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FACTS AM COMMEXTS.
Tho "roastbeef of Knglund" eviilunt
ly belics its nnmo. "Wlth 12.000 hciul of
livo cnttlo yearly, 2,000 qtmrtcrs
weekly froin Cliiciigo, aiul 1,000 eur
cassea wcckly froin ono ilrm in Xcw
York going to tho Lniulon and Liver
)ool niarkuts, it is platn that tlic roast
beof of Ainericsils comingto thofront
on Engllsh dinner tablc3.
General Low "Wallace, United States
minister to Turkcy, acceptcd a coin
mtsslon attho closo of tho civil war in
tho republican nrmy of Mcxico, wlth a
view to organlzlng a legion of Anieri
can feoldicrs to aid In drivlng out tho
Einperor Maximilian. Thelegion was
not ralsed, but AVall.ico rendcrod
clllcient scrvico, for which ho got no
iay, becausc tho Mcxfcan treasury was
drained. Ilis claim for pay, howover,
lias beeh pushcd, and ho lias reccntly
received 15,000 in gold in full of ac
count. " Illitcracy, as shown by tho ccnsus
of 1880," was tho subject of a recimt
address by Mr. .Tohn Eaton, United
States commissioncr of cducation, in
tho hall of tho Union Lcaguo club in
New York. IIo said that in 1880
therc wero 7,000,000 whito porsons and
U.000,000 colored porsons in tho United
States who could not write. Ho
thought that it behooved tho nation
to bccomo tho patron for cducating
tho 5,700,000 children wlio do not nt
tend school. It would tako $1,100,
000 and 80,000 teachers to start tho
According to Profcssor Sargent, of
Ilarvard collcge, !Michigan and Wis
consin will somo day ilnd rivals in
ilassachusetts and other Xow England
States in tho production of white pinc,
which is a second growth in thoso
States. Tho product sawed in Massa
clmsetts in 1880 was worth $1,000,000.
Vermont and New Ilampshiro pfo
dnced 100,000,000 feet, and Maino as
much more. This, of coursc, to a Mich
igan or AVisconsinlumberman of to-day,
is a trifling affair, but in tho futuro,
when tho j)ino resources of that region
are exhausted.it niay seem quito import
nnt. An appeal in belialf of tho starving
goats of Michigan may bo looked for
sliortly. A Detroit inan hiis built a
furnaco in which refuso tinewaro, such
as oyster cans, fruit cans, etc, may be
treated in sucli a nianner that tho
solder is restored to coimnorce and tho
sheets of tin, being rerolled, are avail
able for binding tho edges of wood
trunks. Froin Hvo hundrudpounds of
old cans ho ohtains about thirty-llve
pounds. of lead and solder, and from
old boilers, pails and other tin dishes a
considerablo ainotint of wiro and other
iron, all of which can bo sold at a fair
Vermont is said to produco more
marble than any other Stato in the
Union or than any country oxcept
this. Tho busmess lias cxpanded with
niarvclous rapidity sinco 1870, when
eomparatively Jittlo vermont marluo
was to be Jound i.i tho market. Tho
aggregato amoiint of tho Stato's pro
duction tho present vear is 1,000,000
cubic feet, valued at over $2,000,000.
Tho nuinber of men employod in tho
quarries and niills cxceeds 2,300, and
it required 10,000 cars to carrv the
jnarl)lo away. Nearly $1,000,000 was
iaid for tho labor of workingmen by
the quarry owners.
A sorrowfulstorycoinesfrom Louis-
ville, Ky. Tho wifo of tho late Chief
lustico ilardin, of Kentuckv, has becn
found living on tho fourtli lloor of a
tiiinblo-aown rookcryin absoluto want.
Iler only companion is hcr scven-year-old
daughtcr, the rest of her family of
llvo children beinr. scattercd throiich
tho world, tho whereabouts of two of
the children being unknown to tho
niother. Mrs. Ilardin lives in ono
room, and when found by tho reporter
was without flro or food. The poor
woinan has been struggling for years
to keep lierscu ana little clnld froin
starving to death, and has barely suc-
In the natural courso of evenls tho
eleven general olllcurs will rctiro from
activo servicO asfollows: General Sher
man, February 8, 1884; Lieutenant
Gencral Sheridan, June, 1804; Major
General Hancock, March, 1888; Major
General Schofield. Xovember, 1895;
llajor-General Pope. July, 1880; Uriga-nier-Gcneral
Iloward, June, 1895 ;
Urigadior-General Terry, 1892; llriga-lier-General
Augcr, August, 1885 :
Hrigadier-Gcneral t'rook, July, 1893;
Urigadier-General Miles, July, 1895 ;
Urigadier-GcniTal Mackenzie, August,
1894. This will provo interesting to
tho annyas tho records of tho ages of
olllcers are guarded as sacredly at the
war department as if they wero jowels.
