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BJJ)WELL AND CANHELD
Oh03on Loaders of tho National
Clou. .Iiiltti llldxvrlt, (fin riilHornli) t'lnnrer,
Numril fur l'rcUrimit Trx is (let
Heconil l'ltim-Tlin l'l.it loriu
n I'lnntly Adopted.
Cincinnati, July 1. The prohibition
national convention resumed Its session
yesterday. During the recess .ludgo
Muck, of Pennsylvania, was elected
chairman of the resolutions committee.
The platform committee was otlll in
session when tho convention was called
to order. Tho Rub-eoinmltteo had
worked Incessantly until 3 u. in. and
had tnnitu u report to tho full commit
tee, where a fight ensued over tho
tariff and silver planks, the Hub-com
mlttcu alBo having been divided on
or..v. joh.s iui)vi:u..
thoso two points. Tho free coinage
men were beaten in tho sub-commlttcc,
the plank as submitted to the full com
mittee being antagonistic to absolute
free coinage. Secretary Wheeler, of
New York, carried his silver resolution
through, but in the full committee
Editor Thompson, of Olfto, offered
n more radicul substitute Mr.
Thompson on the tariff question
bucceeded in having the Ohio
prohibition party's tariff plank adopted
by the sub-committee.
A speech made by Mrs. Gougar, com
paring the sale of n negro child in the
south to the sale of liquor caused Mr.
(ilbbs, of Virginia, to offer a resolution,
which was adopted, asking speakers to
refrain from ulluslons reflecting upon
participant in the luto struggle.
The subscription book was then passed
aud (1,000 each was presented by tho
Voice, the prohibition organ, and V.
'Wnrdwcll, of New York, secretary of
the new national prohibition executive
The platform was completed at 2
o'clock. Minority reports wore decided
upon against tho financial and tariff
planks adopted by the majority. The
following, is the full text of the plat
form as submitted to the convention:
Tho prohibition party In national conven
tion assembled, acknowledging Almighty God
08 the sourco of nil true government and His
law as tho standard to which all human enact
ments must conform to secure the blessings of
peace and prosperity, presents tho follow lag
' declaration of principles:
First The liquor truffle Is a foe to civiliza
tion, tho nrch enemy of popular Rtnernmcnt
nnd a public nuUnncc. Ills the citadel of tho
forces that corrupt politics, promote poorty
nnd crime, ilecrado tho nation' home life,
thwart the will of tho peoplo and deliver our
country luto the hands of rapacious cUss Inter
ests. All laws that under tho gulxo of rcgulu.
Hon Icralliu and protect this traflloor muko
tho po c rnment share In Its 111 gotten gains are
"vicious in principle and powerless as a rem
edy." Wo declare anew for tho entire supprev
slon of the manufacture, sale. Importation, ex
portation and transportation of nkohollc
liquors as u bevcrago by federal and stato leg
islation and tho full powers of tho government
should to exerted to sccuro this result. Auy
party that falls to rcaxjnlza tho dominant
naturn of this lssuu In American politics Is un
dcticrilngof tho support of tho people
.Second No citizen should bo dontcd the
light to voto on account of sex und equal labor
should receho equal wages without regard to
Third T4io monoy of tho country should bo
Issued by tho general gorcrnment and In suffi
cient quantities to meet tho demunds of tho
business and give full opportunity for tho em
ployment of labor. To this end an lncrcaBO In
tho volume of money Is demanded and no Indi
vidual or corporation should bo allowed to
make any protlt through Its Issue. It should
lw made a legal tender for tho payment of
all dtbts, public and private. It should be fixed
at tho definite sum per capita and mado to in
crcaso with our Increase in population.
Fourth We favor tho frco aud unlimited
colim.e of silver und gold.
