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The Old Buttermilk Pail.
Oh, when I revert to the long-jyoDe-bj pleasures.
And think, of the dreams that made lusturou my
And bid sweet remembrance bring to me those
Which rwiukled like star hi the azure of troth
Dow sweet Is the thought which, with strongest
Roll over my hriin like a wave of the ocenn;
When my minds tarn lo scenes that I sought, with
When I drank to my fill from the Buttermilk Pail.
Let the misanthrope pine 1ft the ongvieagel lan
guish For things which are trifling, and scenes that are
Let the sorrow-faced mourner ting ditties of an
guish. And wetp for the hopes that haTe fled from his
Tet I sigh not all for the day that are ended.
When joy like a heart-feeding manna descended
When down on my marrow-bone gracefully bended
1 drank with my nose in the Uutteniiilk. Vail.
When bat a young lad, with my heart overflowing
With temper as ft rone as a tenpenny nail,
Dow oft at the ra.fc of 2:4) a going.
I've driven the oJd Mooley bv holding her tail.
-That gentle old cow ! there ne'er was a fatter;
he could vanquish all dogs that dared to ran afer:
And she was the mother (1 write not with satire)
Of the contents which filled the old Buttermilk
Oh, if there be scenes that are good to remember.
Of the fair days of childhood, which long aso Aid,
Oh. brinjj me tbe apple of golden September.
And the dishes ot sweet miia mixed rightl y with
And give roe the Tmlian-puddingall vellow,
"T will make the hir curl on the head of a fellow;
But, above all the rest, when the batter is mellow,
Oh, five me draught from the Battcrmilk Pail.
farm and Home.
Blanket your horse when waiting
at the hitchlng-post, while the driver
ia Id some warm place doing business,
for "the merciful man regardeth the
life of his beast,"
Any one desirous of keeping seeds
from the depredations of mice, can do
so by mixing pieces of camphor gum
In with the seeds. Camphor placed
Ja drawers or trunks will prevent
mice from doing them injury. The
little animal objects to the odor, and
keeps a good distance from it.
Stair carpets should always have a
strip of paper put under them, at and
over the edge of every stair, which Is
the part where they first wear out, in
order to lessen tbe friction of the car
pet against the boards benentu. The
strips should be within an iuch or
two as long as the carpet is wide, and
ibout four or five inches in breadth,
so as to be a distaace from each stair.
OA to Farmer.
A very refreshing lotion, possessing
cleansing and clearing quulities of a
high order, may be prepared very
easily by any lady, In the following
manner: Take a pint of orange flow
er water, and a pint of rain watt r,
with a sprig of rosemary; add to this
four ounces of castile soap, scraped
finely; boil all the ingredients to-
gether, and bottle up tightly for use,
as may bo wanted. This article is
called pearl water; it is of simple
preparation, and Is one of the most
Innocent and efficacious of the arti
cles pertaining to a lady's toilet.
A member of the Western New
Tork Farmers' Club says he did not
plant early rose potatoes till the fore
part of June, xe pel led the beetle by
one sprinkling of Paris-green water
on such hilla as were infested (about
one-twentieth of all), and, notwith
standing the general fiilure of this
crop, harvested at the rate of over
200 bushels of sound tubers to the
'acre." . Another member reported
Brownell'a beauty as giving double
the yield of 8üo flake, '
A writer sends to the Eimira Farm
ers' Club the following cure for gall
on the shoulders of draught aDimald,
which he says is the best he evtr
used; Dissolye six drachms of Iodine
In half a pint of alcohol, aDiT apply it
on the sore with a feather as soon as
the collar is removed, and, when at
rest, twice a day, morniLg and eve
ning. The article should be in the
table of every farmer, as It is an- ex
cellent application on horses where
the skin is broken by kicks or other
accidents, and is a sure cure for
splints, if uäed in a proper manner.
Gossip entails on those who en
courage it absolute dishonor we
mean the dishonor of repeating con
versations, opinions, circumstances,
not made under promise of secrecy,
but which a high sense of honor
would treat as confidential, if happily
a high sense of honor were the rule.
It is odd that one of the best things a
boy learns at school is to eschew tale
bt aring and keep faith with his com
panions, while one of the most com
mon practice of society i to betray
the trust contained in talk, and re
peat to all what has been implied
confidence to one. This habit of re
penting what we hear is as fatal to
the bvst Intercourse of minds as to
the finer feelings of Integrity.
