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An Old' Poem and It3 History.
A con espomk-nt of the Inter :etn
trrl'es: - ' ' :'
Doubtless many of cmt raers linvo
read General W. S. Lj-tle's fine poem.
Cleopatra,'" written tha - niplit before
tbe battle in wlo-h he was killed. Tin
Pittsburg Lender relates the romantic
circumstances under whicil 'it w:is writ-,
ten. They vcrer told, i by ; tit lnte
Colonel liealf to a gentleman. . lie
spoke of the night before the I atllo ai
which General -Itle fell. Tue: two
(Heaif and Lytle) together in the
General's tent. They were both given
to writing poetry at such times, and
each had an unfinished peni on I and.
and they read and critici3'-d each oth
er's efforts humorously for some time,
when said Lytle:
'Ilealf, I shall never live to linish
"Nonsense' said I, "you will live so
write volumes of such stuff."
"A feeling has suddenly come ov r
me," continued the G-'iieral solemnly,
which is more startling than . a pro
phecy, that I sliall he killed in to-nvr-row'a
light. A I spoke to you I ,s;;V
the green hills of the Ohio as if I stotul
among them. They began to recede
from me in a wi inl way, and as t ey
disappeared th conviction flas'ied
throiiili m; like the lighuiing's shock
that I would never see them again.".
I rallied him for his superstition, but
the belief had become strangely im
pressed upon his mind, and he Mieceed
ed in so fur thrilling me with his own
unnatural fear, that I begged him to
finish his poem before he slept, that
nuch line work might not be lost to the
In the small hours the G n ral awak
ened mo from a slumber int winch I
had fallen, to rend me that beautiful
poem, which must Iiv as long as our
literature survives, beginning:
I am ly in. Ey pt, dy in
Ebbs the crimson lilc-til'Mxl fast.
My eyes tided with te us as he read.
He said not a word as he. cncluded.
but placed the manuscript in his pocket
and lay down to sleep.
Before dawn came the eall to arms.
When I in xt saw poor Lvt'e he was
cold in death among he ps of slniri. I
thought of the pxem, and searching
the pocket where I hail seen him put,
it, drew it forth, and it was forwarded
among other things lo h's friends.
I am dylp.jr, E?ypt, dyinjr!
Ebbs the crimson lifeti'le fast.
And thedark Plutonian shadows
Gather on the evening blast:
Let thine arm. O Qn'fii, enfold mo,
Iluh thy sobs and bow thine car,
Listen to the jrreat heart soc-ret
Thou, and thou alone, must hear.
Though my scarred and veteran leg-ions
Hear their eajrles bijth no more.
And my wrecked and scattered jnilleys
ritn-wdark Actiuin's f;!nl fhore:
Thoufira m irlitierinx ruarJ Burrouud me,
Prompt to do their neuter's will,
I must perish like a Itoman,
J)ie the great Triumvir atill.
Let not CfP'ar's servile minion
Mock the lion thus made low;
Twas no focnasin's arm that felled likn,
'Twas hi own that Kf-rm-k the blow
His who, pillowed cm thy licwmi,
Turned aside from if lory's ray
11 who, drunk with my caresses.
Madly threw a world away.
Should the baao plebian rabble
I tare assail my name at ltome,
When the n.ililJ iousf, .Oct.ivlu.
Weeps wiihin her ir id owed home,
fieek her; say the jrods bear witness,
Altiirs, au-iirs, circling witt2S.
Thnt her blood, with mine commingled, .
i't t aiiall mount to thrones ut kinss.
And for thee, niar-eyed Eirypt hint
Glorious sources of the Nile,
LUrht the p ih to Stygian horrors
With the splendors of thy smile.
Cive i he t iesar c-rowns and arches.
Let his brow the laurel twine:
; I can -worn tbe !cnut;-' triumphs.
Triumph itijf in love-like thine.
I am clvinir. Esypt, djiny.
Hark! the iustiltitix Jocmnn's cry;
Thev are c-ominsr: iri. k. my falchion,
l.et in front them ere I die.
Ah. no more ami I th- Imtlie
Shall my heart e.xul; n ir wwf-il:
Isis and t-dH tr.iar l thee
t'leopatra, Kom-. farewell."
The IViiico of W.I-:-. formerly i -dulge
I in painting. but i.e t:cv. r pants
now. It is said. I.owi vcr. t .at I e is
able to purchase a pMure or a statue
without employing an v, n.'
Nd swe 1 of the p -iio I in New York is
fu 1 fh' g-d now, unless he li:i.s a scarf
pin for every dav i t we -ic.
A New Brand.
A tail. lame neuro has been in f e
fiabi1 for a y ar t ast of calling at a
Mi:-liij;aii avenu-; grocery an I begoiar
a few potatoes, a bit of codfish, or any
thing else likely to be git en him. Ti e
other lny the gr. c;iT tool; a Hour sack
and made up a mix lire of sand, meal
and flour, and when the negro came
around he was almost pulverized to
hear the grocer say:
Now, Sam, if you won't come here
gain for three m nthsyou can Blund
er that sack and tak- it h inc."
"Am i on in ah lies', boss?"
" Ves, ri- :i;i wh:it I s iv."
W ill, I reck"n I'd better cot ch on
tod i chance, an' may de La.d I ires
you fur a line red y'ars to come!"
He ho ddeved the sack and walked
o(V. and as no' seen a ain for three
days. Then he entered the store with
"Sav. boss. I di'hi't mean to come
back, on'v I want to ax a queshun."
- about dat Hour you gin me. Dj
ole woman an' mo doatV take de same
view of it. I hold dnt it am a new way
of grin in' up wheat, tin she says it am
a new process fur usin' u; "ravel
banks. Kin you frow any light on de
" "It is a new brand of my own." r
plied the grocer. "The wheat v:n
raised on sandy s il. Canyon iv com
"N not 'z icily, sah, but if you could
change vid me fur a peck of beans
raided n a side hill, an' put de ole trees
an' stumps an' stones in one bag an' do
beans in anoder, it would save a heap
of argvnp nX in de family." Detroit
"They Beat Ham."
A Virginian' so highly esteems ham
that ho expects to see it appear in some
form at every meal. This fact explains
why the driver, in the following appe
tizing a :ecilotr selected ham as the
standard of comparison:
A gemteman traveling in Virginia
had occasion to take a stage-rid' in or
der to visit the natural bridge. Riding
on the seat with the driver, he fell into
con vers ;t ion with him, and found that
he was a veteran in killing doer, bears
and smaller game. Passing a stream,
the traveller inquired if it contained
"Lots on 'em," was the replv.
