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STUFFED FOGS.-Cut BOH?O hard
boiled eggs iii biilf, mineo tho yelks
with capers, anobovioB aud truffles in
duo proportions, and a little tarra
gon; add pepper and. ?alt. Fill each
.half egg with this misture, pour some
liquified butter over each egg, warm
thom iii-tire.orv?h," and serve each half
egg ou a bread sippet cut witii au orua
: mental cutter, and fried a light color
LIGHT - COLORED GINGERBREAD.
Fresh butter, melted, I lb., tlour, dried
and sifted,1l\ lb'.,-brown sugar, lj lb.,
bruised sugar, ; lb., eggB, tho yelkB
and whites beaten separately, roso
water, two tablespoonfuls, white wine,
two tablespoonfuls. Mix all thcBO well
together. Buko one hour. Then with
a spoon spread it over flat tins about
the thickness of a penny-pieoo. Eake
it of a light brown, and, whilo warm,
ont it into oblong pieces, which place
on end till cool.
APPLE SNOW.-Peel, core, and quar
ter a dozen Spitzenberg apples, and
stew them gently, with a enp of water,
white sugar sufhoient to sweeten, and a
little cinnamon ; when reduced nearly
to a pulp, turu into a dish. Make a
soft custard of a quart of milk, the
yelks,of,fpur eggs, .a little sugar, and
extract of lemon.' ' When it is cold, lay
itv over the apples, and1 whip up the
whites of the eggs with a quarter of a
pound of powdered sugar, and heap
lightly on the top.
FRENCH COFFEE.:-French coffee ?B
much talked of and tho general suppo
sition is that tho peculiar French quali
ty is in some filtering process, or in the
way the element is extracted from the j
berry. Eut any intelligent housewife
knows how to extract the element from
tho berry, without any peculiar appa
ratus. Unless she sows it up aB the
French do, she will have nothing that
will appear like French coffee. The
French make their coffee 6o strong that
?n? part of liquor requires the addition
of,, two porivs to reduce it to the proper
Strength: This addition is made with
hot milk. Tni8 large proportion of hot
milk, in the place of Co much warm
water, gives the coffee a richness like
unto that made by the addition of oroam
in the ordinary way. By this, menus
hotels, and any boriv that will go to
the expense of buyiug good milk, can
have good coffee without cream.
RICE CAKES.-To ono teacupful of
cold boiled rice put ono of flour, one
egg, ono tablespoonful of corn-starch,
teaspoonful of salt, and sour milk or
buttermilk enough to make a batter ;
mix smoothly, and nt tho last add a tea
spoonful of soda and a little melted
butter ; bake immediately. If sweet
milk is used put in rnttiar less soda and
double the quantity of cream <*f tar
tar. Coldboiled hominycan be used
in the same way. These aro an ex
collect substitute for buckwhoat cakeB.
Bick SOHFFIJK.-Pick and wash a
teacupful of nee. Put it into a Bauco
pnaWitha pint of milk sweetened to
taste, end. a pod of vanilla'; let the
milk, boil till tho rico is thoroughly
.denjw-Whna*?pfd, remove the stielt of
vnuiiln and work in tho yolks of six
eggs one by one ; thou stir in tho whit' s
of eight eggs whipped to a stiff froth.
Ppur the mixture into a plain cake
mold ; put it into tho oven at once ;
bake for about half au hour, and sorvo
in the mold, with a napkin pinned
TEA CAKES,-Rub n quarter of a
pound of butter into a rjuarfc of dried
flour, Iben beat lip two eggs with two
teaspoonfuls of sifted sugar and two
teaspoonfuls of yeast; pour this mix
ture into tho middle of t?e flour, adding
a pint of warm milk ns you mix it. Beat
up with tho hand until it cornea off
without sticking, and sot it to rise bo
fore -tho fire, covered with a cloth;
after au Lour, make it up into cakes
about, an inch thick, srtt. them on lin
plates to rise before dbe fir? for fen
minutes, and then bake in a slow oven.
MACCAUONI WITH CHEESE.-Tako half
n pound of large maocaroni, cut it into
convenient lengths, and placo it into a
sausepau with plenty of fast-boiling
water, add Piilt to taste, and let it. boil
rather less than half an hour. Drain
off tho water, place tho mnccaroni in a
deep dish, pour over it a couple of
ounces of butter melted till it juBt be
gins to color, and plenty of grated Par
mesan cheese, turn over the mnccaroni
with two forks as u salad is mixed, then
put on a lina .'layer of Parmesan, place
tho dish in a brisk oven for a few min
u.<38, "md serve, ' .
Ronns (FnENcn).-Take half a pint
of yeast and a pint and a half of warm
milk, add suth* oient flour to make it the
thickness of batter ; put into a pau,
cover over, and keep warm. When it
has risen . io its- utmost height, ndd a
quarter of a pint of warm water and
half an ounce of salt ; mix nil togctht r.
K-.ib into it a little flour, two ounces of
butter, then make the dough not quite
so stiffns for bread ; let it stand three
quarters of an hour, when it will bo
ready to form into rolls ; then lot them
stand until they hnvo risen, and bnke
in a quick oven.
