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THE GEORGIA CYCLONES.
Their Terrible WoiK ?enewetl--Tlire?
Hundred I'einonn Killed ami Fifteen
Hundred Wounnlcd-ICellel fortne Sui
te re rs.
Corrceiiondeuco <>f ttio louisville Gourler-Jouroal.
AUGUSTA, GU., Mureil 24 -The recent
cyclone which passed over this region
Avus tlie most awful ever heard of in tho
United States. I have beou along a
portion of its track, and, having just
returned, will endeavor to give the
readers of your paper au account of it.
It crossed the Chattahoochee river
from Leo county, Alabama, aud entered
Harris county, Georgia. From thence
it passed through the countiesof Talbot,
Upson, Monroe, Jones, Baldwin, Han
cock, Warren, McDuffie, uud Columbia.
It crossed the Savannah river fifteen
miles ubovo Augusta, entered Edgefield
county, South Carolina, passed through
Barnwell, Lexington, Bichlaud, Sumter,
Mariou and Horry counties, of that
state, and finally rau into tho Atlantic
ocean oft' the coast of North Carolina.
A second cyclone, precisely at the
same time, seemed to have formed this
side of Milledgeville, crossed tho Ogee
chee river 15 miles below tho villago of
Mayfield, in Hancock county, and pass
ing' through Glascock aud tho lower
edge of Richmond, crossed the Savan
nah, 12 miles below Augusta, into Beech
island, South Carolina, and from thenco
ran due east into the Atlantic.
As I was along tho northern one of
these cyclones, 1 will more particularly
describe that. Tho two were exactly
alike iu size, shape, color, aud devasta
?ion. They were both themoBt terrible
visitations over sent by Providence npou
'he states.of Georgia and South Caro
The cloud was, in color, inky black,
half a mile high, half a milo wide, was
cylindrical in shape, and traveled very
much like a revolving barrel, coming
end foremost.' It w as illuminated with
phosphorescent light, and momentarily
would glitter as if ouO million matches
had been ignited in it.
l t was accompanied by a continuous,
roariug sound, as o? five hundred can
non in tho decisive moments of a pitch
ed battle, The bravest mau ever boro
could neither have felt, seen, nor heard
it with calmees?. There was a force
and a power, a sublimity and grandeur
about it unnatural, awful, wholly its
own. But a thousand incidents are re
lated allowing that tho hand of Provi
dence was in it-that it was governed
\y laws us regular aud immutable as is
ft travoled from west to a little north
of due east, going as straight as a crane
or a cannon ball would fly. It passed
over the entire stato of Georgia in ex
actly three hours, traveling at the rate
of fifty-three miles per hour.
Yon Lave already seen and republish
ed from the Georgia papers in detail
the thrilling incidents and terrible re
sults which marked the course of the
cyclone, and this letter is simply to give
you the general resulta.
Six thousand dollars have beeu sub
scribed in Augusta, $5,000 in Columbus,
and many thousands at other pointe for
the wounded and suffering. A great
-A -many, packages of money, provisions,
and clothing-were forwarded yesterday
and to-day irom this city. Never was
charity more fitly bestowed.
The whole number of killed in Georgia
will not fall below threo hundred, and
t.iie wounded will reach fifteen hundred.
Captain Stovall died last night. He
was a gallant officer in tho confederate
army. Rtfports sre coming in by the
hour ?f the deaths of other victims of
this unparalleled calamity.
Through Carolina tho devastation
and death, were equally as great. The
southern cyclone crossed the Savannah
at Fury's ferry, sunk tho boat, struck
the plantation of Mr. Foreman, tore it
to piero*, and killed and wounded a
great many on it. From thenceforward
to the ocean tho accounts are as terrible
and as appalling.
On the 4th day "of April, 180-?, now
lacking but a few' days of 71 years, a
great storm like this came up from the
direction of Dooly county, and passed
through Hancock, Warren, and Rich
mond, crossing tho Savannah 15 miles
above Augusta. There are a few people
now living who remember it, and plenty
who have been told by their parents of
it. It was described in the Augusta
Chronicle. All accounts aro agreed
that it was illuminated by the same
strange light as the one' Saturday.
Nobody was killed by it.
A * Medical Journal on the Influence
of Religious Revivals.
