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THE LAMP'S EVOLUTION.
ESC A YA TIOXS OF AMI EX T CI T.
IBS SHOW IT OYER SIX
TDOVSAXD YEARS OLD.
OrlglnaMy was a Conch Shell and a
Twist of Cotton-Western Ingen
ultjr Devised the Brass Burner
Hy EDOAR JAMES BANKS, Hi. I
The Oriental lamp Is tin same now
n It nlwnj-s tins boon 11 simple dish
of olny, stono, bronze or class, tilled
with oil: Its wick Is n rac or a twist of
cotton, one end of wliich is immersed
in oil nnd the other rests over the edtre
of the dish to lo lighted. This was
the lamp not only of ancient Hahylonia
nnd fc.eypt. but also of the Hebrews.
(Ireeks, Komaus, and all other early
peoples. Kven to this day it is the com
nion lamp of MesoHtamia. In Saint
Sophia, the prent niosipie of t'onst.tnti
nople. there Is no other method of il
lumination. The first nrtifiolal UirM with which
primitive man brightened tlie dark
ness of nipht was the catnp tire, (he
name tire with which he lk-litlv
roasted his moat and warmed his
naked body. At just what ae tin
Idea of lighting by other means tirst
fx-cum-el to him is no longer known,
but the excavations at the Babylonian
mound. Bistnya, the ruin of the oldest
known city lu the world, have shown
that It was in the very lone a tin. per
haps thousands of years before 4,"00
Iurinjr the excavations far beneath
n temple which was constructed at
that remote date, anion; the ruins of
earlier aces, ihere was found a lrro
conch shell alKim inches in length.
Its exterior had been worn siiuhi1i by
constant handling, and a section at Its
opening nnd half o. its elongated
valve had been cut away so that it
formed a deep dish terminating in a
long snout. In its interior were slight
traces of a thin, black deposit. At
first the use for which this dish was
Intended was puzzling: it was weeks
later when it suddenly occurred to me
that this sea-shell was the primitive
lamp, the ancestor of the great family
Some lime later, while ecaatmg
at a higher level in the temple refuse
heap, where the price's of 4 r- .
threw the broken and discarded
Utensils of the temp' service there
appeared among the dozens of ba-kets
full of polished and tilt stone several
triangular objects which resembled
the conch shell in shape, one of ala
baster was entire: others were frag
mentary, yet their original forms could
le restored. They were the lamps
which came into vogue after the conch
had passed away, or when it became
so scarce that it was no longer em
ployed, and stoue was substituted in
its place. Although the conch w as dis
carded, its triangular form remained,
even to the natural shout for the sup
port of the wick, which was repro
duced iu the stone.
To the early Babylonian, the pure,
almost transparent alabaster lamp wus
perfect in shape; the next step m the
evolution was iu its decoration. In
stead of the plain exterior, it was
engraved with reticulated or curved
lines: but a more important step in its
decoration wus when the lamp maker
conceived the idea of supjntrtiug the
wick iu a hole al the sharp corner.
One such example from the l!:sui) :i
temple refuse heap terminated iu a j
the civilized West, who would no
longer rest the wick upon the edge of
the receptacle for the oil, to pass it
through the brass arrangement which
he culled the burner. ..l to pro Ide
it w ith n screw in order that it might
lH raised or lowered, and the essentials
of the modern oil lamp were as
sembled. Vhile we have the sen -shell, the
lamp of primitive man of over ti.tHHi
years ago, it would be interesting to
know- what kind of oil was imnied.
The olive tree produces the ilhiiniii.it
Ing oil of the inodei Orient, and al
though in other parts of the world
the fat of animals was used, the
unchanging customs of the lia--i lead
us to infer thai olive oil was also then
employed. The wick was doubtless a
twist of the cotton which grows wild
along the shores of 1 Tigris and the
Euphrates. Engineering -News.
FAMOUS VIRGINIA HOME.
WHODIAWX MAXSIOX, PART Ot
WASHIXG TOX'S ESTA TE, XO II
I II. I SUES II I SOS.
.A Gilt Iroin the Hrst President to
IBs Adopted Daughter- J'lnywriiiht
Paul Kt-Mcr Disposes of Manor to
I 'i ioi.nn Ytoinuii.
