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WOW MILTON CAM TO
It was at the time of the great plague;
thai the poet of Paradise Lost" took
op his abode at Oh&lfont, and it was
through the instrumentality of a com
mon friend of his and. "William Penn's
that this retreat was seleotecL Thomas
Ellwood, the Quaker, had madelifiitoc
acquaihtanoe in London some years' before,
when hunted out of house ancL
home -by the Bucks Justices, and read'
Latin to him. in his lodging in Jewin
itreet. "When i&e plague 'grefierce.JLn
the cifcfy .the blind oet jbeifeought him'
of his one-time Secretary, and asked him
to find him some retreat in his neighborhood.
Ellwood took this "pretty"
box' for him; and it was here that he
suggested to him the idea of ''Paradise
Begained." Milton had handed him the
manuscript of " Paradise Lost" to pass
his judgmenton. "I pleasantly said to
him," Ellwood relates in hjs Lie,
" Thou hast said much here of paradise
lost, but what liast thou to say of paradise
found?' He made, me no answer;
but sat some time in muse; then h&
broke off that discourse and fell upon
another subject After the sickness was
over and the city well cleansed, he
turned thither; and, when afterward I
went to wait on him there, he showed
me his second poem, called 'Paradise
Begained,' and in a pleasant tone said
to me, 'This is owiug . tq you, for you
put it into iny head by the question you.
put to me at Ohalfont, which before I
had not thought oV"
Thomas H. Benton was by far the
most striking figure in the Senate.
When he arose to speak, his form tow-
ered head and shoulders above every
body else. When excited or enraged,
xicxj xcauj xux luo jjres, au acciaentai
fire destroyed his manuscript. His great
force of will led him to rewrite it. In
feeble age he toiled on, and shortly before
his death he finished tlie great arid
crowning work of his toilsome life. He
was of robust health, like Cass, doubtless
owing to his temperate habits. He
used to say that, when a boy, he promised
his mother that he would never
indulge in the use of strong drink or
tobacco, and that lie had literally kept
.his promise through life.
TASTING AN ELEPHANT.
The huge carcass of the elephant, .or
rather what remained of it, lay on one
side, as it had fallen, with the legs ex-
tended. Behind the ribs and just over
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mo ucxij mo ivbiiub xittu. jjccxou. uu. u,
larpre slab of skin about three feet
square, and, Jihrough the trap-door thus
formedgggprca the stQmach and
mtes&es'i:,:thry;.iad also but the heart.
Uyer and lungs, so thla.t fhatj :was left
wasmerelyia hoid slelL in the lower
parb;df had formed a
poolia fpo$&$p. Into thia.joavity tiiey
and the; kept filtering by
iwos, disappeig eritwely fitmv sight,
'searching efjoi small pieces: of fat.
aiongihe bkboneiand about the kidneys,
and :bataaiB$r lin, and smearing
themselves blood. Ehis is a
common practice'among alt the natives
of the interior of Africa whenever large
game, such ad elephants or rhinoceroses,
killecL particularly if -they happen 1
ni.tetl T-n r.j: ,
V rtlNAM I
nW . . rwtl x Effete -e tf rfiVff jKCK -so rflTiT T
Theyidp notwash iibff againj biitlefrit
'"dry'j0n thein and remain there till it
gradually wearc or gets rubbed off.
