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LATE NEWS IN BKIEF.
At tho bnrninf; of the Fifth Avenue Hotel in
New York, lam week, twenty-two servant-girls
who were flleeping in the win of tho hotel
which was rapidly filled with flame, were
irinped or stilled. Tho damage to the furniture
was great, and many of the guests were com
pelled to escape in their night-clothes. It ap-
earn that tho fire raged with great fury for
ome time before any ntepa were taken to
rouse the guenU or save tho waiting-girln, who
were cut off from escape ly the rapid progrewa
of a current of flame that ran up the Htairway
and filled the npper hall with a life-withering
heat. The bodies of the victim were recov
ered from beneath the fallen roof timbers that
mutilated their half-charred forms and crushed
thoir limbs. The scene is represented as a terri
ble one, and there seems to have been gross neg
ligence somewhere, and an unshrinking in
vestigation should be made.
Agents and representatives of insurance
companies are gathered in Washington in an
ticipation of legislation for the apportionment
of the Geueva award. It is stated that several
r-.-pfeseutatives have already made overtures
f r positions on the commission proposed by
Morton and Kanks. Should the insurance
companies periit in urging their claims they
will meet with serious opposition, and in high
quarter. The Government has never yet ad
mitted either the law or justice of the claim
f these companies to any part of the money,
and the treaty was carefully drawn in order
to leave the question open. High legal
authority. incluhng. it is caid, a majority if
not all tho High Commissioners deny that the
insurance companies are entitled to anything,
they having been paid by their war premiums
a:id found the business a very profitable one.
und assert that no principle of law recognizes
the demand by them. The report that lion.
)'. It. Hoar has given an opinion in their favor
L-i without tho tdnjhtest foundation.
New York The snsjncion is increasing that
the Fifth Avenue Hotel was llred by incendia
ries, and hints are thrown out that the fire
was caused by the Internationalists. It is also
intimated that other large fires may be ex
pected shortly, and orders have been issued
fur increasing the insurance patrol force in
pome parts of the city. Several robberies
were committed during the fire while the
patrons of the hotel had temporarily left their
rooms. About $2,000 in money and jewelry
were stolen from rooms on the third floor. A sub
n'ription has been opened for the relief of the
servants iu the hotel who were made destitute
by the fire, and about $500 have already been
contributed. Some of the girls lost everything
except the night dresses they wore at the
time of the fire.
Paris The Left in the Assembly is much
censured for raising inopportunely the ques
tion of dissolution, and their giving Germans
h pretext for rejecting guarantees of pay
ment of tho war indemnity, as an exctise for
refusing to evacuate the country. 31. Gaulard,
Minister of tho Interior, has instructed pre
fects to prohibit signing of petitions for disso
lution iu wine shops. M. llaoul Duval, La
Compte D Attdiffret Fasqnier, will take part
in the debate Saturday. The immodiate sub
ject of the debate will not bo petitions now
coming in, but those presented at the last
fessiou of the Assembly.
Solicitor Banfield, of the Treasury, decides
te claim of the Choctaw Indians for -t 250. 0(H)
iit Government bends alleged to be due them
mider the act of lHGtJ, in settlement of pre
vious treaty stipulation, is invalid and without
leal foundation. Indirectly the opinion do
rides the other claims of the tribes on the
Treasury, amounting to near $5,000,000. The
rreditors of Indians have an interest in tho
motion for a mandamus in the Supreme Court
to compel the payment of money, but the case
will not be reached for a year or two.
Berlin The rumors of Bismarck's resigna
t ion of the Presidency of the Prussian Cabi
net excite much newspaper comment, opinion
being that tho leadership of Prussia, in the
affairs of the Gorman confederation is neces-t-nry
to the leadership of Germany, in the
BiTairs of Europe, and that Bismarck s retire
ment is likely to create au important crisis.
A Washington dispatch says that over 500
letters havo been addressed to the Chief
Justice concerning tho placo of Marshal of tho
Supreme Court, resigned by K. C. Parsons.
Tito leading candidates are Schley, of Mary
nnd, Bobert C. Kirk, of Ohio, John G. Nico
f y. of Illinois, and G. W. Mallorv, of Ken
ticky. A dispatch from Nantes reports that the river
Loire lias overflowed the adjacent country and
1 oodod tho quavs. The lower quarters of
.'.antes are entirely under water, Tirosentim
a fearful spectacle. The custom-house and
all business houses in the flooded section are
closed. Great destruction of property is ap-
j reuenued. liie railways are covered with
water, and travel is interrupted.
The lost steamship St. Louis valued at
15,000, and was fully insured bv her owners.
romwell .V. Co. Her cargo consisted of 1,211
I ales of cotton, 2. i ll barrels of molasses. si0
barrels oil, 50 barrels lice, some tallow, hidm
"tc There v as also .,5.J20 in specie on board.
'ITie St. Louis was 18 years old, and was built
William M. Lent, one of the San Francisco
Diamond operators. Ins brought suit at Eliza
bethtown. Ky., againt-t Phillip Arnold, John
Slack, and others, for 350.000. Arnold and
!;lack were the originators of the Arizona
The case of tho Merchants' National Bank of
Memphis, Teun., against the National Bank of
' ommerce of Boston, m which a verdict of
31,000 was given for tho plaintiff a few davs
i inco, is to be taken to Washington on writ bf
ine inouno establishment win receive
-130,000 insurance on the life of Horace Oreo
ley, which will probably bo added to tho
building fund, and guarantee the erection of a
j.bvt ouueung next spruig.
" The police revolt," in London has resulted
in the dismissal of the major portion of the
n;rn who were guilty of insubordination, and
t he degradation in rank of all those who are
to be permitted to remain m the force.
The troops commanded by Colonel Stone,
numbering seventy-five, have left Jacksonville,
regon, to nunt the Madoca and bring friendly
Indians to the reservation.
Parsons A Co.'b wharf at East Gloucester,
Mass., caved in last week, carrying with it
ubout 10.000 hogsheads of Cadiz salt, valued
fit 20,000. The wharf was damaged to the
extent oi ifs.uoo to 810,000.
Bismarck is about to resign the Presidency of
:ie x russian council oi .Ministers, in order to
devote himself exclusively to his duties as
Chancellor of the German Empire.
lhe Coroner a jury in the case of Maude
.MurreU, shot and killed by her uncle, ICobert
Bleaklev, returned a verdict against tho pris
oner, who was committed to the Toombs.