Colorado Kauch Customs,
Every ranchman is armed with a
jepreating rifle, a shot-gun and a re
volveralthough many do not carry
their revolvers. I hardly ever cairy
mine. In the event of a quarrel an
enarmed man stands more show for
bis lire, for, to mutter huw great a
desperado may be the man, he never
hoots an unarmed man. The ques
tion la asked: "Are you heeled?"
meaning armed. On your answering
to-the contrary they will immediately
put up their weapons. Stealing here
ia sure death to the one getting
caught at it. Two weeks ago a party
of us went up into the mountains
prospecting for minerals In a new
gulch, and on our way found a man
hanging to a tree who had been dead
some days, with a paper pinned on
his shirt simply stating. "Horse thief."
These things strike terror to th
thieves. Three nights ago three desperate-looking
men aroused me in
the night, and said they were looking
for a horse-thief and were tired. I
invited them to stay all night. They
Immediately made themselves at
home, cooking their own snpper, I
flna ly falling asleep, leaving them
playing poker, $1 a corner. They de
parted early the next morning, and, I
learned, came up with their man and
shot him. It is remarkable to think
that a man may shoot his neighbor
and nothing be said, but let him steal
anything and ho must die, It is one
of the peculiar ideas of the men on
the borders that every man must pro
tect his life, and not the law. But
there is a good class of people now
settling up this country, slowly but
sure, and their Eastern Ideas will
bring law and order. Cor. Rochester
tieras of ThoBjrM.
The veil which covers tbe face of
futurity, is woven by the hand of.
The man who is prond of his mon
ey, has rarely anything better to be
"We waste our time In moments, our
money in dimes, and our happiness in
People look at your six days in the
week to see what you mean on the
Genius light its own (ire, but it is
constantly collecting materials to
keep alive the flames.
The gem cannot be polished with
out friction; neither can man be per
fected without trials.
A man must possess fire in himself
before he can kindle up electricity
that thrills the great popular heart.
A wise man ought to hope for the
best, be prepared for the worst, and
bear with equanimity whatever may
The mind of youth cannot remain
empty; if you do not put into it that
which is good, it will gather else
where that which Is evil.
An old Hindoo, who had become a
Christian, first had a Bible given him
and then a clock. Said he: "The
clock will tell me how the time goes,
and the Bible will teach me how to
This Is Sensible.
Mi33 Fannie G:itewood, a reformed
prostitute, was announced to lecture
atKokomo, but did not appear, as she
could get no audience. People will
not go to hear her, and newspapers
advise her to hide herself and her
shame from public gaze, beause there
is already too much prostitution. Yet,
the same people will flock to hear
Luther Benson, and will sing praises
of his wonderful oratory. Luther
Benson, Mace Long, Tyler Mason and
a long list of reformed rakes can
draw a crowd as they tell with glow
ing words how they associated with,
helped to ru.2, and trample under
foot women. The woman cannot be
heard by a refined public. Women
will Hock about Luther Benson, cry
and pray over him, write him silly
letters which he shows and laughs at
in his next drunken spree; but a
woman one of their own sex, with
like nature, who is of those "unfor
tunates" who happened to falf a vic
tim to the man they waste their tears
and prayers upon cannot be heard.
"Let her hide her face in shame."
No, rather ask these men to divide
time with her. Good people, we pray
you, divide your attention; and you.
women, for the sake of your own svx,
treat tbe equally guilty alike, In
diana polls Journal.
Truthfulness to Children.
A parent unlike a poet, la not born;
he is made. There are certain things
which he has at once to learn, or he
will have no more influence over hU
child than if it was a common stran
ger. To gain obedience you must
first set yourself to deserve it. What
ever you must promise your little
ones, however small the thing seems
to you and whatever trouble it costs
you, perform It. Never let the doubt
once enter that innocent mind that
you say what 'you do not mean, or
will not act up to what you say. Make
as few prohibitory laws as jou possi
bly can; but once made, keep to
them. In what is granted as in what
is denied, compel yourself, however
weary or worried or impatient, to ad
minister always even-handed justice.
This is a system much more likely to
secure your child's real affection than
all the petting and humoring so gen
erally indulged in to give pleasure or
save trouble, not to your little ones,
but to yourself. Miss Muloch.