ji; MiinterW panderings in Africa--
. . The ;tallest peak . on Buffalo mountain,
in East Tennessee, known as White
Bock peak, ,on account of its peculiar
formation being 'a ledge of white rock,
; which towered several hundred' feet
fell the other day with a terrible crash,
which: wri8. heard for miles, and the
whole surrounding country was.; almost
overwhelmed with terror. It appears
as bt the whole end of the moutahvhad
'fallen. It is Said that when the crash
first occurred people congregated and
prayed to t)e..4elivejced from the falling
Eaklt. prayers have- been abandoned
.in Harvard .University; They are still
comptilory,but as they are not held until
8:45 o'clock they. involve no great hardr
ship. In order to- ascertain how far this
represented the sentiments,, or at any
rat' the iraining, of the parents, they
were ask6d' by drcnlar whether they
held daily morning prayers irutheir own'
households. Less than thirty in 100
n "T .7'"'
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To the Editor of the Brooklyn Eagle:
A late United States Consul at one of
the: Englieli inlahdports; WnbJis iiow a
private resident of New York, relates the
following interesting atory. He objeots,
fpr pnyatereaapns. having his name
published, but dutKorxzes the writer to
substantiate his statement, and, if necessary,
to refers to him. in his nrivata
his large face, high cheek bones,' heavy j fore. r had no words to ansjvljr him, and
eye-lashes capping his large rolling j stood silently -Beside him Etching the
. I theship.' While7
a i,;D i;r,A :
and his leonine
eyes, rage were terrific. ingnfy thoughts reverted to a child-a tjen
His large head was covered with bushy year old bojf of a neighbor of mine residing
hair, not-always the most tidily ar. near my consulate residence, who had been
' J . I cured of a stubborn case of rheumatism
ranged. His stentorian voice and blunt t by the; use'of St; Jacobs 'Qilaricl d
of speaking gave him the air of a . beredhatthVste w$ . ojheiip hadjold
, . me the day before that
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dictatonal, dommeemig character. In 8elf;of aerjr seVefe.lttscfco2,3Jie,;gout Tin
his old age he continjied to work like a New York, just before his last voyage, by
a rra , nt r. i . i the use of the same remedy I at once
Titan. At 76 of he
years age kept on bJ0W
left ray young friend and ent (to
revising his works and writing new ones; find the,steward. I not only found him
and on his death-bed, when he could no. S d?5' b'htfdvenfo tTiafhe had a
. . , .' . . , . , . , , tie of the Oil in his locker, which he had
longer speak aloud, he dictated in faint carried across the ocean in case of another
whispers to his amanuensis. The death
of his wife, four years before his own -I
so affected him that thereafter he was
never known to go to any place of
amusement or festivity. In life's even -
'ITIfy'llA HTlATli. TOarfl fn
l i i Lir . ., I
rmirvaw - n r rm n n n r r r v& . . A .
up until I should see him again. That .,
'evening! returned to 'his stateroom -arid ; 'iiarry.
wuxix ui sua me, xuirty xears m tne ing gently I roused him and inquirdd
United- States Senate." When it was -how he ielt. 'Like a-
jt j.i 1 -, A i ' '8weredwith"s grateful smilev. 'I feel" no
hereby present his statement in, almost
li' Vt?"!i -?- vjo -T
U. JU. JTABMER,
1690 Third Avenue, New York
" On my last voyage home
some three yeaWaso, intone dfheuhard
steamers, X noticed one morning, after a
few days out of port, a young man
about .on the upper deck, sunodrtcd
.by crtttchW arid? sdetuing to with
extreme dimculty and no little pam. ' J3e
was well dressed and of exceedingly hand-'
some .countenance, but were
.somewhat? eHaciated anllii&iacetvexy sallow
and bore the traces of long suffering. !
As he seemed to have no attendant or companion,
heatonceattractedmy sympathies', .
anjd Ij'ent up to him'kslhe leaped; against
the taffrail -looking out ; on trie fbanline
atrack whichithe steadier Was ihakihgl
Jbxcuse me, my young friend, 1 said,
touching him gently on the shoulder, ' you
appear to. be an invalid and hardly able or
"strong enpugh to .trut2Tburself "unattended
on an oceari'voyagebUtlf yodTeahfre any ,
assistance I am a robust and healthy man
and shall be glad to help you.'
".'Yon. iire; veVy kind he replied, in a
wdak voicef but' I required present aid
beyond my crutches, which enable me. to
irom my state-room up here to get the
enefit of the 'sunshine and the sea breeze.'
v i on nave - Deen "a greats: strnerer, no .
doubt, I said, 'and I judge that you have
been afflicted with that most troublesdme
disease rheumatism, whose prevalence
and intensity seem to be on an alarming
increaseJjoth in"J3ngland ajrd America.' .
