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LI:MO.,l Plr.--One lemon, ;one cup
sugar, yelks two eggs, three table
s5ir nsful flour, one cup sweet milk.
Beat whites of eggs and add to top.
MINCe PIr. wrrTHTr MEAT.--FivO
soda crackers, one cup seeded raisins,
juice of two lemons, rind of one, two
eggs, spices, nutmeg, cinnamon, etc.
AN (O)INAMENTAL BU.ANC MAN(R.
Make a corn starch pudding in the
usual way; when cold turn from the
lmnril and ornament with almonds
l)anrched, and serve either with cream
or floating island custard.
TurE following is a geood recipe for
raspberry vinegar: Pour overone pound
of bruised berries one quart of the best
cider vinegar; next day strain the
liquor on on-, pound of fresh ripe rasp
berries, bruise them also, and on the
following day do the same. Do not
sque 7zo the truit, only drain the liquor
thoroughly. Put the juice into a stone
jar and add sungar in proportion of one
p»nnd to a pint. When the sugar is
melted, place the jars in a saucepan
of water, which heat; skim the liquor,
and, after it has simmered for a few
minutes, remove from the fire, cover
MocrK-Tl'rlTTr.E Horr.-Scald and clean
a alf'H head, boil it, with the skin on,
slowly for an hour in about a gallon of
water. When cold, cut up the meat
into pieces an inch sPnare. Stew in
cream and water two poullndl of beef
and two of veal, with two ounces of
green sage and five onions (if desired.)
Aid these to the liquor, also the bones
of the head, a handful of parsley, a
salt-spoon of mace, the grated rind of
a lemon, and simmer all for three
hours. Strain it when cold, remove
the fat, restore it to the clean kettle,
thicken with a tablespoonful of flour.
Just before serving add eight or ten
hard-boiled eggs and the juice of a
lemon. Boil the brain foi ten minutes,
put them in cold water to cool, chop
and mix them fith four or five spoon
fuls of grated 'bread, salt, thyme, and
two eggs, roll them the size of an egg
aInd brown them in the oven and throw
them into the soup. Very good mock
turtle soup may be made of calves feet.
Four feet boiled in two quarts of
water and seasoned as above-all in
jurious ingredients common in cookery
books being left out.
CANNINO FRIfT.-The following de- 1
scription of methods is taken from a
prominent agricultural paper: " As to
cans, the simplest are the best. Those
of glass, witii glass covers, a rubber I
Imad !:::1 a t rew ring, are as easily
seaied ins lit y are unscahld, and can be
managed by any intelligent child of I
tw, lve or thirteen. The porcelain
lined caps are also good. A tin funnel, 4
just fitting into the neck of these, can i
be nemade for twenty cents, and with this I
the cnll may be tilled very rapidly, and
without spilling. As to fruit, it should
le perfectly fresh and sound, and care
fully picked over, so that no ill flavor I
injures' its quality when it comes on the
table. The tinmi of boiling the fruit
tshAuld vary so'rewhat with the kind,
ranging frim lire to thirty minutes, as I
follows: Cherries, 5; raspberries, 6; 1
blackberries, (;; plums, 10; wortle
berries, 5; peaches, whole, 15: peaches,
halved, S : pears, whole, 30: pears, I
halved, 20; pineapples, sliced, 15 ; ripe i
eurrants, ; ; grapes, 10 ; tomatoes, 30 :
,oosehlerries, 8 ; quiinces sliced, 15. 1
SThe fruit will keep just as well with- i
out sugar as with it, and many pre- a
ftr it without. Sugar always rises in 1
price during the preserving season, and a
we can wait till winter and then add a
eugar as well as to put it in now. In j
canning peaches, if two or three are
put in without removing the pits a bit- a
tcr almond flavor will pervade the i
whole can. As to the process: Place i
a very wet cloth in the dish-pan; set the a
jar in this, having previously rinsed it J
by rolling in hot water; place in it a
silver spoon ; put in the funnel and a
cupful of sirup first, then fill with fruit s
to the top. lemove the spoon, and set a
the jar where no draft of air can strike c
it. The friit should be covered with I
sirup. In ten minutes the jar will heve f
cooled and settled some, and they will c
ie ready to seal up. Fill them to the t
tep with stirup or hot water; put on the a
rubber, the glass cover and the screw a
ring. When the jars are cold, the cover
should be tightened again, and then c
set away in a cool, dark place." c
The Chinese Medical System. t
Tlhe medical treatment of a sick r
Chinaman in ('lcnatrwn merits the at- c
teution of all " Melican" doctors, with j
or withluiut a diploma. He had recently r
recovered from a sevetre fever, and, s
while hardly convalescent, had gorged a
hims:'lf liberally with the premature a
melons, abortive apples and mildewed d
grapes, which are so plentiful and "rea- a
sonable" in the Mongolian shops on a
Clay street. This diet did not seem to a
strengthen him, and in a few days he t
was curled up in his bunk with a terri- f
ble attack of cholera morbus. A great r
Celestial physicianu and astrologer was d
called, and the usual amount of broth f
from the eight rin of a black pig re- c
cuired to Ibe appliel to the patient's a
chest, but, strange to say, this did not c
seem to straighten him ,nut, as did not (i
the custoemary drancht of soup from c
the entrails ot a dried serpent. With a
great pomp thlie second Galhn was snm- 1
moerled; but a twig of Acadia, plucked t
when the m(crn was full, placed beneath d
the sick man'H pillow, failed to revive t!
