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.1! iscellaacuns Advertisements.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, (BEDFORD DIVISION.) ON unJ nficT Jan. 88, 1883, Passenger Trains arrive mi l depart as follows; ,—LEAVE , b I AT a.v,. r— AIIKIVE Mail. Exp. Ex[. Mll A. M. P. M P M. P. 830 315 Cumberland 105 10 25 904 3 4!) Hyudm.u 13 31 951 A. M 10 05 350 Bedford 11 30 850 p. u. 18 25 615 Huntingdon 910 0 •>< 340 710 Altoona 745 12 25 P. M A M 850 12 01 Pittsburg 100 8 ;!■' A. M. 1 r. M. 430 11 30 Harrisburg 400 | 3 3 lA. M. I*. M. A M. 355 Pbiladi Ipliiu 1130 1125 615 Nett York BOoj 700 ' —ARRIVE — ' LEAVE— N*TE.—Time here given is Pennsyl vnnin Railroad (Pbm.dclpi.be) lum-, which five minutes (aster than Bid’innae Inm No changeof cals bcl wi ell Combe I lit 111 I eml iliiiiluigdon. Taiemgh ems beiw. ei Hnniingibiii ami Philielelpfiiu, New V if tael I’m img Piisweiiaeis lion, p., i east i I Hynelumn, I a Nan rsest, ink Ex press tram west, ebange ears at Headman ami anive at Somerset at 4 55 p. m. Tickets sold and baggage checked by PETER NOON, Agent, corner ol Belli more and Liberty Streets, Cumberland, and at the depot. 'Bus will call at resi dences for passengers and luggage, on notice left with agent. J. R. WOOD, General passenger Ageut. Titos A. Roberts,Superintendent. Jan 28 Short Lino Passsngor Trains. Commencing Monday, Nov. 3s, issi. PASSENGER TRAINS of ibe George's L Crui k and Cumliei land Railroad no be P, uusylvania Railro ,1 Comp.i .v, (by Philadelphia time, which is 5 minute larhcr than Baltimore lime): D.h/i/, iSundays exeipUd, LEAVE CUMBERLAND— For Lonueomug, 0.00 a. in., 930 a. in. and 3 -15 p. in. For Bedlbrd, Pittsburg, Philadelphia and New York, 8.15 a. in. amt 3 55 p. in. LEAVE LONACONING 7.45 a. in., 12 no nr. amt 5.30 p. in. Siimluy J I'iUnj. LEAVE CUMLKKLAND — Foi Loime.iMiiig, 900 . nr. and 3.00 p. In LEAVE LoNAcuNINU— -13.3U p. m., and 5 p m. (Excursionists loi DAN' ROCK can leave Cumberland any day at 9.30 a, m . anil running leave V .u Summit loi CuiLbenaml at 5.30 p. m J JAS. A. ,\I.LI.HOLLAND, Dec 3 G, ueiui Manager. BALITMoTa, \"uilU) RAILROAD. ON and alter May 21, 1882, trains Will arrive and depurl as lullotvs: ( ( .11 - ARRIVE | WESTBOUND rttAIKS j BKPAKI 12:35 a til No. 24 Ex; less. I 2:33 ain No. 2 Expie s. | 3:38 a m 6:6lam No. 8 Express. 1 7:07 ain No. 0 Aeeom’u. | 0:35 a m 8-15 pin No. 14 Mail. . 3-30 pin 3.37 pm No. 10 Express. ) 3:47 pm ARRIVE | EASTIIOU.ND TRAINS | DEPART 1:20 ain I No. 3 Express. 131 a m No. 33 Ex, rcss. 3:00 a in , 8:15 a m | No. 19 .Mall. 830 a m ! 9*33 am I No. 5 Express. 9:50 a m 4.45 pm I No. 1 Express. 5:03 pn 7;35 pin 1 No. 7 Aeeoiii’n Nos. 8, 14, 7 and 19 daily except Sim- ; days. All other trains daily. May 27 J F. LEOGE,Agent. I [PITTSBUIuT DIVISION j ON and after Nov. 29, 1881, passenger trains on the P Usburg Division ol the Baltimore and Ohio iniltoad will run us follows; CauVaSua. WKSIBOUND. pttg. '3.53 p. m I No. 10 Mail. 11000 p. 11l 13.40 a. m | No. 8 Expiess. | 030 n. in Pittsburg. EASTBOLMU, cumn'.-rlan.t. 8.50 u. m I No. 1 Mail. I 3.35 p. m 9.10 p. m | No. 8 Express. | 8.85 a. in Local aiconmuidation train leaves Cum berland for Connellsvillc id 0 30 a m ; re turning arrive Cumin rla-d 7.00 p in. On and after Nov. 20, 1881, tr. ins on the Somerset and Cambria Branch will run as follows; Northbound Leave : Rock wood at 6.00 u. in. and 13 40 p in,; I Somerset, 030 and 1 15 p in.,nrive.lolms | town 8.30 a. m and 3.05 p m. So lb- ! bound—Leave Johnstown, 9.15 a. m. amt i 3.35 p. In ; Sinner,-t l 1105 and 5.15 p. m, arrive Roekwood, 11.10 a. m. and 5.50 p | nr. All trains run daily. . THOMAS M. KING. J General Bup’t. I E. 1) Smith, Passeug r Ageul. Deo 3 Cumberland ,v Pemisyl winni Rail mud NEW TIME TABLE rpo TAKE EFFECT L Munday,.