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Innnltj In llie t'nlled States.
Oliarlos D. Robinanu, fa Scrihncr for S 'ptotnbpr,. writes m follow : Tho in tjiligont earn of llie itimtio, with a view t itha rostornHoii to hunlth nnd sooirty, U ro reonut that it mny bo rintitd, iu the United States, iu th.i prrserit oontnry. The time is evi'ii within the recollection of many now living, whfn faith iu the curability of the diseaso became general, even among medical men. Upon the Pawning of the belief that insanity was susceptible of cure, hospitnln becun to bo built, for the two-fold purposes of custody aud treatment ; for besides the difficulty of tnkiug care of lunatics at home, it was found that comparatively lew recovered. From thin prriod hos pitals begun to bo regarded as not only tne befct, but to most persons (lie only places lor tuo ltisnno. Hf-n"o an ju creasing demand for their Accommoda tion ; B'd though tl.eir numbers have Multiplied largely, nnd have preatly in creased in siz, tiiey are Mill inndequato to rtili rtaiu all wh j knock at their doors and w ith piteous appeal Bec k admission iu tins connection may bo noted a curious rcanlt of tde establishment of nw uosnit-nl facilities. Tho newer States, in estimating tho hospital ca pacify necessary for their insane, have intuinlly consulted tho census statistics to find what 1. umber to provide foj ; but it is invariably loumt tuat when t hospital is opened for the accommodft- t ou of a given district, the applications for auiiiission far exceed its capacity, largely outnumbering the statistics col' locted by the census taker. The country seems suddenly thronged with iusano people, aud we are apt to be impressed with tho be'ief that this iread disease is largely on tho increase. But the probable fact is that no such mcreaso really exist. It is not uu natural that, nniuly out of family pride. the questions of the census takers are often evaded, and the relatives of the unfortunate patient, seeing no benefit to come from revealing tnis "skeleton in the closet.," keep it from observation, Hut, promptly when an asylum is opened within tluii reach, free to nil without jviy, the curtain ii dniwu nnd they come forward with their nlllicted That insanity do rs 1.0s increase, pro ruta, at least in the Unitod States, is proven by the census returns for the past tweuiy years. In 18.ri0. this countrv hiul a population of '23,191, 87G, and total mimbtr of iusano and idiots of SI, 397, or one in !i7S. Iu I860, with population of 6l,-lU,n2i, there were 42,801 ius..n: aud idi-its, or one iu 733, And iu 1870, with a population of 38, 535,983, thero were 01,909 of that class, or one in 023. Iu lugland, iliir- iug tho H.i mu pciiod, there was an aver- ago of anout oie in 450; m Scotland oue in 400; in Ireland, one in 400; in France, one iu GOO; aud in Australia, oue in 521. These reports, if accurate, show u favorable coudition iu this country as compared witn tnat of others. How Long Branch Grew Up. The glory and gain of transforming Long Branch from a deserted stretch of New Jersey coast into a seacidn city, says Olive Logan, iu Harper's Maga zine, undoubtedly rest with a few cpi- i lists, who bought farms in Monmouth county for thirty or forty dollars an aero, ana set about turning tneir corn fields into villa plots. Easy enough to do this much ou paper, but to make the public buy the plots was something call iug for ability and energy of the first ordor. A sohemo of advertising was adopted, brve, expensive, nnd pnviloup, ay which the place was persistently n ought beloio tho publio attention sum mer after summer. J no ubiquitous cor respondent of tho daily press wai sent down to report. It Wtw not a very fasei- n:iting spot in those early days, but the f porter who cannot write au attractive ettor merely because there is nothing attmctivo to write about has mistaken lis vocation. A vivid imagination, a touch of Thackeray's wit and Dickens' inventive gemus, are much more valu able in a watering plaoe correspondent thfvuthn mere photographic faculty of reproducing fee's. To ' call a spado a spado" is fatal to the charm of letters from the seaside, especially if tho place be dull and uninteresting. There were as charming letters written from Long Branch when it was dull and uninviting as now wuen it is animated aud attrac tive iu the season. By one devico aud another, legitimate and illegitimate, by building a new railroad, by improve ments of various Rorts, aud divers plans lor attracting public attention to their put and pride, the capitalists forced the growth of the place iu public appreci ation, aud achieved a veritable emip at tat when they mdnced President Uraiit to go and live there in the sum mer. Long Branch became tho summer capital, and its fortune was made. The villa plots sold like the proverbial hot c.ikes. The hotels built huge additions to themselves, aud all the world rushed to sleep in them. Those who had money iu their pockets found it burning moi-t uucomfortably thero until they had bought a villn plot, or a corner of a farm, or an old house that could bo turn ed into a summer seat. Many outsiders mado largo sums by buying this week to sell tho next at nu enormous advance. Lots that oue Miniirfer sold for $500 were held the following summer at $5,000. Everybody was elated, excited: and life was gay and fascinating to residents as to tho going aud coming crowd. The summer capital was a success. ONLY A BABY. Washing Dresses, The Saratoga conespondent of the S.m Francisco Chronir'e says: There U no doubt as to tU j desirability of wearing washing drcsiM-s iu summer, and it is a matter of sm pri.