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Fort Wayne Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 2, 1887, Fort Wayne, Indiana A Dail Vise tiie july 2, 1887.some of the beauties and novelties of the present season. Fashions for fair Dames. Handsome outfits during the coming for Lovely women present and months. Tailor Slade goes. In Many of the new costumes now exhibited there is a skillful suggestion of an under Robe supplied in material Richer than that used for the remainder of the dress. This is Sho in at the Edge of the skirt by Means of a Quille a email panel or a ravers and it is implied below the Waist by detaching from the latter a portion of the drapery to permit a glimpse of silk or velvet which is again made a Parent from under the sleeve cuffs. Another idea is to line the Draper with a color that corresponds with some line Check or spot predominating on its surface and to let this be Well turned Back Over the front and sides of the folded Petticoat. Some of the new waistcoats Are Par Iausly tasteful. They Are like the collars and cuffs frequently shown in a cloth paler than that used for the remainder of the costume and abundantly decorated with a narrow fancy braid of feathery a proclivities with a Center thread of Gold or Silver. Many of the turned Back lapels have a narrow bordering or binding of velvet and carried As they frequently Are Down each bide of the Waistcoat one alone is often taken across from one Side to the other or else they will together form an x just below the Waist line. A Tweed costume showing lines in shades of Brown crossed by a thread of Pale Blue had its lapels bound with velvet of the latter color and its watch pocket cuffs etc., shown in the same while the drapery displayed a Small panel of the velvet and a permitted a glimpse of it to become Aji Parent through a disconnected fold near the Waist. A Tweed checked with chocolate and White hing its skirt set in close Gatti Wasj As turned up with Brown to Quot be folded Back As far As the Waist and thence j resent effective folds to mingle with those of the Check that formed the drapery at the Back and looped on to the bodice. A half Inch chessboard Check in shades of Fawn draped upon tie Cross showed the front of the bodice in Diagonal lines and had Collar and cuffs of Blue velvet. On an Olive Green a scroll pattern fas richly braided in shades of Copper 3icnze, and Crimson and the Large design carried Over the front breadth of help tit was presented in reduced form Ovie shoulders whence it graduated to the Waist to be lost in the folds of the habit bodice. Some of the toques / Are made of a Liepke material either in Wool or silk to match the costumes. Others in White or Cream have Gold mixed into the Cord that Borders the High standing Butterfly Bow or Wing which is the prominent feature of the Queen. Hand and foot h ear. U some charming novelties in the matter of parisian gloves have lately made their appearance in new York. A great Many conservative people Are of the opinion or at least pretend to be that a woman necessarily forfeits her claim to Good taste unless she persists in covering her hands with the ugliest things that she can find in the average Quot Glove for my part i fail to see Why embroidered gloves of delicate and pretty tints should not be As refined and legitimate As embroidered stockings. I saw the other Day some very smart gloves indeed. They bad about them tie air of a Paris Boulevard and were wholly destined for Street Wear. All the colors were Bere represented Heliotrope Rose a it ale Green faint yellow and suggestive Blue. A peculiarity was introduced in making the inside portion ice Tweedi the fingers of White kid. The effect was remarkably pleasing in contrast with the hideous Brown and impossible Grays that hitherto have graced Glove counters in general though i should not advise every woman to invest $3 Ina pair of them. Toliese Are purely Spring gloves to be worn in the springtime of life. Speaking of them reminds to of the complement of gloves shoes and in this Especial line something equally delightful has been invented fancy clippers made of the material vulgarly called Turkey red the sort of Stu ii our grandmothers used for curtains and daintily embroidered with tiny Golden l Eek shoes fit for a own a indeed. 