The points of contaot between re
ligion and medicine vary according tc
the side from which their relation ie
regarded. Viewed from tho side of re
ligion they are many and various, ae
our medical missionary societies testify.
Looked at, however, from a medical
point of view, they touch only at ono ot
two almost isolated places. Emotion
is the motive power on which, for the
most part, our religious leaders liave
relied to stir men's minds to effect what
is termed, with more or less justice,
the:r conversion. To effect this much
force is needed, and in those whose
minds are in a condition of unstable
equilibrium the resulting perturbation
is sufficient to disturb the normal bal
ance of thought and feeling, and start
a series of consequences which raaj
result in pronounced insanity. That
this is a frequent ocourrouca may bc
doubted. Religious illusions aro com
mon enough in tho insane, bnt thal
probably arises from tho region oi
thought ana feeling presenting tin
most unobstructed field for excessiv<
aotion. It is iu periods of revivals whei
religious emotion is stirred in dispro
portionate degree that tho danger o
such results is greatest, and this aspoo
of a movement so exton sive as that noi
commenced in London comes fairl;
within tho range of the physician's con
aiderai ion. Judging, however, fror
personal observations, we should sa;
that no movement of its extent conl!
well preeent less danger of excessivo o
perverted emotional effects than tba
of Massrs. Moody and Sankcy. Th
testimony of most unprejudiced ob
servers is to the same effeot. Th
services are singularly /ree from th
moro objectionable element of ' reviva
meetings. Sympathetic, hut not ovei
wrought mnsio, and shrewd, rong
nptnesa-sometimes humor-of th
sermon are the characteristics whie
mark the service from most ordin?r
reaching of tho same th?ologien
sohool ; and there is nothing to point to
artificial stimulation of the emotions
moro tlfcan necessarily attends the ex
tempore worship and earnest preaching
in a I urge concourse.-London Lancet.
The Tornado in Caldwell Parish.
We are indebted io?frier>d in Colum
bia for the following interesting do
Bcriptiou of the tornado at Ray's Point
on tho Ouachita :
COI.UUHIA, LA., Mureil 22, 1875.
Between 4 and 5 o'clook, p. m., on
tho 19 th iust., there occurred in this
vicinity a cyolone, which in terrific
grandeur end devastating horror Bur
pnssed anything of the kind over known
in this country. For more than two
hours previous to tho out-burst of this
tornado, we had heavy thunder and
sharp, vivid flashes of lightning, and it.
became so dark about 4 o'clock that
lamps and candles: wore lighted in the
dwellings and business houses of the
villoge for purposes of reading, writing,
etc. A largo and flourishing plantation
on the east bank of the Ouachita. four
miles above town, known os "Ray's
Point," nnd owned by J. Levy, a commis
sion merchant of New OrleanB, and L.
F. Redditt, Esq., the business manager
on the farm, was the chief scene of the
disaster, in this terrible tempest. A
large force of farm laborers resided ou
tho premises, who, together with their
respective families, numbered consider
ably over ono hundred souls. These
families were domiciled in small tene
ment houses, scattered at convenient
distances over tho form. Every house
on tho plantation except tho gin, and
dwolling of Afr. Redditt, was blown
down, and scattered in tho wildest con
fusion, over an aroa of hundreds of
aeres. Tho furniture, bedding, cloth
ing and everything in their houses were
scattered broadcast over the earth.
The fencing, out-houses, cribs, stables,
etc., were all Bwept away as with a
besom of destruction. Mr. .Tames
Adair, a worthy, industrious and intel
ligent mechanic, on tho place, had one
of his children, a bright and promising
boy of five or six years, instantly killed,
aud his wife, an esteemed lady, so
severely injured that she died in great
agony a few hours after. A little negro
hoy was instantly killed, and many
others, hoth white and colored, serious
ly braised and disabled. The wind was
accompanied with such torrents of rain
HS in a few moments to submerge tho
The writer arrived at the scene of
disaster and death some two hours after
tho storm had passed. The terrible
spectacle presented beggars description.