him, and both from the fourth finger of a
the hand of a man was decapitated, ap- t]
plied to the sole of his foot had no ten
dlrucy to ease' his bowels. The doctors
said that their skill wa' in vain, as a god ti
wh m the mao had otTrded had sent h
devils to torment. N,,, after securing t<
the customary fees, they retired from tl
thlie field. The' evil spirts must be g
driven out, and to this end the pagan a
relatives seized every available weapon, P
from a tin pan to a blunderbuss. They a
raistd the most frantic and discordant n
cries, and the most terrible din with A
their weapons, they beat the empty air T
in hope of wringing a devil: all of t<
whlich the sllfftricg Ia:n1 militterel. 1 was o
without vtfl c't. '111i jos-st!rks were n
th u lighted in all quarte r's ,f th a
house, antd the household )'ed of rela n
good squar: meal. Tule sick man did ti
some tall cbow-chowiug. for his bowels w
yet yearned, but his moans grew feebler E
and his friends began to calculate the j a
weight and compass of his bones, when aI
in came a German butcher, attracted,
no doubt, by the pow-wow. He saw the
Ssituation at a glace, and scattering the
joss sticks right and left grabbed the
invalid by the collar and poured seven
spoonsful of whisky into his throat,
rubbed him down with a brick, and in
less than four minutes the dead man
Sarose, cursing vooiferously, and was
able to take up his bed and walk.-ASan
The Detroit Way.
It was the second time he had aooom
panied the young lady home from one
of those little social parties which are
gotten up to bring foad hearts a step
r nearer to each other?
SWhen they reached 'the gate she
asked him if he wouldn't come in. He
Ssaid he would, and he followed her into
the house. "It was a calm, still
t night," and the hour was so late that
he had no fear of seeing the old folks.
SSarah took his hat, told him to sit
down; and she left the room to lay off
her things. She had hardly gone be
fore her mother came in, smiled sweetly,
and dropping down beside the young
man she said:
" I always did say that if a poor but
rrespectable young man fell in love with
Barah he should have my consent.
iHome mothers would saoriflce their
daughter's happiness for riches, but I
I am not of that claw."
t The young man gave a start of alarm.
I He didn't know whether he liked Sarah
f or not, and he hadn't dreamed of snch
fa thing as marriage.
) "She has acknowledged to me that
4 she loves you," continued the mother,
S" and whatever is for her happiness is
f for mine."
The young man gave two starts of
Salarm this time, and he felt his oheeks
"I-I haven't- " he stammered,
Swhen she said:
S" Oh, never mind. I know you
haven't much money, but of course
you'll live with me. We'll take in
- oarders, and I'll risk but that we'll
I get along all right."
It was a bad situation. He hadn't
even looked love at Sarah, and he felt
that he ought to undeceive the mother.
"I hadn't no idea of-of-" he stam
mered, when she held up her hands and
"I know you hadn't but it's all
right. With your wages and what the
boarders bring in we shall get along as
snug as bugs in a rug."
"But, madam, but, but-"
"All I ask is that you be good to
her," interrupted the mother. "Sarah
has a tender heart and a loving nature,
and if you should be cross and ugly it
would break her down within a week."
The young man's eyes ttood out like
ooooanuts in a show-window, and he
rose up and tried to say something. He
" Great heavens I madam, I can't
"Never mind about the thanks,"
she interrupted. " I don't believe in
long courtships myself, and let me sug
gIot an early day for the marr age.
The llth of September is my birthday,
and it would be nice for you to be mar
ried on that day."
"But-but-but-I " he gasped.
"There, there, I don't expect any
speech in reply," she laughed. " You
and Sarah fix it up to night, and I'll
advertise for twelve boarders right
away. I'll try and be a model mother
in-law. I believe I am good tempered
and kind-hearted, though I did once
follow a young man two hundred miles
and shoot the top of his head off for
agreeing to marry Sarah and then
jumping the country !"
