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A Great Mistake.
_ A recent discovery ta that hood ache,
?hxlnuss, dullness, confusion of the mind,
*Jtc, are due to dorangomcut of the nervo
?Miters which supply tho brain with nervo
force | that Indigestion, dyspepsia, nuuralgla,
Wind in stomach, etc., arise from the derange
Bent of tho nerve con tors supply I rig thoso or
f a us with nervo fluid or forco. This Is likewise
true of many diseases of tho huurtnnd hums.
Tlio norvo system Is like a telegraph system,
As Will bo seen by tho accompuuylug
out. The little
whlto lines are
tho nerves which
Oonvey the nervo
foreu from t Ii e
BOrvu centers to
?very part of tho
body, just a? the
?Icct rfocurrent is
t h i) telegraph
wires to e v o r y
station, large or
physicians fall to
regard this fact;
Instead of treat?
ing iho nervecen?
to; . for Ihocuuse
Of the disorders
toey trout, tho
K. I)., LI* IS., tho
? pOClal1st ami
student of nervous diseases, and author
Of many noted treatises on tho latter subject,
Jon? since realized tho truth of the llrst
tatoment, and his Restorative Nervine
s prepared on that principle. Its success
n curing all diseases arising from derange?
ment of the nervous system Is wonder?
ful, as the thousands of unsolicited tostlmo
nl :- in possession of tho company manufac?
turing tlio reinedv amply provo.
l>r. Miles' Restorative Nervine Is a reliable
remedy for nil nervous diseases, BUeh as
beadte'ho, nervous debility, prostration,
fleuplessness, dizziness hysteria, sexual do
blliiy. St. Vitus dance, epilepsy, etc. It Is
sold hy nil druggists on a positive guarantee,
or sent direct liv the Or. miles Medical Co.,
Elkliart. Ind., on receipt of prlco, $1 per bot?
tle, six bottles for $T>, express prepaid.
Restorative Nervine positively contains no
Opiates or dangerous drugs.
Sold by all Druggists.
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SHE'LL MARRY ME.
Ah, Itfo looks very bright to tu?
Since I have hciiril her say.
With eweot becoming modesty,
Suoll marry me soino day.
If I will ((Ivo up smoking;
If I will go to church;
If I cut tho club and loavo
My best friends in tho lurotu
If I will nevor stay out late.
But hasten home At 0;
If I will let her have her wer?
?ho's promised to be mine!
If I will move to Kensington
And never tench a card;
If I will bucklo down to work
And labor long and hard
To buy her etyllsh bonnets
And gowns and lota of glows),
Thon I may bo that happy maa,
The lucky man ehe lovee.
If I'll be always pleasant
And novor, never scold.
And never rnako her nuree me
And not grow oroee and old,
And always stay good looking?
Sho can't stand ugly men-?
If I come up to her ideal.
Why, wo'U be married then!
That's why I am bo happy
And why I of ton seem
Unconscious and abstracted?
I'm living in a droaml
She is bo sweet and pretty.
And so unselfish tool
I wonder how I won her love?
I can't believe it's trued
?London ?poKicup Pari.
Z had boou telegraphic operator at
"B station" Romo six or eight montna
and hud hold oommnnioation of a pure?
ly business oharootor only with the
operator at "D" when thoro canto a
ohangc. Death silently removod tho old
man who hud boon in charge there for
so long, and n new operator was in?
A mossugo spun along the lino one
February morning in this wiso< "Good
morning, B. " I reepondoeV
"Good morning, D." Thou oamo thei
information, "Tho old man died last
night, und I havo tukou his place."
"What is your name?" I asked.
"Nellie Morton. What is yours?" A
spirit of doviltry prompted my reply:
"Thank you,"was the concise re?
sponse. Then a message in real earnest
Oamo along the linos, and wo were
obliged to attend to business. Everyday J
I bade my unseen acquaintance "Good J
morning" and never closed up at night J
without n farewell message, A twinge
of oonscieuco rockod mo at times, und n
"still, small voice" whispered its warn- j
ing, but the temptation was too great,
and it was not long beforo I was send?
ing sly messages, containing a good deal
"atwoou tlio linos," to the unseen Nel?
lie. Tho replies to these messages were
guarded, but hopeful, und I grow bold?
er. It was no ond of fun.
