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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 189!).
Wk await the verdict.
TilK civilized world is watching and
waiting to hear from Nebraska. It is
no wondor if our oars burn.
Whatever the result of today's
election, the campaign next full will
bo a hummer. The atato will bo
spoken from conter to cii-cumforonco
Ohio is another stalo toward which
tho eyos of the world are turned
While tho fusionlsts entertain slight
hopes of victory, tho republicans
claim tho stato by at least 4",000.
The Wook's Review says, in part:
"If every voter of the state of Ne
braska votes his convictions on tho
7th day of November, the returns will
stand as follows:
Judge Reese K9.7:r
Judge Holcomb Ouo.000
"Even .ludge Holcomb will vote for
Judge Reese if he votes his convic
Congressman - elect Amos T,
Allen will be known all over this
country on account of his being
Thomas B. Reed's successor. He
won't have to make a great speech,
havo a fight or anything else in order
that the people may know who he is
or from whence he has come. His
majority was nearly as large as that
of bis predecessor.
D. Clem Deaver, populist leador,
has como out a strong expanlonist.
He says: "Imperialism is n straw
man, set up by the democratic poli
ticiansthe men who are trying to
make politics out of tho war, out of
duty to country. Jt was the duty of
President McKinley to do just what
he has d6ne ; tho half-baked would
have opposed any doctrine he might
When an individual or party got9
out circulars or dodgers purporting: to
be what some one has said or done, or
to inform the "dear people' of some
great truth or falsohood ju9t discov
ered, you may know the "jig is about
up" with that particular individual or
party. This circular business may bo
all rignt for the urinter, but it usually
proves a boomerang that will defoat
the candidate that resorts to such
The events of the past fortnight in
South Africa have spoiled the criti
cisms of the democratic faultfinders in
regard to the conduct of the war by
the McKiuley administration. British
losses in Africa in this fortnight have
been as great as the American losses
in Cuba and tho Philipbines in an en
tire year of iighing, and utterly des
troy the opportunity for complaint
which democratic scolds were utilizing
for temporary political effect.
Without question this has been
the cleanest campaign ever waged in
Cass county. The new law prohibit
ing treating: and the wholesale ex
penditure of money has had a wonder
fully salutary influence, and the can
didates on both tickets ware, as a
whole, men of character and ability.
They did not stoop to the practices
ordinarily used in a campaign.
Whethor they assume the duties of a
public official or remain in or retire
to private life, their manhood is still
left, which should mean a thousand
times more than position.
INFORMATION AND OPINION.
Trades unions at Montgomery, Ala.,
refuse to participate in an industrial
parade because the committee in
charge refused to give the negro
unions a place in the line.
Melbourne, Australia, recently ex
perienced the first fail of snow in its
history. It came late in the Austra-
ian winter and was heavy enough for
tho children to make snowballs.
Admiral Dowev has recalled his ac
ceptance of the invitation to visit
Philadelphia as the guest of the
municipality, his physician having ad-
ised him to cancel all such engage
Five battleship?, one cruiser, one
cadet training ship and twonty-five
torpedo boats and torpedo-boat des
troyers will comprise the new con
struction completed and ad Jed to tho
navy within the next year.
Seattle Has a Totrm Pole.
Seattle's public square is to be the
abiding place of a veritable Alaskan
"totem pole" one of those strangely
carved symbols of barbarism and su
perstition which generally grace the
front of Indian habitations in southern
Alaska. On a recent excursion from
Seattle a deserted Russian village was
visited and the giant "totem," fifty
feet in height and elaborately carved,
was felled to the ground, transported
to the steamer and brought to Seattle,
where it will be placed on a pedestal
in Pioneer square. Detroit Free Press.
A. W. At wood sells glass.
CAMPAIGN IN EARNEST.
