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■ME OAILY RECORD-ONION
Entered at tlte Post O Ace a. Sacxar. eBM as feeoad OSSS matter
FLbUiUi£D BY THE
:13.lt^mento Publishing Company,
•Ml. H. MILLS, Ceaeral Haajager.
r>abll cation «mcc, Third at, kct. J and K.
TAB I» \!L* UtIWD'IAII)!
hpit'.'EhtyS (Terr d»» at tbe week. Soudan eloepWd.
r.jr tine y*-v $6 00
Per jii month*. 3 60
Vurthtot :noa:h* ...... I 00
flii>:scriber» wrred by Oanien at FimiK
UKKT' p*r veck. Ij all in Vjrior dlie« aud tovu the
{•?;■■' • •!■ be had erf the principal Periodical Deulen.
idvtrl? -Ing Rate* la tlailj Rreord-lnlvn.
Out *•]■:£-'!. 1 time (1 00
(mt A^iMr., 5 time*. „ 1 T5
tne .=.;■■! ■rr Stinea. .; ICO
Eaci. > : i iiifijal t!nM>. ail l(| 50
lWeok. IWseta. IMonth
OikUH.,.ue,Utw> «2SO $3 60 At 0»
lUlf *;>i»re. Mr»p9 3SO 6 00 8 00
IUW S ,v irx; j,i i v ,- 100 4 60 8 00
H*lr H .,,: .re, 4th [»f c 100 300 400
■<'■ : ,-o.litn<ce 390 tQO TOO
Oiif*:ur-,ldrn« 6 00 7 00 10 00
'>n<-S, 4 u^rv, 3dp»ee 4 00 6 00 8 00
Vue 6,.are. fU »•«) 3 00 4 00 6 00
at&r t.aioa*, to folio* rt*din« matter, twantf-flra
tmiti. » )!-;r foreich irs»rtiun.
A-v..r.i- i.ieu' .- uf Siuutioni Wauted. Hcnue»to Let.
Boe • ty M .etfmci!. etc.. of five UNO o& uh, will be
• lnj»i t- :In the Daily Kxookd-Uniok at followi :
BatlhM Xoeota
\ Tat«e<-.i..4 60cent»
'*"* *■' k ■ .76 oentt
Mr**-, ri.ida to conitlttite a line.
TUX MEEKLY I WIOS
(Pnbllabed lv aeml-veaklj part*]
U!-yioi¥,::V.:; and Satorday of each week,
corn-rising EicLi ktl kr i«ch Imuo. orSixteeo Fin
-• we k. and b thb oheapett mud moat deafakole
H-.i ■%, News aad Litentj Journal pnbliihad on the
P*c:n ena' t.
Terriv.Ou* Year $3 60
• 1.11-v,: ,tij ratoa Advrrllkin« Bates.
Half S-iuir.-, 1 time tl 0C
Itacli additional time 8C
Oa>- *iuare, 1 tinu' J 00
Eachaddttion&lUme 1(0
WAFTED, LOST AND FOUND.
A iTertlKimentfl of fire liuee in this department are
asarted for 35 o--n u for one time : three times fur 50
••..•..• or 75 cents per week.
WANTED CONTRACT WOJI>-CH')I'PEBS.
Apply to NATOMA WATKR >t MINING
COMPANY, Folsom, Ctl. <«l.lw
SITUATION WAN TED-BY AN EXPEKIENCED
lady as Narac. Ctn gire beet of r.ferenccs
Apply at 1119 Tenth street, between X and L. or at
the Oratrers' Store. Tenth and X streets. olTlw*
WANTED— SULE: 81X ItVKiH HANDS;
8 Milkers; Man to drire tatercarf. Man to
drivo s«id nm ; 3 Woorichcippem ; 4 Men to !>»!c
hay. Female : Women and OirU for Houuework (city
and cmutry); 2 Wai'cr Girln for rity. MASTERS
&. C')., Employment OHii-*, No. 102&"£iirliUi street,
near K. 07-t!
WANTED.
MALE: S MrLKERS, WAUE3, BO; ALSO, 6
ranch hands, %ili ; 2 mea to milk and make
butler, 4W ; a barSerto rent a shop ; 4 woodchop
l*ni; i waiters, *30 to $35 ; a man cook. Female;:
2 women <*ioka, frji ; alto. 6 cirls for housewnrk, Sli>
to $20 ; 3 girls to wait and do chamliurwork.
A^pir to aoUSTOJi At aa:& lisnploymeiit Office,
Fourth and X streets, SauramenVo. ' aul3 lptf
TO LET 0B FOB SALE.
Ainttlssamtm of C*e Unss In this department an
:s*>rt«d for 25 cenU for one time ; throe tunes for 6'
«uit> or ?6 otuti pec week.
FOR B ALB- Til K OLD AND WELL-KNOWN
Dreo-m.kini; Parlors, No. 1014 F%hth street,
between J and X ; has a splendid run of cistom
Als>, amarbie-Wp liet'room set; aril be sold cheap.
lno, 1 lire on premises. n'9 1w
P.)K KENT- TK VACANT BL VCKSMITH
Shop formerly oc-upied by R. N Johnson,
Fifth street.between X and L is now for relit at a
ow price H. O MAY & CO., Fif.h and K. o'2l-lw
Fjl ( >H S\LF A HALF INTERFST IN A BLACK-
P smith, Wagoaaod Curia^e Shop, in one ■>f the
leaxlingtovns in thi- Interior. Agply to BL'NTI.N'U-
T\>N. HOPKIVB k CO., Bacramcnto. (20-3t*
r C! HEEP F °K SALE. IN LOTS TO j^
suit. FARMS and HOP 1.\.\1) '■• tBSBP
■ssV '- Api.lv to I IK. CAPLES, TocntyMHß
miles cut uf Sicnipieiito. oU-liu" MssasUa
r>K SALE — A '" I " t '--"' T " ■■!»■■
Bhop in good running order.
Quod house, i arns, etc , at Wi-I,ii':ui
Bar, Sacnmniitu county. Apply toSHaB^BI
W. A. UKOWN., on the i remises, or by letter.
old Im*
KLEAHS HOTEIT- JTRST. CLA«S FCR
niabed and uufuruiibad rooms to let to gentle
men or lamilies l>v the day, week or month. 1018
Second street, between J and K. MK3. 11. W. OOG,
Protirieteßss. au? t
TO LEASE OR BELL.
