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The Chime Bells,
list the music of tho chime bells,
How it bursts upon the ear
'With its low reverberations,
Bounding distant far, then near.
How tho night wind, rising, falling,
Bearß along within its breast
The sounds, resounding, dying,
Till one's heart is full of rest I
What strange thoughts the bolls awaken
As they sound upon the air I
How the wind clings to their echoes,
And forgets all present care I
What a mournful, weird expression
Have the chime-bells, as they roll
In floods of melody deep-sounding,
Hound about the weary soul 1
To the saddened heart, how soothing
Are the softened sounds they pour
Upon the night air, like tho murmur
Of the wavelets on the shore !
FARM, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD.
FmcASSKEn Dick.—Most people think
a duck must be roasted, but try this
once instead: Cut a mallard or red
duck into four quarters; chop au onion
fine, and put all into a pot; cover with
water, and add more as it boils away.
Stir a little celery seed, or celery
chopped up fine, three or four strips of
salt pork, and when nearly done add a
tablespoonful of Worcester sauce. Build
a mound of mashed potatoes around
your dißh and carefully lay the contents
of the fricassee in the center. Season
with salt and pepper. This makes a
juicy and delicious dish.
Quail. —These are very dry meat when
baked or roasted. You will find a de
cided improvement by stuffing them
with fine sausage meat.
Tripe a la Lyonaise with Tomatoes.
—This economical dish, which is in
reach of every family, is also very fin
Take two pounds of dressed and boiled
tripe, cut into small strips two inches
long and put into saucepan. Parboil
and drain off the first water ; chop a
smaU onion fine and let all stew twenty
minutes ; add half a tea-cup of thicken
ing and then stir in half a can of toma
toes. Season with salt and pepper. ]
This dish has become very popular in
all the hotels throughout the country.
Hints About Omelets.—A great mis
take made in the kitchen by servants
who are left to do the cooking, is too
much haste. Now in making an omelet
if you wish it light and delicious, beat
the white of two eggs and yelks sepa
rate, and then together ; salt and pep
per ; add a little cream or pure milk
with a small lump of butter or lard in
a hot pan ; pour it in ; with your knife
raise and roll by canting your frying
pan, and by turning it over you place
the omelet on the dish for the table
Tomato Omelets.—These may be
made by placing two tablespoonfuls of
tomatoes in the pan before rolling the
Oyster Omelets,—Take four oysters
parboiled, chop up and cook the sarno
as the omelet.
Cheese Omelets.—Grate two ounces
of new cheese and roll the same inside
while the omelet is cooking.
Every farmer should keep a blank
book, in which to paste any agricultural
scraps of value he may meet with in
reading a paper. He will perhaps see
suggestions the value of which he may
desire to test, or hints ho may wish to
be governed by in his various operations
on the farm ; and yet, after reading tho
paper, he is apt to throw it down never
to see it again. In such a case all the
valuable articles will be lost. To pre
vent this he should clip from the pa
pers such articles as he wishes to pre
serve and paste them in a scrap book,
to be referred to as occasion may require.
Such a book at the end of a year or two
will be found to be both interesting and
Dig a pit some two feet deep on ris
ing ground and of such circumference
as the quantity of potatoes will require,
covering the bottom and sides with a
few inohes of straw. Then in with your
potatoes, piling up cone-shape, as near
as possible, after which cover the pile
with some six inches of long straw,
putting it on evenly all over and cov
ering the same, with the exception of
the top, with about six or eight inches
of earth, which cover with boards, leav
ing it so until the approach of cold
weather, when cover the top as you did
the rest, only adding some two or three
inches more of earth over the whole,
and your work is done.
Keeping Files from llorsrs.
Before harnessing your horses in the
morning apply a mixture of one part
crude carbolic acid w:th six or seven
parts olive oil, rubbing it lightly all
over the animal with a it
a little more copiously on the ears and
other parts more likely to be attacked
This application may need to be re
peated in the middle of the day, al
though a single application will often
prove effectual, no flies being willing to
settle as long as any odor of the acid
remains, and the horse is thus com
pletely freed from all annoyance.
Even those Western oyclones do not
lift the mortgages.
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A special telegram from Detroit an
nounces tho arrest of Captain H. W.
Howgate, of Detroit, on a warrant charg
ing him with embezzlement from the
government of more than $40,P00, while
he was disbursing officer in the signal
General Robert Toombs, who is at
Clarksville, Oa., is in extremely poor
Anson Edered's extensive sawmill ar,
Oconto, 111., was totally destroyed by
Are. Loss 8100,000.
