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PLEASANT PICTURE OF INDIA.
K Choice Lot of" stories About .'unites,
Scorpion, nnl t'ontliictlrs llw-p-
One of tlic American liiiijrazinua
vhicli canto to I'nnlnthi not long ago
:ontaiiu'il si harrowing account of a
off which took place in tho close
icigliborhoocl of alligators anil niocca
lin snakes. Alarming as such an in
sitlunt must have been, it was really no
liorc than a mere trifle compared to
;he experiences which people who live
n this part of tropical India have to
indergo almost daily.
In one governmental district in In
lia about 2J.0J0 persons aro reported
is dying yearly from the bite of pois
jnotts reptiles or the attack of savage
leasts. Considering tho perils with
A'hich one is beset here in l'anhala, the
(vonder is that the number of deaths is
lot very much larger. Leopards and
:igers arc shot in tho country around
iere, and at times they prowl
iround tho dwellings of the peo
jle in the night and sometimes try
;o effect an entrance. Poisonous rep
iles aro so numerous and so quick to
mprove every opportunity to enter tho
louses that no one can relax his wat ch
illiness for a moment without being
Dlaccd in danger of his life. For in
itance. no one would think of getting in
;o bed without first looking for what
aiay be, and consequently is, cozily
Miseonced between the cool sheets. Is'o
ne would spring out of bed in the
light without first striking a match,
sven though he be so bravo that he
Dooli-poohs at tho idea of keeping a
iightlamn burning. Even the bath is
lot a luxury entirely devoid of danger
!rom one or more of these poisonous
jreatures. To day a snake is found in
jne's shoe; to-morrow in the bath
ipongo there is a scorpion. The next
lay a centipede is found under
Sower-stand: and the next there is a
tcorpion in the novel one has been
reading, or a snake on the shelf or
i snake hidden away in one's napkin at
Not long since a friend from the coast
related, while visiting here, a recent ex
aerienco which is really not uncom
mon in this part of the world. One
ivening, leaving tho lamp in his dress
ng room, he stepped into an adjoining
room in tho dark. Noticing the peou
iar odor, so like that of raw potatoes,
which often indicates the presence of a
snake, he called his wife to bring a
:ano and lamp. Knowing well what
such a call means, she lost no time in
providing tho needed stick and light.
There on the step over which lie had
just entered tho room lay an immense
:obni, enjo.ing the coolness of the
place after a hot day on the scorching
plains. Mr. I had stepped directly
sver his majesty; and had it not been
'or the unmistakable odor which be
trayed tho snake ho might not have
ived to tell the tale. It is a fortunate
fact that the cobra can readily be killed
with a cane or club.
One Sunday afternoon while walking
in his plantain garden, deeply engaged
.u thought, a gentleman hero was made
not a little astonished to have a large
make spring from between his feet and
n;lide into one of tho small buildings at
tached to the place. It had been en
gaged in swallowing a toad and seemed
as startled as tho Sahib himself. The
latter calling for ludp instituted a chase.
It took some courage to outer this
small room as it was not known to what
species tho reptile belonged. Armed
with a new American ax and a bamboo
eane the hunt progressed for a few mo
ments, during wh'eh the snake sprang
several times seemingly its full length
into tho air, making futile attempts to
escape. The ax came oil' conqueror and
it was found to be a Dhainan, measur
ing seven feet seven inches in length.
J'his kind of snako has no fangs, be
longs to the coluber order, and "kills
with its ta l," so tho natives say. It is
known to be destructive to cattle, in
the nostrils of which it insinuates its
tail and then draws it forth with violont
It is no strange sight to find in tho
morning a cast-oil" skin of sonic snako
on the lattice which protects one's win
dow, or twisted about over a bit of ter
race wall or one's pot rockery, which,
by-the-by, is a most dangerous form of
ii'llower-gurden, as it all'ords shelter for
snakes, lizards, centipedes, and scor
pions innumerable. A few days ago I
found one of these sloughs of a cobra,
seven feet in length, but I presume it
was longer for being empty, for while
it is common to hear of a live-foot cobra,
duo seldom hears of one as long as six
Not many days have pased since
the following occurred: Ono stormy
evening a door bains: heard to slam ono
of our family went in the dark to close
it. This time, not from any odor but
from a feel ng tho instinct tanglit by ex
perience, our friend stopped with onj
foot raised, and called for a light. Tho
light was brought (for wo do not have
gas), and revealod a green, triangular
headed viper, just ream to strike with
its ivory whito fangs, which at tho time
seemed" immensely long. The reptile
was struck down at once and held lirni
ly with ono stick until a second one
could bo brought. 'Meanwhile the
doadly but still pretty creature was
writhing about tho cane which hold it,
biting and tearing its own flesh. The
Etrango fact which Dr. Weir Mitchell
made known to the world in 18G8, that
n poisonous "Miako can not poison it
self," is no less strango because truo.
