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FAltM, 0A1!I)EN AND HOUSEHOLD.
Household Hints. To Stiffen Finb Lace. Dinsolve n lump of whito sugar in a winoglnssful of coltl wntor. To Takb Owease phom Wata Papf.h. Lny several folds of blotting pnpor on the spot, ami hold n hot iron near it till tho grease is absorbed. FiiENcn Polishing, Naphtha, one quart ; nhollao, six ounces ; sandivrao, two ouncps. Powder tho gums, and mix tho sumo as with spirits of wine. To be used in tho ordinary way, and cleared off with puro naphtha. Yeast and Home-made Bread. Boil ono pound of good flour, a .piartor of a pound of moist sng.ar, and half an ounce of salt, in two gallons of water, for an hour. When nearly cold, bottlo and cork it closely. It will be fit for use in twenty-four hours, and ono pint will make eighteen pounds of bread. Stakoh. Take one tablespoonful of staivh, and put with it a tenspoouful of clear prepared gum, add a lump of loaf sugar and a pineh of salt. Mix with coH water, stir till smooth, add sulllcieiit boiling water to mnlco it clear, and of tho proper consistency, and stir a wax caudlo round it ouco or twice. Was IIINO WoOT.EX OR FrANNEh AR TICLES. Cllt up some white soap, put it into soft water, boil it up and skim ; when no more scum rises leave it to cool. Put a very small quantity of spirits of wine into it, and wash tho things as quickly as possible ; rinse in lukewarm clear soft water, into which a small quantity of spirits of wine has also been stirred. ToAVasji White Striped Stockings. Make a jelly, the night before it is want ed, of the best yellow soap ; wash the stockiugs in warm water with a little salt in it, using the jelly instead of soap; rinse in clear water, also with a little salt in it; wring as dry a possible, and dry quickly. Salad Dressing that will Keeh. Mix the yelks of two raw eggs in a basin with one teaspoonful of salt, whisk them well, then add ono tuaspoon ful of made mustard, three tablespoon fnls of vinegar, ono of tarragon and one of chili vinegar, add a little sugar and cayenne, and bottlo tight for use. Easv Mosaio Work An ingenious method of making inlaid or mosaic work in wood lias lately been introduced. Two contrasting kinds of veneer are laid, ono on the other, and confiued between the corners of white wood or something similar. Tho desired design is then cut through the whole by a fine jig-saw, not much larger than a horse hair. Th veneer is then set into the place of the corresponding part in the black veneer, and vicr versa, and glued firmly upon tho article to bo ornamented in the usual manner of veneering. Bruises. Tho best application for a bruise, be it large or small, is moist warmth ; therefore a warm bread and water poultice in hot moist flannels Bhould be put on, as they supple the skin. If the bruiso be very severe, and in the neighborhood of a joint, it will be well to apply ten or a dozen leeches over tho whole bruised part, and after ward a poultice. But leeches should not bo put on young children. If the bruised part be in the knee or ankle, walking should not bo attempted till it can be performed without piiin. Inat tention to this .point often lays the foun dation for serious mischief in these omts, especially in the case of scrofu lous persons. Prt-unring Apples for the Table. In making apple sauce use a little quantity of water and sweeten sufficient ly when first put on the stove, and do not rook longer than just to have them done. I o make a very nice sauce, pare and quarter them and lay in sugar for twen ty four hours, using about a quarter of a pound of sugar to a pound of fruit. This will harden them so if cooked slow ly they will retain their shape perfectly. Cored apples are excellent boiled. Put in a stew-pan with sufficient water to cover and boil slowly with sugar and cinnamon in the cavities. After the ap ples are done they can bo skimmed out and a richer syrup made by adding sugar and cooking longer. For puddings, pies and tarts, apples are better if grated. Use a large grater, such as is used for grating horseradish. This grated apple mixed with milk, cream, or melted butter and eggs, flavor ed with nutmeg and cinnamon, sweeten ed and baked with ono crust, makes a toothsome pie. An excellent npplo-pudding is made by putting a half-dozen cored apples in a pudding dish and pouring over them a smooth, rich batter made with flour, eggs and milk ; eat with auy sauce you choose. Another good pudding is made by putting alternate layers of sliced apples and bread crumbs in a pudding dish and filling up with a mixture of milk, eggs, sugar aud cinnamon with tho layers and pour in sufficient milk or water to moist en tho crumbs. Then serve hot or cold with cream. KxliniiHtion of" Manure. How long manure lasts in the soil, is a question which it is impossible to an swer positively, as circumstances of cli mate aud the methods of cultivation adopted must ever prevent any fixed rule to guide us in this direction, but in England, where a large portion of tho land is worked by tenant farmers, much thought has naturally been given to the subject, and the following conclusions have been accepted by common consent: Limo is held to benefit the soil for a pe riod of teu yeara, but not equally during tho whole time, as ten times as much is exhausted the first as ia the last year. Common stable manure, guano, bones, and some other substances are exhaust ed in four or five years, and the more highly nitrogenous the fertilizer the sooner it is exhausted. Manure is used up by the growing crops much faster in a wet than in a dry season, and also in a hot, than in a cold one, as decomposi tion proceeds much more rapidly in warm than in cold weather. Farmers who are in tho habit of applying manure as a top-dressing to grass lauds will have noticed that in wet weather the manure acts immediately, while if long con tinued drought prevails at the time of applying tho manuro, the next year's crop will receive more benefit from the top-dressing than the present one. The Harlequin Buff. The handsome variegated bug found eating