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TO AN rrITAAN uorc;Cm. I
Childa of the sunny South how low
Thy lot in this strang Western :and
Thy rounds with bagd fbook in band.
baests of winter chill thee, and
om's haughty banners were unfurled
To ouMt btees in stately pride;
Nor ag nor ook thy sire bore then.
Dut shield on arm. and at his aide
The trusty sword that taught all men
A leson ne'er forgot again.
Pleba? Eques? Senator? What boots
To ask from whihob ty stook did come?
Who sprang from either of these roots
Could boast "Civii Romanu sum.
The sun Lha set upon their glory.
Forgotten In the busy bum
Of modern ais; but yet their story
Comes to uds dn theages hoary.
And when I scan the gLowia page
That tels the tale o nobe mea
Of Csr's grus swor and pen.
Thes turn me from that time away.
And s thee in thy squalid weeds,
I feel 'tic true, as proverbs say.
every dog has but bhis day.
ROW A IO mortEL 1S UN.
The NysMeses of the 5ehemn as Revealed
by an Amast.
As a reporter was standing in the
once of one of the largest hotels in
Washington, talking with the proprietor
a day or two ago, the converation was
interrupted by a voice speaking in gruff
tones, "Say, can I sell you any nice quail
"I don't know," responded the hotel
man. "That will depend on the quailty
of the brids and how much you ask for
them. When did you shoot them, and
where are they now?"
"They are outside in my wagon, and I
shot them up in Montgomery county
this morning," replied the countryman.
"Well, take them down to my store
keeper, and if he wants them come back
here, and I will buy whatever he recom
The bird bhater walked briskly away,
and the Star man, turning to the host,
aidd "Do you buy your game to any
extent of local sportsmen?"
"No, not as a rule," was the reply, "but
once in a while, when they bring in
game which is fresh I take it."
"Do they ever try to fool you?" was
"They useed to, but I am too old a bird
to be caught by their chaf That man
claims to have shot those quail this
merning. I'll soon know whether his
allegations are correct. My storekeeper
will give the birds an examination, and
f they are as represented he'll let me
know about it."
"Do you use much game at the present
"Well, yes, although the real season
bus hardly began. Still I have now
allard, blue wing and red head duck,
wild turkeys and the smaller game
which abounds in this vicinity; that is
in a circle having a diameter, say of
forty miles. later in the year other
game, each yas young vension comes in.
We get very nioe venslon from Virginia."
"Wmhington must be a good game
"There is nom better. We can get
every dey. The diamond back
temapi, that d.ht at epicures and
the deliste canvas back duck are, per
haps, d more frequently here than
in say city, unle it may be New York.
I doubt if even there the onsaumptien
dtbhoastwodishe is greater than in
A vatr To am rrmac .
"If your time is not occupiedat present
have you say obection to revealing the
mysterles of your kitchen?"
"Oh.*!* If you will go with me we
will look at the interior arrsangements,"
sepild the genisl Beslace, who then led
the way tbrough a number of corriders
il p ga through a door, he en
did. "Here is the store-room."
Te reponer looked around over whst
semed to b ima disorderly array of
bees and barels, and chests ad draw
ea, out it was quickly manIet that
thee w perwb- system throughout,
and that everything was in its proper
"Yos se here thbe grocepry department,"
estinaed the keeper of the modern
bh ry, "n x is the china-ro00m, and
rther on is the meatroom."
Passing Ite the china room every ,
tlde in th hae nesd in the great house
esaldbe seen, the host explainig that
dlieaae were kept so that any lan by
beakage or other aecident could be in
endsy repaired. Stepping next into
tl met room, the observer afor an in
at hIt that he hsd walked into a kily
stocked butcher shop.
"Here," remarked the reporter's con
duootr, "all the meat is received aad
hnintilit is ready for the kitchen.
You lhse," he continued, "that our
mat eodsonly in the short lonlo J. -
daroi s ad in steand of ribe, f rofn
Ie the sheot liom the porterhouse
and siroin steks:only are taken--fI
ndeio steaks we buy the tenderlains
~ow about the old op oet ar
"om heb ra l~ om red
lug ea pivailsed ioe platets
w•ge inremeadn byee.
Snwho unra goese to em
homee Lavor , oldnotbahea pals
bb was the teesb e reapoas
uMA is met hbetser bh served is
sd the Wh k epin e gh mea re
mdt ihn ealy the p-astles has
L eY ue me ales £eh." the
agestee who notiled the mm ales
erw .b f lake M rout , ad e In
er. we the T hr the varos
"Mabof b n. iA~ ad panh,
.br W ssamin i t e raeast
&la ow an.ars.