"1.1 ROM ;{ft« T."> l,f(M» ACRES OF THE BEST
F llopnr tiralfa Land in the county. t.*d
Hop Poles for sale, at ti per hundred (itandinz);
railnwd through the laml See WILLIAM HICKS,
Commnes; or, T. 1. av*h K. So. («h s-,-,,.i,
street, Hj. nmento. u^O-lplm*
CONTRACT TO LET.
rp ) CUT 9,000 CORDS OF WHITi: ANli LIVF.
-1 Oak SUf«e Wood fur Die Sacramento markrt
AUotOKnilj am! 'kar 640 arres of I ml and put it
in shape f>*r <*nlrivati<>n. Ft>r information a|>ply to
J. T. CAKI'WKIiL, Fulsom. Sacramento county".
oil -10'. '
FOB BALE.
Q 1 ACRES OF LAND, LTINO FTVE«(R
»>. I \f\f miles east of M ir-y-vilip ; S.OOO'pW
acres thereof iuclost d and under cultivation, ■
the remainder growing up in young timber ; good
house, barns, orctiaru> , etc. The well has the Quest
drinking wat«r in tho valley. If not wanted for
farming, it is one cf the bout stock ranches in the
county, and will be sold cheap enough to justify its
us* for stock oi ly. Possession given September 1,
1882. For furtlier information inuuire of the Sacra
uvsntn Bank, SikCramenUi. California. jy28 -Im
MONEY TO LOAN
OW EKAL ESTATE, AT A LOW RATE OF IN
tans*, by PETER BOHL 39 J street. aul7-tf
aBOOEBTEs7 XJQUOBSTI.TU
EBNER BROS..
f MPOBTERS AM) WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
2 WIXKB VM> LlUllWßg,
Nos. 118 and 118 X ftrdrt, between Front and Sec.
ond, Sacramento. m2fi-4plui
FOR A COMPiETE ASSORTMENT OF
CALIFOR\IA CRACKERS,
<K> TU
NO. Jit J STREET SACRAMENTO
auB2Hr
Friend $t Terry
LUMBER
oohsx>4lin -ar .
ESTABLISHED 18S3.
FINE, REDWOOD, ORECOH & TRUCK tE PINE,
At Wholesale and Retail, and
■>»rari urnl if Order at the MlUs *f the
A <«>"l'»i'.>.
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Shakes, Shingles,
■ Bolts and Tie*.
H( MAIN YARD ANH OFFTCK,
1310 Second Street, near M.
V BRANCH YARD,
f <«rurr Twelfth Jt J 81s.. Karramrßto, « al.
' aqlß-4p6lu
McCREARY'S PATENT
ROLLER
FLOUR!
TOK UU RV ALI «.;:<>< i =:-.
CMcCREARV it CO , SACUAMFNTt> Mll-LS
, no\» uianufa^turp a t-rnie cif VtOLLKit FLUi R
full} equal to the WASHBUKNK, or any other
Minnesota Uigh-irade Patent Flour. Also, the
whitest, ttrongest and best Bakers' and Family Flour
In the market »;■«. 4plm
w BLACK UIAMOKD COAL
AND SCREENINGS.
ABOVE WKT.L KNOWN SI'PFRIO.
■I MONTE DIABLO COAL, the most economics
can be used * r steaun, is for sale In lots to suit
Black DUmonJ Landing, Outra Costa county
si the offiue of the Company, southeast come
Fol»>m and Spear streets, San Frandrco.
■ P. B. CORNWALL,
■«nT-«_ IVwsidwit B T>. O. M. PC
RSO BIV JBI3,
|^k A laTfTe assortment of
Ae^tllt. CHEKILLBS,
H <VI A> ' *-"• fOAKgE CtEWKL,
FILTf. >l.r*HE*,
LIN»\«.
fur Fanr> VT«rk.
H. iarge .
Rons for* stamping
or
Ko PATTEItNS FOR fTAKPIMC.
X AND MATESIALS.
JAMES C. CLOVEK,
t 1022 Eighth street, SacAmento, CaJ.
SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
fIALE BBOS, A CO.
We Ask But Little,
IF GRANTED, WILL BE GREATLY TO YOUR INTEREST !
That is, a Pair Comparison and Impartial
Judgment of all our
MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS'
I
WE HAVE JIST BECEIVEEI A .» TLIIED IX STIIC k THE I tttt.}.sl A\D CUOIIEST
ixOHDH.M OF
MEN'S SACK AND FROCK SUITS
I Ilk I ME HAVE E%EB HI i \ ABLE TO SHOW. .ll*S, t MIL IMKO'II'LUI.
UNO
Light and Heavy Overcoats !
THAT ABE -;i:l TO BE API'KEt 11 1 I It IF «>»• ■ rilVltlu.
£3~ It is ueelees for 113 to deecriba goods, as onr stock is constantly changing and
XEW GOODS ARRIVING ALMOST DAILY. We have been well »nd favorably
known to csrUin Clothkig Manufacturers of Philadelphia, fur the reawu of our baiDg
a GOOD CASH CrSTOMEtt for the laat twenty years, who sp-jnge, shrink and
refinUh all their goods by the celebrated English process before they are made up.
This Manufacturing Company has control of this process in the I r nited State?, and by
reaeoa of their long experience and tact to employ superior workman renders theif
CLOTHING, as regards style and fit, the nearest t-i custom made than any with
which we are acq-iainted, and is the true reason why CLOTHIXO purchased at our
store retains its snipe so well and gives such excellent satinf&ction.
In order to give the public soms idea what this process is, we insert
the following Cut with eiplanatioas :
Fiint, the clith is rolled on Killer A, whicb is the sponger and sbrinker ; th»n it is
pisesd between Jliller B, which smooths the goods. It is then passed between R .Hers
C, which presses and rffioishas, when it is passed under Roller D, which is tho cooler ;
then ■■! between 1! illerj E, which mfamres the cloth. Here it in examined by the
careful eyo of one nf experienc?, that no flaw may escape his notice, that every garment
may La perfect. Fis the steamer.
MOSTLY ALL OUR
Youths' and Boys' Clothing
Coiae from the vat Btaaar^rtirrr, and we hare la UccV lull line. a| a I
kinds or
SUITS & OVERCOATS
'>•■ <■ mnnl rrfraln In thl* advertisement to »p«-nV a few word* about oar
HATS AND CAPS !
