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FARM, UAIIDEN ASD HOUSEHOLD.
Hints, About Meat. Popper is a vroventiYfl of docay, in a degree ; it is well, therefore, to pepper hung joints. Powdered charcoal in still more re markable in its effect. It will not only keep the moat over which it is "prinkled good, but will remove the taint from already decayed flesh. A piece of charcoal boiled in the water with " high " meat or fowls, will render it or them quite sweet. A piece of char coal, or powdered charcoal, nhould be kept in every larder. Hum, after being smoked, may be kept for any length of time packed in powdered charcoal. Meat should be wiped with a dry clean cloth as soon as it comes frcm the butcher's j fly-blowa, if fonnd in it, cut out, and in loius the long pipe that runs by the bono should bo taken out, as it soon taints ; the kernels, also, should be removed from beef. Never receive bruised joints. Moat will keep good for a long time in cold weather, nnd, if frozen through, may be kept for months. Frozen meat must be thawed before it is cooked by plunging it into cold water, or placing it ueloro the tire beforo setting it down to roast. It will never be dressed, through if this precaution is not taken not even when twico cooked. The leg of mutton is the most profit able joint, containing more solid meat. The neck is an extravagant joint, half the weight consisting of bone and fat, The shoulder has also much waste iu bone. The breast, does well for kitchen d in er, nicely (stuffed : it is much cheap cr than other joiuts. Sirloins and ribs of beef are very extravagant joints, from the weight of bone. The roasting side of the round part of the buttock, and the part called the " top-side," are the most profitable for family eating. The mouse buttock is used for stewing ; shin is used for soup or stowing. The usual quantity of butcher's meat consumed iu a family is on an average, three-quarters of a ponud a clay for each person ; but when the family consists of ladies and children, half a pound per day is about tno quantity consumed one with another, independent of hams, bacon, poultry, fish and game. Housekeeper. To Destroy Wild Oats. A correspondent of the Farmers' Advo cate (Canada) writes as follows as to the nest methods of destroying wild oats. He says : I do not agree with the nlan of a naked fallow to destroy them, as I consider, if done merely to destroy the oats, it iuvolves the loss of a crop with out any necessity for it, for in my expe rience they will not grow in a naked fallow to any extent, only in a very wet season. A good deal can be done in ike way of destroying them by putting in roots, but the plan I most approve of is this : As soon as the crop is off and the field clear take a gang-plow or culti vator and stir the land as lightly as pos sible, for if buried too deep they will not grow until again brought to the surface, even a good heavy sharp pair of harrows will answer the purpose very well. The grain in the surface being thus covered, will commence to grow as soon as the weather becomes a little damp, so as to moisten the land. Let it stand as long as convenient without plowing, in order that every grain may sprout, then turn under and let lie until spring ; this is crop No. 1 gone. Iu tho spring culti vate and harrow again, as early as possi ble, iu order to start the seed brought too near tho surface by the fall plowing, and which has lain buried from tho pre vious year. Haviug done this, let tho oats prrow till tho twentieth or twenty fourth of May; then plow under and sow at onco with barley or buck wheat. This is two crops destroyed, aud a good chance to catch some more, should any be loft. By the rapid growth of the grain sown, if the land is not in proper order for barley or buckwheat, peas or corn sown together, and cut green for feed, are a very good substi tute. In this way no crop is lost, and if followed up it cannot fail to be success ful. Care should be taken with the manure to turn after, and have it well heated before taken off the field, other wise many oats, to say nothing of other grains and seeds of noxious plants, will in this way be spread over the land. Farm Notes and Hints. Put your money where it will do tho most good into your best land close at home in such a way that it will yield an iucorno. If you invest $50 in a weather cock on your barn it may gratify your self and tho passers-by, but will not add much to your income. A horse that earns nothing costs 150 a jear at least, aud this is the interest on Si, 500 capital. Expensive dwellings and furniture are not good investments of capital. An acre of asparagus or strawberries, established and maintained at an annual cost, including rent for the land, of S200 an acre and yielding an income of 100, gives 6,200 per cent, per annum, and beats out of sight the promises even of railroads and coal companies; yet if you are not yourself doing this, some of your neighbors are, and more too. If, by spending $1,000 in drainage and other productive improvements, the farmer permanently increases the income of his field only sixty dollars a year, it is a good investment, and he need not look anxiously every morning in the daily paper to ascertain whether it is lost or not. In annual crops, like market truck, if the use of $100 worth of extra ma nure will raise $106 worth of extra pro duce, it is a fair business transaction; as good as the savings bank, but a market gardener expects and often realizes six times six per cent, on such an investment- Potash la Wheat. Why is it, says the Practical Farmer, when growing wheat or rye is being struck with rust, that a little plot here and there where stumps, logs or brush have bpen burned to ashes, will be bright and free from the attack of rust ? Because the growing plants employ potash and silica not only to give stiffness and rigidity to the straw, but to form, as it were, a glassy coat of mail over the sur face of every leaf, glome and straw, to fortify the tender and delicate parts against the attacks of spores that are floating in the atmosphere. We all know how readily substances in the atmosphere are turned away when they come in contact with a glassy surface. Potash and sand are the essentia ele ments