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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, OCT. 9, 1896.
Wrote the iwrll of Hood's Harnatiarllla !"'
thf, pfrfoet, in-rnaiif til Cures.
urea of scrofula la mest forms, Ilk
goitre , iwc llwi nwk, running sores, tilp
tfitr-Mt, sore la MM f y.
urea of tell BtMuia, with lt Intent rfclilng
ad barala "'. bl " "
urea f Roll, rtapta, atwl n oUvor r-
M dM to hap. Mtod.
uros of Iyppla Mrl thr trnntilet wUrs
a tMd uteMMh tonta wm no)d.
fjMfoa HlKMiuktMia, wbfre Italian wsrsuli-
abl to wtk r walk fur fMln,
ures of Catarrh lesipr-lllng the ImpnrltUit
natoh mm u.a mislalB tl rilotOM.
Mra of NtrTiiiimM by tiriirly toning ami
footling the rrf upon inr blnotl.
uraa of That Tired ruling by restoring
strength. nd for book of cures j
To C. I. Hood 81 Co., I'roprletori, l.owell.Masi.
. mil are the best after-dinner
HOOd 8 PlllS pills aid digestion. 26c.
nabacrlpllM, tl Per Annua
rUfclf lat A4vau
Bnttroa at tho rotl Ufflea In Kad Cloud, Nnb,
m bb&II mail rof the second data
A. C. Hosmbb, Ultor.
LabotTait. Ami. local Kdltor.
IW01V OB3ULATI0K 1,300.
GARRET A. 1IOBAUT.
JOHN II. MacCOLL.
For Lieutenant Governor,
For Secretary of Statu,
,IOKL A. PIPER.
For Com. Public Lands ami Ruildings,
11. C. RUSSELL.
For Auditor Public- Accounts,
PETER O. HEDLUN').
C. K CASEY.
For Attorney General,
A. S. CHURCHILL.
For Superintendent ot Instruction,
HENRY R. COR1IETT.
For Recent of University,
V. C. WHITMORE.
For Judges Supremo Court,
M. R. KINKA11)..
For Presidential Electors,
FRANK .1. SADILDK.
J. K. Hour.
A. .1. HURNHAM,
A. O. FOSTER.
G. A. DERBY,
J. L. MoPHEELY,
M. L. FRIESE.
For Congress Fifth District,
For Ucprt.scntatlo 44th district,
IRVINMS W. CRARY.
For Representative 46th district,
For County Attorney,
Tke Pops Hold Forth at Inavale.
The people of this city wore much
pleased to hear that theie was going to
be populist io teachings at the school
house last Saturday evening, ami quite
a number of women and children
turned out to hear them, also a few
men, (sixteen voters by actual count,
including the speaker, eleven pops and
li- tepublicaus) but they were largely
in the minority. As it was given out
thnt Prol. WiNon would speak, Tiik
Ciiikk correspondent went early and
.retired a i curved seat. After waiting
quite mi unreasonable length of time
the professor came, accompanied by
his stall, ir. the ladies' Hryan quartet
and Ho.vs Walsh, who seems lo he more
of a favorite among the ladies than his
partner, Richmond, .lames Populi-t
Hale took tho chair and called on Die
(iiiarlett to sing, which th'v did er
creditably to themselves, r.tu i w Inch a j UCzLjt&r ".,,rclk'f'
I irge, bold-fioed man v,.u utr,iU-. d , fttffRp coinmendeif S.S.S."
(o the auiliencu ns Professor WlNou. 1f'il Yifcy h e anys, "and
Tho profehsor coinnicoced his bar J f ufWJSwBfii9 'cw K)Ule! afford
angnebyaanonnciug tnt tic ,., a . StJISP11 80U,C re!,c,1, lllUH
.1 i i i i , VAiKM!fl'Wrv encouraged I con
repnblu in.an Abiahum Lincoln t-po'- YiPfliSEtSfti? tinned it, .uid
Ucau, and iciying furthei that the' myffi($r it was not long be
aforementioned Abraham Lincoln was J'I$)FP fore the progTtiwof
At that moniculooUng down in dnep . ... f L" i,!f,"eiJ,ccff:
-ympathywith iho fice silver imiim
I'loui inn in: iiu'i'ii run munu uurt c
wmt lurried on that Mibjeet fm mimic
Aflor looking at muos (vt.i itMini't.
ftom UryanV spMi'im! he again ioi
isrmt Uu tdivcr quaUn:i i- I struggn n
alotig f n time tioiii tu j i , ,.,, ,
plotoly lot 'b,it in- in h',i. tf-Untf ii
itrj'(HH) In tb.- ii.uii" Ii ni i l i
it 'l.w pn- r i fit '
dollar wlver pleci; vl
had to rcsoit to lli van's sprnchch.
