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Unci I h Coinage.
In tho second northern gallery nt the
British museum litis been nrrnnged in
ehronologicnl order a series of English
rains in gold, silver nnd copper. It seems
that the coinage ol tho English had no di
rect connection with the earlier British
coinage, nor with tho short-lived currency
rrhich tho Romans introduced. It noj
, Henry VII., in 1504, who placed, for the
Brst. time, nn authentic portrnlt in English
coins. Ho nlso ninde ndtlition to the gold
coins by strikinc "sovereigns," .so called
because they bore tho figure of tho sovcr
tign seated on his throne. It was during
and nfter tho rcicn of Charles II. that tho
English coinnce declined very greatly in in
terest nnd variety. Tho first guineas wore
in this reign from gold brought from tho
Guinea coast. In tho reign of Queen Anno
there was somo coins bearing the namo of
"Vigo," because thoy were made from bill
lion captured in Vigo bny.
Ilourtllng House Ulnxiius.
Kover order egi;s.
Never nsk to bo served twice if you owe
any bnck board.
Steer clear of the young widows who are
boarding in tho house.
Sco what kind of a enme tho boarders
piny before you buy any chips.
Never appear to bo deeply intorcstod in
the mnn who is full of schemes.
Bewnro of the bonnier who never has any
chnngo when tlTe washwoman calls. The
The editor of tho Corsicana, Toxna, Olw
server, Mr. G. P. Miller, had a sevens at
tack of rheumatism in his left knee, which
became so swollen and painful that ho
could not walk up tho ntairs. He writes
that after a few applications of St. Jttcoba
Oil, tho pain entirely disappeared, nnd tho
knee assumed its normal proportions.
Sir Astlcy Cooper relates the following
anecdote of nn Irish candidate before tho
exnminlng board of tho London college:
"What is a simplennd what is a compound
fracture?" asked the examiner. Tho reply
was: "A simple frncturo is when a bono is
broke, nnd n compound fracture when it's
all broke." Sir Antler asked him what ho
mennt by "all broke." "I mean," he re
plied, "broke into smithereens, to be sure."
I ventured to sk him what was "smith
ereens." Ho urned upon mo with an in
tense expression of sj'mpnthy upon his
countenance. "You don't know what
is smithereens? Then I givo you up." Sir
Clinrles A. Cameron in Dublin Journal of
Summer coughs nnd colds gencrnlly como
to Btay, but the uso of lied Star Cough
Cure invnrinbly drives them away. Safe,
Unci Cnuno to Grumble.
Old Bob Brayson, just after putting on a
pnir of now bro?an shoes, went out to chop
wood. Whilo Htanding on a log, chopping,
his nxo glanced and cut hi left foot nearly
off. His son came out nnd nsked:
"Pap, whut's tho matter?"
"I've dun mint my now shoe," tho old
mnn replied. "It beats nnything I ev.er
seed. Ben choppiu' wood for a mouth in
my old bhoes an never touched 'em, but
now that I'vo lummcd down $2 fur a new
pa'r, I hov to cut nn' b1uh1i 'em all to
According to tho calculations made by a
scientific writer lately ft requires a prodig
ioub amount of vegetablo matter to form a
layer of coal, tho estimate being that it
would really take 1,000,000 years to form
ncoal bed 100 feet thick. Tho Unitod
States haw nnnreaof between 300,000 nnd
400,000 square miles of coitl fields, 100,
000,000 tons of coal being mined from
these iieliln in one year, or enough to run
n ring around tho earth at tho equator GJ
feet wido and GJ-j thick, tho quantity beinjj
ufllcicnt to supply tho whole world for a
period of 1,500 to 2,000 years.
What would our Forefathers have snid if
thoy had imagined that a cough could bo
cured for 25 cents as by that reliable rem
edy Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Tho Art or Spoiling. 1
"The nrt of spoiling," George Kliotmakes
Theophrnstus Such say, "is within tho
reach of tho dullest faculty. The coarsest
clown with n hnmincr in his hnnd might
chip tho noee of every statue and bust in
tho Vatican nnd stand grinningat tho effect
of his work." This thought may hnvo
been forced upon others besides the writer
of this not by certain trophies displayed
by returned tourists of tho globe trotting
season just about closing. Vandalism has
been just n littlo bit rnmpant, it would ap
pear by tho fragments proudly exhibited as
evidences of travel and research. Buffalo
The Omaha Typo foundry can furnish
new newspaper outfits on short notice.
