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THE BED CLOUD CHIEF, BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JAN.. 5, 1895
a c.iitwMKii, I'.iliior. .
Cumu lot us retiBou together Some
things tiro necessary for comfort, health
and happiness. This year uonru going
to do without muny of tho necessities
and nil luxuries of lifo hut wo intend
to hove what is absolutely necessary
this jear to sustain lifo and keep in
bonlth to aid us in our bnttlu of tho
year. Our wives and children must nt
least havo food to eat and shoes to wear.
Tho latter will not cost you much, but
will help to preserve- their health and
We hnvo made nrrnngomonts with J.
15. Lewis & Co. of Weur Resistor fame to
supply us with n medium priced lino of
boots nud shoes that will moot with
your approval, and coma in rench of
jour pocket book.
It is our wish to supply ovory family
in WobBtor county with thebo goods for
wo believo it will bo to thoir advantage
Another udvuntugo you gain by deal
ing with us is tho largo amount of Una
work wo do for ou in sowing up rips
and nailing soles and repairing at actual
cost. You will lose nothing by dealing
with us and will wish you nad if you do
Blakeslkk & K.W.KV.
CRBD E. McKKKHY, M. D.
Physician mill surgeon,
City and country calls promptly ans
wered. Moon Block, Red Cloud.
Mm. C. 13. Crono is in Omaha this
Mrs. C. F. Cuthor is visiting in Lin
coln this week.
The revival mcotinga still continuo
tho M. B. churoh.
Ono of our Red Cloud boys isn't stuck
on bread and water.
Miss Nollio Knloy will Boon return to
her studies at tho Peru normal.
Fred Hill, brother to Peter Hill of
CowleB.is visiting in this county.
Look out for ground hog day, Fob. 2.
If you seo your shadow do not squeul.
Givo W. 13. Roby your ordor for scod
corn. Ho will havo a car in, this weok.
Waltor C. Jones has purchased, we
understand, tho tank lino of Hurry Sow
ter. Real estulo loans made payable here
Money furnished nromutly. C. W
A.. II. Cnrpeutor has purchased tho
Holcomb livery burn, north of tho Hol
S.-4 Flour exchanged for wheat at market
fWf- rices at Roby'8 store one door west of
Hoftttrv-Jattor traveling for tho
past three years hutt decided to come
back to Nebraska.
Adam Mohurt doparted Wednesday
morning for a busineBS und pleasure trip
to Pcoriu, Illinois.
Uhurloy Guilford and wifo havo
turned from Missouri whoro thoy
been for some months.
F. D. Martin was up from Wymoro
Wednosdoy, and spent a short timo with
his family returning tho Borne day.
Tho subject for morning servico nt the
M.E. church will be "Tho Great Com
mission." Evening subject: "Prepare
to meot thy God." All aro invited.
Dick Gray returned Tuesday night,
after an extended visit to Oklahoma,
Texas, Tenneseeo, and southern states.
Dick huB no use for the south.
All who aro indebted to M. B. McNitt
on account of flour, feod, hay, etc, will
pleaeo call at his old storo and sottlo.
Tho accounts havo boon left with W. B.
Eoby for collodion.
Old lady Potorson, living in J. Pat
rnor's addition, was boforo tho board of
insanity lnat Saturday and adjudged in
sane. She was taken to Lincoln this
weok by Sheriff Runchey.
Some of tho farmora aro cutting pral
rio hay and bringing it to market. It is
alittloearly to mako hay, but .the .old
adaoo savB to "make hay whilo the sun
Bhlnee," und Old Sol has boon doing his
part this month.
Rasser Brothers, whe po6bcbs ono of
tho beet farms in Webstor county, are
not discouraged becnuso of drouth, but
with "hope that springs otornal in the
human brosst" aro preparing to farm
more extensively next season than ever.
Jake Noustein after sizing up the
wilda of Wyoming near Sheridan, haB
returnod to Red Cloud whore he will re
sume tho manufacture of olgore at tho
old stand, nd live in the future, unless
the sugar beet industry proves unsuc
cessful. Wm. Covert, tho yoijng man who took
tho pilot rldo at tho t utowb a few days
ago on "0.1," ib still in Rod Cloud, whoro
ho expects to remain ntil tho company
settles with him for n ining him down.
