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COMING MAN - H.
Mail' mighty narowiteh!
Hall! ObgrealTarlar, o' wlileli
The toadies many irculio itrh
Welcome chief of JIuscuTites.
Fair, amldarL, ami dusty whiles.
Hear tlierlirelluf lutfeKy wighta,
Wc rather Lie line, haughty man ;
Your sire's the jiroper lort o' man ;
And may lie whip the Ottoman,
And other foee;
Thougli lets we love your feudal ways,
our knout we voteil rude always;
our mints ami chalr.6 li arc Mooil al iv:i s
As direst woes.
Kill iuer, "in your Iionidajs,"
m met ho more love foreign ways,
I'liani'icciloiii' children, raw In wajt.,
)f courtly Fttlle;
Your names in "icitz'' and "ojs," mid
Your M-rfs and t xilca drawing "ilrcslits."
Your Lhurch, all lloniitli, t.m the "L'rof.
Will lie the style.
el course you must be interviewed
Whoso coolness, liy old Winter ieuil,
- Would freeze his blood :
A nd though the greatest Kusaian Iicar,
Yon must, perforce, a crushing liear
from snohj and fools w ho ruth in wliue
Thcv never should.
I liej '!l H!intJourir.-aiuiiirkiilli.iir;
If wise, you'll waraiiiookailiiir
l" i- '11 tcaiplhetotiilstockoil, ere
1 bey '11 take you round to sec the tight;-,
i.ravcyanla audotlicr tidioussigbts,
raucuil Hall, aud ISreed his IligLt i,
Xow "Hunker's" called.
Hut, ere we part, arc? ptanicc
Itiglit roialgift, well ked (in In ),
Tt'r fiieli asihee, ad Jd in nice
Aceept what not enriches ; u'i ,
Xor rolis us either, which is ne.v
Accept ALASKA! Sichasyeu
lau rale that nation.
lbu shall we then imhort shake oil
The debt we on e the iijitf chaloir,
II oping that thou'lt in naught take ol-
Aud may no serious loss accrue
To him that owns the saucy crew,
Xnr thou, beloved e ossjek, rue
Tlie gift too soon !
I1H VILLAINOUS SALTPETER
Vic bail been ten ilars nt tin lii'liiri- mr
liind misjravo me. ami I bfir.-m to iIhm.1 :i"n
luforturmtc! termination lo our voy.-io for
tauers uau gonu wron irom mi' very uu
l lining. Tbcrcbail been trouble with the
aw, who secnicU to have :t;i idea that
ercnnial drunkciicss ivas the proper stafo
"uian's existence, and who, as Ionir as a
Ixpencc lasted, obstinately refused to go
li board, in many cases liavinirto bo battled
wni tnc wiiaiT over me side nuc so much
psnended animation. Then when wo had
larped out into the river, and were Jyin
iuiuu uie captain, we iouuu mas lie i:ml
cn taken suddeniyand violentlv ill. so that
I week's delay followed, cniliiiir in a fresh
lipomtnicut. and the commirof a new ran.
lin a man ol quite genial aspect whose
rescnec seemed to aiiirtir a termination of
u uuuuit:;, aim hi; was nuicuiucu uCCOru-
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li-or a merchantman outward bound is bi
ll means the paradise existing in the minds
f ardent scliool-bovs. bitten with a lone-
Ig for a iit'c at sea. Twenty-lour hours of
e life on board and its discomforts ellcct-
fdly sickened me ; but then I had chosen
ly vessel tor reason ot economy, knowing
lat every live-pound note would be, per-
Biis. oi iinceiess vaiue in rav new nome
1 made up my mind not to be disconte nt
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tuuiL luiuuuuii ui iuu-uuj it. iui tunic
arSSaome, and therefore 1 argued that
would Ge!TJwardly to turn tail at the llrst'
mule, that fell :to L my share. But really it'
5 tryingworK.in.spue ot the strongest
liieh succeeds a long debauch, and, as If I
iug the unfortunate passengers tho cred-
or i.nino-fho iiaiicn nf n,r.ir cr..:..,
of being the cause of their sufferinirs.
tt no opportunity of vi-iting the said stif-
rings upon their heads but the feet as I
kucntly suffered, buckets of water being
sued upon them-of course accidentally-!
Lw ventured nn ilnrV- .luring l.m,..ctn.,7 I
iic.s We came to grief, too! over rones!
lerthc stowing of cargo, and in a variety
I ways during these urst lew days our 1
hsrolng friends looking upon us as' an in-1
lior race of bi i.ig.-, who, as lubbers, it was ' j
pir uuiy 10 aimer., i.iil uy mntoi good
apcr this was all pretty -well srot over, in I
pe lor ine rouga w earner we encountered
im Uay ?S !
ecay, sulhciently bad to conhnc us all.
Ik and well, below hatihe; for many a
vary uay oi piiciuug nnu tossing, with
! snip's umoeru groaning and creaking
a decree thaecmed to. tin eaten f-iliin"r
I'icturc to yourself, you who have not
i;n on sinpDoard, a gloomy, low-ceiled
son, with heavy beams crossing every
and tntre, the light stcaliii"- feebly
lough the little windows, the air you
fathe hot, loul and stilling, the hatch
bvc you battened down, so that, save at
I rial times, there is no communication
h tho deck; and nearly every fellow
scnger cither bemoaning his herd fate, or
: groaning as no was prone in the hcln-
; misery of sea-sickness. I think that if
Ithe miseries of a rough voyage could be
pseen, inosc ivco take trips to lar-oll
js wouiu uc grcauy reduced in iniiu-
l cotitilu of elavb' rctiite came at last, in
sbapo of line weather: and in the rcae-
l prouiiceti by the bnglit sunsiiine, antl
i brisk air we breatlieel on dock, tim
libles of the past were funrottcn. 'i'iiis
Italn still seemed all that was renial and
asaut; uut, tucrc was a flusbcel and heavy
l' i r lito f,m,ii..t,.,.. Idnf T
rv in um .j4iAt, I1.1H1.U 11IU1 L U1U 11UL JlKtT,
before Ion" I had another oi-.'mion unnii
subject ; for, in conversation, I Jound
i iuc secoim mate nan ueen at tlie same
ool as myself: and toirctlicr wc wen!.
Ir the old elays and compared notes, as I
ked the deck with him lar into his
lie weather turned foul once more, but
time-, through the mate, 1 contrived to
r on tiecic, wnen, to my surprise, I found
t tlie irrcKter part ol the dutv was shifti
Ito the chiet mate, the captain seldom
.vinjr niinfflii on ucck.
