i. I . . J-. . . a. 8 .. ;....
'll ! by Mi pfoftgh would thrive,..
Hiliuilf uiii'l either holtl or drive "
TO KKUP -KATt, BUM UUSESi. .
AlmoHt all jxtmiiij who lmvo used
luinit'!? luive Im ii inure or hss uiiiiojed
by liuving thorn injured by ruts. We
give n few Lints its t hmv thin limy fie
avoided, though rvciybiidv litmus, or
elll'ets to know what is host. Tlio rc
ctipes here given arc collected from
iliirereiit eourcs :
Take in bout b toivpoonftil of Cim'ime
prp)or, mix it thoroughly willi i quart
of oil, nnd rub tlio harness with the
mixture. Thie, it is ehiiinod, will ' not
only keep ruts from gnawing tho bar-
litw, but it will also prevent horses
nml colts from elicwing their linca or
Take two quoi ts of green leek?, pour
over them one gallon of oil, and let it
tain a few days before using.; the
longer it stands tho better.
A little beu.inc rubbed over the
harness ftfter it has been oiled is said
to be a sure preventive, but is it not
recommended by many, on account of
the idea that it injures the leather.
One ounce of aloes to one gallon of
oil will prevent raU from distroying
It is also claimed that by mixing a
small quantity, say a table spoonful of
pine tar to one quart of oil, harness
will be most effectully 'protected from
any injury : bat if to much is put on
the leather Will not absorb it. It will
collect dirt, besides making tho har
ness unpleasant to handle. Harness
and Carriage Journal.
LAND OCCUPIED BY FENCES.
The materials and labor required to
build and keep fences in repair are
among the heavy items of farm ex
pense. The cost of the land on which
they stand is another item, on which
J. Harris, of Rochester, discourses as
follows in the American Agriculturist :
How much land ' dues an old fash
ion fence occupy? I have always
thought it took up a good deal of land,
but never had tho curiosity to measure
But this snnimcr we have been build
ing a stone wall along tho whole west
Eidc of the farm, and, after it was com
pleted, and the old fence removed, I
was surprised at the quantity of land
we had gained. The ground, of
course, might have been ploughed
closer to tho fence ; but, taking the case
as its actually was, the old rail-fem e
with stones, weed.-', rubbish, Ac, occu.
wied a strip of one rod wide. A field
thirty-one rods long and thirty-one
rods wide containing about six acres.
If surrounded by such a fence, it would
occupy a little over three-quarters of an
acre of land. A farm of ouo hundred
and sixty acres so fenced would have
twenty acres of land taken up in this
worse than useless manner. Not only
is the use of the laud lost, but it is, in
the majority of cases, a nursery of
weeds and, in plowing much time is
lost in turning, nnd the headlands and
corners areseldom properly cultivated.
A MA UK ET VOIX POTATOES.
The crop ef potatoes this year prom
ises to be a large one. To the question.
What shall we do with them ? "Itural,"
of thr Chicago Tribune answers :
What you cannot sell, feed to your
cows, horses and pigs. In the New
England States and New York, iu the
old time, the potato crop had had no
commercial value, but was of great im
portance for feeding purposes. Better
give our work teams in Rpring a feed
. of potatoes at noon, rather than corn,
espoeially if we feed com at night and
morning. Ifyouhavea dry cow lo
fat, feed her potatoes. If short of corn
for the pigs, boil potatoes for them.
A p tck a day to each cow will add to
your yield of butler. The surplus for
market is more apparent than real,
after deducting fur home use. Thous
ands of farmer's families at tho West
will have a winter supply for the first
time, thanks to the potato mania. The
Colorado potato-hug, that was to sweep
away this crop and cut it off from the
list of good plants, has disappeared
from amouy us (in Central Illinois,)
and tho potato bids fair to be more
valuable than before.
tue aoi" ciior.
The Green Hay (Wisconsin. ) Advo
cate says :
"We gather from our exchanges
that the hop crop in this Statu will bo
better than last year. In some places
it is damaged by lice, but the destruc
tion is confined to limited localities.
