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WILSOX, X. C, MAY 28, 189(3.
' f t 1
l v.a .inn of
Plat T Ue'V V.".i al) ; l- Sill I I! I I.IM I
v.a.-y al :.e in yesterday's prj-
5 1 Y i
w vy w w
I ha- rrein-h government, e-pc-iallv. has
hern pur T a very giv if expense for the
corona: ion fetes. Two :f tire largest pal-
t " j acs of n d I men have 1 ee.l rented and
Sz fitted our in the ro-tli-'-r munne". for the
M French representatives, on.- of the ircnw
neinsr u i:ti K" ami a quarter or the most
costly cnrpuitig pr- almad in France. The
co;-t of the supper which their imperial
! majesties will attend under the auspices of
! the French del. "Nation '.vill cost over $lon.-
Y i i r i I ft. mid the carriage-u -e 1 bv th.? French
j . tnCS'J daws Of keen and Constant ?--voys were the prop-rry of the Emperor
i competition the path to prosperity JX'S"''":
puis: be cut out by the blade oi common Kuyenio aihm-e.i them t iMi ent to
sense, as applied to the act of buying.
To underbuy is our constant effort,
And to undersell is our settled
Mo-cow for the no of Pomre de Motite-
b'-ilo an 1 Gemnd U H .istietiie, the ren-r-i-entative-
Jjoth eaniai'v-: are i:i Loui-i XV rvle.
Fifty Thousand Men Now in the
THREE-F0UETH3 OF THEM AEMED.
vrith (ven -!a-s
I Cemte do Moi-reaelio Wis imi'ite 1. ieke 1
! out and lir.i- i with jTee i and amar.T.Uii.
:nd Th,. vehicli' u-ei l.y G neral !) llU-
defi :e wa-; dark hlue. t l ; : ;eI with white
Nlntefu FililHisterliit; I'xpeditirun from
This Country Have lii-m Successfully
I-.uulrd stutenn'iit of a i :it Ionian Who
t'-r Foi ty-tiwc Vein s IU sidedon the Island
Xf.v.' Yo';k. May -2. A irentleman for
forty-five ye :r- a resident of Cuha. in an
interview with a repre-enrarive of the A
.oeiate.l P;v-. srave the t'-iilowinsr timely
reaune of the t sr an;': present of the
Cuhan re! clli-of todav. or that initiated
l' '. -J1, is r,. Owin; t his intere-ts in
:nnathv for the
ry) ALL wro appreciate the winning combination of LOW! a,ul lva an'1 lK;v:,!l-r vi'h f-,;nnin-s ,,i
! D". T ... I M."'!' TK 1 rfdC 1 -a- i t-'dued l.i-n.e. rl he Jvuaniar cloths wen.
i liviLiT") 1 ! I4. 1 i hdv UUULJb, We Otter OUr i p.-eotand the l.o-de-in-s were in fine
..:) rives in Notions:....
y.iv, SOME OF THEM.
pad twists, with. 'X hi i ;( atil ta- els iv
histd for th" f.-otme.l to h M on hy. The
mane-; of the h uses were plaite.l with pdd
Tl.e head of the proces-don whi-h o-
c-ortel the ezar .-tartt d from the Pet ro-
4 - T 'y T f- 1 --v I i -q1vv r;d;e e at ;:-. lmt it was some time
: v( I'v LlWO V 11 I Jl VI'- JL 1. CX . 1 hirer hof-av the r 1 familv appeared,
' heada-I by the e:.ar on h-:v-.!).:ck. j;n-.l sur-
: v; that w..4 underljoii'ht on these and are underselling i -,:''-Uiy eourriers wh . were superUy
)lly tiH y0'1 see them. Prices start at 47c?, ! "Sm-, -upon entering th- capital
I". i'ialilV WOllld be Cheap at 70: fully as rood VaklCS ! v.vs reeeive 1 !y the p.verra.r general of
' ' . i - .-- Zdoseow, iiiiinntc-.l and eseorred hy cdlieer?
:' :aueS. nd a.ides. The .yovernor ueneval wa-
) " 1 1
o 11 s !
the etnuet'or's siur. I'
ing ; i;e Zema.in i t he emperor was iveeived
iiy the naa or and the council of the city
of Moeow. dele'nte of the chamber oi
ceinmeree. a cinnmitte of artisans, renre-
ntaiives oi di:Te:enr conn-atnes with di:
:::.t mc.st claim your attextiox.