-o to good people who live iu their owu homes, and have their own laundresses nnd cau put as many lluted dresses aud bkiits iu the wash as they please, that the fashioual: women who live iu hotels and go to the watering places avoid them, and stick to llki and woolen tissues, wlieu thes useful fabrics stick to them; but tho lea sou is fouud in the lurgtj of the wash ing bills. A cotton or linen dress does not cost so uiuoh in the )h:-t place, but it is a bill of expense right straight through. A little friend of mine cried when her bill for washing three dresses c.iiiao homo the other day; it was 19.75. Who had thought herself au fait iu the-e things. Sho had considered she was making ample allowanca iu appropri ating t?3 as tho expense for tho most elaborate, aud $2 each for tho others, and had struggled with her desire to have her dresses nicely "done up," and her prudence for a iorg time before finally taking tho step, uiid she could hardly forgive herself for not discover ing ex ictiy what the co t would bo be foro venturiug. "It is the last time I will ever have a 'washing ' dress as long as I live," she said. Yet these were nothing compared with the cost of "doing up" the dresses which are masses of delicately plaited rnflles, pull ing aud lace. Ex-rresKlcut Fillmore. Apropos of tho announcement that an enterprising railroad company has offered Mrs. Millard Fillmore, widow of President Fillmore, the use of a palace car from Buffalo to Philadelphia and re turn during the Exhibition, ft cerre spoudeut says tho little lady doesn't re quire any suc:i f ivor iu order to hasten to the Centennial Mecca, should sho de sire to. Mrs. i illmore id in affluent circumstances, and occupies a palatial residence iu Bufi'alo, about which are scattered mauy evidences of luxury, in eluding a coachman, horse, carriage, aud two Scotch terriers. The late Millard Fillmore was, in appearance, a very no ticeablo man. lie always dressed with great neatness. He wore glossy black broadcloth aud a high, stilf-.itaichtd whit-j collar. It was the cx-Presidout's custom to ride out ou Delaware avenue with his handsome consort beside biro, iu au undersized, close, black carnage which had a small square window iu th back. This conveyance wus drava by a pair of noble bays, which were driven by tbe JuitliiuL and trusty eoicbman, whom iurs. Fillmore still n-t.uus. Alter putting ou a high sili; hat aud a pair of wiiite Kid ninve.s, Uio ex-PrcMdent and his wife rode out the avenue in the litth- closo carriage, perhaps two miles, then tl.o ex -President nligUtod aud waueJ straight back down tho avenue home, while hi3 lady instructed tho Jehu to slow up and keep pace with him. This peculiai exercise Air. Fillmore took al most daily, aud during his stately promenade down under the elms he was the cynosure of all eyes. His form was a commanding one, and ho bore himself almost pompously. A Singular Itesene, One of tho most singular rescues ever report d occurred, the South Australian Advertiser reports, during tho voyage of the JCa Marole from Fremantle. ihe Bohooner was running at tho rate of ten knots per hour, before a heavy westerly (;ale, when tho alarm was given of a man overboard. One of tho Sjuth Sea i - laiiiii m had been relieved from the wheel, aud, in a heavy pair of boots aud an oil&Uin coat, was going forward, when ho was knocked overboard by a eea which camo over the side. The waves were running moun tainously as he .dropped astern, but the .report was no sooner mado than the schooner was rounded to iu the bare hope of saving tho unfortunate man Sue camo to the wiud under a press of sail, made a short reach, and was soon about on the other tack. To judge of the time on such occasions is difficult, but tho master considers that a quarter of an iiour elapsed before the position where the man was lost overboard was regained. A sharp lookout was kept, and on heading over an immense sea the voicu of the man was heard abova the roar of the gale. The way of the craft v.as at once stopped, and the man swam up to tlw side and was taken on board. He bad thrown off tho heavy boots, but brought the oilskin coat back. At the Fairg. A Chicago firm, dealing iu gamblers' implements for cheating, advertises to scud free a complete list of country fairs to be hold next fall. Thus swiud lers may lay out a business tour satis fictorily. Gambling seems, to judge by the following extract from the firm's circular, to have suffered by the general depression in business : " We take pleasure in haudiug you our revised prico list, iu which you will find that we have roduced prices to conform with the times. Owing to tho continue, shrinkage iu commercial values and the decreased cost of labor aud material. we offer you a complete list of first-class goods at prices lower than have ever before been offered by any house in the trade. ' IlaviDg a large factory, iitli ste:im power and all the late t improved iniclnnery, we are ablo with our in crtased facilities to fill all orders quick ly and in a satisfactory macuer, and stnud to-day the leaders in our branch of industry in the United States, if not iu the world." The catalogue iccludea marked cards, loaded dice, uud many oiher devices for cheating. A y ar ago, says the New York TVt- Lune, one of thoso events occurred which every man of sense would pro nounce trivial and n eaningless. No re porter, however hungry for uows, would jot it down as Having any present bear ing on the history of the time, nor could any novelist bring into his book a point so insignificant and common. It was only the birtu of a bany, a girl bany ; the child of young Flaxman and his wife, who are certainly as commonplace a pair of hnmr.n beings as can be fouud iu New York. Tho Flaxman family in fact have but ono noteworthy point- money. The batty was born into a chilly nest. Anvbody could see that her coming was a mistake of nature. Iler father married a