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Presents In the most eleeftnt form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUB JUIOE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human
system, forming an agreeable
and effective laxative to perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It is the most excellent rftmedy known to
CLE1NSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one Is Uilious or Constipated
PURL BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP,
HEALTH and 8TRENQTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR DRUQOIST FOR
yntJi1 oar1 npxG-o
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL,
tOUISVILLE. AT. NEW YORK. N. T.
Do You Like Soup ?
ask your grocer to f erjfl you a quarter!
pound tin of
All In a dry state. Sold In Europe (manufac
tured there), Asia, Africa and now, by Its own
intrinsic merit, forcing ltselflnlo every city,
town, village and bnmlct in tho United
States. Samples lurnlshed free; lor; which,
uuu price uhi, uuurctH
26 South William Street, NEW YORK CITY.
Try-ILMINGTON NOilTHEKN B. K.
lme table in effect May.V), 1S91.
Trains leave Reading (1'. & It. station) foi
Gibraltar, Seyfcrt, Illraboro, Joanna, Spring
field. WHvnesburz Junction. Coatesvllle.Wesl
Cbester.Chadsford Junction, 11. A O. Junction,
Wllmlnetonund lntermedlole stations. dully
except Sunday, at 6.23 and 1S.80 a.m. and 3.16
p. m. Sunday only at 3.0a p. m.
For Warwick, St, Vetera and Intermediate
statlons.dally except Sunday, at 9.20 a.m., and
6.19 p. m. Sunday only S.1S a, m.
For lilrdsboro and Intermediate stations,
Saturday onlv. at 12 m.
For Baltimore and Washington (B. A O. R.
a.) aairy except eunaay niu.-jnnu o.oii a. in
and 8.15 n. m. Sunday only at 3.03 n. m.
Trains arrive at Heading (P. & It. station)
rroin Wilmington, u. u. junction, Atom
chanln. Cbaddsford Junction. West Chester.
Lenape, Coatesvllle, Waynesbnrg Junction,
Sprlngneld,Joanna, lilrdsboro, Gibraltar, Sey.
fen and Intermediate stations, dally except
nunaay at iv:-v a. m. o.ta ana 8.1 p. m. nua
dav onlv at 11.24 a. m.
From St. l'eters, Warwick and intermedial
( atlons, dally except Sunday, at li.il a. m.
and 2.25 p.m. Sunday only at 6 p.m.
From lilrdsboro and Intermediate stations,
BSiuraay only at. iwu p. in.
From Washington and Baltimore, dally ex.
cept Sunday, 10 20 a. m. 6.62 and 8.17 p. in,
Sunday only at 11.24 a. m.
BOWNFSS BItlGUS, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
A. G. MCOAUSLAND. Supt.
TDCATm CntCC Positively Cured wltL
litre cured many thousand cases, Cureiutients pronounced
hf.nlMi hv the rt nhsii:fana. Prom Ant dose mi.tnm
rapidly disappear, ana in ten riayiftt lfwt two. third! oft!
ivmtHDini are removed
Snrf f.r FREE" B
OK ft te-
tcu.ous cures. I En UAIO furrilAhed
uy mm. u
trial, tend ten eentt In Mvrr to jay
BhenraAtisra, neamlffia. pLaortgyand I
outim! at oacc Qnu tor sols by nil lr
A New "Venture
W- KA MS ATT POTTS
lias opened a
AT No. 218 N. CENTRE ST
Sales of assorted goods, notions, hardware.
Onsswnrc, etc,, etc.
Goods from nil p&rts ot the county solicited
Or tlio J.liuor lluliit, iOMltlt'ly C'urcu
It li manufactured as a powder, which can be eivva
tn a glass of ber, a oup of coffee or tea, or In food,
without the knowledge ol the patient. It is absolutely
harmless, and will effect a permanent and speedy
cure, whether the patient Is a moderate drinker or
an alochollowreott. Jt has been given in thousand!
of eases, and In every lnatanoe a perfect cure has fol
lowed It never Full. The system once impregnate
d with the apeolno.lt becomes aa utter impossibility
lor the liquor appetite to exist.
