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BY JOAwUiK XU.LKB.
The ml-flail fishers row and cree
Below the crtvv as half aslei-p,
Sot ev. r make a Mingle sound.
I he walU ac strep.
The wave are dwp ;
And if the dead mau eliouM be (eiiiul
Hr these same fishers in their round,
I13-, who ahull say but he was drowned ?
The lakfs lay briuht as Wis of broken moon
Just nnwljr set nil bin the cloven earth ;
The ripened fields drew round a golden fiirth
Far up f he eteps, and guttered in the noon.
And when theiiun fell down, from leafy shore
1-ond loTcra stole In pairs to ply the oar.
The stars, as lore as lillies decked the t.lue :
From out tha Alps the tnnon came wheeling throng
The rooky piss the great Natmleon knew.
A Rata niKlit it was the season's piiuie,
We rode from cu-lll lake to festal town.
To fair Milaa -my friend and I ; rode down
By night, wuere iriawi wared in rippled rhyme ;
And so whut theme but love at surh a time?
Ills proud lip eurTeJ the while with scorn
At tuoughl of love: und then, as one forlorn,
lie sighed, tl.ea bared his temples, dished with
Then inorked as one outworn and well bliise.
A pir j-fius li'er li'y. flatninij red.
So fui: of baitle, of the trumpet's Marc,
Of old-tl ne pinion, upreaied its head.
I Hallojsl iast. I leaned, I clutchl it there
From out tue loni?, ! ronif crass. I held it hiKh.
And cried : Ii this t.-uiuht shall dc( k her hair
1 hrouKh a!! the daace. And mark ! the man hhall
Who dares a-nult. tor oo.l or 111 design,
Thecilaiitl where I phall sr-t tiis sign,"
He spake n. spare wor.l all the after while.
That scornful, cold, contemptuous smile of his!
Why, bet-er men have died for 1cj-s than this.
Then in the hHll the ume old hateful smile !
1 hen inatvcl not that whi n she Rraied the floor,
With all thf b'i.uiim gathered from the Iimr
Far qusnajx of the world, and ho, my fair,
The fairest, wore within her midnight hair
My tigr iily uuirrel not, I mv,
That he ylaied like some wild beai'
well at bay.
Oh she sliore fairer than the summer Mar,
Orcurlel sseet moon in middle dentin v ;
More fair th n gimriie climbing up the sea.
Where all tiie loves of Adriana are.
Who loves, who truly lovei will stand aloof :
The noisy toncuo makes unholv proof
Of suallnw waters. AH . he while aiar
from out the datue I sti'od and w.ubel the Jtar.
My tiger lily borne an m -illumine of war.
A tnou-.m-! lieautiis Mulied at love's advum-e.
Like brii;bt white mice in iiiiaMiliuht at their play.
Or suntisih sbooiini; ip f shi'iim; by,
Theswlft feet shot sud iriitienvl in the daitc.
Oh, you have loved, and trulv 1mt,1 no.l
Aut'l.t !,e !he while ti
i:in your on stately i.ieen :
ller prrsem-e, it as ni.ijetv so tnll :
ner i.'oii j iev-lopment eiiconipasM-il all.
i-u. ii.ie.1 H'l
1 follo'e-l hi
Hpaee. I p..iik:!it, I s:-.w hut her:
ouie ir-ivid oishipjs?r.
im e 'ie moved with nie.ti -hless Rraee
A-lown t'ie d
worm move.1 with her. .Suddenly
iiin.i.)(Uf-( wn.tlll ner rav.i tnr n.-.i.-
'Twas he ! Hi fMe.. sn l.-:inini to her ia.-e
I cliitehml mr hlade; I spijinr;; caught mv
And so sto. I Ir-nrii.lv; nill ns deaili.
And thev stoo,i Kt ill. p-he Mushed, then i-s.-hed
The lily n- : he .:iss.-.l. and down the Moor
.-ne irewe.1 us neiirt like t.itsof Kiidiin;
'lm oe S.-H he.i K
Iii-arts. were made
He ta.iL-lit in- tlii-. u
I learne.I t.. well
it nis'ht ill piendid srorn.
The dnnee ws done.
IVe moon'.! he ano I
...r lvoiiiiin--. .over .ly lily worn
In h.-r d.iik h:iir in pi i,l, , i., ih.-n l,e lorn
An. tr:ii,i)l...l on i'.,nhi- l.,l sir:in-'er's:ike
1 wo in. n roll 'ilint toward th"lik.
T wo men ii, !. 1, iit down, leu onlv o.ie
I.ode up at morn to meet the rising "mi.
1 he wsll.i are p ;
'the era en shall k;
Their everm-.tink- wrstli piofoiind.
i ' -1 - nans aie st'
1 1... wave. are dc
And if a dead man should he found
l:v red-eln.l hsher's in their round.
Why, who shall sav hut lie was drow
REWARD OP JEALOUSY.
MY I.ir.LIK AI.I.KX.
ana nirewise Jiad mv love dreams, and
also my share of trials and tribulations
relative to that distressing evil, jealousv.
Well, shortly after my return from
coLetre, I met and formed an attachment
ior Ethel (; raves, a charming little bru
nette with l.arjre brown ryes fi infri-d all
around with jet lashes, the daughter of
our neighbor, a weHlthy southern plan
ter. Deinp; noifrhbors, and our families
hong on good terms, we were constantly
thrown together, and in due season my
Atrectiont were made known, and I am
happy t- announce, were fully recipro- '.
cated ; so wc were betrothed after the
iiMual fa.-Iiion. j
One evening, having called on mv i
lady-love, there arose a question ot which '
she had been toaning me to tell her, and
having it in my power to tantalize her,
I ma:Ii u-ie of the opportunity.
"AVoM.m'B curiosity," said 1, with a :
shrug of mv shoulders. " nml f.-minlnn ;
Aonscnsc!' retorted Ethel, coloring,
"I supple men are never curious or 1
"rsevtr," quoth !,,
"Then vou munt tell me, Herbert?"
" I think my dear, that your cur'nity
and the t.thcr emotion nctd a little dis
cipline." Now v li y on earth 1 wanted to be
provoking leant tell; the natural per
versity of man, most probably ; for there
was no other reason ; I wanted to teae
Ethel, so I withdrew into a veil of 1111
Shc di ino', say citu word more, but
turned .pv.ietly and left the ro,ni, and ns
she disappeared through the entrance I
saw the downward flutter of a little slip
of white paper from her dress; now
whether it was dropi-d uuintenl ionall v
or on purpose we will leave tor the read
ers to put-s. instinctively I st.x iK-d to
pick it u... and, as I stoojd, I culd not
avoid reading the characters inscribed
thereon in a dear, masculine chirora
phy, "11:;5 -t'lark and Xewton. No
disappointment this time. K. "
I felt the crimson flush mounting to
my temploa I as road and re-read the mys
terious wonls, " K. ("." Hidn't I rr
memlier that KoWrt Clark was Ethel's
second cousin, and a provokingly hand
some Allow at that? Had I 'forgotten
that people use! to think what a "hand
some couple" they would make, before 1
stepped into the rinar? K. C, indeed'.
And I clenched my li-rf, involuntarilv as
I crumpled the paper inside its grasp.
" AVhat are vou looking for, Ethel V"
She stood with one hand resting lightly
on the door-knob, olancin-' unr-alv
J.rii.Ml lllf- IIHII1I, 1VI1IH iriC
flush on her cheek.
" I that is have yon
slip of paper lvinc als.nt
.1... 1 r, .. '- ..
tlicrc w.i.H a guilty
I uttered the faNeho,..! with deliU'rhie
calmness, von whili- the tell-tale billet
lay in my hands. Ni she was anxious
atiout it. Shedidn't like the idea that
I should have an in -iht into her little
arrangements with 11. ( Ah ! false and
fair all women are alike.
" It must have been something very
inportant," I remarked, as she hurriedly
turne.l over tlie books on the table, still
Reai-ehing for the inisniiig treasure.
"I suppose 1 have left it up stairs."
she said, artfully evadin-r H direct an
swer, on are not piiiifr, HorlxTt?"'
" I am going. Uood-nitrht."
Not u nit! I wn, in mv own room did
I open and re-examine the- odiotn little
bit of paper. 11::? ,f ,.ourse thc
whole tliinir was as plain its davlicht
To-day was tho tenth ot tho month'; it
was simply an appointment for the mor
row at three o'clock. I ground my teeth
as the truth flashed across my brain.
"No disappointment this lime." I
would have liked To challenge liobert
Clark to mortal combat on the instant,
were it not that duels were entirely out
f fashion What business had fie to
lay down law to my Ethel? Ihit there
was one consolation Willie Newton was
ray old friend; he would not see me
wronged, if b cnuld help it, and I
promptly resolved to .appeal to Willie
for aid an 1 justice. I glanced at mv
watch; nine ..'cl.-k; loo late to seek
out Mr. Vwton. who probably was at
his country et !on befoi- this. Si I
lighted thc ga, and" t dmvn to chew
the cud ot mv own bitter meditation
The rocre 1 meditated r.u niy ir.ju
ries. the mm-0 furious I U came', until
astheclock chitnet! niiduight, I took mv ;
"I will l ot be marie a Ch.I of I will .
cast her off';i Unwoi thy of my love, but
will first jic.'-'css myself of a clue to this
m wrr, uii-1 acciia lii-r Uil-llv to her
So I w.?ni to Ud, to dream fitfully a'i .
r eenng in a lively mood, this evening . Hr'ms conspiracy oeiween my lunei anu ; lace ol tne moon as, lor instance,
1 have concluded to write, for the edili-i ; darkening of the creat ring-plian of 11
cation of whoever may chance to read it, ' rour o clock; relief must have been ; with increasing light, and like chang
my experience in love. As you must detained ; I could hear " II. Cs. voice I in certain lone, winding lunar valleys
Know, I, like all others, w.q onr-o voi.no- occasionally in the store : proof positive. : led Reer and Mndlr-r to sun-p-est
night of monster sheets of phospborcs-t
i cent paper, with " R. C." dancing m
Bdirlet fire all over their expanse.
