' "VcmwUtittolseaUwyer.JoIin wH, Id not aaya..rd.
Tide 1 Mt qailf cmiifl thit your lnucin- are abunl
I don't lh to dtawvnga ycm,bnt thru I can t cvnorst
Twbujt3, atld for toclo, and pa j your office n-nt.
Ytt"Ti ct a -tf laMyliiutiailo-dIiury trtJ.
And ioa rr-iueai.t by cumiuob lull to earn joar daisy
Ifet thriving iraiuklplaaant Umtt. mbrremaaaDd
Brat aj W lswyrr'a. aa far aa yon can aec
( "If ywtt'd lwH-n Imtu with talent Jwlin, rota'd lm- ainco br
TVat yoa bad Sitln, tr rfralln j off to attulr books alone j
"'""as X.ifT'iirvTttdaliiok, Iraflydont know when,
SiTkuaU. rww totklnV. I bin-re joa do fclinr airwbat
JIe win my Isny;.- tb le-l rank are morr Iban crowded
AJ blff tbem bi alarrtr Ibereia weie cot oat for the
Jtul tlsev DiitoV pare laiinea fur talent, nsdertaiML
And brl, to fill a bf acpply. w here there waa no demand.
"An-tberrdtirateJf Yea. but here let me explain.
Tint e-d that f n in abaky aoH, brln-a forth bat IllUO
AfidthUhis.terdtrati.n." to an ordisirr raind.
In lika a pair f hi; gold jrra ap-w a waa that a blind.
-ThrItM ivvdr lac Itua'tnlxt the bandVaof a
(Tkcnsh aton-py land lil bumbled we at time. I moat al-
And a fcr human .praUiea, 1 obould think I bad my
I f I eoald take the prize co a, at our urxtCouiity Fair,
Jut toiulato jour aire, mr aon, and juataa caraaa Cte,
luull litetobc rjted, tboajb ithapaya won't be
Bat enter law, tad Are abort yeara will clean yoa oat -
Yvull Lae iw ieei4Ie4-UiMi of the Ut anare lueal yvn
"Efrafaem, come to your m udder, loy. Wliar
yon bin V
"Playin wid de -white fulls cbillnn."
"Von in, rh f hyart cbilr, yoa brolte your
ole mudder'n heart, and brung lier gray hairs to
de grave wid your recklariiueM and carryings
on wiilebil asaosyahnns. HabtTt I raiaed you
dji in de way you she aid go V
"lUbn't I been Line an tender wid yon, and
trratedyon like my own chile which yon it H
"JIabn't Ireezened wid you, an deplored de
good Jxird to wrap you in hisbnzznmr'
4An' wn't I yer nateral dctecter an gardecn
"Well, den, do yon s'pose I gwine to hab
jourmoraU guptured by de white tranhf Xo,
nab! You gtt in de lionw dit Instep, an if I eb
er cotcli you 'innnicatin wid de white trash auy
rno fo' de Lonl, nigga, 111 break your black
head wid a brick."
"Yawim." Cfr.&zt, -Yijf.
Wi; hate heard of the term "bluffing off," but
we remember un Wtter instance of it, than waa
mentioned to n a few momenta ago in the iane
tuin. A would-be 'Mdiiotl, whose confidence in
kit hone seemed unlimited, waa offered, sneces
irrly, sefral wagers against other animal,
staiidin-r at the door of an out-of-town rrsort. all
ofwhicli he at once accented, but from each of
which he grailnaily uackeil out, on some pre
tence or other. At length a bystander aaid to
Mm : Comef I'll tell yon what Hi do. 111 bet
ju ten dnllarn that that pig," pointing to a
Imky little porker in the road, ''will beat your
hop! tun roilsf in going a mile.
"Doner Raid the other, taking ont his pock-it-lMKk;
but as he was fingering hUhank notes,
he seemed to hesitate, and turning to a friend,
"I don't know alwut taking that liet, after
all; there is no knowing what the d d pig
How different girli are now from what they
uietl to Ite," Raid the kind Mrs. Partington, as
he naw atieighbor'ndaughtfrstrcaming through
the htreetM, iiMead of coining home from rcIiooI.
1 here ii no trtistiu of Vm now, out of sight,
and they don't keep m bight long enough to
tni'st Vm. When I was a girl, I could 1m; trav
el all day with a baby nil alone, in a two story
houe, tiist wa nuuiti, and never found want
ing." Mm reached out of the window to look
after the romping school girl, and Ike lay npou
the floor, like a fro;:, making additions wit h a
piece of white chalk to the warlet flowers of
the kHltlrnniniter carpet.
A Yankkk, who went oer tothe mother coun
try some time ago, and who was asked, on com
ing lurk, how be liked Creat Ilritain. W11,
lie said, Kugland wa a very nice coniitn, ex
teeditigly fertile, well cultivated, verr jutpii
lotis, mid ery heallhy; but, said tiie Yan
kee, 'I never liked to take a morning walk af
ter breakfast, lecanse the country is so small
that 1 was always at raid of walking off the
Hti do you do, Sallie; how do yon do! I
ain't eed jou in nich a time. How is rou, no
Sallie, grasping the old darkey's hand, and
giiiug it a cordial shake, Ise still a kicking,
thank you, Tnclo Tom, but I ain't a kicking
high. How is you gittin'onf
Curie Tom, deliberately, "Well, Sallie, I'm
still sticking together iu sitoU."
Wnrcv the late Gen. Thomas, U.S. A., was
asked fur a furlough by a back wood noldier, In
order that he might visit his wife, to whom lie
had been married but three mouths, he replied :
Why, my dear fellow, I haven't seen my wife
for thneears." The backwoodsman stared in
credulously at the General for a moment, and
then broke nut, "Hut vou nee, me and my wife
ain't that kind."
Wssihxgtov Irving once, when picking up
an apple under a tree in his own orchard, waa
accosted by an urchin of the neighborhood, who
not recoguizing him as the proprietor, offered to
show him a tree where he could get some better
apples than those. "lint," said the boy, "we
must take care that the old man doesn't see us."
I went with him, said Irving, and stole a dozen
of my own apples.
Wkll. neighlMr, what is the most Christian
news this morning P said a pious gentleman of
Providence, Khode Island, to his friend.
'I have just bought a barrel of flour for a
Just like you! Who is it you have ma6e
happvbv vourcharitv, this timet
Xot II in. Dr. Xott, President of the Union
Csllegc, was once upon a visit to a gentleman
in Schoharie, with whom ho had long held cor
rcKKudcnce, but to whom he had never been in
troduced. He knocked at the door, which the
gentleman opened, when the doctor thus intro
duced himself, "I am Xott, from Schenectady."
"Well, where are you from, then P
This is splendid courting weather in Wiscon
sin, because about 9 o'clock the old gentleman
comes into the room with a big blanket and tells
the happr couple that he is going to bed, and
advises them to roll themselves np in the imlt
if the fire gets low. With the thermometer at.
SO5 below zero, the blanket is apt to go into
A XFfiRo held a cow while across-eyed man
was to knock her on the head with an axe. The
negro, observing the man's eyes, in some fear in
quired, "You gwine to hit wharyou look!
"Den," said Cnffee, "hold de cow yourself; I
ain't gwiuo to let you hit me."
At a young lady's seminary recently, during
an examination in history, one of the pupils was
interrogated thus: "Mary, did Martin Luther
die a natural death f
"o," was the reply, "he was excommnnicat
etl by a bull." Harvard Lampoon.
She was one of thoe sentimental young crea
tures who linger inthe doorway to bid yon good
bye in the starlight, and after she had parted
from him the other night, she went np to her
room, luiirmnring: "Yes, I would know it was
hard times, by the kind of hair-oil he uses now."
A CKXTLEiUX beiug AJtked by a clergyman
whv he did not attend evening prayer meeting,
aaid lit could not leaethe children. "Why,
ha e you uo ser ants r "Yes," he replied, "we
hac two servants, who keep the house and
lKiard with its. We are allowed few privileges."
