The Postville Review from Postville, Iowa on March 26, 1892 · Page 3
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fit Pwtrllle Weekly Review. PfffMUU ITIB7 SATURDAY W. N. IUHOICK. BY TlaUM: 1 1.£>0 A YEAR II! ADVANCE. LOCAL REVIEW. —Balk Oyttari at Hart's. —Elgiu has lacorporatad. —Jelly In Palls at John Thoma's. —Veal calvci wanetd at Han's Mixrkot. Meat •—Washboards at 10c each. LtiruAK & SANDERS. —Loti of sssders are going into countrv. the -It'i a iew girl at the new homo Ja«. Ilojr. of —Sheriff Minort Wednesday. was in town on —11. II. Taylor and in Nebraska. wife atill linger -0. H. Utauehaine Osilan onTueiday. wai down from —PoetTllle baked bread, 8 loarei M eta., at Katon'i. for —Johnny llayleii Waukon laitSundar. wai oyer from —Joe Crawford returned to kit home at Sheffield last Saturday. —Our ton, Arthur, is atill "elligible' for a soason'a job on a farm. —lee the new line of Spring Cloth' Ing at Gray's Clothing Store. —Drsaa Trimmings in tho Latest Pat- trrni, at Luhman A Snnclera'. —Will Kujjati left yesterday for will. Mav auocoti attend him. the —Mrs. A. M. Thompson has been via ilinga sister atl'raer this week. --Wood ii wanted at Beedy's Photo Gallery In exchange for photographs. —H. E. Waters has tnored into the house recently vacated by John Wators. —Poultry bought and sold at Hart's. —Pop Corn lc a lb., at J. Thorna's. Tor Bale. My residence on the north side., MRS. H. B. UAZLBTON. Dreee staking And all kinds of Ladies' Sewing. Mw3 DAISY FABSE. Xlas Mary Crosby, Teacher o( Painting. Order speelalty. work a 43tf Xiao Anna Baaton lnstraetor on the plane and organ, PostTille, Iowa. Kiss Xellie H. Abbott, Teacher of Vocal and Instrumental Music, PostTille, Iowa. -A most enjoyable party was given al the Commercial House last Saturday evening In honor of alias Ullle Orr. It was good to be there —Those wishing to have teeth extracted without pain will find the Gas a ported anaesthetic. Dr. C. h. ToplifT has It In his ofBoe at Decorah. 1 wt - We are Informed that S. C. Perry has bought a fine Improved farm, with good buildings, three miles out from Storm Lake, and has moved on to it The price paid was f 40 per aere. This must have been a bargain, or Mr. Perry would not have taken it aud gone to farming agsln. Xsw Dental Rooms. Dr. Will Cole has opened a dental office over the harness store in the brick blook, where be may be found on Tuesday and Wednesday of each week, where he invites the public to call when wanting first-class work dose in his line. -The Y. P. 8. C. E. are. preparing something novel In tho form of a social to be given at the Cong, church, Friday evening, April 1. The prineipal fea til re of the entertainment will b*, the rendition of a humorous poem, illustrated by life sice pictures. Further notice next week. COMMITTBE. X<ist,of Letters reaiatnlng uncalled (or in the postoffice' at Postrillu, Iowa, Mar. 19. 1893. Parties calling tor any of, them will please say "Advertised:" Huldnh Bites, Carl Berg, Emma Eieue, Omar J. Girans, Omer Girens t, O. R. Gauls, S. C. Horton, Aane Johnson, A. W. Mitchell 2, EUlh March 5, Chas. Powell, A. N. Thomas, Thaddeus WHkle. JAS. PCBKT, P. M. GOOD FARM JTOR SALE. My farm of 201 aeroa for sale. Situated in Madixou township, Winneaheik Co., Iowa, threo aud a half miles west of Decorah, in sections 11 and 14. Well improved and timber «<nongh for farm use. In good state of cultivation. Well watered and good buildings. School within six rods of house. I<eng time will bo given on part payment. Inquire on farm far particulars. Address, Wat. MCINTOSH, (Box. 238) Decorah, Iowa. J. W. WARD & COS Greal Special Sale AND Great Clearance Sale I Horse-Shoeing. No hit and ratas, bat a goad' Job svery clatter and prises vory reasonable. TlIOS. SllORTRlED. —Do not fall to read the advartlae- meat of Sknlton & Tangeman, on the second page. It will be of interest as well as prolit for you to do so. —We saw nine loads of lumber standing around the briek block at one lime last Saturday, and six on Monday. The lumber market must be brisk. —Louisiana Dimenson, Cypress Shingles and Arkansas Yellow Pluo Finishing, for sale at SAWDERS dc KAPLBB'S. —Davo Jacobia was np on Wednesday, wo believe for the saeoud time this winter, and bought another horse. Dave