N'o, 1 don't think it's from cowardice,"
my ineiui to me, as lie walked tiic
c that nizlit, when the srale had snmp-
It moderated. " Of course this is in con-
hV'cil," he continued, ' I don't know-
it 10 uiao oi mm ; sometimes I tliink
I mad. and sometimes that h is iwn tn
Kmg. now no got appointed to tills
leant tell. .Mr. llay don't sav an v-
ir, but be is one of those men who
k all tlie more; and of course he'll be
icularly careful, lest the captain should
kthar, as lirst-mate, he is jealous bc
c the command was not placed in his
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m0i i " sa': bu,t.IJef"1' many ,
had passed wo lonml n.i :... ,
, . - - - - iiiuii
u, . lnsted with a line vessel, a
auie caro, ana. mom thnn nil. tim . i -
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oi passengers and crew, was one of
uuiortlinate erinirs wlin nif .ni,f... , r
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re outbreaks, when the imnnUif to iirin i-1
lliriura trcmecs. 1
7f ,uniirli tn uvikn nnv l.imlsni'in
nervous as to our Lite, should the heavy
weather continue: but there was still the
' satisfaction of knowing that tliu two mates
; were thorough teamen, and wouid, no
I doubt, take upon thciiiMiIvcs the manage
ment vt the ship, thould there be any real
I danger. Tlic-c Icelings did nit trouble- me
! long, for the eatlier again brightening,
I hope rose, and day after day glided ploas
I antly by. We saw but little of the captain,
aud only learned that he was confined by
I indisposition to his cot, the cause ol this in
disposition ucing only Known to a lew; out
1 could sec that the 'first mate, Mr. Kay,
looked more anxious than usual; and taking
the opportunity of being on deck one night,
I had a long talk with my friend, to learn
that the captain only recovered from one lit
to seek the means for bringing on another.
"Pity we did not leave him behind alto
gether," I said at last.
"I've tnougut soa dozen times," sauimy
friend, ' for this sailing with a madman on
board does not suit my book."
The days glided slowly by witli varying
wcatherr The hot latitudes were reached.
There was a little horse-pluy a-? wc crossed
the line; then a shark wa? "caught, and at
times a dolphin or bonito ; and at last,
panting with the heat, we lay beneath the
almost vertical sun. without a breath ol
wind to fill the sails a? thcv hung trom the
yards, the vessel gently rolling in the swell
"Something wrong," he exclaimed. a hi?
leaped to his feet; ami qtiitc as quickly I
followed hi m. to the hatchway.
" Good heavens, AndiTMiii I" cxchvim'il
3! r. Ilay, " what's to be done ? I IeV r.: ing
" Have you no me'lieines?" I s.-:M.
" 31edieir.es Ye1; but bow are i in
deal with a man in this slate? -lt:-r !i-T; n."
In eiVect, a he ce:ied speaking, li'.'-rc
came Irom below the sound ot 1 lvaKiug
chairs, smashing gla-, and a noie as of
some one leaping from Mil" to 'ii!e !" the
cibin, followed by a trvmcnitaiK banning
at the door.
" I have locked him in,' s.iid !!ry,"for
he's not lit to come on d rk. Hut get Ik ip.
ami Mt nine? sivnrn him mi'i? tr:m him t:m
I hi COf."
A short consultation w in h-'K!. and t:.i o it
. was decided to call one ! the old - Mtm n, a
j sturdy quiet taan. and to do all a quietly a
j possible, so as not to alarm the rest ol'tbe
I passengers and crew.
! Anderson brought the old tailur, who
: came rolling up. turning the lump of to
I bacco in his mouth ; and from hi remark it
I vias evident that he had been enlightened
I upon the business in hand.
! "Ah," he growled "what a tiling it is a
' anyone will go on wasting precious li
quors, and turning oiestiugs into pysou?
L knowed this would be the cni on it. "
" Don't preach, man. "said Kav angrilv,
"but come along. Xow look here," he whis
pered, as we descended ; " as soon as 1
open the door, all step quietly in together.
He'll dash at tis the same a- he did at me a
while ago ; but he can only tackle one man
at onco,""tu that while he. "is engaged, the
others mu;tseeurc him."'
We had hardly nerved oitr.'.elves for our
task, and the mate was holding tip his hand
as a signal as lie unlocked the door, when
we were staggered by the sharp report of a
pistol, simiiltauous with which there was a
dull thud c!o!o to my ear ; and 1 started
back with the knowledge that a bullet hail
just parsed through the cabin door and
wbisiled by my head. Then came a loud,
harsh laugh, toilowo I by a couple more pis
tol shots, both of which' passed through the
panel of the dour.
l need hardly say tliat wc heat a retreat
j directly : and as we stood oueo more on
dec!: Hie iir.-Muate wiped the perspiration
from his torehead, aud looked from otic to
the other, as much as to say, What shall
it wa? iiiueeu a trying poMiion, ami lor a
few moments no one spoke. Then 3Ir. itay
seemed to recover himself, and spoke out
nrmiy aiiu quietly : "e snouiu only he
casting away our lives if we were to go in
now. The only plas I can suggest is to
watch him through the skylight, aud go in
when he is asleep"."
' 1 don't think he can da any mlschn-i in
the meantime," J said; 'but we inilit seize
" Mischief '. " said the old sailor drily.
11 ell, X UlllllllJ, Ulllj V.lliib
i en, i ammo, uut wii.-.t it ne Keeps on
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- etr.nnfi tremor in mv voice, as T turned t..
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aud a eHnwd invun a
n v iKdfrwUra the boat 0luIlUr
nj in uic uirtuion oi me ooats.
Another shot made U3 all start ; and now
! passenL'crs and crew beir.in to collect, ea
gerly a-king what was wrong question,
f,,' ;U .':.,, ;. ,
Loat? wo fore t.orr
U0.?. w C .,.orc.oorc
men. in dread ol the ruh at the
forcborc to answer.
The peril, though, was indeed creat. for
in one small cabin, especially strengthened
for its reception, a large quantity ot powder
was stored ; and if one bullet happened to
pass through, the chances were that the
heat involved in its pasag; would explode
it ail. in a moment the whole vts'el
would be blown to atoms.
seize the boats at ce. a d msli on: or
to make a bold and manly elfort to subdue
the madman, in whose hands our lives seem
ed nov to hang.
