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B the PRINCE GEORGES ENQUIRER UPPER MARLBOROUGH, MARYLAND. APRIL 15, 1881
Miscellaneous Averment’.
Clear and Earalesus Water,
NATTAN’S
Crystal Discovery for the Hair,
A PERFECTLY clear_lMvi.arii.in
bottle, as easily applied as water lor tv
storing to jjray I,air ils Natural color amt youth
ful appearance to eradicate ami prevent dand
ruff to promote the growth of the hair ami
slop ils falling out. It is entirely harmless,
amt perfectly free from any poisonous sui
stauce ami will, therefore, take the place ot
all lha dirty ami unpleasant pre pat at tot is now
in use. Numerous testimonials have been 1
us In ni our most prominent citizens. In
things in whleh the articles now in use are oo
ieclionahle, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY is fm-
Vt-ct. It is warranted to contain neither Bni
•*ar t>l Lead, Sulphur or Nitrate *■! Silver. it
does the clothes or scalp, is agreeahlx
iteifotl. and makes one of Ihe host dressings
forth.! Hail in use. U restores the color ol
the Hair mote perfectly ami iir.iltitinlv toao
any other preparation, and always does so t n
IVoiti three town days, virtually feeding the
roots oft lie Hair with all the nourishing qttal
ties necessary to its growth ami healthy con
dition : it restore* the decayed and * minces a
new gowth of the Hair more positively than
anything else- The application of this w on
derful discovery also produces a pleasant ami
cooling t tied on the scalp and gives the H ot
a pleasing and elegant appearance.
Call at your druggist for it and lake no oili
er. If he has not got it let him order it.
I’riee $1 per bottle.
* Arthur nattans.
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington. D.C.
cyx-i be had ill Cpper Marlborough .1
A\ Til jam H. Harper, and Druggist* and dealets
general!). Wholesale of J. J. Thompson and
Aiuth Bin's & Co., Baltimore : Scott Crontwell
A Washington.
October 1-s—if.
EVERY
FARMER!
who wishes to produce a
LARGE CROP
AM) PERMANENTLY
ENRICH his LAND
SHOULD USE
A Pure Rone Fertilizer.
AND
Such a FERTILIZER it now
Offered You in (he Old
Established
LISTER’S
S T^.lTID^-K/33’
PURE RONE
Super-Pliospliale of Lime,
I* OK
Wheat* Tobacco, Corn, Oats
and Gras* and Gen
eral Application.
Sen (I your address for
FARMER'S COMPANION and
REFERENCE BOOK, and copy
of “AGRICULTURAL PRO
GRESS" containing useful infor
mation and directions, anal} T sis
and testimonials.
FOR SALE BV
.1. UUH.NES WILSON,
Westwood. Maryland.
li, E. BADEN,
Ilnrse Head. Maryland.
CLARENCE HALL,
Upper Marlboro’, Maryland
LISTEHB
Agricultural Chemical
WORKS,
Newark, ■ - N. J.
54-58
BUCHANANS WHARF,
BALTIMORE, MD
Sep. 188<*—dm.
B. B. EAK.\SHA\V & l!K0.
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL
GROGEES
flouf, feed, an.ux
AM)
Liquor Dealers.
Cor. Eleventh and M Streets S. E
(Gaddi*’ Old Stand,)
WASHINGTON, P C.
HAVING greatly enlarged our business It;
securing two large Warehouses for stor
iug the immense Stock of hoods that we an
compelled to cary to supply tlie extraordiuan
increase in our strade, we will say, that w,
are now prepared to meet al! demands to
goods in our line at prices that will satisfy al
buyers. We are large receivers of Flour am
Grain from the West. Groceries and Liquor:
from first hands, and with the experience o
twenty-five years in llie business we can safe
ly promise our friends that we will meet thei
expectations.
Remember our famous Brands of Flour.
••WHITE AND GOLD,••Fancv Minn Paten
■•TRY PH ENA"—W inter Patent.
-DRUSILLA" —M. Louis “
“OUR .SECRET"—Choice •*
‘•SUN BEAM"—A Choice Family,
and any other lower grades of goo, 1 quality
hut remember the brands mentioned neve
fail to give satisfaction--every barrel warrant
ed.
Goods packed and delivered to trauspoita
tion companies free of charge.
Buists’ celebrated Garden Seeds in large as
sortmenls.
