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FARM, GARDEN AMI) HOUSEHOLD.1
Vnlne of Covered OTnnarr. At various times wo linvo pointed out to our renders the profits roHulting from covering innnure, instend of allowing it to get sonkod by the rains or dried by the sun, ns is generally done. We bave given this advice from wlint we have ac tually seen. When rough nlieds have been built to cover the manure heap the crops fertilized by this pile have in creased in productiveness sufficient to pay for the shed covering the first year. We never have seen any exact figures of the proportionate value of covered and uncovered manures, that we remember, until the following, which we find by Lord Kineaid, a Scotch landowner and farmer. They present the best state ment possible, we think, of the advan tages of the plan : Four acres of good soil wero meas ured, two of them wero manured with ordinary barnyard manure and two with an equal quantity of manure from the covered shed. Tho whole was planted with potatoes. Tho products of each acre were ns lollows : Potatoes treated with barnyard ma nnre : One aoro produced two hundred and seventy-two bushels. One acre produced two hundred and ninety -two bushels. Potatoes manured from covered sheds One acre producod four hundred and lorty-two bushels. One aivo produced four hundred and seventy one bushels. The next year th9 land was sown with wheat, when the crop was as follows : Wheat on laud treated with barnyard mnnuro : One acre liroduced. forty-one bushels. eighteen pounds (of sixty-one pounds per unsuel). One acre produced forty-two bushels. thirty-eight pounds (of sixty-one pounds per bushel). Wheat on manured land from covered sheds : One acre liroduced fifty-five bushels. five pounds (of sixty-one pounds per ousuKi One acre producod fifty-three bushels, forty-seven pounds (of Bixty-one pounds per ousiiei). The straw also yielded one-third more upon tho laud fertilized with the ma nure from the covered sheds than upon mat to wiucn tne ordinary manure was applied. A cw 1 or It Jndcjxnucnt, Profitable t'roim. A large number of letters reach us from farmers who inquire what crops we would recommond to be raised upon certain parcels of land, with a view of getting Irom them the lamest cash re- turns. These are very difficult questions to answer ; in fact, any answer must be to a large extent empirical, and tho opinion untrustworthy, as there are conditions to be taken into account, of which we can have no knowledge. Tho nature of tho land ' is to be considered. its fertility, its situation, its nearness to market, etc. Unless land is rut no m good tilth, no crop can bo raised with prout. A hundred times have we said to farmers, cultivate less land, and put every rod of that which is cultivated in to high condition. It is an axiom in successful farming that one ocre must be made to give returns equal to four under tne old system of JSew I'JUBrlaud farmiuar, Make one acre give you eighty or one hundred bushels of com, or thirty-five bushels of wheat, the samo of rye, or three tons of hay, and then yon are on the road to successful farming. You cannot afford to drud.w nwav upon vour land which gives you but one-third of these results. We hnve one measured acre of land which for twelve years we nave studied caretuily, and kept an ac count or tuo expenses ana value of crops and it has afforded us much instruction! Last year the acre gave us thirty-five bushels of summer rye and about two tons of straw. The rye wo sold the present spring for $1.25 per bushel, and tne straw nad a cash value of Sa per ton the cash value of tho crop was therefore SS'Jd. to, and from tins we deduct tho ex penses as far os they can be fairly esti mated, about S28, we have a clear profit ot more than 55 from tins acre of land Isow, if a farmer has ten or twenty acres under cultivation, giving like re sults, they afford him a fair income, and with the return from other farm depart ments, tho bnsiness of farming does not appear pecuniarily bad. The truth is, farming must be studied and well considered ; it must be well conducted as a merchant conducts his business, with intelligence, forethought and good common sense. Farmers must look upon tueir laud as a merchant does upon his merchandise, and the question fo be pondered is : How can I make it pay motuebest proht f larnting that is, the right kind of farming is a good business ; we insist upon it, it is a good business for a man to follow liomon Journal of Chemistry. Wheat Weevil and AlotU. After wheat is thrashed and put away in the bins it is not safe from the attacks of insects. Perhaps the most common and destructive kind in this country is the red grain weevil. It is a small beetle of a pitchy red color, and nttacks wheat after it is stored, eating out the inside of the kernel : hence it is not easily de tected except by handling the grain or submitting it to a slight pressure, the shell readily breaking when touched. This weevil is sometimes exceedingly numerous about old barns in the Middle States, and considerable care is necessary to preserve seed wheat in good condition for sowing. Infested barns should be well cleansed every season before new grain is put in, even to fumigating with burning sulphur, as well as dusting the cracks about the bins with the name substance. Tne Potato Field. A man in New London, Conn., thinks he has made an accidental discovery of preventive for the potato rot. He uad a field of pofatoes nearly an acre in ex tent, all apparently decaying, the vines havinsr wilted and turned black. lie re solved to pull up the worst of the vines in part of the rows, leaving the potatoes m the hills. A month later he dug the crop and found the product of the rows which he pulled to be nearly double that of those lott in their former condi tion. Still Aching. Hurrying down Jefferson avenue, De troit, to the depot, a man struck a heap of peach skins aud fell on his beam-ends and rolled over twice before he stopped A boy, standing in the center of the street, anxiously inquired ; 'Be you hunting for anything, mis ter?" " Come here, bub," said tho man, as he sat up, " come and get ten cents, and some candy, and figs, and plums, and