Both the method and reulto whie
Syrupof Fig is taken; itisplem.
ant and refreshing to the taste, and
actagently yet promptly on the Kid.
ney,Liver and Bowels, clean..a the
s m effectually, dispels coklde
headaches and fevers andcureshab.
itual constipation. Syrup of Figs is
the only remedy of its kind ever
produced, pleasing to the taste and
acceptable to the stomach, prompt
in its action and truly beneficial in
its eflects, prepared only from the
most healthy and agreeable sub.
stances,its many excellent qualities
eommend it to all and have made
it the most popular remedy known.
Syrup of 'ig I for sale In 50e. and
11 bottles by all leading druggista.
Any reliable druggist who nay not
bave it on hand will procure i
WUmptly lor any one who wishes to
Q AL. Du SPA accept any sukaItuft
WJfifMA FIG SYRUP CQ
SAN F**AC. CAL
WW8aUL aY. am A a
fleade & Baker's
Saponine Dentifrice and
Carbolic 1louth Wash
Speedily removes incip
ient tarter and scurf,
heals and hardens the
gums, cleans, whitens,
and &auhifes Ihe eeth,
and lends a delightful
fragrance to the breath.
Send yoar naim ad
ara a .ample Node wall
be eat free of cLarge.
mEADE a BAKER
CARBOLIC MOUTH WASH CO.,
What think yOU of a Corset ubsitutet so fmte
le tit any drew Its grarefully over tt-thAt the
be.oti nti. "ta i.- 'If the I9r1M are never kat--that
F- .wP e41 eWfa naOttua to the body--thU one
cm: . in lk . ..ah112. eutertainla tor horeback ide tat
Jr. ibe EquiDisek Walst-made by Georw Frut Cam
pany of lkt..e.
B.1d emelaively ta Wihaltaft br
IS A"IE E. EiMPmET.
1114 14th s a~w..
MISS I. C. WRLAN.
un rwanm7~stae a fewyad oi
.w i .* i.~. tv t e Ca- a ltehea re a i
...ta.det r. a. n...
Gan]~ H oi. A ~-~~er~udi.
atlu . a.-ettua.la ??ne. wesass
Re H .. H..
na- 3.ea.3 H....,. a
uhic han t ois brumat uu every 1enggh.
3M.as aaales Tube, a, caaaaus b-ak or baut. ad in
gaateed for one year by us. Ii yoardhialidosm
hoseti branido e~t accept cay ..i.e.a hatsad
amser em mit asS m ew ahs abysespo
-0'0 worEn u00n azn R~m c,.
2B Densise.. m Iase e.. 3i ?etessa.
E.. . XW.
- Wu - ug mnm
T "M ONatgml ammen em
ISsls ola Swan 'e~I~
enter m mm s.
It woo a tght sapsese, but, to a hage
anee flim-w eh moons for the
ether -he Wmatsee tok a game-f1ron
Se Cleveland "plders" yesterday and left be.
h1d st the tal Ars elmoIn wwhih Chey
had been desag oinee hot laturday. It aImed
a 1og thi shio they had temm a gm. The
peogle were beginning to think ta they had
forgotten how to win and the mno themelves
massmd bowed down and Ifelem. They were
under the spell e the fatal tirteem. Now they
have U..n it of and will .gols go boymntly
forward. Nothing hlss then another guse
-s Upt er. win saetfy them. They re
bo "Sho memory cf ts three
To a srnnprcoo ~upo. te 9no of ea
file yeerda It a i i Aims'. ms" bad
mised the tin and had stayed over to pet
ms mos gases and fatten thei bating
averagee. The impressiol was dpelled, w
ever, when the visitoes were seen at work.
True they wore the pray uniform and bleak
etehing df the Colts, but they were s on on
In a lbo's hide. tlpyng loced the ae
curacy end cleannese the fielding of the Chi
sages. The exhibition they made of thowig
and munng mods me wonder how in the
world they had attained their ma=ding in the
For theo moot patIt was ada
vioitors took the at th stanrt it
to the ninth. Then with several timelyhit, a
base an both and an error the home clubsed
Are runs, took the lead and kept it. The ninth
Inning usexciting. It was the only exciting
period o the game, though the seventh ap
prueshed i whe, it looked as though Washing
to would iethe game.
