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- p- t ' The Psh' Harem.. Tnndrr. . Mr Li7,io V. Chnmpoey wntM as follow! in tho Century MagatiMf for November: -v.. We had ht jugbt an interpreter, and knowing Hint European ladiea were goniptinies allowed to visit the harem of his eminence, we comminsioned onr man of worda to request this faVor, The pasha, a nandnoma, man of , ap parently sixty jenrn Of age, ' Stopped from an arched door-way, and, with many a flirt and flutter of his volumin ous muslin draperies, Fca'ed himself on the rug-oovered divan at tho upper end of the apartment. We rose and mado a salara respectfully, and Antonio, our courier, : made knoirn onr petition, adorning it with many flowers of his own ' imagination. The distinguished guests before him, ho informed "tho pasho, were of the LinheRt nobility of America, intimnto friends ( f Generals Grant and Wellington the onlv two Americans, doubth ss, with whose names the pasha was familiar. Our request was granted, and the lady friend of Washington was led away by a diminn'ivo Nubian in the direction of the poMglio. I entered a beautiful cov.rt, snrronnded by porticoes supported by antique pil lars dug from lioman ruins, and used iu the construction of this palace just as tho Cordovan Moors utilized the col nmns of tho Cigars in their mosqno. A fonnta'n occupied the center of the tile paved court, au old woman was praying devoutly upon a vug beside it, while from au alcove across tho court issued tho musical voices of the ladies of the pashu, Elegantly dressed in Eastern fashion, in purple, green and gold vests, brocade caftans and variegated scarfs, with silk haudker chiefs knotted about their Mack bmids, they were seated upon a raised divan and engaged in sifting cornmoal, which lay piled in golden drifts upon a sheet stretched across the floor. They received mo cordially, a slave bringing a European chair for me to sit upon. Our medium of conversation was a little broken Spanish and a copious use of the sign language. A beautiful little boy of three came and regarded me wonderingly. His head was shaved, with tho exception of a spot behind one ear, from which depended a single curl tho lock of youth of Egypt; to keep the equilibrium, two largo hoop earrings, adorned with single tur quoise, were inserted in the opposite ear. His name, thev told me, was Seliin. He received a coin with sub lime indifference, and continued his iuspeetion of tho stracge lady's cos tume. The pasha's harem consisted of ladies of varying age3. Here were wrinkled crones his matrimonial out fit at the beginning of his uxorious ca reer comfortable women in tho prime of life, devoted to smoke and sweet meats, and the odalisque of sixteen, already two years a wife. They pitied the lonely life in a "hareni of one," n& felt a strong sympathy for the poor American wives, with uo sister favorites to share their solitude and aid them about their household affairs. In this princely house, where there was food and finery enough for all, tho bevy of wives sot-mcd to live together with a merry good-fellowship, but we heard of poorer famines where tho state of affairs was not so paradisaical. On the occasion of a new addition to tho serag lio, the elder wives are stripped of their jewelry to bedeck the bride, and loud is the cry of lamentation Ba doura bewailing hc-r bangles, and Znmrond weeping for her ank lets. One of tho favorites took me by the bond and led me over the building to the pasha's own apartment, sumptuous with decorated ceiling and rich carpets, to their own plainer rooms and to the neglected garden, where my guide filled my hands with flowers from tho tangled bushes which had covered the walks, and where tho bees found tho honey with which they had tilled the hollow capitals of some carved col umns of the arcade. On bidding adieu to the ladies, they exerted themselves with one accoid to prevent my depart ure; the chair was brought forward, I was pushed toward it with gentle insist ence, and had quite to tear myself away. As I crossed the pavement, their inten tion was explained by the appearance of a small Nubian, who darted before me clashing together & pair of tiny coffee cups, decorated with a red and gold arabesque ornamentation, which gave them a resemblance to Kaga ware. A delicious odor of coffee aided tho ex planation; thoy wished me to remain and partake of refreshments. Not wish ing to keep the party in tho Hall of Judgment longer waiting, and hardly knowing whotuer it would be etiquette, as it would certainly not be kindness, to cat and drink in their presence dur ing their time of fasting, I declined their courtesy and took my leave. Panhlnn Notes. Eed crepe lisse and red Spanish lace are favorite materials for collars iu Paris at present. Brooches are now used to fasten not only skirt draperies and kerchiefs, but also the plaits with which elbow sleeves are trimmed. The fashionable combination of cream and dark red seems made especially for bright blondes, to whom it is marvel- ously becoming. Spiders and their webs form the do signs embroidered oa the flounces and waistcoats of some Paris gowns. Gold thread is the material usually em ployed for this work, but sometimes silk is used. Flannel petticoats are mado as nearly pretty as possible in London by the do vice of scalloping them around the lower edge, and basting a deep frilling of imitation Valenciennes lace under the scallops. Some English women have reversed the usual arrangement of material fol lowed in making gowns, and wear cashmere waists, with plush skirts; but there is nothing which an English woman will not do. Black velvet poke-bonnets are pret tily relieved by bright-colored linings (those of crimson or doe-colored satin being favorites), supplemented by a pair of