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FAItH AND HOUSEHOLD.
boot tops cut into pieces of the
re quired size and lined make good iron
The carpets now in style are of dark
shades and small figures, and the borders
are perfect marvels of beauty.
When about to broil fish it is a good
plan to grease the gridiron well with a
little lard. You will not be troubled
then by having about half the fish sticking
to the gridiron when you attempt tc
remove it to the platter. N. Y. Post.
A comfortable sewing chair can be
made of an old cane seat chair by saw-in"-off
the legs and fastening over the
seat and back a case made of cotton.
Cover neatly with coffee s&cking, and
finish arouud the sides with a curtain
bound with red tape and fastened with
cold headed tacks. St. Louis Globe.
The farmers in Alabarr. Georgia,
South Carolina and Mississippi are filled
with glad surprise to find that they can
raise grass as a paying cro... The raising
of improved stock is being extensively
encaged in, while the iron and coal
are marvelous. Massachusetts
It is a slovenly practice to take a
reaper in a harvest field without first
p.uttins: around the field with a
cradle. It is done, however, more and
more every year, one reason being that
few farmers have cradles in good condition
for using, and few men nowadays
know how to use them. Chicago Journal.
Cases for brushes and combs are not
hard to make, and are useful for protecting
from dust. Cut a foundation of
pasteboard, either in shape like a brush
or long and narrow; cover this with any
suitable material, from silesia to silk;
lay the brush and come on it and take
another strip of pasteboard and bend to
form a cover. This is to be attached to
the sides only; the ends are left open so
that the brush may be slipped in and out
easily. Cover this also to match the
other part, and ornament to suit your
A test trial has been mado by leading
New York bakers of the relative
value of bread making of winter and
spring wheat. The winter wheat flour
was selling at $1.50 per barrel less than
the spring wheat flour, becanbe it was
eupposed that the spring wheat flour
would take up from 40 to 60 pounds
more water than the other. To the surprise
of all, it appeared that the difference
was really only 4 pounds in favor
of the spring wheat flour, and the winter
wheat bread was pronounced the best.
N. Y. Examiner.
How to remove creases from an engraving:
Lay the engraving with the
face down on some clean white paper;
over this lay another sheet of paper, covering
the entire back of the picture; this
should be dampened evenly before laying
it over the engraving; then iron this
with an iron that is not too warm. The
best way to dampen the paper is to lay a
wet cloth over it and press it for a moment
with the iron. If the frames and
glass over the engraving do not fit
closely, it is a good plan to remove the
glass once a year and wipe the dust from
the glass and picture. Exchange.
Value of Cultivation in Drougli
"With the aid of scientific knowledge
every farmer .has noticed that well cultivated
land stands drought better than
that which is neglected. The reason of
the fact is not so generally understood.
It will, therefore, be a source of satisfaction
to all to be possessed of additional
evidence and more exact data on the
subject, and may be of value by stimulating
tillers of the soil to additional
effort at critical periods. Bulletin No. 5,
from the Agricultural Station at Geneva,
K". Y., contains these interesting facta
bearing on the subject of drought:
"That cultivation, by forming a loose
Boil on the surface which acts as a mulch,
conserves the water to the soil, is a fact
which is well established, and should be
more commonly appreciated. For the
purpose of offering numerical values'
wliich shall express the influence of cultivation,
we have tried the following experiment:
Oak boxes of one cubic foot
capacity were made of half-inch stuff and
thoroughly soaked with oil. The bottoms
being removed, the frame was
forced down into the earth in the corn
field aud the bottoms afterward put in
position. We thus had a cube ibot of
soil in its natural position. The surface
of the earth in one box was left undisturbed,
while the surfaces of two boxes
were kept cultivated. By weighing
these boxes the gain or loss in
weight is assumed to measure the evaporation
which has taken place from
each. Fiom July 26 to August 1, six
days, the cultivated soil evaporated at
the rate of 906 gallons per acre less than
the undisturbed soil, or less 151 gallons
daily per acre. From August 1 to August
10, ninedays,the cultivated soil evaporated
2,367 gallons per acre less than the undisturbed
soil, or less 263 gallons daily per
acre. During the whole period from July
26 to August 10, fifteen days, the
saving of water effected through cultivation
figured up 212 gallons daily per acre,
or, expressing these facts in another
form, the undisturbed land lost per acre,
from July 26 to August 19, 4,243 gallons,
the cultivated soil 1,060 gallons.
