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CURIOUS AND SCIENTIFIC.
Cure fob OATAimn.?According to
.Hamilton, the severest oatarrhal cold
can be removed in about ten hours by
n mixture of carbolic aoid, ten drops ;
tincture of iodine and chloroform, each
seven and one-half drops. A few drops
of the mixture ehould be heated over a
spirit lamp, in a teBt tube, the mouth
of whioh should be applied to the nos
trils as soon aa volatilization is effected.
The operation should be effected in
about two minutes," when, after the pa
tient sneezes a number of times, the
troubloBomo symptoms rapidly disap
pear. ; < . i i;
Filing * Hahosaws.?In filing hand
saws thatT are intended to out enTy one
way, tho majority, of mechanics file to
ward the handle^Tvhioh leaves tbe> teeth
with more bevel on the back than on the
front, which is canned by the taper of
the file. A few porsons file their saws
toward the point, which gives more bev
el to the front or outting side of tho
teeth. Some think that the back side
of the teeth should be filed nearly
square across, and that the saw will cut
equally wo'l aud remain sharp muoh
longer. The front side of tlm teeth
should bo beveled to suit the timber;
soft wood requires more bevel than hard
Dressed Bananas.?They oan be sim
ply peeled and slioed, and dressed with
sngar dissolved in water to the taste,
letting them stand a few hours to impart
their flavor to the dressing; It is an
improvement to add a little lemon juice,
nHing abont half a lemon to one dozen
bananas. But a far better dressing con
siBts of the juico of oranges swcete?ed
and poured over tho sliced bananas.
Let it Btand three or four hours before
using, and stir before dishing, but not
enough to break tho slices. This is a
happy combination of flavors. . As the
season advances and oranges, become
bc&?oo7 substitute the juice of pine-ap
Slo. Tliese are. somewhat expensive
iaheB, buVthoy are delicate and deli
TJNTOiNKAniiE Mechanics.?By means
of a tiny diamond point at the end of
a machine, composed., of exquisitely
graduating 8y8te*?tf?f lessoning wheels,
a Mr. "William Wobb, of London, is
ablo to write upon glass the whole of
the Lord^B prayer within the space of
h two hundred, and ninety-fourth of an
inch in length and ono four hundred
and fortieth part of an inoh in breadth
?the measurement of the dot of an
??I"*ih print. Ho could write the
wbole-3,560,480 letters of the Old and
New Testament eight times over in the
space of ono square inch of glass ; and
when this wonderful microscopical
writing is enlarged by photography,
every letter and point are perfect, and
can be rend. Amazing as this is, how
ever, a wealthy banker of London,
named Peters, invented a maohine in
1855 that could write three times as
fiuoly as Mr. "Webb's.
TnE Manne? op Shoeing Horres.?
Although this subject has engaged the
attention of mankind from the earliest
ages, in consequence of its importance, it
is wonderful Jhpw little we have'3 et real
ized in tlie wiry of securing a covering
for the horse's hoof which shall answer
tho purposes required. Many scores of
different" shoes have been - designed by
porsonR ready to vouch for their excel
lence, but they have generally been
false in theory. Of the many methods
of horBe-elioeiug, that known as the
Goodenough systom alone seems to be
founded "upon correct principles. The
frog must bo preserved, or eventually
tho foot will be ruined. The light of
reason is beginning, in this respect, to
slowly dawn upon the rising generation
of blacksmiths. Let us hope, for the
horse's Bake, that thnt instrument of
torture, the old bar shoe, may soon be
brought to mind only with memories of
Planetary Flirtations.?Tho fash
inablfrevent? in celestial sooiety for the
ensuing mpntlm of the present year will
be as follows :r Ai aunset on the 27th
of June tho silvery planet Mercury,
seldom distinguishable , on account of
its close proximity to the sun, will be
brightly visible in tho west. At five
minutes of nine o'clock on ? the morn/
ing of July 5th Mars and the sun will
be in conjunction. On the 12th of Aju
gust, three minutes past, seven in fine
evening; Jupiter ond VenuB will /ap
proach within one degree of each olher
?presenting a rare and beautiful spec
tacle. An annu'iar eclipBO of the,'sun,
visible in A*io, vmd partly in Africa aud
northern Enrr.pe, will1 occur on the 10th
of October. The magnificent Venus will
be at her nearest :to our earth on the
night of November 10th. One month
thence, op. the 10th of December, will
occur the/ great centennial transit of the
beautiful! planets across tho disk of the
sun,}by1foIa$f)driWo observation of which
the datvononlpfe of tho'world hope to
estabVimrgt%tei5nct diatouee.of our world
from the sun. On the mornings of the
1-tth and 15th of the same month,
too, MarH and Venus will come within
tbj-ee minutes of each other, so as to
Fecm in actual contact. .
