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The Owosso Times.
OYfOMKO. FltlDAf, JAN. , 1882 Bkr1 at the Pbst Office in Otcotto, Mkh. , tar Uaitjmn'aAioti through the mailt at tec Mhi dot mail matter. LOCAL NEWS CtMer. isc U manufactures Uncle Tom's Cabin to-morrow night TUe holidays are passed, uow for bus! Tim B ard of,8uperrUors is iu session ihi week. The demand for wood far exceeds the apply and prices re booming. Report says there are several cases of diphtheria iu Shiawassee township. The winter term of the schools opened ua Tuesday with u laigc a'.trndum c Byron Miner bus presented the M. E Church at Bancroft with u splendid pulpit Bible. Th- next quarterly meeting of the Stat Bonrd of Health will be held at Lansing m the 10th inst. The Ann Arbor Courier, one of the best of our Stato exel iges, is twenty BIM J cars old to dsy. The Annual session of the Crand Coun oil HojM Templars of Temperance will be held at Lansing, January 21. Jessie. C. Shattuck and L. W. Lyon, of 4uia city, will return to Ann Arbor, early m xt .week, to resume their studies. We lesrn that Geo. W. Dcvcreaux was presented by his wife with a valuable new year's gift a boy, weight 8 lbs. Stewart and Kilpatriek's new bauk budding is approaching completion and it is beautiful structure the finest in Owosso Jerome E., son of J. W. Turner of this city, a young man of promise, was admitted to the Wayne county bar at Dc troit teccntly. 11. C. Gates, proprietor of the "Red Coud" cigar manufactory, has removed hU shop and store to the new brick block on Main Street. Lost. My Scotch Terrier Dog. "Bob, an Monday last. Anyone returning him to mo or giving information where he can bo found, will be suitably rewarded. N. McBain. The holiday trade in this city, despite the bad roads, was larger, and the good old of more real value, than durins: any previous year. As a consequence the merchants arc happy. Now is the time, at the beginning of the new year, to select your newspapers for the year. In making that selection remember Trus Times. Wc hope to make ft worthy of your patronage. We learn that Johu Weston, who was ev summarily dismissed from his position principal of the schools at Bancroft has been tendered and has accepted a po ait ion in the High School ut Flint. Alderman Albert Gas some thirty-six years a resident of Corunna and for many years a leading member of the M. E church and an Odd Fellow, died on the t4ih ult , aged 73 years and 13 days. The Advertiser announces the death of 'William llowatd. of Bennington, on Monday of last week. Aged 87 years Aud on the previous Fiiday of Mrs. Anna Olmstead, ot Bancroft, isg d 87 years. Mr. L. P. Gould returned from his ex tended and vvry pleasant tour In foreign lauds on Saturday. lie v. Mr. Plntt, his traveling companion, is expected here to resume his labors, as paator of the Con gregatioua) Church, next Sabbath. From the Bancroft Advertiser we learn of the death ltoin cancer. Hi his residence -iu Antrim, on Friday last, of Nathaniel Durfie, one of Shiawassee county's oldest pioneers. II U funeral took place on Sun day and was very largely attended. The funeral of Hon. W. S. Geonge oc curred on Friday lust, and was at i cm led bv many prominent persons from ull parts of the S'.ato. Among them were Hon Win. M. Kilpatrick, L. A. (fumhliu and Wife. E. G. Hamlin, aud Mrs. Fred Os horn of thin city. The Masonic Grand Bodies will meet ss fellows:- -Grand Council of Royal and Select Masturi ut Flint on the lGth inst. WThe Grand Chapter of R. A. M., of Michigan, at Flint on the 17th inst. The Qrsnd Lodge F. fc A. M., of Michigan, at Detroit, on the 24th inst. The market continues to bo well supplied with dressed hogs which to-day sell reudily row $0.80 to 27 per hundred; beef by the aide from 4 to G cts. per lb. ; dressed ihlckens, 5 to 7 cts. ; turkeys, 7 to 8 cts. ; Wheat is worth $1.25; outs. 42-to 4-3 cts. ; (torn by the