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Home and Farm
A Handy Kitchen.
The otlier day we went into mod-
a kitflieii Between H and the dui
ins-room a email passage emed as a
closet, and also to keep all odors of
v. i.:.v- ,.,; ih Hmnv.
. . . ; j r ,va iuJm m
. , v, a .1 , . iv with
hot andoold water lead-ne into itnd
waste did from it At the end of
uia iwux, wKunu wv i i
Bcreenea to prevent u mnw u
. inn vArk.tiiiiA with a I
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ofthe room were totuUonery tuba,
rh t.n.tforhotai.d cold water,
t,a. Um.i,;) nhnrpdroveraltrie
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an irmiro- ib e. fiira nd am-
Jnrt r.Pvrndlhe-Binka door orn-
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ten. with a window, a shelf runnine
ronnd three udea of it. wide and Wch
enough to cover barrels of flour, ca-
gar and meaL
At one end of the space beneath
thia shelf was filled with deep draw-
trs for towela, table-clotha, the iron-
inz blanket, starch aad blueine. each
in appropriate place. The housewife
needed but to step in there and find
everything at hand necessary to pre-
pare food for the table. No ranning
nptairalor meal and flour, no labor
getting ready to make bread, or pies,
or cake ; pans were close by ; spices
in neat boxes at her elbow ; coffee-
mill, with a IUUa shelf under it to
hold the cup, was screwed over the
window casing. What hardshios are
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there mdomg work in such a kitchen?
in once. China closet in one corner
ot a room, twenty-four by fourteen,
dry sink and dark closet at the oppo
site end of the diagonal, stove mid
way.pump in an out bouse three steps
down and twenty five distant, cistern
pump ditto, flour and meal in the
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TfJ . 7" oreao, piea,or
..r. vTuT ya .
Was quite gone, but me lOOd had to
be made and the wearisome task
putting everything in
iriMn svVi writ Vt
The kitchen could have been made
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dudmg me sink andcontieuous win-1
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w.. W1UI uicirnana
tbjng needed lhe jtci,eiu
nine snnnM v. r,
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the sink, the numos from both ristern
and wen set in the shelve, near it. and
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wieu uuc couju nave woraea mere
iin mw( a p .
WWaw w ana VUW1UHU1 0 V
. little industry, ingenuity and money
would convert many an ill-Dlanned.
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dismal Kitchen into a cheerlnl. mm.
A Remedy for Croup.
We have been interested in reading
the following statement, made to us
by an intelligent mother. We give
our readers the benefit of it, or, at
least, give them the opportunity to
test whether it has any benefit.
A remedy for croup was given me
by a sister who heard it from Prof.
Bronson,a physiological lee nrer.since
"Let a healthy person fill his lungs
with pure air, then slowly breathe up
on me patient s throat and chest, com
mencmg at the top of the chin, and
moving slowly down to Lhe bottom of
the windpipe. Repeat tor a 'ew mln
ntes, and it will give relief in cases
where all other means fail.
i sr a
my D3y was always atrbiect to
croup, came near dying with the rat
Umg. noisy kind, at about eleven
months old. I saved him with" water
and ever after prevented a serious at
tacit by watchtulness and water. But
when three years old, I let him play
in the brook one warm, rainy day,and
be took a severe cold and had a still
kind of croup, the first and last time
he ever had it. In spite of all I could
do, he grew constantly worse, until
he could only gasp and breathe with
his head thrown back. We thoutrht
his last moment had come, when
thought oi, and applied Branson's
remedy for a minute. When I stop
peo be looked up and aaid. ' Do eo
again, mother, do,- though he could
tint fc. ,i t i ir
be assured lhat I did so again, and
To Graft Trees.
Graiting is a mode ot propagation
applicable to most sorts of trees and
shrubs : but it la rhiefiv nun A ti. ,n-
tinumg varieties of truit trees. A
grafted tree consist- of two parts, the
scion and the stock : their onion con
stitutes the graft. An authority on
me subject says : "In the first place,
I prepare the stock and the grail in
tne same way as for grafting with
c.ay in the common way. I then
take a long dip of india-rubber, three
quarters of an inch broad, and the
thickness of a farthing. I tie one end
of this clastic ribbon with a thread,
wen prepared by rubbing with shoe
maker a war, to the stock, a little be
low where u is cut for being Joined
to the graft I then make the Joint
as neatly as poss'ble, and wrap it
round with ribbon, tilcino- ... .
bber stretched, and
to make ttovt- iih turn fullvi
one half of the hi i , , THll i i imit
round, till jho whole ia covered.
then Ue the t p with a thread in the
same manner that I tied the bottom
end the operation is finished.
grafting the trees in the manner de
scribed, nothing is done to them til
they are completely set, when the
india-rubber slips are taken' off to be
The proper treatment before clv
ing is to keep the cow moderately
well, neither too fat nor too lean ; re
member that she commonly has the
double duty of giving milk and nour
ishing the unborn young ; dry . her
some weeks before calving ; let her
bowels be kept no4ente.y open ; put
her in a warm sheltered plaee. or
house her; tather redact her food;
do not disturb when in laber, but be
ready to assist her in case of need ;
lot. hnr hava
drinks. A pint of sound good ale in
a little gruel is an excellent cordial
drink. A cordial is easily made by
one ounce of oarraway seeds, one
ounoe of anis seeds, a qusrter ot an
ounce of ginger, ' powdered, two
ounoaa of fonugreek seeds Boil these
in pint and a half of beer for ten
minute, and administer when eold.
work cf his cenius. And
that God put into you, so as to make
an honest, upright, useful man ; and,
There is boy who (Links he was 1
not "cut out lor a larmer." tv ell,
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ukiv w wui.
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eareless, clumsy workman 10 spou me
most skillful cutting. Some men are
eoecially fiUed for some special work,
were the treat masters of art ; and
the Lord never wastes material by
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giving to all the same guts, since
Uiere u an enaiess variety oi woi a w
Vu.ilwiein the world. The marble
. 1 llo onorrr onrl I
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the iron track laid over vaiiev ana
lasting shape to hia beautiful imagin-
ine. or the inventor trine into play
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Vin1 workmav be iastS8bonorab:e
the other. A a general tbrne.
