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FARM AND GARDEN.
Liquid Manure for the Flower
Garden.?Liquid manure has a won
derful effect upon .garden plants, and
. may be used both in the vegetable and
in tho ornamental departments. The
best time to apply it is just before a
shower. For tender flowering plants it
muBt be weak. A tablespoon! ul of gu
ano, or a small handful of fowl drop
pings to a gallon of water will make it
ntrong enough. Soapsuds may be used
in the same way.
Figs for Hogs. ? Tho San Diego
World advises greater cultivation of the
fig tree, because, the fruit is good for
bog feed. An aero will fatten more
hogs than an aore of corn, and all that
is necessary iB to stick a fig outting
down, and in three or five months the
plants will bear fruit?three crops a
year?and in three years the tree attains
the size of a twelve-year old apple tree.
The same paper Bays a firm of honey
raisers, the first year of their cultivation
of bees, cleared $12,000 on their honey
liOOK Out for Drouth Tins Subimer.
?We may look out for drouth every
season, and shall seldom look altogether
in vain, but the present spring up to
this time has, in most parts of the coun
try, been marked by frequent rains, and |
a wet spring is likely to be followed by
a dry summer. " What can we do about
it?" do you ask? Keep the soil well
stirred and our crops vigorous by clean
cultivation. If our lands were proper
ly prepared before planting, we have
tho means in our hands of protecting our
crops against all moderate drouths. The
baa farmer suffers every year, either
from drouths or from too much mois
ture, and, generally, from both. Such
" bad luck" is sure to follow bim, from
year to year, till ho shall mend his ways
and learn a more rational system of
'Grass Garden Wades.?After hav
ing been bothered for years by grass
and weed-grown walks, I determined to
conquer the enemy by a masterly stir
render. I therefore spaded up all my
walks, adding enough good soil to raise
them to a level with the adjoining beds ;
raked and rolled them till they were
firm and even, and then sowed them
thickly with "mixed lawn grass seed,"
scratching it in with a rake, and giving
a final going over with the toiler, and
awaited the result. In a very few days
(not over three weeks), I had the pleas
ure of walking on green velvet instead
of gritty gravel ; and with the help of a
lawn mower, and an occasional outting
down of tue edges true with a sharp
spade, have had no further trouble with
my walks. Always green and pleasant
to the foot and eyo, never washing,
nejer^weedy, never muddy, never wet
(being above tho garden level), they are
"a joy forever" and tho perfection of
garden walks.?Cor. Country Gent.
Pruning Tomatoes.?That tomatoes
are ^benefited by pruning we have not
the slightest doubt, and we yearly prrc
ticeit in our own garden. Some re
commend and others practice outting
off all the tops of the plants, to which
we most strongly object, as we are sat
isfied that such a course is very injuri
ous to the plants, as well as to the per
fect ripening of the fruit. As the to
mato begins to grow, seleot say three or
four of the strongest shoots, pinch all tho
others out; should there be any, by the
finger and thumb, close to the main
stem. When these four branches be
gin to show frnit, a small lateral branch
will show itself immediately at the
next joint. These should be all pinched
out as soon a) they appear, letting no
shoots grow at any time, but tho four
main branches referred to ; by so doing,
whether the plants are tied to stakes or
laid on the ground, we have always
fonnd that we secured a larger, finer,
and at tho same time a heavier orop
than wo could by any other process
To Destroy Bugs, Ants, etc?No
insect that crawla can live under the ap
plication of hot alnm water. It will
destroy red and black ants, cockroaches,
spiders, chintz bags, and all the myr
iads of crawline pests which infest our
houses during the heated term. Take
two pounds of alum and dissolve it in
three or four quarts of boiling water;
let it stand on the stove nntil the alum
is all melted ; then apply it with a
brush while nearly boiling bot, to every
joint and crevice in your closets, bed
steads, pantry shelves and the like.
Brush the crevices in tho floor of the
skirting or mop boards, if you suspect
that they barber vermin. If in white
washing a ceiling, plenty of alnm iB
added to the lime, it will also Befva to
keep insects at a distance. Cockroaches
will flee the paint which lias been washed
in cool alum water. Sngar barrels and
boxfs can bo freed from ants by draw
ing a'Wide chalk mark just around the
edge, of tho ton of them. Tho mark
must bo unbroken, or they will creep
over, it, but a continuous chalk mark,
half> an inch in width, will set their
depredations at naught.
