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PERNICIOUS SILENCE. .
Do Not Ilesttiito to Clierr hiiiI Kncournc
Your Children nml Kinploj-.K.
Thero nro times when speech is un
tensonnble, but there nro also times
when silence is wrong and oven cruel.
If thero is much said that should never
havo been breathed, thero is also much
that ought to havo freo utteranco
which is never spoken. It is impossi
ble to estimnto tho amount of hnppi
ness and benefit that is suppressed by
this untimely silenco. Jfot only to tho
absent, but sometimes to thoso present
with us, Is silenco cruel. There is a
wholesomo dread of ilattery among
honest people, which not infrequently
leads them into an opposite extremo of
withholding praiso whero it is due.
Much discouragement and many aban
doned efforts may bo traced to this
source. Of course, it is not the ideal
of manliness to require such a motive,
but few approach tho ideal, and few
can dispenso with tho motive. Tho
young and inexperienced, tho humblo
and self-depreciating, and all begin
ners especially, need every sincero
word of encouragement that can bo
given. It is a stimulus which no pa
rent, no teacher and no employer can
afford to sot aside. Has tho child
been faithful, obedient, studious,
self-donying? Toll him so, and ox
press tho real pleasure you feel,
lias tho young man proved himself
trustworthy, indefatigable, intelligent?
Let him havo tho satisfaction of know
ing thus you appreciato his efforts.
Has tho timid beginner in somo ontor
priso done well for a first attempt?
Do not deny him tho incentive to
furthor efforts that your approval will
afford him. Silenco at such times is
not a mero negative, a blauk, an omis
sion; it is a positive injury, a bar to im
provement, a destroyer. of well-earned
happiness. Then, too, happiness, of
whatever kind, needs utterance. Sad
ness and gloom, pain and distress, may
well havo tho shield of silenco to pre
vent their diffusion, but ovory thing
that is bright, cheery and delightful
should be shared and spread as far as
possible. Yot how frequently is this
reversed, and tho misfortunes of lifo
are disclosed in all their details, while
its blessings aro passively accepted
without remark. The. shadows aro
eagerly described, while of tho sun
light nothing is said. Is not this also
a cruel silence? Happiness is to tho
heart what sunlight is to tho body, and
he who shuts out either is an enemy to
society. Thero nro porsons who will
work for tho good of their fellow-men,
who will give money and time, labor
and thought, to reforms and schemes
for general welfare, who will not
hesitate to make sacrifices to perform
benevolent and kindly actions, but who
never give freo and hearty utteranco
to tho gladness that they may feel, or
tho pleasure they enjoy. It is not that
they intend to deprive any one of hap
piness, but they do not realize how
much they could thus bestow. While
trying in many ways to givo light and
warmth to their fellow-men, they bot
tle up their own sunshino, forgetting
that its influence might extend far and
wide. Let all such pernicious silence
bo speedily broken. If tho day is fair,
and the air puro and clear, let us em
phasizo tho fact; if wo seo any beauty,
let us point it out; if we feel any joy,
let us hasten to share it; if wo havo re
ceived any good, let us freely express
it. St. l'aul tells us, "Whatsoever
things aro true, or honest, or just, or
pure, or lovely, or of good roport, if
thero bo any virtue, and if there be
any praiso, think on thoso things."'
And if, as wo think, wo also speak of
them with freedom and gladness, the
world will be happier and better for
our having lived in it. l'hiladelphia
Liberal Donation anil Ilrqiiests Made
ltliln One Win-.
The American churches and church
members aro exceedingly liberal in
tho support of higher educational in
stitutions. Tho following tablo shows
tho increase of endowments during tho
past year to American colleges, nearly
all of which are denominational: Alle
gheny College. $10,000; Bates College,
$75,000; Boston University, $100,000;
Bowdoin College, $20,000; Brown Uni
versity, $187,000; Bucknell University,
$25,000; Centennary Collego $25,000;
Colby University, $15,000; Cornell Col
lege, $10,000; Cornell University, $2G5.