Sho told mo her history. Sho had ruu
away from homo because her parents
insisted upon marrying her to a man
sho detested (und the lust word came
clicking vioiously from my end of the
lino). Sho would never marry him?
never. I advised her not to und hinted
at on affection deeper and truer thou
any tho presuming "detested follow"
Woll, tho outcome of it waa that 1
asked tho nnsocn Nellio to bo my wife
und oveu described tho littlo homo that
was lonosomoly awaiting hor coming. I
was floundering in deep water mid could
but trust to a kind Providence to pull
mo out My "fun" was becoming doad
earnest How I wished the wires stretch?
ing between us wore telephonic, instead
of telegraphic, that I could perchance
hour some exclamation or gain some
token of how my message was received.
But this was not to l>e, and I had to
possess my soul in patience. That vir?
tue was almost exhausted whon the
woll known cull fell upon my oars. I
flow to tho instrument It was concise
and not very complimentary, "Rather
than marry that brute I will risk it"
I was in for it now and must perforce
flounder still deeper by Bonding raptur?
ous messages ovor the wires. I, Delia
Brown, wus engaged to be married to a
young lady I had never seen. This was
forcing tho question of woman's rights.
I carried tho "fun" on for over three
months, und every day it grew deoidsd
ly loss "funny," until I begun to brood
over tho predicament into whiob I had
giddily led my f<<et Tlio timo way rup
idly approaching when I would havo to
claim the bride I hud won in this novel
and rotnantio manner, and my blood
run oold at tho thought of liow easy it
would bo far her to lourn of my perfidy,
and from ull I had seen of he* temper 1
felt sure sho would not deal lightly with
any ono who would dare to play tricks
At lust I ooukl hour it no taugox, and
one day, Just tliroo ?weeks before I was
to travel to "D" und claim my bride, I
boarded the train with altogether un
othor motive. It was to "kiss and make
up" after I had begged hor with tears
to forgive me, etc
I found a little hou?\ with a little
sign in blue and white swinging in tho
breoBO, similar to tho littlo house and
tho Mttlo sign at "B " It was oooupicd
at the time by a young man muling a
paper. I looked at him without speak?
ing, and ho returned tho compliment in
"I wish to see Mies Nellie Morton,"
I said, and as h* did not spook I wont
op to explain. "lam the operator at
*B' ana nave an important message,
which must 1)0 delivered to her at once.
A moment's delay moons"? I paused
for a word, and ho spoko for tho first
"So you iure the operator at 'B' and
desire to see Miss Morton! I am sorry
to disappoint you; but yon boo, Miss
Mertou is at homo ut tlio present tluu
whilo I toko her plaoti Tho fact i
sho is going to bo married and is
preparing for the great event Sli
cannot bo soon personally, but if yon
will intrust the message to mo I will
delrWr it immediately if yon will bo
kind enough to take my place while I
run around to her house.''
His coolness nearly distracted me.
"I must see her!" I oxolainiod excit?
"But you cannot," ho said coolly.
"I have strict orders not to lot any one
know hor -whereabouts for a day or two
until thoso oxtonsivo preparations are
woll under way."
I was on the verge of tears, and with
a choko in my voice I cried out, sinking
Into a chair and holding up my hands
"Don't say another word. You wiU
set nio wUd. H you will not toll mo
where to And Nellie," I wont on in des?
peration, "will you please tell hor this
?I have been a bad, wicked girl, and?
and?and?there is no such person as
Ned Chvyborn? It started in fun, and?
and?and?pleaso lot mo go to her. She
will understand mo so much better than
you can explain it."
"No such person as Ned Clay born!
My doar yonng lady, I must bog leave
to differ with you. That is tho name of
tlio young man who in three short weeks
is to marry Miss Morton. Surely ho is
not dead?" he nddod in consternation.
"Oh, will y-ou not understand? It
was all a joke at first. I thought it
would bo great fun, and bo I?woll, 1
Bfa Nod Clay born, and after a time we
bocamo engaged?all in fun, too. " Here
I laughed hysterically. "I tried to stop,
but I was so wicked I could not, and
now poor Nollio will broak hex heart,
and?and?and"? And I broko down
and began to cry in a misorablo way.
