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TiltS DAILY ASTORIA N, VKDNK3i)A MOKMNU, MAY 10, m
JOHN T. L10HTTCR. Editor.
Telepbon No. .
TERM! 0 8UB8CIMPTION.
Bant by mall, par year ;.. KM
Bot by mall, pr month JO
rve4 by carrier. nr month II
Bei.t br mall, per jroar. in UTU.,.tN
Postag fre to uorrrbr.
Ail communication! tmnod tor publi
cation should b directed to th odltor.
Busines communication of nil kind
and remittance mutt bo addreed to
Tho Astonao guarnmee to n advar
ller tho lamest circulation of any
niw-apapar publUhed on tb Columbia
Advertising rate ex east ca
atlon to tb bualoe manager.
TIDE TABLE May, 189't.
j LOW WTK
I A '" H.T V. "si.
h.m; ft. I h.m,a
Mon ... II 4 8 4!, 8 M T 1 11 2i 0,
11491 J 8
Tne ... : 8K. 1 69 7 4;
Wed .. it W " i 'i is I
Thu ... 4 ll.VTI't
Frt .... 8 a7f 1418 8'
Sat .... (lI7 7:'10itj
Bun ... 7:1116,7 8 111 16 S I;
Mon ... 8'.. .. . .;1ST8'
Mon ... I!.. .. . .1 1169 8 8
Tile ... '.. ..!. .1 UHTTt
Wed ,.10t 1 40 Mil ISS J 6;
Thu ...11 114 1 0.1 I SI 7 4:
1 lt! I 5,
8 10 1
8 15 1 1
4 161 0 4
5 10 -0 I
I 48' -1 0
7 S3 4 0
8 15-41 9
8 U . i,
Krl ,...12; J.i S Wlil 3!
fist ...13 J tiS 1 1 44 7 1! I Mi 9 0
Sun ...14 816 7 4 4 JWti 10 11! V ' IV J
Mon ...IS! 4 Mi7 0:1 5 10;S 9 10 51) 1 0 U 111 8 5 I
Tu ...16 4.W8SM 8117011153 16 '
Wed ..IT 5 54 8 1 I 7 00 7 1 0 SI! 81 11 16! IS
Thu ...tt 7 06 5 9' 7 4" ,7 8 1 SO 19t 1N 11
Fri ....1 81260m 8S3 7 5i IK! 84 ! 1 Sl IS
Sat ....SO 114 111 9 IS 7 9, 8 18M 154! 17
Sun ...21101164 lOuUSI 4 1, 10 84. II
Mon ...E110b67'10 44 S6 4 5 0 8 I 4 S 8 8
Tue ...23UM:7 0!!1115O: 8 4Jij)4! ri 81
Wed ..24i.. ..!. .Iil2 42 7 311 26 -0 9 45 14' S 1
Thu ...! 0 06 9 l!) 174 710i4 8: 7 00 81
Fri ....26j 0 4? 9 lj 1 16 7 6 i 7 S3 -1 8 I 7 Wi 3 1
Sat ....27 1 Si 3-1 S 01 7 7dl -1 8i I 41 3 0
Bun ...fc 1 0'! 1 48 7 8: 35 J 0 ' 9 ' t S
Mon ...2S"i 3 19 SS I 4 Jti i , iv m- w ;j
The open klir to Mr. Hammond frjm I
Mr. Campbell, publisht-d In tojay' A.
t,rian. lf9,rv mcr than pacing at-
tentlon. It drals with a mystery n: n
many o:hi-r IvsMes Mr. Campbell woulU
like to !"ee care.i up. Why Mr. Ham.
mond. If hr wants o devtlop hU rail.
roaJ Into a paying proprriy. doe not '
construct the 15 mile ectlon nei-essary j
to open th, grat Nehalem country to As-
toda Is a puxxle to every one who under,
stands the situation. There is no other
region accessible to such short and com.
paratively easy railroad construction on
the Pacific coast that offers such great
returns on the Investment. Taking every
thing Into consideration; the lay of the
land: Its peculiar adaptability to l;eging
operations; the immense area and quality
of Its timber: and Its vast and valuable
coa! deposits, there Is not, perhaps, on
the American continent a similar sec.
tion of country In such a state of virgin
undevelopmenL Every acre and every
foot of these Incalculable resources can
be rendered tributary to Astoria and the
mouth of the Columbia river by this
short extension of the A. & C. Inie.
pendent of any common point arrange
ments with other system:
the A. & C.
road cotiid be converted at or.ce from a
money-losing proposition into on-? of the
best paying pieces of railway property
In the whole coun;ry. and Astoria trans,
formed into a substantial and thriving
city by the wealth that would litera ly
pour out this way throush this simple
extension to the nrmuth of the NVhaiem.