\nv. 15, 1880. Passenger I rains leave Cumberland al 9.15 a. M. and 3.40 e. M Frostburg, east, 7 IU, a M.,aul 12 43 P M. “ west, 10.12, “ “ 4 4 “ SCI!EDI LE r— LEAVE—, STATIONS >—AHIMVE-w A M. 1 A M. j A. M I I’ M 0.15 i 11.40 Piedmont I 11.15 I .5 45 6.30 11.55 Barlou 10.53 5.25 I p M 6.40 j 12.10 Lon .coning l 10.43 5.12 6.55 13 85 Or. i u 10 36 15. 7.10 1 12.42 Frost burg |lal2| 110 740 1 Hi Ml Savage 946 114 7.48 j I.Li Bane vi u a4oj 4on i.Oii I 1.30 C. AP. Junction 9.29 I 3 55 '5 ( 1.45 Cllnibuiliind 915 i 3.4 u -ARRIVE—' s_ LEAVE P L. BUR WELL. Nov 37 General 'enl idi-eellanemis Advertisemeats. SIMS HOUSE, J )lEI)M”NT (BaltimoreandObiorai I ottd,) Wean Virginia Nv T .1 P A ENTt.EI) Pror’- I) .1. lII.ACKIBTON, .IAS, 6. 11LLEOOOD BLACKISTON Si ELLLCrOOD, Attorneys-aNLaw, 3 VVaslungton Si., Cumberli’ud, Md. Apt 0 y •v illiam Brace. Benj a. Richmond liraci* &. Richmond, A 1 TORNEYH A I LA W. Olllce No. 4 VVaslnuptu diert, CUMBERLAND MD. < I ' ILL euin Frostlmrg regularly ever; '■ v ra irsdav Inne 30- ,) R K E XST i j'al-L/S 01TALV HOI'S! > roßiflTooMs A N I> — ' H M)M .**• 'll *3I lliml H.iilsili!. loi OiMf* •:i \, i.u it nin> n r\i i Mai 11 Kr.iHilmru. M1 V BLA- KSMITHS "fe Semi for Sm Circular and Prices /ft La or Trie ■.'! j Cheapest Bench Drill ( In Hie vvor’d. Hundreds in .A** use. Address. Seiircu Tool IVnrks, Jan2B-0m Dundee, N V. /. \ N"/’,7. V 1.1. \~EOL n Photography MUST TAKE A BACK SEAT \S Ion; as I ran furnish Hie finis! (urtt-de-Visilcs, CABINET, IMPERIAL, ami PANEL PICTUKES At C'beup Prices, Al n y cslab isl nietil on Broadway can be found al it\le ot Cun's, Frames, Cbnmios. Ac., in (act anvildii: lo be lound ia a lirsi-chiss : rl eiupor.mn. Nov. :s li.e lime lo order vein- pictures. A A ROGERS, Api 29-y Bn ml way, f roslburg, Md. Stoves & Tinware HKI. .IOJI ••SOX ir. still active i I and doing a good business at JVo. Jfi) Mii.iii' St., Frostbnrg, Where lie sells tbo |P>T STfifF ! In town. I refer lo the well known U T vnnai rl p a f ? 5 wUa Jm Ml/ JC*. V m O I Which lias the large-t oven aud is the , I i|ui kest baking slo i in (lie market. ! I also manata-lare ami keep con | ailin’ ly on ban tin mos substantial and , i very best I pp? ® | iTinware* 1 Its ia gyti V V istf u!a u iO BE FOUND Solieitmg a rail am! an inspeetian of the superb New Ironsides Coal; Slave and my stock of Unw in . i n main voids, Apr 9-y FRED JOIINnON. $ ! 0.00 REWARD •r 'HE above HEW ARM will be riven fo) f i'OhITIVE minima!ion tnai :!“ IN’ EVITABLY lead P> lb. DETECTION, ARREST and CoN'. R TloN . ’ any par ty, or parti s. known ■■■ DEFACE RE j Move, or in any nai-.e r lo wunion : y or ! nalieuaiHly TAM I El \ in* my .idverlising nards. FRANK C BEALL, i ‘MatninoUi” Hard .t are. Wooden Ware | end Stove Store, Lowndes A Clnr 'sold stand, -j p l ,; Froetlmru Md. .Rb]:uO\'AL! Notice to iVIy Patrons 1 HAVING veimival my Tailoring Es tablisliment to Qra.jt.3\o3le, ARL, I - bit. I ■ (,rl ia nr -a al I ia* mi ■ I ■/. sof Fl. si or ; e . lid I 111 : 1 U ILL ; BE IN Fli’.sTßl KG i’ii'.’-ii ... G. .* tii‘l' i'i!.V IN EACH MONTH Willi a line s.mple go ds for the pur cse of rei-eivimr ... de s for suits of ('ln!h la.'