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. Farm, Gardeu And Household.
tTalntr PaHi Dmm: The following hints are given in the uiru ana uu lrane Journal, for the 1 fl At .1 . ' ueuentoi inose who use l'aris green for potato bugs : As the handling and using of dry Faris green, especially by persons un accustomed to its use, is attended with considerable risk and often followed by iicuyua uuunequcnces, we make tne fol iuwiu8 nuggeBuons rounded on our ex CerieilOe an mnnnfilndirn All packages, whether large or small, Should be nlninlv mnrlrev.l - - X J JJVIOUUI There is great danger in the mixing of this green for potato-bug and cotton worm poison, owing to the fine dust which arises in the process, whioh is luuuieu, aua niso rapiaiy absorbed by the pores of the skin, especially if the person using it should be in a state of lersyirnwun. j.o guard against this, the hands nnrl fnnn trils) should bfl ttrnt;rnt;n1 na mil a It na possible, and should be carefully naniicu unur worKing in it, or in any of the preparations of which it is an jugiL-uioui. as is penetrates and poi sons wood gets into the seams and crevices of articles made of metal and even into earthenware that is at all tlOrOUS: all linilHl'ltnlil nfpnni'la nr inn. thing in barn or stable (which cattle or ill . ... nurses coum nave access toj in wliich the artioles may have been mixed, or from which it has been used, should be carefully set aside, and never again . . i r . . 1 1 . uaeu lot any uuior purpose. Malignant sores are not infrequently Caused bv 8oratrhiin rbn clri itching or irritated from handling the TL l li . . B'eeu, buouiu oo constantly borne in mind that it is a more dangerous and deadly poison than arsenic, and farmers, planters, and others, when purcuasing, snouid be duly cautioned to exercise the utmost care in using it. Remedy for the Poison. --The free use of milk as a beverage is recommended, but we have found hydrated per-oxide of iron (a simple, harmless remerlvl tlm best antidote. Sores caused by the i i i ii . ...... Kieeu buouiu ue weu covered witli it, as with an ordinnrv salv nnrl n tn ful in a wine-glass f water, should be taken twice a day internally, while working with the green. This remedy can be obtained from any druggist or How to Drain Hpiri. A paper read before the Farmers' iiuo was in answer to a letter from II. B. feigourny, of Milton, N. Y., who tie sires to know the best methods of re claiming boc mnnrlnwa toIiiM .Tnln n Sands. Vails Onto, n Y., gives in substance as follows : ivec-p jour uraius wen opened. See to it that the descent is sufficient for good drainage. The cultivated crases will soon die out in this land. The best grasses for this purpose . what is call ed in OrflnffA nnnnr.w flio f-,l miDJAH. n -J AVUA JUV,IV(UH CraSS . it Violds a llflttvv lmn nnrl mnt a fine quality of hay. Cattle prefer it iu auj umet, x wouia recommend for i . i . . i , . l" wuimug oi tnis meauow tne fiur linerton rjlow of made of steel, and being ground sharp uuta lurouguLue strong roots and turns the furrow slice complete. I also rec ommend a good dressing of well rotted juuuure, u nor, Done-au3t. how tim othv. red ton. and fnnl monrlnTir m-nco twice the quantity you would use 011 uplands. SO as to irnt. n. KfifV anrl Affoi. mowing never pasture such ground, as mo luturumm will save tne grass from jjcivviujj um during irosty weather. Thei depth to plow I leave to each jiiuu a juugmenr.. j. plow from ti. ai. luiiira, j-iieio is much diflicul in plowing such ground, the off horse or ox being liable to mire in the furrow. On the Chester bog meadows, wueru iney raise so many onions, they iiuw iuuuu wita one uorso, tue horse Walkiuor bv'thn biiIa nf tlm (n Another farmer, who knew nothing of i,uh jjiow menuoned uy Mr. Hands, said a steel plow of somo kind must be used. Still another thought the great trouble in renovating these bog iUBuuows vas mat tiiey were not sum Cientlv worked nttnv Arainatra fi Aa velop their fertility ; should be much umuvuieu. a crop oi corn was prood Butter Factories. The American Grocer says : Perhaps iiijreo-iuurtiis oi uu tue butter mar keted might be made, with proper care and system, worth twenty per cent, more, and at actually less expense than uw piouuceu ; ana something of this sort tho butter-makers must do to Compete with tha m-tillr-inl nrAilnih Tf can, in our judgment, be accomplished by the farmers adopting somo plan of co-operative butter-making, as is done by cheese factories. We do not sav iiiuu mu sitme pian may be suited to every locality, but the principle, in some form, is ermnllw every section. Where the population ia ciimoiontl. ,1.. J.I 'l 1 "i-ioiaiijr uoubb, ue regular uutter aiiiui, mining me mu ciirectly from the farmer, mnv li n1ivifQ the difficulties of transporting the milk mo iuu gicui io aumit oi thi pian, the farmers might churn their cream and carry the raw bnttpr l'faplf fr o .unioi V vw M factory to be manipulated by some such iuonjuu ua ib proposed Dy tue uaKe pro cess, by which all the different grades Of butter COulJ bo thnrnn over, and a uniform quality and color i, i : i n. i . .v. uuuuueu. factory uutter, like factory ftllAOaA linn. n. n H .1 i. uuwi.au, uu liuuiunuua uu extra price, Preiervlnar Poet. Over 80 years ago I set some white vu.b. puBio buweu oxo inches, ihey were thoroughly seasoned. Part of them I painted with coal tar at the ground end ; with others, I put around the exposed part a shovel full of leached wood ashes from an old ashery. I had occasion to examine