Another change of owners hns come
to Woodl.iwn Mansion, that historic
property having been bought by Miss
Kliaheth M. Sharp, of Princeton, N. .1 .
from Paul Kester. who dramatized
"When Kirght hood Was lit Flower,"
ami o! her p!.t s
Wood'awn Mansion was the home of
Lawrcuic Lewis, ton of Betty Wnnli-
Old Methods Sueeeed.
It has boon claimed that old methods
of doing business cannot succeed iu
this twentieth century of ours, hut a,
striking example of where old maimers
have bet ti and arc t successful m.iy
be lotniil iu the hu.-icst city ot i!,c world
New York. Kiglit in the heart of
the wholesale di-mci may he loimd a
restaurant that is iccdiug more people
every day of t be year tuau any other
house iu New York I'm. an. I doing it
along the line of "old methods."
It is claimed for this famous eating
house that every pound of food used
is paid for in cash upon tic; day it is
f .-chased and that the ptvpri- tors
haee never yet given a check in pay
m. tit for supplies, nor owed one dollar
of the close of tho day, and they keep
no boo.. s.
Each morning the dealers supplying
this remarkable establishtr.t tit deliver
the necessary goods at the receiving
department and then form iu a line
leading to the cashier's desk where
each one in turn receives his money in
good hard coin.
NYhen evening conies- whatever is
left in the cash drawer is profit, less
charges such as taxes, light, fuel &r.
A further boast of the owner of this
restaurant is that Its doors have never
been locked since first opened, way
back in "wartime." and that no one
knows where the key now is.
An Idea of the number of people fed
may be pained from the fact that table
salt, used exclusively by the patrons
at the tables aud not including any
used for cooking, is purchased every
four months in ten barrel lots, each
barrel containing three tumlretl
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I 1 .f Al " - - -JT W
4Lrl !- u aV
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V T si . y : -Tt
I y v i . , r
Em ' "
After threatening to call members
by name if they did not obey, the Kind
of agriculturists, shouting and yclnng
for the live, seeds "loot" M'beliil dow n,
aud 11 r. Oooks was cuablcd to proceed.
SEEDS VERSUS MATT1.ESIUPS.
1'nv scivls found anotlu r dnght.v
champion In South Tumble, of Ken
tucky. Mr. Trimble asserted that the
seed dealers of the country were
instigating the newspapers to fight
free seeds. Ileal farmers wanted loose
seeds, but kid glove funnels Who
run the granges did not need them
and dnl not waul Iheui. If this was
grail, be said. It was the only bind
of which every one or the Jo.imhi.ihni
people of the country got a piece.
Advocating economy lit other difec
lions, Mr. Trimble sugg. sled less ex
penditure uu bailie uliips ,lf we stay
, A i I f I
' T IS. I
J 1 ' liM I
Wanted All the Goodies.
Teddy was a?out to be ton years obi.
In view of this interesting event Ted
dy's mother hui orderel so:m ice
cream an 1 cakes ond other dainties,
and Teddy -was tocj to invite h s little
friends to a birthday party. The even
ing of. the ct b-'. ration, came around,
and all the poo-lies were waiting to bo
enjoyed. TedJy an 1 his mother were
Suddenly the youngster stub
"Mother, don't you think it's ten- t
eat the ice-cream and cake now?"
"No, indeed, my son." she replied,
"we must wait until your friends an
here." "We'd, to tf-U yon the truth, mother,"
began Te l ly. ' j i.-t thought tha' f. r
onep in my me i d like to nave en . ig.;
goo. lies, so I g ies.- we be:: r 'n.u
now, Vauae 1 uilnt luv.te auyou...
incti.n and Fielding Iwls, of Fred-
t ii kshurg, and nephew of the grca'
ileorge Washington. Tho w ife of Ijiw
renee Iywis was Nellie t'ustis. grand
'.aughter of Mrs. Martha Washlngtou
, and the adopted daughter of Ileorge
The marriage of Nellie 1'ustis an i
young I,evis was the Foi lal event of tb
year ITf'.t. The marriage t.xik place in
the mansion house at Mount Vernon
on the birthday of Washington, and in
the year of his death. Washing'"!!
