man of Mask Mark Twain.
Cah bftby be called ft screaming
An Air of Importance One'i first
A. busiwbss that Is always picking up
ft rag gatherer's.
Thou who have their millions have a
right to put on aires.
Don't go to church with a cough, and
disturb the rest of the congregation.
Thh shallowest streams are generally
the fastest. The same is true or men.
If sixteen drams make one ounce, how
many will destroy all scruples ? jttn.
Hiss Ada Bowles claims that woman
is perfect, and a man imperfect because he
lost a rib.
Insure your life for the amount your
rarm is mortgagee ior, in tne wasnington
A Pennsylvania: thus forbids poach
ins i " Enne person treaden on these
here premises for feer of begin shot."
The increase of business la the Wash
ington Life in 1867 oxer 1868 was greater
than any other cash snsapasy.
Why use three words
wham one will ex
press the same thinjB qay; aMiiotetrsi
Iltysion, HCTTT nmiuii
clog dancing." 4
Missouri hogs are so fat that in order
to find out where their 'heads arert is nee
essary to make them squeal and then
judge by the sound. .
Force of Habit. Ajnan who always
dog's-eared a page of m Mot in osder.to
remember a passagey invariably used to
turn down a street so as to fix U in his
One of a party of musical friends, re
ferring to an exquisite composition, said:
u That sons' alwavs carries me awav when
I hear it." " Can any one sing it f asked
A reporter, in describing a gale of
wind, says : A white dog, while attempt
ing to weather the gale, was caught with
LIL m u Ll l II upcii, aiiu iiuirou iumuc vut.
It is related of an amateur former in
Connecticut, that being told it was time to
" brush his peas," he procured a broom,
and toward night was hard at work " wip
ing the dust off.
A little four-year old boy sat alone on
the piazza, when a new physician came to
see his sick mother. The doctor naturally
wished to make his acquaintance, and said:
" How old are ,you, my son.?" "I fan not
old . I am new. said the bow. Sill
'It's a despVt thing," said" 8d Jofe
. 5 ... ,..
young couple, who'venjuMfbimS'
in and makin' eyes at one another for
month, have now gone to the minister find
got a permit to see if they can't keep it up
for a fife time!"
The Wind. When V it like a certain'
iruu 7 rv neniL ib curja-u. jvssear i
like music T When it. Whistles. When
i Hi -nn.aWT? sT.oii wt,
I, iiivc a uouj I ,i "pi lit M oiiuuiij. f ,
like a fruit tree T When it blows. When
like a person in deep affliction? When
moans. When like a newspaper T When
A Mrs. Hannah Jones pioi
tablet to the memory of
Jones, who had been a hosi'
tion on which, alter recording Ms many
virtues, wound ey-wtth the following
" He left tola hose, hie Hannah, end hie lore.
To go and sing hoeannah in the realms above."
In the cemetery at Lerv the follow
ing epitaph may be seen: ."Here
Jean Baptiste Fumieres, formerly munici
pal counsellor of the commune. He
beloved and respected by all who knew
him. His inconsolable widow (in concert
with her new husband), has erected
monument to his memory."
I know of a little girl in England
loves to pray. But one night she -Was
very tired and sleepy, and was getting
into her little bed without saying
prayers. But her mamma told her
kneel down first to pray. So she folded
her little hands and said : " Please God,
remember what little Polly said
night ; she's so tired to-night. Amen."
Let a young man at twenty years
age put twenty dollars at interest, instead
of expending it for tobacco. Then at
beginning of the next year repeat it,
include also the principal and interest
the preceding year, until he shall have
reached the age of seventy. The amount
he would realize would exceed thirty
A gentleman was describing to Doug
las Jerrold the story of his courtship
marriage, how his wife had been brought
up In a convent, and was' on the point
taking the veil, when his presence burst
upon ner enraptured sight, and she
him as her husband. Jerrold
to the end and quietly remarked
"She simply thought you better
P Thnre is to be a general reunion of
Alumni and Past Cadets of Norwich
at Northfield, Vt, on the 13th
14th of July next, in accordance with
vote of the association passed in 1365.
this occurs during commencement week,
a large gathering is anticipated, and
occasion win De one oi very great inter
est The oration is to be delivered bv
eminent soldier of the war. Brigadier
ueneral W. tt. U. Davis, it is proposed
by the association to visit on the 15th,
mate, the old site of the University
Norwich, and this is by no means the
attractive part oi the programme.
A Treatise on Etiquette. Never
soup with a fork. If you want to run
omce next tall, nominate yourself at
and pitch right into the cauldron with
vim. If you see Jones at the theatre
a young lady, yell out, " Hello, J
how is your wife?" Jones will think
funny. Young ladies, always give
cedence to ace. and never so to the wash-
tub if your mother, or grandmother
present : they might consider it disre
spectful. In the dining-room no gentle
man will sit on the table, nor is it polite
get under It until too drunk to sit in
At Henry Ward Beecher's church, on
recent Sunday, just as be was about
commence his text, be discovered that
light was insufficient, and asked some
in tbe gallery to open the blinds. During
tbe delay a brother Jumped up and
" that there was a patent fastener for
by which tbe light could be graded,'
that be bad called tbe attention of the
to it, and had offered to pay for the
but that no attention had
paid to Ixis suireestion. Mr. needier
mediately replied : " Thank you ; I
see thatat is attended to this week,
will have tbe bill sent to von :' whereat
congregation laughed at the expense
Ah atomist of the Harvard Advocate
submits the following, apropos of a
ior iaciinaung ine acquirement or
knowledge of several subjects by stating
tne principles m rnyme :
TO PUPILS IK ILOCUTIOW.
The human lungs reverberate sometime
When windy individuals lndmgo in much
They have to twirl the glottis sixty thousand
And push and puncb the diaphragm as though
aeuce was in u.
The pharynx now goes up ;
The larynx, with a slasa.
Eject a note
From oat the throat,
Pushed by the diaphragm.