V" oa"": ;". lervaueiiau
our breasts as wc .stood looking atone an
other, and then I saw the old sailor wet the
pahn3 of bis band', and rub them gently to
gether. "We mii.t run in on hi:n, Master Hay,"
"Could we not shoo; him down through
the skylight?" said the chief mate; and
then, as it' bhi'hing at bis own proposition,
lie added hastily ",'o, no; that would be
like murder. Wo mut dash in on him at
all risks. Hut what's that? Look cut; he's
coming on deck."
As he spoke, wc heard the cabin door un
locked; then the rattling ol keys and the
crashing of a door, when Hay cautiously
peered down the hatch; and as he kneeled
there, gazing down, I could see a tremor
running through his whole frame, and when
at last ho turned to us. his voice was so
husky as to ba almost inaudible, when he
whispered: "lie's got into the pv;'cr
I shall never forget his count jnaiiix a lie-
ra.ed up at us Used, rigid to a deirree,
l-orafew moments horror anl dread of
impending dcatli seemed to have robbed
him of all power. Then lie sprat'.'' up, the
man once more.
" Quick!" he exclaimed, l'.irj our live.!"
Then leading the way, lie dashed down
the cabin stairs, we 'following lnni, hut
oniy to nnu our progress arrctea by the
closed door, which resisted all our efforts,
as the sea heaved and fell without as much
as a ripple visible. IJough covering were
rigged up ; but in spite ot all that could be
done to mitigate it, the heat was unbearable,
beating down upon our heads, and reflected
from the sea, which shone like a vast mirror
of polished metal. Gaping scams with tiie
tar oszing forth, rails and stanchions so
heated that a hand could not be borne upon
them, and the 'tween decks stilling as an
oven, it was no wonder that we were con
stantly longing for tlie comparative cool of
uie mgut ; uut even tnere was not time for
the temperature to grow much lower belore
tne sun once more rose, each day apparently
hotter than the last.
Wq were seated one evening, watching
the last glow of the setting sun', when An
derson, the second mate, made the remark
that he thought a change was coming; and
tHlitl lit- itf-MuttM. ,r.n? Inl'i.n .. Tl . ll
"'ii uiki.iii.iui. uinijii ll ii ll y .ti i . i :iv
passing close by us, and desc;nding as if to
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mi. .iiiuiiu u ..auill.
"How lias he been to-day ?" I said, as Mr.
ti.CtA IJIVui Vila
Worse tim n 'Viir " ir.-n tint ronTi-
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'! -'n!'' "l':lVt!"4. " "e were to
The next moment there was a sound
which seemed to make every nerve m my
body thrill, and I frankly own thai had my
limbs obe3-cd my will, I should have rushed
on deck, seicil a coop or grating, and
leaped over the side, for plainly enough to
ho heard came a sharp crackling noise, and
it wanted not the mate's word to enlighten
us as lie hiseed out, " Lucifers !"
" Here, quick, for O od's sake V exclaimed
Anderson. " Look here ; we are forcing the
wrong way at the door."
He dragged at it, but in vain, far a few mi
nutes, till, running on deck, the o:d sailor
returned in an instant with a couple of mar
line spike, which were inserted just as we
once more heard the crackle of a match.
" (Jnick ! it's for dcarlife," cried Kay; and
the doorcrashed, gave way, and Hew open,
to reveal to us, standing perfectly unmoved
by our forcible entry, the captain holding a
lighted splint to an iron-bound chest, which
was already blackened and charred at the
I'or a few moments we could none of us
slir. H .'ceuied as if at the slightest motion
on our part the chest which I afterward
learned was tilled with cartridge, for the
supply of one of the petty armies engaged
in the'l'.iraguayaii war would explode, lol
lowtd by the other chests and kegs piled
around. Then canm tho captain's low,
chuckling laugh, and we heard him say,
" This will drive you out, then, strong as
Then, with a gesture of impatience, he
thiew down t'-.i. burnt-out splint, took a
Iresb match from the box he held, and was
ah Hit to strike it. when, with aery that did
not sound human. Anderson leaped upon
him, and with one trem-ndons blow struck
him down, trampling n him (he next mo
ment as he applii d his nioNt lips to the
charred airl smoking edge of the chest.
The captain was not stunned, though;
and direcily after a fearful struggle took
place ami.l these kegs, my part being con
lint d to the securing of the m tch-box.
which I tore from his hand, trembling as I
did so. lest it should explode. Then came
the loud pauting brevUhiur of the wretched
man, a, held down by lour strong men, he
bowed his body up again and again with a
power that was almost superhuman.
lint the danger ws now past; and with
out Iosing.a moment we dragged him out!
into bis own cabin. ater was abundantly
applied to the charred side of the box; anil
Mr. Hay's first action was to make the car
penter screw up the door in a way that re
stored confidence as every screw was driven
in. 1 say hi first act: lor his second was to
sitdown'on the deck and cover his lace with
hi hand. and remain in that po.-i'ion lor
fully half an hour.
Constant watching, binding, and the use
of potent drugs, placed the captain out of
the reach ol" means to place us again in puil.
Hut though a brce.e sprang up the next
day; and our well-managed ship prosper
ously limhed her voyage, I never lay down
to sleep the rest ol the time without a shud
der, and never once dropped oil' without
waking with a start from a horrible dream
ot seeing the captain, match-box in hand,
applying a light to the edge of the cai I ridge
Oure In a while we wax In.".l'iiaiit over
the supercilious way in which soaie tner
chant,or broker, orprofcssional-nian relers
to the agricultural classes, and our only sat
isfaction isin rellicting how littlethey Unmv
what they are talking ah mt. Hippil'y these
occasions for righteou wr.ah :tro lieeoniing
less frequent as the world grows Ner, and
as farmers become more fitted to command
respect. Kvery one who ha chauge-d hit
calling in the course of ids life, has been
surpricd at the amount of detail which
has to be learned in regard to any new busi
ness. The farmer's work is, perhaps, more
akin to the manufacturing business th 111 to
any other; indent the farmer represents a
mauulacturitig interest, in eonipuNon with
which all othcrir.anufaet'ii-ic c-nihined an
Insignlicant, for were It not for the Iruits of
his labor everv.-c-rnrv in tin. l.nui u-nuhi
have to stop "its machinery, and that at '
or.ee. The inr.nuf.icturers, is a ni'c, make 1
but one nitiele. while tanuii a a cl.iis, ,
make a score. The test - neee ..iry inajcr- ;
tabling the pracli.al utiiiiy of n new ma-
chins are simple and c.iy wlan compirei
with the piticnt experiment-which a l'jnn: r I
iiiiisl jiuiMii- ut lure i.e can Know wit.'i CiT
tainty bow, imder the given r.i:diinr. he
can secutc me U(-sc crop, or how lc
Ucsr. cover the nhs ol ins ea'tle wil'i belt
and the backs ol his .-men with w.iol. ThL.
rule winch serves to muke eo ;1 butter nml
cheese in one place may not do -o v.ill in
another, and surely il anv i e ought to
watch tiie market 1 uely, "it ii ill" sarin.-r.
