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Alton, Illinois
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.-^•^tMJ 7 .'"'^" ••yi.|»ryinri^ WlBk ^Attil||»t •1 *ij.y XT J-i •" Viw" , ft ', > •<• - i -/,^^ . ^.gffi^g r ^te^g a YEAR, 1 Jiff"" Jsntury 14, 1838.)'. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, DEC. »B, 1898. TEN CENTS PER Give the People a Chance to Patronize You^You Can't Expect them to Come to Your Store Until They're Asked. Try the Telegraph. ———— .i.,.i.^-—.—». p .. . L STANDS Any war you look nt It, TUoHlu'nvln-WIHIxiim I'ulnt «i.nndR. Wbllo land point covers well, but It chalks and ruin off. Klflo p»tnt •prcodo well, Imt It crnckn utiil peolii oir. Ncltlierono alone makes a durable pulnt. Tho HIicrwIn-WlllliiniB Paint combines tbe bout qualities of both with tbo highest skill. It contains tho beta lead In the bent proportion, tho best silno In tbe beat proportion,and tho bent oil und drier nnd color, all In tbe bolt proportions. From every point of view HutnmlH comparison with lead paint or rJncpulnt. JUtands when exposed to the weHlhor and liunl wear. ltilnii(>8iilon|B—gvorjr can fully guaranteed, and behind tbo euurauteo all tho rceouroosand tbo reputation or tbe Company. THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS ll specially prepared for every hlndof palming. On tlio right kind for yout worK. Uo by the Itlwl. A pinctiaU hook on immune free, TM* SHe«WfN"W«.UAM8 CO., PAINT * COL.OH MJIKBUS. MSI) 8t»<v«rt Avc., Chlcafc'o; nlso Cleveland, New York aud Montreal. H. W/CHAMBERLAIN, Agent. HowelPs Carpet House has some fuie new patterns in Carpets, just the latest things out, and the prettiest to be had. Rugs of all kinds, Linoleums, Oil-Cloths and all kinds of seasonable household goods we can show. Orders for Carpets should be sent in at once to insure prompt delivery. AfeJ.-HOWELL, 117 West Third Street. Fire and Water-Proof SENATOR MORRCL DEAD Venerable Vermont Senator a Victim of Grip. Owing lo 111* WiMiktirM CoiiMUimMit to JII>< Ornnl A|{O tln> Sctmlnr C'liiinot Slinko Oft H\« Altnck of ilvlp, \Vlilrti In Ciimi>ll- cntcd ivllh Lung innl Ili'urt Trouble —• Tonlt 11 l.rurthiK I'art in tho ArTulrn of Ihn Unllcil Nlnli-x Hrniiiis Washington, Vice. 28.-Senator Morrill (if Vermont In porlniiHly 111 with nn Bttnck of gi'l|>. rompHi'iiti'u 1 \vllli Imig anil heart trouble, and bin dculh, It Is Raid, IH but ii matter of a Rhnrl time. The senator Is 88 years of age ami. owing to the weakness consequent on ROOFS f A _ * Gravel asa Compositior? fiat ROOFING MA TBRIALS ABSOLUTELY "PURE BAKING POWDER Makes the food more delicious and wholesome KINO POWDER CO., n Manufactured *>? JOHN M. SELLERS, of c i Louis. WSo h« W«l7 roofed the foItowlDg bulldl i'Totiiooo Wireuonie, »n4 Lemp'k Hrewary, litijt. •" Drop t DOittl to or call oo E C. MAC otol, NewTianten' Kouss, The ahcascc*. »s<S h«i rs9f> *?er f-» AOT. Corner S A REMARKABLE SCIENTIFIC AND . • WONDERFUL SCIENCE. j "SOLAR BIOLOGY.", YOUR FUTURE CAN JRULt AND ACCURATELY B£ FORETOLD, HI A V It •PUT 11 lUljlll FUTURE OAH m gSSSfej&sa^'safcasftass CHBTHmiUTTIilE. g5£2££SS*W Electric Power. We are prepared to contract for Electric Power at Low \f you know of any manufactrer who s seeking lo- operating all kinds of machinery; pumping water; any mechanical application, call on us for in fact Electric Incandescent Lights. Arc Ughta, Power. ;pALL'«"»WINTER 1899. Prices guaranteed. u Come and be Convinced before going elsewhere. M. MOR1TZ, •rchant Tailor, iia West Third st is THE souu (op iwnv ooop WIPE, YOU NBBP JUSTIN SMITH MORR1LL. nls great age cannot shake oft the attack of the grip. The grip Is complicated with a touch of pneumonia, and latterly his heart also has become affected, BO that Dr. Van Rensellaer, Ills physician, holds out no hope of his recovery. 