The prompt action of the cabinet in
the case of Edward Atkinson, by which
the documents prepared by him as vloe
president flf the Anti-Imperialist league,
nave been withdrawn from the mails.
Is a timely iheck to those persons of th?
same kidney, who have been plotting
mischief in the Philippines. With as.
founding effrontery they have actually
sought to make fhe government an in
strument an Instrument in lt own de.
feat. According to the statements made
by Postmaster general Smith, a! the
cabinet meeting recently:
"Thes pamphlets actually in ite to
mutiny, anil it would be utterly unjusti.
tlable to permit their circulation in the
Philippines Their circulation Is a move
ment to iuouce the soldiers 10 disobey
orders, and in effect to embarrass and
resist the government In whoe service
they are engaged."
And furthermore-. I
"Not only are they designed to incite .
to mutiny the American soldiers in those
Islands, but alio foment and encourage
Isurrectton on the part of the Filipinos
themselves. Such seditious literature as
that no-v estopped might have an effect
that would be Incalculably to their ad.
vantage, and certainly would tend to
tttlmulate and strengthen their already
There Is no question whatever about
the power of the law to punlth such ac's
as those of Atkinson, by Imprisonment
for not more than ten years, or by a
line not to exceed 810.000, or by both.
No further action, It seems, will be
taken against the offender unless he
atiempts to repeat Ills offense, the gov.
el .iment authorities being inclined to be
lieve he has no proper conception of Its
grivlty, From an interview- had with
Mr. Atkinson, this would seem to be the
tne, for he actually attempts to Justify
his traitorous conduct, and admits that
he even wrote to the war department
for a list of American officers In Luzon
J ftmtmM$& 111 llifi
I i - l ev.
ANctfc table Preparation for As
similating the, Food ami Regula
ting ihc Stomachs and Howls of
(Jrpnw.Morhinc nor Mine: J.
jl A period Rcnu'.ly I --;:.
lionour Mc.;w.!.i w..iiWii,
Vcnrs I'owh: cx:'.s
r.r3 cr.J Loss or SLixr.
tXACT COPY OF Vr'RAPPCR.
- om he v, to hBj m tren.
.able stuff, announcing that to b his pur-
pose, u Is notlciablf. howewr. th.it no
promise to quit, "without comm- n; "
jAlkBf0B on pf the ,.flvak.. rru0
.of the symem of liberty and l.rgp tree
;Jom of aptveh which prevails here, anl t
'f.r which the system Itself should not
' be held responsible, and appears to have
no higher conctp-.lon of governments an!
thrir relations to each other than that
;of & j, 50cWy ll0Kfvfr
he seems to be likely to learn. The firs:
sign of It is his discreet conclusion to
maintain a masierly inactivity for the
Walking tb Floor.
When a business man gets to the point
where he cannot sleep at night, where he is
so shattered of nerve that it is torture to
even remain in his bed. and he has to get
np and pace the floor it is time for that
man in hnnp himvlf tin with a round turn
If he does not. it means nervous nristr&tiofl
- - - r; .
and mental, if not physical, death.
For a man who gets into this conditio; I
there is a remedy that will brace him up. '
put him on his feet and make a man of him
again. It is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Ittkcovery. It goes to the bottom of things.
It searches out the fir-t cause. When a
man is in this condition you can put your
finger on one of two spots and hit that first
caus the stomach or the liver or both.
This great medicine acts directly on these
spots. It promptly transforms a weak stom
ach into a healthy one It facilitates the
flow of digestive juices and makes diges
tion and assimilation perfect. It gives a
man an appetite like a boy's. It invigor
ates the liver. It fills the blood with the
life-giving elements of the food, and makes
it pure. rich, red and plentiful. The blood
is the life current, and when it is filled with
the elements that build new and healthy
tissues, it does not take lnr.g to make a man
well and strong. It builds firm, muscular
flesh tissues and strong and steady nerve
fibers. It puts new life, vigor and vitality
into every atom and organ of the body. It
cures nervous exhaustion and prostration.