"Is Mr. Newton in?" ;
w w - r V.ivts ac in arts) ATI r gt t
' . A . .1 i
lVr?. :. i,., mv fi-ir-nd Willie ?t. look-1
. uuiuc. v. r;
11 i J.i ,aa
S It I v ,aVUlC A OV K VVt ) VAU
frllow : whattnxHl wind blows you here?"
lie drew out a large armchair, but I
' declinefl it.
" Newton, I want you to do me a favor;
" Certainly, if I can."
I looked up at the dock; it wanted j
! just filteen minutes to three, and I hur
; riedly confided the whole story of my
i wrongs to Willie's honest breast.
" My lear fellow, I really think you
j are attaching too much importance to a
1 mero trine.'
! " A trifle!"
I bit mvlip3 until the
i blood came. "I think'dinei
you are not
I it's very easy to see that
i standing in my peculiar position, New-
j " Shall I send for Clark '! lie is in the
' store, no doubt."
" You will do noiiiing oi me sort."
" Well, then, what is it you require
" Listen ; she will e here, probably at
three, to to see Clark."
" Where will he be likely to receive
" In tliis room, I suppose."
"Is there no place where I can be an
unseen listener to their conversation?"
" Why, there is the wardrobe, but
The very place," I exclaimed, exult-
"Yea but, Herbert, wouldn't it be
j rather a mean thing to listen to what is
j not intended for your ears?" faltered
; line, with some embarrassment.
"1 don't care a fig whether it's mean
i or not," I retorted. " I'm in no state of
; mind, just now, to spl t hairs. If you
are iroiue to oblisw me. sav so: if not. I
: may as well go."
"Of course the room is at vour ser-
i vice, Herbert. 1 am going out, but that
makes no difference. I hope you will
; discover that you are in error.
I smiled bitterly. I entertained no
such hope. The clock struck three as
Mr. Newton took his leave, and I hur
riedly ensconced myself in the wardrobe,
; with my hand against Willies business
! coat, and my lower extvemeties in a per-
1 feet grave of linen dusters
where one can
i pantaloons. Altogether,it w;
able position; a wardrobe
i juststami erect, witu closed doors, on a
hot evening in August, is not a very en- i
! viable place. But I would have endured j
i anything then.
" How warm it is! In fact it is getting
, .... ..... .. . fc.
ueei'ieiiiy tropical, i rctlectcd. as I wned
thedew from my glowing forehead, " hv
Hon t r.tiiol come, if slie is coming ?"
! And then I began to reflect on St. Bar-
tholomew and his Jed of hot coals, as I
pusueu me uoor a quarter oi an men
If., i i- x.. , i , , .
nison-home sway in a sr.dlv nervous
Hon ; lint it was only a clerk, sent
for Sxll't-thinfr. but I iircitlipd lnelvnne
more that is, as freely as it was possible
to do under the circumstances. Good
giacious, now not u was : a thermome
ter would certainly have stood at a hun
dred in this close atmosphere. I was
streaming with perspiration; my hair
was a wet as if I had stood in a summer
shower; but I would cheerfully have re
mained tncre all day, to detect the mon-
ne . i.-. n.iiiu.
Five o'clock. Decidedly, this was
getting rather monotonous : I was inclin-
ed to le very sleepy; but it wouldn't
do, to yield to the blandishments of Mor-
pheus. lint mv patience was not destiu-
ed to go entirely unrewarded; just as 1
was about to give up in utter despair,
there was a flutter of garments on mv
ear ; the sound of
Ethel's sweet familiar !
" I'm so sorry I
lo?t that memoran-
duin, Robert .' "
"It isn't of any consequence, Ethel ;
will make it all straight. Let me sec,"
said Kobert, reflectively, " you want it
lined with crimson silk, with crimson
cord and tassels,
When do ycu want it
" l'.y Thursday ;
its Herbert's birth-
" I think I can promise it to vou
that time ; I was sorry to disappoint vou
oelor, but we really hadif ta bit of any-
thing in the store that was at all appro-
Pr'ate. This material is elegant."
" l.cautiful .'" ejaculated Ethel. "IIov.
ph-asod Herbert will be "
If there had been a crack in the hot
torn of that wardrolie, I most assuredly
would have fallen through it, .so exceed
ingly small did I feel.
-iyine way, i.inei. in which uirc-c-,
i tion are you going?"
Jl-jmc, she replied.
ti,.. fii :
iiiniiiirjiuu, iui wait, nan :
a second until I get my hat." ;
'lhe blood in my veins seemed turned!
1. 1 A. : . 1 a 1 . .
ior a second 10 ice. ana men arain to ;
iiiiMi a iiMHM-ep : l jericea me ioir : tne gray anu green areas merge insensi
to nrain. whith an emuliAsis that, lnarle ; blv irtMfh nflwr
fire. What a blockhead I was not to ' color from vcpetation ceases to be impos
foresee this emergency! I held my sible or al-surd. The evidence is not of a
breath and clung desperately to the in-; character to justify a positive assertion
ner handle ot the wardrobe, as I felt '
- Koliert Clark's touch uion the outer.
Why;" soliloquized that young gen
tleman, "what on earth ails the dowr
j handle? It won't turn;'' and he save
. it an energetic wrench, that defied all
' my efforts to iniede its revolution.
The door flew open, and there I stood
reveal-d among the coats and dusters.
' Hallo !" ejaculated Clark, staring at
me in blank astonishment. " I shoulI
: like to know how you came here !"
.y leenngs at tnat moment can be
: l . . . : . : 1 . . l . -. 1 r ,
i-iiei iiuuiziut-u man uescnueo. i Knew
there was no alternative but to step for-:
warn aim i.ice ine music, wnicn 1 ilia SC-
cordingly. Hut I wasn't going to favor !
. iarK nu an expianaiion, so I turned
somewhat sheepishly to Ethel, and,
drawing a slip of paper from my pocket,
placed it in her hand.
' 1 found that on the parlor floor last
nignt, i-.tiiei; it excited mv curiosity,
and 1 fanei-il all sorts of ridiculous things
; and came down here to "
"To hide in a wardrobe," mischiev
I ously added Ethel. " Man's curiosity,
and man's jealousy. I didn't know that
two such emotions existed in the mascu-
i line mind."
" Nov.', Ethel." I applealed, most piti
fully, at which that wretch, Clark, broke
: out iu a laugh which grated harshly
; upon my every nsrve.
Ethel, seeing my dismay, promised
not to mention the incident again ; and, i
though she has long been my own Ethel,
I have never neard lier allude in any way !
Ireatli of an Indian liieT Aged One
Hit ml red and Seven.
lY.il W:iyno Sentinel.
The old Indian Chief '-White Loon"
died at Koanoke, near this city, a day or
two since, at t.ie anvanced aire ol one
hundred and seven years. " Wliite Loon"
ivw n rr-lir ;iml alxilit the ;tst nno in
tl., iwirt of the eonntrv of flip Minmi ;
triW of Indians, which was formerly so .
powerful in this section. He was bom j
at the place where Peru is at present '
situated, in 17(!', when the famous chief
liiehardville, the Shawnee, was in com- i
maud. "White Loon" retained his i
faculties in a wonderful degree until a
few months since. His sight and hear- ;
ing n here somewhat impaired, but his j ;
memorv was not at all aflected, and he
ctmld dUtinctlv remember events which ;'
occuifl ninetv-tive vearsasro. He recol-'
lected Teounist h distinctlv,and described
the building of old Fort Wavne fre
quently. He understands no other
tongue. than the Miami, and never refer
red Ito -our city save as Kekionga. A
year atro "White Loou" was thus de
scribed" ia the Sentinel: "He is tall and
straight as an arrow, his hair and beard
are white and straight, and his complex
ion unmistakably red. His eves are
small, keen and piercing, and he has the
high cheek bones, flat forehead and '
facial traits so uurDisttlfablr charaeter-
isticof lhe aliorigineR." His place of ;
resiu-ii.f ior ninny room as ieeii on tlie ,
'Reserve," sixteen miles west of thia j
city, in Lafayette township
Tl Ore rieKIa Dlseer s.lbl its the Moon
-The Theory or Vetrtaiioa. 1
scientific American. ':
When the moon is at the full, the un- :
-a.,;nA,, wvr?;i-j:,,,;,,,,, linr i
W certain dart- v Rrota more or less
i ot,oi nf v,r;rVir rmr.
; : , ' r, -i . i . i
! tions. Throusrh the tclescoDC these
si ' n, 4, tJannA 1ipka !
spaces appear as broad, level spaces, re-
sembling terrestrial seas. Indeed, the
earlier observers mistook them for seas,
and by that name (Latin, mare) thev are
known to this day. Tbey are not seas,
however, but ancient sea-bctls, now
probably nearly, if not quite, destitute
of water ; vast', arid basins, like the
Sahara, or the great interior Utah
hain of nur own ennntrv.
Examined more closely, thee dried-
up sea-beds to which Nelson applies
loe !.. AAnnnt lineal
'i mares are seen to have a rolling surface);
line some or our western prairies,or to he
V traversed by numerous long ridges, re-
j eembling the wave-like satid-hills which
I give so marked and particular an appear- ;
i ance to the deserts of western Australia '
! the leveler portions being dotted with j
low mounus interswrseu witn crater-pus. :
j In many places, formations of an appa
rently alluvial character abound, while
the ancient coast-lines show distinct
traces of water-action. Two of these
lunar plains Mare J I mnorum and Mare
Chisium are walled in completely by
lofty mountains presenting stupendous
precipices to the vanished sea. The lar-
ger mares are more like ocean-beds.
Thev run together as terrestrial oceans
do, and sometimes merge into the bright -
1 1 . . 1 1 1.
ri vuii ti ucii Lai iciujin nuuuub a uininicb
line of demarkation. In other places
tiiovKV.nwrnriio-wrlr.njit.iinp riinrr intn
cliffs and peaks, and pierced at times by,'
'-- ' fcC aa.isa j --
valleys and ravines.