of glass. The roots of growing plants have the power to employ the sharpest sand and potash to form a thin, elastic, glossy covering, which is spread over the surface to exclude moisture and to repel any attacks of fungus. Vegetables do not generally form as large a part of the ordinary subsistence of an American as they should. Whether cooked alone, or jointly with the cheaper pieces of meat in the form of a ragout, they will always serve aa a substantial means of nutrition and tend to diminish the cost of household consumption. A WOSDERFUL OrERATIOX. tlow ithe Cincinnati Ilea U Taken In and Done For-Whnt a Visitor Saw. By the improved processes of slaugh tering, within the briof space of two and a half minutes a hog loses his place in the world as a portion of the vitalized creation and becomes so ranch bacon, so many spare-ribs and suoh a quantity of lard. As the process involves the per sonality of the hog to some extent, we will begin withhim in his living, broath ing form, lie is contained iu an im mense pen on tlio grouud floor of the building, aud there aro a good many of him, say live or six hundred at a time. The porcine grunters having had their doom duly sealed, spoken their " hist words," and tearfully handed around among their ailing and spared compan ions a few locks of bristles and memen toes, are driven up a gangway to tho slaughter pen, where an able-bodied colored gentleman claps a chain around their hind legR, one at a time, and the pres xire of a f team lever jerks the strug gling aud loudly squealing pig int j the air. He is now Biinpended on a hori zontal bar about thirty feet long. The chain by which ho is suspended slides along the bar, and beforo ho fairly com prehends the situation another man, gory to his very armpits, plunges a knife into his throat, and taps the life current. He squeals and kicks about half a second, and before the "vital spark has fled " has beside him a former comrade of the pen, who has met with the same misfortune, and, with him, is on the way to meet his Gadarene ances tors. There is a constant line of stuck hogs passing down this elevated bar, and when they get to the end of it they are dead, aud are plumped into an enormous tank of boiling water. The great per sonal pride of a pig-sticker is to have very little if any squealing on the part of a hog after he introduces his knife into'his jugular. The hogs take their post morten warm bath, into which they are plunged from the iron rod, eight and ten at a time, aud, by means of a revolving iron skid operated by steam at one end of the tank, are thrown out singly upon a large wooden table, on which they are scraped by twclvo or fifteen men. They start in rough, dingy and dirty at one end of the table, and reach the other end aa clean and white as may be. At the far end of the table one cuts off the head, another flops the bloodless trunk over to the gai!g below, who "gut" him, hang him up and cool him off with a stream of water. The beheading process is new here, I believe, and comes from acepha lous Chicago. It is claimed that by cut ting off the head the hog is more speed ily cooled, aud that the tonguo and head pieces aro got at a day in advance of the old method. The hams are also "faced" and the iuside fat taken out while the hog is still -warm, instead of waiting foi it to cool as formerly, aud the iunova tion is said to be very advantageous. When the heads have been cut off, the entrails and fatty substance taken out and the hams dressed, tho cleaned hogs are hung on runways between the joist of tho drying-room and run iuto that de partment to cool. Nearly all the houses on tho avenue will "hang " about 3,500 hogs on the floor. In this room, when tho hogs are sufficiently cool, they are cut up into all tho various forms of pork hams, shoulders, middles, etc.. and the men who do the cutting use their knives nnd saws with the skill and pre cision of anatomists, cleaning a bone when it is to be thrown away so perfect ly that a hungry dog would pass it by in disgust. Since the adoption of the new method of takiug off the heads and " facing " tho hams in the killing-room, the cutters worn very fast and to much better advantage. To cut up a thousand hogs is now considered only a fair day's work for one man, and in tho busy sea son even more than that amount of work is exacted, au oi tne nouses are sup plied witn nugo iron vats extending from tho killing-room to the floor below, in which the fatty portions of the hog are oouea or steameu into lard. An im provement known as " Caldwell's man- bead," has recently been made to these vats. It is a manhead iu the center of the bottom of the tank instead of at the side as in the old tanks, and its utility is mat wuen me cooaing process is com plete it is opened and tho "chowder' or " slush," as the refuse of the lard is called, drops out at once. The old tanks had to cool so as to allow a man to go iuto them and shovel out the " chow- dor, and that generally required two or three hours. When the lard is " done " it is pumped into an elevated galvanized receiver called a " zigzag," some thirty by twelve feet square, and traversed by gutters aggregating in length nearly four hundred feet. The lard having passed through these gutters passes through a long pipe to another receiver, from which it is drawn into the tierces in wnichit finds its way to market. The bristles go to tho brush factory or mattress-maker ; tho brains becomo " head cheese," the feet are sold at the restaur ant as " Irish quail," and tho blood flows into a big wooden vessel directly under the killer, is warmed by steam pipes until it congeals into a sort of jelly, and is then readily sold as a fertilizer. A Sudden Death. The Baltimore San says that the body of Israel P. Cross was found iu a stand ing position iu an alley at the rear of his house in that city. The discovery was made at 7:30 a. m. by a boy, who com municated the fact to his lauiily. Mrs. Crosj was shocked upon opening the gate leading from the yard to the alley to find the dead body of her husband rest ing on it. The head and arms were sup ported by tho top rail of the gate, aud tho trunk of the body was partly leaning against an opposite fence, the a'ley be ing only two feet