One evening, sending u sopvant to
hunt for u pair of missing scissor3. wo
were not much surprised to have him
soon run in breathlessly, saying:
"Como. sahib! Asnake, asnake!'' On
Investigation wo found that in looking
In a corner for tho missing article, in
stead of seeing tho looked-for scissors
wo saw tho bright, bcad-liko eyes of a
snako called ratra (night) looking into
his. It is a pretty snake, being of a
fceal-brown color on tho back, crossed
by eroscont bands of whito. while tho
belly la a beaut. fill red. Tho name may
not seem definite, but is given to it by
tho natives, who say it is found at
night, henco tha name. It was only
the next day that the bnbv of the houe
was found amusing itself by rolling a
jwk tniit back and forth over a ratra
which w.'ts. clo-io to its feet. Thoso aro
possessed of fangs, no of course aro
not harmless. A few nights later. jut
as I was about to .step in'to bd. some
thing told me not to move my raised
foot, .so carefully reaching for the lamp
and looking under my foot there 1 be
held a great scorpion, which after ileal h
niea-ured live inches as one would lie
or.-tand at eae if alive.
One night after supper as tho butler
removed i child's tray there as dis
closed to view a wicked little scorpion
underneath which might have inflicted
a painful wound had the child put lii
lingers under the edge. That very
evening as the familv were about to
have evening worship another scorpion,
probably a twin brother, came running
rapidly "toward a pair of lender little
bare feet. Whether eating, sleeping, or
praying, there is danger from the.e
creatures. In the cool, shadowy depths
of baby's sponge the wicked though
small scorpion finds a comfortable re
treat. A few months ago I found a grown
scorpion, and put it into an empty bot
tle. It was forgotten for a few" day.
When remembered and examined. ala!
where there had been only ono there
were twenty-eight! Hut this rapidity
of increase is oll'set by its bitter
enmity toward nil others of its
own kind. They seem, too, to
bo devoid of natural affection,
tho offspring destroying their own
mother. The ceutiped is not an infre
quent visitor. About tho size of a man's
linger, it is composed of alternate links
of brown and white, numb 'ring in all
eighteen or twenty links, making an en
tiro length of seven inches. I'aeh
link is furnished witli a pair of red legs,
and the round head and feelers, too,
are of the same bright color. The bite,
is usually fatal unless remedies aro ap
plied at once. Surely the promise in
the 91st Psalm are fulfilled to those in
this land who luive made the Lord their
habitation. l'anhala (India) Cor. Xcw
A topic of conversation in American
society, writes a Paris correspondent,
is tho lonely state of Mr. George Ban
croft, the historian, who a short time
ago was left a widower at the age of
86. I had a short and agreeable ac
quaintance witli Mrs. tioorge Bancroft,
when she and her husband represented
tho United States republic at Berlin.
Had she lived another year she would
have celebrated her golden wedding
with Bancroft, who was her second hus
band. They were an interestingcouplo.
Slio was ceremonious, without being
prim or starched. Her smile showed
self-complacency, tree, however, from
conceit, and certainly a wish to bo very
gracious. She spoke with deliberation,
and yet avoided draw ling, and brought
out every word with clear distinctness,
Mr. Bancroft, a white-bearded, hale old
gentleman, witli n linn eye, that denot
ed sagacity and quick perception, was.
when she spoke of him. "tho minister."
or "my husband." Ho was as cere
monious and as free from starch a- his
wife. Their mental habits and mode of
speech were cultivated before tele
graphese was invented and tho reaction
toward blunt Anglo-Saxon phraseology
had taken place. Mrs. Bancroft's con
versation savored of "elegant extracts."