Innr work cornea to us witiiou
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rnnh wolncr: and because we 00
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not quite fancy it, cr think wc should
Hire better to do scmethine else, it is
hmn means certain that we are in
the wrong place. It is all right to
try to find work that does please us,
since that is what we shall be likely
to do best ; but never lancy you are
so poorly cut out that you can not do
well and honorably the honest work
that is plainly laid upon you. It is
not so much vkat you do, as Ao jou
do it. Ask. any 6core of honorable
men you know, and scarcely one will
tell you he is doing what Jie fancied,
wneo ne was a coy, ne snoum uo
As tor my tanner boy, J am atraia
he doea not luite undersUnd how
mncB maJ co mi w ma,nS
8ood &nDepi for U Joa m
von will find neoole alwavs Uiink they
you wUl bnd people always uimicmey
hard work in farming, and boys some-
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caru that fall to their share ; but
wrk ia wnrk the world over, and
nothing gives so great a variety as the
I Wlo. iKu U ornn Hr
and learns bow much science, and art,
Ugent thought, forcarefulexperiment,lages
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.luiuiu. buju wuuuua win
L. l.n . -.iln .all
I UULUb W bUb VUlM UICUIBIIJ I3 1 Cil
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M Waaui'' D oroaa, generous
ipauern. oo we say to nun,
wo yourseii a grea ntu aoouiiiuo
the cuttine out. but be sure you do
your Dew to maae up uiBBBi
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out tor a iktrk, or an
Attend to the Animals.
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Jert to me iamiiy, me moex im-
nnrtant dnt ia tn maV-e nnr domestic
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animals comfortable. There is ereat
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pron.mil. armuiw w a cei lain
extent, eauivalent tO food And.
wnai is 01 wr greater imporiance, u
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vi u.s-u0u. iiu
wnen speaking on mis "uojf ci, mat
..cfl- fnnl Knt tf.i.
does not tell half the story. When
an animal is exposed to storms, and
has to be supplied from the blood or
from flesh or tat And good meat, fat,
or butter, is certainly a very expen-
aive fuel to burn in the animal stove.
Many farmers who think it a great
waste to burn "body maple in the
house, allow their cows to burn but
ter in the barn-yard. This is pre
cisely what thousands and tens of
thousands oi farmers do every winter.
W implore every reader to provide
some shelter for his animals if it U
nothing more than a shed of ever
green-branches or corn-stalks.
Next to exposure, one of the most
serious drawbacka to profitable stock
feeding is the want of a liberal and
regular supply of nutritious ' food.
Many farmers cn not be made to
understand that an animal eats a large
amount of food merely to keep it
alive, and that all the pjofit the own
er derives from keeping the animal
comes from the food eaten in excess
of this amount. If straw will keep
an animal alive, all the profit of keep
ing the - animal derived from hay or
gram fed in addition to the strawt
Horses that have worked hard dur-
tn ., ,ntnmn f,,,,, rt , ,;,
mavi.i.:. .u ..i.. .i . i
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on m In 1m dnnii
es are well ted, steady work does not
hurl them. And it costs so much to
eP . no uia we can not anora
to let him lie idle unnecessarily. Hor
ses mat nave been pampered in the
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BHJ " reJavenaieu " wuller " run
w-iwus ua w . c-Ltcu,, uj
duwi ucs-iiicui. xua vmj auvamage
ffl 1 11 Pfll 11 CT T.nOm mil. IA thlr. It aIVAa
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the labor of takinsr care of them..
They ought to have a warm shed lo
run into in stormy weather.
How to set Hens
The nests ot setters should be made
at bottom of damp earth packed to a
concave shape. It is not necessary
to place themupon the trround. or to
sprinkle the eggs with water, if this
rule is followed. It is proper lhat the
should be in some way exposed
to moderate dampnes during inCU.
hntJnn a rtfhcriaA trw. tn...h
water in their comDoaition evaooratea.
a - a
Aheleyated box furnished with noth
ing but o.y litter ia not suitable
Cover the earth with straw, bruised
until pliable and broken short- Lxmg
straw is apt to become entangled
with the leei ot tte hen, causing
Jbreakage ot eggs It should not, how-
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ever, ue cu u j wauiinc, uecause
the sharp end of the pieces will come
in contact wun me sun oi tne nen.or
that of the delicate chickens. In very
cold weather, line the nest with
feathers. We have successfully
hatchad eggs by preparing a nest
thua, in a rrom where during part of
me ume oi luvuuauuu wio wuipe. -1
ture a as below zero. Set hens in a
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laif -juiiiucm - w.uu, uaiiiifj
aomeot them upon aninciat eggs tin
all are reaay.
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T- nut.tir.nr. an .trs Ii V vlM. IhA
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USUS1 praewctj in, io irace ou . u jiuoi
i .l A us r.l- i.nt.liKt tit.. I
.ii w. ,avba conai'dered
aa mm kwuks. " J J I
r.r...,.l. r nrit iiol nnrnfM I
aao t v j w.w- - j I
.i .. it . a one acre bv
wsaww J 1 " af I
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ou square yarua. u
kfiM4a bam 1 f anAliifl Ka mMBtlfiUI I
70 yards in length, by 9 1 7 yards in I
breadth. The same result may tear,
.-a . L. m.r.r 520 Wt fa,
lencrtJiandlOSfaetin width, or by
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a yards in breodth. ,
Fire and Rain.
ot the diminution ol
cnelrtVi m frrm all rtoints ol the coin-
and the electricity precipitates from
the clouds the moisture which they
"vapor, .oub. at. ..um
and towns, beyond the reach of
.v. tnn .t,ndant caloric are comnar-
uuutiuuts nuuuuu, ow, uu
economy of nature. The mountain
The atmofphef e Enrroanding the
earth contains, as eveiy body kbowa, a
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irunj qgaijuu ui uuiuiuiij vi w uici y
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ine ocean, which i eimer u iu m-i
visible solution m tee upper air, or
collected visibly in cloud, when it
descends in cold weather in the shape
of hail and snow, or in warmer weath-
er as rain When a wide column of
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(gucu, tor msucce, as a column 01
8ir coextensive uu inewrcumier
pnr ol a laree tit v.) is from any
, .rootlv at Jlinn UiP
cauremwe . -
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circumarnb.eni aimcFi.iure. u utcing,
itB BFCCific gravity, to rfcend into
Tlio colder air imiLt.liately
.ca in fill rm the vacuum, ar.d com-
nfnft with the l.tat below
.,ua,a ?n ,,n il,e mo stnrewl. eh
:.T Y.M ?n cr, nlion Tln
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the wind8 lhat blew furiously over the
i,w f n.ienfro. and the rain
,i,. u :n cn.Ti pntiinna tor rents. we e
ike produced by the immenrity of
,ha mrtwrio. It has often been
rcmarkei by historians and phdoro-
h Uiat reat taUeg by 6f a ana
orA :nv.nr;fiblv followed or inter
nte by heavy rains. It was not
M jn CDCieut timts h(n men fought
fc l0 tand w-ltn tw0ld aEd siiear
nd arni;e8 discharged their arrows as
olbtr . bnt ntn vast quantities
o gunpowder are exploded, either at
ga or cn th btd rei t heat gt ner
ate(J oyer a ,arge fjiac0 occupiea by
th combatants, the rain descends
with the certainty t f cause and effecL
t n , .,. ;m;i.r
In 1,ke m8Dner. nd for wmi,ar
..: i ,!. ret. nd Twnu
Glasgow, is always more frequent and
more copious than in the rural dis
ujuio tui.iuuo "
tr,cts twtnty or t,,lrty mi'e8. btyonf
I TM. a-, nil mo i Ihtncanto
of chimneys of dwelling-houses-and
WB l"r vuiuiucjb ui wtiunco iuuii.i
Pnr BOt 0I1,y EmoLe bnt heat inl lLe
which Uje more pled Vll.
ittivelv tree. lbe tail emmneva 01
AAlinn milla minHriea and olhpr fan.
