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Correspondence in Regard to the
Bearing Sea Matter.
SaliMinrr'n Keplj- Vajjne and Evasive Tha
United states U lit Stand No More
Trilling Hot Will Protect
11 er Interests.
Wasiiixgtox, March 25. Following
are the main features of the corre-
The Week' Proceedings Condensed For
Convenience or the Reader.
The attendance in the senate was very light
onthelSth. A petition vas presented from the
Philadelphia conference of the Methodist
church against openin? the -world's fair on Sun
day. Several free coinage petitions -were pre
sented and a bill was reported from the agricult
ural committee to establish a uniform standard
of crain. A bill makin? Ies Moines, la . a port
of delivery passed. Several bills of minor im
portance passed and after an executive session
the senaie adjourned until Monday In the
house a resolution was adopted calling fcr in-
s t. t i o t i j ' formation in relation to government dams in
spondence between Lord Salisbury and the npper MSsstes!OTl riTCr Mr. -Williams
the state department on tna Behring i (Mass.) moved to have stricken from the Record
sea dispute: I that portion of the speech of Mr. Walker (Mass.) ,
British Legation, WAsniSGTOjr, March . xh&l had not been delivered by him ana vmca
19. Sir: On receint of your note of the feth , he regarded as unparliamentary. A len;;
int. I ircmt-diatelr teleranhed to Marnui3 of t -wransrle ensued and the matter "ca.s referred.
Salisbury th substance of i contents In ac- I At the evening session private pension bills
Free Coinage Advocates Awaic to
OF THE PRESEXT SITUATION,
curdance with the request trhich you expressed
on tiehaU of the prtMdent, tnd I now have the
honor to Inform you that I have received this
daT a reply from his lordship by telegram to
the following erect:
Lord Salisbury again points out that the in
formation in the posses-sion of her maj-.-sty"s
poveramat does not lead them to believe that
another year's suspension of sealing Is neces
hary to prpvent an undue diminution of the seal
herds. Ills lordhip, however, proceeds to ob
serve that beyond this question it is considered
by your government that they have a ripht
to bo protected from the loss 'which
they may incur from free sealing belli? pe:
TnE senate -was not In session on the 13th
The house passed a bill amending the Arizona
funding act and then took up the resolutions of
respect on the death of Senator Plumb. Eulo
gies Trere delivered by Messrs. Funstoa, Brod
erick. J. D. Taylor, Otis. Davts. Bartine, Cate.
Baker Pot and others and the house adjourned
O.v the Cist a communication was presented
to the senate from the president in regard to
the purcha of the unpublished manuscripts
of President Monroe. Several other commu
nications were also presented. Over half an
hour -was occuiiled in the presentation of
mitted this vear. even if their claim to Bearing 1 memorials on a variety of subjects. Several
.sea be upheld by the arbitrators. He states fcjijc pa-sd and several -were introduced, all of
thct her majesty's government does not dU- J a local nature. Senate bill to amend the stat
pute that after the ratification of the convea- utes so as to prohibit the introduction and sale
tion there vrill be some foundation for this con- j of Intoxicating liquors into the Indian country
tention, but he adds that the prohibition of all j -was taken up, amended and passed. The cal
Fealng as a remedy has this defect, that tho i endar was then taken up and many bills dls
Bntish sealers excluded from Behrinjr sea -wosld posed of. Among the bills passed -was one ap
have an undoubted ground for complaint If the I propriatlag 553.0u0 for a public building at Jop
British claims should be upheld by the arbitra- lin. Ma After an executive session the sen
tors. Moreover there Is no security that the j ate adjourned In the house the com
arbitration will be concluded before the sealing i mittee on printing reported in the matter of
peason of lra Thus an arbitration between i Mr. W!
Ort Britain, the United States and Portugal,
which has already occupiod four years, is still
pending. Serious damage would be caused to
th? industry by a suspension of sealing for a
long period. In view of all the above
considerations it appears to her xnajes
ty"s government that it would be more equitable
to provide that sealing shall continue on the
condition thit the owner of every sealing ves
sel shall give security for satisfying any dam-ac-s
which the arbitrators may adjudge. I
shall be glad to learn that the above suggestion-'
meet with the concurrence of your gov
ernment. I have the honor, etc..
