-iiii-. COliN-Nii -! yellow ear, old. No. 2 slielhtl. isn,"-'SV-4-; old high inixiil ln-ll.fi. '!it-JT,y-: I1HI.-.I rnr. aitii7c; new No. Z -,:llow er. -.T-M.a'.Ujo. UAI S-.Nii. I white, Z-i'(W!-: No. 2 do. 21 tartysr-: tr No. a while. .'Hr0tiic; liiiht IlllSlfl. 11(1-. IIAl-No. 1 timothy. $11 !Sail -tH; No 2. JtliUKulliut; par-kimr. 7.fit7..Vl; No. I bfd inn iralri. is ItXuA.:); saiiiiu hay. Sit OHit 1j.ii for tirnoihy. ItlL'LTHY burse live chickens. 4Hitir. per pair; live hii krns. Kiiiall. SfKt-Mr: lreM-l, rnii.sn: mt xiuiiu, live inn Ks, (-(,(.. v. rnr pair: rir-sea. ui-c Imt kiiih1: live turkeys, sa'.h- IM-rmiind: tlresscrl. ljti:ic; live ceese., fl .nidt l.2. er pair. "AM r. Pheasants, 4..V3S.nil per donont quail, l&r,l.nil per dozr-n; rahliits, 11i!Vi2'ic per pair: squirrels. lt&lne: wild lurkeyo. si..-fi; praino liens. S.MX&T.M per do-Aen; wnoie acer. ixa.ic per pound; aaddles. l- ni i i r.n r.iRin prints, iric; ln rreamerv. zifc-x:: tjino i.-im-y creamery-. Iftaak-; lan. y rouniry roil. i.mu.i'- . low U'raile ami cook tin;. 4C ne. ill PCPt. T . - ... v ii r.r..-r. r unry .-vew ir. lull rrpnin. ll!-4'f,llr: new Ohio, full .-renin, Ute in lie. "WUim,; Wisconsin Swiss, In I nb. 1 1 iilJi-; iiiiiuiir-fer. new, 1'ullr; tiino -SwiHH, in lulm. Ili-M-: Swiss, in square blocks. IIWil2rt. l.liiiS Slrictly fresh Pennsyl vxnla ami "I m rases, aiaX'lo: Soullirrn. I'JSflt:: stor age, u-iiisc Pjtt-Ri-un. iiwi. is. t ATTI.E Receipts fair on Monday, alinut 711 cars on side: market active.; prices lm- niClier; Kxlav. rnn Unlit, market sternly ami iitH-liani'ed. Weqiiote: l'rlme.l.;"rlKi4 7ii; uiunl. 4.-iirti :i5; liily. J I WKu 1 In; km1 him hen i .in&ri.tl;.; fair. ' SVa:i .l; feeders, J I uvi .1 HO; liulln, staus and r ows. 'Mair.'l 40. ImI. r-ows. .nrn.i ni. iresn r ows anil irinue.rs. J .H Kl ) "I- i. HtHiS Knreipta f.iiron Montis v. almut an tloiilile-rlrck ears on ssIm; the market ruled r.tFnly: loalay the rnn is linht; marke slowest tlie followinir quotal ions: Prime pits. S i wiii S 711; prime medium weights. $ :.3ir-:i iV,; prune litlit Yorkers. f:l .Vi t hi. roiiimon lo (air Yorkers. i.tv&.i .-B; lieavy lns. (.I.t 40. Kinm1 roiiflis.f ? 7IHt;i.ui; ,iUBy m.w anil nlaua MHEKP AND I.AMRS Supply on Monday fair. Hi ears on sale: market slen.lv ; f-iicHv lo lay. 7 rrs: market steady at yesterday' prir-es. We quote: IVime. $:! i.7il. i-.smI 3:Stfl.S!: fair. $-,5oi;Mi; lommnn, J-'nnj $2,311; culls. l Uliiil f.l. IdtmliH-ClMiu-a. $4 7rl ti-': common lo cood. Jt.T(4ill. veal ralvrs. JVoiiijiii.aS; heavy and I bin calVM. JW'K'aH.ou. rixrmNATi. IVo. 1&. HOGS Market dull al J"2 .1.! 411 1! eeipts. 4.5KI head; shipments. :i.Hi head. CA'lrbR Market steady at f2 2.Vi4 411. RB ripls. 9UI hi-ad: shipmenls. Nil head SHEKP AND bAMHS-Mark.-l for sh-ep Steady at &!. 11 &.'.;. He. elpts. Willi head; shipments. 8141 liead. LamlHt Market klea.lv at )U.uJU.aa. Nw Yoiik. Her. 15. WHEAT Spot market weaker: No. I hard CORN Spot market steady: No. 2. CPc. OATS Sjiot market dull; No. 2. i'Jc. CATTLE No trading. European rallies quote American steers at lltSfclrJe per pouuil dressed weight: Rhe!p at Vjlhit: per sinnd dresMxi weight : rrfriu-ersior Is-el al Siji'..