gave to the couple a tract, of forest land
covering a range or lulls on the Jimrit
Vernon property two mi!---; southwest
of tho mansion house, l vvis personal
ly saw that a part of the woods wi re
cleared away, and In the clearing he
had erected the great, houso which he
called Woodlawn. Tho place passed to
Lorenzo Lewis at the death of his
mother, Nellie Cu-tis Lewis, and by
him was Fold In IMS to two Quakers
from New Jersey. Chalkley Cillingham
and Jacob M. Troth. The sons of these
men live near the estate to-day, Jacob
M. Troth, tho younger, living -,n an
adjoinine farm and on land ths. was
a put of tlit original Woodlawn The
hous- passed through many hand and
in r.'"u was bought by Paul K'-sti-r,
who now .-ells It to Miss Sharp.
s - ' tm
I L : 1 I
?fwmm. mm . ..
LAMPS OF LATE I5AUYT.ONAN AND PERSIAN I'EIUODS.
ram'f; bead, tiie bghled end of the wick
projecting from its mouth. After the
discovery of tho hole for the wick, it
was an eusy step to cover the entire
lamp, with tho except ion of an opening
In the center to receive the oil. Thus
the lamp of classical times originated.
Another interesting example from Bis
mya is an extremely large marble
lamp, oval in shape and with vertical
walls. The .-nout for its wick is a
deep groove extend, ng out about -inches,
and with its -upport from be
neath it resemble- the handle of a mod
cnidi-h. This lamp held about two
quart" of oil, .iiid. as it was found in
the ri;iu- of i h temple, its unusual
it in tho Buhylouian
synagogues of a later
cbiiiehes, even to Itie
:bt was Kept perpet-
mzc sugge.-t- tt,:
temple, as in the
era. and in soim
present day. .1 I,
Previous to loon T! f". lbo lamps, ns
well as most dishes and bouseludd el
focts, wore- of stone: after that time
objec ts of burned day began 1o ap
pear. Before that date lamps wore
found only in Ihe ruins, of the temple;
later clay lamps were found in the
dwelling bouses of the people (if the
latter u variety of si jm j n-st have ap
peared. Some are triangular, the shape
miggested by the conch; one is a min
iature boat; others of a later period
ii re Identical in shape and size with
those of Home and (Ireoeo. The lamp
of these nations was undoubtedly bor
rowed from the older civilization of
Babylonia. The common clay lamp
of Persia and of the timu of Haroun
or ItiiHchld assumed a round form
with a dent In Us rim for the wick,
resembling in every respect a minia
ture frying pari, from which the handle
Is missing. The lamp of modern Bag
dad differs from It only in Indug Hot
upon a pedestal end provided with a
It remained for tb lamp-maker bf
AO IF THE WATCH JUL ST.
Kepresentative Wetland the Victim
of a Joke During Watch Monopoly
When KeprPFcntntivo Lainey of Iili
1:0, s. a few days ago. made a speech in
f.oiigresH on the alleged watch trust,
he opened up a .subject that has been
of decided interest in Oongre.-nional
cin lifb over s.iwe. lb; had a coii lion
of watches on his desk wlu he
showed as exhibits.
Kt;pj-esc.iJtat.ivc Vre'land id New
York found another ph;i;-;e of t!o watch
cpuc-Ktion which in; wanted to uio.
about, and proceeded to Mock up with
sample watches and watch ca:-:es. lie
had the arsortmc.nt nice ly displayed on
his desk, when, by 11 prearrange ni' tit,
In- was called out into tho corridor.
As soon as he; was gone a joke r in a
neighboring scat produced three triem
orandurn spindles,- two uhort and one
tall. He tet thr-in in a row on Vne:
lanel'H cie-.sk. Then ho pioduciei three
oranges and carefully stuck one on
the point of each i-pind!'-, prciducin
the perfect effect of the three j;nH' 11
halls of the pawn shop tdgn.
"Well, by gosh!" exclaimed Vie in
land, when he came back. The: laugh
ncared his intended bpeech out of him.
HOUSE FOR FREE SEEDS.
r 'ontinnod fmin proi-oding pee.)
