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Entertaining a Choir.
Since the groat Boston Poaoe Jutrileo, our hitherto quiot villago has been in a state of continual uproar. Gloo-clubs vio with th town-choira in making both day and night hideous with their per petual turmoil. I eould withstand this with ft com mendable degree of pationco would they give us old familiar songs and tunes i but in lieu thereof, we have a something that would even puzzlo Watts, or any of the old hymn-makers, to make either head or tail, middle or beginning out of. "Once updn a time" I had the honor to load the good old-fashioned choir of the aristooratio cliurcn ot our neignoor hood. Then it was that when I pitched the tune, they wont ahead, and did up the business on hand in short meter, and took their seats like a well-behaved and modest sot of people ; and those were the times that tried the musoular arrangements of the throat and mouth ; but now Lot me tejl you. Jane Jane is my oldest daughter she is a member of the choir, of the Mendelssohn, Beethoven, and I don't remember how many other clubs besides. The choir meet for practice every Friday evening. They meet at the several resi dences of its members. Last Friday evening mine was the house to be given up to the sacrifice. I debated within mysolf whether to become oblivious to all sounds, sweet or otherwise, by liberal potations of liquor, or to take refuge with some kind but distantly-removed friend. Jane notieod my troubled mind, as re flected on my oountenance. She bade me for her sake to cheer up, and enter tain the non-combatants singers, I should have said. They came the organ, the choir, and the audience J filling the house to over flowinsr. save one room, which I had reserved for mysolf and my particular friends. Obedient to mv daughter's request, I made myself conspicuous by my acts of gallantry, especially to tne young ana fair out of which number I expect to choose my second wife, at some future - day. The first song or two was remarkably well dono, being of the simple, plain old school of lonir time aeo. The next on the renertoire was an anthem. Com posed of but eighteen words, it required three hours and a half of unrelaxed ef fort on the part of the choir to finish it off. The organist struck up, and rattled off a medley composed of "Oh, tor a thousand toneuos." "Old doe Tray," " Put me in my little Bed," etc. Then the loader in a sleepy tone, sung " Praise," the alto, "Por-aiso," the basso, . " P-e-r-a-i-s-e." then they subsided and suddenly, as if struck by a streak of lightning, all joined in " iraiseyetno Lord." The female portion here rested, while tho males went at it again, "Praise ve. Braise ye ye praise, ye praise ye the hee-hce-hee the Lor, the Lor thelothelothelo." Then the fomenines took a "Enemies? No, sir, not that I am aware of J and I herewith authorize you to offer a reward of five hundred dollars for the detection of the scoundrel." No one as yet has claimod the roward j but gloo-clubs, etc., are not as popular in our town as they wero. Jiormal School Exercises. In the Richmond Normal School, a few days ago, the lesson in elocution was upon " articulation" and various ex amples of difficult enunciation were cited and practiced. At tho close of the exercises the principal called for such exmplos to be handed in as tho pupils might know or be able to find. The fol lowing are some of tho results of the in vestigation, and furnish a very good collection for practice : " Amidst the mist and coldest frost, With buro wrists find stoniest boasts, He tli runts his lists against the posts, And still InslBts he sees the ghosts." "Of nil the sows I evsr snw, I never saw a saw as this saw saws." " Up the high hill he heaves a huge round stone." "Crazy Crnycroft ennght a crate of crlckled crabs, A crate of crlckled crabs Crazy Craycrott cnunht. II Crazy Craycoft caught a crate of erlcklcd crabs, Where's the crate of crlckled crabs Crazy Cray- croft caught r" " Tbon wrcathd'st and muzzled'at the far fetched ox, and lmprisond'st him in the vol canic Mexican nionutain of Pot-o-cat-n-pct-1 In Co-to-pax-1." " Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled pep- ners : a Dock or t cKlea nenners reier riper nicked. If Peter Floor nicked a peck of pickled peppers, wherc's the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?" " Thon wafi'd'nt the rickety stnfl over the monntnin-beight clids, ntid clearly saw'et the lull-orb'd moon." " When a twister twisting, would twist him a twist, For twlatinir a twist three twists he will twist. But If one of the twists untwists from the twist. The twist untwisting untwists the twist." " Robert Rowley rolled a round roll round ; a lotina roil liooeri Kowiey rouea rouna. Where rolled the round roll Robert Rowley rolled roond?" "Theophllns Thistle, the successful thiBtle- sfftcr. In sifting a selveful of this'lcs, thrust three thousand thwt ls tlirongu tne tmck 01 his thumb." " Peter Prancle, the prickly pear picker, picked three pecks of prickly prangly pears from tne praugiy peur-irecs on tuu pieasaut prairies." " VUlcy Vite and vile vent a vorage to Vest v indsor and est Ickbam von itson cd' nesday." " Bandv-lccced Borachlo Mustachio Wblsk- erlluscns, the bale but brave bombardino of Bagdad, helped Aborrallique blue-Beard, Ba shaw of Balcmanck-b, to beat down an abom inable Bumble ol Bashaw." A Broken Spirit, years ago, in a little AGRICULTURAL IIOW AORIOCLTCRAt, PAPERS PAT. We quote from tho Carolina Farmer this edifying story of what a far-seeing husbandman, in ono of tho back neigh borhoods of Eastern New York did. some twenty years