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An Antique Treasure
Through days of sorrow and of mirth.
Through days of death and days of
Through every swift vicissitude
Of changeful time unchanged It stood.
The Cartons were an efTectlonate
family. They embraced each other
when they met. They kissed each oth
er when they parted. They gavo each
other presents on birthdays, on anni
versaries, at Christmas and Easter.
When they met each of the five sisters
asked each minutely and In detail as
to the children of the other. They ad
mired each man who had married a
Carton girl. They rivaled each other
In affectlonato admiration of the off
spring possessing such desirable par
ents. And they were finite convinced
that the Cartons, separately and col
0' lectively considered, were of the elect
of earth and destined to an Immortal
ity of unusual splendor.
When their only brother married
Marcia Wright, the family, with its
proud unity and generosity, took her
into the sacred enclosure of the Carton
contingent. She shared the inesti
mable pleasure of being one of them.
’ She, too, received presents and ca
, rrs-ses. She was patronized with the
utmost, urbanity. It was Matilda who
took the lead In these demonstrations.
Mutilda was the oldest. She was also
the wealthiest. Had the Cartons been
abdicated to the singing of hymns It
Is unlikely that they would ever have
chanted In the original "Praise God
from whom all blessings flow.” The
name of the deity would unconsciously
have resolved itself Into that of 'Tilda
at whatever sacrifice of correct musical
cadence and devout laudation. It was
Matilda who suggested names for the
new babies, who inspected the shop
windows for new styles, and beat the
family dressmaker down to her terras,
It was Matilda who gave her nephews
and nieces tin toys and hulk candy.
It was Matilda who, when she bestowed
a china teapot on a bride or a gradu
ate, stuck a bunch of violets In the
wpout and swathed the whole In tissue
paper, tied with baby ribbon—which
thus clearly Indicated her artistic ten
dencies. It was Matilda who, when the
first anniversary of Marcia’s wedding
came around—or was about to come
around—Informed the young wife she
should send her a valuable commemo
Marcia politely protested.
"It doesn’t seem any time since you
sent Joe and me that beautiful vase,”
she said. Her glance sought the vase
In question. So did that of Mrs. Dobbs
r —which, by the way, was the marital
cognomen of Matilda, nee Carton.
"Almost a year, my dear. We al
ways observe anniversaries—wo Car
"So sweet of you,” murmured Marcia.
Young Mrs. Carton made no mention
of the fact that, while both the price
inscribed on the box and on the vase
itself was fifteen dollars, the edges
where breakages had been duly Joined
were, on close observation, apparent.
"Sometimes," went on Mrs. Dobbs
dreamily, "one feels that to glvo an
article of personal significance—of in
dividual interest—far exceeds those
that may bo purchased for a certain
occasion, or a specified sum.”
“Indeed, yes!” assented the bride of
the brother of Mrs. Dobbs.
She was thinking or the lot of lumb
er that had accumulated in the attic of
i..r new home. She had taken out of
i u-age tho furniture of her mother,
who, being passed into the big black
ness, had no need for furniture, nor for
anything else material. It was only
(hat morning Joe Carton entreated his
wife to get rid of it.
"I know there aro people who like
old trash.” Joe had said. It may have
been lack of mutual opinion on such
matters which made these diverse
natures so attractive to each other.
”1 like the new furniture—the kind you
can smell the varnish on. Let an auc
tion man take the truck. Sell them
for whatever they w ill bring."
The varnish! Marcia had suppressed
a groan. Varnish! The deep, reddish
gleam of that old black mahogany
flickered before her eyes. And the
golden gloss of the hand-polished
lilrdseye maple! And the dusky glim
mer of rare butternut wood!
"1 know," said she. "Hut I'd like to
reserve the brass-damped desk, Joe."
"Reserve nothing!" Joe had decid
ed. He was dictatorial- like Matilda.
"Tell the Wabash avenue people to
take the lot!"
Marcia had early learned the Carton
virtue of smiling submission. Ho, with
many an inward pang and Innumerable
suppressed protests, she saw her an
cestral treasures carted front her door.