B. B. Eamshaw, & Bro.
Cor 11 til and M Sts. S. L
WASHINGTON, D. C.
August 27, 1880-ly.
YTTANTEI) at *4O PER MONTH ANT
V\ EXPENSES PAID, a few good sale,
men to sell nursery stock. Steady employ
iiieul ihe year round to successful salesmen
Address with references. !>• 11. PAT I 1
Nurseryman, Geneva. N. ).
March JB—Rtu
MisceUaneons . Idr's.
_ i ><M>l>!>rting Up- I’ciucipl. s
' oi a iJ.-nioci-iitic Altunins.ration.
p,.;a s ,i in the City ot No* York.
AVI 1.6.1 AAi DOUSIIFI M I’H,
C.htor and Proprietor. t
Daily, Sunday, and Weekly Editions.
THE WEEKLY STAR,
A Mxtcon-pafeO Newspaper, iSSWtJCi
every Wednesday.
• 01.-iu ,-.it re, blight amt interest lag
family paper.
~ t .,i tt , ,ue iatot news, down to Ute hour o,
i ,• : lo |.rr-:
■ •riculturpii
IVSarhet.
Fashion,
Household,
Political,
Financial and Commercial,
Poetical. Humorous and
Editorial
l)rii-Ttnwill- all under the direction of t ruined
Imirii-tli-ts . the highest ability Its •'Xtii'll
page* will i., f.mod , rowiled with go,*,! Hungs
i "urigbiid -tone by ilistingi ’ln d American and
1 foreign writer fir■lion.
THE DAILY STAR,
r i*i ■■ PtiLT Ml rent. Tins all the news of the day j
4. an Lrs.tti. foru., It. s,.cn:d |
Nv c:ihh fiom J.omhm. Vnr* !**ToU. ' " ,I,K - 8111,1
li iHliit is* it i fiii'ii' ml.ihJu ft*almc.
l it \\ *!i • ii"i ( *i • Allmiiv, mid oilier j'CiiCei* ;
..I.lost . ..rre.ismilei.ti. q..-, hilly rciaiued hv tip. !
VU STAC., furt.w. t!.e latent new* fiv telegraph.
, K* literarv feature are •itts-iiriKun-.il
The Finn.'.. ial r.nd Market K.-.iew. nr.. moiMcu.y
I ~lS ieelal l teriii. ;uol . slr.ioi.liii.iry induce- |
I irphls lo audits and fitliv■***.
Send Fob circulars,
TERMS OF THE WEEKLY STAR to Si a
sr. i bkis mEK of cost At. E in the I lilted Stale*
ami Canada, outside Urn limits or New fork ( ity ;
$ i ar>
Per year.,... ••• ;;;;;;;; ’/
Clubs of Fifteen Ucd one extra to organizer). !•> 00
TERMS OF THE DAILY STAR T° Svb
scr.icEKS: i
Ercrr day for -me year (including Sunday!.... *7 (10
Daily, without Sunday, one year '■ JJ!
Dais' wiiVnfilt Similar, six months 3 OU
.•hW/rao, THE STAR.,
20 autl 28 North William St.. New York.
STljc Rlollrv ©vjian.
One Uniform Price.
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s- JO A g T
M. g o
“ > CD S.
t=)
CH
ja. s
£ rf hi =r
i = ill— e> _
o- I u i i ii Iran
The Idler Orpn
CfDMKS before the public this year with
/ NEW and VALUABLE IMPROVE
MENTS, making it BETTER, FINER and
MORE VALUABLE than ever before. An
examination of its merits will convince you
that i! is the FINEST ORGAN of to-day.—
They arc incomparable in woikinansbip and
matchless in tone. The prices at e the very low
est at which Instruments of the highest stand
. aid can he sold To prove these facts, we
j will set.d an organ to any reliable person on
i inspection. It will be to your interest to aid
jus in the sale of the Molier Organ - We retail
( j and wholesale direct from Factory Organs
i $25 and npwaids, Pianos SSO and upwards.—
(jy Catalogues sent free. Address.
H. P. MOLLER,
Manufacturer of Pipe & Reed Organs. j
I I Feh-.id—Cm. HAGERSTOWN. Mu I
• ‘ MARBLEINE. j
5 A SUBSTITUTE FOR PAINT. WALL-PA- i
PER, WHITEWASH, AC.,
on inside and outside surfaces. As cheap as
hilewash and as durable as paint. Is disin
feeling. Ready for use when mixed with wa
ler. 20 beautiful tints. Anyone can apply ti.