-Mostly trout," said the driver. "All
thes mountain streams aro full of
They must be fine eating," was the
Fine eatinT' exclaimed the driver.
"Y:t jnst go up to the mountain and
ketch ii:df-a-dozen trout about twelvo
inches long, clean 'em without washin'
'em, rub in some salt, roll 'em in Injin
me A, and bake 'em in the ashes good
-catin'f whv, stranger, they beat ham P
The late Czar's apartments in Winter
" Palace remain in the same condition as
on the day ho was killed. Hi- private
- papers which deal with business of the
State arc to be sent to the archive of
fice, where they will be kept twenty
' years before being made public. His
wardrobe 'wiil be distributed among
the charitable institutions of v-luca ue
was a patron.
" A smok-j Tcicon a chimney fsapretty
good cuwide sigajf ajtv a ccful family.
m OF THIv I) IV.
.V.'-i'", ...:.t ......
EOBEET TODD LKCOIdJ. , .;
, - The subject of this sketch llobart T.
Lincoln, was born in Sjtringfield, 111.,
August 1st. 1843. His father. Abraham
Lincoln is well-and widely known as
the illusirious martyr of the Rebellion.
Mr. Lincoln is 08 years of age, about
5 feet 9 inches high, well formed and
weighs ah' ut 150 pounds. His eyes
have the sain mild expression as thoso
of the martyr pr sident, otherwise he
bears no resemblance, fo him." IIj
dresses faultlessly, is urbane and pol
ished and has a pleasing address.
When but seven years old he was sent
to the academy of. a Mr. E-dahrnok.
where ho remained until 185.1," when he
entered the Illinois S at! University at
Springfield; In 1859 he went East and
the following year entered Phillip's
Academy, at "Exeter, New Hamp hire.
Soon afterward he applied for admis
sion to Harvard UniverMty where he so
successfully passed his examinatioii
that, he wa3 received as a member of
the class of 18G4. .After grad iMtinr,
ho entered the Harvard Law School,
but left in 1SG5 to accept a com nUsioii
rs Captain atid A A. (. on fien. il :uu's
stall". After the war he s ndie I law at
Chicago, where he was adm tte I as a
memlier of ti e bar in 18G7. In 18C8 ho
married Miss Mary Harlan, having now
a family of three ch'd -iron, Maiy, born
1809, Abraham, b in 187:1, and Jcs-ie
Harlan, born in 1875. On tin .inaugu
ration of President Garfield, he w: s .ap
pointed Secretary of War, and !"r in
his name and associations much is ex
pected in his administration of the
A Pretty H?althy Family
Jaipesde RothsciiiM. w o died re
cently, was tlieso i of Nathaniel, and
wn n.arl d to his cousin Theresa.
Wi li the except'o "f t e Ros lierry cs
j m iiH't's, the R i d family h ve in-
terbr.-d in t':c ' h -sr manner, uutil one
would il ini; tii.at. acor ingtot' e-i:l s
of. cons .ngninity. all the dam
ages ai i -in g from such family a 'i
ane. s would le com m nifest. Tii
jiub ic mu-t bv lids I'm be very liied
of the s'orv of t!.e r i t of ti is fa nily,
w! o. from f ie Iium'-'esi Sfginni gs in
the Jons' quar.er of Frank'or:, becam".
b din of brains, hone-ty ami !ti k. ile
Cia?u-es -f the European world. ' Tne
element i f 1 ck m sv or may iot have
had in ch to do u'rhthe social eleva
tion of these SemiMc m'l! onaires, but
ti e late Presi-'en "s ords in reirard to
th-' liekl ness i f t ' tune" re w rthy of
record; "Luck is an ..;.-?.., jh i
ir.av fo low it to ruin. i;u: never t suc
c ss." That the Ro h-e!::!!s are long
he -de I :r.ii, oii'y ' ' e tew ' awari' of
w- o e t-.-r Into bi'.-i:i r lafw't with
them, but that they re large-hearU'd.
liberal an I c .ciritai 1 , all lh ' eill
knows. They ar - ilea parous of art,
mid with their enormous we 1 1 1 are al
ways buying what r.r.j the fi.iest end
rarest of esthetic tr" sures. Possib'v
thi- man had uiore cuilure titan the o -iMint!
toek. i r I he pi nt off-shoots
enjoy an excellent reputaiioa for liu r
my and :.rtistie intcllieiic - Rut i.cilh
er di i the Rot liselii !ls a t or j?rcs' iit
eves: in. weave. cv -oinl, carry wat
er, break stones, no - . '-rite even essays,
and .-houhl aceor.iin 1.. to f .How the
id -as of (lol winSm h and the S nid-:ot
or:-.t rs bo all at once a!i - isle d. Wedth
mav Ii 13- anything a dignified
prc-ence. We'have n- e ; v t semblance
handed do n tons f t h (Ireek Pint us,
but we have s -veral i t .r. s of the F:ig
fers, who were c rta'uly i.ot ::r ?t- crai
ic in at p":u atit'c. Rut as han isome is
t at a nlsoitie ! -..' mascn'ine
Roths hi" s liavei.op.- ' H"iii to -ood
.ooks tl;e wo:ii"i l it e .-tune fami'v,
at least in their 3-ou1 are woy. The
gr.- t wealth of th R i sc'dl Is Is sng
eested bv the fd!ow n d ggerel. one
which ome t-ii tv y 11 v aj", .asofl u
('Uoted. and ! i:i'i : o! s e-'.od t -day:
1 i StaTe.-t rah. f a! anl salt.
The !'. f Nt-if X ' 1; rnalt.
Til ' it 'Uiri !: ! - iisi
II.:' gartered n-i i e e ir ratii .
j re power! to I haii 1
)t Hoth.'W'hild an : iria.s.
Joy of t'ie ll-irCl Han.
I met, the ot cr d ;, . . ys eian i
verj- l.i :e lr ct .: f ' iiosi in
who live in th j v o ' ieavi i lh.
liapttv f r w i in he .s b en cum v.
