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3. U WEEiY,
THE FJ.AO OF TIIK TRESS.
If, 14 not nf stilt or of hnntln
Tnianasf that nil trrantt
It hat no heraldic devices.
Of sanflnifn. e-nles. ailire.. vert, or.
It color in aside and arrant)
lu rirannM paper and 'n.
The. spirits nf snrmfediro and freedom.
And winterer aueh spirits mat- think.
And Its hrrnMry's simple enough,
Jntn rr.anr eolumna nor panel
Hot In them l foiiiht without reaalns;
Tho hattla that Freeslnm mint waire.
The warfare of rood aratnutevfl.
Of weakness In Piilt airalnst mlt-lit.
Of Itrnorsneeseelilna: for knowlcda-e,
l)f wrona; In contention with right.
It flutter In -mfo nI palseet
li found In the worklnirman'a hand.
Worn free than theensljlswiiof freeslom,
It dares every wronsr to withstandi
It pares nnt for Kleif nor far Kalscrt
NO ukase, can fof It w7J
When It nnrea the conflict of Freedom,
Then klnirdams an J Kings pass away.
Fir oyer In world, paper tlanner.
r Ndhle and araant dnfcasl
Vor tho banner of Freedom la fee
When It fltea with tho not- of t
Fir orarthe armleaof knawlertret
no forth with the armlet of rlithtt
In eottare, In palace. In senate.
Fly.' lianoorof freodom and I.'inM
-LOIH. K D,rr. In V. 1. faU)Kndtof,
mr. TRAIKIK CIHCI-E.
"Wisconsin tjloneer'a Adrentnre In an
Klectrtntl Storm In tStG.
livery traveler who, In Iho earlr tvr
of Wisconsin, traverses! tho pralrfn will
rsiirmbor to hare teen rinjja or Hrenlnr
mmScoon tnn iciml, of almost every
steo, varying In illameior from fire hji to
fifteen nmt oven twenty fst The eir
olos wero often the snlijevt of miieti
conr.nent tinl spec ilztn, anil many
an evening was spent in tho mrly slays
of the Stale by traveksra nm! otJer In
attempt to iatolhyihly veo;mt for
them, nml to explain the wimou that !ml
to their formation. Thny not tinfrn
fjncntly riomlll tho track mtule In
woilern tly by tho trnmoln rounfi the
!ior(.a.jJowor of n thrnililnif-maohlns.
Ko mall- Iwir luxuriant m&htM tho
p-an.nl IierbnOT nrownil the Iyi nf
tho dlrclo, find nho in tho nrea of It,
them to nlwnya n trsck of a foot or
two in wiilth nroiinil tho area, on wbloh
nothing but a for coamo nnil hnnly
wecl anil funpi pnr Varlon were
Hie reaMna aelgned by to Unit iwitleru
for the formation of thoo ring. Some
rui frteij that thoV wnro cixunul Jiv tho
tctherinsj of an Imllan pony, anif that
tli 'vritof edga vrMM furai lie couhl
crop tho jrraa while no tethertvi. An
other aerliil that tho fomalu elk hto
ilcfnmleit heryotin from the attack of
in woivo, ami tnnt tho ontor mgm or
track whom nothing grew were eau-txl
by tho pnwlnjfi of hor foid-feet Still
another rnaon ati?neil wa that in
very early HnWan Jnilinn. contlomnml
lo tortun'.vni tleil to a stake alriTen In
the pralrio-Rrounil, nntl that ho win
'jirulo to run rotiml at tho nxtremo eml
of n ropo f Htenwl to hU hotly, ami that
lil fN't airlklny oonllnuoinly in one
track iimt worrr oxit lu Rroiinil, which
remained barren. tiineruu othor
ineorleavcronilTn "rd, none, liowmcr,
UscrlbltlL' Iho ciroloa tj lliclr trim I'mim
Few inun have ever neon ono of thitcti
circii-H inado, nnil na I may bo clamed
n"'K uio'o very ion, i iiirtoio in tlio
ollowin rolatn to doaerlbo wJicn ami
how ono of thojo (irnlrlo clrclwi wna
dinilcd, on tlioTprnlrlo lyln lwtwcen
Fox f.nko nnil I,ak. Ilmlly In Ilotlso
County. It might bo rcmnrkoil, how
oyer, that tho atntmucnt U written out
from niitct fml lotir; ivo, to form ono
of fluoric of gtorum of early V.'Ihcoii
In life, nnil furlncr it la as rolatotl ono
rcu'nK ,p " Mmp.i for thclr nmtio
menu It wna itt tSe fall of 1810 whnn
tho occurrence took place, and during
ono of thoao Ihtitulor-otorma not un
frequent In th.it autnnior. It wn, too,
dunn-r n tcmpoUtimn night, auoh n
ono at Ibinii dojoribed in "Tarn ()'
Miantcr:1' " J!"1 ,,,n, ''w ' ',',,,' ''town Ita tat,
The rntillntr hower ro on Hie li!t:
inn peljr trlHina tlio-lrtrVnM wllowtl,
'Mini nlirliL n Milltl rnlilit nntfaaMfafi,
w. 'i"' piui (in imi inurMiflr ubihiwiiii
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fill OTIim III Itf II I II1
J 11 UP II IU1 lHlflllfHW i, HU iMIIMl.'
I had been wnt for the doctor for n
nelRhlmr leported in nruent nred of n
b) at -inn a aenit4, and had gnllopwl
Mir tho prnlrlo llh Iho miitteringB of
the jrn tlicring lorin all nliout mo. Tho
tiliialeinn nt llrat ibellntil to to. but on
my representation that tho uoiunti wan
ihnthlvalok atnrtodwlth mo. It wai
now nixlH. Tho npon pralrin wna at
bat three inlloa nerow, with but a
iierk of oponingi and thicket, which nt
mm point rnttaorf It IhrrrOad jinialtig
through tho nnrrow.1 part of tho
thii kct. Ity tlio time wo lind ronoliod
tho iiigli ground of the prnirlo it wa
eon that tho Morm wn nearer than wo
hail aupjKMcd it to 1m wlion in tho val
!'. Tiiongli to Mime extent really
terrlfio, thcro wn ytt aomelhlng grntnl
nml oven glorloiM In tlio whole ncono.
To tho northweat thero wim nil lm-ini-nae
l.nnk of cloud, thu ut)er cdg4
of which wero frequently lighted up
Willi tho repeatedly piercing ilinho of
lightning, Fending n ahcen tlirough
them nnd allvcrlno; for nn Inttnnt their
edgoa with n brllllaney and brlghtnwn
tliatwtt nlmoit ilnzJltig. Ktory mo.
metit or no a heavier tlmh llglited up
Hie lower uIsm, or atreakod tlio horlon
hue with a Mulsh or livid look, laitlng
In.wover only for hn Instant An If mi
le ipailng thu luHionding danger, lilglita
if biriN wero iilalnly hcanl atorlieiul.