Among tlie sciences and tra it s of which he
must at least have some knowledge, are
veterinary surgery, animal and vegetable
physiology, carpentry. b!ae-kiiiit!iiii-r. k.hI-
dlery, and niacin work, with a hundred
other, which we have no space to enumer-
ite. What other branch of business ghes
in opportunity for .o complete a dewlon-
mcni, oi im-. lactuiicsas tins?
.iltuii.t Wimt llu svijVr
Though " conlirniations strong a-s jirtinfs
of Holy Writ" ami as numerous a- Hie
sands on the tea shore, were produeed to
prove that Dr. Tierce, tlie proprietor of V
Dr. Sage's Catarrh liemeiiy, is in earnest I
ami means wnai no says, wnen lie offers I
" J 1 V.H.U1II 1.111U11
he cannot cure, yet there would be some
skeptics and fogies who would tmthiue t
siiout, "Humbug!" IlrMnrn ! !" "It
can not be, becaue 1).-. Homespun fays
aiui in can iiUL i;e ciirru. vny, tins Ur.
Homespun is the identii-il good-natured old
rilfri.tr)m linttnctlt I .ITfi.-.iP nn.l 1,1.. t..
V."I. ,. llWIIkSllj uliv , .1 null JH.J Ul 1 i III
declaring that this e.nth is not round or
spherical, but Hat as a " slap-jjck" and does
not turn over, otherwise tlie water would all
be spilled out ot Dou-on I!aconrf. mill
pond, lint astronomical .' einice hn pm-i-itively
demonstrated and proven tint Dr.
Homespun is wrought stippu.-ing this earth
to lie Hat and stationary, and medical sci
enea is daily proving tlie fact that lie is no
less mistaken and behind the times in re
gard to tin! curability of Catarrh. In short,
it lias been positively proven that thi3 world
xji.i-cj and that medica science is proqreiee
the opinion or Dr. Homespun to the eon
ti.iry notwithstanding. That Dr. Sago's
Catarrh Heniedy will cure Catarrh, thou
sands wiio have used it attest.
I lifii liny it, uml use it, 'ii ilouUt lo not flunil.
You will Uml U in ilrurf eti.ies all mir Hie l;m.t.
t:i.r Ki:i.i..ei: There is noiliing moic
liable to result in the fcucicssfu! e-ireer of a
young man than couWcutself-reiunrc. it is
astoni.-hing how inucli more :t youth will
accomplish wiio relics upon iiimseir. than
one who depends upon others furs. istanec.
Having lirstiiscertaine.lt he-direction in, and
the means by which his ohjiot U to In;
reached, let him put his whole energies io
work, and with iin!.iiiinr Imln.trv nri..c re
ward. Tlie young man who, instead of lis
ing at ". sleeps till " or 8, and who spends
his evenings on tlie corners, or in Hie com
panionship of tho;e wiio are waning in!
laubable ambition, rarely ever wins a pi-i-1
tionof lionor or acliievesa reputation abov.-1
that enjoyed by the rominou nei-es.
Tlie bed of the Mississippi river seems t i
be tilling up at a rate which threatens in the
course ol time to seriously tilh-c navigation
during the dry season. This year at St.
Louis, while tlie surface of tlie water 1ms
been lour feet and one inch above the low.
eststage of water attained by the river in
ISiiJ, there was at the:ime limn only about
live inches dillfreiice in the depth of the
channel b( tween these year', showing that
the bottom of the river'niust lie three: feet
and lour inches higher than it was In ImIJ.
So in lSui; the bad ol the river was found to
be two feet and three inches higher than it
was ten years previous
Tlie ivjioi i's of l!ic lioar.l of I'l'iarmacv of
-ev.- 1 ork ci'y suow.s that out of two hun
dred ami hity druggists, and one hundred
and ninety clerks examined by tlie com
missioners, sixty thnggfets aiidVightv-onc
clerks failed to give .-ullieienr, proof of the
iiiaiiiii;;iiimi.s iie'i;L"-.siuy, tilld were riBCte'd.
Tin; majority ot the leading drngg'ists in
tl:r; city have been examined, and tlie re
sult shows that a largo number of both
druggists and clerks could not read the
J.aliu prescription'. 1
Cocoanut Dnors. Four tablespoons ol
pulverized sugar, white of one egg, well
beaten; one cocoanut, grated; make it in
small balls, and bake on buttered tins, in
II.iRXF.ss Hlackixg. Three ounces of
beeswax, four ounces ivory black, one p"nt
neatsfeot oil, two ounces castile soap, two
ounces lard, one ounce aloes ; to bs boiled
together, and poured into a hollow vessel.
Xaxtucket Cokn Cakes. To one pint
of boiling milk, stir in one collee cup of
white Indian meal: when cold add three
eggs, beaten separately, a little salt; bake in
Cr.KASsixc; Ili.AXKKrs Put two table
spoonfuls ol" borax and a pint cf soap into a
tub of cold water. Wlmn dissolved put in
a pair of blankets, and let them remain
over night. Next, day rub and drain them
out, and hang them" out to dry. Do not
To Make Ci.otii Watkki'kook. In a pail
of oft water put half a pound of alum ; stir
at intervals until it becomes cool, then pour
it into another pail and put the garment
therein, and let it ba in twenty-four hours,
and then hang it up to dry without wring
Ct'CUMiiEi: Cnow Cnow. To eight quarts
chopped cucumbers, add three quarts onions
cut line, and one pint salt. Let all stand in
a sieve twelye hours, then press out as much
of the brine as possible. Put in a vessel
and cover with vinegar, allowing room for
it to swell, as it will hi shrunk try the salt
atlirst. Then add threa tablespoons sweet
oil, two tablespoons black pepper, two tea
spoons cayenne pepper, stir frequently, and
in three weeks It will be lit for use.
