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Parnoll's Roraains Laid in
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J H POMEBOY,
Ottto-B44ill's building oorner Mnln sad Catn
THE FUNERAL VERY QUIET.
Ho Disturbances of Any Kind Interfered
U With the Obsequies. ..
Forty Thouieml People Followed tho
&ody to the OrAve Dillon, O'nrlen and
Sexton Watched tlie Cortef; From
Under Cover The Camatni Ley lu Stete
t Dublin City Ualt Where They TVero
Viewed lly nn Knormout Couoourse
X Simple Rervlce at the Grave In Qlei
tievln Cemetery-Mrs. Farnell'e Fltleblo
Lohdok, Oct. 12. The Parnell funeral
yoesed oft very peacefully. That there
won no dltturbanco was owing to the
wise renolvo of tho Anti-Parnellltos not
to be present. William O'Brien, John
Dillon and Sexton watched the sceno
from tho window of n friend's house on
the route of tho processlou. Tho curtnln
was kept closed, so that tho threo M. F'a
only had furtive glnnves at tho groat
demonstration, while thoy theinsolves
remained entirely hidden from view.
It Is said that Mr. Dillon had ox
pressed lili Intention of witnessing the
funeral, whatever tho rosult to himsolt,
and that it wns with some difficulty that
ho was induced to run no moro risk than
that of peeping Tom. In nearly nil tho
churches in Ireland yesterday some al
lusion was mndo to tho death of I'arnoll.
In some instances the niontiou was
charltabloj in other cases it win a ro
floctlon of tho language of Archbishop
Walsh in tho Dublin "Cntholio."
Friends of Parnell claim that tho
blhop had glvon secret instructions that
his memory should bo attacked by tho
clergy, with tho view of injuring tho
Parnelllto cause i much ns possible. In
several instances admirers ot Parnell left
thoir seats in the churches when they
heard anything of an oftensivo character.
Tho funeral and advices from all parts
of Ireland show that tho Parnolliteoause
has beon strongtlionod by his death, aud
that he lias loft a party that will go on
under n new loador.
Pnrnell's remains arrived at Kingston
at 7 n. m. yesterday. 'There was no
demonstration along tho lino from Loudon
until Chestor wns reachou, when denuta
tions from Liverpool, Manchester, Pre-i-
ton and Newciistlo, all destined for
Dublin, joined tho train. Tho Parlia
mentary colleagues of Mr. Parnell, in
cluding John Ilodmoud, John O'Connor,
Joseph Nolan, Dr. Fltzgurnld, James
O'Kolly and Henry Campbell wore among
the peoplo that greeted thu deputations
ou their arrival at Holyhead, whore tho
train got in at 2 o'clock In tho morning,
in wet and hazy weather, that well bo
camo tho mournfulness of the scene.
Groups wcro collected on the imay to
watoh tho transfer ot the coffin from
tho train to tho mnilboat Ireland. It
was a depressing spectacle. The coffin
wns deposited In nn enclosure specially
fitted up (or it. Throughout tho voyngo
across the stormy and dark wators that
separate tho two countries, some ot tlie
Parnellltes wore all the tlmo on guard
over the remains ot their beloved lender.
Among tho wntehors was the Lord Mayor
of Bubllu, High Sheriff Meade aud J. II.
Parnell a brother ot tho departed.
At the Kingston pier a multltudo was
gathered to receive the remains.
With tho Irish members who had fol -lowod
tho body from Eugland, tho group
at Kingston Included nearly every Par
liamentary adherent ot Parnell. They
all gatherod around tho colliu in abso
lute silence until niter the remains had
been transferred to tho carriage of tho
train for Dublin.
Tho "Westlnnd Row Btatlon In Dublin
was reached at 7;30 n. m. A vast silont
crowd awaited with uncoverd heads, as
tho train steamed into tho station.
Timothy Harrington, M. P., was thoro,
nnd Dr. Hackott, who attended Parnell
when his eyes wero nurt at Kilkenny,
and thoy joined tho band of mourners.
