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FOR TIIHE F IR NFx.
New. nad Nes.u for Wemes.
The queen of Italy almost always
dresses in white.
It is said that the Empress Eugen;e
has grown very proud and cold under
the infunenoe of misfortune.
Ole Bull's Wisconsin wife is the busi
nest head of the concern, making all her
hilsband's contracts, and arranging his
A French girl needs but four dressesr.
Her wrqpper, her plain black alpaca,
her handsome street dres-r and a muslin
or tulle ball dress.
The latest smart girl anecdote con
cerns one in Illinois, wlo is said to earn
$26 a week by her skillful working of
mink and muskrat traps.
(Granteville, Nevada, has a lady miner
in the pers.n of Mrs. Murphy, wife of
Foreman Murphy, of the Alexander
mine. Mrs. Murphy is an experienced
prospector, and has recently struck a
rich lodge just west of the new mill.
Wedding celebrations : Three days,
sugar; sixty days, vinegar; first anni
versary, iron; fifth, wooden; tenth, tin;
fifteenth, crystal; twentieth, china;
twenty-fifth, silver; thirtieth, cotton ;
thirty-fifty, linen ; fortieth, woolen;
forty-fifth, silk ; fiftieth, gold ; seventy
The Syracuse university proposes to
raise $10,000 to endow a profefsorship
in the liberal arts, to be filled by a
woman, who is to be elected by a board
of trustees. The money is to be sub
scribed by women who have property
in their own right. The plan is pro
posed in order to place the admission of
women to the university on a broad
At the Whitelands Training college,
Chelsea, England, the course extends
over a period of two years, the first of
which is devoted to darning, patching
and knitting, and the second to cutting
,out, which is taught on paper patterns.
At the breaking up party most of the
children wore paper dresses cut by
themselves, the committee in charge
of the college having bit upon the plan
of allowing the pupils to fit by their
own measure, so the patterns might
afterward be useful to them.
S putnd the Bill o f5g, Iuosbannd.'
Realize, reader, says a New York
pi per, tile anguish of a lady compelled
to stand by another lady wearing larger
diamonds than her own,.or more point
lape., or a longer train. What will the
world think, as under the chandelier
this painful contrast comes out ? ach
moment f deep humilistiowi cauns.
sleepless n 'st , and the next day re
salts in bills tl C. ." .. .
indiotments to poor, over-worked men.
Under the impulse of such trying
senes as these, many a matron has
gone forth on Broadway with firm lip=
and eyes in which glowe.l inexo,rable
Iurlrse, and placed upon her arms an l
flnger., that might have helped h( r
husband forward, the gemns that would
I, millstouss about his neck.
Th rer are many phases of heroism,
lhat if you want your breath taken away,
go to a leading nod fashiionable store
and see sonme large-souled woman, who
will not even count the cost, or realizu
the dire consequences, hut like ime
martir of the past who will show to the
world the object of his faith t umeugh the
Ih 'avens fall, she marches to the cot
ter, selects the costliest jewels, anti
sal s, in tones of majesty :
" Se I the bill to my husband 1"
.4 'atomN flaet .rll Trarels.
On()ie ,i the enstoma of our fathers
says the Springliehl (Mais.) Jrpd6i
ecin. was the habit of going to sleep
dnrirg church service; and various and
eingu;ar wret the expelients adopted be
the minister and the deacons to keel
them wide awake. Here is an account ei
a funny scene in a Lynn (Mrass. churel
in 1646, during the preaching of lih
good old Rev. Samuel Whitney, D. D
It Is taken from Obadiah Turner'
" 1646, June ye 31: Allen Brydgec
hath bin chose to wake ye slepers ii.