It was only w hen Matilda bad talked
of the value of hereditary po*«e»shin*
she hail faltered for a moment ll< r
revolution to be present at the auction
sate on the following day was one not
to be contested It was with some mis
giving, though, that she entered the
great, dreary room M<-n walked
around their hata on and clgnrw
gripped dtlgnnallv between their teeth
Women i hi fly Ji-we*»- * the proud
proprietors of Hooth Mtate street stores
rubbe l etiM>w* with >■* h other In a
ftreasy of bargain getting The aid
auctioneer Whits haired and white
hsardsd, aristocratic of a»pc«t *■ the
''»' ' !
place I before him with a Iw art of
<oat«mgt f*r the crowd of c. oul
hand devte c wi'h the Id • n> faeles
sf whoat he was familiar Cat. Sung the
•ye of the n*w. >no- an at* ttoa Ian
•terfoot la fa t, hu glams an I Iv‘vs
be* vag aaors respvelful
Half hidden by a monstrous folding
bed that boasted the bold front of a
cottage piano, young Mrs. Carton
watched the sale of her maternal pos
sessions. She wished she had had suf
ficient will to retain them. She wished
she had the firmness of which the Car
tons made repeated bossts. She al
most wished that In marrying the
brother of the Carton girls she had not
married the whole family.
“We have here,” called the sonorous
voice of the auctioneer, “a valuable
old mahogany desk. I would beg your
attention to the fact that this is old—
not new mahogany, and consequently
more desirable. It is in good condi
tion. Its brass clamps are of charm
ing design. Give me a bid. Five dol
lars? That Is absurd. It Is worth a
hundred dollars if it is worth a cent.
Five-fifty? You, sir! I’m astonished.
Six—six only bid for this antique
It eight! Eight—going for eight—go
A woman waved an umbrella at him
"Eight-ten!” she screamed.
At sound of the voice Marcia Carton
“Eight-ten! Going at elght-t»n!
The man beside the auctioneer held
out his hand for ttio customary deposit,
and pocketed the same while he wrote
down the name and address of the pur
chaser. An hour later an express
wagon bore from the rear of the auc
tion rooms the desk at which Marcia
Carton's grandmother had written her
acceptance of one marriage proposal.
And the same afternoon saw the desk
In question duly delivered at Marcia
Carton's house. With It came a note
written on the free stationery of a
down-town dry goods house.
“Dearest Marcia: In remembrance
of the anniversary of your marriage
to our beloved brother, to whom I am
sure you will never fail in wifely duty
and obedience, I send you both, with
my dearest love and congratulations,
this ancient mahogany dpsk. It has
no duplicate in this country. I have
had an agent of one of the beat firms
in the city looking for something of
the sort for the last three months. I
know that you, with your esthetic
tastes, will prize it as beauty deserves.
I make no reference to the commercial
value of the gift. That speaks for it
self, as inquiry will prove. Your af
"Matilda Carton Dobbs.’’
With a slow headshake and a long
drawn breath Mrs. Carton laid down
the note. Not one of the Wrights
could have written such a note of pre
sentation as that!
"Thank God, they couldn't!" she
said. And then. “Come in!”
Matilda Dobbs, radiant in fall finery,
rustled Into the room.
“You have received It safely!” she
cried, and clasped her fat bauds. "Isn’t
“Indeed It is!” returned Marcia fer
vently and honestly.
Just then fate, which will have a
Anger In every pie poor mortals con
coct, played Mrs. Matilda Carton Dobbs
a scurvy trick. It reminded Marcia's
young brother, who happend to be
passing, that lie had forgotten hie foot
ball at his sister's the previous day.
He went in to get It.
"Crlclty!” he yelled, and capered
like one possessed. “If you ain't got
grandma's old desk! 1 learned my let
ters on that, Marcia. See, here's whpro
I cut my Initials. I thought you said
Joe Carton was going to make you sell
all her old furniture?”
Marcia looked up. Rho was pretty
Brave as he who leaps the wall
By angry musket flashes litten!
“It was sold at the auction-rooms on
Wabash avenue today, Hobble. 1 was
“All of it?" He was staring at her in
bewilderment. “How have you got
"That's what I'd like to know,” said
Joe Carton, who had come in unob
Marcia handed him the note. "It’s
an anniversary gift from Matilda," she
explained. "I am delighted to have
There was a freezing silence. Matil
da Dobbs arose.