the posts after being in the ground more than 30 years, and found those protected by the ashes and by the tar equally sound, and to appearance good for another generation. I have tried many experiments to insure the durability of fence posts, but none were gas tar is used it is very important that me umoer oe thoroughly seasoned, if I hada new nost and rail nr hnnrrl fonna to build, I would go to the trouble of garnering wood ashes, ana put a good shovel full around each at the surface of the ground. T. C. Peters, Kings Co., N. Y. Cross-Examlniiiff. The veteran counselor, Caldbeck, one day cross-examining a country fellow as witness, asked him in several ways what he thought a particular person to be, from his own knowledge, hearsay or belief, but could get no other an ' swer that that " he did not know, and could not tell." "Come, fellow," said the counselor, " answer me on your oath : what would you take rue to be, if you did not actu ally know my person, and should meet me in the street ?" " Why, then," said the fellow, "sinoe you ask me, I will tell you, sir. By virtue of my oath, if you had not that wig and gown upon you, I should take J'ou for a little ould peddler." The earned counselor was silenced. A riCTURE OF ME FLOOD. A Thrilling Pictnre of tha Mill Hirer Valley after the Dliaater. A correspondent of the World, writing from the Mill River Valley in Massachusetts, says : The dam gave way at the bottom, while Cheney, the gate tender, had gone to breakfast after an examination of it. The stream, " as big as a man's arm," had become a stream as big as a man's waist, and was tearing rents at the base of the dam, and, as Cheney ran for his horse, had Stfcpt through in a semi-circle, and then it was really too late to do any thing but ride away like the wind and try and save a few lives. Now there is left of this dam an embankment of earth and Walld H wpnf. ami arannml rtfT short on eithersido, and a broken tower nLODo near me middle. Vtin1-A al rrfn Tt nit1 (VtA y uuiu kj nj n na ? nuu viid water behind it. A dead weight of mil lions oi ions became in an instant a hammer strokn nf millions nf tnno Hurry now, Cheney I Ignorauco and neglect and greed have begun a work which all thn knnwli1ra nnrl nnn :n the world cannot stop till it is thor- 1. 1 5 - i ii i ouguiy uobo io mo end. 1 ours be it to save tha livpa tcIuVU imn.n. 1 neglect and greed have put into so ter- "" unuRor. xen minutes nam gallop, good horso, over the mountain road. Ten minutns 1ml-. tcimm mill !,. water be iu ten minutes ? Whore is it when Cheney on his wenrv horso in shouting to the families of Williams burg to arise and get them to the hills for their lives ? Bohind him ? Ah Ves. it Was one Rpnoml ann 'Knar if in abreast of him and has passed ihim. and is uiaviuLT a lemma cnirm nmnncv t in hh Timr. irwik-ori an clean nud pure iu the soft rain when he pnnta nrif hut niti.r nf lU, i ii. graveyard at the turn in tho road. The wall of mud-blackened water is upon them. Will anythiug, anybody escape that fearful flood which has brought down from its hills a-reat frnirmpnt.H uluv iimmu oiKUU Ui LllUIll iJ V I I1H iplit from the gneiss rocks, and is hurl ncr alouc teu ton wniolik nf ' ' 0 ' bovs Kick on a foot-h:vll. Tli nrn ma lriioa now stauding unharmed, ou every side of which are tho shaven collars nf ouses whose fragments are seven miles away. Here there lived a livery stable man. Who Was sittinir nt hrpnlcfnuf wifVi his wife when tho roar of the flood reached him. Up they went to the roof hand iu hand, not hoping to escape, yet just hoping. Crash went a whirl of boulders through the house above. Then there WAS fl flllliril irnilrin n trt fliA east, and their barn was in kindling wood. The water was almost upon them. Had it but touched thehouso with its edge only, they had been shaken off into its crrasn. TIipv wniforl tar it and kept waitine in aa-nnv. An ,1rl swept round below them and took off a house with n. family 111 it. rrilAlT V'l.n between flood above and flood below, aua Bini waiting. lieu," says I, ' I think the water is on that house above." She didn't sav anythin, but jest grippe"d me, an' then I 8 POSe it WfiR Ilhnnt. tan min. utes an' I was sure it was goin' down, an' by George it did go down an' didn't touch our house, an' there we was, safe. Only we see our neighbors that was an' their houses carried off down the stream. I'spose we were ou the roof half an hour." Half nn linnr "NTr vil lage of the four that lay in the track of mo uuuu was exposed for more than half an hour t.n tliA tromanlmia ti,m.t " ...UVl.ll J LI' 3 LUI l DU of the burdened waves. " I tell vou." continued the livery stable man, " Ivo wt. .UiuuiiLi rirniih'i.s l.lrnrA nnrl Hnnilu before, but uothin' like this. Years ago, down at Winstead, I was caught in the water, and rode on a tree over two dams. Oil A tlllffcv fpuf. iloon art other fifteen, an' I tell yon I was just T.1 11. A? -r i ii . .'