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Ttfe Rfeht Hon. W. H. (HaJstone. Count rcr!lnanJ da Lcso.is. Andrew Cat ;ici-- Cyrus W. Held.
The Marquis of Lornc. Justin McCarthy, M. P. Sir I yon Pl.-.yfrir. frank R. Stockton.
Henry Clews. Vaslll Vcrcstchagln. W. Clark Russell. The Carl of McaCi. Dr. Lyman Abbott.
Camilla L'rso. Mrs. Henry M. Stanley, and Ono Hundred Others.
The Volume for 1392 will Contain
Nine Illustrated Serial Stories. 100 Stories of Adventure. TIio Best Short Stories.
Articles of Practical Advice. Sketches of Travel. Hints on Self-Education.
Glimpses of Royalty. Popular Science Articles. Household Articles.
Riiilway Life and Adventure. Charmlnj Children's Paje Natural History Papers.
700 Lr;,e Pages. Five Double- Holiday Numbers. Illustrated Weekly Supplements. Nearly 1000 Illustrations.
FREE TO JAN. I, 1392.
Te New flubarrlbr who will eat oat and aend na itil. alia wlin name
and adJrraa and (1.71 w will arud The Compnnlun I'rre la Jan.,
and for rail Vfar fram that Dnlr. Thl nflVr lnrlnilr-a tha TtlANKH
i.'IVINO, (-liniNTHAH aad NKW YEAR'S Doable Holiday Number.
We will alM aead a tear of a braailfiil "nlnlln, rntltlrd "A VAIIUUK
KOMErt." lie arodacilna kaa co.t TWENTY TI101 HAM 1)01. 1, A US.
Stnd thtci, lt 0JU4 Onirr, or KegUUrrd UHtr ol imr riik, Mdrat,,
THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, Bo-ton, Mass.
1 . 'yc5E7!y..v
' Knnwt Ituroramr.
(triioii'g e-tJoluuibiaii discoverera of
uunca us c'nimsuf the Norsemen, or,
.JTiupeiiy t'lii,; in the l-i-lnii'l-r who,
joy their lowWaturB and features, are
somewhat diil-iitJcoin the character
istic Kwedes uiiitNoi'rv,'iuii8 and of
thy WiUhmen undvr Prinift Madiic aro
fairly well known, but those ip favor of
1 an Iribhinan, bit. Un-ndan, UiNhop of
C'lonfert, in Ki'rry, are not so familiar
to us, ullhoiik'h they are to the French.
According to eleven different L tin
manuscript in the National library,
'Piiria, one of which dates from tlio
KlOveuth century, St. Brendan lft Tnv
lee uuy alMiut A. D. 5.")0 on a misrfcm to
the undiscovered country which lie be-
LouiH, hIso tired of the unlucky lot of 1 lieved to exit h( yond the Atlantic. Tb3
the lone bachelor, becnil to cast llhout I vi.kshI lie vmlmrked in with his coinnun-
him for a helpmate, and must havedis- Jons and proviioiiH, including five pigs,
covered in bis brother's late wife the Wa caught in a current, and aftt-r a
sum of alibis future happiness, for the voyage of many weeks he landed inn
PntilH W Kliiommpi if
A HtrungH reliitjistiship exists In tl:
family of a couple of Englishm'-!! in IV
Stale. Soiti,; ten years a;:1) two hro!',"
named IJeers came to this country f ,
En;.'land and setllt-d on a small fal'i
Jletielee county. Things prospered,
tliein, and soon one of thi bri;
Philip, becoiniiiL' tired of loip'ly lii. '
tlie farm, wox:d and won LV I
Johnsou, a young rural beat.ty. '1 i
were married and lived happily toge;i ir
nearly eight years. Something, hy.'
ever, distnrlwd the harmony of tlXir
married lifo, for last summer Philip ajy
plied for and obtained a divorce. Lifo
seemed to have lost all charms for him.