1 itrrier. of New Hampshire, where it la
'.iimotil.v uuib-rstood one of tho c hief
:i 'lu-iries is that of raising 1 ks,
granite, and marble, protested agiinst
bis assertion that the farmers were not
in sympathy with the fr seed luisi-
1: "". They ilei-lar-d the fanner- of
tl.c.r s't.iti. di'iiia lidi'd them anyhow
Mr. ocls read letters from tb Ii-
s of practically every agm-uinonl
paper in ihe country, dcmium-iiig free
seed", and wlo'ii ho frankly admitted
he bad written these editors ast.ti.g
tbeir opinion of the propo"ed aciion
of t bo 1 0:11 in it t'-es ho w a . at ta-be. by
the ad oeates of fre-e se-eils as it be
had committed some crime.
ALL ABOT T SKKI "ADS.
Mr. Barth tt wantocl to know If these
ipers carncil ;nlvert .semcnts ot ttio
eel di-alcrs, to which Mr. c'ock" af
rn.cd that bo bad no eloubt of it. as
tho business of selling seeds was a
b-git imati' one-. Mr. l'onlni-y elid not
believe- the- answers rcprose-nti-d an
bone"! ojiinion, as the rejdies bad he-en
Mr. f'ocks enileavore-d to proceed
with his argument, re e-nfore ing it with
citations from a Ktaok of letters, but
he- spoke amid a confusion that marked
the clay as the most unruly of the en
tiro session. Mr. (Jains slioute-d him
self hoarse and that Is a elitlicult
thing, even for Mr. Jaini-s to do; Mr.
Mann scolded, as he often does when
he fails to approve; Mr. Fording, Mr.
1 rencn, .vir. miiis, 1.. . v iianoier. iuicj
others uski el cpiestions sirnultaiieou dy,
nnil the chairman of the committee all
but broke his gave l in a vain endeavor
to maintain order. At one time It
looked as if the rnaec, that symbol of
the dignity and power of the House,
would have- to be taken 1 rom its perch
and waved over the heads of refruc
lorv and angry free-neoel mutineers
who re-fused to take their heats when
si. ordere il.
Mrs. Fergurfon. George, dear, how
do you like my now hat?
Mr. Ferguson. Do you want my real
opinion of it . Laura?
Mrs. Ferguson. No, 1 don't, you
. I I..,.--
1 I I I I II
"Do you think a man's importance is
measurer by his pockethook?"
"Certainly not," answered Senator
Borghiim. "A pockethook couldn't, hold
enough to amount to anything. It's
the bank book that counta." Wuahint;
Mnu'lstriite-- Wluit'H your finme?
I'riHiiiier 111111111-1I !- i mpHoii ; ami U hlum
AtiiglHtmti-: 'mHtnlilc, wliMt's the- prl
niii r chiirifc-d with?
c-iiiiHiulilcs; buuucla Ilk ealUtir wuU-r, ycr
at home, mind our own business, let
other people alone, we shan't need a
battle- ship any more than a burglar
needs a Jimmy and a dark lantern,"
shouted Mr. Trimble-. This sent Itneiit,
ttotw Ithtanding the spe-aker was a
Ir tle mixed in his metaphor, met with
pto'.inged applause from the gallant
b.llld of free seeders.
Mr. I.illev. of Connecticut, read b't
ters from bis consii m ilt s, some asking
for Shropshire sheep, Durham bulls,
postage stamp1, ntul cash, Iti-demt of
the see-ils he ban been sending mil
since ho came- lo t'otigl'i'ss. The read
ing of these letters Mgillll plunged tin'
House III disorder Mini contusion.
I'll Y II IF Pi it ill I'M! MLB.
Mr. tiillnes, of Telilli'sse-i', endeav
ored to be hoard above Ihe noise and
confusion. As ho sal down, by coin
tmind of the t'hitlr, be manngeil lo nmv
that the bill was loaded with all kind
of npproprlul Ions lo take cure' of and
suppress the "nioulh Mild fool ilKcnse,
hollow horn, and hollow lull." bill look
nw.ty from Hie farmer the few seeds
that he every jenr looked lor ward
( ro cdv Iter.
This new outburst of eloiinct on
Ihe part of Mr. Ualnes threw the-House-
Into convulsive- lau.:hter.
