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THE GREAT UNKNOWN.
Prefessor Proctor on tho Supposed Ex
istence of Sea Monsters.
Ilt a communication to the Lopdon
I'.lho, professor Richard A. Proctor
" The sea.serpent has long been re
garded by most persons as simply a
gigantic fraud. Either the object
which appeared like a sea-serpent was
oinetimes altogether different--a float
ing tree entangled in seaweed, the ser
pentine outline of distant hills half lost
under a scudding hase, a row of leap.
ing poxrpoises, or, if a single living
creature at all, then one of a known
species seen under unusual and decep
tive conditionls-or else the circum
stanital accounts which could tiot be
thus explained away were concoctions
" Yet, as the naturalist Gosse long
wine lpointed out, on his curious essay
on ' The Great Unknown,' it is alto
gether unlikely that men know all the
forms of animals which exist in the
,ocean, and the antecedent probability
against the theory of the existence of
creatures such as the great sea-serpent
has been described to be is not suffi
cient to outweigh the evidence wh:ch
has been given respecting such crea
tures. No one who has read the
nccount given by the officers of the
I)hvalouhs, for instance, can for a mo
ment suppose that they were deceived
in any of the ways ingeniously im
agined; we must assume that they all
oldi untruths before we can reject the
hbelief that some as yet unknown sea
-reature was seen by them. The
creature may quite possibly not have
been a serpent properly so called, the
piciture draws by one of the muidship
men may have been incorrect in de
tails (as professor Owen insisted it
must have been'; but, unless the whole
aflThir was a fraud, a sea animal was
'ecn which had all the appearance of a
"And the idea of' fraud in such
matters is not nearly so reasonable as
manny seem to imagine. Travelers are
s,.,notimes said io tell marvelous stories;
lut it. is a noteworthy fact that in nine
ca, es out of ten, the marvelous stories
-f travelers have been confirmed.
Mtan idiculedl the tale, brought back
by those wh:' had sailed far to the
south, that, the sun there moves from
I-Itt to right, as you face his mid-day
place; but we know that those travelers
tidl the truth. The first account of
the giralle was laughed to scorn, and
it was satisfactorily proven that no
su'.h creature could issibly exist.
The gorilla would have been jeered
,ut oft existence hut fior the fortunate
arrival of a skeleton of his at an early
stage of ,our acquaintance with that
prep.sessing cousin of ours.
" Monstrous cuttlefish were thought
to lH monstrous lies, till the Alecton,
in 1861, came upon one and captured
its tail, whose weight of forty pounds
led naturalists to estimate the entire
weight. of the creature at four thou
.and pounds, or nearly a couple of tons.
In i1s7;, again, two fishermen encoun
tered a gigantic cuttle in Conception
bay, Newtoundland, whose arms were
nhbot thirty-five in length (the fisher
muen cut off from one arm a piece
twenty-ti'e feet long),while its bho.w was
estimated at sixty feet in length and
live feet in diameter-so that the devil
lish of Victor llugo's famousstory was
:m mere bahb cuttle in comparison with
the Newfoundland monster. The mer
maid, again, has been satisfactorily
identitieds wih the manatee, or 'wo
man fish,' as the Portuguese call it,
which assumes, says Captain Scoresby,
'such positions that the human, appear
ance is very closely imitated.'
" As for stories of sea-serpents,natu
ralists have been fhr less disposied to be
incredulous than the general public.
l)r. Andrew Wilson, tfor instance, af
ter speaking of the recorded observa
tions in much such terms as I have
used above, says: 'We may then
attirm safely that there are many veri
fied pieces of evidence on record of
strange marine fhrms having been met
with, which evidences, judged accord.
iug to ordinary and c~)mmon sense
rules, go to prove that certain hitherto
undescribed nmarine organisms do cer
tainly exist in the sea depths. As to
tile support which iatural history can
give to the above proposition, :zoolo
gists can bhut admnit.' he proceeds, 'the
(-orrectne-s of the oblwervation. Certain
organisms, and esalaeially thos& of ma
rine 4,. :. e'ertain whIales'I , are known I
t,, hle f exceedingly rare occurrence.