since, to enhance tho valuo ot his property by elevating the standard of agriculture among the farm ers arounu mm, no one ot whom took a weekly newspaper or an ai periodical : lie subscribed tor ZO coptes, and had them mailod to as many of his towns men, selecting those in whom he had most hopo. Us wrote to all, telling what he had dono, and saying he would receive nothing for the paper tho first year, at the y end of which, if they did not consider it worth the club price, they could stop it, and inform hiin of their decision. Home ot tho tanners were so prejudiced that they would not read them, but their children did, and told the parents what they had found, and finally all became interested, and every one subscribed, or got their sagacious neighbor to do so for them, the next year. From the time the jour nals began to bo read, improvement in the goneral larm practice commenced. Improved implements wore obtained, draining, and turning in of green crops was introduced, one bought a new breed of fowls, and another a fine ram, another a Berkshire boar, and another a mowing machine, and so on ; by degrees there was a general improvement in the sys tem of farming, and a corresponding in crease in the market value of the land in the neighborhood, and this liberal neighbor sold his farm and went West, and he told the writer that he was satis fied that the twenty papers, donated five years before he sold his farm, en ablod him to realize fully f 2,000 more for it than he would have done, had he not given impetus to farm improvement in the neighborhood by inducing the tanners to read. RlFORJlATIO.V OP TDK WORKISO Classes. It has been suggested, speak ing of tho great need of reforming the working classes, that tho non-workers need reforming moro i ond, could they bo niado.to earn their living, they would bo reformed indeed. It is bocauso tho working boes have to strpport so many drones, of various kinds, that is so ter ribly hard for them. The number of real producing men is very small in- ..u, 1 deed, compared with tho entire mass of gricultural m.t- A . .rt,otimr- fiT8 hundred persons labor for a mere subsistence, in order that one family of five persons may wear purple and line linen, and fare sumptuously every day. Let tho work of reformation begin at tho top, and come downward. New York Wholesale Market. BCTTKR-ftaT, fins flrkinl ( .W.il.m CHEESE State factory.'...'. Ohio do.. Varm COTTON Ordinary ...'!.'..! low to good middling-... EQOS-N. Y., N. 1., dt p.nn-a Limed FLOCR Superfine "trm to tancy State.-.... Ohio round hoop Kxtra amber Spring wheat Extra Genoee St. I.mtl. HaiiMa a.h ... Cork Meal Western or Jersey.. ltrnnrlvuritta ........ GRAIN Cork Western fc Southern BiBLlT Wettorn Canada Oats hYa Wheat Western No. 1 Spring... uo. no. i ao. .... Do. Amber Do. W hite w nltn (Imihm .... PROVISIO.NS-Pork-New mess.. . W a nrtme.. But- Plain S Axtra mess.... 10 00 Beef hams Si 00 J O t SJ (M 17 (IV (1 17 ttl) aoy fey It ((1) Have You a Cold 1 Have You a Cough ? Have You Bronchitis? Have You the Asthma 1 Have You any Lung Diffi culty or Weakness in your Throat? Road tho following an! learn tlio value of ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM ! A ST ART I is u w &2 n E(g a .r- tn izz 11 u m IT-JLV UK tWJ fel Vi til IN J Kil El WT fl KjjBXT --uawr mif Id HI -VJ aS4j NtfC -LJvr It. Bostman Onllogo, po'keeps!r. V9 On-Tlie-IIndson. Tho only Intllnllon tn America dTote to t) Hpecialtyof tmlnlnc Voung Men and noyffnrincroMln life, teaching them hnw t4g-t a living, niako mont-y and hrcomo onterpri'lng, iimfnl citliene. Tho Oldest and only Practical Business Training School, and the onlvonenrovldintf nositlotie fur Oradiliile. T-itnl exnonTO of nresrrilted nonrpe. B100 to iis ddrasa for particulara and Catalogueol 1,000 Uraduatos in Duslnrss. II. J. K A ST MAN, I,L. D.. Po keenln. N. Y. No Ta-ntlons. What tho Doctors say. 3 S 90 f 01 7 U S U 7 70 S 00 9 CO S 40 I 70 7 7J 63 1 05 ii S8 I it 1 SO (0 at (?) 1 80 I 00 II 60 1 10 name manner. But the thing couldn't last, sure. It was now nearly ten o'clock, and tho anthem not half through with. Myself and friends naid auite a numbor of visits to our room, to consult over this stylo of musio, and to sample the Bour bon. e now bolted the door, and wont into secret session. "Hank!" says Jim hite, "do you know what I think is tho matter down there 'i Tho last word of that sentence that they are at now is Lord, according to tho best of my belief. Now, give mo ten. ink ond naner. Tho implements wero provided. Ho indited a noto to the leader, teeming with compliments, and suggesting tne lost word. Teogue, the Irish boy, was called, and Fifty years ago, in a littlo town of Delaware, a lad aged nineteen, and bear ing the name of Charles Draper only recently left fatherless, and believing himself wronged in the patrimonial estate by his stepmother and her chil dren warred fierco feud with tho later turn in about tho occupants of his early home, and was even ooirayea Dy passionaio sense 01 in jury into striking the oldest of his step- brotnors. or tins onenco ot not Dlood he paid a heavy penalty ; for it gave the incensed lady and her family an op portunity to brand him with ignominy. They had him " bound over to keep tho peaco" toward them ; and when in his accumulated wrath at this he uttered threats they caused him to be cast into jail. A high-spirited, imperious ' na ture, ho took this disgrace, as ho deemed it, so bitterly to heart that from the moment of his introduction to prison Quarters his wholo character seemed to change. He did not care, he said, ever to leavo the jail, now that its shameful