Mo finciit Hog-un on Aniiiultlo'.s
Filipino Must Kind a New Capital, as
Present Headquarters Will Soon He
Unt0ualle-.Jeiieral Wheaton Leaves
on Most Important Kxpedltlon of the
Manila, Nov. 5.-9 p. ra. This
evening a fleet of transports and gun
boats left Manila for the most import
ant expedition of the autumn cam
paign. Its destination is supposed to
be Dagupan or pome other northern
port. General Wheaton commands,
with a brigade consisting of tho Thir
teenth infantry, tho Thirty-thlru in
fantry, two eruns of tho Sixth artillery
and two Catlings. The transports
Sheridan, Francisco do Reyes and
Aztec carry tho troops, with tho gun
boat Helena os ofcort. A dispatch
boat was sent ahoad to arrange a ren
dezvous with tho United Statos
cruiser Charleston and tho other war
ships that arc patrolling the north
coast of Luzon.
Tho landing will bo mado undor
cover of tho euas of tho Hoot. It is as
sumed hero that tho purpnBo of tho
expodilion is to move down tho Dagu-pan-Manila
railroad toward Tar lac or
to provent Aguinaldo's forces making
another base farther north.
Strongholds of Insurgents.
Dagupan and Apparri are the
strongholds of the insurgents in tho
north, and it is supposed the points
where most of tho filibustering parties
Since tho beginning of the hostili
ties it has been tho unanimous opinion
of military experts here that Dagupan
should bo made a base of operations,
but sufficient troops have heretofore
been lacking. With Generals Whea
ton, MacArthur and Law ton moving
upon Tarlac from tho three directions,
and the mountains homing in the
other side, the insurgent opital will
soon become untenable.
Aguinaldo may attempt to shift his
headquarters to the rich tobacco coun
try at the northern end of the island.
Probably ho may slide around General
Lawion'a front to the southern pro
vinces, but, as MacArthur's aud Law
ton's troops aro spread across tho
country from Angeles to Cabanatuan
it will be difficult for tho insurgents to
escape. Should tho concerted opera
tions succeod, organized in?urroction,
on a large scale, should bo at an end
early next spring, although guerilla
warfare is likely to continue for a long
time. No one anticipates that tho in
surgents will make many hard battles.
The problem is to move the troops
about tho country to maintain trans
portation and to hold tho territory
gained. Tho moral effect of the ar
rival of a large American army is cal
culated upon to sap Aguinaldo's
strength by desertions and through
the loss of hope among the supporters
or the revolutionary movement.
Many Insurgents Killed.
Nov. G. 10:lo a. m. Two columns
of General MacArthur's division yes
terday took Magalang, about six miles
northeast of Angeles. Colonel Smith,
with two battalions of tho Seventeenth
infantry, two guns of the First artil
lery and a body of engineers advanced
from Angoles. Major O'llrien with a
battalion of the Seventeenth and two
troops of tho Fourth cavalry, moved
Colonel Smith killed eleven insur
gents, wounded 12S and captured fifty,
as well as taking a lot of insurgent
Major O'Brien killed forty-nine in
sureent?, wounded many and took
The Americans had eleven men
Missouri Miners Open Fire.
Macon, Mo., Nov. 5. In spite of
the vigilance of Superintendent Vail,
a body of negroes got cut of the stock
ade at mine No. CI this morning and
again started toward town. On arriv
ing at mine No. 7 they stationed them
selves in a railroad cut and began fir
ing Into houses over the hill. David
Gamble's residence was riddled with
buliets and the family had to lay flat
on the floor to escape the fusillade.
O. L. Trollard's house was also at
tacked in similar manner and several
others had to evacuate their homes.
Sheriff Clenn came home last night
and the negroes took advantage of his
abseuce to resume their outrages. He
returned to Bevier today and imme
diately went to mine No. Gl and will
endeavor to locate the guilty parties
and arrest them.
This second uprising has thoroughly
aroused the people of Bevier and they
are determined it shall be the last.
Several parties came to Macon today
ia quest of rifles and ammunition and
a request was made to Prof. Clenden
nin for the guns of the military acad
emy, but they had no cartridges for
them. A show of force is necessary
before the negroes will consent to bo
disarmed and peace is not expected
until this is accomplished. I here is
no lack of volunteers to assist the
sheriff, and wholesale arrests aro
looked for tonight.
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Bridegroom Sent Away.
