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LO VEI TUINS.
An Extract from the Diary of a Newly
January 1, 1877.-Can it bo I am
really married ? It seems a dream
February 1.-Woll, this is, in
deod, reality I And Kato is all a
Imall could wish. It does in good
to humor her pretty little exacting
ways. I must interview old Grind
em, and have,my salary raised. A
married man's cxpenscs
March 1.-Kate is a good girl.
Bat tiose omen won't iinerstan d
that a III ti c.mn't bro ti off from all
his chums as short as-an icicle.
She pont and cries even if I want
to run out an hour or two in the
evening once a month. It doos
seem a little exciting at times, but
Kate-dear Kate-sho makes up fcr
April 1.-Wo'vo had our first big
quarrel. A man can't expect to
como home from a "swell" dimer
without being a trifle "how caie
youl so." These women soo noti.ing
but confirmed drunkards, rags,
poverty, blacked eyos and murder
in the futuro because a follow gets
May 1.--"Spring! Spring! Bean
tiful Spring I" Kate's mother has
boon staying with us. I miss the
ploeasant evenings we used to spend
alone together when first married.
Kate's mother is as good a woman
as any mother-in-law can bo. But
somehow they're togother so much;
and the old lady and Kato are so
confidential that it seems to me at
times as if I'd half lost her.
June 1.-Kate's oldost..unm arriod
sister has been staying wvithi us
during the last month. It does not
seem so pleasant as it used to when
we visited placos of amusement
togethler. It s a job, anyway, to
look out for three women. It's ex
pensive, too. Yet, for Kate's sako,
I love my mother and sister -in-law.
.B. --Tihe women all ta1lk as if
vere going into the country
or. .Financially, this seems
5.-There is reason in all
but I think a man who
the rent and provisions
o. be master of his own
1.-Women all packed up
oe to the country. Kaite's
Jezebel has been staying with
I've slept fbr a fortnight- on
p arlor sofa. It is a relief that
house is empty.
'uly 15.-I meot Mary Ho.lmes
i'y morning now as I walk down
*n. Mary's p)eople were wvealthy
e. She's a sweet-tempered,
asant girl. She is keeping Button
August 1.-Mary and myself
were out at the park last night. We
have many sypathies in common.
She is lonely-poor thing ! I wish
she could find a friend. I wish
September 1.-Here's been a row.
Kate and the rest have come home
suddenly. Somebody's been writing
to Kate about me and Mary
October 1,-I think I'm a patient
man. I can stand a good deal.
But if mother-in..law and sister .in
law and aunt-in--law want a rowv,
they can have it. Darn the day
they ever came into the house.
November 1.-They've gono- and
Kate with~ them.
'December 1.-Before Judge
Breakbond.' Suit for divorce. J.
WV. Smith vs. Catherine Smith.
Incompat. of temp.
During the last ten years tihe Ital
- ata goternent has conflscated atid
sold at piblic auction $106,000,000
worth of church property.
~abiiele Grooley is said to, pos'
sess 'unoonot dramatic . taen .
But she is a very high church ilpi
copalian, and doen t propose to o
on the ataan.
For Scrofula, and all
sipelas, Rose or St. An
thoy's Fire, Eruptions
and .Erulptivo discases
of theskmh, UIcerations
of the Liver, Stomach,
Kidneys, Lungs, .Piin
B131elches, Tumors, Tct
ter, Salt 11lhcum, Scald
HIead, Ringworm, Ulcers, Sores,
Rt heulmt ism, Neuralgia, Pain in the
Bones, Side and Ilead,Female Wenk
)less, Sterility, Leucorrhm-a, arising
from internal ulceration, and uterino
disease Syphilitic and Merecrial dis
cases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, .inacia
tion, General Debility, and for Puri
fying the Blood.
Tlis Sarsaparilla is a combinnat ion of
vegetable alto rat ives--St illingia,Man
dIake,Y ellow Dock-with t he 1Odides
of Potassium and 11ron, and is the
most eflicacious iedicinle yet known
for the diseases it is itenled to cure.
Its ingredients are so skilfully
combineLl that the full alterative
effect of each is asured, and while
it is so mild as to ho harmless even
to children, it is still so cfectual as
to purge out from the system those
npurities and corruptions which
develop into loathsome disease.
The reputat ion it enjoys is derived
from its cures, and tihe confideice
which prominent physicians all over
the country repose in it proves their
experience of its usefulness.