1'ntrlarcli of the Senate. The senator has been for Eome years the patriarch of the senate, and has held a warm place In the affections of his associates. He likewise has en- Joyed the fullest confidence of his con- stltutents who, notwithstanding- his years, re-elected him In 189G for a fifth consecutive term, which will not expire until March 3, 1903. It has been his annual custom tor several years past to make one formal address on some topic ol live interest to the senate, and this has been listened to with attention by his colleagues, who have regarded these epceches as remarkable In view of tHe age of their author. The last address was delivered a week or more before the Christmas holiday adjournment, the subject being- the need of & build- Ing for the use of the United States supreme court and other courts. Its deliverance shewed few signs of lessened vitality, and at Its conclusion the honor was done the senator of an unanimous passage of the resolution on which he spoke. Merchant and Farmer. Senator Morrill waa born in Strafford, Vt., April 14, 1810. In early life he was a merchant and later an agriculturalist. He was elected to the house of representatives in the Thirty-fourth congress and for four succeeding terms. Then he was transferred to the senate as a Union Republican, taking his seat March 4, 1SC7. Since that time his service has been continuous and he has the record of the longest unbroken term of service in the history of the senate. He has taken an Important part in the legislation of the last thirty-years, especially on commercial and financial questions, his position as chairman ot the finance committee giving him n leading part in all measures relating to 'lie tariff, banking or the currency. WASHINGTON, D.~6., Deo. 28.—Seator Mo-relldiecl at 1:25 a. m. UUTH ASHSIOKK DEAD. Mm. I»abcl Mnllnn, "»al>," Expire* lit New- York. New York, Dec. 28.—Mrs. Isabel Mallon, best known by her noms de plume of "Bali" and "Ruth Ashmore," !s dead at her home in this city. Mrs, Isabel Mallon, best known by her pen names of "Bub" and "Ruth AEhmore," was born in Baltimore and came of the old Sloan family of Hartford county, Md. Her paternal ancestors dwelt for live generations in Hal- timore, where she lived until her mar- vlage to William Mallon in New York, when she was but It! years of age. After her husband's death Mrs. Mnl- lon was employed by a pattern publishing house In New York lo write fashion articles, and for over three years kept at this line of work, when she left It to begin her "Bub" letters. Tho idea of these letters was her own, and no one has successfully Imitated her, (hough there have been numerous attempts. She was a hard worker, and for nine years never missed a single week, and very often her work was done from a bed of sickness. Besides her "Bab" letters she wrote, under the name of Kuth Ashmore, n moral elhiuelto guide for the Ladles' Home Journal, which made Hint name- familiar In home circles all over the United States, Mrs. Mallon made her home tn New York with Ue.r mother, who survives her. Wvll Known Printer Ueiul. Chicago, Dec. 28.—Victor Bradford Williams, one of the most widely known printers In the United States and for tsventy years employed In the composing room of the Chicago Dally News, is dead. Mr. Williams had many ardent friends. He was once active In labor circles and never flagged In his zeal for the cause he believed to be right. He was 50 years of age, a. native of Grove City, Pa., and served his apprenticeship on the Mercer American Citizen till ISM. when lie started out as a journeyman printer, reftchlns__C"li'>»K" '» ls77 - Ex-ttuvwnor Coolir. no Dvuil. Wilmington. Bel.. »«c. 28.-Jol>n V. Cochrane, ex-governor of Delaware, l» dead at his home In Mlildletown, aged DO years. He was elected governor In November, 1874 on the Democratic ticket. At the expiration of this term lie retired to private llfo. __ SOVUIB Ciule In ICiigluiiil. London, Dec. 88,—A fierce gale In sweeping over the British coast. Tho croiis ctittiuiel service has been Interrupted 'and several wrecks and rescue* have been reported. Nil Trtiuo of AiiUren. that \vttB sent out by the Swedish government In «earch of Anflroe, the arctic explorer, who attempted lo reach the north Pole In a balloon, and who nan not Ulrica Veen reliably beard from, ho» returned frotn tho northern Siberia. Months were spent In fruHlosu effort* to learn the fate of Andree and hi* two oompa nlons. ^ Ma I»rjuk» <•" *•<«• Lexington, Ky., Pec, 88,—Christmas was the first day In the history of Lexington that thirty men could not get a flrlnlt, JSvery saloon In tho city was closed by mutual agreement of the proprietors, 'This action wa» brought about by the foot that the recent grand jury Indloted all saloonkeepers for vlo- the Sunday law. i;.',:.:: :: > ; ;ni IIAXST.AWJHTKH. 