48 page book of particulars free. To bo bod of
C. H, HAGENBUCH, Druggist, Shenandoah
lp M. HAMILTON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
omce-29 West Lloyd Street, Shenandoah
3 ! jPlpii I
HE CLINGS TO LIFE
Sir John Macdonnld Bravoly
Struggling With Death.
NO CHANGE IN HIS CONDITION.
Prof. Osier, nn American Specialist, Sum
moned to tlio Bedside of tlio Premier,
Canndlim Politician. Still Tnllilns About
Ilia Surct'S.or Jt I, Said That tlio Cabi
net AVI 11 Ho Ilcorcautzotl by Sir John
Thotnpion Sir Chnrle't Tupper to Ilo
main Whero Ho Ii.
Ottawa, Ont., Juno U. Tho condition
of Sir John llnodonald throughout tlio
liiornlug is believed to liavo been better
than yesterday. Tho bulletins that wore
issued by Dr. Powell announced his con
dition as about tho same. Tho Premier
dozed comfortably nil tho morning. Tho
weather was warmer, but did not appa
rently affect him. Tho doctors, however,
hnvu not changed their minds as to tho
lmposslbllty of his recovery.
Engor crowds scanned tho bulletins all
the morning nud gathered at "Earns
cllffe," tho homo of tho dying Premier.
The Hon. C. H. Tupper this morning
douled the report that his fathor had
Balled for Canada. Tho High Commis
sioner is still hi Vienna.
On th quostlon of tho sttccessorship
tho Emplro, tho organ of tho Govern
ment, declares that tho subject has not
beeu mentioned nt n Cabinet meeting;
that tho Cabinet, upon tho death of Sir
John, will bo dissolved, to bo reconvened
again only by tho order of tho Governor
General, who will solect a successor to
Frobnbto New Cablnot.
It is declared on tho authority of a
prominent French Canadlnn that tho
Cabinet will bo reorganized by Sir John
Thompson with tho following changes:
Premier and Sllnlstor of Justice Sir
Minister of Railways Hon. J. A. Chap
lcau. Minister of Public Works G. A. Klrk
patrlck. President of tho Council W. B. Ivos.
Leader of tho Senato Lioutonant-Gov-ornor
Tho politician said that tho remaining
portfolios would romatu tho samo excopt
that some French Canadian member
would succeed Chapleau as Secretary of
State, the Hon. J. Carllng will probably
rotlre from tho Cablnot to mako room for
Meredith, tho present leader of tho oppo
sition in tho Ontario House. Sir Hector
will bo mado Lleutenant-Govornor of
Quebec and Sir Charles Tupper will stay
whero ho Is. It is nil "bosh," ho declares,
about Sir John Thompson refusing the
THE PASTOR'S CRIME.
Ilo Comforted tho Hying Without Llconso
from tho Prosbytory.
PrrrsBcna Juno B. Tho Hoformed
Presbytoriau Synod has commonced tho
trial of tho six suspended ministers who
think mcmbors should havo tho right to
partlclpato In civil elections.
By a vote of 14 i to 29, after a heated
and angry discussion, it was resolved
that tho olTendors bo arrested for con
tempt until they purgo themselves. The
contempt consisted of preaching in
churches of other denominations. Tho
accused nil appeured beforo tho Synod
and denied that they had willfully been
in contempt. They considered that their
suspension covored only Iieformed Pres
Tho Eev. B. B. Milligan, ono of the
young recalcitrants, touched moro than
a few hearts when ho admitted ho had
prayed with tho sick, comforted tho dy
ing and burled tho dead of his own flock,
but ho did not do so in contempt of the
Tho Kev. A. W . McClurkln of Now
Alexandrin was the first called for trial.
He confused his accusers by pointing out
that he had been convicted for what
others did, on false evidence, without nn
opportunity to defend himself, and by a
proceeding irregular and illogaL This so
impressed the Synod that it was decided
to give him a separate trial after the
other flvo havo boen disposed of.