She patted him on the head and
sailed out, and now that young man
wants advice. He wants to know
whether he had better get in the way of
a locomotive or slide off the wharf.
A BRAVE STEP MOTrr.-As a class,
step-mothers have the reputation of not
caring greatly for the unfortunate
children whom they are expected to
love "for their father's sake." The
following incident, related of the wife
of the French ambassador at -Constan
tinople, M. de Vogue, will serve to dis
sipate some of the misapprehensions
Mme. de Vogue is the step mother
of two young girls. On a beautiful
day, under one of those eastern skies
which seem like the gates of Paradise,
the step mother and the two girls went
to bathe in the Blacb sea, near the
rocks on the Asiatic side. The sea was
calm, scarcely wrinkled by the breeze.
But suddenly one of the young swim
mers was seized by a dangerous current;
she struggled and grew faint. A cry of
anguish was hears; she was about to
sink. But the step-mother saw the
danger, and although she was a hun
dred yards away, and she saw that the
attempt would put her life in danger,
she rushed to the spot, plunged in alter
the young girl, who had disappeared
from sight. She seized her under the
waves, came up with her, but Ras again
drawn down by the current. It was a
fearful but admirable sight. Over and
over they went down and reappeared,
always in each other's arms. The
other young girl wishing also to sacri
fice herself was within one step of the
current. At the last moment a boat
arrived. The Cjuntees de Vogue had
not only saved the first young girl, but
the second also, for she seized her and
dragged her from the current toward
the boat. It was heroic, but the good
step mother thought it the simplest
thing in the world.
DoMINICA, which was formerly one of
the chief coffee-producing conntries,
has of late years almost entirely ceased
to grow the plant. The capabilities of
the island, however, are apparently so
great, not only for the cultivation of
coffee, but also for many other food
products, that the attention of the
authorities has been directed to the
matter, and the result is that
Mr Prestoe, of the botanic gardens,
Trinidad, has been commissioned
to examine and report on the prospects
of the island generally, and the best
means of developing its reonroes. We
anxiously await the details of Mr.
\ Prestoe's report upon an island so fer
tile and beautiful as Dominica, but
which has, no doubt, through wans of
European capital and energy, been
allowed to drift almost into an unproflt
I, A HoNre FOUNTAIr.-They have
e everything on a grand seale in Oalifor
Snia. The trees and mountains are gi
o gantic paterns. The vegetables and
n fruit grow in conformity with their sur
r, roundinge In California they ean
n make two bites at a cherry, which would
n be mincing matters anywhere else in the
a world. Even the California bees build
n big hives and make honey on a big scale.
There is a hive on the eastern slope of
the San Fernando range, in Los = .n
lea county, which men have tred sev
. eral times to capture, and have a often
e failed. It is in a rift which peetrate
e the rook to the depth of 160 feet. The
p opening is 30 feet long and 17 feet wide,
with two assages. The bees eomeand
go in solid columns about one foot in
Sdiameter. Efforts have been made to
descend to the store of honey in the
Srook, but the men were invariably
driven back, and one man lost his life.
The hive has been known four year;
and it is estimated that there cannot be
less than eight or ten tons of honey in
it. A man who lives in a cabin not far
from the spot gets more beney than his
Sfamily cn use from the leakage. It
fows out of a small aperture in the
t rook, like a spring. He has a honey
fountain at his door.
r How Tm 8Bu MovDa A BaIDoz.
I During the recent building of a bridge
in Holland, one of the traverers, 460
Sfeet long, was misplaced on the suports.
h It was an inch out of the line, and the
h problem was how to replace it. Exper.
iments proved that the iron work ex.
t panded a small fraction of an inch to
, every degree of heat received. It wi
5 noticed that the night and day tem
perature differed by about twenty-flv
I degrees, and it wa thought this might
* be made to move the bridge. In tbl
morning one of the pieces was boltel
I, down securely and the other end let
free. In the heat of the sun the ircs
a expanded, and toward night the fr
e end was loosened. The oontractic
n then dragged the whole mass the othb
I way. For two days this experimet
was repeated, and the desired pla
t reached. The contraction and expsl
t sion of iron bars by fre heat has ft
quently been used to move he
weights over short distances. Bro
3 walls and strained roofs aad
have been brought int) place by aim
1 heating iron rods until they ep
e then taking the alack by darews
a nuts and allowing contraction by c
to pull the wall or roof into place.
) LEMON BIBUP.-Three pounds whie
Ssugar, one and a half pint cold watt,
Sdissolve by gentle heat; and the
ounces citric acid and flavor wlh
e Tux most astonishing cure of chbrai
a diarrhea we ever heardof is thatof Wm. Clt,
Frankfort Mills, Waldo Co., Maine; the fts
Sare attsted by Era Treat, Upton Treat, d
M. A. Merrill, either of whom might be ad
dressed for particulars. Mr. Clark was owed
by Johnson's Anodyne Liniment.