Intermingled with tlio ixiream of tho
turlow. and tho iecullar wiord notm of
tho plover, nml tho bur-zlng aounda of
the gromo, n they hurrlwl to n placo
of afet and ahtltcr from tho now rai
i'lly nppnhtchlngatonu, waatliu twltlcr
Ing of tlio amnller blnU, in all by n com
mon itiAtluct wero Hoeing tho dangor
that thronloiimllhom. Looking upward
there waa no jirreeptlblo motion in the
ilnca tlin itlJInOM ivm iinlnful. Tho
Mhole nipoct of tho lienvens wan
rliungeil. Kefpro ascending the inellno
to the high ground there win npparvnt
!. (oiiio ehaiico to eaenpo tho Morm nnil
riui'li our destination bofore It burst
iipmi ii. Now It wna too plainly to bo
wen Hint a few moment mom and It
Mould ho down upon ua with n font fill
force. Tho moon, nonrly at its full,
had n Blek'y glare in It light, it if tim
idity liad noizod It, mid It win cenred nt
the aceno ovor which It looked. Tho
liorws wore cldi'iitly frightened. There
wna only one road, mid Hint but a faint
ono iicrosa the prnlrlo, with, however, a
deeply Indunted Jmllnii Irnllupon which
we wero travcliiig, thu hornea olinglng
tenaciously to It,
Tho horaoi ahowed atill moro foar, nnd
thofpilvrrliitrof thoir llwih wat plainly
felt tliroiigh tlio anddlo lliipn, anil their
atiortlnga, nnd now frvquuiii pnwinga,
lidded Mill moro to our loally unpleiis
nnt nosltloiia. What if tho horo
.hould lireak hway from us, nnd tho
Morm rnntimio nil night, mid wo ulono
on Iho pralrluP No cllort on our part
.-oiild inako tits frlghtokid bensts move
from tho spot to which they socm riv
eted with fright. Tho clouds woro by
this time merged Into ono black hollow,
overhanging who small spuuo of clear
ground around us, as if n hugo black
cauldron was liivtilcd and do.odnillng
to cover u. For several seconds thorn
wus no lightolugi Iho lowinuttorlugacf
tho tliuiiilor seemed moro distant, nud,
though coiutaiit, njiieared to ba reced
ing. Thero was, howover, nstllluoss in
our Immediate vicinity that whs .omi
nous of Hmcthlmr Impending mid to fol
low, hut what? Vo could not divine
.All nt onoo tlio thunder conned cut I re
ly, nud thu sllencu wan Hi on truly droad
In) to boar. At last a Hash of blight,
nnd wlilto llnmodnrtud across tlio black
arch Imiii'ln,' over us, illuminating the
vast dome, but roveallug no outlet for
our t'swi-w, could no Inivo tirgud tho
horses to move All mi darknea.
dread and quietness, Tho horses s'l
denly, without perunptlfile oatrw,
crowdeil together, and so quick wa
their action that wo wero nearly im
soatcd. They kept presalng agtilnat
each other, and with such force that
our positions wero becoming painful.
Thoir ears wero extended, with tlieir
ri'ieki arehetl. they were lookfna; Intent
'y In one dlroetlon, and apparently at
ono point. Tho air was getting more
cloao, and the dlHieiilty In our breath
ing waa Jioeomlng groater, btit atlll
more awful lioentnn the now perfect
The hearing ef enrown henrts
Waa al tho aotutd we latinl "
Again and ngafn, in rapid siiMeMkm,
flnahM of lightning shot athwart Hmj
sky, follow! inatnntly by slwirt eliipe
of thunder, whieh evlilonily waa turn
ing noarer to ua. Our horae, if pinal
Wo, more frightened than before, were
now crmieMng so near the ground lk.'t
ol.r feet nearly tfliiehotl. A double
Hash of glare lightning lichled tip the
dark vanlt nltovo ta wfth aateh bril
liancy that mir eyes were UxM, and
we h.-ul to cloao them. Still another
burst of lightning onmn, bluer ami yet
brighter than the former fbuibea. with
a peal of thunder instantly fnllowicf,
that seemed to rwml the earth beneath
ti. The ls Ifctsh and rmllre thunder
waa stioeeedml by another streak nt
light, a. bright tttat everytWng noar n
waa made phtln as noonday, awl re
vealml the clootor with Ida Irnmts
pressed together as If In prayer, aad,
when the owlet followed, tho words:
" From lightning and tempeei nod from
siiddnn death, unod I.rd. deliswr Ma,"
were plainly hennl. as I waa lii-tening
Intently to catch any syllable that might
fall from his lips.
A moment or two inore of stlllneM
followed, when there waa an opening
in the gloomy darkness, anil front
thence came a Burst of fUme. neither
white, nor bine, nor any color we had
ever seen. It wim really Horrid, chill
Inglr. dresdfnlly ifmreiMing nml
frightful. It waa evident that the
hoMorf woro sinking under the fright
they had so long folk Their limbs
trembled tinder them, ami the quiver
ings of the. iioor boasts imparted a
trembling to their riders. We both no
ticed how iher invariably looked
toward ono point of the ooninnss.
seeming to strain every nerve to catch
sight of something, a If led to do so
bv Instinct. Stiddonlr the doctirr
grabbed my ami, and yelled out with
a piercing stirioK tint startled the
horses as well as myself. See! flood
Far off to tho northwest, nml high tip
In tlio il'imo that now appeared largir
than ever, was a small blue speck, alone
In tho deep blaok darkne4. It seemed
like a star, yet so Intensely blr.-i that the
eyo tHtcnmo dasaleil In an Install, and
tho sight had to bo averted, unable to
stand tho g.io. We both turned our
hnnda away at tho same moment.
Again wo looked at the blue ball that
waa mpitlly approaching us. As it
nmred our snot the Miienesa tiocnme
Htlll mnro txllllant, until the tain nt
noonday waa not more powerful in
brf"htnrM of light. All at onro the
ball, as If propound from a gun, Iwirat
Into a ring with a bright hluo center,
Its extreme outer odjroa of lleren nnd
irlnrlng orango color, and enlarging na
it ocaccnucii until it was sovcrtl feot In
iiinmeier, nnd striking the ground,
from which a olrelo ofllanio shot tm.
and inyrlnds of sparka filled tho nlrnenr
Tho horses, at tho Initnnt tho rintr of
flro struck tho carlli. whlrlod rnuml.
and onlr hv rhnnro ilM ulilme nf n.
keep In our saddles. As if rsllnved
from tho fright they had so long
suiTored, they started oft nt a gallop.
u inKinirua uomo minutes ijeiom wo
could qulot them down to an onllnnry
trol, thoir heads. In suite of our efi'orta.
kept turning toward tho spot where
tho lightning, or moteor, or uleotrfcltv,
or whatever It was, had soared the
ground. Tho rain waa now coming
down In torrents, mid tho lioraea' f.wt
were splashing, ns they trotted along In
Hie Indian trail they followed. The
unrKiiosa waa soon tusaipaiMi, ami In a
few minutes wo could imgln to dlatlti
guiah the otilllno nf the thickets and
timber Hint skirted tho prairie, and by
tho time wo reached tlio Iok-Iiouso from
whence. I started, tho storm, with the
exception of the lighter rain, some fow
Hashes o lllant and fast-receding
light nlng. with an occnalnnnl olap of
thundrr. was nearly ovor.
"How was tho slek woman when
you got tlicro?" asked ono of tho list
eners. aho was foun'il try the doctor sitting
up nil right, nnd smoking her pipe," fa
common practice lu thoedivys) was the
"Tlionyoit lind your ride for noth
ing?'' said nnnthor.
"To have bouii Out In sueli n storm,
and see ono ol tlmso elrules "mnile, wni
worth half a lifetime."