Watering Plants in Summer.?
Plants growing in the open ground nnl
fully exposed to tho sun, are frequently
ruined by the very means taken to save
them?by watering in hot, dry weather.
Generally, merely the Btirfnce of the
gronnd is wet, and tho moisture soon
evaporates, leaving tho soil dry and
hard?almost imp^rvioua to air, ub well
as the dews. But ;his is not tho only,
nor the greatest evil which results ftom
the ordinary slight waterings which
plants get. Tho temporary, super?e al
moisture causes the roots to seek the
surface, where, in the intervals between
the wateringB, the heat and drouth de
stroy them, and tho plants become
stunted or die outright. Tho remedy
lies in a more thorough irrigation and
in a different mcde of applying the
water. In the case of young trees and
large herbaceous plants, the best WEy is
to carefully sorape away the soil around
them to the depth of an inch or two,
forming a shallow basin into which suffi
cient water should be poured to mo it ten
well the ground as deeplv and as widely
as tho roots extend. When tho water
has soaked in, tho dry earth should be
returned, which will prevont a speedy
evaporation. Among small plants, which
cannot bo treated in this way, make
hole? with an iron rod or a sharpened
stake several inohes in depth, and fill
them with water, which will thus reach
the deepest roots.
Colorado to-day is tho centre of the best, as
well a? tbo largest emigration from the United
Statos. And with reaeou, for both hi the way
of geographical position, internal reeourooB
and capacity for diversified industry, it stands
at tho head of all tbo Territories.
Geographically, Colorado is in tho very van
of tho column or Boclal migration, being the
westward front of that great tier of prospor
oub commonwealths which belt the Union?
Pennsylvania, Ohfo, Illinois, Indiana, Mis
souri, KauBaa. Colorado. Emigration always
moves in straight lines?tho population of auy
one elimato, soil, or temperature following its
parallel of latitude. This haa been the uni
form history of settlement in this country.
Colorado, however, will have the advantage
of her elder Hint ova, in that while their settle
ment was slow, fortuitous and disintegrated',
her'? is rapid, organized and systematic?while
thoir's was tho work of individuals, horn is
tho work of great organizations, Bnpportod by
experience, capital and combination. She be
gins at a point tho othors only reached after a
Already her condition reveals her vantago
ground and demonstrates her position as tho
I on dor of the groat column of the Middle
Colorado is oven now an exceptionally fa
vored teriitory for auy ore thinking of going
Went to sottlo. Society is already established
there ? railway communication with the Atl in
tio and Pacific Stateu is direct and good; tho
territorial government ccenourcally organized
and honestly administered, exempting tho set
tloru from onerous taxation. Witness tho fol
Tasks.?There woro no territorial taxes laid
Pnui.ic Dr.jit.?There is uu territorial dobt
and a balance of $18,172.19 in the treasnry.
Schools.?Tho educational facilities of the
Territory are first-class. Tito common school
systom in well organized. There are good la
dies' theological, conventual, and boy's schools.
Tliore is a college at Colorado Springs.
The Pbebk.?There aro 7 dailies and 8G other
papers published in Colorado.
Hanks.?There aro 27 banks.
Telegraph.?Thero aro 1,018 miles.
Southern Colorado is the richest, most fer
tile, and mildest tempered section of the great
Territory of Colorado. It is a State within it
self of magnificent proportions, incalculable
natural resources, and a diversity of soil and
climate, and a capacity for agricultural, pas
toral, mining, manufacturing, and commercial
development which rendor it.Bolf-sopporting.
Lying south of the Great Divide it is the
most genial elimato of all Colorado.
. The Arkansas, the greatest river running
from the Rocky Mountains, gives it tho richest
valley and strongest water power in Colorado.
Embracing in its limits the South Park and
San Juan country, it covers tho richest mining
districts of tho Territory, its minerals being
not merely gold and silver, but coal, iron, cop
per, marble, petroleum.
Tbo capital city of tbis great region is Pue
blo, located on the old trading routo of the
Hanta Fo trail, just whore that ancient high
way crossed and the trunk line of railway now
crosses tho Arkansas river.
Pueblo is an old, well-established point. It
has been a missionary station, a trading post,
a military fort, and is now a thriving Western
town. Its location has been determined by the
established routes of travel for ovor a century.
