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Hjr goal «wart«, D. D.
(Harper* Weoklv. I
iv«rib'll* «HM the Ink the» «how
willen Luther U the Weed t»r»w.
i„tl,»«» iMt day« we're learned to knee
He lougut more wisoly then he knew.
. .. ii.,i far more than flaming ton<u,
n„. I „weiaeferll Itllnd with fright
Ink-stand by tbo.prlntor Hun*
11,e Premie of Derkneee put to High'.
, |,| lent lie« great Loth* r'a toogu,
, ,„| »«.wed la the hero'» hand
,'.'t mît blank thunder-bolt It Hung
i II rolhl and emlteo from land to
laortyr'a etako and prlaon sell,
tyrant'« yoke and eooniger'e rod,
Uid other .nglnery ul ltoll.
■'ll umltee »» with th, wrath of (Kid.
V whet noneontlng oaptlree lay
I» .simeratttlon'eghoetlr hall«,
i i,n ihm t h»» thrown the light ol day
Hrirren the thunder-rlren walla.
With Agnea eye«, H-larean hand«.
A„,l myriad tongue» to eurae or b'oa*.
I'.,..re walkatbe »arW. enlightened lande
uoe Idng ot all— th« rginnna Pnate.
v
land.
Tho
mi royal ferm u wrought of «t«el;
HI) ai.inOa Ui« «MAm'e hot breath:
,, iura him Power amt O.nlaa kneel;
HU imlle n Ilf»,hi. flown I» death -
IV iuiraesMd lightnings nr* hls steeds:
Hia hands are on tbe ourbtng wires;
Raoo oourrer every whisper heeds,
And cheeks or loosens nil bis first.
ill- baud li on the telephone ;
ilia llifbt electric burns nil path ;
Ho speaks his thoughts from sone to son#
l u loues If love or peals of wratb.
li iumetl*nes with a backward fling
H smites when he should help festend
Vit mainly alms this noblest king
lu» inkstand at the Devil's head.
Hü Wartburg« crown a million hills;
The walls are all of paper made;
111« ink, wbieh oountless measures Alls.
Ji ou those walls most deftly laid.
Ai)4 whether by hls hot broath blown,
_:j«d with all bis hundred h>ads,
Tii" »holo around the world is thrown,
i » bless and brighten all it s lands.
km, of the Inky sceptre, hell I
w » own th v sway, eourt thy control :
T!.y power shall more and more prevail
f udar It spread from pole to pole.
MORNING 8UHMA1U.
Tbe National Academy ol Science met
jtftenlay la New llavon, and the American
i'iRiiic Health Association In Detroit.
Governor Butler yesterday Issued n pro
damatbiD dcelgnatiug the 29th in&tant ts a
day of thanksgiving in Maasachus' tta.
Üleuimer's oil works, at Norristown.
Pouiiu., were burned iasteveulug, with 0,000
har re I s of oil and nil the machinery. Lose,
$75,000.
It U hared tliut the steamer Francis
Smith, which left Colllngwjod, Ontario,
Iasi wick, with 100 passengers, has beeulost
with all on board.
The loss by the Arc in 8hcnandoah, Penn«
»ylvaula, Is now estimated at |500,000.
( obinhuMon* are already being made for
the iclicf of Ibe suilerers.
I
a
I
Willie laborer* were pulling down an old
brick bourn In Klchmoud, Vinrlnla, ycater
J«y morning, pari of a wall (ell upon four
men, fatally Injuring them.
Kicliard II. Alricy, recent]
Governor Hamilton to be
Uy appointed
Chief Juatlce oi
tin- Maryland Court of Appeals, qualified
jwnrrday and entered upon hla new dudes.
Tue boilers In a sugar house at Bayou
Boeuf, Louisiana, exploded on Monday,
lining tbe onglnoer and two other men.
'I be engineer bad been married only two
rock..
A building In Toronto, occupied by the
Railway Supply aud Manufacturing Cora
l>,uy aud by John Penchon, dealer In olla
Mi l paint., wa> horned yceterday. Low,
$+ii,000.