is getting to bo a regular hermit. —A. P. Book, of tho Elknder Hegis- ter force, with his family, are the guests of Mrs. Bock's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. White. Wo are indebted for a call. —A Lady in want of a Now Dross •will do well to call at Luhman A Sanders 1 . —Mrs. Verguson, of Caliuav, boon visiting here soveral duys wook. has this -Our new "city" government will be on dock on Friday evening of next week. —Mao Perry has so far recovered as to be in the postofliL -e again a part of the lime. --Hiehardion A Norcross Shoes are the best for Ladies. Sold by Luhman & Sanders. —If you want wood leaye woro with me or any of my teamsters. P. J. BBUCIIEK, Drayman. —Luhman & Sanders can lit you out with a lino pair of Shoos. A large stock to aeliict from. - Geo. Stone has goue to Denver and Chas. Medary is] assisting his brother on the Graphic. —Our job department hns been rushed of late, but so far we have been able to till all orders. —Tho vernal equinox brought a cou pie of inches of snow but tho weather was mild. Spring will be hers bofore long without uiuoil doubt, al least April will be here. Sckool Books. We now havo a full and complete stock of school books used in the Postville schools and will sell them at the lowest school board prioes. We also carry n full stock of all school supplies al the lowssl prices. Brick drug stole. R. N. DOUGLASS. - Chas. Creglow, of Cassville, Wis., has been looking over the town with a view of opening a dry goods store here. Ho is said to be a fine business man, with ample capital, and these are the ktud of men we want. We understand that it he can got Lull's new room, adjoining the bank, he will come here. . MAD AM K~ atlTOHJBLli At Home Permanently for 3 Months. Madame Mitchell will toll your for Uitiu to perfection, tell what you are best adapted for, and show you the likeness of your future partner. Call and be convinoed of her wondcrfal powers at her residence, north of the Milwaukee depot, Postvllle. Roll of Honor. We are indebted to Ike following fine list of subscribers far cash on subscription this week. We are gratified to know that the list is larger by three than for tho eorrcsponding week of last year: F, Dresser, J. H. Meier, J. S. Drnssor, II. Sanders, A. P. Abbott, Walter Loom is, Jos. Nlcolay, Mrs. N. J. Beedy, E. I*. Morse, Mrs. L. A. Easton, W. V. Conlov. David Smilh. " 0. M. & St. P. Excursions. For the General (Quadrennial) Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church to be held at Omaha, May 1st to 30th. Tickets on sale April 38th to SQlb inclusive, at one faro fur the round trip; good returning until June 1. For the Iowa Stato Eneampment, G. A. R. to be held at Oltumwa, May 10th to 12th. Tickets on sale May 8th to 11th inolusive, at ono faro for the round .trip; gopd returning May 10th to 13th Inclusive • M. E. TALCOTT, Agt. Commencing on AND LASTING- 30 DATS. |"WABIjg^P,l8o"3. J POSTVILLE CLOTHING llofiSLV CARL HOLiTER, Prop. 1.25 1.20 ->Wo are glad to nolo that Tom Vledary's name has been onteredon the pcuslon rolls al $13.00 por month. It is time that all the old soldiers had a little of the fat.' —Herman and Edith Harris and Ruby Webster took in tho Goed Toni- plars eutertainmont at Castalia last Saturday evening. Tliey romaincd ovor Sunday with friends. —The Business Departmout of Prof. Breckenrldge's School is doiag excellent work. A complete course is given for only 96.00 in addition to the regti lar tuition, 93.00 a uion'h. - -Mrs. Morse and family left us on Wednosday night for their future home at Luverno, Minn., where their many friends wish them prosperity and hap piuess. The REVIEW follows them. —Dress Goods Head Quarters. New Styles and Pat terns nearly every day. Look them over, at —A. W. Lango is trying a now gas engine as a motive power for his woll drilling maohino. —John Thoma is drawn on the petit Jury for tho U, S court to be held in Dubuque in April. —District court and tho board of supervisors will bo In session at Wau knn week after next. Luhman & Sanders'. —Klein & Lukenbill will have a grand opening of their mammoth slook of Spring Millinery on Saturday of next week, April 2nd. Everybody cordially invited to come in and inspeet thoir stock. Demorest Contest. There will