In some places the picking has com-
nienccd. but generally the crop will
not be ready for picking until the lat
ter part of this week. At Bamboo
and cl-;ewhero growers are uncertain
whether the prices will justify tlio ex
panse of picking and bailing, und un
less some nspuiani o is jriven of remun
erative prices, the crob of many yards
will be allowed to perish on the vines,
. At Kilbuurn City U ceiit-i per pound
1 have been ollerod for prime new hops."
THE Thirty-third year of this popular in
stitiitioii will open on the 15th of Septem
ber Mon'icello possesses every advantage of
lorality,situated on the Chicago, Alton and
8t Louis Railroad. All Income of Iheachool
is used to project the arrangements for edu
calional advantages and domestie comfort.
It is now confidently believed that no 8em
innry can be found where eveiy department is
belter suited to the wants of its pupils,
Mn-ic taught by the best teachers. French
and (ii'rmnii by native; teachers. Especial
care given to Drawing: and Oil Painting.
II V ' or i.mnmp'iH or particulars appiy to
PIU.NCIPAI., Godfrey, III. n52 2m.j
The Great . English Remedy.
"TUfFSE WAFKBS AltF.'A COMPOTJNT) T!"
UIW IIIU.I YllllllllllU HIM! II1UIIM1 tHiuy'
known to the mnllral faculty, ami "HI ore. with
out fall, all the various r.iruis or (lonorrhoa,
Olcel, Stricture, Lciieurrliiia, . Blicrmalorrtiea,
and all wcakm-si of the sexual orimus, always
cllectlnir a radical guru, la tlio shortest posslhlo
time, frequently In two or tlireo days, without
any clmiiffoof onllnary habits, diet, Ac. ThCTaro
lilcaiinat lo tuotaMe, do not disturb Uio sloniacn
or the bowels, and no poisonous lni-s art neces
sary to be taken even In the worst stapes of the
disease. The Wafers, when used according to
directions, though perfectly harmless, are the
niost certain remedy ever discovered, and tnvlr
reputation all over Kurope. as wull as In this coun
try. Is a sulllcle-u iruarantyfur tlio cuinlclu safety
Hid efficiency of this pleasant remedy.
Price, $1 a package, or three for $3, securely
Wrapped from observation, and seut liy luall to
suiy address on receipt of tho prices named.
A printed treatise upon theso complaints will be
Sent free of rliarire on application by mail to the
funeral afienu, Collins tiros., 23 Ascond street
t. Iiils. Mo. .
Tho Wafers aro sold by druggists generally.
St. Louis and Pacific
NORTH MISSOURI RAILROAD
The short link connecting the
Great Pacific Railways
ST. LOUIS AND 'THE 'EAST.
Doue in tlio Mart Imi.Toved and
Neat Maimer, suds, us
' . &c, &c, &e.,
AT THE LOWEST KATES.
: Whut is the (liif'erpnr'o between nn
editor nnl a wife? One et-ti urticlcg
tn rijrlit"., nnd tlio other write nrlieles
iSTow is tho T
GET UP A CLUB AT
One copy, ) y.-nr.VJ Ot).
' Hi V l-KMIt ). f .cm.
Ten vr more Id huc p. o. filt lj,
I 5fJ per year.
The through trains all over this road run in
close connection wiin an uie western Kan
roads, landing passengers in ST. LOUIS in
time to make close and immediate connec
tions wilb the
Eastern Lines for
Cincinnati. Indianapolis, Chicago. Louis
villr, (levclnml. rilt-hiirp;, llnllnlo,
l'h.ladi Iplii.i. Uallimorc Kcvr Tork,
lloslon, HaliiiiKton and all
To faciliale (he increase of business over
this road, the management have decided to
Tlxreo Through. Ex
Giving passengers their choice of Pontes to
lo uie tiisi, ana tue aavaniae ot me r.isl
time now being made by the Hoads leading
from St. Louis.