It is told by one of the "snpes" who removes
chairs from the stage of a Troy theatre with
great effect, that on the death of Edwin Forrest
lfciug announced to him, while standing on a
hotel stoop, he exclaimed, with dramatic ges
ture: "Great God! another one of ns gone!"
A cutri-vix at Corinth, who was reading to a
kick soldier the story of Samson's slaving the
Philistines with the jaw-bone of an as was in
terrupted by the question. "Tall me, chaplain,
honestly, isn't Gen. John Pope's name signed at
the bottom of that chapter P
An Indiana Snnday School Superintendent
recently wrote to a Xew York Bible firm: "Send
tnesome Sunday School papers and books; let
the books be about pirates and Indians as much
as possible, and if the life of Uill Tweed has
come out, send that."
A MAX over iu France has the notion that his
legs are glaw, and dare not nioe them tor fear
they'll break. A great number of .our yonng
men are thinking of importing him for a" pros
TniiEK sisters of Dubuque are so set in their
temperance principles that they make the hired
girl smell the brerth of every gentleman caller,
and report the result, before admittance to the
parlor can be obtained.
A German street fruit dealer rebuked a 3 oung
clerk who took a single peanut from his stand
the other day, by saying: "Young fellow, we
don' sell dose py de piece any more."
"lion, is that dog a hunterP
"Xo. he's half hunter and half setter; he
hunts bones half the time, and sets by the store
when he is satisfied."
Eprixg brings Joy lo the heart of the Western
-editor, who sings: "Soon the dusky squaw will
Ite seen, straining maple sugar through her win
Tee UK are not many of us left. First Bill
Astor and now Anth Kothschild, and we are
not exceedingly well ourselves. fcocknter Dem
ocrat. Modern, invitation to a wedding "Come
round to-night at 6 sharp, and see me capture a
Nowhere. A place where no Yankee has ev
er besn, aad none ever will be.
Jot tire farmer.
PLANTING PBUIT TBTTF.S.
At the late meeting of the New York Horticul
tural Society, held at Rochester, a paper was
read by J. 8. Woodward, of Lock port, entitled
Facts and Fallacies of Frait growing," from
which we make an extract, as it is iunnd in
fictSs Magazine. IU suggestions are reasonable
and worthy of attention and remembrance:
0o fallacy is more commonly believed titan
that any soil is fit for apple growing. The fact
is that no land U too good, and no location too
deairable for apples, and if we can't afford the
beat Milt for them, we had much better Dot plant
'It is fallacy in a market orchard to plant too
It is lallacymtnc selection oi trees io rito
more attention to the development of body and
top than to the root and collar.
"It is a popular fallacy that trees may be plan
ted almost any way, so that they are got in
the groand iu comparatively ntraigbt rows. I
know one instance when three men dug the
holes and planted twelve hundred trees in two
ilaia: in some rtlaces thev nsed a nine-inch poet-
auger to make the hole, and through the aid of
a verr wet summer must or tnotw trees nveu,
they have never made a satisfactory orchard.
The land should Ihs well prepared and the holes
dug not leas than one foot further across than
the longest roots extend, and deep enongh to re
ceive the tree to the depth it stood in the nurse
tt, and the soil below should be well loosened.
The planter should place the tree in position,
taking care that the rows be straight both ways;
he should then, by hand, carefully straighten
each shot, and see that the rich snrface soil fills
all spaces between them. With the same care
should the entire hole be filled and the soil carv
fnllr naekrd around the roota and bodr. More
than half the subsequent growth atd vigor of
the tree depends upon caret ui planting.
Another Terr jrnicious fallacy is the notion
that the trees shonld le planted close; that the
more trees to the acre the greater the profit.
Thirtv-six feet, and if thesoilisesnecullr adap
ted to ore naming, iony reel ts none iw iar
apart. We not only want the snn to shine on
all parts of the tree, bnt we want its beneficial
influence on the soil as well; there is nothing
good to kill the germs of diseaae and to sweeten
the soil a lid enable it to support the tree as sun
light. A grave fallacy U the belief that orchards
should, ne prnnea only at intervals oi several
years, and that any novice, however green, can
be trusted with the prnning-knife and yaw. An
annl h dwinlil Im reftilnrlr and Rvtttemati-
cally pruned each year from the planting, and
just enough to keep an opeu and symmetrical
head, and so that no time shall be utcrasary to
remove any larger limbs.
"The greatest of all fallacies is this, that af
ter having cropied the orchard from the plant
ing to full maturity, we may apply all the ma
nure to other parts of the farm, and leave the or
chard with only the decayed leaves and weeds
to maintain itsVertility.
"The quantity of manure that may be profita
bly used on an orchard in full bearing is hard to
determine. I have never seen an instance where
I thonght too much was used; instead of piling
it about the trees, a general application on the
whole surface nuder the trees is better.
More Green Peas, if you Please.
If there is anybody who does not enjoy good
green peas in abundance, we have never met
im or her. We bate them from May to Au
gust, fresh picked daily, of uniform growth, for
a single ripening pod injures the flaor of the
whole; and from Angnst to May, we have the
canned "La Favorita" variety, which, as we get
it, is next door to the fresh garden picked. It is
little trouble now to grow one's owu peas, early,
medium, and late varieties. Given a fair soil,
with some well-rotted manure, if it is needed,
and our programme rnns thus: Ju.t as sonu as
the snow is off and deep freezing Isnotexiiected,
and tiie ground drv enough to work at all, in go
the peas, even if the firstheads starting do get
a front nip pea will utand that. We plant
some "Improved Daniel O'Kuurke," and s,me
Alpha;" also some ofthe "American Wonder,"
ami some "Champion of England," all the same
dav. The first named is comparatively oor,
but cooked in milk with a trifle of sugar added,
it goes very well fur better than none. The
"Daniel O'lEourke" is early and prolific, but
needs a little brush as it grows 3 feet stalks. By
the time the O'Konrke and Alpha are eaten, in
comes the American Wonder, and a wonder it is
for its proliticuess, dwarf stem, no brnsh need
ed, and its superior eating quality the only
very early dwarf wrinkled H.a, and wrinkled"
applied to jteas is almost Huouniuus with giMd
quality (see page lJ last mouth). By the time
these eas go, along comes he king xx, "Cham
pion of England." There are others like it,
claimed to be better; this is good enough for us,
ami seed is ahundaut and cheap almost any
where now. But after the first sowing, and tor
two weeks, new sowings of the Wonder aud
Champion should be made every 4 or 5 days, to
keep up a constant succession. After two weeks
or so, follow with very frequent sowings of the
Champion, or if without brush, the Wonder, so
ns to have a daily nupply far into summer. As
fast as the neas are oil. other croiis, as cabba-re.
turnips etc, may occupy the ground. Alwajs
save enough of earliest and lest poda to riieu for
next years seeu.
sow Mich luedinm-irrowing kinds ns Daniel
O'Konrke in rows 2J ft. apart; the Woutler, rows
12 to 13 niche apart; unampinn, .i leet apart,
and nro vide ulentv of brush, nrwune trellis, for
it, 4 teet high. Cover peas 2 to 3 inches deep.
Seeding to Clover.
OurWst Kuccess has Wn in scattt-riuz the
seed oer growing wheat, on a cool morning ear-
Iv in .April, wnen an men uepm oi irosi opens
the ground in crack, into which the seed talis
aud is lightly cohered by the thawing earth.
Both this aud the wheat, but especially the clo
ver, are usually benefitted by a broadcast sowing
of ground plaster in May. So marked is this
sometimes, that one can write his name in large
letters with plaster Mowing, aud the letters w il
t distinctly visinie iu me more luxurious green,
when the clover plants, at first protected from
the sun by the wheat plants, liave a chance for
full growth after the wheat is cut. The expe
rience of many who raise much clover is, that a
good catch is most certain, if the seed is not
sown until the soil Is warm ami mellow. The
clover starts into growth at once, aud strong
plants are quickly obtained. The chief danger
of delay is that the still feebly rooted plants
may be canght by dry hot weather and killed.
