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The Richmond Palladium, Friday, June 22, 1906.
Page 3.' TT T1 Strength A weak and exhausted con dition usually follows over work, too close confinement, or unusual mental strain. Every day a certain amount of vital ity is consumed, and n not re plenished by sleep, rest am nourishment, soon wrecks tl nervous system. The results are sleeplessness, headfiie, indigestion, imperfect circula tion, etc.. which anectf the orrrans of the body. tRestore your nerve sfrcnh your vitality, with Dt. Miles' Nervine, and your wole sys tem will recuperat. Your sleep will be soun and re freshing, headache will dis appear, and digcttin improve. "When I hfimn alnjr Dr. Mills' Restoratlv NervlnI lwas physically In a very had condtlin. I was weak and exhausted, an hardly able to keep up. I could not eat sufficient to keep up my et.renirth. I suffered rreatly from sleeplessness, and got. vrry little rent. The Kentoratlvoi Nervine noon brought. refreshing! Blep, and I grained rapiaiyiin etiyngin until 1 waa fully rettored. Ilhavd plnce taken It whenever I ha fcl the need of a nerve tonic, and sgwav with v-ry satisfactory remiltx."! I WM. A. CLARK, Rockt ord, lsi Dr. Miles' Nervine Is seld by Jur druggist, who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. If It falls, he will refund your money. , Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind THE NEW PHILLIPS VAUDEVILLE THEATER O. G .M-JRRAY MANAGER. WEEK OF JUNE 18TH. DAILY at 3 and 8:15 P. M. A MISS GRAYCE MILLER, Overture. B. CARL RAYMOND. Comedy Acrobat, Singer and Dance O THE TWO WRENS. Society Skit, "Her Namesake . iin traducing Lew Wren's Whising Solos. . . . . D. MISS LEONA THOMPSON Illustrated Songs. . . . E. KITTIE "EMMETT 6 McEL" E. LILLIAN. Ecentric Singers and Dane F. -LAFAYETTE LYRIE FO Original Singing Gyp.Bles, Mother to Guldo Her ". . . No G. MLLE DAIR. '.Sensational Atrial Novelty. K THE PHILOSCOPE. The latest Motion Pictures. Coolest place in city, eight electric fans. Meet me at the Phillips. GENNETT THEATRE . VAUDEVILLE. IRA, SWISHER, Manager. WEEK OF JUNE 18th. . Daily 3, 8 and 9:20 p. PROF. GUO FREDERICK Overture. THE FOUR ELLSWORTH in the one act Society Playlet, "The Silk Stockings." CLARK & DUNCAN. Refined Comedy Entertainers. MARION LIVINGSTON, inger and Acrobatic Dancer. , ERNEST RENK. Uustrated Songs. CARROLTON & HODGES. ' Blackface Comedians. BISSONNETTE & NEWMAN. America's Foremost Athletes. . THE GENOSCOPE. la up-to-date Motion Pictures. Hair Dressing I Parior. Shompooing, Hair Dressi Marcel Waving Manicuring, Chiropod i I Clectroiysi race ana 5caip massaje Suite 44, Colonial Yidg. HOME PHONK 1841 LEVATOR SKRVICE. S. A. LQTT 9 S. fin St. CABINET MAI fine Cabinet Work and Repairing. CLIFFORD O. KESS&ER ? 1018 MAIN STRE? J TINNER X General Job Work & Rapajring. 7 TV ..Strawberri.. Season Fresh berries, (per 10c Canning:, 3 qts texE5c Raspberries, per lSx 10c Phone orders faithfully filled and promptly delivered. RICHMOND TEA, COFFEE' AMD GROCERY CO. Phone 138 715 Main St ! m rl Hln I I 1 m. m , 1 m VETERAN TAKES . FIRST RESPITE Porter Cartwright Baggage aster on G. R. & I. is on tiis Vacation. LONG TIME IN HARNESS HAS BEEN RUNNING BETWEEN FT. WAYNE AND RICHMOND FOR PERIOD OF MORE THAN THIRTY-FIVE YEARS. Portfr Cartwright one of the oldest and best known baggage masters run ning between Ft. Wayne' and Rich mond has been granted a leave of abswmce for 30 days during which tlrm) he will spend two weeks around tiro scenes of his early boyhood days the south. The remainder of the time will be spent sojourning along the southern coast. On his return he expects to bring back with him a number of young alligators which he will present to some of his friends in Richmond and on the road. Mr. Cartwright's time of service with the road dates back to the early seventies. Though a southerner by birth, when the civil war broke out and both North and South were call ing for volunteers Cartwright then at the age of 4 years, was quick to per ceive that the North was in the right. Running away from home he enlisted with the Union army as drummer boy, serving until the close. After return ing home his stay was brief. Being of a roving disposition, he concluded t6 see inore of the country. After a few years of life through the most unsettled parts of the West, he re