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Turkish Forces Showing No
Hurry in Leaving Tripoli
Otherwise, Coveted Lands Would
Go to Greece as Prize
[Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch.]
Horn?. November 1??Th* Turkish
forces In Tripoli and Cyrenaica are not
1.Urning the evacuation, and there Is
reason to believe there Is a Turco- j
Italian agreement to delay the evacua?
tion tu order to Justify |fca Italian at?
tempt to retain the Aegean Islands,
which would otherwise go to Or.ece.
The Italian government recently Is?
sued special postage stamps for the
occupied Islands. In the mean w<iile.
the Arabs in Tripoli are submitting
More than iO.000 have surrendered
their arms, Italy offering ?6 for a
rifle. An offleer at uti outpost in Tri?
poli says he has been nsYflnf ?ut |Sb>
ooo to HO.uOO daily.
Italy Is withdrawing the blockading
warships, an-i gun running is now
?Vits possible. It seems that tnere is
already a flourishing contraband tra^?:
of old rifles across me Tunisian and
the Kgyptian frontiers, which - the
wily Arabs <-an purchase for a profit?
able surrender to the Italians. If Italy
continues to purchase tba rifles at $?.
Europe win gradually be drained of
all ttg old firearms.
The Minister of Marine will soon
ssk ths chamber for an extraordinary
grant of $24.000.000 for a superdrtud
i.aught of 31.000 tons. t</ be the largest
snd most powerful armed vessei in the
world. The plans have already been
drawn by Farratt Divito.
Miss Graill Gardner, a cousin of;
6*nator Ellhu Root, of New York, will
shortly make her debut us * Mtmi' In
Vuccini's "La Boheme" at the Ad.-iano
TWE CHJtV^ANTHEMl M
Chine*, r red art That Has Become Popular
In Virginia?-Hewatine*. Many Home*.
The irryaan'.hemum bloom* nowhere quit*
so ??veet *f la ej.ri Virginia, and li la be?
en !r.g on* of the mos*, popular of all the
|. .?!> Rowers that blossom on the hills and
In the rales Ita popularity is not tonfle<l
tj Virginia, but ??tm? to be stn.ial. fcr I
>.. a" tu? (aUawtag f.-om tba K*w i'ork
tfO.OOO paop.e throne to see a earjr
earthemum show In New T->rk the popu.ar
?o-*ue of th* flower mil! be r'garled as j
J-r-tty cocc.uslvely established Tiiat la
? SSI af many persona as constitute th.
?"'apaclty audiences * at Ui* theatres on nol:
?av?. and the fact bears STftaSSS to the
place chrysanthemum exhibition* now bold
as. fixed e*-enu In the fall calendar equally
?Ith football, th* opera abd the horse Shew.
A- the present rats of development of pep
uar Interest In It the Chrysanthemum bid*
fate to becoma our nationa; flower, as it la
I? Is something more than a century alette
?: ? flower of Chinese extraction with a
?"r<ek nsme made Its way Into Europe. The
grSi Engiiah exhibition ?'? <hryasnthemuma
held about ninety years ag.. and th.-:
e* ::?r.t exhibition of the American Institute
a iM* eity 1* It* elghty-nrst Moat of the
flndofmeat of the chrysanthemum under
< ? 'Ivatlon liaa taken p ace In the last quar
' ?'"'> eantury. aad the result, aa observed
In the Infinity of varieties, ranging from
ilny pomnoas to tv Mammoth plants
THE COMPLETE DISPLAY
GOLD AND SILVER
For the Approaching Holidays
The rapid advance of Christmas finds our stocks com?
plete in every detail.
It is a tremendous undertaking to have everything
ready at this time -but we appreciate the convenience it
means to patrons, and many are taking advantage of the
leisurely inspection which is now afforded them.
The many attractive novelties in
Gold, Silver and Diamond
will be found interesting and pleasing.
It ia a pleasure to show our goods, and we welcome the
opportunity of having you inspect them.
Richmond's Leading Jewelers
Second and Broad Sts.
too arse to enter ? hotel's door*, la a won
jd>- story of Hor'cuiturt.