Unliko most men, my companion was
not in tho least disooncortcd at sight of
my tears, but simply laughed, loud and
Presently tho laughter ceased. Then
I hoard uneasy movements in tho chaii
occupied by my companion. Then bo got
np and paced about restlessly. Pretty
soon n light touch fell upon my arm,
and his voice, very gentle and kind,
said, "Ncllio is hero to roceivo youi
OOnfossion and forgiveness." I dried my
oyes and looked up, but saw no one but
tho tall young man, who was looking
at mo very earnestly.
"Where is she?" I asked, ready to
"Here," ho said, holding out hie
hand. Instinctively I put mine into it,
and it closed over it firmly.
"I also have a confession to make,"
ho said earnestly. "I thought you were
another young follow like myself, and
wishing to relievo the tedium of those
long monotonous days struck up a flir?
tation. I intended someday to meet the
young man and have it out with him,
when you came with your strange con
fession. In short," ho ended abruptly,
"I am Ncllio Morton. And you uro Nod
Clay born? Conic, dry your eyes, Ned.
Your Nellie is not heartbroken at th<
turn about of affairs."
After staring at him in silent iiinaxo
meut for tho space of livo seconds the
truth of the whole matter l>egnu t-c
dawn upon my confused brain. My face
grow hot with indignation. 1 snntch?<d
my hand from his and sprang to my
"You nro a contemptible follow!" J
cried. He did not reply, but stood look?
ing down at mo from his superior height.
"It was a hundred times mcnuor in
you bocauBO your objoot was a woman.
I wiU nevex forgive you if I livo to bo u
"Isn't that rather paradoxical, con?
sidering tho fact that you thought I was
a womiui und you wero enacting the
role of tho sterner sex?" he asked.
"You might havo known," I an?
"But I did not, " lio replied.
"Here is my train, " I said shortly.
"Goodby," ho replied, assisting me
on to the train despite my independence
and lifting his hat as it pulled out.
I traveled back to "B" a sadder but
"You are a fool," said I to my rofleo
tion in tho littlo mirror as I removed
A year rolled by. I had entirely re
covered from my chagrin, and buried
in tho darkest chamber of my memory
was every thought of tho tall young
operator at "D station."
Ono morning I was arranging and
copying some night messages when n
long shadow fell across my papers. A
glance upward told who it was. Tin
door of that secret and darkened cham?
ber of my memory flew open, and 1
knew that tho tall young man at "D
station" was not as yet quite consigned
to oblivion. Standing with hat in hand
and without any preface of any kind he
"Over a year ago you asked mu to
inurry yon, and I oonseuted. I have
ooine to ask: Will you come? Or shall
I enter suit for broach of promise?"
What could I do? And, after all, per
baps he would not have mado mo a bet?
ter husband hod I met ldiu in the old
conventional way mid waited for him
to propose to me.?Ella Torre in Short
A writer in Machinery points out the
foot; as ascertained by examination, that
but very few steonx gauges are correct
throughout the whole range of tho scale
and remarks that in testing a gauge it
is desirable to mako the pressure at
whioh steam is usually carried the most
important point to bo determined, A
gauge may bo correct at low pressure
and not so at higher pressures, and the
reverse may also bo found, especially
with gauges that havo been in use huh.'
time. By many it is not considered ud
visablo to nse a gauge for recording pros
erures as high as tlmt shown on the dial,
as few springs will stand such an ex?
tension without becoming permanently
set, to a certain extent, this In-ing es
pooially the ease with the cheap* r
ganges. It is, according to this writer,
not a difficult matter to devise means
for comparing with a test gauge any
kind of force pump serving the purpose,
or tho boiUr feed pump may bo util?
ised Again, gauges can bo tested by fit
ting them to a piece of load pipe, a
gauge at either end, the pip- being bent
to bring Uki gauges vertically.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.'
Mew York Stock Merket.
New York, Aug. 23.?The early trad?
ing at the steck exohange was character?
ized by fovonshness and the course of
prices was very irregular. A drive was
made at tho start against the Orangen
and Sugar and the bears woro more in
evidence than for days past. They so -
compliehed little, however, andafsor the
expiration of the first hour of business
they wero compelled to act on the de?
fensive. Their sales in tho early trad?
ing brought about a decline of H<SH
percent. Missouri Pacific leading the
downward movement, but thedoullning
tendency wob soon checked and noar11
o'clock speculation became steadier.
