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l,.„ with a Sep. f/rrt«/« ,(, is an nnocilote, writes a corre ct of the AUa 0,m on board Admiral Porter's [ji,l steam-yacht Falcon. Nearinp Washington, some fifteen miles Secretary Ramsey expressed a to inspect the once-famous fort, ,1S iunv, in dismantlement, and „o,l only by on ordnance sergeant. |r !,.l,t made a landing at the pier, ti,(. United States army, in till of the grizzled old ordnance ,.nt, hurried down and forbade the ini ilisciiibarking in terms more ,1, than polite, flavored with an linkable Milesian accent v. tiirv Ramsey, who is fond of a vainly expostulated ngainstclosing fo American citizens, but the •i. States army" was obdurate and l!0 vn« acting under orders of the naw ci' ar- Aftcr t!1tii. I tetion."been XeTer mind the magazine," ex-, med the Secretary. "You are en Iv torrent, Sergeant." Turning to friends, the Secretary added very jliatieally: "Hang me, if the maga is not just the place where I don't ht to go, and prefer to give a mighty Je berth. •Sure, there's no powder in it, Mr, Iretary, but von can't inspect it, just |same," was the parting shot the geant fired at the Secretary as the fty withdrew. |.l THEY 1,1 niy 'j%"rk -\4r SAV Of SKNAlOlt 1'A hick. )min Tone of Senator Van Wyck's vnsses in New York State for Con ns, long before he ever thought of "!,' a Senator from Nebraska, and en he was not so handsome as he is 'le ,vas walking along a country 'I to a farm-house when he meta ill man and a big woman, evidently taind and wife, or wife and husband, foil please. Good morning," he said, with cwidi cordiality. Good morning," responded the wo crowding her husband to the rear. Seen any candidatesaraund lately?" tinned Van Wvck, jokingly. Moren the dogs kin bark at," re- n'led the woman. wn vou seen one they call Vim ok' out I hearn tell on him, an' my "•"i, here, kinder wants ter vote I "im," she said, jerking her thumb |r her shoulder. -^li! and the candidate smiled, ies but I don't tliink he w-ilL I've mind on the other man." J^'it, uiadain," remonstrated thecan- a e. "why don't j'ou want him to or tlie man wanta tQ aH l-': v'": Californian. 'recalls an episode occurring to S, retary Emlicott's predecessors portfolio. Secretary Ramsey, n„, sola. During the incumbency, latter gentleman, he indulged in ,[(lWn the Potomac Eiver one badgering him |0 the intense amusement of the ,anv. S.'ei'etary Ramsey said: ts eli, Serjeant, I see you obey strictly, and as you are acting rity' of the Secretary of f.niJv the Soci-etary can revoke oi lfv tl:o ('l'dcr." Ixa. tlv, g. ntlomen," sternly replied (,U martinet. "So you might as he oil" ai.il not be pestering me any I i. ntlemen," said Secretary Ramsey, i!1L tn his friemlx, "will you kindly nnt ir.e to the Sergeant?" nit," said Admiral Porter, ^•init me to present the Secretary ol ,imr superior officer." lol Moses!" ejaculated the veteran, 1isl.vi.tightbefore his hand to salute. "And the Secretary, and why didn't ye no know" yo was coming? 1 il have realty to receive ye for pink of military propriety was in I distress. He had not been entirely |te, and felt himself derelict He however, put nt his ease by the kvtarv, and the party ascended the into tho fort, and were shown lind the,rapidly decaying quarters other objects of interest and lositv. The Sergeant, however, got revenge upon tho Secretary. When approached the magazine the Ser- It halted the party and triumphantly llr. Secretary, there is tho magazine, Jvith due respect, sir, I say you It. »o into the magazine that is Inst orders and regulations. Thert nist one place here over which yon |e no authority, sir, and I can't show the magazine." TOte ^0k for?" ''U. I ain't never saw Van Wyck, saw tho other man, an' he suits •in ealkilate ez I don't think my hand here will vote for Van Wyck." "ii say, madam, vou never saw 'Wyck?" ez I remember." J1'11' J»adam, I'm Van Wyck,"and -I'taker straightened himself up as "i uatural i'n circumstances "'d permit. Land wikes!" she exclaimed, so you an Wyck?" and she looked him 10lu head to foot very carefully. '110w I know he'll vote for the man." f^11.(^i^ate tri®d 11 ton to argue, but she and hurried away, tak- ^'er husband along.