When purchasing tickets see (hat thy read
via N0KTI1 HiSSOll R All.KO VII.
To be obtained "t ult Railroad Ticket
8. H. KMtHT. i. M . JIlM SPAltD,
Gen'l Sup't., Gen'l Ticket Ag't,
L. M. Il SS, GenM Wesl'n Ag'i.
St. Joseph, Mo.
J. MEREDITH DAVIES,
Gen'l Advertising Agent, St. Louis, Mo
St, Louis University.
THE FORTUTH ANNUAL SESSION Or STUD
dicu in tli-r
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
Montlny, SrptrtBiber G,1SG!).
The course of slii'Iies offers every facilily
for ucqiiiiing a thorough cii sical and commer
For Catalogue, Ice., address
lttv. F. n. 11 TE CF.tR., Jr.,
President St. Louis University,
noinl ST. LOUIS, MO
O QJ7 '
ENCOURAGE HOME INSTITUTIONS!
STATE INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital Paid Up and Secured, over $400,000 00.
The subscriber is fully prepared to furnish
Sheet Music Strings, Musical Instruments,
mid Music Books of all kinds at the lowest
trade rates, wholesale and retail, fiojj tlie
rgesi collections in mis country.
Urders punctually and faithfully attended
' Address all orders
783 Kroadwar. H V.
GLASGOW STOCKHOLDERS I
JAMES O. SWINNEY, J. W. LEWIS, AV. P. DIINNICA,
S. SHACK LEFOUD, W. T. GILLIAM, W. IIEKYFOIU),
JOHN TILLMAN, HENRY TILLMAN, GEO. 1'IIIPPS,
J. DENTLEY, JOHN C. WOODS, J. S. THOMSON.
Will Insuie Dwellings from one to five years. Houses In town and country, merchandise
on land and water. Hates as low as any first-class comp.iny always looking to the safely
of the company, and protection to tlie assured.
Losses Fairl at the Banking House of THOMSON & DUNNICA, Glasgow, Mo
ALL ORDERS BV MAIL
Were Sold in me Vlar 1SGH.
NUT ONE HAS EVEIi FAILED
THE r-tlU'ECT llfKRATION or VEI.y
CIIAM'ER oak stove
FULL Y G (J A i AUTEED
AND III Rl tl'.K K.VOWN
They Stand Unrivaled
r'dlt Dl'i, ABILITY
An. I CD.WiiMKNCE.
ForSlmiilirity ol H.tit.iKTnieiii,
And lor 1 Uuiiliuiss in (ooklug,
riiKY ARE HG.Mr- NSTITUTIONS.
.'ilanufarlurcl in Hie West, and
aiiapted to the wants or
WESTERN AND SOUTIIEHN PEOPLE.
Surely no good hnusokecper can afford
to be without one.
FOR JUICE LIST, ADDBKES
iil Si 61 1 KOKTII M MX STREET
ST. LOUis, MO.
Sold Hy C. DA UTKL, GLASGOW.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
GEO. PHIPPS. HENRY TILLMAN, J. W- LEWIS, J. S. TH OMON,
JOHN" O. WOODS. President.
LEADING FEATURES OF THE COMPANY:
It is on the co-operative plan, headquarters at Hannibal, Mo. There are nirenries at all
the principal points in the State. Each Board, in each locality, elects its own ofliccrs, and
inttu.iKes us own ousinpss, oujusis us own losses, anil loans the money at home, in its own
locality Each Board co-operales with all the others for the general eood of the whole.
It to A.n..lii;nall.. Iir,TIC- IVBTITIITIIV . ll - .... .
,o ,..... j, a iiu.u inoiuuuu.i, louuuru on a sure, sate, rename and per
THOMSON & DUNNICA, Agents,
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA
JOHN J. ROE,
mm j. roe,
ItOHI KI' If Mtl'lf ,
JOIl.V HOM L,
i:. o. srtWKit,
iiery '. Hortn.
V. 8. .KtLLV.
TRUSTEES FOR ST. LOUIS COUNTY.