cabbages, collards, and similar plants is the now well-known harlequin bug, introduced a few years ago from Texas, or perhaps Mexico, from whence it has made its war to the northward. Hand picking is the only method of de stroying, at least the only one readily applied without injuring the plants as food for man or beast. Sensible. Ex-Senator Matt Carpen ter, of Wisconsin, says he never contra dicts the newspapers, and bo tries to live n peace. An English Aristocrat Mnr, ies an American Woman of African Descent. The information of a most romantio marriage was brought to an American paper. The bridegroom is Col. J. O. ltobb, M. D., of th Cheyenne ixgoncy, 1). T., and the brido has just enough Af rican blood in her veins to class her among "Indies of color." Tho brido groom's father is a half-pay colonel in the English army, is married to a lady of title, and ia himself in tho direct suc cession to a ducal coronet. Thin gentleman who allied himself in matrimony with a woman of color was educated in London, aud after finishing his course there was sent to Oxford, whero ho subsequently graduated with honors. His parents then determined that ho should follow the medical pro fession, and entered him in tho Middle sex hospital, and after " wulking " that institution for tho prescribed time, ho passed tho necessary examination, nud was subsequently given tho degree of F. It. C. S. ; but becoming tired of tho medical profession, ho desired to join the British army, and, owing to the in fluence of his mother probably more than his father, he obtained a commis sion in the First Lifo Guards. In this regiment ho served through tho Crimean war with credit, and subse quently took part in tho warfor the over turning of the Sepoy rebellion hi India under Uaveloek. Hero ho eouiuiitted an offense against tho rules of the British service, aud after beiug condemned to death was sentenced to fifteen years' banishment from the British empiro or its provinces. Under this senteuco ho camo to this country aud shortly after entered tho Union service, conducting himself with much prowess and attain ing tho rank of colonel. Since the close of the war ho has at different times fol lowed tho profession of civil engineer and nt others the practice of medicine, but for several months past ho has been at tho Chevenne agency, where, we arc informed, lie has a largo interest in tho post trader's store. Some idea of tho rank of his father may be found in the fact that when the Princess Louise was married to the Marquis of Lonio the newly married couple spent their bridal night at ono of his parents' country seats. The family of which the bridegroom of the dusky niaideu belongs is iu full succession from tho Plantagencts. Some fow years ago, when the dissipation of the Prince of Wales made him unpopular through out Great Britain, a movement was set on foot to establish the Plnutagenet family on the throne, aud had this move ment succeeded the colonel-doctor would havo been in the regular succession. His marriage to this colored lady will cause moro surprise among the nobility of England than even in this section of the country whero ho is so widely known. The Sea Serpent. Capt. Joseph Garton, of Bridgeton, N. J., tells the Daily of that city : That on the evening of July 17, of the present year, when off Plymouth, about fifty miles from Boston, his attention was at tracted to a strange looking object in the sea, about one-half mile distant, where upon ho procured a spy-glass, and sight ing through it, saw what appeared to be a huge snuke swimming rapidly toward the vessel. At the same tinio ho called the attention of four other gentlemen, who gazed at tho monster, which at this time was apparently aoout two hundred yards from tho vessel, swimming with considerable pace, on a straight course, aud apparently pursuing some large fish, probably a sword fish, which was ob served a short distance from the serpent, and evidently in a hurry. The head of the monster was raised at least ten feet above the ocean, but remained stationary only for a moment, as it was almost con stantly in motion, now diving for a mo ment aud as suddenly reappearing to the same height. The captain calculated that it plunged down onee every one half minute, aud ho saw it do this over a dozen times, as did also tho other spec tators. The submarine leviathau wa3 striped black and white, the stripes running lengthways, from the head to the tail. Tho belly was alniOBt whit?, and round ing, and tho head resembled that of a lizard, or a bullfrog. The throat was puro white, and tho head, which was extremely large, was fud black, from which, just above a lizard shaped mouth, protruded, an inch or more, a pair of deep black eyes, as largo as ordinary saucers. Tho body was round, and as large as a fish barrel. The cap tain says that the serpent was over one hundred feet long. The motion of the fish was like that of a caterpillar, with this exception, that the head of the suako plunged under the water, whereas the head of the worm merely crooks to the grouud. During its passage toward tho vessel, aud as long as the monster was iu view, the water in its wuke and around it as violently agitated, aud every time it made a pluugo tho water, or spray, was thrown up quite high, probably six or eight feet. The serpent passed on and was lost in the " sun wake." A Tragical End. A tragical conclusion is given to the great financial failure in San Francisco by the suicide of Mr. Ralston, late president of tho Bauk of California. Mr. Ralston was a man of highly ner vous temperament, quick impulses, and extreme sensitiveness. For a long time, after a career of wonderful success, he had stood at the head of the financial interests of the Pacific States. Ho was yet young, ardent, and i mbitious. His downfall was sudden and apparently complete. In a day, as it were, his enor mous power had vanished. . Tho sud den collapse of the institution of which be was the head and soul was too se vere a blow for him to survive. In a moment of frenzy and mortified pride he has ended a life which