be a Demorest contest at tho M. E. church, on Tuesday evening, March 29 No one will be admitted to the audience room whilo any contestant is speaking. Contest begins at 7:10. No admission charged, but a collection will be taken. All are cordially invited. —Walter Looruis, ('-Kuudt" for short) who has worked In Kluss' har- uoss shop for two years and eight months, wont home to Pi'airio du Chian last Saturday. Ha is a stoady, fnilhful young man and mado many warui friends hero who will bo glad to hear of lis success in life. The UtTiiw will help to keep him posted on Peslville happenings. -Miss Mary Kloin retnrned from Chicago last Wednesday night, where she has been purchasing' a fine line of millinery for the firm of Klein & Luk enblll, aud also looking up the latest stylus in spring and summer dresses, They thank their niany friends for past patronage and shall aim to merit a con tlnuauce of the ansae. Satisfaction guaranteed. —If anybody wants a good, new business building, sultablo for a millin. ery and dressmaking shop, a shoe or harness store or any oilier small business, in a good location, adjoining the REVIEW office, we will put up a building on short notice. We don't want to take the chances of putting up a building unless somebody wants it. —E F. Medary moved his family here and set up housekeeping in the Lassey residtnee tho latter part of last week, and is aow a full fledged eilisen of Poslville. So far as the REVIEW is concorned it extends them a cordial welcome, and hopes all our people will do the same. Mrs. Medary is of one of tho very best families of Waukon, and is highly respected and esteemed there, and we have BO doubt she will be equally so here whou she beeomes acquainted. The Graphic is a corapet- l'.or bat thai shall have no influence with us in soelal or other relatione. We are not a socialist and we believe in the survival of the fittest, no matter what effect it shall have upon us. This is a free countrr and whoever eannot stand must fall by the wayside, and there is no use in whining about it, Welcome to Bro. MeaWry and fam'.ly. WILL PLACE ON SALE 500 Sacks Gold Medal Patent Flour, best grade, 500 " Peerlsss SOA£> tiEAL 300 boxes Soap bought by us at Carload Prices and guaranteed absolutely pure and to be the best Soaps in the U. S. One lot "Hustler" Soap, regular price 5c per bar, will be sold one box of 40 bars for $1.00—2ic a bar. One lot "Chemical" Soap, the best and strongest •white soap made, 25 bars for $1.00—4c a bar. "White Dove" Soap, the best combination laundry and toilet "white soap in the IT. S., 25 bars for $1.00 4c a bar- The two above kinds are regular 10c goods. One lot "Hand" Soap, a pure coacoanut oil toilet soap and as fine quality as mads, 25 bars for $1.00 -4o bar. Will sell 1.00 worth or one box to any one party at these prices. Goods are sold for SPOT CASH ONLY. MEN'S CLOTHING. 150 Men's and Boys' Custom Mads Suits. 100 Men's Custom Made Pants will b«puton sale at Speoial Sale Prices, that will CUT to the bed rock of all competition. —Mrs, Anderson moved to Lnana lust Monday, to make rssidence with her married slaughter. —Mrs. Gorham'a mother, Mrs. It tow a, has returned from her visit at Emnietaburg and Mitehull, S. D. —Mr. Dawes took home with him in his car 150 btishols of potatoes, which arc worth 60 ets. per bnsliel there. —Frank Goss has sold out and removed to Albert Loa, Minn., where he tias purchased a saloon business. —Leslie Donaldson got his left baud quits severely out on a circular saw last week. It is lucky that It was no worse. —The man who recently bought a portion of the Hall Roberts farm, beyond Myron, had the misfortune to fall from a load of lumber, on Mouday, and broke his arm. Dr. Green, assisted by Elmoro, tixod It ip for him. House Tor Sale or Sent. A good now house, on Murdook streot, In Postvlllo. Good collar, woll, eta. For sale or rent on favorabls terms. Apply to 62w4 MRS. JOHN THILL. —Old papers, clean aud unopened, fust the thing for pastry shelves, etc. in any quantity, at the REVIEW office. —Ed. Cornell is preparing to opsn the livery business with an sntire new outfit of horses aud carriages April 1st. —The Unton Creamery Co. paid 98 cents, net, to its patrons for milk far the month of February at all Its