A Polynesian bridegroom is conspic
uous by his absence during the wed
ding festivities. As soon as negotia
tions are opened with the family of the
bride, the young man is "sent into
the bush," and there he is obliged to
etay until the wedding ceremonies are
Soldier Hue Kor Ilounty.
CHICAGO, Nov, 5. Moro than 300
former members of tho Sacond and
Third Mississippi volunteers, who en
listed from Chicago, held a meoting
today In the Unity building. A law
firm of this city claims to have dis
covered an old statute of Mississippi
which grants a boutity of $00 to every
soldier who recruits in its regiments
and who ia not a rosldent of the state.
Accordingly tho volunteers; have or
ganized for the purpose of instituting
proceedings against the state for the
payment of tho money alleged to bo
duo them. It is said that 700 Chi-
cagoans volunteered to fill up Missis
sippi s quota, and were in service
from July, 1898, to April, 1809. Col
onel J. F. Powers, secretary of the
state of Mississippi, has declared in a
letter to tho attorneys who aro hand
ling the case that the claims aro un
founded and will not bo paid. As eoon
as the nocossarj' papers can bo pre
pared, a formal demand wilt bo made
and if that Is not granted, suit will b
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Could not express the rapture of
Annie E. Springer, of 112o Howard st.
Philadelphia, Pa., when she found
that Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption had complotely cured
her of a hacking cough that for many
years had made life u burden. All
othor remodies and doctors could give
her no help, but she Bays of this Boyal
Cure "it soon removed the pain in my
chest and I can now sloep soundly,
something I can scarcely remember
doiog before. I feel like sounding its
praises throughout the universe." So
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Hum President In Erllgy.
Wheelino, W. Va., Nov. 5. A
special from Ruckhannon, W. Va.,
says: Martin William, a student at
the Conference seminary here, in
company with other students, last
night burned tho president in effigy
Seminary special police hastened to
the scene, when the boj'S ran and to
stop them several shots were fired
Williams fell and must have lain un
conscious for an hour or more. He
mado his way to his room later and
fell unconscious to tho floor. It was
found that a builet had entered his
head below the left ej'e, pieroing the
brain. Williams is in a dangerous
condition. No arrests have been
Infant mortality is something fright
ful. Nearly one-quarter die before
they roach ono year, ono-third beforo
they are live, and one-half before they
are fifteen! The timely use of White's
Cream Vermifuge would savo a mnjor-
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MOTOR MAN'S LUNG.
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The newest disease on the tapis Is
motorman's lung, which does not con
fine itself to motormen exclusively,
says the Philadelphia Record. All
those girls who are so fond of sitting
on the front benches of trolley cars,
where the wind blows like a torrent
through their hair, are in danger of
catching the disease. It is defined as
a weakening, or degeneration, of the
lung tissues. Breathing is so easy on
a rushing trolley, the wind is so strong,
and pure and cool, that the lung mus
cles have practically no work to do,
and at once, like all unused things,
they shrink. Nothing is more pitiable
to see than a crowd of motormen sit
ting about the car stables, trying to
breathe while stationary. There is bo
little air then that their flaccid lung
tissues have a hard time of it, and the
men pant, their tongues hang out, and
a look of patient suffering is in their
eyes. On cool, windy days these symp
toms are less evident, but on very
warm days are so exaggerated as to
suggest the presence of asthma. In the
treatment of motorman's lung drugs
are of no value. Lung exercise is the
only remedy, and the patient is advised
to breathe as little and lightly as pos
sible while on the trolley platform, and
as much and as deeply as he can at
other times. The disease takes a mild
er form in the passenger's .case, and
an abstinence from trolley rides will
cure it in a week; but the motorman
can never be promised an absolute
"I wouldn't be without DeWitt's
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As Thanksgiving draw9 near, it
must be rembered that the true spirit
of tho day is expressed in the name it
self and our actions should be so influ
enced that our revelings and feastingB
should not be without limit; yet, so
many things are suggested in "The
Thanksgiving Dinner" and among the
menus in the November issue of Table
Talk, that one is almost at a loss to
choose. The subject of "Bread" is
also largely and excellently treated,
the m ist simple and exact directions
for Its making being givon. Table
Talk is jut what everv wrram wants
everv dav. It toBcnes exnausiiveiy tne
art of good cooking, of wise and econo
mical living. Our rentiers can obtain
a freo sample copy of this magazine by
sending their name and address to the
Table Taik Publishing Company,
A rather incredible ignorance is at
tributed to the natives of Damai aland.