turned to Indiana. Arriving at Ft. Wayne he took employment with the Q. R. & I. Ry., which was then being built. He has been in the service con tinually since. The Palladium's new story, "The Wings of the Morning," by Louis Tracy, will begin fn next Sunday's issue. Don't miss the first installment. LIZARDS OF BARBADOS. Tlicy Can Cliana-e Color and Drop ' fchelr Talfa mi Will. The green lizards which swarm on every tree' certainly have the hardest life of uny creatures in Barbados, since their' flesh in so delicate tbnt every thing eats them which can catch them. Cats, fowls, birds, monkeys and snakes all devour the poor lizards, which have only two methods of defending them- Ives, both very inadequate for the rpose. One is their power of chang- ig their color, whereby they can ap pear bright green at one moment on the leaf of an aloe and then dark choc- 'olate brown on a piece of damp earth. If this does not conceal them from their enemy they drop their tails. The caudal appendage jumps from the ground and makes a frantic dance all by Itself, and if the pursuer Is delud ed Into seizing It the lizard avails It self of the chance to escape and grow another tail. For the rest the poor lizards are harmless things, with pathetic eyes, in whjeh lurks an expression of weari ness and disillusion, as though they were as old as the world itself and had found it all vanity and vexation of spirit They are fond of plaintive "mu sic and will enter at the open windows when a piano is playing and sit listen ing and nodding their queer flat heads and looking, out of those wistful eyes at the player till he or she, if of an lm- atlye temperament, might fancy e were playing to an audience of transmigrated souls. Chambers' Jour naL Gold valenclennes lace Is the most exquisite novelty. ' Both edging and in tertlon are woven of the gold thread. Many of the newest evening stock ings are much elaborated with real lace Incrustations on the instep. Others are exquisitely embroidered by hand. Colored leather, also bronze and gold en shoes, are fashionable for evening wear, as are the narrow gold and white and black and white striped shoes. Sat in shoes are less worn, though still pop ular for young girls, with simple open work silk and embroidered stockings to match. Brooklyn Eagle. JEWELRY JOTTINGS. It Is a fad of the season that Co we pins should match the costume. For unique effects that of wearing incut jewels, mounted as pendants or charms, Is gaining favor. A very pretty new bracelet Is com posed of squares of gold arabesques connected by three rows of chains, atyrat an Inch long, In rather heavy links,- the whole being finished in R ,man gold. Tendants are still much in rogue and constant variations In outlines appear as well as In color schemes and treat ment. A charming oval pendant is good sized opal set in a wreath os? small flowers and leaves carried out In olivines and diamonds and suspended from a diamond bow. Jewelers Circular-Weekly. OLD FASHIONED. What has become of the old fash ioned woman who was accused of prinking? What has become of the old fash ioned man who always asked his tall friends, "How Is the weather up there?" What has become of the old fash ioned man who said to a visitor when dinner was ready, "Set up and have a bite?" What has become of the old fash ioned man who said In abusing a neighbor. "He hasn't the sense he waa oro with rj Atchison Globe. amn - r CARL RAYMOND, At the Vaudeville at the Gennett. With a combination of singing, dan cing and dialogue, Clark and Dun can, refined comedy entertainers, are doing their full share toward the en tertainment of audiences at the Gen nett, in vaudeville, this week, and they have been well received. Mr. Clark is especially clever and his ef forts to amuse do not go unrewarded. Marlon Livingston, singer and acro batic dancer, performs some diffi cult feats in an acrobatic way and is, clever as a dancer. Bissonnette and Newman, athletes, are among the best in this line and fully entitled to the good things that have been said about them elsewhere. The illustrated songs and motion pitceures this week are of an entertaining nature, the for mer appealing especially to those who are fond of sentimental and the latter more to those who enjoy come dy. On top of all this the Four Ellsr worths put on their society playlet, A Silk