Did) on go to Hie place the next
' Voa, nnd wo found Hint tho ground
was soared Into tho distance of several
Inches. All tho grass was burned oil' lu
a ring nbottt fifteen or ofghttxm inalies
wide, and about twelve or fifteen inches
nomas. On tho Insldn. where the inua
was not burned nt nil, the rain stopiel
the flro from Hprondlnir. The doctor,
long alnoe dead. frqe-nlly stioke of Ida
night on the pmlrifl. whnn he saw the
prairie olrelo made. He has a nephew,
now living nt Portage, who has often
hoard him rel'itn bis account nf the in
cident nbovo dosei-llmd. He Imil his
own theory nbout it, and what caused
it, but whfoh seoinetl Inovpllcabletoanv
i... i i.i.. if J
"Did you evor find nn thing In any
hook nbout such occurrence?'' wns
" Vos, nftersonrobliir throunh nil tho
lnioki I could find that triMfutlon cloo
trloity, llglitnliig. etc., I nt last discov
ered the following explanation of tho
phonomenn in "'lite llotnule (innlen. a
jiocm lu two parts, containing the llcon
oiuy of Vegetation and tlio I.Ives of
l'lniits," by Krnsnius Darwin, M. 1).,
Loudon, 18J6. It Is lumded, "i'elry
"There Is n iihunnmeiioii, supposed lo
bo electric, which la yet unaooouutiHl
fort I moan tho fairy rings, its thuy are
called, so often m-on on tlio grills. Tlio
numerous UhsIios of lightning wliluli oc
cur every summer aw. I believe, goner
idly dUcliurgodoii thoeartli. iindscliUm
(if ever) from ono cloud to another.
Moist trees nro tho most frequent oou
duotors of the llnshos of llglitniug, and
I urn Informed by p'uivhiuor of tho
wood that iuiiuniernblo tn-os are thus
crooked mid Injured. Al other times
larger parts of prominences uf clouds
gradually slnVIng as they move along
are dischnrguo on tho moUter inrls of
grasty plains. Novr Hils knol or corner
of a cloud In being .Vtraoitnl by the
earth will become nearly lyhudrlcnl as
loose wool would do when drawn out
Into a thread, and will stiiko ue oartli
with a stream of oloutrlolty, porhaps
two or ton yards In dlanietir. Now, as
u stream ol oleetriulty displaces tho air
It pujBCs through, it is plain no part of
tho grass onu bo burnt by It. but just
the external riug of this cylinder, whoro
tho grass can liavo aecea to tho air,
blneo without air nothing can bo cal
olnod. This earth, after having boon
so cabined, becomes a richer noil, nml
oithor fungi or n bluer grass for many
years marks the place.
"That lightning displaces tho air in
Its passage Is evinced by tho loud craok
that Micccods it, which is owinir to tho
sides of tho aerial vacuum clapping to
getlior when tho lightning Is with
drawn, That uothlug mil cal -liio with
out ntr Is uow well understood from the
acids produood in tho burning of
ltitoUi!o subjtamjM, and may bo
agreeably seen by spendlng a paper
on an iron prong and putting it into tho
oenter of the Ittn70 of an Iron furnace;
It may be held thero some tooonds, ami
may be again withdrawn without I' I
lelng bnrneil. If It ho po.ed Into the
flame quickly, ami nut again thtough
tho external part of it, whlcli la In eon
tact w.tn air I know some eirefes of
many yard a diameter nf this kind near
Foremart, in Derbyshire, which annual
ly preduen large white fungi and
s'trongor grass, ami hnvp done so above
thirty years. This isc-easml fertility
of the around by calcination or ebar-
rintr, ami its continuing to operate so
? " -snriufiiviL iMivjnv srss
lag ami Hirln new turf In sgrteuh-
tire, which produce Its effecU, not so
Mans aa .ll i. 1. iluiliut
mueh by the ashes of the vegetable
nners, an try enarnng the soil that ail'
herea to them.
"Thse situation, whether from em
Inence or from moisture, which were i
proper once to Mtrset ami dlschnrre a I
thornier rlniid r re more liable again to
experience the same. Hence many
fairy ring are often, seen near esc!
other, either without intersecting each
other, as I saw this summer In a gar
den in Nottinghamshire, or intersecting
oach other, as dWrlbed in Arthurs
neat near Kllinbnrgh, In the Ktilnlt.
Trans, vol. II.. p. 8.. Hr. IhMo. in
''Mavtfo Inter Ocmm.
The Ijitest Fashlona.
Variety rules m fash ions for the pres
The newest material for weatlliig
robes is velret-lirocaileil reppml iIV
White camels' hair. embrVJidei-eil with
four-o'clock and field daisies, composes
a lovely tea gown exhibited up "awn.
Xorel French veilings fn cream ami
snowdrop white, and all the latest
Mthetic shades, come with silk brocbe
figures in Iiula XIII ilesigna.
New watering-placn wrap for even
ing, of while cashmere or vigogne, ele
gantly embroidered in delicate colors,
ami lined with tinted surah, are cut
with flowing Chinese sleet.
Dresses composed of the new. very
delicate imitations of Valenciennes lace
and insertion, in combination with silk
mull, are now shown for watering-place
Wear. They comprise the iMxl'ee. short
skirt, and wide imh drapery, the latter
madu wholly of the lace. These dresses
are worn, not over silk slips, as is usual,
but over flounced undertlreasoe of the
sheerest niual n. this giving an uncom
monly llrhl and airy appearance to the
toilet. They are as pretty and ohlo as
they are perishable.
Slippers and sandals for full dress aro
of white Danish kid, with whit lace
rosettes on the Instep, Into which are
set small bn.klts of lthw pebbles.
Charles IX. slue-a, with straps across
the instep, are liwn for ilemi toilet, as
are also those of bmnse kid in Ixmis XI.
tyle; and newer than either are Italian
slmcs with rrvers lined with satin in
bright colors, the shoe iiaelf being nf
black satin. Sometimes the revem
oroaa Urn front of the shoe, ami Jinifch
with a bow of ribbon the color of the
Large-patterned brocades of satin
with exquisitely tinted raised figures In
velvet am much employed for tho fronts
of elegant evening toilets. The liodlcti
and train are made of white satin or
silk, or sometimes of a tint matching
the background of the 'irocade, or fre
quently of tho color of the raised de
signs. The train is drawn osido, reveal
ing tho tnhller, and Its edges are elthor
flmahod with n onsended trinimlng of
colored Spanish lnoe, a two plaiting of
tho plain satin, or an Immense fonthery
rouhc. Into fvhleh arc sat hare-mid there
ttooqueta of tho -finest French fiowew
Tho graceful sliepliordcsi hnt Is mueli
worn by young girls. It comes 'n fancy
lace straw and Leghorn, nnd tho Hat
brim Is lined Ini4- o with velvet. Some
times the brim is caught up nt ono side.
nut usually tno list is wont in truosltop
herdess fashion. Tho velvet lining con
trasts or correatMinda in tint with tho
llowers wherewith the hat is decorated.
Field llowers look host asninst dark blue
velvet lining, pink rosea ogninst a black
one. and popples, shading to flesh tints,
against a very deep ruby one. Some ol
tjio hats are lavishly trimmed with
drooping plumes and hnge scarlet rosea,
or with a wreath of yellow holh hocks.
The rage for bright yellow flowers la,
however, on the decline.