basket, 30 cts ; barley, $1.75 per cent uin. and clover seed $4 50 to $4.00 per bushel. At a regvdar meeting of Owosso Lodge JTo. 88. O. O. F., held at their hall on Friday evening the following named brothers were elected officers for the en suing term: Steurns F. Smith. N. G. ; Oscar Wells, V..G.; Archibald Robinsou, K. 8. sWlflottghby Matlock. P. 3. ; William If. Kilpatrick, Trcas. ; Stearns F. Smith, Rap. to Grand Lodge. We notice that Owosso was represented at the State Teachers' Association by fttrah M. Bedford. H. M. Lyon, and Met Gould. Wo think that other pines in ttan county were, also,, represented, and thai the Shiawassee county Board of Ex aminers was in attendance, but do not Und any other names in the list of nv:m bars as published in the Lansing Republi (AO. The Bancroft Advertiser says: "Tna Owoaao TiMTts uuder its new management is certainly much improved both iu make p and otherwise. The only suggestion we have to offer, is that the business notices would look much liottcr separated from the local reading matter." Thanks brother Hurst and as soon as tli content plated changes in our paper are made, which we hope will be very soon, jour riggveiloa will be lull carried out. A correspondent informs u that by rc- ports mado to the State Sup't of Public Institution, from 40 MMMtleS, under the , ... new iaw, mi I.M in so leacners naxe pel I issueu as follows: 1st grade, Co; 2d giade, H4j 3d guide, titiSl ; special, 73; total, 8M$ and that only about fuur fifths of those m iking application were granted certificates iu any grade. It Rives us pleasure ts call the attention of our readers to the Prospectus of the Rural Now Yorker, published herewith. It has long been a fuvoiite among the literary Agriculturists of the land, and prow better year by year. Wc wUk it might have a largo circulation in this county ami shall take pleasure in ordering it for any of our subscribers the low price of $3.30' for it aud Tuk Tjmku for the eusuing year. A. R. Mellride, the efficient Prosecut ing Attorney of this county, has been voted a gold headed cutie as the most pop ular man in the county His principal competitor was Rev. B. F. Mat rati. Recfor of Christ's Church, this city, who received 350 votes to 302 cast for Mr. McBride. and 92 for other parties. As a result of this friendly contest, the ladies of the Episco pal Church, at Corunna. are nearly seven ty dollars ahead, and everyone interested is happy. The shop and store house of Hugh Douglas, on Pine street, were destroyed by fire on Tuesday morningabout 3 o'clock. Loss estimated at $100. The fire depart ment owing to the rough roads were un able to render much assistance, but the citizens by the aid of u force pump saved the dwelling house from being consumed. The origin of the fire is unknown, but Mr. Douglas thinks it the work of an Incendiary. We do not leurn that there was any insurnuce. The reception and testimonials given Judge Turner, on his retirement, from the Bench, by the Bar of the district, attest the esteem in which he is held by the legal frati rnity. and there can be no doubt these sentiments are fully reciprocated by all classes -of his fellow citizens and that he retires from a position which has. for twenty four years, been honored by his acceptance, on a starvation salary, well entitled to the verdict "well done good and faithful servant." The real value of The Western Rural is so well known that we neod do no more than ask attention to the Prospectus print ed in another column of this issue of Tun Timks. It is the Anti monopoly Journal of the country, and des-rvidl commands the confidence and support of such of our farmer as desire to carefully investigate both sides of the transportation question. Besides it is a fine agricultural paper, full of articles of great value to every producer. With Tuk Times only $3.00 a year. Wednesday afternoon Mr. Parker Ros encranes, express