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FAKM.UARDES AXJ) HOUSEHOLD.
Medical Nolra. An Excellent Jelly fob thb Sick Room. Take Hon, sago, pearl tarley, bnrtahorn shaviogn, each one ounce; simmer to three pints of water to one, and strain it. When cold, it will be a jelly, of which give dissolved in wine, milk or broth, in. change with other nourishment. Protection for Weak Eyes. Dr. Mngnus is strongly opposed to the rise of blue glasses, so much used in Ger many to protect the eyes, and prefers the gray and smoky glass. He considers blue glass especially irritating to the eye, and says that many bird, reptiles and amphibians possess yellow or red dish oil drops in the eye to neutralize this blue color and protect the eyes. The Probabilities of Sickness. The business of life insurance is largely based on purely mathematical calcula tion, involving the laws of probabili ties, the object of which is to determine by careful comparison of extended sta tistical returns, and like information, the probable duration of a person's lifo at every year of his existence. On the tabulated results is founded the scale of premium charges, proportionate to the risk assumed. While every one is, of course, interested in knowing how long he ia likely to live, he has a more imme diate Rud vital interest in learning how often ho is likely to be sick, and for how mauy days per year he will probably, by ill health, be incapacitated for work. Dr. Reginald Southey has recently been de livering a course of valuable lectures on " Individual Hygiene " in London, and in one he introduced n table of "Expec tation of Sickunss,-' which he had pre pared, and which is as follows : At twenty years of ago, calculate on four sick days yearly; at twenty to thirty, five or six days; at forty-five, seven days; at fifty, nine or ton days; at fifty five, twelve or thirteen days; at sixty, sixteen, days; at sixty-five, thirty-one days; at seventy, seventy-four days. Of course this refers to people of average good health, and not to those who may bo afflicted with any ineradicable or chronica ailment. Corn Culture. A paper by Oonrad Wilson, read be fore the American farmers' elub.'on corn culture, reported the success of the Wil son competition. In this the writer said : It will perhaps interest the mem bers of the club to know that the com petition in corn culture under the offers made to farmers last spring has been fruit ul of good results. The results thus fur received are of mueh interest as indicating the possibilities yet to be developed in the cultivation of this ce reul. Some ehaugeB that were found ex pedient in tho pi m of this competition have already been announced to com petitors, and will bo more fully explain ed when the report is published. 1 have long been convinced that the average jield and profit of the farms of this country might be largely increased, and in some cases doubled in amount, with comparatively small addition to the present outlay, and that this result is en tirely within the reach of a preat ma jority of American farmers. When it is considered that to double the leading crops of this country would go far to ward doubling its wealth and prosperity, it is easy to see that the importance of such a question rises to immense pro portions. A possibility so vast in its conse quences my well inspire the tillers of the soil with new energy of purpose, and with new conceptions of their call ing. It is to the promotion of such re sults as this tbat my own attention has been directed for a number of years ymt, cauil tliu Miuiuiuma uflbreU 111 DU1S competition are simply but parts of a result. When the results of this com potion are given to the public I shall be able to present some facts and figures of sufficient importance to fully justify the effort that has been made, and, in addi tion to these, still other facts and figures, accumulated from various sources, all of which will tend to show that the possi bility of yield and cost for Indian corn are such as to warrant the position I have assumed nanvly, that seventy bushels of shelled corn per acre, and a corresponding reduction of cost per bushel, are so entirely within reach of a majority of furmers as to leave no rea sonable excuse for coming short of this result, aud still further to show that if the census returns at tho end of the present decade do not indicate such an average for tho whole country, it will be the fault, not of those intelligent farmers whose yearlv crows alreadv ex ceed this average, but of tho large class ui uaprogiesBive larmers wno invariably fall below this standard. Gremlins Waioni. A good wagon costs a considerable sum, and it should De taken proper care of. aud made tr lust hj lnno n a nnpcitila . O I lew persons understand the importance ui luorouguiy omug ine axles, etc, of wagons aud carriages, and still fewer know wLich are the most suitable lubri cators to use, and the proper way of ap plying them. A well made wheel will endure ordinary wear from ten to twenty-five years, if care is taken to nse the right amount of the proper lubricator; but if this matter is not attended to, a wheel will bo used up in fivo or bix years. Lard should never be used on a wagon, for it will penetrate the hub and work itself out around the tenons of the spokes at d spoil the wheel. Tallow is the bebt lubricator for wooden axletrees, and castor oil for iron. When oiling an axletree the spiudle should be riped clean with a cloth wet with spirits of turpentine, and then apply a few drops of castor oil noar the shoulder and end. When greasing an axletree, just enough grense should be applied to give a light coating; more do.s more harm than good by working out and damaging the hub. To Dispone of Curculioa. A correspondent of the Ohio Farmer states tbat he kept a plum tree from our oulios by sprinkling the ground under the tree with corn meal. This induced the chickens to scratch and search. The meal was strewn every morning, from the