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All the Year Round.
T..1I nir.vnnr rp.r.
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I " HinlMa ataVii A st In imiIAii
ris-fiii-H ill iiiJtani" ni&i&sir: iiuui b iui uiiilu
,:n thir bami are often rieamear.
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n nn pnnHpnnpm i r. ia n niriv hiii
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uat I would rather do without milk
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iu vviiiici. oui b. wiui..
went to work and overLauled my sta
ble floor, and relaid it as follows:-
p , h from the man.
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"ler. tar enouli back: lor the cows to
6Und on, having a fall ci two inches
immedialey behind the cows to the
ouUldeof lrje stable. In so doing,
tLe droppings mostly fall on the floor
that hu the fa1 of tw0 inche8 and
. ,- down. ttev lie on the
raised floor and their bags are usually
aean lb) lerinn ot the plana, on
the raised part should he varied from
four to five fieet according to rize of
I wUli also to say a few words iu
reard to manure windows. Many
farmers have a small window about
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hard lo throw out manure, and it falls
down against the barn, audit by
chance (as it otun does) it lies there
till fall, tl does the barn no good
think a better way for manure win
dows is to have a small slide door on
the silL and then one can easily throw
out manure so far with along-handled
shovel, which is much easier than
short handle, that it will r ot injure
Icows. In Btablinc milcb cows in
G. W. C. Ohio
the7 are thawing ; becsuse a frozen
aPl),e from 80,1,8 c4use not wel1 nn
eggs derstood, if thawed out in the dark,
It is not an unsual thing for apples
to freere after they are gathered, es-
peciaHy when they are lor a time kept
in an out building, as is the custom ol
in an oui ouiiuinir, an ia me custom oi
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many, belore stonng them in the eel-
lw. DUn 1B UUL g.U);raiiy KU..wn
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tuV Bpp.cB mi. ..u u.uu lujurcu iruu.
being frozen, provided they are kept
jn a dark place where they will thaw
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gradually. Frozen apples lying in
heaps in out buildings should be
deeply covered to confine the air and
perfectly exclude the light, until the
tr08t w out 01 tbe,n beslde8
lt cm be done, the room should be
darkened, or, what would be better,
I rnmnirn hiin - a Harlr rallOV in ahlrth
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I tha inmnurntiirii ia t.tr nr mnm ..
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grees below freezing We ay six de
grees because sound apples not j it
Ie-s than this Hut wherever they
are kept the frcst should not be ex -
tracud too suddenly, nor must the
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will remain plump ana souna, while
thawed in the light, even thongh the
8Un s,,ould not tbm8 ou u,en, tney
will alttrward be soft and spoiled.
Deodoriser for Cesspools.
Tske of slaked lime one pound,crude
Baipiiate of iron four pounds.put them
sulphate of iron four pounds, put them
;nto a paii 8d fill up with water. Si ir
a j together until the iron salt is quite
dissolved : at which time the -lime
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decomposes lt, setting free iron oiide
L the form of a black brown prcci-
pate. When required lor use, 6Ur
well together, and use one or two
quarts as may be found useful. The
bad odors will be instantly found to
cease Nauseous gass are mostly com
posed of sulphur compounds, which
unite wun iron, prooucing men pro
ducts. The crude sulphate of iron is
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commoniv Known as a green copperas, i
Buildeis use it, when mixed with
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lime as above, lor brushing over old
lime as above, for brushing over old
brick walls, previously to painting
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promoting agriculture will award, on
tli a first nf Mflmh next I wn Ttrlzpn nl
1300 and S200 rftuectively to the
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best establishments in the slate for
itilt nrt t1 tiJhfmm dr ifviA
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up air appucauons tor a Burn,mcre
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"era are lew equal io airopio coy-
ering of comraon wheat,flour. This
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U always at fcand, anawnue.u re-
aires no skill fa utting. produces most
astonishing effect. ,- ;
Decrease of Pasture Lands.
vftrvlDtr UOm ZU UOUllua IU u
Mr. Mechi, writing on this subject,
sas ; Uefpite tne emery against
urtriiatiig up uwi j'miuj I
1 t. . I 1 T. : .- etnoa. I
uuum c.-u. ib -
uou ui umc, iui ugui,j uu vu,.
sttam win enable xanners 10 cuer
much greater rent than poor pasture
can aflord to pay. Pasture must have
greatly decreased in this country, tor
I find the following remark in tne
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uuioiy o. cur ngncuuum
v-truou ol tasture lana to
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ertliUaiiV UltlfcUttU, UUl, wbbbiuiss
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OA I r.nj it u lifti . 1 k 1 Inr I .
I. . :. ja ,t.. s i.or
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the Abbot of Bury, in FuColk, let
lighu-m acres of pasture on a leaee of
guly jcaraai, per ucrc.
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wa unions iucu.,c. j uU
rumu uimra uj 'P"'-1"
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"I Kolu B"c' -"
..i.i 1A la,1
l" w-c "'tc " 1 '
j rnn nnnt
,,-a ,le "u
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8" iana is me main or u.j ou.
01 meai "PP1? IDUtn ,
m' ce 8na ,B ra Prouuciu u"
our arauie umu VJ ..
green cr0P8' ana ino MnsnmFTOn
ot cake and corn, the result be'rog also
a large produce ot wheat and bailey
tr human use. No doubt thechtnge
lrcm pasture to arable will necessitate
a great additional investment of capi
tal on the part of both landowner and
tenant: but thia fchould be a source
icubuii , ...
aI oAnnnln al nn (nr enr larire sur-
pl-JS J OPUlatlOn and capital WOUld men
God profiuble . employ ment at home,
,Cfctead 0 s ioreign coun
tiies to enable them to grow food for
The average efa, of British agricul-
. five poundB per tfire.
tUieis about five pounds per tgre.
II hat wi 1 be mnlLlDliea OT lour wura
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we have arable land, our own steam
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macLines, and pienvy 01 live tioua.. a
t now many ajmeta who have a capi-
pounds per acre."