juba-naste. That's a good uoy, come and see me. , .,, -,. "Your intentions , may pa good, re plied the bov. as he backed off, "but guess I'll wait until the other other booting gets over aching before I get auy nearer." THE TOWX OF 1SDIAS0LA. Description of tho Plneo with 1t Commereo and, Trade . , Indianola. the town in Texas destroy ed by the cyclone, with a frightful loss of life, is the county town of Calhoun county, and is the port of entry of the district of Sal ruin. It is situated on the west shore of Matagorda bay, twenty- five miles from the gulf, and distant about one hundred and twenty miles from Galveston. The town contains be tween two and three thousand inhabi tants, and is built immediately on the shore of tho bay, upon a level beach of white shell sand, behind which a per fectly level prairie extends for many miles. It is the terminus of the West ern Texas and Pacific railwny, which is to connect it with Austin, the capital of the State, and with San Antonio. This road, which is now completed to (Juero, distance of seventy-live miles, and which it is thought will soon be linish- d. has added much to- tho commercial importance of the place by attracting the population of tho neighboring towns of l'ort Jjannea, Old Town, and Powder Horn, which were built before the loca tion of the terminus of the road had been decided upon. As a port of entry it is next m im portance to Galveston, all the trade with San Antonio and tho surrounding coun try, ns well as that with New -Mexico, via ban Antonio, passing through it. Tho buildings are oil of wood, the ma jority of them being built upon piles, on account of the dampness of the sand, which is saturated with the salt water of the bay. The inhabitants are princi pally commission and forwarding mer chants, small shopkeepers and traders and their employees. The houses being nearly all white, the town presents a neat and pretty appearance from the bay and surrounding country. I ho facilities for shipping and receiving goods are ample, as several long wharves have been built, which extend far into the bay? alongside which all vessels whoso draft of water permits them to cross the bar, at the en trance to the harbor, can come. Besides tho receipt and shipment of goods to In dianola, thero is a large business done in packing and preserving beef, and in slaughtering cattle for their hides and tallow. In the last-named business the animals are killed, their hides, horns, and hoofs removed, tho carcasses placed m large drums, the tallow separated, and the flesh and bones converted into manure by the admission of superheated steam. Steamers of tho Morgan line run to New Orleans four times a week, touchiug r.t Galveston on their way. The com merce is important, ns besides the regu lar business done by the steamers thero is a large trade carried on with the prin cipal commercial ports of the country by means of coasting vessels. The ex ports are cattle, hides, tallow, wool. cotton, preserved beef, and the manure spoken of above. The imports embrace all kinds of manufactured goods and a largo amount of lumber. At Pass Ca vallo, theentranco from the gulf to Ma tagorda bay, there is a largo lighthouse, and at different points between the pass and the town there are three more. About Postal Cards. The Post-oflice department at Wash ington received a letter from a firm in Chicago complaiuing that six cents addi tional postage was charged them on a postal card sent to their address, on tho face of which, in the lower left hand corner, were written the words, "Sept. 1.1, 187u. As inauy complaints of this character are received at tho depart ment, the following reply to the above h-ttor is furnished for the information of the public : CteNtlemen: In answer to your letter I have to state that by a ruling of this department anything whatever, except an address written or printed upon the side of a postal card intended for the address, renders such card unmailable, aud the same cannot be legally forward ed unless prepaid at the letter rate three cents. I!ut if by inadvertance it reaches its destination without such prepayment, it is chargeable wich double the letter rates under tho provisions of section lo'Jl, postal laws edition of 18(3. In accordance with the said ruliusr tho card submitted was rendered subject to letter postage hy the writing ot the date on tho side designed for tho od dr.w, and having been forwarded with out the prepayment of such postage, it became liable to double the h-tter rates six cents. Iu collecting the abovo, however, tho postmaster at Chicago should have deducted the one cent originally paid for the card. The Jlaoris, or 'ew Zealaiulers. From au article entitled " New Zea land," in Appletons' American Cyclo ptedia," revised edition we quote as follows : The Maoris, tho primitive in habitants of New Zealand, are a tribe of the Polynesian branch of tho Mahiyo Polyr.esiau family. The average height of the men is five feet six and a quarter inches ; average weight, one hundred and forty pounds. Their bodies aud arms are longer, and their legs shorter, than thoso of Englishmen of the same stature. The New Zealander's hair is generally coarse aud black, though sometimes rusty red. He has good teeth, a broad nose, dark-brown eyes, large mouth, and an olive-brown skin, which in some is so fair that blushes can be seen, while in a" few the skin is dark almost to blackness. Tho women are not handsome, though when young they are graceful and pleasing, wim mild eyes, patnetic voices, ami great ease ot manner. In tattooing, the New Zea landers have . outstripped every people. Tattooing on the face they term moko, and on the body whakairo, the term tut too, though of Polynesian origiu, being unknown in their dialect. The male New Zealanders tattoo their faces, hips, and thighs ; the women their upper lips. The figures are alike among persons of the same tribe. The pigment used is charcoal made from kauri-gum and other vegetable substances.' Under the skin the charcoal looks bluo, and grows dark in the course of years. Since the intro duction of Christianity tattooing is go ing out of fashion. Ladies' Cloth Suits. Ladies' cloth is again imported in ready-made suits in stylish shades