time the trees blossomed until the fruit was large enough to be out of dan ger. The consequence was that the fowls picked up the curculioa with the meal, and the tree, being saved from the presence ot insects, was wonderfully fruitful. Her Starving Children. A porr woman was before a court in Lancaster, Pa., for stealing. She is the mother of three little children, and had been de serted by her husbmd. The charge was stealing a loaf of bread to keep her tit tle ones from starving. The prosecu tion did not push the case, and the court discharged her with a reprimand. " Why didn't yon put on a clean col lar before yon left home I" called out an impertinent young fop to an omnibus driver. " 'Cause your mother hadn't sent home my washing," was the ex tinguishing reply. Excessive Credulonsness. The appended letter, says the News paper Reporter, has been sent to a pro minent business man of New York, and is so remarkable an illustration of the persistency with which some tof n allow themselves to be duped as to be worthy of publication on that score alone. A further reason why it should appear in our columns is that it Berves as a caution against dealing with certain of the Wall street genus, who live on their wits and what they can swindle unsophisticated folks at a distance out of : - . - Octobeb 7, 1876. Dear &ir I received a pamphlet from you a day or two ago and have read it, and now do not know what to do, I shall make a statement to yon Of my case and ask your advice. I am a farmer and a renter and a poor man, with four children to keep. My beloved wife died some two years ago, and I have not married' since, but keep a hired housekeeper, and can hardly make both ends meet, and am in debt some $300. One year ago last month I received a oireular from , of Wall street, stating if I would send them $100 they wonld invest it in stocks for me that would pay from one to six hundred per cent. So on September 14, 1875, I sent the firm above named 8106.25, and they receipted for it, and said they invested it iu Lake Shore. They claimed they bought me one hundred shares at 66J, and so I waited till the thirty days were up, and I saw by the papers that Lake Shore had gone up as high as 61 J, and 1 thought I had made a nice thing; but in a few days they wrote to me they had to sell to cover Fhort sale, and had made nothing ncr lost nothing ; so I set tbat down as a nice swindle So last April I received a circular from , stating they bought and sold on what they called guaranteed chances, or they guaranteed you from all loss ; so about the middle of April I sont them $112.50, and they claimed they invested in Lake Shore, and also claimed they lost; so you see with these two firms I lost $218.75. Then in July, 1876, I saw a notice over the name of , Park Row, New York, stating if any person sent them $5 they would send him a half paid bond aud five certificates in a drawing to come off July 4. Well, I did not draw auythiug, so they sent me a cote a few days ogo stating my half bond would participate October 2 ; but as yet I have not hoard from them, and I do not know whether this $5 will be lost or not. Now, this money I borrowed the most of it, and you may know just how I feel. Next I got a circular from , Deyst., New York. I sent him an order for $12.75, aud he sent the things. I got a lot of pictnres called the Lord's prayer, and 25-cent paper P. K. and perfume, stone and shell and Chinese washiug blue and starch polish ; but times are so hard aud money so scarce I conl 1 sell hardly auy. I did not clear fifty cents per djy. Now I am almost dead broke, and do not know what to do, ua I be lieve by the reading of your pamphlet that you are honest, and I write to you for advice aud to see if you think any of these parties could be made to give up any of tho money they have swindled me out of. I am poor but honest, aud I thonght they would do just what they said ; but instead of that I am afraid all they wanted was tho money. As to agents, the country here is flooded with them, and times are hard and money very scarce, aud people cannot buy if they would. By the reading of your circular I think you are a wealthy man, and a man ot groat business qualities and of good judgment. I am young yet (thirty-two) and poor. Now please give me advice and tdl me just what you thiuk I ought to, do, and your advice will be thankfully received. Respectfully yours, O. W. Foucn, Big Prairie, Wayne Co., Ohio. Stokes' Release A Retrospect. The most aristocratic inmate of Au burn State prison, snys the New York correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazf.tte, has been restored to liberty. Not eince Ben. Rathbun, the Buffalo forger, ex piated his crime in that place of punish ment has it held a more noted prisoner than EJward S. Stokes. He went into the New York Tombs a blooming young man, whose elegant form aiid beantifnl countenance commanded general udoiir ation. I saw him tho day after his arrest and noticed his extraordinary beauty. He comes out of his ordeal a gray headed and shaky invalid, pre maturely old, and good for nothing but to be a pensioner on his friends. I well remember peeing his father when lie came to the Tombs to vi lit his uufortu nate Ran. He was a sad laced old man, and has siuoe then gone to the grave. All that he had was spent to save that son from the gallows, to which, indeed, the latter was once sentenced, aud which ho legally deserved. I called lately at the Grand Opera House, once the favor ite Lanut of Fisk, and made some in quiry concerning the condition of the building. It was purchased by Fisk for the use of tho Erie railway. The latter had a spacious business establish ment a mile down town, but this did n t suit the prince. He wanted to consoli date his realm iu a manner convenient to himself. He lived near the Opera House, and so did Miss Mansfield. His stables were near by, and it was but a short distance to Delraonieo's. To com plete the arrangement, he moved the