It has been difl&cult lately for us to keep a full line of
3ATS AND CAPS, owing to the extra large trade
in this line of goods ; but we hope that with the
ljtrge and fine assortment we are receiving, we will
it the future be able to suit all in Quality, Shape and
f rice. We have in stock a full line of J. B. STET
SON'S best make of SOFT AND STIFF HATS, in
the latest styles.
.
ill l\rn OBDEtS KnilC PBOMPT AITEVTIOW ASH FILLKD S4TI?
»*< ro::%. OB MOXF.I BEFI.VDED.
HALE BROS. & CO.,
829, 83), 833, 835 X street,
— ±Mi—
1021 NINTH STREET, SACRAMENTO.
SACRAMENTO, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER S3, 1882.
MISOELLANEOQS.
Palmer & Sepulveda,
DHTJGGISTS,
Northeast Corner Second and X streets, Sacramento.
Special attention given to Compounding Prescriptions— ac-^qtf
curacy and absolute purity guaranteed. Tj|
SCHOOL BOOKS!
BOLD AT LOWEST PRICES i:v
ENVELOPES (all sizee), a very large supply ;
WRITING PAPERS-the best in the market;
BALL PROGRAMMES and ME^U CARDS;
PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, of all kinds ;
Choice line- of VISITING CARDS.
™ ■ ii ■
Printing in AM Its Branches!
Nos. 208-210 J street, : : Sacrajiento
m2O-lptt
w. p. coleMXn,
Heal Estate Salesroom,
No. 325 J street, Sacramento, Oal.
ALL KINDS OF CIT7 AND CotATRY PROIEkiTY
POR S-A.X.XI .A.3S'X> M?C> 1.-£.t.
UEaL ESTATE SOU* ON INSTALLMFAT PLAS. | HO.VEV ( O LOAX I\ BIMS TO SllT.
nil'-lplv
vsFsrsssxriX BOXES MA c *u fi e« v
and Made lo Order. m^9 Jr X *s»« *v»jr j BOX PRI.VTI.VG.
CAPITAL BDX FACTORY CORNER SECOND AND Q STREETS
tit-in.t j J<t., l,fi. Front and Second (next door to W. K. Strong A Co.) HIC10I8&C0 lpflm
Sacramexto, July 11, 1883.
I take pleasure in recuinniei.diii^ to my
friends and the public generally, M HAMMER'S
CASCARA BAGRADA BIITERS." They have
been of great benefit to me.
«!. R. HEATH, Jeweler, 820 J st., Sacramento.
SAN FBANCISOO CARDS,
SAN FRANCISCO
Business Directory
AGRICULTURAL IMPLTGMEWTS.
George A.Hmlot «'».— Manufacturers' Agentf,
3?7 and 329 Market street.
Baker A Hamilton— lmporters of Agricultural
Implements and Hardware ; Airents of Uie Benicia
Airr' i Works. Junction Market, Pine and Davis eta
ARTISTS.
llon«r worth— Optician and Photographer, No. 12
Montgomery street. EsUhlished in 1861.
BELTING, HOSE, ETC.
H. M. «'«ok— Manufacturer of Leather Belting,
Hofie, Lacinc, Bullion Basra, etc., southwest corner
Market and Fremont streeW.
BUSINESS COLLEGES.
Pacific KnHtncu (oilier and Telegraphic
Icstitut«— (Life Schularghip, for «u'J BiuineES
Oiurso, $70). W. E. Chamberlain, Jr., and 1: A.
Robinson, Proprietors, No. 320 Post street, oppo.
Bito Union Square, S. P., Cal. Si-r.d for Circular!).
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
Btodehaker Bros. MannraetarlDß Co.—Re
pository, 31 Market street. A. H. laham, Manager.
CARPETS, OILCLOTHS, ETC.
Frank ti. Kdwurdu— lmporter and Dealer, No.
8-20 Market street (Phelan'a Block), San Francisco.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS.
Jwtttn tiaiex. — Pioneor Drn* cist, removed to 722
Mon'^romery St., S. F. Country orders solicited.
EDUCATIONAL.
School of i UI! Kngtarrrlnic. Sonpyicg
Drawing aud Aaujing. 2J Post -•.. A. Van uer Nai!len
HATS.
C. Herrmann A C o.— llanuiac'.urers and Im
porters. No. 3»6 Kcarny st , near Pine. The finest
haw at the lowest prices. Factory : 17 Belden Bt.
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, ETC.
Hawlry BroA.' Hardware Co.— lmporter* of
Hardware and Agricultural Implements, Noa. SOl,
303, 006, 307 and 309 Market street, San Francisco.
C'arolan, Cory A Co.— lmporters of Hardware,
Iron and Steel. Agonts for the Pittsburg Steel
Works, Northwestern Horse Nail Company, and
Southinjrton Cutlery Co. Nos. 120 and 122 Front
street, and Noa. 117 and 119 California street.
RESTAURANTS.
Swala't raoillr Bakery aad Dinl*|
Biloon— No. 636 Market street. Wedding nsl:e»,
ice cream, oysters. Jollies, etc, constant!}- on hand,
families supplied.
RUBBER AND OIL GOODS.
The Gutta Percha and Knltbcr Hannfaet*
nringComrmny— Manufacturers of Rubber floods
of every description. Patentees of the celebrated
"Maltese Oroas Brand" Carboliaed Hose Conwr
FLrtt and Market streets. J. W. Taylor, Manager.
STATIONERS, PRINTERS, ETO.
H. ■. Crocker A Co.— lmporting and Manufact
uring Stationers, PrinUra and Lithographers, Nos.
116, Sl7 and 218 Bush street, above Sansome.
SACRAMENTO REOORD-UNION.
Ran Franclx-o Ofnre, Us. 8 New Moitlgouf
cry street (Palace Hotel).— J. H. pt-arpe, Anent.
JOHNTTsTOLLi
No. 610 X street, Sacramento, Cal ,
. Xl Manufacturer of
_s^r'e>^^\^ M represented.
VhEhvV/ dihect lcttirs:
V^ «■ Ti STOLL,
V ./ Sa^ramealo.
PARLOR STOV£S
A VABICTV OF PARLOR STOVES CHEAP.
