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CENSUS PORTER TALKS,
And Produces Private Figures to
Prove IIi3 Sid of the Question.
St. Lon, Mo., Sprcial. J llobort P.
Porter, superintendent of the United
States census, delivered an address be
fore the Commercial dub of this city in
the evening. The occasion Aas u veiy
en joyah!;! one, :u:d the attendance "was
Mr. Porter said that commer
cial life centered on threat rivers
or great lakes. He traced the
commercial advancement of the country
t!)ioii!.;h the various censuses from tlie
time of Alexander Hamilton to the? prcs
e::t, and presented liouixs from, t lie
eleven! !i censu, now made public for the
jir:it time.'to liov tliat wool and woolen
Manufactures had to-day increased since
I'-'M) .??7,0lf. ?.-:; in value. Statistics of
cotton manufactures were also'made pub
lie for Ihc li rst time and show increases
over as follows: T: number of es
1 .blisiimenls, i;i hands employed,
4-:.::; in cotton consumed, (hales),
CIO. lil.'i; in value of product, $6.",G74,--11;;;
in number of spindles, a,.! 15, 50(1,
nil in number of looms, Ji0,2fjy. The
evcatest increas" is in the Southern
Slates, which tv.v. employing nearly as
raanv hands in this industry now as New
Envi;;;;d did in W).
Homicide by Irleau3 of Spring- Guns.
A telegram from Fort Scott announces
Ihc killing of a thief by means of a gun
tivp which was set by YVitlam McClcan,
a merchant residing at a small town nam
ed Walnut, in Kansas. Having lost con
siderable propcrtv from his store, 3Ir.
h Clean arranged a spring gun so as to
be discharged upon the person of any
burglarious intruder. About midnight
on Saturday he hoard an explosion,
and going to the spot found the burglar
mortally wounded. Before dying the
man said he was from Peoria, but refused
to ive li i s name.
Deaf for a Year
Ilea fin ft Ilestorril and Catarrh
Cured & Hood's Karsaparilla.
'Roehester, X. Y., July 27, 1S91.
"Three years ago, a a result of catarrh, I lost my
bearin'i entirely ami w as deaf for more thau a year
I tried various thitinj lo euvc it, aul hail several
physlciuus, but u improvemeut was apparent. I
Distinguish Xo Sound.
Iw Inteuillu ; puttlai; myself under tho care of a
spet-iulist v.-hen some one su.wsted that possibly
Hood's Sur.-:'jp;trllla would do me some Kood. I be
Kau tnkinit tf without expertlng much help. To my
surprise a.id great j-.y I found when I had taken
three bottles that my heariu was returning. I kept
TIP I had taken three more, when I stopped. It Is
now over a year, am! I a at troubled but very little
with the catarrh. I cr.n-ider this a very remarkable
case." Ukrmas Hicks, :in Carter St.
IIocdN rill. For the liver and bowels, act
easily yet promptly aud efiieleutly. Price 2;i
1 Makes Child Birlh Easy,
2 Shortens Labor,
Endorsed by the Leading Physicians.
g Itok to "Mothers" mailed FJIEJI.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
g ATLAN.TA, GA.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. 2
Ko Pension. Ko Faa.
WASIiINOio.. I). U
HOME VE00.K-KKEra.tfwWs. For,M
ivo'i .:.'"7' h!iytilto,-i: Stamps taken.
.Ive .) la ( Kl i Y,1.l:;H;mil,iiixhAv..Prnoklyn.K. D..X.Y
Sree. Dr. J. II. DYK, Kdttor, Buffalo, ,N. y.
riso's Remedy for Catarrh is the
i-.esi. i-.asiest to Vso. mid Chen
Sold by druggist. or sent by mail.
50c. IS. T. liazeltine, Wurreu, Pa.
ELY'S CBEiU MM
I emi k
Apply Halm iaucu.3ii nostn'L
LLY HkOS., 55 Wnrreri St.. N. Y.
" All she lacks of beauty
is a little plumpness."
This is a frequent thought,
and a wholesome one.
All of a baby's beauty is
clue to fat, and nearly all of a
woman's we know it as
curves and dimples.
What plumpness has to do
with health is told in a little
book on careful livixg; sent
Would you rather be
healthy or beautiful? "Both"
is the proper answer.
Nw'vort B"W:K'a" !mM-' 3 3l Avenue.