entire Erie business up to the Opera House, and obtained for this spnee a rental of $75,000 a year. Since Fink's death the company offices were removed to their former abode, and the Grand Opera House is now found to be on elephant. The play room may bring a rent of $4,000, and the stores as much more, but there are taxes, repair.?, and insurance to be met out of this income. All the spacious offices are still vacant, and the loss in ronwl is $00,000 a year, being iu the aggregate $150,000 since Fisk's death. It is hard to conjecture any nse for this spaoe, because the con struction of offioes has unfitted it for any other purpose. Such is the condition of one of the best situations on Eighth avenue. Fisk's entire estate was insuf ficient to pay his debts, aud his wife is said to be dependent on the bounty of others. Seldom have filiv human A-r- pectations, bated on fraud, been so sud- ueniy ana so enectuauy blasted. The German Navy. The German navy list for 1876, just published, enumerates the German war navy as follows : Ironclades, eight frigates and three corvettes; cruisers, fourteen corvettes and nine gunboats of the first class; vessels for coost defense, two ironclad gunboats and five ironclad gunboats, eleven torpedo boats, eight gunboats of the second class, six avisos, and two transports; schoolships, one ship of the line, one sailing frigate, four corvettes, and three brigs; vessels for harbor servioe, nine steam transports, three vessels serving as bariaoks, five pilot boats, and ten vessels for the trans port of coal. The Electoral Tole. Senator Morton, of Indiana, in a con versation with a reporter in reference to the electoral vote of the United States, says : In 18G5 the twenty-second joint rule was adopted. I worked as follows: When the Senate and House assembled In joint meeting to count the electoral vote, if any objection, no matter how trivial, was made with regard to the vote in any State, the two bodies separated and a vote without debate was taken. If either of them supported the objec tion the vote of that State was' oast out. Recognizing tho suicidal policy of this rule, I battled against it until it was finally repealed. I then introduced a bill providing that, in the event of an objection being raised to the vote from any State, that objeotion oonld only be sustained by a confirmatory vote from botn houses, t or three years I strug gled to get this bill through, and it did pass the Senate twice. On the first oc casion it was quashed in the House, but on the second, last winter, Senator Thurman, who had been its strongest advocate, moved that the vote bo recon sidered, and the bill went to the wall. Just before the close of the session members became alarmed at the situa tion, and were anxious to have prompt action taken in the matter, but it was too late. And now we are thrown back npon the rule, or misrnlo, which pre vailed prior to the twenty-second joint rule, thus leaving -the power entirely in the hands of the Vice-President. This custom of leaving the deoision to the Vice-President arose from a casus omissus in the Constitution, and the effect was made evident by the case of Wisconsin in 1857. Owing to a severe snowstorm the Presidential electors in Wisconsin failed to meet on the ap pointed day, but cast their votes on a later date. When the electoral vote was being counted by Congress an objection was raised against Wisconsin on the ground of non-eouformance to the law. Vice President Mason, of Virginia, re fused to entertain the objection, and the vote of Wisconsin was counted, as he alone had the right to throw it out. So you see we are in- precisely the same position to-day, and must depend upon the judgment and impartiality of one man. I grant you it is too great a power to be vested in one porsou, and therefore it is that I tried to remedy it. Four Lltlle Red Toes. A ragged, starved faced elf of seven or eight, having a weather beaten basket on her arm, searching for bits of coal and splinters of wood around the docks iu New York. You may have seen such sights every day. The gaslight made hor pinched face look all the more sor rowful, and somehow it seemed as if her ragged dress looked more forlorn than iu the broad glare of day. As buo moved here and there, searching as carefully as men look for gold, four lit tle red toes peeped out from one dilapi dated shoe. They had been bruised and hurt aud frost bitten and stubbed against 6tone and plank till the poor child limped wearily. Her white face provoked no sympathy, her fluttering rags were unnoticed, her forlorn look called forth no word, but the eyes of a dozen men who loitered about the wharf watched the four little red toes moving here and there, and every heart grew a bit softer. "Five cents would buy more fuel thau she can pick up in a week, ' whis pered a brawny rivtrman as he felt for his wallet. The four little red toes were at the edge of the wharf. The black waters cast up their shadows aud blinded her, and a shriek end a splash startled the men wio boa beeii wa telling. They ran np ana ciown, peered into the dark ness and called out in trembling voices. but the river gave up only the old brown basket. Four little red toes were drift ing with the current, past wharf and boat and slip, and a white pinched face. wearing a look of terror, wits turned this way and that by the eddies. In some bare room, up long flights of dark .stairs, a mother waited and waited till she fell asleep in her chair, but there was no clatter of a pair of old shoes on the stairs to aronse her, and when day dawned she lifted her head in a startled way, thought for an instant that sh9 saw four little red toes over by the door, and cnen sprung up to cry out : The long night has passed awav. and the poor child has not come home !" Four little red toes, washed by the waves to snowy whiteness a white face growing more ghastly as the weeds and grasses set it in a frame of green ; aud iu some book in heaven was recorded "Another sonl is treasured here." The Freedmau's Rank. United States District Attorney Wells has commenced two suits in the supreme court of the District of Columbia against uenerai unver J. .Howard, as commis sioner of refugees, freodmen aud aban doned lands, aud as trustee and lawful custodian of the irregular or retained bounty fund, the first for 8150.000. whioh it is alleged General Howard has failed to account for, and the second ft r the sum of $20,000, which tho complaint states is the balance and interest due for premium and iuterest on United States bonds belonging to the government and appropriated for the use of tho Freed man's bureau, which have not been paid over by General Howard nor expended lor the use of the bureau. The com plaints are dated as of the twenty-sixth of October and the defendant is required to plead within twenty days after the service oi tue papers. Jonsonby's Failure. A discussion in the Jonsonby house as to who should get up and light the kit- ouen nre terminated in favor of Mrs. Jonsonby. " If you would like to spend tne winter in Bulgaria, dear," said Mr. Jonsonby at the breakfast table, speak iug as pleasantly as he knew how", and with a faiut glow of hope lighting his face, "I will buy you a ticket and get you ait tne oiotnes you want." "And where is Bulgaria!" demanded Mrs, Jonsonby, sharply. "It's a famous European watering place: heaps of com pany thero just now, I hear; most of em going to stay all winter," replied Jonsonby, with a guilty sinking of the neart. Airs, jonsonby said she d find out something about the place before she decided whether to go there or not. and Jonsonby rose from the table and lelt. The Christian Leader (N. Y.), in speaking of Merohant s Gargling Oil, says : " Mr. Hodge is a gentleman of liberal tastes and excellent judgment, and the Gargling Oil Company, under his thoroughly jndioions direction, has become one of the strongest and soundest concerns that grace the commercial an nals of onr State. Other medicinal specialties, in addition to the Gargling Oil, are beginning to claim the com pany's attention, and of their great suc cess we have as little doubt as we have of their intriusio merit. A Proclamation. By the President of the United States: From year to year we have been accus tomed to pause in onr daily pursuits and t t apart a time to offer our thanks to Almighty God for the special blessings He has vouchsafed to us, with our prayers for a continuance thereof. We have at this time equal reason to be thankful for His continued protection, and for the many material blessings His bounty has bestowed. In addition to these favors accorded to ns as indi viduals, we have espeoial occasion to ex- Sress onr hearty thanks to Almighty fod tbat by His providence and guidance onr government established a century ago has been enabled to fulfill the pur pose of its founders in offering an asylum to the people of every race, se curing civil and religious liberty to all within its borders, and meting out to every individual alike justice and equality before the laws. It is more over especially our duty to off.sr onr humble prayers to the Father of all Mer cies for a continuance of His divine favor to ns as a nation and as indi viduals. By reason of all these considerations, I, Ulysses S. Grant, President of the Uni ted Slates, do recommend to the people of the United States to devote the thir tieth day of November next to tho ex pression of their thanks and prayers to Almighty God, and, laying aside their daily nvocatious anil all secular occupa tions, to assemble in their respective places of worship aud observe such day as a day of thanksgiving and rest. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. Done at the city of WashinKtou this twentv- sixth day of October, in the year of onr J-iord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-six. and of the independence of the United States of America the one hundred and first. U. S. Grant. By the President. Hamilton Fish, Secretary of State. A Rival to Jesse Pomeroy. Francis Van Barrisrar. the lad who shot and killed a little girl at Camnville, N. Y., accidentally it was supposed, has been detected in offenses at Great Bend, Pa., which mako it appear auito prob able that the former offense was no less than n deliberate murder. One evening the lad induced two little boys, aged five and seven years, to enter the barn of William Luk with him. aud lockinsr the" barn ho told tho boys he was going to kill them. He seized the younger of the two children, a little son of Mr. John Shipley, and, says tho Great Bend Re porter, commenced a series of fiendish aud inhuman treatment, which undoubt edly surpasses anything of the kind on record in this country. He stripped tho young boy of all his clothes and buried them in a manure pile, and then secur ing a heavy strap which had a three quarter inch buckle ou each end, he iu- Uicted such blows on the head, shoul ders, back and legs of the little fellow. as to cause the blood to flow in streams to the floor. At last the littlo follow, be coming exhausted from the effects of t his inhuman treatment, sunk helplessly to the floor. The young fiend then attached in cood hangman's order the strap around the little fellow's neck, and lifting hiul to au upright position, carried him to a ladder that was standing against the loft, and proceeded to hang his victim thereon. tie placed the strap over one of the rounds of the ladder, aud just as he was iu tho act of suspending his victim in tne air, air. lUeUiearv s son. who had made his escape, came npon the scene with several other youug boys, and seiz ing tho fiuclioh creature, took him be- xore a justice, from whence he was sent to jail. An Unfaithful Wife. A man iu Wisconsin has applied for a divorce, npon tho ground that his wife had married him under falso pre tenses. Ho says she told him while ho was addressing her that she could hoe an acre of potatoes and split two cords oi. wood