Among tho various uses to which
electricity inay bo put thero is ono
of a very practicalnature, which prom
ises to offect a grcat saving of jirop
erty and lifo. It consists of an ar
rangcment for tho immediate stoppage
of a steam engino by merely prcsslng
:i button siinilar to thoso by which
electric bells orllrealannsaresoundwl.
TJiis button may bo placed at any dis
tanco from tho engino upon which it
acts; and Mr. Tate, tho inventor, pro
poses that a nuinber of such buttons
should bo dispcrscd throughout tlio
factory or elsowhere whero tho apjia
ratus is in use. In factorlcs accidcnts
occur almost daily through tho impos
nibility of stopping machinery on tho
instant. Such accidents will bo rcad
ily avoided by this inethod of Instanta
ncously stopping tho engino from any
part of tho building in which it works.
Tho principlo of tho contrivanco de
pends on tho action of an elcctrc-mag-net
upon the siop valvo of the engine.
Tho writer who fumishes tho St.
Louls Olobe-Democrat wlth sketches of
notcd peoplo residcnt on tho l'acillc
coast, says of Senator .Toncs: Tho
unltickiest inan on tho l'acillc fdopo,
in point of wealtli, is Senator Jones,
of Xovada. Tliero has perhaps novcr
been so vast a fortuno so qulckly
scattered as that of Jones. In spito
of popular bellef, Senator Jones to
day is poor, eomparatively speaking.
AVhen ho was clected to tho Senato in
1873 ho was worth at least $10,000,000.
To-day ho is not worth $50,000 abovo
his dobts, and his congressional salary
is no longer despised as a sourcc of in
coino. It would bo liard to tell whero
Jones' fortuno has gone, or more cor
rectly speaking, liard to tcll whero it
hasn t gone. ifo man over sunk so
much money in chimerical schcmes,
invcsted so much in bogus f riendships.
or becamo so easy a prey to financial
sharks 113 Jones. IIo sunk $2,000,
000 hard money in niines
in Pauamint, California, which
never yielded a dollar. IIo sunk
another millton in tho Suinner mlno in
Southern California. IIo built a rail
road in Southern California twelvo
mlles long, and it cost cnough to liavo
had evcry tio of mahogany and every
rail of silver. The Central l'acinc
nfterwnrd bought it for about $1,000
a mile. IIo bought every ranch evcr
offered liim indecd, ho bought ono in
Jfevatla which has never been located
to this day. Jones' agents could novcr
flnd it. IIo started ah icc factory in
New Orleans. IIo never saw the fac
tory, and never but onco or twico tho
inan who got him into it. IIo opened
the St. Jamcs hotel in New York, and
of courso it ncvcr paid. Tho last
cruel wipo that fato had in storo for
Jones was tho "Siorra Novada deal,"
as Californians call it, of four years
ago. On a mere prospect tho stock
was jumped froin $3 a share to $275.
Jones got in at about 200, on tho
drop. The stock is sclling now for
less than $5 a share. Tho Uank of
Novada is believed to bo carrying
Jones' stock for him yet.
THE SONUS OF THE DAY.
IlnllncM llmt llrrnino I'opulnr IInoriiiniiB
;llti(in ofSlliiliIn .lleladli-M llmt C'ntrll
tliit l'nhllr. KarI'rollla of Autlmra nnI
"What constitutes a popular song?"
wasasked by a Star reporter of a New
York music dealer.
"I can answer your qucstion best by
tclling you a little story. Some years
ago, wlien Rollin Iloward composed a
song and dance, ho took his produc
tion, of which ho felt very proud, to
Fond &, Co., and olfered to sell it to
thein. They looked it over and rc
turned it with tho remark: 'We do
not publish any such stulf as that.'
Mr. Iloward pocketed his discoinflturc
in silenco and sadly wended his way
homoward. A short tiino aftcr this
Iloward went to IJoston, wherehe was
engaged to sing in a minstrel company.
Ono night Mr. 0, A. Vhite, tho com
jioser and pulilisher, hcard Ilow
ard, and offered to publish
his discarded song. This is how 'Shoo
Fly, Don't Hodder Me' camo to seo the
light. It soon hcoimc populiir all over
the land. Tho publisher sold over
200,000 copies, and with tho profits
establishcd tho well-known IJo.ston
llrm of 'White, Smitli & Co. A song is
popular when it catches the public
fancy, and tho best songs seldom bo
" I low do you account for this ?"
"AVell, th'e)opiilar mind is not edu
cated enough for them. Manj persons
bavo what they call an ear for music,
buthavenoknowledgo of music. They
bavo no special training in order to ap
preciate tho general beauties of n lirst
class song, or the line, delicate shades of
expression that are the verysoul of tho
piece. Tho ballad, or comic ditty, is
about tho extont of popular apprecia
tion. In thcso you will flnd a siniple
melodic expression, such as Wait Till
tho Clouds Itoll by, Jenny,' and 4 Totnmy
Dodd.' There is no effort of tho mind
to glide, as it were, through thesc."
