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Tlie Tunil" Spwilatlon In JlaMacha.
softs. Tlm clilof topic; of conversation Hiis wci'k lias been tlm hikMuii am! uniic towitulilo tliuni'd In certain I j i rnH-H places, nnl llm ii'illnsjie of Hie Chicago j;niiii pccii!iilinV cwm tntlon-i. Vari ous reasons an; usiumI lor lli; lin-l-nosH cliHiitf-.t. nli'l (liileriitit 1N; Ijo Jicvo ilillciclit sloiiiis. f-onico. tlm la'm lire HfHriM'ly to Ijo (timI'mCiI, nii'l il i-;aid tlm pcr-inns of wliom tli'-y are hun tod ilirntt'in to ini'k'j tlm mn'.i-n jirovi! tln-'r i.s-fiiliom. It jh to U lioju i! if limy iiinlio tlics at -:' t 1lnv will mi led, iiihI not liii'l tin'.'" Milves in tlm jiii.iliciirinlit a rtaill jtolil ic::.-:ri in Haul lo li.m; oiko f un I Iiiliisulf. Ili.'linii'ii homo oil'1 liiplit in iiito "a otatn of nit rid J; in nifii atkivl what 11. c inalfnr win. "Tiiiii ni'Oiimlivl .Joihm calli'd inn a l.ar iw urn tho wl.oln Hurt?! in'. ' ' hi; ri'lii'l. "Hut . llmi hadn't onlit to mnmy 300,'' -li- H ill, "for III! COUldu't JHOW' it.'' "I h'To's tin) trouMc." roTi'd H.! Ii'if hand, "for h did provn it. ' TIumcv tltition Unit Iiiih ennui w'lh tin: rlo-in: 1 p of tli friain cwiiidliii'X 1 1 ins is ru: li r l :irl I ' 11 to juiiipiu wiioiiiun (.MH'ti-fMi liow Ilii! mania fur Hi"iil!iiion I. ad per v;hi.i our coimnnn'tv. I i riK'intlis 1 1 . tiling Inn hiM'ii '.viij'oii, and during tln'l tiino m'oit.-i, live lii:iidii:ils of in 11 and women, (irls and lj iy-li!ivi- Ici-n drawn into the si-in!'ive o.lo . an I nivi-l'-d from In .VtH, in many rase, iheir litlli! till, tli'liMn;' tu ! n.-nlii" Healthy. I'lio hislnry of III" matter U I 1 1 1. rm.i tilioli of the old, old itory of v.. iud i-i's lilid bWiiKlli d. A few innlillM ao ev urnl jier.son.f roeeivi-d cirmilai- In.m hiea'o parlies ml. liu; to ;-rain -peril-Jalioll-i, illiioi-tin;,' lo xlimi' I In; enor HioiM prolilH made dv 'Ineivd .iii' Ji:is ciis, plaiiiiii' llm ". mid M-I.emi', " ai d oller.'li'.' tlm ineip etit .fl 011 i-wry .-I'l foi waiih il from oilier pari Vs. .!os' 0 tlie-m people threw tin1 CHiil'ai'. into ihe l';re,km.'iii that lli'i s In--, c ivh a Kwimlle, and only i t lo he i:'?i' I wi'h heap 'nlti ri . I'.n! lime or lour look H up and w t e tin; le llll to-i':i . ill nil n'jiryir;i: lu-H of M".tral IholMand d'.l lai.s. 'I'Ik-mi ' 'J; ! : t -i " o:' "Julid formerv' tool; at l,r-.t a few i,!.:ih's and illdiieed Ihi'ir fiien.l . to ilo Hie s:nii", in llm' hiui'o in ii'h pnniii. o twciiiy hvi; per eent ijj.idmidi every I line lilolllln, mid ii'mi M 1 1 : 1 1 1 ' r m ra:ouaI divideniN. This promise win, of ronrse, kept lor a Mil", and Ihe allowing o, (In (iivid'i di heiki and lirolitahld lialitni (i-iliee'ii m-1 IoM ol pro. pie fairy wild to et intuit. Men and women who had ',0, Moo or if .0 1, Mivcd liV years o! liar I vvori:, ma le hir-li' to invest. 1 ne man who put in a f w linn ire'l iloiinri, 11 Li i' f;i'Mm; Ins I rsi iiv ideiid he' k, iililioiini'i il that he had pi veil lip workiiir and was yoili t live on llm inolils ol li'n iiive.liiimil. ol wilder Here Ihe dreams of the dupes of J.nw h li.sloreal .Mississippi ami West Jndiii 1 oiuiiizal ion Heheine, nearlv two I'eliluries iiii, Until wrre Ihose of our iier-eiediilous j;ia:n speeiihilurs, llul they had 11 minilar ending, .Vol the hem! surprising feature is Hint ijuiln a liumlii r oi men went liitlen who I inn had tin; credit i.-i 1 ' tm o of "Inuiie; 1 licit eve leetli till." 'I lie-n cmmisii thcin elves by Mivinir Ue v knew Hie thill',' Win a fraud hill lliou;hl I In: y could f,'i'l Iheir iiiiiin: . I,,n k and men: with il l;e;'oie tint m heme wenl up. A llls'liess 111.01 wlpi put in ..(,(( niakes 110 hniicH of lianl ly having In- luis li -I every dollar ol il. One 1,1' iliu wot, I lealui'i'S of the mallei' is lh il e en s. ,o ,l piiiilH were indiieed to thus curly in t heir lives heir 11 ainlilin. Led liv one d 1 heir iissneiales M.(,ra -.., J IIUI hoys invel(!i from .fill to r eli, nml have lost nearly all of ii. f i,is epereneii wi ves I i keep them from nieli 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; ' M in future llm h s sou l,;n not. lieen too dearly pa d for. Hut Ihe Maine of Hi's .' late of ali'alrs lies not wholly Willi lliesc d pes ol ( lii :i"o hwimllciM. Ii'iilln r il falls mi ihe liien of wealth and .standing in 1 lie n,ni. inunilv who Imve tor years made hpeelllalivo ,-l.ockH 11 1 olisiilernlile .ourcc of pi ol t -or hes. 'Iliey were aide lo Jiut up lar;n' imiru'iin in Ihe New fork marke'H and freipienlly III l,e etiln a hlakc, Whieh Ihey were not slow lo fell ', hill seldom let anvlleii Im known il Iheir losses. Not inaiiy iiiniillis npi nlie Hpee hilor tol I yiiUr'eoni!spolideil that he Iield .iiii.'i.euil vvorlh of various I ilids ol H'orhs on niai;;iiH, lail he up. piirently lias had 4001! 