M Shr the dy. Of
t web what hew il
bus been bought
- ed: ·
Sliar national characteristios or habite"
"Oh yes, that is one of the courtesiee,
indeed, I may say, one of the neceseities
which no wise host would omit."
"May I ask the peculiarities which
you have found most noticable?"
"When the French and German guests P'
of the Yorktown contennial were here be
they occupied separate dining-rooms, fo
and the difference between the two a
Icountries was strongly marked. The
Frenchmen were more formal and re
quired much attention in the service of 14
tbeir food. They seldom called for more th
than one dish at a time, while the Ger- w1
mans dined en familie and would call
for several courses and entrees at once.
The Malagaesy envoys, from Madagas- fo
car, were the mostpeculiar people whom vi
I have met. They eat no meat, except, lhi
perhaps, a little chicken or some similar
food. They were fond of fish and rice. TI
The latter they require every meal; at
breakfast, lunch, dinner and at midnight t
they ask for rice. The Siamese embassy
who, you will recollect, were here last
summer, were much more civilized and 8
were fond of American and European Z
dishes. Still they were never without
curry and other oriental foods."
"How does your chef know how much y
to cook? How can he calculate the num- b
ber of people for whom to prepare the
dinner?" was the inquiry. t
"Each morning we make our estimate
from the number of guests in the house, t
and guess at the probable number of ar
m rival-. For instance, we send to the ti
*r kitchen and estimate sufficient for two
a hundred people. On that amount we
r could easily feed two hundred and
twenty-fve persons, and it rarely hap-g
pens that our calculation goes as far as
that out of the way?"
I "Hew many employee have you who a
are connected directly with Lulinary de
r "Well, including the store-keeper, the
I steward, the head cook, the night cook, 1
and their various assistants, there are h
I about thirty men." I
"Do you have a separte cook for your a1
"Oh, yes! To a certain extent the
=. servants consume what is left from the
k guests' table, but that is not their princi
pal source of supply."
U "Do you do your own buying, or leave
it to the steward?"
, "Yes, I buy everything myself. Come n
around some morning at 6 o'clock, and fi
, I'll take you to market with me and u
Y show you how it is done."
By this time the office was reached
It again, and the hotel man's attention
having been called to a business matter,
i he bade the reporter "good-bye," and
the latter returned to his desk to write
a down his recollections of how a hotel is 81
managed. Washington Star.
n ROUGH BUT NOBLB. ii
f lew a Westarm arn m omad a Bellatie by
r a Courteml Aet*
ie "You will have to go into the forward
coach," said the conductor, as he tore of a
eoupon from a secondclas ticket, says the
SMinnesots Bazoo h
"But the tobacco smoke is so bad and I ii
n have such a headache," said the little wo.
s man timidly, and the pale face was raised
e "Can't help it, ma'am. Rles of the road F
reqaure pams hsvigsecondB-ela tek- t
Setastoride In the orwacd oah," was thei t
f nnpprmoesing reby a he l don. ma
r with a mustache.
. "Stay where you are, madam. You look "
n tired; ere, let me turn this seat over so you
canlledown. Putyourhead on this er it
a ere's my overeat; put it so" ad heha k
her nieely tked away beforese she could t
t Obyour ticket? All. k. akemlne' it's
ktoth ame place, arsla unllmltes. 1
love to moke. Always ride In the smoker,
Sanybhow." Andhe weat forwar. Diamer
wa sannouned in the dininar and the
big man csme bstl in insisted on oa
Sher hav dinner. Sobee 8e evidctlyU tl
_ thainkniIt improper to reveso mun h atI
terbnon from at~a "Kate Adams," cl
Sreadthe blg ma, oo at the name on tl
"Not Dick Adams' wife? You are? Well &
y--I Why, come here. I'll yoia t
WelIPI b--I I was just a
clm out to e him. Hard d ot nat tl
e and kind o' want to set im up
n thfe borrotto klo the "straw" l!na h
, _taking a vote of the p eagers e
d thepresitiqaml q son for a daily. ,
I USCULAB BAUiTIB.
Hew The, Keek In Aele, ta a, sadle
"What are we oming to saked alsa- e
, dy visitor at a gymnaium uptown de
voted to ladies.