Certificates attesting its virtues
have accuitulated, and are con
stantly being received, and ats many
of these cases are publicly known
they firnish coivincinlg 'evidence o1
the superiority of this Irsaparilla
over every other alcrative meldaicine.
&o generilly is its superiority to any
other medicine known that we neced
do no more than to assure the public
that the best qualities it has ever
possessed are strictly maintained.
P REPARED BY
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
.Practical and Analytical Chemiats.
SOLD BV ALL D11MR(;TR rVERYHvIEE.
mAM RECEIVING daily frosh
Sugars, Coffees Green and foast
ed, Tea, Flour, Grist, leal,
Syrups, MAlolasses, da,
Soap, Starch, Bagg' g
and Ties, Baco ,
Lard-in Bb1s., Cans aii Buckots
Seed Oats, Rye and 13 Icy, Nails,
Trace Chains, H-orse and Mulo
Shoes, Axle Greese, Wiite WVine and
gar' All goods olivered within
Fresh Cheese and Maccaroni
Now Buckwholi Flour.
Choice new <op Now Orleans
iNew Mac:kor in kits, i and i
D). P. F? JINNIKEN
CWES I ALADDIN
.& 80N ' ISECURITY OIL,
THE DES HOUSEHOL.D OIL.IN USE.
Warranted 50 Degrees Fire-Test.
IVAT . WVIIITO IN COLOR.
WDLL JOT EXPLODE.
11 HEST AWARD
F~or Ilxcllenco of Manufac,turo
A/iD lIIGI FIRE11 TEST.
Eth/a by theo Insuranco Companies.
1Tnw.ani> FJSR JNet-AxcI Co. or BiA1/r1on,,
la itub De'. ' ' I N-.- ssrs. (. Wesct da .Sons
- :- (a li ti ud tho vartous oil s sold
in, tILis oity forii Il .Inting purposes,I take pleas
nt jia r. coamme tdha your "'Alad'din security
" as~ fL rn.4 'a b 4 (.ver used in our houso
412.#.1ARETW R EESE, President.
D nufatuared by
C. WEST & SONS, Blaltmore.
Try' it,, you. wn~1 use no other'..
Posi iurely Cured.
Alt litufer. from this dIiises that~ are anix.
tis to be0 tired .shotikt try DR1. KISSNRIt's
eleb(1ra the Dil rePOWDati .. .nwi That
tIl cure st.UMP' IO nt al (lisease. of
he TII H i'Tandl l,UNGS--indoed, so strong la~
our faith 1 them, and also to0 convlnco youtt, n
they are humbaug, we wvill forward to every
ltifferer mil . post- pat(d, a F H ER T IALJ, o)i.
pe (1 itsu ydour mo1ey 'til YOU. ai
yout~ ft worth isaving, don't dlelay in givIng
those . DEIt&3 a trial, as they *111 surety
nhdebor, $30 satoany4p
~I4 y 860 PuitoP 0t.., Brooklyn, NI. Y.
With a Fresh Stock of Vall an
AT THE DRY GOODS, FANCY
WE tako pleastro in announcing to
our friends and tlo public genorally that
wen re now openit thefinet and most
ompleto assortmoit of
FALL ANDWINTIER GOODS,
including MilliItery and .Fancy Goods in
all the latest st'les and novelties of the
sear-on, such a. are generally tound in a
first-cla.s Mill ne'ry establishznent. Fan
vy and stapo Dry Goods, a beautiful
itock of newet styes of Dress Goodu
A full asssotment of brown and bleaced
Muslins, ?opliis, Caienes, Ginghams,
( dents' Ods, Notions, Corsots. Glovos,
Ilosis ry,lustles,Skirts. Shawls, Cloaks,&c.
Men's aid BOY9 lIt4. Boots And Shoes
for ieni and Boys, Shoes and Gaiters
for Ladem, Mites and Childron.
A FULL STOCK OF
Fre.s) Groveries, Confect ion cries, Cakes
rnl Crackers, Chemev, Mackerel,
1lour, Mleal, Grist, SIaps,
Starch, Candles. Kerosene,
Crockery, Tin and
LUMBER FOR SALE
As low as the lowest. Call and examino
n:y stock and prices.
JA 0. BOAG,
M ARk I E.1S.Ng
V'ATV. JULY 23, 1811.
wi, crjAIM FOIR THlE UMPROTHD
The folio-ving specific points of E
J--Great 'i)uplIieIWy in Coni
:S-Exceedinugly Liglat Ruin
4-M III R un n Ing. NVOiseleSs.