presented for him no longer any hope nor enjoyment. It is the sad finale of a career crowded with adventure, brightenened by what seemed lasting success, and which was only thrust down from the highest alti tude of commercial ambition by a lack of prudence and foresight. The Business Outlook. As to the immediate business of the autumn, says the New York Herald, the prospect is fair, but not exhilarating. Agriculture, the greatest of our interests and the chief pillar of the national wealth, is not suffering like manufac tures and mining. As much labor has been employed in agriculture as in any preceding year, and the crops are gen erally good, especially products which we raise for exportation. The foreign demand is sufficient to insure reasonable prices, and as soon as the crops of the country begin to move toward their mar kets there will be a revival of activity which will make quite a contrast to the recent torpor and stagnation. Sweet are the uses of diversity. They keep a fiddler from constantly playing on one string. SUMMARY OF NEWS. Ken sf Interest from Ham unit Abroad. Capt. Wobb Btiocecdod In swimming across the English channel from Dover to Calais, without any mooh&nioal aid or apparatus. Ha km twenty-one hours and forty minutes In the water Three man-of-war, witli a f oroo of troops and murines aboard, have bocn dis patched hastily from Aloiandria, F.gpyt, to tli at portion of the Egyptian coast bordering on Abyssinia to punish a body Of blacks Invad ing Egyptian territory. Four thousand infan try are held in readiness for emergency at 81101s. The Khedive Is determined to exact Inl satisfaction of the Infringements upon bis soil. Since the assassination of IVosidont Moreno, of Ecuador, great alarm has soizoil on all foreigners, and strong masons exist for behoving tliero will be a masnacro of the foroign priests. The ropnblio has bocn de clared in a stato of siege Qov. TiMen directed tho attorney -poiiernl to act In regard to tho nuiiey fraudulently obtained by Canal Contractor Johnson Courtney won tho President's oup, at singlo sculls, at (Saratoga, in thirteen minutes and fifty-nino seconds ; El dro'l and Hiulth, of tlio Argorautn, won the pnir-oar raoo ... . At a mooting held in Loudon to dismiss; tho high prioo of moats, a resolution was adopted pretexting against restrictions on the iniKrtation of foreign cattle. An associa tion was formed to soenro a supply of live cattlo from tho United Ktatos to meet tho wants of tho English market. Capt. Edward Binipeon, commanding tho United Statos steamer Omaha, tologrnphed tho nary department from l'anaraa, Aug. 2(1, an nouncing that tho Htato of Tauania has do elm od war against tho government of Colom bia rrivate toiograms from Montevideo stato at tho dissatisfaction with tlio t'reii -dont and his niiuia'.ry is such that no doubt is entertained that another revolution is immi nent In Uruguay Great oxcitcmont was occasioned in Pan Francisco by tho failure of tho bank of California. Tho ollicors claim lliRt tho assots will cover all liabilities. Tho bank will not rcsumo Sterling, Akrons Co., of Baltimore, Sid., one of tho largest ettgar houses in tire United States, lias sus pended with liabilities amounting to $2,500,- l'i'0 Tho first shipment of peaches ever limits to Europe was forwarded from l'hila- delphia a few days ago Tlio Atalanta crew of Now York, consisting of ex-members of colloge crows, won tho four-oared race at Saratoga iu eightcon minutes and thirty-two and one-half seconds. Courtney mid Ilobiiison won the doublo scull race in twetvo minutes and forty-two aud one-half seconds A special from Macon, Miss., reports a riot at New Hope Church, in which eight negroes were killed aud several wounded. The riot was cansod by a quarrel botwoeu a white man and a negro about dram beating Coun terfeit $10 notes of the First National bank of l'hiladelphia are iu circulation. The towboat Smoky City, with a tow of twelve barges aud six boats of coal, struck the bar of Island No. 10 in the Mississippi, while under full headway, sinking the whole tow with tho exception of ono boat. . . .Tho steam ship Persian from Chicago to Buffalo, with fifty thousand bushels of corn aud fifteeu thousand bushels of wheat, was burned on Lake Erie George D. Lord, ex-member of tho Nov York Assembly, was arrested on a charge of accepting a bribe to vote for " an act for tho relief of John Hand." The trouble in Tripoli has been arranged, and the authorities have apologized for the insult to the American consul In consequence of the run on the San Francisco banks induced by the failure of the Bank of California, the National Gold Bank and Trust Company and tho Merchants' xchango bank were obliged to suspend temporarily on account of the scar city of specie. They are both solvent and will reopen in a few days. Win. C. lialston, president of the defunct Bank of California, committed suicide by drowning the day after the suspension Cornelius Williams, a negro, was hanged at Jackson, N. C, for the murder of an old man named William Prossou, a bridge-keeper at Weldon, some months since. Ho mado a full confession, implicating three other negroes Ten lives were lost by the sinking of the propeller Comet on Lake Superior, the having collided with the steamer Manitoba A detective appointed to inves- gate the alleged shooting of ex-Ganger Miller, the revenue witness at Chicago, has furnished evidence that Miller shot himself. Another revolution has beguu in Santo Domingo. Ex-President Baez has been pro claimed President by the revolutionists. Tho cities of S&nto Domingo and Puerto Plata re main loyal to President fiouzales Advices from Herzegovina confirm tho roport that the insurgents have rejected the advice of the European powers to suspeud hostilities, and also that they demand tho iudoponduuee of Bosnia The Scotch express on tho Mid laud railroad, England, como into collision with an excursion train from Morecanibe to Bradford, uoar Kildwiok. Five persons were killed and forty injured, several probably fatally Tho foot and mouth din ease is spreading among