—Washington is a notioeable fact, and one having a mit for men that the smallest torn have the thickest shucks. Important. when yon visit or leave New York City Mve baggage, ospreasngo, and «3 carriage hire, and •topatthe Grand Union Hotel, opposite Grand Central Depot #t» cost»' THB FATdZ, SVItitABIXB BOAT. The Confederates possessed in Charles ton Harbor, the only submarine boat which is known to have produced any effective re sults. It waR constructed of boilcr-iron, cigar-shaped, 35 feet in length, 3 feet beam, and 5 feet depth. Nine men constituted its erew, eight working the propeller and one steering.. It could remain submerged thirty minutes. It was intended to drag a floating torpedo ngainst an enemy's vessel and explode it. As it lay awash, with hatohes open, the swell of a passing steamer sunk it, with eight of the crew, the' com mander, Lient. Paine, escaping being raised, ii T7as cr.psized again with hatches open, and sank with six of its crew, the commander once more escaping with two others. Again the boat was raised, and an experimental trip was made to the bottom, where for some unknown reason it re mained, with the crew of nine dead men. Recovered once more, a crew of volunteers (commanded by Lieut. Dixon) was found ready to make another trip. This time it was armed with a spar torpado, with which it attacked and sunk the Ilousatonic, dis appearing itself with the entire crew. It is supposed it made the attack while on tlio snrface and was swamped by the wsfre caused by the explosion. It is seen that not withstanding preceding disasters, there ap peared to be no difficulty in obtaining vol unteers to operate this boat. Of the thirty six who formed the four crews thirty-two were drowned. The Confederacy certainly was not poking in brave and devoted men. —The Forum. How Pnie You Are Is frequently tho exclamation of one lady to anoUier. Tho fact is not a pleasant one to havo mention, but still the act may bo a kind ly one, for it sets the one addressed to tliiiiK- lllK, apprises her of tho fact that she is not in good health, and leads her to took a reason therefor. 1'allor is almost always attendant upon tlin first stages of consumption. 'Llio system is enfooblad aud the blood is im poverished. Dr.. Pierce's "GoJdeu Medical Discovery" will aefc as a tonic upon the sys tem, will enrich iho impoverished blood, and restore roses to tho cheek. XOT TO BE JtEI'ESDEU UPOX. "I just dropped in," sh said, as she en tered the brok r's office, ".o see 1 ow my little speculation in oil was coming on." "Bad new?," was the curt reply. "Hut the Lord will takj carj of the widow and the fatherless." "Perhaps He m'glit in wlient, ma'am, but oil has dropped from 80 lo 02, and you must put up morn margin or bo close out." Wall Street News. Mrs. de Hobson oinphiceuty)- "Yes, Mr. Fentheily, that is a ortrait of myself when I was a little rl. It was painted by a celebrated artist." Mr. Featherly (anx ious to sny the right thing)—"Er-one of the old masters?"—Neic Yark Sun. I Love Her Better than Life." Well, then, why don't you do something to bring back the roses to her cheek aud tho light to her eyes!" Don't you see she is suffer ing from nervous debility, the result of female weakness? A bottle of Dr. l'ierce's "Favorite Proscription" will brighten thoso pale cheeks and send new life through that wasting form. If you love her, take heed. THE IS XAMEBT "I wish this was a chestnut bell," he said as he took her hand in his. Why so?" she blushingly asked. "Because I would ring it," he anewered. "You niny cossider it so," she said, and the is named.