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. "iiu liuiH-s nave iteen eicU-u no-
u"ics-jMiiiic hy the I tali I irilatnrc.
"M. iiiiiidnd and twenty men resi.inr
in comities in California ow n 3,1 40.000
iHi.Vt cniiii tlie eliiM at eehool it Uk-ul
r i ic oram; nor at the taMe it is bad
jvi me promaeii.
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j m ineiimati restaurant.; where vork U
w lavonie diet tlie err of Mierox-oiies
fi kt lll-n I It t. 1 . -.
u ; is in am earl v and late.
i wo men at Mink Grove, M'rfcrlit coun
, ia.. ntiit lrom the heart of a ierrtlv
sound tree, nearly four feet in diameter,
several lift from the pround. a air ofln
Iiaii mot-casing in a good state of pivservn-
TnE Iowa Lejnslutnre ha? enncted alaw
Jiytllist liatrCT?e-liiahr. The lx-lialtv
lor reekles.-ly injuring liiijrjpipc is a line of
hoi n-. .. man sixty dollars, nor more than
one hundred, and imprisonment not
cw.-diii thirty days.
Iiik oldest stove. prohaMy, in th' United
oiaies i-1 mat . wlneli is still m use at tin
' apitol in J.'iehtiKMid, Va. It was made in
Knjrlawl in 1770, and was sixty years in
the House of iJursressea in Virginia, lnv
Ion' it was removed to the Capitol, w here
u nas ixrn Mr ttnrtv years,
'i- , .
i he man w no answered an adverusi.-
inent to the follow in eft'eet had his curi
oity satisttefl : ' It vmi w ould learn to
make home happy m-nd fifty eents in post
ajr' stamps to A. Ji.. ete." I pon receipt
f postal "Tamps, A. It. replied, " Vour
home would Ix- more happy if you were
. iivtjiieniiy mere."
i he New Orleans City Railroad reei-nt
Iv sunk in the river a liasr eontaiiiiiir 17,000
oiintei t.-it nickel coins, the returns of one
year s business. Tin? railroad eonnmnies
have ottered a reward of J 1, Out) for infoiiii-
auoii wlm li w ill lead to the discovery and
j'uiiiMiiiifuioi i tie eoitnterieiter
A form of the potato disease which has
prevailed tor several seasons in certain
ii pjirtments of France exhiliits itself in a
lNi'itliar weakness of rowtlj in the shoot
wmcn attain ineir usual length hut are
wanting in thickness. The lirst leaves are
also detective, hut the tuU-rs do not iipin-ar
io oe uiseased nor atteeted in quality. A
lun-iis is assigned as tliciiue, hut further
mvestiition is needed on this point.
A moiu:i: I'ythi;is on a small scale wa
found in a Brooklyn police court, theothci
day. Alfred Schwartz; was called, and i
man stepped up hrisklv, while thojmhze
ichu me .-nare. vt ncn lie imislicd, lit
frlaneed at the supposed .Schwartz, and
iwasn t the man. "I donjt w.mt vou,
faid the jude. "Wall, vou see. jut I ''e,'
answen'tl the substitute, " Mr. Sliwartz
lias the toothache, and I stand lor him
Hut the magistrate continued tin; ease.
A Torxd man w ho va married in le
troit six months nrn has joined in the dis
cussion ot tlicqucstK.il of tamily economy,
out ms mile roiitriliutiou is Jar Ironi satis
factory. "I do not.'" lie says. " understand
how it is. 1 used to tijrure it out, as I sat
w itn my arm round her waist on Sunday
iiljrhts. and all it would then cost to live
would he two dollars ami seven t votive eents
a week, and now I spend nltecn dollar
and am hungry half the time.'"
vHAKLtlAL KOIt OI XIW. K1C. A cor
respondent of the Scientific American ssiv.
1 he best simple remedy I have found for
Miriaee wounds, such as cuts, ahrasions ol
the skin, etc., is charcoal. Take a live coal
from tlie stove, pulverize it, apply it to the
wound and cover the whole with a r.-i;r.
The charcoal adsorbs the thuds secreted
hy the wound, and lavs the foundation of
the seal ; it ali prevents the ra;r from ir
ritating the llesh, audit is antiseptic. If,
however, you pn ti-r a white scab to a black
one. use quinine instead. This possesses
all the virtues of tht' c harcoal, and is, be
sides, atrinrent and tonic.
The word lady is compounded of two
Saxon words, Imf, or laf, siirnityin a loaf
of bread, and ilia, to five, or to' serve.
Jn olden times it was customary for tho
families whom Ood had bles-ed'w ith atllu
vnce tt pive away repnlartv a portion o
tin-ad or other food to poorf.miilics in their
respective i)arihes and neighborhoods, and
on such occasions the "hi'lv" or mistress
of the l:ouchoM distributed the daily or
Weekly dole. Hence i-he was called the
"laf-tly"' or the " bnad pivcr," and it is
probably from this hospitable custom that
to this day Knjrli. h ladies carve and .
tlie meat at their own tables.
A stranok but well-authenticated case
recently came to In.it at Worcester. Ma
I our years apo a youiifr lady of that city.
xw is years old, visited I lontla. hilt
there she accidentally swallowed a lUan
in drinking a irlass of w ater. The reptile
has remained in her stomach ever since,
causmp her great pain at times, and mak-
inr lite, miserable. Scvtral physicians
have had tin; yomi? lady under treatment,
but to no avail. A visliii."- doctor iianietl
Chantilin ha the ease in hand, j eonti
dent he hasdest royeil the reptile, and hour
ly exects to relieve the yoim- lady of her
torture. He says the lizard miM lie soiih
nine inches in length, and that it has sul
sistetl on the food eaten by tlieyounir lady
,mi yivit it iii accordance wun nerjrrowm.
Maxv years au'O there livtnlat WaMiin-r-
('f'sCiirk on the Hudson a ship carjtenter
w ho w as iroumca to una a prper name
for sloop he had on the stocks. 11 is
Ocihboi-s quizzed him so much that he at
last came to the singular resolve that what
ever word any person should say who next
passed him on lhe roail should lie thenanie
1y which he would christen his craft.
I'retty soon a buy I htchess county wapou
hove ii; sipht. on the front seat of which
Were two farmers in caper conversation.
Who would have thoiipht it ' ' said one
man to the other, and so the poor little ves
sel had " Who would have thoupht it? of
v appmpcr s I nck, ' painted on her, and
there arc elderly jieoplc now livinp in that
vicinity who reiiu'nil r well the sti.inpcly
A few days apo, says t he Jack v llViu;
frf Tribune a wapou. drawn by a yoke til'
lonp-borned Texas cattle, halted on l.a
fayette street. Tlie wapon contained a
pood-lookinp woman, sevi'ii children, and
considerable plunder. A man.a small boy,
and a dop that had run to tail were the ad
juncts. I he parly were from Texas, and
were returninp to their old home in Deca
tur county. An ahicruiifii of the citr w ho
had pasetl many years of his life 'in the
I.one SJjir State approached the wapon.
He said to the woman, "From Texa. I
presume?" "Vos.sir." -Didu"t you like
lhe country ?"' "Xo. sir." "Didn't you
like the climate?"' -O. yes.'' "Did you
have pood health out there?"' "Vt,"
"Wan"t the land pood?"' "Ves."' "How
l.bout the crops?"' "O. we made splendid
crops." "Well. then, ma'am, what m
e;u-lh is your ol'jection to Texas?"' "Why,
sir," she replied. "I couldn't stand the
society in that roiiph country."' and then
she turned to the small boy," her son. ami
cried. "Sam, drive that cussid dop out "en
the dinner pot ; don't you see he's pot his
nasi v snout into the vittils."
fused anions the numberless blade, all
leading: downwards. I mention these dif
ferent plans of meeting and frustrating the
attacks of the ants at some lenpth, a they
are one of the preatest scourpes of tropi
cal America, and it has been too readily
supposed that their attacks cannot be
warded ofT. I myself was enabled, by
usmp some of the means mentioned
alove. to successively cultivate trees and
vegetables of which tlie ants were extreme
ly fond. Notwithstanding' that these
ants are so common throughout tropical
America, and have excited the attention
of nearly every traveler, there still re
main much doubt as to the u to which
the leaves are put, Some naturalists
have supposed thai they use them directly
asfood; ollrers, that thev roof their un
derground nests with them. 1 believe
that the real use they make of' them
is as manure, on w hich grows a minute
spei ies of fungus, on which thev leed ;
that they an in reality mushroom grow
ers and caters. XniuraUntin. Nicaragua.
. After the review veMerdav, the Princess
drove off to the Michael Mannte, where
the Kmixror's Circassian and Cossack
body-guard Went through their feats.