the cattle iu Cumberland and Aberdeenshire, England. . . .Fourteen Montreal (Cauada) dry goods firms wore compelled to make arrangements with their creditors during one woek Josophus Booy, Jr., treasurer of Now Jorscy, has embezzled from the State about $ GO, 000, which has been spout iu dissipa tion. Uo was arrested in Philadelphia Thomas Callaghan, who occupied a room in a New York tenement with his mother and sister, drove his sister into the street at mid night aud then killed his mothor by beating her about the head. He was arrested..., Three young men aud threo young women were rowing on the river at New York on a Sunday, wheu they fastened a lino from their boat to a tugboat iu order to get a tow ; but the budden starting of the tug tamed their boat over, and a girl of nineteen was drowning when one of the young men swam to her and they both sank out of sight Col. Edward W. Longstrcet, of Syracuse, N. Y., committed suicide ou account of financial difliculties. .. Lewis J. Bennett, the canal contractor, has paid back to the State of New York, $12,000 of money fradalently obtained. Canal Appraiser Daiva has been arrested for complicity in the Haud contract fraud Secretary Bristow has ordered the sale of $1,000,000 of gold din ing September..... ..The business portion of Beynoldsville, Pa., was destroyed by fire. A duel was fought iu the dark at Waco, Tex,, between Charles Carrick and J. M. Turner, over some trivial matter. The distance was four feet, and the weapons used were six- shooters. Three shots were fired. Turner was killed One day's heavy rdn n Wash ington, D. 0 caused some of the sewers to burst, aud thus overflowed a large portion of the city, doing much damage. Eleventh and Twelfth streets were flooded sufficiently to float an ordinary boat. Near Fiber creek thirty houses were flooded to a depth of uiuj feet Foot thousand Serbians hare en tered Turkish territory, and are endeavoring to inoite the Bulgarians to rise against the Porte. Bosuia is reported ia full rebellion against the Porte, aud Montenegro and Serbia are actively preparing for war. In Herzegovina the in surgents have formed a national government under Lyubobratich The English polar expedition has been heard from at West Greenland, being all well and on their way to Uperuavik, wlieuce they will visit Capt Hall's grave. .A boy named Morrlo Hyan, residing at Hopkinton, Mass., started from hit house to kill a oat, when he was stopped by his two sis ters, who tried to persuade him to delist A rtrnggle ensued, during which the gun in Ryan's hands went off and killed the two girls. ... .The publishing house of Lee K Rlmpard, of Boston, and Lob, Shepard A Dillingham, of Now York city, have suspended Two new cases of yellow fover are reportod from Fort rickens, Barrancas Barracks, Fla. Boventoou tramps wore arrested In Railway, N. J., and they tlioreatonid to have revonge. On tho night after thoir roloaso two bams and a lumber yard were fired by the lncondiaiis,...11ie Atlantio mills at Lawrence, Mass., havo reoommonoed running, and thore is a prosoot of steady employment for ouo thousand hands. Two of the Franklin comity (111.) Ku-Klnx have boon hold in $1,000 bail to appear for trial. Six more of tho outlaws have boon ar rested. Tho testimony shows that thore are 400 of tho organization in Franklin county, and 000 In Williamson.... The total outstanding enrroncy of the Unitod States Hoptomber 1st was H15.f)ns,22!1.02 Hon. J. M. Thachor, commissioner of patents, has resigned, to enter upon the practice of patent law in Chicago. . . . Tho Khodivo of Egypt expects to bo called upon by tho Turkish authorities to aid in put ting down the I Inizegovininn rebellion, and in conscipiontly calling in his ofllcoinon furlnngli. The Jt'i-jnililirnn llanurr and tho f 'non American, of Nashville, Tonu., the oldest papers of tho H mthwont, have boon consoli dated under tho namo of tho American.... Viscount do Moaux, the French minlstor of agrioulturo, recommends manufacturers to ex hibit at the Contennial exhibition.... Auditor Tliayor testified that the canal board lot con tracts for the Champlain oanal improvement in direct violation of Ww, and expondod t253,- 000 without any law whatever The paint faotory of Baxter, Boll A Co., at Brooklyn, N. Y., was dostroyed by tire, involving a Iosb of flf.0,000. Shedding One's Skin. No animal is exempt from the opera tions of tho law of dasquomatiou. Birds shed their feathers annually, serpents their skins, quadrupeds their hair, nud lobsters and crabs their shells. So it is with humanity. Tho skin, in stead of being thrown off annually, as with those referred to, is all tho time wearing off, aud therefore constantly being renewed. Tho scarf-skin is insensible. It is to tho true skin, or .cutis vera, what the rough, scaly bark of a tree is to the vi talized coat immediately under it. In tho use of our hands, feet and ordinary exercises of tho body, fragments of skin are constantly rubbed off, so that it may bo truly said every living person is al ways shedding that tissue. If that process were interrupted; as it is partially by some who neglect to avail themselves of the benefits of water, the pores become clogged, and their utility in the preservation of health destroyed. Thus the actual amount of scarf-skin dropping off, rubbed off, aud washed off in a year would bo about equal to the thickness and weight of a thin sheep skin. Science of Health. About her Properly. Grace Greenwood, in a published let ter, says: Hearing that a paragraph is going tho rounds of the American press stating that "Grace Greenwood's place at Mauiton, Colorado, has been sold for taxes which she refused to pay, I beg leave to state iu self-defense that I never refused to pay said taxes never even had a chanco to do so. The facts are that a few weeks before I sailed for Eng land, and shortly after I bad promptly paiu a large special scuooi tax, i re ceived a curt postal card from the coun ty treasurer to the effect that if I did not pay my taxes my property would be sold. Alarmed, I replied at once, begging