Texas the Great Cattle Ground.
nois, with 2,800,000 people, has 867,
wat 00Q cattle ; and while Iowa, with 1,-
.i v.. toi nnn
ClUhlVB UI CUWB, iu icu, as riiuwu uj
ibeLi .conm Tn
Texas is truly the cattle hive ot
tsj,.. a rn Wt.;i Vew York.
wiih Ix-r A nnn nOO inhabliania ana
I ! intilnnrnnti tirn and a half centn
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oxen and stock
n oiu. o,w ,
ania, with more
than 3,000,000 peopl
o.uw.uuu pcupio, u
cattle: while Ohio, with 3.000,000
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people, nan ,v ,
i l. r-ra nnA o.1
xuu.uuu pcopic, UDo,v v-...
Texas, and forty years of age, and
with her 500.000 people, has 2,000,
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000 bead ot oxen and omer caiur.ex-
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. l a idtt ah farn ri
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10U. ailOWIUlJ 1VT IUO lUUCICIIUI
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IVMO IU Bixual uuiuuu ui loiu.
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0Wried snd the number returned iori
taxation there must belllllv 3 000 000
Iat'on. ltltre mU" bttl J'UUUJU.U
head ot beeves and stock cattle tins
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time are reporte(1 at e00.000 head
. lu-jiuur, --,-.v..
I v: a ..t r o aa nnn
head 0f cattle in Texss One-fourtb
of thes0 ar0 beeve,t or.efcnrth sre
acd lhe ctlier two-fourths are
and two-jear-olds. Tliere
wouldf tLerefore be 850,ooo beetts,
puu,UUU VV aa - ji vi w w j v -as,
cattle There are annually raised and
branded 750.000 cilves.
I These cattle are raided on the great
plains of Texas, ahich contain 152,-
Pasture for Horses.
Wmter or summer.except in stormy
times-there is no place so comlortable
Mor 00,18 or tire1 w0,'c torses as a
8 PMlnre lot- To tie up a tired
hono t night in a narrow cell with a
floor to stand on is a sLecies ol
cruelty that civilization ought to be
ashamed of. It the poor animal must
be confined like a convict in a dun
geon, for pity's sake let hitn have his
head and give him at leas, twelve feet
square, with a soft, dry floor to stand
or lie on. In the large cities land is
W01 th more in raouey than horses ;
but on the farm there is no excuse for
such economy. Ask the horse what
h,e wants and he will tell you that a
piace wj,ere he can walk around, lie!
down Btretch his tired limbs and
rouover from one Bjde t0 th0 other,
gj him more ee aud comfort after
adayot hard work, than the most
cogOy planl Btalit wlln aI lLe fCCOm-
paRiment8 of curry comb.stiff bristled
hrn. ,m., .a a,
wwubDi iihwvvi vivtuun aauva uv&vvi vus
hobVen lhat be produced
Cure of Rheumatism in Horses.
The Scientific American prints this
note frcm a correspondent :
I g,Ve you the following recipe lor
ICUl 111 liUiBcS I M1 Will DlC
1 . . w
ISW Dy saying mat 1 am indtbted
. . . t- , .... n . ,
.it nn r.n i iknm n I Air rv .1 npk unn 1
for UlB . a7sA mt T Wa
llle recipe npon roy horse (whose sge
bfil, . f
drivino- him dailv tuclvp niilps in all
10 , Q FftlirenhfiJ, in ihft
. , . , , .
T .11 LCI , tut JUI Urg, IU IUO lttUG 111
the summer,) rain or snow. About
two wonths ago he was eo stiff he
could not walk: now he is as active
as a cat The recipe is : Crude coal
oil, one pint strong vinegar, one-half
pint; turpentine, oni-Lalf pint mix
ed and well shaken. To be rubbed
morning and nights.
Carbolic Acid Papkb. Carbolic
acid paper, which is now much used
for packing fresh meats for the imr-
pose of preserving them, is made bv
melting the parts of steanne at a gen-
tie heaLand then stirring itthorough-
T two parU of carbolic acid ; after
which five parts of melted paraffine
are to be added The whole is to be
wfH together until it cools;
.f.ar which it ia melted and anrdied
witi- a brush to the paper, in the same
Wavaain DreDarinn tha wared iaer.
h ia nfJ ,or vartoua
nnivirmn at Mbalr In the use
t: :., mnr.A ApoIt th
IIUUIUB -W V DUUtl .Wu,
. .. m. i. m ir.nb-.Loi.
Deal triiiue. ii a iuuit -
thirsty at meals, especially when our
food contains little water, we should
with freedom, and usually to
luU extent or me ueaire.
.r--.i .-. . f :., .
j.bikji' " "
.-.. .Mil...,. , --.,. !..
nine k-i-m ,
settle, and pour off the clear water.
. ,. i:- : .1.:. i ,
it me .. ,or . .ewmm-
lutes; then hang in the sun. Thia
process will also remove ink spots.
WIVE FROST STORE.
T AM now receiving complete stoc It ofi
Custom - Made Boots & Stoes.j
lothing, Hits & Caps,
woolen snims, OLOVSS. MITl EN'S.
inriiTinriini'iiM!iiinfl r n
btN 10 rUiV..Ci1IRll hll 1-0,
all of which I am determintd shall be sold
CiibAr r oit CASH
WOOLEN' DRES9 GOODS. SHAWLS-AJJD
TABLE LINENS, at greatly reduced prices lo
make room lor new luck or norns ami mines.
nollMy J. SCHWAB
S T O
Houpt & By al's House.
NO. 73 MAIN STREET,
Which has b:en
and nlled to 1U utmost capacity with
the third new stock lor the season and cheap
er man ever.
FOUR GREAT STORES COMBINED
is Resdv Made Clothinu. which can bu b
surpassed In Northern Ohio both for iiualit
and make. For chean wuar. we seU Burins
neld. Howling oreen, aua Lwrenc;oiir
Jeans. leaviiiK our friends to sell Ifaa Uhodd
h. w. niecher.the best cutter d utu-r i
tet.be Hat Cap department, which
m 1 1 nr I M inuttiL aiviea.
la the Trunk- department Our trunks urt
manufactured out of Htrirtly prime and sea-.
soned lumber, Dy n. wneiuerg t o., cir.ciu
nail, tne moHi rename laciory in tuesiaio.
wegiveyouaii an inviutiion 10 can ana
x amine our goods before buying elsewhere.
fouly to post up.
ruHE CNDERKiaXED has been duly P-
X pointed aaministrator. witu tne win an-
nexed, of the eotate ol Juda Chaxe, late of
ilancnck eounty.Uiiio, ueceaseii iso. 11, lil
na3w. WILLIAM W. CHASE.
By Juua W. Hamlin, Attorney.