brand was upon him ; and if ho should ero forth again it would only be to re turn soon again with greater desort of Horses ix California. Most of tho horses of California are still of Mexican stock, and are admirably adapted to wild pasture and the saddle? They are healthy and hearty; they keep fat on scanty feed ; they can travel long dis tances, even a hundred miles in a day, without injury, and after having been broken, thev are docilo and kind. For general service in the southern part of the State, they are decidedly superior to American or English horses. They are usually allowed to run wild until they are four years old, and they are then harnessed and broken. On some of the ranches, the old custom of kecpinc the mares exclusively for breeding is still observed, and none save the geldings are used for tho saddle or harness. The Mexican horse is better than any other for tho herdsman er vaquero, but is not swiit enough for racing, and is not large nough for teaming. .A ear the middle ot tho Mate, most 01 the horses are of American stock. Tho cross of the Clydosdalo with tho Cali fornia stock makes a largo horse just suited for heavy work ; but for tho buggy and parade, tho Morgan and thoroughbred are in demand. There are now several hundred thoroughbreds in the State, some of them equal to the best of their kind. There are also large numbers of American horses, of mixed blood, but of fine quality, excellent for gener.vl iarm work. Most ot tho Cali fornia horses are never fod with culti vated food or kept in stables, and many the Amorican horses, except when engaged in hard work, are treated in the same manner. Thoro are 190,000 horses and 24,000 mules in tho State. Bacok. Oriis Uaui I.ARD SEED-CloTer Timothy...., PlATBffl WOOL N. Y., Pa.. O., and Mich.... Tt. and Iowa Toxas and California...... BEEVES Host Uood , Common tn flr.. SHEEP LAMBS Sheep.., 14UUDS.. BWIXE-Llve Drossed v 6 M W lit 8 (.0 B (JB J oo (x 0 0 M 7i a (ai 11 (Si It & 10 (Si 10 (ft ( ' 6 V (ft 7 us it iVi six 7 00 S 00 7 40 13 I 40 t 71 II 00 I 01 I B0 73 74 71 1 11 10 01 1 60 1 18 1 83 I ao l 91 13 ci u 10 10 00 11 00 iC 00 I I 31 81 80 M 14 IS Il ls iox Dr. Liotd, ol Ohio, Unrgeon In the Army (Innng tne war, n-oin exposure, contractr-a consumption, n says: "I have no hesitancy in stating thnfltwas h the ns of yonr Loxa Balsam that lain now all to am enjoying neaim. Dr. Flktohbr of Mlssonri, snye: "I wrsmmsnfl your Balsam in preference to anr other medicine fur Coughs, and it gives satisfaction. ALLEN'S LUNU BALSAM Is the remedy to enre all Lung and Throatdttncultle. It should lie thoroughly tested before using any other Balsaiu. It will oure when all others fall. Directions accompany each bottle. Again What tho Doctors Say. Amos Wool. 1 it, M. D , of KosclnnVo County, Indi ana, snys t " For throe years past I hae used Allin i Ldno Balsam extensively In my practice, and 1 am satisfied there is no bettor tucdkltlu for luug diseases in use,' Isaao A. Doras, M. P., of Logan Connty, Ohio, save: " Allsn a Lena ijalsam not only sells rapidly. but gives perfect satisfaction in every case within my knowledge. Having confidence In it, and knowing that it nnssosses valuable medicinal properties, I freely use it in niy daily practice, and with unbounded success. As an expectorant It Is most certainly ahead of any preparation I have ever yet known." Natmahiil Harris, M. D., of Mlddlebnry, Ver- motit. mv,! ' T hnve no douht it will soon become a Classical remedial ngent for tho core of all diseases of the Throat, Bronchial Tubes, ana tho Lungs. Physicians do not recommend a medlclno which haa no merits ; what tboy say about ALLEN'S LUNG BALSA, Can bo taken u a fact. Let all afflicted lent It at once. PERKY DAVIS & SOI, Trvlcliioo, It. I. General Agents for Now England Staloc For Sale by J. F. HENRY, New York. GEO. C.GOODWIN etc CO. JOHNPON, HOLLO-WAY Phtltt. r f L i .-ill ur- - Ii I NATURE'S REMEDY.V Si,-' iiA B. -J The Crfat Biona Purihe aaiiwsa-aii, i.nii s isiaimir A valuable. Indian compound, for restoring tna health, and for tho permanent enra of all dUeaesails Inf from lrapnrltlos of the blood, snch as Brrofnla, Slcrofrilons lljnnor, Cancer, fan- rernns llnmnr, Brysipent, vsmnor, sin Ilhonm, Pimple si nil Humors on me Puce, fleers, CntiRlii, t alnn-li, llronrliltls, Neuralln, Illieu tnat lam, Pains Infhe Blile, Dysprpsln, Constipation, Costlveness, Piles, Headache, Dizziness, Nerronaness, Fain - ness at the Htomacli, Pain in tne hbck, Kidney Complaints, Female Weak ness, and Ueneral Uciinit y. This r.rcnnrallnn Is scienlincally and. chemically combined, and so strongly concentrated iroin rools, herbs ond barks, that Its good ellects are rcalited im mediately alter commencing to take it. Thero is no disease of the hnman system for which the ortiii cannot be n-cd with perfect sofi ty, as It does not con tain any metallic Compounn. rtfrpraiiirauiis mo as tern of all Imnuritb-s of the blood It has no equal. It haa never failed to effect a cure, giving tone and strength to the system debilitated by disease. Its won derful effect upon these complaints ara surprising to all. Iany have been cured by the Vsortiks that have tried many olhor remedies, it can well o cbik-u this iic.J4A.rr BLOOD PURIFIER, FRLPARCU Or U. R. STEVMXS, Boston, A COW DEN, J 6X commanded to carry the note to Doctor imprisonment. In short, Charles Dra Brightmam (the leader) -without dolay. per, partly hy his own notion, remained Tho messenger pertormea his part aa- m jail at Georgetown tor no less than mirahlr. Rushing into the midst of the singers, with a loud voice, ho proclaimed to the doctor " There's a