It was pieturoquelv and prettily old
fashioticd. I only knew her when she
was staying in a hotel; but I was told
that she was a notable, although by no
moans a fussy, housekeeper, and that
the German erown princes picked up
many American culinary notions when
dining at her table such as cranberry
preserve with roast mutton, oyster
soup, pumpkin pie, and doughnuts. 1
one day had the pleasure of walking
round a horticultural show with Mrs.
Bancroft, who I found wa- an enthusi
astic rose fancier, and could teach most
of the gardeners who exhibited im
proved methods of cultivating diHerent
species of roses. She was also a walk
ing biographical encyclopedia. Who
was there within the Iat sixty-six
years in Europe or America that either
"lie or she had not known or seen or
heard about from mutual friends.
Though wo gladly welcome tho
prince of Wales into the ranks of the
amateur photographers of thi country,
it is difficult to understand why his roy
al highness should htivo ordered his
first camera from an American firm.
This, however, is what, according to a
contJinporary, he really did. But, in
anv case, the determination of our fu
ture king to do his own photographing
lias furnished a text on which that popu
lar writer, Luke Sharp, has founded
some very amusing observations. II;s
pen-and-ink picture of tho prince going
out witli a largo retinue, including the
lord high camera-carrier, the earl of
the plate holders, the focusing general,
tho usher of the black cloth, the groom
of the lens, the marquis of the tripod, is
a very laughable one; while the advico
subsequently given to his royal highness
to dismiss his retinue, put the camera
over his shoulder, buy a ticket for
the highlands or Devonshire, put up at
a country inn, and tramp over the hills
and far away, taking the views when
ever ho pleases, is undoubtedly sound
and good. What is more, there is a
precedent to it. The emperor of Rus
sia, whoso photograpic propensities wo
have previously mentioned, delights in
doing all his photographing for him
self. At Livadia, where lie is now slay
ing, a dressing-room adjoining tho im
perial sleopiug apartment had boon
specially fitted up as tho ezur'sj dark
room, and it is more than a minister's
place is worth to interrupt his majesty
when once the button of tho door has
been turned. It is said, too, that the olll
cials anxiously watch tho imperial coun
tenance when tho ozar emerges from
his mysterious closet; and if his ex
prossiou bespeaks a series of unsuccess
ful developments any requests that
may have to bu made aro deferred to a
more auspicious moment. - Photoyruph
There la eald to lie to much wit In S'ovada
that If n rallroml ever HqM the region whom It
exWU, tliure will bo no niarkat for foreign tail
u tills country.
The Japanese t)io-S3ttcrtniit iieotfaarily be
a lively pedestrian. HI can- U four fid wide
by sixty feet loag.
Tlic American Trotter.
It tniw I lie iiiticnii trotting lioree,
niul le t 'he nuttier, uliich U 1 1 1 - liiuli r-top-per
il liisliinn. Ilunmrs aro tired and
t ruined only tor the rnee truck, tor otli'ilii
lion nnil the elinticcs which render their
pel fortnniiceM ot interest to the cnnibliiii;
clues, lint for pool sellinc anil private bet
ting, the running race-tracks would noon
qrow up in weeks, niul the noble race of
blooded runners would die out. Per per
sonal two the running horse is of lit tie prac
tical value, compared with the recognition
of bin met its when middle riding ns popu
lar in the day gone by. But improvement
in the trotting strains receives encourage
ment hi tlie demand for horses of good
movement for rond uses. Most horseiT
which develop extraordinary powers of
speed, of course llnd their way to the race
track, but public exhibitions servo a good
purpose in advertising flue blood, nud pro
moting nn interest in improved horses
among the. people. Tho wonderful showing
in the trotting rccordstortho lust fewyenrs
must bring out corresponding signs of im
provement, not only in the fnshionablecity
drives, but, nlso, in the country lanes; and
while tho dnshiug gentleman Mushes by
everything on the road that doesn't inovo
faster than a mile inlMlO, tho farmer's boy,
with his girl by his side, throws dust in tho
eyes of his father's ambling "critter." Take
lust year's record and ponder. Two hun
dred and eighty threo trotters that, in
1SS3, for the first time knocked oft a mile
less than 2:!10, and twenty-four who en
tered the 2:20 lid! Thcro remains un
matched Maud S.'s time of 2:0S4', but who
knows but tlint in u few years this now
fancy record inny bo rated n8 rather slow
and "unprofessional," and abandoned to
the "speed rings'' of Uio county pig and
pumpkin shows. Cincinnati Commercial
The puin-bnnisher is n name applied to
St. Jacob's Oil, by tho millions who have
been cured of rheumatism and neuralgia by
Mnlildn Snowball, who had hired out to
a white family as a cook, carried homo to
her mother an immense basket loaded
down with all kinds of provisions, which
she had stolen from her employer. While
tottering under the load she met a e jlored
friend, who nsked:
"How is you couiiu' on wid dom white
"1'se gwino to leub 'em. Dey hasn't paid
dar groceryinnn in sich u long tiino I'a
ashnmed to moot him on du street."