"Marcia!” Her voice was sepulch
ral: “You should teach your—your
relative better manners. In the Car
ton family unseemly conduct in the
presence of guests lias never been per
mitted young people.” And she car
ried her red face and portly person
“Jerusalem!” exclaimed Carton. He
was looking from the note to the desk
and back again. Marcia hugged the
antique treasure. She laughed till she
"Gee!” said Robbie.—Chicago Tri
ANCIENT SUN DIALS.
Ilow the Flight ef the Hour* Win In
(llriltecl Long Ago.
It is probable that the earliest sun
dial was simply the spear of some no
mad chief stuck upright in the ground
before his tent. Among those desert
wanderers, keen to observe their sur
roundings. it would not be a difficult
thing to notice the shadow shortened
as the sun rose higher in the sky and
that the shortened shadow always
pointed in the same direction—north.
The recognition would have followed
very soon that this noonday shadow
changed in its length from day to day.
A six-foot spear would give a shadow
at noonday in latitude 40 degrees of
twelve feet at one time of the year and
of less than two feet at another time.
This instrument, so simple, so easily
carried, so eaeily set up, may well have
begun the scientific study of astron
omy, for it lent Itself to measurement,
and science is measurement, and prob
ably we see it expressed in permanent
form in the obelisks of Egyptian solar
temples, though these no doubt were
retained merely as solar emblems ages
after their use as actual Instruments
of observations had ceased. An up
right stick, carefully plumbed, stand
ing on some level surface, may, there
fore, well make the first advance upon
the natural horizon. A knob at the
top of the stick will be found to render
the shadow more easily observed.—
Lomlon I.«•?%«!* in Commerce.
London has a larger commerce than
any other city in the world. Liver
pool comes next, and Hamburg prob
ably ranks third, although Antwerp
closely approaches her.
Family it Secrets Flashed Over
*-y | q j it Public Wires, Some
Lode DOOkS S Are Elaborate.
The rigging up of a cipher code is
said to be the most simple thing in the
world—by those who know nothing
about It. Those t.ho larger govern
ments possess have taken years to put
together, ami some of the must compe
tent mlnda have been employed In their
construction, says the New York Mail
Notwithstanding the rlnlnis of many
newspapers, there is not a single rode
liiMik that fully meets the requirement ;
of newspaper work. During the war i
with Spain many of Ihe correspondents
Invented what Is known ns a blind
code. and the representatives of a cer- |
tain metropolitan dally who > lain,* to
have the finest code in the buaineea,
>filed their heads oft trying to rail the
censor's att« ntton to the fact that the
other fellow wsa using a blind rode.
This waa because Nothing could be
tumid In "the finest reals In Ihe !>u*l- |
to iw ’ to i-ouvey the Ideas uf the cor
r« M|Hindents of tip sheet to Ihelr i fit. e
rbe i hap with the home made blind
a.- that cost *l» *ut t %vuts worth uf
iti«t tu make knew how to get bis
isformail"it through every time
\ blind o de Is n«g> d ay In va i > ig
wiyi iu»l th* n»"4 pop tlgr Is to wire,
lot me | u <>f || * many w i«
d * you wantl* watch *enle« *w. while
simple enough »i w*at t, might no in
a tl»a has begun the ban
' «f Havana* Ih* Tease hag
been sunk by a tipnnlsb wsrsNtn,”
N> w* of great IwpirUNt'e When the
censor In wide awake, as censors gen
Unslm-ss and government rode have
been In use as long an the submarine
telegraph, the original high coat of
cabling being responsible fur their
creation. The desire for secrecy has
encouraged the building of business
and oftielal codes more than has the
mere question of telegraphic codes.
The latest thin* In the code line is
the nodal one. Within the la*t nve
years families In society have arranged
for their private u»e. Commodore J.
Ptvrpont .Morgan and John W Mackey
have probably the finest curies ektuut.
They are used egrtuslvcly for convey
ing an .-sages of a family nature One
of the most suc-ensful mining opera
tors of Atnerba. whose wife and thlid
ren spend mu> h time a.'truad.
roRtmunicatea long message*
them dally by itisrar wf hla
private corle tie keeps them |g.
formed of all lk« latest society gossip,
and they, iu turn convey to him k is
wh*n and slut' the* are ant***
lamed This particular code tentt con
tains U‘ page* and is the labor «.?
years. In which all lb* member* of the
millionaire a family t«*.h part |t
contains the name* of thw ladtv Idoal
member* of all the prominent fami
lies |g snath and additions and at i
>cr*t.on» am issrtcstb e * *t * i,* in*
work, ■*. h aid* notifying the other by
mall of the improvemsgia and tn*i«a**
•a Ig g ip* *• I * har» im
When a preparation has an adver
tised reputation that Is world-wide. It
means that preparation Is meritorious.
