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THE OMAHA DAILY REE: THURSDAY, DKCKMRHlt IS, 1002.
ROMAN FOR CHARITY WORK
Jommlsiioir Connolly Wants ti Add to
Countj'i IiTsi'.igiting Staff.
NO MORE COUNTY AID THROUGH POLICE
M of Charity- ( mmlllpf De.
visions Will Leave Coanty
tare for Police Statloa.
Count yt Commissioner Jsmes V. Connolly,
chairman of the board's chiirity committee,
yesterday declared v himself favorable to
the employment of woman to assist In
Investigating cases submitted for county
Id and further declared hlmaelf unfavor
able to ever again assisting tbe police de
partment of Omaha In charitable work
without first having the county's repre
sentative! Investigate each case or st least
having some reputable acquaintance en
dorse the beneficiary J deserving.
His fellow members of th-5 beard now
stand back to see what will happen next.
They say that the Woman's club now has
James P. where It ran very easily get at
blm, as the board has the right to employ
radically as many persons as It desires
for Its charity corps and nothing stands
In tbe way of the commissioner taking tbe
Initial step toward putting Into effect this
plan he has announced himself as favoring.
Woman's C'lnh quirk to Act.
Connolly first committed himself at a
recent meeting of the political and social
science department of tbe Woman's club.
Ha was urging that the club members as
sist the board's charity committee by In
teresting themselves In those rases where
growing evil surrounded the children of
the destitute In such forms as made it
hard for the men of the charity committee
to attempt to give advice. One woman
promptly demanded to know If It wouldn't
be a good Idea for the county to employ
woman as one of Its Investigators and
there was nothing for the commissioner to
do but admit that It would. The women
aw their opportunity to do a great good
t no greater expense than "resolutlng."
o they promptly "resoluted." At least
the philanthropic committee did and sub
mitted to the club as recomendatlon the
proposal that tbe club call upon tbe county
board to regularly employ a woman to do
nothing but Investigate charity cases.
Commissioner Connolly, having expressed
himself as he did yesterday, it will be
up to him to act, his fellow members say,
when the Womsn's club resolution reaches
tbe board, no matter what the politicians
may have to aay. One of tho commissioners
states that should the board do as asked
It would be the first time so far as he
knows that a Nebraska county has regu
larly employed a woman to probe Into
the borne surroundings and conditions of
the destitute. The salary of the man now
employed in such work Is $50 per month.
Last winter there were two men, but later
the force was cut down, leaving but one
besides the county storekeeper.
bats Oat Police Department.
Of the other matter Commissioner Con
nolly said: "Not another pound goes out
of the county store except for cases In
vestigated by the county's employes or
recommended by cltlsens known to us ai
reputable and well Informed. If we haven't
enough Investigators of our own we will
put on more, as the law doesn't limit us
In that matter. Two policemen, I under
stand, havs been commissioned to round up
the city and see where the needy cases
re. Tbe county storekeeper will not ac
cept their report as bis official guide and
not again will we permit charity stores to
go out of the county store for the police
station by the wagon load. Last year th
supplies so furnished amounted to 110,000
In cost and some of It may have gone to
emergency cases which the city is sup
posed to care for at Its own expense. The
city first got, to drawing on us during the
smallpox epidemic, and failed to let up
when the epidemic waa relieved. We won't
let anyone suffer, but hereafter we will
be Mlssourlans and must be shown In every
Instance. As for any. politics there may
be In It, we have fences of our own to
keep In shape."
THE DOCTORS AGREE.
Two Physicians Both Asiree on the
Slew Bcleutiae Dandruff Treatment.
Dr. J. M. Powell of Spokane, Wash., says:
"Herplctde has given good satisfaction in
my family for dandruff."
Dr. W. O. Alban of Walla Walla., Wash.,
ays: "I find Herplctde all that Is claimed
for It as a dandruff cure. I shall prescribe
It." Dandruff Is germ disease and you
can't cure It unless you kill the dandruff
germ; aud you can't do that unless you use
Newbro's Herplctde, the only preparation
In tbe world that destroys the parasites. A
delightful hair dressing; allays Itching In
stantly, makes hair gloaay and soft aa silk.