A gentleman, dressed in the height
fashion, and who had arrived at
jstdrthern Central Depot, in allimore,
from some point North, rush el op o the
baggage-room, and In a peremptory man
ner demanded that his baggage Should be
given to him in preference to all other
customers, ms manner was somewnat
oftVnslve, and when Informed, by a plainly
clad but humorous-looklnir son of the
Emerald isle, that he must have
and watt his turn, he turned upon
replied, " And you, sir, are an ape; and
what a pity lfirtfcftt when we two were
made bastes that ve wasn't made l ffll-
chant, so that ve roHfcI llav e
truDK under your nose an me time.
b I i
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Wit-Inspirations of the "Two-Year-
BY MARK TWAIN.
At.t. infants SDDear to have an imperii
nent and disagreeable fashion now-a days
of saying "ssaart" things on most occa
sions that oflfcr. and" especially on occa
sions when they ought not to be saying
at all. JudKins D tne average
I specimens of smftt say
ne feneration 01 cnutaaata are
tter than idiots. And the parents must
el v be but little better than the cnu
n, tor in moot cues mey are ine puu- i
of the sunbursts of fnfantilejmbe-
cilltv which dazzle us from the
rur neriodicals. I mav seem . to sneak
with some neat, not to say a suspicion or
personal spite ; and I do admit that It net
tles me to hear about so many gifted in
fants in these days, and remember that I
seldom said anything smart when i was a
child. I tried it once- et twite, hot iWvflu
not popular. The family were not ex
pecting brilliant remarks from me, and so
tney anuDoea me sometimes ana spanned
me the rest, nut it makes my nesn creep
and mv blood run cold to think what
miirht have haDDened to me if I had dared
to utter some of the smart things of this
eeneration's "four year-olds " where my
father could hear me. To have simply
skinned me alive and consider his duty at
an end would have seemed to him crimi
nal leniency toward one so sinning. He
was a stern, unsmilinc man. and hated all
forms of precocitv. If I had said some of
the things I have referred to, and said
them in his hearing, he would have de
stroyed me. He would indeed. He would
provided the opportunity remained with
him. But it would not, for I would
had judgment enough to take some str
nine first and say my smart., uun
. ward. The fair record of my
hosm tarnished 11 inst one.
Mather overhear&Jbat, and he
1 l'f lV I J L
ruwe my me. um sa oeen
l have been
child as I was, rould nof k
wirVed tluntr T It atl rlnnt.
' I made one of those remarks ordinarily
called " sjnart thimgs" before that, but it
nD uul a pull, ovm, it tjuiuy liejfcr UaUBLLl
a iKriuua.xupi.urt; uctweun my layuer ana
sen. jtty rather ana mathsr: rny Un-
Ephraim and his wife, And one or two.
others were present, and the conversation
there, trying some India-rubbervringsof
various patterns, ut endeavoring to make
a selection, for J was tired of trying to
oii' people's fingers, and
t hold of. safnething that
me to hurrv the thine
through and get at something else. Did
you ever notice wbat a nuisance it was
cutting your teeth on your nurse's fin
ger, or how back-breaking and tiresome it
was trying to cut them on your big toe ?
and did you never get out of patience and
wish your teeth were in Jericho long be
fore you get them half cut r To me it
seems as if these things happened yester
day. And they did, to some children.
But I digress. I was lying there trying
the India-rubber rings. 1 remember look
ing at the clock and noticing that in an
hour and twenty-five minutes I would be
two weeks old, and thinking to myself
how little I had done to merit the blcs-
J myself. sMymther and n
is L fjjErihifcisa and his wife
tUt ; nut,
us nn m,t fr- ma t
v " -A- wv AmataK
one of his
sings that were so unsparingly lavished
upoa me. my miner saia ;
" Abraham is a good name.
father was named Abraham."
My mother said :
" Abraham is a (rood name.
Let us have Abraham for
" Abraham suits the subscriber.
My father frowned, mv mother looked
pleased ; my aunt said :
" What a little darling it is 1 '
jsxy laiuer nuu :
" Isaac is a rood name, and Jacob 't
My mother assented and said
" No names are better. Let us add
Isaac and Jacob to his names.'
"All right. Isaac and Jacob are good
enough for yours truly. Pass me tht
rattle, if you please. I can't chew India-
rubber rings all day."
JNot a soul made a memorandum
these sayings of mine, for publication.
saw that, and did it myself, else they
would have been utterly lost. So far from
meeting with a generous encouragement
like other children when developing in
tellectually, I was now furiously scowled
upon by my father; my mother looked
E:eved and anxious, and even my aunt
d about her an expression of seeming
think that maybe I had gone too far.
tooK a vicious bite out of an India-rubber
ring, and covertly broke the rattle over
the kitten's bead, but said nothing. Pres
ently my Esther said !
Samuel is a very excellent name.
I saw that trouble was coming. Nothing
couio prevent it. i laid down my rattle
over the side of the cradle I dronned
uncle's silver watch, the clothes brush, the
toy dog, my tin soldier, tbe nutmeg grater,
and other matters which I was accustomed
to examine and meditate upon, and make
pleasant noises witn, and bang, and batter
and break when I needed wholesome en
tertainment. Then I put on mv little
frock and my little bonnet, and -took mv
pigmy shoes in one hand and my licorice
in the other and climbed oat on the floor.
I said to myself, Now, if the worst comes
to the worst, I am ready. Then I said
aloud, in a firm voice :
" Father, I cannot, cannot wear the
name of Samuel."
" My son !'
"Father, I mean it. I cannot
" Father, I have an invincible antipathy
to mat name.
" My son, this is unreasonable. Many
groat ana gooa men nave been named
" Sir, I have yet to hear of the .first in
" What ! There was Samuel
prophet. Was not he great and good
" JNot so very."
"My son I With His own voice
Lord called him.
" Yea, sir ; and had to call him a coupl
of times belore he would come I
And then I sallied forth, and that stern
old man sallied forth after me. lie over
took me at noon the following day,
when the interview was over L had ac
anired the nnmn nf fl&mnpl n.nr1 a thrash
ing, and other useful information ; and
wrath was appeased, and a nusunder
standing bridged over which might have
become a permanent rapture fi I
chosen to be unreasonable. But just
judging by this episode, what would
father have done to me if I had ever
in his hearing one of the flat, sickly
things these " two-year olds" say in print
uowauays .- in my opinion mere would
nave peen a case 01 lnianiicioe in
USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE.