He hapoene t to say '.hvt i.e .::! i eh. .
liini that ui.ht a ha ri I acros :
countrv which I kit v. t 1 e ilesoia; .
that he" mi. ht strike a ni-;lit train ::ftes
a consuha ion. "Will it : o' bo sidvi d
id?" he sail. Well. I was earn. 5
enough to say that I did not tiiitik i'.
woulil be. It wotil I be as dark a
Egypt, he would be tired, and he woeld
see and Ii. ar nothing. An ! hU answer
was an tmconsc otis rehuke: -O, they
are ploughing now, and I shall get ti e
whole smell f the spring." He a l ed
in a ni'-ment. "Is it no fun to have
life crow. fe i full?" I MUif aw-y thai'k
ing God for one man ind-eiio ou..
fiiul, and was g'ad to tin 1, the tokens of
love; for a man wiio could "rid-" ten
miles, a d in darkness, and. if he could
only smell, could feel, as i,e rode, that,
the Power which rules the world rule-
it in perf et love. .
Lam vblack has bevn f.-m.d by M. E.
Mercadier to act like selenium in radio
phonv. Instead of scleniziu g one of tun
surfaces of the donb e-coil teccivers lie
blackens it with the siu-Ae of an oil
lamp, taking d e i are, ho. ever, not to
carbonize ttie pareiira . nl pap r w ieh
isolates the metadie col s from each
Paper has gone into ue i:i some of
the resiauvaut' iu li rlin as plat s for
dry or semi-dry articles i f foo '. .-.There
is no reason Why cheap pap r cups
pro i erly glazed shotdd not be em. Ioyed
at.railroa I si :iions so th .t pass-ngers
con id tike a "cup of coffee ah ng w th
them ins eail of i aslily driniilng it at .
lunch counter. - - :
How to Give a Surpriss Party to a Hu3
The latest form of snufiing oe.t an
objectionable parly is lo p .t givc uine
in tiie key-hole of I. is npaitmen . Oi
the inseiiion-of the key in th-j u i.r,
there is a pufTfollowe I by a de! ii .tion,
and if the person's boar i is hot pai l in
advai.ee, a dead lo-s to the l.imPadv.
Why is this not a ha py Ihou mt for
wives to practice, having hus'i nds who
nigtitly sit up with a sick ;'rriiid r go :
to see a man otj-bndncs-,? Ltth 'in
put, just enough, not too much, gfy.-er-.
ine in the key-hole f tuenig-t late i,
and when .the delinquent reiunis he
will enco mtir a little surprise partv of
his - own", niannf.icturo. Z-.'cIvX
The total disbursement of the t,nth.
census have thus far been $3.36Q j
Some of the most timid girls are not
-frightened by aloud bang.
Victory belongs to the most persever
ing. A ballet dancer died recently at Na
ples, leaving a slarge r fortune. T; is
shows how easy it is to accumulate
wealth when one dresses economica'Iy.
Oid umbrella and buggv tops are now
being irilized by ladies for theatre hats.
The demand for them almost equals
that for confederate bonds. . .
; "Only ladies allowed to smoke here,
is ( lie significant notice to be seen in
-manv'of the depnt of the Pittsburg and
.Tp i-fc Wayne Rdlroad.' ... . ,
,.TheLond m Spectator says, after tha
.North won the victory' over the South
it shed less blood than any nation so
provoked ever vet had done.
- Ametica," says an Englishman, "is
a country where a man's statement is
not worth 2 cents unless backed up by
an ffer to bet you $ 10." " -
Mr. Longfellow always used 'au old
fashione I. qnill pen. The r'old clock
on the sfa'rs" ho does not own It be
lonirs to a family in Pittdield, Alass.
The Mayor of Chicago Bays that cily
13 his . bride. He should Lire several
thousand scavengers and have his bride
scraped. . - - . " ' . .
John Morley sats lhat cl '8-ical train
ing is more aptly calculated to destrov
the qualities of g'-otl writing and fine
speaking than any other system that
could have heen contrived. "
Mrs. Vinnie Ream Hoxie, the sculp
tress, wears a handsome cameo breast-'
pin in rich setting, which was given to
her by Cardinal Antonelli, the Prime
Minister of Pope Pius IX.
; Ros well P. Flower, the New York
Congressman who beat Astor, earned
money for his education when boy by
woi king iu a brkk-yard and teaching
It is estimated -that" Messrs. Applet n
& Co. have sold 60,000 sets of their
American Encclopa;dia at an average,
price of $95. which is $5,700,000, and
that the estimated profit is 1.000,000.
, Leadville now numbers 20.000 people,
am i fifteen out of. Colorado's . twviitv
t ;rec mllli" nsr w rth cf ore 1 mined
last year were from the Leadville dis
IticJ. T ie London l'uiich makes TonimV
taytoRilic: "I icean to be an astron-
timer when I e imw i.p." Ellie naively
replies: "What on earth will you do
uith yourself all day long?"
A little child was addressed by a g n
tleman the other day. "How old are
you, my dear?"' he asked, "Old!" said
the child, indignantly: "I'm not old at
all; I'm quite new!"
Quite Provoking. A lady being asked
how man calls she had made the o-her
afiern on, replied: "Oh, I only inadu
seven; I was unfortunate c-noug'i to
lind everybody at home."
Winnipeg is a grand place for girls.
It is said that if it is found out that a
yo ing lady is on a coming traiu there
is sure to be about 200 eligible bache
lors anxiously waiting .at the station,
ready to propose matrimony.
The Montreal daily Star concludes a
Ion j editorial' oh Canadian loyalty by
aCit niing. as its conviction, that tl.e
first duty of Canada s toward herself,
and t at if her interests demand inde
pendence she should be independent."
"F itl.cr, did you ever have another
wife besides mother?"' "No, my boy;
what posses-ed you to ask such a ques
tion?" "Recnus-1 I saw in the old fam
ily bible wherf vou married Anno Dom
ini in 1835, and that isn't mother, for
her nnnu was Sally Smith."
George P. M .isii has been inini-Ce-r.e-ident
of tin:" United States . iu Il:l'
tiinco 1861 iiontiniiontdym ar!.. t my
otic cars. A war has b i n foug t,
slavery has been abolished, and live
admini-tra ions have passed away in
the meantime. -
That old blonde favorite, Lydia
Thompson, is really doin well in de
corous, legitimate comedy. . Olive L t
?an. writing from Loudon, says that
s! e is very pleasing in her gf', light
comedy part, and applause and flowers
are her flatterin? harvest nightly.
