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THE DURHAM DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11. ia,ra,ii2L3 1 -0 ON AND AFTER THIS DATE I will put the Knife Beep in the Price of all Spring Goods? ESPECIALLY CLOTHING AND STRAY HATS. T. J. LAMBS, The Clothier, Hatter ant Gents' Furnisher. Durham, X. C. THE BROUGHTON ROAD CART. THE BEST CART ON 7 TS THE MARKET FOIl TIIK MONEY. SOLI) EXCLUSIVELY UY H. SEEMAET S)1I, MANDF.iCTCUEtJS OF r "b-aotcrris, Carts, "7vra,grc:n3 cSsc. Near Market House, Durham, N. C. DRIVER HOUSE! Church Street, 3d Door South of Main, Next to Durham Furniture Co. The proprietress begs leave to inform the public that she has ENTIRELY REFITTED TUB WI3LL KNOWN DRIVER HOUSE From Garret to Cellar, And is prepared to furnish the best ac commodations to be had in the city.' THE TABLE Is supplied with all the Substantial? and Delicacies the Market affords. Located convenient to all the business thoroughfares. "What the eye seeth the heart believeth. Call and be convinced. Terms, $1.00 per day. Special rates to regular boarders. Your patronage so licited. Respectfully, MBS. FANNIE PET WAY. FARTHING & DUKE, DEALKHS IN' General Merchandise ! WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL. Having just returned from the Northern Markets, where we selected a lull and com plete line, we feel sure we are prepared to please the most fastidious in each of our lines. We have a new and well selected stock of Dry Cioods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, TRUNKS, VALISES, Etc. Huts and Caps, Wood and Willow-ware, Crockery and Glassware, Hardware. ALL .KINDS OF A CJ IS I C U LT IT J t A L I M PLUM 1 -IN TS . Consisting oT Farmers' Friend and Dixie Flows. Old Hickory and Piedmont Wagon?, Hoad Carts. Hoes. Hakes, Shovels, Pitchforks and Spades. I n fact, everything kept in a (ieneral Merchandise Store. We have adopted the Cash Modus Operandi' of con ducting business, and 1 Not Intend to lie Undersold Here or Llsewherc. lie sure and give us a call and see for your self. Wt only ask for an investisration, and feel assured that you will vro away ierteetly satislied. Thanking the public generally for their past patronage and favor, and soliciting the same in the future, we remain. Yours to please, TAKTHING 4 DUKE. C. C. TAYLOR, Tin: ONI A- SPECIAL DEALER IN COOK STOVES IN THE CITY. I bog leave to inform my patrons and the public that I am making' a special lead On $10.00 Cook Stoves ! Other prices ransre from $10.00. $15.00, $'20.00 and $2..00. I also carry a full line of STOVE AND COl'STRY H0LL0W-WAUE. TIN AND SHEET-IK0X WAKE, LAMP GOODS, Etc. All goods guaranteed to give satisfac tion, Will also deliver and put iu Stoves in working order. TIN ItOOFING, GUTTKKING AM) GKN KKAL JOHIIING DONE. IN TIIK II EST MANNKlf. Call and see me before purchasing else where. Your patronage solicited. C. C. TAYLOR. Bargains I IT IS THE MOST Comfortable Kiding Cart MADE. Slothing Succeeds LIKE SUCCESS. The reason KA DAM'S MICKOHK K1LLKK is the most wonderful med icine, is because it has never failed in any in stance, no matter what the disease, from LEP ROSY to thesimplest dis ease known to the human system. The scientific men of to-day claim and prove that every disease is CAUSED BY MICE0BES, AND Radam's Microbe Killer Exterminates the Microtis and drives them out of the system, and when that is done you cannot have an ache or pain. No matter what the disease, whether a simple case of Malarial Fever or a combination of diseases, we cure them all at the same time, as we treat all dis eases constitutionally. Asthma, Consumption, Catarrh, Uronelii tis, Klieumatism, Kidney and Liver Dis ease, Cliills and Fever, Female Troubles in all its forms, and, in fact, every Dis ease known to the Human System. . KEWAKE of FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS See that our Trade-Mark (same as above) ap pears on each jug. Send for book "History of the Microbe Killer," given away by H. 11 LACK N ALL & SON. Druggists, Durham, N. C. Sole Agents. WATCII-KKY! A TRUE STORY OF THE GREAT RICHMOND TRAGEDY'. A NOVEL, by KLKIi. About a month ago a review of "A Watch Kev" appeared in these columns, but for rea sons that are good, but not necessary to be mentioned, the author's name was withheld from the public. As the Dispatch is therirst newspaper that reviewed the book, it is grati fying to note that other reviews that have ap peared later, have agreed with the views !t. expressed. It is with no less pride than plea- ure that the Dispatch now announces that the author is none other than Mrs. M. H. Pinnix, of Lexington, the wife of one of our most dis tinguished and popular citizens. During the past few years frs. Pinnix has devoted much of her time to literary pursuits; but until re cently she has resisted numlerless imjiortun ate requests to allow any of her writings to apeur in print. A few months ago she con sented to placintr AVateh-Key" in the hands of a printer. The result is most gratifying. The liook has leen on the market but a lew weeks, but it has already met with a large sale. The author wilj doubtless take rank among the most popular of Southern writers. The plot is well laid and the story is intensely interest uisf. The leading characters are depicted in clear cut lines, and are made so true to human nature that thcV seem almost like familiar acquaintances. The author shows a deep in sight into human nature. Her iortrayal of the thoughts, the cares and sorrows of a wife and mother is particularly line. iXividson Dis patch. 1'ltICK, 50 CENTS. ' For sale by American News Co., 29 and 31 Chamtters Street, New York ; J. W. Randolph" & Emdish, Kiefamond. Va.; Alfred Williams & Co., ltaleixh, N. C: Smith & Watson, Lexing ton. N. C. ; News Dealers Generally. lm Ycur New Sis for May ! mm. j. ,t. iiabel I still in town and ready for the Spring. All young men having suits left over from last Spring will do well to have them cleaned, pressed and repaired for every day wear. AH Work (Inarauteed to Give Satisfac tion OLD CLOTHES MADE NEW. If your new suit doesnt fit, bring it In and have it remedied. Dont delay. MRS. J. J. HAHEL, Main Street. D K. J. J. THAXTON, With ftv- Tirs PTterienee as a General Practitioner, tenders his services to the citi zens of Durham. His specialties: Mucous Membranes, Glands and Nerves females in particular). Indirection, Bronchitis, Scrofula. Coustimtion and Headache, Secondary and Hereditary Diseases. Home at C. M. Hern don's. Office over Jones' Jewelry Store. Office hours, 9 o'clock a. m., to 12 m- and f rom 2 p. m., to 4 p. m. KISSING THE ROD. Oh, heart of niiae, we shouldn't Worry so! What we've missed of calm wo couldn't Have, you know 1 What we're met of stormy pain. And of sorrow's driving rain. We can better meet aain If it blow. We have erred in that dark hour We hare known. When our tears fell with the shower. All alone Were not shine and shadow blent As the gracious Master meant? Let us temper our content With his own. For, we know, not every morrow Can be sad ; So, forgetting all the sorrow We have had. Let as fold away our fears And put by our foolish tears, And through all the coming years Just be glad. James Whitcomb Riley. Fishes That Make a Noise. The black dram is one of our largest game fishes, most abundant in the south ern states, but occurring along the Jer sey coast, and often found in the waters of Staten Island. The drum belongs to the family of the Scioenidre, which, owing to the peculiar structure of the air bladder, possess the power of uttering sounds to a greater or less degree. Other members of the fami ly, such as the weakfish, croaker and roncador, make a grunting sound whea boated (although old fishermen claim to be able to detect the presence of a large school of weakfish by the noise made by them while feeding a3 the boat passes over them); but the