One of the most conspicuous of these
lunar ocean-beds, also one of the deepest,
I is known as the Mare Seremitatis. Its
j area is nearly 125,(100 square miles.
Within its dar'k-rrrav border, from thirty
f to eighty miles wide, is an extensive in-
i ner plain, which at times presents a fine.
elenr. lio-ht-rrrfpn tint with rpntral
streaks of pure white the green area
lying lo.ver apjiarently than the gray ex
terior, the green tint is difficult to'
catch, except under favorable condi
tions, and is much weakened by the
effects of numerous small, white, round ;
spots, and gray ridges.
Anotner of the moons green plains;
! was discovered bv Madler in the Mare
i Ilumorum, already mentioned. This is
one of the smallest as well as the most
' .1;..? .1 1 1 i r . 1 1 .
distinctly-bordered of the
plains. Its area is 50,000 miles. The
greatest portion of its interior is dis-;
tinctly tinged a dusky green, sometimes :
very marked, affording a strong contrast
with the pure erav of the borders and
! high inclosing ridges. On thc west, the
green area extends nearly to the edge
j of the mare ; but elsewhere, ns in the :
i Mare Serenitatis, it is separated from
i the border bv a narrov
i frincre, except on the norlhw
i tM , mi.
8till another area of n-reen is oliserved
i in the Mare Christum, one of the most
i ennanienniw of tl.r. mAi.n'j l.ivV nlnino
j It is completely inclosed, and is, per -
; haps, the deepest of the lunar mares. Its
area is 78,000 square miles. Its general
tint is a gray mixed with an tministaka -
We tinge of green, especially under high
lllll IlllJJUtillll. X dUillll IlUt? !. rrtll
to the lost adrantaire for several davs
before and alter the moon is full.
TfiOui n Ti "1 At)iof ffkf-r 'hnnrroa nit
tney wouia nuncate vegetation, were j
j vegetation possible on the surface of the ;
j moon. 15ut, having accepted Vessel's i
1 conclusion that there could be neither!
air nor water on the lunar surface, and
consequently no life, those much re- i
j spocted sclcnographers could not enter-j
i tain the hvDOthesis of lunar vegetation.
! however stronf? the evidence mi edit seem.
But liesaers opinion, as our readers
j already knew, is inconsistent, not only
I with the conditions on which he based
j his calculations, but also with the results
j of more recent studies of the state of the
; moon's surface. tSo far from being an air
less, waterless, unalterable desert,
i chnnrreleM mass of dead matter, likr; pn
. V "
; much volcanic scoria, the moon
i much volcanic scoria, the mo
; known to have an atmosphere
erable volume and density : to present
abundant evidence of physical activity
.; and change ; and to hive, in all proba -
i hi tv. water enoutrh to make life easily
' possible on its surface
y. . j
; The moon is dying, but very far from
! dead. I5eing so much smaller than the
j earth, it has run its course more rapidly
; nut it lsstuiagoou wayu iromtnatgoal
of ultimate deadness to which so many
. . . .. , . c-- . . -
nuiiiucni Hiirntion 10 wiemMrrapiiv 10
him to thoroughly realize' the
enaoie mm to iiioroup-niv rpa izc the;
probable present con.lition "of the moon."
Such beinrr the case, the hvnothesis
. . "J - - " .
tlmt tlie mntin's oreen r. ."ins riorivn their :
that the moon's p-reen plains derive their
that the mythical man in the moon mv I
. .i. . . .,
nave ahunuant pasturage tor bi cattle ; t
but his case ceases to be absolutely j
hopele-s when a thorough-going sclenog- i
. . . fe .
rapher can say, as Nelson docs, that the ;
moon may iiocrh an atmosphere that
' must be regarded as fully capable of
1 sustaining various forms of vegetation of:
' even an advanced type ; that it does not i
! apjiear how it can justly be questioned i
that the lunar surface, in favorable posi- j
tions, may yet retain a sufficiency of
i moisture to supporta vegetation ot many
.... . 1 1 .. ....
kinds: anrt that, in a verv
portion of the entire 'surface of the :
1 ni.mii. tpmnerfitiire. would not vnrv siifli. I
cientlv to materially effect the existence ;
of vegetable life. i
Who can tell but that the aforemcn-'
it. There is not the slightest" a d ennate i J l"lWl" .?KP8 the application of it "-a li
i x- i c .1 i ----- naiui iu me um'ii uuiii wanieu ior ain- ,i,of - OQu nr r
pvidencc. kelson invs. of the r.onnlnr t j .'j. - i i . ! that We trust CflCll OI our
. ..... nKr x 11UU Jt a grea( ne,p lo nave pota-
view and " its truth would be admitted I ,ra to .? r 1 ! perform.
tioued man in the moon may not follow : ming inai is noi certainly narm less; tney harmless nrst cousins, woives, we wouiu ;
thc plan of the African tribe which Liv- j chew every mouthful until they are contf- i in a few years be done notonly with green That is a noble charity which the llap
ingstone tells of, and keep himself and . dent, on mature reflection, that it cannot i worms, "but the gieen grass-hoppers, : tists of England have just inaugurated
his cattle iu e.A tensive lunar caverns, hurt the stomach. t which come up like a cloud and spread j for their wornout ministers. As a rule a
where the teniiier.it tire is uniform ami
; water abundant, dnvingthem forth upon 1
these green fields for a fornightly feed i
j when the sun is up for its long days and
! the grass is in good condition? " Jules :
i Verne ought not to neglect m invitin"-!
1 a field of exploration. 1
A Rriulit Horse.
The Boston Journal relates the follow- i stomachic a flections. The constant ex-ino-:
Amonir the manv horses owned i eitement of the brain sends an excess of
by a street railroad company is one who j
used to jnve the hostlers a deal of trouble I
by slipping his halter and roaming at :
willaliout the stable, lhe halter was i
on each occasion buckled on astiirlitlv as
possililp, but lo no iirjK', for the horse :
wouM invarialilv bo fountl halt sn hour i
aftonvanl niatinu a tlisrnificd tour of th ;
stable. This became iiionotonous to the i
1 a. I 1 l. .1 -. a. : 1 j. '
iniMit-r, mi.i uc .leu-riiuiieu 10 aseeriain :
the MOi'us ojeranfi by which 1im equine !
friend secured his lilierty. Ag.iin the :.
halter was tightly buckled ou. and taking ;
. . . .. - ..... ;
j a seat wherein could watch his trouble- i
some charge, he awaited developments,
I'retty soon a horse who stood beside the
trouiuesome one was ouservea to pose ,
,us luwc ,Ilto "eighDor stall, aud ,
matching the end of tho baiter strap j
wtwecn his teeth, he pulled at it. His
urst, second and third attempts to un-,
icsse the MicKie were unavailing, but
wlth remarkable perseverance the horse i
returned to his work repeaterllv, and ;
firrally out dropped the buckle tongue,
M throat strap fell, and the horse of !
inquisitive mind was soon striding about :
the stable again. A change of location
was of course a necessity.
An Extraordinary Duel.
There was an extraordinary duel be
tween two negro women at Louisville,
recently. Annie Simmons and Mary
P.auleshaving quarreled, resolved to tight
a duel with knives. Thev met by .urree-
ment in front ot
night, no witnes-es
a Baptist church at
lieing present, and
there fought fiercely for half en hour
lUules was stabbed and gashwl horribly
in mix ainerent piscet, ber rigUteye being
cutout. Simmons waa only slightly hurt
i and has been arrested.
FARM AXD FIRESIDE.
I Mam ur TUM or -
contributor to the Horticulturist
buvs bones of a butcher at a dollar the
i i .1 : J T l t
nunurea P"u" SI
cheapest fertilizer ae can obtain,
transforms them into meal by the follow-
ins1 simoie nrocess : 1 nave a large
water-tiffbt hOErfthead 6tandinK out of
i doors, near the kitchen. In the spring I
; cover the bottom about mx inches deep
', with dry soil. On this I put a layer ot
j bones, aoout tne same aepui, anu cover
i them entirely with unleached ashes. On
: these another layer of bone, then ashes,
; and so on until the hogshead is full. 1
leave it then exposed to the sun and rain
; all summer and winter till the next
i spring. Then removing the contents ot
j the hogshead, I find nearly all the bones
. so soft that they will crumble to powder
i under a very eliiiht pressure, and they
make a nice little pile of most valuable
; "tauuit-, icaut iui il.o " '
i of the bones not sufficiently subdued Ii re-
twelve months slumber."
When so many find it difficult to make
a mere Rttffieienev for life's support, it
ems unaccountable that the pleasant
i an(j profitable business of poultry raising
: should be seldom or never resorted to for
tue purpose of gaining a livelihood, and
estahlishinsr a navincr and permanent
i business, while an eager, strugglingcrowd j
j are jostling each other in every other ?
aVenue of industry, no matter how diftl- i
j n..n ih.w mpflr nA imeertjjin th
; remuneration promised
1 . i sn si. .a
i for nroiit isalichtemplovment.reauirinir
; no particular adaptability, and but a
t ,.T;,.,vi r .! ...m-i- n-uv. rvf .n..rc.
, lUU UUI V A V - a. V VA 11 IkUa V W fc A .T a
that regrular and ceaseless attention which
j must be given to anv business to ensure
i ehwu. ml it. in a rnvino- viwit from the
; day of investment. The one secret of;
; success is thoroughness. The chickens i
; must be well and regularly fed with a !
i vsrietv of rrood food and fresh water. !
i The coops must be kept clean and well
: ventilated, and the chickens must have
: ni.tro nr Wa rivnn in -wriirdi to OTr.rr.iaA
and to reap the fullest measure of success!
must have comfortable, sheltered, and
sunny winter quarters.
m Xing Ta.i-ielle of tVIirat lr Kd.
in tne iturai norm oi
August 2.id an article on seed wheat.
t lhe article is worthy of the thought and
j consideration ot every wheat-grower in
I 1 ie - m tetl States. The best seed, and
' ttlA mrtoi HTMirAvorl ..nllnva !o I,
, i,. ...