In the mean time the other brother,
j, ' no C
It.". ,M1'. ,. i
He;jr( C'ui-e li."
one ol 1 In on ;
tiuind for it
rl incase in tnj .'
iu-, piling , ;.
weak atu; ' . ,
ami hcari ' .
in lleiii' ' ' ,
free. Tl; -Cure
is h. . .
iot lias'- -
HZ OLD RELIADLH.
Shingles, Lath, Basb,
Can supply f verw demand of the city.
C!l nl K:t tcrir.. Fourth street
in rear of optrs house.
Csnstantly keep on hand evtrythln
you need to furnish jour home.
OORltKa SUTU ASB MAIN STREET
plittsmout - Neb
Yp r i
For AtrlittMoti, St. Joeb, Leaven
worth, IC.iii-m City, SI. Louis,
and nil lioinl norlli.cast
aouili or wesl. Tick
ets Hold mid b:ig
fcii j;o flici'ked
to n 11 y
V lli led
INFOIv'MATluX AS TO KATKS
CiiH'nt Depot or uddress
If, C. T(nv.N!:i),
G. I. A. St. Louis, Mo.
fC. I'ii;:.i.. pit,
I a. a. p. a.
I 'c,.k. Al., IM.il
a. 1 ...i
F. II. I-LLKMIAL'M, Prop.
llie belt of fresh men! always found
' 1 A 1
in thin market. Also
Egg uud llutler,
THE . WEEKLY . INTER .
Tliii Most Popular Family Newspaper ia the West
IT 13 THE BEST NEWSPAPER FOB
THE. HOME .-. .'.
THE WORKSHOP, or
THE BUSINESS OFFICE.
roa THE PROFESSIONAL MAN,
Wild frame of all kinds kept In their
IT Tfl A prpOTUJOAN KEWilPAPPR. anl nd uch I ablr conduoUd,
It p ib t thv I
It. lir. HARY I'iHTJio;.-) r1
n-m to tno- nr tr.o "n mijinn,
Afir. r-.-. 1' .fin'rlhlltl-irflltrd W . D 11J V. .11.1 lAt.HK 3 I Utft lrt, ).
rKAt.oiu n.r.j ..ion nu-.Ni.rr. i.akk twain, hki t haht mau-
I(MK THOMSON, A W.T-jUIMKE l-LI 1 HI I-U7B Bri'V fN.-;M ,rU
VAKD lUl'MMO.HHini..r Wilt, MAltV IIAKI W. Ll.'-ATll llWoul),
JU1 Ij CHAIJIjIjI.H HAHIItrt, unit ninny otr.l ol b OND UltUAUI
l AMC. ItwllltnuiiboBntaatlUi: lWitk OCt-AN pub.i.ijoa
THE BEST STORIES AND SKETCHES IN THE LANGUAGE.
IU FOREIGN and DOMr.OT JO CO !' n niPOITDEMCE I Tory rUDla
a;;d ttiM but.
The Youth's D'p.irtmnt, Cariosity Siip, Woman's Kliieduin & The llnme
Ara Do'.tor taan a Mmalni lor tbo Fumlly.
Onotto Mot ImpjrUnt rn'.-iin la W DoDart'"1
FARM AND FARMERS,
rdKalbrrTlOT W. T. ItOAPD o( Wla-o-iili. Klt'or aid Pr-Irlitnr el
II .iri' Daurmaa." Tul I anew l-.aiu. ii.ao iu-totuiat biUAgn-
AN ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT
I!aa!Mbvinor.ndl-irtna p;IaI purpon ol ducuailnq tlio QaotUon now
ajlltiUi.g la. utur. ol tr.i country.
THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN
Is Ono Dollar per Year, poslago paid.
THE . . SEMI-WEEKLY .-. INTER .-. OCEAN
la p-jb:iahalTory Monday oal Tlmrrlay at t J.03 p jr yar, poo'.pnld
The DAILY IInTER OCEAN 13 $6.00 rgf&ZZVkm
ThO SUNDAY INTER OCEAN xa 2. 00 pC-i ala&xd
Uboral Ttrm to AcUt Ajanl. Bjni lor Bo-npla Copy.