narrower ones neatly tied above and matching the colored lining chosen for the interior of the bonnet itself, the bouillonne crown of which has gener ally a bow of the bright material placed upon one side. - One of the New York brides of the coming season will wear a gown unlike any in which an American bride has appeared for fifty years. Tho material is white satin, covered with carnations, roses and forget-me-nots outlined in gold and worked in color, and this is shaped into a petticoat and basque, with which a white satij) train is worn. The basque has a collar and border of gold, and the petticoat is slashed about the hem to show cascades of gold lace. "A haudsrirrie 'mantle for the fall is made Of lunar-dotted black stin. This wrap is shirred from shoulder to shoulder nd down- the middle of--the back. It-is trimmed with a narrow plaited drapery, fastened down at tegu lar intervals with line shirring. s It is fitted to tha waist by an insid belt. Tho '.side-piooee form groat sweeping sleeves. . Tho back-piece and sleeves are trimmed with three rows of quilled Spanish lace, and a full ruche of the samo encircles tho nock. A bolder of rich jet-bended passementerie is put on as a heading to tho lace quills. . HEALTH HINTS. Try popcorn for nausea. 1 Try cranberries for malaria. . Try a snnbalh for rheumatism. . Try gingor alo for stomach cramps. Try clam brotb' for a weak stomarh. Try cranberry poultioe for erysipelas Try eating fresh radishes and yeilow turnips for gravel. Try swallowing saliva when troubled with sour stomach. Try a wet towel to the back of the neck when sleepless. Try buttermilk for removal of frock es, tan and butternut stains. Try eating onions and horsoradish to relieve dropsical swellings. Try to cultivate an equable temper and don't borrow trouble ah?ad. Try hot dry flannel over tho seat of neural gio pain and renew frequently. Try taking your codliver oil in tomato catsup, if you want to make it palat able. Try breathing the fumes of turpentine or carbolic acid to relievo whooping cough. Try taking a nap in the afternoon if yon are going to bo out late iu tho evening. Try a cloth wrung out from cold water put about tho neck at night for sore throat. Dr. lote' Utnkh Monthly, Oriirin of Often-Used Phrases. "To tho victors belong tho spoils:" This phrase, as a political sentiment, was first enunciated by William L. Mwy, ex-goveruor of New York, a member of President Jackson's cabinet. "A government of the people, for the people and by the people." This famous expression, which has been quoted oftener perhaps than any other noteworthy sentence ever uttered, was first used by President Lincoln, in his memorable speech at Gettysburg, No vember l'J, 103. ' Tiato, thou reasonest well." From Addison's tragedy of "Cato." The lines showing the connection are as follows: ft must bp so. Tiato, thou roasnncst well; Klsi whence this pleasing hope, this fou.l de ems This longing after immortality ? Or whence this sacred dread and inward hor ror Of falling into naught ? Why shrinks the soul Hack on itsolt and startles at destruction ? 'Tis the divinity that stirs within us; 'Tis heaven itself that points out a hereafter, And intimates eternity to man. " Holy orders." A phrase iu use among members of the Church of Rome and Church of England, and denotes entrance into the order of priesthood. Holy orders are conferred by a solemn act of ordination by bishops and invest the iccipient with a sacred character distinctly apart from the laity." " Benefit of clergy." An expression referring to a former state of the law of England, where a clergyman had tho benefit of being exempted from prose ention for alleged crimes and offenses before any civil tribunal. In course of time some laymen who conla read claimed and were allowed the same privilege. "Benefit of clergy" was finally abolished in the reign of George IV. "Woolsack." A name given to the seat of the lord chancellor of England in the house of lords. It (the scat) consists of a large bag of wool covered with red cloth, but though fashioned like a seat is without back or arms. The woolsack is said to have had its origin iu the circumstance of wool being anciently a staple article of prod uce in England. " stationer." When books were mul tiplied bv the invention of printing, they were sold by booksellers at stalls stationed at the gates of universities aud other places ; henc9 booksellers became known as stationarn, or station ers, by which designation they have since become cuienv known. "Yankee Doodle." The name of an air adopted as a national tnue by the United States. Tho verses were com posed bv Dr. Shaekburg, a physician in tho British armv in America about 1735, and palmed off by him as a cele brated air cn a botiv of American militia. " Charity covers a multitndo of sins." A perverted declaration of t. i'eter, whose words, as he was exhorting the Christians scattered throughout Asia Minor to a good and gracious life, were: ''And, above all things, naveicr vi-nt charity for rather love, 'agapns'l among yourselves ; for charity will cover the multitude of sins." "Tenderfoot." The very appropti ate term used on tho frontier to do scribe any one inexperienced in the ways of the country one who has never been " out West " before. " Newspaper." Tho origin of the werd "newspaper" is not, as many suppose, from the fact of its containing new things ; but in a former time (1705 to 1S30) it wa customary to put over tho periodical publications of the day the initial letters of the compass N. E. W. S., to show that the journal had information from all quarters of the globe, north, east, west and south. Hence the use of the word "news" before all papers of general in forma tion. How Much a Cow Eat. A cow is not inclined to gluttony Usually when the