dead man wants to Bee you, sur. and here s a letther he sent you, The musio ceased, tho noto was perused, and the anxious crowd ot inquirers lm formed that the dead man was of their own murdering, Again they resumed thoir song, with but little hopes for a speedy conclusion "Jtow, it this was my house, says Jim, " I'd turn tho wholo lot of 'em out." " But you wouldn't toll them to quit In so many words, would, you ( " No. Btart om up with an earth' thirteen years f He was in his thir ty-third year when Judge Edward ootten, one of the associates of the Sussex County Court, became acquaint ed with and interested in his curious case, and caused him to he discharged. The samo humane magistrate save him such aid in lawj too, as to enabTo him to recover about 3,000 from his father s contested estate : but the now morose, broken-spirited man retained no ambi tion for Life, and, instead of undertaking any honorable career, became bar-keeper in a hotel. That vitiation ot appetite had nothing to do with this selection is proved by the fact, that although a bar- quake, or something of the sort. Whore's keeper for over twenty-five years, or the the cannon yeu celebrated with last wholo remainder of his broken life, year'f" Draper never drank a drop of liquor, " Housed up, down in the cellar." used tobacco, or even uttered a coarse " Just tho argument just the place I phase. The 'Wilmington Commercial, af Kow, one moro bumper all around, and ter giving his story, reports his death at to this sentiment : Here s to the lame, I Miltord last week ; and adds, that, hav and broken-winded,- vainly endeavoring ing increased his little inheritance from to 'escape the Day of Judgniont. May $3,000 to moro than four times that thoy have abundance of faith to carry amount, the departing bearer of a broken them through the trying ordeal in a be- spirit has bequeathed every cent to the coming manner. Hank, take tho light, kind judge who befriended him when ho ana snow tne way. was heart-sick and m prison. 1 suppose my head must have Deen affected by the stimulants, besides being confused by the noise, or I should never have consented ; but that is neither here or there. We unearthed tho article a small-sized, but loud-tonad instrument of war. Jim installed himself as chief irunner, while I served as powdor- uionkey, supplying him with two one- The first dandy was made by Dame Nature out of the refuse matter left from making Adam and .ve. lie was concocted with a bouquet in one hand and a looking-glass in the other, llis heart was dissected in the thirteenth century, and found to be a pin-cushion full of butterflies and sawdust. Ilenev pound canisters, and a couple of cast-off er falls in love, for to love requires both petticoats tor wadding. All was ready for action. "Now, wait," says Jim to tho man who had volunteered to apply the match " wait until they siinnior down on the little end of that For-evor,' and then lot her rip. " For ev " " Not yet," says Jim, " For-ev-ev-ev for-ov," came louder and mora of it " f--r-e-v-e-r." An explosion followed, which came near demolishing the entire fabric. The glass rattled from the sash, and the en tire population of the house made for the doors and windows. Borne ran to the village for assistance, but more re mained scattered about the lawn, some dead gone in a faint, and others calling on the Lord to save them from the wrath to come. The villagers came pouring down like a flood. They assist ed in caring for the wounded in spirit while myself, Jim, and the selectmen of the town began an investigation as to the "cause of 'the disturbance. Jim expressed the opinion that it must have been an earthquake. I suggested Guy Fawkes, and an underground visit was undertaken, There stood the disturber, looking as cold and grim and brassy as if nothing had occurred. But who was tho individual with malicious intent 't " Have you any enemies, Mr. Wilkins T inquired tho squire. brains and a soul, and the dandy has neither. He is a long-lived bird ; he has no courage, never marries, has no virtues, and is never guilty of first-class vicos. Join Uuungs. Tub Adds Liszt, acknowledged by the leading musicians of the world as the Grand Master of instrumentation on the Piano Forte, has been so chary of bis commendation of pianos of anr particular make, that the follow- in? testimonial written by blm bearaadditional weight, aside Irora the high source Irora wntcu it emanates. This voluntary testimony, irom the dUtiugaUlied Maestro, is a triumph for America, a triumph tor Boston, and an endur ing uiumpn lor Messrs. liailut, unvis to, whose patent orchestral grand and square pi anos are all made with the same fidelity as to recent improvements, purity ol tone, ana su perioruy oi wominansuip : Weimab, May, 1871. Translation. Mr. Florence Zieqfbld, Director of the Chicago Academy of Music : My Dear Director : The reputation of the American pianos was established everywhere by the extraordinary sensation they created at the Paris Exhibition of 1367. Since that time several of the leading piano manufacturers in Europe have luuna it expedient to construct pianos of the American kind. The distinguish ing advantage of the latter peculiar richness of tone and extreme solidity of construction were evident to eye and ear la the most admi rable Instrument manufactured by Ilallet, Davis fc Co., of Boston, which was tested here yesterday, , It is highly desirable that the use and enjoy ment of these instruments should be attainable for European pianists. With distinguished regards, I am, yours truly, r. I.1SZT. A New Hoxet Plant. In a late number of tho American