Address THE INTER OCEAN, Chicago
ANK OF CASS COUNTY
Cor Mala sad Filth atreet.
fald up capital
0. fl. ParnHa Pr1di-nt
Krl (ioMT vica rrfnMi,i
I. M. I'allenna Cwlieli
t. M. I'atleraoa, A"t CaUler
0. II. Pr,i.le, J. M. rtternn, Pred Oordrr.
1, B. Smith, It. II. WludUaia, b. B.ium.ey ana
K OEjEKAL BAKS1KC BUS!!? EES
Awount. ollPitArt. Intenwt allnwfd on Hie
lrpnit'. mid pr'fii!t aifiiHomlvnu to all lm
Ub eutruilnd to Its care.
'17. 2.11 and 2 J. Msin St.,
H. 11 ZQZ, r.'a?r:.il
Chamborlaln'a Eye and SMa
A certain euro for Chronic Son Eyr,
Totter, Salt Iihoam, Scald Iltiad, Old
Cbroalo Sores, Fever Sores, Ecaema,
Itch, Piairia Scratchea, 6oro EIpplcs
sad riles. It Is coollnff ml sootbliig.
Oundredsof oases havs boon eared by
it after all other treatmeut had failed,
it Is pat up ia 23 and CO cunt boioa.
Jt bs I Hi t lantil.lt Ts)-nUr lr t)
U I I1L
ttt ilri4Tt A ltr.
Mnt M bfk ol pt.
.A . i,'
'! KAIR OALSAM
f.ni 4r t hi in, 'il f'.w'ri.
1 1. . i,t. .n, J'i
f i' Tf c i: f . f-.f r,
iow oni! of tho
1h in thu it'i'e
I! i ml mi will
f t.TjO nnd Up.
bo tskun by the wuck st
300D EAR C0IJ1TECTED
in-: rrnzKvs nwiv.
c u a n; r l -1' o m i-1 1 k r i x o
littla villago near which the brothers re
sided was ono day suddenly electrified to
hear that Lonis and the grass widow
had been made one. The news came U
Philip, who simply smiled and replied,
"Never mind; iny inning comes next.
Little attention was paid to the re
mark, and certainly no one thought of
tho strand" denouement that would fol
low. Tho ordinary routiue life of tho
mountain village went smoothly on nn
til, only a day or so a:,-o, tho villager
wero astonished to hear that Philip
Beers and Mrs. Johnscn, his ex-wife's
mother and his brother's mother-in-law,
hail been (juietly tuarri'-d. Then there
was consternation in tho family. Mrs.
Loins Beers. '
Tho neighbors and friends of the
several parties are now busily ensai'eil
tl yinj to figure out tlio n-latiouship of
the several parties to each other's rela
tives. Kentucky Cor. Philadelphia
A Croat Ilujr In China.
Within a short time the fjreHt day for
etat worship will S";ain come in ('lima.
At the comintf of the winter solstice the
whole nation is supposed o pray, at least
in the person of the emperor. This great
worship takes place at night. The em
peror squats on the bottom of a great
elephant car, and drawn by the white
elephant which the king of Siam sent
him, is escorted by 2,000 grandees, princes
and attendants, while bands of musio
play alontf the way to the great temple.
lie lirst goes into the palace of fasting.
There he meditates before a copper statue
representing a priest with his mouth cov
ered by his lingers, indicating silence.
Upon the altar of heaven he should
sacrifice burnt animals calves, hares.
sheep and pigs. How this wor.ihip will
take place, now that the altar of heaven
is burned down, I do not know; but the
occasion may call out some expressions
of opinion from different parts of the
empire which will lie more or less dan
gerous. Frank G. Carpenter in National
Curlou Itbalii fin a Ilunird Plnafurn
A bnnied pinafore has been the came
of a curious debate. A girl In-longing
to the Cuckoo Lane schools, at Han well,
belonging to the city of London and bt.