The Fall and Winter
ta at VKf a m jan i i a t ' i it- -t
iaUJIViiw' it . t - w . If-,:!. - . .17 Ti 1 J-l
MORRISON ft VANDENBURK'S;
MAlitMOTH STOVE ID TINWARE
The EXTENSION, SENATOR, LEADER, JUBILEE, SOVEREIGN EM
PROVED MONTANA, and many other First-Class COOK STOVES.
The "Wild .Rose, asaPAULOU COOK STOVE, hainaeqial. We have aflae aar:mett of
PARLOR AND HEATING SrJ?OES!
And an Endless Variety of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
. - a. . v mr s a r rfx i .11 v
They are now receiving, and keep constantly on hand,
LAliU UAINO are tne
-r - '-f.
a Full Supply of
best ever oiiereci n
EVERYBODY READ THE FOLLOWING !
Manufactures and deals In all kinds of
FURNITURE ! FURNITURE ! !
I . m.vi
I T)rAI)glnfi illieaUS. UBDUO IttUlCO. n aou UbCtuuo, 11 muuuvi
I rBBB1llo . j
w n 1 uaa. a r.i n nmix
ouiu ouu uvuaunii) .' T . . ,.T
I nj4.-j .- ot.1o-w Pa rim-a KH?hAn PnrnitnrB. bestanabtr andfllii-
"ouioa-,oDij ji "
Oor work Is made bv the best of workmen, and otthevery best material, which wai
ml,yr,"thal it will 1 found second to none .n th. .eoiinty and 1 will sell che..
me lnnavlll thnt It Will lie louna sewinu iu in-nw iikwiiuij, .-...... .m
y.tZ?iS....rMhiatatlallAtkKtiuaatY. Oiveine a call before
urchaslnijeliiewnere, a we win gt.rusev .n-- .--
ole Aneal for the Celebrated
WOVE NT WIRE MATTRESS,
Tha Best. Easiest, leanest and MOST LAHTIN
Findlay, Ohio, Agut 4, 1871-Am.
AN ESTABLISHED FACT !
Has just received a large addition
-art JJ2 T -ES
I to his numerous customers, in everything in his line, lie has a carcfulh
g- BENTS' FURNISHING GDIDS,
lie., Sec, &c.
AIJ50 A CHOICE SELECTION OF
A5D A OKSKBAI. ASSOKTimT OF
His stock of Piece Goods comprises the finest assortment of
to be found
lie has secured the services of
I n.a 1 X?.n -KT .l.rs ril,!
life-long experience, will
1 . .. - nvm
U UUAKAJNTiUJli JiJN 'llKili aATlb-b'AUTIOW,
I WiiaUU O JJlUbOj -i.- w " -
Kimmons -ttaraware store.;
August 25, 1871 -If.
.. cfcs 33. JF
ARE KOW BECE1VJNQ THEIR
lain f D'x
31 S. UlSSS. "31111$.
WHICH THKT OFFK B TO BUT-DERa AT ,
L O WE ST G OLD KATES,
PKICES TO SUIT THE TIMES!
House Trimmings, Carpenters' Tools, and Farm Implements, the largest
and best stock in the market; Wagon and Carriage Trimmings,
Bent Work, Patent Bolster Plates, Bed Irons, Springs Axles,
Iron, Belting, Saws, Files, Shovels, Hoes, Pumps, Chains,
Pocket and Table Cutlery, Revolvers, and Plated
Goods at THE LOWEST CASH PRICES.
GLASS, ALL SIZES, CUT TO ORDER.
Hall & Spoor's Pittsburgh STEEL PLOWS
the only Genuine Iron
ONLY AGENTS for WALKER'S
. i. : :.!.. r .
Do not fail to see our NEW MANSFIELD REAPER before buying It
" the best improvement for simplicity,
mr . r
i the best improvement tor simplicity,
ow offered to farmers.
now onerea to iarmers.
CALL AND SEE OUR GOODS, AND
Aprin-iswwr TTTMMONS & HO.
TrrV. c-A. TTrnh as
nnw .i.Kiiun. ,it.
O MATTRESS EVER MADE. Call and see it
to hla stock, and is prepared to give
-A JL C5- I .TAiT IS
THE LATEST H.YLE3 O
READY. MADE CLOTHING
Mr. L. J. BRICKMAN, the best
onri Kn A. ..mlf - .1 i.:!.... ,.i
- v - n - n m . ... .
afMaf a ar.
- - -.-. www, uiu twVJL UUUiU UI
n A IM I
OL jGlBTdi MarClWare.
Beam Plow in town.
IIABPOON HAY FORK, in use in
Reaper and Mower.
lightness, durability, and cheapnes
lightness, durability, and cheapnes
WE MILL SAVE YOU MONEY
- SWs - s - - - s -aw asaw. w assBW mmmmw mmmr -mmmw ay
Would announce to the citizens of Hancock
aiiuHtijtnuiii.couu-.-s, inui iuey are
still iMxrylu ou the
AND ARE MANUFAtTURINtt
CHINES, ETC., "
Aar C. A' & C. RR D,pot)
Call and See Them.
Forty Second Year.
COiiEl'S LADY'S BOOK
CHEAPEST OF LADIES MAGAZINES
Because it is the Best.
For the na-st forty-two years lhe Book has
been eousiUered the guide of woman tn every
thing lhat U calculated to elevate the hex.
THE OLD FAMILIAR WRITERS
Whose stories have so lartn.lv contributed to
mis enu, nave all ueeu ruutiueu.
Makion Haeland, Ino Cui eciiilu
Louisa 8. DoRtt. SI etta Victoria Victor
3. Annie Kkost, Mrs. C. A. IIopkinsos.
Bur Chestndt, Mrs. Desnison, Etc., Etc.
Have a reputation forexcellence in their wri
tings ur auove any outers iu me uiagaziue
Our Coored Fashion-Plates
Ara the most correct of any pultllt.liel In the
Beautiful Steel Plulcs.
Of these the Lady's Honk gives fourteen each
oltllilNAL Ml'BIC Oudey's Is the only
magazine iu which music pre oared expressly
for it apiiears.
MoDtL 1UTTAGE3. The only magazine
in this country that gives these ticsigus is lite
DUAWl.NU LE-kiON8.-In this we are also
We have also a Children's, a HorticulturuL
mu a uesiui ucnuiiuu-U,
GODEY'S LNYALUABLE RECEIPTS
upon every 8ulject, for the Doudoir, Nuntery
aa. iii ucu, iiiiu.Tc. nun i4iuil(irv.
TINTED ENUKAVI.NUS. This Is a sprles oi
enuraviugs that no oue has atleiu.led but
LAliJm FANCY WOKK DKPARTMEXT.
S uue of the deHigiuin tuns department are
wnutt-u in cuiura,iii m Myie iiimi is uiiesjuHiitrtt.
In addithm to all tlm alMiv aUtrutionn
t'rcic win mi sjuimaiiru inuniiiiv. auouuiettn
graving, tne general t'liu, or which witl be
Mrs. LOUPOP'S PARTY.