A pilot boat was wrecked Thursday off Wil
mington, N. C, and five pilots going out to
board in the offing, perished.
The project of introducing salt water into
the city of New York for extinguishing fires,
is under consideration.
Wliilo runnuig to a nre at Jinwaukee, last
week, John Carrigan. driver of a hose-cait,
was run over and fatally injured.
A bill has passed Congress appropriating
500,000 to purchase an additional site for
tne Boston post-oEice.
The Austrian Minister of War has ordered
pII the ofiieers of the general staff to learn the
Minnie Myrtle Miller, wife of Joaquin Miller,
1 as started East to fill lecture engagements in
she principal cities.
Vice President Colfax says that nothing
whatever has been settled as jet respecting his
f-suming tho editorship of" the New York
Henry J. Foster. Cashier of the National
i .ink of Brooklyn, is rcportod a defaulter in
News have been received of Herr Mauch, a
.erman explorer of Africa. He had arrived
Guilirnane on his wav home and wasintrood
The Philadelphia Iron-Masters propose the
f!ectiou of an iron monument to Horace
ireeley, in Fairmonnt Park.
General Hr.ncock will shortly take up his
1 cad-quarters in New York as commander of
the Military Division of the Atlantic.
Winslow, tho defaulting Chicago Bank
President, is in China.
Cairo rejoices over the completion of a rail
road to Vineeuues, Iud.
There is talk of re-organizing the Crystal
I alace Co., of New York.
. I Take care of your calves and colts.
v. A negro witness, on u horse trial in Shelter them from storms nnd severe
.cw Jersey court, was asked to explain cold. Feed well; the first winter is the
t:io dinVrenee between a box stall and a ! most important in developing the prou
rommon stall Straightening himself or form and size of voung animals
up, he pointed to the square inclosure j Those which have been properly fed and
in which the judge was seated, ami said, ! housed during the winter, go upon the
v,,li i7 TV, ll-b0e. Btlll.",1--r ! "-ly grass in fine condition, and thev
v bar dat old hoss is sitting! It took a continue to increase in size and eondi
i.oodmanv raps of the judge's gaveJ to , tion, and in autumn will be worth
i--itore order in that court. just twice us much ns they would
The Night Before Christinas.
ILLrSTBATED BT D. SCATTEIKJOOD.
'Twas the night before Chaistmas, when all
through the house
Not a creature was stirring not even a mouse.
Tho stockiijs w ere hung oy the chimney with
In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there.
" MliUe r is ion oj Swyar-ptumtanced tiirouyh
their heads. "
Tho children were nestled all snug in their
While visions of sugar-plum danced through
And mamma in her 'kerchief, and I in my cap
Had just settled our brains for a long waiter's
When out on the lawn there aroso such a
I sprang from my bed to see what was tho
" Tore o (he Shutters, and threte up the Sash. "
Away to the window I flew like a flash.
Tore open the shutters and threw up the sash.
Tho moon on the breast of the new-fallen snow
Gave the lustre of mid-day to objects below.
When what to my wondering eyes should ap
pear But a miniaturo sleigh and eight tiny reindeer
" I knew in a moment it must lie St, Sick. "
With a little old driver, so lively and ijtiuk
I knew in a moment it must be St. Nick.
More rapid than eagles his coursers they came
And he whistled and shouted; and called them
"Now Dasher! now Dancer! now Tranter!
now Vixen !
On Comet ! on Cupid ! on Ponder and Bb'xen !
To tho top of the porch, to tho top of the wall !
Now dash away, dash away, dash away all !'
As leaves that before the hurricane fly.
When they meet with an obstacle mount to tho
So up to tho house top tho coursers tbey flow.
With the sleigh full of toys, and St. Nicholas
And then, in a twinkling, I heard on the roof
The prancing and pawing of each little hoof.
As I drew in my head, anil was turning around,
Down the chimney St. Nicholas came with a
He was dressed all in fur. from his head to his
And his clothes were all tarnished with ashes
and soot ;
" Andhtlooked liken Fed' liar just ojntiny his
A bundle of toys he had thing on his back.
And ho looked like a peddlar jiiHt opening his
His eyes how they twinkled ! His dimples
now merry ;
His cheeks were like roses, his nose like a
cherry ; i
His droll little mouth was drawn up like a bow. j
And the beard on his chin was as white as the '
The stump of a pipe he held tight in his teeth,
And tho smoke it encircled his head liko a
He had a broad face nnd f. little round bellv
That shook when he laughed liko a bowl f till or
Ho was chubby and plump, and a right jolly
Ajid I laughed when I saw him. in spite of my
self. A w ink of his eyes and a twist of his head
Soon gave me to know I had nothing to dread.
Ho spake not a word, but wont straight to his
And filled all the stockings ; then turned with
And laying his finger aside of his iiohc,
And giving a nod, up tho chimney ho rose.
1 A nd array
they all flew like
th doirn of a
JTe sprang to his sleigh, to nls team gave a
And away they all flew liko tho down of tha
But I heard him exclaim ere ho drovo out of
Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good
Farm Work for December.
The first winter month has como. fimi
brought comparative leisure to the husband-man.
" The night comes on when pets the sun,
And labor ends when day U done,
Wut-u Autumn's cone auil winter's com
AVe hold our jovial harvest-home.
Ve should finish our shelters.
Provide provender, a large supply of
wood, and materials for making not only
the stock comfortable but for making
manure; plow, if the ground be in order.
See that the Icepond and house are in
good order and be sure not to neglect to
get ice the very first moment, and every
moment it is to be got, until the house
f.,n 'pi. 1... i . ....
iun. j.iijmu no uo not pacK it in
regular order, ought to pound it as fine
as possible, if they wish to be kept well.
Pounded fine, it runs together and
forms a compact mass, irresistible to the
influences of the air.
have been had they been poorly fed orn
been left to rough it in the storms of
winter. Yet we are not the advocate,
of too tender treatment of young cassd
They should not be treated us hot-house
plants. It is not a natural state for
them. To close stabling, blankets and
excessive care and tenderness of treat
ment we think much of the late epidem
ics with horses and cattle are to be at
tributed. They are often taken from a
warm stable, freed from blankets, and
exposed to ti cold rain for hours. If
blankets are used at all, let it be, out
of doors. We may be ridiculed for out.
old time ideas, but we maintain, all that
our working cattle want, is a tight, well
ventilated, clean stable or shelter; al
lowed to be free from a constant draft,
yet living in a free circulation, and
when brought in, they should be rubbed
dry, well bedded, watered and fed.