After lie had hammered away for
tliout an lioiir lions Walsh gavu him a
iwlft look anil he subsided, hut not
until ho had given the atidlenco to
iinder.ilanil that ho was n great scholar
and had given them some points on
some e ght or ten different branches of
study, including philosophy.
Ross Walsh sat near with ready
hands to start the cheering at the right,
moment, but somehow thu people
failed to respond. Morn especially was
this noticed when the Prof, was telling
them about the crime of '73. Somo of
the poor Ignorant people up hot o whom
this gieat man would teach wonder
why Mich a scholar as he Ik should
stick to the republican parly and know
nothing of the crime of '?!) until i!.'l
yeais afterward, and then have to be
told by Hilly Hryan.
The Prof, Is no doubt, a smart man,
probably a good teacher in public
schools, certainly a gentleman, but us
a public speaker he is the most hideous
failure that it has ever been the lot of
the Inavale people to hour, and the re
publicans are only hoping that he will
be kept ut it until he turns every pop
vote to the republican side. Surprise
is everywhere manifested, however,
that a principal of schools, a man sup
posed to be strictly non-partisan in his
teachings, should be going out into the
field and laboring for free silver and
repudiation, It will bo well for the
people of Red Cloud who do not want
their children's minds polluted to look
well after this man. Geo. MeCrary had
better look out too, or he will not re
ceive the nomination for county super
intendent again with this man in the
Held of politics.
As soon as the Prof, sat down Mr.
Windy Jennings Vance immediately
rose and turned himself loose on the
political question without even as
much as saying, by your leave. He
made one or two rank statements (hat
were immediately contradicted by old
republicans, but after recovering from
them he soared still higher and wider
waving his anus around romanced,
"In 1802 the republicans put a plank
in thalr platform in favor of sympathy
for home rulo In Ireland that pleased
me, later the democrats introduced a
similar plauk that pleased me, but now
(here lie grew very tragic)l am in favor
of home rule in this country" At
this point he gasped for breath, and
Lou Olnistead who was sitting quite
near remarked quite audibly, "You
forget you are married Jim." This
was too much for James, lie got mo
red that even his hair and whiskers
turned red and he quietly sal down
amid the applause that followed.
After lite liryau quartet had sang an
other sweet ditty they proceeded to or
ganize a Hryan club by electing Clias.
Towuscud, J. P. Hale and .1. W. Vance
chairman; A. I), Ward, secretary, and
II. 11. Holdrcdgc, treasurer. Wm.
Irons got disgusted and left before the
meeting was out, leaving only ten to
join the Hryan club, live besides tho of
lieers They agreed to meet every
Tuesday evening, Hoss Walsh agreeing
to send a speaker, but they were care
ful not to invite Prof. Wilson again.
As they closed Henry 1J. Simons pro
posed tbreo cheers for Hryan but he
could not say farther, tor up here they
doul know whether they are for Sowall
or Watson. The cheers were faintly
given hut were completely drowned
out be cheers for .MeKinley and the
other crowd. Uv Gosn.
Good health In our pai In at present.
Our creek was well presented at
Lebanon on last Thursday al thu
Mrs. W. 11. Rosoncraus was on sick
list, last week, though is bettar
His Lip Gone.
M. M. Nicholson, who lives at the
corner of Curran and Anderson Sts., At
lanta, -Ga., had a cancer for years.
It firs-t appeared on his lip nnd resem
bled a fever blister, but spread rapidly
and soon began to destroy the tlcsh.