girl without fortune, and brought her home just when the business of tho firm (Flaxman & Bon) was at its lowest ebb at tho beginning of the panic. It was hard enough to fit out the young couple with carriage, horses, sorvnuts, etc ; to maintain, in short, two establishments under ono roof ; all of which was done, and hand somely done, for the Flaxmans know to tho last tithe what society demands, aud overpay it. But to briug n child at such a time, not only as a source of present expense, but to cripple all business projects for the fill lire, was, to say the least, incon siderate, ller grandfather, when told of her birth, remarked that " tho aunnily paid to tho widow of his sou John had beeu a heavy hen upon tho estate, but this was worse." Tho Flaxmans am lit tle troubled with those affections which daily bring joy or tortnro into households not so well bred. T he old peoplo aud tho young were courteous aud enter taining to each other when they met at table, just as they would be to any guest. Old Fiaxman's real affections were giveu to his books; his wife aud tho baby s mother were probably fouder of kuf.;o w;ire and old lacquer than anything elso in tho world, aud Philip himself thought oftencr of his bay trotter than of bis pretty bride. These people heard elo quent divines preao ; of humanity and lovo, and admired them, just as they did V atehel us Manneo, or Siuviui as Othello. They were no more per suaded to become faithful and loving human beings thau to imitate tho tenor or the Moor. What sermon this little helpless bit of flesh, iu its roll of flannel, preached haw cau we tell ? It was preached in some speechless fashion. Everybody has seen the baby and its moxplicab.e influence in a household. Something of the divine healing power which Iroia the manger in Bethlehem drew peasants aud kings to worship together still seems to linger iu every cradle. The baby iu tho Flaxman house was to out-iiders like any other baby. But within it waa a miracle, a wonder. Tho trivial mother sobered into a quiet gentle woman; the grandmother and iho held honily coun cils over the blue bassonette and talked of colic aud croup, instead of Miutou ware and old Etruscan. Tho -old lady suddenly dis covered " Thilip's wife to bo a most sensible, lovable person," and Philip's wife begun to call her "moth er," and so brought tears to tho sharp eyes behind tho spectacles. Philip this spring sold his trotter for "a family horse fit to take our little lady out air ing ;' aud as for his father, he wai an ubject slave from tho day she held out her chubby arms to come to him. After that sho tugged at hi i white mustache or s ectaclcs as she pleased; old I las man aud young Flaxman, who never pulled together siuca tuo latter was a boy, sat by tho nursery lire, good iel- ows together, many a night, ioigttfnl of ciub, of publio dinner. When the Ir.ld was ill, they waited night after uight till morning, silent and anxious, wLilo tho doctor and the women were busy overhoad. The baby died. The political econo mist would tuko no note of th?so weight less atoms of humanity, or secretly deem them mistakes among " tht myriad germs which nature shapes and shat ters." All that is left to tell that this baby was olco iu this world is a little heap of earth m Oreenwood with a freshly planted rose upon it, and a si lenco that has fallen upon one house hold. No something more; a slr.uige lovalty and kindliness which buv.4- sprung np iu certain hackneyed, worldly hearts toward each other, and toward tint Power which gave the baby to them and took it homo again ; a store of tiny garments and toys of which they do not speak to each other, but- which bring back to each thoughts beyond all others tender and near to God. When men and women die, they al ways leavo behind tneni a certain amount of evil influence as well as good at work in tho world. But when wo re member that each of these thou sands of little ones left iu its forsaken home only this sacred memory, forever softened and holy, we find, not one of nature s mistakes, but a gilt beyond oil others direct from tho Divine hand, lying beneath the little hillock in God's acre. A Story of a Tramp. He shti filed iuto the Utica Herald office about eleven o'clock in the even ing, lie was a tramp. There was no mistake about that. His whole raiment, from his dirty blue cotton shirt to his ragged trousers and gaping shoes, looked as thotlgli It might have been buea ny a last year's scarecrow. Tho rolling prairio of dirt and chronic woefulness that constituted his face was relieved by a rubicund nose, which stood guard over a mouth ablo to span an Alabama watermelon without a wiuk of the bleared optics above. He approached tho ro- poi ter as though death was lending him by one ear and the prince of darkuttts by the other, and in the voice of a man about to be hung, he murmured : " My friend, I want yon to do me a favor. I liAven't drank anything but a glass of cider in a week, and haveu't had any thing to eat to-day, nud I have beeu try ing to get work but can't, and a lnau down to the railroad said ho would give mo a place to sleep, aud if you could only let mo have a few penuieu to pet some crackers, for I thiuk I am starving and cim't hold out any longrr." Th" reporter rcmaiked that it v.iis prty j hard for a man to starve, but that the I hunger of the tiidup r i'.s generally for whisky and net for bread; and dipt cnly two days ago he lent a man thirty cents to buy an overcoat, and the ungrateful wretch had gouo off and bought an over dose of gin, necessitating some over work by n policeman nnd an overtnro by f ho recorder iu tho morning. The sus picion of tho tramp's truthfulness in volved in this facetiousness completely overcame him, and ho burst iuto a flood of tears. At last, moved