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A bad breath the breath of calumny. Keelev's sou Who will Care for Motor Novr f Boston Globe. The right jtlaoe for tramp9 the treadmill. Philadelphia Bulletin. The best kiml of agricultural fare buckwheats and buttermilk. Ex. New York Needle for a Gxette. wants Cleopatra's sewer. Cincinnati "Weather prolits the sale of Ul sters aud umbrellas. New lork Mail. T!:e Opening Kxercises of a re staurant commence at the oyster counter. Ex. Painful question How much can 1ho Uusbian bear ? Rochester Chronicle. Some of the Western theaters don't burn much gas now, the houses are so light without it Ex. The busy bee t..op not to play with flowers'. He ny: "Hive work to do at hum, my honey." New Orleans Pieayuue. The young man's mind now turns t toward hops and they go to his I head or his heels, as he takes them iai beer or ball room. Ex. I never had a man emu to me for advie, but la-fore he jrot thru lie had more advise to offer than to ask for. Josh Hilling. The editor of the Franklin (Ky.) Patriot says that when ho started for the dentist's the other day, he took a tooth-hurty gait. When railroad men undertake to give a ball for tripping the light fantastic toe, they issue trip tick ets. New Orleans Picayune. There are beautiful warm soda springs in Colorado, and people who go bathing in them at once exclaim: 4,Oli, but this is soda licious l" The population of Chicago is largely made up of assignees and .xccdvers. Boston Advertiser. "iV, little is a-signed and nothing reeejr; l. Cincinnati Commercial. 'Unf,,?,' th" :tti!i",v MTK-cs of gath- A I .:. i- ' iv iti I title hi liuvLm.)." with We t',.0 all Jinow that our vvnuiry is expen sive, but really ture is no occa sion to set the fact to wiusic. Fun. What is the ditl'eriue ietween a poor gun and a burrowed ,aajsiuer ade costume? One is Aral and ion't bit, and the other is hired and doesn't fit. Albany Argus. "Down here, in summer time, we take life easy," says a Texas pa per ; and then, as if to confirm the statement, there appears in the next column an account of "Three 3Ien killed at a Camp Meeting." A gentleman from Boston, on a Tisit to his friend in the country, sneakinsr of the times, observed that his wife had lately expended $50 for a habit. His friend re rin.i TT.rp in the country we don't allow our wives to get u,qh habits." into "I want to av.t five cents worth of starch," n.iJ a lit tie ul to a gro cer's cl.ik. The deik asked: "What do you want five cents' worth of starch forT "Why, for five tents of tiVhe" she answer ed, and the ck'ik concluded to at tend to his own business. Miss Helen Taylor complains that men raako eating too much of x pleasure. Would the talented lady have us sit down in sackcloth to our hashes, shed tears over steaks and onions and howl aloud, "Ttrnther. we must die." at the sight of a calf's head ! Fun. Robinson went up to his room h nther afternoon, and noticed that there was only one mutch re rnaining in the box. "Now, if that houldn't burn to-night when I come in," soliloquized he, "what a fix I should be in." So he tried to eeo if it was a good one. It was. It is very wrong to call cx-Sfcre tary Robeson an old hulk. New York llearld. Yes; it woulJ be in better taste to call him an old buoy. Norris- town llearld. What's the use of fooling with tho old tar. He made his bow to the public long ago. A lady sent a note to a news paper to get a recipo to cure the whooping-cough in a pair of twins, By a mistake a recipe for pickling onions was unconsciously Inserted and her name attached, and re reived this answer through the Answers to Correspondents: fr. I,. II. IX If riot too yoong, skin them pretty closely, immerse in scalding water, sprmitio pin.n fully with salt, and immerse them for week in strong brine." Deadheading on the Newspapers The Home Sentinel rises to ex plain and its language is plain, and is as follows : "There Is no other business on which the public leties such hea?y contributions as on the newspaper publishing business. An organlza toin is getting up some kind of festivities, for example. It