Flu tor Committed for TrlaU
Lo.tDON, June 8. Edward Pinter, alias
"Sheeny Al," who Is charged with
attempting to obtain $40,000 from Edward
Streetor, tho Bond street Joweler, by
moans ot the philosopher's stone game,
Whs again under examination at the
Marlborough Street Pollco Court. One
witness was produced who proved that
the prisoner had in April last purchased
from him twelve ounces ot potters brown
gold. Tho prisoner was then formally
committed for trial.
Tim Cotleuo Students Drowned.
New Brunswick, N. J., Julie 8. Wnl
ter Pfolfer, of Willlamsport, N. J., and
Wlllard P. Smith, of Hallsvillo, N. Y.,
freshmen In Eutgors' College, were
drowned last evening while bathing in
tho canal. It is supposed that one ot the
young men was seized with cramps and
that his companion went to his assist
ance and tried to save him, when they
wero both drowned.
Senator, Gathering Statlstlos.
New Yobk, June 8. Senator Jones ot
Nevada arrived in town yesterday, nnd
Joined Senators Hiscock and Carlisle.
These three are members of tho Senato
Committee on Tariff. They prepared a
formula for collecting statistics of the
wages paid employes in all industries.
Another mooting will bo held this after
noon. No News from the Clinrlcston.
WxBniNOTOS, Juno 8. No news has
been received at tho Navy Department
from tho Charleston, and her silence,
naval officers think, indicates that she
had nothing of importance- to report at
Callao, and has tafcon on hor supply of
coal nnd left for Iqulquo, where she will
report to Admiral McCann and act under
Attorney General Bllllor Uuitcll,
WAsmsQTO.v, June U. Attorney Gen
eral Miller was not well enough to attend
the regular Cabinet meeting, but expects
to be all right In a fow days.
New American IHihopi.
Losdox, June 8. Tho Pope will nomi
nate (10 bishops ut to-morrow's consistory,
inoludlng bishops for Milwaukee. Salt
Lake, Omaha and Dallas.
flighest of all in Leavening Power.
absolute Of pmm
CALL FOR BONDS.
Interest on tho Tour and Ono-IInlf Fof
Cents AVltl Ccaao Septomber 3.
Washington, Juno 3. Secretary Fos
ter has Issued n circular that tho princi
pal and accrued lntorest of such of tho
four and one-half per cent, bonds Issued
under tho nets of July 14, 1S70, nnd Jan.
t0, 1871, ns may bo outstanding on tho
2d day of Sept., 1801, will be pnld at tho
.treasury oi tlio united states in the city
of Washington on that day, nud that tho
lntorest on the said bonds will thon
Suggestions hnvo been made on tho
point of the holders of norno of thoio
bonds of n desire to extend tho paymont
thereof at the option of the United States
nt tho rnto of 1 or 1 1-2 per cent Per an
num, and tho Secretary of tho Treasury
will hereafter consider whether tho ac
ceptance of such offers or nny of them
win uo proutaule to tho government, nnd
in thnt event reserves tho right to except
such bonds from his call.
It Is officially stated that tho sugges
tion as to the extension of the 4 1-2 per
cent, bonds was ndded to tho call made
by Secretary Foster moro ns n matter of
prudenco than necessity. Tho Treasury
Department, It is stated by tho samo au
thority, is abundantly able to pay all of
tho $51,000,000 4 1-2 per cent, bonds out
standing, but In view of tho uncertainty
of tho public receipts and expenditures,
it is judged bettor to take tho eldo of
Ono of tho purposes, It is stated, of
nffordlug nn opportunity for odors in re
gard to an extension of tho 4 1-2 per cont.
bonds is tho desiro to avoid the enforced
retirement of a part or all of tho National
bank circulation secured by those bonds,
amounting to $28,000,000.
HOW IS YOUR CHILD?
Swift's Specific is tho great
developer, of dolicate child
ren. It regulates the secre
tions; it stimulates the skin to
healthy action, and assists
nature in development.
There is no tonic for child
ren equal to 3 S
Bond for oar treatiso on Blood ao4
Swot Si'mvio Co, Atlanta, Cto
A. W. Leisennng, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisennng, Cashier,
S.W.Yost, Ass' t Cashier.
Open Dnlly From 9 to 3.