Fifth Tariff should be levied only as a de
fense against foreign governments which levy
tariff upon our products, rutcnuo being Inci
dental. Tho rcslduo of means necessary to an
economical administration of tho government
should bo raised by levying a burden upon what
tho peoplo possess Instead of what we con
mnno The other planks demand woman suffrage and
equal pay, regardless of sex: demand govern
ment control of railroads, telegraph and other
public properties; demand tho further restric
tion of immigration and tho extension of the
naturalization period: oppose acquisition of
lands by aliens and favor forfeiture of unearned
land prants; denounce the reign of mob law
and demand trial by jury for all citizens; de
mand ono dav's rest in seven for all persons:
faor arbitration and pensions; unequivocally
stand by the American public school system
and teaching in Kngllsh and oppose grunts of
money to sectarian schools nnd denounce both
parties for truckling to tho monoy lntorosts and
to the saloons.
The platform was adopted, the amend
ments offered by the minority report
being rejected. In the evening Gen.
John Ilidwell,an old California pioneer,
a former congressman and now a
wealthy land owner of California, wni
'nominated by an unmistakable ma
jority, receiving 600 votes out of a total
vote of 074, 487 votes being necessary to
a choice. Deraorest received ISO and
Stewart 170 votes. The result was
greeted with a deafening din of cheers.
J. Ii. Canfleld, of Texas, was nomi
nated for vice president on tho second
Urcat rir at Guthrie.
Guthrie, Ok., July 1. Firo broke
out hero at 3 o'clock this morning und
in a short time consumed six frame
buildings nnd contents. Stevens &
Epstein, of Kansas City, wero to open u
120,000 stock of furnituro and house
hold goods to-day and it was in their
store the firo originated, the causo
being u mystery. Tho principal
losses nro Stevens & Epstein, (20,000
on stock; A. II. Waite, (5,000 on stock
of dry goods and 61,2000 on building; G.
M. Hliarum, (4,000 on stock of dry goods;
J, S. Lyons, (1,000 on stock of imple
ments and (3,000 on building; A. John
on, (300 on building.
The (Jiieeii's Hpcrcli WrIU of Kloctlon
London, Juno 29. The queen held a
council nt Windsor castle to-day with
Lord Crnnbrook, president of the coun
cil, Mr. Gosohen, chancellor of tho ex
chequer, and'thu Earl of Latham, lord
chamberlain of the household, In at
tendance. She has signed tho idecrco
dissolving parliament. Tho writs for
the elections of new members of tho
house of commons will bo distributed
The queen's speech proroguing par
liament says: "Tho time has arrived
when it is expedient that the electoral
body of the country bo consulted by the
Bbsemblage of a new parliament. I
have, therefore, assented for proroga
tion nt an eurller period than usual. I
am glad to record that my friendly re
lations with foreign powers remain un
altered. Treaties have been duly rati
fied, referring the differences with tho
United SUites with respect to the Hear
ing sen arbitration."
lleferring to the bills passed at tho
session just ended, tho speech says that
.the election demands that parliament
Iras made enabling worklngmeu to pur
chase agricultural holdings will Increase
the class of cultivating owners, which
is of great Importance to the state. Tho
application to Ireland of the education
al measures recently adopted in Great
lirltaln will confer great benefits upon
tho peoplo of that country.
' Tho speech concludes: "In closing
this parliament, which has been, un
usually and also high fruitful in bene
ficent legislation, 1 thank you for the
assiduous performances of your impor
tant duties during the six months,- and
heartily commend you to tlio favor ol
A NEW BATTLESHIP.
Laanohlng of thft Texas at Mm Norfolk
IonTHMouTir, Viu, June 20. Tho Nor
folk navy ynrd nnd Constructor Francis
Howies secured a signal triumph in the
successful launching of tho great battle
ship Texas hore yesterday About 12,
000 spectators wero In tho ynrd nnd as
many more wero on steamers, tugs,
yachts and tho opposite shore of the
Standing on tho launching tower
erected from tho launching platform
wero Miss Madgo Houston Williams, of
I Texas, her mother, Mrs. Williams,
Lieut. W. S. Coles, the private secretary
of Secrecary Tracy and his oflicial rep
resentatives on this occasion, and En
sign Hillary P. Jones, of the nuvy. The
i red, white nnd blue cords holding the
bottle of wino were tied to a stuff sur
mounted by a star, cmblamatlc of the
Lone Star stata.