It Is sure dandruff destroyer.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS IN SESSION
ehoel of Instruction for Depntles In
lowat ana Nebraska
A deputies' school of instruction of the
Royal Neighbors of Amerlcs, embracing
the states of Nebraska and Iowa bcan
In this city yesterday In the parlors of
the Millard hotel. The school Is being at
tended by the lesdlng deputies of tbe or
der from these states snd will continue
until Thursday afternoon.
The sessions opened by an adirea of
welcome delivered by Supreme Oracle Mrs
B. D. Watt of this city, whl'h was re
sponded to by Dr. Cora Wlttlch of Des
Moines, who is supervisor deputy for the
two states. In the afternoon medical In
struction waa given the deputies by
Dr. Susan McO. Snyder, supreme physl
etsn, of Council Bluffs, after which papers
were read by prominent members of tbe
Last evening the deputies present vis
ited the office ef the supreme oracle, after
which they attended a lodge session of
Ivy Camp No. I. Thuraday'a session will
be continuance of the program, the
principal feature of which will be a de
bate en tbe question, "Should the Bylaws
be Amended to Admit aay While Woman?"
The affirmative will be presented by Mrs.
Josie Brlggs of Sheldon, la., snd Mrs. Car
rie Boughner of Cereaeo, Neb.: tbe negative
by Mrs. Amy Teel and Mies Kate Traver.
STEEL TRUST CLOSES PLANT
ye Bis; Factory at High Price,
bat Probably Will Sot
ALBANY: N. T. Dec. IT The Breaker
Island Steel plant, formerly the property
of the Troy bteel company, has been pur
chased by the United States Steel corpora
tion for tt.60fl.0O0.
In all probability the works will not be
Roooe to I so Tunnel.
NEW TORK. Dee. 17 Comptroller Orout
announce.! today that the Krle and Inla
ws re. 1-mkawann A Western rallrn-i.ls
would enter New York through the New
York and New Jersey tunnel, for which
the Board of Aldermen granted a franrh
yesterday after voting In favor of th Penn
sylvania tunnel. The terminal of the tun
Al to this ciif wUl be a large atatiua
between Hudson street and the North river,
rear ChrtstriphT street, CnmptrolW Orout
aid he had 'be miiSt reliable Information
that the rspltallne behind the New York
and New Jersey Tunnel companv were th
owners of the Erie and Urkatint roads.
CATTLE DIE J5Y HUNDREDS
riaM laeal to terminate Water
Hyacinths Kills Lire Stork
TALLAHASSJE. Fla.. Dec. 178. 3. Pll
burn of Palatks, Fla., wires that the fluid
used by the Vnlted States authorities In Ita
efforts to kill the water hyacinths In the
St. Johns river is dally causing the deaths
of hundreds of rattle on the ranges border
ing these waters.
BARGE BREAKS FROM ITS TOW
Goes to the Bottom, Carrjlaar
vrlth It Crew
CAPE VINCENT. N. T.. Dec. 17 Barge
Isaac Stevenaon of Ogdenaburg broke from
its tow In the terrific gale on Lake On
tario, ten miles west of here, and it Is
feared has gone to the bottom with the
crew of six.
TINY GENERAL IS DEAD
Japanese Midget Two Feet One Inch
Ulan Passes Away at Sew
NEW TORK. Dee. 17. General Peanuts,
for a number of years midget clown con
nected with Barnum's and Forepaugh
Sells, waa found dead In bed today. He was
Jap, 31 years old and two feet one Inch
RED CLOUD, Neb.. Deo. 17. (8peclal.)
News was received here last evening of the
death of one of Red Cloud's former young
men, Oscsr Patmor, which occurred at Fall
brook, Cal., of consumption. He was 35
years oid and resided here nearly all his
life. He was msrrled In this city In Novem
ber, 1900, and shortly after moved west for
Guarded by Veterans.'
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 17. The body of
General George Moorman will be taken to
the Memorial hall this evening, where It
will lie In state, guarded by veterans. The
funeral will take place at 3 tomorrow
afternoon, from the hall, and all veterans
have been Invited to attend.
Mrs. Mary Ballorh.
SAVANNAH, Ga., Deo. 17. Mrs. Mary
Bulloch, widow of the late Dr. W. O. Bul
loch, who waa relative of President Roose
velt, died here today of pneumonia.