In tho afternoon the Impression
gained ground that the President would
sign tho Uorman bill, and operators
showed a disposition to branch out once
more. Distillers led at this time, ono of
tho firm taking fi.ooo shares up to 21.
Ah the concern has been identified with
the negotiations looking to the placing
of tho S5,000,000 loan said to be needed
by the company to got its product out of
bond the transaction attracted atten?
tion. So far as the loan is concerned
tho street is as much mixed as ever.
Operators can bo found who declaro that
it has beon placed, whilo others are
equally certain that the company has
not and can)not got the money hero. In
the meantime ponding a statement from
oftlcials tho manipulator* of the stock
are milking iho street at a great rate.
Sugar was forced down half a point to
112% at tho opening but soon recovered
and on good buying advanced to 114%.
In the last hour It suddenly sold off to
113% and later returned and closed at
113%. Railway issues conspicuous in
the afternoon rise were the Grangers,
Louisville and Nashville, Lake Shore,
Missouri Pacific, Northern Pacific, pre
ferred, New England, Wheeling and
Lake Erie, preferred. The Improve?
ment in tbeso rangod from % to 2
points American cotton oil figured
more prominontly in tho dealings, the
common moving up to 2 '4 to 34, and the
preferred 1% to 77. Rubber preferred
jumped 4 to 95
Tho afternoon rise was materially as?
sisted by the efforts of tho bears to
cover shorts put out oarly in the day.
Tho market closed firm, the sudden re?
action of 1% por cont. in sugar, having
had no influence. Tho recant sharp
rise in silver was considered a bull ar?
gument in somo quarter, Business was
less active. Net chances show gains of
percent. Distillers loading. Tho
bond market was very irregular. Sales
of listed stocks aggregated 144,000
shares; unlisted, 30,CO.). Treasury
balances, oin, 575,092; currency, 850,
Mjnoy on call easy at 1 per cent ; last
loan at one and closing offered at 1 per
cont. Prime mercantile paper, 4@4^'
per cont. Par silver, 05%. Mexican
dollars, 52. Sterling oxchango is firm
with actual business In bankers' bills at
4 80% for sixty days and 48G%@4S7%
fordomand; posted rates, 4SC%((?487%.
Commercial bills, 484 ;@4s5 ^. Gov?
ernment bonds tirfu. State bonds dull.
Railroad bonds irregular. Silver at tho
board was 06 bid and 60% asked. Nor?
folk and Western closed at 24)4".
f reduce mui Merchandise.
Nkw Yokk, August 22.?Flour dull,
tasy, freely offered; winter wheat,
low grades. 1 firstname.lastname@example.org; fair to
fancy, email@example.com; patents, 2.75@3 20;
Minnesota clear, firstname.lastname@example.org; patents,
3.40@3.U0; low extras, 2.85@2 35; South?
ern flour dull, easy; common to fair
extra, 8.10@3.OO; good to choice extra,
3.00@3 50. Wheat dull, Ji@l cont
lower, closing steady; No. 2 rod,
store and elevator. 58; afloat, 58%; op?
tions declined %<&% cents, rallied %@
%, fell %, closed weak at over
yesterday; trading fairly activo and
chiefly switching; No. 2 red closing
August, 58; September, 58??; Drcam?
ber, 62; May, 6%6
Lard quiet, steady; Western steam
closed at 8; city at 7^; Soptcmbor
closed, 8.00; refined steady; contlnont,
8 30?8 GO; compound, 6}? @ 0 3t,. Pork
quiot, steady; moss, email@example.com; oxtra,
firstname.lastname@example.org. Putter quiot, ilrm; State
dairy, 14@22%; creamery, 18(<d24%;
Western dairy, 13%@1G; creamery, 15(<?
24%; Bigin?, 34%. Cotton-socd oil quiot,
steady; crude, 29; yollow, 33. Petroleum
steady, quiet Rosin dull, stoady;
strained, common to good, email@example.com>.
Turpentine dull, steady, 29%@30. Rice
active, firm; domestic, fair to extra,
3??'@5%; Japan, 4%@5.