At 11:10 o'clock tho signal "ready"
was givon, when Miss Williams, with
tho words, "I christen thee Texas,"
broke tho bottle of wino on the bow of
tho vessel as she started. It was just
forty-six seconds from the time tho
bottle was broken that the Texas was
standing In the stream as firm as a land
battery. Five minutes later she was
moored to her wharf.
WILLIAM J. CAMPBELL.
Hkoteh of tho New Chairman of the He
pnhlloan National Committee.
Washington, Juno 20. William J.
Campbell, chosen permanent chairman
of the republican national committee,
in place of Gen. J. S. Clarkson, was,
born In Philadelphia, December 12, 1830.
His parents moved to Illinois in 1831,
aud he has resided in Cook county, that
state, since that time. He was edu
cated in tho public schools of Illinois,
tho Lake Forest academy and tho
University of Pennsylvania, lie studied
law with Hon. W. Q Ooudy,
of Chicago, nnd has been en
gaged in active practice thcro for many
years. He was elected a state senator
in 1878 for four years, was re-olcctcd in
1682 and declined n rcnominntion for a
third term. In 1SS1 ho was chosen
president of the Illinois state senate
and was re-elected to the samo ofllco in
1883 and again in 1885. Ho was a dele
gate to the national republican conven
tion in 1880 nnd voted for Ulalno on
every ballot. Ho was again a delegate
Ixwaxai'oms, Ind., Juno 29. Tho
republican state convention yesterday
nominated tho following ticket: For
governor, Ira Chase; lieutenant-governor,
Theodore P. Shockney, of Ran
dolph county; secretary of state, Aaron
Jones, of St Joseph; auditor of state,
John W. Coons, of Marion; treasurer of
state, Fred J. Schols, of Vanderburg,
second ballot; attornoy-general, J. D.
Fcrrcll, of La Grange, hecond ballot;
reporter of the supreme court, Gcortro
i M. Haywood, of Tippecanoe; superln
j tendent of public Instruction, James II.
Henry, of Morgan; state statistician,
J. D. .Thompson, of Shelby; judges of
the supreme court, John D. Miller, By
ron Elliott nnd Myron Mcltridc, tho
present Incumbents; for judges of tho
appellate court, A. G. Covin of Monroe,
John K. Thompson of Dearborn, James
I). Ulack of Marlon, M. S. Robinson of
Wayne and E. W. Crumpaoker, tho
To Iteconolla tfa Factions.
Lincoln, Neb., June 20. Hon. John
Fitzgernld, of Lincoln, ex-prcsident of
tho Irish League of America, will sail
for Ireland the latter part of this week
on an important political mission. Ha
is ono of a committee sent from tho
United States to bring about a recon
ciliation of the factions existing in
Ireland and to seoure united action in
the approaching election.
A (Ireat Strike Impending.
Prrronunau, Pa., June 20. The pros
pects of a settlement of the wage diffi
culty at Carneglo's Homestead plant is
growing small Tho workmen assert
positively that tlnoy will not accept tho
reduction and it is understood that
every union rann in tho works will bo
discharged on July 1. Tho worlts wero
running in all departments yesterday
I but the undercurrent of feeling Is very
i Tho property is entlroly surrounded
by iv new high board fence and largo
' electric search lights havo been plncud
' in tho skylights of tho mills so that ok
jects oyer a mllo distant arc visible.
AN ECCENTRIC) MILLIONAIRE.
He riunned i siiatii I'unornl anil Kept as
Bye on III Heir's Administration.
From Austria, tho land of cceontrlfl
Boblemau, comes a story without
parallel In the recent record of human
idiosyncrasies. Tho Unllctnn million
aire, Caslmlr von Mioneczynskl, was re
moved from his vast estates near Loin
berg to an asylum for the Insatio in
Dobllng, at his own Instance, about
eight years nrjo. About five mouths
later hit death was nnuot need. It was
aid that ho tiled In tho night, nnd tho
properly drawn certificate of the physi
cian was to tho effect that dentlt was
caused by ho.trt disease. In tho morn
ing after tho night when the death was
reported tho other physicians saw that
the closed colllu was carried to tho
family burying ground nnd thore In
terred, without having been opened In
Ihs presence of thu millionaire-' friends.
The heir of the Mlonozynskt property,
Count Nlcodcm Potockl, took possession
p( the estates. The departed nobleman
loft neither wife nor children.