Always remember that a piece of Ribbon at the; "ii(fiv'' nyvnx of the
i iii r v i i boure. ,"..1 lormed into a coinnnrtee f re-
same price as we ask is not the same Ribbon, cemm,,.
" -r t i - i i i , i j i;;.ii!.' the Ivrei'diti th itnperial nrf'tv.
E ciaim to ive you letter values taan otners at same with th -fo;a:-n p-.dae.diiia.titedatth.'
' :Tl:e. Test us and be convinced. &'u' ',:vv:! tho -:r;,i h' ,!r lv;i:i Veliki
: ami the Caihed.ral f the Archanp.-l Mi- j t he rehtallon w-.-tld have been prevented
'OfY.1l drihTTAn-rr an A nillOA n rtC fhn TO In ! K ;i v,':--,"ril1 ('r tI-1' Ktni a settlement re n-l-u'l.
Ir.ii Uil'ji'j UGiiul V 01i8 UlIGU lU all IdliS iUO 10.18. ! A,.m,f,S.,: ! y ,h,,:.H..,.,,M .WhiU.,h..i,kr .vonts w.,v mUi
U a j oy i.ie :!.:;: -na- :er . . tne coronation eer- j riyi:,r (hner;,ls Ma;-:i:n Gome, and An
Cubans ho refuse:' to allow his name to bo
"The present re' v llion.'' he said, "was
devie;l a:nl ylanv.e.i by Cnhans in New
York, and had :;any ea-tive agents am on;r
tiie Pest (dashes pj central a;ul ea ae-ai
Cuba, iiai ly in l.c nrr.iy of the color !
or working clas-os we;-e id.ie. Then on th
Clth of Fe'oitt.iry. 1.'.'. a number raise I
the lia.LT of rebellion and demanded a Cuba
Mbrc. or free Cuba. Th" standard of revolt
was set up in a number of place in eastern
Cuba, a rich province in which the blacks
greatly outnumbered the whites. The
blacks joined the petty haulers.
"Siinulrane uisly. in central Cuba, small
parties formed. Ar that time tiie move
ment was not deemed a really serious one.
However, the small parties maintained
their independence and p;rew in number
and strength. Thee, they had lew or no
e.rms. but all had the death dealing ma
chete. "The Spanish odicials. not beiievi tie that
the movement v;;e serious, so informed
the pavernment, and made little of the
whole upri.-injr. Later Spina became much
tilarmed and :;t out tieneral Martinez
Campos, who. ijistcral of brinLriu.'-rthe Ioult
j promistHlivforn.brouLrht soldiers. whe rea s
if he had come alone, duly authorizeil to
:idput ell the di :V"wnce the e'tt 'tisi m of
? r a
: the a
...Co ; r:
a i r
a.rslial of the j tonio rd.aceo hoaled with a co;i ddv'ra.blt
Vlr.dimir the en
follow: jilt. After a lomr .nd danu-erou-
Ii lea.rlv Exterminates a Whole
Family in Chicago.
FOUK DEAD AND AIT OTHER DYING.
The 7-Iotaer Was I'rcparin tlio tIrninj
Meal witli a (i.isolim tov Wlic-n the
Rt'servciir Contaiiiiii t he I'luid ltxplnUt l
With IVirihle iit-sutts.
CiiiCAco. M'.y ."). Ii,- th? explosion of
a ra--liue -love on Town-end street yes
terday a family of -ix jviv:i was almost
exterminate.!. lo ur are dead and a tilth
is so badiv bttrne.l tha.t detth is almost
CLrtait!. Th.' names -f the deaal are: Otto
Malm, a caipeute". nj vea.rs old: Sima
Malm, a are.1 s years; ililya Malm.
years; Otto Malm. Jr.. :; years. The list
of th- injured are: Mrs. Kll.i Malm. :?
years old. ImriKd about the hands, arm.-
raid face, will recover: Kllen Malm.s years,
severely bum ed ab-oiit the head and body.
Till prohai !y die.
Mrs. Malm, th" .vife and mother, had
r.riseti to prepaie lire ikfast. and her hus
band and children were still a-leep in bed.
