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oor fashion LETTER.
Outing Gowna Are Now of In
terest to Womankind.
uvr.N ni:nr.T!ii:iuiSoi:ss ukkinh
(Uncle Velvet In A mi In Popular Pur
'rrliiiiuliiK Siiimiirr Dienm-n The
Cornelet Skirl Still In Puvor mid
IiHtely to Continue)
Tlio titliletle Klrl Ims Iil-coiho u per
nitinunt factor lit tlio world of. snort,
mill fnslilou trmk'sniun lnivo learned to
enter to all liur ruqiilt-uiuuutti In thu
way of correct iU'urh, untl homo stun
nliij; "ftpurtliiK tKH" iiro In Ihi soon lit
There Is n now koHIiik shirt Unit will
ho nppft'cliitiMl hy thu expert on tlio
links. It Is htilll Minu'Wlmt on tlio
Hue of a mini's ucxllxi'o shirt. It kos
A HMAltf TLANSCIi OOWN.
on over tho head and fastons In front
with hllnd hand and buttons, slltted
.but halfway down, and an absurd
imtch poukJt upon tlio loft side. Tho
sleeves reach to the elbow only and
have no looked folds, but are out bhort
and smartly hulshud with a wltlo
turned over cuff. The collar Is low
and Hat, mooting only when confined
by a loosely knotted Windsor tie.
The all prevalent princess f,'own has
entered the Held of sports mid will dis
port Itself on the tennis court mid the
KollliiK green. It will, of course, be
made of linn, crisp linens, glugliniii,
heavy linen crashes and hand woven
cotton jjoods heavy enough to limit;
properly Into short skirted suits.
The frock sketched Is of black and
white checked limine! combined with
plain whVo tlaunel. Tho lower part
of thu plaited skirt Is of plaid. This
material makes the entire waist, which
Is trimmed with bands of the plain
limine!. A small collar of black velvet
Is a pretty finish about tho cut out
A FAVORITE SKIRT.
Black velvet Is playing a rather Im
portant part upon the sprint; and sum
mer frocks, and a touch of It seeuis
likely to be used upon almost any ma
terial or any model. Hlael: velvet coat
collars and cuffs, which were Introduc
ed upon the tailored costumes of white
pmimna, serge, mohair, cloth and llncu
last summer, are once more. In evi
dence. In some models they are sup
plemented hy bunds on the skirt.
.Maude Adams In her character of
Peter Pan wears a hat that has bo-
A COllHKMll' KKJItr.
come very popular and Is called tho
"Peter Pan" In the shops. It has a
high, sloping crown anil brim short In
front, but high In tho back. In the
dented upturned brim at tho left side
u quill Is Jauntily placed. This shapu
makes a clmrniliit; outing hat, lit tho
way of summer Jackets the prettiest
thing Is an embroidered 10 ton with
short, puffy sleeves,
.Jaunty shoulder straps nro Introduc
ed with tho princess skirt to cross tlio
thin blouses of silk or lingerie which
Invariably nccoiupauy them. Tlioso
straps are often of embroidery, which
Is repented on tho skirt,
Tlio skotch which Is given hero
shows nu attractive development of
the corselet skirt and ouo which lias
tlio merit of being easily iinulo and
luoro generally becoming than tho
more usual form. In It tho front goro
nlouu Is carried up Intact to the top
at tho corselet. Tlio rest Is formed of
u separate hip corsolot, Into which thu
skirt portion Is mounted.
DECOMINQ AND CHIC
Soft rose, strawberry mid raspberry
shades of linen will bo much worn, but
white, string colored and biscuit Uncus
(rimmed with heavy luco mid hand em
broidery uro the fuvorltes.
model in strliiir colored luieu. has .ft
'h vli ii
llftio b'nsqucd cbnt tbnt3oes u6t quite
meet In front. Straps mid buttons of
BLACK CUtl' HAT.
linen hold this Jaunty Jncket together.
A deep collar of string colored cluny
Is bordered by narrow quillings of lin
en. A similar plaiting Is set upon the
skirt above tlio hem, following a point
ed tunic line. These tine plalltngs are
new features upon French models. Of
Course they do not launder, but the
French do not consider such a detail a
consideration where chic Is concerned.
The very sheerest of thin white
frocks Is made all In ouo piece a la
prlnccsso, llttcd close to tho figure,
with lace insertions and line tucks.
That these gowns will hang together
for many wcarlngs or survive a single
visit to tlio tub Is past praying for.