Nothing "just as good" can be found at
I had uffered about eleven years with a pain
in the tiA, k of mv he-i.l and back." writes Mr
Rulert HnWard, of Varner. Lincoln Co., Ark I
' I suffered for eleven yenrs nd "pent a irrent
deal of monev for doctors and medicine b;:t iid
not rei relief Tt-en 1 tried four U.-ttle. of the
"Ool'ien Medical Discovery' and improvi-d great
ly. I sent for five more and now am glad to tell
everyone lhat I am in Konr! health."
I And now the small boy spends more
j iirae in devising how he can write a
(note that will convince his teacher that
it is a request from his mother to excu.-e
I him for a day than in perfecting himself
In the maneuvers at Manila.
If you have plies, cure them. No use
undergoing horrible operations that sim
ply remove the results of the dlsense
without disturbing the disease Itself.
Place your confidence In DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve. It has never failed to cure
others; It will not fall to cum you.
If you wish summer to conn- more
quickly than you ever thought was pos.
sible Just make out a note for 30 days
and it will be this date in June before
you are ready for It.
It makes nc difference how bad the
wound Is If you use DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve; it will quickly heal and
leave no scar. Charles Rogers.
It Is a woman of rare courage who
dares to leave a room In which are two
or more of her dearest feminine friends
only waiting this cnance to tear her to
Bears th Kind You Hane klmn Bought
It Is always so much easier to wfjte
an acknowledgment of money received
than an explanation why a bill cannot
be paid on the day specified.
Acker's English remeay will (top
cough at any time, and wilt cure the
worst cold tn twelve hour, or money re
funded. 25 cent and 50 cent. For alt
by Estes-Conn Drug Co.
For Infants and Children.
pjhs Kind You Have
hmo 8 org
A box of strawberrt'- has ceased to be
as expensive as a tox at the opora.
Its least virtue is
that it lasts so.
Soap is for comfort;
the clean are comfort
able. A child voices many grown. up's sen.
timent when It says It does not want to
go to heaven because it is better ac
BEWARE OK OINTMENTS KOR CA
TARRH THAT CONTAIN
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering It throusth
the mucous surfaces. Such artljies should
never be used except on prescriptions
from reputably physicians, as the dam
age they will do Is tea fold to the good
you can possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by K.
J. Cheney tc Co., Toldo. O., contains no
mercury, and Is taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucou sur.
fares of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine
I: is taken Internally, and made in Ted,
lo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Te'l
.o.'lu itj ii:ugg;,;s, price 7j cents pr
Hall's Family Pills ar the best.
yoj Itav.- a too 1 app-'lte at this
n 't the year yon . an lie pret y nun-
that your health does n"t n
-d w Trying
Pneumonia, la grippe, couglis colds,
croup and whooping cough readily yleid
to One Minute Coug-h Cure. Use the
remedy .r. time and save a doctor's bill
or the undertaker's. Charles Rogers.
No longer is it correct to say that the
bride entered the church on the arm of
her father siie was brought In by her
Bean th The Kind ito Haw slwans Bcujlit
Saiary day or the ,.,y ;,fr a dollar
looks like 3 cents, but ;i cents !o ks Ilk
a dollar in the middle of th,- w-.-k.
J. D. Bridge, editor and proprietor of
the Democrat, Lancaster, N. H , says: "I
wouid not be without One Minute Cough
Cure for my boy, when troubled with a
tough or cold. It !s 'he best remedy for
croup I ever used." Charles Rogers.
And now the woman who spent her last
cent on a fur coat wishes she had saved
her money for fluffy summer finery.
Sick headache absolutely ana perma
nently cured by using Moki Tea. A plea.
ant herb drink. Cures . onstlpatlon and
Indigestion, makeit you eat, sleep, work
and happy. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded. 25 and 50 cents. For
sale bv Estes-Conn Dniar Co.
Many a woman who can drlv
n.hand cannot drive a nail.
e a four.
Don't think you can cure that silgh
atta'k of dyspepsia by dieting, or that It
will cure Itself. Kodol Dysp-psla cure-
will cure It; It "digests what you eat."
and restores the digestive organs to
health. Charles Rogers.