JOHJJ "CJOW 1 JC Hi TS, '
Ko. lit It ttrfct,....la7-iptfl... ■acmmcnlo.
The Pioxeer Box Factory
Mill Ahead at all CaaapeUMr*.
QOOKB «aa SOS
coana or
Fran! aad ■ Streets Birrmmii
WMptf
Sacrameito Pianiiig Mill,
SASH AND BLDfD FACTORY, COKVEK OP
Front and <J street*, Sacramnnu.
Btwt, Wtndc m a, BUndx.
riaUb ol all kind*. Window Framea, Moldlnjs of
every daecrtption, »r.d Tomiac.
BAKTWUL, HOTC£KIBB * STAiiKK.
£mrTS, SEEDS^AND PBODUOE.
d. debf:inardi & co.
General CcmmlS3lon Merchants.
— —and
WIIOLI ..111 IM> RETAit, DEALERS
— ■
Tropical, Califomian and Oregon
FRUIT AivD NUTS;
Ratter, Exss Poatlrr. linme, Iloaej,
VEGETAULKS. FIiH, OYoTEa3, ETC.
US' Country ord re promptly atteiuled to. "SI
Nos. 3BK and 310 X klreet. Bncramento.
siS-lptf^
<!.-i.iiui- n -.1 iv,:.)
■DUIICI J. GHKOORT. TH IKK BHIBOKT.
GREGORY & CO.
(SncceBsora to J. Oregon).
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND WiIti^F.SALK
Dealers in PRODUCE AND FRUIT.
Kirn. I^6 and 128 4 Street.
s2l-lptf Sacramento. Cal. ___^_
4. UOOBSR. 8. eU*ai
S. GcRSON & CO.,
GKNEUA.L COM4IIUSION MKUCnANTS, AJrD
Dealers In
Imported and BvauUi FrrJU, TegMa
v, bleu, .\iii«. He.
So. 220 J hsrec*., betwevn Seooß'i ail Tblro, fUera
manto. >-2-Ijb>
——————^-^-—^_^—^_^—_^^^ — *—^.
WILLIAM M. LYON :
(Successor to LYOX >>» BAKN&S),
COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND WBOIiKSALE DFALKH IN
PROStrOB,
NOS. 117, 119 AND 123 J STKEET.
_ 021-Iptf
FRUIT DEALERS,
XL. l X i ~jI" JEUW °X"XO3XT I
HAVINO Fr^OVKD TO MORE COMMODIOUS
prtminH, w^ have salaried our ett>ck. W©
ofler jT>n elm c Apples, free from worms, LemoßH,
Linn •«, Orans'.-a, Dried Fruits, Suts, Dates, Cacnca
Uo'.d, etc., at vory low pricre.
M. T. BREWER fc CO.,
1006 to 1010 Second street, between J and X, Sacra
mento. _ auS2-tJ
W. R. STRUNG &■ CO,
Wholesal3 Goimnission Herchants
AHS UK* UF IB aU ■OTM 07
CAXITOttKIA CREEW AJfD D&ICD fTMITi
ITUTB, HONEY, SEED
Ab.i General Mrrekandli*.
4T AH orders prompUy a!t«ndad 10. Addrw; :
W. R. STKONO fc CO.,
anS-lplm Ncs. o, 8 anJ 10 J street, Sacramento.
MABKETS^
ROSEDALE MARKET.
JAMfS R. PATTERSON, r '
th< 'ast four years located at the Stt^t RdaJ
I'ntenix k.'irket, R street, lietwecn
Thiril and Fourth, has started in ** *'
business on his own account, and has fitted up one
at the neatest and cleanest Meat Stalls in the el'yat
■a. 191 J Street, bet. Pevenlh and Elicblb.
He will offer the Choicest MesM to be obtained at
the lowest prices, and it. ites the jiatronaee of his
friends and the public, aid hopes, hy hor.estv,
politenetw and s'.rict attention to buaiDecs, to merit
the public patronage. 09-4plm
JACOB ARNOLD,
BUTCHER AND PORK PACKER, gprsA
corner of Second and X street*, Fells 'jr 4TP*
wholesale and retail, at lowest market K^fU_
rates, the finest of Sutrar-cured Haixiß, Breakfast
Bacon, Sh uiiler?. Pickled Hunt an J Pork, Mess
Pork, Spare Uibs, Pins' Feet, pork Sousase, Lard,
etc. Also, choicest Fresh B*ef,Veal, Mutton, Lamb,
etc. Highest price p»id in cash fur Beef Tattle,
Hogs. Slx-ep and LamU. o3 4ptf
C. WEISEL & CO.,
BUTCHERS AND PORK-PACKERS, JMfBL
pay the hiehest pri«- ( r tr.iii: ■'•■•i-jEJB^
lioin Conatantly on hand, cvtri fin; Afc
Sujrar-cured Hams, Pickled Hams, Ercakfast ii;ux.n.
Shoal'!»rs, Clear Pork, Me» Porn, Lard, Corded
Beef. Piir« f Keet, Pigs' Headj and Spare Ribs. Also,
extra fine Pork Sausage. 85-4ptf
THE FINEST MEATS
U MI F ALL KJ!?D | y~nf~TrTE t;, r T,Qu^HMa\
and at L^*i«-t Prices, .IU fl
j'wavs be f-innd at the Mctrnpalitas
Market,of CONRADSCHFJ'P.i mUi. * ** <*■
wot Comer of Twelfth asd E . *eets. Meats de
livered in al part* of the city at all i>~ '.
aulB4plm
PIKE & VOUNO,
/^ABBIAOEIfANrFACTUB- __ .
\j an, corner ol Fourth and ..'aSMfc 1
L ctreeta, Sacnuoento, r.av# on li^i iijßgsi \
band the largest asßonttent jf *- jv'- :-ii2i^~-
Carriages. Wagons and Rturjrles to be found In SaT».
■Mate, which t«i sill wll st nrv In" ntm
Tbr. .abwribwr dniru t<> c»J! v.» AZlrr.lk'C of ttvytn, Mitbon,
wavi ftwtßM. mrts gi-aenliy tttr«it^bt>ut th. Wnl, to Urn far:i!ti«
ol ibe VALLEY JKEis !ar a.at ikMocjio |io! pruning.
