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kxinVE BRONO-OUININE TWbO
. 11 _____ _ a mm | m k | ■& ■ bm fT,7 tttfuitf <>n thf ']f Rrf>Yno*Qni))in9 DjlL
I THE ONLY STAPLE REMEDY FOR COLDS AND GRIP. if
r,*a«vz» hading teftofcsafe T>rug hmtse in ike country. |Qg
Thn Conuirn has the letters L. B. O. A!K stamped on each tablet. Do not be deceived. Accept no ~ ||Jg
substitute represented to be just as good. r?lKf
Tru„ Pr ? isc is maHtod. FIGURES NEVER LTE,
Where Praise comes unsough'« A xv * tJ IXI x XJ ig s', s ,/ WUuf
The sales of Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets are unprecedented in the history of patent med- . '•"<■ j •t^ aw **'* f/f *** jw#"
,, , liQ . icines. Starting oat in a modest way at the end of the season of 1895 the sales have reached the -jfi "' I ' --7 n -, }|JIl
lli W*ssi!niro!», D t . Jan '.in. ° * jr T" uitf
H! Parit )U*irinr c<> , <t. Lo»u , startling figures of nearly ..'W- Rtil
/;eir .Sjr» -llMii:* tried all kind* of Hfi! "ine an>! reme■lie# I _ _ _ # SZfj* HUI
.|L """ ONE MILLION DOLLARS ANNUALLY. " /T~ fog&SSZ ' JIL
!{c*,p<rctfnllr »i>«r«. ... _ P*—m-*■•»- •
Frederick DAWES. To comprehend, to some extent, the magnitude of thi3 output a few figures will not be out of place.
II & it J There are 24 tablets in each 25c package or a total of 96.000,000 tablets in every one million •* IbI^JSH
Fhbdowi*. k Y .Feb ist, t»M. dollars of sales. Placing the population of the United States at sixty millions, this amount of Rromo- / /* * BImM
r ';, n " r ' J i tt.-.v*: t'<4n -■ np Laxative Brom > Qmnine Tablet* tnr Quinine Tablets will furnish an average of one and one-half tablets to every man, woman and child , sf£r>
£s,®to»<V«rtu^'themw?vtVmorsn^thl- r ln"i W.p?emi?orJ in this entire country, and leave a surplus of six millions for division among those inhabitants who // ftl
tue village; aud i c»u »ce uo reason *h» should diminish. require more than an average portion. c**t str n „„ sp „, fifcy <** 7to*t*«*« dpsmr&m* J I
1 * ' F h edmtnds When placed side by side in one continuous row, one year's sales of tablets will extend over a •<*** a... I I
total of about 600 miles. If a telegraph wire is strung in mid-air from the top of the Water Towrr rtfy* s *. JB/ VJ? "" A _ IL.
Parit co . cl«vbu!»o, Ohio. Feb mu. itts. j n <; t ixmis to the centre of the Brooklyn Suspension Bridge, connecting New York City and / Jk
MI *4 As f - rn " w " xre in thP frst haif , " f ,t ' , * n, 'r i! Blll T v .V, vea U Brooklyn, one year's consumption of tablets if placed end to end one-third of an inch anart will fill /.y~~
■ lklf Q ber 15. »7. of "• IJromo yiuniae " It a atapr sirHc.e auJ wi.l »en , ■ / S < c-»'
■ 11l I the r#ar round W- hare not had s coir.plaftjt nor <me bo* retn-aed the entire Wire. ' ' **~i ■■■•——. BLllllß
«1BC« ir«t Wdpi«e«d ;t Wiafcrn* -[''Ykv voLDfl** *ON re ' Imagine each tablet to be a human being and suppose that each person is separated from his fl
n Druf« ud Medicines nfxt neighbor bv a space of only four inches. Suppose this vast amount of human beings should be if
baltiuor., Kb , Drcembtr iUfa. M9T. placed in one straight line and you mil see thf head of the procession picking sold m the Klondike , S fill •
rari» »udidne Cc,, Si L»u*». u while the rear end of the line will be amusing themselves by plucking oranges in the groves of Florida. fl 1
_ Inwjine a tower 100 times the height of the Eifel to,vet of Paris, the highest in the world, or a / . J L
that th*y wui do aM that i* ciastr.ed for them Two i..-im sav»-d me height 180 times the height of Washington Monument, and place one vear's consumption of tablets fa» itfj u*&&&*r-M wi*®
tron- an attack uf pnenmonia a few we-ki ajo The tableti will not » " » n / , .. , r ,
Hi|f.m cniv -u-are a Cold in One Day.-* but will n found an inraiuabie flat upon each other and the stupendous monument ot tablets will reach from the base to the utmost ✓ p _/-> _ t} , JiPfM
11111 l top of this fabulous structure.