The chrysanthemum is no .oncer a "rold
i flcv. ?r" only, hut one rtf!"ctJna; every hae
I or the spectrum Ita harir.ess sr. ! decorative
! Uff * have *loubt>ss enhanced it* popularity
Paaalbly "Mine Chrysantheme" added a aen
tirr.enial t*>uoh of lntereat to It But behind
Itj vosju* In this cjuntry and most sugges?
tiv? of al! the clreumstanr.es having to. do
a !tS i-? popular ?pp??l ??? eonCrmatloi,
tin attendance at chrysanthemums shows
sues of the spread of a true aesthetic sense
la a ?lty where as many of the population
go to see -hryianiiiemutn? as a wond s base
ba : series.
New York. November ? ?The statement ?f
t:.(- art;-.: condition of ciearlnc-houat banks
a-. i '.r.!: cerc^an!*? for th? ?e*k shows that
they hoid IS.iaa.Tof' reserve in excess) of legal
raajadrasaegta This is au increase of tl.S3.15a
from .a?t wetk.
The statement follows: Actual condition?
f.oa.n*. tl.SCl.195 0?; .itc reasi. K.TV OM.
-pfif. tV.1.3n.<rA. decrease. 1*50.9?.
I.ega: tenders. f tl.ttCOW: increase. It.MM
i Net cleposi'.s. fl.T30.;7?.oao. decrease. $??.'??.
Circulation. laJJBMM: jnc-ease, JNlOOo
Hanks cash reaerv? la vault. |3B*.M3.<W?.
Trust comjanies cash reserve in vault.
Asaregare cash rtserre. JJS3.SJ6.4G6.
Bxeeaa lawful reserve, r.J?S.a)?: increaae.
Trust companies reserve with ciaarcng
houae members carrylna* S6 per cent caati ro
Summary o.' .-^tate hanks aad trust compa?
nies in Greater Xtw York not Included la
ciring bouw statement:
Loan*, ??JSSf l*; increase. **???<*>
M?e<i?. tir.t77.i00; decrease. I3S.700
lAggd teod'-rs. $fc "31 TOP Increase. tUt.OW
Tuts: (jepoelts. |(3I.O73.?0C<; dfrtic, 1*1*5.
The Norfolk and Western has ordered 14.
M tone and the Nash-.il>. Chattanooga and
St Loul? IS.los tMU ml rails from the Tenaea
see Caa:. Iron anj Railroad Company.
Th' Southern Hallway has placed an order
far last*) tone of rails with the Tenneaaae
'oai. Irun and Railroad Company.
The Piedmcr.t and Northern I-lnes have
ordered 1.4^3 tons of bridge steel from the
Virginia Bridge and Iron Werks, ths
for Its. South r"aro!lna division, the i.raen
il?e. gpartaaburg and Anderson Ra''?ay.
The Atlantic Coast Llse has ord-rei l.WO'
t< ni of atructural steel for bridge? 'rtin t.ie
V;-^Snla Bridge and Iron Worka. 3o?.uoko.
The New York. Philadelphia and Norfolk
F'.a?rcad has ordered SW ventilated boa ears
from the American Car and Fouory 'ourany
and fifty gondola cars from the It a. e'on i
?-"tee: Car Company.
Sooth Cawsilaa Tobeerc.
A report Issued from the State Department
sf Agriculture of South rarvlln? shows the
tat) tobacco crop of that State to be 2i.33..?l!
pounds, wbleh waa sent to market for ti.*i3.
W?MJk The crop thla year shows an Increase
u' ).\r.- SI" pounds, worth fi.3tl.7mXl? over tha
crop or lSli. The average price par pound
in September of this year was ILIO cents as
cc.tpared with ltl cents last year._
: Government Expert. Located in
V irginia to Instruct Women
and Poultry Kaiser?.
A VERY INTERESTING STUOY
'The Incubator That Gives Hens
.More Chance Comes From
I "Eggs wer? never scarcer than this
i season. "The hens have all gone on a
; strike. ' "I can't get half the eggs 1
! need, and those I <lo get cost more
? than I ' ver paid for eggs In my life."
: Such are some of the remarks one
; h?"ars every day, and sometimes several
! times a day, and, behold: Christmas is
! only five wee?cs away,
j Well, the hens have not gone on a
; Strike. They are laying as many eggs
as they ever did. The simple fact is. I
the: e are more egg enters man ever
I o?-fore, and their ranks are growing
i every day.
"It may seem a rather startling j
I proposition." says the Cincinnati En- !
! lulrer, "that this year there will he !