3%elieelsare Hig and covered wi0� ded Les Rhile the Ofie Fia Innea tir Job a twi ,i�ii3muakm, ii ugly foot looking in a shoe like this. By the Way. I recently saw a pair of shoe buckles designed by a leading jeweler of this City for a prominent woman of fashion solid Gold buckles literally encrusted with precious stones. If this woman does not rejoice in a perfect foot she surely deserves to do so a Brood in times. Bathing suits sabbat of concerning the spiritual welfare of mortals. The popular materials for bathing suits Are Plain flannel and the More wiry worsted Serge in Plain Navy Blue Cream White or with stripes of contrasting colors especially Blue and red the stripes of equal Width usually an Inch or less. The striped goods Are usually employed for the skirt or tunic and the Blouse is of Plain Blue trimmed with red braid or with bands of the striped material. The favorite style has a Blouse Moi ted in plaits or Quot gather upon a Yoke the neck finished with a Sailor Collar and the sleeves Short the tunic or skirt is plaited or gathered to correspond with the Blouse and reaches just below the Knees and the drawers Are wide and Are either entirely concealed by the skirt or show a trifle below it. Sometimes the neck is Cut out in heart shape and a Che Misette is inserted like in a boy s Sailor suit. Navy Blue suits trimmed with White or red braid have the Che Misette of White with crosswise or Lengthwise rows of bluj3 braid or when striped goods or a contrasting color is used for bands the Che Misette matches the trimming. Box i it waited skirts Are very prettily trimmed with Baid of a contrasting color about one Quarter of an Inch wide placed in clusters of three or five rows to form upright stripes in the spaces Between the Jil aits or sometimes Tiju on the plaits themselves. Bands of materials of a contrasting color Are also used in the same Way. Blue suits Are trimmed with Black Light Blue or red. White suits Are trimmed with White braid but there May be a Che Misette or a Sailor Collar of dark Ile Cord. Simple and plainly told truths. A boy s religion experience not always the Best teachers shed Renee the fruit of Faith pure in heart experience not always the Best teacher. It is a popular Maxim that experience is the Best teacher. This is True and false. Did you Ever know a Moth that had been singed by the flame fail to dash directly to the flame the moment that it could use its wings again How Large a proportion of those who have Learned by bitter personal experience what the vice of drunkenness or any other vice is turn from that sin on account of that experience ? there Are in fact Many teachers concerning evil better than experience of evil. The warning of a father the gentle leading of a Mother the holy precepts of a sunday school teacher if heeded Are better far than lessons of experience in the direction of those warnings for these teach through defending and preserving while experience teaches too often through loss and s. S. Times. A. Joys lie Lurlon. Yov ellies ill Silus among the novelties in French Silks from the looms at Lyons Are ribbed Silks Bengali us and faille covered with minute Floral devices Woven into the main portion of the fabric these textiles showing that there will be a decided i reference for Relief effects. There Are also i manufactured Watteau and Pomi adour summer Silks and Fine Satin brocades flowered Over with Liaf blown roses and buds iia sies four of Cocks Sweet Poa blossoms sprays of Pink and White Hawthorn Azalea blooms and api to blossoms and foliage. Cashmere of the most exquisitely Fine texture have also Small designs i on them Woven in tinted Silks Pink roses on Cream White grounds purple pansies in silk and velvet on a ale Heliotrope surfaces Jasmine and Jonquil blooms on a background of palest Chamois and pure Snow White roses and buds on Ivory. These charming textiles Are to be used very largely for the rare and luxurious Tea gowns which Are to reach a still higher Point of popularity the coming season. They Are now the absolute rage abroad and French and English Modister Are viewing with each other in attempts to produce the most unique and Beautiful novelties in that direction. If a boy is a Lover of Jesus he can t be a Church officer or a preacher but he can be a godly boy in a boy s Way and in a boy s a lace. He ought not to be too solemn or too quiet for a boy. He need not cease to be a boy because he is a Christian. He ought to Zilay like a real boy. But in All he ought to show the spirit of Christ and be free from vulgarity and profanity. He ought to eschew tobacco and intoxicating drinks. He ought to be i peaceable i gentle merciful and generous. He ought to discourage fighting. He ought to refuse to be a party to mis chief to persecution to deceit. He i need not always be interrupting a game to say he is a Christian but he ought j not to be ashamed to say that he refuses to do something because it is wrong and wicked or because he fears god or is a Christian. He ought to take no part in the ridicule of sacred tilings but meet the ridicule of others with a bold statement that for the things of god he feels the deepest Bead. Hedi enee the fruit of Faith. Easy Iio Ivna / or mural try Wear among the list of attractive summer dresses Are the Quot easy gowns Quot for morning Wear. These Are made in two styles the one a Demi trained Princess shape with a full Sash or Aliory at the Back and the other shows a gown of even length All around with full breadth plaited or gathered to a Yoke. Neither Springs nor bustles Are worn with Toliese gowns and not a few Are made with