Some one says truly that. the. beat way
for a man to train up a child In Inrway
should m Is to travel that way Wmselr
ton Robes. Strong? tobacco
said, wiU destroy these pests,
r two of tobacco put into abar
rel of water, and allowed to soak two or
thraiSMsatSi will make a liauid, that Win
anBweTWell for this purpose. Suds made
from tobacco-soap will also answer.
Gas Ltmb m Compost. One of
. i r . . .. t ,lMn
u mouef w umj( gmm uue
rat flrfelv pulverTzrwr it.
ing it in the compost heap say one-tenth
orlsetwentleth lime with -a -mixture ol
yaitable manure, in alternating lay
ersSoEl6amlaBtt. Another kny, to pul
verfce4t fine-sard spread it over the fields
evenly, at the rate of fifty bushels, or less,
per acre, some months before a crop is
planted, or else on grass.
! A wtuteb m the Journal or toe oye,i
Agricultural Society, describing the per
manence of the action of lime, says that
he knows a niece of ground containing
166 acres, which formerly grew noiwng
but heath. A good dressing of lime was
appneevon tnesuriace oi me swaru wmcu
has nearly doubled its value. This was
done several years ago and totally eradi
cated the heath- The lime to this day ap
pears in full acfion, as its effects anrmally
testify, from the richness and sweetness
oi tne neroage, tne wnure oi ww uw
been entirely Changed by the application
TtTmnA-RB VrNEOAB. The process for
ten gallons will be take 25 ordinary sized
atjvlks of rhubarb : nound or crush them
with a piece of wood- m the Dottom oi a
strong tub ; add 10 gallons of water ; let
this stand 24 hours ; strain off the crushed
rhubarb, add 18 pounds oi sugar tree
from molasses, and a teacupful of the
best breWer'a jesst; raise the temperature
to 65 or 68 , and put your rrows into a
H-gallon cask ; place it in a position where
the temperature will not fall below 60 .
In a month strain off from the grounds,
returning it to the cask again, and let it
stand tiS it becomes vinegar. Country
Cube fob Hog.-Choleba,-A corres
nondent of the Louisville Courier-Journal
furnishes the following as an infallible
remedy for Hog Cholera;, "Dissolve
thoroughly one pound of coper&sin three
gallons of wanp. WaM, and; apply the
wash about milk warm to the "affected axi
al, by clipping into tne solution nr ratr
atii the 6KIB-A8 marougniy
er the tkin of the hog be-
rough and scakf or.tf a dark
piy tne waap rimmeaiaejeiy:.
ntil the liujre alarming W
and pfrgltnn set km. ' Ap-
the wash every day until the scales
are imaofed." j i I 1 T tv
Cotjqh and -Heaves si Hobses. A
western Dhysiciap, WQB keeps several
oiaeSj nnos sunsower eea a vaiu
medv lor neon eh ana slaves, so uscju
tea he consider it. that-ha is careful t
keep a good supply of it always on as
I UP BOKWH
Lu. . v.. Xa nf
i 1 I SMI I III fcW iia V 3 SjSAJ CA UllVVJ ,trav
CS1TCO UJ iVbUiAig aA VjUOt u vAyA ""W a"'
seed dailv, and when any of his horse:
-mules show a disposition to cough, a le
Of sunflower seed is given at once, ana
continued until relief is afforded. It is
Said that on the prairies where rosinweed
is abundant, horses never have the heaves
that the resinous leavesot i plant
are dried and fed in moderate quantifies
with beneficial results.
A Htjsk Door Mat. Take an inch
board "the sice you wish your mat ; dres
neat ; rule it each way, drawing the lines
inches apart, bore a hole with a )
inch auger in each square ; double a piece
or broom-twine, pass it through the holes.
one at a time ; have the husks dampened.
take a sufficient quantity to nil tne bole
very tight, pass it through the loop
twine, draw it through until the double
end of the husk is 1V6 inches long, draw
the twine out, and proceed in the same
way until all tbe holes are filled. Then
take a sharp knife, and cut the double
husks, spread them apart, trim the uneven
Side, tramp it down, and set it where it
to be used, either side up.
Wb are indeed usually by our public
successes, by the esteem ot disunguisnea
persons, am ue real test oi cna racier
the feeling of those before whom we play
no part. What docs the nurse in the nurs
ery think of us, or tbe porter in the store,
oi the butcher boy ? ll a man s children
confide in him if all Whom be enroloys
at home and in his business feel that he
full of thought and sympathy tor them
as for brethren it those who meet him
percieve the charm of his urbanity, and
as they draw nearer and know him better,
honor and love him more and more,
may be very sure that he has the noblest
human qualities, whose influence will be
possession to us forever. 7. W. Curtis.
Removing Grease Spots. A simple
agent for removing grease spots from car
pets and sue and woolen la ones, is very
useful. Carbonate of magnesia, saturated
with benzole and spread upon a grease
spot to about one tnird of an inch
thickness, answers well for this purpose
A sheet of porous paper should be spread
upon tbe benzonated magnesia, and a nat
iron, moderately warm, put upon the
oi an. i ne neat or me iron paEseainrengn
and softens the grease, which la then
sorDei Dy tne porous magnesia, i ne nat
iron may be removed in the space of
hour, and the magnesia dust brushed
Soap-stone dust may be need in The samer
manner, and answer nearly as good a pur-
e : sst, a
Management of Cows.
Hrsn T. Brooks discourses as follows
upon this sum set in the Western stock
Butter, cheese, milk, and meat form
very large space in tne most important
department ot sublunary ariairs, and their
full and cheap supply dap ends essentially
on the proper management of cows.
To begin at the beginning, every house
holder should feel an irrepressible interest
in the propagation and perpetuation
good milking animals. No person has
moralright to own or possess a good
except for the purposes therein .
forth," viz. : the largest supply of good
milk, and the increase of her species
these legitimate end9 we are bound
First, by breeding from milking famfHes
scrupulously rejecting all males
females not descended from good nrlfkHfe
Second, by providing young animals
with a sufficiency of the right kind
nutriment. The milk vessels' aredeveloped
by nutritious and succulent food, which
should be liberally supplied from the
A calf that maintains a precarious exist
ence on poor hay and straw, and grows
up without care or carrots, can scarcely
make a good cow, even if it has good
cestors. and is well treated in after
There is no place for neglect in the
business. All things require to be trained
and developed for their proper sphere
Third, docility and good behavior
essential characteristics of a good cow
they are secured by kindness and famil
iarity. Farmers should never neglect
their calves, as they do their own families,
unless they are willing to have
grow up wild and ungovernable. Culti
vate in all these cases constant and kindly
relations from the very beginning.