Literary Curiosity.?Thoro is a
real literary curiosity in New York, just
now, tho autograph of Charles Dickons,
aa containodfu tfio manuacript tjf "Our
Mutual Friend." It is a fat volume,
with tho hundreds of ab.oets pneked
with tho maslei'h crnmpou hand and in
Rome places' hlnioat illegible copy,
neatly bound up and prefaced by tho
skeleton pages [where Dickt nn has
Rketebed out his plans. Ho evidently
followed the curious plan of question
ing and answering him sell' on paper, ns
at tho bond of one of these skeletons
wo find : "Bella?three chapters?[Yes."
Farther down ho writes down tho name
of another oharacter, andqi e ioa w'both
er ho shall dispose, of it in a oertain
manner?then subjoins a curt " Nib,'' as
if disapproving his own original plan.
This manuscript is the property of
George W. Childs, of Philadelphia,
who purchased it from a ci itic in
London (to whom it was given b'v Dick
ens) for $1,240 in gold. It is said that
the critic Hold it. to spite Dicken s, or hie
memory, I don't know which, because
of 8on\p disagreement which t hey had
subsequent to the gift. Sou ie of the
pages of this manuscript m nt>t have
been terrible1 ftpon the oyu.t of the
printerfl, for they are Bcortc\ through
and through with laborious corrections.
^ Whole Corn for Fattening.
A Bhode Inland correspondent of the
Boston Journal says that the reason
Bhode Island turkeys aro worth three
cents per pound more in market than
any ethers is because these tnrkoyn are
fattened, especially in the south part of
that state, on hard Indian corn instead
of meal, barley, oatn or other kinds of
food, and because they are picked with
out being soalded in hot water, and
their inwards removed immediately.
There is almost as much difference in
the bird prepared in this way and one
that is fed otherwise and dipped into
hot water (to save two minutes' labor in
picking), and then left to swelter a week
with its inwards undrawn, as is the ease
with most that are brought to the New
York, Phi-adelphia and other markets,
I as there is between a woodcock and a
Bo, too, if a hog be fed solely on hard
corn and water, its meat will bo as far
superior to that fatted on meal or other
soft food as real pure Orange county is
to distillery or swill milk. Why are
Cincinnati hams so celebrated? Is
their superiority owing to the method
of curing them solely ? By no means,
but moro to the quality of the flesh,
which is made entirely from the juices
of Hweet, hard wild nuts and unground
Take a turkey that has a free, wild
range,, where grasshoppers are plenty
in their season ; feed it well with Indian
corn and sweet apples only (if the lat
ter are handy) until December; shut it
away from food for twenty-four hours,
then (handling the sacred thing tender
ly) tie a stout cord around its logs and
hang it to a Bpike in tho beam tinder
your barn; let one artist hold its rings
(irmly in each hand, while another gent
ly bleeds it ut the throat; pick it dry
while warin J draw its inwards ditto;
let it hang in n cool place for two nights
only ; roost it before a bright, hot wood
fire, turning the spit often to keep the
juices from congesting on the surface or
elsewhere; set it on a table garniohe?,
if your * fancy or hat uro will" w.*h
wood?oek, canvas-backs, rail and ortolan,
and if you once get a taste of that tur
key you will let every other delcaoy
before you go to the dogs rather than
desecrate your palates with trasl so in
ferior to that king of all Raine, ? corn
fed, dry-dressed, well-cooket Rhode
So, too, take a twelve-nvntliB' old
barrow, place him in a roriny, bunny
pen, keep him wholly on ha'd corn and
pure water> with occasioodly a little
salt, until he is fat; kill aid drcBS him
nicely, and salt the chim's down with
plenty of Turk's Island salt within
thirty-six hours of his exit, and you
will have pork to eat vith your capon
that is firm, transparent, rosy, sweet
and delicate. So, again, take the hams
of such a hog, eure them well with
blown salt and saltpeter, smoke them
with elean fresh con-cobs and nothing
else (letting them ciol off nights) until
they attain the conplexion of a hazel
nut, or of One o/ Titian's most ehar
aoteristio portrait a trifle subdued.