pays for the use of grounds, pays for music, pays for refreshments, gets $2 worth of tickets and $4 worth of bills Drinted either at ft news paper office or somewhere else, and then expects free adferising from the paper to an extent acually worth from $2 or $3 to $10. The mere announcement of ft picnic, sociable, or festival is an advertise ment, and onght to be paid for. The result is that a generous pro portion of the porfits of nearly all entertainments of this kind is money which rightfully belongs to newspaper publishers. Then, after the thing is over, the man agers will bring in a long string of resolutions, with which to rob the publisher of more valuable space. The truth is that ppace in a news paper represents money. It is worth money to the publisher. There is no more reason why he should give it away than why a merchant shotdd give away his Koods. part of the space of the paper is sold to business men for advertizing purposes, the rest of the space is devoted to interesting reading matter. On the last the publisher depends for the attract ions which shall sell his paper. Either space represents cash to him. Yet the business man who buys space to the amount of S often buys a gratuity of local space to the amount of $1 or $2, or even more. The managers of festivals, picnics or other home entertain ments may not buy one cent's worth of space, but all the same expect the free gift of several dol lers' worth of tpace. The minister, who never adverises, may want space to the amount of a dollars or two weekly, for the adverisements of coming sermons. The politican, even though he forgets to keep his subscription paid up, demands column art r cnbuu'i of vn!;; tbk i ( ! i '. :t i i ; : '.y -o much as -- t !,.'! um for it. For all ti.i. !'. ii.-wspitper man, taxed I' .'!:! :iu nther business man, enjoys the high distinction of being regarddd as a deadhead by 1 two-thirds of his neighbors." How to Get Along:. Fay as you go. Vever fool in business matters. Tin rint kb'k PVerV one in VOUr I P"T WT,f" CMh commission and give you ex 1JO HOI KICK ever ,u uur I Pui(jve territory. Send us one dollar, avoid un- path. .earn to think and act for VOUr- eplf I Keen ahead rather than behind i the times. Don't stop to tell stories in busi ness hours. TTa vour own brains rather than USe your owu wwusisvusi iUBU those of others. Drt nrtt meddle With business VOU 1 lnn. Vint 111 n IT A.Wnf. IlaVO Order, SVSten. reflrularity and also promptness. A man of honor respects hla word as he does his bond. No man ean get rich "by sitting around stores and saloons. If you have a place of business e found there when wanted. More miles ean be made In one day by going steadily than by stopping. Help others when you ran, but never give what you cannot afford because it is fashionable. Learn to say "No." No necessi ty for snapping it out dog-fashion, but say it firmly and respectfully. AU sorts of glass Teasels and other utensils may be purified from long retained smells of ererj kind a the easiest and most perfect manner by rinsing them out well with cbarcol powder, after gross er impurities have been scoured off with sand and potash. Rubbing the teeth with fine charcoal pow der, and then washing out the mouth, will render the teeth beau tifully white and the breath per feetlv sweet where an offensive - - breath has- been owing to a scorbu tic disposition of tb gums. Pu trid water is immediately deprived of its bad fmell y charcoal. When meat, flsb, etc., from Intense heat or long k eping, are likely to pass into a state of corruption, a simple and easy mode of keeping them BOUnd and healthful IS tO put a few pieces of charcoal, about the size oi an egg, inw p r a I A . I I saucepan wherein the flesh Of fish i$ tO be DOlied. An exchange tells how the joke was on hla.; "A bright little girl of our acquantanco asked the fol lowing eoDundrun: "How many letters art there in postman's bag!" We gave it up, and she said there were three b-a-f. Anna Dickinson aaya her gift U speech. Bo it Is. The lives of good men all remind 1 us to draw moral lessons there-, from. Here