Tho proprietor of tho Great Western
Poultry Ynrd, Mr. James K. Goodkey, St.
Louis, Mo., is enthusiastic ni his praise of
Red Slnr Cough Cure, which cured him
nfter all other remedies failed. Ho says it
neither constipates tho bowels, nor causes
I'oor t'olorliioa to.
First Lady Mrs. Gibbs, I hear your hus
band has failed.
Second Lady Yes. Ho is tho most un
fortunate man I ever knew; fails in every
thing ho undertakes. He tried to hang
himself after his failure.
1'irst Lady Poor man I Did ho succeed ?
Second Lady No I Fulled oven in that.
The rope broke. Philadelphia Call.
Wn.m:vi:ii name or designation is given
lo Fever luid Ague or other intermittent
diseases it is suTe to say that Malaria or a
disordered stuto of the Liver is at fault.
Kliminate tho impurities from thu system
and u sure and pr.iinpt cure is the inline
dinte result. Prickly Ash Hitters is the
safest and most effective remedy for all
biliary troubles, kidney diseases, and like
complaints that lias over boon brought be
fore the public. A trial is its best recom
Christine Nilsson's parents were poor
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Tho Anarchists, like Othello, want chaos
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The beneficial results produced by tho
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Ayer's AguoCuro is warranted a sure cure
for all malarial disorders.
Washinglonians uro happy people.
Every one of them is a capitalist.
THion Ttbr irui sick, m gT6 her CaUoria,
Then Bho wm a Child, alio cried fur Castorla,
When alio lircame Mils, she dun; to Cahtoria,
V.'Lsa (be hxd Children, she garo thorn Castoria,
Linen dresses trimmed with lace, an
H is not understood why druggists keep
in stock so many kinds of medicines for
coughs, colds, and consumption, when it is
only necessary to keep Allen's Lung Bal
sam, that old, reliable remedy, which is r
)iue vegotnblo preparation und perfectly
harmless, as it contains no opium in an
form. Sold everywhere.
"Under Hoim" is what they tall Stock
ton's Budder Grange in Germany.
We did not know but that our duiighto
would die every minute from inllammatory
rheumatism, I begun giving Athlophoroi
to her. In two days slio was around anc
did not suffer a pnln. Mrs. C. W. Brown
113 Sixth street, Milwaukee, Wis.
Somo mcnislikoterbakerwoniiB: They'n
The Oft Told Story
Of the peculiar medicinal merit! of HikkI'i Br
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n.ony of thouianli win have tried It. I'vcullar It
the combination, proportion, and preparation of Iti
IneredlcntH, peculiar In the extreme care with whlcl
t Uput uik llood'a Sariaparllls accompli. hct cum
where other prrparatlont entirely fall. I'tcultcr li
line unequalled eoxj name It lia made at home
which 1 a "lower of nucnutli abroad." peculiar Ii
the phenomenal talea It hit attalnel, Hud'a Sana
parllla Utile moil ovular and aucrei'ful medlclQ'
before ibe public today for purifying the hi tod, nlv
Ing atrecKtu, and crta'-.tig an appetite. Give It
"I differed from wakefulneta and low rplrtta, an
alto hiJ eczema on lh& back of my bead and neci
w lilchKaa very annoying. I took one bottle of Hood'
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lam very grateful, tut I am wa)t glad totpealc
good word for Iloud' bartaparllla." Mil. J, 8
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AN Ol'im I'.ATRU'S STOItY.