While plaster is a good top-dressing for clo er on
most soils, if one's own experience or that of his
neighbor's docs not indicete this, other light top
dressing may e useful some soluble fertilizer,
as superphosphate or muriate of potasli. Clover
responds to any attention of this kiud, and
makes a good return in the mass of foliage aud
rich material it gathers from soil aud air ma
terial which, wheu plowed in, richly prepares
tho soil for other crops. Jmiriea Jgncitltttrht
About Sweet Peas.
What is more beautiful or more fragrant than
the old-fashioned Sweet-Peas J How rarely we
see them of late! It it true that the same thing
the intense summer heat which makes our
season df"gTeeu peas" rather short, also inter
feres with the sweet ea. Those who would
hae sweet peas should plant thorn early, aud
plant them deep. Three imh s of covering is
none too much, aud they should teputin as ear
ly as the soil is in condition to work. Of course
they must have something to climb ujHin. Pea
brushj such as is given to the ordinary garde u
peas, is perhaps the best, bnt, in the absence of
this, strings, wires, or w hatever will allow the
plants to climb for about three feet, must be pro
vided. The old-fashioned Sweet Pea ( fathtfru
odorat&t) has, iu the hands of European florists,
gieu a number of fiun varieties, the names tf
which will lie found in the catalogues of the
seeduien. Some of these have beautiful colom,
but noue are more fragrant than the eld sort.
Sweet peas are excellent flowers for cutting, as
they hae long stems, andtheyretain theirbeau
tv for very many das. To have sweet (teas at
their best, plaut early and plant deep. Amcrira
Sorghum as a Soiling Plant.
Sorghum promises to Iks a satisfactory plant
for use in summer feeding cows, aud also, proba
bly, for ensilage. Correspondents of several ag
ricultural papers speak in warm praise of the
Early Amber caue for soiling. Iu our experience
with it last summer, we found that the cattle ate
it readily, and the results were satisfactory in
all respects. The yield per acre is leas than
com; bnt the cane is tuorp juicy and of conn,
sweeter. In our feediug it was not convenient
to rnt the stalks. They were drawn on the pas
tnres, and as a rale, were readily eaten in this
way, more readily than corn fed iu the same
way. A variety called the Rural Branching sor
ghiim. well deserves its name, as it has a great
tendency to send out branches. It also grows
more readily after cutting them than do the
common varieties. An objection to it is that a
long season is required for maturing the seed.
The Earlv Amber will make a fair sceoud
growth if cut reasonably early. We do not ex
pect sorghum will drive Indian corn out of ns
tor green crop feeding, but it promises to make
a valuable addition to our list of plants for this
Planting Earlv Peas a i Cokx. In plan
tiug early jea aud corn, the qnalitv of the fu
ture crop may lte partly known by idwerving the
degree of contraction in theii." All peas and
corn that seem sbm eled np, with large indenta
tions, will be tenderer in flesh and contain more
sweetness andjuice than the plumper kinds. If
good table vane tit- are desired, it is advisable
to select the wrinkled kinds.
Plaxt Some Mitai:i. As oou as the ground
is warm enough, every person posj-ssing a gar
den shonld sow a patch of mustard or kale for
early use. The plants come up quickly aftrr
seeding, grow rapidly, aud not only fnmib
greens before any other crop, but are ont of the
way in time for some otlier vegetable to go on
the same ground. m
"Where Xot to Plant Aitle Trees. In set
ting out apple trees keep them awav from the
wells, as the apple tree will pnsh "its roots a
long distance to get water, and seems to delight
whenever possible, in sending an extra root
down a well.
Maxcrixg IXACit Tree.. After the trees be
gins to bear, there is no manure sa well adapted
to them as that from the privy. It is a special
fertilizer for peach trees, and the effect of one
applicatien can be noticed for successive seasons.
Ix laying out gardens for fruit and egrtables,
place everything in drills or rows, so that they
may be cultivated by a horse, and thus save the
expense of hand labor.
Always set a post fence over a ditch or near
good drainage, and the poats, always remaining
dry, will last many years longer than those stan
ding In wet sub-soil.
cful and (Bmm.
How to Avoid Dyspepsia.
We have had occasion to notice two of Dr.
J. F. IM wards contributions to the Blackstone
Aeries of Health Primers, and we are now offered
a third treatise, which discusses dyspepsia In a
popular yet uesfal way.
The significant fact that laboring men are al
most Invariably free from dyspepsia suggested a
very simple remedy for that disorder, which ac
cording to Dr. Edwards was actually applied by
a Philadelphia physician. The patient, a rich
merchant, was informed that if be would consent
to leave his business and be at great trouble and
expense be could obtain immediate relief. The
suffererprofestsed perfect willingness to makesuch
sacrifices; whereupon he was told that in San
Francisco dwelt a physician who had made a
special study of his complaint, and who could
unquestionably cure him. The patient hastened
to San Francisco, where he spent a week in the
vain effort to find the physician, who was, of
course, the creation of his adisors brain. With
a mind too fall of wrath to leave any room for
thoughts of business, he hurried back to Phila
delphia, and bitterlv reproached the man who
had sent him on a fools errand. But, my friend,"
retnroed the other, howls your dyspepsia f"
The tnerrhaut had not thought of that, for the
doctor's ruse had been successful, and the man
was well. This story, for whose truth Dr. Ed
wards seems to vouch, may be taken to mean
too much. So doubt the patient was relieved
through the doctor's device from the particular
cares which had engrossed his mind, but it
should not be overlooked that the long journey
by rail gave his body a thorough shaking np, and
stimulated all its functional activities.
Dr. Edwards, of course, does not prescribe for
dyspepsia, 'but he offers a good many hints as to
the right sort of food to be taken by those who
would avoid it. In summer, fur instance, it is
better to drink skimmed milk, because the cream
contains little else than carbon, which is of no
nutritive value, and whose generating power is
not require! at that season. In warm weather
all oily and fatty elements of food should be
eliminated as far as nosaible.
Touching the question oi supper, in. .u warns
declares against it, because be would have ns
tkake onr last meal at7 and go to bed at 10. For
those who neer retire before midnight, and sel
dom itreakiast bet ore IU a. ni., tnere is reason to
think that some food should le taken in the large
portion ofthe twenty-four hours which has elaps
ed since dinner. It is true, as Dr. Edwards says,
that the destruction of tissue does not goon
with the same intensity during sleep as while
we are awake, but, so far as we know, the ratio
of intensity has not been accurately measured,
and we are surprised that Dr, Edwards should
state it as four to one. Perhaps tho most inter
esting chapter of this little haud-book is the last,
which includes a good many comments on famil
iar kinds of food, which the reader may do well
to rememlier. A very savory dish, for instance,
is made of chicken liters, to say nothing of pac
defuiegra; but the author points out that In er
of alt auimals is apt to be infested with a parasite
w hich is iu isible to the naked eye. It is further
noted that tho blood of fowls contains much less
iron than of red-blooded animals, bnt three time
as much phosphorus. Chestnuts, it seems, are
much les indigestible than other nuts, all of
whloh, ho we er, like the different sorts of cheese,
though not easily digestible themseUes, aid the
digestion of other food. It is, we need not say,
an American habit to use butter at every meal,
including dinner. It is not improbable that our
varied climate, entailing the necessity of main
taining at all timesa store of caloric in the body,
is accountable for the custom. It is well to bear
in mind that a given quantity of butter will pro
duce ten times as much heat as the same quan
tity of fresh lean meat. Sufferers from consump
tion, who iisnally exhibit au aversion to the fat
of meats and to end-liver il can usually le
tempted with first-class butter. Snch patients
caii also le induced to take, iu the form of salad
dressing, a good deal of olive oil, which is one of
the niotd easily digested of the food fats. Of
mushrooms w are tola that, winie iiiey are not
totally dfoid of nourishment, jet they are so
jHHir iu nitrogen that we should need to consume
seven pounds of them per diem in order to obtain
the minium requisite amount of nitrogenous
elements. Lentils are more nutritious than (ea,
and the itntrithe value of eggs is great. .V. 1.
