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Hotr Vaccine Vims is Obtained.
Dr. ITonry A. Martin, of Boston, who gome timo ago took up tho buniness of furnishing tliysicians with lymph for vaccination purposes, derived directly from hoifcrs inoculated with thJ cow pox, finds the business growing great on his hands, and the lympn extraordinarily in demand, so that he has given up all his practice, save surgery and vaccina tion, and he devotes all his timo aVid energies to this speciality. What would Bccni, at first thoughtto be tho least possiblo .source of inconvonioncc, has proved to Dr. Martin the most tronblo sotne that is, to securo a sufficient and constant supply of animals. For tho purpose of vaccination and tho- supply of lymph, only heifer calves from three to six months old are used, and the ut most care is observed to select only the healthiest and mostsuitablo individuals. This necessitates a supply of about three hundred per yeor at present, and soon double that number will be required. A semi-satirical paragraph in a Now York paper recontly represented that Dr. Martin had Bhaved tho abdomen of a calf, and keeps the unhappy creature in a stato of unceasing varioloid. This is not only untrue but utterly impossi ble. A revaccination of a heifer is ut terly impossible A revaccination of a heifer which had recently enjoyed a term of tho cow-pox would be about as effective as a similar operation upon a graven image. The term of the disease in the bovine is less than two weeks, and only from the sixth to the seventh day are the pustules in the state re quired for the collection of lymph. Ac cordingly a fresh animal has to bo broucht in for each successive vaccina tion. The room in which tho heifers are kept is light, warm, and airy, a per fectly finishod room, indeed, with plaster ed walls and ceiling, and tho stalls are built with as much regard to comfort and cleanliness as thoso of a gentleman's stable. Dry sow-dust is furnished for bedding, and meal mashes with hay for - food. Under tho largo south window stands a peculiar operating table, with a top which folds down, two projecting arms then coming to the floor, as if forming extra lesrs. Tho heifer selected is then led out, placed alongside this table, and its forefeet secured by fastenings already attached to one arm, and its hind legs to the other. A stout belt encircles its body and the flat top of the table, and a halter and nock strap holds its head in place at ono corner. Then the whole top is lifted up to its place and secured, and the bovine martyr to science is re cumbent on one side upon the top of the table. A portion of its abdomen, about the size of two full grown hands, is then shaved clean, and the vaccine virus from another heifer at tho seventh day of the disease is inserted m little punc tures arranged in rows an inch apart each way. The ' table is then canted down, and tho little beast released and installed till the seventh day thereafter, when its vesicles are ripe for tho supply ot lymph to another heuer and to the human race in general. It is then re placed upon tho table, and tho operator, taking a box of small ivory points pro- pared for tho same to dry on, and a pair of peculiar shaped slim pliers, seats him- Hclt at the 8iuo ot the table. With tno pliers ho gently squeezes each pustule in turn, and as tho lymph oozes out carefully collects it on tho ivory points, From a good yielding animal several hundred points can bo charged. This done, tho heifer returns to her stall and remains a few days lonsrer, when tho crusts having: matured, are taken off and mounted in gutta percha for the uso of those physicians who preter this lorin for administration. Tho heifer then having fulfilled its mission in the causo of science, returns to private life. The operation is con ducted with such -care to avoid un necessary suffering and even inconven ience to the animal, that it frequently goes to sleep on the tab) and does not evince any pain. Two agents of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals rocently visited Dr. Martin, and aftor sooing the process, declared themselves perfectly satisfied that no cruelty was inflicted. The ivory points alter being charged and becoming dry. aro carefully put up and wound in cotton fibre. Then white paper is wound around them, and lastly rubber tissue, which is sealed at each end, making a water-tight and air-tight package. These aro then packed in any desired .quantity and shipped to nil orders. Some idea of the extent of the doctor' business in the supply of pure cow-pox " points " and " crusts " may be gained from the fact that on one day 1,000 were shipped to Washington, D. C, making 8,000 furnished that city, where, through the inefficiency of the old virus, people had entirely lost their faith in vaccina tion, and small-pox was spreading, but since the introduction of the animal vac cine, the most wonderful results have been reached. He is also supplying hah Francisco, bt. Louis, and over 2,000 other cities and towns in this country, bosides legions ot physicians in privati practice. Be Happy Now, How old aro you ? Twonty-five Thirty 'i Are you happy to-day '( Were you happy yesterday '( Are you gener ally happy t If so, you have reason to iudsre