H'Youlare right,' hatwereflIhave
been its:yftimiiofema;re1itminlyear, dnd
a"fter; famns&tofina MUErdL?medi;pal
skill "have lately tried the "Springs of Carlsbad
and Vichy. But they have done bie:
no good, and ,am now on my return home
content if to me to reach iny: ;
mother's presence. She is a widow anil I -.
am her only child.'
lliere was a pathos in tnis speech Which
jf8" me VT0llm BQ
attack. He readily parted with, it on my
representation, and hurrying upagam, I
soon persuaded the young man to allow me
to take him to his berth, and' apply the
remedy. , After doing so, I CQyered him u
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found him sleeping peacefully'and breath-
and am aG to 8trefrfl mv limK
out dimculty Iihinlcril get up.' 'o, donft
get up to-night,'-1 said-, ibutltme -rub' you
again with the Gil, and in the morning you
will,be able to go above.' 'All right,' he, saicl,
juu&ujug. l uueitapuueuxueuu again
his knees, ankles, and arms thoroughly,
until he said he felt asi if ",he had
a mustard poultice all over,his bb,4y 'Ittljetf j
leit him. The next I went
upon deck for a breezy promenade, according
to my custom, I found my patient,
raiting for me with a smiling facg, dtipi
without his crutches, although he limped in
his movements, but without pain. I ddnft
think I ever felt so happy in my life. To
make along story short, I attended hiip
closely duringthe rest of-the
and guarding him against too much expos
ure to the iresh and damp breezes, and oh
landing at New York, he was able, without
assistance, to mount the h.otel omnibus
and go to the AstrHouse, I called on him
rumruiig wesnor ais uome, that evening.
With a bright and! grateful smile, he welcomed
me. and nointinertoalittlfibrnr cjit.
fully done up in thick brown paper, which
stood upon the table, he said: "My good
friend,can you guess whatthat is ?' A
for your sweetheart,' I answered. 'Wo-he
laughed Hhat is a dozen bottles Of St:
Jacobs Oil, Which I have just purchased
from Hudnut, the druggist aoross the way,
and I am taking them home to show my
good mother what has saved her son's life
and restored him to her .in health. And
with it I would like to carry you along alsoj
to show her the face of him, without whom!
I should probably never have fried it. If
you should ever visit the little village o
Sedalia, In Missouri, Charlie Tdwnsend a'ncj
his mother will welcome you to their little
home, with hearts fiill of gratitude, arid
they will show you .a bottle of St Jacobs
Oil enshrined in a silver and gold casket,
which we shall keep as a parlor
ment as well as a memento of our meeting
on the Uunard. steamer.. ..... i
tfd, . af$efc, ajj.hopr' jpteasuntj
vveeks .received let-
Jv v, v afterwards a
te'frdib,Mii!ainx4i"h"e was in.nerf ect
healtfif and l iHttiiy geTuV expressions
of his affectionate regards."
J3entob qfEhode Island
lives, when in Providence, in a wooden
house, externally of the plainest and
most ordinary appearance. The interior,
lioweve'f i is. filled with rare
and a ' Once a year' the
Senator makes a pilgrimage to his ancestral
village of Anthony, and delivers
a lecture to the villager.
No patent required to catch the
rheumatism.. A coldland ihattentionl to
it, and you have it the rheumatism.
We cure onus with 3t;;
Inter-Ocean, . .
The public' sbhoola'Jiihiliie Southern
States are constantly improving, t and
the attendance both of white and colored J
children is growing larger. In nearly
all the cities and large towns as good
schools are provided for . colored pupils
as for the whites. The maintenance of
the separate system naturally increases
One of the drawbacks of married life is sick
tipro of tha little ones. 2?or a Cold or Oouab
youconnot find a better remedy tbanUr.Bull'a
Cough Syrup. Nearly all physicians prescnoe
it and no family should ba without it.
Thk English are using up their 'stock
of available doal as fast'ancl w reckleaslj
as we are our forest supply of lumber.
jOne will b consumed and destroyed
about as quicklyas the other. Says the
London jSpectaior: 'The prodigious
rate, ax? whioh we are using tip our coal
must again-force 'itself. joti public -attend
tion at . no distant daVi Accordinc fm
if ii 4i' u4'k.S '''''''W1 ' p
ifWmmiimen the ex,-
ilT&PARtyPV i. RoaJj &M ifinajJyepealed,,
tne amounii)o,;iQ4snHcoeil exerted
never reached 1,0Q0,000 tons ;rrbut since
:theik, ndi'.aboVje all, since1 thspread of
Tian'dedat an enormous rate ". , rPha
'et'was1 otiji fab'tons in
the five years 1841-'45; it had risen ia i
, 2Q,329,f5. tons. iuJ8ffiL4,.aiid inithe
pdrjpd itwas.82,$80t02T tons.
