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Topsy and the School-Keys.
One of the most sagacious
little dogs in London belongs
to Mr. Nico. tho keener of
Highbury Chapel. "Topsy" is
not an idle dog ; shia busy
from Monday morning' .'till Sat
urday night; for' what with
keys to watch, doors fo attend
to, and many other things be
sides, her time is fully occupied.
Sunday is "TopsyV rest clay,
and right glad she seems not
to be expected to bark, nor do
any work ou Sunday ; tor ani
v raals, as well as men, require,
' and are entitled to, ono . day of
rest in the week. "Topsy's"
master has trained her to dis
tinguish the difference between
Sunday and week-day, and if
v -stranger were Usee her oh
Sunday, he would imagine that
she were ill, for she lies down
quietly in' her bed quite indiffer
." "entVs to Vho comes in or who
goes out. She knows that she
must not muk; any noise, - or
bark at the 'people who come
to the chapel or the school on'
" that day.
Mrs. Nice has a fine cat
which live? in the same room
with "Topsy," and she pays ' all
the due respect to pussy. When
the cafj 'Las her milk, "Topsy"
gitg ' quietly by to watch ' iW
"'drink' it, and when 'assy' has
finished, "Topsy" expects the
saucer re-filled for herself. If
she is kept waiting for her milk
longer than she thinks right,
she rinc;s the bell that is, she
taps tho saucer ; and if the first
tapping is not attended to, she
taps again and again until she
has due attention. "Topsy is
so polite that she yiniiot be
- persuaded to touch her milk un-
til the cat has had hers.
About eight o'clock in the
morning she may be seen sit-
. ting; in ! the window watching
for the boy who calls for the
keys of the day schools. These
; keys are. ''Topsy's" particular
charge She , will not allow
them to be taken from their
place on the wall unless it be
by her master or, by the person
aceustomec( to give them up at
night; and if brought in and
' not hung up in their place at
once, "Topsy" gets them, if they
are left anywhere within reach,
and hides them underneath the
carpet She then sits beside
them, and cries very pitiful un
til Mr. or Mrs. Nice steps for
ward and hangs them up in
.their usual place. "Topsy" has
no objection to the keys being
taken from their place on . Lord's
Day .morning. On that morn-
l, ing he will allow any of the
teachers to take them off the
nail, without the blightett hind
rance, or without, even looking
. i '.Topsy;. is very . affectionate
and sympathizing; if at any time
,, )ier master or mistress ho un
. well or in trouble, she tries her
bent to comfort them by licking
their face and hands ; and it at
any time she has ofTended,and is
epoken to crossly, she holds out
her paw, and looks into their
faces so pitifully, as much as to
Say "Please fchako hands with
bi4 and be friends." It' is no
wonder that "Topsy" has many
friends who call to see her and
shake hands with her. The
affectionate little creature never
seems content to lio down in
her bed at night without first
putting out her paw, and' shak
ing lands with her master ; it
is her good nifij. y TW ihigj
Training of "this beautiful doj
reflects the greatest credit up
on her kind-hearted master.
From "Dogs and their Doings."
A number of suits are to be
instituted in Macoupin county
t,.ri..rteougbt Jexaa, cattle jpt Hie
county, . by persons, whose, na
tive herds have taken the
Tens fever froirfttbe "long
From "Dogs and their Doings." What a Teacher Should Not Do.
Never al)ow tile-UrLig. f '
Never speak -vir-df otners?
Never punish when angry.
Never talk much nor loud.
Never believe all you hear.
Never magnify small offen
Never .be weary iu Vell-do-
Never nse'intoxicating drinki
Never uso tobacco in any
form. , '
Never be hasty iu word or
Never compare one child wi'.h
Never threaten for anticipa
u Neve'pfimfse' VhatyoU'chn-notpe-rflir'U
V"' ' V
Never attempt to teach too
many things. ' ' ; V
'' Never 'speak'1 in iv; scolding,
'Never' let your pupils see tint
they can vex you. ' " ' '
' Never trust to another what
you should do yourself.
Never tell a child what you
can make him tell you.