A hardened wretch. "Does our talk
disturb vou?" said one of a companv
of talkative ladies to an old gentleman
sitiing in a railroad station the other
'No, ma'am," was the
naive reply; I're been married nigh
on to forty years,"
Two Virginia colored iBeu, having a
dispute in regard to politics, agreed lo
a mock duel. They repaired to the
field of honor, took their places. Hs
h.ircd their shot-guns, and one man
fell fatally wounded. There was shot
in one gun, though . neither of them
Says the Commercial Adrcrtiicr: '
"If only one-h:df the shams were re
move I from the pen-ion rolls and only
those retained who were seriously inci
p u;":!a'ed from earning their bread, the
p n-io-i deficiency, instead of being
- O.JO.OOO wouhl'not foot up $2,000, if
A mysterious box was sent from
.iiicrie.i to an English member of par
ii iiinuit ' Ji .'.vaj opened with great
!tPC:iu!ion at the Woolwich, arsenal.
Il a. tho'ight to he the abode of some .
."liiVi demon of the genus dynamite.
It conta ned samples of rtnno. An
I't.ier lieudish outi ago on F.nglish nobility-
A man was arraigned before a jus
iue in Jersey City, the other fay, on a
charge of disorderly conduct, preferred
iv a policeman. When asked for par
ticulars the policeman said: "I was.
wsilking along the ' street, and as I
passed the man ho said 'boo'' to mc and'
put I. is fing'T to his n sc." The justice
put t!i case off to g;vo himself tha to
ascertain under ' what statute saying
"bo" becomes a misdemeanor.
Ti e importance. attached to the W'-ite
lephaut in Siam . is traceable to the
prevalent religious system Buddhism.
When Gautama Buddha made his last
ay tar; or desceut in visible form be
fore coming upon the earth to teach, h
adopted the guise of a white elephant..
Tiie homage and solicitude that beset
iho so-called lord white elephant Is
greater than "doth hedge a king."
Near Oecum, Conn,, a man saw an
osprey eagle swoop down to the surface
of' a mill-pond and seizo a pickerel.
Tiie tiird then flew toward land, but
dropped his prize owing to the squirm
i:v of the fisii. Auain he pounced up-"
on i is ful ing prey, seized it and s!it
m i to a great height. He then let it
fall and followed it.- Bv this latter fall
t.io fUh was killed, - The eagle then
picked it up mil lie. avay.
Can I drive him, do you' think?"
Mr. Slowhoy timi:lv asked the livery
man, as he c'uaibAd into the buggy and
handled the Ji ies with some misgiving.
"Land, yes," said the hoatler. with
hearty eucouragemeut. Anybody
can !rive .him; a child can drive him;
b it," ho added, as the horse went down
the street like a rocket, climbed over a
h i'-vagon, shook Mr. Slbwboy into the
Miss'ssippi river and left the buggy
hanging to the arm of a lamp-post, "it
takes a railroad train to keep up with
him." ' ' '
(ientlenan meets a friend and taket
him home to dinner. Arrived at ihe
h tio he leaves Fiim in the sitting-room
to announce the f -ot to his wife. The
f-i.-ml, heaiing directly a clamor of
tongues in the ndj inin; room, decor
ate t!iu" kevhole with his oar; ' Shrill
'Voi--t:' Always the way bringing
r oplo home without a minuttt's waru
iii:! Him, too! Why couldn't you
leave him 1o batten on . his usual free
lu c'i rou e?" Hoarse -Voire: S-d.J"
S! rill Voice: "I. wont ssh!" Hoar e
ViHce: "I tell 3-ou you willl Oh. if he
"oWlin the room outside, -wouldn't
1 j:st uv--'J' -' TcTfrli'Ud, ft-
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Scalds, General Bodily
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Tooth Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
.... ... . Pains and Aches.
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with fiaio cao bare cbeap and xiUi proof of iu
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dead, and a base fraud on the public. This book ia
entirely new. Theonly work worthy the theme.
. genii tOc. in atABipa for A cent's Outiit.
W. H. UeCkAOi, lc Moines, low.
a weeK in your own town, ij out
lit free. No rick. Everything new
Capital not required." We will
furuihh you everything. Alany
are making fortunes. IjtdJescan
make as much as men. aud boys
ami fiirl- i:i;tk great p:iy. Header, if you want
a business ut wliicli you can make great pay ail
the time yt u work, write for particulars lo II.
Hallktt & Co.. 1'ortland Maine. 30ly
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of appetite.Tfanea.bowel8 costive," ,?
PaiioTp tbcHead.with adull aensationln
iHenbaok partTJ'aia nn9r the shoulder -blade,
fuiineaa a"fteieatirLwith ajaialn
clination to exertion of body or imncH
Xrritabitity of temper, Low apjrjJLioag
oten29T5withJeeUngof havlngij jj
l"cted aome dutjr, weariuesa, IizsiBo,
lutteringt of the Heart, "DoUbeforetbe
eyea. Y ellow Btfn, Headache, Heatleaa-.
ness at nightTtieaiy colored Urine. ."
IT THESE W AEIKGS ABE UlTHEEDED, -SERIOUS
DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUIT'S FELLS are especially adapted to
Fiich cisea,oie close effects such a change
of feellBfr as to astonish the sufferer.
They Inrrrax- ttie Appetite, and ctuise the
body to Take on FlrMi. tbns the system Is
ouriahel.ai.1 by thirTonie 4etifc)nn the
1)1(m11tp Urffana, RearnlHr KUkle ars pro-diK-eil.
1'rloe cfnta. HA Morray Sit-, w.lf.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
! Gray HAta or Whiskers change to Oixisar
Black by a single amli-atioii of this Dyk. It
iinpartf a natural color, acts Instantsneously.
hold l)jrDrui!iL-t ur wnt by rxprrs cm rec-i of $1.
Offlco. 39 Murray St., New York.'.
af Pr. TTTTS A3ir U. af V.lmbl" InbratllM a4 k .