1 expended for eggs In the L'nited |
I etates S542,000.000 at least, if not much ;
; more, according to rise in the market
In the remaining time. Production of \
-Kgn has been estimated at 200 per I
"apita of our population. Placing the I
population at 92,000.000. we have over j
?8,000,000,000 eggs for the year. Kew j
ft us are now getting our eggs at
>sa than three cents, while many pay ]
31 cents per dozen. But suppose we
place the average at 3 cents?then we;
Save an annual result of ?ot2.000.000.'
There comes now the interesting ?
luestion how soon will the industrious ,
sen so increase her production that
?his cost shall be reduced? j
l'aele Saas to the? Res-cur.
This scarcity of eggs, or the failure j
of the country to increase the pro?
duct as fast as the army of conium- |
ere enlarges, has caused the Agrlcul- J
' :aral Department of the government j
? lo give the matter grave attention. A
[ Jtudy of the subject has oeen made, j
j and agents are being sent out to teacn
! the housewives in the country and j
i the poultry raisers how to manage ;
i the business so as to Increase the vol-!
i ?ime of eggs sent to the markets. An i
agent has been located In Virginia with
.Headquarters at Burkevllle. Joseph
W. Kinghorne Is the name of the
agent, and Burkeviile has been select?
ed as his headquarters, so that he may
he the better enabled to work in con?
nection' with T. O. Sam-y, trie head
of the Farm Demonstration Work in
the State, and with Miss Ella ASnew, I
who has charge of the work among
the women and the girls of the farms.
Mr. Kinghorne is an official of the bu?
reau of animal industry cf the Agri
tultural Department, and has special
charge of the poultry end of It for
a certain district. His labors in Vir?
ginia will be those of an instructor,
and as soon sa he gets his office at
Burkeviile opened up and he is good
ready for business, the Industrial Sec?
tion will endeavor to give its readers
fuller details of the character of the
work that Is sought to be done to the
end that the farmers and farmeresses
An Appeal to Those Suffering
If you are a sufferer from rheumatism I know that this will be
of much interest. I know if you have a relative, or friend, suffer?
ing the terrible tortures of this many-headed monster?rheuma?
tism?that it will be equally interesting.
You would give almost any price to be relieved.
There are many so-called "cures" advertised?read what most
of them require: Take three or four times a day, internally, some
remedy made up with strong drugs, which I would call "dope."
Read what these "cures" claim is the cause of rheumatism?
uric acid, kidney trouble, liver complaint, indigestion, etc.
No one knows what uric acid is?ask your family physician.
While you are talking to him. ask about these "cures" at the
same time. You have a lot of faith in his opinion.
Rheumatism is a serious disease?with more serious conditions
fcflowing if not checked in time. It often doubles one up, brings
on < U rorts of misery, makes life almost unbearable.
Nine ca es out of ten require no internal treatment at all.
Do not fill your system with these "cures" until you have tried
You may be one of the nine that can be helped by it?Noah's
Liniment is an external treatment.
You would, if a .sufferer, give S5.00 as quickly as $1.00 for
something that would help you. All I a?-k you to do is to try one
large size bottle of Noah s Liniment. If it does not benefit you
your dealer is authorized to give back your money.
Where there is not any swelling or fever Xoah's Liniment will
no doubt help you. Requires very little rubbing, penetrates and
does not evaporate like most external remedies.
If you have read thus far you mil! be more interested to con?
tinue. I have personally investigated many of the testimonials
for Noah's Liniment.
Xot long ago I went to Charleston. S. C. to look into a re?
markable case. This man, Mr. John P. Daly, was unable to raise
his right arm for more than ten years until he had used Noah's
Liniment. Mr. Daly is 68 years old. .-nd i? well and favorably
known in Charreston. He has resided there most of his Irfe and was
a veteran in the civil war. Mr.
Daly toki me Iiis sister request?
ed a sample by mail; then be
?tales he purchased a 25c size
bottle, and then a SI.00 bottle,
and a little more than the latter
made a perfect cure.
Noah Remedy Company
Mr. Daly's Statement
"I suffered with rheumatism in my right arm
and shoulder, complicated with a partial paralysis
of the nerves. I tried numerous preparations with
only partial relief, suffering intense pain all the
time, loss of appetite, insomnia and was reduced
to a mere skeleton. Fortunately I learned of
Noah's Liniment and began its use. Although I
could not raise my arm. after rusing a little more
than a large size bottle I feel that I am completely
cured and my old self again. Cannot too strongly
recommend Noah's Liniment."?John P. Daly.