The Newspaper Union building at
Omaha took fire from the furnace in the
basement, ahd was totally destroyed
with all its contents. Two other build
ings, one a residence, were burned.
The total loss is 814,500; insurance
$8,000. Some fifty newspapers were
supplied with patent insides by this
It is rumored in the United States
District Attorney's office, New York,
that a number of national banks will
be called on to refund money- to the
treasury which was paid by them on
checks which were drawn on the assist
ant treasurer in 1807 and 1808, endorse
ment on the checks being fraudulent.
Giteau, tho assassin, attacked a jail
guard named McGill, who entered his
cell early to demand a riiece of sharp
ened iron, which tho prisoner had in
his possession. The guard drew his
pistol in self-defence, and dining the
scuffle it was discharged, doing no
damage. Guiteau was finally overpow
ered, and the piece of iron taken from
During the month of July, 1881,
56,007 immigrants arrived in the United
States: From England and Wales,
0,693 ; Ireland, 5,337; Scotland, 1,320 ;
Australia, 1,941; Belgium, 1,201 ; Den
mark, 744; France, 382. Germany,
20,374; Hungary, 225; Italy, 075;
Netherland, 889 ; Norway, 2,905; Po
land, 250; Russia, 793 ; Sweden, 0,067 ;
Switzerland, 558 ; Dominion of Canada,
4,890; China, 2,040, and from all other
Leo Hartmann, the well-known Rus
sian Nihilist, appeared in the Superior
Court clerk's office, New York, and re
nouncing his allegiance to the Emperor
of Russia, filed a declaration of his in
tention to become a citizen of the Uni
Thomas A. Marvin, alias Arthur Mer
ritt, and who has several other aliases,
has been arrested at Lynn, Mass., by
Piukerton's officers, and who is wanted
at Richmond, Va., ior marrying a young
girl at that place and afterwards desert
ing her, is known to have married ten
women prior to that, for the purposo of
aiding him in swindling schemes.
A flro destroyed thirty-five bnildings,
comprising nearly the whole town of
Alleyton, Mich., on the New Aygo.
Sixty families were rendered home
Tho whole amount subscribed to the
Mrs. Garfield fund up to this time is
The Allegheny railroad is now an un
broken line from Richmond to Lynch
burg. The bridge over the canal locks
near Lynchburg and the trestling over
the canal a short distance above the
locks have been completed, and Deca
tur Axtell, Esq., general manager of the
road, and others made a trip from Rich
mond toyn Lchburg.
The Fishkill Journal says that frost
was reported in the Highlands near
Fishkill, N. V., thus verifying Vennor's
Dr. J. H. Baxter, who feels that he
has a grievance in being excluded from '
attending the President, to his credit be
it said, behaves like a gentleman. He
frankly says the President's case is in '
Senator Joseph E. Browu tendered !
his resignation as president of the At
lanta Cottoii Exposition. Gov. A. P.
Colquitt, o* Georgia, was at once elected .
president by unanimous vote of the
executive committee. '
The Senate of Georgia has passed an
anti-Mormon bill. It makes it a felony,
punishable by imprisonment at hard
labor in the penitentiary, for any person
to attempt to mislead or influence any
one to commit the crime of polygamy.
Mrs. S. MeYey was arrested at Fort
Worth, Texas, and lodged in jail, on a
requisition from the Governor of Missis
sippi, charging her with the murder of '
James Maples, of Hinds county, Miss.
The most damaging conflagration
of several years visited Wheeling.
Tho losses are estimated at about $00,
--000. The principal losers in stock are :
Nicholas Schulz, $12,000; insurance $0,
--000. W. S. Hutchins, $5,000; insurance
$2,500. Oehm A- Co,, $10,000 ; insurance
$6,000. Five others lost small amounts
on buildings: J, W. Paxton, $15,000;
insuranco $10,000. N. Sehulz's
factory, and Hebrank's jewelry store,
$10,000; insurance $1,500.
The extensive foundry known as the
"Gaze Stove Works," near the foot of
Harrison street, St. Louis, was burned.
The loss is estimated at $100,000; insu
red for $50,000.
A fire at New Orleans destroyed prop
erty amounting in loss to $75,000, prin
cipally insured in local offices.