H# wl'j nuunt*in Urn «r:tnets r*ixu*ii^a m> l-.ri< anachcti ft ia«
Jt-B thai wt.jcu i* d»fc.-^. »bl* l- ».« »rj l.iu*^. A4irvM
H. A. VEAVXK. fit t SL. Virqili;, CaU '
MISCELLAinSOUS.
51CD6S OIL
fflfejT TMECREAT &f$A
Naitralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, r
Backache, Soreness of tho Chest
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings end Sprains, Barns and
Ssalds, Genera/ Bodily
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Not a el 'ud in the sky,
As wo wi-itt . ti the races
TL:.t day in July.
A clatter uf hoofs
On the boulevard there,
Tlnit iivtniie «-ci>. i
To Vanity Fair,
As we <I--;htd Kaily down
With our carriage and pair.
You le Md 'uaiiisi the cushions
In indolent rest,
Pnrplmff and pasßinnate
Bi i.;ht at your breast,
Jacquemiaota, gli.winjr
As love uuconfeseed.
An \ over yonr ilarkly
Beautiful face,
A pirasnl pci.-ed
With lauiruid (trai.e,
Ii» bright hue soitened
By m .-...•- u f Uce.
A rose-shade Riflli;
Ou your check below,
Which, at the words
I whidierv-d lnw,
Crimsioiicd to shame
The Jacquemiaotfl —
What did I whis|»r
There in tho thronn
Of the gay world surging
And whirling alonpr?
Ah, tlie road was so short
And my story S3 long !
/nd the track was iv s'ght.
And the while crtea nt hand.
And the tay Uunners streaming
High OTH thn stand,
Ai:d »c heard the tirst cheers
And the Mure of the bind,
As a stored liand shyly
Crtj.t up to your breist,
And h red rose was drawn *
Proa its beautiful ntht ;
.».i.l— l lUiuk that the Jacqueminot,
Told niu the rest !
-[Our Continent.
DREAM-CHILDREN- A REVERIE.
Children love to listen to btoriea about
their elders when they were children ; to
strotcli tlu'ir itr.apination to the conception
of a traditionary great-uncle, or grandame,
whom they never saw. I', was in this
spirit that my litila ones crept about me
the other evening to hear about their
great-grandmother Field, who lived in a
great house in Norfolk (a hundred times
bigger than thai in which they and papa
lived), which had been the Ecene — bo at
leist it was uencrally believed in that p»rt
of the country — of the tragic incidents
which they hal lately become familiar
with from the ballad of the "Children in
the Wood." C'jrtain it is that the whole
btory of the children and thtir cruel uncle
was to be seen fairly carved out in the wood
upon the chimney-piece of the great hall
— tho whole story down to theliobin Red
breastB — till a foolish rich person pulled it
down to set up a marble one of modern
invention in its stead, with no story upon
it. Here Alice put out one of her mother's
lookß, too tender to be called upbraiding.
Then I went on to 8»y how rehyious and
how good their great- grandmother Field
was, how beloved and respected by every
body, though she was not, indeed, the mis
tress of ti.ir great house, but had only the
charge of it (and yet in ecnia respects she
might be paid to be the mistress of it too)
committed to her by the owner, who pre
ferred living ia a newer and more fashiona
ble mansion, which he had purchased eutne
where in thu adjoining county ; but still
she lived in it iv a manner as if it had been
i or own, aiwl kept np the dignity of the
great home in a eort while ehe lived, whicli
afterward*; cime to decay, and \ as nearly
pulled down, and all its old ornaments
stripped snd carried away to the owner's
other house, v. here they were set up, and
looked as awkward aa if some one Were to
carry away the o!d tomba they had seen
lately at the Abbty, and stick them np in
Lady C.'s tawuiy pit dining-room. Here
John smiled, as much as to say, "That
would be foolich indeed." And then I
told how, when she came to die, her funeral
was attended by a concourse of all the
poor, and some of the gentry, too, of the
neighborhood, for many miles round, to
show their respect for her memory, be
cause Bhe had been such a good and re
ligious woman — so good, indeed, that she
knew all the I .-*■ . r by heart, aye, and a
great part of the Testament besides. Here
little Alice spread her hands. Then I told
what a tall upright, graceful person their
great-grandmother Field once was ; and
how in her youth siio was esteemed ths
haat <aTTT &saa AUeo'l little ;y lit foot
played au involuntary movement, till, upon
my looking grave, it desisted— the best
dancer, I was Bayinj, in the county, till a
cruel disease, called ». career, came, and
bowed her d-j'^n with paiu ; but it could
never bend her tjcod spirits, or make i
them stoop ; but they were still upright,
because she was so good and re
ligions. Then I told how she was used
to sltep by herself in a lone chamber of
tho great lone i;ouae ; and how she believed
that an apparition of two infants was to be
Et- .n at midnight gliding up and down the
great staircase near where the slept ; but
she s*id, "Those innocents would do her
no harm :" and how frightened I used to
be, though in those days I had my maid to
sleep with me, btcansa I was never half so
good or religious as she, and yet I never
saw the infants. Here John expanded all
i ia eyebrows, aud tried to look, courageous.