Fourth, guard against 'drouth in sum
mer, and short supplies in Winter, by
early a good quantity of bran
shorts. These, as well as roots, pumpkins,
apples, and well preserved corn fodder,
are peculiarly aoapiea o wit jkuutouuu
Fifth, cut your hay early 1 Woody fiber
Is a good thing la its plaos, or it never
would have been sent, Drtno orthodox
man has any right to beMeye that it is
much adapted to dairy purposes. vv
your hsyjaat in the hlnatftr" fall. Keep
it snug every night no rains and no dew
upon it Be sure and dry it enough so
thsfliU keep perfecUy sweet, without
must, and be sure ftnd not dry it any
mora than is necessary.
imh, unless a cow U a remaraaDiy
d breeder, let her am farrow, feed her
tB and ntilk her through the winter.
and sell her to the butcher; do this as
faiLand while she
taa rcow dbme
and never be
red by hav-
having one It would be the pooTesv go
farrow, and then go to the shambles. .
Eighth, deformity and butur are not
inseparable companions. You may have
a good looking cow that will fill your pail
quite M well as the historical "hcindle
cow with a crumple horn," crooked leg,
shaggy coat, fiat rib, sloping rump, and ir
repressible back. hone.
You mgy breed quite sucoasafally for
beef purposes, While you sectfra good
buodIv oTwRst eHfetlent milk.
Ninth, let everything be done decently,
Cleanly, ana reguiariy.
Tenth, paevide good; warm, well venti
lated stables, and never omit to groom
and bed your animals.
Maboabet Debauoh, of Harrisburgh,
Pa aeed 18. was bitten by a small dog on
one of her ringers, several weeks ago. No
inconvenience was felt from the wound
after it healed until the 27th ult., when
she felt a pinching sensation in the arm,
extending from the finger-tip to the
shoulder. On the 3tb, she became fear
fully afflicted. She foamed much at the
mouth, exhibited great nervous irritability,
breathed with much difficulty, and ap
pealed piteously to those about her to
keep at a distance, as if fearful that she
might do them a personal injury. During
one of her spasms a dog entered the
room In which she was lying. As soon
as her eyes fell on the animal she became
perfectly furious, and not until it was re
moved did her agitated feelings undergo a
subsidence. TJhe Mg11 01 water also in
creased the violence of her convulsions.
vbrn the timo she trot the first severe
snasms until drugs were administered she
was tied to a r
ana cisterns is plain enonen, ana can
-, j- s a 1 1
"iBTIiipTl of the
aiW.ce on hoi' to let
p violently, ca
r, although: neia
hem agSateu li
rerruntn sne a
WATBB Srl0BBrf8 i-1 CS
Qiteenslander. published lb
gives tne ionowiDg
rain water into a ci
why so mBny peo
wate .in. their tank
and can De
ow the surface, and thus the older wa-
1518 ItCpt QfldCT by reason of its weight.
had a tank we never could use, aitnougn
the water was run from an iron roof. To
cure the tank the pipe was let down to
within a foot of the bottom, so that all
the water that went in did so under the
rlo,1wWW, Which was thus kept sweet or
fan off from the waste-pipe when the
tank was full. Since then we have had
When are thieves like leopards?
When they are " spotted ."
i Dy &
A card is published by C. Avutman, Esq.,
for many years the head and responsible
manager of the well-known house oi Ci Anlt-
man & (Jo., manufacturers ol the " (sweep
stakes," the most popular of the old style
threshing machines, and also President
of the Atlltman & Taylor Manufacturing
Company, Mansfield, Ohio, manufacturers
oi Wie improved "Aunmaa s iayur
Thresher, in which he states that bis
relations witn ana omntons or
two widely different, machines, are correotW
stated in the Ucrrivt'v' circulars of tin;
AwXman ol- Taylor Tnresher, and not In tne
"Sweepstakes'' circulars. He also states
tnat wnatever Improving, inventing ana
manufacturing ability he may have, is de
voted, in the thresher line, to the " Aultman
& Taylor" Thresher. It seems that this -an
nouncement is caused oy nnautnori7ica ana
misleading representations, in the advertise
meiits of tin- Swceostakes-bv indiscreet per-
sons, who do the advertising of that machine
Ureu Mr. Taylor retired from the (jcneral
Agency. Farm Machinist.
Every Saturday. The illustrations
So, S6, for June 18, are : A Group of English
Girls, from the pencil of Mas. M. E. Freer; Uni
versity of London, with descriptive eketch
Hedged In two fall -page engravings illustrating
two passages in Miss Phelps' new novel, Hedged
In "; Prince Arthur in Canadian Winter Coatnme
Who Goes There 1 Portrait of Daniel Macllse,
Jt. A large amount of entertaining reading mat-
tar I also given. Including chapter xl. of "
Mystery of Edwin Drood." Fields, Obbood
Co , Boston, Mass. $6.00 per annum.
Tats purest and aweeteat Cod-Liver OU In the wcrld
is Hazard a Caswell', msde on the sea shore, from
treaq-y erected liven, by CASWELL, HAZARD a
New York. II 1 absolutely pure and nssat. Patients
who have once taken It prefer It to all others. Phyil
class have decided It superior to any of the other
Cheap Luxurle tor the People. Opportune
ly, at the time whi n the . oat of nvina- la f normou.
new artle'e appears In the market, affording an vpra
ce dented amount of toUdoos and vtioTeomc allm
almost ror a song. WejKtsr to the paten: bau. Sloes
fi uifm Willi li I una, ll i virtne of lrt ertrscmtlnary
cheapness, tat ing the l lace of all the gela-Jnoas Article
of food manufactur. d from maize andwctaln. the
maratlal of this nutrltloa and fattening Eent is
freealrtot nature: amarloe'moss growing In prodl
glowequsntitle on ate Irish coal', and known a Car-
ragnea. oieansea, aeasccateci, cuouBmrnieu anare
dacalu Dovdfr br a nateus nrccelt. t Is wondeaflal
plant yields a lareer qaaat:tyof pure, palatiu'e aliment
in prop -truoo lo lis "wwum, insu a v iummute
dncod from the sreat agri(rn:tnral staples, sj ttstfc
cooaa pronounce it tne nnest a-ticie ior uustarus, ma
aiuga, vreBav, Bonn, sauces, c
dlscovBTed, and the Sua Moss
ABIKK CO., Of
own the patenw nad It all the, can do
i ei uie.
