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CAIXJED BT THK A.MKJL.
Tbe fanner'" wife Is sitting alona
To the dusk of m winter's dayv
WMle or tba hill tb abadowf, fall,
and orar the meadows irray.
And the cares ol many a busy hour
Heal last from her heart away.
Her ere hare wandered through mi-rt. of tears,
To the ehurch-yard under the bill.
Where the suow.lUe the wings of a broedlug dore,
Lies toft and pure and still.
And where her treasures, so long rg.
She laid at the M iner's will.
And ah I haw oit, a the days go by,
She starts, as her listening ear
Baa almost canght on the passing breeze
Voices so sweet and clear.
" 'Tia the angels calling! " ahe tlilnki. " All nie!
It la weary waiting here.'
The farmer come front hia work at hut.
In the ditok of a witei's day,
ADd sin him d.rwn by bis faithful i.V,
And she parts bin locks ho urnj.
And looks iu biH fare with a loTing aiuile
That years steal tieTer away.
And back Main, as her dim eyea tain
To the hills where the shadow stall.
She think, My treasures are lylnu there.
But He has sot taken all,
filcre one is waiting beside me still
Till the angeU' voices call."
Bat the weeks are slow, and the aged two,
In the dusk of many a day.
Will watch the shadows come and go
O'er the meadows cold and gray.
Ere they, at the Master's will, may lie
Where their treasures are laid away.
riRM AJCD (JIRDEX.
f urmrn' Oardesj,
The subject of farmers' gardens liasoc
cupied much attention lately, and use
ful papers have been presented upon it
at the farmers' institutes and other
places. It is generally admitted that no
part of a farm pays so well or supplies
more satisfaction and comfort to a
farmer's family as a well-arranged fruit
and vegetable garden. A few acres of
land near the dwelling, well fenced and
thoroughly prepared by deep tillage and
drainage, if necessary, will yield an
abundant supply of Hmall fruit-unl vege
table. The -small fruit and vegetables
ehould be in different compartments, but
all should be in rows or drills, so that the
foil can be kett free from weeds and in
od tilth by horse labor. Larre patches
nf cabbages, parsnip? carrot's, swect
roin, etc., will not only vield an aim ml-
ant supply ot wholesome vegetables for
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culinary use, but will furnish a Inrre
Miiri.lns, which can lie profitably used lor
feeding cows, swine .ml other stock.
On ton t n'lnrr,
Onion seed ehould be sown
in spring as the earth can 1
into a ary, triable state. If il.o,.;i ;
clayey, it should be plowed rough in the
fall, and the seed sown ifpon the fine dis
entegrated surface that may then be thus
obtained without replowiug. If the soil
Is inclined to be light, it should be ren
dered com pact with the roller, and amir
lace tilth then worked up lor the seed
If the land is weedy, the first crop wili
probably cost more than its value when
rained. In this case it would be alto
gether better to give a season of fallow
and heavy manuring, or some preparato
ry that may be easily kept clean. There
" n better one than early potatoes,
which gives the late summer and fall to
perfect the cleansing of the laud.
The ground having been leveled and
smoothed, ruu the plank or a light roller
over the surface this, to assist in the
first cultivation while the plants are yet
young. Sow in drills, equi distant, and
at the rate of four or five pounds ot seed
iter acre -the latter quantity preferable.
V hen the crop is three or four inches
high, we prefer to cut out supernumer
ary plant, with a hoe or other suitable
implement, leaving the bunches of plants
at a distance of nine or ten inches. These
may be trimmed to three, four or five in
a place, according as you want the indi-
rVu ,lhf ,arge or medium in size.
The seed may be
ly sown with any of the better class of
High manuring, a perfect tilth,
smoothness of surface, early and thick
seeding in accurate drills, an early use
of the weeding cultivator between, and
as clo'e to the rows as possible, thinning
the crop as soon as they beffin to fill the
drills, and the removal of superfluous
plants at the second weeding, will ensure
success, and that at a minimum cost.and
above all, at a profit to the cultivator.
This, and never allowing weeds to make
headway once the ground is clearcd.may
be called the sum of good practice in the
cultivation, not only of onions, but of
e very other crop in t he garden. In fact,
the same cleanliness observed bv our
best farmer in the cultivation of the
corn crop, will ensure a good garden to
every homestead in the west. prairie
What 1 Mast Frodiatble.
Inquiries are frequently made as to
which is the most profitable branch of
farming. It depends on several contin
gencies. In some places corn-growing
and pork-raising, in others wool-growin?,
and in others dairying are steadily
profitable one year with another. Where
circumstances, such as rich corn land,
healthful, dry pastures, or abundant
gTass, with pure water, favor one or the
other of these sjiecialties, it, is best to fall
into them and to keep to them. But
for general purposes special crops or em
ployments are rarely suitable, and
mixed farming is the best reliance. This
implies to roots, grass and grain ; chiefly
for feeding to stock, and only partly for
unla 'I' I. ..: . l . . . . J .
" must oe to distribute the
produce so that a good portion comes
back as soil manure, and the soil is kept
improving constantly in fertility and
freedom from weeds. Then immediate
advantage can be taken ol any excep
tional condition of things, and if grain
does not pay, meat and wool may be
made, and if grain happens to lie high, it
may be sold, and some other cheaper
feed bo bought to replace it. A sharp
farmer, who has some capital, and t an
turn about at a short notice, will never
be caught in a poor year, without at least
average profit rom his business. Ameri
IJuir aw JIannrr.
In lxth theory and practice it is too
often the case that lime is considered to
be a manure in the true intent and
meaning of the term, an I, except in a
few ptci:il cases, the fainter who adopts
the theory will, in the end, suffer for it.
It is true that lime, to a limited extent.
enters directly into the composition of
the crop, and to this extent it in a ma
nure, but nearly all soils contain enough
lime to supply the wants of an immense
number of crops, fcnich being the case,
we must look to some other mode of ac
tion to accomplish the benefits of its ap
plication. Apart from this slight ma
nurial action, an 1 a limited mechanical
action, there is no doubt that the main
benefit is clearly traceable to its chemi
cal action in the constituents ol the soil;
deleterious or inert compounds are de
stroyed, and valuable constituent re
leased, or new and beneficial compounds
formed. Lime facilitates the deconiinj
sition ol" vegetable or organic matter,
and, to a soil rich in this form f plant
food, it may lie applied for many years
without any bud results, but sooner or
later the supply of food upon which the
lime works will lc exhausted, and the
damage done will be beyond repair. He
who limes heavily without a correspond
ing application of organic matter, its
using borrowed money to pay interest,
and the -r. suit in the end is the eauie.
In a tew cases, liberal applications of
lime Lava produced good results, which
could n.)t lie attributed to its action
upon or;rat ie matter. In such cases it
will usually be found that the soil is
rich in compounds of potash in a form
not available for plant-food. This use
less (so far as food for plants is con
cerned) compound is broken up, the jiot
ash released, and food furnished in the
proper form. Philadelphia Times'.
Line on lonlty.
1 her i thoroughness in following the
prescription copied from as agricultural
exchange which strikes us very favora
bly. Parasites are not so easily exter
minated as many believe; and all should
try to make thorough work, whether
cleaning poultry house, tilling the
germs of chills and fever, or tbohe of
raurrain and rorse distemper :-
I will tell him how I atthMimo Rot
rid of licj in my poultry house and on
my poultry, pretty eflfcciually.lrat I had
o keep at them, and I thought atone
tnrt I ohould never be able te snc-
ceed. I did not despair, however, but
kept at it and was finally successful.
First take every fowl awl rub well into
its leathers a quantity of powdered buI-
rhne nnrl t.riori rnnnnir nrevioiislv mixed
a quantity of kerosene and carbolic acid
(in proportion of a quart of kerosene to a
gill of carbolic acid), thickened with
sulphur to about the thickness of flour
paste, pre each fowl a daubing under
the wiDgs, on top of the head and around
the vent. Put them out of the fowl
house a fast . as they are treated. Sec
ondly, take a quantity of crude sulphur
and renin and place in an old kettle and
thoroughly f a migate the ho rt se. Th i rd ly,
take a quantity of lime (that you think
is sufficient to go over the space) and
slake in hot water, and to a common wa
ter pail nearlv full of the wash add a
half pint of keronene and about a gill of
carbolic acid, and then thoroughly wash
the inside of the house with a whitewash
brush or a sponge, being sure to get it
well into the cracks and crevices and on
the roosts. Slake new nests and sprinkle
powdered sulphur through the straw or
whatever material may be used to make
the nests, and otherwise cieanse the
house as it may need, and then return
the poultry after it is dry.
