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Just alter the death of the flowers ,
And before they are buried in snow,
There comet a festival season.
When nature la aU aglow-
Aglow with a mystical splendor
at rivals the brightness of Spring
w wltn a beauty more tenner
an aught whieh fair summer oould bring.
Boom spirit akin to the rainbow.
Then borrows its magical dyes,
And mantles the far-spreading landscape
In hoes that bewilder the eves .
The sun from His cloud-pillowed chamber
Smiles sou on a vision so gay, ..
And dreams that his favorite children.
The flowers have not yet passed away.
There's luminous mists on the mountains,
A light, azure haze in the air,
As if angels, while beavenward;soaring.
Bad left their bright robes floating there
The breexe is so soft, so caressing,;
It seems a mute token of love.
And floats to the heart like a blessing,
From some happy spirit above .
These days so i
se and so charming,
Awakena dreamy delia-ht
A tremulous tearful enjoyment.
Like colt strains of music at night,
Wi know they're fkdina- and fleeting
: ana netting
That auickl v. too aulokiv. tneT'll end.
And we watch them with yearning affection,
As at parting we watch a dear mend.
Oh I beautiful Indian Summer!
Thou favorite child of the year,
m aarimg, wnom nam re enr
With arUts and adornments so dear :
How fain would wn woo thee to linger
on mountain ana moaao w awnue.
For our hearts, like the sweetfhauntsofNature,
Rejoice and grow young in thy audit I Z'"i
Not alone to the sad fields of Autumn
Doat-thou a lost brightness restore .
But thou brtngeat a world-weary spirit ,
Sweet dreams of its childhood once mors; -
Thy peac. and serenity offer
A fort as te of heavenly rest.
You bad better not keep stock than
allow their manure to be wasted. It
moat not burn up and lire-fang in
great heaDs, nor be ;washed away by
water drenching it from the eaves.
The liquid portions must be absorb
ed by something, and the solid kept
from neaung and exposure
A harness kept well oiled is easier
for the animal, is stronger, and don't
wear out nail as fast as one allowed
to go year in and year out without
care. Clean the harness with a
sponge and castile soap. Apply the
oil with an old paint brush. A long
tin pan saves the drip.
Hoos. Boas should he kept dry
and warm in the winter season. The
loss in fattening a hog kept in a cold
pan .rill be more than, twenty-live
per cent, of the cost of feeding, as
proved by actual trial. They cannot
M' kept too warm in winter. The
same will apply to cattle in this cli
mate. Chkce' Iljix.--A good horseman
Will always drive with & tight rein
just so tight that the animal will
feel a gentle pressure on the bit, and
if the check rein is not too tight, this
is the best Safeguard against stumb--.
rvj Hn jh.e carnage horse is often cru
elly punished by the unmerciful!
tightness ort tie cnecK rein; His mou tn
becomes calicos by the constant hard
prtossare tf the bit, and loses its sen
sitiveness to the gentle' pressure of
the driving rein.
Vr-if the a v
erage profits of farming are less than
I nt- lt dto follow' that
Watt1 men would do better by
changing thefo businaai, Thre is
more unskilled labor on the farm-
man m any Dines caning, ana tnat
kind of L bo r has a hard time in any
business. An exchange, with re
spect to this subject, states that if
some men make but two per cent,
by farming, others make eight on
their capital, and furnish themselves
and their sons with remunerative
employment all the while, which is
one or file great advantages of farm
ing. Tne remedy or unsuccessful
farming is not a change of business,
nc a onanWof policy. Knowledge
and. skill pay as wall on the
in the workshorj or couatf nroo'
more valuable substances than ash
es, to enrich the soil and restore the
waste made by continued cropping.
Especially are they valuable for
t"MpM, frnit-trees. and strawberries,
and can hardly be misapplied. Ash
a do not seem to be so useful on wet
land as on dry. Unleached ashes
are muoh the best, but leached ashes
are vary good and should be need, if
they a an be obtained at a rtaeoRuble
cost. Some ad voeate the use of coal
ashes, but we have never found them
to be of much value as a forHUgar
Thev mav be used on some stiff, te
nacious soilswhen they have the ef
feet to render it more friable, but will
orrty so far as theretC
may be wood ashee mixed with the
coal. Farmers should be very care
ful to save all their wood ashes un
der cover, o that none of the good
qoAlCMi'smalVsst before they aa
wanted for ase. We have seen many
a one who had to Buy manure, ha in
the aahee made about the house
turned Into , a heap and left all
through the winter to be wasted by
the storms. . JLet more attention be
paid the so-called little things about
the farm, and more money will, be
Voice of the Press!!