An "Oriental" robe, bordered with
superb cashmere designs is worthy of
note. The skirt, wholly white, Is shirred
here mid there without anv npparont
Intention, whilo the tunic, which la In
ronllty n large hslf-shnwl. falls quite
low on tho right side, displaying In full
the largo crimou palm nt the corner,
the remainder being drnw.i up high on
the left side mid bunched carelessly In
tho bnok. Tlio bodice opens like n
Japanese dressing-gown over n rlehly
umbrolderod waist oat, nnd starting
from tho files Is a silk scarf, which is
brought down mid lied lu front over
tlio slinwl isinlo. Tho witolo bear a
oorlaln tinallgonce acceptable lo India
who dislike anything formal and sug
gestive of slotds and wlinloboues.
(iiilhored alcoves nro becoming eccen
tric, and modistes aro not satisfied with
liiittlng them very high on the shoulder,
hut oven those wlio nro usually chary
of running Into extremes are setting
stiff muallii putts under the top of tho
sleeve-lining to make the sleeve fuller
and higher. This padding Willi the
leg-o'-mutton alecve Is merely nrevli nl.
Sleeves woro padded to make tho
shoulders look high nud wide when
(ieorge III. was King, and little swans
down pull's were nolo at a few shillings
i pair to anuto tho shoulders to look
higher. So uo aro only copying tho
mnuiiers and costumes of our ancestors
after nil n humiliating thought In these
days of stenm tramways, electric lights
and telephones. .V. y, Kvtning ftosf.
ol-ty Army Worms.
The leaves on some of the liorse
clnstnnt trees in front of the Parker
House have vooenlly been devoured by
canker or some other worms, only Mm
nervous framo-work being left. One o(
I he guests of the house the other night
hennl, ns lm supposed, a noise In Ida
room, which ho thought mithi bo occa
sioned by some nntinnl In tho room, nnd
no arose to see wnnt it wns, but could
Hud nothing within. As tho noise con
tinued ho sat down al the window to
niKiurtaln whence it came, nud traced it
to thu trees, being, In fact, tho sound of
tho worms (favouring the fames. We
hnvo been told by one of our lihysluians
Hint, being called out ono nlglfv to at
tend a patient, tho owner of the Iiouh
where ho stopped Hiked him lo tup
out nbout two o'clock to listen to Hie
nrmy-wornis in nn adjacent field. Ho
wns Incredulous, but, on going out,
heard distinctly tho continuous nolso
nmile by tlio devouring tinny ns it oon
sunied tlio farmer's crop. Xtw IMfortl
A girl at Long llrunch bpotk-a with
an iionulred London nooent. " Mo
oawt, mo owt, tit llvo o'clook," she
stun to tno itiniliy oouolimaii, In it volco
loud ouough for a veranda full of peo
plo to ho.r. "Caught what, msP"
tho man Inquired. A lopetltlon of tho
order did not make bimiunioiUind It,
nud sliobad tOMy, iu tilalti American
lironuueiatlon, though tho low mod her
voleo and stopptnl dosor In doing to:
My cart, sttiidd; my vlllngo cart, at live
o'efook." .V. Y Sun.
m . 1
John Htirt'erty walked up to tho
priostluSt llerunrd Church. Cohocj,
N. V , tho othor da, nnd iinnnuin-uig
bims. !f as l'o Fin- I vi.. n,l tlio
priest K .. th t ,t a p.pce.
sergeant e litivl'oii ' !k
up. T- T 1, ,
7lOME, FAHM ASD (jATSiFi?"
A castor-oil plant placed In a room
Infested with flics will ImmediaUly ex
i The leaves from early oahlaga may
be foil to cows and ehfekons. They
ihould be given to wwvs dlreetlf after
milklnar, about a peek at a time.
I Weeds are not only enormous feed-
sre, but are intolerable drinkers. They
I absorb all of tho moVture of this earth
Mil m ill rwnitiiiliin wMn n,.
rbi-. - . ' -
i f m . V 4 --- .---
, smTiniRiBii linn ni IIMS ncfUiaE rrnMtn imhii
4k. Xm J. i I-
Ifemovo tlio soeil speaks the
rhubarb plant as fast
Allowing them to mature
ens the plant, whieh s
subsequent years by the s
tor cream tosst: Cn
half an ineh thkk and d
, cream, rry a delicate bn
I eve plain
' any kind nf
at breakfast of IMtod with
lam or lelly aaW tife fet
S. Y. IferaUI. '
To obtain the largostypj et jjek
les they hare to he tiieked.M mifii as
they are of proper sise.nn ('
M nlloweil to go to seed, yf S
om aaveu a lew vines irom si
pickles aro to be picked rhfts)
served for this nutnote. li a
Hrodnees only ose or two tMn
llrofled mttahrooma: CtoSO ine
largo ones, pek ami remo h Stslk,
peel, ami then broil them Jvwsm'S.'esr
tire; put them on a dish wiiliikt MS w
s'de uppermost. Itcntnp a plcfoOf l' v.
with aorne Snoly-chopped pArslaj, aj nc
pepper, salt ami a llttlo Iwisii)5 e;
put a small piece In the kolbftf p oieh
mushroom ami serve. JJoH '5xa is.
ennf. , " '
A burdock allowed lotff at-d
win prounoe many thousanirinr 'Xcw s.
They should be destroyed, l)4wr.l e-
t&L e" I
inre uier Riiwnni. ino siirajai
is to spade out the roots, whl
thetn at once, or they may
Just below the surface of tfla ttrflUid
with a sharp hoe. In liiis csw Mht r
them several times at iDtorvnlima it
three weeks, cutting off all paVRac
sent wit now leaves. J'rairi4iHhrin,
Farmers often object to orffint I
grass because It la apt to stool o"iiard
form clumps. Dr. W. J. IfanLaAMihrt
this objection has arisen fronttftol)
tioe of using t x iittle soed fri'iAtjgllbu- ,
If the aeoil la arml n 1 lihernllt'ifiiil a I
coniimioiia mm innneo nt, i
elumiM will not occur. Tliesej
not be mixed with clover seeirpf
green seed if a fine even sou
Currant Shrub: Take tun.pjrtfl
rnrrants and mah them on the t,
Turn over thetn three pints of hj
water and scald over tlio fir Ifk
minutes. Strain throuuh a U.aM
line sieve, and add seven pnnl
white sugar. Itoil for lifter n Iitk
skiuimJoir well. Itottlo while Jl!
cork tisrhtlv. When needed lo I
three teasnofuifnU of the shnib
tumbler anil fill up with poundejl. Ice
r.nd water. The lioutthtAd.
Slimmer Mau.icincnt of SllCCp. .
During the hurry and nishofUioigsn,
ornl farm work tlio sheep mu.il not bo
neglected. A411I while one canjiotgiVe
general directions to apply to atisfilo-
ular ease, yet n few i;oneral Obaerr.v
Hons will Imi of practical benefit.
Sheep should not be too closttl;
lined, nor kept all summer on tuthsamo
, rtat'io. uniuM it la ircn. AJoiStaml
of cattle with oaoh huncfli of sliprtinir
help in two ways, Thd cattle will itt
the large, coarse grass, and titty will
very materially help to keep OBirtl
dog. Do not fail to put 011 at I
otiM frond-alzod slieen-liell to pvoW .1
-. n ........ ... .. . .. - -.n,....
sneep, nun men kiii every 110c, rge
niui suimi, 111.11 comet annum
farm. Don't bury tho dogs, hiiC,
tho carcasn of ony sheep or lnnili.