wide. The logs were firm and chiefly supported the weight of the body. The burial certificate gives intemperance and heart disease as the causes of death. Mrs. Cross states that her husband had been addicted to immoderate drinking. She states that he was intoxicated the afternoon before, and being unable to sleep, sent for an ounce of laudanum, which he drank en tirely. This did not bring on the de sired repose, and he went out and was not seen by hia family until found dead. He was seen on tho street about nine o'clock, and was uuable to walk. The alley was the only means of ingress to his residence at a late hour, and it is supposed he camo home late, and that death resulted while endeavoring to enter the premises. An ounce vial, two thirds full of laudanum, was found in hia pooket, and, as it was carefully wrapped in white paper,, it is supposed that none of the contents had been used. He leaves a wife and two young children. The coinage of the new United States trade dollar in silver from July, 1873, to June, 1875, amounted to $9,280,400, while the entire coinage of thg old silver dollar, from the organizatio9of the mint in 1793 until the appearance of ita suc cessor, was only $8,045,838. 8CMMART OF NEWS. Item ef Interest Irons Home Bad Abrwsxli The London Pall Ms.ll Gazette, In a leading article, says " The English aoonpation of Egypt la only a question of time, aa that stop la neoeneary for the preservation of onr Indian empire." A severe shook of earth quake is reported at Fort Yuma, on lbs Colo rado river, California A party of bandita assembled In Ban Juan del Norte, Nicaragua, and after firing on and wounding the governor demanded bis resignation, which was given and the government placed in the bands of the English viee-conmil. Tiro Amcrii-Hii and one English war vessels are iu the barber to protoct citizens of thoae oonntrioa The town of Iquique, I'oru, was almoet entirely de stroyed by fire October 7th. The town waa built entirely of wood, even the sidewalk", and the flames lapped np everything with the ut most rapidity. All tho finest buildings were destroyed. The loss is put at 5,000,000, on which there is no insurance. Many familios are bousoless aud destitute. Aid waa sent from Lima and other towns The First National bank of Fittston, Funn., was robbed of f 40,000 iu bonds and currenoy. The rob bers out a bole In the roof and lot thomsolvce, by ropes. Into the vault, where they blow open two spherical safes. Vim. McKee, of the Ht. Louis Globe-lemo-crat, and ex-Collector Mngtiire, of '8t. Lonin, have had true bills of indictment fonnd against them for complicity in the whisky frauds. They wore put under $5,000 aud $10,000 bonds respectively David ltobiuson, residing near Kokomo, Iud., shot at bis wife and oldest boy, unsuccessfully, then cut the throat of bis daughter as ebe lay iu bed, took the life of a young son in the same manner, aud mount ing a horse fled. Ilia dead body waa subse quently found a mile off, and it is supposed be committed suicide Tho Louisiana State funding board has adopted the following rule : " That when bonds are presented for funding, with caupon detached, new bonds will be issued with the corresponding coupons de tached aud canceled, as in the case of pay ment." The London Pall Mall Gazelle is authorized to state that the admiralty's fugitive slave circular wiU be withdrawn and new in structions be issued .... Frussia has asked Aue tiia to prevout Bishop Fooister, while residing iu the Anstriau portion of hia diocese, from exercising any episcopal function touching the Prussian portion The direct cable has been successfully recovered, the break re paired, and cable rates will be reduoed by the old company The Gorman arsenal at Hendsburg, Holstein, was destroyed by. an ox plosion. Lors, 5,000,000 marks. The counsel in the $ 17,000 treasury burglary having questioned the legality of tho grand jury, the question was brought up on a tost case, and tho legality of the jury assured The Vatican has i-ont a note to iladiid which expresses approval of Cardinal Pimooui's con duct regarding the circular. The note insists upon tho execution of the concordat; rofuses to rr cognize the royal placet ; attributes the civil war to religious tolerances, and demands that the bishop of Urgcl be tried by ecclesias tical judges and not by an ordinary tribunal. The inhabitants of Kaka, on tho White Nde, have revolted aud defeated the Egyptian troops, killing one hundred of them. The government has dispatched re-enforcements thither Tho eastern division of the St. Joseph and Denver railroad was sold by the Mastor in Chancery, of Kansas, to the bond holders' committee for $100,000 United States troops caught a baud of cut-throats aud horse thieves on the Swoet Water river, Indian Territory. The band had fifty (stolen niulos. A fast train from Now York to Wasti- Ingtou ia being arranged The Atlanta Constitution's exploring party have left Ilomer villo, Ga., for Okefenokee swamp. The party numbers twenty-two. aud aro fully equipped. Prof. Little, the State geologist, accompanies the expedition Charles O'Conor is ex pected to conduct the proseoutions o gainst tho Brooklyn. (N. Y.) ring President Grant has pardoned Mautou Hoard and Robert A. Fierson, formerly toller and cashier of the Rhode Island national bank of Providence, who were sentenced three years ago to nine years' imprisonment for embezzling ?220,000. The amounts involved iu accounts audited and accounts Bottled by the second auditor of the treasury ia the last year waa $27,5C3,257. As a freight traiu of forty cars on the Rensselaer aud Saratoga raihoad was ascend ing a heavy grade noer Whitehall, N. Y., a portion of the train broke looeo, aud shortly after collided with the balance, throwing six teen cars down an ombankmout, and complete ly wrecking them, together with their con tents. No one seriously injured On and after the first of January, France will levy "sea postage'' on all letters from this country, which will make the cost of sending a letter fourteen cents, while to other parts of Europe the cost will remain at five cents .... The discov ery of a quautity of . arsenic in a wolltt Leeds, Me., created considerable excitement, and re sulted in the arrest of a neighbor