that I might be informed of the amount of my indebtedness, in order that I might send a check on a Colorado bank. He not only declined to grant my request, out aaveruseu tne speouy sale oi my lit tle place in a local paper, of which he sent me no copy, and it was sold before I or my husband at Washington could know anything of tho matter. Wejrlniinf.mifY' iinfvpvvrliinrr lmt.irlmn . . l '"i j - o . an article has as much merit as Dobbins' Electric Soap (made by Cragin & Co., Phila.1. wo erladlv praise it. asdoesoverv one who ever tried it. Try it. Now is Tins Time. It is always the riiiht tnno to do a sood act. and cverv man with a family should regard himself siiort of his duty until his home is oudoned with a Wilson sunttlo sowing machine. Let it bo un derstood that this admirable machine cantured rue prize modal and diploma or Honor at the Vienna exposition iu 1878, aud has everywhere demoustrated its superiority over all other ma chines. Machines will bo doliverod at anv railroad station iu this county, free of trans portation charges, if ordered through the eompauy s uraucu iiouso at mi ana wm liroau way. Now York. Thoy send an elegant cata logue and chronio circular free on application. This company want a few more good agents. Com. Beat it for Pmokit Davidson & Calkins, of Sibley, Iowa, land agents for the Sioux City and St Paul railroad, sold laud in Lyon county to Jesse Hopkins for six dollars per aero. Ho, last spriug, besides other eroiws, sowod six acres of barley, from which ho thrashed 870 bushels, worth at Sibloy eighty cents pur buuhoL This gives $300.80 Iroiii six acres, or ovor 50 por acre for ono crop from tU land. Who would not be a granger Important to Travelers. I'erHouB visiting New York or leaving by the cars from Grand Central Depot, will save an noyance aud expense of carriage hire and bag gage expreBaage by stopping at (hand Union noiei, opKito Urand Central Depot. Over 350 elegantly fumirjUed rooma aud ntted np at . coHt of $'J00,o(JU. European plan. GiiestH ean live more luxuriously for leas money at the Grand Union that at auy other iiint-claaa uoueo in New York. Htagea aud atreot cars paaa tho doors for all parts of the city. Kee that the hotel you enter ia the Grand Union Hotel. Corn, Edward Buyer, Esq., Ilorton, Kings county, N. 8 , writes that an astonishing cure has been effected on his) daughter by the use of Johiitrm'g Anodyne Liniment. The wholo s)iue became diseased, she lost the use of her limbs, and lior back was rounded up like a bow, in ooneequeuce of taking cold after hav ing been inuoculated for the kine poek. Bhe ia now well. Com. We pledge our repututiou ou the as sertion that auy educated physician, after a careful examination of the recipe, will say that Farion' Purgative Fill posaeaa more merit than auy other pill now offered for sale.-C'01i, The blood owes its re,d color to minute globules which float in that fluid, and ooutaiu, iu a healthy person, a large amount of iron, which give vitality to the blood. The Peru vian Syrup supplies the blood with this vital element aud gives strength and vigor to the whole system. Com. Mimbs. ORADDOOK A CO., 103 Raea gtiaat, Philadelphia, Pa. I 6 Plus Mad ma three bottle Caunabit Indira, box of Plus, aad pot of Ointment. Mot bar has been suffering villi Bronchitis tot twenty-yean, and tried moat all kinds of medioine, and eaya the Canmabi Aidfm Is the enljr ttiln- that (ire ber relief. BeepectfuUy, yours, . ' JANK A. AMIBKOOK. I.OVELA, XVH.LK, Uallard Uo., Ky. A tsonsoiontious farmer in Lowiston, Me. wlppd tho mud from his cart wheels before permitting his load of hay to go on to tho scales to bo weighed. W1IKNK'M riU.MHNH! MYltl'P, FOIt THIt MUCK OK rOMKIMII'TION, cormiM ami i,i)M. - - ThanmiitvlrtilKnf Mini ifioSfrles H that It rlrwrrt h mattnr and thrown It out of tho jUmt, purltlM ths blrmd, and thn efTnoU a ours. Si'HUNca's SrA Wrrn Town, wit Tim Onns or Drm-H'iiiA, lMiinf btion. Km. Ths Tnnla m1tia,ii a hrallhr aollon of tha Rloinach, ornalltiR an appntltn, forming chflo, aod onrlna1 tho mnflt obntloal ewww of Indlirmllnn. RciiKifca's Masiuiakr I'ri.i.n, rim inn Urn or l.ivr.n Oompi.aint, Ktc. Thorn PHI am altafaUvo, and produoo a hoalthy aotlon of fhn llvor without tho Inftftt dfinftor,a Umj aro fro from oalomol and fnt more oftloaoloiia to restoring a hftalt hr acitlnn of the llvor. TIiam, remodlnfl are a onrlaln nurn for flonfliitnptlon, tin t tin I'nlmnnlo Svmp rllmn. tho matter and pnrllina tho blood. Tho Mnnrtrako 1'llln ant npnn tho ll.nr, cmnb, a h.althr htls, and remnvo all ni.o.Ml of tho llvor. oflon a nano of Oon.untntlon. Tho Hoa Wood Tonle elvfNi tnno aod fttrnnglh to tho ntnmach, makoa a f'nm dlifHtlnn, and onalil'-n tho organ), to form good tlnod : and thtiA oroalcn a hnrtlthv olrcolallon of hnalthy llond. TOO nomhlnrd action of thnn mdllna, as thiifi pi pl.lnod, will enro evory dim of (Jonsumptlnn, If takoa Id time, and tho use ut the modlulnea persevered In. Ilr. Rrhenrk la nrnfoMlnnnllr at hi. principal office, corner Sixth and Arch Strt, I'hllndHlphla, ovorr Mnndny. whom .11 lollorn for advice mtiflt. ho addreMed. Svluinuk'a mmllclnnH for ftale liy all lrugfflKta. The Markets, saw touk. Beef Cattle Prime to Extra Bollooka .' S w ,1 Common to Oood Texana 07)fO V.H Mlloh Oowa 4A.00 (47S.no Hogs IJve .WX ,tKi Dressed lM(a) ,10V Sheep 04M MM lambs OnVi( .OiJi Oot.ton XMdltiiR HV4 .11! Ji'iour Extra Wnntorn A.7A (a) A.1A Statn Extra A.7A ( 8.10 Wheat Red Western l.f-0 ( l.AI No. 3 Spring I.SS u 1.S8 Rye Stato 1 on (4 1.08 Barley State l.lff 1.16 Barley Malt l.f.1X'4 l.PA Oate Mixed Weetern 60 14 .(10 Corn Mixed Woetern 71 H .81 llay, per cwt 0.1 ( 1.0S Straw, por rwt K0 (4 .85 Hope "75s. 15,450 olda .04 (4 .08 Pork Mess ... 21 SO (430 90 Lard 1 (4 .13 Flati Mackerel No. 1, new 18.00 (410.00 " No. a, new la.no (4i.t.oo : Dry Cod, per cwt 6.00 (4 8.B0 Herring, Scaled, per box 85 (4 .8 Petroleum Crude OS.VaVS's' Kenned, llif Wool Oallfornla Fleece on a .8A Texas " 30 (A .83 Australian " 47 (4 ,M Butter Slate S3 (4 ,tA Weet.-m DMry 'A (4 .in Weiitenc i'oll'jw .17 (4 .21 Wupipru Ordinary. 