With characteristic benevolence tho
neighbors flocked in from the surround
ing country, each eager to render what
aid they could to ameliorate tho condi
tion of tho sufferers. Tho young meu
and physicians of tho village, as soon
as notified, repaired promrotly to tho
spot, and made a tender of their ser
vices, and early this morning a hand
some little purse was made np by the
voluntary contributions of tho citizens
of the village, among tho foremost of
whom was the ladies-for the benefit of
Mr. Adair-the chief sufferer. It will
require immense labor and thousands
of dollard to reinstate tho owners, for
the damage done in a few brief moments
hv this ruthless tempest. - Ouachita
A Boiling Lake.
The Troy Times prints a letter from
a citizen of that place, at present so
journing in tho island of Dominique,
West Indies, from which tho following
is an extract :
It is barely a mouth since Dr. Free
land, in search of sulphur, in behalf of
au English company, accompanied by
Dr. Nicholls, of this island, with a few
servant*, started ou a tour of explora
tion. At a distance from town in an air
line, of some eight or ten miles only,
yet by tbe necessarily circuitous route
to reach it requiring some days of Revere
labor, struggling with precipices and
deepest vegetable entanglements, they
found an old volcano. Its height above
the Bea is about 2,400 feet. They de
scended about 400 feet down tho crater
of the lake-unheard of before, but
which is to rank among the wonders of
the world. It is literally a lake of boil
ing water. It is half ? mile wide and
two miles in circumference. In tho
center the boiling, foamy water juts
upw? rd in a sort of dome, several teet
higher than the surface, and where the
rippling waves break upon the shore
the hand cannot be immersed without
pain, BO high is the temperature. My
informant is Dr. Nicholls, who has
made two excursions to thia lake,
who is well known herc, and bearB a
most respectable character. He says
tho water is very highly charged with
sulphur and magnesia.
A Little Mixed.
A shock-headed youth went into
Morris' music store Saturday after
noon, and softly scratching thc shin
of one leg with the foot of the other,
asked if Mr. Morris had tho new
" Certainly," said that gentleman,
stepping Bpryiy back of the counter ;
"which ono do yon wish?"
"Have you got that air piece called
-called- here the young man paus
ed and stared wildly about tho store,
and then suddenly added-"called
Grav Hairs in the Butter."
"'What's that?" said Mr. Morris,
rubbing his hands in paimul abstrac
"Gray Hairs in the Lutter," replied
the young man, changing logs.
"Perhaps," kindly suggested a gen
tleman, who has boarded for twelve
years, "our young friend means "Sil
ver Threads Among the Gold."
"That's it, by gum I" shouted the
yoong man in a burst of pleasure.
Mr. Morris had it.
-" Don't call on me for three days,"
is what an Ashland girl posted on the
front gate, and she further added :
"I'm going to eat some onions this
week if I never have another beau."
THEODORE THOMAS, of Thomas' or
chestra, than whom there is no higher
musical anthority in the world, says
there are no other cabinet or parlor or
gans equal to those made by tho Mason
<fe Hamlin Organ Co., and that musi
cians agreo with him in this opinion. *
-It is said that nothing will euro a
poet's affection for hi? idol sooner than
to catch her at tho dinner-table exea
vating the kernot of a hickory-nut with
PATENT MEDICINES.-There aro some
good patent medicines no iutolligcnt
man dare for a moment deny ; and pre
eminent is tho great California hero
medicine, Vinegar Bitters, discovered
by Dr. J. Walker, a prominent physi
cian of Han Francisco. This medicine,
although called Bitter;-, is not to bo
olasEod among tho vile ..fancy drinks'*
recommended and sold over the bar by
rum-vendors, but is a eombination of
pure herbalistic extracts, known to
possess sterling medicinal qualities,
and is compounded without tho use in
any shnpo of spirits. Its action upon
thc internal system is not stimulntiug
to the extent that alcoholic poiton is,
but it ot once attacks blood-impurities,
?md by removing the origiunl caueo de
stroys the g? rms ot disease and invites
re'urniug health. Its action upon the
stomach and liver render it an almost
certain soecific in the most rtubborn
cases of dyspepsia, and in truth im
parts new lifo and vie.oi to the whole
Hvstem. lt is ono of tho best medicines
A HINT TO TUC WOHKINO MAN.-A
man with a family, however poor ho may ?io
owen it to his wifo to savo her health and
strength in ovory way possible Ho has no
light to allow tho motlier of his children to
.wear hor lifo out toiling with her noedlo to
clotho hor family. His duty is to buy tho
Wilson shultlo sowing machine, tho best ma
chino for fnmily sowing and manufacturing
uurposcs over invented, and ho can hay tho
Wilson machino upon terms which enable him
to pay for it in small monthly installments
that ho can sparo out of his wages without
fooling tho drain. Ho will pot, thereby, a ma
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work in tho most, beautiful manner: a machine
that even a child can onoralo. ami which will
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country, froo of transportation charges, if or
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an elegant catalogue and chroino circular free
on application. This com; any want a fow
Kn?'ci- Oil I lil lil I li i n I lon .