The sight wns indeed inspiriting.
IYoung ladies with bulging muscles were
Sperforming feats of strength and agility
heretofore supposed to belong to thel
province of man. Half a dosen rowing
I machines were in active se.
S"Those are favorlites," aida lady at
tendant. "Very probably the ladies usne
Singthemhave just returned from the
n seaside or lake shore, and are rowing
to partly for amsoiation aske and and part-,
in- ly becaume this exercise is one of thel:
y best tobehad. If younoticeyoummt
have seen how women have improved
, at the oar."
Ad t the horiontal bars were trembling,
wirling and swinging beauties, who
I have also the skill to protect their beaun
. ty hom street insult.
"In fsct." asi4 the attendant, "women
Sare becoming mor self relint daily, anad
SI am not sure (this with a smile), bt we
or shall soon be able to transport the men.
Some of these ladies married, and
you may be eare the broom is discarded.
Itsno ur woman's weapon. Now,
watch the girl ~ranlt."
"5Mrcy I won't she fall and hurt her
sh "Not much; she's need to that act.
Now what do you think of our trapene
Soki apward, whence foated sil
S e.a h r were three inely-kalit
t rd aoma the o or, and theraea
ug Baranu's areas. This thought being
e O-h, ye; - lat rwaetere adr, with as
Mr. Barmummb bet ladytrapese prform
and she was as modest as he waso
ghed. 8he was our only profasinal;
these are amateurs, and are as
Smuch at home in Delmonico's bal-room
as they are here?"
"I sppose you have not introduced
giovefht? asked the visitor, with a
as smile which mid: VThat's an awtl fool
to ehave had no gne fights,
go but we have thes rdients
Of gloves, sad ladles with the skilito tue
m them. We opa new dasi next Tumes
ht dsy and wolde pleased tors you
d The esler wet sway wli a vivid
. mur~d ftthebweamdy pmat
A FUNNY PELLOW's FATe.
ls EIhth Wife. Who Had Celd Ar.o,
Gave aim Away.
Close by is the Church of St. Peter, I
part of which was built by Rupert away
back yonder in the sixth century. Be- ac
fore Rupert's tomb holy oil burns day Da
and night the year round. At the cor- the
ner of the church is Peter's cellar, where f"
I drank some excellent lager beer at
the very table where Haydn used to sit be
while composing his great oratorio of on
"The Messiah." After this I was ready S
for the old graveyard. Most ot the
vaults are cut in solid roak against the to,
high mountain side, and some of them loi
are the tombs of many generations. ha
There are two chapels here, one of them "
built in 1227, the other some time in the
twelfth century. High above is the to
chapel of St. Gertrude partly built into tic
solid rock and connected by almost per- th
pendicular stone steps with a cave, the 0
hermitage of St. Maximus. The tomb- ov
stones and crosses of this cemetery are t
very old and curious. In one place, close th
by the main path, I saw seven rusty iron
crosses, as tall as myself They used to a 1
stand in line, but the wind has played In
them rudely and long since tumbled ai
them out of plumb. These crosses mark be
the graves of the wives of a man who bil
murdered them, one after the other, by
tickling their feet. He was a much fun
nier man than Bret Harte, and I am pe
glad to be able to add that Nemesis over- fi
took him in the pereon of the eighth wife. di
She had cold feet; moreover she acci bd
dentally discovered his "little game,"
and forthwith denounced him to the ye
vigilance committee. People in those ea
days were punished according to local
arrangements. This particular Salzburg th
wit was taken into a room up in the in
Hohen-Salzburg, where, by mechanism, til
he was raised to the ceiling and then al- to
lowed to fall, with weights of 150 pounds w
attached to his ankles, down through a e%
trapdoor on to sharp spikes. Salzburg pl
Letter in San Francisco Chronicle. as
Never gAres. st
"Now this horse," said a gentleman
who was about to purchase the the animal
from an honest old farmer,V"is gentle, I
"Gentle as a dog." w
"Never runs away?"
"Never sees anything in the road to
shy at?" A
"Not a thing."
"Well, I'll take him."
When the gentleman went away, lead
inc the horse, some one remarked:
"Ain't that the horse you used to drive
"Well he used to shy at everything 0
"Well, doesn't he now?" c
e "Yes shies at everything he sees, but t
he don t see anything now. He's blind
I in both eves." Arkansaw Traveler.
r-_ _ - ci
Fr em the corpral.