is one somebody draws from Brigbam Young : "The life of Brighara Young con tains an example which the rising youth of this country would do 'well to imitate. He was a poor young man, and started with ouly one wife. But as the result of frugal, industrious, and economical habits, he leaves, at his death, no less than nineteen." A Battleboro paper records the marriage of John Sard and Mary Dean. And now they are Sard Deans only two in a box. 1,111,11.: Great chine to malt, money. If you can't H't gold you cun get imnbiclu. Vt noed person la every town to lane isuoscrtpuons ior inn itiu.i, Un-t mnA h.at illustrated family publication iu th world. Any one can beoora eucewssful xreut. The mt eh-pant works of art mu free to eubseribera. One Hjrent report making over ISU in week. A ludy airont report taking over 4U0 subscriber in ten day. AU who tng-atra ro.ik money fust. You can devot all your time to the business, or only your spur time. You need not be away troin horn over BiKlit. You enn do it as well as oth ers. Full particulars, direetions and term free. Ek-cant and expensive outfit free. If you want profitable work send us your adilres at once. I coat nothing to try the business. No one who enraires fails to make great put. Address "The People' Journal," Portland, Maine. SUyl nt C O K L r. s . Hermit's Wash, the infalliblo five-day freckle, tan and pimple cure, render the skin us clear and Irexh ss a balm's. Mnib-d sec'irely sealed for AO cents, by J. It. ntlBLEY CO., Salem, N.J. 3H ii r. a a c ii i; . Pn. ItitHL'V's HranACHF: I'owokb will ac tually cire utiy kind 01 Heii.litclitt lit twenty min utes, let the chum! be what it may, or lliu ace m panviiiK symptoms what they will. Mailed poHtpai I fur Ai) cent, by J. II. HT-IS. LKY & CO., Kaleiu, N. J., and sold by drui.vists generally. 3H m not easily earned in thi'se time, but it euti be made in three months by any one of either sex, in any III I'"rt "f the country, who is w IIiiit 111 to work steadily at tlu't tnplnyment we furnish. wr week in your own town. You iuhmI not w away from home over nitflit. You can (live your whole time to thu woik, or only your ap.ire moments. v nave airenta who are makiiiK over 2J per day. All who pinmi'i! at once can make money fat. At the present time tnoiwv cannot be made so easily and rapidly at any oth-r business It costs noth ing to try the buxiness. Terms and H outfit fre. Address ut onoe, 11. Uallett ft to,, j-ortinna. Me. JUvl CUT If 1m Worth OUT To every reader of this pat-r who senil us this certificate and 1.00 we will forward, for one year, "Thc Tbiasube, a mietuitle.nt Jliiistrnteu Monthly Journal and House-keeper Muiraxine, and one copy of our new and elegaut premium C'hromo, entitled AhUIiik n ItloMwlnigr," A masterpii-en of the Ihincldorf Sclaxd of genre painting, bv l'rof. Jordan, size 20 l-2xlJ 1-2, exe-ctiU-d in t lie highest style of Art. lleljiil price of which is J.0, and a copy 4 the tollowing beauti ful iM in descriptive ui tfeo CTirumo, in elegant illustrated colors for framing ; Ay ; bit wait, gool wife, a minute J 1 have first a word to say ; Do you know what day to-day it t Mother 'tis our Wedding day ! Jimt as now, we tat at supper Vh'-i the gmn's hud gone away j hi mt 'h it snle I tat tins side, I orty year ago to-day r Then what nlans we laid together ; What brave things 1 meant to do I Could e dream to-day would find U At this table me and you. Better so. no doubt and yet I Sometimes think 1 cannot tell Had our boy ah, yest 1 know, dear; Yea, U doeth all things well. "Well we'vs had our joys and sorrows, Shared our smile as well as tear ; And the best of all I've had your Faithful love for forty year 1 Ioor we've been, but not forsaken ; (irief we've known, but never shame Falh'T fnr th ndli mrrritt Slill u bltts Thy IMf iame. I7TrP(i Thi is a rare chance for T I j il 1 O you to make money. We necessary correspondence, receive your territory, and wo to work at onoe. Coon receipt of which forward Agent' out flt, ( ertillcate of I Agency, ete. Specimen copies 10 cents, none free. Address, swyiq No. cedar street, nw York 'REPORTER. BPCCIALLT AMD CXCLO sivf.lt Foa AOF.WTS. 