Jiee Journal it is stated that a very limited quantity of the seed of tho Partridge Pea (cassia chamacrista of botanists) has been placed in the hands of the Commissioner of Agriculture, for distribution among bee-koepers who may desire to give it a trial. Those wishing it should make application for the same at once. It should be known, however, that the plant is classed among weeds, and is often regarded by good farmers as littlo better than a pest. It is described . by Darlington, in Ins " Weeds and useiul Plants," page 110, who says it is com mon to sandy fields, especially souin- ward, flowering from July to September, and often as lato as the middle of Octo ber. The only thing to recommend it as a honey producing plant, is that it blooms during the interval between spring and autumn pasturago, and thus furnishes feed for bees at a time when other vegetation fails to give a supply, It is an annual, and the Journal says on this account " ought not to be difficult to As Act of Jcstick. Doubting Castle was a sad stumbling block in the path of Buman'i Christian, though it couldn't bar his way to Truth. We can sympathize with the Pilgrim, for Doubt always besets us when we are ask ed to believe anything particularly extraordin ary. Consequently, when we heard, some eighteen months sgo, that a physician in Cali fornia had compounded, from the juices and extracts of certain herbs found there, a medi cine that cured almost every variety of blood disease, we were incredulous. Since then we have had opportunities of testing the accuracy of the report, and are free to admit that our doubts have vanished. Seeing what we have seen, knowing what we know, it is impossible for us tn question the remedial properties of Dr. Walkkb's Viskoab Uittkrs. Thut this fitmous vegetable Tonic, Alterative, and Antiseptic is a speciiiu for Dvspi-pia, Liver Complaint, Chronic Constipation, Fever and Ague, Kilious and Intermittent, scrofulous laintiHthe Blod, Incipient Consumption, Local and General Debility, Khc-umatisiD, Kick Headache, and Diseases of the Kidneys, seems to be a matter beyond the pale of con troversy a fixed met in medical history. The statement of friend?, in whose veracity and intelligence we hnve full confidence, corrobor ated bv our own personal ooservatiun, compel us, to admit the surpassing merits of the pre paration. Transforming tub Complexion The transformations produced by Hagan's Mag nolia Bai.m arc quite as astonishing as any scene ou the stage of a theatre. Thut famous beautlllcr, transmutes a sallow, peeky looking complexion, into one in which the lily and the rose ie lor admiration, and Imparts to a dry, harsh skin, the soltuess of perlect loveli ness. Tan and freckles, which country air and sunlight are prulty sure to produce, in spile ol p trasols ana sundowns, aru completely oblit erated by it ; while It has a perfectly magical eQ'ect in banishing undue reduces, blotches and pimples train the ckin. When the lady who has used it to remedy her coniplexional de lects looks In the mirror, slie Is equally as tounded and gratified at the improvcinunts in her appearance, i-.veiy Dleuusli lias disap peared, her neck, arms aud bosom, now rival in whiteness the snowy collar which encircles her throat, ber cheek mantles with a peace- like bloom, and sue Is ready to Invoke a bless- lug on the Inventor of the article which has wrought such a delightful traustorninliou. TO CONSUMPTIVES. The advortlsor, hnvlnir beon pormanontly cured ol that dread disease, Consumption, by a simple romedy, is anxioni to make knoirn to his fellow ufTr-rer the means of cure. To all who dealre it. be will send a copy of the prescription used, (free of charge), with xne airecnons lor preparing ana otiiiK vp khiiio, wmi-u they will And a Seas Crmt roa Consimi'Tios, Asth ma, Bronchitis, Sec. Parties wishing the prescription win please aaaress ttC South Third St.. Williauisburub N. Y. Price SI. 93. BOSTON, MAS.-. Sold brail l)ni(rirl-.t- KEN y uawyi.'" fir j Wild Ohkrbt TUi.ram. The mcmorr of Dr. Wis tar la embalmed In the heart of thousands whom htB Balaam of Wild Cherry has cured of cou?h. coldn, consumption, or rom ether form of Pnlmouary dis ease, ii ic now over lortv ream miicb inis Dreoamiion wbb brought before the public and yet the demand for u ii constantly lncrcaein?. ViOETmn. Thft areat pucpops of the Veobtikr a a cleanHeriind'puiinernf the blood Is ehown beyond a doubt bv the eTeut number who have tattrn It. and re ceived immediate relief, with such remarkable cures. Fifteen mlnntot confidential telle with the ladled on important subjects, by one of their number, fteut free for two Btampri. Address Mrs. II. Mbtigkr, Huuover, ra. "INTEREST OR RENT collected In all part m. oi ureal Jtriiain. noiiana. r ranee anu upmiany.Dy J. i KUEALtf. Attorney at Law, Columbia, Pa. T?OR SALE One of the Finest Estates on A tiUtaier. n lurn&Phed. For ni Gloucester Court-Uousc, Gloucester Co., Ta. tidtaier. Virginia, containing 8b0 acres, 4tu acre a ana currounainirs MIT II, In fine cultivation. Neighborhood and curroundinj unsurpanhed. ror particular. addreK M. K TRUSS!! THE HOWE PATENT Blast la Brit Trass (or rup ture) is durable, cheap and sale; is as eailv worn a" a orarter: ha cured patients In from 5 to ii wet-ki. For particulars bcuu lor Ulrcninr. AatircsH HJS.Mti nu fc, uox 13a, uouncu jsiunv, lows. CARTK DE VIS1TE, IMPERIAL, ETC., CUAYON DRAWINGS, OIL PAINTINGS, MINIATURES ON IVORY, ETC. l'HOTOOnAPIIS FINISflED IN INDIA INK, WATER COLORS, ETC. ' Parties vl-ltlng New York and wanting a renl artistic I Broadway (opposite the Grand Central Ho- tel.) 1. Gas SilM AMrato The