1 i-ji*l«t I!." <'Mi>:.tln itml Sri'iiml Mali; ol' ,\"o\v Orleans. I>'.-c. i!S.~-Cuplnln H. J. 3d, lift' well-known commnndtT of the Crmnwcll liner Kiiick'-rr.ocki-r. nnd t-Vc- ciml Male P. M. Jlidhou of the fame vcFP.fl wrtc mn.'Sli'd on Hi? arrival on rhai-Rf-R 'ot innnslmiRhlcr. The nllfgvd [ilmp"occ\iiiod on Nov. C, while the VCK- «'!l was nt Pen. The Knickerbocker left New York on Nov. f., and when a few hours out n young num. Riving Ills nurm< us L. Tr-uch, and his residence o? Bt. Ji'miiclBvllk'. this state, WHS found on board without a tlcktt. HP Mated Hint hlH brotliei-ill-law in New Yolk had made arrnncemt-nlK for his pas- SHSU lo this city, and everything was nil right. Captain Pout did not believe bis story, and told him, as a stowaway. !)» would have to work his paFsairc. T«uch protestf'1, and staled ihal he w;,i;ld make everything all ripht wli'n he reached New Orleans, a* Ills In St. Francisvlllo were wealthy nnd would pay his passage as noon »s he could communicate with them. On Sunday, Nov. C, TVurh W;IH ordered from below and placed at work incoming deathly seasick, he had to null and go back to his bunk, The mntc soon noticed his absence and again ordered him on deck. He bepBed plleously to lie allowed to remain below, us hu was too 111 to work. The mate, acting under orders, it .is nlh-gcd. of Captain l j ost. was obdurate. The''matt! had been heard repeatedly to threaten him that if he did not woik IIP. would throw him overboard. Tho last timo Touch appeared <m deck Bounds of a si.-fllo were heard, find Hies were succeeded by the try of "A man overboard!" The vessel was quick!} stopped, but young Tenth sank to risu no more. The mate is charged with hi Ing thr- cause of lhe young man's death and Captain Pest as an accessary. Thc> were released on bonds of }",W.n> each and will have a pn-Ilinlnnry hearinr In a day or x<>. It IK probable that an action for damages will be broufih against the Cromwell line by the moth •er. of young Tench. MME. i'AULJUEU ACQUITTED. Fiv-nch Winimii Who Wounded nn Ktlltnr for u I><-famulory Article. New York, Dec. 28.—A dispatch from PariM says: Mine. Paulmier him been acquiit.ed of the criminal charge of having wounded Mr. Olivier, secretaire <ln redaction of La Lantorn.Vbut has been condemned 10 pay 15.000 francs damages on thc'clvil charge of the material injury sustained by M. Oliver. Mine. Paulmier touched the audience deeply by her Impassioned referi-nces to her daugter, for whose sake she had taken the law into her own hands when the article appeared in La Lanterne reflecting on her honor. As for the author. Henri Turot, he took all responsibility for the consequences of his defamatory article upon himself nnd said he was going to try to forget his remorse by means of a long exploring- voyage. Malt res Jcan- neney, for. M. Olivier, Lombard, advocate-general, for the government, and Danct, for Mme. Paulmier, presented their cases In a measured way, all equally reproving- M. Turot, as well as Mme. Paulmier, but at the same time finding a sort of moral excuse for the latter. Tho question really was one of what amount of damageought to be imposed, as in France the woman is sure ot acquittal under such circumstances as these. Trial ii r Airs. lintfcln. San Francisco, Dec. 2S.