She lighted a li :-lir.e stove, when the res
ervoir which holds the sttpplv of oil ex
ploded, throwing the burning duid about
the room. Hefore the sU'epinr iiiciiiIkts
of the family could lie taken out. or even
warned, they were shut in by ilamesand
burned almost to a criso. When the ex-pl-'sion
occui a e 1 Mrs. Malm rushed fran
tically from the dwelling and screamed
for hid). She then returned to the house,
soon reappearim: with her :byear-ohl hihl
in her arms. Pieces of burniiiir clothin
still adhered to the burue I tie-h of the
babe, and it died shortly afterwards. Tho
screams of the mother had by this time
brought the n dirhbors to the scene.
The lire department was summoned and
the lire:ue:; rushed into the rooms and re
moved the inmates, while water was
thrown upon the tiumes.
Tic mother's burns were attended to by
the d erors. and it was found they were
comparatively li.uthr. She was removed to
the hum of friends.
J. 31. LEATB, m-o'k.
and ( i-ildsloro Streets.
.. T... !iiiLi.!..! AI.UjAM 11.
t ie oenedi' tion 1. arch they .ioiiv-i a .-U"dl pa-tv i' :ebels
i-.ahedral of the j uauer O. nerai dose Macao, a brother of
Yards the impo- I A n ton to. They were joined later by th"
h - e; r. ;re j kite dosr Marti, w'h had been the life and
:e r .,(' . h.' C'l'.an j:ira in New
' -I Ol
inrha. ici" eo;
hoi,- : ! ; v.
At T' mo:. .
; urial , arty in
ic: pn; was ;e:vi. at ;
ci mm.mde e. t ; . i
the ch 1: - in i 'v a;;
o t ,
th ihrono hall, j chii-f oi
' t th" j York.
"c j-oue i .ttt th a-v j i;.ia
'o!i ln-e impei'ia
a 1 o enter. . ;el 1 1
entry . .f the im
ne.iin a salute ..;
:al ('roiniict atid
!tjlsin in a filass laolory.
TTa:.ti () :' v'ttv. Ind.. May ".). An cx-ydc.-ion
oecur'-".! h -re yestev n.y nt, ir.j
rda-- fa: t ;ry a;rouh .a defective bde.st in
the bi.Lr tank. Several persons were, badly
burned. Desire Moll inh . ed steam and in
dyiuir. Master Te-is.r is badly lnirned.
and may die. William Sutton, Fund"
! A LIo3t Inroof?i:iT Feat -arc of tho
I lie i
lande '.. They vr. re ambu-k" 1 by
the eaiards. and CV .mbet w is kiIIa!
h ' sm-yiv.rs mad icisoa-a-a and to-
I nay are in : lie .'d ;r Castle ar 1 1 a va n.a
i Game ! e native of Santo I) i.nimro. W.
nal .u-ive ibyrhe ; I.:!ke Mace .s are 1 1 ,-ks. Wdien i; !,e-
i i he bells of ail I came ktlowtl : hat ' . .
! wet e kept rin-- j had 1 mde.i huaare e
i their Siomes atid j
ware i i :(:: a a i va-, e a ne t a.."- i :u rae
tnciv 'riena'.'s. a;: i ; tv.s se -nr. I . rras.
In tee a i : the r a!-. ah . . . aa - and
"iUeb..rt a::d Jai
or less i. timed.
Moore are all more
Marti aim :ia-eo
.an The re ruirs
1 ri"T'""r' t f T
"TT, ,r7tTTi vyjoyr j . .,..fv .,.
a;!)doM Xatienal Caiavcntiou.
:f':o. May -'. F: va silver at a
e - i I i :: uni-a-s to be t iie main
the Ih- ho-::h i nation ;! con
w he '"" v.a'i etveae h ee on We 1-
i. .' oi a a a iaa. ton an ( ne .
h o,. and thev say ir veil! be th- I "
!.!. ; iie !': any.
men to iii e-
. U ! I ' JJ ' J
. thev :a
a. J - e. ta r Alie u'.y ! '.
The ( y
( ! a r iiu'i.v
j.ciii'ed !i i't.