that vou will be harmv bv.and-bv. Aro you so busy that you have no time to bo happy and are you going to be happy when you are old, and you have not much to -do 'i No ; you will not. You now have a specimen of what you will be when you are old. Look in the faco of to-day. That is about tho aver age. That will tell you what you are going to be. What you are carrying along with you is what you will have by-and-by. If you are bo conducting yourself that you have peace with God and with your follow-men, and with your faculties ; if every day you insist that duty shall make you happy, and you take as much time as is needful for the culture of your social faculties, you will not be exhausting life, and it will be continually replenished. But if you are saving every thing up till you get to bo an old man, habit will stand like a tyrant, and say, " You would not enjoy yourself before, and you shall not now." How many men there are, who have ground and ground to make money, that they might be happy by-and-by, but who, when they have got to be fifty or sixty years old, bad used up all the en lovable nerve that was in them. Dur ing their early life they carried toil, and economy, and frugality to the excess of stinginess, and when the time came that they expected joy, thero was no joy for them. UeecMr. A number of French ladies who have become reduced by the late war, now earn their living by teaching French to Americans, who are anxious to acquire the pure .Parisian, accent. A Folnr Legend. The legend, ns it exists in Russia, is as follows : Russia tho Holy, extending from tho Cold Soa to tho Girdle Moun tains (Ural), was a gardon of God. Tho lower jaw of a primitive animal now in the Museum at St. Petersburg shows that tho animals living at tho timo were so largo that, compared with them, tho hugo mammoth appears a -dwarf. Hu man beings wore then good. Tho troes blossomed and boro delicious fruit. But then tho Lord transformed all t his beau ty into a barren, icy desert. It was on a Friday. Christ had been crucified on the distant Golgotha, while to that dis ciple whom Jesus loved, and who hod lain his head on his Master's broost, death came not. " So I will," Josus had said of him, "that ho remain until I como." And John lived. But his words of warning, "Lovo ye ono another," were unheeded. Hatred and envy fol lowed him wherever ho preached. From place to place and from land to land, John with, his disciples flod, finding no where rest Finally he arrived in Rus sia. It was on a Friday Char Friday. Before him had gone Ahasuerus, the eternal Jew, announcing what he had done and what had happened to him. His lifo was a curse, and ho could not find rest. And as John entered tho tem ples of tho land and exhorted the peo ple to peace and to return to lovo, from which they had been led astray by the beauty and luxuriance of tho land, they made fun ot him, and drove mm out oi the land with his disciples toward the north. But wherever tho apostlo wont ho shook tho dust from his feet, and the land was transformed into a bleak, icy desert. Snow and ico settled upon the land the earth was clad in eternal win ter. But John, driven away by the wrath of the people, who considered his stay anions them as a curso tor the land, fled toward the north. Arriving thero, a ship received him, and ho was taken out of the reach of his foes. Tho ship was steered toward the north, and no ono ventured to follow. Behind it the sea frozo to the waves were transform ed into ice tho otornal winter came. But tho tradition of John's fleeing and his expected return remained in the land. Frau Saga told tho poor Russian serf : In the high North, in the ice-troo sea surrounding tho North Polo, and upon a beautiful island, John lives with his dis ciples. No one can get to him, because impenetrable ico surrounds his retreat. But from time to timo he sends forth one of his disciples, through the open sea, through the barner ot ice, which opens to him as he advances to earth onco more, where ho again preaches to man kind tho gospel of love. His reward, however, is death ; he dies, persecuted by hatred and envy. JJoath is the re ward of his love. But when the last disciple shall have been sent out and his love rewarded with death, then John himself will come forth and preach the doctrino of peace and love, and bring to torpid Kussia a new spring. 'Ihen Russia will again become a garden of God, and mankind will bo better. About Cats. Tho Persian cat is often moro silky in appearance than the Angora, though the color is different, being gray. Puro white Persians, with blue eyes, aro most beautiful animals, but, strange to say, they aro always deaf. Thoso exhibited at tho recent cat show at tho Crystal Palace had this peculiarity. Somo years ago thero was a white Persian cat at Allesbury Kectory, near Coventry, quite deaf. Of her many kittens those quite whito were always deaf, but those with the least color could hear well. J. he Isle of Man produces the tailless cat, a very curious variety. When these are crossed with an ordinary tailed cat, the progeny exhibits the intermediate stages between tail and no tail. A tortoise shell Tom cat is extremely rare. .Mr. Jirodcnp, writing in laii, says : " A friend, not less noted for his