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- THE- -GRANGERS.
The first Graajjlif fct^re _
is located at Windsor, Honry
with a capital of $10,000.
B^man 'Catholics* In Wisconsin are
. , leaving the granges, thp bistop of
then*. s ^j-* .JM/'3,ii?alrt 'tr?'*rs
Gen. FTTZHr/oH Tis?. of1 Virginia,
favors the' ? apparent objeots of the
Grangers,'but objects -ttf their secrecy
and to the introduction, of women into
its membership, t, u <
The Kansas executive committee warn
those who organize granges in occupied
territory that in ffttutc' they will nave
to>consolidate with othe graugeaor sijr
The Kansas Farmer objeots to the
? i grnnco.taliMifl He. laneh ""f nt
the state, nnd shows that if the djspen
tained in Kansas.
Toward the oloe? of the last
session conc^s'Jf?ifftttf? petition
from the eoUIea^zen^.Gf Georgia
asking for an organizod militia nnd
.arms, coupled with a complaint that
there is a secret .society- known ee the
??Patron's Of ^HhBbandryV' wbloli they^
fear intends to bear oppressively on
The south is terato Orth 'and
west in the number and strength of her
granges. The members of these granges
wherever located, are brethren. They
don't nsk ouch Other wbother n dec
ago wyfvftrfl fiel e?eS- pr the bl
AmoncancltizDns, and working for
tame laudable objects.
The grange movement has been more
successful in California than elsewhere.
Not content with the success already
achieved, the Patrons arc. starting a
bank of thoir own, with a .capftal-to$
85,000,000 in 50,000 8100 shares. The
Patrons have been enabled to charter
fifty vessels .themselves this year, and
-'- confident that facilities will bo uni
in?MwureyBffroft air 'ffaeirgftfiflrtb
market. ' ?* ?
A California, patron sayB qf *h.e re
suits of the organization in b& Jrimgb>
borhood: " The discussion of questions
of praotioal interest to the patrons,
wlucOorms a""fqatu're of otir grange; is
having ?'tendency to develop hot only
a better maunor of expressing ourselves,
but a greater willingness to make the
uffarL . Great- improvement has already
been observed in even the little prac
tice wo havo thtis far bad..''- - 4
M. "L. "RvitrAti,' jn the Indiana
mer, says of the grange movement in
Hendrioks.county:> *'vThe grange movo^
ment seems to have eclipsed everything
(Q|sei and is^onstantly inoreasinff*9 jPW
'^"r vik)litiaianfl?iolViri;W?rlters are looking
down their noses with a doleful expres
sion. The farmers and laboring people
of the country are being more strongly
united than ever, because their interests
are idonticali > 'An' union there is
strength.' and being a free people," with
. the ballot we expect to right oar politi
cal wrongs." '
thinking that a wage of $20 a month
was too high for hired nien, s cut an
agent to Now York to capture forty
nowly-arriycd Germans and engage
" "*'anrom '"for "a season. After two weeks'
work ho secured his menjand'paid their
fares west. 'Arriving at Chelsea Mich.,
all but eight refused to disembark, and
went further west, while ^six .of the
eight hired", themselves' to obuntryme'n
of theirs wno-.rwero not patrons. The
grnnge is out about $1,000 by the at
tempt to import cheap German labor.'
The grange, national, state and sub
ordinate, is not porperly the origin of
the-f araiers' movement against the evils
under which the agriculturists have
long! srrtTered, and from which they
sought Redress, but it is more <jfroperjy
an overgrowth of, or a crystallization of
the''forces, .both moral and physical,
whiph havo. been brought to bear to
reffrosgjjheBffigriovancoB, and isljjhus the
prinoip^l factor employed itt- carrying
thisVmigbty movement into effect. Of
but 'recent origin, without agricultur
ists for its founders, the grange has so
exaotly met tho pressing wants of the
times as to gain every whore enthusias
tic adherents. ^Farmers havo derived
help from it ;vfnrmers' wives and daugh
ters have^ gathered new life1- and
spirit and?' energy uuder its sooial
and intellectual iniluonce, and havo
given in return sociality to its meetings.
Business nnd pleasuro have been prop
erly combined; tho monotony of toil
'has been broken and relieved'toy'con
Its success/ proves conclusively that it
has had the power of mnking Average
men and women wqrk in unison for p
common good, jnnd; accomplish what
thoy'lmrdly dnren 'dream of. In the
meetings of tho prder all but. members
are exoluded, and its proceedings,
while conforming to rural pursuits, are
designed not only to plenso and charm
tho fancy, but also to purify tho heart
ml cultivate and enlarge the mental
faculties. g 9 f j[ 9 0 0 *I X.)
It was to be expected that after their
superhuman efforts politicians would
succeed in same sections in diverting
the grange to partisan purposes. The
only wondor that thoy havo met with so
little ?-success.- The decease of Good
Hope grango bears out tho Western
Itural's ttssc.tjjpn jthat, hs soon us. the
granges allow themselves" to drift into
politics, they will cease to exist. The
premature death of this grange will be
a danger signal to snob bodies as may
bo inclined to coquet with polities, ana
trnnsgrops the fundamental law of their
ordor. Tho decease of ono grango, nay,
of a hundred or a thousand grant ei,
from dabbling in politics, would be uo
reason why tho thirteen or fourteen thou
sand other bodies, whioh havo not broken
their laws need despair. Thotrue vnlueof
thegrnngo liesin its s>oial and business
features ; and as long as farmers' pock
et-books contain good tangible testimo
nials of snob vnluo, the grango will live
on, despite isolated instances of failure
and mismanagement. And if the grange
wore now to co|lapso it would havo ao
compl'sbed U nbblo work. Farmers'
havo been taught that combination is
possible, easy, profitable. Monopolies
have learned that thoro is a step lioyttd
which extortion can not go, Politicians
have discovered that formers are no
.longer. the^humblo t
despotism?that there is a
^lament qfj?ting which most be taken
Inh aioeoftft Ind propitiated. Bat Jthe
grange.e mission is not yet fulfilled. j It
will not ipay farmers to let ifc die.-, 1
- ? Grasshopper.