Vo.ir urugfrist keeps S-.ctt's .ulsiw 0f cod-liver
cil all druggi:- tv.rywhcre c!j. ji.
j jf-iwyitliHL Young S
T T- A CO DITTTlftlT.
Taking effect at 2 :.." a. m. Sunday, Au
ITOfrTflBOUND NO. 40.
Arrive Ili.di i'oint.
f:0." a. m.
SOUTH BOUND, NO. 41.
Leave High Point,
Aviive Ashob jio,
11 :30 p. m.
1 1 :50 "
12: 53 "
Ti:es triirs will rank as First-Class,
and will run daily except Sdndav,
I KYTON L'ANDOLPII,
W. II. (JIJKK.-n. W. 15. RYDEK,
Gen'l s.fp't. Superintendent.
Soyctte & Richardson,
ASIIEBORO, N. C,
Drusgists and Pharmacists.
We carry a full and complete line of
Diirjs, Patent. Medicines and Toilet Ar
ticles: ' Conpistin of choice Perfumeries,
3 )aps. Hidr Brushe?, Combs, Face Pow
dew. Tooth Brushes, etc.
A line of writingpopers and envelopes
always in ftrHr.
A full line of Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigar
ettes and Snuffs. A complete stock of
Fresh Candies, Cruckers, Cake3, Nuts,
Fruits, etc., constaotly on hand.
G. S Bn ADsnAW. W. C. Hammer.
Valuable Town Lots,
Farms and Mineral Property,
FOR SALE AND RENT
OH EASY TERSVIS.
Tf jou wish to buy or sell, it will pay
you to consult our list and prices.
IJUADSHAW & HAMMER,
Asheboro, N. C.
high poirax, w. c.
M. JAERELL, Proprietor.
Spic:cus Srtmple Rooms cn First Floor
of the Hotel for Commercial lieu.
OPERA HOUSE & LIVERY STABLE
CONNECTED WITH HOTEL.
TERMS 2.00 PER DAY.
Wo send tlie Eiarvolons Fronch
Kcnio.iy CALTHOS frre, p.utl n
Ior.'iI guarantee that C'althos will
STOl lecbarge & EmlanlonM,
CCltE 8permatorrhot, Vorlcoccle
and KEETORE Lost Vljcor.
Use it ar.d pay if satisfied.
Address, VON MOHL CO.,
Sole American Agents, tlaclaniti, Ohio.
r0U'DED H 1364 by the present executive 27
! mcrcasca annual arrenaaDc iNC7 occupying four buildings Stands, unrivaled
facilities for cducatiet: YOUNG MKN AND WOMEN for success in lifft. In decidiu? r.po
school for ;thcir children. PARENTS should send thm to THE BEST, becp.uee it pavs.
rmy rcnnire tho exr.rnditure of a few riMlara mnr t Urat wnt niii -rv th ont ,-., r. -
CHEAP tuition is very dear, becinee it means
. . "".C1 "i'i"f.unuirs ior securing POSITIONS or its pnpiis and prndPut:
1 inn ni!.iuuiioii, oin?iu irs m c M stanaarrt or excellence, has placed in desirable positions in.v
yoar.a: men ond women from Maryland, Virpinia, Korth Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia, th-n
a.I Cimilsr institutions combined. Catalosiie and narticulara mailed on nnnliration
Address, W. H. SADLER, Presideut, and Founder; or F. A. SADLER, Secretary
SySIMESS COLLEGE, 6.8, IQ&. 12 W.Charles St.. BALTIMORE, mi.
O R O C" E R 'fS T "T
I ITavr- ou hand f.t all tinv s Groceries in such quantities as shall suit h-,i--cri
either at w..ol siie or retail. (Jjcshtinar of coal oil, salt, and ship-stuff rorn
"orn n.iil, aa l iats, a;l bought by 1 ' '
llcn:e I can aid do svli a5 clc .n as
Icctcd tecK of Family Grocon;s.
inanufict.1r.dbyGeo. .E. Nissen & Co.
sale at shop puces.
SI: 3 mo.
Greensboro, K". O.
FAfiRAR TURBINE WATER WHEEL,
COOK AND HEATING STOvre
Saw Mills, Cane
riows, oiraw uutters, Andirons,
I it, '16.1 ' 'U 1 ! i
t Ana castings ot tvery JJescnptioa.
The Pine Apilc.