Then I told how ; good she.wtk to all her
grandchildren, having us to the preat house
in the kolida^q, where I iv p^riicuiar naed
to spend many hours by myself in gazing
upon the old busts of the twelve dinars
that had been Emperors of Rome, till the
old marble heads wculd aetin to livo again,
or I turned into marble with thi m ; how I
never could be tired with roatiing about
that huge niansi-jb, with its vast empty
rooms, with their worn-out hanging*, flut
tering tapestry and carved oakun panels,
with the gilding almost rubbed cvt — some
times in thospsciousold-faabioned gardens,
which I had almost to myself, unless now
and then a solitary gardening nan would
cross me — and how tho ccctacicea and
.rv-hes - truu^ npou the walls without
my ever offering to cluck them, be
cause they wtre forbidden fruit, un
less now and then- -aad beclltue- I had
more pleasure in strolling about among tne
old melancholy- looking yew. trees, or the
lira, and picked up the red bcrrie i, and the
fir-apples, which were good for nothing
but to lock at — or in lying about upon the
fresh grass, with all the tine garden smells
around Tie — or backing in the orangery,
till I could almost fancy myself ripening
too, along with the ciaagca and tin- limes,
in that grateful warmth — or in watching
the dac9 that darted to and fro in the fish
pond, at the bottom of the garden, with
here and there a great sulky pike hanging
midway down the water in silent state, as
if it mocked at their impertinent frisking*
— I h»d more pleasure in these busy-idle
diversions than in all the sweet flavors of
peaches, nectarines, oranges and such like
common baits of children. Here John
silly deposited buck upon the plate a bunch
of grapes, which, not unobserved by Alice,
he had meditated dividing with her, and
both seemed willing to relinquish them for
the present as irrelevant. Then, in somewhat
a more hightened tone, I told how, though
their grandmother Field loved all her
grandchildren, yet, in an especial manner,
she might be said to love their aocle, John
L , because he was so handsome ami
spirited a youth, and a king to the rest of
us ; and, instead of moping about in soli
tary corners like some of us, lie would
mount the most mettlesome horse be could
get, when bat an imp no bigger than
themselves, and make it carry him halt
over the country in a morning, and join
the hunters wheu there were any out — and
yet he loved the oti great house and gar
dens too, but had too much spirit to be
always pent up within their boundaries —
and how their uncle grew up to man's es
tate as brave as he was handecme, to the
admiration of everybody, but of their
great-grandmother Field most especially ;
and how he used to carry me upon his
back when I was a lame-footed boy — for he
was a good bit older than me — many a
mile when I could not walk for pain ; and
how, in after life, he. became lame-footed
too, and I did no; always (I fear) make al
lowances enongh for him when he was im
patient, and in pain, scr remember suffi
ciently i.nw considerate he bad been to me
when I was lame-footed ; and how, when
he died, though he had not been dead an
hour, it seemed as if he had died a great
while ago, mob a distance there 19 betwixt
life and death ; and how I bore his death,
as I thought, pretty well at first, but after
wards it hainted and haunted me ; and
though I did not cry or take it to heart
as some do, aad an I think he would
have cii.ie if I had died, yet I missed
him all day long, and knew nnt till then
how much I had loved him. I missed his
kindness, and I missed bis crossness, and
wished hin^U be alive again, to be qnar
reluj^ajtJ^^^pA^p^feye quarreled aome-
as he, their
Hi" "'hen the doc-
the children
their little
was not for
and pra > ed
oat to
Hh B ' r pretty
H| for seven
lone years, in hope sometimes, sometimes
in despair, yet persisting ever, I courted
the fair Alice W— a ; and, as much as chil
dren could understand, I explained to them
what coyness, and difficulty, and denial
meant in maidens, when suddenly, turning
to Alice, the soul of the first Alioe looked
out at her eyes, with such a reality o! rep
resentment that I became in doubt which
of them stood there before me, or whose
that bright hair was ; and while I stood gaz.
ing, both the children gradually grew faint
er to my view, receding, and still reced
ing, till nothing at last but two mournful
features wero seen in the uttermost dis
tance, which, without speech, strancely
impressed upon in s the effects of speech :
" We are not of Alico, ncr cf thee, cor are
we children at all. The children of Alice
call Bartrum father. We are nothing ;
leßs than nothing, and dreams. We are
only what might have been, and mnst wait
upon the tedious shores of Lethe millions
of ages before we have existence and a
name" and immediately awaking, I
found myself quietly seated iv my bachelor
arm- chair, where I had fallen asleep with
the faithful Bridget unchanged by my side.
—[Charles Limb.
ORIGIN OF POPULAR PHRASES.
Prevailing Poet.— The oft-repeated quo
tation :
Prevailing poet, whose undoubting mind
relieved thu nis^ie wonder* which be aaog,
Is from Collins' "Ode on the Popular
Superstitions of the Highlands of Soot
land," and prohably alludes to Tasso,
although n passing reference in the poem to
Kdward Fairfax, the translator of Taaso's
Delivered," led Sir Walter
Sjott, upon what was evidently a careless
reading, to apply them to the British bard.
With Our Owu Feathers are we Smitten.
— Lord Byron, in '••English Bards and
Scotch lie viewers," beginning with line
821.), wrote :
Twas thlira own genius gave the final blow,
And he p'.l to plant the wound that laid thee low :
W the struck eagle, stretched upon the plain,
»o moru through roiling clouds to soar airaiii,
Viewed i-is own feather on the fatal dart
And willed the shaft that quivered in his heart ;
Keen were his pan^a, but keener far to feel
He nursed the pinion which irapellM the steel ;
While the same plum ge that had warm'J his nest
Drank the last life drop of his bleeding breast.
Fully 150 years before Byron wrote the
above beautiful lines, Edmund Waller had
composed the following :
That eagle** fats ami mine are one.
Which on the shaft that inide him die
Espied a feather of hu own,
Wherewith be wont to soar so Ugh.
After Lord Byron came Thomas Moore
with :
Like a young eagle who has lent his plume
To fUdge the shaft by which he meets bis doom.
See their own feathers plcck'd to wing the dart
Whioh rank corruption destines for their heart.
But .Kachylus, the G reek poet, more than
2,000 years before Waller, Byron or Burke,
originated the fable from which the quota
tion, " With our own feathers are we smit
ten," is taken, though the rendering does
not acoord with the original, which, as
translated, reads :
8o in the Libyan fable it is told i
That once an eajie, stricken wit* a dart,
Sahl, when he saw the fabhion ct the shaft,
" With our own feathers, not by oll.ers' hands,
Are we now smitten."
Skylarking.— A term originated by sail.
ora fcr games or tricks upon eaoh other in
the riggings and tops of shim. Skylark
ing thence became a general ttrm for mis
chievous frolicking, and has "been abrevi
ated to larking.
Lind o 1 Cakes.— Thia phras* was first ap
plied to Scotland by Burns, in 1789, in his
poem, "Captain Grose's Peregrinations
Through Scotland," which beffns with the
conplet :
Hear, Land o 1 Cakes and briifhfer Scot*,
From Alaideultirk to Johnuy Ikoat's.
" Maidenkirk " is an inversion af the name
of the most southerly parish <if Scotland,
kirkmaiden.