CAN'T DO ANY HARM.-We should
like to know how many medicines there
are that can't do any harm. "Castor
oil," sayB a mother, "can't do any
harm ; and yet a littlo girl overworked
at school, coming home to her mother
tired out, and needing only rest and
sleep and something to eat, was dosed
with castor, oil beoauso, forsooth, it
wouldn't do any harm, and something
must be done. Next day no better.
Next day senna and salts-perfectly
innocent stuff. Day affctr, child no
better. Then an emetic-emetic can't
do any harm, that is Bure. Next day
child worse, mother frightened. Man
of a little common sense sees her and
sqys : V Stop these innocent medicines;
give the ohild a warm bath and feed it
properly and lo ! it is well in twenty
four hours.-Herald of Health.
THERE is no risk in buying a Mason
& Hamlin Cabinet Organ. These in
struments aro known to be the best of
their class in tho world But if tho
opinion of n dealer be asked he will fre
quently recommend some other, for
the simple reason that ho cnn get
larger commissions for selling inferior
- -Tho pnoumatic mnil syBtoni luv H
booti opened for publio UBO in tho city
nf Vicuna. By thia method lottors and
packages not exceeding two ounces in
weight can b? Bout from ono end of tho
oity to the other:-a distance of about
eight miles-in something loss than two
second 3. _
HKIUIAIJISTIC REMEDIES. -In former
days, if a member of tho household
became indisposed, tho family*head,
under instructions irotn the gray
haired dhmo, wont to tho forest or tho
field, to gather herbB or berries, from
which were quickly made invigorating
extracts, which ero many days brought
tho patient Btifely around, and saw tho
family gathering onco moro without
a inisBiug member. How ?B it now ?
The slightest indisposition brings tho
"family physician," with his handsomo
carriage. He feels tho pulse, examines
tho tongue, looks very grave, writes a
few lines of hieroglyphics, charges a
big fen, and leaves, only" tb return tho
next day and hud bis pationt merourinl
izod sufficiently to be really sick. A
week or two of attendance follows, and
therein lies tho secret of "wealthy
physicians." Compare tho physique of
the present ago with the paBt, and tho
story is complete. Reader, discard
chemicals and try herbs. If you are
ill, try tho great herbalistic remedy,
Dr. J. "Walker's Vinegar Bitters.
Pimples, Emptions, Hough Skill.
Tho eyetom being put under tho inllunce of
Dr. Pieren'? Golden M cd ic ul Discovery for a
fow weokn, the Bkin becomes smooth, clear,
non, and volvoty, and being illuminated with
tho glow of porfect health from within, trne
beauty stand? forth in all ita glory. The cf
foctH of thoBO niidicinot) which oporato upon
tho Kystom through tho medium of tho blood
aro nocoHaarily somewhat ?low, no mattor how
good tho remedy employed. Whilo ono to
tlireo bottle? clear tho skin of pimples,
blotches, ornptionu, yellow spotp, comodonon.
'grub?,'' a dozen'may possibly bo required
to euro Homo canes whore tho ?y?tom ?H rotten
with scrofulous or virulent blood poiaors. The
euro of all theuo diseases, however, from tho
co*nmon pimple to tho worst scrofula ?B, with
tho uso of this most potent agfuit, only a mat
ter of timo. Sold bv dealer? in nrodicinOB.I
COVERED WtTn ERUPTIONS. CURED.
Ci.wr.UACK. Columbia countv, R. T.:
Dr. It. V. Pirates, Buffalo, N. Y.:
])rar Sir-I am sixty year? of age, and have
been nfllictod with salt rheum in tho worst
form for a great niau? years, until, accidently,
I saw ono of your books, which dosenbed niy
caso exactly. " I bought your Golden Medical
Discovery and took two bot'?ss and a half, and
wa? entirely cured. From mr shoulder? to my
hand? I waa ontirolv covorcd with eruptions,
alao on my fnco and body. I was likewise af
flicted with rheumatism, so that I walked with
front difficulty, and that is ontireW cured.
,fay God ?pure yon a long lifo to romain a
blousing to mankind. With uutold gratitude.
Mre A. W. WILLIAMS.
BRONCHITIS, OR CHRONIC SORE THROAT.
-lt ?H attended with irritation of tho bron
chial tubes, whioh convey the air wc breathe
into tho lungs. This irritation produces nore
throat-, hnarsonoHp, coughing, und ?omotimo?
spitting of mattor streaked with blood. If it
is neglected it will extend down to tho lungH,
and settles into contirmod consumption. Al
len's Lung Bataam will bo found ? most val
nahlo remedy for curing this disease), and pro
vent it H running into consumption.
For salo by all medicine doalors.
BDUNKTT'S COCOAINK ?H tho host and cheap
est hair drossing in the world.
THE best Elastic Truss, warranted tho hosL,
ia romeroy'e, 714 Broadway, N. Y. Got it.
M AR K ET JR EPO HTS.