scientific labors than his fund of anec dotes, tells us that somo twenty-five or (by'r Lady) thirty years ago, a tortoise shell Tom cat was exhibited in Piccadilly, where the Liverpool Museum was after ward shown, and where dowagers and spinsters thronged to tho leveo, as was recorded in the caricatures ot the day. One hundred guineas, says our philoso phical friend of many tales, was the price asked j and I saw many a longing, coroncted coach at the door of the exhi bition room." Cats and spinsters are not always associated, for at tho Crystal Palace show, of the prizes offered, thirty two were gained by gentlemen, fifteen by married ladies, and only four by spinsters. Mohammed had a favorite cat ; that of Petrarch was at its death placed in a niche in his room ; and Dr. Johnson took delight in bringing home oysters for his cat when it was ilL Mrs. Griggs, of Southampton liow, who died Jan. lb, 1792, left in her house eighty-six living, and twenty-eight dead cats. She left 150 a year to maintain her black ser vant and the cats. No one could paint a cat like Gottfriet Mind, who died at Bern in 1814. He actually had eight hundred live ones, but these were order ed to be killed, as some were believed to be mad. Chamhert't Journal. Decayed Teeth.. A good filling for decayed teeth, says un eminent dental authority, is tho tincture of benzoin (friara balsam). Gold and other hard stopping last only a short while; the de cay of the teeth is not arrested by them, and they presently fall out. The alco hol of the tincture of benzoin evaporates, and leaves a gum which excludes the air trom the tooth. In the case ot ten. der teeth, susceptible to dampness, fogs and cold air, the tincture is very effective and Grums, and will preserve trom tooth. ache. It should be applied at least once a day; but twice a day is preferable. After a fortnight, more or less, it may be discontinued. The bost way of applying is this : take a piece ot cotton wool, the size of a large pea, fasten in the nib of a steel pen with a holder, dip the wool into the tincture, and put it into the cavity of the tooth, after, which dip it again and apply it to the tooth and to the gum adjacent. The yellow color which the benzoin imparts to the tooth is easily removed at anytime afterwards with, tooth brush and water : but as it does not permanently stain, it is bost not removed. Speaking about being buried alive, there is a story of an ox in Wisconsin which survived the longest living burial on record. lie had the good fortune, however, to be buried in a haystack, which full upon him. Nobody knew what had become of the creature until after his mysterious disappearance had lasted over three weeks, when he put out an appearance from tho haystack, having eaten his way from centre to circumference. There was snow on the ground, which afforded moisture enough to prevent his dying trom thirst. AGRICULTURAL. Strawberry- Culture. Mr. J. S. Noodham, of West Poabody.Mass., writes as follows to the Masmchuscll Plotigi man t In vegetable culture it is a fact, estab lished by experience, that a plant will not flourish in earth which has been previously ocupied- by another of tho samcspecies. In gardens no manure, even a special manuro, indicated by an analy sis of tho ash of tho treo planted, oven in unlimited quantities, will causo a tree to flourish on tho spot from which anoth er of the Bftmo kind has been removed. The question that first Bugaosts itself to the mind is if nothing hus been car ried awuy what is the mattar H ' Is it not matter excreted from tho root? I find that potatoes yield an astonishing crop after a crop of strawberries, without any manuro, yet both ot thoso crops take up largely of potash, lima and other min erals, in nearly equal proportions. Is not the excretion of the strawberry plant a perfect food for the potato, and vice term t In my observations I find that tho strawberry plant, if it originated in a porous soil, will not grow at the third planting on a strong clay-gravel soil (tho W llson and some others, for instance), unless tho ground has been rotated by somo root crop. But varieties original ting in strong clay soils will do quite well after planting throe or four times without rotating, if planted on strong soil. It is a well-ostablishod fact, that some species ot oak excrete tannin, so that trees planted on the sites of oaks will surely die, unless timo has been given the soil to got washed out by the lrosts and rains. Tannin is supposod to have a chemical action upon the tissue of the spongioles. Tho leaves of the straw berry possess a very astringent property, and are used as a medicinal astringent. Is not this allied to tannin V Physiologists tell us that a weak solu tion of opium placed in contact with roots destroys the vital irritability of tho roots. From the tobacco fields we hear tho cry of exhausted soils ; is it not tho soil filled with narcotic excre tions? One animal has been found to uso that narcotic. Is thoro no plant that would lovo tho solace of narcotic food, or narcotio excretions, that may be useful to man ? I sat down to pen you a few lines on the strawberry ; but I find that I have left the nectar of Isaac Walton and gone straight to the excrements of tho plant. I have migrated ; tho