-.. SHKEP AND LAMMS Nn. fheep. -.H(i3.8.-,; lamlm. S4 J 167.:. All tradinc HOUS Market steady at U.5uiti.ua. M 'direct siikls WIiIkiIiis. For lh- beiiciti of ih ho deire to 3 1 trn' ihe ccrejruT.ies i:ie d-ni - to the inaiiir utt m.i ni i ri.i' iil-clict VcKinl.-y. the Per nsyl vmiin Ktiirciel company hIIIsciI i Nf'-rsio 1 l:cki-!s ! A i-biniii ri March 1. 2. ' uini 1. v-iiid to reiurn !r ni Inrch 4 li s. . , li e folioMiuit lov- rl's: l-'roiit Yo .'."": t'I'i "icitilii.i. 40; ici'tinior fl.til; 1 ! trri-'hiii g, e-"tt;; '. il.isli:-p .rl XiiooxiHid l',l!'-;. elioi: ml from n!i otner .-IK i-i - 01 the (Vii'i-y I vt id t y.t, 111 it r. J i,-. 1 r .lie '1 ..i.- it koni.ritii-iii vill h m ist inler is!" a 1 vei:. :i-el i!i u e-mi ! V attraci 11 i-irne ihiiiI'mt .f p upl.- fr.iin every s.-c-li. 11 ! the c iii'iirv 'i In- HI Ijrnili f-tctliiie of he I'clili S I v.iiw.i r-tilr.i 1 1 in ik this 1 iiie t he f j v t ri;e r.nii-i- H : niu.ui.l i-i::iil nt , times, ami ' i'i o.-m iis qi ji:n il anf! S le nlid termin i: alvmtairi- at Was'.iin t i-n in ike ii c-p.-ci.illy pop. ilar o.i sucii oc caio:is. 12 4 3m. DREXEL'S IMPROVED EMULSION OF PURE NORWEGIAN COD LIVER OIL WiTH CHEMICALLY PURE HYPOPHOSPHITES OF LIME AND SODA. FOR - CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS. wOUCNS, - COLDS, ASTHMA, SCROFULA. -SKIN DISEASES, NERVOUS DISEASES, - DISEASE- OF CHILDREN, - WHOOP. KG COUCH. ANAEMIA. - CAT A RHH i GENERAL DEBILITY, ETO, ETC This valuable nrenaratlon cures tnr Its nntrlttve and alterative power. It i a true emulsion, not a lime oap, is easily digested, quicklytassimilated. and shows its wondeHul action on blood, tissue and nerve bv a most marked imnrovement fmn the first dose. Drexel'a Emnlsion of Cod Liver Oil Is etoeclaM v serviceable lor anaemia, nervousness, for scrofula and scrofulous swellings, clandular enLirccmcntj. and the wasting diseases of childhood, r'nrdvs- peptic and nervous conditions, loss of flfsh, tlis u. bed aieep and nicht sweats, it is a perft-cr, cure Drexel s ijinnlsion of Uod laver Oil u the very best remedy to be had for ix.lll.l. colds, bronchitis, croup, laryngitis, Pre apd bleeding throat, hoarse ness. Iickiliili in tlroat, soreness ot chest and all otner irritated, inflamed an. diseased conduionf ot the throat, lungs and cheat. Large bottles, 50 cento per bottle. Bold bv druggists generally, or sent to any address on re ceipt of 50 cents. SOLE PROPRIETORS. Winkelmann & Brown Drug Cc. BALTIMf RE. MD. USA JOHN PFISTBR. dkai.kk ik sin mum, Eariwarc. Oaranswarf, MADE-UP GLOTHiKG, BOOTS AND SHOES, iRCCKMS AND FBOTISIOKS vrntrrA- i.r.i i f.eamix, 1 1 K F.U, t:Tv , OPPOSITE JUNCTION BOTH, CRESSON, PA. 1 - uiil I'.li ,tr:i:s i'rit ta il! let uiul ylfit laruinn- if u JlnoMt rfr!HTrer f.r all kiir.1 of fwnl. iir- t ftoni uiiiitr ftn-inn-r t Iirnir o a-ntM). Nfaeciui iirifi-M for rnrWul lt Ntw irif- lt-l ni:tiit-l frvn. -THE FARQUHAR PATENT