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THE ABGUQ.THUK8DAY. MARCH 26. 1CC3.
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A full guarantee
for the best in
Ten designs from
$40 to $ico.
School of Dress Making
CUT HQ KIIE KC3 OTI KSTSIIC '
Oar SCHOOL, it decidedly
the best place In thU vicin
ity to loam the entire art of
French Dress Making. Pupil
make dresses while learning,
(tood positions for competent
person. Fashion plate and
Red noed Rate for the next 80
daji to thoie taking the ijitem.
U end M, at Vaaes Banding.
DA VIM POUT. U.
L FEW PACTS.
Those who contemplate a winter's
trip to this amiable climate will bear
la mind the
BIG FOUR ROUTE
Ts the "Best Line" geographically
ai.i substantially from all points
K.ast. Northeast, North, Northwest
and West. Solid trains of mairniti
rent Wagner HufTct Sloepinz Cars.
HafTet 1'arlor Cars, elegant Coaches
and Dining Cars daily from New
York, lloston, ltuffalo, Cleveland,
Columbus; Sandnsky, Chicago, St.
Louis, .'curia, Indianapolis and in
tsrmediate points to Cincinatti.
where direct connection is made in
Central Union Station, without trans
fcr across the city, with Through
Trains of l'ullman Sleeping Cars to
Jacksonvli.e, via the Queen A Cres
cent IConto and Louisville tg Nash
For full pwlkn'sT call oa Agent "HI Font
t. o. raesmes.
B. 1. Haiti.
Genl I im aV In-hot Agt
Av Y TMOPOUCMLY
fiJ eNGLtSM QUICK
C NERVE RESTORER
j&oay GREAT LHGU5H RtMEDY
ti aew perfectsd srietle method
V nn..t '-.i: aaleMi tb raw la heyoad haain
ad. Yu f ,1 hnprrvsd Itis Bras day; feel
a nenoilt errrr tay;in ksov ounlf a sirs
stuonit am t hrxfr, mind aad heart. Drains snd
""" eiiM, mrtrj ohrtacl to kappy marred lif
reianvrd .ivt toarai, will, saercy. alt power,
wkea U!l'i ar rwtnre. U Be(tectd sark
tionMe malt fatally. Statlett aTerykers. wle4
fnf l. Sl knir InrBik. A. i. Ret. TcxtM
awaac sm Twrnty-Uirs tttttt. Bock UlaKl.
Tie Terrors of Paralysis. '
OVERCOME AT LAST BY THE AD
VANCE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE.
Thw TatlaMr m Slaa Wk Was Half
Dead for Fer Tears-TDar mm
Well u4 Stroaaj a Ever.
From tht Oareso, X. r Palladium.)
Despite his slxlr-re rear nf mar and V
tntenre mental and bodily affliction, he has
been obliged to endure for nearly five rearm.
Mr. Theo. J. Whe-lcr of Oswego, N.'Y., is
till a fine looking mas. He answered the
reporter's rin; at the door bell and invited
bim into Lii cozy siuinj room, where he told
the f illowiuj; story :
"It was oo the morning of Xov. 27, 1S3,
that I was stricken down. I attempted to gH
up in the morning a. okosI, when I f Mind tbst
I conld not one my limbs or f.-eu At first I
Ihonzht they were asleep and robbed them
briskly witii my hands for scTeral minntes,
but without result. Finally I got back into
bed and snt fir Dr. S. Jl. Bennett of this
villas. He informed me that I bad suffered
what is eoranvin! v called a 'I'mkn of ncml.
ysia. The numbneu continued to spreel,
accompanied by a prickling renntion. nntii
the entire lower half of my bodr, ai well '
my ley., wax nflVcl-d. My bowels and kid
neys rcluseJ to perform their functions, and
i was oaiy renevea nr mechanical process.