B fu-fttl KrliU will sialr KKk applifaUaa.0 -
cukks Tuomxns TKARiVr, p
A POSITIVE CURE K
-dUfMr Restores tne Appetite: c
a,lsS8tMstfci the System; 9
0sksjp-:Jhs Restores tne weaK K
. WrJ?3&Ra A trial of it will pro all Br
A V$2jf23i for nr. Crook's) tVloeb
i r " or xnri lane aa .
jA H I r.r tal by all l)rugtm.
i.m 9. n - w mi i n h wws wr M
A trnlnnhlM IMarnrflrv snt VTmr Dennrtara in Msd-
leal Be I h nee. A positively !(ec-uve Kuiedy for tUS
t iedy and permauHat Curd fur oicnnlc wensness-tlis
doKlorable disease rsrtultias trom Jnoisoreet praeticxis
or excaaaes in yoc-.-b or Ht any ciiae of hfa by the onlf
true -way, vlas Direct Application actio by Ab
sorption, ana exerting- its apeciiio iiiflaeocson to
Vesiclea, Ducts, and Glin-I, that am nnabia to ps
form their nataral functions while tnis disease w
ades the hnraau orfraaism. The use of tbs Pastille
Is stteodecl with no pain or inconrenienoe anu does
not iaterfere with, the ordinary pcirruits of life; it Is
qylckly dlssolrad and soon slxwrbrd, frodaui aa
immealate soothing so l rrotorattvs effect spoo tha
nervous organisations wrecked from vicions habits or
sxoesses, etoppinir the cli am from the system, r.rrtoe
l&c Ibsiiiimi to Ueaith rd1 sound memory, rtraoT
latr the DIinneM of Sight. Confusion ot Ideas,
Aversion to eVccity, etc, etc.. and this apperho
of preointure old affansacll? scccmpas7i this
-troubles sod roe tori rui tbe vital forces, where the
have been doriaaot for ysrs. This mode of trest-
ant baa stood the tcrtt ii very severe esscs. and ia
now s pronounced s'icccss. lrairs are too much pre-,
scrfbed tn this trouW j, siiH, ss man? can bear .lt
aessto,wltb but little if sny 4rmanent80od. There.
Is no nmrniw ah)t hls r'-.iration. Practical ob
servation enablns as to positively guarantee that I
wiil give ssiisfact.on. It hies b-en in Keneral use
for severnl years snd we cure tbouasads of testt
monlals fr.im patients, os to its value, and it is now
conceded to be (w rno.t mtinnal means yt dts.
covered for reaching and curing this very prevalent
trouble, that Is woll tnown to be the nose of untold
misery to so many, end n?on whom quacks prey wUn
their nselecs nostrums sod bis fees. The Uemtxly
' is pntnp In nat boxes. of thmeair.es, Ke. l,enoaga
to last a month,! S3; Ho. . (sufficient to effect a per
' manent cure, unless In eroro S5, Sot Ka 8.
(lasting over three months, will restore those In tbe
worst ceodil ion.l $7. Sf-rit by mail. In plain wrapp""-
Fll DIRECTIONS for usm will. acoompaiir
eirt for seieer eaertirt re J-empn-
fcf g ivi itff Aumtomical MllumtrttUottm
erswi TssfimSHH, svic will roBcinr
IM issft ifcrshral tfisf I Aetf rnn ss rs
lerrd to ferfrt Heal in. tenet fas iui
fsroes 1 horn' Iff r-rooi(f ersne
i tf sieve affectea. ac ujmx mjf
HARRIS REMEDY CO. KFCL CHEMISTS.
Market anil SlhSlt. ST. LOUI3, MO. '
UnaoliettorJ testimony to the Eftloacy el
. Prof. Harris' Pastilles, taken from Let
; tsrs receiver! from-Patronii- . . ,4
- Indians. April IX, T9 I be Bemedy la working per-
fectly. .iid erjjIfr-Ttrryt wawkm.-. far 8 years fcast. ,
lows, Oct. 10th. am almost sorprised st oo
Pastilles. They have worked Ukp a charm on . lata
Juattwic-sas much of a rnsn as I was before taking. I
vw on the verge of the grave. 1 thought. v,nd there was
j ao euro f of rev, but mom I am In rood hopes tut S sure.
West Virjrfnla, Au iS,iSia I received Tour mads,
cine snd I beli?ve it hna cured ma, for which I am very
. thankful. Inclosed find i. Please send me another
box f No. ?1 for a friend. Yoa have dona a rea taisa
tor me. , I Will send yon all t he orders 1 can. r
From a Pnyaicain and Surgeon'
' VQssonrt, Jane Ji. Please forward ma another bos
Of tli Fuaviiica. I he patient oo whom I have used
miost of one box, ia addition to a ssmple box, is fast
reooverin, and I tnink an.ther will set him all riarht.
From a Orcgglst. - -:
Marrl.ind. Sept. Z?9. Last Jananry we -rot. a borirf .
your Keme4y for one of our customers, sad ? ass made
atifrrtfaotenreof him. We h ve auothcr customer now
"utfertos-TflT tW VKBieVarT Vtn? - jks '
A --- e j df ic J- aaa
JrtyL 'stiie Best of Tonics; fir
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general jobbing
I am now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
ot farm and other machinery, as there
i -- a good lathe fu my shop. - ,
- : ' PETER ' RA (JEN, :
The old Reliable Waon Maker
has taken charge of the-wagon sbop.
He to well known as a : ?. . ;
. . Ka 1 WORKMAN.
IVew Watreni nd Baa-lett made tm
'Order. . . .:
: SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Shop on .Mixth street QDOsite ftre'iifbt's Stable
MACHINE bHOPS I
PlattMnaoath - Xebraska..
liepa irer .. of, , S team Engine, Boilers,
i .. Saw and (Jrist Mills, . ; ;.
GAS AND STEAM FITTINGS.
Wrought Iron Pipe. Fc-rce and Lift Mei.Steam
Gaut-es, Safety Valve ioveruor and all
- Kiutln of Bras. Eugine Kittinjjs,
repaired on short notice.
- Also all kinds of
- KABH UACJII.NKItV.
. j US I' Oi EXlili' AI1AJX,
i'tw, Clean, First (Jla-s-i llai Hhop,
onMaiu Rtr'i.i't t'orr.cr ! 5th. t'l:it'-iiiitU
Kferybotly on hand tor tithli. teiicitj ..n-iu.
. .: . . Jrl.0
BOWS' BRICK YARD.
In the rear of. the lion nor -t;tM-s
. ON-FOURTH STREET. -
Fir s t-G lass Brick ,
READY A2TD FOE SALE. .
Will do Contract Work and Guarantee
J. IJOXS & SON,
JONES & EIKENBARY
Successors to Jones & Agnew.
Again takes charge of the Old
Brick Livery Stable.
PL ATTS MOUTH, - - NEBRASKA.
'The old Bonner StAbles. In Plattsmiouth. are
now lffced by Jones & Eikenbarv and they
have on band New and naiuUouie accommoda
tions, iu tim shape of
HORDES, CARIiTAGES, BUQQIES,
i - and . .