If you go into a store to buy an article
that has achieved universal popularity
like Cascarets Candy Cathartic for ex
ample, you feel It has the endorsement
of the world. The judgment, of the
people is Infallible because it is im
personal. The retailer who wants to
sell you "something else” in place of
the article you ask for, has an ax to
grind. Don't it stand to reason? He's
trying to sell something that Is not
what he represents it to be. Why?
Because he expects to derive an ex
tra profit out of your credulity. Are
you easy? Don't you see through his
little game? The man who will try
and sell you a substitute for CASCAR
ETS I3 a fraud. Beware of him! He
Is trying to steal the honestly earned
benefits of a reputation which another
business man lias paid for, and if his
conscience will allow him to go so far.
he will go fai thir. If lie cheats his cus
tomer in one way, he will iti another
and it is not safe to do business with
him. Beware of the CASCARET sub
stltutor. Remember CASCARETS are
never sold in hulk but in metal boxes
with the long tailed “C" on every box
and each tablet stamped C. C, C.
Tlii'v K«*«p ThIi on fli«» llnrain
Every horse in the English army Is
numbered, and has a little history
kept for it. The number Is branded
on the animal's fee t—the thousands on
the near hind foot, and the units, ten
and hundreds on the off hind foot.
Thus, the horse whoso number is, say,
8,354, will have an b on his left hind
foot and 354 on the right foot.
EXTRACT OF BENNE PLANT.
It I» Nature'. Own Kcinedy.
First used by the MlaalNsippI river
steamboat melt In the "early forties,"
w ho drank their "Henna Tedd” from tho
hands of the colored "aunties,” They
steeped the leaves In hot water, and tho
Verdin of these steamboat litu was that
It "did the business."
Ill IMl, James and t'onstanre Maguire
secured some of these miraculous leaves,
and, upon Investigation, discovered that
they air' identical with the Besani. 1ml.
< lienm - la a ves), and as the same Indi
cates. native of India, containing a
mucilaginous substance of soothing and
healing properties. Nature lore furnished
a remedy for diseases such as Colic,
Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoea, Dysentery
and kindred ailments. After experiment
ing, the Messrs. M iguire succeeded Iti
chemically combining tho use of tho
licnnc-leuvan with other vegetable sub
stances, ami so furnished a remedy that
has saved thousands of Uvea.
Prepared bv THE J. W <i. MAOUIItE
MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS, Mo.
England'. Great Lawyers Are Irish.
England is almost unrepresented in
the great law offices of the kingdom,
Sir Richard Webster, the new master
of the rolls, being an Irishman, as is
Sir Edward Carson, the solicitor gen
eral, while Sir Robert Finlay, the new
attorney general, is a Scotchman.
Ite.t for the Itowcly.
No matter what ails you, headache
to a cancer, you will never get well
until your bowels are put right.
CASCARETS help nature, cure you
without a gripe or pain, produce easy
natural movements, cost you Just 10
rents to start getting your health back.
CASCARETS Candy Cathartic, the
genuine, put up in metal boxes, every
tablet has O. C. C. stamped on iL lie
ware of imitations.
Entitled to a Item.
Ex-Senator James W, Bradbury of
Augusta, Me., has resigned his mem
bership on the hoard of trustees of
liowdoin college, after holding the po
sition for forty years. In all that time
he has missed only two or three meet
ings of the hoard. Mr. Bradbury is in
his 99th year.