I was not satisfied whh Dr. Bennett's disc
mx.ia, an 1 sent for Dr. Low, of Pulasti. lie
only c infinned Dr. Bennett's statement and
sdvi.ed ms to get reaily to die. For sis
months I lay in bed at the home ofoiy
niece, ...r. O. A. Penfield, unable to turn
xverinhed. hanllv. ard reanirin? oonstcnt
attention nn-1 care. . Fi.iallv 1 crew used to
my lit llcr-ncs and wuuld crav 1 out of
bed, and g. '.tins partially dresfed wouii!
drsir bit body u!out the "house, uinff my
hamls like an infant when crecpinc, bet
anable to help myst-lf in the lcst with ruv
lower lintlw. There was not the flij;hte;'t
ft-elinir in the lower part nf mr body and e
iiiru;i imu i. iv anufifti parrs wouiu
iK produce the i!it'litert tain. This went
on until citrht months aso. One dav I read
m the J'nlliii, urn of a Canadian gentleman
who aii!T.-rH from jwrnlrsis and who had
fonnd r.'lh-f in Dr. William' Pink Pill...
I determined to pive the medicine a trial.
Before I eo'ild hardlv hone fur resu!la 1 he.
can to frel a marked lmnrnvpimnt in n.
condition. First mv kidneys and then mv
I 1- I . - r. , - -
,""' unjn ouai.i, aiier a lapse oi over
four reir. to iwrform their natural func
tion. The numbness left my lioclr and the
rnse of filing returned. "This continued
nritil the nunilnes had left my limb en
tirely. Now I can co up to the villas
with ons cane and in the hna&e I ro amnud
without any. It is with the trrentest plea,
nre that 1 reennmicnd Dr. Williams' Pink
rill to the pul.lie."
Dr. Willmni' Pink Tills contain all the
flcment r.(Te."arv to rive new lifH and
richness to tl.e blood and restore shattered
lervr. They are for sale bv all dmtrtrists,
r may be had bv mail from" Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Seheneetadr, N. for 500,
per box, or six boxes for if.50.
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
tour Patronace is Solicited.
Office 1820, Second Ar.
Harper Bona Block.
And Floor Paints,
1410 Third avenue.
maae a wen
inoorm tus iva
It a LTAretO DTH.
rrst, MCip". isfrni(y x-m isv
ton. ett .ratuved 1st rMtabt:
Tires Tior and irM
(ophrtink'Mirtc-wiK. ant riulttl;
Ziw brtmn lr rrtlnx i
LeMt, MHhw. inM oryor.ff. Xasliy carrii invt
lr.-kru i'rt fl.wa priiao. Hix lor U.00ih
tnya imti'tt, o tnw on having IMtAlHl, 1C
fWtrstal MrJUeU CaWaa. Cfcleaf , lit., rar atwta,
SOLD at the Harper Hoao Dro Pharmary,
KCK ISLAND. ILL,; br Wm. Cle-ndcaui
J sw f - .U I . J . J : 1
is the rean'.t of en'df
at J auddee cltitatic
It ran be curerl bv s
p'raean: rem.tlv wblca
i applied directlf Into
tht noatril ilainit
quickly abwbrd It
iras reikt at orce.
oneoa acit deanee i he
r,e;;lnrp C0LD'i HEAD
tbe Me-nbran fma Cnld. Restores V
eeimeo o' Taele .ml mell. The Baira Is qairklv
snanrbrd snd rtvs relief at ocec. Pries SO ccnta
at Uiascieu or ty ma.u
ELY BHOTnKRS.1 Warren 'trret, yew Toik.
m MnMIM. tiwiawaaM, ana
SW - m imam. a. wmtwm
a. - - - i'klllti . tm.
AJr r" ' Snl JHVdl
I 17 ae-" . i trT.T t la.
, Sam ar aa aaaal Snana
THE YOUNG RICHMOND WOMAN AND
HER BRAND NEW CENT.
The Combinations of W
Hospitality Girts la Cobav Wwmax's
IMaadTaatacea Womea PbIIcs Matrass.