Tbe Hoiue of Uepreaentatlvea it Harris
burg yesterday p .wed a concurrent reaolu
the isdjouiumeut ul the Logtalutuie
on December 5. The vote was 147 ye«« to
l'J u*y«.
The Washington Mar say« that Emory
Bpccr, United State« Attorney for Georgi*»
ha* accepted the position oi dpeclal United
iJiatcb Attorney in the Mouth Care Una elec
tion case«.
Mr«. Garrett, wife of John W. Garrett,
President of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail
in a dying condition. 8he ra*
tbiown from her carriage a lew weck« ago
aid buffered a severe concussion of the
I ram.
In Toronto, yesterday, James Maltheson,
ton Vi ted of playing faro, won sentenced to
P*y a lino ul ff Î40 or bo imprisoned for ten
da)a. He was convicted under a statute oi
two years ago.
ii is understood that the court-martial in
th-. ca.se of ToummoII Mesplle, chaplain 1 l
U n United State« Army, have lound him
guilty ol duplicating hl« pay accouuta, and
mommeudvd hla diemlasal iroin the service.
Tim National Arbitration League at a
meeting in Washington last night, decided
in change the date for the proposed Interna
tional Arbltratiou Convention ut riilladol
pbU from tho 22nd to the 27th ol Novem
•1»
'-i
it U bolieved that at the regular monthly
ni<rt lug ol the Western Natl Association In
l'it u>bu; g to-day, a «toppago of the factor
1'« lor lour weeks will he ordered. Trade Is
rcpjrted dull, prices low and «lock« small
aud i;l useoried.
Vteterday morning a \Vc«t Shore Railroad
coustruetion train was throwu from the
ton k near Rochester, New York, and three
l»ox eais full of workmen tumbled down an
em bunk meut. Thirty men wero Injured,
fcewral pet hap« fatally.
No action was taken at yesterday's Cabi
net in. uiing in regard to the vacancies In
Un.* Court of Claims and the Surgeon Gen
truibhip ot the army, aud it la understood
Dun hey will uot he lllled until after the
hiuciiug ol Cougress.
Lizzie A. Eppensy a school teacher at
Mount Auburn college, In Cincinnati, left a
note on Monday staling that her body could
he lound In the p< nd lu trout ol her home.
The pond was dragged yesterday aud her
hotly louud. No cause can be assigned lor
the act.
i lie Misaissagos Indians at Port Credit,
CuniiUn, arc about to lorm, with tho ap
pru-al of tho Dominion Government, a
legal municipality. This ts done under the
frovLIoua of tbe "Iudiau act," and it la
-u,«j>ijbcd the example will be followed by
biiu r tribes.
1 he Irish National League iu Quebec and
ha* held a meeting aud denounced as cal um
hie» ' the slanderous n ports telegraphed to
certain American aud Luglitk papers claim
ing' the dLcuvery oi a preunueu dynamite
l»u,t to murder Lord Lanadowne ^nd other
buch uouseuae,"
! Mary Wolf, one of the factory girls who
jump'd trorn a burning building in Charles
ton, doutb Carolina, on Monday, died yes
terday of her injuries. Sueau Bond and
Maggie Qutuleck are iu a critical condi
The remains of Laura Green and
Abigail Guy have boon recovered from tho
building.
ibe committee of experts appointed to
toiifelder tbe cause« of the collapse of the
hmv capitol building, iu Madison, Wise an
si u, "have fuuui nothing defective in the
plan?, but find serious latent defect«" in the
irou work which sustained the roof of tho
south exteusu n of tho bulldiug. Some
ol the feupportlug column« revealed In
b*rnal flaws which rendered them worth
Han.
1499.
A tek'gram from the City of Mexico .ay«
that the telegram published Iu Europo and
attributed to F resident Goncale., atatlDK
that the eetilement of the English debt by
Curio, Riva», a, ratifiai by the Mexlcau
Couursb», 1» Irrevocable, 1, olllclally stated
te b* a targary. Congru** merely authorlaed
lha fra.ia.ut to nltl. th, debt». II. baa
sot tUUkl that the debt ta aettted, u Us
agreement has ncuu ratified. The dispatch
adila: "Tho Mexican novernmcnt la Investi
gating the authorship of the paid telegram."