Look after tho lame shoep. Tills wet
summer, with high graas, or what la
worse idled, is very apt to give you
more or less trouble with lameness.
l'n re the hoof carefully, half U lu par-
Ing, and apply pulverioil blut)5$rtol,l
ono po-.inii; roil lean, one poimu; Jiuric
acid, eight ounces; adding cldev-vinegar
until a paste is formedV and PIb'
Turn your sheep in your stubhlrtyjultl,
as tliey do splendid there if not Tp't on
alter the leeil la gono.
(rub In tho head
la onuaoflw the
striped tend tly, lOtttri
Its ogg In the noftrilof tho sheerrduring
.liny tinu Aiiguat, wnicn luitodiM in 11
few dnys and crawls up Into the hisid o
tliw nhwp, nnd there geuerflltyllte-no
harm, though nometimca when it comes
In contact with tho brain deatly.'iisun.
Study llvrt sltuntlon. This eon be
As n preventho put tor on Hkiiioo of
dune witli great profit to tlio slisVplieril.
ouch sheep nud lamb, mid you will
obviate uiiiqIi anxiety find oK ronl
Tho post says, " Man wnnts Jjt lltt'o
hern below, nor wnnts Hint llttlfijong."
nnd If you do not ndopt this uwlto in
your notions of oaring for jour sheep,
ilo not blame nny one but yourself If
you fall, or If tho shotm die wjih grub,
dogs, oholerti, or tho dozen nfffr ene
mies of thu sheep. Unco upon a time n
gentleman said to me, "Look well to
the last," nnd now wo sny to the gen
eral reader, " Look well to yourloeks."
- I'nictical SuiJteni, in I'Mrintrpk
(,'nrn of Fanuliig Tonlj',
This Is the season when tliu farmer
who stored lib. haying tools negligently
lost season onu reflect prolltnT)ly upon
the cost of such practice. The hay
rake was perhaps stored with loose
ImiIis half worn or btokwu toistynr fel
loes, nud perhaps broken tautui There
was no further need, nud there would
be lime onuiigh to mnko all ncoessarv
repalrs boforo nuutluir liny (rig. Such
never proves to bo the enses-wori id
this nature never limit 11 suitable day.
Itio old mowing machine paufarnied its
duty during Inst haying, but $unwhat
worn it showed weakness 1 dlilerent
parts, llnikon or lost boltvere ro
idnoed. often btingllngly, U fnrmeni
nro not skillful nnichliiUU.' llroken
guards, secthuu, trtiek-olearors, or nor
llonsof thogoariug woro m placed ns
well nt Mwadde at tlio time In order to
II11UI1 haying, 'lids way o( mending
inluahlo machinery never psys, but it
is olten practiced. Thero may bo tlmos
when umko-ihift repalrinfssems to bo
nsoessnry, but nt tho veryiltSU oppor
tunity any necessary repairing should
be done lu the most liermmiiKil manner.
If hnytii" tools which have hovn bad
ly mini during baying can not lu prop
orly fixed up tlinrlly aftor bnylng. a
time, oven in winter, can be found for
properly fixing them up vvftliMH put
ting it oft' until Just before tho noxt
haying. The fanner should kcop 11
good supply of bolts aud vlfuls of the
sues ned in
hit farm maddncrv. and
i ll Wl" 1tl,uu,J,)0 oav to rMir ncoldunts
i'"i'f"J- uoiu uioum aiw uo 11 good
nipply of the moro common extras of
mowers uud reapers, guru ns guards
sections ami pitman bolts. This should
all liavo been ojtomlod to- beforu the
oonimcnoemnnt nf tho nr.a.iri Imlur,
tausoii. All machitio ami haying toohlfJl
iliAlll.l I.. sa,. I...ia tl.. t.t' L t -1 . 1 1
iiiuiiiu iiu,u US.-VU iiiurougpiy oxiiiiiiicu
o that any delay in hay making could
have been avoided. Country Gentle
Senator Edmunds Is liuino Irom '.ho
Fat itio coast, nud it very cntlmsiasiie
snout tuo mgoi bound i ccnory He
1 .a tl... ..I.rt,.,., ... IS n-t. .
gran Vr than anvihiiitfV-cr s.w lu
b tzrl'id. Voilon ifa--. ',
eH 5 C .
When the American press announced
f'sntaln Wobb's intention to swim dew.
the rapids below Niagara, few of his
friends in England beftVved that the re-
port was anything but a sensational
cnixtni, or that the gallant Channel
swimmer emild be so foolhardy. It
tHv seems that the report was too true.
ami the attempt h.ts eml! as any one
who has seen tlio raoUla would SHtKn-
pate In the loss of his lie. Whether
h was stunnl by collision with rock,.
" "'"'' "!. - -;-
i ft" (I
, tfeft mlttioBt ,loH appear. How he
em,),! er have belleTWl himself enpa-
... a tl 1 a
We of holding his own against the force
0f the current it is difacult to unuVr-
ataml: for MBfl know better than him-
mi that he was not a speedy swimmer.
His forte I . 'a an extraordinary faculty
for reacting :!. in powenui puymcai
i and m gre,' . consHtr.uonai staminn.
I which enabled Mm to continue swim-
name long alter other swimmers ow
, have become numbed and exhausted.
Thh was the seeretof his success when he
crossed the Channel. He improved In
style ami apol in his swimming after
accomplishing that feat, by dlntof care
ful praotko and instnietion; but he
never was what could bo called ft faf
swimmer, as otupered with those who
compete in swimming races. He had
often tested his speed against both
I amateur ami professional swimmers.
and it was well known that there were
scores who emild swim well away from
I him for half an hour or more. I'rob
' ably there is not a rowing elub en the
Thames that cannot produce two or
I three swimmers who could "swim
round" Captain Webb In about two
hundred yards. Kven the speediest
swimmers in the world wi old have little
I chance in the Niagara rapUU, simply
i from want of powr r to control his own
motions ami to guuie nn own course in
this current: and in ocli water the
points of Captain Webb's swimming
jnjlni-n. n.l njMTAr nf f tsttlt. KII!
wo"M bave little scope. 1M Malt
A Lotcr's lEcTcngc.
M. Franclaqr.e Sarcey has just favored
the readers of tho AVAs Steele with a
dissertation on tho delicate suMeat of
professional ccrecy, nml the obligation
it sometimes imposes of telling a lie.
ThCtireumstances of a case cited by
him in which tho seal of secrecy was
broken are of averydramatioclmractor.
A lady whose daughtor was about to bo
married having acquired a suspicion
that the nntccetients of, the fiance were
not of the most iloslrablo character -that
he bad. in fact, un'djjnnlried Ids con
stitution by early dfsjpallon called
npon his medical advLser, Doctor Del
peoli, one of Hie mos, distinguished pro
fessors of the Montiiellior faculty of
medicine, confided her suspicions lo
him, and baked If they were well
(ounsied. The doctor fenced with the
question aa well as he could, and tried
lo avoid giving a direct answer. The
lady Insisted. "I do not address you as
n professional mun," she said, "but task
you s a father of a fnmily, would you
give your daughter to IhlsVoungmnn?"