1 au-c sineetore-(.l-el h - iii'.rs'iiicnt. a,.m il,,, ,,r!i' in'iiiii'' enterprise aided iu luster. n;; the KpeelilatiM! fever, lllllioii(h (luiT 1ms been 1 umliieliid honi'lly nml eeohoin leally, and as vet ha-'. ).i:oilui e I onlv an ns cssiiicnt, iuslcad of liope) lor IIVMlemls. this veelc's coil;,,,.,. will prohalilv pro'.c 11 wnniii)'.' that is likelv lo I e heoled lor .1 Ion;,' l ine o eomi mfaiiiM, iiilriislui;- moiiey to unknown linns who have no business nuin nnd pl'omi ii enormoiis prolif.s. (IVv ,, , 1.11:1.) (,). -,;;, ji,:,i 1 Mufg. ) J. li-'titirilil. Sympathy, fine of tlm prineipal ehiirin.s of worn en lies iii their iiick Hvmpiiihv, Tln v "re picemineliflv f'iflec'l w,lh t'li,, lapili linpie.hiomibilily thai juiIh them in rnpjiiirt with their Hiirioiimlinp.s. Many thilHciHiowcd, Imwever, luck 'tlm huht tained force, that eivea columioii to olini' iu:ter. Tlm inlluencm witlidriiwn that cidleil forth tho ciimtion, Urn purpone lioniiv with it lieniim to IIuk. Themi im JuihiivH B.vmpiithizeiH vejoieo villi the happy mid laoiini with tlm had : they uive unum uir hiniiii ninl tear lor tear bill llm moment yon leave tin In Ihev for p tjdll, and the olijeetof vour iov'or of your pitin is as nullumr, totlu in. ,x Ihe time bcine; theynre enliiely ai re; liv- pocriiiv or iill'eetalioii Ins iiiitenlen d into Hit) tokena of feeliiiK Ihey Iinvii ahownj na y iiavo mmi'ly lieen compelleil by tin impi'eK .ion ol Ihe moment. Thin kind of nympnlhy niiaweri heller lo llm ,h'U iimmi of the inodern jdiihwophcr thiui trnit wiimn iiiHjiireil l?ie injiinclion of tin Who mini, "Horrowia heller II11111 Jaiif,di. ler, for by (ho wuIiicnh of f Im coiiiilen iiik'u tho Jieiirt in inadu better." SptTi li And Szc. Ur. J'owi.r 0 ,prrrt.A man who eamiot nso hia cycH Bliotihl mho Iim toilKllU, tium'? d,";,Inn,1 "ul oan vail for a li lit when it cannot fHko n li,d.t. Iho HpiritmUly l.Uiul man can utlor a loud and cxeuaiiiKly.bitUT erv , Hhull pierce heuven Had outer i.L U, ear amj heart f (i(1 u UUH?r l"10 - U m not pleamuil to hco every on, nbm, ft b.,:er ,.,,, Hum yoiWi,, let Una lii 0 Hi;,dil inm y do KOo who aiv Uotilwarfx in nli( 1, I London CH,4U women nro cm ' vhyn an inillincit nnd drewuiialu'rs, !il,nr an Hhirfrmulicrs nnd teamislicHHcB. M.780 mi tailoroiisea, 10,724 an innchiii iht-i, 5,272 its book-binder", .j,fi:iy ,iH lmo liiakein, -Je'llllJ ua nrliileial llon'.sl.j, 3,7i ' I'oxinnkers, 2,852 ah npliokilep si;,.!, ii!.t t'.i mention n.iirgoiiimil.i' i' in vaiiism other induatrioi, I rTeatlicr-rrophctii. Tlie falluro of vtfjrprin-1 calculatcrl to undornilno populur conlhlonca Id prophets of all norm, but particulurly weather prophet. To bo sure Vip-j,'ins bin rincn to explain; but tho explana tion is worso than tho failure itself, and nereasei the popular disappointment, is it heap failure upon failure. Thin n the Hlorm was, iho exphinalion is .h'nncr. After '?.n had failed, it h-js a little cruel to interview him, hut IViffj'ins' was ready wilh his reasons. He saI "'J'hc astionoinieal day begins it noon on llm meridian of London and jur day her ih at twelve oMoek at i;'iit. I overlo'i'icd this ll' l, so that .he si le ot the earth 1 res:lil('d to the pla ielarv face was the oppes'to to that which I Kavc. I did not notice my mis :ake nnli. II. : evening, no the storm Mi jn the I a ilie iiiitead of the Allant e." It will strike the iinscietitiiie and 1111 erejiidieeil reader that it was a very ter otis mistake in Iho calculation-i of a m: n who was astronomer. alro'oer 11c! ineteorulo':,! combined lo ct the uronx side of mm jdinel turned toward' '.he sun when m.i! .in iin dietions or an arlh shaking sloiiu. Vennor fell into jbse'irity .for unit ler ncMakei than Lh.it, and it is sa'e to say wculrill mm hear no more of Wi-ins. The' iinadi in piopliet will "ink lai ther out of siht than Ihe M. I.ouii one, iii'l I. and de ji'i-vcilly, lor a. man who can't te l whether he Is 011 his (eel or his lead when he ' making pred et oiM andets tlie whole world wroii cud to is not to be tingled wilh tlm wcalher. In the 'i.:iits' prophecy, however, there i. a w heel within a win el. Il now appears that ii'ius is about to tpi'in' an almaiiae upon the pnbl c, i:id hi's predictions for l ehrmiry ! and tlie one yul lo he fullilled in March are inly advcrtM'tneiits for the iilnianac It. ij one of tho .-traime phases of llm human mind, perhaps wo should Hay one of llm most conspicuous weaknesses, thai it takes to ii'manae-, alilioui'h al- maua(!S from time imucmoiial have be n tray deceivers. Not one of th in could ever lie tru-ted from a l .ie!' s low n to .losh l'illin;rs'. 'Ihe on'y one that ever told (lie exact trulh was Hint imiiiorlnli cd hv Washington liv ic' in tho "Sketch liook," wlrdi had "Ahoiit lh H-linie-expeel-wet wea'her,'' or some tiiin of thai, sort, Hlretched clear down '.he pa'e from Iho lirsl lo the last il iv of the month. And yet, knowing ils absolute falsity, tlm human mind er.ivei tl.o almaiut". No hou-e is without it. II. is 1I11 ly 0 iiisulled, and, thoii;;li it may fiiesswron ' nlnety niiie limes inn hun died, the hundredth (.'Uess is haled Willi as jubilant acclamation as tlm one inner in a hundred. No amount of failure undermines Ihe po;mh;r faith In the almanac. 