Gnr.K.v Tomato Picki.k. One peek toma
toes, one dozen onions sliced, l.ivln salt one
night. Then pour off the water, and add
one ounce each of pepper, allspice and
cloves, one-fourth pound mustard seed, one
pound sugar; cover with vinegar and bail
Picki,i:i CAfi.iri.owKK. One gallon vin
egar, eight tablespoons salt, eight table
spoon mustard, lour tablespoons ginger,
two tablespoons or pepper, two tablespoons
allspice, two tablespoons of tamerack : boil
one minute; pour over hot; improved by
steaming thecanlillower until you can pierce
it with a straw.
Bitttphmii.k JJkci it. Take half a pint
of buttermilk and on- pint of flour; rub
into the llour a piece of butter half as large
as an egg; add a little salt, dissolve :i tea
spoon of soda in a litth' hot water, nml:ir
into the llour. Add flour enough to ni'.h!
smooth. Holl and cut out like tea biscuit.
Por.uo.YiiA-i. One teacup hops; hoi! in
one quart of water nine iiiedittin-sV.'d po
tatoes, boiled and strained, one tablespoon
sugar, two tablespoons salt, one tablespoon
ginger; if this Is net thick en. ugh, s'ir in
some llour; put in one cup of yeast (do mil
put in the yeast until it is milk warm ) tl-cn
put in a warm place to iie; :ic fire t i
blesponululs to one loaf bret 1.
Cocoaxi t Prnpixfi One c.vo iiiii: gr.it
ed, pour over it onequartofhoi milk; wi en
partly cooled add six well beaten g; su
gar to ta-te; bike twenty miriiti's ; wl.en
rione, spread iviti currant jelly, 'le-'i put
over that the well beaten white o! one erg;
return to the men to slightly brown.
Hkcaki-ast Itoi.i. IN.ur jullicii nr qu u:
tity boiling water cn one pint f cerium al
to iinkc a thick giu-1; ll let k stand
until nearly cold ; then add sa't. aid ::" J
l irge spcimlul ot" yeast ; mix in wheat i
Hour until it is still dough ; knead it we'!.
a 'id then let it stand In u warm i lace scv.-i i
or eight hours to rise; when light, make
into rolls, and b:ke one hour.
Arri.i: Maum.w.aih:. Take ar.v kind of
sour apple, pare and core, efi: tin "m in -mall
pieces, ami lo every peirui of apple pit:
three f..iirtli.i of a pound of pii.'v, Put
them iua pret rvin pan, and boil over a
slow lire until thev are ndticed toallw
l,l,!!- Then put them In j' ily j irs, an i keep
t!:l'"' !" :l cwl P'tec.
('.i:;:r C-i!:. Oninix n'.'ii.i:- Oiiedo. :i
ars ot corn, gia'ed. one put of sweet uitlk.
01 e ten-pron of pepper and -alt i sell, ve-rv
little Hour; hake on th ; griddle.
it. l.ijuis iAitxtrs
1 IT mldilli:
Kl.ir.r. b; inter..
k inter rel
Iliilci, dry Hint
V.l.'.tn. iir- silt
Hii! green al'
Wciol, roinluns uir.vs'Intl.
Coffee, jjood to iirim
:me, per uui.
',?l - ':
M.MIHKT.S IIY 'IKI.KeiltAl'Jl
Flour, St. Iiula
Wheat, No. I! spring
Uye, rtw western
j MSr nn
Ki r rxlra rimes,
Win at N 2.,..
( irn. No.
Dats Ni a
Itye So 2
!I ID nS.i , y "
4: mi tr, 1
i- a : .
S g 5 ! EVERY ONE IS
1 .75 fll.M '
I.-.') CA 1 C-n TO GI
.'jia ;! .
1.10 1. 15 , Mrtr,
2 7? t 4.:tt
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so es i.ih
fi a u
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ill fat iH
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IS Mill IKI
IC1 N ATI .-
I liiur, l.imily
I " ni
Hojia, lii ,
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Niuici ill litNl : For tin-yi are' v.nliMi nn.
UiiRanat llarriblmrcl-. I'j , ' I w:..t nn ;i
Kiioserliafe altir reimvliiB r.inlti,iicni:i. I luvi
lahrn iirni aim i-imiicn Ititullllili- nr.-H" tt
no.li. u joiiy uo.u, nnu in- more 1 Bw.illuvvi cl the
iiniri koi. no ii-tter l.uekiiy, or rather nroi-
o..ini.iii , 11 1 .line inio my neait in try nit Walk
kii'.s Vkiiiitaiii.i: Vinjic.ai: IIittkks. Iliia w:n
aliMit live inunllit apt. In lent thiiii tK ei ka cot
a twint;e riin-iineil tu remiiiil iuc oflltt- eonii Mint
' am ti. rrie.tly well, aniluvn only one reitn l
thai I didv.ol dizcoecr the true pec(fic tooner."
I Trust Mlml Tlmo Iiiih Niuirlliineil.
I The iiiaxiiii tli.it the voica of the jioojilc U Hie
j 01ee ot the Diwniiy, may ill tome cusch, lieoimi
to iloulit, lint tlie tt'bliiuony of liom.st nu.I i i:li;lit-
neil v. iliM'irert. tenillns lliroitliaberiesofyi :ir,
anil all to tln-tiiiiieitiriort, ii worthy oi'rrnl. nce,
ailuiita nf 110 iiiebtion. l'iou fiu-.li Iet.tluuuiy the
reiuiatio-i ol" IIolelItr' Stoniaeli lllltirs an an
anlnlote ami ciin; lor many iiilim nU it, liasnl.
Dtiriiis the twenty j eaM that it has been Ufore tin
worM, iuiiiiini ralile .reuiraliiiiiii itilenileil locoui
Iiete with it, have oae nji lite ructrls, uml ronui
down the e.U :i(,-uistieil .tieks. Jleannhile the pro
gress of lliat int-miifJi alii- Ionic lias lieen Bilt
auj Btea.ly aIivaj-8 tipuv.nl mi l onnard like the
aslc'8 flight. Iu inlro.la.-lion iroiluceil .-1 revo
lution in tlieraiii:licn, ami it prove! In tie ore ot
thooe ealutary te;olittions lh.it can i:ot co Inu-L-
Vianlj. To-ilay lliwtit'er'a lllttera id one of tlie
most popular rciiiciiita in r.hristenilom, an.l coin
raanil3 a larger eale than any iillier.nedicinal pre
paration, iiomealu; or iiniioile.l, 0:1 thisbiile of Ihc
Atlantic. As a euro for ihFinpoia, Inlioua ilisor-
ilers. ninous alleclior.a. r neral debility, aiel at
a preventive of epidemic l"evr, it taken i.m-e-
lenci; of every other rui:eily. TIim fact html.l
leacli the amliitii.uj rnuntry .Iralera wlm i Mle ivor
tofoist their local ab.-irttona on the i.iiblic. tu ita
bteail, bow futile tliiir mull allenipH to cajole Ihu
community must necessarily be. V here the game
Bih have failed, lliere m no cbanc- for llu; "suck-
PRIZE CANDY, &G.