of slate, blue, gray, green, and plum blue. Flounces are not put on Bkirts of this heavy material ; instead, they are trimmed with rows of braid,, some of which are wide and others narrow. The overskirt is very narrow, and is attached to the lower skirt by buttons down one side. ' The jacket is loose, long, aud pointed in front, with a short broad English back, Byron collar, and square pockets. A cuirass basque is to be worn beneath this jacket.' ( " J ' ' The Pittsburgh! Commercial ' perpe trates the ( ollowiug : ' It is said to be a fact that the death of aa author always increases the sale of his books. Hero is hint for Eli Perkins. , . , SUMMARY OF KEW8. Item of Interest front Home and Abroad. A revolutionary movement took place re cently at Le Vega, Ban to Domingo, headed by Gen. Joan Gomez. Owing to the energetic measures taken by the government the rinsing was qneiler), and Gen. Gomel took refnge in the woods...... Theodore Tilton commenced bis leoture season In Port Jervis, N. T. His subject was "The Problem of Life." There la every probability that the Heme govintan Insurrection will soon be pnt down. The fast mail servioe between Now York and the largo Vt'uotern cities baa been in augurated. The time from Now York to Chicago is twenty-six hours The Direct Cable Company bas its wires in working order now, and the first day sent over two hnndred mespagee to England at the low rate of twenty five cents per word There were over thirty oarea of yellow fever at Milton, Fla , and seventy cases and fifteen deaths at West Pas- cagoula President Grant and Generals Sherman and Hooker attended the meeting of the Army of the Cumberland at Utioa Extensive whisky frauds bave been discovered in San Francisco, and revenue oflicors are im plicated. The investigation is to be actively pursued. The Episcopal couucil for the diocese of Fond du Lao, Wis., mat at Green Bay. On the third formal ballot, the Eev. John Henry Hobart Brown, of Coboef , N. Y., was elected bishop The safe of Francis Sargent & Ca, of Boston, was robbed during the day of $17,235 in bills, chocks and notes by a burglar, while a confederate occupied the attention of the bookkeeper, who was alone. The aspets of the Bank of California will probably exceed its indebtedness by one million dollars. The cattle disease is increasing in England, but there has been only a small proportion of deaths A Papal nuncio has been issued to the Spanish bishops, which claims the fulfill ment of the concordat, which forbids the ex ercise of any non-Catholio creed ; claims the transfer of tho superintendence over education to the clergy, and the co-operation of the secular power in suppressing hertical teaching aud liteiature ; and says one of the causes of oivil war is the way in which religious unity has been misunderstood by previous govern ments. The Madrid papers sharply criticise the nuncio The amount of taxes paid on real and personal estate at the office of the tax receiver in New York city during two days was $1,500,000 Lee fc Hhepard's liabilities amount to $587,206, and their assets figure up $199,433, exclusive of stereotype plates which cost $250,000 The thieves who robbed the safe of Sargent A Co., of Boston, of $17, 000 worth of notes and other valuables, re turned through the mail the next day all the property but $73 in cash . . A fire in Tader born, PrusBia, destroyed, one luindred build ings, whereby three hundred families wero rendered homeless.... The Brazilian govern ment has determined upon a conciliatory policy in relation to religion. The convention of New York Democrat?, held at Syracnse, nominated John Bigolow for Socretary of State, Lucius Robinson for Con troller, Charles S. Fairchild for ' Attorney General, Charles N. Ross for Treasurer, John D. Van Buren for Engineer and Surveyor, C. L. Walrath for Canal Commissioner, Rod ney It. Crowley for Prison Inspector. The platform contained extracts from the na tional Democratic platform of 1872 and the State Democratic platform of last year, and declared unqualifiedly for hard money, an early return to specie payments, mid tho main tenance of the public credit. It ulso declared for administrative economy and reform, and against a third Presidential term and sump tuary legislation. Owing to a violent gale ou the Gulf coast, tho water has been forced upon Galveston, and the principal streets are inundated to a depth of several feet, aud much property has been destroyed. Thirty workmen on the breastwork in course of construction by the government, have been cat off, and are proba bly lost. The Santa Fo railroad bridge across tho bay has been swept away, and the Hous ton railroad bridge is under water The Pope held a consistory recently and conferred upon Cardinal McCloskey the ring, aud gave him titular charge of the Church of Santa Maria Sopra-Minerva. - The Pope, after deliv ering an allocution in tho consistory, an ' nounced the creation of six new cardinals aud f several archbishops and bishops The Greek government has determined to encour age the citizens to participate in the Centen nial exposition at Philadelphia Superin tendent Chapman, of tho Insurance depart ment of New York, has canceled the certificate of authority of the City Insurance Company of Providence, R. I., to transact bugiuoss in bis State The eighty-oue-ton gun re cently completed at Woolwich, England, for tho iron-clad Inflexible was tostod with charge of 250 pounds of powder aud a 1,300 pound shot. The result was not quite satis factory The Nebraska Stato Democratic convention adopted a resolution in favor of a sound currency, coin or its equivalent; of steps toward specie payments, and no stop backward The two hundredth anniversary of the Indian massacre at Deeifkld, Mass., was celebrated by appropriate exercises A dispatch from Commodore Cooper, of the Pensacola navy yard, states that the yellow fever is epidemic at Howell' tuition on Pen sacola bay, twenty-five miles above the navy yard. Tho people have neither food, medicine or attendance. They are crying for relief The secretary of the treasury has called in $5,000,000 of the coupon bonds of June 30, 1861, as follows: Fifty dollars, No. 2,501 to No. 3,300, both inolusive ; $100, No. 