Among the novel little boleros spring
ing up are some made of alternate
rows of valonclcnnes mid heavy lace
and others of velvet and Jet.
Elbow sleeves can be worn without
committing fearful glove extrava
gances now that a serviceable dnr'c tun
street glove comes In elbow length.
There Is a patriotic red, white and
blue hat that Is prettier than !c sounds.
a sailor of tine white chip, with a ruche
of shaded blue tulle around the crown
mid red cherries hung under the brim.
Tho hat seen In the cut Is a French
affair carried out In fine black chip.
Inset about the bibn Is creuni colored
cluny lace. Dresden ribbon trims tho
crown, falls over the brim and makes
the quaint little tie and bow under the
chlu. lted roses are banked up In the
So perfectly beautiful are tho new
parasols that the woman who works
all day might be pardoned for carry
ing one In tho moonlight. One dainty
uffulr Is all little tluffy frills of valon-
DHUSS OF WYUB CH.UYLIE.
clennes lace, with a wide white silk
border painted in white ami purple
Borders of grass Illicit make a smart
contrast round tho colored sill; parasols,
A green pongee parasol with a three
Inch border of ecru linen scalloped anil
tnibroldered around the edge Is chic.
Slippers this summer must match tlio
gown worn with them. One can there
fore expect to see pretty slippers of
blue In the latest shade of u dull tune,
butter colored yellow slippers and
green ones, with pretty rosettes to
match all these lines,
In color harmonics black with white
and pale blue Is still modish. There
are, too, particularly pleasing effects In
brown and white.
F.lbow length sleeves and long gloves
seem especially adapted to the old
fashioned wltlo band bracelet, which Is
again In vogue.
The llttlo dress In this cut Is of palo
blue challle. The plaited skirt and
blousetl bodice nro trimmed with rows
itf Dresden ribbon. Thu chemisette Is
if English embroidery.
No Poetry There.
"You know," rcmurkuil Mr.
Klumsey, "they suy duueiug is thu
poetry ot motion."
"Huh!" snorted Hiss Grace, just
recovering from a waltz with him.
"Hut when the feet get twisted it's
mere doggerel." Cutholiu Stundurd
uud Times. .
Worth the Money,
' Lawyer So you took $1,019 in
cash from this woman uud promised
to make her "queen of the heav
ens." Don't you think that wus ex
tortion? i Spirit Medium Not at till, sir.
Think of the position! Detroit
Squllbob Tho modern tendency
of women, I believe, is to wuut the
Squilligau Well, my wife doesn't
want tho earth, but she certainly
1 does want the "dust" every pay
night. New York Press.
DOSING THE COOK.
What Would Happen If TliU Custom
Wero Now Revived?
An linglish monnzlnc printed in
180? nH'ortls mi opportunity to
learn of the hygieiiin treatment of
cooks ul thai porind, Similar pro
ceedings in tlit'si' enlightened liinusi
would promptly depopulate our
kitchens. It up'poars that in Eng
lund at tho date mentioned it was
uoiiBidured the correct tiling to ad
minister medicine, to cooks ut flltttod
intervals. This was insisted upon
whether or not they resisted. Tho
theory in vogttu iir a mason for this
heroie treatment was that the. con
tinued funics of cookery and tho ne
cessity of drinking often to cool the
throat produced bilo and humors
that injured the sense of taste. The
local olfect wits to excoriate thu pul
uto, and unless prompt remedies
were applied it became callous and
the cook's Usefulness imperiled.
To restore the intogiity of the or
gans of taste it was considered im
perative to resort to the following
treatment: The victim was Jirst sub
jected to two days of preparatory
regimen, when u decoction of man
na, sennii and salts was administer
ed. One day's rest was allowed,
when the dose was repeated. A re
spite of forty-eight hours interven
ed, when, if favorable results fol
lowed, a heavier do.e was given.
The periodical quoted reviews the
contingencies likely to arise from
this enforced regimen. As a matter
of precaution it insists that employ
ers shall inake service dependent
upon prompt acquiescence in this
heroie formula. If the cook is re
calcitrant she is either to be dis
missed without payment of wages
or reduced to thu position of scul
lion. The forced administration of
senna, munnii and salts to the
haughty beings who preside over
our kitchens would promptly land
heads of households in a police
court, to suy nothing of preliminary
athletic manifestations with avuilu-
ble pots and pans.
Plan That Failed.