A xVeasoa la PollUca. "
Mifa Xellie Parker of Richmond may
not be a political boss, but she baa
longer and a stronger "pull" with Pres
ident Cleveland than most of the "lead
ers" of the Democratic party. Miss Par
ker deserves to have much influence at
Washington or anywhere else, for that
matter for she is one of the distin
guished beauties of the south, and that
is saying a great deal. The story of the
great favor she is held in by the admin
istration is interesting. Some months
ago the president visited Atlanta, and
Miss Parker took advantage of his pres
ence there to call upon him. He was
JtlSS XELtrE PARKER.
immensely delighted with the young la
?, and gavo her, as n souvenir of the oc
casion, a brand now cent piece. This he
told her to guard carefullv, and when
she wanted entrco to the White House to
eIiow this cent piece to the guards, and
Jliat fIio would be mlruitted readily aud
without question. Miss Parker treasnred
her cent piece with great care. Not long
ago t.he was in Wa-sliingtoii, aud she
thought she would try the talismanic ef
fect of Mr. Cleveland s coin present.
She did, aud, mirablo dictu ! its glisten
ing red color acted as an open sesame.
aud Miss Parker was promptly ushered
into tho presidential presence. Miss
Parker is one of tho belles of Richmond,
and is noted throughout tho south for
her charm of person. She is the daugh
tsr of Dr. W. W. Parker, a well kuown
medical man of Virginia's capital.
Combinatlona of Women.
We do not know how any one can
speak about women as Tho North Amer
ican Review speaks in the words fol
lowing : '
"It 13 doubtful if women nndcr any
circumstances can combine at alL Cer
tnin qualities are necessary for conibi
nation, and these qualities are repre
sented in women by their opposites."
Surely it is folly to propagate a theory
of this kind as against the experiences
that are everywhere made manifest in
lifo. The combination of women is one
of the most remarkable features of tbe
history of the times. Hundreds of
thousands of them are combined in the
Women's Christian Temperance onion
and in the Young Women's Christian
association. There are tens of thousands
of them organized in woman suffrage
societies. There are scientific, artistic,
legal, literary, social, musical and re
form organisations of women. There are
trades unions of women.
An entire column, or more yet, of our
paper would be taken np with a list of
tho definitely constituted combinations
of women that exist in this city alone.
Possibly there may bo over a million
members of women's socioties in the
United States. And yet tho writer in
Tho North American Review says that
"it is doubtfnl if women under any cir
cumstances can combine at alL Why,
dear sir, you aro all wrong, as you
ought to know by this time.
The theory of The North American
-Review's theorist is that women do not
possess certain qualities which are need
ed for combination. Of course it is i
man theorist, and a poorly informed
one, too, who propounds this amazing
error. Ho cannot be an investigator.
Ho has failed to get at the phenomena
which form tha best foundation for
solid and enduring theories. Let him
pursue knowledge hereafter nnder the
direction of Mrs. Stanton, Miss Anthony
and their associates.
We will speak here of yet another
thing, and it is that the women's com
binatiocs seem to get along better than
the men's. We hardly ever hear of a
quarrel in any cf them ; we never hear
of an outbreak. Now, then, make a
comparison between them aud lots of
men's combinations, where there are
often wranglings and squabbles, or even
sometimes brciis, brawls, warwhoops
and other painful manifestations. It
would seem, indeed, that the gentle sex
are better fitted for combination than
their bellicoso brethren. They possess
certain qualities unlike those of man
people, and of which man people are
sadly destitute. New York Sun.
Tho universal popularity cf Mrs.
Cleveland is due in no email degree to
her graceful concentrated attention to
wheresoever she is speaking. Her look
is direct and hospitable. She exchanges
greetings with the one who addresses
her, and for a moment that guest seems
tbe only cue who fills ber mind. I be
lieve Mrs. Cleveland does this snbcou
scion ily, for a certain sincere, honest
qual'-.y m ber temperament and char
cter :s apparent in her naturalness and
anoint a avoidance of pretense and affec-1
tatious. Then, too, although firm, she
desires to hurt co one's feelings.
Many a hostess bids two or three
goodbys at onco, "spattering" words in
all directions, exclaiming, "So glad
yon've come," etc, and casting flighty
glances hither and thither. Of course
she has no magnetism. Her words are
scarcely convincing, and her hospitable
glances are not sufficiently concentrated
to be reassuring. This suggests another
social pitfall, however. The affected
woman, knowing this manner is proper
and winning, assumes it.