—Boston Courier. Some one wants to know why spikes were placed on the Goddess of Liberty's head. To keep her hair np, of course. Dr. Gross, physician at St. Vincent's Hos pital, Baltimore, Md., considers Red Star Cough Cure perfectly harmless,being purely vegetable and entirely free from opiates, poisons,and other narcotics. Other profes sionals also encturse it as prompt, safe and Hiira PrinA. tweiitv-five Rents a kolilo. If there is anything that a young lady dreads more than to have her ears frost bitten it is that anybody should have missed the chance of seeing her new dia mond earrings. St. Jacobs Oil deadens pain and makes the lame walk. Major Arnold, of the Occi dental Hotel, San Francisco. Cab, was Com pletely cured of rheumatism by it use. "I never change my mind," said Mrs. Brown, with a snap of the jaw heard all over the room. "I wish you would, my dear," saidBiown, mildly. "It must be on improvement." For sudden eolds, hoarseness, or irritation of the throat, take Ajer'a Cherry Pectoral. "Two heads are better than one." This was written before three-story bonuets came in fashion. Dry and gray hair will become moist and dark by the use of Hall's Hair ltenewer. Theke is one branch of labor which must always be done by hand—picking pockets. Bust, easiest to use, and cheapest. Piso'a Bemedy for Catarrh. By drugffists. 50c. The rooster arranges his notes in order of the crow-inatic scale. "UUCHU-I'AIDA." Quick, eomplete euro, all annoying kidney, bladdtr, and uriuary diseases. SI. At drnggislg. •'KOUU1I ON lill.li" 1'ILI.S. Email granules, small dose, big results, pleas ant in operation, don't disturo the atomooh. U5c. ••UOUGU ON DIKT." Ask for "Hough on Dirt." A perfect washing rowder found at last 1 A harmless, .extra Hue, A 1 article pure aud clean sweetens, freshens, bleachi and wLitens without tho slightest in iurv to finest fabrics. Unequaled for tine linena and laces, general household, kitchuu, and laun dry use. Holtc-I.s water saves labor and soap. Sc. luc, l5c. At druig:sU or grooera. 1 iTCUT FOIt 8AI-K. THK ADAMSON CO.. rATCnl patent Solicitors. Muocia. Indiana. A 9^ a B9 Morphtno habit easily ciirad. III Iwi Anew mi'tllixl. Dl«.J.C.Hp*r IV Ivl jllak. Jvffenon. WUoonsla 1 11 x*\ ''^h"'* V' V4 one million road to all depoU.' Families llve'bXr'Vor leas money at the Grand Union Hotel ttin at any othor first-cH»s hotel in the dty HI ,•' ,* ,r» T' r: N- /"."• \#,' *X"i- "%"||f War Aliead. There is great danger of war with Moxieo in the near future, but at present wo can pursue the aits of hapiness, prosperity, aud wealth. Wherever you live, yon should write to Hal lett 4 Co., Portland, Maine, and receive, free, full information about work that you can do, and livo at home, earning thereby from $5 to and upwards daily. Sonio have earned over $50 in a day. Capital not required you are started free. All is new both sexes. All ages. Pay, as above guaranteed, from first start FABXER TIM'S YOUNG MAX. Borrowing money is a very favorite practice with the Irish farmer, and until a recent period the banks made the gratifica tion of this taste very easy. A Cork car driver lately said to his fare: "Why, sir, awhile ago a farmer need only put on a 'clane' shirt and go to the bank and he'd get what he wanted." The expectations, however, of some of the borrowers were too Rreat, as the following incident, which really occurred, very amusingly shows A certain small farmer, whom we shall call "Tim" for convenience, some years ago called upon the manager of the Na tional Bank in a town in the northeast of the County Cork. The following dialogue ensued: "Good morning, your honor I called about a little business,. and though there are other banks in the town I thought I'd give yer honor the compliment." "Well, Tim, nnd what is the business?" "Well, yer honor, the interest in Kitty Kseffo's farm is selling off, and I want to raise £800 to buy it." "Nouseuse, Tim, the interest in her farm isu't worth anything like that but suppose I was fool enough to lend yon this monov, how would you ever pay it back?" "Is it pay it agin yer honor? Notliiu' aisier in life. Shure the young fellow would get it in a fortune when he marries." "And may I ask, Tim, what age is the voting fellow?" "He's 3 year ould, yer honor." It need hardly be said that the manager did not see it, and Tim, in spite of his wish to "give liim the compliment," was refused the loan of the .CS00. Perhaps Tim's shirt was not "clane" enough on the occasion.