This most luscious of all tropical f nut?
is a native of BcrmuJa, wherever it U
cultivated in large Gelds, the slips being
planted wherever there ti earth among
the rocks. The pine applet grow on
steins about :i foot hiAi, with a cro;vn
of lon spiked leaves aud the fruit in the
middle. They are rip? in M:iy, when
the whole field is cut down. Detroit
Watson & Buxtox, Attorneys at Law, )
T. TT Ttr XNlST?s-CJ.,Sep'tia,18Ul. )"
Jas. H. Webb, Sec'y, Washington, D. C. :
Dear Sir I have been using one of vonr
luectropoises for tour years, upon a little in
valid son, who has been afflicted with a pul
monary trouble and a dropsical tendencv I
have found great relief for him in the ue of
the tlectropoise, when the doctors had tailed
to give him any permanent relief, and I am
satisfied that but for its use we should havo
lost him. I have never seen it fail to reduce
His fever, or to bring sound sweet sleep. I
would not be without it for nianv tim3 its
cost. Yours truly, J. C. BUXTON.
Mr Buxton is also President of First Na
tional Bank, Winston, N. C, and ia one of tho
foremost men of t he South.
For all information.address
ATLANTIC ELECTROPOISE CO.,
No. 1405 NewYorkAv.. Washington, D. C,
or 222 Kino St., Charleston S. C
- . v -Ai. r .t -
BSY5 3l 115 IUdKS GtNTLEMEH .
THE BANNER BARBER,
nas fitted up a nice shop in the Ban
ner Hotel, at Sutzer's old place. Iln
will be pleased to serve the public, and.
will guarantee satisfaction.
A first-class hotel with a lively
attached. Situated in the center
business portion of the town, and '
thirty j-ards of the leading scores.
undersigned lias thorough! 7
V 1,1 A TTtl 1 J
it from celUr to "arret. A convergent
sample room has been fitted up for' foe
uenem 01 commtrciat travellers. ro, e
and accommodatincr servants. T;iia
furnished with the best this and adjur
ing markets afford. Free hacks mr;et t.
trains. Terms reasonable. Patroi.v.v"-e
solicited. B. B. BURNS,
YEARS of continuous and encceBBful mana;'
cheap teachers, cheap surroundings, inferior 1
particulars mailed on application.
tin cheapest. Also a nic-, ard se
I Am Also
Asrent for the
An assortment always on hand and foi
High Point, N. C.
Mills, Horse Powers,
. . - '
RMlllt! aii Dai B. B: CP.
CGnteed ScMnlein Effect Noy. 15,1391
no. 9. NO 11
3 00pm 3 2i.in
5 10 p m ft 1 1 a m
. r:i p m ft M a re
8 10pm 8 05 a m
lO.'ilpm 1012 am
Lv Goldsboro, 3 45 p m 7 45 o rn
At Raleigh, 5 f0 p m 11 ( . p to
Lv Raleigh . 640pm 3(raro
Lv Durham 7 45 p m (-7 h. ro
Ar Greensboro 1015 pm 0 49 am
Lv Winston-Salem 4840pm S 50 a rn
Lv fJrpensboro, 10 40 d m K f?o a m
Ar Salisbury, ri2:-2am lirtTara
Ar Stateevillej T52 am 1 ' 0 rTra
Ar Ashevilla, (5 55am 5 .'9 p ro
Ar Hct Springa. 8 55 a m 7 44 p ru
fiV Salisbury 12 40am 12 05 p m
Ar Charlotte, 2 00 a m 1 SO p rn
Ar Spartanburg 5 00 a m 4 27 p ra
Ar Greentalle, 0 10 am .rn4unj
Ar Atlanta. 12 20 pm 1145prn
Lv Charlotte 2 10 a m i0 u m
Ar Columbia fi 07 a m 5 50 p m
Ar Augusta 9 30 a ra 9 15 o m
No. 10. Wa. TT
Lv Aurusta 7 Oflpm "2 ( 0 p ro
" Columbii 10 at p m r, 1. a a m
Ar Charlotte 3 05 am '.) 00 p ir
I iV Atlanta, . ( ,V r P m -10 lu p ra
ArOhJrlotte, " lftam 8 5f p ns
ArMalisbury. 8 57 am UfOpm
Lv Hot Springs 5 20 d ra ia .10 p rr
Ashville 2 40 a m 4 25pm
" Rtatesville 7 07 am t17pn?