Acting Secretary of s-tate Wharton, in the
course of his reply, '.rhich Is rather lengthy,
Already forty-seven Canadian vessels have
cleared for the sealing grounds as against
thirtv one at th same date last year and are
engaged in following up and destroying the seal
herds. These vessels will, if not stopped and
turned back at the passes, po Into the Behring
sea and mir-ue to tie verr shores of our islands
Uliams (Mass.) printing a speech, unpar
liamentary in its nature, in the Kecord. Tbe
report was made the special order for the next
day. The free wool bill was debated In com
mittee of the whole until adjournment.
IN the senate on the 22d the credential of Sen
ator Walthall, of Mississippi, for his new term
were presented, and Senator Turple made a
personal explanation as to newspaper reports
about his position in regard to Judge Woods.
Tini111 fnr the relief of settlers on Indian
lands was taken up and passed. The Missis
sipDi river appropriation bill was then debated
at length, and finally parsed. It appropriates
Jl5.750.wM. The bill appropriating il.Tfi.sie for
the canal and improvement of the Columbia
river pa-ed- Also the bill for the improvement
of the Dalles and Cclito falls (Oregon).... In
the house, the special order being the Bland
' 6ilver bill, the debate was opened Dy .ir.
i Bland in favor of free coinage who advocated
! th measure at great length, and Mr. Williams
(N". Y vigorously opposed the measure. The
j debate was continued until recess and at the
J evening session.
i Wiiex The senate met on the 23d a petition
the s'.au-hter of the mother eals seeking the wag presented from a citizen of Maryland pray-
inc congress to compensate persons lor cerui:u
slaves emancipated during the war- A message
was received from the president relating to the
correspondence with England about the Behring
sea trouble and the senate went into executive
Region. When the doors were opened the army
appropriation bill was considered until adjourn
ment ...In the house debate was resumed on
the silver WiL Mr Pierce Tcnn.) spoke in
the bin and Mr. Stone a.) spoe
against it, So did Messrs uracil t v is. i. ioui
(MiclU and Fitch Cf. Yi Mr. McKeighan
(Neb. favored free coinage; also Messrs. Bush
nelKWis.) and Livingston cGa.). The debate
continued into the evening session and until ad
journment. IS the senate on the 2Uh Mr. Wolcotfs reso
lution of the day before as to government en
ploves not appointed under civil service rules
was taken up. discussed and agreed to. The
senate then went isto executive session on the
Behring sea matter and after four
I hours the doors were opened and the
' enrii adTouraed....The silver discussion
nokf nes to be delivered of their young.
is crime agains nature.
That in view of this serious contention of this
government his lordship should assume that
another years suspension of such sealing is
not necessarv to prevent an undue diminution of
the -eal herds and should Insist that pending
an arbitration it shall go on precisely as if no
iirbitrauon had been agreed upon, is as sur
prising as it is disappointing. If her majesty s j favor o:
government so little respects the claims anu
contentions of this government as to be un-will-.ng
to forbear for a single season to disre
gard them. thi president cannot
understand why Lord Salisbury
fchould have proposed and agreed to give to
Uxwe claims the dignity and standing which a
reference to a high court of arbitration implies.
From the moment an arbitration was agreed
upon neither party was at. liberty to disregard
the contentions of the other. It must be as
sumed that the sincere purpose of the two gov
erns nts was to promote peace and good will,
hut if Tending the arbitra tion either deuls with
Tbosubiectof itsolelyon thebasLs of its own I rnn.cHi for seven hours in the house
coinage om. At
moved the previous
enced in earnest.