Never put off " till to-morrow
what can be done to-day,
Never yield anything) to a
pupil because be looks angry.
Never indulge in anything
inconsistent with true polite
ness. ' "Never use - a hard word
when an easy one will do as
Never tell . a pupil to do a
thiug unless convinced that he
can do it.
Nej-er riFj obbifVytfh jn
teaching, j Vj jf l
Never lefTi kWiTlt
Chief-Justice Gray of Massa
chusetts is said to be one of the
greatest men living. lie stands
six feet four inches high, weighs
two hundred and fifty pounds,
has a fine figure,! travels his
circuit on horse-back, and at
tention ! ladies! is a bachelor.
Osk of the ladies of Northern
Ohio reccutty traveled with one
ticket, four trunks, two bund boxes,
a flower pot, poodle1 dog, umbrella,
jug of milk, lunch basket, a paper
sack full of peaches,' a canary bird,
and a boy of fifteen, whose age she
gave as nine.
Des Moines is again tinker
ing with petroleum gas in lieu
of coal gas. .., ',, :
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The many evidence, of oxtru'jMlnni-y curoa
that arc daily ruporlud ax eil'ecled through
Ready Rollof and Teifet 1'urgutlvo 1'IIIm, In
written tUHtiinoiiialx from all pacts of thu
world, aurpatudn wonder the niest extravagant
miracles of oiieliantmeiit. I'liyslclaiiH and
medical men In nil countries pronoiineu these
wonderful reinodlca a injslery, that neither
their science ol analysis or i-heiiili'al skill ean
explain. True,, these inodieineB effeet the
mostiunrvelouoiircs,uiid restore thu dying to
life, and relievo the most wretched pain-suf-ferlng
victim of JiIh tortines, In fiom mm tit
titmty minutea, aud although they know 801110
of the ingieclioptsof tludreoin position, and Ir
Kndway ban published llu'lr lorniiila (with
holdingonly two newly diseovereil roots), still
both French, Uerman, ICns'lrJi ami Ameriean
chemists awl pliannaccnlih utterly fail with
the aamo ingredients a t prepai ed by Ilium. The
great success, which Ihesu vvondei fid remedies
uro constantly nehieviiiii, lies in tho great so.
cret ot combining the ingredients together,
afturexcrcisingdiie cai e in kcieuliug the pure
and gumiiuo root h.
Inch wnndern of ln Rnt ( licmistrv as the
sAiisAi'AitiLLi.vf; rtc-oi.vk.nt, lit.vuv
RKLIKP A RADWAY'S TILLS, are without
parallel ia thov Hiibiry of ileilicino, for there
araaomc intlrmit ia and diftt anos that are co
nidured as incurable, aud. ure death. Yet the
most astounding cures have bueu made thro
these remodies of soinu diseases that have nev
er beun known to bo cured by medieiue.
(ONSl iMl'TlON, s: !i)H U WHITE
SW Ki.l.lMi, Tiimors in tl:.' Womli, Btomaeh,
Uvai-ies, llowols, Urigiit's Ui. ease of tho Kid
neyi that have be. ii prououiiced Incurable,
Caneers, Ileers, Swellings, stono in the Blad
der, ( nle.elous Coneietioii 1, 1'lcers ami Sores of
Ihu Hones, Rickets ij deep' eate.l that no
othui- iiiiiliciues liave b'vii known to i-eaeh,
havbeeiienred liv III.' ! Its M'.Mtil.IdAN
KBS(JLVl-:T,iiidvilMJrV' H-VDY KtLltlT
. l'aly, I'lirilyoU, Drj t.augeno tlir.t llirent
ensa living ilcath-dailv ruitin-f hwiiv of the
limbs and llesh lllabe'les, liivo'.untary Dis
i linrge of Water, Fungi in the ltlndder (tlic
ICinpeior Napidi'iiu's disease), Torturing pains
when discharging urine, UH EL'M A'l ISM,
tillli'T, XEURALCilA each and every ono ol
theso coinplaiuU though hut a few ot the
many other diseases, ltndwnv'x Sarsaparillian
Kesolvenl has eiu edauil is daily curing in nil
parts of the world.