messenger on the F. & P. M. railroad between Saginaw and Lud ingtou, and Miss Florence Thorp, of Ben nington, late one of the teachers in the public schools of this city, were united in marriage at the residence of Walter A. Osborn, Esq., Rev. B. F. Matrau official ing. The presents are said to have been beautiful and valuable. The high con trading parties left on the evening train for Saginaw, where they will reside, ac companied by the nest wishes and Kindest regards of their many friends in Owosso The annual meeting of the Shiawasse County Mutual t1 ire Insurance Company was held at Uorunna on I hursday after noon, President Haviland in the chair. The report showed that the expense of insurance in the coinptiny for 1881 had been $1,244 on .the $1,000: end that bv an assessment of $2 on a $1,000 all losessand expenses had been paid and the debt re duced more than one half. A pretty good showing we think. I he election re suited in the nearly unanimous choice of the following officers for 1888: R. llavi land, of Burns, President; E. S. Burnett, of Burns. Director; r red Bniler, of Yen ice. Vice Presidtnt: A. II. Owen, of Vernon. Auditor; Ezra Mason, of Owosso township. Sec'y; J. D. Lcland, of Coruna, Trcas. Messrs. L. W. A O. Barnes, of Byron, have recently sold Merino sheen from their flock as follows: To Cook & Render. Oak Grove, or.e ram; C. M. Easton. Oak Grove, one ram ; C. D. Parsons, Fowler ville, one ram; Mr. Copeland, Fowlerville, one ram; 1 . f. Smith. Kives Junction, two rams; Kinder Umbehaun. Byron, one ram; O. I). Baines, one ram; H W. Smith. Gaines, one ram; I). Gannon, Cohoctah Center, oiip ram; II. E. Sheldon. Corunna, one ram; E. O. Place, Hartwell vilK one ram; James Goff, Byron, one ram; James Agnew. 'lenderson, one ram: E. S. RoMneon, Bancroft, one ram; II. A. Ellis, Corunna, one ram; E. D. Barnes, Gaines, two rams; A Drake, Gaines, one ewe. And Poland-China bofl as follows: To A. S. Johnson, Vernon, one boar pig; A. W. Alger. Rankin, two young sown ; I'hos. W. Sprague, Battle Creek, one boar pig. A most creditable showing indeed. Uncle Tom's Cawn. Every one is full of enthusiasm over the production of Uncle Tom's Cabin, and it is not too much to say that the best representation of it ever given will be offered the public here. Each season the entei prisiug man agers add new attractions and seek in every way to improve what was already well nigh perfect. - Topey, the girl thut growed, is given to the life by the famous artiste. Miss Kiltie Lougcc. Her songs, dances and banjo solos ure nightly greeted with immense applause. Little .May llill- man as Eva gives a magnihcent piece of hild acting, and Mr. S. M. Cook a? Uncle Tom portrays the faithful old slave to the li ft-. The popular comedian, Jas. E. McElroy, as Marks, the lawyer, is beyond criticism, and cv ry chsractei is well handled the whole tormnig ihe b at reuditiou ever given of that popular story. The closiug tableau. "Ihe Rock of Ages or Eva in Heaven," is most touching and beautiful. The popular low prices which have made this management so successful are still in vogue, and with seats at 23, U and 50 cents no one Will be oudg'-d to stay al home. On Wednesday of lnt week Mr. William Arnold of Fairfield, came into town with a load of pork, which he sold, and loading up with whiskey returned home diunk. ometime during the night he made an tssuult on his wife, and his father, nn aged man. not iKUOg nine 10 ucrenu uer called iu Mr. Trowbridge a near neighbor to assist him. but Arnold chased him home with an ax. Mr. John Crackle was then called to assist in quieting the infuriated man. Against this man it seems Arnold had a grudge, and on a previous occasion had threatened his life, which caused Crackle to hesiiate, but he finally consent ed to go to Mrs. Arnold's ptotection. Reaching the door of Arnold s house they found it locked. Arnold opened the door and seeing Crackle