Angel- visit*. —The simile by Campbell in
' " Pleasures of Hope," published in
What, though my winged he-urs of Itiiss have been
Like angel-vuits, few and far uetweeg,
is one of the most prover'uial of all the
popular quotations. The ilu was not
original with Campbell, a fact which most
people who express it in the latter poet's
words are not aware of. Roland Blair, in
1743, expressed the thought better, in our
judgment, than Campbell, when he wrote i
Alas ! too well he sped, the good ho scorn'd
Stalk'd oft reluctant, like an ill-usd ghost,
Not to return ; or, if it did, in visits
Like those of angel*, tliort and far between.
The originator of the idea, however, was
neither Blair nor Campbell, but was one
John Norrie, who wrote, twenty-five yeans
before the former was born, a poem entitled
" The Parting," in which occurs the follow
ing verse :
How fading are the joys wo dote upon,
Like apparitions seen and gone ;
But those which soonest take their flight
Are the moßt exquisite and strong.
Like angel's visits, short and bright,
Morttlity's too weak to bear them lonjj.
The game author, in some lines to the
memory of his niece, writes :
No wonder Such a noble mind
Her way again to Heaven so soon could find.
Angels, tn 'tis but seldom th~y appear,
So neither do they mako long stay,
They 3o bat visit and 1 away,
'Tis pain for them t'endure our too gross
We could iu>t hope for a reprieve,
She most die soon, that made BUch hafce to live.
Wasting Sweetness on the Desett Air. —
This saying originated from the fcllowing
lines by Gray :
And waats its sweetness on the deseit aia.
The elegy which contains it W»s begun
in 1742 atd finished in 1749. :in 1764
Charles Churchill, then a very yocog poet,
wrote "Gotham," and in book i2d, line
20, reads :
Nor wane their sweetness in the deatrt air.
The one line is often mistake* for the
other, fr;m which it is an uat.onecious
plagiarism.
The Course of True Love Never Did Run
Smooth.— lt is from Shakespeare's "Mid
summer Night's Dream," and occurs in
Act i., so. 1 :
For aught that ever 1 could read.
Could ever hear by tale or history,
The course of true love never did ruß smooth.
The Mind'i the Standard of tie Man —
TLis quotation occurs in Watte* Holm
Lyric?. In his estimate of " False Great
ness " he wrote :
Were IJJtJi U> reach the polc{
Or grasp the ocean with my sp« ,
I mn-t be measured by my s .uf ;
The mind's the Standard of the man.
As Qieer as Dick's Hatband. — This
proverbial saying is said -to allude to Uioh
ard Cromwell, who found $he crown un
suitable to his head. Amithef origin of the
expression is found in the following, given
on the authority of that " reliably" news
paper, the New York Journal uf CWmjjer'-.-^
which relates it at length in its department
of '• Question* and Answers":' There was
a character called Silly Disk (^ ick W'heol
baut). His hatband went ci vn times
around his hat, hut wouldn't Be ! But in
process the description was changed to one
that " went half round and tu&ed under,"
and another still more strange, which
"went half round and tied in a double
bow."
By Dint. -This expression Is very com
mon. The word "dint" is; the Anglo-
Saxon (hint, force, as of a bloA A dint is
a blow strong enough to n iks a Unit,
Milton speaks rf "that mort: ilint," and
Addison has "by ttint of armi '
Ilk. — This woril, commoi ly used in
Scotland and the North of England, has
two distinct meaning*, " eacl* ' as in the
phrase, "Ilk one of you," and?' the same,"
as in the phrase, " Macken/.'a ■>{ that ilk,"
where it means " Mtckenzi of Macken
zie," th? latter being the name of Macken
zie's ancestral estate. An ins roper nse of
the phrase has, however, beq»me common
in the newspapers of this country where
that sort, of that pirty, of thai class, etc.,
have given place to the k correct ex
pression "of that ilk."
Imp.— This word originally signified a
child or progeny. In an old work, •• Path
way Unto Prayer," reprinted by the Par
ker Society of London, the following pas
sage ocenrs : " L"t u« pray for the
preservation of the King's most excellent
Majesty, and for the prosperuui success of
his son, lvlward, our Prince, that most
angelic imp." Speuser, in the " I'aeria
Qaeen," hat :
" Ye sacred DLf* that in Parnassus dwell."
And another old writer. North : "He
took upon him to protect them all, and not
to suffer so goodly a* imp to lose the good
fruit of his youth. The word "imp" is
from the Antjlo Sixon impan, to plume. —
[Ss. Louis Globe- Democrat.
Bbight's Disease of the Kidneys, Diabetes
and other diseases of the kidneys and liver,
which you are beinsr so frightened abont. Hop
Bitters U the only thiog that will surely and
permanently prevent and cure. All other
pretended cures only relieve for a time and
then make you many times wor*e.
Go oct in the damp air, or sit unprotected
in a draft, and your throat will feel sore and
yt.ur bead uncomfortable. You have taken
a cold, which you can remove as promptly as
you received it by using Ayet's Cherry Pec
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f DAUW KCCOIIB.IMOV *EB!t».
I VOL. XYI.-XO. B4
SCIENTIFIC GOSSIP.
An underground telegraph system be
tween Paris and Marseilles is nearly ready
for u«e.
Vivisection is to be rigidly prohibited
throughout Sweden by order of the Gov
ernment.
Francs in 187S produced 17,600,000
pounds of cocoon* ; in 1879 only 11,000 000
pounds, and in ISSO 14,000,000 pound?'.
Dr. Hewsou asserts that the uommou
sparrow is liable to have smallpox and ia
capable of communicating that disease.
It is suggested by Herr Daeberg that the
moon may be habitable on the side invisible
from the earth, the water and the atmoi
phere being drawn thither by the effect* of
gravitation.
At a meeting of the Russian Chemiml
Society ou September 29:h, M. Mendele
jeff stated that the specific gravity of tho
petroleum of Baku was between 0.881 and
0 880, and that it yielded largs quantities
of vaseline.
Ultramarine blue is decided by M. Guckt
elberger to be a true definite chemical com
pound, requiring f or ita formation a tem
perature about tho melting point of zinc,
and toward tho end of the process even a>
ttill higher degree of heat.
In Europe electric railways are Rrowicg
rapidly in public estimation, not only on
the Continent, but in Great Britain. Al
ready 100 miles of electric transit are in
operation, and there is every probability of
the total mileage being considerably in
crease 1 , before the end of the present year.
Sir James Pagot ia indignant at the na
tare o( the English Ww agaiust vivisection.