His father and uncle hail died from
Cancer, and he sought the best medical
aid in different cities, hut it seemed im
possible to check the disease. Several
operations were performed hut the can
cer always returned. This continued
for years until the partition in his nose
ami ins entire up-
per lip were eaten
away. All treat
ment having moved
nunc, uc looKeti
... M.. ,. - I . -, I
. f T i inxm death mi the
' use, and remarkable m it may seem, I
am completely 'cured, and feel like I
ham new life. S.S.S. is the most re
'in likable remedy in the world, and
! rvervotii! will iurtff flint tin run ic;i4 .1
wonderful one '
A Real Bloocl Remedy,
1 Ciiiio-r m mi ili,. ' 1, . ,il nml it is folly
to expect 1111 (in it .1 11 to v ure it. S S.ii.
1 (,' mutt at p u ' ,' I ', ) is
'.incil" for 1 i 1 . 1.1 the
1... 11. o. . : .
i."M'l i?(IHUU 'vj
u., At inniii. t.
g vTn f
?$ h$ hz$
The club meeting at Pleasant Dale
was well attended last Saturday night
to hear the Hon. Dr McKeeby and
Thete was preaching at Ml. Hope
last Sunday night by Robt. Wcltz the
pastor of their church.
Mr.O. A. Provalt, Lelth Fitzgerald
and Geo. Hutchinson of Red Cloud
have gone aouth prospecting.
Mr. Hlack of Norton county, Kansas,
passed through here last week ac
companied by others. Mr Rudd and
Mr. Hail stopped off two or three days
to visit their old friend Mr. Scrivner.
Miss Edllb Serlvner ia visiting in
Red Cloud and Mint Dolly Davis also
Miss Potter Is attending school in
Miss Li.xiu Hnrrett of Red Cloud
was visiting In these pacta last week
The Mt. Hope school is in a very pros
perous condition under the manage
ment of their farmer taachar, Mr. Gro.
Evans of Gaylord, Kansas.
Old Uncle Tommy Ryan who has
been in very poor health is repcrtud as
Mrs. R. C. Wilson is around again
and health improving.
The Shakers ot Mount Lebanon, a
community of simple, honest, God
fearing men and women, have prepar
ed thu Shaker Dlgostivo Cordial for
many years, and It is always thu same,
simple, honest, curatlvo medicino that
has helped to mako tho Shakers the
healthy, long lived people that they
ara. The Shakers never have indigos
tioa. This is partly owing to their
slmplo mode of life, partly to the won
derful properties of Shaker Digestive
Cordial. Indigestion is caused by the
stomach glands not supplying enough
digestive juice. Shaker Digestive Cor
dial supplies what's wanting. Shaker
Digestive Cordial invigorates tbo
stomach and all its glands so that after
awhile they don't need help. As evi
dence of tho honesty ot Shaker Diges
tive Cordial, tho formula is printed on
every bottle. Sold by druggists, price
10 cents to 91.00 per bottle.
Mr. Al Reed received the sad news
that his mother who resides in Illinois
died last Friday.
The populists held a meeting at the
G. A. R. hall Saturday evening. J. O.
Martin and A. D. Ranncy of Hluo Hill
wcro tho speakers of the evening. No
disturbance of tho meeting except a
light, on tho outside between two pop
The second round-about took place
the other day between Wm. Horrigan
and V. S. Hall in which tho former got
the game and the latter was left to hold
Albert Hanks who has been stopping
in Iowa is visiting with his parents Mr.
and Mrs. John Hanks.
Mr. Ray of Illinois is spending a few
days with his sister Mrs. Householder
and liia brother A. M. Ray of this
Ira Douglass witli his family expects
to move to Kansas the latter part of
this week wlieru ho goes to take charge
of Guild As Co's. ranch.
E. W. Tnttle has been quite sick dur
ing the past two weeks but is now con
valescent. Mrs. J. G. Oriulort ami Mrs. Dr.
Harris of Campbell were doing some
trading in this city one day last week.
You will tind R. Tibhett. these days
in his shop busy making wagon boxes.
The rise in price of wheat has in
duced quite a number of our fanner
to haul theirsurplus.