VARIABLE FRICTION FEED best Set Works in the World. . Saw Mill & Engine Received the Medal and Highest A ward at the World's Columbian Exposition. Warranted the bast made Shincta Mills. Machinery ana Standard Aanonltaral Inutleniants of Bet Onai- ity at bursal prims bend for Iilui.tr uxi CaVaiicua. A. B. FARQUHAR CO., Ltd., YORK. PEN N A. F. X. FEES' Shaving Parlor, Mam Street, Near Post CITice ssTIif underslirped d sires to Inform the rul- ic thst he tiaa otiened -hsvlnir "r -r 'entre stret. near the p tt office where barber ti 11 n all Its oranehe is arm t.e crneo vD iu ii 'ntnre. KverythtnK neat and e.ean. Your patron.we sollatted. F. X. Kr KS. WANTED SALESMIN, t'li-lilnii trun: wvrhty rj.cn to rei.resent us in the :a e l Hiir t'li.ilce Nurjery Sioca. Spe-ialties controlleA hy n lit 1-e-t s . larv or (Vtn mission pni.l .Meekly. Stn.lv em nloytneni the year mun i, tiuint tree: excliu-lyr tsrritory: expe lence not ncce.-ssry: h! piy as 'ire.l w.irkeri.; sderlal Inducements t.i tirinnrrs. Write at once l.ir psrilcn'-r' to ALLEN NURSERY CO., KtCHril I K N. Y. Jnly 31. 9 5ji. jas At n Ii a Urns W lr.ii I M..:..-. I J Ti H ft tiMMitii l.y a l.anu- fT le s tr.'ki:iH-iti i :ir..c t -Tt C. Icing; phvsrctan tf -M -.r." .-ii-ri. im-.-. iiolMi.li1-cui..r.l.-u-uit.Hi lr-.:i i.tiNim.-oL ysT. S.iKtartnic. wriiil:..- .4" nli.iii.-K. ii.i I . 1 1 1 .ir..T.-ff m-iH-ml li.uit ami t-autirtt (N.nii.tt-vt.it. F. iiclaii6aiul i.ci.-l lailun ti: i..r- IL 'Hi. in-iii.l.- r ir PATIENTS TREATED BY f.AiL jonfitltntlallr. F-t par iculxr !.ilJn. wiiti . ra no cvvhcd niwTtr.fiii-iai. . LI IV. Oil I LA.1V Orau; lnUi),kl.II 1UKL ll. ocUtf.M ly m AWTED AGENTS U II to represent tbe Most J..mpl-te Nurse rm ir Aiwre. rH4icK wKiei ail vertised hlty rour years; known and wanted by every planter. 1 aai is way aecinnera always aarreed with a. aad ezserieneed Aceats doable their sales aad income. Now is tbe time to start. "'7 ELLWANGER &. BARRY. Jit. ileae Piaraeriea, Keeaester, ft. y. JteN CAHI8 MARXi.su -JS X Top Buirsy . . :I7 V. Cot t.:c f-i. -f!" w ruKMMi ...M CrUCtS auU V c 4 Ca-M.TonSurrev.ii7 nnt.11 in. V''5. s.o kd Wairon. fas cvr.iiietit.ira. -it Kaaid Cart . no But of fae Bufnry Uanieai S X5 torrandssve 10 rinirjry " 4.;&;Mullienian's IMTMin - C12 !'iprrnt. M.nvaa Saddle, $1 to.C'at V'o Free t S. BrcilV A- CART CO. t to U lwreac bt., Cincinnati, O. I 1.7. f t S ne i 0 EfRS. ELVIRA HATCH. HEART DISEASE 20 YEARS. thr. 31 item Meilieal Co Elkhart, Xsuf. !im Bias: For 20 yean I was troubled with henrt diMw--. Would Irequcnilr have tailing lila iuj'1 nnother:nir at tiurbt. Had to ait up fnt iit of trd to breathe. Had pain In oj left side mid back most of the time; at last I became drop-K-aL 1 was very eervoua and nearly worn out- ILe least excitement woold cause me to THOUSANDS E tat lit i was much ubled with (Inttvrinir- For the la.t flftoeu years I could Dot sleep on ro leftc ide or bark until beean tak ins; your Arw MlnMrt turr. I had not taken it very loiift nntil I felt mneh better, and I ran now sleep on either side or back mUn-ut liie least discom fort I hive uo pain, s-.