Weoroinise these sketchea fnniHa in i.air
ciiHracuirj iu im hu tenor to auyol tie kind
One copy, one year... 3 w
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Three taiples, one year.
roar copies, oue year..
five copies, one year, and an extra copy
.v iuci.iii seiuug upmeciuu,maii.-
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ctKU. cupie,uiiv ) ear.auu an extri.copy
lo the person getting up the club, mak
ing nine pt ,, , l eo
Eleven copies, one year, and an extra
copy to tne person geiung up the club.
uiakimr twelve copies in
To accommodate our subscribers, ve lv
elub with Arthur's iioiue Magazine and Chil
dren's Hour at the following prices:
The receipt of tl u will pay lor QodeyV
i-.uv a ik.j.
for oue year.
Tins receipt of 11 50 will pay for Godey's
. ow. .uu .tia .uiitueu . iiuur lor oue
Fivs aoiisn win pay ror uodey'a Lady's
Dtjus. nrttttii . ..tjitiu dta.itiine. anil I lit l.
dren's Hour for one year.
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for any of the clubs, and auditions may be
made to clubs at club rates.
aarranada subscribers must send 21 cents
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azines, to pay the American postage.
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on Philadelphia or . New York, payable to the
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al Bank notes. Address, L. A. UoDEV.
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PROSPECTUS TOR 1872.
.1 Representative and Championof
THE AID I HE
An Illustrated Monthly Journal claim
ed to be tne Handsomest Ja
per in tha Wcrld.
"Give my love to the artist workmen of THE
ALDINfel who are strivlnir U, ikuItm tti.tr tir.w
I feiou worthy of udmlritiiou for.beauly, as it
' kl V.1 tlr.l'. ...( ,..- .1.. . . 1. . I . . .. 1. 1
- "J " m-. ,w u: I u .. VIV-1V.
THE ALPINE, while Issned with all' the
regularity, it has noue of ttie temporary or
iimoijr iuit.resft t-ii:iru'iersiicoi nruiuary peri-
otltcals. It is ail elt-.tilt uiliv.lli.ltv nf nnr.
lilit. and gracelul iiu-rnture. and a eollei-tion
ol pictures, the rate, speciiuens of artistic
sain, in o;aca anil wnu.e.
IHEVT FEiTTJREJOR 1872
The enthusiastic sunoort soreatlil v aivordea
to their eulerorise. wherever il hiu heen in-
ttoduretl.hascouviucetl tlie puOlishersolTIlE
.iLiuALoi inesoununem 01 tiieir theory that
the aiiieriuuu public would recoguize and
heartily support any sincere eft'oit to elevate
me nine auu si tuunrdol Illustrated publ
t-.ttit,u as a guaruuiee 01 ine excellence
Ihisih-iiarlmeiit. the publishers would bee
anuounott during the cniniugyear, specinie
from the ftillowiim emiuenl AuierU-su artist
w. T. Hit tiartl.t. W. llart, Wui. Beard, Oeonje
Smilf V. Auu. Will, tiraiiville 1'eikins. V li. i
Darter, Victor Nehles, Wm, H. Wilcox, James
11. lu-urti, James Smiley. It. t t'iguet, Frana
uenru, x-tfui vixon. J. llowe.
The editorial management of THE ALDISE
has been emrunted to Mr. Hit-hard Henry
Suxldunl, who bus tecelved a.ssu ranees of as
ststance from a hut cf the mot popular wri-
.uu puei 01 ttt'j country.
The Volume for 1S72
will contain neaily 3C0 uasMund nbent 250en
graviugs. C'oiiiuiMiu-inu with the Jan. uuin Iter
willcoutain a lieautilul tinted picture on plale
paper, inserted m n frontispiece. The Christ
m is .lumber lor IsT'i.will bea.splendid volume
in iteu. coiiiain.ng nnr engravinus, iiour in
tint) aml,;ltlioiMh retaileil at (1 will be sent
without extra cha-ue lo all year subscribers.
A Curouio to Every Subscriber.
The publishers have purchased and repro
duce! at a great expene he the beautilul oil
painting by Saiss, euliiled -Dame Nature's
school. 1 he chromo is lliU inches.
Terms for 1S73.
1 Copy, 1 year, with OH Clromo, $5.00
5 Copies. 20.000.
Any person sending 10 names and 110 wUl
receive an extra copy gratis
Send for Circulars. Premium List, Ac.
JAMES SUTTON A CO., Putii.
2! Liberty SL, Dew York
We will snpply the Evrsixq Post as fol
One Vear , , 12
.Shorter Periods , gl per msslta
Single Copy One Year 83 eo
3 1 epics 7 Oo
lO copies SO
SETS I WEEKLY,
single ropy One Year S3
3 copies . .13 BO
10 copies 30
Or we will send the following periodicals
to subscribers, in connection it h the Even
ing Tost, at the prices uaiue.l:
Evening Post. Evening Post.
I SO SSOOI
s a a
1 OO 3 3
.a oo a so
Onr Yonng I'olka...
..s oo a so
2 SO SO
3 73 3 23
.as a oo
Hearth and House..
To each subscriber to Hie Eveninu Post and
Christian Union for one year will be sent
tw6 exquisite French Oil Chromoa, entitled
"Wide Awake." and "Fast Asleep " which
are worth at retail 1U for the pair. .
TISY IT! THY IT!!
Fob S3 ecata we will send tha Weekly
Evening Post front now to Jaanary 1,
orW 3w cents we will send the 8ii. WXKjf-
lv Esnino Tost daring the same time.
Specimen Xumbersef the Eveulns Post
W.W. V. IIRYAXT st CO.
I w 111 sell the half Interest in a
CIRCl'lYtR S1W MILTs
8IIIXGI.E 91 1 1. 1..
AT AIICADIA. OHIO.
NSARLT ALlXlW. Olt P.EASOM A Bl.k TlRSIS
For ladies ami cenlleinen in good
Ivlo ir. W r.l...a on.l....r. lis
..j .v, -jet,.. .v
SOnable terms, at the
THE Genn;m Pebble, and ail otter Tarle-
ties or Skh:uu:1, ai
A LARGE VARrETY of the celebrated
beth Tbomas Clocks; alio, Clock of all
sty it.tand prices, at
li. W. KIM MEL'S.
Uun -1 .ij
VI..X K(iK STtCK of Latex Styles o Fine
UolU Jewelry; also, h:rk Jewelry aud
brucelei.4 Cht-ni-at U. V.KlMMtL".
I Hi" 1 1 1.
T Jka.YKfc. a specially or tn Men w aica
AU are Interested !
ANY ONE wihlnK to urrmv a w aicu.