1,001 to No. 10,500, both inclusive ; $500, No. 10,101 to No. 15,300, both inclusive ; $1,000, No. 33,801 to No. 69,700, both inclusive, Four boys out sailing on a Sunday afternoon recently were drowned by tbe upsetting of their boat near tbe number, a few miles west ot Toronto . . . .The storm at Galveston, Texas, swept away about one hundrej houses and other buildings, aud destroyed much property otherwise. The water vt ttvcral feet in depth iu some of the a i-in. The railroad tracks were greatly damage Twenty persona are known to have perished. Numerous ves eels were wrecked. The storm extended along the .entire coast, and many marine disasters are being reported. Accounts from New Mexi co state that much damage has already been done to the wheat crop by the wet weather, and the town of Los Cruce was nearly de stroyed by the bursting of a waterspout During tho receut storm twelve inches of enow fell in Quebec, and much damage was done to iruit and ornamental trees Wm. Btoue, aged nineteen years, while disputiug with his father in a machine shop at Newark, N. J., de liberately drew a pistol and shot bis father n the face, inflicting a serious wound....!. A locomotive of a coal train on tbe Lehigh Yalicy railroad exploded at Btouey Creek, Fa. John Kershuer, engineer, John Dopier, fire man, and Benjamin Hoffman and II. W. Kolp hrakemen, all of Fun-view, wore instantly killed. George Oweus, a brakeman, was in, jured. . . .'. .The Anthony House aud an utire block of buiklinga In Little Book, Ark.j were dostroyed by fire, with a heavy loss , , The teamer Emery Gity wu bunieil to the water's near' Kiugtoui'j.pnu. ilia ua was saved auil tier panicngei uuiu jnred. " Tho freight and boat are a total lua. The eabiu oaught fire from a stove in the engine room. A snowstorm prevailed on Mouut Wash ington, N. H., Bept. 17th, continuing all the next day No trains or stages went up or down The United States cotton crop this yew is 3,827,843 bales.... .The Insurrection in the Turkish colonies still Continues, and much fighting with the loss of many lives mUBt result before affairs are settled. The gale at Galveston drove the waters of the Gulf over tho entire Islat.d, inundating the highest points to a depth of two feet, and raining gardens and foundations. Many build ings were moved bodily into the thorough fares. The gale extended along tho entire coast, and created great bavoo with the ship ping of all classes The Servian news papers sy that the government his received a note from the Bublime Porte asking if Turkey may rely on the maintenance of Servian neu trality Jocjb Benjamin, a well-known pawnbroker of Bait more, died from erysipelas, which was produced by the use ot hair dye. . . . It is expected that Russia will recognize Ehan Bade as the succcf sor of his deposed father in the Kbanate, of Ehokaud, Asia, but whether recognition will be accompanied by the armed occupation of Ehokand is uncertain. At last advices all was quiet Westervtlt, fno of the alleged abductors of Charley Ross, bas been oonvictcd in Philadelphia of conspiracy to kidnap, conspiring to extort money, and con spiring to defraud the child of his liberty. He was acquitted of the counts of kidnapping aud concealing the ohild. He took an appeal. James Garland, professor of mueio at New Brunswick, N. J., had so ill treated bis wi'fe that she determined to leave h'm, and was makiug her preparations to do so, when be shot her three times with a revolver, inflicting serious wounds in her neck and head. Garland then went to his room and fired three shots in to his own head and cut his throat and arm with a penknife, breaking two blades. Not oontent yet, he caught up a hammei and struck himself on the head, crushing in the skull, and died In a few minutes The supreme court at San Francisco confirmed the decision of a lower court sentencing ex-IJaibor Commissioner John Marks to seven years' im- pr.soument for embezzling $06,000. Tho New York State Homeopathio Society celebrated the semi-annual centennial of the introduction of homeopathy into this country, by appropriate exercises As Hie telegraph wires about ttulveston have been repaired intelligence comes that the town of Indianola, on Matagorda bay, Texas, a village of twelve thousand inhabitants, was completely inun dated and mostly destroyed by the recent storm. Very few houses are laft standing entire, and the loss of life counts up to about one hundred and fifty, the roeoding waves dis tributing tbe bodies over a space of twenty miles. Parties of the saved were hunting np the bodies of their relatives, aud as there is little food to be had, their couJition is very pitiable. Tho people of Galveston sent relief. Information has also been received that the own of Matagorda has been swept away, with the exception of two houses. At East Bay only five porsons out of twenty-eight are known to have been saved. The town of Saluria is also reported to be washed away. . . . Charles G. Fisher, assistant diBtriot-attoruey at V asliingtou, bas beon arrested for abstract ing orimiual records, aud committed to jail ihe records were recovered A disease like the epizootic appeared at Pougbkeepsie ana elsewhere in tho State of New York. 'T't . r l . . , . . . j. no iuecuanicB naiiK or jnoiitrtal has sus pended, owing to a heavy defalcation The cattle disease has broken out iu Wilbraham, Mass The Russian General Kauffnmn occupied Khokand without resistance. Th greater portion of tho Russian troops remained in the fortified camp outside. All the Russian prisoners have been delivered over to General Kanffman, mid the Khan has accopted all the conditions of peace Au editor of th Otrmania, on Ultramontane newspaper, has been sentenced to five mouths' imprisonment by the municipal court of Berlin for publishing an offensive article. i How a Trade was Spoiled. The Boston Commercial Bulletin tells a btory of a retired dry goods merchant of tliuc city, distinguished for his "do portment, who is said by the boys t navo ueeu enuauv distiumusliea whe in "tho trado " for selliug apparently nnsaianio goods, upon whicn tho sales men of the hume had exhausted their ellbrta. It is related that at one time large lot of alpacas hung Are badly, an. could