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A STORY OF THE WAR.
&KNOR1TA LOPEZ AN I HAW HER
Tlie llandNomcKt Hpv in the Federal Arniv
When the Senoriti Marie Lopez mud<
her appearance in Atlanta during th<
siege she created quite a sensatior
among the gallant young officers wht
were lighting nil day and dancing al
night. The scnorita was pretty. Sh<
had that dark Spanish beauty whicl
has a certain lurid deviltry about it
Her flashing eyes seemed to look right
through a man, and her manner of llut
tering a fan was too eloquent for any
thing. Just where the Scnorita Ix>pc;
came from no one knew. She said thai
f /im ? "*VT ..... / \?l ??X.
t!V4 iiiUiVl, II ICIU^Uf, WU!
in Richmond, and that in rctnrnint
from a visit to friends in Charlestoi
she had received instructions to await
his arrival here. Of course this ex
planation was satisfactory, and if then
had been any doubts the young lady'i
glittering diamonds, bright eyes, ant
ardent Confederate principles woult
have won the day.
We were not entirely given over t<
sackcloth and ashes during the seige
Balls and receptions took place almost
every night, and there were, varioui
amateur entertainments. In all the fes
tivities of the time the charming Span
ish senorita bore her part. She was tin
acknowledged belle of the siege, ant
y her almost reckless daring completely
fascinated the o:licers, from" the gen
erals down. One thing about >lari<
Lopez delighted us. Federal shells hat
no terrors for her, and when othei
ladies shrieked and ran unceremonious
lv from their visitors to nlunure into i
bomb-proof, this brilliant and fearlesi
creature would simply clap her lmndi
and inako some scornful remark abou
the wretched aim of the Yankee gun
ners. After our fortifications arounc
the city had been nearly completed, tin
senorita rode out every day with soin<
of her military admirers to view tin
works. This wils rather perilous
Stray bullets and shells were alwayi
whizzing by, and it was a commor
thing to see a general or a colonel dodg<
behind a tree. Hut it was soon notiecc
that the senorita never even ducked he;
proud little head. She would sit hei
horse like a statue, and laugh in dcri
sion when her escorts proved them
selves unable to stand the racket.
"Oh, I would give anything to be i
soldier!" she said one day, after look
ing through Colonel Blank's field glass
"I would glory in the opportunity o
t showing ncn how to fight and die for i
Perhaps this was too intense, to<
bombastic, but in those days every
thing we wrote and spoke was in thi
fervid strain. So the senorita's tall
provoked no comment, except a tribut
One tiny our heroine passed me at !
gallop on lier way bat;k from the breast
works. Something white fluttere<
down from her riding habit. I pieke
it up, but the lady was out of sight
riding like the wind. Thoughtlessly
allowed the paper to come open. "NVha
I saw troubled me not a little. I sav
traced out in detail the plan of full]
half of our forts and trenches. Th<
paper also contained the location of cer
tain government buildings, and an esti
mate of our forces.
There was but one thing to do.
hated to get a pretty woman into trou
ble, but 1 had to do my duty. In ai
hour's time the paper was in the hand
of the provost-mashal. The next day
was brought face to face with Marii
Lopez. The hearing was iu private
and a circle of colonels and majors sa'
around the accused, frowning at me a:
^ if 1 had been guilty of some crimina
act. When I related the circumstance:
attending the finding of the paper, tin
little Spaniard looked at the officer
with a merry smile.
"I thine," said she, "that you don'
care to hear from me. I will say, how
ever, that 1 ncvcrN saw the paper, ant
therefore could not have dropped it
The young man perhaps found it, but hi
could not have seen me drop it." Shi
smiled sweetly 011 the provost-marshal
"Ahem!" said that individual
"There must be some mistake here. W<
do not doubt your fidelity, sir, but w<
had better hear no more of this."
I was dumbfounded and abashed
Knowing very little about the ways o
the world, I hastily retired, thanking
my stars that I had saved my head. Ii:
, a day or two the Senorita Lopez disap
pearcd. Her lovers did not have tim<
to mourn her loss, because Slocum'i
corps crossed the Chattahoochee, ant
our forces had to get out in a hurry
But I was destined to see the Senoriti
Many of us failed to follow Hood'i
army south. We were whirled abou
in such a vortex of confusion that wi
were glad to escape with our lives
Among other flotsam and jetsam I was
thrown beyond the Federal lines
Stranded in Nashville, at that time i
'vast military camp, I felt badly enough
I couM not go South, and I could nol
get a pass to go North. One night '
went to the theatre. During one of the
scenes there was a buzz, and peoplt
| stood up to look at a man in the dress
circlc just above my head. Finally, ]
' rose, as somebody said:
"He is the most successful guerilh
/ and spy on the Union side."