FLOOR Superfine.$ 1 25 (Si _
XXX. 5 115 (Si ? .SO
Familv. 5 75 (a> ti 00
CORN M HAL. 85 (?> ....
COHN. Wittib H5
OATH. 80 (rb 85
WHEAT. 1 10 (?b \ IL>W
HAY- Heot.28 AC (Tb 30 00
?RAN. 25 00 (3) 27 00
PEANUTS. 75 (Si 1 15
BACON-Clear, Sidon. 18 f??> _
HAMS-Sugar Cured. 13??<?> ll
LARD. ll! (?) JIP
RUTTER. 22 <S> .'5
EGGS. 17 (SI 18
GINSENG. 1 25 (5) 1 .SO
WOOL-UnwHBlSierl. 23 (5) 30
Tnt? washed. 35W(S) 45
WHISKY-Common._ . 1 00 <5> 1 15
Robertson CrnYhfy... 1 75 (h) H 00
liohrh?n ?.-.... I 25 f?> 3 50
Lincoln Countv. i.... 175 (5> 3 60
HIGH WINES. . 1 15 f5> ....
COTTON. 9 fS? 10
Ordinary. (5> 12^'
Good Or Unary. llJoi'S) _
Low Middling. lS'./f?i _
SEEDS- Clover. li 80 Ob 8 00
Timothy. 3 25 (fr> 3 40
Orchard GrasH. 2 40 (cb 2 60
Bino GraBB. 1 25 (5> 1 E6
TORACCO Light ClarkHvillo
Common lugs.$8 600)10 00 *9 00(3)10 26
Good lugs. 9 50<5>11 00 9 75(5)11 50
Common leaf.ll 50(3)18 60 ll 50(5)14 00
Modinm loaf. 13 50(3)15 50 14 00(5>1G 50
Good leaf. 16 00(3)20 00 17 00(3)20 00
Choice loaf. 21 00(5)23 00 22 00(5)26 00
COI^OnY OUTTINO TOBACCO.
Common smoking luge. $10 00(5)12 50
Good smoking lugB. 12 OOtfpU 40
Common loaf. 14 00(5)16 50
Medium loaf. 16 50(5)20 50
Good leaf. 20 50(3)26 50
Fino loaf. 26 00(5)35 00
Fancy or soloctionn. 33 00(5)42 00
Fancy bright smoking. 15 00(5)21 00
WnEAT-Rod and Amesr.. $1 05 (g? 1 io
OORN-Sacked. 63 (?> 68
OATH. 61 <? r?3
RUTTER - Choice. 18 @ 22
HAY-Timothy. 17" 00 @ 21 00
GINSENG. 1 30 @ 1 60
FRUIT-Apples, Green. 2 CO <S> .7 00
Lemon?, por lox_ 6 OD (Tb 6 50
Orango?. 10 00 <? 12 00
PORK-Moss.21 25 (cb 2, 50
LARD. 14 (3> 1?
BACON-Clear Hidea. ll^fS) 32%
CHEESE-Choice . ll! <a> 10W
FLOUR-Snporfino. 8 75 (rb 4 50
Extra Family. 4 26 ta) 4 75
Fanov. 5 50 fib 6 I?0
WOOL-Tub wawhed. 60 (?) _
Unwa?hed. 33 fa) 31
POTATOES -IriHh per bbl. 2 90 (a) 3 25
COTTON-Middling. 15%(5> ....
Good Ordinary. 14J^(5) ....
FLOUR. 8 26 (3) 5 00
CORN. 82 Qb 84
OATS. 69 (5) 71
LARD. 14^(5) 15
BACON-Clear Side?. 10><(S) 11%
FLOUR -Extra.* 5 10 foi 5 20
XXX. 5 00 (S) 5 25
COHN. 86 <S) 86
OATS. <h> 81
HAY. 24 00 t? 27 00
PORK-Mena. 21 50 (5) 22 00
BACON. WX@ ....
HAMS. 12>?<S> 18
LARD. WA? 15%
SUGAR-Fair to Pf imo.... 8%@ ....
WHISKY-Louisiana. 1)2 (5) 1 14
Chichi- ati. 1 12 (5) 115
COTTON-Good Ordinary. 14%@ 15%
Low Middling. 15%@ 16%f
FLOHR-Family.* 6(0 db 5 10
WHEAT.:. 1 io fri) 1 15
CORN. 00 ta) OH
OATS. m f") CA
PORK-Mens :. 20 BO fa) 20 75
HAMS-Sugar cured. 9%<5> m?i
BACON-Clear eidoH. 11%(5> 11^
Price of 'rickett Kc 11 ii ci'M.
Tho Toxaa Real Eetato Drawing, al Houston,
baa boen postponed to May 13th, i875, and lin* j
?oroaindor of tho tickets will ho sold at tho re- !
.laced tn-ico or %l each, in ordor to make a full
and completo drawing. This eutcrprieo is
mule? tim niBtiafjonseul of an old aud rcapon
Biblo citizen of Houston-Capt. J. E. Eostor,
who- will furnish circulara lo all applicants.