1 hese wild horsemen gave us some scenes
of their nrctlatorr w.irfiirc ..vliil.itino- o
skill and activity perfectly marvelous. One
after another, they galloped by the Princ
ess, shouting tierce war-w hoojs and llrlng
their long pistols and flint-locks at Imagi
nary foes. They" seemed to discharge
their weapons in every position but from
the saddle. Hanging on one side of the
horse until the head almost graHcd the
ground, and taking a leisurely aim under
the animal's belly, seemed the favorite at
titude. One cavalier went by at seed
standing on his head in his saddle; others
lenetl on and oil" their horses with the
case of circus-riders. The manrgt soon so
filled with smoke that it miirllt Well, for
ill we could see. have been some v our. tain
defile, ami the body-guard a band of roblx-r
knights swooping down on some village
or caravan, orou the party of peaceable
travt lcrs represented by tlie (Jrand Duke
N icholas, the Prince of Wales, the Duke of
Kdinburvh, and Prince Arthur. The
.arena and Princess of Wales were there
also, and altogether the wild riders would
have made a irood day's work if thev had
been brigands of the Steiie instead of the
faithful body-guard of the Emperor. Ad
miral PopofV told me it was a line slpht to
see 1.5O0 of these horsemen plat ing their
warlike pranks for miles and miles about
the Imperial cavalcade when the Unmd
Duke ( onstaiitiue was travcl'msr in the
Caucasus. They ahvavs turn out hi lion
or of a member or the lmiicrial family, go
ing through the whole drama of their war
along the road. Once or twice yesterday
they divided and fought a battle among
themselves. Half of them made their
horses lie down, and crouched behind the
iiunials, tlie long barrels of the llint-sruns
pointing In the direction of the ciielnv.
Presently the assailants came ridm out of
the curtain ol smoke With fierce cries,
opening a srlorions fife in all directions,
whirl! rather reminded one of some of the
melees ol our Autumn Maneuvers.
one must have lecii killed.
Don Francisco Yelasques informed me
in 1S70 that he had a powder w hich made
the ants mad. so that they bit and destroy
ed each other. Deprive me a little of it.
and it proved to be corrosive sublimate. 1
made sccral trials of it. and foiyid it most
cllieacious in turning a larpe column ot
ants. A little of it sprinkled across one of
their paths in dry weather has a most sur
prisinp eilivt. As soon as one of thr ants
touches the white powder it commences to
run about wildly, and to attack any other
anr it comes across. In a couple of hours
round balls of the ants will lie found all
biting each other; asd numerous individ
uals will le seen bitten completely in two.
whilst others have lost some of t heir legs
or aniennir. IVews of the commotion is
carried to the formicariuni. and huge fel
lows, ir.eastii'i:ir three quarters of an inch
in length, that only come o;it of the nest
during a migration or an attack on the
ncstof one of the working columns, are
seen stalking down with a tktermined air,
as if they would soon right matters. As
soon however as tVy have touched the
sublimate all their statclincss leaves them :
they rush about ; their it gs are sdzod hold
of by some of the smaller ants already
ailuted by the poison: and they them
selves iM'gill to bite, and in a short time
become the center of fresh balis of rabid
ants. The sublimate can only be used
etlettivt ly in dry weather. At Colon I
found the Americans using coal tar which
they spread across their paths when any of
them led to their gardens. I was also
told that the Indians m event them from
ascending young trees by tying thick
wisps vt' grass, with the sh:-rp points
nownwarvis. round tlie steins. 1 he ants
cannot pass through the wisp, and do not
fcitl oni Low to surmount it, getting ccu-
cluded, before the band disentangled them
selves from each other and retired again to
opposite ends of the wanrqe to take breath
ind measure powder for anot her onslaught.
It wa a liietiircsmte ami inspiring sisrht.
as utterly opposed to the precision and sci-
nee oi modem wartare as anything well
could In-. The costumes, the arms, the
men, and the horses who carried them
in wen' wnti ami strange, telling us ol a
nation of warriors who knew not of bar
rack-yards and schools or musketry, but
who knew right well how to fight in their
own wild way. In real fighting these line
fellows, one may suppose, are not quite so
gamesome as In the Michael Manerie. Prolv-
ably, for instance, the trooiier who rode
with his head in his saddle and his feet in
the air. Would reserve that attitude till the
ay was over, and tin lie might satelv in
dulge in the transports of victor-. One of
the Circassians, a burly mtui iimii a white
horse, was a son of the great Scliamyl. lie
was presented to the Prinee of Wales at
the conclusion of the spectacle. -More
than one of the Russian officers present
wore decorations earned in frontier war-fan-
with such cavalry as those before us.
St. l'cterxburq Letter tu tlie Lomlun Times.
I'se of Flowers.
Many persons fancy they love flowers,
they certainly like thc.retrectivcuse. They
like bouquet, and baskets of hot-house
bloom, they like lloWers to adorn the ief
son mid the table to decorate the altar and
the tomb, but have no nh .(sure in their
growth. The student Ot nat(lrev on tlie
other haink who loves llowers.not only de
liphts in their decorative use, but also in
his own achievements. He sees the licauti
ful blossom in the tiny seed when he com
mits it to the earth, exults in its germina
tion, watches with tender interest the de
velopment of leaf and stem, bud and flow
er, is more than hapoy in fulfilling the con
ditions of growth, studies its habits and )
culiaritics, the delicate organization of all
its tissues, the subtle web of leaf and petal,
and at last when it stands before him with
its crowning glory, he can truly say it has
been to him a joy at every stage of' its A
vance. Such a iktsou is'tirivilegcd to sit
at royal banquets of which the formerclass
nave scarcely heard. Mature is ever true
to us. as well as to herself, and those who
love her much cannot well le false. The
story of Pieciola is only a strongly drawn
pictiireof the pleasure exM-rient'd by those
w no nave a genuine regard lor her work.
Foiidness for flowers is not given to pro
fessional gardeners alone, nor yet to
women, or poets, but cheers the heart re
gardless of condition. It often throws a
bit ol bright color into the poorest and nar
rowest life, and sometimes, like garlands
wreathing a stately column, it adorns the
highest ambitions" and noblest purposes.
We may not become enthusiasts, but we
may have much enjoyment iuourlabort
ind the taste that is slight mav Ix- im
proved by cultivation.
Sad Result of a Practical Joke.
Tills Is the most singular and interesting
niKe in uic world. Situated on the crest
Ot the Ande. itis the hbrhest l.-irm. Iiodv
of fresh water ; and as concurrent tradi
tions point to it as the spot where Manco
Capac, the first Inca, apixfired and woke
the aboriginal tribes from their long sleep
of barbarism and Ignorance, it is the histo
ric winter of South America. Humboldt
called it the theater of the earliest Ameri
can civilisation. On an island within it
are the imposing ruins of tlie Temple of
uie un, ami all around are monuments
which attest the skill and magnificence of
the Incas. There are also, as at Tiahuana-
coaiidSilustani,the remains of burial tow
ers and palaces, which antedate the cru-
satles, and an therefore pn-inearial.
Lake Titieaca is about the siae ot our
Ontario, shallow on the West and north,
deep towanl the east" and south. The
eastern or Bolivian shore, being backed by
the lofty range of Somtit is Very high and
precipitous. The lake never freezes over,
although the temperature of Puno is often
ix8 at sunrise. Two little steamers of 100
tons each do a trilling business. Steam
is generated by llama dung, the only fuel
oi tne country ; for there are no trees with
in 150 miles. The steamers actually cost
Hieir weight iu silver ; for their transpor
tation (in pieces) lroin the coast cost as
much as the original price. A steamboat
company has just asked from Bolivia the
exclusive privilege or navigating Titieaea
and the Itio Dcsngiiadero to Lago Pampa,
with a guaranty of six percent, cost on the
capital and a sliare In all new mines discov
Professor Orton. lhe latest traveler in
that region, calls attention to the fact that
Lake 1 iticaca is not so high as usually
given in geographical Works bv about :fU)
feet Its true attribute Is I3.4!i3 feet, and
ill the dry season it is fottr feet less. This
fact has been revealed bv the consecutive
leveling made in building the Arequipa
railway just finished, which reaches from
the Pacilic to Lake Titieaca. The road
rises from the sea to An-quipn. f,550 feel ;
thence to the summit, H.QiO feet ; and
then descends over 2,000 feet, to Puno on
tlie west shore of the lake, a distance by
the track of 325 miles from the ocean.
Pentlandt's estimates of Sorata. lllimaui,
and other caksof the Andes, having start
ed from the TPicaca level as a base line,
must eonie down full 300 feet. Scientific
TJtE PLEDGE AT SH'XKt POINT.
A l.Vt K OK MKT! (U S K. TOUT AM) lit MAX
liy joiin hay.
It'B all very well for proar.liin'i
Hut iirt-uehin' and practice tton't (fee;
I'm ios.et on virtlie and tcmp'rancc,
And you can't tins It in on me.
Jest toddle iilonjr with your pledge, '.Sitire;
t.t inars what you Want me to sipn;
iH-iwixr.me ami von, I've Dt-en inur,
And l it not take any in mine.
A year alto lat 'o'th July
lot o' lhe boys was here;
We all got corned and signed tlie pledge
Fur to drink no more that year.
There was Tilinan .loy and sheriff McPhail,
And me and A Inter "Fry,
And Shelhy'a ty, I.i-viticus,
And the Holyer's I. ukc and Cy.
And we anteed up a hundred
In the hands ot lieaoon Kede,
Fur to be divided lhe lollerin' Fo'th :
'Monirst Uie bovs that ken' (tie it led ire.
And we knnwed each other ho well, 'S'piire,
Yon may take my scalp lor a fool
Kf very man whi n he sKnml his nuiue
IHVn't f el d ad sure ol lhe iool.
Fur a while it all went lovely;
We iitit mi a job next day
Fur to imtke Joy b'lieve that his wife waa dead,
And he went home middlin' (fay.