L'I!ct, or Jewelry, should call on
ii. . IiimnicI,
Who tkes pleasure In showinc gooilr. anu
warranU evtry ihuijs to be as tie repreaeuts.
lunj . l
Just Ivg turner.
from the City with lhe largest stock of
Watches, Clocks aud Jewelry,
ever seen In Findlay.
Jun2,Tl O. W. KHU1EU
The place where they keep the lorgeft stock.
aim sen luecutuj m "";I':f,"
IT IS A FACT
NO ADAMS &Bro.,
BEAT the WORLD In the Price and Qnally
CALL AND SXAULNX TUB
Improved Native Drum"Cook
Flat Totj North Star Cook
Cook, Parlor and Box
ALL K1HDS OP
Tin, Copper & Sheet Iron
Work, Done to Urder.
rUEY ASK ALSO AGISTS FOR
Iron Well and Cistern Pumps,
Dinner Bes, Cotnes Llne
Wire, Etc., Etc, Etc
ALSO, AGENTS FOB TUB
Which la an Indispensable article in every
Call and see us, for we MEAN BUSINESS.
A Great Medical Discoyery,
Sit. WALKER'S CAIjrORXIA
a. m. StSmiib sc., Mtimil
US AC 1 btt RHd
KIUJOKt. sees- Tr.llss.ay to taele
7 Wsoaerral Csrslhs Efleeta. " (
Tae7are sots rile Fane? Irlak, Xstle or Pestr
Kaun, Whiskey, lreor Spirits aa4 Hernso
I lass . tlac tofrd. ilccti and wetrtasl to plemm thm
tans, called "Tootes," - Apprtten. "Klorerm." Ac,
last lead the tlrpteroa to drnnte naws sad rain, bat are
a troe Medicine, msdo froia to. wiIt roots aad herbs
of Csuforats. treo zrssn all Ale. a. He Stnsns.
urns. Thoy are the GRUT BLOOD PrKt.
FI CR nasi A UFE 3ITIXtt PKIXCIPLE.
a porfect Reaoratar and Iarigorstor of tbs 8ystem.
carrying off all soaKssouisialter sad restoring the blood
tosBealthyeoaditloa. Xo rsoa can taae tbeae Bit
ters according to directions, sad icmaia long aasreu.
rotated their bones sra sot aestroyel by mineral
fosuo or ether awsas, sad tnsTitsl ergsas wasted
bcyoad the yolnt of repair.
They are a Seattle Parcmtrre as well as a
Teale, posawaag she, tbs peeausr awrit of acting
a. a powerful sgsntla Rlievlaff Coageanoa or Inflsov
buUob of tbs Liier, aad all tbs Taeersl Organ
POat FEMALE COXPLALTrt, whelbar la
yom? or old, starried oratngle, at the dawaof womaa-
hod or at Um tarn of Ufa, thess Toole Bitters ban as
Far IaOaniaiafry ai Chraale Hhi assa
tlssa aa4 Cist, Py.pip.1. or IsMtlfssrlsa.
Bllleas, Kesaltteat aad laseraUtteat Fe.
vers. Slseasee or the Bleea, Elver. IM-
aeysaad B lavaoer. tbsst Bltterrs asve bsea
sseeeaand. Hmeh Dlaataa are caod by T ItimSea'
Blssa. which at generally prod need by deranaemm
sf tha Bltrestlve Orgaaa.
BTSPErSI l OR IXBIOESTTOX. nesd-
scne, Paia la th Bhoaldera, Coosas, Ttghmeat of the
Cheat, Sizzlness, 8oar:EnMatknt of th stomach.
aua Tarn in uw Mouth, BUIoas Attacks, PalpluOsa of
lb Heart, IiUlammstloa of th Langs, Pais la tbs
reason of Um kidney, and a hundred other paiafal
ympotna are th ol&prinas of Drtepu.
Tney tn-ngorata th Stomach and nlmslsts the torpid
Lhrersad Bowea, which leader them of saeq nailed
efficacy la e teaming the blood of sUlranarifles, and ha-
pamng new life and Tfcror to the whol ryitera.
FOB KIX DISEASES, Eruptions, Tetter. 8sH
Sheata, Blotches, Spot. Pimple, roomies, Boll. Car-
tune lea, Riri-Worms, Btsld Head. Sore Eyes, Eryatpel
ss. 1KB, Scarfs, Ducolorailons of the Skin, Humors and
Dtaeases of tin Skia, f whatever nam or nature ar
hterally dog op sad carried oat of the system hi s short
tune by th as of these Bitten. On bom la such,
cases will conrinc the Osost ineredtuoos of their curs-
Cieanse the Vitiated Blood whenever too find Hs hn
purlllea bursting I drouth the akin In V.Diplev Erup
tion or Sorea; cleanse It when yon nntt it obstructed
and slugttKh In the seine; cleanse it when il a lout,
and Tour teeiirun will tell von when Km. ir. huuut
sure, ami rhe health of the srsrem wilt follow.
Pta. Tape ssaa ssher Wnaii, siriir-Bi in
STMeu) of so many thoassads, are effeciualiv d.-ttm.red
attu reoMteeu. cays aistiuglllsned phrstolOK,!,
there 1 Ksrcelr an Indhridual uno tha I-.-, at th.
earlh whi body hi exempt from the presence cf
' . hu. ui-m ma ne.i 1 11 w eteuienui t 4m.
StMlv that worms exist, but nnou ilu k,...
and sliuty depusils lhat breed thes ilvuw monsMra ui
disease. Ai system of Medicuie. no veniulutfea. n.
ftnthelmmiics, will ire the M'steai from worm Us
SOLD BT AU. DRCGOISTS AND DEALERS.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. a U. IcDoNALn A CO
Drotfgtstssnd Gea Ageata, gan rranciaco, Cili'onu,
au ana m iamascrc street. New Tort
For bale by
W. L. ITIiller X Co.,
June 20, 1871-ly
AOl IM SA.NSOM BTRKET, PHI LA.. Ih71 I
The proprietors of the Transatlantie m on
receipt of lo cents, forward for Inspection, a
copy at their Magazine, which containing as
it does, choice selections from the leading Pe
riodicals of the Olll World, is corltkinlv nn.
surpassed In literary merit by any monthly
The January, 172, issue will begin the Fifth
Volume, and will commence .
a New Series. I
In eonsesiuence ol the large circulation the
Masaxine has now altainexl. the Pronrietnr
have decided to reduce the price of the Trans- I
atlantie. from M lo ILuU. a year, aud new sun. I
ern.e r entering ineir names at this time,
will receive the October, November and De-1
ee in Dor issue oi mis year rree.
This reduction makes the Transatlantic the
cheapest magaxine in tne wurld.
The Transatlantic with Harper,
I.I pplncott,or any other U pub
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All the back numbers of IsTl. will be fniv I
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The Transatlantic numbers its Philadelphia I
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OPISIOSS OF THE PRESS.