A certain henpecked husband of
lluskogee read in the papers where
a girl at Tahlequah had been scured
to death by the discharge of several
cannon crackers, and straightway
went downtown and bought 11 largo
supply, intending to lire them. Ho
hustled his wheelbarrow load of
combustibles up near his wife's
room and touched them off. When
the shower of shattered glass and
broken pieces of timber ceased, the
nuin felt something cold against his
cheek, and, glancing that way, suw
his wife with u revolver thrust in
his face. She remarked coldly:
"Xow, you inarch into the house
and go to bed or there'll be a sec
ond class funeral." He marched,
muttering under Itis breath: "It
might work on a Tahlciitah damsel,
but on a Muskogee woman, never!"
Pryor Creek Clipper.
Not Even Standing Room.
A traveler on an electric car had
a seat next an old negro couple,
whose earnest voices attracted his
attention. "I tell yo', Sam, dat's
one ob yo' niod'n notions. 1 ain't
got no patience wif dose ycre uiod'n
notions," said the old "mammy."
"And T say again, just like 1 done
say'd befo'," replied Sam, ''tint 1
seen it in de newspaper."
'Yo' mean fob t' tell 1110 tint yo'
seen in de paper how folks was a-liv-in'
on de moon?"
"Yas'm, dese ycre wise folks say from twenty to twenty-iiie pipes a
people am u-livin' on de moon. An' ' day and eiiilently perform their du
whul's mo', dey say do moon is ties in a perpetual drowse, acting by
crowded wif 'cm." a sort of automatism and scarcely
TJm old lady's eyes gleamed sud- conscious. At Toalon especially tlio
denly in triumph. j vice is making alarming ravages.
"Den of dill's do at, Sam, wluih , Young ollicors are hard I v seen at
do all deni people go when de moon
dwindles down t' u little streak?"
"AS SAFE AS A BALLOON."
During tho la.it twenty years '.',0151
balloon untl air-hip usoenK have
taken place in 'iorinnuy, and only
thirty-six aiviiU'nln lime befallen
the 7,f?0 pei'Min-. taking part in
Iheni that is lo mi., one trip 111 lif-ty-seien
come-, to urief. or one uero-
Cures Chronic Constipation,
Stimulation Without Irritation.
Ohino Laxative Fruit Syrup is n new
laxative syrup combined with the deli
cious lluvur of fruits, and jb very pleas
unt to take. It will not gripe or sicken.
Itis much moro pleasant uud ellective
titan IMlls, Tablets and Saline Waters,
as it docs not derange tho Stomach, or
irritate tho Kidneys, Liver or liowols.
Ouino Laxative Fruit Syrup will posi
tively euro chronic constipation as it re
stores the natural action of tho intestinal
tract. Ordinary cathartics may give tem
porary relief but the stomach) is upset
and the bowels are irritated without any
permanent benefit having boon derived.
ff !&? WP
made and secures thu right
oi way into the mouth of every particular chuwer is
thu little ' Star" lag on every plug of
2) I A K
PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO
The immense sales of "Star" are simply due to
the high standard of quality which it introduced
over forty years ago and lias since maintained against
ait sorts oi competition.
tNo cnew so goott no cnew so
economical no chew so popular.
The wholesome, sweet, waxy leaf in
"Star" gives an elastic chew that holds
its substance until every bit
of the rich juice is chewed
out of it. Lasts twice as
long as "cheap" chews.
150,000,000 ioc. pieces
In AH Stores
Hum 111 .11 iik'cio iun an acciuciu,
0 casualty rate of less than one-huli!
1 l'ur ccllt- ' 1" '" lllG'!e idh'rmg
statistics most of us will be prevent
ed by various circuinstunees from
taking up ballooning as a sport, and
we are more interested in the fact
that ballooning is safer than motor
ing in another sense safer to other
people. The whole .'OGl trips, we
are told, hue only produced two
cuse3 of accident to persons other
than the occupants of the car.
It bus been discolored that meat
marketineii can make a very clever
imitation of lamb chops. The bones
are kept in stock and the meat very
cunningly pressed about them to
look like chops. Then they are sold
to customers for the reul thing. Un
less vou are a critical observer vou
would not discover the deception.
l'his is an enterprising age, and
j yet the adulteration of foods has not
rencliuu us porlection point,
is room for improvement.
niarkclinen able to make lamb chops
out of almost any old thing, we ex
pect th"m to alliance until they are
able to build a steer from hoofs to
horns, jointing him adroitly uud
padJing out with left over meat
scraps. Boston Post.
Opium In the French Navy.