appetite is satisfied a cow will stop eating. Any cow s appe tite may be gauged in this way: Give her all the feed she will eat and have left. Weigh what is given to her and notice what is consumed. Then make the ration three-fourths of the quantity eaten. No animal, not even a man, should have all it can eat, and the sur plus above what is necessary is iniun ous, and produces disease. Generally more harm is done by over-eating than by starving. The staple ration for cow is fifteen pounds of hay and five pound of ueaL, or the equivalent in other food. As grass or green fodder contains seventy-live per cent, more water than hay, four times as much gross or green fodder should be give"n in plaoo of hay; that is, sixty pounds with the meal. Borne cows will proba bly require more and very few less than this quantity. The vast region of Siberia has a popu lation oi only i,3eo,uuu iouis. - SCIENTIFIC NOTES. PhostihornH was accidentally discov ered in 1069, by Brsst, while engaged in the process of transmutation. On account of its scarcity it was first sold or its weight in gold. Some fine carvincs in ivory disoovered atNinevah, and showing signs of crumb ling on arriving in England, Professor Owen concluded tho decay to bo caused by loes of albumen in the ivory na therefore boiled the articles in a solu tion of albumen. Tho experiment was a success and tho ivory becamo as firm and solid an when first entombed. It is found that 2,082 cubic feet of fresh air per head must bo supplied everj hour, so to dilute tho products of respiration from the healthy human body as to keep tho air always pure and fresh to a degree of wholesomo- nes. In mines, to keep up the physi cal health of tho laborers, it has been determined that 0.000 feet are requisite per hour. Tho earliest attempt to obtain light by incandescence in a vacuum was mado by King, in 1843, who applied con tinuous metallic and carbou conductors, and heated them by the electric current in a Torricellian vacuum, lie was fol lowed in 1848 by Staito, who used an iridium, or an iridium and platinum wire, aud enveloped tho holder in glass rr some other non-conductor. In 1872 Konn employed graphite and rendered incandescent in an atmosphere of nitrogen, in which there was no wasting away of tho carbon. Tho samo prin ciples have been followed, but with greater promise of success, in tho more recent attempts of Edison, Maxim nnd Swan at producing illumination by means of incandescence. Some recent experiments by Herr Stcbler show that the views held by some botanists that light has no direct effect on germination must bo modi fied, no finds that the germina tion of certain agricultural grasses, such as meadow gr.iss, is much more favored by light than by heat. An experiment made with two groups, of 400 seeds each, showed that there germinated sixty-two per ceut. iu light and three per ceut. in darkness. Similar results were mado with some other grass, showing fifty-nine per cent, germinating in light and seven per cent, iu darfcness. Sunlight being a very variable force, experiments were further made with gaslight, and with the samo result, viz., that light favors the germi nation of certain seeds, especially grass, and that these germinate either not at all, or very scantily, m darkness. The fact was verified by Herr Stcbler in a whole series of seeds. In the case of seeds that germinate quickly and early, such as clover, beans or peas, Herr Stcbler thinks that light is probably Dot advantageous. Threatened Famine in Asia Minor. Asia Minor is threatened with a repe tition of the terrible famine of 1873-4. Locusts, drought, depopulation, mis government, have wrought their effects. This year's crops have almost universally failed. Tbo district of Angora again ap pears to have suffered the most severely, and the unfortunate inhabitants are al ready beginning to emigrate on masse in search of food, lest winter snows and swollen streams should cut off their communication with the outer world, and they should again find themselves pent up in their mountain liomes, with out a chance cf ef cape, and reduced to the same fearful night which seven years ago caused fathers aud mothers to sell their children for a nanuiui oi corn. The government is, of course, too much engrossed with Egyptian intrigues to take any useful measures against the impending calamity. All that has been done hitherto is to suspend tho export of grain from tho famine districts. As the population is too poor to buy, the merchants avo ol.igcd to sell at mock prices to tho authorities, who lookup tho grain iu the government storehouses until they find some opportunity of driving a good bargain. It ii au ill wind which blows nobody luck, aud a famine is not without its redeeming points in tho eyes of Inrkish function aries. Pall Mall Gasette. Perfumery in Ancient Egypt. The consumption of essences must Lave been enormous at the highest tide of Egyptian splendor, for the people were actually enjoined to pertume them selves ou Fridays ; corpses were anointed with aromatic essences ; ther- bets and sweetmeats were flavored with fiuo vegetable extracts ; perfumes filled the air in every well-to-do house, and saturated the letters and presents which were constantly being exchanged. The ladies bathed in perfumed water, the men used scented oils for the hair, and both made use of red, yellow and green soap. During great festivals incense was burned in all the streets, so that even tho poorest might bo regaled by tho mere act of breathing. Nor was there auy lack of narcotics. The modo of preparing opium, introduced from Syoot, in Upper Egypt, was well known, and the bultan Beybars pro mulgated several edicts prohibiting the usa of hasheesh, a stupefying and in toxicating preparation of Indian hemp, In spito