sound of the drum is the loudest, and can bo very distinctly heard at a distance. The croak of the ubiquitous sea robin, which does not, however, belong to this flimily, is fa miliar to all who have ever wet a line in the bay. During the breeding season of the drum this noise is more pronounced than at any other time, the males calling to the females, who respond in lower tones; and at night, while feeding on the oyster and mussel beds, which provide their principal food, the fish seem to grunt their satisfaction with the repast. Cor. New York Times. : Variegated Colors in Dottles. Take equal volumes of chloroform, glycerine, a mixture of one volume stronger ether and three volumes carbon disulphide, water, cotton seed oil and alcohol. Shake the cloroform with a little water, then separate the excess. To the chloroform thus saturated with water add a little Bengal red, shake well a few minutes, and filter. In the ether and carbon disulphide dissolve a little iodine. In the alcohol dissolve a little Bengal green or chlorophyl from fresh green leaves. Now pour these various colored fluids into a clear flint glass bottle or other similar container just large enough to hold them all, beginning with the chlo roform and following with each in suc cession down to the alcohol. They should all be added carefully down the side of the container and without agitation, and, lastly, enough more alcohol should bo added to completely fill the container after the insertion of the cork. This will give a bottle with six separate lay ers of colored fluids, and presents a very pretty sight. The New Idea. About Ventilation. It seems like heresy to talk to the en lightened people of this age of ventila tion and hygiene in their relation to sleep, but still it isn't so very long since an entire family who were ill recovered because some, one was careless enough to break a window pane out and every one was too ill to replace it. Not so very long, either, since -a physician hung a canary's cage beneath the canopy of one of our handsomely curtained beds where two people were sleeping, and took its lifeless little body from the cage the next morning. A word to the wise is sufficient, and every one knows that a closed window, heavy carpets, stuffy curtains, fluids, vegetable life and food of any kind in any sleeping apartments are not conducive to healthful, refresh ing sleep. Toronto Empire. Correct. The dull boy sometimes displa-s an unexpected streak of brightness. Teacher Which New England state has two capitals? Boy New Hampshire. Teacher Indeed I Name them. Boy Capital N and capital II. Har per's Bazar. We Live Longer. Three hundred years ago the average life of man was 211-4 years. In the early part of this century it was rather more than 40 1-2, and certainly has not lessened since. That means that as many people live to 70 now as lived to 40 300 years ago. Exchange. Silas Enlightens Sarah. "There's Euterpe and Melpoinean on the curtain. And that gal over there on the left is Tripsichore, the goddess of dancin'." "Tripsichore is a good name for her ain't it, Silas!'" Harper's Bazar. No Moths on Him. "What do you want, Johnny? said an Elm street drug man to an urchin coun ter high. "Something to keep moths out of carpets?" "Yes," answered the boy; "that's what I camphor. Manchester Press. Epidemics, such as influenza, are said to arise when the supply of ozone in the air is insufficient. To counteract this, Dr. Forster, of Berlin, has advocated the artificial supply of ozone to the air of towns and thickly populated districts. Plowing by steam has been introduced in Walla Walla valley, Wash., and is pronounced a success. Heretofore it has cost $2 per acre to plow, while under the new system it can be done for forty cents. The olive tree lives to a great age. One lately destroyed at Beaulieu had a record of five centuries and was thirty six feet in circumference. WEATHEK HUKEAE. The weather