The French naval authorities,
says the l'uris .Matin, are disquieted
by tlw ravuges of opium smoking
among ollicers on duly at the sea
ports of Brest, Cherbourg. Lorient,
lioclu'forl and Toulon, ilanv smoke
theaters or in society, but a soon as
, they can get oil' their uniforms they
I has'tcn to the dirty Chinese dens,
I where, stretched on coarse matting,
they sloop their lira ins 111 opium.
Australia's Empty Spaces,
llichnrd Arthur, M. P., president
of the Immigration League of Aus
tralia, has been pointing out some
startling facts in reference to the
lack of population in the conimon
wcnltl' -In tlio vi"t uni'thcrn terri-
Nn Laxative Fruit Syrup
HI Pleasant to take and does not gripe or nauseate
The condition of tho patient remains un
changed. The Stomach, Liver and Bowels
have not been stimulated and in a fow
days a stronger purgative may have to bo
taken, This is why Pills and Aperient
Waters never give permanent relief,
Their violent action results in an unnat
ural mpvetnentof the bowels and it isnec
essary to keep taking them indefinitely.
Why ORINO Is different. ,
Omno Laxative Fruit syrup is the only
preparation that really acts upon all
of the digestive organs. Other prepar
ations act upon tho lower bowel only and
do not touch the Liver. It can very read
ily be seen that a preparation that does
not act upon all of the digestive organ8
Prepared only by FOLEY
OLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
aoiwrip - jw
I i B?Cr
Tim linrlfrn thnr rl?-
I ' Mrrill Itrif? flirt lrrl nlwiiir
lory there are only S'JO
one inhabitant to every 700 square
mile3. The immense empty spaces,
he says, cry out for population. Tho
world lias grown so small that the
only solid title to any part of its
surface is effective occupation. Mod
ern methods of transit have brought
the vast, unoccupied northern terri
tory of Australia within easy reach
of the teeming Asiutie peoples.
""A LITTLE NONSENSE.'
Th Farmer' Daughter Was No En
courager of Laziness.
One of those family emergencies
had occurred. There were several
unexpected guests and 1111 insufli
eiency of sen ants. So the head of
the house persuaded a daughter of
a farmer who lived near by to ofti
ciate as waitress for one night only.
"It's easy enough," he explained to
the unwilling girl. "When the bell
rings all you haie lo do is to come
in, do whatever little thing is want
ed and then go out."
As the guests ook their seats at
the table one of them brushed a
fork to the floor. The host touched
the bell. Tn came the temporary
waitress. "D'ye want me?" she
"Yes," said the host, motioning
with his hand. "The gentleman
dropped a fork."
The girl stepped inside the room.
With uplifted hands and eyes open
ed wide in astonishment, she drawl
ed out :
"(lood Lord! Yew don't mean
ter say yew rung that ere bell jest
ter have me cum in '11, pick up thet
fork, do yer? WqII, by gorry! 'F
'e's ser lazy he can't pick it up him
self, yew kin let it lay thur. 1 won't
tech it." Then she made a hurried
exit, bunging the door. Woman's
"liven body should read
poetrv every dav," .said the
'Certainly,'" answered Mr. Cuni
rox, "My ndwrtising man recog
nized thai long ago. In order to
make sure people will read our po
etry we put it on the billboards and
in the street curs iiwieud of in
books." Washington Star.
1 lvirffrt(j Py 1 1 1 1 1 f iTlLLLiLUTT
t " villnilillinillilllllilllilllJ
1 i2K iJr1fjSt:JL'-
Stomach and Liver Trouble
Take ORINO Laxative Fruit
are not satisfied your money
CO., Ohloago, III.
- r. xoci-.iiLiN'., ob:io.
NolloolOiPrMjyglwu Hint the fntlnnir
AOtfounlntut Vottelipr lmvp bcoti rllt'd In
the I'rolinloUoiirinr Hoi'klnjt fount v.oliln,
fur llrt. and lllinl Pttlttmnl, IlnUlu II
Monro Climiillnn or Itolicrl Moore, Inln her
wnrtMltnw ilecn ucd) mill tlin num will
como on for lipni'lnt' on llms, tiny of ,1iinn
A. li.lWOnl liloVliicU it, m ornt'tnoiilliort"
nnerni tuny lid eoiivpiilnni.
May li S-w l'rolmln .Unit?".