Ono nf tho host posted men ni Texas, upon
tho subject of immigration, i* Capt J. E.
roster, of thin city. Tn connection with his
real estate business and dis'.ribution of Texas
lands, lin also has a regular "Immigration
Unr?ati " Hi* correspondence upon this sub
ject s IOHO is frowning to Lo numinous. Ho
has advertised Texas and hor resources better
and to larger amounts than has tho Stato its
elf, or any other of her citizens, Capt. 1'oster
is a live man, and his value to Houston and
Texas is beyond computation, financially. Ho
is bound to win in all ho undertakes. Seo ad
vertisement.- Houston (TV'.rri.s") "Age "
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
will cure a Cough in one-hn'f tho limo ii'eos
sary to euro it with any other medicine, ami it
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tho cause-subduing tho irritation and heal
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Voice, Bronchitis, fovoro Chronic or Linger
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Tho publisher of the Cheyenne (Wyo.) Lend
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under that name: also, a laruo va? iel y of val
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private sources, relating to this all-absorbing
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THE HUMAN HAUL-How mnny pen
sons abuse this delicate and beautiful orna
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plastering it with grease, which has no affinity
for tho skin, and is not absorbed. .Burnett's
Cocoainc. a compound of cocoanut oil, etc., is
nur.valed as a dressing for tho hair-is raadi.'v
absorbed, and is peculiarly adapted to its
various conditions, preventing Us falling off
and promoting its healthy growth. Seo adv'i.
NOTICE advertisement of the Zinc Col
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and th'j gu arran ted of this Co. is good. Ask
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FLO UH-Superfine.$ 4 SO (f) -
XXX. 5 50 tat 5 75
Familv. ?'. 00 (St 0 25
COHN MEAL. 85 (St 90
COHN. W? Git 87'..'
OATS. 77 <S> .?0 "
WHEAT. ft> 1 22}$
FI AY-Best. 20 00 GP 80 00
BRAN. 25 00 Git 27 Oil
PEANUTS. ?0 <S> 80
BACON-Clear Sides. 125t'(S> 13>?
HAMS-Sugar Cured. 13>ifS' !.?
LARD. 1? <a> 16%
BUTTER. 20 <S> J5
FOGS. M (a> 17
GINSENG. 1 25 G>> 1 30
WOOL-Unwashed. 22 <S> 26
Tub washed. 37 r?,> ll
WHISKY - Common. 1 05 (5> 1 25
Robertson Conntv... 1 fiO (S> .'100
Bourbon. 1 50 rS> 5 50
Lincoln Conntv. 100 <S> 0 00
HIGnWINES. . 1 15 <fi> ....
COTTON. 9 (pt 10
Ordinary. (at 12%
Good Or Jinn iv. UK'S) _
Low Middling. 1 \%(fr ....
SEEDS -Clover. IS KO ("> 7 80
Timothv. 3 25 (fit a no
Orchard Grass. 2 50 r?t _
Blue Grass. 1 25 Git 1 50
LOU IS VT LL K.
WHEAT-Red and Ambor. *1 05 Cat 1 IO
CORN-Sacked. 71 Cat 72
OATS. Ct! (Tit (?7
BUTTER-Choice. 18 ft> 22
nAY-Timothy. 17 00 (at 21 00
GINSENG. 1 80 (a, 1 50
FRUIT-Applos, Green. 2 00 Git 3 00
Lemons, per lox_ (",00 fat (! 50
Oranges. 10 00 (Si 12 00
PORK-Moss. 22 00 (5) 23 50
LARD. l?%(?t 15%
BACON-Clear Sides. 12}.((St ....