meetirg, and being much proud of his
place maust needs have a fox-taile flxe
to ye end of a long staff wherewith he
may brush the faces of them yt will
have naps in time of diteourse; likewise
a sharpe thorue wherewith he may
prick such as be most sounde. On ye
last Lords dlay, as he strntted albout .e
meeting-hose, he did spy Mr. Tomlins
sleeping with much comforte, his head
kept steadie by being in ye corner and
his hand grasping ye rail. And soe
spying Allen did quicklie thrust his
staff behind Dame Balload and give him
a grievous prick upon ye hand. Where
upon Mr. Tomlina did spring up much
above ye floor and with terrible force
strike his hands against ye wall, and
also,to ye great wonder of all, prophain
lie exclaim in a loud voice,' Cuass the
woodchuck:' he dreaming, as it seemed,
yt a woodchuck had seized and bit his
hand. But on coming to know wher
he was, and ye great scandall he had
committed, he seemed much aba.hed
but did not speake. And I think he
will not soone againe go to sleep in
meeting. Ye women may sometimes
sleep and none know it by reason of
their enormous bonnets. Mr. Whitney
doth pleasantly say yt from ye pulpit he
doth seem to be preaching to stacks of
straw with menqjotting here and there
"Brays up I" as the fellow remarked
to a siek male.
A pleasant story has just come to us
from the Cape of Good Hope. In Griaf
Reinett, as in the old Dutch towns in
the colony, there is, in the center of the
place, a large market square, where the
farmers, traders and others, arriving
with their produce at any hour of the
day or night, may "out-span" the oxen
or horses from their wagons, and turn the
cattle out to the "commonage" to feed,
while they bivouac at their wagons, as
is the wont of African travelers to do,
until the eight o'clock morning anctson.
An old horse belonging to one of these
parties had wandered about in scarch of
grass and water-vainly, no doubt, for
it was during the severe drought from
which the country is but now recover
ing. Ciming to the great bare market
place, and finding a knot of men talking
there, lie singled out one of them, and
pulled him by the sleeve with his teeth.
The man, thinking the horse might
possibly bite, repulsed him, but as it
was not very roughly done he returned
to the charge, with the same reception;
but he was a persevering animal, and
practically demonstrated the axiom that
" perseverance gains the day," for upon
his taking the chosen sleeve for the
thir,l time between his teeth, the owner
awoke to the idea that a deed of kind
ness might be required of him; so put.
tiug his hand upon the horses neck he
said, "All right, old fellow; march on."
The horse at once led the way to a pump
at the further side of the square. Some
colored servants were lounging about
the spot. One of them, at the bidding
of the white man, fillel a bucket with
water; three times was the bucket re
ilenished and emptied before the
"great thirst" was assuaged, and then
the grateful brute almost spoke his
thanks to his white friend by i ubbing
his nose gently against his arm, atter
which he walked off with a great sigh of
relief. A story somewhat analogous to
the foregoing was told me by a friend,
whose uncle, an old country squire it
one of our western counties, had a favor
ite hunter in a loose box in the stable.
One warm summer day he was "athirst,"
and could get no water. He tried to
draw the groom's attention to the fact,
but without success. The horse was
not to be discouraged; he evidently
gave the matter consideration. The
thirst was pressing. All at once he re
membered that ho always had a certain
halter put upon his head when led to
the water. He knew where it hung.
He managed to unhook it from its p'g,
and carried it to the groom, who at
once, in great admiration of the knowl
edgcable brute, rewarded him in the
manner hle desired. - '.Vur,.
Hler to LIre.
To all excepting those who enjoy per.
feet health, it is yearly becoming more
difficult to know how to live s) as to
gain it. He who trnust alone to the in
formation given him by peri,adicals, :s
in a sal plhght indeed. These merely
convey t1ie olinionu gLven by different
medical mt1i, and the opinions of medi
cal men are as the stars of heaIven in
number. Alter comparing all the various
opinions together, one is almost inclined
to settle into despair, undlr the convic
tion that the majority of doctors, when
they come to speak of habits conducive
to a not tonl c"ondition and long life, do
not know much more about the subject
than the laity. Every invalid has to
bieeme to some extent his own doctor.
He knows, or ought to know, better
than any doctor, what is good for him
and what is not. There is an old adage,
which saya that at forty every man who
is not his own physici Si is a fool. At
any rate, he is a fool if he has not ar
rived at settled e m)ni .i'is with regardl
to the best means of promoting his ow-n
health. The great general rule is to .e
temperate in all things. On one side
swarms a troop of doctors who inform
nis that a cold bath every day is the only
means by which colds and rhenumatism
mnay be avi led. On the other hand is
another troop who declare that cold
wat.r ev'-ry day is injurious, and that it
by no means acts as a preventive against
ihe class of disei s,- atbove mentioned.