He says ho has no far. y for taking an
other rldo of tho kind won.
Al Aultz with a par y of sports wero
chasing jaok rabbits 'ith tho hounds
Wednesday, whon a wflf was espied in
tho distunco. Tho hjunda Boon over
took Mr. Wolf when a tattle royal took
placo tho wolf boing bctorminalou nit
or a half hour's light!
g, in wuicu uu
tho hounds woro moro
r less injured.
W" Pni'" cheap t Coltlng'e.
Senator McKeeby Sundavcd at
Keeby Sundnvcd nt home.
Seo Dr. Culli lucre's February date in
Editor Williams was down from Ulv
U.S. ProudlH v. a up from Guido
H. K. Archmon of Guldo Rock was in
tho city Tuesday.
John Polnicky !b convalescing and
will resume business in a fow days.
Fred O. Rlukeslee has purchased from
A. W. Downer his handsome property
on main street.
For defective vision, consult Dr. Culli
moro in Red Cloud, February STith nud
iWth, Dr. McKeobj'eolllce.
Spectacles fitted for dofects of vision
by Dr. Culllmoro February JWth and
2(itli, Dr. McKeeby's olllco.
EYE nnd EAR SURGEON, Dr. Culli-
more, in Red Cloud Fobruury a.'ith arid
2(ith, at Di. McKeeby's olllco.
Mrs. Dr. McKeoby journey od to Lin
coln Tuesday for a short visit and will
return with her husband Friday.
Judgo Beall wub in tho city this week
and changed tho next term of tho dist
rict court, from Juno to April tlrst,
DR. CULLIMORE, EYE nnd EAR
SURGEON, in Red Cloud, Fobruury
2.1th nnd 26th, at Dr. McKooby's ofllco.
Curt Evunswill add a stock of cloth
ing to his second-hand goods. Anyone
having nny old clothes can sell them at
Don't forgot that I am propared to
enrty passengors to all parts of the city.
Leavo orders at the Holland House.
Tako your wagon work to Stapleton.
Ho forges nil irons for bugglesoutof the
best Norway iron, uses no malleablo iron
in repuiring buggies.
Remember Stnploton puts on plow
shares. 11 inch, $.1; 1C inch, $3,50, and
warrants ovory ono to run. Listor layB
tho samo. Bring in your plows.
A. H. Hoffman, chairman of tho hoard
of supervisors, doparted this week for
Essox, Illinois, whero he will visit with
relatives and friends for n few weoks.
R. B. Fulton, tiro and lightning insur
ance, Wcstorn White Bronze, monu
monts nnd cemetery goods. Scod oats
and choico upland prnirio hay. Office
with Traders Lumber Co.
Wiener has tilled ono of his windows
with shoes runging in price up to $.'1 50.
You can havo your choico for 81,25.
He also has u counter full of better
grades which ho is offering at $l.r0 per
W. A. WilliamB, who is well knonw In
this county ns an old mlllor, having
worked in tho Amboy mill and olsowhoro
for years has with his family moved to
Doepwater, Mo., where he will embark
in tho bardwaro buisuosB.
Cong. McKcIghan accompanied by his
daughter Edith, nnd Joo Warnor return
ed frem Lincoln Saturday night, where
he has beon under the euro of un oyo
specialist. Ho is much improved in
health and will probably Boon bo out
In tho report of tho supervisors pro
ceedings of the 11th, the item in regard
to Guido Rock asking for an nppropra
tinn for it bridgo wnn incorrect. That
township has not asked for anything
but whon it doos it will take ull it cun
get, so says Supervisor Watt.
The M. E. Churoh choir havo reorga
nized and elected Henry Clark chorister
Waltor Warron Secretary, Mrs. Emma
Martin, Treasurer, John Dickerson
managor, with tho following singers:
Ladies: Mrs. Emma Martin, Mrs. Jno.
Dickerson, Misses Lillio Smith Susie
Rife Pearl Smith, Blanche Cummings.
Gentlemen: John Dickerson, Alva Sel
lers, Walter Warron, C. C.Cowden.Flavo
Grico and Henry J. Clark.
Mr. S. 0. Dilly has taken full charge
of the B. it M. eating house and will
operate tho samo in the future. His
moBt estimable family arrivod this week
and will make their homo in Rod Cloud.