'IVsn? fttiiif crprlsc.
Capt. .F. E. Feater, of Houston. TOXHH, has
established an Emigration Bureau in ooiHioc
tiiui with iii- oki established Land Agc:?1;,*, :tt?d
will furnish pauiphluts and maps descriptivo of
Texas to all who wish to como lo tho Lone
Dit. A; JOUNHON, one of the most
Huccessfnl practitiouors of his limo, invented
what is uow culled Johnson's .Vuodyno Iiini
niout. The groat HUC<-<ISM of this article in tho
euro of bronchitis ami all th'soauos of throat
and lungs, will make tho nainn ot' Johnson not.
less favorably, if less widoly known, than that
of Louis Napokion.
Eni?cTnioirv IRDIEE.-All nervous dis
orders, chronic disoasos of tho chest, head,
livor, stomach, kidneys and blood, aches and
pains, nervous; and goneml dobility, otc.
quickly ourod after drugs fail by woaring
Volta's Electro Bolt* and Bands. ' Yaluslilo
book froo, hy VoJtti Bolt Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.
THE public are hereby nsnured,
through tho columns of this paper, tba'. Par
son's Purgativo Pilla contain no injurious
principle, but that they may bo administered
to children and the moot weak and shattered
constitutions in small doses, with great cer
tainty Of 8UCC088.
Go TO Rivor Sido Water Cure, Hamilton, 111.
Ttrit'H IiiVtfr Pills act mildly on tho ntom
aoli ar.tf '.iver causing uo griping. The}- contain no
WHEELEU & WILSON'S
A QUARTER of a CENTURY'S
Trial has Demonstrated
4 ? TXTHEELER & WILSON K NEW
VV No. (i MACHINE must event
itally supercede all other? non: ru?
milk milich it comes in competition.
Wc recommend for il i he highest award
which it is in thc power of thc Institute
to bestow."-From the uiumimous re
port of the tivo judges of tho American '
Institute, Now York, 1871.
Tho board of Mainigers unanimously
I approved the toport, and recommended 1
I for this machine tho Gold Aleda ?pf the
The Board of Direction unanimously
approved thia recommendation^, amt
awarded tho Gold Medal to Wheeler k
Wildon, the only gold medal aw-tnleu
for a Honing Machine by the American,
lnstifcnte for many year?.
'Jhe Austrian Official Report r>f thc
Vii una Exposition, pronounced, it. "(hf.
mamet of thc ftxposilitm," and added,
" this universal machine stb?ti (he.
heaviest /rather harness and (Kif finest
gauze nd th a Indi/ pearl stitv.liA;
The Grand Medal of Process was
awarded for it.
What the leading Manufacturers of
Boots and Shoes say of
WHEELER & WILSON'S
NEW No. 6 SEWING MACHINE.
Wc, manufacturera of boots and
r-hocs, aro using Wheeler k Wilson's
T?iTW No. 6 Hswing Matmille in all kind?
of stitching on our work, and confi
dently believe that it will tmpersede all
others in this branch of manufactures,
for tho following reasons :
1. The work done by this machine ia
superior to that of any other in variety,
amount, excellence ami beauly.
2. This machino is more durable than
any other of its class, requiring much
less outlay for repairs a&d renewal of
3. It does the cording or staying of
button holes in a most elegant and
substantial manner, without the ex
pense of royalty.
In short, because by tho uso of this
machino we can turn out superior work
at less cost, than with any other.
?Signed by matiy.]
???Tft ia fast superseding all other ma
chines for leather work.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
NEW No- 7 MACHINE,
now for the llrst timo introduced to tho
public, tanks in excellence with their
famous No. fl Machine, hut has some
modifications adanting it to special
classes of work. The Tailor will find
it as well suited to his work as is No. 6
to leather work. It might properly re
termed the Tailor's Machine.
Send for ciroular to
Wheeler & Wilson Manfg Co.
44-14th St.. New York.
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'I'll* TooiiB <l?? Cucumber grows to we'gh
70 pounds eaeh and Uno quality. 15 ute. pur sei'd ;
M seeds, fl blinke Cucumber ertwa mini IS lo
M leol loot; anti roils liken nuakc. 'M eta. per i-up"r,
Peisln? Wat?rmelo?. Very sntM.'rlor. und
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t. H Min??-. Hearts welijli rroui ai io m pounds
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ptr paper Ooiui'ieror Tomato, len days' eur
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.lapa? Peas -VDU tumlo ls pe.- acre Oil common
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BO ?-IM per quart.
ClmfiiB-Varnish glitzing all summer and loo'!
tor vourself all winter; line for poultry, anil fat
lens more hugs than ten lillies Hie urea In com.
Kio husi ela per acre on poorest land, lo ctn. per
paper, lu ela. per pint, Tacts, per quart, ?10 per
INO I1UB1BUO.-Wo have cor tl Heat en topiove
nil those claims.
Hose Blip*-With good roots, of any variety
the purchaser may choose at I for SO cent's, 'J for fl,
20 lor ffS, IU0 tor |9
Also, potnto. cabbage nod other plants at low
.- i oils mid roles By mall.postpaid.