coming t'.lwke thn find relief Thl'»e C'OllOMttl figure* represent only llir besiniling of tile tUCCfM «f a meritorious wr- P** Ca *
geo '6. COVER remedy %» li«»*e name is becoming a household word. nl
| "I Laxative Bromo'Quinine Tablets are manufactured only by the Paris Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo. ||
- • •». After .1 !• \v
fcin«*rits ~f t!j:rib.il4e «*on! ~i >n at-
J!i Hug the seatPtg of a large -onventfon
**-,r was brouKMt fr< m chaos and the
f übit-ar* *rf» r»M.!v for t!ic pr-llml
4*. y atep tn th* >•.•?«•. « ♦» f <1 municipal
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■4w tinff th# c*»tsv» .tit.n.
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Oilmth \omiiititfil 41uicUI>.
The afternoon r. p neil w.th t
report of the credentials committee hy
Rev. (seorge H I. . • rfliry. The em*
mitten ofT. r. 1 the filming resolution:
"V ted T l ' it no proxies be ail! .wed hut
•Mi h pre net lilow-d to fist the whale
\ u*e ■ f r»; i- ; !nct."
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t-« *— v • , a.tu ( it avi.is.
THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, IrtW.
of I£l f JSViSibB,
Cijiirujifl Elk? l\ms*9 ui Juife facte.
.\:nj«e? fcr TreiSirtr.
"The Republican party should stand for a
moral principle a* well as a political pol
icy." J. „\i. Wiestl.ng also spoke for th»
revolution. Debate was ut short by a all
for "question," an«l the amendment offered
was adopted with a L-reat "y> a."
The next business was the choice of a
candidate for the mayoralty.
Powell \oiiiiniitri
On behalf of the Third ward, in which
the present mayor resides, the naroo of T.
J. Humes was placed in nomination by
J an IV.W. 11. In offering the nam-' he paid:
"T .1 Humes will stand up r>. any plat
form ad >pted by the I: publican party, and
he win stand upon it sou i rely."
For the Fifth ward. S R. Kettle or
placed in nomination H. R. cayton, -
a: ' set r«*tary of the c-nve' iv Mr. Ve*-
tleton declared his fitn«>?s f r the po« tion
by r ison of his knowledge of public at'-
fairs and his weli-k'.own Integrity. The
:i >m • -uion was made in > om;l nt to th#
c tored delegates present. Cayion With
drew in a short address.
C. K. R< mi-lie'-.r, of tne N nth ward,
placed in nomination H. R. Clise. His
work in connection wi*h 'he Cedar r v r
wa* -r system, thenar my port and ' t i r
; •i» •i< ■ movements was eulogized. Through
Lyman Kniprv il R. Clise w • drew t is
nan".- a nominee. The applause rre- tug
• li-«' 3 name showed that lie had many
f •'ends in th<* convention.
The oniv c f fcer n -m : n'-e w is H< rmnn W.
Craven, named by illio Root. He lmm di
•v w .thdrew, 1> aving the ft«!d a lone to
H uir.es.
N oj, nations were de-lared closed, and
T J. Humes wis elected by ae lamation.
1 rr.o'ion is put by Chairman Morrson
•A • « J;I st: ne»l bv Rev. tJeorge I.ee, wo,
. v»-n if cr Hum<-s bed b<en de Dre.i the
r n; - .-.f. <.n--5-*ed on spe-,l|in«. I'olr = of
order were rr< ed bv several deltK-Ves r«J
.Mr. Lee was overruled.
Ilnmphrc.t f»r ( ur|H<rnlli>n Cannirl.
fOf the of corporation counsel
,1 hn K. Brown was placed In rtomir. 'tion
F: 1 H. Peter? n. William K. II m
•• v was nominated by John E. Hum
r. s p. or is f.-r Humphrey were
1- rl fr T, Herman Craven, Fr -d Bur h,
i : k i: Wiestling. C K. R<m~berg. Dr.
A. F M"-'n and others The nomina*io#
of J ■:• n K Frown was seconded ri ' -half
Hinth » >:d by D. D. Harger Jimel
K rind several oth»r »rominert del«-
g- t t> <a. seconded Brown's nomin.i ,: on.
p T » H lghes s e.ond« d the n«mv at ion
of I' H. Clise for «' orporat :<-n counsel
w ■ * a- a mitt-r of f ' * his name had
• • et beeti r'a ed .n romit; it.on. Realis
ing »: -j mistake from the laagn raised, he
exrri i .1 himself by plae,.- e chse's nam*
. vn vent ion. Sec trd* w» re h--t»rd
fr tn I.v n<n R Kntf;p, W W !-h:re,
\\ » Betl ff tM Third ward. .>nd J. J.