It is an evidence of the sterling
worth of Dr. Okbistik's ague
Baijsam. that the press speaks in its
I tiasBsaaitsB r Q.3 1 HA H
1 Mamtme I M inly gaj Whdfcr
sver to nutr er
commend anything to
anvthlnar to our readers
unless the article noticed possessed
in our opinion, real merit ; and
thouarh frequently importuned! we
have never departed from it. But
whenever any thing is presented to
oar observation possessing, these
qHt'as, we consider it doe to our
patmu int we maJke it known to
then. We therefore call the atten
tion of our readers to a new remedy
tor Fever and Ague, Da. Christie's
Aquk Balsam. We know it to b a
good remedy. Hundreds of our sub
scribers have tried It, and in no in
stance has it failed , to estect per
manent cure. We only apeak what
afflicted with this prevalent disease.
we commend it, for it is well deserv
ing or conndence. Try it
"Laws of Business."
We refer our readers to the book
called "Lawb of Busikss," by
It is the only book of the kind ever
brought out In this country, under
the authority of so high a name in
jurisprudence as that of Theaikhilas
Parsons, of Harvard University.
We can cordially recommend it as
a work of real solid merit, and of
practical utility, to every Intelligent
To almost any man, be he farmer
or mechanic, the information and
forms the book contains, will save
- him every year the price he paid for
It three or four times over.
A kind lady in Lierwiston, Me., had
a rare pleasure the other day. Findr
iDg by chance a girl of 15 years,, a.
cripple from birth, ho had never
seen any portion ot the city, except
the little visible frota the window of
her humble home, aha took her in
her sleigh and gave her an hour's ride.
It -was the poor girl's first introduc
tiontorthe world, and everything ssw
TiWMraud strange. The tails excit
ed her enthusiastic admiration, ana
the crowds of sleighs and people on
the streets seemed to her like a fairy,
Should occasion require you to pur
chase that well-known remedy, B.
. Fahne9tdck's Vermifuge 'be par-
ticnlarly careful tea.thai the ini-
s are B. A. This Is the article
that has been o favorably known
since 1S29, and purcLftfSers must In
sist an fcarxgj it. Jt? they Uo not
wish to have an imitaMon forced up
on them. :
Card to Buyers.
As we are Informed that some Watoh Deal
ers are misrepresenting the quality of our
watches in the interest of other watches on
which a larger profit is made.w desire to call
the stan Woo of buyers to certain facts which
should insmre renewed confidence in the su-
I perior quality and unrivaled cheapness of
1 vValihim Watcbbs . We hare an experience
of sixteen years, and our advantages are the
natural result of the precedence acquired in
the trade and the proportions to whi h our
manufactory has attained, making now twice
aa many watches as all the other manufactur-
I .C ....,.... .tnl.t.Afl c ,1 Do i A n
trig 111 lllio tvuuiu vuuiuiusu. wju no uu tuuua-
trial law is better established than that which
cheapens the cost of an article in proportion to
the magnitude of its production, we are en
abled to offer our watches at less rates, quality
for quality ,than any others made in this coun
the conditions which make this cheapness
possible are also favorable to the excellence of
We have the best workers in every depart
ment that are available, and with machinery
perfect and ample, we make bv far the finest
graae or watcuee mane in mis country, sur
passing all other American watch man ufactur
ers by our ability to offer buyers the largest
variety from which to select any style that may
Our watches have long been the leading arti
cle in the.r line, and are sold by nearly all re-
soectable iewelera at a moderate nroflt
With these facts as basis the Company con
fidently appeal to watch buyers to insist on
having their preference for Waltham Watches
respected by that small portion of the trade
whose hostility to them arises from the fact
that, they are sold at less profit than nv others .
Buyers should also he on their guard against
purchasing worthless Swiss Watches, bearing
colorable imitations of our trade-marks.
Not satisfied with copying our trade-marks
as nearly as they dare, the Swiss manufactur
ers send iarate numbers of their refuse to this
market marked "Union Watoh Co." "Maasa-
aolt Watch Uo.." and ' "Ureal Western Watch
Cor. , ' ' and other deeeptiws American names .