not be placed bv Anybody. At last the old man took them in hand, and, waiting tho arrival of a buyer of a large retail house in one of tho Xew England cities, blandly, proposed to sell Mr. J.rade well himself. Tradewell was com plimented hy this mark of distinction, and started off briskly on his bill of goods. PreseuUy the head of the house laid his hand carelessly on a piece of al paca, aud said : " Jklr. Tradewell, we bave got three or four cases of these tine alpacas, a small lot, Boston trade have not taken them yet ; rather too fine perhaps for your city, but if you would like to mo nopolize the line of goods I think wo might place tho entire three to yon at forty-two cents. There are three cases of these goods, Edward, are there not ii" (to au attendant youth.) Now, the boy had witnessed tho old man's salesmanship with open-mouthed admiration, and when it came to placing the hard old alpacas at forty- two cents which had failed to And a customer at thirty-five cents, he eagerly responded to the inquiry : " Ye3, sir, there's three cases here'n ten more np stairs." Tradewell "tumbled" to tho boy at once, and grinned quietly while the old man, settling his stock, and swallowing an imaginary mouthful, said, blandly : " Very well, Edward, very well ; but another time you need not tell mo things that I do not wish to know. Mr. Terms, will you take Mr. Tradewell now 1" How to Stop a Taper. The Jointers' Circular says: Do not take your paper to the postmaster and tell Lim to send it back ; in nine cases out of ten you will fail to etop it in this way. Do not attempt to return it yourself, and write on the wrapper to discontinue ; this is against the law, and lays yon open to a flue. ' Before your subscription expires, send to the editor a postal card, Faying your subscription expires on Mich a date ; please discon tinue at that time. Sign your name, alao the town and State where your paper is sent, in full. If the paper bas been Bent two weeks or more over the time for which it was paid, don't send a po tal card ; it will do no good ; rather write a letter and inclose what is due for arrearages, always allowing that ono number will be sent before the. letter reaches the publisher and his list is cor rected. By observing these Bimple rules, your requests will always be promptly attended to. ' Buying. Au exchange tells a Btory about a shopkeeper who advised a lady ta. Im-T two mnliiiii- switches instead' of one, as the article--was becoming scarce, . Ho Baid that tho man ho had hired to hunt inoe.H had only caught two within a foitnight. A Novel jThlngy, '. ; .- A novel methoA for" propelling or tow-1 ing ci.nn.lbon.ts has recently been intro- duoed m Jielgium, wnicn is aescriuea in the ticicniyio American as follows ! The tow-path is laid with A single rail, weighing some sixteen pounds to the yard, and fixed on traverses a little more than threo feet apart. The locomotive has four wheels, two of which are placed directly along the axis of the vehicle, one in advance of the other, and the others one at either side. The first pair are directing and the second driving wheels. The directing wheels are grqoved and tit the rail ; the others have rubber tires, which give purchase on the macadamized road, and which press thereon to the extent of 0.07 pounds to the square inch. By means of a simple mechanism, the weight of the machine may be thrown upon either the driving or directing wheels at will. In the form er case the maximum, and in the latter the minimum, of adherence is obtained, to suit the conditions of a loaded or an empty boat. There is but a single road, with rotary engines provided at suitable distances. ji,acn locomotive tows one boat ; and when a meeting takes place of two traveling in opposite directions, the engines change boats and retrace their paths. The locomotives weigh four tons, aud travel about three miles an hour, with full boats, carrying a cargo of one hundred and fifty tons each. This method is doubtless a novel one, but the question naturalfy arises, in what deirree is it better than the common two-track railway, since, though but one rail is used, there is need of a careful grading of the whole road-bed I At Saratoga. Two young ladies were conversing at Saratoga, tne otiier day. and one said that her heart was really broken. Charles Augu tus had proved fickle. " Was ne ncn r asKed tne otner. " No." was tho reply, " but he was so nice. " Well, my dear, was the sonsolatory response, "marry old ti., wno is alter yon, and mend your heart with diamond cement. Chemical analysis fails to find the least trace of adulteration in Dobbins' Electric Sonn (made by Cragin & Co., Phila., Pa. ). For sale everywhere. It is for vour interest to try it. First Ghani) Exposition of the Tradesmen's Industrial Institute. Pittsburgh, Pa., opens Oct. 7. olnses Nov. 6. Address A. J. Nellis, President. Coin. We call attention to tho card of Mess. Bucknalter & Co., bankers aud brokers, 10 v all street, N. Y., whom we are informed are a most reliable firm, and that any bnsiness in trusted to tbem will be promptly executed Tliev are lame dealers iu railroad stocks. bonds, gold and stock privileges, and can give r.h ti.t nr references : ami inev solicit corre spondence with any who may wish investments made in Wall street, bona lor their circular. Com. All who suffer from coughs, colds, bronchitis, croup, whooping cough, and the most to be dreaded of all, consumption, can find sure relief m Dr. tstar s Jialsam of Wild Cherry, which curcB when other reme- dios fail. Fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, largo bottles muoh the cheaper. Com. We would not recommend the frequent or constant uee of any medicine. It is impor tant to titko even a Rood article judicioutly. Pammt' Purgative Pilln aro nafe, prompt aud reliable as a laxative or cathartic. Com. Important to Travelers. I'orsons visiting Now York or leaving by the eais from Grand Central Depot, will save an noyance and expense of carriage hire and bag gage OipionBago by stopping at Grand Union Hotel, oppointo Grand Central Depot. Over .150 elegantly f nrnished rooms and littod up at s. oortt of it'ilnO.nCO. European plan. Guests can live mure luxuriously