MoQHvra.
I no nnllnta l».
On r t.":'- ■« h*?or«» 'he convention
ballot* w-Tft utta, (h#
g n !!»<• ?• ' ' Will R. Hum
j.'- with IfH v •»« ». a*a. .s't Cl:.*e with
!_•» >r I IT #n witn 2
i, • • ---t !l'<T liar pTi'ry r<- -ivM :"!!
ill, ari Br vrn C Br -wrt s
• « t •i" 1' r'i F.ff'. H
i- 5 St wir'!« r> ?; th« f« r.ii f>a!
ontv ♦« ■ In the F'fth pr»- in< J of
t ft « ird Mool '!•>• Bi nra. Un tbt*
•f ••■••• '*h ; • » «r.:a *i*
a: rox:mate!y « fofV>»?
Humnh
tv»rd«~ r-y. C">-v Crown
; F r*T •'
i K< r.,r.il 4
Third •*
F :rtl» ** *
F;frn f~ "
Sx'h 34
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K . 5 ?
>. tr h - • *
, • . < «> r •«. *;>*• n Mr H-m
| j-txrey, r;« nomine* mM:
i -la ca.-e fc -f my .-i- ction tbc Ovlar rivff
war* r syM«'m wilt be pushed to com
pletion as rapidly .in jxi^sibl<•- If I -aic
o • (1 in conducting that office nn wr!l a*
the present Incumbent I will f<■ ••! that the
K<-;- iblii in i -ir:y has lxx-n w.■ 11 served."
I'M rr> for < inn I*l roll« - r.
For city t mpirolkT, W. V. Rlm-hart,
of the Sixth ward, nominated Will It.
Parry. "We are proud of him," he Kaid,
wh«*n the srre tine: Ihe n>. mitui
•i .ii uid subsided, "and then- will bo no
mlsMke In N.kctinfc him aa the 11 |niv
11< in candidate."
"Are th«v> afiy further nonii at tons?"
asked *ho chuirnian.
There vv r.onf. md the :.om!n t
Will 11. Parry w < made by a. 'damati on
on n. itlon of John P. Nag'e.
Koiifc for FrciUMirer.
For city tr. o-nr. r «" f. S. F. Ptr-et
put i:p th<» name of I-. A. Tr n. of the
Fifth ward. A. ft. FoOto W.iJ : >nilnat-d
by I'. L». Ifntfh.v".
Foote was» -»-i«♦ d on ti:e» fir t ballot
jnnt.a l« I neenecreed
v »v, j<s7 V -f-. tc.ilns? }'♦» fo>r T' n. A
v.mpi rr.n<,rv v.- from Fir t *.r.f j
WAS «!■ •> K - K - St'-wart. Itw » I •* I
.v w w .u» foiJ'/ws:
rST*
S* "Ofi' 1 7,,
Third j*",
18 -~r.r£?E I I
? it
f r ~'»tr rrw , n-»'- i < r ' 1 ' ' ,r - M*- j
t i D r••«•:. in •"• ' ' ■ f l *? f
• ... : J I' WltoJ. i; M M.. ;
*( * nmi -1-- J < th- S. or.'!
c .r mtn H It .!- f? m Fifth
Wl rrj ; Thornton U W: ;.rM from th«
u. Vn. :i ward. F. H. IfurJ from the Fifth j
"a '> i : ' • wr>* •tkn* -hr " vc'.in* '
t»wo c m.t •: ■'•»* an 4 w.th ISI :v* •*- j
gary to H. I*. HiKle *:i« nominate!
with - ; VO-•Otl-.' r r*o»lidat«» re
r. iv i v < .1* fVw« on ' flr«t i<»;. j::
F M. .Uj.-/A lto. F. li. ii ;ri, 3->; J.
P Wi'son. '7, T. P. Wi.uam.*. C 3; L.
Si-hocnfeld, and <>. 1 iuy. -.
Another ballot, tak- rt for the *««cond
councilman it iarpe, r aiti-d in no «-l.v
trie . -nit stand f" ' W«: Mill
d'ton, IDS; tfurd, 14.'!. Wilson. I".
Third baJtot tloMdon. 155; Ffui*d t 125;
A'; ■ Wit', in . 1:' N » • lection.
<>n th- fourth ha; Mo'loon was de
cl.i r»d the n<imfn< >* w :?h I*l vofts. tfurd
• 'mirip next with t3N.