When the ini'inbers had partially re
oovi'ivd their composure Mr. liabns
rushed dow u the nb le. curry lug' n nias-c
ol nuiniscrlpl In both bands, holding It
aloft. !io,tlng Unit bo hid huinlr
ol IcMi is from farmers favoring fre
As chairman Winlsworth reiichod out
his hand for them, Mr. liaines laid
Iheui mi 11 ilesk nnd bi'gim pull1' c front
the bunch vatlotts eloclimetils It
developed that among lhe-e ' bun
Is" i.f elcr there wi'te- an nun U
ally large portion of bills of various
softs and other "pll'i. elocs" that bad
no relevancy lo Ihe s I ipiestlotl
Liiiii the members shrieked nnd
gathered in tho sle, forcing the
chairman to resort t - ev erv pari la
ment. irv I'Vpedielll til Bce-lin- order.
When tho bill Clime- up for II vote-
tlie flee s Is Wen- continued bv it
vole i.f l.VI b SL'. A fight for Ihe- 11 but
Miuieii! of the frii') se-ed practice will
continue, for it Is bi'llcvi'd that the
sending out of the pack ages are of tin
practical benefit In the farming class.-
of the country, and It 1h safe to my
that ni'M years bill will find "'" up
proptialioli for those fe U omitted
when il eiiiiies from the eommitte-'
and the probabilities are that bv Hint
time a li. .ilority ot Itie ineinbcrs of llie
HoiiM- vv.il sii.po:l the committee.
ts'.ic' fl;e wnrld's iMitinal
of gold has doubled.
There are now one- million pension
ers oil the pension p-lls of the I 111 I I
PA UMER IMMIURA X Ts.
iumc of Our ( UUcns MaIio Good
I in nicru But Tour City Dwcllcm.
Many of our Italian liiiinlgrnntu an
good 1, 11 mce. , oltcr their fashion of
Intuitions InicmilvK I'tiltlvnlliin. They
ate wietchedly poor, but llu'y are chll
nun ol Ihe soil nud whir" Hu-y eii-e-n-i.ionally
do get Into H'" muno run
icniiil ii.cupiii Ion In thl" country llo-y
in.ii.i' rood funnel's nml eventually
gi mil 1 1 1 1 .ens.
The riea'er part of the Imnilgriinli,
111 f.nl, now pouring 1 11 to I In- country
aie heller epialilli'd for agricultural
and hi hi ic uliuiat punnillx than for
any oil.ei 1, Tin no puiHUllM wore th-li 1
In then Ihiiopeaii liotiieH, ami hut for
icil.iin ibiiii iiUh'S they would liiitunil
ly icon lo t lii-iii here. The Irotihlo Is.
Hide In nobody ready, Art It gelii'inl
tliiiu:. 10 oifcr tin iu emplo) uii'iii , in
ci'iniiii, in tin- laud, nnd trtiUMporlii
tinii to the laud hi Jnoro or e-i;i i-kpoil-xlve.
On the other hand, thorn are al
ways e oiiii.e toiH ready lo ciu-tuge' thetti
lor r.tiii o.ol. mining nud idmllar em
pov nn iils In Ibe tiealxi.ird iitillctt, and
Houicilttiis lu oilier Sinb'H; morn often
they Minplv I'l itle down In tho big nud
already iuiii.i i tol e tlicH. The-y lakit
whit I hey ctin fit. and. inure- i-spo.
i-,i I ly . what will bo iiiohI illiely lo e-n-llble
them to cnoV Ihe e'Olltluneil I'OIII-
pauloin.hip of their Icllow 1 tti tn Iwrti ri 1
Ihe newcomer cpiieds the lsiittloti
which will itiiniilly ho his lot if lie Me.
1 1 pts employ melit on II farm.
I'liih r the f.ti tbthli'd plan of tln
nu ll who aie iiiIoni.liiK some Wc-Mle-rn
mens, purl 1 -1 1 1 ai i v In Cnliforula mil
NcW .Mt Vlio. nil theiio illllll llllle-H lire
molded 1 itini i' or ngriciiituriHt a it
the same nationality are- brought In
Cctlni, ami Invited to Im'i'iiIiih owio-m
of small It I'll, soil In ttli'tn on ea.y
c. a v
i v er i
1 1 a .c i. t of pood land, mi 1 1
1 id the price- of which h
i i;:-. piiv 111 labor for olln ri
i .iMi. 1 tlve proionit Ion to tbi
lie in 1 .'nint . e-npecbilly when.