Stocking," accompanied by clever singing and dancing by the ju venile members of the family, making in all one of the most satisfactory bills of recent months at the Gennett. Vaudeville at the Phillips. The Lafayette Lyric Quartet, which is one of the features in the vaude ville bill at the N'e--' rhillips this week, is an organization that is known far and wide and which is familiar to those who keep in touch with theatrical matters, as "the ori ginal singing gypsies." This quartet has been long before the public, as has traveled thousands of miles to fill its engagements, the bookings being many weeks ahead. It is only by tear ing themselves away that the mem bers are able to get rest at any time in the year, for during the winter sea son the vaudeville houses want them and during the summer, the vaude ville houses, parks and other lines of entertainment all demand their ser vices. The singing of the quartet has been well received by audiences at the New Phillips and many extra numbers have been In response to in sistent applause. Another veteran in the line of public entertainment is Lew Wren, who has been before the American public a long time, but not so long that he Is a back number. As sisted by Mrs. Wren (and by the way they are real "birds") he puts on a turn that is not overshadowed by other numbers on the program, here or elsewhere. There is much else onA the New Phillips bill of interest. A S-S-SERENADE. C-ooxue to me, 1-love. The hour grow Hate, 1 And, lo, the" drowsy whlppoorwill Doth murmur to his drowsy mate. While I am c-c-catchins qulta a ch-ch-chlll. My f-f-falthful heart for thee doth, b-b-beat, , For ne'er hath It affection lacked. I fain would sing- to thee, my sweet. But, oh, my d-d-doffgoned voice Is c-c-c-cracked ! C-c-come to me, 1-1-love. My k-k-qui-nine's gone, But still my heart Is t-t-t-true to you. My overcoat Is yet In p-p-pawn. But love is e'er the sa Achew! Sweet C-C-Cupld stands b-beside me here. B-b-but, oh, he ought to g-g-get some, clothes! Then hasten with a b-b-blanket, d-d- dear. w, oarn it iui, j. win D-o-De r-r-r-rrozeiy trt n i y, n I sail r ruiciaco tau. nim Point of View. Td have you know I always ' weigh my words." "Yes, you're right, and you don't for get to give good measure." He Kept the Matton. A colonel in one of the Pennsylvania regiments during the war wa s particu lar ly opposed to the soldiers foraging and stealing supplies. But the boys would forago In spite of everything, trusting to luck to run the' blockade and safely reach their tent with the captured prize. A jolly young soldier was caught one Bight sneaking into camp with a Juicy hind quarter of mutton Impaled on hia bayonet. "Where did. you get that meat?" demanded the colonel teternly. "Killed it In self defense,' I was the unblushing reply. "In self defense, eh? "Tea, sir. You see. colonel, the crit ter flew at me out here in the woods a ways, an I wasnt goin to let no wild animal get the best of me while I waa folly armed an ablo to defend myself, so I" "That'll do; you're excusable this time, young man," said the colonel re lazing Into a smile, "and, by the way, I've got a little errand for" you." "Tea, sir," antwered the culprit salut ing. "When you have turned that game over to your messmates you can go and get the other hind quarter and bring it to my torn t." New York Time. AT THE THEATERS New Phillips This Week. ARMED WITH CORN KNIFE MUNCIE PEOPLE ALARMED Mrs. Mary Breen Is to Be Brought to Richmond Asylum Because of Her Desire to Harm Family and Neighbors. Muncie, Ind., June 21. (Spl.) Armed with a corn knife, Mrs. Mary Breen, who was recently declared In sane, terrorized her relatives and neighbors yesterday, driving them be hind bolted doors and compelling them to appeal to the officers for as sistance. Sheriff Perdiue, Constable Floyd and the police force tried to lo cate her yesterday afternoon, but she successfully evaded them. She was declared insane several weeks ago, but had never been taken to the Richmond hospital, as she had shown signs of improvement. How ever, in the last few days there has been a change for the worse in her condition. Her relatives with whom she. has been staying, were unable to restrain her. There is no place at the state hospital at the present time and it is the intention of the officials to place her in the county infirmary until arrangements can be made to transfer her to the Richmond institu tion. FIRST DISTRICT. South of Main. West of 7th. 1-2 1st and S. C, Piano Factory. 