who had bought some of tho poison a few days previ ous. Fortunately tho arsenio was discovered before any of the water had been used Henry A. Mann, treasurer of Saratoga county, N. Y., is a defaulter of over $ 140,000, extend ing over a period of fifteen years Several cadets have been dismissed from the naval academy for hazing Bomo vandals en tered. Oak Hill cemetery, Woodsccket, R. I., and throw down and broke about eighty marble monuments, headstones, etc No motive is assigned for the outrage Tho Princo of Wales has arrived at Bombay, India, iu the irou-clad Serapis An earthquake shock is reported from San Bcniro county, California. The aggros-ale amount of business trans acted at the Boeton sub-treasury during the pait fiscal year, figures up 4'J7,9G5,28l, of which tl5,7(39,3fS wero from custom. The New York sub-trouaury transacted 4703,000,000, of which tho receipts from customs amount to 111,000,000 The central government for Alsace-Lorraine will bo established at Berlin. Probably a special ministry will be created for these provinces Intelligence from Peuaog, Malaya, announces that the Malayans are be seiging the British residency at Ferak. The Sultau Ismail is collecting a oousiderable force for the purpoBO of attempting to expel the British from the country The Khedive of Egypt hat) applied ofHcialloto England for two financiers to undertake Egyptian finances, promising the fullest information to the great powers A $5 counterfeit national bank note, purporting to be issued by tho First Na tional bank of Galena, 111., has been discov ered. There is no suoh bauk in existence. . . . The commissioner of internal revenue says that if cigars are packed in boxes made wholly of tin, and have the manufacturer's name and number of cigars, the district and State stamped iuto the tin with a die, in suoh a man ner that they -will remain permanently and legally impressed thereon, the cigars should not be seized Andrew O'Connell, a young man who bad been suffering from delirium tremens, threw himself in front of a railway train at Caibondale, Pa., and waa instantly crushed to death...... The complete vote of Massachusetts, at the late election, was as fol low : Gaston, 78,216 i Rioe, 83,523 ; Baker, 8,965 ; Adams, 1,771 ; Phiilips, 301. The total vote was 172,809, and doe's plurality over Gaston was 5,277 The total vote of Iowa, in the late election, was 919,821 the largest ever polled in the State The steamship Paelfle sailed from Victoria for Ban Francisco with over one hundred souls on board, and was lost with all on board with the exception of one man, who was picked up after having floated about on the pilot-house for two days and nights. He waa too much exhausted to give any account of the disaster... .The losses by the Whitehall (N. Y.) fire were 50,000. Miss Isabella P. Keene, aged twenty-four years, accidentally shot bersolf at her father's residence, in Buffalo. It is supposed she waa shooting rata and a ball robonnded from a brick wall, entering bor head, aud killing her Instantly Later aminnts from the Pacific disaster place tho number of lives lost at two bundrod. The impression it general among sailing men that the steamer struck a rock. The stoamer City of Waco, anohored outside of Galveston after a successful trip from New York, only awaiting daylight to steam iip to the city. About one o'clock she was discovered to be on fire, and the passen gers and crew took to the boats ( but as the aoa was running high and the wind brisk, they were unable to land, and were driven down the ooast. A tugboat was sent after them in the morning, but had not found any trace of thorn at the time of this dispatch. Tho Waco, valued at $150,000, was buruod to the water's edge, and sunk. Her cargo was worth $100, 000 Tiie brig J. W. Sponoer, of Boston, aud tho the Toronto, together with the schoon ers Mosea Fatten, Nettie Chase aud Serene, are all supposed to bae been lost in the hurri cane which raged in the Gulf of Mexioo at the time Galveston was inundated, as they have not been heard of vince The London Timet has a special telegram from Penang, Malaya, which says that all this side of the Mitlay peninsula is groatly excited. A general outbreak is feared. Hong Kong has been tele graphed to for troops. One man-of-war, two ljuuboats, and about four huudred troops are now at Ttrak. He was Angry. "Conductah," sim pered, a lady on an out-going . train. " will yeou be so keind as to bwing me a gieass or watuan r me polite con ductor thereupon marched to the water tank, detached tho German-silver mug from its long, clanking chain, nnd re turning with it filled to the brim obsequi ously proffered it to the fair traveler. She took it with a smile; she bowed ana stuck it under the nose of a musty looking poodle-dog on her lap, who quietly lapped up the liquid refresh ment. If every one of our readers would try uouuma .Electric soap (Uragin tr. (Jo., Phila'delphia) they would, like us, be come firm believers in its wonderful merit. Have your grocer order it. Burnett's Coeonine is the best choapest hair dressing in the world. nn'd Poverty is bad, 'but the' worst kind of poverty is poverty of the blood ; this makes man " poor indeed," for it takes away his strength, courage and energy ; but enrich the Hood with its vital element, iron, by takiug tho Peruvian Syrup (a protoxide of iron), aud yu will feel rich and " as good as anybody." Try it. Com. A case of chronic rheumatism of un usual severity, cured by Johnson's Anodyne j.immeitt, is noticed ty one or our exchanges. A large buuch came out upon the broast of the sufferer, and appeared like part of the breast bono. Used internally and cxtornally. Coin. Important to Travelers. Persons visiting New York or leaving by the cars irom urtuia neutral uepoc, win savo an noyance aud expense of carriage hire and hag gage oxpressage by stopping at Grand Union Hotel, opposite Grand Central Depot. Over 350 elegantly furnished rooms and litted up at a cost of 1900,1.00. European plan. Guests cau live more luxuriously for less monov at the Gi-nnd Union that at any ot her first-class house in New York. Stages and street cars pass tho doors for all parts of the oitv . Bee that the hotel you enter is the Grand Uuion Hotel. Com. The sweetest