for lessmonev at the Grand Union that at any other first-class house in Now York. Stages and street cars pats tbe doors for all parts of thecitv. Bee that the hotel yon enter is the Grand Union Hotel. voitu Base ball is undoubtedly good exercise and capital amnsemout, but it oft-n occasions bunged eves, broken sums aud blistered uauus We can tell you that in all such cases, if John HOn't Anodyne i.inivnnt U rexorted to, it will reduce the swelling aud stop tho pam. torn. fSCHF.Nt'K'M I'I'IlHONH! NYHfP, FOR THE t'l'lti: OK CONSUMPTION, t ort; n.s anu coi.d. The great virtue nf thlb medicine la that tt ripens tbe matter and throw tt out of the system, purities the blood, aud thus ctf..ctB a cure. ScuF.svK's Si:a Weed Tonio, for ihk Cera or RlSI'ErSlA, iKDIOEBTION. KtO. The Tonti; produces a healthy action of the stomach. creating an apnetlte. forming chyle, and earing the most ohstlnutu cusoe of ludigee tloa. ScnF.NCK'S MAXmiAKE FILLS, FOB THE CtU.E Or Liveh Complaint, Kto. Those Pills are altomtlre, and produce a healthy action of the liver without tbe least dacger.aa tboy are free from calomel and yet more efficacious in restoring a heultlij' action of the liver. Theip rntnedles am a certain cure for Consumotlon. As Iua Pulmonlu bvruit ripens the matter and puiliiea the hliiuil. Tne M.indrulie Pills aut upon the liver, create a h'altby hile, and remove all diseases of the liver, often a cause of Cousuinpt Ion. The bea Weed Tuulc titea tone and strength to tbe atomacb, makes a Kftod diKtin, und enables tbe organs to form good blood ; btii thus on ales a healthy circulation of healthy blood. Tlie combined action of thusu lubdiclues, as ilius exDl.iintri. nil) cure every cuse of Consumption. If laan In time, and the uae of the mediclnea persevered in. Dr. Rchenck is nrofeeslnaally at his principal office, corner blxth and Arch Mreets, fbllAdelphla. ovei Momlay, Vtbere all letters for aflvloe must be addreaaei buheuck'a medicines for sale by all Druggists. The Markets. NBW VOBX. Beef Oattle-Priuie to Extra Bullocks 12 & 13K Oommou to Gcod Teiana 07M 09ft Milch Cows 06 uu uses 00 Hogs Live 08V.4 H tireeacu muj ii Bbeep Lamba Cotton MnMiluj. . .. .. Flour Extra Wtem ..... . . . . 16 (a) 07 lDJilaJ 1ST, 8 60 5 91 State Extra 6 60 Wheat Efd Wefteru 1 30 Ko. tl Spring 1 24 rtye Plate 93 barley Stale 1 25 Barley Mit 1 60 Data Mia A WriCflrli,.,,. 41 Corn- iiixid A ex torn 70 Hay, per owt. ..... B0 Straw, pec cw. (6 Hope i6s, 13i i -oldi 01 Fork Meat SI 26 to no to 1 10 to I 2 to to 1 2S 1 60 to 62 to 12 to I 10 to 90 to 18 21 26 Lard 1 Wi la Mackerel No. 1, Dew 18 00 ut 20 00 No. 2. new 13 60 14 60 to 6 60 Dry Ood, per ewt Herring, Scaled, per box.... Petroleum Crude teVSoeV Wool California Fleece f 26 6 to 0 Beflned,' 20 to 20 to 46 to 80 to 28 (a) 194, 26 84 63 8T no 2 k 14 Texa " 20 Australian 11 U Batter State 80 Western Dairy 28 neatern Yellow 18 Witern Ordinary 11 Penubylvaula Fine.. 26 Cheeae State Factory.... (8 " Skimmed C2 Wfatern ('8 Eig-Slate it to to to to to to to 11 15 l'l 26 Waeat.. Rye State Oorn Mixed .... Barlty Bute.... Quia State. .. BUFFALO. Flonr Wheat No. 2 Spring Torn Mixed. 1 10 79 l a 61 6 00 1 80 r.6 41 1 16 1 20 0IH to (I to 19 to in to 61 e 76 to I 80 to to u to I 15 to 1 21 Oits Rye Usrley , BALTraoaa Ootlon Low Middlings. Flonr bxtre. . .. . Wheat 1M Weatern.. 8 76 to 16 1 40 to H) li to 80 ii to ii 41 l1 46 Aye... , , Oorn Yellow Oata Mixed Petroleum FHUJUDSLFBU. Flour FeiumylTOBla xtro Wheat Weatern Bed... y. , 6.60 1.U6 .) .18 .u to T OO to 1.40 .. to .14 to 18 to .40 uoru 1 1' now i Mixed Oat -Mixed .40 I rolroleum Crude,.,,., VHtoWX Beflnl, .11 FASHIONS and GOLD COIN Presents! Smith's "Initant Drei Elevator." of all. It i one of th...e styles Hint Is snre to n cose, eppecinlly as it is rpprnpHate nr ii j material, L, requires C Roods to mnk .11 n ?ny other , nit of nllK-a,. y. It h ; Thim;uT flown mo Upper Part of th nulla (wrong- fiuo eutithth"El- Vfttor dim in. von run rain your Hirt i w title thMb fnurt- A.. imrirorcs nir nun rat .. 'fusi form may f eel llicy were never so u.h J '"SJ 1' 'V attired. 'The wafrt Is t'ne reaiilnr U.bllc "hapo s it lili.nr yon ran Repp Wirt trum the Filth. It IjOOTidtlipuklrt In tlmoremk rt 1 a Tasteful nnil Fa- Me of tlin sash, snino, or Hibbon. thiOTiftble Wanner. H drwt m Vie fullness to tar, mufcln the "atralffbt front." I Bavea more lha Ten Times Its Cost. It run bo Inch enodx for ?IT; pilUCril, Willi chRnffrrj from One Dreee ( another. rVlce, 40 rnti fitch. Mailed. eloth model, ttcts. if. STSTi: pattern, wiincintii niouei,uutm. Manea on luceipioi pne--, nn PntiKiTii nnl Cloth Mod Mi of sut'i-ii -in I... v L- V i'UFU nm lltK;LI IT M who nnl $1. Ill to um b one year i subscription i'A X i'lilt N 11 AAA A It." A. BURDETTE SMITH'S ii TTT ii n 7 inn ni FINE ARTS and POLITE Literature. Single Copies 25 Cents. ,uMrrlptlon Price. S a year, post-pal, Im iunr premium of Twe Hollars' worth of patterns free to subscriber. TVe semi our CERTIFICATES f this stnmmt tw-lrt of nilncrli,! (T WO 'f i,fc.!J! IvI.FVATORH will be elvon IN VljACb or " l'uiwr'a wurtb of Patterns, If UeslreilJ. The " MONTHLY "VOIlTI OP FAHItlOlNV'theTcryflnc") moat beautiful, attractive magazine in tin round In this country, and t very person who begins with tak ing It, will NKVEII discontinue It ivlillc It Is published. $4,500.00 in Gold le. ill .ivn OOO.OOIn GOLD COIN to OS persons who sent! lis the largest milliner of subscribers to our " World or 1 aslilon,"at $3 earh, before March 6, 18J0. As follows t To the Cicttor-np of" flie Lantest Club JIIIMMtO In Hold Coin. ii l.arirest Club ... tfoo.00 In Hold Coin, l.anrest Club.... 1 .10.00 In Hold Coin. 4ili Lamest Club.... MO. 00 Iu Hold Coin. Mh l anrest Club ... 120.00 In Hold Com. mil Lanrest Club. .. 110.00 in Hold Coin. th l.anrest Club.... 100.00 In Hold Coin. Hill l.nrui'St (lull ... JS.OO In Hold Coin, lllh l.aruest Club.... tio.00 In Hold Coin. I'llli l.arircst Club ... S.1.00 In Hold Coin, lllh l.urai'Bt ( lull ... 8.1. 