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   Wellsboro Agitator, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1886, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania                               ont .ID Kuty inttroobto iose I got here Bret. yon TUB o l ibe probable date of tl, n are wK l Ms end of tbeworW if ite of bad c r d.fflcul.y Of OI-.UH affect ion of nbou rrrotlndtflwely by a t ,1 Hooey of flSehoSd h ,11 luridly prev n p nen t articles of a hnndiSI i -wh> n ,i patent medicinesT ft? 11, 5 often worthless. True bni w r they are vSr n h. world representing the w.dS m Ai we know thS D? i) r av rite Remedy ,8 one ofThi' able, of the blood h'er2a -land, on it. menu? and MTuZr He-Aaas. itssojoll, ir i "o'ier felbws ri. liU bellers TlveTl'ills fcr .i h t I ousneas dlzzmess, irtr U Shall thel i "a uTi auend Uioexeco I m ,n C Kobioson Propr f "f, f'n-cumng bflions head I u 1 n.k l.lood Bitters 1 f: mm with the smallest bead! he truest hat at the opera. Id people look who hatel 1 -..n u.ljaick and who ceverl I I tl How old young peoplol ai I stew and suffer But can t altogether help! n ann we will sometimes getl n n ic of all our caution I 1 lit but the simplest and! PI d ne known which is Dr I rvr rtr Remedy Puriaesthel In i lality in old and young f in John L Sullivan on thel nr liuuld have oar Farmers I merchant our Merchants I J t !y our Ladies Book ev f rr oar Mikado The' tn J rlure card's will be sent I J a MrLss on receipt of MS L U H McDonald! ash SL New i t beyond 35 1 f r i UIHI n 1 IK: fiir i IT A bought bial 1 e f ,r CM Blood Purtftr h nka he has got himself mtc r ht r'trrved much I wje try jinolhe- bottle 0 p- rm inmllv ured Theren TO pfflcient m its ilortl Ooly fl per botlle. Sold J Nt ird a s aht L n t Ynarcnists but alfl is the latest opbl Pi 1 j u ever have acrack-l ni[ -.13.1 piDg roaring bolher I b. he that kepi the whole Earn I imujr ir u ita Q clock ID the morn I Mai Ui% t I it all have not heaidj w f il uris made by Hamilton t r 1 1 wLich are warranttd to minute Safe yet effective. I nu bold by I I fe What miserable- on reall> must telll 1h  say is in I inn us I ivt-r Regulator IHX) for my inter 1 1 H ft ilson r j ivtr every variety! n U derricks pullejf I r lackle r 1 i Ur3 h urrl< i l t ir ul li urises from dc I than from any I un rf-uliiog in diabetes I and ther difficulties that I inrurable rarat I 1> i i hutnfTj and Ijrfrl n: ami ure all theM diffl F c( r iLinlj Large bottles r L- -i i r it le agitation aboutl H H r I it ureen apples willl i. IHIKQ amoni; the small I t hca to ihe side inflation! l th. Ixjw.ls I ,ie t Ihe digestive and! HDS can be prompt I hl> corrected bj Ihe of I n. Aa dinner pil" I licrslion I bey havt ool n c> ushpation h  A lawyer drew j TV Jtl C< I il i HI lod ofl luu "ijsenters diarrhoea.elc. I u, fr n di rdered digestion Id in ID Ihe stomach n  IMne bark and aide t he Price 25 and M 1 Ir IL.C or of Boston every I l D t delaj al once bof o 23. WELL8BORO, TIQGA CpTOTTY, JUNE b, 1886. CK 'HI I I IBUSHED EVBHY MUKXING BY 102 104 west Water Street CER.A., ns ABS SHOWING Have you seen the Bargains that sj Oii J. nc Block No 101 Main W -born I a s 1 I al M second IT TKBJIS A iiur and fifty ayearcaah nce licit 111 arrears, twodol- lf ont YtMt toany per "J f MX new Pubecribere PROFESSIONAL CARDS HAIH ei B LEACH UlHirn I 1 a. Office en er Ajnl (I 1880 Iv lurli I PllljfoOt, Y I ST I t I) 1 over tbe 1 nr at tl e head of I iss< y M f K it T K M Mi rn k A N I boro Pa Office in ,r u <1 floor Mam streit d ul.s N illi inm, M D I H S Pa Of I nil It M r Sptr ally a all il dl-mk-t- (f UIL IKS I. M PotUr, r 1 Att U I i Office n M cut lloor -Jan 1 g V F LHANNELI tint) Ch iniicll, W- AT LAW I 1 utral imme Jai j Vllnil I Shattlllk, I I AT LAW 1 iLDtral ____J J... The handsomest line of French Sat- teens ever offered in this market. SCOTCH GINGHAMS, ZEPHYR GINGHAMS, DOMESTIC GINGHAMS, 1 Tfln i Bealtks many other new fabrics maac for he carjy