How Diphtheria May Be Detected.
Physicians in prhatc practice ns well as in
public employ say that almost etery ailment
noticed in a child is taken for diphtheria, aud
that ditditlieria treatment is often hastily admin
istcred by anxious parents in innocent ca.sesof
There are frequent calls at the ofllreofthe
Hoard of Health for a circular intended for free
distribution, and which contains instructions as
to what shonld le done when diphtheria enters
a honKeliold. An employe of the Board of Heath
sas that the most important part of this circu
is its description ofthe early symptoms ofthe
"Gieheed," he says in his interpretation of
this part oi the circular, "the moment you ob
serve signs in votir child of unwonted weakness,
fatigue or physical debility, particularly if it is
accompanied with a little fever. Make the child
frequently open its mouth, so that 3 on can ow
ner e iM'throat. It is in the throat that the lay
observer will first discover auy signs of diphthe
ria. Never mind how red and how much inflam
ed the throat appears. That does not indicate
the disease. But tho instant ou see a white
Ht and detect a bad odor, run for a doctor.
The white spot will grow. Other white spots
will appear, ami win eventually run xogeiner in
creat blotches if the disease is not cheeked. The
time to seek medical assihtance is before these
spots ran together." A. 1 . Snn.
Felons Boils. Simple Kemedy.
"Felons," which are Usually termed "Whit
low" by physicians, we believe, are very iain
fill and ottui a very serious affection of the fin
gers, generally of the last joints, aud often near
or uitoiviug the nan, as tne lingers are niucu
exposed to bruises, felons are quite common
amoni: those who constantly use their bands at
hard work. If allowed to continne, until mat
ter (pus) forms, and the jienosttam or bone
sheathing is affected, lancing is necessary; but
if taken 111 time, a simple application of Copal
Varnish, covering it with a bandage, is highly
recommended. If the Varnish becomes dry aud
unpleasantly hard, a little fresh Varnish may
lie applied from time to time. When a cure is
effected, the varnish is easily removed by rub
bing into it a little lard, and washing with soap
and water. Dr. A. II. Ishaiu details, in Mnlical
Acir, a number of cases of its application with
uniform sncc.es, where formation of pus had
not previously occurred. Iu two cases, there
was apparently a combination of the "ran-
around' with the icion, ami in au 01 them tnere
was swelling, redness, heat, aud great pain.
He suggests the use of Copal Varnish for felons,
"run-arounds," boils, and any local acute in
flammatieu of external parts. American Agrt-
An Off-Hand "Way to Measure an Acre.
Few fanners know the size of their fields or
how many acres they contain. Afield of the
writer's, before it came into his possession, had
been plowed and reaped by contract for fifteen
acres. On measuring it, it wasfotiu'd to have
bnt tnelte acres. It is desirable, in fact, indis
pensable for good work, that a fanner shonld
ki ow how many acres each field contain, for
otherwise lie rannot apioriiun seed or manure
for it, nor can he'tell how much time it should
require to be plowed. A measuring cord should
be rart ofthe furniture on everj fann. To make
one, procure sixty-seven feet of strong rope, one
inch around; make a loop or fasten a ring or a
bar at each end, and make these precisely sixty
six feet apart. Then tie a piece of red rag in
tiie centre. One arre of ground will be a piece
four of the cords (chains) long and two and one
half wide, equal to sixteen by ten rods, making
160 square hmIs te oue acre. The advantage of
the ring or loop is mat one. person can measure
alone, by drhiug a stake in the ground to hold
the rope while he stretches it out. The rope
shonld lm soaked in tar and dried, which will
prevent it from shrinking when wet.
It is a oinlar error to stipposethst ivy grow
ing on the walls of a house makes it damp. The
attachment of iy to walls, so far from injuring
them and causing dampness, is au advantage.
If the walls are dry when planted, ivy will keep
them so. If damp, a the plant overspreads
their surface the dampness will disappear.
Where dampness prevails iy sucks out the
moisture, and its thick foliage will prevent the
access if rain to the structure; aud thus it is
not ouly a remover, bnt apreieutie,of damp
ness. The only danger attending the planting
of ivy ou bnihluigs is where fisures occur in the
wallS, in which case the shoot and roots will
enter, and, if left nttdistnrled, theirgrowth will
soon begin to tell niton the building, and will,
by increase of grow th, "push against the sides of
the opening, thereby enlarging it, and eventu
ally so weaken the wallas to cause it to fall.
Where the wall is souud there is no snch dan
ger, for the plaut does not make fissures, al
though quick to discover them.
Most Hkaltht Heatixg. In forty govern
ment schools in Saxony, observations have latrly
been made as to the temperature, carltonic acid,
and iMnisturettf the air with different kind of
beatiug hot water, air and stove. It is proved
that air heating gies the best results; the least
variation of temperature, much the least pnqMtr
tion of carltonic acid, as measnred iu the middle
ofthe room, at the height of a table, and the
smallest variation in both of the other ynteiu
How to Iav DrsT. The dust issuing from
flwceniu!? is at all times disagreeable, aud often
positiely injnrieus to delicate lnugs. Won't
yonau ue gui 10 sunn uuw 10 uv in a wn
who has tried it, savs to mix up Indian meal
with water iu it will be crumbly, and sprinkle
the carpets; it is jnst nice, No dust arises
above the chairs, and hardly any as high as
that. Sawdnst is more economical, but not
quite so good.
Liuirr axt Liqciim. It has lately been no
ticed that liquors kept in colorless bottles expo
sed to the light soon acquire a disagreeable taste,
while those contained in brown or green bottles
remain nnehaoged even if placed in direct sun
light. The effect Is dne to the chemical action
of light, and liquids liable to similar change
shonld be preserved in red, orange, yellow or
green bottle the colors excluding the chemical
SoMETuixa Always Ready to Mexd China.
Mix a little lime with the white of an ts to
use it, take a sufficient quantity 01 tne egg 10
mend one article at a time; share off a quantity
of the lime and mix thoroughly ; apply qnickly
to the edires. and place firmly together, when it
soon sets and becomes strong-. Calcined plaster
of Paris w ill answer in the place of lime.
Crlakotoru will remove paint from a gar
ment or elsewhere, when benzole or btsalphide
of carbon fails.
Oprrmu. with Earrzr Pn KWI,
Liirr, B.rrl, ' P.rf. .f Ibr nkin.
Ne.lr.IULz. AbMrkiac. ..4 Kxprlll.i .11
Hcr.rul.o. Co.crr.". Ciiktr
Tfc. ruic ftf mod fc cmin RU, mnd cwiDC . lifn pbyBlrirai
totpitiU. isdall otber mrtlMl tad muni. tU. cuf ol.
or Ktoo' EtII. bo4nbr brflia:rv lkrra. OU .tTra. Milk
Lrjc airmuUl AffrrtMNM. Erpdpf-lM. Tumors. AWinm,
Uibntln. Loil, K..l Puiatnu. Bnfbt'a IHarus ffut-
IKK .1 uie KUnrr. antf urrr, bkobimnb, vwMioiKm,
PllM, IlraprjnU, and a3 ltthns ul Sraly
Of tke ttin 4 Sr!p ! felt EWobi. rHiU Tet
tr. Clsram Kirl-ra Itch. SrAid IIruL Itrbior PUm.
mui b VvApmns utl Torturing numort trim a plnpl.
t. a arrufolitic ulrrr. when Ju-itttl by CLTtCi u mn4 Cln
CCKA Soxr, the trot SUn Currs.