York, who own the neaeauatfl
keep race with the demands for the new sta
Dor-no's Catarrh Snuff
Strengthens Weak Xyee Improves the Hearing,
Relieves Headache, Promotes Expectoration,
Cures Catarrh la lta wont forms, and sweetens
Breath. It contains no Tobacco, Is mild, and pro
mote pleasant sensation and beneficial results
all who appreciate "A Clear Head." Bold every
where by Drugglstl
r WaTHXBkLi, Agents,
lot wuuam ow, new
ben there Is safety.
principle that the formal of jtosoh s moctstaih
It was upon
to spend fortune In advertising his
submitted his recipe to the revision or the
Intelligent and learned physicians of the ago,
the rosult is a simple but moet efficacious medicine
the Jcdson s Moottaih Eerb Pius. They
a, and are
blood, remove all
nf all Tilmrtles And
rectly nre and safe in tneir operation, ino ,od-
sosr's TniiiBTini Hkhr Puis cure Blnousnes-i
Female irremiiaHtie.. Headache and many of
diseases artdn- frnrn lmnurc blood and a deranged
digestion. Use the Judbon's Modhtaist Herb
rtiis, and when you have proved their virtne
recommend them to your friends. Thoy are
sugar-coated and plain. For aale everywhere.
A Fran thirty years' trial. Perry Davis' "Path
Kii.lkii 11 may justly be styled the great medicine
of the world; for there la no region of the globe
Into which It has not found its way, aad
where it has not been largely need and prized.
Moreover, tbere is no clime to which it has
proved Itself to be well adapted for tbe cure
considerable variety of diseases; it is a speedy
and safe remedy for bums, scalds, cuts, bruises,
wounds and varlou other injuries, as well as
dyslntery, dlarrbo?, and bowel complaints gener
ally ; It Is admirably suited for every race of
on tbe face of the globe. It is sold by all medicine
CSAPrro Hands, race, rough skin, pimple,
salt-rheum, and other cuuneou atfectlona
cared, aad the skin made soft and smooth, by
the JUN IPK.lt TAK SOAP- made by OAS WELL,
ARD CO , New York. It la more convenient
eauy applied than other remedies, avoiding the t
or the greasy compounds now In use
All women know that It Is beauty, rather ttsn
genius, which all generations of men have wor
shipped Id the sex. Can it be wondered at, then,
that se much of woman's time and attention
should he devoted to the means of developing
and preserving that beauty? Women know, too.
Uiat when men apeak of the Intellect of women.
they apeak critically, tamely, coolly ; bnt when
they come to apeak of the charms of s beautiful
woman, their language and their eyes kindle
with an entbnsiaeab which shows them to be pro
fUBaiMy. it not. Indeed, ridiculously In earnest.
It IS part of the natural sagacity of women to
perofrve all this, and therefore employ every al
lowable art tbTTecome the zoddess of that adora
tion. Preach to the contrary, as we may, against
the arts employed by women for enhancing their
beauty, there still stands the eternal fact, that
the world doe not prefer the society of an uely
woman oi genius to mat oi a oeauiy oi iee in
tellectual aconiremonts. The world baa yet al
lowed no SSJFher mis-Ion to woman than to be
beantifnK end U would seem that the ladies of the
present aee are earrvlne this Idea of the world to
greater i ill ill than ever, for all women now to
whom nature has denied the talis manic power ot
beamsv. sudpIv the deficiency bv the use of a most
delightful toilet artlde, known as the " Bloom of
Yooth," which has been lately Introduced Into
thfi country by Oeorob W. Laird a delicate
beau tiller, which smooths out all indentations,
furrows, sears, removing tsn, frecklee, and dls-
eororaMone fsewsthe skin, leaving the complex
ion clear, brilliant, and beautiful, the akin soft
and smooth. With the assistance of this
American trick or a Lady's toilet, female beauty
is destined to play a larger part In the admiration
of men and the ambition of women than all the
arts employed since her creation. Prof. C. V.
Chandler, Chemist to the Metropolitan Board of
Health, has recently prepared a chemical analysis
of thia delightful toilet preparation, and reported
that the" Bloom of Youth" was harmless, con
taining nothing Injurious to the health. Ladies
need have no fear of using this Invaluable toilet
Sold by every druggist and fancy goods dealer
in the United States.
Depot, 5 Geld St., Sew York.
!!. .1 M
Three Requisites of Health.
'i no oc.aof
viz. : aafidlpSe
not lab nldgf
If all tho sickly people In the world were to take
to their beds, and demand medical treatment, there
tors enougn to altera mem, nor
er oi tne ronast to nurse mem.
are absolutely essential to health,
tlte, easy digestion, and the abil-
dlv. Stven-elgh's of the many
offer from indisposition, yet do
serious disease, complain that
that their stomachs are " out of
or that they don't sleep well. " For this
class of ailments few persons think of calling in a
-physician Nor Is It necessary. Inasmuch as a
course ol iveatetter s Bitters win certainly relieve
me derangements oi ine siomacn, mo nver. unu
the newotts svatt-m. from which want of appetite,
indigestion andsleplcssness arise. Thiacxcellem
vepetfleJ.onie nrjd corrective Is also a deiientiai
- In-urmnia lor mcanecltv to sleeD) wnlcn
eUHPl the ordlnsry remedies, will yield
readily to a dose of this pleasant sedative taken
just befoie retiring to rest. In 'ordinary medical
practice it la usual to give a stomachic an aperient,
an invigorant, a soporific, or an antiseptic, as tbe
case for the time being may leem more partic
ularly to require : but In this grand reMtnatian
all these medicinal properties, and many others are
blended In due proportion. Thus, tbe digestion la
stimulated, while the bowels are rcguiatea, tne
liver toned, the strength recruited, the nerves
calmed, the fluids purified and the circulation
eana ized. It is believed that tbere is no other 1
storative snd reeulattce medicine In the world
which acts so beneficially and agreeably upon all
Vhe annntlating and secretive organs at. the same
time ; and to all who lack the three fundamental
reauisltes of health and enrovment. a vtfroroos ap
petite, sound diges'ion and refreshing sleep, It la
conuaenuy recommenaea as s specinc.