. - i 'a .-: V:
a a a 1 i a.e ca r o a i o ' : i r- a , a , . a
hd'amiu. v.ere varied a nd pi at ur ' -a a
1' : ! "
W : ! i
Pi t a:rd party
-i. o "lor .1 dm'
t o a
'!.: : '. a: a. -a .
a ; a l ' ; ' ! ti can ; r
..... ---M s-an iar i
r .I.iVi says that
Pr. .!vh it ionisis of tiie
ot 2; di-))s Cl'.infii.
-.o. d ha deadlock in
: - -pal coner. d c a:Ler
: ai of t W: bisiaips was
i . .
. r t a 1
a " I
i ;a na .!! W:o -' ' Is t ie i e i o .o .. e. i ."t. e.ei .to,
' y. u- re ik" c a.r--eiv.-a;.-s re ale a'emas to j Ci KVltr.A. ;..
laakin-'" t lie' r tart -d eurie- in' Mo sea '.v. I the Met h 'ii -a
I v'..!. .('.":' ie t hi s i ii ifa'i .vh f : ; i s one ol j f-tiee over i k" ---
; i j t h.-mad ;i r"d iv"-hi Mo'-imw. and com- j b.rokcn yes"er-.ia,v
i i a: iron Ia- v.an tows a: m- iis Iaa.ath had i 'ha ides P. " aa'a
' : an utim
. ! .... t J
a ; : -a t1 1 Sloo. iPit !a ou. u..s prices w eajjauo t nine v;;a c::"
ml j.-r tl
! a re; ; v a ' o:
retv! s- eaa'h. d. aa
fully ea-- .an are hi
c .unmand-. ,..' wh- :a
have arms, d i: -v a a
and hah' neatr e
best s,,idi -rs. d hey .-h
am marcii a win a" da
-(Mite re vntly." si
5l:l P diato dareia 1:
an i 'a on
r. : .a -aid tint
h v arious re!:. 1
ib.eo i'ar.'e-b.: rdis
a'-out ha -f whites
la:na- ma';e the
a . ho th' ..pen and
i i ha - wa at Oen-i-:.:
ah hun ire-ls ,f
aoP. p:ac.-. vatt-iu-it
fa ! ;uh u - s nrices w a
Pest loeatious. .vll ahem-the ;'.,;:t,' . and Bishap P t'.ilsfoii on
stands ware erected for the accoai- I
- 1 . . .1 :1, . I
rill ot aavn 'jrr i p.- - ipsa s-.a ie. ol ho
i iv s ! .ei n x ,y.-.y:? n pavilions, :a- a a
! y t 'aa . ch--tia!i of Dr. j Wiittcs ai d !nac.-ts insm.utly Joined ins
e. ol NVw York, nn-l i)r. statMiard. army of them in ex eel - -nt social
n j liarl Pranso,n. of Pin.-inuati. P,Mv,p Me- i pesition. 'i Ivy abandoned all t.) h-ait f..r
.01 ttv. i:P....Mth l ol!..r i a "free Puba." (h-.T'-!a. like Gome, and
- i . ..
i ..e a: a i
like oi rmuneut hotis'es titan atiytnua.Vi
. vo.-.l If -.v.. old ! iieaaossi , to oV.'f'.rev.' the
I;f th !le-i -dandid pi. tare p-eente-l by i h i.err
ii- p-iviu'-! sion of the afternoon and hy the dlumiua
.r wasih -S lions ;f the niyhf. Xo uioney has !een
poii di . -t; a se ! .
air w - the cam
. !. (..lue 1 1 1 i n o-
so:o-ed to make tfic coronation n' .eva.es ,
,,..-,,,,... tn '?.Ms.ia-i history, attd ut to io v.'.t:
1,11 1111 ' ' .('a,. 1. T -I .'.........! .
e ... - j,.,,-,. i ,. o, ,v o'V'o. m.s v. as 1 1 a "eiaaoa s sn oi'a suceessiui
Xuri'iiv.' !'.. :, ;e oi" tlie lierimiait.
ZNd-tVi' Yonit. May -o. Xevrs reached this
city yes. era y from Puerra P rtes. Hon
duras, the.t the steamship ihcuiuda, with
;i iarire 'arty of aiibusiars and a carp) of
nmtetniition and provisions had a narrow
escape from oeinir capdure I by two Span-
:ist cre.t.-e to Puba.
the present an e
.mp.aitrn v.dvhdi v.dth .-ncivss. d ho ku-ntpr .vernmatii is
i st the Demo-j -aid to have spent over re .'. inn on th.
the t teseat, and tn ity ol
trio. One of the smell b -ats was upset
i other-:, made line lecoials in the earlier
ret opi at.