Charleston, S. C.
Pias* a Preoa niatB.1 ? ? Mia e< Alessnarls.Vs*
"I have teen using Noah's Liniment in a very
bad case of rheumatism, and have found it very
beneficial in removing the pain, and believe it to
be a valuable remedy. I recommend it to mm suf?
ferers in that line."?J. Matthews.
Caaasj ef Seastsc Bli i f
"Every winter for the past few years I hare
been troubled with sciatic rheumatism, and had
used nearly every liniment and remedy known.
I used one bottle of Noah's Liniment, and haven't
been troubled with pain since,"?J. E. Emerson.
Prop, dote Stamp Works, Boston, Mass.
'*! Sad been suffering with bone rheumatism
for about three vears. I have been using Noah's
Liniment, and will say that it cured me completely
Can walk better than I have m tar? years. Noah's
Liniment will do all you cUrat. I cannot recom?
mend it high enoAigh.' ?S. E. Cyras, DonaM, S. C.
Noah's Lmintent is
the best remedy for
Lame Back, Stiff
J emits and Muscles,
Sore Throat, Colds.
Strains, Spraists Cuts.
Toothacbe. sad all
Nerve. Bosse aad Mus?
cle Aches and Pains.
The genuine has
Noah's Ark on every
package aad looks like
this cut. but has RED
band on front of pack?
age, aad ~reeaaVs
11 anas i nt" always in
RED ink. Beware af
iastotiiaai. 25c 50c
aad f t .OQ. aad soM by
sR dealer* in matfi
nr- Caarswtesd er
mnary refunded by
V>-?h Remedy Co..
Inc.. Richmond. V*
LATEST THEORY OF CATARRH
EXPLAINED BY DR. HARTUM
DR. S. B. HARTMAN.
Catarrh begins by congestion of the
blood vessels of a mucous membrane.
Any . mucous membrane is made up
mostly of minute blood vessels, called
capillaries. Cold or irritation of any sort
is liable to produce congestion of these
capillaries. If the irritation is slight and
is quickly removed the congestion very
soon disappears and no bad result ob?
tains. But if the irritation is repeated
many times or is long continued a chronic
condition of congestion of the mucous
membranes may occur. This is ordinarily
The blood no longer circulates freely
in the small blood vessels that compose
the mucous membrane. The blood be?
comes damned up in the vessel.-, causing
the vessels to swell up and the blood to
stagnate and the serum of the blood to
exude from the walls of the blood vessels,
These discharges are ordinarily called
mucous discharges. The fact is. however,
the discharges are not properly mucus.
Real mucus does not irritate, but is a
wholesome fluid which covers every
mucous membrane in the body. The ca>
tarrhal discharge is a deranged sort of
mucus that is irritating and very un?
wholesome Such a discharge not only
further irritates the mucous membranes,
sometimes completely destroying them,
but the discharge is a weakening drain on
the system. Precious blood serum is lost
in this way.
This condition of affairs is liable to
happen in the stomach, in the bowels,
and any other internal organ. As said
before, it most frequently occurs in the
nose and throat.
Sometimes a little relief can be ob?
tained by the use of local applications,
especially when the catarrh is confined
to the nose and throat. But catarrh can?
not be successfully treated by local appli?
cations. The only remedies that are ef?
fective are internal remedies.
To devise a remedy for catarrh that
could be taken safely and effectively for
catarrh wherever it happened to be lo?
cated in the body, to devise such a rem?
edy has been the ambition and study of
I think I have obtained such a remedy
in Peruna. I regard Peruna as an effec?
tive and a safe catarrh remedy. I have
never recommended it for any other dis?
ease than catarrh. The notion that pre?
vails that I regard Peruna as a cure-all
is entirely erroneous. Catarrh is liable
to affect so many organs for which I have
recommended Peruna that it has given
rise to the impression that I recommend
Peruna for different diseases. I recom?
mend Peruna only for catarrh. But I do
insist that it is a remedy not only for ca?
tarrh of the nose and throat, but for ca?
tarrh of the stomach and lungs, larynx,
liver and other internal organs.
The kidneys are especially liable to
catarrh. If the catarrh goes on un?
checked in the kidneys it leads to or?
ganic disease, sometimes called Bright's
I wish to make it plain that Peruna is
not a cure-all; that I have never recom?
mended it as a cure-all; that I have al?
ways insisted that it was a remedy for
catarrh and for catarrh only. I hope I
have made this plain.
