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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 5, 1896
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.TWO Hoy ami YOUNG TRAVELERS. Gladness Comes W ith a bettor understanding of the transient nature of tho many physical ills, which vanish before proper efforts—gentle efforts—pleasant efforts— rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge,- that so many forms of Sickness are. not chic to any actual disease, but simply to a constipated eont? ; Uon o.f thu .system, which the plcas:u>i. family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it is the only ^remedy with millionsof families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who Value good health. Its beneficial effects are. duo to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without dcbilitat'-ag the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its beneficial cil'ects, to note when you purchase, that you have the genuine ai'li- 'de, which is"manufactured by the California. l''ijrSyri1p Co. only and sold by, mil reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, «nd the system "is regular, laxatives or other remedies arc then not needed. If afflicted" with any actual disease, onfi .may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but it' in need of a laxative, 'one should havo the best, and with the •well-informed everywhere, Syrup of figs stands highest and is most largely •sed and gives mostgeneral satisfaction. A^HORTJOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. Over the Sunset Route—New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Francisco. " Was discontinued April ICth. The •uperlor accommodations given the great number of patrons of the above train during the past tqurlst season, warrants the announcement of plans tor next season of finer service with equipment superior to anything yet known ID transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-lnaugnratlon of "SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co. "Sunset Bonte" in connection with the "Queen and Crescent Route" are running the only line of through tourist Pullman CUeepcrs leaving , Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Loa Angeles and Ban Francisco. These excursions are specially con- dnoted, and the object Is to,enable those who do not care to buy the first-class round trip or one way tickets, to enjoy • comfortable ride with sleeping car privileges and no change of cars at ibe very low second-class rate. For further Information, addrew W. H. CONNOR, Commercial Afft S. P. Co., Cincinnati, 0. ' W. G. NEIMYEB, G. W. Agt 8. P. Co., Chicago, III. 8. F. MORSE, G. P. & T. Ajrt. 8. F. Co., New Orleans, La, Clrl Croa.s tlio Occuu Together Among the passengers on board the Htoaiiier Uhynlnnd recently were two little children, a boy nnd a g'irl, 1 who were traveling alone to different points in Ohio, says tho Philadelphia Inquirer. Tho boy was George Gough, nine years old, a brig-lit, sturdy, littfc follow, who, owing to the serious illness of his mother had been sent from Harrington, Kns'ljnd, to be cared for by his "Uncle • Jack" tttl-Jaminoiulvi I ie, .Jefl'erson county, 0,, until the mother np^.iin leaves the hospital. The boy was well clothed and very senate. lie was the proud possessor of $2.50 pocket money nnd appeared to feel rich. The g-Irl, in marked contrast to the boy, w:us as wild as she is'pretty, a curly, fair-liniml eig-ht-yeur-old, Mabel Bhincy, oC Wulsell. England, who was S'Oinff to join her mot-her nt 272 West Sixth street, Cincinnati, Both children had become great friunds while crossing and wore familiar with almost all the passengers. The boy tools his place by Chief Inspector [iup-hes' desk, and tin 'the immigrants filed in front he would correctly privc the came of almost every One. ICach and everyone of the passdn- ,™ers h:;d a Isindlv furcwell fur the little iad. On the pier t!io children feasted oa sx;ch delicacies as were to be purchased at the lur.i;h counter and clr.