Now that the y^starmy of grasshop
pers has got fairly in motion sc-mo idea
of its immense range may bo gathered
from the faot that our Bpooial dispatch
es report their simultaneous appearanoe,
flying from the,southeast to,the north-,
west, at Sheldon and East Orange, to
nortnwestern Iowa, where they lighted
in immense clouds on the 'finely grow
ing crops ; at Mankato, over 200 miles
east of those points, whoro ihey were
flying northward, and at Breokinridge,
over 250 hiiles ' north" of tho first-nion
tionodjMuripr>i Contrary to expectation
and Iv gmprejpgji jBepved from
their first movements, they have not
pursued s. continuous flight northwsBt
j^QLWllli norihward, bat large bod-'
f|Bl?flMAeS havBjretuxned southward
^na^ontrioaStwaru^ in the inverse direc
tion of their original movement. Their
winged columns nocm, too, to have
Spread) out laterally toVrhrd tho east, so
that the skirmish lino on their eastern
flank now takes in Blue Earth county.
^Bible that they may oon
mk movement toward the
east. If the prodigious swarms of hungry
locusts should once take it into their
heads, .after stripping, tho thinly sct
"fd nJfrtAJ|eBf at Mfenkato, to move
entwH (Ml tteSrhjD. populous, and
i^sB^Qu^jBrmHtUKjJ oounties this
side of the Blue Earth and Minnesota
rivers, the destruction of crops would
be immense, and the calamity tenfold
wLat lias resulted from their ravages in
the newly end sparcely settled region to
which they have heretofore been con
fifed. If they should once set abont it
there can be no doubt that they oonld
without difficulty destroy in a single
week the entire growing grain crop of
'Minnesota. Their -numbers are Bimply
Pofljgrothl.^Ttfr. 40nuVit xJrfButterfield
estimates from the nnmbers clinging to
stalks- of-*wiieat, that ir*> Watonwan
^ujpbj^fc^re Jhf^ fojn?f?RJ^B^hero
were 100 busnels<'of grasshoppers to the
acre of all growing crops, and they were
tilled area of
ho country westward to tho Iowa line
as in Watonwan county.?St. Paul
Caution Concerning the use of Paris
ose who use Paris green for the ex-,
termination of the potato beetle, should
bear in mind that it is a most danger*
oub and deadly i oi son, and they cannot
bo; too careful lest it prove fatal to
" larger 'game1*' than the hugs. All
packages of the substance should be
Sloinly marked poison. There is great
anger in the mixing of this green for
the potato bug,, owing to the fine dust
which/arises in the'process, which is in
haled, and also rapidly absorbed by the
pores of the skin, especially if the per
son using it should be in a state.of Per
spiration. To guard against this, the
hands and face (particularly the nos
trils) should bo protected as much as
possible, aid should be carefully
washed after working_-with.it... or* with
any ?f tho preparations of which it is
an ingredient. ( As it penetrates and
poisons wood, gets into the seams and
crevices of articles made of metal and
even into earthenware that is at all po
rous, it is important Chat all household
utensils, or anything in barn or stable
(which cattle or horses could hnvo ac
cess to) in which the article may have
been mixed, or from whioh it has been
used, should be carefully set aside, and
never, again used for any other purpose.
Malignant sores ore not unfrequently
o&u&cd by scratching tho skin wheu
itching or irritated^ froai handling the
green. As an antidote for the poison,
the free ubo of milk as a beverage- is re
commended, but hydruted proxide of
iron is better. Sores caused by the
green should be welFcovered with this,
as with, nn ordinary aalvo, and a tea
spoonf?l in a wine-glass of water should
be taken?-twico a day, internally, while
working with tho green. This remedy
can be obtained from any druggist or
I Indebtedness of Various Cities.
j The following table shows the debt,
population and debt per capita of the
loading cities of the United States.
I Dobt.,. Popula'n. . capita.
Memphis.$ 4,585,080 10,226 frill 27
Wolimond.? 4,040,242 51.038 70 12
Itoch?Ht?r.*Jj7i4,G*. I 62,I88? 42 40
Cohintbus....*.8 r]O70,00\)v 81,274 8*1 04
Now York. 119,000,000 920,022 128 61
Harrisburg.;... 731,307 23,109 31 64
Ht. Louis. 10,591,902 810,804 63 28
Albany........... 1,700,500 79,442 21 48
CjiicagoS.". A-v i 16,4>t,739 298,897 54 00
Allegheny dty.. < 1,410,000 58,181 2G 60
Pbiladelpbsa... 58,364,171 672,022 86 59
Ciucinnoti. 6,143,500 275,000 22 34
Pittsburgh. 12,000,000 130,000 92 30
Milwaukoo...... 1,707,000 71,400 23 90
Louisville.'. 9,090,500 100,758 90 22
lhUTalo.. 3,840,485 117,714 ? 28 37
Worcester. 1,819.400 41,010 44 37
Providonco. ,4L425,000 28,909 49 70
HoHtori. 27,71.1.870 292,499 94*42
CloveUSn?i. 3^57,000 92,829 35 08
Tolodo. 964,000 31,584 30 52
Detroit......... 901,400 79,577 11 83
Now.Orloaus.... 22,329.696 191,322 116 07
All About the Redemption Reserve.