000; Georgetown Colloge. Ivy.. $50,000;
Hamilton College, $30,000; Haverford
College, $15,000; Heidelberg Collego,
$28,000: Hillsdale Collego, $17,000;
Johns Hopkins University, $100,000;
Knox College, $25,000; Lake Forost
Unlvorslty. $500,000; Madison Uni
versity, $100,000; Midlebury Col
lego. $50,000; Mount Union Col
lego. $10,000; Northwestern Univer
sity, $25,000; Oborlin College, $15,000;
Pennsylvania, Collego, 18,000; Prince
ton Collego. 225.000; Kutgora College,
$90,000; Smith Collego, $12,000; St.
Lawrence University, $50,000; Syra
cuse University, $305,000; Swnrthmoro
University, $25,000; Tuft's. $135,000;
University of tho City of New York,
$50,000; Vassar, $222,000; Vermont
University, $30,000; Wells Collego,
$30,000; Wellesloy College, $30,000;
Wesloyan College, $00,000; Western
Kewjrvo Unlvorslty. $113,000; Will
iams College. $152,000; WofTord Col
lego, $10,000; Yale, $275,000. Total
for tho forty-two colleges, $3,075,000.
Another tablo shows that seventy-five
institutions havo added during tho
' year to their libraries over 100,000
volumos. Tho total number of volumes
in tho libraries of 131 institutions is
3,307,000. Harvard holds tho lead
with 355.000 volumos; Yale comas noxt
with 2U0.O0O; Prlncoton is third with
130,000; Cornell, fourth, with 105.000,
and Columbia, fifth, with 92,000.
Christlan at Work.
CASH FOR CATS' SKINS.
How I'oor rny ,-.timr the Hole of a
'Cish paid for cats' skins." tho sign
read in tho window of a Washington
furrier, who astonished tho newspaper
man by telling him that there was al
ways a good market for pussies' pelts.
"Five- cents apiece," he said, "Is what
wo pay for common skins, ten cents
for maltose pure, and twenty-live cents
for black. Of course tboy must be in
good condition. Somo tilo cats are so
given to back-fence warfare that their
hides become considerably damaged.
Tho fur of the sleek and well-fed do
mestic pussy is what wo find most
available for our purposes. Street
cats aro usually too ragged and coarse
haired to bo useful."
"And what aro tho purposes of which
"The Imitation of moro expensive
furs, ohielly. 'iho French dyo them
very skillfully, and In that way trails
form tho humble tabby after death into
tho regal ermine or other beast of rare
sad costly skin. Tho puro black and
maltose and tho tortoise shell aro not
dyed, but made to serve in the natural
colors. Hugs of selected tortoise-shell
'ind maltesoaro already becoming qultu
fashionable, and the best onos nro far
from cheap. Tho only uso made of
cats' pelts in this country is in tho
manufacture of carriage robes, but
vast numbers of them aro sent from
tho United States to Europe, whero
tho'y aro mado Into coats, hats, rugs,
dressing-gown linings and other gar
ments. "Taxidermists, too. in other parts of
the country aro advertising for kittens
by tho thousand for stuffing. In the
process they employ tho skin is first
removed, leavingonly tho scraped top of
tho skull within it. Both head and body
are then built up with pipe clay and
tow, a piece of wire being so adjusted
tiiat ono end conies out through tho
forehead and tho other at the tip of the
tail. To this four other wires running
down the legs are fixed. The skin is
then sewn up and tho animal formed
into a desired position. Tho final
operation is putting in tho oyos. Fast
ened upon a scrap of red fiannel in this
manner, a small black kitten makes a
very pretty pen-wiper."
"But whero do all the skins como
"Many are brought in tho city es
tablishments that advertise for them
by small boys who are glad to earn
pocket money by tho comparatively
easy method of assassinating a few un
fortunate cats; but tho main supply is
contributed by professional fur col
lectors in different parts of the coun
try, who shoot them. Tho ravine
woods of Now England aro full of them
running wild. They breed wonderfully
fast under such seemingly adverse con
ditions and can be popped off tho fences
and walls with ease by an export
marksman. This is an idle season just
now, and wo aro advertising for them
as carriage-robo material to make up
for the fall trade. A first-rato lap-robo
of catskin is worth forty or fifty dol
lars. Yes, indeed, pusby is boginning
to bo recognized as a fur-bearing ani
mal, and instead of drowning the kit
tens, peoplo will before long bo propa
gating them for their pelts." Wash
II wcllliiKK Hewn 111 tlm Itoi'knof tilt) Hurtz
Cave-dwellers in civilized Europe?