By judiclous eacrilcing And timely hit. the
visitore brought two nom aeroes the plate in the
Thewemtors let three inunigs drift away and
in the fourth started in to make things intereet
leg. After Donovan had gone out on a hit to
Davis Due* sent a hot lner out to right, It
was go" for a base, but O'Conner alowed it to
frm him and it roled up toward the
corner - the lot and Duffee made strides for
the p~to. which he reached in safety. Then
Jack lligan followed with a hit that cut the
clover tape also out toward O'Conner. eie
ardson UL sharply to McKean, who threw badly
to rst, and both runners moved ahead. With
two am base and one out it looked as though
sms 'team tallies were about due, but Killen
was struck out by Pitcher Toung and Dowd
kanq=sa Av to Burket in left.
In e v 'tls half they drew ahead a tride
uore. Richardson failed to handle Mclean's
hit, but Radford made a sensational one-hand
catch of MesAb's liner, which caused great
cheering. Then Zimmer hit high over Roy's
head and McKean scored. Young and Child,
however, were retired in order.
Both sk4I got a man to third in the Afth, but
eelidn't mrs him.
U" 01. Wahington made another apurt
Dpee =drop an artistic lit
tebu t een pit ndr t and reached
Ant, *hung pecked up the ball and notwith
standlng Duffe was clearly safe. banged away
at Burket and the ball went over to the bleach
ore and Defee wae safe on second. Milligan
lifted a Or to left that was caught,but Dufee took
third on the esarice. Then Richardson
brought him in by a clean cut drive past Me
Kean. A mtefen't latter Danny tried to steal
second, doubtless fearing that Killen, who was
at bat, would double him up. Zimmer had his
throwing arm with him, however, and Danny
retired to the bench. Kills. was given his base
anel Dowd his safely over second. Radford
ended the inning by dying out to O'Conner.
Again the visitors inereased their lead. Mc
Aleer hit over to the right field fence and Zim
mer scored bin by a hit out toward Dufee.
The "lucky seventh" opened with the top
man on the list at bat. The combination was a
one and Boy took first on balls. Then
noveneposed agood thiur he has had corked
up for some time and lifteak; beautiful one for
three bags over McAleer's hend. Boy scored.
The whole crowd was now on Its feet, yelling
and cheering the runner on--Come on, Dono
van! Come on home!"
And Donovan made a gallant effort for it.
with the crowd yelling and waving their hats
and Foreman ou the coaching lines. urging him
on. It wee te much t' attempt, however, and
he wasod at the plate on the throw in.
"Oh y 't foreman him on third?
Never sw echump playing, the bleachers
growled. The bleachers are great at hind-eight
criticism. Our nine would never lose a game
if they knew as much before a play as the
bleachers do after it. That ended our oppor
tunity. The xt two men dew out.
The visito tought they would take a little
of the "lucky seventh" in "theirn." It's a
way the hir in the forest city. BVchell
liftaaa la one out to Donovan. The eun
just then shifted from behind a eloud and
winked hIs other eye at Patsy and of course
the bell A away from him and Burchell
scored, the sun went back to It. bench
and the next two men died at Arst, O'Connor
an a MostKillen, which was neatly ked
u on a run and hurled to Iarld'
took the eighth to recover their
bhmath Bueds the ninth came the hitting and
the erreo 0" landed Washington a winner.
Dowd bonted toward third and took first on
Davsfmab. Rladford sent him along by a
este hit ustMclean. Roy was given first on
bells.'Th visitor, made a great hik at this,
chmig tha three balls had been
.ceePsstain hm-elfth now
exettetered cheered lustily. There was no
locking at that lgbrious censolation board
out by the fence. Thre wasn no need to. Dono
van now hit to Mclean, fo Hzl oy, but Dowd
scored. Then Larkin prdcdone of those
18-karat beauticeswc he dispense oca
sionasl. It was in the saet ca drive to the
right l4femace and ado and Donovan
scored. Deeplanted his bit over Mclean's
heeiamdal moved up a base. Zimmer fancied
thatJ 'kj taking liberties with third hae
and r leY~eball down there to check It. It
nwt low threw and It glanced of over toward
the left Seld bleachers and Larkizn an&dufe
And Washington had ecored dive rmn and
gained a lea4 of three.