1 rices same as in Chicago and freight
already paid to Omaha.
Justin McCarthy hns mndo 535,000
from his "History of Our Own Times."
.TCHINC nnd irrJtatinnB or the akin anl
Ifftlp. burns CBldi piles, ulcers. piUons,
Hte. ot IruccU nd nllsU.n disoaties. qulcklr
jurod by :ole. f.irboll-,1 v, the Kroat
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Civil Service Commissioner Oberly always
dres-ies in black.
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Work adapted to all ages and both sexes.
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The German empress. It Is rei-nllcl. wn
, in her girlhood a pupil of Goethe.
PATKS'TS obtained by I.01H1 naSCfr &Co.. At
tcrnejs, Washington, U. C. Kat'j lSM.,hId vice ire i
Fred Douglas and wife nre attracting
much attention in Liverpool.
No Shotgun I'rartlce
About Cakteh's Littlh Liveii Pills; mild
Ilenn ought to lay tho Galatea up for the
winter in K-jg Harbor.
The Omaha Typ foundry can furnish
tew newipaper outfits on uliort notice.
Prices same ua in Chicago and freight
Tt.il paid to Omaha.
Shall editorial articles in our now?-
papers uo signed f Uno says yes, an
other no. Each- can givo a reason for
his answer. Tne first affirm. that tho
author's natno affixed to his production
gives him a more exalted sense of per
sonal responsibility anil stimulates him
to his bestcflbrts. The other holds that
impersonality is tho sublimation of
journalism, ntui that individuality
should sliow itself only in tho master
mind that directs the courso of tho
paper, and which, in tho popular opin
ion, is tho author of every original
thing therein. Eacli of theso views may
bo correct from its peculiar situation
Viewed from tlixs vantage point of
tho editorial writer, as such, personal
journalism is proper. If lie have orig
inality, vigor and training lie will make
a reputation by having his authorship
known. Tho public will soon como to
distinguish the good from what is poor
or inditlerent, and will give credit to
the author of reputable work. Hut as
long as that author is unknown the
credit cannot bo ltis, and ho looks in
va n to the public for appreciation. As
reputation is tho capital of a Lterarv
dopi'iuient, tho unknown editorial
writer is defrauded of his capital bv
being kept in obscurity: and this is the
case in favor of personal journalism
i. c, tho signing of editorial article:
with tho name of the writer.
xno interest ot tne paper is with im
personal writing in the editorial col
umns. Tho public is impressed with
the mystery surrounding tho author
ship of leading articles, which are
vaguely regarded as the oll'spring of
the combined wisdom of the paper. In
lluenco is as valuable a franchise to i
newspaper as reputation is valuable to
an author. An editorial signed "Win
Johnson" dill'uses no more influence
than tho said jIr. Johnson carries with
him as an individual; and as that gen
tleinan is not often a man of command
ing position, his influence is not wide
ly distributed. -It is not the case here
as in 1 ranee, that statesmen and schol
ars eminent in literature are active con
tributors to tho editorial columns of the
press. There the man makes tiic
newspaper. His name is, therefore,
valuable to it. Ilt're the writer is noth
ing without the paper, and his name is
of"no eonscquoiice. Our public roads
tho paper. A signed editorial would
be no more regarded than as a perion
ai omuiunicauoii to tne paper, in
which tho writer's views, inclinations,
ami deductions are spread before the
public, and it would have no more
weight than the communications of
"Veritas," "Pro 15ono Publico," "Jun
mi, or any one of that great army ol
scribblers that we are fam liar with.
An unsigned article in leaded brevier
on the fourth page is tho concrete ex
pression of the now.spapor. Its inllu
eneo is measured by the standing of
of the paper and the ab lity or plausi
bility with winch tho arrum ut is car
ried out. Its authorship is popularly
attributed to t ho cditor-ni-chiof. Mr.