It seems incrediblo; and yot. just above
tho thriving villago of Lanirunsioin, in
the Hartz Mountains, and forming a
part of it, aro about ton dwellings
hewn in tho rocks. They aro called
the "Burg," or "castle," and hero
somo forty porsons havo their home.
In the face of tho solid rock is to be
seen a row of regular-shapod doors and
windows, ono door and ono window
belonging to each dwelling. Tho most
ancient of these dwellings is tho work
of a young married couple whoso ex
tremo poverty gavo them no other
ehoico than to seek a homo in tho
ruggod mountaln-sido. Their work
must bo hold deserving of respect, for
It was no light task to pick away tho
rock bit by bit, as ono workman must,
with no tool but hisplck-axo. Through
tho doorwny one ontors a narrow,
straight hallway, at tho right of which
another doorway loads into a good
sized room with a window, tho only
ono In tho dwelling. Opposite this
doorway, at tho left of tho entry, is a
shell-shaped hollow which servos as a
sleeping-room, in which, however,
straw supplies the place of a bed. Back
of this, at tho left, la a storeroom; op
posite it, adjoining tho living or sit
ting room, is tho kitchen, with firo
placo and chlmnoy; and back of tho
Kitchen is another sleeping-room. Tho
latter has no opening for light, yot, as
tho housi-door Is usually open tho
; renter part of tho year, thero is light
enough to duo by. Tho walls aro of tho
natural rock, and tho apartments aro
perfectly dry, and not badly ventilated
with tho door, window and chlmnoy,
which create a slight draft through
tho dwelling at all times. Tho place
is warm in winter and cool in summer,
and tho Inmates aro rosy and healthy.
Somo of tho cave-dwellers havo white
washed their houses, and mado littlo
gardens outside, bo that tho exterior
does not display a forbidding appear
ance. At any rato, these cavo-dwolllngs
aro quite as comfortablo (and certainly
more sanitary) habitations than tho col
lars of our cities, which aro leased to
wretched inmates, and aro only caves
of masonry. Domorest's Monthly.
Whon a harbor tnlks too much his
lories aro generally illustrated with
tjU. - Boston (iHiettu.
A little thing that feels big in a
light place is a eyru. Troy Prs3.
DR, DAERIN'S ART
Of treating disen '-s by electricity is, like
many other good nings in medicine, no'
new, but its trin pie of action is so little
understood that ts employment at tho
present day makes it practically a new
discovery. Tho medical profession at
lnrye, not posseEsim: tho true secret of
the proper remedies to use, are still
blundering in the dark, and throwing
discredit through their iimorance on one
of the greatest medical advances of tho
For the benefit ot thoso to whom this
plnn of cure is new, and who may bo
seeKing aid, thougn distrustful, after
ninny failures of everybody and every
thing, the Drs. Darrin desife to explain
simply and logically the theory of electro
therapeutics, nnd leave them as men of
common sense and judgment to take or
refuse the aid offered, ns their argu
ments and examples are based on known
physiological iacts nnd experiments.
They ask nothing beyond a fair hearing
and "a fair trial.
DriifnrNM Cure it In Ten Minute.
Mit. Eiiitok For some time I have
been troubled with partial deafness, and
lately could scarcely hear in ono ear,
with" a constant rimiing noise. I con
sulted a doctor in Portland which did
nie no good. I finally went to Dr. Darrin
and in less than ten minutes ho cured
ino with electricity. I am engineer on
the steamer Citv of Tocio, runnini: from
Astoria to Kalamn. G. SCHM1T11.
Oiu-e lie II ml 11iii1-n on IIIh Kurt.