-ii;K copious dratisyhts of soda water wilii evident relish. They rushed hither and thither, the trirl always in the load, and varied their dclig-'ht by occasional quarrels. As soon as the majority of passengers had left tho pier tho two children were provided with railroad tickets, provisions for the journey, and, after boing: duly tagged with the full directions .is to destination, they were turned oven to the railroad company's representative, their friends being: duly notified, by telegraph- of their coming 1 . Railway Stations in Russia. It is a. peculiarity of t/ho Russian railways thn.t their stations. :wo generally hvc> miles distant from the towns and' villages -which they serve. This is said to bo on. account of the danger of fire, the houses in small places generally being thatched with straw. Advice lo Dyspeptics, A Simple, Cheap ami Radical Cure for All Stomach.Troubles. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Is the uew remody recently discovered and which has created *o much comment mnong physicians because of its peculiarly bfln- ellclal and rapid effects lu curing stomach troubles. Dyspepsia acidity, wlud on stomach and a host of symptoms relating to the digest!vo organs, wlilch arc speedily removed by the use of these Tablets, .Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are Intended solely for the cure of indigestion and are not claimed to be a cure for any other disease, although it Is a fact that two-thinUs of all - our troubles, both physical a nil. men ta],..:irl$e ..purely froi.M n disordered stomach and the miseries of dyspeptics are proverbial. -Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets constitute a radical cure because the tablets will digest tho food, any way regardless of condition of the stomach and in this way of treatment the body is nourished and tho stomach rested ami we leave to your good sense i'f such is not the proper, course to secure proper, healthful action in any organ. Any druggist will supply you wltl 1 the tablets at,only 50e. per package, each package containing history of the remedy and useful hints concerning diet and digestion. THE INTERESTING BEETLE, At: thn dose o.f 1SOO tho animals in the coMo<.-t.ki.u of tho London Zoological society numbered 2.3CO of which 70S were m-nmtnals, 1,207 birds and 354 reptiles. About twenty-three species of mammals twenty-two of, birds and one of reptiles wore bred hi the gardens last summer. >atnrnl nitrometer. A cane-bottom chair furnishes a natural barometer. The loud creaking of the canes when sat upcm is an indication of good weather, but when they are silent rain U probable. YOUR BOY WON'T LITE A MONTH. • So Mr. Giiiman Brown, of 34 Mill St., South Gardner, Mass., was told by the doctors. His son had lung trouble, following typhoid malaria, and he spent three hundred and seventy-five dollars with doctors, who finally gave him up, saying: "Your boy -won't live a month." He tried Dr. King's New Discovery and a few bottles restored him to health and enabled Mm to go to work a perfectly well mau. He says he owes Ids present good health to use of Dr. King's New Discovery, and knows lit to be tiie bes.t In the world for lung trouble. Trial bottles free at B. F. Keosling's drug store. FOR OVER FIFTY TEARS. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has aeen need for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success, (t soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wild colic, and ti the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately. Sold by druggists In every part of the world. Twenty-fire cents » bottle. Be sure and atk for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and take ao other kind. One KlnU Carrion )i Ciinnon Landed with u FlulLl-TIiu OytiNCiiH. Of all the ijisects' die beetles are the most interest ing. There isone that carries a cannon, which a naval man would call a. stern chaser, and is loaded with a fluid. Wl-.cn pursued the beetle firei it, and the other insect, usually a car nivcrous beetle, is blinded by the discharge of fine, aeid spray. Hence its na-nie of bombardier. The latest thing- ihnt has been learned about beetles is that Dytiscus marginalis cuts its way through the shells of snails and mo!