Conspicuous in front of tho dense ma sos
of people wore mem burs of tho Gaelic
and Athlotlcsocloties, with their hurlors
used in their sports, draped black, and
tied with green ribbon. The representa
tives of branches of the National Lcaguo
woro black badges, on which wero tho
dying words of Parnell: "Give my lovo
to my colleagues and the Irish nation."
When the remains had been removed
In solemn silence from the train, tho
coffin was taken from tho case that en
veloped it nnd wns lifted into the hearse,
tho glass panels ot which permitted a
full exposuro of tho coffin to public vlow.
The caso in which tho coffin had boeu
enclosed on tho wny to Dublin was laid
aside. Tho crowd Immediately seized
upon and broke it into small pieces, to
carry away as mementoes of tho dead.
As tho hearse moved from the station
a body of pollco formod heforo tho pro
cession, which, without any design or
marshaling, appeared to fall into an
orderly lino in purely extemporized
fashion. A band and the YTorklngmen's
Union, followed next nf ter the pollco, tho
band playing tho dead march in Saul.
Then came the 'Gaelic and Athletic so
cieties, with their hurlers reversed, after
tho manner ot soldiers carrying reversed
The City Hnll of Dublin was reached
at 8:30 a in. The front of the hall was"
covered witii combro draperlos, and a
dense ralu streamed down as the coffin
was borne Into the hall toward tho cata
falque. Tho rain did not diminish tho
vast concourse that thronged toward tho
hall, Ignoring tho elements In their
anxiety to show their esteem for their
beloved leader. It was an assemblage
ot remarkable sureulty. Reverential
quiet pervaded ths crowd, unbroken by
partisan crios, or the remotest symptom
At 1U o'clock the gates were opened
and the people poured into tba interior.
The body lay In stato In tht council
chamber, a large circular room, now
heavily drapad in black, relieved by
scrolls ot wliite satin in looped festoons,
bearing in black lettors tho last word of
Parnell. Tho coffin, which rested on a
ralewl dnls in tho centre ot tho chamber,
was burled under massoi of wreaths,
floral crosses, Irish harp-, aud other floral
designs. Conspicuous on the clUu wero
threo wreaths from Mrs. Parnell, a cross
and anchor, and olrclo, with inscriptions,
From 10 o' cloak until 3 a continuous
stream ot people poured Into tho City
Hall. It is estimated that the people
who paid their tribute ot respect to the
dead numbered at least ;fony tlounnd.
At 2:15 the funeral cortege stuited for
the grave in Glasnerlu Cemetery. It wai
led by tho executive of the Parnell
leadership committee, and following
came the blor. drawn by six black horncs,
Uurroimdlng tho bier wero the Parlia
mentary colleagues of Parnell. Parnell'i
favorite horse followed the blor. Then
came a strong body of Gaels, headed b)
James Stephens, tho famous Fenian or
ganizer; Parnell'i brother and sister, and
then the Lord Mayor Dublin, in official
state, preceded by tho City Marshal, and
sword and mncobearers. Noxt came tht
representatives of tho principal Irish
towns, and the various trade societies,
then the Foresters, the Homo Hulors,
and a lino of prlvnto carriages.
As the procession started tho rain
ceased and the sun came out. All windows
and housetops were packed. Tho pro
cession wemlod Its way by a clrcultou;
route to tho cemetery, the circuit making
It scarcely possible to reach the cometerj
before six o'clock. Perfect ordor pre
vailed, although the vast line of mourn
ers surpassed auy spectaclo ever seeu la
At Glasnovln crowds hari nil day boeu
inspecting the turf-lined tomb, guarded
by a small group of pollco. Tho grave
was about seven feet deep, and had been
cut out of an artificial mound covering
tho plot long used to inter tho poorest ol
tho community. Tho coffin wns re
moved and placed on a platform, es
pecially oonstructod in such n way that
the procession could lilo around it and
havo n view of tho bier. At 0 o'clock or
ders were given to remove tho coffin to
the side of tho grave. A body of Gaeln
cleared the way to the grave nnd formed
a circle, within which the Lord Mayor
and civic dignitaries, aud Pamell's ool
leagues and relatives stationed thom
feelves. Tlie crush on all sides was terrible,
and the noise of shrieking women, nnd
ot children squeezed in tho throng, nnd
Che shouts of men struggling amid the
crush made inaudible the voices of the
clergy reciting tho ritual of tho church
of England. Kev. Mr. Vincent, of the
Rotunda Chapel, tho Rev. George Fry,
an Irish Protestant clorgymon, ot Man
chester, Eng., ollioiatod. They had ta
cut tho sorvico short, ns the crowd
broko through tho protecting circle, and
overwhelmed tho inner group. Sometime
after, in dead darkness, whon tho crowd
had thinned away, tho friends grouped
again, nnd took n last look nt tho coffin.