Detweeu breakfast and dinner and she had proved herself a fearful fraud, because she could only split half a cord, aud hoe three times across the field. It seems hard that men are con tinually to be made the victims of these designing women. Why will wives trifle in tms manner with tho tenderest affec tion of their husbands ? Why will they shatter their heartstrings ? How much happier would have been the home of ine y lsconsm woman u sue nad emu lated the example of Shoshone snnaws. One of them goes out and digs turnips all day, and then wheels them home at night iu a cart, while her self-sacrificing husband, in the depth of his unspeaka ble love, sits on the front doorsteps smoKing ijong uacK tobacco and medi tatiug upon the number of drinks of pyrotechnical rum he can put in h s jug with tho money he gets when he sells that squaw. True , love is hopeful of the future. always The Consumption of Lead. . " The United States consumes 60,000 tons of lead a year. Wo last year imr ported 7,000 tons of lead; producing at tho same time 53,000 tons. Two countries only, bpam and Great Britain, are producing more lead than the United States. It would only require a slight increase of lead to (rive ns a sur plus for export ; nor can any limit be placed on future production. We do not need any protection. Lead can be produced in this country as cheaply.as auy other. Lead has become an inci dent of silver mining everywhere west of the Rocky mountains. Argentiferous galena is found everywhere. A few years ago the miner did not know what to do with this base metal. Now he wantn nothing better than to find that his silver mine is carrying a large pro portion of lead. The day is not far distant when 50,000 tons of lead will be annually shipped from the port of San rrancisoo to Europe. Lead will be parted from the silver and both products wui oo sont in tne market. The con sumption of lead iu the civilized world is enormous, and it is increasing rapidlv, The cheaper it becomes the more general win do its use. . Chapped hands, face, pimples, rinc worm, ealtrhenm, and other cutaneous affeo tions cured, and rough akin made soft and smooth, by using Junipkb Tab Soap. Be care ful to cet only that made by CaswbU, Hazard 4 Co., New York, as there are many imitations naue witn common tar, all of whioh are worth- leaav com. Lnng fever, common cold, catarrhal fever and nasal discharge of a brownish color in nores, may De obecked at onoe bv liberal use or tsntnaan t uavalry Condition Pouder$. The fact that the proprietors of San ford'a Badioal Cure for Catarrh are permitted to refer to so well known and resoeoted a gen tleman aa Henry Wtlls.E q., of Wells, Fargo uu. Mprcwa, muss weign ceavuy in us favor. Millions of hotting of Bttbnett'b Oo ooAim have been s'd du.iug the U,t Ueuly years, and the publio have rendered the verdict hat it ia the beat hair dressing in the world. Dr. Wlsfar'g Balsam of Wild Cherry. The standard remrdv for thaenre Ot oorlgtia, eolcK ltifl'ierjaa, brouohitls, hnaraenoDS, astit. ma, whoop'iig connh.oronp, sore throat, diph theria, diflioiiltvof breathing, qninay, phthisic, pain in the aide and breast, npitfinR of blood, liver complaint, bleeding of the Innga, and i diseases of the throat, lungs, and oh owl, lt eluding even onnsnmption. It Fetna IViffdlJ Doceesary to dilate at Isugth npjn the virtu, of Hi is favorite remedy for all disease of to longs, throat aud chest. It was introdnoed to the publio by Dr. Wister nearly half a century ainoe, and by the. wonderful Aire which It performed, gained an immediate and enviable reputation, whioh la this day il bas fully sus tained. From the gu'f of the 8t. Lawrence to the shores of th Paoiflo. and ia many coun tries abioad, there are few villages or hamlotn without " living testimonials'' to the rapidity and oertainty of its curative effects. The pro prietors, mindful of their responsibility to tho afflioted, exercise the utmost care in the selec tion and compounding of the various ingre dients of whioh the Balsam ia composed ( and the aiok are assured that the high standard of excellence on which its popularity la baaed will always be maintained. , Beth W. Fowxk & Boss, proprietors, Boston. Consumption Cored. ; An old phyaioian, retired from active prao tlce, having had placed in his hands by an East India mirsionaty the formula of a simple vogeiauio renieay, lor tne speedy ana per-, msnenc cure of consumption, bronchitis, oatarrh, aathma, and all throat and lung affec tions, aifo a positive ana radical cure rcr nervous deb litv and all nervous oomDlairts. after having thoroughly tested its wonderful onrative ponere in thousands of oases, fnels it nis amy 10 disho u anown to ms snnertng felloxs. Actuated by this motive, and a con scientious dr-Pire to relieve human suffering, lie will send (free of chnre) to all who decire it, this reoipe, with full directions for prepar ing and successfully using. Bent by return mail by addressing with stamp, naminar thin Saper, Dr. W. O. Bievens, 120 Powers' lilcik, ochoetor, N. Y. , , i 1 i The Grand Central Hoxin, New York, baa reduced prices to suit the times. The traveler can no? stop at a mat-class hotel for S2.50 to 13 per diy. This is tho largest hotel in Ibooity, and Mr. Powers has taken the proper stop to keep it full. We recommend the tiaveliug publio to give the Grand Central a trial. Tho family provided with Glenn's SuLrcit Soap need have no foar, if it is used freely, of ealtrheum, soald head, ring worm, itch or any other of those annoying and dis figuring eruptions, which children are so apt to contract at school. Depot, Crittouton's, No. 7 Sixth avenue, New York. Perfect blacks and snlendid browus are created by Hill's Hair Dye. Tho. season for couehs and colds is rnpi ily approaching, and every one ehould be prepaid! to eliock the Bret symptoms, as a counh cnnlriici.t'd between now and Christmas frequently lasts all winter. There is no better remedy 'than Jahnmn's Anodgne Liniment. For alll'diseases of the throat and lungs it should tin uf fd internally aud externally. Fortunes ron Ali,. Asrenta wanted. Address iiuliion Mining Co., 178 Broadway;N.I. INVALID PENSIIIVH IVrRI'lO'li By rcei,t lw. I'.ilrnla, Trills .narks, etu. llow to obtal.i ihem. Wrlls Uenl. L. BINGHAM A CO.. Atti' ' " v. .11 ...... , & a. ou.., uauu HUB., t MU1UBLUQ, i'. Kj, The JBariretj rt-l.. SO. -.4 , EcorOattls Prima to Extra BcU tt-rumon to Good Texan.. &U?b.Cows........ ................ ,60 ElOfK Live...... ............. ...... T . 1M ' 1 81. U 70 '1 i oas. Uiaassd... Ehesii. ... Laoii-s I...., tt'Hff. OS o. oi 6V I 17 itmon aiiaaung Jflour Extra.Weatern MX Jiv; f,5 a j7 State Extra Whsat Bed Wsst?rn.. TOO M 7 L l 1 58 1.2-lf 12" pi .T. no. a bprins.., Eye Mta: ....... ....... , e. no 85 ft ! . re v.3). if , t'J A !'l to a ej o a uat :. state.. U&rlc-7 Man.. Oata Mis&l Wcistom ..... . .-. , Oorn lilxej Wcatrrn. rsr evi Straw, porct..... 0P: 70s 836.7., -73i rdrs--jnflK? ......17 10 17 TO Uiru.. Utah- Machoiol So. 1, oos 17 1 1 aao-o ko. x, nsw. .... ..... D'.-Csi, pit ovt I?4-rrmr. .calei. per fcoj. , . . 8 (W ,vs 9 03, 22 S S. 16 C, .V i-stti'lonui Orcle... 18 wool tiRiifornla Fleeo. Texas - AUstrali&n in 88 H t3 41 '1 SO Bottsr Stat......... . Western Dtlr..., Wmtern r.lliiw... Woalern Ordinsrv S3 it 08 , 05 OA 18 7 " . 3 Uhtw State Factory Western Xggt SLits noprixo.. ; flour Wioit No. 1 Hi.tiii::,.., 8 23 . 9 g 1 A 4 '4 75 ft MX H.J 70 Oo.t Idixed. ,. 11 9i SI 91 D:.i... , Ky KTiey..... , ,t iin..niu.'ruiA, lierf Cattle E-stra 1-3V4 Oi 4 (I 0j , 181 .X 67 A ShCl'p Hcfra Eire.'.--: J..., Flfjcr Pen I vani. Ejtra., '8J 8 00 1 DO 73 f8 Com Vellow .YTII"il. . ( 8 su Oats Mixad Prttmlnum (Irnds 16XS 8 14 Itsfind, 28 8?S H liny to Aku. Sample trea. H. Albert, Hostun, M. CS."l"r A II A V to Amenta. SarnnU fr. C 'J Ca alogue. U I'LKTOHKK. ( I Day Si ftg-paae . i . Afl-VNTT"? 'OI'K- i0." Ohroraos FK EE. Ff rVfll VCC",llol"l', 'll"!l in.Cat.fr IklvLILlE WESTKBH tiUS Wl)HK8,UlllcWO,III. (J5"l l Day. Kmpln,n;eiit for all. Ohnmo Novlly QM.r CutaioK'iH lr. lltun dUo.,lliWa.aaL.N.y POSTR AITS, CtC, frswit lir ir.rblB.ry. A.psr.toi t. BkU tflc. ip.ll w.MUii. Smltlni.ps Mrf Co., hiille., 1,. $2 j !."! IT KSKR. -Meet Onaoee Vol Wrlt.i atOoce. 0('l.I.Ii;S i (Ah. I C'llnmn I'lec V.Y. A3TTT1VTA Taaonlfaora-rsmedr. T.tnl package -a IXitlXl. y-r. luSMligKlGjrr. Ulwoland. . ftKfi 9 a Week to AMnta. rJaroplea KKEK. OOOP $i 4 p. p. VlQKF:Hy,Au.-o. Maine. 9( WoeK tsry auraaUM-d to mulct female. (SetiJ ' stamp lor ulroqlar. K.. M. Hmllpe.lnrtlaiap'a.lnil. fV ' t,J',rt- ''"nrerrl Oraiwloea. Addraea 4i , .MK8 THORP. Boa 481. Vlnelaad. N. J WAJf Kioelalor M'l'a Co.. 161 Ulob. Ar.. CUlcmto. AOKNTS wapted, on salary sr eommlaal n. New bnal. .. Adreee J. B. .Uebet 4 Oo . St. Loata, Mo. 1 OO A l.-e" Not-rliloa. Trlrkx, tinnira J-"'" Popular Kio8, -lo. Send alamp, for Uata loa-ne. Apuab 4 Oo., Box 47-49, Poatoffic. NewTork. WANTKD-Agenta can e'lljmali$10 oerdayielllns our new .nlole. Anoly i.rly to. uholoe territory. The LI p rrer and Asrue On., 148 Broadway. New York. i ?.1 i K? . Jial"uea free by mall. BlIOifcY A- t.tl . 33 F.nat 14th Street. New York. SO Eft A io' on 111. Ageuta wanted. 3B he aell article Iu thB world. One aampk) true . rnuin'ifl. jJeUull.-Mloh. ss a-la liyone Agent laar dam. IS new ciiniim irt-o. A'lilrttu, , '. St. LIXlKGTIIX.I'kl.... $80 A ItlONTIl, hotel end tratelloc eipenee Pit for miiI-i,iuii. NopeddilDC Address WowiToa MAWi'r'o 0i., Olnoinnstt, Ohio. WIND jHIIjl.H for Pumping and Running Machinery. WINDMItJ, OU Klba, N. Y. $3 W ill HK(. A . UrbAt Senaatluc. SwnpU hatch auti OutAt fret to Atfcntt. Better taao Gold. AddraW A.OOULTKHsfc 0..Ju.cayo. MONEY sS rapidly wltb HtenoU and KeyObeck ta. Catalovue and ammnlea tl!KK. opencef,S47 Wash. St .Boeton.Mass opium UABIT UURI AT, UUMt. No pabllotty. Tin aboit. Trirmi moderate. I.ikhi tMtimn. Biabj. rteaorlbe oaaa, J-)r. F. R. Mabbh. Waltit. Minn 1041000B IbTeited In Wall bt Htouk make iuum every monto. uook eeac Idrets BSXTKR OO . Bankers, IT Wall St-.N. Y. expieuung TeryuiinaT. WA aBWcaOo aslaemen ; hotel and trarel- In expenaee paid by Oonipany. A rare ebanee for permanent employment. Address 1 ulou Iodualrlul M orks.l'luo.unutl.Olilo. T fmr Ty peandMateriaU lower than er UVrUXVi bond I Oo. f or 1 1, etrated O&Lalojnie. NATIONAL TYPK OO., B Ho. am St., rnna., fa. The New Work. Indlapen-sble to F. A. M. Sells at Slant, atxcnaive tam'Ors arlvea. Beoa for Deserlpll. e OaUloKne. Rrfllna- a Oo . Pubs. tUndajtdMaaooloWoyks.T31 Broadeay.N. Y. k liKNTH.-Twenty Ball Monnted nhromoe for i a. r I . v aaanpiee, postpaia. icoe. otretctiea i 'U-o sane, all etaee, at low prices. Oataloinie in. (lOHTl. MTi(.uauum, nasaaa ttirobt, new yoik. LOVERS' Ottlde to muriaffa, wealth, and beauty, never fu.P, lore Ifttwra, wladom, etc Book worth lioij now uaOeu fiee by TBI Umiom kv. Co., Newark N. J MERIDEN CUTLERY CO. 1 ' Received the HICHEST .1 Ti Tim Fahk ItobT h Hakdu Tabu Earn. makttf Ar.TTmr. ai t. uiisms OF Oel.ulnld Kolf ill nirwt rtnrahtW tl T?iriC If 4fX. tr.,lMlA makari tit Mi at 1 a T1 NT lfkl V If M AlwAvollflw"'rrdMh," MKRIOKtf CUTLERY fra mmr SPktB Farm HwM.rMrflii'iirBof Blood. g T m I nUJU1 C)rtttl,ES',lAp,Hoirfl,PoQltTT,f.tfnr tjC-W r-rT'g MUfflpg. N. P,.ttoTB. Hftrkb'p.PaV a1- fymm w flnbd ?ft eent to aeorm Barn plea ftad I U y. Agebov of pi iiu'v 3 J-Pg AJiuaoao. I ; PR 4 rr BROS., Marlboro1, Mr. f1pS25i i. menrlh tent p itpnid lor 85o. llliulr. vn. ririnraj mun vnrpmn l Sfm, iu wav iQ OUTFIT FHRR TO AUFNTN, mMMid JfO Wftmn. Article pnnnmm a a;rat oHhttb for botb -t . 0 (tolls at tht tn Trr fnjtnw lio tori knot, PoiKNTTFin novelty Co., O Ator riaoa. New York. AGENTS tS I wnntthA boat MtHnir artleM B world anil a oUd rold patent wmtob, fra of oost, writ at -w to J. BRIIK OO. 78ft Broadway, If. Y, NO Ws win start res hi a boalnsM ton Bints 9'VI a wMk wttbont wpltal, i an T. ri and n.pnotab! for lthr ss. AoasTS 'miNriX Bupput Oo.. gft I B-msry. W. Y. $00 A AVEEK KirW: that will hrlne ynti !"40 a month at horns 1a oi n't it INVWNTOHS' I'NION, 7 3 uraimwlon mrpcr., new inn PAHt.Wt JA:HJf--I,ninichT. ot Wiii 'of lVft-.l. nnl&!lv anknowldHl to hs thn Rftt gum r pub!l.h-d. Kr atis bj All flsnlrs. uonfl df mall on ri-lt of AO nti. Cl.