A aw, nuckuseaUe atcdkfasl Jr&jr. clean off &n ex-
ternal erwence or moot. iiotDors. twjiJrauM.lDoO
flesh. IartnUj allajs lUhincs and IrnUtiuDs, Nofteoa,
Suuthes. awt JleaU. WvrthlU wcli-bt la ruU fur all lul-
iVvniit.It rui1-t- TUtli ttJ Xnmerr Sunaflr Wtx.
grant with delicioas Cower alor aisl braling lUUani. Con
tiiiUiaiiKsliflMftiTTamntlTirtorofCtTKTtlheinTat Skin Core, an4 U fuduienaable in tbe trratoect of kin
and Kralp Vier, moA fur retUiriinf. prei-rtb.. and
WauUfrUi- tbe rvtnplcxSoa and ftkio. The only Mmhcisal
Catktra ItxxEMEs art tho only real curatives ftr dia
eM of the bfcln. bcalp and Blood.
PtWw rrnau ILckolvxtt. f 1 Ter Mottles Crrorti.
50c per box: lairfcuxe.l. Ctrntl.EAMxt.irBLTonJT
ISOar.XjC ilrTCiuwHjAhouAiiJauou&r.i.jc. sow
rriacipal depot, WEEKS ft. POTTEE, Button, Uaaa.
Sanford's Radical Cure.
The Grenl American BnUnmle DifUItI
f Wllch Ilnsel, American Flae. Cana
dian Kir, .Tlar. gold. Clover
XXI id, etc..
Forth Immediate IMiff and rerniaoect Core of every
form of Catarrh, from a simple Head Old or Influenza to
tho Loos of l-wurlt Tate and Heart n Coab, Rrunrhitia,
and Incipient tnnniptiott. Indum-d by 1'byidrUna,
ChemUta, and MtdieaJ Journal tbroncbout the worli., a
tbe only complete external and internal treatment.
One bottle judical Care, one box Catarrhal Nil rent and
Sanford Inhaler, all in one pacVage, of all drnggtsta, forf 1.
Aik for Saxroua ILadkmx Citul.
aprC WEEICSi POTTER. lU-iton.
fientle, yet enWUre, united with
Healinc Balaam, rentier COLLINS'
VOLTAIC ELECTRIC TLAS
TEIIS oue hundred times superior
to all other Td&stcra for ereir Tain.
U eta. bold rrerywbere-
Iht vuijortty of Of Ult ofth humam
body srin rem a derangement of the
UvCTt affecting both tho itomeuh anoZ
botrtlt. In order to effect a cure, It It
necessary to remove Oiocauoe. Irregu
lar and SlnggUh actton o f the 3ouii,
quire auUtanco to enable Utit organ to
throve off Impurities.
rrtcfclr AJi Ulllcraaroetpoetallu
compounded for thUjmrpuo. Xheumro
mild in their action and effocHo at a
eurtl artpteatant to the tatto and taken
eattly by both children andadultt. Ta
ken according to direction!, they art a
General Dcblllt y.HaUltoal con.
stlpatlon, Diseased Kidneys,
etc., etc. .4 a Blood Partner (Aty
an tupertor to any other medicine:
tleanetng the tyttem thoroughly, and
imparting new life and energy . in
valid, lilt a medicine and not am
mi tmi maun m rticw ui iirmt,
fUOLI ASH BITTERS ta,S0LE FROPRinOM
BuLoois and " Qtj, kto.
- MBS. LTDE& L FIRIHiH, OFLYKH, MASS.,
LYDIA C. PINKHAM'8
ItwtJJeor eatirrly tho vorU f ona of Famala Cont
H'It. f Tl TTlTnTf-1JnT''""ieat' and Cloaea
Uon, laQlBa; awl tlj;loneiiU, andtbo eooaayionx
tpUwkl Tttbmt, and la particuiarlr adapted to tho
Cxc of Ufa. J
It vlS Uaantra aadeciwltinaonfrataiirtarBlta
an early aUcvcf dVrtfunarat. The Uodencjtoeaa
eigxmbHortLrTUcbeJTtrytrpcgIllllaa. It ituwTta f alatneet, Catcary, deatroyoaa crartDtf
(orftlmolanta. uvVn&cTifWMkMM oftteiaatnaea.
It cure noaUnc. HlcJr, 5rrooJ FroatntVw,
Canertd IUlt; SlwiinsoM pepatai and IadJ
ffeatioc That fceUmj of brartiig titrwn, eant&c puXvefghl
ami ladn-to, it alwayi rrofcaeaUy corad tyltanaa.
It m at an times aad naj&r an dreamataaeti act la
oarsKmy with the lawi that rorara the tcmala ijitaB.
For tba raraof ddixT CUrpUiata cf ctthar asx Uda
Gtamponnd Im nnen-Tajatrd.
LVDIA . I'lNUnAMM VXCrTABL CX
POOHia pr.mM& at S3 aad 13 Vaatera Xvmsmb,
Lron,Xa. rrioetL Slabottlfort9. BaotbyinaC
lata form of pffla, W la tba form of loanncas, oa
nodi of pck, Itperbcx foe either. Xi. Finkhaa,
frvtraQraaiIkWcroflaqBlr7. lead for pamph
IK. Addrvea a. ahowtt. Jfiraf M UUa TUptr.
ISamUy tbarxU twitnoetLTClAZ. rXXXHASTt
LITE: riLZA. Thtr m conaCpaUon. TiTTlrriaiaai,
aad turyioitj of tLa ltrr. 3 cwti par box.
faT MoU by all lirnarciafa. t
JU ligonflai Kealdn flut RmrlftoxkAL
.Thn ocbclotxs compooad f Ctarr. Botha aad
many other of tnebcaTegeuUamedkmeaknowa.
ooxa Female CoarpLunfi NervooiDCaft. WakcniL
Beat, and all tfaoedcavrftJxbowilBraactitTiecr,
LidarjrKiaats aad vuwy organs.
PaH be aartiune bjmoos w Gmger Tout or for
abilaretobctporctnc. Tr it or ask your nek
friead to try tt TODaT.
50c. and 3i stxs at drocrav tam umaf
bttynedoCarsue. Scad for cvoiltf to fCtcox &
Cot, 163 WtUam Sotct. X. V.
Ba&saes the most fasuhoiis as ajerfett Kan Ra
toreraad Oressisc. Soldbyaa dealers tadrugs
f wry mJ St-
tar IX0U5T0S OOLOCVX as
Acntala ante Nervous
BKtaana u nr ?52iS UTatn
I Ulutratad boo cittt ptfot fMaifaud?
HAKB1S REMEDY e0.,1iS&.
arCa ClWha mmt mmt. mmr. mt
PaCf.HARfiiS PaSTUI IEME0T
Mark I a -r aalMa la mtm wnj u , jij
"y-fcy 1 '' j -. r-TZS
$5 to $20 SS&a-B'l55SBiS2
J. P. DAVIS, Pre.
HOME OFFICE : HIAWATHA, KANSAS.
It the only Mutual Lire .Association offering absolute protection in old age.
tixe xr,,js- -yis- COST.
Apclicy of il JOO il tut II10O. A nJirjr el ROM rtl n4 11S.M. UrJkal aumiutaai not U M4 HM.
"JIJ" """ "abJ, fM of B.I wia be chjrjl
T H?JP "K ft "JP1"" tL Aauriation, lauail dim wUI 1- rrnuirrj. a. Wlo .!
rpaaaPtairT0ftI0... . -.... . 13.00
upco.i'rfkT.fnouj... "i""";;. m
T par dfath claima awl nptrtatiua ludranil.r. a Ittjt m be mie nnoo neb TJkt iwUer eecorthz toaniitrf
Brtwrnthrafraof IaulsS enn
Ert.r.atL.axt.oriSaiiil.O..... "" " j M
ucivr.ntn.acca .III ana ...H.. ....... .
Brt.rrn the aera of 51 and S3 ... ..... ... .
Brt.rratn.actaafSand6H . ...
Tnaddltlannirfl,eUfairarnaaaniBrntt.nrrsrnar.rrunrctlnx mr. l'ol-T -hollfr. litlnj U i
af riprrtanrr. if b. or ahr rbooara In annrDOrr nia ar brr 1'obrT. will bar. rrfamlrd tbe uaul nald Wutb I'ulitJ
meder: Int. tb Trraaarr .pan dralb claim, and tiprcurloa InirmmlT. Addrraa
Dry Goods, Notions,
HATS AIYD CAPS, BOOTS A.D SHOES,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, &c.