"In calculating our results to the acre
by multiplying the evaporation which
has taken ;place from a square foot of surface
by 48,560, the unavoidable errors
are correspondingly multiplied, and
while duplicate series can never be expected
to give precisely the same numerical
results, yet the one fact became unquestionable:
that through cultivation
we are enabled to conserve to the soil a
large amount of water during a drought.
Indeed, observation through extended
periods of drought also plainly shows the
superiority of fields that have been well
cultivated over those where cultivation
has been neglected."
The advantages of tile drainage in wet
seasons have been shown. Thus are
science and experiment contributing to
the relief of agriculture against the extremes
of both wet seasons and dry ones.
The fruits of these developments and
demonbtrations will be more fully realized
as population insreases and
lands appreciate in value. Missouri Republican.
-George T. Reynolds, of Kansas, carried
an Indian arrow-head in his shoulder
for sixteen years, but got tired of
being a hero and had it cut out the othesf
4zy. Detroit Free Press.
A Marvelous Palm.
The town of Nellore and its vicinity
are at present under great excitement in
consequence of an extraordinary phenomenon
observed in a mild-date tree,
Sylvestris, of the natural order
known in Tamil by the name
"Eenchoo," and in Teluga "Eeta." The
call it "Seyndie," in Hindustani.
The tree is situated in the Village
of Pedur, within eight miles of the
Collector's headquarters. A fortnight
ago the children of Paraichery, who
plucked some fruits irom the tree at
about five o'clock in the evening, found
them unlike those of other dates very
delicious even before ripening, and
flocked to it early next morning to gather
more. To their surprise, the crops,
which in the previous evening almost
touched the ground, were far above their
heads. They ran to their parent with
the singular story that a date tree which
they saw the first day lying on the ground
was" then standing. This circumstance
drew the attention of the pariahs to the
tree, and they observed that the tree had
been changing its position everv morning
and evening. The news spread in all directions
like lightning, and people from
the neighborhood flocked to the spot to
witness the marvel with their own eyes.
The report gained strength daily, and
every observer corroborated the statements
of his predecessor. Deification
soon followed, and ceremonies of worship
have already begun in small degree.
Although I was exceedingly anxious to
observe the phenomenon personally, I
was still somewhat skeptical, and requested
the Huzur Serishtadar and the
assistant surgeon to depute an astute and
intelligent observer to the place to determine
the truth. A Brahmin of considerable
experience, who has traveled
much, and who cannot be easily imposed
upon, was accordingly selected and sent,
who returned and assured me that the
diurnal fall and nocturnal rise of tho date
were facts beyond doubt.
The above mentioned g&ntlemeii and
myself, together, with the Brahmin first
sent, went there on Saturday afternoon,
the 17th inst., and readied the spot exactly
at 5:30 p. m. The place was
crowded, and I found here the District
Munsiffof Nellore, the Head Master of
the Nellore Hindoo High School,
and other educated gentlemen who
had gone early in the morning foi the
same purpose as ourselves. The District
Mungiffhad tied a string to the top of the
tree, where the leaves begin to shoot, or
rather the stems of the lower leaves begin
to spread out, and fastened it tight to
another tree, in order to astertain how
loose the string hangs at the maximum
rise of the tree. The tree is eleven feet
high excluding the leaves and stems, and
has grown in a curve from the middle
with a twist round east. At 5:30 the
tree was almost lying towards the west.
The leaves were not withered, but fresh
and green, touching the ground. The
foot of the tree was at an angle of five to
seven degrees with the ground, and we
were given to understand that it had already
commenced to rise from four
o'clock. A hankerchief which had been
tied by the District Munsiff to one of the
leaves, so that its other end might just
touch the ground, had risen six inches,
and the string also began to slacken.
We took three measurements from the
ground to the tree, one (a) about two
feet from the root, another (b) about four
feet, and the third (c) half-way between
the twisting point and the top. Besides
these three there was the string and kerchief
to denote the rise of the top and
the leaves. At 8 p. m. the kerckief was
eighteen inches from the ground, and
the string, when drawn tight, left a fold
hanging four inches double, or
eight inches on the whole.
The rise it a was one-eighth
of an inch, at b one, and at c
twelve. The measurements at three a.
m. were as follows: Kerchief nine feet,
string-fold twenty inches, the rise at a two
inches, b four inches, and c eighteen inches.