Nnllco In linrcliy jjlvon Hint Mm followlnii
AiTiniiilsiuiil Vmli'licri. Iiiivi' Iicimi filed hi
II10 l'rolmln Pom tor Itoi'kliinCoiiiily.lllilo,
for first mill final ri'IIIuiiiimii, Win. W nlliu'C,
Ailnilnlstlntiir ot Hie ciliilii of InuiiM
iMiillioiin.v.ilei'i'liMed .iillil I lie xiimn lll I'lintii
on for li cur Inn on Mm 1.1, tiny of .liinu A, 11,
IIkhiiiI It) o'clock it, 111., or iih 10011 llicirnflur
" V.V, MAUTIV,
Muyl'JI, 3-w I'rolmtt! ,1 mine.
Notice of Appointment.
KnIuIo of Wlllliitu (). Titckur, ili'cnicd.
Tlio uiulurHltiiicil I1111 lii'un nppoliiU'tl mill
giliillllHil ni AiliiilliMliiittiror Mid pttntp of
William u.Tnckt.'r, latt'of lfockliia County
cli'Cciiei'il. DittHil tlili in, ilny or Miiy A. II
Mny 21, t!-w Atlmliil-ttrnior,
Notice Is hereby kIvimi Unit II10 roltowlni;
Ai'L'onntHiiiul Voiiclmrs luivc lieon tllftl In
Mm I'lolmlii Court orfIocklii),'f'oiinty,Oliiii,
for llrstnntl flu ul si'llloiiuiiit, (Ir.int .Moons
Adiiiliilitrnloror cstntnor.Siiinli A. Moore.
dci'iMiM'tl, mid Mm Miinii will t'tiiue 011 for
lienrliii; on llius.dtiy or.liiim A. I) Hhii m hi
o'clock a. 111., or nssoon iliorenflur 11s limy
I'. I. MAHTIN.
Mny 17, a-w rrolmtc Jutlge.
Notice of Appointment.
IMnle of Henry Davis tlucenked. The 1111
dorslKiiutl litis Immmi iipiioliiletl arid tiiinllfletl
iisiulinliiHtrntor ttli tlin will minuted of
Hit-ustnteof Henry I nvls lnlt of Hocklne
t'onnly, tlecensetl. Iinletl this t, dnv tr
Mny A. I1.II1K).
,, ,. , . OHCAIl DAVIS, (Ailmr.
May li.'l-w jJiSS. with thu will mm. xod.)
Notice Is hereby Klven Mini lint ftillnvvltig
Avcottnl.s mill V otichers hne IjetMt tiled in
the I'rubiito Court of IloealiiKConnlv.Olilo,
fnr lllinl settlenteiit Dsenr Dnvls, Ad'tnlstrn
lor with the will iniiiexett of Henry Dnvls,
deeensed Ai'coiitilnnt for lleitrv Dnvls
ileu'd who wus Mxeentur ornslnto or Thoiinis
Dnls, deet'Hsetl, mid the siiiiid lll ootnti on
for hem-ltiioii thus, tlnyor.liine A. I). liHui
lit MoVliH'kii, in , or us soon tlien-nrter ns
limy he convenient,
M 17, a-w 1'rohiile.ludse.
Notice to Teacliers.
I'h e Hoard nil School Kxainineis or lloek-
liBCounty will meet ut the.Sehool ilnildliit;
In r.nKaii, Ohio, at s .;d n. m.. on thu nisi
S.ilurtl.iy ni e.ieh month, foi I he exainlmt
tlon ot ilpiillriints tor Teaehers lllementiu v
Ccrllllcities: ami on the tlrst sumi-ilii til
Sniileliihcr, Deeeniher. March itnd .lime foi
thoexitmltiiitloii of n))liftt:its lor 're.teher's
HIrIi School and Sieeiitl CeitlHenles i:
aiulnntin is lor jniplls desirliiR lo enter hiah
schools will lie held on the Tlilid Siliiiilnv
ot Apill nnd I he Second Sntiinlay ot May.
J. c. SToroiiTON. PrcNldenl
U.K. II titsu.CIulk.
C NT. Wurri:. Vice "resilient
Logan, Onio. I.Vhruarv '.'. li)o.1-tl
OIL HEAT E F. S
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Safe, Quick, Reliable Regulator
Hunerlur id other reineitlei aol.l at liUlt nrleei.
Cure iiuaronteeil. Hurcenfully useU by over
400,000 Womeu. I'rlce,V!5 OunU.ilrUK-
glut ur liy mall. Teallmonluli unit luxiklet tree.
Dr. Lul'rnuoo, l'lilltiduliiblu, l'a.
