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C-"" r "Do you roll teeth without
palnl'.' Dei." I "7ell, not alwaye. I
sprained my wrist last time I pulled tootb
and It urU me yet occasionally."
The Paris rirare bas tuit published en la
tere tin a article on MVbt Younff Girls
Should Kead." This !e all well enoiiKb.
But it la mora Important iiiU to know that
they -should always take Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup forthelr cold. , .
. ' i
. The devil la good or kind when he la
pleased. - ,; ': . - '
"Heaven's last beat Rift mr ever, new de
liKbt," it not taj browns tone house, nor my
carriage and pair, nor my floe newyaebt,
aor my prettiest girl, . nor my bopea of a
teat In Congress, not these, bnt my wonder
ful cure for pain, Salvation OiL
'Tin sardine," saya the Maine herring;
bnt the put bun la tba box all the same.
"Are yon In favor of prohibiting the sale
f liquor?" asked an earnest-looking pu
lenger of the man who sat down beside him.
"Deed an' oi am that; it ought to be gtveu
away be the Government"
Whoa Baby waa sick, we gave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. :
When aha became Miss, she clung to Castorla.
When aha had Children, aha gave them Casteria,
One ought always to be mindful of the
first syllable of the word con-venation, and
talk with people not to them.'
Too, don't have to take our word for the
5ood, quality of Dobbins' Electrlo Soap,
ust get one bar of your grocer, and let it
tell you ita own atory next Monday, and be
governed by that, good or bad. Remember
Consider the man who is always punctual
bow much time he wastes waiting for oth
er people. . " ,
' Peee Year Baby chafe eaaftyT LaseM.
CSAF1NO. Sand ISo. In .lamp, for Urn boa. Sam.
la Free. Laull. Dallar A Co.. Box 17U, Naw York.
The present, according to Blehter, is your
eternity, and never abandons you. .
Mrs. ffliiliw'i Seat hlaf Srraa, far Chil
dren teething, softens the sums, rednoee Inflamma
tion, allays peln, care wlndeolle. SSa a bottle.
Few men sow their wild oats without get
ting more or less rye mixed in with tbem.
entire system; brings the hue oi health back to
The greatest happiness comes., from the
greatest activity. .
. Great hearts alone understand bow much
glory there is In being good.
Both' the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
cent! j yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
ita action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances,
its many excellent qualities com
mend it to all and have made it
the?roost popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in. COo
and 1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. . Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly, for any one who
wishes to try it Do not accept
any substitute. .
CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.
8AH FMAHCJiCO. CAL.
touisvius. ki. . hew roue. .t.
FOB ONW DOLLAR sent as or mall, we wilt
deliver, free of all ohanrmi, tn-uoj paraon In the
TJnttad Statee, all the following articles earefoUy
packed la a neat boat
Onetwo-oanflO bottle of Pare Vaseline 10 eta. -.
Onetwo-onnce boUle Veaellne Pomade It eta.
Onelar of Vaseline Cold Cream 1ft eta.
' Oneeake of Vaaaltne Camphor Ice 10 eta.
Otmeake Of Vaseline Soap, unaoented..,. 10 eta.
, Oto eake of Vaseline Boap, eeented 16 eta,
Oae two-oaaoe bottle of White Vaseline U eta.
Of far staatie anr slnele article at the erlee.'
If yon have oocaaloa to aae Vaaaltne In any form
heearefol to aooaptonlj genuine goods natep by as
In original packages. A graatmanr drngglataare
snrtng to penaade buyers to take VA8SLUIB put
kl f,ll ' 1
tp by Oram. Karer yield to such perauaalon, aatha)
' arttole I s aa I ml tat km without value, and wli I no
give ron the reaultyoa expect. A bottle of Bhsf
' aeei Vaaalloela aold by all drags 1U attaq canta.
. qaaaanoctarrr. ca , st stta si., nwiarh,
Cutter. Case. Poultry, Veal, .
Hay Grain, Wool. Hldee,
, Oreen and Dried Fruits,
n SimiHM TBI aUT S AVI Tl It. Wa oan sail your
Inlpmentaetthelilshea market prlee. and will
' make yoa prompt return. Write es for prtoea,
tags or any Information yoa may want.
CUr.r'.IRS, MORRISON CO..
