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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 206 pages of information about The Bay State Monthly Volume 2, No. 6, March, 1885.

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1885

HARPER’S YOUNG PEOPLE,

AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY.

The serial and short stories in HARPER’S YOUNG PEOPLE have all the dramatic interest that juvenile fiction can possess, while they are wholly free from what is pernicious or vulgarly sensational.  The humorous stories and pictures are full of innocent fun, and the papers on natural history and science, travel and the facts of life, are by writers whose names give the best assurance of accuracy and value.  Illustrated papers on athletic sports, games, and pastimes give full information on these subjects.  There is nothing cheap about it but its price.

An epitome of everything that is attractive and desirable in juvenile literature.—­Boston Courier.

A weekly feast of good things to the boys and girls in every family which it visits.—­Brooklyn Union.

It is wonderful in its wealth of pictures, information, and interest.—­Christian Advocate, N.Y.

Terms:  Postage Prepaid, $2 per Year.

Vol.  VI. commences November 4, 1884.

SINGLE NUMBERS, Five Cents each.

Remittances should be made by Post-Office Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of loss.

Newspapers are not to copy this advertisement without the express order of HARPER & BROTHERS.

Address HARPER & BROTHERS, New York.

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If you want to buy a cheap

FRUIT FARM

ON EASY TERMS,

Address J. WANSER, P.O.  Box 1276, Vineland, N.J.

Reference:  Arthur P. Dodge, 31 Milk St., Boston.

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SAFE INVESTMENTS

Carefully selected and approved First Mortgage Coupon Bonds on Improved Western Farms, in amounts from $200 to $10,000 Principal and Interest payable on day of maturity at the Third National Bank, New York.  Interest, Seven per Cent., payable semi-annually.  Coupons Bankable at Par at any Bank in the United States.

EVERY LOAN GUARANTEED.

Tenth Year of Business.  No Investor ever had to Pay Taxes, Costs of Foreclosure, Wait for Interest, or Take Land, and not a Dollar has been Lost.

REFERENCES BY PERMISSION.

A.P.  Palmer, Cashier Albany City National Bank, Albany, N.Y. 
B.W.  Arnold, of Arnold & Co., Albany, N.Y., and President Spanish River
Lumber Co., Spanish River, Ont. 
Samuel N. Bacon, Esq., of Bacon, Stickney & Co., Albany, N.Y. 
Dr. F.C.  Curtis, of State Board of Health, Albany, N.Y. 
Rev. Samuel V. Leech, D.D., Chaplain of New York State Senate, Albany, N.Y. 
Third National Bank, New York City. 
National Bank, Lawrence, Kansas. 

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