. A PEIIFi.G 1 FIT GUARANTEED or 111. IP V '< I -a i d. A. I.UEWENsTI'.iy, Feb 35- I G-aal-vi.le, Md, Estate <>/ . lihrrt ('. Greene, i/ere.i 1. * |'IIIS IS To oIVK NOTICE Thai the 1 slllisei.br: burl , lllllled Ir 111 ti l <ll -se run ol Aib ; mi> roiary, Marylnn Irlfr i t i-ai ir nil' esptl. <il AHirrl c. Giei i, lal t I All< -any eoai.iy, errasrd .' 1 |- is.-mt having .iin s ■ again 1 ■ ...date Warmdloi X -1111 >. t I la- s.a.r ■ I. V aria i heieof rgil - | y vail i a a- In! 1 . tin- yid I licl-ae ib” dm of>. pie.idvr, 1882, oi I Iry r a ibrrwer In H’ be exeiaded i* (a n< I iilil ol la sail estate. AI ; pel- us k ..'lag 111 Ills, Ives bile lid loi Hie -aid . stall- re h epii-s ed lo nnd.e ,m --me.lr le payment Gv ag amlel my Ira. . . lids 1 Ui elm "I M ie;b. 1883 e HAM ;> A , GREENE. Marcb IS—!lm Ada.inis 1 ail.ir. ■ , I ci rV V-" ■ ■ '-d V‘. VA fe r*r- e* e> 1 . vy Vj al vase | vl “HVv -1 w v) ’tow oi CATAERH HR H has wilbslond all IreiUment * ai d if ol twenty years standing lease cull al DR HURL'S OFFICE. FITS ees pan. wuou celled. i Nov 12-tf Hard it arc, Woortonwf re, etc. “THE" MAMMOTH -AND- Stove House Cohtinnea to carry the usual large and wch-assorted slock of GENERAL jj $ j u.'VTcir © Heating i Cocking AND j In Profusion. GREAT VARIETY —OF— I House Furnishing l.aiesi and moat approred NOYEL F I ES In (he II UUMVARK line -ALUAYS OX HAND.— BIG HAPPY AND BUY THE j I \ m y'll '■ 3- B : sm.iby4;.iy t w.-.fe't Sl? •hi i in hi com en ts in prices j | nnd qualilies of gauds to be Excelled. Yours Rosj octlally, Frank C. Bra 1 !, “THE" Hardware and Steve Men. is Jau2l-ly 1 THE MiiNING JOURNAL. J. B. ODER, Editor and Proprietor. Jotitra Womslrt, Agont at Eel hart. Extra copies, - - - 5 cents, - - - lor tale by W. L. Amman, FfOStburg. i•e,MalllSt.,Kltellinsßros. Uni Id ini- TERMS OK SUBSI'IH I-TION : One Cop;, one year In advance $1 SI “ “ all month*. “ 16 : . <! ini i . May 27, I*>h2. o’tti'KclliUU). " AO Every man i* bound to tolerate the act of which he has biotas f given the example. The two things ihst a woman will "to wibl" over are, usually a new dress pattern and a to thache. The output of coil f'om Alabama !.a increased Irom 10 000 tonsiii 1872 to 100 000 tens n 1881, r i he di covery of what. is true and a d the pi act,ice of what is good are the two most impcrtance cljecls ot ph loeo by. The c. atom cl throwing rice after llie b ide is Chinese. The custom of throwing the poker or boot after her, is one of our Christian observances in America. The boiler-makers of New York, Brooklyn and Greenpoii t struck Mon day for an advance ot 10 percent., and from present indications are likely to get H. The journeymen plumbers of New York struck this week by order of the in,ion and will remain out until all o’ the members of the Boss Plumbers’ Association p ty their men $4 per day. I Terrible itching and scaly bnmrrst ulcers, sores and scrofulous swellings J cured by the Cuticura and Outicura • Soap (the great akin cures) extern illy, j and Cuticura R solvent (blood purl fi ir) interna'ly. Asl; shout them at | y- or drng.ists. I NOW that the spring iiousi -clcani. g | has commenced, ife tnsuranc com j p nies are doubling their rates On i marriel men. Before taking anv risk they make the man swear that bis wile never lea.Bß a cake of soap on (ho stairs. Clear head and voice, easy i b eathing, swert breath, pel feet ] smell, taste and bearing, no cough, •no distress. These are conditions ! brought about in catarrh by the uso , ; cfSindford's Rnd’cal Cure. Complete treatment for sl. At Pittsburg, Pa., Saturday, the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers decided to withdraw all | demands lor an in,reuse exc pling in i the case of tbepudd era, Toughers ami scrapptra. The increase asked on 1 puddlers wages is from ss.ho to $6. Hope for Drunkaids —My bus band bad di unken habits he could i net overccme until Fathers Giiger Tonic took away his thirst (or stimr- j laris, restore! his energy of mind j and gave him strength to attend to j business.—Cincinnati Lady. A DANDY of 26,1 aviug been term'd ;an “old bachelor," appealed to an jeldetly men to decide whether lie sh u d be o tiled old or not, giving | his age as 26. Said the elderlv g-m --ileman, “it sowmgto how you take it. j N. w, for a man it is yenng enough; * b t for a goose it is rather old." Food for Yodno and Old. —Food j and medicine for young and old, pre pared without fei mentation, iron Canadian Bir.ey, Malt, Hope, Qui nine, Bark, etc. Malt Litters are warranted more nourishing, strength ening, vitalizing and purifying, by reason of their richness in bone and muscle producing material than all ohr fornrs of malt or mediums •' h.le tree from th“ objections tr-gud again t mat liquors Speed of Wings —The speed t 1 which some wings are d iven is emu- I raous. It is occaaicrally Bu great, as j to cause (he p remia tn e .it a drum mo g soiin 1. T■ >di ■ s.r the 1 tjjsjs f th- Ily, the drone nl the lee and di : boom of the beetle are to b referral. When a grouse, partridge or pheasant suddenly springs into t !, e iv r. the | sound produced by the whining of its v ings greatly resembles that cause by the <a >ntact of s'eel with the rap-’ ' idl -revolvii g stou i of the finite- | guilder. j’ ha. been estimate ih-t ■ I t’-e com n n fly moves its wings thieo hundred and tliiitv limes ter second j—i. e., nineteen thoisaud eight bun-. 1 dii d tin es per minute — and that the ' I t tti i fly moves its wings nine t urn po second, or fiv huudr il and forty ' times per minute. The luovemintal n present an in-tedihly high s; ee.l ( even st the roots ot 'be wing-; hup the speed is enoimous'.y inrresa it a t lips i f the wings, from the fact that the tips rotate n| on the rods an ~e n ir. s. In realty, the speed (ho t.i sof the w n.s i: er. uses j pro( or lion as the tips ate lemoro.' f,. m ti e i axis cf lo'aiion and m proportion as j j the wiuge ate long. Miscellaneous Advertisements. 0. JAERETT & BEO. Have added to their Furniture Business, UNDERTAKING bbl^ches They are tally prepared to supply Coffi. s, Caskets and Burial Cnses, Trimmed in the FINEST STYLE for a great deal less money than the same articles are furnished elsewhere in the county. All our Funerai Furniture is upholstered in the most tasteful manner. We have recently purchased an ELEGANT HEARSE—the finest in the county—with which we will deliver COFFINS, etc., purchased from us, Free •>] Charge / ten? Order* hv telegraph promptly filled. (Sept 18-y FURNITURE FTRN ItURE ! * HE PLATE TO BOY PfBNITL’RE AT A BAIWUIX IS AT THE NEW 1 ESTABLISHMENT OP P C MgPlfCI MAIN STREET, !