Scarlet fever of a virulent type broke
out in tho scattered hamlet of Poquon
noc, Connecticut. From one house it
spread rapidly to almost every house in
the village. In almost every case the
diseaso had a fatal termination. In some
houses three children lay dead at the
same time. The entire village became
wild with alarm, but not until about a
score of families had been visited did
tho health board of the town (Groton)
Postmasters have authority to destroy
all annoying postal cards without deliv
ering them, when so directed by the
persons to whom they are addressed.
The order should be in writing.
A despatch to the Tribune from Canon
city, N. M., says : "A terrible water
spout burst somewhere on Gray's creek,
whole sections of railway ties, with iron
attached, were running in tho Arkansas
river, together with bridge timbers,
huge pine trees, cattle and horses.
The August estimate oi the Ohio
Board of Agriculture, compared with
1880, is as follows : Wheat, 72 per cent,
or 38,000,000 bushels, against 52,500,000
bushels last year. Corn 70 per cent.,
or 74,000,000 bußhels, aprainst 105,000,
--000 bnfhell. Oats, 107 per cent., or
22,500,000 bushels, against 21,000,000
The entire business portion ot Irvine,
the county seat of Estill county, Ky.,
was destroyed by fire.
The leaf tobacco market is excited.
The crop promises to be short at Louis
ville, Ky., the best btlrloy sold as high
ns 808 per one hundred pounds, the
bigont figure ever reached. Green ,
river sold at $19 and Clarkesville as
high as lit,
Colonel McClnre writes to the Phila
delphia Times from Cresson Springs
that a fashionable woman the other day,
on the piazza of the hotel, publicly de
clnred that she would not be sorry if
the President dies, except for the doc
tors. In consequence of this brutal
remark she has been cut by all the
ludies of the place*
A despaten from Santa Fe, New Mex
icoi to the Tribune says : Lieut. Taylor
had a fight in the San Mateo mountains,
capturing tho camp of the Indians and
twenty horses. Tlio Indians aro in sev
eral parties and moving southwest. 20
Indians and 20 soldiers and citizens
The condition of the President was
less favorable, Sunday, August 21. He
had two attacks of vomiting, caused,
the attending physicians said, by phlegm
in the throat. At last accounts the
physicians regarded his condition as
very grave, aud predicted a crisis on
Monday, when it is believed he will be
better or worse. The patient's pulso at
8:30 o'clock, Sunday morning was 106,
temperature t'B.B, and respiration 18.
At 0:30 p. ii. his pulse was 108, temper
ature 99.2, and respiration 18. Up to
11 p. m. his sleep had been somewhat
disturbed. Tho glandular swelling re
mains painless, but stationary.
Tho deadlock House of Lords and
House of commons, on the Land bill,
continues to excite great attention in
England. Mr. Gladstone has received
hundreds of letters begging him to '
make no concessions to the Lords.—
Twelve persons were killed and 150
wounded by the fall of seats at a bull
fight, at Marseilles—A riot has occurred
at Suuluri, in Sardinia, on account of
tho imposition of new taxes.—Great
preparations are being mado for a Land
League Convention at Newcastle. Mr.
Justin McCarthy will preside. i
Tho House of Lords have agreed to
the amendments of the House of Com
mons to the Land bill.—At an electoral
meeting held in Paris M. Gambetta at- ■
tempted to speak, but a disorderly ele
ment created so much confusion that he
was forced to desist.—The death of '
President Garfield was announced by
two Liverpool papers.—During the ,
audience which the Emperor William
gave Minister White he expressed the
friendliest sentiments towards the
United States.—lt is reported that pc- i
troleum springs have been discovered '■
near Hanover, Germany.
Mr. Parnell, the land bill being out
of the way,, is now devoting his otten- '
tion to the coercion act, and the man- I
ncr in which it is enforced.—lt is feared
that Breslau will shortly be declared in
a state of siege because 6f the preva
lence of the social agitation there.—M.
Gambetta's friends are of the opinion
that the insults offered him in Paris I
will bo of vast advantage in his canvass.
He is now declared to be "a represen
tative of tho liberty of speech and re
sistance to revolutionary violence."
The election for members of the '
Chamber of Deputies took place in
France, tho result being a
victory.—The elections in Spain re
sulted in a Liberal victory.—An elec- i
toral fraud promoted by the Conserva- !
tivos has been unearthed at Madrid.— ;
Reinforcemeuts aro going forward to '
the Ameer of Afghanistan.—The Arab |
wtio ran a-muck in Susa recently, was I
hanged by order of the Bey.—ln a I
speech delivered by Mr. Herbert Glad
stone, he spoke of the increasing friend- j
ship between England and Amorica.