factories. Look Here! 7or Bale. The doll very outfit of the Postvllle postoflioe, consisting of 114 call boxss and 68 look boxes, all in tip-Up order, is for sale CHEAP; to he delivered May 1st. 1892. This is a rare ohanoe, Inquire of A. R. PRRSCOTT. -The play of "Out In the Streets' was* presented In the new hall at Cas< talia last Saturday evening to a full house, and it was well rendered. The eoelpts were 146.80. A few of Post ville's young people were in attend' aace. —Col. A. G. Stewart was In town on Wednesday, having just returned from Florida. Ho called at this offles in our absence. —Miss Nora Riley has a situation at Mllford, this state, as a trimmer in millinery shop and will go tuero in a few days. —The sound of the hammer is heard in almost all part* of town. At least four new buildings have been com tnenced this spring. —Still there is a great demand for houses to rent. It is scaroely posslblo that enough can be built this ssason to supply the demand, -W, F. Conley, formerly one of our pojjmJar tonsotlal artiste, wai in town •on' Tuaaday and made this office a phjatantvalt. He report* nil business •I Un 'Jgn very Mllsfnitory, Glad If -This issue closes the first quarter of 1892 anal our collector will mako the rounds amoug our patrons as soon as the bills are made out. We always try to pay our debts at the close of each quarter. In this connection we will say our buslnoss has bsen better this quarter than It was for the eonespond ing quarter last year. The gi eat bulk of the people stand by the old friend Take Wotiee, That the Fortville Steam Roller Mills will grind Feed, Corn Meal and Graham Monday and Saturday of each week hereafter. Having added a line of wood-working machinery we are prepared to do Planing, Matching, and all kinds of sawing, on short notice Bring in your logs and have them sawed. Respeotfully, E. D. STILES. 8IONAL8 IN WAR. FMaoai M«Mi»B FL * Sent by Flag-Waving or Fla»l>-I.!«ht. Tho art of Intercommunication by moaue of semaphores aud flash Ughto, BO often rcBortod to by military commanders, cither to mako tholr own movements known to their allies or to discover to supporting columns theoxaot movomonte of tho enemy—In faot for many different UBes —Is ovon. In those piping times of peace an oxooodlngly Interesting ono. Perhaps It is not gonorally known that tho first signals ever used In the field wore during tho lato war, and on the success of our system of flag-waving and torch-flashing at night are based tho systems now used by the armies of the entiro world. Tho United States army woa also tho pioneer In tho use of the eleotrlo telograph on the battlefield It was seen with MoClollan on tho Pen insula, but at Fredorleksburg Qon. Burn side brought it into use for the first time during aotual fighting. Ono of the most charaotorlstlo signal inossagos of the entire war oame to Qcn. Sherman on tho afternoon of October 16th, 1804. Sher< man had Blgnalod to Brig. Gen. Corso in Altoona, Ga.: "Hold the fort." After many hours of waiting the flai) waved baok the following message: "I am short a oheek bone and an ear, but am able to whip all hell yet. My losses aro vory hoavy. A foroo moving from Stllosboro to Kingston given mo some anxiety. Tell me where Sherman is." One of tho most famous messages of the war woa partly signaled. It was Gen. Sherman's to Llnooln, reading: "To HIH Exoellonoy, President Lincoln, "Washington, D. 0.: I beg to present to you as a Christmas gift the city of Savannah, with ISO heavy guns and plenty of ammunition. Also 35,000 bales of cotton." The megsago was wired to tho admiral of the fleet, who signaled It forward, CAN'T BE SitATIJN. That's just what's the matter with our Boys' Suits— they can't be beaten. Look at them from any standpoint you please, that's the conclusion you will come to. We don't say they can't be equalled in material and make, but we do say that there's nothing that comes within range of them at the price s. We pride ourselves oh the great Seleotion and Variety in Two Piece Suits. School and Boys' Suits at from $1.20 upward. The prices we are naming are lower thai! • you will find elsewhere, but we have extraordinary reasons for lessening our stock, and the quickest way to cut down our stock in a burry is to cut down prioes