All Goods Sold at the Lowest Figures.
THE HIGHEST 3IAHKET PRICE PAID FOR BUTrEH AX1) ES.
RE31EJIBEK, ITE IT 1 1. 1, NOT BE l.DEIOI,D. Uir.li It, -rf.
Eeal Estate and Abstract Office,
JOSEPH F. 1IAJHPSOIC,
Ileal Entiito Vgcnt, Vljstractoi-, mitl Notrtrj- JPuUlIc,
TROY, KANSAS. OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
Lands bouebt and sold. Titles examined and Abmtrart
lind af leal docniueuU, par taxes, and do a grneral collet-tins
act, ui AinuN, inmu wi .uo -uii.j, 4. cwn 10 utt me ui guauaniee MUnuainu. Jwrre4poniicnce aunicueu. janieu.
CURES DYSPEPSIA, IHDICEST10H, HEADACHE & BILIOUSNESS. g
- ftZMZEBMlTIT BROWN HIEDICIMB reic o.ivnnrciivM. i
sTryitNowl ,esza st ul rKSKsaa Mever Fails!
IjtNTLiJII'.Ni 1 hiTo uMtui r. Maktx a luut
lire years In medldne. Iuto nsTcr foand anjrtnlnf to gtvo the results that Du. IIaktxk's
; does. In many cases of Senous lTostratloB. Female Diseases, Dyspepsia, and an lm
rendition ,f the blood, this peerless remedy, has In a 7 hands, made soma woadei-fal cares.
I BOX ToMC don
Ttoverlfhed condition of the blood, thla rveeH
Cases tnat hate baf2el some of oar most eminent
jvoir rrnni . 1 ymruirc it ia pTicmMT w uva nrqiMuwu hmuc, iu uvea- ama-ii . fomTMUB.i
a Uk. llAKTIK's Iaox TOXIC ft a neressltT la my practice. i. EOBEET 8A M CEL3.
St. I-on. Mo.. Nov. :ttth. IW. SIM Wash Atmb.
It Tires color to tMf biood.
natural ttHUttif tone to I
the d Iff entire organs and I
nervous sitntem, making
U applicable to General!
nobility. Loss of Uppe-
ttte, 1'rost ration of Vital
Jorers and ImvoUHoeJ ,
MANUFACTURED BTTHEDR.HARTER MEDICINE CO.. 213 N.MA.N STST. LOUIS.
ALWAYS TAKE THE
B. & M.J?. R. R.
Examine map and tune tables cart fall r. It will dm seen
that this line connects lib tbe B. li.4. J. K. 1L ;
lu fict. they are nntler oue management,
and taten together, form what
ia callod tbe
SHORTEST AND QUICKEST LIXE TO
Chicago, St. Louis, Peoria,
DesJIoines, Rock Island,
AID EXPECl.tl.l.Y TO ALL 1'OI.KT."
IOWA, WISCONSIN, INDIANA,
ILLINOIS. MICHIGAN, OHIO.
nintariL aDTAsraoKi au:
TLroacb Coaches from Nebraska to destination on C It.
1Q.K.R. Ho transfers; cbanp from C B.
it. y. K. it to connectin lines all
made in Union Depots.
CA BE HAD
Upon application at aar station on too road. .Agents ar
also prepared to check baezasethronsh; (.ire all informa
tion aa to rates, routes. Unie. wuoect'ons, etc-, and to se.
cure alpin car acrom modal tons.
This Company. engaged on an Sxteaslon which will
NEW LINE TO DENVER
aad all points in Colorado. Thit ex tension will be comple
ted and ready fur bmdneoa In a few month, sod tbe public
can then enjor all tbe adTsntage of a tbronxb ha bet wean
Pea Tar aadCbica;.. all under one management.
X. S. TCUST1S,
Crn'I Ticket A feat.
Tab. It, l&tn. OilAUA, NEC
J. B. BYERS,
Green Trent, ifaln Street, Sou of PuWiV Square,
TROV, s t : t 1 ItA.SAJJ.
DIEAIKn IIr FinSTiCLAriS
Ami Gonrral Ansortmrut of
ALL HOTS OF BDHTRIEB AND EEPAffiffiS DCHE.
Also, always keeps oa hand a emplcte stock of
E' XT -FLINTI T XJjEt 1E1.
1AII r.mIar .Snara. worda and laaaia. SO eta. Inn
Comic Kong, words and matte. 30 rta. f OO Sentimental
auaga, wonisand taate. 30ta. iwmd taTorlte !mcs,
words and nnur, 30 ets. 1 On Opsra Jrwapa. words and
MBSie, SO eta. JOO Home Suw, worda aad maaic. 30
eta. ls)0 Irish Snra, words and motJe. 30 eta. IOO
Xthiopiaa Son, words aad mnaie, 3d eta. IOO Scotch
Sones. words aad senate. 30 cts. Aar fr of the abm4
lota lor One DoUar. All of tho ahore for Two IMlare. The
aboTo eompriaaa nearly all of the moat popular moaio ever
pubtiahed. aad la tho host bai-Faia rrer offered. Order at
one. Paxtare stamps takes, llaaoettea, TioUaa, Geitan
and Kaaieal iBatraatoau at tow prireL
UdaeAm. Wsrli Xanf. Caw, ttO .Xsasst 8L, Xrw Tart.
North Sid. PnUic Square,
HanannnaWa. taaronffnlT aYcrkanlad and raoair
ad, and la aratclaaa In crarr rcapwt. It ia canTmimt
Uta. St Joaph & Wntrn ;
: Drpnt, and kneka
wiihaU tralna a. tka Atcnlaon X.kraaka Kail-
road, nt Tray Jnnatwo. Ckarrra raaaanakU.
v.uaa. iuu di , nnmr.
TJT. Dmnnart. Oak. XasajT).
OOESZZ MADT AJTD JUli STEIETS,
(One Bleti forth efVnion DeeeU
8t aToaaexaXA. TVT1aaoiAxX.
THIS Hatal U Mamiant U the JCaOrand Oapata. and
tna knalaaaa part af tfc. ritr. Tk. naaaa ar, aoaaftN
nUaaal.ril fnrnlakad. ti. keda clan, and tin taU. np.
pUadvUn thanks la tta mark - Ckar-a. raaanukla.
riuua u. uuui, nrpnanr.
A WEEK. U.daTitnnBaMaOTeadL Cottle
Omit 1 lira. AdiraaaTcniCx. Aaruta,ltala.
J. E. MOOX, S.
, tl oA U.uJ at oaf thus, rr-ulir oirmbrpjilp fr. .01 b.
... . "" " uo
" ' " "LI"" "' TOO
fontinhnl with nnuniJiiMM i.l lMniath W.11 mwhI all
lUfiaa, liarinc nearly finibrd iut new and romplete
' A. eoasMftoHoa f TVa.
Uxrid Iron. iVrwoiaai
Bark atut laaaasAAnca ta
a palatable form. The
ovuifprparaium of tron
that trill tut Uaeken I7w
tothr iron preparafiots.
loticln my pracUce. aa4 In an experience of
pnjtldans, have yielded to this jnrtl an4 tocompsr-
OOCTM.WKT roriK-r of tbe rldie Square. Tmy. Ksn
e mmrn, totmu roont-v, uoy nots at-ii excitative on pnnct
pal ciuea. bur aud aeU County Warranto. (JuM. Stiver. a,c.
and receii-e Depuaits. 11UVEK, ill.Od.
J. C. MYERS,
T KSIPEXT DEXTIST. Tivr. Kan-as. rromnt at
JJkf tentiotr cireu to all branehra of the profession. Office
it residence, two doors east of liibv lloiue.
Will Tiait leTeranc on tho third Monday of eah month,
and White Cloodoa tbe fourth Monday of eaeb ntoath.
fimmvjvrtg. 1. Irons.