It is said that when the police au
thorities ordered the registration of all
rifles in possession of natives Lieut.
Eggers, of the police, prevented an up
rising by telling them the guns were
simply to be vaccinated, a word the
natives were familiar with through J
the efficacy of vaccination in the great
THE November Century is full of
good things. Perhaps the begin
ning of .John Morley'n "Ifo of Oliver
Cromwell," ono of tho foutnrcs prom
ised for tho coming season, will provo
tho attraction of this number. Mr.
Morley is seldom unfair in hi state
ments, though ho may be occasionally
rather unsympathetic, and the sub
stance of bis writings is such aa to im
ply much reading and active thought.
In the introductory we catch the
keynote of the author's attitude toward
that "bold figure that put a king to
death and flung parliaments out of
doors at will."
He writes: "It is hard to deny that
wherever force w.s useless Cromwell
failed.or that his example would often
lead in what modern opinion firmly
judges to be false directions, or that it
is in Milton and Bunyan rather than
in Cromwell that we seek what was
deepest, loftiest and most abiding in
Puritanism; we look to its apostles
rather than its soldier. Yet Oliver's
largeness of aim; his freedom of spirit
and that energy that comes of a free
spirit; the presence of a burning light
in his mind, though the light to our
later times may havo grown dim; h's
good faith, his valor, his constancy,
havo t. tamped his name, in spite of
somo exasperated acts that it is pure
sophistry to justify, upon tho imagina
tion of men over all the vast area of
tho civilized world where the English
Mark Twain, the one and only Mark,
has an article also in this magazine
describing his first appearance in I860
"as a literary person."
"I propared ray contribution and
then looked around for the beet mag
azine to go up to glory in. I selected
the most important one in New York.
The contribution was accepted. I
signed it 'Mark Twain,' for that name
had some currency on the Pacific
coast, and it was my idea to spread it
all over the world, now at this ono
"Tho article appeared in the Dacem
bor number- for that one would con
tain the year's lift of contributors, my
name would bo in it, and I should be
famous and could give tho banquet 1
"I did not givo the banquet. I had
not written tho 'Mark Twain' dis
tinctly; it was a fresh name to eastern
printers, aud thoy put it 'Mike Swain'
or 'Mac Swain' I do not remember
which. At any rate I was not cele
brated, and I did not give the barqueL
I wo9 a literary person but thai was
all a buried one; buriod alive."
But if one gleans from the Century
field he is pretty sure to be enticed
into an adjoining field, the Harper's
Here we find a most interesting article
written by Mr. Charles M. Pepper on
"Cuba la Suspension." 11 one roads
this article thoy arc pretty sure to
muke a note of the fact that this man
is about to publish a book entitled
"Tomorrow In Cuba."
Lolia Herbert's articlo gives us a
glimpse of Washington's homes and
households. She haB the following
little nnecdote which wo do not re
member to have seen before:
"When General St. Clair, sent out
against the Indians in the west, had
allowed the American army to fall
victim to the identical stratagem
an ambuBh against which Washing
ton had earnestly, insistently and re
peatedly forewarned him his rage was
ungovernable. Poor Mr. Lear, only
witness to the violent outbreak, was
terrified into silence as Washington,
alternately pacing the floor and seat
ing himself on the sofa, gave vent to a
torrent of abuse and frightful accusa
tion of St Clair. After a time Wash
ington recollected and collected him
self afhamed. 'This must not go be
yond this room' he said. 'It is hard
to keep a great man's secrets.'"
In the Nineteenth Cantury for Oc
tober the authoress, Mrs. Humphry
Ward, has a paper or letter which is
attracting not a little notice, and in
some instances severe criticism. In
this article Mrs. Ward eays: "To be a
Christian" ia what?