the full Bishop sleeve. Some of these dresses Are unconfined at the Wasl falling in straight folds from the Yoke. Others Are worn with a silk Cord and Tassel or have ribbons which Start from the Side seam and tie in front. The charming printed Challies Are largely used for these inexpensive but luxurious gowns also veiling and Canvas goods in shades of Ciel Blue old Rose Lilac and York pout. Suminer ii rats. Among the elegant Long wraps for summer Avear at fashionable watering Lilaces Are French i Ulisses of Black lace with richly beaded yokes with jetted band starting from these yokes and going Down the Back As far As the Belt. These Are called Quot beaded Black lace bodices in Jersey style Are new with unlined sleeves of the lace and Superb Vest turn Over cuffs and wide Charles in. Collar of White lace in Duchess real Irish Point or some other expensive variety. Sometimes the style is reversed Ami the Jersey is of Cream White Laco or net with accessories in thread Marquise or Black it Spanish Guipre. Various fancies. \ the deprecatory Way in which Obedi ence is regarded in Mudi Reviva Listi teaching is out of Harmony with the j whole spirit of the new testament and tends to make the religion it Fosters a thing of Mere sentiment. On a Bill an i bouncing some Mission services we i once saw the verse Quot nothing to pay to not a Whit nothing to do no not a bit All that was needed to do or to pay j Jesus ha3 done in Bis own blessed i now that is both True and false. True in that our lord s work is Complete j false in that it leads men to think that i Faith May Quot abide Christ lays equal stress on believing and doing. Indeed he tells us that certainty concerning god can Only be reached by willingness to obey. Quot where Faith remains without obedience like seed that does not Send up its Stem to the Light it Dies. Where men seek to obey without Faith in their heart they try to bring Forth fruit As from a tree without Root i in the soil. To protest against any teaching which slights the words of Christ either As to Faith or obedience. The end must be harmful. Without Faith we become dry and hard moralists without obedience we become Mere religionists. Those who slight obedience sever Christ from his precepts those Avaio slight Faith take the precepts and lose sight of the Christ. We have no i Echt to do either. We take either course at our peril. Without Christ As the object of Faith the glow the enthusiasm the dynamic Force of christianity Are wanting and it becomes a Mere system of morals Superior to but not differing in kind from that of other religions of the world. Without obedience growing out of Faith in him our religion becomes More erratic than spiritual More hysterical than practical. Embroil denier Muslin skirts Are worn with Short polonaises of coloured silk. Pinks Are tired As posies and very effective they Are in All the varieties. Black lace in striped patterns is made up Over White silk with very striking effect. Short panzers with butter Fly Wing Drai Ery at the Back Are fashionable for Gay summer Silks. Several simple hats and bonnets instead of a lesser number of elaborate ones is Good form. Sweet peas Are seen this season among the velvet Flowers and Are beautifully shaded. Sunshades have a handle quite aft Long As a cite and. It Pic to col ii they Are sure to be by Glia. Dehy a usher ii a to amp Fowe Kimii a a i ure in heart. A almost every one appreciates the duty of governing the Tongue although few people dwell upon the necessity of controlling the thoughts. Kight speaking is a recognized duty but right thinking is too often classed among the Imi of life. Quot it May be wicked to feel so but i can t help my thoughts Quot apologetically says some detractor. The excuse is a generally accepted one but it has not sufficient foundation in fact. Isolated thoughts cannot always be controlled. Uliey Flash into the mind like obstinate sprites and the More one fixes the attention upon them in disapproval the More impossible docs it become to expel them. It is however within the limits of human Effort to control the tendency of the thoughts. When a malicious or frivolous member of the tribe starts into being they can Best be combated not by out and out fighting but by turning instantly to another class of valuable and interesting reflection. The mind May to so thoroughly disciplined that its thoughts shall be drilled battalions of soldiers. They will doubtless be Ahvay raw troops not marching according to strict military Rule and not in a cases sure to obey tip but they Stead Pum Hwi a Tonto Hiiter the Bra Iii toward a certain line of thought and it will keep it within creasing steadiness for a surely physical reasons. It has its automatic action As the fingers have theirs Ashen they so accustom themselves to seeking the keys of the piano that they find them without the Aid of Tho eyes. The discipline of the thoughts contributes to the intellectual As Well As moral development. There