It was 7 o'clock whon tho mourners
startod to return to the city.
Apart from accldeutnl disorder at tho
comotery tho day was without incident.
Must of tho public houses remninod
closed in respect tor tho dead.
MltS. 1'AIlNHr.VS CONDITION.
It Is (In, wins Worse Instond of Ilottor
flravo Foars KntrrtulUfcl.
London, Oct. 12. Advices from Brigh
ton state that Mrs. Parnoll's condition
is pitlablo, and grows worse Instead ol
Improving. Immediately after ParneM'a
death sho was in better coudit'on than
now; for although she fainted she recov
ered sufficiently to haVo some communi
cation with friends, and, through tholi
medium with the outside world. She
has boon growing worse every day, until
now sho only moans in reply to ques
tions, and is unable or refuses to speak.
Tho doctors who tiro in constant atten
dance, groatly fear that her condition
may grow moro critical, and are doing
ovorything posslblo to restore her, but
apparently without effect. The only in
telligible sounds that she has uttered In
hours havo boon Jplnintivo cries for her
A MATHI'USTO ISSUUD.
Tho National I.uuguo Kulrlz(ia Parnell
nnd Culls for a New Election.
London, Oct. 12. Tho National Loague
In Great Britain has issued a manifesto,
which, after rocitlng tho results accom
plished for Irolund by Parnell, says:
"It has beon said that wo fought for a
man, not for a principle. It la not true.
Wo fought for tho principle which the
man embodied. Tho man himself was
Indeed a principle, tho principle ot self
rullanco and independence which nothing
could sap. To that prlnclplo wo are
"It is now nocessnry for tho members
of this organization to elect a new presi
dent aud a new oxeoutlvo committee,
and wo Invito the branches of tho Na
tional Lcaguo In Groat Britain to uinko
immediate stops to this end."
si'i:NoouAi'i(i:it huhkk aoxrc.
Tho Man Who Had tho Minutes of (he
llardsloy investigation Missing.
PhiladeU'IIIA, Oct. 12. It has been
whispered about for several days that
Mr. liurko, tho official stenographer to
tho legislative Investigation committee
boforo which State Treasurer Royer ond
Auditor General McCamant gave testi
mony, could not be Jouud and that his
notes had disappeared.
Representative John H. Fow, a mem
ber of the Investigating committee, pub
licly asserts that Uurko has fled, taking
ills notes with him, to prevent the evi
dence ot Boy or and McCamant from be
ing submitted to the special session
of the Senate which Is to meet in Harris
Ilurke Heard From.
Pittsburg, Oot 12. James F. Burke,
official stenographer ot the Treasury
Investigating Committee which heard
the testimony ot State Treasurer Uoyor
and Auditor Gouerul McCamant is now
at Ann Arbor, Mich, where he loft for last
week to study law. Mr. Ilurke telegraphs
that ho mailed 84,000 words ot the report
of the investigating oommttteo to Sena
tor Qeorgo Handy Smith,chairman ot the
committee and n copy to W. U. Hensel,
Attorney geueral on Wednesday last,
and tho batnnco of the report was mailed
a day or bo later.
Jupiter Is bo bright on Ihese clear
ovenliiKB us tn catch thu admiring eve
even of those not usually interested In
A woman cannot bo altogether un
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That men are dillereut from women
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warraut for nil their follies.
Height of Oruolty.