spring trade Is offering in[ The Weakest Thine. BT BABBITT BBOWKDia Which IB thje weakert Uilng of Rll Ulne heart can ponder r The Bun a little cloud can pall With darknces yonder The cloud a little wind can more Whoe'er it Ifstclh, The wind little leaf above. Though NIC, resiBteth What time that yellow leaf was green My daje were gadder, Batjiow whatever spring may mean, 11 mart grow sadder Ah me I a leaf with slgha can wring My lipe Then la mlno heart the weakest thing Itself can ponder NOW IS THE TIME TO BUI YOUR BLEACHED AND BROWN f care aud nclenliflc treat n ei t A lv cc 111 i i rtecr I ns by mail bore Octo >cf 1 1B8. WLLLSBORO, PA rt to mil special attention to my HOUSE, i I si KO A BROS Proprietors OIIS VARNlSflES Turpentines, Brushes, und ter a enpplits of ail kluds I tc of all co! re for cill r outnidc or i Hide work at th raont rtasonabic nccs VU boro JSW R E KARR Tatefnl to Kennedy lO-ly Jane -ow's Your .her? Is the Oriental sijut-xtion knowing thit good health cannot exist witliout a healthy Whcft-lhe is torpid the ols aic and con stij ated, tlic foo I lies f the stomich undi gcstcd. pttisoning the 1 lood frequent he id ache en ae-. a feeling of Hssi tu le despondency and D i e-'S mdu itt ilu sj ctcm is de nitre 1 Simmons .julxtoi h us been tho me ins of moio J e U to he ilth and 1i ippiaess by giving thorn i ilth) I tli in any on euth It i U extnoi- clmaiv andtfTu icy NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED Vsnk it ril f r im firDvsi 1 n I IM r t iiiHtifntlon ctt M r nMlilnt, Is uid I v r 1 i IMt l lul 1 1 Hi. cl i cl. I Mil nun Mar on lu JnlyH the crusaders The gardener volunteered to show u the vabz as he called It and as w were cunpua to know what a vabz might be, we followed him to the alory, where we found the object UD refer red to was a vase, 'vabz being a com moo pronunciation of the word ID Eng land famo keeomg to the left of the street Instead of to the right as we do We found Mansion so far from the center of London that we concluded to take the advice of Heir Baedeker the author of our guide book, and look for lodgings m a more ell gible locality We called at several places before we were suited We seemed to be buildinc; and more impressive than many a mort, pretentious one Turlher to the north and off Fleet street arc the Inns of Grays ami Furnrval s Chancery lane leads up lo them t We turned off the Fleet to visit Gray s Inn It is simply a pile of unpretentious low brick buildings surrounding two See Saw and at another time it was conducted by Waldteufe! whose many familiar wtillzts rival those of Strauss One night at the Drury Lane theater the plot of the pUy turned upon that ancient subject so popu lar with tbe English the conflict between John Bull and the Frenchman In which John is uniformly victorious The last vi, ij ,juuu IB uuuuiuuy victorious i ne iaai It was well worth seeing, for Hi3 a regarded with something of distrust as worts and occupied mostly by lawyers scene represente 1 the return of a Soudan .us work and is 'allowed to be the soon as we declared ourselves Americans. have their chambers there We regiment and their reception in Trafalgar largest in the world we were told by the The recent dynamite scare had put them amused ourselves by reading their names Square at which point the pent up patriot Kardener who sung off a full description On their guard and thty were especially on the signa Rather peculiar and uncpm lsm of lbe enthusiastic audience reach L 1 of it m a monotonous mechanical suspicious of Americans Fortunately our mon aome of them seeme 1 to us and t 8uch a pitch that it burst fmh n a storm It is chiseled out of a single block of mar ble and holds nearly three hundred gal Ions It was found in a lake at Hadrians Villa near Rome where it must have lain 2 000 years The Earl received U as B present from Sir William Hamilton, and has been offered 000 for it There is a similar vase in the British Museum but it is not