Fashion item.—lt isn't because a wo- '
man is exactly afraid of a cow that she !
runs away and screams. It is because !
gored dresses are not fashionable.
Satisfactory.—"ls there much water
in the cistern, Biddy ?" inquired a gen- i
tlemair of his servant girl. "It is full i
on the bottom," she replied, "but there
is none at all on top."
All's well.—Extract from the letter of
a distinguished Communist to a friend
shortly after the outbreak of March, i
1871: "All goes well in the city—every
where disorder has been restored."
Professor to child (angry at inatten
tion.—Another minute, mees, and I shall
go speak to your mamma. Pupil.—Well,
take care pa don't catch yon at it, that's
all. He's awfully jealous!
The new Czar leads a very simple life. ]
He rises early and takes a long walk, i
then breakfasts with his family, after i
which he goes down cellar and covers
himself up in tho coal-bin for the bal
ance of the day, to keep out of tho way
of the Nihilists. ,
The wifo of a physician is couvicted 1
of having poisoned lier husband. Among '
other questions the court asks her: '
"Why, madam, did you use arsenic !
instead of any other poison? "All!"
she replied, in a touching voice, "it is i
the poison that he preferred."
Madam Z., a charming woman who has
been married three times, and has three
times been divorced, has just died in
Geneva, Switzerland. To day tho pas
sers-by may read upon her tombstone :
"Lamented by her father, her mother,
her children, and her husbands."
(OftmbrtdMport,UlCMi.) Amartoan Protestant.)
A lady friend of ours called the other
day and stated that her husband had
seen St. Jacobs Oil advertised in our
paper ; he used it for rheumatism and
was convinced of its merits.
IWilmlnßton. (Del.! Daily Republican.)
Blrs. Adam Grubb, 231 Walmtt street,
has been a great sufferer for a number
of years from extreme pain in the feet,
something like rheumatism. She was
also very much troubled with corns and
bunions. It was with great difficulty
that she could walk, and sometimes
when she would visit her husband's shoe
store or any of her children, she could
not get home again without assistance,
and often when she waswalking along
the streets sho would be seized with
such acute pain that silo was compelled
to stop in at the neighbors on the way
until she got better. Some two weeks
ago she heard of the wondorful cures .
St. Jacobs Oil was effecting and sho at
once commenced to uso it and experi
enced great relief immediately. The
pains have left her feet and ankles and
the inflammation has left the corns and
bttnions. She is now tripping up to her
husband's shoe store and out to see her
children without experiencing any pain.
Grace Oourtland, the "witch of Wall
streot," is in Washington. She says
Jay Gould will fail, and it will be on
Kalamazoo, Mich., Feb. 2,18H0.
I know Hop Bitters will bear recommenda
tion honestly. All who nse them confer upon
thorn tho highest encomiums, and give them
credit for making cures—all the proprietois
claim for them. I have kept them since they
wero first offored to tho public. They took
high rank from the first, and maintained it,
and aro more called for than all others com
bined. So long as they keep up their high
reputation for purity and usefulness, I shall
continue to recommend them—something I
have never before done with any other patent
medicine. J. J. Babcook, M. D,
The people drove Clemens out of
Terry, Ala., because he took a second
wife three days after the death of his
Yeoetine.— Tills preparation is scientifically
uid chemically combined, and so strongly con
centrated from roots, herbs and barks, that its
good effects are realized Immediately after
commencing to take it.
Some women are like shotguns.
They would attract no attention if it
were not for their bangs.
fn April I.nat.
twenty-four mombors of Arlington's minstrels
were taking Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure. It made them happy.
Yachting Item.—Brownjohn very ap
propriately calls his yacht his floating
debt. It isn't paid for.
Flics and Mosquitoes.
15c. box "Rough on Rats" keeps a houße
free from flies, bed-bugs, roaches, rats, mice,
Pvue Cod Liver Oil. mado from selected
livers, on the seashore, by Caswell, Hazard &
Co., New York.. It is absolutely pure and
sweet. Patients who have once taken it prefer
it to all others. Physicians have decided it
superior to any of the other oils in the market.
Cakboline, a natural hair restorer and dress
ing, as now improved and perfected, is pro
nounced by competent authorities to bo the best
article ever invented to restore tho vitality of
youth to diseased and faded hair. Try it.