Nervous women xeldnm receive the sym
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The government will weigh whisky
A Mystery Explained.
The papers contain frequeut notices of rich,
pretty and educated girls eloping with
negroes, lnunpn and o'ltwhmen. Tbe well
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Pheasant hunting legally com
mences on October 15.
Oh, What a Cough. .
Will ynD need the warning? The signal per
uana of Uie sure approach of that moro ter
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luded to na ularmlng degree Appotlte ftll
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Father Pablo Juarez Talks
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It V. 1'AIILO.IIIAIIRZ.
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The coal dealers are kept busy de
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i lew doses Invariably cure the worst oases of
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since It's first dlsoovery It has been bold on n
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and yet It never fails to cum tta dis
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Book on Blood and Skin disease fro,
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A SLAVE TO THE BEVERAGE.
Eb Drank From Three to live QaU i
Day aud It Was aa Strong u Lye.
A Fine Tortune liipnided tu SntUry IIli
t t'ravllie fur tho llrluk-So Addicted Hud
lie llecomo to the llublt Hint When lie
prlved of CofTeo lie Would Trr to Main
Viiy Willi IIIiuioir-The IlfTects Muct
the Seme ns Those of Alcohol Bed Hud
New Yohk, Oot. 12. Tho death on
Saturday of Dr. K. C. Fownes, caused bj
an lnordlnato slavery to strong coffee,
was no surprise to his large circle oi
medical acquaintances In this city.
He at ono time lived nt 80th street and
Lexington avenue, and his practice wai
one of the largest enjoyed by any homeo
pathic physician In New York.
In the course ot his practice, some 30
years ago, he beonme addicted to the use
of coffee, and tho taste grew ou him tu
such an extent that he drank from thioi
to flvo quarts n day.
Tho cotleo was made almost as strong
as lye, and oould not lo swallowed bj
auy ono but himself.
r. Fownos became such k slave to th
drink that he gradually lost his practice,
and at the time of his death was re .Hood
to penury, for he had became a palsied
His sister sent Dr. Fownos monthly
reinitances, nnd as soon as ho got ono liu
began a coffee spree aud continued in n
maudlin, semi-unconscious oouditioc
until tho money was gone.
After one of thew continuous periodi
of Intoxication he became so weak, nerv'
ous and depressed that Iil had to bo con
lined for fear he would make away with
Dr. Fownes acquired the ojffee habit
through taking a cup of that beveragu
whenever he was called from home at
night. Within flvo years thu poor fellow
had become such a sla e to tho colfue
drinking habit that nearly all his patio nn
This, however, did not disturb him.
for lie had about $-U5,000 In bank, and
his sole extravagance wns coffee. fl WKtkX
He spent hundreds of dollars in per
fecting mechanical pots in which lo dis
till coffee, aud while hie money lasted ho
imported tlie berries nnd roasted them
in an air-ti ,-lit iron globe) he had made
for that puipose.
He took the drug without suaar oi
milk, and it was almost strong enough
to bear up an ogg. Fownels would boll
it down, boiling hot, omptying oup nftet
cupful Ho would ompty half a dozen
cups of tho coffee, nnd rotlring to bed,
sloep off its effects llkoau old topor mad(
torpid with spirits. .
nussiA's btaiivi.vo mortis.
An Example of Economy Sot by a Prlnei
llurlng tho Fumlno.
St. rr.TEHsiiuiiaii, Oct. 12. Sonatoi
Darnnoff Bays that thero are no fowei
than 32,000,000 ot peasants In Russia
nowdestltuto, aud must bo providod foi
for the noxt ten months. It will ro
quiro 820,000,000 poods of grain to food
Tho American Church in this cltv hat
started a subscription to roliovo this
mountain of misery.
Prince Korsakoff, tho hend of a great
family, lives on Koosewort bread, ns an
example for his sorvnnts and othors to
follow during tho national affliction.
Talten C. ?r!son In llor Oravo Clntho.
Riciimo.ni), Vn., Oct. 12. It is' not
often that a person is taken to tho pon
Itcntiary in his or hor grnvo clothes.