Mother and Child,
are both benefited when tbe nursing
mother uses Malt-Nutrlne as part of ber
dally meals. Malt-Nutrlne Is food
drink with unexcelled tonic properties,
and easily assimilated. Very generally
prescribed by physicians. Druggists sell
It. Prepared only by Anheuser-Busch
Brewing Ass n., St. Louis, V. 8. A.
Goes to Canadian Pad a?.
MONTREAL. Dec. ,18. W. R. Mclnnes
has been appointed freight t radio manager
of the Canadian Pacific railroad, with office
at Montreal. Mr, Mclnnes was formerly
assistant freight traffic manager of western
lines, with offices at Winnipeg.
Lee Broken by Coasters.
Mrs. Irwin of 1J04 South Twenty-eighth
street was run Into by a party of boys
coasting down the incline at Twenty-eighth
and Poppleton avenue last night and now
lies st her son's residence, lit Bouth Twenty-eighth
street, suffering from a broken
leg. It seems that she was unaware of the
sled's approach until It was rinse upon her.
Bhe stopped, hesitated and then darted for
ward again, trying to cross In front of it.
The boys st the same time turned, thinking
to pass her, snd would have done so had
she remained where she was.
Captain Haae's Father Dies.
Captain Hase of 'the police department
has gone to Pellu, la., where, according to
Information received by the captain In a
telegram, his father died during the after
noon. Mr. Hase received two messages,
the first saying his father had met with an
accident and the second giving notice of
his death. The lder Mr. liuse was M years
of sue. Sergeant Hudson will be In charge
of the night shift during the captain'a ab
sence. J. Rem Gets Damnsres. .
PARIS. Dec. 17.-J. Relff. the American
Jockey, was today awarded $200 damages
by the Ninth correctional tribunal In hla
case against the Vleau Orand, arising from
that paper's charges that the Jockey pulled
Saint Saulge. r
Members and former members of the
choir of Trinity cathedral are requested by
the choirmaster to attend the funeral serv
Ices of Dean Fair at t o'clock this after
noon. T?itVr"Mrr"nl,I,n' who rooln" 1 uh
Thirteenth streets, came under the official
ZjZl. w" - ,na Pee department last
n ght by offering for sale a photogrsph
in- ,Tun ,.he "" ! making conflict- ,
iZZJrf y Officer Bloom In
regard to the same. He was arrested. '
Between all points on the Burlington Route west of the Missouri River, within 200 miles of selling station.
Alsovery low rates on the Burlington Route, east of Missouri River.
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DISCREDIT NEW YORK STORY
Striken Do Not Belise Mr. Harriman it
Oppoging President Bart
SUSPECT SCHEME T FORCE COMPROMISE
Inlon Men gay They Will Sever Con.
sent to Any Decree of rierework
ad Mast Hare Advance
"We take no stock whatever In tbe re
port that Mr. Harriman la antagonising
President Burl In plan of tbe latter to
settle this strike," said a nromlnent strike
leader In reference to the special dispatch
from New Tork to the effect that President
Burt wss anxious to effect some kind of
terms of settlement, but was opposed by
Mr. Harriman, who was averse to settling
with the strikers. Several representatives
of tbe machinists, boiler mskera and black
smiths expressed similar views to the one
"It looks mighty strange," said one,
"that Mr. Harrtman and Mr. Burt would
exchange places on this proposition In so
short lime. It Is notable fact, with us
who have Indisputable evidence, that Pres
ident Burt was the obstinate one and that
Mr. Harriman favored some sort of settle
ment. We also know, as has been published,
that the only steps ever taken looking to
possible settlement the conference be
tween our men end Mr. Burt last Saturday
-were taken at the special request of Mr.
Harriman. Mr. Harriman plainly signified
his desire to have matters straightened up
by requesting that conference. In all Mr.
Harriman'a communications over the en
gine controversy be has manifested an un
mistakable aversion to prolonging this
strike or having It spread to the Southern
Pacific system, as be seems convinced It
will do If he does not withdraw his en
gines from the t'nlon Pacific, as demanded
by us. It looks to us If this story of
Harriman opposing Burt In the tatter's effort
to bring matters to an end Is premedi
tated scheme of throwing us off the track
and giving prestige to President Burt when
he returns to Omaha, no doubt to resume
negotiations with us. There Is no doubt
In our minds tbst It has been decided In
New York to effect settlement If possible
for the protection of the company's inter
ests, but to hold out for compromise Just
as long aa possible. We believe that Is the
No Piecework and More Wages.