1 ,1 he. too. In- may lm mu
le I I . ot!
oti of Ii Is own t'lce
I II altl'.'ldv demon
very prohl.iblo to the
at Ion ag.i .1 e
of i-.iiner'm m ide In it 1
1 1st ve-ar was .'WNt.eKtu.
-ll Ollel.lNKI. geiie-r
1 niej-.i was a 11 utim u.il
It Mi'i'dve', 1
lilt.. -rt. 1 1 i.'l.
fe.-l b'.-h ami
mountain In tAdorrtelci
1,1-1, and the lie-it H
Plk-'H Peak Is 11, MS
there nro 1 went v moun
tain! In Colorado bllu r than thli.
the t'l '-t CXpctlslve flsll 'tl tho fll'l
matkcM of tin- I'lilted Stale- Is th
I'.ligl'sli sob Which retii;1 . I t nboiit
V ' V ' l ilt s per pound
Around the wort
ttir r,r bauliful Ji.-ilnr.il eirnny. Till f i f f jrcit r la'ilii.nal Talur,
and ptace-s that -ac .-,,1 i 1 o u 1 . 1 knrw ,ilj'ut. '
Laughable, Interesting and
exciting scenes from every
land A set of views of
absorbing interert and a
beautiful aluminum, Crys
tal lens stereoscope for
Hundred-, of people ore dally Uklng d
vnlage of our very liberal anJ
decidedly interesting offer.
MuRnifiri-ntly ftii t,i d nnd ifnisitedy rnlnr.l
I liel., .r A 111 .uiir i. II, c mil i, ,ial r old lltntrf.
A liie-.l ,li ri t fend itilrrrsl inn Miiv 1 irl,
en ii'-ur j.Miiiii yiriK iireund ihe K!,.tir, virinif
I l.ic-r i.f k"-.'1'! inlirrM, itiosl lir.iiiiifn krrnrry
l, 1111 nli i.n and kiyl.i, i,f li.ivrl. I nn. mirrct
1 ml in-.t rort e .11 1, ,11, l 11. , I, l.vtty vie-w iin r!nal
1 to I ' t r 'J Ii in mim.il n,l..r, on rffn t nrvrr ho
fell- iimmiril rn rpiinir hi tunny tiinr il,r cmi.
Ihrsr Mf-, il 1 11 t I .ill? f.etlir of thr nest nefrf
fbirn in 1 tic woi Id - no 11 11 1.-1 1 11 nernrry, wnlrtlall
iiii'l 'Jliir bun., in n.iinr.il i.lirimnii-na v,mr ,, thn
W'Tl-l s Mi,. t iniMiM l,iiil,finK,, ,l; r, ,, ImiMnrjl
ino-irM iind ,l.i,r f.,m,,i,.. ,,r ,rji,u nrtlnirc-
rr.iMiMK. 11 U'HS, IIUIIMIC. IlkrilCl.Cl CI
Among the beautiful, scenes. from every land, are the following:
Ye-llowrtone P.irk ; Sw
War; A Klelldykr ( .'nnj
"albtili.-ll, Ki.lli id.iiii ;
t.lcxiri City; l'.lii,fi,,r
( kit 1 arii.'uu'.i Pink ; ( ,,
'.11 Alij f m Tt'.ard a Ibi',t!nn Mnn-nf-;
1 aiiioti'i J rrry lii,,it, ,Sau i-'rai 1 tc ;
M o 11 1 1 11 penr, Pans; .Slrr-t S, nr,
o ilnieri II. i n-.pi t tintf a fC'-viiiii-iii :
Pl.inl -.tn.n ; 1 J 14 ll,e Pi'i- al ll.r
-f T'rc i
'lay Nrrit Pal
1 l,..k..ut M.
