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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT

AND OTHER DESIRABLE SECURITIES FOR INVESTORS

All Stocks and Bonds listed on the New York Stock Exchange Bought and Sold on Commission for Cash.

Deposit Accounts Received Subject to Draft at Sight. HARVEY FISK & SONS, BANKERS,

28 Nassau Street, New York.

THE FIDELITY & CASUALTY COMPANY.

Losses paid to January 1st, 1888, $1,181,096.86.
Assets, July 1, 1888,

736,082.55. FIDELITY DEPARTMENT.

Bonds of Suretyship for persons in positions of trust, such as officers and employees of cor

porations, administrators, etc., etc., etc. CASUALTY DEPARTMENT.

Policies insuring persons against accidents, plate glass against breakage, and steam boilers

against explosion.

OFFICERS: WM. M. RICHARDS, President, GEO. F. SEWARD, Vice-President, ROBT. J. HILLAS, Secretary. GENERAL OFFICES, Nos. 214 & 216 Broadway, New York City. Type, Presses and Printers' Requisites.

ESTABLISHED 1853.
VANDERBURGH, WELLS & CO.,

HOWSON & HOWSON
Printers' and Engravers' Warehouse,

Counsellors at Law Solicitors of Patents 16 and 18 Dutch, cor. Fulton St., N. Y. Engravers' Turkey Boxwood, etc. - Machinists' Pattern Letters.

Philadelphia Offices: 119 South Fourth Street

New York: Potter Building, 38 Park Row
NEIL MACDONALD, President. M. A. WILDER, Vice-President.

Washington, D. C.: 915 F Street
WM. T. PRATT, Secretary. V. A. WILDER, Treasurer.
THE NEW YORK RAILWAY SUPPLY CO., Limited,
40 & 42 Wall Street, New York.

INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADA.
RAILWAY EQUIPMENT.

Nos. 921 and 923 Chest out Street. Steel Rails, Locomotives, Cars, etc. Second-hand Equipment

ASSETS

.... $12,600,259.03

SURPLUS. and Rails.

2,469,841.67

"A SOLID policy in a SOLID company is a SOLID comRAILWAY ENTERPRISES AND SECURITIES NEGOTIATED.

fort in any situation of life."

PENN MUTUAL LIFE

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Your ceiling is cracked and broken. Look at something new, neat and durable.

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Ladies, if you desire the most stylish, and in every particular The reputation of our famous Dongola Kid Button
the most satisfactory Boot for in and outdoor wear, one that is Boots are such that they need no comment from us, but suffice
fully warranted, and equal to any $5.00 French Kid'Boot in the it to say that for style, finish and durability, they are
market, write us at once, enclosing 82.75, and 25 cts, to unexcelled by any Ladies' Boot sold at retail, for double
prepay express or postage, and we will send to any address one the money. They are thoroughly made in the latest Opera
pair of our famous French Tanned Kid Button Boots, Toe and Common Sense Styles, both for Ladies and
the stock of which is so tanned as to render them soft as a glove Misses, in all sizes and widths. Each pair is warranted strictly
to the feet, but of great durability, and of a beautiful finish, as represented, and will be sent to any address upon receipt of
giving the exact resemblance to the finest French Kid, but are only $2.00, and 25 cts. to prepay express or postage. In
tougher, will not flake up, and will wear three times as long, ordering either kind,

be sure to mention size and width wanted, This Boot on account of its softness, is particularly and which you desire, and we will guarantee a fit. Also, if you adapted to tender feet, and is made in both Opera Toe will mention this publication, will send a beautiful white-handle and Common Sense Styles, in sizes 2% to 7, all widths. button-hook free, with each pair of Boots advertised.

As to onr responsibility, we refer to the National Express Co., (Capital $15,000,000), of Boston. These Boots are manufactured expressly for our trade through the

mails, and can be had only by addressing

THE DONGOLA BOOT AND SHOE CO., 178 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass.

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STRICTLY ON BUSINESS. CITIZEN (poking his head out of a back windoro). See here, Uncle Rastus, what are you doing around my hen coop at this hour of the night?

UNCLE RASTUS (promptly). I was gwine to ast yo', mistah Smif, ef yo' don' wan' ter git dat hen coop whitewashed. It needs it bad, 'deed it do.

"Owl" Campaign Light

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TRADE-MARK REGISTERED.

THE ONLY COLORED CAMPAIGN LIGHT yet introduced burning odorless red fire, free from smoke, and brilliant in color, each light lasting from fifteen to twenty minutes, and giving a volume of flame and illamination always satisfactory. A perfectly safe, reliable and easy article to use ; retaining their good qualities, if kept in a dry place, any length of time, being made from the purest of chemicals and gums, which will not take fire from spontaneous combustion as cheap-made, cheap-priced, fires will surely do.

Since the introduction of the “Owl” Light by us in 1884, they have been adopted and used by all the great Political Campaign Committees, Yacht and Toboggan Clubs, Snowshoe and Mardi-gras Organizations. For

Processions, Illuminations, Night Parades, etc., they will be found on trial immensely superior to any other similar article made for the purpose or in imitation of them.