Batohelor'8 Hair Pre.
This splendid Hair lrve Is tbe beet In tbe world.
the only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable, ln
atantanernu : no disanrjolntmonl : no ridiculous
tints ; remedies the ill effects of bad eyes ; Invig
orates and leaves tbe Hair soft and beautiful black
or brown. Bold by all Druggists and Perfumers,
aid properly applied at the Wig Factory, IS Band
i'-res N VctrV
FEVER 1 A4.li:
DAVSIGER'S VSCKTABLE FEVER POWDERS.
salu remedy. Effectually cures all cases wltbln twen-tr-fbnr
lionra. tl ner box. Address the proprietor.
C ri AAA cnntrn cot n nil
ov uvu vriat -
or ton s c ATjCi ii a to K
TKV .o t-lalftnln. Oalcdtaiior. WoBankw.
la 1, , . .. . . V ,.M t.hnn
do without a copsv Price H. 00. Large discount to Deal
ers ana a g-nui. Bona I jr circular. Auuma
O. BlAJUBl Ot VW., OOB1D7, UUW.
V WW :
Turkish Bth Instltnte.
904 Wabash Ave,
great remedy of the ag e.
i earning to tne cm
g to tne any snouia
take i be Bath. Nt ar the hotel
Roods aa d board tm tne Institute.
invalid send for circular. Ad-
dress K. at. lauih, m. it., xm
Wabash avenne, Chicago III
LARGEST! BEST! CHEAPEST
enterprise, IwtuBtry, Tacf liberality, and
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Have tor over Twenty jears been freely niea upon
MOORE'S IU KM. NEW-YOttKEB,
And a reenlt iM now, pre em!aent!y, the L-reet,
Best and Llieapeat illitrateu ki kal,
,'KHhLT In the World. Tsns of th'-u
sands of wide-awake People, all over tbe Con'lnent,
take and ax mlre the Rttral for 1U superior Ability,
Value, IthMrnWn, .Stpt.ttr.
The PRESt and PEOIM.E PR A I ME IT I
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far Vol. XXILbezlni Jolya. Try It ! Only tl JO
volume of 26 numbers, or S per jear. Leas to cIud--Subedits
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-Tn aetl the OfTTAOUH
tfRWiNii MACHINE. It Is licenced, make
iriaatie i ,,-lr Ktitch " an 1 1 warranted for 5 vests.
Price. 15. All ether machine, with an under-teed
sol for15 or lea ie Inrnngemonts Addre OCTA
GON SEWING MACHINE CO., 1-t Louis, MO , Flttt
bargh. Fa., Chit sto. 111 , or Boaton, Hs.
AGENTS WAftTKD FOR
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OVER ONE THOUSAND ILLUSTRATIONS.
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Hok e ver oabllihed. Send for Circular, with terms.
at once, addre U S PUBLISHING CO., 1 SO S. t
at.. Cincinnati, tinm
very where For goods
natn.. , H tl MT CPtlt
. BUU lJIU . I'
One airentseus to St lamilles out oi tu.
as staple aa flour, and
j worth 1
hour. Sample sent
.nth Habtea.x, ctjeas.
UOK A CIKCULAK of great Interest to everybody
X addreaa D. B. q&LLAHliaA, loieoo. man.
unrest, beat and ehrape-el
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SAWS of all description. AXES. BELTING
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tuparior to an Internet 'fieth Sav.
VT Price HctliicH. Af
Bend for Price List end circulars. Jm
aaa. ar Detralt
HOW TO CET PATENTS
IB FULLY EXPLAINED In a Pamphlet of (W
lust Issued by MUNN CO., 37 Park Bow, New
MUNN CO., Editor Scientific
American, the best mechanical
IBUlf WUIlU,tl 1 liI ......
PATEXTS... have taken Morn Patents
examined Mare Inventions,
any other agency. Send eketch
description for opinion.
r in m i mi
A lata, PERFORATED C'IROLI.AK
A. u I, is ba v, m wm oen a ror rampoit-u
AMBKICAM SAW CO..
Ho. I Ferry Bt, cor. Gold. Hew York.
MlM MM V A
The Most Popular Medicine Extant.
1840 TiiirtFTears H870
since the introduction or i j
aP E R R D ATI 8' !
Thirty years it has been before the public, and in that
time ha dccoi
me known In all part of the world, and
ad bv oeople of all nation.
It remains, to-day. that aame apod and efficient rem
edy. It wonderful power In rallcvlmr the mot severe
world-wide pojmlmrttj by lt lntrtonlc merit.
Ut tent htM h& to wlde ipreftd aale or fl
uni vrraaj wuiukvwu-
iMrec cione acconipauiy nrcu bvm-
M. . HARRIS V CO.,
toA by all Vraggiets
ci r f tt t in: TVF.W
Win all those Afflicted with
COUCH or CONSUMPTION
Bead the following and learn the mine or
AIjXs El TXT' &
DR. LLOYD, rf Ohio, 6urgeon In the army during
the war. fiom exDO re contracted consumption. He
If ! nn b'sitanrv In ta.tlllaF thttt It WW bT
tbe ase of roar LUNG BALSAM that I am now alive
,rl nlAHns tiaMirh
DR. TLKT CHEB,' of Mis -onrt, says: " I racommend
your BALSAM In prererence to any owor mwucmo
for Cough-, sna ltfcives sausiaciion.
ALLEN S LU1VO BALbAOT
Tn triA romsnr trt Mir nil Ltm t and Throat dlfflrnlUrt
ltsnoaia d iporoarniy wsjim wwrs asins wuj
Balsam. It wl 1 cure whod aU otHers fsuJ. Dlrsjct ons
accompany each bottle.