of the prophet's prohibition, the juico of the grape continued to be indulged in. Alcohol (as its name in d'eites) is an Arab discovery, and beer the favorite beverage of the ancient Egyptians was also brewed and drank under the caliphs. Many a jovial song in praise of wino was sung bv Arab poets, and iu early times many Arabs would by no means admit that the propnet naa loroiaaen its use. In an old His. copy oi ina alibi it is said: "The prophet may God bless him aud accept him per mitted wine, and mercifully allows us to strengthen ourselves with it at our meals, and to lift the veil of our cares and sorrows." Tho World's Letters. Some recently compiled statistics show that the total number of letters sent by mail in all parts of the world in 1865 was 2,HOO,00(),000. In 1877 the number was increased to 4,020,000,000, an average of 11,000,000 a day, or 127 each second. Of these Europe con tribhted 3,U3l5,UOU,OOU, America 700, 000,000, Asia 150,000,000, Africa 25, 000,000, and Australia 50,000,000. If tho present estimate of the world's population (1,400,000,000), is correct the number of letters sent in 1877 by mail to easa person in the world, wt three. By contracting a severe cough and oold, I was oompcllel to giva up my daily work and koep to the house. A neighbor recommended me to try a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, It wm procured and used to try astonishment relief wMinaUntaneoos. -'..-" i Epw. W. Cwrros, Wtrerly, Md .Thanksgiving Day. , . . Thanksgiving d was instituted by the "Pilgrim Fathers " at Plymouth, as a aay lor devout pubho services oi prayer and thanksgiving for the bounti ful crops gathered at their first harvest in 1621. They had landed on the bleak shores of Plymouth bay in the Decem ber previous, and had passed a winter of extraordinary suffering. In poverty, in a strange land, homeless, friendless, except that One cared for them, they struggled manfully through that first terrible winter, and when spring smiled upon them, trusting in God, they put their first seed into tho ground. Most of this seed was Indian oorn, which they discovered buried in the sand enough to plant twenty notes; nnd when the summer was over they found that God had abundantly re warded tho first labor of their hands. After they had finished the work of the harvest, and tho hunters had secured a large supply of wild fowl and doer for the feast, these sober, God-fearing men, with their wives and little ones, gath ered to give thanks for and rejoice in the fruit of their labors. Thus, in the expression of gratitude to God, and in the exercise of kindness and hospitality, A as passed the first Thanksgiving day the harvest-festival of New England. Occasional days of thanksgiving were held from then until 1680, when it was made the annual custom in Massachu setts, and early becamo the most prom inent holiday in New England. It was occasionally observed in tho other colo nies, at different seasons, and for various reasons, as for the safe arrival of ships after a dangerous voyage, or for victory over the Indians. Thanksaivins day was a national iuo;fj- ii.ak.nt tho Revolutionary wur ; but there was no national appointment after the gen eral tiianksgiving for peace in 184, until President Washington recom mended one in 1780, for the adoption of the constitution. There was also an official appointment for national thanks giving in 1705 for the suppression of au insurrection, and in 1815 for the successful termination of the war with Great Britain. .- But the day did not become ono of annual national observance until near the close of the war, when President .Lincoln issued proclamations for days of special thanksgiving for victories, and recommended the annual observ ance of the day. Exchange. Courtship nt n Long Ilangr. A comical matter has been made pub lic in Montreal by some legal proceed ings. A retired major of the British army had four daughters who moved in good society in that citv. They all en tered into correspondence with a re tired clergyman of London, whose mind was somewhat enfeobled, but who en joyed an incomo of $15,000. The let ters became sentimental all round, and at length the man proposed marriage. But which of tho four should he taken He had never seen any of them, and it was arranged that each of them should send a photograph to guide him in his choice. Now, tho oldest was a widow of forty-five, and therefore the younger and prettier ones were astounded when tho decision was promptly announced that their sister was to be the bride. The truth was that she had employed an artist to remove the hard lines and otherwiso beautify tho picture. But this trick did not help her. When she went to liondou and presented herself to the clergyman he could see no like ness between her aud the fraudulent portrait, aud refused to marry her. He ("ilVO her Sf..ftOO, liowoww, onit oliA want home. But she docs not consider that sum a sufficient compensation, and has sued for damages. Mr E. rurc-11, of No. 11 Ann street, Jsew York, used St. Jacobs Oil for rhetinia tieiu with entire relief, writts a New York journal. Richmond (Va.) Christian Advo- 1' cate. "Do you think there is any danger in my going to uiannvinei as&ea Brown; "they have the smallpox there, they say." " As I never knew you to refrain from tamng anything wuniu your reach," replied Fogg, "I think vou had better keep away irom uianK- villo." It would be supposed from its popularity that only one substance is known to the world for the relief of rheumatism, nnd th:it is St. Jacobs Oil.