with an oath said he- would shoot him and immediately tired, the ball entering his right breast and was taken out from under the arm by Dr. Travis. Crackle, though severely wound ed, knocked Arnold down, threshed him and held him until compelled by loss of blood to loose his hold By this time the father with Mr. Trowbridge returned and bound Arnold and kept him bouod until his arrest. On Thursday evening he was ttken to Jail at Corunna, where he re mained until Wednesday, when he was brought to this city and examined before Justice VanDuscn on charge of assault with intent to murder. The Justice found i .i-i i,ii in p.o.o.o.. ...... ... ...;.. u, (lo 2.000 he stands commit led to jail for trial. Mr. Crackle, though seriously wounded, is likrly to recover; Mrs. Ar nold was terribly pounded shout the face and head, but U aUe to be out. I Written for the Owsso Time. Happy New Year. Mr. Eiiilor. 1 wish f!!?nP1,U 5?? Ulfl OUr f,J freighted piati'.-t did not go undor the ; wAVaa f uWcurlly iw predicted In '81. but is joyoUoly Bailing on u i:ew voyage at roll tin sea ot time. The la.-l trip was not al together phasaut. lerend levere storm beat upon us, and many noble fellows were ywept oft tho deck ; and the tivai bliug of the ship made some think she Was making her last dive under the waves. A little unpleasantness among the crew, some petty quarrels that caused a little blood letting so necessary to purify the sluggish stream of moral life. However thai a man can shoot the beloved, nohln Pn ident. the people spend many thousand to cure, aud, amidst t lie lamentation and sokbings of the people bury him, and then turn round and sacrifice several $10,000 more to shield the assassin from the penal ty of the law. shows thut that Charity that covers a multitude of sins, is growing fsist ou the sterile soil of humanity, and gives us hope that the long promised Era of Peace is fast coming on. I also wish to congratulate you Mr . Editor tor enmming to help build up our beuutiful city, so well calculated to make a manufacturing and literary centre for this spleidid agricultural" country. No doubt the people of this county will gludly give you a very hearty support. Zuiio. Last Sabbath Rev. 8. Reed quoted statistics from Problem of Religious Fro cress as follows: The "Report "Minutes" "Exhibits" "Calendars" 'Year books" Ac. of the different Religion bodies in the world are becoming more completo and reliable every year. And they are furn ishiiig the elements of the Science of Statistics, a science which is soon to oc cupy n very important place iu the cur riculum of human studies. These various Reports for the years 188U and 1881 furnish the following uuni bcrs of churches, ministers and communi cants in the leading Protestant Denomin ations iu the whole world in 1880. Kilt ST, THE AMiKI.K'AN COMMUNION. The number of clergymen in this com munion in 1880 Wae ll,8M, an increase in twenty years of 9,032. It is difficult or impossible to obtain the statistics of th? communicauti of this Denomination' ex cept of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States, which in 1880 were, including ihe Reformed Episcopal (147,781. BKCONll, BAl'ITM'3. In the whole world in 1880, including all branches that bear the name of Bap list, Churches 3:i,;J22; Ministers 21,181. Communicants 2,5)38. U?i, an increase ot communicants in twenty yeursof 1.405,108. Till 111), TUK l ONOKKO.VTlONAUISTS. In tho whole world were iu 1880, Churches 7,!U)fl. Ministers 7.070. Com municants BML74$. ( 1 can give the increase ouly for the United States.) KOlinnt, MOTHODStlli Embracing all branches that hear the name in the whole world in 1880. Minis ters 33.522. Local Preachers 7U.843. Com municants 5,0til, JOit, an increase of com municants in twenty years of 2,250,705. rfmr. MftliVttlNL In the whole world in 1880, Minlst.is mi, vonntoicanti 43,751. BTXTII, rilKSKYTERIAXH. Including the