by his appeals, the reporter forgot that the man before him was a healthy looking man for a wretch in the last agonies of starvation, and felt around in his pockets for any fit ray change that might have oomo out of the last picnic unscathed. After much searching u solitary silver quarter was discovered, which ho handed to tho tramp with the secret satisfaction that tho latter was unconsciously receiving but twenty-three cents nnd a half in scrip, owing to tho present ruinous de preciation of silver. To tho tramp, however, it was twenty- Qvn cents, and gratefully bowed his thanks, and amid nnother flood of tears and promises that he would immediately go and buy bread, ho shuffled into the street. His slip-shod footsteps would have dreamily died away in the distance had they not suddenly stopped iu what strucic our reporter as beiug susptcious- ly close proximity to a saloon. To lay Chapped bunds, fac, pimples, ring worm, Knitrbeum, and other entai.cns ,lfle: tlorii enred, and rough skin mde soft tnt praooth, by nuinpr Jtmipr.B Tas Soap. Be onre fal to gft onlv thfit tnaile by Osswell, Hzrrt ft Co., Nnw Xork, m there lire many imitation m4e with common tr, all of whieb ere worth loee. Com. Ono conscientious saloon keeper in Now Norwich bos behiud his bar a brick, on which is the inscription: " Do not get this in your hat." Modern TVomon. It Is a Mil oiromentary upon onr hoastfd civiHu'ion tliht the worurn ff our time have (!(n;iorri'i t in hraltli ami pli'i-iq le until llicy ro liuuiil.y a rneo Lt levnlulH -mlo, uorvou, fneblo ami 'liar.kachy, with etily I ere and there a few noble txeenei-.ns in the persona of the rulmut, huxnin laUien ohtraotermtio of the ei m rla; a gone by. By a very large experiencn, core-ruin a tieriod of yearn, and embracing the troa'm'nitof winy thonpands of raaoa of tlince allninnNi pociniar to women, Dr. 1'ieroe, of the World' I)iiiieHarv. Buffalo. N. Y.. has rer- focled, by tho combination uf certain vegetable xtrKotna natnral epeoiflc, which he dims not ertnl as a cur.) all, bat one whioh admirably tnlllMn a riiiKli'iioxH of purpese, being a morl put-i live ai d rulUMe remedy for those weak ness and oiuptf.iiilH that afll ct tho w mien of tho prevent 'l-y. This nalui al specific oom imniid m railed br. 1'ierca's Favorite I'retcnp tion. Toe fo'lnwtt'ic .re ainontt those diconHen in which this woinlerful medicino has worked c.nnn as if I y ci-tftic and with aourtainty never bef 5r attained l-y snv rjooilii-incs : Weak back. lervnus and general riebill'y, falling and other disnl arenienta i f internal organs, rchu'ting from dotjilily and lack ct strength in imt'ir-i Hiipportrt, internal fr-vor, congestion, inflamuia- i and ulceration sun very many other ctiroiuc liseasrs inoidont to women, not proper to men tion here, iu which, b well as iir Oitses that huve been enumerated, the Favorite Proscrip tion effects cures tho mm vol of the world. It, will not do harm in any state or condition of the system, and by adopting its nee the invtdid lsdy may avoid that severest of oi deals the oiiHUltuiK or a family phvsician. f avorite l'lufcripliou is sold by dealers iu modicinoi) generally. " Debility and 'crTous IIciuIhcIic. Chronic, b: k or nervous headache is gone- l ail dependent on, or acoompanied by, im paired dixestion, by which the circulation and nutrition of the brain are deranged, aud the nervous corners vitiated, iho 1'ernvian (syrup, by reinvigorAting the digestive powers, lays the ax at the root ot tho tree; the brain is duly nourished. t'io nervous symptoms ceano, and the headache disappears, Oorrsepondencs (nvitrtf. ROOFS W mnt wrnk ymr ffw tat Itfrtlm n1 m th IV" ot A t,9 tvot Mwrr lo or IIS ymm. It ttnnm wit h Tn Im tifwnfie and earn thun jr m btnw on y-nr Irilnri. ttmn(i tir mutt), lain jt t hn. ll r11 Tm CftTflful to mu rir-.prof.f hint Hn'tlt It will tint Olllr riwiftt thA effects of water and wind, hut will rhield ton from Flro. OLD ROOF3. Protect yon fltilMInc by nln Ollnw' Plats Roofing Paint, which nimer rrarftn in wimer nor ri in nm- thna Inniimr than Htf ahlna-loa without tha paint, for tm.f-i"rlh trio 0at of raahlnsllns. On rf.roi. i,l nhtriqi' it fllla up ti-n b"lo and poioa, and (tln-a a Fall llonnt'ts. Fall bonnets have close fitting capote fronts with high, pointed crowns. The front or brim is so close that only a slighf plaiting of lace or silk, or else a small twist, ii allowed for face trimming, with perhaps a little cluster of flowers Ftuck on tho edge of tho brim. Many of the high peaked crowns are too pro nounce to please ladies of taste, but a happy medium is fouud in lower taper ing crowns that preserve enough of the shape outline to be styliuh. Velvet re asserts itself at the handsomest material for dress bonut ts. Indications are that felt has had its day of popularity, ex cept for second best bonnets; the coarse ness of American felts has brought it iuto disfavor. There is an effort to re vive plush as a fabric for bonnets, but it lias not been largely bought by Ameri can buyers. Long and ample strings to ba tied uutler the chin will be found on most imported bonnets. These strings are of the libbous known to milliners as Nos. 16 and 22. The handsomest rib bons are gros grain on one side and satin on the other. A poet Las been strnggling with the question: 'What is success I" Some think it is a plenty of money and a hand some mustache. Getting His Clothes. The tailor's bill of the shrewd tramp is paid by tho county iu this wise: One of the lottgois in the Cumberland station house, Maryland, stripped himself, rent his vermiu covered garments, laid them iu a pile iu tho center of his cell aud set tiro to them. Puffs of ill-savored smoke escaped from the window, and the oil! cers rushing in found him coaxing the embers. Thero was a scamper