About tho middle of Doeembcr the
tenants of the Count were astounded nt
midday to see tho bent figure of a man
exactly resembling Caslmlr von Mion
czyntkl pass along the road. Tho old
man spoke to all In a voluo that re
called visions of their former landlord,
and most of the peasants fled in super
stitious fright from tho sound. Hardly
less fright was causod at the castlo
when the old man sent in a card bear
ing tho word "Caslmlr von Mionc7.yn
ski." When Count Potooki mut him
the old man explained that ho had
given tho physician who gave out his
death certificate at tho asylum nnd con
ducted the mock funeral flvo thousand
dollars for his part in tho plan and a
promise not to reveal tho fraud until
uftcr tho phystclnn's death. That event
had bcun announced, ho said, und he,
therefore, had returned to his estate.
Tho old man said ho had taken securi
ties for about fifty thousand dollars
ubroad with him and had lived on the
Interest His object in all this remark
able performance was to discover, he
said, how his heir would administer his
property after his deatli. That story
wbh treated rather gingerly nt lirst by
Count Potooki. but the discovery by
disinterment that the coffin from tho
asyluji had been burled empty In
creased the suspicion of truth aroused
by the old mnn's personal appearaneo.
The old mnn's story of his wander
ings ubroad is under investigation, and
meantime ho Is inquiring into the man
agement of tho property, which he
claims as his own. The editor of tho
DzlciinlU 1'olskl is sure that tho old
man is Caslmlr von Mtonczynski, and
many Lcmborgcrs believe so, too, but
Count Potooki says that he will concodo
nothing until his tracing of the old
inau's wanderings Is completed. N. V.
THE DISMAL SWAMP.
Conditions That Caused the Great Vir
The Dismal Swamp belongs to that
group of inundated lands whero tho
lack of drainage is due to an original
deficiency of slope, combined with the
flow retarding influence of vegetation
on the movement of water from the
land. "Tho principal determining
causo which has led to tho formation of
the Dismal Swamp is found in tho char
acter of tho surface on which the marsh
accumulation rests. The whole of this
coaht from New York southward has
the form of an undent sea-bottom, more
or less modified by river action, tho
measure of the modification being de
termined by tho average height to
which tho sea-flow has been elevated
ubovo tho level of the ocean and tho
steepness of tho slope toward tho sea
In New Jersey the plain is tolornbly
elevated and tho slope from tho Interior
toward tho shore Ik steep enough to In-
sure a swift discharge of tho water. In
northern Virginia the holght of tho
plain is somewhat reduced and the
j Blope proportionately diminished. From
'tho 'James river south ward tho eleva
tion of the plain at oqual distauce from
tho shore is still further lowered, tho
incisive action of tho streams havliiir
I yet further reduced it, leaving parts of
tho surface in tho form originally be-
j longing to tho sea-bottom. In this con
dition me Bunaca ior a consutoruwo
distance from tho coast rises at uu aver
age rata of about eighteen inches to the
mile., It is not a perfect inclined plane,
for it is cast into slight elevations and
depressions in, a manner that reminds
ono of the oceau utter a time of great
storm when the waves havo fallen to n
height of two or three feet, retaining at
tho same time their original horizontal
attitude. Goldthwalte's Magazine.
KANSAS CITY, July t
CATTLE Lies t beeves 13 50 (ft 4 40
J Stackers. S 60 S B5
Nntlvocows 183 2 85
HOdS-Oood to choice heavy... 4 W 0 40
WHEAT No. 2 red of 09
No. 2 bard. 03
CORN-No. 8 mixed 48
OATS-No. S mixed IS
FLOUIl Pa teats, per sack....
IIUTTEK-Cholco creamory. ..
CATTLE Fair natives.
SIIEEP-Falr to choice
WHEAT-Na 8 rod.
COKN-Na 8 mixed
OATS-No. Smtxed. ,..
