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The Lost Dinner.
In the town of Newcastle, in
England, there was a man who
rent by the name of Patient Joe.
He worked' in a coal mine He
was called Patient Joe because.
lYrieTc'ame to him, he would
say. "It's all for the best ; those
who love God shall, find that -all!
things"jvork together for good."
If tliinffs went well with him.
Joe would praise God : and if
things went ill with him he
irould praise God still, and say,
'"God knows test what is for my
good. t We jnust not judge of
things by this life alone; there
is'alifa 'to come after this; and
things that may not seem good
for us here may , be5 good for us
there." ' J
In the coal pit where Joe work
ed some of tha men .would, jeer
ariaMaugli at him when he said,
"It's all for the, best." . , There
was a man by thename of Tim,
who would miss no chance to
l.nin-ri at .Tn
One day, as Tim and Joe were
getting ready to go down into
the deep pit, Joe, who brought
his dinner of' bacon.- and, bread
with him, laid it on the ground
for .a moment Before he could
fake it up, a hungry dog seized
it and ran oil.
Ha,haI". cried Tim, "that's
1T - jl l i .' a XT
an ior me uesr, is it, man s now
stick to thy creed and say yes."
"Well, I do sav vesj' said Joe ;
'fyufWjTmusl eat,it,i? royduty
ttfrynd get back m dinner.
If I get it back, it will be all for
the best : and if I don't get it
Ihesame. "God Ts"so'greaftEat
he can rule the smallest thing as
well as the largest."
So Joe ran after the dog, ai
Tim, -with .a latjgh.and oath, went
down into the coal-pit.. Joe run
the dog. At 'ast Joe gave up
the chase, and came back to the
mine, thinking to himself tha
thejneB. jwouIdrall have, a,good
laughlathimi ,. 1
But he found them all pale
with alarm and awe. "What a
narrow escape vou have had,Joe,'
sWaMof .th'ejb. "f'Thpitihas
cared ! in, ana 'poor Tim' is IdllecT.
If that dog had not run off with
your dinner, you would have
goriePdown with-Timinto Hie pit
J oe tpbK'oirhis. hat V anil -while
his breast heaved, and his cheeks
grew pale; and .the tears came to
his eyes"h'e Ipoftedhip to'heaven
eleys .sw-- - . ' c-
Speaking evil of others is one
of the most unamiable habits
that- 'can be acquired, and one
that leads to infinite mischief;
it is;not:always easy to avoid it.
lor mere are a great many per
sonsin dhe. world who are not
what they ought to be, and. who
do a great many things thev
ought not to do. It is hard for a
blunt, generous niind to refrain
from .expressing itself about
mean people and mean acts;tbere
is ''Something in meanness, "arill
dishonesty' that rouses the i.ndig-'
natibtiMf sucha mind,, ancl-t
lilies, 'the luxury' of denouncing
thefn.injjold, unmeasured. terms.
But the'gracticeas a, practice, is
a (troublesome and a dangerous
There are. occasions when it is
ourduty to speak out in expos-oufe-ffwrong;
but in generalit
is belt to abstain from evllfpeak
ingf even. ,of evil persons. J .W:e
are"not made judges of others'
actions;, no. one has the right to
assume the character of arbiter
and censor. 'Even the best of
us have-our faults, and if every
one sho'uld presume to denounce
the vices and misconduct ot oth
ers, the -world would be given up
We may see and hear much we
do not admire and dislike; we
may "become cognizant of many
evil deeds done by evil persons ;
but it.is the part oi wisdom and
discretion to pass them by with
out notice, except when speak
ing of them cautiously mav be
necessary as a warning .to
we nave enomrn enemies in
tliis worldj without jppYoking
others 'with J ill-tempered ico'm-
The enmi'y of evil men is
thing.Jto bejaYoided,:for jwhile it
can uo us no goou, n may ao us
much hdrmV iBesfde'sHfo make
mistakes, in the. haste of, honest
indignation, and speak evil of
good men for acts -we not under-
stand, bucii a mistake is worse
Jhantbetherj'for'while. it'is im
prudent "to prbmisuously de
nounce evil men. it is a cruel
wrong to defame a good one.