Mit. Editou For ten years past I havo
been troubled with nervous debility anil
pimples on my face and body, as hun
dreds of other young men are afflicted
with. Have been under Dr. Damn's
electric treatment for six months nnd
now find myself restored to health, and
the pimples havo about disappeared,
liefer to me at Mulino, Clackamas
county, Or. C. E. KNOTTS.
Drs. Darrin's Place of Business.
Drs. Durrin cau be consulted free at 23")
Fifth street, corner of Main, Portland.
Office hours, from 10 to 4 o'clock daily ;
evenings, 7 to 8; Sundays, 10 to 12. All
curable chronic diseases, loss ot man
hood, blood taints, syphilis, gleet, gon
orrluea, stricture, Bpeiniatorrha'a, semi
nal weakness, or loss of desire of sexual
power, in man or woman, catarrh and
deafness, nre confidentially and success
fully treated. Cures of private diseases
guaranteed, and never published in the
pajerB. Most cases can receive homo
treatment after a visit to the doctor's
office. Inquiries answered and circulars
sent free. (Parties writing will please
mention the name of the paper you saw
this notice in.)
Paget Sound eannerymeu nro strongly
protesting ngiiinst British competition,
claiming that jfrom six"to ten steamers
will full crews obtained their full supply
from Point Itoberts last summer, and
have virtually driven Americans out of
their own waters.
Seatt e's relief committee hns mado
public that their total receipts have been
$103,278.55; amount expended, $00,
ti'Jo.Oo; leaving a balance of .$42,582 04.
Some of this it is thought will be needed
for i's original object "during tho winter.
The remainder will be disposed of as
the peoplo shall think best.
Cannot bo cured by local applications. It Is n
coiibittutlonal disease -nid requires a constitu
tional remedy like Hood's Earsupurilln, which,
working through tho blood, eradicates the
Impurity which causes aud promotes tho dis
ease, and soon ell'ects a permanent cure. At tho
nme time Hood's Sarsaparilla builds up the
whole sy.tem, and makes you feel renewed in
strength and health, lie sure to get Hood's.
"1 sintered severely from chronic catarrh,
ariilnu fiom impure blood. It bccamu ery bud,
civ,illif soreness of the bronchial tubes and a
troublesome cough, which gave grint anxiety to
mv friends and mself, as two brothers died
froni bronchial consumption. 1 tried many
mcdicinei;, but received no benefit. I was at last
induced to try Hood's SarsapHrllla, anil I am
not the same man In health or feelings. My
catarrh 's cured, my throat Is entliely well, au
a dvspepsla trouble, with sick headache, havo
allilliappcared." 15. M. Lincoln, :t.' Chambers
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Having for tho past four or flro years been troubled
with pimples and blotches on my face and body, and
finding no relief in any of the. chemically prepared
soaps and medicines prescribed for me by ph)lelans,
1 concluded to try your 8. S. S. remedy, and have
found great relict in tho fame, four bottles clearing
my ekln entirely. I cheerfully recommend your
medlcino toall who aio in tho osltlori that I luo
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testimonial to tho merits of tho 8. S. 8. remedy.
Very truly yours, Alfkkd 1. Hobikso.v,
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Your kltlileys are fast becoming diseased
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Death. Wo have had many
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A hundred times more trouble Is caused by
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You may sing of the beauty of springtime
That glow s on the cheek of the young,
Hut 1 stiig of a beauty that's rarer
Than any of which you hae sung
The beauty that's sten in tne faces
Of women whose summer Is o'er.
The autumn-like beauty that charms us
Kh- moro than the beauty of yore.
Hut this beauty Is seen too rarely. The faces
of most women loe the beauty of youth too
soon. K male disorders are like frosts which
come to nip the (lowers which lietokcn good
health, without which there can be no real
beauty. If our American women would fortify
themselves against the approach of the terrible
disorders so prevalent among them, by using
Dr. I'lerce's Favorite Prescription, their good
looks would le retained to a "sweet old age"
This remedy Is a iimrmifrril cure for all the dip
tresslng weaknesses and derangements peculiar
to w omen.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets, one a doe. Cure head
ache, constipation and ludlgtstlou.
HAY FEVEK, CATARRHAL DEAFNESS.