'Ihe old revcreneii for the ,'ihI I'oloer aiul tho prophet Hlill imi viics when Ihe ftTidiclioiiH are put 1111011 recrd In Hie almanac When Moile r Muslim's direful vaticination was ii'iiilei il win universally believed, nnd I licit? are many people even todav v. ho In. lee lliat il all eaie true in 1 Ml. Il Is not m inn -i I he eoinpi'er ol the almanac as the almaiiae itsell which iH ie;.'ardei w.lli the same ciirosllv and awe llial iiispii'eH the A rican as he ap liroaches his 'et sh. No per 011 in New lliiirland c.vi r klmw ivlio was llm lied aalhor of Ihe old laiiners' Almaiiae, nnd yel an atlaek upon il . verity 1 r a 1I011I1I oi' Hie nbsiilule (!oi'ri!eluesi of Hi wcalher slalenieiitH, even al Hi s late (lav , Would ra sii as iri. ;, a sto in t' iu ilinal.oii in that. Mat nn as woii'd an oulla;'!! cominiile I ir':iiis Ihe ;.'ia-.s. hopper or I aneuil Hall. We may e i.e 1 Hint Wi'lni will d s appear, but v i'r ns' almanac, lii e Vennor' s, though Vennor has pas i d out ol silit, Will be widely soiltrht for. There is 110 melhod 01 pelllii r be'oie llm w nld .0 easy as lhalof Ihe alimina The pub lisher who rcfu-cd t i pay .lo-h l!illn;M ('-' I) for his ill 111:111a.' has kic'.. e l h III e f ever H nee he heard lliat iinother pi.b li-hei' loo!; Y nud hat; pa d .1. II. J i.OOO iu ciy.vri,:hls. I'lljjilivi' prophei-ie.s for wcalher proph liy Wi iroohels have been irrc! ricv a Ii! V in jur I 'i i ins. I lioich In mis iinpioreil Ihe Amcr.din lio'li llm Hiiiiiin on ami iiovciiiuieiiis not lo a low any vesse s to "o out on the I'ale of his Mar. h Hlorm I hev will eo all the sou... lint Ihu vvcalher-iiioidiels !:a, vct live in tl nir a'mauacs. I wii (lin.ral lli eu Wciu'd be considereil a. Iiloie lel'ui'ile if lie ca! iilaied his aie s ot low Uicrnmm- eler and barometer (or 11 vivrtn com" n.el p iiitcd them 111 i.n alimma.', ami he cerlu n!y v. mild I e s iiredliom Ihe eareliin;! cril icisais which have I ecu made ii .(in his 111 ilia o'liienl ol ,he '.; lial ' ervicc -1 Am ti'i '(.'. c The (ll'lc l live Li ,irir.,i'.. The o'(J"s t 1 rce in llai llord .since the fall of Hie ( h .rice 1 -ili is located a few fcclNouili of Hie war.'hou e former!', oceiipieil hv M. . I h.ipin, al Ihe loot of I crrv Mrcel. I f j.i u hvciiiiiH'c, i biillonball. and is known iii the books as l l'iliiim-i or, (, . nud by the Kimiish Is railed plane live, h U 'eel in di; im- hi , jri'ound, and e;nH Iwenly lvvd leel live Ice'. Ii'om ils base. lien llm lirsl explorer came tip the ' "iiiiu'i tirul IJiver it s!ood on the hij:h uromiil 011 llm river bank, and has linen a laimliar feature of that, ever s'.nee. lofiility Ils trunk in hollow, br'n;; 11 murn shell, just as it was when llm'1 writer o this purHnraph lirsl niw it, over lifty years hinie. lis mam limits nml brunches were ns M.uml and Ihri ty hut oaon ns they erer were. Th s (Vnuui uni nee, una 11 11:1-4 laM'll Ituve or four hundred vears to produre, and the hist of the old lives llm; aiiteilalethe hisi try of our Hcll.otmmi, has had rcvend nar row esrapYs of lale. ,;,sl t, Iio.vh, in iniit.il on ol' other Iiovh Hull set tiro lo tlm old 1 Inn-tor Oak "before its fall. Im It 11 boulii-o jus'd,! of ii. which would have been Ils end, hut, by tho timely arrival of a fire en''ini!, it was fa veil. A lew days since Ihivid Con nor, a resident 01 mt neiehboi hoo I. (rot permission Iroin J'residenl I nbcoi-L. of tlm iilley llailroad. which nmiiiiinr owns Ihe land oil which itslands, locu't it down lor lire wood. J.'avid ha.l ,,. CJialed III culliU'r oil a enrt of the main iinni'lms when Ih nllenlioa of Me Itabeo k was called to tlm i'mt. r nu liisiorical iniiiorlanro as tlm oldest I ri,i III lliii'iford, nml ho eoi iilerinniiile I tho oiiler, nml David wdl rcinovo what ho has cut down and f-lve the 0 d tree 0110 mow chance. "U oodiimu, epnro Hint trou! ' yilV'iO'i ICoiniA 'Jim.s. Plans for shoes reennt.lv nonstnintert for a Southorn colored preaelior are now m vuo poHsossion 01 fltr. Kverott U. Dunbar, of Lynn. The shoes wore mono in ltoston, and the difforent mens hlnm?5U,ore M follows ! To0' 18 nche9 i Instep, 20 12 lnohos: hnl. ) ii,..' 'I'M. 1. .u. I . ' . heard of hw r auuuo vvur , ini.H .-j A.. ' "Juu'n manufao- ...m J. " . u-LnB.n?m.'' 01 J Party who f rin.,-1. H. v s 1 ,.' ' "lu-ra lWnlLII,l,!,ll"b, 410 , ens om .hn- ,sl1"?by' WhuU to' ttKtvT "gUred And t? Z 'hJ' LaMbR.?""lh"e.:' and iina-i It to be thlrtv-thren. Hn,M -im nosr mom is km. .t m p - i . rr. j ' --"", UtrM' Tlie rrodhjal Son." Now, there won 8 man who Lad twe on. . , . , . And the toungcr of them nid to Im father, " father, K've H tlio ijrtiort 0 Kiwdfi that fallcth to mo." And bo divided unto lnm Inn hvuifr, and the yoims-cr on purchased himself an oil-cloth grip-suck und got him out of that country. .... And it came to pans that ho journeyed even nub) IJiieliskin and Ihe country that lieth over ftKiiinst Leadvillfl. And when lie was conn) ni;;h unto the Rates of tho city, ho heard music and daiiciiif,'. And lmKf.thim into that pla-e, and when he arose und went his v. ay, a hireling Ht the at. siiiob; upon him with 11 Hlunir-Bhot ol rrat H.teiicy, and the younger noli wist not how it w.i. Nli'.v iu tlieneeoiid vvatdi of th'- J'i.' lit im m-ose and wan alone, and the pecs of Kold and silver were mne. And it wiii no. And hniroso and wit down nml rent his clolheH and threw nsle s and du.st njio.'i him If. Ami he ('iit and joined himself m.to a citizen ol that coiietry. ami nehei,r nun h.wn into a proi-jieet hh.dl l"r to di;j. And be had never before dn;r. Wlieref'.re v.le'ii 1., pat iiio;i bin ham'.s and l.ivboldol tho long-handled shovel, v.herrvvitn tiny are wont to dhovi'l, be hti iiek bin elbow Upon the wall of the hlialt wherein he utood, and ho ooiirt d the earth and the broken 1'ixdJi a;;aiii.'