" Tell mo soihe of tho popular
" Just now, 'AVait Till the Clouds
Itoll Uy, Jenny;' by II. J. Fulmer, has
captured the popular fancy, and will
continue to sell for some time. Closo
on tho heels of this pieco comos an an
swer to it Tho Clouds aro Itolling
By, Jenny,' by Maylath, a mucli su
perior song in every way and likely to
bo as popular Then wo bavo 'Intho
Morning by tho Uricht Light,' by
James A. Uland, tho colored song
writer, and tho best of his kind. All
his pieccs havo becomo popular, and
int'liulo ' Keep dcm Gates Wido Open,'
"Won't "W'o llavo a Jolly Timo?' ' Oh,
dem Golden Slippers ' and Do Angels
am a-Coming.' In the popular list is
' When tho Leaves IJegin to Turn,' by
C. A. AVhite, of Boston. It is a beau
titul waltz song: Thero is a fund of
tho popular songs sung by Harrigan
and Ilart. I need only mention
Uabies in Our IJloclc,' ' Tho Skids Aro
Out To-day,' ' Whlst, tho Uogio Man,'
'Little Widow Dunn, 'Novcr Tako
tho Ilorseshoo from tho Door.'
"Intrado wo call a song popular
when it reaches a salo of 10,000 copies.
Many editions only reacli 5,000, and
sojno do not run beyood 500 copies.
Thero may not appear to bo any valuo
to a song until it goes boforo tho pub
lic. If they catch on, then the valuo
of tho song is assured. Many good
pieccs real gems of song havo been
published by l'ond, which do not go
beyond his studio. Among this class
is a Hveet thing called: 'Sav Not,
My Lovo Will Chango with "Time
written by Albcrt ltowse. When
Harrigan & Ilart sold tho 'Mulligan
Guards' for $50 thoy did not oxpect
that it would lnarch to tho tuno of
100,000 copies. Tho Hildebrandt
Montroso song they sold for $25, and
tho publisheis workcd off 200,000
"Who are tho leading composers?"
" You mean of this clas3 of music?
AVell, many of our most popular songs
havo been wrlttcn by authors on tho
other sldo of tho water. Our homo
naines aro Ilarrlson Mlllard, Will S.
Hays, S. C. Foster, J. It. Thomas, II.
P. Danks, Hcnrv Tucker, W. II. Urock
way, C. A. White, J. T. Ordway, E.
Itoot, J. A. Uland, G. Operti, llarry
Uirch, B. F. Bakcr and others. Theso
mon do not all writo their own words
most of them buy tho poem. Thero
aro fow good song-poets, tho best, per
haps, being Mr. Georgo Cooper. Ilis
reinuneration is poor, bclng from $5
to $10 for a song outright. Many of
thom possoss genulno merit. When
tho composers sell a song they rcceivo
from $50 to $100, and some
time3 $200; somo will only tako a com
mlssion on tho salcs and sccuro a
handsomo proflt should tho pieco
reach public favor. AVhen Danks
wroto "Silver Thrcads Among tho
Gold," ho sold it for forty dollars.
Aftcr it was published tho purchaser
Sold 400,000 copies, and tho pieco is
still sought for. Harrison Millard
mado money by wrlting music. AVhilo
holding a comfortablo posltion in tlic
custom-house ho managed to securo a
small fortuno by his muse. Ilis ' Ariva
l'Amcrica' broughthim $2,500, and his
song, ' AVlicn tho Tido Comes In.' has
been worth $1,000 a year. The song
'AVaiting' ds now looked upon as a
stock-selling piece, the imblishers dis
posing of G.000 copies a year, while his
Under tho Daisies' sells at the rate
of 7,000 copies. ' Mollio Darling has
had a salo of somcthing liko half a
"J. A. llarry composed 'Little
Footsteps and sold it for $5. Tho
publishers mado money and disposed of
75,000 copies. Hays' songs: 'Little
Old Cabin in the Lane,' 'AVo Fartedby
tho lliverside,' each had a salo of
100,000. Ordway's song, 'Drcaming
of Ilome, Mother,' reaclied a salo of
50,000 to 00,000. 'llow tho Gates
Camo Aiar,' by Eastburn, reached a
salo of "100,000. Brockway sold his
Littlu Swcetheart Come and Kiss Me,'
for $25, and the publishers run out an
edition r,f 25,000 copies. 'Tho Old
Folks at Ilome,' by Foster, reached tho
salo of 400,000 copies, and still con
tinucs to bo bought. ' Tho Sword of
Uunker Hil'l ' reached a sale of 100,000
copies, and tho famous tempcrance
song, ' Father Come Ilome,' written bv
AVork, has had a salo of 300,000
" IIow about tho English songs?"
"They aro readily sold In this coun
try. The famous London popular
song, ' Pull Down tho Ulind,' had
not becn introduced here a couple of
months, when 50,000 copies wero sold.
