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Fourteen years ago I drove from
Dan bury to Littlcton,a distance of forty-two
miles, and as I had to await the
arrival of two or three coat-lie?, ad
did hot start until after dinner, I often
had a good distance to drive after dark.
It was- in the dead of winter, and the
season had been a rough one A great
deal off now had falleuiand theUrifts
were plenty and deep. j The mail that
I carried was not dueat "Littleton by
coutract until one o'clock in theniorn
ing, but that winter the -postmaster
was ob)iged to sit up fater tlmu that
hour for me.
One day wlien I drove up to Dan
bnry, the Kjstniaster called me into his
office. - : -
'Pete,'! said he, with an important
Ecrious lookthere s some pretty heavy
moiiey packages in the bag and he
pointed to it as he pjToke. He said the
money wa3 ironi Jjoston to some lami
agents up near the Canada line. 1 hen
he asked if 1 had any passengers who
were goings to Littleton. I told him
I did not know. 'But suppose I have
.'Why J said he, tlie agent of the
lower route came to day, and he says
there were two suspicious characters
on the stage that came up last night,
and he suspected that they have au
eye upon themail, so that it will stand
you Jn hand to be a little careful this
He said that the agent had describ
ed one of theraus a short, thick-set
fellow, about forty years of age, with
long hair, and a thick, heavy clump
of beard under his chin but none on
the side of his face. Jle didn't know
-'anything about the other. I told him
I guessed there wasn't much danger.
'Oh no ; not if you have passengers
all the way through, but I only told
- you this that you might look out sharp
when you chaoge horses.'
I- -answered that I should do so,
and then took the lag under my arm
and left the office. 1 stowed the mail
away under my' seat a little more caret
fully than usual, placing it so that I
could keep mv feet against it. but be
yond that I did not lee I any' concern.
A little p'ist one we started, and I had
four passengers, two of whom rode
only to my first stopping place. J
reached Gowau Mills at dark, where
we stopped for supper, and where
my two passengers concluded to stop
for the night.
. About six o'clock in the evening, 1
left Gowan's Mills alone, having two
horses a ild pung.
I had seventeen miles to go and a
hard seventeen it was. The night was
quite clear, but the wind was sharp
and cold, the loose snow flying in all
directions, while the drifts were deep
and closely packed. It was slow and
tedious work, and my horses soon be
came leg weary, and restive. At a dis
tance of fcix miles I came to a little
(settlement called Bull's Corner, where
v I took fresh horses.- I had been two
hours going that distance. As I was
going to start a man came up-and ask
ed rue if I was going to Littleton. I
told bin; I should go through if the
-thing could possibly be done. He said
he was very anxious to go, and as he
had no baggage I told .him. tojump in
.and make himself as comfortable as
possible. I was gathering up my lines
when the hostler came up and asked
nic in knew that one op my horses
hand cut himself badly, lumped
out and Went with him and found that
one of 4he animals had got a deep cut
on the off fore foot. 1 gave such di
rections as I thought necessary, ami
was about to turn away when the
hostler rem -irked that he thought 1
came aloiie, I told him I did.
.'Then where did you get the pas
" BOCger?' said he.
He just got iu,' I answered.
'Got in from where?'
'I don't know.'
'Wcll now,' said the hostler, 'that's
kind of curious. There ain't bcrir-anv
mich-man at the house, and I know
there ain't been none at any of the
'Let's have a look at him,' said I.
--" e can get that atany rate. Do vou
go back willi me, and when I get i'nto
the pung jut hold vour lantern so
that the light -will shine into his face.'
He did as I wished, and as I steo
led into the pung I got a fair-view 'of
such portions of my passenger's fac
as were mu Hied up,
I saw a short, thick frame, dull,
hard features, jjnd I could see there
was a heavy beard under the chin. I
thought of the man whom thp
master had described tome, but I did
not ininie-senously about it till I had
started Perhaps I had gone half a
mile' when I noticed the mail ba
WaAr t.,'n lt P,ace ""d "iv feet.