A small piece of Assafoedita tied in a
rag and nailed to the bottom of the
trough is au excellent provocative to the
spirits and appetite of horses. Work
horses should be allowed at least once a
week, or better, every day, to run in a
lot or field to roll and play. Continu
ous, never ceasing hard labor and con
finement in ill ventilated stables, is the
cause of these terrific epidemics with
horses. To be healthy they should be
exercised regularly, not overworked;
have plenty of fresh air, confined as lit
tle as possible, have clean water, access
to salt, anil of good food, as much as
they will eat clean. In winter, if it can
be done, they should have now and then
a feed of apples or carrots. This is the
way horses wore treated in the days be
fore steam supplied in a measure their
pliuvs, nnd they were healthy nnd lived
to old age.
See that they are well fed and rctu
larli xccll milked. A writer, who says
his cow gives all the milk that is want
ed in a family of eight persons, and
from which was made two hundred and
sixty pounds of butter within the year,
gives the following us his treatment.
"If you desire to get a large yield of
rich milk, give your cow, three times a
day, water slightly warm, a little salt,
and bran stirred in, at the rate of one
quart to two gallons of water. You
will find, if you have not tried this
daily practice, that your cow will give
twenty-five per cent, more milk imme
diately under tho effect of it, and she
will become so attached to the diet as
to refuse to drink clear water, unless
very thirsty; but this mess she will
drink almost any time and "ask for
more." The amount of this drink ne
cessary is an ordinary water pail full
each time, morning and night. Four
hundred pounds of butter are often ob
tained from good stock, and instances
are mentioned where the yield was ever
at a high figure."
THE ( LOSE OF THE YEAR.
During this month, the farmer him
self has much to occupy profitably his
time nnd thoughts, although as a gener
al rule it is not so busy a time with the
farm hands. He should close up his
accounts, see to the profit and loss, and
make his estimates and calculations for
the coming year get rid of worthless
stock and discharge such of his hands
as have not given him satisfaction, that
he may have time during the winter to
secure fiithful laborers, and procure
such stock as will yield him u profit the
coming year. Let him see that his
teams are in good order, the harness
strong and vehicles in good repair for
winter teaming. See that the roads
which are to be much used are in a lit
condition; provide liis winter's store of
beef and mutton and his pork for the
year. He can then with complacently
await the approach of the festive season
of Christinas, when with a heart over
flowing with gratitude to his CJod, and
good w ill toward his fellow man, he will
be prepared to enjoy his "( 'trixfma
things" with his family and friends.
Provide? a large wood pile it is pleas
ant to look upon, giving assurance as it
does, that it will afford warmth and
comfort against the rigorous cold of
winter, for "old winter is coming again,
" How i.-y and ooM is he l
H cares not a t'i" for a shivering back,
H'"' a nancy old chap to white aini Mark,
He whistli's his chills with a wonderful knack.
For he conies from a cold country.
A witty old f.-llow this winter is ;
A iuihty old fellow for lee!
He cracks his jokes ou tho pretty sweet nriw".
1 ho wrinkled old maiden unlit to kiss.
Ami freezes the dew of their lips for this
Is the way with such fellows as lie."
In closing our toils for the year, kind
friends will pardon us for advising them
to keep clear of dht. It is an axiom,
undisputed, that no farmer can make
money and farm successfully if involv
ed with debt. Among the gxd resolv
es for your guidance the coming year,
be that you will keep clear of debt and
such us are already so, should deter
mine to free themselves, if it takes half
or more of all they have, to accomplish
this desirable end. At the present low
prices of produce and high prices of la
bor, no farmer can afford to pay six per
cent, on a large sum, much less is he
able to pay the present ruinous rates of
interest, ten to fourteen per cent. Un
fortunately, Ih-ht is the common curse
of our people it is the skeleton in
most houses it is the accursed incubus
that weighs down the energies, palsies
effort, and shackles tho intellect. It
mars all pleasure, increases physical
pain nnd mental anguish, and often, to
the unreflective and rash, brings ruin,
misery and degradation to the unfortu
nate debtor, and it mny be, to an inno
cent and helpless household. It there
fore behooves every one to avoid it as
a moral pestilence and those who are al
ready afflicted should solemnly resolve
at all hazards, to be relieved of it, the
earliest moment possible.
Winning Golden Opinions. Perhaps
no man living has woh more golden
opinions than Dr. Walker, as the enor
mous and widely increasing sale of his
California Vinegar Bitters attests.
We never look into one of our exchanges.
out mere is a panegyric of the Bitters
staring us in the face. Our readers will
say that there must be a reason for all
this praise. They are right. The effi
cacy of this celebrated medicine is es
tablished hj evidence which it is impos
sible to doubt. Among the thousands
who have borne testimony to its excel
lence, there is not one dissenting voice.
In very many phases of inorganic disease
it seems to be unfailing. All diseases
arising from a vitiated state of the blood
are surely eradicated by it. It is an ef
fectual remedy for pulmonary com
plaints, bilious, remittent and intermit
tent fevers, rheumatism and dyspepsia.
It purges the body of all unhealthy hu
mors, gives tone to the system, and
where the ital owers are enfeebled,
restores their functions to vigorous and
healty action. All this it does the more
effectually because its operation is not
interfered with by the presence of alco
hol. The Vinegar Bitters is perfectlv
v e nave
ahvays believed that plants
1-uiiiiiiii iihj li tie remeiues lor disease,
ami all the remedies neees;sarv. Dr.
Walker is on tho line of real progress,
ami we hope that he will not rest on his
. A II. A. .. -I f .
A Celebrated Kentucky Rifle.
The skill of the old Kentucky hun
ters is a matter of history, and the pithy
sayings of these men have passed into
proverbs. The shot gun was unknown
in frontier life, or if known, looked
upon with contempt. Tho bear, the
deer and the wild turkey were the game
that the old hunters went in quest of ;
but when they could not be found, the
rifle was sighted at a squirrel, and the
ball sent whizzing through the head.