The Woodmen held forth Tuesday
evening to initiate a couple of appli
cants Deafness Cannot bo Cured
Hy locul applications, as they can
not reach the diseased portion of the
ear. Thero is otilv one way to cure
deafness, anil that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is caused by an in
llamctl condition of tho mucous lining
of t Is o Eustachian Tube. When this
tube gets inllatncilyou have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when
it is entirely closed deafness is the re
sult, and unless the iullammatlou can
bo taken out ami this tube restored to
its normal condition, hearing will be
tlestrojod forever; nine cases out often
are caused by catarrh, which is noth
lug but iutlamed condition of the
Wo will give One Hundred Dollars
for tiny case of deafness (caused bv
I .... .
i cauiTiiiuui' cannot tic cuicil Dv HuU'd
Catarrh Cure. Scud for circuhu.-,,
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Pupils perfect, in .iiltuidanca aud
punctuality duriiig lirst mouth of
school aruns follows'
IUth Guadk Lucy Giuber, Mablo
Howard, Jessiu Kellogg, Ada Skj.'lver,
11th (iiK Maud Murrll, Herbert
Cook, .Mautl Miller, Edward Cook,
Sadie Overiug. Paul Dickson, t'liarluv
10th Giiadi; Floitiuoo Cotiing, Lot
tie D.-acon, Gi uigie Etiotl, IJeltui Ful
ler. Kl. neiice Fuller, Myia t.illVeth,
Hi 1 i'ii Laihiim, LuiNa Miiiiek,
I' 'nl 'n-e I'll'lel, J io Nuriis, Lueia
P inn Hi, P tu! P.i..', (in. a Reed, lit r
Mo. unit, siiitej Mi.ih-ir. Rnliiiiil
lllliiclie, R. .I:iii Young.
Orn liKviiR am Foatur, Ethel Hijs
on r, Otiiud .Mi lir II my Young,
Mrs, Anna Gage, wife of Ex
Deputy U. S, Marshal,
Columbuf, Kin., tiyn
"I was delivered
of TWINS in
lesa than SO min
utes and with
scarcely any pain
after using only
two bottles of
DID NOT BOTFEB AFTSBWABD.
ir-Hflnttir KipraMorroall.onrac.lpt of crtco.
SIM prr liotlle. Uook "TO MOTIiKHS"
niallcil i roe,
UrUllKIM.i) HEflUUTOR CO., ATLANTA, 6A.
SOLD UV ALL imUUGISTS.
Lawrence Pierce, Grace Kellogg, Eddie
Piatt, Lavina Morrison, Sherwood
Albright, Mary Miksch, Evn Foster,
Joe Ncsbltt, Nellie, Fort, Pay no
Jessie Henderson, Ll.iu Pondextcr,
Agnes Hrown, Emma Polnicky, Etta
Hughes, Blanch Winfrey, Mahal Wells,
Mr. Archie Martin started to school
The Misses Amanda Marcclte, Min
nio Harrington, Rose Keeker and
Alphosino Demurs have entered the
high school this week.
The framo school house from district
No. 2 was brought down last week and
placed east of tho high school build
ing. It is being fixod up this week.
Room No. 1 will occupy it. Room No.
4 will occupy tho room vacated by the
lirst room. Two of the grades of tho
high school will occupy the fourth
room. This will give great advantages
to tho high school pupils.
The old and tiresome rule was put on
the high school Monday to restrain
Tho boys had quite a time hooting at
Mr. Scummon Wednesday ut recess,
and he got tho better of some of them.
On account of tho speaking of Gov.
Holcomb tho attendance was rather
small Wednesday afternoon.
Messrs. Rev. Crcsmau of Doano Col
lege, Mr. Jackson, candidate for state
superintendent and Mr. Phillips were
visitors of thu high school Thursday.
Rev. Crcsmau led in divine services
and made u speech before the school
which the boys and girls heartily ap
plauded. Fads in Modicino.
There are fads in medicine as in
everything else and a "new thing" fru
quently sells for a short time dimply
because it is new. Hut in medicine, as
in nothing else, thu people demand and
will be satisfied only with positive,
absolute merit. Thu fact thai Hood's
Sarsaparilla has stood its ground
against all competition, and its sales
have never wavered but have remained
steadily at the top, demonstrates, be
yond any doubt, the intrinsic virtues
of this medicine. The new things have
come and gone but Hood's Sarsu-
parilla rests upon the solid foundation
of absolute merit ami its power to cure,
and its sales coutinue to be the largest
in the world.
A republican caucus for the lirst mid
second wards will lie held at the lire
man's hall onTuestla,), October Kith,
at TiltO p. in , to nominate city ticket.