J tl. Hi itton, Pres't Bank of the State of Mo. John N. Pntchard, Pres't L. &. M. Ins, Co,
Lojran D. Dameron, Merchant. D. A. Januaiy, Pres't St. Louis Life Ins. co,
rienry i. mow, t-resiueni lii auny Mining Co. Kob't Bartli, Pres't German avium Bank,
John M. Piatt, of Switzler, Piatt & Co. Francis P. Blair,
Barton Able, Collector at St. Louis, I. M. Veitch. Sec'v Hone Mutual Ins. co..
Jno K. Loinberer, Pres't 3d National Bank. W. H. Markhum, of W. H. Markham & Co,
Wm.Taussie, President Trader's Bank.
H. W. Smith, Pres't M.& St. L. Packet Co.,
Werner Meyer, of C. F. & W. Meyer,
John J. Roe, Pres't Merchants Union Ex.,
W. C. Kennett, Merchant,
PJ. W. Perkins, ot Sam'l U. Davis & Co.,
Amos Colling, of Jamison, Coding Sf Co.,
Taylor Blow, of Blow, Curd & Co.,
Frfix Coste, Pres't Build' fit Savings As.,
t'lias. Speck, of L. & (' peck,
VVil-y U'Oench, Pres it Franklin Bank.
E. (). Stauard, Pres't ,Jvims Ins. Co.
Carlos S. lireeley, of Greeley It Gale,
H. JJ. Booge, Merchant,
James A. Bartlett, Marine Ins. Co.,
Joseph Bogy, Pres't Commercial Ins. Co.
George R. Kissel, of Hart & Bissel,
1). 11. Bishop, Sec'y Mound City F. Ins. Co.,
John C. Bull, Merchant,
U. W. Church, Sec'y Commercial Ins. Co.,
Win. J. Campbell, of Campbell & Mcntz,
Lewis Duestrow, Sec'y Franklin Ins. co ,
Jos. W. Guddard, witii Sam. C. Djvisi Co.,
Geo. R. Robinson, Commission Merchant,
i.ewis v. Dogy , ijBW yer,
William Patrick, of J. & W. Patrick
W. H. Maurice, Cashier Nat. Loan Bank,
Chauncey I. Filley, Queensware Merchant,
John How, of John How &. Son,
John H. Beach, of Bridge, Beach & Co.,
E. S. Rowse, Pres't Widows and Orpans Life
Wiley S. Wright, of Buck & Wright,
C. W. Thomas, Quartermaster U. S. A.
Robert Heinrichshofen, Merchant,
George O. Hail, Iron Merchant,
Enno Sander, Druggist.
George H. Loker, Jr.,
Charles S. Bodley, United Slates Ins. CO.,
G. G. Brenizer, with W. C. Kennett,
Lewis Bierman, of William Young 4c Co.,
E. B. Brown,
H. W. Blanke, of Blanke & Bro.
Martin Collins, of Collins ic Maud,
D. F. Greenleaf,
Join K. Earickson, of White 4; Earickson.
jonn L. ouiiznorn, contractor,
J. W. Godfrey, Gen. Agt. C. O. Life Ins. co., R. S. Hart, of Hart Blusel.
H. VV. Hough, Sec'y Marine Ins. co., John V. Hogan,
W. R. Hodges, Gen. Agt. Conn. Mutual Life Albert E. Hall, Manufacturer,
M. D Ucltzcll, of M. D. Hellzell & co.,
John W. Jenuning, Freight Agent,
Win. L. Loker, of Geo. H. Loker & co.,
John Lewis, clerk circuiU-ourt,
T.J. Montgomery, Home Mu. Ins. co.,
J. T. McCord, Atlantic aiwl Mississippi co.,
S. T. Moody, Benevolent & Loan Ass'n.
Richard Merkle, of Sam. McCartney & co.
B. It. Pegram, Captnin steamer Ruth,
William Heever, of Dodd, Brown & co.,v
Geo. Sherman, Conn. Mu. Life lus. co., -S.