Ten Tent l'rlo CUn.lv mc
Ten Cent McLcy ami Jewelry foe
Twenty-live Cent Jewelry $1 50
Twenlj-Ile Cent Money 2.01
Twcnlv-ilve e'ent iluncyaii'l Jewelry 2
Fifty Cent Jewelry 4X0
Twenty-live Cent VrizcfcUllmiery faekazes 1.50
Ten Cent I'rUe Matluncry Caches 7Jc
rri?ee"!icwl:iR;up.i, iicrlM COc
1'rlza l'ayer Collars, ner 100 1.10
JAMES GATES &
88 Main Street,
COR. BROADWAY & BIDDLE ST.,
ST. LOUIS, mo.
DYER & CO., - Proprietors.
(Formerly of the St. McholM Hotel
Transient Cuosts, perdar,- $2. Of
B. V. KIMIAK. I ,-t.
A MTCfl'IenapiI wnrnm reellnit a pood pa;
Wralv 1 ELJlnir business lo sell ourjnew IIIu'traK
historical, Mognphleal. roellel. rellxtftus anil airr
cultural works. Semi -lamp lor full particulars tic
vou e.iii make 31U1 $3l iiennontli. II U. Will til 1
A e'o I'iiM Wicis. C16 .Market st , St Louis, Mo. octi-
O A MONTH
Mlf wMi STKXeiL M) KEY TAG outBt. SenJ
Olxlexue ami I'riie l.lst.
W. II WIN AltK A Cl.
o.:-2m l ;!ve street, St. I.ouln. Ml
AGi;.M.S WANTED FOK TI1K
MISTOBY OF THE
War in Europe
It contains owr l.c fine I'njf.-nliiffs nfli.it tr Scenes
ami iiH-I.h-nH In fn War. anil It ihu rtily KUKL, All
tllKNTll' ami 4FFIt lAh lilstorj of that vtvaI con
II let. Acrnl-ari! raeetlnjrw Hh tiiiiirectI:ntt'il8iicrrf"t
flllnc from 2i tit locnplrn per Hay. ami It Is pub
Hslicti In lotli IjuIUIi ami Ccriiun.
Ci 4 rTmr(r"Vrln'"'"' histories arc helna
iU i-XliN elrciiUtctl. tec that the
on!. 31m Im v cmrMluH 1 5o Hue fiirraliipt am! K"o
av'i". ISen! lor rlrii'arsanl sw our lrrm, ami a full
rMTlpll.ur Hit; work AiMreM A'OA rui;
IMIlNfi 0-. it. I.otils .Mo. nc:-13t
ARE YOU GOING TO PAINT ?
Vbii the eEi.i:.;itATEi)
Averill (hemiea! Faint.
I'tiro Whi;r ai. ! 4 ttiy i-Iiatltr f iIor for flm st
House Painting !
ALL MIXD KEADY FOR USE.
T.ie t:nst liir.i1iti. baull;ul n:i! rcononiic.il llonic
i .11111 dkkm. i,t-rj mad C'h own iiaintlrir
lhllilti' luslttinlu 11-e elk'lit Marfan-, its sunc
rlo- mi rlt il.onnthly protcu. ei-uI lur sample cards
UIHI LIIIU.JI 3. JIHUII",
(iKt rAUTIMIHSK X CO..
(Wikt.i) Western A pent H,
oc'C-m S, Slain street, &t. I-ouii. Vo.
i" 1:1 w
Of Uio. -A-gre !
Unbounded Success !
UNPAnALLELHD POPULARITY !
i'liifo'iu and Pianl Heat,
Are nore earefiillv lltli .1.
To lie ni"ri'i-:istl ul:.l elu:ip!y iiltililitetl,
'1 o lie tii.l. r inure perli-el e.il.trol,
Tiiri.m-a.-lriin.rilrall.ainl Kile lielter sall5faetlon,
ii-l lMII.Il i nn l.tss I'llICK tlian nv thru Iron
Ett.ie In the u-ir' .t.
EXCELSIOR SHNI F.U TliKLMi CO,,
612 ii GI4 il. MAIN STREET,
r-T. I, ifls. MO
An.l j 1 in e .!ea!r.i sii1!-3i
THK 1TNITKI) KTATI-N
foliar Store !
HAVE HEMQVED FROM
No a - V.rt!i lUtf tinci lo the larre nl t-U'Mnnl
No. 402 m Xtaistii St.
fl.u?i.l (o.'s M(c wlifrv llicy
)i'JlM'kt Hint must I. fant iriir.il! i-n-r
Will Bi'ii nit
t m-ii-u in mis vny it r 't.f Hoiur- t'atn arueit.
Cull :mI Ins h ct our (nis uplK-3m
BAPTIST AUBSTri WANTED
nerj win re r..r ll t- l.irset Itai ll- l paper In the norM
Alile nrl'iTH, M.i. l In- ne. an.l eiiuMlit liuprue
melds. Ke't.I. .Marlii-i Itilmit. hiiinl iv rhuol lleliart-
inelll lefoii elery iv, ek. All lllllexlhle ailloeale ot
U.ltttM lirllirlhlt-s. I li: rnlrr. imlv S.1. 511 Hit vi'nr
Tin- iii. i.t ai-himmiin'i- pfimtiim an.l eliilitihn; IM
i-ler oil. r.-il. or Ulier.il e.i.h ruiitiuissioiis ialil.
itu -.'iiei-liiici! ' "py ami ,i tiIi ul if kkkk to alliilin
Mill nrlle In I Tllr.i: ,v VKVitAN, TltK e'KMTIt L
ItAl-n-r, sr l.ni'1-. Mil nrlS-lm
l.isi ! ii:iifiii ree.ntlv issued from the
United Sf.ite I'ti'i'iil Olliev. Iteported by
rrindlc Si I yer, attorneys :it law, and solic
itors ofAtiifiii-anund foreign paU'nts,V:tsh
inloit, 1. !., ami .soutlicabt corner Fifth
and Pine .streets, St. Louis, Missouri.
r.ral.e-for Mld.ii'j, II. I!, l.fc. JIarvville.
Siwin '.ravliine, .1. -. K'slon Klston
Lubricator fin-steam mid air p issaes, S.