This lead the viditors started to cut down in
htto rgtf a haeadBret lfe h
s.heepskin out behind Dufee and both came
homss .~~ three amen, however, sent the
ball in tearand the game was over. A tight
squeeze, vas it ni-S to 7i
0t. e~lahp gaeus played yesterday
At Philadelphk-Fhla 12hs,; Ciago, .
At Boston-Biosten, 5; kit. Lous.
At leassCiedamati, 6; aimoe.
At Ned alt-Pittsburg, 7; New York, 4.
Damema ot ame roedadby
the~ Today's I'islhiaPress ayscif
y 'sm in that nt: "Dna his
seessi atright yesterday en semat= ot
A'. smee yesterday eaned hims to les
RariB manage the Fort Wayne team of
Jack rCenner .1 the Gewveland. yeeteday
rip~~amb oring at 110sek
amitlmem and Petemme Diensi m.
The steekheiderspf the Baliore and Polo
ime Usmiread Company met yesterday in hit
amere an eleeted direetors as follows: Psank
Themome, n. .eweemser, W. T. Walters, 3.
D. he abmasl C , amhas T. buith,
John Thh Ie bidmet after the ad
Jcesn e sth esnhhnidif' meein em
eiste - .ese: Odn
;Franh k m lwiiepgit.
. eel, sesefd vise Jehant~ ob
5.14th, .smer; Jam P.- seay
Thio the an.Wmmd er~
was enfu eeser ser'im
e e en e hip d t
ci hee aus
eseus' milee et Q
Omesn Ma.S4Is & urmmne a:
i, U. Esley, x p ., V D.C.
21=4Y J. 94B ft,; I. 69 Cok
m lbsm; D. I.
Love. =ul -nw o
cassn, Ph.; as V. ..uey, Lbharg, Va.
OuSi V. Smith, Ne *rk ely, Md . ""o
WN1"mi0m, Narque618 BIv. J.WA.
-h.. made the alhMrste -the guadm=
el , --sme t as el m. asreses u
faolio: "Msse," by Was P. Nanehe IMiliam
"Women's Relato to the "rem,b M
Rti V. PWaky; "Ethias of b ]M b
liver ock," am "The New
lies Lain N. Love,
Th winners of the for n sy
mae were F. lanch n ua V. nkey,
H. Oliver Cook and Nanna U. o in
for progress were aiared to AlIes V.
m Nary Wood.
ma e se as vanv.
'he board of tef t at their annual mou.
eleoted B1 H. Warner and J.E. Meriwether tc
-embership ad deled t esemplete the es
^ 72e vaurts lAtre hal.
ft shnigswere made in the faeulty.
"barleu 0. C f Cornell University was
-lested to the of rbetwic and
nglish history, Cneeeed . TunneL, who
-ow resigned. Prof. Iely Miller was made
- maE~profesor of athematios - Mr.
I tfowastranuferred to the preparaorY
department. Nip Mannah Whitcomb of Wor
ster, Mi. was chosen matron in place of
Mrs. anwda bsho hasem ed. Miss Pannie
3L.Whitcomb of Santee, ,e., was apointed
eaher in the nrmaldpartment, Net e
owe was apiinted teacher of mechanical
drwi. in of Mis McCormick; resigned.
Profs. 'ummingI, Cook and Whitcomb were
appointed a comnmittes to have sharge of the
-rding house, Miner HaL
The Marytmd AgesentuCra Clnsge.
The committee on edneation of the Maryland
.ricultural College nt yeuturday. They were
in session several hours and reviewed the put
worn and discussed the future prospects of the
college. At the annual meeting of the board of
tstees of the college on June 10 the coen
vitt's wil present Its report, with reon
mendations regarding theelection of instructors
for the ensuing year, whch will be held on that
A JEag Fly of Heming Pigeons.
Tomorrow there will be countermarked and
uhipped -to Greer's Depot, South Carolina,
air line distance to Washington 401 miles, about
410 pigeons, owned by the members of the Wash
ingtop Federation of Homing Pigeons. These
birds-are to compete in the race for thrieprizee,
First prize, a medal donoted by the editor of
the Fancier Journal, a book published weekly
upon dogs, chickens and pigeons: second prize, a
suit of clothes, dousted by A. Saks A Co., pro
,rietors of -the fanxous clothing house corner of
th street and Pennsylvania avenue; third prize,
a 05 gold piece, donated by Dr. B. Munson of No.