14 (4 ,15 Pi'imRylvania Fine.......... .70 (4 .'8 Oheeie State Fu tory ni (4 ,11 " Shimmed 02 36 .Ol' Weetern 04 (4 .08 EgifB Bfciti- 22 (4 .22 amah a Wheat l.ito (4 1.60 Rye SUte !'l ut .01 Corn Mixed 81 (4 8J Barley State..... 1.1A (4 1.20 Oata State It (4 .61 DUrraLO. Flour 6.2A A 7.75 Wheat No. 2 Spring 1.55 (4 1.25 Corn Mixed COiftA .71) Oats 4A (4 .45 Rye 1.20 (4 1.20 Barley 1.40 1.40 BALTIMORE. Cotton Low Middlinge .14T.V4 .n;j Flour Extra 9.00 (4 .) Wheat Red Weatem 1.43 (4 1.44 Rye oj (4 .M Corn Yellow 81 t4 .81 Oa'a Mixed 42 (4 .44 Petroleum... .05kuJ .06,'. M PHILADELPHIA. Flonr Pennsylvania Extra B.00 0 A. 75 Wheat Weetern Red 1.85 (4 1.48 Rye 95 (4 .03 Corn Yellow 83 (4 ,C8 Mixed Bl i mm Oats Mixed f)6 4 .07 Petroleum Crude 0HV.03.V Refined, .11 A penny saved here and the e counts up at the end of the year. Buy onlv KII.VKIt TIPPKI) Shoe4 aud you will save dollars In ste;id. AIo try Wire Quilted Soles. Remember m (Alll.i; SCRKW WIltE Boota and Shor. have no noils oi pegs sticking through the bottom to prick the ftut or wear the stocking. Also try Wlro tJ'lUted SolesJ MIOlIIGA-lSr PIHE AND FARMING LAKES FOR S A L E . Jnii. Hnll UooA Timber ! fwomlAIr! (.nod Wiilfr ! uoit Title ! Ileal. Ii C'limnte ! TIip entire I iunl (jrnnt of the Flint tV I'ere 31 a ri net to I. ail way 'utitanv Uft."fOOO A('ltt-S. U offMrt'd for enle for purp". of nctual Set I foment tn parcel as defllreil. M 0,MH MM twt of Pine, luc&ted convenient to the line of the railroad. Farming Lands, a gc-od ns any in tin world, lie along tuu line, nnd will '-e mid on most divoraMo terms ti ao tal settler. Timuf.h Oak, Koch. Mn,le, K'ck Kim. Hlitck Cherry. Hasswood, Pine, Hemlock, etc., etc , Kvery variety of timber, null nnd surface can be found. UheMn Land end Knlltoad facilities are seldom offered together, and those who Wa to secure home wil do well to apply early aud tnke choice selections Tf.hMS f)nvfourtn in cash and halnncu with anumil interest at 7 per cent., as may be agreed. Information by mail promptly furnished. Apply, in person or by mull, to WM. L. WKHHKK. Lend Commissioner. Address at Kast Saginaw, Mich. ADDREea von pntCC-UST, rRK.DE0ER.CK &CO A k a A PI T. M . TT. 3AUKB HAY bat two T bales either nay or vKS; cotton without tramp-1 ine or nioppine. Thirty bales of hay per honr. Twenty Daies or cotton per boar. I.OCOtAK 'PTRPEIUM.B AUH8 PBES9 COME AND SEE Th.'ai (tich Pralrtrt. Noar one million acrs for sale on (ho Stnni Oity anl M. Paul K. U. and on the McUtHRor ar.i! Mit.-ouri Kivt r K. It. Km-onil lartfe tract tor Coh.nk'H. t'oum r f-t'nd commit tw t d examine. Kvery ouo wuum-s Hj limrl likes it. Apply to IMVilNi A- C'AlsKlNS, Sibley Onc'ccila t o., Iown. ,r.sr i'f irs:. THE SHINING RIVER! A New Sabbath School Song Book. By 11 S. and W. u. Perkink. Prloe 33 (Jeata. 8) .er Hundred. Rst In Thr-n," "What J.-sna mT Nay," " Winder lliK Child," " Wh;it an- Tln-s" ' Watchman Awakn!' arn sHi:tmfms of Hit- titles ui the heauliinl new tijinus, losvrtH-tntiw iuuIoiIIhs. The High SchooYchoir ! By L. O. Emehbon and W. S. Tu.PEN. Prica Sl.OO. $f.00 per dozen. The HIGU SCHOOL CHOIR is similar In itenernl deixn to th ry popular ' Horn or Mnoinu," which has almust bu universally used la IHku ScIumiIs, The present work Is in no way tuforiur to Us predecessor, aud is entirety iresu una nw. THE SONG MONARCH ! ! Price ? 3 Gents. 7.50 per Dozen. By H. R. Palmkh, assisted by L. O. Kmerbon. Io not think of teaohlnar a Sintrine; School witbont nsing tbla attractive, popular aud usaful book. Specimen ooplos sent, post-paid, for retail prloe. OMVKIt IMTSON & C O., llnaton. t'HAS. II. IlTON iV CO., 711 HrortdwMyy fiew York. K. P. Rlre tV 'o.. Grarert m R'ufon, nay: "Your Sea Foam V sflvAB narfunf UfHf Inn " It. ! excellent. Cornell & III ii m ford, Vo er. I'toriiUnce, li. 1., ay ; Your 8ea Foam 1 wonderful. Our sain are immense. K very body praltwa it." " It makes Broad Richer. Lighter, Wnitfr, Purer, Sweeter, and More Wholesome than any other way." Tue gte-'itest thing to sell you ' a oigi rna . i-iouu m tui viiiumi m to ti Kt. F. OANTZ A CO., I7G uuane Direct, auw xura. Geo. P. Rowell & Co. 1 PRINTERS' ROLLERS Made from the Patent Exct'Uior'1 CoiriliOMltion. will rvcaat, out alfeotod by tue wnaiher ; pr.ca, UO centi IMsr nuuiiu. ia nu in prut-iug mia tB,Mr. J. U roLK. Am., OU Aim St., N. Y, af Ot Ibe Prrlllrat t'arda youavarsaw aT" va ilh our name handnouiely nrluted on OI I them, tent, puttipaid, upon receipt uf 2il cents. Vuur friend mil all waut thuu when they t ours. Add re, W. O, CANNON. 44i Kuaelaud btreet, liuatoo, Maaa. i KV I 1 (Mild la caus Uj UrmtijUt. .ttu ad uywyOa. OOK AOEJVTB WANTED f no k BACKSHEESH or Mfr w AarenttirM ta Oie Orient. By I bo. W. Knox. Jtrerealiths Wonders. Msr r1a, and My tenet of ths I -and of the Hi'inf Aun.tbd portrayi life at It really t'n the old and irepy f t and 1H, I l:..t. It trlln wh.t ths Anthnr saw, hrsrd, .nrt A4, In Mich Inlmlt.ble styl., that frcry ons laiirh la trite of himself st Ut p-nninc hnmof aaaJ laUlaT Jt is Lira, hjwt. nptrjr, immltui or pion wins, " ms.ty ' Ih.t 4o ( VWi rrtrtttfnm, Vrofrmtrt, sna ;n so mtsty mat n i wwpr i-rtnarnta, rrowwrw. flovrmnr. Hr., pronounce It " irrrtittflfo.'' Piom CiK reiUt lla ttftO HliiitratUms, mmtly wrruted In limine at a cot of fHi.iviO. To VOIf, vernier, and every wlde-awakt person. It afTofla ft M'lendld chnno to earn IIIO PAY. "'V think, UNI pavri, Bf.O tijrb iUmhntirm: To Nre Apetita, thr fAe prrm-nt,) ths Outfit I" Kn-e. Lara Pamphlets, Specimen Page", and TTm, frre to all. Adilresa, A. IJ. WOHTHtNUTON CO., llartlurd, Conn. A MONTH Annul wanbxt rj whara. Roslnaaa Donnrahla and first class. Particular, sint frff. Address WORTH A ().. HI, lonla, Mo. MorplineHaMt RpeedMr cured by mt HKCK'fl only known and aire Kemoily. NO CII.4KUK lor tri-atmcut until cured. Call on or address DrJ. C. BECZ, 112 Join St., Cincinnati, 0. " PENNSYLVANIA jtlllltwrT ArsdpmT, Chralrr. Pi. Opees Sept. Nth. (JItII KnarinnerlnR. the Clesslos, KiiKlixh aod Military Art thoroughly tanabt. For olroulara applf to Col. T1IKO. HYATT, President. PORTABLE GRINDING MILLS. Itcsit French Rurratiifspln die un'lei-runnum, rorlt had Mpp?r-runnrs, Top farm or mrchnn4 Work, ftupf rlor Mill Ktnnrt of nil lcm. 4irnalnr Dutch An hrr Rollins; Cloth. 