Any de.-ls-r wh rtooaunends these watches as
genuine American Watches means to cheat ii
tie can , and when represented to he as good aa
the genome-the object is, of course, to sell
in si xnree or lour times ineir real value .
vers who do not know responsible iewel
hould sand for our descriptive catalogue,
useful information to
watoh buyers. , :' 1 10 lr'
i Nsrvwafches retailed by the Company. For
All oKapi-.fenm asa intarmulnn. uldrMA
ROBINS & APPLETON.
General Agents, Broadway, N. Y.
Cancer can be Cired,
AND so can Scrofula, Tetter,?!
all kindred diseases. Prof. J.Mac Nich-
maae uu au
above diseases his soeoial
stud v for
nd has beeaJemoientsjy
eni. ne unaenaaes
baying failed bat in three (gj. instances in all
iiMss uataacHOL, m. d..
MI8M Psxrian St.. Philadelphia, ia.
Warranted to core.
3(6. Sent by expreasttoany
9 Hate street, Worcester, Mass.
To THxLAPrxs. Madame Bonafour'a Cordial Bahn
Price $5, with directions, sent by to anj ad-
rrr rt mwiwhskh. HttrHU.i
'TnrcraiAjLrKXjcTvrr: Hdtntar tends more to eon-
I nubial bspplnesa. than cheerful and healthy Infants
aaa cbtldrsA' lb. Wbltcomb'a syrup It the great
children's taojhlng syrup.
Economt. Save v our doctor's hill and a serious
attack or Illness by taking a few doses of Dr. Henry's
Root and 1
a riant nils, see ad vertlssnent.
If yoardo;not feal-well you send for
a aoctor 4 calls (ainybu, looka wise.scra wis
some hieroglyphics upon a piece of paper
whicaVyou take to a drug store and there pay
SO ota. to (1.00, besides the doctor's fee, for a
remedy nine rimes out of tan not half so good
as Dir. MoaaWlNiHA Moor Pills; which
costs but 2o ots. per box. Do you think the
former Ute best,, because you pay the most for
it ) If you do. We advise you to use. just as an
Jxperiment, the Morse's Indian Boot Pills,
'hay are pnparrd AM a -formula pronounced
ytWmoflerM physichvas l our country.
t and most universal of lamuy
jhe. Id ver complaints, Indigestion,
UvaneDsia. Female irrea-uli
Female irregularities, Ac., and
are pot up both sogar-aoated and plain
them a tr ial . Sold by all dealers .
These afflicted with diseased Heart. Lungs,
Laver and Kidneys, which arS often the result
,or youluiui inttisoretions, exoesses and pro
duces uyspepsia, indigestion, uonsupation oi
Bow eat, Asthma, Palpitation of the Heart,
Nervousness, Dimness at Sight, Giddiness.
Pains in the bead, back and side, accompanied
with -sleepless nights, otmfusion of ideas, loss
of memory, and a general debility of the whole
system, often leading to Insanity, Despair aad
Deadr" Also those suffering from Prvrte Dls
easestpredticiag lamps on the bones, eruptions
pa ttae;forahead, ulcers on the legs, throat,
nose, and all forms of Heart affections are in
vited to consult ok. Fvrorsf by letter or in per
son, as SO years' experience in the treatment
ol all forms ot disease (part of which has Seen
snrnt Tn the prinoina Hospitals of Lonaoh.
in tne principal no
and Dublin) has en a
pans auu iiuoimi has enamed him to guaran-
tee 'nstant relief or no money demanded
Kemedies prepared by himself forwarded to
allpaftsot the country, betters containing
vered. Conimuliicationa confliien
mb'er C-. riynn i no Quack, but a
duate and a member of the Royal
ii a; . Ave me:
ill slMw, and therefore his
ag be renedJpn. A trial wfll CSa
. UKALI CdXPLimis cuuo. uf-
nce Jo..S0a St. Charles-St., between 8th and
9th 9ta-; St Louis, Mo. Hours from 9 a. ni.
(0 V p. m..t Snndays included.