Savour's union, dropped the chalice at
communion service and stained the pina
fore. Thereupon the high chaplain or
dered the piuaforo not to be washed, but
to t destroyed. As it belonged to the
ratepayers the managers inquired hi
authority for destroying their property,
The chaplain pleaded the precedent
that old Bibles are destroyed in the sains
way, but offured to buy a new pinafore,
The managers however are determined
not to let the matter rest, and two coin
Uitee are to investigate the practices
i f P.itualistio chaplains in regard to
damned pinafores and Bibles. London
A Ca-oprati Hoot Factory,
A striking proof of tho steady progress
of tho principle of co-operative produc
tion was given Friday at Leicester",
where over 5'K) delegates from all parts
of the kingdom assembled to assist at
the formal opening of the largest co-operative
Wit and shoe factory in the
world. Tlio factory stands on six acres
of ground. The buildings cost $130,000,
and when fitted with machinery tho to-
tal outlay will Irive lieen f.V.O.OOO. The
working capital will be $l,0W,000. and
the factory will bo able to turn out 50,.
Oil) pairs of Ins its every week. This huge
ei.t. rj.ri-o h.iri Wn and will confinua to
b- managed by workiiigmeii, and the
iiv-Ti who tuaku the bsits will share in
the profits earned by their labor. Lon
don Cor. Now iors Times.
strange country, where he taught thu
natives the truths of Christianity.
After seven years lie returned to Ire
land, and subsequently tried a second
voyage to the same country, as he had
promised to revisit it, but was baffled by
the wind and tide. He died in the odor
of sanctity in 57S, aged ninety-four years.
The curious thing is that when Cortez
invaded Mexico he found the natives in
possession of some of the doctrines of
Christianity, which they said had been
taught them by a stranger clad in a long
robe, who came to them from the Holy
island beyond the sea in a "boat with
wings" many centuries before and prom
ised to return to them. The advent of
Cortez was in fact hailed as a fulfill
ment of this tradition. Lippincott's.
Wealtliy Muu and Dlrrctora' Fee.
The money making icople of Wall
street were startled a few days ago bv
report that Russell Sago had gone away
from a directors meeting without col
lecting hie fee of live dollars. In - estiga
tion proved the rumor to be nnfou. dud.
"Lnclo Russell is a director, in al.out
twenty corporations, and ho never misses
a directors' meeting if he can help it
The usual custom iH to pay each di?'tor
that attends it meeting live dollars. Vre
quently the money is handed to the di-
ctors in the form of a gold piece as they
enter the meeting room. At other times
tho directors get their money just before
lesving the room. Some days one man
is summoned to three or four directors'
meetings. If he happens to be J. Pier
pout Morgan he will attend the meeting
of the greatest importance. If ho hap
pens to be Russell Sage ho will attend
Mr. Sage does not believe in neglecting
any of his official duties, and he considers
the collection of his live dollar fee as part
of his oflicial duty. Mr. Morgan occa
sionally accepts the fee when it is handed
to him and passes it over to a clerk or to
tlio porter of the building if he chances
to be near. Mr. Jay Gould pays no at
tention whatever to the customary di
rector's fee. The modest cashier who
tenders him a paltry live dollars does not
even receive the courtesy of a glance.
New York 'Kines.
a prou .
horsMH ba , "
lariat, I'll' ' ; ' ' -
The liorsc ' . .
nowwitliKlaiiu ; .'- ; ' .
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friend banded ' . )
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In al fticli wounds). He ; I
only three times find the -
completed healed. Klial. .
fur nil Horn, cut, brunch,.',';
wounds. Forfnlc by nil dru,, ,
For latnc back tlu-re is nothing
betlcr than to mturate a flannel
ciotli with Chamberlain's Pain
J 1 , 1 1 in mid bind it on the afTccied
parts. Try it nnd you will be Htir
jnisedat tliepnmipl relief itaffnnls.