'Let Mo Dream Again,' by Arthur
Sullivan, has reached to 100,000 cop
ies, and is still a favorite. 'AVhat
Are the AVild AVaves Saying' has sold
tothe nuinber of 300,000 copies, while
' Champagno Charley,' ' Good-bvc,
Oharlie.' 'AVon't You Tell Mo AVhy,
ltobin?' 'Fivo O'clock in tho Morning,'
and somo others have had very largo
AVashinglon hi 1843.
Ex-Congressman AVe,ntvorth, of
Chicago, in somo interesting reminis
cences of lifo in AVasliington forty
years ago, says: AVasliington was, in
1843, the greatest slavo mart in tho
United States. AVithin sight of tlio
capitol, not i'ar from tho lower gate,
and near, if not upon, tho land when!
the public garden now is, was a build
ing with a large yard around it, in
closed with a high fence. Thither
slaves wero brouglitfrom all thoslave
holding region, liko cattlo to the
Chicago stock yards, and locked up
until sold. Thero wero regular auction
days for those not disj)osed of at
privato sale. The Chicago flro de
stroyed a hard cracker which I had
preserved as a sjiecimen by which pur
chasers tested tho age of slaves. And
to this day, if thero is anything
that the averago Southern negro
does not know, it is his own ago.
Tho slaves wero placed upon a block
and when a question rose as to age,
tho auctioneer requestcd them to bite
from a cracker, wliieli all nlavo auc
tioneers keep for such occasions. The
theory was that whilo a slavo could
masticate well ho could work. Nearly
all tho labor of AVasliington was per
formed by slaves, many of whom were
hired from tho, neighboring States.
Tho slaves were expccted to collect
their wages monthly; and tako them
homo on somo Saturday night. Ono
morning I missed my boots, and when
1 went f6rtho bootblack, ho was miss
ing also. After a fow days I saw a
procession of captured slaves, who had
sought their liberty in a Potomae
schooner, chained two-and-two, con
ducted loward tho slave-pen; and there
1 noticed my bootblack trudging
along in my boots. I had mado a suc
cessful canvass for Congress in thoso
boots, but they failed tho slavo in his
canvass for freedom. Ho was sold for
tho Southern market, as was custoiu
ary with captured fugitives, and my
boots went with him. Uut whethe'r
thoy wero worn out by him upon
somo sugar, rico or cotton jilantation,
or by his now master, it was useless
for mo to inquirc.
Many strango storiesaro toldof how
cats and dogs, taken a long distanco
from home, havo found their way
back. This ono is all tho moro singu
lar becauso tho little dog found a place
to which ho had never been at all. A
man living in a Maino villago got
rcady to movo to another villago somo
thirty miles away. Tho household
goods and tho family, together with
all tho pets except ono littlo dog, wero
transported by water to tho now plaeo
of residence. The littlo dog was for
gotten, and to" overybody's surpriso
mado his way to his master's now
homo tho very next day. As tho dog
could not follow tho trall of tho boat
tho wonder is by what ineans ho mado
"Blocd will tell," so bo careful how
you mako conlldants of your relutlons.
A Yokahama ( Japan) lottcr to tho
Philadelphla 1're.in says : Tho con
struction of tho liouses admits of but
partial privucy. Thin papcr jiar
titions, which slido past ono another,
ato not much Impedimenttotho trans
mission of sound, and at night tho
shadowa mado by tho lights in tho dif
ferent apartments givo very cortcct
indications of what is going on. Lifo
in a Japaneso hotel is a rovelation of
carelessness ono would havo to travcl
far to dupllcato. Tho construction of
tho houso is responsiblo for much of
this, for every occupied room is en
terrd from a corridor open to tho sun
light and general use, thosliding papcr
screcns when in position iulmitting all
tho light that groundglass would give.
Tho occupants aro servcd witli their
meats in their rooms, each person or
dcring as ho dcsircs at any moment
during tho day or cvening. An order
given for a meal to bo servcd is fllled
immcdiately. A clap of tho
summons a servant to attend
and that without dclny.
matted lloor is tlio so'fa
loungo to sit upon,
being provlded a cotton or
quilted cushion for tho use of each
person. During tho day it is very raro
to flnd tho screcns closed at tho front
of any room occupied by visitors. Tho
interior of every apartment is as open
to tho inspection of every ono in tho
houso as it is to tho uses of tho oc
cupant. Tho conversation is tlio prop
crty of neighborsas well, unlcss carried
on in a very low tone. At night the
bedding arrangements aro propared
when required. A nuinber of thick
qullts, piled ono upon another, com
pleto tho outlit, with a rest for the
head. A light is placed in tho room
that is supposed to bum all night. It
isa small taper, placed in a vcsscl con
taining a vegetable oil that is put in
sido of a squaro lantern, mado of
paper, and standing somo threo feet
The preparation of food at thohotels
is a process that can bo witnessed by
tho guests, as tho kitchen and cooking
facilities aro placed in open view of
all. Kitchen, storeroom, pantry and
the general ollico of tho ostablishment
generally occupy the most conspicuous
room on the premises. Tho cooking is
done on portablo furnaces and over
charcoal flres. Thero aro no chimneys
needed or used. Fish aro usually kcpt
in a rcservoir and killed as they aro
neecieu. x resii vegetaules aro kept
umier tricKiing water, and in all well
conductcd jilaces there is a scrupulous
ncatness manifestin all the culinarv ar
rangements. Every one, guestorotlior-
enier mo estaonsnment. Tliere areno
creaking noises or trampings hcard to
lrruaie uio nervous, aim corns never
trouble whilo one is in a Japaneso ho
tel. Tho mats upon tho lloor are
as yielding to tho tread as tho most
luxunous carpcts ever made. Mos-
quitoes are guarded against by large
nets attached to the ceiling of the
room and reaching to tho lloor, being
ncany as largo as tno room. When
this net is in position for tho night,
if it is in perfect condition, the
niosqmto is lft out in the cold. lle
may hing his song, but ho cannot bite.