From the Marine Barracks, Pensacola, tl
I Florida, ('orporal Ben. Bareer writes of ti
the benefits of Brown's Iron Bitters in tl
I that malarious region. He says: "I have b
used several bottles and must say I am
greatly benefited by using it. Several of
my comrades used Brown's lion Bitters
and you may rest assured they all think b
it is the greatest thing on earth." This w
kind of testimony comes from all quar- tl
ters concerning Brown's Iron Bitters-- Ii
the best tonic.
Why IWe WSI Leved. g
It is related of Mme. de Circourt, at
one time a reigning belle in Paris society
that her mother said to her: "My dear p
child, you are too ugly for anyone ever
to fall in love with you." From this time
SMme. de Circourt began to be very kind s
to the pauper children of the village, the ti
I servants of the household, even the birds
t that hopped about the garden walks.
I She was always distressed if she hap *
i pened to be unable to render a service. w
SThis good will toward everybody made si
•her the idol of the city. Though her
s eomplexion was sallow, her gray eyes
small ad sunken, yet she held in devo
tion to her the greatest men of her time. j
Her unfailing interest in others made a
hera it is msaid, perfectly irresiestible. "
Paris Figaro. _
I TbehenOiof oPl atrainssalid to be i
from two to thre hllngs. WhenthtrRin
is stopped by raoten these prce bice- t
comernewnst h-sted. I
Semi Teem Address On
A potal eard to W. J. Demorest, 17 14t St.
N. Y. sad yowill llve fre, by etrn
•mat, thlebest famiy mataa publshed.
l Bulwer ller his girl a poodle in his
Slove letters. He hid never owned a
good watch dog and was of course igno
Srant of their vlue. Detroit Free Press.
I- astvlnlpmaY'esIed IIou InIttlTI
reviving a. old rnch mlodrama in ., i
SInl and aree tracts. Lar Price. Leoa
Term to sattlers or ner-eslMdetm. Address
for particulars, W. U. PABDG, Fruits, Coe. I
In almost every case where a man has
Sfallen in love with a girl dressed in a
bathing suit and saterwards married her
-a divorce has followed within two years.
Detroit Free Prees
u- 3mws's r emebafTreeee for Coughb
ad molds: "The ou article of tbhe Lnd
wlt2h a done mo rservoe. I want noth
lar bette."--Bev. H. R.Crair, Otisvile, W. Y.
ond only In boxes
"You're not dancing Mim Sweet; are
a y aen e edY" Ohbir. Lyon, this is so
r adden-but witI'll sk mamma." In
his hurry to et dowstairs he sprained
his ankle, ad is now awaiting a suit for
Sbreach of promise. Boston Post.
It a wth mea than rtbas. for wlthout It
rl ehes eeot be s~e . Bowyw
arowtehat eahltlm ish t ic
er ods wotessee Imalln wog asheems the
w.l i rtere ac tre e nw enars.o
SmOst mnent elcstrli etineers, thinks
Sosoasotsn aad etr a ce aerYO n Am
ac beor, snt other Ktmraic AT Uases, s ma
tr.il ior-thirty days, o Nme (youn r old) at
I Sted wth a eyo debtlity om of ita t
ri 1 orlthrt ded, - o ma. t h ,tn loM ml
m-r ieasU CLetee
a to ighlaofr
A WISTERN POINT OF VIEW.
A emtieaUsam the C.aampet to lung
speak, Glve His Optatma on Matters of
Uivrseal Impertaane. acti
During the past year over 3,000,000 rupl
acres have been entered in Southern spes
Dakota and 160 postolices establishedi coni
the daily newspapers have increased auns
from forty three to sixty three, and be r
weeklies from 160 to 243; emigratiek is dai
pouring in at a rapid rate; a nation is "Go
t being born in a day; and a short time gist
f only can elapse before two or three large
States will grow out of this land of the like
The Rev. Stewart Sheldon, of Yank
ton, Superintendent of Home Missions *
for Southern Dakota, a gentleman who som
ha.4 lived in the Territory for the past ly to
sixteen years, has traveled over it many eds,
times and is fully competent to give apet
trustworthy opinion, is very enthusias- pile
tic over Dakota's prospects. "Look at ten
the area of the State," he exclaims, "160,- pen
000 square imiles. Enough to make Strs
over three New Englands, to make
twenty eight Connecticuts; tc hold all on
· the inhabitants of the world with only r
sixteen and a fraction to the acre; to put Frq
a belt around the globe six miles wide.
j In a single year 1,500 miles of railroad T
are built, and on a single frm 1,200,000 mat
k bushels of wheat were raised; its possi- pou
bilities are almost boundlees."