Overcome by this appeal, the doctor
gave n reluctant nnswerln thenogntivc,
nnd tho marriage waa broken off. Some
dajs afterwnnl tho carriage in whieh
the doctor used to drive to his clas
ramo to a stand bofore the door of the
-medical school, but without cither the
nhyslolan or tho coachman,, who were
bothjfdund lying dead on tho road at
onnvijistanoc each with a Indict lodged
iu a vital pari. Tlio circumstances ol
tho murder wero shrouded in imsterv
for n time; but cvcntunlly, tho dead
odv of a vounf? man. who 'had blown
his brains out. was found lying in n
. ,,,,, ,, ,, .I, I,,.,, a Ul ,,(,1V1I t
room tlio windows of which looked on
u,o sceno of tlio nssnssinatl(i. Jt was
the body of tho young man whom Dr.
DclpcJi said he would not accopt ns a
son-in-law; nnd tiioro could, of course,
bo 110 reasonable doubt that ho was tho
assassin. St. James' Cmtrltc.
General and nervous debility, Impaired
memory, lark of self-confldsnre, prams
tute loas of manly vigor and powers, aro
common results of youthful Indiscretions
and pernicious practices. Victims whoio
manhood has thus been vrcoVeil should ad.
dress, with three Ietlcr stamps, for large
Illustrated trratlan giving tnenntof perfect
cure, tVom.n's Disrr.NSAnv Medical As
sociation, UulTalo, N. Y.
At tho Whltd Mountains Iho girls all
comb their hair back from the forehead.
That ts why It It called a bang-up place.
A'. O. Vieayunt.
Dn. I'ieiicc's " rellntt" or siuar-coated
granules the original "little liver pills,"
(bewaront Imitations) cure sick andlill
Inus lieadsche, cleanse tho stonmtli and
tiOweU, and purify the Mood. To gut genu
ine, see nr. 1'lerco's signature ana portrait
on Oovernment stamp,
23 cents per vial,
A mcvcMST who spends all bis money
for a inachluo may truly 1ms said to be
brokeji on the wheel. X Y. Graphic.
HaoKllANXOM, W. Va. Drs. Newlon &
lllalr report that llrnwn'a Iron Hitters are
giving general satisfaction.
It's rather funny, but most people legln
the day with the home stretch. Motion
" Hough on Hals." Clears out rstt.mtce,
Bios, roaches, bed-bugs, ants, vermin. l.
heeatise It baa
11 throws up Its water
. spring bottom. .V. O.
No MATTsn what yourallment Is, Brown's
Iron lllttors will surely btiieflt you. Try It.
" fluchu-nalua." Complnto cure, all an
noying Kidnoy iHsensng, Irritation. Jl.
I.vos's Hrel BIIOTenrrs keep new boots and
sbuas itratKlit. Hr hou and hardware dealers.
" Motlieetiwiin'a Worm Byrup for fev.
erUlmoH, reatlessnest, worms. Tasteless.
Wise's Axle (Ireato never gums.
THU (lEMJIt.U Jl.VKKiriS.
.. . . KANSAS flTV. Aiiir 1W.
aVTn,B Shlpplnir htsrs II M H & o)
Native llelfvra 3 HI u 4 40
NnUvo Cows (0 at a 10
HllHthera' 8lrtrs 3 3 A I 01
11008 flrssl th oholco hewvy 4 HI ft MX
IJvht. i 111 ua 1 rji
KUJUIl Fancy, per wick
"iL7,,r U"j hrtaht
WfXH-.MiKurl, univfihed .
l-OTATOIlS-Pcr liusa I
CATTMS-Sbtpiiliiff Steers ..
HOflS-Oood to choice
HHKHP-nilr 10 cholco
KUli;it-X.X.X to choice. . ..
rOUACCO-Now Liut. . .
Medium uew leaf
Ciiil.'v&sE'sc-cboice . ..
JTC7V5ftCe-qi7 to choloo.
Fllt H-flnod 10 choice
A 8 is
I .ifllV lT.Vrh. S fed
'. rxins-KoVs ,
1 roiiK-Standsrl Meet
Sir My wtfa bod suffered wtlh female
TMtnesaes" for awrly three years. At
times aha eoold hardly mora. sh bad inch
Torit PrWripUon" ft.lerltse.f, .but 'up
pose.1 1lt nwst potent medkHnes It did net
aaisont lo any it-la, but at last eoncloded
to try s bottle, which sbe dM. I' bmhIc ber
slek it flrst, bait It Nen to shew Ms ffet
la a marked Insproreuieet, aad twe bottles
cert her. Tours, ate., A. J. HtTCr,
JNposlt. N. Y
Tiik farsaer raakea bay white the son
shines Nhlnd dry-gooel eouater.
rnldcn's Mqnld Iteef Tonle
Cores ebllls, fever, ajus and weakness.
Coldea's, bo ether, ef Drugzlsts.
A Caftai.t who tied refractory Miters
to the eapsiaB aafal It wnaa the only way to
ease tbefr rancor. jfeafeu 7YeMJ.
f IffMIVMISB tA tiliiSW SM(TlSSir sHtK ITsiT.
Favar, Xty'a Cmuat Helm. I have tried
Beariy mu saw rmuwn, amn i.v itmm a
decided preferenee. It gave tas Immediate
relief. C. T. Smrnass, Hardware Mer
chant, Itbara, N. Y. Irtee SO cents.
r.vnx the alphabet is ntralMns;. Oalr
four letters remain In "Taws.''-A". T.
tVoooscar, Jtn. star. W. J. Johnson
says: " t bars used Srowa's Iron PlUers
in my family ami they bars prevtm s
tplendbl bealtk RtTtKerater."
A SEA-CsPTAtn Is a coed deal ef a vaga
bond when he teats his way up a barber.
tVur suffer longer frem Catarrh, Hay-Fevet-,
asHlCMd inthellaadf A bii cure
Is lily's Crswm Itelm. It ts not n thttsltl or
snuff, and ft eastl apptfed. Fifty cents.
Well' ' v -ujh m Coras." IV. Ask for It.
Contplete, , - .innent euro. Coras. Imnlnns.
AltimiCAX flats Fsueakes. Cfacfaaiitf
aktitny Men. "Wells' Health ftenewer"
restores baalth and rigor, cures DyspepsiA.
A IX rei-ommsnd Wise's xn Oresse.
Wliat will It do?
llrotvn'a Iron Bitters? Good for
what? Well, sec what it has done.
To begin with dyiptptia. It ha3
cured some of the worst cases.
Then chills arJ. fever. Who
wants to shake with cold and burn
with heat, when a bottle or two of
Urown's Iron Bitters will drive the
source of the mischief away?
How about rheumatism f It cured
Mr. Brashear, of Baldmorc, and
hundreds of others.
Those dreadful nervous troubles.
Mr. Berlin, of Washington, thcwell
known Patent attorney, waa entirely
relieved by Brown's Iron Bitters.
The ailments of the kidneys.
Brown's Iron Bitters cured Mr. "Mon
tague, of Christiansburjr, Va., and
an army of other sufferers.
Debility and languor. The Rev.
J. Marshall West, Ellicott City, Md.,
is one of the many clergymen re
stored by Brown's Iron Bitters.
And as with vertigo, malaria, liver
complaint, and headache, Brown's
Iron Bitters h the Crcat Family
DR. JOHN BULL'S
FOR THE CURE OF
FEVER and AGUE
Or CHILIS and FEVER,
AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES.
Ths proprietor ol this ctltbr&tt j mediclsa
justly cltlms for it a superiority over til rem
edies ever offered to the public for the 8AF.