3. 1. HARRIS A CO
rgou BT AX.li DTOtwOnrTa.
Klfl r ITlin I
lIU I I HI lip
Thl corset 1 constructed on . entirely new princl-
nle. belnr oven, and thereby allowing the freest circula
tion possible, beside giving perfect ease and ooralorl
S the wearer, and at the same time noelng all ihe
vantages of the common Corset In giving lupport
to tne ooay.
For IlrB.lt!,. Grace n Comfrt , they re OT
..v.T-.n tv tp uiRitrT. Thev are oartlcularlv lec-
o mm ended for ammer wear, and warm climate.
although equally wen aoapiea to " m ;
m,M, .M u.viw rMnminaulM bv modlcal ana
nlenUSc men. For nle bv all tint class dealer. For
circulars, prices, c addre the
WUSCKBlltK BUU1 jJ
L gfl . . I . L B. V
To end flr
II... i'.al.., Wav la I It Rnt
and sword through tne bowel of the lanu wouia oe
scarcely mere cruel than It I to tear and wreck the
AaWn anil sensitive membrane and tissue of tbe
dlBchannnc organ, witn a convulsing purgauv.. u
i HOD l prweuk kuuwm, av uvaava
a Ti BR
and nalnleaalv reuve conittoaUon,
aSKalfr S BJTrMnh EMOMWT B1LTU1 ansuJIT, an'
a It simultaneously
late the action of th
Invigorate tbe digestion.
e liver, and TT.fr ea lie the deblil
tated Bvstem. it 1 luaUy esteemed both by medical
and th e public at large, a an lndl. pen-able (peetflc In
dyspepsia, bilious attacks, sick headache, pbyeteal
nrnatratfon. and an complaints an, cttne the ecrtuve,
asalmllanng and dlaenarglDg organs
SOLD BY ALL DRLGOIBTB.
nnimnnlni nartlea ar salllnar worthless Swiss
Watches bearln' trademarks very nearly similar to
rha twUm.,,1 nt aentilne Waltham Watches.
Thl 1 not only a fraud on tbe purchaser, bat a gnat
ininn, , . . th. MMlatlnn nf the aennlBA watah.
lOltttn lOptatWU, Htira. rovBW u. .
nulne Walt&am watcnea, anu taae no onier. . ima
I r.r,..n.i...famltt alnca soma aeliera llial mmm
SLi .'J.T. ,ZZ? 7T MtsaVm wmch
m T J!7 '
1 AMRHH AN WiTLU LO nwmaui, aaa.
a uv w A-rrm rn Waltham.
' auTCRirAK WATCH Co..Crescentt.Wa tham Mas.
Arris i u rt . i eue. x m km..
WALTHAM HATCH UO.
P. 8. BAIfTLKTT
Wa. ELL KRY
BUMX WATCH CO
Rs amine the seelHas ot these nam earefafly before
buying Any variation, even of a single letter indicate
t ou ll erieib. '.t.i jti .'I I.
For sal by all leading Jeweler.
General Agents 1 M Broadway at T
CUT THIS OUT
And snd twenty-nve cant ior pcaet bbo or aw a
Sewing Macliine, Piano,
Or some article of value. No blank. Add
yft-n a mi a, W., LMCIBIiau, uuw
The WEEKLY SON tor Half a DolUr
We wilt send THH WEEKLY BUN to new ubcno-
ers for the remainder of the r ar. to January 1. 18TL
forFirrr mm, or tne bji-t mbli
tv to test the a
sme period r OsTK puixsn Tni is pjb
opportunity to test tne quaiuy ot ibsbus
Tni Nw Tmi abnr I undoubtedly tn oesi snu
r ai Vn.V vMbllM
THB WEEKLY DOLLAR 8L'H Is fFffed
with special reference to the want or country reaaera.
It con tilns new of tbe wek fro all Prtfftbe glb
aha mnat Intareatlna- editorial articles of THE DAILY
srv. and the most InitrocUye and entertaining mlscel
Itaerai FAMILY 'NEWSPAPER, It will t. par
VlfM'rWBBiKLY AW-v" FtJSe
Is oi tbe same ! and general character as THJ
WEKsIi.T. bnt ha as for a greater variety or m
cellaneoua reading, and furnlsbesJhe ne.w l!T
aciinar al b greater freaboeH, bMelt jomm twice
- 1. t. ..3 Af nne. nn V Tt . n baCriOtlOU 1 OOlT
TWO DOLLARS a year, the ordinary price of a New
. ,. i Tk . nSttlnn . 1 an ttn ntalnB tbe aaTlCUl.
meal antl miscellaneous matter prepared for The
mlacellaneons matter prepared
I. W. r- GLAP. U . r-aonsuer, j
UBIfTfl win pay Tor wbixly lkillab wjh irooa
tlU now to January 1st, 1871.
.- QQ Will pay for BiMi-WraxLV Ben same
A GENTH WANTBD-10
k AiltKICAN K.TlTitU
ton, Mas., or St. Louis, Mo.
per day) by the
MACHINE CO., Bo
WE WILL PAY AGENTS per was nd ex
penses, to sell tbe Greatest Discoveries of tbe Age.
Addreaa. Wiibatoh, IIkbbt A Co., Marshall, Mich.
faT ANTED AOB1TH-To sell the HOME SHUT-
VV TLB DBWIHU MALIIINL.
Price Mb. It make
the " Lock Stitch " (alike o both aide) and la the only
licensed under-feed Shuttle Machine sold for lea than
BS0. Licensed by Wheeler ft Wilson, Grover Baker,
and Slnget A Co. All other nnd-r feed Shuttle Ma
chines sold for les, thn 60 are Infringements, and
the sUer and user liable to provocation. Address
JOHNSON, CLARK ft CO.. Boston, Mass.. Pittsburgh
Fa., Chicago. 111., or St. Louis, Mo.
Fi M E R Y (.BINDER
I far auperlor tn any other In th market for grinding
Mower and Reaper Knives, a It cuts faster, turn eas
ier, keeps alway true 1 thlpped atone fourth the coat.
Is chespei and more durable, and after harvest can
clamped to a bar or table and nsed as a home aad gen
eral grinder. Send for our cuwlar. Agents wantod.