. uitiu, xuii tuiH time, x aon t aenyit, 1 was scairt." In an hour and n.linlf (fnm ilia ha. ginning the last house had been upset or torn into bits. Quick and terrible work. Williamsburer. Skiunenvilln. Havdenville. Leeds, nlnnsnnt. little towns, with white cottages arranged in straight rows and rectangles, and with a wide spread of greea meadows to the south or west ; little feudal hamlets ; busy little places, with plenty of fac tories, plenty of bustling life and hard WOrk: Prettv. elllstenvl nillgnan linr- ing each around some tall chimney, all ouuuuiug uu vuo uroau nats, with hula of more aud more gentle slope, down and down tho vol ' hem in, but making way for them from L il..L 1 i .. . uuu wo uum mountains aDove. buch Was the vullp.v hpfnrA t.lia cti-.i-.vi nt water, loosed by neglect, fell upon it, uuu lurnea me nats into deserts and the cpn Mo ln'lls intvi tu i. o . -. l 1 1 lj unuiita ui such a deluge as Massachusetts had uuvcr Boeu ueiore. At Williamsburg the torrent WHS AS rlPMn na it uroci wi.l but here it reached the plain and spread into a flood. The flood went straight down the vallov. It sittanhnA fihinnw- ville", not with water merely, but with iue uoues oi iiiiamsburg, great tim bers and trAA.hrilPH Onil tha nlnu,. J " L. WUW RWUTO which it lifted and whirled along. It attacked Haydonville with weapons caught up from .both villages above, and was here a torrent thick with dead bodies. Here there is a sudden bend eastward and a narrowing in tho old stream-bed inat flhftVA tliA flret rlaiYi The flood, thus for a moment contract- uu, lujsuu iiiio a wan in its very front the Spoils of the bri.lrrAa linnnai orchards, it had swept away. It hurled before it a great boiler picked up at Skin- nerville. and desrenrlArl lioarllnniv this third village. It made a sieve of tne bricK factory, tore out another boiler, laid linl.l nf t and added these to its weapons ; piled house upon house-top, drove two houses nto one. cnt nnn Viniisn int.n (cm splintered others, turned an island meadow into a desert of sand, smooth as a billiard-table, except where strewn with tree-trunks and stones, and carried sixty bodies on towards Leeds. Leeds it Struck On tha nnrtllWARt.Arn nnrnnr aud broke for itself a through till it landed thirty dead in a below Wnrner'a flata Tl, 1 u .. H luso ui ma was terrible, but undoubtedly far less til 'I tl it. UTll 11 1 .1 liAnn V ...... . I i 1 1 - "yiuu uuio uccu (JUL jor miiK man Collins (".raven nlm iin.,'..j 11. - . MW iuq news of the flood just a breathing spaoe uueuu ui iuu iioou irom Williamsburg through Skinnerville to Haydenville. Is it anv wond Al tJmt All t.Viia ruin should be a Meoca of sight-Beers day after dav? Ho mnn ha.fl nnma nm'atli. te look upon something great, sotae- miug worm Beeisg ana worm telling of for years. There were verv fev exoept those of the valley, or friends who had come to help lay out the dead, and no ill-behavior, except among some stray visitors who looked on while the francs were workinc to cret nnt thn oVarl from some of the tangled, twisted, stacked heaps of rubbish with whmh the plain abounded. One of thnsn gangs just below Skinner's was led by the man who Arnent.Arl tn fln.1 liiu nid, in the pile they were untwisting and hewing through. " Kin you identify this. John ?" " Do vnn knnw this r.l cloak, John?" The man didn't talk Finally when they were nearing the wwnwm ui iuo ueapi nun n uib ui muu stained white cloth with tatting sewed nnntl if. Ildrl Vnnr fiolictrl ' mir. onfl lia- cupsed and laid aside, up came a strange man i r fv 4Ka U Jam ir . uamu uw hid uiuwu nuu ujf a icn quiries of Jjystanders put himsolf into possession of tho facts. Then he walked up to " John " Hain't found yer wife yet. hevye ?" The man shook him off as one shakes oil a fly. but without a ttrnrrl- nnrl liv nnrl liv flin rnpi'mia nl.ratiiTAr won f. liia vnv lonvini mnn w wuO TTVvuv - T f . V- VUU Ulltl 1 .La t 1 1. a. ' rr WlIU UHUU ll 1UIII1U lllti WXIO , lUHiIJ(J uu timoers irom tne neap, dreading tne would at least give his wife's body a itincrai service ueiore burial. . ' Aa nnrinsitv brniitrlik iriuiv nf tlin visitors, their visit, if inopportune, was puruouauie because oi the grand and awflll nirrnt. tliarA urna tv nan n .lAartrt. -. -(- -. . . ' . . . U T I L. U L1L.LJ L. of water, of things strange and nncouth; wrougui mio snape iiKe nothing on eartu a nandemoninm wliprein Um nrnsidinir chauce worked out the most bizarre effects of grouping eye has looked on outside the various landscapes along the Yellowstone. Over' the green of tllA manilnira ia tarn font nf oanA n of gigantic gravel, every stone of which is a boulder. The plough of tho tor rent has scooped out strangely winding gulches in the earth whoso edges are nlrpnflv prnrlml n ll .1 nrnvn nmivilli nn- . . . . . u L . . 1 1. nuiu L.L...J. Lll ILL. der the water which was at once plow and narrow, liroves of young trees are hpnt. t.n t.hn crrnnn. nml lnft flnttono1 . ...w O ' -. -. - - UULVVUI.LI witli their limbs tangled in drift and debris. Stronger trees, if they were in tho full swing of the current, are up rooted or snapped off. If they were at one Bide the flood has left with them biuuhh ui tiuiutT. ui lwo LrniiKH. oi iron stacks of timber, of tree trunks, of iron I.. i . scraps, of clothes, of rocks, of earth. I Atrnv iin 111 a tran.t.rtn tfrAiif-.itvtna ia n Alt-ni mi ill a fivin-(nn fifrmiiimia ia n 'J ' L. W J J Ul.liU.iUIUD id tli al.n..1nL. BnMlK.M 4-1. ..1 11 .1 Diiujjciicoa OUllit:i;lllU blJ.il) Hiia IUU HUUU' en side of a house or its tin roof, and then down again in tho track of the flood are the broken houses, of which you know by their dilapidation that the life has been shaken out of them and turned iuto death iu the abyss of the stream. And of all this seven miles, from Williamsburg to Northampton it self, and to end it at Northampton a railway embankment sapped and gut tered and sucked away, a bridge gone, an immense factory roof lifted over an embankment into a mud-covered and rubbish-laden flat below, with washings of seven miles of ruin all around, and ninety minutes was enough to make