In reply to various inquiries Treas
urer-^Spinner has issncd n letter declar
ing that national bank notes should not
bo canceled before being sentfohiin
for redemption. Redeemed notes will
bo eanoeled in tho treasurer's office.
Second, that national bank votes will
bo received to make good the five per
cent, redemption fund, but the first de
f>osit of five per cent, must bo made in
egal tender notes. Any excess over
tho amount reqnir d to mako good the
fivo por oent,. fund of tho bank, for
warding the same will bo remitted in
logal tender notes forwarded from the
treasurer's office. Payment for the pro
cess cannot be made in drafts.
Third, thatt the assistant treasurer
should reooive an account of the trans
fers of deposit of such bank notes as
are redeemable at their full face value
at the treasury depart ment.
?Tho editor of tho Panama Star sp
olbgiz?s for tho non-appearanor of his
.paper by paying thnt ho had to haul off
to dig bubkehot but of his legs.
which the peasants live and move'and
have their b oi n g. . -As they work in tbo
fields, the external world has sums hi )ld
upon t horn through the medium of their
senses; but to all tba' higher exorcises
of intellect .they are .perfeot strangers.
You can not address one of them with
out being at once painfully struck with
the intellectual darkness' which en
shrouds him. There is in general
neither speculation in his eyes nor in
tolligenco in his countennuco ; the Whole
expression is' more that of an animal;!
than a man. The average age at whidti
the peasant obildren attend the primary
schools is constantly sinking. Most of
.thorn leave school to. begin their long
and weary life of drudgery at nine, years
of age. , They leave, i-with a blunder
ing knowledge of reading and writing.
Many of them are instructed .by poor
ignorant women, who jnot know how to
read, write, and cipher. Au n matter of
fact, a-large majority Of> the vBnglish
peasantry do not read or write. ...
The food of the peasantry, in most
I instances, is but a degree bitter than
I that supplied to the livo stock of the
forms. Grist-bread, in Some localities,
affords the only food which the' 'farm
laborer has, j Tin ro are whole commu
nities which do.not taste meat a dozen
times a year. Many of these wretched
households subsist wholly on wheaten
cakes and potatoes./'
How to Plant a Tree.
When planting don't dig a hole like n
bowl cistern, but dig it just as deep an
the soil is, and no deeper ; make', the
bottom of it one-third larger round than
the top, and loosen up the- very bottom.
Then, as the tree is planted, throw in
grst an inch of real good, fresh, rieh
soil; set the tree, holding it with one
hand while on your knees you spread
its roots carefully .with; the other ; let
tho assist an t drop the dirt in upon the
rotte us he he would if - he had a sieve,
and, 'as it is dropped in, do i yon who
hold the tree npon your bended knees,
work every root carefully out straight
ou a level lino with the point or junc
tion of it with the main stems, use the
fingers outspread in mingling tho fine
dirt with the roots, and be careful that
not an air space is left at tho bottom,
??d alsd'that the earth upon the lower
roots is packed the hardest or tight est
As yon reach, the upper roots only see
that each root is surely surrounded with
earth, and then let the lost four inches
I of earth bo sprinkled on with a spade
j or shovel,' without pressure of foot or
any thing .else ; don't even flat it with
tho shovel, and be sure to keep your
own and Paddy's feet off, for every
pressure will destroy the natural posi
tion of the root below.
Editoriaxi notices are so common that
it is almost impossible for an.editor to
express bis honest opinion of the merits
of any article without being suspected
of interested motives. This fact, bow
ever, shall not deter us from saying what
we think of a new addition to the Ma
terie. Mediea to which our attention has
been recently directed. We refer to Dr.
JTTt/tiltter's'Oalirornitt Vinegar B ttera,
a remedy which is making its way into
more families just now than all the other
advertised medicines put together. Its
popularity, as far as we can judge, is
not based on empty pretension. There
seems to be no question about the po
tency of its tonic and alterative propei
tiesj- while it possesses tho great nega
tive recommendation of containing nei
ther alcohol nor mineral poison. That
it is a specific for indigestion, bilious
ness, constipation, and many complaints
of nervous origin, we have reason to
know; and wo ore assured on good an-,
thoiity that as a general in vigor ant
regulating and purifying medicine, it
has .no equal. It is stated .that its in
gredients, (obtained from th? wilds of
California,) are now to tho medical
world; and its extraordinary effects cer
tainly warrant tho conclusion that it is a;
compound of agents hitherto unknown.
If popularity is any criterion, there can
be no donbt of tho efficiency of the
Vinegar Bitters, for tho sale of the ar
tiole is immense and continually in
Dr. Plerco's Favorite Prescription
is very strongly roeommondod by tho medical
faculty and iH largely prouoribed'among their
fomalo patients. It in worthy of all coulidonco,
as may Do teen from tho following tootimoni
.Dr. G. B. Chapman, Plattamoutb. Net).,
writCH: I havo under treatment a lady, who,
for tho pact seven years haa beon afflicted, and,
after trying hovend physicians without receiv
ing boneflt, is gaining rapidly on your Favor
Atlanta, 111., July 14, 1872.