If catarrh affects the stomach, Peruna
is the remedy.
If catarrh affects the kidneys, Peruna
is the remedy.
If catarrh a/feet* the lias, (fefll
tines, or the lungs, Perana is tW MBH
Not because Peru na ie a rssssjB
many diseases, but because CtlsMsnH
locate itself in these various otgaaat <3|
disturb their functions. ^
Sometimes catarrh is aasosmaa*) sjfl
constipation Other times a CsjjssjjB
subject may not be troubled with OMM
Ction. In some instances I Bars' tfj
nencss of the bowels. J
People beginning the use of Psrssss) fjj
chronic catarrh, wherever located. *jf
usually get valuable advice by writing|3
giving me a statement of the cast. ^3
I do not thiak it will be necessary fj
me in this article to describe catarrh d
the various organs of the body. It 1
sufficient for me to say in a general waf
that any organ is subject to catarrh, M
cause these organs are lined by a nttsosd
membrane. When once catarrh attssS
an organ it deranges the function of jH
organ more or lest.
If catarrh attacks the stotnach dyaM
sia is the result.
If it attacks the larynx and btWatM
tubes, bronchitis and laryngitis was gf
If it attacks the lungs, eoogh ajjj
symptoms that resemble amsusnptsS)
will follow. T
If catarrh attacks the kidneys dtatMl
a nee of the urinary organs is certain, Ca
Urrh of the bladder is a very cosngS
form of catarrh. It produces dilti tssin,
symptoms. A large proportion of asM
past midle life have this form of catarrl
more or less.
I not only devised a remedy to tage
these cases, but I have at my commas*,
a corps of assistants and helpers whtd
enables me to come into personal toistl
with thousands of people suffering free
catarrh, and assist them in the treatsaea
of their case.
Pe-ru-na, Man-a-lin and La en fi
manufactured by the Pe-ru-na f* ornntaj
Columbus, Ohio. Sold at all drug sum*
, SPECI AL NOTICE.?Many pmm
inquire for The Old-Time Ptruna. Tfilj
want the Peruna that their Fathers ail
Mothers used to take. The old Perns)
is now called Ka-tar-no. If your deah
does not keep it for sale write the Kf
tar-no Company, Columbus, Ohio, an
they will tell you all about it.
will be read:.- to take Instruction and
profit by it.
.4a Interesting Study.
Truly, this egg and chicken ques?
tion is an interesting; study, and it
may be greatly simplified if we know
how to do It.
"There Is one great advantage in
our extensive revival of the Incuba?
tor enterprise of the ancient Egyp?
tians, in that the lien can devote so
much more time to the production ot
eggs while the 'slant' turns out the
chickens, though we lose that old fa?
miliar; pleasure that once came of ob?
servation of the gathering of the
brocsd. There is also convenience to
the poultry form in that it can send
its own selected eggs to the incuba?
tor, so many dozens or hundreds, and
in due time have prompt return by
express of a corresponding number of
chickens, minus a possible 3 per cent
As the chickens are turned out at trie
incubators they are placed in well
ventilated strawboard boxes, each In a
compartment, and shipped to the per
son ordering. It Is claimed that not
I more than three in a hundred ot the
i chickens thus shipped are loot They
' do not require anything to eat or drink
for the first four or flvs days of life,
each living that long on the absorbed
yolk of its origin. All they need is
air and some care In handling. Thus]
the poultry farmer can have any breed
of chickens he requires while his hens
go on laying eggs for the market."
A CUE/IT HIGHWAY
Bristol-to-Washington Route to
Get Boost at Southern Ap?
palachian Convention. I
The Southern Appalachian Conven?
tion which is to be held in Atlanta
this week (Wednesday and Thursday)
would give Southern good roads' a big
boost, and it is already settled that
the proposed Brlstol-to-Wasbington
highway Is to come in on the pro?
gram for special discussion.