so large and not considered so val uable aa the one at Warwick We left Warwick that afternoon for Stratford on Avon about thirteen miles distant The ride was an especially pleas ant one Warwickshire is an exceptional ly fine section of country comparatively city with the West Lnd level well cultivated and fertile I re member we got some plums that were the finest I ever saw but their olher fruit is not to be commended The English rail road companies seem to take pleasure in valises were russet colored If they had been black I fear we would have made fit subjects for Government suspects for the London police regard black satchels as pe cullarly suspicious articles and dangerous ly suggestive of dynamite At last we found rooms in Cecil street one of the little streets running from the Strand the great backbone of London, down to the Thames Wetfcongratuialed ourselves many upon be me so conveniently situated near the prln cipal theaters and so close to the Strand the great thoroughfare that connects the occurred to me (hut Dickens had not far to go lo get some of the odd ones he made use of In returning to street WL pasH.d through Leather lane where we saw a very interesting sight There are districts right In the cenlef of London that seem to hold out successfully against the civilizing Influences of itnprwgment aud around Leather lane there is a maze of narrow streets and alleys the abode of the lowest classes of society a place where you would, evpe'ct to find the retreat of a cnin mal a place at least wbere you can see dis played in open day misery m all its forms auces at the theaters began the Strand al ways presented a sight that was intensely interesting The walks would be filled with people and the streets jammed with making tbeir-rflada attractive Everything cabs and busses It Is amazing thai more along the li-be wore a look of pleasant accidents do not occur The London cab neatness there was a hedge on each side the whole distance and at each station therer was a flower garden In the morning we walked from Strat man drives furiously disregarding entire ly the pedestrians and crossing the street is sometimes a dangerous undeVlakmg The cab driver of Pans is more civil, he ford across the fields about a milt and a will warn you to (jet out of the way The m r t n 1 ttii ly I n 1 I u wlv (urn t I t od rn onv n n 1 frtm all fc T ET1 1 I I --1SOI2O t 1 I y altt i n lo M M K Al L HOUEb ASTERS and ICE CREAM J, IM I M UUY GLISS I uin is n IHU S jrjjlf I 1 1 t n sit ady irade ro i r ir Crumbling about HII 1 s) iek trade 11 demand tl nt nd M !ls his goods at PHOTOORAPHS. CABINET PICTURES REDUCED FROM g 00 TO 00 PI-R CARD PICTURES REDUCED S1 00 TO 00 1 EH IDO7EN All Work Class. O. SWIEIET, PHOTOGRAPHER, Mam Street Wellsboro. Pa. March TO 1880 Fall Brook Coal Company's Railways CONDE-feKD TIME TABLE Took effect Maj II 1880 25 YEARS IN The Greatest Medical Triumph of the Age I Indorsed all over the World. SYMPTOMS OF A half Ho the little village of Shottcry where Ann Hathaway used to live We found the old cottage itself with its thatched roof and beds of flowers in front, looking just as U did when Will Shakespeare used to go out there during his courtship The house is kept by an old woman by the name of Taylor a descendant of the Hath aways She showed us Shakespeare a fa vonte seat in the corner and Ann B spin ning stool In the visitors' book we saw the names of Garfield Grant Edwin TORPID LIVER. Loss of Nausea tiyei PaTm11 the Head -with a dull SCUT aation in, fain omdeg thejslioulcier after eat- ing, witfr a disinclination to exertion Booth] and others OF( who rides at the rear, add If he spies On bur return lo Stratford we of course you on the walk and you give him any en visited Bhakespean. s titmse It Is of the half timber and half brick style once BO common, with a roof of red tiles and win dows with small diamond shaped panes It has been so thoroughly restored by its zealous guardians that