The whole condition of thiirg, with re
spect both to the ignorance of the public
in general anti the prejudices enter
tained by them, and the conflicting con
victions so sturdily maintained l.y the
various scheools of doctors and the va
ritus members of each school, is very
confused and mixed.
It frequently happens that no bodi'y
cure can be effected unless a spiritual
cure accompany it. The body acts up.
on the something which animates it,
and which we call tile soul; the soul re
adcts upon the body, and thus the mutual
disease goes on increasing. If any
remedy is to be effected, therefore. it
must act mutually, too. The power if
the will must be increased, and this can
only be done by habitually exercising
the will, so that the intellect mud the
sensibilities may be kept in their due
relations to each other. But while an
effort is thus being made to put the
spirit into healthy condition, the body
must be given the diet, the exercise, the
cleanliness and the repose that it needs.
Such a task as' this is not easy to acoom.
plish. Invalids who would have health
must work for it.-N eo York Tele
IrnsMbe to gwsliJy Him.
The late Timothy O. Coffin, the noted
legal advocate of the Bristol county
bar, several years ago, during his
youth, had occasion to go out of the
then town of New Bedford to one of the
adjoining towns to try a case before a
justice of the peace. The justice opened
his court, but just then it to
him that his old commission ex
pired. He had, however, ed a
reappointment, but had not b qual
ified acoording to law, by the
oath of office, therefore he was in oubt
whether he had any right to h and
try the case under the ciroumstanoes,
so in his embarasment be t ed to
Mr. Coffin, who was counsel the
plaintiff, and asked : "Mr. fn,
counl you not qualify me ?" ec
centric Coffin, in his inimitable er
replied : "I--I qualify youe so,
sir; it is impossible; nothing of
(lOcd can do that I I can admii the
oath of office to you, if that's on
mean."-New Bedford (Mass )
When caverns in whioh the s a
disappear are of small extent an
at both extremities, they form n
bridges. These are frequent] t
with now in localities where no
exist. A remarkable curiosity o his
kind occurs in the valley of Iooj
or Pandi, in Mexico. It spans a
325 feet deep, at whose bottom a
small torrent, the Rio de Ia Summa
inclosed in an almost inaocessible
nel. The principal bridge mess
forty e ght feet in length by thirty.
feet in width, and is six and a half
thick. Sixty-five feet below this 5fs$
bridge is found a second, consisting of
three blocks, which support themselves
without any adventitious aid; the cen
tral is perforated with a hole, through
which the bottom of the abyss is visible
The bridge of Are, over the river Ar
deche, is a natural arch, ninety-eight
feet in height and 195 in span. The
bridge of Veja, near Verona, is 125 feet
high. The magnificent rock bridge of
Virginia spans an abyss which separate s
two mountains-an abyss of ,225 fet t, inf
the deep obscurity of which whiten and
seethe the restless waters of Cedar creek.
This marvelous arch is nearly 100 feet
in length and forty-two thick. It is a
natural curiosity, which no spectator
can survey without feelings of admire.
tion. In the Lebanon, a torrent cmpt3
ing itself into the Beirut river passes
under a natural arch of 215 feet in
height, locally known as the Ain-el
Liban. A similar bridge is thrown over
the Litany, the ancient Leontes, near
Tisr Kunraone, where the river has tun
neled through a rock upward of nine':
feet thick. The road from Wady el
Teim to Nihah is carried across Ilhi
wonderful arch. Tue arch over the 1) ,F
river, near the Niban el Liban, is hol
lowed out in the solid rock. It is ninet3
feet thick, its span 157 feet, and thb
)During 1878, according to the inters a)
revenue report, the importations at the
port of New York of ale and beer wear
13,231 packages in bulk, and 22,935 it.
bottle; brandies, 340,313 gallons it:
wool and 29,452 cases, making a totni
atf 414,306 gallons; champagne, 96,816f
baskets and cases; cordials, 12,390 cases:
gin, 473,907 gallons in wood and 4,885
cases, making a total of 515,888 gallons;
rum, 49,122 gallons in wood and 340
cases, making a total of 49,720 gallons;
whisky, 38,974 gallons in wood and
2,287 cases, making a total of 44,691
gallons; and of wines, 1,664,194 gallons
in wood and 75,215 cases, making the
enormous total of 1,851,429 gallons of
imported wines, exclusive of the cham
pagne. The money value of imported
wines, spirits and malt liquors was
$6,288,241, the duties being $5,174,322
Nerves and Nelaes.