CHEESE-Choice . 10 (at U\%
FLOUR-Superfino. 8 75 ft) t 50
Extra Familv. -1 25 fat 1 75
Fancy. 5 50 t?t 6 00
WOOL-Tub washed. 50 (Si -
Unwashed. :i:t rS> SI
POTATOES-Irish per bbl. 2 00 tat J 25
COTTON-Middling. 15%@ ....
Oood Ordinary. 1 U??'ft> -
RI UM PH IS.
FLOUR. 3 25 (Si 5 00
CORN . 88 (nt 80
OATS. 72 (at 75
LARD. H%ft- 15#
BACON-Cloar Sides. 13 rnt 13#
F LO U R - Extra.* S 75 ft? ....
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CORN. 92 Cat 93
OATS.;. Cat 79
HAY. 2? 00 (5? 29 00
PORK -Moss. 23 00 Git ....
BACON. 8%<S> ....
HAMS. lS%(at 14
LARD. 14%ft> 16
SUGAR-Fair to Prime_ i 8 (Si 8%
WHISKY-Louisiana. 1 12 (SJ ....
Cincinnati. 1 15 ft> 1 10
COTTON-Good Ordinary. U%Cat 15%
Low Middling. 15%(5> 15%
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FLOUR-Family.9 5 10 (S> 5 20
WHEAT. 1 12 GU 1 Ki
CORN. 73 Git 75
OATS. ?5 ft) 70
PORK-Moss. 21 75 ft> 22 Ot)
HAMS-Sugar cured. 9%ft> 10%
.BACON-Clear sides. ft) 11%
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Johnson's Anodyne Liniment may be
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OPPRESSION after eating, headaohe,
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One. or two at most, of Parsons' Purgativo
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.They ure wnrmntcd tocare
I nay core neck on horse or
mille, or money refunded, li
printed directions arc fol
lowed, soiidlfa: im-mimili
Zill? Collar Pad Co., Sole.
Manurers, Buchanan, Mich.
DR. G. A. B0H?NNAN,
VI). ?|(i North Flflh St root, St. lxmls. Mo.. KSTAB
n bIHIIKD IK17. eurea ?ll sufferers without thc UM of
.M. rciiry. t 'liariceK reiihonnhle foes.
:r'"llr. B.'s "Treatifo cm S|iec.inl Oinoiiaes," whirh
full; explnlns the nature, causen, nymptciins, nnd me-ins
lu t uro nil furnis ot Nortons Debility, nil Dicc-oc* CAIIMSI
hythe " Errors of Youl ti," mid vaiiMbHtoformatlon on
other delicate! subjects, sent VRF.K Tn plnln nonlrd
Stationery Pickano contans 10 sheets
writing pauer; IO env'lopes; I lead
pe.toll : I p<-n holder ; "J pens; photo
eraph picture ol' nil the presidents,
and a pr I xe of Ladloi'.or ('ems Jeaelry, (watch
clin i ns. 'CK kets, ladies' sets, bracelets, sleeve hut
ions, riiuM. watch charms, necklaces ot"> Don't
let tum pass yon. try one pac u?o and iou will
never huy tetlonery any other way. One pnek
HKOSeilt r,y mail post paid un receipt of :ill cents,
ciuos of o'irfl Aven?a wanted io sell paokages,
lllcttl.es. etc I'ircilan ano ' 'tins ire- Address
sourfTKRN BOviK CO.. Bristol,Tenn.
FOLD on TRIAL.
THK YORK M A NU PAC
Tl'It INO CO PA NV.
Builders nf I ti.leys, SbaftinK
and all kind, of Mill (lenrln.-.
are felllim the BOI.LINOKH
TllimiNK WsTKR WliKKl.tvtr)/
rAeop/v.thouKh the best in us?.
Ko descriptive amphlels ad
VO.'llt. M \ S V V \ OT lt ll I S13 CO . Yin lt. Pa.
'tt.??Lo A.lT- Pistol
Just ihi> thins; for Rifle practice.