-on'.ra frss. Pub- IMD(1 ' y p . A . wmun l . n'no'nn&ti, unio. FARMERS: or their ioni wintrd thli fkil and iw1ntr. 1 1 or 2 in each Co.l to Mil atwitnnle artirlfi o1 ril merit to Tin i intvr hi t tirtr own ouunn,i lliufl-fM plrMNw, pru litn K(rl. I'urlirulRrn i'rtp. J. W out II. t. Louis, Mo. GO SOOTH! 3i RAP IIOMEM Rfl'ffthle In formation u to h it looatlona Rend It) fnr .toM'Wn HrrnM Adritvus OA1NBS afc YlVfiMWO w 0 AtT now, firm Tort pity. HM 4 d Thn oholfwsrt- in thn worM TmDortfta I I J : r frHow- Lnncwwt Company In Amsrlcn ftf tl article TWfw Tprybrw,T Trade onMnaalrr In ort -Mine-"" A?rita wfintorf vorvwbrfl bw?t ladaoementa rf'i wMl"tri-nra Tor Ulrcnlnrtn m !- WKLM. 41 VsnT8t N. Y. P. O. Bo DN. M w. PITCH' FOIIXY PHVtCM, Ntiinnl ( nm. Is nor Cnv-pr. 10 rent, Kntiiifi in ( -loth. iih iiinwtmtinna. l "ft, 83 crt bv mnlU Adclrrna lo 714 ;rnnfiwn"t few itoru. ANV PKHaONof oidlnarv IniAllLirannn can Mrn ft liv ing hjr cAuva'tilnir for Th IllnBtratod Weekly. Fiperi ence ti not nece"ar only Tqrj!ntt bflnir, in all anccpieful hnalne'S. Itd'wt y and ftn. Send for nnr He ulan. ('tin.! I it can A' t 14 h irrm St., iv. I . PATENTS PROCURED. TOT All COST 035. K-n-1 for Olrfml.rBto K fflGIIT & K SIGHT, Washington.D.C. (CO fA R I for n mwrl Vttmm, mwDU Dr. .). P. Fitlmk. bi-lTtaraworn.iari: I Brad BMi d in Ifitt, itpjMtatod to ProftMor'l ihalr ltVi ibt 4tua jaut, iiu.lTtly, t Kri)Taktlita, 'imifla, iwnt, untraM utnvini iiwii.' IR. mi BHU RHEUMATIC REMEDY, IMh; Cr4l4L i rt I'U pmu)ri iir, or will t-fuad moaT. PasaphltM, Ba it tu MHinl Orlra asrrt tT ana.il. flkatla. Ad4rtM DA. FITU J flouil Fourth tirwt. Pailni.lpbH. UBD1C1NM AT DRUUtfHTft iOT lfT?f "HOWKNR'8 PRK8PRVTIVKM JM. 1 laVB. a Kill h e J r-wtwt"tt) tmnt ronnd. A 10 snv ann---i tor ofntn. Ancirei n. u. nuw kkk A CO..'heniata. KfJ Milk Ktraet. H aton. Masa. "Toisd a tt;e worn tiHreollv. Olderoan be made at ntce Hoiiamr 1 tie." tsnnton "'f otobn. A BOOK for the MILLION J MFf-SO.AI AnVtrC AWnagf-Fainphtelonepacia (Ja'nrrn, Kti lurr, Oi vnii rwi iV'i oini 1 nrnmc innrmtna, cancer. bit, lc, SKMT FKEE on r :cei. tt uaniti. AirWa. I-r i.Mia');' AGENTS VVANTED FOR THE GREAV ElfTENHIAL HISTORf 1 HflH. fn tnr Ihun Km nthnr hnnk. Ori AMnt. mM t7 orip-e1 lti otH day. Seori fnr oar Aitra terras to Kent. National PnnLinuiNa 0-., Philadelphia, Pa. r HO, F6F06WAU 1 rarmeri, re at era ana nirod men or Ainefloa A ohoto 'Tnni l,2(1n(Kl aftrM of th bwrt lands p Iowa on R. R. tairn-p. at Hn .and J4fi ntr mm ' RnA m f.:ijtfl c d f ir o.ir map and tamphlt, oj call on tbe y -i R. H. Land Co., fti Randolph Rt Ohlcrt. or nx rtM .jn-t it w-i; tHW n.'ajHryw. una ump'- It yon -want to do. your own printing, I. ...a., wN m.M.. M'.d Tui . ( itn.l.f. er.n.vaM . F.-c.i. .ii Ujukof Tm A". M4lb..a.'iU. . V ,h -hiti,i.t. iih lMet 'hitil tio'il' eeir-fiil.liiu i.rliitliiw ii.Ma.-B. a'. ..t . t..w K TT .. ( H..I..W; it I . ui...... I I nil... I... , V. IXII I.AIlw. V.ll.. SI5 shot m t-double-harrel gun, par or front action lock. D'arrSnte funuiut twint Imrruls. anJ a ghootr. UK v fcAi.r 1th I'lnsk. I'duch, mid atl-cutUT. t'.r Caul lit i.-ii t,..J. V itli iirivilffu tu rxiiiimiu buluri' uiPK iiili.-Si-ii TaK. MANN ITTKKN tlTP UlHVkMV. nntn.! JLM Onrea, White BwftlHnir, Oontraoted Ltmba, aoo iiud rwi, wiiooni OQttiDg cord a or any tnrKloal opera tion, or n hour's oonfincmenr to bed. and moetlv artth. cut pain. F.ipniTe Snpporinra entire ydioardod. Nc eonT-K" iwrariyiDinir nca in to cur. 'I hlrty tlx rT emHrl.nye. Rnccptlona fornoona. at 124 8. fttb St.. Fhiludeiphta. Tncdar and Wednesday No. 1 Wmi 4 let Nt..Nw Vork, S mdny ; J u2 Waahtriffton St.. Boston, Tboriday and Kndan .Tnnd for Utroojar. Potter's American Monthly, 50, ILI.UBTBATED J Beit Family Maffuslne In the Uount'-v. i ear for $13; 10 uoplea for $35 ; 20 onple for WM; andaooDT of Potlt-r'.. Hlhl 9 ror wr, ooopieaon Bubsorlbera for KnOCotiR. auartK B.(MM) lllnaira tioos.tirice.Mjt.i.Klvun to tbe person send-Ina-thlauiab Kor -ale at all News bU ids, at 2,j oente a nnmbe'. Kpeol&l Terma tc u. roiTEi t uo., rniia., ra. The Kc TruM wlthon Met&l Snrlncra nrar Invnntft.- No hniubna claim of a er at radioa cure, but a -durante oi a oomfurtdbi , geouro, anu aatlafaotorv appliance Ht vitl take itaek and pay full nxlna fnr nil ' rwf nn nf am.it I.. .IU Ike out. 9ik: for both .dea. Kent b mall, iwiat. niu, if il icuoi ui raawsB, i. a. l ft sw j r te-oav wilt cure mora Runturei than auu of thasn fnr vhirh ertravannnt ctaiiHi arc it.ad. Uiroulara free. POMEROY TFITbb uu., n tsroaaway. fevt xora. FOITK DIUNTIIM on Trial for 25 CENTK We will aend the Great " Hard Timea" Paper, tne CRICKET ON THE HEARTH froor montua on trial tor only SJ. centa. A mam mot t lt-pfte lliuetrated paper (size of HarpeiU Wetkly), voi-a co ij.ierttumi. ttomance, ueeini nuowie lr , Ainaseinent, etc., etc. rlbe beat, oheaneet. end moa Dooulir D&oer nubilbbed. Odd doilur nir vear. with ohoice of iLree p emlama, or ceute without preml- nioaiud- trial, to t. m. LUl'l'Urt k OO., abUabers, inuiui v'Wj ' syi r- in ltduu trM vsw ao l ui lull I a t rrit now, nuw tors. WHATm aumu-iou prevail In Every Household Should Keep hand la a rentdy to on re without oall iit mil (trevMil In alniiat evnrv famllv. AI.I.KN'K ia aootor.- uouu. uotuiia ana ton- .4i NVI wia cme tue oolda and ooo4rb ana prevent DUDsuuiuoa. AM AN KXl'M MUMNTIT HAH NOEtlUAl. ii in naruiukM ip me 11101 ueiiraie em id. lc no:lnine 10 llnluiu la Anv Form. Dlrectloua noumoaas each botlle. dnufglati and medicii e dealera. n ia aoia Dy ati in en 1 Ms-outfits keadv.-tue CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION DHCUllitJJ AM) 1 UL L? T 1 1 A TK U . A rrapblo pen-nlotare ot lt history, arrand buUdlnc, wunurriui eia.ous, corinsixies, jrreai a a; a, ew. rro liialv llluaaf 1 1 led, thotuhyhly popular, nd vury oheap. Mwtt imineoaely. 