We are now prepared to keep
FOR SALE TRADE!
And will .
Train and Break Colts
' ' On Reasonable Terms. -
: r . ALSO REMEMBER,
i That with plenty of room Cthat eery one
knows we have) in our etable, we can pet Fann
ers' stock and wajfotm. loao i ot hay, &c under
oorer, ler- tbey will keep dry.
Thai.ki iir all tiie old patrons for their liberali
ty, we soiioit their trade for the future, sati&ecl
that we can accommodate them better and do
better by tliein tlian ever before.
501y JONES cfc EIKXB.VRY.
. ' ' ' PLATrs.MOUTII, NEB. '
v Flour, Com Meal d- Feed ;
Always on hand and for sale t lov.-fst cash
nrices. The litehext nrices rtaiil for Whear Mr.d
1 ('ornj : I'articular attention Ktvt-n ru.tt?:!! vork.
! U m 1 1 1 ' M H w-ij e , h -
THE iiO.N .sLcci t '
ever riiwcovt'rc'd. a it Is certain iir It viU'i-ti
and does not lilisler. A'co. eecilent Joi l;u
iiian riesii.' liKAL) rKOOr" litLOW. . j
COf. Li. T. FOSTEK.
Voungstown. Ohio, May lath, 1S80.
lit. B. J. Kkndall & Co., Genie:-! bad
very valuable llauibletomn eoit which I iiizea
vcrv lii-i lil v. he had a lar'C bone spavin on one
joint and a small one n t fie other which m:tcie
hint, very lain'; ; I had him muter the eharjrv of
twa veterinary surueons whU li failed to eurf
him. 1 wa oue dav reading the advertisement
or Kemlali Saviu C rj-e in the uuicuko r.x
'iiress, I cieteriuined at once to try it. they or
tiered three bottles; 1 took them all anl
thought I would give it a thorough trial. I used
it according to direction -and the-fourth day
the colteeased to be lame, and the lumps L v
disavipeared. 1 used but one bottle and the
eoita liiuba are as fiee from lumps and as
siiiootli as auy horse In the state. He 1 enttro
ly cured. The furev sw so remarkable-that f
let twa' of m' nelrtibore have the reniainina
two bottles, who are now using iL, . . .
KeMull's-: Spvin Cnre;
V".., OK HUMAN FLESH. !
I'aUeu't MilU, Wash. Co.', S. Y.'Feb." 2lst. 1878.
Die rj. j. KKSDALL.I)er Sir : The particu
lar eue on whieh ! used your Kendall's" Spavin
Cure was a raalignarrt ankle spiaia ot sixteen
months standing. I had tried niuuy things, but
In vain. Your Spavin Cure put the foot to the
ground again, and for the first time since hurt,
m a Battnl position.' Fur at family liniment it
excels anytuiag we ever used". . I : .. -c
x ours Truly.
. : . Kev.M. P BKLI...
Pastorot M. E. Church, Patten's Mills, N. Y.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Send artdreifor Hlustmted Circular wiicii
we taiak ci ves pestiv proef of iu virtues. N
reniedv baa ever met wuli such unfiualifred nuc
cens to, our knowledge, for beast as well aa
roan - - : " l 1 "
; PrrceJt.lier bottle, or six bottles for 5. ATI
liruiiijipls have it or run set It for you. or it
will be seat to auy aildress on receipt of price
by the iironrietorsUtL it. J. KK-NIaH U CO.
Hiosbur. FaUa Yt. r . . . W'
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
buies now feetore thevub-liV-
You vmi maAe nione y tastw
er stcua fur us ill a at auy
tiii.i else." Capital e.7t"a-ect.
We will start vou. 12 t flay
Mini unwards made at Uui-.m by
tlw iitclu-trious.. Men. v.iii-n. bojs and gi-l
wanted everywhere to work for us, Nuw Is the
time, ou caitwak la mare timg only. or. ;ve
your wbule fine to the luiue s, Vou -;i;. nvt
at hemeand Ucelhe-vve)i-(t.. :N'iolhr bmniMS
will pay jou neiirl) as r.No oii-.chii to
iiiiike enoruioiisDay br-eng "gifg t osi. e. Cc-.t-
iy outfit aird terro Xrrf. Moujcr.sua'itf x.sua?-,
ily aiitt honoraldv. A'ddVeR- -
m: tf - - n
NEf HARDWARE STORE.
Has just opened au entire new stock of hird
ware.ou . r -; : : ,.' .;.
xmm yBL ji'im; . nss jarjajaTwa3et:.
Next door west of Chapman A Smith's Drus
- Store.. -:...
A Full liiue of .
SHOVELS, RAKES: SPADES ana
ALL GARDEN TOOLS.
NAILS, NAILS, NAILS, by the Ke
or Found- '
ROPE, POWDER, SHOT,' GRIND
' STOtfESS- r ' ---
7 A Full Line of CITI.KRY. - ; ' -- ' "
Special Rates U Guilders- and Con-
ti actors. ' tj : . . . . r M v ,
All Rood sold as lo i they possibly can we
and live. ' It r
H; A. WATERMAN : & SON
. ' Wholesale and Retail Dealer u
PINE LUMBER, ' - ". .
LATH. , 7 .
SIILXGLES. " :
' ' - SASH,
DOOKS, - . : i
' ' ' ' '"ETC :
- v ETC.
Mai street. Corner of Fifth.
rLATTSMOUI.I,. . r - - NEB.
J. D. SIMPSON,
6eo."WoOuS & Co. Pipnnl Oriani
Xews Depot, Magazine and Papers,
" Confectionery, Tobacco "
' x . and Cigars. - ' ' ' J
Main Ht. opposite Isew Hotel. - .
VVILTlIAM. 1:7. EROIjD,
ateaier in , -
BLANKETS, . ;'
"-. FLANNELS, ' .'.
, . . ' ' -:o:
GROCERIES 0F ALL KINDS
, liige stock, of ,
BOOTS and-SHOES -CLOSKl)
OUT AT COST.
an(i in fact everything you can call for in
the line of
CASH PAID FOK HIDES AND FFHS.
All kinds ot country moduce taker n ex
eh an;;e for goods.
Is made troin a simpe Tropical Leaf of Kare
Value, and Is a lenitive Kemedy for all the
dieases that cause paias iu the lower purs of
the body for Torpid l.ivr Headaches Jaun
dice Dizziness. Gravel, Malaria, and all difa
eultles of the Kidneys. Liver aod Crinarv Or
gans. For Female lll-cessrs. Monthly' Men
struation, and during fregnancy. it lias no
equal. It restores the 'or:iu that make the
blood, and hence is the het Blaod Parlfler.