- horses a little, ul
. au.tKi A ooivwng up
My passenger sat on thesP it li.'l.liwl
nuvaud-l turned towards him
'Hcre's a bagof sfms kind slipped
back under my feet, ' he said, giving
it a kick as though he would shove it
Just at this momeut my horses lum
lcret into a deep stum-drift, and I
was forced to get out and tread it
down ,n front of them, and lead them
- This took me all of fiftpon
!,e' a5ain I pulled the
t.,As I was doing this Is;, w thma
1 T TM"? 2 froii his lap beneath
he buffalo robe and putting i lis
-' ,s OHglit was a pistol, i 1,4!
Wt the g earn of a barrel in the I
.Jim lighf, and having time to rt-Sect'
I knew I could not be mistaken, !
About this t me I began to think
somewhat seriously. From what I had
heard and seen, I soon made up my
mind that the Individual belli tid me
not only wanted to rob me of my mail,
but was prepared to rob me of my life.
If I resisted him he. would shoot me,
ami perhaps he! meant to perform that
delectable operation at any rate.
While I was 1 pondering, the horses
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pluugeu into another snow unit, anu
I was again forced to get out and
tread it lown jbefore them. I asked
my passenger if he wouldn't help mc,
be he didn't feel, very "well, and would
not try, so ! worked alone, and was
all of a quarter of an hour getting my
team through the. drift.
When 1 got i into the sieigii again
I besran to IVellfor the mail bag with
mv feet. I foand it where I had left
it. but when ! .attempted to withdraw
my foot I discdved that it had become
fast to something. 1 thought it was
the buflaio and tried to kick it clear,
but the more I kicked the more close
ly it held. I reached down my hand
and feeling about a few moments, I
found my foot in the mail bag. I
felt agaiu and; found my hands in
amoTijr the letters and papers. I ran
my fingers ovejr the edges of the open-
im: and became assured that the stout
leather had been cut with a knife.
Here was a discovery. I began to
wish I had taken, a little more fore
thought before leaving Dan bury : but
as I knew making such wishes was
only a waste of time, quickly gave it
up and began to consider what 1 had
better do under! the circumstances. 1
wasn't long in 'making up my mind
upon a few essentia! points. First, the
man behind meiwas a, vilhan ; second
he had cut open the mail bag and
robbed it of some valuable matter-
he must have known the money let
ters by their size and shape : third,
he meant to leave the stage at the first
opportunity, and fourthly, he was
prepared to shoot me if I attempted
to arrest or detain him.
I resolved these things in my mind,
anil soon thought of a course to pur-
S T 1 ' 1
sue. l must taKe mm unawares, and
this I could not, do while he was be-
iiiiia me, lor ms: eyes were upon me
all the time, so I must resort to strat
agem. Only a little distance ahead
was a house and fan old farmer named
Longee lived there, and directly be
fore it a huge snow bank stretched
across the road, through which a track
had been cleared with a shovel. As
we apiroached the cot I saw a light iu
the front room as I felt confident 1
should, for the old man generally sat
up until the stage went by. I drove on
and when nearly opposite thedwelling
stood up.- I frequently did when ap
proaching difficult places. I saw the
snow bank ahead, and could distin
guish the deep cut which had been
shoveled through, it.
I urged my horses to a good speed,
and when near the bank forced them
into it. One of the runners mounted
the edge of the bank, after which the
mother ran into the cut, throwing the
sleig-U over about as quick as ifjight
uing had struck it. My passenger
had not calculated on any such move
ment and wasu't prepared for if. But
I hat! calculated and was prepared.
He rolled out into the deep snow with
a buffalo robe around him, while I
alighted directly on top of him. I
punched his head into the snow, and
sung out for old Lougee. 1 didn't
have to call a second time, for the
farmer hail come to the widow to see
mcpass, and as soon as he saw my
sleigh overturn, he had lighted bis
lanturn and hurried out.