Dr. lt. V. Fierce. Buffalo, N. Y.?Dear Sir:
I havo not words to oxprcHd my gratitaido to
you for your advice and assistance Ui mv caao. |
There is not ono who has uuod yonr medicine -t
Hince thoy havo beon brought here, but that
can Hay with me thoy have boen greatly bene
fited. Binco I havo boon so helped by its use.
six or soven around mo left off all doctors and
other medicines, and now oh a it in their lam -
ilioH, after being curod of tho aamo dmeaao as
mine. You do not know what a wondor it
croatod in our city, by its restoring my sister I
wroto you about, for tho bad boon under tho
care of throo of our best doctors, but could
not sit up but for a fow minutes at ono time
1 begged of her to try yonr medicines, and bo
foro hIio had UHod half tho bottles uno could
go ?11 around tho yard, and ha* now just,come
homo from a visit (Ivo milna away.
Mits. Tnos. McFabt.and.
From Mies Loiunda K. St. Glair, Shade,
Atboi 8 Co., Ohio, Oct. 14, 1H72:
Dr. lt.y. Pinke?, Buffalo. N Y.-Your Fa
vorito Proscription in working almost liko a
miraclo on me. I am bettor already than I
havo beon for over two yoars.
From Ei.la A. Boh&peii, ZanoHville, Intl.,
Aug. 3, 1872?
Dr. Pierce: I rccoivod tho raodicine you
sent in-?, end began oelng it immediate! v. Ah
a result of tho treatment I feel better than I
havo for throo years.
From Mrs. Join* H.- Ha&Ilin, Odoll, II!.,
March 19, 1872?
'Dt. PlEriCK: The Favorite Proscription hau
done ma 'good, \ybick.I am very thankful for.
Favotito Prescription la sold by all druggists.
Dr. Fierco's Troatlso on Chronic Diseases of
Womon will hoMorit toany addrosB on recolpt
of two htainps. Tr^'amPy
?In the Arotio regions n hen the ther
momoter is below zero, persons can
eon verso more than a mile, distant Dr.
Jamieson asserts that ho heard every
word of a sermon at the distance of .two
miles. A mothor has boon distinctly
heard talking to her ohild on a still day
aorosB water a mile wide. How about
a follow talking to his AwecthOutt?
*l?2nOJ?H .3 .000
ir dull; X ?5.25; XXX iMtO? choice
$firstname.lastname@example.org; Buporflno $4.75. Corn higher;
cleki'^'iSX<5>n&c~ ~l3ug^ured" hami
eoarco at J6'A
ana 97c ; Ciiichmati ?1.03. Corn , meal, firm
-r? ' '
NA8I1VU I : .
Cotton la quiet and luich.ingcd at 14
15^0. Flour 1b quiet and unchanged at i
?^-^WboakiB^ rteaaiy wJ4Karjn?d*r**v de
mand at email@example.com;' Corn la et?ady with a
moderate demand at 90@91o.OatH .68(5)70.
Lard 13c. Bulk meats?Shouldera 7} .jo; clear
rib Bidos 10)<,'c ; clear Bides' lOSfd Bacon ?
Shoulders 9o; rib sides ? llj.jo; clear sides
HJ-a'J. llama? Sugar-cured 15c, all packed.
Widsky 09o. ?
Flour quiot and prices: declined ; ouperflno .
64 ; extra $4.50 ; extra family 95.50; A No. 1
?6.25; fancy $7. 1 Wheat quiet and un
changed. Corn 76@78o. Oats 66@70o.' i Bye ,
95c. Mobu pork advanced to $21.50... Bacon
firm'; shouldors *%o; clear lib lie:' 'Bulk:
meats firm ; ahouluore l%o ; oioar rib 10(g)
10^0. Lard-Tierces 13><j<S)lSKo; keg 14c. I
Whiaky 94o. _
M ? !
Flour?Snporflno wostorn and Btato $4.90(5)
6.76; extra Ohio $firstname.lastname@example.org ; St. Louis $5.90
@ 11. Wheat?No. 2 spring $1.27(^)1.28; f?n
new white and amber Tennessee $1.60; do..
Kontncky $1.60. Corn a shade firmor, 78Jij (5)
79o. -.Oats firmer at C3)^@G5c. Mess pork
act ve and firmer ; for new mess, f 20.25.
Whisky firm'and fairly active at 98jtfo.IT 1 ? u
f .X? 5 H 1 W?W-?fTrN IV]
. ^Vheat?Bed $email@example.com: whUo $1.20@1;25.
Cord. 67(?69o5 Oatfe. 58?>C8W f pBollr moats.
firm ; shoulders 7>fo ;,clear rib 9*tf@10o. Ba'-'
ciin? Shoulders "8>tfo; clear ' rib 10"^lie
Whisky steady at 95o. ' . (
Flour dull and unchanged; $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corn film at 82@83o. Oats scarce and firm
and wanted. Mess pork?Demand light but
.firm a* $21@21}60. diard ?2M@13Kc., Bacon
firm; Bhouldors 8%c ; clear rib ll?4@llcf .
New YonK ?Cotton market dull, mid
dling uplands 173-r,c.
Cicinatti.?Cotton market stoady IC^P. " ? ?
LbmsvnxE.-^-CottOn1 market steady, 16l^c.
Mx&rrons.?Cotton market steady, middlings
Modile.?Cotton market dull and nominal,
middlings 160. ' 1 ' ?
Qalvkston.?Cotton ? market tending down,
good ordinary li}^c.
Bavankah.? Cotton market, demand fair'
middlings ,16c.. . , ?> x -j , ? . r ? ,
New" ?klhans.?Co!ton market, ' demand
limited,' Good ordinary to 'strict good ordi
nary 14^(5)15*^0 ; low middlings to strict low
middlings 15%<S>16%o; middlings to strict
middlings 16&@17&c: good mlddings 18o.