Our kuowle, gc of marine reptilla is
,n.fissedl v verv slnall: a"l(l, het of
a l, there i- n,, coo'nter ,,ijection or
f-:lrile :Irgmmlnent whichl the naturalist
,'n ,,mr I wiv ,, ,living the- asove
mr;-.iti, o.He i wulol he forced to
:iimi the -xis! neice o' Iurelv marine
'"::r ,t sakes whichl posse com
'prn .--dI tai-, adapted thr swnimmini g.
::ul ,thel r ,oil'ts ,,I ' rganization i ,
mitt-udlh -t i'd I,, a purely auatie
i vi.:'--may, t'e reas.- bshle probability I
: a:t pi,..nantim, iembbrs ,,f th.se
",. u'r -nak-' ml:iv. ,,('ataiinally be de
*.; 1d,1 we -c-uhi state a powrful
-i:-i for th' : ued itt and pr-dbable
- r",e oe " a n iltural "sea serpenL'
i, ,n-- we do nom-t well see how
:. chain ,it ir,,ahlilities can he
:.a*.!; -et asHid, utlliirted, as the
;". 0 tbe p,,,ibiliuv if their xn'cn-.
,;.N: Ly o," .i~ , .'cal -t ienc. ,anrd in the
• t,:-t ,.lth il t Pt" o . u W hat,
we remember how few fish or other
inhabitants of the sea are ever seen
compared with the countless millions
which exist, that not one specimen of
some tribes will be seen for many
years in succession, and that some
tribes are only known to exist, because
a single specimen or even a single
skeleton has been obtained, we may
well believe that in the sea, as in
heaven and earth, there are more
things 'than are known in our philos
Evidence of Christ's Re aurreetion
In the comments on the Sunday
school lessmon for December 3, in your
issue for November 22, the following
statements are made: "Historically,
Christianity is a fact, to be received
like any other tact on adequate and
satisfactory evidence of unprejudiced,
disinterested witnesses. The resur
, rection of Christ is the best attested
fact in ancient history." I have al
ways been under the impression that
except in the new testament no refer
r ence has been made to it by any histo
E rian, and the testimony of the disci
t ples could hardly be called unpreiu
Sdiced." Paul does not seem t.) have
known of it or believed it until after
his conversion. Will you not please
state in your "Inquiring Friends"
column briefly the evidences that en
able us to regard it as "the best at
tested fact ?" etc.
SINDAY SCiiuoo TEACHER.
i. The disciples were not prejudiced
witnesses, since they were not expecting
the resurrection, were skeptical con
cerning it when it was told to them by
others, and only accepted it after re
peated appearances of their Lord,
under circumstances which convinced
them that there was no room for mis
take. 2. There could have been no
mistake unless there was fraud. Who
practiced it? Was Jesus a party to
t ? Were the disciples, who approved
their honesty by their sufferings and
deaths ? 3. "Within thirty years after
its supposed occurrence it was univer
sally believed by the Christian church.
This church was made up of converts
from both Jews and Gentiles, who cer
tainly were not prejudiced in favor of
the doctrine of the resurrection. Yet
the early church was planted on that
fact, and the staple of the early preach
ing a testimony to this fact. 4. A mar
velous change was unquestionably
wrought in the spirit and character of
the apostles immeliately after the
death of their lord. Before, they were
weak, timid, easily cowed and dispersed.
Afterwards, they were bold, energetic,
catholic, hopeful with a hope that noth
ing could daunt. Was there ever a
case like this, in which thedeath of the
loved and trusted leader gave a new
inspiration to the followers? They
attributed this change to his resurrec
tion, and no other hypothesis has ever
been proposed to account for it. 5.
Nothing is so difficult to change as a
national festival, except a religieus
festival. The Sabhath was both a
religious and national festival; with
out any express command, or even a
church decree, it was changed by the
universal consent of the christians be
cause on the Jewish Sabbath their Lord
had lain in the tomb and on the follow
ing day he had risen from the dead.
Every Sunday testifies to the strength
and power of the early conviction of
all who inquired into the facts that on
that day Jesus did rise from the dead.
We think then that the resurrection
is the best attested fact in history, as
it certainly is the fact which has pro
duced a greater effect on the destinies
of the human race than any other. It
can only be gainsaid by a philosophy
which refuses to accept any fact on hu
man testimony if it is opposed to pre
conceived theories of the universe-
that kind of skepticism which practi
tcally dwe away with all evidence and
Ileaves nothing certain.-(lrstn, n
Children Never Live Long.