"To be a Christian is to adopt at
once Christ's dpctrine of God and his
view of the kind and nature of that
life which leads us to and reconciles
us with God. It is also to feel Christ
himself as a reconciler and revealer,
and the influence of his life, histor
ically working in us as a boiling and
impelling force. It is to stand for
Christ against the selfish aud material
elements of the world. It is to be
tenderly and humbly eager to obey
the few and simple directions that he
aid down as to the outward rites of his
society, or ecciesic to bring our chil
children to baptism unto G d, in the
name of the Lord Jesus to partake of
His memorial feast as tho symbol and
food of our Mystical union with Him,
with the brethren and with God. It
s so to live this life in his love and
service, and in the faith which flows
from his heart into ours, and when
death comes our dearest hope may be
within the general tremulous, yot
inextinguishable hope of humanity
that beyond the darkness and storm
of the great change we shall in some
way, inconceivable to human imagina
tion, find our Master and yield our
humble account to him, and know Him
at last more truly even than Mary or
Peter or John knew Him on earth, in
tho presence and the light of God."
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A startling incident, of which Mr.
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Automobiles In War.
The German military authorities es
timate that by the use of automobile
baggage-wagons, ambulances, and so
jortn, me mommy or an army ia a
country of good roads can be vastly in
creased. In England, recently, a
"motor scout" was exhibited. It is a
petroleum automobile wagon carrying;
a Maxim rapid-fire gun. A variation
of this type of war car carries two
Maxim guns In revolving turrets, and
an electric searchlight. It iij also
plated with armor, and driven by a six
teen horse-power engine.
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Women Are Plrcmmi 1' -'.
In the little town of Nass , r S". .!
en, the firemen happen to U wu:.- ..
however paradoxical that soim-is. i :
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enormous tubs constitute tiu- ' a
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Cash Prizes for Photograph.
For the six best photographs of
farm scenes along Its line in Nebraska
and Kansas,the Burlington route offers
six cash prizes one of $20, one of HO
and four of $5 each. Photographs of
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feed-lots, poultry, cattle, barns and
creameries aro particularly desired.
No limitations as to size or finish aro
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A peculiar way of committing sul
cide is said to be practiced by the
African tribes who dwell near Lake
Nyassa. When a despondent tribes
man tires of life he wades into the
lake and patiently waits until an alli
gator approaches and kills him.
A Soafl Bace.
A snail's pace was carefully ob
served In Florence, Italy. Several of
the mollusks were placed between two
points ten feet apart and started. It
was ascertained that the fastest snail
In the race traveled at the rate of a
mile in fourteen dtrs.
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About Wall Planter. j
"You don't know what kind of pla;- 1
ter they ought to use in a room to ,
keep it warm?" said Wallis. "No l !
don't Wallis," returned his m:: . . '
"What kind?" "Mustard plirs-c; '!
roared Wallis. Harper's Baz?r. i
"So Placehunter expects a s!ntcu:i
does he?" "Yes; he thinks he';i : o
appointed Government Weather Pres
et for Cuba. He Intends to prcd:-t
several months of heat and rain a:i 1
go off on a vacation." Puck.
There is a Class of People
Who are injured by the u f flVe?.
Recently there has bean plac d in w".
the grocery stores a new preparation
called Grain-O, made of pure grain-,
that takes the place of coffee. Thf
most delicate etomacri receives it ith
out distress, and but f -w can tell it
from coffee. It does not cost over one
fourth a9 much. Children may d ink
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h n made at Pnn. in Buckingham
Kh! re. A faculty applied for by the
vi.ar and church-wardens of the pur
1h fur the removal of a dilapidated,
l.ijdi-baekcd pew in the hlatorlc
(l)iii(h has been granted, and tae pewr
l as just bean taken down. The floor
upon which it stood was found to b
a fulie one, resting on the original
floor, which had perished to such an
U-iit us to bo a source of danger.
Tii" decayed material having been
ci.aud away, the coffin of William
1 i.'i. who wus buried here in 1C38.
-discovered lying within four
in'li'.i of tho Mirface. It was of oak,
1.1 o ! with ago and perfectly sound.