Then A liner Fry he killed a man,
And afore he Wa hllnp, Mcl'hail
Jent bilked the tt idder outen her sheer
By cittin' him slewed in jail.
But Chris mas cooied the Sheriff
I he i (renofrs fratlit-red him in
And Shelbys boy, Leviticus,
Was New Year's tight SB bin;
And along in March tne (Jolyeis
(i.il so drunk lhat a frtsh-biled owl
Would 'a looked, 'longoitie o' them two young
Like a sober tcmiwrance fowl.
For months alone I walked tlie chalk;
I thought my heart-would break.
And :dl t .em Ikivs a-Flappin' my back,
And ax'n', "What llii u take."
I never slept williotU dre.min' dreams
(It liurbin. I'earh. or Kve.
But I chawnl at mv nigger-head and swore
I'd take lhat pool ordie.
At last the Fo'th I huiii)ied myselt
Through chores and breakfast eoon.
Then scooted down to Titggart's store.
for the pitdge was on at n on;
And all lhe boys was gathered thar,
And each man bill his S'ufn.
Wntchin' me and the clock, ouite solemn like.
Fur to see the lust minute pats.
The clock struck twelve! I raised Uic jug.
And took one luvin' pull
I was holler clar from skull to boots,
It set med I couldu't git full
But 1 was roused by a liemli.h laugh
I hat niiuht have raised the dead
Tlu ni ornary sneaks had sot the clock
A hall an hour ahead!
English agricultural paper says that BrOnCliltlS, AStlHTia, Sim UTOIJp.
intended for settinir should be stored I 1
As an Exp.Clorant it has No Equal.
Potato Put. Boil the sweet-potatoes,
peel them, and slice thin ; put a layer in a
baking dish (with or without paste), dot it
over with nice butter, sprinkle with sugar
and a little allspice. IToeced fn this way
until the dish Is lull ; then pour over it
milk, water, or cream, as you choose,
enough to soak it well. Then bake
Grits PcdOixg with Amu.-Take 10
apples, pared and quartered, cover the
Ixntom of your pudding dish, spriukle a
little sugar "and grate a little nutmeg over
them ; cover this With Well boiled grits.
.isonetl with butter (as tor breakfast),
then another layer of apples and so on
until the cllsli is mil. 15a ke until the ap
ples are Well done, and eat with sweet
crealn. Good cither cold or hot.
errs intended for settinir should be stored
with the large end down, because the air-
bubble does not soti-ad so much as when
the small end is doWn this spreading of
the aifbuuble being known to affect the
freshness and vitality of the egg. Eggs
stored with the large Cud doWn will keep
perfectly irood fat hatching more than a
month, while the others cannot be depend
ed on alter two weeks
Kice JtlAcAitOxl. Wash and nick over 1
reaeupful of rice : add to it 'A teacupfuls of
boilimr water, and olitce over the fire.
When boiled ill cold Water the kernels lose
their shape, but if lint waty'l" is used the
shape is retained. When done, drain, and
in a baking dish place a layer of rice, then
a layer of cheese clit Into dice, a little but
ter, salt, and pepper, and alternating with
lice and cheeseuntil the dishisfull, having
cheese on top. fill the pai. with milk,
and bjke three-quarters ot an hour,
Chicken SAlao. Boil a nair Of chick
ens. inlnce line all the tender meat, white
and daik, chop the White p:irt of a large
head of celery with a couple of young
heads of letttlce and mix thetli with the
chicken. Boil half a dozen eggs 20 min
utes, nib the velks smooth with a spoon
and mix with them 2 teaspoonfuis ot made
English mustard. 1 teaspoonful of salt. 2
table-spoonfuls of salild Oil or melted but
ter, 1 dessertspoonful of white sugar and
half a pint of strong vinegar. Pour the
dressing over the Chicken and celery in a
salad-boWl, aild gaHiish With the white of
the eggs cllt in rings
Coi.tt Water fok Ixfajits. It is very
doubtful if there is a single possible disease
in which the patient should not have cold
water an tibtfiint. Oil. how the babes olteu
sutler for cold watef-. A nursing babe is
given, no blatter hovr thirsty, nothing but
milk. The little lips are dry and cracked.
and tlie little tongue so narehed it can
scarcely nilr.sC; and yet it has nothing but
milk to assuage its craving thirst. Try it
yourself, mother; when you have a fever,
and we are suh; that ever after, when your
damag is dvmg with thirst, the teaspoon
and tumbler of cold water will lie in con
Don't Tamper with a Cough. rerhaps
in the whole category of diseases to which hu
manity is susceptible, the cough is most neg
lected in its early stage. A simple ceugli is
.generally regarded as a temporary alfliction
unpleasant and nothing more; but to those
who have paid dearly for experience, it is the
signal ior auat-K ior ine most ieanut oi an
diseases Consumption. A cough will lead to
consumption if not checked so sure as the
rivulet leads to the river, vet it is an easvene-
niv- to thwart, if met bv the proper reinedv,
AHen's Lnna JJtdsnm is the great cough rem
edy of the age, and has earned its reputation
by merit alone. Isold by all good druggists.
JIORB man no years nave claused nine
Johnson's Anotlthe Liniment was first in
vented, during which time hundreds of thou
sands have been benollted bv its use. Proba
bly no article ever became so universally pop-
nlue m itk all ..I.,.,-... . r..A.. 4
i i. -i ., v iii iin r 1 1 nr i ri l : 'J lr
Fft.t.s which contain anthnonv.uuinine and
calomel, should be avoided, as severe griping
pains wouiti oe me oniy result, l ne satest,
surest, and best pills are" I'ttrsoHs' Purgative
or Ann-unions mis
WHEN writing to advertisers please menUon
the name of tills paper.
if i rmtinnftpd of th art.Tft nrineinle of root., and
pUnlfl, whlfb are ehPiiiirsHy extmcu-d, - to retain
ALLEiVS LPA'C BALSAS.
Til' Great Medlelii wa First Offered
For Sale Ten Years Ao.
It rood mutinies were Boon made know at home.
ail very ooott lw fame wa. noiseil fur and near : now
it Is aold In rit-nrlr ererr drug store It the flitted
States. No Rlmllar medicine stfind hiir'ier with tlie
people. It in well known oil the I'aeitle. coast, and
even from Australia la"-ge orders are received for il
And throughout Canada It Is well and favorably
Lnuwn. and -old everywhere.
Ministers and Public Speakers,
Who are o often afflicted with throat diseases, will
And a sure remedy in thia HiJatn. I.ozcnecs and
Wafers sometimes uive relief. t;ui tins ral-aw, takeu
a few times, will ui-ure S r-ermaneni cure.
WH1 all th(e alllicted with I onclis orOonsnmption
give this Ualsam a fair trial ? Tin y w ill be pleased
with the result; and confess that Hie SI RE RE.II
EDY IS KOl'XD AT I. VST.
READ THE FOLLOWINC:
What the St. Louis Journal has to say :
Read axd Khflkct. To such a mav desire a rem
edy for this curse of humanity, I onsmiiption, Allen's
Lune itaisam cives ineancnor or npe.
Allen .uni Kaisam nas oeen men ny inonsnncis.
who (five evidence, not only hy writnn; testimonials,
that they Bfve been cureu, but by their physical ap-
Tiie reeommendations this valuable remedy has re-
ceived'from those wiio know the pood it has dne for
them, place Allen's I.timj ltalsam iu the front rank of
the healing and hfe-restorintf remedies of this century.
r.lTld. Be not deceived. Call for ALLEN'S
Lf N'e BALSAM, and take no other.
gTff Ihr'M'Mnns accompany each bottle.
.1. X. ImRKIS Co.,' Cincinnati. ( .Proprietor.
r?rFor sale by all Medicine Uealers throughout the
Why WiU You Suffer I
TO all persons suffering
froin tihenmatisiii. Neuralgia,
Cramps in the limbs or stom
ach, Bilious Colic, Pain In tire
back, bowels or side, we would
say The norsiinoLD Taxace
ixo Fasilt Linimext Is of all
others tlie remedy you wnt
for Internal and external use.
It has cured the above com
plaints In thousands of cases.
Thtrc Is no mistake about It.
Try It. Sold by all Druggists.
for tlie grandest
TOl'MAVS IIKTIONAKV K KVKKV-DAV H'AXTS
coiitainini. -Ii.ikio KKCKii-TS (bona tide iiitmher be
ware hoj-iig Imitations). Intensely interesting, at
tractive anil twel'nl to alt. classics, sai ittir niuiiev
daily to every buver. Sellinit taster than any other
three books combined
m Aire ii I hits aliru.lv s
o vr 2,wt mi. it s! It; patre rlrrular ami terms r.'
lss r . A. JlL'TriiiNsoN A Co., M. Louis. Mo
AMERICAN ORGAN CO.
Nearly a Quarter of a Century:
50,000 ORGANS SOLD !
The tnl!r nf ttiif. romimtiT Is to turn ti Tet mm-
teiia wtthmit rerri tocot. ik innlyt,, e
ciiilly tho1 in teailing pom.-ns, hae own fumitiar
with the maitufrtirr of reeU lU-.trainuU from tbe
infancy of the buine-it.
Thecae n aoiidiy constructed, and from Xew
ana i,leuat i.khns.