3 PER CENT. INTEREST !
Paid on hutIiiks Deposits.
vTOCK In the MAHANOY 01TY
f HHENANDOAII, GIRAIID
VILLE and ASHLAND BTKEET
RAILWAY can yet he procured,
and parties contemplating Invest
ment should apply at once at the
24 N, Jardm St., Shenandoah, Pa.
mUIE contract for the construction
ot the road between Shenan
doah and Ashland has been award,
ed and will be completed within 00
days from the lime the ground is
broken for the station,
CAES RUNNING BY JULY.
T IS expected that cars will be
running between Shenandoah
nnd Ashland no later than July,
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
ONE HOUR IN A TRANCE.
Miss Scott's St ran Ilzperlenco When
Going to llor atothnr's I'unornl.
Aluanv, N. Y., June 8. A special dis
patch from Schohario relates the case of
Jliss Scott going into a trai.co for 40 min
utes. She was about to loavo for Pron
tou Hollow, 18 milos distant, to attend
tho funeral of her mother, when she be
came unconscious and could not be
aroused for nearly an hour.
Whon she regained her senses Bhe ro.
lated to her attendants all the details of
her mother's funeral, describing the
dress iu which the body was clothed, the
llowers hold In her hand, also n
peculiar spot, or indentation 011 her lips,
which had not occurred until after death.
Miss Scott hid been iu feeble health for
some tlino and had not sceu her mother
for soma weeks.
Look at Him I
A rear ncro he was not expected to live.
Liver comnlalnt almost killed him. He (rot
great relief from three buttles 01 Sulphur
jmiera, nuu six uoums uurcu uuu wiiwr
(East Jlahanoy Junction)
Wild West Show
FOU ONE WEEK 01TLY
Indian Villi?;, Cowlsoy
and Mm Encampment
5JD the onlr herd of Trained
and Spotted Mustangs. Tho
whole history of a nation told In a
iiiriinug arama oi civiuziuiuu, uo
nlctlue the ncrlls. hardships and
heroism of pioneer life on the
plains, requiring in its completion
over 800 daring scouts, trappers,
cowboys, Indian lighters, Mexican
Vacqueros and Sonoros.ChlolM with
their Warrlors.Uravea, Squaws nnd
1'apooses. A held of spotted Mexi
Pontes and Texas Bronchos.
The largest and grandest exhibi
tion of (ho kind on the American
continent. Owning and traveling
In Its own handsomely equipped
railroad train. The first bivouac of
Mexican Vacqueros direct from old
Mexico, headed by Don ze Anno,
the famous Mexican leader, and
Senor Francisco, the king ol all
riders and ropers, expert and
matchless In lariat throwing and
Iralrie Schooners and Indian
Travoys, whole herd of American
BUFFALO and TEXAS STEERS.
A true representation of an
Indian : Buffalo : Hunt !
Showing the manner of branding wild cattle
on our western iromier; startling ana
wonderful display of snapshooting
by frontiersmen, cowboys
nnd Indians led by
Moj. G. WILUAM LILLIE,
Famous and fearless Fonv Exnrcss Illders.
showing the mode of carrying Important (lls-
patcnes across tne plains ueiore me introduc
tion ot the telegraph. A band of verltlble
Mexican vacnueros. direct from Mexico, tbe
greatest roukh-rlders In tho world.
renormanoes every aiieruoou. apvcuu ex
cursion trains each day.
uou'i torget tue piaco ana aate,
Lakeside Driving Park,
Mutt Mhanoy Junction,
15,16,17,18, 19 and 20
AIJMIHHION, 35 CcutH
Clillilreii, under la yrs., 15 Cents
Office of )
Comptboi,leh of tub CunnitNCY, v
iraii(iff(on, 4pr(l 8, lfeOl. J
Whereas, Hy satisfactory evidence pre
sented to the undersigned, It has been made
to appear that "The ilerchantt' Natlonul
Bankof Shenandoah," In the Borough of
Shenandoah, In the County of Schuylkill and
State of Pennsylvania, bos compiled with all
the provisions of the statutes of the United
States, required to be complied with before an
association shall be authorized to commence
the business of banking.