tbe exterior resem In the evening just before the The street was filli-d full of hucksters with their carts of sidle vegetables butch ers fishmongers and auctioneers vending tbeir wares to a rabble of wretched look ing customers and a rugged cqowd had collected around H woman who was bid ding off some worn out worthless cloth ing Throughout the whole place there was an odor of grcuac decayed vegetables smoked fish and neglected meat that Iiur ried us on I Ludgatc Hill is a continuation of the Fleet, and at their junction is Blackfnars Bridge perhaps the next importance to Condon Bridge It is from Blackfmrs that Si Paul s is to be viewed to tbe best advnntace Unfortunately the cathe dial is so surrounded by buildings that a comprehensive view of it is nol lo be had but from the bridge its magriiftcent dome which is considered the finest in the world looming away above the surrounding build ings presents a grand sight The church ia m the form of tc cross as most of the old cathedrals are and it is the third in the world in Upon en tering I was almost, startled by tbe gran deur and lofty proportions of the interior Tlie subdued light mellowing every out line and yet revealing the almost over whelming vastnesa of the nave, rising un der the dome to the height of 235 feet, characteristics of the two nations are es hibited in their cab drivers the English man cannot help displaying his native bluntaess and with tbe Frenchman polite ness is juat as spontaneous The busses are on the two story plan, like the tram carst so the passengers can 8iL OD the top as well as inside The ont side seats are the best if you want to obf serve what is going on in the street, the 'busses are high, and you get a good view from tbe top Each bus has a conduct- of applause jFeannt, the conse juences iij tbe of their enthusiasm if ihej should doubt, our being loyal English men we joined m and Qhouled as lust ty as any of them One day we visited liegeni s Park anj the Gardens in it away up m the northern part of the city several miles from tbe Strand We made a rule to walk wherever practicable and although in a city like London where the distances are great it consumes considerable time yet it gnes one a familiarity with the eity he would not otherwise get London is certainly to be admired for the number and of its parks Here 13 liege n I a Park a tract of near 500 acres with brood shaded walks drives fountains and plenty of green turf for the children to play on a patch of country right in the center of London, you Hyde Park is i little smaller nnd H little more fashionable has a large artificial lake and ji toad way made expressly for back ndmg of which the I ondoncrs make good use RolUn How m this park 13 the most fasbioouble promenade in Lon don daring the season There are a dozen other parks in ihe besides the exten sive gardens m the suburbs at Green wich and elsewhere immortal Jumbo you know came from the London and he used to car ry he children around upon his back a doz n al a lime just as we saw his widow Alice doing But alas for the rapacious enterprise of that maa Barnum she too has emigrated to the land where her mar tyred spouse met his I remember seeing poor Tumbos full biography sold for a penpy on the London streets and he must have been popular among the juve To a Dandelion 1 tllAXK I f I E It S A S Froi lie ti g I ill L n c or the eon II d ng n tht fragrant (.ranx Have you any k SMXS won trom thi. jjrUt> ina d whupane W bt tbc MIU H ps down the WLPI So m. f r t, rl cot L n uwt Of ttit. (seer t w h ch you ock In your Liny gokkn breast "ion shall 1 ar an a rj knock And a. jucBi 01 ft luit o 1 ti At tbc try of n t Ifcn ttie eamnur tw tht c brealt Makes yon d with dt.1 t.ht Douce i liapi lo death When tbe ptoctfL mooi aha ]Kt[ Down from the star lit ek. es tba we i Teurtf or ewtt-t c 0113 dew lend r gruc oas you shal tin ct co npany w tb jou Ncatb the hca CD e co b u you da Uy MIOWJ jjiosi bee what 11 