A NEW HOME TREATMENT.
Sufferers aro not generally awaro that these dis
eases aro colitairlous, or that they aro duo to tho
presence of living parasites in tho lining mcmhnino
of tho noso nnd cutaihian tubes. Micnmoplc re
search, howeer, has procd this to be a fact, anil tho
result is that a simple remedy has been formulated
whereby these distressing diseases are rapidly and
permanently cured In f roi one to three slinplo njv
plications mado at homo by the atlent unco in tno
weeks. A pamphlet explaining this new treatment
Isscnt freo on otpllratiim bv A. H. Dixon k Son,
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A courageous foe Is better than a cowardly
Puro soap is white. Hrown soips aro
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put in to hide the presence of putrid (at.
bobbins' Klec'ric Soap isjno-c. white, and
unscented. lias been folu since 18(15. Try
The richest man, whatever his lot Is, is ho
who Is content with what ho hns got.
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Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment Is the only
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Judge Colllnbury, Cleveland, O., Says:
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It Is not strange that fast living should some
times bring starvation.
"nrown'H llroiiclilul Trui'lie" will
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Clouds aro a good deal like men; they are
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when they get together
It hns been observed that the man who has
tho fewest failings is the most loleratit of thoso
of Ills neighbors.
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Hure cure for blind, bleeding and Itching Piles.
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private parts, and nothing cite. Kvery box Is
Bold by Druggists aud sent by mnll on receipt
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It Is a great misfortune not to have enough
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Tin Clminliei- of Torture
Is the apartment to which tho unhappy sufferer
from Inflammatory rheumatism Is contlned. If,
v,.- ..I,- --,.i pniu i!" ii-num-ii. uini line pre-x-entative,
Hosteller's Stomach Hitters, Is used
by persons of a rheumatic tendency, much un
necessary suttcriog Is avoided. Nervines, nno
dynes and sedatives, while having none but a
n specific etl'ect, arc yet very desirable at times.
Yet they can produce no lasting elf-ct upon
rheumatism, because they havo no power to
eliminate from the blood to rheumatic virus.
Hotelier's Stomach Hitters does this, aud checks
at the outset a disease w hlch. If allowed to gain
eadway, it l net to Impossible to dislodge or
to do more than relieve. Hhcumatlsm, it should
he remembered, Is a disease with a fatal ten
dency from Its proneness to attack tho heart A
resort to the Hitters should, therefore, be prompt.
Dyspepsia, kidney complaint, malaria and nerv
ousness aro relieved by It.
Justice rnlscsa tin Ion, but sin makes a peoj le
jt ji nt i. ti.uk.
O. C. llartholomew, Kalkaska, Mich., snys "I
located In this place five years ago, having for
merly resided In Troy, X. Y. I have been a great
sufferer from what the physicians of Troy called
Hrlgtit's disease. I used Dr. David Kennedy's
Favorite Hemedy, of Houdout, X. Y. All tho
terrible symptoms of the disease aro gone. I
have no traces of any disorder of tho kldnejs,
liver or bladder. Who would begrudge the cost
of this medicine (one dollar a bottle) for such a
blessing or refuse this simple though sincero
token of gratitude for being perfectly cured? I
owe everything to Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Kern
cdy. and nope this will Induce oIIits to uso tho
medicine who suffer from any kidney, liver or
Dk. Kknnkiiv'm Favoiutk Hkmkdv, mado at
lttujdout. X Y. $1. fi for ,
s?nd for lok, how to cure Kidney, I.lver nnd
A good name keeps Its luster In the dark.
ir 1 I V nun
IL J SYGured ay em rfr
After ppontling Ton Winters Sonth,
was Curoil by ScoU'h Emulsion.
110 Centre Ht.. New York, 1
Juno 25th. 1883. j
Tho Wlntor aftor tho frroat flro
In Chicago I contractor.! Bronchial
QfToctlons, and olnco thon havo
boon obllgodto apond noarly ovory
Wlntor South. Last Novcmbor waa
advlsod to try Scott's t mulslon of
Cod Llvor OH with Hypophosphitoo
and tomy surprlsowaorollovodat
onco, and by continuing ita uro
throo months was ontircly cured,
gainod flosh and strength and
wao ablo to stand ovon tho Bliz
zard and attend to buslnoss ovory
day. C. T. CHURCHILL.