Newspaper writers are oommenting
extensively upon the uproar of cities.
They say that nature has provided the
eye with a contrivance for protecting
itself against unpleasant sights, and one
has only to hold his nose in coming in
contact with anything disagreeable to
the ,lfactoriea. Meanwhile the eare
stand open like doors that cannot be
shut. All sorts of rackets, from the
bells of the peddlers-to the sharp clank
Ing of the card of the elevated railroad,
rap on the ear drm. It has been sug
gested that if Ediison or somebody conld
invent some kind of a contrivance to be
worn over the earrs that would take up
all these discordant sound-waves and
arrange them into concord and music,
life in our cities might be made--more
tolerable.--Dr. E. B. 1bote's Health
Diam nds, says a fashion item, made
like a four-leaved clover, with a peal
in the center, to be worn either as a
pendant or in the hair, are very hand
some. And they can't be bought ai'b
any (f your sham-" rocks " either.
*4u5Erib fer a Lire Time.
Preracn a f cod with rhenmatiem often sufn
frr for a life time, their tortures being almost
with-ut remi sion. The joints and muscles of
such unfor:unatee are in most cases shockingly
contorted s d drawn out of shape. To afford
them even temporary relief, the ordinary rem
edis often prove utterly useless. Hosttett's
Stomach Bitaers, on the other hand, is avoeeh
cd by persons who have ussd it, to be agemu
ine source of relief. It keeps the blood cool bl
promotming a regular habit of body, and r~.
moves from it impurities which, In tals opilon
or all rational pathologists, orlts this ago
nizing complamt and its kinied malady, the
gonut. Besides this, the sBtrs remedies di
o-ders of the stomach, liver nd nerves, pre
rent and eradicate intermitteat and remittent
fevers, promote atppetite and sleep, and are
highly recommended by phyaiai as a desir
able medicinal, stimulat ld Sole.
Kantner's Illurated ho of Objects for
Children. containing om 2,000 eogravin s of
every-day objects wish th names, making the
simplest, most agreeble sad efeetive method
for the preminary inmtruotion ot children.
Price, in board, ; lt, 81.50. Canvassers
wanted. Lee & Waslker,111 Obhetnut st., Phil.
horo h etmy ysmu re. WINUBOW'S
SOW~LNOTHIN P n h used for chbidra
with never-faig soesea. It eretds laddity
of the stoaach, reheys wind aloe, rgulates
whe owai, eme .~dtm tad dimvh,
H. Baldwin, of Monroe City, Ind., writes
under date of Dec. 8d, 1i77, that his wife uned
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription with won
derful results. It effected her entire cure, after
several physiclanr had failed. The many sim
iler ]kttere positavely affrming that the Favor
ite Prescription had cured the di.eases and
weaknes·re peculiar to women, induced Dr.
Pierce to sell it under a guarantee. ladles
need no longer sunmit to useless and painful
local treatment as the Favorite Prescription is
a safe, sure and epeedy cure. Hundretis who
had been bed-ridden for years have been re
stored to perfect health by its nee.
The chaniel for the eilt of Imlnritiis from
the system must be kept unobstructed cr de
plorable consequences will follow. D)r. Mott's
Vegetable Liver Pills, by restoring the bowels to
an active condition, act as a cleanser of all the
lodily fluids. Moreover they render thbo diges
tive and assimrlative organs vigoroin, rouse
the liver, and purify the biliary secretion. As
a cathartic they are infinitely to be preferred
to the dangerous blne pill. Hold by druggists.
Catarrh is the firerunner of cannnmption -
consimption means d,'lth. Juniper Tar Cigar
r tOs are the only common-sense, pleasant, cer
toi, rare for Catarrh, Asthma, Colds and
llo-r.eniss. Pric 25 cents; sold by all drug
tislN. Mailid on receipt of price by Li[.big
Chemical ('o.. 2 IBrclav st , New York.