The policy of the Spanish troops is one
of make.-hifts rather than of sea. -h and
batllitiT with th.e Pttbaas. Tin- climate
now is a eoueanf viper bath, th" :i ".v
tr. ps are net aceusto.n" i to it. and their
constant mar'-hina- and drhikimr impiire
i water enuaners in ar lives. rA im.. ..vi-r
2o,( n. ; of t lio.n hdi vie-i i:i s to tropical dis
eases, and this year the death rate will be
'"It lias be n claimed by the Standards
I af il Ppios;ii of an Oil C an.
ITa:;tko :o. May "a. Mrs. Kll,-:t Calla
han, aa'd i, reshlin-jr on Harrison ave
nue, was fatally hurne hy the explosion
of an oil can will'.-' trying to start a fire by
l.ouriua- k'-io-iaia on it last evenimr. Her
son. dan. os P dlah ii.v.u-rpn badly burned
in trvi in-.- to extinauish the ilames.
EX-SEMATOR WALLACE DEAD.
Vears Was ;t Power in I'eniisyl-
X::w Vo:;:;. May vM. William A. Wal
!aco. f-:::! Puire I States sinrm' frota
I cmsvlvama. di-l ysterday at Po W.-t
Pi.a-!ifv--hihth street, this eitv. a-'ed 1,7.
Mr. Well " !- :d la- n -eriou y ill ,v sey
- ral Hearths, atal for a m e:th p o-r he had
bi en tita- e,ciC)o.s for a u-reat.-r part of t h"
time. Paralvd . of t!i" brain wasthacauve
(if his de oh.
For a number of years Wilh em A. W.d
1 ea-e was a p.wr in the politi'-s of the
slate of Peunsylvauiu. !Io divided th;
p-it y an 1 lei the wine: wliifh opposed
Tildon for pia-sideut. and had for hisan
Pirouhr S a.i:id J. ibmdall. thiouuicd
advo'-ate of ; V, Y' rk aau- 'n-ai. In
!v'h lea ye.. , l. '.! o the -oee seaate. de-fe-ni-arn
p-uaiiar It p::b!i-an. hewis W.
Hah. Hi- r .-e u tc ;h Laid :tur inr j
the re virol ,,f tie' P :.,.. :,s.
In P7d. When -oo.'-.ernf fh --:?. s,..;..,,..
! (".!!"' ire f a- a s.Mt
i. Pa -aalew. but wh 'a
l i iu.lv six :n -nil: a-s of
h W i ;; a a' i
in the i dp; r
. i-ed ! er ( "i a: : !;
the Vote was ta
ietes up to i ice .-i-.-s. .... io.-.i i- . i , , . , , . . .
Moscow is understood to have expended I been sab ly lanae l two p;ntish war vc
I nearlv'as much mottcy, and m.nv exnemes j ?eis appeared, but the ikaamida quickly
e:nl hvhaniui, a
liotia st, God-fear-i.ivr
have to be m- t.
lie work done may be j
Some idea d til
.von,., wbe-n it e stetea tiiar tuere are
ran away from them.
Death of General Lucius rairohihi.
i i ta b -d t e- m nn I I
aiways the same, sm
ri- di-.ua medirine that has
tile Shakers the heal
people that tliey are.
'.io,.-r liave indigestion,
-a owine; to their simple
' p.irilv to the wonderful
' Sliaker Diirestive Cordial.
xi.-ids a','.1 Causctl lr' the stomach
."a ,. ' '' -Jpplyin enough digestive
j,;..- .i taer Digestive Cordial sup
tive pin'- Si V-tins.r. Shaker Diges
r.tl a ;''1,1" lnvi,e;onites the stoniach
tav (j ' . s h'tiuls so that after awhile
lion!! . ,Kt;d helP- As evidence ol
fial, of Shaker Digestive Cor-
UIc' S nnula is Printetl on every
CfcRts to Ct b',drggistsf price 10
st.cjo per bottle.