It has therefore a solid fonnda'ion. It is now
a railway center. Fivo roads, two built and
throe buildin r, oonvergo hero. At this point
will stand the
(iHi:at central city ok the far west.
In every respect of centrality, elimato, local
situation, position with reference to North,
South, East and West, Fueblo in destined to
become tho groat commercial city of the Rooky
Mountains. For one thousand miles along tho
base of tbo mountain range there is no point
equal to it as a commercial centre.
Tho systematic development of Pueblo to
wards this, its proper position, is now going
on under tho auupeces of the Denver and Rio
Grande Railway, who have opened to Colony
sottloaiont and improvement the laud on tho
south bank of tho Arkansas, heretofore unoc
cupied by reason of tho want of capital in
Colorado to construct tho groat irrigating
canal necessary to supply water.
South Fueblo has been regularly laid out
and platted, streets opened and graded. 10,
000 trees planted along tho avenues and pub
lic squares, a large park laid ont and planted,
bridges built, and all tho foundations of a
firosperouB town broadly and intelligently
aid. The streets aro 100 foot wide, tho cen
tral boulevard 150 foet. Acoquias, or minia
ture canals, run along tho front of each Bido
Tho main work, however, is the groat irri
gating canal, 20 miles in length, which has
already been built at a cost of $90,000.
This canal convors and waters a tract of 10,
000 acres, and this tract constitutes the colony
settlement of South Pueblo.
South Pueblo differs from the generality of
towns just starting, in having already estab
lished railway, to ographic, and express and
postal connections with the entire countiy.
Tho old town of Pueblo is located on the
north bank of tho river, and just opposite
South Pueblo, being connected by four com
pleted bridges and a borao railway.
Colonists, in addition to tbo facilities of the
now town, will have all tho advantages in tho
way of markets, society, Ac, afforded by the
South Pueblo is not an exporimennt. One
thousand people are now on the colony
Tho title is clear and simple, confirmed by a
recent act of Congress, and now in tho trus
tees of the Company.
John EooAn Thompson, Philadelphia,
PreriiletU Pennsylvania Fl. It Co.
Samuel M. Felton, Philadelphia.
iMte President P., W. ?fc 11. It. It. Co.
Loins H. Mevku, Ranker, Now York.
Schooli., CnUBCliES, Ac.?Large reserva
tions have been and will ho made for school,
church, park, and other public purposes,
Expenses ok Emigration.?Persons holding
cortiilcatoa of membership, who apply at an
early date, will secure par-sago and freights on
household goods, from East to South Pueblo,
at greatly reduced ratou.
Thoso prices now aro about as follows for
From Philadelphia to South Puohlo.jGf,
From Cincinnati to South Pueblo.48
Prom Chicago to South Puohlo. 45
From Omaha to South Puohlo. 82
From St. Louis to South Puohlo.40
From Liverpool to South Pueblo.?25
These rates are a per centum reduction on
tho full fares, and will change from time to
time as tho faros change.
Health.?All tho world now visits Colorado
to find health. Health is tho poor man's cap
Scenery. ?Tho scenery is tho grandest and
most beautiful on the continent.
Son..?Tho valley of the Arkansas raises 50
bushels of wheat to the acre.
Social Chanoeh.?Every man's children
starts equal and with even chances in tho
Colony Plan.?South Pueblo is being sot
tied by tho Denver ,t Rio Grande Railway, in
regular course of their plan for tho system
atic development of tho country along the lino
of their route, under tho samu plan of colony
which has proved so successful in the caie of
Colorado Spring?, tho great pleasure and
This plan secures to the individual settler
all tho advantages and reductions of colony
emigration without subjecting him to the or
dinary limitations of colonial enterpriae, i. e.t
moving with a largo body, or at a given time.
Full details of this plan, with pamphlet and
map, will bo furnished by either
Denvkb ano Rio Grande Railway Co.,
216 South Fourth Street, Philadelphia.
TnoMia C. Parish, Treasurer,
South Pueblo, Colorado.
Nklho>! A Boi.lkh, Cincinnati, O.
Hoi.imnoK A Fox, Host on, Mass.
W. O. Renn an an, Montreal, Canada.
CIeo. F. McFaulano, Harriaburg, Pa.