She cheats a few, but not any one
who is worth deceiving. Returning to
the fact of the Litest discovery of sci
ence, there is a spiritual "cathode ray"
that beams from the son! of the honest
student of life, whose heart is pure and
kind, whose brain is keen and alert.
whose baud is active and quick, that
mirrors the deceits and follies of pre
tenders lust as clearly as the electric ray
does coins in purses. Emerson meant
this long ago when in "Social Aims"
be wrote: "Don't say things. What yon
are stands over yon the while and thun
ders so I cannot hear what you Bay to
the contrary. tscnange.
Girls In Cuba.
A Cuban girl's life is very restricted.
and she is never allowed to go out alone
or receive callers of the other ses, ex
cept in the presence of her chaperon or
some member of her family. If during
her childhood she attends a day school,
a maid or some family servant takes
her there every day, and she cannot go
as short a distance as across tbe street
In somo instances Spanish customs
are absurd and incongruous. Every well
fitted establishment in Cuba is provided
with a concierge, to guard the entrance
and admit callers. This man, usually
an ignorant peasant, sometimes escorts
the young ladies of the family he is
serving, and that is considered perfectly
proper, whereas it would not be proper
for them to go out attended by a geutle
man, even if ho were old enough to be
their father, and an old friend of the
family as well.
Of late years, however, the frequent
intercourse between Cuba and the Unit
ed Stated has somewhat modified the
customs. For instance, two ladies can
now go out alone in Havana in tho day
time, which would have been considered
an unheard of aud almost chocking pro
ceeding a few years ago.
The social pastimes a girl enjoys in
Cuba consist of balls, parties, concerts,
receptions, the theater and opera and
picnics, for Cubans have adopted this
American diversion, although m a mod
ified form, to suit tho requirements of
The obstacles in the way of a woman
fitting herself for self support were re
cently illustrated by the case of a young
girl who wished to go to college. She
and her twin brother had been brought
up by an aunt in strained circumstances,
and the only way to obtain a college
education seemed to be to borrow
money. Both had inherited exceptional
intellects and both desired to enter pro
fessions. It would have taken years to
earn the money for a college course,
though with the help of the higher
education the sum borrowed could in
all probability be soon paid. Of tho two
tbe girl had the more brilliant mind,
yet her hrother had no trouble in bor
rowing tho required sum, whilo to her
surprise and chagrin nobody would lend
her a cent.
Tho friends to whom she applied either
took tho ground that a college education
was for a girl in her position as unwar
ranted a luxury as diamonds or a maid,
or they said in effect: "Yon are too
charming a girl not to marry, and yon
will never need a college degree. It
might even delay the happy event, and
we could not have that on onr con
"But," demurely urged the girl.
suppose I should prepare to marry by
carefully preserving my present attract
ive ignorance, and then suppose
shouldn't be married after all?" She
succeeded at last in finding the help she
needed, but it took ber six months to do
what her brother had done in a day.
Women Police Matrons.
One of the stock arguments against
equal suffrage has been that if women
vote some women must hold office.
But it is becoming more and more evi
dent that the good of the community
requires some women to hold office. The
Baltimore Sun, the conservative month
piece of a highly conservative city, says
"Mayor Hooper's suggestion that
there should 1 a woman on the board
of visitors to the almshouse aud one on
the jail board is excellent and should
be carried out. Both institutions would
be improved by having a woman among
tbose authorized to scrutinize their man
agement and to look after the moral and
physical condition and treatment of the
female inmates. Matrons at the police
stations were regarded as a doubtful m
novation when first su2cested, but the
wisdom and humanity of the policy were
speedily demonstrated. Whether worn
an's realm properly extends to political
affairs is a question still very much in
dispute. But there can be no question
that it is not bounded by the confines of
the household, and that she is not only
a valuable but a necessary auxiliary in
public work such as that proposed by the
mayor. There is not only room but an
imperative demand for her in this field
and the sooner she is generally employ
ea in it tbe better it will be lor emu
ration and the world."