-' lusks and eats the inhabitants. VV. I!. Tcgclindcr writes to the London Field and tells about the curiosity of naturalists at finding" sheds manifestly gnawed by some insect, or other, and the final discovery of Dytiscusrnar- • g-innlis at work on the shell._, Then he tolls some thing's about the Dyt'iscus .family. Says he 1 : "I know of no'more interesting animal in a.n aquarium than a, Dyti.scus, viho soon acquires the habitof following-tho fing-ers for food, and nmusys himself at n iff lit, if the aquarium is open, by flying round and round the room, and occasionally misses the way. and being- unable to return is found on the floor in the morning. There is one draw"back to the habits of this crca'ture. He is ft bloodthirsty tyrant of the nqn.arium, requiring the whole'place to himself, lor if kept with tadpoles, frogs, fish, or any other animals he quickly destroys them, even if many score times his own sixe." What hawks are to the other birds, pats are to 01 her mammals, sharks are to other fish, the Dytiseu's is to otbcr insects. THE BIGGEST L3-NS YET, To Be Mada of Oxygea stead of Glass. Gas Wonderful Dlncovcry h'ulit to Have Made by Prof. Giitcn. of WitMhlngL Moon to lie Brought Wiihin u row Mile*. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. TWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO. CONNECTING WITH THE VANDALIA RAILWAY AT ST. JOSEPH. . The expense of -heating a London theatre, the .Vaudeville, by electricity,,using storage batteries connected wlfli electric radio tors is said to have been less than 70 cents an hour. Mrs. E. C. Storey, the widow of Wilbur P. Storey, who died In Chicago hist week, was the daughter of the late Benjamin Bissel-1 of Poughkeepsie. After the -death of Mr. Storey she had charge of The'Chicago Times for a time.' Dt'Orty of i.lie ftufltthin NobtlKy. . Sorac startling sta.tist.ies of the decay of t.he Kussian nobility are given in a list of mortgaged eslatcs. furnished by the British consul at St. Petersburg. At present more t.han 10(1,000 cstatos, or 41 per cent, of the entire area owned by nobles, are burdened by mortgages, and the amount of money aclyancod on them has reached $fi::2.jno,000, of which SSSC,000,000 remains iin|iiiid. The Nobility Land bank, created by the government to make loans to stranded landlords, has advanced nearly its entire capital of $2,">0.flOO,CGO, and received but little in return. — Chicago Inter Ocean. The study of the stars is likely to be revolutionized by a new discovery. Before long telescopes will be provided with lenses not of g-lass, but. of oxygen gas.. They can be mode of almost unlim- it<Hl size, so that the heavenly bodies may beinspcctcd at comparatively short range. The moon will be brought within a few miles, so that every topographical feature of t.he side which it Turns toward .Uiecartl) may be explored and mapp<:cl. The problem of the so-culled canals of Mars will be solved, nnd if that planet Ir.is'any inhabitant.-? the fact will be as- eurUiined. In short, astronomical science will leap into a.new era. Suoh ;u-e the elaijns made for an invention which is the achievement of Prof. Elmer Gates, of Washington. Tha beginning of. it was simply a short, piece of iron tubing, in the ends of which pieces ' of-., glass were set. The littl<; cylindriea-1 box thus made was tilled with oxygen ga.s. Now it has been ascertained by Prof. DewaiM.hiitox.ygen is magnetic. He found that in a liquid condition it could be picked up by u in-agnet like iron filings. Prof. Gates turned this fact to account by converting the iron tube into :i magnet, winding- it- round and round with fine wire. A gas, of course, is ^composed of particles of matter whic)) are flying- .ibour, exercising toward each other a. mutual repulsion. Thus it will be understood that the molecules of oxygen in the little box were attracted ]owa.rd the magnet- ised iron ring, so tha.t the density of ! he gas was less in tho middle than near the ring. Prof. Gatos usc-d the box in place, of a glass lens and made photographs with it. Here, then, says the New York World, \v:is the discovery—namely, that oxygen gas woirld serve instead of glass for lenses. Prof. Gntcs soys that he can build a lens 50 feet in diameter which will photograph the moon on such a scale and with such accuracy of ;r.t would render a linc-n collar ..-"t to wear, can be iastnuily re- "vetl from a "Celluloid" \valr.r- ,".!-.:" collar with 3 wet cioth or • -.!•.!;!