.t tlie buck of his licck. And he waxe'l cxcecdin;; wrotn. And le- tried even yet a.iiiu, and bo- hold: tlie handle of his fchovi 1 bcc.unn laimhal between bis legs, and bo hlled hit car ni;;h full of decomposed hlale, nml Hi.- porpnyry wuieu i 111 mui region round about. And he wist not why it wan so. Now, after many days the Hhovdeis with their bIiovcIs, ami the pickers wilh their picks, and tlm blasters witli their bhi.tts, and the blasters wilh their hoists, handed themselves together, und each mi id to his fellow: Goto! Let ns strike. And they stroke. And tin V that at rake Were as Ihe sands of the sea for multitude, mid they were terrible as an army wilh banm rs. And they blew upon the ram' horn and the cornet, and sarbut, ami the ihite, Bud the Imas ill urn. Now it camo to pass that the younger Hon Jollied Hot Willi Until wiimn ill. I strike, neither went ho out to bis work, nor on (In- highway, lest at any time they that did strike should fall upon him and llatten him out, and send him even unto his home packed in ice, which is even alter the fashion of that people. And he began to lie iu want. And he went and joined himself unto 11 citi'.'-iiof that country: and he sent him i ito the lu'a I. loom to liud tourists. And he iain would have lilted himself up vhi!i He: ad; mautine eo. ikies and tlm ilile:.trilelillh' pie iei'1 v.ileaiii.eil sand vv iehes v hieh the tourists did cut. And Im mail pave Uulo him. Anil win 11 he came to himself he, said: I low many lined servants hath my father on the f, 1111 with bread ciiouob and to spare, and I perish with hiiuf;i 1 '! And In' 1. ij'iied his position iu Hie Ii 1 licit bii'.ine.-.. and arose and went tint.) hi-lalh. r. Cut vv, n il he was a pleat wav o(T In) tele;.r..pl:e,l t., hia father lo kill" Ihe old eov. and make merry, for. behold! Im bad struck it rich; and Hi. -old gentleman paid for the t- b -;:niiii. Now, (he elder sou was in the north field plovviii;; with a pair of bulky mules. end when he came and drew i;i'h to tlm house he heard 1 1 1 1 1 -. i and dancing. And he is .nld not seem to wol why tiles.' !hiiij.;s vvi re thus. And In' tool; tho piil by Iho ear and lcl her away, and asked her, whence comelh this titiHicttily hilarity V And she smote him wilh ihe palm of lu r hand, and said: "This, thy brother hath come, and was (h ad ami is alive n;;aiu," and they began lo have a hip;li old tune. And Ihe chl'T noil kicked even lis Ihr government, mule kick.-Hi, and he wa hot under the collar, and he feathered up an armful of profauilv and Hung it in ii'nong Ihe gue: Is, nnii pol him up and girded his loins and lit out. And he got him to olio learned in the law, ami he replevied tho cut ire ranch 0:1 which they vcre, together wilh all nml Kiiigulur llm hereditaments, right, title, franchise, cslatc, both ill law and in c(uity, together with all dips, spurs, an gles, crooks, variations, lends, veins ol lead or silver die, mill sites, ilam-siles, Humes, and each ami every one of Ihem liriiily by these presents. And il 'Was so. Jill Xi: in Ih un t Titbtiiu: Itcolir'mi hi I'.-r ii in iM.'lllIT. Alllmueh there mc aim t Ilo s-lat 's. tics m Ihe trade of IVr-ci to I." had, Air. I'iel.sou has contrived to -t to- jretl.er some very iutcre-,! in' in'ovma- Ion, vvlii Ii is puhll- lied 11 ill 'la-i num ber o llll' lee'lll'll 1 ie; oris o l 1,1 ... , ci rtaill rcvo utioli rp;.r is lo ha.r ! 1 en e;oin,'on 11 the le; cull 10 o : el-. ;i, wh ch has icsii'led in a .. leal re 'uel or ill I he p odiirtioii of s; 1, a ol an iu 'least III ilia ol rice a 1 00 11 e. Si I. vvesimen the s"ap!c pioihu e ol ',. ia, i n I 11 its , I i liinirisluuir ,ns as 11 lies (', ii1 ledes-, 0! r.wi-ighi. of' l.lo ',11 10 pound, w rih A! ,110,011,1, would bavo biien n or;o I. but not iniro than a i'ourth of t at (pianlily Is prodii () now. 'Ike m1(. V'orni disease played sii Ii hnvee year bv jear that Hi- 'pe: :;anls a' amloiied tin-1! Ilivalion. 'I h ' p ace of ji: in the expert Iraih' is there ore beiii;- rap.dlv assumed by opium, th cult vaii.'m of which has niaiio eiinrmoiis st ides with in tho past ten vears. Is nhaii is Iho province where this dnu: is chielly niaile, but Sh ra. and Kermausliah also grow tho pot.py. iiliin Hie past ten years the cultivation of the pnj py has also Increased tenfold in tho pi air es of Khorassan. Prices have, in cons,, .ueneo fallen, nnd it is possible that lassos re ported to have been sustained hv tlmex pci'lei'H may cheek tho trade. 'The en tiro rrop ol last year was eslinialod al (i.'Hli) clie-ls, of which ;I,!HII) enine from J.spnhaii. Tlie local consumption is very small, ho thai, deducing- :i;(l che'sts sent to l.ond tlm built of tlm crop poos to tho China, market, -VeV-.l,,, '.'inciir.. A Fossil Forest. On tho slopes of Amethyst Mountain, from two Mioiisaud to tliree thousand feet above tho river valley, in tho Yellow itoue I'ark, aro cposcd at dill'ercnt levels, at intervals through the entire height, a aeries of silir.iliod trees, many rootud in the position in which they grew, and from twenty to thirty foot iu height 8omo lying down aro of irrcnt iizo, tlio fragments measuring cighty t .