The foTTowlnic rnndfdatt •> for councilman
and city central ■ -mmittei men wore
r irwd by the war ! • nr>d uninlmously eort
flrmed by the convention.
<""<o;net!ttvn Th in 11. Oincy, Ffrat
w ird • P. f. Alien, S- n 1 ward. It.
Third ward ft. I. !»■ i». Fourth
v. • \V. T. Willi- "••'•!) ward; Tf-rry
K Six' a v. ■"!; ,f :hn Taylor. Seventh
v i' T; f. P. f'i t' ■ F jl-.'h ward; ('.
K. Renvdi N.iri'h ward.
f-immttf men \ C Rnndle, Fir<*t
w t;d; W. It W'llt. S-I'-i-nd ward; r»?|
M"t oif. Thi'd w>.rd. Fr-'-t If Peterson.
F w id: I Idw ird \ n T«l»«l. Flflil
v. >r !. T d M'i'arv. fl'x a w ir-t; JoM-ph
'!• . . ri;: in•rd. *! !e Root, El«hth
rd; W A Hallrv, \ o-h ward.
<"m mo*lon cf f. p n. ,f F. ftnw
t , ■ rej.rc®. ntir," tio> »lor 1
p in ir "V ■ rru-m .i r i largo of »he city
.••ntral b<dn« elected by ae
r 1,1 ma' Inn.
With a v fo the efflcr-r.* «f
♦ b'» "invntton r- ljourr rr-nt w n ♦ »ken
sin© die.
« v tcoto m: roM mi \»i hi it.
.1 1'lcf f-'onlp line of Hip llraf Known
Rf|»nliflctt*i«» In tin *itn<e.
' Tf I'- '■ P .'' ■ - ml*•••/» for
<• " ■ • ■ •' ' n M;d Itefl- Id, O ,
in ' v H<* v->»k'd ori i. farm, taught
' . ■■ a -v. ' y «?ore, studied
! , '!*>■■■ idml '• ! tr» the bar ffe
•r-!hi *■ e l*n - irrt v unMl r iptured
• H tr; ■ F< rrv in V" ' vd th> n re
rl -r i » rr t • k<- !•-• < n par-Je.
f • Kan., where
1 rr-; ■ ■ • v ' fornr y and
• • ■ i ■■ ". I i j . h<* cinae
♦ > «"• and WV-. ii- •'! W'f, the cfate
' • - w ! iroi Mortjrape
Trtwt fompany. Dwtoj a part of IM*
» 1 ' dt -d s>< r ' iT'v I ar* ar ;- r«'-
fr it 180 000 to fT? 0W Mfeft month
i; •..! • t»l.-fa ; i to tf-* conjj'Jtny,
d!nptaytnv An Intima*# ksonltdft of flnail*
If] -if s ' f ] V . ri;- if«d in
,r t , . . a f.r of tba
>• ' rm K;.p ?r Fo< • lf!« family
■ * <■' ■* ■* 'e .i ■ .-J ■ ''• - n. Mr Foote
'e- z f: " < * ariwaverfnpf
* 1 • 1 < "i a '• tndid tt»
' r • nbtlc OfTt: e In S- at le
• My ' mtrnl « nmmtttrr.
T • <!'y c> at rat r mini* fee eft •«<-n y<?«-
». - ,y h ;» brb f buy n«-s ««!on in
A'rtvry hall in.m'-diaf- \- aft--r !he ;id
<, , r . . . • • . ' the ' i, th<> foll'iW
lug membei »• nt PMt wird,
\ < I: - ! S -1" Ward W. ft Whl'e;
T' rd Carl ntiffli, Fr«d H.
V • i f' >. Kdv ird vi' T M; 3!xfh.
• i M • • -rr V . S'-c - h, J\ :.h tlr'iwr;
I :l|tbth, V > A. fto 4 N» h, W. S.
■ '■ ■ J K f I iVkIM. The
•t ri; ". . a. ,t- i • me-' >, iin at 10
k :■ n. • ft h m-nfKT In Hie
r , j'm ti r ■ ft cmirlb
• of k ant f - !■:•'. d r*m
i >T irnu> b'adijii »r»-fit.
I(<>iinlon of hnn«!ii» lli iiiiicrati.
T !'T .- 1 i T V.' r f f'r • i U
/> «-d " •Dr; • ' ' »• t1 i r.'jiK-t held
y. The <r!: ■ w.i- In 'he
g ' f :t nUUIM of (1 e f »-m'>-
magnitude rives !? eoniMHfMl atynlfl
,n ..» the r.»< mv-r»fle «'r#ncth
a b ' ••.' e if ;c.-*«-r p rty *n th.? iut«.
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