'What'st to pay ?' asked the old
man as soon as he came up.
'Lead the horses into the track, and
then come, here said J.
As I spoke 1 partially loosened my
holt-6a the vtlians throat, and he
drew a pistol from his bosom; but I
saw it in due season and jammed his
head into the snow again, and got it
away from him.
By this time Lougee had led the
horses out and come back, and I ex
plained the matter to him in as few
words as possible.
We hauled the rascal out into the
road, and upon examination, we found
about twenty packages of letters which
he had stowed away in his pocKets.
lie swore, he threatened and pray
eeVlnit we paid no attention to his
Lougee got some stout cord, and
when he had securely bound the villian
we tumbled bim ihto the pung. I
asked the old man if he WQU!d ac
company me to Leighton, and he said,
So he got his overcoat and muffler,
and ere long we started on.
I reached thejeml of the route with
my mail all safe, though mt as snU(r
as it might have been, and my maiT
bag .was a little-the worse for the game
that had been played upou it.
However, the mail robber was secur
ed and within ai week he was identi
fied by some ohlcei-s from Concord as
an old offender,! arid I am rather in
clined to the opinion that he is in the
ouic prison at the present time. t
any rate he was' there the last time 1
hi ai d of him. ' J
- That's the only time I ever had
any trouble, and 1 think that under
me circumstances I
came put of it
. A lover's ptm fMaggie, dear, if 1
suould attempt t spell cupid whv could
I not get beyoud the! first sjlablp V Ma
Kie gavo it up, wherenpon William 8aid :
Because xrheu I toe to c a, of coarse I
can not go farther.' Maggie Uiid she
thought that was thts nicest conundrum
she had ever heard.
Look at that young lady, nineteen
years of age, who cannot read a news
paper without an eye-mss upon ner
pretty nose! She intended to go to
Philadelphia last year to study medi
cine, but the failure of her eye sight
prevented her from j going, andjier
brightest! hopes of the future are
clouded ;over. At nineteen, too !
Why ? Because her parents were cruel
to her. She liked to sit up in the
night reading fine print by , a kero
sene lamp, and they had the cruelty
to let her do it. The wort possible
cruelty is to let children have their
own way when it does them harm.
There is a lonesome man in a hand
some house, from whom his wife1 has
fled, worn oul by i many years of
abuse and violence, rrom baby
hood to manhood, that man was ruth
lessly spoiled by cruel parents. They
flattered him, laughed at his outburts
of passion, supported him in his re
bellious ami vulcrar insolence at
school. With his little brain and big
passions, it was impejssible to live
with turn on fair, terms. It would
have been less cruel to have killed
him iu his baby innocence than to
have let him grow up so.
There are manv forms of cruelty.
Harsh words, harsh blows, hard fare,
hard work, all these are sometimes
cruel, but ordinarily the pain they
effect is of short duration. The cruel
ty of which we now speak may give
pleasure for an hour, pain for seven
ty years, and shame for generations.
.Remember this when you are cross
ed and denied. There are probably a
million people iu the United States -
perhaps there are ten millions ;who
would give half of all they possess to
get the mischief undone which w; s
done to them in childhood and vou t Ii
by this kind of cruelty. Bad eves ;
weak digestion; round shoulefcrs;
ruined teeth; early decay ; low tastes;
painful recollections; shameful igno
rance; ungoverncd temper; gloom;
distrust; envy; meanness; hate
these all result from the cruelty of
letting the young have their own way,
when their way is wrong. There is
no cruelty so cruel as that. Youth's
Two 3Iiu:rature 3Ii:rdcrers.
"Bringout Charles Taylor and Isaac
Snowden," said Assistant District
Attorney Perry in the criminal court
yesterday. All eyes were turned to
ward the dock, the expectation beiag
that two men would rise up ami come
forth, but to the surprise of every
body out came two small boys,-neither
of them over four feet in height. As
they st oiat the bar they were so
small in stature that their heads did
not rL-e above the sitters iu the cham
ber to their roar. "
"If your Honor please," said .Mr.