Ar Salisbury 8 CO am 1012 pm
Lv Salisbury 837ara 11 fi8p m
Ar Greensboro. 102)am 12 42 am
Ar Winsto n-Salem, ll 40 a m ri 2 ) a m
Lv Greensboro, 10 30 am l 00 a ru
Ar Durham, 12 32 p m 5 07 a ro
" Raleigh, 1 25 p m 7'flam
Lv Raleigh 1 Si) p m S 45 a m
4 r Goldsboro, 3 05 p m 12 2 )p m
"lOafiam 12')a m
1'3 10 pm 2 35 a tt
2 52 p m 5 C2 a fr
3 37 p m 5 43 a ro
5 30 p m 7 40 a n
Daily, except Sunday Daily.
Between West Point and Richmcncf.
Leave West Foint 7 50 a. m. daily and 8 0
a. m. daily exceit Sunday and Monday; ar
rive Kicnmona iu ami 10 40 a. m. Return
in? leave Richmond 3 00 p. m. and 4 40 v. m.
diJy except Sunday ; arrive West Point 5 00
a::.l C 00 p. m.
Bshvaan Richmond and Raleigh,
Tavo Richniond 3 00 p. m. daily; leave
hysvuie (j ujp. m.; arnvo Uxfcrl 8 03 p.
m . Il'iiderson 9 0 p. m., Durham 9 35 p rr.,
UVieiah 10 40 p. m. Returning leave Ril
i.rh 9 15 a. m., daily, Durham 10 25 a.m.,
Henderson 10 05 a. m., Oxford 11 45 a.m.:
arrive KeysviJle 2 CO p. m., Richmond 5 SO p.
"i.. Through coa?h between Richmond and
Mixed train leaves Keysville daily except
Sunday 9 10 a. m.; arrives Durham 6 20 p.
Leaves Durtam 7 15 a. m. daily except
Survlav; arrives O.tford 9 10 a. m. Leaves
Durham 7. 50 p. m. daily except Sundav; ar-ii'.-.
s Keysville 2 10 a. m. L?aves Oxford
.. J'i aL m. daily except Sunday: arrives Dur-
nara : ou a. m.
Additional trair 8 leave Oxford daily ex
cept Sunday 110 a. m arrive at Henderson
12 45 p. m.. returning leave Henderson G.30
arid 9 40 p. m. daily except Sunday, arrive
tat Oxford 7 35 and 10 45 p. m.
Washington and Southwestern Yestibuled
Limited operated between Washington and
Atlanta daily, leaves Washington 1 1 03 p.m.,
Danville 5.50 a. m., Greensboro 7.10 a. m
Hahsbury 8.2S a. m.. Charlotte 9.45 a. m.;
arrires Atlanta 5.05 d. m. Returning, leave3
Atlanta 1.25 p. m, Charlotte 9 20 p. m.,
Salisbury 10 '29 p. m.,Gre9nsboro 11.54 p. m;
arrives Danville 1.20 a. n:., Lynchburg 3.33
e. in., Washington 8.38 a. m.
No 9, leaving Goldsboro 3.45 p. cu and Ral
eigh. G.45 p. m. daily, mokes connection at
Durham with No. 40, leaving at 7. 50 p. m,
daily except Sunday for Oxford and Keys
Nob. 9 and 10 connect at Richmond from
and to West Point and Baltimore daily ex
Sleeping Cur Service.
On trains 9 and 10, Pullman Buffet Sleep
ers between Atlanta and New York; be
tween Danville, Augusta and Macon! and
Greensboro (via Asheville) to Knoxville
On 11 and 12, Pullmm Buffet Sleauer be
tween Richmond and Danville, Ralefeh and
Greenaiooro, and Pulln an Bufftt Slepers
between New York, JWgshington and Hot
Strings via Asheville.
E. BERKELEY, Supt., W. A. TURK,
liie'omond,Va A rst Gen. Paps. A g't
W. H. GREEN.Qex.M gr Charlotte. N c'
Atlanta, Ga. J AS. L. TAYLOR
SOL HAAS. Gex. Pass. Agent
Traffic M'g'r. Atlanta, Ga!
Both tho method and results when
Syrup of Figsia taken; it is pleasant
andrefreshingto the taste, and acta
gentlyyet promptly on the Kidneys,
.Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures hahitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tht
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste andac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
Its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances,
its many excellent qualities com
mend it to all and havo made it
the most popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 6O0
nd $1 bottles by all leading drugw
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any on who
wishes to try it Do not accept
CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP CO.
amVtU.Kt, MEW YORK. ILf.