To hit a squirrel in any other place than
the ihead was the sign of a poor marks
man, and poor marksmen were held at
a great discount by the hardy pioneers.
But times have greatly changed. The
old hunters nre fast being gathered into
the fold of death, and a new race of
shooters have come upon the carpet.
The larger game has disappeared before
the advanced tide of civilization, so
that a rifle is of very little practical
value now. Birds, which cleave the air
on rapid wing, are the things that excite
the enthusiasm of the sportsman, and in
order to cut them down in a sportsman
like way, the shot gun is called into
requisition. Notwithstanding that the
times have altered so much, it is pleas
ant to drift through the reminiscences
of pioneer life, and to recall the glorious
reign of the rifle One of the most
celebrated shots of Kentucky is Dr. C.
Graham. His nim was next to infallible,
and in his younger days he killed as
effectively as long as at short range.
The Louisville Courier-Journal tells us
that he could ring the bell or take the
bull's eye every shot at a distance of
two hundred yards, while a turkey stood
little chance of retaining life if he
drew a bead on it at fourhuudred yards.
For half a century the doctor used a
favorite rifle of primitive make, which
lie christened Blucher. The gun was
always kept in the very best condition,
and he loved it as fondly as he could
have loved a cliild. The barrel was
thirty-three inches long, aud the lore
nine-sixteenths of an inch, carrying
thirty-two balls to the pound. The
doctor is now an old man, and has be
queathed his rifle to osteritv. He has
placed it in the museum nt Louisville,
nnd it hangs side by side with the rille
that proved such a terror to the Indians
in the hands of Daniel Boone. It is
well to treasure up these relics of
frontier life, for they are a part of the
history of the State that once was
looked upon by the civilized world ns
"the dark and bloody ground.
THE HOI SEHOLI).
Borax. One-half iound will drive
the cockroaches out of any house A
large handful of the powder to ten gal
lons of water will effect a saving of fif
ty per cent, in soap. It is an excellent
dentriflee, and the the material for
elf ansing the scalp.
To Wash Flannel. Never rub soap
upon it. Make suds by dissolving the
soap in warm water. Rinse in warm
water; very cold or hot water will shrink
flannel. Shake it out several minutes
before hanging to dry. Blankets cun be
washed in the same way.
QncK Cake. rfieve there caps of
flour, nnd add two cup of sugar, three
eggs well beaten, half cup of butter and
sveet milk enough to make it moderate
ly stiff batter. Bake twenty minutes in
a good oven.
Zinc Wash for Booms. Mix oxide of
zinc with size ami apply it with a brush
like lime whitewash, to the ceiling of a
room. After this, apply a wash in the
same manners of the chloride of zinc,
whieh will combine with the oxide and
form a smoothe cement with a shining
ToFrv Fish Well. Have the fish
well scalded, washed and drained, cut
slashes in the side.s'rtf each, seuson them
with salt and pepper, and roll them in
corn Hour, have in your frying pan hot
hot lard or bacon drippings; dip them
in egg before rolling them in corn Hour,
to keep them from breaking.
Perpett-al Paste. A perpetual paste
can be made by dissolving one ounce of
alumn in a quart of warm water: when
j cold add Hour enough to make it the
consistency ot cream; then stir into it n
half teaspoon ful of resin. Boil it to a
proper consistency, stirring all the time.
It will keep for twelve months, and
when dry muv bo softened with water
To Keep Meat. Meat is much better
for family use when at least one week
old in cold weather. The English ne
thod for keeping meat for fome time has
great merit. Experts sav, hang up a
quarter of meat with the cut end up,
being the reverse of the usual way, bv
the the leg, and the juice will remain
in the meat, and not run to the cut and
lry up bv evaporation. It is worth a
trial, and when made will be continued.
PoiPKiN Pies. Pare the pumpkin.
then grate it, and add sugar and ginger
to taste, and milk enough to make it of
the proper consistency; then line your
pie tins with crust, put in your pump
kin and bake in an ordinary way. After
trying this once, no ono will, we think,
wish to go back to the old way of mak
ing pies of stewed pumpkin.
Mince Pies. Butter some pattv pans
well, line them evenly with thin puff
paste, then nil the pans with mince
meats; moisten the edges of the paste,
and close carefully; trim oft" the paste;
make a small opening in the centre of
the top crust with the point of a knife.
Bake them half an hour in a well-heated,
but not fierce oven. It is well to placo
a piece of white paper over the pies,
while baking, to prevent them taking
too much color,
Silver Soap. A good article may be
made as follows: Hard soap, 8 ounces
turpentine, 1J ounces; water, 4 ounces.
Boil until perfectly dissolved, and add
3 ounces liquid of ammonia.
Diseased Lrxos are Guf.att.v on an In
crease in this CocNniT. The sudden change
ing of weather has done much to give rise to
Consumption. 15ut there are thousand of
cases who bring it on by their own imprudence,
fuieh as wearing damp clothing, and going
from the warm room into the cold air and
checking the perspiration, which Cannes irrita
tion oi tne lungs, ana then matter or phlegm
will collect, which nature will trv to relievo bv
coughing it up, to prevent pustules from form
ing. If nature doo.s not rai.se the matter with
ea-e and stop thin inflammation, tubercles
v ill fcocn form, and ConBumption will poon
follow. Allen's Lung Balsam will cure and
prevent thousands of cases of Consumption, if
it is only taken in lime.
For s;de by all Iruggits.
CoNst-MiTi, -. Tor the cure of this distress
ing disease there has been no medicine yet dis
covered that can show more evidence of real
merit than A:.i.i:-'s I.rsn JIauam. This nn
e niiiied exicctoraiit f r cinin" (Vmmimmirm
and all disea.-es leading to it, such as affection
of the Throat, Lungs, aiid all diseases of tho
Pulmonary Organs, is introduced to tho suffer
ing pi;' lie after its merits for the cure of such
diseases have been thoroughly tested by the
medical faculty. The I'.alsiitii is consequently,
recommended by physicians who have become
acquainted with "its great success.
I'krsons who havelitcoiiifitliorotighlvcliilleil
from at.y caiife, may have their firculiition at
once restored liy taking into tho Htoniach a tea
hpoonful of Johnson's Anodyne Liniment mix
ed in a httlo cold water, weil-sweeteneil.
5 A handsome Christmas present to a gentle
man will le a hundred Elmwood Collars. Thev
will last him a year. All first-class fumishing
storot can supply thorn.