Our peaches, plums, cherries, and
other fruits suffer so much from curcu
lioa in the south that we keep a sharp
lookout for some invention that will
give fruit-growers a new and decisive
advantage. ; .Caleb Brown, of Nor walk,
Ohio, manages his ^orchards with a con
trivance which is thus described : It
consist* of a. large cloth hopper, on a
two-wheeled barrow, which is driven
nnder the tree, the different branches
of which aro jarred with a pounder on a
pole, and consequently, may be used
for any tree, however large. The in
sects drop into the hopper, whioh is
made of polished rubber cloth, and roll
or slide down its smooth surface into a
box at the center. The touch of a lever
closes this box, and holds all the insects
securely until the orchard is finished.
The chief advantages of this contrivance
aro the smooth rubber oloth over whioh
the insects roll freely, ^and whioh does
not become wet with, dew; the. jarring
with a pole-handled mallet, and the
ready closing of the box which holds
the insects. Apple, pear, peach and
plum orchards may ho rapidly cleared.
Every mau in buying a paper collar
wants to got as near an imitation of linen as
possible. Tbo only collars that look like linen
aro the Elmwood and Warwick. Thin in not
only in tho folded edges but in tho finish.
I '> More . t&an; fort? ,T?hneaaeo 'joufnaki 'have
Bpoken favorably of Hon. Jno. 8. Ksnn for
Go to Rivorslde Water Cnro, Hamilton, ID.
The Ornnil Uevotutlon nt MsnioAt.
Treatment, which was commenced In 1800, la still
in progress. Nothing cm stop It, for it is founded
on Uin principle, now universally acknowledged,
that physical vigor Is the most formidable antagon
ist of all human ailments, and oxperieucohaa shown
that Plantation Bittkus la a peerless Invigorant,
as well as the best posslblo safeguard against epi
? Not Qui tic's O FustJlir. Jones!?A horse
doctor In Philadelphia was caught changing the
celebrated Mexican Mustang liniment Into other
bottles, and using It as his own recipe. Honesty
Is always the best policy. These medicine men liko
to follow up snob fellows. It enred tho lame. horse
all tho same; but it damaged ti.o Doctor'sreputa
tion, and benefited the proprietor in proportion.
Wo havo heard nf so many BheumaUo persons and
lame horses being (Hired by the Mnetang Liniment
that we advise every housekeeper, liveryman and
planter to Invest In a CO ct. or a $1.00 bottle, against
accident. Beware of counterfeits. It is wrapped
In a steel engraving, signed "O. W. Westbrook,
The .Ladles* Moronis Club, of New York,
rcc-tntly changed their discussions from Woman's
suffrage to Hair preparations and Pimple Banlah
era. They declared that where nature had not en
dowed them with beauty, it was their right?yea,
their duty?to seek It where they could. So they all
voted that Magnolia Balm overcame Ballownesa,
Bough Skin and Bingmarks, and gave the complex
ion a most dictinoue (Soroslan) and marble-like ap
pearanoe (dangerous to men, no donbt); and that
Lynn's Kathatron made the hair grow thlok, soft
aud awful preU.y, and moreover prevented it from
turning gray. If the proprietors of these articles
did not send tho sisters an invoice, they r.ro no)
QRiL'fcOn PPr ''ay at home. Terms free. Addrow
iP?rvpZU uko. htinhon A Oo.. Portland. Malue
oney Makliicr Kiiinloymm'. nest ever
offered. Add"c*s At. Ml I.OVkMj, Krle, r?
S10 to $U0 per day made by agents selling the
A in' i ( ii it QnlltliiR macli'e, nmbrolilorlnK A Ilntlng
mash's Aotner nov'Pta. N.n.Hrln & Co.AtlantaOa
AOS' PKR OA Y commission or |3U a week
?T>*?0 Halsry.andexppnsps. Wu ofTjor it und v/ll!
I?Ayit. Apply now.O.Webber &. ^o.Manon.O.
T>^v*^VTv?|- Of Medical Won
Addriss pnv bOr^PART^fc"ni
Of Medical Wond?ra Hhanld be
free lor 2 stamps,
A DVEltTIHERBI Bend JBB cts? to Uro. P. Row
?. ? Co., 41 Park ?ow. N. Y., for thalr JPavn.
phtrtof loo poot*. containing lists of ftuno news
papers, and estlmatei showluseeat of advertising
TT3pllop?y or Wltm Cnrod.
T^KU-*1 >N ?soafllloMd will tli.d It to ttie:r advnn
L ?ago faddroMi fo'.part.o l?r. Dtv I.J),baW*.
Y iiIH, r. O. Box m .Vnp'e.s. llllnoK
AJJl i t] ?r*?: li 'i ?. , I I i n '.' 1
AXT? Mfc.Hlr,>r*s.* #2-BWaJjraj, Kew
>V o Y.-rk'.nlannfA -Minna n id d<>(\lefih In N>rd
lo?. TiicW^rs. ami ati icltm?ni-, for all douhlo thread
KeMlnir M 'chines. K trnpkt dOEun needles aeut to
any poit offlco address ou re. oivi ol flny.oonts.
FAIN TU ready-mitsd i
1 Oils, Olasa:
?'BASHi DOOf^thfos, Ul .UK;;
Wax and Paper Flower, ,
i .Uv sad. Artist's Oood*,v?J>riul
; . .of ?Tory kind "
15 N. Col lean, NbsWtUIo. Tedn.' '
lin !.'?>? THETJEW^ltoROVED
7 EMI NC TON
awabdkd > j
Tlie " Medal for Progress,"
AT VIENNA, 1873.