A. R<ei>eLhkimku, Kansas Pacific Depot.
J. RnoESH Brown, Central Depot,
1 AlsAor.n Hay Hill, London, England.
THE GRAND PACIFIC HOTEL,
Opposite the Government Squaro and tho new Federal Buildings, is, without donbt, the most
Krf cot hotel structure in tho world, and the largest edifice representing private enterprise in
e United States. Its four front?, on Jackson. LaSallo. Qnlney and Clark Streets, nave an
extent of ton hundred and twenty-two (1,022) feet. It was opened to the public on the 2d
day of June, 1873, and haa proved to its multitude of patrons, representing the best eloments
of the travoling community, the woll-choson and unsurpassed character of all ita appointments
and RrrangoniontB (of whtoh special mention may be made of the Baths?Turkish, Electric
aud Vapor), secured with a lavishaoss of outlay, aided by experience and careful study, nover
before given to an enterprise of its class.
The magnificence of tho exterior, its great interior rotundas, superb public apartments,
tho uneqnaled uuitoa of private rooms on its mile of corridors, and the system and detail of
ita management, have not only won the pride and admiration of our citizens and guests, but
furnish the key to the success of the Guano Pacific, which from iho cutset um no vor been
equaled by any previous or cotemporary enterprise. Central to all tho great railway depots,
tho hanks, wholesale stores, and placeB of elegant shopping and amusements, it ia at all
?easonB, by ita lightness, spaciousness and perfection of ventilation, the most comfortable- au
well aa elegant home for the resident gnsBt and tourist ever offered. Ami it will be maintained
as it has begun, the most complete and perfect hotel in the world?a claim for it sustained by
the guests of the past eleven months, many of them our patrons since the opening of the
former Shennau House, July 8, 1801. GEORGE W. GAGE,
JOHN A. RICE,
Chicago, May 1,1874. Lessees for twenty years
Digestibility of Various Articles of
* Vegetable Food.
The table below gives the digestibil
ity of some of the moat common arti
cles of vegetable food most generally
used by persons in civil life. It is ap
proximately correct, and of very general
practical interest. Of course, it is not
.to be supposed that food of like kinds
will be digested as soon in the stomach
of a weak and siokly woman, ? ho eats
at all hours of the day and is "never hun
gry," as in the stomach of a strong and
healthy man, who eats his meals at reg
ular hours, and never eats between
them; who masticates his food thor
oughly, and never drinks while eating :
Time of dl
Nice. Boiled 1:00
Apples, sweet, mellow.Raw 1:30
ApploH, eour, mellow.Raw 2:00
Apples, sour, bard.....Raw 2:30
Apples, sweet.Roasted 1:00
Potatoes, Irish.Roasted 2:30
Potatoes, Irish.Boiled 3:30
Beans, pod. Boiled 2:30
Com cake.Baked 3:00
Corn bread.Baked 3:15
Carrot, orange.Boiled 3:15
Bread, wheat.Baked 3:30
Turnips, flat.Boiled 3:30
Green corn and beans.Boiled 3:45
Beans, dry boil od.Boiled 2:30
Cabbage, with vinegar.Raw 2:00
Cherries. Raw '2:00
Oatmeal. ....Baked 3:30
Peas, dry. Boiled 2:30
Barley soup.Beiled 1:30
Rye Hour.Baked 3:30
Soup, bcof, vegetables and
Applo dumpling.Boiled 3:00
Cabbago, head.Raw 2:35
Instinct of Turtles.
Audubon, the naturalist, stated that
at a certain place od the coast of Flori
da, sea-turtles, those huge, stolid-look
ing reptiles on which aldermen aro fed
at the expense of the tax-payers, pos
sess an extraordinary faculty of finding
places. Working their way up out of
the reach of the tide-water with their
flippers, quite a deep hole is excavated
in which a batch of eggs are deposited,
and then carefully covered up. On
reaching the water, they not unfro
quently swi n three hundred miles out
to sea, foraging appropriate food.
When another b itch of eggs are develop
ed, after a lapse of about fourteen days,
they will return unerringly in a direct
lino, oven in the darkest night, and visit
the buried eggs. Removing the sand,
more are deposited and secured. Away
they go again, as before. They know
instinctively tho day and hour when
tho young brood, incubated by solar
rays, will break the shell, and are
promptly on tho spot to liberate them
from their prison. As soon as fairly
out of the hole, the mother tnrtle leads
them down tho bank to the waves, aud
there end her paternal solicitude and
Going Across Lots.