Indigestion not only effects the physical
hsalUi but the dispositions and tempers of its
victims. The dyspeptic becomes, too, in a
measure demoralized by his sufferings. He is
subject to fits of irritation, sullenness, or de
spair, as the ease maybe. A preternatural
sensitiveness which he eannat control, leads
him to misconstrue the words and acts of those
around him, and his intercourse even with
those nearest and dearest tc him ia not unfre
ouentlv marked by exhibitions of testfasess for
eign to his real nature1. These are the mental
f,Henomena OJ me uieewic, iui wmvu wit uv
id Cannot be held Justly responsible, but they
occasion ranch household dssc mfort. It is to
the interest of the home cirole it is essential
to family harmony as weir as 10 the reacce of
the principal sufferer irom a state not far. re
movad Irom inoipicnt insanity, that these
symptoms of mental disturbance be promptly
reniund. his ean aajy he done by removing
their physical cause, a derangement of the
functions orthefltomeoh and its allied viscera,
the liver and the bowels. w Upon, tbces three
port ant organs doti" . .
i simultaneously, producing a 'borough and
xary cnaugw in ucsir tuuuiuuu,
Je ingredients of which the preparation i
(Mseduara of a renovatinal f egulatipg and
alterative character and the stimulant which
lomtia activity to their remedial virtues is the
purest and best that can be extracted Irom the
most wnoieswne ui in wmui, vi.. wuum.t.
No dyspentio can take this genial restorative
far a u 1 n tr 1 1 we ek without exueriencing a not
able improvement in his general health . Not
only win his bodily sunerings auate irom uay
to day, but his mind will recover rapidly from
its restlessness and Irritability, and this happy
change will manifest itaeir In his demeanor to
all around himt
Royal Havana Lottery of Cuba
S300.000 In Gold Drawn eivery 17 days.
T)Pvf ZFS Cashed and information
YAUU & GO. , Bank-.-
x For sale
DRY COODS A NOTIONS.
Successfully treated. Perfrrfctrent cnreseasoJ
ed or no charge. Send stamp for ci
terms, Ac. Address J. K. Boss, NoblesvitJ
WILL KNIT 20,00 8TITC
im urt miru 1 1,
BEST SKJc'oRD anS5i3S!rrFD
IBbbb saw b3BbbbsI hlS aLw SSBSBB
mt ir- ... ,j ;.-iitj,M,l
And do Derfect work. leaving every knotathMumber
inside of the work. It wMI kbit a pairofataek-
incs any size in less than half an hour. IX
Close or'Open.Plain or Ribbed "Vyerk,
with any kind of coarse ctr flae woolen yam,
or cotton, silk or linen. It will knit stockinos
with double heel fld toe. dfalrers, hoods,
sacks, smokinn cajpa, UnfrVfta Burses. Brain,
fringe, aiVhans, nubias, uhdcfBleeves, mit
tens, skating caps, lamp wicks, mats, cord,
undershirts, shawls, jackets, cradle blankets,
leggings, suspenders, wristers, tidies, tippets,
tutted work .andin fact an eodles? variety of ar
ticles in every day use, as weu as ior ornaracoi.
Shitting Miichmesttimr sttagtcwWie
e more. knitting
ready aasa-. A
naran can i
ive to niteen
pairs of stock!
fits on which
wiU be not lean than foil
tihnts per pair.
Can sel 1 thetr wool at only forty to fiftv
peirpoundt but by gettinir the
wool made into
yarn at a small expense, and knittin
socks, two or three dollars per poun
reiiaeu i j
On receipt of $25 we wiU forward a machine
as ordered. i ij sti
We wish to procure active AGKNTS in every
section of the United States and Canodasto
whom the most liberal inducements will be of
fered. Address,. b JUOfitt N !
AMfiKICVX KXITTIXG MACHINE CO. ,
Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo.
THE AiUESKTM FAMILY
Is presented to the public as the most
Simple, Durable, Compact and Cheap
This Machine will run either backward or
forward wilh equaliacjiw-i.
Makes the same Btitch as by Hand,
The mostCompaQt, the Simplest and
Cheapest In the Cpuntry
Tne rated power andest workmanship guar
Sole Manufacturers I
(tEO. W. RAI.L. Airent.
1 tv? r . r
- umee, vi uro
Broadway, N sa
WUUatn Strwt, New York,
RED JACKET AXE
cnstlrskittsDer'secoaoft Sorft SuesMn
S better than oar
he wood. Third-It floes net Jar the hand- Rsurth
Nouroels wasted In tastnit
Fifth with the same labor yon
UH sxe ouv ox uw ui.
will fin nuSitnl
more wnrK than wltn regular
th reeular axes. Red nalnt has
nothing to do with the good qualities of this Axe, for
all our Axes are minted red. If vonr hardware store
does not kep our goods, wo XV gladly answer In-1
qulrtee or flU yonr orflera direct, or glvelreaBaasle
ol the nearest dealer who keepeonr axes. -lAtSn
ktrriMWMT BA&l! ttr.LL,
sols owners of Col barn's aad Bed Jacket Patent
Dr. C. W. Millard's
FEMALE SILVER PILLS
An unfailing remover of obstructions j and a
certain regulator pt the monthly turn, (nfalli
tate; Bartnleas aad trustworthy. ' Sent free by
mail to any addrees on receipt af
New Y ork City
Improved Ahiriyriurn Bronze
HUNTING CrtSED WA.TjQHES
eats, j .. i...