Perry, "these two bovs are charged
with the crime of murder, one is nijse
and the other ten years of age. There
is notluug in the law to prevent their
being convicted of murder and hand
ed; but I have suggested -to the coun
sel that they plead gnilty of man
slaughter and be sent to the reform
The bovs stood at the bar, looking
about the room, apparently indiffer
ent to the serioiis proceedings tr-i?-
spiring, iu which they formed an im-
wprtant lactor. Charles lay lor is not
yet nine years of age, but large
enough, it seems, to fight. On Decem
ber lo, 18S0, he entered into a quar
rel with another boy, about his size
named Eddie Ford, and in the scuffle
that ensued got wor.-ted. lie then
with considerable deliberation, pro
cured a pistol and went gunning for
rord. He hred at him on s'"ht. and
sent the bullet into Ford's head, which
caused almost instant death. Yoiim
Taylor accepted the situation verv
complacently, and from that, time to
this has not worried about himself or
the consequences that may follow the
Isaac Snowden is a year older and
a head taller than Taylor, and takes
matters as coolly. Un the 3d f 8 pr
tember, 1880, he had a quarrel with a
larger boy than himself, named Wil
liam Smith, and, in the heat of tin
dispute, drew a knife and stuck it
into the right breast of Smith. The
injured by lived for eight days after
wards, and in the meantime" ihe lad
Snowden was confined in iail.
It t lie boys tail to plead sruiltv of"
. . . - j -
11s nioriiiiiir. lliev
will be placed on trial. Washington
In the "memoirs ofj Count Siur"
there is the foilowiiur-anct durp
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nevertheless, a very simple remedy
had cured him. It consisted in try
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( o- 1 lloll:ilt'r:J ' 1 ai-K how, .uw 1 ork.
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"Solicitors ot American and Foreign lat-
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j of all inventions palentt d through thjs njTeney,
j with name and residence of the paiei tie.
j Any person who has made a new discovery
; or invention, c;mi ascertain, free charge:
"-whether a patent can probably he obtained,
by writing to Munn & v'o. We also st nd free
: our Hand Book about the patent laws, patents,
! caveats, trade marks, their osts, and Lew pro
1 cured, with hint for proeuriiss ad vnices or. in
i vent ions. Ad?r-ps Tor the paper, or, concern
; ing patents. MuUN & CO. 37 Park F.0W,
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I Urancli CGicc, cor. F & 7th Sts. Washing
i ea:h ease 4 r r i
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A TRUE TONIC - j
Thev act like a cliarrri
Simple Deeds, Deeds in Trust, Mortgage Dced, Commissioners' Deeds si '
rds, Chattle Mortgages, Farm .Contracts, 3Iarriage and Confirmation fVrii nff
Distillers' Entries, and various other formslor sale at the rn,
::or:aza ror. rocTiira
W 15 E X V 0 11 W A XT
H i il D -V A 11 K
At Low Figures
Call on ihe undferslgtlvd at aO Z, tir:il;ll
I) A . AT WELL
Salisbnrv N C.f Jimt S tf.
Leave cu.i;:-;"lo t .' .
' s.uitic.ry ti 'ii
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Leave tJcei'.isiii.jy 1 s -m
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all ppjat.; t:,V,r.i Noaa eu.iia,. dally ej.t
baauays. At '.ireeusooro "ltn me U. i u. m-'w,
for all it .iais Nartil, East aa i WclU At i.ioii-.bu! o
w. & w. k '.iiroi i ior wiiaiiatoii. . "
Ntt. 4.-.-iaiii!i-.vtsat ;iv.v,.,:w.r i with the K. &
Raiiroal for all .p. tints Xorlii. Eusr and y-t.