Inonu word, any dieso-iio mailer under
what nii'iie designated, that is iiuuiishod or
imrease.l by bud, impure, depraved, wink,
thi.i, watery or ixilsoned lilojil can he cured
by UAMVAY'S SAltHAl'AUIIJ.rAS' ltM
SOLVK.ST Dr. Radway A Co. have never eliiimeil nnn
liiindruth part of the euiativo virtues for their
reaie.lioH as isaseri'ieil to them liv Iho people
wiio have u.-wd them; fu bear In' mind, 011!;
such dieii.-es ami coiuplaini-as Dr. Kndway,
afloi -rut'consi'iil trealinent wish tin ir remedii s
knew they would ciiru, were eiuiiueriited lu
llieir cuiative list, so ,liat ninny of the extraor
dinary eases that have been reported uwul.eii
e I Hi iihii It asionislinier.t in tlm discorei v of
tli. ir remedial u;;eni mis iu those who had lieen
rescued fnuu d.alli, and ina-le whole and
As many persons disrreillied llieir extinor
dinary power, from the fact of their disap
pointment in tire use of ollierudvertised reine
dies and some believoil it impossible fur
simple medicines made 0'ilv from vegetable
substanees ln.iis, lierbn, Hi: should possess
sii. h mannloiiM iiower. Yet tliey can readily
eiiiiiprelieml iliat (be simple gia.-seD of the
llel.i, alter uudei ning the chemical proevss of
distillation designeil by nature iu Hie cow and
churn, furnishes us Willi butler certainly the
most abundant fat, caloric, or hent-niaki'ng
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew and blood-making
constituents fnrtlichuinun Ixidy.
lint when those people who'llrsl doubt the
ellicaey of these remedies commence their use,
they become their most earnest advocates.
Till: ONLY SAFE & SI RK REMEDY FOR
TATE, 1'IN, A WORMS OF ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Xever has a medicine taken Internally, been
known to have cured Tumors, either' of the
Womb, Uterus, Ovaries or ISowels; the knife
has been the sole reliance iu the hands of ex
perienced surgeons; but Dr. Radwav's Sar
saparillian settles this question. - it has cured
over twenty persons of Ovarian Cysts and
Tumors, at well lis Tumors iu the Howels,
I'terus, Womb, Liver, Dropsical Kfl'uslon,
Ascites, nnd Calculous Concretions.
Tumor of 13 Years' Growth Cured by
Jtad way's Resolvent. ,
- I1EVEHI.T. Mass.. July 18. 1'
Dk. Radway: I hnvo hail Ovarian Tumor
In thu ovaries and bowels. All the doctors
said there was no help for It. I tried every-
tiling mat was recummemieii, nut noiiitng
htdjicd me. 1 sine your Resolvent and thought
1 would try it, but had no faith iu it, because
I had sutl'ered for 12 wars. I took six bottles
of thu-Resolvent, one box of Railway's Fills,
aim 11RC11 iivo nonius. 01 your uea ty Jieiiri,nnu
there Is not a sipn of a tumor to he seen or
felt, and I fuel better, smarter and happier
than 1 have for Vi years. Thci A-orst tumor
was iu tho left side of the bowels, over the
groin. J write this to you fur the benellt of
others. You can publish it if vou choose.
HANNAH 1'. KNAIT.
A 51 IMI'OHTANT LETTER .;
From a prominent gentleman nnd resident of
Cincinnati, Ohio, for the past forty years well
known to the newsnniier publishers throuidi-
out thu United Stales:
nkw yoiik, Oct nth, ltrtii.