The Effects of Worry.
rnai me euecis oi worry are
more to be dreaded than those of
simp!e hard -work, is evident from
noting the classes or persons who
sutler most from the effects of
mental overstrain. The. case
"boot of the physician shows that
it is the. speculator, tho betting
man, the railway manager, the
great merchant, the superintend
ent of large manufacturing or
commercial works, who most fre
qiiently exhibit the symptoms, of
accompanied with suppressed
emotion, occupations liable to
grave vicissitudes of fortune, and
those which involve tho linnr-inn-
on the mind' of a multiplicity of
intricate uetaiis,eventually break
down tne lives of tho strongest,
IrfHtimating what may be: call
eiIXlieLtayinf powers of differ
ent minds under hard work, it is
always' necessary to take early
training into account, a youn
man cast suddenly into a posi
tion involving great care and re
sponsibility, will break down, in
circumstances in which, had he
been gradually habituated to the
position he would have pejform-
ea its duties without difficulty:
It is probably for this reason that
the professional classes generally
suffer' less' from the1 effects of
overstrain thin .others. They
have a long course of preliminary
training, and their work comes
on them by degrees; therefore
when it does come in. excessive
quantity, it finds them prepared
for, it. ' Those, an the' other hand,
whe suddenly vault into that po
sition requiring 'severe mental
toil, generally die before their
The Master Carries the Key.
The mind of a pious workman
named lhierney was much occu
pied with the ways of God, which
appeared to him full of inscruta
Die mysteries. ine two ques
tions, "now s ana "Wliy f were
constantly in his own thoughts
whether he considered his own
life, or the dispensations of prov
idence, in the government of the
world. One day, in visitine
ribbon manufactory, his attention
was attracted by an extraordinary
piece jOf machinery; Countless
wheels "and thousands of threads
wero .twirling in all directions;
he could understand nothing of
its movements. He was inform
ed, however, lhat all this motion
was connected with the centre,
where, there was a chest which
was kept shut Anxious to un
derstand'the principle of the ma
chine, he asked permission to see
the interior. "The master has
the";key was the roplv.. The
words -were like a flash of light,
Here was the answer to all the
perplexed thoughis. Yes ; the
Master has the key. He governs
and directs all. It is enough
What need I know more ? "He
hath also established them for
ever and ever; he hath made a
decree which shall not pass
The hopelessness of any one's
accomplishing anything without
pluck, is illustrated by an old
East India Fable. A mouse that
dwelt near the abode of a creat
magician taking pity on it turned
it into a cat itself. Immediately
it negan tosuuerirom its lear for
a dog, so the magician turned it
into a dog. Ihen it began to
suffer from fear of a tiger, and the
magician turned him into a tieer,
Then it began to suffer from fear
of a huntsman, and the magician
in disgust, said: "Be a mouse
again, as.yotfliave. only the heart
help you by giving you the body
ot anoufer animal." And the
poor creature again became i
It is the same with a mouse
hearted man. He may be cloth
ed with the powers, and placed
in the position of brave men, but
lie w in always act like a mouse :
the public opinion is usually the
great magician tliat finally says
to such a person, i"Go back to
your obscurity again. You have
only the heart of a mouse, and it
is useless to try to make a lion of
How to Dress Soil.
J?irst kill the animal in the
most approved style; then as life
is extinct, skin the hind legs up
to ne Hamstrings; then garabrel
ana noist it up; make an incision
ingn up in tne Deny about an
inch and a half in length: then
insert the stem of a large funnel
into tho incision, and pour into
it irom one to two gallons of
cold -water, the colder the better.
Hie application of cold water
cools the intestines and the in
side of the sheen, and at the
same time, fills the chamber and
passes between the intestines and
the flesh, thereby preventing any
contact ot the parts and at the
same time cooling every part
completely. It also drives out
the gassea at the incision, so that
there is no possibility ot the
meat uecoming anectea in any
reasonable length of time, which
gives the operator time to dress
thejjneat.properly. .This is'.adne
by ripping from hough to hough,
sKinning downward without fur
ther ripping, thereby preventing
the wool or any outside filth from
coming in contact with the flesh.
ThisVi0fs course, I do as quickly
as possible?" Then remove the
remove' the intestines carefully,
so as, nqt to break any of . them.
By, this mode df treatment "you
will' find the tallow on the intes
tines and on the inside of the an
imal, perfectly cool and rigid.
Ticks on Sheep.
Some paper has stated that
sulphur fed to sheep will prove
a sure.remedyior ticks.. This is
ces. An occasional feed of one
tablespoonful cf sulphur to one
quart of salt will prove benefi
cial to the general health of
sheep, and if they are in good
order' will keep tick away with
out fail. But no amount of sul
phur will kill the ticks on sheep
wuiiu tiic ajicuuj uveiruii Willi
them and pinched up with too
little food. A daily feed of grain
will prove of more benefit by in
terposing a la3rer of fat between
Handing Wet Soil.