Charles A. Dana is praised or blamed
for what The Sun says, yet Mr. Dana
writes very little of what 13 printed in
The Sun. Ho simply assents to what In
written by allowing it to appear, or he
may suggest the outline of an article.
The impersonality of tho article makes
it his, becaiHo liu is the onlv person
known to the public as the editor ol
The Sun. Sign one of thoo editorials
and take away from it the superstit on
of Air. Dana's authorship, winch is tho
sign-manual of The Sun newspaper,
and it will pass for only what it is actu
ally, worth: and as a groat nianv of
them are worth but ver, little, the pa
p ;r is the loser. Ilfiico it is with the
interest of the paper to preserve that
impersonality which jrives a fictitious
value to its editorials by fixing them on
a mysterious authorship.
We smile 111 good-natured derision of
the oracles of Greek and Egyptian dei
ties, and put a true value on their pre
tended tlieoinancies. Tho fraudulent
priests who deluded their votaries with
tho bel of that they woro intornrctin
tho words of the gods were venerated
not for what, thoy said, but for what
the deities said through them. The
prophesies and counsels were obeyed
is coming from tho gods; but had they
as men, said the same things, thoy
would not havo been heeded. And
yet when wo read an opinion of "Win
Johnson" in the Gazette or the Times,
111 our ignorance wo give it tho whole
weignt ot tno respect wo feel for tho
paper. I ho paper is our deity and its
utterances aro oraelea to us. The
fraud is as great now as it was when
practiced on the ignorant heathen
Hut would wo have it different? No,
There are many idols that may hotter
be worshipped than shattered. The
deception hurts no one. The newspor
is me ureal nirvana in wmcn inuiviu
ual ty is merged and consciousness
Jost. Why disturb tho relations to
which tho public is accustomed, and
inako the paper a rellex of tho minds
of A, is, and L, without liomogenoity
or riguiantT for that is what pure
personality in the editorial columns
must load to, if logically carr'ed out,
lead to, if
If tho controlling mind of tho cditor-iu-
chief is to direct the policy of the nn
per; then all tho editorial opin ons
must conform to mat policy, and tun in
dependenco of jiersonalisin is destroyed,
which was its chief om'l. Tho writer
who signs his namo to nn article, die-
mien aim uiniiea ov a sunonor. nrac-
I uces a nauii on 1110 public; lor llio
views therein set forth aro not h s own.
I Tho languages and stylo only arc his,
hut not the thought and will. There
fore, he has gamed nothing except,
perhaps, that his vanity is tk-klod by
sco.ng his name in print; wh.le.fho pa-
1 per has lost its influence by ilissolvin"
tho solidarity of tho editorial nil mi!
, So wo reach a negative conclusion, and
' answer to tho question that premised
this article, pursonal journalism is not
. i r . r : .
needed. t.awara l.ec, n The Current.
A mound containing many curious
Indian relics was recently opened near
Mnynma, Now Slux 00. Among tho
articles taken out wero spear-IhsmIh,
hatohuts, feki'lotons. bends, unrr tigs
mndu of stone, nnd a ploco of wood
which boro tho follow, ' curious in
scription : Stvpap'Wi-it d uoln t dero
lahw jcht lads morf uiT bi.jiiT.M
ANEW VIEW OF CONSUMPTION.
And Ono Willed Appeal to Common
Sonne, ninny fumble Omen.
"Many persons die of Consumption who
could easily bo cured," says Dr. S. C. Clark,
of Wntcrtotvn, N. Y., "if they would go at
it right. I have a new view of tho disease,
Consumption is not always ot lung ori
"How bo? What Is it then?"
"Many cases of consumption are second
nry. TI10 uiscnso ilsell prevails every
where, but tho best practitioners refuso to
attribute it entirely to inhcritanco or to
tho weather. If a person lives in the most
favorable climate in tho world and hns any
tendency to lung weakness, it, certain con'
ditious exist in tho system, tl.nt climate,
however favorable, will not prevent de
velopment of the disense. Tho disorder in
such cases is only a secondary symptom in
the lungs ot somo other ailment, and can
never te cured until approached through
"Yes. doctor; but what is tho method ot
"II you dip your finger in ncld you burn
it; do you uot?"