I he same treatment will cure rlisiu
rialisin. For Hale ly l G. Fricke
The volumes of the Maira.ine be-
trin with the Numbers for June and
Deri'inber of each venr. When no
time iri specified, Kiibscriptious will
ticcin with the .MimtxT current at
the time of receipt of order. Hound
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three years back, in neat cloth bind
ing will be sent by mail, post-paid,
on receipt ot J.I.(K) per volume.
Cloth cases for binding-, 50 cents
each by mail poet paid.
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An Untaught Diplomat.
"You know, Nick," said his mother,
"a gentleman nev.T asks for things, no
matter how badly he wants them."
"Why doesn't bef said Nick, opening
very wide his ronnd four-year-old eyes,
"Because it is impolite and greedy.
That is why it annoys me so to have yon
ask your Uncle John, whenever ha
comes, if he has brought yon candy.
Remember, now, yon must never do it
"But it's my candy ho says so and
he wants me to have it."
"Then he will certainly give it to yon,
and you must wait his time for it. If I
ever again here yon ask him 1 will not
let you have iu So promise me that yon
will not. I know my little boy wants to
be a gentleman."
Nick made tho promise with a very
lober face. Ho was the normal Btnall
boy, not a little angel, yet he had been
trained "upon honor," and felt that a
promise once made could not be broken.
This is the way he kept it. When Uucle
John came again, his nephew, after greet
ing him, leaned meditatively against
his chair and said, "You didn't bring
anything but yourself this time, did you,
'ics, 1 Ui said Lncle John with a
laughing shout: "1 brought a wliolo
pound of candy, and after that I wish
It was two," Harper's Young People.
Oi pltal liK'k paid In
Authoruod Capital, IIOO.ODO
BANK CAKitCTH. JOS. A. CONNOtt.
w. n. ouHnno, corner.
laud Oarrulb J. A. Connor, V. it. Uutkn aut
I. W. Jobn.oa, II cut) Borek, Jobs O'Kntftf
W. V, Mrriarn, Wm. Wstauearap, W.
TEAHSACTSA GENERAL B AMINO BOSlKES
aui farilBMtM of uVpo.lt. Iwarlnu liueriwl
Buy aul amlia icliuni. couuly and
"Py rii'.r'xii'li ki'itnl? of ln nnturnl
liov. wnli'li e i-rn lh oiB'iiiio' nl illai-il on
;i i.l n ., I r 1 1 in,, cnl by i',io-,'ul np IimIIihi o
tin- 1 iw III iiiO'IIi." ill Wfll (1 I n a Mr.
I-i-n Ii i ii'iiviili'.l our bfukliiil I ili'n itn
in-i ir i-'-'v ii ivir- i b ;i wiiii-Jt utnv
in iii.iiiv h-.ivv ilm-tiir1 1 1 1 1 - . II I bv Hi" piillo-
., in u.it nl u-,'i arilrle. I'let th I a r ue
linii hi in i ii" r kii illy bnili up until "If""-'
iii'iu'li In r-.Ht f"rt I leu-uey in n'li'i",
H i , I r l ol rii . -ti.-l nrs llmiilnii
i 1 ii, r.-.elv in ri i"k li I'-V'-r ln-re i
iv... ; l it. Vi' III IV l'r;ili in IHV It Inl ll
.Il lit llV k' 'U'U 'mi "H Inr llli'il "I'll
lint, lilixi mi, I it itrmmrlv fi.ii i f lli-(l (riime.