--St. Louis (Mo.) Pitpatch. , American deer, both male and female, shed their horns every year from the latter part of January to ubout the 15th of February only. TilE MAUKEl'S. SEW YORK. Href Cattlo -Sled. Xat live wt Calvm flood to Prime VeaU. Bliecj) l.auila lloge Live DrodHcd. citv 1 t Vi 6 di it' 6 M 8 a Flour Ex. State, (,'oorl to fancy 5 55 (t 8 25 Wetrni, pioil to choice 6 111 ($ 9 Ot) Whoat-No. 2 lied 1 io'i 1 42 No. 1 White 1 :W (i 1 4) live Prime titato 1 00 (C 1 01 liailov Tvo-rovi'l State Ol) ('4 00 Corn l'ii(;radeilVcatfiruliixeil Hi Wt Smitlioni ullow TiY.'id ii Oats White Siato 51 U5 53 aiixo.1 western (5 Ilav Primo Timothy 1 Oo &S 1 10 Straw No. 1, l!vt tc) Cj 85 Horw State. IsSI 22 di 3D Pork 5K!W. new. lor export. ..17 75 feil3 00 Lard City Steam 1 1 M Gill 21 llciiixxi ii to u w . LIIUUUU. 1 t ..... ' ltctmed Butter State Creamery Dairy Wcnfcrn I in. Creamery Faetorv Cheese State Factory I3 H.J 2J 21 11 '$ 8 (til W 66 (i di a ('6 30 '28 17 Mams ... Went em . 1V4 Escrs State and Perm 27 Poutoea-Early ltose.Statc.bbl 2 50 US 2 50 UUKFAI.O. Steera-Extra 6 00 Ci 6 40 Lambs Western 5 25 4 5 75 Sheep-Western 4 50 (i 4 bO Horn. Good to Choice Yorkera. . C IK) C4 6 21 Flour C'vOround, No. 1 Spring 6 75 7 25 Wheat-N'o.l.Hardl)ulutIi.... 150 (ij 150 Com No. 2 Mixed 65'!$ Oats-No. 2 Mix. Went 40 (4 50 Parley Two-rowod State U0 tj) UO BOSTON. Serf Extra tilato and family. .14 50 15 00 Hogs Live 7 a 1 iioirs i;ity iircssea ay.'ai Pork Extra Prime per bbl....l6 50 (317 00 Floiu- Sprint! Wheat Patenta. . 8 50 (to 9 25 Corn Mixed aud Vellow , 72 ft4 75 OaU-Extra White 55 57 live State 1 15 0 1 15 W ool Washed Comb 4 Delaine 45 di 40 t'nwaohed " " 81 di 82 WATKBTOWS (MAa.l CATTLX HARKKT. Beef Extra oualitv 6 tili 7 25 IJinibg 4.V 6)4 J togs, Jortuorn Bt4J PHlLArjKLl'UlA. Flour Pcnn. Ex. FamUy, good 6 57Vir3 C 57VJ Wheat-No. 2 lied 1 80 J 1 4!1 nye--Biaie , j oo (ta l vv Corn rBtato Yellow, 71 oata Mixed Butter Creamery iixtra l'a.. .. Cheese New York l ull Cream. 60 it 87 (s uo 88 14 retroieuni urude . . Helmed - T.a ! Kr Their !." Ther cnr4 au of aril a. bUfonroera and kidney oomvMki. m recommended. I had a half bottle left which I used for my two little girls, whom the doctors and neighbors mid could not be oared. I am confident I should have lost both of thorn one night If I had Dot had the nop Bitters in my honae to use. I found they did thorn so much good I continued with thorn and they are now woU. That is why I say yon do not know half the value of Hop Bitters, and do not recommend them highly enough. A, Rochester, If, Y. Tihhos don't turn tip in this world until lomebody turns them un. Unit tinveriv which nrodne.es tho (rrentost 1hvamIv n n rl I)tl-f... illtin.a nnt nf thn nurse hut of tho Mood. llc'iirivod nf Us richness it beoomoa aeant and watery, a condmon tormoil anemia in meiucai rriiiuK (liven this oondition.and scrofulous ewelliima nn 1 Bores, general and nerrous do- tiili'y, lm of flegli and appetite, wcaK lunga, throat disease, e pitting of blood and consump tion, are nuion.t tho common results. If you arn a sn flVrer from thin, poor blood employ Hi- Pinren's (Jo den Medical Discovery," which enriches tho blood and cures these f?raye affro- tion. Is moro mitntivo man con nver on, mi I is hnrnilc bj in any condition of the system, yet powerful to cure. By dmggisls. Act well at tho moment, and you have per formed a good action to nil eternity. Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets a'e simnr-eoatcd and inclosea in Ria-s nniries, their virtues Ix-ing tliercDy prc'tveu mum nni o.1 fur inv letwtti o. li'mc. In nnv cliiun'o, n that tlicv aro nlwuvs fresh and reliable. No cheap wooden or pastoboard boxea. By drug gists. . W'na would venture on the Journey of life, if compelled to begin it at the end I As a tonic and nervine for dohilitntod women n.'toni Biirna-Hos J)r. 1'iorcea ravonto rre- Ber.ption. liy druggists. Do vonr acts of kindness before yon sleep. because when yon awaken it may do to into. A TAinY AfLOAT The following description of tho fairy vessel represented on this page is from the Uinciunau Commercial : 1 ho. hull is ol the finest selected white oak, braced, bolted and riveted in the most skillful and work manlike manner, and is 64 feet iu length 11 loot breadth of beam, lect depth ol hold, and draws twenty inches of water. She carries a tubular boilcr.nndtwo beauti ful little engines, made expressly for her, by the Ohio Machine Co., Middleport, O. llic dining-room is situated between the boiler and engine rooms, nnd is artistically grained, with frescoed ceiling. It is fur nished in the Queen Anne style, and the silver, china and table linen are of the finest character. Tho pilot-house, cabin, main talon aud Captain's office ore on the saloon deck and are luxurious in their furnishing nnd decorations. llio saloon proper is frescoed nnd uildcd in Enstluke style, and the flooring is tovcrcd tvilh Turkish carpet The furniture, in raw 6ilk nnd walnut, ol the Queen Anne pattern, like that of the. dining-hnll, nnd rich curtains of damask complete the impression ol a veritable lloat ing palace. The four state-rooms, contain ing two berths each, nre also carpeted witn Brussels and handsomely furnished, lhe boat belongs to and tvaa built under the directions of Messrs A. Vogclcr & Co., Laltimore, Md., for their ownexclusiveu.se upon the Ohio, Mississippi and other 'West ern rivers, and is run by a picked crew of officers nnd men iu their employ. The object of this littlo steamer is to carry neither freight nor passengers. Pho was built for the firm above named, to bo used exclusively by them for distributing their printed matter in the river towns lor St. Jacobs Oil, tho Great German Remedy for Theumatism nnd other painful ailments. smc- 16 smma ma mttfaptddv rf mil n u r nu i u u l And WMesals Depot, 465 FULTON ST., BROOKLYN. Important to the Invalid of America, 'lhe MOST HAUVI-.MMH JtMIU,l in th vVoiiT.l i the "WUJSOMA" iUA;ETlU ;. ic. in: nts. They cure EVERY FORM OF P1SEAHE known to man, without medivlue, changes of diet, or one ti na tion. li'JU.OOi) I'EUSONH, ouco IiKLl'LEM INVA LIDS, nre now n joicinfi iu tho u1owbiuj;s of liE BIOKKD HEALTH. AU cheeks and pontoflRei orders for " WTTjROXTA " auit must be made oavablo to WM. W lLSOJi, '103 ITLTON ST., I1KOOKIAN. htiid tor circulars, price list an J other memoranda Teardiiui lhe "W1LSUMA." We. vi' f nmi t he lint ot thousands of " WILSONIA" patient" the totiowin jii.ntir a i a ii vr, nr.ri'.iiriAi.i'-.s: lion, llnrittio Sevmmir. I'tica. X. Y Hon. Petr Cooler. Hon. Thurlow Weed. Commolore C. K. Gar rir.nn, 1 ein ml S. trMham, Judpe Levi Prsons, of iv l . my; J. it. lion tmenmani ), opmce m., n. i .; D. V. 1'airwcAthc-r, (merchant). Spniee Ht.