The innt!fK taren. rlaim tbnt ther hare aneceeilrd
In prtMliictn th rwwt f(.'ialorr knrmonf ert.r
Mtra rrtm f'e-i; nnf ac in Mine nine tueir ur-
gans bave e?r Mf eqwuw pctber,
AN ORGAN LEADING 3,000 SINGERS!
The following letter, from the Most Eminent Or
ganist in the 1': 8., refers to an Orfran bow used In
the Kev. Dr. Talmadse's ehureh. The Orjn formerly
used, made by another bouse, had prgred insufficient
Twn Sin I owe yon personally my best thanks
for sendintt to us t lhe llrooklyn Tabernacle Conirre
iration) one of I ii" Smith American Keed Orjrans to
tlie AcadeuiT of Muic. It Is perfectly wonderful
that so sinal. ad iutrHment in sie should have sum
cient power to lead ft congregation of .ontanython
s:md people. The Trustees, as well nivself. are
mum plca. ed with it. The qnalitv of Tn is also all
thai cn he desired. It sneaks for itself: and all 1
have mt with, who attend the services, ieak of it aa
most satisfactory. Accept my thanks, ana ueueve
tne to remain most respce IfiillT ours.
, t.H.1. W MOHGAy, OraanUt.
Xiw York. Feb. 4( IS;3i.
New Inatrnmeiif of at Refined Quality ol
Tone, for Private I loupes-
Catalognes sent to any address mi application.
1EE1I0.M STREET tZ'?k BOSTON. MASS.
LOVE TOT'S Krw PrTtK
GI.ASS CITTKII &
Cuts glass better than i
should have one. Any
child can use it- Sent to
your address on receipt
of SO cents and str.nip by
AI.VAN L. LOVE.IOV,
-i) Washington street.
Boston. Mas. r
Lilx-ral MSCOWlt tm,
NEW KEVISKH EDITION'.
Edited by Giobiii Kiplry and Cuak. A. Pajta. To
be completed In lt rel.., profusely Itlutrnted. Five
vols, xow ready. Issut il bl-inoiithlv- Sold by sub
scription oniy. fenu ior peetltten -aee.
1. APrLETON & CO.. Publishers.
5W 5d llroadway, tew York.
KUAINT, KUEER &
YttW of farts, de
ls the T&i i table book we irive to all.
ures and fun:ti pae:"1 picture!. Inrlot two.tamp9
and aJdrt'btt itLACkiE ft to., n ifruauway, .
lrKOI M RSFIURS. '
IV WAN 1 rl.
Katah. 11. AGENTS
(Jiibi. Jflanters. Nurtrlpa aiii.iltil
AaortnifintcoitmU,tp. 1st. i lasjt. Terms nnrnnilfL
Nolhlnk l-lke- It In Mleralnre.
Ajrenls wantt l -or Srft-nc: in Story, hv it. F. B.
rotr. Selfct voiir territory. Jkr. Aliin-is Mur
ray Mill ruldihinjr Co., lit fMst istli Street, N. Y,
with thOreen Tra fluvor. War
runtffi to h .t t -ill tu !(--. h "rsa!
cvrr vwhfTC Anil i rwilc whole
p ile finfv I y the (irrat hintir i.
l'iu-itu I c it.o...I jap.i7 rtf
8tn --r, . V. 1m. c,x rvil fi.
tend fur TLea-N cctar C ircular
Vi Pjnr c; ,n-;:.e tea P
williMitl TnithTriumph.nl! Aenti,
HIM yiiun..., in ile anil ..tunic, makp
iii.uiev H'limir etir r n-urh and
Aincrii-nn . vt. -w. Hit A a nn.l tbim.
than at iinviiii:i . Im. t;-t,.t imlti,-p-
mer.Dt to Asrcitt.- nno . n fho. t at!iH"i.', I i-rni., nml t'lll
liarticulare-i'iitlVt-c too!l. V. O. Yi kv, Auiis!;i, .Maine.
"All rielit," 1 iiiawke(l, "you've Rot me;
Jest oriier your drinks Rin",
Ami we'll imilille Ut to the lit aeon's
Ami ttcotip the mite in."
But when vie trot U) to Keilpe'8,
Wh it a sight was that we saw!
The I), aeon untl I'arson Skeelers
In the tail of a game of draw.
They h-xl shook 'em the heft of the mornin',
'I he l". r. on's luck was fa'r,
And lie raked, the minute we got thar,
'i he lust of our ool on a pa'r.
So, no more teiu'rance for me, 'ijitire;
I Mow its nil vtrv line,
lint, ix lurniv.se!l','l thunkyc,
1 '11 not lake any in mine".
A yoiins man went into Priiitf" suloon
Fri.lay cvi'iiiiiir. and oallftl fiira irhiss of
Ii'inr. Jt wins liandt'il to liim ami then li
IroiiiK-tl a little powtli-rvd magnesia in It
from a ikiimt. swulloufd the whole delil)-
-rati lv, and iil.n inarllie irl.is.s down looked
tW altenlivc I'rinre in lhe eve. and said :
1 have lioisonetl nivself."" "What."
st-reaniitl the horrified saloon-keeper. "I
have jioisonetl my. elf .''repeated theyounj.
man in a trnirie tone. In an instant Sir.
l'r'nii-e had liountleil to his MJe; in the next
instant lie had him on the lloor, and a man
sent for a doctor. 'J'lie yoiiii! man Rirnr-
?led to release hi:nelf, and lirotrsted that
it was all a joke. Mr. Prince was too old
mid too educated a man to be deluded bv
such artifices. Immediate remedies were
cal letl for. Some one suirirested a raw e"".
ind ont was lirocurcd, and there beinir no
time to bother with a lass, and the victim
to tne poison wniiinr to a tleree that
mailt- 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 ur him an almost iini'o.-silile
tindi'i-tiikiiisr, it was administered in the
Hell, and so adroitlv broken that two-
thirds of it went into his shirt bosom. A
hot tie of sweet oil was next enintied into
dm. his head was briskly rubbed, hot
ciolhs applied to his chest, and his back
wanned with a billiard cue. Then Dr.
Miles arrived, took in the situation at a
rlaiicc, applied a stomach pump, and with
in live minutes the faeetiousness and other
things iu that yoiiiij; man were extracted.
On ovtting to liis feet he instinctively felt
in his hip pocket for his handkerchief, nnd
appcarvu to Ik; much surprised to find it
there, lie iefr the saloon vowing ven
reanec against Mr. Prince and his anxious
and earnest helpers. li;t the story was
too much for him the net day and he
Quietly disappeared from town. Danbnry
A Change of Business.
A Self-Itesrisleriiiff Thermometer.
An unproved automatic rvfristerinje and
printmr tliermonieter has lonir been a desi
deratuin. and accordiii": to Professor
Iiouh, this has now been realized, in the
invention of an instrument admirably
adapted to the purpose. In the construv
fion ot this apparatus there is the utmost
simplicity. It consists of a brass tube
Ix'iitin the form of a siphon, the closei
le; of which is Idled with alcohol, and the
open with iiierciny, and. on the surface of
the mercury, in this open end, there rests
an ivory float, suspended from a delicate
balance, having platinum wire attached to
each end of lhe lever. Now, when the
column of mercury in the thermometer
tulie rises or falls from the c fleet of fcni)v.
erai ure. the plalintim wires tin) in small
mercury cups underneath them, thereby
causing a current ol electricity to p:is.
throii'di one of two eleetro-inajniets oie-
ratinr inechaiiism for ivinr motion to a
line micrometer screw. The motion of
this screw ck-vates or lowers the balance.
thereby breaking the circuit. Whenever a
change of temperature equal to one-tenth
ot a decree occurs, the magnetic current
circuit is complete, and the screw is moved
to a space equivalent to the change in the
hci'ditof the mercury in the tliermonieter,
At the same time the clock-work moves
the type-wheels indicatinsr the tempera
ture, which is printed each hour on a slip
of paper moving m front of them. A pen
cil neid against a revolving tlrum also re
cords a continuous curve, exhibiting at a
glance thr height of the thermometer.
e all know, savs a writer, that tieinjr
"unla.fjlike" is tlie phrase, but, then,
what is being ladylike? In what does
this ladylikeisin consist, which is striven
after by so many? This is a question
which does not bear much talking about ;
like a plum, tlx; bloom comes off even as
we handle it ; it is a ditih-ult task to define,
though not. perhaps, to feel. It may be
an old-fashioned, even an almost obsolete,
prejudice, but I am inclined to think that
a 1 uly doing any mortal thinrr that is con
venient and necessary, and which i also
fitting that as a woman she should do, is
truly ladylike; and. further, that any one
who is ashamed to do this is not quite wor
my io oe so considered, it is to be f-ared.
however, that this view of the word is fast
i dvilisr out. lor now.-id:ivs if aeonii thnr tn
A New ork dry-goods clerk, w ho lost do anything that a woman should not do
his place during the panic, is prospering j to be masculine, loud, indeieiidciit is
in a new business. He secured, after considered "the thing." but to lie simply
much trouble, a meat route among the I useful, to be independent in the way of do
feline jH-ts of the merchants, and every j ing just what comes to hand without wor-
nay lie may tie seen going iroiu store to rying about what "iveoDle think." is aim
store feeding them. lie charges by many considered as singularly ualady
thiriy ernus a week lor regular like and wanting in style. Women such
board. Where two or three cat ' as these last are. uiifortnnatelv. brought
are served in one store lie makes a re- j into disrepute by and confounded with
unction, tvery iturday lie makes an those w ho affect to despise and think little
extra, round iu the afternoon and leaves of the world's opinion, setting it at nouo-ht,
enough for Sunday. On that round he as it were, by an affectation "of independ-
eollt cts for the week, and that's the time ence, but who would, nevertheless, be the
1... , ., .. .- 1... 1 . . .1... 1.1 : - . ,!i . l . . -i. , :. ' - .
i" s ne iu-itta me ; tiuiiiuii. i-oiiie oi last to inane iiicitiseives really
int-cais are sucn jH'ts niai tueir owners
are ::t raid they're not fed enough, or are
oveiied, or don't get the right kind of
food, or something. On the whole,
though, he thinks his customers are prcty
well aatisticd with the new sy.teni.
