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FARM AND FIRESIDE.
How to Make Your Farm Rich.
An important item in the profits of all
good farming is the increased fertility
and value of the farm itself. During the
years when money wai plenty, and the
juice of land was pretty steadily ad
vancing, this item was always reckoned
sis constituting much of the profits from
holding land. Large tracts were bought,
and either poorly tilled or left useless,
waiting until the improvements on ad
joining property enhanced the value of
.-ill. This is still dene in some wetttern
Mates, as it is pretty sure always to be in
the settlement of new localities. But
the profits on the increase in value of
lands from the labor of others than their
owner have become very precarious. In
old, settled districts, land left alone does
not increase in price. Even at the west
the laws justly discriminate against non
resident owners, taxing Buch lands so
heavily as often to force them on the
market, and nearly always enough to
take all the "profits from holding. We
have therefore got down to "hard-pan"
in estimating the price of real estate.
Whatever increases in price is made must
follow a real increase in value and pro
ductive capacity. Land is, and will be
henceforth, worth whatever sum it will
pay interest n above the cost of pro
ducing the crop. This may be unfavor
able to land-owners who rely on specula
tive values for their profits, but it is just
what ia wanted by the real working
farmers of the country.
While we may not look for a large and
midden increase in the speculative value
of farms, it is certain that improved con
dition and greater productive capacity,
resulting',from good management, will not
fail of their reward. The farmer who im
proves his land by heavv manuring, un
derdrawing where needed, and clearing
it of weeds, has this decided advantage,
that he does not need to sell in
order to reap the profit from his enter
prise and forethought. Judicious im
provement of the Boil is always worth
to the owner a good deal more than
it costs or will sell for. Very many
farmers can increase the productive ca
pacity of their farms $100 per year by
;(J0 extended in judicious underdrain
ing. Whoever does this in New York,
has for $300 added more than $1,400 to
his working capital. In those western
states where money is worth ten percent.,
an improvement yielding $100 yearly is
worth ten times that sum to keep, if not
to sell. Wherever possible all the profits
of the farm should be yearly invested in
i mprovements such as these. .Nothing will
or can pay so well as increasing the pro
ductive capacity of the soil. On poor or
wet land, all the labor of preparing the
jrround, planting or sowins tne crop, is
IKwrly requited; while, if the land is
improved, as it could and should be, it
will yield a profit. With a crop of twelve
bushels cf wheat per acre, nothing is left
after paying the cost or production. In
crease the crop to thirty bushels per
acre, and all the surplus above twelve
bushels makes the rental value of the
soil. In one case the land is worth noth
ing to hold on its present condition for
producing wheat. In the other case the
land is worth what the price of eighteen
bushels of wheat will pay the interest on.
These figures are only approximate ; but
they show clearly enough the principle
involved. Other conditions will modify
the re.ult. Land that produces thirty
bushels of wheat per acre must be kept
up to that productive capacity or such
chopping will speedily decrease the value
oi lite iana iar moe man tne pronts. un
the other hand the owner of poor land
may be doing better than his richer
neighbor, if the farm of the first is con
htantly growing richer and that of the
other less fertile. As a rule, however, it
is perfectly safe to aay that poor land
tends to grow poorer, while, except under
bad management, rich soil is apt to in
crease in lertuity.
It needs a good farmer and a man with
plenty of capital to take poor land and
build it up into a fertile and profitable
farm. It will take years, besides a good
deal of money to make poor land produc-
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nve huh luuuvaoie. 10 poor man can
axiom 10 ouy eucn iana. ue needs a
farm on which he can at nee begin to
make money. This reverses the usual
course : but it only shows that in farm
ing as in everything else the poor never
do or can make so good bargains as their
richer neighbors. Solomon said thou
sands of years ago that the destruction
of the poor is their poverty. It is just
as true now as when uttered, and is
especially true in tannine
Too much land " is the great obstacle
to improvement in American farming,
Increase of land increases labor and all
expense, including taxes, while it does
not always increase the production.
Many a farmer who has bought an ad
ditional fifty, or one hundred acres,could
have realized far more of profit and
pleasure from the investment of the
same money in improving and beautify
ing his original farm. A thousand dol
lars will not do much in our eastern
states buying more land ; but it will ac
complish wonders in underdraining,
manuring, destroying weeds and repair
ing fences. Most of the improvements
will pay for themselves in two or three
seasons at the farthest. No matter bow
low the selling price of land may go, its
value to own and work will alwavs be
fixed by its productive capacity. What
ever judicious improvements are made on
it can never ail to secure their just re
ward. Cultivator and Country Gentleman.
RUSSIA AGAINST TURKEY MAP OF
Number of Era Per Annan from (he
Principal Varlellea of Poallrjr.
After repeated experiments with the
different varieties of chickens, and com
parison with others who have expeii
mented in the same direction, I have
concluded that the laying capabilities of
the principal varieties are abeut as fol
lows: Light Brahmas and Partridge Cochins
Eggc, seven to the pound ; lay 130 per
1'arc Brahmas E&gs, eight to the
pound lay 120 per annum.
Black, White, and Buff Cochins
Egs, eight to the pound; lay 115 per
Plymouth Rocks Eggs, eight to the
pound ; lay 150 per annum.
Iloudans Eggs, eight to the pound
lay lot) per annum.
La Fieche Eggs, seven to the pound
lay 130 per annum.
Creve Cteurs Eggs, eight to the
pound ; lay 140 per annum.
Black i?paniah Eggs, seven to the
pound ; lay 140 per annum.
Leghorns Eggs, eight to the pound
lay 100 per annum.
Hamburgs Eggs, nine to the pound
lay 150 per annum.
Polish Eggs, nine to the pound ; lay
12a per annum.
Dominiques Eggs, nine to the pound
lay 135 per annum.
Games Eggs, nine to the pound ; lay
iju per annum.
Bantams Eggs, sixteen to the pound ;
lay yo per annum.
I regret very much that I did not
keep account of the cost of the food con
sumed by each variety. Fanny Field in
Beat Breed of Kheep.
If you intend keeping a large number.
or expect them to rough it lor a living
then tKe the Merino cross, it you in
tend giving them all the grass and grain
they can eat, and keep thirty to fifty in
a hock, (Jotswolus are a valuable cross,
1 here can be three Merinos, or crosses,
kept where one full blood Cotswold can
be kept. Three Merinos are worth more
lor mutton than one Cotswold. They
are worth just as much per pound, and
will bring as much per pound when as
fat. They are just as easily made fat as
Cotswolds. The Merino mutton for
American palates is better than Cots
wolds, as it is far belter marbled. The
fat is well mixed with the lean. There
are no great bunches or fat, that no
American or Englishman, long i this
country, will eat. It is a waste to the
consumer, not the producer or butcher
lne Merino carcass is smaller, and so
much the better suited to home con
sumption. A family of average size will
get through with a .Merino mutton be
fore it ppoiIs. while a lareer carcass will
last too long in warm weather, when the
use of mutton is so acceptable and
specially desirable to working rural
Merino rams sell by retail from $20 to
f Si) thoroughbreds, good, strong, valu
able to use on wool flocks, and well worth
the money. Extra fine rams sell for $40
to $50, and higher. Rural World.