Mr. Dilly in a thorough gentleman, and
especially conversant with railroad hos
telry. Although business at this time is
very dull Mr. Dilly will doubtless koop
tho B.& M. right side up until times am
hotter. Wo wish hbi success.
A disastrous tire at Blub Hill Sunday
night swept out a goodly poition of one
block. The lire originated in the drug
store on tbo north side of main street,
and burned everything in the block un
til reaching the State bank, which was
also partially rulnod. The firemen by
prompt action squelched tho fire before
it caught on tho south side of the street
although many of tho windows wero
burnt out nnd ruined, tho wind blowing
a gale from the north. Tho loss is near
ly covered by insurance.
In the report of tho supervisors pro
ceedlng last wook, relating to tho John
Wilholmson caso, in which he applied to
the board to have the interest struck off
on his '81 and '85 taxes, wo erroneously
made tho dates road '91 and '05. Tho
committoo furthor roportod that thoy
woro unnblo to find any property in his
nnme, by which thoy could collect tho
tuxes and thoroforo compromised by
Wilholmson agreeing to puy the princl-
Dal it tho Intorost wub strlckon off. It
was u good deal nnd wo owe this expla
nation to tho board to placo them In u
right light boforo their constituency,
Tho social nnd musicnlo nt Rentier's
hull Friday night wns n success in -v v
dotal), tho crowd being largo and t it
bio, and tho program a gem from ht. . t
Tim quartet in brnss by Jenkins, 1'ell
Dickcrton, West wns the opening soke
tion and heartily applauded. Tho trlo"I
told you so" by Miss Blanch Sherman,
Frank Cowden, und Oscur Yarger ro.
cullod vividly tho most fmclnnting cli
max in tho most charming production
over given in the city, und pleased tho
A very pleusing Beloction was u beau
tiful solo, by Miss Jcnnio Bell, uecom
pained by tho. Misses Mnry nnd Mnr
gnret Miner with tho piano and violin
respectively. Miss Jonnlo exhibits n
very sweet, musical voice nnd sung with
O. L. Cutting, U. G. Knight, Edgar
Cotting and Geo. Overing comprised
tho mulo quartet which reuderod u com
ical selection admirably, und enjoyed vo
Mitts Murgret Minor nppourcd in a
solo entitled "Ecitacy," which sho ron-
dored w'lth her accustomed cnoe und
A half hour's Intermission for refresh
ments during which timo the audionco
did justice to nnd elegant vurloty of
table delicacies, tho people thon resum
ed their scuts to hear tho first selection
in tho latter part of program which was
a cornot and piano duet by Miss Mury
Miner and Prof. JenkinB. Miss Miner
manipulated tho piano keys fuultlessly,
and Prof. Jenkins accomplished boiuo
tlno work on tho cornot, that for sur
passed anything in local coruotists. Ho
was loudly encored, but responded only
with a graceful bow which moant"'nuf."
A duet entitled "Tho best friends of
all" was sung very prottily by Frank
Cowden and Miss Blanch Sellers. Both
were purfoctly composed, and blondod
with charming excellence
Stowart Albright was greeted by
much friendly applause, us ha ascendod
tho rostrum to render a solo, Miss Igou
at tho piuno. Mr. Albright sung his
solcction in delightful strain, and won
many of tho laurels of the evening to
gothurwith loud upplauso and gratify
Mis- Blanch Sellars sang "O, Restless
Seu" in un ncceptnble und pleasing man-
nor and in her lower tones display oil a
most enchunting contralto.
Tho closing selection capped the cli
max ns it wero, and sot the Princess
Bonnie people into wild, paryoxisms of
enthusiastic, dilerious, hysterical de
light which only subsided when the
band tlniehed the choicest selection in
its ropcrtoiro taken from tho opera
"Princess Bonnie." The ovorturo wub
arranged by Prof. JenkinB and that gen
tleman was the Hon of the hour upon
the conclusion ef its rendition. It is
certainly splendid iuubIc, and evon thoso
who novor heard "Princess Bonnie" en
joyed it hugely.
Thus ondod the program and as tho
guests wore leaving, a few of tho young
people decided to trip tho light fantas
tio, which diversion was indulged in for
several hours. Hence tho social was a
completo success und tho receipts, which
oxceoded $10, uro very gratifying to the
The CiiiF.r takes great ploasuro this
weok in introducing to tho public the
namos of our young frionda E. W. Kaloy
and W. M. Campbell ns a new business
firm, they having purchased from U. G.