Then boil it Blowly, ahd when thor
oughly done let 9 stand a night in the
liquor, and you will have the only
1 thing of beauty' that is worthy to bo
eaten off the same plate with your
Rhode Island iurkey, and equal (6 the
best WestphaSa, North Carolina. New
bold or Cincinnati bncon.
Grips for Premiums.
Colonel.'S. D. Harris, in a recent
communication to the Bnckeye Farmer,
Bays : The common practice of farme s
who compote for premiums at the agri
cultural fairs in the fall is to put off all
concern in the matter until a few days
before the fair is held, and then if they
have any thing which is extra good in
the way of a farm crop they will soleot
a sample and take it to the fair. This
is not the way they should do such
things, as there is no practical credit
duetto a man for an accidental good
crop. Tho real objects of premiums is
to stimulate people to work for them ;
it'is a very low motive when a man
competes for a prize only that he may
win tho money which is offered; he
should strive, not so much for tho mere
object of tnkiug tho premium as to
show what can be done in the way of
raising orops by trying for it in earnest.
And now is tho time to begin ; think of
this while you are plowing tho land,
while you are putting in the seed,
while you are tending the orop, and at
the time of harvest it will bo no small
gratification that you took good aim at
success and hit tho mark.
It seems that every well directed ef
fort of the farmer's uro: in the days of
seed time is an act of faith and prayer,
and that the like, in time of harvest, is
an act of praise and thanksgiving.
Then,.whether, yon tako a premium or
not, you have achieved success, which
Tlio Farmers' Homo Journal nnyn :
On every old place in central Koutnoky
tli/re are such things as old wood-pilep,
composed for fifty years ; then there are
old piles of ashes, sometimes three or
four feet deep, which have been accu
mulating for tho same length of time ;
then there are old straw-piles and
heaps of slablo manure which have
neve;* been hauled out; again there are
dorosits under the hen-roos's, some
times two frot doep, which are equal to
the best Peruvian guano, and when t hese
are all hauled out, wo will go to an in
exbnu-tible supply of ridi molds aud
alluvial deposits of decoyed vegetable
matter, which have been collecting for
ages, in places on branches aud creeks
which run through most farms. We
have still another supply yet in tho
muck mud, which, if dug out in the
summer time, when the marshes and
swampy places nre dry and hard, it can
be hauled close to, if not quite to where
it is wanted, and the winter freezing
will pulverizo it and put it in fine con
dition for a orop next season.
A KOVKiiTY, is the handsome 84 50 field
Croquet Sot that tho Excolsior Mags/.ino it*
giving to now subscribers for \n cents, through
a specinl arrangement with a largo mauufuc
tnring company. They furnish sample copies
of tho MagR/iun for 25 cents, from theirofilce,
room fi!?, No. If// LnSnllo slreot, Chicago, III.
?A guileless Danbnry man f-aw a
chromo advertised "50," sent on the
money, and received tho jack of clubs.
v. here chips have accumulated
St. Paul, Minneapolis Madison, Wie.,
the Lake country of Wisconsin, Devil's
Lake, Ooonomowoc, Green Lake, Wau
kesha. Fond d a Lao, Green Bay, Dninth,
Marq?ette, and all Wisconsin and Min
nesota summer resorts are reached from
Chicago via the Chicago and North
western railway. Send to W. H. Sten
nctt, tleneral Passenger Agent Chicago
and Northwestern railway, Chicago, for
a gnide-b mk. It will be sent you free.