"If you wash this burnt finger every sec
ond witli the acid, what is the result?"
"Why, constant intlaiumntion, festering
and eventual destruction of tho finger.
"Precisely! Kow then for my method,
which commends itself to tho reason and
judgment of every skillful practitioner,
You know certain acids aro developed in
the body. Well, if tho system U all right
these acids aro neutralized or utilized
nnd carried out. If tho system is run
down by excesses, nnxiety, continual ex
posure, or overwork, theso acids accumu
late in tho blood. If thero is any natural
weakness in tho lung, this acid attacks it,
having a natural alliuity for it, and it tho
ncid is uot neutralized or passed out of tho
system, it burns, ulcerates and finally
destroys, tho lung. Is this clear?"
"Perfectly! Hut how do you prevent tho
accumulation of thesencidsin the system?"
"Ii regularities of tho liver and kiduevs
create this excess of acid and the supply
can be cut off only by correcting tho wron
action of theso organs. Tho kidneys alone
should carry out in quantity, in solution,
enough of this acid daily, which, if left In
tho blood, would kill four men. When tho
fctomach, tho liver and tho kidneys nro all
conspiring to increnso tho ncid, tho wonder
is that weak lungi resist death as long us
"J!ut you havo not told us how
would treat Hiich cases."
"No, but I will. Tho lungs aro onlv dis
eased ii8 an effect of this ncid or kidney
poison 111 tho blood. After having ex
hausted all authorized remedies to correct
this acid condition, I was compelled, in
justice to my pntients, to use Warner's
safe cure; though a proprietary remedy, it
is now recognized, I see, by lending phyal
cians, by Presidents of Stnto Hoards ot
Health and by iusurauco physicians, us n
bcieutifieand tho only specific for tlioso great
organs in which over ninety per cent of dis
cuses originate or ore sustained."
"Is this form of treatment successful?"
"ft i-s wonderfully so, nnd for that reason
I am only too willing that you should an
nounce it to the world of consumptives."
Koto by tho Publishers: Wo havo re
ceived tho abovo interview from H. II.
Warner A Co., Hochestcr, N. Y., with tho
request that wo publish it for the good of
surfering people. In a foot nolo to their
letter they say:
"Tho experience ot ' Dr. Clark is not
strange to us. In our corresnondenea wo
have found that many thousands of neonle
are Buffering from what they think is Con
sumption, whereas tho real diiliculty is
with the liver and kidneys, nro veil bv tho
fact that whon these orgausaro restored to
health by the uso of Warner's hhTu cure, tho
consumption disappears, and so does
uremic or kidney poisoning, which causes
ho ninny symptoms of diseases that tho
human system is subject to. Tho sumo
may be said of rheumatism, caused by an
acid condition of tho system. Wo insist
upon what wo nlways havo claimed, if you
remove tho cause, tho system will soon per
fect tho work already begun. Mrs. ftev. Dr.
Theodoro Wolf, of (Jettysburg, Pn., wifo of
tho editor of tho Lutheran Quarterly, said
her friends thought her 'far gone with Con
sumption, 1 but after a thorough treatment
with Warner's nafo cure, M10 says: 'lam
perfectly woll.' Wo can cito thousands of
such rases, but ono is enough. If you pub
lisli tho abovo article, kindly- send ua a
Wo gladly give place to tho article, for if
wo can in any way stny tho ravages of Con
sumption, wtiich canies awny bo many
millions yearly, it is our bouuden duty so
to do. Pun.
Simon Cameron is tho only survivor ot
tho senate ot Polk's administration.
A uniform and natural result is produced
by using Huckingham's Dyo for tho Whis
kers. For a slight cold, a hacking cough or
lung troubles, take Ayer's Cherry Poo
torul. Tho wind Ih always blowing about some
thing; but thero is nothing in it.
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As a horse and cnttlo lotion, Salvation
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it has received the hearty indorsements of
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devout Homnn Catholic.