W\hen they are not carried away in
little coffttins and laid forever in the
silent grave. they become transformed
so rapidly that we lose them in an
other way. The athletic young soldier
or coliegian, the graceft'ul heroine of
the hbalilroomi, may make proud the
parental heart, but can they quite con
sole it for the eternal hls of the little
wiogs who plagued and ecnlivened the'
early years of marriage? A fatther
may sometimes feel a legitimate and
reasonable malancholv as he contem
plates the miost promnising of little
daughters, filli of vivacity and health.
Flow long will the dear child remain
to him : She will be altered in six
months; in six years she will be suc
ceed d by a totallh different creature
-a creature new in flesh and blood
and lmne, thinking other thoughts
and speaking another language. There
is a sadness even in that chaunge which
is increase and progreioion, tr the
glory of noonday has dlestroyed the
sweet delicacy of Ih· dewy Auronra.
land the wealth of summer has oblit
crated the freshness of the spring.
Mr. lCoxwel, the eminent English
a•eronaut, indorses the opinion that the
north pole may be reached by balloons
undler favorable circumstances and
during comparati--ely mil!l weather.
Is TlEnRE ONE reader of this paper suf
fering from rheumatism? If so, write ti
leiblphenstine & Bently, Druggists, Wuhiug.
ton D). 4. for a ,ircular of eurang's Rheu
mart'- Tt:nwdy. This medicine is taken in
ternally, andwill positively cure any case
.I rheumatibm oi the ftce of the '5 ren rrth
Prier, ole do,,nr .r hni.h .
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Brigham Young on the Geiatj,
The dedication of the new Maemon
temple at fit. George, southern th
took place January 1. The Salt Lak
Desert News of the 13th, prints the
sermon delivered by Brigham Yang
on the occasion, and sla the
three dedicatory prayers by ders.
They are two and a quarter, one and
an eighth, and one and a qu a l.
umns in length respectively.
ing to the gentiles and the mi.es,
Brigham said: "Perhaps, bealln
and sisters, you will not get my meam.
ing, but now go to work and let these
holes in the ground alone, and let the
gentiles alone, who would destroy us
if they had the power. You are run.
ning after them, and some of
our brethren are putting their
wives and daughter into their society,
and will go to the devil with them, too,
if they don't look out. I would net
have a dollar on the earth If I hd to
get it there. Well, new, some of the
elders are runnng after these holes in
the ground, and I see men before me
in this house that have no right to bhe
here. They are as corrupt in their
!hearts as they can be, and we e
them by the hand and call them bred.
er. You will go to hell, lotsof M.,
unless you repent. Show some of the
elders of Israel, according to their
present conduct, a dollar on o side
and eternal life on the other, I
fear they would choose the dollar.
School and Church.
The kindergarten system ha. been
introduced in the government schools
for girls in China.
The names of one hundred and
thirty-two young women have been
Ientered as students of the faculty of
medicine at St. Petersburg.
Of the 60,000 Chinese in San Fran
cisco, about seven hundred and fifty
attend the evening mission schoolsk.
Three hundred have joined chaurcha .
Seven hundred are members of c ris
tian societies, and are studying chris.
tian doctrines. Nearly 1,000 regu
larly attend Sunday-schools.
President Robinson, of Brown ami
versity, says that we can better asrd
to have a wooden head over a co
than we can over a primary siL
"Men," he adds, "go to college;amd
utterly break down because their erly
education was not properly atteqded
to, and it seems to me that the 4ane
grand errol in our education is the
mistaken idea about elementary tain
ing. Make the studies interesting to
the pupils. There is a certain amnent
of good to be obtained from olfjet
teaching, but there has also been a
great deal of nonsense getting abort in
relation to it. We should not depend
too much on object teaching, ior the
reason that all knowledge is not oh.
tained by perception, and a large pro.
portion of our ideas are abstract idea,
which must be communicated by the
teacher in another way."
A Nice Question to Decide.
The question in the Ealds aplproplri
tion matter is whether he shall be paid
in mnney or hnds. The law provides
that he shall be paid in five per cent.
bonds when he shall have secured
Itwenty feet of water on the bar. The
amount of half a million of the
amount has not previously been ap.
propriated in money. The bonds am
now worth twelve cents premium, and
Eads claims that as no previous appre
priation has been made he is entitled
to the bonds, which would give lnm a
net cash of 836(1,000, instead of $500,
000. Mr. Holman resists the payment
SO.MEIIODY reconmnmends apples in
stead of pills andl bitters, and says he
saves nearly all doctors' hills in his
large family by keeping a harrel of
g ihxl apples witnin reach of every
body in the house.