Put up in dlli packages at Sets, per II).
RICE’S FLOOR STAIN
WALNUT, OAK. CHERRY.
PERFECT IMITATIONS!
Anyone can apply them. Put up only in
sealed packages—j pint, pint, quarts, gallons
locts., -octs., -Piets., $1.50 per can.
Price’s Pavement Paint,
for Coaling Pavements, Brick Walks, Hearths,
&c., with a bright red that will not rub off.
To be mixed with water and easily applied
with an old broom. Pul up dry in 2lb and
41b packages at locts. and 25cls. per package
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES,
AC., AC.
Our goods are the best. Do not accept sub
* stitutes that pay dealers greater profits. See
that our name is on each package. For sale by
paint dealers, grocers, ac, &c, and by
VILLUS B. PRICE i CO., SAMFACIIIERS,
225 VV. PRATT ST., BALTIMORE.
, ttJ'Sample cards and circulars free on ai'pli
oatiun.
June —ly
Gold Jewelry by Mail:
; Cillicial Badges and Emblems for K. of L, of i
■ P., I. O. <). F-. Masonic an.l 'lVmperai.ee or
i del? ' also all k.nds of J -welry for Ladies and
| gentlemen—l’in~, Bings. Eir Drops, Chains, \
i etc., Finely finished in Gold and Gold Plate.
IPi ices by mail. 25c to Si- Less than bait
3 | store prices. We want agents in every town.
' I Liberal discounts As lo reliability, reference
given in nearly even "state ot actual purchas
er*. c. E. S TREETER,
Attleboro, Mass.
5 11. MKDAIUV. OKI). It. MEDAIItV
i. J. H. Medairy & Co.,
Litliopiitm, Printers,
sIMfIKSELLtItSSrATieSEItS
ry I North Howard St.,
t IIAI/nilOKi:, HID;
'll Blank Hooks made to Order
in any style.
e- ; CC? 'M;i. Wksi.ey H. Colton is connected
i r with this house. July 17. VC.— ly.
James G. Bowen,
Liverv llirinn. Hack
y, •
SALE i STABLES
a- .)-* i rk (ith and *th
ivoiM, •/, - L. ’ Streets,
* bt.eeu >■ "•
WASHINGTON, D. c.
TraiiHiiill lloTof* ('urjuU y (if te tldfl to.
April 18, IS^4—Gin
Free Treatise \ mis A lli'biHliili'il
_ from ( VTARKiI. AsTH.MA, BRO.M IHTIN
u CONSI MPTK N A PILES.
i- How lo regain Health, Strength and \ igor \
HOME TREATMENT
Tin a i ?i:x r
Address. Di: .1 W BATE A ( O.
! ge.. s. ( lark sired, 1 Hic.u <.o*
m
W; A WELL-TRIED THEATWIENT
V rok coc,slimi con. aschma dyoPKPSIa c;.
sIaRKEY H. HAY FE VI R. ■ >ACHE DEBH, MV.
AND P.M.EN I- ’--UMATI.sM N ' '.’.A ■
luve the l:Ueii) u t*
refer it* prout •>( Ihetr
Fhyticians) “COMPOUND Ur ‘ i.tkrn micv
to the following named well- "’ ■ l i ■ ' • * ,n ' l I ‘'-
known persons who have trie i
their Treatment: Hon. William ‘ ' • f.ve, 1 nu-.
I) Kelley. McmV. r,.f. „.g ■ f.. ' ’ : ‘ 1! n V' vv '
Hti**. VittcL 1.-. Com av. i • . • . /* •i. p'\ ....
Uf.sVjvei. Phil' Rev. Cbas. VJ. Cushtu..:. ’ ‘ - fC- • f intc-n:\
f . | rt, N V Hon. William P< nn Wix •
Itor Inter () ean. Uhi- ago, IE : judgir H V Vrooman,
ij icncino, K . \ w •'
“COMPOUND OXYGEN ITS MODE OF ACTiON “'lih
AND RESULTS” i* th bool * K
j.-.lit.shctl t.| Ut SupV 5 V.l I’. :.--.. ■■■ • . °
fi|!J i|ifonriHlu as*‘o this ici.Livk.M i. ,r.: ■• - ■- 1 ’ . .
w j n a w jj e , a , _ . : . ■ ’ ' • u • It
v* :, !• mailed fret- to any ad'lrt-*- v. . ;
Drs.STARKEY 4 PALEN, 1527-152A Arch St, Phiia., Pa.