Addres A. T. BATES T CO,
SS 8. Canal-st.. Chicago,
AUKNTS WASTbU FOR
Ladies of the
jT MB. LAUaA Oabtbb Holloway.
An authentic biography of every lady who ha pre
bbIb Taiurtre. of th PrealdanOal. Maaalon froB
wlrwrton'B administration down to th present Una
waanington h heanarm. but & aad and
?hadirwr .Idea of' then- hlstoris. &Bu-d with
ZSSrnhm .teel-nlate ecgraVlngB. For circular and
terms address C. g. PCH I.IMHI MUVO.. ISO
Clark Bt.. Chicago. I1L. or
VES! IT IS TRUE !
That the ftt Motorrv the Brit DrnasBeritbe A-bi
Kelf-hnken to be found In tbe world are the Original
anU rfllAOie iy uui. uwuii . n a iTiaruinr.
made by the atia MAsuranuuisu ctr, oi
lem. oa.o. Send for Pamphlet containing particulars
ORE AT MEDICAL DISCOVERY
i. wAtxam-a oaidomtca
jt HurfdTtdS of Thousands
2 Bear teacamony to their Wonder-
c tAfUAT ARE THEV?!
S ? SP BBkV ft
S 1 KtlaaasaBBBBBfe )
I THKT AM MOT A VTL 1 1
THKT AB NOT A VTL
Made of Poor Hum, WfcUkwr. Prwr SwtrUe
utErhM I.lqaam eotorsa. spieea
enedto please th tate. called " Tonic,- Appeal
er, - -Beatoren," e, tnett lead Us tippler on to
drunkcone and rnln, but are a iroe awnaww. mm
from the Native Boots en Her of CaliroMOa.f
from all Alcohelle Bllmulant. i per are hp.
BEAT BLOOD FCKIFIK -
I VI NO PHINCIPU perfect iu.dotw .
lavtsorator of th System, earryuf ow au "- -
matter and restorUg- the Wood to healthy SHIS.
No person can take these Bitter according- Sana
tion and remain long anwell.
lino will be a-1 vea for an Incurable ease, pi una
the bone are not destroyed by mlaeral poison or
other mesni-and th vital organ wasted beyond the
point of repair.
For Inaammntory and Chronic UtrlB-
Um and Goat, Dyspepola, ar Iadlgeatlan,
nieeaeea ef thr Blood, l.lver, Kldnr-T. mmm
Bladder, these Btttersbave i, raoet oie
ful. Sateh IMaeeue) are earn c a oy vitssuea
Blood .which 1 generally prodeeedby draigBllB
of the Digestive Orl.
DYSPEPSIA OR ISltUPTuai,
ache. Pain tn the Shoulder, Coughs, Ttgntja of the
Chest, Plztlnea. Sour Eructation tat tsve neaa
Bad tut In tbe Mouth, Billon Atua ta, Palpltatton
of the Heart, Inflammation ol the La. g, Pln In the
regions of the Sidney, and a handrad other painful
ymptoms, are the o rap rings oi tijiii
They Invigorate the toiacn, aao arimnniH, iu. w.
atdllver and bowel, which render them of unequalled
efficacy In eleanamg tbe blood of all Impurities, and
Imparting new life and vigor to the whole J 'leas.
FOR SKIN DISEASIB, Eruption. awr,
Rhuem.Blotche. Spot. Pimple, Pustule, BolU.Car
buncl, King-Worm, Scald Head, Sore Kyea, Kiyslaw
elaa. Itch, Scurf. PIcolulena of the Ski a, Hamor
and Disease of the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
re literal v dun up and carried out of Che yetem In a
short tbheby tae use of tassa Brja-re. OnebotUeln
rach ease wU convince the mot lncredultraeof aaeer
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever yo And It
impurities bunting through th akin InPlmplea.Krup
tlona or torn ; cleanse It when you and It obstructed
and alugglsn In the vein olean K when It U foul,
and your feelings will tellyou when. Keep tbe Hood
PIN, TAPB and other WORMS. lrtaay '
svstem of s many tnouad, are affecloally deatroy
ed and removed. For full direction, read carefully
the circular around each beetle, printed In four lan-
h, German . French ana iiline I !
u. h. Mcdonald a co
PlBlgMlB and Oen. AgenU, Ban nanai,
and S3 and Si Commeree Street, Hew Torn.
OT SOLD BY ALL PBTJOQIBTB All trrai
GREAT CHANCE FOB A6EHT8.
1. WALKER, proprietor.
last a h an are yean. f yeej,
,1 TOaiajaiwa a-eTT-
Blnek si the Raven's Wing
Is Kidder's Haven Indelible Dik. It flow tnt. JJJJJV
biota, and never Bade. Uaed aaUr l
Sk. wltS a steel or a quill P- Bauu-Bfjr -Bv
Ialt.- -waeverywa-rj. a.-r w T.
KilHtaa at winpaa - -
ale an smaie,
a This lB-lo i
ranted ter ov yean. w wu. r-w'-. ?
cubs uiu mi an a """w t r- -.-,uiu. ,
elastic sam than oara. !" "!ffiilWS
I jvntkknaBtM Dalled apart without
under the sm name ta our ne tr.y cb aao
certtftc st of agecicr Bnedbrnf. WeJbaJaot w
tentoftaeuw. anley. StZZZ mtiStSa
from a or oar Agent- .Pa no JoyggfLyjyg
p.rtJe. who copy 'AST JStil
plysiiuati, of thTs dty ha and wV f; J,l
flnuingln HorWs Malt Kxtbaxtt, ao omr aa JJT"
cloiiu noorl.t.ln, ich-i--.
BUBO UaillBBW wi aaa . ---,T-B
Induce ybi to dtoe.rd fotwrej tk -Op ""
ody"ea, ChlorodM. ,!o1a VhSiSrn to'
tr avalaaalaa men. women ead ehuawea w
FOB ADULT ABB -y"r"l
Prod area me a
A I. a aaeaaleaa anddeltl
. as ...h I ant, all Ware
kTJm aacti rar-One trial of I
er wiu i
Irs. A no
snch an mmirm' a.". Pn.a a m. at s
UrooeltlUa, Hoa-nes. AsLBas, WDovpu a a-.
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