The stem of the tree made there an
angle of 15 to 20 degrees with the
ground. Our measurements at 5 a. m.
exactly corresponded with those at 3,
and we were not sure whether the tree
kept the same position all throughout
from 3 to 5 a. m., or kept rising further
till 4, and thereafter began to fall. As,
however, the tree commenced rising at 4
p. m., it is very probable that the down'
ward movement also began at 4 a. m.,
and that the upward movement continued
from 3 to 4. "We observed at 5 a.
m. the twist a little turned to the left,
and the curve towards the top of the tree
straightened to some extent, so that the
rise is much greater near the top of the
tree than near the foot. The turning of
the twist towards the left was apparently
evident, as the kerchief which wai
west by north when fastened at 4 p. m.
was north-northwest at 5 a, m. Madras
Women As Judical Officers.
4a England women have held and a
erased judical authority. Thus the
Countess of Pembroke was Sheriff of
Westmoreland before the era of Magna
Charta, and, being at that period a
officer, she held a Court and exercised
the power of a subordinate judge,
and sat with the Judges on the Bench
at the Appleby Assizes. Eleanor was
appointed to fill the office of Lord
Keeper of England, and actually performed
the duties of the Lord Chancellor
in person. King Henry IH, in the
year 1235, appointed her Lady Keeper of
the Great Seal, which post she held for
nearly a year, and performed all the
judical and ministerial duties.
The Countess of Richmond, mother of
Henry VHT, and Lady Bantlett were
both appointed Justices of the Peace;
and the third lady, who was a magistrate,
actually sat upon the bench at the
assizes and sessions in the county of Suffolk.
Various judical inquiries respecting
freeholdproperty were, in the reign
of Richard H, made before "divers lords
and ladies." It is stated by many old
legal writers, whose opinion is entitled to
respect, that women are disqualified to
become arbitrators; but the better
opinion now is that they may be Wj on
the ground that every person is entitled
to select any person he likes for hit
Judge, and he cannot afterwards object
to the incompetency of those he has
chosen to act as arbitrators on his behalf.
The Dutchess of Suffolk, in the reign of
Edward IV,acted as arbitrator before she
was married, and the legality of her appointment
and the exercise by her of
this office were not disputed. Lady't
PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL.
Mrs. Hyatt, of Brandon, Vt., lives,
at the age of ninety-one years, in . the
house where Stephen A. 'Douglas was
Seymour Stebbens, made; insane by
overstudy, has been cared for by the
town of Granville, Mass., for forty-five
years, and is now eighty years old.
Captain John Ericsson, the naval inventor,
is in his eightieth year. He lives
in a little old-fashioned house in New
York, which is both his home and his
workshop. N. Y. Mail.
'It is said in San Francisco that Lord
Beaumont has been refused by a heiress
of that city. He made the mistake of
asking her father in advance just how
much she was to have, business being
A question whether the great John
Bunyan was not a Gypsy has broughtout
a letter to the London News, saying that
the original Bunyan in England was an
Italian mason, probably named Bunyano,
who came over and helped build Melrose
Abbey, in 1136.
A daughter of Senator Windom, who
recently made a visit to Mrs. Garfield at
Mentor, writes: " We are home again
at "Winona, and if you knew how pretty
it is here, you would know how glad we
are to be back. We stopped at Mentor
on the way out, and stayed at Mrs. Garfield's.
She and Mollie look lots better
than when we saw them last year, and,
do you know, they talk about the General
all the time, just as if he were alive
and had gone somewhere on a visit."
N. Y. Post
George Holland, a son of the late
comedian of that name, hasbeen an actor
for years, and nobody who has seen him
only on the stage would guess that he had
not all his senses fully developed, and yet
he is so deaf that he does not ordinarily
understand a word that is said by the
others in the play. He manages to get
along without cues by carefully studying
the lines which are to be spoken in connection
with his own, and then watches
the lips of the speakers to learn when to
strike in. New York Swi.
The mother of the Rev. Dr. Cuyier.
of Brooklyn, recently completed her
eightieth year, at Saratoga, where she
has been spending the summer. She is
too deaf, from an inherited family infirmity,
to hear her son preach, but every
Sunday morning before church he tells
her what he is going to preach about, and
gives her an outline ot his sermon, and
then she prays for him in her room during
the hours of service. She was left a
widow fifty-five years ago, when he son
was only four years old. Chicago Tribune.