Coejausslofl Marohsnts. 174 So. Water It. CMcaoo.
Baftreaea XafeswUtaa Hetleaal Baak. -
e. . wood.
B. A. WOOD. - a. MASS.
Lie 3 Cik CwM.i.iissLn r..wnt Si
DNIOM STOCK VAKDS. CIIICAOO.
Brandbaai: OMAOJl, SIOUX CITS'.
Eitabllahed 1867 .'
It will pat fo o la us a trial. Correspoa.
' deoee Invited.
una you weak i
V H I If anffrr from LOnT SKMOO,
' I t-ituFS pmii'-t, ea aees of any
' I k-l from nt .., wa will ra yoa
)STiii.orrni tuf- it....
4 -.d. euiktSTrsAitJ.tnrrt'ry
o-M. Wrlta a to amd yoa a -amin
. m (Mlad la plain vwwft
TIIE CAIIP FIRE. ..
REMINISCENCES 0? TBS WAR AND
: WtlTARI MATTESSL . ". v
flaorg-anUlag the Amy Death la a Drop
of Llo,uld-EatartavlalBC Readlas; :
, i -.,' . f or Veterans,. '
. Beorgaalslae; the Army.
Upon the recommendation of the
Commanding General of the Army the
Secretary of War has approved a
new organization ' table of the
army whereby the 25,000 enlisted
men authorized by law are reappor
tioned in such a way as to Increase
the strength ol each company, troop,
and battery, and thereby increase the
efficiency of the fighting force of the
army. This reorganization Is in fur
therance of the scheme previously
adopted of lopping off two companies
from each of the cavalry and Infantry
regiments. The men taken from,
these "broken up" companies, about
8,400, are distributed among the re
maining companies. The new organ
ization in detail is as follows:
Each regiment of infantry, ten
companies, eight with the colors, two
unorganized. Each company com
posed of oner First-Sergeant, four Ser
geants, four Corporals, two musicians,
two artificers, one wagoner, forty-six
privates, and five non-commissioned
officers, making in all 485 men in each
regiment, or 12,120 men In all as
signed to the twenty-five infantry reg
iments. ; :., . ' ' ,'; - '
Each regiment of cavalry to consist
of twelve troops, ten with colors and
two unorganized. Each troop to have
one First-Sergeant five Sergeants,
four .Corporals, two trumpeters, two
farriers, -one saddler, one wagoner,
and fourty-f our privates, and five non
commissioned officers, making each
regiment comprise 650 men, or a total
of 6,500 for the ten troops of cavalry.
Each regiment of artillery to consist
of ten heavy and three light batteries,
each battery to comprise - one First
Sergeant, four Sergeants (six Ser
geants to each light battery), - four
Corporals, two musicians, two artifi
cers, one wagoner, and forty-six pri
vates (forty-nine privates to. the light
batteries), and five non-commissioned
officers, making a total lor each artll
lery regiment of 735 men, or 3.675 for
the five artillery regiments.
Death la a Drop of Liquid.
A firm of American, gunmakers
have bought the American rights to
the Giffard gun patents for 200.000.
Experts who have seen the' gun in
practice are enthusiastic in its praise.
The French Government is said to be
experimenting on its application to
cannon of the largest size.
Whatis-tho Gilford gunP To out
ward appearance it is a ' simple thing
enough, consisting of a small tubo of
toughest steel only nine' Inches in
length, containing nothing that, when
opened, the eyes can soo, the ear hear,
the nose smell, or' the lingers touch.
Yet that small tube may be destined
to destroy empires.
The tough steel tubo, nine inches
long,' is charged with liquefied car'
bonio acid gas, the same gas that we
breathe 'from our lungs after every
respiration, but converted by liquefac
tion into one of the most . powerful
propulslves known. It is fixed to the
barrel of the rifle in such a way that
when the trigger is pulled a drop of
the liquefied gas Is forcod Into the
breech of the gun behind the bullet,
where, instantaneously resuming a
gaseous condition, it develops a force
equal to 500 pounds pressure on the
square inch. The bullet Is then ex
pel led at any degree of velocity de
sired, for the powder can be increased
or diminished by a simple turn of the
crew. The pressure is equally dis
tributed and continuously increased
until the bullet leaves .the barrel.
There is no sudden explosion such as
that which constitutes . the constant
puzzle of the artillerist to overcome
There Is no smoke, no noise, no recoil,
no smell, no heat.