60 12th street northwest.
The birds are to be given their liberty at 500
a. m. June 5, and their owners expect them to
report at the home loft by 4 p.m. that day.
There is a considerable interest manifested in
this-ly by the public as well as the owners of
the birds, it being one of the longest roce ever
flown by many of the members. The following is
list of members competig and number of birds
entered: B. B. Youngs, 9 birds; H. V. Lansdale,
5 birds: Geo. W. PhIi a, 4 birds; Joseph
Noble. 6 birds; Walter Hixon, 9 birds; H. C.
Kidwell, 10 birds; Albert Lake. 9 birds; A. C.
McLean. g birds. . IL stockmen, 18 birds;
Pro& Jas. Kaspar, 15 birds: B. F. Miller, 5
birds: Ed. Peolin. jr., 6 birds; Dr. B. Munson,
2 birds, and S. Wallace, 9 birds.
A meeting of democratic central com
mittee, of which Mr. N. L Weller Ia chairman,
was held last evening. The committee ap
pointed to investigate the recent primary
elections asked for another week in which to
prepare their report, and promised that within
that time they would be able .to obtain evidence
of fraud at some of the primary meetings of a
startling character. Chairman Weller stated
that a demand had been made for the .books
and money for the central committee now in
the posse'sion of the Norris and Davis faction,
but that an yet no attention had been paid C
it. A copy of a letter written by Wi. Dickedn,
who proposes to contest the seat of Mr. Norris
in the national convention, addressed to Messrs.
Norris and Davxis, and suggesting a conference
of the leaders of the two factions, was read. It
was stated that in rely to this letter Mr. Nor
ris had refused to ae any concessions what
ever. The committee adjourned until next
The eDonald-Etlis Sebsol.
At the Church of Our Father last night the
closing exercises of the McDonald-Ellis school
were held, consisting of music and Delsarte
evolutions, the latter under the direction of
Mrs. Coleman Bishop, the Instructor. At; the
close of the exelessu Rev. Dr. Aspinwall of
Calvary Chapel presented diplomas to the
two graduates, Mim Sarah Munson of Zane#
vile, Ohio, and Mis Adele Wittkowsky of Char
lotte, 1. C.
MNst be esofd.
ed, or you buy at
P ree's medi
nhn th e
o- gtheme emati..., Imutatno., and
To peet aU this, ande rto the pub.
lfrom frand ad lotnthuea=
,uarantsed medium.. et Dr. R. P iere
me now sol emly thg drugm rega
.-t amthnlsiedasapandm at the follow
ml a Dio te' (for Lver, Riona
Disemss), 1. Evorite Pre.
*wptteann woman'h weae='- and all
mto, Lb. Husa Wallets (for the liv
's 5 ea Op. Exts Smrt-Weedt, 80
-- Dr.e,, oer RDmmly, 00 ents.
DLre e', eile aid the ekisam
1~m 5 O P91o A.go
s -~. ires oa~
TODAY, Wrhf 1E~SNG CEBE.
NONIm, WILL BBUN?3u3ra ATM-gy
TramonS TEN UIE-WATEU-M$5E
5r TUE 00RIEDEBaT~E DUBINO
TRAT MEMOUAMLg 3AVTL 1gg3g
T300Es .303 T3E ZATM WN.
EArE 0ThzfOTED TO tEB MINU
KUNT. Rus UmmeUnT Dm EISs
annTwMJ 2EDW UN.
ounm aia Malmea, ea
au mn~as nas ua
WWE -M AS TmAUEW
inwv. g - ne
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if you ha
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. ATANTIC CITY, X. J.
RB1LADY2%O LATLANTI CITY. J AN
DIRECTLY ON THE BRACE.
Mat ad odd water we b Ihn~t o
myd- n EDS 1 TT.
H*7CTLALDN ACIFIC M"A OHIO-AVE
to $4prwL~1~1.50 to W2.0 We a
or. end for d P sc pamas'1
HOTEL ALLN.CO. PACIFIC ANDARA SAN
Hv iy tlanti aiy n qua"efo bea~ and
W. a. 'ErProprietor.
"HO"E3NrB.- ATLANTIC CITY. N. 9.
_______ ,iett" hafi1 bt a"d
e ___E H. BORTON, Proprietor.