Repeat the dose if it is needed; or any
nart of it that . vou think advisable.
Prepare lor the lowis a oust oaui 01
sifted coal or leached wood ashes'and to
a bushel of the ashes add one quart of
sulphur. If this is followed up, I do not
think that you will be troubled with
parasites any longer.
Ciujllers. One cupful ugar, one
tablespoonful butter, two eggs, one cup
ful milk, one quart of flour, two tea
spoonfuls sea-foam, a little grated nut
meg. Tomato Hoy. Two large cans of to
matoes, one pound dark brown sugar,
one-half pint vinegar, and one half
ounce of whole cloves; boil slowly until
reJuced very rich and thick. It is very
nice with meats, poultry or game.
Visri ar Pie. Onecupful sugar, one
half cupful vinegar, boil together a few
minutes, cool, and add one tablespyonful
j Hour, one tablespoonful condensed egg,
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I one rolled milk cracker, one teaspoonful
butter. Bake in two crusts.
Frp.nth Cream One quart of boiled
milk; mix one cupful sugar with the
yolk of four eggs; stir into the milk with
one tablespoonful corn starch ; flavor to
taste; beat the whites to a BtitT froth
with pulverized sugar, and brown slight
ly in the oven.
Meat Balls. Chop very fine
cold meat of any kind, and soak
the same quantity of bread crumbs ;
mix them together with an onion
chopped very fine if the flavor of
onion is liked ; season with salt and pep
per, a little nutmeg and allspice ; mold
together with one egg; form into balls,
and fry in boiling fat.
f-ALE Bread Cakes. .Sak a pint of
stale pieces of bread iu warm milk
enough to cover them ; when they are
quite soft add a teaspoonful salt," one
(mart of flour, two teaspoonfuls bakine
' powder and two tablespoonfuls condensed
eggs, dissolved in a little warm milk;
add milk sufficient to form a batter to
fry on a griddle.
To Cook Oyster Plant. .Sciape and
wash it ; boil in water, with a little salt
added ; when soft cut it in pieces and
fry in butter, ar else serve hot without
frying. But with drawn butter; you can
also mash them and form into cakes and
brown in butter; it will turn black if
left exposed to the air alter scraping or
when is gets cold.
Blankets. Into one quart of milk
Imt a lump of butter the size of an egg;
et the mi'.k get warm enough to melt
the butter; stir in flour sufficient to
form quite a stiff batter, and a dessert
spoonful of salt; one-third cake com
pressed yeast dissolved in a little warm
water; cover iigntiy ; let stand in a
warm place over night ; fry on griddle.
To Restore the Hair after III
XESS. Equal parts of best brandy and
strong black tea, shaken well together
and rubbed well into the rocts of the hair
once daily, will usually restore the hair
after long illness. Be careful not to
scratch or irritate the scalp with rough
combing and brushing. The mixture
should be made at least once in three
days, even in cool weather.
Or a xo f Cake. Two cups of flour,
two of sugar, one half cup of water, the
yolks of five and the whites of three eggs,
a pinch of salt, and one teaspoonful of
yeast powder, and the juice and grated
rind of one range. Bake as for jelly
cake ; beat the two remaining whites of
the two eggs in a stiff froth, sweaten to
the taste, and aaid the grated rind and
juice of an orange. Spread each layer
of cake, and brown a little in the oven.
Orange Jelly Cakk. Juice and
rind of two oranges thickened with pow
dered sugar, stir in a half-pound package
of dessicated cocoanut, leaving just
enough to sprinkle on the top layer ;
four eggs, half a cup of butter, two cups
of sugar, one cup of milk and flour
(enough to make the batter), in which
has been well mixed one teaspoonful of
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uttxum; puwuer. mxe as ior jeny caxe,
spreading the dry cocoanut on the top
American Lire Stock Abroad.
Noticing the exportation of live stock
from the United States, the Edingburgh
tjurrnt remarks : mock breeders in
this country, feeling that their profits
are seriously threatened by the develop
ment ot the American meat trade, have
perhaps thought it might be worth their
while to turn their attention to horses.
They will, however.be disagreeably disap
pointed tofind that even thisstraw lslikely
to lie snatched from their grasp by the
enterprising yankees, who are endeavor
Ing to supply us with beasts of burden as
well as butcher's meat, and have taken to
importing not only dead oxen, but also
live mules. Seventeen of these useful
creatures,.born and bred in Kentucky,
were the other day taken on board the
steamship State of Pennsylvania, en
route for Glasgow, where they are to
perform tire work of drav horses. No
finer animals of the kind are, it is stated,
to be seen, one of them standing sixteen
hands three inches high, and built in
projiortion. They came from Stonewall,
in ,Scott county, Ky., and are three
years old. When shipped on board they
appeared to be in good spirits, for they
were, according to an American paper,
" kicking up behind and before." It is
to be hojied they will have toued down
a little before arriving at Glasgow ; for
theScotch are, as they will find, a serious
nation and not to be trilled with. This
is said to be the first shipment of the
kind to Europe, but about forty more
mules are to follow in a week or two.
Our Hotel Fallnres.
Says " Burleigh," writing to the Bos
ton Journal : ' I talked recently with
one of our leading hotel men. I asked
him how it was that so many hotel keep
ers in New York failed. About lire in
one hundred have escajied financial ruin.
He replied : Two things destroy hotel
men our leases and outside operations.
It is either feast or famine with us. Our
expenses are the same whether it blows
high or blows low. We must lease our
premises, or we will be turned out in the
cold. I have one hundred and fifty
guests in my house. I can accommo
date comfortably from three to five hun
dred. My houee has to be as fully
manned when half full as when crowded.
My rent, fuel, servants are the same. My
profit comes from the company that is
over a given point. The leases that de
stroy us destroy the great mercbantilo
bouses. Those enormous rents, that do
not come dowu when business is dull.
There is a constant pressure from hotel
men without. If they have a balance in
the bank or 20,000 or $30,000 it is goon
known. Every device is laid and pres
sure brought to bear to induce them to
invest. There is strong Umptatiou to
lease and run outside hotels, and to con
trol this or that watering place. Few
men baye the capacity to run more iban
one Ijotol at a. time.
Wip 8 VermOjUt editor get uj nd
refers to a Wisconsin man as a is on
sinner, the latter edmply telegraphs back
that be wants nothinj more to with a
Meat Wtie laatro Meld (! Portfolio-States
. Whirls, the Thirty MerreUirlea
The following review of treasury his
tory may be useful at this juncture.
Since the organization of the depart
ment in 1780 there have been thirty dif
ferent secretaries, giving a new head
(and otten a new policy) once every
three years. Alexander Hamilton, of
New "iork, was the first secretary of the
treasury, and his term of service was
lrom September 11, 1789, to Fcburary 8,
171)5 live years, four months, and
twenty-one days. The following are the
.Yaw. i'.Ti enM. Y. 31a. Dt.