I wonder if it has ever occurred to you
how much nonsense there is in some of
the pretense of excessive culture in which
it is quite the fashion er lioston to in
dulge, and pessibly it isn't confined to
our city of notions. 1 was in Loring s
one.day, three or four years aco. iust
when the "Ouida" fever was at its
height, and a knot of bright people were
discussing the books and laughing at
their sentimental immoralty. A young
person, evidently Jrom the remote
suburbs, entered upon the scene. One
of the young lady assistants approached
her with a view in assisting her in her
selection of a book.
"Are you looking for any in particu
" I've not made up my mind. I want
something classical ; I never read any
thing modern, standard classical au
thors are all that I enjoy. I'll look about
So she was left to herself; but pres
ently the conversation of the " Ouida "
disDutants commenced to interest her.
and she raised her eyes from the copy of
Comedis," which she held in her hand.
"Suppress Ouida,' not for the world :
she is too amusing," said one.
" But think ot the harm her books
" I don't believe they do harm : they're
too overstrained; any one, even a young
person, of sense, would be struck by their
ineir tendency is all wronsr ; I don t
believe in hot-house emotions.''
"She is dehchtfullv wicked, but I
didn't think she would have anv irf-
fluence; I should be shocked at the evi
dent looseness of her ideas it her man
ner of expressing them wasn't m ridic-1
Dante was incontinently dronned.
Classics had no more charm "for the in
tellectual young suburban. She beck
oned the young lady attendant mysteri
ously one side, and in confidential whisper
said : " Please give me one of the books
they are talking about, the wickedest
one there is."
. .Some one says old maids go by the '
name of " wilted lilies " now. Probably
because years agone, wnen certain voung
men aked them, "Wilt thou!"" they
LIE WITH YOUR HEAD TO THE NOKTH.
A German physiologipt states that the
heating of the earth by the sun causes
magnetic currents from the equator to
each pole. Such beine the case, persons
who sutrer from sleeplessness should pay
attention to their positions at night, and
lie in the direction ot these currents,
Restlessness and want of Bleep result
rom lying across them. The head to the
north is the best position to the west
the worst. Physicians in chaige of hos
pitals attend to the directions in which
the beds are placed and with the best re
sults. THE SPREAD OF EPIDEMICS.
According to the most recent re
searches, certain microscopic organized
or liviug bodies constitute in all proba
bility the specific poison or contagion
which causes the spreading of epidemics.
When ever there is a fresh outbreak of
an epidemic in a locality, the first case is
sure to be in connection with a like case
in some other locality. ThiB fact, the
result of extensive experience, goes far
to demonstrate that contagion can only
be produced by self-multiplication and
not dv any chance of coincidence.
J. C. Bucknill, an eminent Lon
don physician, who has made the study
of the brain a specialty, remarks that
" No one brain is like any other brain.
Either through the force of inheritance
from the parent organism, or through
the influence of education or other modi
fying circumstances, every mind posses
ses such a peculiarity of the individuality
in the relative susceptibility and strength
of its organs that the same disturbing
influence never produces in two brains
exactly the same pathological effects."
AX INCH OF RAIN.
The following answers the question
What is an inch of rain ? An English
acre consists of 6,22.610 square inches
and au men deep ot rain on an acre
yields 6,272,640 cubic inches of water.
which, at cubic inches to the
gallon, makes 22,622.5 gallons; and as
gallon of distilled water weighs ten
pounds, the rainfall on an acre is 22t,22,
pounds avoirdupois ; as 2,240 iounds are
a tori, an inch deepofrain weighs 100.i!3
tons, or nearly 101 tons per acre. or
every 100th of an inch, a ton of water
tails per acre.
The chemical properties of butterine
properly, preparea irom ox-suet, are
almost identical with those of ordinary
butter, the only difference being a few
per cent, of volatile fatty acids forming
butynne in the true butter. 1- uily 90
per cent, of both butter and butterine
consists of the more liquid fats common
to both, lhe butter, ia tact, is prac
tically the animal fat passed by the cow
through the udder in the milk from
which it was manufactured; while but
terine is made from the finer part of the
iat wnicn tne ox stored up in its suet
Both fats are equally cleanly and whole
All the planets move in what are called
ellipses or ovals, differing not greatly
irom a circle, uomets ot short known
periods and those of long conjectural
periods move in very elongated ovals.
whose longer diameter is many times as
great as their shorter. Those which
have been known not to reappear move
either in a parabola., which is a ellipse or
oval infinitely elongated, or in an hyper
bola, curve something resembling in
form an area of a circle whose center is
infinitely distant. In the former case
they may really move in ellipses of enor
mous elongation, and may. therefore, de
scribe a regular orbit round the sun in
hundreds of centuries.
CAN BIRDS COUNT?
T . i 1
mature prints, unaer tne neadin&r
given above, the following letter, dated
Magdalen college, Uxtord, which tends
to increase our estimate of the mental
capacity of the feathered tribes:
have olten. savs the wntr. "nrfirH
that crows crowded on Sundays to a cer
tain place, where, on the seventh dav. a
menu m miiie was in xne naoit oi
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amusing himself by placing a quantity
of broken biscuit on his window sill. He
had time for this only on the Sunday
morning, and during the week no food
wax so presented. We noticed that on
the Sundays a crowd of birds came about
the window, whereas on other davs no
pecial sign of excitement was visible
Sad Ending or a .March Child.
Rudolph Feuerestein, a painter by
trade, registered his name at a hotel in
Lawrence, Kan., one night, and was
found dead in his bed the next morning.
There was a letter on the table in which
everything was explained. " The candle
gives no time for details. Valise stolen
on the way from Ddllon to Kansas City,
I at L. and K. .Ill net inn whiln cntiniT atin.
per. Tired of living. Struck a streak of
bad luck on March 11, when 1 was
born. Another March 1, 1S55. when my
father died. Another March 20, valise
stolen, and hand in my checks this night,
THE SCENE OF
American Cotton Goods for Export.
Thjere has been a disposition to pooh
pooh the idea that our American manu
facturers can mannfacture cotton fabrics
at a ccst which will enable them to com
pete with English producers. The sta
tistics, however, tell a very different
story. They show that the quantity ex
ported is not only large, but that it is
increasing at a very rapid rate, lhe
official statement of American exports
for the first seven months of the hscal
year 1576-7 show that the number of
yards of colored cotton goods exported
in that period was 12.225,502, and of un
colored cottons 43,731,233 yards; total,
55,956,735 yards. For the corresponding
period of the fiscal year 1875-6 the num
ber ot yards of colored cotton goods ex-
perted was 4Jlo,71b, and ot uncolored,
27,652,606 yards; total, 32,168,322, show
ing an increase of 23,988,413 yards during
the last seven months, compared with
the corresponding period ot the year
before. Ibis, says the lioston Journal,
shows that whether or not New England
manufacturers are able to compete with
the old England manufacturers, they are
doing so, ana moreover the increase in
dicates that the cotten fabrics of America
are finding favor in the markets where
they go. It may further be presumed
that the manufacturers of New England
find this trade remunerative, else they
would not have increased it nearly
seventy-five per cent, in the period above
stated, lhe diflerence in wages between
this country and England is not so
greatly to our disadvantage as it was five
years ago; but our belter machinery,
cheap power and greater varieties of
colored cotton goods put American man
ufaeturers on an equality with the En
A Wonderful Natural Curiosity.