1-3 2nd and S. B. l-4-4th and S. D. 1-5 5th and S. B. 1-6 5th and S. H. 1-8 7th and S. C. 1-9 7th and S. J. SECOND DISTRICT. South of Main, between 7tfi and 11th. 2-1 Sth and Main. 2-3-8th and S. E. 2-4 7th and S. G. 2-5 9th and S. A. 2-6 10th and S. C. 2-7 11th and Main. 2-8 11th and S. J. THIRD DISTRICT South of Main, East of 11th. 3-2 12th and S. E. 3-4 14th and Main. 3-6 14th and S. C. r3-6-18th and S. A. 3-7 20th and Main. ' 3-8 15th and S. A. , FOURTH DISTRICT. ! North of Main, West of 10th to river. 4-1 3d and Main, Robinson's shop. 4-2-3d and N. C. 4-3 City Building. 4-4 Sth and N. G. 4-5 Gaar, Scott & Co. ;4-6 No. 1 Hose House, N. 8th. V 4-7 Champion Mills. 4-8 10th and N. I. 4-9 9th and NE. 4- 12 City Electric Light Plant. FIFTH DISTRICT. , West Richmond and Sevastopol. ,r 5 W. 3rd and Chestnut. 5- 1 W. 3d and National Avenue. 5-2 W. 3d and Kinsey. 5-3 W. 3d and Richmond Avenue. 5-4W. 1st and R. R. 5-5 State and Boyer. 5-6 Grant and Ridge. 5-7 Hunt and Maple. 5-8 Grant and Sheridan. 5- 9 Bridge Avenue, Paper Mill. 5-12 Earlham College. SIXTH DISTRICT. North of D, East of 10th. 6- 1 Railroad Shops. 6-2 Hutton's Coffin Factory. 6-3 Hoosier Drill Works 6-4 Wayne Works. 6-5 City Mill Works. 6-6 15th and R. R. 6-7 13th nd N. H. SEVENTH DISTRICT. Between Main and North D. East of ICth. 7 9th and N. A. 7-1 11th and N. B. . 7-2 14th and N. C. . 9 7-3 No. 3 Hose House. 7-4 18th and N. C. 7-5 22d and N. E. SPECIAL SIGNALS. , 2- 2-2 Patrol Call. N 3- 3-3 Fire Pressure. 1-2-1 Fire out. 3 Fire pressure oft A Waralag, The poet awakened with a shudder ing scream. "Whet is it?" cried his wife. "What Is itr "A. terrible dream," he said. MI spent an hour last evening writing a poem about the glory of the good old times. and I dreamed just now that by some magical Influence I had been set back some eighty years. No telephone, ne telegraph, no gas, no electric light; no plumbing in the house no modern con venience whatever!" "But that needn't have frightened you," said his wife soothingly. "That wasn't the worst of it. There were no magazines to which to sell poems about the good old timea." Judge.. r " : A IIEALTIIYjJLD AGE OFTENTHEBESTPARTOFLIFE Help for Women Passing Chang of Life Through Providence has allotted 11s each at least seventy years in which to fulfill our mission in life, and it is generally our own fault if we die prematurely. Nervous exhaustion invites disease. This statement is the positive truth. When everything becomes a burden and you cannot walk a few blocks with out excessive fatigue, and you break out into perspiration easily, and your face flushes, and you grow excited and 6haky at the least provocation, and you cannot bear to be crossed in any thing, you are in danger ; your nerve have given out ; you need building up at once ! To build up woman's nerv ous system and during the period of change of life we know of no better medicine than Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound. Here is an illus tration. Mrs. Mary L. Roehne, 371 Garfield Avenue, Chicago, 111., writes: " I have used Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for years in my famfiy and it never disappoints; so when 1 felt that J was rearing the change of life I commenced treat ment with it. I took in all about six bottles and it did me a great deal of good. It stopped my dizzy spells, pains in my back and the headaches with which I had suffered for months before taking the Compound. I feel that if it had not been for this great medicine for women that I should not have been alive to-day. It is splendid for women.old or young, and will surely cure all female disorders. " Mrs. Pinkham, daughter-in-law of Lydia E. Pinkham, of Lynn. Mass., in vites all sick and ailing women to write her for advice. Her great experience is at their service, free of cost. HEME AND Green or Black HOT OR ICED. Their absolute purity gives them a distinct individuality. They preserve this distinction even when weakened by the addition of ice. Are sold loose or In seated pack Pacific Tea ets by Great Atlantic & Co., 727 Main. If you have good "opportun ity eyesight" you will find some things in the want ads today which most people will