■ illwlttaLjiippu>iu' M. Wlihliinii’s Clothing House. Walnut, Poplar and Chmv Chamber Sails A m;nlftoenl Display of Hand some Parlor, Diningroom, Bedroom and Hall Furniture. Cabinet Making tn all Us I ranches. H. 1 would call your attention to my /s&£JLft.fr Umlerfakii.aj Department. Met lie, Wslnul and R.mewo d Taske's 'OH and Coffins Bnri I R..fn nd Shrouds of all i -jft description* nlwi.y* on hand. "JjSfaT' ' -ig'rv'S* I liavi ihe finest Hearse in Western Vffa ’• i v>tt' Maryland and a 1 n'l nner I* I attend pernm- Ul v- J I Tv f-glx fcxiv a tv Hi. id,, reli vlii" Hie relative* of the do —* ’■ "'•* ’ ceased of all trinn lc in tlie premises. Call and iusiiect my slock and get low prices for what you want Mar 4-ti €b P. NICKEL. Fro burg’s (palace) Grocery CAN PLEASE THE MOST FASTIDIOUS IN [TOBACCOS I In ALL qualities j CHOICE -AND- -AND- I ' I. CIGARS 1 PRICES. CAFd INS Constanhj on hand a. fine 1 , I un* of orben j Groceries I Also, STAPLE and FANCY J of every description. REOiEVING PRODUCE DAILY. Will lie happy to see you. Yours respectfully, i FRANK G. mil & 00. 1 May 0 R e so In tions /Y DOPTED ■B'Y WHEREAS. Darini; the labor tvouMe in the j Georges Creek region the citizens mast have there fore he it— PESO LIFT), By the Jinn of 0. STERN & CO., at their Dry (loads Emporium, that on and after this dale nothing trill be offered jut' sale over their counters j except First-Class Spring Styles, I % antC fart ket — RESOLVED, That ire hare marketl down out j /wives to bare tiring rates believing that our /nitrons trill apjtreeiatc oar efforts and Purchase Liberally, I and farther— t ‘ RESOLVED, That if you call at our establish ment we can show yon- Just what you want in the ■ latest designs. B. STEEN a, CO. • Mai 18-tl i til Ill'll If tilverliaenicutg. J. KUHII, M.D., , FROSTDUBO, MR, 1j AS confined bis practice entirely to * the treatment and cure of CON SUM I’TION ami all discuses of the Hoepi ralory system, and will positively attend to no other cases. Olllce hours, daily from 9 to It a. m. (Sundays excepted.) No books kept and cash required for medicine. Cases treated by eotrespon denco. Office at McNeill’s Drug Store. Aug 0-tf Apbil Ist, 1879. Recognizing the fact that the relation ship i siatiug between the Counties o Maryland and the City of Baltimore is such that residents of the Counties have omialon to visit the City frequently dur ing the year; in consideration of these facts and the liberal patronage extended Uie“Mallby" In the past, I deem it hut a niHtlei ol Justice that some discrimination should lie made in thoir favor. I have therelorecc ucluded to Redncethe Price of Board to $2 a day feeling confident Hint the same will betnliy appreciated by them, and at tiic same lituu merit and secure an iucxcased share of their patronage. Assuring them that nothing will be lull undoqn that can add lotheir comfort during their slay. Rooms without board, 75 cents and up ward per day. 1). H. UOC.i\,l’roi). Anr 6 Besolutions. rpUK following resolutions imvo been I auopted as a guide for the miners and laboring men of this coal region ; 1. Rcmlte.il, That no miner in the em ploy of any Company in this region do any day’s work underground for less than |3.80 per day, and any man that may he culled to do any work may make his own contract, hut in no case may lie go below the standard of laborers’ wages at any mine in which he is employed; and in no 1 case whatever shall cats tie made up; and i in no .usecompulsion be used. I 7. hesu.ved, i hat half cent per ton far idauHsinithing on and aftet February j lit 18SQ, he the standing price paid. I Resolved, That wo restrict the hours ; oi ,ahor to ten hours per day ns a standing day’s work, bcgiijdugnt 7 a. in. and stop ! mg at 5 p. m. ) 4. 