Knight his popular bakery and resturant
togethor with ull its bolongings, and will
sail proudly forth in tho groat commer
cial sea for tbo beacon light of prosper
ity under the gushing cognomen of tho
Bon-Ton and cafe.
Elmer and Winnie wo think will maka
a hard pair to beat, both being blessed
with a liberal education and always re
garded as strictly honest and fair in all
their dealings. Mr. Kaloy is a son of A.
H. Kaloy of this city, and since his grad
uation from a Burlington Business Col
lego, has hold a responsible position in
the Stato bank hero. Mr. Curapboll
while a comparative stranger in this
city has always conducted himself with
becoming manliness. He is loader of
the juvenlloband here undonjoysfriendfl
ship to tho extent of his acquaintance.
' These gentlemen aro oxorting ovory
effort to improvo and renovato their
plac of business and propceo to honco
forth carry the heaviest line of bakory
and confectionary goods in tho Repub
lican valley. They havo arranged things
with the utmost care and tusto, and th'e
Bon-Ton is already a very inviting em
porium, with everything nice, neat and
tidy and a choice stock. Thoy will re
tain the services of the popular baker
W. S. Bonse, and tbo polite littlo "Doc"
The boys soem to havo everything
largely in thoir favor, and the prospects
for a prorltablo business are nuturally
very bright' Thoy will cater to the best
classes, but all factions will rccoive duo
courtesies nt their hands. Thoy have a
tlno location, and all tho essential re
sources to make their business worthy
nnd Buccosstul, Knowing Messrs. Knloy
und Cnrapoll to posees good business
qualifications, togothorwith that indie-
ponsublo art of polltness, or ingralnod
gonti.fty it you please, we will tako a
smoko, and liko tho immortal Rip Van
Winklo wish them beulth, wealth and
Moro About the Sugar Factory.
As wnn stated in last week's Cimr,
Mr. Singer, representing Kopperl .v. Co.
of Ch.cugo, wns in tho city lost weok
contorlng with the commitleo on tho
question of establishing the factory.
Upon Mr. Singer's return to Chicago
ho counseled witli his firm, and they for
warded the proposition published below.
A largo number of citizens mot at tho
Firomoti'a hall Tuesday night, Mayor
Roby presiding, and R. It. Fulton listing
secretary. Committoo Chairman J. L.
Minor road tho proKsltiou, and a long
explanation nnd discussion ensued. The
mooting wns conversntive, nnd every ob
jectiomiblo point discussed. A motion
wus finally mudo to adopt tho report of
tho committee, which curried utmost
Following is tho proposition completo:
To tiik Ho.v. Mayou and City Council,
Red Cloud, Nebraska,
In conformity with tho request of
boot factory committee, mudo by Asms
tnnt Commissioner Singer, at recent
conference, we submit to you herewith
conditions under which wo will erect u
plant in your locality, to-wlt: Wo will
build, equip und operate a factory on
your land, having a capacity of working
100 tons of sugar hoets Into sugar, or 72
tons of sorghum into eyrup or sugar
ovory twonty-four hours.
The muchinory to bo of tho most mod
era typo, Hrnt-clusB in every way und
thoroughly adapted to tho work, con
templating the ubo of tho latest im
proved processes, such us double cur
bonation, quadruplo effect evaporation,
nnd graining vacuum. Everything
about tho plant to bo tnnde in the most
workman-like manner. Tho building to
bo constructed of brick, with iron sup
ports for the interior parts. The main
building to cover nn area of 130 feet in
front, and 51 feet in depth; tho middlo
of tho building to bo 80 by 20 in size, to
bo usod for vacuum pan room, and to bo
51 foot in hoight from grade to roof of
cornico and covored wjth shingle roof;
foundations, wall und tho intorlor frame
work will be substantial and construct
cd especially for factory purposos.
Tho plant to bo ready for work by
June 1, lBQtf, bo bb to bo able to run sor
ghum during July and August, and
boots during the rest of tho season.
Wo will do as abovo upon your city
or citizens donating to us f. 10,000 in cubIi
and 14,000 tons of standard beets, tho
latter deliverable to us in installments
during the seasons of 1890 and 1807.