Pierre Francois Wartel, the famous
singing-teacher, tiled in Paris recently,
at the age of seventy-six years. Ho was
born in Versailles in 1806, and obtained
a first prize for tinging from the Conservatory.
From 1831 to 1846 he belonged
to the eompany of the Paris
Opera, singing escond tenor parte. It
was he who "cieated" the "Rataplan"
Captain of the Huguenots." When
his voice failed him he took to teaching.
His most famous pupils are Nilsson and
Trebelli. He leaves a son, Emile Wartel,
who is also a music-teacher. Chicago
"A LITTLE SONSENSE."
An old negro says: "Sass is powerful
good in errytbing but children.'
Dey needs other kinds of dress
A mother, noticing her little daughter
wipe her movth with her dress sleeve,
asked her what It'r handkerchief was for.
Said the little ocfc: "It's to shake at the
ladies in the street. That's whf.t papa
does with his." Our Continent.
The "coming prima donna" has been
warbling in a Western town, and an
effusive critic says she "sings like an
angel." As we have all heard angels
sing, we can form a pretty correct opinion
of the caliber of the new prima
voice. Norristown Herald.
A woman in France slept seventy-three
days in one inning and when she
awoke and learned that her husband had
been taking his meals at a restaurant all
this time, instead of getting out of bed
at daylight and going to market, she was
so mad that she declared she wouldn't go
to sleep again as long as she lived. Burlington
"The white wonder of her arms is
too divinely perfect for anything of mere
flesh and blood, and. she is but the beatific
phantom of some delicious dream
chiseled into glorious tangibility by
some old master's cunning hand." The
above was written by a Boston youth
about Adelaide Detchon, the actress.
His mother has been sent for and at last
accounts he was improving.
"I've stolen a coat," said a man to a
lawyer, " and I want you to defend me.
Think you can prove me innocent?"
"Oh, yes; we can prove that you were
in an adjoining township when the coat
was stolen, and that the prosecution is
malicious." "How much will you
charge?"- "What sort of a coat is it?"
"First rate; never been worn any."
"I won't charge you anything. Just
give me the coat. Arkansas Traveler.
It will be interesting to the unmarried
ladies of America, such of them at
least as are not altogether resigned to the
lot of single blessedness, to know that in
France the government takes it upon
itself to find partners for women without
husbands. It is true that the women
must be convicts, and also that they
must forever expatiate themselves from
their country; but these little matters
are easily overcome by one who is resolutely
bent on matrimony, and this newt
will be encouraging, no doubt, to the
superfluous women of Massachuscjtti,
God bless 'em! Boston Transcript.
Be industrious, daughter. Thus tht
best women have ever found the best
husbands at the post of duty. Rebecca
went to the well to water the camehi
and caught Isaac's matrimonial agent
Kachael went out with the sheep and
found Jacob and a kiss waiting for her.
Ruth wrought in the wheat field and
married rich. Abagail hustled around
and baked 200 loaves of bread,, and
loaded up a whole commissary train
which she personally led out to David,
and got a second husband within a week
after her first one was petrified, and if
you persistently buckle down to the
wash tub, you feel assured that no man
will marry you for your money. Bwr
An employe in ae salt-mill at
Y., named David T. Smith, while
passing a revolving shaft, had his apron
caught bj a nut in the shaft. In an
instant the unfortunate man was whirled
around with terrible violence until his
'body, stripped of clothing, fell to the
floor a mangled mass. His right arm
was torn from its socket, and his right
ankle was completely broken off from
the leg, and landed some distance away
with the shoe still on the foot.
"Nine tailors do not rnake a man,"
and, it seems, they never did. The original
word was "taler," meaning the tally
or tale of strokes upon the bells tolling
for the dead. One stroke was for an infant
; three for a girl ; nine for a man.
So would say : " Nine talers
make a man ;" which considering that it
was the unmaking of the man, was a
curious thing to say. Detroit Post.
The Enquirer of Cincinnati says : Hon.
P. T. Barnum strongly indorses St.
Jacobs Oil for pain. His combination
and artists all use it.
A totjxo man in Goshen has been entirely
cured of nervous prostration by playing on a
fiddle. The disease passed to the family ne.'t
door. Detroit Free Press.