"I may," he says, "pay a rat catcher to
destroy all the rat* in my house with any
poison he plea?es, but I may not myself,
unless with a license from the Home Sec
retary, poison them with snake poison."
On September Ist it waa announced that
the admission of new pupils to the course
of medical training for women at the
Nicholas Military Hospital, St. Petersburg,
will be discontinued after the present term.
When the now entered students finish their
course clinical instruction for women at the
hospital will cesae.
For tho second time the promontory of
Posilipo, west of Naples, hv! been tunneled,
and ia to accommodate a steam connection
between Naples and Pozzouli. Totrj wai
an ancient tunnel there passing under
Virgil's tomb. Some suppose that the old
tunnel was partially a natural formation
and that it had been enlarged by the an
cient Komans.
It is asserted that the electric lighting of
the Vaudeville, on the Boulevard Mont
martre, lias far exceeded the expectations
of the mo3fc saDguine. In a double senau
it is a brilliant event. Every night the
hall is densely crowded. It seems that
the power employed ia a 11 -horde power
gas engine, which, with Faure accumu
lators, issuli'uient to keep 250 Swan lamp*
iv a blale of incandescence every evening.
Captain King, of Paris, makes a posi
tive on glass from a negative, and on the
same glass, in this way : The back of the
negative is covered with^olnt'e bitumen
or asphalt, and t!(n thrtTdUW.
the negative. After f\ exposure sufficieii'^
to render the light part insoluble tho re
mainder of the asphalt is disolved off with
any of the useal solvent, and the result it
a positive. The silver negative is then
dissolved off with the chloride of coppei
and a tixiug agent.
An artist of Florence several years ay->
introduced a method of painting on silk or
other tine fabrics in such a way that Urn
surfaces of the colors were not damaged
when folded or rubbed, but remained a*
bright and aa smooth as wheu tirst put on
by the brush. Tne medium of the Adolti
procsaa is no longer kept secret, as it is
protected by patent. It is manufactured
for the use of amateurs and others. Somu
Italian artists, it ia said, have tried tho
medium for ordinary oil painting on can-
From a paper read before the/ I'.y^T^f
ciety of TMmania^l^fe^j. E *{^
son Uoad^-S-^HfThat the .wect-bmr
baa twwoif, rampant and formidable *. -r
and so^oave the cochineal cactus -
or tWo of its kindred develope 1
' ar "nuisances in Australia
Tf'Q Roxniman fii??* fc
abundant iv Tasn'->r
not flourish on t.
The A-nericau butt
occurs all over Austra.. ,
far out at sea in enormous flights.
BLESS HIS HEART.
la a vprvr *>V(T«nt n»li,;9 car entere<l a
weary-:
three
arms,
ahe »etti
uhaira,
was asl
A am.
eral fact
out to i ii .
one young
which shamed the countenance oi nic
others.
"Aontie,"ta<fl th«s boy tothoUly U
aide him, " I am going to carry my basket
of fruit and thin box of Kiadwichoa to tho
poor woman in the next car. You are will
ing, of conrse?" •"
He eagerly, but ihe angjp^fedT
"Don't be foolish, dear, joyr^fTzy neti
them yourself, *nd perhaps -the \v»man is
an impostor." -
"No, I'll not need -jfctyu," he answered
decidedly, hut in a very low tone,
" You know I had a hearty breakfast,
and don't need a lunch. The woman
looked hungry, anntie, and to tiTod, too.
with those three little babies clinging to
her. I'll be back in a minute, auntie ; 1
know mother wouldn't like it if I didn't
apeak a kind word to the least cf these
when I meet them."
The worldly aunt brushed a tear from
her eye after the boy left her, and aaid
audibly i " Jußt like hi* dear mother."
About nve minutea later, an tho lady
passed the mother and the three children,
she saw a pretty sight— the family feasting
as perhaps they had never done before ;
the dainty sandwiches were eagerly caUn,
the fruit-bzsket stood open.
The eldest child, with her mouth :M \
with bread . " r ■ 'ter, said, "Was the
pretty boy ».. - ■
" No," \,
.- .'.• :•!'. lei
"but he is doiog an^-el*
dear heart ' '
And w». too m&
heart!"— [^wna l.'al!
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Courting ase.
The icdwiJu 1 may I>o eaia to court disc ■■■>»
who ex,-c«oi Lim.clfj to tbe mi»*i:,.tic ufl.
eouea whic'i &m ri-i: to cbiiU coil fever, and
other malario i» epyd-im'e* and endemi
witbont previously fjprtifylng hit system
against th-:r ir.ni liou*\attaeks by the cae of
a protective medicinal Agent. The har.'J. r.'
constitution U !>/ uo u\»n* pmtf »Kaic»t
such maladit.-t, n.uuh lew otuKTUicrally we»V
or biliou-, of the ant»s;oniitic por^r of *hicfi
i- le^acoeJ by an irfegnlar htbit .f body.
The iohtSiiUDls of the b.ttonu Unda of tte
S u.h, if ihi new cleiritus of lh« We«t, of
sabarbao (MM where nunken lot" exiat, (4
*v~-7 ia^Uj -ji ty Aaasricior^wllnpnt. i-,
(a^t, wi.eie malaria v epidemic or sp'jri']; ■,
declare that tho only ttua antidote tothn tui
diniatic virus that th*y have ever u*ed h
HostetUt'n Stomach Bitten. There seema to
be something pectJiarly reaUtaut ia thii
star d*rd proven! ive and rexedy to all hurt- ,
fnl atnioepheHc influences.
" Landlady,'' said h», "thia cotUe isn't
settled." " No." she replied ; "neither i»
your hut moQth'n board bill."
Johs Colohah and hi» wife, No. 301 Ea-t
Forty- tirat street, New York, were both cured,
he of a »:vere sprain and hu wife of rhen«
matiiin, by one oottle of St. Jacrba Oil..
A babe, says a writer, ii % mother's an
chor. We have often heard that the first
thing tiht does is to weigh it.
Skisst M«m.— " WelU' Health Renews' 1
re»torea health and vigor, cures dyspeptia.
larpotence. SI.
Thi term " hydra " may be used to repre
sent any manifold evil. 11 yoa wonld battla
raccewfuUy with this many-heade<i monster
of diaeaee ynn will iiod it expedient to keep
Mrs Pinkham's Vegetable Compound always
at hand.— [L»r. Banning.

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