( N. V.: E. H. Stiuifon (merchant), Hprucc Ht., N. Y.: Thom.w IhiH. 1M4 Clinton Ave., lirooklyii; Colonel liayard Clark, M E. 4Mh t.,N.Y.; Hon. John Mitchell (treaa- :vr), Uronkl u: Mr. K. ltolili.asft ychotl st.,li klvn. JVOpOLLAR S . A NEW DEPAETUEE ron DEMORESTS Illustrated Monthly MAGAZINE. The Largest in rorm, the Largest irt Circulation And the hect In event hint that mafcen a mnrazlne dtMirahl.--. Ik-morcht'tt M.inthlv Mutaine i rxcuU a pruntl coml'iuation of the cntortiiiiiinf, the usctnl aim DcAUUiMi, wiin RiorifN. ciii, ihciu, i.v.-'iihiiih, iHiiiilv m.iitci-s, art rniin iov iy ou l'lciures, kti-t 1 1 ti l ' r.i i ii k. ami ol Iter art ft ittuicH. K,'iwt T'i'ii v 4!ntrt lur fi HKi'iiiii-ti 1'fiitv. or nlv. seribti feix xnontUti ou trial, lor ONK DOU.Alt. TWO DOLLARS A YEAR. TkM I. ua nuhlicl lull .d iliran nr fin pivwl in tli. w.irM. i or clroiil.ir of ruU partl.'il:in. ililres W. JKNMNiiS l)KMOItVT. 17 Knl 1 lib Sirori, New Yolk. tP"Voltimo 18 eomraeneea wltLKnvmuor, 1881. ESS WELL BORIKG, AnrraiiN wm iltlLUKO k UlN I tiui. mooter ! ISO UAI uid how to tu, to folly ll!tutrtl, IJ1um1 b4 bU foom mtrsdrd in 41 Amoriott Airaltviit, " how. No., u:t, pf u ad1orll. piUU,loMi rp'tt-U, Muiked bjrutn.horMorilUB rowr. Keeitr4 lr Uituttri In everr ouunly, UooJ bailotM foi Uiuisi or Humatr u4 very profitable. Ukkva well to Mith 01 rock ftahr, W wnt li Darnel of m a tLttt dm4 r-na lump (ur uitu-Ma wlfl llat nd Itnoi tm imti. f I::; Well Iiawtcr Co., 23 Sen SLitot, Vcw Ttk, V. 11 If yon enjoy laugh heart o Then rtiad our HcifcNcKm bronxs Ot Sanuny Tuhbai)d hit SjKiiiHie, The lius Doctor k Trick Monkey; The author, K. B. Foole, Ki. D, Uliutnritd ouiitenla free. But if yon 're fotM of InU o' fun. Ygi.m nuylae I'ultopitcon t Z:;,Vor Matic Lantt-riut are out di ThePolv. ia -0- . ' '"rv mjmn iw uiouuiuuw vMiTtuTy nu.i.i'ru.co Boi3, New York City. (Oil ixiriiayathosM. Bamplesworth SAfraa, 99X0 9UlUnMillxuwoa 400'urUaud.kUlna, 15. A''3 mm The renutation. originally goed, of many proprietary articles. Is in some instenoea dam aged oy Ilia mini CKiotjivua wi u vubihbs fnllina. flambovant advertising. The public. soon beoomea "disgusted with an article con- corning which statements are mnae wim tho evident design of hoodwinking it, and is nanseatod rather than impoaed upon by reck less claims to impossible merits. It has ever been the aim of the proprietors of Hoatottcr's Stomach Bitters to make the published allega tions relating to it conform with reason and proven racts. ina tney nave moceeueu m this laudable design is shown by the fact that their remedy is not only popular, but widely renpocted. Experience without tht aid of Domoast nas aemonuraica vimv it is a ionic oi the first ordor, a safe and thorough remedy for and preventive of malarial diseases, a salutary anti-ppamodio and remedy for debility, and a capital corrective of disorders of the stomach, liver ana dowcis, Mahk vonrsolf an honest man. and then yon may be sure that there is one rascal loia in the woild. HeTer Return. It is said that one out of every four real In valids who go to Denver, Col., to recover health, ncvor return to the Castor Houth except n.n a rornsn. The undertakers, next to the hocl keepers, have the most profitable buai nofs. Tliis execssivo mortality wny be pro rented and patients served and enrod nnder tho care of friends nnd loved ones at homo, if thev will but uso lion Bitters in time, ihis wo know. Beo other column. EvK.nv man throws on to his surroundings tho sunshine or the shadow that exists in his own s ml. T.n llnat I'rnnf nf S,-l fs uniform gucecBs, and on this bssiH Warner's H: fo Kiilni v i-ml Liver Cure is without doubt one of the grea'os remedies in the land. tovr.'s liko the measles, all tho worse when It comes late in hfo. g-rocltet Scalo, 2.ro. Howard Mf'g Co., N.Y. An, how sad and vain a thing is regret, when .OB 4 . 1 niiitr1i nn Itnri." Ask druggists lor it. it clenrs out rats, mice, roaches, btd-lmgn, tlie, vermin, injects, loo. A million bottlos of CAnnoi.tNF,'a doodorized extra"t of petroleum, will pro lnee new hair on it million bald heads, which, is something that no other preparation py.-r (M-.enveied will do. Trni! Cu JjivEn Oil mado from selected livers, on the seashore, by CAswr.i.i, llAZAnn A Knn- V.,rlr Tf ifl ftlmi ll II tl'l V V)Ul'e Blld iwl'et Patients who have onco taken it prefer it to nil others, l'hvnicians have decided it npeiior to any of the other oils iu market. liirt nn Bi.oon. Iu morbid conditionsof the liloo'l are many diseases; such as salt rhoum, ling-worm, boilx, carbuncles, pores, ulcers and pimples. In this condition of the lilood tiy the Yr.iiivriM?, nnd cure theso nllections. As blood-purilier it has no equal. ne. For Cancer aud Cancerous Humors. Tito Dtirfni'n Crrtlflcnir. Aim.ky, WBhliifltoii Oo., 111., Jan. 14, 1878. Mn. 11. II. MT.Vr.S!--lt'iir S:r: 'I'ui U to certify tl:nt 1 tirt'1 l ' ii KuH-riii'j lmm llnwo rawer on my riL-tit 1rejit, wild h kivw very rupwHv, imil all my trieiulH n ait riven nm up I" uie.w lit n i Heart I ni your Pietlieine, Y'-jjetino, v.womiuriiiW'tl i'or raneer ami I'aiieenmfi liiiinnrt, 1 eonuueniHMl to tnke it, am! F.