Dutch Reformed and all branches that hear the name of Presbytt nan iu the whole world iu 1880. Churches 4.u'j;j. Ministers 19,008. Communicants 2,578,707. i ne moocrn minuay school as an or eniintlon is hut little over one hundred years old. The Sunday School statistics of th KTangelioal denominations in the whole world, as prepared and reported by Mr. Porter at the Robert Raikes Centenial Convention in Loudon Jane 1880 were 3. S. Teachers 1,504.015. Scholars 12.080 237: total 14,181.880. Hope for our world seems to spring from figures like these. Advertised Letters. The following letters remained uncalled for in the Owosso Post Oflice for the week ending Dec. 31st. 1881 : Peter Dean, A. J. Northup, Geo. F Wise, W Stewart 2. MARRIED. SHELDON NEEDHAM. At the reel. denceof Mr. Hiram Oxford. Due. 28th. by Rev. VV. L. Farnum. Mr. J. Arthur Sheldon and Miss Julia A. Necdham. all of this city. GREEN DUTCHFR Tn this city Do win. oy ttev. w. ii. rnrnutn, Mr. Henry James Green of Slockhridge Ingham county, Mich., and Miss Lida Duicher of Corunna. HI LIIIM KR -LE V KING W E L L. A t the residence of the brides father in Ecu nlngtottj by Rev. W. L. Farnum, Mr. Foster It. Bflhimer Of Caledonia, and Miss Minnie li. LtflagWtU of Beueing ton. Kidney Disease Cured. Cmkistianrhuho, Va , 1881. Suffering from kidney diseases, from which 1 could get no relief either from medicine or the prominent physicians of our country. 1 tried Brown's Iron Hitlers, which cured me completely. A child nt mine recovering from scarlet fever, hud HO appetite, and did not seem to be able to eat, at all: 1 gave him Iron Hitters With the happiest results. J. KYLE MONTAGUE. The day is passed when the public could be humbugged by imitations of Bnrenpnrllln, although, like base coin, frequently detected by Hie very conse cjiieuce of its currency, and as often nailed against the counter it has deceived-, vet will ihe perpetrators still persevere in im posing upon the unwary invalid, by spurious recommendations and imaginary cured Huy Johnston's Extract of Sarsa pnrilln and you will suiter no Imposition'. All we nsk is to give Hill's Huchu a dial, and you will find licit it contains all life hcqling qualities it claims. SALISBURY OPERA HALL, owosso. Saturday Ev'g, January 7th, ANTHONY eV V3ULW FA MOTS IHKAL Uncle Tom's Cabin Co. Of the Nuw Version of the ORKATKHT WORK pf 1 HI ORRTURY, UNCLE TOM'S CABIN ! Appcaruuce of the I'elite and Accumplialied Actress, MISS KIJT IE L0UGEE I In hrr oriirlnal nod renownrd rendition of TONY with SONGS, IAN KS un. IIANJO ROlA8, Supported by a MAfiNIFICKNT CAST. Powerful Douhlf ("ompanr. The brat in. the WerM, MaKiiiliecut S'-enle Kff. cH, The Iteautiful Gates Ajar, Famous Floating lee Scene, K?a iu Ifiarm. The Ohio Kivcr In a Snow Storm, Celebrated Trick Donkey I'runo ThriillnR Hlo.'iUioiind Chaso' Introdncinft are Imported Pack of Mammoth Trained Siberian Bloodhounds ! Positive appearance of the flnest Band of Colored HlnKors in this Couelry, The Memphis University Students. The present Miijestlc Rr ivel of rod'. Tom's Cabin without pr cdent. The I unrest lis lis crowd tl the doors nVhlly. .s.r.ia Ti kets early and a old the Jam at night. jy Krtri Chary for Rrrrd .Secsf. Admletion, - 2B, 3S mnd HO Lent: No HlKhor No F.xUa. Hecure TlekeU at T U Wicajwa, f oet Ofllee If you d"ire a tun medicinal tonic thut will positively rid vo:i of all yout ailments I 1 1 ! gem ml ill health. Hi owu'sliou Hitlers is ih" h"t To Prnfexioiial end Business Men. If bookkeepers, clerk and profeesionaj men who are troubh d with Constipation tad ludlgeetion, will usu occasionally Binebnrt's Liver Pills ihcy will hud im mediate relief. THE TRUTH. A Rare Combination. Till: RURAL NEW-YORKER WITH ITS FREE PLANT AND Seed Distribution, And pretteuu to tin- amount of $2,000 Fur thu bunt yieliU thcivlroui, itutl THE TIMES For Only $3.30 Per Year I TJIK KUKAL NKW-YOUKKR Isetattts4 t.. St