word in our language is health. At the first indication of disease, use well-known aud approved remedies. For dvg- pepsia or indigestion, use Parsons' Purgalice Pills. For coughs, colds, tore or lame stom ach, use Johnsons Anodyne. Liimntnl. Com. Ht'IIENCK'H PULMONIC KVHUP, I'OK TUG ITItE OF CONSUMPTION, foiling AM) COI.DS. Ths great Tlrtae of this inedlclne U that it rlpenl the matter and throws It out of the system, pnrltios the blood, and thus efTeota l cure. Scujisca'a Ska Wfed Tonic, fob th Oubk Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Etc. or The Tonlo produces a healthy acUon of the stomach, creatine an appetite, forming chyle, and carina the most obstinate oues of indigestion, ScnENCE's Mandrake Pills, fob the Cure or Lives Complaint, Etc. These PUls are alterative, and produce a healthy action ef tho Uver wlthoat the least danger, as they are free from calomel and yet more efficacious In rati tor tug a healthy aotlon of the Uver. . These remedial are a certain care for Consumption. ..s the Pulmoulo Syrup ripeu the matter and purines the blood. The Mandrake PUls aot upon the liver, create a healthy bile, and remove all disease of the Uver, often a oanse of Consumption. The Sua Weed Tonic gives tone and strength t4 tho stomach, makes a good digestion, and enables the organs to form good blnod ; and thus creates a hoallh circulation of healthy blood. The comhloed action of these medicines, as thus explained, will cure every case of Consumption, If taken lu time, and the use of the medicines perseveted iu Dr. Sehenck is professionally at his principal office, corner of Wiilh nnd Arch Streets, Philadelphia, every M '.nday, where all letters for advice most he addressed, tfuheavrk's medlclues tor sale by alt Druggists. The Market?, RXW IOBE. Beef Cattle Prime to Extra Bollocka 09X9 II Oommou to Good Texauc 17 6 lu Milch Cows... 30 00 175 00 Bugs Live 17 Vc-4 CT U roc sod U9,a) 10' Bheop , 04) u) 0ft Lambs 06 (a) 07V Cotton MldrtJiUf!.. 131s;a) IS1. Hour Extra Weateru 6 71 la) fl lu State Extra 6 65 (4 00 Wheat Red Weateiu I 46 i 1 IS No. S Spring 1 31 la) 1 BU Rye state. 9,1 (at 03 llarlcy Mtate 10 0 1 10 llariey Malt 1 45 14 1 44 Oats Mixed Western 47 9 nl CJorn Mixed Western 74 u 7? Hay, per ewt (5 4 1 It Htraw, per owt 6u let OS Hops VJa 12-8 -olds 'I 18 Perk Mess S3 74 $23 75 Lard Vim U Fiah Mackerel No. 1, new 98 0U e 00 " No. 1, new II 60 ai8 OiJ Dry Cod, per cwt 6 10 u 6 76 Herring, Scaled, par box: tl . U Petrolenm Orudo ...f'X Rnued, le'.' Wool California fleece 5fl j 81 Texas " 18 4 83 Australian " 48 it 45 Butter State 34 14 1)6 Western Dairy ill (4 84 Western Yellow 8 lA 31 Waetern Ordinary II A 16 Peaney'.vania Fins 80 () 83 V Cheese fatat 0 F'actory..... 13.6 14 " Skimmed... OS iA 16 Western 08 (A 18 Fggs Steto 80 144 ill ALBANI. Wheat 1 41 I 60 Rye tit ate , 9) 14 90 Corn Mixed ... 78 76 liar ley 1st ate. ... ......... ...... 8. fe 8.1 Oats State i ii BUFF AM. Floor '. (61 S 00 . Wheat No. 1 SprLug I 33 ttt I 3i Corn Mixed fl w H Gate , all 14 48 , Rye 13 4 73 Kariey. 1 14 1 14 - BALTIMOBI. Cotton Ixw Middlings 15'g 4 liu Flour Extra 8 76 is) 8 76 Wheat bed Western I 88 1 40 Rye f j 80 Corn Yellow , . 10 if) U Oats Mixed '. 41 u) 43 Petroleum ,,..,......... OiUM 06X - FBILADILfHIA rioor Penn.ylvrjis Extra 6 8) 1 00 ' Wheat Western lied It le) 1 a . Kya...'. ...m. ..........e 76 e) 76 Corn Yellow 76 let 7 Mixed 74 74 Osts Mixed 89 it) 4i fetreltBU Grade. lJM10 UaJueO, U French Courtship. In Franco the parents of the interest ed ones first consider the matter of their m arris go. "Look, monsieur," says mamma, "here is my daughter, and all her graces and accomplishments, and her good heart ; and here, also, is the dower I will give with her." "And here, raadame, says monsieur, who is very likely her neighbor or mend, " here is mv son. and his probable in heritance ; hiseducationhasbeonwhatyou know ; his profession nnd talent, what you know, also ; as to his amiability you shall judge, for I'll give yon every opportunity of observing ; and more over, when he marries, 1 11 give the boy so ana so." uue youngsters meet and, unless they are very difficult to suit, are obliging enough to furthei their parents' plan. And here, on my word, I believe them more dutiful in the old world than in the new. Kconomy, comfort, looks, at) oooiblne to make SILVER TIPPED Shafts tadlHpATitfthte for children. UnwBT war thrnnirb at the to. Alto try Wins Qulltftd Holes. How dnllffhtftil to hint rlr fnnt. Frmr, meohanlofi, eTnryhodjr. CABLE SCREW WIRE Roots nd BhoM nerer rip or leu. Also aw for W-reCjiilltPd Soimi. Have vou ever seen The Illustrated eatalovna of Thu KrrtMnr PiyrtabU Printing frrniirti f s; Press now resdy. Krry eii" hi own printer. A few dollars buys a press and type for irlntlng ctrds, labels, envelopes, etc, at quarter pi-leers' prions. .Sane mnney nnd inereane online by livr iftrertUimi, Rsnd two stamps for catalngne to tho i;"'r, V. KKI.HK VA; 0,lf-pldPll,Jnii. f I'X'Y CAKDN. 7 Styles, with Name. 10c. ILlhyBilUStKDj "aSjiO. NA. Books Exchanged. Famish all new. Want old. Write Name this paper. American Book F.xobsnge. N. Y IOO FAKM FOR NA1 V, In Del.. Mrt Va , ami Pa Send for catalogue. J. I'UI.K, Wilmington, Dt'L tA FANCY I'AltllS 7 Styles, with Name, Urr. . I ' by J. II. HUSTKO, Nspssu, Kenss. Go:, N. Y. FREE H For-lcro Stamns. Clrctrlers and Price Lists. Stab stamp Co., Swanton, Vt. AQTTTTVTA r"1 Cn'nrrh Sore Onre. Trial free. "J AJllU.il Address W.K.Bellls.tndlatup IL.Ind Oi Vnr Wolhlnar. Agents Wanted Kverywhere. t Addr-ss J. KKNNKDY A CO.. Richmond. Ind. 1 f dny at home. Agents wanted. Outfit and term. ' fc free. Address THUS A OO., Augusta, Mains I1KTTER than all oook books Ihe Hounelceeper KoO e year. Sample, I O cts. 62 John St., K. Y w ANTM AGF.MTH. Samplf and OntAI frt, Better titan Voltt. A. UUULTKK mi UU., UblCago. ON SALARY only. Agents wanted. Matt an Female. Address O. B. Chbibtiah, Marlon, Ohio $290 A MONTH. IOO ARTIVLKN! Address R N. RAMSEY, Detroit, Mion Cf in S?D a day at home.- Samples worth gl sen: -" rree. unnaua A uu., , Portland. Me t I A o O l P" a,y. Send for Chromo Cattleoue. 4 VH4 tiJJ. H. BirrroRp's Bom, Boston, Mast. QOA Dally to Agents. H5 new articles and the host OavU Famllv Pp.