"How about the planting of churches?" L
"It keeps pace with the needs ofthe is ri
people. In my own denomination about ade
fifty organizations have been effected
during the past year, and other religious
bodies have probably done equally well."
"May I ask what originally brought *
you to this new country with its neces- A
e nary hardships?" bro
I "First, the pursuit of health; Secondly, and
g the great and growing field for religigas n
influence. I am on the road most of the con
time. As you know, " is not an easy .
task, and were it not for a circumstance
Is which I believe saved my life, I should
even now be compelled to forego the
g pleasure I find in being instrumental in
an humble way in doing some little
"Would you be willing to publicly
state your experience?"
"Yes, sir! If you care to publish the
l matter in your paper, for the good of the
public, I will give you a written state
ment." And suiting the action to the
word, the Superintendent i:nniediately
wrote out the following.
Rzv. D. B. Cos, Hon. Secretary.
Rzv. M. M. BAsaows, } Secretaries
Ray. J. B. CLan S, t
to Rv. A. H. CLArr, Taznsutan.
AxsErcAN Hoan MISSIONARY Socwrr,
BrmL House, Nuw YosR Crry.
RBv. Srswa r SLaaDoN.
SurxsurrxDiar Fon DAKOTA.
YAoxsoN, DAKOTA, September 26,1884.
To whom it may concern:
This is to certify that [ have used
Warner's Safe Core and Safe Pills more
or lees for a year past and I find them
g to be most excellent remedies. They
seem to do the work when other medi- I
cines fail. I have reason to believe that t
they have saved my life and it gives me l
pleasure to commend them to others.
For liver complaint, general debility
and constipation, they have been a spe
cific in my own case, as they have been
to others to whom I have recommended
a, them. It gives me pleasure to add my
of testimony to the many already given, in
in the hope that others afflicted as I have
re been, may experience like benefit.
m Ruv. Sruw zr SaHwDOx.
of - -
e Endorsement from such a source is
Lk but another proof of intrinsic merit, and
is we give this to our readers solely for I
r- the good they may derive from it, be.
lieving heartily in its worth, and un
qualifiedly enlloring the reverend gen
tleman, and the work in which he is en
at A little town up inew York has a skat
ing rink that they call "Niagara." Itis sap
ty posed that they call it thatbecause the pe.
Ir ple go there tosee the "falls."
ir A CARD.-To all who are suering rom er
roe s and lldlaoietionsot youth, nervousweaki
ness, early decay, loss of r nhood. c. I will
d send a reclpe that will ac e you. FRE OF
CHARGE This great rem ly wasdlscovered
eby a mislonary in South America. Send self
addressed 3n -ope to Rtv. JosuL '. IuMMs.
,a'fn, D.. ne )'ork
A southern ew the otherday soke
P of the needof a " uvi dspatin," and
ewas obli to ris eer in its next is
le ta t mant jn
Weemhth ntwo e wen ur a uge of
Ths mmblatrt Weed nd Bof dart Weed adhe
SBelladomnsaissmthit, sad ritshald
i toad a ~ the Bahethat will ot
eeamt a fdr wwo er tre weems openg.
Seed ay r ans or adet by mel
Aab iro is e o b re h~ rrn rt oellar,
De embr or the r al t of bth ldiui an
ow of ohe a Caon tore eleStatersaroa
all delotN s wa Evlut e belsear far es
vrf . to hdeed is th ori o o .
i. Hlack unad ie kee rooms oape
81· nies s itkLa a oa eax tmmetr
for15. bums "ftl. Dmaa
ISmateaBy aowe permeaty ie m and U
A~i irsto be ein Nfolk, V., in
bsm er Polub relief of e sodie and
zaorot I tse t te nfderat 8tr tei amy
Sad navy wbo ares des t0t wiiresiusamaee.
are ' a toR iabN hY es eae s o v maa
trda im worm as eove t he
R le tmllP#, , iw
Brlaks Ohanso oal im o nU
- OP TSrATpetly reied bi Unit., sae
se tloheS tbYOUR HAeRNe -s a eior aw
lots Untita e e w ail mak1.
erro r. Sb al haeuma--isr
lyle -U*5i3Shai-- .