best thin In the market. Sells at ulirV. Gives a LARGE INCREASE OF LIUHT .MCl.Wy ana PLEASANT, NO HEAT, GREAT SAYING. Aernu are makine small fortunes selling them One r" rri. Ill IN (INE WEEK. Another 17 IN 4 DAYS- Write for circulars and terms, and secure tho best un !' occupied territory at once. Agents wanted ev erywhere. County aud State rights Tor pale. Ad dress DERFORD & JOHNSON, Bole Proprietors and Manufacturers, 1103 Broadway. New York. No Perooii enn take thene Bitters accord in to directions, and remain Jong unwell, provided their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or other means and the vital organs wasted beyond the point of repair. lj-p)epln or Imllgcfttlnn. Headache, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, TtRhtneM of the Chet, bis tiness. Sour Kructationa of the Stomach, Had Taste in the Mouth, Hilimts Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart. Inflammation of the Lns, Pain in the regions of the Kidnevs, aud a hundred other painful symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaints U has no equal, and one bottle will prove a Letter guar antee of its merits than a lencthv advertisement. For Female Compliiiiit, in young or old, married or siiiRie, at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display so decided an influence that a marked improvement is soon percep ' For Inflammatory ami Chronic Rheu matlam and (lout, liiliotis. Remittent and Inter mittent Fevers, Diseases of the UIod, Kiver, Kidneys and liladder, these Hitters have no equal. Such Dis eases are caused hv Vitiated HlooH, which is iteneraily produced hy derangement of the Digestive Orleans. They are a Untitle IMiiRallve as well aa a Tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit of acting as a powerful zent in relieving Congestion or Inflam mation -fine Liver and Visceral Organs, and iu Bilious Dieast For SUlii DlHeasm, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt Rheum, lilotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Hoils, Car buncles, KinR-wnrms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Kry- sipelas. Itch, Scurfs. Discolorationsof the Skin, Humors t and Diseases of the Skin, nf whatever name or nature, ars literally dug up and carried nut of the system in a ! short lime hv the use of these Hitters. ) Urateful Thousand proclaim Vinegar Rit i tfrs the mast wonderful Invigornt that ever sustained 1 the sinkinc svstem. ! j VAl.KKrt,Pmp'r.n,lI.ncIONAI,nA,rO. DiiiKKists and Ocu. Ats., San Francisco and XiW Yoilu DRtV.ClSTS ft DEALERS. rtfi-iit In I'm W.'tM lllt HOIILU ANU 11 IM . r AI 11 UK It. Aoorutif it- "LlX 11BHWAKK trill Ut.lAIJI U 'ton, t-iiilMll)Liri. Ciininntui, Su L'jui, rlvi'lanl, HnKr innni ami Phicni. Kolvli of tha birtl trrtiltv. Onlv (1,00 tw vm. No knrclw.tr d.-alcr fan afti.rd to Jo withoul It. Kvrv m-.i-'tinl-t fir.d ir.etil wirier aliould Uk It. tiivn rm.r liiu -trvi':i "t iw mu' Litu rv than IJ S inufic Ant-rini'i. hjot 1ur wier-ki u tkial f.-r '."i c-ali, r- tn; piiU. AiiiifJ WuRLlt priiUMUNU CO., laoit Would IIiilhim, ratkliurrh, Th. tSr-sol.I) I'.V A I.I EDMIS TON'S Common Sens Cnre for dlspoTored snd cured when pronoun ced incurable. This cut snow, the only wny to reach the Peat of the dis ease. $1.60 will procure enough to cure any cuse, or send 60 cts. for enough to prove Its merits or to euro an ordinary case. Cure warranted or nonoy refunded. Address, Key. fc. W. EDMISIO.N, Uikhlaud, Ohio. The Wat to Do It. Many premium chro- moB aud engravings are bclug given bv differ ent publishers ta subscribers, but we kuow ol ouly one publisher who gives the premium at the Lime of subscribing. We icier to the pub- libher ol the v ssteun Wo8Li, whose adver- tisemeut appears in another column. He tenth the premium, with the first number of the paper. within twenty-four hours after the subscription ts received. Or it one subscribes ol one ol his authorized agents be will receive the Chrotno on the spot, when he pays his money. The worla Is a spleuuia paper, and subscribers are nocking to it by the tuousnnds. Best Offer Yet! Only S3 for $8 In Value ! ! Or for $4, S 1 3 In Value ! ! ! The Charmtuft and Artistic Oil C lironio, HAVE PAHENCK," Hie, 1117, price S), will be sent fret as a premium to every yearly suotcnDer to tue "WESTERN WORLD," Acknowledged to be the BEST STORY and FAMILY FArMi (published every Saturday) In this country. "Have Patiknob." Is one of Messrs. L. Prang 6l Co s highly finished artistic Oil Cukomou, representing a nnopneru dog ana neautimi young snri at play tne little girl teaching the dog patience by withdrawing a favorite morsel just as be is about to p natch it. A The Ifuinau Tele era ph. The uuive are tcl- egrapbic fibres operated by tbe brain ; but if the stom ach, the great vitaltzer of the Fytem. Is disordered, the whole nervous organization is partially shattered iur mo nine uuiug. i ahkast v CiIfkhveuckm belt EBB APBKIENT works wonders in casti of nerrona d. biiity arising from dyspepsia, by restoring tbe etomach to n normal conaiTinn, ana Koppinir tue Dowels liee. SOLI) Y ALL DHU(JOI8TS. Poh't Hawk, Hawk, Spit, f5pit, Blow, Blovt and difust everybody with your Catarrh, ana its offensive odor, when Dr. Sage's Catarrh n i : 1 1 .. ii .. i . w i rv-uicuy win buccuhy ucsirov an uuu, arretf gel na oi uy proper mUimgeu1K..w wo.. ,he dUcbar and jure a7(( lus uresuuuu in uuucaiiauic. if.i.i. caution above given, in regard to this plant, perhaps our bee-keepers naa bet ter give it a trial. Salt and Ashes rou Horses. Those keeping horses should, twice a week, throw in a nandtul oi salt ana ashes. Mix them by putting in three