for pails, but before water could bo brought the old clothes were reduced to ashes. Tho tramp was willing to do anything to oblige the authorities. He would stay in the station house all summer ami board at the county's expense; he would set out on his travels stark naked through the village; or he would take a new suit of clothes without reference to the cut. He got the clothes. The Friendly Indians. The friendly Indians with the United Stut' s troops on the plains act in their usual capacity as scouts. A letter from the niuny says that they now wear, as a distinctive mark, a small wmte flag twist ed in their hair. Formerly they wore a piece of red flannel on the shoulders and the Sioux perceiving what this sign meant, cut uo red blankets and fixed similar marks on themselves. The result of it was that the allies got one or two volleys ponred into them by the troops, for, as one of the officers remarked who wa? engaged in the fight: " It was hard to convinoe our men thatr day that any thing wearing a blanket and riding a pony was not to be shot at." the conclusion to which we had come, that tha " greatest of these is charily," ou tho table, pending inquiry, we hast ened to the door, but tho lino of ga? lamps revealed no tramp hurrying bread ward. Snurred by an increased bus picion, our reporter hurried to the near est place where tho bilmlous do con greg te, glided steallhily in and lost -II f ..ti. 5.- I i mi . uu lanu iu iiuman nature, mere upon the bar lay that ilenreciated silver. Leaning familiarly against tho bar was that demon of ingratitude, with a decan ter i f bourbon in his right Land and live-iltiger drink in the other. Deletion- ico was just reaching out for tho quar ter, when ho beheld with amazemont tho s;ze of the drink the trarup was transiemng to his capacious maw. Visions of financial ruin struck him dumb for a, moment, but recovering his pres ence oi mind, ho excliumca : " i snr my friend, there's a tly iu that whisky,' "Im there?" sail tho tramp, lowering the glass. " Yes," remarked Dt lrooni co, as he seizad a spoon and reached out for the whisky, " let mo get it out for you." Just as Delmonico got poRw.i.ion of tho whisky our reporter ueiz -d the quarter, with the remark thut he gile.-stvi he would takoit back, a he hud given it to this fellow to buy bfea l, not to ptirchuso whisky by the wholesale. " Well," added DelmoViio, "if tout is the case, I'll take back the vhiskv :" and back it went iuto the decuntor. A look of amazement aud disgust com bined fettled upon the countenance of the tramp, and turning reluctantly upon his heel ho shuffled out of tho saloon, mnrmuring sadly and reproachfully : " Only a smell, only a smell." OM .lilr vln rnofa can ba painter, lonklns mtirs rottar, fluff lan'g Inntfvr than aw aninalna ..a Miih trtn'inl rtinl that, laaf a tor laara. I'urlrti r trurieii chlwrlna lt lirlnR-. to tholr placaa naff -r thm raara. Tula plats paint requires so bealtnic or thinning, l-i applln'1 tth ft hrtifli an-1 very ernsTi-i'tHl. Our !Jntin attfola li rhornln color wil .1 firni aiipl'.OO, chanvea to a nnliorm alat oolor, and Is to all Intonta and yurpoaea a or.. ON TIN OR IRON ROOFS ttisrM oolor l 'oknowladired ths IWf paint In t ham kat for durability. It baa bnary body, hnt la ally applied; einanda by beat, contracts by cold, la alow (1 rler and ner cinrk nor rol... One ooat ICeqqnl to i of any other paint Hnlldlnira covered with tar-telt 0 n be ma' la water-tltht at a amali eipsnes and pis- horred for years. NEW noors. Mill, fotindHfli, fftotorioi ind dwaWnn a p4a1tt Vaturtali. rn-i ftVf f r n tiw ntfpp or flat Koof of Ollnfr it..t.t.mm ..n-tintf nnmt hnt, ahnut half the orlpft of ro nh'rwlintT. For Irivnt boniw, harm and nullrti? w of .11 HninMnns it. 1 isrsniwn it n nnuninHrr'oi ni in ttm world for oniiTnfftnr.e In luinK, and comblno tho s.sdNiiis'n umiPiirnncn. rfHrnftm'". nn ar.nrJOi otian- Ilea of tn, nnt-thirrt tho coil, nnoii laia oy contract unaer mtarati wo. NO TAR OR GRAVEL USED. How ti aava re-hlna-Hna- 'or 'ek f ff-ctnalty and cheaply in rt-ora 01 an ki iov a nn'p1 any one scnllng where tney saw iui In-iluy ! Nw York Slate Roofing Co. Limited, 7Odar Street, New York. Avntt Wnnlri. iyu .IIONT'I and traBllnKeipenapld Q L w'l for Mi!ei(-n. N.i pfflfllera wanted. Aridr:a, MOHtTOB MaNllp n un., uiiioiimaii, umo a fltf?TtT,VFl nan ha made wlthont ooat or rlak i romhlnallr.n formlne-. Vartlonlara fr-e. Annreea .1. K. BITHOirs, Manager, Bawllna Oltr, Wyoming. ,aa-e book trr to is notioe. W rlts nfiCPJTC I Onr larsw life-like Hpl V HUCI1 I O lf th. l'rr-1 l.-nMnl I an MARK 1 rapld'y. Send for circular. N. V. K: (18 a DAT' in c ...:. Wail st.,iioi :vi:mu I'nfrrnvlpira Id flips aHI K3Rre, Pi Y bimple and inexpensive as it is, Gi.n.NN'B BtTLPQcn Hoap is a most tflUient romcrty for certain obnoxious diseases, to bc- cureii of which those afllinted with thorn of ton spcud thunsauds of dollars to no pnrpese. Depot. Crittonton's, No. 7 Sixth avenue., N. Y. Hill s Instantaneous Hair Dye ih tne bert aud safest. We pledge our reputation on the as set tion" that anv educated physician, sfttr a cure fill examination of tho reci; p, v.ill say that rarionf J'urgatwe Ftut iiosi-cts mere merit tbau any otlii-r pill cow offered tor sale. OPIUM! AGENTS i once to J. II It I Li K . opium ntnlrt. Of Rcrlhn ratii. $250 and itlorphrne UnbU abaolatA'r od -He(lll cared. la n eat: no onhhottT. AHtin amn tot rar'.onmrs. IT. tun, 1ST waphlnpnn Kt., rjhlcKrti 111 If on wtnt th hpa !! nir nrMp Inthd wnrl I ao1 a nlld i-oln rnt'"'1 Mwr watcn. trno oi enst, write at J. Hill OR A CO.. Ifi't Bmadvra?. N. Y. witn It yirI niAri trin, U. a 4 B-.-.o.,Nf.wVnrk (Jh'n- HABIT OtIRKD AT hOMR No pnlillclty. Time ahort Terma moderate. 