Dr. Radway Dear Sir: I am induced hv a
sense ot dutv to thu suflerlnir to make a brief
statement of thu working of your medicine on
myself. For several years I liave been alllict
cd with sumo trouble in the bladder and urin
ary organs, which some months ago culmina
ted iu a most ten-liny amictiug disease, which
tho physicians all said was siiasmoillc stric
ture in the uretha, as also inllaiiiation of the
kidneys and bladder, and gave it as their
opinion that my age":) years would prevent
my ever getting radically cured. I had tried
n number of phvsicians,and had taken a large
quantity of medicine, both allopathic, and ho
mwopatliie,. but got no relief, 1 had read of
astonishing cures having bueu made by your
remedies; ami noiihi lour n'onins ago 1 read a
notice in the Philadelphia Siiliirdav Evening
i'ostof a cure having been effected 011 11 per
son who had long been salferingiisl had been
I went right oil' and got some of each your
Sarsaiiarlllia:) Resolvent, Ready Relief, and
Rcirulatiiur Fills and commenced takinir
them, In three day 1 was greatly relieved,
and now feel as well an ever.
J. W.J AUKS, Cincinnati, O.
Price onu dollar per bottle. Sold bv Drug
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Yt in-run, cor. Church St., . 1 . .
RADWAY'S HEADY RELIEF!!
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nifvei tiBenient need any one suffer with pain.
II AD WATS RKADY RELIEF
Is 11 cure for everv iwiin. II. was the UcmI. 11ml
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tlons, and cures congestions, w hether of the
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twenty minutes. ,n manor now violent, or
excruciating tho pain, the Hheiinialle, I'.ed
ridden, Intlriii, (.'rippled. Nervous, Neuialyc.
or prostrated with iliaeaso may sutler, .
IAD WAY'S READY RELIEF
' W ill nlTord liihtniit case:
Inllaniinatloi of tliu Kidneys, Iiillninuiiitioii of
thu illadder, Inllamuuition of Ihu llowels.
Congestion of thu Lungs, Koru Throat, PHIL
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terics, Croup, Diplheria, Catarrh, liilliien'.a,
Headache, TWiiuche, Neuralgia, lilicuiua
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1 no appiieuuon 01 inu uenuv Holier to tu
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There is not a remedial Buent in this world
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Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled '
Neck, Uoitro, Scrofulous Inflammations,
Indolent Inflammations, Morcurial affec
tions, Old Soros, Eruptions of tho Skin,
Soro Eyos, old Iu thoso, as In all othor
constitutional Diseases, "Walkkr's Vin
boar Bittkrs havo shown thoir great car
ativo powors in . tho most obstinate and
intractablo eases. ' " '
For Inilanimatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittnnt Fevers, Discasos
of Iho Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
theso Bitters have 110 equal.- Such Dis
eases aro caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persona
engaged in l'uiuts aud Minnrals, such as
Pluuiuors, Typ6-scttors, Gold-beaters and
Miners, as thoy udvauco in life, aro sub
ject to paralysis of tho Bowels. To guard
against this, tuko a doso of Walkkr's
"Vcnboar IIittkrs occasionally. (
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Sult-Klmum, Blotches, Spots, Pirn
ploR, Pustules Boils, Carbuncfos, King
worms, Scald-head, Soro Eyes, lirysipo
las. Itch, Scurfs, Discoloratitms of the
Skjn, Humors nndDisoanes of tho Skin of
whatever namo or naturo, are literally
dug up and carried out of tho aystom in a
short tiuto by (ho uso of these Ilittors. 9
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,'
lurking in the system of so many thou
sands, aro cfl'ectually destroyed, and re
moved. No system of motlicina, no vcr-i
mlfugos, no aiithelminiticg will froo tho
systom from worn is llko thoso Bitton. ' -
ForFcmaleComplaints, iu young
or old, married or singlo, at the duwft of
womanhood, ortho turn of lifo, theso Ton
lo Bitters display bo decided an influence
that improvement is soon perceptible.
'Cleanse tho Vitiated Blood
whonevcryouiiud its impurities bursting
through tho skin in Phnplos, Eruptions,
or Soros ; cloaimo it whon you liinl it ob
structed and slupgisb in tho veins; cleanse
it whon it is foul ; your toolings will toll
you whon. Keep tho blood puro, aud the
health of tho system will follow.
11. II. MU DONALD Sf CO.,
Drug-gUti & Gen. A uti., Hun I-'rnnclwo, Cullfor
nla, & our. uf Waaliluirtoii niul Cluirllnn Sti.,N.7
Holil by all llriitfulMtH mmiI Dealer.