; the most approved culture, is the guar-
;.lw remunerative wneat crop.
yow, what I want ta cad the attention
ot the readers to is what one of my
neighbors had practiced for a number of
J V. striccia mree oi me oest van
eiiea ot vheat and mixes them in equal
li8; relhi9 if nd
September. The land rowed on is Mis-
KW3ir.ni I W . t ? 1.11 tqnr! Onrl l.iaD.oii.CL-u m'AF
; -- -'".';,""- ' ""-v. w,v.
U1S nO.lo-h OOnt h.1S rflllUfrl tliom lAinniurs
p- . . ... ...... ....
n-ln , II. 1
wrisf. iu tr. r-o,, r,f 1 i
i, " i -l Vu Vs i
crops when they fail on the same land.
: ltieT w no otner solution that ean be
; tJ' lue mixture or tne seed sown.
c.ii-tnun- a.- wen as animai vitality ae-
....11. 11 - i i
' IFt on ra VP?
naltly of f"r s
r crossing ot the most
species, lhe seed is
8l.ln;ea on.e.10 lbe other, bringing all the
i vtlta.' ".ies of each into one common
j Th ds is 'according to nature ; and
; . . . . V . .
' "i'luS lu ur "um borne or your many
i, !, ,. 'J
t S ' ?! A "i an7
wli r ! wheat -
: ?WXI! u" ,LV1S UUJ-
ttllJlff 1Q th
t LClUllt I. 11 L U3
t of thought, and hope some learned and
r . A. - , - - t, - .
practical larmer win De neara irom soon
through your paper.. Yates, Lewis
Nil mlii y 1I nnr rs (turkl) I'rtiuiml
kind sister, helpfully inclined,writes
as follows: "I've had it on iny
d for several weeks to write vou
something about Sunday dinners. You
Know wnen tnere is a tamily ot live or
si-c rwrsnrm nmm nr 1iM ovrl ill n-,n
' . '. . ,
go to the morning, service and stay to
cuuuay-scnooi, ineir appetites are pretty
well sharpened by the time they get :
home, especially if there is a nde of two;
or three miles I have experimented in :
a..ou3 ul.., we may nave our am -
uvi w,o.. s possioie aiter getting
uome, or ibuii oue oc ir ins 10 iiein nimseu
whlc" can- m"ch confusion and spoils
he raeal- . 1 find that by leaving the tea
T-etflfl tha Blnri fill 1!
v. i..., nimaui-
nc mi-, mc water m in a conaition to
lil ,.;l-lir A ,1
; mV SZ;
.. .-i . , . .
oyster-soup, wnicn reouires out a lew
-. . , . , . . . . ,
".6""- '"I"" -r-
dy to warm over. Often meat is
YwaltAi-1 rW VoaQTarl nil Cl4llmr1nas w..1- 1
5 '"a.. Z: "--a,J, X I
. rensnss wen com. A nee nuadinp-.
i :.i i. i i e. . . "
I 'fce 'tl, , SKI" VeD'
fe c eam
m1 Lis Ina; and D7aMHiln
wooti nving is saia to cause ayspepsj
r.ll-- ? .
out tne most neaitny people we cave
ever known have been anion? those
i i i ,, .
no uvea wen wno ate ireely several
times a day of the most nutritious food.
By some it is said that tobacco, snufl, tea,
. , ... 1 . . '
coffee, butter, and even bread cause this
enmt.hiint l.nf ixrl.rkAi.Av -:il mn1-A
'- -----'- . ' . . ..r . . II 111 UltlkC I X
quires on this subject throughout the
community will find that it is seldom
true. J n lact dyspepsia prevails, accord
ing lo my experience.altogether the most
among the teniperatcand careful among
those, who are careful as regards what
Ihcy eat and drink, and the labor thev
put upon the stomach, but exceedingly
careless how much labor they put upon
that most delicate orfran. the brain. Such
pcple often eat nothing but by the ad-
vice of the doctor, or some treatise on
dyspepsia, or by weight ; nor drink any-:
ny, tnen, arc they dyspeptic ? Be-
cause, witu an their caretulness, they !
P;iy no attention to the excitement of j
the brain. They continue to write two j
or three sermons or essays every week,!
beside reading a volume or two, with j
magazines, reviews, newspapers, etc., and j
attenoing ro mucn ou.er ousincss caicu-
lated to excite the mind. It is not
strange that, such persons have anv
blood to the head, and therefore other
organs arc weakened, and morbid sensi
bility is produced, which renders the
stomach naoie to derangement irom very
'jtr of Cos s.
I i...v-o L-ci.t cvw for tJm lu-t tw-r.nr
five years for the production of milk for I
" .. w . . . - !
Baniror market. 1 rrive to the heuer at I
two vears old, one month before calving,
one quart of corn-meal and two quarts
of shorts ner dav. that she niav be more
, n tjiioritt in-i uay, iitut auc inn y ins more t
fi.llv riPveWd. I do this to all mv i
mu-V tnth old and vounir. varrin
feed according to the age of the cow
consider it Ten- important that the
or heifer calve with a nice, full bag. The
heifer must be taught to stand still and
give down her milk. Keep her calf and
et ,t SUck, and milk her at the same
t ;ma - then take calf awav as soon as the
heifer is drv, that she may not injure
the teats orbag. When I wish to take
im off, she will stand still and give her
milk freelv ; always using gentle treat- i
ment that she mar not be made fractious. I
I then give her grain until she comes to
erass. and we have a pefect little cow '
corn fodder, or hay witn some grain. I
rotators fed in any considerable quantity i
... ciiica-eu rnaue de the productive
i li "i ' : -&" s T . country, he not only has
r-4 Mil v nve-rn urtii rxr n poqui n v oni tntiin 1 .
; . mm mruji is reauy 10 put in tne oven :..z
i tv will produce garget. hen I :aitbtui guardians were in pussy s maw.
' wish for the heifer to go dry I used to be ao tried that I should have
il take off her grain; theu, as i been resigned to the dispensation ol
the heifer grows older, I increase her : Providence it I bad heard some morning
eed, adding a little cotton seed meal. ! that the cats were eating the men in
! My older cow, or those that I give full j step.d of th birds. It would certainly
feeit, I give Uireo quarU toru-meai and j
two quart of cotton-aeeel weal per dar. I
with gvl early-cut upland hay. It
makes four Rallona per day ditterrnce '
with eight fall and winter cowi which. I
am feeding now whether the cotton seed
is put on or taken off. It is a very
nutritious food, and should not be fed
alone. . !
When my cows go to pasture tbey are ;
in ood condition, their old coats all gone,
ami rnpr ji rn rpnnv ki iiu is tw ouu- t
mer'swork. I take away their gram
gradually as the grass increases until
they are ftillv to oras9. If my COWS
l..Jl T-i .1 .!. 1,,la.cmim
hav. which sets them all right in a few
days. At this Beason of the year my
cows are inclined to rub themselves a
good deal. I take a fine card (a common
wool card I think the best) and card
them everv'day ; they look very grate
ful, and it pays well tor the trouDie. ine
floor they stand on is four feet and eight
inches in length, with five inches drop ;
they lie dry and clean. I do not allow
my men. to be rough with them while
watering or feeding. I milk a? nearly
as possible at the same hour night and
morning; and milk with the thumb
under the fore-finger, the right band on
the right forward xeat and the left hand
on the left hind teat, and reverse. I
never allow mvself or man
to strip with
rtor thV cow
the thumb and fincpr. After the COW
- i -,i c i t :ii : .1 1
minutes to the cow. We never speaK to
each other while sitting at the cow. I
dislike a noise while milking.-
Smith, in Maine Fanner.
Ono or the Farmer's Advantage.
I.-Jl ' 11 1A .
joiuiog is so oau mai it migui not i
be worse, and farmincr is not entirely
1 wanting iu advantages.
: Hfnn'rins I n.. n A 1 (Uaii K Z
I requires ol 1
( 1 1
! hard service i
anU QOeS not rewara tnem
largely, vet it dees not play them fifiv
; A !
tricks, its rewards are comparatively
certain. It illustrates finely the bns'i -
the greater the profit the
greater the rist." He, ot course, do
not mean to say that farmers always get
.rood ""ops and never lose any money,
They have often to submit to bad sea -
aon3 and Nw
prices; and these misfor-
ies come in groups, one
; tunes sometimes
! followinir another in swift succession,
i But notwithstanding his liability to such ;
'. discouragement the larmer who owns his
hind is much less prone to bankruptcy
i than most otlier business men. Kven
I manufacturers, wno are also prouueers
i and who also have most of their capital
; investea in propenv as nxeu and un-
, changeable almost as land, are more in
: danger at all timesof financial rum than
; are farmers. The reason of this is not
; far to seek. First the manufacturer's
. . . r . .t ..nnt;nnn . 1 . ... I . .1 . . 1. 1
, , , .
; shops and machinery, though durable,
: are sua more uestructaoie tnan lanu.
j Then in the second place, the manufac -
; tnrer has to carry farge stocks ot raw
material in order to produce prontably ;
- ; wnereas tne larmer needs to nave on
; hand for future production onlv a wnail
1 Wanyityo ?ed. Finally, the coinpeti-
tionin ail orancnes 01 manutsctunno-13
! sharper than in farminrr: and manv
1 -1 w1 ftf man..fnr.l..ofl .va.wIs , T , . ,
, .UUn ..u.r Wi..i, n .
! tivro l.i.ie.ou Ira of, II in tl.o i.otnro r.f
v. . v. . . . ............ . . . .... . fcuv i'ului i .
11 1 fill. 1 .
: i- l' .:ii " iTut,
' 1"J,'UI""' " "V , r
; a 1 or very sparingly in times of finan -
: cial distress.
rist in farming becomes
even more apparent wnen compared with
. . . . . ,
: business of a speculative character than i
when compared with maniilartnnnr '
j The commission merchant, for instance,
; who alisorbs so large a portion of the
j price of agricultural products that the
, a v .. kwauv.va vfa vu.aaa ao iu.k Ct.fl.iii. ii
s paid lor nis labor he
. r"' ' "."i'. k uniiinv...,
! m?ke9 largt-fortnes- t how often he
. -musses making them! And the dry.