THE BOXERS OF CHINA
are attempting to solve a gigantic
problem, but they are going about it
in the wrong way and will never suc
ceed. Some people, in this country,
seem to think that they have as great
a puzzle on their hands in selecting a
location for a home. They will cer
tainly go about it In the wrong way
unless they inspect the beautiful farm
ing country on the line of the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway in Mar
inette county, Wisconsin, where the
crops are of the best, work plenty,
fine markets, excellent climate, pure,
soft water; land bold cheap and ou
long time. Why rent a farm when
you can buy one for less than you pay
for rent? Address C. E. Rollins, Lund
Agent, 101 La Hallo St., Chicago, 111.
in speaking of the Porto Ricans
Governor Alien, who reached New York
the other day on a short vacation from
iiis island duties, remarked that one
of the spectacles which impressed him
had been the ceremonies of inducting
into office the judges of the supreme
court. These ceremonies were formal
and the Judges themselves wore for
the occasion very elaborate robes. "I
discovered.'* said Governor Allen, "that
these Judges were not practicing law
They may have been lawyers once, and
pruhubly were, but they were, in the
words of the Porto Ricans, purMtiug a
i u re»r.‘*
For starching Hue inu u c*e Magnetic
Lord Huberts is one of the tr.it
swordsmen In tb« British army.
So. Wlsilss • siHiiMna s, rue.
f • *-**t i.ts imiOhi. e<ftss« lbs s n»*. ie-’ee Is
t* subs.ssi*me. s .s i. k. t ein.ii *
War disorrtnlse*. but it Is to reor
Or* |m I -Inf Atte«*s *»*! *•»?
It la the only cure I r ttwotien,
Pt irtisg Burning, ti*>stlng I Ml,
t hi sa l I -ii i i A-s fur Alt-u a
t"*t tUw, a |*. * t t to be shaken Into
tk# -hint At all Itruggists til Shui
htures St*', Hampi# wst l MEN Ad*
Ul-ss Alien H tl l.eM-iy, N V.
New SrOlUad Yard Is the largest ptt
lb • station lit the ssflj.
1 « Magtti i f Mar. a it has tut tgial
gtatUtb s ik'.f that siss-s marry
la tor la Ilf* l haa they used to
Some women deif>, while others
defy fashion, the former having nn
"l” for that sort of thing.—Detroit
lAumlrr Work Hiulo finny
by using ‘‘Faultless Starch.” All grocers
sell it—large package 10c.
Minds of steel are often narrowed j
down tliut they may have a cuttlug
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES pro
duce the fastest and brightest colors
of any known dye stuff.
Magnetic Starch Is the very host
laundry starch in the world.
Japanese clerks are now employed in
a considerable number of London
stores, and give satisfaction.
Dot your wheat seed in first and It
will choke any tares the devil may
Avnld tislitnrs*. gr#v hntr. dandruff and thin lurks,
b>’ URIIIK I’UiKMt'b II,MK ilAt.-AM
Ui.MfKitcoL.NR, tin* i>«ri pure for corn*. ta.
England uses 30,000.000 birds every
year for decorative purposes.
Try Magnetic Starch—It will last
longer than any other.
An Arkansas woman and her seven
children recently traveled to Minnesota
on one ticket.
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward fornny
rose of Ciiinrrli tbal cauuot bo cured L>y Hall*
Catarrh < 'lire
I'. .1 CIIKM'.V k CO., Props.. Toledo, O.
We, the umli r- ine d. have known K ,f
Ohencv for the hist I.S i uirs end believe him
perfectly honorable in all buslnes* t r.insiudtons
and tlimiiclally aide to carry cut any obliga
tion* made by their ttrm
West k Tr lux. Wholesale Druoglkt*. Toledo, !
0.! WtUljK, Ktnnan a Man in. Wholesale
Drugglkts, Toledo, Ohio.
Huli's'lnturrn Cure Is taken Internally, aet- ;
lug direct, v upon the blood and mucous surface* ,
of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price
ibc per holt I ■ Solti by all d.ucgMl*.
Hall s Family Pill* urn .110 best.
More than 11 million slaves have
been liberated in Madagascar during
the last four years by the French gov
follies Cun Wear Klines.
One size smaller after using Allen’s Foot
Ease, u putt tier, it make* tight or new
shoe*easy. Cure* swollen, hut sweating,
aching feet, ingrowing naile, corns and
bunion*. All dru/gists and slme stores,
25c. Trial package FREE by mail. Ad
dress Allen iS. Olmsted, I,e Itoy, N. Y.
Astronomers tell 11s that In our solar
system there are at least 17,000,000
comets of all sizes.
Your clothes will not crack If you
use Magnetic Starch.