2. Oliver Wii-ott...('onn...Hee. 3!. ISis"! J 10 2
:;. SHmuel Itexter MansMar 14, ISnl.l 4 u
I. Albt-rt Uallatin.Peou..l,. y, Mt.12 8 3
i. i. W. t'auielel.Tenoo't. r, lnH...il 7 -SI
. AIrX. J. lalla..rnn...Ort. 22, lMri.,.2 l lli
7. W. II. Crnwfncd.lia M'rh 7, l?i'..s 4 15
S. liirhard Kimli....Peun...M'ch fi, Ir2i...4 h (i
V. tnm.l.IiiKhani.Penu...AiiK. t, liil...2 i 2
in. LoiiU M-Lane...lel May 2. 9 21
I!. Win. J. lniaue...Peiin...Sept. 23, 1S33...H 3 24
1'. lixse B. Tanry .SIU June 27. lsM...O 9 4
i:i. Levi Woodlmry .N. H...M'rh .'. IM1...7 6
1 1. Tlumiat twins. .Ohio ...Sept. 13, 1M1.0 6 h
1'.. Walter Korw.inl-Penn...M 'ch 3, !64.t 1 5 2m
lfi. J11I111 :.8tencer. N. i...June 15, 1H44...I 3 12
17. Ilea. M. bilib K jr.....M cli 5, 1HI.-....0 H 2"!
is. H.J. Walkr....Miss. MYh 7, 1M-.I...4 11 2
19. W. M.MTi'lith.l'enii....liiie 2o, ln3ii...l 3 13
2ii. 1 bomaa 'ii win. ohiu.M ch 4, 1.H.13...2 8 14
21. .Ini-ii Out)irie...Ky M'ch 4, ls."i7...4 11 0
JJ Howell vSb. ;a ..Inn. l.i. i;i...3 II 12
23. John A. Ilia V V..M'cU 4, l-fil...O 1 IX
2). S. P. ( tins Ohiu....JuiiB 111, 1MI...3 3 lli
i.. w.j" reaeiifieii.i. I,.t.. 0 ! 11
IS. II. l'C'ullij,li...liid Is;.!. .......I H o
27. H. S. Hoiltwi ll...M.!H...l7:l ..4 0 0
2n. W A.liii'hardwiiM ja...73 .. 11 9 u
zv. n. 11. J5nn"w....iy l7ii..............2
30. Lot M. Morrill... .11 v Jnly 7, 1-76 0
The date of the official terms after
Chase are proximate only, not being
given in any department reports. Sev
eral curious facts appear in the foregoing
list., jnineoruer 01 duration ot the
otticial terms, the etates rank as follows.
leading off with the most watchful and
persistent race seeking commonwealth,
Mat. Ao. q N'Cii
P"iiii(iylv4iiia - 7
(ieorgia .... 2
New ilaniiinhire... ......I
New Yoi li......... ..t
K nntueWy 2
The city of New York, which has been
the greatest school lor financial education
in the country, can hardly be said to
nave iurnisnea a single secretary. Ham
ilton was the organizer of the depart
ment ; but the city was not then promi
nent in financial dealings. Spencer and
Pix were appointed to act ad interim
until the time came for regular appoint
ment. Gallatin, who has generally
been set down as lrom New York, did
not become a resident until after his
return lrom the Ghent Peace convention.
Virginia, the mother of presidents, has
not produced a single secretary. The
most ot the secretaries were citizens of
the rural states, where foreign com
merce was unknown, and where the edu
cation and experience necessary to finan
cial mastership ceuld not be obtained.
i. 1 . Jnbi'ne.
Chinese Women as Assets.
The Sacramento Record-Union tells
this story : Three cases of habeas corpus
huuul uinese women rave come before
the Sacramento courts within twenty
four hours. A Chinaman was in business
on 1 street; he had three Chinese wo
men at work for him ; he failed in busi
ness, and told his Chinese creditors to
take all he had and pay themselves. A
meeting of the creditors was held, and
Tong Lee was chosen by them to act as
assignee. He called on the bankrupt for
nis property, ana tne latter turned ovei
as ma omy assets tne tnree Chinese wo
men. It does not appear what became of
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mo oi mem, out it is certain long iee
took the beat looking, named Toy Hung,
and arranged to sell her. At this junc
ture, Ah Long applied for a writ of
habeas corpus in behalf of Ah Chem, who
claimed to be the husband of Toy Hung,
but was at work fifteen miles from town.
The writ was issued, Tong Lee produced
the woman, and a Chinese woman was
sworn as interpreter,. Tong Lee ad
mitted that he had taken the woman
who sat near by. " What for ?" asked
the court. " As one of the assets of the
debtor." "How much did he owe ?"
" About 2,000." " How much had you
arranged to get for this asset?" asked
me juoge. ADout &nt" coolly re
plied the witness. "Then vou would
declare a dividend of twenty-five per
cent. ?" " Yes," he answered.
Judge Denson gave Tong Lee a sound
lecture ana a warning, and told the wo
man that she was free to go where Bhe
pleased, and no one had any right to buy
or sell her. The husband, Ah Chem. ar-
nvea nere to get nis wite.
Rochester, Minnesota, has a romance.
says the Springfield, Massachusetts, Re-
puDiican. ine story is that a young
liosioinan, nameu Charleston Stanton,
went to Minnesota for his health in 1870.
and at Rochester met, loved and became
engasred to Mary I'hilips, a worthy girl.
unioriunaieiy, nowever, otanton was
thrown from a sleigh a few months after
and fatally nurt by the discharge of a
revolver in nis pocket, jus mother,
then visiting iu Chicago, reached him in
season to see him die and then returned
to Boston. The poor girl heard no more
till last summer, when she received a let
ter from Mrs. Stanton saying that her
dying boy made her promise that $5,000,
half nis estate, should be given to Miss
l'biups ; the mother bad postponed the
lulhiiment oi ner promise, but was not
content; her only remaining son had
just died, and she assured the girl that
she ruouiu soon nave her
soon have lipr mnnav I
Months passed, till, about Thankseivin? I
time, another letter from Mrs. Stanton I
begging the girl to ccinc to Boston, for
sne was in. hums x ninps went and was
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taken to a luxurious nome, not too soon,
however, for Mrs. Stanton died that
msrht. But she appears not to have for
gotten her pledge, for within a few days
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ansa rnnips mis rcceivea, at ner nome,
8,000, the amount due from her lover's
estate, with the news that Mrs. Stanton
had willed her 35,000.
Enough In One Bed.'
Emigration the state of Michigan was
so great during the year 1836-6, that
every bouse was hlled every night with
travelers wanting lodging. Every travel
er there at that time will remember the
difficulty of obtaining a bed in the hotels,
even if he had two or three " strange bed
The Rev. Rosea Brown, an eccentric
Methodist minister, stopped one night at
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uue oi me noveis in Ann Aroor, ana in
quired if he could have a room and bed
to himself. The bar-keeper told him he
could, unless they should be so full as to
render it necessary to put another in
with him. At an early hour the rev-
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ereueu gentleman went to nis room,
locked the door, and soon retired to his
bed and sunk into a comfortable sleep.
Along toward midnight he was roused
from his slumber by a loud knocking at
"Hello! you there," he exclaimed.
"what ao you wint now: particular
stress on tne last word.
"You must take another lodger, sir,
wnn you," said the voice of tne land
lord. " What ! another yet ?"
'' Why, yes there is only one in there,
is there !"
"One! why, here is Mr. Brown and a
Methodist minister, and myself, already,
and I should think that enough for one
bed, even in Michigan."
The landlord seemed to think so, too,
and left the trio to their repose. Star
The Great Eastern The steamer
Great Eastern is in the docks at Milford,
England, undergoing repairs." She is
having two iron masts placed iu her in
stead of wooden ones. The offers for the
use of the vessel are principally for bring
ing cattle from America for which she
is well adapted. - If 50,000 can be
rai.-M to fit her with modern engines and
boilers, she would bo able, in the Atlan
tic at a lower price than any vessel
afloat. At the annual meeting of the
company owning the Tessel the accounts
showed a balanceof about forty thousand
dollars, batitwavnot thought advisable
of declare a dividend until tfc bteamer
Life In Deadwood.
Deadwood. one of the Black Hills
cities, is a liveiy town of two thousand
inhabitants. Ot course, says a corres
pondent describing it, it s the central
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camp, wnere aii me gamuiing, uguuug
and business is done. Everything goes
on a grand rush night and day. There
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is no regularity aoout anyiuing. -v
man opens a place of business and makes
lots of money, then he gets the prospect
ing fever, starts for the gulches and
shuts up his shebang. When a place is
closed up it means that tne owner is out
digging, has been killed in a fight or is
offon a spree. We have no municipal
;overnment at all. rvery man thinks
i'8 mayor of the town. Every once in
a while the boys call a mass meeting,
draw up resolutions, etc., and decide to
incorporate the town and have a board
and alderman ; but at the end of the
week nobody knows what has become of
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ine resolutions or me aiuermau. e
start a new city government every two
weeks and bust one every week it there
Saloons all over the place, and-whisky
four bits a drink. Whey put two bar
rels upon end, nail a board across ior a
bar and deal it out. A miner who wants
to treat pours some gold dust on the bar
rel head ana says: " set 'em up. iney
never weigh the dust. Sometimes a man
won't put down enough of dust, but they
never say a word ; and if he's a little
tight and pours out ten or fifteen dollars
worth, they never mention it. They
have three faro banks running all the
while. They don't use checks for the
boys ; when they won a pile of checks
they threw 'em all over the place, and
some were too drunk to handle 'em. So
the checks trot Dlaved out. Now a man
puts a little gold dust in a dollar green
back and it goes for two dollars. Ten
dollars worth of dust in a ten'dollar green
back goes for twenty dollars, and so on
They never weigh dust at all, but guess
Every man carries about fourteen
pounds of firearms hitched to his belt,
and they never pass any words. The
fellow that gets his gun out first is the
best man, and they lug off the other fel
low s body. Our graveyard, is a big in
stitution, and growing one. Sometimes,
however, the place is right quiet. I've
known times when a man wasn't killed
for twenty-four hours. Then perhaps
they d lay out live or six a day. W hen
a man gets too handy with his shooting
irons and kills five or six, tney think he
isn't safe and iop him over to rid the
place of him. They don't kill him for
what he has done, but for what he is
liable to do. I suppose that the average
deaths amount to altout one hundred
month ; but the Indians kill some.