Now, Therefore, I, Edward B. Lacey,
Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby cer
tify that "Tbe Merchants' National' Dank ol
Shenandoah," In the Borough ol Shenandoah,
In the County of Schuylkill, nnd State ol
Pennsylvania, is authorized to commence the
business ol banking as provided In section
ally-one hundred nnd sixty-nine of tbe Ho-
vlscd Statutes of tbe United States.
tr--. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, wit
jKALj ness my hand and seal of otllce this
8th day of April, 1891.
No. 1510. E S- LACEY,
Comptroller of the Currency,
1 B LL S
. BASEBALL SCORES.
'".ft Nntlonut Leacuo.
" AT N2W YOIUC
Now York 1 101 1013 0-7
Cleveland 0 0000000 00
Ilatterlee J. Hiving and Clarko: Seward nnd
Iloston 0 3 10 3 0 11 0 M
Cincinnati 8 0 1 0 4 0 0 x-10
llattcrles Clnrkson ami (Inuacl; Uadbourne
Ilrooklyn 08801131 1-15
Pittsburg 1 000 1) 003 0-0
llatterles Lovettnn 1 Daly; King and Ueilly.
Philadelphia 0210000 3-8
Chicago 0 0000000 0-0
llatterles Gleason aud Dement; Quiubcrt
Tho National League Kecord.
' Per Per
niihi. iron. Lmt ct ai6. mm. iwt. ct
Chl0BBO....31 11 .038 Cleelmd..l8 18 .BOO
NewYork.,18 15 .515 Phll'defa.. 18 17 .412
Pittsburg ..Id 10 .500 Ilrooklyn ..11 90 .301
lkxtou ....17 17 .500 Clnclnuatl.il HI .400
. Association Games.
AT ST. LOtHS.
St Louis ...0 11000020 3-0
Ilaltlmora 0 8010001 04
Iluttorlos Stlvetts and Hoyle; MoMahon ami
The games scheduled for Columbia, Cincin
nati and Louisville were postponed on account
The Association Itecord,
Chilx. ITon. ImI. CI aula. irVm. Ixt. Ct
Boston. .,27 15 .043 Cincinnati. Ill 84 .407
altlmoroSo 16 .083 Columbus.. 80 24 .455
it. Louls.,80 18 .017 LU'Vlllo....20 27 .480
Athletics. 30 33 .470 Wash'ton. ..13 88 .28:
rrovklenco 0 0 S 0 0 0 1 0 x 3
Albany 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0-8
Batteries M. J, Sullivan and Murphy; Dev.
llu and llcss.
Lebanon 0 0001100 03
Rochester 3 0000100 04
Ilattcrles-Sralth, Anderson and Bushong;
&naw ami uowiuuu.
Oamo postponed on account of rain.
AT NEW HAVES,
Now Ilnven 0 0 3 1 0 03
Syracuse 0 0 0 0 0 00
Il.ittcrlos Clarkson and Wilson; Person and
FIVE MEN KILLED.
Terrible Results from n Dollor ExploBlon
Iu u Sw Mill.
Bowlino Gnr.ES, Va., Juno 3. A fright
ful boiler explosion, resulting in tho
death of live men nnd tho wounding of
eight others, nil dangerously, occurred in
J. l Jordan's snw mill hoar this plnco,
Tho killed nro: William Scot, Lnwronco
Hnyos, William Jnycs, John Fry, coforod,
and Wosonm Catlott.
seven other colored men and ono
whito man woro rescuod nlivo, but their
injuries are so serious that thoy nil mny
Tho cause of tho oxplosion, which com
pletely wrecked tho building, has not yot
ueen uollnlteiy determined,
WILL FIGHT THE STANDARD.
OH Troducors Holding a Secret Conven
tlou nt llradford.
Bradford, Pa., Juno 3. Delegates from
ovory producers' protective association
assembly in tho oil region nro holding a
secret convention horo.
Tho purpose of the meeting Is to orgnn
lzo a compnny to competo with tho Stand
ard Oil Company in producing, rellnlng
and marketing petroleum.
Pipo lines will be built throughout tho
producing regions and tho seaboard, and
a number of largo reilnories will bo
erected. Only tho outline of tho schemo
Is mado public. Tho details nro promisee1,
whon all plans have boen perfected.