1 goods merchant and indeed, all trades -
; ""i w.,
liln , uun uimii uuviici lliirv mniic il
' . , i . i . . ,
uiciigri tuau i eiuLt. iiuiiS . jar
proportion of I'usiness failures among
farmers is small. Ot course, it is kept
small by the prudent manner of life
which they practice. But the compara -
! tive safety of their investments con
en more to keep it cow n.
thia Comparative safety Ot tllC
farmer's investments is one of his ad-
i vantages. And, when he is ; working
reapcu oy tne men oi tne city, ne migiit,
if W05u find consolation in reflect;
ing 0n this advanta e. It must, how- .
ever cfmfefiS.d that we have to pay 5
rather too much for our freedom from i
The rewards of other callinus are !
1 not m much more uncertain than the re-;
; wardg of A min., as to warrant their be
: ,,.u t. r. ;.. t
1 af?nrv, tha .mrn;n morr-Viunf ri.v
1, a . r.mmi-ssinn mprr-hiint'a rUV
; ' fnr in or, nf ti, rrm.A ri.v
w. . .....
" -r .r-r" "
ns tfl iustlv entit e him to a very much
i - e ...it....i
!"'- " aSi.vuin.il
Prod If the ,armer. make !he !
: proportion more eqilltaDie oy securmz
. i V: ir i ;.i n.: cr
; ior nimseu a larper Riiaieoi mrtc iruiiia, ;
! and vet not interiere or in anv wav im
industry of the
the ricrht to do
himself requires him
i A as
j force 0f this observation lies in
Ti er IIaiitloir.
A correspondent in Livingston, Iliin- i
a cutre puuuciu hi jjiius'
ois that t,,e r'antinf
1 croves and shelter-belts, and
or trees in i
mental purposes, has become very gener- '
ally in that country. Ten years ago 95 ;
pet cent, of the area of thc country was j
treeless : but now a farm without a grove t
' .. . i ;
is an exception to tne general ruie
1 ail Citcniiuil l mc gmtini iuii.
tii, it ,.. it,., nrrfcrnr-p fnrnrnfit
and ease of cultivation ; but elm, soft
i maple, willow, cottonwood, European
1 1 ' i-i..
larch and ash are common
. Avinie ever-
I tvmana qm -rwriTiiilar for ornnmpntl ttnr-
J ft ... v -w....... .... I
i poses, and occasionally are planted in
groves and shelter-belts.
lata In Aerlcullurr.
Mrs. Swisshelm gives a chapter in the
Pittsburrr Commercial on "Cats," that
entomlogists will not besfcw to appropri
ate to their vse in arguing the bird-insect
Question, fc-hesays: "If our agricultural
societies coula oucr premiums ior tne ;
. . m . i t
scalps of these domestic tigers mst as
counties used todofor those of their more
over the land, because the millions ot i
birds that should be on hand to eat them ;
as they come out of the ground have j
been destroyed by our pet tigers.
No one who has not paid attention to j
the subject can have any idea of thenum-1
ber of birds and birds' nests destroyed in '
one year bv one cat, ana to men. isa won-;
der that there are any birds left m the I
United States. To be sure, there are f metropolis where eight aged ministers are
very few. I have heard more bird songs j accommodated with comfortable rooms
here in Leipsic in the seven weeks I have j and an allowance of two hundred and
been here than I ever did in seven years j fifty dollars a year while they live. The
at home, and there I lived most of the j New York conference of the Methodist
time in the country, while here I am in j Episcopal church provided three or four
tbe city. Our street terminates abrupt- j such homes in the country for its old
ly on the confines of a garden, which j members a few years ago, but the depres
must embrace twenty acres, and sur- j sion of the times stopped the completion
rounded on three sides by high houses. of this enterprise. It is something that
Our block is the last on the street, and ;
our rooms nt thc end next to this garden,
t ' c II r . II a r-V. m Viknur 1
wnicn ia iuu oi tan trec pumwucij i
and flowers and pleasant waits,;
and I think there are more birds i
.- :. .1 ri u;n .nin Tnrlianu i
ii. Lunu wwu. . 1 1 w , . .- j ,
countv. Pennsvlvania. in which cur
wuni,, x,jV , r i
summer Home is situated, anu mum is u ;
very laree township, not less than twen-
r.vprv tamilv there but one Kteira cais t
ill. V .111 It. v..-. ..f '
.. J . ., . i T
and as a cat never touches a rat while it j
amuse the children anu caicu mis, i
can get a bird, or a nest of birds or eggs, I auaiwon w uie jrargiiDg u, are
and aa they can easily follow a bird to beginnmg to claim the Company a atten
i nest an'd cannot foUow a rat to jta i tion, and of their great success we have
hole, there are not many birds left wheu i a.8 little doubt aa we hare of their intnn
cata fall to ratehinrr rats. Nobody raises ! h'C merit.
fruit there except by accident. All the !
trees were decorated with caterpillar's '.
nests, ana tne last vear we were mere .
the worms attacked the elder bushes and :
sitting caressing cata, while the vrorms i
were aevouring- tneir crops, mcir ;
oe a great bichibj io tae wubut u n.e.v
would taat Uke a tata of anouh mem
bera ot agricultural tocietiea t wafce
them up so that they could see the havoc '
ttioiA emol trPHfiherOUS beaStS 01 prey,,
v . i:A. :
these unnatural, monstrous compmu"
of our children, We been making with
our torest songsiemiiuu .
X VfnaU frFrolt Trees.
The following. Is recommended by a j
by Prof. Cyrus Thomas: Sat en- j
logist of Illinois, and is part or a
of fruit grdwert. presided :
full report, embodying advice as to j
means of fighting the insects
that infest the orchards of that state :
" Insects and mildews injurious to the
leaves of seedlings and root grafts can be
tept in suDjectiou or aestrovea oy a nee
use oi a commnauon oi lime ana su.-, t t postage), a sample of Dob
phur. Take of quick or unslacked lime j , ufKfti'ltr. &nd at once,
four narts. and of common flour of sul- i y J
. i- - . . . , .
phur one part your pounds oi Pr
to one peck of hme) ; break up the lime
in smau wis, men mixing tne smpnur
with it in a tight vessel, (iron best),
on them enough boiling water to
the lime to a powder ; cover in the
vessel close as soon as the water is poured
on ; this makes also a most excellent
white-wash for orchard trees, and is very
1 ,w.ov- :
; " "l""" ifiVr Zt
! trees, to cover the wounds in the form of
paste when cutting away diseased
" : ,i :iJ, : i
J . nrev: :tfl maitr-1slu
i i . ii i i . i i j . ;
snouia Riways oe reauy aii iinuu ii
should be used quit fresh, as it would ;
in time become sulphate ol lime and so j
lose its potency. Wherever dusting with j
lime is spoken of this should be used
i lnia preparation should "be pprmkica
' AVfif i WAI1 Tt AT l Q II f 09 OiUn O U Af rffi TA
nnv trnnl.lA frnm anliidpR. thr m. nr mil-
uew occu rs, euriy m me .moriuiig wiiiic
' tne uW is n trees, inis lime anu 8U1-
phur combination is destructive to these
! pests in this way ; firstly, by giving off;
; sulphuric acid gas, which is deadly poison
; to n lituie nie, ooxn animai ana rungoiu,
! and the lime destroys by contact the
i same things, besides its presence is nox-
1 mus to them ; neither is it injurious to
i common vegetable life, except in excess,
' unless the hme to the foliage of ever -
: iist iMnni, are Made or.
The first sentence in Johnson's " How
; Crops Feed," reads as follows : "A mul-
. tituie of observations has demonstrated
: ii,of frrm t,;m.'.i;i- ninctr.nino
Mt ti, , :t. .f
. ... - - . v. i -
i ricuiturai riant3 u derived direetlv or
; indirectly from the atmosphere " Anc
tue game no doubt is true with a widei
; per for the ash consituents of arbo
i 3 .
I" 1 , . v . iuc mil i.uuiiucuiQ vi oi vr-
i rcal vesretation, to which, if not to agri-
: cuUural plant8 the pear tree wc.
: Keft-rrinsr again to one of Prof. Johnson's
j worki IIow Crop Grows." for an
a(.count of these matters not derived
; from thc atmos
ment pane 38 li The cinpounds that
i the pat- niust derive from the Boil, are
1 " e 1 j., .1. t . i
i il:i a Vi r.
..... - . .
; t,ie atmosphere. Leaving out of view
. r. 1 . .. .. ...
: 'r l"c. l'-L iuob iiiuti.-rp vwiicn,
ii tj- tne t) rf-
i thouab. lound in the plant, appear to be
! unegtial to its crowth. the roots ab-
. riiriai,i,atM nitrite onrl rMnri.u i
;,..(o:i. t;.., j :
! A "p " farm-
j What farmer is there who could not
j a d rewar(1 from a few shee on
J llio farm Tito i-nlativ-A rrr.tr. w frr.o-.i-
V' " . r ' b.
trr-.m o cmg I Hrr-lr tlion n gr.va nnr. Tho
irnm a Pnlaii floct tuan a large one. The
j farm,.r who rai?es in noatter how
; f Li3 aore3 lnayrbe, niust find them
; almost indiirusi4. 'There is always a
; o!mf)st mdisnensible. Ihere is alwav
. nr..,,.. 4.e them onmoir horr. onrl
; vv iiii . xvi ' " ...... i . . , . .inj
svr.Yii.i- t.f t hem QAmon-horn n tw 1 thaw
consume and turn into monev fool that
! otherwise would waste. This line of
i stock-brecding can be more profitably
, rursued, in our opinion, in this state
; ,,n fltlip, vft have no rirrnro.i,
- . - .;nt - i, n.r,nir,-r,rrvn.;r.