144. AT ATLANTIC CITY
HI Caro naa. f &e on. t Pac t
lectric b lte ar
OEN E D . OFN-ENTU K.
H0TZL MPLE AATLANTIC CITY.
iL nrt airinia a e. atte 1ty. 1.
open an the year. oc.
H OTEL WOLLINTON.
OCEAN END OF KENTUCKY AVL.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. CT
ye4am r. A. E W. 5. M.LNO.
Virinia av ea O Atlantic CityN..
Openal ear. Laf a-idwros lving
my2.am D. ECHANDLER.
THLE L STIC . ATLANTIC CITY.
ON THE OCEAN FRONT.
Deacuiptive Illustrated booklet; mailed free.
Saatrbatha in the honne.
r-mde X ROBERTS& RON.
HELTON. KENTUCKY AVE., ATLANTIC
nearbeah . Appo tmet frst-.las.
yeaU. EL , W odern convenience.tor.
A Pcifc ae. earTenn,.ee, Atlantig City.
TSteain beat throughot
mh24 34.J: ECKERlT.
Tu OMELIKE. ATO,
Atlan- Ci. N.J.
The celebrated resortfor ahngto' a e
hilly the nervo and overworked.
my~d-MnW. W. GREENE & Co.
HE VOTEL STICK'EY. ATLANTIC CITY, 100
ceet from ocean, Kfutky ave.; steam heated.
. an e'nor he. A to .a C r nay;
mh2S each;k lmhlu3hy L..ETICICY.
AURY , NCITY. N.J.,
neaon. Forratesdi _ N. REED.
JHE LZLVNDE. . ATLANTIC CITY; ON THE
bech maeaachaetts ave.
CHAN. WAGNEE Manager.
SAMUEL WAGNER. Proprietor.- __ap,93an
ABURYNOVO TNES ALBNEAR THE
beasch. Afantlo City. X. J. bwill eopen Apri 9.
aj.0-3m1 W. F_ CIESEXAN.
--. Y Ei TU FAVE. NEAR THE
%, udifor ,,a - M-1drma
-New house moer ai'ontmente. onS-r
KHE PTTEAB IC CITY.
Oceaviti and. St ave.
beach; thorouio Ciheated..
mh=3.3a Mr.'%M. ELLIS.
AB___ ABURY PARK N. J. .
Asu PAR n JOT E OU
Op:n"2J""" - T. OVE. Pop
TlyonE eaB. T leaIn hotel. Seven.
I1e. rr atemnaa di
I=et~ aeen=fo ate ie and information
atdLrATe A D . AMCT .
*21-1m IManaging Clerk.
SEURY PARK. N. J.,* THE ALBEMARLE
A W'ithiji one sqnare of the basb allfudrnl
i-rovenmenta; artealan waler. itpecl rates for the
season. (lel2n P. L. HARTETT.
AD OTEL COLUMBIA.
Fronin on the ocean at Oth avenue. Entirely new
and m. Open June 16. Aceom.odatea 2.
For rat- andtlnoation addree. W. HARVEY
JONES o. Specia rates for June and September.
m3.-h THEDE4T AUELL. P
wm ..-4.. . -A. ....H&.
ASE K.WIITNIA 0AI,
coemudtsp i trsmdraredcdutl)h
1mn fe eptmee.ia2temn
ledig pe ue iFr oma.
tband" ,terms adaanes
Lt with Pearline.
I out AB dohe dieasme Ths, is a
s bet With do.e .. - aw.s
. o wmer;k. ... k..p.. . d.y.
o all this athome at a 6ost of
ne eny Its simpleiaou ,
[email protected] emug
F kind of washing and cleaning
Dns for the easiest way, on
Aed~eir md -aik wcm
le." T'S FALSE-Pearine is never ped
a.Crte a imlitda, do she hom
erA. JAME PTLE, New York.
JAM-TOWN. . L
Pleas'atly located on Narragansett ber. Attractions
of the plaso-Excellent boating. still-water bathing,
line drives. tennis, hope at the various hotels. soil of
Pier. "Thorndike" has large airy rooms, piasas
and porches to 3 tar. Special rates for June and
my2s.t.thlm C. . WEEDEN. Proprietor.
NAIIRAGANSETT PIER, . L A
First esls: all modern convenaemces; best services;
fronts the ocean near bathing beech and Casino;? 00
geats. Special rates for families. Also cottage, "even
rooias, all modern convanieness.
m -layU. JAB. A. TUCKE, Prop.