On this subject the California
Aqricullurist, says: "Better not
do it, because it is an injury to
it an injury tliat years ol care
ful culture cannot remedy.
Heavy soil, once puddled and
packed when wet, remains so for
a Jong time. Jivery step a horse
takes on wot soil poaches it. The
plow turns it over without pul
venzing it, and leaves a stiff
glaze on the furrows. Better lie
idle a fev days, or evon. sow tho
gram without plowing, and
scratch it in when the surface
dries off, than ruin or seriously
injure the soil by puddle plowinc.
This is the way that many fann
ers in California have ot rushing
through when they get started,
rain or shine, mud or mellow, re-
araiess ot consenuence. is not
according to the dictates of com
mon sense, and is not profitable,
either. Better pay vour hired
n Tl f r lot if nlnna 41. n 1
...mi. ... -ww "luutj UIUM IU piUWJl
uie sou whuii 100 wet. 11
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The Highest Medical Authorities of EnroDC
says tho strongest Tonic, IMiriOer ami DeoU-
siruent enow to ine mciucai woriu is
It arrests decay ot vital forces, exhaustion or
me nervous system, restores vigor to tuo ue.
bilitated, cleanser TitiateiIIloon,removes vest.
caie oostrnctions anl acts illrectlj on tno lit.
er anil Spleen. Price 1 a bottle. JOHN Q.
ive.i.LiUiiu, iBi'iaicac, a. i.
CONSTANT EMPLOYMENT at Home.
Alale or Female. $30 a week warranted. No
capital required. Full pan irnlar and aval.
uanie sample sent iree. Anurias wttn ti-cent
return stamp. All YOUNG, 2! Kinh street,
Willlamstiur, Xew York.
enrcs all Bimors from tho wont Scrof
ula to a' common Blotch or Pimple.'
from tiro to &ixhouJea:are warranted to
cure Suit Ithcnra orXcttor, Plmplca
on 1'acc, BoliK, JJrTslnclais and
I.lTor Complaint. bix to twelve Lot
ties, warranted to cure Scrofalona
Swell I nra and Sores and all Skin and
Blood Diseases. i:y Its wondcrfol
Pectoral properties it will cure the mort
ECTCre recent or lingering Conffli In tall
tho time required hr any otittr medicine
and Is perfectly cafe, looscnins conpli, eocth
lng Irritation, and rcllCTinir Borcrcss. Foltl
llrraunmr-lsts. II. V. 1'ir.Ittl;, BI.B,
(World's Dlspcusarrt iluffido, K. Y..
Truth is Might and -will
Purifies the Blood and
stores the Health.
71 Years of Age.
East JUKSimzLn. . as. n . 1SV0
Mb. Stkvknh Dear ir: I am scveutj-onc
can of aire: have suffered manr rears with
viUnerComulaint. weakness in inv back and
stomarn. i was innuceii oy irienus to try
your Veirctlne. and I think ft lltebcst medi
cine for weakness of the Kidneys I.verused.
naTe trieti many remedies liir mis com,iaint
andncrer round so much relief a from the
Veiretinc. it streiijrllicnanil fnriirorates the
whole system. Aluny of my .acquaintances
hare taken it, anil I helicrc it to bo gootl for
an tne complaints ior wnicn it i recommend-
litul.ll If UllL'IMI .XT
... . U .. . - , V ......... ll.wll.MI.F,.,.
A Source of Great Anxiety
Mr ilanehtpr lia rc-civcl srvnt Iwiieflt rmra
the use of Vczctiuc. Her ileclfninx Intuitu
was a source of great anxiety to all ut her
ncr ncaitn. sirciiin ami intHtit.
Insurance ami Ileal Ktate jrnt. Nn. 49 bears
Recommend it Heartily.
South Koston. Feb. 7. 1ST0
Mr.Stcvcns Dear Sir: I have taken sateral
bottles of vour Vesctinc, anl am convlncetl tt
isnvniunmo rcmetiy ior uipepsia, Aiducy
Complaint ami CcncralDel.IUty ot tho svstem
lean heartily recomtaeml it to all suhVrlng
lrviu uivnuovcrompiaini). lours rcsp'y.
jujks. muriKUK bit, Alliens St.
Wiiat Is Needed.