; shelters, and a larce accumulation of for-
! 0 f,r n winter' sur.r.lv for tnr.V lint
i ,i ,- Aor.,nr,A ti.r. ci,cr. rin f
i quire shclter and proper care, for expe-
rience na3 9ll0wn to tne contrary. Ar-
i t.yie,.a vint n.nnnr
kanHtg tate G'an-
it Fieo I'le&s.
Just about these days it is not only
natural but highly appropriate when
two men meet to have a word or two on
i the political situation. Therefore when
- . , , .
a man boarded
a Woodward avenue car
Rt down besides a keen-
i 1 1
. ;,.i ,i ,,.i
looking old gentleman it was all riaht for ;
him to ask : t
" Weil, how's Indiana ?"
"What in thunder do I know about
Indiana !" shouted the old man. " I
never lived there I was never in the
"It's going to le pretty close, I
guess," remarked the man, though seem
ing less interested than before.
" What's going to be close," yelled the
" The election."
" What election ?"
" Why, the state election."
" What do I know about stale election
in Indiana?" cried the old man. " Who
do you take me for, sir?"
" Why, I thought everybody knew
there was to be a state election in Indi
ana to-morrow," humbly observed the
What business had vou to think so.
,1 , "
! sir .' J o you supposeall the rest of man
j k'na thinks as you do? Do you run
j tins wnoie country 1
i ' iirpr mind " r,l-iuAri-arl tli
. .. w.
. 1. . . 1 . 1 1. . .it . - . 1 . 1
e man, as
: he settleu Dact 1 dllin t
, , . . . . . . . . , ,
: "' an imt-nowiu umLa.
! not thc shadow of a right, sir ! Suppose
j I should get into a car and ask you how
j Indiana was? How quick you would
I knock me down, sir!"
j " No, I wouldn't."
; " Then I'm a liar, am I ?" shouted the
oiu man, trying to pun on ma oveicoat.
j There would have been a row had not
old man, trying to pull off his oveicoat.
. hu nthcr man hnrriaH rxit r r r- rha i.ik
Taking face of Them
horse which has served his master faith-
tuny tor twenty or twenty-live years is
better cared for in his old age than a
minister who has served the church for
forty or fifty year-. He is left to scratch
ior himself, and beg or die is often the
alternative. The English Baptists have
just proviuea iour semi-aetacnea nouses
in one of the healthiest districts of the
all the churches and denominations oucbt
to look out for
. The Christian Leader (IS . .) in speak
mg of Jlerchant s Garzunrr Oil. navs
(i , T . . . . . , r ... ,
!. Mr- IIo?ge is a gentleman of liberal
tfls., nnJ pxrUPrrf. inAmmt BnA ih.
, V . i
C.arg in? Oil Company, under his thor-
&hlZ .dicous direction, has become
.v. .v...fev. .. w
rr - rnn tnat. cmtnet tho minrmrcm riiiii u
?.f frtte. Other medicinal special-;
- . , t
' Consumption Cured.
au old .Physician, refren irom active prae-
t;oe, haviog had placed in bis bands by an
H.U-.L 1 1 1 1 1 M .il i u t . v Luis lurniu s nr h Rim.
getable Remedy, for the speedy and
inauent cu?e of Consumption. Bronchitis. !
. . 1. -. 1 . . r. -1 A11 TI . A i r
flections, alo a poitive aod Radical Cure
for xcrvou Debility and all Nervous Coia-
plaints, after having thorongijy tested its
wonderful cur-itive powers in thousands of
cases, feels it his duty to make it known fo
his suffering fellows." Actuated bv this mo
tive, and a conscientious tlesire to relieve j
1 m 1 1 m II auurriux, .c ".nmnnirtrill rnarrj j
. i i . j : it V. : n . : . - -. i r . . i .- i
to all who desire it. this rcciue. with foil di- f
rrlr.i..f..rr.rpr.ariniriinrt nr-pef..ll ni., i
Seiit by rarttrn iaa:l by ad.trt?s-)n? with
etarop, ncrainfc this paper, Dr. W. C. Sterem,
126 Powers' Block, -Rochester X.
' Pimei.es on the face, rough skin, chap-
. ,.v.,m .nH alTntAnnna af.
nea nana, mmuciu" . r .
tf n, curef the skin maae oit ana
oth ,y the use of Juniper Tar Soap.
Ttlat. bm. S.w" k. relied on.
lorK, is me ouiy .
! as mere are mnoj
J common tar. which are worthless.
there are many nm""""-!
a ficr r rhrnnif! rheumatism of un
mf- 5 i " t. upon the breast of
A large buncu , -rt of the
breast bone. Used internally and external j.
At our request, Cragin & Co., of Phil
adelphia, Pa., have promised to send any
f d - tfs (on recei t of 15
TnE gweetest word3 in otir language is
; health At thc firfit indication of disease,
i nge well-known and approved remedies, i
j For dyspepsia or indigestion, use Parson's';
i Purgative Pills. Tor coughs, colris, sore or j
i lame stomach, use Johnson's Anodyne Lini-
j Million's of bottles of Burnett
COCOA IN E have been sold during the last
twenty veais, and the public have rendered 5
- . , , . .. . t . , , ..
" i-. 6 ;
FoETfXES for Af.L. Agents wanted
Address Bullion Mining Co., lTCBfoad'y N.Y.
CUll.l.S, CHILLS Wintcrsniith's Tonic Sy- i
rup or improved (.'hill Cure, is a eertsio remedy foT .
every form of Fcvtrsnd Ague, lis snimriority over
all other remedies is hi the fart that the cure is a
permanent one in t,fttu.irnen oroKen.acts not return.
. wtlTe to iie tak(.u wilh i( . the mMit .ine ac.
' t i nrr ffent 1 V Htll ft'lf4H ,V lirUin th I i ror on.) Uaala
enecvuimy ra..is . WI tnoaiseasp. not
: quinine, hoia by ull Liruists-
; a rrui:T rm or jioxtv
amounts to lutie when uenitii is gone. To euiur
j life, a good apatite, sound digestion and elastic
llmos, tate ima rills men, il you are foor,
yon win ne nsppy ; u rien, you ean enj..y you
money, iiu jrrtigKiMS Keep ineia.
IXV.tLin PENSIONS vREAsrl.
! SKiVr!;", 'XXl I.HxUVvvXVi
; f r citt!in, Fteiit-,LniiTitief, WMtiiinktoa, u. .
! Bacon-Clear Sides
d tisy Jiest,
Buckwheat, W bnsb...
Wheat Ked and Amber..
' Hav Timothy
Pork Mesa ..
; Racon Clear 6ules
j Potatoes frtMh, p bhl...
I Ordinary ,
! Flour .. t A 9
! 5fi "
! Z?: 17 f2
.-l (.Hi rr-.
! r . 1
j Mess Pork
ssnjt,) Aets. Sample free H. Allrt. Boston, Ms
OR kaITS. rt.-.. drawa by tfisrhlatrr. asps.stas 1,7 msk
Ms. Ai.u wasIcJ. SuiltlcesiMj-S Wrj C., rni..f tm.
I a"Operiii"nihs.-lliiiTtlieIillrkrve,-'lHli..nery. k'l?
j ' l.r..I.... i Novelties. UiKkejeNov-lty o. Cincin ll.
AGENTS f l?rJ ,- Chron.os FKEK.
j 2' orxriT mrn ii..t i,snce vet. writ
j ?atOnce. COLLINS, C0.,l li,il.,i, 1'la.e N.Y.
j OH a weetsalaryg,,arar.lee.ltoina!effcranlp. Send
j iUoipiotrircuUrs. K.M. Ewline. Iiidiauap s.Ir..!
s a a .. Asenrs. S.ininle l.-e
iTH atalosu,!- L.l'LKTl'll Kit. 1 1 li. v ,
CHI 8 Dar- EiDPloyraont for all. ("hroiuoi Novoltv
: 4J I U Catalogue free.FcJtcri 4 Co., 119 X,i3s:'tt l.,.i
"Vfll VPR?." hn' 7Ht.vl.-.- III. Cul.t.:,.
ul" a.n EsTrui; Ut-x w obkk, t'hicMff..', III.
CKK' G,yy Week to Atrents. Saiiii.lcs Free.
OOUZOi I P.O. VICKErtV. Augusta, Mo.
Stn ri r)iT.
1IOWTKM KV.1T. fr.mrthiufff-t
. COC, YOXtiEs ft..W.f.uiii.Jf.
iP.l-st l'a li.r'st'opyir.s House, K.n ln-ster.X.V. j
AEXTi ror 400 Papers V .MnsrnzlneH ';
WASTkB. :. W. Ik-nnett, J. n. iiitt, yuiiu y, Mich. ;
CI C fflP C C A,'"t, Mumiiioth Catalogue free. F.
4IU WJl h3 Nasos 4 Co., Ill Nassan bl., S. Y. :
infin Jtrmt Koielllrs. Trlrks. tlsmrs,
JJJ I'opnlar ll.-'oks.etc. Send stamp tor Cuta- ;
lojiue, apoak It Co., I'.oz 1749, l'oitomt-c.N. w Vork. .
' v'pi'tlywhh Steacil an.i KeyCheck
ts. I HtHlo?ne aun samples r Itht.
A W I.' V If Male or Kemnl... No capi
U XX. W SUXjIX tsl. We cive steady work
that wilt lirinc you ?' s month at hi.in.'.lny orev'g.
I.MTEsri us' I'mon. I7:t ;r..eni h St.. .Sew Vork.
..,.. .! f,.r K.-,
1 "J . '-II-..
1! n.lr -
free. J. 11. ill. i J
If you want the best selling article
In the world ..dasolid -old patent
lerer watch, fr. of ecu. write at
J. HK1JJE A CO.. 1fi.3 Broadway.N. Y.
TlflfiC "I? AC K A f Jl isir. lull
ll.irir.i 1 atnloeiiesfreel.ynii.il.