BREAKS THE RECORD.
Tristan Ilonts Tonny and Wins tho Rich
New York, Juno 8. Tho race for tho
rich Metropolitan Handicap at Morris
Park wa3 ono of tho grandost struggles
over seen on tho turf.
Tho mighty Tonny was beaten, though
ho showed himself worthy of tho people's
confidence. Ho carried 129 pounds to
Tristan's 114, and was beaten only a Ht
tlo over half a length In 1:31 1-2, a second
and n quarter taster than tho provious
best on record.
Now York Dlasons In Session.
New York, Juno b. There are 721
lodges represented In tho 110th nnnunl
communication of the Orand Lodgo, Froo
and Accepted Masons now in session at
Masonic Hall, Twenty-third street and
Sixth nvenuo. In delivering his an
nual nddress, Grand Master Vroomnn
paid a high trlhuto to tho memory ot tho
fraternal dead ot tho past yoar. Ho also
congratulated tho fraternity upon tho
prosperity, peace nnd harmony which
prevallod among tho craft. All tho
lodges in tho Stato were reported In a
Disposing of Infants.
Danhtjry, CoDn., Juno is. Tho body of
a prematurely born Infant, which was
found in the yard of a tenement house
hero yestorday, led to the belief that n
child murder had occurred. An investi
gation was instituted, and it was ascer
tained that tho mother was Mary Cogs
well, who lived with Qeorgo Corsa, n
woll-known young man. It was also
learned that Corsa had previously se
cretly burled at least ono infant. Corsa
To Make Good Doyer's Losses.
HARmsBURO, Pa,, Juno 0. Ono hundred
nnd twenty-live thousnnd dollars havo
beon placed on deposit In several banks
by the sureties of Stato Treasurer Boyer,
in order to make good the losses by the
Stato In the Holamntor nnd Jtimlscn fall-
On Trial for Mnrder.
HrvERiiEAD, L. I., Juno U. John D.
Young ot Southhold, L. I., Indicted for
murder in tho first degree, is on trial in
this plnco. Young Is charged with killing
his concilium, Carl Carlson, on Fob. 4
Inst. Young Is defended by Charles W.
Brooko of New York.
Attempt to Wreck a Train.
Watkrbtjry, Conn., Juno 8, An at
tempt was runde to wreck tho 12:15 p, m.
New England westbound trnln nt
Bowan's farm near here, A number of
ties and logs wero found piled on the mils,
but the engineer, seeing the obstructions
In time, stopped the train. .
Some merchants get the
best they can; some get the
meanest they can. j
Your dealer in lamp-chim-neys-what
does he get for you?
There are common glass and
tough glass.tough against heat.
There are foggy and clear.
There are rough and fine.
There are carefully made and!
You can t be an expert in
chimneys ; but this you can do.
Insist on Macbeth s "pearl
top" or "pearl glass" which
ever shape you require. They
are right in all those ways ; and
they do not break from heat,
not one in a hundred.
Be willing to pay a nickel
more for them. "a
QSO. A. MACBJI3 X CO.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1873.
from which tho excess oi
oil has boen removed, 13
and it is Soluble
aro used in its preparation. It Las
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore far moro
economical, costing less than one cent,
a ciij. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily dioested,
nnd admirably adapted for invalids
ns well n3 for persons in health.
Sold by Crocors ovorywhoro.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Miss,
and other tnectal.
tics for Gentlemen.
ranted, and so stamped on hottom. Address
liuuil'h, ,'ic, nru war
iS 10.030. zaac3Lola
8io mill Upwards
CAN HE INVESTED IN
A FOHX'rrVIS AMI frJAFIi
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Full particulars and
' Prospectus can be had
on application or addressing
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100 6tylcs, prices to suit all.
Wsi, Ayhks & Sons, I'iiu-adeu'iiia.
Hold by ail dealers.
Chl.tinUr". KnflLh Diamond Ilrul.
Original and (Inly Crnuloe
Art, alwiy reJUbl. laoic ik
DrUrTgl for ChicXttttrt JMaluh In.
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