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Leave Orca-nsboro io w a.tn . 'j a-: a.i-i
Arrive at H:iAi I p iu. i-J -l- "
Leave ' T r.a a. ra.
Arrive at narhairi '-' i? -
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" Cbve.i-Jbjra 7 m 3 45 p. ni.
Leave ' k0 tss'ia.m
An-lve IMsb. Point s " . 7 3
m -i.tiry ni i5 ; 1
" C'hail-.-tte I 12T n.m i 11 17
.err-b :o with .-..!.: P.rne),.
V l dnts s a r' v'e-1 V, t h ' e CV
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exeepu aliau In 'Cvc.ieVaol,
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No. 42 Connects ar Alr-1 !t .Tun.i ion
ih A. 1
C. A. L. li..i:i-ad for
Is made "i.i;i a .-.ii;i...i- . niu ... ...m-
Dimness, (ir.iv el. .'!.-: ar: a, an. I all oi.lleni.l s af
alJney, i a ver, ana Mi Pa
For Sale by Dnwists an.i Iealc nt 0I.2G
p r battle. I.arr--st : ft" !a tiie laarkei. iry it.
H. H WARKEK &. GO. U--chkstku. N. Y
T) p OaiHt srr.t free to t.'ie wie wish to encase
!)Di! - ,j;:V; - u:?;.,:::sL,t':;:
a a ay aad t;,.'..;r !s is t i;.y ma-ic wl'.aout ta IikH
away lr.r.t hotae over ia.h. No risk v.huicvt r.
Many new vv-.a. rs waated at .-.nee. .Many arc m.t.
klnff fortunes yt t he bu.-i e. : s. Laui-s make usincch
as men. an 1 yon boj s and air i-i niai;e jreat aj -No
one who i;!;a ) w ork falls to inai-e more
inoTicy ever;, (;;tV i nan e. i !- taude In a week at.
any ordinary ernpl-av u'-tu. i4e.a" who enguge at
once will t'-nd a stif.i . road te tcrtune.
Address, i. n.vi.LKr." o: co., l'oi tland, ilalne.
o't'.-'.ined fur new iru'cjith'ti1, or for improve
ment in lid oiit-s. l.;i w-iis, I nli i:ii-:t .M.-,
Tr;i'le-M:uks, hik! -ai. jt.itciit Li!r"u:im n.iiij'd
ly attended to.
" Inventions that have been Injected
mav still, in must cot-, l-e i.i!t.(,t i iv n.
j Fe inj oj)osil lit- I'.S P.iUmii Oifu-e, and en-
I 22i in Fr.tcnt I-a3iae33 ExoUinvely,
j we run ueenre -.,n i .: iti I. - timi- t
i wliit ;ir(. rt'iiK.U in i;i ;t-i i;. ,'!'.
lit'it I :t v Mitr-1 -( t.d r.;.;!i I c,i -k.Ju-'i. v;
nia'cf sea rcti in i'.iti i Mj.-.-, .. -vis;
tis lit it jtaien.tl!iil y f rt t- t,( v'.tuvjf. S'rn-.
pomii nre c-i tt fi ! t-n ; i ;t i ; (Vis rt :i-oii'i!.!!j ; ;hi!
No Charge Unless Patent is Obtaijied.
We n-fi-r l-y t r:iii--i..n to tlif t ill l'.t
midtT. :ih to I It t- S t ; ; i in.'.t-t f' nt r;f : f,e
Oflk-p !tn-y Ord r Iivi-;,n in Vas!;snii;ii.
Ftr Frx-ial reftrt i t iff r':.r. r, tt-ruii
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Opt -!:.- Psitent ( tV.i.1. Waci.irvH.r., D. ('.