-nothcrine. dropsy, no witxl on loaiKh or other diMicrveuble symptoms. I am able to do all my own b-.ufwork without any trouble and consider mvf lf rnrfd. Kikbart. Ind.. Ml- EuffBA IlaTCH. It is now four vean Eru-e I have taken any medicine. m in lettcr lieaJdi than I have bceo n 40 years. I honestly 1 m m r Iicvethat Ir. MUvm ru TTI J W l L H-ix wr MTPrl m V lito " m end made me a well woman. I em now 62 yean of ze. ar.d am able to Co u :.-ood day's work. Hay 2VUJ, IK2. 'as- EXmaa Uaica. Sold on a PoHitva Gasmitce. Dr. IK LES' PI LLS. 50 Doses 25 Ore. CARTERS tflVEfl 1 191 1 I ?yck Hea-lsche and rc-li-rveall tbotroahles rnrf. feet to a bilious Btsiuof too Eyien, aacn as D:z3ness, Kusea, Drowsinese. Iiistnea aftec eating. Pain in tue Si lo, A.C Whilo their most reruaxkabia success lias bocn shocrn in curing TTeaflrwhe. yt Carter's little Litvr Pills axe eoa&lly alaablo in Constipation, curing and pra Tenting thisannoyinccoiapiaint.wniio uiey aiso correct ail dis.irdcrsof thefctomathjstimaiata tho liver and regulate the bowels. vta if tncy only curtxl Aeli s ther irocld bo almost priceless to those S9 Saii.-r from t!iisdii!tressini complaint; butforto Bsteiv thelrgoodnesedoea noteiulhera.and thoet) srhooncetryjhcni trill 62d tiieseHttlo pills valu elilci to so nLiuy wars that they will not bo wit ling to do without them. But after aliaick baa4 Is the bane of so many Jives that bere la where make cur great boast, unrpiuicimuwiius others do not. Cart, r e Little liver Pills are very small and Ton- cav to tiki. One or two pills i-aakea done. Tbi'y sre striciiy vereUl.leanil do not gripe or our-re. tuthy tut ir gentle action please all who -jetbcin. in vialfiaf 25cents; fcveforf 1- bold - drac -its cverywtert, or s.-n by maJ. - 3ARTER KEOICINE CO.. New Vork. JM.Ril. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE is rtamped in tne best vratch cases made. It is tlie trade mark of the Keystone Watch. Ca ;e Company, of Philadelphia, th oldest, largest and best- known factory in the world 1500 employees, capacity 2000 cases daily. Its products are sold by all jewelers. It makes the celebrated jfas. Boss Filled Watch Cases, now fitted with the only bow (rine) which can not be pulled off the case the if! A WATCH CASE OPENER SENT FREE. sun COOKING "MADE EASY. IprMTp MAKE BK1 WAGE! AULn I O SELLING THE ARNOLD COOKEF NO HEAT. NO BOTHER. Coofcs a Dinner all at on time Grand for Oil or Ga Stoves. Liberal Terms. Excli s'rve Territory. L us tell yo. all about u. WILMOT CASTLE & CO 306 Elm SL Rochester. N. V THE KEELEY CUBE IsRsrfCMl boon to huMness men who, havlm- lntt.1 uii.-r.ns.-iously into the irint hal;t an. awaken to lui.l the Uisc-a--' of alcoholism fastenci tip u thtin. rfii.leriiisr them until to msnacc af fairs re.iirin a clear brain. A four week: joursc of treatment at the PITTSBURa KEELEY INSTITUTE. Xo. 4J16 Fifth Avenne, 'estnrr-i to them all their powr-rs. mental and ..nyMeal. ;t-tr..rs the at.m.rmnl appetite an. I tsitor.". them to the condition thev were in U ore they iti.lnle 1 in stimulants. This has U?i. lone n more than 1'XiO cases tr.ate.1 here, ami m .115 them some of jour own n-iKhtioM, p vho"i we can refer with rnnfi.l.