>. Kvcry workingninti who >: v-:-, Lo looiv ucal should \vcur the BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetters, chapped hands, chilblains corns and all skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per' box. For sale by B. F. Keesllns. -*- Beginning May 25th and continuing until about Sept. 30th the steamers of this line will make two trips each way dully between St. Joseph and Chicago, en the following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 4:30 p. m. and 1030 p. m., dally, Including Sunday. Chicago at 9:30 a. m. and 11:30 m., dally, Including Sunday, Extra on Saturday leave St. Joseph at m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. •:! Jtefaqlng time across, lake 4 hours. Trl-weokly steamers to Slllwatikee, leaving St. Joseph Monday, Wednesday T«D<l .J?TlOay evenings. :>.iTbte:etfnlpment of this line Inclu'des Mttrisltle Wifeel steamers City of Chicago «n& cAs"of"'MnwanlcGe (the largest and ihiest. : ;West 6f ^Detroit), and the newly ' 'ifSp^icr • City of Louisville. rsf-^Irfs*.'' Connections with all trffif 'flckcts on sale at all 'tQiis. Chicago dock T-he Argentine republic is goiag to send a team of polo players to England next summer, arid, ruucli Interest Is expressed- toi $ee their ponies, which arc said to comprise spedmeus of everj' Ulnd bred hi Sou ton. America. WHEN THE SWALLOWS HOMEWARD FLY. ' ' People begin to ask themselves, "Where shall I spend the'summer?" An ocean voyage, an Inland jaunt, or a coastwise trip which shall it be? In either case, one of the -most useful traveling companions, one fliat never fails In an emergency to which it is adapted, is Hostctter's Stomach Bitters, which remedies sca-slcknesa, nausea, headache biliousness and malarial complaints. Dyspepsia, rheumatism, nervousness and kidney trouble are also remedied by the great alterative and preventive. Tourists by sea and land, mariners, emigrants and western pioneers all testify to its defensive and remedial efficacy. Bodily and mental fatigue arc counteracted by it, and it prevents maladies which would otherwise' be brought oa by exposure. No one should start on a (summer outing witBout It. It Is the most penhiJ. and reliable of summer tonics, and suits the most fastidious palate. - ., . SPLENDID OPPORTUNITIES For homo-seekers and others desirous of changing their locations are offered In the great States of Wisconsin, Town, Minnesota, South Dakota and Nebraska. Fertile and productive land is for sale on the most reasonable terras, and there are many openings for all classes of business men, particularly farmers and diarymen. Those interested will' be furnished full ..information, free of charge, upon application to W. B. Kniskern, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, 111. Mrs. R. DeYoung, Mldleburg. la,, writes: I have used One Minute Cough Cure for six years, both for myself and children, and I consider it the quickest acting and most satisfactory Cough Cure I have ever used.—J. M. Johnston. Thus far this is the windiest presidential year over known, even if -Mc- Kinley.foils to open -his mouth to let any riling out o-C his internal vacancy.— Jackson Patriot (dem.),. Did you ever think how readily the blood Is poisoned by constipation? Bad' blood means bad health, arid premature old age. DeWltf s Little Early Risers, the famous little pills, overcome obstinate constipation.—J. M. Johnston. -. A'A geciiine ii:icr;:i:cn eoi- r,::d cuffs with a "Ccjiuloid" .'.ice bc:ir this lrade-t::ark. Uc- i;! 1 -. •* t.ir:i;n^i-7 'lo.'PTl't V.'pp them, orji-r of . .M': ..... T. (;.>.'!.-. 7r- 1't'C. .'"-h: (Julii, Wcc. pair, -•.'I..IJ.1. StiiU- hi.-.i: jind M..IF'. T!!ii CELLULOID COMPAXY, S«w Vorlt. is tne host clcnns«r fur thcttQ niioi]n. SAPOLIO FOUR "C' The followlne testimonial WKB entirely unso'K cited. T?fV7> I have received hundreds ol LAGRIPPE. In the Spring a young nmn's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of—DeWltt's Little Early Risers, for they always cleanse the liver, purify the blood, and Invigorate the system.—J. M. Johnston. Signer Zola, grand master of the Egyptian (masons of the Scottish Rite, has abjured free masonry and has been received'again into the Catholic church at Rome. The last grand master who gave up free masonry before him was the marquis of E-ipon. , ' . X my pictures reduced to one-fifth thn size of the object arc obtained 'by Professor F. E. Nlpher by photographing iu an. ordinary camera the image produced on a fluorescent screen. Photographs of large objects are thus made of convenient size, while details not vteibl to the eye arc brought out. There are twenty-six cremation associations in active operation in the United States. The oldest was organized at Washington, Pa., in 1STO, and the two newest are found at New Haven,.Conn., and Elizabeth N. T. (1S94.) The uumbet of IhciDerations reported is 3,670. Service ii<3'~M> QiAHAM, Fres., .