Judge W. T. Fiiey, of Pittsfieid,
this State, was cured of severe rheumatism
by St; Jacobs Oil. Springfield
"Never swear before ladies," says a
preacher. What are we to do. Wait until the
ladies swear first, and then swear after them?
An early reply solicited. Bloomington Eye.
'o Wore Bloating:.
62 East Second St., )
Fond Du Lac, Wis., Aug. 4, 18S1. J
H. H. Warner & Co. : Sirs I have been
using your Safe Kidney and Liver Cure for
dropsy, and it has help me very much.
Enquirer: Are there any signs of a hard
winter? There arel Seven English lecturers
threaten to visit this countrv. Iiostnn
Mishler's Herb Bitters 13 the only certain
and effectual remedy for all types and forms
of Kidney disorders. The market is flooded
with so-called cures for this disease. They
are, without exception, inferior in preparation,
too cheaply and carelessly compounded
mere experiments at best. Mishler's Herb
Bitters, on the contrary, have a reputation
more than a quarter of a century old. This
dbmpound not only cures Kidney Disease but
is also, a certain specific for Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Chills and Fever, Constipation and a
host of such every-day complaints.
Oscar Wilde's short breeches and long
stockings are very aesthetic, but Chicago -will
dress 8,000,000 hogs this year in the old way.
Chicaao Inter Ocean.
If bilious, or suffering from impurity of
blood, or weak lungs, and fear consumption
(scrofulous disease of the lungs), take Dr.
Pierce's " Golden Medical Discovery " and
it will cure you. By druggists.
Mrs. Howe says women do not fall in love
any more. Place a woman in front of the milliner's
window, and see if she doesn't.
is a bad thing, but Dr. Pierce's " Favorite
Prescription " deserves its name. It is a
certain cure for those painful maladies and
weaknesses which embitter the lives of so
many women. Of druggists.
An Arkansas girl refused to marry her lover
unless he performed some heroic deed. II
loped with her mother.
Being entirely vegetable, no particular
care is required while using Dr. Pierce's
"Pleasant Purgative Pellets." They operate
without disturbance to the constitution,
diet, or occupation. For sick headache,
constipation, impure blood, dizziness,
sour eructations from the stomach, bad
taste in mouth, bilious attacks, pain in region
of kidney, internal fever, bloated feeling
about stomach, rush of blood to head,
take Dr. Pierce's "pellets." By druggists.
They used to say when a man was In an ill
humor that he "had his back up." Now
they remark that he is "on his ear." This is
a great and needed improvement.
Rbdding's Russia Salve meets with wonderful
success in all cases of Skin disease. Try it.
A man should not resign even an umbrella
while under a cloud. IT. O. Picayune.
Ir you must drink ice-water put a little
oat-meal in it. The oat-meal doesn't help tha
water any, but gives you time to make a wilL
Straighten old boots arid shoes withLyon's
Patent Heel Stiffeners, and wear them again.
When ten-cent pieces again become fashionable
as articles of jewelry every man can
wear a dime-and-pin. N. Y. Commercial Advertiser.
"Wells' Health Renewer" restores health
and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence,
Sexual Debility. $1. Druggists. Send for
pamphlet to E. S. Wells, Jersey City, N. J.
TS if 1 Al
i ru.Ni rAtrr: xuai, -noon," wuemar wo
spell it backwards or forwards, is always midday.
Andrew's American Queen.
Ty the new brand Spring Tobacco.
Cincinnati. September 30, 1882.