Handling " Cleopatra's Xeedle."
ine monument which armies were
prevented from carrying to Englandjthe
gut wnicn the prince regent could not
take possession of, is to be conveyed to
London by the generosity ot a private
citizen. Prof. Eraf inns Wilson has an
nounced his intention of bringing from
Egypt to England the long-neglected
"Needle" at his own expense. The
manner in which it is proposed to convey
the obelisk through the Mediterranean,
the Atlantic, tne nay or liiscay, and up
the t,njilish channel to the 1 Lames river,
is peculiar. J-iist of all, it will be bal
lasted in the water at Alexandria, where
it is at present lying, and a deck will be
put upon it, with a couple ot masts,
The hinder compartment of the deck will
be left open for the accommodation of
two or three men, whose duty it will be
to steer the "ship" by means of an 01
dinarv rudder. The obelisk, thusshinned.
will be ready for the steamer which is
appointed to tow it out to sea. The
barometer will be consulted daily, so
that the journey may be made under the
most favorable conditions. On the ar
rival of the monument in England, the
professor will at once proceed to place it
in an upright position. To do so in the
ordinary way would be a task of great
diHiculty, as it weighs two hundred tons.
Hydraulic power will be applied to each
end of the obelisk, and it will be raised
by that means, foot by foot, until it
reaches the height of twenty-nine feet in
a horizontal position. A "jacket" will
then be put around its center of gravity,
with a couple of trunnions fixed firmly
to it, and an that remains to be done
afterward will be to cut the lashings,
when the massive piece of stone will
drop into its place on the pedestal.
There are those who believe the experi
ment will prove a lailure, but the Scotch
professor is confident f success. -V Y.
United States Mail Contracts.
The business of letting the spring
United Stastes mail contracts has closed
at the postoflice department. Letters of
acceptance to all successful competitors
were transmitted by mail. Some idea of
this work may be formed as follows:
Maine has 221 froutes and 8,800 bids;
New Hampshire has 111 routes and 2."0
bids; Vermont, 120 routes and 1,70
bids; Massachusetts, 104 routes and 1.2o0
bids ; Rhode Island, 23 routes and 300
bids; Connecticut, 63 routes and 1.000
bids; New York, 483 routes and b',500
bids; New Jersey, 100 routes and 1,200
bids ; Delaware, 23 routes and 400 bids ;
Pennsylvania, 648 routes and 9,000 bids;
Maryland, 132 routes and 2,000 bids;
Virginia, 383 routes and 0,000 bids;
West Virginia, 205 routes and 3,700 bids.
The total number of routes is 2,622 and
of bids over 37,000, being nearly 7,000
bids over the number last year. It is
noticed that in some cases the very low
est bid could not be accepted because of
informality, such as the want ot fricna
ture either by the Dcrson biddim? or nis
sureties, amount ot sureties lnsulhcient
or ommiVsions of seals on the part of no-
tanes or justices. Another cause
severe criticism by the department was
the alteration of amounts for the service
by interlineation, which may have been
done in good faith by btma Jtde parties,
but in these times of sleepless vigilance.
elicited the strictest scrutiny before ac
tion. Blanks for contracts will be speed
ily forwarded to each and all accepted
bidders, and it is expressly required that
they be returned properly executed on
or betore the hrst day of June next.
The conviction of William Ilickey as
a highwayman, a Tew lork paper says,
illustrates a phase of city life that is
more like what we expect to read
about in very far western newspapers
Hickev and several companions extin
guished the lights in the street lamps
near the place chosen lor their exploit
and waited iu the shadow of Trinity
church lor somebody to rob. A drunken
sailor wandered that way, and they
threw a cloth over his head, knocked
him down and took his mouey. Mickey
is only eighteen years old, yet he ha
twice before been imprisoned. Not one
in ten of the street robbers tried in this
city is older than that. The almost cer
tainty of twenty years of imprisonment
following a conviction doubtless deters
any except hot headed youths from this
particular crime. Do these young rob
bers get their incitement in the "Jack
Sheppard" blory book?
A Pleasant Adventure.
There was a husking bee down near
Mt. Pleasant the other night. One of
the young ladies present rammed her
hands into the husks and hauled out a
snake as long as a whip lash, and too cold
to take much interest in the festivities.
She fell over on her back and shrieked
and screamed until she was black in the
face, but everybody thought she had
only found a red ear, and they laughed
at her while the snake got inside of her
ruffle and crawled painfully and rheu
matically down her back. She was un
derstood at last, and the snake was
dragged out and killed, but she says if
she was to live a thousand years she
couldn't scream half as much as she
wants to. Caunri. Bt:ffs fo'ra) Aon
pareil. SINGS LIKE A BIRD- The delight
lul effects t this new principle, Dr. J. U
McLean's C jvzh & Luna Qealior Globules -
A tbe mIiti in the mouth action the Glo-1
bole a gs i generated QicB soothe an-i
hf. tls irritation rf the tbrond and lungs,"
mates tne T-oicecieara a. Bird, ciues uoarso
Tsehs, CHgh, Colds mi Consuu-ptiou. Trial
Boies, hy mail, 2-5 e. Pr. J. H. McLean, 314
Chestnut, S-L Louis
Snike Charmer Ilunibuffs. .
The famous East Indian snake charmers
are imposters, and that he has repeatedly
detected them attempting, by auDiie im
positions and clever acting, to delude
lookers-on into the belief that they were
dealine with veritable wild snakes, when
all the time the dancing cobras that
made their appearance at the sound of
the pipe were some of their own tame,
snakes, placed in certain pots beforehand.
Ihese proiessional snake-catcners are
many of them, in addition to their reg
ular vocation, most exnert jugglers, and
exceedingly adroit at all kines of slight-of-hand
tricks. It is their tnstant prac
tice to "turn down" a few tame snakes
in a garden hedge or somewhere close in
the vicinity of - a house they intend pay
ing a visit to, ere they present tnem-
Belves before the sahib, the airner of the
premises; and then, with every ap
pearance of eood faith, the Tascils re
quest premission to be allowed to clear
the compouna oi snakes ; at tne same
time stipulating for a reward perhaps one
rupee 'a head ot every snake they succeed
in catching. If the gentleman of the
house should happen to be a griffin, or
newcomer, likely enough he will be in
duced to lend an ear to so plausible a
request, and at length promises these
crafty rogues so much lor each snake
they succeed in catching. Soon to his
horror and amazement, hideous serpents
of various dimensions are pioducea' from
the straw in an empty stall in the skables,
another from the garden hedge, and so
on ; till at last, perhaps, the fraud is car
ried too far and discovered.
Dr. Fayres states that certain descrip
tions of serpents--chiefly of the- genus
n.ja most undoubtedly are -eusoeptible
to, and in a measure become fascinated
on hearing musical sounds. "I have con
stantly Been, he says, "tame snakes in
the TKjssession of snake catchers, on hear-
inr the sound of the pipe, erect them
selves and sway their heads from one
side, and beyond a doubt show pleasure
at the strain ; but I have never once seen
a wild snake go through the same per
formance, and I believe that only tame
reptiles carried about in basket and
'broken in' for audi an exhibition to con
duct themselves. I have repeatedly
oflered snake charmers five rupees to
bring out from its sanctuary, by means
of music, a cobra known by me to be 'at
home.' but invariably all their exTorts
have been in vain.
There are many who actually believe
in the efficacy of stones which, when ap-
nlied to a snake bite, are supposed to
withdraythe poison; but if such a very
simple remedy were really effectual, and
a genuine specific, the snake-stone cure
would HDeedlv be broucht into universal
use. -'It would appear, however, that
these people really prize these so-called
been nresent when
money has been oflered to them to part
with one, but declined.