Regarding compromise, representatives
of the three crafts were asked what would
be their attitude toward such proposi
tion. The answer was unanimous.
"There will be no compromise. We will
have nothing to do with piecework. That
decision Is Irrevocable. We suppose the
plsn will be to compromise by securing our
agreement to the partial Introduction of
tbe piecework system, and then making
some concessions and . withholding others
on the wage scsls, but If this Is the scheme
It must fall. We will not listen to any
compromise to do piecework."
Asked if they would return to work at
their old rate of pay with tbe understand
ing that piecework waa not to be adopted,
leaders ef the strike said:
"No. Roads all over the country have
been Increasing the wages of their em
ployes since we were locked out snd w
would not agree to go back to work for
the same wsgea we were getting when we
quit. For that matter, President Burt has
given u his word that be wants to pay
just as much as other roads and would not
ask the men to work (or less than they
could get elsewhere. Tbst looks like pretty
good assurance that we would not have to
content ourselves with our old wages."
Largest Gan In the World.
The new sixteen-lnch gun recently built
for the United States government, besides
being the Isrgest In the world, Is the most
powerful weapon ever devised by man.
The most reliable medicine ever devised
by man Is Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, In
troduced over fifty yeara ago as cure for
nausea, heartburn, belching, Indigestion,
dyspepsia or malaria. Don't fail to try It,
also obtain copy of our 1903 Almanac
from your druggist. It Is tree.
SENDS TREATY TO "SENATE
President Trnnsmlte Cnban Doemaeat
to the Upper House of
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17. The .president
sent to the senate today the reciprocity
treaty recently negotiated between the
United States and Cuba, T,he treaty waa
received by the senate In executive session
and was referred to the committee on for
eign relations without being read. It la
stated that the treaty does not concern
the disposition of the Isle of Pines.
Hnron Opera Honse,
HURON, S. D., Dec. IT. (Special Tele,
gram.) The Grand opera house, owned by
W. L. Miner, was destroyed by fire to
night; loss. 325,000; only small Insurance.
The first floor was occupied by Nets Paul
son, merchant tailor, and B. N. Healey.
baker and ronfectloner. They saved most
of their goods. In the second story wss
Dr. Woods' office snd parlors; he lost part
of his llbrery. Instruments snd furnlshinsv
Adjoining was the Western Union tele
grsph office; Instruments snd fixtures de
stroyed. North Bros. Theater company was
playing In the house this week. Much of
the special scenery, wardrobes, etc., were
lost. Most of the Insurance on the opera
house expired a few days since. The city
fire) depsrtment, assisted by the department
from the Chlcsgo Northwestern comrsny,
did good work. There was no wind and
roofs of nesrby building mere covered with
snow, thus saving the business portion of
the city. Tbe Bre originated In the fur
COURT WILLN0T INTERFERE
Colorado Tribunal Refuses Mamlamna
Asked for In Contested Flee
DENVER, Colo.. Dec. 17 The court of
appeals today dismissed the writ of manda
mus granted by District Judge Falmer re
quiring the State Board of Canvassers to
certify the election of C. A. Copper, re
publlcsn. Instead of J. T. Whltelaw, demo
crat, as representative from San Juan
county, holding that the courts had no
right to Interfere thus with executive offi
cers In the performance of their duties.
This decision has an important bearing
on the election of a Vnlted States senator,
aa it leaves the State Bosrd of Canvassers
at liberty lo seat two democrats whose
eats had been contested.
If certificates are given to both demo
crats, the house will consist of thirty
three republlcsns and thirty-two democrats,
and tbe democrats are hopeful that with a
mijortty of only one the republicans will
be thwarted In their attempt lo unseat the
democratic members from Arapahoe county
and thus secure majority on Joint ballot.
ATTORNEY JEROME AROUSED
Itesents Criticism of Ills Recent
Action AKnlnst the Gnmblere
of Jlew York.
NEW YORK, Dec. 17 District Attorney
Jerome, In an Interview today, spoke of
the stand taken by the newspapers on his
recent actions against alleged gamblers.