Civil "kivI -.. (iiciie. Mu 1'itl nimiiiy nii
lii.ltlni. wnHT or iin,k, Sntil n iiv III ll.ill-uollll'l
in,, h .- in-.t-iiniM iilii-llfi'l llnif:
mi . . i ei'H j. Ii.i ll,iui,i- in. itliii- i lii-mlit
Uuidnii. II i ! K l.i nil
non Aar.r ttavtcd for
arM:llTMM.hllIIOVmr RlrTTORR I.IFF.
fi(),iln rmnl nrrll. HUtlit la lli
w,.--l,ii;iH.lw.lln.- mmtrhlt' .ltK.-l.r-
,. in u.' ii. ... J .i.idHrti.no ynu.'.-
, t. . .J II . I r , .kk.l I. 'nl. t,A W,
t ... i ... -a k u i ...r. ii i.. w r.
J t rm ill, 0.nt.,n,.l,fttn.h lifht k-uartrlit
I K.ki mi wi'ii 1 i-l 'r ''m ' I ei
n,l r. lull tr.iiilW.II.llTn"'r
. -....j u. lli B.IVWT Ol 111. UUII,-. f'f M-Tf knmMm
II ntibi Mr. - (." f4 a '' Antl",t wiwwa n-f.w It.
Curlou Itrrovrry of Limt Rrrorda.
florhaiu met with a serious loss over
twenty years ago. About nil It was
discovered that a book containing the
earliest town records, from its incorpora
tion in 17M to Vila, was missing. The
town offered a reward for its return and
many individuals joined in tho search,
but hope of finding these records was
abandoned long ago. La.it week, how
ever, the cxprer brought from Boston a
package containing three books hi excel
lent preservation, without any explana
tion. Gue of them was the early rec
ords of Gorhain. Tho other two books
contained the marriages, births and
deaths of the inhabitants of the town
from 1701 to 1822. Lewiston Journal.
TCaililod In KJIttard.
Iu a big snowstorm Mis Lydia E.
Carder and Mr. James William Watson,
both of West Virginia, wero wedded by
the Rev. It. Kolk, of Pawpaw, W. Vs.
The ceremony was jierformed on an is
land iu the Potomac, near Oldtown. 1 he
wiud was blowing a perfect hnrricana
and the snow. fell thick and fast. The
bride wore a white cloth costume, with
bonnet and gloves to match, -Cor. Balti
tit IDWIN ABNOLD,
VVaa HI AS A A AAA -J
Aumpl copy will
tu alll k tint lot
"Ilu.l.il," Nul l:ul.u.
Doubtless our unlettered friends have
Bun distinctions in tho use of words, for
which wo do not give them sufficient
credit. A ui w pupil in a colored school
took a shattered lamp chimney to show
"Ah!" said he. "your chimney Li
broken, is il?"
"No, sir," she answered, "it's busted. "
In her distinction of terms lay all tho
difference btt'recn a confession of guilt
and an assertion of innocence. Tho
word "broken" she understood to mean
that the mishap had occurred by her
own fault; and in correcting to "busted"
he meant to imply that some unknown
agency, a current of cold air, perhaps,
had caused the break.
Here is a distinction as clear and real
as we make in more scholarly terms.
..l .,1. im w,H,i Hi, w. H Mo. ar-aso
a M'lA mi'f. mr IH,iwmiIm M4raMh I'.r w J-4
iWiuUl.nJ !.. rnr, !-.. wm. ww.rnun to
A. th Vt UH i BU-lk . VS A CW UmrUmt, Oma,
rv Cmrwmrs fic.uvi. ftro doss TS Dotio Pntuo A
TMC m Mia I HAL iHB ftCMUlNr. Uss!la.k
Tadlr, a, Uiu,(api f-f Uk'f'l -il ' 't
IMA rrt W'Ol I I." ffJ"-B. 'i i, few On a.li.d.
ill ta i la ) axatnaAr4 hxict. I tii ir Tn'tm oniirUrf il
4f. in iA l asuttfliikai . URMi amaMaSi, a: d l r
,. 1'- . y-. ' x y
CMitnisrta tLicfi 5u., vi..n.. ,.,.
A Whlla Mfra.