Perhaps the strongest argument
against this snake-stone cure is that these
very men often themselves fall victims to
the bite of the cobra, though at the time
in posession of a stone which they .assert
to be capable of working a cure. More
over, when these professional snake-
catchers have to deal with an uu
doubtedly wild cobra in full vigor al
thoueh as a rule they display extra
ordinary Dluck. skill and resolution in
caDtuiinsr it. and on the first favorable
opportunity will with wonderful quick
ness seize hold ef and secure it- an at
tentive beholder cannot fail to remark
the extreme caution and watchful man
agement they display on first clutching
hoia oi tne animai.tneir wuoie uemeauui
and action differing unmistakably from
the ofl-hand, careless manner which they
assume when graspiDg one of their own
harmless specimens ; and it is an un
doubted fact that these men really dread
the consequences of a chance bite from
a wild cobra quite as much as other
mortals do. and are well aware that
nothing can withdraw the deadly venom
from a wound, or save life, when once
the poison has mingled with the blood.
A Faithful Bog.
A Newcastle (Eng.) paper says : The
road from Cornsay to Tow Law passes
over Hedley Hope Fell. On the right
of the road the boundary wall, known as
Hedley Hope edge, entends the whole
distance, and on the left is the unin
closed common. One Sunday morning
at about nine o'clock two young men
were walking on the road when their at
tention was attracted by the barking of
a dog. Prompted by curiosity tney de
termined to ascertain the cause, and on
reaching the brow of a steep valley
which, at the distance of about one hun
dred yards, runs parallel with the road,
they discovered in a marshy hollow a
cart overturned, a pony in the harness,
and underneath the upset cart was what
appeared to be the dead body of a man.
The dog, one et the bull and terrier spe
cies, was lying on his breast, lhe young
men attempted to approach the cart, but
the too faithful do' would not allow
them to coiae near to extricate bis mas
ter. To Hedley Hill Cottages, about
half a mile off, they went for assistance,
and numbers were soon on - the spot,
when every metms was used to induce
the doa to desert his charge, but without
etl'ect. In the meantime the unfortunate
man was recognized to be William Nut
well, of Tow Law, wlo had visited Corn
say for the purpose of selling fruit and
confectionery. A messenger was then
dispatched to Tow Law, and in a short
time friends arrived to give their assist
ance. Jo remove the dog tney tried
every allurement, but in vain, and his
juerv eve and snarling mouth betokened
danjj'T to any who might interfere with
his charge. At leiiKth a long rone with
a noose was thrown over his head, and
he was dragged from off the body. That
accomplished, the cart was lifted, when
it was found that the man still breathed;
but after a few convulsive movements et
the eyes and arms life became extinct.
The track of the cart has been traced,
and from its devious course there can be
no doubt that Nutwell had missed his
way, and after wandering on the fell
amidst the darkness that prevailed, had
been with his horse and cart upset.
JTew Knlcs for fc?oin to Sleep.
1. Fix the though la on some' one
thing. If you cant do that, fix them on
two things. Fix 'em ! You can easily
unfix them after yu once get to tleep.
2. Don't go to sleep with your head
down against the foot-hoard or your
feet danglinjr on the floor. It disturbs
the electric fluids.
3. A writer commands to suspend a
base-drum over your bed, within your
reach, and pound on it with your fist.
It will induce sound sleep.
4. Rolling the eve-balla is good, ex
cept for blind people. Itolling out of
bed may be tubstituted in such cases.
f. lhe danger in Tailing asleep lies
principally in the distance vou fall.
Those who are subject to such should
have a rope-ladder convenient to climb
G. Dining late is a poor way f ano-
dvniir. Jn order to' fall asleep With dis
patch, don't eat anything the day pre
American Beef in Englaud.
The following is an extract from a
private letter just received irom a
liostonian. at present residing at an in
land town in England :
e have had quite an excitment Jiere
on the American beef question, and a
shop has been opened for the express
purpose of selling it. The only, difficulty
seem9 to be in the supply, which easily
gets exhausted ; but we are assured that
when the arrangements are perfected
there wUI be no further trouble. I am
convinced that if the price can le kept
about where it now is, say eit;ht and a
half pence per pound of tne best cuts,
that this country will take all that can
be supplied. TiVs few prices which I
are purchased are better than any J'n-
glish beef that I have eaten during the
winter, ana me price is three pence less.
Pon't Wakt to try It Aky JIobe.
Last Saturday night, says the Cass
vill, Missouri, Democrat, there was a
legderdemairjjRort of a show up at "Wash
burn, 'wben the principal showman of
fered to let any one shoot at him with a
riSe, and he would catch the buUet on a
stick. Sheriff Hopkins took the gun and
blazed away at him ; but Mr. Showman
id not catch the ball on a stick, but did
catch it on the side of hia head, for the
ball plowed a furrow the length of the
side oi hia bead, which bled quite ireeiy.
And the said showman dees not want to
be shot at any more ; and we dare say
sheriff Hopkins does not want to do any
more such shooting, for the whole of it
was superlatively foolish.
Printing Postage Stamps.
The postmaster general has awarded
the contract for supplying the postage
stamps for the ensuing term of four
years to the uontinentai Dana; note com
pany'of New York city, the present con
tractors. The contract embraces all the
various kinds of postage stamps that are
used either by the public or the govern
ment, and will require about 720,000,000
stamps to be furnished each year. The
prices to be paid are 8 98-100 cents per
1,000 for ordinary stamps, II cents for
official stamps, and about 15 cents per
1,000 for newspaper and periodical
stamps. The difference between bids of
the successful company and the Stand
ard company of Syracuse, is so slight
that it would be more than over-balanced
by the cost of the removal of materials,
etc., from New York.
A Coupij: of Deer Little Gikls.
Miss Johnson and Miss Clara Phillips
are two modest and retiring young ladies
living on the little bioux river, Iowa.
The other day they came upon a deer
which ran away at their approach, but
dashed against a wire ft nee and became
entangled. The girls seized the strug
gling animal, and while Miss Johnson
held him down. Miss Phillips went home
for a weapon. She returned with aloaded
revolver which Miss Johnson took and,
aiming at the heart of the deer, fired.
The shot took eflect, but was not fatal,
and another chamber was emptied, and
then a third, the last bullet killing the
deer. The girls can have any young
man in the town they want.
Wo m ax's Rights. A bill has been
reported in the Connecticut legislature
giving a woman who pays taxes and owns
over 300 worth of property the same
right to vote as any tramp who sleeps
under the hedges and robs a roosts for a
living and wears the same shirt thirty-six
months. There is something 'ndiscrib
ably grand and impressing in the mighty
development of this age of progress, and
IMBMEBN, Si failAKM-.
and all people who appreciate the value ot
keeping a memorandum of business trans
actions, daily events, and items of interest
or importance, for future reference, ehould
call on tkeir druggists and get Dr. Pierce's
Memorandum book free. The 1 'odor's
Grand Invalids' Ilotel at Buffalo, which costs
'when finished, two hundred thousand dol
lars, will be opened early in June next, for
the reception of patients afflicted with
chronic diseases and deformities. It will
afford the most perfect facilities for the cure
of such affections, and Faculty of h sicians
and surgeons will embrace graduates from
both American and European Medical
Schools who have become distinguished for
their skill. The People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser, by Dr. R. V. Pierce, a work
of over nine hundred large pages, illustrated
by two hundred and eighty-two enspavings,
and elegantly bound in cloth and gilt, is sent
to any address by the Author on receipt of
one dollar and fifty cents. Almost one hun
dred thousand copies have already been sold.
S. A. Ckaig, Esq., druggist, of West Alex
ander, Pa., says : " I sell more of Dr, J'ierce'a
preparations than all ethers combine-1. They
give satisfaction in every case and I can
eheerfully recommend them to the public."
Five Tliouaand (tonka ttiveaa. Away for
Wfcile Dr, H. James was attached to the
British Medical tafl' in the East Indies, his
high position enabled him to call abcut him
the best chemist", physicians, and scientists
of the day, and while experimenting ith and
among the natives, he accidentally m u!e the
discovery that consumption can be p ositive
ly and permanently CURED. Dur.ng the
many years of his sojourn there, he cevoted
his time to the treatment of Lung D seases,
and upon his retirement he left with 11 4 books
and papers containing full particular!, show
ing that every one can be his own pi ysician
and prepare his own medicine, and s-ich in
formation as we have received we n w offer
to the public without price, only ask; ng that
each remit a three-cent stamp for postage.