A natural curiositv of an extraordi
nary character is to be seen at the mining
registrar's office, Sandhurst. 1 1 is placed
on a mantelpiece, and the visitor on en
tering the room and looking in that di
rection sees a small but very pretty and
cleverly executed landscape painting
some six inches square. The foreground
represents a grass plat, in the center of
which are two small ponds, out of one of
which the water Hows in a small stream
toward a patch of rocks. A little dis
tance beyond the ponds is a farm house.
at the rear and side of which is a row of
tall poplar trees. Light stratified clouds,
with a dash ot blue, completes this pic
ture. The perspective is almost perfect.
and thp lights and shades are remarkably
well brought out. Ihis is particularly
seen in the cluster of rocks, which ap
pear to have been drawn by the hand of
a most skillful artist. Closer inspection
or tins pieceol work reveaJs to the aston
ished oulooker that it is neither more nor
less than a piece of slate rck, on which
nature s hand alone has developed a
pretty rural scene which would not do
discredit to the brush of Buvelot. This
curiosity was found on the (Marshal ton
reef; and the rock, on being broken up,
split in such a way as to leave the face
on which the picture is represented con
vex. The various shades, tints and
figures appear to have been formed by
the trickling water, containing iron, be
tween the seams of the rock. Bendigo
A Legend Abont Coffee.
There is a legend about coffee a legend
in which a pious Mussulman used to get
sleepy during his devotions, and so he
prayed to Mohammed, who came to his
aid. Mohammed sent him lor advice a
goat herd, who took a hint from his
goats. He observed that when these an
imals ate the berries of a particular tree
they got frisky and excited bounded
about all the night, in fact. The Mussul
man took the hint, ate the cotlee berries.
felept less, and no doubt prayed better.
lhat was the legend. Ihat coffee,
however, was sold in the streets of Cairo
toward the end of the sixteenth century
is not a matter of legend, but history.
In tact, it was not only sold, but it was
forbidden to be sold. An Arabian histo
rian recounts that in the year 1538 a
cafe was attacked by the authorities, and
the customers who were found on the
spot hurried of to prison, from which
thev were not liberated till thev had
each received seventeen strokes with a
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stick, for the encouragement of others!
And. in fact, this raid served the purpose
so excellently that five and twenty years
afterward the town of Cairo could boast
of more than two thousand shops where
coffee might be bought.
As a gentleman stepped into a drug
store and called for a glass of soda-water,
the boy at the fountain jokingly asked :
Will you have a ny in it 7 ' "Ye,
sir," said the man promptly, lhe boy
scooped one off the wall, and dropping
it in the sirip, drew on the water and
set it down for the purpose of continuing
tne joKe, out before he could withdraw
it, the stranger seized the glass and swal
lowed the beverage, fly and all, remark
ing as he wiped his mouth. "I'd 'a'
swallowed that if it had been an ele
phant, rather'n have a boy with no hair
on his lip git the best of me."
YOU SAY CONSUMPTION cannot
be cured. It can, by this new principle,
new way, Dr. J. H. McLean's Couch and
LuDg Healing Globules. Therhealing gas
generated when sucking them being inhaled,
stops tabercula irritation and cures Coughs.
Colds, Hoarseness, Consumption, or any dis
eases of the Throat or Lungs. Trial boxes,
by mail, 25 cts. Dr. J. II. McLean's office,
314 Chestnut street, St. Louis, Mo.
We lay before our readers a map of
that part of Europe which will be the
scene of opening hostilities between
Turkey and Russia. The eyec of mil
lions of people are likely to be directed
to this part of the world for some time
to come, and the result of the conflict
will be looked for with eager interest.
The map, obtained by us from the New
York Tribune, will afford food for study
to those who desire to keep track of the
two armies, and who wish to be posted
upon their future movements. The first
line of Turkish defences runs near the
right bank of the Danube river, from
Chervetz to Silistria, while the Russian
array occupied Kischeneff, a railroad
town between Odessa and Jassy, as shown
on the mae. The second line of defenses
at which the Turks are intjenched is in
the Balkan range of mountains, and
there they are strongly fortified, and it
will be difficult to dislodge them,
as the country is rough and un
broken and forms a great rampart,
which will have to be surmounted be
fore Constantinople can be reached. The
map also traces the two boundary lines
of Russia one before and the other
after the Crimean war. The Danube is
guarded by a Turkish fleet, which will
co-operate with the land forces.
"A Mother" sends the following ac
count ef the way in which the little ones
of her own and a neighbors family are
amused and cultivated, which will be of
interest to a large number of our readers :
It is quite easy for grown people to
amuse and entertain themselves and
each other during the long winter even
ings, but a more difficult task for chil
dren. To be sure they have blind man's
buff, magic music, forfeits, parlor cro
quet, and similar games, but a friend and
I have hit upon a plan which has proven
very teiicitous in many ways, and which
our children like very much indeed.
Everv week we have one eveninc that is
called story night." On this evening
each person present tells a story, made
up tor that occasion, or gieansd from
readings, inevoungest members onen
the entertainment, then the next oldest
and so en till the fathers, mothers, aunts.
uncles, and visitors, it any are present,
tens a story, lately, since the children
have been in school, they frequently
select poems from their reading books
and recite them with appropriate em
phasis and gesture, or write out a storv
and read it. The evening spent in this
way is quite the pieasantest one of the
whole week, and is looked forward to
witn anucipative preparation by every
member of the two families. If anv one
chooses to sing a song, or play an instru
mental piece on the piano or organ, that
:s gtaoiy accepted in lieu ot a story ; but
no one is exempt from contributing
something to tne common lund of enter-
taiment. It is wonderful the improve
ment manifest in the ability of the
younger ones, too, in narrating events
and handling characters. We manage
the anair in such a way that there is no
feeling of embarrassment with even the
youngest, and as everybody must take a
part, each is kindly and forbearing in
criticism, and ready to be amused and
entertained, by all the rest. Tribune.
Southern Ante-Uellnm Policies. .
Those life insurance companies which
did a large business at the south before
the war, nnrt that the recent decision of
the United States supreme court on the
forfeiture question is of immediate prac
tical importance to them as well as of
great significance to the business gene
rally. This decision, it will be remem
bered, was to the effect that, where the
payment ot premiums was rendered im'
possible by the breaking out of the re
bellion, the assured can recover fiom the
company the amount of reserve at the
time when this first payment became due
ana was not paid, together with interest.