-r in Araertoa, with two St.) Chro mos. tree. AMKR. M'K'U CO., 3QO Broadway. N. Y. A CURIOSITY. A ten-dollar bill of 1 770 nt free for Stump. Addn'RS O. 1IUK?I i CO.. 7.J Nhsbhu St.. N. Y. tflOCrt A .Month. O00J ln articlos Address .1 . Agents Wanted. 24 bent sell- In Ire wor d. tine snmn e ft. I. HROS(N, Iletrnit. .ilc-h. thousand, of lives and property saved by It-fortune' It-u.irtlctllars free, fl M llNIxoTONAJlBa.Naw York A Uhloaxo. 'nilK VII T 14 IT.-Somethlng new. Sells at X sight. Hlg Inducements to Agents. ISample.. 'in cuits and stump. Aci-nts Wanted. Send lor tJatn logon. U. S. SPKUIAl.l Y UO.,7 4 O Fulton St.,BosUn. OPIUM and iUorplilne Ilnbll absolutely an' eveedlly oured. Painless: no P'jI'Miitly. Send starnpfor particulars. Dr. Oar.l . ton, IS7 Washington StC1nlesgo.lll.' $77 SE P. o. WKKK GUARANTEED to Agent." and Female. In their own Innulltv erms and OUTFIT F'RKK. Addrens . VIUKKRY A CO., Angnsta, .Maine. $250 .frenra wjinten ...n. uw Duiim.w nonoraoie aO'! nrst. eta. Particulars seat free. Address WORTH A IIP,. St. Ixmls. Mo. OQr"' Mlnj' If PntUnsT, l"yrhomancy, Knarlnntlo nout fjoarmlug. Mesmerism, aoa Jiovere' Guli Sbowina: how ellher sex ma. fun',,.tji and ..In lh. i. and arlectlon of any person they choos-i Instantly. 400 pages. By mall 6Qc. Hnnt A Uo.,130 S. 7th St.Ph la. ATHmt IlHbltJ'nppd nt Home. No pub II Ul 1 1 HI Holly. Time short. Terms moderate. Ul 111 111 I'OOO teitlmnnlals. 5tu year of on- paraueiea success, uesoribe oase. Addren Or. F. K. IMAltSII, Qnlncy, Jllch. Evsrv reu.le nt .hi. ... i. llLr.-r!,'".'01" "j ri"' r ",e i-ivK HTftcH J Or UN Al., nnd the arrrnt Inducement oller- ru nir i-i-urinK eiiuerrioers. The JuurnH I pronounced the I IK ST of It rlna. Ad dreee Live .stork Journal, Hnllulo, N. Y. AGENTS' Can make Money on Hat- uruiiy nveniiijr mm,. I Jirtrumt. (!hmmn Paper; HtKn-n Piy. Heed, Wickerbhau A Co., Pblla. yrnernneq rrom uoatoo, num., fUtanurgQ or Uhicago. YourNfime Elrcantlr Print ed OD 19 TniKiPiRtNT Visit i Mn CARTS. for 23 Lnt. Karh rifrirantiini a 9ctmc wnicn it nn, tiiidi until held towards lb light Kothinftlikethcmevprbeforeoflcredin America. Biginriuce- aucum WAKniH. "uiai.ii IKIflllRU V.U., AWltaDOs mU. $10? $500 5 Invested In Wall Street en leads to fortune. A i DAifa book exolaininir everything and giving price of stocks SFMT PRPF JOHN HIOKl.INO A CO., Bankers . -.- d Brokers, 7 a Broadway, New York, Agent WntllPd ! Medals and Diplomas Awarded for imioiAVM Pictorial BIBLES. 1300 ItlutfrnllnnN. Addresa for new circnlaia, 'AllJi'l1 A WW ARUU Street, Pbtla. 50 Finely 1'rlntrd KrUlnl TlHlilna i'lirild unt post-paid for cltt, tSeoa kta.up for BHinplea of 4nm Cnrdfit ifSitroir phium iiitui'M ci'iiii int. .11:111. Kin. We have over Khljtvlet fy-t-T ,tnlea- A ci.lfr uo., brock ton, Mar b I rVJ A W 11 151 imuAiiwAi, now 1 via, trf iVkjXla manufacturer of Solid Gold JEWKLKY of uvery deacrlptioo. Tbeatoukl6larKA,verr ohuloa.and iDotfrbd at retail at trade price tj Keep our work 111 enoi ng. Bills under Ij lit. P.O. ordt-r In advance Over 1 o O.O D. privilege to examine. (Jatc'.Rue free. PRINTERS' ROLLERS Marie from thePateut Kxrt-.Mior ('oinnonltinn, will recast, net affected by the weather; price, 3(1 cenu per pound, is uneo in pnuung mis paper. J. R. i UI.K. Ami,, .HJ Ann St., N. V w ANTED IMMEDIATE! Y I I t M r Vnu tu liarn I K.I K. GRAI'HY. iOd siiuatlnrs auarsaU-td. Adilre.s, vllb stamp. KUI'ltKlH 11 . UKST UN1UN TKl.KliRAl'H CO.ll rANY. II II K K I. I S , OHIO, C1.4KIIS.-50 white or t:nted Krlstol, tfO eta.; 60 bnowtlake. Marble. Kep, or Damaas.Ua cU. ; 50 Olaas, 40 eta. ; with your name beutliully printed aa them, aud Oft samples of typ, aKeta'price-llst, etc.. sent by return mail ou receipt of price. Diftonuut to Uluba. Rest of work. W. O. OANNON, 4H koeeland Street, B'-Hlou. Refers to 8. H. PKITKKiui.l A Co. $15.00 SHOT GUN. 1 snnblo tiarrfll f. Mr or frootvcd tmt; varrmtad io sl ain ia ttt tttrrHf. racd a iUru-r, oa mi ts: mlit Piui, FfsMikfUul W4douUVr( for f IS. Cmti bfttwit O. O. D. wit prir tltsr to eifu;to bsItrr.srlDs' bill. Po4 Btanp fcrtritr to f, ruWIU. A Qua UfuTrs, IU staia ftk, CUwtaa.a. O. aEYOLVERSSSS? 50 id New Huffmlo UiU licTolvcrlpf sal I W W ilh lOOUartridaas. axu) :ta.10sold : everyone warran ted ; satisfaction iruar.Dted. lltuetratett Catalogue Fret. WEaTEUUI iiVM UOUKS, ( hlraKn, III., 6U Oeaxbomt.. (McCormick Block). II lHlly Wifnetia fordOoenU from now to Int January on trial. Mer chants cannot afford to be without Dally Market Reporta of Produce, Cattle, Stocks, etc. Everybody wanta to bear of Moody and Sankey'a work. Subscribe at onoa. Ottioe, 2 Suruoe St., New York. V JOHN DOUG ALL. COME AND SEE These Rich Pralrtos. Near one million Soros for sals on tbe hloui City and St Paul K. K. and eo ths MoUrecor soil Missouri KlTer R. R. Sovoral larxs tracts for Lost n lea. Oorut. or send oomrultteee to examine. Kfery oum wuo ses th laud likes It. Apply to UAVIUMIN Jt I'Al.KINS. . tollilfiy. (reoln o., Iowa. MOODY and SANKEY An4 their Work on both Side of th -Sea. By an eminent chkauo mviNK.a FIUHuoH of Ma. ilooijy for years, aad au EYB-wiTNEea of and PaIti'I 1an r in hia great revival meetings in Fnolasd. In ioraed aud approved by emiur-nt (Christians. Rays r'HKBT. tow Lt a. of tbe N'tBiu Western Univerbity : ' Muy Gmi irtmt thin b-n k a million reader and timny conv.rt tn ?hrit.u Send for circulars to AMERICAN l'UHLlNHINU UO., Hartford, Conn. I'ota now troaa tawoia with perfect aomfor night aad day. AdapU Itsself to eveiy motion of the body. retAliiiiu Uupl ture uuaer the E&rdusl zeroiae or aeverest strain until permanenUy oared Sold aheap by Ue Elastic Truss Co. . ft. 683 brtaawty, N, Y, City, and sent by mall all nt sand fot Olroaiar.and be nnd Wisconsin Central Railroai Lanls. Bioellent Karma a low prises ana an saay Unas. Sure Crops iood Water Health Olunata No Ur Ma hoppers No severe winds No aasruu diseases Befora gohig slsowhsrs sand posts sard asking to, pamphlets, maps, sui., to OliAb. L. UOLHY.Laud Oommlaslonsr. Wis. Usn. R. K. Oo., MUwsnhes, Wis. rUHtt af nsOsr sa ail Isms Lottie. m BARNEY'S r-or tbe fcillet or bath It has no equal. It Is snore pleasant than any Cologne, Toilet Water or Handkerchief Extract. Its, per. fume Is very lasting. Is always agreesble to tbe person using