-n.-o . ,. ho'ute safety an. I cfiiciencv of the Keelt-r t-iire ,hc f 'ilicst and most f.-Hn biii; invent ieiii.ii i-, . i in -M . ior iuupuitl Kivmg luil iuJorma int 1M JOHN F . STRATTON'S Celebrated Russian Gut Violin Strings The Finest in the World. Every String WarrsntrO. John F. Stratlon 811 813- 8,r- 817 E- th St. NEW YORK. FOR SALE. irice iracr srooo aar.len Isn.l In Sootheat- Apply Tiirk ' 1 3 "tnifcuio ell optloi FLORIDA GARDEN LAND CO., Jnly 3l.r5ni. " I ksV j 0 sj I J sft sf I A O O o htindletheltlrlnl lllrwtnry mad TCeirea.7 pri.fU!ly illanraten.hanilmrm.ly boumi. sells at iwi j ........ . t . t nn.i win piiy it. Kscinaive terri tory irtven. m-n.l for hanlinieneacniuve circular W. B. CONKEY CO. Publishers. Ch lease II U Mili I S '"H Bd h" tni Weekly Pittsbnr i uuij .ou a ear. A.U Lbs news. LAD1I Are y..u r-kles!t -n.a--:i i.re i . : ' two cent." in stunifis to th J'ci t it !iiti ' . &M arid V WaiJiinL-ton !ir- et. v one of their heieinf e i hJr..ti-d OCilc- HookH." It is u im v. 1. i.n.q::'- it-:-r- ,. nr. tin lei-eipt or ten v.t.i in i-aiepi 'her wfli seiul p.KtT-:l a f u I I f la- ir ii::tiH hoiiac hold can Verba. Fi-icn rente H..-Y 'H " rontaTm: comiJ-te words "t "! V'- le. " ai d r.m-i.- . I ir iiHift !ivilar r-mr. i.i-.-t-o- rwirli I. ti eiiMt cnniis r aid". ! aUINEPTUS i A v.-rt- .l.-;i-in--. !.-:rt..-r- : oml'.'i ror.atn coiii"m.l l if-'ii"' "-' 1' " otle-r b'tt r oni . vil r ."i I -i fl H I'i in. Bl -er I'iat lrMh. I r.h .1 I ll. rt:-al-.!fOl ptiysic.iuis iu Ku mr- simI Austh-s. I ora-.nls ac jiiiiiKuiic every Ix-tc.-. FlraH.t Iiu-gista. Mani4lic!uei ov The AcadeJ-iic Pharmoccntic Co., I.OMMIX AMI hVi lOilk. 532-&5C WASHINGTON ST, NEW YCHK CtTY qO Y A ELIXIR. .irleeant Fnir!i:i i-hrmin s- ir.-rnuor for oi. ions, ma-'unul r.i..l l.;.l t -.Is? : t"- r-- S-.ilt c. -rer twentr-tive t-ars -f tu.J mimt.. soienu." , rewarx-h. Apimred 1. tli.- liU-ln-st in".Il.-n anriioru.-s In use in iho"lMpiin'si" verv .rr..f I ;ir-i Ksp.x-ially In Ipliil to Luln-s. vliiHr. n ami -s. pie ..f selentar l.aiars k Ja Handsome Package, Pi c Cti- TV-inr-.l M.lt-v hY Lc fioyal ltarncccntic Co. LONDON AND NEW YORK, Chemists by appointment to ll-r V.iety lie Queen arid to the ;'..yaJ i-anui). KKW YORK KRAXtil: ISO. 132. 134- Charlton St ROYAL PILLS. Same medicinal pmprTti, as RmiLtXuin. in boxes. pills to L-pjl, for a j ceuis. FOR SALE EY ALL DRUCC1 sTb. REMEMBER THE BIG FOUR! Vinegar Bitters C02L2AL. ; tn,., ) Vineer Bitters P0WDE2S, 5" dcs. ;oc. iOc. Vinegr Bitters, new Mjlc ''l". , 1 .00 Vinegar Bitters, old style. bUU tart.-, e 1 .00 The World's Great Blood Purifier and Life Clvinc Principle. Only Temperance Bitters Kdowti. The past fth cr a Ontnry the fadisr Family Mcclciue of tbe arid. E. H. McDonald Dmg Co., Proprietors, RAN FKANCISCt' Aim NEW "OBt' LIC3IHV3EKIT v HOUSEHOLD USE. Wiw origiTiated nnrl first preRcrilwl by FAMILY in 1810. Could a remedy without real merit have survived over eighty years t Soo Fo 'OOTHING, HEALING. PENETRATI ire For INTERNAL and E.XTE.RNAL ese. una. Kain.tio l'i n. iBfamiMtmfl.i'gi.vI'Mm. s.imnK-r j4im. ( Mt- ami H-i Ii k- mv . u r-. A-ahftia. . rri rln.