Scud tor our /ITT- calaloi tie giving lull list, de
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grown thc above seed*. Address
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wira have the good fortune to visit their c?l?br?t*
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Philadelphia, mid .MKIold street, New York. For
sale In 10 and SS tb cans hy SOUTH KRN NKwS
PA PKR ll * ION. Nashville. Tenn.
Var the fasle t sell
ing bonk ever pub
lished. Kemi lor cir
culars mid our extra ti rms tn Agent.'.. NATION
A I. PH!>. CO.,Cincinnati, Oiuu,ui ??niiit>his,'t enn.
mAllKNTN WANTKD KVKRYWKKHK.-Tlie
choicest io the world-Importers' prices
largest company in A mcrlca-staple ?rdele
-p'eases everybody-trade Increasing-best in
ilucements-lon't waste time-send for circular to
Robert W?lls, 41 Vesey st, ti. Y ; P. O. Rox r:s7.
Mpore?io?'sPainless Opinai Core!T?;!
f o ri Bf ii l remedy of tho present day. Rand for Paper
on Opium Sating. P.O.Box 17"., LAPORTK, IND.
700 SUPERB VARIETIES OF I
COO.OOO QrccnhouBo Planta.
Mailing Planta n Opoolalty.
Illiuitratod Catalogue Free. I
E. Y. TEAS & CO. Richmond, In'
ff ? Of the Prettiest Curds > on ever saw,
tlfl B with your name haniNotnelv printed on
? Mil them sent, post-pah.', upon receipt of '^U
ww cents. Your friends will all want Hiern
w II?MI they see yours Address, \V. C. CANNON.
4? IC i iee la ml S .. Ilostoil. Mais.
ltTKlTl-S. g^T^?H&M^^^jF KKV?LYKItS.
Of any and every Visa. Send Mnnui^^^^^^HBj^g
(ar Calal..?na. AiMrraa ?JroaU Wralara Uaa ^*^BB
ana Platal Work?. PITT? ll IIBalH. B?A. ""^
COTTON ! COTTON !
rilli K earliest nun must I'roilllc Colton in Hie
1 worltl Make i fruin I to :i huies per acre: fmir
Weeks e.irller than any oilier cotton. Henil for cir
co lars. Address W. li. McOARf.cY, Carrolllon,
( 'arroll County, M iss
MORPHINE HABIT speedily
rured by Dr. Berk's only
known audsure Remedy. '
r troatmout until cured. Call on or mldr'-Bi
DR. J. C. BECK,
112 John Street, CINCINNATI, OH>?
WHAT AUK PII.E81
I lt KAI) ! "PLAIN BLUNT
I Pacts," a Treatise on tho
Causes, History, Cure und
l'iereiitinn of Pl I.Ks. Pub.
t llalied by P. NP.tlKTAKIb
TKB fi CO.,46 Walker Siren,
<"? York. Sent KltKKtoHli
Ipiirts ot trie United Stan-? on
'receipt of a letter stamp.
DR. C. A. BOHANNAN,
NO. 619 North Fifth Rtroel, Rt. Ixiuls, Mo., KSTAB
1.1 SI I Ki ) Pin. Cures all Biiffeiura vrithuut tim nan of
Mernary. Charues renv.nuble ferd.
Sr*~l?r. B.'a 'rTreallao on Special Diseases," willoh
fully explains Ibo nature, carawa, Kjnnptoins, ami means
to ?:urn all larms of Nervotia Dnhlllly, all DlHeaaen caimnd
hy thu " Krrersof Youth," and valuablo infonuation on
oilier d?licate subiucts, pent PIIRC hi plain Bo-ilod
Pur advertiHing in ANY newspaper hcroro'Bcoliig
my new calalllKUn of over ON li THOUSAND
Papers. 8. P. HAN B0BN.1M Monroo-st., Chicago,111.
A Honk rjj'OKiii); Ibo inynlvricn of WATT OM
?nd bow any one may operate sue- ff iiJjLl Ult
cerfntall; tvlth H capital of ano or $ tuuii. Com
plete Inili MCI Inns Hini illusfrultoun Iii mtv mid r cns.
TUMUKIOUM A. CO. HANKKKX nud IIROKKUS,
2 Wall street. Now York.
? a ? at* aa?
rfx jk na
jvnivKV IN rr SOUK.' JUHI ont,
Useful. Iltandnouip, Cheap. Holls
vnrvwlii'M. A ruro chance Also,
NB.W MAP?, CHARTS, Ftc.
Our new chart. I'll ltISTIA IS
'.CKS. !.: e. : p'cmlhl :;::ccaw: flu
t'lnnail prices satin' us l\i_>iv York?
sond for tarni, to ft, c. Bridgman, 5
Barclay Bt.NtV.tfc 170 W.tthot Cln.O.
An inter.??Min.: Illus
trated work or 260
vuluaiili' liilortiial?on tor itinuo who ar? married or
con to i II iiHU o marriage. Price Illly cant? hy mall.