prognostications indicate the state of the weather for thirty hours from to day 3 o'clock. For North Carolina, fair, stationary temperature. MORE. COTTON. Increased Acreage and the Crop in Good Condition. Washington, June 10. The statistical returns for June to the department of agriculture show an increase of acreage in cotton in nearly ever state. The area, as compared with acreage of 1SS9, is re ported in this preliminary investigation as follows : Virginia, OS; North Carolina, 102; South Carolina, 103; Georgia, 102; Flor ida, 103; Alabama, 102; Mississippi, 102; Louisiana, 03; Texas, 10; Arkansas, W; Tennessee, 100; average, 102; average condition, SS.8. The percentage of Vir ginia is 00; North Carolina, OS; South Carolina, 07; Georgia, 04; Florida, 02; Alabama, 93; Mississippi, 8o ; Louisiana, 84; Texas. 84; Arkansas, 8-3; Tennes see, 87. The fair price prevailing with low prices for other products stimulates the extension of planting. The over flows in Arkansas and Louisiana delyd planting in those states and prevented the increase which otherwise would have been made. There are locations where replanting to perfect stands injured by cold nights is still continued, and will be, in extreme cases, to the fifteenth of June. Stands are generally very good in the Carolinas with exceptions in low areas where frost of cool nights have destroyed plants. In the Mississippi valley and in Texas heavy rains and local floods and inundations have caused an unusual amount of replanting and on the Mississippi and other great rivers delay of planting until the waters recede. In such cases the seed has been dropped in the mud and the plants have appeared promptly, some times in four days from planting. Except on the At lantic coast the excess of rain has re tarded chopping out and cultivation, leaving the crop somewhat grassy, though recent tine weather has done much to secure clean cultivation. In iniore south ern latitudes the plants are beginning to bloom. While the entire breadth as a rule is late, the plants are healthy and growing rapidly. Suicide in Person County. Charlotte Chronicle. Koxboro, N. C, JuneO. Person coun ty has again been greatly shocked by the news that one of her prominent citizens, Mr. Stephen Milton, of Olive Branch township, committed suicide on last Sun day morning, by .hanging himself. His mind had been injured for some time. After breakfast, after carefully dress ing himself, ostensibly for church, he went t the stable and there procured a halter rein made of plaited poplar bark, and which had been made for the pur pose, it is thought. With this strange rope, he hanged himself in a skirt of woods a short distance from the house. He was about GO years old and leaves a family. Kates Davidson College Commencement, Davidson College, N. C. The Richmond & Danville railroad will sell parties attending Davidson College Commencement, Davidson College, N. C., round-trip tickets to that point and return June 7th to 12th inclusive, good return ing until and including June 1G, 1800, at following rates from points named : Char lotte, $1.10; Greensboro, 4.."0; Durham, 0.15; Winston-Salem, $3.43; Hender son, $7.00; Raleigh, $G.G3: Selma, $7.33; Goldsboro, $8.03. Hates from interme diate points in same proportion. Another Cure for Iiheiuiiatism. Lake City, Fi.a. P. P. P. Manufacturing Co., Savannah, Ga.: Gentlemen : I had Rheumatism for over six years, and last May was taken down and confined to my bed. My legs and feet were badly swollen and the color of a red apple, and I was in a fearful condition. I heard of P. 1. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Hoot and Potassium and after seeing what the ingredients were as the formula is on the'oottle I concluded to try it, and after taking three small bottles was able to ro down town and attend to my busi ness, and I must say that I' feel like another man. Am now taking the large size, and to day I lielieve that I will soon lie as likely as any man of sixty-one years of age can expect to be. A. C. Lang. Ervsi'ielas. I. L. Irvin, of Thomasville, Ga., says'he was afflicted with Erysipelas for ten years and was only cured when P. P. I. was used. Tetter, Saltrheum and Cancer are all cured by P. P. P. The effects on these disease are percept ible after the first bottle of I. P. P. was used. liandall Pope, the retired druggist of Madi son, Fla.. says P. P. P. is the lest alterative in the market, and he has handled and sold all thesarsaparillasand blood medicines that were advertised. N NOTICE OF INCOHPOKATION. North Carolina, . Durham Count', j a'PEKioH Cornr. June 3, 1). To Whom It May Concern : P. H. Masscv. John W. Pope. Pinkney Mead ows. J. W. lirooks. J. W. Gattis, It. O'llriant. W. 11. Holloway, J. H. Meadows. W. T. Mead ows, having this day hied in my office articles of incorio ration for a company to be called the Durham Farmers' Alliance Tolsiceo Manu facturing Company, have U-en incorporated under said name. The duration of said rn Iny shall be twenty jears; the principal place of business. Durham ; the business pn-w-d. the manufacture of tolttcco in all .ranches and the sale of the same, with the usual privileges of holding, leasing and sellinjr real and personal estate. The present capital stock i flo.ooo.w1th the privilege of increas ing to f HUii. NumU-r of share. 2. of iar value of f5.00 each. D. C. MANGL'M, C. S. C. PLASTIC0 ! For nicest and best WALL FLEMISH ! USE FJiA,STICO. Can be had at J. T. WOMBLE'S General Hardware and Stove Store. ?ole Agent for Plastico for Durham. W. M. YEARBY, SrCCKSSOK TO YE ABB Y & CO., DRUGGIST -AND PHARMACIST MAIN STltELT. A full and tomplete line of DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICLES, Ac. Soda and Mineral Waters Fine Cigars and Tobacco. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. AVE ARE READY TO SERVE YOU AT ALL HOURS, 2Drr oe ibTiCriEH-.rr. Telephone Call, 20. FINE TOILET SOAPS AT VAUGHAN'S DRUG STORE. FINE TOILET SOAPS -AT- VAUGHAN'S DRUG STORE. FINE TOILET SOAPS -AT VAUGHAN'S DRUG STORE. FINE TOILET SOAPS AT VAUGHAN'S DRUG STORE. A LAUGK LINE or- SOAPS JUST RECEIVED -AT- EKY LOW PKICKS, -AT- VAUGHAN'S DRUG STORE. THY "LAFFITTE' GLYCEKINE SOAP -AT- VAUGHAN'S DRUG STORE. Richmond & Danville R. R. Co. CONDENSED SCHEDULE, Corrected to May 18tli, 18DO. SOUTHBOUND. DAILY. No. 50. No.l Leave Iicave 1eave Ixave Arrive Richmond. Itarkevllle, KcTville, iHiuvllle, Greens Uro. 3(Dpic & 06 p m 5 48 p m 8 40 pm 1U -T pru 2 40pm 4 40 p m 4 45 p in i 4S p m 8 P m 2 30am 4 30am 6 10 a m 8 05am 42am t 5 00 p m v u p m 1 00 a m 2 .V a m J U a ra 6 15 a in 9 50 a m 11 19 am 12 OH pm 4 25 pm 555pm "11 24 am 12 40 pm 3 :w p m 4 46 pm 40 p m 1 00 pm 5 10 p m v oo p m Ixave Golllwm Arrie lieave Ijcave Kaleifh, lUleteh, Durham, Arrive Greensboro, licave WinsUn-galem, Leave Gwwnsboro, "10 3Tpm( LJJMajnl 1 40 a in ! 7 22 a m; 9 34 ami Arrive 11 bury, Statesville, As he vi lie. Arrive Arrive Arrive Hot Springs. Ixave Salisbury, Arrive Charlotte, Arrive Spartanburg. Arrive Greenville, Arrive Atlanta, 12 32 am 2 05 a m' 4 51 a m 5 M a m 11 OOara! licave Charlotte, 2 20 a m! tt JUam! 10 30 a m! Arrive Arrive Columbia, Augusta, NORTHBOUND. DAILY. No. 51. No. 53. " Vw am 12 50 p m 5 15 p m Ixave lx'ave Arrive Augusta, Columbia. Charlotte, t M p m 3 13 a m Ix'avo Atlanta, Arrive Greenville, Arrive Sartanburtr. Arrive Charlotte, Arrive Salisbury, Iieave Hot Springs, Leave A.heille, Ixavo Statesvllle. Arrive Salisbury, 0 ID p ra 7 lOajpju 1. iMttlb 1 ;! a n 2 i ni 4 25 a in ti 02 a in 11 10 pin 12 40 a in 5 (C a in 5 .Vl a m 5 ; i p m 7 Uf p m 12 21 pm 2 02 p in 5 5.s p in (i 42 pjn 7 12 pm 8 40 pjn tl230a m 11 00pm 5 00 tl in 7 45 a in Ixave Arrive Arrive Salisbury, Greensboro, Winiton-Sale ; 07 a in 7 47 am 11 40 a m; Ix-avo G reensioro. 