Hold bt all DriiyuUts.
Oregon Blood Purifier:
kKIDNEV 8r LIVER DISEASES. DYSPEPSIA.
'LiUHL J' 1
tPlMPLES.BLOTCHCS AND SKIN DISEASES.
ba1h.ihc parts af
fected freely With
Terry ID a vi S'
ful jnujar qhA. Water
3lmLS a day, and
you'll bet r Y fef at
onco. and a-
after failhfui uso. of
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Monty
Its mr-trlor eicel.'euiotrefiuta n.llllnoi of horoi f or
moreU.su ft Quarter ul icntury. It li usrd br tha
Uolted HUtts OomutueDt. l.uilornil hr ti e heods of
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llnllhtul. Dr. 1'rWa Cli.lu PaVing 1'm.d.r does Dot
ceulalu Ami onls, 1 lin- t.r Alum, S. Id oulr In cans.
111H I. IAKI'( I't'VSDKK I'll,
NtW VOIlK. (IMCAno HAN HIANCISCO
A QTLi (Ml A CAN BE CURED.
I lllFVlM A trial but llu sent Free to
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100' j Third St . Portland, Oregon.
A SCHOOL cr THOROUGH, PRACTICAL
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Should Meet the Eye
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be forcibly reminded that
the "Seal of North Caro
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ORDER BY MAIL
One Dozen A8Hort.ec! Handkerchiefs at
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Order nnythluK ru J everythltut you want to
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418 FRONT STREET,
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KoMfiii rtlocli. Henttlo. H'liMliliitrton.
Aetnnl HusIiicm, Shorthand, pliilu and Orna
mental Penmanship and irrtictlcal KukIIhIi do
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trated cataloKUU sent free.
atudeni- Artmltti'd at ivnyTlmo,
I prescribe and fully en.
(lorn ti llltf li us the onlr
specific fur the certain cur
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Anistentani, N. Y.
Wo have sold lllg O for
many years, and it has
Rivpn inu uen oi lain
fitctlnn. D. It. UYCHECO..
SI. 00. Sold by DruceUU.
$iti Oil Ifl CSniill 00 1 JtN'lll c.i.i no .arte
0." !U u-t3U..." wnrkliiK fur us. Akpiiw
jieteried wh j can niriilnh h Ii-i'mb n"i c'vo their
nhiilii limn to the uslii(.s. f-ijmre iin nienls may lia
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indcltliH II. i JOHNSOX fl. CO., WO) Midi! HU,
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Never miml about lending ifamp (or reply, B.P,
J. A Cn.
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OlClriWMI. jt iiKAOt (Iiihler. Itoo
nlsh l'lunos; rliirdi lt jrir niN. Hand IiiBtruinuuts.
I.urKest stock of .Sheet Aliiiomi(t Hooks. Hands
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DEATH TO CORNS.
Try Kclly'n Guaranteed Corn Curo.
IlArinlcsB. ThoiiBnmla of testinioniiils
from tho ciiicd. 2ou bottlo. No ouro,
money rofntnled. Unit by mail or ox
press to n nv iitlilreHd, city or ntto. F.
S. KKLIA',' OhemiBt, 10-' Eddy street,
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IBold by dniiflilsui or sent by mall.
COc. K. T. Huioltluo, Wurreu. 10.
N. 1 N. U. N. V N.U. No.388
Roller - Organ.
This very novellnstrumeut
employs no paper, but Its
tnuslols obtained from a Hol
ler similar to u Muslu Dor.
pIsyliiK u flue selection of
Bttcrod Popular Honga
nt.d OanoH Muslo or
Over 300 Tunes.
Agents wanted In every town
ou the I'aclfio Coant. flanni
aud Onfaiis on easy terms.
Mimical Itutrumeiits of every
description, alio sheet mime.
C lrculurs freo ou application
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BltfX saaitHulcturt. u
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