Tills was the case of the colored woman,
Jackson, who recently oscnped tho gnl
lows inChnrlotte county. Her garments
woro proparod for the oxccutlon, nnd she
wns attlrod in them when the commuta
tion came. Aa soon as tho nnnounco
mont reached tho Sheriff, of tho Govern
or's notion, the woman was hurried to
Jrunkon IlruwIKuds In Murder.
SIamjioiso, JIass., Oct 13. Lowiii
jossoo was shot dead yesterday afternoon
by 1'otor llonley In tho lattor's house.
Both wore drunk and Bonloy ordered
Jesseo to loavo. The latter refutod and
iionley shot him.
KKW YOKIC NKWS IN UllIBF.
W. Bourko Corcoran has been nomin
ated for Congress by tho Democrats of
The daughtor of Gen. Ira It. Hedgo3
win oo married to Mortimer Washburn,
at Nynck, tho 31st Inst.
Tho Domocrnts ot Brooklyn nominated
David A. Tioody for Mayor. Tho Repub
licans iidiiry a. Aioyer.
William Davis, a millionaire iron
merchant, ot Brooklyn, was drownod in
the east river yesterday.
Thomas Finnsgan, of Haverstraw, was
nominated ror Assembly by tho Demo
crats of IlookliuiJ county.
No arrangements have yet been made
lor the chrlstenmg of llaby ltuth, ox
President Cleveland's daughter.
Elizabeth Lace, 18 years old, of Brook
lyn who was accidentally shot early Sun
day morning by her brother Kobert, will
Levi M. Bates, formerly tho hend ol
tho well-known dry goods firm ot L. il.
Hates & Co., of New York was drownod
Saturday evening in Bowery liny.
Nicholas Iirodlieal will remain re
ceive! of the wrecked Ulster County
Savings Hank, the motion to oust him
having been overruled by Judge Furs
man. The players of the New York league
base ball team say that if certain state
ments' made about them by the Chicagc
mnnagemeut aro not retracted, that they
will bring ault for libel.
Judge Heury Wilder Allen, of the
Court ot Common I'leas, who was strick
en with apoplexy In the Court House,
New York city, Is greatly Improved, and
will bo all right lu a few days, his phy
Tho Frnnelsonn Order of St. Mnry, In
New York, which for the lat six years
has existed by special dispensation ol
Archbishop Corrlgau, has withdrawn Its
religious connection from the church and
is now a purely s.-cular organisation.
A Shoe Dressing nutt restore the bril
liancy of a worn shoe, nnd at the tame time
fresttve the softness of the leather.
LADIES will the Dressing you ara
Ming do both? Try it I
Tour a dessert spoonful of your Dressing
into a saucer or butter plate, set it aside for
a few days, nnd it will dry to a substance
ns hard and bnttle as crushed glass. Can
such a Dressing be good for leather?
will stand this test and dry ns a thin, oily
film which is as flexible as rubber.
25 Dollars worth of New Furniture for
25 Cents. HOW? By painting
25 square feet of Old Furniture with
ss v. it, ly .
WULFF & RANDOLPH,
037 NorUl Front Street raiUDBUIM.
CACTUS BLOOD CURE.
SUPERIOR TO StRMLU
Causes no eruptions upon
tho skin such ;is nearly all
sursapnrilla mixtures r'o; but
drives the impurities from tho
blood through the proper
channels, tones up the system,
increases appetite, and rapidly
euros dyspepsia, constipation,
liver and kidney troubles, and
all diseases depending upon
an impure condition if tho
Sold at Klrlln'a Drug Store,
Ferguson's Hotel Block, Shenantl 'irh, Pa.
Ask my n Rents for W. I,. Dnuglns Hhncs.
If not for enle lu sour pluci- usU our
denier In eend fnr cntnlogur, secure tho
nzeucr, and get lUem lor nii.
WTAKK NO HUBSTITUTK.ja
WHY IS THE
WD L DQUCLAS
S3 SHOE cEN?8t?Mi?H
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE Willi J
It Is a seamless uhn. w lili in, Un-kscr w.ix tl:r (id
to hurt tbe feet; made of tho best Hue calf, slvli b
aud oniy, aud bccaime nv ,nite more ehoc of this
yrctile llutnauy other mttmtrtn'tuier, Itequals hand
sewed sllnea ciHtlnif from su.ml to Q ti).