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acceptable articles I rom the Iens of the able4
writers, including the following subjects, al
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Eastern Question :' " "Up the Nile:"" A Visit
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ers, will do well to send $3.50, the subscrip
tion pirice, or twenty cents for single copy, t0
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There are many reputed remedies for that
very prevalent disease, ('lChronic NasalI Ca
tarrh, but nlone whieh have given general
satisfaction and bscoume acknowledged stand I
ard preparations, excelt Dr. Sage's (Catarrh I
Remedy. It ",ontinucs to enjoy an unpre
cede|ted ,'opulsrity. This relputation has
bIeen earned thrnouh the permanent cures
which it has wrought, having piroved itself -a
npecific in the worst forms of the disease.
Piercer' Poket Memnorandnum Books arc:
giveCr away at druig stores.
Au Exteanded opularit-.
Each year tnods " BROws's BRONCHIAL
Taof lis' in new localities in various parts
of the world. For relieving ('onghs: Colds
and Throat Diseassu, the Troches have been
pro~ed reliable. Obtain only ' Baovw. 's
Bno' H IAl, TROCHes," and do not take any
of the worthless imitations that may be ofl
fered. ,id c ervuhere.
THt : are probably a hundred or more
,erunla in this and neighboriug towns, who
daily suftr from the distreesi,,g effects of
kline, tr. ube. who do not know thatJ..bo
o,,'- Anodyne Liliuent is alunat a certain
clure. In severe cases, gieat relief may be
,. n,',; i. nt a perfect cure.
IT Is WONIPERFUL to realize the new
,rinciple, Dr. J. H. Mol.ea'. Cough and
Lung Healing Olobules. As the Globule
comes in contact with the Juice. in the
Mlouth, a gas geserates, which soothes and
heals any Iorenees in the Throat or Luags
stops Coughing and Consumption. Trial
Boses 25 cents by mail, Dr. . H. McLean,
314 Chestnut t., Mt. Louis.
WE notice that the Agricultural papers
ail over the country recommend the use of
Sheridan's Cavalry Condition Powders.
IFarmers and others in this section have
long known and appreeiated the advantage
of these powders over all others.
Vi KTa, ILKe Pulmonary Balsam the great
New England cure for coughs, colds and eon
sumption. ('ltile, Bros. & Co.,Boston,only
I .u IA N. VIlora iad lnel-awkL War.
,,ldiertA WIoIwiwritseCol.L.Blntghak C'o..Atty'a
fr I'liinl, PIatente . Land 'rltles. Washllngton,I.l '.
('HEAP LIIFE INSlL UIAIAW
Twenty-five cents will rbuy a boa of Dr. TcnT's
l'iia, mnd they will retorethe functlons o the liver,
stomach and bowels--he sources from whlch lserly
every disease oriloates. If these orFas acset well a
lon. and healthy llfe is awued.
WEEKLY IARIBT REVIEW,
Flour ................$4 0 (A 8 50
Wheat ............... 1 10 1 12)
Cqrn ................. 60 62
(ata ................. 50 52
Lard ................. 12) 13
Bacon-Clear bides.... 9 -®
Hay-Best ...........20 00 @ 22 00
Whisky-Common .... 1 00 @ 1 15
Robertson County. 1 75 @ 3 00
Bourbon ........5 00 @ 550
Lincoln County... 1 75 @ 8 00
Highwines............ 1 13 1 15
Cotton-Ordinary ..... 10 10
Good Ordinary.... 11 g
Low Middling.... 12 ) -
Seeds-Clover ........ 8 0 ( 9 50
German Millet.... 60 ( 65
Mimouri Millet... 1 76 ) 2 00
Hungarian ....... 1 75 (al 2 00
Buckwheat s bush 1 75 o 2 00
Flour............$ 5 2.'i 8 75
Wheat-RedandAmb'r 1 :'5 () 1 40
Corn--acked ........ 48 a) 45
Oats................ 7@ 40
Hay-Tlimothy .. 9 00 ( 10 00
Pork--Mem ......... 17 50 ((18 00
Lard .... ........ 12 (Ca 131
Bacon-Clear Sides... 10 (a, 101
Wool ................ 338 35
Potatoes-Irish, 1 bbl 1 60 (a 1 65
Cotton-Middling .... 12 (aý 124
Ordinary ........ 9 9
Flour .............. $ 6 75 (n 8 50
Corn................ 70 (;
Oats ............... 48 (a) 50
Hay ................. 24 00
Pork............... 19 50 (a
Sugar .............. 9 ) 1l11
Molasses............. 40 (al 60
Whiskyv............ 1 Ot (d) 1 10
Cotton .............. 12 (o 121
Flour............$ 4 75 (< 6 00
Wheat .............. 491 (, 49
Corn ................ 40 ( 40
Oats .......2 33
Mess Pork ......... 17 2. (al -
Lard ................ 11 11
Whisky ............ 1 00 (4 1 07
The1. Lar-get and llprlgtllCent Weekly
in the Eastera (Cities.