I stood up until my face was on a
level with the railing of the dresf
| It was a wonder that I didn't faint
Looking calmly, mockingly, into mi
j eyes was the handsomest man I eve
I'; Qfl W II n tt?r% n J * ? ? ?^ T A. A ? ?'? -
- . ijlv* tiih uivb9uu 111 u l^llkcnil^
if uniform, and wore diamonds. Tha
I dear cut, dark face, those burning
I eyes, the slight scar jnder the left ea
wBV ?there could be no mistake.
V 1 seized my ovcrcoat and rushed ou
I of tho door just in time to hear the al
4 leged Senorita Lopez say in a voice lik<
4'Arrest that man/'
B* A wave of darkness came over me
An officer caught me by the arm.
B' . felt that I was lost. If the senorita wai
W not only a man, but an enemy, I had n<
R mercy to hope for.
Efc- There was- a sudden tumult, a wiU
H; cry of fire, and then a crowd surges
down the stairway. When I picke<
Hj myself up the officer who had arreste<
me lay on the sidewalk with a fractured
skull. I limped quietly away, and ?
took the outgoing train for liouisville. ^
. I had no passport and trusted to luck.
"Passes, gentlemen," shouted a very
sloepy lieutenant, as he passed through
the car. I kept my head bowed down,
with my hat over eyes.
i "See here, show your pass," said the
1 A gruff man behind me spoke up and
"You don't want to see it twice. Ho
1 showed it to you a minute ago."
1 "Beg pardon," said the soldier,
slightly confused. He went and I was
safe at last.
I have never seen the senorita since,
and I have no desire ever to meet her
or rather him, agaiu. The cold-bloodcd
follow would have had me shot as a
' ; spy beyond a doubt if it luid not been t
> i lor my lucky escape at the theatre.?
J AthinUi (Oa ) Constitution. t
* MADE BUND IN A NIGHT. '
| One of the Incidents in tlie Lcgnl Struggle
for linte TowiihcuiI'h Money.
A dispatch from New Orleans says: .,
' For more than a year the lawyers have
been wrestling over the estate of Kate
s Townsend, one of the most notorious of
tbe American demi-monde, whose death
~ at the hands of her pai amour eonsti- .
| tutcd one of the criminal sensations of
the day. The struggle between her and
Troisville Sykes was unseen by other
ryes, lie swore that she threatened
^ him with a knife and that he wrested it
from her; that she then pointed a pistol
at him and he stabbed her to save his (
~ own life. She was knowu to be a vio,
lent woman at times, and he was known
^ to be very much afraid of her. lie was f
t acquitted.* She left about a quarter of j
a million of dollars and had made him
I her heir. He had already disposed of
, some of her property when a woman
* came upon the scene who claimed to be
\ Kate Townsend's sister, and the "Kate
* 11 - I I 1
i uniiovuvi ^uwuuoniuii uum; wua uuguil. j
j When it will end nobody can guess,
j There have been some extraordinary ,
; incidents in the midst of the wearisome
j proceeding. One of the latest witnesses
r was a woman by the name of Emma
r White, who had been a servant in the
. house of Susan Moore some ye irs ago,
. and she was called upon in the course 1
of her testimony to describe the %fate of J
^ Ida Moore, one of its well-known inmates.
She said that Ida Moore was a
young and bcauti^Aurl, whose merry 1
j disposition had troops of dis- j
% sipated admi.crs. ^^nc morning the .
witness entered her room to summon
her to breakfast. She had been per- ]
* fectiy well the day before. She was
still sleeping when witness called lier. 1
* and exclaimed when roused that it was '
v ridiculous to call her bo early--that it 1
L> was not yet daylight. In truth it was
late in the morning, but the witness 1
thought her mind was wandering and 1
* left her for a little time. When she i
* went again to the room a flood of sun- '
1 light was pouring in at the window and
* the noise of rushing vehicles came up
I from the street below. Ida Moore was
nervously listening to these sounds
v when the witness approached the bed
? and asked her if she was ill. "Oh, m'y
II God !" was the despairing reply, "I am
" blind! I am blind !"