91111 I'lciua coi n rtneiiers ami ;! anrn, earing, , t haft ine, Pullies. llaneera. etc.. all kinls of Mill Wachimr- and Millpr,' aupplfps. (Send for Pamphlot. fttraint 91 111 4'Ani,nn,T, It ox 14304 Inrlnnatl. O. S03IETHING t)VA,'U oX'mo'n., We have work and money for all, men or women, boys ut irlrls, wbole or spare time. Send stamp for Catalogue. Address FRANK OLUOK. New Bedford, Maaa. ) A large, independent, honest and fcarleesy v vnewflpaper, wun rename innnei reports ranu a vaiuaoie atrncuiturai aepan- Jinent. w earn, w maKHtnev t.ELT (HIIUMIU r AC Cthe best, family news- free psportn tho worla cony tol Tryltl C3 the Bi tfe-- layear, upof aclttbofC live. roraf club of ten. 25.withonev free Copt. (20 conta additional 1 cry copy, for Donacp.i The uaii.yi C'hroniclk flM.7oayear, postpaid CHlS. d TOD NO A CO. San Francisco. Syteimm Copiet ttnt FRKK. Send for on 500,000 ACRES Michigan f o m. J5i Lauds ii s n The Land a of the Jnrknon I, an ulna- nnd HncluRW Knllrond I'ompnny nre Now OFFKKED FOR SALE They ara slto td along It railroad and contain large tract of exoellMit FA KM 1 NO and PINK Lands. Tba farming lands Include soma of tha most fertile and well-watered hardwood lands In the State. The; arn timbered mainly with hard-maple and bench; soil black, sandy loam, and abounds Id spring of purest water. Michigan is one of the least indebted ana most piMsperous States In the Union, and its farmers have a greater variety of crops and rpsourcea than any Western State. While some of tba prairie States may prod net? corn In great abundance, they have uo other resource, and wben this crop fails destitution follows, as haa been the case the past year In Kansas and Nebraska. Price from 8l250 t 3.?.OG per acre. Send for Illustrate! Pamphlet. Address, O. il. BAUNEM. i'ouiHilMMfoner, l.nrm.iiK, i1ltrhinn. O N SALARY only. Arenta wanted. Male and Ftmnie. AUclreis O. d. UnniHTlAN, .Mart on, unto. (0 $250 nmiTM unu 1 ar sv anaaio. fori ( postage. .. yl eu ? Now is the time to Subscribe! rieven Fine .Engraving a presented to every New Yearly Subscriber The New York Fireside Companion PROSPECTUS FOR 1876. Thb Nfw York Fireside Companion ia now recopntred a the best mnlntniiifd, mom popular, moat varied and entertaining weekly published In the Unite 1 Mates. No effort ia spared to obtain whatever will add to tne iutereat and value of It con tents. The best writers in every department are secured, without regard to expense. It is the aim of the publisher to make this an Interesting and Popular Paper forboth young aud old; to combine entertainment and auiuseinent with desirable .n. formation on matters relating to the home, courtship, marriage, society, and dress, to gratify the. lunate' cm ionltv aud Interest of all iu the pure and natun.l romance 61 Ufa ; to cultivate a ttiAte for reading and intellectual pleasures ; and tn inculcate good senliineuta and principles iu the mind of the young. .Nothing of an immoral tendency is ever admitted into Its column a. It contains The moHt Fascinating Love Stories Dashing stories of Adventure on r.nntt and tSen( 8lirriug Indian and Border Tales Stories of Home Life hi City nnd C'omtlrv. liveliest Short Stories nnd Sentimental Sketches Original Humor, Jokes, Comic Sketches, Poetry. lViHenalsand Floaiinn PaiagiaidiH; Latest Fashion Uoaslp fr the Ladles; Answera Ut 'oriebpondeuts ; Kitchen Lore; The best Heading for Little Folk ; Beautiful Illustrations, etc., etc. "Sot less than SIX CONTINUED STORIES ymwunci ,- Blantly, and a KKW alory cnmruenceil about every second week; ao tliatnew renilera will bo able to get tho beginning of a story of the newsdealers or ol us, no matter at what time they may subscribe, iiack numbers can always be had couluiuLuu; tha commencement ol every story. PARTIAL LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS FOR 1676. Dr. John II. Williams Tony PnMtor imver trpiic Prof. Jhiim h Jic Illllo P. Hamilton ilyer LpMhe Thorn Frnnk Corey Affile Prone Petroleum V Nan by Our Family Physician. Under this title we shall pulilisli (liulnntlie rnmini; year a seilua of Articles by erolnent phyaiciaita. devottMl to Ilio treatment and ruio of prevalent diseases, alien aa Skin Dladasea. (Jonsuinptinn, Uiptheria. Hheiiuiatit.ni. Cancer, Hip liiaeaao, Bone Dlaeaae. Kye and Kar DisoaaiM, Tliront DiHeaaet., l'hyaloloiry of Diaeasesof Women, ManaKeineiitof Young rhildreu, llypiene, eic. These articles will contain the beat modes of treatment of disease adopted by-tlio highest modiual authorities oi tlio day, aud will be a valuable fjuide to tho readers of our paper. Correspondents' Column. No effort or pains are spared to make this depart ment most attractive and useful lo our readers. It la edited by a gentleman of wide experience and aound Judgment, and a vast amount of information is given ; nuawei a toquestiona relatliif? to love and etiquette, legalaud medical questions, iufoiumiiou for the kitchen and household, iu fact, answers to all questions that turn up in lite, cao be found in this column. Kendinai for Little Folk. This la, and will continue tn be. one of tho prom I nent features of the paper. The contributions to this department are by the very foremost writers lor children iu the country. This alouo makes Til K NKW YOUK FIKESIDE C'Oll PANION invaluable to every household where there are children. List of Entrravliiars Presented to New Yearly Hubsrrilierst A LESSON IN LOVE. Value, 30 Cts. I THE I.ITTi.K ANOI.KKS, Vuluo, 25 els. THE PET FAWN, . " 30 " FA It A VA Y FROM MOilE, " 25 " ERIN FAREWELL. . " 30 ' REHINN'INO TO HEU, " K J A MODEL YACHT, (colored) Value. 