—London Spectator. The Rapidity of Progress Toward Health, Even whon a gooil remedy for disease is se lected. depends in some inoasure upon t': man lier in which it ia taken. Irregular, inter rupted tose« can afford no fair tast of the effi cacy of any medicine, however salutary. Taken in proper doses at preaeribod intervals, a reliable curative will efleet tho object of its use. Among remedies wliich, systematically and persistently used, accomplish thorough and lasting cures, and prevent the recurrence of periodic disease, Houtctter's Stomach Bitters ranks specially high. In cases of dyspepsia, debility, rheumatism, fever and ague, liver complaint, inactivity of tho kidneys and blad dor, constipation and other organic maladies, it is a tried remedy, to which the medical brotherhood havo lent tli'iir professional a unc tion, nnd whicli, as a tonic, alterative and household specific for disorders of tho stomach, liver and bowels, has an unbounded popularity. HE UX DEBS TOO I) AT LAST. "But, father," she protested as ths old gentleman ceased speaking, "you do not seem to understand the case." "Oh, but I do. You shall never marry William, even if ho is my confidential clerk. "Father, you—" "That is all, Helen—say no-more." Four days later she wrote him from To ronto, saying: "Will aud I arrived here safely and were married at once, We have $60,000 of your money. Is all forgiven, or shall we Bettle down here?" He telegraphed his forgiveness.—Wait Street Aeirs. If you have catarrh, use the surest remedy —Dr. Sage's. "Jones, is Snooper much of a conversa tionalist?" "Much of a conversationalist, Smith! I should say he is. Why, he is a life insurance agent." Begin the new year by buying a new um brella and a diary then just make a note of the one you keep the longest. A Lady's Unfortunate Experience, Was that of one of our acquaintances who Buf fered from scrofula, a yellow complexion, and distress of the stomach, for years before UBing Dr. Hartor's lion Tonic, which linally curou her. "You are picturing rather a gloomy fu ture for me, madame," he said to the for tune-teller. "Yes, sir," she replied "but it's the best I can do for half a dollar." Brown's llroiicliinl Trochcw will relieve Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, Consump tive and Throat Diseases. They are -uneil alwayt ith good meeeiet. Yoitno artist—Well, Charley, what do you think I ought to get for this painting? Charley—Six months. "The Travels of the Gorman and Bon tramont Families" is the title of a most in teresting and finely illustrated book, giving a description of the Mammoth Cave and afi the winter cities and resorts in the summer lands of the Souih. It is a romance of the rail, with valuable tourist information. It originated from the passenger department of the Monon Route (L., N. A. & C. By.), and will be sent to any one free on receipt of four cents in postage stamps. Address £. O. McCormick, General Passenger Agent, Monon Iioute, 183 Dearborn street, Chicago. A ladies' luncheon party—its dialog: "Tea!" "He!!" "Te-he!!!" "Rough on Kilts" clear* ont rats, mice. 15c. *ltough on Corns"—hard or soft corns. 15c. "tough on Toothache." Instant relief. lie. "Uough on Dentist" Tooth Powder, 10c. Wide awake 3 or 4 hours every night, cough ing.—Got immediate reiitt and sound rest by Using "Kougli on Coughs" Troches, 10 cents. The mother's favorite cough medicine for the children and adults is "ICougU on Coughs" '.Troches, luc. Liquid, Ul'IS I'KKSisltVliU. If yon are losing your grip on life, tjpy "Wells' Health Kenewer." Uoeg direct to weak spots. "Johnnv," said the Sunday-school teacher, "what does your lesson say? Re peat it again." "All fl_sh is grass," quoted Johnny. "Now, Johnny what is meant by all flesh?" "Folks," responded Johnny. "That's right, Johnny. And what is meant by the statement comparing them to grass?" "Green, I guess."—Pittsburg Dispatch. Smith (with elfusion)—Heilo, Brown, is that you? I heard you were drowned. Brown (with sadness)—Xo, it was my brother. Smith (thoughtlessly)—what a pity.