DYSPASIA, f CNRSK
v MMlMia MSI ffl
It Is-.jTFri ft rldest, end onty ponoln Plm
iroi Mrl!iHe now inmartf t. I'rfiw-rd only br
4:. K.KlKMOX too. ja0.1i tU'kAr. fat. Loul.
rrrrcs.tr to M. A. Simissne, f. I. Jn?f.o end
Administrators, executors, commissioners, sheriffs, constables, agents, &cM are adv a 1
call on us for printed sale notices, It jis certainly great injustice to owners to i -their
property at public auction without first giving ample notice of the sale Th
quirements of the law on the subject' every body knows arc insufficient. Prone '
often sacrificed from this cause when a dollar or two spent in-adrertisuttr lnioht1
saved it andnade it bring its value. AVc furnish sale notices promptly and cheap j 1
Date. Slay 15, Lsjso. j lJt 'ex. i 1 J.-t twihort.&?fiZ I
Dailr. 1 Dullv. iiiiiy. ! orf ;-i;rii f;;!ie of vr. . i , f
AGES "icntaiy .leiihtru.i.eis, :,,i.t aarin whicZ to i.vtke monf-v. i)M-
aaec i: iits ;.) e i'-.a!. It restores the orsana eaLft, in' tiVik btislness !tMlnr vur snare timt? l re
atx.f.t. tiie ttio.-w. and Hence l best BLOOD ' - i.., . . i ir. tt w
H. It is tue oai;. known rctaedy that cures , !,., thtt rimw ui.n r,..wi ;.rtv moner. 1
aiOHT'S OIS - ASS. lor Diaocus, use ii .iK.- : U),r,.,i , ' . ,,. n t,,..i irr -d.
'(.. tl'L I.'G'-I'P i .nv'ui. niii' KTUJat'ftR'. fill tui iii.il) i .. j
wATCinrAX OFFICE. 1-
land 53ay -raarras.
rcrsaits of life-M Is 5,!::,klr dismlS ud
cf Sight, Nervous Usbuity, ConfStln tf
Aversion to kciety.etc.,ekTand thlmLl
' of prematura c'.d rioaHy acron,V'
' troable.aadr-V.orm? perfect 4xuTvr ib8
, it has been donatns for i-Narj. 'ihio m od n f T .?
mcai, stood tUe ie.t U very tvereVnTu
now a prnnuncKl caccoss. I; ru ?s are too n7,?hJ?
tcribod in these frccbis, a?man, n uir
pcv to. but Iittf if any pcrmaneat sood ThV
id no isoascoc abaal ttis l'rt pa rn.k.a. Practical a
rya::oaena.bcsijB to positively Suarante thatlt
?c"l.f!,' "itisf.tcliorCl.ur. th eurot raA tbi
discovered of racilay Mtd ca;
troat:.-jj that u e!l fccown t-3
r ieairal r.-ote.-ion to ba th n.rt Rttinal meaoaM
wm the ctuH of notoid
inn t LlliT Vfrv nmvat&n
: w&rki K-r-sDY c. an. qusssh
treat cl. Chronhf Diseases, ODd enjova a n.ition
el rapctctioa ttirrnisrh tbe ojirinKof comi.lwidfedeMi
" fcct ioas oi K.3 blood, sih or booon. trtcw?,! Willi
ypUKO MEN wi.ar" uZX.XZ
MswrrcvMumtii nutate that untitu iuvig.
titns for hnln--s or mvri:ii:o. i or-pappn:ly mrfMl.
-PATIENTS TREATED' "?--i"
; c-l. i..et of r;!cvtinii t.i tiv ai.iwtri.-l tir f.stiei.u (lcttiu; treat V
' tflViwn. .aS-n-.n- fr.iw Hjlu.r ...uuIJ .Mid thrtrdtrest,V
, i.l.l Imrj -uin. ilju.,-1 j ;bri-iv;ir.i;:i"T. It U But Um.JP
i Cex-w.u MricCy coafl l'.iil. i..l -houM be MmnA
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ILLUSTEATLD FLORAB GlTlDE j
Per 1 ,asi Elegant Poolc ot ICO Paces. Oa'Col-
, l -r st l.-,asi Eietrant I!iMtfe-jf ICO PneeR. Oi CaU
: aed 1-lo.ver Plate, a ad &mi inu:tratious. with be
iav.: J-K'.vei Plate, a ad f.'Nt liiuaratlous. With be
scrttlio:-j of the best Kiowere ahd Va-iretalrtes. nd
si-rttlioe of tue best Flows-re ahd Vtelablea, and -
. jm. eci ions for nHving. only lo cents, jn Edj.