Bo Suro Yoa Aro Bight.
And then go ahead. If your blood is
impure, your appetite failing, your
nerves weak, you may bo suro that
Hood's Sarsaparilla is what you need.
Then take no substitute. Insist upon
Hood's and only Hood's. This is thu
inaiiieine which has the largest sales in
the world. Hood's Sarsaparilla the
One True Ulootl Puriller.
HotiitS Pii.i.n are prompt, ellicicnt,
always reliable, easy to lake, easy to
Uncle C. ('. Coon an old settler and
respected citizen of this county passed
away from this cart li at his homo In
Gitrflfld township on last Sunday. Al
though past eighty years old he carried
his age well ami matiy who had not
known of his being sick were surpmed
to learn of his demise. He was the
father of John and George Coon two
of Wohsiur county's best farmers and
also leaves an agctl wife to mourn his
loss. The ftinur.il services were con
ducted by Rev. Hlaukwell ami all that
was mortal of u kind aud loving hus
band and father were laid to their last
Croup Quickly Curod.
Mountain Glen, Ark. Our child
ren were suffering with croup when
wo received u bottlu of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It affords ulmoia in
stant rellof. F. A. Tiioh.nton. This
celebrated reuiudy foi salo by 11 E.
(I i ice, druggist.
Tho old settlers nnunal picnic was
held at the court hou.so on Thursday.
Quito a nunihei of the bo.s who stood
I he hardships of the early day s were
U in li i
E'.iii' im ','. n,
SHERWOOD & ALBRIGHT,
Staple and Faney Groceries.
Iiiilioldl. Minnesota ami Ambov Floor
Chase & Sanborn's Coffees.
FRESH VEGETARLES AND FRUITS OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON.
Now is Your Chance.
My Usual Sall
Remnant Sale of
Saturday, October 1(1.
Somo Bargains in nil gradeH, ospocially
in Pino Gilts.
Cotting's Drug Store.
For your custom. Our platform
Right Prices, Good Goods,
Courteous Treatment, Fair Dealing.
WE SOLICIT YOUR
WATCH, CLOCK and JEWELRY REPAIRING.
When you need anything in our line conio ami see us. If wc
haven't got it wu will get it for you. A written guarantee
with all watch work. Satisfaction guaranteed or
Jewelers and Opticians.
r !::..- -Of :,".. eV:-
Rev A P. Hull formerly pastor of
tho M. K. church of this city, has beon
appointed to tho pastorate of Trinity
M. E. church at Lincoln.
Miss Jessie Dueker gave a poverty
party to a number of her young friends
on last Friday evening at which those
present hail a great time.
A great big republican rally was held
on last Saturday evening at Pappy
Willis' opera house. The inside of the
round house was gaily decorated and
lighted with colored lanterns, Mr'
Willis leaving nothing iindono which
would tend to the comfort of his guests.
Thu S. of V. baud and the Ladies Me
Kinley quartet furnished some splendid
music. Hon. Randolph McNitt was
speaker of the evening anil entertained
the large attendance, in his usiui happy
HBI'nUT !M-' THE CONDITION
PEOPLE'S BANK oi'RED CLOUD
at ItC'l Cluutl, In the Mute of Nclino-lut. nt I lie
I'lonjof litialncr.H eptuiilticr ;iitlit lsfcti.
Loans nml liln'oiiius .Yi.(Vi s
Ou'PlrnfK n'curctl rihI iin-ffiireil Ps ST
foiiiitj mnl city wiirrmits. tiw k'i
IlmiMw; lioii.e fiirnlliiro nml tlztiiroK till ''
t'urioiit uxi'vnCh mnl lines (uilil l.Osti rt
Clirckt autl ottiur ritxh Iiciiih II 25
Dnu front oilier lintluinil,
xtiilu nml prhiilc tumls
mnl limikcm . f IS.Lfi'i W
lllllHuf utlicr luiiiLh . . ll.iAt 00
Nlcklcs nml ccutK 'M '.