HoN. Joseph Farewell, Mayor of
Iockland. Me., Isaac Bragg, Esq., Bangor,_Bd
Mowss. Pope li.ro,. Msitiu. M.. Indl-
merchants, fnlly enorrsed the Sheridan C
alry Condition powders, and have given Ibe
proprietors liberty to use their names in rec
I Schenck's Pulmonlc byru, for the care of
SConsumption, Cing aad Colds.
The areat virtue of this medicine Is tbi' it
- ripen the matter and throws it out of the S3 tein.
pnrlties the blood, and thus esects a cure
fVRN ItNK'N 'lRA WaUI TOtIC. POa TvI CuIa or
3 IDYPRP4rIA, INDIs nOWK, WEC.
SThe Tonic prnulu es a healthy actlin of the
stomaah. creating an appetite, ftrmlnechylie and
r uring the mo't obstinate came of tndgestion.
1 ~rKmNCRK' MANDRAKKL PILL%. FOB TR (CtBIOF
LIvaB ('OMPLAINT, rTC.
These pills are alterative and produce a healthy
I atlon of the liver without the least danger as
I they are free from caIomel ra d yet more efic
cl-os in retorlng a healthy sction of the liver
SThese remedls are a certain cure for consu rnp.
r lion. as the Polmolec Iyrup ripens the matter
and purifies the b'ood. Ibe Mandrake Pilias et
. upon the liver. create a healtby bile, and remove
all diepaee of the Ilvr, often a cause ofr onm,
tlion. The eat Weed ronic gives tone a&d atremt
o the stomnchb, mn ke a good digestion.
abler the orrgan to form good blood. and"l
ates a healthy circqistion of healthL lur. Wa
rombhneld atlon of these mei'ler, to UA luns 01
plained will cure every case ow I onumptoo, Ia
)taken in time, ad the usw o e medicines prs
I Dr. t-henk Is profteatnally at his principal of
flce corner misth antAArch streets. Philadelphia,
every ondy ad who· sn letters for advice mast
She addressed. ienck's medicines fo. ale by at
DR. TTdT'Sr HAIR DYE acts intmntt
neoti.ly, coutalns no Sugar Lead or Sulphur. Wat
rantedrrle. no bead odor.aBnoaodor Eartly applied.
a Fnrom maine to California mS-C
m lions ol chlldren are wearing
E I ILVL R TIpPKD
bhoes. Why noIt They are the
b A eapest and never war
rough at the toe.
Also try Wire tulltd sols.
To ouViloce yotu of toe great a m
polP'tlarity ot the
3UABL SAICtEW WIR j a
you hneed only see the .ue ImPe
t ations aud vain attempt s to get
op omthbi n ,imilar.
Also try Wire Quailted olea.
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J 'old hyagens. Addres . . o. vll.rlic. P
PN ANTI Y A VAN.IA
MI SALtAr Y euty. AgeC s wanted. OIes adp
thmnle. Addraa n. B. ChriUstian. MarLOg, 0.
$12t day at home. Agenta wanted. Outfit & temrs
$ free, Addres Tmt & Co., Aunusta. Maie.
1 ,Qper'« wekL slla-y. Male or Ifemale. Clrcu
S», r .farfree .d's"rystalCo.l ndlafnapoll.Ind.
SNew marvelousnn "Tricka " for lO.c Send for cata
lottHe. Co-operatlve P'cha'g Co., 31 Park Row,N.T
$ tontfla1day, home. Ramples worth $1 sent
20IU qP6U fr-. BTSO, & Co., Portland, Mane.
S RIE1. 60. H. O. Boei Hartford, Ct.
TWA NED Ysoung Men to learn Telegraphing. Pcr
n aUU mrnent poiltions gmaranteed. Addres
Pacirfl 'lelepraph . 11 main st.. empbhis. Tern
0ECILIAN COLLEGE (MALE)
Hardm Co., Ky., Board, &e., for 30 weeks only $100.
THI[ paper Is printed wrllt Ink made by H B
San5i <t 1.o.. 121 Dearborn Street. ('Chicago.
and for tal* oy us In large or small luantlite.
$O. Ni'.WopaPER UNION. Nashville. Tsnn.
(hnA * MO1NTH.-< gents wanted every
tll here. Busalne honorable and first
ctlassli. Partilcular sent free. Ad
, dress WORTH d t:O., St Louls. Mo.
$3 SAMPLE FREE ad emaile every
where. Addresa imUNON PcBa. Co., Newark, N. J.
O AMONTI andI? B555ta3lI.Art
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J IS«.TON. XFr.W YO)Rlor CHtCAGO.