plant is migratory, so I will try and keep pace with it. We set out the plant, it bears fruit, and then bears children. An eccentric m its habits, first bearing its fruits wrong side out, and then its children (lllegitmiate) always taking on the exact character of the mother. Thoso children aro always sent out from homo to new pastures in leading strings, the parent sustaining those off shoots until they becomo squatter sov ereigns, pre-empting a lot and setting to work upon their own hook. Ihen she gradually loosens her loading-strings and sets to weaving hor crown, for tho fullness ot hor prospective fruit. Vo not such habits seem to indicato that rotation is tho truo theory to adopt in tho cultivation of tho strawberry ' Neat cattlo eat hay with greater avidity and apparent relish it grown on soil enriched with horse droppings. Horses will loavo hay of tho first market quality, if grown on horse-manured land, and luxuriate on bog-grass hay. Why is it so? Do not tho same natural laws govern tho animal kingdom that govern the vege table productions r It we remove tho soil several feet and sow seeds of tho forest trees in the pit, we find tho pitch pine to flourish upon sand and gravel devoid of humus, yet at tho samo timo a soil is making at the base of the treo of the falling loaves and the most thrifty whito pine will bo found within ono foot of the pitch pino trunk. Now does not the pitch pino prepare tho soil tor tho whito pine f contend that it does. All vegetation is governed by similar laws, and it is for the cultivator of plants to study tho wants and habits, und the effect upon the soil, and govern Ins rotation ot crops, so as to realize the best results TnE Fowl Interest. It is a real satisfaction to note tho progress being made in the introduction ot improved breeds of fowls into this country. Somo fifteen or twenty years ago, with a few exceptions, there were no other than tho common dung-hill chickens to be found any wh arc, but now almost every farmer boasts of a pair or a score of pairs of fowls on his promises, compared with which, tho old native varieties are mere pigmies. Any one who will take the trouble to contrast the dressed poultry in our large city markets to-day with that which formerly graced the stall cannot fail to realize how vast the improvement has been, and how docidedly largor and bet. ter the flesh. I wish 1 could say that prices had not advanced in a little great er ratio than tho size and quality of tho fowls themselves. Hut in this age of high prices this is only a natural result, and consumers should not find fault with tho farmer who . furnishes him with a larger and more delicate fleshed fowl, if in return for tho favor, he asks a slight advance upon old rates. A few years hence, when the old dung-hills have been entirely superseded, as they un. questionably will be, prices will assume fairer proportions. The improvement in tho size of tho eggs produced by the imported breeds, is more marked than the size of the fowls themselves, a fact upon which con Burners have just reason to congratulate themselves. The difference between dozen ot Huff Uochin or Hrahma eggs. and a dozen of the old style " hen fruit' has been proven by actual test to be not less than an average ot JJ per cent. while the ruling prices have not ad' vanced proportionally. As to the quali ty, that ian open question. It is con. tended by the breeders of the large var lotios, that their eggs are superior size, and nutriveness ; but here there is room for fair difference of opinion. The eggs of the dung-hill are small, but they are good, and greatly to be preferred, so far as quality is concerned. What do some of your fancy breeders say to this assertion Y Will any of them try to controvert it r Journal of tM farm. A Seemon Condensed. " When m mother says no, there is no yes in it. Hera is a sermon in a nutshell. Multi tudes of parents say " No. " but after crood deal of teasing and debate it finally becomes " Yes. " Love and kindness are essential elements in the successful man agement of children ; but firmness," decl sion, inflexibility and uniformity of treat ment aro no less important. A lady belonging to one of thd best families of tho Sputh is keeper of a toll bridge over the Neuso River, in North Carolina. New York Wholcinlo Market. BUTTER-Stato, fine firkins I J I ST Wor-torn M t" W CHEESE-Stale factory 'HX bo 19 Ohio do (ul . v dairy 17 (?' COTTON-Oiillnary.. w W r Low to Rood middling... 2' (m ri)i EGGS N. 