tin- First Agricultural and Horticultural Authority of America. It Im the firxt iuuruul to havs BStaliltinsj au ITiraartawet l'tna workod sastastvtly iu tho ln tcreaU of ita readers. It is tho first to have made regular free dis tributions of New aud Valauhlo Plants and Seeds among its Subauribers. Io IhU way it hu introduced the following : Beauty sf Hebrou Potato, While VM pliant Potato Mold's Kiinobled OaU, the Ciilhticrl Itaap- berry,Chaaplata wheat, Telephone Pea, ( lawsou Wheal, Jturul Hiauchlnif HurKhum, (jolden Kural Totnulo, Peflaucu Wheat, AMU YlVXt omitts 82 Acres of Experiment Grounds, devoted to Itsts of all kinds apiertuinin to plant Ills aud i lie bast farm and garden utthwda All sew plants aud Heed a adapted to the climate are tcHted ux kouu at announced iu thin country or in Ktirope,and their vales impartially reported upon. In Mich re ports the readers of the KUKAL nkw-youkkk have before them a trustworthy guide m to what seeds or plants arc worthy of trial. Over 500 Origin al Engravings Yearly of ull kind of Farm ADiini's, Fruits, the choicest of our Ornament ul Trees aud Shruon, of Coautry Dvelltagai cl- For the North, South, Efttt & West A complete National Journal of Mural Alfair. Truth, progress, ihe real interests of the land anil those who cultivate It; ttietiimeuii.intiou of Improved Soda ami plants, and of the knowledge how best to cultivate weeai n eonduot Ihe journal that it may have a just claim upon all who love nature, are SBSSef UM auni of the ItUKAL NKW-YOKK Ktt. Farmers and gardeners rural people of any and every occupation city people who have conservato ries o- gardens, if not familiar with the RURAL NKW-YOIIKFK. impure as to its standing and In fluence of those w..o are, uud subscribe fur it a a measure sf eWMMiWJT A $4.60 IM Pl.lt for $3.00 PER YEAR. THE RURAL'S Next Seed Distribution to he sent frc to those who subscribe for JlOTil I' A l'i:i;S, at $.t..tO, b briefly as follows; 1st, Til K RURAL HEAVY li:.vr OURH. The heaVMSl weight of kernel and ear. One huudrtd and seventeen ouMieis ot siiciieu coi n p. r acre on 30 acres. So certified to. 2d. UlUi.vL THOROUGHBRED KM NT CORN Belied in the Rural family for 2d consecutive years. Longest cars ir in, -he. Id. W'V.MHt'S CROtM-BRED rULTSO-CLAW SN WlIK VT. The largest keriwt of any wheat in cultivation gu chinned, llaidy, tli.-e.i . , lag, prolific il. BURFRIBE WHEAT. Four k -rn-N-iu a btesst. Very prolific and hardy. At the rale of 12 bushels aeraere bSJ becq raised on .small plots. .ith, shumvkli; vYJIKAT. Kartri preUlii and hardy. tiih. CUALLENQER LTM A IlL'ANS. Seed JectiHl througli tlir-'e generations. 7th. I'KRrEGTIOSl OOLUEN HEARTWELL CELERY. (several huarta Ut a stalk. nth. THE KEUKECT o KM HQUAAU. A marvel of swiduei I veitcse. Pine eialaod, sweet, dry com bluing th excellencies of both ihe Summer and W inter tutteeh. inn. RURAL PHATER HOLLYHOCK. 4 per fection ilower. Three f. tt of brilliantly oslered nasalise white, lemon, but!', rosv, rod erlauwai maroon and ueaily black. $ t.'tiio ii'orlh o' PetfSMeM ,. front Irutliuff .Urn i tt Coitntf for the best yh Ids from the Rural Dnt and Thor- ouithbKd urns and Wv-or's l'ult. j-Clawson Wh'-ai. S'lbsenbc for the TIM EM and th RURAL NEW YORKER fot mSS. while the opportunity oil'. IM. Aejereesi RURAL NEW-YORKER. Sicimru copies will bo s-.:ut to all applicants free j 4. Park Koio, Niiu York. For Sale. A fine buy boret, wdghl 1000 lbs. Iu- If quire at this utlicc. Notice. The annua! en-etintr of th Stockholders for the election of Directors for the Kirst National I'.ank. f i ao ,-.o, will be held at ls l).iukiuir Housa o.i Saturday, Jan'y 14th, iSdi, at a o.cloca I'. M. K,. c. i! 1 k 1. 1 , CAsniaa. HUTICE I hereby forbUI all persons trusting my wife Margaret Morse un my account as 1 shall pay 110 l.