We also, to be given twenty acres of
ground for factory purposes, and all tho
necessary water freo. The location
must bo convenient to railroad truckago
and wnter supply. Tho tortus of pay
ment of the cash donation to bo hereaft
er dooidod upon.
Wo Bubmlt tho abovo proposition to
you for a poriod of ten days, during
which ploaso either accept or reject. If
you accept we will gtvo you 90 days'
timo during which to make up tho beet
Koitchl &. Co.
At tho mooting thero wns a geuoral
impression that tho 11,000 tons of boots
courd not bo raisod, at least, in tho tlrst
two years. As tho simple adoption of
this proposition is by no moana a bind
ing contract, the amount may yet bo ro
ducod, inasmuch ns the bonds or cash
required in Mr. Singor's verbal proposi
tion has increased 85,000 in the com
pany's written proposition.
Tho Mayor will order a meeting of
tho committee and council in tho near
future, at which Mr. Singer will bo pres
ent, and the result will piobably bo a
speedy contract and prompt action to
ward securing tho pledges for beets, tic.
Then, boforo we aro hardly awaro, a
great sugar factory will be running in
Red Cloud, and business will BBBumo ac
tivity only equalled in the good old days.
At tho special mooting of tho mayor
and city council held tho following
night, tho roll was called and the full
number present. Tho proposition of
Kooperl A: Co., wasroad.and'unanimous
ly adopted. On motion the following
citizons wero appointod to act in con
junction with tbo city council in con
ference with Kopperl ifcCo. J.L. Miner,
T. C. Hacker, CM. Potter, Geo. Lindsey,
und Chus. Piatt.
Latek. Since tho above was sot,
another meeting Was held, and J. L.
Miner and T, C. Hacker wero appointed
to go to Chicago and confer with Kop
perl & Co., which they will do early tho
coming week. This is a decisive step.
The Ladikh Met. Tho result of the
Red Cloud ladies' meeting at tho lire
men's ball .Wednesday night was a ucan
imouB and determined decision to give a
dinner and supper one week from Satur
day, on tho 2d of February: The mealu
will probably b'o sprved in the largo
storo room recently vacated by Mr. Wil
liams' bardwaro stock, although this
point is not yot definitely docidod.
Every lady In tho-city Is earnestly ro
quested to assist in Borving those meals,
and the public certainly values the fire
toon's services to that extent that ovory
ono in tho city will dino two mouls with
tho ladtoB, who will convert tho proceeds
into tho llremen's exchequer. This Ib
tho tlrst bonotlt for tho llromon, eo givo
them your patronaRo.
It cares piles, it cure obfttinnto sort'H,
chapped handx, wouud. It does this
qalokly. Ih thero any good reason why
you should not use DeWIU'e Witch Huzel
ftere ))e are
Nice bright, new riou
" " " raisins, -One
pail Jelly, 101b not for
N O Sugar, Mlbs for
Till Sugar In iniiiii livtlcr llian nny I have had.
1 have a few more of those Nice Cob Pipes 2c each. ,
Just rct'oivcri n new lot of thai nlro IMc Fruit
All or iht) d lire rent kind te milt tho purehimcr.
Ono quart of Blackberry .lam, homo mnde, for
50c. It is very line.
Syrup, Sorghum, N O Molasses by pail or gallon.
All kinds or Jhiiih mid (tanned tfoodx.
Eva poratcd Fruits,
And everything Hint Is nice nnd good nt prices
away down. have moro of thane
Nice Sun Dried Apricots, Peaches, Apples
ami Plums at the old price, Kill) for 1.
Remember I nm headquarter for K
Nice Glassware, Chinaware, Chnmberware, Lamps
and everything tlmt''i8 kept in a first-class
store, at prices that will compete with utiy
thing on the Missouri river.
Any--Lady . . . . ; '-
' Buying -;60c woith of Que(mHwur& or GffttW
. ware will get a NICE GLASS J)ISII FREE
Good for One Week Onlyv .
Come nnd see me. No (rouble (o show goods.
The N. 8. F. V. AssoclnUon.