. A slight fizz, like the escape of gas
from a soda-water bottle, Is the only
sound which announces the dispatch
of a bullet that flattens Itself against
the target at a distance of 1,200 yards
There is.no- danger from leakage.
The new propellant is indifferent to
heat or damp. It will not burst un
der the impact of a heavy blow, and
It is so cheap that 250 bullets can be
fired at the cost of a penny.
- Another Capt. Webster.
I have read so much about Capt.
Webster that I am tempted to give
you ' my experience with one Capt.
Mose Webster. . It was in the month
of April, 1865. Our regiment (the
65th Ey. M't'd Inf.) was making a
rapid march to intercept a supposed
raid of John Morgan's old command
They Were headed for ML Sterling,
Ky. The Colonel (Weeden O'Neal)
and I were discussing tne said Irregu
lar Webster and his not strictly mili
tary conduct. As we were passing
through his stamping-ground, and
thinking it possible ; we might , run
across him,- I said: "Colonel, . what
would you do with him should we cap
ture himP" He replied: "If you will
back? me I will organize a drumhead
court-martial, convict, and shoot
him." ' I unhesitatingly pronounced it
the proper thing to do. That evening
abopt 5 o'clock, as I was riding in the
rear of the column, I noticed two men
in their shirt-sleeves sitting' in a
buggy, where they had turned off, and
were waiting for the command to pass.
Just then a young soldier by the name
of Snell left the ranks and rode back
to me and said: "Doctor, ' there Is
Mose Webster." ; . '
I then rode up and ordered him to
face about and follow the command.
We went into camp In the suburbs of
Paris, Ky., that night. . After we had
pitched our tents the Colonel came to
know what I thought about the sum
mary disposal of our prisons "Well,
Colonel. I I really don t know, la
truth, I I don't feel quite as sangui
nary as I did a short while ago."
"Well," said the Colonel. "It is pretty
much the same here.. It is most too
cold-blooded, and I don't see' how I
can get into a row with him. We will
turn him over to Capt Uardlman, and
maybe he will escape.'1
I must confess I looked tor the com
ing reveille with some misgivings, but
the morning found him all right Be
was shipped to Gen. Ilobson's bead-
Quarters, at Lexington, Ky., where X
understood he was tried and Convicted
by a military court and sent to the
penitentiary for a number of years.
me next day we were in Ait ster
ling, and witnessed the surrender of
Morgan's old command of between 600
and 700 men and officers, under Col.
Giltner. . F. Slaughter.
' Aa Elephant Battery. .
The Elephant Batteries are an im
portant part of the British Army In
India,, and to very many they are the
most interesting. ' A late number of
an Engish periodical gives two sketch
es of the animals used in' battery
at Trlmulgherry, Deccan, and an ac
count of how they are fed and cared,
for. In the first sketch they are being
washed at a trough in. their barracks,
where they also drink. They much
enjoy the operation, ' lying down in
any position to suit the convenience of
their attendant. He rubs their hides
with a piece of stone, and, should it
slip out . of his hand, they politely
pick It up with their trunks and re
store it to him. : They also use their
trunks to dash water over themselves,
and ean hit off any part of their bodies
with great' exactitude.- These are
all female elephants, as they are
more tractable than males. In the
second sketch the elephants are
formed up in row, waiting for their
breakfast Every elephant has five
bundles of straw, each containing two
pounds of raw rice, laid In front of
her; and they are not allowed to take
it up for themselves, as they usually
spill some of the rice. When the
word "feed" .is given, each animal
raises its trunk. The mahout then
picks up a bundle and puts it into the
animal's mouth. After the feed they
march back in line to the stables,
where they remain for the rest of the
day, with some sugar-cane and coarse
grass as a second course.
A Swindler Arrested, j
' A bold ' attempt made to swindle i
Mrs. Whitney, the widow of an old;
Boldier. has been exposed in St. Louis.
Mo. A man named Doherty, accom-1
panlod by a woman, went before a no '
tary public and desired him to take '
the acknowledgment of Mrs. Whitney i
to certain pension papers received!
frOm the Pension Agent at Chicago.
The papers were drawn up and the
woman's mark attached, she stating
that she could not write, and Doherty
forwarded the papers to Chicago. A
little while after Doherty appeared
again to tbo notary ail said that the
Pension Agent had written that Mrs.