Common Skxsk Kkasoxs why l)u.
"AI KKK S I.AI.IFOIIMA IXECAH li ITTKKS
should lie lised.
1st. They are an entire Vegtable Bitters,
iree from all alcoholic stimulants.
:!d. They are the result of careful study.
experiment ana lanor.
:td. The greatest care is taken to secure
Medicinal Virtues, and exclude everything
4th. I hy unite, as a life-restoring scien
tific tonic, the greatest strengthening and
."th. Persons of Sedentary habits and
over-worked, find in them a specific for
want of appetite, jmlpitatwn, debility, con
stipation, and many other nameless ail
ih. The aged find in them guarantee of
vrol vqed health and life, and weak and
delicate females and mothers find especial
Denelit from their lisei
7th. They ate the MasIkr of Diskase.
THe Orsr.AX as a household instrument
has been rapidly growing in favor, and the
yearly sales are now enormous. A good
Organ remains in tune, is easily kept in
order, and blends naturally with the qual
ity of the voice. The advertisement of the
Smith American Organ Co., in another
column, is referred to the consideration of
our readers. This house has an enviable
reputation for good work and fair dealing.
Ir. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
is very strongly recommended by the Medical
Kat-tilty and is very largely prescribed among
their it-mule patient. It is worthy of all
coiilitlence as may be seen from the .follow ing
Atlanta. III., July 14th, 173.
lu. n. v. ITEliCT-, Jlutlalo, JN
Dear Sir I have not words
gratitude to vou for vour
niii-e in in v ease. There is not one who has
used vour medicines since tliey have been
brought here but that can say with me they
have been greatly lienetited. Since I have
been so helped by its use six or seven around
me lelt oft all doctors una other medicines.
mid now use it in thoir families, after being
cured of the same disease as mine. You do
not know what a wonder it created in our
eif v. bv restoring mv sister I wrote vou about.
lor she had been under the care of three of
our best doctors but could not sit up but for
a few minutes at one time. I begged of her
to try your medicines, and before slic Had
Used" lialf of the bottles she could go all
around tlie yard, and has now just come
liome lrom a visit live miles awav.
Mils. Tlios. M(:Fai:i.a.m.
Who wlh to sMiirc a nermuiu'iit business untl
iiinke money a ajri'iit: or otherwise, tWIii;r in v
NKW M'KAM WA&llRIf, so extensively a.lvrr-
tisil in pajrc and il.nibh'-pape it-lvrrlisi'infiits
l40,(Hiu stild.i, to ndilres tor 'froclar anl tfrm.
Work Tor Evrrvhod?. ttoori Watre
Pfriuani'iit l-:iilyiiirnt. Men mod
onn Hnnlfil. Full iiarHrnlari frre
AUiirrss . A. It fc.NDh M.N A CO.. CJew laiHl
o., or t. I-otils, Mo.
Dr. Tntt's Hair Dye
Possesses uiialilfi'A that no other dye does. Itse!
it-el is tiisiatii nitMHis ami 11 is so natural that it ran
not he duteeleil. It is harniless and ea-ilv annlird
and is In treneral i.s anions the lasliionalijf hair
dressers iu every larr; cily. Knee $Mt a box
oin i-ry wiiero. I trice. 4,s i ortfandt St.. N. V
st ill li t-oa.id oil "--. t I ul Miblili
- ttr-lca. Ki- U' l .
U . ,...v.,..J . .'.T. ....T
4 S. .Till if;. St. T.nt". Kit:ildUhed 16 v'
ONLY 10 cts.
tor a lMaatitilitl ClirnniM
I.li hoirraltli. a tur 2.-
rr. nv retiini num. l.uvs s.mi at oiut- to L'.r
.hi.m-.s ,t ti;, l i, l larK St., t hlratro.
UTrjbody s.ml to tlie " Xrw En-'laml Star.
Jj Xi-w Ipswiclt, N.ll.. fora SJlinilt Ji iiliutmrrapli
VEI KAMH4 AXIt RIIKI H ITISM
j.1 shei-i.'iliv Iit nil. i:. Mttiti.-is -.u in. it at
ioi.l, .ut. urts Kiiaianlt til. Sl-iiiI lor f 'irviila
Send for Tri
1917 dt I9
TOl A CO.,
rrice List and Catalopie
. Krrond Kt., HU I.onl
II., July 14tli, 1M73. C
Halo, X. Y. :
wonls to express my
ur advice and assist-
Tlie lnest ami llcst ma.le. rem tor I'rici-
or. nixtn .V I'in Kin.,
CiRKKX A CUKK,
Mannfnctur.r8 A Wholesale Dealers In
JlISSOl'RI (IflER A f'HIKR VISKCAR
rme street, St. Louli
lepot 'Jim Jt 2icu2
BY LAURIE &
A II l' MASK Ixstiti tkiX established fif
teen vears airo for the eure of Deformities of
the Spine, Limbs, and Knee. Paralysis. Piles,
rlstula, (. atari-h, C linMiie Diseases ami Dis
eased Joints, is the National Stirsieal Insti
tute. Intli:tn:i))olis, Indiana. It is the lanrest
J list 1 1 1 1 1 ion of the kind in the Datum ; has a
eanilal stoek of .VK),nK).0, and etires thou
sands of sufferers annually. Send for their
circular, which is mailed free to any address.
Oxi.y one man has ever dared to climb
the spire of St. Paul's Church, London,
tlioujrh 20 is offered to any one who will
repaint the nail.
A penny saved here anil there counts up at
the end of the year. Buy only SILVKIt
TIPPKD Shoes and vou will save dollars in
stead of cents. Parents remember this.
. The fifth edition within three Tears : Just received.
li istlie mot conipleitt ami reliuiile wirk in print;
..., piiuiiiiiuiiy OOUIlll. nrit-e a lnaiiot;.
any case with comi te set of 101 niedii inns for Hi
Bonis and case sent to any p:irt of the I'nlted States
and C anada on receipt of f IT. Ji. 11. It saves twice
ii com iu every laiiinr witti eni'dren ea'h yenr. Ad
i.r,''9 - HK"ICKF3 T.VKF.I,.
llonitpopathie Pharmacy. 1 1: Graudst., Xew York.
ilu.inet.s eslahii. lied in ls...
iftZSD I'-H Jj EKCatlTITK CtECCLAK
SHOT GUNS & PISTOLS!
4. W. RlflllKDS A .,
lalrrs hi Fire-Hrms, A itinti; i i
tion. KisliitiL' Takle. ,lr. Mui
xle IiOaliiie DotiblefinnN,
and upwards. Itrercb
I.OMdrri. fi.l.),00, and U
iva ds. I'IhI nit ani Rrvolv
r lrom 7lr. to SX.nu. .end lor ( ircirlars
ami ri-e lists to 27 .utiili Fourth treel, ST,
To ctl. tt.rr't t., rff..Mrf' r. Tun (.hoi'Micw h i. : Or, Tho
A I r II OK 1 1' ATI V E II IS I OK V t.;
T.T J. I'tmiy. K!tAr Wcf-ni Kir '. 'h w:o. r.ti.ti.). . a:..l
l-Hiulilc. W,itfr,t up t" .'".''fi. 171. H l ritrhml ;
l .fr F7tier.ina-t. C 7Ttii f.nni ok i li-r i ' e.
ntut sell out thoufuid-. Ynr rr-ni triritor. . etc.. ti.i.t-'i,
K. H VN AKOKM li.. ':!! '- 177 W". 4tli Si. ritn ininM
CAUTION. -I ni".' 5r r. -r n.,Hrl.,t:,iu.