-"is . mit.o t. 1 l.y her aftcr tins date, as she has left lily bed and board witiiout just cause. OWOSSO, Pec. Site. ISBI. JOHN MtlKSK. SwT TP rrjris fed :tin ita:i HMrsttm or iha injury Imsess te !i. t by lr. J. A. .4.1 KRM VN'S m.Uh 1. (m.:o '111 Kroedway, New York. II .-. boo. with l'hoi twrantl ic liken- ssjm of had cases before aud SsMf cure, atelte 1 for 10 eem :o: OH MY ! :o: IIdw Dflkiotw i! Dufi's ui Unbroken 35. 4o, nnd 5 FR1 K from ji il 60c. DUST, M ioai CROP OF On Sale at UUFK'S 1 Duff Crnrmfiteej Detroit T'riros Wholesale TEAS, CRACKERS, MATCHES, STARCHES KIRK'S SOAPS, PHILADELPHIA BPfCES, H.ftO. M. GRANGER'S TOBACCOS, ftc.. Ite. Wholesale A en t ( r ALDEN FRUIT VINEGAR, MADE FROM NATURAL GRAPE. Sign of (lie eJutaBfi Tea Wan. C. C. DUFF. Farmers Read This ! OHK.tr vo w 11 i v 1 7 1 o .v o i f t: it : The WEEKLY REPUBLICAN THE WESTERN RURAL y. ilh I'uhlicatlonm One Xeur for f0 r.fl IDollarj dc (ho r A 4Z,JU anfty cents. 4Z. jU ffcjg ni.e of 1 ho Reputdican isl.S0a year. The Prise if 1 lie W cot. r 11 Rural is i I . " vi Stvn nia We ioiikturk ros S'!.5i) Spot Cash. THE WESTERN RURAL Is the IsjatRw Weekly Agricultural and Family Pf per in the I mml Slatea, Imtll in circulation diameter, initio uce and all the QtUUlUea that go to makeups flrsi-claas readable una reliable Farmers' Paper. Edited and Published by a Practical Farmer. H In the Ordinal and Most Prominent Adrorate of Cheap frsatrirrrlal hm . KojeisJ Taxation, and of loKislatioo which will protect the producers' in terests from ihe encroachments of Monopoly and Coneeatrated Capital. It Is a'Tcengulaca' authority upon Agriculture in any and ail Ra heinsaheo, Its various departments being fllli (I each week viith new and rcliablo infor mation from pnu tleal faruiers. lestdse three or four SutttSUU of (ieiieral Editori al, each is.i.t. also contains the Markets, Uiorh s and hketclies, Fireside Readiinr, Domestic Raootplo, PcM-lry and Puzzles, Young Folks Department, Re view of thu Week aud Interesting Miscellany, mak ing it the most complete paper published In lbs United Stales. It is the Farmer's Organ, defending his rights, ad vocating his in 1 ( Ms, and protecting him iroin the schemes of swindlers, it will wage a determined war upon the adulteration of dairy and other farm products; it expose ever swindle who seeks to prey upon the tanning eommuuity as fast as it fuid-i them out, aud it will DO) in all NBBieotO, I oltinciiiug aud A ;c,n'N,ivc in thu service of its readers. In order to better enable th farmer to protect himself and cheek the growth of Monopolies, and reiuc.lv many of the political evils uuder which the agricultural classes arc tutiuring.it conciWcd the idea of orgaui.ing . FARMERS ALLIAKCEf, and started the great movement which iu one year's time has overspread thirteen States, aud will ex ercise a vast intlueucc for tbc good of the producing i l. -. Send to TUK WKSTKRN RURAL, Chicago, 111., for free sample eoptss and for freu pamphlet ou the Alliance and Ann Monopoly movement. THE SIN, NEW YORK, 1882. Tsft Sun for 1882 will make its fifteenth annual revolution under the prt bcnt ntan Kgrinettt, shiuing, hs always, for all, big end little, mean and gracious, contented and unbnppy, Republlonnnnd DfmocratU:, depraTud and virtuous Intelligent and obtuse. The Sun's light is for mankind nud womankind of every sort; but its genial Warmth is for the good while it pours ho discomfort on the wintering backs of the persistently wicked. The Sun of 18H2 will bo the same out spoken, truth lelliug, and interesting news paper. IJy a liberal use of the means which nn abundant prosperity uiTords, we ahull make it better Hum ever before. Who dues not know and read and like the Sunday Sun. each number of which is a OoJoundn of interesting literature, with' Ihe best poetry of the flJJ, prose f very ime worth rending news, humor matter enough to Mil a good sized book, and in finitely more varied and entertaining than in book lte or liltle? 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