11 /ilml, Tint five nils be a standard dnv's wmk for two men. I JUvuital, That hoys at the age of 13 j years ate entitled ton ha.f turn, but they | shall com ■to Ibe mine and claim said half turn; and that Ihe oldest sou of a widow shall he allowed n full turn at the discre tion of a mnjoiity of the men employed at the mine where such eases may rrisc, provided, the father died while in the em ploy of said company. (!. He oltc.d, That .cl timber hall ho de livered at llie place of workimi. I 7. Resolved, That laying up loads for pillars and limbering old places be done by the day at $2.50 per day. 8. Jtisolved, That all heading work shall be 7K cents per ton, mid leu ears for turn ing off rooms [mid at the same price. 9, Resolved, That we, your employees shall not maintain any driver nr laborer in not performing Ids duty f.itlitully. lU. Remitted, That we shall not sustain any recklessness < r carelessness to the de struction of lile and pr petty, for should any be guilty he shall throw himself liabi io the discretion ol the l oss and mutt suf fer the consequences. 11. Resolcid, r l hat we shall not maintain any laborer who shall ciase hi fore his lime is up; and >*illi respect to the drivers, wo shall not maintain a y pulling up at lialf pst tour if lie shell'd be required to make Brother trip if it sliouL take him to quarter- I past live; or. in oilier words, give one day and take tie other. 12. Resolved. That should any one lie disci algid it shall he the duty oi any who are able to take his place until the case is Investigated. Id. Resolved, That any man loading over two tons live upon a ear shall he skipped o on. ear for each offence. M, Resolved, That 10 feet shall lie the distance to shovel coal before getting a read laid up to the excavation. 15. Resulted, That the companies shall furnish the tools usually furnished for dig ging tins coal. 10. Resolved, That the distance for min ers to run cars down their roon s bo 'unit ed 10 100 fcl, and, lor tlie first additional 100 feet, ho shall receive 5 cents ; er tun cxlr 1. Over 500 led, heading price to ho paid I MayT-tf 1 f"''PAREEr S* ” ( | | hair balsam. 1 i ■ s ’ 1 i I H only that ore beneficial I to 'I 10 Bca *P au^ I Restores the Youthful Color to Grey or faded Hair j I Parker's Hair Balsam Is finely perfumed and is i 8 warranted to prevent filling of the hair and to re a lll °. C C a;ic^t^l ' n S - lltscox , N.Y. | PARKER’S ' GSUGERTOH3C- A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer. • .. Zf you arc a mrchanic or farmer, worn out with / overwork, or a mother nm d nt n by family or house hold duties try Parker’s Cim.i k 1 uni . 7 If you are a lawyer, minister or business man ex • liausttid by mtnial ctrainoranxwiK cares, do not lake tuto*icaliiiß*tunlantJ,bulUiC Park ■. st 1 omc if you have Consumption, Dyspepsia, Kheuma i Ism, Kidney Complaints, or any disorder of the lungs, stomach, bowels, blood or ncivcs, Parkpu s . * ‘i onic will cure you. It i* the < Blood i unfiei ftitd the Best and Surest Cough Cure Ever then I (f you rrc MMiii'B Iy f- '■ '■ *UJJ ■ Miiv disease or weakness and r nun . a ftumu. uu ww c;,n'pk“i oncei it V. ill hiv.i-or.'lc mill biulit you i ■„ ilio firsttloscbut Mil' i.c '-r intonicato, ! Jihas s- rdhun.tr 1. of u. It may *■•' V™* 1 Ib. u Crmtart. I <• I **• ■ I CHEAT SAVING M'YfKfl r01.1.A1l SIZE. ■ TON CoLOGNßtndlook i'i c. Co: 9 turner bouiTT *y r •<* h f Lr, “ mar r 3 cun supply you. VA sml 7.'* < i.t - ' 1 Apia i-it.