A deepati'li Irnm C'oinancbu, Texas, eaya
that during the bberifl'a abnenco on Sunday
night a party of no armed auil maeUud
battered In tho jail door, overpowered the
S hards and took out two brother» named
alley and hanged them to a tren In a grave
yard a mile from town. It le not said with
what crime the men were charged.
It Is announced that all the manufacturers
of barbed wire In Joliet, Illinois, will shortly
romovo their factories to Missouri and other
Western point* within the Jurlsdlutiou ut
Judge Treat, whose recent decision» In 8t.
Louis, declaring the Washburn patonta In
valid, protect* all the manufacturers there
from Interference and the payment of a
royalty. Between 800 and 1,000 men will
be thrown out of employment.
John Fleming, of the firm of Fleming <fc
Morrlum, of Chicago, «Vus arrested in Bis
marck, Dakota, on Monday evening, on an
Indictment found to Chleugo for using the
malls for fraudulent purposes. Fleming
has been In Bismarck for several month],
under the name of Colonel J. Ï. Woods,ami
bought much real estate, which has bean at
taebad by ' the attorneys acting for tho
dupes of the firm."
J. H. Oaverly said to u reporter In Hew
Fork laat evening that he was about to build
two new theatres, one In Hew York and the
other In Philadelphia. The money for the
enterprise, be said, would be furnished by
cüo capitalists. The New York thestre
would be built upon tbe plan of the London
Alhambra, would coat (1,300,000, and have
a seating capacity for 4,000 persons.
Philadelphia theatre would be built upon
the same plan, but on a less extensive scale.
He expected to have the theatres ready to
open by November, 1881.
The 400th anniversary of the birth of
Martin Luther was celebialcd In the New
York Academy of Music by tbe Evangelical
Alliance last evening. The building was
crowded to lta utmost capacity. The Ora
torio 8oclety, under the leadership of Dr.
Damroaob. sang "Ein 1 Feste Burg, 1st
Unser Gott" and other hymns. Keverend
Koderick Toriy presided,
was read by Rev. Dr. Krotol, and prayer
wa* offered by Bishop Simpson. Addresses
were delivered by Hon. John Jay, the
President of the Alliance, and by Rev.
Phillip* Brooks.
Ohl
Thfl
The 40th Psalm
TKLEURAFU 1TKM.
Utioa. juwe 0, l'f3.
Fha.vk W. Horvaxv, clerk of tho American
District Telegraph Go, aaya: "Having had occa
sion to us# a mcdloino for kldnoy troublo with a
lame hack, I was recommended by one of our
Utioa druggists to uso Hunt's Remedy, nahe
had sold a good deal of it to mauy of our loading
families horo with great suoeosa foP kidney,
liver, and urinary troubles. 1 purchased soiito,
and have only used three bottle*. It haa cured
me, and 1 can,truly recommend Hunt's Remedy
to any one In need of the beat modlcloe for theae
complain** "
TI1K WIDOW'S RIITK.
ln compliance with your request 1 send you a
statement of my case. 1 will write you with a
double purpose, first to thank you for tho great
amount of good your medlcino. "Hunt s Horn
, and secondly, with the hope
that my recovery will induce somosufleror to ilo
&« I did, "use the groat epeoilio and bo curod."
For nearly a whole year 1 was an lnvalld.unahle
to go out of the house, and a great part of the
time confined to my bod, a living, powerless
subject of th« m<Mt drcadftil of ail disoasos,
"kidney cornpl ml." From the long suffering
I became wen*, iron» the loss of streugth, with
a lack of virti> /, nnd very much reduoed in
flesh. All this i une I was taking various m» di
eines, aud UHtioi theoaro of our family Uootor,
and not roceiving a particle of help. 1 had al
most despaired cf getting well when my atten
tion waa cs» led to Hunt's Bemody by a boarder
in my family. 1 commencod taking lt(unknown
to tho doctor) with bat little hopes of relief.