WKUnAif Va u I nluroira attwiAl Viam wn
name, ana wanica 10 Know wny it naa
not been done In this case. ; Doherty
explained that the woman had a felon
on her finger, and asked the notary to ,
make a statement to that effect, which !
was done, the notary telling Doherty '
to take the paper before the County
Clerk and have It attested. Instead
of doing this Doherty forged the no
tary's name to the paper and sent it
on. The Agent was familiar with the
notary's signature, and at once caused
Doherty's arrest for forgery. It ap
pears that Doherty's wife was the wo
man who personated Mrs. Whitney,
and she was also arrested. It is said
that the real Mrs. Whitney is living
in Chicago, is very poor, and is not
aware that she is on the pension roll!
of Uncle Sam, or that she will receive
the snug sum of $2,835 in a lump.
Doherty procured the certificate by
forgery after learning that the pension
had been granted.
A Former Prisoner. .
Barney Wheeler, Co. E. 36th 111.,
says that he was confined for 16 months
L . I T - 1 1 - J
la a reoei prmuu. no nuuiwu un Aug. i
1, 1861, and was mustered out Feb. 9.
1865, while a prisoner of. war. lie j
was wounded and captured at the bat
tle of Chlckamauga, and taken to Llbby
prison, and was also In Pemberton
Prison at Richmond. From there he
was sent 'to Danville, where ho re-i
mained until the Spring of 1864; from
thence to Andersonville, where he
staid six months, and finally taken to
Florence. He nearly died with scurvy
and dropsy, and was lifted from the
cars and left by the side of the road
to die. He was among the specially
exchanged comrades who were re
leased on Dec. 10, .1864. Among the
comrades paroled with him 18 came
to the part of Illinois in which the
writer lives,' and there are but three
now living. ;
. . ' The Flight afa Caaaoa Bell.
, A well known photographer, of til
ss, bas forf some years been experi
menting with photographs of the
flight of cannon balls from the mo
ment of their projection to the strik
ing the target or ; object aimed at.
Two years ago, he succeeded in ob
taining highly interesting results;
lately, hoy wever, the acme of perfection
was reached. Ills plates were submitted
to the expert, Dr. Koenig, of the Ber
lin University, who was perfoctly able
to make therefrom the desired, calcu
lations, lie established the fact that
that the projectile thus photographed
had a velocity of 400 meters per sec
ond, and that the duration of the-llght
thrown on the photographic plates did
not exceed the ten-thousandth part of
a second.'" ' '; ' ' ' y
Carried the Sceaerr Along. ; .
Billy So you hare returned from
your bridal tour. What did you see
oh tbe trip that pleased you mostf. '
; John My wife.' .
jct everyc-fcebled vcm3
krbw it I There's a medicine
thft'H cure htr, and the proof
pciitive! . v ';-V ."
Herje's the proof if it
dctsn't do yon good within
reasonable time, , report the
fact to its makers and get
yoir money ' back without
a Iword but you won't do it !
The remedy is Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription and it
ha proved itself the right
remedy in nearly every case
of female weakness.
It is not a miracle. It won't
cure everything but it has
done more to build-up tired,
enfeebled and broken - down
women than any other medi
cine, known. .' ' s
Where's the woman who's
not ready for it ? All ' that
we've to : do is to get the
newi to her. -The medicine
will do the rest.
Wanted Women. First
to know it Second to use
it. Third to be cured by it
The one comes of , the other.
The seat of sick headache
is not -in the brain. Regulate
the stomach and you cure it
Dr. Pierce's Pellets are the!
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kertha Msrt. Villa VSa
at thlr eilamta aad
kMpalA.M la goM kMlia.
It atkN th.m alas aaa
vhlla ahaMla fc.th.ra.
Maikaforlta. Bold ky all
SrsrtMa. rmoara s Mrs
um. uira boob ma.
Til K BIRD FOOD W,
I0 North Tklra Stnat.
sadUttlPodar,tlMMlaUMvwr. with firm took.
Siii .tan ror a m aaai pia
tit Faoaarsi.n'a II waa
JONES of BINCHAMTON, Dinghamton, N. Y.