The old game of crowding Into the end
seat In the open car has begun.
By allowing the accumulations In the
bowels to remain, the entire system Is
poisoned. DeWitt's Little Early Risers
regulate the bowels. Try them and you
will always use them. Chas, Rogers.
Some men seem to particularly enjoy
imoklng because It annoys their wives.
If you suffer from tenderness or full,
nes on the right side, pains under
shoulder blade, constipation, bllllousness,
Ick baadacbe, and feel dull, heavy and
leepy. your liver I torpid and con
ceded. DeWitt'i Little Early Risers
will cure you promptly, pleasantly and
permanently by removing the congestion
and causing the bile duct to open and
flow naturally. They re good pills.
13 Bears the
l Siguaturo ir
i I V V
uone w in
and Dispatch. Prices
Reasonable. Call at
The Daily Astorian.
The Niuth Pafirto Brewery, of which
'r.Ti bn KorP ' pnipriotor. make )wr
for ilcmps'ie ainl eipirt tra.lt'.
JMorth Pacific Brewery
w m m r t
The I1VI1KIJU Hotel
THOS. CJI'INEAN. Proprietor 5
S::?KS.ou... Portland, Or.
SHASTA MIXEKAL WATEK, I'EITEK. XOtiLC.
HK'KOKV AM) SHAWS MALT WHISKIES.
ALL OTHEK LK.UOKS. IES, tSCEK AXI) CIGAKS
Served Dny ontl NIcHt.
AUGUST ICIAT. - - Mnnaer
Ouitrbt..! I.a .....
u nn.s, a i- ei.
nc, lost Power. filt;lLow. Sneimutormoea iMOmnu,
Jack, l it S-s if , .ivinm fmlno-s, I m .io, sgrou
bllliTt MaHdact 0'"tt.ss to
e" ons ipiitmn. tt'rt QuicKn' Of oisr
tou. Hi-.r""! .a.
tf t I'm i;.t. l a
m s7 tstuiklMl, wttli k ImUs. Cu.uUi. liW.
Acker' Dyspepsia Tatdets ar sold on
a positive guarantee Cures heart bum,
raising of food, dlstrtas ater eating, any
form of dyspepsl. One little tablet give
Immediate relief. and to cent. For ,
al by Estes-Conn Drue Co.
Wli-n money talks tbetf ar.- vry few
foreigners who need an I n t- r jn ! . r.
Some of the results of m g e ted dys.
pf-p'lc conditions of the stomach are
cancer, consumption, h'ari d.seaie and
epilepsy. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure pre
vents ail tills bv effecting a quick cure 1
in I ease of dvspeps.a. Charles R'tr- r. ,
ids kti) v m YA.t : Bojjgtti
The sort of talking dom- b-hln.) D-w.
ey's b.nk Is the exception to the general
TO CURB A COLD IN O.NB DAT.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tableta.
All rdugglst refund the money It It falls
to cure. 25 cents, 'llie genuine ha L. B.
Q. on each tablet.
A great many persoim who are consul.
ered llght-lifiirteil are In reality only
CASTOR I A
For Infant! and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought j
A strong pull always adds to a man's
success, particularly ir tie Is a ueniist.
Shows the state or your feelings and the
state of your health as well. Impure
blood makes Itself apparent In a pale and
ajtjHow complexion, pimple and skin erup-.
tlons. If you ar feeling weak and word
out and do not have a heajthy appears
ance you should try Acker's Blood Elixir.
It cures all blood diseases where cheap
sarsaparillas and to-caued purifiers fall;
knowing this we sell every bottle on a
positive guarantee. For sale by Es'es- i
Coon Drug Co.
Of Any Description
BoMim! u: for futnity ti or keg
bwr stii plied at any time, ij:iv ry lu
lbr city Ire-.
w w v .5
f I 1' H e. It. ut 1 1 f 'l t itl.tnf ft m tSMH
: ' - Ou'qi Lost Manhood, lm
drry, o-j; of f,ssj Pemesi, Varlcoejje,
re Ouckn of oi 17111
- ,jl I .iv.it ii...-" " L'M
charg. Btoos Nr
I'm., i . ,-' tiel l-rfMtf !