such chaos as this out of a New Eng land paradise. XLIIId UMTEl) STATES COXGRESS. IN THE SENATE. THE FINANCE BILL. Mr. TVright'a Bmondment to the Finance bill, to Btrike out fifty per cent, as tho propor tion of legal tenders to be retired, as now national bank notes are insuod. aud insert in lieu thereof twenty-five, waB agreed to. Mr. Wright moved to amend by striking out five per cent, as the rate of interest which bonds issued to redeem present United States notes lifter January, 1877, should bear, and insert in iou thereof four aud a half per cent. Agreed to yeas, "t2 ; nays, 15. The Finance bill was then read a third time and passed yeas, 25 ; nays, 19. TENSIONS. Senator Pratt, nf TlirV frnm ilia PnniTiiif f na on Vensious, reported adversely on a large numuer or petitions or soldiers m the war of 1812, aud the widows of such soldiers, for pensions. Ho said the reason of these adverse reports was that the majority of the Committee ou Pensions a few days ago directed him to re port favorably on the House bill, which pro vides for a pension of $8 a month to all sur viving soldiers of tho war of 1812, without tegioVuth,?vfc 8f saasfiaiuftBrl.1 i'is Committee VSR diHnllRrirpil f ri.m flinii- fni.fliri. consideration. CIVIL BEBVICE. Mr. Sherman, of Ohio, from tho Committoe nn flivil Mai-i-ifa ami I.ialpai.nl.mA.a . i , ui.1. jiu.lliii,l1U,, lOJJUllUU favorably on the House joint resolution, pro- viflitlfT tllfL in ull n.u.u tmilaii nii.i'1 aA......n - o --.-.. .1131. i.. ... ou. iiud ex aminations for positions undor tho Govern ment, whou a disabled United States soldier, his wife, or widow of deceased soldier dving of wounds or diseases contracted in line of duty, nr llj(4 nrilliail nlillll rtaua mini, a v n n. ! n . 1 a.. - ' ut.u, nuuu fuco I1IIL.U DAaUiUJUUULI at the standard fixed by the rules, Biich person oiittu uvw (jreueuunco iur appointment to any existing vacancy. Placed ou the calendar. ADJOUUNMENT. Senator Edmunds, of Vt., submitted a reso lution that tho President pro tern, of the Seuato anil tlta UnAat-iii. 1.a IT.iii.ia f It ......... M.i ...w UJUHUI'l u. .UU UUUDa UI liOll o I3C11 Itt- tivos declare the two Houses of Congress ad- juuniuu jme ate ou iuo z-a or June next, at 12 o'clock noon. Ordered to be printed aud laid over. BILLS rNTBODCCEb. Mr. Frolinghuyscn, of N. J., introduced a bill to encourage and promote telegraphic com- milliiiiAi inn linlvoan tlia TTnifuH Ul.l.. America and Asia, authorizing a company to iay a Huuuiunus caoie. BILLS PASSED. TllA hill tn riilinVA uliina nnrl i-au.,.1li n.v. wuiuiHusury pnui, lees in ceiiaiu coses was pass ed. on Commerco, reported back tha bill amenda tory of the act of Aug. 18, 1850, " To regulate iuo uii'iliuicili nun uuiiBiiiiir nvsimn (ir inn United States." Paused. BILLS 1NTB0DUCID. Ml" Writilif r.t Ti,i. l... 1 .1 - j . resolution proposiug an additional amendment to the Constitution to provide that all claims nun uoiuauua agaiunb iue cuiteu Htates BUaU be presented or proseuuted within ten years after thoy accrue or arise or else be forever barred. APPBOPBIATION BILL PASSED. The 8enate passed tho Legislative, Jadicial, aud Executive Appropriation bill. As finally amended there were reinstated nearly all of the clerical force iu the several departments of the Goverumout which the House proposed to curtail, besides authorizing the Secretary of War to dotail enlisted men for duty iu the Adjutant General's ofiice. IN THE HOUSE BILLS INTBODVCED. For the creatiou of a court for the adjudica tion and disposition of the Geneva award. Or dered to be printed and recommitted. To secure anti-monopoly ocean cable commu- iii.niiuu uhwucu xjiirujie, America ana Asia Dy Win. Cornell Jowett aud his associates. For the establishment of an ocean mail steamship service American built iron vessels between the United States aud England. B0FFEKER6 BT FLOODS. Mr. Hayes, of Ala., moved to suspend the rules aud pass the bill authorizing the Presi dent to furnish army rations and clothing to the starving and destitute people ou the Tom bigbee. Warrior, and Alabama rivers. Mr. Willard, of Vt., suggested that the sufferers by the lata inundation in Massachusetts be in cluded, but Mr. Hayes declined to include them. The bill was passed, HI to 68. THE MOIETY BILL. The Moiety bill, as amended by striking out the section for the seizure of books and papers enacted in 18G3 as a war measure, was passed. During the discussion of the bill Mr. Beck said the Collector of Now York has a salary of $6,001); the Naval Officer has 5,000; aud the Surveyor has $4,500 ; aud yet during this Ad ministration the Surveyor has received for his share of penalties 4159,000; the Naval Officer 162,000; the Collector, i 174,000; aud the in former, $4U1,000; making a total of $986,000 that has been paid to informers and officials. Va r,awe" id it had cost the Government $6.87 for every dollar of dereliot taxes collected iu New York, and 14.98 for every dollar col lected in Bo3ton. The amounts paid to the New York Custom Hquse officials since 1869 as fi?qreT?,AflUn8 M1 Pities aggregated $336,731. The bill as passed by the House cuts off the moiety division by the Govern ment. Any one who thinks, and many who do not, must know that in every class of SOOietv tkerA BCA man nthA nn y -w iuuU nuv mar par or do things with impunity, if not with mini mi i.n 4 . . . 