- n toiiii't imxelt 1'pinn.n to feel l-ett'-r; nr. lie.iltli ami Ki-iriU tmlli telt llio lieniini intlueniv which it rxirtetl. nnl in a few Mimtlis from tin time I commenced the u-e of tho Veyetiuu, the Cancer came out almost IkmIiIv. t'AMUF. Ie FOIIIIKST.. T rerlifv Hint I am rfrnomilW n'iuainfetl willi'MYa. vl'"n'ir;t, nn J on-iler her one ot tho very ln-Nt ol women, , j Mi. n. ii. rijU l.itn. WHY WILL YE SUFFER? The Priceless Vegetine. UANCEUCUKED. Washington. P. C, .Tun. fi, IRfil. Ir. If. It. Stevkss. The ir-at Bynn iithy I havo for other who are mi Hovers trom Cancer and Can- ce.r-HiH liuiiini-s, innTcwes me that it in my caned lutytowrito to yon, iiinituKii a Ptriinjjer to jno. I-or two hniL yearn I nnlieretl nul endured tho inowt raiulnl tovnirnt from Cancer of tho llrcnut. Mv ( list del'n (1 the eiVmix nf the bent pllVBiriani. 1 tried many n.ur-ilien, wIm-h a uenlleman in tho olnee with m husKiind advised him to trv y our pricclens Vege tine: h t)i'!ij-'ht li'mie n lmttle. llcloru tilkillir hull of the tirnt h.iitle, 1 nlcpt well nights. 1 continued taking the t-Kctine, t-aiuiuK evi ry mv. I hav taiieii IKltnttles. I urn now entirely curort; not a vestin- ot my disease left, I wit-h ever; one could knw what auM. mf'dicino it it lor hucU dmcaac. Your iiumo will m vrrbn forgotten. Mav Hod ever hltiM, Kuido aud jTotcct you, id tUo earliest daily grayer of Mrs. K. A. RKIVINGTON. 717 O Street, Northwest, Washington, D. C. Vegetine. I'UlU'Anr.D BY H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass. Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists. YUTH; i.HTV. Ili- tr nn I n. HAH11NIZ ih Unit . Ml ATT AN BOOK CO. B7 77 A YEAR ANT F.XPENSr.R TO A'il'N'lH, On Hit life. Alilrt-M sl : t l.'rfl I.' rtl A'l l-.l to Bt- I sialionnry iZXlLXjJLijElljiM (iiil on i-iminilf inn. Hcna .-tMinii lur turns. 1'11'KXIX ITU. CO.. Warren, l'a. tf'il.Y1' MWH-JGENTS WANTED-UO best Ij" '1 -i'l!lii(tnr'!i-l--sT-i mo wiirlil: 1h:ii;ii1i- ft rt. H'n 0J AililrcsK flaty Ili-iin.on, I) -Hull. Mli'lu YflllMrS MPIU If oh wonM ham Ti'U-Brjiliy In iuuiiu nibii four innutha. huiI he crnafnof ..iui.iti'in, aiitre!" Val'-utiiu! llriM., JanufViJleWia. 4 CftSTI WANTKI) foi thfl lleat ami Vartrat. Jt-iliu I'H-l-"l ml ltnuki jinl lllhh-i. rrirt-s n-ducod ';( 1-,-rrt. N.ili'ial l'uhlii-hiiijj Co., l'hilaih-lilita, l'a. tfift a wt-cli in onr owu lown. Ti:mis and ffl outfit Iru.-. AiiJ'H H. Hai.i.eit; Co.,l'orilaud.Maiuo. WATCHES? tnrrican V'tUh Co.,Pittlurgh,r. TTNS o He vol vera. Caialocue frc. Addrcu, rst Wt flui Vftrkii. Phtfftiitrfh, Ta. $79 AWMKK. 12nilnyathonittftj4ilymii(le. Costly v w Outtit tree. Aar ThL'b k Co., AutfUstA.MainA. S. B m ,-i, Tr of ..,,r u'.ff ur Micl o'u.-u-.llf " . jfe. iJ-- . tKf.hrtri, ,Ui turn, Hu. t,.I (4pe .f mft nf. fci.il '6 AffliW Saw ft w-.rt. U'" Nrn..i lo .11 nni .1.t.el. V-J(SPf Addnia I'mf. U Mrfri. ! Xoui j I'l. Bo.tou. Hw. fc4a,yv flKEAPEST TJD0XS IN THE JT0KL0 t (. i;l.i Vllift- I J Tri'm I liUtmy "ffl i .wryct Knclmi'l. ACni;. .ln?ratur i ! li'J j 9 l:t.t Ifiiii-t vi:i4. I I i Jiii i vi il. h-ui'-fcomcly Iff tut' ? " vlutii ; oul fr-.ijii-"" bnuud. for oaly iitrt, I I '. W.HtliSU.N.Y. P.O. IWnMMO Improvements New StylesNew Catalogue. THE MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN CO. Whoso cabinet or parlor orsann have won hiohkst honoiis at uvkrt one of tho okkt world's iNot'h TniAL F.xmniTiONs lor FocnrEKS trahs (hoinu tho only American oiyans which havii tn-en joiud wortli ol such at any), have eifeoted mohs anil uhimtkb fractk allt valuaui. imfbovkjikntb iu their Ort;ani in tlie last yeab thanlu anv similar period since the nrst Introduction ot this ilistrtim nt hv tlii-nt, twenty xears since: and are now olYerinif iiuiians OF H1I1HKH KXCKLLKNCK and ENLAROLU CAl-Ai'll V: alo ikiiihIili wi inrst and hMAi.i.KR srxi.FKor imi'Iiovku gt'ALlTV, and at IIWE8 PltltlKS: !, 4. SMilllld ll)WliKl. A XI-: W lhl.USTHATKl) CATAI.l(ilIi:. aii iu.. 4to.: is now r-'ady (October, lodl), Hilly ih scrihiiii,' and illus. tratiiih' more than lO'l styles ol Orifaiia. This, with prtrA, and cii-ulars containing su, h information 1 out invansceii -niMv. which will he useful to every one thinking of purchasing, will ix- n-utiw nnUfmt fiM. Addros II A SUN A 11 A 11 1.1 N (IIIIitN CO , lit IVeniout Street, llUSlO.Vi 46 El Uth h'tn-et. NEW YOltK: or 119 Wahanh Ave., CHICAGO D. LmNGELL'S ASTHMA & CATARRH REMEDY. ii a v In a atiUKfut.! k yeaitbetwcau 111 Aiiddcaiti with ASTHMa or PM 1 Wt.'.IC. tretto-l ty euiii.tiii I'iiynl- mm Iciauiani rcetvluic no lDht, I tu compelled during li ii fiva '-i ui my llhu-ai to Hon my chair dfiy midutgtittll,l'' for brethmf utTrlD(i wr btyood daacrlpitun. In detjuiir I expert mooted oa m'M If I vr mpou'i'l'n rooU n1 lierba and lubtllnf III dlcto thus obtftlued. 1 lortiir. Uely dicoverr.l !" Wai.DtRFUl CURE tor ASTHMA r CATARRH. warrato4 to rn iuiu...tf tut.Uui-n croi AmIhh p.. turn 1" f l'J E MINUTES i tt.patU'ucull rJola boacaa rctum th ciidinyuraillrcMtoratrlft. packai fPF rjafp'i.tUbvnllojr-'Cf'ntof tli pilca 4 I &r7: , Wooftrr. VW. or At PERT IMftnfrl), Haairer, ELEGANT CHROMO CARDS FOR ruinl tinu tliroo-uent stamp to pay postage and packing, ami I will sonil you la usKortrd elegant chrouio cards, or a set of 6 jrllt "Muriruerile" curds. 