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a ftl. rtltini, II tot ompletew 0w4iamaofaLb
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as: rl lera cdlo ag on he pPubic lse
dear. fromll II renters of iinterest throughout
tI" inttllry : the aeldee ietlncaa Irfrom la.
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raltal toaolrllbatlea fromt ther lont mllinent
ritatse-lil. itlelioers ani tlhular, of the rOllntrv.
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V. R. Thayer. Mablrfacturl l Jeweler A .Lt.ll''r in
Wamelhe. aI4.amsedI. Je r. t' of all
kinds. tHIamond setting • *|le/t. lak gld ripe!
I.4' a p*t. e$1t BMa•' 4 to s d.ll tcr. A gennltte
mI/ ovemenat, COI. N ill- L I CA
VER CANE, ,tmrfed, for g$IU5
t e m ole .aen:i ii tole
uarnte.s tGo ld al i adl:n 6 to 1
wear for years. Goods teul on selection. Adjust.ll
of l1 gradet .f watche". Old gIod t sliver tanrn in
trade. V.B.THAYRU , theL PECT A('LEOD
LiveJeweler.iem phia,en. 0 Ue l to e13b
DEIIO'REAT N I I
All wtil. with an sible, ueasy ant fair- mniletd t
pe, representlng bthe wat pnaes 'nf tutlhern e.l
alttt'aninm. should reads tihe
tlh" leadin anid repr,,ientative Iltehpcbliin ,utlrlnl
atlls C •mmterelal. Ten Iinrp. r g.ar.,i
Iv lit', I ent. per molntl. Try it nl Ine month.
WeeklSy milmerelal. neatly rrangelid. edar
Iv Pitt i.. ,'Areftulhlt l totd-. crnet I temnit nopn-
p ) i-r, Two loll't per tlear. cn.. It 'liar feir si
monthsi . In Itlliette fice. int. llar nc intl -il.,
cents t tch. per year; 't lo bt otf tenor ttmore, te, I I-'u
lar and Vift) rents each.
On. r,.py of either edition toat fr-c, post-palr,, to
An ag'nt wanted in every net.hborhood.to whom
we pay rt per .eSt. cesh commission, or Itsndlonllle
and valuable premiumn. lnd for Specail ('irc.ltlr
to A lrnts.
tolt Advertisig IMedium In 'he South,
rates., and iollntltt antl quality of tlrenlhation con,
idered. Rate calret lt 'opils of papr cfree.
Adtirels. A . 4IrsilD.
nalslter ('olMr.Ri'AI , t Lealbvlle. My.
'1 ;Ictet il n tel'iRtleof Vegtambleand I ltt r eeetd
for 1'77 will he reasdy Ile .Iltalnrt'. anid stilt lRtI:E tr.
aill who apply. (lU'.toera Il leastl wnr neel nld nl
write for it. I ltff tr ttte of the lalrger eolle.tion ttl
vegetabhle need ee.r nent cntl I, anry teed honse in
Ameriea. tlargte ittiI, ntttfwhl h were grew.,en 1,my
eC , jtet' #k.le. Al ccll tlod from siy satltnlisbment
werrnlecdtt to rby ttttlcIresht anti trtr to naeat; oc tar.
thlt -honbtt it preve otherwi.s I w lill 1 the1 ordrer
*tratia. .s the origittel introtdt, er tf tilnubntrd
cunt anrllteihed .lttntlsecl.thle M Ithlehetd I 'altlages.
aled e *clire t'tother Iew vegectllles. ii vitnc th. tpt
rltlla- oftll whol art anxioutn I1 hace all tht.ie te d
frail. trne, and if the ver Dct trailsn. Newl e Veg
JAM 5,.i. I . G Ill l ,l I Mi'.i. 'tledte1, clias .