And so it was. She had been stricken
that night with absolute blindness and
* none could exnlain the eausn. Witness
" A^cnt on to tell of the excitement that
1 this event created among the demis
monde, and of the sympathy which led
* to the contribution of a liberal sum for
e sending Ida Moore- to her frjends in
Troilville Sykes has been a witness
? in the case in the past few days. Considerable
curiosity existed to see him,
* and the court room was crowded. lie
~ is forty-six years of age and dresses
3 elaborately. lie told, without a
t tremor, of his meeting with Kate
Townscnd when she was a girl of nineteen
and had been but four days in the
country; of her remarkable beauty,
^ which he described at length, even to
* the color of her eyes: of his efforts to
teach her teread and write, and of their
relations up to the night when he killed
Beyond Earthly Aid.
f A LITTLE CHILD'S TKKKIBLE AFFLICTION
> THAT BAFFLES MEDICAL SKILL.
A letter from Youngstown, Ohio,
j says:?For two years a little daughter
^ of a poor blacksmith has suffered with a
lerrible affliction, which can only end
"t in her death. The child, Hatrie Stanley,
is but eight years of age. Her 1
physicians pronounce it a new case, 1
* and are utterly unable to deal with it.
She is slowly but surely being trans2
formed into a mummy. In October,
* 1884, she was attacked with infiamma9
tory rheumatism. This left the heart
* weak and the blood refused to circulate
1 to her finger tips. A gangrenous con
dition of these parts followed. The
j child complained of an awful burning
J sensation in the hands, as if her fingers
5 had been held over a brazier. For five
5 -i ' - * 1
unys sue Kept up a constant screaming
| and was only quieted by large doses of
opium. The left foot was next attacked,
and now she complains of the right.
1 The fingers of both hands are black and
are crumpled up under the knuckles.
1 On the back of the hand where the dead
} flesh joins the living the skin is bright
red aud covered with fresh scabs.
'* One of the joints of the little finger
f has dropped off, and the thumb and
r forefinger of the hand have dried altor
gethcr. Until within a few days she
t could hold a light spoon with the thumb
' and finger of the left hand, but now
r this power has left her, and the only use
of her hands is to raise a cup between
1 the fleshy parts of her thumbs to her
- lips. By reason of the confinement tho
8 child's body is greatly reduced. Her
face, though strong and Bright, is
pinched and deformed by suffering.
. The neighbors believe she is afflicted
I with leprosy, and they avoid the house.
8 The mother spoke lovingly of her babe.
? She has nursed her for over a year and
cared for her most tenderly. No wish
1 of little Hattie that can be granted it
1 denied. Nothing but a mother's care
1 could have prolonged the child's exist1
ence to long. V / '
> f'r' \ i.V i'.Y * '
- r.' " " ' '
Always complain of being very tired,
ind remember ihut nobody else ever gets
Your wife should buve everything in
'eadincss for you, but you should do
lothing for her.
When your wife asks you for money
five her a nickel; ask her what she wants
vith it, and when she tells you, ask her
f she can't do without it. Then go down
;own and spend ten times the amount for
:igars, for they are a necessity.
Go down town of an evening, stand on
he street corners and talk politics; it's
nore interesting than to stay at home
vith your family.
Charge your wife not to gossip, but you
;an spin all the yarns you wish.
Have your wife gut up and make fires,
>ut don't get up yourself until the rest
>f the family are eating breakfast, as you
night catch cold.
Wear old clothes and make yourself as
intidy as possible until your wife's health
ails; then it would be best for you to fix
lp a bit, for in all probability you will
vant another when she is gone.
Couldn't Stop that Boy.
Ilomcyn, a boy aged five, converses
vith his friends of equally mature years
"My pa is going to get me a goat."
"Iv'e got twenty go;.' "
"Where are they?''
* 'Oh thnvVo in "Mn?r in
>apa's office, 'course.''
"Why don't they bring them here?"
A |>ause. Finally Romcyn speaks:?
"I saw Anthony's Nose last summer."
"I saw Anthony himself."
"Anthony's Nose is a vock, and it broke
)1T and fell into the water."