Low; prices and 'greater 'commercial ao
. tivity. abroad1 appear1 to ihs'ure'a
E .nance, of : Jsomethhlglikb this raterdf , in
crease, in spite of the rapid way hfwhioh
foreign .nations arp, making inroads upon '
their pwn stores. What then is to be
ine ena oi z an ? iJivery yar we, 'draw
nearer a day when home supplies
if not scarce at least .more
to extract from the mines, and it i
quite time that we should be tak$n .1
serious thought of economizing. Xere
us nu to uiiecjL exports
taon of any oier means. What we re-. J
quire is more1 rapid progress in rthe art
of making a little fuel do a great deal of
work, and the best spur to induce mover
ment m. ; ihat; .direction would prdbablv
. be a renewed periodbfdear'coal caused by
oChdexeesfl of Iforeirii ahddbirieistic con-
. Mr.; GnApypNE, gave! a dinner to ; his :
tenants the other day, and, was greatly,
amused by an "uninvited guest .who
quietly entered, and iook a seat at rthe
'head of the able close..' to. 'the host ;
someof those'present takingr him for a
tenant, others for a clerk. . JDuring din.
ner the stranger drank plenty, pft wine,
handed a letter to Mr. Gladstone, and '
cheered him to the echo. When the
dinner was overj asMri Gladstone went
into the street,1 $his individual tugged
at his coatrtail to .impede his progress,
nd was arrested. -The letter began,
My Dear Satan," and was to, the
feet that the writer having just come
up from hell, offered Mr, Gladstone1
his services. T V.O. r,AAnA t
" -" , you-
require brimstone,1 I can give ih
The' letter was 'sighed "Old
The1 mail refused fo give his
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Ooii. Ej:C. ."BpuDiwr, ih Cherokee
Indian,; living :in .DaUas, Pesias, is described
by a gushing woman as a highly-educated,
polished, affable, - genial and
fascinating gentlemahr. :When sho met
him he was dressed in black broadcloth."
with faultless linen, front, irom which
Sparkled a briUiant emerald Somewhat
advancejd inyearjfjcleanlyshayeb, with
black hair slightly -tinged ; with gray,
worn in profusion aiid as!long as a wom
an'?, with brpad, open countenance: ! he
; lpoke,dleyeryjirichtlikLBen as
,bwJi.to;us:by.ihepaihte;r., '. . '
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MabyiiANd and; West . Virginia ha-
in unsettled dispute of long standing,
involving the right to ; 500,000 acres of
fertile lancb, j Charles JX jmade a; grant
in 1669 of a large, tract, " bounded, on
jfiie north by th. Potomac.1" There are
two branches of the river,, and the northern
.one was taken as the line, which
became. theboundary of the States ; but
Marylandhas never given up her claim,
and a. new attempt is now being made t
jget the territory. ' ' '
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Stdnbt SsuTH'being ill, ihia physician advised
him to 4tuke a walk upon an empty storuaoK''
"Upoh Tvh6sefc aaked'Sydiiey. Still. better
stfps jto take would ba thei purchase ht Dr. E.
Y Pierce's 'Gpden Medical .Discovery" and
"Pleasant Purgative Pellejt's, yrbiob are
Ally valuable'-to those whoWe1 obliged to load
sedentary lives, or are afflicted with .any chronic
disease of the stomach or bowels. By druggists.
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THEOiibaiOAii cranks are not tolerated
in Canadian courts. The volunteered
. ttunony Itiwa&ireiecS in, !
girl, who insisted upon obeying literally I
tescripfural injunction, tb, swear lhot
at aij," was prpmptly committed to jail.
Cared a 20 Ytnr'i Inralld'.
No. 422 Eutaw Street, Baltimore, Maryland.