The Civic club of Philadelphia has
lately received a sharp lesson in the
difficulty of getting women elected even
to positions where they are urgently
needed for the public good so long as
women have no votes. In December the
club addressed a letter to prominent
members of tbe Republican and Demo-
cratio partiss in 15 wards of tbe city,
'It is the conviction' of the Civic
club of. Philadelphia that the interests
of the children in the public schools
would be subserved if a larger number
of capable women were placed upon the
sectional school boards. We therefore
petition your honorable body to place
such women in nomination upon the
regular school ticket, and for your own
convenience we append the names of
soma women of undoubted ability who
have kindly consented to serve if elected
by the people. "
The names of 27 such women were
BttgMted by the Civio club, but al
though tbe movement was warmly sup
ported by the friends of education and
by the best papers of the city, no wom
an was indorsed by the Democrats in
any ward, and only one by the Repub
licans Dr. Clara Marshall in -the
Eighth ward. This object lesson onght
to increase the membership of the Phil-
delphia Woman Suffrage association.
Stand by the National Organiser.
Mrs. Carrie Chapman-Catt, chairman
of the organization committee of the
National American Woman Suffrage as
sociation, has telegraphed her refusal to
go to assist, for two months, in the
splendid campaign now being made in
California, where her voice is much de
sired. She was offored 200 per mouth
and expenses, was promised a royal good
time and strongly nrged. She wanted to
go, but she relinquished it all to plod at
the office of the chairman of the organi
zation committee, performing that bard,
irksome work with its heavy responsi
bilities, its penalty of blame and its
wearing anxieties. For her service there
is no salary.
She does all this because she feels
that the strengthening of the association
and the extension of its work depend
upon just such labor as she is doing.
Our people do not know fully the
service rendered and the sacrifices made
by Mrs. Catt Let them consider them,
and show their appreciation by coming
to her aid in every possible way, es
pecially in the matter of raising funds
to carry on her work. Woman's Jour
Broke the Record.
By virtue of the Ton-ens land transfer
system, the vote of the sovereign people
of Chicago and an accommodating money
lender, Mrs. K. E. Hobbs was enabled
to break the record for a rapid transao
tion in borrowing money. Two weeks
ago, through her attorney she filed her
application for a certificate of land title
under the new system. Thursday after
noon she received her title at 2 o'clock,
and a few moments after 3 her attorney
returned with a representative of C. T.
Reynolds & Son, who had a trust deed
on the property recorded as security for
an $8,000 loan. Under the old system
she could not have obtained the money
under two weeks, and the cost probably
would have been doubled Tho transac
tion is the fastest on record aud entitles
Mrs. Hobbs to the championship for
rapid borrowing on real estate. Chica
But the Women Got In.
The latest university to open its doors
to women is the University of Athens.
Five women were enrolled for the cur
rent term, yet not without violent ob
jection from some of the students. It
was with difficulty, according to The
Academische Revue, that the authorities
could restore order. Tho question divided
the students into hostile parties, and
two students wont from words to blows.
until finally one shot the other with a
revolver at the entrance to tho chemical
lecture room. The New York Nation
savs, "Strange conjunction of the bar
barism of the east and of the west at a
toinple of science in Athens 1"
More's the Pity.
Miss Kate Shelly of Moingona, la.,
who trudged through a raging blizzard
at midnight several years ago, and by
signaling to a crowded express train on
the Chicago aud Northwestern railroad
saved it from plunging through a wreck
ed bridge, recently applied to the Iowa
legislature for employment in the state
honso as a menial. She is destitute and
has to support her aged mother and an
Proper and Helpful.
An effort is being made to have a jail
matron appointed in Indianapolis. The
Eastern Star of that city says: "It is
certainly clear to every woman who
thinks that the proper and helpful
thing is to have a woman within tho
palo of womanly influence, when she
needs the protection or correction of the
Miss Anthony on Matrimony.
Snsan B. Anthony says that it is all
right for a woman to pop the question
to a man she loves, whether it is leap
year or not. Now that woman has be
come a breadwinner she is no longer in
a position to wait for proposals. She
can take care of herself and her hus
band, too, if necessary.
The supreme court of Ohio, in the
case of Bird t . Mills versns the board
elections, decided on Feb. 8 that the
statute giving women the right to vote
at school elections is valid and constitu
The house of tbe custodian of the
Mary Washington monument has recent
ly been completed, and a fund of $3,000
invested as a permanent sum for keep
ing tbe monument and grounds in order.
Before long an institute of female
physicians is to bo opened in St. Peters
burg. The privileges given to women
who have obtained the degree cf doctor
of medicine are to be greatly widened.