;
February UV !>>(>— tf.
6i €1 ear in (f Sate of Winter If earl”
■ I Mill s a ire)', > !'nr ('a j*s I. 1.-D
iU:ivv Woof Knitti'll Cl, vo.-
y\ fm --o -"ts.
TRADE D- MARX - I<r Ir US ;• ) U( ‘\ It S.
J 1-k^ \ a\7 l ino. I)! iok S>lt uiul Still
623 PENNA. AVE., ]1;1(s$1 ,„ s:; I
W/\S)4IfJGTON_; nil early timl jrot the
JJ hencfit t'f these I’itlCEs.
COAX! COAX!
"WALTER TT. MABLOW,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN’
COAL ANB WiOD.
MAIN GEER E AND 1 ADD
Cornel* Eighth and I> Streets, S. W
BRANCH OFFICE AND YARD
No. *>1() A. Street, N. E., (apilal Hill
Coal Depot (on R. it P. R. R.) Cor. a. A Del. Av. - S. \\ .
WASHINGTON, I). V,
ANTHRACITE, CAMEL, SPLINT ami BITUMINOUS COAL*?
received direct from the MINES and Hopped •m -wk: margin t‘
all points on the B. at P. Road, ■•*. -tv
COAL! WOOD!
BUY FROM
Johnson Brothers,
Wharves ami BaOnad Yard: Twelftli and Water Birsls Soniliwest
SSAE3 im m Ofil;:
1202 F Street Northwest, 1 old Severnh Stive; Northwest,
1710 Pennsylvania Avenue No rt west, 1112 Ninth St. Northwest,
Cor. 3rd and K Sts. N. W., 221 Pennsylvania Ave. S. E.
Largest Private Railroad Yard south of New 7 ork ; also Exten
sive Wharves giving unsurpassed facilities for the economic handling
of FUEL of all kinds.
Coal delivered on Cars direct from Mines inlo our 1 ard t
We deal in best finalities of AN IHR AVI i E and Rill MI
NOUS COAL.
All kinds of WOOD, either in stick or prepare 1 to order at our
Factory.
CLEAN COAL, FULL WEIGHT and MEASURE, prompt dc
lincries, and prices as low as Fuel can be tarnished.
.'uly g:’>, ISSr—ly.
'isl
|A.
p SLvij: LIGHT ST. mi F y "■ 'M. W; i
FAUW UOANS
(V. O Bki: C'kxt. Socurcil by Foist Mom
ii Ai. is. Inliifst to linv-lois -.if.-a-
GoviMinneut Boml*. Inli-iust i>iyah!u s
Aimli.illy, m oltice m bank of uren t -i•• ■. ir
years'exiieiivuif 1 , aiul never lost a Jolla: In;
any cu*l<>iner. Bust -*1 releiete-e- -o-i. a- '■
ability, integrity ami limnu ial siamlmg. V.
us for circular giving refinviuv ami iu-0.-iis
bus. Lkiiol.d, Fl-ili i; A ( 0.. Bankeis Aa'e
Ami r vn. Kan.
WANTED
resent a I.IKK INsEISANt K < <>. I.il .: ,1
terms ami arrangements. A-Miu.>v \\;i!i !**-
feremvs,
N A'll* NAL M! TI Al- I.IKK ’A^A.
14-0 F. - s t., l>. ( •
Dropsy! Drops) ! Dropsy!!
Cure guaranteed in all i‘- various t<: in-. No
ojK-ration. f.ase at om*e. Ilnndi'vl- '•■-' -1 v u>
it* sii|ierior worth, and all we a-k i- •>> _■■ • n
a fail 11 ial and he convinced >l' its . Will
send one month treatment, preimi ■ my
address for sl.