-1 ... .1: 1 ... .... 1 ...... , , ....(su.v.i.o won vnu iiit-biu utiuui:ii:i, nun L-ompnruoie 1.0 tlio giant HequoniH. Tlio series of sand- Stones end conglomerates in whieh the aeeg ore jmneuoa aro uioro man nvo ' thousand feet thick, forming a vertical tiilfl of fosaU forests, tho woody iitrileti.ro i WB" PWvl; lt cavilios have ' bwnVurmed iu the trunks of tho rolling ' i .. 1. ... , . n , ... 1 nuou U1UY are juoa wivn CrVSKUS Ol - "4Lyat and quartz. "So rince Like Homer There are & great many hoti-cs nnd more familei yet, but vory few " homeii." At least auch homes as peo ple like to stay in. Tho poet remarks: "lie It ever so hiimhie, there's no place like home." 1-ut tho truth Is, there aro many places liked better than home. 1'oets aro apt to sing about what thoy think should ho and ougdit to bo, but not so much about what leallv is. " Homo?" is abon' the last place some liuslands and fathers fare to stay in. Hccauso tho chimney smokes, the chil dren cry, the wife it out of temper, tho no tln r-in law !s more so, tl.o house is dull, the old grudgo keeps com in' to the surface, lie can't smoke, and tiiero are t o many "chores" to do. " omc" is the place where, in the moru'ii" imt ' eh re he goes down town, sic rsk iiim for Mmo money, and he is ih-rghted 10 hear her and h ays: " Why, mv dear, wh,' don't jomlo so oftener? I do de late you wronj nie tlius. You do, indeed!'' ' J'ouit''' is the ii'aecto which at o: rly c .e sl.o brings ail tho giincracks and th ugs s!h! li as b .tight on Fourtcen'h ttr.ef, w ha h she hardly knows where to pot now he has l hem, ' lloiiie"' is Hie very place where lie ru i s .M ar i;s much i s he leases when things co wrong, in biiiitiess outside, v, Hi nn 11 whom It doesn't ay to swear bo '010. 'Ihe place where he can get mad and jump right up and Town if he phases. Or st in the corner by the "saircd l.e'.rlh-' r.nd grynibln and grow; and . -n il' and -1111IT and sneer at all -he says or does Iroin tea time till bed t ine. 'ib 1110" is Iheswci-t retreat to which he roinei at two o'clock in tho morning on lodge and other nights, wilh onesta'e nnd e tiiigu shed cigar stump in his tnouih, two in his pockets and interiorly full of vinous l'i id.-. "Homo" Is Ihe nla'o whero she says to th..- culler she ha'es; "How glad I i.m 10 -co vou! ' an I the caller returns the compl iurut wilh a lio of cipial force and weight "Home" is the place wherein burglar- break in nnd : teal, and robbers rob, and sneak thit" cs steal overcoats front the had ra-k -where tho 'help" gets ,!r, nk or mad an I leaves suddenly. boy- bke homo locat in, to nleop in, to 1 heller tJiemselves Irom the rain ill, and to go to v, In n nobody else will have lie 111 aroi.ii'i. fine on such occasions! Mid vv hi 11 impelled by such wants, ihu f mini 11 boy bad rather bo nnywhei'O !) ihan home; hang ng around cor i.e s, loaiing at llm grocery, robbing orchards, sa.l ng, skating, riiiing crawl ing umb r circus tents, 1 c'ng sick with his l ist c'gar, scniiig eats, and goin hoinc from cliui'ch wilh the girls. 1 i ri ; do not bke to stav at home any more than boys do, an 1 get away front il lit every possiblu opportunity and mi'.) e all sorts of cumscs to do so. Of em.ire a man's family is a great eoni'or' to him l.vcrv one suys it 011 ht 1 1 be, nnd the man himself thinks il on III lo be Ami so do s she think it ought to be now llml hall' a do en sons and daugh ters, big nml li t'e, me hers to take earn of. 'liv the thought will pop Into hh head al t ine-i, how Ireo from care and light heai led, and what a good lime gi-ueial'v be had ere he was a mar ried in: 11 lid she was quite I'ovvn hie Tied ve t.-nlav when avounglady Irajiid e-,1 C; I. ami iu a momentary out hi i-t leiieirl.eil to her: "I'on t you ev e! gi l ni'o'i'ieil!" And tho younghidy, who's iireilv engaged, went ponder ing' all the way home. ne lioi.bie about ''holiie'' Is Hint tlirt bnti her l liov.s where it is when hn vv on!d 1 oileei li s bill, and so does Iho b..l:e!', the grocer, the in ikmaii, the gas in. iii, Ihe coal 111: 11 the tax gatherer and the church bcegar. ilovv the sinal. boy d 'fs like to heir one or Ihe oilier of his paicnls say: "Now you go rili! straight home iir I'll l e!; you witidn an inch of yen life.'' "Home" is the p'aee where Ihe small boy is spanked in his infanev 1 ml "whaled" Iu his onth. Often ho thinks id o thai (hero is "110 place like homo' lo run nwav from. A', i". The Saying of (Jreat People. lie mi :i 1 nprr it v I'line ir. e III. s sayings are, liko his inaue .stamped on copper, poor in -ion, but very strongly stamped, as tin! same wilh .Madame do .'idoui's celebrated expression of lei'l le- ncs: "Apres nous, le deluge," a s i . n.r wli eli lias I'cconio nai l of his. t i v. l arliy from ils trulh. wirtlv from Is vivid (!ires iou ol' tlm sel'slniess and lee'.lcssness which made it histori cal. And il is this ipialilv of personal c KiKessivencss which, wiien tho char t'.clcr .11 stamped is not po -r, hut has i n ll iig maLiiilicent or noblo in it. Ha: !:i..k; iv reii' saying take rank wi I. a;; cat deed. I.m.is XlV.'s dee lai i 011 on li s deiiHi-bed to Madamo do Ai.