A dock of the year 1580, which be
longed to Henry III., is exhibited at
the Paris exposition.
1’Iko'b Cure is the best medicine we ever used
for all affections of the throat and lung*.—Wm.
O. EMUBL.Br, Vanburen, Irak, Feb. 10, 1IIU0.
All the Hoston and New York elec
tric cars are to be equipped with elec
a a. r.
IMth Rational encampment At Chicago,
Aug. 27 to Sept. 1, ItrOO.
Commencing Aug. 25, the Chicago
Great Western Railway, the road that
has always proved itself the “friend
of the old soldier,’’ will sell excursion
tickets to Chicago at ONE FARE FOR
THE ROUND TRIP, giving a fine op
portunity to see at Its best the great
western metropolis on tho shores of
Lake Michigan. President McKinley
will attend this encampment. The
tickets will be on sale Aug. 25 to 29,
and good to return to Sept. 1 (with
privilege of extension to Sept. 30 on
payment of 50 cents). For further in
formation Inquire of any Great West
ern agent or address F. H. Lord, G. P.
& T. A., 113 Adams street, Chicago.
HO! FOR OKLAHOMA!
fV.figr*'iM» hw aut hurtled the famous Klowaf*~>man
rhe rr-rn atlou ixio acres opened, under the V.
h Monies i catl. TownMte and Mining laws Morgan*
Manual. (bt*r<Urd Authority), (210 pagem, describe*
these lands, tells In w u» Initiate and perfect claim to
valuable I'AKMK TOWN LOTH, and MINERAL
I.ANDK. Trice. with fine Sectional Map. It 00 THE
KIOWA CHIEF (devoted to news and Information
about these lands; rent. ore v enf. for •! .00 Wlliroti
talti Proclamation, fixing date of opening. Paper (one
yr.t Manual, and Mai it l f*.r fl.75. With the above
v 111 he mulled LULL, loo tog** Illustrated Iwuifc on
Oklahoma. Agents wanted Addrtaa, Dick T. Mor
gan, Land Attorney, Terry, Okla.
The native hen of New Zealand is an
If you have not tried Magnetic Starth
try it now. You will then use no other.
Anything worth doing at all Is worth
having done by somebody else if you
can afford it.
Dyspepsia Is thp bane of the human system,
i-riitcct yiiuruM against tu ravages by the use
uf Ucemuu’a IVpsliiUum.
Every piano lias a lock on it. Do
you know where the key to your piano
lyeavn Omaha 5:05 p. m.; arrive St.
Louis 7:00 a. m.
WHERE ARE YOU GOING?
MW SrfCIAl BAITS TASI 03 SOUTH.
Trains leave Union Station Daily for
Kan .as City, Quincy, St. Isitiis and all
points Rust or Mouth. Half Hates to
(Hlus %2.00) many southern points on
1st and 3rd Tuesday of Each month
All information at City Ticket Office,
1415 Farnam Street (I’axton Hotel
IJlk.) or writo
HARRY f. M00RfS.
CMty Passenger and Ticket Agent,
U C AT ION AL. ^ ^
THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME,
NOTRIi DAME, INDIANA,
Classics, Letters, Economic* ami History,
Journalism. Art, Science, Pharmacy. Law.
Civil, ricchanlcal and Electrical Engineering,
Thorough Preparatory Brut Commercial
Courses. Ecclesiastical at intents lit special rates.
Rooms Free. Junior or Senior Year, Collegiate
Courses. Room* to Rent, moderate charges.
St. Edward’s Hall, for boy's under 13.
The S7th Year will open September 4tli,l900
Catalogue* Free. Address
REV. A. MORRISSEY, C. S C.. President.
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY
NOTRE DAME, INDIANA
Conducted by the Sisters of the Holy
Cro-ts. Chattered 1855. Thorough Eng
lish and Classical education. Regular
In Preparatory Department students
carefully prepureil fur Collegiate course
Physical uud Chemical Laboratories well
equipped. Conservatory of Music end
Hchool of Art. Gymnasium under diroc- ,
lion of graduate of Ilostou Normal Hchool
of Gymnastics. Catalogue free. The 40th
year opens Hept. 4, 1WH). Address,
DIRECTRESS OF THE ACADEMY.
St. Mary's Academy, - Piutre Datce, Indiana
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