A boatman on the Mississippi river
tells the following : A ehap was going
down the river in n dug-out, and had
been informed of a certain locality oalled
Rich's Bend, whioh was eighteen miles
around, and in one place about one
hnndred yards across. He was advised
to land at the narrow point aud drag
over his craft, but he passed the snot
going down without observing it, nud
paddling on eighteen miles around, ho
struck it on tho other side. Landing at
once ho dragged his boat across and
went gliding along down with a light
heart till ho came within a few paces
of the spot whero he dragged aoross be
fore. Thinking it was a now cut off, he
went ashore and tugged his boat over
again. When he got back to the river
a secoud ti^ae he sauntered around a
little to stretch himself, aud soon dis
covered au old newspaper, out of which
he had taken his breakfast that morn
ing. It was now about sundown, and he
had paddlod thirty-six miles without
any flattering progress ; ho scuttled his
dug-out with a hatchet, built a camp,
and waited till next day for a steamboat.
Ahtonishino.?Fow persons are aware
of the time, talent, and expense neces
sary to develop and perfect an i n vent ion.
The now Wheeler k Wilson No. ? Sew
ing Machine, advertised in our columns,
has already cost that Company over
?300,000, and to bring i? well before the
public will require 8200,000 more. It
coats as much to design, construct and
introduce a perfect sewing machine ae
to launch a first-olass ocean steamship.
?When a man gats into tho habit of
walking with his hands tucked under
his coat tails?as men who accumulate
brain vory fast often do?he ought to
leave his cane at home, if only to avoid
? True Enterprise.
The Chicago and Northwestern rail
way is showing trno enterprise in the
way it is making known the resources
of the great Northwest in the line of
summer resorts. Send to W. H. Sten
nett, General Passenger Agent Chicago
and Northwestern railway, Chicago, for
a copy of "The Northwest Illustrated."
It will be Bent you free, and will give
Jon many valuable bints about summer
?Remember that .appearances are
often deceiving. Many a pale, thin
'young lady will eat more corned beef
than a cavpenter. BeeauBO you find
her playing the piano in the parlor it
is no sir.n that her mother is not at
the corner grocery running in debt
for a peck of potatoes.
"The Common SenBe Medical Advis
or, in Plain English, for all People, or Modi
cino Simplified," in tho comprehensive and ox
presBive ti'.le of a forthcoming work of from
Bovon to nine hundred pages, hound in cloth,
from tho pon of Dr. R. V. Pierce, of tho
Worlds Dispensary, Buffalo, N. Y. Price,
$1.50, poat paid to any address within I ho Uni
ted States. To all those who subscribe for the
work now, and send tho money with their sub
scription, tho price will bo bat $1.00. Ttie lat
ter price scarcely covers tho cost of publica
tion, and at $1.50 it will be the cheapest book
over published, and tho author can ouly hope
for compensation for his labor in the immense
sale which tho work nniBt have. The author's
uamo is a household word throughout Amer
ica and his famo as a phy siehvn is not unknown
in other lands. His reputation, coupled with
tho cheapnoss of tho work, insures for it in
our opinion a salo surpassing that of any book
that Uas ever been published in the English
language. The book will be illustrated with
numerous original wood engravings, will con
tain a lino steel portrait and autograph of the
author, aud altogothorwill.be tho most com
prehensive, plainly written and practical med
ical advisor for both young and old, male and
I female, single and married, over published,
j Wo advise each of our readers to send the
I subscript inn price to the author immediately
and thus encourago him in his labors and se
cure tho work at the reduced price. The au
I thor will acknowledge tho receipt of all sub
scriptions and send tho book aa Boon as out.
K?Among the gifts which have been
made to humanity, none in the lower
sphere of virtues should call forth
our thankfulness more than the gifts
of cheerfulness, and wit, and humor.
They carry with them a perpetual
An inferior quality of soap is soft
and spongy when fresh and wastes away rap
idly when put in water, or should you keep it
til) it becomes hard it shrinks half ita original
size. Procter & Gambles Extra Olive Soap
does not shrink nor waste, but wears well, yet
Decidedly the best remedy that has
over been discovered for rheumatism, swollen
or Btiff joints, flesh wounds, sprains, bruises,
cuts, aud burns, is Johnsons Anodyne Lini
ment. We use it, and always recommend it to
our friends. _
We should not hesitate to recom
mend to anv friend of ours, Parsons' Purga
tivo Pills; they are scientifically propared, and
aro adapted to all tho purposes of a good pur
g it ivo medicine
Qo to Riverside Water Cure, Hamilton, 111.