Dr. R. V. Pbsbch, of the World's Dis
pensary, Buffalo, N. Y., whoso Family Modi
olnoa nave won Rol en opluionB and achieved
world-wido reputation, atter patient study and
much experimenting, auccoodod in perfecting
a Compound Extract of Smart-Wood, or Wator
Pepper, that is destined to become aB colobra
ted as bis other medioinos. It owes its eftl
caoy not entirely to the Smart-Wood, which,
however, ia a sovereign remedial agent, but
largoly to a happy combination of that horb
With Jamaica Ginger and other vogotablo
agents, l'bo combination 1b Bach as to mako
it a very pleasant remedy to take. Takon in
ternally, it euren Diarrhooa, Dysentery (or
Bloody Flux), Rummer Complaint, Cholera,
Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum, Colio,
Cramps and Pain in tho Stomach, break*) up
Colds, Cramps, Febrile aud Inflammatory At
tacks, lthoumatism and NoUraltfio. Applied
oxtornally, it euros Sprains and oru'sos, Frost
Bites, Chilblains, Felons, Rheumatic Affec
tions, Scalds, Burns, Cuts, Neuralgia, Pain in
Back, Soronoss or Stiffness of Joints, Stings
and Bitoa of Poisonous msoots and fteptilos,
Oakod Breast or " Agod in Breast," and En
1 urged (i hinds; in short, is an unexcelled I .in i
ment for man and Veaat. It is sold by all drug
A bar of aoap ? Why, it's a bar of
soap! you w'll aay, when asked. Bat tho size
of tho bar, do you ovor consider that ? Many
unprinoipt'd dealers sell 12 os. bars at tho
prieti of a f?ll poiind bar. Proctor A Qamblo'a
l3xtiAt)ilvo Soap 1b ftill Weight Id oz. bare.
?It is said that there is not a toll
gpte in all Switzerland?tho roads all
Go to Bivoraido Wator Cure, Hamilton, 111.
Flour dull but unchanged. Whoat?No. 2
spring, $1.10 aBkod, $1.09 bid; No. 3 rod,
91.23 aakod, $1.21 bid Corn?No. 2. mixed,
G0@61c on track. Oats. 47o.
Flour?SuporflhO WeBtorn and atate, $4.50(5)
5.10; extra ?hl?, $5.?OfE>7.10; St. LoiiiB,
$5.90(5)11. Whoat?No. 2. aprit.g, $1.40@
1.4IX- Cora?Woatorn mixed, 84<5>8Gc. Oata,
Corn?Yellow mixed, 80c; white, mixed,
90@92c; whito, 94@95c. Bacon? Shoulders,
7J*jO ; clear rib BideB, lOJt'o ; clear sides. 10)<fc.
Sugar?Good common, 7%o ; good fair, 8?\ro;
prime. 9c. MolaBses, no movement.
Flour and wheat quiet and unchanged.
Corn, 67<5)Slc. Oata, G0@65c. Mess pork.
$18.25. Bacon?Shouldors, 7>^c; cloar rib
sides, loy^o; clear sides. 10^c. Sugar-cured
hums, 13)^0 ? plain, 12o. Bulk moats?Shoul
dors, 65^0 ; clear rib t-idos. 9%c ; cloar aidoa,
9%c. Lard, 12X@12%. Whieky 96c.
Flour?Family, $G.15@G.30 ; othor grades
unchanged. Whoat, $1.30. Corn, 66@67o.
Oats, 50@58e. Mesa pork. $email@example.com.
Lard?Kottlo jobbing. llV?@HJtO; small
sales summer at 10K@10^c, looso. Bulk
meat?Shoulders, 7%o; cloar rib sides, 10c ;
cloar sidoB lO^c Wiiiaky steady, 9Gc.
Flour is quiet and unchanged at $6@8.
Wheat is steady, with a moderate demand, at I
$1.25<a)1.40. Corn is steady, with a moderate
domaud. at 95@97c. Oata. 67@70c. Lard, 12c.
Bulk meats?Shoulders. V'.'o ; cloar rib sides,
99^c; cloar aides, 10c. Bacon?Shoulders, 8c;
cloar rib aides, lu-'v; cloar sides, 11c. Hams.
Hiigar-curod, 13^c, all picked. Whisky, do
mand fair and market firm at 99o.
BavAimiATTOO ram Haw.?Wheu the hair ceases
to draw from the scalp the natural lul rlcant which
In lta sustenance, its vitality 1h, as it wore, suspend
ed, and if not promptly atteuded to, balduosa will
bo the certain result. Tho ono euro method of
avoiding such an unpleasant catastrophe is to use
I.YON'n Katiiaihon, which, when well rnbbod Into
tne scalp, will speedily re-anlmato tho hatr and pre
vent It from faUlng out.