3,0(M Aeuta wanted, bend for full uartloulara. Ti la will be the ehanoe cf I HO years to coin money fast. Oefc tbe only reliable history. HUBBARD BROS., Pons., 733 Sauarm Htrfet, PhUsUlniphia, Fa., or tiprtntrneld, Maaa. f! TTTTriXr Be not deceived bv premaUire Ivwks. wilU IXUil awumlng to be "oflf. iat.M and telling wnmx win nawpee im u(un uo wcwigHiPBr. . NKW WIXXCOX tfr GIBBS AIYIHAYII Latest Iuveutlon, and producing moat MarvelotlS . Keaoita. Only machine ia (at vjorid wltb Automatic Tension and HtltcH Indicator. TredtMsrklabaae - - ' eta-rarymacblna. SILENT SEWING MACHINE. ' Send Pa uil Card for Illuatrateil Price List, Ac. Wi;,lcox & Gibbs S. M. Co., (Cor. Bond Bt.) 6S8 Broadway, New York. Wster's Diciflaiy; - 111)00 Ennravlnna. tfUd Punea flusHA . kUOO Eagravinpa. 1S40 Paoea Ouarto. FOUR PACES COLORED PLATES. una runny or ehUdren harm, wibbtkb's Una- UIUUED, and using it freely, and another not having it, tue fitsl will become muoh the most Intelligent men ana Wuinen. Aak lour tuaohMr or mlniatAr it 111. nntu il.Mi. nny lue Dr.t a , and tiae, and nrge Its use, freely. PabUstedbyG.eiC.KRiXatiuniiaflald. J877. CENTENNIAL PRIZE. A r P Al ITI CD j ! , r UO." on tba blftd. wmnfMMnioinoFuir. I HONEY OF HOREHOUND AKD TAR - FOR THE CUHE OF Oonglu, OoHs, Inflaonza, Hoarseness, Dil5co.lt Breathing, and ail Alloctions oi ins inroat, Bronchial Tubes, and Lnnga, leaaing to Consnmntion, T1; inTnlUlili? rnmetlv is comnosed of tlie . Honey of the plant Horchountl, in chemical union with l ar-isai.m, cxirncicu umu Life Princitle of the forest tree Aueis Balsamf.a, or Balm -of Gileacl. Th Hnnev of Horehoiind SOOTHES AND SCATTERS all irritations and inflnnimatinns, and the Tar-balm cleanses ami heats the throat and air passages leading to the lungs. Five additional Ingredients heep the organs cool, moist, and in healthful action. Let no pre judice keep you from trying this great medi cine ot a famous ooctor wno nas sara umu- sands of lives by it in Ins large private practice. N.'B. The Tar'lSalm lias no bad TAbiK or smell. TRICES 50 CENTS AND"$1 TER BOTTLE. Great saving to hny lnrge size. "Pike's Tootlinclic Drops" Cure ' ' in 1 Minute. Sold by all Druggists. 0. II 0EITTENT0N. Prop., N.Y. EUPEON! ycu haQ RUeumUsku- Headncbe, a Burn, or a, Bruise, procure i bottle:of Eupdofi. T will 6ive instant relief ap tbouaauda can testify. For Kile by all Druggists, H. A. HURLBUT & CO- 75 and 77 Randolph Street Ch i on go, Agents for the Propiitetora. . ,7;-' Tarranti Seltzer Aperient lr,T,, aflki tbn putferfiF i-oii a,i. i I a i it's V?&mf. It will rfinotn from h" vatnni thf aotlv inan ot tiir.at of V.m dtna; thM 11 -h 1 bfr to It voa't mend a tirretr limb, nor i.n a nuii-i noi-;tnc it ifiav ba nroflf&biv naed In (otnaobi'j dl;fniw It m 111 L o op. oatr an bann aw! rciny do inuou Rood. Try - ina ao ii it tron'fc unit root ca-e. f'm nOLfi,' BY AM, DRUOOTSTH. THKF.R OENTF.NNTAI, VKDAI H AND THREE HUBUKABliK MKHTlONH Ann ulVEDI IU Boynton's Furnaces-- (Out or Plate Iron). ' Especially adap. d t. b. ailuK ' DWK.LI.I NGS.CHURi HI KS, SCHOOLS, FTO. HOST FOWKRFUI. AND UOKAHLK KURNAOB NOLO UVKK 'O.tlOll IN USF. BOYNTOa'" IH7 KMA I IIUUE HUE Pl.al'E IlKATHt. RxtremeW DOweiful In hallutf. AtiiaotlTA. hrllllant durable, ecooomtoel. BOYNTIIN'M "Tlie" Opi-n-Hrnle (Move. The moat attractive library stoTd evr made. Hena lor oirculara. Ksllma'.ea given tor heauns. oor roapot denoi. an lo.ted. KiutiAKUbon iioYNTUN uu., at anuiaotmen. No. 8834 Wair Mtreet, Kew York. Highest Honors CENTENNIAL! MASON & HAMLIN . Cabinet Organs Unanimously Assigned the "FIRST PNK IN TI1K SEVERAL REQUISITES" ut sucn instruments I MKDALS OV KyUAL AIKRIT Itave brrm avardtd all article dcemse? vorthy rf rfMfni'iant so that It will be easy for n any makers to advertise tbat ibey bare ra- seWed " hlabest medals." It Is by tbe JUDO ECS' RE PORTS. ONLY, tbat oompuln art olea are assigned tbelr comparative rank In ezoellenoe. From theaa reports tbe followtnar Ik an extract: 'TUR MASON HAMLIN ORGAN OO.'S exhibit of Reed Oraans and Harmoniums tbows lostromenta of the H"T UK IX THE NKVHUAI, HE. QUISITI-8 OK IMeTltU.WE.iT OK THB riA 1 viz 1 Smootboesa and equal disirlbatlon of toaei aoota of eapresllon, reaonanovand atosina quality, freedom and qulokneaa la action of ksysand bellowa, with thoroughness of workmausblu, oomblried with slmpllolt of aotloo. iSigtud by all (A Judget.) Th 31 A SON A BAM US ORGANS art thus declared to RANK FIRST, not in one or two rttpteU only, but in ALL the IMPOR TANT QUALITIES of tuch instrument ; and they ore One ONLYorgam atnigned this rank. " Thfa arlnmnh wsa Bet nweTiMMir.ii . in tvm u a. Hamlin Oablnet Oraans bare uniformly been awarded tbe highest honor. In competitions In Amerloa, there baring been rearcalv ail exception. In hundreda of enni petlllina. They wera . awarrted HIGHEST HONORS and Bret medelaPARlH.lfW7! VlnHhl laa. fi.aj. TIAOO.1875; FHILADKLr-HLA. 1878: and nan u,-. been awarded highest honors St -very World's ElDosl. tlon at which thn. have hMn . hll.lt A . . - -1- I Americas orgaoa which have ever obe'ned any award at any competition wltn best Rnn.peaa uiakera, or Iu Jaiitt ew Aeiefee al Maanar HaMLlw 0:tOAaT; do not laics any atkrr. XmIts often recommend inferior oraant heoauee they art paid larger eoatatiMieas for s Hint them. NKW STYLK8, with KXTKNOED TOPS, very elerant, and other Improvementa, axhlulted at the OKNTEANIAL; elegant new caee In great variety. Prices nty loteent eousistent with bsMt material and workmansbto. Organs anld for onsh or lnslallmenta or rented until rent pays. Meery Organ warranted to giro entire eatief action to eeery reaeo-abl purckteer or TBI M..aT aaruaaxD. lLLUbTstATaD OATALOOUH.S aent free. - . - . -1 MASON HAMLIN ORGAN 00.-154 Tremonk Bwt. Kosto.; M U. loo Baua.N. Yiri, 80 Td b 4 Adama Street. Obioairo " n y n u No. 44 WHEN WU1TINQ TO ADVEHT.KP1 pies auv that fan saw tut, slv- g-J