1 ' 1 . f . . .ijinuoo, lut wuicu another would oe vilified OP r 1 1 1 i n n 1 q .1 Try f .... I .Ani.l has favorites. KEWS OF THE DAT. Ex-Gov. Boymoar declines to be a candidate for the Governorship of Now York State A special dispatch to The Daily Adverliter ys that the assets of the estate of the late Oakes Ames have depreciated to such an extent that the executors have concluded to represent the estate as insolvent The wife of John- Bargland, of Scott County, aged fifteen, and married but six weeks, died suddenly at her father's house in Glencoe, liinn. it is sup posed from the effects of poison taken to pro duce abortion. She wqudi navs Cecomw-! mother in three months. Her husband has been arrested as accessory to the alleged poisoning The coal shipments from Ticton mines are dull this season in consequence of the long blockade of ice in the St. Lawrence. All the companies in the Pictou Districts have large stocks of coal on the "banks A com mittee of the Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society have selected Easton, Penn., as the place for the next exhibition, which is to be held from Sept. 29 to Oct. 2, Inclusive President Grant, in conformity with a decision by tho Attorney-General, iBBued a proclamation declaring Elisha Baxter Governor of Arkansas. As soon as the contents of the President's proclamation became known the wildest ex citement prevailed. A dispatch eaya: Never in tho history of Little Bock was there such general rojoicing. Crowds of men, women and children thronged the streets, stores reopened, flags waved, and bands played. Messrs. Dixon, Hughes, Morley, and Mc' donald have informed the National Laborers Union of England that thoy are in hopes of ar ranging the simultaneous withdrawal of the lockout" and tho cessation of the strike. The union favors their plan of adjustmeut. . . . Tho London Standard says it understands that Queen Victoria will go to Kusaia in the autumn ....Almost every Btoamor now sailing to Liverpool contains immigrants of tho working clasB, who are returning because they do not find employment, and because the expenses of living aro bo great iu tho United States Jason Dilmor, whilo working in a field near Ceutrevillo, Williamson County, was shot by two or more men concealed near by. This seems to bo a continuation of a feud between tho Russell and Bullman families, which has re sulted iu the killing or seriously injuring of four other persons, the last of whom was Henderson. . . .An amendment was made to the U. S. Post-Oflice Appropriation bill, that the postage on tho agricultural report shall not exceed ten cents. The vote was yeas 154 ; nays 4G. Gen. Butler intimated that this reso lution foreshadowed a partial restoration of the franking privilege It is now estimated that 115 persons lost their liveB by the reserveir disaster in Massachusetts, and that property has been destroyed to the value of $1,000,000. AScabESTicN. Washington McLean. of Cincinnati, has made the following suggestion: liet all the country towns at the time of the celebration be con nected with Philadelphia by telegraph, so that all parts of the countrymay unite in the opening ceremonies, and even, though far apart, join in the same prayer and songs of praise. This would present the spectacle of the entire nation simultaneously celebrating the Fourth of July, 1876. It was an Ancirnt Custom of the Spartns,in order to inculcate among heir youth an abhorrence of in temper ance and its kindred vices, to make their slaves drunk with wine in the public market-places, so that the rising generation, upon whom would some day devolve the honor and safelv.of the .Lacedenioniiun ltepublie, might see before tbem all the ghastly details of the drunkard's disgrace, his loss of roa- son, and of physical strength. 'Twere well, perhaps, to-day, could some of our young men contemplate a similar instructive lesson drawn from the- life, showing them, by a sharply drawn con trast, the advantages and true loveli ness of abstinence and virtue. For such as appreciate these, Vine gar Bitters is the beverage best adapt ed, it beiug purely a vegetable draught, devoid of alcohol or mineral poisons, and possessing all the virtues, but none of the damning curses, of the different poisons which year by year are sweep ing away thousands of dollars aud lives. Com. A man may be great . by chance, but never wise and good without taking pains lor it. Peruvian Sybup gives now life. Com. There are several kinds of worms which trouble horses ; the pin-worms (pointed at both ends) are the most commou and most dangerous. Ulteridan'i Cavalry Condition 1'owiWs will iu a few days eject the worms, aud the horse will begiu to thrive. Com, Factories and machine shops should not be allowed to run a day without Johnson's Anodyne Liniment. Iu case of a suddeu acci dent, au immediate use of it may save weeks of suffering, and perhaps a limb, or even life. Com. The Invalid A Pen Picture. See her pallid countenance, but a short time ago the picture of ruddy health, the envy of tho school aud tho pride of the household. She was always welcomed by her schoolmates, for her lithe form and pleasing disposition carried cheerfulness into their ranks. Diligent, punc tual aud exemplary, obedient and graceful at home, she won the hearts of all. But, alas, we are sorrowed. Those rosy cheeks and ruddy lips aro blauched by Consumption. The voice once so enchanting in laugh aud song is feeble, husky aud supplauted by a hollow cough. Let us approach her couch gently and take her hand. Do not shudder because of the feeble and passionless grasp. The hand once so hearty aud plump is emaciated and shows bony outlines, while the