H..i.. .mill. L-.ls4
e'tnon 3tt Co.. Pranoiaoo, 0U
V it aal by Chart Rori
; TKMPI.t I.Ol'OE NO. 7, A
V. AMD A
M. Regulnr communication hall on
M. ; E. C. HOLDEN. Secretary
Q. A. HOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AND C ill NrfKI.I H
Office. Pond Street. Aat oria. Ore.
l i These tiny Cipiulei are
l Yl to Balsam of Copaiba
these tiny Capiulei are superior
to Balsam of Copaiba
C.L- .-I-" I
s,UDeos or injections inaiyiM,
CURE IN 48 HOURSPUT
the same diseases with,
SiIJ Av all l'rti)'iriit.
. rilllK 'Not ill. Western Limited" trattn,
' electric lighted throughout, both In
I side and out, unci hImiiii beai.il, are,
'without cxcepilun, (hf, finest trains In the
i world. Tli"y embody the lutes!, newst
'and besi Ideas for comfort, convenience
land luxurv ever offered the trawling
,' public, and altogether are the mot coin.
I .oleic 11 rid splendid production of the car
j builders' art,
! These Splendid Trains
The (irciit Northern
The Northern I 'unfit ;inil
I The Canmliiin I'neific
AT 8T. PAUL FOR I
CHICAGO and the EAST.
No extra charge for these superior sr.
iijimiKslatlons and all classes of tickets
are available for passage on the famous
"North-western Limited." All trains on
till line are protected by the Interlocking
W. II. MEAD, F. C. SAVAGE,
On'l Agent, T. A,
01 n &
Km in I'urtUiid
H lkc, lenir ft I
Wurih, lliiiaha, kmi
rl p. m.
it i i in
i'lly, ht, .mil,
t llli'itm, Mini rt.
an..vii Wall Wll(, Hiiiiksint
ii..t lilulli. Mlliviiukw
imp. "M flUcmiuaiid.KRsi.
s ,to a. hi.
(Kit! AN miUMMIII'.S
AH Hiilllni 1'slii fault '
Jtift III l'llHII,
Kur Hun r rmii'1''" Ksill
i April it , II. IS. .'1,1s
JsmeiMl i'olrmbla Hlvnr AainriMu
nduy HlMHivr inla)
Tn Portland a4
nam, ! .'"i r..rtl...,.l. :,.,.,.
Tui i 'lluir Wlllanwtt 8tlr. h,... Iliur
and Sat Salem. Alt' my, l'urv I anil St
lis mill ) Ull'Huna !
YVIIUmato ai Vam 111.1,11,
aiid's! te" t llv. Cavtmi. .
, y laiiidiiiio.
Imk d! 5nk tVUer.
'J.ii's ui. Ktrlklii I enlsluii.
K Su.i.U t'reg.tn I'lly. S.wlwr,, k,,,,',,,
Ntlfiti A slid .
O. W. LOUNsMIHRllT,
W. H. HURLHUKT.
0av I'M. Act rr-ua4. Or.
N PAILPOINTS EAST
Through Mlac nd tourist iImdw,
dining and library obasirratlnn r.
EtEOANT VKHTHII.M.K TRAIN
No. Limit! Iear Portland at 1:18
Na I IJmltssl arriv Poriiwnd at I II
For rata. to.. mil or addru
d W. IXJUNMllKRRY,
Afwt O. U. 4 N.. Astoria.
K. R. C. DICNVIIITON.
C. P. T. A.. lMtUm4. Or.
HAST AND SOUTHEAST
PULLMAN PA LACS LXCPCR1.
TOURirr LXEPtlUI aal
PR CD RX47LIN1NO CHAJK CAR!
Salt Lake. Denver, Omaha.
Chicago. Kansas City
and other Katrn Cilia .
Bacrac oharkad through to dsMUnatkm,
in ton LNipuui, 1 am um, iowt rc,
ptnti ihrhrin "2 ZZ:
Por ru im1 01 bar tnformsiUoo call n
M ,?1!5, 1 cinijinriiDT Am..
s-r. avwiitMnis " w
O. H. A N. I
r J. H LOTHROP. Qn. Armt
Uk Tfeird (.. oor Aklr. JrUaod, Or.