Address Da. H?TTS* .DISPKNHA KY. ld North
Bl? h th street. St. Louis. Mi?.
SHARPS RIFLE CO.,
Manufacturers of Patent Breech, loading. Military,
"norn og and . recd moor lillies, 'lite licet in tiic
World. Win nor at International ned ne?rlv all
otlior i?ri ii r-? i nil mat'-hos at. i 'roed moor. (HPoolllflal
Kccord.j sporting tittles, Silo to 8U8.0U t
f'rccilinonr lt liles, willi elevation jnrl,
:iUO yarilH, SOO untl SIMS. --.?ml lor lllun
tri'ol I'tUalo.-uo. K. H. W KS I'f !OT l\ President.
AIIMOKV ii NH OFFICK, HAUT roan Conn.
\J BV VJ
DO YOUR OWN PRINTING!
loi 1* i-nt <> H*hm :t I Ililli A r 1:1(0 ur
J, l>riii(t*rH, Ni-litttilH, Sni'lctlON, ftliui
taili iiliii-ttin'rw, Mci-i-liinit?, and olliers lt ia
ff ifs HieB-EST everinvented. lil.OOOInmi'.
.Fr" li .To? styles. Prices from SC.00 to S1G0.00
?fll BEN J. O. WOODS & CO. Menota ?tui
-, ^.iS?at,i. iitrrs in nil kinds<.r Printing Material,
tvi.?l .taiiqilor l.'.niilii;r.n'.) 40 Federal Ot. Boston.
di',11 il.1 Cl'A 1'iiit 111 A l-l upi Icon .
Tho mo*t powerful M*glc Lantern
vor uncle; with a I nil lani Uli Lamil :
i fi r homo. Sunday School and Lecture!!,
IStereoptlconn, ftc Hildos at reduced
Iptlcea. A PROFITAni.K nt'siNKss FOR
i ii SM.M.I. I:\PITII.. atnlngttp.s Kent 011
ap|di?!iiiion. ?v iH. Y Ul'A liUl-iTKlt,
1,111 cii^inut Philadelphia! Pu.
IEEDLES SEWING MACHINES
can hc?btmtii?d at about one-half tho usual rate?
liv ordering direct. Singer's.-li cts. por dozen;
Wheeler Ar. Wilson, tin ot?. ; Howe's BU eta. ; drover
?t Hat i :. 1 I ( ts. ; and other." In proportion. Inclose
tho amount ami Needles will he rollin.ed hy llrst
DKFIANOK NKKIH.K GO.,
651 Uroailway, Now York.
This now Truss is worn
with perfect comrort.
night and ?lay. Adapts
Itself to every motion
ol tho imdy, letaUtlng
Kupture under the
hardest exercise or f,e
verou strain until per
manently cured. Hnld
cheap by the
Elastic Truss Co.,
?Mr; Bremlway, New York Cl ly.
Hem hv mall. Call ur send for circular a mt he cured.
$40, $90, $75, k $100.
CiOUD, DURABLE AND CHEAP.
Shipped Ready for lise.
Manufacttiicd hy CH \ PM AN ACO,,
NW*Send lor a Catalogue.
TU IC BKST In the World.
11 IUv< s Universal Hallsfaciion.
WONIlKlt FUI. KcMiiiuny.
-tullis, moro Hrnad lo hhl. Flour,
s AV KS MILK, ia;t?s, ,v< .
Ono year's savinc will tiny a cow
M) M OH ): MIHI? lt H I. Al).
Whiter lighter, siveelor, richer.
KV H.lt V HODY l*i II ls? H lt.
Tho ladle? ate all In love with lt.
SKI.LS like HOT CAK.KS.
nnysend al once for clrculur KI
?KO. P. ?ItAN'l'V. ?fe CO.,
1 7 li liliane. NI.. I\cw York.
A fi KNTS WA NT KD ??r tho Vow n<iok
8UCCK8S 13ST BTJSINTCSS.
Thu muniry has inonoy for everybody. Money
in Ti mle. in tin' Mill, lu Minos, on the Farm. In
Hie limden, in Wheal, lu Com, tn stock, in Paul'
Iry. Tins booti shows how nosiness Mon, Purin
en!, Workingmen. Vonna Men aii'l Women, all
may Kel. save, loan ami UM* ll. .lust Ino honk
needed, and will soil fsst. Address for circulars
and terms,,!. C. ftle.CU ll l> Y A i o., I'lnclnnatl,
O.: Obtengo, ill ; NU Louis, Mo. N. lt.-The Peo
ple's Klan.lard Kdilion nt Hie ttoty Ulolo.piihllshed
by its; is Hu- Ilnesl. cheapen and hoHt. ARt'iiin
mnVi' 'ri'in }vi io fsn nor month sell Inc lt willi
ol lon ii i di .. ivillioll! i?.\"ii i's lions...