cords aud tortuous veins are plainly mapped upon the surface. The pulse that bounded with repletion, carrying vigor to tho whole system, and imparting life, beauty, vivacity, health and strength, is delicate to the touch. The feeble heart caunot propel the thin, scauty blood with force. Must we lose her while yet in her teens ? Companions and friends gather around with words of cheer aud consolation, and depart with moistened eyes aud silent steps. Must we lose her ? No 1 there is relief ! We can stay this destroyer of our hap piness aud not su jor the loss of so bright a gem. Something more is required now thau dietary aud hygienic observance, for nature calls for aid and she shall have it. Take this pleas ant medicine. It ia invigorating. How it al lays the irritable cough, improves the appetite aud digestion, aud sends a healthy tingle through the frame. The blood is enriched, nervous force increased, and the heart bounces with a new impulse. Bee her face brighten by degrees ; the color is returning, her voice is getting clearer, and pleasant words are spoken. The strength falters yet, but is gaining. Let u take her out in the warm sunshine. In a short time she will be able to go without our aid, a cheerful girL This delightful medicine must be God-blessed. It is restoring health to our loved one. She is emerging from her sickness sweeter and nobler than before, aud Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery must have the credit It has raised her. S. It. Lola a, druggist, of West Union, O., says that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has effected a wonderful cure of Consumption in his neighborhood. CHlliDUEBI OFTKN LOO It FA IiK ASO 81CK from as otksi eanit titan saving worn la the tomaoa. B BOWK'S TIBXIVUGl OOMPITi wlU tsstioy Worms without injury to the child being perfectly WBITI, and free from aU oolorlng or otbsr Injurious Ingredients nsaally ntsd In worm preparation. CURTIS BROWN, Proprietor, Ho. N16 Pulton Street, Mew York. Sola v DruggiHi and Vhtmiiti, and tultrt ill Mtdieinu, at Xwuxxf -its Qui a Sox. XVttyJ-wM Von Buffer 1 PANACEA AND FAMILY LINIMENT. - i To' en person totreruig fro Bnenmatum, neuralgia, Wmpi In th llmVs or Mora- ah, Billons Collo, Pain In th back, bowel or side, w would ay Thi HooiiHOiJ) tahaou axd Family Iirjimira 1 of all other th remedy yon want for Internal and external use. HOUSEHOLD PANACEA It fca cured th above com- ANr "Men In thousand of case. luere 1 no mistake about it. INIMLNT. Try It. Bold by all DrnggliU, THIRTY YlOAItS' KXPKIllKSiCH UV AH OLD NUIISK. MRS. WINBLOW'B SOOTHING SYBUP IS TBI PRESCRIPTION OP on of the beet Female Phyil- Uelan and Rune In th United Slatei, and hi been need for thirty year with neverfalllng safety Mid laces by million of mother and children from the feeble Infant of on week old to the adult. It eorreot acidity of the atomack, relieve wind collo, regnlate the bowel, and giro reit, health and comfort to mother and child. W believe It to be the Beet and Bnreet Remedy In the World In all caeciof DYSKNTKRYand DIARRHlEA IN CBUr DKRN. whether it arlaes from Teething or freio any other cause. Pull directions for using will no company each bottle. None Gonulne unless the fao-imil le of OUBT1B A PERKINS 1 ou the outside wrapper. SOLO BT Alii, MiniOtMa DBAliBRS. The Markets. MEW YORK. Beef Cattle Prime to Extra .la a , First quality.... 11 ya . Scnouti H;a , Ordinary thin Cattle... .H9a . Inferior 09 Ha . Milch Oowe 40.00 a80. Hogs Live 06i'a . Ureased 07,a . Rhpcp .(4J(a . Cotton Middling lH'.a , Flour Extra Western 6.05 a 6. State Extra 6.'.5 a P, Wheat Red Western 1.6S a 1. Ho. 2 Spring 1.4 a 1. Rye 1.08 a 1. B.irlcy Malt 1.80 a a. Oats Mixed YVosteru C2 a . Corn Mixed Western . . 84 a . Hay per ton 1SX0 a35. 8raw per ton 15.00 o20. Honn '7:id, ,20.i:)5 '61)8 .08 a , I'.u'lt Hem 14.r,25,'alG. I.finl ini..,, , Petroleum Oruile t jin: JUcfined . Butter Htate , so a . Ohio Fine 28 a . Yellow .20 a . Weetoru Ordinary 20 a . Pennsylvania fine a .ijO a Clieosii state Fnctory 14 a '. " Skimmed 08 a , Ohio .-. .13 a . E(?gs State , .15,v . BUFFALO. Beef Cattle.... , 4.00 a 6. Sheep 8. SO 7. Hogs Live 6.25 a 0. Flour 6.75 a 9. Wheat Ko. 2 Spring 1.88 a 1. Corn 71,V , Oats m .67' K.vo 1.115 a l! Hurley , j n , j Lard...... n a ( ALBANY. Wlieat 1.45 a i, Rye Stats 1,10 1, Corn Mixed (.5 a Barley State j.75 a 1. Oata State 65 a '. BALTIMOUI. Cotton Low Middlings . .18 a . Flour Extra 7.00 a 8 ViTieat i-60 a 1.' Corn Yellow., , 85 a Oata eo g ; PHILADELPHIA. Flonr Penn. Extra 7,75 a 8. )2K 11 io ,00 05 X ,07',' (18 .lOif 60 i' 111) 64 .03 30 61 ,K .00 (M) ,15 12 11'.' ,3J. 29 2t .45 31 ,1(1V ,08 15X 10 .25 30 00 .00 ,37 .72 .58 .05 .11 .11 H ,70 .12 .87 ,80 ,69 .18 ,25 ,78 ,85 ,70 .25 .65 ,87 .(6 vtueai western uea 1.45 a 1 Corn Yellow go a . . Mixed psua ! petroleum Crude (,95,' Refined 13 uiover ocea 8.(10 10. Timothy 2.00 a 3. ,50 ,00 THE ELASTIC TRUSS CO.