Mr. IF. R. Stevens Dear Sir. Alioutlvcar
since i lounti mysen in a iceuio cunuuion irom
general nebility. VeRetino was strongly ree-
otnraemlett to mo by a friena who hau ltcen
much benefited by Its use. f feel qultoconfl
ilent that thero is no medicine superior to It
inose complaints ior wntcn itisespcciau
nrcnarctl. anil woulil cheerfully recommend i
those who feci that they need Something
nsiurtj incm io jrnci, ut-ai m.
ltcsncetfullTVOurs. U. M.rKrTIX(3ILL.
Firm ofS. M. I'ettingiU A to 10 fetatc Street,
Yeretlno extends Its fnfiuenco Into crerv
part uf the hum tin organism coinmtncIng witn
ioiinuitiioii. curruuiiiiir ii!ttaa&eti nciion anil
rstorine vital powers, creatine a healths for.
at Iciii and miriflcation oflhu lilif. ilrlrlnrr
. i ... - V .. i i.K . . ...... . -
iuca9i.-( iii iv nig .lamro iu pvriorm I m
ted task. Vcgetlne is sold by all drng-
MOUNTAIN DEW SOAP.-Evcry way
as good as Canute; eivits but n half to one
ier pound. Ingredient everynhercteost
almost uothinir. Kiitlreli now .iu..i)v a
often ears ean malo enough In an hour
ifmnittmiivhix mouths. Savini? of tin to
0 yearly in household. All parties paid for
iuoiho! wriiuuii iiisatMleil. Uecommend-
ami UtOd lV tltOllsamU In iirs.tVimwn t. hiii'
In tho world. Wa-hra wltnout rubbing,
UMilo without a ii.irtitiAiir iv r vn.-ir.
Send)ct.curiTney aud K-tage stamp and
irvniuiiiii iinrieuiars ny reiuril man. w iu
LaH1 A. 1IUUW.N'. Fourth anJ rnli.n t trr..f
'him a m
nWl hid a So
?nni E-iuS WZA WW
LJ M J M
RICHNESS OF TONE !
Surpassed hy Kone..
"Tho Estev Is becoming
m iiwuoiiuiu ffUill
Large Numbers aro Being
uiio auu ii'
SAMPLE MOMENTS !
CAN KK SEEN BY,CAI.I.ISJ,AT XHS
POST OFFICE BUILDING,
T. B. CUNNINGHAM,
Bev. W. P. F OGLE GONG,
M'r LOCAL AGENTS
Great Cash Sale !
pjnens TO SUIT THE
Look to Your Interest.
THE FIRM OF
John Spencer & Son
Paint Valley, Ohio,
With a view to changing their bnsiness, will
sell tnelr ENTIRE STOCK of
Worth of Goods
Now is the time for Bargains. Don't fall to
avail younelres or the opportunity, for such
chances are scarce.
OUIt STOCK-CONSISTS OF
BOOTS -AND SHOES
Good rarlety and Sice Styles of
Elact Alpaca for 73 cents, worth Jl 15.
Delaines 13, 13 ana cents per yard.
Flannels 90 and is cents, that heretofore re-
A NICE LOT OP
Cassimeres, Jeans, &c.
Host Stocking Tarn 7t cents, worth II.
Wc would call the attention of yonns; men I
our stock of Clothing-, as. good as wuererl
the connty. I
Onr pntfrA tfwV nt PII rKT In nf I
w,.... ...... ,.c
tt 1 11 liC I J- IDI lul I. Cilia WVI Ml fi
Carhori Oil 25 cents per gal.
Notions in Gmte Variety
Our terms aro exclusively Cash, ornrodnce.
kinds of Produce wIIIIm rccelvol at tho I
hizhott Cash Prices. Including Wheat. nt.. I
Itye, Buckwheat, Corn, lover and Timothy
Sceil JLc l"oultryo fat Hogs alsotaken
exchange for goo.li.
JOHN SPENCER & SOU-
S3. H. StrubbeJ
WOIIT.T) riectfully announce to the cltt-1
zens or Holmes and ullolnlnrcoimtles.
ho in prcparwl to do nil work In his line lir-
if uaranlee satisfaction. I "
Harness Made to
VOSS: lATKNT TIMS I1UCKLK. which l su-
twtrlni-tn wll ..tl.a. 1
.pa-rtone out tni iei uursmen emp.oyeu.