The “Owl” Light is packed in wooden boxes for safe transportation, 1 dozen each, with several neat wood handles in each box, on which the lights are fitted and conveniently used. Two sizes are manufactured, viz: No. 1 OWL LIGHT (+ size), 8 inches long, each one burning from 8 to 10 minutes. $4.00 per dozen. No. 2 OWL LIGHT (full size), 144 inches long, each one burning from 15 to 20 minutes. $6.00 per dozen.

(Dummy samples furnished free by mail to dealers interested.) On the receipt by mail or express of the advertised price as above, we will deliver these Lights, EXPRESS FREE in 2 dozen lots and over, anywhere this side of the Rockies. Address MASTEN & WELLS, 18 Hawley St., Boston, Mass,

FIREWORK MANUFACTURERS. Send for our General Oatalogue of Fire-works, Campaign Outfits, Flags, Lanterns, etc. A SPECIAL PRICE TO JOBBERS, CAMPAIGN AND YACHT CLUBS UPON APPLICATION.

ASK AT THE TOY SHOPS TO SEE THE

ANCHOR

STONE BUILDING BOXES

THE BEST TOY OUT! Real Stone Blocks

STONE COLOR, RED BRICK

AND SLATE
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CASTLES,

For $1.75 or $2.00
PALACES,

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These BUILDING BLOCKS ERBRIDGES,

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blocks, and are a never-ending

source of entertainment to STREETS,

YOUNG AND OLD. LIGHTHOUSES, TOWERS,

A CLEVER PRESENT and all kinds of Buildings.

For Children and Adults. An interesting Book entitled "The Toy the Child Likes Best,” containing Catalogue of sizes and prices, Illustrated with Colored Plates, giving all particulars, will be sent post

free to any address on application to

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F. AD. RICHTER & CO., Sole Manufacturers. 310 BROADWAY, N. Y.

5 O O BULBS FOR $ 8.75.

HYACINTHS, TULIPS, CROCUSES, LILIES, NARCISSUS, Etc.
WE deliver at express offices in New York City for United States, and in Toronto for Canada,

the following selected bulbs in various colors and shades for out-door planting from the famous bulb farms of

ANT. ROOZEN & SON, Overveen (near Haarlem), Holland:
18 Hyacinths.

15 Daffodils, single and double. 50 Variegated Crocus.
25 Single Tulips.
12 Pheasant's-Eve Narcissus.

12 Snowdrops (Galanthus nivalis). 25 Double Tulips.

12 Single Sweet-Scented Jonquils. 36 Spanish Iris.
24 Scarlet Duc van Tholl.

75 Large Golden-Yellow Crocus. 15 Scilla Siberica.
12 Exhibition Tulips.
50 Blue Crocus.

24 Grape Hyacinths.
12 Parrot Tulips.
50 White Crocus.

18 Triteleia Uniflora (Spring Star 15 Polyanthus Narcissus.

Flower).
TA pamphlet on cultivation free with each order. Address the sole agent for the United States
and Canada. Handsome Illustrated Catalogue upon application.
Mention SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE. J. TER KUILE, 31 Broadway, N. Y., P. O. Box 2494.

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BORN IN HER. Miss CLARA: “Yes, I enjoyed the Opera last evening very much, Ethel, and afterwards, the supper at Delmonico's. Mr Featherly is a delightful escort."

Miss ETHEL (a bosom friend): “Do you know, Clara, I think you would make a very skilful violin player."

Miss CLARA : “Why?"
Miss ETIEL: “You have such a natural aptitude for working a beau."

THE ART INTERCHANGE

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offers a four months' subscription i.e. EIGHT copies of the paper and SEVEN colored studies for

$1.55. The studies in color are MENDING NETS IN BRITTANY, by WALTER SATTERLEE (figure sketch); A SUMMER DAY, by VAN ELTEN (landscape); THE WRECK (marine); DUTCH BOATS ON THE SCHELDT, by BUNNER; A WOODLAND BROOK (landscape) ; NORTH CAROLINA CABBAGE WOMAX; and a STUDY OF MORNING GLORIES.

Any one of these studies sold for 30 cents.

Twenty-six colored studies and twenty-six copies of the paper offered in subscription for $4.00. Send stamp for Ulustrated catalogue.

THE ART INTERCHANGE, 37 and 39 West 22d Street,

New York. Meption SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE.

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ILLUSTRATED
FASHION CATALOGUE

For Fall and Winter, 1888-89,
WILL BE READY FOR DELIVERY SEPTEMBER 10, 1888.

No lady residing out of toron
can afford to be without it, be-

Na sa
cause : It is the largest and most
complete shopping guide to be
found in this country ; it contains
over 2,000 handsome lithographs
and wood cuts, Illustrating and
listing everything for Ladies',

FALL WINTER
Gents', Children's, and Infants'
Wear, Housekeeping Goods, etc.,
etc., at the same prices these
goods are offered over our count-
ers, which means lower than
those of any other house in
the United States.

Every article guaranteed as
represented, or will be ex-
changed or money refunded.

Goods delivered FREE OF CHARGE (under certain conditions) at any express office in the United States.

Applications for Catalogue, inclosing Six Cents for Postage, should be sent in At Once, as this edition is limited. Sixth Ave. and 20th Street, New York.

Mention SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE,

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