Tot Ouand Revolution in Medical Theat
kent, which was commenced In 1860, la BtlU in pro
gress. Nothing can atop it, for it la founded on tho
principle, now universally acknowledged, that
physical vigor la the moat formidable antagonist of
aU human ailments, and experience has shown that
Plantation Birma is a peerless lnvlgorant, as
well as tho beat possible safeguard against epidemic,
Yk Old Mexican Ml-htaku Liniment has pro
duced more cures of rheumatism, neuralgia,
sprains, scalds, burns, salt rheum, aoro nipples,
?<?v ell lug, lameness, chapped hands, poiaououa bites,
sUngs, bruises, etc., on neu, womeu and children ;
and sprains, atraina, galls, atlff joints, inflamma
tion, etc, In beasts, than all other liuimouta put to
gether. It will do what Im promised or yo money
CHILDREN OSTEN LUUK FALB AND
from uo other causa than having worms in the
BROWN? VKRMIFOQK COM PITS
will destroy worms without Injury to the child,
being perfectly WHITE and free Ifrom all color
ing or other njurloua Ingredients usually used In
CURTIS A BROWN, Proprietors,
Ko. 216 Fulton atreet. New York.
Sold by drugglats and chemists, and dealers' In
medicines, at Iwenty-flve cents a bottle,
CJIXlVTV TSARS' BXt?KUIlfiNCB OV AN
Mrs. Wlnalow's Soothing Syrup Is the prescrip
tion of one of the best female physicians aad
onroea Id the Called States, and haa been naed ras
thirty yec.ni with never falling safety and sdoossb
by millions of mothers and children, from the fee
ble Infant of one week old to the adnlt. It corrects
acidity of tho stomach, relieves wind collo, regu
lates the bowels, and gives rest, health and comfort
to mother and child. We believe It to be lb* beat
and surest remedy In the world In all cases of dys
entery and diarrhoea In children, whether U arises
from teething or from any other cause. FuU di
rections for using will accompany each bottle
None genuine unless thefac-almlle cf 0urti8 A
PKRKINS Is on the ontalde wrapper.
B*ld by all medicine dealer*.
Why will You ri.itro,
To all persons sulTerliiK
from r?eiinmtlsin, neuralgia,
cramps In the I'mbs or atom
ach, hllwiiin colic, pain In tlir
back, ho a eii; or side, we would
lay the Household Panacea
HOUSEHOL)Uj"nd |r*m,'y I'lnlmeul is of all
[other* tin remedy you wnm
|r -r Internal mid eiienut ii ??
ill h us cured the above eoni
FAMILY pliunta In thousands of caw*
There In no mistake about l"
LINIMENT. ,Trv It. Sold by all drucglan
Tax Bxohxt or Captivation.?Features of Ore-'
clan mould, a well-turned ucck nnd beautifully
rounded arm?, arc no d?nbt very nice things to
have, and ladles who possess these chirms bavo rea
son to bo thankful to Mother Mature; yet, after nil,
the most captivating of all womanly charms la a
pure, fresh and brilliant complexion. This superla
tive fascination any lady may secure by using
Haoam's Maomoua Balm._
VICTORIOUS AT VIENNA,
OVER EIGHTY-ONE COMPETITORS.
WHEELER 1 TOOTS
ROTARY HOOK LOOK-STITOH
FOR FAMILY USE,
Attention Is Invited to the Fundrlor Excellence
of tills Machine, some of the points of wnlch are:
1.?A UWhcr Rate of speed, with lern liability to
H.?Implicit)' of Construction and Kose of ^lan
3. ?Poslttvencss and Certainly in all Its Move
4. ?The Independent Take up drafting: Up the
Htltch when the Needle H entirely out of the
5. --Unrivaled Strength of Seam and Beauty ol
O.?Adaptability to a much wider ranee of Work
than iurv other mowing Michine in eXIsto ce.
7.?Ii H 'lie only Hewing Machine adupted to the
staving or Hut ton holes in Ladles' Shoea with
Cord without the um' or Patent Attnehmen 8
625 Broadway, New York.
Agencies Throughout the Civilized World.
If the StomaeU Is wrong all Is wrong.