FRAINK ILESLIE to BOOK COE .TI.
The People Will Not Be decaivld.
I:vtry family requtili t n .lutlcrt.tit Hi-tory if ti.c
lad 5tea theontfr'tr*as PIlamnnerteforeltl nbon.
in ,f the Fair ll] recctiirel thlc laior tif ly itlare
corpe tf Artists. Phlct ..rctrher. Etnlravar- antI
)llrtlllhtl. e llt I;,r Itetll I t t n1 t t e elll e tlhe ililtral
tloe,. cclr- tr . tIe, which is- nccl. epra--cly fur plie
ttrk. This is tlee' t.a H;.fra e, territte atct "in it
see cttety" cutllteni. illutctretion"' ui*yir, a reuclplt.
psentlana , if Ite \ll7ncIticlll txruI itt jllttltirtlt iol IL
r ano lu lt i -c 1" r lit* . 1I . I i ht t li e I ,str -the cl
l ;tfl Oitht" : tra', ord I I ies rr ts. ·..,noifn itu rolpa u ri
tt.lll- ratlt l)au r altll tell c eI ait.ct.letl Iel.antr-
t'hars-t,.r Lelt. ,e.3 trtn, Ill lil- in tct tet.lt 'l c tii
tollr;tcltclr, ao iore, lc redatitre t.r-T.il ILt iittltltd,',
t ouf ull Itlelldcll-ei , ll l. Elhibiiai l
FlUK LEIUE'X IITOIC11L KFA(INTEI
li...... k' TIl ...... -
Benatonnia Exhibriti 1 -on
S llil- E \ lr i ttt r ..'- lce " in ttt- ltoL
hie d IIht Sonc entc utit I oritil*erlt I t llt it c
t-e halt011t.. Ue 4er btnd riis -eiite'e.is at'.
h, s rntn llll t e.(te s rc .tw f 'e le. 'flit. I ecttk .",:ltalttt
t "nl. rect, II' t ric..•e.. c e titt ls e d.at rd pence, a
ctlllnit., Elonrr ittse .tv-rp ". amp et fe. t e illill tb t t..'-'
ttteatevopa,e. Iaftert "otrmwfrk I ettee It -istt
tttllmir-vcvor i tchc t1,0 etp ... with CTc) it'll) if scil
lnstratione il eah sl i Itlnd lprt lhlretimtr
th. *Linlh .le Ilult. enrc iel erdii tIer. e I,,ht -
IAt n. it fr rs -. I rm ic liEr t r i',i e . d
ITo:m I an , or a.
VOIN4 SISTRINGlS !
(eL uict htlan U c lo S'rin. aIde forfsla;t r
Guitsr. I .at.tlei.e.eaeb.eral..toto ZlI z. cetli o)
I mailo reeiec erpric. Ilstel i:aled card ite rate
lcugte.. . *etaer. Im'torter c yiuoical IuctrU
c mrntclt anItrlnr. ac`'csmt~cra' .. Nea' York.
"' f I n r 'rplece navel I3 heat antlht-r.
i ine ecije r form ftr a corina. -.ce1te!
reeil: n:ucih <-aid l p·at:e etenipa i
Cni :gel. '.ITclerrlsitt ]te:erc." a eelllti
IttI -tort ttf .4leticritn lide. now ready.
BL t D. e'te.
' a: `t SI. INbar a Ir razzg
AGENTS J. N. ME OH o., CMwn , Ill.
$ 1OO& a o LoUpyag HoaL chketnrW'r
$5 Oetr.t Beat chanoa yet. Wilte a?
,6 uses to . APS. III lesse% n St., New trk
A 1Aawaki vowrown town. Term and06onta
SIme H. HALLETTrA CO., Poertad,3al1A.