-ciiteiioii, "1 imagined it more ii...'r:ill to din" ns though his de.part iii e a! 1 a t in.isl have involved a cou viils oii of 11:1: lire; and Tilt's grand fare well to power, when he returned, dying, fro u lint h, "told up tho map of lluiope, ' are oxeollentspceiinensof tho sort of sayings which, though contain ing no thought at all, nothing b,:t a, ereivl consciousness of power, yet im press us more than tho most vivid wis dom or the most poignant wit. This is why d'nrn ty tells for so much in a say iii!; of this kindfor so much moro, in deed, than even truth, p.urko's graud M'litcnee on tho hustings, when refer ring to the death of another candidate: 1' lint shallows wo nro. and what Hh.idows wo pursue." makes an even greater impression on the imagination than tho other sentence: "1 do not know ho.v to draw up an indictment against a whole people," not bocause it embodies half t.:e political w'sdom of the second sonlonce. but because it re calls Hurko and his soaring imagination more impressively lo tho mind. Kven 1 l.. t,1 'l,.i,,i:..1.l ...01. -ii 1 ., . I , Mui.,, iv 11 11 1111 ins ininnoss and superliciality, makes his mark up on us directly ho begins to delineate liimse f. "Thoro is a certain dicnitv t be kept up in pleasures, as well ns in business " and "Knowledge may give weight, but accomplishments give lus ter, and ninny more pooplo soo than wciJi, panu so exactly ainan thou.-hl-lully ami consistently anxious auoutan peiir.inee, that they impress us almost as much as one of Dr. Johnson's vivid (cb.poriniitures of a much nobler kind Indeed, lin y impress us not only almost nsmu.'h, but for nearlv tho sumo rea son, that bv imagiiiiii tho man who bved In iipjioa niici.'s, tlicso throw nn n strung relief on our minds tho recol lection ot men to wh mi mcro appear auces were naught, The Spcdatur. ls.not such a very great thing. Mr. MeKon,,0, of Kentuokyf asked mo if I remombored the death of Tom Mar sha at Versailles, and his last words. d'a noti ? - told mo. Marshall said, rids Is tho end I I am dying on a hor rowed bed undor a borrowed blanket, in ahmifo built by public charity P Uury mo under that oak troo where the fi Km?111 Ihavo b001 crowded all my Wo,"-J)envtr Tribune. . ' A Walter. " Will yen please pose the milk. Miss Brown T" asked a young man of a fidgety old maid at the supper-table. "Do tcu take me for a waiter, sir?" she an iwered. "Well," he added, "as no one has taken yon thus far, and you've -raited so very long, I should think you were one." Tb Terror ot lb fto-itn. " Jihpsr, Fla. M". Boardman W. Wil son traveling for A. O. Alford A Co., dealers in Firearms and Cutlery, Balti more was proBtrated here, with the "break-bone fevir;" he asserts that in his on, as well as in the cose of others, tho only thing found to relieve this paiu ful malady was St Jacobs Oil. Ibis wonderful paiu-curo has the endorse ment of such inon aa Kx-I'ostinaHter Ooucral James, Senator Daniel W. Voor hees, and an army of others. A Nli'.v method of Biiicid" was reoiith chosen .J a lbtssiau teacher. lb mounted his horse nud madly lmpee from a high precipice into a river. Tie man was drowned, but tlie horse, thoul much hurt, camo out of the water alive. A Tribute of II. One of tho strongest and moat reliable houses in the drug trudo, ami 0110 nios: eminently swoensful iu introducing mcd iciucs of merit to tho people is "Tn Dk. Hahikb Mkdicinb Coui'ANtr, of Sr. Louts." Tho 0110 to which it is now di n-eting most attention, is "Ilt. Hak run's Iiiom Tonic," a r. medy lor debil itv and prostration and all the ills pe- (.Miliar to a system iiicapivblo of peiform ing its regular functions, ibis reiueUy is iiothiiig new; it is well known, in di rscd by tho medical profession, and recommended by them lor ninny intirmi ties peculiar to 'women. The advertise uieutof the Ton id, which app-ars else where, contains two te liiuoniids frou this class of sufferers, which are worth piraii.il. "Da. IIaiiiku's I It'JM To.sio' is a preparation of iron und eali-aya Imi I in combination with tlio phosphites, in gradients which denote it to lie invalu able to weakened constitutions. Ciiooolatr CooKtr.s. Tuko the whib of six eggs, half a pound of sugar half 1 pound of grated chocolate, live ounce of Hour ; first stir the whiles of the ( niid tho sugar togeOier, then add tin chocolate, nml lastly the Hour; drop bv tho spoonful on groused tins, und I 'alii in a iiKslerate cvoiu Ladi'.s 4 over if by hililr n'- b.'ot A shoes e-vn't 11 n ' 1' .1.. !i:.il Sli'J n-,ri jre nm) At this season of th year women esti not bo too careful of their health, Th' Philadelphia women who left ln-r switel liAfigiug where a puff of air blew it 011 of the window has lout all her liair. Iti'Joloc t:c(il-c "lie l Alir Asillll.'i "IV us l.'isl, hul Is I'imiciiI." lfn.