25 cents. These beautiful pictures are suitable fur fraiulug, and afford a valuable addition to the f uruiture of every home. MUNRO'S GIRLS & BOYS "OF AMERICA.1 Largest and Most Popular Weekly Paper for Young Folks. It is the only paper which contalna the kind of stories which mothers want to read aloud to their little ones, and which every father may unhesitatingly place iu the bauds of his children. It contains a larger amount and variety of good reading for girls aud boys than can be had iu any other weekly or monthly periodical. TERMS FOR 1876. MVlfltrrS GTRL8 AND HOYS OF AMEKICA and THE NEW YORK FIRE BIDE COMPANION! One copy of Munro'i Uirlt and Bow of A mertea will be sent for one year to any subscriber in the United Slates on receipt of ; two copies for ti nine copies for $16. 3n New York Fireside Companion will be sent for one year on receipt of $3 : two copies for $5 ; or. nine copies for 20; Genera upof Clubs can afterwards add single ooplaa at 2 50 each, we will be responsible for rerutttaucas sent iu Registered Letters, or hr foat Office Money Orders. Roth papors seut to one address for one year, for $4 50. Itage, fkek. Specimen coptea, sent free. Specimen copies with any one of the above Pictures seut to any address on receipt of Ten Cents. AiiiH.VrS WAITED to canvass for the above two papers In every town and village where thert are no newsdealers. Good wages cau be made by successful canvassers, boys atid Olrls are Invited to become canvassers. Every uoy uu tjiii usm sol. auuDuiami. ui uieir own village, w rite lor particulars. Address. V. O. Box 063r. TV IT' k C Th. eholoMt In the world Importers' L i C5. prloe LantMt Oompanr In America tapis article please. eTerybody Trad, eonlioualljr inereaaing na wamea everywhere bept Induce. lneuts don't wast, time wad for olrcular to KOHKHT W Kl.LB, 4 3 Vemy Btreat. New York. P. O. Bui 187 SI-IITn ORGAN GO. T30tOIXi IWXACslaS. Theae Standard Instrument a Sold by Music Dealers Everywhere. Agenta Wanted in Every Town. i Bold throochont th. DniUd StatM oa ths INrSTALLIIIENT PLAN t That la, on a system at Monthly Paymenta. Porchaaer. shoald aak for ths Kutt Aaraaioaii OaaaJt. OatsiosTU. and full particulars oa application. N. F. BURNHAM S TLHBINK Water Wheel Was selected, 4 tun aa;o, and pat to work ia ths Patent Utts, Waah. inston, D. O., and haa provea to bs ths best. 19 slzss mads. Prices lower than any other first-class Wheal. Pamphlet frso. W. Y. BUhNHAM, Yoaa. Pa. A;KNTM. iiO KLKGANT OIL CHROMOB, monnt. sd.sU. 01 1 1 for SI I ItO fur 5. Laraaat .arisly a th aorld. NATIONAL OUHOMO OO.iuladslphia. ERIDE CUTLERY Msnnfactnm nil Itlmt of Tunic Cnllrrr. hxciusire makers of ilia FATI-.NT 1 VOH V " or Ollnlnld Knlfo. 4 h. m..t tlnrahla Will 'I' K HANOI. li knon. Orlalnsl makarsofths IIAIM1 HI It-UL-u liaNlkl.r.. Alwnva assMwaaaaasaaaaaaaaawai call for " Trade Mark" M KRI fK.rt CJtJTI.K.UY UOi. on the Blsrle. 1w";,'rtn s.,ld by all dnlra In Cntlary and by the MK.RIDKN OU'l'l.KRV tJO., Chambers Ktrent, Now York. H. T. N. U.-No. VH Th KlnBof the Hod? I the brain; the stomach Its mutn support ; the nerrea Its meaaenrera ; the bowels, the kidneys and the pore Its natejroards. Indt. itestion create a violent revolt amona; t we attache ot thi reaal era an, and to brlnathem back to their duty there I not hind like the regulating, purifying", In rigor atlng, cooling operation of Tarrant's Effcrvescont Seltzor Aperient. It renovate the system and restore to health both tba body and the mind. Sold by all Druggist. VISITING CARDS, Fine White Bristol VHIHnr Clsrds, with yonr I" " Name hpantt'ullv printed n them, rott.psM. for 'J. ot. 20 Kepp or Damask. 2 vtn Klegant t'jrrf iisp, IO ct. w have over SO dinVrent style of Cardi, Including ila, Rnowflnk", M.rbl. V ilverslty Plaid, etc. Send slump for Sample, or IO eta. tor Agents1 ontflt. Addrena W.U. B. W A I , O KN, Non ltA dn ms,JH nn NEW ENGLAND PEOPLE Nnw residing In the Wet or South will find The Hnnlnn V erklv tlobp the best paper for them tn t.'tk. as it gives all the New England news and Is also a live story and general newspaper. Only SO cts. for 3 mouths, postage free. Thb Globe Pud. Co., Boston. A MONTH and KXPKNSKS to all. Article new, staple as Hour. Hamp.es fwn. V, t, Pib.W YitHK or 'HHJAtttJ. Wisconsin Central Railroal Lanfls. Fx Dent Farms at low pr'ce snd on easy term. Rnre Crops Good Water Healthy Climate No tinins hoppera No severe wind No malarious dfrteHSf l.efore going elsewhere tend postal card asking for pamphlet, maps, etc.. to UHAS. h. COI.BV.tsnd Commissioner, I Wis. Cen. R, R. Co.. Milwaukee, Wis. Plmftf of Timhrr on atf Iht Zand. OPIUM and Morphine llnhlt absolntely nnd speedtlv cured. Palnleas: nopnbllclty. Send stamp for parttcnlara. Dr. CaiiTj ton, 1 87 Washlngron St. .Chicago, 111. Ct f s CO Krrdsy. Send for Caromo Csla'ecue. JlU'-JtJ.I H. Hirrsxian'sHMNB. Koston. a.ua. Wll n I IPF splendid New Illustrated BOOK of , the author's own KOyrnra' life and IN THE thrilling adventures amona; Indians, PAR WPT m border wars, bnntlna wild snlmals, TMII llbOl eto. The be.t .nd only llt,w end rum. pl'tt book on the wild Fak WEST. li.at nmthint tn -li. AMKNTM W ATKIi. Wii.et, Wateiimah A Katoh, Hartford, Ct. NEW YORK TRIBUNE. The Leading American Newspaper. THE IIEHT ADVERTISING llIEPIlTilf. Daily, $10 a year. Semi-Weekly, $3. 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The "Beat All" Safety Lamp. Patented Bept. With. I 874. Has safety tut which prevent ei plosion, and la the ui(t praitloul, useful, iUa&q imd BAte lamp ever mada. Ajrnf Wanted every, where. Atidrau K M. LOWDKN, Patentee and Man ufacturer, 85 New Chamber Btreet, New York. This new troas la woru with perfect sonfort am at and day. Adapts itself to every motion of to. body, reuiuln. Kotd tun. auder tb. Eardest .serulM, or severest .train outU permanantly saxsd. bold ohesp br the Elastic Truss Co. No. t3 Broadway, N. V. City, and ssnt by mall. Call or sand for Olxenlsx. and bs oared Tonr Dams Elegantly Prln. d oa Vi TaANsrauaaT visitinu Cabiis. for 2A Cenu. F.vli iml pAt.t.in. i ml which Is not visible until held towsrds th. biiliL ftoiDiDgiis.intracT.rDcioreonrreuin America- Ulsinuuce Basala to Agsnts. l'ovaLTr PsisTiao Co.,Ashlaad,Alaas, Pleasant and l'roflmhle Kinploy mrnt. " Bauilful!""Charnims !" "Oh, how lu.elj j" "What are they worth ?" .lo. 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