00 In Hold Colu. n : .1 i on to the U0 til Larger L'luo. Minfkl n u n m H una OV tTt. a premium for everv subscriber yon sans. n iery . w. r. . e till I HI nf these fiol.l Coin I'rcseilts offers will be found at full lei Bh In h -cpt em ber . iinib-r, besides the names ihhI 1'. Irer iuimr, iiesioes ine mimes mm i-. """ ";;: list iiuicl l:i,l 33.00 in Gold, nccordlnir to our previous oilers. c ,.lt t n,..v ni i. .11 von that we do exactly OS we promise mTln n)-nsnwn is tosend your own subscription fo e.ther of onr Magazines, ill I tl RF ST when yon will get theflrst number am yonrl ertiflcutesof Premiums. AU U 1 1 D JU J 1 wilid, yon ran show, and at once oet'iu getting bubsenbers, or send !ii ceuts for on.' copy. Send Stamp tor Fashion Cata.onue. A. BURDETTE SMITH, P. O. Box 5055. What ite Wanted to Do. Henry Cloy, in 1835, was iuvitud to deliver nu address at a Tennessee county fair. He declined, but yrote as follows: If yon will let me come over among you amili at my ease, like any other farmer, I think it possible I will conio. But if I am to be exhibited, scrutinized and commented upon, like the other beasts of the show, I protest solemnly I will not budge a foot, but remain quietly at home. Kmmmmmmmmmu Not nvi-ry one can he President eW4 Vma9 39 14 but all .'an buy r W j'l IXH.Vr. ti TIPPKO nlPlasleaf'll h" for their chllureu, and B&AhaViByBefl rhorehy lessen their shoe bills Bfcfl K I 39ri tvro-thlrds. asAajsSaiefcsMasBasl Also try Wire Quilled Sole... As tbe several coatings to th. PSraVaVHBVVil AtHntiu (Jab)-, to are a l-alr nf WCffifi A n Jm CAHI.K l-rid.W Willi IJj.t Iflll UootenrShsestothefeet. A suii- jyOyC .) 3fi 1 r prnteot Ion from all the element ?epiTMiy,,rtrj Also try Wire Quilted KoleiMJWBaHI Dcrrv Plnnle by innll, chesu. Send for Price I JJ 1)11. B. PIKKOK. O.Kip j.Ktpers Plnins.Steuben Oo-.N $77 PICK WRICK I1IIARANTKKD to Aaents, M.ile and l''oninle, l-i their own locality. Terms nl O'l'I KIT l'lllCK. Addre-s P. Q, VH.'KKKY 4 COAusinta, Maine. "I;IRST(1RA.II KXPIISTMON nl the I nAPFBMFN s X INnrierniAL iRTi rerK. rittBnnrn. rn. opens wot.. 7, oloses hot, II. A dq rets A .1. .nniii.tn. ne-. i . i. OlHVfip howlTt'lo5(HyinpMiJ (Pi fj tfj UJjll 1 p"ld a"d'wt!l' puy'lmrsf M 1 U IU I'rnfilx. llnilioud Stocks, lionds and 1. l.t hnuL'bt on tluririliM. IntcreM vlv Per ('em. 0'lo.vfd on dupo sits subject to fchht dratts. BI'I'KWAl.TKK 'V .. Itnnliera nml Hi ker-t as. Id Wnll Wireel. ew nrn rruiK w X sight. WIIATlf IT. Smoothing new. Sells at it. Big lndunfmont to Agents. Samples. U.i cents and stump. Agents Wanted. Send tor Cata logue. II. 8. BPKIIIAI. I V l.'U , 1 I Central St.. Boston. HPOKTANT TO CONST.H PTI VES. A snnlleman having been so fortunute as to cure his son of Consumption In Its worst stages, after being given up to die by tbe m st celebrated physicians, de. sires to make known the .Mire (which proves successtul In every case) to those auiicttl wltn Aionma, Kronen!, tls, Coughs, Colds, Consumption, and all alfections of the Throat and l.ungs, and will emid the Recipe, free ot oharge, to all who doMrH it. If thoy will forward their address to DANIKL AUKtt, M Liberty St ,Kew Vork A NEW BOOK BY MARK TWAIN Jnst ready -for CsnTasers. Now then Is the time to p Territory. Don't st p V Hiierlraer.t on cttivr book. Take one yo know wilt nil. rr nipt action will le you choice of lield. anJ (.old a Returns. (Jet on tlw ooarse at once and you wl l win. itu'Jit cou nnthiwt, tKtmihing j'umi-h'd. Kmd lu your names, and tow us you want, or for clronlms ar once. Address AMKKIUAN PUHHSI11NO CO., Hartford, Ot. O f XT Fi O K I'KNTM FOR K VANS' pjjilll w) A.lveritMintt Hand Hook, tne mobt practical treatlM on ttdverilina:, aud cuntalu lng the hfst lists of papers evr publiBhed. AddretM T. C. KVAN.S, AdvorilaiiiK A.ent, J-ii Wafahiutfton Street, Uuamu. ' 'i'herti's n.lllious lu it." Bijoks Kxchaffed. F iniiih all new Want old. Write Name thin paper. Atuerlca-i Bx k Kichanga, N. Y. DONT Yon want to mnVu l.MtUK I'KOKIT Sfliti.g the b v tt i hnli.le ever offered to AiffjUtfc (JUd AsHtit mud to In three honrs. Trv ti. Address. HOUl) A JORKPH, liidlannpolifl, Ind. PRESENT CONFLICT. A new book on th most vital question of the day. Of the must Intense and dnt-p-st in to mi t. Flrot agent noli 3.J. stioond, 17. tblr), to, lirst week, lirat figdnt, 31 second week. Kverybody bujs It. AGENTS WANTED. L.IJSZ aienoy. I. W. Z I EH I. Hit .V- VU., SIS An-li I'liil.iili lniilii, Fa. HOW To Obtain It! tW "Seek anU you And." Circulars contiilnlns all oecesiiury inXuruiutiou will f UD Be vfiBox! be Bent Irco. Address, citosBY&ra., 8-li'J, ST. LOUIS, MO. Mo Ageuu wanted. TIIK KKhT In the World. It l iUes Universal Satlstnctlon. WIIMIKKFI I, Ki'oiiumy. 40 lbs. mora rtread to inn. riuur. CAVEM .1111. K, KIHiM,Ae. One tmt'i savlDKS will hay a oow. NO .(IIIKK MII K BltKAI. Wliltr, l.lKbter. Sneeter. Hlcher. FVKUVHOIIV I'ruUf. II. The IdlHa are all In fove with It. M- I.I.M Like HOT l AKKN. t W bend at once fur Circular to (JKO.F. liAN'TZ cV '., I7U Dunne Kt.. New Vork. 01Un17TWfl iwnrtered eaonomlcal and heall hy. by DiU.UXa.ll. SJ usI'ialbeCommoo Seure Seffar Hui. de Ten Holder, ffi.r 2or, I'J uialL Aleent wantfcd J. M I1AKUNKR CO.. F. O. Box ft.MH. Nw York. OOK Af,KTS WASTED BiBACKSHEESH op Mfe and Adventures In the OHei.. By I'hue. . Knox. Itrevesuuie w onutrs. mar V4?U, and Mytttriet of the Land of the Hieing Sun, sad portniys life ss Itraslly tln the old sua Hltpy xet It tellt what the Author saw, beard, and did, in such Inimitable it vie, that every one laugh in )ite of binuvlf at it- genuine humor and iuu. It i Live, Racy, Spicy, bnmfull of giod tiling, nd yet so ' meaty " that ttOO College Prendmti, i roreteorg. Governor, fir., 'pronounce U " irrtnttilAe." Sunt CAM retist iU -0 Illustration a, mostly extuted in Europe at s coat of $'0.(iio. To VOl. n-ader, and every wide-awake pernon, It affords a splendid rhance to earn It lti FAY. On It thud; 70U pnrn, HM $u, erb MumI rations. To lire Apfiit, for rAe prrKtit, the (tutBt i I -. Larpe Pamphhts. &peein.n Page and Tcrmi. free to all. Addreta, AGENTS WANTKniift selling book ster published, bend fur olroulaia and our extra terms to Ag-enta. ..... n NATIONAL PUBUHHINO lf..Phllrlelplila Pa. DEAN OIII.I.KIiK. HIiidbHitiloii. N. V. In erery respeot a nrat-cUs. Boarding noboiil for Tounr Ladlea. 3IKI P' I loll, g- Year, inoludiug good POarO. I UlHOll IU r.'IBll.u. . iwuuu, lano, Organ, Ouitar, VuoalMjuJloI)rawlug ajnjlng. waif mkU. TUH U'lrwT. Iha heat tttrawbeny. 