Clilcasro's First Cltizon.
Tho Chicago Tribttne, in closing an
claborato articlo on Hon. Carter II.
Harrison, Mayor of that city, gives the
following as Mr. Harrison's opinion of
St. Jacobs Oil : " AVhen I flrst found
niyself suffcring from therheumatism,
my leading thought naturally was to
call a physician, but my neighbors all
adviscd me to try St. Jacols Oil, the
Great German Bemcdy. I procured
some of it immediately, and found it
excellent for that ailm'cnt."
A Philadelphia paper says thata stu
dent of tho Ilahnemann collegl has
had a medicine caso mado of skin taken
from a colored "subject" at tho dissect
ing table. It was tanned and dressed
at a morocco establishment and resom
bles a llne piece of morocco.
Tho only natoralhalr renewerlsCarbollne,
uoodorized oitract of petrolenm, prepnred
without distillatlon, coutaining no minenil
or other poisons, doliBhtfully porfumed and
as cloar and puro na gpring water.
Hood'sSarsapnrillaismado of roota, herbs
and barks. It gives tono to tho stomach ;
makos the weak strong. Sold by Dracuists.
Walkino mado ea?y with Lyon'sIIeol Stift
ecora; they keep your booto and bIiocb Btrainh t.
THAT I1USI1AM) OF AIINK
Is tlireo tiiiH'.s thu man liu wua boforo ho be
gan using Wells' Honlthlicnower. $1.
Don't Dib in the IIoubk. "Ilough on Hats."
Cloara out rate, mice, roaehee, bed-bugs. lCo.
It is estimatod that tho nnmbor of peoplo
who aro obliged t4 work nightB in Now York
mjirder to keep tho city going is fully 100,-
Hu met bucccm at home nerer acconlod to anj other
proprieUrr meiliclnQ. It has Bucceaafull eombatetl the
atrou st compeUtioc, and bj its anperior merit to-day
ooinmanda the larceat aate and the greataat eonfldeaoe
wbereTer It haa been Introduced.
The remarkable reaulta la diaease eo onlTenal, and
with auoh a Tariety of eharacterlatlca aa eatarrb, prore
how eHectaall Uood'a Sanaparilla, aoUna throuih the
blood, reach ererjr part of the human system.
' I am under great obllf atlons to you for the benefit I
have reoeifed by tatinjr only three bottloa of your ralu.
able SaraaparilLa. HaTing been a aufferer from catarrh
for alz or elght yearm, and harins tried nearly all the
wonderful curea, ture curee, tnhaleri. eto., and apeod
log nearly a hundred dollara without beneflt, I aoci.
dentally tried Uood'a Sanaparilla; the dlecharge from
my nose was greatly Increaaed. the first bottle I took,
then It gTadually became less, and In taking lias than
three bottles I flnd m)self so greatly Improred that I
write to Iot you know the facta. Ithinkoneor two
bottles more will make n cure that I would gladlj hare
giren a hundred dollars for. Let the sulterers of New
i:uglud know that Uood'a Sanaparilla will cure
catarrh." M. A. Audii, Worcealer, Maaa.
Sold by DruggUti. liSlifor$5. Made only by C.
I. IKIOO k CO., Apothocarie. Lowell, Maas.
Many famllles Cpride themselres on their noble
ancestry; but here. hl this deraocratlo oountqr, we do
not care ao much about our pedlgree aa our health;
When the blood is out of order, diaease maaifests
Itaelt in the skin and flesh. To be restored to health
take ScoTill's Sanaparilla or Blood and Lli.r Hjrup.
rhyslclans speak of It In the hlghest terms. Dr. Et.
erett, Cooper rialns, Steuben eounty, New York,
mentiens two eaaes of Sorofula and Eryslpelas In
whlcb BeoTtlri Baraaparilla or Blood aud Lifer 8yrup
eBected a eura, aad aai: "I thlnk It one of the beat
purit.rs of the day. It haa met wlth perfaot meceas la
Ittj oaae wbera 1 hars saed It,"
Fon DTSPErsiA, iNDiaEsnoif, doprcsslon of
ppirita and general dcbillty, In their various
forms; also os a preventivo ngainst fovor and
agco and other intcrmittcnt fovers, tho "Fer-ro-l'liosplipratod
Elixir of Onllsayn," mado
by Caswell, Ilazard & Co., Now York, and
pold by all DruggistR, Is tho best tonicj and
for paticnts rccovoring from fovor or other
sickuoES it has no cgual.