1.IHM teallrao Dr. F. K. MAHBH, Qulncy, Mich. A rtftMTll Aa-nnTs wanted e-ry. where. Iln.nea honorable anit Mral. claaa. Psrtloulflra eot froe. Adrlrna WORTH OD., Rl. Ijonla, Mo. tin-true, free rlt 1 Ihe Hum J'irnl. K'J.AO a rear. aple ot our ,iv nnn paper, r-t-nja to Hnent,ero., I tl Edward Bayer, Eq. , of Hoi ton, Kings Co , N. H., wiiles that au SHtonishitig cure has boeu t ffeuteu ou tits clauiiter by tne nse ot hihnton't Anotlyne Linimmt. Tbe wholo spine became uiscased, sue 10.1c tlieuoo or licr limbs, and hr bick as rnnudo'l up like a tow, in co;ir cq'irnce cf taking culd aner hnving beer. inoculated lor me mue poci. one 14 now well. ITOIIK own Llk . f-aa In nil colore, to ahow onT worlt painlel 0:1 0 taa, o.aTH, from a pMoloaraph ot i Hi, mi A nam Ota. b. T. Lll I' t li. Mill Vlllaiee, Trio oonnty. Pa. 1FN t TAN 1.4 Sltl.lTAH V A'IIO!V, 4'li:--ter, Pi-mi.. Konpuna September 1:1. Tlioronsii luatmcllon In Olrllan.t Mining KriKlnaerlnic Ihe 01a-;MCi, and F'istt?h Mrinrbf-a. For Olrcuiara aimly'o UCL. Tltro. H V A 11, 1 roa. . r. . A. TOBACCO USERS NIC-IN-NOC with thnlr Tnhnppft. Frev-nts Vi'imon, DizziNfs, KAiNTNf Rfl. Nehvc r B'wKss. whhnnt linpalrtni? It Sn.t h- Inn. 1 1 ;m fori Ine and Trw nnl'tz'na pfwr. Trl i)rt,it1t by mat) w'-ic. K. S I'F.AKNS, DttifrKiftt, Detroit, Mlib. Hii V Fili I I sa AO Trnnt.nnt-4-iif rurdtw. contaltilnff a ncpne when bold to ttta kit-lit (5 No oihorctrri ontflt Card ri artnterhaatbBeamft. A(rntawant(d brlotsr, Iyick Box lJ, Ashtand, Mant ItpvCHOMAWCY, or Soul CtiarmlKs;.' i UuW til tier 'X mny lnncitinle uinl Kii. tlm luv nxtl ttacilon ot nv mi.i. tltt-y rlnmm-, ttiil iitl - tiln .-.it a'l ca irosweei, frfe.tiT mall. T- r-nt: incft Vr with ft I-ov'ii ial Y mn nrarlV. Dreams. Mini to I,all. ", c 1,H),0 OvH A Mant who are suffering from tba effects of tha warir weather and are debilitated, ara advised by phyulctunt. in tk moderate amoaots of whisky two or three time durlog the day. In a little while those who adopt thic advice frequently Increase the Dumber of " drinks," aori In time become oonflrmed tnebrlatea. A bererage willed will not create thirst for latoiicatlug liquors, and whlcL Is 1 attend tsd espe:lal'y for the benefit of dubllltnted acrfinafi, whether at home or abroad, In Dr. Scbenck't Sea Vttd Touto. Containlug tho juices of mauy meril- herbj, tills pieparxktlon dors not create an appetite i'tlio tutoitctitiug cup. The nourleblnx and life-sup F or Hut; properties of many valuable natnral productions oo'itttlned lu It and well known to medical men have a most atveogtheutug influence. A single bottle of tbe uulo Hill d?a.OQtr.itii Its valuable qualities, for uhlllty arising from tilckneBF, over exertioa or from an; :iti?e whatever, a wtuglaasaful of Sea Weed Tonic taken i'.r wiiili will strpnglhn the stomach and create nn Pimli'e for vtholosonte food. To oil who are about lea i'l t r tb(4r h.mai, ..e ('e-dre t3 say that the excellent effects of lr. iScbo lck'a feaeonable remedies. Sea Weed oulo ar.d IMandn'ka Pills, are particularly evident wbm tuken by those wbo are Injarlunsly affected by e change of water and dint. No person should leave borne w.ihuut taking a nupi.ly of these safeguards alonfr. t or sale by all DrugKtsia. T, 'l, l-r. duvp.nr'. IllnMmteil rs' -t r,iv it t'bri'iim, -.moti, nJ Dt-wuiiui rn-iurj inl "I n-'li-.l Tiint.wntiier iti'i PriitW lit! O- A B 0 OK for the MILLION. MEDICAL ADVICE .WBI&'Si'r Catarrh, Kupturc. Up.uin iiubit, &c.,SLNr t KKh on r. ecu ..i craiM.r. A. !.)-(;- Bought a Fiddle. Origin of the Chinese Queue. Tho history of tUo Chinoso queue iu told by the Rev. Julius Doolittle, a m:a- sioiiiiry iu Cama, as follows: ino lirst urpjMTor of the prwent J.yDatty, who bog.iu to rnign iu 1611, having usurped the throne, drterariuwl to uake the tou sure of Manchuria, his native country, the token of submission of tho Chinese to Lis authority. He ordered them to uhave all the head except tbe crowu, aud allowiug tho hair on that part to grow long, aud to dresa it according to the custom of Manchuria. The Chiiwae had been accustomed, under other ua- tivo emperora, to wear long hair ovtr the rhole hen 1, nud to arrauge it iu a tuft or coil. The change was gradual, but liaally prevailed through the em pire. At rirst, thoso who shaved their heads and coulormed to tue laws re ceived, it is said, a present of a tael of silver, after a while ouly half a tael, and then only a tenth of a tael, and after ward only au egg finally even an egg waB not allowed. The law requiring the people to fchave tho head and braid tho (lutuo was not only rigidly enforced by the penalty of immediate death, but it became very inauifeKt that those who did not conform to the wishes of the dominant dynasty would never become succes-ful in a lawsuit against those who did conform, nor would they succeed at the literary examinations. A rngged man, having tho appearance cf au itinerant musiciau and carrying a riddle under his arm, entered the shop of a pork butcher and called for a sau Hago. When ho came to pay for it, how ever, he discovered that he had no money with him, and leaving his liddlc as a pledgo, hurried away to obtain p.omo. Eardly had ho left than a well-to-do rtrauger entered the shop to make some inquiries as to his way. Ho per ceives the liddle ou the counter, looks at it, takes it np and cries excitedly: " Why, it in a genuine Btrailivai'ius 1 I will give you fivo hundred francs for it!" " I can't sell it," replied the pork butcher; "it does not belong to ne, but has been left here for a few moments by the owner. " I'll give yon one thousand francs. Same reply. Tho stranger slowly and reluctantly lays down the piecious in strtimeut, gives the pork butcher his card, aud saying that he will be found at the Grand Hotel and give one thousand f railed for the liddle if it is brought there, retires. Tho proprietor of the Stradivarius re turus, pays for his sausage, and is about to depart when the pork butcher offers to buy the riddle, offers him fifty francs one hundred one hundred and lilty This last tempting offer proves too much tor the poor iellow, end ho accepts it, Tho butcher pays the money, seizes the liddle, which the mendicant surrenders with tears, and hastens to the Grand Hotel, where he learns that no such per son ns the amateur who gave him that card is known. f AGENTS WANTED FOR THE GREAT Centennial history It mhIIk ifUMyr t tinn am oiuur bn.