THE POSITIVE CURE.
ad ELY BKOTHER3, SO Warren
fWho wins theeyes.wins e.ir-
ou regara r.
in h o us e- cl i ng S&p o I to
is CkSolid caike of-s co u ri ng
: "3TOTJ jttjdqjbhd
by your house just as much as bp your dress. Keep it neat and
clean and your reputation will thine. Jfeglect it and your good
name will suffer. Do not think that house-cleaning is too trouble
some f it is worth all it costs, especially if you reduce the outlay of
time and strength by using SAP OLIO, ,
(,,g,Q S (SWisHS fpS)ig)
Beat Cough Medicine. Recommended by Phraiciana.
Cure where all else fails. Pleasant and agreeable to the
taste. Children take it without objection. By drurg-Iata.
and double the labor. It's expensive washing before you get
through with itand the cost comes home to you, no matter
who docs the worjc' ; . "; -r. ' )'C '''.
J Pcarline saves coney by saving work,' wear, and time. It
I hurts nothing; washes and
more than common soap, but it does more. Its cheap to
begin with but it's cheapest in the end.
eoi imnauona oi
" . cvan Pkomtlt akd FssjuxnrrLV
IiaBBPeitej, noaflaoho, Toothache ,
r7 rs un r- o a -a. .
. Sotm Throat, Swellings, Frost-bltee. ,
O C I A T 3t C jC ,
Sprains. Pralaee. Paraay CcaMa. . ,
A Tru Comblnatlorv of C30HA,
. JAVA and KIO.
Picttrro Card Given
With every pound package. For
tale everywhere. istlsMbkHCs.Tslekl
PROF. O. V.R.FORD, -
piscoaerer of HOPB FOR THJt BAtD."
iTnule Mark.) Hair Restorer and Retainer.
i Pamphlet of Information an4 Testimonials Ballad
ea receipt ei swob. , ...,.;
"Hep For Tbo DaH"
Is Indorsed by Tbe Albany. N. V. Chemical Co. l
Hon. Jobn T. Ranaon,(Ki-Maur Oloarlll., N.
V.i Dr. Wm. M. Dsrla. OloverWtlle. M. V.I V. W.
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inent physicians throughout the country who have
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wndant are Included. Alio Pareate dependent
tn-dar, wboae aorta died from eBarte of Army ser
vice, if yen wl.b your claim speedily and suoceae
tuliy settlisd, edd.eaa
Late CommlMloncr of Pension. .
Waahiaaiea. 1. C.
FOR FREE CACUE
SU New York. Pitco 80 cts.1
use SAPQ LI -fi
Cosies Evtry JTeti Fintly XUuttrattd Head in 460,000 FawUltit,
. Five Donble Holiday Ntunbers. .
Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's, Easter, Fourth-oMuly.
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To aar New Saheerlber who WILL CUT OUT aae tend as tals aaVer '
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The Yeath'e Cempanlea FREE to Jaaeary 1, 101, aad for a fall year
fram rSat elate. Thle offer laeladee the FIVE DOUBLE HOLIDAY
MUafkCKB, and all the ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY SUPPLEMENTS.
ay j-, the Youth's Companion, Boston, Mast.':
is the spot that's washed put
'viUut Pearline.i. It costs in
clothes, in the rubbing and
scrubbing that wears .them' out
quicklv: it takes twice the time.
cleans everything. It,costs ho
FEARL1NS wbith are being peddled from doo
JAMES FY LB, New Yerh.
TTrooj X'aaa qt Moral Tralafx.
i ii . . .
IJoraltralolngbaa vet to be organized
and sjstematlsed before It can be cr- '
rled on with eCicieocv on a large acalj, .
and this will not be uoue until its is
portsnce is more fully-felt than at
firssent It Is taken for gran tod, la a
ooae kind of way. tbat a fond char
acter will come of itself to most people.
No one supposes that knowledge comas '
of itself, that mental power ean be .
(rained without trouble, that a trade or
profession ean be successfully pursued '
without previous systematic prepare-1
Uon. Tet all or any of these are more
possible than that a character worthy
of respect and admiration should spring . .
tip without being built, .or without -either
care or knowledge, on the. part ,
of the builder of tbe materials he uses,
or the way in which to' combine them. '
N. Y.Lt>t. '': ,y,:-V,
Faw men sow their wild oats without et
ttnc mora or less rye mixed In with Uieni.