" Th TratuallaHtie Is Illustrated this month
Wltb a beautilul view oi woodland scenery.
entitled 'The Forests of England.' Il contains i
gotsliy number of articles from 'rrantsuUaa.
he' magazines, all of the first quality and all
gooJ reading. In its peculiar line il 's one of
tbe finest periodicals tn the eountrv Yam
A AVeaiatt MuUtlin, Fridav, Stpt. Ui, 1S7L I
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No Magazine In tbe ennntrw e-irM v.
good reading at so small a price aa tha Trans.
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tthtiidgeT. wuue paper.
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ti..-.nni.iin.r.Miltlia isitrasHt Ot John
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WOu:i inform -Ue r hto D niCtt
a a sif a ass asw
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WITU A FULL and COMPLETE STOCK OF
And EVERYTHING voally kept la
FirstClass Crockery Store.
Of all Styles snd Patle
In ea lieu Virlety of Slzas and St y 1
Alio which will be sold
Cheap for Cash Only
AGENT FOR THE
Manhattan SUent SEWINU
A reward of One Thousand Dollar
will be paid to any Physician who
will produce a medicine that will
Supply the wants of the people bet
tor than the article known aa
Celebrated Blood Cleanser or Panacea
It most be a better Cathartic a better Altera
tive, a better Hudorilio, a better Diuretic, a
better Tonic, and in every way better than
the Panacea. No ma. ter bow long it has
been in nse or how lately discovered. Above
all it most not contain anything sot PL strLV .
A reward of Five Hundred Dollars
paid lor a medicine that will permao
IV euro more cases ol Costivenees. i
stinatlon. Sick and Nervous Headache. Liv
Com plai n t. bilious Disorders. Jaund ice. Kite
matisni, trout. Dysentery, Chills and Keve
Tape Worms, Boiis, Tumors, Tetters, Ulcers:
Sores, Pains in tha Loins, Wde and Head, audi
Ifcmtil CompiuitUi than
Blood Cleanser or Panacea
Which is used more extensively by practicing
physicians than any other popular medicine
Ask for Fahraey's Panacea
And clearrse your Blood. Price, f 1 25 per
bottle. Highly recommended. Prepared for
Western Trade by Dr P. Fahrney. Chicago,
Ills., and Ohio and Eastern Trade h
DH. P. FAHRNEY'S BKueJ. ACOL
Waynesboro, Franklin Connty, Pens
Ask for Dr. P. Fahrney 'a Blood Cleansei
made at Waynesboro, I'a., and Chicago, Ills
-Dr. P. FoJvney'm Health Mtnenger" give,
tbe history and usee of the Bi.oorP"sssw
Clxamskr, testimonials, and olhei"'Ov I
Information, sent free ot charge I X l
Sold by wholesale and retail dealers I tl
and bv 1
W. L. Miller & Co., Druggists
Julya.Tl-ly. FINDLAY. O.
yers Gherry Pectoral,
Far Diseases cf tUe Throat and X.'xnsa.
sue a as (Jougns, uoina, wnooyina'
Probuhlv aover bcforeV1" the whole history of
meUH-tae, havi any thuig V on .so wuiely and so
ili-enlv uuou the coniidenea ol mans ino. a
excellent remedy lor vuliXuaary cunipiainta
1 lirougb a long series of years';
uf the races of mea a has risen
II . BHHIUK
in tiieir ebtinialiou, as it has become belter know
Its unilorm character anil power to cure the v
nous aifis'tioaa of the ltiugs snd throat, ksv
wtn.ie it known as a reuuiile protector s,
them. V tiiki ntlnted lo naidt.r lomia of uitieas
Win. i-i,n .1. ... i.i u .n att.l (h. r.nMirn... .Ifiwli,.,,.
of the luruot and lunrs. Asa provision sgsuut
sudtlen attacks of t'rens, it tliould be kepi on
hand in every lauiilr, slit, '.aileeii as sll are some
times subject to coii'l an t coughs, all ahouid be
proviiled with this sntitV te fur them.
Although settiesl t'sstMijj'ias is tbeoght tn
nirabie, still great annbers of eases where the
disease seemed seltVil, hare been completely
cured, anil tbe patient restored to sound health
by the thrrrtf peeferei. bo complete is its
mastery over the eosorrters of the Lungs' sutl
Throat, that the mof t obstinate of them yield to it
When nottuDg ele could reach them, under tbe
C'Aerry Peclereti they suhskle and disappear.
sisffeni esMf Pweiie Sjpemktrm ana great
proteetioB flom it.
juthmtn is always relieved sad often wholly
cored by it
JlrwacAlffa is gene rally cured by taking the
Cherry Pes-fewsel in small and frequent doses.
So generally are it virtues known, that we
need nst publish the certilicates of them herervr
uo r ii I"1 assure ue puuiie that Its qi
are fully mnmmlm,
Ayer's Ague Cure,
for Psrer and Ague, Intermittent Fever,
Chill Fever. Bemittent Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fever, dut.
and indeed all the affectioas which arise
from malarious. ene.t qt niaimatlft
As Its name Implies, It does Cm, and doas not
tail. Containing neither Arsenic, (JuiaunsT Bis
muth, Zinc, nor any other mineral or poisonous
substance whatever, k in nowise injures any pa
tient The number and importance of its cures
in the ague districts, are herallv bey end account,
and we believe without a parallel in the history ,
of Ague nietlieine. Our pride is gratinetl by the
w-knowlethrmenta we receive of the radical cures
effected ia obstinate cases, aad where other rem.
etlles had wholly faileiL
I narclt mated persons, either resilient hi, or
travelling through muumafic loraliiips, will
protected bv taking tha .alert A' e l A A dai
for a. tees fNpasc, arising irorn win1
PT or M Liver, it ia aa excellent remedy, sui
taiing tne ijvot mio ssmy st-uviiy. -
For Bilious Disorders and Liver Cornnl
is aa excellent remedy, proclucing many truly
remarkable cares, where other meila-ioes had
Prepared by Da. J. C. Am Co., Practical
and Analytical Chemists. Lowell, Jssss- simI
sold ail ruumi ike wurid. "
fMicx, tt-oo pjtjj Boxrxjr.
Oct 28, 1870 24vl.
ARE THE BEST VU USE.
BLACK a CO.S Bnhsroldal Brssetaelaa
AJ are made of the best materials, uniform
in density, and of a higher refractive powe r
their perfcot polish and spheroidal shape fnly
adaot them te the ease and ininrovemeiit o
TO ? on'f or.u' w -lmn"".
ALL KINDS of Watch and Clock Kepat
r. and ail Joooing neioruring to
don neaUy.prompilr, and Wsiran
to hia ll.ol
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