Another through line to San Fran
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ITS MEDICINAL PItOrKItTIES ARE
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Veoktinelh made exelumvply from the of
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For I,' teem and Em pi We I) i wii *v* of the Shin,
l'ii*tule», I'impl, >h, ItloicheM, Hoila, Teller,
r*< ;i lelhejid and Itiuvwurm, Vkuetink has never
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UmvVKD I'KO.h nr-A-rti.
TPHlifiui .T. oi SomervUle, Mush., say*: In
Ihelallnf 1 -%Tt; I waMnkeu with bleeding of thelunp;s (
foUowi'l b .1 levers rough. I lont my appetite and I
■osh. Mid vv.is confined U) my bod. In 1877 I was ad
mit ted to the hospiUl. The dot-lorn said I had a hole
In mv luagl as MS m hall a dollar. Atone time are
pcYt Went around that I was dead. I gave up hope
but a friend told mo of Dit. "William If all's Balsam
ton the Lungb. 1 git abottlr, when, to myßurprine
Icomnieneed to leal better, and to-day I fool bettel
than for thrco years past- I writo this hoping -rverj
Olio afflicted with diseased limps ■will take Du. TVffj
MAM Hall's IJw.vvm, and bo eonvineed that col*
wmOTIOS can hk ctTMXD. loan posilivek pay it hai
done more good than a'l the other medicines I have
taken since ny
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To CURK'Oionp, Spaam*, I)iarrnu;», UfMBtTO Mil
Seaßlckntw, taken internally, and GUAUA.NTKED
poffMtly harm Han ; alao externally,' Out?, Brniiiet*
Chronic Rlieilmnfin.ii, Old Hopm*. I'atufi in the limit*,
bark and cheat HUrfli a remedy in Dn. TOBIAS 1
No one once trvini? it will ever ho without it;
oYorfiW) pli\-Hiei»ns n*Mt
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but the comparatively trifling outlay of 50 Cents, and every
one fluttering with pain can have oheap and positive proof of
Ul claim.. DHUCTIONS 111 ELEVEN LIMII AI.MI.
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Dliilnrln In nn I iiiith Vnporous
Poison, ■preadinff dieeaae and death in many local!
ties, for which quinine is no genuine antidote, but
for the exEoote of which Hontetter'B Stomach Bitters
is not omlv a thorough remedy, but a reliable pre
ventive. To thin tact there is an overwhelming ar
ray of testimony,: extending over a period ot thirty
years. Ail disoidern of the liver, stomach and bow
els are also conquered by the Bitters.
For sale i,, all DrugKintß and Dealer*
GEORGE E. LEMON, Att'y at Law,
WASHINGTON, D. ('.
References given to actual clients in nearly everj
County in the IT. S. Correspondence invited. Bend
sketch or model for opinion as to patentability. No
cJUVqe for services unless successful. KHt.'blfsli'd lHfiS.
Payne's Automatic Engines.
Rollnblp, Dlit'uhlf* and Economical, tclll/Hr.
lUtih a lion? pouer u-it/i v ltxn furl anil water than
my other Engine built, not littoa with au Automatic
Cut-off. Burnt lor Illustrated Catalogue ".I," for
Information anil Trices. H. W. PAYNE k SONS.
Box 860, Corning. N. Y.
■M ■ ■ H gk\ IIK.SIIAII 1"S l,ll|l()ll
II § I I*AN«JIIINARIA. Thißis
I* If ■■ "a fVCfCrljuMon oi tlio late
I l_ UM '"'• sl » l '1 1 . of MK-i-.i|.|.i,
■ ■BM !■ m » iin HucccHaftllly UHod it in
a practice of loriy years
throughout the South in tho treatment of rile,
Fistulaa, Fissures and kindred diseases. Chrotiic
Pytonterp also cured. The formula has been iriven In
the Medical Journals of Mississippi, hence its relia
bility. Druppists will supply you. Price *1.
lilt. SHAItf MANUFACTntINO Co., >
i'..i 11 ; iihm c mid New Yorlt.
PETROLEUM JELLY g&tt
I Used and approved by the leading PHYSI- j^at ■
I CIANS of EUROPE and H| I ,»*^l
I The most IeHI '& Hfek. J^l^L^^
Ijt no wn. r \jm put.
a" v at
UB 3 ,fj I Pomade Vaselina.