Tirh i incved to lav the till on
noibleto proceed with an arbitration under I the table and a call of the house was ordered.
such conditions. For it must not be forgotten .hich resulted in a tie 145 to 11?. The speaker
cc mention and in utter tusrtgarac. mecuum i on Mr Bland s free
of the other, th's friendly end is not fi 0-ciock Mr. Bland
it?v1 not attained but a new sense of injury and , .inn and the tight comm
injustice is added, even if it should be found
that, if her majesty s government procerus i (Mr crisp) voted against the mor.oa ana it was
during this sealing reason upon the basts of its , los. -jja tEe battle was renewed and after
contention as to the rights of the canauian . nnch aljbustering. led by Mr. Tracey (N..)
sealers so choice is left to this government but , a. jayjjrut the motion to reconsider was lost
to proceed on the basis of its conndent con- . by the " salEe vote and at nearly one
tention that pelagic sealing in the Behring sea j Q.gjj- ;,;r Bland announced that it was im
Is an infr.u-f.on of its jurisdiction and property ' -gie to reach a nnal vote and moved an ad-ngbi-
H lordship will hardly fail to see this. jOUr:iment which was earned. The bill, there-
Kerein. in the opinion of the president, con- f0,ej &oto c:l .vg calendar.
sists the rravitvof the present situation and i
he Is not willing to be found in anv degree re-s-pon:b!e
U r the results that may follow the
insists by either government during this
season upon the extreme rights claimed by it.
In his opinion it would discredit in the eyes of
the world the two ereat government i-wncu
And Will De Every Effort to Have the Sil
ver Bill Considered In such a Manner
as to I'revent Dilatory
Washington-, March 25. The men of
the two sides oa the silver question are
getting- hot and chafed. This is partic
ularly true of the silver men, who con
fidently counted on victory and are in
a rage over their defeat. Absentees,
whether paired or not. are gaining1 a
great deal of uncomplimentary men
tion. Representatives Tim Campbell
and Stahlnecker. Tammany men of
New York citv, were both away and
gained a world of abuse from anti
cilver men whose side could have suc
ceeded if these two gold votes had been
here. Campbell is now here indignant
that his name was taken in vain.
"I was sick," he said. "My system
is full of insomnia."
Stahlnecker, it is said, will be here
Tuesday, when a vote is looked lor.
Doekery, who was to have taken his
world's fair investigating committee to
Chicago yesterday, will not go until
the silver fight is ended. Silver gains
one vote by Doekery s course, as the
committee "stands three for silver and
Senator Teller expects silver to be
defeated, but declines to be inter
viewed. Uland regards the chances of
passing his bill as very shadowy.
If Mr. Catchings, of Mississippi re
turns to Washington in time a special
order may be brought in the house
Monday for the immediate considera
tion of the Bland silver bill and pend
Mr. Bland, during the afternoon,
disclosed his plan by the introduction
of a resolution fixing March 2S as the
date on which the bill for the free
coinage of silver and pending amend
ments shall be taken up and put upon
its passage. Accompanying the reso
lution is a provision giving the speaker
power to refuse to entertain any
dilatory motion. The resolution went
to the committee on rules.
Such an order as this, reported by
the committee on rules and adopted by
the house, would, of course, effectu
ally suppress the filibusters and make
them powerless to prevent the final vote
at the hour designated. As the rules of
the present house are peculiar in con
taining a further provision that a re
port from the committee on rules is in
order at all times and the speaker can
refuse to entertain dilatory motions
during its consideration, the opposition
is equally powerless ti prevent the
adoption of such an order when report
ed by the committee on rules
In view, therefore, of the inevitable
programme, the anti-free coinage men
are preparing to appear before the
committee on rules at the proper time
and insist that if the silver bill is to he
taken from the calendar of unfinished
business to which it has gone and forced
to a final vote the special order shall
contain a provision for the protection
of the minority by providing for a vote
upon the following motions:
First That the bill and substitute
be recommitted with instructions to
report back a bill as a substitute to
provide for an international congress
to consider the matters referred to in
the bill reported by the majority of the
Second If the above is decided in
the negative, that a motion similar to
recommit the whole subject shall be
What a Man In HTde Of.
According to "La Practician," man,
from a chemical point of view, is com
posed of 13 elements, of which 5 are
gases and S solids If we considered
the chemical composition of a man of
the average of 154 pounds we find that
he is largelv composed of oxvgen,
which is in a state of extreme compres
sion; in fact, a man weighing 154
pounds has 97 pounds of compressed
oxygen in his makeup. The volume of
this at an ordinary temperature, if
freed, would exceed 9S0 cubic feet.