- Wat 1 Incorroratcd In 1863. Its friends and patrons are from every laud and speak evory tongue. It has outlived all rivalry. It has conquered tho pre judice that was Justly caused by all tho metal trusses. It has grown strcngur and firmer as the years have matched apaco. ond like a giant, its arms cuotrilu the world. There must be some potent reason that has produced this wonderful E.ri5B(Ft iWs iVWrh ii1euVafidri"ay, with coinlort". retaining rupture in perfect ease, causing no I11 convenienco,i in novor bo displaced by tho hardest exercise : yielding and adapting itself to evory mntlou of the body, hut always holding the rupture safely, and soon effects a perfect and permanent cure. This now asd wonderful Invention has pro duced a radical revolution In treating Rupture aud has absolutely driven out of use all the wretched metal finger pad and spring trusses that formerly cursed the community and made ltfo a burden to o many thousands upon thousands of suffering ones, who now are happily enjoying ouco more the blessings and comforts r.f existence. The United states Government and Surgeon general at Washington have arranged with the EUstto Truss Co. to supply their new Truss to such Pensioners. Soldton, c as are entitled to a Truss and may desire it. Such persons may apply to any one of the 11. 8. Pension Surgeons through out the country. Full descriptive circulars with directions, ic, sent free ou rtquost, and the Truss is sold cheap and sent by mail to all parts of tho pa'vV B-?'!! K KI'ASTIC TlltSS CUJI. PAJy, llb.4 Hronilvny, New York. Sis DA,V Commission or 830 a week Salary, and expenses. We offer it and will it.jApply now. G1WKBBltB 4CO., Marion, O IGEKTS WANTED FOR Well It Mr By Mr,. T.J. II. BlentioiiM, for 25 Tr wlCof Slur, moo Hlsh.Prlesl. With n lulroauolion by Harriet Beecher Stowo. Two je.rlSoiiie.uVi," i,; 1 piiuiplilcl ou Polygamy wliico eicllcd the Mormon KrV?i'?'.5?n?.'F '""" " " lk " Ail Iran. Th, rr.r.i .m S""? her lo,oi:'-'Pl "e chsllenne. Kliedu 10, and TII It All ' lube rasult. Itil work of clranrdinary lolercsl. full of -.- .w. .....uu., .Iu.ulai, uult,, aua gooa tne only book en "'ii11 vw "r',.l?D ''J Tea I n woman. Tile ilorj 0' Ellia Ann, Wife No. IB,' uioUmA" H htmr, 625 1M. luptrbly tlluitrattd aud Sound. 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To loop its delicate internal machinery in pefert trim, or to put ll la good worktuir condition, whou out if order, Is lb3 peculiar prnvlncfl of Tarraut'a Etfervefcont Seltzer Aperient Tha thoroughness with which It cleanses, with out irritatliiK the bowels; tho tone and vliror winch it imparts lo the stomach! lis appetizing cruets ! Its cooling, refreshing operation in fever; tiio relief it affords tn headache; its antibilious properties, and lis superior merits as a general corrective, Justify the assertion tliat it is, beyond ail comparison, tno immt viiluahle family modictne cfthoaiLe. B Id by all drugulsts. tha ssodf .0 . .J ....... J. f., -Vl.. I. A , '"'i " ""'' muu fntinif. (I III! s Iflf UWl (i all t'j sell. IJ there in tio " Domestic" aornt in your town, apply to ft OMKS TIC S. M. CO., New York. 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Philaduluhiift. or Spr.ugnli, lMaos. txon in the Blood MAKES THE WEAK STRONG, Th c Peruvian S iimtp, a Protect ed Solution of the Protoxide of Iron, is so combined as to havo the character of an aliment, as easily digested and assimilated with the blood as the simplest food. It increases the quantity of Nature's Own Vitalizing Agent, Iron in the blood, and cures "a thousand ills," simply by Toning up, Invigorating and Vitalizing the System. The en riched and vitalized blood 2cr meatcs every part of the body, repairing damages and tvastc, searching out ir.orbld secre tions, and leaving nothing for disease to feed upon. 'This is the secret of tTie won' Csrful success of this remedy in curing Dyspepsia, Liver Conn plaint, 3ropsy, Clironic Diar rhoea, Boils. "Nervous Affections, Chills and fevers, Humors, Loss of Const.wv4.onal Vigor, Diseases of tho K::!neys and Bladder, Female Complaints, and all diseases originating in a bad state of the blood, or ac eompanied by debility or a low state of the system. Being frea from Alcohol, in any form, its energizing effects are not fol lowed by corresponding reac Hon, but are permanent, infu sing strength, vigor, and neto life into all parts of the system, and building up an Iron Con stitution. Thousands have been changed by the use of this remedy, from wealc, sickly, suffering crea tures, to strong, healthy, and hajtpy men and women ; and) invalids cannot reasonably lies itate to give it a trial. See that each bottle has PERU VIAN SYRUP Mown in the glass Pamphlets Free. EETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors, Via. 1 Milton Place, Boston. Bold bt Dbiioc,uti generally. OP FLORENCE dp Tk Iytf-ntttU4 Butt X 4 Sieves A SaA.r Oonpa.iM, laiTelrlayf ever 260,000, It finally dHM y tM Jmui'.iik ttwri A United JfesfM ia favor ml tha FI.OKKISCS. whlh aloae aaa .Bio U Jtweupoty fMigh iViOM. THE NEW FLORENOI Ia sAa OWT.T . . sw4 urvd miwd. r Ae right mud Ifl. -JT - wwvtywm. MWS. BOLB Worn Cask 0lt. Mpioiai. Tnw. - - v a-i b . rrKoiu, 1m uCi$ " DEALERS. 10 MlCt crALL INSECTS. solo ay ALLDRUGCIST1 EAT TO LIVE.V F. E. SMITH fc CO.'S- ' WHITE WHEAT. Atl.niie Mills. BrookWn, N. Y.. is tli. Perfertlon or Food. n.olesome. Delirious awl Kco. noiulcal. Mukcs a variety ui ilulic. for childtaa S; d by all Gaoctas. Tlescrlpttre Vamnhlels, wuli .al. able ufuimaliua u Jt txxl aua lleaUUi ssui bss. - THREAD for your MACHIN&1 SSI . i .mnw" , i w . i , t w a Dr. J. Walker's California Via egar Bitters aro a purely Vegetable preparation, made chiefly from the na tive herbs found on tho lower ranges of the Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor nia, the medicinal properties of which are ex' - acted therefrom without the usa of xihol. The question is almost dal" asked, "What is tho cause of the unparalleled success of Vinegar Bit ters t" Our answer is, that they remove the cause of disease, and tho patient re covers his health. They aro the grea blood purifier and a life-giving principle, A perfect Renovator aud Invigorator of the system. Never before in the history of th world has a medicine been compounded possessing tho remarkable qualities of Vinegar Bitters in healing th sick of every disease man is heir to. The are a gentle Purgative as veil as a Tonifli, relieving Congestion or Inflammation otY tho Liver and Visceral Organs, ia BUioui Diseases. The properties of Dr. Walker' Vinkoar Bitters are Aperient, Diaphoretic Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, DiureUo, Sedotivo, Counter-irritant, Sudorilio, Altoffi "Vo. and Anti-Bilious. Urntefu. Thousands proclnim Vix. EGii iU'TTKiitf tho nitiMt wonderful In. 