( ritiit.' of li.l v t, I , K. It. Hriifht, of Windsor lieks, Conn., wriies npliiiu, modest "iirritive, wliich. from ils vory siiuilieil y, h is tho mm rinif of tine cold. Ilesiys: ".My f uller is nsini! limit's H.'mudy and scms t. Im iini'iiiviinf, in fact, be is very much better liiati 111! iins liiT-a fore, lodlinio. lie bud lioen li, t- 1 Ihvi'e times. The lb it lime they go: 1 10111 1 ,t id sixteen iii'irts of water, Ihe second lime thirteen (U:uta, and fully lis iimeli more the thir l time, and he would constantly till tip rnjuiii ever' lime aft- r he had been tiiiii'd, leilil ho eoiiinii iv-e I nsini; Hunt's Itemeily, which noted liko niaile In his ra.-e, as ha lie::nn to imirove at once, nnd now his w.stciy areimeilation pan-cs nway throiiKli tho sverutions naliirally, r.nd ho has none of Unit swi'IhiiK or tilling up which was so frequent heforo tie- functions of the kidneys wr rcHiurcd by the iho of Hunt's Kcmedy. lie is a Weil-kinirfii eiiizenof thin place, and hs nlvvavs been in bieiiies.s licro.1' Ayain ho writes, November 7, ISS'J: 'I liei: most cleerfully and truthfully t Rlatu, in rcK.ud to llntil's Hemi dv, that its line wim the savin.'' of my father's life. I "poke tn you iu my previous loiter in reR ird ti his Ki:i- la ij id t!i:pi limes. Il is th.) nio-t reinRrkn'ile cu-1) tieit hafl ever been laard of iu tld : seeiiou. fail-a mill! of hi years (sixty yo-us) it is 11 innst remarkable cure, llu had I ecu imahlo to niloud to his business moro than a year, and was given up oy tlio i1iietorJ. 'l lm lirsl bottle of Hunt s Kcmedy that ha li.-cJ gave instant relief. II Inisusid in nil si ven liodlos, nml continue to d.-o it whenever lie feels drowsy or flue gink, and it affords instant rtlief. ilo is no'v at tending to his rei'tilar business and has been ro.e.-.d month, lnm perfectly willing that you kIii aid paldi-di this loiter, ns wo thor oughly believe that father's life was saved by using Hunt's liemiily and theso facts given ahovo may bo a bi n ii t to others siilforing in like manner from (iisrn.es or inaction of tho kidneys and liver." f77aswjwii-yivstiWB r 1 iri ri .. ., 1 1 n , 11 11 I i or Franl Unscru pulo us parties navetrleil to Imitate our Rom edy and deeeivo the p-.iblio mm by using SIMILAR NAMES. b u t d 0 not be do ceivedi see that the word SAFE with pic ture of an Iron Safe, onablack wrapper ardwhlto 'otters Is on every package. Also, see that It Is on the la bel and stam p, and take no other. H. H. WARNER &, CO. ROCHESTER. N.Y. ." ''. la an '.lr M-s-s-m III.- Wh.h lrsMsHl nl J , ',.V,t,7, aiM-u. hT na,.a uf uit"iS ORITinBTTDATti'TBUI- To. Voi.Tiio Bilt Co., Msrsnsn, ancH., will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Klcctro- Voltaio Belts and Electrio Appliances u trial for thirty days to men (young and old) who are afflicted with nervous debit, ity, lost vitality and kindred troubles, gusrunteclug speedy and complete irestor Lion of health .nd man 5 - t.jo. Ar. asanove. . jj. thirty days' trial is allowed. 1 ." 1 tv-.l in V A Tna man wno -whs ii- -crowd 1ms he n trcltblcd with a stitch in his side ever siueo. MeJ8MA1"'S peptoniied beef ton'e, the on ly preparation Jit beef conHinine ifr'. tritioutproverhtt- conimn u.w- r, (oroe-geocmtln and life-ia-tsmlng prope r tifiifnTsluable for indigeUion, dype,sia. oervous pro.trst.on, and ali form, ot general debility; "also, In all enfeebled condition., . .. ,l ..1. a 1 ..h.iui Inn. nerronil wueiner ma rwuii u. prostration, orer work or acute disease, par ticularly if resu'tlng from pulmonary con; plsints. Csbwell, Uaurd i. Co., proprietor, Vl. V..V Rnlil hv (IrUlTlli.t. Ioln u rnl .-. ot Hood, u. I 11 l',,rllaDil ill'., writ.;. I "You lUnrVi Cirlwl'lc Suite l doing g't iftX ot fnoi. Some of my frlcnil. Ii bucn ureatly ben. elllUsl by II. 11-fl. I IlilnU It t Hi" bent iala I he eer nicd." BcwjolcounlerfelU. IVnlen'.n ili-am Cure. CiMn, I'oii'lu. nhciiiiia ilon, Kl.lni y Tn.ul.lc, etc. Can bo uJ elr. nalljr u a pluslel'. fir It-wor'. Vo.'nliiWe Worm riyrup In-t-ntly a iriiyn w irnu anJ rinaoto" the ..crollou wiltch ''iiuu thcin. Hnk-i'. Pain fir see", fir'si pnln 11 Man ami U.m-1. I or uw einrimlly and tiitcrnttly. THE GREAT Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, lumbago, Bickachf. HssiJcTe, Toothache, orr Th nml. Nil olllii-i.Nirii!. HrMl.CT tin, m iil.l-. Ho-1 kllcn. tn xu. oinr.it iiiii.ii.i i'um su iiiirs. tfljll? !!r..--"!.t'i " t I'. sk-r. . ..vrwIi.T. Kl:ijCot.ti. baltV 1Y m II l.,ii'ii.-". Tin: I'juiii.L- 1. 1 (jiiKi.Kn ro fC.K.m.- A. ', , 1. 1.1.11 . (0 1 ILI'Is-rfc ltf.C.ai. mrriu u a toale, at Hutttter'i Htaauck Ditlart. Hal aoly dg ft I a a r I Itraartk ta tha weik, but it alia aam'iU fs aa IrrarulftT acid Tit tate af tka toaiuk, mii-n Ua aaw.l. ui at praaar lalcmU, flra. iim ta Uaa waoaufffreairaa itle aad kldaay traualea, and eaa. 4 usra u wall war. v-iU faVer aad una. Fortal.br all Imij (lit. aad Saalaa laoaraUy. mm E70WACM , iri 11 -MtnlrliHh( ilu far lan Cure of 1 flu.i rif j.-:nl-in), trfifi tnl:,t a ipi i -4 -!'). 1. ut t'-Hilit t r'iitutl f I'd ftir- -I i.-i i,,i'.,!.''-t ih.v'IcImii. il Hinin i'-S t.. ,' ui ' - I.-.-.-.T i.t I- of I'.it " ' ; 1 tii.it. 'i:t; i.iifi .' Fiiniiy f nn--. -if it:n. l' i 1. 1-1 (Hitnlt-u - a ii -'ti llili iItM'ti-., wnlrli if ftrri'i v. ! hul i':"' l ' i ' r liW wnin.iTliil 1 :iri! fri i t" miy t'lV f'l.T .' im i,i ny 1 .-ii i Hn Ir c in i;ft a pil I". O. AiiUi'Oss) V. ii ttsivl..'-anT "ii ilru; uni'i. tn fKMic-aj 1.'