This Eou-beltef was
I dally beg
of Hunt 's )
edy," bar done
ditpelled, however, os
to Improve. I eontluned tho use
{omody(and to mako o long story
short), upmI eight bottles, dispensed with tho
doctor, and to the surprise of all who knew
and my own great satisfaction, been mo a* well
. All pains aud aches vanished, appe
tite returned, gained Ptrongth and flesh, and
to-day consider myself a* well as
too glad to plane my testimony with that of
many othrrs.
That your incdlclho, "Hunt's Uemody,"
Drought mo from a eiok-bod 1 well know, nnd
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Mm*. L. W. Clark,
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as
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\
m
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a cure."
Ik \ ' ' i
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J
The Preacher'c tiolet Habits.
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check; or draft.
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Ont volume under Tav Obwtdry name, we
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price, 910.
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Or
BTtSAMMHllr l.lNl'.H.
«-CHANGE OT TIME !-»
AND AFTER WED
IVES DAY, NOTEMBER 7,
LftS, THK fllEAMER
o N
WILMINGTON,
From Fourth street wharf at 8 a. m. ; giving
p saenger* four hour« at Philadelphia; returning
at S.Sb p. m. This change of time lias been ma<iv
to give the Wll ingtonfmaa boat leaving Wll
töÜjlftbl<fWnH" , ™ lu ' ,ram Pbll«lcl^lj(k ll »t
^NCHOR LINE.
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMSHIP*
bail From New York Every
Saturday for
GLASGOW via. LONDONDERRY,
passage, |80 to f«0. Second cabin, fffi.
Steerage, outward, füg, Prepaid, |21.
LIVERPOOL A QUEENSTOWN SERVICE.
CITY OF ROME sails Oct. W, Dec. L
BELGRAVIA sails Nov. S. Dec. 8
rURN E8SIA sails Nov. 17, Deo. XL
Cabin passage fflOtoflOO according to i
d itlons. Becond Cabin and Steerage
Anchor Line Drafts Issued at lowest rates
paid tree of charge in England, Scotland and
Ireland.
For Paoeage. Cabin Plans. Book of Tonrs,
dkc., apply to HFNDKK80N BROTHERS, Nev
York, or SAMUEL F. BKTTH. Adams Express,
or, A. D. LeCarpenter, DuPont's Mills, ftll
nlugton
Cabin
occom »no
us above.
WMMIOHT MUSKS.
PHILADELPHIA.
pOR
WARNER'S
Philadelphia and Wilmington
Propellers
Ball dally from Market street wharr, Wilming
ton, and first wharf below Chestnut street,
Philadelphia, atSp. m.
FREIGHT CARRIED *
by any other line, and dare fall y handled
under our personal supervision. Express deliv
eries made in either city by our own wagons.
SB low
Chas. Warner & Co.
Only office in the elty connected with Telephone
Exchange by two wire«, two transmitters and
two Indicators. m28-tf
pOR NEW YORK.
Electric Line Steamers Triplet,
Vesper and Annie
-SAIL FROM—
King Street Wharf, I Pier 15, Ea«t River,
Wilmington,Del., I New York,
Tuesday, Thursday, I Monday, Wednesday
Saturday, a p. n. | Fridays, 4 p. m.
Freight carried as low as by any other Une
* nd A. tnt.
MWAH VLAlm
ARTIZANS SAVING BANK.
KO. BX MARKET STREET,
'JIM
iNCOBrORATKD JANUARY MTB, 180.
its from 9«. m. until 4 p.m.
Haturday evenings
to 8 o'clock.
Open to receive depos
and on Tuesday i
from 7
SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
itfifx laviy mode In April and October. When
dmdvmds a ra not withdrawn they are accounted
as depots. Thus permanent deposits compound
their Interest twice in each year.
MANAGERS:
George W. Basil,
George 8. Capelle.
M. L. Lichtenstein,
Clement B. Smyth,
Charles W. Howland,
Nathaniel B.Beason,
Henry F. Dure,
W. Hastings,
ltd ward l'usey,
Edward Darlington,
JobR. Jackson.