He said be did not object to personal criti
cisms, but he eald:
"When they question my honesty and
Jeopardize the cause, I will proceed crimi
nally against the managing editors and
If necessary make arrests."
VANDERBILT ISN0T SO WELL
Ills Temperature la Still High and
the Doctor Ilecomes I'n.
NEW YORK. Dec. 17. When Dr. Austin
Fllne left the home of Cornelius Vanderhllt
today be said there bad been no change in
the condition of the patient.
He refused to say what his temperature
was, but said it had not fallen during the
night. His heart, he said, was all right,
but he declined to say whether complica
tions had set In.
GENERAL SWAYNE IS DYING
Distinguished Wnr Veteran Mrs
Seriously III at ew
NEW YORK. Ded. 17. General Wager
Bwayne, who. has been ill for some time.
Is now sinking rapidly.
General Ewayne served wltt distinction
In the civil war, being breveted major gen
eral for gallant and meritorious services,
nd retired from tbe United Ststes army
KILLS HIMSELF AND WIFE
Jealous gt. Joseph Man I.les In Walt
to Shoot Woman lie
ST. JOSEPH, Dec. 17 John V. Williams
fatally wounded his wife and killed hlm
aelf by shooting tonight.
He lay In wait tor her an hour and fired
the shot because of Jealousy.
COREA MUST PAY ITS DEBT
Cnlteri States Minister Demands Pay
ment of One nnd a Half
ST. PETERSBURG. Dec. 17 It Is an
nounced from Seoul that the Vnlted
8tstes minister has demanded the pay
ment of $1,600,000 due to the builders of
the electric railroad.
Kew Trial for Ilon-nrd.
FRANKFORT, Ky., Dee. 17.-The eowrt
of appeals has BTantert James Howard a
new trial. Howard, who is under wntenre
of life Imprisonment for the Ooebel murder,
has already been tried twlee.
Stricken with Apoplexy.
NEW REDFORD, Mass . pec. 17. Former
State's Attorney Hosea M. Knowlton, whn
waa stricken with apoplexy on December
s, is not expected to survive tho day.
!Fi6" fill Elilifeyg
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WOULD PROVIDE FREER CASH
Legislators Introduce Bill for Elastic Cur
rency iu Honse and Senate.
AUTHORIZE EXTRA BANK NOTE ISSUES
Provision Is Made to Safeguard Nation
Asrnlnst Loss hy Inereaseit De
posit and In One t'nse -Small
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17.-Renresenttlv
Fowler, chairman of the house commlttoo
on banking and currency. Introduced a
bill today, drawn in accordance with the
views of republican members expressed at
recent conferences, which will be urged
Instead of the currency bill reported to
the house last session.
The bill provides "that any nrtlonal
bsnk, with the approval of the committee
cn currency, may take out for Issue and
circulation national bank notes not ex
ceeding 25 per cent of its paid up and un
impaired capital without depositing United
These notes are to bo furnished by the
United 8tates, at tho expense of the banks,
In denominations of $10 and multiples
As a guaranty the banks are called upon
to deposit In the treasury United States
bonds or gold coin equal to 6 per cent of
the notes so taken out, but Interest on
thene bonds Is to be paid to the bsnk de
A tsx of one-quarter of 1 cent Is to be
paid in gold on the average amount of
not.s in circulation during the preceding
six mouths, which tax, together with the
6 per cent deposited. Is to constitute a
Provision Is also msde for the redemp
tion of the notes and the protection of the
United States In case a bank falls.
Depevr Also Moves,
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17 Senator Depew
today introduced a bill authorising the Is
suance of emergency currency by the
Treasury depsrtment. It provides that
such currency shall be supplied to any na
tional bank with a capital of not less than
$r.0,000 to the extent of 50 per cent of the
bank's capital. The extra capital is, how
ever, to be supplied only In esse of a
stringency In the money msrket sufficiently
stringent to jeopsrdlze values and Imperil
cls truly as a Laxative.
Syrup of Figs appeals to the culture J rrul the
well-informed and to the healthy, because its com
ponent parts are simple and wholesome and be
cause it acts without disturbing the natural func
tions, as it is wholly free from every objectionable
quality or substance. In the process of
. . ... 3Trb.rcigco.