Are in All lives unoccupied intervals of time when one is Riding to and from his place of business or taking his Quot constitutional Quot for example. He cannot read or study to advantage at such moments but instead of letting the mind Drift whither it will he can fix it Jjon the last Poe ii he has read or upon some truth from an author of value. But after All intellectual develop ment is of Small value compared with that of the moral nature. The study which every one should lend the greatest Energy is that of uprooting All evil from the heart and mind denying shelter to whatsoever is not absolutely pure and Iju Mig a Tiok. No other country in the world has had one tenth As Large a foreign population to Deal with with As that of the United states. In the last sixty five years the country has received and absorbed close upon 14,000,000 people of foreign birth an average of More than 200,000 a year. A from july 1, 187g, to june 30, 1886, a period of ten years the immigrants in timbered almost 4,250,000, and the annual average for ten a ears was some thousands larger than the whole present Poi elation of Boston. Stated in another Vay the immigration in the ten years named was Only 100,000 less than the whole Poi it elation Tion of Canada at the time of its last census. The enormous wave of immigration soon distributes itself Over the country a for Tho most part Over the Northern and Western states. The country is now so Large that the addition which comes to it from abroad every year is hardly perceived. To add 000,000 people to 00,000,000 is Tho same As adding one to 100. When the immigrants Are of a desirable class they Are very quickly absorbed and Ali or identity is lost in the general throng. They seem Little different from natives and if they Are of the very Best class they try to make themselves like True native born americans All such persons Are More than Welcome Here. They become a useful honorable and Noble citizens. Unfortunately the Law cannot discriminate Between Vliem and i persons who Are not Welcome but who Are a pest. We do not now refer to Tho halt lame and Blind the ignorant the paupers a who live at the Public charge wherever they May be a but to the disciples of anarchy and nihilism. Those who seem unlikely upon a Phi Sical examination to be Able to support themselves May to sent Back to Europe. But the Law does not exclude men on account of Ali or opinions and a great Many of those who have recently come to America Are men Whoso Creed and politics May be summed up in the word there is one native american who is an anarchist we Are told but nearly All the rest Are men who have come hither and Accel ted the hospitality of the country merely to destroy the country. If there were any Way to sift out these pests of the nineteenth Century and to refuse them admission to the country it would be Well to adopt it. Since there is no such Way and since the Public mind is wholly unprepared for any measure of general exclusion in order to keep out Public nuisances we must Hope that the evil will be a Small one and Trust to Tho general Good sense of the Jie Ople not to be led away by their false theories. Nevertheless to should always remember that the United states does not open its doors and ask All the world to come in from a sentiment of Universal Benevolence but because at present it deems immigration advantageous. When the people change their mind on that Point they have a right to shut the s companion. Exp list As spoken in Germany. The highest courts of the Empire Are still held in Leipsic very much to the displeasure of Berlin whose inhabitants naturally enough desire to magnify the capital. Wishing to visit the courts and being rather doubtful As to my German i went into a Large China store in whose window i had seen that sign so often a Welcome sight Quot English s2 Oken i said to the Young woman who came Forward to wait on me Quot you speak English do you not Quot Quot of yes Quot she replied. Then in very Plain words i asked her if the courts of Justice were in session that Day. She deliberated for a moment and answered Quot you would like a Large plate Quot in what i Trio Ughoc still plainer Engliski i repeated my question. She deliberated a Little longer and said Quot you would like a Large plate with pictures on it Quot in desk air i interrogated her in German and Frimd out at length that the higher courts were not then open. I was reminded of this experience afterwards by a Story i heard in another German town where an american lady wishing to find lodgings was attracted by Tho same sign which had enticed me. Finding that the Landlady could speak Only a word or two of her vernacular she said Quot by you have a sign on your door English spoken Here Quot Quot on yes Quot replied the German Quot by the English who come Here,&Quot-�?i7/mrc7t Magazine. It Nixb a Trent in the door,-4� his wh6 in caressing his Dattge fit a Man you we not hired a of Quot the tip so