•".'Bonton. -Harbor, Mich. Jterly Rlsap the Little that cure great tils.: k „,. - 'JobnrM. Johnstooi Children Cry for **«t<?b*r't C^tftoria. One Bllnute to the standard time, and One Minute Cosgfc Car- Is the standard preparation for isjwrj form of eongh ;or cold.' It, Is the arty TjarmlCBS remedy that produce* Immediate results.—J. M. Johnston. FREE TILLS. Send yonr address to H. E. Biicklcn vt Co., Chicago and get a free sample box of 'Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their mertts. T-hese pHls are easy In action aad are particularly effective In the cure of . coustlpn tilon and .sick headache. For malaria and Hrer troubles they have bceu proved invaliuable. . They are guaranteed to be .perfectly free ..froiu every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable, Tiiey do not weaken by -their action, but bj; giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the (system. Eogiilar -size 25c per 'box. Sold by B. F. Keesltng, druggist ' ' The very best antl-lynchlns laws are laws providing- a speedy and fair trial for nil crhniuals.-Dnll.-is, (Tex.) News. Eczema Is a frightful affliction, but like all other skin diseases It can be permanently cured by applications of De- Wltt'a'Witch • Hazel Salve. It never (alls to cure Plles.->J. M. Johnston, The soldta-s' home Is. on-'the highest hill in the. District ol Columbia,. 330 feet above sea. level » Subscribe for the Jourma v ( .1.1-"^? i,.«y.rf&t.t»!. jsiS-j'.y'te- Young mothera idread tho summer months on account of tic great mortality. among children caused by bowel 'troubles. Perfect safety may be assured those who keep on hand DeWitt's Cfollc and Cholera cure, and administer It promptly. Tor cramps; bil- tons colic, dysentery and diarrhoea, It affords i Instant "relief.— Jf;..M.; Johnston. Hnzen-S. Pingree,-jr., a-'son'of Mayor Plngree.of Detroit, Is attracting -attention, as an athlete. He has done some remarkable ninnlng^nnd- jumping.: Children Cry for When a little one i* '.expected in the family how lovingly the parents plan together for its future well- fare. They sometimes-even forecast its education and career. Does this seem ,too early to anticipate while the child is yet unborn? It isn't. The child's destiny has already been partly mapped* put by Nature according to the disposition and habits of the parents. The best plan a mother can make for the future happiness of her unborn child is to maintain her,own cheerfulness and health:while her child's undeveloped being is still a part of hers.- Her health at this critical period is of tremendous consequence :to the little one's .whole future existence. Every prospective mother will find direct nourishment, comfort 'and sustaining strength, in. Dr, Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It will maintain her vitality both bodily and mental; shorten the period of confinement and make labor easy and almost painless. It imparts.strength and elasticity to the organs concerned in parturition, invests.the mother with recuperative energy against any after period of weakness and depression, and aids in the lecretion of healthy nourishment for the child. It. is the unfailing cure of all " female weaknesses.". Dear Doctor— Your " Favorite Prescription, •'. il ie best njedkine to take before confineratnt ..int can- be found. It proved so with roe. -1 (ever suffered so little with any of my children »I did with my last, and she is the healthicsi, we mve; -When I began your .treatment. I could not itand on my feet.long enough to wash ray dishes rithbut suffcriDK almost death; now I do nil my iou«ework, wasnins.tookinj, lewing, and every- hing for my family.' M**)''' ""•"' THE BIGGEST LEXS YET. detail that the surface of our satellite may be studied to an advantage never .drenmed of hitherto. But this is by no means all. The leiis of oxygen gas is necessarily far more perfect than any glass lens can be made, inasmuch as the particles of oxygen under isuoh conditions as those described arrange themselves in accordance with mathematical law. Again, it Is an accepted .truth that lenses of glass hove their limitations. In