A i hu a n u
chains, from $3 to
Ladies' chains, $g
ritUE lino roved
Alnmialam Bronze is a
1 metal differing entirely
fered to the public. Its at
rrom any ever of-
its qualities ana resem-
blance to Gold are such, that even Judges
tiavn nrmli rlnfisil n sul It bulurfniBhr AMi..
pied the attention of sdentlSo men and has not
oniy caiiea ionn tne euiogiums oi tne press in
consequence of its peculs fcropertiesMitTias
also Obtained a Gold BCedH at the Paris Ex
position. The mqnmeritauare well finished,
perfectly regulator! -Jd sslhey are ail mann
lactiircd to our FacrVjVy at I.ocle, Svrltxer
land , I am able to warrant them as excellent
time keepexa. Prtop s for Ladles'
and Cents.' 'slrbs'accordlng to
finish, 16, 17, 18. 30, 22 and 23
dollars. Cents. 'chains from $3
to$8. Ladies' -chains from (8
upwards. E ach Watch warrant
ed for one year by a a peci al cer
tificate. Goods sent -by express C. D. D
Express Agents will 4How he goods to be
examined before taken, upon vavment of
charges both ways. Parties ordering will
please write plaUly nanus of Town, County
aha State. ClfcularSemoa application. -
JULES D. UUGUENIN YEiXJjEMIN,
42 A H Nassau St. , Kcw Yoric City, 3 doors
from General Post Office . , A il -
hate (bitter) Quinine, with the
Important advantage of beine:
Sweat Instead of bitter.
8VAPNUL, Is Opil-m PuKirisp of
lnisirsptiuig anu poiseno
aus, ivm tne mot
mm and Boomiss
oj Stearna, Farr
Sold by TtPjagUIAprescrtbedhy
the bes physicians. Made only
Oo . ChSabrts, New York. .
QmUIV flu I t it "J IjM
some one of the above gifts Is written
0 fkfirt A TE AE and expensas to agents to sell
yi.UIN I a sew Shuttle SewiriK 11 nhlne,the best
and rheanest machines In the world, "stitch alike on
both sides." Sample machine on trial.
) machine on trial. For particu-
lars address J. N. Do'
tlaS. iietroii, men.
Emigrants and Settlers.
SnoTTLD read the new:ooolc;enUUed.,'FACTe and
Fiouris about KaWsas." This Titw and reliable
c is pnDitsnea especially wr cuii
;. and contains Inst the Information thousands are
anxious to obtain. 64 pages with map or Kansas.
Prfc-e 50c. or 5 conies 88.00. aeakfrao maU on re
ceipt of price. The trade snpplled. Address
" .. . T BLACKBUKS i 4 CO. Publishers,
Watchman and Reflector
IH70. A large alonble nowspsper rellclous
id o meral the oldest Journal of its class In the
world, with oae exception, awl oueofxhe most wide
ly circulated has entered fn Its Slst year. Advocat
lnr ia an earnest and liberal spirit Christian morals
and Worm, and a New Testament Christianity. Sam
ple copies ar d circular sent free : terms, 8,0o a year,
Ins'lvance; at.SOfnr six months; for 4 mofath.
Address JotrK w. OUts-ntAD ft Co, 151 TV ashlngton
6treet, Ha1Bn, slats.
READ BEFORE ICBHTN& AWAY !
Heavy PajTBthta Met With a Xiva DoUar Bill
Utile Risk with Fair Prospect of Heavy Gains,
Try it i We pledge ourselves to give each of
. IOC 1UUUW1QS JITL1UL-S en uuifi tticu
P i 1 i ' Ibi1 FIt4 DoUar8 :
A Hotel Property. - - valued at
Apafrof TrotMM Horses,
A Trotting; Hon
A SMswar Paaa'os
A Double Carriage,
8 Rosewood Plan os.
Pure Gold Watches,
i old Rlnn.
er Gifts, valued at52,000.
ion to th
111 give with
e the 1st of
0. a Gold
th each 60Mb
BVlth each or-
L to GO. 000 inclu-
sive are written ia
bdok, and against each
at i ant arriatlv conflden ti al . Each
ember at the firm is reliable, and has pieageq
s individual estate to the fulfillment of the
company's pledges. Send youforders at once
Agent turexa ui
American Bell Co.