. !!?. or (..-'rtijan. If yuit afierwards araer seeds de-
nucv titf it; cents.
VilKS ShKi)-. .r.'e the host In thfv-orid' The
l.l - - m '
KroaAi. (irtnK v ili tell how to and Krow thei
nr. PaiTts. 6 Coiwtal rijU8, frfl0 uugravlngHj Fur it
l' ih' IU In
VICK'S ii.lpstuatp:t .MONTHLY MAOAZIKt
. , u(iu uuia 1, UOCK3 pn-T With
thea- atrj ntwtsuoa c jf) big fea. -The Iiemad
iipntBpirtjif.Mhfixas.of three Biz:-. Ka.1 tenoueh
: iJianonv ci:n, itrejs la jvc.-h c?v3,) $5- No 3.
. t-astin an or fhrs months, w ill stop emisMloas ani
restore tixt -.-l tue o.-ai css.) i7. S-rit hrmail.
- - '" ' - - ... riicx . M!h
3 Pages, acoloic-d -Plate l every number and -
mi - !..!irrain:s. i iiet i.xs a vc-ur; iiv
co; ... tor " pe. laien JTiiinbers sent for;W
Ad !rc-s .1 AM KS 'VJCR. Pci!
NEW YORK OBSERVER
I Tli3 Largest and Best Family Paper in
Send foiBample Copy Free.
(!) 1 ri)ut:U firrnUed fre e, wiin fail lnstniotlons
..r coaisuetii-.jr me iaosi roiitatHe numiica
r.at an", one can euira2c In. 1 tie buslnest
is to eay l leini, and our. instraetfctoaw
s-i t,r-aile f..ni pisln ti:at aiy-onecan uiakejfreatproi
tit s iro;n I lie v. T.v start. No one cau lailwliols will
Ir.sr to work. V oaten are as successful us men. Bojn ,
and iritis can cam larsfc su:ns. Many have inadett ;
the business over one liurtdred dollars In indwelt r
wa-ek. Notiilnt; li!- e It cvt-r known before. All woo ;
' v 1
- AT RICEHOND PRICES:
Red anil ailcn Clover,
?rc:h and Gcrahc
JUST IiIXi:iVi:D: j
Johnson Ivohhiiis' etc.,
At Vvliolesale and Ik-tail
OZIIOfl GETS For Sale
SMJL 0FLAND ! .
The i:n l-rij;tu t!, havii," hten appointed
tit- njn-'rif;r Conn jf lltvan eotinty. Cinni
-i.ttn r !u st li the i Hid own'eil ly J. C LoOper
' i. K. Loc. . r, an.l HacUel Toil' as U tiant in
-oiii-iK.n, will. o:i the oOih day o( May, lSS'i
. ii bei.iL' the i day of lnan Superior
:.i.trt uillr at piil.Iic f'.le ul.lhe Court UTtiife
in Salisl.trry, the itdlcwitg deei il ei tract of
I ind, lo wit : Seventy arre?, more or lew, p'
ii! on the water-! ot ddle ('reck, adjoining
the ,inil of J.it'.i'-s Wn(hide und oilier.
Terms, one third -a-dt, o-ne-thirI in prt
ii':nih', ar.! tmi l! in! in tv.- h'f ntonthf froril
iv tfi.., A. ?.:t'u:iV, Ctimi i-iner, "
. r c . en-raze :.rc Kttmrlsn.i r.t tlie en so and ratddltT vitB
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