TARUANT'S KrKKKVIfCK^T bKLTZKR Al'KKl
rst whllo acting as a corrective upon that organ,
gently expels all morbid matter from the alimen
tary c ich', ami Imparts a healthful activity to the
sluggish liver, r-uld by all druggists.
MIAMI MEDIC/ft COLLEGE,
The next Session will b:gln October 1st, 1874.
Proliminru-y Loctures During Septfimler
trend for Clrc ilars.
.IOIIN A. MURPHY, M. D., Dean.
WSI. II. TAYLOU, M. D..Kec'y,
'1*0- la est and best Music Book for the Sunday
School und the Home Circle. Sample Copy
on receipt of :w cents. LUK& HIIKl'ARD, Boston
( \ Boarding t-ebool for Young Ladles )
St'IOl I Al.'l'IKSt EtlgllHh Mat In-mat los. sll
Sciences, Latin, Oreek, French, Ocrman, In
strumental and Vocal Music, Drawing; Pointing
' Ml i, niaphnnli- Paint lug .Needle-work, Hair-work.
Wax Fl? wer?, Rilsed Worstel work, anil Frost
Work. FA r.I. HKHHION begins rlrst Monday In
- cptember. 1874. itates reasonable-: advantages
tlrBt class. 1 or parllctiia s address Mrs. N. LAW
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KKM AI.K CAW OO WITHOUTTIIBJI.
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Holder, Scissors. Thimble, etc.?guaran
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rtros I'a UlcTc'egraph Co., In x :is Memphis, Tenn.
liAIVir Of Medical Wonders. Should be
I>\./\/I\. read by ali. Fem fiee for2Stamps,
Address OK. BONAPARTE, I Inelnnail. Ohio.
(BO ?JPEll DA Ycommission or SSO a week
tTn^.l Kalnry.iinil expenses. We oiler it and will
PAV it. A pply now. O.Weuher&Ca.Murlnn.O
Ulrrr.-i FACH WIKK. A gents wanted ; pirtlcu
iip I Ami lars free. .1 Worlh A Co., Ht. Louis, .Mo.
PER DAY. 1.000 agent* wanted. Bend
slauip to A. II. HI. AI It h CO., St. Louis. Mo.
AOKN1H WANTED?Men or women. ??? a
wee* or $lfti forf. Ited. The ircret frem. Write
at onefl to COWKN A CO., tlb street. New York.
THI8 PRINTING INK ^r^^M
cc. Harper's building, N'e.v Vork. It Ib ftir talo
by i In- Southern Newspaper Union, Nashville, In
IC D>. and 26 lb. packages. Also a full assortment Of
CASH. DOOllS, 11LIND3,GLUE;
Wax and FaperFlower,
and Artisvs uoods,
of overy kind.
OHAS. H. GAUTHIER,
11 N. College. NanbTlllc. T""tj.
/\-r.*rL Its Oure.
Carbolated Cod Liver Oil
Is a scientific combination of two well-known mcdl
sine*. Its theory Is Orst to arrest tho deerv, then
Imlld up the system. Physicians find tho doctr.no cor
rect. The really atartllug cures performed by Will
on> Oil are prvof. ? ? ,
CSirboP". Acid ponitirelt, arretto Decay. It 1b the
nost powerful antiseptic In tho known world. En
uring intothocirculntlon.lt at once grapplca with
corruption, and decay ccaeca. It purlfica tho sources
of disease. . . . . ,
CVhI Lirer Oll It Nature's bett astihtanl In resisting
Put nr *"* inrtre wedee-nhnprd bpHlna,
bearing tit. frii/? ,V ?^ signature:, nml I?
sold uy the best .jrujigSsIs. Prepared by
J. II.WII.tiSON, 811 .iohrt St.. Now Voi
AGS NTS WANTED for the new boo*.
A T.lfc'a F.aperienee la Morraonlim. By Mrs. T. B It. fltrnbours,
or Salt l.akeCltr. Wllb an Iktsoductioic by IIauiukt m:kcu
nt STOWK. It imuDii tbs iiil story of " Still Axs-Wira
No. 19."told nr toll sr hium. Oocanleta In detail, delicate
lnatrle,"atraa(er than fletlon. mar* thrilling than romase*." It
la Tai outT esmrata book open th. aubjeet btbb warrr?? bt A
Bait bTobmob wMAS. CAUTION'. All other bonka profcailng to
be ?ritten br konnon women abb rw?o?tTio?e. Foil particular.,
terms,eta., trt?. v,'.'CEN CITY 1'L'liLI.SIIIMCI CO., CUcinnall.O.