Demands upon companies for the rav-
ment of these reserves and interest nave
become alarmingly numerous throughout
tne south since that decision. JSone of
them are now resisted, and in the aggre
gate a very considerable amount of money
will thus be disbureed. At the outbreak
ot the war insurance companies having
southern risks congratulated themselves
upon their good fortune in having the
reserves on those risks thus suddenly re
leased to them, and all of them appro
priated the money, without dreaming
that they weuld ever be called upon to
return it. Ot course in a large number.
probably in a majority, of the cases of
insurance no demand will ever be made
uoon the companies for a return of the
reserves. If tae policy-holder died sub
sequent to his unavoidable failure to pay
his premium., his heirs at-law. and not
beneficiary named in the policy, can re
cover the reserve and interest. South
ern papers would confer a benefit upon
many old poiicy-noiaers or heirs of de
ceased policy-holders throughout their
section, who may not have heard of the
decision, by informing them of the above
facts. rhila'JUlphia North American.
March 24 to 25, 1877, if morphine I
bought at Kansas City is anj account.
I am sorry I cannot tell my whole his
tory: it would be worth $20,000 to
somebodv ; but the time is orer."
Ihe International Cotton ConTeiition.
The chairman of the united cotton as
sociation, of Liverpool, having notified
the president of the national cotton ex
change of the United States, that the
international cotton convention will as
semble in Liverpool, Jnly 11th, and in
viting delegates from the national cotton
exchange, the president, Mr. John
Phelps, has notified the cotton exchanges
of New York, Galveston, Mobile, Sa
vannah, Charleston, Memphis, Norfolk,
and St. Louis to appoint each one dele
gate and one alternate to attend such
convention, it being: of the utmot im
par tan ce to the cotton interests of Amer
ica that the exchanges should be fully
represented on this occasion. Nine del
egates are all that American exchanges
aru cnuuea 10.
Sir John Lttbbuck publishes
entitled "Ancient National
ment?" in which he relates the story of
an insn 'nobleman wno, wishing to pre
serve the remairs of O'Neill's castle at
Castlereagh, directed the agent to build
a wall round the field. The Goth pulled
aown tne ruins to make the wall.
Portable or Cempoallloa Rooflnffa.
There is probably do article jf mannfacture
'so universally needed u & reliable low priced
roofing, which can be readily applied without
tne aid ot skilled labor, and in no other direc
tion has so great a want been bo inefficiently
supplied. The results of experiment with
leits, cements and other compositions nave so
far been anything but satisfactory. K uraeroua
so called " cheap roofings " have been pro'
duoed, advertised, used and found worthless,
In view of there facta we are clad to be able to
speak favorably of an article which, from our
own knowledge and tne testimony cl some
oi the most extensive and beat known nianu
facturers and merchants in this country, has
proven a reliable and economical gubstitne
for the more expensive kinds'of roofing. We
refer to II. AV. Johns' Patent Asbestos Hoof
ing, the the manufacturers of which make no
extravagant representations, but claim it to
be the only reliable portable roofing in use.
and from 'careful inquirr we belive their
claims are well founded. This roofing is pre
pared ready for use, can be easily applied by
unskilled workmen, is adapted for steep or
flat roofs in all climates, and when finished
with the vhite fire-proof coating forms the
light eh t, handsomest and coolest roof in the
world, costing only about half as much as tin.
Samples, illu-.trated catalogues, price lists,
and any desired information can be obtained
from the H. W. Johns' Manufacturing Co.,
patentees and sole manufacturers, 87 Maiden
Lane, New York. This company hare re
cently completed a new manufactory, the
most extensensive works of the kind in the
world, and have reduced their prices to a
basis which place their goods within the reach
of every one. They also manufacture liquid
paints, all shades, which are guaranteed
equal to any for general purposes and the
most durable for outside work of any paints
in use. In body and richness of color the
Asbestos Paints surpass any we have ever
seen. ire-.proof paint, an economical sub
stitute for white lead, costing only 75 cento
per gallon, (or the protection ot lactones,
bridges and other wooden structures against
fire, is also valuable for the class of outbuild
ings, fences, etc., which are usually allowed
to go nnpainted. Roof paint, steam pipe and
boiler coverings, steam packing, shenthings,
linings, cements, etc., all of which can be
relied noon as beinr in everv resnect aa rep
resented, and we advise our readers before
purchasing paints or roofing, to send for sam
ples of these articles and compare them with
Tbc Wlae Coorao 1m BlteoBaailam.
Rheumatic patients who have been induced
to submit to depletion by blood letting, or to
take colchicnm and other drugs of an equally
pernicious character, will consult their well
being by abandoning such insane procedure,
and using as a substitute Hostetter s stomach
Bitters, which will infallibly afford thera the
much desired relief, and is absolutely safe.
This benign vegetable depurient cools the
blood by expelling from it the inflammatory
elements which give rise to maladies of a
rheumatio and gouty type, and rectifies dis
ordered conditions of the stomach, nervous
system and bowels which usually accompany -I
them. As rheumatism has a tendency to
attack the heart, the desirability of an early
resort to the Bittec is obvious, since the
danger is increased by every moment of
Dr. Wilhoft's Anti-Perioiio or Fe
vebasd AorB Toxic! Wilhoft's Tonic has
established itself as the real infallible Chill
cure. It is universally admitted to he the
only reliable and harmless chill medicine
now in use. Its efficacy is confirmed by thou
sands of certificates of the very best people
irom an pans ot tne conntrv. it cures ma
larious diseases of every type, from the shak
ing agues of the lakes and valleys to the rag
ing fevers of the torrid zone. Try it ! It has
never been known to faiL U. K. Fini.av &
Co.. Proprietors, New Orleans.
Llft-at, Well-Rotae Blaenlt, Bread.
Cakes, and pastry digest easilv and conduce
to good health. Good health makes labor of
all kinds easier, and prolongs life. Dooley'S
Yeast Powder will always make all these
productions light and wholesome. It is war
ranted to make better, lighter, sweeter, more
toothsome, and nutritious biscuits, cake,
Dread, etc., than any other baking powder.
Ixformation worth thousands to those
out of health. Self-help for weak and nerv
ous sufferers. Facts for those who have be,n
dosed, drugged and quacKed. The new
Health Journal teaches all. Copies free.
Address, Electric Quarterly, Cincinnati, O.
JVADIE AXD t.TLr.IEW,
Write to Dr. Miller, 416 Spruce street. Phila
delphia, Pa., stating the nature of your dis
ease, and receive a letter of counsel and
advice free of charge. Fifteen years' hos
pital practice in Europe and America.
Have you inflammatory sore throat.
stiff joints, or lameness from anycause what
ever? Have you rheumatic or other pains in
any part of the body? If so, use Johnson'
Anodyne i(n-fW,internauy and externally.
To deficient secretions of the aliment
ary canal may be traced many an attack of
dyspepsia: use Home Stomach Bitters, when
the lormer win oe promoted, and tne latter
pass away. 1'repared by the Home Hitters
Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Many persons Buffer with sick head
ache, usually induced by eostiveness, indi
gestion, Ac. Such persons will find relief, if
not cure, by keeping the bowels open with
small doses of Parson's Pvrgnire Pill.
A Positive Ccre fob Rheumatism-
Dnrang's Rheumatic Remedy. Send for circu
lar to Helph"'n A-Bntly,Wa8hington,D.C
DcRAjra's Rheumatic Remedy never
fails to enre rehuraatism. Sold by all druggists
Rheumatism cured at once by Durang's
Rheumatic Itemed y. send lor circular to
Helphenstine & Bently, Washington, 1). C.