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Ex planatory pamphlets illuatrati-d with engravings of the several styles of .Machines, references. variety of sewing, etc.. malic! iree. t.onnueimsi terms with lils-ral inducements to enterprising Clergymen. Teachers, business Men, Traveling or Iwnl Agents, etc.. who desire exclusive Agen cios, furnished on application. Address John H. Kendall it Co., 421 riroauway, new lora. 2'.tfy lq Michigan Central Railroad, The Short Line to and from the SAGINAW VALLEY AND NORTHERN MICHIGAN BAT CITT Iave. Arrive. Pur ei press, 7 10 a ra IJnflm Night express, 10 20 p in 6 30 a in nrTaoiT k Chicago. All trains run by Chicago time. Iyeave. Arrive. Mail, via Main & Air Line, 7 DO a m 5 44 p m Day express, 1 M0 a ra fl l p m Jackson express 4 (mi p m 10 Dam Evening express, 5 40 p m on m l'acitic express, daily 10 no p m J 30 a m OttAND aAPlOS StVIHION. leave. Arrive. Pay express HUOitn Upm (.rand Itapids express, S !MI p in 12 30 p m l'acitic express, lu 00 p m 8 00 a m DITUOlT, BAT CITT 4: SAOINAW. 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BURR & HYDE, UOaK i yuuusiiEna, "(VfSOVy I Hartford, Conn. iTTi- Uratefal Thousands proclaim Vikkqak Hitters thc most wonder ful lnrigorant that ever sustained the sinking systom. No Person can take these Hit ters according to directions, and re main long unwell, provided their bones aro not destroyed by mineral poison or other mcaus, and vital or gans wasted beyoud repair. Villous, Remittent, and In termittent Fevers, which are so prevalent in the valleys of our great rivers throughout tho United States, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Hod, Colo rado, llrazos, Kio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobilo, Savannah, Ko anoke, James, . and many others, with their vast tributaries, through out our entire country during the Summer and Autumn, and remarka bly so during seasons of unusual heat and dryness, aro invariably ac companied by extensive derange ments of the stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a purgative, exerting a powerful intiuonco upon theso vari ous organs, is essentially necessary. There is no cathartic for the purposo equal to Dn. J. Walker's Vixkuau BiTTKits, as they w ill speedily rcniovo the durk-colorod viscid mutter with which the bowels are loaded, at the himiio lime stimulating tho M-crotions of the liver, aid generally restoring tho healthy func tion: of the digestive organs. Fortify the hotly against dis ease by purifying all its fluids with Vikkoar JtiTTKiut. 'o rpiileinie can tke hold of a system thus lore-unncd. Dyspepsia or Indigestion, iiead- rhe, Tain in tho Shoulder. Coughs. Tightness of tho Chest, Dizziness, snr Eructations of tho Stomach. Dad Tnsto in the Mouth, llilioas Attack, l'aloita tion of tho Heart, Inflammation of the Lungn, Vain in the region of thc Kidney, and a hundred other painful symptom, are tho offspring of Dynpepsia. Ono bot tle will provo a better guarantee of its merit than a length v advertisement. Scrofula, or Jvhii; s hvil,ttiuto Swellings, Ulcers. Erysipelas. Swelled Keck, lioitre. Scrofulous fnllummalioua, Indolent Inflammations. Mercurial all'ec tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin. Soro Eyes, etc. In these, as in ull othur eonstit'utional Diseases, "Walk kr"s Vim KoarDittkhs huvo shown their great cur ative powers in tho most obbliiulo and intractable cases. For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheumatism, Gout, Unions, Kcmit tcnt and Intermittent Fevers, DiM-aet of the Mood, Liver, Kidneys and Madder, these llitters havo no equal. Such Dis eases are canned by Vitiated l!!od. Mechanical Diseases. Person? engaged in limit and Minerals, audi as Plumbers, Type-wtters, Cold-beaters and Miners, as they advance, in life, arc sub ject to paralysis of the lloweK To guard against this, tuko a dose of Walker Yi'NKOAR liiTTKRs occasional!'