Shoots Darts or Slugs Perfectly
sn eui nie lice, .r.iinond.sl hy Sport
mon ami military men, Splendid
parlor amusement. One ina," iiocoinc
a dea?l shot liv practicing with lt. 'I o
a II ? ilsnia'i lt ls Invaluable. Price. including
lt .rn, HI ii ?M Tarneta, and.Uiiniitoclc. 16.00, Hand
son-oly nickle plated, W.Ot".. Hoil-iidjitstliig Roll
target, I-,'* . For salo hy (.uti dealer-, or sent hy
mal) ?rn receipt ni p leo, and iftctn. pnsti'.?e POP t?
HUHS., Manul'ucimcr , \; li If* I, si. Bo ton, Mass.
rpil IO Secnu.l Annual Fair nf Hie A?ri<:u|-ural.
L .ilechaillc.il and Horllciiltural Assocla'iou or
Mobile, will ho hold Tuesday, April 27, IK76. and
continue ll ve days. Tho most heaulirul K-oiind?
In the South Moit dnllKlitt'ul drives In.thc World
Kvoryarrangement made for Hie enjoyment ol'
visit?n No entrr lee charged exhibitors. Racen
each liny of tho Fair. Railroads and SteamhoatH
carry paMseiiK.rs und articles ror ex h dut lou at
half rutea f end to Socrelory for Pienilnm Dat.
Buy :in excursion Ticket and come to the Fair.
PORTABLE GRINDING MILLS.
Iti-Hl i ? i ii? ii BiirrMiilapm
dle iiiid.n-iiiiiu.n-, 'elli lli,-nd
iipis-r-runaers, f in- ('arni III*
.UCI < liuiii tVork. Supi
rl??r .nm sion. * or uti
Kill?, <; in ii i in- l>ut< li In
lier Itolllnt: < Lilli. .Hill
IMi I.s. Corn M.elleis sud
I'lesnels (iourhlK. Hllllttilll.',
Pu 11 los, llmiKers, ide. nil kinds
nf.Mill .MnellTiiery nil?! Millers'
hilpplie-. H< nd fnr I'.llliplllot.
NII-JIIII? Hill t'oiiiium.v
S?t.s: I *:o?, Cf ncjlnnftHi **.
At oucr. Hcrapai, Dim, V
IMPROVED WARRANTED Kff^ftSfc SS c
^o^i?l H<T>" DUirlbaur, SSS. ?J
Oultlritor, f.-O. Plaowr, r"
Uiitrlbuu-r .i"| CultiTilur H.
iwmMant, $SS. COHN
ld AMI ? ?Uerh- C
,mml. t7M rntr*. AH O
T warmntrJ. Agtllll wsnt- W
** rd. R.n.1 itiniip for Illa*. *f
CHEAP train] circular ?llb war* O
rr.uteeastl ernirca'.^r. toC?
D. a 0. f O, Ca.. F*T?Ttmii?, N.e., or lo I .ocal Aft.
TTUDK .VA UK. PA TP NT ED.
The lieut nml rina pi ?I Ptituf In the
World for Iron. Tin m Wood. fur nillo
liy Doi lera evervwlierc PRtNOKS' METALLIC
PAT.N'I CO.. Mnnufl'rV-iti, ?NJ C'edpr i'.t New Y< rk
?rCATJTTQlV. Pnrchnmra will ptetuo
BOC Hmi our mimi in.d (mijr nenk nro on ench arid
rver.7|.i' i c . ' . -n.l u.
PIERCE WELL AUGER
Compras ollera ftl.tXlO to AH; ono that will anooossfullT
comp?'? with them in boring a 20-tncb well, tbroocb
?oamtone nnd sandstone, and In taking np ami paaalng
Ixiwlileia ?nd 1<K)SJ? stoiii* Acanta wanted tn avery
Hut? SWPKIt DAY OUARANTKISD. Sena
for CATAI^JOUF.. Address
CHAS, I). PJKKCrc, nioomllnld, iowa.
A DAY GUARANTEED
using oar Well An fi er und Drille
In good territory. Illghust testimo
nials' from Oovnnioraof Iowa, Arkan
sas and Dakota.
CA ll T I g\ Al An na are Hu, original Ile
". f*** ? ? V/ Ol ? vontura. partie* l/iiying ur
aellliiK'au Aligar IJku nins.-without ..ur. ..tiv nt. wdl'ha
propalad for lorrlngeuient. Auger Ueukfine. Moy
t*, mont li to good Agonis. x
Adrtreae W. W. J JLLZ, Box UJUJU. Ht, L<ooia. Mo.
TRY ELAINE LAMP ??L.
Safe, iBi'illia-nt, and Cheap?
NICHOLS, SHEPARD & 00/8
The RRILIJI ANT SUCCESS of tills Grain?
Saving, Tlme-SnTlne THRESHER, is
unprecedented In tho annals of Farm Machinery.
Inn brief period it lins become wldel y Kiioivii
and FI it, I. Y ESTABLISHED, n.s tho
"IiEADiNe THRESHING MACHINE."
GRAIN RAISERS REFUSE to submit
to the wasteful nnd imperfect work of other
Threshers, when posted on tho vant superiority
of this one, for saving grain, saving time, and
tining fast, thorough and economical work.