K. II. STRUBBE.
Berlin, O., Aug. . lsTt
a aw i I
Imenaforthecomrort, convenience aadlmurr
other cars of tho kindf In the worliL
Dr. J. Walker?&sJif6fnIa Vin
egar lintel's aiaiaipnrely Vegetable
preparation, made chiefly frpnvti& na
tive licrlis fonnd on .the lowerrangea 'of
tbe Siena' Nevada mountains St.Califor
nlatliQ medicinal properties' of Which
aro extracted therefrom witlioat the aso
of Alcohol. Tho- question is almost
daily asked. " What ts-tho cause ot tha
unparalleled succcss'of Vineoau Uix
teks!" Our anstvcr is,' that they removq
iuo cause or disease, ami tuu pancnt re
covers his health; ' Tliey are tiie great
blood purifier and a life-giving principle;
a perfect Kehovator and Invigorator
of tho system.-' Never before in the
history of tho world has a modiciuo lx-ca
compounded posscuing tho remarkable
qualities of VuraonBrrrKxa in Jicalinp tba
sick of every disease nian is heir to. They
are a gentlo Pargativo as troll as a Tunic,
relieving Conjrcsuou or IaBanimatinn of
the Liver and Tiaceral Organs in Biliou
The uroDerties- of De. walkek's
Tixkoar Bittees are Aperient. Diaphoretic,
Carminative'. Nutritious. Laxative, Diuretic,
Sedative, Counter-irritant Sudorific, Altera
tive, and Antl-Iiuiooi
Grateful Thoasmnds proclaim Vnr
eqar Bittees the most wonderful In-,
vigorant" that ever sustained tb linking
according to directions;andremalilloiig
unwell, provided their bones are not'ds-
Bilions, Benltteat asdlBter-
mltteat Feiers,' whiclinreBO preva
lent Jn the.ralley8 of oar great rivers
throughout tba United States, especially
those of tia JfissteippiOnioyMiascJtlri,
Illinois. Tenneasee. Cumborland, Arlwa--
sos, lied, Colorado, Brazos, Bio .Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobilo, Savannah.'Ko-.
anokej James,Jand"1n.iny 6theio;rirItJi
their rast :tribntaric3, tnroaghont-oar
entire: country daring the Summer -and
Autumn, and remarkably so duriageea
sona of unusual heat-and dryness, are
invariably accompanied byztensiTo'de
rangements of tho.:8tomacli andiliver,
and other aMominalTiscerit Jiij their,
treatfnfent. a Viurtfatfver'cserflnsr a ridtv-
Lerfal Influence utwnnlicsajrario'uor-
gans,c is essentially necessarp There
is no cathartic for tha pnrposo equal to
DK. JWALKIE'S VlXEGAE BITTEUSk
as they.tvill speedily remove the dark
colored viscid matter withwhfch 'the.
bowcl3 aro loaded,, at 'the.samo' tfme'
stimulating the secretions .bY.thever,
and generally restoring tbe, jhealtiy.
functions of the digestive organs.?'" X"
x oniiy me Doay against disease
by purifying all Itsnidswith'YEsMJkB
Bittbrs. Kb epidemic: can take, bohl
of a system thus fore-armed. . u.
Dyspepsia or iBdlcestioB, Ueadr
ache. Pain in the Shoulders,, Cougbsn
Tightness of tho Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Tasto
in the Mouth, nilions Attacks? PaTpita
tation of the Heart, inflammation ortno
I.ungs, I'ain in tbercgion of tho Kid
noysr:md a hundred other painful symp
toms, aro the oirsprjrigs 'of Dyspepsia-'
One bottle will Drove-' a ucttercuaranfee
of its merits than a' lengthy advertise'-'
Scrofula, or Kiilis's Exll. Vmie
Sn-clliiips', Ulcere, Erjipciat, Swelled Xccir
Goitre, Scroruinus IuOoininationa; lDj"Ieut
Inflammations. Mercurial jMItction.r. Old
Sore. Kruptions of tho Skln.Soro Kj-esv'etc.'
In thew. a.s in all other constitutional Du
coscs.' AVaLKEr's Vixerar IliTTXlu bave
tliown ibeir great enrativo poweri in the
li'imt iilxtinato and intractable case". '"
. For I uflamniatorj and Chronic
lllieuniatisill, Gout, Ililion.s lieruir
tent and Intennittcnt I'evors, Oiscaaaof
tho Jllond, Uvcr. Kidneys and Uiadder,'
these ISittcrd h'avo tid'ential. Such Utcasis
are causeil by Vitiated lllood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons en
gaged in J'aints.and Minerals,. such as
riumbcr.i, Typc-sctterav Cold beaters, and
Miners, as thcr ndranco in life, are subject
to parnlvsis of' the Bowel. To enard
upainst this, take a dine.of 7ALKSas.Vl3-.