The following is a list of the pat
ents issued to citizens of the State of
Indiana, December 10, 1878, and each
bearing date Nov. 2$, 1878, furnished
this paper by C. Bradford, Solicitor of
Patents, IB Hubbard's Block, Indian
apolis, Ind., of whom copies and in
formation may be obtained:
No. 210,200. To John N. Orecne, ot
Indianapolis, assignor to W. II. Tucker
Mud Robert b. Üonsey, tf the same place,
fur improvement .u street guides.
No. 210.2l. To Eratus B Kunklr,
of Ft. WayctJ, for iinprovemcut in water
utige for sterna boilers.
No. 210.2W. To Thomas J. Lindsay,
Dave II. Lindsay and Win. Munter, of
Wirjülall. for improvement in eotnbined
feed uiill und corn planter.
No. 210,3.13. To lletij:roin 1. Perry,
of Kichmonri. for improvement in valve
gears for engines.
No. 210,372. To Alexander T. Thayer,
of Milton, for improvement in grain sepa
rators. No. 210.C82. To William A. Wheeler,
of Indianapolis f r improvement in steam
be n I in if machine.
No. 2lü,Jö. , To John I). Williams, of
lii&ing Sun, tor' improvement lu tire and
i i m
The cause of the terrible exploion
at Sullivan the other day is explained
as follows; Two rooms were being
excavated toward each other and on
ly a thin wall remained. The gas
bad accumulated In one of tbe rooms
and the miners had been warned to
cease blasting until the gas could be
fanned out. A miner, however, disre
garded these instructions and ex
ploded a blast which blew out the
partition, ignited the gas in the va-
eaut chamber and caused the explo
sion. Eight men lost their lives by
the explosion or suffocation. Twenty-
seven men were in the mine at the
time, of whom fifteen were at work
in the lower vein where the explosion
occurred. The men In the upper vein
were only stunned. Indianapolis
Of Ten Years' Duration. The Dis
charges Thick, Bloody, and of
Foul Odor. Senses of Smell jnd
Taste Wholly Gone. Entirely
SAflFCRD'S RADICAL CURE,
Messrs.'vTeets ft Potter: Gentlemen I feel com
pelled tJ scknowlcilirc to you th f-reat fceneut
fc a k ford's Kadical f rti tut been to me. Kor
year I havo been atsteteit wtth this lomlnoma
dlsesso, and especially in the winter time bus 11
been mo er err. The discharge hu been thick
end h.oody, emlttln a f:.ul odor o bad that tuy
fTesenco In a room with other wm very olfunelva
o the hi. Oil'- weck ilcr eon-menc'ra; the use ot
6 an ford's Radical Cm I w:s not troubled wild
It at all. Mys rmes of tssto and smell, whl.ii trees
ickolij iroin-. bavu now fully returned, and my gen
eral health 1 niucU Improved Yours,
MELBOCT5VK H. I ORT.
Shm t-Hand Writer.
Gbavd Rapids, Mich, Not. 8, 1876.
Gentlemen : The packnpre of ßAirmira' Cnr
arrived hereto-night all right. Idon'tknowwhutl
lionli hav don-! ii'itbad not been forttiia remedy.
I hftve triM N axal lKucln a und every i hin ebc. aud
although I have been able toarnp th offensive dis
charge. I have not been obi-to roeovcrmvenf"of
taste and smell until Itrlo'lSAxror.D'sCrKit. Tu
can reter any ono Ton choose to inc. and I wlK
cheerfully Inform them tn tlctall at to tbe benent
tbe remedy hae teeo to me. Ynin,
Gejutd Rakbi, Mien., Kot. 15, 137.