Mi-lif-t. !-. if.) l-e in.t 1 tii. ir. Ii-ri.iii. - wi!; i li.H
Godey. The illustrations in the April
number otGodry't lAidy'$ Book arc: A handsome
steel plate, "The Ilencwal of the Lease Refused;"
alteautiftil colored fashion-plate; Alphabet fur
marking linen; an Extension Sheet of the latest
fashions in tlr eses, spring coats, shoes, and arti
cles of every kind pecessary to complete the toi
let. "There is also an t ngraving to please the ju-
vcniles. The number contains several short sea
sonable stories and lhe usual amittnt of other in
teresting reading matter. Much valuable infoi
nation will be lound in the different Household
departments. Published liy L. A. (Jodey, Phil
adelphia, r. , at $110 per year; four copies
$10 Oil, and a beautiful chromo to each sub
Mns. Wixsloxv '9 Soottiin-o Ernrp 1 the prescrln-
ion ol one of .he fcegt Female Physicians and Xurses
ti t!:e I nited tatei. and lus beeu used for tiilrty
:s w ilh never-failing s:ifetr and eucccss br niili-
ions of m.ithers anil cliiltlreu, from the feeble Intent
of cue week old to the adult. It corrects acidit-7 of
lie stomach, relieves wind coMc rezulates the bow-
N. and t;ive rest, health, mid couifott to mother uud
!nM. We lieileve it to be the Best and Surest Kerne
y in the World iu e!' tuses of I) YSEXTEBY and
l.l.i:!.HCEA IX C'HILJIiE.V, Avhsther it arises from
t'i::? or fro:n udt other cause. Kull direction.
or uinj will accompany erh bottle. None Genuine
lc the fac-siniiic of CClilla 4s Ft,liKI"S is ou
J-c outside wrapper.
Sold bt all Medicine Eealecs.
; Carbolated Cod Liver Oil
Is a scientific combination of two wen-known medi
cines. ItKtl.ei.ry is tiro to arrest the ileeiiv. I lien
tmiUi up 1 lie m 'leui. itsi'- nno no- .',
reel, liierriillr HtartT.ufc-curca net formed by ill-
son's Oil nre p:oof.
('Hr-t fil'C .If I firtKliirrifr or7'ecv t'i'n'r. 1: I. im
m..l n.nioitil .tnlisenuc in tne hno it worm, r n-
of an Old teim ; into the ireulali-.n. it at once cmpples with
Ci'l ritpTlOll, HIV. aeCliy cea-ne. . ii jmieiia in.
lull irrr (Ml Jt '.jO:rv 61 axsiil'int In resisting j
i e.iiM.nipii' 'ii.
p. tin in l.-trsre fvctlsc-sl'.-ipcrt Iwturs.
hen-5n Ilie Invinloi s sisnamiT, ami is
soltl by tlie m t In iijssUt. I'iep:ired by
J. K.AVI LIjKOX, 3 Jtilin St.. J'rw York.
iVksterK AGTS:jK,(.UA1;,j.0N; t0 i Sr.LoCIS
The froninMirtn Hand lino!. ir Worri often Mil
pruiitiinr'-il. i iv-ii l.y (!n lu st niiilini ituv.
Se..l tj miy ailtlrfi.) oil rt-cipr ( Sixiv Cents.
l-i.L & n:Ai;I itu-ton.
and INSECT POWDER FOR
Hats, ,ni'i', li.tnHif?., Anrt, Jkil-lnr, Moths, &c.
J. F. HtNKV, t XlUi A.N A; CO. N- YM feole Agonta.
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C 3 D.
n .-3 t r
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5 fi c -t V. j r- S S 5 Er
r.q S' Cy wj'.S S'ino
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3 it T CU
US'j a it:
BUY J. & P. COATS' BLACK THREAD for tut HAHUNl
ix. w. pehkins,
WHOLESALE DEALER IS
JU A H Washlntrtou Arrtwie. Opposite 8. C. DmrU A Co' Jfew Store, T. LO 1.
ixl!ii.iiir neuer ino
any oLner la exut-
Are brtter. Yfcnwm
they nvi a iiu'r
Itlowi thAB aj other
VMrt 1-rMIiant nilrery nbrert.wKh W fhsn lullf tb
;tor nniuireU when uihr pvlwhr ure Ht-4.
Are a naat and clean-
,v article, ntakiair no
dirt nor dwt when
Can be tnetl rren In
the fiarlnr. illtnt
the Ironkla of r,..
furniture or carpets. .
Has no dlsiifreeahle Bulrdttirotis or idron acll nrieH
when prepafeu for use. bul are pleasant and harmles.
Is aeL Are the rheapmf polish tn the market, be
cause one box at M rents will polish as much enrface
j 25 cenu' worth of the old polishe.
Are pnt nn In rest .
ivie. and 1(1 a fi.nn
more convenient for
use than any oilier
nolWi. In each box
are 12 sticks; rtiek
Is aumetent tor any
store. Tli nsall wastt
:Iave just tnkn the
nest premium at the
in competition with
several of Hie best
of the oM store pol
Bnr ('Rtiw or Comfort f Tour tfift. rf
nH or will procure thorn tar tr. If -f,fnl
uue ittiltur. your iiftine, snd th nanir of f rnf mt
exprifw ntiont ami p will semi Tu ten b'-3i9( sml
m pie of UarileU's Blactinguua Pearl Blueing, fro
ot coat, -
Crumbs or CoMFOlrf pun b had of all Wholrwilc
Gricorft nn-I ltenlers in the Cnitd Stntrs, anil Retail
"C'.U'rt will fltnl them th most BtofMat-k. from the
'." ! that thoy are the frUtei-cIlin artirte of the
kind Id the market.
H. A. BARTLETT & CO..
115 Xclrtll Front St., Philadelphia.
143 Chambers St., evt
i.l Itmad St.. riosfon.
The Little Rock & Fort Smith
offfbs for palM
ONE MILLION ACRES OF LAND
In the rich vallcT of the Arkauaa Hirer, unsurpassed
in the production of lotion, 1'orn; fruits, Veitets.
Dies, tlie Vint), tud allcereali: The inesiiaT-tfble fer
tilltr of the soil: the climate t.-rerace anftvsi'cnrner-
amre tor iteceinncr, .tanuary. r t-nrnary. ant -vii
ahotit 4:13 y.i, perinittiitt: atrriiultural labor lt7t
months of the jear; the unquestioned health of the
valley; the various and abundant timber, and pood
water, with the rantd development of tlie btate In
Kailroads, population, and general Improvement
coiunme to reuuer tuese i-uus me
G VKIH.X OF THE COtTHV !
tr-rPI.AVT)S from f:.30 to M.CO. andRIYEftPO-fc
TdMS from f 10.CO to $j.UU per acre, on long credit.
Exploring Ticket! and Liberal Arranga-
iceaM vita Colonies.
Railroad and Steamhont Connection
vilh St. Iatii antl ?lerhi.hls.
For Maps and rIMhhlet-, free, adrlresK,
" X. S. HOWE, t,&l I'mtMtSSIOTEH.
LITTLE HOCK. All.'.
STANDARD LOTTA BUSTLE.
ed by the Ameri
can Institnte each
year. A. W Thotnaa
. .. --!.. 1 I .1 . r .-.
Strontfent and mMi
The Standard Lotta
that can be worn. Bizet
Wholesale Depots t
Malktr's t'lilifui iii:! V i
i'SHT Illilers am rt ptirt-rv Tr?ct:V .
preparnti n, ii.;ule t-liifi'y froin tin 11:1
;ivi- lu-ilis foiiii'l on tho lower rnnos
:lic Siorni Nv;ul;i moi'.ntiiins of i 7lifor
ii;i, the liiftlt -iii;ii proprrtios of whic.i
art' pxtt.it tr-I tlii'it'lVtun .vitlwut the urn
?f Alfilinl. Tito inicftitiii a a!nitsi
ia:." cki'tl. -'What is tho catic of t'.ie
mpa ...iolpil sucoc.-y. of Vixwau lir
rn:s f Uur answer is, that thrj itii.i
(he oiiusc of tli.-if.asf, :;n;i the pntirnt n--i'ovpm
his lip;ritli. They are the -ireat
liiiHul iiirilii'r ainl .1 lit'c-giviii rinrilt,
a jt-ifcft IJ'-novator ami Iiviorair
of the sj.-'pin. Never I-rlurt! in t!
"a.liirr of U10 worltl mrU't-iw Ihi-ii
itiiniMHiii.li-.l hiAsv-fiii? 'thr -nwnwiatl J
liinlitics of Vismiak i'.l rrKua in hitiiin2 Uih
sick of I'vrry ilisenstt inun u h-ir to. Tliry
nrt- 1) pi-ntte riu-:itive iv.s wt'H n a Tonic,
rt-lit-vin Coimi'stioii or InM.miMmiiou ol
tint l.ivt r iiiitl Vleril t'rsnn.s, i'.l iUliotw
Tlu pniRortliH of Vn. iv t .kkr's
Viki;ar l'.irrKsn rp Atx-rit'iit. in'li"
.i-iuL every allool ures
91 iVIIITK STREET.
801 It.Vti: ST., rllI.tIl.lPlllA.
aloguo for 1874 will
he sent free trt Ae-ents on appllentlon.
K H IPS. II AKTs, IIKO-
., ve. uur new .Mans ot j SWAN A.
ILI.INdIS, OHIO and M If IIIGAN are
me ues.anu c-neapest puttltshcd.
E. C. BEIDOMAN,
5 Barclay Street, New York.
114 Scliool Teachers Wanted"
To cn'are fluriiifF the Spring u nl Stiinnnr 1 11 a bus-
iiics 111 tni-ir own roimtii's paying fI.tO per
. unm. A'lurcs.s ai-il-rt A mocuhiv, m Ltttufl
last to make themselves reailv useful
With such as these before the pvcp, one is
ahnost inclined to make excuses for that
old-fashioned phase of vu! oirit-. fine laily
ism. which, foolirh and ridiculous as it is.
is lc objectionable by many dc'rrees tliiHi
the boldiiess of our pR-sent ma-iucr..