William H. bwtlL
Anthony Higgins.
febii-iy
zjqvom ozuitama.
GRAND UNION HOTEL,
[European Flan]
and Restait rakt,
opposite the Pennsylvania depot,
Wilmington, Delaware.
This hotel Is a new building, entirely newly
furnished In a most «louant style and offers
American and German comfo*ts. Refreshments
and eatables flrnt-claas at fair prices.
. le» _ HENRY BLOUTH. Proprietor.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
very Une liquors fur medi
cinal, flavoring and cooking purposes.
We ask a trial of
FRENCH SPIRITS l
NEW ENGLAND RUM I
JAMAICA RUM, SCOTCH'
AND IRISH WHISKIES I
SHERRY AND PORT WINE !
Francis Kelly & Co.,
106 MARKET ST.
Chai. J. H. Beckett,
108 WEST SEVENTH STREET,
IWILMINGTON, DEL.
SAMPLE ROOM.
My stock of Wines, Liquors and Fine
Cigars is unsurpassed in this State.
____ _
JOHN
4ND SOLE AGENT OF WILLIAM MAMMY
* CO.'S PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
P. DONAHOE.
-BOTTLER OF
* Cfc.sbrated Bartholomay Jtwtiieeter Beer.
Che brewlOR. are unequalled for amity and
Barer: constantly on hand Ibkm. or
bottled. Mlneial water, la all
tbe disert nt flavor..
^.7 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WlLMINGrON. DEL.
J^PollK and accommodating driver«. Orden
uy mall promptly attended to. ue la aiao counec
ted with the Telephone Exchange, and hla aigna
la-"%T8 myl-18
QRANGE GROVE
PURE RYE WHISKY.
-IV FACT—
THK PUREST. RIGUEBT AND BEBT BYE
WHISKY EXTANT.
By the gallon or bottle.
JAMES A. KELLY
?
Uniform in
qu ' u yiok
Absolutelypure rye.
an« delicate la flavor.
A eure and eafe toals.
A reliable etlmnlant
8. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE STS.
mva-lT-ft
Atlantic Garden,
No. 224 King Street,
WM. LEGG, Proprietor.
4SrOur bar is always stocked with the choicest
WIN KB, LIQUORS and CIGARS. TEN PIN
ALLEY and SHUFFLE BO K RD connected with
the garden. Give us a call.-fEB
nev7-14-tf
TBE BE8T GLASS
A —OF—
LAGER BEER!
»t
-IN THE CITY, ALBG—
PORTER AND AI.E
ON DRAFT, AT
E. P. FREYE'S
NO. 17 EAST SECOND STREET.
Jytt -t fl2 .
gPECHT & SPAHN
Excelsior Lager Beer Brewery
—AND—
BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT,
CORNER FIFTH AND DUPONT STREETS,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
49*Orders by mall promptly filled.
Families supplied with bottled beer; pint
bottles 8u cents a dozen.
A share or your patronage is respectfully solic
ited. Ieli-1-17
V
Henry College
1 LOTTERY
$30,000 tor |2
•JRD REGULAR MONTHLY DRAWING
O WILL TAKE place In the Masonic. Hall,
Masonic Temple Building. In Louisville. Ky.,
Thursday, November 29, 1883.
A LAW FUI. LOTTERY AND FAIR DRAW
INGS, chartered bv the Legislature of Ky., and
twice declared legal by tbe highest court In the
State. Bond given to Henry County In the sum
off100,000 for the prompt payment of all prizes
A REVOLUTION IN SINGLE NUMBER
DRAWINGS.
AM*Every ticket holder his ewn supervisor,
in call out the number on hls ticket and see the
the tag placed In the
a rawing* will
Thurrdty of every monta.
corresponding number
wheel In hls
•ccur
Head tbe magnificent
These
IMt
I he
NOVEMBER SCHEME.
1 Prize..»..,
1 Prise.
1 Prise.
J Prises, 92,
.smsoo
-10,000
. 9.000
8,030
. MW'
. 10,000
6>4)««Ch
10 M
100 ••
900 *'
B00 "
100 ••
80 ••
90 ••
10 ••
ftSS
19.000
10.000
»0 " Approximation. IM
^ 1,900
i* 0 «» ;;
9 "
• **
100 •
1,897 Prise«.