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M)( 87X Vt. and Iowa , 75 (To mi Texas and California 40 50 BEEVES Host 13 a 14 Good li (u "V Common to fair 10V (t li SHEEP 4.LAMDS-Sheep 7i & S' Lambs - (a) BWINET.lvo H Cm Dressed i & 6V California's TIiooest Nuooet. How much we owe to California I Her precious metals have enriched thousands of our fellow citizens, and have proved the main stay of America in times 01 national Decuninrv' em barrassment. Her mining industries have Riven employment to myriads of mechanics and laborers. She is the land of promise to the fortune seeker, lint the Golden Stato has lately sent un a new treasure. Her last nug get is Dit. Walker's California Vinegar Bitters. The health-giving principles son tained in this curative are a more precious boon than gold. In all afflictions of the liver and stomach, remittent and intermittent feverc, rheumatism, and pulmonary diseases, may be relied upon. As a Mood dopnrcnt and invigorant it is unequalled, purifying the circulation and infusing new vigor into the dc- tlitated frame. It conquers that most un yielding of all complaints dyspepsia, and we Know ot no other remedy that can accom plish this. Its entire freedom from alcoholic spirit, which retards and neutralizes the effect of any medicine, and which forms the basis of many of the pseudo . bitters and tonics, doubly enhances its value to tho sick. The papers of the United Slates vie with ono another in doing honor to Dr. v alker. e, too, add our voice, and ay all honor to tho man whose science and skill have enabled hitu to draw from tho Vege table kingdom such a balsam for human suf fering. Suicide Committed, as tho result of an in active state of liver and stomach, producing headache, obtuse intellect, dullness, despon dency, dementia, and finally insanity, is no uncommon occurrence. All these disagreea ble svmptoms and bad feelings are most cer tainly dispelled by the use of Dr. Pierce's liolden .Medical Discovery, it revitalizes and builds up the whole system. A little book on chronic diseases sent free. Address H. V. Pierce, M. D., Uutlilo, X. V. Golden Medi cal discovery sold by all druggists. i77 A Staih.e Institution. Just at the period wuen all ttnole-ausn were complaining Unit the lioise-olutiuenls ot the uay were UDslable re. medics, the -Muhtano Liniment made its en tree in .Missouri, without any nourish ot Hum pets, and within one year, became the favorite embrocation lor the external distempers aud injuries of horses and cuttle in all the Western and Southern Suites. From that time to this, it hus never hnd a rival in the estimation of accomplished horsemen ; nor is its household reputation as a cure lor rbvumatisiu, neural gia, sore nipples and caked breasts, tumors, mumps, gore throat, earache, toothache, bruises, burns, wounds and Bpmius, a whit be. hind its celebrity as a horse Liniment. The Mothers ol America know its value, and an. ply it promptly to the external injuries of the " rising geucnuion," and in fact there is not a city or township in the United States where the Mustano Liniment is not regarded by both sexes aud every class, as a blctiug to the community. Rupture can be cured without suffering, Klastic Trusses are superseding all others. ISefore buying Metal Trusses or Supporters. send for a descriptive circular to the Klastic truss ( 0., tiS;j .Broadway, . 1. Colds am Coughs. Sudden changes of climate are sources ol rulmonaru and Jiron chial affections. 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Your druggist has it, Tiie Purest axd Sweetest Cod Liver Oil in tho world is Hazard Caswell's, made on-the sea-shore, from fresh, selected livers, hy Caswell, Haz ard & Co., New York. It is absolutely pure and tweet. Patients who have once taken it prefer it to all others. I'nysi. cians have decided it superior to any of the other oils in market. The very best Sewing Machine is tho " b LOUEXCE." Head tho advcrtiseiuont, To Tirg Pcbli We know of no remedy equal to Jackson's Oatarku Snuff and Tkocuh I'owdbu, for Catarrh, Asthma, Loss of Voice, Ac, Is mild, pleasant, agreeable to use, and a sura cure. Ask your druggist for it. or mail cents to tooPBit, Wilson & Co., Philadelphia. Aeent. wanted for ed and other tock. circular to U. A. fioiti, CnAUuberntmrg-, Pa. Bund for A Clrrgynian writing to a friend aayi, "My voy ag to Eurupe i iudettuitely poipoued. I nave dis covered the ' fountain of healtu ' ou Uiii aide of the At lantic. Three botttua of the Peruvian pyrup nave res cued me from the fanga ot the neud uypepla." uyi pepuce anoaid drink, from tan louuuuu. TO CONSUMPTIVES. The adverUaer, bavins been pennwently cured that dread diaeaae, Consumption, by a simple remedy, Is antious to make' kaowm to bis fellow sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire It, he will send a copy of the prescription ud. (tree of charife), with lue directions for preparing and ualue; tne same, wuice thev will rJnH Hi, us l!iu sua Oossuaiptius, Asth- va, Ukoscuitis, Vu. Parlies wishing the prescription win puaau address , Rev. EDWARD A: WILSON, K4 South Third Bu. WilliauuburKb, N. Havo You a Cold ? Have You a Cough ? Have You Bronchitis 7 Have You the Asthma ? Have You any Luncr Diffi culty or Weakness in your Tnroati Road tho following nnd loarn tho vlns of ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM ! What tho Doctors say. the war, from expomire, contracted con munition, lie suy: "I hflve no hfitancy In ntntiiiK that it wan by Dr. f jf.OTtl. nf tlhln. RurMinn tit lha Attn titrli 10 nije 01 your hUMU Ualuau that 1 tun now alivu ami oyni(f health. r. Fletcher of MInnH. unr t wnmmrTnl your Halham In prct'uroiiot in any other mwlichiff for Coiipli?. and It given natf-thrtiun. AIXKN'8 LUNU HAL8AM in tho remedy to enre nil Lnnir and ThruattlitticuUie. It Hhould bv thoroughly test, a before unlng any other Uulxuui, it will euro when all other rail. Vlrucuoua accompany each bottle. Again What the Doctors say. Amos Wooi.lkt, M. D., of Konclupko County. Indi ana, nay : " For three yearn pant