Jbcana. C ul, a; Public
n 111, In. at Srrno on.
a. Ilr, il.e
I ami. I
ll I ..,..1,1,
ft,r Missusipiii ; e,ar,rii e .rilerin.ini-, Pah-Mux ; 'I tip -.Satinnal
. If, lli.l ill VV J' lllllk't'.li : '11,- Panllie-i'll lit P'tliir : I k-vlan,l
lit fiiagaia Fall-; iJavid'n Ju,l6'ii,int ,Se-al, Jirusaliiu; Inlcner
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Now we come to our great, special .offers ,R.ead our plan carefully as it describes
the stereoscope and tells how to secure'the scope and views at almost no cost to you.
First the Stereoscope. 5r'r7m!7X rru ,n" seo.eoP,.
.. . .. , ' ..in, ii.ih ii ti ii ii vrivri. rrnm is b ui
I lei l! aiiiL-m tiiid In illuncy, i' iulIh. hi diumtlir,
lumirmm, widi iiatrnt fulilitiK liandlff. Hie li-nse-i are txtia f.ne ipialily, it Ic
ground bum Ltil quality glai. and carefully ailju:.tcd.
in the- bicinrsi r,f
.slif c.srepis, and
Hov to net it. .vTnK'1
have tuinf! fir naT!;. Wr ore piililiilniu of ( il'pc il' U N p y.
ana we iiivr. iiiiu iieauiiiui cryiiiai ic-.ns, eniiiiiiiiiiiu hirriNiMjrijuj
anil 'JA jdmtii-vit-ws in tialurai colnrii nly it juriiiiinii. ,,r
irttiriif Mib.Mjubers; and buys and (fills am &ini,ly tailing ,vrr
tlit ln-i Ivid In M-i lire; I l-c- j,ri-liiium. OJ'J'OU I I . J I Y m
lianilseinc ,1 and l".-.t tiiii-iit inaazine in Amcriia. ItrnntifuHy
prinlid en line l',,cr, ,r,,lu,ily il Iu -tratid in Jiall l,,n, i, n,
c,l ibe ff lu.irltattle elrve-luinni nl uin n in all parts of iLe
cniintry, t pu ially ol llic W i .t, iimkr irrit!atinn, and thr Hunib r
fill C'iiii'r'iriitie-is in agricultural, industrial and ciiium iriid
lines uwailinif tlie fir'.t c,,iiir-ic, cuntainiuif &' eleilirb and purtraiw
cl bum-ssfid iiic-ii and womiii, clrliKblful Mnriei, e-ntrriaiiiinjf and
useful liiiiiier leading, fa .liimis, etc., fur till ItiR family. It i, a
niaxazine that will icaihly fimi a wi-lronie and iri.vc a blessing
la an liumc-. Jt ii publishe d nn.ntlily at f,'n.a year.
ACT AT ONCIi and &.ldrck
ill rnil tliii brauiifiil slereoirono
'I ,,i,,,l .'.ii
arurs Mini. In anv one ul,,, will ,.,,,1 ....i ...
a ne w buuse-i i, nuns al linn, ae li, ami luc. lur
'i ih'w i,ubsni,ii,,im at r.'ii-. . nli and Mr. additional-S1..1ti ill all:
I new Kiil.sii ij.i u.il al (iiii. and fiUc. .i,ililiiiii.il- ll.iKI in all.
l.a'll Mile CI IJilli.ll 11,111 n- lli.it (i huliu- uno niliir than
j.., .'ill .niuni; uu- inner.
A I- -.v I'.AKS AC, (I A CM'IIIT AS Cnrill A -i iiiu
lilH'l.ll 1' ICIk A c 1-r li. ss
( HI l.l Mil II W K llld.M
J 11 . J l. Deil.l.AKS.
I Vim linn'! e ven need it aamplr n.py ti. icet llicso Milimrin
mils, l,t ,1 y,, want nuc wrile nml we will ennl it l.y r.-lum
mad. by our bheial ulli r rvnv faun v ,., ,,k ..i . ..
ami win-n you Ki t it we will i.n ., i ' f. r
HLwa, 4 whicU v.e liuv tbuu-audu aubjecta tu aelict
OPPORTUNITY. 279 Dearborn
B. Scni mutmj ufc way, but DON'T tend rhu-.k aon ymir lncul bunk.
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