Is it Relly CoeaawloaeD
Many a case supposed to be radical spm
lung disease is really one of liver com
plaint and indigestion, but, unless that I
diseased liver can be restored to healthy Drug
action, it will so clog the lungs with cor- roer
ruptina matter as to bring on their "
speedy decay, and then indeed we have ..s
consumption, which is sctofula of the rintg
lungs, in its worst form. Nothing can
be more happily calculated to nip the MN
danger in the bud than is Dr. Pierce's favo
"Golden Medical Discovery." By drug- a e
George Eliot says of matrimony: "It is lu
like bad medicine-nasty to take and sure to Win
* * * * Cancer of the lower bowel
sometimes results from neglectcel or bad
ly treated piles. By our improved meth- wi
ads, without knife, caustic or salve, we Lad!
e~peedily and permanently cure the wor.t is m
pile tumors. Pamphlets, references and
terms, two letter stamps. World's Dis- "Re
pensary Medical Association, 663 Main
Stre'-t, Buffalo, N. Y.
There are those who believe that if a per
son given to drink takes an orange before eI
breakfast he will be temperate that day. Con
To break up colds, fevers and inflam- rJ
matory attacks, use Dr. Piecee's ('om- styli
pound Extract of Smart-Weed. S
Love is blind, and often, when the girl
is rich and ugly, it isonly a blind. Phil
Ir tA the 'sworlte Househol
..'ts o 0sb. wod.. celli.
PUus d . losset. al nd Skin dLa
i.. m e.L - saOSýe..,B I atMw wa l as.
A young girl at Montreal had two ribs
broken last week. thanks to tight lacing
and an enthusiastic lover. The young
man must have been a veritable beau r .
o- - hull
o d all who lead seder lives.
,and asstionat tm hT
Itdoh t dinurs, e nt ug Ie i puahe(or
peodt -hi..on i i p k.o 1-- 7O and .W esleq ..
Itenemrihead purle te bMood, tmimuala·t
the atita, aids the a lDiasesesn of food, the
lieve Heartburn and Belching, and strength- a
ens the muscles and nerves.
For Intermittent Fevers Lassitude, Lack of
Energy, &c., it has no equal.
4i The renuine has above trade mark and
ermaed red lines on wrapper. Take no other.
sort s r h m 55 Q , UA., ause, us.
~ TOMAC I
I e Ile a ver( cmiasat, l te
aqeaj, e., fee.
e emas y l e DPag meg
a. am ,. smAMnA , nun, aR, W .
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an d otherIntermittent Fevers, the rTerro~
]PaElizir of Callusy," ~made by
OwU. Hasard & Co., New York,and sold by a] <a
Drug is the best tonic: and for patients re
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"OUvGl ON ITCH"cu er hukmor,. .ruptioas, I.
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Entire and Absolute ncceees. I di
SMaj. John C. Whitner, of Atlanta, well and mon
favorably known all over the United States as Dir
a General Insurance Agent, says: "I used this
remedy before the war on a large plantation me
in a great number of Cases. always with abso- by
Treatise on the Health and Happiness of wet
Woman mailed free. BitT
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Box "t., Atlanta, Ga.
Mild of Athens. "I
What is the difference between this noted
L.ady and Carbolhnethe great hair producer? N
Answer:-One is "Mald of Athens" the other the
is made of Petroleum, both came from Grease. p
"KOUGH ON CORN , " 1e. Ak for it. Completes
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who wish to learn
send your name and
leppy, Engineer. Bridgeport,
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'"I was taken sick a year ago
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I shrunk !
From 228 lbs. to 120 ! I had been doc
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I did not expect to live more than three
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Directly my appetite returned, my pains left
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Dublin, June 6, '81.
"Malden Mass.. Feb. I, ItO0. Gent lrtnen
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No medicine or doctor e,"ulld ive me re
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"The first bottle
Nearly cured me;"
The second made me as well and strong
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"And I have been so to this day."
My husband was an invalid for twenty
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"Pronounced by Boston's best physi.
1 "Incurable !"
SSeven bottles of your Bitters cured him
and I know of the
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And many more are using them with great
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How TO GET SICK.-Expose yourself day
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work too hard without rest: doctor all the
time:; take all the vile nostrums adtlrtised.
and then you will want to know how to get
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g"None genuine without a bunch .of green
Hops on the white label. Shun all the vile,
poisonous stuff with "Hop" or "Hops" in their
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