. II. v.! ; (UiLfi. t-..l"'in ?!.. KcwYok A STALK CUTTER FREl rKA VI-.D 9131 ii tO dava wilh Ot RtAT.R CUT Ti l'.. I'ltLviii-'il, l-w. Himplicii jf.'doraf-ilitT u I ir.rir "fT pr-rft-.ted. $1 iiiak, rni r-ttU lor' 9 1.1. U'ini It.M. Inr i-t-rfrct nirnif 1 aurt fna right aiiil Lw,y iifn u man v, ntHi ortitJl , ointri raiurnro, A'ldrewi ih r.nt i-n (((, II. ii. CADT, Pln IlluiT, Ai k. "An ordiiiT 5-11 ?ij.d cn nnk, l-ut tlift m il stiip-d cmiitoi hriMk it. . ;r. If U ri-li!jla) gnA iikii. r . i it ii hi-i-i, nts i a. m r. nnc. AVniT. TO F, A. M. NanKfiil CoWM FrfntTfnf. J-.-rnt ur Aii'lfi.1 1-i'i., nil M-iaibie Mature ,-,. -villi)' .!ij-nT"-ii, la Alrrl-iij ehi, the Ut-: ne 'jK (i lt!.lr.lflit C"i.'al.;'j fit .HfiaoitU In and f-vvle, & '.tfow:--J i.tif. ;!, rmilumwraof tho ;r7l'irr. i .:-i- t.r..i:.riv. a. ,M. ;i tun Nil- CO. Mwool1 I'd i .Itd-a-tuj .i hi. ii a.r lo.lt ra. 131 Breui.--yew Votk, THE CM F! EVERYBODY I Ki E- O W 5 J LIKES IT. THR i-!US'H tint aim i tc Irnikfnl ni aarfal; il at'-Dd, lo wrtt an fiita-riKiuinj; fi.ditoi y of ih tiui-n -ti wh tb wa liTa, It puma, od an .Tri-t, mef tk:. ..... .vi vi'ir- m nrts, in CI TCU tall If'fl II IICW llll'-t lli.ii: PTfi Wfuri. Sut.. .-i.;H. i: IHM.T (4 piirM) -f ' t... ir.r--. m ni'tiii 11, -aj.i ,Mr , jPtr rminiT ft LlaVi j Sl.'-iO pn T.'.ir; WarK'i i-..T-at $larffar. I. W. KXrtlaAXU. Pub!ihai, htw Tork City 11 SEWING MACHINES. AW 0r0Tr.r. n"T. Wlirelrr i,-jiii. fci......l H..V..i.v'.V. .. !V-'" ' !- . .ai.i.ut-,!,,.! llOUlf, .. 1'IiICKH. ia ana ir.. rw- Btna rorcirrniw, 11. H. SOUDER, Chtanoo,?at Tcnn. .'A A witKi-M Tcur u.to town. Teriu n MtSjul!;Aa4r, UU.1I.O SiOa;! Mr 'r-rni, SI Ill SlXr ss I MVFItKITT, 'HHIH, I'"r llliislr.ili.il Cir.-ulur. till I, yi-nr. Ar',,!r" JATr.W Mlka Im 4 mu . ".""Il nl 1.0k. ,nt 1,, tiCM I is .,et.C S.m.u, huL.,,,. i"T. . 0. B. C.WnTJ.?'1'"- MILL and PACTOEY SUPPLiri!- tihu Hssa, BELTIN3 EOSE a, i tACKING. 0IL3. PTJMPa at.t. r r aaajaa1 ddwa.! ' I IE0N PIPE, FITTINQS, BEASS GOOL'ti STEAK GAUGES. ENGIRT BfiVTi-wrmu o. Send for Price List. W. H. II, LINGHAK Is CO.. 143 TVTatn fif T attt pr-fT-!. OBUA-f. .w Btyla, m. t-Tik. ir. u.ir.,;i!n aim ro,. cinln Kits, Hpan'iiui I ('iiiiviihU.Hs, Hi. Vlim i iiiini", Aunuoimni Opiuin Kmiiiir, Mir Vi1iiH(li'Ulllly,.roli,,i: nml nil Nervous m.rt I ltliKKl riU(itasa 'IV 1 l.'lcr(fviiicn, Luvvvri'i i. unary mpn, i'r oliiiiii. linnkcni. 1.1. dlcB mid all ii(,.,-ho (lonlury ilnplo-,irii , . -y-'r i. iyj '-"'""-i si.-rv(iiiB rnm ''snWTwijj,j timli.n, lrn-iiulariilii, " ol tlii'liloud, KUimacli how(ilHi,r Icludcya, in Will, m.Hllrtt Inri M. tonic, uiintmer or S tflS Blsttniiilaiit, Hamarltuu if H E'lji,Nrvlm,lHiivaluBbla I 1 SB" TluniaaiidiiprocliilniU , .... (in-iikimi wonderful ''i "tl,u-'l- .'0.. 1'rbiirit.tun, mi. JowpU. ua "P i?J A T 1.' i. ... . . - j "vbm w rices:--. " prettily benefited bv ita V lto Speakers will find It m,frr: of the areataat . rT-V-li.! " sary. I T""?: ilfW aa a reliable remedial iltrabted nutrltlva and 7'"; iT-ipcrxiea iM D nil ZMU I XmU w Brjaaga' I V IM I--. M-.Ti rl.ii y -.1 r.t il. ,..' I. ,(.... ,t Bv NEVER FAHS. Ti t.?a:,-uiat;ui IF YOUlt WATCH Haa been ruined by incompetent otb men, or needa repairing, send h byi cress to 1 THE J. P. STEVEnS WATCH FACTORT wnere eniy aauieu -rorameQ and tad Improved machinery i employed, u. r ore JSIEW any part that hubeead" nied or worn. Prices for rerfcin m C rvau you besoee the work it con, inenced. All Ttork gurantet4 Pa yeur nam and address in the pukit with the wateh. B(-?tieDd foroiuiuS TIUTED CATAIXWUB AND PklCKg, J. P. STEVENS WATCH CO. Manufacturers of stem-winding watcW Factory nnd Offlce 84 Whitehall ST , AT'''lsl.tH1 CI nnmnr.i:ir.i:J Jul mm I riT-rf. kiii 11 ) l-4v"l - BfAVW Jl J). A. 3tVMAXr.t yiu.uwr. P.O. Box 1690, r,E?0f.fAHSPLJl. 1ArnitK-y Rfiint.U' rrlak-'ltil tn C07T0 DUiiiiii'' ami ticni; rr-n ,r.ri, .. -i ,i r. 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STRONG'S PECTORAL PIUS . h v a n COLDS AND RHEUMITWn T- . . ..lln n,A (HOMIII)"."0-. rKMAi.w. miitlilni; ft'in i-ni' " 'V " ,mt Win. imil lvlii' vlim.' " ', '. Alm7n- 660. New York w-Knopren-p-sians. LIST OPWSEASES AXTVATS CUItABLE B V&VSS HIEXICM MUSTANGi LDOTEUT. of nrH.is flesh. nheiimnllnm, Hum. and Ncnlila, Stings and mtca, C nd and Drill sea, -finrulim di Klllrhro, OF aXlHlll sk-ratchfl, c.n. ln. CradUi iScrcW n'orn.s-'M r oot ' .--"' Coiitrnrlrd Aluaclos j r.nni.'lim, -. .Js. I IbUffJolllLl, Xlmknchr, KrupttoiiK, 1'roatnitca, Slmiy.OT,""l ...mini. St"-' riorc I-'cet. Slillhrin, aad alliiTlirnnl ,11..-. nndtorvli'ir'l'rTB Forgensnduso in family, stublnanil atocky-i" TTIE BEST OP ALt (70 A WEEK. I1SI day at haras J Ol jooallxiutflttraa. tatrtwTrw 411 ftdoallroutfltftaa. arw Z!Z---Ztt SPRAfLlFIFCOTTON PLANItli GUANO DISTRIBUTOR. J bi. tip JSvSi dialribuie; l'.t. drop( olM , dllnr,ln' h.r L'ovcn-'f.i Arent. wanted everywhere. "?')" 0. W. V. SO . fa. 3jSonth Broad St.LAflag- ubliliers Union, AtlaptaGav-JJ ru. r.r Ifl CMHPtf".. k t nrrunui"..j itorscfowen ' """" -""i1 (Sultedtoall -.ssllonii. I Wrll.'forFI'K-'-'SI&J aou fricw to Tha Aul tmn 4 Taylor lo., u-a a jxitiuablt fort ' Debility, W "fffkl KEV.J.L.XOWO Industry, nLsM a most excellent 'W' fth deblli Wted vital mmmmmm Tasaa tk. t