N. Cnodalc. Sr. Louie.
Minder ( o.-l., M. II. Jltu-on and John S.
.Med'rutn, Ku!!Jas City.
"A xvc.ii-y iravclt'i- lialle'tl :tt .-iCiuiiliciI.ir.il
I:itii ami :i!.i -.I lorrtniiu lutcon uml KrcTiis.
'I'lio I.niilli.i-il niuttrkfil, 'Wuaru out of bit-e-ott;
iiiu-c mit (o Zaiifsville for sonic'
NV'lij- ilon't jou nuMi your own pork uml
cure your own bacon V roplie'd tlio Iravulcr.
'Uaifcour own pork raise liell,' sn'ul lliu
hinillori!, ' wliy, hall a blioat woitM jjlut tho
a 4 sr. to usk
tM ; aiiis55&i woo
RELIABLE WORK ! ELEGANT DESIGNS LOW PRICES
FURNITURE AND BEDDING !
SALESROOMS, N.E. COR. FOURTH & LOCUST STS. UP STiffiS.
BRANCH HOUSE AND MATTRESS FACTORY,
MARKET STREET -near Second.
Thk i.)i:.vne;N o? a branch ovrneiKSAi
Orients! Tea Compicy or San Knn-ilsco mil Hoik
Koz, In Ht- Louis, thoalil be aprfcijl ! a?..1 puti on
lied b? Use public Itfnables all to -urchase Uieii
Teas r-oia first liinda at caro prices. These Tin arc
mncb frc?tier than those soHl In Eastern Hit's, ihti
are saved three ijoaths sea vovase. 8uper!rtnduce
oicnts offered lo rlabs. OoodTeas o cents p-" I oun!
Club and price lift wt free apon appllcitlna n m
ttREAT 0IUEST1L TSi iV,mm.
803 K. "irtn street, S. Louij., u)o.
v li tlooil5 tellrcred tree 61 Trajisum t ulta to i
part; of tii- United Klites DiI t3atle anjff-m
A liKVTJ nul.i-S2l
ItOliU IKti WlIl'IOW any
lit.pUl; securely faaien it "mwii. 1'itl cn csf'erfasli
In one st-ernl No rlilselni'. l'Mtii 25 cents for Fam
ttc hy mail. U.r.VIN ATIIH. Ai!Ire?s C 11.
TATHICK, UI Whl KuurtH tlrutt, Clnciunatl, Olil.
f SHE LIST
a iB was HI
19, W CSS SS?,ji
820 A DAT
Ma.le In relllilif the r.ew SILVFIt MAIIK F.II. Sen
forClrinlar W. ItAltSAItll A W.,
iet2-1in 1 Vt Olive tre-l. M I nnfe. Mo
JJ YBASS. gj
JONES' COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
S.W. COR. FIFTH Si. OLIVE 373.,
ST LOUIS, Ml)
JONATHAN JOXI.S. - - Prwidrat
JOHN W. JOHNSON, rtrf.sforof Hoofc-Jicepln,
JOHN W. Troft-SFor Mathematics, in chzif;
t riling i-()ariuzv..i.
J ON ATI! A V JONKd, Uclartr on CommtrcLa Law,
Circulars ami catalogues ctvlnc all arccssiry Infor-
nuxiiou in recaru io tumor, noirr, lliur l' CCtnrlCie.
tic. niautti irrc.
-fcrfi"o vacation. A'!'!rrs
J. JOitNcON, i!isa,ci!i IYIiic!pal
WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED
Magtilro's SennoFiant, Prico 715 eta
rorinarriiuu, liysentcry, euoierx, esc
Iron - Prico SI.
uioiKi ruriiiir. ro:ilc itun bystem IUnoTator.
iMaculro's Aguo Mixturo, Prico $1,
inmiioie tpcciuc for i biiM mm hetr. Intermlttccl
rever, iiuiuu Atrue, niseseu laver, etc.
Maguiro's Expoctorant Syrup,
Prico - - 50cts.ane1$l
The btt renie.ly extant for Csujbs, e'olils, etc.
Maguiro's Buchu, - - $1
KorJ es of ts lilsd.lcr, Kl.lne) .viU Urlnvv Or
Tlie nhlest an.l best la use for restoring gray lialr to Its
iirlKln.iIei.lnr: (.reservleR It Irom tallluR off, anJ
Ketiuuj; it bon aniKiosy.
Maguiro's Arnica LInlmont, 5 0 cts
The most rill il le external remeJv.
Maguiro's C!octrlcPainCuro,23 cts,
hxteriul aa.l lutercri reueily. iKStaiuly relieves rain
Maguiro's Antl-Silious Fills, 25 cts
Kor Unions evjrip'aliii.- nf allLlmls.
rr.aculro's Stimulant Antidote, $1,
io neutralize uan eueets ot alcoholic suuiklicu.
Mngulra'a Altnrntivo Plixer, CI
t or Uie eure nf semrula, lUieuiii.itUm, Nenrilj;lA.(:ou!,
Mercurial an.l plilt.it.l Afl. etl.mi, Culler, t-wctl-
ik ui ihu uuiini., i irers. i iini'ie. i.iotenes. nu
t'omtltulloujl iIlsorders.arlsii'Kl'oiu luipurltyof ttc
Maqulro's Jamaica Clngor, SO Cts
rur.-stainl strmif est mi.ilr.
I'reiure.l by J..t C. JIACUllIK. H.-ulsa, St. Ial.,
Cfoltl by s.!l DrulH8.
AlilCN 1 8 A.N t h FOIt
AS IT IS,
Tilts ;v f 7o iMscit. lo'i t-oj;rii.., an c
liausitaiil hLttulanl wurl, uf lh" liltriirst authorlty
fiii iieiitlvatl.ttteit l. !! Umcj it i",ny ini. owrs t.it
wliolt Kimil'Ii h'itciii, i'ifs Its luwIi-asiTrtrm-ff,
Us frauils, Ui tK'iM'Oitiims. 1 s suih iuinmnillllt", lis
opposition In our tmltlf srltmili.. iimi and rcll-
jrinusItlitTtv. V, A.IIl'ri'UlNbON XCO..Sie North
H. S. HOPKINS
111 Jil j? !
Ullivt. l.'ounn "J ami 1 .Siiaiiioii'K Inihliiis,
No. 12 N. Fotirt'u street, St. Louis.
mat 7-1 V
icTVIieu Yit(in Jo nilrcitls
crs pleusc say you b:iw the adver
tisviucut iu this liaper.