If you are eatihtl-il to have a poir organ, or
run the risk of having a powr one, take any
organ that is offured you. But if onu desire to
be sure of havitng the erry best, insist on having
a Mason & Hlamlin, and do not be persuaded to
take any other.
Wood Tag Plung
Tea PIxoNlra Tonsooo OOMPANY,
New York. tliton. and Chioago.
For bronchial, asthmatic sod pulmonary
complaints, ' lrown's flronihial Troebes
manifest remarkable curative properties.
Twenty-lfive c, nis a box.
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The moet important eries of silustrated papers which
appeared an nL('l(t 111' ', .)IISNTII I., sance
.re fr*-a" Motlh" by Edward King will hiseasries
Braril. ti hberough out i Mi't IIiNRIt durrag
leear '7t). The articlr, wi I i,.f great practical
painl in respect to the rnew conmi rcll relltlons he
en th:n colntry and lirazll, anI no eiotren will hbe
pared in matter antd llistra'ions Tbhis series will
noIe worth the subscrlption prilc of 144.O)a year.
SCRIBNER & CO., New York.
1 Luxury of Mechanism!
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o as' s nam Writlng and
hiag attacobmentfor Mew
- Machines-the last great
Snsame the macbine. Price
AI. Ask S toweel Maenber
kaler. Aoetm wanted.
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AGENTS si"'r err"tory. Address t.,
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THE CURSE OF RUI.
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l y., rer 'I h rraat Il.I Kr and RiD ISIiii)N ho..
iule,.ni alt '"'" ,* . n Irce (2 (MI. Hir tSr.m
A,*.*-., II. 5. (O(1OIIPe5EI) :A 4 .
iOMES TII WEST.
A choice from over I olMti. cI) lac Iwa Lands, due
wit from tjhicago at from @.0 to $t per acre, io farm
nIt' and on nay terms. ILw freightn .od rldy mar
krtr No wlldrnems no arne-no i..n . lani'
expl,,rinl tlcknl s from C'h .gn, frten t,o bly-,r FoSr
Napt Pamphlrte and fu|ll iformation apply to
IO W'A RAII.I(S1A I.AND) (S)IPA VY,
I'rdar KapSd., lowa, or 9 Rand, ph Street, 'hcagr,
P AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
HISTORY oITE WORLD
It contnins 672 rfn hstorical engravings and I Y(I,
larl dot,,rt colomr paver. and in the molt compdh.
ill.,ory of tn Vr..drld mrvr p.,inhedd. It lsellls at igh:
a-mrid flor -c-n,,.n pam-e and entra termns o AgwUt.
p . --aVery-ammopntint hilli a,.
e a IkUnem 19J , r1e3hi.5 If Iowed tUo pea.
al R pnn.ion chim hretofore dmittd wll bpesole
It,,inaod oO motoruoos tlaiimiute will i' droppn
frmru tir rol!l and groa m)otice done. For full par
tC'Iriar. reid for copy of l g NATIacInAL T·IDitU.ai
tiela hund iof nnry noldier. Trm, JO e osnt (ir feru
Addrnr at one., (i.OR(tU It LE'MONW •C
Ilnalth. itrer Rth. mofort, osumd to old ad unl gt
r: .an .l4.T1, Wi)IRI(tIIlAbi0) on lefnl.
Acting .:mn tie urgtlt rioqout of nume.roc onor.
pondeotn. I ihae trete oini my Ho ida6 | lr fo'r
lImlied Period(- Ordar a oce, paylJolyaterl yoo
tare fiili lat.td the inctruunl nt iogrt dn iioe
Ne.,w Pum.qo IJ. 113J.9i4 aed oDupwar
lluotrie Nw.,.ope*r n-dch moch nIma r ion trre.