CERTAIN, BPEEDY anA PEBMAHEHT care
ef Aeae and Fever, or Chills anil Fever, wheth
er of short or longstanding1. Ho refers to the
otlre Western sad Southern eonntrvto bear
him testimony to the truth cf the assertion 1
maun no east whatever win it (til to care If
the directions are ttrietly followed tad carried
oat. In s great mtny eates a single dose hat
been sufficient for a care, and whole families
have been cured by ulngle bottle, with a per
fest restoration of the ceneril health. It is,
however, prudent, and In tvery cue more car.
tain to cure, if Its use Is continual in smtller
doiet for a week or two after tho dnet.e htt
been checked, mors especially in difficult tnd
loag.standlnp; cases. Usually this medicine
will not require anv aid to keep the bowels in
good order. Should the patient, however, re
quirecatbartlcmedlcine. after having taken
three or fonr doiet of the Tonic, a single dose
of BULL'S VEOETABLE FAMILY WLLS
will be sufficient.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
SMITH'S TONIC SYflUP,
DULL'S WORM DESTROYEn.
The Popular Remedlot of the Oar.
rrlnelj! Office, el Main St., I.OnSTlI.t.E, Kf.
wncn nppnct iy
tlio flnircr Into the
no.trlia, will ho nl
of tisturrnal s-lrus,
caiitlinr ht-althv ..
crftlon.. It allajs
tcc-U tho nicmlimio
or tbo nasal rata
lures from addition.
nl polil.('illnnllf tv
hpaU ih rcrva and
.r.i,..n ui.iu Hllll
smell. A fir annlt.
cations rolieie. .t
Hend for clrenlor Vrh-s l cents tiy mall or nt
dnigf Ists. IUy Jlrothi-rs, Owci.-o, N. V.
tl.tit tlvii..Hntt o p anrsshera. lbs4s.
ule It Itetall l-rlrellal r. tyiM auarso
lent u..Tasauiei wanutiai.riieasii.
11 rr lainnt: f 117
i'lliipriiilf rCu,, .txtbutu.O
Wanted Agents iiuuVnt'T;ts.r 'imcrirnl
low 1 1 11 . A.sr v it . 1 h i'"f
a. .1 . . a. .1 111 1 1. I! il I 11 ., a v isiii n tl
A (Mr rati Y .1 JIM i (AK.
WGF$P usa i
IV,. i T., j 1 " 1
tB4 will empiet.lr rhtrl. th. bliwwl in lh. ratlr mlm i srra montk Anp,rs"a wVi vi ul, ONE I'll I.
KtCII NIOIIT rilOM 6.1K IO TWII.VK WttKS. K.f h, mlomt in n , nil twii iriarkttklnt U Mu'ui.
I or cvrlec nail, Canptaiau tht fills has, aa ejual. raii.laiu uia i rra mrir prtlca. 8ltJ narrwTcia. ot
witTBIHrt.uls.mr S.airi.m1hUt I. 0. JOHIISON Si CO.. tloiton. Man.
POSSIBLE TO ALL.
Ylmt Nature denies o mnny
Art Bccurva to nil. Hng.an'H
MnRiioli.i linlm dispels orory
blumisli, overcomes ltctluess,
Freckles, yallonnrss, ltougli
tiess, Tun, Eruptions nml
Ulotchcs, nml removes nil evi
dences of licnfc nml excitement.
Tho JIdl'iioIIii Ualm impnrtn
tho most dellcalo and natural
complexlonal lints no dctccs
(ion being posslblo to tlio cloa
Under (Iieso clrcnmslnnccs a
of a crime, 3Iagnolln llalra
old cverj'wliero, Costs only
75 cents, with ftdl directions.
Tnm Bsih, lis.. w bsra rsTt "rd'f"srt'ef
Mr is. ass, iMyoUswIal HMeiBsnt af Oao w.
H.Mtima. tfta Bvr Brswrtrtar t "Tim Bona-
wna iMasr aS tsaiMrr siri-rtloa thai intra " ones
SM SeaasUs la tar arlao. a4 nmttntl Sralra tn ntln
is. vtikMTti. dintM.rtm aanu tbmih mr "
4r tmt aHh. aaS . osli. Ir rrrnsrr. "1
mWDM ts MMiar. I aMMnd f ear mlWI
ssu-atnsiM. hst 1 i.i'ttwsl s Sraat tnm it "'
asm. saS (SarlM that it fnataatt laSmird Drum a ,
Dmaw. iIh awn lrrsSsl of all SloruM. 1 msd "
mr alia 'bat I nt obtata nHef iprHftt or t wnaid
V fH rm. I ramitol aw Srazjrtst, Ir. W.Mvr.
a4 Km sscTrtalnlac mr aiwatoan. M rtcammmdrS
Iks m oi Msat's nnarSj.u a kaw ev aisar laem
rsi irra wtm y law awamai la irniiwr ewi nr-
ta Bait I sswrlisws a Sou, tad Wars I Had s!
Ow tm kottk-1 f,,at t bad trtM a prst bo4t.
M I nlrml Irss rslti. aw tntrr Iwsamu ar nstarsl. i
asrf I ttsa la hDarors m asacti ilwt un tfi tvtm
CwSi csiaalrui rarr. aS air tbsalui ra ds'ia
Ham's IbnarS; far otarM baaHk, tad I etw-rtTiC'' I
i.i imimSiIiIib ImBI. ! in, Mr mirittr ir
laairrrtmSK u IrowMrr II a 4j uinn sis pttas-
UsTtas; bsS ssnwioa iimi rsnusy far Xtitrf
trosMes, I aotlenl aa atfTTIttaiaeM la or af lb. t
fn nt its' mnarkaMe -nr that Itaafs nratsSr kid
ssiallTcribrf sairy. 1 aorckaaeS a ttH al aaa
ofanrtmHiUbsre la Msocbrrtar. aad slier nttsit It
f sr a stjart tun f oaaS ibat H wis hetptaa tar iriT
faiir. aS inrh.itkt hsa rami ssa emaptPt.tr jra
ikv taata l"ii, and -sm hrarty sad IieslUir fserae of
mr r-sra 'Cl. sad esq tnly tst; that Ilttat's Remedf la
a BH-4!iiar rhat has r.si mriit, sad 1 da at tbesltsie ta
reroataKStl U to tlte p-jbllr la grastsl.
J V Weoaartv.
ss ilam-h'-a-er Street, Jl.iKhMttr. N It
irh Otturi. by la
phyofrAi faae 1 1 o a I
r tpllstr irKl ilff,
Xtrpt ttM iyiwm la
44 ; itctti It
sia ftnd Vtt com
ki1nsr d4 rhtfntl
ft linaTil, If ilnl?i-ftiiir-.
1 um rtefso axalntt
1 . P1ll ft-TSTH, let-
1 rstnovlJHT ftn
Tii rf s uli
f m rh-T''"m I of
i all frrMtntisUt
-rr !'.? tf"'or -' r ui "
Hlcvl Plated, by mall OK fl
nn Daealnl r.1 Uflf.n. D tJ J J m
W ftf fa,ii l A A ff r I la Indni rm Aift III
firtsfs) 110 . if un wmii-ih f iin "r tnT thins
n ihft' ll trv f-r lrlrr. twl j a will mtc
Miwn 7 Wu k'PMMr, n'niisl , inn 1 ftt w tik
! prkvt fjirn wnt 1 . 1' i a pritrtlrgtj of
E. E. MENCES &. CO.
Direct Importers of Guns and Gun Goods,
13. IU ftfH Vlnvt.
I tin raft4 ' tftJiTi F.f
limit)!) si I'llj-, SIo
Union Stove and Machine Mi,
Cherokee and fhortasr Htreets, between
I m ami Hound.