Powderly Is a
If sick headache is miscrv, what nre Car
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Ex-Empress Eugeno thinks the Napoleon
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A Pittsbnrger hns taken out a patent
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AVoiiicii Knully Startled or A larmcil,
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A phrenologist says thnt "fullness under
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Inserted. Address r. 1 .M I'liV, Omaha. Neh.
hteni winder, arriiw-a lu-Uahle. i.meii lo Hiiy one
who will pet n sutnerlhers for thebeslM rents a yeir
paper in trie orld. Hampleroplesanit new premium list
t-nitr. Address AGRICULTURIST, Ruo!no,Wle.
AGENTS WANTED 'ft' If,fS
I'AITIUNS. fur inaklnir It ilea,
'Ilillra, llooda, Mittens, ete. ScliC
hv mull for Nl. CIltCllAltB
HU i:. HONS til CO.,
Plao'a TtamxTy for Catarrh Is tha
Beat, Kaaleat to Use, and Cheapest.
Alo eoml for fold In the Head,
idacUe, Hay f ever, 4c WceuU.
urrman AbIIiiiiii (Jure never fattt Ut glT
fortibla itern, effecU curci wlter ll other fall, At
i immtatttte rtunia in worn ciiei, lUMurri couii
atrial rone ( nr f fft moi( tkrvticat, l'rlc f0 rim, ati'll
Be l.OO. of liruulttt null, punpU Fltl'.K fori
laump. Dir. It. Krilll'rUAN, HU l.u, illnn.fl
N. U., Omaha
TinC t'HICAtiO T.I!I)ilCK
i"""a a-iiuiiiy ninrx. a llrr 111 llio
Lllllod htaU'S.ainl coatH BllliHcribcra only Ml. 11)
,i yi-iir. Wh invite thn imhllo to compare It with
any HA Htory I'apcrln tho country. Try it and
xao money. Siimpln Copy FJtlJH. Addresa
i71 XrunUlIii Wl,, Olilunifo, 111.
tb htrdril tUuai,
icovf rt tb entlra addl.
Kverytlilnsr Ie.rlaliiliip to a TlinrniiRi IliiHlnrsa ICilucatlon
"""ktiii ujr i.a iiurit-ui :ou unu
I'll t ll V i'. w .
Actual Iluallieaa lr.et
ir.i.r.iiHAr.ii v Mlucli-llt Filta.il for
Brother" will begin
MASON & CO., Publishers,
IR OPS Y!
TREATED III EE !
Dr. H. H. Green & Sons
NprrlulUt lor Thtrtetm Tptirf 1'mt.
I IUy Irr utM Dropsy nt lt complication with th
mott wonderful itimMi m vrffcUtK reni?di, tm
f tirfly hftimlc-n He mote M ijmptomi ofdropiyla
1 tleht to twenty day.
Ltir pftttvnU piuiiuuncfu hopclesi by tn bett
troni th flnt do th ymptomi rapidly dls
Ttr, and In ten day at iMlt twothlrdj ot all lyrap
torn an rrmu.l.
Rom ma cry humbtir without knowlnr anythlnr
atoit It frf nirm be r It does nut cost you anythlnr t
letlifc the merits of our treatment fur your!C
In ten day ttia dtmrulty of breathing If relfer!, tka
piile rerular, thourimry organ md to diacharr
tlitlr (ml duty, atrep In rtoifnl, tha swelling all or
tiearl rune, the itretigth Inert? awl and appetlU mid
pood, We are cotiMantly curlnjr caea of lonr iUii
inr cae that Iiatb heon tapped a number of timet,
and the patient declare t unabl to lira a wolc (1(t
full hUtory of oae. Name, tei, how long aflllcUd,
how badly itvollen and where, are boweNcotlT,haT
left burated and dripped water, ftt'nd for free paw
I hie t conta nine testimonial. ntietlnn. etc.
Ten daja treatment furnWhetl free by mail.
If jou eidertital, tend lO centa In tumpi to pay
II. II. OKi r.N .1 HONS, M. Ila.t
T.IOtj llitrlcltu .Nirrrt, Atliintu, 2$u
Kullriiv Tit) Iotticl Cured.