Maying succeeded to
tne ousiaess ol iuk
American Rell Cora
n any all ordprs should
now be addressed to
Send for Circulars
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; A , i
ROCKY MOUNTAIN BITTERS.
A very auuertor reculatina Tonic, nleasant
to the tste,i'mparting vij;oi- and strength to
tne constitution . A thorough
PURIFIER OF THE liLOOI),
a regulator of nervous force and, a powerful
suatainer tuiteaita against the ehcroaebments
of disease. a t
DYSPEPSIA OK INDIGESTION,
that bane of Americans, Is speedily cured by
the use of this Tonic, also tor Liver Disease.
Disorders or the KidMnand loss of muscu
lar power, it will be fourThTa specific, and as a
preventative of ' :-be -y.:
TBTEfc A NP AGUE,
Joxa redorer of the natural powers of the sya
aflknTilainsli(si wn by continued ague at
tatKB, it nas no equal as a curat ore for the tor
valid and a preventive lflr the well, it can-
not be surpassed. , ,
PE.UA1.ES wnbse constitutions have be
oome rierveue and cDilttaterthrourta arrtenta-
ry hAbi Audrcloabsonaaemant to household
nna other domestic amies, win and in these
uawaB suuia junqncia intrinsic virtues
able atal times to establish a healthy sfhadairu
and bestow a newlease of pristine health,
cheerfulness, and alaerily ot spirits so neces
sary to the liappiivesja of WOMEN.
11 you cannot obtain the Bitters from your
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to us ami we will send as you direct, one dollar
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Address KOCKV MOU.fTArN Bli'TEltS CO..
SO? PpJonBtriI, i,ew toxk.
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My great Comic Picture, a Big thing on Ice,
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and others interested In Patent
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osl Patent Lawyer aad
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pfTatenUoTitaMsaor no charge.
Letter from Hon. D. C. Hollo way. former Commls-
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nil mi siay ww im nam persona wno may nave
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as gentlemen of prompt bnilsess habits, and In every
respect worthy of confidence.
I concur is Uieabore. TJC. TBXAKxa.lateCom.Pats.
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O dealer in Rags, Metals, Manilla Bags,
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Made be or.e Agent, sellinfr Silver's Patkt
Elastic Hbooh Over5Q.OOO now in use. Bc;
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N.Y., oflHi Washington. sr; Chicago, XUr
Patent Office Business, 1870.
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aminer of inventions in the UaltetlStatefl vtentOfSce
at Washington. If. C.jlves his undivided attention to
the soliciting t Patents and the Patent Law Depart
ment of rhe firm of Fakwell, Liuvkhth to Cox,
where reliable Information regarding patents can ho
obtained, and olffrejected cases ta the Patent Offlce
cwrrecttrl of errors and patented. Caveats, Reissues,
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Tor those who wish to experiment law small way.
with these giant cereals, wc have concluded to offer
Dollar SurpLiPACXAois, tnns giving everybody a
chance to profit by their lntroeuc 1 1 o n. Any man. wo-
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enough to grow 10 osSBeU. Sent, post-paid, with
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Having made Important and extensive Improve-'
rnnuiQ aeir mmnuiacxo:
additional fiLellltlea. in or
rv. botn la maohlnerr and
additional faellltlea. In order to meet the Increasing
demand for their onrlvaled
Hereky annotince that we are now enabled to prodn
a Piano that can bo excelled by none in the mark
ana wnicn we oner to tne pnbll
uc at tne extremely fow
These Pianos are made of the beat aeaaoned matertato
and first claas workmauahlp, are of roaewood, round
cornered, with carved lees and Tyre, overstrung. OiJl
Iron frame, aad have all the latest Improvement, and
have universally met the approbation of all the tnsisV
lcai proioaaion who nave, uaed wen.