Bukkett's Flavorixg Extracts.
The superiority of these extracts consists in
their perfect purity and great strength.
They are warranted free from the poisonous
oil and acids which enter into the compo
sition of many of the factitious Irnit Savers
- .i 1 ... , er
now iu iuc uwikt'i .
Oats ..ot.m. ..... ......
Bacon Clear Sides......
Good Ordinary ........
Buckwheat, 19 buh.
Cattle Good to extra $ 4 60
5 00 .
Fair to good
Sheep Good to choice...
Common to lair
atLOUff eaeaeeeeeaaeeaee eeeeea
Uay 15 oO
Potk 17 0
Molasses. .. 45
Whisky- 1 02
Cotton .. 10
ClOwUTaai sew " !
Wheat Bed and Amber
OaVwal nsnn nassnsl eeeeee eseaea
POwTaCaMCtW a eeeaea
Bacon Clear aides.........
Potatoes Irish, bbl
7 75 (3 8 75
... i io a i lax
60 (J 62
60 ( 63
17 00 ( 18 00
85 4 00
1 76 (sA S 00
6 00 6 60
1 75 ( 3 00
1 13 m 1 15
10 (A 1014
11 $ nx
8 60 a 9 60
60 (5 66
1 75 2 00
1 75 & 2 00
1 75 2 00
W 1 (8
f 7f0 (g 8 CO
49 (5) 62
41 & 46
16 00 16 60
1 60 (4 1 65
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-TH AE Or kEAMON."
The boy that went to the mil on horse
back, carrying the grist in one end of the
bag and a atone in the other, when reproved
by the miller, and told to divide the grist,
replied that his father and grandfather had
carried it that way, and he, being no better
than they, should continue to do as they did.
Similar, or equally as absurd, reasons are
accounted as sufficient by some to warrant
them in indiscriminately condemning Dr.
Pierce'a Family Medicines, even though
there is overwhelming proof that they pos
sess the merit claimed for them. For many
years the Golden Medical Discovery haa been
recognized as the leading liver and blood
medicine in the market. Each jear baa
brought an increase in its sale, and it is now
used throughout the civilized world. Thou
sands of unsolicited testimonials are on file
in the Doctor's office, attesting its efficacy in
overcoming aggravated coughs, colds, throat
and lung affections, also scrofula, tumors,
ulcers, and skin diseases. Are you suffering
with some chronic malady? If so, and yon
wish to employ medicines that are scientifi
cally prepared ; that are refined and purified
by the chemical process employed in their
manufacture; that are positive in their
action, and specific to the various forma of
disease for tne enre of which they are rec
ommended, nee Dr. Pierce's Family Medi
cines. Full particulars in Pierce's Memo
randum Book, kept for free distribution by
After an experience of over twenty
five years, many leading physicians acknowl
edge that the Grarfenberg Marshall's Uterine
Caihotcum is the only known certain remedy
for diseases to which women are subject. The
Oraefenberg Vegetable Pills, the most popular
remedy of the day for biliousness, headache,
liver complaint and diseases of digestion. Sold
by all duggists. Send for almanacs. Graefen
berg Co., New York.
Fair, Square Offer
DOYS OF AMERICA.
A brantifnl lnrr RaixM pMKnffteAITCTf A WAT
tomrw aacr1bcTif this p per m KRKK 6IF"I
No persooa but boaa-flria Mbaer1brs of tbi jovrl
in entitled to tbi premium. The ume fMnkotfa will.
tower. m ToTWavrricd to penoM not-pftimu m taw jour
j oaJ for tfae ram of $1 .
cat out tnia coupon ana Kail it.
Oa receipt f tbt coupon tad end to vJ
prew or mail id ehftrfea, we promiM w t4 ones
subscriber of Lbia paper a one Ivory Hand tat Pea
nife. a Ad ret Jinei B Drew CT
Importer of Floe Cutlery,
860 W. 4th St.. Ctntl, X
Tbla le otir OBiLT PPORTCNITF
taw beautirnl premium, aa this adrerUaemeat will ftot ap
pear la taia paper agaJa-
MEXICAN MU8TANG LINIMENT.
FOR MAN AND BEAST.
Established 39 1'ears. Alwaya mrm. Always
ready. Alwsys handy. Has never yet failed. Th rty
tnilllons hare ttlrd it. The whole wurld approTea
the loriou old Muatang the Best and Cheapest
Liniment in existence. ?.' centa a bottle. The
Mustang Liniment cures lien nothing eise will.
SOLD BY ALL MEDICINE VESPER.
I.ASE A BODLET CO.'S
STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES
AWARDED GRAND TK1ZE Ur
$200 00 W GOLD
At the last Cincinnati Industrial Exposition. Send
lor circular giving details of the famous trill.
THE LANE & BODLEY.,
John and Watrra Slrrcf a, Cincinnati,
John P. Dale A- Co., Aaent. Xashvitle,
W Wat are yoor ci(vmatanaa.Sn !Y ret ? A re t hey
a turred tongue, dizr.iuetfs, headache, an uneasy
Htoniflch, oppression altpr eating, pain between the
ahonldera. constipation? If no you are dypptic
ami bH ion and not hint? will meet yoor case ao effi
ciently aa Tan ant' Kflerve-went Seltzer Aperient.
For Bale by the entire drag trade.
T HSuhI? J: A N D
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Send for Pamphlet of tha Reliable Barlmgtoa Real.
Aoiircis. Iird CcamliiicTer.S. f IV p. E.
I fc a BTSLniOTOS, IOWA.
N THE UNITED STi
Maize Flour Toilet Soap!
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A arrt fli-Toverv; a new soar
. often ami whitnattieekin. hi
hm wonderful healinir
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for the hath, nursery unci sfueral to let It iaactisbt-
ty perfuut mI. ami eld evervthr at a moderate
furtiirerH. McKKONK, VAN UAAGKN ftCU.J'liiU.
price, lieffiateren in pateni-nmro. iv ne nami
Worth of Mnaie
Ipurlnir lhe Year.
I-very nuniher Iihh et pn?ft of Mum Sc. an I Miiktral
puinrK, PHt-irnMN, rinoT-aif. ieitera, Ii fi(tna, .,
etc. lbi 'l Kir Klefanf Premium Volnmr
Y ree teverv Milmrnlwrat a I SOiivfiir snH .
ur in ii imi in uim-.iT it. ioriiHmpie,t.un iaM eon a;
OI r.t . ui ins. Afiiirc--,! Miorru dc .Otll lUCHIDall, O
Bewt jn I . HmIIr. ( With i n..
ami every thins appertaining to
nn.iaran.Hi jvnwevt lric.fiar
Ins the hit wetst Mock and tinetU
factlitiej for nianufartiirina.
mnfrn run oe promptly nifea.
wna arrniin iimm inoiee rlteap
THR IllLLian ( ft- an illtia.
t rated newnpaper aeut fre on
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BIB(.Kai.Hiiperiortoall others. With invaliiaMe 1
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J to repair.
e Airimtc wanted.