'J ho colli a wai carefully covered and
': !-d, und tho floor whs lelald and
r HMTtcd round.
(.. -orgM Nobind, Ilockland. O., aay,
"My wif.) had piln forty years. D
V ill's Witch Hazol Salve cured her.
It i- ili t oBt bh'VO in America." It
hciN v"rything- and euros all skin
di-o-? -. F G Frieko Si Co.
Oh, the Pain of
u in at ism often causes tho moat in
: HiiVring. Many have for yeari
-oiilit relief from thin disabling
r. and are to-day worse off than
r ..! !
J; hiMiiniitiHiii is a blood disease,
. i! t s Specific is the only cure, he
it. is the only romi-dy which can
sur-li deep-seated disease!.
ycar-i no I wni taken with Inflaaieia
iM UMiiti.-jiii, which tx'came ao Interim
v. for weeks unable to walk. I tried
Kcvoral prominent phyat
clansand took their treat
ment faithfully, but wa
nimble to pet the slight
est relief. In fact, nty con.
llt Ion t-emed to grow
worse, the dlx.-nn ujtrrad
over iny entire body, and
from NoYcmher to March
I sulTored a'toiiy. I tried
iiuiny pntiMit ntenlclrira.
I I. nt. iioi,.' rHIerrd me.
s I on eh it el I p. e of av
- ft lend I d elded to try
J.- .illowliiK me to take It, liuw
i" k: rdiiin. who vra-4 a ch.-aiiwt. aua
i . ;i i. ine.ly. an'l pronounced It free of
' i iir ri'-reury. I felt So niueti l.tl'r (tr
t vo hot ties, that I oontinued th rm
. ! ; i two moiitlid I was cured com nletHy.
I . ns Tif-rinanent, for I here tie? eralrive
i-.iu-ii' of KiieuinitUiii IhoiiKh many
. i .... . , x f .-! to datii and oold weather.
Klcanok M. TirreLf.,
: :: 1 !' .wrlton Avenuu, Philadelphia.
I 'i .-riflVr longer with Rheumatism.
I'hni'.v i.-iiie j our oils and liniment, a
'J if y e,iu not reach your trouble. Don't
ixp l i.iH-nt with doetors their potaah
,:;,! I'lOiY'in-y will add to your diabil
i' V ! completely deatroy your diges
' i 1 1 .
aill cure pprfectly and permanently.
It li guaranteed purely vegetable, and
:onlairn no potash, mercury, or other
nineial. Hooks mailed free by Swift
3pecific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
I. Pearlmau desires to call
attention to the trade that he
lias the largest stock of stoves
and ' furniture ever shown in
Plnttsmouth and that he can-u-t
le undersold l3r any dealer
in the jrcat state of Nebraska.
A made his purchases before
the recent great advance in
prices, and is g"ivin- his cus
tomers the benefit of that fact.
These are facts which you
cannot afford to overlook when
in need of anything in his line.
If you are wise 3-ou will take
a clo-v look through his store
rof ::;:- before buying.
I. PEARLM AN,
Opno-ito the curt house,
LliC.tr-' Eaa-Iith Dlumd Braafl. '
. . - - -
Mail. lO.oaw T-imii!1. Wamt
I -f't-'o-..rtfcemlelC'.,Mi4lM aaaro
r.i:rcka Harness Oil Is the best
preservative of new leather
and the est renovator of old
leather. It olU, soften, black
ens und protects. Us
: - t
on your hpt harnees, your old har
tir . aisd your carriage top, and tbey
w not only look f-tlr but wear
longer, hold everywhere Id can all
a:ees from half pints to Ore callous,
Uad bj STlSiDAEB pit CO.
r j- trt. r.it.bw. Lxoic ut
f ' .V.-J Vrcii.Bt tot nnwtirl XS.tu 1
f Ca'iiJ is Ue4 u' GU mfmUicSF
, JV--!-". M iiH fern, ril-koa. Tsk Vr
" - n o o! h -r. R'ie IMmqwrni il4ttm
I' )f :i rat nn4 t'mffat.iMt.. At Drmcrl. rns4 44b
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