Quot a misty of Kong sea Laurus ices Moat Vigo Ion maa the a Tro Geet physique Are not proof Sgal Nat a disease the germs of which impregnate the air ire breathe and the water we drink. The True pre putative the Barest defense is to fortify the system with a Medicino which possesses specific Virtues As a safeguard and remedy. Hostetter s stomach bitters is precisely this article proved by conclusive tests to be to. Not Only on this continent Quot wherever Miasma gives birth to the malarial infection but in the tropics where fever and ague assumes its Moat Mali ant types this incomparable popular and deserving Medicine has for Over a third of a Century shown its Efficacy. Chills and fever dumb ague bilious remit tent alike yield to its influence and Are prevented by it. The word Quot fail Quot has no Potice in the lexicon of possibilities when this Peerless article is ased. It tones the stomach arouses the liver when sluggish and promotes healthful activity of the kidneys and bladder. _ a so Hon id. Quot he was an anomaly among his kind a a modest reporter. He had dropped into the elite Celtib Ball room to write a ten line notice of the affair. Suddenly he found himself confronted by a bejewelled and bedecked lady who said sweetly Quot a i know you you re one of those horrid reporters Aren t you Quot am a reporter Madam Quot Quot i knew it. And you be come to write All sorts of horrid things about is poor ladies who can t help our selves 3&Quot Quot indeed Madam i Quot of yes you will i just think you reporters Are too horrid for anything Quot Quot i am not Quot Quot you go and put All sorts of things in the paper about us. It s just dreadful i get real Cross about it Quot Quot i assure you Madam that Quot Quot of Well i suppose it s your business to be so horridly awful i suppose now you have come to write up All the costumes in your horrid Way and you la have All our names in the paper too Quot Quot no Madam i Quot of i know you will you always say you wont and then you do you re just so dreadful i do think it s too provoking in you we poor ladies can t do a thing that you Don t put it in the paper i Quot Quot i intend writing nothing but a Brief notice of this Ball Quot Quot of Well i suppose you la put in some names so Here is my card so that the name won t be spelled wrong As it was in your account of mrs. De Wiite s party and there s a Good description of my costume on the Back of the card Don t forget to write Diamond ornaments i think i m real Good to take so much trouble for you when you Are so perfectly horrid As to go and put it All in the papers. Of you wicked naughty horrid Man it makes me Cross to look at you Good by be sure you get my name right this time you la be More horrid than Ever if you Don to Quot a a. D., in Pulc. Coli. E. C. , trotting editor of the Quot spirit of the limes Quot n. A. And Gen. Linus , quartermaster general u. Is. A., Boih recommend St. Jacobs Oil As Quot without equal As a horse Litrico 50 cents. There Are plenty of recipes for making lobster salad but we Don t know of any for preventing it from giving you the j , ? a Sifi Wiigs. The chair on oarsman of America John Teemer writes Quot i have found St. Jacobs Oil of inestimable All Champion oars ii use it. Sold by drug a is and dealers. A Florida health officer. A prominent gentleman from Lake Worth arrived in the City yesterday. Before leaving Here he supplied himself with the proper certificates of health. He said to a gentleman Here yesterday that before reaching Enterprise the train was stopped and a negro stalked through demanding the health certificates that he purposely held his certificate out upside Down when the negro took a glance at it and i to Noim ced it All right. He was evidently too ignorant to know whether it was being held upside Down or Sonville Union. Brown s Little joke. Quot Why Brown How Short 5 on coat is Quot said Jones one to his Friend Brown who wittily replied Quot yes but it will be Long enough before i i it some men spend so Nui Cli Lor medicines that neither heal nor help them that new clothes is with them like an res visits few and far Between. Internal fevers weakness of the hugs shortness of breath and lingering coughs soon yield to the magic Ingli Ince of that Royal remedy. Or. R y. Pierce s Quot Golden medical Yiu Ixia has very stringent medical Laws and a Board of examiners that Quot tests Quot with a Quot High Standard Quot All those who desire to practice Medicine in that state. Yet one of its officials a Coroner recently testified in court that Morphia and alcoholics were antagonistic in their action on the Hii Inan body a statement precisely opposite to that of text books by the Best authorities. Even common experience should have taught the Coroner better. Men cannot he made either intelligent or moral by . Foot s Ideal in monthly. Xii invention of tiie to wig machine dates Back to 1831, when the Quot Manning Mower Quot was perfected. derangement of Tho