In the lumber season just closed in
jliiiiu-sota the -. lit' for t lie year was
-IK. 7 1:1.252 feet, CO 7. 22 1,000 shingles,
and 97.ti97.G0U Kith. This beats' the
record of last yrar by 103. 13S.S90 feet
of lumber, 4iJtO:',00,J j-hiuglcs, and 17,-40U,S.j-J
Ileivoro of Ointistrnt for Cntnrrh Thnt
C oiitniii .Mercury,
As nirn-ury will -tm y dotr-ov Ihc srnc of
MiH.ll iind t-omplf-ti iy dfi-aime ilie wlmlc svs
tfin when enteriijK' il through tin- miiroiis Mir
faccs. Su h !ii li- c --lmiil.t lu-vi-r lie used ex
cept on .n s riplii;iis t nm r pulalile physi
tlaus, as J he damav tlitv will do is tin lolil to
IhuKoud you an i!-iblv diiive lrmn them.
Hall's t'atarrli Cure, manufactured by 1'. J.
Cheney V ( Toli !u. (.. contains 110 inercui v,
hu1 is taken internally, and acts directly ujmIu
the blond and mucous surfaces of the syMem.
lu biiyiinj' UallV t'atarrli Cute be sure 'ou iXft,
the .'(iiuiue. It is taken iuternalh , anil mada
in Tujedo. t!iio. !y I'. .1, Cliquey tV Co.
' dii by Dn'ii'isls. jri -e'T.'w. i-yr hot t le.
Horse flesh in Germany la now nearly as
eor-t'y as beef.
Brown's Iron Bit lera cures Dyspepsia, Ma
laria, Biliousness aud General Debi.ity. Gives
Strength, aids Digestion, tones the nerves
creates appetitel The best tonic lor .Niuiurf
Mothers, weak womrn and children.
Therb are 579,064,633 acres of publio
lands still vacant.
Dr. Swan's I'astiles Cure 1 ovale nrn7.trw;
his T-Tablel s cure chronic const ipat ion. Sam
ples free. Dr. Swau, Beaver Dam, Wis.
Co-operative Alliance storas are to ba
established in every county in Kansas.
FITS stopped free by Dr. Klikk'3 Great
Njervx ReSiTOUF.r. No firs after first day a
aise fjarvel"U cures, ireati-e ami ta trial
Wtlefree. D-. FTbr.e. 031 ArbSt-.t'Ltia ,Pa
The manof-war,Tallapoosa ha3 lean con
demned. Malaria cured and eradicated from the
system by Brown's Iron Bitters, which en
riches the blood, tones the nerves, a ids diges
tion. Acts like a charm on persons in feneial
ill health, giving new energy and strength.
A new Tennessee law prohibits Sunday
If afflicted with" sore eves use Dr. Isaac. Tltomp
bon's Kye-water.Drugists sell at 5c- per bottlo
S. S. S., is the only permanent cure for contagious blood
Taint Old chronic cases that physicians declare incurable;
are cured in every instance where S. S. S., has had a fair
I honestly believe that S. S. SM saved
my life. 1 was afflicted with the very
worst type of contagious blood poison
and was almost a solid sore from head
to foot. The physicians declared my
case hopeless. I quit everything else
and commenced taking S. S. S. After
taking a few bottles I was cured sound
Thos. B. Yeager, Elizabethtown, Ky,
THE SMALLEST PILL IN THE WORLD !
Timr UVER PILLS
O have all the virtues of the larger ones; gi
equally effective; purely -vegetable. tj
Exact size shown in tins border.
Martinsville, N.J., Methodist Tar
souage. "My acquaintance -with
your remedy, Eoschee's Gennau
SjTup, was made about fourteen
years ago, when I contracted a Cold
which resulted in a Hoarseness and
a Cough which disabled me. from
filling my pulpit for a number of
Sabbaths. After trying a Physician,
without obtaining relief I cannot
say now what remedy he prescribed
I saw the advertisement of your
remedy and obtained a bottle. I
received such quick and permanent
help from it that whenever we have
had Throat or Bronchial troubles
since in our family, lioschce's Ger
man Syrup has been our favorite
remedy aud always with favorable
results. I have never hesitated to
report my experience of its use to
others when I have found them
troubled in like manner." Rev.