"I saw it fall."
Homeyn's mother, an interested listen;r,
at this point deemed it expedient to
nterpose with a moral lesson.
"Why, Fairchikl," said she, "did. you
lever hear of Ananias and Sapphira?"
"I knew them both."
"You know, Fairehild, they were struck
lead.for telling lies."
"Yes, 1 saw them at ruck."
"Fairehild, do you know where they
vent? They went to hell."
"I know it. I saw them go."
The Hotel Bore.
A bore in a hotel caught the laugh in
i style he richly merited after he had worked
the dozen or more gentlemen sitting
iround with his loud and incessant gab:>le.
He had lumled his chair about the
room, delivering his ideas at the closest
possible range, and was just closing the
list upon a demure looking gentleman
juried in a newspaper. The man had
lost his right arm and wore a false one.
The nuisance planted his chair immedi]fnlv
in fnmt 1.5? ?VI
4VX.IJ Jit A i UUb \>1 UIIU UI1U |)1U1I^UU JIllU
[>ne of his inane harangues. The annoyiince
was tolerated for a few minutes,
when, with a stealthy movement, tho
quiet man unfastened the attachments of
the false arm and it fell to the floor. The
garrulous hore checked his tongue aghast,
and with feigned horror his victim started
to his feet exclaiming, "Man, you have
ruined me; you have talked my arm off!"
Amid screams of laughter the hore leaped
from his seat and fled.
Hiciug a Mistreat.
The process of hiring a mistresss is conducted
by the nineteenth century cook ir
the following manner: Scene?Madume'j
boudoir. Enter cook. Madame rises and
timidly offers her seat. Cook takes it.
and madame remains standing.
Cook?"Good-morning, ma'am, leallee
to sec if I'd take the place. How inaj
are yez in family?"
Madame ? "Just four." '
"May the Lord look sideways on us*
What a lot to cook for! . What wages?'1
"Twinty, is it?" Twinty dollars! Twinty
nothin'! What do you take me for?'
Madame smiles apologetically, and refrains
from a roplj*.
"Well, we'll call it thirty, and I'll consider
it. Any children?"
"That sittles it. No baby in mine.
I'm sorry for ycr, ma'am, but ver won't
suit at all."
The exercise of civility costs one nothing.
It calls for no sacrifice of time,
money, or interest. There is nothing to
consume or fatigue one in this delightful
exercise. It is the spontaneous flow of
pood affections, and consists in those little
offices of kindness which can be discharged
without trouble, and leave no
loss or inconvenience behind them.
The reading of romauces will always be
the favorite amusement of women; the
old peruse them to recall what they have
e.\])uricnucu; ine young to anticipate wiiat
they wish to experience.
Six gold medals have been given to St.
Jacobs Oil at World's fairs and expositions,
for being the best pain-cure. It is,
itself, better than gold. It cures rheumatism
and every other painful trouble. It
The man who takes a hint is not necessarily
No depressing effects from Red Star
Cough Cure. No nausea, no danger of
poison. Safe, speedy, sure. Only twentytive
Laced boots arc said tn hnvfl mnw crrnro
on a lady's foot. *?
Science is ArPKOAcnrwa the cure of
connumption?a disease caused by a deposit
from the blood of impure matter in
the lungs. For stimulating to healthy
action the spleen, liver, kidneys and
organs skin, which remove waste and
poisonous matter, no Remedy is equal to
Dr. Walker's California Yinroar Bitters.
Coon hunting is the rage now in Missouri
It la not certain that the wreck found op
Mount Ararat is the remains of Noah's Ark;
but we are certain that Allen's Look Balsam
will core coughs and colds, and save the many
wrecks from the ravages of consumption we
see nowra-dars. All druggists sell the Balaam
Price, 26c., 50c. and $1 per bottle.
The ecaluiscleansed and excited to a healthy
action by Hair* Hair Renewer.
In Consumption, the disposition to cough is
illminished by taking Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Counterfeit thousand-dollar bills are getting
very common. Look out for them.
Victory nt I<ast.
Consumption, the greatest curse of the age,
the destroyer of thousands of our brightest
und best, is conquered. It is no longer incurable.
Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery"
is a certain remedy for this terrible dispose
If taken iu time. All scrofulous diseases?
consumption is a scrofulous affection of tho
Iuiilts?can h? curori liv It.. TIr ?>fF?>rls in din
eases of the throat aiid lungs nre little le^s
than miraculous. All druggists havo it.