Lebanon Business College
and Telegraph Institute.
Course of study, short, practical, thorough i ?co
olem perpetttnl I Kates reasonable, board cheat
anil society vnod arivantnees first claas.
8IT?ATI0N8 GUARANTEED g3S&
or half the tuition refunded. For particulars oi
siMM-liuens of penmanship address the principal
THOMAS TONKV. Lebanon. Tennessee.
Has great magnifying power, used for detecting
counterfeit money, shoddy In cloth, foreign sub
stances in the eye. In wount s, etc.andtoexamino
Insects, flower* and plants; to deqet Haws In tn t
als, tineners of woodtiraln; to decipher writing
otherwise Illegible: and for tho Inspection of grain,
mluerals, etc U-eftil for everybody. Double Con
vex Lens, i '_? Imc.km In diameter. Mounted In
leather, and carried In the vest poc et. Price 6<i
cents, two tor f I, free by mail. Agents wanted.
I Una rated circulars and terms free Aeidresa M.
Iii Ii V H V, P. O. llox 4,eeO, New York. Onice, No.
49 Nnstau stree*. State where y?u saw this.
cured by Dr. llcck'a ouly
known and sure Bemedy.
"ir treatment until cured. Call on or addresa
DR. J. O. BECK,
113 John Street, Cincinnati, onio.
Cured bj the DM of Roes*
auccaai which attendl thrir
SbbbsbbbbbVJF"^ '? i'gSSSJ uie enable ua to fornlah
treatment. Including all tho neceuarr medlcloca, and make no
charge unleaa a cure la effected. Circular., tenna, elo., aent free
Addreu BOSS BBOTUSHS, No. ?7 Alain St., Richmond. Ind.
UNTIL YOU HA.V?
oun jvr ju w
As we havo 12 GOOD REASONS why they w?]
do your work
QUICK and EASY,
CHEAP and GLEAN,
They are cheapest to bay.
They are best to me.
They bake evenly and quickly,
?m* Their operation in perfect
e?# They have always a good draft
<They are made of the best material,
They roast perfectly.
OThey require bat little fuel.
They are very low priced.
They are easily managed.
They are suited to all localities.
Every store guaranteed to give satisfac'n
SOLD BY EXGEL8IGR MANUTG CO..
st. Louis, no.
No. 617 St. Charles Street; St. Lends, Ho.,
continue* to treat all euN of obelaclea to marriate, blood
.mpurltlet, ex try ailment or ileknoK which remit, fron?
Indlicretlon or Imprudtoce, with ?nparallel-d* ?neceia.
Or. YT.'e eetabllihment I? chartered by tho State of Wi
?oart, ?ii founded and baa been eatabUJhed to iccuro
?af?, certain and reliable relief. Being a gr?dcate of
icvrrnl medical college,, aod baring lb* experience, of a
long and incccMfal life in bit epeclafciee be baa perfected
remedlee tbat are effectual lo all iheio caiei. nit patle.it?
are being treated by mall or expreie eT*rywhere. So
matter who failed, call or write. From the great num
ber of application* be Is enabled to keep bit charges
low. 36 pnRes, gltlng (all ojnptici?. for two etampe.
Win page,, a popular bonk wbleh etkould be read by erery
holr. No Di.irrlcd pair, or persona oontemplaUng mar
ring-, can affird to do without It. It contain* tbe cream ef
ttnlloal illcT.ilure on tbla eubjeet, tbe rcmlleof Dr. W.?
.mi,- experience; alto the beet thought, from late work,
lu Kuroi* nn-t America. Scat ecaled, poet-paid forSOcU.
Dr. TUTTS HAIR DYE
I'oasoanca qualities that bo other dye doea. lta ef
fect la Instantaneous and It la a* natural that Ik
-cannot be delected. It la harmless and eaaily ap
plied, and Is in general use amung the fashionable
hairdressers In every large city. Pr.cc |1J0U a box.
sold ?very where. onice.48 Cortlandt atreet. N. Y.