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE
Not only promptly arreititt corrodlnir dtscharvt
in Catarrh, bat. by sympathetic action, it retore to
sound ben'tli all the orrarts cf thr bead that have
become nffcctel by it, auU exhibit any ot tbe follow
ing affections :
Defectlr Eyesight, Inflamed and Mattery
Ejtm, Pminfal atnd Watory 2 ye.. Lout of
B oaring- F.iaracrtr, Hi-urnlia of the Kar,
Dischargee from th Ear, Mcging N'oisoa
la the lload. Dlulneas, Nrrrous Hrad-
atche. Pains In th Temple. Lose ot the
Senaea of Taste aud RrkU, lonsntton of
the L'rula, inflammation of U' Tonsils,
Putrid gore Throat, Tickling- or llacklnf
Cough, Bronchitis, and Bleeding of Um
Each package contains Dr. Sanforo'' Improved
Inhaling Tube, with full and careful) prep-red dl
rectionsfor use In all cbm-s. Price, tl. For sale by
all wtmleeale and retail drutrr'tts and dealers
tlirotighnttheCnited fctatrsand Cma-'a. W EK.3
POTT Sil, 0r.eral Agent aud Vi'&oKSikle Drug
U, BoeVm, XIu-s,
AH Electro-Gs'ver.lo Battery, combined with
a biKhly .Medicated flaater. formlnr tha
rrandHt curative are-nt In the world cf medicine,
and utterly surpassing all otoer Plasters heretofore
La use. Tney tccomrl.eh more la one week then
tbe o?d PI itcri l.i a waolc year. Taty do uo pal
Uate,tUty ci&jc Tn:y
lit lit e
of tii a
Ko matter what mav be the extent of your roffer
bif.try oneof tbeee Plaster. He lief U iiutantan
out. a fact supported by hundreds of testimonials la
our possession. Dear 1 wind that t!m most linpor
taut discovrrlee In pharmacy date tmrkl'-sstban tea
years, ir.d that combination of furo and essences
of plants and ilmhi am herein united with F.lee
tricl'.y to form a curative Plaster. In soothing. hral
Irar. and atr.-nR-thrnlnjr properties as fr superior to
all other Plasters hm totore in ttu as Use tclonUflo
pityaiciaa Is lo Uta burse le.co.
Irloo, aa Cent
T, careful to call for COLLTTS VOLTAIC PT.A8.
1KB lest you get some irmicss Imitation. Bold by
a 1 Wnolr sate and RcUll Druprtsu thronrbout the
Cntted States and C.viadM.and by rYfcLÜ&POT
TkC, Proprietors, Uoe. on, Jlaas.
A NOTED DIVINE SAYS
THEY ARE WORTH THEIR
WEIGHT in COLD
READ WHAT HE SAYS:
PR. Trrr: Dear Mr: For Vi years I have
jpt-n a martyr to lyeprm. Onstlpation and
li Un. Last jrinB your Pill were reroro mended
tome: 1 used them (but with little faith 1. I
mm now a well man, hare good appetite, diges
tion perfect, regular stools, pil a irone, and I
have gained forty pound solid tieh. They are
worth their weicht In roM.
Key. K. L. SIMPSON', Louisville. Ky.
A TORPID LIVER
is the fruitful source of many dlsensea. such as
I.))! rlH,H' k Headache, losUveness. Liyarn
try. Hi lions Fever, Ague and Fever, Jaundice,
Ttitt' 1111 exert a powerful Influence on th
I.I ver.mid will wit h rrlal nt relieve that! ni(or-
tnnt orvan from disease, aul restore its normal
The rapidity with whU h persons taeon flch,
while under the influence o( these pills. of itself
nlk-at"i llielr adaptability to uonruli the lixdy,
hence tluirc ttloacy In eunng nervous debiliiy,
dvspt'psia, wastineof themnK-l', ?lutnishnfa
nithelivrr.ctironicconstlpatioii.and I niyarU ng
health and streugth to the system.
Only wl th rerulari ty of the bowels cn perfect
health be enjoyed. When the ronrtipntioii Is of
recent date, a slnple dose of TVTTS PILLS
Iii suffice, but 11 it has become habitual, one
II ahouid be taksn every night, fradually Itiwn
ni the frequency of tbe drme until a regular daily
movement t tained, which will soon follow,
fcold I'.verywhere, 23 Ceals.
OFFICE, 33 2CV&SAT ST.. JSZW Y02K.
Pos'rtivelr Cured by
these Little Pills.
They alo rellere
Distress from Pyspen
sla. Indigestion aud
'loo llekrty fjtlini;
A perfect remedy for
In the Month. t'oatl
Tongne, 1'uin in Iii
rtuit, Ac. Tte rejfU
Intw Iii Ti wel mih!
and riles. TUesuia:)-
fat and ecsie-t to tuke. Only one pill a diw.
40 in a vial, rurely Vegetable. ince ceuts.
ctold y all Iruni.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., Prop'n, Erie, pa.
Fire vials by tns:l for one fnllar,
Wie Farmer and the Laboring Man's
Nussbaum 1 Mayer
Wholesale and Retail Dealors in
CIIIXA & STONE WAKE !