A. Shortridge, of A. J. Alexander co.,
Isaae S. Warner, Merchant,
Morris Taussig, of Taussig & Livingstone,
A. H. Weber, of Brown, Weber ft Graham,
W. H. Wild, Gen. A't C. O. Life Ins. co.,
11. E. Collins, Sec'y Luinheimaus & Mech.
W. B. Haseltine. Merchant.
Hugh R Hildrcdth, Stationer,
John H. King, Agent Life Association,
A. L. Croix, of Samuel AlcCartuey (f Co.,
E Miltenberger, Banker,
James It. Shaler,
Henry M. Noel, of Dodd, Brown $ Co.,
Win. Niehaus, Physician,
J. H. Newton, of E. O. Smith 4 Co.,
John Pitttnan, Physician,
F. W. Rosenthal, Merchant,
John R. Saycrs, National Loan Bank,
J. F. Shiefer, of J. F. Shicfer 4- Co.,
Charles Taussig, Merchant,
Hugh L. While. of White Earickson,
James M. Z. Wilhrow,
H. M. Woodward, of Union Car Works,
H. H. V.'eruse, of Trader's Bank.
Leading Features of the Life Association of America :
tiru it is not a Joint atomic company, but a purely mutual association, in which the
whole ot I he profits are divided equitably among policy holders.
ikwud There are no stockholders, be -ethe Officers, Directors, and Tiustees are chosen
iivui lilia jruiivj" uummat UULU fJUIlJi I uct na9 a ruie.
Third H is a home institution, man .-d by our own citizens, and liavinj its funds in
fu icu 111 I lie irtui ii y vi I cm trstuic 01 u ;u ill uur III lus i.
Fuurth Its rates of premiums are L VElt than those of anv other sound coinnanv.
Fifth Having its funds invested in J West, at much higher .ates of interest than can h,
1 btanied by Lantern coiiip.inies, whe he laws of their -respective States PROHIBIT in,
vestments in the West, the Life Assot - ,ion can payumcli larger divideuds than are paid by
A5s7"Durine the vear 18157. the banks of St. Louis, ismieil drafts n. N. vnrr c, i
Ha.ttord. and Philadelphia, in favor of Eastern Life Insurance Companies, amountine in
II, n .. .......... -.1 a I.. I1.A ,.0 1l..... lll!.... T.I. 'l. .. ..
f-rt P m.d giiui iiiun. .inn ul iuic. .iiiiiiuu iruiiursi i ue uuiK or mis will be re
tamed in the East, for a whole generalioii. while much never will h ret llllif.il. la tlita tin
way to build up the cities and towns, and develope the unrivalled resources of the State of
luissouri, aim uie wesu
buflkuilern- Life Lmirance Companies positively refuse to invest a Dollar of
their enormous Assctts m ulusguw.
0. Jl. lUllltlSGW.
i. 8. THOflSOS,
i. W. JltZICR, Secretary, ' J. 8. TUOSSOL rresldcui,
' Ult. COLLIXS,ncdlcal Director.
The Hnward County Board of Emmigra.
tion, now thoroughly organized and in work
ing order, will pay attention lo the securing
of homes and employment for all Immigrants
who may apply to them.
Persons who want to buy or rent land or
houses, with a view of securing homes in
Howard county, will be promptly accommo
dated and land proprietors desiring to
sell will find it to their advantage
to confer with the Board. All informa
tion, advice, Sic, will be given on applica
tion in person or by letter FREE OF
PHILIP BAIEK, Presideut, Howard Co.
Board of Immigration, or -
E. Von AdkLunq, C.oru3?poidiii Secreta
ry, Glasgow, Mo.
N, B. Persons having land for rent or
sale, or in possession of uuy intelligence that
will further the aims of this Board, will con
fer a favor by addressing as above.
BEN. W. LEft IS Ja.,of Lewis Bros. &
: T. J. BARTHLOW, ) of B. W. Lewis
'JAS. W. LEWIS t Urn. CI.o.. n
iiiiv, u.rrinni, rresiueni union faci
Kailway Co., Eastern Division.