The stove, like the toper, is always ready for
the opening draught in the morning.
Too well known to need lengthy advertisements?Dr.
Sage*8 Catarrh Remedy.
A hay window is a legal question whether
built over a passage way or a man's eye.
having the Lnwycr*.
"The first thing wo do, let's kill all the lawyers."
This is rather a blood-thirsty proposition,
which we modify by offering to cure this
I worthy class of people. Most of them suffer
in common with nearly all others of sedentary
hub.ts), from the injurious effects of dyspepsia,
indigestion, piles, loss of appotite, and
at tier ailments caused by a constipated habit
uf the body. I)r. Pierce's "Pleasant Purgative
Pellets" eradicate all these disorders in
promptly removing the cause thereof, and induce
a rare degree of comfort and health.
The orguinette and the cigarctle closely resemble
each other in that they both go by a
For dyshkpsia, indigestion, depression of
spirits, general dcbilit y in their various forms, i
alsnasa preventive against fever and ague ami I
at her intermittent fevers.the "Ferro-Phosphor*ted
Elixir of Cajisaya." made by Caswell, II azird
& Co., Ne?v York,and sold by all Druggists,
-sthe best, tonic: and for patients recovering
'rom fever or other ?irknes-? it. has no equal.
Have used Dr. liigolow's Positive Cure in my
.'amily as a general cough medicine. One of
liy children was quickly relieved of a severe
ittack of croup by it. I cheerfully recommend
it. 11. L. Covkll., Grand Kapids, Michigan.
Uncle's Fat Wife.
Why is the letter i> like uncle's fat wife go
ntr up nine it maKcs tun pant (aunt), una
.ooling off loo soon produces coughs and colds.
Taylor's Cherokee KeraciU'y of Sweet (ium and
Mullein will cure her..
I cheerfully recommend Red Clover Tonic
to those suffering from troubles of the stomach
and liver. 1 am now on my second bottle, and
it makes mo feel like a new man. C. M. Connor,
Lyon's Patent Heel St i(Tenor is the only inrention
that will make old boots straight as
Relief is immediate, and a cure sure. Piso's
Remedy for Catarrh. fiO cents.
Second Avenue parsons allow a discount on
i wedding fee if the girl hns cold feet.
How to Shorten Life.
The receipt is simple. You have only to take
a violent cold, and neglect it. Abernetliy, the
great English surgeon, asked a lady who told
him she only had a cougli: "What would
you have? The plague?" Beware of "only
coughs." The worst cases can, however, b?
cured by Dr. Wm. Halj/s Balsam fob th?
Lungs. In Whooping Cough and Croup ii
immediately allays irritation, and is sure to
prevent a fatal termination of the dibcase.
Sold by druggists.
Yale alumni are collecting subscriptions for
J v new KymiiHsium to cost $1(10.0(10.
' TRADEvn/ MARK.
Free from Opiate*, Emetic* and Foimott.
At dbuoomt* awn diilhu.
the charlk8 a. toflf.lkb ro., baltimore. mp.
W Cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
I A 8* |J#||n Barkarkr, ilrailarhs, Toothack*,
P I fl I Wr 4m III SireliM, HrtiUra. etr? rtr.
I III I fl III PKIOE. FIFTY CENTS.
W Mill at dkuhiusts ami dealers.
TRE CHARLES A. YOUELER CO.. llAl.TIWOUR. MD.
tri i ncLiumHi
OR SKZIT CANCER.
For seven yearn I suffered with a cancer on mj
face. Eight nionthR ago a friend recommended tho
use of Swift's Specific, and I determined to make anteffort
to procure it. In this I was successful, a nd
began Its use. The Influence of the mcdlclne at flri>t
was to somewhat aggravate the sore ; but soon _ie
Inflamatlon was allayed, and I began to Improve
after the first few bottles. My general health has
greatly Improved. I am stronger, and am able to do
*ny kind of work. The cancer on my face began to
decrease and the ulcer to heal, until there Is not ?\
vestige of It left?only a little scar marks the place.
Mrs. Joicik A. McDonald.