-sivrp, 11 sits or -
Itnclns. ftl lArliliirrj, Iron mnt II
I'J.llHSa ral.llailliiea I aa.SA . A S 1
a a wtasr' t irui". niitii tiniiia a
Datlars In HaUurarare. TlnWiT. Bsibbir
and Leather fleltinc;, Rubber Hose.
Wattern Ar:ati for rat
3IICDAUT PATIIXT I't'I.I.r.YS
yVml I loivo'n sSinixlai-tl Hcnlo.
OUR STOVES ARE TOR SALE
nr ncALKns ETrnrxruras.
r-l rt ioIUIi 4 Cat ojj and 1'r.r, -Un ea as
pi ai' a
r..- .. m ...a fnj-a
rtTrrn a nn oniT3t nn
' I JTOS STibOI SC1U, SI0.STOS, IIO,
vstoii imhv, iirniu iiks lurluilea.
Tl" 'I I'lls fleusl'se "' In lb S3.
P0P.aSS. TOOLS. e.
nrT H'Bi.r stut rn ui.nr nnai. sis. '
an Hi. Ant II and It II nr rnola.HIO,
rna.r ,w li. 4 .r S.f Ml !
T'lewers A-ivii. Vi .- ji O'hsr Articloe I
at i.en t riiiits, niiiiutat aatinu
Fasi PoSa.o Digging !j
s V-inanh lithto P:hb DVjb
Ha.i.s Its or..t iHtrlv vivm
liMKi urrjt. to evi-ry I
farm--r lluumnlred to
Dljrbix Hundred Itu.li-
eia a uayi
Write Pra'alCanl f..r 1'reo Illustrate 1 C1i
culiirs. Jlentron this paper. Address
I'.snirsh Hjasfadrjij Cn., IS3 Rudalph SI, Ch'njo, III
1SW. Tho TiKH C.Vl.rDAlt of the liM.
CONSERVATORY of MUSIO
IVfti.iifal j lUastnlpd f I rfrs. ISKfT I'lir-H tr
Turtln.inin -! f-l n't Bsninanrt?aM ftJrfrrttM
to B Tot HJKK rniUtt-t.i nrnn Uau.
TA TTQnt a ft tVjf ttrjtoinitil iajsM I.Ufrnntani
Tho lUrshej School of Unalcal AxU
"IIH aliuau II11 I Qll l(U, 111,, i
Tltitu Usual ItiijiiMtah tt(rtittinn In
ram h i f . i , kiifi IinirvirKnlil
iliwir FasM Trrm nri-iia brpr c mlfftr rlrrular.
IU CLJUUSWCE KDDY, Qtjnorii Dlrtctor.
W. l.Mli. Mo. 7'nitnuata jmrf, UrftioftlM sfters?a(it
uciuftttpiMiu hi.su roucntcrtMU
inilM.UlX1 )IHI( H. roiUdK. Th rrfVt
1st II 'lik ', At'iK K . I K'r I ilta.i.Jti' . rt4fr
i: ft fUiiftr M )) irt MuhlKftii At . Chlcieu.
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uri-ti .ijjih ' ii r. i i -rrn r u 15WI nitlCRi,
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tkasc, .s.r eSemj At i V Ua nn.Wji .badalla.Ua.
kwniM, itavi.wini i unua-ioai. urJir
." inrriuiw, cur, lur J lira.
l'r i HI from druniUii, ol
eni pr paliHijrrnsll K.liuiiri
j: . Ad ,iVaui:sih,'I
VUkrrs I1013IA Ntw yoilc.
DE LA CLARE'8 rRENOH DISCOVERY.
mnt. la.iioriiionejr reriindeti.l
ipii...im'ut fcnt ...1.1 ,n4 t
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KU4S .1. t fol Ui etui. lltMk'k.
m.i 4ia tl . w ik v
Of ISCUlf, P.O 1.307, CHICAtO, III. ACINTt WtKIIO
I'd C3(II VMItl tit till
LI Jr1sOiiSti Hrua Tiuitja twwl.
IJ t'Mli t me rt.,lbrtni.,(.i.
l C 70 A WEEK. $13 a day at home easll7 mads,
I DIGi'tlrranaifrer AWrrnTni It Cn.Aiurtu.ua
Tnt It Cn.Antrsu.ua!
PATENTS fyk $
m - a suiaa a 7 Aitsires ,t. Wamiorton. Ii. li
ra iBitruotluM tat Near Dookon 1'iusu itnl rial
15 to J20Ki!SSi
males rnoceir wlllsg oar rtmlly Meal.
'nisracaplsat required. kripit
isstfo lU7Pr.r'Rl KavVoac
irKv irtttTitra to AiiyjcariBr.K,
jslanaa aiy j. a Ihm ASrartaamalv
III ffcfs pnptr.
4 KCZaTUti ftaSV
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wnt cn k
nn n s .Vj-Ja.)"
Ill lllllli t WfBSMi.-
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Snflt In lett ear
(rsnffe-Raneh on frror a reek, flfUen mneS
"""" trrstof Vlnlta.
y, C. I'ATTON Ac CO.,
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Simla, I. A.
Fmwth rn.p In tr.e left car
Itorrcs branded am . i 'hi lefln'p.
Jfoi ff llix s ( rek
.. Vlnlta, I. T.
Orcrb'.t In the left ear. crop and orerDit a
.7. If. Cl'ltl
left hip t nidi-, an I pivld.o stirrup 01
.rluld s im nr hir-
J. C. on
Iianiro- "lis uri rrvx.
g, -y. guekn;
Vlnlta, I. T.
Crop otf left ear and rrop a- d -pllf In rljht cat
j.uiiy .inir lui.i.. a.
Ootvula, I. T.
rndertlt In lef i-ar. its rl.it In r"jdit.
lUiiar Elsrht miles mirth ft lartmora.
J. O. HALL,
Vlnlta, I. T.
Undprblt la each car llnreo brand same as ot
Ijnqe-rietwcen I'atiln and Prior's Creeks.
3J. XV. ltltXClt,
rryor's creek, I. T.
Crop and split In left ear, ttrnl on-for k In right
I'.tfi I'ryor I itei
j. -.v. 'jiioati'soisr,
Vlnlta, I. T,
flndarbalf crop nn I ft rar and sp It In right;
W. C. OII.VMUIi:iL.IIS,
Vlnlta, I. T,
Oicrelnpoln left car.
aT. O. 1IOGAN,
Prjor'a t.reek, I. T
Birtllow fork a-id nndcrblt In right eart ea
derslope In Itft. ifjniePryor's Creet.
VIlllU, J. T.
tfndartlopo In each our. (unoe I'ryor's Craak,
ai miles touth of Vln t. near M., lL T, U.B.
ltoad Hrai.d-l.cft a loin.
1'oit-olUce, - '
Vlnlta, I. X, -e
CYopoff lett ear, over
fin .'L,Vrw""S, 'i"' nsnu flaneev-
Oewala, I. T.
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