THE GREAT GERMAN
Itellevcs nnd currs
BGADACBE, T00T11 ACDE,
Soreneis, Cult, Drulsei,
FIFTY CENT3 A BOTTLE.
pcitlort. Dlri'Ctlunii ln 11
The Charles A. Vogeter Co.
UM.IHN to A. VOUII.I R k CO.)
Ulltlia.rr, Hd.. t'.X. A,
sUmtna. TiUl ener
C7 the llf e-pnnciple,
or whateter yoa msr
choofle to ciill the r
isUnt power whtch
battlei arainsl th
causesof dlaeaM and
deatb, la the grand
aafeguard of health,
It ls tho carrison of
tho hnraau fortreBrt.
and when it waxea
weak, the true policy
la to throw in rein
forcements. In other
words, when auch aa
eommence a counw
of the Bitten. For
baI by DrujTRista
and Dealent, lowhom
applj for our Alina
FOR THREE MONTHS.
LtttV The new roluroe (minetAen) of Demor
HSTB ILI.UHTRATED MONTIILT Mxn.
AZIHE for 1881 is the bent and the cheast Family
Maffazlne published, printed on the finnnt tinted paper,
lizu Hi x lVH Inchea. The three nurabera now ready
of volume 19 weU? h 1M pounda and contalu 2lUpaireflof
large, clear print. new noTelettes, Wtories, liiogra
phlen, Poetrr, Trarels, and valuahle infonnation of the
day and for the household. In demand by uvery family.
144 Uluiitrat.'mfl, 6 Photo Plates and 4 Oil Pic
turos. W. JKNNUNOS Di;.MOUF.ST, Publisher,
17 lt Fourtee-ith Stroet, Now Vork. Slnjrle cop
ioe, Twenty Centa ; early aubsoription, Two Dul
lara. Iaunfaihne&nd lnfa11i
ble in curinff Epilepttc
Flts, Spasm, Conrul
alons, 6t. Vitus Dance,
inp, ScrofuU and alt
lS'erroua nnd Hlood Dts.
easos, To Clerffymen,
I.adies and all whoee
causes Nerroua Prostra.
lon, Irre.anlar.ties of
tl" blood, stomach,
bowela or Kidneys, or
who requlre a uerre
tonic, oppetircr or
TAN NKUVINK is in
proclaim lt the nioit
that ever austained the
sinkinff syatem. For
aale br all Ilnitrcrinf
TUE DR. H. A. niCII.IIOM) jnJDICAt. CO
Bule L'roprletorii, Ht Joscnli.JIo.
tJluha utlcrs tlH'furtitincA)isorinAtctnt;rfKUlar inonlhlj
profits froin lmctmcntauf tlOtotiuuuor more dcaltnclo
hacli membcr RCtstlie bfnetitor I'umbiiifd canltaloi tlic
Club. i:porta sent wcckly. Diridcnils pald uionthtr
Clubt3 raldsharetiul(lcrs back their money tn projlti fo
paat thrtf inunths, still lcavtnp orlplnal ainount maklng
money tn Club, or rcturnetl on tlcmand. fcharps, luoach.
Kxplanatory clirularieent rrcc l.clmbkcorrtspoi)c1euti
watited everywberc. Addnss It. E. Kknhall & Co.,
fXmi'u Mchu., 1T & K9 Lu Sallc St.. Oiiicaoo, 111.
jllut TtA dlffeTiflr from a) otbrt
uallia tbsrcDeraaEsa huktlii
wlih the ricr. Wiii. tlcbt
taTMiUr. t b I llaV&U U ba IA imuiI
fiyta3al(bt, aad a ra!lealcQrcruUa. itta njj, duaU
IM cUp. &4a by idaIU CtrCTtlm fna,
EGQUSTON TBUfiS CO. Chicago, lU
Ilrat In tlie wnrlil. f ict thr Bcnnlne. ISrrrr
inokniio linii imr trnilr-mark nnil U inarlieu
'razcr'H. hOl.H j;VHK VWIIliKi:.
For Two Dollars.
DemoresVs Illustrated Monthlu.
HoU hynll Ncwxlcnlem nnd PaettnaitBr,
or Ihe IMIlor orililx pnpcr 11I tokcj-ouriiiib-crlptlun.
.Scml tn enty ccnte for a spcclmrn
copy lo W. Jli.VMNCS DE.lIOItHST, Vub.
ll.Ucr, 17 1'nst 1 llli Strtet, New York.