'vigorav.l tliut ever fiistuincd tlio Kinking systerc. 'So Person can take these Hitters according to dircetions, and remain long unwell, provided thoir bones aro not de stroyed by mineral poison or other means, and vital organs wasted beyond repair. lHlious. Keinittent and Inter mittent 1 erei'S, which aro so preva lent in tho valleys of our groat rivers throughout tho United States, especially those of tho Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan sas, Ked, Colorado, Brazos, Uio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro anoke, James, and many others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our entire country during tho Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so during sea sons of unusual heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied by extensivo de rangemeuts of tho stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow erful iulluenco upon theso various or. gans, is essentially necessary. Thera is no cathartic for tho purpose equal t Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar Hitter aa thoy will speedily removo the dark colored viscid matter with which tin bowels aro loaded, at tho same timo Stimulating tho secretions of tho liver, and generally restoring tho healthy functions of the digestive organs. Fortify the body against, disease by purifying ull its lUiids with Vi-NEGA Bitters. No epidemic can take hoii of a system thus fore-armed. Dyspepsia or Indigestion, riead ache, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of tho Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of tho Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita tation of the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the region of tho Kid neys, and a hundred other painful symp toms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. One bottlowill prove a better guarantee of its merits than a lengthy advertise ment. Scrofula, or King's Evil, Whito Swellings, Ulcers, lOrysipelas, Swelled Keck, Goitro, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolonj Inflammations, Mercurial A flections, Olij Sores, liruptions of the Skin, Sore Eyes, eto. In these, as in ull other constitutional Dis. eases, Walker's vinegar Bitters hav shown their great cuiutivo powers in tha most obstinate and intractable cuses. For Inflammatory ami Clironic Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Kerait tentandlntorniittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys und Bladder, these Bitters have no equal. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blood. Mechanical Diseases. Persons en gaged in 'Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, - Type-setters, Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance in life, ure subject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard against this, take a dose of Walker's Vin egar Bitters occasionally. For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tot ter, Salt Kheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Ping-worms, Scald-head, Soro Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, l)iscoloratious of the Skin, Humor and Diseases of tho Skin of whatever name or naturo, are literally dug up and carried out of tho system in a short timo by tha uso of these Bitters. Pin, Tape, and other Worms, lurking in the system of bo many thousands, are elioctually destroyed aud removed. JS'q system of medicine, no vermifuges, no an tnelminitics willfreo tho system from worm like these Bitters. For Female Complaints, in young vi um, uituucu nr single, ui. lueiiuwu ii wo manhood, or tho turn of life, those Tonia Bitters display so decided an iulluenco that improvement is soon perceptible. Cleanse tho Vitiated I'lood when ever you lind its impurities bursting through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse it when you find it obstructed nud sluggish in tho veins ; cleanse it when it is foul ; your feelings will toll you when. Keep tho blood puro, and tho health of the system will follow. ii. ii. Mcdonald a. to., Drngglsta and Gen. Art., Hun Kmuoisco, California, and cor. of Wiwhinirton and Cbarltmt Su., K. X. Bold by sl Drn,jKUu mill Uralera. If. Y. tf. V. No. 21 ADVKRT1SER8I Send SIS cla. to GEO. P. SOW ELL it CO., 41 1'ark How, Now Yurk, fir tlielr Pamphlet qlou pages, cuutuiiilutf lists of mtJ0nwa papprs, anil estimates showiugtostnf adTertisliig. CONSUMPTION Yrect Its Ovxx'o. WILLBON'S Carbolated Cod Liver Oil Is a scientific combination of two well-known m.ii fines. Its tueorr is llr.t ta arrest t e 'dem ES build ur the system. V hyslelans find the dm-t rlue V'nS 2ft othirr."proyo?.UmUn8 tU" P-nSaWSIS Carbolic JciJ poMvelu arrtttn Decay. It a h pio.t powerful antlseiuicln tl.a known world I terlug nto tlie clreulution, it at once frrapu J,,0h' KUUbyTtUabeat Uvuillli U W Joba uttu Naw Yaa-tw