overlook. Before you throw The Palladium aside, look over the classified advertisements. (SffilH IBBS (Greatest CtwCrf THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM IS ESSENTIALLY in Richmond. Going to press at three -fortyifive-every;HTio is issued in time to make every rural-route reachedmemmgwcnthetcrur,t7 Double Other INTELLEGENT RURAL RJUJTE. PATRONS have beeXqtiick-to rerttee the Vantages, of receiving a locapaper the samerdayjitMS pubnehedamMiave subEfled to! the PALLADIUMpushlng its ruralroulelistHiprbwJca?sand baundsV until now. the PALLADIUM has combined. Reaches Routers Day6ff THE BIGGEST ARGUMENT that the PALLADIUM is the only Richmondpa reaching them the same day of publication. Neither of the evening papers of Saturday reach the rural routers until the following Monday. Saturday's PALLADIUM reaches the rural router, on Saturday, and Monday's PALLADIUM reaches him on Monday, the same day that the Saturday issue of the evening papers arrives.. ' !COVNTY CIRCVLrATlIQF? AN IMPORTANT SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY. Likely to Revolutionize Pharmacy. A HArPT COMBINATION Of Just the right proportion of each of the roots of several indigenous, or native, medicinal plants, or rather of the active, medicinal principles skillfully extracted therefrom by the use or chemically pure glycerine of lust the right strengtu, con stitutes Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion for the cure of weak, invalid, nerv ous, "run-down," over-wor ked , women. Many years ago. Dr. Pierce discovered that chemically pure glycerine, of proper strength, is a far better solvent and pre servative of the medicinal principles found in our indigenous, or native, medi cinal plants, than is alcohol. Believing, as he does, that the use of alcohol, even in small portions, if long continued, works great harm to the human system, he determined not to employ this com monly used agent In making his medi cines, but to use pure, triple - refined glycerine instead. Jow, glycerine is not only perfectly harmless but possesses Intrinsic medicinal properties, being a most valuable demulcent, solvent, nu tritive, anti -septic and anti - ferment. Since thev are non-alcoholic. Dr. Pierce's Family Medicines belong all by them selves. They are neither patent nor secret medicines. Their ingredients are printed, in pltin English, on each bottle wrapper. The exact proportion of the several Ingredients used in these medicines, as well as the working formula and peculiar Drocesses. apparatus and appliances em' proc dIov iioyea in tneir manuiacture, are wun- held from publicity that Dr. Pierce's proprietary rights may not be infringed and trespassed upon by unprincipled imitators and those who may be piratic ally inclined. WHAT OTHERS SAT, With Dr. Pierce's medicines you don't have to pin your faith wholly to what the manufacturer says of theii curative potency as with other medicine Mer cenary motivas. th g:rxv. kj- money getting 't 'a feard. often lead men. and women too, to put forth unreasonable claims for their loudly praised but many t'mes nearly worthless compounds. EsDeciaJlv should the afflicted bewar cC the "Ch ap-John," free, give away, "tr!M bottle " t'odge. It don't pay to trifle w one's health. It shon'.a bo rear- . V too sacrt d to be eTjjrn:?:ilsa with. Dr. Pi:"s JBcdicines have a record of nearly forty years of cures behind them, embracing many hundreds of thou sands of bad cases restored to health and happiness. THEV STAND ALONE In having the professional endorsement of scores of eminent medical practitioners and writers, of all the several schools of medical practice, who praise the curative properties of the several ingredients of which they are composed, away be yond all that the makers of these medi cines have ever claimed for them. These are the more valuable because in every ease written without the author know ing that he was praising articles entering into these popular medicine's', the matter beinsr comDosed for Dublicartion in vari ous medical journals and books, designed exclusively for professional reading and instruction. The afflicted can, 'therefore, rely upon such testimony as- in every way truthful and trustworthy, - A LITTLE BOOK has been compiled, made p of brief extracts from many standard medical works, giving, but only in part, some few of the many good tilings written by leading medical authorities concerning the several native, medicinal roots that enter into the composition of Dr. Pierce's medicines. Any one sending, Dy postal card or letter, to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf falo, N. Y.j and requesting a copy will receive It free by return post. E. L. WATCHES: CI Watch, Clock and Si 704 MAIN 16 and 17 Colafiial BuildinC- 'Phono 1G34 pol 1 w and Papei more rural routereader8?thdn PreaTeasonable TTMtfiUataLroute subscribers has been the fact OPN TO ALL. 