Br. ;B. Y.Piebcb, Buffalo. Y. JJear. Sir
My. wife was .a, hopeless invalid for pearly
twenty years. Xbur "Favorite Prescription"
baa cured her. Gratefully, R. T. McGAY.
It is painful to note the fact that
Chief Justice Waite recently walked blf
with the. overshoes', pf Justice Stanley
Matthews but.he was overtaken in the
streetcars andatthes recovered his
or those with weak lungs, .spitting of blood,
bronchitis or kindred affections "6f throat or
lungs, jjcjd JtwoJamisifor.I)r..,.Bi Yi Pierce's
treaties' bn these maladies. Address the: doo:
Y. M ! ..."
A modest man ux .Delaware wrote te
Postmaster General. Jldwe askihg appointments
in the postal service for himself
., and his two sons. Hid modesty is
discovered in the fact that he asked
nothing for the old woman and the girls.
A WnderfeV JBSfeeft."
Adbian, Mich., June SO, 1881.
H. H. Wasnek & Co. :- Sirs Your Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure has had the most wonderful
effect upon my wife who has been troubled
for three or four years with a kidney and
liver difficulty. P. A. Pbbqubon.
TCT?o being informed by a Hf&w York
tribune reporter of the .passage )yboth
houses, of Congress of the bill for her
benefit, the widow of the late Abraham
liincoln expressed herself as very grateful
to the Senators who presented her
lease in Oongress, and said that now she
r&hpuM, have, an, operaoh. performed oh'
has not felt able, to incur the expensb atr
Fiji; :jUi.'' : '4 ,iu ' '- jxFnrr i,
tending this. In response to the ao-
'coim'bf; her jcon'dition recently pub-
chaok for j 260from'a5 JKe'w York
iohant,(wh6.does.nofc. wishnis nahie'to be1
ma,de :pulbic,.ipaJjfQrr,anylextr U,
the check was a ietter, in which theiver
referred to his gift as sent in the spirit
JiJUcUi 7U i i
A nriiTi is now before' (Congress which
fives every Ih(dian a quarter-section of
laridi This is well'1 enbueh ihits'wav.
but sbme arrangement should 'be mde
whereby one or two white families Will
Replaced on eajpl section so! that when
the Indian desires some, rational amuse-'
menthe will not be pjbliged to travel,
four or five miles in order to find spme
one to scalp. We -have taken from the
red man his beautiful land1, andtheleast
we can do is to give'Iiim ah' immigrant
to toy with now and then) ?..i '-
' Sir "Udwabd Thqbnton is practicing'
iihSt. Petersburg some of the pleasant,
arts he learned in Washington. He
gaye a brilliant reoeptipn a ahprt time
ago, at which his distrnguished guests
were' xnhch delighted by the peculiar
iced drinks served' to tlm! SCtig
blocks1 of Neva' ice ;were placed on the
buffet, extending. alon one side of the
dining-room, and champagne and claret
were. ladled from h;cehter.pf them.i
L -A letter William
btvate wntfen. by
O. Tuggle, of Lagrange Gk.,' now jin
Washington, toT a friend in Lagrange,
says i that an Vxaniihatioh of Senator
Ben Hiirs tongue, recently made, develops
the feet that it will have to , be
operated upon again with surgical instruments.
The pppular impression' in
that Mr. Hill will not' recover
from the effects o the r cancer pn hw
tonfena; ' ;, , .
A young man who advertised apf8fit
of $8,000 on a capital of $50q.raplied to
an applicant that he had obtaind possession
of $38,000 worth of bonds which
had been stolen from a San Francisco
bank. He wanted $500 to' go to that
the bontiV which were concealed
there, return, and pay over one-,
fourth, of them to thd man whp loaned
the $500., Up te .date ho pne -wanted
him to go to San Francisco $500 worth.
Ii! the .bowels are duggisb. and the liver torpid
If we would have powerful minds we
must think; if we would bate faithful
Jbearts we must love: ii we would ihave
powerful muscles, we mustlabor; Those
include nearly all that is of much value
iri this 'life.
On TMrty Pa jtr Trial.
The Yoltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., vnl
send their Electro-Voltaic .Belts and bther
Electho i A' pphances on trial for thirty, das to
trnv rson! kfflicted with Nervous I)ebility,i
Lost vitality, and kindred troubles, guarantee-!
ing complete restoration of vigor and mannood.