Darts of salt to one of ashes. Horses v relish this, ana it will Keep tneir nair soft and fine. It will prevent bo ts, colic, &c. A littlo around sulphur mixed with salt and ashes, and given once in two or three weoks. is also bonehcial. All domestic animals will be thus bene fitted. i The Fatal Trichina. It behooves those people who are fond ITow to Ornament the Hair. All that art can accomplish in Tjeauti- fying, strengthening, thickening, and perpetuating the human hair, is effected by the use of Burnett's Cocoaijje. There is a stimulating property in this preparation, which literally compels a rapid growth of the fibres, while its emollient action renders them -silky and elastic. It is the lest and cheapest hair dressing and inviaorator in the icorU. So say the masses who use it. Your drug gist has it. Chapped Hands, face, rough skin, pimples, ring worm, sult-rhcum, and uplendia work of art, very attractive to all, more por Ocularly to the young. lly .eudius St tlie Magxificixt Stesl ekosaviko, "The Nativity of Our Lord," Sice, 83x38, price ii, will lie added, making $13 in Value for Only $4 ! ! ! Specimen copies of tbe WESTERN WORLD Kent free Address JAMES R. ELLIQ1T, Publisher, 36 Broinfleld St., Boston, Mass. L. B. SQUIER & CO., Manufacturer and Dealers In Machinery and Imperial WOOL OILS, Soap, $itvreli, &o. Xo. 172 Front Street, XEW-YOUK CITY. T13F Orders by mail or otherwise promptly attended to JL. O. 8UU1KU. J. B, 10. JBLIVEN. Fbt at Tut At. llttw mmlhi f. r V5 mill. Tbf Attl-KU AS WOUUINU I'tUI'I.K i t-iie of tlif tunft riiUlirnlifm in Ik cll. Conulua ) i Mst. nr M columns of rt 're iittltfr, dt-itfind to ititff nt, Ir.ttru't Hid ftKftn- lh bf. ititfTMti of wurWinpnirti. Ili'itiration of t-roiiiineut workinemeD In mmi mu. IN utr.Ucra iU tuooutt.rla r. ut ftcrilMr. Only il.iO icr jtw, or on frful ihrt nvnthf for 5 cenu. VriU your nm, Tuwn. Cvuctr ad State rUinlv, enrloM the monft, aod ftddrua . IKuN WokLD i'l'BLl&HINt CO., 1bo Woulo Bcilpino, FilUburh, ra. t3TAgBti wsUitctl oa Salftry or Commit on Farmers t Mechanics t Ererrboutf. If TOO WAVT TOOET AXXi TOCO CANVASSERS WANTED. Likob Cisa Com- mission Allowed, and Chromot furnlthei Canvautrt to deliver to customers at time of subscribing. The handsomest, -and one of the best and most entcrtainius; of the uionthUei tiOUOGcnulne uiikssbiimrtl I, I11TT3. I f UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD. J 1 A n sel 1 1 Any Kind 1 Gcttlie RE41i ESTATE REGISTER, Pittsburgli, Pit. Largo 8 page, 40 column, wtielcly. Sent 3 mouths on trial for S3 cents. Worth 825. Cut this out. Try It. Those who Use the Lippincott's Magazine. Florence sewing machine Cheap Farms! Free Homt OS TUB LINK OF TUK A LAND URANT Or 4 f srrf or TUK Best Farming end Mineral Lands in Amc j 3,000,000 AC'UKS IX XEBRASu IX TUB CHEAT PLATTE VALLEY,. TUB GVltI101N ol'tlio WKST, NOW FOR SALE. . Thet-e lftndi are in the central portion of the UnilrJ Stat, ou t lie 4Ut (lepree ol" North Liitiludo, the eun tral line of the ffreut Tmpurute Zonu of tho AoiiTlriut Contineut, and for crain triowing and stock ruUiu Ullnntasse(l br nnv in the Unite! Ptnte. CUEAHKIl IN PRICK, more favorable temitlfiven, snd more convuuicnt to inarkt than can be found eUewhere. Free Homesteads for Actual Settlers. THE BEST LOCATIONS TOR COLONIES. Soldiers cntitltJ to a Homestead of 160 Acres. Free Passes to Purchasers of Lauil Send for the new deerlptive pamphlet, with new uiaili d true svervwhure. Addre mult, publilied in Enpli-'h. German, SwedifeU aud l.i O. F. DAVIS. Laud CoimnLtlonor, U. P. It. R.Co.. OMAHA. NEB. . , . , i : ..).. .... i I, ,, ,. 1 utuur uutuueuus auwuuilB uuicu, nuuiuq ?ar W haa already reI bHu madoBoft and giaootk by using the ferred to two deaths in Cleveland from trichina, through eating diseased pig nieat. Two other people, in the same citv. are now sufforiner from the same disease, -with very little probability of recovery. As in tne nist case, tne com plaint was brought on through eating sausage made of pork. Fart of tho food was csnipoaed ot meat Dougnt in tne market, and part from an animal fatten ed by the sufferers themselves. On ex- . ,r a i j -c l. :it, . annning we iwo kiiiud oi poia. wnu a microscone. it was discovered that tho meat procured at the market was full of trichina, while none could be soon in the home-fed portion. As there is no intimation that the former was at all decomposed, .the disease was probably the result of bad feeding of the hogs from which the purchased meat was taken. However that may be, it is in. cumbent upon the consumers of pork to Juniper Tar Soap, mado by Caswell, .Hazard is (JO., jn ew York, it is more convenient and easily applied than othor remedies, avoiding the trouble of tne greasy compounds now in uso. To THB fOBIIo. We know ot no remedy tquol to Jacks )N 's Catarrh Hncfv aud Troohc Powder, fur Catarrh, Asthma, Lots of Voice, 4.C Is mild, pleasant, agreeable to use, and a snrn cure. Ask your druggist for it, or mail SS cents to Coopkr, Wilson & Co., Philadelphia. The very best Sewing Machine is the t lorknce. " Kead the advertisement. RurrcKK can be cured without tutTerinz. Elastic Trusses are supersctliiiK all oiliers. Before buying Metal Trusses or Supporters, send for a descriptive circular to the Elastic Truss Co., 683 Broadwav, N. V. I'uniViLLF.n ANn Ai nvn PARI.V.RrHEW be very particular as to the quality of WIRE, Never leak, rip or come apart ask for it. There is no doubt that many dis- them. One pair will satisfy ouy one that they eased beeves and sheep, as well as hogs, "ae no mu lri lerl unrl nt to market lor lood. ' """"H- mi .1 -,r I ine poorer uiwse. - v I Ratreed stoeklne. ana in.trnnlnir tws are mostUkelyto sutter trom mis unscru- not iBen ou twt wlleie SILVER TIPS are pulous conduct of the dealers; but beef worn. Pureuts remember this that lust twice and mutton, lortunoieiy, arenov uue-cteu "uk. wifh trichina, and oue-ht at all times to or laIe by de.Uers. V.