—Washington Critic. mmmm vB'-: jit--*:. %?v. t- 5 "r t-% _.f$ This wonderful success of "Warner's Boston, 1,149,122 CAIT£ W. I). ROBINSON (U. a Marine Insp., in 1S85 was suffering with a »kin humor tike leprosy. Could not sleep was in great agony. For two years tried everything, without benefit Was pronounccd iuciirabtv. "Twenty bottles of Warner's "Safe 'Cure completely nireil tnr, and to-day 1 am strong and woli." (Feb. 5, 1885.) Providence, 179,929 EX-GOV. T. G. ALYOllD (Syracuse, N. Y.), in 1*S4 began running down with Gent-rat De bility, accompanied with a sense of weight in the lower part of the body, with a fever ish sonsation and a general giving out of tho whole organism. V/aa in srrioux con dition, confined to liis bed much of the time. After a thorough treatment with Warner's Safe Cure, ho says: "I am completely re stored lo health by itBmeanB." Portland, Me., 441,105 MAJOR S. B. ABBOTT (Springfield, Mo ), in 1S71 was afflicted with lame back, Itheuma tism, and Kidney trouble. Consulted tho very best physicians in San Francisco, and visited all the mineral springs there Took a health trip to the New England States, but for seven years suffered constantly from his malady, which had resulted in lirighVs dis ease. After using a couple dozen bottles of New York State 3,870,773 Bal. Ohio (State), 633,158 ftil tOTTJUEl Warner's SAFE Cure Sold, to Dec. 27,1886. No Other Remedy in the World Can Produce Sueh a Record* Safe Bemedy. For a longtime it has been REGARDED IIY Till? IIHillKNT ItlEltl V«!' rl48 Warner's Safe Cure and two of Safe Pills, he wrote: "My back and Kidneys are with out pain, and, thank God, I owe it all to Warner'.s Safe Remedies." Bal. of New Eng., 441,753 MRS. J. T. RITCHEY (5(W4th Ave., Louisville, Ky.) was a confirmed invalid for eleven yearn, just living, and hourly expecting death. Was confined to bed ten months each year. Was attended by the best physicians. Her loft side was paralysed. Could neither car, sleep, nor enjoy life. The doctors said she was troubled with female complaints but she was satisfied her kidueys were af fected. Under the operation of Warner's Safe Cure she passed a targe stone or calcu lus, and in November, 1885, reported: "Am to-day as well as when a girl." COL. JOSEPH H. THORNTON (Cincinnati, O.) in 1885 reported that his daughter was very much prostrated had palpitation of the heart, intense pain in the head, nervous disorder a At catarrh of the bladder. She lost fifty-five pounds. Other remedies fail ing, they began the use of Warner's Safe 'Cure, Safe Pills, and Safe A'ervine, and within three months she had gained fifty pounds in weight and was restored to good health. That was three years ago, and she is still in as good health as ever in her life. Col. Thornton, himself, was cured of Chronic Diarrhea of eighteen years' stand ing, in 1881, by Warner's PATENTS me." ASK YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS ABOUT WARNER'S SAFE CURE. THE MOST POPULAR REMEDY EVER DISCOVERED. Cleveland, 682,632 St. Louis, EX-GOV. Ii T. JACOB (Westport, Kv.) was prostrated with severe Kidney trouble aud lost 40 pounds of flesh. After a thorough treatment with Waraer's Safe Curo ho re ports, "I have never enjoyed better health." Cincinnati, 873,667 GEN. H. D. WALLEN (144 Madison Avj., New York), scarcely able to walk two bl uks lh out exhaustioni, and, having lo.it tl heav ily, began tho use of Warner's AFECure, and says: "I was much benefited by it." Safe Cure. Southern States, 3,534,017 L&-H. ALLEN (Leavenworth, Kan.), son Ed win, two years of age, afflicted with extreme case of UrighCs disease,and the doctors gave him up. By the advice of the doctor's wife, began the uso of Warner's Safe OPIUMS5: Cure, and after taking seven bottles he is perfectly veil and has had no relapse. Canada, 1,4:7,824 of this country use over *jmw.rCTlOf»l I II'I in— Cnre" is duo wholly to tho real merit of tha THE ONI.* KPEI'IFIC FOB li IDXKY, L1VKU A®?' WtWAB* MMEA8E8, ASH FEUIALB VO«PUl\'lS. duce ALS^'o'1that'effect"^Var,nor* Cute," and wo can pro. Bead the following and note the large number of bottles distributed. We guarantee thoso figures to be correct, as our sales-books will prove. 