other words, their usefulness in telescopic work docs not Increase indefinitely with, bigness. The leu-sea made for tho Lick a.sd i'erkes observatories represent the limit of size in glass lenst*; bigg-er onc-^ eou)d nofbe rendered available for practical purposes. With oxygen lenses it is quite otherwise. Prof. Gates believes that there is priujtically no limit to the size of the oxygen lens. His discovery will bring .the Vh'ole stellar, field into comparatively near view, and the astronomy of the near future will be a science .enormously more far-renching nnd comprehensive than at present. Think of a telescope -with a lens 00 feet in diameter! What might not this gig-antic eye search out in the realms of space as yet unexplored? The topography of Mars and the other- planets which attcrid the sun will become familiar. If there-are nhy people on the Martian orb some means may be found to communicate with them. Even far- off Jupiter may be watched as it cools off and gets ready to support the population which eventually doubtless will be evolved and furnish inhabitants.for that huge world ten. times the diameter of the earth. Prof. Gates has been making some researches recently which throw light upon the nature of the ether which is supposed to fill aM interstellar space. Hitherto science has been disposed to claim that this mysterious element, if such it may be termed, was homogeneous nnd continued evcrj'whcrc—i- c. not consisting of distanct particles. That they must be infinitely email goes without saying-:. but'the professor r.s- >erts that they arc 33 much smaller than i'chemical atom as. such en atom is smaller.'than the sun. If t-hat be so, it is'no. bonder that nobody has succeeded n's..yet in.finding ouf about the nature and properties of ether.' •' However; Prof. Gates thinks that, he i'ns made a beginning in research in this direction. The- first step lias.,lM.cn accomplished -by devising a means of crc- iting an absolute vacuum—something never.accomplished hitherto. The rc- .ceiver has absolutely nothing in it eave the long-sought ether. ' . . Wntor and Tj-phold Fever; r The. relation between water and typhoid fever is strikingly illustrated in Naples. In 1SS7, when well water was still .drunk, .there .were 4CS deaths from tha,t: ; d.ise;ase','••'while in 1S93. :wheh ; the, greater part of the population s drank H. B. Hullng, Manager Office Commercial Printing Co., 196 South Clark Street. Chicago, Nov. 22, ISM. R. R. Phelps. ESQ., City. Dear Sir:—I wish to bear testimony t« the great efficacy of your FOUR "C"'Wm- edy m throat and lung ailment*. A* a rule I have been skeptical of the merlU of proprietary medicines, but have to confess that a test of your FOUR "C" 1» convincing that at least one ready mida remedy Is worthy of general use. My children all take It without the least objection, from oldest to youngest and It li particularly noticeable that benefit Is almost Immediate. A single dose will: check moat coughs j» their beginning; It give* an unbroken rest at night. In my fam- . HyPOUR "C" Is simply Indispensable and I recommend It unqualifiedly. Yours J. R. HULINQ. ' CURED Mr BOY OF CROUP. I never Intend to be without your Cough and Cold medicine la my houe. I believe that at divers times'it hat saved the life of my boy when attacked with, croup. It has no equal for coughs and cold. Ed. Ferguson, 70S S. 7th St. I guarantee 4 C to give satisfaction In La Grippe, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup nnd Colds. For gale by B. F. Eeesling. BEV. S. P. KLOTZ. PASTOR U. B. CHURCH. Waterloo, Ind., Sept 8,1836. Pepsin Syrup Co.: Dear Sir:—I have been afflicted over twenty years with dyspepsia or sour stomach. I have tried different remedies without much benefit. Finally I bought a 10-cent bottle of Syrup Pepsin and found that it benefitt<ed.me. 'I am convinced that -It will do what It, la recommended when Taken according to directions. I have taken near!;. 01 bottle and feel like a different person. S. P. KLOTZ. J For sale by B. F. Keesllng. ' AU Brtjw, Mcitel .Pitted «nd •afH * T^trosene Oil. •.-; The Pathlight A boutiful, lhort,u(hly mid* and. [ toely finished Bicycle Lump, Jolt- M4'| cyclone proofs •mlto UI.T pnrtortbvconnttT<ai|)MllV THE PLACE a TERRY MTO. CO:, Z^rCintr* St.. Ktv.VorK i;-;-

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