female system a i sickly cured by the use of or. R. V. Pierco s Quot favorite it removes pain and restores Heath and a Treuth. By All druggists. Otily is the Quality exhibited by a Man who is jealous of a Cross eyed Haven Neils. of the White House have Ionno that their sometimes excess Iro duties produce a Low weak tired and tremulous state of the system and that Iron restores Richness and color to tha blood Calisay bark a natural healthful tone to the digestive organs and phosphorus mildly stimulates the brain a All combined in or. Harter a Iron no Richitis is cured by frequent Small doses of Piso s cure for health Yon cannot have a without Paro blood therefore to keep we purify Trio blood by taking Hood s so Rosa Parilla. This Medicine a peculiarly designed to act upon the blood and through that upon ail the or pans and tissues of the body. It has a specific action also upon Tho secretions and exc exons and assists nature to expel from Tho system All Humora impure particle a. And effete matter through the lungs Ivor bowels kidneys and skin. It effectually aids weak impaired and debit rated organs inv Ger Atea the nervous system tones the digestion and imparts now use and s Sarsaparilla sold by a druggist a. $1 six for $5. Prepared Only by c. I. Hood amp co., Poth Cailes Lowell. Maw.100 doses one Dollar 9500 Reward. The former proprietor of or. Sage s Catarrh remedy for years made a standing Public offer in ail american newspapers of 9500 Reward for a Case of Catarrh that he could not Cora the present proprietors have renewed this offer. All the drug to Well this remedy together with the Quot douche Quot and All other a chances advised to be used in connection with if no Catarrh patient is longer Able to say Quot i cannot be you get $500 in Case of failure. Fit time when the old gentleman invades the parlor accompanied by a club. We would be pleased to know of a Man or woman who has never had headache or been subject to constipation. As these item to be Universal troubles a Little advice May be in order. Why should a persons Crain their stomachs with nauseating purgative Pius etc., which sicken and debilitate when such a pleasant and Sterling of remedy As prickly Ash hitters will act mildly and is actively on tie liver kidney stomach and bowels and at the same time tone and strengthen the whole system causing headache constipation and a such distressing evils to quickly disappear. An auctioneer does As he is bid a postman As he is directed. Fok dyspepsia indigestion depression of spirits Ana general debility in to Weir various forms also As a prevent a against fever and ague and other intermittent fevers the Terro phosphor ted elixir of Calisay Quot made by Hazard Hazard co., new York and sold by All druggists is the Best tonic and for patients recovering from Over or other sickness it has no equal the woman who neglects her husband s shirt front is no longer the wife of his bosom. The Grep Lliter Marr of a a in Perch Erdil horses. 8 00 to 400 fillip Orteiz an uni tit from France All recorded with extended pedigrees in Tbs Fer Heron stud books. The Porcheron is the Only draft Breed of France possessing a stud Book that Haa Tom support and endorsement of the French to Hemment. Send for l20-pa in catalogue illustration a by Osmam Boiu eur. , Wayne Dupage co., Illinois the Best and Forest Besedy for Chue of Oil la eases caused by any derangement of the liver kidneys stomach and bowels. Dyspepsia sick headache constipation bilious cd a plaints and Slala Raof All kinds yield readily to the Ben Eileent influence of it is pleasant to the taste tones no the system restores and preserves health. It is purely Quot vegetable and cannot fail to prove beneficial both to old and Young. As a blood purifier it is Superior to a1 others. Sold everywhere at $1.00 a bottle. It i tse Only True Iron tonic of of youth. Dysf�p8ia, of appetite. of strength and tired Ferlins a a. A Olu Tely cured Bones. May it Clea and Serra receive naw Force. £niit8ns the mind and in pues brain Power. A m. A a a a a Salfa rink from complaints eco i a Letl u liar to their sex will find in a it a. Haktor s Ibon tonic a Ato a peer cure. Giurea a Clear Bealuh complexion. All attempts at counter Fitiak Only .dd8 to its pop a aril. Do not Experiment get origin at and r or. Harter s liver pills cure complaint and Slok headache. Sample dose and dream Book i milled on receipt of two cents in a oatsie. The or. Harter Medicine co., St. Louis to. Chichester s English Tho original and Only genuine. Safe and always . Beware of a Arthley Iii it Tonii. Ladie. j our la Rusein to for Quot i he Heater i to Khz a Quot i Sci take to Otylior or enclose a Stamps to it us for particulars in la Tiei by return Lull. Xam paper. Cilich Kareli a a Wmk Ai. Co., Maslij must ill a i no Tiare i he Luton. I a. Sold by Cru Arriott every Here. A it Klor Quot Slih hcs Ter English Quot i Ennaro a Tsily. The. R. 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