Address as abote without delay. ,
risk :is incurred, as thirty- days'
trial is allowed. -, .
Pubs cod-liver oil. from selected : liver; ob.
.the sea shore, by Caswell, Hazard & Co.,;N. Y.
.Absolutely pure and sweet JPatieniB who have
once taken it prefer it to all others. Physicians
declare it superior to all other oils.
The thing desired found at last. AbIc druggists
for Bough on Bats. It clears out tats,
mice, ""roaches, flies, bedbugs. 15c. boxes.
Chappeu hands, face, pimples and. ronh skin
cured by using Juniper TarSoap, made: by Caswell,
Hazard & Ca, New York.
HEXBrS CABBOLIC SAJLVi
la th BEST SALVE for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers,
Bait Rheum, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,; Corns,
"sad all kinds ofSltin Eruptions, Freckle's an'd Pimules.
Xet rllENaT'6 kjARBOUC SALVE, as all- otliere' re
C9uuterfeiis, Jric!25nts. , .. . '
1R. GREEN'S OXiTfiBN AXBI i -BITTER
Is the .best remedy for Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Malaria,
Indigestion and.Dieaser ef the Bldqd.JUdnevtf . LiVer,
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r jru .-, v,i' .la-:'S uid'l. .
55ts mgbraheatald lhi&i,lMl lHfl
DR. MOTT'S Ltfi $$dji&9 'fee et IgaWltcP
OF .HEALTH HTS
ATiU AKA4IX itJKi;iiJ&.
WbrtH J3S. Cost 0Soi
By the author of
"tuujr Hoia. Tjux" Mie "knacifc
1f)Q PAGES of Advice about Dally
LAO Habits, and Kecipea for Cure of
Common Ailments; a valuable Book ol
WLwaWTj Kef erence for ever f amHy". (Only 25 eta
1 Tha Hand-book contains chanters on Hr-
k,s KmR? dene for all seasons, :Comraon Hense oa
Common Ills, Hygienic Curative Measures,
Knacks, worth Snowing-, Hints on uatmnfc
on Nurdnc the Side on Kmereencles, to-
H9V cether with some of the Private Formula'
of Dr. Foots; and . other nbvsidi of high:
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XevaBajorprepanneTooa xot and'
Murray Hill Book Publishing Co.,
ia East 23nr Stsctt. tfw Yosx CrOr
Nothing; and nobody escapes taxation
in Turkey. The Government takes one-tenth
of all crops, beside which there is
a iax of three-fifths of 1 per cent, on the
land. On every sheep and goat there
is an annual tax of 12 cents, and when a
horse 4oow i pr other domestic animal is
sold, per cent, bf thepfcice goeato the..
Goyernnient., , Thenthere is.a hbuse tax:
anounting tp two-fifths of 1 per cent.
on tne vaiue oi nouses worth imder $S00,
and four-fifths of 1 per cerii on . houseF
valued above that sum.
IJakteIi WiBSTEk,a "iiatred of sham
wiajs sho m her oiice went to Springs
field, Mass., to speak lh'tiie Height of i,
total, abstinence movement, ,and, being
invitedrt6 take a " a glass of "water ' before
going on the platform, paused. ater
the first swallow, and, looking tne 'committeeman
sqnarely in the face, sai'd :
'.' It?s good stuff! ' Where can I get a .
barrel of it?" j. . ;
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The Irish are a very elastic .people.
A'year or so ao in this' country we were
sehding them money and means to save
.them from starvation. Thev are now
returning the compliment by sending us
of excellent: Irish potatoes, for
which we are willing to . pay a round
price. But fancy little .Ireland supplying
our continent with our native edible.
Tbb recent French census shows the
following results in cities: Iiyons, 332,-894;
Nantes, 121,965; Bouen, 101,721;
Havr, 103,063; Doual, 73,900; Alger,
64,714; Grenoble, 50,967 ; Bordeau
221,520.; Node of these returns exhibit
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They have found a King who reigned
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Abraham. He's dead.
IRS. LYDU L PUK8AM, OF LYM, MASS.,
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LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
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