LIVE STOCK Cattle Common..Sl 75 $2 75
Choice butchers 4 00. 4 75
HOGS Common 6 00 7 60
Good packers 7 75 8 45
SHEEP 2 75 4 25
FLO UK Family 4 40 Q 4 65
Fancy .. 5 00 5 50
GRAIN -Wheat Mediterranean... 1 00 ($
No. 2 winter red. 95 96
Corn No. 2 mixed 63 64
Oats No. 2 mixed, new 33
Rye No 2 63
HAY Timothy, No. 1 14 00 14 50
HEMP Double dressed 8 9
PROVISIONS Pork Mess .22 50 ra22 75
Lard Steam 12
BUTTER Western Reserve 25 & 27
Prime Creamery 30 32
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES-
Potatoes, per barrel, from store 1 75 & 2 00
Apples, prime, per barrel 1 75 2 25
FLOUR-State and Western S3 90 & 4 75
Good to choice 4 80 7 60
GRAIN Wheat, No. 2 red 1 04 1 05
No.l white 1 08 1 09
torn No. 2 mixed 68 69
Oats mixed 33 40
PORK Mess - 21 25 21 75
FLOUR Western H 00 6 50
GRAIN 2 red winter 1 0ia I 06
Corn No. 2 59 59
Oats No. 2, new 31
Rye-No. 2 57 58
PORK Mess 21 05 21 10
LARD Steam .1250
WHISKY. 1 20
COTTON Middling 11
FLOUR A No. 1 -. 25 4 50
GRAIN Whoat No. 2 red, new... 88
Corn No. 2 mixed 67
Oats No. 2, new. 35
PORK -Mess '. 23 00
WHEAT new S 92 94fc
OATS, white, new 32
LIVE STOCK Cattle
Butchers' stock 2 75 4 50
Shipping cattle 4 00 5 60
FLOUR Family .4 75 6 00
GRAIN Wheat-No. 2 1 06. 1 06
Corn mixed...'... 65 67
Oats mixed 42 44
pork. 23 25
Lard, refined 14
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Physicians declare it superior to all
Chapped hands, face, pimples and rough
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"WANTED for the Best an.d Fastest-selling
AGENTS BookB and Bibles. Prices reduced
83 per cent. NxTioxAii Publishing Co., Phllad'a, Pa.
A MONTH and board in your county. Men
$47 or Ladles. Pleasant business. Address
P.W.ZikgleeOo.. BoxM, Chicago, 111.
Snperl) in Hate, Die & Fiflisb.
Fine Texture, Rich, Full-toned m
Colon, Great Depth or Mi '
The only Real Substitute for Lyons Silk Velvet.
Can be worn as Complete Costume, or made up with any kind of Dress Material. To save the publtt
from imposition, the Genuine it stamped "IfonpareiP' on the back of atry second yard. To be par
chased of all retailers.
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Puraaaa' Purtratlva Pills make New Ricl
Blood, and will completely change the blood in the
entire system m taree moniiw. Any persoa wbo
will take oxe pQl each night from 1 to 12 weeks mar bs
restored to sound health, if such a thing be possible.
Sold eTerrwhera or sent by mail for 8 letter stamps
I. S. JOJINSON St. CO., rJeatea, Maes.
formerly Banger, me.
JWGOOD AGENTS WANTED FOR THB
COMPLETE j.uu unrtvuttcu ttUJUOU TTlin 1ST
new bindings, clear print, thou
ands of Dorg, finest steel and othk.
DOMESTIC engravings bat h version of N. T.,
RIRLP and scores of extra. helDS and at'
tractions, is deservedly the most
popular Family Bible published. For very best terms.
Address HUBBARD BROS.. Bible Pub's. Cincinnatii O.
" TilE U Ell Husband, ""Oar Toy
I HE nCIl Soldiers." and "The Chi-
Iaeae Qaeetloa." Our new. Awfully Funny Comic
Cards. XI cents each, fiend SO cents (stamps) for tht
1 LtetoMfe. SAiaaJ3Xa.TBA2i, 7 Nassau St.. V.T.
MERCHANT'S GARGLING OIL Id the
oldest aud tho standard liniment of the
United States. Large size, S1.00; medium 50
cents; small, 25 cents; small size for family
use, 25 cents; 3Ierchant's Worm Tablets, 25
cents. For sale by every druggist and dealer
in general merchandise.
For Family Use.
Tho Gargling Oil Liniment with white
avkappeh. for human flesh, is put
id in small bottles only, and does not" stain
the skin. Price 25 cents.
I The Gargling Oil Almanac for 1SS3
S I s how in the hands of our printer, and will
I be ready for distribution during the months
of isiovom tier ana OJecemDer, iecw.
miin:ii for tn cominc: vear will be more use
fnl imd instructivo than ever, nd will be
sent free to any address. Write
Ask the Nearest Druggist
If the dealers in your place do not keep
MnrrhfintR Rsircrlinor Oil for sale, insist upon
their sending: to us, or where they get their
medicines, and tret it. Keen the bottle well
corked, and shake it before using. Yellow
wnpper for animal and white for human
Tho Mfirrfmnt'a Gardiner Oil has been in
use as a liniment for half a century. All we
ask is a fair trial, but be sure and follow directions.