Tbo Red Cloud fireman's contingent
which wont to Norfolk, Nebraska, Messrs
Geo. Hutchison, Goo. McCall and Aid
Ed. Pulslphor, have returnod, greatly
replenished with cntbuiuem, and a sur
feit of good things to eat that is aston
ishing. Thoy also report one of tho
most interesting meetings of the associ
ation thnt haB over beon hold. Thoy
aro also loud in thoir praises of tho fino
treatmont they received at the hands of
Norfolk and Fremont pcoplo who took
particular painB to soo that they fared
well whilo within tho boundaries of each
of tho cities named. At 0:10 a. m., the
association was called to order and tho
mayor made the boys a fine welcome aoV
drcsfl, aftor which the association settled
down to routine business. For throe
days tho boys had what they are pleased
to call a gonuino good time, and havo
nothing but good words for tho treat
ment tboy recoivod whilo at the state
association. J. A. Tomlinson of this
city was eleoted a membor of the board
of contract and Ed. Pulsipher was ap-
pointed to an important committee.
Tho fire boys desorve all of the pleasures
thoy get, because if it wero not for their
persistent efforts thero would bo many
conflagrations and groat destruction of
property that is otherwise hold in check
w 9 ' '
On last Saturday evening Mr. J. A.
Daum und his estimable wife, entertain
ed a .number of thoir personal friends at
an itnpromtu recoption, given in honor
of Mrs. Oaum'B brother, Mr. L.B.Clough
and hiB brido, who woro only recently
united in matrlmoay, at their home in
Lincoln, by Dr. Lasby of St. Paul's M. E.
church of that placo.
Tho newly married couplo arrived in
Red Cloud on Friday evening, proceed
ing tho reception.
Tho evening was one of sociability and
pleasure, nnd it was with much gratifi
cation that tho guests partook of the
bounteous refreshments prepnrcd and
served by tho dott hand of the hostess.
It was also exceedingly pleasurable for
those who woro honored with an invita
tion to havo been so royally entertained,
Mr. and Mrs. dough,' In whose&honor
tho roceptlon was tondered, are amotig
the popular society folks of Lincoln, and
nrp most amlublo nnd interesting com
pany. During their short etuy in Red
Cloud thoy have mudo many friends,
who with ono accord wish thorn much
joy, und u safo roturn to their homo
whero thoy will eettlo down to tho reali
ties of conjugal felicity.
Tho reception was a popular social
oycnt und wiil bo a pleasant reminder to
all thoso who wero accorded the pleasure
of boing present and enjoying the hos
pitalllty of Mr. and Mre. Daum and their
22 lbs for $1
25 lbs for 1
High School Items.
John Potter presided over tho Cicero
class last Friday. ,
Tho arithmetic class have nearly com
pleted thoir work.
The whispers were not required to re
port Monday night.
On tho approach of the teachpr this
spook was soon carried away,
A genorul examination in arithmetic
will be given to tho fifth room some
time noxt weok.
Tho fifth room is not the most punc
tual room of tho schools having eleven
tardiea out of fourteen in tho entire
Two seniors ransacked tho gallory and
found an old drefs form, probably used
uy me ivs in union times placing It on
tho platform it produced a great uproar.
Ono young man while throwing kisses
at a lady waa caught" in tbo act and re
ceived Buch a number of stinging slspa
he will not be liablo to repoat the per
formance very soon.
A tardy meeting of clevon convened at
the Buporintendent'a office last Monday
night to givo un account of themselves. '
Each scholar gave about as many ex
cuses as he could Invent.
Again we noto the chemistry class re
ceiving moro apparatuses. , By this time
they have every thing theyneed, have
divided tho claoH in sections and com
mencing work in earnest to day.
The superintendent will have a party
for his teachorH and tho senior grado
next Tuesday evening at tho Holland
house. Tho seniors are gathering their
lost thoughts to present that ovening in
the shape of a toast.
A very unjustly accusation was made
that somo one had beon stealing ooal
from the school which would reflect on
the good earn taking of the janitor. -Foe
the benefit of ell concerned we wiebr t4
expose tho falsity of this statement.
Thursday afternoon the chemistery
labaratory was turned info a kind of
nunnery, the boys 6f that'clasa were re
fused entrnnco, two of them though,
broke in and received about the mbm
reception, au Diana gave young Actteon,
in old Grecian times; fortunately the
boys retained their natural shape.
Hlf ht it tfonors-WrM Falft
MOST PERFECT MADE.
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from Ammonia, Alum or any other tdulterar
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