-v iMinfArra1 t 11 DT1 1 1 nil si V fillPfin CiT LLfcl Wl-ln. nA.-fck, .!?"tiwffiS1V,..?n.4f .?'?' .n4P- Bead AN ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY OF Popular Literature aud Science. LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE is now In Its ninth Tolume. Tna nam bur of nairei baa been lncrearted. enablfnir tho conductors to furuith an additional amount of POPULAR HEADING in tbe beot and mo it emphatic sen. The contribution now on band or specially enydtfvd euibrucw ah cslucallv attractive LlsT or TALES. SHORT ST0RTE3. NARRATIVES. ItEoCHIPTlVE SKETCHES. POEMS, POPULAR ESSAYS, Etc., BY TALENTED ASD WELL-KSOWS WRITERS; tope t her with a Tariety of able and interesting articles OQ tlie IMPORTANT QCEBTION8 OF TDK PAY. Ill 6UUU0n to the sUortwr art ic leu by ditiui;uliiUt)d wrltern, the toUowiny ATTlt ACTIVE SEIUAL WORKS will appear la LIPPIN'COTT 8 MAGAZINE during I. A VASCIXATIXa NEW STORY, THE STRANGE ADVEMl'EES OF A PHAETON. r WILLIAM BLACK, actbob or " A Uaughtor of Heth," Iu Silk Attire," etc. II. A CHARMI-NCl NEW NOVEL, a. y rr o xj iv . BV A TALENTED AMERICAN' AUTHOR. 111. Mr. Edward Wbymper's exquisitely lUustrutcd work, Scrambles Among the Alps. ILLUSTRATIONS de?lirnod bvdlHtlurulahed srtlnts snd eugravud iu tus unfuu.t style will sccoutpouy eucu uuutDsr. LipplncoWa Magaxtne Is for sale by all Periodical dealers. TERMS. YearlT Snbscrintton. SI 00. Sinel. N'um- hnr. 3i cntji. Llberikl Clubbiuff Rjites. Suectin.il number mailea, DOitasw Piua, u ay aaaress, ou re- celDl or i) chimp. U. lafl'iniiui'r ssv iu., raeuincn, 71i and 717 Markot Su, Pulladelpbla. REVOLVERS. Mome's Siz-SbooUrs. patented Jan.. 1871. 4 lucb barrel, flue nuiib. Will ahoot 4 rods, fries J, sent nnit-onia. Agenu wanted. "Vna uh llaa riAT.TAHIIlD iBOM ColNICI M, rnivvriliirhi, wnrld far both .truiirbt and firnlar work, addiew V ALVIiii CAttB w. ticvoiaua, y. i'i i 1 s.'t&S3 ffri know it U the bot. because It does more work, moro kind of work, and better work, than any oth er. Send for circular and sample of work. Offlcc, 39 Valou Square, New York. JOR ONE DOLLAR we will mail you a box of LORIXG'S FRENCH SOTE PAPElt itamped with any Initial or Pot name. Four tUos lid uk-ou piiiienui iu earn uox. j It rneeU the dally want of any lady. uoaruu.tf Mrnooi fririare aauptinn u. It's the prettiest prudent to a young lml y. Try one box for youraA-ll. AddreM LOHIXi, lulllMl.er, P.O. llox 6011, Uoaton, Maaa. 1 HTEM DOLLARS A DAY TO AGENTS Selling the Autoblograpby ot Saiu'l S. ILDEBRAN Tbe Great Missouri Bushwhacker. Clotu.llluitrated, prepaid, $1. Send for circular IlUUAl.'K WIIAX, Juffersou City, Mo RKWAH1) For any cane of Blind ttlt.Adiiip. llrblnir. or VI cerated Piles that Da Bmo's Pils Rsusur fa la to oure. It la nrenarcd ex- prehHly to cuiu Ibe Piles and uothlng else. Sold by all Diuegi.t. Price Sl.uO. 110 5,000 AGENTS WANTED.-Samples scut free by wall, with terms to clear from 85 toHlU per day. Two entirely new arti cles, salable as flour. Address H, II. Wini'K, Newark, N.J. Startling but True. Wanted ajrenti to Introduce our fant aellUnr eoodfl, I $5,000 a Top.r can be made iiyenerfretlc men. Adlia MONROB KENNEDY & CU., FltUburgli, Pu I k lOPVT Wantrwl. Aarenti make more mnneT jV work for un than auythiiifc elie. Particular free. U. tiTiSiuJI 4t Co., MM Aft rubtitner, fornaiia Nu, CO., 7 ui.d Proprietors. The Stevens Mineral Fertilizer. Nature's Fertilizer. Price $15 per ton on board cars at LUboa. E. C. STEVENS & iino-, II., Life to Plnnlfsi! Toatl to Iiisootw! For information as to its value nr- a Fertilizer and Insect Destroyer send fer circular containing certiflcal of rclluble men who have ued it for the put three year.. All correspondence to be aaaresgeu to SAMUEL II. R03BINS, Lisbon, N. II.. Secretary and General Agcut. Wholesale Depot, 20 South Market Street, Boston. . $20,000 COLD l'OR $1.25 ClURENCY. rpnU People's Orand Musical FeMlval and Oltt En X tenirioe will take place at the Mctropolitau Tlia- tre, In S;cmtti'Dto, URliiJinta, on the lj(h of Jum 1872. whtu OU9 Prizec, amouutiiiK to over $80.00Ot will be distributed to Ticket Holder, hi the ta:iiu m tinner a- at the drnwinu of the ceU'brutvd Mercantile Library (tit't Concert of Ban Pianciaco, the hirhi'U prize beiufi $20,000 in Gold. Payment ot Prize guar anteed by drpoiu. Ticket. currency, or 11 Ticketufor $!K.i0. Full Information with proi-peotu can be obtained at FCLCil k CO S MauatfeiV Atfuucy, IVQS H road wny, New York. tlAftlPUKLL'S LATE ROSE POTATO.-A J new ueedliiijf from Enrly RiHe,ol'woudertul produc ttveueKn and nueat quality. Will yield twice bm much. Kit PeerletiH.or any other potato now Ki own. Tliree hunk ela were produced fiom half a pound the pat ea-ou. Dekdiptive circulars free. Price $1 per H).. or $3 for 4 Ifra.tpOdt-paid, by mail Umq. W.Cuiupbeil, Delaware , ,0. $10 Tfl el nAlf.V n.M Mnruilnf airant.. S1k elusive territory. New monopoly. Sell In every family to entire aati.actlon. ttantea. Mvkbs M'r'oCo. Idi John 8t..N 'nre Ou Harriafte. UfVV Belief for Young Men. Reiuarbubie Hcport. neut tree. Address, IIowaks As socriTiox, Pnilaiielphla, l's. "I OMKSTE ADS. where they are and how to iret them 1 1 All about It. Eook.SOc. J. R OACiE. Neva.la, Iowa 400 or tlrst-clasi Piano.. Address U. 8. C1A.NO CO. April -7s No discount. Noaireuts. Mi liruadway N. V