0 $ 11 I 1 8 2 1 2 1 8 F. MAYER (10:20 N~ 12th St., St. Louis, Ma), afflicted with tired feelings, dizziness, and pain across the back, and lost appetite. Was sallow and care-worn all tho time. Tho doc tors failing, he gan tlio uso of Warner's Safe Cure, and reports: feel tike a fight ing cock." Chicago, 2,808,693 MR. It. BROWN (2321 Woodward Ava, De troit, Mich.) injured his back from a fall. Was confined to his lied six week ). Tho fall injured his producing intense suffer ing. Warner's SafeCure restored hit kid neys to tlioir natural condition, and he writes: "I am now eighty years of age, smart and active." Detroit, 846,946 MRS. THOS. SCHMIDT (Wifo of the Vioe Consul of Denmark, bj Wall St, New York) reported that her littlo son. after an attaok of JJipththeric.Sore Throat eight years ago, was nlHicted with Bright's Disease in ad vanced form by tlio advico of Goneral Christiansen, of Drexol, Morgan tc Co., Bankers, New York, she prescribed War ner's Saff. Cure, with the consent of the physicians, and reports, "the physicians say that he will be perfectly well." Milwaukee, 458,894 MISS ZTH BOA11DMAN (Quechee, Vt), in May, 1&&, began to bloat, thonco came stom ach trouble, terrible headaches, and finally the doctor's opinion that it was Jiright's dii casf', aud incurable. Eventually sho bo cime nearly blind, pronounced by tho doc tors to be the last stage of Bright's disease. After having lcen under treatment by War ner's Safe Cure for one. year, sho roported, uIam as well as any one." Minnesota, 648,017 HON. N. A. PLYMPTON (Worcester, Mas-.), in May, 1880, was prostrated by Gravel. Un der the operation of Warner's Safe Ton Ladies WE WV pro Curo cured Bel. N. W. States, 1,767,149 1,530,527 CAPT. GEO. B. WILTBANK (1119 Spruce 8t, l'liila., 1'a.), prostrated in Central America, with Malarial Fever, cau^d by congestion of Kidneys and Liver. Delirious part of the time. Liver enlarged ono-third. Stomach badly affected. Could hold no food: even water was ejected. Using less than a dozen bottles of Warner's Safe was completely cured." Curo lie writes, "I Kansas City, 717,860 MRS. (PR )F E. J. WO IF (Gettysburg, Pa., Vviteof ihn Ed. Of the -it( ii r.ui Quarterly), lo ai to .decline with t'ui'iiiiiiA 'y Coiittunip ti.i i. (Over 50 per cont. of all cases oi' I'oik fmmpiiou are i:iu-ej by disoised kidneys. Dtspaired of lining. Alt. thnruiigh course or lixa nmnt wu VVainxr's 1-akb Curo, she wr.tj!, *1 am perfectly well." Bal. S. W. States, 746,789 EX-SENATORB. K. lllilK:l. (SmulH'^ohiia), after doctor.ng for yo r-i lor what be sii| posed was Malaria, disc.iv. lio was ufilicted with Sugar /Hibctc*, aud having obtained no relief wha ever from lii phy sicians, he bagan thu of W iriter's ^ara Diabetes Cure, and he say "My fr eiuls mo astonished at my improvement.* San Francisco, 1,242,946 J. Q. ELKINS (Elkinsviilo, N. C.) suffered for ten years from Oravel, which attacked him every six months. He lost 45 pounds in three months, and his strength was nearly gout. After a thorough use of Warner's (^Erery Testimonial wo publish Is genuine. Write to tlie testators* inclosing stamp for reply* and learn lor yourself. Inventors' Ilud-tort free. lfi yMr*1 experience. KLENNER A C&, At tansy*, Waifeiogtou, D. C. $5 line Habit Currd In lO tiny*. \o pay (111 cored. biephens. uttiua, Ohio. BUY NORTHERN GROWN SEEDS TJu*!»e areffure to increase. Uuuuie jour yield*: WJieat, 46 ou.s uaim, ICO I'otutoeb, COO: Barley. 64 bu per acre. Choice new tested vegetables Save Dia betes Cure he reports, "I am as well at fever was, after using fourteen bottles." Bal. Pac. Coast, 732,316 to any. HwnplM worth $1.60. FBEr. XJnea not under the hone's feat. Aridraa* Brewster's Safety Kein Holiler, Holly. Mich. WORK FOR ALL. paid. Outfit worth 15 and particular* free. P. O. VlCKEilY, Augusta, Maine. 930 a week and expenses rtieu injc ill and clover eeedn in great quantities! with Prize Offer. JOHN Why did the Women Doirt buy till you isee catftlosrue A. 8ALZER, La Croeee, Wis. thirteen million Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1886? Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why. r--. calces of if* PIUM HABIT A*o/ fiparticle oate 'iraeli dfniil. i'sv cured. IJa.-wsame hook free. DR. C. J. WEATHERBY. Ku: C.tv. Mo. PATENTS! ISKnrevrtitcf iOfimMI Fr^ce.^c^.AKiitiflA* 'fi&rJoitowa R. 8. ft A. P. ItAOVY. AttortiAvs.Waabinuton, D.O. ItitirucUous aud onimou* lo patentability FREE* W17 iMit'oxpedouce. 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