PltklHH, for fWl.rn,
Han Francisco, -Jo.
lav, lyo Angele,
El Paso. New Or.
lean and th East
Via Woodbur, for
Mount Angel, Nil
verton, Wt llclo,
nell and Nation....
11 A. Mi
4:l P, M
n tn a. m
M M P. M
t5:80 A. M
pally. Mtally except Bunday. j
. 1 n.ini 1st can r 1 ituincsF wild ijTCa
dMital tt Orlmttnl, Pacific Mall and Oce
anic Hieflmshlp Hnea for
JAPAN CHINA, AT Writ A I.TA
HAWAII ANUTIIK I'll I LI I'PLMKfl.
Helmut ticknta on ale dally between
Portland, Sacramento, and San Francis
co. Net rate 817 flntt-clsjis, and 111 suo-ond-clas,
Itste and ticket to K astern point ana
Eurorm. Alt Japan, Chin. Honolulu
ml Australia. Can be obtained from J. H
KIRK IANI), Ticket Agnnt, 1.14 Third st.,
R. KOKHLRR. C. If. MARKHAm!
Manager O. P. P. A.
Through ticket East for lowt rates
Call on C. J. Trenchard local agsnt,
Wells Fargo Company's office, Astnrt.
Royal Blue Trains
EAST AND WEST
Only line operating Its own
through tmlns btwen tSt. Loo!
I-ouIsvIIIcj, tJprlngnold, '
Cincinnati and New York,
via Washington, Balttmor
The travelnr over th B. A O.
I permitted to cvtoh
glimpse of th
greatest oenerr In America.
Paotfi Coat Arent, Ban rranejlsoo.
Room fa. Mill Building.
IJf UfT -til
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
Astoria (Dally) I Arrtv
a.mpm I'orilatnl an. A.lorla I. mfj.
' " ' Knam.a. Clifton. Wpft-
ptvt, Ciauaani. Muil
icnnnection at Oobl fur
thif Baal ami l'ul
I M M A I
umm A.loria. 4itt 1 M
- .V . ... a, . ...J liaaaanii
train. la warrntoni
d navel. . , l
11 Astoria to Hltl(
I C. MAYO,
a, r. r. a
WHITE COLLAR LINE
(Mlum.il ltivr nd rugt oua4 NV
Tlihon Imvm Aslort dally, lt
"I'tii-l'orn.nd tfallf a.capt lunda,
at 1 a. m.
Wblt Collar llii ticint lnlr. nr:"'
1VI.h.. T, I I'-j'-f ml It, K.
li.iiiiiKoii fur Asiori and all wr P'j
lavel. llwtx. BvUW. UuJ ll"b.
0. n. SCOTT.
A. ) TATll
T)utua No U
To St. Louis?
.1 Kai:4 1. 1 " or I linaha
V.' Tticn 'bo nearest
N 1 win I'a. in.- ti. ke: agent
I,, j,...; .a ill l!io iwlc.
a k touiltt ir rtli Vi
Itllili.ts aid tb Hurlli'ftan
It in. ai t a V. !'' in
111 lie), I line and Iruiper
4, t-ond c'.ats t'. kelt ttrtt A .
. e ;..( d an,1 ti,o t.ir-fi u'i, tw.
"i t Ki iit. . Ml) is onl)
J f r'roii Hie.iun lte a
:i .1 tiiitttt tt it : .ii
A. O. miKUH.N.
tirti I Aont. 1'itnUfkl tint
When propU ar itniump:tin4 irt,
whtTthcr oil bus liraa ur plaoaur. tbay
rwiiumlly want th Urt - Ks ab
taliMble so far "mI. oinirt aal
MftHy It roniTntMl. Kmply of th
WIHi'dNHIN t'KNTIUl. I.INEt r
uaM to mtvm ih pubrlo aihl our train)
ar ok-rteil to to mad eloaM
iivtrtlnn with diverging I nn t all
PulliiMin Palace riln4n( and Chair Cr
on thnniah trslns
Dlnkiig tVr srvii'e unni'-ellrd. Mk
In itnler to uMaln Ibis ftrsi rlaa t4-rt',
ak the ticket agent to sell jruu tick "4
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Ht. Paul for Chicago.
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JAS. C. POND. Urn. I'm. Agent,
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Flatulence, Hour Stomach, Nauaea,
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