S. & S.-No. J
ST. LOUIS, MO,
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY
Dr. "WAUCEIA'S CAXJTOEN1A
Hundrsds of Thousands
i- Betr Ustloonr to thtlr Wander
? ful CarittTC Effect.
I s i WHAT ARE
THEY?? f 2
ZS " THEY ARE HOT A VILE n J
"llFANCY DRINK, P2
Midc cf I'oor Itnm, Whtsliry, Troor Spirlti
ami l:efat t.iqaors doctored, fplced and sweet
cr.fil to itc&33the taste, called "TonIc,"'ilppctIt
Mntorcrs,'4c-, tbat lead tha tippler oa to
firial.en3cs and ratn.bnt are atrneMedIcln,:rmde
from tlie Native ftootl and Ilerbs of C!';mla,frec
fmm all Alcoliwlio Stlmnlitntt. They are the,
fllinAT Dl.dOD 1'URIVIEltucd.M.IFS
UlVIN't; I'ltlNCIPIiE a perfect Ittnwcator and
Inrlsontcrof the System, carrylnBcffallpoIsoaoot
natter and rcstorlsg therblood to a healthy condition.
Jf o person tate these Bitten accordlag to direc
tion cn J remain lonjr nnwcll-
8 1 !l 3 will be Elrea for an Incurable case, provided
tlie bones tra cot destroyed by mineral poison or
other means, and the vital orgsna if toted beyond the
point of repair.
For Iuaamnintorr and Chronic ltliee.nm
tln uml Jont, Dynpcpiln, or In.!lcetion
Hillom.Itcmlltcnt nnd Inlrrmittent Tevcn
Disennc of tUellloo.l, Liver, Kidney ani
lilnililcr, these Bitten have besn most sncce"
fj!. S3.ich DiEicacs are causedby Vitlnted
tlocd .Thlch Is generally produced by derangement
of the DiEPftlvoOrcan.
nYSI'El'SIA Oil INDIGESTION, Head,
ache, ralnintheShoulders, Conges. Tightness of the
e-hest, Dizziness, Socr Eractat'ons of tha Stomach,
IU1 taste In the Month, Billons Attacks, Talpltatlon
or the Heart, InaimmaUon ot the Lnngs, Tain in the
res!oa3 0f t.':e Kidney;, and ahnndrcd other palcfiS
nyteptom.', nro tho offsprings of Dysper
Tliiylnvlfforata the stomach, and stimulate the tor
ptl liver ni! tnrels, which render them of nneqnalled
eflcjey in e'eanstaj the blood of all impnriUcs, and
lmpir'.'.nT ncxr life and vigor to the whole system.
Kmc:r,E'otcaes, Spots, nm pies, Fttstales.Lolls.Car
bur.t!''', l"cg-TTonns, Scald Ucad,Soro Eyes, Erya.p-e'.t--.
I'eli, Scnrfi, Discoloration! of theSU,TInmori
andL'Ucisaof the Stia.of whatever namcornatnra.
a- rurally Jns np and carried ont of the system In ct
;ori time by the nse of these Bitters. One bottle In
snch cases wilt convince the raostlrCTciMousof their-ce'-ativc
Canse tho Vitiated Blood whenever you fl j-d ita
cr tor:: ; clcanseltwhcn yonEnd it obstnetei
a jd slt:;r;i2h. In the veins ; cleanse it v;hn it Is roaI
and yosr feelings wCl tcllyoawhcn. Keep the UooC
pars and the health of the system will fallow
1" IN, TA lE and other WO lurilncin the
lystemof so many thocsan Is.areciTectuallydestroT
ed and rmoved. For fnll directions, read cartfally
fh-irfiitiMi''' ,ii Tiottle. rIntel, ta roar 1"
piiies Eagll'h, German, French and Spanish.
J.vfALSK, Proprietor. H.n.McDOXALDiCO,.
I)njg!-!s and Oea. Agents, San Fnncisco. CaV.
ini and SI Commerce Street, Xew Tork.
I?" SriD 3T Xlu DR0GUI3TS AND BEALEI3
FOK ?ALS, wcnraip.r aJuste4 Ic tht- rye, from an
tMUjiuatlon of tl:t orran alone, 603 tc snltjcsi
aswr'l by-srt:3c!aJ ;s iiy lliht. withoi.l ceellce
change to Ihoie of strciyccr raafa!fyin? powrr from la
to 2S yetrs.
BY EOW. S. F3AHKS, f:. D.
Lt huirron tlie Huian Cyc, nJ oa tl:e U3C anJ abuse
of;c.tacIes; I If. Usvemor aati )ntlcln ot'tlie New
Vol I; I'jc an.l Mtr Inilnrury; j-ll5t sn.I pt!ctaa t'
tc N'lb: Ycri Eye sad ELitr HosplUL
iprirK. 2o s nrrii ;t. ht. tiuri. .
The late Hon. AbrViata IJnrola. rr'tiJciit f
UiittC Miiws; Hrn. Millanl rlluiAre. lTi.ICB?c-f tl.
Un. ci tftitfs: lion AailnwrJ. Curlia. U.S.Mtnis
urto Ilussti; Hon. Jr... U. Gtary. Co. of tern:
Hop 'll-of. II. t'Tinowr, ov oCt onnccticutt.
t!r:cs of Uie -aniau tve anileartnevlatly etieniT t
to. t;?.-N connection lib anv ptddicri1. or:r.ueI-
lrcfarn! ears itotor
2T VAX UK ('Ut! ED.
CIr. uUr. rrlffllts. ami all n-ri5n Iin.r-Miiiu
ciu tc lad byadtIrP5ln (with return iio-tjef tamjij
iK-ti-if hi.v t. i t liii.iiv.Tr...o;.ir).
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itVE OVU WEUi KAOsTX
CJoMvJrucJloii;, aisiJ o Heavily
ih3i o ft ivo
. article in i!te lioHseliotif
Jm- a greater influence in ro
miiUut; the health, comfort and
ha;Iiness. of the. family rirclc
than the Cook Store, it is econ
omy :w welt as Folicy to set the
u eS g ? 3
VE1IY BEST ; and in luiyniK the
CSt.lJtTEIt OAK, you v.a rely on
set tint; the mnstSuccefuZ.Popu
lar uml rctfetl (Jookius stove
In UKjairaa EpieureBiosCi-iu
ere a?u-a3's sure of Iiaviit:;
mm mmm wan
612 & CI J X. Main Street,
LIVE STOVE DEALEES