LAUD Western steam
CATTLE-Prime to extra 4 00 4 M
HOGS-Packinft and shipping., 4 03 5 83
SHEEP Fair to choice 4M 5 50
FLOUR-WIntor wheat 4 80 4 33
WHEAT-Na 8 rod. BOtfa 81
COKN-No. 8 ,x 61 51 K
OATS-No. 2 ". 3 q 84K
UYE-Na 8 7 a n'M
!!HHEKCroomo,'Jr " " a ,8
POUK n 35 an 37K
LAUD 6K0 4S
CATTLE-Natlvo steers 4 10 4 75
IIOOS Oood tocholco 6 10 6 70
FLOUR Oooa to choice 8 44 4 05
WHEAT No. 2 red,, B9tf K
CORN-No.!! 69 0 69tf
OATS-Wostcrn mixed.,, 87 30M
HUTTER-Crcamery. ,. 15 20
X'ORK-OWmcsa ,.., 10 00 10 75
OtitMt Seaworthy Craft Afloat.
John lloattlc, of New linven, claims
to bo the owner of tho oldest seaworthy
craft In tho world. Tho vessel Is tho
Wasp, a schooner purchased by Mr.
Ilcattloln 1870. Sho was built ntCohoes,
on the Hudson river, in 1812. The Wasp
is older than tho whnleshlp Stonlngton,
that Is to bo taken to Chicago to tho
world's fair, l-'or yoara nfter being
launched tho Wasp ran as n Hudson
river packet and between points on tho
sound. Once, when lying in tho North
river, her crew mutinied and murdered
her captain. The murderers wero
hanged. The vessel is now employed
in carrying granito to the breakwater
off tho mouth of New York harbor. N.
It is stated that tho only woman
freemason in the world Is Mrs. Salome
Anderson, of Oakland, Cal. Tho ac
count says that she learned tho sverutn
of tho order by concealing herself in a
room in her uncle's house whero tho
lodge met. On being discovered she
was made a member of tho lodge to
prevent her from publishing their se
crets. Mrs. Anderson has served on
the board of trustees of tho Masonic
temple. She is nlso a charter member
of Guidon Gate chapter, No. 1, Order of
the Hasteru Star, nnd is a member of
Oak I,cuf chapter, No. 8.
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words allfco except ono word. Tho same Is
truo of each now one nmiearlng ouch week,
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For tlio far west; boforoyou go aboard your
eteamci-, Pullman pahico train or einlKrnnt
car, seo to It that among your outllt Is au
ndccpmto supply of Uostetter's Htomncli
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suited to tho wants of tourists, truvelors,
emigrants and summer sojourners. Cures
nauson. dyspepsia, languor, heartburn, ma
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Tim host buslnoss college Tho school of
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nail's Catarrh Cure, offer $100 reward for
auy chso of catarrh that can not bu cured
by takinir Hull's Cutnrrli Cur a Kcnd for
testimonials, Irec. Bold by Druggists, 75a
Wnrx ouo jumps at u conclusion ho rare
ly reaches it. Dullns News
Tun best Is ns cheap as tho poorest. Got
tho "A. 11. C. Bohemian liottled llccr" of
St. Louis. It has tho true hop flavor.
Piett is ofton but knee dcop. Uoslon
IlcrciUM's Pills stimulate tho ptyalln In
tlio sullva, remove depression, glvo appe
tite, uud muko tua sick well.
Tns standing army should bo sent to the
seat of war.
Flunks aro inozpretsibly mortifying.
Remedy Glenn's Sulphur Hon p.
Ulll's Uulr aud Whisker Dyo, CO craU.
Tus telephone takes overj body's word.
Tna Rain's Horn Is published at Indian
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A horse show The average amateur
rider. Kato Klold's Washington.
HssLTnTiD-BiTs save weak, nervous men.
(1 ; trial box 10c. Ohio Cliomical Co ,CIticin ,0
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That's what ia promised you, no
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Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy.