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PEN N SYLYAN IA
Mllitary Acadery, Cheater, Pa. Opens irpt.
lih. vl! ip:uinsernug. the ('la-lns,alelii-h and
Military Art oroshiy tailh t. For cl;culanr
apply tn tCoL. TdKO. HY TT, Prealdet.
For aIl diseansof the Liver, "tomach and tplpen.
A a remedy in Malarloun FPvers, BOWeRl Cou
plaonta. DynpPeia Mental Deprelion. R)etitle
Iues. Juaidl . Nausea. rick Headache, Colcl
Uoostlpation lad BlllounOns.
IT HAM INO XQTTAL.
It contalis fotr modlcal elements, never nntled
In thinsme happy proportion In any otiter prep
ration. via; a gentle %tahartlc, a wonderful ronln
an ur.ezxeptlinble Alterative and certain Cor
rective of all impurltlen nf the body. Such nlga
nsucces has atteded its use, that It in now regard
ed an the.OGret Ilnfalting MpetaIc.
" I have never seen or trie fuch a nmple. aena
rdomu, ntisfactory and pleaant remedy In my
llb."-N-. ZnRtner St. Lont. Mo.
HOwN. ALBX. H. HTn l MNe.-" I occasionally
ou. when my condition reqnlres it. DIr. Kimmnn'
Liver Rtegulator. with good effect. "--HoI Alen
N. 81pm.n. .
OOV. OI ALA,-" Your Regulator has been in
r nIn my nfamily ftr ronie time. and I am per
nlladedltn arn valable addition to the medical
Icience. "--nm. J. W / Rhhorfer. AIn.
" bhare 1need the Regulator In my fanmily for
the piat seventen n years I can ptlely roomrmend
It to the World & tne tbet medirlne I have ever
used for'hat class of disease It purports tocur.'
* H.. Thtppn.
PaIOMrIT Cl ' BAN K-"KTlnmonn' Liver
Regulator ha proved a good and efallrtou, rnidl
dne.'--C. A NIuItua.
ff---. ... W.v have been acquaignted with
Dr. lmamions' lUvr Mediclne Ior more than twpn
ty yearn, and know It to te the tist Liver xegu
lator offered to the pniblic."--M. R. Lyon oni II. L
Lyon. Ileollfontalne. (I&.
"I was cored hy MItmmonN' liver Regulalor, af
ter baving sufered repvral yearn with 'l.lll andt
FeVMr ."-R. e. Anderrorn.
Tel CrLTas.-" My wlf and relf have nsed the
RIeglator Ifr yars and lstilfy to It great vir
toe."-Jftve. J.R. trelidrr. Prry. Hi.
LADIas INDOnanlUeIT.-" have given your
medicine thorough trial, and in no case has II
failed to give full ratihfaction."-D/ien ,Mi.arn
tar o the Wet, the wbet Sitrawbrry. Mi
9 lon of trees and platitnatPomonaNurnerv.
Bend for cIrenar. Wx. I'ary, Cinnamisrn. N, I
F. J. NASH TO A Rroadwav N.Y. ,manufcltur
d. 9, J«' ',er of solid toild JKwlcL.aY of every
desrptlon . Thestock is large, ery choice, and In
ofred at retail at trade prier* to keep ourwork men
going. aIllin undertli. P. 0 order n advane. ' ver
IS. . 0 D. privlleglto exanmlne. utalogue free.
and Morphine habit absolutely and
l pdllycured. Pslnlep; no publitIlt
S tend ntnip for partIcular". Dr . ar..
ton, 187 Washington bt , Chiclao. I1.
Durlng rednced rates to
n lsolnvil:e and Cinrcnnati Exp.sl
Stlon have an Artflctal Leg lit
tod Rstleftartry or no Rale. Clans.
M. Va . Manuf.irtrnr., or. 4th IA arket -Is
Lealavllle. Ky; it W. 4th rt., Cincinnati. Ohio.
Cure guaranteed- Pain"nt,
O PU M d Morpin abit cured.
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LIEB1T'S LIQUID EXTRACT OF BEEF
jt.o.. poftlcr. Recommended by itt' bt Physl
1 O'd In Kngland and America for Coniumption,
s!alnee, Dysprpila,Indilge:lon.lonj or Appet.-te
Feverand Age.,nprvouanona. and all lemuale comr
plaInte. The ciebratld fDr. W. H. ltokenof B. ItI
more aygs: "LleIIrg's LIql:d Extract of Beef and
Tonic Invigoralor In the very hert prepapatlon
ned. and I ontidnitly recoImmend It tLo t- inut
Cal profet Ion. u' nud hy onrtg lste and tiroero
Wholnale Agents - Fagmc, RircaRnR n s .