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ia vemiB the Hllla ftiwl VlkwKtmu wrw. "TKm ir a.il.
est, ana oiy Truinrui moowu 01 (oid an
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an MtDUtrM. tllnmtm Urmhnar avaaal
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Natural Wondeis oi this anost remaxkabl cowt-Wtuerwlft,
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ikilinGTssr, Dobl Scaaerv. iamiiM Oorcea. etc
Illuitrmte! with 97 Fine FntmHnn nA , wt Vm.
"y ii raewMieiiierBa, rr koc poatpaaa, d
JL first year in
for tha money lender. In
treat paid aemi-annuallr
rear in advance. BecuritT 4 to la
time the loan in land alone, exclusiveif
the buildings. (Present catb value liv
worn appraiaera.) No investment safer. Mo pay.
mente more promptly met. Beat of re fere ores givea.
Send stamp for particnlars. D. M. B. Jotiawlei.
Negot iator of Mortgaa Loans. St. Panl. Minnesota.
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Pit Plu. L-dlvajfm-T8t Hinand Drnj (l-platd Collar
Kerf of Klirant (ioul Htona Mtmv BnttoiiB
riinim, fx-nta wiaHHTrvi mien kQin ana iter ot Three wna-
t rof rMi4 ft,r QQ emit.
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r.itr-?i riafA. Kftw York.
I COLLINS &.C0'.S CirTtSTcS
vovn Annores ron
212 Wavre St NEW-YORK ClTvS.
Woodward Ornamental and Fancy Alphabets.
Four parts just published, fifty ceoUewch, postpaid
Woodward's Artistic Mmg Stniies.
Haas, f'frana. Aataaala. Laadsraaes
Twopartajnst pulilished. Fifty centsearh. post paH
WOODWAKD'S I)ESHi.S foi the FEET SAW.
Two parta just published. i fly cant each. post paid
Order tree cataloaTU by postal card of Art, Archi
tectural and Kural books. .. W aacj tvau-wl.
rublisker, ISO C hambera St., New York.
. aavu uvivuu;
fl COU tHDER i
W J : S -
i At, 'oi. a st rn
I Viarl oivAti H.. lin wiw
Purifies the Blood, Reno
vates and Invigorates
the Whole System.
ITS MEDICAL PROPERTIES ARE
ALTERATIVE, TONIC. SOLVENT
Mr. y. B. fcTivrNf;
Drar.Sir I will niofft theerfuUy atlcl
my testimony to (lie great nu!iilr yon
have already received iu favor of your
f:rvat and jrowl medicine, etin,
or I do not think enough ran be said to
it praine. for I troubled over thir
ty years with tlmt dreadful dineai.
litpflls that it would Heeuis aa though
never would breathe anv more, and
VEiiETiNE butt cured me ; and I do ftel
to thank trod all the time that there in
ho good a medicine aa Veof.tinb. and 1
nlno think it one of the het medicine
for cough and weak, ninkiag fxelinK)
Ht the atomach, and ad vine everylMnly
rrYj. ino v euetink. for I can afuntre
cgcLUIC them it ia one of the best nidiciuea that
ever wan. mm. t, liUKIt.,
Cor. Magazineand Walnut Hta.
Mv daughter ha received crcMl ben
efit from the une of Vkuktikr. Herd,
clinin? heatlh whs a noiirre of great
anxiety to all her friend. A few bot
tle of eivtinb restored her health
strength and aprctit.
Insurance and K1 Kitate Act.,
ISO, 4V ISeara' Huilding.
Cmari r.TON, Mar. If, lw.9.
II. K. Sratrwa:
Dear hir This is to certify that I have
used yoor " Mood Preparation " in m
family for eeTrrnl years, and think
that, for Hcrof iila or CankeroiiM H unioi a
or Rheumatic nftVctiona. it cannot t
excelled; and an a Mood purifier or
spring medicine, it is the l'tt thing I
have ever need, and I have used almost
everything. I can cheerfully recom
mend it to any one iu need of such a
medicine. Vouis reeneeitully.
Mrs. A. A. I'lNl-MoKK,
No. l'J Ruesel Street.
II EART I LY.
Hotth Boston, Keb. 7, 1870.
M a. Ktf.vius :
Dear Sir I have taken several bottles
of your Vrr.TiN. and am convinced it
ia a valuable remedy tor Dvpppia.
kidney Complaint aim general aenuiiy
ol the eypsem.
I can neartuy recommeuo n io an
uttering from the above complaints.
Mrs. Ml'NKOK PARK KB.
eti Athens Wtrect.
ly H.R. Steyecs, Boston, Mass.
Teretina ii Bold br all Druggists.
7.2Q PER QUARTER FOR TEX QUARTKHS.
njASON & HAMLI
M CABINET ORGANS.
BIGHBfT Awards at
Paris, Vienna, gantiago,
I8S7, 1.71 a. I87SI
OSLV OM1RI AMMKIst Flfttt Ri AT CaTFTHMAl.
Gral 9rittf mf ttflrt mi prittt whvk ttoulJ b mcMiA for
ei atmlbs of .v;r cash rsticBSt
Five octave double reed organ tfel Afj
with tremulant, XJJ
Five octave organ, nine stops, Oi 1 A
with voix celeste -1
Sfd 1 r.t for monthly or mwarttrtp mmtnU, r raW until
Ttmt pmp0. A tuperior mrfam map oe purchattii bp Iht tup
pnymttUtJ' per tfumrttr f ten quarter $. i'utlopue free.
MASON 6 HAMLIN ORGAN CO.
1M TranMBt 31 'ii L'nloa Sq. ;j.iffib.h Ao.
B06TO2T. NIW YORK. CHICAQO.
A W A K D K I)
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Dextsr Emery Grinder and Polisher, $6.
TbewMaelilars warns tl la every reiperl
fend for Clrrnlar ani Illustrated List of Designs
of Brackets, frames, and fancy Articles.
Every Family Should hare a ttelln-
ton a Aetrnpater.
Are Ytir a siitwcribertnany? If not then dlsclisrge
that IlL'TV NOW liy aiihsuril.ing to thai good
old reliable 'amily Journal.
Prlre, M.e a jrar, foal war larlaalHl.
Nora In cIiiIm, of five or more siil.arrilers, tlie
price ia azI.IS a Yearearli.
Ita aeed'tliouglita for Sunday arhools, "News of
hurclie,M anu tlie "Work o our t'liurrh.' at
Home and Abroad: its I orro-.ponden.-e from all parta
of t he world : ita able rontriliiitiona from eminent
men. and its editoriiile. make it one of lhe t hen.t
and MnHt Valuable Kamily ycwspMi-ra in the
It w ill roufain f at freouenl intervale i Seruiotis b
ttev. lir wa.iwortn and other ek.iuent iIm lne., anv
one of w-hirli will amp' v pay for the siibecriptioe. Send
ine amount ov nai-oinie in'.ev order. rna-K, oi
regiatarea-letter to TIIK PRt tiHV i P'.KIN.
I9I3 Oiest'.iit fli'-l. I'hila
WasHiKHTOii CrKTKMxiAL Hrsctt u,t ill. addi
tional, plain; or 11. OO in r.dors.
fpeciocen t -opieaof Tle Presky lerlaa sent free
horr.-ror I t.AO we will give Tne Tarsal tfrm a
one tear, and one corr of the HI BI.K TION A KV
bouud in cloth, over ldno pages, which retails for SI Aw
This prevalent affliction is generally looked upon
as a trivial matter, jfl elora grrmt sniaeAte-.