Notlee is linrnhy given Mint thu fidlowlii
At'i'otnilN mid Voncliois Imvu Imm'ii filed In
thu I'rtil Hlofiinit or iroi-lclnnCount v, rililo,
for first mid fltiitl set Meinuiit Minnie. Cini
lleld (iiiiirdliin, Aeroiiiiliint for Ditnlol I'ltit
lleltl. (now InsiiiHi) 1'yih'iiioi' of llsttiitti or
Dnvlil C'nnllnld, defeased, n ml thu smile will
come on for lii'iirliiKiiu tliuH, In v or . I line A.
1). HKVIttt ItioVloelc n. in., or its soon there
iiflerns mny he convenient.
V. 1'. MAKTIN.
Mny I7,:i-v I'rnhule. Indue.
can not cure Chronic Constipation, Torpid
Liver, Indigestion, Sour Stomach, etc.
For Biliousness and Sick
Take Orixo Laxative Fruit Syrup, It
sweetens the stomach, aids digestion and
actsasa gentle stimultinton the livorund
bowels without irritating those organs.
Clears the Complexion.
Omno Laxative Fruit Syrup stimulates
tho liver and thoroughly cleanses tho
system and clears the complexion of
pimples and blotches. It is the best lax
ative for women and children as it is
mild and pleasant, and does not gripo or
sicken. R.efuse substitutes.
Syrup and if you
will be refunded.
!! ir to 1 pmtrii r i -' litn i' STIZV
iN-iatuli itA .'iffituit Wen i
KIFLKS . . . from $2.25 to $180.00
I'lBTOLS . . . from 2 00 to CO.OO
SHOTGUNS , . lrom 7 BO to 35.00
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iMilog prl't. I ,tp'wlaKe.
Our aura tlvr htei t ! r Al ir lihnm Ifanijfr vi t-e
hPilt 1hl w) T t -r I -ni In itiftip.
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CUlcopeo Falls, Mass., U. ?. A.
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(!. W hUll W KNK'K, Ayunt
HAirLEV 1I. WIIITFIIAFT
& not Aitv pur, Lie
()pj. Ili'inpi'l House
THE NATIONAL BANK OF
oitici: IIOLKS f) TO !
I'aiif In dish dijtilnl $."0,000
C. K. liOWKN, President,
II. It. IIAH1UNOTON, Vice Pies.
K. MEAD1- liOWKN, Cashier.
Dnea u Cenernl liniiking Uusi
iiosh, Receives Deposits, Discounts
Pnper nnd Ruys and Sells Kx
chfinge. upr O-I3' Rank in Junies Rlouk.
REMPEL BANKING COMPANY,
Ferdinand. F. licnipel
LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO..
Individual Liability $100,000,
Does a General Ranking and Col
Bunking Rooms P. O. Building
DR. C, F. APLIN,
Physician and Surgeon,
litis roci'iitly luUt'ii n Rpi'dii I.' rour)
(rillhtl'lU'tlollK 111 (llhl HMIs III UlllUl'll
Oi'i'ici: Opposite Operu Hoiifio,
Ri:hiiii:.NOi: AI ulherry Htriet, onq
hnlf hlock north of Rooliesior
Oi-'t'ioi: Houits 8 to 10 a. ni. nnd
2 to I, to S p. m.
Wm. F. Eisclo
D K.U.Kit IN
(inuiilc untl Marble Moiuimeiils.
Iiiiiin, Content, Rock Phis
tor, Plastering Hair and
Plaster of Paris
DR. M. H. ClIFKlUNaTON
PlijHleinn & Surgeon'.
OI''l''IUi:-t)) Allllll HItOt-1,, Ihiwlliy lllllltt.
Iiilli noit ttiOiL'in llimsu.
Until Thorns Ni).7h.
OKKIOK lIOl'IIS-7 lo in n. m. mill I toU
p. mi. n ul il lu H p. ni. Htimluy H to 111
n. in n itliltiiDji. in.
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wiHt of Ilnritni'lim Uunhliilico, UttUtiu
I'hoiie Nu,7j Ihill'l'ltonolUin,
THE ORIGINAL SCHOOL. lntru
tlun li luuil adailU to irrun.
IlrconlztHl by mum ami nluvnturi.
l.ipeneml umt ruiuiwient luntruct
uii. iuLrt iiiif tmiu unl). Time
riurK4 I'lfiuriitory, lltttincii, Col
legs. I'ltpami tor iiat.tu'e. 1VIII
lutttr your loiulllio" ami proivocu
111 binuneu, KiuiUuU mill grujuate.
SCHOOL Of UW.
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