$150O0 SHOT GUN,
f 4MMt n«m. urr r . t ,,kM«; ,>rmte Cti
Cnedt Wr~vr.t'u Pin * c- . O( n t o *«: *IU mui.
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The Oldert ramily Paper in America.
SATURDAY EVENING POST
RVgaY WlgK (ONTAIIB
('ontlnued stoiles by the bet Writers. Short
IkLtcbhFs. Historicla ltlnis, CentennIal Nerwt,
Bright ilctiires. Ie ash'o Plate andlt Iltlr.
SclIeunce. News, Humor I.iteritlur.. Boys anti
(liris )epirtiuCIat. Brimfull ol" gool ililhg.
trplendid chromo. 1i9x25 to every Msbahrlhbr.
Three dollars a year, ppinel. On trial fIur
niontha, (I. (eond A ents WItted everywhere.
Addresm RKFPIn, WI'KBtHAM., tDO..
2 rtamsron street. Pbllaedlpb'la.
Drlncol, (hnrch A Mall, (Yr,.
er.n W eTr Bet'ord, Moan., nay.
, " The demand for your eeu
ee Foam IncrasiF rapidly. Never
W Jones. PFener & Co.. Wlrk~-.
barr* Po.. mny:-"Hae vold
' Z k yOnr ea moam to ail claiss+ of
trade. It never failed to give
Biiggest thing to raise you
ever naw. Oreatedt thing to tell
uyo ever knew. Many valtia
ble cooking recipet set free
:,end at once for clruCn'ar to
Oeoo . F. Oantz & (Co.. 17 Duane
Street. New York.
LANE & BODLEY,
John £ Water t., C incilnnatl.
For tMaw Mlll, Orlat Milla, Cotton ains. Scugar
Milll, etc. Mend for our Illustrated catalogune.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING.'
SOB SALE BI ALL B3I1( TISY. _
Selectod Freonh Burr Mill StoneM
Of all a day . .onf l s. o ir W!
Getmilug laIn irppr or
tnuder nlutDr-. 10,r Farm
er .ewmbut weork.
4 l' ue. r «w .al igrn. G . -U hit ii .
Illler,' rnuppli, -t i . yf
1Pamphlet I1raab eaii
('ompmy. IBo I130.
ay('rur . .nnt Oheo.
pid t,, 05.i Agnts. Ausyr b,,
V afr-. £ Auger ;..,,. St. Lsoaltn. Y
TIEIE NEEW REMING TOrTN.
TiHE N I(W KMIM(IUI(T)N m VFRY iicbip If .ully
I elCWIN( MACILINK warrentd nor five yers.,
has pruns rapidly into falvr a an by one of tho mllt Mr
tHati ofl n ood qt . lti e, *v I IITOMR
riht riinli o. Imice ith o i FOY L ll ltlnfartlon II guanlal-.
dwith pr u rad irth pf- In Iever Inestanre or thi
ler, l ol r K ln Itch. h r-ony wil i returned to thl
Iratif a nhit n Machine. with d tam or )
Ac olatle DIroup Fee, 0D4ln 1PFAMIAL TIUER TO
Ils'nilitifl cn rimtr.l',1 tI3 L-:Alf t I' I *lTOA SEHt.
Velry Iit. lFve sgoiWA wasll1il It,
trvinglton N4i. I Ma'.11iiie rvAVy county and lowu fl
for fani ly f.is Its the third KeItuckyr anod Teanineme
year If Isl litang.fl ae los 'L P• teIing Machrine ant
with a iore ralp Inorrea i,f biet terms i-ver o/.d i, 1)
ratio of ale Inan ally Ma- aglenta. Ped stlamp lot clr
chilnPon the nmarkpt. culari and lSprial terns.
RImtington No. wlo'hluo. J. CLARY & CO., Gm'l. At
I forn minu f' rln pI al I. famllN
ilne,-ready for dellvery only No. 36 11rth IBanu B.,
+lne' Jllne. Il'., for rlnep. epi lih, tYeTn.,
perotm'loO and vfrlvitv , I2 g S
work. II wlhnoit a rival in "ad 268 WeeJennom SL.
family or work shop.
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Neven Fine KEngravlnlg preented ro every New Yearly Nalmor-lber.
The New York Fireside Companion
I PR)SIPECTUS FOR 17(;.
TI ' j/f VT"o K Flltl itIF. ('OMnI'AIOt is now recogiileil a I tle iieit in.Atlirl.
Osoct fw rs"d* l vnae1 nr4oi.t,,lalni, weII DblLL iti the I; ItSOl fire..
No e(hrt Ii eilpil It olitAlo shtiaeve r will7 add e lt Ilitnt0t Wam v-llneV <>| fn gon.