BOOHDV A 0..3 Kast 14th Street, New Vork.
lars of our new hook
A ItHi la I I'on'tensae-e ti
D.UUIM.V. Anchor Fublisl
ill yon have seen them
hiiiKl'o., St. l.o. lis, Mo
I If anted Ag'ts can easily make S10 per day srlline
VI oiar new article. Apply early Ior eiu ice territory
The Lion Fever and Aiie Co.. 11 llroadway, i. Y.
Ml a eek to Atrents. Cnmethlnrr entirely
.. new and liiiiKOthcert. Send f..r Ii.crif.tive
. i.llllofflie. 11 r. 1 1 .1 Mr A III., Pll l.l.h'-rs ol
?l:l.oliic Works. T3I Hn..iway. ,e.v V,,rk.
month. hotel and travelincexpcnseh paid
r nninmrn. .o -i iiiiiinir. Art. ress
Mcnitcr Maiiiirn Co., rim innati. Ohio.
WATCH KS. A (irent Sensation. Sumj.iV
li'nrcA anil Ovttlt rrss to Arnta. Better than
Address A. 4'4r-t I.T:li k .. Jhi-iL-o.
-if one li. A rent wanted. Ha best sol!!n
Ies in the world. ie saninle free. Ad
rwiiAV HKO.INtCM. Detroit. Mich.
i-nd a. rnt to trrnr iiAinni4 nnl
Azftry of popular .12-'n(r Almanac.
rilATT BUS Marlltori-. Mahh,
HABIT C'l'KKD AT HOME
No btihlii-ity. Tini nhort
tfriiii ni't'l'THto. l,(m(j tftKtinio
niaU. Describe case. Dr. K. K. AIarh, (Jnincy, Mich
We w ill tart yon in a tuiii' you ran
nirikf u wf'h itJiofif rn pi till.
yiff f'KT'T7XT and r-ppt !!! for fit!iT ki'k. u t s tr
KIDDER'S PASTILLES tlmalL. StowvllrkCo, i
en SAVED -y luyingthe "Brio."
J U 1 be rk-st ( low
pii.-fd ) -SewiiiK w-hine J
xnulMr-tui.l. s.'itfl for t'ir.'iila
IV. J'. DISH Ac CO.
filin (fllfinn invent in WallSt. Stork, make.
Hllll'JSII II I fortuiici-verv month. Il.x.k fnt
U)1UU1UUU rrrr-xrlainiiiis -v.-rytl.ina.
Sr.n.1 for f irrn'm lo
VlTinuT ff MIRUT DSraol.inrrnTi II I!
. ; . j
.miuui uiuuuui, n twiiiiigwui.i'. w. i
1 , J
AS 1'.U.-...N ol or.l.nkrv intlliL'..!!. r-Mn r:.rri a
livinir l.ji rnHii.K lor Ti.. liiutraK-.l . W--kly.
F.i rwr:enri im not tit-rOKMrv thf onlv rooMirotr" l.e-
ing, in nil arfii iusinr-m. Iiiln'rriinrf wr
i gy. Seiol for i'rti. i.Iirs A.l.lrs I ruw. !
j i Co., 14 Wmrren St.. X-w Vore.
A BOOK for the MILLION.
v r ? m m fiifiAr A 40 navf t amrfi.'t oh -
WitU UAL KUV UC i.riC:hr.-rJ I..'.. n.-.. C..-
;,iK . .. K...o.r. ouiam llMbit, kcbtX T FHtfc nct-.i
i)r. buao lMrxcnfrT No. 1.'
. 8Unt.t:t.Louui. M
. "iuk.r' pmrmllre"
kJ L U Va iV iu krpwt '"J'ir""'1
r v. . . i . . r m 1-Mrrf.l mwm
.Chr-mis-i. 12 Miik Str;r. Boston.?!,,,.
aThi. rtnr.. the work re: f tly. ider can bo roado
mm nice tii.mi-.
7 . . . Hi,ta
Mni.it.lr (apt. fnvrr ynvrr. It) I'rnla.
Kn-.d I, lol li, alia innniioa. IJJ
run 4 CI Tlirhoireetln the world Import.
1 -EJ.TV O.er prlr-i.rii.t .company ia Aru
arte aiaple article p-oaee e-rei w: y i.'m ton
hr-rtlr.do"n.ent fln't wat tine-Dd fSrt 'lrrii- j
lar trKoj 1 Wel)t.4.VcbSt...N. ..I'.o.Box S7
? 3 75 8 0
1 10 1 Yl
47 43 or
n m J) zv tn.i
100 (., 1 15
1 75 (dl 3 00
oo ra 5 go
1 75 (4 3 00
1 13 Tea 1 15
i-i ... V ami p;
1 75 (j 2 00
1 75 ri 2 00
t 75 (fi 2 00
$ 3 25 (3 6 75
1 00 (a) 1 05 . &
' vu ii; iu uo jzlr
I.l .Ml fr;l 1 jay
1 C5 j
1 00 I 10 ' B
to mi i I
LOl lS. i H
$ 5 25 & 5 50 ! S
1 16 (at 1 16' Gj
40 4H4 gj
S' (V$ jj
i: or 17 ro u
12 f?a 11)4 d
:. 1 CO 1 li . ji
MEKXDEN CUTLERY CO.
C TH "FATXltT lTOf HAWDt-B TAJIW KXU. Zj
MANUFACTURE ArSvT IoB'V',or
Male by ono Afrent In C7 days. 13 new
Q U V. M. LIN
pies free. AH'iri
- SD art rtnrokIe Vmm.
KJVrs7..- - a, telnworn, says: I trail-
""'"i- " Vitikk-s siii"nc
sons mns iirtn. -
7f. STROM' SANATIVE FILLS,
: IUl. niv " a rt .
Te.ted by " Quaiter W a UeilXTlTV,
I rarial rr, I'l""1.''" :. i.i. .
sriai ..iii ,.lthr action to tne
Stomach and T,rl": 'Lei H EliEIWUEKi.
Liver ; purify the Blood. WLUH"1""
"tTaGENTS WANTtO TOR HISTORY
: "QeV 'A1
Send yonr addrest eostal cartt l-r circniar- ue.
il,ii.gT..II-n.l Tre II 7""' "fjl" i " V 7"
One simple movement at each draft "ft1.""" j J
aioss winht, dedlirts tlie eluht f baske t, ! I di t Ii -net
smoiTnif. and fhons total net. toll n.Pr J
part " pimple, cheap, dnral.lo and acciir.t. Be.t
Southern reler.-iicer fc-ie'i. Adores
V. L. It. HL 'l f, Pilot l'oiii!,TK. or St. I-ouis, ."Ho.
A n.TvTKRS m'l'r.'l ftlVTTiMCl
m avpasssiw ti-wrtap: sn.i-W
ntd tHIp fail ai.d
ip! snil-ieoi iei J---..r
to tiic farmrr. In their own coa.ili.'i. Jtuiinr-ii p!es"nl, prw-
lilfKood. l-arti( U.r. fi. t. onrll. KU lu., jio.
1 UkoiEve- v Honsrhold Mmnld Kftp at liana
r' II A i-ai-eine.lv toeiire without ralliu th" d." -:
II HUl ,r. ('ulajs.t.'oiislisand Consumption prevails
i in nlnioKt every tantilv. ALLK M'M Eil'WtJ
R4.LSAM will eure the eol-ls auu i'oiik'is pre-
"AH A N 'ilfffiro. 4 1T IT AS, M, WMtT AW.
It Uhsrminsls Ihemnsl rteliewte- ehllrt.
teenlaliu o 0lma In Any f orm.
Pirel li...!" ! -..ll.im eH.-h le.tlle. 1 1 is Sold t'all
1 druccists and medieiue dealers.
Potter's American Monthly,
rn Oftft li.LVSTR.TrD-, IVst Familv MaRS7lne In
nil lilill '' ''inry, Ht M fur H77. ". r.. pies one
iUiUwU yi-arfi.r SI.".; Hi copies for 2.'.; si n.pis
lorff si, Hll.l s ropy oi roiirr
KnrjrrloprWIa, quarto, 3,.i Ilhi'tiH
li.. i... l i it. M'.. niven to Ins person srn.t-
thfsclub. t'urtali-at all Nt-wsstan-ls,
81.-nts a niiiiit-r. Spiinl triu to
eoiit". J . K. I'OTTkD A t o., 1'hlla. I'a.
IIITK'TIl' VIWIll'V ofvalns to ovory Lot, Kirl.
AUI Mill iVl.UI Lli.l youiiR Udy or Kcotli-iimii
sf nt on rcf-.'fr-f of S-ront stamp. Agfiit't Outlit,
15 cuts. EKsEsT M ART, Kliwlrr, V.
Thr Rrsl TrriM without
j : J
STl V,, 1. .. ... I... ,.B1,n u rr.
ptURf .-J f.n'n radl- alrnre i.nt miar-
B r-J5-'5S'' anteo o a roNiniriaiiii'.
cure Hlirl sstl-fs.-tory appll-am--.
lis trill bark
fall nrlrs for all that h tint
nit. rri. -.iKllil,''Mt,,(i; forlM.thsidw.fctt. S.-ut
l.v mail, post-pairl, on receipt ol price. M. II. 1 his
Tru" will riire no. re li.ipturm thsil anyof thwse t..r
w hirh extlTivHffaiit rliitins sre made. Circulars fre.
am: rr Trun t o.. 7441 lin.silsft) , New Vork.
Du sincsit CollcJ
Tfce most 0fmptrt' in n.rrir
p-y PunionlHrl Trrr.
lt!SCJtllliil ASU ll-LLHTUATfJU.
A grspl.1.- ppi'-pirtnrs of Its history. Brand hnil.l
iiics. won-l'Tfnl es hi hits, -tiri it . K"".it .lv,tr.
I'lofiiwlv illustnitfd. Ihnrrmghlu popular, and v-ry
)i-sp. 1... iii.meiiM-lv. K.OOtt Aannls wnnti'd.