-U evnr DuhltuhHd. On Atftiut sold (it coplen In one day. Kefid for our oiIti ! nun to Attnls. NATIONAL llUUI.IBQINO UOMPAN1 ri-illadHlpmn, Ta. 0 I'ENTH and s r-oent stamp foroll Wtlltu Urlatul VMllnic Oarda I'rJutKC by a np pnicitaa. No nlc-r onea -vi FMttn. Pilca rmvMr nafore nain-n. Lars e-t v.u-1 ty evr abown. All o h-r Bla.li flnm.innrri ni?!v low. Circular.. .I-Cfit alamti. Inu niftit uaver befene effurwd to asents. Territory faat biilus taken. W. O. CANNON, Boi 271), Boaton, Slaaa. I Poranaantl'u! White Croat l eatnlopj la t.Amillui ruai-i baokfErounn, Tiie Karkets. KEW TORS, ai-nf 0il!o--rrf.: !, 'IirriKulloctil 0T) Vk .C't to UOO J'PI.-.LB 16X-9 Ma now I5 0i) viJlu s ;3 i in 1 15 81 IT li su 45 .Jills 04 13 ,S l.ivci...,. ........... Shix--,) I .cm-ii. -. ..... .... CoUoa-Midtll':;!; Fiour Kx-.r:. -Vt-Etori; H.atr s-.ra Wheat lied Mi-tn So. ii iiirl2.g Rye State.,.. Burley ststo , Birley Halt Oata Miicoil Wiwterii....,, C-iru Mlxc.l V,roctern Uty, per cwt I'traw, per cwl uopa 75'a 10 til eorx .ea. Mid F.'xh Mackeiel, No. 1, upw... ho. a, uo Dry Ood, per c-t UrrlBB. Scaled, per box.... Pttroloum Cn-.ao H-SlJJf Wool C'alitorDla l-lot-ce Texoi " Anatrallan " Bntter State 7,'oBteru Dairy Western Yellow..... Weetern Ordinary DhM-so State Factory ....... State Skimmed...... Western.. Kgffs Btatu tryrLO. Floar Wbtit o. i rii--ri'ifii Ooru lixeJl Oat..... . .. Hyt Barley FSILACELVPla. Beef Cattle Extra , Sbcep Hons DroLsed...... Flottr PonuaylT&uia Extra. ...... VTUeat Bed Woatern Rye Core Vc-liow...... ......... Mixed OafaMixed , Petroleum Crude IS 7B WATEBTOTK, UU, Heaf Oaitle Poor to Clioioe tlop ... Laiiiua, ........... .. . ( W9 (H.! 01 lA 0 ns i.-v. B 39 14 S ti 7". If) I 1 ' i 0i u Si 4 - la) 1 ro 87, t CO ti 75 (. CI .10 ii u17 no .7 81 IU 8 01 , e uo a b 7 . js i ai Be Seed, Hi 1 m la) LiT'i.W'i 7j Vt-J) KrS o-i dark baeliftroiitin, li EV afyl gV M KreD. Oolliolor.lUHIiiobM, audtbelioalonW.wk.y Olohi t!j&..!-ft2f 8S SB an ann lainllv atory napm. m GLENN'S STJXaPiiuii Soap eradicatt-s Am. Local Ikin Diprases; Permanently Bhautipim thb complbxion, prevk.nt9 and 1emb dies Hhedmatism and Qout, llKALS SORKS AND InJUUIES op tite Cuticle, and is a Reliable Disinfectant. This popular and Inexpensive reme dy accomplishes the same results as costly Sulphur Batiib, since it PERMANENTLY REMOVES ERUPTIONS and Irritations of tho SUin. Complexion!, iilemisiiici" are al ways obviati'd by its uc, and it ren ders the cuticle wondrously fair aud 8111'iotll. Sores, Sprains, TiunsF.s, Hcalou, Mums and Cuts are speedily healed by ii, snd it prevents and remedies liout mi l Uhentnatisin. lr removes Dandruff, Hlrenpllirns tin: ri')H of the Hair, and preserves it vnutliful color. Asa Disinfectant of Clothing and f.inen used in tlicsiek toom, and as a I'iiotixtion against Contagious Direaset it isunequuled. Physicians emphatically endorse it. PiticF.s, 25 and 50 Ck.nts per Cake, Per Box, (:i Cakes,) 60c and $1.20 M. B. There it economy In Imj lng thelargc cakes, PoM by U DruypliI". " Hill's Hair nn 1 '.Vhisher Iye," ll'aelv or lirovvn, ,"i!lc. C, S CElTiHVION. Propr. 7 Mi At. NT. how fMmX iTovrti htirh.m. to tidll bun. flow to hi,,. Uiti In full fl (tniatuitHren to H"p-pi m-in. St'nt hj mall for"J .1 I a lAthil X dfl.CBICAOO. ItaL. mMMMB Afcrr nn ntfncK nf nnrp vnU nrwonn are HaMe to many Hl in-y di wlilt h iMrt not BfTet-t t ,vm neiore. i onr o -c or i i in '- i'"' .-. our bowcU rt Kliir. 1 nia cun dh nesi aoue ij unu Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient. It olfansef without w-aki nlnr, tn9 ertpbllnn tbe lk man to r-aln hl fetrfnuin. Atk your yhBtt-UD,and be will racouimwua n nee. SfM.D HY ATJjPRJ TOO ISTS. "DHEaUALED OFFER. ji. atQMITB AJUMVXIViOX MiRE. ?iP&&V l itf. i K-ni tor thrut luonthn. Chronif- n id papers inallfd prunptli Tun hrnit offer out. AddrfSf GIHiPUUCO.. 2JIH VfabluKlm St.aiuBton.M w FARMING LANDS Tbe h.nt d chai't in market, on the line of tii Union I'cikic Kailroad, In Kaeura N-br. ana, fm h -le on iunif tljiud low ,a6of lnteieu fef n ti titMiip UU.V, Kntl lnforuiaMon about lanne, price, et v ; lilno ne descrlptivt panip:il:t. tifw oomlwr oi ;i tr hu: f:ee to ail appH ao'f. Add'e ' . . Davis. land C-irarrl'iHr,er, U. I. K. KOnui!, Ntb. N. F. BUlxNHAM'S 1S74 Tnr.in WATER WHEEL Ilaa lii-lui ril nana e'. uf ottiei Taiblnea, but lliia lil-vr lion ll t'll ltNllnt'-l. r.it.vbli.t frea. N F UURNHA.M, VOBK, 1'A I 0 E 0Al-.; ?3 .8" S 3 a .V kLi V w ? J? S .(, V"V".. 