THX Giumd RKTOLtmOK im MKDIOAL Tarat
UM3CT, which was commenced In 18C0, la ntlll in pro.
Kress. Nothing can atop it, for it Ik founded on the
principle, now universally acknowledged, that
physical vigor la the moat formidable antagonist of
all human ailments, and experience has ahown that
I'i.antatioh Brrrxaa la a peerless invigorant, aa
?eil aa the beat possible, safeguard ugalnBt epidemic
Tua 8ecket or Oai-xtvation.?Features of Ur?
olau mould, a well-turned neck and beautifully
rounded arms, aro no doirbt very nice thlDga to
have, and ladies who poaaeaa these charina have rer
eon to be thankful to Mother Natur?; yet, after all
the moot captivating of all womanly charma la a
pure, fresh and brilliant complexion. ThlH superla
tive fascination any lady may secure by using
Haoan'h Magnolia IIaem._
Yk Old Mexican Mustano Liniment lias pro.
ductd more eurea of rheumatism, ueuraluia,
apraiua, scakle, bums, salt rheum, aore nipples,
swelling, lameness, chapped bauds, poisonous bites,
stings, bruises, etc., on meu, women aud children ;
aud sprains, straiiiH, galls, stiff Joints, iaflaruina
tlou, etc., in 1" tats, than all other liniments put to
gether. It will do what is promised or ye money
Ke-animatino tue Haul?When the hair ceasa*
to draw from tho scalp the natural lubricant which
la its sustenance, its vitality is, as it were, auspend
cd, aud if not promptly attended to, balducBa will
be the certain result. Tho ouo sure method of
avoiding auch an unpleasant cataatrophe ia to ua?
Lion's Katiiaihoh, which, when well rubbed iuto
the scalp, wUl apeedUy re-aulmate the hair and pre
vent it from falling out.
1'lllHTY V I*. Alts' KXI'KUIKMK OF AM
Mrs. Wiusiow's smoothing Sj rup is the prescrip
tion of ouuol the best female phyalclana and nurses
In the Out led .states, nud bai ueen uaod for thirty
yearn with never falling nalely aud auecess by mil
Ilona of uiotheis anil children, from the leeble in
fant of one week old to the adult It corrects acid
ity of the stomnch, rellovea wind colic, regulatM
the bowels, and gives real, health and comfort to
mother and child. We believe It to be the best and
surest remedy In tho world In all ruses of dysen
tery and i v, t in children, whether It arlsea
liom teething or iroin any oilier cause*. Pull di
rections ior umiik will accompany each bottle.
None genuin? imlcv? the fao-similo of Ct'RTlM A
PK UK INS Is on the outside wrapper.
Sold by till medicine dealers.
OHJJumjsar often tooK pals and
fron nc other uom than having worms In tb?
BROWN'S VERMIFUGE COMFITO
will destroy worms without Injury to tbe child, bo
ing perfectly WUtTK and frre from all coloring
or other Injurious ingredients usually used to worm
preparation*. '? i"
CURTIB a DROWN, Proprietors.
$9.2 216 fui ton street: New York.
Bold by druggists and chemlala, and dealers la
mullein ca. ?l iwedty-ttve ecnlii a box.
Why Will Ton Suffer 1
To all persons aaffertoc
from rheumatism, neuralgia,
crampa In tbe llmba or stom
ach, bilious colic, palo In tbe
back, bowels or aide, we wunkl
say tbe Household Panacea
and Family Llnlmeal Is of all
others tbe remedy yon want
for internal and external nie.
It has cured tbe above com
phtluts hi thousands of case*.
Tbere Is no mistake aboot li.
u. Hold by all drag**!*
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Attention Is invited lo the Superior Excellence
of this Machine, some of the points ot which are:
l.-A Higher Kate of Hpced, with loss liability tu
a.?Simplicity of Const ruction, and Base of Van
3. ?Posltlveness and Certainty In all Its Move
4. ?The Ind<-|KMidenl Take-up, drawing up the
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