Titsre was a man In our town
And he was wondrous wine,
lie had a pain from ear to ear,
Another bet ween his eves ;
And when he saw he had Catarrh.
With all his might and main
He purchased Sage's Remedy
And has his health again.
It is sold by druggists everywhere.
Evebt farmer who owns a good Ktock of
horseH. cattle and sheep, and intends to keep
them through the winter, nhould get at once a
good stock of Sheridan s Cavalry Condition
1'oinlers. One dollar's worth will nave at least
a half ton of liar.
For Cocohs, Colds, and Throat Disokdkrs,
use " Uiiown'h Bronchial Troches," having
proroi their efficacy by a test of many years.
TIIK WEKKLY Sl
Only $1 a Ytnr. S PaRcn.
The Rest Family Paper. Tho Weekly N. Y.
Hun. 8 pages. $1 a year. Send your Iollar.
The Rest Auihcit.tcbal Paver. The Week
ly N. Y. Sun. 8 pages. .1 a vear. Send vour
The Rest Political Pater.- Tho Weekly N.
Y. Sun. Independent and Faithful. Against
Public Plunder. 8 pages, yl a year. Send
Tnt Rest Newspaper. The Weekly N. Y.
Sun. 8 pages. 1 1 a year. Send your Dollar.
Has all the News. The Weekly N. Y. Sun.
8 pagos . 1 a year. Send yoiir Dollar.
The Rest Story Paper. Tile Weekly N. Y.
Sun. 8 pages. $1 a year. Send your" Dollar.
The Rest Fashion Reports in the Weekly N.
Y. Sun. 8 pages. ;1 a year. Send Vour
The Rest Market Reports in tho Weekly N".
Y. Sun. 8 pages. $1 a vear. Send vour
The Rest Cattle Reports iu tho Weekly N.
Y. Sun. 8 pages, sin year. Send your Dol
lar. The Rest Taper in Every Respect. Tho
Weekly N. Y. Hun. 8 pages. .1 a year. Send
Address THE SUN, New York City.
Ladies whose Complexions have lieen injured
by the uso of poisonous powders, cosmetics
and washes, would do well to trv "TheQueeu's
Sao a Tarest t a Chim "Just look at
those Shoes, only liought last week; good as
new, iill hut tho toes, which are worn through.
Money thrown away, feet wet, stockings soil
ed, ali heeause they were not Metal Tipped."
Parents take your choice neat, genteel. Silver
Tipped Shoes, which never wear out at tho
toes, or Mioes without tips, with ragged holes
and inotuchng toes. hich looks the beat ?
Which is the cheapest?
Tun American Agriculturist, speaking aliout
the great merits of CABLE SCl'.EW WIHE
Boots and Shoes, says : A trial of these goods
for several months past, and the testimony we
havo from dealers, prove this method of fasten
ing soles to ho a good improvement ; there is
no ripping, the wire holds until tho solo of the
shoe is fairly worn out.
While Waitino for a Corou "to go as it
came." you are often sowing the seeds of Con
sumption. 5etter try at once Dr. Jayne's Ex
pectorant, a sure cure for all Coughs and
Dooi.ey's Yeast Powder cannot lo excelled
for making light, sweet Bolls, Biscuits, Waflles,
Corn Bread, Ac. It is always ready and reli
Mrdirnl Itlmitt rrx.
From the peiiot when surgeons (ipp'lcil their
sal von to weapons inktem! of woumls to tli prespnt
wlile-iawake nKi the nit-illcil profession Ims often
unwitting)' taken side with Disease In its conflicts
with t ! human system. Kven yet. 111 spite of the
teach '.iks of centuries of experience, some pliysl
cluns believe In (Kplptln? their patient, already
seriously exhausted by sirkness, with powerful
evacuants, emetics, sullvimts, can tharidal piasters,
or the luncet. Hut, providentially, puhlic intelli
gence Is ahead of lhe.se medieal fo sIN, who belong,
of rlyl.t, to the era of the Crusades! That powerful
ally of i. nunc iu Its warfare with the causes of sick
ness, Ilostetler's stomach Hitters, has opened the
eyes ot'tt.e masses to the paramount importance of
Increailni; the vital strencth of the body when
menaced hv dtssase. They understand that when
1 he lit tnoHptierte eondit ions are adverse to health
us. U r example, m dump, eliilly or severely cold
weat her it is is, to reiniorce the vystem witli a
hnle-ome tonic ami stimulant, and thus enable it
to rcimli.it and repel the dc presinit iulliictiee of an
Inclement temperature. lithe constitutional ami
animal powers were always thus recruited 111 the
presence ol'dnner. tho mortality from consump
tion, hiom'hitiK.i hromc rheumatism. Ac. would tie
much less than it now is. 'I he causes which pro
iluce croups, eolds, ipinis.-y , diptlierla und catarrh
seldom nrVct a stion ami act i e vital system : anil
of nil vitalizing preparations. Ilostetler's Hitters
has proved tlo mot euirient. It is not claimed
t hat t h s standard Ionic is a s,!i'!tic for Iuiik and
throat maladies, as ft is for ilvspepsla, liver com
plaint r nd interin.ttents. but It is mi hcsitatinc! v
asserted that It is the best know n saf"uard aKiiiiisrt
all the atmospheric elements of disease.
A Woiiinti'M Hlnlit.- We hold this truih to he
self-evident that all women are endowed w ith cer
tain imi lie nshie riKhts, amom; w hich are life, liber
ty, ami a Charter ):ik I 'ookiiiif .-stove. This latter
is an l.idispensable article to any well regulated
I I ;YY1Tj bei-ii SOLD.
They Have Given
They Have Done
MORE an! BETTER WORK
Are More Easily Sold,
PayinE aBetterPront to the Dealer,
Cheaper to Use
Than any Cooking Stove
NOW IN THE MARKET.
Sol. li uv
Excelsior Manufacturing Company.
Wholesale Dealers !n all kinds of
VX.I 2 C
)KOCTOK Ac OAMULK'S
is made from the hest tnatei ials and iiK-ejier-ftimrtl.
Sold ut price of ordinary Miap : buy it,
you will ue no other. i:-i rs have it.
Johhers Wholi-sale Api'tils.