jour wi dom I T II mt i raj what at t, I boai-L biicb a for LUL r ng I1 t wLauit. the ho ir yo tell she rtpliyp jour magic well if L you ofl to pared -L Sound" for yon a gtnt t, knell Ligbta your jonrncy wkh hir eyes U ould that I were hair to w ft The Presidents Wedding qinst was that funotis rarity the bald headed chimpnnzee You hardly know couragemcnt he makes It his business to solicit you to ride, shouting out continual ly m a stentorian voice Charing Cross station penny all the or whatever tho destination of his bus may be mg, wim a disinclination to exertion 4eaiuun fiuaruiaua mat me exienor resem On our Qrat walk on the Strand one pe aer me aome 10 me ueigut 01 teet, whether to at him or to pitv him of body ormiad, Irritability of temp. bles very little that of the original, but the cuhanly that struck ua waa thq great num and the solemn stillness of the place made hls antlcs we soTaffiU8tDg anfl t D18 ex -wsplrits.Lossof 1D81de has not been dieturbcd We saw her of jewelry stores and the scarcity of it evefl more ioipress1ve than Westminster pressloo so mteJhgcnt and human like that the room where the poet was born a front drug stores In England the chemists was A tablet in the wall referring to Sir you are almost in doubt whether he la a room on the first floor ita walls black with carry on only their legitimate business of Christopher Wren tbe architect of the ca mcre animni or a fcnow hting entitled to the names of many visitors vandals who selling chemicals and do not go into the thedral who planned it. two centuries ago the franchise and the other r febls of a ciU retail liquor, business as they do in Amen ca that belongs to the public house or pub as its frequenters familiarly term it The day following our arrival we pro THE 1IAI I COL I 1 E I t FOB DEEU 1 Utk lent Cleveland a wedding took place at the While House m Wash ogton last Wednesday evening The invited guests beg in to assemble at abr ut half past aixo clock and they were received in the Blue room b> Miss Rjse tlt.vc.Und the Presi lent s The following is a c  and MFP Manning William t ndicolt becretarj of and Mrs Ladicott William t Whitney Secretary of the ISavy and Mrs Whitne) William I- tbe Postmas ter Oenerul and Mrs L Q C La mar Secretary of the Inter or Daniel S Lament private secretary to tbe President and Mrs Lament Benjamin tolsom of Buffalo N Mr and Mrs Rogers of Seneca Falls ,N Mrs Cad man and Mrs. ILuddkstdn of Detro t Mr and Mrs Harmon of B >SLon relat ves of the bude Miss Nelson of New "i ork W S B ssell of Buffalo tbe President s former law partner Rev Dr and Mrs Byron Sunder land Attornej Genertl darland although invited wub oot present cteded after a season of promenading and conversation to Lhe family dining room of ihe mansion where the wedding supper was served While the orehestra was playing one of its h a ppiesi.se lections and ihe guests were gathered aiwut the tables the bnde quietly slipped away to her room and changed her wedding dress for a heavy giay silk irav eling dress bhe then relumed to her company and was soon afterward joined b> the President who had in the mean l me changed bis dress suit for a traveling costume This was about 8 30 o clock ind the President and his a hasiy g od bye Lo their friends and left ibe hoube through a private exit from the Red room mio the south grounds. A closed car isge awaited them and as they entered U and the horses started off a ehow er of rice was Lhrown on the carnage and ibeir friends waved ihem a final God speed from the rear poich The carriage was driven directly lo the Baltimore and Ohio ra Iway station wbere aepeciil imm was m waiting to take Ihe President uid hia bride lo Deer Park They were escorled through the station and into the car provided for tbem without attrncimi, attention and al 9 o clock the tra n started off to ite destination The President and his bnde were whol ly joaccompamed on this journef They will pribablv remain at Deer