It is the only known remedy that cures that
seouree, Hrieht'M illsesse. For Diabete.
u-e U'araer's Mafe Iliabeteis Cqre.
Knr S.ile by Drufrtrlels Mid ikr:ini- a Bl.!
per bottle. Larij?t huttiu ii the market. Try it.
If. If. W AUNEK c' CO.. Ilocliester. N. T.
NO CHANGIKa CABS
O.rlAlIA Oil ITA'lTSMOrTII
hero diicct connection)! are made with -
Tlirougii Sleeping Car Line
NKW YORK. BOTTOM, f PJIH1 J.DELfHlU,
C.fLtlOEE. WylrHINTOX, '
AND ALL EASTERN CITIES.',
TTlc She) t jLLrte ;
: Via PEORIA fur .. '
IXD1AXAPGL&S. LOUISVILLE. ClXCJJfr
; v If ATI, aiulall iMiii&Lii. ii .. ,'.
Where Pirect ronnectlons are luade in' tt;e
UNION DEI'OT ilh"Thiouj:h Sleephijc f'ar
Lines for all pointsia Oil's? li.: .t : 4 ..
THE XEiV LINK FOR' - -Mi
THE FAVOitlTE' ROUTE FOR
The oneqtiaJed Induce. rH nt offered by thir
une ie in
id J'ounsts are aa follows :
PullniRti - M- Wheel falac
: only on tills Une. ' i
litco urawiuj;-tiooia Cats,
inlut'' Chaii-s.' ' No Extra
tciiimi; cnairs, . . j
it Palace UmlnglCara
fitted With elegant
Kc-to1 ne lit airs, for
f ii tst-claaa paaMettKera.
Track- antl Rupenrt
i their Great Through
:ii;alove ail others,
'oiniort. -- '
. - . f !
's. ot.tted ilae- for
cd biatts -and
tialu . -jX ;:U'u
-- - . -
'. Al iafurnia;
tn Ccr Acch
f Fare, Sleep
' ? to . . '
- - - - t .
'. ulcatto. i
! 1 .'" A complete stock of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FROITS, CONFECTIONERT, CIGARS AMD TOBACCO.
ffe carry the biggest stock of CANNED GOODS in this City.
jr l'Iae Teas a. Specialty, jci
i " - . . ' c ' ' . : : . AGENTS POR . " ' : ' . ' ' '
. C. S. Maltliy's Moit ReliaMe";Brani of Baltimore Oysters. .'
' M '" iood Delivered Free'
assvjBseMSSeaawisswaaea5aia,t in, Kmrnm mn.i '.TtatMLjtmimmi ''UK '. 1' SDSSIc
a , .- ..- . i i i 6 rf --a. v. ,
Contains Pepsin, Rhubarb,: Mandrake Gcntiiin
And cures Dyspepsia, Loss of AppetiU, illioaBne9 and all derangemenU
of tiie Stomach arising from over-eating and drinking. Prepared only bj
BROWN SIRDICI.E AND MAXCFACTCHIXO CO
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, and for sale by all Pruggiita.
The Old Grocery &
Although Lection is over we are not done selling goods, by n long shot.
' . . lb
OU WILL FIND ATF.S. WHITE'S ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
BEST STOCKS OF GOODS, OF A LL KINDS IN THE TO WN.
KrcerIe? HDry srood (Rlsiss S
The nicest Green Winter Apples for sale. Over aoo Barrels dwn Cellai
Potatoes by the Car-load, PEACH BLOWS
CASH PAID FOR HIDES FURS, TALLOW, dC, at
JP. S. T VIZI TJU S,
. , ... . . , . . . ...
v:Z 1 reserved for '
SllTH, BLACK & CO.
Great chance to make nion -ey.
Tlios who alwaj-s lake
advantage of th Koed
chances for maklnir innney
that are offered, generally
, uecionie weauny. wnneiuey
sho do nnr-improve snoh chauces remain In
poverty; .V want many men. women, boys and
air s to work for us ritrht in their own hx-nlltles.
Any one can do the. work properly from the j
ftr-t Mart. The Ualness will pay more than ten
tiniescinlinary waees. Expensive outfit furnish- i
eiiree. No one who engage fails t- make mor - :
ey raDiiil.v. Voir an devote your wi-tl time to i
the work, or on!v your sp:tre" iroine-iit-a. KhIImi-
formation and all that is needed -c-n: :ee.Ad '
tires l:vlyj Stihoh ti l V i ami.JJe- J
, l'nnfii'is Fresh, Pure Milk
; Seti.i! c-itIS i tended to. and Fresb Wil
from sav-ie '.. hu rd'hed v I t u uanieil. ' 4ly
TVH.h.. sivat wlalm H 5S, Wtiltemrul RanttasOa.
. ImMAtiua Koiacl. bolul njd 412. CnpeBt ad ms
furvMreva MoriMvuUttva purjwv. VluUcar .
Wura. TUOMPt.) M Co., Hi lauuK. Jtv lark.
tf 1 limn .HI
1 vtiM a new rrowai si fcair.H'aiakera er Huaiacls '
13 actually r.rtMlnc'l
; r. siuiwna Co., a OUatca fix, Krw HsTa
617 St. CJiarles Street, St. Lonla, Mo.
A reJariKsdaaaa rs4 Medical fWlaeaa. baa beea
wnbtv 1uumJ toaa aay oCber xiyaieUa In fcrlrfwHae
mx, mrf w.-t Hi! old raai.iaats Inov. iviihUj.
eeue7c'(Mi.W)k 4u-ict'ir, OrcjslUa. Kopture.aU
Urinary 6v-5ri:tS r larcruriai AiTecSioaa e
Xbroat. fesla or Hjnmm crare-i HttlMr. IMvaSelr.
BK-rruaiirTrwa Bextial Ili!lt7 ImpctoBCT
as tha result of KU-A bnse, SKraai exoaaaae ka acatwr
T"jr.or orr larnlrrwerk, prodariiMrvnoaaaa,aeiain.
al eutoaloas. dvbulw. cflatawwe ef sisiiMefetrtive nin
err. fh yii dmir, amvlos to aovivty eonfoeioa ee
Maoa, inea of esxmal pewev,airt Inn ua.recK! rUj mcr.
rlae Improper .are Deriaaacnitlrc-n-eJOaruraltaUeai '
as eitee or bp naU free sal lavltod. raatplUet eaa
:svaaa. MedMaee Ml by sstvll er exerses. Cares
rmc(4l. ravi-arj4rrLiK U la iraak If staled,
as II Utraeiellto, ca
' l am woo
I whoie Merr, watt told.