.9110.900
WHOLE TICKETS, 92. HALF TICKET» fl.
V Tickets, 910; 6S Tickets, 9100 .
Yn^Letter, Ot sal
Remit Money or Bank Drei
by Express, Don't «end by
root Offioe Order Orders o
sirruTMffis:
>3
jrr* c mix ammo va.

VERY PROUD?
f I
Yes—ol our Overcoats. Prouder still when they ceased
to be ours and become yours. $100,000 worih of them made
and making, and 90 per cent, of them now on our counters
Fashionable men will be surprised at our Overcoa's, and all
Men—and Boys—can be suited with them.
WANAMAKER & BROWN,
Oak Hall,
S. E. Corner Sixth and Market.
The Remington Standard Type-Writer!
A Machine which
Is fast taking tbe
place of the pen.
What the Sewing
Machine 1« to th.
needle the Type
Writer D to the pen.
lng professional sad
business men.
Correspondence a*
llclted. Send for oar
new pamphlet.
WYCKOFF, SEA
MANS A BENEDICT
Sole Aeente.
J. W. Eablx,M an
ager, 715 Chestnut
St. Phils. Pa.
It should be in
every office and study
15,000 In dally use. |
Endorsed by all lead
JOHN MEALEY.
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Sole Agent for State of Delaware lor
WERNER & CO.'S
Champagne ine
PRICE LIST.
Per Case U
do *4
ft
*7.00
*d.ou
DISMOUNT IN QUANTITIES.
8 Cans
- 5 per cent.
10 per cent. .
- 15 per cent.
10 Cases -
26 Cases
MPORTKD
BELFAST GINttJCK ALE BASS ALE. BROWN STOUT.
IMPORTED AND KEY WEST OIQAIIS.
Pure Rye Old Star Whisky,
Diamond O Whisky.
IMPORTED BEER!
We have "Kaiaer," from Bremen; "Pilsen" from
Bohemia, and "Culmbach" from Bavaria.
"WE GUARANTEE THE IMPORTATION.
»
-WE HAVE ALSO
'Milwaukee," "Rochester," Stoeckle's and Fehren
boch'a Stock Lagers.
INDIA PALE ALES, BROWN STOUT & PORTER
-WE BELIEVE UNSURPASSED
SODA WATERS
AS FOLLOWS :
Tonic Beer, Champagne Nectar Cider, Ginger Ale, Sarsaparilla,
Lemon. Also White Wine and Cider Vinegars.
FOOKD BOTTLING CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Orange Streets,
WILMINGTON,
DELAWARE
KENNEBEC ICE AND COAL COMY
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, N. R. COB. 8ECOND AND KING STREETS ;
-ICE HOUSE AND CXIAL YARD OVER THIRD STREET BRIDGE
Branch Office and Depot, Fourth and Poplar sts, and No. 200 West Eighth st.
PRICE OF EASTERN ICE :
ft cents per week 116 pounds dally
Si " ** " *> "
pounds dally.
84 emit p«r
98 •• *«
..$1.00 •• **
m POUNDS AND OVER AT THE RATE OF 60 CTB. PER 100 POUNDS.
The least neglect or Incivility on the part of the driver should be made known at the rifle«
once, and It will receive prompt attention. We keep constantly on hand a CHOICE SELECT Mi B
OF IX)AL from the most popular mines, which we deliver In cellars Tree of charge, where slu-et
wagon «an be used. mvl-i-20
7o
12 ••
■L
DR. CLARK JOHNSON S,
Indian Blood Syrup !
Cures all difeaseBof the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,
Kidneys, Skin and [Blood MILLIONS testify to
its efficacy in hading the at c ve-name J diseases, sn 1
pronounce it to be the
-BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN
[JjßJ " Guaranteed to cure DYSPEPSIA. SPJ\
AGENTS WANTED.
Labratoiiy, 77 W. 3d St. New Yoik City. Drnggwte satt SL
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