. For Skin Diseases, Erupt ion, Tetter, Salt-liheum.Elotches, Spots, Pim ples, PuKtiilcs, Boils, Curbunclct. King. worms, Scald-head, Soro Eyes, Erysipe las, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorutioiifi of tho Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin( whatever name or nature, nro literally dug up and curried out of the system iu a short time by the uko of theso hitters. Pin, Tape, aud other Worms, lurking iu the system of so many thou sands, are effectually destroyed and ro moved. No syRtem or medicine, uo ver mifuges, no authclminitics will frco tho srstem from worms like these Bitter. ForFemaleComplaints, in young or old, married or single, at the dawn o( womanhood, orthe turn of life, these Ton io Bitters display so decided an influence that improvement is soon perceptible. Cleanso the Vitiated Mood whenever you find its impurities bursting through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores ; cleanse it when you find it ob structed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when it is foul ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood pure, and the health of the svstem will follow. II. II. Jflr DONALD te CO., Drnfrgisu aV On. Apts.. San Francisco. Callfta aio. At oar. of Wasliinirton and Charlton Sti,NE Hold hf M DrwggUU and Dealers. W warrant a man S2S a dn uainv a,,p WELL AUGER AND DRILLS in good territory. Descriptive book asint Add. " wr Co., St. Louie, Mo. For Service But the Srylith, Good-I ittinir Donllt.Ser.eJ FINE SHOES! For LADIES' and MISSES' wnr, wiih tlui lrale Matk In tvery klioo. Tht Rolra are attarhed l fh Upprra with r rows of fiTf-nrd wiri-d I'm ad, ( iisteaU ol OfM row at In other shoes,) and sr. WARRANTED Ht to rip from Ust nj j ns. PROPRIETARY EDBCINES OF DU. CHANDLER, F.R.S.A., Late Phyaieian St. Caorja'i 4 tt Barlhalav maw Hospital. London. Curator 6U Ebjuikatn'a, ate. practical ViUeatio is sV.m Im mnuHt of jxitlent, U. tkmflr, A.M., lie th folfcwina retnetlUM, Ms eercrif af proiMrty, th rrf it otirttcd i tha rotumtnoHf mlfy T trttfmonlal; th f-moltrtted ffvrima r tuffcrina m1 dieurited hnm not uhI TcincH rHrf fliH trout thrir mfiMMl use, hmvm .ry rurrd of milmeuf eotHuhiiut; which hav brti mJ9o IT th wtoal nalaeal phyieiam m THE VTOiMRFUL EQYPTIAIJ DLOOD-PUniFIER. Tttlt 4ntxnnpmbl TiEPVTtATTTJ? Vlt VTli, 11 A I'UOlUillC, mnd AVEUl" Y.ST, etunhlninff vlrtuf fhich rondr it inmluublm mul nvr-foillun. mnd hy il continued will thoroughly wradi rntm ull dUrne of tkti blood. lt imffrm dlrntm are of a purrly hmrmUi tmtrmo tion, turn proilucli gmthtrtd prom rrmmtm Jkl!ltimn rrovlnct; ud arer thtro im the tUthlrnt taint of dtwm in thm inn, it nrvKT fnll in wjrmtlug that dimommmr throtifih thm ,irrftwii thm mkln, -filing it throuyh thm asiay mnd mmrimm ,- of thm hotly, thermby mlUnmimm, l, indcid, for cinq mil thm mrpnnm intrnf thtir prv)r formal mud functional -; dltlon. A. rery brief mpacm mf tlmm tilt murine ami patient uming it, mf itm mn doubted rcliabtlitff and wonderful r tlvo properties, it boinq, momt nquotton tilth, tho vrni atitnm of iHodioml tritnmphm, and tho tr ratemt dlmoormry mf tho promoum a tie, in tho treatment of mmmry dUomtm where thm blood if elf im primarily thm t-at of tho letlon or dlmordmr, muoh mm HCR'U'VLA and tho thousand mnd mnm cause that lead to tht terriblm mfftletion, of which all eieilised eonrmnnnim mrm e7i'Mf, for Jiiuiusai jruim nam ed that tho "bin of thm fatherm half thirn ana totinn ffs. powerful rcjuvenmlor, eautina thm vf man one tnoro to tN IM Horn rmm lurin of tntnhood, - m- For VITA N in VS THST A ST. XTRTW A Tir ihsoh incus, i oNSTirATjph ' ott VUUI'I.A 1ST!, a US Hit A L A SI SE hl'J Ac It IllTY, Jt II Ji M AT ISM. Yl h t Sl VI.A It J nIa JtUKUEA TS. EJ- a n i: i i" v a to in t a Jvc ft r, c vitrrr aih: i toss ov the jtohTS. jabo- jlJST VhCERB, EEMAIjJS i'O it J'L. tISTS (and to the gentler mem it im my boon loni ouuht for by meuiitiv, weep tible, and delUalm female, am it tmkea direct action upon, their ailment) A Mr ALL HUM OF CHRONIC JiJMEABtr 1 Willi II THE JILOOUIS THE HEAT OF THE IltOVHI J'. it U invaluable. A nernererance with thlm remedy will prorer poiHre and permanent euro for CHILLS and FEVERS and all MALAX JtlAL FOISOSS. Thousands