I have used A LI. ten's Long Balsam extensively in my practice, and I am nattenca thero la no better medicine for lung disease In one. Isaac A. Dorax, M. D of Loffan Conntv. Ohio. say: " All '8 Luno Balsam not ontynclls rapidly, but give perfect satisfaction In every case within my knowledge. Having confidence in it, and knowing that it posoenne valuable medicinal propertipn, I freely use It in my daily practice, and with unbounded Biiccosn. An an expectorant it in mont certainly ahead of any preparation I have over yet known." Nathaniel Hahhis: M. D.. of Middlebury. Ver mont, nay : "I have no douht it will noon become a Clascal remedial agent for the our or all disease of the Throat, Bronchial Tube, and the Lung." Physicians do not recommend a medicine which ha no merits ; what they say about ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM, Can be taken as a fact. Let all afflicted tcct.it ot onco. IEKKY DAVIS & SON, rrovlrtenoo, It. I. General Agents fur New England States. For Sale by o . K nni.nit.1 new iorK JOHNSON, HOLLO WAV 5t COW DEN, A'llllU Heft and Oldest Family Medicine. San- bTd,t Liver Invlgorator.A purely Vegetable Cathartic and Tonic for Dygpcpsin.ConstipaHon, Debility, Sick- headache, Biliou Attack, and all arrangement of Liver, stomach and bo we In. Ak your l)i ukkim. lor it. 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Aaares u. w. urn r-u, buuiu u.wen, Alien. 5,000 AOKNTS AV.WTEO.-Bnmplos sent free by mall, with terms to clear from Htt totilo per day. Two entirely new arti cles, salable as flour. Address N. II. WHITES, Newark, N.J. Tenor and Bass Singers Will learn something of more use to them as Staffers tnan they nave ever luuniud belore, by heading CO ct?. CYHUa T. JtEKDE, St. Thomas FrqnkllH Co., Pa "AMsXY OEM. A lariro el:ht-nac. fortv-rol- huiurj, Household Journul only $1 a yt-ar. A Fine EMtrravinp, 4x30 inches, sent pulrmi(l, an receipt of eubpcriptlon, LlberHl tenn" to Afrentp. Speci mens free. Address FAMILY GEM. Pittsburgh. rcuu. Farmers t Mechanics I Everybody X I TOIT WAST TO OET ALL TOUB Got tho BE1L ESTATB REGISTER, Fittsburgh, Pa. Largo 8 page, 40 column, weekly. Bout 3 month, on trial for 25 cents. Worth 923. Cut tills out. Try It. L. B. SQUIER & CO., Manufacturers aud Dealers In Machinery and Imperial WOOL OILS, Xo. 172 Front Street, NEW-YOUK CITY. LV Orders by mull or othorwlse promptly attended to. I.. B. StlUIKK. J. B. F. BL.1VEN. The Huma Telegraph. The nerves are tol- etrruphlc fibres operated by tho brain ; but if the stora- arh. the great vltalizcr of the system. Is dlordorcd, the I whole nervous onraniratfou 1m purtfnlty ahattured for HIS UIIIB UU1UK 1 A IlKA NT U VV KKV ESC K NT SELTZER Aperient works wonder in eimet. of nurvouri dibilit v uuruiut coauMion, unci Ki-emntr un- now,1) true. , ULl UY ALL DKUUUI3T3. H TEN DOI.LAliB A DAY TO AGENTS " belling the AutubioKraiiby of Haui'l si. ILDEBRAN The Great Missouri Bushwhacker. Uoui.lllustratcjl. prepaid, $1. Bend forclreular AIUJIAISU n lLUA, JUUerSUU lily, MUi 500 Houso Lots Will be riven to the first who annlv. No rextrietlrma. Object, to encourage emigration. Situated in various towns villages and citien in the tiuite of Nebraska. ror run particulars, aadrefn Menirn. f attek at Co., noai r-'UiUi vtmiertf, no. lit uroauway, A. xn or Att urak laua Company. Omaha. Aeurat-ka. For an v cane of Blind, bleed- iny. Iichiiia:, or Ulcerated Piles that 1b Hino's Pili Remedy failn to cure. It is prepared expressly to cure tho Piles and not ulnar ele. JLl Sold by all DrutfjcUw. Price ai.uu, CIAMPBKI.L'S LATE ROSES POTATO. A i now eodliug from Karly Roe, of wouderlul pro duetivenetw and liuest quality. Will yield twice an much a reericrik.or any oiuer poiaie now grown, i uroe outu ela were urodueed from Wlf a nouud the Dat fteauon. lietwi iptive circulars free. Price $1 per lb., or 'i for 4 tt.,pO(tt-paid, by mail. Geo. W. Campbell, Delaware, O. male or female, in every oouiuy iu the U. H. aud cauauas, to sea our new ana most useiui paieut ; irout oue to ix ustMi iu every family. lOil per ct. FUhruuUu-d. for samples aud terms iucloM lu cu. to 1EKGL'80N ss l,u bu tuvor street, 1 ruy, n . i . . WANTED v v Uih fliuitithntar. Thlrtpn dflnartmnntH. rMliHnii ana secular, tuv. A. V. ari. writes lor it. tl.bg a terms, aidless, Jiait 11. KiLa, Huston, II ass. Startling but True. Wanted agents to (ulroduce our fast selling roods. $3,uou a year cau be niale by energetic men. Address alUNKUx, KD.VNtUI CO., fltLsbUTKh, fa. IT 85 S10. S-4U. (C) BUI sect a. a curiosity for 30 Cvuts. 'J. H.StCyBD 4j CO., QarretUville.O. tor Beauty of Polish, Saving Labor, Clean liness, Durability II Cheapness, Unequaled. sriarw ini nil ta iiii-rai i tram Ihititiiivo . t . . tinmen, but iwmMing our in eliapo und color uf wi-supcr inteiidHtodwiv. TMK Risi0 Bin rm.fail 1 HI I K, for MnvoilcaVni tiftp, At Iwi-lvo r.