MTHOIOW LEWIS $L CO.
324 orth Third St., Cor. Locust
ST. LOUIS, MO.
TsOSSF.ssivrc r.Aiir.p mkaims a Nn
! J7 ample facilities resnectfullv solict busi-
I hD in .l.A:i...A ii .r i- i
i iu iu.il nuo iiuui tueir iriunus wiu tue
I'uhlic. i .
Drafts on England, Ireland and Contiuent
ot curojie tor bale. . .
The subscriber, lale a member of 'ihiswell
Known nun, lias estabilsneu a
"83 Broadway, New Yoiik Citv.
where he will be pleased to receive the or
ders of his friends and the public, and espe
cially to hear from those who have so liberally
bestowed theii patronage on Die tli m j hereto
fore. He will supply thescsuperior instruj
ments to tne iraiie
hesale nnrt Rrlall, at the Very Lowes
Made with the Tnstilnt d Iron Rim and
Frame (cast in one solid pl.ile.) They
excel all others iu durability, su
periority of tone, and ele
gance of external appearance.
To sell tlio only Complete Una
bridged Edition of Convuf.ark
& IIowhon'b. Life and
With an able and 'eloquent dissertation by
Prof. Leonard Bacon, of Yale Colleirs. -
Commended by most eminent divines and
ablest scholars in all parts of. our country.
An Exact Rfphint ot the latest English
" PEOPLE'S EDITON," and Hiffert from
.ii . 1 1 i . t. . i . . i . i . . .i
nu oinrrs, vy uie suustiiuuon. oy tne auinorg,
of translation of notes in English, In place of '
numerus quotations and notes in foreign lan-
it nas received ine slump or Universal
scholarly approbation. Rev. Dr. Patton, '
H.U. " Auvance " Chicago.
I do heartily recommend It as a faithful and
valuable guide in the study of the Scripture
ti:.i s. 1
No work in the langimge approximate! if
Rev. Mark Hopkins, President Williams
A perfect magazine of facts. Bishop D.
W. Clark of Cincinnati.
Dr. Bacon's name, in connection with thir '
edition is a tower of strength.
As a work of research and skill, it can
hardly be excelled. Rev. C. D. Pillsbury
Send for hur 16 pege descriptive circuiar-
giving full particulars, terms anp testimonals.- .
Address, JUlVh.3, JU.NK1N, t CU.,
n48t4 167 South Clark St. Chicago III
All these Pianos have overstrung Scales,
giving in connection with the patent iron rim
and frame, Full Round Powerful and Sweet
Mellow tones, the cases are elegant in ap
pearance, and easily and safely handled.
Warranted to prove satisfactory, rttl.e
Address all orders to
783 Broadway, N. Y.
s. d. & n. w. smith's
THE MOST PERFECT aND ELEGANT
MERICAN HOM E CIRCLE.
GLASGOW .... MO.
THE undersigned has an excellent fly
shuttle loom, and makes the best of Jeans-
Linsevs, Flannels, Blankets and Carpets. He
has also a Lamb Knitting Machine, wnica
knits six pairs of good stockings or socks dal
ly. Orders solicled. Cloth, Flannels, Socka
and Stockings for sale or to exchange for
wool end oilier country produce. Prices
moderate. Please call at the house above the
colored church, in north end of town. , ,
n l6m3. II. II. THOMPSON.
Agents Wanted for Frof. Parson'!
With full directions and Forms for all (rani-,
actions, in every State of the Union. By
THEOPH1LUS PARSONS, LL. D. Prof . of
Law in Harvard University, and Author of
many Law Hooks.
A Nkw Book for everybody. Explaining
Ihe Rights, Duties nnd Obligations of all the
relations of lite as well as every kind of con
tract and legal obligation.
A correct, economical, and safe Counsellor
lndUpensible to nil who would know their
rights and duties, and possesses the means of
transacting unaided their own business,
So plain, full, accurate, and complete that
no person can afford to be without it. Em
bodying in popular form the results of the
labor and study of the most popular and sue
cessful writer of law books in the country.