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25 cents less. Order Ri7.e two
Inches smaller than. weiM mea
sure over the dress.
Warns- Bros. 783 B-nr rtVay K T
The CpcstJSioop PuniriEB.
Kn-ommriiil it Heartily.
Soi iii ISesTO.v.
M r. Stfvexs :
ler Sir I liftT taken several liottienof y-nr Vrn
F ik. an.l ant ronvince.1 it i a valiinl.ie reine.lv for
lypet--m,Kilney C'om plaint, ucd general Zebilit5cf
Iran h.-artilv r'-enniinend it t all t-ufler.iig from
theal.i,e roliiphiiut-.. Yunr repeetl'ully.
MRS. MC.NROK I'AKKKIt.
Zmi t.v rsripH't cf tis E;lbl Earlirgtoa ttaad.
rce. L:ta Ccimliciier.B. 1. IT. 2. ?.
II w BT73LTN3T0K, IOWA.
m I he
A GREAT OFFER 1
lbes 1 1 Tim,.
aliauamr of IOO PIAKtlX A OKU A KM. wrn,
woiifl-lmtKl nt Hrat-rlnaa ranker Inr-iMrl-Insr
alallment.er lo let anlll paid forlhaaever
! r rerel. WATKS ' K .4 I so I'ARR
and I'f K'taiT II 4M OKU.4NW (In.
rinaiatlsrir.lKWStM TIIK mI HOI
IMHR arethe HMr ntlti:. It, aad
IrS I'Mlalosuea Hallrd. A Itbornl ttimaat
IK KMSU At.i;r W.tTEU. Illaalra.
to If acnm, M intHrr, i i.irtft, brhnnf, L'-rlnri. tr.
Kherl Iiif at Iiair price. HORtl t; W.4-
i t,Kamn..nauriarmaal Dealers,
$500 YEAELY PROFIT
FK0M 12 HENS.
liy Jim till .iik Kelt and raining Poultry hv
m. -aim in Ili.rna Manure mIhii. The Ont.-n-
iiinl ami kbv-ihI JII Medal anil IS li-
-i.inM. imi ien nwarrl-.! to I'a -krhsob A.
( OUUETT. Nn.7W.rn-n tre-t. hewjorli.
T.-MimonialH and Catalogue sent on receipt
oi t.-ent Htanip.
xo THE CONSUMER
helDR w.l.l nn.jnr the "I'EKltI.ESS" ticket, we ehall
iiavibjr unprovert tne quality our Win. now
brentier Sopr. ior the imi
Lrto.l "WHITE 8TA It, AAA.'
e slmlt alxo niannfttrture it lower nni lit v
wl ich will lie sol.) under the "PEKKLKSS" hrand.
tnfiilire lor WIIITK STAR AAA
of all loading- Dry Goods Dealers.
T Jr a Ol" II A ID fOSSIM PTIOK. a hud i-ol.l
JL rouKli.oranv trnul.le with the throat or liiuaa.try
PA(REATIC EJMSIO., COD LIVES OIL
Hv$oiihoH)htteH of iJtitr nml Hot fa
Keeonimended by the leadintr pip Hiriaus through
the country. AaHprina medicine for Diirifviiia
blood. an.l cure for rheumatinDi.iieiiraliiiaor scrofula
it has noe.iual.Axk your drneiri.t f..ril;a-k T'-urfhy-aician
about it. W.M.W. MARTLET A t o.. .Manulac-
in runt i neniKfH. mil lltuh Street. Koetott. Mann.
C K K C i: .1 T
H V. K It L. 1 .N
has more sterlina oniilitiea'tnan auy other berry
yet etlored to the publi.-, piooncitur over lonrteeii
houeand quart per a.-re, in held culture, if direc
tion are t..ii.w.-.i hi-ni jorcircniar.
I. M. M?f ITH. IVrat llavvw. Caa
SK N S A T I N 8
K.C. llKIIMill AN.
yst , n. N.an.i DrpiTRTTP
i st .cio- iiinati. WIii UJJLlb
CVnfiuiiiDK Writing I'aptr, En-
vipfi, j'cd-, i v-nriiM,, j n
iJnldtTN. rnrl I'owder for
imikiiiK Vint lint th
ink, with a
C li lt O 31 O
framed Isj Rlsrk Walaat
rraaie. I'rireiHlcts nr 11.. a.
( inciunati Keare '.. innnnsti.
V Khave. .y actual coon t over forty different prer-
ar:itions fore. .mill. in. ludinsll standard mediclues
old and new. railed jr in - ins section . w e nave sold
hatch's I'uiTersal f '..nsh Syrii r for five years. With
no u-wsprer sdvertlsing. this retne.lv baa bad a Sf
lMrrer than aftv other, llsells stesililr. and miti
trinsitselt.and our customers speak uniformly in its
lttVOr. S" nn.i win- irin ii.".,,. ... i. ,, KlD.l.
I Ii f'r.NTEK 4c B AKKtl.L, Albion, In. .
H e will send veu a hands.me I'sak.
et, cntning the following articles
of Jewelrr: bndF-mu set of I
Meeventittons.i (e-nt fine Warch-
rhain. t setof Spiral studs. 1 rornl -icarf pin, 1 I.adr's
Weddtnjr rinffat i improv.j i oiiHr-Luttr-n. rsti
action eusraDteed or money refondeij. l jvi.o&
Hav. Jeweler, Morton fct.. . 1 .
rnmiDassed. direct and reverse movemeet; Trfect
ei e-nrion; eual t en -raving, sipeciruen and ctr. u
Isr forcte.ststnp.f .V ..towa!o!.Pofaeersie. '1
BOOKKtEP NS ajhi?;wHih.i;
d- without it. hert.rpost-psid.on rsceir' ot u cents.
reitsr-sr. ri"r rr 11 .11 . . v. 1
it. r-ert.rpost-psH.on rsceir'of Ocent
GOT; LDING BBtib'I. Bnffalo. K- J.
JK Vv WeltDetto.At
V Masonic Wotas. 31 Bi
A CO.. rrSLTsas
Broadway, Jitv York.
f. E-0 VO-IU y O StHOOL BOOats
All I mailed post-paid, nytfa tacetpt ef half jrob-
hed prfc A. 8. CLA
To attention of adrerHlsers is calld to our list of
Send Tor Catalogue.
CUTS AND ELECTROTYPES.
No pxtrarharre for cuts, trademarks, nnnmial dis
play or adyertit-eiueiits inserted aenna two or more
colamus; oaj Ivimlu-trm cuts are ie.iiired lor the
whole number of newapnpem. Cut .hould not be
over two and oiieeihtti inches In width.
Advertisement are in all cases, sent to all of thehe
paper on the day they aa r -ied. and appear iu
the tollowintc Issues without any delay.
CHARACTER OF THE PAPERS.
(ri.A mvimmm are of the better class; the ouality
of paper furnished them is of a higher price limn that
used by other concerns ; they are letter edited by
liiKher priced men.lhaviDK greater experience. Their
aggregate and average circulation i lamer.
ABf INTIRENTlaU sra jiai..-".
To send an adverttisiog order to 1. ISO newspapers
would require an investment uf 934.39 lor txwtage;
Dt..mnMrvWnlllilni.t llwarlVUH mlll'll. 1 1S lalH.f Of
..ir.,mnff l.iaU .nii-l.tDH la considerable ; to write
1.13 orders wmild be a jrreattak; to print tnem
would coet something. Our price for a hve line ad
vertisement in the whole I.I.VJ pal-em. u week,
D43.73. or but a little more than the pontage.
KOTIIKN IX SEHs I'OLI JIXH.
To have an advertisement et up in the form of
reading matter, and inserted in the news columns of
newspapers, is a very cmci.-in uioow .i w..ni.nii.
These lists of newspapers ofler advaDtax- in tlus re
spect which no other newspapers or list of newspn
Mtin noasess. Manufacturers and merchants desir
ing to publish a description ol their ware or estab
lishments will find this plan very serviceable. By
nnblishing a series of brief notices, they ran soon
make the merits of thtir g.Msis familiar to the pee
.le of. be legion in which these papers are pub
ished. 41 ri-r jLATIOKN,
Ti.a. ii-iiilMtio,ia fir.-n are from the American
Newspaper llireclory t.r lHTrt, and in hundreds of
cases are too small. K..r instance, the hicau .
oer. whi.-h appears at 4.0OO circulation, actually
1 :i IMMJ weekly.