;;.,p- oooa elect rh- lamps in the ceh- j Maiuoy, Wis., May.'"). ieneral Lucius
ated tnwerof Ivan, that over h'.non Hash j Fnirchild die.l of heart failure Saturday
em th- t iw -rs ,,r walls of the Kremlin, ht. He h c,l la-n seriously ill for only
and an e-jurd number around the arsenal,
the barracks and the irnard house. Here
and there, especially beneath the towers
of the Kremlin, are Passimi eaales formed
out of small electric lamps, and, beinir
suspended in the air. these brilliant ea:des
udd -xreatly to the attractiveness of the
Fceue. r ,
The illuminations last for three even
inrs in succession, and will cost several
millions of dollars to the ro"ormiient
alone without counting what the city will
contribute towards this portion of the ex
pense. Besides the expense of the Russian gov
ernment and the city of Moscow, the ex
penses which grand dukes and pand
duchesses, foreign princes and ambassa
dors, etc., have been put to is really enor
mous, one authority troinz so far as to es-
vrhile trnn-d'e-.V;.: x the cargo and live men j that Maceo"s men cannot uoa th new
were drowned. When the car -to had all i troeha. I)et;ite:ill satenier.ts to th i con
trary the rebel cross the troeha whenever
they plea.- e by attract in,; fhe attention of
the troops at one place wiiii i at another
point others da-h across and are out d
sight ere the sm ill detachments can over
come their surprise. This Macao has done
"The Cubans have orders to release all
prisoners captured aider securing th-ir
firms and supplies. On the other hand,
however. Spanish commanders an respon
sible for the shootitiir i t hundreds of de
fenseless persons and reporting the affair
as a Spanish victory.
"The Cubans do not now hold tiny town,
village or port, but when advised of expe
ditions the rebels concentrate near the
coast and cover the landing of men and
firms, having reduced this to a science.
The steamers lay to at night, outside of the
marine league. The boat, painted a light
drab, ar" swung over the side, when they
are laden with men and arms. If a man of
war appears she sees the steamer, while
the boats, without lights, make for the
(shore. All the expeditions dispatched to
tv fewdnvs. He was a native of Ohio, (ia
years old. and a lawyer. He 1 xst an arm
in the war: was secretary of tate, then
three times governor; afterwards consul
general to Liverpool. and Minister to Spain.
Later he was commander-in-chief of tho
Grand Army of the IiepuMie and Loyal
Legion. A widow and three daughters
Oklahoma's Deadly Cyclone.
Guthrie. O. T.. May iM. A terrific cy
clone passed through the Osage reserva
tion, devastating farms and ranches and it
is rumored killing a number of people. The
Ptorm was general over the territory and
was the worst on record. Small cyclones
lire reported from Norman. Edmund Per
kins and White Eagle, with much destruc- I Cuba have landed except that of the Com
tion of property. Hundreds of cattle were , netitor. Nineteen expeditions have made
killed. I successful trips.
his par';. v-.n-d a .-a hist him. He served
'nly ::e t rm. 'a-- k ing in 1 Walla-e
led evo';:'. ea mpai jus in 'his state, th J
nio-t bay - 'ant leinain PH. when Grant
a nd Wd - : . ad S y neei r a nd ill ; i r -a a -run
rung ; ... ; r.daeat and vh-e ja-.-dd ep.
I'etm-ylvan'a w is th" pivotal s'.a-. ,m.l
throuah Wall a-eH e. forts Pie majority for
C'-neral Prant u a-- I ess tlrtn do.oaa.
in P--? he wa s ag dn rle:"ed state sena
tor, atal continued a ia"?abTof til" upper
branch f tli - l.-.gi-l tture until January,
ls7. serving alt oe-opi -r s.-venfe ai years in
that bodv. over which ho prodded in 171,
before the e.tablishmnt of the lieutenant
govern. -r-hip. Mr. Wallace was a candi
date for tire I) -aaocratic nomination for
poyer.uor in ps.;. when Phauncey F. Black
defi'ated him. and again in when
itobert E. Pattison was nominated the
Drowned in a 3Ihio Pit.
TamaoI'a. Pa.. May ".'a. Frank Jelly,
an engineer in the emph y of the Lehigh
Coal and Navigation company, fell into
n cage pit in No. 4 mine and was drowned.
The body wins found after the pit had been
dragged several hours.
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Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
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Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
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