0 45 a in! 12 01 pm! 1 05 p in; ' f (5 pui," 2 55 p m ' 7 55am!" Arrive Arrive Leave Arrive Durliam, lialeigh, llaleigh, Goldsloro, t 00 a m 12 50 p m 8 50 p m 10 20 p tu 1 55 a m 2 45 a in 5 15 a m licave Greensloro, Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrive Danville, Keysville, Uurkeville, Iticlunond, 0 32 a in 12 If pm 1 u) p m J M 1 111 HLTAVKKN WEST POINT, UICIIMOXI) & KALEIfiH. Via Keysville, Oxford and Durliam. 54 and 102 STATIONS. "West Point" Iticlunond Itichmond Uurkeville Kej svillo Chase City Chirks villc Oxford "Oxford Henderson "Oxford lCalcigh 55and 103. 6 ufp in t 4 35 p m 4 30 p hi 2 25 p in 1 45 p in 12 :J0 p m 1 1 55 a m 10 40 a in " U) oo a m 8 55 a m 10 45 a ui s 15 a m Daily. 8 00 y 40 11 OU 1 00 a m' Lv. Ar. Lv. Ar. a m a in p. m p'hi P m p in in Ar. Lv. 05 2 44 3 15 4 13 "4 40 5 45 4 13 0 57 Ar. Lv. Ar. Ar. Lv. pm Lv. pm; " pm'Lv. p in Ar. tlaily, except Sunday. .Daily except Monday. Additional train leaves Oxford dail ily except 12:05 p. in.. Siiiii):iv 1 iHKtii. in.. arrive IlctidorMOll 12:05n returning leave iieiidemon -:! p. m. uany ex cept Sunday, arrive ixford a:15 j. ra. No. 50, leaving Goldsboro 2:20 p. in. and lla leigh 4:45 p. m. daily, makes connection at Dur ham with No. IV, leaving at :00 p. in. daily, ex cept Sunday, for Oxford, Henderson and all jKimts on O. & II., O. & C, and it. M. 1 toads. Passenger coaches run through lietween Went Point and Italeigh, via Ke)8Ville,on Nos. 54 and 102, and 55 and 103. Nos. 51 and 53 connect at Itkhmond from and to West Point and Ilaltiuiore daily except Sim day. SLEEPING-CAR SERVICE. On Trains 50 and 51 Pullman Iluffet Sleeper lietween Atlanta and New York, Danville and Augusta, and Greensboro, via Ashevillc to Morristown, Tvnn. On 52 and 53, Pullman Iluffet Slecier lie tweeii Washington and New Orleans, via Mont gomery and between Washington and llir uiiiiKham, Ala., itichmond and Greciudioro. Italcigh and Greensboro, and lietween Wash ington and Augusta, and Pullman Mullet Sleepers lietween Washington and Asheville and Hot Springs. SOL HAAS, JAS. I.. TAYLOU, Trallie Manager. (Jen. Pass. Agt. W. A. TU JtK. Div. Pass. Agt., lUleigh, N. C. Durliam & Northern Railway. - .- ..- TIME TABLE NO. 0. To Take Effect Sunday, March 2, IS'JO. EASTERN TIME STANDARD. TKAINS MOVING XOKTH. Ft. and Pas. Daily except Sunday. No. 52. Passenger. Daily except Sunday. No. 3S. Lv Durham, 10 35 a in Lv lU nVhan.fll 10am Lv 'rtiflmo'r.l I 32 a m Lrllctder, 1142 a in LvTar Klver, II 52 am LvCI-iv, 12 07 pm LvWa'tkin. 12 21pm At Henders'n,12 45pm Lv Durham, 5 20 p m Lv llennehan, 0 01 p m Lv Creed ino;ir,0 32 p m Lv Hester, 5Mpm LvTar Ither, 7 IHpm LvCIav, 7 40pm Lv Wat kins, H03pm Ar Ib-uderson, 30 pm TKAINS MOVING SOI Til. Ft. and Pas. Daily except Sunday. No. 53. Passenger. Daily except Sunday. No. 41. Lv Henderson, 2 10 p m Lv Wat kins, 2 33pm LvClay. 8 01pm LvTar Iliver, 3 IS pin LvHe-ter, 3 20 pin Lv Creed moorVl 40 p m Lv Ib-nnchau, 3 53pm A r Dur ham. 4 J) p i Lv Henderson, 6 50a m Lv Wat kins, fCElam LvClay, 7 02 a in LvTar Iliver, 7 2Harn Lv Hester, 7 52am LvCretwlmoor, 17 am Lv llennehan, 8 40am Ar Durham, y 30a in Train No. as mak- clow conntion for all I-iints North U all lUil, Itiy Line and O. D. Steamers, arriving in Itichmond 6.H5 p. m., Ilaltiuiore 12:40 a. in. Also with It. 4 G. trains for lUleitrh and the South. Train No. 41 makt-s clone connection with trains from the North and South at Henderson, l-.i inir Itichmond at V-.15 a. in. Train numU-r 52 rnak- connection at Hen derson with sleeper for Itichmond and Nor folk. Train No. 53 connects with Sleepr frn Kictimond arsi NorTolK. WM. MONCL HK. Su i-rintendent. MARX & RAWOLLE, MANUKACTLKEUi Q mm m glycerine ! Brilliant! Colorless! Odorless! SDPEEI0E TO ANY 0THEE IN THE WORLD ! CTest It and Convince Your8clvt"tj b21-llv J Ot IS C. WAGNKK ii CO., BOLE AGtXTS rOR HEUMAN'N SCHOTT, Itbejrdt, Cennanjr, MAJSCFACTUBER Or FINE CIGAK LABKIS ASH BANDS, C'Al.KNDAItS AND NOVELTIES FOB ADVKUTI3ING. 79 and tl Duano Street, ocdly New Yorx.