This is the only list of Co operative Newspapers
which has ever exhibited to t lie advertiser t ne ciru
lBtir.ii of tin aenarate o.inora and on this list the ac
tual character of each paper, whether I he lsst or the
enly paper in a place, is plainly indicated in every
case, tend lor catalogue.
nnh, naivrt run 1A found ill the office of Tt.-sls Si
F.eiter. 41 1'aik Row, New York. A partial tile, to
gether with samples of all. may la- found at 15
Worth Street. New York ; IIS Monroe Meet, (h
eng... III.; a6.VKnst Water Street, Milwaukee, V is
Iv Wal.a.hnw Street. St. Taul. .Minn.: I Ka.
Street, Cincinnati. U.; SM7 Second street. Memphis,
For catalogue address
4t I'nrh Itoir, KEll' OItK.
j. a . . (la. i
Ubr'b bUZ?". H??"" of
J" B."S .to"""
" SSL'"? SL?r -'ilU 2?.
mm a... -i t ii
CATARRH. Fonrf Extract Jm nt-srlv a !t
rifir for thisdiwat. it ran hardly p '--lUd,
exm iu ud oliHtniut ca'4.
The relief in w. prompt that uu one lio
lias ever tri-d it will v without it.
CHAPPEU IIAMH AM rA('K.Poii!'
Extract Mhould Ihi Iu pvt-ry family ttiin
riMivb weather. It rniiMvcK the fort'ii'M"
and rnurliuvM aud Hofieni uu.l hrnU
the Pktii prompt I v.
RJIECIATIH.M. UiiriuKrixcvercand chaub-vaMn
weather, no cue wuKieot to U ieumatic
VaiiiH sboultl be oiip day wit iit'iit Pond'f
Kximrt. w liich n Iwh n rclif i
SOKE L.1 M.S. ONsr.MPT.OV i Ol 4illS,
'OlilS. TiiiH eld wrjilii'v i rut tin
IsUtiCf wire I y. Have Fund! Extract
on hi nd alWHytt. Jt relieve tne pain and
en real the liisciiw.
t IIIL.BI.AINS will lie promptly relieved and
ultimately cured hy ImilnitL- tlie alMictf d
partn with loud't Ka.trRct.
FROSTED I-1M BS. -l'imd'-Kxli nrl invnriu
blv relicvew tiie pain und fhniMv t urvn.
SOKE THROAT. OI'INSV. INKI Mrl
TtN?II.S AMI A I It pa-c;i-:s
are prompt lv cured by t h.- ure of nad'n
Extract, tt never t'niU.
I1ISTORV mid I c of I'ond'M Eviroct. in
immiihlft ftirtii. K-ut f re on nptil.i ar iuii t,
POND'S EXTRACT CO.. S llnideu Liiur.
New.Vrk frvWd by lrurryiHi.
f . '0 - r . "4rt. 1 - Jul '.
a ' -4tsa . W.aaf'.j
. H (to every antjscrlber to this pa- I H
per. Wehavetustlssiieiaoc-l-l j
I which Isentwli.i d lu bcau'.uul,
-o.es.t:ie whol.-on djilc l.aca
J rr,.inri .-f.rui.'ii in French
U!i Colors. ItH "LU" SIU".
land Is a jfTett -x iu r art. an
V hKV3 nad srrauce.netiU
aiU -,-.v ..iM.-ritMr ot till.
I . t ... u..w tlntuAhn I1
paperronl ocet vc i Ii la beaut It n 1 1
(cross tree dt senauia us
t par the cost ot votK.tub
ii.f riirellitv. etc. Wo muKC
thiso:rer to liitr.altteo C'ir;ri,
productions. Ad.rcss J-, w
I JIcCLKAVK ., I'' ton.
NEW TVILIX'OX OIMB9
1 !..! C9.
invention, nau,: k
: , ..a Tl?
ih the vwla
Trsd Hark la bass 1 fi I ot sv.ry an.cl.luc.
SILENT SEWING MACHINE.
Send Postal Card for Illustrated Price List, Ac.
TVillcox & Ciibbs M. Co.,
'Cor. " 158 Uroatlway, w 1 ora
UNION JACK REVOLVER.
l'a'ei a.'i F shot.
t,.i tjtrirn tit,.!
rir..-.t. U. .U .
jnel -f -( !s'r. 1 aj.
thtiiiiH-t tin 'At't
rata) f-v-iiw, 7
'. VWI'l Hilt -IH
thtt..-. e-sl s-- '. iit i. . ...nt.. .
I B. If;-:. -l.r
It. -T"r. -. m r Mi l. S V eir'r.'.jr Ii
jvir ii Mai mil I ill t i;r-k'..i. siv
i $10O. REWARD. $100.
VJSI Tra MOritTAOIIK ern1wd co s .skkhS f.-si
, ..nylon tin r-t roi, .kd . mm
T. 1 1 Inl'irr, nr win ls-leU l". Fre br "..l 10
T .1 ail soslod paeVsrs lb eenn, r th-e. f eeo's.
A. L. 8MIT
HITJi tX.. A. fslsuae. Ilk
Pold hy Watchmakers.
Ky mail. 3c. Circiilers
e. J. S. BIRCH A Ct
Vley Street. New Verk.
f 1 III 11 BH Itii I T H.
-s- ' J SJ. "5 A
MERIDBN CUTLERY CO.
R3celved tho HICHE6T
Taa "TA7tx Iverr " IUf m-t Tajtt-t &d-s.
MANUFACUTBE ALL U RDS O F T
Vjf. "1 tlLaajsaV'A MJta.fl.rV OI .OS tSs. aL..wS m -.w - ks si i-j ffj,
vnewn. Tbs tiiassv jqeg...---. i.-.-.m styo-.. y..s.;.s,
Arwsvs eaU I"T " TraoeiarK
rtsairrsla Catlsry, and iy in.
ATIIIII The only sure, remedy. Trtal packaaa
Bstt la taa Wcr'.l. i
ham a gi.ws su n.. Pv. r
&tf a week la Tour own town. Terms and S outfit
iOD free. H. HAlXETT 4 CO., fortland, MaUia.
Asojois. COS. YOiHtK. CO..m.Lomu,Mo
Week to Agents. i0 OuifUfrm
P. O. VICKliKi, Augusta,
J A C A VF.FK
I It Ns.san M., ew lor
RPIIAI If Pn7shot$3l.?0stjl. V1.Cal.ftn.
Ii L I U L I L II Wbsttiin Gun Wocia. Cbiearo,IlJ.
s. F A to A
TlaW J Uataloane
dsjr at home. Fsmnlet worth $5
hriNHoii A to..i oruJiu,iLaD
XKXN ItrliPvml. 'o meJicine. Book
Iree. U. J. WKII, Maditon, Iml.
it a -rrxrriisw., i-t i
IJ 1 ItXvikiJ A .
J J.iire.-n. Dooutoii.jS. J.
Frult-drler HI. Dries l'O I'.askets daily. I.nnilM-r,
T..1. .. .... t I'l. f. 11 V ll.tl.... I I. r.l.n.l II.
TTe i n' P,
eJ Kuler. Sles.me. I'i
f.-nt ) Trice
mail 23 rents.
Austin Ml "g t'o's. Xu,
t. utter and itlott.-r t'omb'd ) M S
th st., rinla.
?H a ILt'.. rhexp f,,r rsi.li, patent
A. I'll m wii,i suisuie. iiaetul :irtlcl
II. i Mi.1,
J 1 n tloiiies lice y Insil.
UMSJEV A '.. a K.SKt I Ith Mreet, New fork.
or FITS cured l v J)r. Ilo V-pllerf'
AdJrci., J1KIIS., I. II HHO.ND,
liimt-uiu,. in. a.- r.,. ),, rn
;EXT8 WANTKI). Tweulv Mounted
Chroinos feral, i'sauit-le- 1-v ina;l, ..-st ruid, Xtc.
(JontineDtal t'hromo to., 37 Nimait St.. how lork.
WATCH KH. A Great brnsatlon. SampU
Watch and ilfU trrr in Jjtntt. Better than
Address A. -M'JVI Kit sft tO Ohlco.