Ihafe m poaltlTe renisdr for tbe a'oT dlaaase; by its
aundlng have ben curad, 1diI(, so ttrong ) mr falto
ln lts elficacy, Ihac I will sentl TWO BOTTLES PHEU. to
petherwlibivVALtlillLK TKEATlKKon lalf JUu,tO
any ufferur. G.veiprs an4 f. O. ad'lreti.
l)K T. X. bLOCUM. 111 Pentlbt., NQwTotk.
va iQootsnas 01 caais 01 ine wora. aina ana ci lc
COLIAHH ANDCUFFS: llandsome, Durable, W.trr
pnf, huiMjrior to Lweu, Paper or C'elluluid. Seut by
uail, Fur circular M-nd pmttal card tolloxVlS, Sew.
pTKaS DEiRD IUYIB
.,ittvap mi Hlf f, lA.UMUIUiJJUUAU.ylUt,tll.
Barkcr's Green Corn Cutting Machina
Uixxl In oter 200 cnrn ractories. Manufacturud ly
VULNLY 1IAHKEU. Portland. ile. 1'. O. lloi 633.
A (.old Wutcli Free. Korpar
ticuIaniaeDd Sc. Ktavmfi tvTstimai
Uburgh. UnioaUounty, Pa,
wriUTHX AULT11AN iTAVUJRCO.MainlitlJ.U.
AftrlltH 'nnlC(l ftr the llet Kbd raattntt-MlllllK
cent. Naiional l't'iiusiitKU Co., l'hiladeiphla, l'u.
VnllUR MCM Urou.want tolearn Telcgranlir in a
lUUnll Intn mnnlhaand beceruiuof aaitua
tion, addiraa Vulcntlno Ilros., Jancsfille Wis.
C-fi UOLUIAK I1UBINE8S COI.LKOE,
e Xi j Newark, S. J. Write fur Catalugue,
fOMW and Sportlns ll wt liat, with 25 Kuncs. fur
J. A. UllabUN, PauUboro, , S. J.
CORIS WHECE All tlSt TAIIS.
Usoia tinip. Hold bydruRKlsu.
LYDDA E. PBNKHAM'S
Ia n PoItivc f'nro
Fornll tho InlnrnlCompliitn.afinil Wrakneaaea
o conunon to our best fcmnlc populntlon,
A Mt'illclno for Wotrifin. InTrntcdby nAVomitn.
Prcparcd lir a Wora&n.
Tlie Grfttnt Mnlleal lll.tstrry Sltwellis Diwa of Itlstery
GTltroTlrcs tho drooplnj? eptrlts, inrlgoratca and
hn.nnonizcs tho orsanlo f ujictlons, clrej claatlcity and
Qrrancss to tho stcp, restores tho natural luatre to the
cyc, and pUnta on tho palo chcclc of woman tho f rc&h
rotcs of llfo's fpring and carly summcr tlm,
pyphysiclans Uso It anj Proscribo It Freety $L
It romores falntncsa. flatulcncy, destroys allcrarlnET
for stlmulanteftndrclisToi woaltneaaof tho stomach,
That foclln ofbcorlsg down, caujsinffpaln, wclht
and backaqhe, la ojways pcanently curod by its use.
For tlio care orittlilner Complalntsof clther scx
thla Compound le uaaurpassctL
ITDTA r. PlaVKIIAirS BLOOD PCU1TIEU
will eradfcato orcr vcstlgo of lluuiora from tha
Blood, and fflvo tone and ftrcnarth to the rjBtem, of
inan woman or child. Inslst on hatlnff lt,
Coth tho Compound and Blood PurlHcr aro prepnred
at 132 and 235 Wcatcrn Atcnuc, Ljnn. Mois. PrlcooC
clthcr, 5L Blx bottlca for $5. Scnt by xnail In the forrn
otpllla, or of lozcngoe, onrocclptof prlce, Slperbox
for olther. Un. Plnkham t rocly answora all lettert ot
lnqulry. Enclose Sct. ttamp. Bend for paxaphlct.
Ko family nhouM be without LTDIA B. riKKTlAM'S
LlVEU 1'ILLS. Tber cure constlpatlon. blliouaneBa,
andtorpiclltjof thelirer. 27 centa per box.
HAS DEEN P"ROVED
ThoCUREST CURE for
Voca a lame fcaclc or a dlaordcred ui-ir.o l-.dL
coto that you nro a vlctlm THZW BO KOT
lEalTATEl uso KHHTET-WOIIT ot once,
(drucelats recommcnd lt) anil lt will apecdlly
ovcrcomo tho Jiseaao and rcstcra healtliy actioa.
It la a UURIC CURE for all
DSSEASES of the LIVER.
It haa epeciflo action on thts most important
orffan, eoblLig lt to throw off torpldity and ln
action, sUiauliitta,i the hcalthy Bccretion of the
Bllc. and by kceplnff tho bowels Infrcocondl-
uon, cixccunc lta rcculAr disch.'irgc.