We Are Billing at nil times an cheap an anj
hnuH in Northern Indiana. In connectior
with tbe above buinSM. we pay the hitfhest
price in Cash for all Kind: ol Produce, and
make a specialty In
Hides, Furs, Pelts, Wool,
CALL ON US at oui Nw Store if you wifc
to purtihasa Goods in our line or have any
thing to sell to us.
23 HJcMgan St., Plymouth Ind.
Cold Weather is at Hand
In Marshall and currounding Counties to
Fall and Winter,
It does not make any
AU-Wool Blankets for $2.50 a Pair!
A COUGH OF TWENTY-FIVE
TEARS STANDING CURED.
Catarrh witrt Dk)Hpinos ix tub
TrnoAT.CArsiNG Feei.i.nos of Strang
I.1.VO, DlZZIMESS, IAIX!J IN SlDE, AND
Weakness or Kidneys, immediately
relieved, System seemingly made
over New by use or one Bottle.
Mcssks. Litt i.rriri.i & Co.:
I live in M hu hector bo w, and have lived ovrllfty
years !n (loffitfown, about two miles from here 1
am TT years old. I have hal Catarrh for filtern
ypar, and a had rwtch for twenty-five yiar, es-p-cliklly
spring and full. ;wm1 d.'il of that time I
nave hud rtiwinoes in the hed. Drrntf tlie flttwu
years I havr had dropping (mm fruc the head upon
thelunirs,filliD2my throut with phcm, causing
ticklliiK in the throat, and wh-'nver I waa down
with fever cn-atliig a foeline of saffcMsfing sod
stnnglim;. Twjplt have tUoohr I had the Con-
unpliou. I waadiiftor! fnr that. I have con
anltd a prent many pbya'riaus. hut uever sr)t more
thsa temporarp relief. Abo it two months ao I
had a dizzy spt,-ll, f.UI iUwu aud was inscuiuhle for
eome timn, aud did not know my own folks for
ovr six hours. Mr brother tuld me of your Con
ttitutwnal VaUirrh h'mtrtlu, and advim-d me to
buyabotll. He bal t'atarrh and took this, and it
lett. I pot a bottle and ia ten dsva it cured ttie
Catarrh, removed the pidgin, ticklinif in the throat,
and I was side toaaw four cords of wood, work i up
ii hours a doy. I never saw anything like it. It
eemed to msk me all over nv . I tiow have none
of tbe old troubles unlaw I t cold, and then a
teapoonful of tie Vnstitnt'0"l i 'atrrh Kein?
dy removes evervtuui. I w.mld not he. without it
as long as I eon Id f-t money ti buy it with. My
praudson and Ma wife have had t'aiarrb, and they
art- tryiui; it and find immediate relief.
I have bad pains in the amtll of my bark and
wealtnesa of the kidneys for many yearn, and
though I work hard daüy, hovelinjc Ihia aearXnof
the year, my kidneys have fo-tiid grvat relief, aud
the paius hvv greatly djiuiuihel.
M suchest er, N. II., April 2, 1SI0.
Cap. Joaeph Oeore can pet the testimony of
evt-rv bank mnn and city officer t J hack him as re
liable and hon st
sTHandred o cases or tlmilar nature cared
withiu the laet yar. Snuff and Lotion rive oulv
temporary relief. Ttie ConttitiituttkLl Vatmrrh
lirnimi strikes at the root, b nlda up the c insti
tution, ruakea it new, and drirea away Catarh and
all diaeasea of the rancous membranes, and their
attendant pains and arhea, pertaiuinp to .be head.
uv i, fuomucii, KiuHtrvai ana innAi.
T f A i.l a ... ...
mm ii per nottia. a pamphlet or SS para
pivinga treatise on Catarrh, with Innumerable
esses oi cures, aent Ire by addrvssini? the Propria
tora, LiTTLEriBLD Si Co ,
Manchester, '. II.
row nyi, i anner, ana J oe al i naoinsn. I'lvm-
Id by I
E. W. HELM,
Light and Heavy
And Dealer in
Shop, cor.Lapotte&IIIchlsanSt ,
1 1-2 in. Heavy Harness
1 3-4 inch heavy $28.
Single Buggy $12 to $15
JNEQUALED IN BAKING 1
WITH MORE IMPROVEMENTS,
ALL THE CONVENIENCES AN!
THE GREATEST DURABILITY.
firs in bmiii Unusge
umcnui eu2rmviiiii r
inn scent which the
married sad thou rentem-
2 BT I K E TknlaliBSmarrUmhoulillinow
UlaiVIllk Wilovlonniljftm. IVI-
tnn ot Jt4-. ipii . ent seeursiy swetl tr.Wcent. A'i'VV
ltt C A. butlAJtWAS.