$ $ 7 WeahtoAumt 9lo 10JWOII
,ý!ý ýº P.O. VICEI~kt, Aeganita, As43o`17 O~O C.. IImp1 erer
$25 & Yatslns PlL'c s,1 ifSý,(.
dOade fat ant easy. Your saales .a0 full
pa5rtlcnlars nent p'.o(-eaid for 'Islt. 4ddsce
1 CHtITNiY MMITII. not 207, Troy, N. Y.
A NlErA N*NWU.-Agpnta wanted. bea salt
r¶'jlag orti Ia h.I world. Doee dp tl
Wvvvrrddrq'e 5&T UIIe.RSW. Detrot. N~ack.
00 a a uu` `Nt Iaiseo
WANTED muo( ·n to W
paue paid.GOm M na.Io.,lt.t~sulaD
Efll + d Mpeapdh.3lwltub a !ieud and 11RAr
EIUiPh l~oIarctfdltat~h ataeandnamplnI
HABIT UMBID AT HOMO
*UVU*II3D publcelty. Tlm abort
Or'.LuJJJno moerante. towiteatln
niala. Descrihe cane. Dr. F.1. Nrash. ttlnol. Rich
$ newr ..wr r .o4 r'. ,oe.r rt'bmm.
' $ýOrý C tln..n r~rl··lr wn·i ('lrvwn. (r, ·l·, 1?O "^.
I". ,i r Cr.o..".bo , 4." 120u.
~r~r~rrr~r C I LLt lI· uirr·l..ll 4?-Ill·
CatattqlF~w . J. H. III'º It rte i ' snln. IM,17"`..t A
WATCHED. A Great benetlnm ~t9
WdeA sod 0I444 fraloa teU. Mtr
Gold. Addreas A. 1VLTIu 0 O.. Ctýhica.
1It 1v vY..alty sad, with oar Stencil
. A .4U no. Key ('bhec outlt. Cirrutaro
Fro.e It NtA rthbur Stafford. m5 Foltol Mt., . Y.
Q(ý A year and YFopenas" ., w.ool Agent.
,$ 60t whoare war ten everywhere ln a trictlr
legltimgtorora pleaIrant thnioess. Fart4icllr fre-".
Arldrorsa. WWWU*EH0 (W.. rt. lolnia. Nr.
X 10lo nveo1e0 It Wall Street Itorke
hh ~ ~~makes ftort tnon..n y neery montth.
IBook snt fr.....,.plainioo4 rfee
ln.n AJ'a Biater Ao.. Bankehr-. 17 Wall t. N.0.
ROSE GROWN' COUPANI~i ANG FLORAL. SIDGE
ohow. n kw. avow Homres (.~r'r.4ruo. tr'.
1Mulin rFla isuer. Rnri tar
tr. t. R. W iýAMI(.Aeoesnt .r
$100. REWARD. $100.
tuus UOt'rThClr. prodluow en a aouth .11+0
by (h a~m 1r Doont noana i. mtans wllh
iajuvy. or .t11 befetll al. r by Saul (a
A. MI MITH t (mi.. A(&&. Pa(1a., Il
rn Iý wilt atrcr".l. .iatrinutsi .001 rtooarlrirer
Ii Inre. w«i will twid von, a ('hu@r Io
"III Vra.r . aon.t )A-p..,.r. e roloton Iailntra
terl Pnt..riCirritOoflntha. Inriont. It o.ta to pen
postage. .49.a.WedrrI. Itndol .oCr. lIolntn.Heeo.
ýýIREn 'tUN , travel td oell to boier, our
*fl'tIJU nenW jljlri"Ohlli glass rlallll. an~d
tamlp geoola. Nm .ednllaw. Mlarv Ilb-ral
llilt.'.0 rItla.rtlrlint. Hoteit Atravel': aopets.
paid. Monitor (.14,.44I'0 , lýA YtVii +t.. (': n rcilbe. I)
Mod.RI11 #Il rapirlly ('ant.. rf- )har
OIIEY l..dd t re" l)utli N' .Ca pialt .ow
JAWIII. T. WILLIAM ' i h
3D WAH JD ar Ins aweeae CUam
De.J. P. Vcrtaazbetlnaw9orn~.? : zed
sr rww~rar."ý".W .M ban4&Via 145 f mrm
UC U l the onl. y bonuolp rpion.0Io nedo whne
f wil foce te berd t gro thik an ss
m onai thes' moothest face (without Injury) in !I
m o roi ,vey ee..* Mlrrmoar eohoee y in
1.4donl dneeob eroeoo parhaa. poniod me
m air ee .' 1W. .)d. tA1.daond.