MjisviII, Ky. new Vbrk. N.Y.
For ! by ell drui'ata. Price, fifty ccrvta per bottle.
tho commercial and business interests of
ASSISTS SOLDIER ATHLETES
Secretory of Wnr Issues Orders Kn
rnarnjtlns Contests Between
WASHINGTON. Dec. 17. Tho secretary
of war has approved a recommendation
made by General Randall, commanding the
Department of the Columbia, that officers
and men be granted permission to visit
other posts to take part in athletic con
tests. Such permission will not be consid
ered as a leave of absence, but will be
noted on the returns In tbe ssme manner
as t-bsence with permission to hunt.
The secretary has also approved a rec
ommendation that an annual department In
field cports be held, on condition that such
contests be without expense to the govern
ment. This action Is in line with the pol
icy of the War department that proper
provision be made In each of the military
departments for a course of systematic in
struction In athletic exercises.
CUSTOMS SEIZE DIAMONDS
firms Worth Many Thousand Dollars
t'onflsrated by Authorities In
WASHINGTON. D?c. 17 The special
agent stationed at El Paso, Tex., has re
ported to the secretary of the treasury a
seliure of diamonds worth $24,000, which It
Is "lalmed were smuggled from England via
New York. Tbe jewels have been placed
In th custody of the collector of customs
at El Paso pending a hearing.
Amont tho articles was a diamond neck
lace containing 192 gems, mostly smalt, ami
another was a brooch containing 600 small
diamonds. It Is understood that an El Paso
woman and a professional palmist from In
diana are connected with the Jewels,
dominated by the President.
WASHINGTON, Dee. 17. The president
today sent the following nomination to tho
senate: Navy Brigadier General Com
mandant Charles Henry Wood, Marine
corps, to be major general.
May Trade Public I.nnds.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 17. The house
committee on public lands today authorized
favorable report on the bill authorizing
the secretary of the Interior to exchange
vacant public land, arid or semi-arid, mln
manufacturing tips are used, as they are
pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal
virtues of Syrup of Fips are obtained
from an excellent combination of plants
known to be medicinally laxative and to
act most beneficially.
To get its beneficial effects buy the
genuine manufactured by the
eral and timbered lands, and not required
for public purposes for private land
granted to railroad companies.
The bill, however, limits the exchanges
so that public land can neither be In
creased nor diminished In each county.
AMENDS PHILIPPINE TARIFF
House Ways and Mrnns Committee)
Authorises Favnrnhle Heport
on the Cooper mil.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 17. Tho bouse ways
and means committee to day authorized a
favorable report of the bill introduced by
Representative Cooper, chairman of the In
sular affairs committee, amendlrg ihe Phil
ippine tariff act so as to provide for a re
duction of the tariff on products of ths Phil
ippines coming Into the United States to 2"
per cent of the existing schedules.
Tbe bill further provides that the rates of
duty which are to be levied upon Thllpplne
products shall be less than any duty paid
upon shipments from the archipelago, under
the acts of the Philippine commission; also
that all articles, the product of tho Philip
pines admitted into the United States free
of duty and coming directly Into the United
States for use and consumption, shall be
exempt from any export du'y In the Phil
ippines. f opyrlarlit Treaty Kestored.
WASHING TON, Dec. 17. Minister Storer
at Madrid has advised the State department
by cable that tho reciprocal agreiment be
tween the United States and Spain for thu
International copyright of 1R?5 has been re
stored to full effect by tho Interchange of
diplomatic notes. The terms of the
proclamation which was Issued by Presi
dent Cleveland in 1895, lapsed during tbe
war with Spain.
hlnn Will Pay In Silver.
WASHINGTON. Dee. 17. Unofficial ad
vices have reached hire that China In
tends to pay the next Installment of the
Boxer Indemnity in silver. China Is driven
to this course by the fact that all its reve
nueu are payable In silver Hnd the grr.it
Internal financial strr-ln makes it lmposni
ble to obtain gold.
nn.'rr Tliirn n I'i.ialrr,
A piece of flannel dampened with Cham
berlain's Pain Balm and bound on the af
fected parts, Is better than a plaster for a
lame back and for pains In the side or
rhest. Pain Italm has no superior as a
liniment for the relief of doep-seate'l.
muscular and rheumatic pains.
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