of Tftimonlalm attest thm truth of these elultns. J'rlee, One Hollar, in largo bottle, am mix bottles, SJ. mmmmmm DYSPEPSIA. GASTROX. O A STJIOX im n safe, speedy, and ! tiro cure for that most deprtsslny of wents,and a brief course of treatment will restore the digestive oraans to their pris tine strength, ami promots the healthy action of thm stomach and intestines. Thm ticreous irritability of literary and alt persona pursuing et sedentary Hf,im speedily removed by thil agent. Thm stomach is re-torrd to hen It hand the key note of the system will onem mor respond in the performance oflabcr. J'rice, one Dollar, im largo mottle, mr mix bottles, $3. BRGfiCillTIS AND WHO AFFECTIONS. TItACIIEOX. A sllaht so-called eold will mftilmsm lend to n serious eouyh, which, unearod for or badly treated, must havo but mnm result it must eventuate in a settled tmse of HltOSCII ITIS, or whmt is worse, thm deadly COS SUM I'TJOS. Tm all suffering from 'harassing cough and erpeeloralimn. Til AC II EOS I'iferm sound, reliable, and permanent relief. Jt augments empsotm ratinn, and enables the patient tm eatpel that terrll.l't srptlo deposit, which, if left without judicious treatment, must munlcato tts poison to thm vesicular sub-, stance of the lung, degenerating and de stroying that most essential of organs, and utti malts only in an early and un timely death. TUACHEOS has no eauml, much less n superior, mnd ils use will not only r mors tho deposit, thereby affording great relief, but heals tho membrane and letters ihe patient in possession mf healthy lung tissue. J'rice, Fifty Cents per bottle, mr mim bottles, $2.60. PILES. ' Hemorrhoids. PILOX. Many en uses tend to produce this pain ful and distressing state. Thm blood im retarded in its return the torn frequent use of drastic pnrfjatires tends tm produce congestion of the bowels, torpid action of the liver, and numerous other oauses arm the source of this complaint, and hitherto not M net effectual hits been prestntcd tm the publin, which would rapidly alleviate symptoms aud ultimately prove an effect ive cure. Jn 1'ILOS we have a remedy which not onl'i acts almost instantly, but will remove the largest tumors ofthepartm (Piles) by absorption, and many who have received not only benefit, but have been radically cured, have been assured (prior to using this treatment; by emi nent suryeons that thm only relief they ever could e.rpeet in life, would be by an operation, and removing it or them from the body by a roe(iwr which necessitat ed the knife. This remedy has been hailed with dvllfihl, and is now prescribed by many practising physicians, who arm mmg nlsani of its merits, as thm only known sure cure for PILES. for'tv'sb lfty tH" s T7"l AV.orr xxmed Ann thorough in the eradication, mf thm differ ent and various malutlies denominated, and are tlie result of patient, semrehlna, laborious, and scientific investigation, embracing a periotl of many years, im Europe and America. Mf tiie specine directions arm complied 'h, thousands of patient will bear wit- wit h, - - r. ' " sri( oear wtt- ness to their relative merits, aud rsrsos. orate every assertion. Where there arm many cou.pl.cation of disease, and vm ttents so desire, Dlt. CIIASHLhJt wUl be pleased to ,,ive all information, mnd treat by letter if neeissar't. i "yrtptlve and Explanatory Circu lar of thm above remedies sent on reevvt arVwTIf v.y OJ'Jt ME TA JiT M Fit I (INKS are not on sale at your particular druggist's, mend mrderm to DR. CHANDLER. 1479 Broadway, Raw-York CiO (I )OPY YOUR LETTER excelsior formr. hoar ' ft Wndo of f hrinlrnl raprr. Qiilrklj copies snr writing without Wafer, Treat,, or lirush, uwd tt. home, library or office, for la.li.t wishing to rotuin orie of letters, tv.rr Imsinrsa man, elriy) man, correspondents, trarsl era it is invalnalle-sella at sinliU betid J.O ami will oeml alio pat Honk, letter aiae. by mail, to any a.l.lreaa. s refer to any Commer t."i..''l5:8,,,(, """P for Atenta (tretilar.. KXfl.IXloR MANKu.'ro., 110 DoarbomHtn thjeas-oIll. ,0IS Ap uta wanted. 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