THRESHERMEN FIND IT highly advantageous to
run a machine that has no "Beaters," "Pickers,"
or "Apron," that handles Damp Grain, Long
Straw. Headings, Flux, Timothy, Millett and all
8nr.lt difficult grain ami seeds, with ENTIRE
EASE AND EFFECTIVENESS. Clean?
to perfection ; saves thc farmer his thresh hill
l)v extra saving of grain; makes no " Litter
iiigs;" requires LESS THAN ONE-HALF tho usual
Belts, Boxes, Journals, and Gears; easier man
aged ; loss repairs ; one that grain raisers prefer
to employ and walt for, even at advanced
price?, while other machines arc "out ot'jobs."
Four Mlzea made with 0, 8, IO and 12
liorsn "ilountcil" Powcm, alua a npe
clnlty ofScparators "alone," oxprcimly
fur STEAM FOWEH, and to watch
oilier Horse Power?.
I f interested in grain raising, or threshing, write
for Illustrated Circulars (sent free) with full
particulars of sizes, styles, prices, terms, eta.
NICHOLS, SHEPARD & CO.,
_Battle Creek, Afichinan.
J?rv,1; Walkor's California Vin
egar Hitters M to a purely Vegetable
preparation, made eb icily from ?ho na
tive her I..-i lound tin the lower ranges ot
tho Sien a, Nevada mountains ol* Califor
nia, the medicina] properties of whicn
Uni i-Nlracted therefrom without tho URO
of Alcohol. Tho question ia almost;
daily asked, " What ii1- tho causo bf tho
unparalleled success of VINEGAR BIT
?ri-iiis/" i lui" answer is, Unit they remove
tho cumin of disease; and the patient re
covers his health. They aie the groat!
blood purifier and a life giving principio,
a perfect licnOvatoi and Invigorator
af tho system. Never before in tho
history of Lhe. world lins ?? iitedieine 'icon
compounded possessing the remarkable
qualiiies ol* VIKKI.AR RITTERS, in bealing the
wick ol ?'ve*' disease man is heir*to. They
un? a gente. Vi rjifttivii as well HS n Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation ol
the Liver and Visceral Organs, in (?ilion.-.
Tho ?ro]rortioR of DR. WAI.KI?R'?,
ViNKOAa JiiTTKKS tiro Aperient, Diaphoretic
Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diurotio
Sedative, Counter-irritant, Sudorific, Attora
tivc. ami A eli-Bilious.
It. II. MCDONALD ot CO..
Druggists and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Califontta,
nul cor. of "Washington ami Charlton Rts., N. Y.
Sold by ult IJriiKtctsts und Dealers.
THK YORK MANUFAC
T OKI NO COMPANY.
Itulldcrs of Pulleys, Mint ting
nnd all klmls or Mill Gearing,
ure > (-illili- the BOLLINONR
TURBIN K WATKH WHRKIitwrj/
ri,mi.'v. ' ho 1Kb the best In usn.
For descriptive Pamphlets nil
li ress VOliK M'F'O CO..
No. 617 St. Oharles Street, St. Lonla, Hs?,,
- nnllnnea to treat >U cai?! of ft-bataclea to marriage, hlool
Impurltlsa, ccu Mlm, m or alckneaa which resulta trun
Huilier, tlnn ar Imr.rul.nce. with unparalleled mioecaa.
Dr. W.'a eatabllahmrnt la chartered i.v the State st VI
.ourl, waa fo-iudrd and baa tero ettahliibed to I ai ure
. are. certain . . 1 reliable relief, ll-ir-.; a jreAuVi af
no it! e. . 11 : : I ou.l-re.i and Lovlns ibo etptrlanoa of a
loeiand ilatM?fiil life In bli ureclaltlea ha ba, pertect&i
remidlea.thai are. effectual lo all ihe.e Oaaea, Hla patkQtr
arto he|oi trualed tty m si I ot eipreaa orerjwhere. ht
matter Wno failed .all or write. From the treat nora
brr of appll-'atlona lin la. enaJilnl to r. , j, I.I ? ohargatj
?ow. Ho lingen, rh lng full oyrbpfma, for two Hampa
ifni", uj-opul-.r book ?hieb abouM I - read bj ovary
I?.lr. Sn n ml, d fuir, ur persona contemplating war.
Mace, ca" mino! to do without ll. It "ontain, ibo orcamaf
- -liol lli-r/iiuro on thia sulject. tba reaultanf Dr. W .
..ot,- r?]ierl*nc?i ?'ll Hw h??t IhnnghU from la'e wei??
I," i ,?d >.tun.iy ' ii-tit ?.?|(t,|. poa'-pald fer VI ol*.
UF.N writing to udvi rtliers plc aae'iwm thin
the linnie of ilii-i pit|n-r. No. ll H. Pi? U.
e" PKll DAV i.o-riiiili.uliin orj|30 ? wf*K
3a?f> NaYlat-y.*iid oxpoiiscs. WeoflVItWltfIWlH
AV lt Anplv uuw. U. Wcblier ?toCo. MaUlon.O