in a hurry. Our new selections in Men's and Youth's Suits comprise all the latest novelties, and no master how hard you are ' to fit or please wewaiit a chance at showing you what we CAN DO FOR YOU. IK FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND CAPS, we are to the front, and kindly refer you to any of our. best dressed young men to verify our statement. Wilson Bros. Fine White and Colored Shirts (no more > expensive th;»n ary other cood manufacture) are the best fitters made. The Collar Fits the Shirt and they make you "tired." "The Lnoky," "The Buckskin" and "The Indicator" brand ol Hats are sold only by us and the prices are,. ri,jht. We are Authorized by the Manufacturers to Warrant Each and Every Hat. DEPEND TJPONUS FOR PERFECT SATISFACTION AND VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY. Come to us for your Spring Goods and you will come out ahead. CARL HOLTER. HE GREAT CLEARANCE SUE WILL INCLUDE 50 pair Women's 5.00 Hand Turned and Hand Welt fine Kangaroo Shoes, for 3.00 a pau\ 60 pair Women's $4 McKay Sewed fine kangaroo shoes for 2.50. 75 pair Men's congress and button shoes, worth 2.50 to $3, for $8. 100 pair Child's $1 fine grain button shoes, sizes 5 to 8, for 60Q a pair. 50 pair Women's Ikid shoes, worth 2.00 and 2.50, tor 1.25 and 1.50. YARN. 100 lbs. All Wool Grey and Brown Mixed Yarn for 45c. per pound. 100 lbs. All Wool Yarn in high colors, for 60c a lb DRESS FLANNEL. One lot 52 in. wide, worth 50 to 60o, for - 28io One lot worth 35o, for - - ( 16io Also great reductions on all Flannel Dress Goods. CORSETS. 100 Corsets. Great reduction to close out the lines HATS. 100 Men's and Boys' Hats put on sale to close out at greatly reduced prices. —Hardy Barnes is much improved in health, while Peter Smith has not felt as well this month. The variable weather is aet so good far rheunialio difficulties. When we . get settled spring weather we hope he will Improve, —Tho saloon* bay* been in hot water during the pas. week, th< deputy sheriff having been here on three or four different days. Four or more have besti olted to appear before the next tarn of court, to show oaura why the injunctions against them have not bsen violated. Wo ars not informed as to who the informants ware. -The Waukon Democrat starts Its Lansing department this week with much mere advertising than the home I papers have usually carried. This is a surlous old world of ours, isn't UP We Ilk* to set Tom's push and enterprise rewarded, but how much better it would bs for all conoerned if th> Waukon end of the Journal and the Lansing and ot the Democrat would withdraw and each go bam* and let the town* support their two home papsin, whits are, ample' lor either town. —Mrs. J. B. Hart sends us some full sited Apple blossom* froai her trees. Now don't oonoludo that we have bsen transformod into tho bauana belt, for the weather ot the past few day* don't indicate it, even if the winter ea the whole ha* beon warm. She took some apple tvigs about a month ago and plaooil then* in water and the blossoms are the result. Thanks for this remembrance and the seomlng anomaly. WinterBxcursions to Warmer Olimes. Eieurslon Tickets te Mexico', California, Georgia, North Carolina, Florida, the Gulf Coast, Teias, Hoi Spring* of Arkansas, and Bxcelslor Spring of Missouri, now on sale by agents of the Chicago, Milwaukee 4 St. Paul Bail- way. Apply for rates and other information to the nearest agent, or addrsss Geo. H. Heafford, General Passenger Agent, Chioago, Illinois. Summer Prediction. ED. RBTIBW:— The prospeet for the coming summer was novor inoro prom-' Uiog than now- Svery sign—the wind, the snow, the dutt, the shower*, the sunshine, all point with certainty te a rioh, rank vegetation. We always like to see the dust fly in March, if it isn't but for Ave or six day*; for invariably good crop* follow Why Red Kxoltca the Bull. It te a familiar faot that brightness in itself powerfully attraots most If not all animals. The higher mammalians are affected In tho same way as birds mid Insects, although not in the same degree. Thla faot portly explains the rage of the bull. A soarlot flag flutter rasa at. It Are you going to buy a New Carpet this spring? Now is your opportunity to see a choioe selection of ALL WOOL