Catarrh can he cured. Not with
tho poisonous, irritating snuffs nnd
strong, cattBtio solutions, that simply
palliate for a time, or perhaps, dnvo
tho discaso to tho lungs but with
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Tlio worst cases yield to its mild,
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In thousands of cases, where ev
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Xfi&s C fV MrfT.AVtt. Sr-hnnl.
teacher, 753 Park Place, Elmira, N.
x. x nis opnng wnue away irom
home teaching ray first term in a
country school I was oerfectlv
wretthed with that human agony
called dyspepsia. After dieting for
two weeks and getting no better, a
friend wrote me. sup-treincr that I
take August Flower. The very next
day I purchased n bottle. I am de
liehted to sav that Autrust Flower
helped me so that I have cniite re-
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Both tho method nnd results when
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and refreshing to tho tasto, aud acta
gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sya
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aches nnd fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tlio
only remedy of its kind over pro
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its action and truly beneficial fa Its
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to nil nnd havo mado it tho most
popular remedy known.
Byrup of Figs is for salo in 50o
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tire you out, and wear holes in light and
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Pearline takes away the rubbing, and the
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more time to
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE
THE COOK HAD NOT USED
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPOLIO SHOULD bu used in every KITCHEN..
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Eoodaltustlona. Write J.I). HIlOWN.Bn.sils.iio.
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nn Nnr be ntct rvi 0 ssBbsbbbbbI
nith Tnno, IRiiameTi, and Pslntl trblch stata
1111. ntniiR. iniTirn iiia iron. ami imrn on. I
TJm Itlnlnu Sim flintn I'nUMi If HrlllUtit.Odnr. I
1ffK.iurtln,niid tho coiiMimrr prs tor no tin I
orKis&AracRBKo mm ctery purcnasa.
With housewives of all lands, aft
creeds and all ages is "Which
Is the best Cooking Stove?"
We answer this question to-day by
proclaiming "CHARTER OAK
STOVES" to bo tho best In every
Vest itort iMlin kstp tfctm. If yours
dMt lot, writ dlraot to noiaularttmi.
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURE CO,
T. LOUIS. MO.
Will purify DT.OOO, ratnUta.
, UUortlor, I) Mil ttrcnjrtn. renew
if,v,nu, ir.iart UVHin BUS
liiillsjcMInn, Uiattirmf ftsi.
iiiiiiKjcaiinn, lint tlfmt feel.
Mlixl ti liilitcnsU, brsja-
lffH "aa bono, iicrtei, Inn.
.. , tii'iKTuuinwnircc,
Ir offering from coinplslnu ps..
,- a sarii. spcnlr curs. Itoturnfl.
roia Uluom on cliccki, Wotln.i Oowplaaloa.
Sold arcrywlisro. All rcnulns roods hesr-
"Crriroiiw" Bead asUctat stamp forau-ow
IftHMTMNKMCINI CO., M. 4wU, MW
Make It Warm
Bobbing up and down over them is pretty hot
work. Tnat ruh. ruh. rtih on tlifm ia th
nits warm won. icgive9you
yourselt and saves your money.
Wpfi4 retldlcrs and tome unscrupulous procei. wilt tell
VJCt J.U you "this is as eood as " or " the same at Pearline."
FALSI. Pearline is never paddled.
UII14 1, 1UUI L;il-lC KIIU3 Yl
ml somethlnir in
honest und it luck. SW JA1
Stt.l Dro. For.ln. Sl.l
Bill Bnlsf to til tunning psrll,
Strictly man GRADE in Every FartJovlui.
sLu-ps rer oar 100-jmjt. Illastrattd est.
BlflM, KsTQlwri, fiportlny Jood, stt.
Mfrs., 147 WiihlngtonSI.,B03TON. MASS-
atari from MWnpwanU. laudoJloifrtalt.Mlla(i
ruaora. Hahoaur. t I slab.
All Ua alwr. ao!4 and.r oar awn aailM I0O.0M ef u
Uiuuai.nu In cm. You Im.I dMtor will rdi fw raa. dan.
auukaTe namt tataad m loiida. Sand hi IlloaUatad aalalone.
l'1?s,A!iXv4 Mo""oe r-.CMicyo.
ea-S-MS this r art ; u. M m.
atyaci eeti-saiBa a
het-dropBtac tools fit ue
ersaas this rsrsa f
riso's Kemedy for Catarrh ia the .
Dost, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest. H I
Sold bv dru.fflsts or sent by mall. I
1 60c. . T. ttazolltae, Warren, fa. I
A. N. K.-D.
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etaMtkat torn saw ia A4TertlesMt U Qtt
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