Tho weight of hydrogen is only 15
pounds, but were this in a free state,
at a temperature of 7S degrees, it
would occupy a space equal to 2.S00
The other three gases are: Mtrogen,
neariy 4 pounds; chlorine, about 20
ounces; and fiourine, 2K ounces Of
the solids carbon stands at the head of
the metalloids there being about 31
pounds Next comes phosphorus, 20
ounces, and sulphur 3 ounces The
most abundant metal is calium, more
than 3 pounds; next potassium. 2
ounces; common salt, 2 ounces, and
iron, 1 ounce. The various combina
tions which the chemist can form of
these metals and metalloids are almost
innumerable. Philadelphia Press
KANSAS CITY, March 35.
Didn't Mention Her.
Mrs Spiggs I know that woman
was saying something horrid about me.
I could tell by the way she looked at
Mr. Spiggs My dear, you do her an
injustice. She didn't mention you.
Mrs Spiggs What did she say?
Mr. Spiggs She asked if I was near
The auctioneer is tho accommodating
man who comes and gees at one bidding.
11 nis NO
I less. Durable, and tfco consumer jot lor so Um I
I or glass paekase wita every purchase.
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r.-tlXS THIS PAP 13 iwj eta jm a
CATTLE Shirp'-ng steers. .
HOGS Good to choice heavy..
"WHEAT No. 2 red
CORN No. -
OATS No. -
RYE No. 2
FLOCK Patents, per sack....
BCTTER Choice creamery...
CHEESE Full cream
CATTLE Shippi steers....
SHEEP Fair to choice
WHEAT No. -red
CORN Nc. 2
RYE No. 2
CATTLE Shippinr steers
HOGS Packing and shipping. . .
SHEEP Fair to choice.
FLOUR Winter wheat.
WEEAT No.S red
OATS No. -
RYE No. 2
CATTLE Common to prime...
HOGS Good to choice
FLOUK Good to choice
WHEAT Na - red
OATS Wetern mixed
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paltry profits or a sis?le season should
t allowed to thwart or even cis-urn me
toncrabie and tneadly adjustment of their
difiTe:ces, which is so nearly concluded;
Vut IT hi-, lordhip -haH adhere to his
-erual to unite with us in prompt
and elective measures to stop pelade sealing
and hall insist upon Tree sealing tor the British
humects, the question as it affects this govern
ment i no loncer one of pecuniary loss or gain,
tiut one ol honor and teU-respecL
The president flnds it dime-alt to believe that
Lord Salisbury is serious in proposing that this
povemment shall take separate bonds rrom the
owners or about 100 Canadian sealin? vessels to
indemnif v it for the injury they may severally
inflict ciM3 our jurisdiction or property and
must decline to discuss a sarcestion which only
hijj rep-ct for Lord Salisbury and his belief
that h.s lordship has a due appreciation of the
rravtvofthis discussion, enable him to treat
uith ceriousnes. We should doubtless have to
puru- and capture upon the sea many of the
own-r- of those vessels to secure the bonds
MBrc-ted. and as the condition is to be that
the t.b;irs shall pay "any damages which the
arbitrators may adjade " while the treaty
pive, the arbitrators no power to adjudge any
danare. thrt tran-ictioa would be without
risri to the oblirer and or no value to us. This
covtrnment cannot consent to have what it be
livv b.' its ncits destroyed or impaired
p-nnc th-'r determination by an agreed trib
tal. however adequate the security ofTered.
It closing Mr. Wharton savs:
The president drects me to say in conclu-
io- that the modus ol last year is tne least una
covmment can accept. In reason, the restraint.-..
t v a treaty of arbitration should be
mo-v absolute, not lss He does not desire to
protract th.s disens-ion. and having now m the
mo-t f-imdlv spirit submitted the considera
tions which support the just demand of this
covernment that the prop-.-rty which is the ob
Wt of an acreecl arbitration shall not be sub
ject to a spoliation ndimr the arbitra
on he expresses the hope that Lord aalis
burv a pre Pron.pt and friendly assent to
renew the mod as. The president will hear with
T-,..t 'hat hr majesty's rovemment continues
ESinAtto deal with this subject pre
ri.ilva if no Provision had been made for a
ttlement of the dispute: and in this event this
rf "Sennas has alreadv been pointed out,
r tT compelled to deal with the subject on
the 3m bais and to use every means in . its
wwerTo protect from destruction or serious
lrlu-v p-opertv anJ'urisdictional r-hta which
it has long claimed and enjoyed.