1..'commended ..nd indorpecl by the
I c-t (?un dealer ? In Hie world Sond
for circular. Pl) t* "'. B tit I.S., .I", Hleh
street. . ostnn Mass.
ent day. Sond forP*
I per en Opium Bat
Ui?. Prof. O. Meeker. P. O. Boi 476, Upurl?, Ind.
W"0HPHINE HABIT irneedily
cuied by Dr. lic k's only
known sod sure Remedy.
'sr treatment until cured. Call on or sd-lron
DR. J. O. BECK,
1I? John Street, OUiClMKATI, OHIO
Por adverttaliiLf In ANY uowsp.tper before HC-OIIILT
my new ratnlomio of ovor (1MB TIKH'SANI)
Pupers. 8. I'.BANBOBN.lHMonroo-ttoChltaBo.III.
$10, $50, $75, & $100.
GOOD, DURABLE AND CHEAP.
Shipped Heady for Uae.
Manufactured hy CH A PM AN A co..
CW.Seild lor u Catalogue.
DO YOUR OWN PRINTING!
J?H PRINTING PRESS.
Vnv Prof V?KIOIIII1 :i ml Amateur
Priiitvmi Si h.x.l-, Six-Ifilc?, Ainu.
tlftlCtlU'CI'S, SI l l ?'Ililli t s, Ililli otllrt? i t ir?
tin- BEST .VIT invented. 1 :t.ooo in IIHC.
Ten stylen. Prices from SG.00 to SIGO.00
BEN J. G. WOODS & CO. Manari,, rind
IIIHUT* in nil khuh of Prlntlnp; Mntorinl,
ur Catalogue.) 40 Kcdcrnl St. Uonton.
Mooro, Weeks it Co . fl root rn.
Hartford, Ct..say : . 'er. Foam
takes the lead ol' un bread jire
partitions. Our nail's are fnur
lolil winn they were a y tar ago.
All like it.
Danfnrlh. Scudder it Co., gro
ceri, "Boston, my:-"Have .sold
your Sen Foam fur the past 3
yearn willi porl'tel saiittactloti
lo all who have bought lt." * ll?
economy ls wonderful; one
year's saving will buy a tow."
Send lor circular t i (leo. F.
(iiuii/. .v t:o.. nit Duane st.N. Y.
Tins new Truss ls w tiru
with perfect com lort
iiiKht and day. Ad apt.?
itself to evety mot Ititi
:iT the hody. retain ing
Kiilitnre miller I he
hardes', exercise or se
verest ?train un til ncr
manently cured. Sold
cheap by th"
Elastic Truss Co..
?H:J Itroiniwny, fc?i\v York City.
Sent by mail Call or Rend lor clrcmar and he cured.
A? F.NTS WAPTTKn for (ho C E N T E N NIA U
A bonk for every American, fells everywhere al
sigh . Farmer.!. Teachers, stu lents, lawyers, mer
ulm ll tn school directors. maniif:ietnrers. mechan
ics, shipp.'rs. salesmen, men ol learning, and men
who cnn univ read. ol.I and yenni:, all want II lor
everyday referent:!!.and usc. shows grand results
?i loi ve'ars prog'ois. A whole library.-Hatton
fjt.v.r.' Not ii luxury, but a necessity - Jntrr Orran.
Iles! salting book published Oom) pay. want gea.
ag . In every elly or IO.O0O Address J.t! MCCUttOY
.t CU.. pub's, fin. O ?Chicago, Ul : orSt. Louts. Mo.
LANS & B?DLEY,
John & Waler Sts., Cincinnati.
For Sar? M:i1?.Hrlsl Mill?.Cotton ttlne.Sicrar Mill?,
eic. Send for our Illustrated ralalo<:tic.
JOHN r?. DATiE, A trt. JST?iKhvIllf?.
rrnt K Second Annual Fair ol' th? Agneul ural.
L Alechnnlcal and Horticultural Aseociu'ion ol
Mobile, will be held Tuesdiy. April 27, l^S. and
continue tl ve dav.s. 'Che most i... ,.i:>in! K oil nd
in Un- Hontb -.Most delightful drives 1? the World
Kvery. i-migement .nade for the enjoyment ol'
visitors iVoenir.- lee charged exhibitors. H ?ees
each day ol' Hie Fair. Hallroads and Sn amounts
carry pascngers und anieles tor exhibition at
half wes ?cud lo Secretary for I'leiiiluui I.isl
Buy an excursion Ticket B'?d come lo Hu? Fa'r.