873 4o 250 per niojifii, ;.v:.:I1h1Tj
iiwlv, r ,in:rmlii,-et:i- i;:Nt im; I M I i: iv I I M
m 'HN S1..NM-; Y AMll.V SI.WIM, ,! MlilVK 'II l-i
5 ' i:" " " " i!l -tilch. I.cn:. t.-i:.t:it K. iju.lt.n r,l. In ,!.
.V eeilin: term :i t Miier.or cir.firn r rr-nt
b '"'!:.. r :!:.! cetiM'i! :n 1 a:ran:l ir tHe m .i.s
M. U- v. II I :;, .! f.rany in..i-!i;i:,. th.it will s.w a
:r n.;.-r. Ii-.vit.f:;!. i.r t:-..re i ia ic k. nrn th.-.n
i"lrs' It i.i;i,-i t'.ic 'Kla.--.tii- !. k Mitf h." Kvft
f.'cei-.l int. t, ,-a., ,e rnt. avil M:il Mn- rlmh c:in;i.. !
e t'till".) n: -I-1 v. n !i. rt ti ar.l.,-1:. We .::v A-m fr. Tn
iT.'it'is; ii mt mmith ami rxp.-ies. or a runitms.-iun
.fr uii v It i wie; ih-it amuuiil.-nn be i:::ulo. Address
W.'MIl A Co.. ItoMcn, J!.i..- I'lU-turs.
i l.icui: . i;:.: . r -t i.oi.i... ?.i.
U' I.-'XTIsj. WKwar
" 1 j 1 i, with ever
ant to corresnnd
tv person, male or
ii iii.tie, i,o ouiii i, Ke a iiernoin.'iit and monev
m . kim; business. From ."i to "4( dollars per day
can be tii;nle easily. Full instructions sent tree
Aildre-s J. C. .V w. M. IJl I'.l'.OW. v .Main street.
ISristol, '1 1 tin.
AO KN'l S, and other CiuiMissers now at
work ran learn how lo increase toe:r
income si.ii week ni'.rf. without int.T
lerinu Willi their rcirular Caiivasin- liv
ad lreslug F. N 11KKD, I'I'J Klfc-lilll ."St.. N. Y.
A barber in Titusville, while cut
ting tho hair of a rural customer, run
his shears against some hard substance,
which proved to be a whetstone. The
old farmer said he had "missed that
whetstone ever since haying-time last
July, and had hoked all over n ten acre
lot for it, but now remembered sticking
it up over his ear.
JOY TO THE AFFLICTED!
-i m;mi:iy For si) at last:
It Will CunTYour Cough !
It Will Prevent and Cure Consumption !
Tlint CoiikIi, ivlilrti yon arc iirRlcct Inq;
niar rrwiilt In fntnl ('oiioiiiiiplloit. If
Mornr prompt I inrl i nut tiaril.
ly anrriflrr )'mr life whru
your DiMrnttt ran lr rttrril ho
quirk, and nt to auiall m
WHAT WELL KNOWN DRUGGISTS
OF TENNESSEE, SAY AUOUT
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM.
SI'Kinokiki.ii. Tenn., Si pt. l:th, IsTJ.
-Please ship us six dor . Allen's I c.nif 11 tlsam.
We have not a bottle in the store. It lias more
reputation than any t'ouirli .Medicine we have ever
wild. Have been iu Hie IUU Jtusiues-H S7 vears.
We mean Just what we say."
Very tmlv yours.
HI Hi' TA N N Kit.
WHAT THE DOCTORS SAY.
Ip. Wilson aul Wht-I lhyslr!aii aud lruj;clst,
riti from OmrcvilU1. IVim:
'We iurrtiAHn A I It'll l.untr HaInahi, nn1 it IN
rapidly. We are prurlicimt physH-iuns, hh wU km
ItriitfijiHtK, und tak ilusuri i'u rMotiimiiitliiis a
;r't rfirisly. as we know this to n:'
I'hyMk'iaus do not riTonmu'ixl a r.iidUin )itrh
bus no merit; what U.ry mhv about
Allen's Lung Balsam,
Can be taken as n fact. Let all nfllicte l lest It ut
once aud be convinced of Its real merits.
ft i Harmless to the most Ihliratr
IT CONTAINS NO OriUM IN ANT FORM !
Chll for "AI.IKN'S IXNU I'.AISAM," and
aim it thMiso ef an otlitr Hals'un, uripr.t.'lpd
men may deceive you with u ort tilers jm-jm ra
tion. Call For AllerVs Lung Balsam!
J. N. HARRIS & CO., Proprietors,
It iff sold ftiJfrdictrtc Dealt rt General?.
The only Reliable Gift Distribution In the rounirv !
L. D. SINE'S NINETEENTH
GRAND ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION
To be Drawn ATrdnrmlay, January
ilO.OOO IN AMKIOCAN f:I,I I
HO.OOO l. A.MKill( A. SILVUKt
TK.N 1'IUZKS tFfnu
Ono Span of Mati 'ied 1 torsi, with Fe
riiiKe ami till vi r Mounted Harness, -
- oi :h
?! . 0 U .
Five Horses anil r.m;i;(es, w!th Silver Mounted
llarnes-t, worth 5100 each.
Five Fine-Toned ltoscuood Iiuno.., worth fVD
. tiold ami si ver Lever llimtitiir Wu'chos . In
all. ' w, 1: tli from jJu to j'Mi each.
Hold Chains, silver Ware. Jewel rv. etc . etc
Number tiffins S'i.'i.OOII ! Ticket I.iuilt
-tl to lOO.OOO.
.KiF.NTS WANIKIi to sell Tickets, to whom
liberal premiums v. in !.. paid.
Single Tickets $2; Six Tickets .I0
Twelve S20; Twenty-live. $10.
Circulars contiiinini: a full lit of priz.-s. a des
cription ot tt,e manner ol dritwinir, and omer tu
tor nation in relerei.ee to the distribution, willb
sent to any one ordering th"in. All letters must
I e addressed to
MAIN OK K U K. I,. I). Itl SO,
IOI West Fifth St. CINCINNATI. O.
MOTHERS ! MOTHERS ! !
MOTHERS ! ! !
Don't fnil to proeuif rli'H. AVINS-
Fon ciiiit)im:,- 'rj:i rrmrci.