Corn dull, easier; No. 2, 01; elevator;
61(ft61 % afloat; options advanced
% cont. declined closed weak at
% and % under yesterday, with trading
dull; August, 61; September, 00; De?
cember, 57%; May, 56%. Oats activo.
firmer; options dull; August, 33%; Sep?
tember, 34October, 35%; No. 2,
white, September, 37%; spot No. 2,
33X; No. 2, white, :i7%. Mixod west?
ern, 34@35. White, do, 3?@37 liay
dull, weak; shipping 50. gocd to choice,
80@90. Wool quiot, stoady; domestic
fleece, 18@22; pulled, 15@34; Texas,
10@14. Beef Steady, dull; family, 10@
12; extra mess, 800@S50. Beef hams
quiot, firm, 23. Tiorced bee! quiot,
steady; city oxtra India mess, 15@17;
cut meats firm; quiet; pickled hollies,
12; pickled shouldors, 6% ($6%; pickled
hams, 11%(<M1%; middles nominal.
Molasses, foreign nominal; Now Or?
leans, open kettle, good to choice, 27
@37; dull, steady. Peanuts stoady,
quiet. Coffee options steady, 5(<$10 points
up; August, 14.70@14 75; October,
13.SO; December, 12 50(tt 12.55; March,
12.20@ 12.25; spot Rio dull,stoady; No.7,
16 Sugar, raw firm, quiet; refining
fairly active, firm; off A, 4%@4 7-16;
standard A, 4 H-16<a4%; cut loaf, 5%@
5 7 16; powdered, 4 13 1G@5; granulated,
4 9 16@4%. Freights to Liverpool dull,
depressed; cotton, 1-H pence; grain, 1
ponce asked. _
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told by her doctors sho
had consumption and that there was no
hopo for hor, but two bottles of Dr.
King's Now Discovery oomplotely cured
her, and sho says It savod her lifo. Mr.
Thomas Eggora, 130 Florida street, San
Francisco, Buffered from a dreadful
cold, approaching consumption; tried
without rosult everything else, then
bought one bottle of Dr. King's Now
Discovery and In two wooks was cured.
Ho Is naturally thankful. It is such
results, of which these aro samples,
that prove tho wonderful elllcicy of this
medlclno in coughs and colds. Free
trial bottles at Christian &. Barbeo's
drugstore. Regular size50 conts and SI.
A. golden, druggist, Birmingham,
Ala., writes: "Pleaso publish somo of
tho testimonials i have sont you for
Japanoso Pile Curo." Sold by Christian
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Miss Virginia Cole. Matron.
Miss Belle Lester, Dining Boom.
For Illustrated Catalogue address CHAS. L. COCKE, Supt., Ilolllns, Va.
Catalogues may also be found at Thompson Jt Meadows' bookstore.
ALLEGHANY INSTITUTE, Roanoke, Va.
A Thorough Wide-Awake Home-Like School for Boys.
Prepares for College or Business.
" You want for your boyt an education that take* in th* imperial sanction* of conscience, and
that *!rik(* lit ro<>ts down into the moral nature.''?Dr. Johnson.
Thorough Classical, English, Scientific and Commercial Courses of Instruction arranged
largely In accordance with the report of the Committee of Ten which Is composed of Presi?
dent Eltott, ol Harvard, and eminent educators from Yale, .lohn Hopkins and other leading
Institutions In the commercial course all notes, receipts and Invoices are made ne lu actual
easiness. Faculty from University Ol Virginia, Richmond College, Princeton and St. John's
College. Thoroughly equipped, steam heated building. Foot ball, baso hall aud tennis
grounds. If boys start with us, a thorough grounding In subjects pursued guaranteed:
Boarders limited. Send for catalogue to
72!Uiueud S. Sl'KlDEN HANDY, B A., l'rluclpal.
BELMONT :-: SEMINARY,
Bedford City, Virginia
Handsome new buildings, heated by steam, lighted with
electricity. Furniture, pianos, etc., comparatively new and of
excellent quality. Location unsurpassed for liealthfulness.
Beautiful shady grounds. A full corps of experienced
teachers. Prof. H. H. Haas, LI*. D., Musical Director.
Terms reasonable. For catalogue aud particulars apply to
JAMES R. GUY. Principal.
VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE,
i BXI NUTON, VA,
5Cth Year. State Military, Scientific and Tech
nieul School. Thorough Course! In general and
applied Cliemli>try ami in Engineering. Confers
decree of graduate In Academic Course: also de?
gree of B. i*. and c. K. In Technical Courses, All
expenses, Including clothing and incidentals,
provided at rate of $90.60 per month, as an aver?
age r?r the four years, exclusive of outfit. New
cadets report September l.
7 30 oo litt GEN. SCOTT SllIlM', Supt.
WILLIAM AND MARY.
NEXT SESSION ?KU INS OCT. 4, IStM.
T11K OLDEST ('OLhKliH
IN TUB SOl'Tll.
1'roviden a thorongh Normal
und Academic Training.
Historical Surround inn*.
forty mile* from Richmond on
the Chesapeake and Ohio K. It.
TEDMC Bxpenaea for students willing to
I LlllflO teach two years I" tho public schools
nyrin of Virginia (board,fuel, lights and
LllLMr, washing), $10 per month, other stu
dents, from f>ri to #1 I per month. Medical fee,
fit. Tuition fee, charged against student not
willing to take a pledge to teach, $17.60 per half
session. Send for Catalogue.
LYON O. TYLER,
7 91 to 10 1 VV President.
In I'oMlngo, wo will s, i.ci
A Kample Envelope, of olllicr
?} white, flesh or u n i n mi:
Von havo seen it advertised for many
years, but havo you ever tried It'.'-?If
not.?you <li> not know what uu l?t'i?
Complexion l'uuder 1-..
besides bolnu nn ncknotrloxlgod iwnutltler,
tins many refreshing uses, it prevents clinf.
Ing,eun-burn, <i tiKl-tati,lessens perspiration,
otc.i in fact it t*M most (lellealoonddesirable
protection to ibo fnco ilurlng rtotwoaUwr.
It i? Sold Everywhere.
For sample, address
J.A. POZZONI CO. St. Louis, Mo.
FRONT ROYAL, VA.
Iloalthtully situated among the mountains; pure
air an 1 water. Prepares Heys atid Young Men
for College or Uuslncs? Life, A selected corps of
teachers. Thorough mental tralulng. Physical
healthtulness. Moral and religious influence.
Full equipment. .Motterate charges. Session be?
gins Sept, Its ISO I, and continues for nino calen?
dar month*. Kofcr to Hew Wm. F. llamner.
Kev. It. W. HONU. Frlu.,
7 21 2tiLv. W it Front Royal, Va.
Mrs. Uen'l J. K. II. STUART, 1'rlnoipal.
The next session, of Nine Mouths, Opens Sept
18, lS'JI. Full corps of Teachers, every advantage
and terms reasonable. Apply (or Catalogues*
the Principal. 7 44 eo 6w
Virginia Agricultural and Me?
AT RLAOKSRURU, VA.
Twenty-two Instructors, thoroughly equipped
shops, laboratories and Infirmary. Farm of 338
acres; steam heating and electric lights In dormi?
tories. Degree courses in agriculture, horticul?
ture, civil, mechanical and electrical engineer
lug; applied chemistry and general science.
Shorter courses In practical agriculture and prac?
Total cost for sessson of nine months, includ?
ing tuition mid other fees, clothing, board, wash
lug, text books, medical attendance, etc., about
fl.s'. Cost to State students, f 151). Next session
beglnt September 31, 1WM.
Fur catalogue apply to J. M. M'BRYDK,
Pb. D., LL. D., President. 7 14 lm eo
Roanoke College, ?.
Course for Degrees, with electlves. Library*
17.1U) volumes?building enlarged. Working;
Laboratory. Uest moral, social and religious in?
fluences. Healthful mountain location. Ex?
penses very moderate. Commercial and Prepar?
atory Courses. Catalogue, with views, free. Ad?
dress JULIUS D. DKEIIBR,
President, Salem, V*.,
Or a a First National IWnk 7 U *o Jbj
?HIVERSITY Of fiafillill
Next Session bcsln* 15th Sept. Tuition tree to
Virginians in Academical Department. Reel DtcUv
tb-s for insiruetlo?: la Letters, Scluuco, En?lneertn?J.
Law, Medicine, Wrlto for catalogue to
WM. M. THORNTON. LL.D., ChalnMiL*