SMITH ORGAN CO,
BOSTON, MI ASS.
THE8E STANDARD INSTRUMENTS
?Sold by Munie Dealern Everywhere.
Apis Wautc? jw Eyery Town.
Sold llirougtio'il Hie Culled StateT?fti il?e
IMvT A L. Lill KS! T PLAN ;
That is, on a system of Monthly Pay ment?.
Purchasers shou'd ask for the SM ITH ' MKIIICAN
(>. t.A st. Catalogues ami fu I partlentara on nppll
AUTIIORIJ?E.) HYTHE STATK OF RKMTChY.
(t>i}nn finn In cash jiri7.es distributed on the Inst
tpdUUjUUU Saturday of euch mouth.
(~t A prc A I. PHIZ fid II n; one nri'/.e of fJOWxi;
j ?me ol' tlft.000 and many Kinaller prizes Pi tc .
of u nui.. >b kets, $lll; Halves, $5,"'; Q inners. | ..Ml,
Public Libra > prize tickets l ken hi exchange
tor tickets. V/rile for cir. ular giving fttU pan icu
1 irs. Drawing ,,. this lotterv are nee?1 postponed
ami no reduction ol prizes. Address UKO. WK li
KTS' H, man ?ker, Kentucky Kine Lottery, Nu. 72
Third street. Louisville., Kentucky
VTl?X.r. MAItX. TAT ESTEL).
The host anti coen pent Point In Hie
Worlit foe Iron; Tin or Wood. For salo
1<V Dealers evorvwhere. VLTNCKS' MKTALLIO
PAINT CO.. Mimuf.-'rcrs. RI". Cedar SI . New York.
CAUTION-Parchasen will please
sec Hint our naroo ninl lindo nuuk ore on each hud
every pncUajr". i'endfnri circuler
Dunham & Sons, Manufacturers,
Wareronms, 18 Last Ul h Street,
IKHahhshe.t IHM.] NEW YORK,
.to' for llhtttraUd Circular und J'rire List.
No. 617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.
.emlnura to treat all oa.ra or obllaclfa tn roarrUte hior.
?1'UrUlf?, evr-rj ailment ,,r alekueaa nhl.-h rrautla frtn
iii.iltrretlon orJtoprudrocr. ?bli uni-nmiu-lrd anawa
or. w . a ral.lilhlin.rtii h rlmrtrrrd l.j- ihr Ktale it Mis
rriiri, waa founded and hua l.rm r.Uhlltbcd to i- un
f'",,1"r?"sW? r???f. ?fla? >i (trn-Wo ol
.cioral m?dirai Wlliye.. and |",vliiK lil0 experknaf ol ?
ino* ?pd ?ecraalu lifo lu hil aisvlaTdri hr La? Mrteoted
rrrardlej thai .rearfectiial it. ail th.-M-. ?.r,. mtimSSwi
? tr brln* treated hj ""p ,. ,.,.."... rYeriirheS bi
rn of ?p|.llcatloni hr |, rnnbl?d t.. kr.T ida .-h.nn*
'ow. ,u, poses, Riving full Ktmpttima, for two alaaipf
rf'ft? "R"v"T,"; '? ,"'kh "bn""1 ** ".>-V?0
I- , .'TTL,,"l.1Vor r*raana eantriuBlalloi u.ai
' i u. "l tod0 ?''k'"tH. !>ror,.?ln.ihrorr.u- ?:
.-tl.-sl llt-rsiur. on thia antycet, tho rrr.ilt? o,- o, VV t
.ng raprrtrrirrjaNl tba noa I Ibnuichla f.-m In'. Prb
.> i-uroi .^,.-1 , s-,", ..."|rn. ,.r?. uM larMleta
WHEN writing lo advertiser
the name of ibis paper. "
Vi Illunie ill!'., u i" ?.' fi
Ci u'einlilaie innrrlage.
A.hi.cn Oe. mn l's'
Klgblh strebt, st. Louis
please men lion
No. I? s. N. P.
An interfiling Illus
trated work of -JSA
'ur those who are insrtled or
>. Price Hay cenia ii/ mall.