Park about a week during -which time they will occu p> a sma I cottage attached lo the hotel which bah nol yel opened for the season For a few minutes the puctts chatted judging from the number gaily but conversation was j uckly EUS of such customers But wbat pleased me pended al 1 j o clo< U when a selected or j of having neglected some weariness Dizzinessi Flutter- mgof Veil 3W Skin HeadabheTRostlessneas y highly colored Urine. IF WABNING3 AEE UNHEEDED, TOTTS FILLS nro especially adapted to sttch cases, ona doso effects such n change of feeling as to astonish ttto sufferer ThpylncreuBe the Appetite, and cause tho body to would not hesitate to commit sacrilege at the very shrine of immortality But their vandalism avails them little for the walls are "whitewashed frequently to cover up the n am 1.3. This mania for scratching as affects not alone the common herd, bears the inscription in Latin If you would see my monument 1 mk about you Around the walls are placed statues and memorials of celebrated men, "most, of them naval heroes In ihe crypt under the ca or TUfc. KNOTTY PROBLEM THAT HAS DEEIi Ab THE PE  hve exceed men in that hotel office eacb with a piece of paper and a pencil wildly gesticulating and arguing about the sale of that and Lhe profits that ac crued from it Before midnight there were men in all the hotels and other pub he resorts down town similarly occupied The preponderance of opinion was that was the amount of Lhe profit although a stubborn and reckless minority insisted on One man bet that wab right and the question was sent on, to the Spirit of tfu> for settlement and numerous side bets were made on the same proposition The question into one of the Sunday papers and since that a good portion of the entire popula lion have been spending iheir time in ar guing it A friend brought the newspaper clip ping into our office last evening after the paper was up and work for tbe day was done The art cle was read aloud by our business manager to our editor in chief chestra from the Marine Band stationed in the Lorndor struck up the fam liar strains of the Wedding March from Men delssoha B Midsummer Night s Dream and ai eyes were turned to tbe doorway to catch the first glimpse of the c ming bnde an i groom Starting from the western corridor on lu if there Ts a missing link it 13 the the uppt.r floor the President came slowly exchange editor and foreman Ihere was chimpanzee down the western staircase with bis br de a moments quiel calculation on the part our waj back it grew dark and we leanmt, on h s arm They were un iccom of each tben lbf 8tOTm aroae and com lost our bearing, but we trusted to in panied evcn the bride, mo her awa.tmg Sor stmct which pretty reliable and to her w.th the Passing throug? STATIJNR pm am am Nl C-AH III! BOO "00 10 New lorL p m ami am 5 00 00 3 00 11 02 0011 a p tn p m in f 0 4 (0 04 Albany Syracunt Auburn Rochester 1 tc tht iOOO 140 300 11 OS] 0 3j' 4 0.3 am1 pm p m 100.113.. 100 I m p in a m amipmam OT 7 k 10} Matanv Fall" 0-> S JH 11 I in i i am am1 (0 U 1 Buffalo l. t r tl c family ahoi I IM M M M) N K CEH1 le Ihe rt HAMMOND I s 10 cents [xwt a 1 ou fr a royal t uf that w H pit T lh< i ijht potwibte fjm I otilj or al! the i f u aj, mm ilycucceea a y an wl tvcry tvuiirif, may -at he I usioew we 1 ff r To tt wlioatinotwelt 1 to pay for Iht trouble of n BIT directions etc cent J f in for all whofttart Iddrcss   930 810 l as i am m 8 B C Co 11 rar 4 1C SI 8 1 1 enn j f 8 4' 11 111 Watkrns 910 4 >0 10 8 1C nc .i. "00 3-> IlarrieoQ al y 402 40 IB 40 4 f boro Ai 2IS am p m 12 40 1- 00 10 J8 iB-R n. Wllilamsport m 22C he could write the flve signatures that I lament houses On the whole R is the the traffic is at that time the heaviest of the are extant are not at all flattering to his most graceful monument I ever saw whole day and when it is understood that chirography The desk is there, however, On the north side of the square lathe on an average 200000 