After an existence of 15 years tbe
Woman's Exchange of Albany has been
obliged to suspend business on account
of lack of patronage.
A collecting agency in New York is
run by women exclusively. .
Is often caused by a bad Liver. How Is your Liver ?
Are your Kidneys all right? Does your sleep
rest you ? : Does your back ache? Are you
weak and thin? Are you dull' and bilious?
Marvelous success has attended the use of
Dr. J., H. : McLean's
Liver AfiB Kidney Balm;
All who use it say it is the "PEERLESS REMEDY" for curing
ailments of the Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, Female troubles, Rheaa
tiskai and Bright's Disease
For sale everywhere at $I.OO per bottle.
THE Dr. J. H. tlclEAN MEDICINE CO., - - St. Icais, Ko.'
Wben VAN CAMP'S
You're BOSTON B
Late at rH,
and there's I
a can of
rive Par Cent Interest Paid on Deposits:
Money Loaned oa Personal Collateral or Real Estate Beonrlty.
J M BrroBD. Fratidsnt, ,
Jon CRintAuaa, Vice President.
t UasniawALT, Csahier,
Began business July 9, 18M, and oeeopr tbe
,B. cos. MilebaU Lynde'e new balMing.
All kinds of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
CormeHy Ac Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
B second nwr, orsr .IDtohsIl ft Lynde'i
sak. Mousy to loin.
Jackson & Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
OSse la Book bland Hatteaal Bank banding.
Sweeney ek Walker,
Attorneys and Coancellors at Law
OOee la Benrstoc's Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
aaSarsl bnslnese of all kinds svonratlr i
o, oaOe-a Attorney of Bock Island county
alee, rnatoftss Block.
McEnlry Ac McEnlry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on rood seciu'.ty; bum eoUse
loas. Baferanoe, MltoheU ab Linae, bankers,
nVM. PoettXBce Bloofc.
Drack it Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
Roost 31, Kitchen Lynda bolldlEs;. Second
ueo. p. Btaodtiaiar,
Flaw sad BDneTrotendenea for all class of
hnildiBgs. Booms M and 66, atltcfeeU s Lynda
buUlln. Take elevator.
Dr John E Hawthorne,
- DENTIST, DENTIST.
Hew Dental Parlors, over Harts a XJUeaveyer a
Drag store. Third arcane and TassiUetk street.
The latest appotntnvrats for skilled dental work.
Henry Gaetje, Prop.,
Cat Flowers and Designs of all
City store, 117 Second arenas. Telephone 1610.
Dr. W. H Ludewlg.
Specialist of Eye, Ear, Nose
Office in Trrmam's new ta'IdlnaT. earner Ber
eaieenth street snd Third nveaae. Bonk Is land.
aeiepnone no. luas.
Dr. Cha. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Ofice, Whrttaksa- Block, sosthwoat conn
AM and Brady HiosU. Psssnpert, Iowa
a. o. oosxhxt. a. d. ooavauT.
Hand . saejas(saUa,aV,ttotp.m
in the boose
you're sore of a
Delicious hot or
moist, frcsa and
ready to be eaten.
At all grocers,
toe, 15c and 20c
Send 6c is staoips
ana e in asaa you
a taopls can.
Incorporated Under tha
B P Balk
t at Batata.
Jaoxsob Boss. Solicitors,
lobbins done en short notice
and satlstacttoo snsrsntsea
Desires to list property for sale,
and will look after and person
ally supervise renting, etc, for
Loans a Specialty
Represents a reliable line of
hlgn class insurance companies.
Room 2, Buford Block.
Seventeenth St. and Second Arena
Hucsina 2 BooSl
Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Bochester German las Oo Rochester, H T
...Buflalo, H Y
.. Hancheeteril H
.. .Milwaukee, Wis
..Haw Baraa, Conn
Batlalo German "
8prinff Gordon - M
German Fire M
Mew UantDehlrs "
Mllwaakee Mschan'ca M
Offioe Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . e .
The eld fjm sad Tlaac-trlad Ossaiwaiea
Lezz.1 FroaptlT F&1&.
low as any reliable aempaa can
Tear ?atronace Is eellrttod.
The only safe, sore and
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