DYKE 8 BEARD ELIXIR M
I, sstttl Vtll'lo It OQ Ik lllrxMheat faVO.
wt Kat f.M tsM M.M(1 IM
HP1VV Mrri'KTArHf AMD VPAltl. kstM smsj4
frw ! t P M mfmrr. f May aaa 4.CeraM
ilbi r aell '
i paM-pa f law
II sjast hr a
WANTS ALL THE
fore making purchases
as lie has a Large
the Goods will be
difference how big:
will not be Undersold
PIB & CMAPMAM, Prop's.
ROOH NO 8 HOHAO'S BLOCK, LAFORTE ST., PLYH0ÜTH, MJI
Complete, Presh and ReliaUe Stock.
VTe Sell only CAS II! We seek only a living Profit, and Quality taken In
Selling at the -Lowest Unices.
We solicit the continued favors of old friends and the patronage cf all desir
ing anything In the line of DRUGS and MEDICINES.
DEVOTED TO THE
Treatment of all Chronic Complaints,
OF EVERT FORM.
This department of our business Is under the control of the Serdor
Partner, who will ut all times be .found at his post. A continuance of the
extensive practice we have enjoyed is respectfully solicited.
One Door South 1st National Bank,-Michigan St.
my siocä is uii, rresn ana uenauie.
a a. A ..... tl Vat. I I
ar . m w- wa .
nu Kuarrauiee me quaiujr. i uybitiana prescriptions na lamlly receipts compound
cd day and night. 1 have albo
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY,
31onk Books, Toys, Fancy and Toilet articles, Tobaccos, Cigars, etc, which I invtd
ut! muuc iu exvQiiie ueiore purcnasinj;
1I03IES FOR 82.00.
THERE "WILL BS AWARDED AT
Tuesday, December 31, 1878.
GKAND PREMIUMS I
KOSE-niLI. FARM (divMod Into six farms), sit
uated in Warrick county, luUiana, seveu miles fact
of Kvausvillc, two niUes north of Newburjr, con
taining 60 acres, eleven dwellinirs, and s?ven barns,
four crcbarrla, and other valuable liuprovetuenta.
Tue Indianapolis Lota are all moat desirable prop
erty to buy as au investment.
'1'ha Evausville Lots are all flrat-elass of their lo
cality in last beamilul city, and are today worth
their schedule auu m for homes.
.No. 1, Premium Farm, 40 acre, homestead Im
provements ... 9 15,010
1 Lot, Woodruff riace, Ind'polls IT.ooO,
5 Lota, Highland ltiune.
o iji'tM, täte Avenue, .
6 Lots, Irvington, I'idiana,
30 Lots, Gteiitlals. Evansville
40 Ix)ts, toodlawn, Evansville....
1 lta, " - ....
10 Premiums, Cash
&C3 Premiums il23.0iio
The whole divided into 62,.V0 shares of (2.c'each.
1 he net proceed ot theae tales arv act aoait aud
applied to the beucfit ot th)) KvaiiHvillu Orphan Ay
lum and ludianaolia Orphau Asylum.
nemeintier inn tfist oi iJeceutiier. l.8. and secure
your tickets at once, as the drawing will take place
sootier it the tickets are all sold.
This la to certify that thia tmiM-rty is all valuable.
and coft Its owners, in cah, largely more thau lliey
Have sold It for to this oenelll IrufU Titlea to be
perfected tiefore delivery of ttMxis.
sipued.1 1 HosiAS K. Oahvin, tivansvillo.
wm. iuulet, i try Assessor, Ind polls.
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'HIWORTH'S," serial novel, by Mrs. France
Hodgson Burnett, author of That Lass o' Lowrte's.
1 be scene of Mrs. Burnett's new novel la laid in
Lancashire; tbe hero is a young Inventor of Amert
can biath, "Ilaworth'a" is the longest Mr. Burnett
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is.-, ann win oe promeciy lunairaxeu.
FALCON EFC a serial novel, by H.H. Boyeaen,
author of unnar," "The Man who Lost bit
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lite in a western settlement
1 STOfcT OF Mf W G-RLFIUS. by Georpe W. Cable,
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Pern vpm 10 4?
Rochester lovpm is l'pn
Walnut i4pm 11
Areos 11 oopm HO
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