Thjc HiaHEarOabKn or '? M r.iur." awabd?d at
thk ExrOSITICI.v. j
No Sewing Machine Rccfiveil a Higher Medal
A FICW GOOD REASONS!
? 1.?A JVViu Invent inn TKOBoboiILY Tested nd i
secured by letters Patent.
8.?Makes A per Tec I lock stitch, alike on ooth
aides, on alt kind* of goods.
3.?Rons JjioHTjsMooTn.NoiBKxxaa and Bap
?3 .-DuKAiii.i:?linns for Yean without Repairs'
D.? Will do all varieties of ifork and Fancy Stitch'
tog In a superior manner..
O.?Is Most Easily Managed by the operatot.
Length or otltcb may be altered while running,
and mac1 ne can bo threaded without passing
thread uivngb boles.
?T??SwiBb Simple, Ingenious. Jtlegcnt. forming
the stitcb without the mo of Cog Wheel Clears
Rotary Cams or Lever Arms, ilas the Automatic
Drop Tted, widen insures uniform length of stiten
at any speed. Has our nc\v Thread Control!) i
? which . allows easy movement Ol needle-bar and
pr i " injury to threcul. .
a.-coNKTiuicriDS moit carr/Vil and'.vftnsiricD.
It Is manufactured by tbe most skillful and expert
I cnecd mechanics, at tbe retell rated lie mill;; toil
Anuory, Il'on, N. V. New Yorlc Office,
No. O fllatllson Hfjunrc, (Knrlt's Ballt!?
lug.) biiancu UKF1CHBI ~h."j Stntc at.,
Chicago, iii. j ajt) -Superior at., Cleveland,
Ohlo.t 181 Fourth St., Cincinnati, O.j 406
Main St., IInfrdlo,'N. Y.? 33? Washington
nt., Boston, Mass.f 810 ChcBtnnt si.,
Philadelphia, Pst.f lO Sixth nt., Pitts
i btirpii, I n.
Mfliy*fiend,35 cents and tbe address of five Per
s? 11 I] son* and receive by mall a Beautiful Chro
mo, sis j 7x0?worth il.60?and full Instruc
tions to clear S20 a Uaj. Address,
" i.umii it Co.. 103 South ath St., Fblla.. Pa.
_ i.UHltarj-Academy, ( h"-.lcr.
_ Pa. ? pens Wednesday, H*pt. Uih Co'ur'O cf
otudles exieuslvc Glvll aun Mechanical Knulneer
log. - '1 he Classics and English thoroughly taught,
i- or circulars apply to Col Theo. Hyatt, President.
A DVERTISERS! Am. Newspaper Union rMiro;
nts over 1.600 papers, divided into 7 subdivis
ion*, bend 3-cetu stamp fur Map slum lug location
of pap.ra. with combined and separate lists, giv
lug CMt'matn? for cost of advertising. Address, 8.
P. HaNBORN, 114 31 on roe street, Chicago, III.
Acents *Wanted for ?
PROF. FOWLER S GREAT WORK
On Manhood, Wnmunhood und their Mutual in
ter-hcliulons; Love, its u?s, Power, etc .'Agents
arc selling trout 15 io*3B coplesaday. 8end fir
npeclmt n pages an terms to A ents. and see why
U . ella faster than any ottu r booK. Address, NA
TIONAL t-UBLlSUiNO CO., Memphis, '1 eon., or
DAVGHTBaS t'OLhiCGK, Harrod^urg, Ky.
lSlli Session bcsins September 'AO, 1874.
All branches laugh* thoroughly and practically.
No public exhibitions allowed. All Natural
sciences taught experimentally or by observation
Ladles specially truined In Normal or Teacher
department without extra charge. AClrgrnph ar.d
Taxidermy taught. Music, Languages and Faint
ing at moderate prices. Rooms well furnished.
Classes limited and select. For new- catalogue ad
dress V. K. .t JN?. AIM. WILLIAMS.
AOENTjYou Can Make $150
per month ,>??,-illni: our new MA 1/9, PIC
i UhES, CU HOMOS, etc. bend lor our
1671 Catalogue* and see What WO idler.
j - um! I enptin! needed. Large profits.
E. C. BBIDOMAN,
5 Rare ay. street, N. V.
miVENTY'NINTU ACADEMIC YEAR WILL
X begin fibrt Monday in.Uki'tembkk 1K74.
For hnoruiuilon udiiressi I
Col. ROB' P .?. ALLEN, Snp't K. M. I.,
Farnn.Me P. O., Franklin county. Kentucky.
?T OOATION HKALTHV: BJARD CHEAP;
J J Kndi u incut. $'4U0,OO0,
?i?-H?.nn for a Catalogue. "WW
Address. LESLIE WAUUKNE.l, Chairman or
(A BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES:),
SPKriALTIKSt English. Math-malic*, all'
(Sciences, Latin, Oreek,-French, German; In
strumental and Vocal Music, I rawing, 1'alntlng
Need -, Hair, Wax mil Frost Work.
Kali Session begins i-dist MondtY in Sep
tember. 1X74. Ilntes rcnsonubte-arivalitace*
?te-*or particulars address the Principal, Mrs
N. LAWRENCE LINDrtr.EY. Lebanon, Tenn
RICH FARMlfG l?HS
Iii NEIIRA-K A,
NOW FOR SALEJERY CHEAP.