For Skin Diseases," Eruptions. Tet
ter, Ealt-ltheiim. Ulotchcai, Spout I'iraiiles.
l'utules, lbi!l, Cnlbnnclc, Hing-worms,
Scald-licad, Sore Kyc. ErrsipelnA. Itch,
scurii. inseouiraiiotirf oi ue Mtin; uiunors
and UiAcasoj of the Skin of whatever, nania
or nature, are literally dog np alid carried,
ont ortlie system in a short time by the u'
of these Hitters.
Pin. Tape, and other Worms.
lurkinir in tho svxleui of to manr uonsanils.
are ctiectnally destroyed and removed. So
KVstem l nieuicnw, no vennuagea, no an
XifcT Ihelmiuitic!) will free the system from worcu-
IlkO UJCSO UJIICIS.
For Feiuaie Complaints, inyoomr
or old. married or single, at tbe datrn ot vo-
manhooii. or tne mm oi uie, tneso 'lotuo
Rittcrx displav so decided an influence that
improvement Is soon perceptible.-.
Cleanse tlie t itiateu isiooawbea-.
ever yoa rind iu imparities bursting throngh.
. . 1 f.iU IU , ... 1 1' 1 U., UIUUUIU, VI UIB.
clcanie it trheii roa find it obstracted and
slajtpsb ia the reins r cleanse ittrhea tt u
mat ; your leenugs mu ecu voa rrnen- K.ep
the blood pare, and tha health of the system
it. n. H.Doaai.0 ice . .i
Drnspisti anil Gea. Acta. San Franclago.Canfimlsv
and eor. of Wasalnctun and Chariton Stsw X. T.
SMia ny oil uninuu au lMln
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND A , PA
The direct note for
Jollet, Morris, I-a Salle,. Pern. Henry, Iacoa,
revno, ucaeseu, juuiio iwct tsiana. uar
enporc, iiinscaiine, tvasnington, lows
City, Grinnel, Newton, IHs Moines,
Council Blofis and Omaha,
without change of Can,
Where it Joins with ihe Union Pacific Hallway
for Denrer, Salt Lake City. Sacramento. San
Francisco, and all points west oothaPadno
Trains leaTe dally, as follows:
Omaha, Leavenworth a Atchison zpress,(ex- .
ceptsuniiays), lOOJ A.M.
Peru Accommodation, (exeept Snndaysi.
vnn p. v
Omaha and Leavenworth Express, (except
The Chicago, Bock Island and Pacific Ball road
nare now opencu tnelr southwextera
connecting at Leavenworth with Kansas Pa.
cino anu atissonrl l'acino Itallroaits, and at
Aicnison with Atcnison. Topeka A Santa re.
Central Branch Union Pacific and Atehtau, .
Nebraska Kailroaits. for all poinu in
nansas. jnaian -l-erncoriea, t-oioratio aail
cvr Mexico. 0
This Company have Dalit a fall complement
Palace Drawing Room and Sleeninr Car,
which forexternsl lMautvftntl intrlnfV.HMTl
AL5rThrouf h tickets lor mt sll niwiral
Officva la the States ana Canada
UUOHlilDDLX. General MnnHnttnBt.
M. 8MITH. General PnuMim A rent. Chi
can. 111. 23t1
Bitten. . .U
hio at nu iinifr, vrareric aaA neat.
S" -IT. -
T.il an-l Uuti; sut, rtu.brr;n,.tsr'-- -AMEliK'AS
sTOMAClT UlTTElEs iifi. (X
vaTy vtn, tn.. r... ,k. tt t,
- J?? HR "HI?'8 iL v.. B. MU.
TUAL AID SOCIKTT of Pennsylvania.
,To!e"lgnl,Dlstrlct Agea for Holmes.
wuc, aicuina, nammic, arc. Asniand and
w.":; " '
VMW. ll CUUUIUDIOUIOOI Will D
Dromntlr and satisfactorily aitnnriml in iik.
delay. Policies lssned on short notice.
. , "as. A.M.aii.vi3, woosier.O.
Feb. 1, 1S71. j. Utrt
Agents wanted er
. . Particulars fra.
A CO.. St. Louis, ifo.