This valnalile preparHtion has heen iismI with
NKVF.K FAII.INU (sl'CCKSS IN I HOl'SA N 1 )S
It not only relieves the child from J-a'ti. hut In
vigorates the stomach and howcls, t'orrect.H acidity,
and s'ive.s tone and energy to the system. HuImi
(rliliK In the Itowrls mtd Vlnd t olir.
We believe It the BKST and M'KFST It KM KIY
lNTHKWoHl.il. in all cnx.-s of 1 1 vskx r c it v
AND IHAKKIHKA IN 1'IIII.HKKN, whether
arisini; from teethitne Or anv other rails.
Iiepend npon it, mothers, IT WILL ! VK KtST
TO YOl'K-sKLVKN. and
Krllrf and Ilrnltli f oj our Infants.
BE Sl'KK AND CAM. F lt
".Mrs. Winslow Saolliln Synip."
HavtiiK the tac-siniile of ct'HTIs.t l'KHKINS
on the oiitsldi wrapper
Hold hy 1 miKeiM.s tt.roiixhont the world.
f i it;lit of Knsiiirss College.
They have been in operation under some tiile for
many years, and w re oi ii-iu.ill v likeotber -'hoo!s
of their period, very ilefi ctive. boi h Hi manner ol
teaching and the matter taui.-bt. and It win not un
til the year Min. Ilrvnin and Sli.ni. n innn
ihd the t!rt school iu uhicii Moot bnsinci.'. tr.-iin-init
was the or- iy end sons lit, and so Mircessl ill ere
tli-t hat in loiiitcin -e.ir-. kfier I l.cr. were I'uriv-
ei(ht Colli-;;"; eMuhll-iicd In as mall V citli'S ol Hie
I liiled stiiies. ail wiukiil on ll.i sal. ie p. an, and
partially under the same control. This tuve ri"
Intrrnalion Assorlntlon at Itiislness C'nl
Irjrrs. Hrln-j the same 'ol leccs. each owned and run.
tioled by its Principal, but unitiil bv common con
sent to print Text bisiks, Klank books, diplomas,
etc., which one Institution conlil not do, audio rr
deem tuition, that is to say, that if a student pays
for a n-rtitlcate in oni', he h-is the privilege of at
tendiim any i l all oi t bem if It mi. is his conveni
ence. 1 li us In Nashvilleis.
Karhm t'fl Noshvillr Itiisinrss ollrr .
The Collese is In the Lewis r.iock. In n,e iii.oi
busine,s portion of t lie city, and nil its rooms are
well furnished and perfectly salted .o the ants of
a hist clas Institution, and no p are spareil to
make every surrounding pleasant. and tnreniler Us
patrnnseomlortable. The teachers irive ronslant
attention to every particular in 1 1. is resmrt. as well
as to try lo advance their pu;iils as rajiidly as j.os-
Course of tiKlj
Is purely a study of business relations and prac
tice, not merely tin forms tbat are used iu expres
sion of f;cts tn bocks, but in the u-ieat pi'inM;i!es
that underly all apparent results. ,s for In
stance, in any trani-cn. n. the laws of the country
that govern transpcilotis i uuiitht in our law b c
tures, i and the projK r siatemeut of the lacts ol anv
and all transactions ie-orded in books, and of coni
putinir results, and making all to appear legible
and neat. Tn do this In a erf.-rtiy scientitlc man
ner is the aim of oi.r studies id" I look-keiptnir. 'oui
niercial J aw, Husii ess aU ulaitons, l'eumaiislup,
and our Practical studies iu IVusiness p'tp.-r. as let
ters, notes, drafts, chei-ks, receipts, account sales.
Are any IrrnrHtory tuillr Itri(ulrnl.
No? a common school ilt:.-illi.u is rc.-ar.h 1 t.s
siitlicii'ut in most rases, i houh t he more one l;;:w.i
th" less he may have to b arn.
Ail iiiulaKia of n I!usitiess Kiliirn t loi.
To all men whether In businessur not, it will be
of treat ailvantiine. ami to those who have a rlas-i-ral
education or not. il Is of irre-it import nice. Hut
to t he Kieat number of yeuni; men uimar- unable
to raise t he money . or im iltini; to i;ie the timi
necessary for a Colleiiaie csiurse. a nd lo that laic"
rla-s win) want to frttrn sttni:hnfi, w lieri-by to m'k'
raoii. v. the liuMnes-. CoileL-e hoi. is out I'ppoitunities
exeeislinic any i..-r shown to tiim, because of
chtuiit' 5.. anil m hiiatij nf fltirrf... I 'all und ms fr
yourselves and decide in your ow n Judgment.
llryant&. Slratloit Itiisiiiexs oili er.
Send for our College Journal, and it w ill ijlve you
all neislcl iofoimation as ii otois arid bi irdiiiK,
I'tc. A ldfvss II. 1". 1. Alt II A H I'.
I- SSsM 1823.
"Sn IV ron rnn takr t- K3ttr acco?p
z t' il i rtci and remain lmc unwrM. provi.ien
I tlirir boiir are not destroyed b nvne-r.O poim r ottirl
means and Uc vital organs w.Ktcd nrind the loin
1 "ix pla or IrHllsestInn 11tMriie, 1'iia
in t he Monidtr. Cotilis, 'J of tl:c i.'flfct, IVr-
i-.r.e, S"iir Hiut Mtiotis of tlic Stomnc.li, iLifl 1' is
in tlic Moutlt. lLhous Att.tt k, P..'.u.uon t tfct?
Heart. InfatnrTMtion of the I.ohn. paiti tn ?iit- ror.
of tlir K.!.!iitv, atu! a lamdiC'l other pH.nfu si, Htpti.ni-,
are the 1'H" splines 'f Iypep-sia. I:t lli.-se c in-k'iits
it I.as iio equal, utiu one l"t:Ie will prove a ':n r jo.i
aMitee of its ituTits thin a li-octliv atlvi t:sri:n ?n ,
For Frumlc oinplnlut in m-ui r wra
m.irri vl or mtc, at the dawn ot on: uih i nr
turn -if liie, t!if-e Tonir ltitt js U:sp'.v V
intlu-'iKe that a m.ukjvl iiTi t.tvcncnl .-o--n pLv-
Fiir Inflammatory mid Cliroiilc I(lien
uintlMin aiid Viit, liihotts, Kfrniiim: iu.l I -w.
mitirnt I Vvrr. I jsr of thr I'.I'mkI. I.iva. K ni; r
tec. HlathUr. thi-se I'-ttrr h ive tut r-ni.l. - It 1 V. -e.u
r ai e caiticj hy Vitialrd 1. nod, v. li k n k:u,T.m v
pr.vhtced hv dci.imietiietit of tilt I:estuc tfi
Tliry fire n lrnl!r luri;tic hh s II iv
A Tonir. piso.'mi; ao the pM.!iar in-: 1 iF
a- a pn.crtui a'nt in n-iivln K "otirvsn , rr lufkn
m a; iun of the I-ivr anu Vistial m.i'iv, .tuJ in J't
Kor NUIll IHwearira, Trm-i-ion. Vr. f.