If k W* A \e0 W Jl or S he . VMelJiie Cold Cream,
■ W M V— Vasonne Camphor I*^
Hr» W JV WUUNDS, BURNS, Vmbuu. Toilet Rnnn.
im mJKß^^^™™' C ? TS ' cHiLBLAiNs '
Ok SKTS DI3EASE3, HHEUMATISM, VICITI rail? rAMPBTTinWO
CATAaEB, HKMCEJOHOIDS, Etc. Also for YAMSUSh lU.lrlill.lJliS.
Conghj, Cold*, Ecre Throat,Crfup and Diphtheria, etc. An acrveeable form of tak>
tsTTiy turn. 25 and 60 cent lizei of all onr (roods. ing VuvlinointernsJljr.
■■AND MEDAL. AT THE rEJIJU.QJHIA EXPOSITION. 2i <"-•■• A B
aU.TKM K»Aa> AT TUJI 7AJHB JtU'.OTI.II. CftIAAXSftCO^S.I.
iA SAFE AND SURE
f,»K mai,k ny \i,i, uanuGtsn.
Ist. Buy seven bars I>OBBINB*
2d. Ask hlui to jjive you a bill
3d. MaU us his bill aud your full
4th. We will maU YOU FREB
seven beautiful cards, in six col
ors and gold,representlntr Sliaks
peare's "Seven Ages of Man."
I. L. CRAG IN & CO.
116 South Fourth Street,
The good and staunch old
stand-by, MEXICAN MUS
TANG LINIMENT, has done
more to assnage pain, relieve
suffering, and save tlte lives of
men and beasts than all other
liniments put together. Why?
Because the Mustang pene
trates through skin and flesh
to the very bone, driving out
all pain and soreness and
morbid secretions, aud restor
ing the atftteted part to sound
and supple health.
Great Bargain in Shirts.
In order to introduce our SIIIItTM throughou
the country, we onVr a splendid, well-made Linen
Bosom WHITE SlllliT for 7-f renin, and an elegant,
st of Gilt Picture Cards with each order, bend
sizo of collar.
Sent by mail on receipt of price.
11l Hi; \ Xl) 11KOS. A CO.,
17 Exchange St., Dorchester Station,
our WELL AUGER i- »„
cheapest, bores tlio xajtett. We aro the oldeatand
largest firm in America. Send for our pictorial
catalogue United Stati;:i Mi' v Co., Chicago, 111
I _ «>rr of XntrUnu, j> Snir. Literature. 1 Pro Iff i. hsMm
lie iVelJMKiviii". I lllmoTdL handeomelf If <«<«L«
Wdato;unl»*a.iMi*'bound, for only 6ucu. 'I *&.
MANHATTAN BOOK CO, HW.MIfc BL, H.T. r.gjgtfH
b if to as ~_
ALIiEN'S iii-iilii Koofl—cure* Nervous Ue.hUlty
& Weakness ol (leu'tvo Organs. SI-all Druggist*.
Bend forClr'l'rto Allan's PharVv. 31 ft First av.N.T.
AUJENTh WANTKW mr the Best ami i'a.-tesi-
Selliug Pictorial Books and Bibtes. Prieob re
duce-! :U i>it it. National Pub. Co.. Philadelphia, Pa.
YnillUft MPIU !t ' >"»» would learn felegrapy in
I UUNU WltN tour mouths, and be certain of a
situation, address Valentine Bros., Jaucsville, Wis,
fti/iii A WKKIi guaranteed. No capital required.
001 1 (.IMIDS delivered FREE. Address
BAIlNAllI) k CO., Beverly, Mass.
<H*Oi>^ flMO NTH-AGENTSWANTED-90be»i
t .Inv iiriiiiNfin, Detroit Mich.
QT. GEORGE* HALL forßbvs, Reietarttown,
r? Md. Terms |27fl a year. Ao unsurpassed Board -
ing School. Pro.. J. C. KINEAR, A. M., Principal,
tt i it rmTTTir\ Insiant lv relieved by( ieniian Asth-
HAY FF.VhH "laCure. Trial tree ot Druggist*
iLal l U I UIL ur |„.. k. Schiiliiiann.St. I'aul.Minn
g~t iievolvera. Catalogue free, Addnae,
%JT \J JhX K& Great West. Gun Work,., Plitiherah. Pa.
VST A Catalogue free. Addreea, Stuuiim
W A 1 U.t.t Jji 'J American WatchCir.P.tWbiirKli.ra.
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