J. K. WEIDNER. W. *r Eul. U o ■
W A6NEE’S
GREEN HOUSE
ti i:s r a iV i
/.s.s’ ,V 100 ll ’ I'ralf St.,
BALTIMORE
an 1. 1-Sd 'an
ni)i;i;s\ a mmm,
IMIoRTi.dS i v/> /.;. t/. H lid i.v
di (Ii (111 . 1 1
Cor. P'att and Sts,,
> , B \ I.TIMOUI'-
-1 Hi; I. VI !>l ( I; \/K I 1 R I. \DIKS
1 Elegant Tortoise Shell and Silver
llairnins. s..ni|di* h 2. eenis. I in. Nov-
II M I ■ , ' Ve W 11.1 l on II
Krvt'letl
as a glii lu
lr the eili/.ens
ot* Southern Ma; \
land lu the inorl
popular Shoe Si. re in \\ i hingt*n,
D. r.
L illies’ Siiaigl.l (ioal Ihitt Wdked holes, s‘i 00
Ladies* Hand S*v\ed IVhhletloat HiiUoii, S',,.’o
Ltd.ies’ ** •* Straight •• *• >4.io
Ladies* ** ** Holimda ** ** Sd •’*
La.lies* •• •• Kiend• (ioiidcla.tips on
L idn s’ *‘ “ ** Kid *' S:l.nc>
CENTS FINK SHOES IN ENDLESS VARIETY*
OU DEES UV MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. *
CEO. VV. RICH. 409-7111 SHEET, N W.
WEBSTER WAGON COMPANY
OVER 4000!
Uj Of their Celebrated Truss AsleWagous
FARM WAGONS mg™!!:
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY AT A BOTTOM PRICE,
A Wagon made from West Virginia Oak, Hiekory, and Poplar, the best quality pro
curable, aud superior in every particular to inferior grades now
on the market. Embrace the opportunity and save money.
All Wagons tire warranted for one' year.
Our farewell offer. WEBSTER WAGON CO.,
Write for prices and terms. MOUNDSVILLE, Marsha” Co., W. Va.
Derm.her if). —bin.
RUSSlA—lllustrated
1g ■ . of. from the Earliest Times to 1577. By .V. lUviuro. Translated by I. B. Lino.
Is ISIOry in two large liimo volumes. Long Priim’i* Tyi o*. v..: !i n-.micro* ;a lino ill r -.ralioiid
and maps Fine -111. gilt lops. Library style. l"rtr<■ rrtlun ,1 fni.n i- 1.5.U0 to $ | ,75.
Rambaud’s '
K-ssia in nny Russian history he
jrins almost in myth, j)r<)t , t*t‘<ls into a wilderness
t f conflicting traditions, and emerges into a
clear light only in comparatively recent times
It. is studded with imposing jersoiialilies and
O darkened hy hideous crimes;
S 9 I striking events make it dra
matic, the sufferings of a great people lend it
pathos; the unrest of the present hour and
the uncertain outlook for to- 4 •yf?
morrow invest it with deep in- I ■ #
terest. M. Kainbaud puts the reader’s mind
fully iu train to consider the situation of the
hour.—Literary World, Boston
The Period the earliest times .
to I>T7 It is more interesting as told hy M.
R uabaud than any romance. It is a cloth of
g. id studded with diamonds, not of moral hril- j
liance but of Hitellecmal vigor and fascinating i
personality. Ivan the Terrible. Peter the Great, !
Mazeppa. Catherine, Nicholas, and other mon
mvhs <f iron will and broad ambition relieve the
monotony of war, and the Mazeppaof Byron
comes in as a charming episode. The high civili
zation obtained without the adoption of a civil
iztsl frn* of government, leaves no room f*>r
surprise at the strength < f Nihilism, Inter
(>< ran. Chicago. 111.
The History JSJS \?Z
in*si sa!i*factory history of that cunti;y ever
brought before English readers. The history
••f the ris<* of this wonderful nation is remarka
ble. Ils power of absorption and diffusion is
phenoiumal. “The IVorM.” said Napoleon
once, “will one day be ruled by the Slav and
Teuton races * The prophecy is under fulfll
meat. 11 "v the Russian Slavs c-paudeil from (
/ /,/. r'STF.i TF.TI CATAZOOrTot Choice Books. IS'lpa'ps. i rents: r’. i.d *:
I pac. free. The best literature of the world at the lowest prices ever known. A<ldr<.; s.
OifX 11. ALDEX. Publisher, SOU Pearl St., ?i ‘ Z
Tlie A Idem l*oo!c Co.: Clark and Adams Sts . Chicago ; !-*>V up 1 .:
FARMERS!
In. rease yotirELL PUOBL'CTIOX and keep your poultry heaiihy
b' feeding them w illi
MYERS’
CHICK-CHICK-EH.-RE-KEE.