JOHN TV. WADE, M. D
liYMCIA.N AM) SUIUSEflX, Tn.r. Kmu-
M- ORice. urth iIe
laideur ou tbe Mit-Uoo
DR. B. 5. CASH,
Pl'IirSICIAX AND STJFUIEOIT. temlers his yraft
ainal senrirea to tberiUfens of Troy and Ywtnitj
Olfie on the corner west of LcLumI a store. XIuotTL
DR, R. L. WOOD,
PHYSICIAN AKD SCKGEUX,
tST U. S. Kixmlninc Sarceon.
WM. EKlUn, M. rt. , M54MOKE, K. D.
REEDER & DINSKORE,
PI1YMCIAXS AND SURGEON'S. Iiarinff formed
ro-pattu-nh.p In tbe practice of Medicine scd S
f.rj, wouM leaprctfuUr olTrr thtir prafeMio-ial imtk-m!
theritlzeoaof Troy and aurroumlinj; country. itrSreou
door auatb of Byers Hardware Store. 1 lapi73.
WIEEIAM H. COE, M. D
IITSICIAX AND SL'KGEO.V, Donipaan, Ktnaa.
J. J. BAKER,
A TTOBNKV AT LAW, Tioy, Kansas. Offlee with
a. juofe rnrfu ZJokbKI.
, U BTl O. T. WOOD.
RYAN & WOOD.
A TTOUNETS AT LAW, Troy, Kansas. OTce first
a.auurBinooi iok, upauurs. lXiSnSS.
W. D. WXB1U KOHT. WILKIXSOL
WEBB & WaXKIKSON, "
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Troy. Kaao.. O.T!co or
Van Uuikirk A Rreekeorble a store.
Jlr. Webb will bo In Troy Friday and J.tuiday of eso
week, nntd he rmwrea hrre pennaiiently. lvmchn.
S. L. BY AN.
A TTOKSET AT LAW. ANIIBEAL ESTATE AKD
. CULLECTIUN'AUEXT.Trrancr.Kaoaaa. lrobatr
ItarlK-e a feprrtallr. I la.r0.
W. B. 'WOOD,
. TTOiatZT AND COU.VSELOI: AT LAW. Tree
THOS. XV. IIEATiEr.
A TTORXEr AT UW ANO XOTARr rCBLIC.
n. umce in u loan uoiu lor. &aaaa.
ATTORSET AT LAW. Tr.j, la!,li. Cmtj
. TTOnNT.T AT LAW, Tnr, Kanaaa. OSc. aoata
aiu. ui inuuc qiuu.. Vjaai,,
A TTORSEV AT LAW. Trer. Kanaaa. WID prartlta
X. In tha MT.ia Carta .f tli. Mat.. 3reli7e.
PIERCE & HEATH.
A TTORXETS AT LAW. Win nrartlr. In AUtilamL
J. JrflVraon. Duoipban. and adjuam loaatiM. Offir,
MprBrr4th and Ccmtnrreial btrrala, arcr WcLara. AteaJ.
a, n.anaaa. jaaaia.
T. H. DRENNING.
TTOIfET AT LAW. Watlioia. Kanaaa. ADlrtu
a. DuauwM wui D. caruauj aiirncm i 3aaa.
J. A. CAMPBEEX.
BTOTAKY rUEIJC. Srvi-raaer. Kiuu. Cnmetlmw
i. 1 done, and remiltaurea prvtnptly made, Pveda, MocV
F;i. ana triorr inMrnmenia 01 wniuiz; properiT srawa.
iioaiBetta suurixeu. isieoex
R. Id. -WTLXIAMS.
TOTART PUBLIC. COXVKrAXCEK. ASD RKAt,
1.1 raut. Arret. Whit. CloaJ. Kanaaa. Taiaa paj) f.r
DMk-rcaidrnu. Unda ferat. and aalea af raal Uta ntad.
as naaonabl. raira. fnxaTl.
ACCTIOXKEE, Ttot. Kanaaa. W31 attract aaba In
all parte af tha Cenaty. Cnarfm raaaonabaa.
TTOrSK AXDORN-AUEXTAL PAHTlXO,PAPrE
AA uansla. Calainilniinr. ac. da. prmnnilr. Snop la
Tiwrbeaa anrriara bnOdiaf. Tnr, a"aaaaa, liaprf L
lirnwuhto I oa
(rawVrzttanle. for V fw
U ytw yruM to Car-,
dan for Ammaettiecl f GARDENINQ
,'onlTrald'e i FOR PLEA8URH
All r rirtEB tuuttnzBMON,
Oar CoabisoA Ctttlormt ot
I PETER HENDERSON &C0I
nmm A '
Cfd d Toek im yovr ow ton. Torva aaA IS watflt
$00 fro. daatILlUujrriftCorortnaa4;iUJa.
- - lal aatl JakTal nrnVacaanpnaiann ar. I
Addnaa WU WAW A CO., Ualriaaa. Ma.
LELAND'S BRICK STORE
(XORntWEST CORXEIl.rTBUC SQUAKE.)
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, GROCERIES
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Forst & Bradley's Garden City Cast Steel
uvaiors, suisy itakes, lianlen Beetts, &c, mc
Highest Market Price for Country Produce, in Exchage for Goods.
XIi GOODS SOLD AT
r5 -n I
D. Co SINCLAIR.
Agent for Ajers', Jajnes', and all other Patent Medicines.
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED, DAY OR NIGHT.
Physicians' Prescriptions and Family Receipts
carefci.lv prepared at a i. i. Tinea.
AH the Standard Patent Medicines. Druggists' Sundries,
YHDffl .' AND EVERYTHING TO TO BE FOUND IN A FIRST-CUSS DRUG STORE.
DONIPHAN, - - - KANSAS.
IK,Y O- OODS. 2XOrJriOTNTS8,
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
GROGE.R3ES & PROViSSOSwS,
Cigars, Tobacco, Hardware, Tinware, Queensware,
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIOINTEEY.
All Goods Sold :it the Liiwcst tijnircs, but for Cife1i,nr its Kqnirak'iit, Only.
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR BUTTER AND EGGS.
Jddo VS. lfl-
rvtiiraerj U " -aa
and Prices. Addross D. LANDRETH & SONS, Philadelphia.
Kendall's Spavin Cure!
It Cures Spavinx,
Sjdints, Cuibs, Iting
bones, and all similar
Mcmislies, and remove
the buncb nitbout blistering.
7 W KENMLCSW
We feel positive that every man can have perfect success in every
case if he will only use good common sense in applying KENDALL'S
SPAVIN CUBE, and persevere in bad cases of long standing. Bead
below the experience of others.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Wilton, Mian., J ha., lltb. 1831.
B. J, Kkidall a, Cck, GnU UvIdt at hone book
of jm bj uall a year , th co&traU of blh cotsUnVnlad
m to try KcadaQ'a Spavin Can oa Um hlad lz f '
mj horr, which waa W41j svoDvb, aal eo14 not b r
darrd bjao other rmwlr, X fettwobottlVoof KradalTa
SparlaCoroof rrcftoa it Lodtlath. lrotsiu of Wawfa,
whkh rospll; oirM nrborM. About flto ytx no.
I ha4 ft Uirf jaar oM ca.tawraiMt rerj ltr. I 0-i
year remedy aa r la yoor book without rowalisg, and I
noat mt to vonr ctmIU that tha colt la votirvly rnr"l.whirb
im a aarpriai not a-alr to mTatlf bat alw to mt Brixbbora.
Yoa aDtDt 110 book fori bo trill toe nam of 25 mt aad
if X eoabl not vt aootbef lika It. woakt not tat twenty
flfodo.Ura Turit. Yoarstrolr.
Kendall's Spayin Cure!
Arm. Hich, Deeom Wr Snb, 1 K). 1
PR. H. J. EktvaIX A. Co iiettt I fnl yoa o& dollar
fr yoor "Kendall Sparia Can.". U tmmmr, wfafeb
rurvd a be ajiaTiB with half a bottb. Tbo bout liaJawnt
I CTr bard. Yoora re-pw-tfuDT,
WMbloEtooTfll. Ohio. Jane 17th. 19K.