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t !n. la u'l T.m- ir.
"I ipiuui or dentil !'
This biiet sentence was fairly hissed Into
the ear of n prominent druggist on Vine
stteel by a person who, a few years ago
well off, is to-day u hopeless wreck!
One can scarcely reuliio the sufferings of
an opium victim. Do Qulncy has vividly
portrayed it. Hut who can fitly describe
tin- joy of the rescued victim?
II. t '. Wilson, of Lovclund, 0., formerly
with March, Hurwood it Co., tunuufnrtur
ing chemists of St. Louis, and ot the well
known llrm of H. C. Wilson fc Co., chemists,
formerly ot this city, gavo our reporter
yesterday a bit ot thrilling personal ex
perience in this line.
"I have crawled overrcd hot bars of iron
and coals ot fire," ho said, "in my agony
during an opium frenzy. The very thought
of my sufferings freezes my blood and chills
my bones. I was then eating ovcry ItO
grains cf opium daily."
"How did you contract tho iiabil?
"l'.xcossivo business cares broke inedown
and my doctor prescribed opium! That is
the way nine-tenths of cases commence.
When 1 determined to stop, howovcr, 1
found 1 could not do it.
"You may bo surprised to know," he
said, "that two-fifths of tho slaves of mor
phine and opium are physicians. Many of
these I met. Wo studied our cases care
fully. We found out what the organs wore
in which the appetite was developed and
sustained; that no victim was free from a
demoralized condition of those organs;
that a hope of a euro depended entirely
upon the degreo of vigor which could bo iin
putted to them. I have seen patients,
while undergoing treatment, compelled to
result to opium again to deaden tho horri
ble pnln in those orguifs. I mnrvul how I
"Do you mean to say, Mr. Wilson, that
you have completed the habit?"
"Indeed 1 have."
"Ho you object to telling mo how?'
"No, sir. Studying the matter with sev
eral opium-eat iug physicians, wo beenmo
satisfied that the appetite for opium was
located in tho kidneys nud liver. Our next
object was to find a specific for restoring
those organs to health. The physicians,
much against their code, addressed their
attention to a certain remedy and became
thoroughly convinced on its scientific merits
alone that it was tho only one that could
be relied upon in every case of disordered
kidneys and liver. 1 thereupon began using
it and, supplementing it with my own spec
ial tieatment, finally got fully over the
habit. I may say that tho most import
ant part of the treat niont is to get those
organs first into good working condition,
for in them the appetite originates and is
sustained, und iu them over nlnoty per
cent of nil other human ailments origi
nate.'1 "For tho last soven years this position
has been taken by the proprietors of that
remedy and finally it is becoming an ac
knowledged scientific truth among tho med
ical profession; many of them, however, do
not openly acknowledge it, and yet, know
ing they huvo no other scientific specific,
tJicir code not allowing them to use it, they
buy it upon the quiet unci presenile, it in
their own bottles."
"As 1 said before, the opium und mor
phine hubit can never be cured until tho
appetite for them is i outed out ot the kid
neys and liver. I have tried everything,
experime nted with everything and us tho
result of my studies und investigation, I
ran sny I know nothing can accomplish
this result but Warner's tfufe Cure."
"Have olhcis tried your treatment?"
"Yes sir, inany; und all who have fol
lowed it fully huvo recovered. Several of
thorn who did not first treat their kidneys
and liver for six oreight weeks, us I advised
them, completely failed. This form of
treatment is always insisted upon for nil
putionts, whother treated by mail or at
tho Lovolnnd Opium Institute, and sup
plemented by our special private treat
ment, it always cures.
Mr. Wilson stands very high wherever
known. His experience is only another
proof of tho wonderful (.nd conceded power
of Warner's safe euro over all discuses of
(hn kidneys, liver and blood, and tho dis
eases caused by derangements of thoso
organs. Wo tuny say that it is very flat
tering to the proprietors of Warner's safo
euro that It has received thu highest modi
cal endorsementand, afterporsistentstudy,
t is admitted by scientists that there is
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Stern parents beat carpets with impunity,
but they take a stick to their children.
When all so-called remedies fail, Dr.
Sago's Catarrh Itemedy cures.
Laudanum nud chi'drens' lives aro per
fectly iucoiuput it le.