. f. . 11 caeraoa woue aoaorptlon contlnnea.
AU ImpnriUea are left In the bowels to be absorbed
In the blood and poison the aratem. Drorlneiniir dva-
ppsla. headache, piles, disordered action of the
acan,uver ana moneys, bolls, fever, rheumatism, tc
Prrmnnently core chronic constipation and ail
me ins tnai result rrom a wani or proper stools,
i ncy poaaesa tonic, alterative and cathartic proper-
ties and will rceulate the bowels when
medicines fail, prod ace appetite and canae the body
In. In solid flesh, cold everywhere. Price
Office 35 Murray St. New TorV
DR. WARXEU'S HEALTH CORSET.
With Pklrt 8appertr and
Secures Hbalth and f'oiironTOf
Boilv, with Ubacb and lisat'TYof
Form. Three Garment In one.
Approved tiy all nhyaiyiana.
A i K N T M WANTKT.
Sam pies by mail. In I'ontH, S2;
Sattean, II 7B. To Airenla at
25 centa leas. Order size two
Inches smaller than waist mea
sure over tbe circus.
Winer Bros. 763 Brotirray H.T
KERR'S ajHIRT only onaquality The Best
Keep's Pateut Partly-mad Dreaa Khirta
Can be finished as aaay aa hemnnnc a
Tbe very best, six lor 7.u-
Keep's Cnstom gliirta made to meaanre,
The rery beat, aix for ..
beet, six for . .,... ,
Bt t of aenoin tiold-plat ( cllar and
ittons in with each H doa. Keep a Hliirta.
hirts are delivered KK.K on rec eipt of pnt:
An eieiraiii t
i . .... ,.r.l, I ..U,n noexpreaaeliarirea to pay
sam.w with full dirwrions for self measuremeut
Heiit tree to any address. o stamp mm red
Heal directly wilhtli Manufacturer ami get Bottom
Prices. Keep Manufacturing Co,.l 1rt-er tt.. Y
TRUE iwwsoLDwsnLr. TUK1crJK1KFra
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TT;. .. . mm mm. 4 M .T a.lM W. MMf 01. M : J h. CH..1m.M
gS. tT- sS" -" -..aa. EiaaJ;.. smimm.-. .
1 shot C3.00, 70 atylaa. IU. Vat. fr.
Wester Guh Wohxs, Chleao, Ilk
a f r a week In v-
our own town. Ternia and Outfit
2DD free. H. H ALLi-TT CO
J.X3&OHiTJT T!T.y JLU J. tJi3.
Will go one-third further than addlteraled or short we l,t kind-. IJonsiiiners may obtain hi a tin
powder of grocers : or send cts fori lb. (an to IliiVAL BAKIJiU I'liWliKR CO..N. Y..h;
aad raceiT it, postatre paid, by return mail, with retypes
woaLae-enald.riTretnrnm.il 1 1. m-i im
Cakes. Lorn Dread, jeuuids, eic. eoiaonly In nil Cans.
V I aiiei "
how I a mvvin
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Catalonia and Hamnle PEEK.
ELTON AtH.. IIONaaaauHt.
,, rw Yora.
A BAY to Agents. Hamele free. tS-Mge
Catalogue. L.V LKTCH K ft. 1 1 Per t..tl V .
C C fft CO fl tver dT n0ID"- Hamplea worth It
4 J IU J) t U If- bTmaoa a Co, .Portland, Maine
M Bennty Land Warraali bought. Highest
cash price paid by tJitaioaa A Co., Washington. I. V
1 CTUII 1 The only sure remedy. Trial parkag
Ad I nMArnw. IMITHNI(4HTTleveland.O
V Great Chance to Make Monny. Good Agents want
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S 5 lO $ 1 0 w Aainu "h
rk for a II. terms free. O. W.
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O 1 IJ pense.
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tfoir.nl In'trinn Prim !" Tar Trll-
u)Ujqi nuuuu riiD.DH
Made by 17 Agents In Jan. 77 with
my l.'tnewarlli lea. Samples free.
Addreaa C. M. Injl, Cktrafv,
a year to
k. fhiril rr ml a
Kor 1 itiim art.
Ureas, J. HurtA A Co., .ir.U.v.t.Mo.
4 CKSTH WANTKD. Twenty
Chronios for l. 2aaniptes I v mntl. postpaid
t ontineutal Cbronin Co.. Jl
SOf in Rnb
KND KOK C
bbrr T.v j. Hainps A Itiildier Goods
II H.I.GKH!,I.l..i H y K. T.
d) Om A Month. A '
Ik articles in the w.
(JJJU dress J A Y BK
. Agents wanted. BAbest selling
MONSMSN, Detroit. M'efa.
orlfl. ae earn pi rr.
a t Tin KM. Great Henaatlon.
WaUX and Outfit frM to AmU. Bettor thaa
Address A. t OVLTKIt CC Uoleaao.
c. keep their W. J.
OH! Agents, oh!! evervfcodr.
The) visual rhr Preleeiec,
oiilvZX ta. Circulars free as air.
V H. Harrows. W lllimanlic. Ct,
An eiBbt-pape ftory
! "Our l'.os .' ' '. nn
m on tha
fi " free
... h-l.... 1 I " pl.n.nuil All rtS.
samples. Al.tlM. Ho I.VIB. Hoeton. M as.
HIlt HOI.IaK KIT II O I.I !-.
Noap counted out ." Ask voiir Grocer l"r lat fff.
fret sample package. I r on dli'l H, !',
Agents Iu the tre.o- wanted. - H A M lKN MAN F U
CO.. 4l4i;ttr KNWK II ST , M:W lllHh.
91 KM to travel and sell to Ilea fere our
niw unbreakable g ass chimneys and
ll.mp eooda. fco lcMIItsT. Malary lli-rai.
bn-iness nrmai ei,t Hotel A travel g es pepa-t
aid. Monitor Gl o iiM Maui bt..t tticinnan.v.
We ear Obi I
4oldty MatchuiakeiH. Hy man ;ic- i.-irruiara ire.
.1. S. BIIICIIA C.. 9Wy Mie. t, New York.
Men to travel and tiike ordere of MeT
,i.,,i Salaiv WI2IIO a year and all
truvline ev r'iim paid. Address
at. .n Kisn i g
St. I. "ills. Mo,
AND WABItA!T. I
them no matter
ow mutilated or inreravi. yi V"""" V'iiV
Adoie4 a. w. is-M.i.
VW'tn ft.. Cine tmiati
seventeen etiea: con a.
line is money Take-rlgM
h , I.I of it! CINCINNATI pAPMl
i.k m P ci .. 11. Itvt. IM. Pearl Mreet. tor. r.ln
'III featatk J ?!ca ti'.T toft.1
loral Calendar. Journal, and I ".ample plant. KJ
j. GKEIVES, bor-. box f7, 1'alrso
Ketlable and energetic men to rep.
resent the undesigned: in inia conn-
iv. Sal irr. Il.lllll per year. a-
dress, with references and stamp. I NTKH N ATION
Ah MAN'K'G CO.,4fa Broadway. New loik.