6- Iscauuy of FIhnist and
'7-GREiATi REDUOTION IN
Single Machines sent on orders direct
from the Factory, written guarantee w~ith
WiHY PAY OLD PRICES!
pfrSend for circulars and particulars.
Tiac W Iaitnaey 1l r'g. Co.,
feb) 17 Paters on, N J
NEW WILLCOOX & GIBBS
Silent Sewinq Machine.
Latest Invention, P'roducling Marvelous
It.s surpasng merit places it beyond all comn
petitionl, and makRes it, the cheapest, nlotwith
41tanding the large ifllnd Icen( Offered by
'oilers of noisy, huarcl-running, t.roublesome, t,wo
thread, tEnsion miaOcie.
(hnly Mlachine in the World witt.
Automiatie Features, and
with no Tension1 to
Write by Postal, Cara for Price List, List
of Oies, &o.
WILLCOX & GABBS S. M, CO
(fJor. Bond St.) 658 Broadway,. N. Y'
PERMANENTLT CuRED--NO IIUMBUG
elebratedlinf 11le lIqT VOWJDEl To eon
yinco suifferors that those powders will (d0 all
ntpad,a R1f 1'tAL BOX. As Dr. Oonr
ia the only phi sician that has over made this
rilsease a pec a tUdy. an atour kInO yledw
by the use of those P'OWDEIIS, we will guaran
teo a permanent oltre in every ease, or 'refund
vOU al mone epended. All sufferers should
c'ito t.he l'wesan enrly trial, and be con
vince o heir cnrative po-er.
P~riCe, fr larg )o, $1.00, or four boxes for
BIo.oo setty It any part of the United
Bfae 4rad on receip of prio0, or. by x
press, . . Addres
doe 9&4y MO Fntton pti. DwonkMyn. 'L Y1'
Arrived and to arrive, con
sisting of Walnut Chambei
Suites,, Painted Cottage Suites
Wi -drobes, Sideboards, Safes,
Book Casos, Burans, Tables
- Chairs, Bedsteads, Cribs
Deskv, Towel-racks,. Wagh
standp, Lounges,. Sofas, Hall
Stands, Hat Racks, Coat;
Hooks, Corner Stands-for
Design and Workmanship Un
AV' Save high bills by purchasing AT HOME.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
RusTic WINDOW SHADEs, Low in Price, Durable and Convenient. 3
will never get out of order, and will last longer than any other Shade.
Spring Beds, Picture Fi:ames, Pictures, Brackets, Mirrors, Children's
And Shingles at Pricos to Suit the Times.
Neatly done at modorate Prices. Furniture made to order.
I keep on hand a full supply of Metalic and Rosewood Burial' Cases
and Collins of the finest finish. Also, a cheap stock of Coffins.
R. W. Phillips.
WE HAVE INAUGURATED
A Great Popular Holihy Sale
DRY GOODS, CLOTHiG,
3MeLtm, .E oot", MSbh.oe s, 3Pan.0x3r Gr-woecL.,
GROCERIES, ETC., ETC.
WE PROPOSE TO CLEAR OUT OUR STOCK AT REMARKABLY
LOW FIGUR . 5,
And we are offering rmparalleled hargains in all departments. We are,
determined to carry none of our present stock to the next season.
WE GUARANTEE TO SELL GOODS, OF WHATEYER KIND,
Lower Than Before the W ar.
NOW, LODK OUT FOR BAUGAN3.
B. SUGENHEiMER B6CO.
ce br20, 1877. _____ ____
THE LATEST ARRTVALS !
AT LOWEST PRICES!
.1. HAVE just returned from the market, having selected dne of the hand
somest, largest, and best assorted stocks ever brought to. this place, for
the especial benefit of the citizens of Fairfield, to which I respectfully
invite their attention.
To the Ladies who would havQ the pretiest styles of DRESSES,
GLOVES, LINGERIE,. and the vonj .daintiest Sii0EI...
9 0 ,Call on SOL. WOLFE.
To the Gentlemen who would get the very latest and nobbiest suits of
CLOTHING, flATS, SHOES, BOOTS, and furnishing GOODS-.
Call on SOL. WOLFE.
To those who are in need of goods of a11 kinds, Notions in great
TABLE LINEN,. HOMESPUNS, liOSIER~Y,
DOYLIES, CHECKS, BU TTO
TOWELS, ..TIOKING, kAM1A IG EDGING,
BLANEEZTS, BLEACHING, VAL SES and TRIUNKS:
--THESE MAY BE FOUND AT,
SOL wC TFE'S.