OarBeld Tea note oa blood, rano.atlnf the
entire araumi brlnf the hue of health bach to -
,. ( r
The Kreateet happiness comes from the
freatest activity, . '
At Athens, GaW a man on1 his way
home saw a dog running toward him
irtvAiiivk thai A arlrriM. f f nil mnmmA.-
SurmUing that the dog was vani the
man climbed up a tree ana romainea
there tbe rest of the night, with the
dog standing guard below. ; When
daylight came the man discovered that
the dog was bis own. , Slowly and
softly- be began to descend, and the
truth was rapidly dawning in his mind.
Motion roM. . : ; , . ;
; i "
' Consider tbe man who Is alwavi punctual
bow much time ha wastes waiting for oth
er people- ; . , ,; r ,
W ft VI Tt a as mtaB Ii aaal aa.
t SWSli, illnii aad Vtaa. ! aae
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.v, in Park Kow, W. V. ;
ITO.NK as WtlTL
MEN TO TRAVF.C W. pay
ail n linn a month anrl imnH.
ITLlNtiTON. Madlsoo, Wis.
ON 30 DAYS' TRIAL.
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1 Jlii 4k .h.n. wlUi Bait.
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certain eur (or tba dablll
1 tatlna waakneaa Daoulla
THtEvtSiCMtl'H'". I" reeomajeaalog It W
a. . p l urCTi, puhu.-.
BtWIOl bt uri(in
-n.ri rwi oi.w.
SEAL SKINS III FiifeFURS
We are the oldeat ..tahllnbed Fur hon In the .
want and carry a treiuandoua aliick of all kind of
Kara Call onuawhvnln tl clt y or write u for cata
logue. We make a apuclnlty of boal Qarmanla,
(lentlamen's Fur OrercoaU, Koli... 1'apa. Glovaa, .
rape.. Kto. We alao buy all klndi of raw fura.
Write for price I lt Mention thta paper. THIS
WI-'I.V I'KKIOLAT KUH CO., leading laaU
tunable Furriers, SI Waablngtoo at., Chlcaso. ,,
Slflflfl l,w,,B far any caw of Opium or Morphine
FSuoooesfully Prosecutes Clalma. ,
LataPrloolpa4IlxamlaarU.e Paoaloa Bur.aa.
lynialaatwar,lfta4iudicatuisslauBa,atty staea -
PARCH I, E S I
THE BEST HOME GAME.
For 9S Mr. on th. market, and exo.lt all others
'rice f I no each, mailed mral-oald.
saiitaow: a aiumta. It miis stbut, lie soas.
Hnlucail 15 to IS noiSid. aa
maiih liy lannll)ihai i
rlneillta. Ha Martina, ma '.
larvMiwilmoa. 1 ya nTlnt. .
au, aarra w iw eirruiara ana iMaimutiMUJi. n n.i urn.
Pa. o. w. . amura, tt w.i. ., nmjm.
NP Cxx, OtnoAoo Vol. V No. 48
C9ri Pfl TO soo.ee
Interaat, will bay a farm la Ns
i.OO Caeb. balaaue 10
t S per cent, annaaj
Interaat, will bay a farm la Nebraaka or Kaaaae
lartlal peymenta permitted to artt ourcnater, ,
ror targe ne or vnuinx k
liilO Karnam Street, (aiaba,
TBI imfirHOsusa-, rMn-ui.f rmiwinii inwy, -s
tvmiiijr Iopi NsvtixsiMi, rr., nvinir erwu in
ve m mbwi a aai smj a
ferarliaM,anitaeat-PaM, with tuU iH-lrnrltaaa. CIm
lar.. 'r.tlxindlxl. t'W.IMUi-a. A.Mr . ,
.OB.SilVOKR.LMh Daa f. thiaacev IXL
1bn CoasET Co., '.I Clinton 1'lace. N. T.
Tax tlog family is not Americao, or
Is it by any means peculiar In . this
country. " The Lady MiiTouroeeo who
said with enthusiasm that; she could
travel without insult from the Atlantis ,
to the Paelflo, and that erery Anerv
can of the other, box seemed to r.:'J '
himself her protector, s dd enly w!
Is generally true of tbe American. 1' )
la naturally courteous and li
I. arculun five.
i o.u..l4 k U
, ,11 aw airman.