NEWPORT. . I.
a. OCEAN sOUSE.
m uae 2. Situated on BELLETUE AVE. the
11J.t ftllota~e art Sw famous watering pi.
sand a lw the CA N It aords itsa
OPPOrtunt of werlnxthe distinctive f lures of
pUMMER LIFE AT NEWPORT
Not found elsewhere in the plare.
For flllrtd tarphlet -NIRWrPORT AND ITS
ADVANTAGES A IYMME REWORT 'I address
JOHN G. WEAVER JR., MASAGER OCEAN
HOUSE NEWPORT, R. I., or EVERETT HOUSr,
NEW Y64R.. my2U-atu~th28l
H1 o". DENPEN CAPE 1E NLoPX.IT.
.5Atehlpoth, Del., W1 reopen Saturday. June 2.
Fr circulars and infbrmation for both houses call
or addrss HOTEL OXFORD.
14th sad New York ave. n w.
my17-1ia* -WALTER BRTON ianar.
Near the Chasapeake Bay.
The seventh seson of this well-known reo wil
open for the season 18MJ on Saturday. Jine, 11. ourI
long experience has ahbWiets to lay before you
eve attraction found at a first--la,. resot house, all
newly furnished. Steamer (IGorre Luary of the Wash
inrton ahd Norfolk Steamboat Company makes daily
99 0 'clok a.mi., excp Saturdays. Bt
ya innat 4 P. m.
further Information call on Wash. B. William.
315 11th at. a. w.
THOMAS W. WILLIAMS.
This splendid summer111 reot iated eightsen
miles from Norfolk Vs on the Atlanioce 'will
bo ened cOibREDi HOTEL of the fiarst-cas on
The A Hotel is on the Virginia Beach and'
reahede Norfolk, Albemarle. and Atlantic ra
rodf olk. VaC
The rniReach Is famous for its excellent and
inviboratinr surf bathing: excellent fishing in the
lakes and It best of snipe shooting in se'.sm- picics
and ex ui on.. For teruas addres% THOMAS OlR
RISETT, Atlantic Hotel. Virginia Beach. my3eolm
VIRGINIA BEACH. VA.
THE PRINCESS ANNE
OPEN FROM FEBRUARY 1 TO OCTOBER L
The finest and safest surf bathing on the Atlantic
Addrises S. I. CRITTE.,DEN
altu.tke_2 _ Virginia Bah. Va.
SPRINGS AND BATH.
Will JUNE 1. 189 A2.
The attractions of the pa e are well known an d
rey'ntatlom of it% medicinal waters well establis.hed:
Mu ei, furnished by an accomplished orchestra during
te ,wr. For chrculara and ters addrTss
in 7-Jjil ALSIP a SMITH.
"THE CARLSBAD OF AMERICA."
HOTEL OPENS JU1AC .
my6-3mn L. B. DOTT, Manager.
REFINED FAMILY IN A HEALTHY LOCAL.
6 nes from BerkeeSrnte
resteateren WD5dm IMEI
ATE. Box 1, Hancock. My
HEST. CH ARLES HOTEL.
TwE O elebat bthe end grormnb.
BEP1RUELEY SPRINGS, W. V.
i w " for the reception of guests. A "n-o.
d snew addition has been buit and With electric
1ell6 and new 3nitary arrativeneas througrhout For
full information sna terms sddrees CHARLES P.
JACK. Owner amd Proprietor. je24t*
HE BERKELEY SPRINGS HOTE BERKELEY'
5. Sprintra. West Virginia. wilpe4JNX 1ISM!
Partly refurnished. papd ani anted, or in
td th trnedr rkeley Spr.hu
W.V , IEOIIGEREEMAN. Proprietor. pdWlu
CPNSPRINGS AND BATHS
.H'UAMPSIIRE COUNTY. W. VA.
REND FOR PAMPHLET and see what this CELE.
HEATH. te BROE N oWN from OVERWTKF
rthseI In eej ofL ELY SUMMER HOE fur
D. B. MACKALL.617 idth a.w. W. H. SALE. Prop.
(ARROLL SPRINGS HOMEOPATHIC SANITA
rIum for invalids end convalescente, nine miles
Rona ay I. Offers the advan
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