LcKitl tcnilcr utiles .. . . 3.000 mi
Totiil cnitli on timiil i."i,H H
Total . fV.HSl TT
CiipliHl mock I'lil.l In ft.s.WW on
fiiillvlitoil iTOfU 7,081 M
linllvliliial ilupoillh mibjecl
toeln'ili .'S.1I7 W
Dt'iiiitnU cerllllealex ofile-
i.iimi S.nvti -21
Tirafet'IllH-ritlnnf dt-ioull 0 10 :I9.M II
TnUil .. .'iS.kS 77
hrTK or NmitiHKi, I .
County of WuLittor. f "
t W. a. Hherwooil, lakhicrnl iliu
ntiotti liiti.U'il ImiiU. do noli'mnl iwnu tliat tin'
itlioi u rlutvuicm tu true to till) I'i'M of my Wtiuvrl
h!k'o anil belief.
(ATtrnTl IV. A biiBiiwoot). t.'uhli'i.
J. t.. Uiskh. Director.
l, II. Minkii, Dltcctor
ttutisrrlljttl h m) nuom to l.tlorti me lliU ."th
(lof Orioher. Irt.).
lUMniM'n MtNiTT. Notary I'libllt'.
M rommllon eiptrlci Miij-.v IW
d In .'I ly.
Morton I,. Ili'l.of l.ebnnt.n, hul., ';
"All Vlf.. llllll ,U ilimi.ltlirj Utl'l!IO'll,r.lIl
in i ery iiiu.i ' wu j-urt, ln-r aurt-ni.
it rrllilt. i i.l ' '.ml, ui.d In.,. 'Kxni
..i ''i ii Hlint'ni I....I J ii-oogitli.iii; hnj
t"- i in rieil tor mi . I,n hi.i1 lu.il elcht
I jiti" "U'lMliH t.ll li i i n , o i.i. in urlll It'll i.
t ' -ii c io. w.s I i I Ui.l. I Hi.
Kur.mtATl'sM. lv ii,VM pouiciliu.. r,
"f .mil tbo wn kbit tu Httlk itl'OUl iii
tl..t . rtnjH. I mil i-Htu t fjiivml lu-r llf.'
h. .i I.i II K. (ire dinj jjist, r5"d i'l..iti.
A GOOD PRACTICE.
If You Want a Good Appetite and Per
After each meal dissolve one or two
of Stuart's Dypopsia Tablets in tho
mouth and, mingling with tho food,
they constitute a perfect digestive,
absolutely safe for the most sunsitivo
They digest thu food beforo it hm
time to ferment, thus preventing tho
formation of gas and keopingtho blood
pure anil f ice from tho poisonus, pro
ducts of fermented, half-digested food.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets make tho
complexion clear by keeping the blood
They increase llesh by digesting
Stuart's DyspepsiaTablets is the only
remedy designed especially for tho
cure of stomach troubles anil nothing
One disease, one remedy, tho suc
cessful physician of to-tlay is tho
specialist, the successful medicino is
nieilicim prepared especially for ono
A whole package taken at ono time
would not hurl you, but would simply
ho n waste of good material. J
Ovorsix thousand men nml women
in the state of Michigan alone linvo
been cured of indigestion nnd dyspep
sia by the use of Siuiut's Dyspepsia
Sold by all druggists tit AO cents per .
Send for freo book on stomach dis
eases to Stuart Co., Marshall, Mich.
General Kolloy who traveled from
California during tho commonweal
army or Coxy craze upoko at tho court
house hero Thursday night. During
this craze tho populists thought that
this was just thostuirhutiiHMr.Kolloy
does not believe in tholr now cruzo
silver they can't heo auy good in him.
Thosti who were present say that lie Is
ii muu of intelligence uutl a good
Book AgontH Attontion.
Are you selling Metcnlf's life of Hryan
iV Scwall or Hal.stnadH llfo of Mc
Klnleytf Hobartr We give tho very
largest fonimis.sloiis,. Wo give yoi
WO in cash bcsltles. If you soil IWbooks
We pay freight to.uui. Wegivn credit
We snip go.nl.s piomptly. Enij Halt
lead or Moiealf lumk sold iu the conn
ti comes li "in our piiuc. i j t
in auqiiaiu i. uc.ii tluect Ii.-i . tlit
iii'iiiiiliicuiii'is Dm. ..I vi, i ,,t j!,oo
iJiuuts neu beutl si.x cents foi s-
t age ami nitc cNiiresixige. L L Jli-
(Jmi.ai. & Duo., Pniladelphia, Pa.
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