AN IMPORTANT DECISION.
All Neceary Kmploye of an Insolvent
Firm Preferred Creditor.
Ciscin-natl 2Iarch 25. The circuit
court, with three judges on the bench,
decided a case the gist of which is that
all necessary employes of an insolvent
firm are preferred creditors. The case
was that of William Lewis vs. the as
signee of the Cincinnati Chair Co.,
which had been taken up successively
by Lewis on appeal from the probata
r.,.r-r nnrl the'coKimon pleas court.
The United State to Be Aiked to Trotect
the Gilbert Inland.
r t r TT!
San tBANCisco, Jiarca - '"K I permitted.
Tenbrino. of llutarati, who arrived in ; v Third If the above is decided in the
this city oa the bark Towars, recently, ne.ative t-nat a motion to postoone the
announces that his mission to this 1 ivv consideration of the subject to
countrv is to secure the protection of ' .yen d ia Deceinber next shall be
the United States for the Gilbert -JlmUtecLJ
islands. He says he feels that these j r-nnrtll That if the above is decided
islands would be much more -n tfae negat-ive the previous question
orosperoas under such a pro- m moved by the friends of trie
tectorate, and if this government j and tfae VQte had first upon tlle
will accept the proposition and , snb5titute offered bv the minority for
raise the American flag over the , internati0nal monetary congress,
islands, he will agree to transfer to j and if that fails thea T3pon the nd.
the United States the harbor of the j . n amendments of the bilL
island of Butarati, and to keep the "
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G. A. R. ENCAMPMENT.
station and for reiuge at an times, ne
will also assist to the utmost in pro
moting commercial relations between
the two countries.
T" T' !! rt will riT rt fi
j j t,:f.,t,- A-f Jmunication from the district commis
islauds in a few days, bat states tnat I " . , , ,.., ,
he has arranged that his proposition be
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laiu Deiore mc iiumunnca i muu-
in I held next September, was laid before
Dr. Sendiler A gain Indicted.
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City of Toledo, )
Lucas Co., JS. S.
State of Ohio. )
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner
of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in tho
City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said
firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and
everv case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of
HALL'S CATARRH CURE.
Sworn to before me, and subscribed in my presence,,
this 6th dav of December, A. D. 1889.
A. W. GLEASON, NOTARY PUBLIC
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CONDUCTOR E. D. LOOMIS. Detroit. Mich.,
say: "The effect o: Hall's Catarrh Cure is
wonderful." "Write hla about it-
KEV. H. P. CAESOK, Scotland. Dale. MJJI
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J. C. SIMPSON, Marquess, "W. Vi, 8rsj
"Hall's Catarrh Cure cured me ol a tctj earn
case of catarrh "
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THE ONLY BEKUIKE HALLS CATARRH CURE IS
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BEWARE OF IMITATION
Asking an Appropriation For the One
AVMcli Will ISe Held at Washington.
Washington, March 20 A message
from the Dresident, transmitting a com-
signers, accompanied bv a letter from
the chairman of the executive commit-
1 tee of the G. A. li. encampment to b:
I the senate yesterday.
Chicago, March 24. Dr. Scudder was ( An appeal Ls made for S10D, 090, one
indicted anew yesterday for the assas- half to be paid by the district for the
sination of his wealthy mother-in-law, expenses of the encampment. The
this time being charged with poisoning president says: 'The event is one of
her as well as sounding oa her skulL national interest and the attendance
The poison is said to have been admin- . 0f surviving union soldiers will prob
istered with a hypodermic syringe. He ably be larger than at aay encamp
is also ebanred in the second indict-1 ment that has ever been held. The
ment with having strangled his victim. I parade of the survivors of our
The additional accusations were taken great armies on Pennsylvania ave
as indicating that the prosecution had ( nue will bring vividly back those
gained possession of sensational evi- momentous days when the great
dence regarding whicn the public kbw
KnglUh Cattle Are Healthy.