Anddr- nD.NISI,. S SIKA'IrI'. WclIiiiTui. NY
SALARY rA i) '.tamnpfoccr -i-al rf.Jh1"
, -iP)i'.- Aqete' irample. onac
-"·::. i an Agricultiral .Juurnaa. rwotu hr cCnguet lAZY AND ?tSlrIDK w.!ctr g
Si ull tnr( strirjK nradinE matter aA ANT $2 PAPU, 703 S 00CNT A TEaL
I AmEIS A" D FIRILD, PUBLISHED AT IPIIIZILD, OHIO,
, c"A. `gr itRultural and Hom Jourai. issood twice a month. at the low prlce of I ent, a
r Ii. i a 1C I., ,ais-awakemJlU nl. a1tiedj1UPlltCd 00 KOtrd aPr. Eaw b nu toesr c.nrs
ngr. - ol I , r ,o eve e.embea to the fl ,-y. fom Yunget to tre ,.rart.. ther.h,rr
.", ruwn r aidly ! nto " t- f ic taro, bcome a ,- wel om. arIow and o Ole, fa. orit," ir. , er .u . ·,
r kewn r r, id hmuno e ew , 1.cribe h¢,n t l heyc --r plt~h raeolry A Fri F i ' r, .1 r
PREMýIUMS! red premiuma and rub ashC1irlnl Igiven jthsewho a¶' a T.
' Plo;'er". tr ri. Stiwa. ClurfLa. ItvolvItTSlid Shot Guns. B h-fo rre Luyiog o " .r · .e.r
, II LUE'ATED TREIUm LIST. so hch is ae fe"e to all. 10 0Gand and Costly PcrO'An 0awl
diotebv:ri July , 1.; F' r rtn sandIng the targo-at cltbs of aubscrlbers hertw'".n rc",w x71,1 n
1 r III ,. 11; air 't-;.nid, ,n· d.Ilar'5 wonr of wds. pur own q rlewla n. F. & F 1yarka .Z; " r t.
ar ±t ," r: l-lp'l , a harndlmo w. Il UWtv : lo,. nlrkel-piated recolver atd F & F. t~ :r
r 53, n, wetn'ti F. & F. 1 year an.d t, pa- bok ,,nllt n l n ) Il1iatratlrt, of flewer ,:;I plant -
'1 $3 w'"t amll a handmmr circk caird Litre 1t ' p.': warranted .d1 time kep" r. and I n I 1 p "r.
%V- al ,'ir sprrltal atrenIon to the, FlAR A.r, r1R3hsm3 Premtuun Cook Book.
ANYONE - ",!tr re, ;sari 'r.Terv to FAyRM AN- FiRsuaior WIl receive a r of rr -rr.'or,
.~-." , -'t. . . ..T s ·oL lrlysa r.a.:. "" B I oaolL Iiost thet .., Illit L
fc' '." d n ", nrn Id,. It tils bow to cook ui i i.' - " c es] l and men," I- " iilr ih
: dI". " Llds d,,. soup: it g: r s err f 7 iofo Ok t t"Or l A. - l n.: tRive - , .. r"'. 'eikn
Cf atul t wo m d arn. It tria bhw toselct a et b": - tt.h. mes. & k '" ;, u-t
i 'rii i i... "ao a alads Itlire el forprrt r ig .i in of s, s '
(£' GIVie OVER ONE THOITI4ANI) !I ( II'Ei
OUP4. 4.· ic`· ~ its A,:.nýý··· i
I I tl: ti, I h,u -k,. tar lli at x t1 h. newt, Iat, ' lirsa . ( I; t l . I, i * .
i ",!1, ( ., , re a. 'era 1 ; , t lt 1it ,". ilro n, " t a dles A.':."1,'.. " n ' .` '!.
"I't OFt tK| BOO Kj ,h t ltt p. ltI |"1 ntl :l I lllt'l l u u. J ' f-i I,.. '..+ti
1 125 'OF to t 6OL N l7' (. a . , ' tr .I e " . l ,n tr".. Fl n..
r111¥ l~P . '. r-T i lu *f l' l % L, 1,'t. .1 , ". r 'ft M , ans f"'i • . i I '
" ie MA K~ ,f ., 1 ", FAR .11FI~ "I " .
ro " a . a ..r ,,."" , t--- Ad-ndo rtll r&SW "ND Ililti ., .£, D -'".
