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Wahinxtoa t .Vurohal of Jf ranee.
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New iJorott-tiir foetry, for Ajiril.
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Movulty i3 the United State.
Artuuui Ward' Character aud Peculiarities.
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We have thousands upon thousands of
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til I commenced to use Centaur Liniment,
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Manorrillc, Schoharie Co., N . Y."
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It is a mistake to suppose that Castoria Is
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Children. They only need to increase the
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Wind Colic, Sour Stomach, Worms. Tetter.
Teething and Croup, that it Is especially
recommended for them.
intellects are more certain than Castor
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ant to take as honey. Jt never gripes. Jiy
regulating the Howuchand bowels the Cas
toria cools the blood, expels worms and
prevents feverishness, quiets the nerves and
produces health then of course children
can sleep in quiet and mothers can rest.
Castoria is recommended by all physicians
and nurses who have tried it, and it is hav
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with great care alter the recipe oi l)r. Sam
uel l'ncher, of Mass., at the Laboratory ol
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When ScRinSKR Issued it. fnmous Mid
summer llnlldny Number In July, alrietidly
critic said of it : "We aro uot sure but Unit
Scnin.NKit has touched high-water mark.
v e do not see wnat worlds are leit to it to
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l lie prospectus tor hip new voiumo gives
the titles of more than fifty paper (mostly
Illustrated), by writers oi me ingiiest merit
L'nder the head of
we have "A Winter on the Nile," by Oen.
McClellall : '-Katintcriui: About Constant!
noplo.'Miy Charles Dudley Warner; "Out
of My Window at Moscow," by Eugene
Schuyler! "An American in Tiirkiatan
etc. i nree serial stories aro announced:
By Dr. Holland, the Editor,
nose eiory oi -.-cvcnoaKS nve tue niLa
est satisfaction to the rcadrrs of the
liie scene ot this latest novel is laid on
the banks of lio Hudson. Tho hero ia a
young man who has been always "tied to a
woman s apron smugs," imt who, uy me
death of his mother, is left alone in the
world to drilt on the current of Me with
a lortune, but wit bout a purpose.
-t .,i,i T-.r ....
Minn Trafton, will begin on the completion
ol "mat i.tiss o Jowrie s," by Airs, llodir
son Burnett. Mrs. Burnett's story, begun
in August, has a pathos and dramatic power
w Bleu nave Deen a surprise to inn pu bile
There i to fee a seiles of original and ex
nuisitelv illustrsted naners ot "l'ntmlat Scl
enve," by Mrs. Ilerriik, each paper com.
piete in lisen.
There are to be, from varloun pens, papers
"Home Life and Travel"
Also, practical suggestions as to town and
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