Ten Tenrs Credit, Interest Only Six Per Cent
Send for "The Pioneer,'"
A hand-ton-o Illustrated paper, coutnlnlng the
Homkj-tkad Law. A NEW NU ?BER Just puh
ItibCd. Mailed free to all pari? of the wqi Id. Ad
dress O. K. DAVIS, i.aud Caniailsstoner U. f.
R. It.. OMAltA, NKIIH\?KA.
-I .%f i. J
A Household! without Tmiiunth HKi/rzra
A i'kkihnt w)Unn reach, mcky an Iniporlant safe
I guard <ot .health nnl I-re. ?-V few doses of this
stnndanl remeily fur Indlitestlnn, ron> llpatlon and
blllouin.??s, reliHveevery dl>trns*<liig hympiom ami
prevent dangerous t-oustKiUCnc^s. For sale by the
entire drug tiade.
Businoas College, and
(B. A 8.) Business College,
and Telograph Institute.
,.Asit VH,!.r,, i r;NN. ? '
Of i*^^**.ulli i.Dil; (o-,i. .\
ni-ii iniHiiitsi iraln ng. Urtica to suit Ith?
8IT?ATI0NS GUARANTEED Mktth
or half tlir> tuition rerun el Kot part"-nlar. ad
dress the Prlii li>a>.'I'liO.UAN *r?NKV, Lei.n
nou, Tvuu?wr U3 Church street, N'u>nviiie;Toun.
Dr. J. Walker's California Vin
egar Bitters ?rrfa*.'purely Vegetable
preparation, made, cbiefiy from the na
tive herbs, found pn tho.Jowcr ranges of
:ho Sierra Kovadamnuntainspf Califor
itta, tllo medicinal pr?poHfeK '?T wbich
?fro oxtrActed tbofe'fronl lvllnttttthcr nso
">f Alcohol. Tho question i?-'almosfc
daily asked, Wbat is tbo causo of tho
unparalleled success; of.,$i3tm?piBrr>
TKRsf". Our. answer ja, that thoy rcmovo
the causo of disease, and the tmlenrro
covers his hwdth.^TnWra?6 the groat
bloodp?riflot afid ft flfo-gtvingprhiciplo,
a perfect Keuovator and Invigorator
of tho system. Never ,before in the
hl8tory"of ^tho World htfa a medlchte been,
'ntr tho rcmitrkolilo
ItTTKrcs.ir, hci.liug tho
man is ncir Ui. They
aro a gentle* Purgative as well as a Tont
relieving Congestion, or. Iulhjmmalvm
the Liver aiia Yisccrifl ^CrganftViti^BiliQus
Diseases.' Mi? M&V hWfe- ?
The properties 'ql VR.^cwAbxs^a
Vinkoar jBittkrs nro Aperient, Diaphoretic,
Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, JJiaretii?
.Sedative, Counter-irritant; Sudorific,^Itetr
live and Anti-Bilious. ??;,[??
/ n. iiv McooxAiiri'.A? co;r
Druggista nnd Oon. Acts.. San Francisco. California,
lud cor. of Wiishinirtun and Cliarlton Rta.. N. Y.
.| Sola by *?M/Prar^*s^ol?^lsDtiaicrs.
?i ? ? cures ??? :v j.? 1
i Dropsy, Diabetes, Gravel, Dys
pepsia, Constipation, ?Tai mclico,
'?' ,T- Brieht?s'Disease,
,v.'f .... 'i }? - ;>[. ?
And all diseases of tbo-liver and kidneys. This
water Is now known android as a remedy for tbo
above diseases, in ail parts of tbe world. It la
truly wonderful wbat effect it has upon tb$ human
system. It Is now being shipped at the following
prices: ._ , ., ?
Parrel. 40 gal., $12; half do., 47; demijohns and
Jugs accents per gal., package extra; bottles (qts.)
c-'.n) per dor.. Money mnst accompany tbe order,
except to our regular authorised agent. Inquire of
your druggist fbr-WaUWniha Mineral ltock Hpring
Water. Address, O. O. Oi.in A Co., Waukesha.
Wla., for Ordern for the water or for circulars.
Letter From Judge Jfiram Barber'''
. * , ? natu cox. WIs., July 7, 18N.
Mr. C. O. Oliw, waukesha, w Is.:?JfearSir: In
closed please Und ?1.25 for live gallons.pf?llneral
Rock hpring Water?can sent to-day by express.
i am mucn pleased with tho result* from the nso
of yonrMprlng watet, 1 have med for the last two
years other waters, but have never received from
the use of others as decided rtsnlis as irora tho uso
of ih.it j mi sent me. it may be owing to other
crusts operating at the same time, which has aided
In the favorable results from tho nso or yours; still
I am not ?w?re of any. as my habit* havQbcen tho
same, making use oi no drugs or other medical
treatment. Yours, , H. BARBElt.
Kan Claim, July r>. J874.
C O. Olin- A Cb.:?RenU: This is to certify that
I have used the ?Vankcaha Mineral Rock, t-prlng
results. I was vej v bad with the klduey and liver
Water for the last six or clgh. months, with
disease, and this water has helped me wonderfully.
In both of tbe dlse?eea. My digestion has also
greatly Improved, and now I feel this water has
been a great beuent In more ways than ouo If I
cuntlmie to uso tbe walev, i am confident that It
will effect a permanent cure. The otore ship mo
to this city another half ba- rot of tee water nt once.
i > CUA-RLE* J, BMITAT.
Manhattan, Kansas.' Jultf'fl, htt!4.