OMAHA TYPE FOUNDRY
I'liruihliiMl 011 Nliorl IVolIoo I-Voiit
Omiiliu tit Cliicitu'o 1'rivcB.
NEW OR SECOND-HAND GOODS
QMAHA TYPE FOUNDRT.
Oniohn, Nab., 12th and Howard
Tho lltlUS' (il'lDIS la
laanrtl Sept. utitl Inrcli,
cncli yrr. a d 313 pnrsv
8,l.i 1 lntln-,v Kli over
,BOL llliiatiatloiia - a.
ii holo l'lctiite C.'iallrrr.
(J1VICS AVIiolrar.il- Price
illrect to rniiainiirrs on nil i;ools for
Iirrsoiial nr fmiiily uar. T lis how to
order, and (;lvra exnet coat of fury
tliliiK yon nir, cnt, drink, near, or
linvn fun vrltn. Tlirao INVAI.UAItLK
HOOKS contain information gleaned,
from llir miirUrt of llic norld. W
M ill mall u copy 1'ItlOI to ally ad
llrmi ilium receipt of 10 eta. to drfray
eipcnsc of mailing;. Ict ua hear frour.
you. Hi spcctfnlly,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
L'tf7 A: U'M Wnlirmh Avcmio. (Uilcaao, 111.
Heat In thn World. Made only by the Frnrrr I.ubrlc
tor Co, at Chicago, N. V fc St. Louis, HulU ftttr-yuAw
When Issvcura i ujuuamean merely to atop uTimEii
a time and llien Imvo llirnuuturn unaln. I mean a radi
cal cur., f have maihi I he tllaraae of KITS, KI'ILKKT
or l'AI.I.tN(18ICKNi;.SSnllfu..,iii;Mii,lj. 1 warrant mi
remedy to euro the worat caaa lleenuae others bav
failed f no reason for nut now reralvlnt; uenrs. Atnaaa
onco for u treatlae and a Freo Hottle of my Inr.Ulbl
vsmedy. Give Ifipreaa and Post Oirica. H coals .
Uetbluir fer a trial, and I will rur. you.
Xddress llr. 11.11. UOOT. m Pearl St,, NswTU
JOSEPH CI LLOTfS
COLD MEDAL PARIS EXP0SITION-IB7B.
THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS
WE WANT A MAN
or a woman In c cry school district to rro lo work for
usliiiiui'dia o y on ii new, u ivul. hoiiurnhlo, andlurra
Ihoi'iitcrprlsu. tlnly puahers, wh can inalc.Hroiai
M to 111) it day, want d. Addl uss DovlU W. dudd.
til llroadwuy, New Vork.
E WANT YOU I ZXSrSSJSZ
proniaiHft empio7innc lo nprtst-ii- ua in overy
larsro oomininslon on haWs it pn'ffrrrci.
couniy, naurx jio per mount aim uxrxJ
.vf rr ono uujm. imuiil kihi pariiciunrs ifrrt".
BTAKUAltU SILVKUWAIUi CO., UObTON, 1USS.
HC-OPIUM Il.iblt I'nlnlc.ilr
Cured at Homo. Trenlmetv.
acnt cm trial and NO l'AV aake1
lltll VOtl aro tinnonted. 'Purrnaljiw
lliimmio Jteiucdy Co., I.uFityettr, lAaU
Tor a!a br
H tho r.nrr;rat
The FISH IIUiNUfiLirKEBl wtrrtnUd waterproof, aotl will krep roa dry !
Tlit ntw 1'OMMKL HIJC'lUIt Ii m rtrfvrl rtll rott, o4,
waraorimltitjoot. Non renntna vltdout tb 'TU
Illuitratr4 Catalofua frca, X, J. lowar, Iloitcn, Uai
i rnotloiil i uitnera.
I'ructlcial Worlr In frinn Stn fl .Ifonllia.
etc. Kor aneclmrns of 1'e
unship and ColUH
JCATUUUN & UAII.IiV, Oluuliu. Nou.
37 Temple Place, Boston, Mass.