Exclusive territory and no competion.
Send for our descriptive circular and teitl- .
Address, National Pdbmshino Co.,
Ptib'rs, 178 Elm Street Cincinnati, Ohio.
JLL:'.: .... ' --' -au.,iir
Makes home attractive, refines and 'elevates
the minds or all, beautiful in appearauc
TS3 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
V6a.Jojj 1'iUNTiKo notitly executed
t this ullicc,
The immense popularity of these Organs,
anil uieir superior Musical rowers, is rast
hrinEfine theui before the public, as the instru
ineiit so long desired in American Homes.
And although the cost price is but a trille over
the Melodeon, yet the musical advantages,
beauty or lone anu quickness or loucn ana ac
tiou are so far superior that thev are fast su
perceding the Melodeon, and the call is now
almost exclusively for
Ther are edanted to any music, from the
quickest and most lively, to the heavy tones of
tue inurcn urgan. Aim almost unversuiiy
they are preferred to the Piano, by persons
who 'have them, yet costing less than half,
aud only taking a small amount of room.
Bend for descriptive circulars giving full
particulars and piices.
Exclusive agencies secured to dealers, and
arge discounts to tne iruue aim teacliers.
DOXY'S WASHING MACHINE
LATELY MUCH IMPROVED AND THE NEW
UNIVERSAL CLOTHES WRINGER
improved with Rowell's Patent Double Cog
Wheels, aed the Patent Stop, arc now unques
tionably far superior to any apparatus for
washing clothes ever invented, and will save
uieir cost twiee a year, by saving labor and
Those who have used them cive testimony
as follows :
"We like our machine much: could not be
persuaded to do without it, and with the aid
of Duty, we leel we are masters of the posi
tion. Rev. L. Scott, Bishop M. E. church.
it is worm one aonar a weeK in any
family." N. Y. Tribune.
" in the laundry of my bouse there is m
perpetual thanksgiving on Mondays for the
invention." Rev. Theodore L. Cuyler.
" Every week has given it a stronger hold
upon the affections of the inmates of the laun
dry." N. Y. Observer.
" I heartily recommend it to economists of
time, money and contentment." Rev. Dr.
" Friend Doty Your last improvement of
your wasiug M.chiue is a complete success.
I assure you 'our Machine,' after a year'a
use, is thought more of to-day than ever, and
would not part with it under any circumstan
ces." Solon Robinson.
lour Washing Machine has been in daily
use iu our louudry, and the housekeeper ex
presses herself as highly pleased with it. It
certainly accomplishes a greater amount of
work, with less labor, and does not wear the
clothes near so much as (lie old fashioued
wash-board. By using it, one laundress ia
dispensed with." Win. M. F. Round, Su.
perimenueni or inrant department of SU
Catherine's NurBury, N. Y. City.
FKICES A Fair Offer.
Send the retail price. Washer $15 Extr
Wringer $10, and we will forward either e
both machines free of freight, lo places wher
no one is selling ) and so sure are we they
will be liked, that we will agree to refund the
money if any wishes to return the machines
free of freight, after a month's trial, accord
ing to directiods .
No husband, father or brother should per
mit the drudgery of washing with the hands
fitly two days in the year wheu it can be
done betlcr, more expeditiously, with less la
bor, aud no injury to the garmen's by a Dotr
Clothes washer and a Universal Wriuger,
Canvassers will, exclusive right of sale
Make money fast seling them. :'
Sold by dealers generally, to whom libera'
discounts are made.
n. C. IIROWM.YG, Gen. Agent.
32 Courtland St. New Yerk
The uudursigued Lus fur sale about
five thousand bushels of the best quali
ity of coal, w liii h will, iipod applica
tion bo delivered to parties In Glasgow
at twenty cents pur buhol. Leave
orders with C. Maynard, at tho lpBt
Oilice, or npnly to
Jk;t job lu'iiitini dune a this oliice.
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