Sond fur lull particnlnrs. This n ill he the .-l.sni en
. ururs tocoiii money fast. ;.-t tho only relial.lr Ins
tory. lit Km Hk..-.. 1'nl.s.. 114 West loiirtli St.,
f .m inl.uti. O. C'AI'TION Be u.t deceived l.y fle
msliire hooks, nsonmin? to ls ofllrial." and t.-llinc
what will happen iu Aufuat and -plui,r.
For (be Celebrated MetnllK Kprlna
lltr-.H" free from MK.I IU's. It 1
niH.te entirely of Metal ; has 72 spiral steel
springs; verv llht ; easily bandied ; will last
forever: warranted to please or no sale: can
ship at low rate of freight ; ink your furni
ture dealer for it, and taka n other, or send
direct to us for catalogue Rivinir lull infomia
tiou. It is decidedly the best Bd fcprliiK
iu use. J-'itch A Lihdsky, manufacturers.
Buy 1 " Tickets
T lwrseiay, lyTov. QOtll;
OR MOXKV BMTSUEP.
Frtiin for only sHlt5!
The Kentucky Casta Distribution Co.
Authorized l.y a spe.-ial art of the Kentiit kv Leir.;-!.-!
tore, fur II. l--ii. rit ol lhe lnrltr Nehnula ul
l-'rnnli fori, will I.bvm the lir.,! ,,!' th.-.r m-ri.-s ol
;i-HiiU lirimines at JUor ffinll. In the It.r of
I'raiikfiM-l, I'l. in... lay. Kov.2i. on u hith
o(-i-:ision they will diatril'lile to Die ticket Jinhlers
tliellllla.-.i-e swill of
Thos. P. Porter, ex-Oov. Ky., Oen'l Manager.
LIST OK (HITS.
One Grand fa li Gift tW ,no
fine (iranrl Cash iift rW),tsi
One lirand C lash fiift 2.".,0(IO
One Grand Ca-h Gift au.oorj
One Grand fash Gift 10,wm
One Grand fash Gift S.OOO
RO fash Gif- of (l,Ms) each M,(sj
100 fash fiifls of 600 each IWi.BOf.
100 Cash Gifts of 400 each 4(1,000
100 fssh Gifts of S00 each So.ooo
200 Cash fiifU of liOO ea h 40,00
600 Cash Gifts of 100 each fiO.000
10,000 fash Gifts cf 12 each l-'O.o;
Total, ll.l.W Gifts, All Cash GOO.OuO
PRICE OF TICKETS.
II hole Tickets, 12 dollar; Halves, dollars : Quar
tern, .1 ilollurs; V Ti.-kels, Hat rlolUra; 27 Tlckeis,
lo il.ill.irs ; Tickets, f, rloilnrs; Tickets,
l,n.o .li'lisls; Iia'.lliHl Tickets at 12 dollars each.
The Honorat.le K. II. Taylor. Mayor of Frankfort,
lln.ii.im H. i nl rif t'itv I .ii.nriitnen thf. lion. Alrin
iMivall. late hief Justice ;X Kentucky, and otlo i
,li.ii,iiillie,l citizens, toeether with such other dis-
' interested persons as Ilie ticket holders present msy
dcirriiate. will superintend the drawing.
; The .tiyinnt of aifts to owners of prize ticket Is
assured. A hond, with heny pnalty and approved
i security, has hecn execnted to tlie Commonwealth ol
; Kentucky, which is now on record In Clerk's Urtice
; of County Court at Frankfort, uiijrt U inpt..n nf
I am one. This is it new fenture, and will aiolutel)
' se.-iire the payment of ffifrrt.
! Kemittiuices can tm msile l.y Kxaress, llrsi:, is.!
! Oth.-e Moiiev tird.-ror Kecist.-r.-d Letter, n.a.io ay
ahle to K-mm-Ii.t Canh Itlstrlbul Ion Co.
All coniniunicstioiis. or-lers for Ticket and sppli
; cations for Agencies should be addressed lo
HON. THUS. I". I'OKTKR, Oen'l .Muniiccr.
Or to . IV. BARROW CO., I.Vn'l .rrn
AttttM. ;iu llroadway, Sew Vork.
MASON & HAMLIN
Unanimously Assigned the
SP.VF.R AT. "RKOITTSTTFIS"
Ul OUUll IMbirUMICf I IDi
"tUcW d-n..'-.I worthy .'.f ren
M KIA I.S iK Kot" A h M KKIT hvo U .
, l!i..t il
niH.i Hortnr oi rrroKiuiii...
1 l-CB.v lor ninny nmlifru to n.ivtri i-.- mi no-y
r ninny nik-ri to mlvtn i-
liaf. r--riv'-'l "lilt:!""' iii-ih. " "
Jl lt;l- ItKP'iHT ONLY, tlmt l-omM-tinir :.rti.-l.-
aroainnH ll..ir roiiimrli'. rank io .-.-.-Hiu
I rom Iliwif-Ir'-port" tlie lollowin i n-trart :
TUF M so.V II IM 1.1 OKOAN l ii.'M fhil.it
"-.. t..B im0 i.. ....
1 7'fir V.1.W.V A- iiAMi.i.i ".'r.j. 't,e
time dtclnrea i jt-i-m aa.a , ... rr
frrri Tfrptct only, but i ALL the. DlPOIl-
TAS'f QUALITIES of tuck h,tt,u,ncnt;
a'xi thry art the O SLY oryotm aMtpirl thia
Tliif triunii'h ira Dot iinexi-r-ted, for tbe Miwon A
Hamlin t. a binft Orsranal.ave uniform ly b(.en arde.l
the hiKhr-flt boiiorn in competition!. In America, there
hav-ins been ecarr-oiy six exropriona in hnnriid, of
conntiti -n. They were awarded If IftHEsT HON.
UK., nnd flrst mediile-PA K IS. leT: V'ltN-NA. l7:i;
S.NTIA;0. l7i; PIIII.ADF.M'UIA. l7e; and bav
thin Wn awardrd liihet honors at ererv World a
Exposition at whi. li tb-y bare beeo exhibited i belrif
the only American orirana whira have eer ot.t uned
any aard at aoy oujp.-titiori wjrD nent Lurnneaa
makari, or ia aor 1
y l.ui"( IW l,pv.i.u;u :
Ini.ir.t cn haviB
Maoi A Uamus 0.vt: do
not take aoy other.
reaierfl offn rerommend inl.
rtor itrffana IKhUM tney are pma lursr touimieeiona
for aelin.K them.
NEW STVI.KS, with EXTENTKP TOPS, rarrele
sunt end other InipmvenienU, exhlbite.1 at the
I'i'NTlNM V1-' elr-rant new eoe In ureal yariety.
Pr'ii-. i.r lowet o,nitent with beet material and
workmaualiip. Orxena aold for raah or inatallmema,
or rei.te.l iiuiil rent p,ya. krery organ warrantrvl
to Slve entire, eati-'a. tion to ;"rrf 7al Cvr-ct,'-r
"J mou"f tetuiue-l. ILLLSIIlAla,l 0ATA
LUOt IS aetit frM,
MASOX HAM1I3 OR9AS C0.-ll Tr t
tr.-et, Boatou: U3 Tnloa Saanro, 5w York: HO
and Adauia Street, rhk-agu.
aui i . a
l of Hri-i l renii ""'I Hiirmotinini ho- ir.-tr.im.-i.la
V j L- I ia,.. fx : SMiothlirM mJ fUnl Jirrit.j ion of
I ton- mi.m of cxrrnfi.n- nnonanrc hikI -iit,iiff
j niiMliiy fn'"'!"" nil niiirkiM of tion of kyw nml
i . ii ... u itti f noriiiiL'iii res "i w m n mil iisn 1 1. riiiii.
, -.. nm p. ,
THE I.KI;i:i IxalarM' 4(J-oi,;niri
liaiK-r.alil) 'ilii tl,liiiniliiii ly jirl ti tl
roiituiiitiigr ovrrj' irrck thuU-e I'oinjilfl
tl sltirics, fin inf alliiM-nt ofan inlrrst
lnjr llliistrattJ Hcriul, anil ire no nil rend
Ing Tor old anil yoiin.
Send yoiur namo anii addreeii. plainly
written, inclosiiis ONE DOLLAll. with
fifteen cents for poatnge, au.t we will
end the paper to you for one year.
Tarrant's Stltzcr mrrl
rurf T" mnkn lhe miff'rr from n mtil ' (I tI -f
riKWri Ha eoRwcr ; It m ill i i:ioi- 1t tti th" ry-t in
th nrtivp raiiK of um-t oMh" Iimim4 h it nt fl U m
hir to. ft won't MH'n'i n lirol'ffi I in ti. nor cl a
Ifiillct holf ; loit it nifty !. pn.lniil h' I in I -rjr
tiinrH. It will fn no tw nhy ti rtn. l-i't
niav i'o mu li cocjd. 't ry it , imi 1 1 t won t siut
HOLD BY ALL VllVWilfiT.
NKW WJUXUX Ae til IUIM
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Sr-nil Postal Card for Uluatratrd J'rir; Lift, 4c.
"NVilU-ox X: fiibbs S. M. Co.,
(Cor. Bund 8t.) 038 UioUay, v Yurie.
V. BUKN HAM'S
IlaadiNplneeel bumliMia of oilier
lurbinew. but lix never been
lteirll.lnr--4l. t'atui.lili'i due.
N. V. bClUMlAM, Yuuk. I t.
worlil Sfii.l for
our Auger boot. V. b . Auger Co.. ht. Louit.Mo.
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X. V'"" "J1 mmw
tat this ir&ier.
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hlilagKcat. Cut f. r.l tu-iHi.
MI.-C it u-'-i
aartflileailikiwaj. lln-r tininl be w rat.-lt.-rl. lire
1.1 luumtm tlioo 6.e p. - T ct. Imimi .-.I fni...
bMvlrl. ru.trmld 1'rund t'.'liiru,. uelru t:"V
wml free to any adr-.w Sl-t"' - - Ir t-T
etmrrtrat9l.lt. IaK-iII p t ptf--iaa, itt
fret, lira au4 SeeaaiL; Letteri-a, tj.
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