—The talcing of testimony In rebuttal In the Botkin case has commenced. The most important witness was Mrs. Maggie Smith, an em- ploye of the Victoria hotel, where Mrs. Botkin lived at the time the candy was sent to Mrs. Dunning. Mrs. Smith stated positively that Dr. Tyrell did not visit Mrs. Botkin on the afternoon' of July 31. She stated that Dr. Tyrell visited his patient on Monday and was sure it was not on Sunday, for the reason that she was never left In charge of the house on Sunday, being otherwise occupied. She identllled Dr. Tyrell. Dr. Tyrell was called and said that he was sure that the visit was made Sunday. July 31. UN, JLI) GLORY IN The Stars and Stripes Float Over Many Buildings ixsuii: or nn: SI-AMSH LINKS. Hov. Minor .IKIIIII Arrissti'il, New Haven. Conn., Dee. 23.—The Bev. J. B. Miller, the divinity graduate arrested last week on charge of having stolen many books, was re-arrested on another charge of theft. Dutoctlvo Donnelly found that a valuable gold watch, stolen a year ago, In Miller's trunk, belonged to o. W was hidden Tliu stolun wati.'li Wallace, another Tim «'llj- ItrlKliI will! Color und Nol«y ivlili i In- I-;X|I|IIH|IIII "f I'lriM:tncktrn~ Two Hvnlim'iils "f Infantry »»d « I'nl- tcry Hull from Mnulln for Hollo, Wlilr.h CUy They Will Tuko I'<iH»trs»l<Mi of—Tul- Icy'i'u lie A.luplnl In rlilll|i|ilil««. Havana. Dec. r;S.--Tlie citizens of Havana rca'l in their morning papers,an order from Captain General CaFtellanos pprmiltltm- the display of Cuban and (lass inside Uie UIKJB of Spanish joi):-'''i:tion and early In the morning the stars and stripes and the lone star of Cuba floated over many buildings in the heart of the city and In streets where the Spanish soldiers still keep suai-d. The only buildings except- cd In the order are the government offices. Havana therefore is now bright with color nnd lire-crackers are being exploded In the streets and on the plazas. Out Camn tlic Klaca. Fear of the .Spaniards disappeared with the appearance of this order, for out en me thousands of Hags secretly made by the women of the households, or clandestinely purchased from adventurous peddlers. Itobert A. Scott, formerly city treasurer of Jacksonville, Fla., succeeded in getting a small cargo of (lags Into Havana some weeks ago and flags originally costing about 4 cents have been Killing for about SI each. The order of Captain General Costellanos was Issued after a conference with General Ludlow. General Ludlow rode around the city late at night watching the temper, of the people in the streets. Fourteen persons were wounded by people who fired different kinds of weapons In the streets. Ol'IT TO I'ANAY CAPITAL. Two Infantry KcgimEiiU and a Buttery Sai! from -Manila. Manila, Dec. 28.—American forces have been dispatched to take possession of Hollo, capital of the island of Panay, and the most important port in the Philippines after Manila. General Miller commands the expedition, which is composed of the Eighteenth United Stales and Fifty-first Iowa regiments of Infantry, battery G of the Sixth artillery, and a signal detachment. The expedition sailed from here on the transports Pennsylvania, Arizona and Newport. The transports are convoyed by the cruiser Baltimore. The departing troops were given a cordial farewell by their comrades of the American garrison, who rather envied their chance of seeing some active service. Many native and foreign residents witnessed tbe embarkation and gave the soldiers their best wishes. Residents who have relatives or friends In Iloilo are very glad to see the American troops sent there, as their presence will assure the preservation of order. It is believed here that the Spaniards are on the point of evacuating Iloilo. The town has been besieged for some time by native Insurgents, assisted by invaders from Luzon. It Is not believed that these insurgents will make any serious resistance to the establish- me'rft of American authority. The native Junta of Panay some time ago declared Its Independence of the so-called Philippine republic headed by Aguinaldo. POLICY Ol' 1 AHMIMSTUATION. Cablnut Member Tolls of Thins Kegnriling HID PlilllppliiKH. Washington, Dec. 28.