C. C. Olin A Co.:?This Is to certify that I have
been troubled with kidney, bladder, and urlnnry
complaints, bordiring on u Brlght's disease, for a
number of years. For tho last two years'I have
sutlercd mucn: the doctors co. hi do me no lasting
good. All the time there was quantities oi albumen
n my ut ine. 1 had ceen a notice in th ? pnper of
Waukeaha Water. - Last February I thought I
would try the Water, ami sent to e-t. LouU and got
li vc valion*, aud while I was drlnklngitl received
four gallons from a friend m Illinois In a few
days I received a circular which told me that the
water that was sent uio from Illinois .was from
Mineral a. c-u spring's. Blnce then 1 have ordeicd
two (i.irrels and received It, and am making freo
um' of It.
By ihq use of the water my health is better than
it has been for years. My wife' thinks the water
the greatest boon that 1 ever received. It h?s Its
deslrcd^ind'deslgued effect.1 I think nftcr using It a
.ew mon hs more. 1 cha-i be all right.,
-Now, sir. I am noschoiar, aud it you can chsnno
the style ot my writing without destroying. Its
meaning, you are at liberty to do it . .'
are tu> most beautiful In style and perfect in
tone ever matte. 77m Concerto ?top Im the.
beat ever placed tu any orsnn. Jt U pro
dueai bv an ettra act of ree<ta\ rpefiftitarly
voiced, the ? Afoot of irhieh is most ? limmintr
and aonl?atlrrtiAB, vhile i/.i Imitation cf the
numan voice 1? superb. Term* liberal.
WATERS'. Pmlharroonio, Ves
per Ar. Orohe?tr;il ORGANS
Oi unique Kreb.cn cases, arenmonp the. t>c%t
made, and combine purity of voicing with
great volume of tone. Suitable for parlor,
rharchcrmndohall >^ . /i. rv
WATERS' New Scale PIAN08
hai-e great power ami a fine ?tiigfoff tdne,
u-ith all modern Improvementc, onit a e. the
b?at pianos ttTCtte.^Tnese organn and pi
anos are ivarntutcd/nr 0 ?cur?, i'rlcts ex
ticmely low/orcaih, or part casli <tnr< bal
nure In uionthly or quarterly payments,
tircoad-hnmi InStrunteikta tnlun in *x
onanKe. Agents wanted in every county
In th* ? S, nu?i t nuotla. A. liberaldtacount
to Teaeher?. Ministers, Churehea. School*, Lo<ta<**,
etc. lL.l,UtsTKATiU> CATAI.OQU&i pallid.
HORACE WATKRS A HON.
4SI Broadway^ N. Y. , 4?. O. Ilox a507.
agnlfylnn power, u^eil ior'"tifct?H;iIng
iHiumerf It money, shoddy In cloth, foreign sub
?tatidei) In the eye, in wound*,etc .and t.-examine
Inso -t*, flowers and plants; to rtelec flaws in met
als, finei.ess of wood-grain*, to decipher writing
otherwise illegible; and forthe (nspcctibn ofgraln.
niluerap, .etc. I'seful ftir ? evvrvbody. jpenble
oiivi-jt i ens, 14 Inches In d ameter Mounted to
leather, and carr e t In tho ve t pocket. Brjce w)
oral*, two fo-f, nee br niatl. Agents wanted,
iliu-iiratf d circulars and terms freo. Address M.
' . BVRN, P. O. Box ??.??01. Noa- York. I'fflce, No.
19 Naxsnti sire t. Htato where you saw this.,
AGSjTmTS 'WANTBD for tho non book.
Atlfi'iKtpedtAetlo MornMinlin. er iif?. T. if U.fct'ohon??.
ot Rait t.?.c City. With an ImtoDocnoit bj IIA It It I KT FIKKUU
IRRTOWK. I? retuiml TKt ?At ?(017 (if " Fi tr t A.-.K- \\ 11
No. IV."toUf m roil bt aauif. CompHto In drtill. JelloMS
In tijlr, "?transtr Uftn Octton. more tbrllllac thwi reman:*.' It!
N t?? oniT ointjiKi aoav upon \h? auhjrct ivtji wkimn sv A
?laUoaniwonu. O ACTION. All o'.ht-r Win profr-Mln* '?>
he wrllfa br Hormon ?ronitn am twrmntcna Kali particular.,
uioia. ?to., r as. qusKM city ruBLisunta co., ctociuDui.o
MnWKY JJ?.- >'.r."i<!0 >" "'?'Uni ? T|0ak at 1M
IflUnCl POK PICKS' I'HirfKSo-* getting tin clubs
In towns aqd, country, fo- the oldeu Tea Company
In Amo'lca. (tr.awHi indtiosuieni*. ^ndtorclr
cular. CANT N THA C? , Iis Chambers H. N. V.
AOKN1S WANTED?Men or woroen. ?3? a
WeeK or |im rbrMted. The teeret fre*. Write
at once to CuWKN A CO.. Vi; i?rwl. ^?W'York.
^--?? ' .1.1?t-_L_1_ ^71 .rll
ITT II KN wrltliig .10 adveruatr? plrhAo- nioptlon
Wthe name of this paper. No. SI. h. nTu.
Dr. TUTt'S HAIR DYE
roe owes qualities that nb other dyo doen. tta ef
fect Is Instantaneous and it is so natorAl that It
cannot be detected. It Is harmless and eaitiy ap
plied, and la In gonoral use amongJthe fashlonahlo
lialr.inxsM>rsla every_lar?f elty. Yrlce jl.ofta box.
yold every where. o?Bce.II Murray St., Now Vork.
II?'.?a ?jiWti'.j -.?.? ? . ?<
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