'This little book of. extracts, contains, la plain English, the . name of every ingrw dient which enters into Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, the famous euro for weak stomach or dyspepsia, torpid liver, or "Jbiliousness," bad blood, and all catarrhal diseases of the several mucous passages. By reading this little book, you wi in learn why this medicine cures such a wide range of diseases. Yon will find that two of the prominent ingre dients of the "Golden Medical Discovery " are recommended by themedical writers of all the several schools of practice for the cure of diseases of the mucous sur faces, as catarrh of the nasal passages, of the stomach and bowels, tincluding ulceration of the same. You will find these agents also spoken of, as the best of remedies for, ail. cases of atonic dys pepsia, that iS'dyspepsia dependent upon weakness of the stomach itself muscu lar weakness; also, for' kidney and blad der diseases. Several of the ingredients entering into the "Golden Medical Discovery," vlx:i Queen's root. Black Cherry bark. Stone root and Jiloodroot are highly recom-; mended for chronic, or lingering coughs,' and for all chronic, bronchial and laryn-i geal. or throat affections. In fact, some of the writers go so far as to state that the active medicinal principle contained! in Queen's root alone will cure bad cases; of bronchitis. Is it not reasonable them to expect much in the way of curativei results from a compound containing not' one but four ingredients, each of which) has a reputation for curing bronchial and! throat affections accompanied with ob-j stinate cough? Observation, however, leads the makers of this famous medi-j cine to recommend the "Discovery" for chronic or lingering coifcrhs, rather than! for acute colds ana cougns. in tne utter case it is generally not quite "loosening,") ?- -pectorant enougn unless muciiagei ol . tnerv elm. flax seed or Gum ArabieJ be nk freely at same time it is beingi usti, mt when the cough has passed its M?t uage. if still persistant, the "Dis cover will prove a sovereign remedj. fot 4C" control. I HAD AND YOr WILL, KNOW. Fro the same little book of extracts n w.il readily be seen why Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription works such mar-i velous cares in those chronic and dis-l tressing diseases peculiar to women. In all cases of pelvic catarrh with weaken ing drains, bearing or "dragging-down " pains or distress, and In all menstrual ucrinijeuieuu suu irregularities, iua rwi vorite Prescription" will be found to be! made of just the right ingredients to! meet and-cure the trouble. Your druggists sell the 'Favok&B. Prescription " and also that fmen alterative, blood purifier and -etomach1 tonic, the " Golden MkstCAi. Diotfv erv." Write to Dr.. Eibree about yourl case. He is an . excpi1encedplMrftclaJ and will treat your case$aa)rc6nndeQ-j tial and withoef ehargetf arcevespenM ence. Addiesa . him at the-lnvlidal Hotel and Surgical lhUtute.vBnffaW N. Y., of whicE'lM'is chleIconslVi physician. ! It is as easy tcte-welltas4)r-v:d much' more comfottahle. ConsUpfetion-is the' cause of many" fcrjnstofil.iness. Doctor Pierce's PIeasan,VPeutfslcure constipa tion. They are tiny, tiugar-coated gran ules. One little "Pel let" Is a gentle laxa tive, two a mild cathartic All dealers In medicines sell then. Dr. Pierce's 1000-page illustrated book, "The Common SenseyAIedical Adviser," is sent free in paperyeovers on receipt of 21 one-cent stampjrto pay the cost of mailing only. Far SI stamps the cloth bound volunw JkIII be sent. It waa formerly sold jJf f 1.50 per copy. AddreM Dr. R. V. PJfice, Buffalo. H. Y. fcKS : JEWELRY elry Repairing a Specialty. STREET. . !Deitist Satisfaction Guaranteed fk tote --CCstKitiCi - the - ther -tw; local, papers Ptteon.