It, snd to those around them. It nils tbe room with a pleasant odor. It basnoennsl. UKO. T. BAKNF.Y tfc CO., Ilnalnn. ,11 ass. ORANGE LOWER WATER. l ine DONT fon want to Alton PROFIT Bemnft the bf si article ever offered to AtrAntasf On Affiant made -M5 In throe hour. Try Lu Adrtwa. H'HJP ft JQ8KPH. Indlanapolli. Ind. Tho Best Paper lor Fraers. NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ONR DOLIaAR per year In olubi of thirty or over. Specimen ooplea free. For terms and commissions, Address THE TRIBUNE, New-York. 0 AGENTS WANTED FOR THE EIMTENIMIAL HISTORY of the U.S. The arrant tntarMf In tha thHlllntr hlfttoi-T of onr Conn- try makes tnis rtin tatuent semnir door ever panmuea. It nanialns 4 42 tine historical enarravlnirs and U2i pnnus, with a full aooonnt of the approachtn grand (Jenemial exhibition. Hend fr r ft full descrip tion and exfrii tormn to A(rent. iNATiU'aA.ij run L1SHINU CO., Philadelphia, Pa. ' CI. V Herd, rwr. iVr jsa Mince, f?t, uriv : " Yonr Sea Foam Vnannnf hia oi.iaIIaiI tv-rlll of 1.14- ennntor: fr.rti od Brwd a"d tine Biscuit it Ik ft Woodertul 1 re peti tion " iv eav sil. PilPlirr. I'linfnrr tV Co.. ir.'rttVjtitto Jealr, Bo-ton, n xy . " We tf-ke oleasure In recommend In yonr rea Foam as The Bst Kak ni Powder we haveevnrsnld Parties once unlnjr it will have no other, it sums lire immense. Send forolrcalar to am. F. aANTZ & ro.. 1 7 liunrn Ml., New York GRAND CHANCE FOR ACENT8, with mfeJYoA9. ANN ELIZA YOUNG'S NEW BOOK. BR1CHAM iMihTSXefBra MY. Introduction by Juhn li. Uough and i;t POLVCIM Mr. Li mi, rt-. Aifint f I Q to Oft Try dyi Hundred arc ilMirifr t. mil 1 VOU run .In It. Tht btit .ell Id 200 ILLUSTRATIONS. ..Writ for Iliuitrsted rimilnrt t Lruil oilim. DLSliN, GILMAN A CO., lUniTOUL, lit., IHICAflO, ILL., liNCIMttAll, VHIO, AliKlSTS wanted for the UK AN I) NEW BOOK. PRESENT CONFLICT of KUKM K with UKiatUOIHi or Modern SCEPTICISM Met on Its Own GROUND. The nrandeit theme and mmt vital Question of tbe day. H theamrinrnf "SciFNCE andthf. HIH1-K." Kverv man, woman :.nd child wants to rend It. It pIvm the hristlan a rtatnn fur his Pititli. prmves the wonderful flirt covrrii'K of f-cfeiice it harmony with 4iPn Word ditturnvns the TyihIiiIi iit1 loiif. and de-troys the HIT win I llt'r V ll sews neynuu flu exppoiauon. h'imi. NtTtant axilfi 'A A, fcnnrind If. third '2.. tlrt tteok. hlint atnt It I second Week Kverv body hms it. Avoid (tie ft4tijft'innq trash advertised by other publisher, and secure territory for this bjfitt.ihat e fl ; because tbe people need aud wunt it. Send foi circular and terms to agents. i . . . i r.i-iii it : oln Arm rMreri.. I'Miinitt'iimin.. i-w Selected French Burr Mill Stones or all slzi's, and superior workmanship. Horlnble Srlmllnir. "ma. upper or nnd'T inuneirt, f'-r r'artu or Morrlimil work. Urnnins Ilntrh An. krr Itulllnsjl'loth, Mill Picks. Corn Shelters and Cleauors, Gearing, fchaftiuK. rullies, llaneers. etc.; all kinds of Mill Machinery and MillerB' supplii-s. Houd for I'nniplilet. Mranb Mill I'mniiHti.T. Ilx 14 3U. I'liii luiiiill. 4lil. Outfit were ordered t aublicatioQ of the splendid new book LlFEiAD7ENTURES. OSIEHT a tmn tip rwk of Travel. Adventure, and F.xnrienoe. bv 1 Boa.W. Knox, with 350 miurniflcent new T.txtwv infr the finest ever een. Itactully fit .rnmaiiva nerton. and on tne ciuaiiy frit at tigm io every wiue-anaiii. and outnelli all other Ikx1ib 6 to 1. No work waa ever endorsed to hiirhly nona sells so fast or pays n Itlo livaflnrn fAniiK7i m' Ml DrVM. U4? llZPtlt nd 8 I & in two irerAi, another 'ii in owe tovwhtn. We want .MWO iimrv active asents noie, OI'TK IT FKKK to all. A bmini nmnhlil with Specimen Pncen and Illustrations of this ftt- tr.ous work, full OeBCription Bnflinumial Term. ent free to anyone. Addre" HUHTiliNUiUN A to., liartford, CU SMITH OMAN CO. Boston, 3VXasbb. Z7ieie tttainlartt Instruments) Sold by Music Dealers Everywhere. Agents Wanted in Every Town. Sold tbroosThont ths United States on ths I.NMTAI.I.MENT PLAN I'hat is, on a Brstara of Montblj Pay pnrotaasor. should ask for the Smith Ahkbicak Oboai (atalncoHS and fall partlcnlars on apollcallon MICHIGAN' PINS AND FARMING LANDS FOR S A L E - ttooct Noll! iood Timber! UooA Air! 3ood Vv uteri (iojd '1'itlv; Healthy l iiiiiule : The rnllre Lnnd (Srant ot the Flint & Frre illurqiieiie Uullway I'outpany, .205,000 Al'UtS, le offertut fur sale fur purp set ot Actual Kettleinunt in parcela aa desired. 000,000.000 feet ot t ine, located ounveutentto the Una of the rallrosd. t'armi'.g Iodw, aa rfootl aa aav ia the world, lie aloiif tbe line, ai.d wlil lift m-ld ou m-mt iHVuiuble tormx to a tuU sctiKM-s. 'I IMIiK)t-iak, UoeoU. Mjtple, Roca Kim, lUack Csi-.trry, ri.jjroad. Pine, tluiuloclt, etc., etc lineal) Iand and iwitiroad Faciltll: are aeldoiP offered totcetuur, aud tuofte who wish to bcura homec will do well (o apply eaily ami take oboiue selection. 1 Bhms One-tourtli in oah and balance with annual l3t treat at 1 oer cuui.. aa may be tm atiA. lnloruatloa by mall promptly furutiOieti. Apply, lu person or br tr.ti, to w m. i v ii.ii t t. tv. ijuia i'iuuiiHiunor. Addreat at Fast Sayinaw, Micti. mmmm When I ho lllooil ltu-,ln- witn rocket-llke ?lo lenoe to tbe head, oausln hot tluabps, vertigo and dim ness of sight. It Is a oeratn slg-a that a mild, salubrious. cooling and equa'dztag laxative Is required, a .d Tarrant's EflVrvesviitSi.l;zor Aiu'rlont should bs at onoa roited to. SOLD BY ALL PHUGdlSTS J VST VVilhlSHF.Ii I SEVENTY-FIVE BONG3, Each a True Gem ami I'ndciiliibly Popular. Among ths attractive titles are: NA.AHIiTll. KING ON VVKKT ANUELUS. KS Vll.lt VI. I)A. ' MTTI.E HI A 111 lK AKC'ADEE. WEAUV. BY TIIE 11 1. I K REA. UOMK .1IAUIE. The Gems of Ennllah fong la a book ol 93H pages, su ol lull aiitel musio sim. Among ths Authors are: Last 8oott, Oampima, LtxusaT, OotmoD, Einoi, Uows, icrua"'. BAHtiM, ULaJuiiax, Ant. The Gems of English Hong will bs sent, paid, to aoy alaress, tur t'-s Hetall Prion, which Hoards, i.LO, la Oloth, HI3.00, OUt. 84.UO. post. U, In Do Not Forget Our Other Recent Books, Montr Monarch. 