' imm a-icueotar. Vlbn sait aiarrr. arbi aoi. vkr.
aLanhaod, VTaaMaMod, Poraiual cieoas. Wlao aimeJ4
wvmrrf : sow C ?D a4 lanylrxwuMlaltt I'leilnUccM
ut eeliriaer and ex alien, and saaar mere. IIiiii saarrie4 '
ereeaeaaaaisMes ssarnaweetaoald reed H saee keeeaa).
der lera mmA hmr. S5 eta. bv mail ia umjt ev pee.
ion react mm STKMrcre.
JTer tae speedy
I Manhood. Fi
fma Becnw-y ,t
bro-j 0 on br (Mif. ' '
Zeoaa. Aarvtrtt-'?'rieMiaeMiVMai.ass. tat,
f araive fsvS'e t - Oarlwa. fet. Iccta, t&tt.
TOS ChMAtit t, St. tr Ma. at eld ete.
vovwi.twm va c?are iwiawiTQUML Mmiaai vv au
aa, Unpoteaof'll nraaof a
. Uruaarr or XOacMev dl
eared In a turn ctnra - Art ta d
evii amceejaSLVioiaa eraaiu.iwa .
aoMilria Advise Ire. Coari
fee life 4a
r. Oarl mr vnw
sa ajre"vitJ'oe. vTnmr toctX toriwosl
for (cro steals
. fctii2Aa4 VH1 mtHatA r.mt, ST. Jil
..rpHK PbvataiaBS ia eharee of thia old sad wall kcow
. 1- toetliavioa af evcvlar Bradsatesla ssedirtoa tec
uryi-rv. Teare of Sxperteaoa in tee treaiuwni at
ri.ronio Piaeeses have euade thatr eklll and aoihl
inocb aopertor to that of ta ordinary praltMW-
; tavr Sar anuirl a a-aUoa&i rvpatauoo inrou
. ivir tn aiajonl of crqst'gatt mum.
irosit - 1 wttk 4,urv
iim MMCnrj ok
t t ci c jfMisix to l- orrvJ Vt pafiaaia SMcriea '
i.:Otif4iia te aav s3h 4S vlltu. . - - . !
n j(,-'VaxaaWiiIVa 8cylrawrfcejf Hrfr,il4r. J
- Hwv..ilJi KlUIr llfcatcln..,.
J3ZnTWVMtJlkxk ..'.ill .. '
AiritTrtmreriitSit Va arvW
lit wi-sf--. vrJii
f an. .Uuiwa fl i-Umm,
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,...s het aoot its viouias for btialoewe or Swr;. .'if A . i i , 'H i. il t
- mmmrrti'.tmrmd. e taod-rrte eapeoao. iwSI WUl H i'i'm- H M I
In any part of the city
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Th majority afth ill ote as
htntif mri' front a Hmtngettfnt mf
I.lver, njfrrting lth f aveiaf
hoirrls. In anli r tn A'r-t m psefc M f
mrtttnry Ut r-we ttim cas. Jrrfftt-,
In' it'.a Hlufi(th (irffss mfthm liumitt,,
II rAv"'!'.' '"' ltHm-mh, faMk
is thr I'.tirkand I.ain,etr.,iniimr tKm
the Liver ii at fnult,ni thmt nmtv rm
qmtoet mttltUinr tm rtmLlotki ryare) tm,
Utrmvr mff imptiriti:
Prickly AsH nitterrejaey
eempounde! fmr t A ta y rpm -. Tkep mr
mild Sis lAeie art I am and effnttrm mm m
Hire ; mreplitmmni to the tmotemmd -
eutlly lj both ehildren and ad-IU. Ta
lc rn mrrordina fo iHrttloni, thg we a,
afe a M st- Ira s u I t r e far T y st ptXial ,
General rclli:ty,ri-.tlttil Con
stipation, llK-aM.-vl Klclaeya.
etc. etc. 'nllloofl IurlUr them
car mu prrior to any other mmmMelmot
etemnuing tho eymteam tKmrnvghlm, e)etd)
f rcMr-tijt sea Ufemmd energy to the tm
valid. Jt is a mexSldnes and not
asi tibi ill tats T na ruciti am inittf,
! ' ana take a mX3xw. rKfCSv (l.ao aer BostU.
1 ETC RSS; t C45.. - SOLE rRCf RIETCo,
- sU-Xaxata and Xaaaas Otr. ao-
JPeCL 13 HI 5.
TK'e continue'to'aci aa fkil iJtora fay" Patents,
Caveat. Trade Marks, Ctwvrlgbt. etc.. fcr tiie
I'Liied Mates. Canada, Citb-c, Etifcl ind. France,
(iennany. eel. We havf? had frtjr-atw
yesnt esper-lrae. , ,
FatenM obtained thrn It 6 rs noticed In
tiie Ht lEHTteic AMr.KK AV. 'llils larife and
spieiwlid lllitrated weekly paiier, $3 20 a year.
ows the rrocrvss of Mclence. is very mierssl-
tnc, and lias an enonaeus clrculaticrn. Address
Mli N M ti t;o.. Vutent Ko)i:Htrs, Pulllaheni of
Scikvtihc AMdiiaN, 37 t'ark Kow, New
rork. 11a id bcKk about ratenUsest free, un
!'n J9nT"rIy name, fiamptes vaortfc
1-0 3tlaAfre. Afldr. 8Tlltox AtV
LOST MANHOOD RESTORES.
A TlottiB of yoathfnl larprndenoe eaastmr fusia
are Liecar. Xerveua Sabiurr. Ixmt HaaaooaL ea
Waving trlrd in vain every known remedy, aaa mtm-
wvnaispaiaeif0nre, watea na win awad tm-
so tu leuowwmfferers, Aam df. U.
3 CbatfaBin ttU, N. 1.
it sereearc (or LKCCORaHJla V WKXTK3. W" 1 1
1 CURES CLE2T ATD CONORRNfA
f-Tl 1 6 lUt.l WtttlOUt tkoai.
Koul ay all SrafSIXa.
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