INGRAINS. BODY BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY BRUSSELS^, UNION & COTTON CHAN. Prices Low if you buy. It will cost you nothing .to see them. Also remember that I carry tne' Largest Line of Lao^ Cvirtains, and Window Shades and Fixtures in the oity. Yours"Respectfully, WALTER CHRISS. "A dusty March and eool wet M»y Fill* the barn with corn and hay.'' That couplet 1* very old but vary true, and for this latitude it would be well to expect the "eool wet May" in April. A spring drouth nay ooour through May a* it did last year, but ande from the Inoonvenlente in orlti- vallon It doe* no harm. Nest week I will explain what I mean by a,pheoom- inal teaion. J, Ifaixo. ing In the wind or lying on the grai tracts his attention powerfully, i does that of othor animals; but though curious about the nature ot tho bright object it does not nng«r him. His anger is exoited—and this Is the whole secret ot the matter—when the color Is flaunted by a roan; whon It forces ulra to fix his attention on a man, 1. ©., an animal of another speolea that rules or drives him, and that he fears, but with only a slight tear, whioh may at any moment be overcome by his naturally bold, aggressive disposition. Not only does the vivid oolor compel him to fix his attention on the being who habitually interferes with I his liberty, aud is consequently re- guardod with unfriendly eves, but it also S roduoes the Illusion on his . mind that lie man Is near htm, that he is approaching him In an aggressive manner) It is an Insult, a ohallengo, whioh, being of so explosive temper, he Is not slow to acoept. It Doew'l F»y to Steal Them. A professional seldom steals shoes that are exposed iu store doorways or In front of windows, though occasionally an amateur or a new beginner will do so. The reason the experienced hand resists what appears to be a grave temptation is bis recollection ot disappointment* In hi* earlier days when a precaution, now often overlooked, but then almost universal, made thefts ot this kind very un- S rofltable, The precaution consists in ispleylng odd ehoee, and not placing a a pair together. The result Is that the man who snatches a couple of shoes and geta away unseen la apt to find his plunder worthless, as no receiver of stolen goods cares to give anything for odd shoes which it would be uiffloult to match or mate. When whole boxes of shoes are placed on the sidewalk the precaution la Impossible, but lu that case there Is usually a clerk or a boy on the lookout. When, however, only a fow samples or leaders are exposed, the pian I* quite feasible and often adopted; $V«B in thete days ot carlees^***.. to Reap a Benefit I ,©.F. GMNTON. A complete and fullstook of Lumber, Lath, Shin- T gles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings and Building Pa- 1 pe,r, yellow pine Flooring and Ceiling oak,' ash and maple Flooring. AH parties intending to'd6 any touildiiag the coming, season will oonsuTfctfceir; own interest by obtaining 1 figures from me. Particular attention to filling bill*. Beit of grades only handled. If You Want the Best for the Least Honey Call and See Our Line of And here it still goes. Best Water White Head Light Kerosene Oil, 10c a Gallon. Why pay 16 to 20c at other stores? s. Jewelry £ Silverware I Soitief Special Bargains in Jewelry for* the Spring iracie. W.J. BLANKS, POSTVILLE, IOWA. J. W. WARD A CO. INTENDING K E> i P xmda +pmB OF IMPORTED' DlUfT OB OOAOH HORSES To vUli oor n»blti •ncjimpict oor itookol luVbiTip PKIH-WIMHIIIO AHINUTS btforsbayls tluwhsrt, Amws ibamsr ' J —"-"" fr -" —''-- " ' holly conmtod rtiow rlosi I l»n(U.» Will also 1 M *9 »l»'ll r-v...... „ lbs and oft«Mon. Wo iUoh,»vei fine lot ?t you ig Short Horn Mid Harford Bulls far iMMfflDwi- wtlt to wrlta but com t stoneo and mtkt your lalactlorji. Tarmiaiay, audcrlcat thi(d«(ia,mt«lh das, Corraippsdwaa.- WAUCR BROS. 0»,»>1 M Q)tgf Sf »W* impact oar l>i;a itookol IyfoaTip PRIIS-WIHSINO AsiNttrS bafor* baylst", > ars 18 first, 4 second and 8 gVan'd awaepstaka print, wlsnara, all rtesnd | a y, gain Sgptambir, 1B91, Will ejchariha Iuiport«d.«l6ok 'JorWflJ !ooatjld;^itw. allloiis 10 rasponilble partioifor tut saasott ot 189*, plop (in^llHt'il^HfflC al

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