,1 l.K rHH'KI Pl I'THT HIMIkM I an ara
will n.iy Biimh nw ."
.w (W-llnr." ". Fowl," or IUl.lr r-ll
and re. r .. Mil-H forrrtr. hy Teal.
trrWorM." Ilrir..ra Cl., (ih I..!" pap tat
FW-riitrr.) or l.y HKO. I . It I KIWia.l. s.iiw, saa
av aa XV.. hnioe.t In the World I
I CAOs prices Largest Coaipany In America
.....I. .rtirle Dlea.es every ldy-Trade continually
increasing Agents wanted every where-l-est In-rtucementa-don't
waste tlnie-a.-nd lor Irriilar l
Koar.ar W ill. O Vesey St.. N. Y. P. O. Boa.
Prof. Hall'a Mads
is the only preparation, on. parsagaat abwi
win torce me nftra m bi" '" --A
on the sm.withr.t fare (withoul lig
fund.d. 36 cents le-r p.rkure. postpaid'
Mc.nta. 1.. W. JIINKH. A'hlaad. Mas
. . . i n r... r . tT mnllM C II r-
BUIwnAM-S t..S7 .NKW BOOK
on roiTiTSY "II aw le Ualae
Fowls and ( crva for Ma rket,"
Mailed for 25 cts. and 8 centstanip
bytiKO. P. Bl'KMlAM P.t). llo
i:il, .11 el row, Mnwa.
u i.d by Dr. Beck'a onlj
known and sura Remedy.
for treatmeut until cured. Call on or aadieaa
DR. J. C. BICK
113 Job Street, CI5C15HA1 OBIO.
The Big -lorn Cold Rf ffion. uVZItt tXZ:
mont route to th "Hid IIORS," lonvea Haw line,
Wyoming Territory, from the loth to the th dav of
May.l77.Kawllnsison the I nion I'acltlc railroad. IZn
miles from th Dig II- rn Mountains; good roads. plen
ty of luel and water, and every facility foroiitnuing.
Hediiced railway fr.-e. Kvery Information liirnished
on application to K.'eriillve 'olnniltl lee, Kawlins,
Carbon 'o.. Wyoming. I nrlope .tamp for reply.
SI Per IOOO reti
heaper than t oal l.a e
-tcr than Kerosene-
Indoised by leading Insurance Companies An
Automatic M a. hine Kaslly handled-Adapted Io
HwelHnga, Factories. churches. Htoroe, B. It. Depota
and iifhca Kroni a afogle burn-r upwards Nothing
I ke it in the colinf rv H.-nd f..r illii-lrat.-d catalogue.
Til K Sll A LKIt ,M NI KA TIHIN'J CM..
P. t). Bok X'.'J. No. 4 Murray Ht., Hew ork.
Erery Year "Yon Lose""'
.M.netha.v one r.i.ts - Ours alw ays right No pay till
teatfd and suited No rii.k.we pay I 'eight - He our
own Agent and Save CoiiiiiifNsf.iiis Four Ten He.'
Nealea, rruirfer I none U-t ler I Se. ,lrltrrrH. r-en'l
for free Price list all aire Hraleaaudjudge for mirarlf
JONES OF BIN G H AMT0M,
lll!S . llITf. Pi. V.
Tne rarqunar separator
1 r A ti t:TH II .1 ! if: Ifor wnr
Work days of god
tv Prof. IIKKHKKT W. M'lUIII'. .M V. I
The fireat II lalory ol the orld Ih-Ioiw A dam. Ha
lat.lc. orient. I. lit liar a d In slern.iia chanues in
bec.-inii.M: a f'l ab. le for n.ao. rite Iteaiitin., a on
.l.-rs and rcelitieeof I'. an m shown by aci. ne.
plain, clear and easily lin.l.Tslood that all rei.l If
with' elieltt. ftronirest coliiilo-IHIHtiolia. end for
circllliie, Tel ms and Smpl. I ll il-t al i.-ns
Address, J.i. si 'it i.i't a '., rniiaiieipiiia.
Osgood's Heliotype Engravings.
The eholeenl houn liold ornanirntt. J'riee
One Dollar raeh. Send for ratalofve.
JAMES It. OSGOOD & CO.
Pt thera n h lln.e lnHfr Tl4 IIt
hhould rrfl tli d ha It im IU nrfi
DtBtsrd. It In iiwlirat'l ty n hm fcitig r.-URti,
pntriK Id tli" brut, 1 r ffl r n J t f tnf lil"u. or oppr--ioD
of tli? Inn!, irthin t P''rnilt-1 to run mi,
tubffi-J'H il I Tin ii'I rouMuniptifi -IM l th"
reault. A ni'l . lnaM rfinfy til 1 f n o-l tit
AIIpii h I-Ofir; Hh J-jni tti rure aii'I rhrr h thl rU
tii it flrivt luir'.
w'or dm ly nil Wed if iu IVmlt-in.
"The Best Polish in the World."
GREAT OFFER ! Zr.'lrS"
(mBOM. tf WO rltMM OK.Wjst, nw ami
wond-hawil nl flr.t-.-li.aw rn.ltrn laelwS.
Inn H ATKKVal laaerprleesforeashwla
atwllssirnfaoe tm let tin I II paid for lliaer
,,r.re offer e-rt. WITKH BAMlWlallK
sail IfSIUIIT f,a,0J a 4M4ilN ' l
rlaSlallhrlr!KWMM VIIH sail -HOIK
l.tit.7 ds . not nwn m yesr." a - iwiswi
llrraa a.MI. 4 Nlnara Wl.Vt. 7 Mtoaa !. fWlwaea
a;i IO Mloais laaiw.fa MlsMlll.e nws.ssl "V
m mmmr. It. B..f a irfler nml wai raaf.4. I.v
ral enalTravellRK tKTS W M'Kll.lllse
to ItarhT.. Minvtrrt, 1'k.r'j". 'le. srl
ale at half nrler. IIONAI K vV tTI HK
a0iN. yiaiaiailavrture-ia. tMwailttb fairer I.
krw a srk.
or THK. MOST rKOMll r
STATESMEN of lie COUNTRY
WILL WllITK KOK THK
Erarta. Blierman. Key. tV-hnri. Morton. Blain.
Foster, Ind'im. and othera of eoual note, contrib
ute an article .lnriinr Hie year. ...
ybr Hah; laMiera nr. written exclusively fur
"tIh? Best aud f'heapeat Paper fn tha World.
Nperlaaea i'oflea teal rree to any address.
Bead Postal. Address
BUDK." Toledo. Olile.
a slay at home. Agents wanted. ufit and
rae i Kiir. a tut., aimusia, Maine
WIS.J nHITIKU Tl lwr.RTIai KM.
pleasesay saw lhe adrerllseneal
la this paper. at. N. I'. l
for m king lb ceiei.rauwi n leunw ""'"V
f..r m-k ina- f be celel.ralea Vienna ui i, mi.iw.
Jn writing, aiaie niim jmi aww uu. ."
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