4SS OIHJeiiuliic Hand-new rd, tlie flnent calt
PJJm shoe ever nfTereil rnr e-VHl! equals I rench
Imported shoes w hleh coht from ei.o ' to 61- IU.
4C1 Oil llnud--i'tfil Well Whin-, lino calf,
HSr stilish, comfortable and durable. Insbst
shoe ever olVeretl at this price ; same urado as cus
tom made shoes costing from QC.ml to $ i'I.
CXIO .10 Poller shooi Farmers, Itnllroad Men
uleja and LetterCurriersall weiielhnm. lltif-rnlf.
. seamless, Bluool Ii lhhiie, heavy three sl'S, cxtcu
1 slon edae. (mo pali w 111 wear ayoar.
1 .10 lint-rnlfi no better shoe evnr offered nt
I sX)im this price; i lie trial will c idviu;o thuJO
I ho want a shoo for comfort and servlee.
i fiiG -!5 nnd S.0O Workiiiuliiuu'H shoes
j P5s nio very stromt and durable. 'Ilro who
bavo given them a trlul will near lioolh-T malic.
Bl rtlc' $-.Ot) nnd tel. 7.1 school -1 j are
I QUI C worn bythe boyseverywhr ri . theysell
i on their merits, us the Increasing salei Miow.
IP H iaa fcl.OO llnnd-Hl-wi-d nil''--, bent
j bwCH vi itO Donitnla, ervstyllsh;(qual3lrcach
Iniiiorted shoes costln,' from gun) lo Sl.io.
I I. miles' V!.30, tS'J.OII mid l.75 shoo for
misses are ine nest iiaciionuoia. rawisiinuuuuranie.
t'uutlou. See that W. L. DoUKlas' ltamo and
price aro stamped on the bottom of , aeh i hoc.
V. h. DOUULAS, lirookton, Mass.
3"osop3a 33 evil,
Pilfi North Fourth Qt.
the iidIt genuine (i rnn An rieaa
bpecUlftt In tht Unit- d ttt-i who If
bio in euro UIOOU PolSOn,
Norvoua Debility "J Spe
cial DiBOnsea f bcth m,
Skin UUlucm, K d tijotc Palm In tb
Illutuboi1, HuJiiUfl, ruU tot or
Imrd Ukera, Bwtllti:t.H Irrjlktton.
InHuiiuUtjni ftiij, Runnlnn,
(sirioluret, WekntM bdJ Kttiy
doey. Ion rosjinorjr, wwk iwk, mcnUl milttf KUnny ao4
liUU-r IilifkMi nd lt Pitt) n-iuHluR tt m t
lu titcrLtIon or Offrworlt. Brnt etici cm 1 In 411 10 I
riUof kt onoB. pit riot lose hoc, no nutt. r n-i t adTer
Ulti? I)-wtr, QnMk, KimilT or l(r-p1tal rh -i i i t' J.
ir. THi:kl cum positively ,,r, t',"", ' ' '
tonlnft old, roi'KO, Mfnni.i Aflin ad Tin" r ' 1
himuhi rloh or h)ot n-1 9c inf ' ( t -tc
''TRUTH e'poMnn QnariVi unrlT mnr
HfnM rtnllT fr"tn t . Kv'm 6 to II V i I
lTi C m 11 Hui rlav 9 lill ll Writer cU ' ' ' 1
Fftr lluftirono Km Wedn. (4mrJa lhll dtvliv nr.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1S78.
W. Baker & Co.s
from which tho tnr of
oil has been removed, is
aud it 18 Soluble.
aro used in Its preparation. It Una
more than three times the strenq'h of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, nnd is tlioreforo far moro
economical, costing less than one cent
a cup. It Is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, iiasii.y dioksted,
nnd niliiilnibly adapted for invalids
as well as for persons lu health.
Sold by Crooora ovorywhoro.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
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