-A prominent member of President McKinley's cabinet has outlined the policy that is to be adopted by the administration toward tho Philippine islands, as follows; 1. That while the products of Porto Illco and Hawaii are to couie in free, tho products of the Philippine Islands must pay the Dingley tariff duty. We are to trade with them on the same bafisi as the rest of the world. ^. The open-door policy will not affect the customs dues between the Uniti-d Stales and the Philippine Islands. To nuikf them self-supporting, the Philippine tariff Fchcdule will require tills country tu pay its share of cusonis duties. 3 The United .Slates Is to take the Filipinos under It? care;.to teach them the principles of republican institutions; Insllll Inl free Im-tltulions. 4. To help thr-m (o n knowledge of »elf-gov<*rnmpnt, and while military rule must lie maintained until other laws tire made, to place Ibe islfiml government on a sflf-suslalnlng, pnyltift basis. Ileyond thlH Ihe administration has thus far not gone. Hut It has Riven the question of expansion thoughtful care. J Mutiny In Ibn Ctiliftn Navy. New York, Her'. 28.—Tho ferryboat J. H. Hrlnkerhoff. "the Cuban navy," did not sail for Cuba on Halm-day, an waa expected, but l« still tied tip nt Hlaple- ton. Considerable difficulty IB being experienced In shipping n crew to take the vessel lo Cuba, as her ability lo wllhslnnd rough weather in the open sea i» questioned. 11 Is alleged that the Brlnkerhoff relurned the first time, not on account of the fire which broke out on board, but owing to tho fact that the crew became mutinous and refused to continue the voyage. General Kclfcr does to Ilnvnna. Bavanna, da., Dee. 28.—Major General J. Warren Kelfer and the headquarters officers of the First division, Seventh army corps, have departed on the United States transport Panama for Havana, where General Kelfer will establish headquarters. There was a large crowd at the dock to see the general go aboard the Panama, and as he stepped from his carriage there was a cheer. Ilmlli". of Soldlora on Itoaril. New York,Dec. 28.—The United States transport Port Victor has arrived from Santiago de Cuba. Por.ce and San Juan, Porto Rico, with twenty-three cabin passengers and a number of discharged soldiers, tcamstei's, elo. There were also four bodies of soldiers killed at Santiago on board. HOLIDAY GOODS aro prepared to show » e auRortmont of. , , , p r | cefl . Lace Curtains, Porliers, Table Covers. nest CARt'IJT SWKHPI-KS made. Boeldea an Klognnt Stock of CARPETS and Room Hlze KUOS. A.Neerman&Son. OVERCOAT SALE have Now is your time to buy an Overcoat Cheap. We Civil War Inevitable. Lima, Peru, Dec. 28.—Advices from Bolivia say that the condition of affairs there is serious. Young men belonging to the best society are Joining either side, the banks have lost nearly all their clerks and civil war is inevitable. 300 Men and Boys' Overocats, which we will sell for the next 20 days REGARDLESS OF COST. We must clear them out and it will pay you to come and price before you purchase. Model Shoe & Clothing Co. THE EXC0.LENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the CALIFOBNIA Fio SI-RUP Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing- the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is inanu f actured by the CALIFORNIA Fio SYRUP Co. only, a knowle3ge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the CALIFORNIA Fio SvKtrp Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatiyes, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company— CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. •AN FKANOieCC, C.I. t*TTiavn.I.E. Kr. KBW T •"**• K. T. THE HOLIDAY SEASON la at hand at Marsh's Drug Store. Yon will find Cigars, Choice Perfumes, Hair and Cloth Brush i And many other beautiful and useful thlnga. Henry Watson, >*» liberty and POWDER. The constantly increusii';-; dc-mrmd for Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, U> ifcudard en.:;.-'. of tartar powder for forty years, i:; d>:c to two causes. FIRST:—The extreme care exercised by the manufacturers to .make it pure, uniform in quality and of highest leavening power. Skilled chemists test every ingredient no to purity and strength. SECOND:—Reccat State investigations show that the majority of other baking powders contain alum, and consumers arc giving such powders a wide berth. Nothing is left to chance-in the manufacture of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder It is pronounced by all authorities us free from aluin or other adulterant. It never disappoints. Each can is like tbe other. The BEST is ALWAYS the CHEAPEST. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, (Chicago, 186.*) Special Cold Medal California Midwinter Fair (1894). THE NEWS IS BRIEF. Jay I.. Athey, one of the best-known attorneys and one time a leading Dem- cratle politician of Cleveland, O.. Is dead of pneumonia, aged 44 years. Captain H. D. Evans' name ia prominently mentioned as Rear Admiral Bunce's successor in the New York navy yard. The Hum of £25,000 has been raised in London for a memorial to Gladstone. Policeman Hrown was wounded and nn unknown highwayman probaVJy fatally shot in a desperate due! between three masked robb»rs, a policeman and n saloonkeeper at Tncoina. Wash. The central school bulldine at Charleston, Ills., burned, causine u loss of JIC.OOO. About 400 pupils are thrown out. Tin- Missouri legislature Is to be aske.l to appropriate $10,000 to Investigate the coal, gas and petroleum deposits In northwest Missouri. Mrs. Christina Hoob, aged 92 years, committed suicide at Philadelphia. Fire caused J1D.OOO damage In the office of the Bridgeport (Conn.) Standard. At a shooting match at Ramsey, Ind., James Bteman was accidentally shot, r'i's wounds proving fatal. Thousands of Armenian families are at the point of starvation. Joseph Randolph, who escaped from the Muncle, Ind., Jail two months ago, has been recaptured. Mrs. Mary Brady died suddenly at Terre Haute, Intl.. from heart disease. It Is nald that the attack was brought on by an excited controversy she had with her Bon on Christmas. P. A. Northern, an Insurance agent of r>es Molnes, la., has been arrested on the charge of obtaining money under false pretenses. Ilavlnff no Jull at Jerome, Ariz., the police, handcuff the arms of the prisoners around telegraph poles. William Kelly, while hunting, was shot and killed by Robert Slayton. It Is thought lo have been nn accident. Jeff Bolli'ii. colored, was lynched by " masked mob near Harmony drove, (!a. He wa« charged with hurnliiK a barn and shooting at the owner. A Norwegian engineer has Invented a process for producing paper glue, dressing gum, and soap from seaweed. Mrs. James Brown Potter, who was critically 111 In London with pneumonia and pleurisy, has fully recovered. I'rjB MuUo» » 1'imco Oll'm-lntf. Lewlbton, Me,. Pec. 28.—Mrs. W. H. White IIUH received a teleuram from her father. Senator Frye, at Washington, directing her to present $1,000 to the Central Maine general hospital at Lowlston as "a peace offering 1 and ChrlstiniiH sift," In memory of Kmma Fryfl, hiM daughter, Iron Kuriiuca Wn-uhml. Lebanon, Pa., D.-c. !».—Tim North Cornwall Iron Furnace at Cornwall, operated, by thu LucKuwunnu Iron and Stufl company of Scranlon. was badly wr»uk«d by fin explosion. Several men bad narrow escape*. The dumuBw is at McAdam, Building Stone, Cut Stone, Curbing, Doorsills, Window Sills, etc., etc., Alwayi on bund. Aiio_ Dealer la Cement, Lime, Sand and Plaster Paris Side Tracks Running Into tbe Quarries. Telephone No. 31. AI TON ILL, Residence 6a8 Alby «t. /\l-« I wl^» ll-<J-« ;i J. Bauer & Sons FURNITURE, Undertakers and EmbalmersJ Second Street. Opposite City Hall. 7. W. BURGESS, Cor. Sixth and Alby ate Best Brands Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables, Buckwheat, Pancake Flour, Maple Sap, Fresh Oysters, Celery, Fresh Bread, Fancy Butter, Flour, Pure Spices, Fine Teas and Coffees, etc. Telephone 69. FDverany No! it is riot claimed that Foley's Honey and Tar will cure CONSUMPTION or ASTHMA in advanced stages, it holds out no such false hopes, but DOES truthfully claim to always give comfort and relief in the very worst cases and in the early stages to effect a cure. For sale by E. Marsh and S. H.; WysY Licensed Ueaernl Superintendent tud Mechanic*) Or*uf bUnuw. Uooior iBMraTWMdTft lOBlftrpMMMP ' ' IOJ W. THIRD STKBHT, Third

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