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"'ilt:r.l 3·A* r ·llJ i illl]i -
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair must use
LYON'S KATIIAIItON. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair crow freely
and fast. ketvr it ir,tm fallini,
ont, arresP iand cunres gray
airdA, removes dandruff and
Itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau.
tiful, healthy Halr is the sure
result of using Kathairon.
New Opera! Cantatas!
H. M. S. PINAFORE.
Comic Opera by Arthur Sullivan,
-a the mnot popular thing of the kind ever perforlmed in
tbc nmonntry M sic ac,:allunt anI easy and words en
nlc.ptlnabnle. makl .g t v..ry dnlmrahl for inmateur
performnnce in ay t wn or vlluilg. KI*gant opy, wth
w.ord , mlnc ard IiI it, nmlpi e. mae, e nl s, wbere
fo t 1I .141.
'iIIAIL Il' .I11t1 ** a anshatsl
Opretta by ti Lh e1in uth Ir M) ete.
Joseph's Ronsige. BIy (HtanwrrE V .1)0O
Ilelshnzzar. " H TTrrerzr n. .4)(
Inther. " BRAnr'rr. .60
Th'n (lt.n'tlt.n w ra aye .rnagniflonnt when given
with Orinlntl drie and snefanry t'he last one is Isy.
"LPaulineR" 4 J "I'laminn" 1t2( - " ota.
mend ien r, ilnmrend" M)It "EIlnrdhla
_nerl," siats r -" J,-eonn In hartr ," Il, ote.)
"ti nl d Irving" 1 . ct. L are t()Ipettas ra.luiring
hl t a w f IlntiEr and rr captital for Parlor Perform
anote tl s l 't t hre at. * luneminln s.
In I'r.y . ""Thr "snrocrer. r," by tLLIVit. and
"Thre I,LttlhIe Inkr," by I '.('4
OLIVER DITSON & CO., Boston.
C. II. IITI(TN & (4 o..
711 & 1-43 Broadway, New Yerks.
J. K. I)T1411N & 1')..
l/'! 4 hr.tnwt wilt.. Plhil.
THE SMITH ORGAN CO.
Flrst Establishied ! Most uccel.fnl!
TT IT I.NdTI: I'M I. N I- hain a etilar l
valu iI 1.:1 til t
OF TI.tE WORLD'
IE *ry..,.'r, r+.,"'+ ' ! ). FINENI 1
IN TON B.
Made amaIl his ut e. N w I a:t .. :. t ,r.,r :y.
oIs te Old oeIabl CaeossmM aaed Le
FOR FAMILY SOAP MAKING.
i .befp ean"Ga foer mehking s,
nI I DLtL WIIOIr AND TBIIntPr.
The YIII I. 11oad wth (th1 slt ) e OeLd a
ATI NONlfr. AND 1lr 113
MADE BY THiS
Pennsylvanlia Salt anauug 0s.,
!l I A I.UA'll l On 4 0v0.n r'e. W4'clr411k
iý.-.- " .7_ · .o - , • ,,to. L'YC __
V e A 0 VA l,.. ,,"t ,,.
i n v ..t 1fom the Im
uoal oet. Best plan *re- ,ff-re t, tl Algerti and
larg btuuyer. A 1.. KXPRKShi ';IAR1(. N PAID
New terms FREK.
31 mnd 33 Vicey mire., New York.
P.O ,Rox 43.h.
MOLL. 'S :,"1 C0-LIVER 01O
Is pcrfet'ly pnre. Pr'mntnned thi est P y thn high.
Pet m hllral rtithr yl , r the worl;. (,rn htarwhe
awardait 1J ridu. aEx] s t eona, dat Par.sItl k
14 ldt-y fr twintS. SV.h II 5nhieffelin &L 0 .'. .
Unnvraled (U,mht.Jtnonn. uned hourly. e ant demand
nnh olld fee 4eAg We practnct Bee mUntcnre, bOx .
soal and go-d newI to nil sndin: Istamplot Itrculae.l
KIOOER 8 PTLL,... ..... .,
Wm.. ~ul e P~1 rand tLt r.n.tk'tl Crmp l.
diem. Ys:OII lox (:t, t .j, N Turrd it ,Phuleda.