The Gargling Oil and Merchant's Worm
Tablets are for sale by all druggists and dealers
in general inerchandibe throughout the
Manufactured at Lockport, Is . Y., by Merchant's
Gnrsrling Oil Company.
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GLEES AND CHORUSES,fSaSSgffi!?S
CHORUS BOOK.'Sl.OO'. Pkkki.vs' A
GLKE iiOOK. (SI. SO, Cobb's FUSTI-VAL
CHORUS ROOK, (Sl.5), Pkrk.xs
OLKE AXD CHORUS BOOK, (SI), GEE-MAN
FOUR-F-VICT SOXGS, (Sl.SO;, and
Zerbaiin's IOEX, (SI).
EASY GLEES AND PART SOHGS found are
In abundance in Pehkins' newCIIORAX. CHOIR.
($1), and his new PEERLESS, (73 eta: ). also it
Emkrsok'b HERALD OP JPRJLISE, (11). a3
1O0O or more separate Octavo Chorus ea. Glees
and Anthems, each C to 10 cents.
FIRST-RATE ANTHEMS SffE&ftSBE
HARP, ($1.25). Emkrson's BOOK OT ANTHEMS,
($1.25). AMERICAN ANTHEM
BOOK, (1.25). and GEM GUB ANER, ($1), by
SOEKIG GAnTATAS, bondage, ($i. by
Ohadwiok, BEI.8HAZZAlt,($i). by
and the classic DON MTJNIO, (81.50). CO-MALA,
(EOcts.), and CHRISTMAS, (80cts.),by
Send for lists and descriptions.
Any book mailed for retail price.
OliFVER DITSON at CO., Boston.
C. H. DITSON fe CO., 843 Broadway, N. T,
Best tn the "World. Get the senulne. Every
package has our Trade-mark and fs
narked Fraxer'ti. SOL.D EVERYWHERE.
IJiSJ tjsi fiiy yP to send for our fall price
list for 1882. Trc t
'any address upqn applW
cation. Contains descrij.
tions of everything reqtue
ed for Personal or FnxaUr
nse. with over 2,200 illustrations. We ell alt soods u
tvliolesule prices in qn nt tie to suit tha pnrobaien,
The only institution wiio maVo this their special busk
scks. MO.TKOMERV WARD &. CO., SWf
fc 22 Wabaith Avenue, Chicago, llllaoU.
irarwAsra xomrri Twsrinu ta.
If yc vast ft LnzatUat mraiticbt, floviar
nTC wfcuktrt or a burr growth of hiir n fetid
W w tetdfi or ta THICKEN. STRENGTHEN tad
INVIGORATE tb, HAIR anjwhr don't bt liumbncrid.
Trj the gnat Spiniiti riircoirrr which bai NEVER YET
FAILED. Stnd ONLY SIX iXNTS t Dr. J. tiONZA.
LXZ, Box 1M3. OtMCB, Uxtt JSawara of all imltailoas.
Whoaie desirous of recei
ing a carefully revised Prion
List every 'month of all
Hums kinds of Paper Stock an4
Printing Material, should
address P. O. Box 339 Chi-
VflllNiR MPW If jou want to learn Telegraphy la
I UUliU Ultl. a few months, and be certain of a sil.
nation, address VALENTINE BROS.. Janesville, Wis.
(sfcK fl MONTH-AGENTS WANTED OObetf
k3iXiilfi,lHnBarrTcle8 in the world:! 6amDler
Jiwiw Address T. A. Bronaon, Detroit. MIci
VMm k r sttv m
m "T . a fM
Get up Clubs for our C2L.
BRA.TXD TKAS, and leenre a beautlfel
"Vcn Som or Gold Sud Tea Sit,"
(4 pleoe,) oar own Importation. Oac
f thu txantlfol Tea Stts rlren awif
to tba party sending a Club for $25.00. Bewars of tha
CHEAP TEAS " that are belnr adrertlted they are danctros
and detrimental tocealth ilowpeUon. Deal only with relUtto
Homes and with first hands if possible. No hambmf .
The Great American Tea Co., Importers,
r. ft Box 318. 31 13 YJiSEY BT., KswTi4
write The AULTMAN Jb TAYLOR CO. Mansfield. 2C
"Wholesale and retail. Bend for price-list.
HAIR Goods sent C. O. D. "Wigs made to ordor.
E. BURNHAM, 71 State Street- Chicago.
A. N. SL E. 893 83 32
WHEN WRITING TO ADVERTISES.
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