-nin per nnnr1 twiitv-flve and fliff poiind Imccti. "(.'iiLJ.Hir tliun uny other bulk Polish for liotlilnu." TIIK llTtfl SI'S l.t flnttR l'l-rVUIa,.Vri tihvrm Chenit ntirl liir)ilc rmiiprcpttenot hor articles fur purpose. TllK ItlMIM. Ht It I, Al(t IK. I- l, Hit M a Ton. Korftxlea, bearings and tnaclijncrv. Laati six 1 1mps as lone as oli alone. U lb. and 6tfll, boxen, 16 ou tits per Jb. Try It WORSE BROS,. Prop'ra. Canton, Maas The Celtic Weekly. Til HUH EAT ORIUINAL ILLUSTRATED STOIIY PAPER. IRISH, IRISH-AMERICAN, FRENCH AND GER MAN AUTHORS. ffonnAtlnn wlfhont rnaripnnn. namtrlvA. nf ttir411tn Interest, combined with historical instruction, excel lent and entertaining literature for old aud younjr, continued and tt niched stories, poetry, sketches, bio graphical and toputfrnphical. ine irreai original story paper for mo minion enti tled TIIU CELTIC WEJUattLV, will make it flirt appearance on February 92, 187i, da ted for March 8, 187H. The publishers of this high-toned family paper re spectfully inform the Irish people of America, and the American public Rone rally, that they have made ar ranffemrntw for the production of an ORIGINAL STO RY PAPER, which will bear faovrablo comparison with the bost periodicals of tho day. Tho following stories will appear In tho first number: TUB HAUNTED FARM; OR, TIIE MYSTERIES OF DUN LUCK CASTLE. By Peter McCorry TIIE COLLEEN OF THE CLIFFS. By "Christine." TIIE INAUGURATION OF TIIE GUILLOTINE; OR, TIIE HORRORd OF SEPTEMBER. 1TOJ. DAWSON, OF DUN.MORB ; OR, THE MYSTERY OF A LIFE. By Dr. J. C. Waters. LADY GRACE DALRYMPLE ELLIOTT; OR, THE DELUGE OF BLOOD. By Dr. Julius Rodonbcrg. BESSIE MOHAN'S DREAM. A TALE OF THE WAR. By Dennis II ol land. EDNA BRADLEY; OR, LOVE VERSUS DUTY. By Mrn. Ellen E. Madlgan, (nee Callanan.) FATHER OWEN'S J.AST BLESSING. A TALE OF 93.: By John Locke, Editor of Tub Ckltio Wkbklt. A uneclal feature of THE CELTIC! WEEKLY will be the entire exclueiu of advprtisuimmt. Nothing: will be lft undone to render fliis Great Uriinital Tory Fapi-r tne best In America. Price Only Six Cents. To be hud of all News- TERMS, INVARIABLY IN ADVANC E. Mull Huh.'Crihor. One Year. iGa.KOi Six Months. iiiu xuur aiumust qpa.vv CLUB RATES. Two Copies, one address 94.50 r ive iu.uu Ton " 0.00 10. Yi no an aadiuouai copy to cue gutter up ot tho club. Affontu wanted in ovorv town and ckv In the United otaicri wucrtt uuo u uoi airvauy appomu'U. Liberal terms to all aeents and cotters un of clubs ovur ten copies. Address M. J. 0'LEARY & CO., Publishers, P. O. Box 0074, New York. Cheap Farms! Free Homos! OK TIIK LINI OF TOE UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD. A LAND QUANT OF 12,000,000 Acres or TUB Best Farming and Mineral Lands in America. 3,000,000 ACRES IX XEIIRASKA, IN TUB CREAT PLATTE VALLEY, TUB NOW FOR SALE. These landx are In the central nortinn of thn United State, on the 4Ut di-eree of North Latitude, the cen tral line of the irreiit TV mm ruin 7nn of thn Amnrii-im Continent, and lor (Train trrowintc and btock rttihinc : unHurnuxMcd by any In the United St at en. i CHEAPER IN Pit ICE, more favoruble terms riven, and more convenient to market than cau be found euewuere. Free Homesteads for Actual Settlers, THE BEST LOCATIONS FOR COLONIES. Soldiers entitled to a Homestead uf 160 Acres. Free Paasea to Purchasers of Laud Send for the new descrintivo nnmnlilot. with now niapri. publUued iu English, Gurinau, Swoduh aud uaiuu. uuiuuu ireu every wuure. AudreHH U. V. DAVIS, Laud Comniisttloner. U. P. K. R. Co.. OMAHA, NEB. Gas S1U1M Apratis. The bost thing In the markut. Bolls at sight. Gives a LARUE INCREASE OF LIGHT, MELLOW and PLEASANT, NO HEAT, GREAT HAVING. Agent. are making small fortune selling them. One i porta 111 IN ONE WEEK. Another 77 IN 4 DAVS. Write for circular, and terms, and secure the best un occupied territory at onco. Agents wanted erywbere County and State right, for sale. Ad dress DERFORD & JOHNSON, Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers, 1103 Broadway, New York. Those who Use the FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE know It li the best. because it does more work, more kindi of work, and better work than any oth- Seuil for circular aud sample, of work. Office, It Uuloa Square, New York, JOB ONE DOLLAR we will mail you a box of LORIXG'S FRENCH NOTE TAPER .tamped with any Initial or Pet name. Four sires and sixteen nauerus iu euvu vu It meets the dally want of any lady. ltMr.liiiir Kehiutl ifirls are adontinar it. It's the prettiest present to a young lady. Vry one box for yourself. Address LOHINa, lubUsilier, P.O. Ilox SOU, Boston, Maaa. It WJIiLtlt, 1 tun or an manner or vtoiw, mntrttan. KJ cu, Inuml and Jinl, in all parts 4 Orai Brit ain. Holland, Franc aud Utrmany, a specialty of J. W. VUITKAITs'.1. AtUirnev at Law. Columbia. P . illfl TO HO DAILY paid canvaaslnr agents, ex clusive territory. New monopoly. Sells iu every family to entire satisfaction. Afttntt wuHUi. Maa Mi'li Co., 11 Jouu at., N. Y. mm No Person can take those Bittern accord ing to direction, nnd remain limjs unwell, provided their bone are not destroyed by mineral poison or other means, aud the vit.il organs wasted beyond the point of repair. HI'yHpppUa or Indigestion. Iieaitachc. Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Client, iJiz liness. Sour Enutatuma of the Stomach, bad Taste in the Mouth, Bilinus Attacks, Palpiiatinnnf the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs. Pain in the reinn of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms, are the offsprings of I)ysppsia. In these complaints it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a Letter guar- . antee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement. For Female Complaints in young or old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn nf lite, these Tonic Hitters dtsnlav bo decided an influence that a marked improvement Is soon percep tible. For Inflammatory- nnd rnronto Jincn- mntlam and (rout. Bilious, Remittent and Inter mittent Fevers, Diseases of tht Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Hitters have no equal. Such Dis eases are caused by Vitiated Blood, which is generally produced bv derangement of the Digestive Organs. Ttiey ure n wniiie j'lirfcaiivc won nw Tonic, nossessimr also the peculiar merit of actintr as a powerful agent ia reiieving Congestion or Inflam mation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and in Bilious Diseases. For Skin Dlftcnsea, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Car buncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eye,. Jury tipelas, Itch, Scurfs, I Mscolorations of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, are literally dug up aud carried out of the system lu a short time by tne use of these Bitters. Oratefnl Tl.ounM.mlft proclaim Vinhgar Bit- trrs the most wonderful Invigorant that ever sustained the sinking svsteni. J WALKER, Prop'r. U. II. McDOTf AI,T &, CO., Druggists and Gen. Agts., San Francisco and New York SOLJ) BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS. Tho imbHcribeni were the oriel n at or of tho article! named abwve and have niale them for a Quarter of u century and they claim that they are a? good a any, if hot ine btsti. Tho oooklnr or flavorlnir oxtractf are pure and' healthful and are the truo liavorg of tho articles they represent. Tho liifnilihln Ycftpt Powiloru are the oWest. tho strongest, the be ft, and consequently the chenpeft. The Sugar of Leniouo 1 niarle from the fruit and pure furar and flavored with the lemon peel, und U well aduDted for the nick, for travellerr. vovairerv. aud other who cannot readily procure the fretdi fiuit. since metie frooue nave oeeu mirouuuvu id iue pun lie a host of iimtatom have prung up, and o nmny irorthie orhurttiu article. hav been tow a " Jfix- tractp, "HakuiK Powder, and " Lemonade Powder, bp to bring discredit upon all. Uur oldciiMoineni will And that our goods are a good in quality a when we tirt made them. l'KEBTU.N A: MJSKIIILL, 77 State bt., Uotttop. Thk LurtMtit MdU.1 I'rlr Cnmnt in lim W'-rM tim IKON WOULD AMI S.tM' luit-'tilftnti iirU nt m)4 of TiAUKWAlilC nllll WkTAlJ III D I'ltut-iiriri, New Y-rk, tin. I iiilnit-ll(im. Ciinintiiitl, ht. Ls'lllt. I IfTrlltllil, HnllU Ilium ami Kurt-ik'H Uki-Ul miirkets rs-jtxrltHt. Ac. kmyl stuixlnnl jonrtiHt ol the meiril trttl'-s. litily $1.00 por yffif. NohRrrlwartdenliT can Mrd to d wHhorfl iU r,vsrv iimiunm nnti uifim wi-ri.fr - -- s.'itL lur wuciu vx Tit i i. for vS ni, p. iLi imih. aiwww nlrnti)tM t llfWT ItlHi'liiniry tllllll (V ifiiinn; rt'wru uu. luo WuttLit UilLi.iNt. I'nuburgh, Piu ftfVT nS TKIAI. tViref TTrTltllhi fnr i(j rent-. Tli- A HI Kt- A WllUkINU I'lOI'I.K m (ill) of III tUi-l plllillt-MlutM t tht wnrlil. e'cmUiu It imbTea or M ritlumtM ut M'fctl- ttinlril' t Hitl bwIvMIk-m ttiti 1k -t intfrf!-i u wurkin)fini-ii. Illu,rmi-iiis of nmii.im'tit w raiitirtti'-n in iwh .. NiitiiWn it lli'iunmnd rl ul urilirrs. Only tl.iO ir VMT.m n trinl three monthi ft V ceiiu. M'riUt ymr news Twwa, uunly tuid Slnt j-Inlnlv, fin-lout th money, hikI aJJrex imiiH Wukld Hi iLiifvu, iilUlmtKh, Pa. j-w"A"tiN wnltt on SnUrv or Cootmiesioo. Iron in the Blood! The PERUVIAN SYRUP mnkesthc wfHktronr, ami expels disease by Bupplyiug the blood witu ! NATPHE'S 0W VlTALlZINO AGEKT 'IRON". Caution. He sure von ffet Pemvlnn'5yrp. Fiuunlilcufree. J. P. BISSMORK. Proprietor, K. 88 pey St.. New York. Bold by Druggi"'. generally. The Stevens Mineral Fertilizer Nature's Fertilizer. Price 915 per ton on board cars at Linbon. Munnfncturem , r aim T.IW11C,3. II., ) I"""-'- Lii'o to Xlixiitw ! X oi to IiiootK! For information a to Hi value as a Fertilizer and . Insect Destroyer end for circular contain! uir certiflcta nrrnlliihlu nun who have used it tor the paid three year. SAMUEL H. RSBBIN3, li&bon, N H., - i n' i . ;t 1 Suaretry iu4 Cenoral AgetiU . Wholesale Depot, 80 Seuth ilarkej Street, Boston. $20,000 GOLD M $1.25 Cl'MOT. riMIB PeopU'i Grand Bliulcal Festival and Gift En X, terniitM will m.V iAum at the Metropolitan Thea tre, lu bacrameutu, Calif urn la, on tha lth of June, 1H7. when 099 Prixti,ainouiuinrtooTer $SO,OUOV will be ditributed to Ticket HoMum, in the aino manner a at the drawing oi lh calebrayted Uurcamila es7n Library Gift Concert of fiun JTrancUco. ine UlKheMt i prize being iiO.WHi in Gold. Payment of Pritea Kuar I anUed by depotdu. Tuketii. tl.ti currency, ot 11 Tickets for SliA Vnll information with proepectui can be obtained at FELCli CO.'ti Mauagei 's Agency, i roe aroauway. new iw. AGKNTd Wanted. Agents maka more money at for us than aurtlilnjr elii. Particulars 0. BTiaani Co.. Pint An PvHUlur: Portland. Ma. iy l Envelopes of various Maes, colors, Bonirs ou tJ iu.h. Ss sheeta Sou Paoer. conv of a au-iln,, paper, all sent fur Hue. J. A. Uowells aV Oo., Jettursou, 6, 490 for nrst-clas. Pianos. No discount. NoairenU das II. 8. PIANO CO., Mi liioadway, N. Y, April i(-7. ' 9