VM fllstrSs. If yu 0X0 B'iHeHnjj from
IWI CaiCJI CCla rnolaria, havo the chllU,
aro bilioufl, dyapcptic, cr conatipatcd, Kidney
V ort will snrcly raliovo and qulckly cure.
In tlie Sprlng, to clsanso tho Byatcm, overy
ono chould Uke a thorouch courso of it
I )Hl.G ror oomplalnta pccullarto
Laut4l,C79e yourrex, euch aa pain and
wcakncsacs, KIDNXTT-WOIIT ia unsuxpasscd,
aaltwiU act promptlyandeafely.
Hithcr Scr, Incontinence, retcntlon of urine,
bricltduatcrropy dcpjslta, and dnll drairlnjt
paina, all Bpcodily yield to lta curaUvo power,
tVlt Acta at tho enmo tlmo on tho KIDNTJYS,
UVEH AHD EOWT.1&.J3.3 Tor ConatipaUon.
Pllce, or Hheumatisui lt ia a pcrmanent cure.
80LD BY DRUQQI8T8. PrlcoOI. (X)
BEFORE AND - AFTER
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
WrlO ore suffcrlne from Xcrtou Dkbiutt,
LOST VlTAUTT, LjiCK OK NCKVC FORCK AMD
Viour, Wabti.xo WEAKmnrj, autl all klndred
dlioasrs. Spcedr rcllcf nml completo rratora
tlunuf Hcaltr. Vioor nnd Uanhood Ouaua
TExn. The grandest diwovrry of the Nlne
teenth Ontur. Scnd st once for Illuitrateil
l'amiihlet free. Address
VOLTAIC BELT C0,, MARSHAIL, MICH.
nliAIUe are certalolr bet. hatlng been so
UKmuIIN decreed at EVlJltY CSltBAT
UIIUHI1U WOIir.ll'M I.MMISTKIAl,
C;0.UI!ET1T10S for .SI.TUEN YKAIWi n.
other American Orffans havinx been found equal at anj.
Also C'lIKAl'EhT. htrle 1U9, 3 octares; auHcient
coiupaas and power, with bebt qualitr. for popalar
sacred and aecnlar mnAlo in achonli or farollies. at only
H22. OMS IIII.M)Itl;i) OTHER STYlf.US at
to 8500 and upward. Tht larorr ttylei nr uhollu wn
rira(f Imj any o'hrr OwanA. Also for eay paTments.
NUH-II,I.l)STKATl:0 C'ATAI.OCi IJE FJtHE.
nilllAC Company hare rommenced
I IMI1UO CIIAM) I-IANOS, InWuciri
tm;orrar tmjfrortmthtK , addine ki power and beantr or
tane and durabilitjr. H'ttt nnt r'Twtr. tuHimv onMuarttr
CJII.AUS, Wlth full partlculara, rEKE.
,,T1IE jrASON X- IIA.lll.IN OKCAN ANT
11AM) J()., lolTrt-nioiit St., llualolll .10 E.
MIUM...N. orkl 14U Wubneh A ve..L'Ulcuno.
Payne's Automatlc Englnos.
Rehable. Durable and Eeonomloal. rtl SumUh m
hor ic poierr wjA Iif futt and watrr tkan any othtr
XnfinMU not fltted wtth an AutomatieCut-oH. Bend
for Illustrated Catalone 'J." for Infonnation and
Pnoee. UW. KkUt A SOM Dgx BW. Comlct U.Y.
Sawing Mado Easy.
Iltbe cAjpr and txit
A bor Itxteen Tear. nli
caa tasr loniuf la&taiy,
Jioital for rnnitraied CaUl(rue contalnlnjt testlmoa.
lals and fuU paruculara. AQGXTN VA.SrrKl.
KaaarcalJsttiilig Bag 0a.,16&aadlnh Bt. , Chlsan.
A f C U TCk,Hk' mn' aelllnj our Familr Med.
. mi m a wara unreuo.. IU7 1'earl ht.
MUW-ra I .-'" ocapiiai required, o
Itlmeanil lhen li0 Ibtra retorn .t n. I u.an arifl'l-
",J?I?-.vJJ1iISmd ,h0 iiaio r nrs. Krn.ti-sr
or KALLINO 8ICKNESS a Ilf..lone itnjr. I warraatnir
f!?'rf to ,ur wont cuea. llMauae ottiirs bate
(alUd Is no reason for not now rerrliluc a cure. 8end at
Jeoiedr. Ule Eipr..s and Tut ortce. lt co.ta i
aVUinr ler a Ui .nj I will ture
Addraia Dr. IL O. KOOT, 1" feerl St. Ksw 1 ort
W&tn 1 AA LUr. l Uil li.i. ina.n ...... rTT. .
MACHINERY AND T00MIilRTYPE
FOUNDERS, PRINTERS, ETC.
PRINTING MACHINERY A SPECIALTY.
OSTRANDEB & HTJKE,
81 and 83 Jackson St., Chicago
J. V. OlTBAXDEB. Ute of H. Hartt A Oo.
Uau, Udu, Ute ( Uak Bbvum.