*emta. The beet writers in i vrry delpartnient areseenrMl wltoul rJ ard too wieiem.
it 1I tlhe aim of the pubnlllier to niake thi an Intereslg aMnd Ppulr Pirr
fo. bIl.h yloulIg aId old; to otlI atii entertalulninet iand alninls enlt with deli allei
Inforlnamin on mlatter relatlng to the homre, oorlthll. marriage, society. allt
dlrje; to gratify the linlntal clilltitv and lllel lrpt of all In t U pire and naulrll,
ronance of lifi ; to rcltivate a tatse fior reading and lutelletillal pleifOe; o and ll
Inollcate "od stntiUments and principlea In tIhe nmlid of tilh ycnug. Notiiln; lJ
an tniorml tendency Is ever admitted into Its colmonia. It contalti
The mot Faulain Love itorlee,
Daiuhloa ierler of Adverrtre on Land and ren,
Stirrin Indln andl Border Talis,
storlee of Home Life In City and O(*nmry
Livellert pthlrt Mtorie and4 Melenintl lhketche-.
Original if lnmor J'okes. (ornlc skerches ,l't ryi , Persoonin irit inilint ll'P air uirl
Iataet Fimahion ll iowlp fir lii ladillle ; Anlsweal to('rreMnlmllelM.; Ktllclei lio,.
The limet lItealil for Little Folks;: le-nltlifil Illustratlion, etc., etc.
Not le than SIX CONTINUED STORIES pb.u..ea col,
latntlv, nid a NEW story comminrllrd about every iecond week; so that new repal-i *
will be able to get the beginninlg lot a story of th nlewldelerdr or of Us, oin matto fa
what time they may snbcorlte. hack numbers ran always be had oontatling thI
coniroincement of every story.
PARTIAL. LItT OF CONTRI t1UTORIt0 FOR l 1I..
Dr. John B. Vllinamn I.ary IRnndall ('nnfort ('lern Perry
Tony Pnlter A»lr. .*umner finyden ts n BRolr
Oliver Optir .Shlrly Browewm John ElderkiJI
Prof. Jamren Dle lill Ilnzrl Woed AOle II. Jerome
P. flamnltin Ilyrre :linry J. Wine NSeoetlle4 M. mLnerion
l.rell Thorne, Siamel W. Penrre .' -nal W. Fesler
Frank C('ory iorplr I.. Aiken .tAl-n Deane
AIile Plene Albert W. Aiken .ii ck hItlin
Perlrleum V. Nanby Eve, FPenllle Editres-. .' "dlenm F. Brwner.
(Olr Family PkhyLieian.-l nl.r thi titJle w ashnirl. in ih li rliifg hlle connln
scar a neriae of artIRIei hIy iminmleint hysictanOS, dervfald 'lin Ir-lni.rent altd cuti
or p raldent dieaHses. uch a MSkl D Idew. o~.it , insm:i. ili, ,'lha. Rheunatillnl.
I 'ano , Hip Ilsease, Ione NDIanen, Eyo and EIa rf)l.esscs. Throat l)lsetene
Pllecology ol Iniaawof Woromen, Manaemeniit .f nio:. c'hhllieun. IlIg iri.. ,r.
Thned artlclesn sli oumtsoln the la.st iiitnioft hle.e..n* -n illmrtie nil,.ilml liv lhl
ligtheat edilcal aiitlhorllhw of the day, anll will be a. .1 ilo gllldle to hle Ilideln
of our paper.
Correpodentis' C(olnmn.-No eflrt or Iplins are spaliid Ito ake i lilp deileal r.
ilnl t rm nIt attractive al Ius.efl to oitie iriler. It is i ll (ltil IIn p r le-l llIl ol \ lie1
iXrlliLieuce and Iound JlluK lltOnt. uitla v:Int aiwulln t of i 1(1 l 111:1 lll i e iiri Vi II iI I
to quelltlons relating to lovo a lnd tl liiltto legal n 1 lillotllel qimteloliM, Iallft 11,.i ull n
lor tlie kitchen and hoonehuld. , in fct, aglsWI III all qtItlfi ieis tlhatt tlurn it, itn Ill,
ca:, ba found in thin columni
Reading for Iuttle Folks.- This is, and i ill coniitinue to be, onil of thRe pron..
riiet features of the paper. rThe coiirilbutlouln to liln idelpairtmentl are by it- l -* v
forepumomt writere tor chillren inl tlie cuntr. Thisall . nllin lmks 'If X '.VW N tlo K
FIRESI E (7OM I'ANIONinvaliiableto every llo hli.Id mlil hler, I lle-r .rechlill4i Ii.
List of Engravingi, Prrrntred to New Yearly N c ;,ir.;l,ýer
A LESSON IN LOVE, Vtalue, : rc. THE LITTLE A.NGLEf.;i 'M.i, .