1 am riving you those elegant cards for nothing, and in return I ahftllespect you to road tho document enclosed wit h them, t-i'iid Uh I it stamp to V. Jenninub I'm hi ill. 17 Last 14th Ft., New York. C"r7 Ftnto which set yrm w"5- r if you regulro both 'ts en el.iko two thrw-n-nt tiiinM, Do x A SPRING SCALE THAT CAN PARKER'S 'P0CKtT--SCALES THESE CUTS AllE FTLL PARKER S PATEWT POSTAL M POCKET SCALES t or Sale by ll Druggist; Stattenr atul Hardware Dealer: 0 -fi ,,ri .r" rTrTuTT If ron cannot find on In your town sand ns H tmm DialL UOVVAJi- by (Thli engraving rt preatnU tha Longs In a healthy itata.) A STMDAfD remedy IN MANY HOMES. .. . For rnntrlis, Cnlu, Cvoiir., lli-nnclilrls and all other alli-ctlnnn of th. Tin out anil 1,INJS it taiula uurivalwl aud utterly Uu on a all cuiiu-ctltion.. IN COHSDHPTITE CASES ' It ai-pronches so near a specific tliat Jinoty-fiv()' iter cent, nro peruiaiiPiillv riivcd whpre llio rtlroo lion arc Htrirtly complied with. Tuere in uo chemi cal ot other lnxrcdleuts to harm tho young or old. AS AN EXPECTORANT IT HAS NO EQUAL! IT CONTAINS NO OPIUM IN ANY FORM! J. N. HARRIS &CO., Proprietors, C INCINNATI, (. FCR SALE BfALL DRUGGISTS. 11 A ImritnftMnn nf Uftna. Burhu. Man draM 1 ami Dandelion, with ail ie tiona mint c" Curative properties of nil other itinera, niak e ? LthofrrcatoHKiood purifier uiver Regu I . aim i.ue ana jicauu nc storing Aguut on eaxta. So disease , maoHi.iv innir Mi"t where ITop Hitter a re 1 operation!. d,o varied aud porf oct aro their 0 ini Tlfr to tti ijb i 1 ItSra. To all whore e 1 j.tloynicntiw irrepniari urinary onran. or lio re- ty of the howclsorl mil re an Appetizer Toiiio aniitiiiKi rjiimuiniu, Unp Bitters aro lnrnP Inntinor. SLK liable, without intOX- flomiitterwhatyourfeN"8 op PTtt1Pt'm are what tho disease or aiiwncn uw IInP Bit ten. lorrtwaituntllrou'e It;- buif y only fool had or niIerablc.$U80til,'mi nre. It may nre your Iife.lt hat s a v d hundred gBOOwillbopaidforacal vlll rot cuTeorhrlp. Do not nufTer oHct yonr friends uiTer.but utw? and urtra themTi. w u HOP lAman.h... nnn r.ilron ft nrXk. Vile, dlUCTvd drunken nostrum, but the llirert n 'I ,ie UiMllrtnaPTrr mado: the "KVAMDfCk. RUEND and HOPE" and no person or faro I' ehould be without t lie in. n rs la nn fOmol-.to anl lnvdti;ile cure to-Drun:iennem,n:-oof oniuui, tobacco nuul nn rent (;!. AU hoPI bv (lnuim. fur Circular, Hop BHtrn MC. Co., Payne's Automatic Engines. 8 Ile'iaMt', PnmWc nnd Iononif.'al. innttrnhh rt fnw power v tth fi Ii- furl fiutl irn-st- thn a any nth ft t'ntfiue tiii!t, nt lined with an Automatic t ut-otl. S"iiit lor lllntratctl i.'.itahiiic "J," tor Inioi in-it nm A; J(. . rvi. Sovm. Hot Slid 4 orititiu. ..!. It rorita'ns the full liMorvnf lili imMc an1 eventful tic HH'l lTiFlitrill-ii':,i''inRtion. sor: irat treatment. ; alii. lui.or.il oli-ciuii , i t.-. 'i'l,r iicst chatico I mn iilftoin.il:' in .'iic.-, lh ;iiro! " catohi-f nny IniiLitio?:1. 1'ius is tin' oniv a!i;l;'-i,ti-iin-1 tnllv il imt' itt -l lif" ol onr I lrt r. il i"r.'si,i nt. J'in'htol :.rn:iitt. JMia lone t- njci.ih. Cir.';'i;ir ln-e. a.iiH naihn.l vrvi.i -ni:ri (... iui!a., r. l...... I nil.. I' 1 11 - in:,!.,- i v lUr Ulooil, uml will "'liil h I ' i liani-f tin- lilo.vl in ha rniir-' Hnti-m In thiv ni'-niliM. ,m- l' tron wha Bill 1aki; oiii'1'ill I'li'-h n! lit from 1 to l'!v. ': innv lia ri-ton-il to!,illnl hi-nlth. it hiii-Ii p tiling 1 oBihh'. liolil i-vi-rvwln-ri' or hv ni-til lor h 1, tt.-r stmn. I. S. JOHNSON iV I'll., llllKlou, ,tllln.i foi iinj'lyllii ninii-i M v. Free! Cards! Free! We will Bon-I free liv miil n snnivle oct oT onr fier niiio.Vr' ti' li, l'ni'lih nni At-h vi m" v,-:u-y rur-ls-witli n i rice lint o! oM-r;; huinlrt .1 ili';'' rout ih -hhk. on re Cfipt ot fi rilarnj fur postan. They a.c not mlvfrtis inir cimln, Imt lartjc. tine ii'iini elirotno curilx, o eiiT-l.Mlvrrantl tititfrt uroiituR f.-nninthf llm st col lfciion in tin-woihl. eill al- incline a con(ih n tin) price li- of otirlar-'oan'l m:illchrnios. A:hln'rfl V, (il.KASuN iH).,l'i Snmnii r St., Boston, Maw. ri-A Yf ! Yl ! I I A YS ! IM.A YS ! 1-or Itcii'lintf ( luliH, tor Aniatfiir Thcat i - n, T n pcrancc I'tavK.Iira'.vinc-ltooiit Vn n,l'a:.i"- I'i.r.H.K'h loi ian riuvH. (initio iiooUk. hi cakcrs, r.iiiioiim.ow. Tableau l.ijihtH. Mancninm J.iurlittJ, ( ol.rcl I ire, llnrnt Cork, Thealrieal Kaoc l'rei ar-it icm-t, J ifloy'8 Wsix WorkK, Wiyn, Jienrtln, Monrta'-h": ('tnniefi, (.'hara-li'M and Pairr Scenery. New t'rtii'lf,;uevseTit free, contio'tinr 'i'l ih-ucfij lion anl pr m. SA VI- i i-. i-:ni iV- - its. ::wK..ufi st.. xowYt.ru. - OOflrtSOLD!!! AGENTS WANTED J00 --K- GARRELD '1 ne wv tU'ftt' 111 letr worn t t out. Hal ia liiimt hap iu.uvu . "fvavK.Hj..'..,. 2-1 llrcat .Lull's Kti-i-nt, o iv Vol). City. , riAItFlF.I.p. -AKent nantinl for Life of I'mal- v limit Ua tarfioid. cradle to cmvo, hy theomiuenthioKraphor, Col. Con. A ('onuni'to. taiinini uiRiorv iruin Wi ll. BaokaUroadv lor ilolivi-ry. Au -tranuiiy 1111111 tratfd volume, liidnrfnul edition l.ila-ral terms. Ak'rutt. take orders lur from 20 to 6ucoiii- daily. Ont-w-IIk any other book ten to one. AttciitH never made rnoiipy so fa--t. The book sells itself. Er"-rionce not m-cossarv. All niak, lmmcufo i-rortts. Pnvate terms 'free. CiF.nRuKHLiNsoil k Co., tortland, Maiue WASHED: IMMEDIATELY! 25 Younir Ken ni T:mss tJ j alHIu I RofcPt!fi-stoti:isir:i'.t!ciiui Tci-letpars, Pcamss, Cilcteea. t:. Sltuathns GuiritntMtf. Address wlthtUtrup. COBB'SCOLLEGE. Paintsvllle.O. Wanted Agents '7,," Vf.fr'Ii'.Via llfi-l imil fioli 11 on ci or. It lonM'- iheweai of a h'T't; t nrvi il I'lale, eii.i hi nt liar'.-i d V.iHti tuTijr's: pi-fittent novel t ; Minj'lct aiel inot ncf'il i a tent on earth: two eis- : whs at i-'ht : Xa fmtit: tri.u pair lc, tMo j airs lTc Athlr- V. V.W hit tier, Itiilacionl. Me, aowm tor( aua llnp comlorlaL'ly. Auy (.trtoo noi luiiy ski raiDklurtrr to taa aronrlalor kud Itn tuoue will b r (untie d. ei OF CHARQE Should your drpfjitt u-( k-p th rrmedv, ,OOa Fuf aIl by ail DruitfrUta, Ad4xu Ii LaAtlXt, i'ra- want BE CA1UUED IN THE I'OCKET ? B1TB rtKPItERF.XTATIONK liV mpmlmtr st a in n. and wa will send a aamvU r (I. (.0., JJol llrvadway, Nw Vrk. I'm 5.000 Apvtun V..'tn :l lr 1.1 fo of , m 11- m k 1