MEDICAL AD lube i,. 0.,e l·e~ ·n bt-! 4
anIIII l nrlr CadiC r"3 (..,new
'n~nr "..IPuLtureatnpi,,, be . r.((..YI' IJ 'u I·`· '
1tIe.tlacas'D.".voerv No I= \ 8t:. d... lLoulj. -
't I'l lni'tlil ('o45 tirult F e lkrlrr.- to. r. r .o m e
the lr'a'li'ag rough rlonetJlte in oar 111'. R r hae.
knoewn sas·swhere it ham ton roelief, where our 1"w,1
meldirlna have failed. W,. warrniit In utorv ria..
andt ore iati- IlHrI flino it Is t',e ., I', i1.t.0ho It. dicin
it, r4lngvelle. Nt. Y.
h3IARRQ.Y IAZ CL'rt
T ntrt hlo 55 m
1 ll~i B>ºaB.~lfla1n pt rl eu~ettrrtain
0' omirth pr,-voising and l'rret'1
1.11r. 03.3k ( oa r. b ruOnt.
DijaIJID E *'r d e.*,r. Mo IN. (.
I I l rel ý. llr.otot. Mats..
ANY k Ml, of ordinare ilrtrl!igeorre I:LY eon, w
thing irsb C lrOarillng for 'Th Ielt.r.4eld WteeLr.
Experleuce in nlot lle. esnra-l h «nly reynioqtes o-
Ing, a. oI all aurcvoa1c.!l roineqe, nodnatt y and Cnor.
av. send for trrtirimlaro. Address Clew. Ilmane
s Co.. I4 Warren hit.. Now York.
rn j " 1"yl
OPIUM knuown and sarae Remdy.
FO1 CM* OZ
Air treatment until cured. C'att on or address
DR. J. 0. BECK,
1 .a..la Bl.es, thr slo and "ingle Darret ha
Game Paibel Muon, Paibet n'Iaa. and (ho
.1. "TkEl..r & (.ttClicrupee Folio. )IaM.
Coetfaderate Officer, .0 -r~
era A rist.tmoerrf 17. · ·Io C *~~n 4 R
~~r l I-- CI~ - o ,..I i·ortbaalirtee oln. U'r
~.lol ~:.eioor. rita S·r ye-.·la,- w':% pniro~aaoodta'r.
Dtofh. ISILAI Ia LCO.. thusroad~ V, a.. C~U0
To Goti~tnental a~n~ 8ecurfty'¶ffe
Insurance Co.'s Policy
'.u~rlv· 'he·leorri tlrrt·re~rl. 4.'· insln i..? e"rI
aurY p~ir lul',l~lrei ir tliO o)h.-v naoued col.4r,)·.oai
ant wrvit or'' cv teir 5 tomne, ion. itItoemnI oh their
Ia 01' .011 Uitlr ..; chotre (or hi' ..rote-e. ' all
AGT APTED FOR HISTORYL
sci(eOIIL 4 t ir lreot prhrlr~rti,. nd in Iaie~nl rr( S
·er thrl4 l·~rt r"'ir e ill-roh. piilrilohes Kr ireats
Snt the grand I.r,,idrirri. worlir I rrl ,.v)lrbitc. ',,1r4
ien, gIreat eci·rlo. nte V,-.i heeponni sll- a ,jgitM
egr eo r(llI.' A~rrid a:nn a li-li Hrl'4rlrlc i*nr r.l ik
~:.~IIV· Yxhi~ttil~lrrr),*llrir.'jrtate'. P1'
yr.It be nlecaiol. .v,.- thairre i-ir ~k o'-rv tl a'
taina -r( paces or..? .5' 1.11' rorgrvitrgi.
;1adayJ ot hrnF. Ag'010 Umtatfd. OIIlrnld
ICrItUli( leert ~rtI. A E).. A~ltUsir'. YIY
ir am 0mw. th mdvwdl
a LUICRATVE WSIKISI
SEtW IrC MACHINEr ACENTS. AMP -~
I MlEMOPENErCVANI IDA3IUT TO IIAA
VARVINC ACORDIMCIITOA·ILITV SUA*R
ACTER A~b QUALIFICATIONS OI VII
ACIENT. FOR PARITICULARS, ASUEI
'C Lin SI n I acMDhrtoL.