ChlliliTU Often louk Talc and Sick
Freni no otii'.r c-.t-.e than havl; g wonns la the stoni-
miows's vrr.uiKi-uK comkits
rvill detrc-y Vornis without injury to thechJd.beini
erieeiJy tv-i-T!:. rnd fre-c Ironi a!! coloring or other
!iij-:riou ingretlicuu uacallr used in worm prepara
io.s. CI HTIS & BP.OWX. Proprieto,
Xo. 2; I'ttlion street, Sew York.
. 11. It: in ix and lex::-ti, n iil Ittnlrr in
J.'...e..r,. T.i r.r. t.ii-. ikx. I
"XOTIIIXO BETTER,' said Pr .John 'Ware.of
Bo-ton. t'isn ( uilrr llroa." celebrated VEGETABLE
r t i-MU-Ui 1" sv.for cold and Con-Uinjitiop.
MILLIONS OF ACRES
Bifih Fa Lands
NOW FOR SALE VERY CHEAP.
Ten Tears Credit. Interest Only C per cent.
Deticriplltt Pamrkleti,iriih SxlimaIJifap,seiJFrce.
A handsome IUttstrnted Paper, contairimr tlie JJnu
tlc'ttt Ute, maiied free to all parts of the wrld.
Addrc O. F. DA VI. Land CoTr.nii.aioner C. P. li. I-.,
Per Day puarjirted
GEXTS tVAVTED, !
; veeitor f mi toneiiea.
at once to coil LN & Co.
BP AllTinil ' WDeealeomaniaorTrans-
. m . . . 1 eeniK. I pun. I .ml.. ..
Flowers. Autumn Leaves. Birds. At. (inula li-..et.'
I omie,etc. lliey cull be instantly transferred to any
artiele. so as to imitate the most beautiful palnltncs.
A variety of pictures, catalogue and Instructions sent
ior 10 cents, aoftxts vva.t.
J L. PATTKN & CO., 71 Pine street. New Tork.
nnTrnTm 11 rtTm-rr t c i.nn
I.ii.irt-Ij- jf "tefal, are tlie cnl
lattiiH In use hirh nn fo itHcf
lre.- k, leak loir x(-Iii.lc. Arrci
n;i i.m nit' 1 andrhrap. AlafrI
lo st II Uoii .::1 uses; alio to
nfo.-cs; fariories, thur-.hes, tic-.
AGENTS MAKE $13 A MY
Sellinflf these Lamps.
AOKVTS U" ANTED In every county ill
the l lllt. .1 States. Address
WATAACE ci- SOW3
ttJ OhamborsSi:.. ilaw Torn.
AGENTS WANTED I0S THE
H8STORY OF THE
ARMER'S VAR AGAINST MONOPOLIES.
Hciii" a f.'.U atn. ;tMlheiitlra-t-(itiut oi tlif -Str'iuJf
ot' tht . mtTiraii larmt-rs a:iint !;e xtirr!ii
tin l.ai)it'.-ti 4 oi:ii:tni-i, with lit.!orv of tin. r.o
amJ tirrrt-s of (he oplrr of I'atrtins of Hnth:!H
rv; its tthjc-els ami prospt-ris. It srlls Rt siht. ?eiid
lor BiM t-iiut'ii :tis :u.iJ u-rnm to At ntft, ami se
why it vl'- iiiTt-r tiian unv otht-r hook. Ahlris5
NA1IONAI. ri rillHIU .. M. Louis, Mo.
l'iiHfniitiIoi!s .iibli-hcr4 have
taken alaiittf(. ot' tho ureat lit
inan'l tor tliis IlisTorv ot Ihf it rans- Mo emriit. to
issstic i:i)! i t.ablr works on th siihjt t rw -. .
tioH t'r-'n tfjrn-ititH-ti nfirMfurtH't .-. p.i nor nv im-
Cosetl njiitM. ,'( th it ihc book yo't buy is ciiMori!
y the h a'linjr iranird.
EVD. MEAD & CO.
304 N. ITourtli St.,
Keep afuiljineof first class
WATCHES, CLCCkV JEW
ELRY, SILVER and FLATEC
WAP.E. This c!d estabiished
house intends to .cu'ntlr.
their reputation of selling
good goods at hw prices,
and are now fipenu.q a
splendid riGw Spnnp Stock.
A!I orfiers by w3ijj?romptiy
Tfati-hes ami Jewt li-r earef.illj- re
ra'ivl hy f'rf-eia.. imr. bk-ii, anil
aii Linda of Jewtlry aci Biivt-TWaro
i iuade to order.
3tfe criAT a LTrr. at nr.
aw ii ccd iturirr..
It is r t a (Viifick rr . Trrn.
Tl.o i: - lirr.s ere fi li';.,t t!
u cm li 1 oltle cf n i tH.-irp. Jt
is urctl ainlrrrcnifrf ttVd t j
riijbinim hfrt-vir it Im
lin j?.lrci!:Hi.. It vril
jt titiTf Ty o re t Cfif I1J.A
in Hh t (Trims pnr,r J lit'. I '-
MA T1M, M JJ-Ji: II FI.-
j.jm;, "(. t, coiu:y.
LJtOXCMTJX, ? JJ. ) or
DFJ JI J TV, JX( JJ jj:x j
COj'& I MP TIG is, ar.d rll dis
rtics n:t:i g iit in riiiii fure
ct it.iti n t f 11 ? 1 k ft1, fcrml
for t i-.ri.ofl.At7R ALitAKAr, in
v liicL yen ti ill End c rfificHft s
fi m nlitililc rr.d irnst'wcril t
riiypicir ns, Jliuisios cf U4
G( pcl tirtl ril.c rs.
Tr. B. ilfcn Cair. rt laTmre.
r. js l e 1 cs 1 ; il it in . i n - f h. to tt'a
ri d vt.tr d.-ims :lb n.i.. h lul.t-f ac
tion. -jr.T.C.Pugh.of Tall roTf! rerrm
t eLt'.o it io t.t jewel s f 1 ifenTiff :!;
d:afed 1'irod, raj.rc it srneiior to
ai:y y r.ti mlic-Ti 1 e I .s evrr r-i d.
Eev. Eatney Ba.1. cf tie l a froore
t. tiLiiiiDi. -octh, t:1; s 1 e I as
I een fo it ti. h 1 1 Dffittt d 1 y 1- s t e, II 1 1
!:e let')fii!y nern nnis it to all his
-l'ien's ar d a. qiiaintarefs.
5VJ Craven & Co c''s, -i rordiw-
.-.aville, a., ty it .rer ias laitd lo yive
y8 i3 Bam'lG.Jfcraade-n,sir!rfree.iw,
. jflTilMOlt. u K it t i:l d llilu of lihen.
S'iti-,tri -;- nhrn all elt e i ai!t d.
IES r.OS.U-ALIS IS CONNECTION A ITn OFR
ZJi-A.ri"iStMj aiN.I fii'iii
wi 11 rtwe Chill" and Ff er, I.lTer f'omrlainf, Drr-r-etisia.
etr. We ornarntitefl RnsaDl.is si. rerif r to
? other Blond i-prifiers. betid fur Pi -.'J i;t ito
Circular cr Almanac, x
Address CLEMENTS i, CO.,
6 S. Consierre St., EcMmure, J..
Eememb.r to kyur Drr.ca'" 'or ouj.
ntT m fH WHAT ARK PILES I
I I I I I I f IKKAD! "I'l.AII HI.I T
I I I 1 111 Ir itrta." a Treatise on the
I I I I I Causes', llislnrv. Cure lud
1 II hi l'rW"Tt nef l-I I.I S. Fub.
II I Vnlie.1 'T 1' NKlsTAKII-
I I llllt lrKR A It). 4 Walker Street.
I I I I II 1 Is''" Y"r,;- 'Till KKKioall
I I I I I I & I ar1-' nf ttiK I piled suaoa
Jm LLI I I BStf rceiil of leuer auunp.
VKR "VT:f;K r.aranteed to Airentu
on a NewW 1'atented Artiele. Salable
as flonr. For circulars aditresa
K. L WTEU, Patentee, Pittsburgh, Pa.
4 r'Ti WAHTKl). tiomethini-eiitlrelynew
J Ali(ress i-lii aiLlphia No eity Ianiilac-tliriu
tSM raiiMin Street
WAWrri for the :lV
clr.nl.iis 'KVKRIBOll-'s IRIKII"
iU I CRMH to C . lltillelltaJ Cull Co., bt .oul..!l'i
P0STA2LS B3DA rCTOTAWS !
$40, $50, $75 and C100.
Good, Durable and Cheap.
Lirniimitive. Nntn)i.ns. lixittivr. i'mretn-.
Sfihitivp, riii:iitpT-Irri..n, aiitkritii", -M'cr
jvn. mui .-ii'i-Kil-tm.
C?raf flll Tlionsrtiuls priH-Uiim Viv
EOAR BnTERS the liiist TMIldi-t li'l lu
Tigiirnut that ?rr sn.staiiietl lite MuWin-;
" IVo Person enn fal.cth.'Sf Riltrr
afenffHnjj to directi'iit. hm1 rrnuiii Ioiij;
iwivrfl rrtTidfiltlicirlMiifs are nut lc
strnred Ir? mi'ifral iMvisi-n r.it.icr
nucftrrft, am vital tirgini?. vi .istcJ Nytunl
JJilious, I.inu(fr(it and fiiki-
lllittcnt I Overs, which afc twi pn-va-k-iit
iii the fallfys of fur prnit river.-
tlirouj;hmit the I ' ri rt Sf.if. s, rj;iiu
tlioscof tlie 31i,--stssippl, O'.i'm, ' i.nirr.