Loxnojr, March 2o. Reports to the
agricultural board show that pleuro
pneumonia is extinct in Great Britain,
and that there have been only a few
sporadic outbreaks of the foot and
armies of the cast and west marched
through the streets of Washington in
high parade and were received by our
citizens with joyful acclaim. It seems
I to me that it would be highly appro
priate for congress to aid in making
this denionstation impressive and in
extending to those soldiers whose lives
a beneficent providence has prolonged
an opportunity to see in the security
and peaceful development and pros
peritv which now so happily prevail at
o'clock yesterday the two houses of j the national capital, the fruits of their
the legislature met in joint session in ( sacrifice and valor."
tne nail 01 me io er nuuse iu caava&a i
the vote for United States senator, j
The record of the house vote in detail '
was read and then that of the senate. !
Speaker Millner then announced the
vote as follows: Mills,
Chilton, Z: Gibbs, 2;
Jones, 1; Sayers, L
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The -worst cases yield to the
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ITIES. c2Bfurfni ar aad mrpliai fr taci lmJUWco.' ce. Irtamm aa
EUitic ftucUan naJe to rlr. Vcas trtimrat fnr P.-lji! v-l Ba4ctl94
fxxu cf the bwlr. Arti3-r.il Kj- Cirra xai all dimurt f ti Tarrt tnataC
by Cotafrewd iilr. Sprxf . lledioLnl Vjer, ttc irplied by tueaiu efts Uua
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woaua txdst eoameaieit- Speciil uecUoa f aid la Dijeatn of Woaca, aa
DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.
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All tho mast diRicult Surgical Operations performed with Sfeii! 0 Success.
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FtrfrtaertafcraaUeaeaawarailiM. DR. C. M. COE, President,
&ig&'Z2. I nth & Broadway, KANSAS CITY, MO.
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Mill Declared Elected.
Austix, Tex., March 24. At
123: Bailey, 4;
1Y1U Ilo Itetarned to Italy.
Xetv York, March 2a Twenty ex
convicts from Italy were detained at
Ellis island yesterday. They admitted
that they were liberated felons and
will be promptly returned.
Eenresentatiue Gearv. of California,
has introduced in the honse a hill to
YOUNG MOTHERS !
Wo Offer You a, Remedy
which Insures Safety f
iie of Mother una Child.
Hob Confinement of its
Pain, Borror and Risk.
Afwrnslnpone bottle of Motber Frted" 1
suffered but little pain.mnd did not experience that
weakness afterward usual In aucn cases. Mrs.
ANNIE GAGE.Laniar.lIo Jan. litn. 1251.
Sent by erpre. charces prepaid, on "; or
price JlJbpere- Book to Mothers mailed free.
BBADFIELD BEGCIiATOI CO
BOLD Br AT.T. DBCGGISTS.
Lewis was a traveling salesman for the ;Se iicl-anjrau charged Dy nt the nse of substitutes for hops
insolvent firm, and he got both salary ! Mabel Morrow with criminal assault J e3.tract of h makinff
and commission. iuC UCt,. .. "- . - i - -- of ale or er.
the finding of the lower court. on S.OOO bond. J
wRh osr faJBn Well
fact self leamsc and
fast-dxoppiBStoaiM la ca
L00MIS A NYMAH,
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THE
FARGO SPECIAL SHOES.
If be does aot keep them send to as for the
style and size yon wat. Illustrated Descrip
tive List furnished on application, also comic
pamphlet. C. H. FARGO & CO., Chicago.
rxutt scs nmmre
FAT FGLKS REnilCED
33 to 3 lbs. per contft brbaraleai hsrbal
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Vill THIS PlTIL nwj ta jniK&.
YfllllQ ! ,TelefTmphT and BaOroat
lUWliai Maall Aeeot's Business nere.aad aeear
food cltoations. write J.D.BKOWi,SeaaU, ato.
aatuumj iiij iiai
BOIUNQ WATER OR MILK.
LABELLED 1-2 LB. TINS ONLY.
I Stajtd amd Good Omtft
SHUTTLESf I Send for wnoleSewwa
aylUU SSt tAIJAtrjat icaasaa.
Piso's Bemedy for Catarra Is the H,
Best, Easiest to use. asd uteapesr. h
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