(EGG FOOD FOR POULTRY AND PIGEONS.)
It is Ihe best article in the world forallkinds of poultry and pigeons.
His no meJirinr. But is a prevent** of disease, and mvigoralor lor
making egg-shells, aud lor keeping all poultry in a hea thvcondition.
It only contains u bat nature demands, and poultry should ha\e it. K
Wilt make the liens lay oftener. and of a superior quality. Keeping
longer from spoiling, chickens will mature at an earlier sige,
and make a better quality of flesh and not subject to disease. The
great drawback iu keeping fowls iu condition, Uthe want ot carbon
We get plenty of Kgga
and never bay© auy
‘ Lw’nß I I k
f>r forming the shell, also a condiment for keeping the birds la bculib
ami making their plumage look nice; by using
CHICK-CHIOK-ER-RE-KEE
’i ->u w ill ti tnl the benefit derived from its use.
CHICK-CHICK-ER-RE-KEE
Is made bv a secret process only known to the manufacturer. Iho
coiiibiiiuiiun of liiedill’ereDt ingredients is so concentrated that the
chickens or pigeons will eat it.
. lO and 30 cents per Sox.
Trade Mark registered, February 21lh, ISSS,
Patented in the Tinted .Stales, July Tth, ISKS.
Patented in Canada, t tetober Uth, ISSs.
It your "treke*per d<os nt sell it, send One Dollar and I will
sin;, a iwunty-pouud l*ox 8. S. MYERS, Eatcnlc**,
629 N. Fttoxt St. Dhtt.adei phia, La., V S.
rnfeitted Iu Great Britain. .Inly Tth. 1885.
t.*ale Rights for alo to responsible parties.
HARNESS!
AI lioflom |ric(‘* Cor (’ASH at (lit* laclory ol
O. TOPHAM,
1231 I'-iina. y,rilin'. Wa.liinamn. I).
JV BARGAIN.
♦. Ca.sli. will I>ll> IT,- best BUBGV HAKN'pSS, ever sold fi>r the money, equal lo an\
liai in-s sold elsewlier-al $-’.">.')(l. This liamoss is made of Best Oak 1 aimed leather. Ham
Made. Niekel Mnimtings, Kusset Heines Ae. Wagon and Team Harness on lu>mi nw<-sj
TKaTjnNrics i
Great x:u : .;\, nul Larue Stock, MV OWN MARK! At prices lover Ilian ever, lUvVKL
I |\i, ii_\i.s >,\T < IIKI.S, Ac. Don’t forget the number, 1231 I’enn Avenue. X, W
Vu c.inm ctice. u ih old stand. ' ••<•'■* Iss —L v
small districts al/*i:t li. * Kpper Btvina and
Dneiper and Lie Volga n.id the Oka until they
dominate one sixth the territorial surfaceof the
globe, containing a population of liQ.OfIO.OuD, is
most admirably t* Id by Rambaiht. The voik is
well supplied v- ith naps, ami well indexed.—
Pioneer Press, St. Paul. Mian.
O I history is full of cruelty.
■ A ÜbvE C 4 8 fl oppression, tyranny, and
all sorts of crime, v.ilh fe.v peaceful passages
to note the advance of civilization. This very
fact makes ildramatic and full of stirring inci
dents, and tbpse who crave this k iin Ll! reading,
or who desire to know the l,i*t.:y t-f Russia for
its own sake, will find M Rambßud’s volumes
well suited t<> their needs He ha> taken vast
pains to make Ins history both full and accu
rate; his style is nervous and forcible, and he
gives a graphic picture of the bloody centurie*
through which the Rn >iau Empire rose. Hin
book lifts to a great extent the veil of mystery
that hangs over the origin and growth of Ru.s
-sia.—lnquirer. Philadelj Ida.
No Student observer of public
event* can afford to In* ignorant ot Russia--
that Polar Bear which stretches one huge j aw
toward C(nstantinople and the other t< v ::: I
India—that *• muffl ’d de-tiny ‘ of whose fi.::;r •
no one knows save that it is to lie great and
must affect to a reraark .iLle cxU’nt the c< ?
of well nigh tlie entire human race. N* u
weighty matter of debate evists among the .
lions than that which cu*‘. utes the ** Ka
Question. ’’ and of thiscpierti u tb• While(V
representing territorialh th-greatest nnti •.
earth and one of the strongest, most umbitD
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