-l..tK I I). -- S..rt.nK. h.llAain (lMii. ..-rtt in rtdv r ljmtM, MtrT ia. h or NtrmiiM. inn-i.ir rnoas -. I S A . V . . . Policies written at abort a4es la us OLD RELIABLE ' ETNA" JFXT FOR Til E OLO HARTFORD me INSTANCE COJIT 0031MENOE1I BrSlNESS rensrnisr. Jv SL.1S81. SO YEARS EXPERIENCE. TRADE MARKS DESICNS, COPVPIP.UTS M. - and description mav quickly arwnain. free, .hwlier an invention is proljably patent ahle. tMijii.uiii.i..na Mri.-ilv c,a.2.l.tiai. i)M aeency t.e.xnnrar pXuU , taken ttjrouith Atunn iu. rcueiva special uouoe in tbe v . SCIENTIFIC AMERiCAN, YZTS; it, .... .. niirr.nii.Ti e..l.i. nntl OoOK. OS PATtvr, eut free. A jTlr.. sent free. AdOnsa MUNN A CC. 1 Brsadvav. Sew York. ffl Carests. snd Trade-Marks oMained, and all Pa wsiness contacted for Moderate F Our Offics is Opoostt. U. S. Patent Office, ana we can seen re psteht in leas time than thoee remote from Washinirton. . JfndJnod j,-.dr,winc or r-hnttv. with descrtp. "JL W ' dT'- ,f Intent able or not, free of Charee. Onr fee not dae till patent is secared, Pamphlet. "Uow to Obtain Patents." with names of actual cheats in yourState, count T.o town. sen', free. Address, Jl C.A.SNOW&CO. Wosits Patent OSes. Washingtos. D- C mountain House Shaving Parlor Jif100 .ren,rT.",t sr Mountain House ottlce. havlnlt. Hair tlnttlnit and SuAmpoo 1ns dons in the neatest and best manner A bars ot yonr patronane solieite.1 KOLIKKT OASSIDT. J0B::'i'RiVi5; rut: in:i:y,AS Printing C:fj:a la tlie p.acr 10 tel loluptl tui mIIMivi,,, will Hirri Kfr pili- i, O.tl. ,l oti. We l..i tiisi--ia-s!! k a iV'i. p. ir. ' -.. WilA Fast Prcssts l i,nVi aii pi.-ft.4i. .! t.. iu. ever J d script Km sTYl.K and Lowest Casi Prices tlllt. Out ttl. 1,. ..tir .h( p-.k-.tor u pattnl to pi in. t' e - ll-s I rTKKS. 1 I1043 If A M V '''M.He.;, iOTril.V MTK.M- I.AHI-l-f i IU 1HK- W u,.,, Vlr-TI- .l. AHIi- (,,, K. Vl.' l.HS l.r Mi l. j,. l.f-.ni-K AM N.iTK l.f I M' I'unv K, :TT Va Mil - tti!i,k- V -llT. I -.sirl , Ki-Km.i.Ii t- n. the t r .1 'i 1 n K I .KNMU'; A uuicr. i-uicf for EvEaTTrsta, HFri;eiE Ftusj CnniNi. Poimts Rrsprr'i. Headache. I -t rv.T i rh--t .. 1 tai!v norv'.i-v I . inc Itir frv-s v tbe riea.i j ii . Caul by morrv. . eiv.Mceswmol anv . or Tain wcinuc- KoirALiNE. fck.t-r AUNft UrH V Laiic sufttrnr:; tr titnn, or v ho-: . Ions nois TTi '"-. . 1 KOPF- l;e cures NlhOUl Smock, MIMTAL WOT. ALlTTON . alcoholic bd ot- ailments an J ctu J.:t;. sen v 3 US "CS-T3s, D 1IST: s t wL. KOPF ALINE Is ir.vnla.VSle f 1 - . T r; tilfirnt. Wrvti r i. t . 1 --. Y .. - l nd i hii lre.i l- v - - at all htri-y to z -t - :t It -V5.iilt--i 11.": - U- Ttf cininions. JTtcc. 25 ctr.il. Sc-'.d y diuiri"!- : t r r dress oa rcccij't ' I j r:,; SOLt Pocr-'tTcsi. WINKELMANN & BFCWN DRJS3 Ai.T:iyioa. 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