HKN writing to advertisers pie^ae monuoa
the name of Ibis paper. No 20. 8. N*. U.
An interesting Il
lustrated work of 2G0
valuitble Information for those who are married
or loutemplate marriage. Prlco hfly cents, by
mull, y.ddress Dr. mum' Dispensary, M North
Klghth street, hi. Louis. Mo.
J. R. COLLADAY'S
IF11 IF1 T ZE3I
GRAND ANNUAL DRAWING
Nashville, Tenn., July 4, 1874.
30,000 Tickets, and Every One a Prize.
Highest Prize. $10,000 ; Lowest, $1.00.
Tickets, $5.00 each.
t?~ Orders should be addressed to
J. E. GOLLADAY, Bowling Green, Ky.,
Or W. G. PRICE, Nashville; Terns.
LIST OF PRIZES.
I Ten Tliouiaud Dollars In Greenbacks.910,000
'i Id u ii and I,oi in Louisville. Ky., located on Walnut hi. between 11 li and 7ln 101 30 leet
Iront by w, to no nlicy, n full tw o Htory brick, witn an attic. 10 rooms and hall, nil the
modern Improvements, marnle mantle*, brth-roora, wnter and Kan. 10.000
:t House and lait in Nashville. Tenn.. No. KS North Market st. near Public Sipiare. lot at feet
front by 150. a thre?!?story nrlCK with 4 r>-oms. In good repair, with g?s and wat*r. 10,000
4 A llrewerv wltun). Its H xiures, located in Howling Green Ky , l.tt 75 fret front on Shank
St. by aw, to an alley, a two-story frame dwelling with :i rooms attached. 5,00c
5 Fifty . eres of e egani funning land, known as nlpari of the " Frlej Farm," within one
uod u-half m les of Bowllns (Ireen. Ky. 4,000
i! A heailtlful cottHge, located In Bowling tlreon Ky . on ?\da.. ust. lot ISi feet front by 2.0
deep, running to an nllev.' containing hall, porch and 4 ro-trni, w Ith Iron veranda. S.OfO
7 A splendid building In In F.dgelleld.Tenn.,< n Hu-sell s.. 50 feel from by 210. to an alley.. 2.U0
h a lot adjoining ubove. 2.000
il A le? sdjntnl. k nbove. 2,001
In A pair ol ma'cli born b, limns-, and Harun he. MO)
Ncx I' prizes each $?<i cash. 300U
Next HI prizes, eacli a building loi In lue cliy o ilowlmg Ureen, Kv., eucn 6t feel immun
i enter st. and is-, rji pp. running lo llal'r >?d Avenuo and Church st * on. 3 000
Next 5U uri/.es,each Ihocash. 5,000
Nex t IMl prlr.es. ea. It fVl cash. 5,O)0
Nett I0n|irie?s each *20 can. 2iwo
Next ion prizes, each fill cash. l.fOO
Nexl Ii*) prizes, euch *S. 8S0
iH\ cash. 00
41?: ensb.,. Til
4itl cash. 75
?I'll cash. 100
4'i> cast. . I~>
41? cash. 15?
4!i7 cash. 15
41? ca?h. I1*'
4!W cash. 25
ioil Fine horse (roadster), barncs* and buggy. 6?
auwi prizes offl each. In tickets in next iirnwuig. 20.5U)
The above prlz <s will be drawn at N taitVILLp*, Tks.v., on vat nmv Jtn.y 4,1S74. They arecon
ducltd in public by a committee selected Irom n e audience, bv the ticket-holders pre ent. "i .0 0 num
bers, con espoudmg with the number of tickets Issued, are put Inio the wheel, and the first number
drawn out entitles the holder oflhe eorrcspondlug nuuihnr to the llr?t prise* on ihe list, viz: IJlU,OUO,
lbs in-ond number to ibe s"cond prl/.o, etc. until .Vii numbers are drawn. The Lumbers remu uing In
u.i' wheel are entitled t?> 4' each In tickets In the next rtra \ lug.
A statement of the drawn.' nuinb? rs will l.e pihlbdicd and lot warded to iloket-holdera and agents.
Prize* mi warded promptlv.
TIckelHSold bv ugen s ilnoughont the country.
Orders by mall or express must be dlnctrd to me at Howling tlrccn, Ky.
J. :R. GOLLADAY.