W. II, Haggartv,
of the Newark, New Safe
JeHey. M.I. Confer
ence, April 25,' '90. Remedy.
G. fr. 'JREEX, vSyle Xlan'fr.Voodbury.X.J.
When jou get tirort of the "doct.-fs" with thrlr bl
pricosiiud quark remcdins, writo tojne aud I will spqiI
send (schIl'iIi rnrra iii--scription that will vth.-kly
and certain- rclteC. i.v ci.kk iist Power, Wjisting
Weakuess. Lack of l-Vfloinn-iit, Impotenoy. Varico
cele, ete., from excesM-s or cjIIht eauses. A Ner
I'oHttive Kempiiv whie.l i-iirH when evervthln"
eksef:tiU. J. I). IIOI r-K. li ,x !), Albion, Mieh.
A R?WT mtk 130 PE22217T "- w.n ?74S :AS2 Pri
Willi 4 U on my Corsi-ti. Belts. - Bruihes and Med;ein
ntl & Tmitorj. Ur. 3rfdgman, 3U B'wy, w.x
S. N. tJ. 49.
H(U,R1 W a la vs a "J
E nuTnv f A rT -TvTL : . " m ii kr-j.) v,aiaioeue lree Write to
RYANI & SlRATlOH BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE" KY.
HOARSENESS AND "ALL AFFECTIONS OF THE THROAT AND LUNGS,
TAYLOR'S CHEROKEE REMEDY OF
IS THE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
Ask your, druggist or merchant for it, AXD TuKE SUBSTITUTE
A feeling of dullness
languor, and depression means that
Yxuir liver isn't loin it3 part. Tliat
means impure blood, tu bejjjin with,
and all kinds of ailments in tho
Uut you can. slop tliem in advance.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery invigorates the liver, puriiies and
enriches the-blood, and rouse:? every
organ into healthy action. It pre
vents and cures all diseases arising
from a torpid liver or from impuro
blood. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, bil
iousness, Scrofulous, Skin and Scalp
Diseases even Consumption (r
Lung-scrofula ) in its earlier stages,
all yield to it.
The maters of the "Discovery"
claim for it only what it v.iil tl, "'.''
They guarantee that it wY do it.
If it fails to benefit or cure,. in
any case, they'll return the money.
Nothing else that claims to purify
the blood is sold in this. way;
which proves, no matter what
dealers may. offer, that nothing cbo
can be "just as good' Therefore,
don't accept a substitute.
Send for our
new book on
& TRAVELING MEM
WANTED to SELL th
Jrcat.'-st llnni! Cura Klieller on Kartb.
Tim only Shellor that will nnh run
i:'l M-jarMH Him poh. Khftlls 10 buib.
els jirt hour. Trice E.'i.SO. Hiekti
I'latf-'l, Warranlwl. Tli ininroved ia
j itHt otit.niifl in the finest on record. SMO
V&ttS (, ,r t4nu8. AHiu.nct men ohntrl.
WOODBTJItY'S FACIAL SOAP.
r or hib Jikin, .iciipaiia i miipifii.n. Ke-
tniitoi jovo:irs'ex;ifiu'n'6. Kortl
at Drnrctrisls or by innil, MV;. .'-ample
uiKcnnu i:v p. hook on lieiniatology
and Hciauty, lllns.; on Kkin, Sc-aTi,
, NiTvouii imd I'iood (iisense and their
I tri-ii(mnt. pnt foaled for lOr.; also
DISf ll.l KF-.Kt -Yr.S likrililKTH MAKKM.
MolS Wartii. IrUi'i Ink nod l'mdr
p.r0iiu llnir, rimplrs, ir.. r.'trioveri.
JOHN II. V0()DKI'(tY, Pf rjlATl,0(.lH
rSSTITl'TE, 12i Wt 4'2nI.Strrrt, S. V. 'ily Cunsiiltatioa
true, at ofHa or bv letter. Aeent wanted in each plao.
IN THE SCLECTIOU Of
4 ny?g&, uzr
or of an n-lJitin:i t (.iu .; liliriiry, olopance
.tnd u?:fi.ilin s.s will 1.x? fmisul .-utiil)ino'i in
gg "WEBSTER'S 3
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ThcrroTigh, Practical Instruction.
Graduates pctr-A tn.
HANM . LADIES
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