1 'ISP KN? A KY. if flori h
Itv. .f. Wa I four's Caiiiornin Vin?
?!icar liitUTs aro a purely Vegetable
prepara, ion. made eliielly from tho na
tive herb.- found on ihn lower rangea ol
thc Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, tiie medicinal properties of which
ire extr... lcd therefrom without the usn
of Alcohol. The question is almost
lady asked, " W hat is tho cause bf tho
unparalleled success of VINKOAR BIT?
rK.hrj?" <?ur answer is. that i hey remove
the cause of diseare, and the patient re
covers his health. They aro the great
blood purifier mut a life-giving principle,
.i perfect llenovator and Invigilator
.I tho system. Never before in tho
lust.irv nf" the world has a medicino, 'MUT
L-oin|N)iindi'*1 |?i?M*essing the n-niurkablo
pialiitcs ol' VINK??AK bifTiois in healin? thr>
rsick ol'cv "i (ii-ca-c niau is hoir to. They
tic a Kvnth !'i rj?iit?vu as well as a Tonic,
rcitevihj: Congestion <-r Inflammation ol
? !;.. Liver ai??' Viseernl Organs, in Uilinun
Tlic propoiiios <>f f>R. WAI.KKK'V
VIN KU A it ItiTTkiis are A pericaL l)inhhoret.iCi
Carminative, Nutritious, I.as.nive. Diuretic
Sodwtive, Counter Irritant. Sudorific, A bern
Live, and A ol i- litlious.
it. ll. SIcUON'AtiT* di to..
Ompc.it.ts uiiil (inn. -\ n t s.. San FrnnclKuo, Californio?
uni cor. <>f Wiudiiimton ?uni Charlton Stu., T*>. Y.
sold liy all Drui:::l ,tH and l>? aler?.
NICHOLS, SHEPARD"& C0?8~
Tho RRILLIANT SUCCESS of thia drain?
Saving, Tline-SnTlne: TUnESHER, la
unprecedented in tbeunnals of Farm Machinory.
In a brief period lt bas beconio widely knowD
md FULLY ESTAnLISHED, ns tho
?KAIN RaI8EBS 11EFCSE to submit.
t?> ibo wasteful and imperfect work of other
Threshers, when posted on the roil awper-iortfj/'
of thin one, for saving grain, saving time, and
doini: fnst, thorough an?l economic?! work.
THRESHERMEN FIND IT bljrhly advantageous to
run n machine that has no "Beaters," "Pickers,"
or "Anrnn." that handles Damp Grain, Long
Straw, Headingo, Flax, Timothy, Millett and all
mich d'uilculi giam and seeds, with ENTIRE
EASE AND EFFECTIVENESS. Glenna
to perfection ; saves the funner bis thrcsa bill
l?v ext iii saving of grain; makes no " Litter
ing*;" requires LESS THAN ONE-HALF tho usual
Ilelts, Iloxes, Journals, and Genre; easier man
aged; less repairs; one that grnlr ors prefer
lo on|iloy nml wull for, even <t dvanccd
Hricen, while oilier machines nre '< . ??*fjoliR."
Four ni/en linnie wltli 6, s , nd 35t
horne " .Houuted?? Power?, . i?-spe
< lul( v ofSnparators "alone." ?xpr??aly
for ST EA TI POWER, and tn usavvb
oilier llor o Powers. , ?
If interested in proln raising,orthrcaj write
for Illustrated Circulars (nent/J?; .Vith full
particulars of sizes, styles, pricet, ioi a?, etc.
NICHOLS, SHEPARD dc CO.,
Hatti? Creek, Michigan.
Prevents tho Hair from Falling.
Promotes lb)Healthy Growth.
Is not Greasy nor Sticky.
Leaves no Disagreeable Odor.
Subdues Refractory Hair.
Soothes ibo Irritated Scalp-Skin.
Affords tho Richest Lustro.
ls not an Alcoholic Wash.
Gives Now Lifo to tho Hair.
Ileraain? Longest, in Effect.
Prepared only by
JOSEPH BURNETT & CO.
27 Central Street, Boston.
And Sold Everywhere.
Marls Iron Works
Portable and Stationary
POWER CORN 8HELLER8,
Burr Stone Feed Mills,
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