DlH J. KETDALLJLCttuOeaU Kmlmr TMr mAwmr
tifwi.t la Turf, Firtd aad Farm, of Kendall a spavin Car,
and barta a Taliubl and aprdy bonw wfakb bad btn
lata) fnmifrpaTia fwr eighteen bioutba. I trot to vwa for a
bcttlftby esprrna, wlikbia MX rk m-iovM alf limfm
sttd BUnrrtit,aBd a largo uplutt from asnt brr boras, aai
bthtk lxir-r ar todar sa mxnd mm roll. Tbo bottlo
waa worth to aia od hundred d'JLm.
II. A. BEKTOLSTT, V. V.
Kendall's Spayin Cure!
OS mJHXS FLESH it hu been ascertained by repeated trial, to be the rerj belt lini
ment erernied for any deep-seated pain of long standing, or of short duration. Also far
C0BHS, BUHIOHS. FE0ST-B1TES, or any braise, cat or lameness. Soma are afraid to ns
it oa human flesh simply because it is a horse medicine, bnt yon shonld remember that what
is good for BEAST is good for MAN, and we know from experience that "KEHD ALL'S
SPAVHT CUBE" can be used oa a child one year old with perfect safety. Its Effects ar
wonderful oa hsman flesh, and it does not blister or make a sore. Try it aad be eonrinced.
WHAT IS GOOD FOR BEAST IS GOOD FOR MAN.
Bead its EficcU on Human Flesh!
ITatarLt. TimI KejtL. ?th lrjn
Sparln Cnra 1 n.rcnaw4 et yea. ban cnrW m. af n .rrr
laaa. tati (after aaloi alKa a.rrj tnlar W) ; tin reOrf
waa aMat Inatnnfc, 1 pat mIt rerj &ttl an st n tint..
anal ralVfJ tt in .ill I raaaUrr It IW brat Ilnlmrat tor
nun ar lor attant. 1 weU not i. mtbnt it tor tea
laoot tba aaMat It tau.
Tamratralr. BlEAit IJEIB.
Kendall's Spavin Cure!
Snarlns. Salinta. Cuba,
Xbanantlaai In nnma, iai
in, or m romeee tar nonr rrawtn
Kuan Upmiaa. Swrllinn. any
aaa fnf am iihi. f i nil T n I
far aaan tree uad. artuir natnL ana v.t nrtm in
aana.narfla.jrnr. " ".r-'a.jniu
. 'nWna 4raaa far IHaatrated Orralar. .biab Uink traa maiUra rroet tt Ha rlrtaaa. 3T raaW. baa ...
Ubanrbna1nnllnaanxe.t.amrbnandraiarbaatMwahMaan; """ -" X.otJ nna (Tar Bat
rrina.lpOTbrtUavOTalbottlalbr3. Au.Uitailikittrnirrt(it...allv,-.iu-. .i
awaa.rarWptn'arla.bTtbpTl- ". jot, or u win a. aal an mj U-
J)r. B. J. XETOUt & CO, liailjnrsk .Ml, 7
SOLD BY AJJIj DRUGCH8TS.
TS A1NT .S
HATS AND CAPS,
riows, of all descriptions. 'Walking Cnl-
THE LOWEST PRICES.
C X.dmim.mZmiJmmriDr TX.
l SOLD CHEAP.
- G3 - xsa:,
To every man's door. If our
SEEDS aro not sold In your
town, dropusa Postal Card for
Handsome Illustrated Catalogue
For man it ia non
known to he one of tbo
Ix'Ht, if not the beat lint
xnent over discuvered.
OaaonU, Now York. Jta tk. IBl.
BarlT kat Aoancr. Mratra. B. J. Koodan m. Co.. of Kbo.
Borfh'Talla. Vt.. nad a rootrart with tka palUhr of
tho fetst tor m balf-nnlarao adrtrl.MmtBt for ewo jamr. Mt
tinf Stria tba VH-rlta of Kfodalla SpaTli Car. At (bo
mhm tim wa orcnril from tbo Una a a nan tit t of booka.
eDtitlodIr. KcmlaU a Trralia on tbo llorao aad hJa IHa
esse, wblrh wa art rirliig U adraaco jIb oUoribora
to tho lrs aa a pmw.au- ....
About tbo tlmo tha adTfrtlseturat fimt appeared la thla
pipor. air. 1. . lHcbnn-rboni. who rwudAo star CoUWi,
bad a apoflad bor4. llemd thadTMtUmaBt.aodooa
claddtatMttbffl03iyorthorrfBod.aItboasbhiafrirDdt laocbrd at bU w'-JrilitT Ho boosbt a bullla of KradjU a
hpaTin Cora, and comnitat-rd a-dni; it en tbo bora Ia ae-cordao-w
with tbo diraetiuo. and bo iafaneoii na tbU woatt
tbatUrffctlaBChicoiaplft4car that o mtpert bono
msa. who vzamtiml tba aalaal rre-utlr, rould fiad ao traa
ofthoapaTlaortbopIaca wtmolt bad bo loratM. Mr.
Sebfrnmborn baa aiare wfnnd a copy afKoadaira TrwUlaa
aa tbo llorao and bta Iirato. which ho priioa Tcrj bf jbly,
aad world bo loth to pait with at any pneo, tf ha coold not
Xt aaothar copj. So mach for aJffrtiaiDj rclLablo artirloa.
Z.Hsjm ITaad. Erio Coaatj. Ohio. Mar. 3, lKf .
Da. R J. KrTDiu. A. Co- GnUil ho ad ytr
"Kendall a Sparta Caro"oa ft bono apoTlo, aad ftm plaad
to report that It baa takta tbo osIarjceiotTBt eoojpIat4lT off.
It tiMkovlyano bottlo to pr farm tb rara. Xancwa&dtat
If It l proporlj na. It will do all joa claiia lor It.
Yvuratnuy, C. M.LXC0LX.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
nftmiltoa. Mo , J aaa 14th. 1191.
E. J.KTiitxACn,Gita Tb!a la to certify that I
havo eai-d Kendall a ipavlc Care, and bar Smad U to bo
all It t rreomnindrd to bo. and lu fart bm to.. I havo
rrawred by awns tbo abort?: Callooa. Bono Snarloa. Eibj
fconea, bpbota, aud raa cbeerfa&y trotlfy vA roomftend
it to bo tbt bMt tbisic for aay lxt aabataaro I hart otot
Bard, and X hart tried many, aa I hara aoado that asy atody
faryaara. Eo-pactfaBy yor.
P. T. CSX1T.
Grtreaaad. I L, January. IOT.
2. i. XuoaLL Co, GuU-1 wiah to add my taUa--y
ia tha etopkyafUa lVMpwt Park aodCMe'rlaUad Eail
rood.aad fro y ear very bodlr thla Wfaler. 1 aalTorod
Latcaoa pain oatil Mr. laaJT applied oar Iiaiaioat to thaaa.
It car aaa absent tatUaat tVbet aad by apptrtaj- It twjeo
day far ooo woek. ft reotored tho oar to tta orittaaJ alxa. u4
1 kaT bad b UnUo with it daro. X ral vary rratof al to
too. aad would totiaimad XaodalTo Sparia Car to ail
M- froat-bitoa. Town Um!y,
ar any aanrr rniarzroaeai u nnaa tot aararal dmauh u
Lanaaneaa an an jBlarrrmrat. .f lb. Jaiata Uaba. ir
I li i i I r i I i 1ti.- .- . T "
Ila crta. Xtlanaf.9 msntl. .. r.f. .-TrT.!
i i i iiiniaaii.i . ii ni i' 'i " - ' .'"- - . - - . 'anjaanjga
rsma-tf-,irr.1.rTr, T.MjyyM- ,r .-r ,i r. i ,i -iT-i r rti or mWt rmlhWrrtmmWmmmMmMiimi n.. nan laiwi'Hl niVit'i I' I l"11" ' "F "- -,sT T2 TT
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