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JAVORITE isIIOIiT UOUTJ-i
't' TO ALI.WtINCH,'Al4 l'KINTS
BAST! SI AST
Tlio "Old Uulliibln" ami l'eiuUr
HANNIBAL & ST. JOS LP I
Through Express Trains Dailj
Eiiuiiipod with Minor's Patent Sato
I'lallorin, Coupler, and IluUer, urn.
Westinghouso Patont Air Erakoi
Tlio most perfect protection against accl
dents lu the world.
fl)a"Ncw linil clucrnnt Day Coaches anti
t ui dull v linen uf l'lillniau's ralaco S!'eninu
Cars nru run through from KANHAS CITI
to tjuincy, (julefiliurg, Mundota und
A a 1 nil i. .11... .... t- t c 1
uiivtnMiiiij iiiiuui x MllMlau Bl nint'Uoni Ir (
ngCurs from ATCHISON and ST. JOSKl'H 1
to Jacksonville and HirinKneld, and now and ,
uU'gnnt.lJay Coaehes from Kana City to In- ,
iliunapolis and Cincinnati without change '
flfj?To neciiro all the modern Improve
niunts in Hallway traveling, pnrclinso tieketi '
vlu thu Hannibal & St. Josepu Suobt Line,
"QUINCY ROUTE," V
avulding all transfers, lorries and changes 1
of cars. 1
ftriy Througli Tickets for sale at all prln- ',
cipal ofllccs. Faro always as low as by uny !
route. HSggngo chocked through to all prln. j
clpal points. 0. 8.LYFORI), '
K. A. l'ARKEU, Oen'I Tlckot Agent. ,
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI
& INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
Trains will leave Columbus aud Crent
lino aud arrive at points named below a fol
lows: ' ''
COLtJ'BUS DlV. MIOHT CIN. FAST
. .v III'BKSB SXPBKSI SIPBKS9
Columbus. . Lv 1 :15 A it gK :48 4:00 pm
Wurtbinton 11:01 4:30
Westorville ll:l 4:ia
Lewis Centro 11 :M 4:40
UkIr'x ljVr Mt- M 11:45 6:00
ut"w" LI:M 11 iM 11 -nr.
.13:14 ru D:.10
(Ar 4:15 AM dl:13
W. It Q. W. DnlSlS
Clevclaud . Arl)T:10 A 4:00 ru 10:1)0 m
ClevulMd.Lv i1:S0it4:&am 10:4ft PM
gi'le Arl0:H 1:10 1:SSah
Dunkirk 110 ;) -m
Hufalo dia0ralfl:W 4:05
HuX. (Ti"rle)LvI 1:30 r B:00 A 11
HoruellvillAjS 5:41 , .'...8:85
Corntlm ':2 ...t:40
Klmire B:00 10:1
liiiiKhamtou.... 10:05 12:0 P u
New Yurk.i.ArTKIO A If ... 7:25P M
411:30p H6:00 a H
.11:40 AM 9:45 DlflPi
.0:15 1:40 p u ll:Wpx
.8:30 A II 5:30P M 8:80 PH
Clnso connections made at Columbus with
the Columbus lb Hocking Valley liailroad.
Through Ticket for sale at Athens.
figTPalace Pay and Sleeping; Cars
On All Trains.
For TiartlRiilur lntormation m reganl to
througli tickets, time, connections, etc., to all
points East, Went. North and South, apply to
or address E, FOKI), Columbus, Ohio.
E. 8. FLINT. (Jen. Suu't
General Agent, Columbus, Ohio.
Tassen ger A gent. Oil inn bus. Oh lo.
Ind., Cin. & Lafayette Railroad
Great Through Pasieiiger Railway
to all Points Wast, Northwest and
This lathe Short Line via Indianapolis.
The Great Through Mail and Express Pas
senger Lino to St. Louk, Kaunas City, St. Jo
seph, Denver, San Francisco, sad all uuints ia
Missouri, Kansas and Colorado.