Rheum, Illotches, Spots, VmipV. inu't liUnr;. C.tr
biincic, Rin -wo.mi, S . I i 1 1 v.iA, te I i-S 1--sipclas,
I tilt. Scurfs, J ric, tot i:im.si1 the 5 bin, H uhhi s
and lt&rate of the S'tin, of wh.tlrw: ivwic ot nature,
are liter.div rin up ami cattjot miU f lV ;. in in a
ihort time bv thtj use of these IT'.ttets.
Carntrftil TImiumhimI pnxf.rtu Vinkgaw I'.it
Tkks the nust woudcttul invigomnt thru ever su.stame l
the fcinkiT ;v4!cm.
J WAUKK, rn n r. K. II. Mrl0 I-I A, V
Dru!"tsiiiil(rfii. Ay;tv. ban r r.tm i-uj aud New Y.r!..
nr sou r.v At.Mnriesisrs & dham ks.
Missouri State Lottery.
I,f-tilizr! Ity Mate Autlioi-lty Drntvii and
in lNiUllo lit St. I.ouU.
Grand Single Number Scheme!
Class M,to be Drawn Dec. 31st, 1872
5,!iKU liizr, amounting to $300,000.
I pile fif.,.
1 iiri.- of...
&'V) prizes of. pal
. l" '
. I. '"o
1 prize n
I prize r
4 prizes of
4 prizes of
Vt ir:7.is of
Jil prizes of
40 prizi 8 of
M prizes ot...
! prizes of...
J :i ori.es tit...
I.'"ll : prizes of...
M' 1st pri7es of...
i"iO 5 to prizes of...
TirWeti tl". Half Tirkets .. Quarters ',.V).
Our lotteries nre rhartereil Py t he Klnte, nre al
wiys ilruwu at the time iihiihsI.'iiiiiI nil lui iiikn
ure uniler I lie MipervNmii of Hnrn oinniisxlotiers.
The oflieinl drawing will he pithlishe l In the St.
Louis pitpers, anil a copy Oi tin ilrnwini; sent to
purchasers of tickets.
We will itruw a similar scheme the lust ilsy ol
every month ihiritii; the rear 17.
Hemlt atourrl-k by rosl-ollice Money ( iv lers,
Iteeistereit Letter, lrn ft or I'.xpress. Seiiil for cir
cular. Ail.lre-s Mt'ltltAI, Mil. I. Kit A-'..
1'ost-olJice Ilex 10. St. I.ouU. Mo.
THE NEW SCALE
27 Union Souare N. Y.
Uiidoiioicdly tbc lest Square Piano mfc.
So ml for Circular 'wIUi Illustrations.
Prices mim from 350 to 700 flollars.
tvery I'inno WAKKAKTED for Five Ye.trs.
BrtU-r than I'Irturra Is thr
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C A S H P R E M I U M S FR E E!
Twenty-one Thonsani Dollars
Ii:strtbuted;.iext April, Fm, unicn the "J.i.i Mib-
, Wooltly Eiiqxilroi'.
Irclose y.i.l tor n veal s -tlliM'tipl Ion, ol s-ttil lor
full eartlcniars. i:irapreiniuuisfor ueins
Address FARAN.V Mi I. FAN.
1 inn .i nai. I 1 1 1 1 .
1 1 era k
wit Ii I be i, II In, A..ii . . .
Warranted to mitt til tust.-s
'r tttir i v ruu-hf i . And lor
va'.e In. , sal only lh
til ml Alut)llr .1- V it,r 7i ( ...
I'M Fulton st.. ror. Church st.
N. Y IM). HutSW. .Soulfm
lLfit r ?vTii'
kJ fft ) !"'' hiy. A Rents want
0 1 0 I I el . All na-ves of work
luj; x-ople of either sex. yoiinsf or old. make nior.
money at work for us, In t lo h ,-pnre inoinents, m
all the il'-e. lb. in at mix tion:; . Ise. l'nrilculars
free. Address tl. t-TlNSON t CO., I'ortland.
For our I treat Illustra
ted I'.ook i n the Wei. i
BUFFALO 1. A Nl. by lion W.K.Wkiih.
Kfllinq likr ifil'tnrr . Acents are rb-ar-Ine9l5(li('
JCiOO p.T Mo. .sv n.f ,,
Vi niurrit and tfar Trrrtft.rv at
oner. Address. K. 11 nn nun v
W. 4th M. Cincinnati. O.
jir rn. rimi'ies xt.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
I.oi.i;est enuao'd and ti.ost siicnisful physician of
the afce. Consultation orpainihlet free. Call fir
writ". Just published for the licnetlt of vor.nc men
who snlb-r from Nervousness, Ueldllty. Vi'.. a
treatisi 'i.f :i pa-'-s for 2 stamps; a biaik, il pager
iiustrated. for .ti cents
106 M liltli Hv,
lllli"IH CMU Al.o.'
i A., R.8T. LULLS- 1
T. E. VEPKMK K Ok
I US C:aCULAB--:-
Sent bv mall for hi rts. K. T . F M'lT K M X .
fiO Irlnt;toit Ave. New 1 oi k City.
1 f I,"' (')ianrr tor AKents. -Air-nts
a 1 a I j wew il pay you -to p. r weeic, in
oa-h, lo riii;;ii;i' w h us ai oiiis'. Kvi-r t b I nir turn
islied and expeusi-s paid. A. Col'I.TKU t CO
t iii'i:cK 1 1 rrsT
ivhich cost Sl'A'O'ent on rissMpt of in n-n!. ..d-
Ji. HKNJAJJ1N, M. Louis. Mo.
OT'O it l'ACH WFFK-AKcnts wanted.
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