'IHF PET FAWN, .- " : " FAR AWAY FRO)M IIOME, -,
IE'RIN FAREWELl. - '" -. HEIINNINS TOO HEG. " -,
A MODEL YAi IHT, (colored) Vallua. -.> cnti,.
TIh,,I beatiflll picturei are uimitale for framing, and iaffoid r. aluablo addiltio
to thl fIrnitureof every home.
M3UNRO'S GIRLS & BOYS OF AAERL A.
Largest and Most Popular Weekly Paper for Young FoC Ib
I, is the only ppr which rontalM the kind of ctorics whlch .nt""lOer .'' t'I
ra.il tlond th elr I llhtl one, ind tlrh every father mrax f.,llonslm.l.O l"- .ltn
Ih,, hande of his rhildi en. It oontainl a laner amentn v,*l/fp. ntioll ?
Ifo girls and boy than can be hiad n any otber weekly or Ut' rl n
TERMS FOR or"'
iur/f HV ' R IRLR, A N'n ROrv . CA pd THE NRW V : -:r
SlI)hC MP~~l MCO NI Opne withS aI n t o ae 5A rob*pt off .the abo t tvni ol s rni
AGr Aone yrto anv to nthe a two pMper- =.very
towrand v4l;nine wher' there Are no new lerl. o , lll bI meult ty
hucyearfl onveesrs. Ios and "irls am invited to erome canv el no Evelr y
boy 4d ; rl cn tw t ofrr ien tlefor own rll. W, iom for p ofrtpl e fs.
,flim cow alterwlvAro .'fti single 0opie0at "xokc"fs~iuon Oreoinicibe. for
Address, i GEORIGa IE MIUN O, Puablisheer,
Pr O. Box a67. ,4 Bekmfc .reet New York.n. aUl
rerolttanese mont In l rggg~gL nr^n P0Nc. FRICiK. MpawclBa colp
pti-a i m .uO!;ii, wth any one of the above Prtctiuir ceit to any adirer-i
in'-reeptof Ten rentti.
AG9EfT WA.ATED to canvaa for the above two papers in evry
town and village whert' thlere are no neweedealem. Good wangi can bre niol.' ley
succnesful canvaasRer. IVli« and tlnrla are invited to rome cranvriftwl . Eviir y
boy and girl can get ehtiDc rthcrs in their own village. Wi ll for particllai n.
Address, UGEORGiE MUNRO, Publinsher,
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Purchasers should ak for the YtMITH A MRICAN
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FORTUNE FOR $1. DRAW8 EVERY 3 DY.
TICKETS $1 E4Uf-SIX FOR $6.
CAPITAL PRIZE 850,000.
Legalized by authority of an art of the Legislatre.
ONE CH tN(E IN FIVE.
Agents wanted. Send for circulara. Address the
manager, J. M. PATTEE, Laramie City, Wyoming. i
TEXIAS GIFT CONCERT ASSOIAT 10
OF DENIBON, mTKAJ WILL o A
GRAND GIFT CONCERT,
In aid of a Masonic and I. 0. O. F. Temple,
SEPT. 22, 1875.
First Capital Gift, . . $50,000
Second Capital Gift, . $25,000
Besides Gifts in proportion amonntSng In all to
LOWEST GIFT TO A WHIOLE TICIET, W.
Price of a Whole Ticket. $. which consistt
of five tl coupoas.
Coupon Tickets, $I,
Which will entitle the holder to admlilon to the
Grand Concert and to ona-fifth of whatever gift
may be awrrded to the whole ticket number.
Responsfble asents wanted.
All orders tor ticket sent direct promptly filled.
Circularp, Paper-, etc.. giving full parttlclars,
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~EK writing to advertisers pleae r, antlo
the name ol this papr . N0. 3 8. N. U.
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Ug I IU Intemprance
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AGENTIWATED For :r. MU ,
lIN TSCEE E ITIN
and a munfliceot KW BMIOK Jux from Prwes
Addrer J. C. McCURDY A tl.. .lnnatll, Ohio.
Nothlan like It In me Itina Ainurytothe
Ml tp. a panlr|n epv rnst a rtlUe stlittm nt to
lna rrlrniatloo , a p>xplraU r, prepAr lin, an
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an admirahle *gneral alierativ. Puch are tbh
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GRAND GOLDEN DRAWING
LOUISIANA STATE LOTITERY
Takes Place Saturday, Dec. 25, 1876.
Capital Prize - - - $100,000
3,860 Prim. Amounting to 602,500.
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ONE PRIZE TO EVERY SIX
Only 20, 000 Tickets at 860.00 V. .
Tenths and Tweatieth in Proportion
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