They are Fully Warranted.
and we have no hesitation la nroaoanclnfiT these PI
anas the cheapest and beat drat claae Instrument now
uaereu to me paoiic
We are also Importers aod Mannfactniwra of
alcal lu-irumenli, Htrinva. and every
of Musical Merchandtue of which we have the
aeuL We call aaoeclal
auenuoo mj our her-
an rwtlver and Bra-s In
Irum.nu, which art
dtstlaffsiebed for their newer and i sweetm
cm oi woe,
and the great ease with which every note Is proSuoeu.
sjqary mscrameni wafTanteotovesaHaiacttOB.
We do not with . t inform you.rer-der, that
Dr. Wonderful, or any other man, has dis
covered a remedy that cures Consumption,
when toe lungs are half consumed, in short,
will cure all diseases wnethercf mind, body or
estate, make mea live fort ver . and leave death
to play fbr want of Work, and Is designed to
mats our sublunary sphere a- slissAil para
dise, to which Heaven fWelf shall be but a side
show. You have heard enough of that kind of
hanfbugery, and We do not wonder that, you
jhave by this time become disguste.; v. uh it.
ut wnen I ten yoiv tnat ur. Sage's Catarrh
sfemssiy will poaAUvely cure the worst cases or
wauu,i uiujHaaerL inuL.wnicn tuocsanas can
testily to. Try.it and you wMl be convinced.
I will pay 500 Be ward for a case riOsMrrh
ttgt I cannot cure. , ,, j., . .lU'f 1L
,i;f8AXK by mostimcOarSTS antvMn
paid. mrixcinBfpdur DMkssffrKk'tSI
or one dozen for SS.ou. Sends two nuir ttiirarr
for BV.' Sage's pamphlet WcataVrn. AdT-
14-Sm' rK:V.prEWdl: W. W. Buffalo. N Y
MO NE X
. J Iti SftttmtliiH CI
ST BtJYlNO TUK l'ATIXt
METAL TOP CHIMNEYS
. ; Which will not break by Heift
Tnef safe f ikan by ail housekeepers, because
Ihey are s readJlT oteantdjjr
Tne Tops are now made Under a new patent
which will allow fbr variations in the siza ol
the gliias, so that if by accident th glass is
broken, a new one cau be abtume t shout
re v and
asecrwith tne-old Tuiw
Po sale si au Launp S tor s
Jiew taoip Chimney Co , Sf (
York," r I
s also' a very eood article, and mikM an
excellent smoke. It is muoh lower in tirlee
and of heavier body than the former, and its
sale, wherever introduced, is not only per-
isiQcia, mi DonawRuy on sne increase. Or
ders 6r splendid Meerschaum Pipes are also
placed in me various Dags oi tins brand dally.
LORILLARD'S havenw beewih
rTI SJJ CTitrt ststes ov!
X sa l er lit, years, and
. on,, HAiiun ictj(cu uic vm wnereTer scd.
FTney are sold by jobbers almost everywhere.
LOR ILL ARB'S 1 This brand of Ffne
-f TJ afJTIJi p V Cut Chewing tobacco I
J J5U X U Xt I I has no equal or sirpe-
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Chewing Toliaeou.in the eoantrv
Send lor Circular,
J I New'ork .
facht. Club Smoking Tobacco
Is everywhere pronounced, by enoi)ntast
Jxsages, to be saaaaior to others tor
the following refkoMPil A W ,
Itts made 1 the llaeat stock grown.
It has a mild and agreeable aroma. Q:
It iS-anti-servons in lfcr effects, as
It is free from drugs, the Nicotine ' .
Having also been extracted .
It leaves no acrid, disagreeable afUrtasty ,
Does not stlag or bum the tongue.
Leaves no offensisepdopn tp xoooa.,
Orders for elegant MeVrftchaii ni Pipes
Being very light, nmi-pocn a will laatv
Two or three times as long as otheis.
w... 1 . i. -M.. ..,.. ...
You rdealor does npt.keep it nsk htm to get It !
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xri iui iriV'S CHILD Waltz:
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Th aborc are TerF atttraoUve aieors and arW
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Bridge .oatentruu ironrrame andfatentDlag
onal sustaining bar and compoundWresfplsfil
The ratentArron Piano remains in tuns long
er aaiLhas the besVqualtty of tone ot any Pi-
nn In In. nmrb.t
ano in the market.
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-of the ft assati
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Tile Patent AnOn Pianos are
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are all 8 v an and
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toTie thVues? pianorhaprloentPli
Parlor Ciena ia
than twenty per ceuL,4n-
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wnen. - -
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