5 vV 1- t-r! s u CJ 8 o g o is3 H 3l : 21 IS 15 OS on UH 4 19 i 58 S 23 0 fl 8o 53 IS C9 1,5 (:8 IS 5 It I It (0 81 7J '.5 I 1 11 4 6' as 70 oi m 15 1 10 5 I ti nt IH is i ; ReBuod, 1 75 1 (0 8 00 m t ttx 110 00 Savage Bee-. A donkey, tethered within a short distance of two beehives, at Abindon, England, waa recently attacked and killed by thern. Thin is the seooud year the same hives have lecome aggroAHivo after their harvest of honny has been taken from them at a time of year when little or no honey can be got from flow ers. Exasperated through starvation, they invaded private houses, marauded the town half a mile distant, and made an inroad on the sugar in a grocer's shop. They not only killed the donkey, bnt attacked several ponioa and passen gers on the road. A Malay Female, L. Maria Child says, in a letter to th woman 8 Journal : D oityyedrs ago met iu a stace an elderly man, the thumb of whoso right hand huug down as if suspended by a piece of thread, and some of the passengers inquired the cause. Ho replied : "A Malay woman cut the tendon with her saber." "A Malay woman I" they exclaimed. "How came yon to be fighting with a woman I" " I didn't know i-he was a woman, for they all dress alike there," said he. I was on board the Potompo when it was sent out to chastise the Malays for murdering the crew of a Salem vessel. Wa attacked Quallabattoo, one of their fortiUed towns, and killed some two hundred or more. Many of them were women, and I can tell yon the Malay women were as good lighters as the men." Painting. Alcohol was invented 950 years ago in Arabia, and was unt-l by la dies with a powder for painting their faces. Since that time it has been used mainly by gentlemen for painting their notes, aiid ivfl jn r. i-'.ila t'. bo cause they required no powder to tire tliem on. TIIOTO Onpytna; Affaats. Send for onr a am rata. A l-ju. Tnt Al'bl HN I ornxn CO., Aubnro, fi. Y WANTKD-Trarallne-Halaaman and fnrararv onuntv. Liberal Salary or eiramUaloa (lera MatiY Co ,St Lonla. OAWfa rII,XI ! j, rj-i. Naw maoblna. Stamp 7 inr uinai. circmaia r. rir i ti. nea uarorn. ra. CAMPAIGN P0RTKAITS i.w nii' HAYES, i TILDEN. BuDerb (Jraon L-ltuoarnt hn. inobi.a naitn aua .atiuiuu.tjbt-, For artlatU uoriialia oauuot n- tur. patwed. A tamp It vf either 'l( by mail, pont-puhi, fat M rniM. A (litre.- UONliNKMAL CllHOMU UU., 3 2 Ntsau birwet. New York. Mate) FOY'3 Corset Skirt Supporter Increases in Popularity every year, snd F ir HE M.TII, COM FORT and STYLE 1. ackn.n -ladg d 'I HE UKST AKTICLK el tba kiaj ar mad. For ! Iy all leadla? jn1 ban and r telltr. llLWaraofimitallnl and lAirlug. niea'.. iUNUPACTURKD KOLELT BT i'UV&UARNON, New Haven. Oonn. if -lrj M "3 : ,. B c .g 1 i s X3 g Too A d a -i.rt-'-a - o u .. Si 5 " a 0 a Cut Out Certificate Bolow and Return with S3.00. Plotareofnext PT? 'I?fJTTlTi, rJ'P Kbhdaix A Co., aent fita AT AViliatlJLI Jil A Bimluu. Ma-. OHIU.M IIBIT,an1 how I was Uar-A. Free for lamp. Iln. P. B BOWSKR, ixiganaport, Ind. fi.'t llll'HT PIIKP Oju Once. (lOl.LlNS A OU, Beat Obanoe Yet Wrlla 4 Ultnlon flaoa.n 1 . O d i a W.-sk Salary irnaranteed to male A female. Send Uf atamp lor olroulara. K. M. Bolne.luillanap'a.lml. $12 K theme. Arent wanted. Ontflt and termfc i 'dresa TKIJ K 4 (JO., A a so La. Maine. Profll ahle, Ple&aant wrk;hacdrndfnowemployrd, h nnd red more wan'ed. M. IS, J.OVELL. Ki'.&, Pa. ICPTTWA Tbe only tare remedy. Trial package JxO 1 Alia A l. BMi rilNiuaT, OleTeUnd, O. $R EO A advy at homo, bamp'ee worth Ml aaat O fretl. A OU., FortUnd, CUT CARDS A NO ( Alfl) KTOl K nf every deeortptl'irj. Printers n.H Stafionr inupUed. HAWLfrY MKYERS. ift 8;ate tSt . Rochester, N. Y. 100,000 ACRES WWnrui PAMDAIfiMI'i'-tor-.f wmii i mi V ii GK't. B. WRIGHT, MtaneapolU, Mian. TILnFN tutd M A YE ft. tC ttalla.k.. C... ..T. . ...... I,- .....t 1. ik Laifl UiAcwutaU u Atfcut. J. II. tUt- tyltlVi SONS, IMJb'lUN. A !ilt;-tli. A2du vautod, 3U beat c4k a arttoiTta lu me world. One earacle fre dd'ae .1 AY HHUNHtN, Uetrolt.Mloti. S36Qt tf WAT1H1E1. A f- fold. AddraaaA.O A Great Kanaatlon. Bamult rre to AuentM. Matter tban 0 IULTKH A (X., Ublcuo. A(ni. .. b.utcd. Twenty Bit 1 Monuted Obronoa for 1 . t aamplea bi mall, poat-pald, vUo. Oonxl. kajnal. OaBOMO Co., 41 Naaaan Btnet, Kaw Vork. FARMS AND HOMES IN THE HEAR'WEST." The l.rat rlifonrnt and nrorHt Farnifnn I-ande D' w tu tbe murket are the bi ui t.Hy A ht. Paul Kali roid Landn, lu rMH 1 II fc.il M I NN I fOTA and Mtit riilUN IOWA, Tbe. aie otfeied on the u oet iavoia'ne trtn at a low rte ot Int-iest, and lung time li dnnlrriil. Free rttllioa i t.re to purcbaaera. Write for iiriloulare It vot hot oue ont to wad tjk a pobtul card, with your a-irM, and y..u wUl receive, bj ruturn mall, ctcuUrti wi:h fnli lnfotmnUon. F. O. TAYI.OR, Land U .mm'Mlwer, 1S4 DoAit.,ru htrwl.i hlcifc , 111. COLLINS VOLTAIC PLASTERS. Ad Eleotro-GaWanlo Fatteiy eorablned ttb the Cele brated totdtcted Poroua Strengthening Pltuter, form' ing tbe best FLur-er for l alua and Aobea in the WVrld of .Medicine. ELECTRICITY Aa a grand curative and reatoratUe ngeut la not eqnalf-d by au element or mtdicine lu tbe hli or ot the healing art. Uulebe tt-e vitul bpartt hat limit b'tty, retto ra tion by means of eleculuitv is noBttib e. it is il.e iet n-surt of all pbyslctaus aud i-'irtfjons, and bs rescue-'. thousands, appaiently tie id, frni an untimely grave wben no otbor buumn ne ioy cuuid aw suuoreuea. Tble la tne ibaonug ourative tsieu.eut la mu i'it.ter. BALSAM and PINE. The heal taw prieril-a of our own fr tyrant balsumand ptue and tue nuian nt hi r-at i tut) vo l ku"u lo re quire d'-aciipit..n. '1 iir .riefu., Le ilnir. .-utlilitg. nod Si.ieuKtuenlnr prop rtta ttrokucwu t Latu-iiiUri. Wueu " 1 hiiitMi in co 'id .lice Mt'ii iuie aiid 1 -lipuruii'-t aie mi le lu ph&i Qikoy i n-ir ;.e 11 jk aut 6irj it fnijn prop- ctiesttrti 'U:e.d teu.ul i. Jn tins re peittiux rla er is tae bebt in ue mIluoui the aid oi ebutnctty. TVO Ifi ON. Thus combined we bave two grand medical agenta in one. fcMeh ot wutch urriurms iia tuuutl n and uuiUtdly proline more curea iban auy lluiuiaut, 1 tiuo, waitn. or piaster ever belore ouiiipv uiioed iu tue buwryui uea cuie. i ry one. rttica, vtMiB. Hold br all OmgiilMiB, nud meut on receipt I tea eeuie far wue, tfl.k.5 for sis. r Jl.K'i for twelve carefully wrapped m.mm warrant ed, by WfctKE, cV POTTKK. Froprleioro, Boaton, Mcum C-iH.5t: 0 s o awa 1j Pi-a u. filler HZ nsji.as 3 i S 1 si aa f a i v JSgiig. to oEsIll 0E?s2iSI mm 5 1 1 NTNU - 34 WKITINU TO AOFKHTiUE" test la IliU paper. vrriiEN 'I p.ea ut that yon aa. w taa adv"