Thu shortest and -only direct route to In
diaiiapolls, Lafayette, Terre Haute, Cam
bridge City. bpringlU'ld, luorIa, Burlington,
Chicago, Milwaukee, SU Paul, aud all points
in tho Northwest.
Tim Imlianaiwlis, Cluclunatl X Lafavetto
Raili-uad, with its connection;), now offers
pasHcngors more facilities iu Through Conch
and Sleeping Car Service than any other lino
from Cincinnati, having tho advuutago of
Tlirouh Daily I'va from Cincinnati to St.,
Louis, avaiisas City, St. Joseph. Peoria, Ilur
lliiglon, Chicago, Omaha, and all iutonuediato
points, presenting to Colonists aud Faniiliee
such comforts and accommodations as aro
afforded by no other route.
Through Tickets and Baggage Checks to all
Trains leave Cincinnati at 8:30 a. m., 5:15 p.
ih., and 7:80 p. in.
Tickots can- be oblainod at No. 1 Humes
House, corner Third and Vine, also, at Depot,
corner Plum and Pearl streets, Clnciunatl.
Ho sure to purchaso tickets via Indianap
olis, Cincinnati It Lafayette Railroad.
ti. L. HAUUINUElt,
Uen'l Ti Ag't., tin.
ST. LOUIS R. R.
0. a. V. DIVISIOS.
Time Tohlo To take effect at 1:45
A. v., Moa-
day, November Ud, W
ST. LOUIS R. R. GOING EAST.
' ' Kxd. 1
Morrow .-.v... 1
" (larksvlllu.. .
" M'ashiiigtun. ,
' " New Hollaud
" Circleville ....
' N. lAixington
10:00 a. m.
19:15 p. ui.
. 1:10 : . ,
. 8:11 "
. 9:67 "
. 4:80 "
.. BM ,
. 8:00 "
. 8:10 a.m.
, 11:5 p.m.
. 4:30 "
, 7:00 "
. 5:60 a. m.
1 :35 "
I)reili n Jim.
Leave I'lttliurg ..
W ashingtun ,
Leavo Drcdden Juno. 8:10 a.m.
" .anesvillo 9:00
" N. Lexington.' 9:69
" LancniiSer 11:00, "
' ( Irelevllle... 1S:00 in.
" Wllliiimsnort. l'J:Vip. m.
4:00 p. m.
5 :30 a. in.
isuw 1101 1 ana. u.vi ,
Washington ..' 1:18 '
Keusvlllo. j.. 1:50 " 7S1
" Wllmlnirtun.,. 9:10 7:45 "
Clarksvillo ... 9:89 ' 8:11 "
" Morrow 9:58 ' 8:40
Arr. Cincinnati 6:00 " 10:50 "
C. (J. WA1TE, Superintendent.
H. Mounts, Master Transportation.
Columbus & Hocking Valley R. R.
Short Line to the Lakes and tho North
TWO BSPIIE88TKAINS DAILY,
AS IOIIOWSI ,
Atlioni..... '., (:80a. m.
9:15 p. in.
A 1 live.
8:44 p. m.
Columbus 10:10 a. nu
PltUburgh 7S0 "
Indianapollt 8:50 "
Clii-gu.. ...... 1,. a.m.
Xenla ..." .19:88 p. m.
Sprlngfluld 19:15 p. in.
I av urn 1:85 ,
. Civile connection made at Lancaster for (Mr .
cloville, Zanesvllle and all poiuU on the ('In
cl'iiinti and Muskingum Valley Itallroiul,
Dlroifr cniiitectlnm mailu at Coliimliua I'm
DiiyUin, Spriiiglli'lil, Indianapolis, Chicago
ami all lm I lit West. Alio, lor I luvulunil,
Iluflnlii, 1'lltNbargh, and nil points K'at.
Take the Hocking ,Valur and Pan Handle
route to Chicago and tho aNi'tliwel It Is tliu
hiirtMk liv ulvtv-ilv inili.H. u-ivlnir iianbinirors
the litiicilt of ijtiickMr tlia aud lower rates
than liv any oilier line,
, , ,,.1 J, W, DOHEUTlf, Slip
ft. A Btiai t. Gur,i Tlchet Acufc