One of the strangest wonders in the
way of a man that we have been per
mitU'd to sco was in town recently, and
is a citizen of this county. He is Eb
enezer Long, and was born, black, in
Georgia sixty years ago. Ho is now per
fectly fair, except a few dark "pots that
may be discovered by looking at hint
closely. Marianna (Fla.) Times.
Ths Mo.t Pllltcult Thing to Match.
The most ililliciilt thing to match ia
white paper. A customer comes in here
with a sheet of white paper, letter or
any other kind, and asks for paper just
like it. Not once in 0,000 times can
such a customer be accommodated, and
for the reason tliat there is such an end
less variety of shades in white. People
look astonished when 1 tell them it is so,
but when they go out and try they soon
Bud out. Interview in Chicago Tribune.
Tun Ponrn ltnmnr InntnirflTrt.
tho mnt tlmnly, tnt Urpnst an,
th tmniVftmat of tbA rTlir1 1
The three ereat cuouph of sub
jects out of the coinins pear will be
1 I i . i--
impariiuiiy iisu uisiruciivriy uis
cusscd liy the ablest writers;
1. Political subjects pro win out of
the presidential campnigjie.
IU Financial disturbance
here and abroad.
III. Theological unrest-
witll all the social uestions unar
rested by these groups of tfrcat t)
There is no other way whereby
one may pet the ripest information
about the preat problems of the
time within so narrow n compass
or for so small a sum short i polics
of prcut subjects by more '.ban bun
ilred of the foremost men anil wom
cuof the world; because there ia
only cue American periodical for
which oil the great lenders of opin
ion uud of thought write, ami that
i- TlIK I'Ok'I M.
The December number for exam
ple cenlaiiis: Depredation by Pen
sion The Protest of Loyal Volun
teers, by lieutenant Allen K. Kootc
l-'ounilercr ol the Society of Loycl
Volunteers; The Meuninir; of the
Democratic Victory in Massachu
setts, by Gov. Win. K. Kusscll;
b'rencli feel in jr toward Germany;
AnolSer t onllict llhout Jlsace- li
raine IiieAitable, by Cammille Pcl
letan, member of liie l-'rench Chani
herof Deputies; Should tne Silver
Ijiwof IN'.K) be repcabd? by Jacob
II. Sell ill one of the most successful
and in New York; In Modern Edu
cation n Failurc'r by Fredrick Har
rison, the pre at Knplish essayists
I'nrcpubitcd Competition eelf-de-Hlruelive,
by Aldace F. Walker,
Chiiirman of the Western Traflic
Association: Women's Clubs, the
Volume nnd the Ynlud of their
Work, by Alice II. Rhine; A Day
With Lord Teniiison, by Sir Wif-
1 i ii mi Arnold. And live other iirti
cles. There are now in proprcss discus
sions of our yeneion syslem; Prison
Manapement; The Traininp; of
Teochers; The Louisinnmi Lottery
The next Step in the Tariff Apita
tion; Are Moilern lducational Mnt
ters n failure? .
.He n copy. f.T n year.
THIC FGKL'M, Union S-juare, N.
Those engaged In the production ot
quinine, whether from bark or chemical
ly, suffer with a peculiar skin affection
caused by the inhalation of the vapor
from hot solutions of the drug. Fever
is an accompaniment ot this majady.
New York Recorder.
mm of .Mi
f nally, Quickly, Permanently Kattored
V , NrvH-aM, UbllHr. ani all
Uid Carun of evil fnun rly sirorvor Itatar xcm"S
Din rftnului ot ororwiirk, tlrknM, worr,alo, F ull
Lr.ru th, UtvvUiptu.nl. and t-m in iu avary
orvaa and ptirtlnn of th body. Hltnl( nntrjral
nmihiwli, Imnifili.io ImpniTonieni Mfn, Knilra
liiipoMii)). KUNj riirMnrt, AJtmli, aiulauaUuMai
and iipmf. maid 'ihhIwIi fraa, A'Mrf
IRIS MfidlOAk CO., fcUFf ALO, N. Y
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