811 I ViiJ I Mllllona of trea and flanla Pomnea Mui.rr, md for Clroalai. WM.fAKUII.iaiinaniiuaun.CT, &Ol per Week Molitry M ala or Female. Olrou. tPfJV la at Ires. A4ilr.M Crystal t)o.,ludlaaauolls,lud 3" -v . J draped loiorinu vi.iy .- which may be or ino Requires ll yards of .7- entire sun. ro. n ., emm muM.-i, ivib, a -.. J o. of underskirt, JSSTf-'fi the In fin m, Smith's Illustrated Pattern Bazaar Sample Copy. S3 Cents. Subscription Pilee, fl.10 a year, post-paid. . One Dollar's worth of Patterns given to each sub scriber l i ce as premium. Coin to Give Away! We will erlve W3.BOO.OO In COLD COIN to 133 pcrsonswho senrt nsthe larceet nnmlicr of subscribers to our " Baiaar," at $1.10 each, before .March 1, 1S70. As follows i To the Ciettrr-up of the Larirest Club JKOO.OO In Hold Coin. 2d Largest Club.... 00.00 In Hold Coin. ild l.arirest Club.... 100.00 In Hold Cnln 4th l,sr!t, Club bill l.arpi't Club ... 01 h Lamest Clnh... 7th Lamest Club..'. Hlh Lamest Club... 0th Lamest Club,.. lOlh Lamest Club... 1JS.00 lu inM Coin. 100.00 I u Hold Coin. 7.1.00 In Hold Coin. AO.OO In Hold Coin. "5.00 In Hold Coin. 5.1.00 In Hold Coin. 21.00 In Hold Coin. 11th Lamest Club... 26.00 lu Hold coin. and so on to the 133d largest Club. o. aaaross ei i ii j P"r"" ,"", ; 0 1 4 Broadway, New-York City. j This new truss Is worn with perfcot comfort night and day. A flap-e Itself to every motion tt the body, retaining Bm I tore under the harder t lnrolse or severest strain netll permanently ooied. Sold cheap by tbe Elastic Truss Co. Ms. 083 llrondway, ft. Y. City, and sent by mall. Call or send for Circular, and be oored N. V. N. TJ.-No. 89 ti C?f adayathrme. Samples worth J1 sens 90 10 free NT IN SON 4 CO.. Pfirtl-d, Me. NEW YORK TRIBUNE. The Leading American Newspaper. TIIK BENT AVKKTIIN ftlhltir.tl. Daily, $10 a year. Semi-Weekly, $3. Weekly, $2 Pnntarit Frrt to th Buhnrrtbtr, Specimen Copies and Advertising Rates Kree. Weekly, lu clnbsof ROnrmore, only SJ. postage paid. Address THE TmprNF. N. Y. TJ1TKWY FAMILY WANTS IT. Mnnev in It U Sold bv Ageuta. Address M. N. I.OVKI.U Krlo.Pa PENNSYLVANIA .lllllnr Arnrlcniv, t heater, Pn. Opens Kept. Slh. Civil Engineering, Ihe Classics, Knallsh end Military Art thoroughly tnnght. l-'or circulars apply to COL. T H KO 1 1 YATT. President. FT T A CTT TNI HiioaiiwaT, Now Yo:k, . . 11 Hi 1 e msnufaeturer of Roi.m (IciLD JRWKI.KYof every dos. rlpllon Thstoi.klsli.n.e.verjp choice, and IsonVrrd at etall it trude prices r aeop our workmen going. Hills tinder Ii 1 .1. P.O. ord r in advttnoe Over S lo. CO D. privilege to examine. Catalogue free. djt C "rTJT T? KIH K and big pay to CPO niai'l I JJIJ males and fcnial.s every where. Address THE Union l'rp. ('o., Newjirk, N. .1. COME AND SEE Thfi Rich Pralrtiir.. Nvar one million ncrn for salt on the Slnnx City nrt St. Paul R. R. end on the MoUiegor and Missouri Kiver R. H. Kevenil lfirce tracts tor Colonies. Coma or send onniTuit'tM) to examine. Kveiy one who Bes the land likes It. A nnly to $250 tr; A :IO'TM AifHnts wnid fVFry iere. liusinVMi honnraMit ana nrw akh. l'art1Miiar Pnt tr. aaareea KTH I JO., ht. lionl. wn. OPIUM ! and .Morphine llnltll absolutely and Send stunm for purttcnlars. lr. UAHI ton, I S7 Washinjettm iSt.,ChtenKo, 111. $10s$25rHd,fii Bend for 0nrnmoOiilat73C ;i!rriiu!i'n S'Kh. .(jflto. .if WANTED--' friNTM roil TIIK 'i-Dlllna I'ttie I'uclc fi In th world. II coil lalns l.i hhneta raDer H KnTelotma. floideD feu. Pnn liohlur. Pencil, l'atplit Yard Measuiv.and a Piece of Jewelry, rlinale I'ackaae, with elnaol Prlr.e, post-imld, if. cenla. IMrcular free. BlilDK i (JO., 7 Broadway, Ns York. VTANTKI AfJF.NTM. Samn' and ,ifiif fr.t T JUtttr than Qal.l. A. OdIJI.I'Kil Jr gQ .OUlui.go. CIO n day at home. Aa-ente wanted. Outfit aud tm- "free. Address THUK UU., Aiiusla, MkIo. OPIUICME Tbe raoet eucueoitrn remedy A tlie pr- ent day.Kend for P Derna Ottlum Kiit Isi M 04 USA 1 Drrwin W.. "... : O-' -'! to me ... Mm fKIA 8 T I 0 J Toleunln IIedlrfu wlilrh t!oiivtilne tb System by tbelr violent Cathrtlo sotion, mast not be taken for Cons tl put Ion. The mild, soothing aud pain lest operation of Tarrau'H S,ltzor Apprlent Is exactly wbat Is required, and will speedily cure tb moat ohronlo oa-vs. ISOLD BY AM nKUGfilHTS. DOUBLE YOUR TRADE Drmrfclsta. Grocers K.nd Dealers mv (hina and Japan Hits, in sealed p&ckaMes, tcrtir-top rum, boxes, or ball Cbf-ats Grntrtrr prirtn. K lid for iiUtsullir. TUE M'EI.LI Tea Company. HO I Vnl p St.,N.Y.t P.O. Boi 4. '?,(. Wisconsin Central Mroai Lanls. FxeMllent Firm! at low nrlflea and nn .... Inmii. Snre Crops Good Water Uealt!i Climate No Graaa hoppers No severe wind. No rat.aridt. dlaeaaea neiore irolDa; elsewhere send post card aaklng lor pamphleta. niapa, eic, to (JUAH. 1.. COI.BY, Land (Jommtesloner, vi u. Lu. k. tt. t;o.. aiuwauaee, wia. Plenty e Timber on alt th"t Lattdt. A MUN'l'li aud KXPhNNKH to all. ArtlcleiJ new. staple aa Hour. Kamploa free. C. lNJ INtiTON, NK.W YIIHK or tlltrOAOO. i 50 Finely 1'rliitrd Hrlntot VUlllnv ('HrUaaani p-st-paid fur cim. bend tamp for euuulfH of (laea I'arda, iflttrble. pMutA linkf htoII, llu. in a k MAC e n ivr uvtir lOU styles. H f-t'It.Flt t A t'o Hrfkton. Mass. IVCRV BOOK ACENT 1 the land shcwM as euo suoa ior circular , ana lass aou of our asw wora arabistan OR, THE LANO OF THE ARABIAN NIPHTS, Bv COL. WM.PrftRY FOCQ. with an INTUODI 0TIUN It BAYARD 1AVLOR. Theawss faicvuUmif buuk of travel .utililii-il. 'Auknto Wahtid Kvkkt- tiaaa. jOObeautUul illuau-aiiuiia. Tiun il pajjer. Elegauily uDd. Price low to tneol ihetimca. IT EXCELB ALL. UTFIT FRCB hai wMk. Wriia for IiiSV! bnui OUTFI timed VAr rgu trruia. to QtMtreat Otlioa. Dt'STlH, blLMAN CU., liartjord, Ct. taicao, or Cineinna,, Q. EniCIHK EKMIERFD USELESS! ol.Ta'it;LtlTHoBxLTaBd - Baud, are iudoraed by the most eminent physician, la the world for thecureuf rheu matism, ueuraluia.livercom. plaint, dysra psla. kidney dla eaHe,aolfs. pains, uervuusdis ordora,ftts(ffuiale couiplaiuta . nurvmi. anil DUn...l ul.ili.u and other clironie wieeaeea ol J therhest.heatl.llTer.stoniach kidney. and blood. Uoukwitb Till particulars free by Volt liaLT t o., l iuiluuatl, I i' lu. IS .LIFE.