Atlanta, Ga., August 11,1885. \
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases malled'free.
iuk awin orKt'iFiu v>u.t x/r?wor ot AimuvA, utu
N. Y., 157 W. asd St.
FOR COUGHS, CROUP AND
OF SWEET fiUM AID MULLEIN.
Thft ftilfinf finm f?n? a iv^n i>f tli i> > mbima
(rowing In the South, Combined with ft tea. mid#
from the lfnlleln plant of the old field*. For sale
by ftll drucalata atKeanu end *1.00 per boltie.
WALTKE A. TAYLOR* Atlanta, Ga.
Cleanses the HeadLK^f^MBM^rll
Relieves Pain at HE>ft]
flammation. Heals KL
. Taste and Smell
A Positive Cure.
A pftitlele la ftpnlied Into U AY bt if Bi V ,
MO nostril- PriMfifacta at ' I | U|UI
dni*?iata or bv mail. 8?d<1 for circular.
LL.Y BROTEKKH. Dracgiata, Owego, N. Y.
Tk? Orffcfmal w? Only Ctoavla*.
CHILLS AND FEVERS
PAIN IN THE BACK & SIDES
KIDNEY AND LIVER
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
The Genuine has Trade Mark and crossed Red
Lines on wrapper.
TAKE NO OTHER.
PLAID SHAWL GIVEN AWAY!
jil Through the failure of a 1 sirj;e manofrf
lurrr of C:\?hmcrc Miuxvln*
ibt.v has conic into our hands h large
eoDP^tnent cf Plaid Shawl*, perfect
goodn, which we propose to prcaent to
i^e ladies in the following manner:
Send u i !?5o. for 8 mo*. mihk*ripii.uih'
Farm and 11 o u ? e ! i o I d? n
we will 5*-'ml ? shawls and 5 subscriptinns
to ono address for ft.00.
I awwr r a. AMai /? ?' iav/JUX/,
I CURE FITS J
Whtn 1 ??y euro i do ij?t mean uieroiy to stop loom mr
fctlrao and then ha*o them return op.i!n, I menu a radical
cure. I have maile tho dl?cu?o of FITS. KI'II.KPSTT
or FALLING SICKNESS a lifelong rtiuty. Iwarrniitmj
remedy to cure tho worat cuso*. llern.ii?a othora tanvo
failed 1? no raaion for not now receiving o enro. Co nil at
once for troailie and a Freo Bottle of my lnfalllblo
remedy. OIto Erpr?i>? anil I'oat umce. It co?ta yoa
botblnir mr a trial, anil I will euro you.
Udrate Dr. 11. O. llOOT. is* Pearl St. New "iorit.
No Rops to Cut Off Horses' Manas. kV
Celebrated ?ECI^IPSK? HAI/TEIt M
and ItltlDLE Combined. cannot
be Slipped by any horse. Samplo rW
Halter to any part of U. S. freo, 011
receipt of $1. Sold bv all Saddlery. /iKfjUNtf
Hardware and I la rue*8 Dealer*.
Special discount to the Trade. Jc^&KrVvl
" J? C.'UGHTHOUBE, V V
Itochcutrr, X. Y. < , *mi ?
I ASTHMA CURED!
1A Uerman Anthiua Care never /a(<? to give
' * imrrtf diatn relit/ in the worxt cawi, ln*arc? comfortable
fleep; ?ffccts rureo wln-re all others full. A
trial convince* the mnil skeptical, l'rlce f?0 eta. and
1 -OO, of DragglM* or by mail. Samjili) KKKK forH
tamp. BR. iL KOIUFFMAX. St. I'nul. Mtnn.
CORES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS. PST
Best Contfh Syrian. Y:ist?s good. Use KS
In time. Sold bv druuGrl.His. jlf
IIKKII.ITY VVKHALK#W DECAY.
A lifoexperieicc. Ueutrktble ?nd quick ccrep. Trial paok?
nyi. Send Hump for ?calcd particulars. Addrm,
Dr. WARD A CO., LOUISIANA, HO.
WANTED Ladles mill Gentlemen tc
?M<MaS t* k. < lie tit work at theit
own homes. 81 to 8' ? a day easily made.
Work sent by mall. No canvassing VV?
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DROP S Y
DR. H. H. GREEN,
A Specialist for Eleven Years Past,
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Epilepsy fits positively cured.
If. H. GRERN, JO. D.,
6ft Jones Avenue. Atlanta, On,
Mention this paper.
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