Illlnw, Teii)cs'c, ('tiiiil)cil;ii;il..rk.iii
sa.s, Kei(, Cfr.fT.vW. 1'raznM, Kit (Juntii1.
l'rarl, Aliibani.' S.l,,i, Savanna). l
anoke, Janics, ami ifimy "IIkts, '!tli
tlicir tiisl triliiifariep. fur'niulK'tit uur
ent.rp ciihti v dtiriiiL: lUr ii.hiiiT niul
Autuiur., fft.'. tmrrVa-ly s; Hiiii.?c;i
stms tf tina.ia. hfat i't fli a'. ;u
invarialily acci'iiipanii'.l t7 r-.mi-5ilc -ranirPiitcnts
f tin pfninacli ;mil Uvi.t.
and other iilnlun.inal viscera. In tlwir
trcatnifirt, pflryative, oxprtiii!; a pow
erful influent-' i?fu tliesc variims nr
srans, is cssen-ia?!' wcessary. 'I'lierc
is mi cathartic t'ir tlf? Jirpise eiiual to
.Dr. J. Walkeii's ViN:r,.n liiirEts,
' as tliey will speed lv rriimvc tli" datU
eolored viKt-id matter uith whicli tlio
bowels arft lpadeil, at tf ianie tin:?!
fetiniulatin the rfcretmns of tW livi-r.
antl generally rctriiic th icalthy
functions Dftje digest c orjians.
Fori if y iiie lody niraliiKt disonsr
by iurifyiii all its tii:it!svit!i Vixehau
l-iTTEKS. No cpiileinie can V'Xv LoKl
of a system tliti; lve-ariued.
Dyspi'iisiu or Indigestion, ffead
aehe, I'ain iu the S!i(iii!ih"fs, oiryh.-.
Tightness of thv Chest. Iiz;f;-).')iir
Eructations of the Sf'imaeh, I.ad Tat?
in the .Mouth, l.ilit.ns .ttac!., I'alpiM
tation of the Heart, luUainniafion of the
Ltuis, i'ain in (he re.srion f the K'ul
ncys, and a lui!;i'ied other p-.i'mtul synn
toins, are lhe olVsprhiu's f iy?p-psi;i.
One hottii-will prove a better xn.ii-.inti-u
of its merits tlu-.n iv lengthy a.'Uvtisc
nient. SeroHiIa, or Kjhu's Evil, White
SwelliMirs, I'lt ers, Krysipt-;w, Sn-t-lli il Ni-ek.
lioitif. St-rtit'iiltnis nliaiiiiiiiiliiins, Iutl.lt-!i-Iiitliiiiiin.-iiiviis"
Mi-reurinl A il'i-eli""-'. I'M
Sun-.-, Ki Njilimis of the S!:ia. Sun- Kt . ?
In tlii-.-f. as in nil cllu-r ei'listi;iilin;.:il l'ls
eiisfs. Walk Fit's Vis.:; it JIittkhs iiur.
rlinwn their jirt'tit etinitive ftuvui-.s iu th
must i)!itiii;iti' iinil intrai-t.ililf cases.
For In'!auiniator.v ami Chronir
I.lieiliiiiit ism, Cont, I'., linns. Ih-mit-tfiit
andlnteruiittciit Fevers, H.seawof
ill- lilotn!, Liver, 'Kidneys ami Liiitiiler,
tliesi! iJittcrs hiive in i 'iin!. Siuh I'i.-f;i--i-s
are t-iuisril by Vilinteil IHntitli
Mechanical Diseases.- Persons en
caeil in 1'aiii.s and Minerals, such as
I'liiiiiitt-rs. Tyjif-i-Ui-rs. iNilt! Iie.-ifi-rs, nail
Miners, us Ibt-v lulvante in life, are srljiV
to jiaialrsis f tl;e ii-,.-.ves. To sru r.
against this. t:.ke a .. f W.itm'it Vis
EiiAR LrrTFiis nc.asinna'ly.
For Ski il Pisi-Hs'., trnption.t. Tet
ter. SalL-L'heinii, niolefifs. Spots, .'itnplfs.
I'l'.stnli'.s, lioils, t'ltrhiint Ies, Kin-r-worms.
Stiilil-heatl, St-rn Kyes. lrysi)n-l,-is. Itch.
Scurfs. iMsetJoriiti'ms of the Skin. II amor
iiik! !isi-ares f the Skin of whah-ver nutt.
r nature, ure literally iluir tip anil nu'rietl
ont of the system in a short time hy tho u.e
of these Bitters.
Pin, Tap?, and oilier Worms
.ttrkiiifr ia th system of so many thousands,
ure elie. ttially destroyed and removed. Xo
system of inetiieitie, ":it vennilii-ri-s, lo a:i
:helmiiiitii s willlit-f the system Indii uaruir.
f iike these Hitters.
For Female (.'on.ainis in yoimjr
or oiil, uiaiTietl iir single, at thethnvn td'"
leanhooil. :r the turn of life, these Tom.
Litters rlispliiv w decided an influence thai
improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse tht Vitiated IJIood when
ever you tind its iuiptirit.es bursiii: through
tlie skin in 1'iuip'es, Kruptions, ur Sure-:
f-leaiise it when you find it obstiiietetl and
slavish in tlie veins; elemist; it when it ii
foul ; your feelings will tell vou when. Keep
the blood pure, aad the health of the system
n. ii. ?:eri nn t vt..
fir-tir-ri-!-- reid Ats., S.-.-i I-'rnt'-is-.-o. C;:l:f"rni.4
ml eor. of Wn.Mi.'-irton mid I liarllort Sis.. V V.
.Soil Itjr all Iras;i..ls and Ii alrr.
ippsl lfdj fo: U;
Msnofartnred hr .1. W. CHAPMAN
A CO., Mavimw, i vu.
. JjfSend f-ir a Caalone.j
n or Women, fsi a
'J lie Seeret t'rre. Vnte
Eighth street. Ne Tork.
Best in Use Write for Descriptive Circular
HARRISON k (0.,-iIfrs., Belleville, 111.
CO- P.K lA Vcontiiil":sioiiorl3awA kS..l
3arv.a.. exi-i-. We '.m-r it ami -will PA V
Ajply SOW. . Webber A Co., Marion. i).
Bend f 1.00 to S. fs. HL(M)M, Shclhv, Ohio, 1
s? for Orten'a IigbtnLng Calculator.
i-n s '1. .' " n1"!
it init s -
f .-ti . ?3 ets. wl'h art-lree of 5 ofhera and
receive r-seiKii.l line Chromo. .-). worta
in t.ao. mi. irsttTu ti'iusto clear day.
flU 1 rLt-iBi Co.. lus booth -Ubt., l-h;U., Fa-
FR03I $10 W$3TPEE DAY.
Dr. CHASE'S KEAV BECKIPT BOOK
As 'tits w:i:i"'iiiiieTervTownaiitle'(iiliiyin the L nit -..
St- :i2tl an-. -la to eanv issfortlte KV BMkK
IjvUr. A. W. Chaco. entl'leJ "Dr. Clia,V KarrH)
I'hvsii-ian. Farrier. llee-Keeper atil P-Mrond Receipt
Bo :.k," j'ist p'lWUheil.anclaoM lijr mitscriptloo. Tliit
istinr h.-st-si-il'iie biolreveroffereil tonretita. It eort
tniiis.il cioi-ir.priut-ti orVivo pace?, is elegantly
ooun 1 intloth.'and theprieela onlr.TtVO IOJ.
Iff'. Scmpie ropl. sent postpai-l up-D rerei.
ul M-Cti. iorr-reni is-s irlT'n?t'-m!s.etr..sii .res. the
CH.Vsf PI'ULI'-'l'NGCOSII AXlf.
Ito. 44 Jtfferaoa btruety ul.-io, Ohii.
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY
Solid Iron Frames, Friction Feed and
W rought Iron Head mocks,
with Lever Set.
THE BEST jLSD CHEAPEST ITU-C. IS THii
Illustrated Catalogues and Price furnished oa ap
Sc BOD LEY,
J0H2J AJSD WATEB SIS, CIsClS- ATI, O.
i CE-irS W!ITl:D for the new took.
1U A..D iYl.MI.ll-b Of
lit 1 C.1)
jfo fc .J. nl fl trwm. t.S. A.,rrn fscw -iwiaied try
Eff ,1 'g7rat' HINTF.tt. rRIpyk ?, 'OTT -Wlftl f
& Wft- f ttt- fTW.ai trMf th- r R W1"T. m b-r Kl
wrw II t. rin iurm all nit R.. drvvtara fr. iiB
-i'J rttt.lj-jh.if C. . C'kujuali, ).
c : n n i r. 1 3 r nrn a 5 ir t eej sei,j
LEU IS. !S Wtuhinito:i a-.. St. Louis. Mo.
T5 - - . .. ..
! 9 ISS) per year wu uawg tneae sa .
6ay where you ra thin an rt senil forf all
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