75 cents, for Blnglng'Bohools. HUluIng silver, 35 cents, tar Sabbath Schools. High slchool Choir, 81.0O, lor High Sohools, eta. Living U nters, 30 cents, for Pralss MeaUngs. OLIVER DITSON tb CO.. Boston. t!UA8. H. B1THON dt lip., til llroao war. New Verk, WMmted "KAI'KKHFFHII" n HALE'S Honey or Horehoundakd Tar ron 'the ccnR' of ' Coughs. Coi.ds, Ixfi.uf.sz a, IIoarsr kebs, Difficult )iietiiivo, and AT.Ij AFFKCTin8 OPTnS TnilOAT, BnON'CHIAL TUBI!, ASD IjVNOS, LEADINO TO CONBUMlTIdN. Thin Infulliblo remedy is composed of the Honey r the pl;mt Itorrhound, irn chemical ur unwitUTA5-lHt.M,cxtract-cd from ie Lifb Piuxiri.is of tho forest t e Abies Balsamka. or Bilm of Gil A. V e Honey of Horchound soothes at scatters nil irri tations and inflam mations, and the Tar-Balm clkanses and hbalb the throat nnd air-pnsaages leading to the lungs. Five additional Ingredients keep the organs cool, moist, and In healthful action. Let no pre judice keep you from trying this great medicine of famous doctor, who has saved thoubands of lives by it in hia large private practice. N. B. The Tar Balm has no bad taste or smelL nucEs.50 cents and f 1 per bottia Great eanng to bay large sizs. Sold by all Druggists., " "Pike's Toothache Drops' cure in 1 minute. N.Y.N U.-No. 4. Rcnlnnntnrv offi. Mntn md Ntocts, 1 bow Kill id A.'iOO in Nlnrtt I'riv f .lrl and will pn rnfllN. Kallrniu Knnds sna iioin nnagaT no :lnrfrlna. Intprent Hlx lfr 4'pnt. allowed on depo sits subject to slKbt druIU. $500. BCCKWAl.TBK A- I'll., nnnlters and llrnkrri. No. IP Wnll Mrfri.Nrw lark. GIVEN AWAY ! To stsit reader of The Fnmily Journal i CENTENNIAL AMERICA, A 910 Timed Enirravlnv, nlze 22x2. Onr Liirifrfl nnrl RMintlfnlTlnfpi1 FnRravintroontalnln OTrtr JtKMiliiBtorioal Views and Port rait of all ItmdiuR evnntti hi 1 pHtconaReB from the UnduiK of Oolumlms to th prw ent ttii e, lnolu Unit a maRnlticat and psr feet vl'-w of th Ontonutal BMlrilnir la Fitrraount Park at Pnllailelpbla, will le p-lven, 7-t Tl K-airaf Onr Grtat Li'erary ami Fnhi.in, ltipr,th H.'' Fnmily Journal, CintniMnq Thr ,SiVn'f Continual Stori", toii ether with short fk-tches and a lnr amount ol mlBcellar.iv oas re idlng. Kflnt fcui moniliin tnil, Including the Kneravlon, pOBi-pnio, ior .in'. ' 7M ' """" irt'f ii you a co,v frfti.or uddiw Tht Family Journal, 41)2 Broadway, N. Y. Agents Wanted Everywhere. yEW and HUALl ll I I. INSTKIMIF.NT. Piano-Harp CABINET 0EGAN. Ao Biqufslte combination, priding to tbe oanaclty of tbr orftan much of that of tbe plapuforte and harp. With ft dotiblvreed orxao, compIte and perfect In eTery repectt in combined a unw insiruoient, the Pi ANO-HARH, the tones of which are produced by atewl tunruna or bars, rlfcidly net in ntel platt'8 affiled to a Bounding box, and truck by hammers, aa tn the plani forte. 'I he tones are of a pure, silvery, bell-like quality, very beautiful in ojoj- inHUOn or anemaiion wvn ine orran unns. i orpin iv be uaed alone, and Is .in every respect as cnmt'ieia tl oertect an orcan as without the PlANO-HAKP. or may be used with the PIANO HAKP; the lattvr may ne ueea separately 01 in com lrihiim i n unysraiiins stops of tbe 01 Ran, to which It adds Kre itly tu Tivacity, life and varlei ; adapting it to a mui-b wider iau.e oi music. Upon lta Invention ana Intro duction, about a year sloce, thia new Instrument ivai recnied with o much favor that the deuiunrt Kruatly t xcttt-dnd the manufactur ers stitraoat at.bUy to supply ; so tout t h have had no occasion to advertise It extensively, having no per ifdctea faculties tor a large anipi, iney onet it 10 uie public with contidenoe. uircuiars, witn oraumtrs ana iuii aesonptioDS, ree. MASON A HAMLIN OHiiAN C.. .4 Tremont Street, BOSTON ; 2i Union r-qanra, KKW YORK i 80 mad H2 Adams Street. (JIJKJAtiO. uu. sAAi'oinvjtj " - ' LIVER INVIGORATOsR. vuitipiiii(ii'i euiirt'iy Hunt These 41 HS re move all morbid . Hlioiitdutluittlke P WJ tloKC to tin-1 1- !n JyT cIIvIiIuhI constl r-H Q till iu lit from a lnNoiiifull te LssJ a tllt(i0iifiil Qj j aecui tllnff to t-f-tVi-l. For all af Wl frc-lions of ihf fV? 1.11 It, iiiffxu. . f-H Ini lties ol Mom aril mill Jlifclnv dlHeaiies lt-teii(l fJ l rut on or cuutied by M;licliraiiK sJ iitent aa Klllona bl matter from the system, supplying in Ihc-lr place a henlthy flow of bile liivlRoral- Inir the stomacn causing; food to diareat well) PI'- HlI'VIV. -lltli IU.OOI, Klvintr tone and health to ths vrltole ma chinery, reino v n sr the cause or the diseases, ef fecting; a radical cure. Asa FAM ueNs, Chroitlcltl- arrliora,lly airi- ILY MKIHCINE sla, Juundiceana Female Veali- it Is l .MriUl'AI.. Kl, and is AL IssJ auoonfull takes WAYS HAtlS nt commencement of au attack of SICK U EADAC H E cures In 1.1 ml n litre, i i.i. ".OW U.OW Sltl.V IWA UK VOVTH- FI'I. by 1 bottle. TH1 1TI For pain )hlr coiitalnlnar useful Information ann aii shunt the tlver, address int. is.a.r "s"i IVrwYork. OI.I ill ALL nKrm.lT Burnett's Cocoalne Prevents the Hair from Falling. Burnett's Cocoalne Promotes its Healtlty Growth. Burnett's Cocoalne la not Greasy nor Sticky. Burnett's Cocoalne Leaves no Disagreeable Odor. Burnett's Cocoalne Bubdues Refractory Hair. Burnett's Cocoalne Soothes the Irritated Scalp-Skin.' Burnett's Cocoalne Affords the Richest Lustra, Burnett's Cocoalne Is not an Alcoholio 'Wash. Burnett's Cocoalne Kills DandruiT. Burnett's Cocoalne Gives New Life to the Hair. Burnett's Cocoalne Remains' Longest in Effect. Prepared only by . JOSEPH BURNETT & CO. 27 Central Street, Boston. And Sold Everywhere. 500.000 ACRES or Michigan Lands B O X 3 A Xj S The Lands al tho Jackson, .anslng and Haglnaw Kallroau Compunv are Now OKKEKEU fUil (MALE. They are situated alone Its railroad and contain Urn tresis of saoaUent FARMING and PINK Lands. Ths farming lands inulude soma of tus moat l.rtllo aud well-watered hardwood lands In ths Stat. Tnef are timbered malnl with haid-maple and beech : soli black, sandy loam, and sbounds In sprints of purest water. Michigan la one of tha least Indxmed and must prosperous b tales In ths Union, aad us farmer, have greater variety of crops and maourw-s than any We.urn But. While soma of tha nraliia state, may produce corn In great abondaaoa. they have no other reeonroe. and when tola stop fails; destitution follows, as has been the ease ths past year In Kauaaa and Nebraska. Piles from tfii.MI to . OO per sure. Hend for Illustrated Pamphlet. Address O. fll. BAUNb. CossMilaaluuer, Lansing, lUlch. . r