About fifteen months ago the Bris?
tol-to-Washington Highway Associa?
tion was organised by good roads sn
tbuslastlsts of Virginia, Tennessee and
North Carolina. Officers were elected
and a very active executive committee
was appointed, which'very soon worked
up a tremendous amount of interest la
every county from Bristol to Washing?
ton along the proposed routs The
"Old Stats Pike" running wast from
Roanoke to Seven Mile Ford, within
thirty-live miles ef Bristol, was found
to be In a fair state of preservation,
and a movement waa started by this
association to re-surface this great
highway, which the State of Virginia
had built at a cost of mare than
f 1,000.000 previous to the con?
struction of the Norfolk and Western
Three advertising and boosting cars
were started from Bristol to Washing?
ton in October. itll, containing, besides
the officials of the association, promi?
nent good roads men. and the highway
engineer of Virginia. At every station
between Bristol and Roanoke speeches
were made to targe crowds, and the
interest sroused wss quickened to en?
thusiasm. The net results to-day of
the campaign waged by thai sssocis
tlon are as follows: Over thirty con?
victs are employed butkliag a rock
road from Bristol to Ablngden, four?
teen miles, connecting with the rock
road at that point, and extending to
the Smyth Oeanty line Bedford
County is getting ready to make good
her Unk. Palaskl County has Just
voted a large bead issue to re-surface
the road from the Wythe to the Mont -
gevery herder; Wythe County baa al?
ready ballt a long section of this road
and is building mars. Smyth County
will vets this month for s bond issue
sufficient to re-rock as eld pike from
Washington County to Wjthe. aad
Montgomery Coaaty Is the only one
where the people have not risen to the
occasion snd began road improvement
wita vigor I
The Norfolk aad Western Railway
Compeer have reeesaised the possi?
bilities ef this national highway and
have co-operated with the officials ef
Oils highway la patting all crossings
Another Interstate road in this South
trn Appalachian region Is owe from
Brueneid. West Virginia, through Taee
? ell. Russell. Wise sad I-~e Coentfe*.
Virginia, to <*smber)?ad Oap. Tenne?
see. where It Is hops? there wffil ascsii
long be a tsnaoctlen with Ma good
rosds of Kentucky by way ef Middles
here, aad ea outlet to the aerta ef tt
through one or twa counties of West
I Virginia to the White Sulphur Springs.
The crest of the Blue Ridge high?
way of North Carolina, which, when
completed will extend from Marlon,
Virginia, to Tallulah Falls. Georgia
will connect with the Bristol-to-Wash
<ngton highway and afford an outlet
to the people of Georgia, South Caro?
lina, and North Carolina to this high?
way leading to the national capital.
The highways from Spartan burg, Col?
umbia and Greenville, 8outh Carolina,
will tap the crest of the Blue Ridge
I highway at Ashevllle; and the Ashe
| ville-Knoxville highway will bring the
j people from East Tennessee Into this
route, and thus give them an outlet to
i the highways mentioned above.
I It will thus be seen that these
i Southern Appalachian States are all
vitally Interested In promoting a sys?
tem of Improved roads which will at?
tract the tourist, the capitalist and
the traveler frim other States and
countries Into thla region, which has so
much to offer in the way of natural re- J
sources, climate, scenery and people.
Lyaehbarg Tehacee Ma I bet.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.}
Lynchburg;. Va_. November M.?John D. J
Oglesby. of the Lynchburg Tobacco Ware
boose Co. (lac), makes the following report
of lui tobacco ?old ea tk? Tjsshbm i
Sold weak ?Odins NonaWr tf, SnjH
I Sound?; sold week endlas November S. lU.Ssj
pounds, Increase this weak. SH.SSS pound*. ?
^oid from September 1 to November XT. Ml
3.1:1.*? pounds: sold from September l tri
N .v*mb?r IS, 1*12. ?SS>,2tO pouada: ISHISSi
for 1SU 51t.Too pounds. l?
The good season for handling tebaese WSJ
week caused sales te be heavy this, aasa
Is expected that receipts win be road fed
The offerings were a dlsappota-tiaeat, tb
percentage of Inferior grades being aisaja
than was expected. ^ *
. Inferior grades are not sell tag as wall a
I laat year, caualng some dlsaatlefeettos
among the planters, but all geod (Trades art
in strong demand al very satisfactory priaea
acme of the beat lets bringing as hi ah SB
|tf per 1? pounds. * ~,
A Quistmas Gift For Wife
or Daughter that Will Afford
Them IJe-Long Pleasure
< f ll ??? ??
Their ability to play it iminetfaately.^
devoting boors of practice and study as "Mf??
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latino of the tone levers is instkrtivc and brings out
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