Free. 11. M. Arthur btnfiVn
Essily msftewlth onr Htenct
I, ins Fultol Ht.. N. T.
heck ontnt. t;ircniars
a 3 car lo Ajrent. OnfU mnd
25 .sAi( iinn fr . Kor trrms ad
drva. J W'ttth d Co., Hi, Low Mo,
A FOllTUXJ JeVa'u"?.?.".-:
cu kwp lli'ir ftwn rminm I. Adilrni-,
J K .IAI .., Jlcboken, N. J.
A noiVTII. Ait:nta wanted. M boat Mil -ina:
arttclea in the worbl. On aampl fn.
4)UUUAldreHa J4Y UKONOX. Detroit. Mich.
lb I 3 Wmm Sat vy"n' l'irt-T' "tlrmtrir.l. JS.'V unt
i mi i ii r'"' Jl I"' -'in itm'l f. r rw. P 'tt.tr.-
't-J CftlUar-ic frve. J. II. '. l H I, ; .V .- i
DAIMT lo yonrowi fAITI' ACK
rAIll I al'Oro:irnwiitKiariK.l. W AV
in every citv ai
1 IKt to .fnhit T
i cit v and co it nty . fend tor ci
inv. - 1'iamond tt..
1" I All I LU iH'rmniinil failr : mcntt :
UTrn-vim t.i -..i rt ..id.
M 99 0'IIM'f - ja.n-a )- ,- t i 'III an I j .
" Inioit Itnliflrlal Worki.' n. iMii.it,
The teboc, & ?ate::c- City atarics'-,
ral Calendar. Journal, and 8 Sample Plant. ZH cf-..
J. UlUilVi:s. bee, Box 8J7. ratcrt.ua,
t'iLc.$A Print, tin rieMM.'..V. OnllitA TretM HH.M.
lL- Vou a if A mi-riiH timid A' -if- inker the let
h K w. t w v i w j vita rn tig
fS''-! 'r ''"'l tHllf flT HtloKU lo
I 1'. ' ' H'k-on. i'i K 1)1 D IJ I J I "I. , ("11111, Oi (I F.
mblniitton of t HpltaV New
nmdH of opertlttar in to k. J.oam
f P-ualtl. Irtlilaur.
pIh tiMtorv rirriilnra. wnt a'rw.
Broker. .Is tiro ml M.p.o.nox S '. n.t.
li AKTrsa Kr.AD. MrCnrley'a relebratrd JaT
rrolitic 'oftin fMed ttrentlv ioirroed aud aold ai
red uted price. Kor rMrtirnUr", addre,
W. 15. 1ti'AliLKY. Wmoiia. Mht.
Prof. If nil1 Ma! Ctati4i
im lhe on I r prr (Miratiuu. our pc k mgm t w hlr n
Will trc the lM-onl to rnw Uiitk nd (
on the fni'Mithett Ucc (without Injury) in 31
d-y in every c or money rhrrtnliy re
ftind-d. SA Rrfit vrr nurVn-j-, ppiiJt 8 ful
Mcetit. t- W . JONK8. AdiUiid, tliN.
The cholrct in th world I inportra
prieef Lu i ivent 'oinpnTiy in A merlra
Ktu ide article plenM- every lod Trade con tin Dully
imieHhiiig Agent vaulted ever here bt in
fitjri'ment doti t wuntn tune u nd fi.r Circular tw
Uor.ftiKT WcLLa. Ve-ey tt.. N. . V. O. lliut, V
A B 0 OK for tne MILLION.
MEDICAL ADVICE M&iMZ?Clz3.
S:urrh. liui-re. l,iuiu ll.li.t, Jc., hh.Vi lt -n rccc.ji
tamp. A'1.h.'s. .
Ir. l..,.i l)l.t)n,.rr No 15 N. SH... tit.Louu..
ytr.fi totrsvel slid sell lo Dealers our
new tiiilireskni-le trlsss liimi ers and
lamp yoods. Ma rllll.a. rtnisry liliersl
paid Monitor tilass Co., JA MuiiiM..( Inclnuatl. l
business perniHIicnt. n oei t- travel a el"ss
YlliM S r.S ai6.rifirw na,r,.H
up ib.p., wllk B.ll IdjaMms B.ll
'in nsK-r, ul.eu ltair M " p
i tin. 1 ik. bif . obiM is. ball hi
testlnea luat .a a parson
presses back ta in-
would with the flns-r
Ucht p-Hifi tt.. Hb). is aJa
ear.lv d.v sui bigbt.
SBS . rvllssl s-.r ..nsin. 11 u my.
a.r.bl. sed chstr. ssnM.Tlii.il It....... ir.".
srQGLJXJjlTCJSi TRUSS waisnsni si.v."
"IT 8KLLH AT SICrllT."
FK!K LESLIE'S lTlW()iilHL BECISTER
Is the only complete. Pictorial History of the CVti.
tennial published. A viln III tool II psnoi ma, l.VVW
large enur jvine, iranv of lliem b a it's br ai1
In. bes. Atrul. Wauled. Address A if-ncy I
pst tment. r 11 A Mi I l l,l K s 1-l lU.lBlllSU
11DL SK. IW Pearl I in t. New Vol a.
bill : it nt yiippoMtories are
Riisrnnti-e.i to cure nny a-.
found III the l iiited Mst s.
Mipposltori'-s vi ill be sent fi .
fereron recceipt of twetttr
slid rnrl;it.. It. - iib.r prt.
niKi rs BitVN, :
of Tiles thst ran be
A s.m.ple box of the..
bv mail to any uf-
Tit.. to prepsy postatf.
I. .blr..s Ir. s.
brund att. Ji -y
!. 5 ;
Xot OM. Imi Ti-Nlv-fl nml .Ipprovcif
OJ- 'I' '11 ITii.M.
h'tnir GtiJ' Hi 'f '''", -s I Wl. Mia. Hurt" I filter.
1 on Vie f '.';. i) f - I T' i ii "i"l Mt intra", II. (XI
Jfonuhfl'l J'ii::Iia iiuil I'a St ml. llir JUimUJfiht bil
I'nnrr'l.'- .'"'o .' ('''. 1.IK. "nr (Juirt
l.il'r -I.V5 Tl't'fr Ih.ua. l fd ill I'arxtm't I.iltruni,
ft ntts ,"-l M. Tlit '.( Vi' Stttiff, 21 ri,i.,!.lt.
Tliril.lKHI I'rirr stm lr,,r, ,li, :i.l. Tur Vanuj
llanlr. I nil . M' . tilo.ns free.
KtiMlOii: l. II K V A- ., I'nlilUlierw
Tlie ItMt Trnw without
pay rail lrl-e for all fmt do not smt.
Price, sinKle. like cnt, a ; for both sides 8. I"n
by mail, posl-psid. on rm-eipt of price. N. H. Thil
Truss will cure inor Kuptnr-s tli.in altvof those los
which ex travnas ul clniuis are imi.Ic. t trrnUrs Irvei
Psmeroy Truss '.. 71? l.rou.ls hv. hew VorL,
THE ALBION MILL,
H. rt. Nt:i l ICV. aupl.. '
KA8T KlLtilNOl.Y, CONN..
Oflern f"r anle tin f'dlnwtnf rniirh inerv , purt rnn
ni ri tr r Taa VHHIipr I.m pfrn, iHeiiOlv
nitl. if ft ! Knalikti aiwritrr. I
Uniwn l-'.nwliaatt .ji-,:ri. (mi M ra.
jLowilta, lie 1ltCMHllt4 NM-Oln
r.tWH ion if r nix:.
From tlie folloaini; varieties: l.ivlit and dark
llralilii.-is. I.uff. 11. 1 1 1 ..!-.. I.-., s slid while Cochins.
whits l.eul.ori.. V. K. I k f .ai.lsi IJsnies, ;ani
llantanis. llotKluns iin.I liile t l.il.s ..ese, s.l from
l-retiiiiiiii Ion Is Also, Tli- r.'UKl.l.r.-d l .-rkshire
1-iss for sale. Write VV. I,. Itl'.lll.
Ilie.n I Ity Fmiry I'eultry 1 aid, .nemi.ins, lenu.
MAZARINE BLUE GLASS."
For ritt-Htive purpoNCH unfl MlfnulHti (rrowtli
if iui-il ni f fft'inl'lo I f- Kk.tinf ut'ij Mii1
pmeil )'Y faVuMftii r.iaioiii''ri, nml I. in rrt tiftcni
Hironi pHii) in m( h .ur( -ha. I.lnfttrul (oiart
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