I,yon' l'ntcnl Metallic stllTcnera prevent boots
niul nhocii from riainltiK "'r.
Crude pret l uleiiin is a recognized specific
for tho growth of t.tnaled eyebrows.
For Cuts, Galls, Old Soros, Scratch
es, Thrush, ott, uso Stuwnrt's Heal
ing Powtlor, 15 ami 50 conts a box.
Had cooking causes much tindito pro
fanity. bronchitis N cured bv fieciui-nt small doses of
l'tsii'kCiiro fur ('oiiMiiiiptkm.
Thonmateur gardener finds tho blisters
that bloom iu the spring.
If nMlleteil with Sure Ryes, usn Dr. Isnno
Tlioiuption's Hjo Witter. Druu-Klsts soil It. o
A short race -tho inhabitants ot Lilliput,
Is a (Ifincprmis its well ns tlUtmuInK complaint. If
noclocttMl, it inula, by impairing nutrition, sml do-Iresiiii-
ilm lime of the lyitoiu, to prepare tho waj
Quicklj and completely t'urr DjhprpMa In all
It. forma linn Hlliiirn . Itnlnlilmr. Flii Imr tlia
elo. It pitrichea and iiurifletttiie blood, stimu
latna tho apiHttito. and aids thn jinsluiitatinn of food,
' Mn. John II. lfonAiiT.OirJN.ieih rit.,Omsiia Nb.
rijs: " I sultxrod iwveriljr for six moiitha witli Indi-
f iction, 1 racelvwd no lsmptit from doctors, ltrnwu's
run lllttura completely curudm". I roconiiund It."
Mish N, l.KWIH, 131n California M.. Omaha, Nsb
says: "lliate timd Urown'a Iron Hitters fur
IHiimla, with i-xcfllttut results."
Mil. O. I). TiiOMl'BON. PrusKlst, Norfolk, Neb.,
says: ' I havo Is-eti curtid nf l))Hpepsia tiy the usn of
llrovvn'a Iron lllttt-rs and chourfullv recommend It."
lieiiutne has abnveTrado Malk andoroesod red line
i'uke no oilier. Alatleunly lijr
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oi'tffraafu hyouoot the lfdluj (-tijiiltUm of Uitcuunlrj.
Aik TourdrugfUt for AlhUJi-boroi, Jf joucaoi.ot gel It of
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Foot, and all de
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VI occur lllttcrt Is tin
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Vliio-rnr III tiers B-islnv
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The liest and surest Remedy for Cnro of
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lulmtiinilnlly In und In Kill, iniiklln t'onlnliia niura
than ll lnxnliiaino pii-Ki'ilpUin. emliracliiK eterr
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Il.l.lISTUATlX CSt Ml-I.i: I I! Ki: TO AM.
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5 Tun Wnuon Sriilrn,
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IIiuiii ailjiuilui; W
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LeadinpNos. 1 14, 04R, 130, 135, 333, 161.
For Salo by nil Stationers.
THE ESTERBROOK STEEL PEN CO.,
Work! Camden, N. J. 26 John St., New YorJta
ti4v ifOillU rciitjr lurtu lor uli by lia u
ttiouitudf of rant of Hi wrtl kind nt of dmf t4aJI(
twin curt d, lnrlil( m h odv li mr fsltri tn I'l tOlraer,
(htllwlll tfDd TWO UOrnX4 YUIX, to htrwlth ViL
UAULK TIIKATIVB on iMt rltM.to anytulUrur Qft.
pru and 1. U. tadrt.t. A.fcLOCL'U, 111 Vu L
IJcst CoiiBli Hyrun. Tualei griml. uso
ill lime, cola iiy uruucia.
Sk FACE, HANDS, FELT,
lm vitra aol .11 U.lr luwrUrlioBi. iMllfciiag 11.1,
typlei i lwlo,!!!..!, tiurltuul llir, tslnb alatk.
fix U ,ff SloUi, Wult, Jlolli, rrntl.., 111 Am, AIM,
f?r4sTJc3 "'' llt.Ji. nnn, rtlllna .-J Ik.lr invowL
M-VrVJ Dr. JOHN H, WOODBURYr7
A FREE SAMPLE.
To Introduce the urrat huuieleild remedy. OOR
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