foot passengers that he used m the Tree Grammar National Art Gallery with its great collec 23.000 vehicles cross daily on that School during his boyhood and on our lion of paintings, including Turner s fa bridge alone it Can be readily Imagined way to the church where he is burled we mous works and many by Reynolds, Land naat a scene is presented passed the building itself, still used aa a seer and other English artists On ihe The TharneJf is not a fine river its water school and looking just as it did when he east IB the church of St. Martin m the U not clear and ila current rc sluggish and all the way around and it seats 0 000 people Mr Spurgeon is a hale looking man 1 not jet gray and evi dently not past his prime with a voice that can be heard by all his vast audience. We went to one Catholic church where Ihefcnusic was furnished by a full orches tra an i threepence charged for our seats Once we heard Mrs General Booth tenor The delicate ivoirj shades of the bride a wtdd ug gown found an exquisite setting in the masaes of crimson roses im mediately beyond Tbe President was in full evening dress with turn down collar white lawn neck tie aud white enamel studs The bride s wedding dress was of ivory BBC! angry forces retired for supper and the battle was renewed again m ihe even mg with recruits m ihe shape of two limbs of the law and a pedagogue. Con siderable evcuement and dismay was caus ed in tbe ranks of the men by the an nouncement that our editor in chief one of the firmest and most earnest supporters of T.hat theory had gone over to the ene II A BORING Traffic Manager Triumph in Dentistry. Having the cxcloFlve rlgfct for thla ictllon to nee the new and wonderful remedy W alteTiate pain. an 1 for tbe puriwee of more tborongfaly iotrodncing the same I will for the neit thirty flays apply the raed cine free of charge, and operate for one- ialf the oil price, for all who wish to try U and haw B tooti citActcd. The onivenal testimony of icons vbo have already oaed It la that In many cascr, It changes the dreaded openttm to almort a geasarV HANUFAcnniRD mr MONUMENTAL BRONZE COMPANY, BaiDCUtPOBT.OOIIH. perton contemplating the erection of a mon pmeat Mjeqnested to call piipr addrera W H. tv eat- r, or eorKflpond with J H. BJcfa HonMllsville K i conntj, 9 1 free Oct U 1885-ly A. B DentM. 1 Cutarla. When Baby wai lick, we gro her Castoria. When ahe vu Child. Bbe cried for Caatoria. when aha became Mias. she clnng to Cattorla he gave them Cartoria. A hush fell upon the assemblage as Rev occupy a large portion of the town deace or the Prince ot Wales, St James's rate Ihe great flre ot 166G which slatted at Thames boats are slow and clumsy look The Duiluiogs are old and black and wealh n.-i----------- J erbeateD, moat but yet they Is not pleasant doles and stroi about Uiem suggestite of a prison, and I don boarding house I cannot imagine am afraid the students find them pretty The Strand is a part of one of the two One night we suggestive. Hero It was that the great parallel thoronghf ares connecting the to hear first English Bibles were printed, and the1 SPAPFRf idiog walls The a appnire ana iwo oumonds A promlnent youn< nounced as the answer soon came down to and started off gleefully to set Lawyer s Row ablaze with the discus sion Try it yourself and see if you can not argue just as forcibly and sensibly on the one side as on the other The craze i and excitement are on the increase. We and up a broao avenue flanked with huge utterance the doctor began the simple and guarantee it to cause a family quarrel on trees proceeded to the Observatory perch beautiful wedding service After mvok shon it will set husband against ed on the summit of a high mound, tfnd Ing the Divine bleasinR and addressing wlfu JMld ?onnS man with his best girL Numerous instances or disagreements are reported to us, but Ihere have been no murders as yet. 'ST-4PFRI   

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